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SICK FOR MORE THAN TWO YEARS. .After an illness of more than two years, Hattie, the beloved wife of Mr. Walker Bryant, on last Friday afternoon peacefully crossed over the dark river of Death. years The deceased was thirty-on- e old, and had been a consistent memFirst additional 11 Katie Murrell, Nann Allen, Banks ber of the Baptist church since early lbs. Alice Walker. Messrs. Jas. Garnett, Due from approved reserve lb. lb. girlhood. agents 27 107 77 .Rural route and Fred Hill, Ewing Stults, Oscar She became a resident of Columbia Checks and other cash items.... 407 G2 .15 .01 city delivery .05 Tim Cravens, Robt. Todd,Oris ten or twelve years ago, and from the Notes of other National Banks 970 00 .35 .0:5 zone .05 Hamilton. John Flowers aud Ivan beginning her gentle, womanly charac- Fractional paper currency, nick- j .46 McDougle. zone .00 M els, and cents. ,T 316 09 ter surrounded her with many warm, Lawful money reserved in bank, e .57 .07 zone .05 Last Thuftday.near Lula, in true friends. "While her death was via: Specie James Garnett, Attorney General of Bottom, Russell county, a manSmith's e 9 230 25 .08 zone .08 .00 Will Come to Louisville. named notes not unexpected, it brought sorrow to Kentucky, came down from Frankfort Thurston and a 1500 10 730 25 e .79 .07 zone .09 man named Brown Redemption fund with U. S. many who loved her association, and to Louisville last night to attend the got into a dilliculty 1.00 zone .10 .00 and Brown stabTreasurer (5 per cent, of cir who deeply feel for the husband and Eld. M. F. Haunon, who was born State Fair, ne is accompanied by bed Thurston. They separated, 1.11 culation) zone .11 .10 1250 00 1,800-mil- e and the five children, four daughters and Judge Garnett says Thurston made his way to Brown's 1.32 and reared in Adair county, aud who Mrs. Garnett. Over 1,800 miles. 12 .12 Total 215 022 98 one son. The Postmaster General may make graduated from the Columbia Chris- that the reports from Adair, hishome house, secured the latter's gun and reLast year her husband conceived the LIABILITIES. provision for indemnity, insurance tian College during its existence, has count', and those surrounding, get turned to the field where Brown was 25 000 00 idea that the mountains of Tenneseee Capital stock paid in and collection on deliver', with addi- made for himself a wide reputation as better all the time and the Demo at work, shot and tilled him. It is 20 500 00 would prove beneficial to her wasting Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses tional charges for service, and may, a minister and pulpit orator. For a cratic presidential ticket is sure to our understanding that Thurston was. constitution, and he carried her to profit and taxes paid 84 32 with the consent of the Inter number of years lie has preached for now by the trend. Judge Garnett is arrested. county, Tenn.f placed National Bank notes outstanding Cumberland much interested in two hobbies, 25 000 00 state Commerce Commission af- several different churches in the South, her in charge of a physician and Due to other National Banks and last week he resigned the pas- good roads and the commission form rates, modify ter investigation, to Valuable Land For kle. nurse. She remained several months, , DueandState and Private Banks weights and zone distances, when ex- torate of the Second Christian Church, of government for the various count57 51 Bankers manifestly without improving, and Dividends unpaid Jackson, Miss , to become the pastor ties. He says the State is ripe for perience has demonstrated the need she was returned home and soon there- Individual deposits subject to of the Third Christian Church, Louis- both and the people are taking a deep therefor. check I have 1(S acres of good land, in 141 335 90 after took her bed. During her long ville, Ky. He is due to be at the last interest in these propositions. Lou Postal Savings Deposits 35 19 three tracts which I will sell private Times. illness she received the closest attennamed charge the 19th of this month, More Autombiies ly at a bargaiu. Two tracts are in tion night and das'. She was a vic- Total daughter, Miss Hattie, will spend His 15 022 9S Green county, near the Adair line, one Happily Entertained. tim of pulmonary trouble, an incura- State op Kkntockv, winter in Tallahassie, Florida, Mr. J. B. Barbee, the proprietor of the in Adair near the Green countv line. ble malady; aud as she was ready to County of Adair and his son, Frank, the Columbia and Campbellsvilie sylvania University, will enter TranGood dwelling on one tract, and I am Savior, it should be a commeet her Lexington, Ky. The following young ladies were en- using all three tracts as one I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above Stage for a quickfarm. fort to the loved ones she left, to named bank, do solemnly bwear that the above er wayLine, has arranged passengers to tertained Tuesday by Mrs. B. E.Rowe Will sell any one, or all three of the of transporting Died in California. is beyond the reach of statement is true to the best of my knowledge know that she at her beautiful country home, in tracts. lie visited an E. H. HucttES. Cashier. and from Columbia. bodily affliction in the celestial home and belief. honor of Mrs. P. A. Strange and Miss Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 9tb automobile factory at Maron, Ind., Dr.. J. J. Booker.j beyond the skies.. A letter from Mr. II. C.Walker, Ruth nensley, of Jacksboro, day of Sept. 1912. Texas. last week and contracted for two Bradfordsville, Miami, Ky. May the Giver of all that is good to his sisters, Mrs. , G. P. Smythe. N. P. A. C large cars, Mesdames Chas. Barnett, Leo Bal each having a seating ca- Emily Burton Commission Expires, Jan. 24, 1914. comfort the remaining members of the and Mrs. Mary Cald- dauf, Eros Barger, Rob. Reed, Bruce pacity of eighteen, baggage included. We received last week an obituary family in this the greatest of all soCorrect Attest: well, this place, states that Mr. C. C. Montgomery, P, A.Strange, Josephine Mr. Jo Hurt, who has been connected Henry n. Miller Director. rrowsthe loss of a devoted wife and Turk, who was a native of Adair Rowe, Misses Jennye McFarland.Alice written on the death of a little child. with this factory for several years, county, John D. Lowe, Director dear mother. had recently died in Califor- Walker, Madge Rosentield. Lucile The writers signed, Ertie and Laura." was with Mr. Barbee when the J. F. Montgomery. Director. The funeral services were conductnia. Mr. county about Shannon, Ruth Ilensley, Nairn Allen, We could not tell from the given machines were pnrchased. They will thirty-liv- e Turk left this names the authors of the article, ed at the residence Saturday morning years ago,goingto Missouri. Katie Murrell were present Sudden Death at Glenyille. arrive here within thirty days from hence it. wa3 declined. We will nob 9 o'clock by her pastor, D. II. IIow-ertoat After living in that State the time they there bought and will year he went to California several A Most bountiful dinner was served publish artiches unless the full name many friends being present. To our aud a delightful day spent be placed on the pike. This is an exof the authors are signed. We want The interment was in the city cemknowledge he leaves two brothers, Dr. The residents of Glenville were tra good car, guaranteed to give entire Jas. G. Turk, of Missouri, and Mr. name for our protection, nob for etery. greatly shocked last Saturday morning There are but few persons in Adair the satisfaction. The two cars cost $4,000. Sam Turk, of Alabama. publication. This makes more than a There were many floral offerings. when the intelligence spread over the The deceased County who are more eomfortably sitdozen times this teruent has been years old. was eighty-od- d community that Mrs. John A. Chapuated than Mr. anil Mrs. M, L. Mitcli-- . made, hence we trust we will not reStrayed, man, who retired in good health the Sudden Death. ell, who live In the suburbs of Colum ceive another unsigned communiw-tion- . evening before, had suddenly died. Terrible Accident. bia. Last Sunday, in company with She awakened about six o'clock, comMr. Geo. Nell, a News man visited Last Sunday afternoon Hay Ifadley, plaining of her stomach, dying before A black sow and two shoats. The" their cozy home and was shown over a boy about nineteen years old, died a doctor could reach her. Mrs. Chap- sow will weigh about 100 pounds, the Irene, a six jear old daughter of Revival Postponed. suddenly near his home, McGaha, this man was a Miss Helm, shoats 50 pounds each. Another Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Conover, met the premises by Mr. Mitchell, ne and was a lady black sow with 5 county. The deceased and four other highly respected in with a fearful accident last Saturday has a splendid orchard, a fine strawthe community sow will weigh 125shoats. This last morning. pounds and the Owing to the improvments now in boys had gone to Sulphur Creek and where she lived Her father was grinding berry bed, an abundance of vegetables, and died. She was were in swimming. Bay was seen by about lifty years old and will be great- shoats about 40 pounds each. All the' cain ana she attempted to pull a stalk and fruits of every variety. This progress on the Presbyterian church his companions to raise up in the ly missed. Every body is in sympathy above stock is marked. The owner from the mill, when her right hand year he grew some very fine pears, but building the revival services advercan have same by paying for the keep- got caught, tearing off all the fingers nob as many as usual. Mrs. Mitchell tised to begin the first of October, will stream and with his hands wipe the with the husband and the other survi- ing, and for this notice. has plenty of chickens, and one of the be postponed until Nov. 3rd, 11) 12. The water from his face. but the thumb and little finger. ving members of the family. Burton Yates. Immediately after drying his face he i The suffering of the little gill was finest cows in the county. Mr. Mitch- pastor will use the October date at Near Zion Church. almost, unbarable, and it was a trying ell takes great pride m his hogs, the Edmonton, the Rev. R. W. Lewis asfell backward, and when his companAn article that has real meritshould ordeal on the ions reached him he was dead. He parents, who were finest of breed. The dwelling is very sisting. Mis Elizabeth Holladay of in time become popular. That such A Call was a son of John Hadley, and his degreatly distressed on account of the elegantly furnished. In fact it is this place, will have the music. The from Winchester. is the case with Chamberlain's Cough just the home to make life worth liv- Transylvania Presbytery will meet mise makes tnree sudden deaths in sad affair. Remedy has been attested by' many with the Columbia church, October the family of his parents in the last dealers. Here is one After the hand had been dressed the ing. Rev. J. It. Crawford, pastor of the of them. H. W. IS- - 21. months. patient rested easy. thirteen ITendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind., writes, Presbyterian church, here, has reMr John" McFarland, of Rowena, 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the ceived a call from the Washington returned from the State Fair with his The Hall Mark. Few, if any, medicines, have met Quarterly Meetings 4th Round. best for coughs, colds and croup, and Street Presbyterian Church, Winmind made up to buy an automobile, with the uniform success that is ray bestseller." For sale by Paull chester, Ky. Rev. Prawford has ne informed The News that his wife tended the useef Chamberlain'shas atColic, Drug Co reached no decision, and it is hoped A person may be veneered and pass and daughter, who accompanied him, Cholera and Columbia, Tabor August 1718 Diarrhoea Remedy. The that he will remain the pastor of the for a time, but some expression will were prejudiced against the machine remarkable cures of colic and diarSparksville, Providence Aug. 22 New Livery and Feed Stable. Columbia Church, ne is, however, be used by him that will mark him as until they made the trip to and from rhoea which Renox, Terry's Aug. 2125. it has effected in almost in correspondence with the church at a VULGAISIAN Campbellsville to this place. They every neighborhood have given it. Campbellsville Sept. 1415. a', Winchester, and should he decide to S. S. are now perfectly delighted, and he wide reputation. For sale by Pault Cane Valiey Sept. 1718. W. II. Goil has withdrawn from the leave his charge here, due notice will says he will sure purchase one. and Drug Co. Campbellsville Ct. Sept. 21 22. firm, Goff Bros., and has opened a be given the congregation. Farm for Sale. that at an early da' tirst-claW. F. Hogard. livery and feed stable in the barn known as the Coffey Bros., barn. Died at Fairplay. Closing oat my entire stock of Gene He has all kinds of vehicles, fresh sro- - The Adair County One farm ration miles west of Russell Judge J. C. Carter arrived from Tompkinsville in due time, and about nig norses una saie anvers. a eeu in Meeting of the Christian Church will Springs, containing 80 acres all under eral Merchandise at reduced prices fOr Mrs. Antha Loy, wife of Alviu Loy, When in Columbia, ask convene with the church at Cane fenec, GO acres in high state of culti- cash. Call and buy and save money. died in the Fairplay country 10 o'clock Monday morning he conven- abundance. last SatValley, beginning on Friday evening vation and 20 acres in timber, well 46-urday night. She was about twenty-fiv- e ed court, perfecting an organization for his stable. Henry Ingram. before phe first Sunday in October,I912. watered and good house and outbuildiby the noon hour. He gave the grand years old and was a victim of conMr. X. W. Scott, of Ruby, thiscouu- - The program will appear in the News ngs. Respb.. tiira flo ncnnl incf.rnpr.innc nnH 5r. iei Mr. Harrison Womack, who was a sumption. A great many friends at. who lost his dwelling by Are iu the next week. A special request is made M. R. Powelk now at work. Mr. Huddleston, the native of Adair county, and who left tended the funeral services which ocon?1 of J"ly' was here lllst '""- - that all the .churches in the county Commonwealth's Attorney, and Mr. curred Snnday afternoon. dai' t0 1Ueefc 'dXl "ISUrailCe adjuster. send delegates and reports. One of The meeting at the Methodist here, withhisfamily, many yea rS"ago, anrnn XTnntrnmrr. Pnnnr.r A rtnr- - ti : died in Kansas Ciy, Mo., a few weeks . -m .. j .'I """" ncy, are looking after the State's in- - iiw piujiciuj wits jusuieu ior si.iuu, our State workers will be there and church closed last Sunday night. The ago. but the house was not quite finished. W. J. Loos of Lebanon, will be with pastor, Rev. J. W. Weldou, reports widow He was 86 years old. His Columbia Lodge, No. 96 Free and terest. and several children survive Accepted Masons, will meet next FriAfter going over the matter Mr. Scott us. tiiab the church has been greatly ben- him. day evening ab 7:30 o'clock. Therer agreed to knock off forty dollars, and efitted, and that he has accomplished A strange disease has struck cattle the adjuster paid S1,0G0. will be work in the third degree and Judge W. Next Sunday will be Rev. J. R all the members and members of sisWe learn from the Glasgow Republi- what he expected at the beginning. in some portions of Adair count', W. Jones represented the claimant There were several professions, their tongues becoming sore and they and Mr. G. P. Smythe is the local can that Mr. E. T. Willis, a former general good feeling pervades and a Crawford's regular day at the Presby- ter lodges are f raterually urged to atthe e terian church, but owing to the fact citizen of Columbia, has just returned refuse to eat. A. D. Todd, who lives agent for the company. R. H. Durham, Master. membership. Love oneanother is that repairs are in progress on the in- tend. from Macon, Ga., where he took a near town, has a number that are a Bible injunction, and such a feeling terior of that building, he will preach Next Thursday evening will be special course in the drug business, afflicted, and we also understand that the Hunters are well aware of the new is now a full Hedged pharmacist,. and must reign if a church succeeds.. at,the 11 a. m. hour at the Baptist regular meeting of Columbia Lodge, Mr. the disease is in the Bliss neighbor- law requiring them to have license, church. In the evening we will fill I O. O. F. Every member is urged Willis has been conducting a drughood. The malady is also raging in a but few remember the clause requir- store at Glasgow for several years. All the ministers of the Louisville the pulpit ab bhe Christian church. to attend. lb is importaut number of other counties in the State. ing that this document must be kept R. G. Reed, N. G. Conference will leive Adair county Everybody is invited to attend these in the poeket while hunting. This the last of the we'ek for Morgantield, services. seems a little unreasonable, but the Improvements on the interior of A large crowd attended the opening Road overseers with hands were busy framersof the law desired to get the the Presbyterian church will com- where the annual conference will conof circuit court Monday, and all classT. W. Wheat sold mule, last week, working the highways, all best results and inserted this provi- mence next week. It will probably vene next week. es of business fairly good during the sion. last Monday, to Geo. Ric- -, for 5125 over the county. Metal is what the require ten or twelve days to do the ay. There were quite a. number of There were live additions to the This colt was awarded the blue at our roads need. Grading without it does work, wmie tne work is m progress! Joules on the markflfc; some changing Having purchased the interest of there will be no services at the church Methodist Church during the meet- last fair. but little good. hands, prices ruling high. ing. In many ways the meeting was Preston Miller, I am now in business a success. Mr. Tilden Wilcoxson sold a mule for myself. I will keep a full line of Mrs. Mattie Naylor. who. wasfch Monday to J. A. Dnlworth for wife of Rollin Naylor, died. In. Texas fresh groceries and invite, my friends ago-- small store house colt. A tew nights N. Mrs. C. M. Russell, who underwent to drop in or call ray phone No., 160. on the Burkcsville road, the store beHowerton delivered a $90. on tne otn ot uus month. She was a slight operation in St. Anthony Prompt delivery. " V ing conducted by Judge Lyrich, was .very interesting aud' able discourse at Miss McCllster and a nieo- - ' ur. Hospital lasL week, will be able to. reA"":j. Miller. An unusually large crowd Iu town bjroken into and bebween twenty-fiv- e the Baptist church last Sunday osicIc f i turn home in a few dajf. ' lust Monday. 45-. , .. . only six days. and ih'my doliarb in. cash stolen. y, Mc-Beat- Mesdames Eros Barger, Rob Heed response to many inquiries for and Miss Alict "Walker delightfully information, Senator entertained a number of their friends Bourne, Jr , chairman of the Senate Thursday afternoon and evening THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at and Post Mrs. Committee on Post-officReed's home, in honor of her AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE Roads, has prepared the following Visitor, Miss Nann Allen, of Chicago, OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE summary of the provisions of the new and other vistors in the town. parcel post law which will become OF BUSINESS SEPT 4, 1912. A delightful salad course was served effective January 1, 1913: RESOURCES. at 6 o'clock and punch and wafers Any article is mailable if not over during the evening,. In all it was a Loans and discounts 10(5 59 02 11 pounds in weight nor more than 72 Overdrafts, secured and unsecurvery enjoyable gathering. 1 555 19 ed inches in length and girth combined, The followering were present: MesU. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 00 nor likely to injure the mails or postal dames Chas. Barnett, Leo Baldauf, Other Bonds to Secure Postal equipment or employes. Savlnss 2 012 Fred Myers, Marvin Young, Bonds, securities, etc s 30 225 93 Flat rate of 1 cent per ounce up to Strange, Bruce Montgomery, Porter WoodHanking: house, furniture, and four ounces, regardless of distance. ruff Flowers, Eros Barger, Rob Reed, fixtures 3 400 Above four ounces, rates are by the Jas. Garnett, Misses Madge Rosen-fielDue from National Bank-- , (not pound or fraction thereof, and varying reserved agents) 5 449 40 Jennye McFarland, Mattie Ellwith distance as follows: Due from State and Private iott, Ethel Crockett, Ruth Milliken, Banks and Bankers, Trust Each Lucile and Bess Shannon. Ruth ITeii-sleCompanies and Savings OF TflE CONDITION OF REPORT 6769. Parcel Post Summary. A Delightful Occasion. Leaves Columbia. Rev. D. II. Howerton, who has been A In Jonathan es d, h, 50-mil- e 150-mi- le the stone pit. Wherever he locates he and his but at in the diamond ring was gone. Greatinteresting little family will have the best wishes of his many Columbia ly distressed, she and her husband commenced a search,and after looking friends. Since writing the above we learn for some time Mr. Ottley noticed shinning that Rev. Howerton will got to Louis- - something he found near the table. Going to it the much valued ville from here and will do work w;JTstone bringing great joy toTT Ottley BantistSflmlnftr during the and will continue to preach for two family. churches in Taylor county. Killing in Russell County. Gen. Garnett Has Hobby. his farewell mon to his congregation in Columbia from her fingers, placing them on a table near the cook room, one of them last Sunday, and in a few days will a valuable diamond which was pre leave to fill another engagement. sented by her husband a.short time Rev. Howerton is a minister, intellectually speaking far above the aver- before her marriage. The meal was age, and his place will not be easily soon prepared and after the dishes-werplaced away, Mrs. Ottley made tilled. He is an indipendent thinker, preparation for church services. Go-i- n and has no hestitancy in denouncing to the table she replaced the rings the acts of the lawless from the pulonce discovered tliafc e Last the pastor of the Baptist church, this looking Thursday evening, just before after her culinary affairs, place, and Zion church for the past Mrs. W. T. Ottley removed her rings two years, delivered ser- 300-mil600-mil- Legal-tend- er 1'5000-mil- is-vi- iie 40-2- m n, -- ss Co-op- .' 2t t. i -- -- I -- en-tii- a "" Rey.-.D.-JI- , " j " 2t l fy& f K . I THE ADAIR JOUNT NEWS A jV --a- ny" Experience is a great teacher, rider whose automobile has been Fuss and Feathers, Qoings in Congress. bed Republican State in the but graduates are handed their wrecked beyond repair we feel a Union, if equalled elsewhere in In session 270 days, the last little more sure than ever that A bird without exercise an diplomas by the undurtaker. Governor Wilson has indicated November would put twenty owner without profit. in the speeches he has made thus States which went Republican Congress has cost a lot of the world is getting better. Our Bumper Crops. campaign that he at- four years ago. in the Democrat- money in salaries, payrolls of far in the By the time the last of the Change nesting material freRecord-breakin- g crops are reemployes and in other ways nec- lonesome noodless who ask public quently and secure chalk white taches a good deal of importance ic column. ported by the Department : to the question of the tariff as it In round numbers the total essarily incident to the session officials to find wives for them eggs. The Demo- vote in Vermont is 60,000. Four of the house and senate. To fig- has passed away the world will Demonstrate your business Agriculture in the September affects farmers. cratic candidate put this whole years ago 45,000 of these were ure out the cost in dollars and be well along toward the millen- acumen by handling business report. Corn may reach bushels, exceeding the question into a nut shell when he cast for the Republican ticket cents for salaries of members nium. hens. add employes, together with the record crop of 1906 by 68,000,000 said: Observe the man who haughtiand 15,000 for the Democratic A lazy hen and a trifling hired "That farmer does not derive ticket. The Repblicans polled expense of the Stephenson and ly rcfuses to help wash the man on a farm are exactly alike bushels. The spring wheat crop, it is estimated, will go 8,000,000 any benefits from the tariff when three votes to everyone vote Lorimer cases, would take too dishes when at home, but who both make big inroads on the over the record crop of 1908; po he goes to market to sell his pro- cast for the Democrats. This much time. Put it down at a gladly performs the most menial profits. tatoes; 9,000,000 bushels over ducts, but on everything the year with the Republican and big amount and let it go at that! duties of the camp while he is in Hens are egg machines and the high yield of 1909; oats farmer buys there in an artificial- Progressive tickets in the field it Admit that the 270 days were the woods. require a lot of raw material bebushels over the record ly high price, due to the tariff was reasonable to suppose that expensive, and let the brethren Possibly some physicist can fore they can deliver the finished enemy hug to of the wide split crop of 1910. The tobacco yield tax." the Progressive party would tell us why it is that a hammock product. is estimated at 71,000,000 pounds High protectionists in Con- draw some from the Democrats, their troubled souls all the con- scarcely big enough for an A mongrel flock will "run out" in excess of last year's crop. gress have for many years de- but such was not the case. In solation they can get out of the man suddenly increase j in size and egg production, while mm A Mix Up of Items. ceived the farmers into believing the election last Tuesday the fact. Look at the results! its capacity when a pretty girl thoroughbred stock will improve The Demecratic house, true to because the tariff is kept Democrats polled one vote for that hovers into sight. in both respects if given a A paper in NashviHe, Tenn., its pledges, revisen the Payne on wheat and corn the corn is their candidate for Governor for When a restaurant orchestra chance, contained the following item necessarily benefitted" thereby. every two votes cast for the two tax downward. The Democratic takes one of its occasional lapses Prices of eggs are advancing. which got mixed up with a stock That this is false logic is ap- other candidates for Governor minority in the senate forced the from ragtime into a dirge some Are you prepared to furnish sale: downward revision through that parent to any student of Ameri- combined. arrangement should be made to your quota of the fall and win"William Smith, the only son branch of the congress woolen can import and export statistics. The total vote of 60,000 was weepprevent the waiters from ter's supply? The outlook for of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Smith, This country produces more divided in this way; 25,000 for bills, cotton bills and other bills ing into the bouillon. record breaking prices is bright. and Mrs. Lucy Anderson were wheat and corn than the Ameri- the Republican ticket 20,000 for which would have added weight Baltimore scientists propose to "Utility" and "mongrel" are disposed of at public auction, to the pocket of the consumer can people consume, which the Democratic ticket and 0 and taken some of .the weight make a careful study of the men- entirely different in meaning. one mile east in the presence of obviously makes it impossible for Progressive ticket. for the known as "toe The former represents practical seventy-fiv- e Stal affection guests, including foreign country to sell wheat The Roosevelt party drew its en- from the pockets of the Payne Any town that has a poultry production, the latter a two mules and twelve head of or corn here. Europe, which is tire 15,000 from the Republican tax trusts. And the bills were blues." tail-en- d baseball team will be purposeless, profitless proposi- cattle. Rev. Jackson tied the the great market for surplus party and the Democrats drew sent to the president, who, not able to furnish plenty of sub- tion. nuptial knot for the parties, avAmerican grain, uses all the 5,000 from the Republican party. regarding his pledges, very erages 1,250 pounds on hoof. promptly vetoed them, saying jects. We hear a good deal about grain produced there for home To put it another way the that he would have vetoed them About the only person who "systems," and while system of The beautiful home of the bride consumption, and in addition, Progressive party drew exclu- even he had died for it when does not pay according to what some aort is essential to success, was decorated with one sulky if the European countries have to sively from the Republican party rake, one feed grinder and two d there wasn't anyone in the land he receives is the to learn to do by doing a thing send over here for more. If dividing way that vote in such a thinking of laying hands on his man, who is charged just as is the surest, safest, sanest sys- sets of work harness, nearly new, there were no tariff at all on that if followed out in the other amiable and and just before the wedding much for a hair cut as any male tem of all. n grain, therefore, the American vote of every States the electral ceremony was pronounced, Menrelative of the seven Souther-lan- d corporosity. farmer would not be menaced by one of them will be cast for WilFeeding Experiments With Cows. del & Son's wedding march was sisters. It costs money to run a conthe possibility of foreign com- son, as no other State besides rendered by one milch cow five Southern Illinois reports a petition, for the reason that Vermont has three Republican gress 270 Jays but a DemocratAnother report recently receiv-- 1 years old, one Jersey cow and foreigners have no grain to sell. votes to one Democratic vote. ic house and a stubborn and ag- shortage of spring chickens. ed by the Department of Agri-- 1 one sheep, who carried a bunch gressive minority in the senate Stories of disaster to the peach But the situation is vastly dif-- The other significant thing in is that of extensive ex- - 0f bribe's roses in her hand, was have immeasurably more than crop of Michigan can be and are culture ferent with the farmer when he the election is that the Demo- periments conducted under the very beautiful. She wore one paid the total cost! Hats off to received with indifference, but, comes to buy the tools, machin- - crats increased their vote 27 per ' direction of the Copenhagen nght wagon, two crates of ap-- ! the Democratic house, the senate this, if true, is a matter of ery, clothing, and other neces- - cent over the combined Taft and (Denmark) Experiment Station pieSf three racks of hay, one and the Stanley com- - portance. sities of life. He finds every Roosevelt. Four years ago the for the purpose of determining grindstone of moisiline desole mitt- That the lobster is becoming the feeding value of wet brew- article that he uses in producing Republican plurality was 30,000 an(j trimmed with 100 bushels of extinct is the foreboding of many ers' crrains and of his crops taxed higher and high- in Vermont. This year it is only n Short Stops. oats The bridal couple left , .. , who may presumed to be inform- -' er, until, as Governor Wilson 5,000. Elizabethtown News. cao,e& j.ur jjuicii COWS. trocorrta v on an ovfonrlorl trin ed on the subject, and the next says, "it is getting to be next to m On replacing oil cakes by wet Terms cash. The price of ice remains firm generation may know it only as impossible for the American far- An Applied Definition. no matter how many icebergs j grains, the basal ration consistWho warns to Try it. a human type. to make a legitimate profit. ' ' mer ing of hay, straw, ruta bagas, are sighted at sea. ' The farmers'implements, their ' cotton seed meal, peanut cakes, A leech kept in a glass jar of The buffalo is overlooked when E. Trowbridge Dana, grand .. . , . ., . wagons Crocus. n or cakes, it wos found water is an excellent weather nouseno.a,onofthoetLoell who ifis placed on the new trickles, articles, lumber, and harvest.ngj that ten pounds of wet grains prophet. The jar should con- recenUy married fa Cam. ft has ,ong served ofl $10 bis. maenmes nave steaauy risen in bridge with a beautiful ritual of Most of the jokes at the ex- - Rev. Edward Aaron began a was- equivalent to 2 pounds of tain about three gills of water, .price. high protein cakes. Neither , which should be changed once a :i.: :j .t, . ins own cuiupu&iuuxi, &ewu cue penseof college men are writ-- j serieg o meetings at Mt zion the That this rise has been due to the milk production, the chemi - ' week in summer, every ten days ten by smart guys who quit! other day t0 a reporter: artificial causes is proven by the church last week, but owing to leal composition of the milk, nor . in winter. When the leech lies ' "If all couples gave to mar-use- d school in tba sixth grade. fact that the identical articles! the nvtss of work among the the condition of the cows was at tne bottom of the jar and After reading the advertise-- , by the American farmer rlae the Profound thought and farmers the meeting was called affected by the introduction of1 curled UP in sPiraI forra you are sold abroad for from 25 to 40 reverence that my wife and I give ments a bachelor might be off after two or three- - days of the wet grains into the feed ra- - mav reasonaoiy reiy on nne there would be fewer mis- - pardoned for wondering what! per cent less. B. D. Townsend, tion in this proportion. When j weather. If , however, it creeps, services. maungs. makes a pnecess slip, in his report to President Roose- -' cakes werej UP to the toP of the Jar and re Three of Duvall Grant's and good, fresh, "The average married pair, it Chinese patriots seem to be velt on the Harvester Trustand there rain is coming, two of Dr. Sam Taylor's children fedrno deleterious influei.ee ofjmains like burning their fingers trying to leech darts about its i that the same harvesting ma- - sometimes seems to me, are Owing to the feeding them was traceable in When the have diptheria. take their republic off the fire lodging with great swiftness, it chines that were made by the the Blinkses. frightful attack of this disease the flavor or taste of the butter, is not suffering ftom pain, but is Tnn-.mbefore it is done Riino-trust in Chicago, and sold to the' "Po ' i even whr- - these were fed exces-- ' 0Ii fhe children in thi& neighbor- American farmer for $125, and one day 'what's a weapon?' The sultan of , Turkey has . sively. the latter case they tellinS vou t0 look out for the .. . wpannn mQm. R1:nV, more trouble on his hands, but a hood three years ago much un- - produced butter of a hard consis-- j wind. If a hurricane is on its sold in Russia for $80 and $90. Nothingbut the tariff enables aye,. tency, so that the winter grain way the leech will be more out js something to fight! revolution is a mere trifle to a ' easiness is being felt the trust to thus rob the Ameri ;with." J. P. Aaron's new residence is feed 0f the cows should not, ot the water tnan in' and wlU man who runs a harem can farmer, because, if it were therefore, be made up too heavi- have convulsi ve movements. " 'Then, pa,' said little Tom-- i The Chicago woman who- de-- 1 about completed. Its !The jar, by the way, should be not for the tariff, the danger of n cakes. manded $10 for broken heart is appearance and splendid work-!n- ly of " my, 'is ma your weapon?' .only partly filled with water, competition from Canada would speaks well for its what might be called a while the tep should be covered structor, Mr. J. L. An tie. .force the American trust to sell votes of frenzied finance. Pointed Paragraphs. When Jack Frost t with muslin. . The man who is willing to con- its machines for one price to all i : j. Bimnpr i i.u !.' isnum - A nio u"cf will he PiVfin at1 itt vvarmug uuac iuciiera " is going to pay us a visit the !mia frt nroAa mnr fr hie Irnooc line-huGovernor Wilson has shown a' a waste of eaerfey. A Mt. Zion school house on Friday leech behaves as when foretelling ,u or scale along iences or trespass ,t t: Proceeds Talk isn't always cheap; it of- fine weather i e. he lies at the , 24th. . ueep giasjj ui. tue taiiii. quc&uun .1 mgnt aepc on tne enciuseu nrpmiep; of man foolish enough to rock a ten costs a man a black eye. as it affects the farmer, and it is benefits the school library. bottom of the jar, but when ; others to get from one place to boat is too foolish to take advice, A bigamist is a man who haSsnow is coming he climbs right certain that before the campaign onfViov i"n oyvW tft if ppn mm ' Having- "the blues' is regard- - Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haynes, f ' more wives than brains. ,. , ,, is much older he will have some to the mouth of the jar and 5i(yn ,nn,n!1,L Montpelier, visited their a gouu ruau ior sume xtri- - aA oc 0 fonHcn. .&" ftf v.,..-.- .. naving illumminating things to say to A bent pin on a chair makes sticks there. and daughter, Mr: and Mrs. This makes it low to travel that he is prejudiced ing insanity. the farmer on this vital subject. Dudley, a day or two laat an excellent starting point. The Men who succeed against, is a splendid sample of possible for a man to be his own J. V. It's easv to earn a living, but as heads of large enterprises are i ?n weeK. the man who is willing to cut off alienist. The Word From Vermont. " Kip Aaron bought a farm j getting it is another Proposition. ' "Eat soap and grow healthy,' his nose to spite his face. No, Alonzo, you can't make utter folly for a man to endure a weak, says a doctor. In addition to its from Mike Grant for $350. This election in Vermont last' C(tion ieu The i.wV1!?ir will put ,, . health giving proparties it sonie- - place is one mile east of Glens-for- k both ends meet by stretching What We Never Porget him right on iu-according to scienue, are the things times develops an ear for music. feet in short order. "Four bottles . ,. . Creelsboro road. I also the imagination. on u xt mocratlC victory m inuvcuiucj.. associated with our early home hi did me more reared than any othei In New York society it is prop- understand that Mr. Grant has Our idea of an optimist is a medicine I ever took," writes Chas. Thp returns Doint so certainly to such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that .. i .. .i useu to uure er for mother and daughter to bought a tract of land near man who saves a little sunshine b. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years who runs mother or granumowier that result that "he or suffering with Rheumatism, liver nur hums, boils, scalds, sores, skin polo Father Glensfork formerly owned by for a rainy day. on opposite sides. trouble, stomach disorders and demay read." The Democratic eruptions, cuts, spraius or bruises An occasional failure encour- ranged Kidneys, I am again, thanks Forty years of cures prove its merit. and son have not yet started Eugene Buster, and that Messrs. gain iD the State was twenty Unrivaled for piles, corns or cold to Electric tatting contests. Aaron and Grant will both move ages the hustler to make a more Try them. Bitters, sound and well." seven per cent. This gain in the sores. Only 25 cents at Paull Drug Only 0 cents at Paui strenuous 'effort. Every lime we hear, of a joy- - in a short time. - Co. Drug Co. most conservative and rock ribThe Farmers and the Tariff. ! 2,995,-000,000, 104.-000,000 able-bodi- ed 15,-00- bald-heade- scientific-tariff-revisio- j , ( ; im-minor- ity j j ' ( - soy-bea- i j i i , t i j , i i , soy-bea- , j i - : j I ; ' ' ! I i i soy-bea- n , ! OQ,-r- i;-- v : j i i ; i , j ! , - j ot soy-bea- de-mans- j : i i i ' " t i , i I j : ,., - son-in-la- w - f j I j ' j ! ? ! - I -- ; I 3 ( - i 4 ..-- .. .tfvy t.:--- 1 L.- -. DAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 ' "" WILSON'S SPEECH : 'I ! I i LABOR AND THE RULE OF X J. RIGHT. s " o, WILSON STANOS ON HIS RECORD Joseplios Daniels Invites Close 0 HIGHLY PRAISED!! Press and Public Men Join In j Chorus of Approval. DISCREET, ABLE, SAFE, SANE, "Will Impress the Country Favorably," Declares William Jennings Bryan. "Admirable Pronouncement," Says Champ Clark "Appeals Strongly to Every Legitimate Business Interest," Declares John W. Kern. An Admirable Speech. stitutes the rest of It are, of X course, the backbone of the na-j- r tion. No law that safeguards X their life, that improves the pbys-T The working; people,of AmericaIf they must be distingulsh- X ed from the minority that con-- ? T $L-- ' m f 4- . j5 4. T j. X j , j. ! t y ? Y i i Oon William J Bryan -"- Governor X Y , original in of the issues of the campaign. I am sure the address will impress the coun try favorably." Is XXT rt SLZlL: . t utniut ii. which they live, that makes their X uuuis ut muur rauuuai anu tot- - jr erauie, tnat gives them freedom to act In their own interest and that protects them where they cannot protect themselves can properly be regarded as class legislation or as anything but as j.: a measure taken In the interest of the whole people, whose part-- y nership in right action we arc trying to establish and make real and practical. It is in this spirit that we shall act if we are gen- mne spokesmen of the whole country.From woodrow Wil- - .j son' Speech Accepting the Dem- - j , i,- .NUiniii.iLiuii ical and moral conditions under ' ' - yj j H WAW.jJ-;'j?-s j n, n nu . Utrrr itj t ,'j k r&Am wwm. i m & i:.MfftjtwMmiU ims tj i t: ta. jgv t wj . ,B jm J ( .r . ; Study of Writings, SLANDER m i nit . '. r t rf t rr l t tt fi i. i WCHT WIN NOW. $feW: m v f.t msKM?w mmmmsmmm lui mbiibm ' xwr ! Chairman of Democratic Publicity Bu reau Points Out Errors of Campaigns of Previous Years and Finds a Good Moral Roosevelt Also Wrote Backs and Made Bitter Attacks on Various Men and Classos. New York. .loteptius Daiiiofe, chairman of the jHibHclty comnutUtt f tfc Democratic national committee, said today: "Eisht j ears ago during the nresl- dentlal campaign of 190 1 I came to j New York, and, being a member of the , Deu.j.rn'.!i national committee, 1 drof- ped In at the headquarters of the committee. I found the literary bureau of the committee very actively engaged in perusing (he volumes of Theodore Roosevelt. When I saw on everv dosV i The Winning of the West,' 'The Lifo of Thomas II. Eenton' and a half doK-- j en others of the works of the then Ee-- ! publican nominee for president I won- dered whether or not I had got into tk right place. "I was immediately set aright, 1kw-eve- r, when I was informed that the literary younsr men were engaged m culling from thoe books some of the . many denunciations and Iwtter criticisms and attacks made bv Theodore Roosevelt upon public men and measures and Ills aspersions upon great rop-- I reseutative bodies of our people. uch as workingmen and farmers. "I found them pieparing to send ' forth broadcast all over the laad such excernts from the writing of Ttaodnre Roosevelt as: ' " 'Cowboys are much better fellows and pleasanter companions than small farmers or agricultural lu borers-- , are the mechanics and wurkmca o a great city to be mentioned in the sawn i ; I J i Appeals Strongly to Every Legitimate Business Interest. John W. Kern. Senator From Indi- ana. Governor wusou's speech or ac- ceptance is a masterpiece, setting forth with great clearness his conception of the work lo be accomplished by the party under his leadership. is in complete harmony with the It progressive sentiment of the country, but also anneals strontrlv to everv le- "itimate business interesL" Will Take High Rank. Champ Clark. Speaker of the House of Representatives. "Considered from a literary standpoint. Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance will take high rank In the political output of the year. It will make pleasant reading and therefore will prove a fetching campaign document. He discusses the issues of the day philosophically, clear-- 1 ly and forcibly. Its courteous tone will allay opposition and win him friends. It is an admirable pronounce- ment," Battle Hymn of Democracy. Senator Gore of Oklahoma. "The Closing sentence or nis speecn win ue- the hntflo livnm of Deinoc-rac-in the pending campaign: I thank God and take courage.' it is at once a paean of praise and is a summons of v tion of the real issues unon which the campaign will be fought this fall. I tniu. that jt Js bound t0 strerigtuci, Governor Wilson among the thinking ' people of the country." W,n Rin9 Through tho Country, Governor George W. Donaghey, hansas.-- "It was a great speech. It '"'in rInS through the country. It is , 3ust AV,lat lie should have said. The People have never felt more confident success since the first nomination of ' Grover Cleveland.' ' , , ' w I r)L it rMm . .mMmwms n nmm ymmwL k MmmMish wm mmwm, mm msmmmmxVA mw mMMnmtwmK--- . , Mi w& v--- j . Inwa Pop Wilcinn- - j Judge Martin .1. Wade, Iowa. "For the first time since the state was ad mitted to the Union Iowa will this year give its electoral vote to the Democratic nominee for president" Jeffersonian to tho Core. A. Dis, Governor of New York. "Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance Is marked with broad vi sion and clear thought, expressed in language every American can under- stand. As a business man and manu- facturer, I am especially pleased with his positive and statesmanlike position John fuamammm wmmmmm mum. mwtmwmmm fl.M -- ! U7fzf m9qumtMwmmtiZzi mimwmmte&&-j?immm mm i hmmmmsF 'Mm mh WJT-- k.? c? I ' j i , i ! ? r . ' j . j i mmm.WMMmmm wwr imjnsiiivmMKemm vmtpretrsiUi a I . ! , , . M m Wnmmmmmm mmm,$ TltT3Ilfl iwyillft. form and his demand for an inimedi- ate downward revision. In sincerity, precise statement and comprehensive grasp of great principles and their ap- plication of the fundamental needs of patriotic duty." the country the speech is Jeffersonian Discreet, Able, Safe and Sane. to the core. It contains no appeal to John E. Lamb, passi0n and excites no prejudice. Prom Indiana. "Speech is discreet. Governor Wilson has presented to his able, safe and sane. Governor Wilson party and to tne natjon ciear concep- Dcueves in the efficacy of the scalpel tion "of the truth that the real strug-- , rather than the big stick. His dissec- - gic jn the pending campaign is be-iin--- j .,- -t nf tnisf- nnrl rnHfT nvils ia nnlniio j iiwueii uie cuncejiiruiuu iiuultsuiiju- .... .w ...... w j.i i.. convincing Elis suggestions of re- - j Ueg:o amj the aspiration of the Anieri- and form in methods of government and j can people to realize in their govern- reduction of tariff schedules will meet ment an( tueir economic industrial with approval of legitimate business ' aml g0ciai relations the full measures and the laboring masses as welL" of the principles of freedom, justice nrnrrriss nnnn Mcli tllf rpnnhlic Points the Way For Justice. was founded. To all the issues and --"I am delighted with Governor Wil- - ; cveT national need Governor Wilson . t I I I . .- " "- - xi-w- ui. imu v "i nr t , . IV J ST htfiTv llltlUtvl ! I - Yl!'JHDIH.ff jrWl'Jmttr tlfrCLIMlSlllllll nRUI'1 itpitH f' jr m j sr- - - - ihlj ! .,. ; j ( , Woodrow Wilson, Scholar and Statesman, Democratic Candidate For President. THE PEOPLE AND THE CUR- - T presidents evor in the White House and through whom none will bo refused a hearing, however humble, nor fail to receive justice at liis hands. He is truly a marvelous man. and I wili every person in the United States could know him as 1 know him. And supplementing all those qualities is the addition that his homo is one of perfect balance. None can moct the splendid Mis. Wilson and her three refined, cultured daughters with their perfect natui alliens but must feel that the whole family of Woodrmv Wilson was especially prepared to .'111 a great need in the picsent crisis in the history of our country, as were Washington. Jefferbon. Jackson and Linoui and I would adviso tho farmers upon my repu tation as a man if you want to protect your own Interests and those of your fam- hies, if you want to render the greatest possible good to your country and futme generations, if you want to contribute your.. part to y.tho end ..that popular . govern- .. i inunt unuer uuu snail noi pensii lioin tne men see iuiu uie Hon. woourow eariii. Wilson Is elected president. 1 I l 4' i RENCY. The reforms he advocates neces- are farreaching. but they are In dealing with the complicat- - y rnv ftAn1 nnrl ,lntiAHAnl THf 'ennnnh ' ed and ditlicult question of the ' ' will awaken and stir the national . . n WlininIl thnt. .. . reform of our banking and cur- - y IU UU lUillt l OVll'ULl- lUUru t.s.t. w rency laws it is plain that we .. ' restore to the people the control s give confidence to honest business and ' will Inaugurate a Qncf FflllinnPfi MSH Pflf PrPSL X ought to consult very many per y of their government and new courage to those who need a new I .WUI T sons besides tlie bankers, not be- V UIUII . U and happier epoch in the life and Y square deal " cause we distrust the bankers, development of the republic." dency Since Lincoln but because they do not necesLays Hi; Soul Bare. Worthy Leader of Progressive Amerisarily comprehend the business of j John F. Fitzgerald, Mayor of Boston, cans. the country, notwlthstandingthey acceptance is "Governor Wilson's Louis D. JJrandeis. Boston. "Go ver- are indispensable servants of it of tho man. He lays his nor characteristic is SENATOR Wilson's speech GARDNERS VIEWS, and may do a vast deal to make 'h soul bare to the people and asks them uttcrauco of a twent,etIJ ceutury it hard or easy No mere bankto Join with him, irrespective of party. statesinan wuh kcen perception be ers' plan will meet the require- A. In righting present wrongs without un .. evIIs from which the rec0Kn,2CS . ments, no matter how honestly y i. j Himself a The Maine Statesman, due clamor or injury to legitimate in- a nd the dangers e arg suffer, should be a merconceived. It on con- terests. He lavs emnhasis Farmer, Declares That Prosident With which threaten our welfare. chants and farmers' pljan as structive thinking, and I believe this hrnnil vtsirm lio nninfR fh .. w:ir rhv Taft Would Continue to Tax Farmers 'I well, elastic in the hands of thoM? . &.u.... H XI JS i. : Wi wu UIUIUU.IZ.S. of the United States and at the Same H"rWH" uuuwibBica; lllose evlIs may be rom0ved and i who ue it as an indispensable esc neeus at uie present time. it win Rn nrnvos his Time Compel Them to Compete With .1. part of their daily bnslness.-Fro- m ilinnoro frrtdr1 4WHAT REPUBLICAN PROSbe President Wilson overwhelmingly . nnderstaild,n8 alike of bu'slness a"uToT 'Canadian Farmers. Woodrow Wilson's Speech in ovember, PERITY IS. sot;iaI neetls anQ tlwt ,)e is a Den,ocrat Accepting the Ilprnorratic Noml T in Progressive, but Not Wild. , in name, and hlsl The reasons uhj tlwe Ty fact as well as In nation. What has Hie result been? Thomas'Ioft Osborne, Auburn, N. 1'. courage Is Tindoubled. Progressive , agricultural pursuits should support i"-. V ,i. Prosperity Yes; if by prosper..... t iiyOtl r.. n "finrnpnnr YlMlcrni'e crtAir.1i fifo u j A ninfiAiino Ii.ii.a tn litiii u n,rrtr4TiT, Trtnrl- - ' UUVCIlJi il UUUI'.W tltfl ..... lOl pi CM' i i ...w. ...i-vijtttvu uw iiuc tu iii.u nuiiiijr ituut ity yon mean vast wealth, no occasion anu tne man progressive, out er." ilelil nl-- KtinlitrlV fnrih in Sm:ilnr you matter how distributed or wbeth prompted to not wild; sane, strong and uuraistaka- Equable and ModcFalK DtdUhTTrardnei of Maine in an ad- - this that I am farmers haveaddress com lustly For years er distributed at all or not; If oiy ueinocrauc. it makes aniaBplp. Wilsbii's to farmer aew York you mean vast enterprises built r mg opening of the cjrfhpalgu, indlcat- - spee-- h of acceptance has good luck dros peuator G.il:dn?l-la nraclk-a- l farm- - jshoit end of the yoke because of unfair up to bo presently concentrated '. ana HObly the spirit in , a3 well as merit, Tl comes just in j eI, oll0 who lurui. llW own farm, and nig an at the present tinder the control of corapara which the leaders of our regenerated time to contrast Sharply with the lu !u. k ,.ini:iM.v in closer toiieh and sytn- - lUne the farmers are charged with being uveiv Fiunuoyjes or men, wno .1 Democratic party must work; not one ' terminable bti'llainite rant of Th. Den j,:1tiiv with ounirv life and its en- - the catiFC ot thp hfsli cot of living whn cnu Ufieruiine almost at pleiisure y Of mere 'partisan make believe' lint , lnhi! Afr!rnmi: Vornx , And. if with ...i...ih,n,.,innnh las a mattet of fad, Inlsen collectively- ' whether there sliall be competi-tioof honesty and justice toward all I 'out cChtempt of campus it may be'r,.i!e. or not. The nation as ft na men. isaid. though written by a college presi-- ' thhr.; connected with the details of agriFor iwenlv-llv- e ,ver.ix ., Seuatoi Gard. X tion has grown immensely rich. v . cnt very recently retired, it is in the t.,. ,1!ls i,Pon :utivelv interested In cultural life they are. as a whole, the J Proohel of Success, 5 Shejs justly proud of hel ihdns . .1 tnli A. n . An tr uu auaeum.- lltlfl tut, national grange, anu lor ten years poorest paid chits of people Jn jhjs cqmv us"3 l. Governor William IL Mann of vlrwhile rglallvely Bie most important ivy T tries and of thecnUis of her ginla.-- rtl think it was an, admirable j scjHIom with, Suspicion of prlggishuess ,,e w.,s tlle mastor of the state grange During ail recent years farmers nay men of affairs They can master speech. It was wise conservative, w donnishness, though it has an air.. 0f Maine. A Tew years ago Tie came been told what a great hlofeslhg lias been V anything they set Iheir minds to. 'T tlift so theirs comprehensive, prophetic not only of a cerLaln academic distinction of Its , utltnin a'cloe margin of being elected tariff, through to firnl ertltnl nrotoctft-- j X and we have been greatly stim a market for their and yet I own- - wbilt Nviu P,casp pvprybody who ,,overnor 0f tue Pine Tree Rlutv Democratic success, brit of Democratic ; )ji ;iiLiiJ.u uiuya iiity iiuvo ii.iu id compuic y ulated under their leadership and il to mnke Is Governor Dlls a ,IV1U BQfJfemacy for years to come." A little less than a yar no. when In the tnarketa nf the world where the y -son's equable and moderate tone. Gov Senator Frye. who bad represented price Is fiS'ed. But suddenly It is dlscov T ' v n,ns man-- v au1d TerJ Ereen- - w-in Eery Sentence. ernor Wilson Is for repair, nor for de Maine In the 8'ennte for thirtj years, 6fed thai the farmer Is the sole causae for l u ftlnga the high cost or living, and what hap- - A. accord, them the great honors Tfjovercor 'rrederick W. Plaisted of struction " . died. Governor rialsted honored Mr. pens? The president (ilr. Tart) with a that are their due, aud we must Maine.-"- !! Is a splendid presentation j 'pS"rterShfl bf the People. Gardner lind recognized the agricul Jfotal dl&rcgard for the Interests of the X preserve what they have built up T 'fanners, submits a plan to open up to vt toe issues tor tne American people. Js applicable, tural Ihterests of the country bv tlt moSt-- ..It New rork for us. But what of the other competition with the farmers of the Unitm every sentence and in j y Kjmss The doniinant tuougbt. the very soul pointing hTra to the Tnlted Stores side of the picture? It is not ed States the products of Canada while It represents the spirit , of hls disoourse is the common Inter ' ate, where he has made a mostcredit-Jd- f being careful to preserve the tariff or. easy for us to live as it used to the Democracy of today, it is the j est of a the peopier tueir partnership able record.devoting partfeahir mnw porppotW rx."!IniT. the tax on all be Our money will uot buy as JL. i clearly as has to buy. of a statesman. our actlvities and oar prosrerlly. tion to the welfare of the 'great rural the farinorcan Ocpbscs which as much. High wages, even when tho hypocrisy and anything ne partnerehip Idea conies 'ffdm his population of the couxfry. He Is now "humbuggcry" of the claim that the tariff we can get them, yield us no . i An Admirable Presentation. Is any benefit to agricultural as compared great comfort. We used to be and will "Governor Etigehe 't'oss Massaehct. ' mInd not as a sublimated potffical the- - a candidate for . with manufactured products ory but as n PractIcal immediate rem- doubtedly be better off with less, because a "X vas an. adairable presenta Now. the farmers of this country have edy." dollar could buy so much more T ,. in his address "Senator Gardner says: an opportunity to benefit themselves that 4. The majority of us have been Straight to 1Kb Heart. To the Fanners bf the United States. has fiever appeared within my recollection, as the Democratic party has been Greeting: rrTTTi' disturbed to find ourselves grow- - T. WilNew York greater cofniMflled by the force of public opinion X ing poorer, even though our earn- Being owe of you and for 4. ft'EVISE TARIFF UNHESITAT acceptance Is the ablest, part or Yio'y life having been the y son's speech of engaged In tto nominate a man for the presidency lngs were slowly increasing. X clearest, sanest 'statement of high pub- the everyday duties of my own wno is the best equipped for that high IMQLV DOW'NWARD. years Ufttce of any that have been nominated or 3. Prices climb faster than we can y lic purpose this Country has known in farm, hhvlng been for twenty-fiv- e past officially at work through boards of elected since Lincoln a man that I speak j. push our earnings up. bTom j. a generation. Without passion, with- agriculture and the national and state it from a personal acquaintance with and There 'Should Be an Immediate out invective, without abuse, without granges, having served four years as sec- a "knowledge of hs fitness, a man or great I.- Woodrow Wilson's Speech Ac- - y revision of the tariff, and it . partisan "bitterness, without deuuncla- - ond oilicer of the national grange and as natural ability, splendidly educated, not T cepting the Democratic Nomina shoiil&'be downward, unhesitattheoretically, but practically: a keenness y tion. t uon. wiuionc egorism, wuaoui uema-- $ master, of the Maine slate giange ten Of X ingly "and steadily downward. Intellect remarkable for Us grasp of years, during which time the order In ,.T..MT..T..T..tl.TT..i T.t.MT.t.. From Wroodrow Wilson's Speech 4 gogy. be hns driven straight to tire Maine added 23,543 members and attained every condition with which ho Is con- Tri ArfVnHnir thp ntmofratle Nnml. ueart ot uie supreme issue or Amer- "B. power and influence never held before, fronted: an Indomitable courage to dc '1 feel I am In a Dosltlon to sneak from the right, and. abovo all. a great, broad tendican institutions the partnership nation. "Wilson and Marshall" looks good, pitandpolnt of one who knows the farmer ency with and sympathy for all classes government and privilege." In solely because of He will make one of the most accessible sounds good, is geod. end his needs, and it superb statement of the present pur pose of the Democracy and points the way for justice to all through real by law under the constitution. "With his election assured, it should I advantage. ;' " con-progre- ss i uu. i I ( jj I -- te . I w -- rn ww-.-rn-i-r.-X-K-- . " - ( ! eny-ige- I -- - .&.. T J-- V x ! I J Stin.-"Gove- rnor 1 I , s s Stntlo 1 J f ! - . S?T Tf-E- SSS! c n B I l. .n ':'s5i -- .4- - - t i , . I ! v, Tj-u- c I . I ti-u- e sen-Wr- t atten-addre- ss - '. suc-Ssful- i t t I -- " 'Mr. Bryan and life: adherents hare appealed to the bayest set in t'e bHKl the farmers. "'They (workingmen who abject to government by Injunction) are not in sympathy with men of good mtods awl sound civic morality.' Hits Quakers Too. "They quoted from what he .said. nbout the Quaker, that those who would not fight were traitors to their country. "They said that when the farmers and workmen and the Quakers came to know what "'htodoic Roosevelt hail written about them they would rise up with wrath and indignation and bury Theodore Roosevelt beneath an avalanche of votes. They said that Roosevelt would not answer that exposure of his views, and. of course, he never did. I agreed ith them that it was the proper thing to do to herald these utterances through the country. "As to whether or not that sort of campaigning had any effect the result of the campaign eight years ago spfsoks for itself. "The Republican parly is ut!:n 'tn: . to do today the sameN sort of tbittg that the Democrats tried in 1S03. The Democrats Mr. They were eiirht years ahcud of him in this sort of thing, it didn't work with us then, and it will nut work ith them now Stands on His Rsccrd. "The attempt to attack Governor Wilson because of terrain statonientrf which he made in writing history and in commenting upon events of history as they appeared to him as historian will fail signally. As one great metropolitan newspaper pointed out, Mr. and his kind are simply 'Blow-iu- g against the wind. Go ernor Wilson is running for president on lilt record; aajniblie man, and with that record the public i fairly ell conversant, and it will continue to learn moru as the campaign pTogre&cs. agewLs 'Jlle is "Oiling. Ii)l Incident on his record, flf governor of New Jersey he Said and did in that capacity rather than what he wrote as a historian, chronicling events and commenting upon them as they appeared to an impartial observer who;e duty it is tc write of things as they are rather than as they should be or as he would hnvt them. "Oii Republican brethren are antl-tlet- l to all the thunder they can mukt out of Governor Wilson's writings, hope they will read them otirufuHj and thoroughly. They will be able to gain a great deal of valuable information, aud when the context is roa'd along with tho excerpts which have been taken from his works for the purpose of placing him in a false light I have no fear as to the results. All that Is needed, is a thorough understanding. "Ingersollsought to disprove Bible truths and 'to assail Holy Writ by the Bamo methods which the Kepublicang. are seeking to assail Governor WiB- ed g. Ho-denbe- rg breath.' i v7bria.-,'Wooclrow i pra-ctica- l The-averag- e -- z- to the fact that It Is n s6od Investment to give some of his time to political affairs. This is one of Democracy's best signs of victory. businessinan has '2 Ofc&ak-cne- d nTrrrrrrrrl rn M W-H-C- 4- Perhaps the Republicans, as d by Taft. are satisfied with tariff bill. But the mp Jorlty of the Toters are not repre--sente- & " X '' T l " . M THE ADAIIECOUOT NEWS ifc .T GET READY TO COME TO THE BIG TO BTC CASEY COUNTY FAIR LIBERTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER FOUR DAYS OF HELD AT 2427, 1912. RACES DAILY. iJOHN R. WHIPP, PLEASURE AND PROFIT WRITE FOR CATALOG. EXCITING W. C. CUNDIFF, Pres. THE -- ADAIR COUNTY W. SHERMAN ALLEN, VicePres. Secretary. NEWS Fifteen hundred Democrats, returning from a parade where they had been reviewed by Gov. - - BY THE Wilson, narrowly escaped drownAdair County News Company. ing when the excursion steamer upon which they were crowded j Incorporated. ) , '.".". struck a rock and sunk a few EDITOR. minutes later. CHAS. S. HARRIS . . Published Every Wednesday 404M4440M444HK$4M9Mfr6Hfr44fr4MfrQM$& ! 8P & Democratic newspaper devoted to the Investor the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-ofllce WED. SEPT., 18. -- ..- . .. Democratic Ticket. William Whittaker, a wealthy farmer of Anderson county, is stab wounds in the d dead from as stomach, said to have been inflicted by his wife while he was 1912 asleep. Mrs. Whittaker, who is said to be ill, has been arrested, sec-a.i 4 v heat ire a o o3 superior 4 v &j? Supplies Look your old Drill over and give us a list of needed repairs so as to save express and delay See our Drills and get our prices charged with murder. Al Boyce, For President WOODROW WILSON Jr., was shot and of New Jersey. Vice President THOMAS R. MARSHALL of Indiana. For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln County. t killed at Amarillo, Tex. John Beal Snefd was arrested, charged with the killing. The killing is said to have been a sequel to case, as a result the Sneed-Boyc- e of which Al Boyce's father was killed by Sneed in Fort Worth, Tex., several months ago. Rirlna A Th Hon anrl Wrsclnv TtVl. I&rs. J. Rogers Gore, died at gang that shot up the Hills ville, Hodgenville last Wednesday after Va., court last March, afterward "B long illness. making their escape, were captured in Des Moines, Iowa, by Republican The Connecticut detectives who trailed them by ground rapidly, but it will be a Chickens . 12 convention nominaten a complete following Miss Maude Iroler, of number of years before as much Cocks . a State ticket at Hartford, John P. Mount Airy, Va., who was to as 20 per cent, of the highways 6 Studley, of New Haven, being have been married to Edwards shall have been improved. In Turkeys Geese 4 named for Governor. last week. the meantime persons who are Ducks 7 compelled to travel over bad '21 The Kentucky State Fair end- roads must pay a heavy tax in Wool spring clipping. Harvey McCutchen, formerly 12 (green) a member of the Board of Prison ed its 1912 show Saturday night, loss of time and in wear and Hides 45 Feathers Commissioners, succumbed to a the attendance for the week tear of horses and vehicles. Lost Ginseng 5 50 stroke of apoplexy at his home at being considerably in excess of time means loss money to the 25 Beeswax last year, it is declared. Officials enesgetic farmer, but few of the South Union, Logan county. of the Fair say they are greatly :2o farmers realize the extent to Yellow Root According to reports made by pleased with the success of the which they are' losing money be- May Apple(per lb) the Department of Agricluture, Fair this year. It was announc- - cause of the handicap of bad between 15,000 and 20,000 acres ed that the receipts this year roads. Tins is simply because of cotton has been damaged in would put the Fair entirely out they have not studied the quesof debt. Arkansas by the cotton tion from that particular angle. OAUSE AND REMEDY. The improvement of the market Losses Bus te Bad Roads. TTYir.orfo;nfv f tftf immediate roads of the country would be Members af Republican J. E. Pennybacker, exeuctive worth Millions of dollars annual-- 1 future !s looked uPon bv manv men! lu tuiti- i anairs, as a. Central and Executive Com- secretary of the American Road ly to the farming element of our ;.r:se and business prosperity, and mittee in Ohio who have not de- - Congress, estimatee that if 20 population. Courier Journal. ibis blockade is now quite apparent iiroughout the channels of trade. clared in favor of the Republican per cent of the pilDlic highways mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ,he presidential Election; the r ticket, including Taft. were ask of the country were improved I ftHIKVEi I i: MAPKFTvefl'orts of Con&ss with no fixed ed to resign. L.IUIJT 1L1L.L. !BflIlL, B J jpurpoEe; Organized Labor as a new not less than $250,000,000 would factor in politics; together "with Floyd Allen and his nephew, be saved in the cost of hauling other matters of greater or lessj crops of 1912. Mr. Penny- import, represent at this time ai Claude Allen, two leaders of the the Latest Quotations On LiVC StOCK chaotic conflict of separate inter- gang that shot up the Hillsville, baker says: . ests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. Trm GnvArnmfint's nrediction Va., courthouse and murdered' All want Prosperity, Peace and court officers, were sentenced to that the cron now beincr harvest Plenty. Read with care the Cin- CATTLE be electrocuted November 22. ed will exceed any previous ;cinnati Enquirer, a journal that Shipping steer ?7.oott.8 50, prints all the news each day from rear i 1 jj s yield should serve to call Beef steers .' 5.5056.50.Avrrv rvitriTriprri.il renter throuch- J25(&,6.C0 0ut the wojld. A barometer of Fear of a clash with Senator Mention td the great losses tha Facneu5?s S4 ?s 3 oo4.w causes and Cutters lectS tiiat points our; La Follette, it is said, blocken the ar6 being sustained by fnrmprq j Cannerg 100300 "j danger and jVl OC .9 ' . 1..II.. arid consumers in the hauling of ou" .ajs(ii.w ,Fn cafeuard- tbcretroxn- :naming of a State ticket in ; 4.255.75 As well known, the Daily" Eh by the Progressive con- crops. It is estimated that the Feeders 3.75o.50 ln..:rpr :s the largest Ih size and Stockers vention held at Milwaukee. improvement of the main roads Choice milch eda.. . higliest priced paper in the United Common to fur cows ;Sttes vet cheapest, measured by Presidential electors were named. ,of the country, approximately 20 ' ' 'aualitv aiid Quantity. ' HOGS per cent , would result in an an- The Weekly Enquirer, with the 8.75 trcani and digest of all the news, Clerk Trimble, of the House of nual saving of at least $250,000,-00- 0 Choice 210 up 7.65 '&ble and conservative editorials, in the cost of hauling atone, Mediums, 165 to 210. Representatives at Washington, 6.50 inarket reports, methods and Pigs said Saturday that of the 1,000 which would bo sufficient 'to im Roughs sults from Government and State - Experiment Stations, veterinary or 1.200 candi ates for Congress prove 50,000 miles of road at a SHEEP AND LAMBS nnttprs. PeoDle's Forum, clioice throughout the country only further co&t of 5,'000 per mile. c.00 f.00 literature, short and continued stor.....-.:- . Best iambs sermons, general ' d had filed a full In five years this would improve Culls about 3.O05;00 ies, 'information, etc., with the exclusion would be PatBhVepiV.'.'Jj;;;;.., 250,000 miles, which account of campaign expenses. ' . !of all matters of scandal and lm-sufficient to bring the total mile GBA&i, moralitv. is todav the Cleanest M improved roads up to 20 Wheat,; 105 Weekly family Journal obtainable. Whitley City won over Pine age of g0Each issue is alone worth the price Corn percent." of a year's subscription. contest for the v Knottsuoscriptions make Solicitors A:t present it is estimated that Loc;ai MarKetsy county seat of McCreary county, handsome profit and increase the ia ' igood influence of The Enquirer in 'trhe annoucement has not1 been qnly a little more than 8 per public highways t the uplift of inority and industry, officially made and the last ac- cent, of the and for the betterment and welfare 16 E(4T8. counts indicated that trouble have been improved." The good of the community. Tor terms write 9 to TV Hrqi:ir, r, Cl.irLirati, Ohio. roads movement is gaining was brewing. I ( ! I uiuv.-K.ctuv- wards, members of the Allen ffries H ardware Store G- - 3C O'fr W. J. Hughes & Sons Incorporated ' "Co., ' t Louisville, Kenfuckv. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Columns, . . ! Brackets, Alouldings, Stair Work. Ask 1 i l i 9 7 LI 'i . . -- lJLJUL-JLij- "'hi ti vl 5 & B : ; ! For Our Complete . fatalo CT ! Ju I1 1 II are Bargain Days August J - ! Wis-'cons- I 1 in ! . Clearance Sales in every Department of our B13 Store are Ihe order and prce Concessions hod sway If "n need cr 35.00-45.- 00 Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum 15.00-35.- 00 j For present or future use, it will pay you handsomely lo ibo over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. re-7.'- 00 Hubbuch Bros., & WeilendorK . Incor,raled one-thir- non-sectari- an 522"and!524 West Market St. 3.00-4.- 00 Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. ' - .. in.-t'th- e i fr . To-da- y. The , Apair County News and Daily Courier-Journal r Si ., X THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Personal Mr. .1. D. Lowe is on a business trip to Nashville. Mr. J. D. Wooldridge. of Jamestown, was here Friday. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was here last Thursday. Mrs. .T. O. Russell, was quite sick a few days of last week. . TJ" v,. " lnl-- AM till nlnn fc" r PiMrtlHIllf I Mr. G. E. Heed was with his mother and assist Mrs. Staples in selecting m incr .oi... f route home she stopped in cioies-an- d purchased a millinery line for this market. Mr. R II. Moss, of Birmingham, Ala., who visited here several months, has returned home. Her father, Mr. J. W. Hurt, accompanied her as far as Lebanon. Mrs. J. G. and Mrs. L. L. Eubank, are spending this week in Frankfort. Atkins returned from South last Saturday morning. E the Mr. Lou W. The Paradel 2 ': Too much cannot be said of THE MIGHTY HAAG RAILR O A D SHOWS parade, which takes place daily on the public .streets free for everybody, and is one mile in length i) Lindsey Wison r.enio " M-t- 4-- Mr. A. S Chewning look in LouisMrs. Ym. Coleman and her niece, of ville big show last, week. Nashville, who visited here for severMr. O. W. McAllister, of Missouri, al weeks, returned home last Saturis here for a few da vs. day. They were accompanied by Mrs. a few Sam Royse. Mr. A. B Gowdy is spending d ays in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Flowers, Mis. Josephine Rowe and Miss Ruth Ileii- - 30th. Mr. MatthewTaylor met many of his! jsley, of Texas, who is visiting the old friends last Monday. j Rowe family, went to the State Fair Mr. M. -- her millinery. and introducing features never attempted by any other show for their street pagnant. No parade is complete without a caliope and Mr. Haag has spared no expense in this evealast-in- g feature of the parade. Not only have the ILA AG SAO WS one of the linest caliopes in the world, but have been fortunate enough to secure the services of Signor Lamont. who is considered the premienof caliope playre. and will certainly gladen the hearts of the children, and everybody as well selections. Will exwith hibit at Campbellsville Monday Sept. up-to-da- te rsoino School vJ miubi) isiiLiciiuuiuviiu ...n.!,.-!- .!. tot iVMav nn Iwr ro. the grand and petit Jureis for the ville, attending court. turn home from the State' Fair. She present term of circuit court: Mr. T. S. Scott, Coburg, was here; wasaccnmnanied on her return bv her OKAND .IUKY. McFar- C. Davidson, (Foreman:) at the oneuuig of Court T. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M.r. 31. i J. Cravens went to the State last Friday. 'Phnrsfln.v. ' rs- - Hiram Halloo, of Rowena, was r i t . List of Jurors. The following gentlemen make up Rowe was here from Camp- - land. C. bellsville a few days ago. Misses Floy Beck and Fay Williams, Sewellton, passed through here en Mr. V. S. Howard, of London, visit route for Indianapolis to visit tleir ed in Columbia last week. 11. II. C. Feese, W. II. Williams, J. P. Beard, W. It. Luttretl, John Bell, Dave Willin. T. O.Letcher, J. B. Watson, M. O. 5tevenson,Abner G. W. Dudley, r' aiEd ( Jamie Warriner. They Brockman. petit juuy. Mr. 15. II. Gilpin called to see our vvji stop over Ior the Fajr at .lo. N. Conover, J. F. Gilpin, J. W. ' a few days ago. ville- Thompson, J. J. Dudley, J. II. Pelley. Mr. G. W. Dillon and Dr. II. Mrs. E. W. Reed, of this place, who Jno. Thurman, Noah Akin, S. E. Al-- 1 Simpson, were here Monday. submitted to an operation in Louis- - len, C. M. Hindman, N. T. Mercer, ' viHe, last week, is getting along Jno. M. Rule, J. H. Rodgers, II. W. j Messrs. Finis and R. T. Baker. tti butshe will not be able to return Wilson, B. G. Redman, Jno. Arnold, were here Monday. , home for two weeks. She is at St. Elmer Hammond, Porter England, Mrs. Henry nurt visited Louisville, Anthony Hospital. Brice Edwards, P. S. Monroe, Lucian She was a loving companion, a ast week and attended the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Price and their Hetidrickson, A. L. Dulworth, G. A. kind mother and grandmother, Mr. James Holladay and his sister, j llt,iH ,, T,np t1i1Is, Helm, J. B. Riggins, W. A: Burten. llrt Mi and was 'oved by all who knew Lois, have returned to Georgetown Eubank wcrcln Louisville last week, BYSTANDERS. College. H. C. Corbin, Fred Densou, W. P. her. attending the State Fair. The two y Burton, R. G. Price, J. M. Corbin. T. The funeral services were held Mr Wm. Irvine, Russell Springs, is ladies mentioned also selected i E. Waggener. for this market. Mrs, W. II. is visiting his daughter. i at the heme by Rev. J. E. Scott Wilson. Mr. 0. 0. Holt, wife and son, I. L. U. after which she was laid away, Messrs. Ernest Harris and Jesse Bradford, of Jamestown, were here j of a large crowd t i in the presence Murrell took in the State Fair last! last Wednesday, en route to the State Farmingdale, 111., Sept., 1, 1912. of sorrowing Fair. After spending several days in! relatives and week. t Louisville, thev will sro to Greenwood, Mr. J. A. Salmon, friends The family have the Columbia, Ky.. Mr. ... w. MioLbsimi wire, 01 lubi where Mrs. Holt has a sister re-- : ' Co-- . Dear sir and friend: berland county, are visiting near j sj(inr. sympathy of the entire neighborJumbiu. J I thought I would drop you a few hood. .., lrvigas, who was bom and linf'5 tn lp.t-- vnn kimw tlmt. mv, jio!r John and r.ii'u. c 'l""" ronrPfl I'rank xco-i- a. j j in .lii cmmt.v. but now of ww.wj, claim has been paid in full, and of' Farewell, dear mother, sweet Cn T..iJ were in attendance at the ULULV J? till ' New Mexico, is here visiting relatives course l am verv much Dleasea. last week. weary with years and and friends of long ago The last iavej0ne Drettv well this year, and l I Judge T. A. Murrell and wife re- time he was in Columbia was forty-on- e niaystay some longer. 1 hope you are , worn With pain farewell, till in years ago. He will be here sever- still working for the I. L. U. i think turned from Maysville last Saturday some happy place, we shall be-- it morning. al weeks, and in the meantime he is the tiling for every body to do, to L . Tis OUW to Mr. Gordon Cheatlrain, of Bakerton, wants to meet as many of his friends join ,and be protected. With best! hold thv face aSa,n- of ,,js earlier da's IS Pssle. wishes for your success, is visitinjr relatives and friends in Co- miss thee all our years, andten Mr. O. C. Hamilton, who has been J. N. Waggenei iumbia. der memories of thee ksep Mr. Herbert Cuudiil' has accepted a connected with the telephone ComBrack Massie bought ten mules, all thine in the Lord to rest for so position in Louisville and left for that pany, this place, for several years, left last Saturday morning for FrankHe giveth his beloved sleep. ranf V" pflce city last week. fort,, having accepted the position of $130to$18o. M F. Moora. Mrs. Ethol Bryant, of Terre Haute, Second Engineer at the State Capitol. head at prices from dlO to $185 per. Imd., is visiting the family of Mr. ne is an excellent young man and head. j Walker Bryant. and there is no doubt but he will Nell. The November election comes en I Mr. Frank Sinclair will be in Cin- - make good. the 5th of the month, less than two cinnati this week, purchasing goods mouHis oil. Died at her home near this for this market. The implicit confidence that many T, place Mrs. Mary E. Rose, (nee Mr. W. W. A bell, traveling sales- people have in Chamberlain's Colic, se ch for chaslh man, who resides at Roley,this county Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is j :Beh) wife- of Mr. John Rose. 4j;;jt S. McKinley. was here last Friday. ' j founded on their experience in the use She liked a few days being 57 Mr. "Lewis Humble and Mr. Fred of that remedy and their knowledge corn crop of Adair county is years old afc iher death The She had McFarland, of Kendall, Russell coun- of the many remarkable cures of colic, made and the yield said to oe unus , ... . . been in declining health for diarrhoea and dysentery that it has ually good. ty, were here Monday. i ell'ected. For sale by Paul Drug Co about two years, and had a com-Born Mr. Silas Denny, of the lirm of to the wife of Geo. Alfred: & Denny, left this morning for McGaha, on the 10th inst., a daughter, j plication of diseases, bne pro- the Louisville market. Notice. j fessed faith in Christ early in 1 have a large stock of general Mr. .1. Jl. Wheat, Denmark, passed .. , Farmers are busv breakincr wheat . ,. ..i " tire, unitea witn the Baptist through Columbia last Tuesday, en merchandise. I can please you in ground and cutting ' corn. goods and prices if you want bargains route for the bigState show. church ana lived a consistent . Wanted: Wood and butter atD. come to my store. My terms are cash Mr Geo. A Smith and Mr. John cnristian lire. She was so re- w, 'j. S. or produce, no accounts run. Lee Walker returned from Louisville signed to death that on Sunday J. F. Neat, Purdy. Ky. Jast Wednesday night.- Moiiday at from $75 morning called her family and Mule eclte sold l.Vit Mr. Lewis Harris, of New Boston, "' friends around her bed and talk- Texas, is spending a few days wifch TjCtwirirs Uncle Ezra Sgya, his cousin, Mr. C. , Harris. jed to them,. Her funeral wa.s I Obituary; take more'n a gill uv effort) Misses Lula and Jennie M. Jones "it don't preached by Kev. Scott, pastoiv! and Miss Maggie. Ijragg, o! Grady ville, to git folks into a peck of trouble" On August the ilth, 1912, the of the church at this place at her1 aud a little neglect of cousipatiohj th(? State Fair last week. bilionsuess, hidjgesllpil or dthef liver death angel visited the home of ; home Tuesday morning at nine McssrS. A. H. Holt, and R.E. Loyd, derangement will Ho the same. If ' Jamestown, were here last Thursday ailing, Take Dr. King's New Life Pills Jesse Breeding, and claimed for o'clock, in the presence of a ; night, on their-- way to the State Fair Jor quick results. Easy, safe, sure, its own nis loving companion, large crowd oi relatives ana and only 2o cents at Paull Drug Co'. Mr. Earl McGarvey, who spent MalindaJ. Breeding, who had ; f fiends. - She leaves a nusband, several weeks here, left Tor Nashville in declining health for ' one daughter, Mrs G. E. NsU, lkeep on hands a full stock of this morning, to the medical, coffins and caskets, also robes: .2 been Grady ville,three sons, one broth- - j some time. sclwol. hearses. Prompt, service night or day. Mrs. Breeding was born May er, and two sisters to mourn ' Mr. F. E. Bradshaw 'Abd wife, of Phone 2i). .1. F. Triptett, BurLSide, Ivy., visited relatives at 45-- 1 yr The remains. the 6th, 1849, aid was married their loss. Tttontpelier nud In Columbia last Columbia, Kj aunt, Mrs. safe Place to put your Children. Offers opportunities for education unexcelled anywhere. Enter Sept. 3rd, and get in line for advancement in College work, Teaching, Business, Music, Expression. Tuition, $2, 'S3, $4; Board $9.50 per month. Write for Catalogue. A Louis-grocerym- en B-- 1 Neilson & Moss, Columbia, Kv. lunabouts. It ) ; nice-Ainandavi-lle, 8 , es Surreys J I I I mil-line- Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. , ! iM -- ! '.... I A i i . -- I Greensfaurg Kentucky, Sells A Car Load Of Buggies Salurdav. Mtoi T -- Saturday June 22nd. Main - I , : ... Greensburg was Blocked! for two hours with Buero-iesold oo s .Street Pat-fceso- n. by Wood Lewis. Da ring- the - i I ! ; day Town Marshall on to clear the street. called ! yhat IS. ' the cause of these Phenomenal! Sales. re-ent- r Sality, i Styles and Easy Rldfni week. Dr. S. l). Miller and his daughter, MissSfifiie, Mr. Claud Miller and Prof. A H. Mallard attended the State Fair Jast- - week. "Mr. -- Elmer Wheat and family, who recently removed from Jamestown to Tier bowels. Texas, returned to their former home digestion and regulate Co. !!!. LIbL sale by Paull Drug For last week. to Jesse Breeding, March the and to this union ten Running up and downstairs, sweep-- f 10th, ing and bending over making beds will children were born seven boys not make a woman healthy or beauti- 'and three girls all still living, missed by her famiiy and her ful. She must get out of doors, walk Mrs. Breeding professed religj friends. She was such a good a mile or two every day and take Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her ion in 1865, and joined the Bap- - woman and a good neighbor. CI1U1C1J, REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy were carried to Union and; man, the Mower and Binder man,- - the laid to rest to wait the resurrec- tion mourn. She will be greatly .n qol i n P the Fair mi Engine man, sr l .jKJ V - Implement man. 1...uaIi 1?t?viv living n a ?ni4-Vl'ft- 1 JuubiiJ-u- i . Mr. J. T. Barbee, Jr.. returned from Mr. AYm. Bradshaw received here, and when she found she could the State Fair last Wednesday night. head of cat stay no longer, she told her folks last week, tweney-seve- n Mrs. Barbee will remain, visiting in tie, bought from John C. and T. W. the city isis week. Viovo was Tint- a thino- - herlwftv ,. Dohoney, at $4.20 per cwt. " 0 in Mr. Geo. Hindman,, of Western Misfor she was ready to go, and she souri, is visiting relatives In the coun-tMr. and Mrs. Tom Combs have closed a meet-in- told them she wanted to be burRev. D. Hllowerton He is a native of Adair, born and at Friendship, Taylor county with ied at heme, and also told them been visiting Mr. Combs father reared on Big Creek. seven additions to the church, five by at Tompkinsville, for the last how she wanted to be buried. M rs. Goe. W. Staples? is in Cincin- baptism. . week. nati this week, laying In her iall milShe bore her affliction with paFor" some reason tHe work of put linery. She will return with Miss Mr. Gilford Hamilton is finishv never murmuring, alting up the iron bridge at the Burk tience, West, who trimmed for her last though her suffering was- great. ing up a large tobacco bam "fordy Isprogressingvslowly. Christian until the end came, v.s. - - There are several cases of in here. Mr. Jas. Bell had a stroke of paralysis three weeks ago and is still m a very serious condition. dip-ther- ia y. g GREENSBURG, KY.' v.- TT . The Adair County News and One Year for $1.50. Coarier-Journ- al -- Both i 6 K THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS What's The Matter With Your Baby? The younff mother and many an old bne, too is often puzzled to know the cause ot her child's ill nature. The loudness of its crying: does not necessarily indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothing more the matter with it than a headache or a feel- -' tiur of general dullness. It cannot, of Bourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. TCine times out of ten, you will find it is all the child needs, for its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that the lias been remedied the headache, ' evisluggishness and the many other constipation and indigestion dences of will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will act as purgatives, and they are too strong for a child. In the families of Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxative given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and its very recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a srentle bowel ' General News Items. mildness and freedom from griping Hamilton King, of Michigan, United States Minister to Siam, died at Bangkok. Prof. E; J. Kinney, in an address, declared it a mistaken idea to rotate corn and wheat. The plant of the Lucas Land & Lumber Company, at Paducah, was destroyed by fire with a loss of $65,000. It is said $100,000 was saved to Kentucky by the purging of the school census is various parts Pfeosxssxs UUUJ? B WEEKLY 5) PNEUMON iAi left me with a frightful cough n d vonr wpftlr. T hiirl snells when I co?i J H hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 H minutes, my aocior couiu couiip me, but I was completely cured -- y UE COURIER -J- OU I Kb I iB If i B 1 iS &L. !( m 3) HENRYWATTERSON, Editor Is a Naoional Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is Si, 00 a year, but yon can get the WEEKLY C.OURIEPv--JOURNA- L DR. KING'S New Dissovgri Mrs. Thousands of American stimulant. families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charjro by simoly addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticcllo. 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. il f S J. E. Cox, Joliet, II;. .00 AT ALL DRLGGISTS. 5n AND S1 S C. D. Crenshaw SURGE0S i The Daily HP lllllw And The . Adair County News Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the of the State. Four State experimental farms will be established at once under the direction of the Kentucky Experiment Station. A Louisville preacher will invite political orators to address his congregation at stated times during the campaign, Thenty-nin- e Chinese students, two of whom are girls, reached Seattle on their way to matriculate in Eastern universities. At their home near Maryville, Tenn., Mrs. James Carver shot and killed her husband, later surrendering to the authorities. For the first time in- years a merchant vessel, flying the American flag, is about to sail from New York to a Mediterranean port. Ezra K. Bartlett, a former - VETERINARY S ?) Us pi yi B)TK N.E I to TY NEWS ! '5 YEAR SG233 K. i - Special Attnetin to Eyes sr-gical I Fistulo, Spavin or any 1 ana work done at fair price well fixed to take care of stock. Mod ey due when work is done or steek removed from stables. Poll-evi- l, t) i you will give or paper send your order to this not to the Courier-.- ? ournal. i iO 2 Jftl LOCATION KEAR ED KUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSYILLE tally Courier-Journ- al, Joseph il. Stone, Attoney-AMa- v iunday Courier-Journ- The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States sub- - ' scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. Louisville man, who made millions in the West, died suddenly of overexertion at the New York Athletic Club. postage stamp in A two-cecommemoration of the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition in San Francisco in 1915 was approved by nt ;: ;! We can give you ;i combination out rate on Daily r unrlav if von will write this paper. I ... al, Will pradice in this and adjoining "counties. Jamstovvn, ' : Kentucky numauArfM I j, why IjCour-'N0- t t ir County News and Week the Postmaster General. Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. D SI After a walk of five miles, fol- lowing the body of the late Gen. William Booth to the cemetery in London, about 100 Salva- The Courier Tou will need a Daily paper During the Presidential Contest And The Louisville Times will keep you tionists fainted from the heat. Farmers in Denton county, Texas, are plowing by moonlight in order to avoid the attack of the fly that has caused the death of livestock in Northern Texas. Four persons were killed when a passenger train on the Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha raiiroad backed into a limousine Wis. m Attention The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name address and money to iJournai? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We Can Furnish You near Camp Douglas Posted. C 1 i 1 I J I Ail Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books Joseph Russell, of Louisville, was shot and instantly killed at Lexihgton by Charles Sawyer, it is said, for whom the dead man had a short time previouly taken out a peace warrant. The Steamer Nantucket was swept by fire and sank to the bottom in Baltimore harb6r, members of the crew and fire fighters narrowly escaping- - The vessel was valued at $450,000. Funeral services for General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, were held in Londo' , 34,000 people taking part in the ceremonies. The General's body rests in a plain pine coffiu. The News, Columbia, Ky. The Adair County Sews and the f Courier-Journa- l. 0. G. HARDWiCC, Prcs. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec j ! L T-r- r T. Pyne Mill & Sui r 3 H r II Both One Year For $1.58 !V 188 1.0 WUimiBlKlunAa, 1301 .tr -- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED ,m S mflCHINlSTS I IV ... WE.MUC.rt Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once ie ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. W. ! we can aisu enve njoerai ;combination rate ,vith Da.lv or Sunday Courier Journal. V ; : ... Governmen Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Postmaster General Hitchcock has issued an order increasing the salaries or rural mail carrier on standard routes from $1,000 to Gl.100 a year and the pay of those on shorter routes proportionately. lives were At least twenty-tw- o lost in a storm which sirept Western Pennylvania, West Virginia and Eastern Ohio and eleven other persons are believRailroad i ed to have perished. traffic was seriously crippled by reason of track being washed away and the monetary loss can not be accurately estimated. During an electrical storm in Chicago forty fires were started GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TttlRTeeNTtf-MftLOUFSVILLe Write Courier-Journa- l- Com - i j MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK j ; ?m. pany, jLOUisviile, Jly., fof free sample copy of edition 'you desire, but be sure te send your subscription orderto this paper NOT to. feh Courier Journal. T - -- Tr. . JOUBINQ WORK SOL ICTHL - " lW0&r- ' '- - ', fa'tv:agAir:;a'",J'WP,arillHM -- Tli AI) Kinds of Machinery Repaired j pi s tfjwmnwi r Cs8r$ v. The Apair County News and Daily Courier-Journ- al 8zziG A ?as?r Trim &Yim 8 fc r,:ijnia i stomach, head a 3 ir.. 'x.' I t j by lightning. iiuaut) mu xee, PRICE 50CTS. T. Alston. Ralo.Vh ? liver and kidneys dH r.ot woril but four bottles of oneiric -- itcrtsjl, E'JPlte ta ai js.e a nevp rsr.n,- AIL D,.uu STOSES. J rt i.V A. .. m ff Tfl ADAIR Girlhood. COLT NTY NEWS Zion. Bad Spells " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollis Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was n, almost and had io give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid Cardui relieved me, when everything for 5 weary years else failed." bed-ridde- time before leaving for their Arizona home. Edmonton News. 1 V TAKE Woman'sToriic If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. tor Special Instructions, and Write io: The To be a girl is to be in the The School Law. happiest state possible to humanity; but girls do not know it. Every parent or guardian havThey are always looking forward to something, wanting ing control of any child between something a diamond or a beau, seven and twelve years, inflattery or new gowns. They clusive, shall see that the child rather envy women a little attends some public or private ahead of them, who have more school for the full common school and are some- or graded term each year. Any times jealous of some married such parent or guardian who woman who flirts and makes a shall make a false statement concerning the age of such child dash, "I'm only a young-girl,we heard one say. Only a young shall be fined in any sum not exgirl! Oh, be glad of it; delight ceeding fifty dollars, or by imself-possession, " Ladies' Advisory Deot Chattanoora Medicine Co.. Chattanooea. Tenn.. book. " Home Treatment lor Women." sent tree. J 57 ce " in it! Thank heaven every morning that you are still a young girl. The years will slip through your fingers like beads from a broken necklace after a while; but now they linger while you are still a girl a girl in the home of your parents, yet in the prime of life, with young broth- ' ers and sisters for companions. 'There will never be anything W!!f yfc Now is y 7TC the Time If you want to keep posted dur 7TC k K it When your gold mining stock friends last Saturday evening. pondents. pays a dividend. About seventy-fiv- e were present, Covers the Kentucky field perWhen you walk in the dark and a delightful time was spent. fectly. troubles, and at the corner of without barking your shins. Misses Flora McBeath and Covers the general news field her eyebrows, three little pencil ' When your auto tire forgets fco Mabel Hindman were entertainmarks, and a little fall in her puncture on a hurry-u- p ed at the home cf Misses Lena completely. trip. cheek, ana a mouth that does When the horse you play to and Elva Murrell last Friday Has the best and fullest mar. Mi not smile as readily as it once and Saturday. win comes in first. kets reports. did; Not an old lace yet, but Misses Clarice Stotls, Ethel When it does not rain on your not a girl; and then she will re- DEMOCRATIC in politics, buj Moore and Allie Garnett visited vacation. alize what it was to have a girl's When the girl you really love, Misses Mattie and Mary Young fair to everybody. ( face! Oh, how few the years last Wednesday night. vviare! How they whirl away! loves you. Mrs. Fannie Willis, A. 0. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- 7K When you have a good balance But, while'you have it envy no Slf Youny and Miss T)nra Ynnntr Sl MX woman her diamonds and laces, of cold cash at the end of the 7K TION RIGHT AWAY left Monday, to attend the Louis- X her carriages or her palace, her vear T ville Fair. The former will ex- VJ' 7K fortune or her admirers. While lid Our August rainfall has been 'tend her trip to Bosworth, Mo., stance. The Bnll Moose wanted one is in one's teens, nothing generous, and crops which prom - where she expects to visit friends to run him for Governor of Ohio, else is necessary, except to reised in July to be almost a fail- and relatives until but he declined the proffered alize the fact and thank heaven ure are growing with such leaps Mr. Eldridge Barger, who has honor with the statemeut that he for it. Exchange, and bounds that an average crop, been filling Miss Mary Garnett's does not intend supporting Mr. or almost an average, of both place at Knifley, as teacher, is Roosevelt for the Presidency but Meet After 56 Years. corn and tobacco may be real- at home. is for Governor Wilson, whom he ized. There are plenty of gar- Miss Avis Tupman has re - regards as the real progressive in Way back yonder in the year! den vegetables, such as toma - turned from a visifc to Taylor the present contest. Then there of 1856 there lived in Virginia a toes, potatoes and beans, bothcountyf and entered the Graded is Louis Brandeis, who has been family by the name of Howell. of the former crops being un - jschool) where she wiu reSume!well designated "attorney for 7K U3ually bountiful. The hay crop u ofndioc v the people." Mr. Brandeis, M M K V y W- V W V "W N Nf N' niv Ana in this iamily there were lv-www:ix.ix)in two brothers named Matthew and was aoove tne average, as was; whose right to be termed a pro- Mr. John Brockman and Miss ' .T 4ah n InA n rt wn n rt nlr ,, utiuiv. lYicttiuew was nie umci aiou tiic uat uiu(j, aim fall Pas" a . , . . . ' eressive even Mr. Kooseveit s Annie uuaiey drove to uoiumDia r ano nice many others or his na- - tures were never better. With' imiWchampions would not last Sunday, and were quietly , ., , ... . u. i tive State, he conceived the idea uls uuhci. ui muuey lu ue turn dare dispute, says: "Governor m, . ' ed loose next week to the poolers yjSOI1s speech of acceptance is iuF .. ovkrl iTio ivs3 7ril lluliaiIU the utterance of a 20th century ""fa" a scarcely settled region, and he oi the 1909 crop of tobacco,! children were visitinS Mre- - statesman. Progressive Amercame to Kentucky. In the same 'there does not seem to be any Hurt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. icans have in him a worthv lead- snpoinl rpnsnn fnr Wrf Hmo v..wo. year or a nttie later jacK uecioea 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD ,, W. Brockman, last Sunday. And Dr. Wiley, conserv- er. that he would leave the old home And on toP of al1 this the Pres We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long Misses Elva Barger, Mattie afcor of the public heath and try his .fortune in a new idential campaign is just begin is our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and Eva Murrell and Allie hated foe of the food dopers. country, and accordingly he went ning, and may be some of theivung. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. r lt a uauuiuaLea vviuj rt barrel" will! Garnett, who were at home to who drove him out of the Taft to Texas, and later to Arizona. SBINCH V Now in the years that inter- - find their way into these parts, attend the Institute, returned to administration, declares he is 50INCH A A A A A Mm their schools Sunday. for Wilson and Marshall, because Many Driven Prom Home. 42MCH Misses Tina Brockman and both men have fought in their although they have known of T KiVery year, in many parts ot the each other's location, and have country, thousands are driven from Carrie Willin are in Louisville respective states for the things SSIKCH their homes by coughs and lunjj disH,tllUl he contended for in the depart- Jt ll it fll II 11 It 11 II II i fl II i corresponded, they have never eases. Friends and business are left this week. ment of agriculture. Dr. Wiley behind for other climates, but this is met. and not always is quoted as saying that neither Independents for Wilson. Last Friday Jack Howell and costly tlip. v:iv nf niilU sure. Aic better vv:i if llflpc: tn nn Ta; nor Roosevelt has any claim his wife came to Visit Matthew Dr. King's New Discovery and cure yswwaia 'jaaMwaafHX for the support of pure food ad- QTir1 hie wifV at Cinnr T.nnk The yourself at horre. May right there r; ELUVOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) Minf JMCtY 'HnrMTC1 It is gratitying indeed, to ob- - vocates. Richmond Register. with your friends, and lake this safe' meeting took place here, and the medicine. Throat and luug troubles serve the number of' conspicuous Hardware, Farm Implementsand Roofing. union of the two brothers after a Und quick relief and health returns. men of independent tendencies If you knew of the real value of separation of 56 years was a joy- jlls neip in cuugus, cuius, gup, croup, announced their Cearaberlain's Liuiment for lame whooDimr-couK- h and sore luncrs make ous event. IhnnnQlhlvnhlPfiRinir.finn nnrlAI J.H-- hearty SUPpOrt Of WilSOn and back, Boreness of the muclos, . spralnsn. i. . .UU.U. . . ...OJ w,w W...W. Vi 116!East Market Street, Between First and Brook. . i.n trl tt. ' ., i AT..lnr-uJack Howell and wifet will re- - al bottle free. uuarameea ,. rami maxn aiiau. j "" iikiiTnf-.i- "-- nnlnc- it. g vi saido-by o majui. uiaiiu er wish to Uq withoutJ" x uy iuac LouisviHeyKy. , I roam m this section ior some Drugg Co. Co Whitlock, of Toledo, O., fbr t i J ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair County News. closet, no ghosts in your rever- ies. Your future is all full of hope. You can fill in the dis- tance as you like. You can f an- cy a lover coming to you who is w perfect in all things; and every ) young man is interesting, be cause he may possibly be the other half of your soul. And every new girl may be the lifelong friend and confident girls hope for. As for beauty, the idea of a girl of seventeen think- ing herself plain, as 'some do! In a few years she will look in (5 the glass and see those fine hor-- v izontal lines on her forehead, on which Time scores down her I ; Last Saturday night at the hour of eleven, Mrs. Butler Bry ant peacefully closed her eyes in death, which ends all the trials and troubles of this earthly life, to wake up in a better world, where sorrows are not known. She was ill for six weeks, and all that neighbors and friends could FOR 191! do was done to relieve her suffering. She was laid to rest BRIGHTER, BETTER, in the family cemetery Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m. The husBIGGER THAN EVER band and relatives have the symTHE REGULAR PRICE OF pathy of all who know them. prisonment in the county jail not exceeding thirty days, or Misses Mary Young and Mat-ti- e THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Garnett have entered the L. both so fined and imprisoned. Any parent or guardian failing W. T. S. IS A YEAR. Mr. Wyatt Conover and sister, ' to comply witn the provisions of the law shall forfeit to the use Miss Nona, spent last Saturday If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE of the school within the district and Sunday with Misses Lena a sum not less than five dollars and Elva Murrell. TO US, YOU CAN GET Misses Mary and Stella Gar-- ! no more than twenty dollars for of the first offense, nor less than nett were the ADAIR COUNTY Mifes Allie and ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars for the second and every Saturday and Sunday. NEWS subsequent offense, and cost of Miss Lizzie Young, is visiting AND suit. her brother, Mr. William Young, of Fairplay. Stranger than Fiction. THE LOUISVILEE Mrs. F. G. Willis is still con-- j fined to her room, but is improv When the doctor says, "You TIMES ing. need no medicine." y Miss Lois and Mr. James When your wife refuses a new BOTH ONE YEAR THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 rts the t I Hol-lada- gown. When a your poem. Jr., left Monday for magazine Georgetown, where accepts enter college. they will FOR ONLY $4.50. i Misses Mary Pickett and Mr. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES When a summer girl refuses to Ihue Squires were the guests of flirt. Miss Elva and Walter Murrell, the best afternoon paper prinWhen a vacation is a real rest. last Thursday night. ted anywhere. When you have money after a Misses May, Helen and Ruth Has the best corps of corre3 honeymoon. Upton gave a party to their many ' , . One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly i ; j , Courier Journa! One Year X-m- as. Louisville Times and News . $4.50 , ! ! 7Tv7u77?51Jrill s TiNiTsiiiiTrsi7iT - i 1.1 S - ; I - il JT j-- - 4 i I" MJ- - h - i i . iu:i j ; -- ELLW00D WIR I FENE i "" ... - , i j 1 4- - - . j a7T7wT7T7771M H j j I 3TjJIJfjifJ MX h ! I ! j -- iivCT-a:- , : i ; DEHLER BROS., rn-- U W 1 rn,r. I r -o 1- - r I 8 Gradyyillc. J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Misa Smith is made for the woods. And the for Illinois, early in 1910; and uugwu wmu report is that they worked vigor- have lived in central Illinois U1WI Dr. U. If. Taylor, of Columbia, week in a series of meetings at ously and noiselessly until Mike since. was here last Friday. Milltown. was well on his way to Columbia. This is a fertile country inJ. D; Lowe the wellknown Mr. Ben Hancock was in deed. The present oat crop, Jamestown. shoe man, of Columbia, was in Greensburg last week on busiranged from 60 to 90 bushels our midst last Thursday. ness. It is so very seldom that we per acre and the prospect- is H. A. Walker, of Columbia, Mrs, J. P. Cundiff, who has see a letter to the paper, loved good for 50 to 75 bushels per acre was looking after cattle in this been sick is better at this writ- most by Russell County people, for corn. section a day or so of last week. ing. that we will now beg for a very Fruit is next to a failure on Strong Hill is in Louisville this Miss Ruth Squires is visiting small space, in order that you account of the severe cold of last week. may know that Jamestown is winter. friends and relatives at Whoop! but it was some cold Rev. J. W. Sexton continues in still on the map. a very critical dondition. Mr. Everet Turner, of this Our town has, during the past here and gee! but it has been Mr. Jesse White, of Columbia, place, attended the singing at week, been very lively, cause of some hot,...during this month, , this unusual occurence, "The nowever it has moderated some was here a day or so of last week. Plum Point last Sunday. and is very pleasant weather J. F. Pendleton bought last Mr. Sam Edd Squires, who Russell County Teachers Instinow. week an extra mule colt from has been sick so long, went visit- tute." There were some sixty Wife has had much better ing last Sunday to see his daugh- or more teachers in attendance, Robert Keltner for $70. and all of our toachers were very health since we came to Illinois, The late John W. Keltner's ter, Mrs. Joe Murray. and our two boy age 4 and 6 funeral was preached here last Mr. Bob Todd, wife and two much pleased with the instructor are in fine health, the oldest Sunday by Rev. G. W. Pangburn. sisters were visiting at Miami, Prof. R. P. Green, who we wish to add, is one of the most pleas- having just entered school. As Our farmers are very busy Green Co., last Saturday and ant and entertaining gentleman to myself I am just as fat as this week cutting tobacco and Sunday. ever. saving fodder. Ernest Cundiff sold a buneh of we have had the pleasure of meeting. Financial opportunities are Henry Parson sold last week hogs to Albin Murray last week The Falkenburg hotel, in ad- better here, but Social conditions to Silas Cain, a very fine mule for $38. dition to being over-ru- n with are more satisfactory in old Ky. Mrs. Eliza Brockman, of Illicolt for $75. I find Kentuckians scatterd all teachers, the professors, attendThe son of Mr. Henry Corbin nois, who has been visiting her ing the institute, had, during in- over central Illinois, and when has been confined to his room for sister, Mrs. Frank Shepherd, restitute week, an unusual num- I meet one it is very easy to turned to her'home last week. several weeks with fever. ber of "Newly "married persons, make acquaintance if it has not Mr. George Keney, of Indiana, Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Taylor, of Dr. A. T. Armstrong,of already been made and it cerMontpelier, passed through here visiting Mrs. Jennie Smith this Oklahoma, and Miss Myrta tainly does us good to read relast Sunday on their rt turn from week. Phelps, a daughter of one of our ports from our friends like that they hae been visitPerry Cundiff sold a nice leading farmers, of Esto; Dr. of friend Turpin of Oklahoma Nell where Mr. ing the sick. bunch of hogs to Eugene Gras-ha- Armstrong is a son of William published in your paper some with one cent of the mar- Armstrong, a leading merchant time ago. Mr. D. C. Wheeler is progressing nicely with his new dwelling ket. and farmer of Creelsboro, Ky. Come on again Mr. Turpin and when completed will be one of Mrs. Trabue Shearer sold two Dr. John I. McClendon, one of give us one more such, please, the nicest in his community. calves to Brack Cain for $48. our leading physicians, and Miss and may we hear from others Judge N. H. Moss, of ColumMiss Rose Hunn, who is teach- Hulda McFarland, a daughter of whom we used toknow and still bia, was looking after his farm- ing our school, is progressing McFarland, of Rowena, love so well. ing interest in this section one nicely and is teaching us a good Ky., and M. 0. Richards, of the To make a living it is easier day last week. school and all of her pupils love Wellf are neighborhood, and Miss here or at least there are more J. R. Yates and J. 0. Moore her. She knows just how to win May Dunbar, a daughter of Lo- opportunities but to have a good sold last week several head of the love of her pupil to get them gan Dunbar, one of our leading sociable time it is better in Ky. farmers. All the above wed- Here the universal motto seems young cattle at the market price to study their lesson. dings took place during institute to be to Mr. Geo. Curry, of Breeding: hustle to make money from week and the young men of our Jan. Dingo. In our last week communica1st to Dec. 31st. There it town, as well as a number of is work tion we made mention about the reasonable and be conteachers from the country, gave tented. Yes I believe sale of uncle Charlie Yates mule, there is are Mrs. Jane Campbell has been price he received for the on the si 2k list for the past few each of newly married pair as many contented happy people the a grand reception, upon their armule was. $140 and we had it days. in Kentucky as any where under rival at the Falkenburg Hotel $14. J. W. Campbell was sick sever- and about the hour of midnight, heaven. To all my friends in old Kentucky accept my love and Miss Maggie Bragg will en- al days last week but is better at with a genuine and old time best regards. gage in the millinery business this writing. Your sincere shivaree, which were enjoyed again this fall at Jamestown. Mose Wooten was working be all, unless it was the ones for friend. Miss Bragg is a lady of fine taste Jas. A. Wilson. around an old steam boiler last whom the beautiful serenade Formerly of Russell Springs, Ky. and we are satisfied she will give Friday when a plug blew out letwas rendered. satisfaction to her customers ting the steam strike him full in Prof. Edgar L. Thompson, of again this season as she has in the face. His face was scalded Bowling Green, was Sano. here at our the past. and his eyes damaged consider- institute in interest of the B, G. Mrs. Millie Hill is spending ably, but it is thought that the Corn crops are generally good Normal and delivered some very this week in Louisville and while sight is not seriously injured. interesting talks to the seachers. in this country. there she will buy a large and C. C Campbell has been on Prof. L. F. Gehies, was in atThe little child of Mr. Tom well assorted stock of Millinery the sick list for the past few tendance at our institute in the Swanson has been on the sick goods for this market. days. interest of agriculture and.should list for the past few days. Died on the 10th Mrs. Mary L. Old Grey, the old family horse our teachers heed the advise Rose wife of Mr. John Rose, of belonging Mr. Charlie Evans of Winto Mrs. Marian Morris given by Prof. Gheies I am. of 111., is visiting his broththe Nell community. Mrs. Rose died Tuesday. He was about the opinion that the time would chester, had been a sufferer from con- thirty years old and had been er Mr. George Iilvans. not be far distant, that we sumption for many years. She blind for five or six years. Mr, W. W. Wheat was in town would have agriculture taught in was in her 57th year. She was a last Monday on business. Revs. Jesse and Scott began a in our common schools. member of the Baptist church series of meetings at this place Mr. V O. Wheat and family The people of our town are and a true christian. Every day of last Sunday. But the farmers of generally, enjoying good health, visited relatives and friends her life. She lived up to what she this section were so busy with considering the extremely warm near Absher from Thursday until professed and when the end their fodder and tobacco that weather. Sunday. came she was ready. Thefuner-a- l they could not attend regularly The attendance at, our institute Mr. D. B. White sold to Mr. was preached by Rev. Scott and so on Tuesday night the was large and both of our hotels S. L. Fisher one mule colt for before a large audience at her preacher decided that they had were full to overflowing. home, and the remains interred come at an inoppertune time and It is to be hoped that a number Mr. Jim Weatherford and at Union cemetery. She leaves so decided to postpone the meetof our old "batchelors," as well family of Taylor county, visited a husband and several children ing until the fourth Sunday night as old maids, will now wake up friends and relatives near Tarter with her brother and sisters and in next month. and take a hint from what? has a few days ago. many relatives and friends to Deputy Sheriff Mike Winfrey occurred the past week, and will jnourn their loss. Mr. W. W. Wheat sold one was visiting in this community go and do likewise, remembering Russell CreeH. last Thursday. His "coming was that "time and tide wait for no mule colt to S. L. Fisher for announced by wire a few hours one $72.50. Mr. Junius White has recently Those who attended the State" pefore he arrived. Some of our Beason; 111. erected a new room and porch fair at Louisville. Mr. Eugene citizens at once remembered that their mothers or wives had asked Grasham and wife, Sam to his dwelling, which adds them to cut bean sticks last Editor News: Dolphus Murray, John greatly to its appearance. Please permit me space in Squires and two sis- spring and that they had been and Rheti so busy at that time that they Miss Nannie Wheat of near ' ters, Mary and Myrtle, Mrs. could not comply with the re- your paper for a few words to Roads, has been visitFinis Cundiff, John Smith, Henry quest, and not wishing to dis- my friends and acquaintances in Webbs X .. ing her uncle, Mr. Tom Wheat Moore. A1P report a nice time appoint the gpod ladies entirely old Kjr. . We left Russell County, Ky., for the past few days. aDd fine" fair, ''- ' they shouldered their axes and ? Bessie Zach "" "" M It's Money in Your Pocket To Paint Your House With Mastic J Mill-tow- n. i "The Kind That Lasts" than for an inferior kind. Mastic Paint gives themost beautiful, hard, enamel finish; will not crack, chalk or peel off, and lasts longer than other paint. Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated Paint Louisville, Kentucky ... j i Your home must be painted. - Two-fiorof the cost must go to the painter, who will charge no more for patting on Mastic Paint ds 4. Co., CO. PAUL DRUG j J. L. Wilson, Greensburg, Ky., Wilson Bros., Russell Springs, Ky., Simcoe Dockery, Jamestown, Ky. SI 'A FOR THE LAND'S SAKE! USE BOWKER'S HIGH GRADE COMPLETE to-wi- t: FERTILIZERS 9 m been thoroughly demonstrated by our leading farmers who have made field tests with Bowkers Fertilizers that the farmer who will prepare his land well and get his wheat sown early can, to a very great extent, insure his crop to be of the very highest and best quality and yield perfectly satisfactory. I am interested in the welfare of the formers of this county and I want to see them come to the front and make money, and in order to do this the farmers should be very careful in selecting his fertilizers and be sure that he is dealing with a reliable concern. lrou know that no local agent ever claimed to be selling anything better than the old reliable HOMESTEAD BONE BLACK FERTILIZER or HORSE SHOE BRAND CORN and WHEAT GROWER. If he did he must have been selling Bowker Brands. The above named brands are all manufactured by the American Agricultural Chemical Company, of Cincinnati. O., ana you can rely on them to be the very highest quality, none better made. See our local agents about prices. It has W. M. LOWERS, Gen. 1 Sales geni Science Hill, Ky I Humble. Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 taking care of their fodder and preparing wheat ground. Mr.-D. Flanagan has just finished a new barn. T. The farmers are verv busy DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST Columbia, Kentucky , Floor Fron Mr. Leslie Cooper aiid Miss Russell BTd'g-2- nd Mary L. " ach were quietly married Suno . at the home of the Q. P. SMYTHE bride. r 4 B. J. Wilson sold to Mr. Corn-bes- t, for S :IRE INSURANCE of Russell Springs, a nice i milch cow for $25. and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Whittle, REAL ESTATE of Shunshine, were visiting V relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday. m. H. tjones Lt. i. Jonas Mr. James Cravens who has & been very poorly with rheumatism is some better. Veterinary Surgeon and Dantlat Mrs. Ion Smith left for Illinois 9 years experience. Special attention last Saturday morning. given to Surgical and Dental work. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cravens Office at residence neacGraded ScKool , who have been in from Illinois building. PKORNO. 7. N. have returned to their home. Miss Nannie Webb is in very Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone A poor health. Jones Jones -- Sifd-dart- h. -- v ; -- - , What We Never Porgel DR. J. N. 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