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An Accident. ft Vaughn. 5 What can the parents do for the cause of education and what are they, doing Clarence Strange, Miss Allie Garnett. G Explain the purpose of the recitation and describe an ideal recitation L. Gabbert, Miss Nannie Rowe. 7 How manage pupils on their road to and from school Darei Strange, Miss Mattie Young. it at all. 8 Belative value of oral and written You can very easily make a house work Miss Nannie Russell. Miss look larger or smaller, nearer the Sherley. street or farther from it, by the color 9 Supplementary reading in school, you paint it. In addition to white how best managed L. C. Bell, Ezra for the big house, there are three other fairly safe colors for the smaller Hadley. 10 Which of the common school building. They are gray, yellow and branches do you consider the most im nrown, tne darker blends to be bordered with white. But white is the portant, give reason and tell your For most excellent for all, if there are method of teaching same Anuyliza trees and shrubs on the lawn. On Montgomery. Miss Albertie Bardin. 11 What can we as a class of teachtreeless, level ground yellow has the ers do to get education on a higher most pleasing effect, because less glaring in the sunlight A good yellow bases, and are we doing it To be dis.looks well on a large colonial house, or cussed by all the teachers present. a simple country cottage. Many small 12 The true ends of education-Pe- arl Hindman. houses look better in lead or gray than Estelle Willis ( any other color. White always sugF. A. Strange ( Committee. gests the simple or formal, but is not suited for bungalows, or houses with many gables or projections. Shades For Sale at Auction. of red and brown look well on such houses, especially if they are shingled If not sold privately before I will on all over, and the shingles stained. Saturday, Oct. 12, 1912, at 2:30 o'clock Green is often used on shingled bun- p. m. offer my home at Loretto, Ky. galows, but the effect does not justify to the highest and best bidder. The its use, especially hi the conntry property contains about G acres. The where the green paint enters into un- house has 8 good-siz- e rooms,halls,bath equal competition with the green of and colonial porch on two sides, and grass and trees. Color on the roof is all modern conveniences. Good garoften highly effective, such as red, den, barn crib, 2 cisterns, all necessary garnett, gray or brown, more espec- outbuildings in good repair. Beautiially on a tin roof, and green stained ful locust grove surrounding the shingles Jook their best on white or house Possession given in 30 days. brown houses. What has been said (1-Same will be sold one-hal- f cash, above applies principally to frame balance in one and two years, with inhouses. Another very important point terest from date of sale. Parties deto remember in planning to paint a i siring to examine the property will frame house, is the fact that differ call on the undersigned. ent woods should have different blends Emily J. Cummins, of paint ingredients, and' different Loretto, Ky. methods of applying the lirst coat or filler. Many painters get in such a The Men Who Succeed hurry that they do not consider these important variations in the value to as heads of large enterprises are men dethe owner. They just slap on the of great energy. Success, mands health. To ail is to fail. It's paint any way, just to paint. The owner of a house, however has a tre- utter folly for a man to endure a weak, half alive condition when American Union. the Adair County News for publicai-ion- . 47-- lt mendous interest in the durability of Atkins & Price. Electric Bitters will put him right on W. II. Got! has withdrawn from the job, as painting costs money, and the his feet in short order. "Four bottles Mrs. Bettie Butler ) firm, Goff Bros., and has opened a The implicit" confidence that many it is perfectly natural that they should Columbia Chapter, R. A. M., No 7, Mrs. J. P. Hutchison Committee. livery and feed stable in the want the best paint and the best serv- did me more real good than any other people have in Chamberlain's Colic, will meet next Friday night. It will first-cla) Mrs. Mary Biggs medicine I ever took," writes Chas. ice if they are to get a maximum valbe the annual election of officers and barn known as the Coffey Bros., barn. B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is He has all kinds of vehicles, fresh goue for their outlay. Mr. J. T. Barbee Jr., aud wife have there will be other important business ing ot suffering with Rheumatism, liver founded on their experience in the use horses and safe drivers. Feed in Fred McLean. All Companions in regular standing trouble, stomach disorders and de- of that remedy and their knowledge removed from this place to Louisville. are fraternally invited to be present. abundance. When in Columbia, ask We have not heard anything of re- ranged Kidneys, I am again, thanks of the many remarkable cures of colic, Mr. Barbee is a painter and paper-hangfor his stable. J, D. Lowe, II. P. by trade, and he was assured cent date about the building of the to Electric Bitters, sound and well." diarrhoea and dysentery that it has pike from here to Jamestown via Try them. Only 50 cents at Paul effected. For sale by Paull Drug Co of steady employment before leaving Running up and downstairs, sweepColumbia. He his a good mechanic Russell Springs. If the project could Drug Co. ing and bending over making beds wiil Notice. Mr. A. D. Patteson, sheriff of Adair and his friendsiiere hope how well he be put through it would be an enternot make a woman healthy or beauticounty, will convey the following per- - may do. Mr. J. T. RarrJee, Sr., acprise that would be of incalcuable Indicted for Murder. Educational meeting at Breeding ful. She must get out of doors, walk sons to the penitentiary as soon as the companied his son to Louisville, and benefit to both Russell and Adair church Friday night, Oct. 11, 1912. T. a mile or two every day and take counties. It will require some money will be remembered that some business of the present term of circuit will also reside in the city. It J. Coats will deliver and address. Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her to build this pike, but if a few hustl- time last month it was reported (That court closes. Jas. L. Fisher, of color, digestion and regulate her bowels. Every body should attend. ing men would take hold of it, in a Rev. J. E. Dyer had suddenly died at who will serve from one to live years For Sale, For sale by Paull Drug Co. very short time they could give an Campbellsville,. a victim of apoplexy. for malicious shooting. Chester Wat' There will be an open session of the idea of the amount that could be rais- From a dispatch from Campbellsville son, white, who was given the same One International Gasoline Epworth League at the Methodist ed. Another thing to take into con- to the Louisville nerald. it seems that term for forgery. He confessed. The ClOSIIlg OUt Uiy Clltire StOCk of Gen- -. sideration, the amount of work that foul play was suspected, and last week jury in the cose of the State against Engine. One Richmond City Corn ,.l,ml, nxh Knndav nicrl.t, eraI Merchandise at reduced prices fOr would be donated in the way of haul- the grand jury of Taylor county in- Robert McWhorter, of color, charged Mill, 14 inch burr. These machies will be special music and several short good as new. Will exchange the cash. Call and buy and save money. addresses. Come, everybody. ing, etc. dicted West Cobb, charging him with with house burning, failed to agree. engine for a smaller one. 46-Henry Ingram. the wilful murder of Dver. Lindsey-Wilso- n Darnell Bros. now has nearly The Rev. J. R. Crawford will' preach at The Master of Columbia Lodge, No. Rev. Dyer was an aud Gadberry, Ky. 96, F. and A. M., is very much gratia hundred pupils enrolled, and new if we are correctly informed, belonged the Baptist church next Sunday even- 47-J. II. Xance, who is known to quite fied over the attendance, last Friday a number of Adair county people, was students arrive every day. Prof. Moss to the Russell Springs Lodge. If this ing at 7:30. nis theme will be "The R. K. Young, J. n. Goff and A. informed us, a few days ago, that the last statement correct the Lodge will Criminality of the Liquor Traffic." Hunn, sold to Fox & Lillard of Dan night. The third degree was conferred indicted in the Taylor circuit court indications pointed to the largest doubtless take a hand in last week, charged with burning. his the prosecu- The commnuity is invited to this ser- ville, last week, 270 stears, weighing in due and ancient form. store-housschoo the institution has ever had. tion of Cobb vice. for perjury and for selling Miss Julia Eubank will return to- liquor in prohibition from Eight to eleven hundred pounds There is room for all who will come, territory. Lillard & Fox, Danville, and A. S. at 41 to 4 per pound. Mr. Young day from Louisville and Cincinnati, and teachers- - sufficient in every deHugh Ross of Creelsboro easily department The societies give an open feated Honey Melody, champion of Walters, Lexington, were in Columbia still has 270 good ones now which will where she has been several weeks seMr. C. R. Royse, one of our best lecting millinery for Atkins & Price. farmers, go on the market this week I session at'an early date. world, on the night of the 16th, at Thursday, on their return from Cumlft, some specimens of the sugar loaf apple' in this office last SatOewego, N. Y. The bell saved Melody berland county where'they bought 300 There will be a game of ball, Pick-ett- s 3Ir. L. M. Henderson, of Greens-four- from a severe knock out in head last round. cents- -of cattle at from 4J cents to 5J Large congregations greeted Rev. chapel, vs Ozark at L. W. T. S. urday. They were perfect in form, was examined last week before Melody's Crawford last ..Sunday. In the forewas terribly battered. face Campus Saturday afternoon Sept. 28, size aud beauty ahd tipped the scales Judge Carter touching his qualifici-'tio- n Ross came out of the bout noon lie preached at the Baptist 1912. at 8 ounces each. without a to practice law. Judge II, C mark. Judge Carter was busy last week un- church, in the evening at the Christ-- ! Meaghee. Baker and Mr. Rollin nurt were the til late in the afternoon Thursday, ian church. W. L. W.lker sold to J. C. Durham Richardson & Walker, proprietors examiners, who reported favorably Harrison Brown, who shot and killed trying misdemeanor cases. A great 3 Aberden of & Bro., of Campbellsville, issued. the Miget Mill, have just installed attd lisense W, T Hendricksou & Sou, of Irene, stears ot 6 cents per pound. Lewis Western, at Lula, Russell coun- many came off the docket. a wheat cleaning machine, one of the ty; was given an examining trial at I handle the best of fertilizer and Taylor county, bought) 3 mule colts in best that is made. They clean before-grindinWj. A. Wise, Deputy United States Jamestown Monday of last week, was sell cheap for chash. Columbia last, week: They paid $70 R. K. Young bought 200 sheep from and will also clean. for farmperthead fortwoj and $72.50 for the .f."E. Lewis of Cumberland Co., for ' Marshal, arrested Jas, G. Robinson in held without ball. S. McICiuley... ers, their seed wheat. other one. wop." Russell county last week, charged selling liquor unlawfully. He The Graded School now has over with Quite a number of cattle and hogs 'wis brought to Columbia and given two hundred pupils, and we learn were driven through. Columbia last , Reed & Miller have removed to their ' Eld.,Z., T. Williams commenced a AiKins en x'nee win. nave r.. or t.lm n examining trial before Commih-jleaerF.- from ProfvTurner,...the principal, that Lvoou anmntd tn t.i,T,,?cvifiii .t-- old building in South corner of the series of meetings at Dunville Mon- nicest lines of fall and w.j.. . ml-Winfrey, and held over. jeveryuiiiig is worning Harmoniously." iiuuoi w wmw . v MVMuifiiiu iuui n, square. day night nery ever in Columbia. t v er, put to the home maker by an experienced artist, out if you put two or three colors on that new house of yours, it will not look good. Don't run a band of red around the middle, and don't have a lot of ginger bread decorations picked out in a different color from the body of the house, in fact your house would have a much neater appearance if you had no ginger bread painting on Program for Teachers Association view of the fact from actual obto be held at Big creek Saturday Oct. servation, that so manyof the homes 5, 1912. Division 2Jo. 2. in Columbia need beautifying with Devotional exercise conducted by paint, and this being the most practical time of the year in which to do Bro. Joel Moore. painting, I advance some few thoughts "Welcome address by Willie Sneed. 1 Purpose of, and benefits derived with the aid of practical instruction, from, the teacher's Association Miss concerning exterior house decoration. Good taste in painting a house is Estelle Willis, Miss Allie Gibson. not shown unless the house is made to 2 What should be the relation beharmonize with its neighbors, and a tween parent and teacher, tell of the man ought to take as much pride in responsibility of each George Aaron. the appearance of the community in F.3A. Strange. Home and school government and which he lives, as in that of his own ends sought Miss Ethel Moore, F. E. property, and in striving for something different from any one else, a Webb. 4 Kinds of punishment, proper, house owner often commits an error, the end to be gained through by merely making his home look compunishment, the childs idea of punishmon and unattractive. ment Alvin Rosson, Miss Carrie This bit of advice is not Editor 2sTews; In im-prop- 2) to-da- y, run-dow- n, Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Last Friday morning Mr. James Mr3. Tobias Huffaker met with a On Thursday Sept. 19, 1912, at the W. Newman sends out the following re- Rubarts, who resided near Dunnville, painfui accident last friday afternoon. home of the bride's father, Mr. J. and who was one of the best citizens She was in Columbia Johnson, Miss Rhoda Gertrude, their port from Frankfort: and left town The report on corn at September of Casey county, sucumbed to the for oldest daughter, was happily married the Cyclone school-housthree to Mr. Herbert Furkin, at 7:30 p. m. lirst shows an improvement, and in- ravages of typhoid fever, and in the miles out on the pike, where her in the presence of a few friends and dicates a yield of 92.8 per cent as presence of his devoted wife and a daughter, Miss Willard, teaches. She relatives by Rev. J. A. Johnson in his against 84.5 per cent for the month of number of friends crossed to the other was driving a horse not use to auto most solemn, and impressive manner. August, an increase of 8.3 per cent. side. mobiles, and the. one due here at 3 p. He was about thirty-fiv- e years old, m., came meeting her, Thev marched to the parlor by the Dark tobacco shows a condition of 31.6 but before the soft strains of music of Loves Old per cent, and Burley is even better, a zealous member of the Christian machine got in sixty yards of her, the Sweet Song rendered by Mrs. R. X. showing a condition of 87.5 per cent. church and superintendent of the animal became scared, made a quick Out of a total crop yield in Kentucky Sunday school. Chewning. whirl, upsetting the buggy. Mrs. of a money value of $110,000,000, the He was a brother-in-laof Mrs. R. Huffaker received a cut on The bride was handsomely dressed the head, F. Rowe, this place. Three weeks and aside from in white satin and was very beautiful. corn and tobacco crops represent being terribly frightThe conditions reported in- ago he attended the funeral of his ened, the damage will give Miss Rosa Chewning bridesmaid, her but Mr. J. R. Wade,' and was dressed in white and formed a dicate splendid yields of the largest father-in-lalittle trouble. money-value- d crops of the State: was a perfect picture of health. charming personality, while the groom The second crop of potatoes shows The deceased was a tine business The accident occurred between the and best man, Mr. John Smith were e and the school-housand we an acreage of 90.G per cent, with a man and will be greatly missed. For attired to suit the occasion. are glad that it was not of a serious Miss Johnson was a charming young condition 97.7 per cent. An acreage a number of years he sold goods at nature. lady, and having a wide circle of of cow peas of 91.7 per cent, shows Dunnville. Mrs. Rowe aud her niece, Miss Sal-li- e friends, was quite popular among the that Kentucky is beginning to appreciate the value of these two legumes E. Murphey, who is in school here, Rally Day, Casey County Schools. young people of this community, and in his crop rotation. attended the funeral. will be greatly missed'. The pasture conditions continue The groom is a young man of Friday, September the 20. was obsplendid, a condition of 99.G per cent Nol so Bad. and a prosperous grocer- served as Rally Day by the Casey is reported, as does the condition of man of Cane Valley. county schools. gardens, which is 95.7 per cent. Immediately after the ceremony, acThe following dispatth appeared in Profs. H. H. Cherry and R. P. Taken as a whole, indications are companied by Miss Chewning and Mr. Friday's Louisville Times, sent Green, of Bowling Green, and Supt., for a better crop for 1912 than has last Smith, couple left for Cane Yalley the from Gradyville, this county: T. J. Coats, of Frankfort, delivered home an of the groom's parents,, where been shown at any time during the n Mose Wooten, a farmer excellent addresses to thirty-fiv- e hunorop year. elegant repast was served, and. to of this county, was seriously, if not dred persons on the Fair grounds at receive parental blessings. fatally, scalded. He was working Liberty. Twenty-tw- o hundred school May their lives be long and happily New Enterprise. with an old steam engine when the children participated in the grand spent together, is the wish of the plug blew out, letting the steam march. writer. him full in the face, burning Never before have the people of CaThe Adair County Spoke Company strike X him in a horrible manner. For a time sey county manifested such interest in will begin business in Columbia in the was thought his eyesight was de- education as they have this year. Our next few days. Mr. Eugene Welling- it stroyed, but physicians are working superintendent, J. C. Lay, is putting ton, who is the manager, of the comhard to save him from being blind. forth every effort to make this a banSale pany, was here last Wednesday and Mose was purchased a lot from Mrs. Geo. W. looking in town every day last week ner year for the schools of our county, I will sell The Adair County as well and hearty as he ever and best of all, he has the hearty coStaples, situated on Russell Heights did. News at a reasonable price and on operation of all his teachers. beyond the bridge. In talking to Mr. Leslie Jeter. inviting terms of payments. It is Wethington, he said: "We are here Fined Three Hundred and Fifty to do business to help your town and one of the best equipped country Dollars. county. If the farmers will bring in Valuable Land For Sale. plants in the State and is doing their hickory and oak timber we will pay out from $70,000 to $100,000 here about $7,000.00 business annualMr. T. I. Smith, charged with annually. We want all the timber I have 1G5 acres of good laud, in ly. This is a great opportunity for shooting Vester Murrell and his son, can be placed on the yard. Adthat Cane Valley, some time ago, was three tracts which I will sell private any enterprising young man. Outvertisements for the character of tim- at given a trial last Thursday and Fri- ly at a bargain. Two tracts are in ber and dimensions, will be scattered side business complications and bad day. The jury got the case about 3 Green county, near the Adair line, one over the county. " o'clock in the afternoon Friday, and in Adair near the Green county line. health reason for selling. Write or after deliberating two hours returned Good dwelling on one tract, and I am call if you mean business. a verdict for 350. The evidence was using all three tracts as one farm. Resolutions Ladies Aid Society. any one, or all three of the all circumstantial, no witness swear- Will sell C. S. Harris. tracts. ing that Smith fired the shot. MurDr. J. J. Booker, Whereas, the supreme Ruler of the rell and his son were in their room, Miami, Ky. universe hath deemed it wise to trans- and it was after night when the gun Sale of Personal Property. fer the membership of another of our was fired. Circumstances pointed to Our hats will be open for the innumber Mrs. Walker "Bryant, from Smith, who was intoxicated, but I will, on Tuesday, October 8, 1912, our earthly society, to that heavenly there was no direct proof that he was spection of the publis after tomorrow. Every one invited who is interested sell to the highest bidder, at My res- band of workers who have preceded the guilty party. in the selection of a neat hat. idence hi Gradyville, the following her to that home above, where the At the time shooting ocproperty: Household and kitchen fur- only law is love and the only duty of curred, Murrellthat the Atkins & Price. and his son and Smith niture, farming implements, a lot of its members is to sing praises to God, were on the most intimate terms, as horses, mules and cattle. Sale to be- therefore, be it Few, if any, medicines, have met the proof showed. gin at 10 o'clock a. m. Terms will be Resolved, that we as a society deepwith the uniform success that has atmade known on day of sale. ly feel the loss of one so faithful, as tended the useef Chamberlain's Colic, 47-long as her health permitted. D. Walker. Millinery Opening. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The J. 2d That we extend to the bereaved remarkable cures of colic and diarfamily our sympathy in this sad disThere will be a pie supper at New rhoea which it has effected in almost Liberty school house on Friday night, pensation of providence and point On Saturday, October, the 5th, we every neighborhood have giveu it a Sept.. the 27th. Also a joint debate them to Him who alone can bind up cordially invite the ladies of Columbia wide reputation. - For sale by Paull and vicinity to visit our immense dis Drug Co. between the Crocus and Inrqad de- their bleeding hearts. 3d That, a copy of these resolutions play of milliner. Our stock is combating societies. Question, Resolved, "That there should be suffrage for be spread on our record book, a copy plete with the most fashionable goods. New Livery and Feed Stable. women in all of the states of the sent to the family and a copy send to Remember the day, Oct., the 5th, e, w $88,-000,00- 0. w, toll-gat- e, " well-know- 40-2- m 2t ss er ! Thi 2t Odd-Fello- w, 2t e, g, 46-3- ... ! R .... . i - . ".. ! tv - THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS him that people that can control Yote Selling. spiracy and intrigue? The Presare put in office and that laws ident of the United States, Wilagent to Dodd Gaston yesterday, "there is a little matter I The Federal Government will they don't want are kept off the A vote selling probe has been liam Taft; Theodore Roosevelt, Islanders of St. Kilda, in the a former Demto bring to your atten- soon undertake, with the co- statute books: and the men who going on in Letcher county with the Atlantic, off the coast of Scot- desire know it," Dodd re- operation of local authorities, a do that are men who are inter- the result that about fifty-fiv- e ocratic candidate for the pres- land, were saved from privation tion." 'I' plied; "I have known it unique experiment in road build- ested in the great monoplies of citizens who are said to have idency, William Jennings Brya . last spring by the arrival of the days. You want to sell me ing in Kentucky. This experi- this country. been voting for a consideration and the trust press of the count British cruiser with stores. "I am sorry to observe that have been indicted by the grand were in it, all joined in the con- calls on a mental work is made possible by They were more fortunate than something. No man Ap- whereas the Republican party jury, and will subsequently have spiracy to poison the minds of e stranger three times a week un- provision in the the colony of fisher folk on the a plan to beat the propriation Bill which passed has practically fostered the to explain their actions before the citizenship in order that one arctic island of Nova Zembla in less he has stranger out of some money." Congress at the close of the re- trusts and the Democratic party the circuit court. The investiga- man might be destroyed to satis1911. For ten months it has Buck Kilby says he can't un- cent session setting aside $500,-00- 0 proposes to prevent monopoly in tion is to be continued, and it is' fy the malice of the most corrupt been impossible to open up comto be expended by the Secre- this country, the third party, re expected that others will be set of newspaper owners known munications with the island, and derstand why women are afraid presented by Senator Beveridge, caught in the dragnet. Vote to the history of the country." when at last a steamer arrived of burglars. Buck says no capa- tary of Agriculture, in Gener- proposes to take the monopoly sellers ought to be punished and with the He is too modest; he lias with provisions every one of the ble burglar would make the al, "in improving the condition into partnership with the Govern- - incidentally, a lot of them are be - ' named only a few of the nearlv inhabitants was dead of starva- mistake of stealing a woman. by them ment by accepting it as an in- - ing punished in different parts ' ninety million American citizens tion. The last man to die had If you can, on the day follow- of roads to be selected evitable necessity and bringing 0f the country, but has anybody who were in the conspiracy z left a penciled message telling ing, remember what the musical over which rural delivery, is, or be, established." it under the regulation of law; heard of the vote buyers being rid the senate of his presence, how the wool from the clothing comedy was about, your mem- may hereafter ' Acting with the approval of that is to say, making it a lega- - indicted? A man can't sell his ' What profound logicthat he been eaten, and that two ory has withstood the acid test. had iized institution of the country. his vote unless somebody buys! ought to be acquitted because Jap E. House, Louisville Times. Secretary Wilson and Postmastmen who ate of the flesh of their er General Hitchcock, Logan W. And when the men who have jt and the man who corrupts the everybody is against him. Ex dead companions died. All the created monopoly are accepted eloctorate is worse than the pit-children were dead and only two Casey Man Killed by a Bee Sting. Page, director of the Office of The Plug. Puplic Roads of the Department partners of the Government, do iful individual who votes fori women and three men beside you suppose they are going to cash in hand. State Journal. behimself left alive. A tragic postA dispatch from Liberty last of Agriculture, already has dispense with the men who are Don't make fun of the plug-script added: "I Chenoff, am week said that Robert W. Rus-sel- i, gun to map out a plan for distritheir necessary agents, namely, Absence of Business Frteht. the only person living.. My He may be slow and awkward of the Ellisburg section, buting the appropriation, which will embody the policy that the bosses, who determine who hands shake, my eyes are grow- was killed by the sting of a bee. and never get to the stable unfc eventually will control all dis- are to occupy office and what the It is an obvious and gratifying dark, but he is the fellow wh: ing dim, and I feel the end is Mr. Russell had worked hard all legislation is to be?" fact that the country is not the; in the end will bring home the near." And after that the im- day in his tobacco field. Just bursements. lease aisturnea over the probable coin says Bert Walker. penetrable veil. after sunset he went to his In the first place the Office of outcome of the Presidential elec- Increased School Attendance. plug borse that pulls all day in . mother's home nearby, to take Public Roads will cost $8,000 to . Fashion a Shy Bird. . Hon. Do what they may m pre-,- ,, field Duts more money in the During the pro- each State in the Union, reservsome honey. dieting dire results, the calamity ' bank for the honest farmer than . cess a bee stung him on the tip ing about $2,000 for future mainThe most encouraging sign of howlers cannot , ., create even a,., Fashion is a shy bird, and an end of ne the long finger of his left tenance in each State, It is be- progress in Kentucky is the won- - ripple of excitement over what! observant critic has noticed that hand. He thought nothing of lieved that $8,000 will enable m a"d - raay derful increase of school attendensue fa the event of Dem. j "nsfa tailors are not advising the frock the sting but went back home each State to put in a first class waiting ance this year State aupc. Ham- ocratlc triumph. In the past the coat and fancy waistcoat, which another race to be matched, and sat down on the porch with condition perhaps two post roads, lett informs us that the increase ,aIarrahagbeen heeded when .fc are becoming unpopular because his wife. In a few minutes he or to improve one rural delivery t. is not less than twenty-fiv- e per looked as though the Deraocrats T old plug goes out in tne Mr. Seddon was so dressed in shine .and storm and pulls ma remarked to his wife that he was road properly. The routes to be This increase he says is were going to win and the fear few dollars each week, the dock. The passing of the feeling awfully sick. In a mom- experimented with will be selectbut the ,. , . . .1. creater than the combined in- - 01 a cnange nas . frock coat will be welcomed by turned victory race horse waits for the day ,, ed by the local authorities. c Rr.. ent she noticed that he was falluicaac ui uie leu ten jreaia. mi. into defeat butnow we hear no many, and by many who do not when the track is good and then A letter will be sent to Gov. Hamlet says that this large in- ing out of his chair. She held dreadful predictions about a remember the execution of Mrs. him until assistance could come, McCreary informing him that a generally loses more than he crease of attendance is due tolnpmnprflVir3mi. fMf. Manning in 1849, who swung in steady old plug keeps when they telephoned for a certain sum, probably $7,000 im- the act of the last Legislature Though the Renub the countr black satin, and made that matemi .1 the wolf from the door, while doctor. He was dead in 20 min- mediately available for the im- nav or tne common! 1: t...,. ...i. t. w " ucaii party is au duc out 01 rial unfashionable for many utes from the time he remarked provements of post roads in Ken- - maKiner tne the race horse causes mortgage school teachers deoend some- 1. j years. There 19 an opening for n, so that he was feeling sick. Stan-fo- tucky, under this new legisla-- . what upon the attendance at Democrats seems ftobe forecIosed- who wish to change reformers inevitable the man Pin your faith to the and it is expected that the school. As is very well known ' Journal. there prevails a spirit of content' the fashions and are willing to Governor, after consultation with in Kentucky among the school iment ke?PS eternan5' at k' and satisf in business go to the stake for their belief. Besi Man Being Called, se- -; peopie who gets up every the highway authorities, will the News has been advo-- , and financial circIe3 indiCating' One can foresee a woman who (morning and does so much, ani lect the routes to be treated andcatmg thia for a number of years of& there is n0 fear the result rpu C1UUIUCI LU n is ready to do ifc again nexfc day' notify the director of the Office but could not get the Legislature A11 ' the parties and candidates be hanged in a hobble skirt, sojNew He lays up more shining dollar- York, was nominated for of Public Roads in Washington to pass jt until Supt Hamlett ' agree that the tariff must be re-n unau uicic ouaii uc iiu muie iiuu: uy .u x vjuvcixiui u.. me T iugitsMves uy what has been done. was elected. We believe that vised downward, and though in the bank than the swift spor: ble skirts in the fashionable .. ' v Ji mi j who lies around all summer wait j ! iirfivismn nT. rnp iawi .1 acclamation and without being a . -J nis c hi f'HS iihkii UKVisKii uc iiMMHr tms r tms is certain to oe done, ,. goes , snow world. And the enthusiastic to candidate ioromce it is believed that it will land the new census measure. a :i,: j ing for luck to come along an' vegetarian might kill some other ;thafc politica, partieg are now avoid involving the Government whinh the editor of THpNaws , . ... nil wnnwanr. rn vunri:. na-- rror o turn a stream of silver into hi- ...-.- donkey and die in leather boots, seeking their best men tQ pufc in the politics of making select-- 1 drafted, that in ten years there ' Pocket. One cackling Plymouth job In the face of the ftcfc thafc with the idea of bringing vegeta- t No ions and will relieve senators win be iewer illiterate wmte them forward f or office nen is worcn a aozer one of the presidential candi xock ble boots into fashion. Ther screaming eagles when it comes other kind deserve tQ win and and Representatives from much children in Kentucky than any dates is looked on by his ardent are many possibilities for the re the time has now arriyed when pulling and hauling. state in the South. Nothing in- supporters as the only man in to paying off the mortgage. The tormers who will consent to no other kind can win. It is uni- dicates progress more in a State America who can save the coun plug is the fellow who steadies wear the wrong clothes on the admitted that the Pro-- j than stamping out illiteracy and try and preserve the people's! the ship and acts as ballast wher Wilson Replies to Beveridge. right occasion. London Chron- - jversally party gressive in New York has giving a good education to the rights, and the odds against his' the boat begins to rock. The icle. plug is the fellow who leaves his been very much stiengthened by Chicago, Sept. 16 Through children. E. Town News. election are very great the bus- family in comfortable circumthe nomination of Mr. Straus Ohio and Indiana Gov. Wilson On Second Thought. mess oi tne country grows in Vin ie nn on1 IP nanQiiOA stances." did some impromptu campaigning Tt pnnh'n. Roosevelt Overlooks Himself, volume and activity the best and cleanest men in the today that was as vigorous as it . ues to grow as thft chances for Painting Pictures Under the Sea, The majority of men are hon- - gtate ifc is this fact which call- - was unexpected. est enough m other respects, but grow.- - Eliz- j Mr,v Roosevelt declares that Wilson's election ed oufc a tribute for him frQm He replied to former Senator they all pretend they like music. News. An artist has lately found u WoodfOW Wilgon Guggen-- 1 abethtcvn Ris nQmina. who Barnes, Penrose and of Indiana, Beveridge; Tip to book agents: If you de- - tion has forced both the Demo- way of painting under the ss, heim work hand in hand with charged in a recent speech that Kentucky Fair Dates. He goes down in a diver's sui:, sire to effect a sale do hot tell cratic and Republican parties to the big interests. This is all Gov. Wilson, if elected, would be to which air is supplied through your prospective buyer that the look around for their very best true. How about Mr. Roosevelt! boss controlled. a tube and other apparatus and book has been expurgated. men te nominate against him. himself. Barbourville Fair September there with heavy oiled paper and understand that in axspeech "I When there is no need to do a They both know that they will; It was not at the solicitation of made last Saturday night," said paints he makes quick sketches thing there are always plenty of lose votes if they nominate for Barnes and Penrose und Guggen-- 1 Gov. Wilson, "a very much es September f wnat he sees. He has painted VJICCU men ready and willing to do it. Governor men below the stand- - teemed friend of mine, namely, Vioim fViaf TClrirQv1 xx. iiaiiiumui uuwuu8 tiiu uihujjuiiuiu H ITornmi a picture of fishes that have fins Tank Beverlv says if a cirl is ard of Oscar Straus. It is a Senator Beveridge, said that he raised a political corruption fund so large that they are like the all right in other respects the happy augury of better politics It was at the soli- - TnmDkinsville September o Q.,r Mina fOQJ. of $250,000. wings of butterflies and make fact that she doesn't catch the when the best men command the about me, namely, that if I were , citation of Theodore Roosevelt. Sanders September the queer creatures appear to be ' bride's boquet won't handicap ' largest support and the time is elected President I would be con-- 1 It was not Barnes and Penrose flying through the strange green Monticello September rapidly coming when no party trolled by the bosses. I never and Guggenheim who, according fher. gloom, of the water. Sometimes Newport September It is announced that the Jap- -' can win with a bad man, Etown supected before that Senator to Dr, Harvey W. Wiley, bucked it seems as if many of the fary Horse Cave September anese will try goat's milk. Eph News. be- - the pure food law. That was Beveridge was a humorist; stories are actually coming true r Wiley says if they do goat's milk ' Morgantown September 19- - in every day cause if he did not know that done by Theodore Roosevelt. life. When tne VA'ill be convicted If you knew of the real value of was a joke be cught to have: it was not Barnes and Pen - 21. Frenchman, Jules Verne, wrote Guggenheim who failed The mule is believed to be the , h his fanciful story called "Twen Lexington October I2. SOreness of the mucles, sprains known it. When did he ever rose and ra!y deadly weapon the project- - and rheumatic pains, you would nev-il- e hear that I had changed all my to bring the machinery of the ty Thousand Leagues Under the Mayfield October l,tll0Utit- Fors,eby political habits? of which is discharged ftomjjj1 jaw jnto piay to send George W. Sea," no one supposed that any j "The way you can tell whether Perkins to the penitentiary for The Crime of 1912. thing like that could ever realiy the breech. to be controlled violating the Sherman law in come to pass, and yet the divers If the woman really loves her! Congressman Ben Johnson has a man is going husband she will give the agent jbeen to Seagirt to see Woodrow by the bosses or not is to judge organizing the illegal harvester Senator Lorimer has exposed a and submarine boats nowadays whether he is in reach of a boss trust, and- who then accepted conspiracy the crime of 1912. have made such a voyage almost an order to have a crayon por- Wilson. or not. Do you know what a Perkins' millions to run for a In his speech in the Senate he an ordinary occurrence, though trait made from his photograph. perhaps, no boat has yet descend If she doesn't love him she will The terms of peace between boss is? A boss is a political third term for president. That dramatically exclaimed i Turkey and Italy have been agent of certain special interests, was Theodore Roosevelt. Glas"Was ever mortal man more ed quite so deep as Verne fancied .have her own photograph who see to it, through gow Times. interests, practically agreed uponr completely Burrounded by con- - n or has traveled quite so far. St. Hilda's Inhabitants. "If you have time," said an U. S. Plans Good. ex-preside- nt; for-sever- al Post-offic- J 1 Post-mast- er j : . t l rae ""? hf f . " wit-tio- thf A sun-cen- : J ! . u .- 4. ..-- .. i I 1 i :; . , rt Jt; j i I Ij!;0 umv-uimmuaumiU- P- - .C I j , 1 1 1 1 1 1 .. -j-- j.- 1 ( i ! .... - ! . , j j f t m . . , j ; , ; -- -- ! j j j i r-- I j J -- i ' ! ! ! ; j i ; 4-- 6. f i i ' , 4-- 7. i , 4-- 7. " i 4-- 7. ' 3-- 6. ' j j ! 17-2- 1. i j j 18-2- 1. j ' : I j 9-1- - 2, j ! ; ; - jW.OWw.,. yc ,'. .. i--- 'tis. - K-- ? Jfc.!irtVVijwUli)il .2li - DAIR COUNTY NEWS eightythree marries a girl he ALSO ARMAGEDDON. had known two weeks. But i such is the impetuosity of youth. I When a business concern inGirl in St. Louis claims to have vest a large sum of money in a handsome store and equipment killed 10,068,000 flies, and we are for retail merchandising, the willing to take her word rather public feels a certain degree of than count 'em. Another reason for the unconfidence that the concern has goods worth examining. People popularity of aviation among argue that unless they had es women is that it is impracticable tablisheda reputation for f air t0 fi? while wearin a Paris hatvital statistics tells us that dealing and unless they had goods that they knew filled a New York had a murder for need, they would not dare spend every day in July. New York is a great place for a undertaker. so much monev. The women's clubs of Chicago Advertising likewise, acts as a guarantee of substantial business have declared war on the "mashcharacter. When a firm spends er." The most effective club in money freely on this necessary his case would be the policeform of salesmanship the public man's. A Brooklyn man, bitten by a concludes that it must have good back of it that have demonstrat-- 1 fish ne had caught, is now afraid ed their worth, or the firm would of hydrophobit. It certainly is not have set apart this sum of enough to make any man mad to money for selling them through have a fish bite him. The Agricultural Department the newspapers. A concern that does not ad- has just issued a little pamphlet New York World. vertise impresses the public as on the fattening of calves. However, it omits mention of her domestic duties alone. She wants meriment. The fact that it may to do her share In problems of the poand most important step ROLLA WELLS I have been in existence for many the first litical and business world. Mrs. Martaking away their cigaretts. shall is said to ive discussed in deyears does not help it so very tail with her nusband his action on Playing roque by electric light EARLY ONTHE JO the Baltimore convention, and when It much. The public may even was seen that Marshall was the man is one of Chicago's present look at mere existence for a who was got tig to go on the ticket activities, though nobody really with Wilson he wanted to know what long term of years as a disqualifiabout it need be ashamed to play it by Democratic National Treasurer his wife "It won't be any harder than being cation, indcating preference for daylight. Governor f Indiana, and If the party old time methods. It takes adthinks you ;re the man It only agrees Is After Small Contributor. As duchesses and princesses with my opinion," she said, and that vertising to prove that you have settled the matter with Governor Marare now going up in airships, confidence in your goods. shall. aviation may justly claim to THE Mrs. Marshall had the honor of beTO HELP. PEOPLE ing the first woman in Indiana to hold have been admitted into the an olRce. She was appointed county Short Stops. clerk of Steuben county by her father higher circles. There Is to Be No "Tainted Money" and held that oflice for a number of Used In Electing Wilson and Maryears. Farmer in California became shall. Poets should always apost-- j When Governor Marshall and his weary of hoein' potatoes in the New York'. A small, smooth shaved, wife were about to be married she derophize the weather as femine. cided that her last official act of the hofc sun and turned highwayman, middle aged man with a coat of tan office would be to make out the marEvery dog has his day because,' Advertising as a Guarantee. AT - . I I th-.ig- ht She decided that he hud better give np some of the handshaking and take care of his health first So when you find him making a speech he does not stay around to hear the applause of the audience. Rather, he hurries to his room and changes his clothing. "Some people have said that Tom Marshall is not a handshaking politician. He is not. His wife thinks it is more important to guard his health than to carry out the old time policy, and she is correct, as she Is in most all other things." "Home Air" Prevails. The Marshall home is typical of the mistress. It is a home of books and i still one does not feel "bookish." One of the Marshall friends said he always felt like eating when he entered the Marshall home in Columbia City or the executive mansion at Indianapolis. Mrs. Marshall believes hi a home first, and the "home air" prevails. "If Governor Marshall ever occupied j the White House people would not j know that historic institution " de-- , Clares an admirer. "Mrs. Marshall i would have it a real home. People would feel comfortable even in the j midst of the gold and glitter." But it is not only as a wife and the j mistress of a home that Mrs. Marshall shows !'?r rhilitr. She is a politician and a clever one. She also has :i remarkable memoiy. Governor Marshall has earned the reputation of being in a class of story tellers all by himself. He can remember stories, but he forgets names. A name is something to be cast aside with Governor Marshall, and this is one of the regrets of his life, if he has any regrets. The governor is not a worrying man. He Is somewhat n fatalist, but if he could he would like to remember names; but, not havins that ability, he does not worry, for Mr-- . Marshall is the new rememberer of the family. She has a peculiar ability along this line. Not only does she remember the last name, but any combination of names comes as second nature to her, and she carries this ability on down to the children and cousins of any one seeking the governor. While the governor is shaking hands and trying to remember whether his caller is Jones or Smith, Mrs. Marshall Is busy supplying the information and asking about all the relatives. , ! I MRS. TOM'S PART IN THEELEGTI0N Wife Has Governor Marshall's tiie Memory For Names. ROMANCE OF THEIR LIVES. The Notification of tho Indiana Executive For Democratic Vies Presidency Honors a Record Breaker. By J. C. HAMMOND, Of Democratic National Publicity Bu- reau. Indianapolis. congratulation over his acceptance as candidate of vice president oa th Democratic ticket a smiling woman stepped before him, and if one could have heard what she whispered In his ear it would have been something Uku "Now, hurry in. Tom. and change your clothes." And Tom Marshall forgot to ehaku hands with the enthusiastic friends until he had carried ont the orders of Mrs. Tom. Indiana has honored four of her sons as vice presidential candidates on the Democratic ticket, but the crowds that that thousands of friends of Governor Thomas Riley Marshall wore anxiously wanting to shake his hand iu Just about th- - time Ideal Partners. ! i ! nobody else wants dog days. The glorious ex-forn- ia. climate of Cali- - life recently The New Yorker who has The smooth shaved little man, who vented a machine to tell when a is to be the watchdog of the Wilson The dictagraph should be tried man is in love has gone to un- - campaign money from now on. was asked for vital statistics, whereupon and convited of perjury unless it necesary trouble. When you it was learned at first hand that he is of St. Louis, a banker and tells the truth. feel foolish, that's it. years old, was graduated at is fifty-si"Why, we are all fixed," explained Princeton in 1STG, or three years beAn eastern man offers to pointing to "Listen to your wife," advises fore Governor Wilson was graduated; Mk. Marsnall. have to pay the license "Yes, but I flying by mail, this at least for it." reteach that he has two sons who are Frince-toplied the governor. "It's all right for a medical expert. Being a medimen and a grandson who some being a safe way to study. day will be a Princeton man; that he you to make it out,- but it's up to me cal expert, he well knows the had no notion of seeing New York to pay the fee." And he did. Vacation and Christmas are Mw. Marshall is a keen student, organithis summer until damage that a rolling pin or flat- - zation selected himthensWilsontreasurer having established the practice ofand. goits' the two great agentcies for put- present the one thing ing with her husband on all his trips, and that just at iron can inflict. ting money into active circula-- , that sticks out In the appointment In be they short or long, they make it a his mind is that the new job cut in se- point to carry along some hook. tion. Mrs. Marshall Is as much of a huriously upon a most beautiful vacation in-sory. Walking is a delightful ercise when it is not compul-- , that gave evidence of much outdoor came into the Waldorf carrying a suit case early in the afternoon and registered St. Louis Mo." riage license. a. "Holla Wells, j ex-may- Governor Marshall accompanied his wife to the county clerk's office and watched her with, care as she noted the records in the big book and filled out the license and watched her as she carefully signed her father's name, with her own as deputy. Mrs. Marshall, having blotted the ink, said, "Now we can go." "Not yet" laughed Governor Mar-Shal- l. Governor Marshall has no brothers or sisters, and his parents being dead leaves him somewhat barren of relatives. Governor Marshall's friends are enthusiastic over his home life. When he has started on talking of his wife a new light in the Hoosier executive comes to the surface. They come near being ideal married CVHK1" Stf 2J,dH2Ti':'ZS' st-t- e THC3MS K. M KSUAtiT,. partners. "I was talking to Tom one day," explained one of his most intimate friends. "We were leaning back, and Tom had been telling some of his good stories to illustrate various topics of We were waiting our conversation. for Mrs. Marshall to come back from a shopping tour, and 1 happened to remark that 1 liked Mrs. Marshall better every time 1 met her. " 'Well, now that's the way she strikes me, Jim,' he said We have been married some sixteen years, and as time goes that is a long or short period, just as you think. To me it is but a fleeting day. Then I Ihink back over my married life and find I have grown to know Mrs. Marshall better every day. A man must not only love but he must also reaped hi p. rfn : in this life respect her in all thin.:.- She must have wonderful qualities to make the love and respect grow deeper and better each day. That's been my history. '"The fact that Mrs. M.MhaU ha been in sympathy in my work, my play, my life, is good. But I have been x n - ..,..,' ! j & Uncertainty of the immediate mture is looked upon by many men thinks he'll never get a chance f affairs, as a blockade to enter- to wear his fish net underwear. .n-.- and business prosperity, and An oid maid in New Rochelle Lms blockade is now quite apparent jroughout the channels of trade. is reported to have found a burgThe Presidential Election; the Lucky old Corts of Congress with no fixed under her bed lar jurpose; Organized Labor as a new maid. .'actor in politics; together with A Brooklyn dentist has become )ther matters of greater or less import, represent at this time a an aviator, and will now have a chaotic conflict of separate interchance to work on his own nerve. ests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. A San Francisco woman has a All want Prosperity, Peace and Plenty. Read with care the Cinspecial car for her dogs. This cinnati Enquirer, a journal that no doubt suits the regular pas- prints all the news each day from every commercial center throughsengers. out the world. A barometer of Another royalist plot in Portu- causes and effects that points out, gal has failed. The best thing a as a Beacon Light, the danger and the safeguard therefrom. royalist plot in Portugal does is As well known, the Daily Enquirer is the largest in size and to fail. highest priced paper Next to a game of chess pro- States, yet cheapest, in the United measured by bably a balloon race is the most quality and quantity. exciting contest that can be The Weekly Enquirer, with the cream and digest of all the news, witnessed these days. able and conservative editorials, A dPTivemreachersavstriat it 'market reports, methods and re- suits from Government and State . is a sm to kill a fly or break an 7?xperinlent stations, veterinary egg. It surely is a sin to break matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short and continued stor- some egg . Jc sermons, general New Orleans girl went to ' formation, etc., with the exclusion A - a11 matters of scandal and im-- v heaven during a five days sleep. orality is today the Qeanest This is the first mysterious- - Weekly Family Journal obtainable. ach issu,e is pons worth the price record. bourne round-tri- p ; ' a year s subscription. "When is a man old?" asks an! Solicitors for subscriptions make exchange. A man is old when a harome profited increase the good Enquirer in loses his hankering to do the uplift of morality aiidindasixy, he and for the betterment and v.elfare violence to the umpire. of the community. iVneni)S write Pittsburg man at the age of to Tb Cinciuuaii, . c However, if St. Eouis women do wear socks, where will they carry their chamois rags, A pessimist is a man who ADSE AND REMEDY, which he and Mrs. Wells had been enjoying in a camp at Little Traverse bay. Michigan. Mr. Wells believes in getting at Ids desk at 8 o'clock In the morning. "We are going to raise our campaign fund through the small contributions," said Mr. Wells. "I am sure that a large part of the money will be raised by popular subf scription. "The people have confidence in Woodrow Wilson, and they will give what they can of their means to elect such a man president "I am a groat believer in publishing broadcast, before and after election, the various contributions made. "There are men who can well afford ro give the committee $r,000. but 1 want to assure the public that we are nut goin In have any tainted money. "We are appealing to the people, and we an- - relying on them to help elect and MarsluMl "I have two iwiys who have been graduated from Prineetou, one live years ago and one seven. But it is not because ours is a Princeton family that I like Governor Wilson, lie is a great big man and the type that we should have in public life." .Vi'-NOi- t Woodrow Wilson says this is not a time to be afraid to "speak out in meeting." That he was not afraid is demonstrated by his logical speech in accepting the Democratic nomination. Roosevelt was willing to crawl from the White House to the capitol in 190S y Jf he could help his friend Root. he would like nothing better tliau meeting Root up a dark alley. To-ila- j 1 passed by the 1911 Indiana legislature gives an Insight into the governor: To curtail child labor To regulate sale of cold storage products. To require hygienic schoolhouses and medical examination of children. To prevent blindness at birth. To regulate sale of cocaine ami other drugs. To provide free treatment for h.vdrophobia. To establish public playgrounds To improve pure food laws. To protect against loan sharks. To provide police court matrons. To prevent traffic in white slaves. To permit night schools. To require medical supplies as part of a train equipment Governor Marshall has also played an active part in providing for protec tion of labor, as is exampled by the following acts: To create a bureau of Inspection for workshops, factories, mine' and boilers. To establish free employment agen cies. To require full train crews. To require safety devices on switch engines. To require efficient headlights on engines. To require standard cabooses. To provide weekly wage, etc. And Governor Marshall has consulted with hfs "partner" on all these bills. He is quoted as saying a man can't go far wrong in taking the advice of a wife if she is his partner as well as his wife- - at some of the bills that have been manitarian as the governor. A glance line. MAI1SHALL. j non-sectari- an . The Democrats are depending on the small contributor to help elect Wilson and Marshall. The appeal is being made to the people, and the people are responding. Having exhausted his supply of adjectives In denouncing Taft. Roosevelt is now leading a campaign of denun elation of every one who does not agree with himself. I ! Farmers have pulled against the Wilson will make the most accessible short end of the yoke long enough. president who has ever occupied the Wilson and Marshall promise to see White House. He is typically a Dem- that the' pulling Is made more nearly ocratic man. even. Farmers have awakened to the folly of the so called blessings of a protective tariff. Wonder how the colonel likes being n I outcast? i Eiur, oi-lo- in sympathy with hers. Ours is not a one sided life. We have been part ners, and that's the way it should be in this world.' " Mrs. Marshall has watched over his administration of the affairs of Indiana with a jealous care. There has been nothing of the specteiilar In his administration. It has been a sane govThe laws that he has ernment fought for and won show the spirit of the man. They are uplifting. They deal with the Improvement of man, woman and child. While Governor Marshall is described as a "tender hearted" executive, nevertheless he is a fighter. He belongs to the old fighting stock of Virginia. Governor Marshall Is not a dodger He has his opinions, and he lets them be known. While he Is an organization man, he knows that organizations are not perfect that they can make mistakes. If they make mistakes he thinks it s his duty to say so and get the saying over at the first possible moment Mrs. Marshall Is not satisfied with greeted Governor Marshall in the big coliseum in the fair grounds here today were the greatest in the history of the party. The west wanted to show the oast what could be done in notification honors, and, while Mr. Marshall was happy, of course. the honors for her husband, she was also worried, for hor husband comes mighty close to being father, husband, sou and partner all iu oue. Aud when a woman has that combination on her hands to care for she has every right to be worried. Governor Marshall will never gain any honors a a hammer thrower. lie is not built that way. While all the country was reading the vigorous words of Governor Marshall which told the voters wbttt hu expects Democracy lo do in currytntr out the pledges for the next four year, it's worth while to know what part a woman is taking in the affair, of tha campaign how Tom Marshall happens to be in the position in which he stands today. The good people of Columbia City. Ind.. never thought Thomas Riley Marshall was a "marrying man." For forty years he had lived with Ins parents, nursiug both his father aud mother, who were invalids, which was the reason Governor Marshall was not a marrying man. He felt his first duty was ' ..,. to his parents. nvj Meeting Mrs. Marshall. his parents GovAfter the death of ernor Marshall dhed deeper into his law practice, and one day an urgent case took him to Angola. Ind. His duties called him to the county clerk's office, and there he met Miss Lois Klm-sedaughter of the county clerk, who was assisting her father In the office. From that day Governor Marshall had more business around the county clerk's office In Angola than any lawyer in half a dozen nearby counties. Governor Marshall was forty-tw- o years of age wheu he was married. Mrs. Marshall helng nearly twenty -years his junior. . The Marshalls had" been married only a few weeks wheu the future vice president was called to an adjoining county on a case that would consume some five or six weeks of his time. "Now. I did not want to be starting; off like that" Governor Marshall explained to a friend one day. so I just told Mrs Marshall that I thought shc should go along. And she did." Since then Governor Marshall made a trip without Mrs. Marshall going along. They have traveled' all over the country together; they gw to banquets and political meetings until the friends of the IndiaCtt executive refer to him and his wife ds' mr y. has-nev- er the "pards." "Tom Marshall is not overstrong," explained one of his friends. "While not n delicate man, his constitution is not of the most vigorous type. "When he gets Intoa political battle he forgets his weakness. He gives all that Is In him. and that will tell on any man. Mrs. Marshall soon discovered that the governor would become heated Iu making a speech and t day his voice wonld be husky.. the-nex- si i V-- . t - r VI '. . THE ADAIR! COUNT? NEWS LARGE FALL STOCK JUST We have received our NEW FALL STOCK and are showing the Largest Stock of General Merchan-dis- e ever shown in Columbia. We invite your H ECEIV inspection. RUSSELL There is a probability, owing the fact that the race is Published Every Wednesday one sided, that the Democrats BY THE will not poll over 225,000, but Adair County News Company. the Republicans will poll much less a per cent of their vote. (.INCORPORATED.) There is great disgust among EDITOR. the Republicans, and there will CHAS. S. HARRIS e be the largest vote Democratic newspaper devoted to the We of the City of Columbia and the people among them in many years. Adair and adjacent counties. think that the maximum vote by both the Taft and 3 polled as Entered at the Columbia class nail matter. Roosevelt tickets will not exceed VED. SEPT., 25. 1912 200,000. It is more likely to be ... - less than this. It is true that ..- j""1 there will be a few Democrats Democratic Ticket. who will vote the Bull Moose ticket, but for every Democratic vote lost in this way there will For President WOODROW WILSON be a Republican who will vote Jersey. of New for Wilson. The question is how will the Vice President Republican vote be divided beTHE ADAIR COUNTY & CO. & 5 NEWS votes. 4 4 4 &&&&Q&&$Q&&&f&&$&Q&&Q&&q&&&qq$&&$ stay-at-hom- ln-re- st Post-offi- ce sec-ci- Empire and Superior Wheat Drills and 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 . 8 THOMAS R. MARSHALL of Indiana. For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln County. Mr. Roosevelt has the worst case of recallism of any man in His late announcement that he favors the recall of President puts him in the Information having reached will come in November, if every lead of the entire visionaries. It Roosevelt will lead Taft considerDemocrat does his duty as we Judge Carter, last week, that would seem that he ought to be ably, especially in the Eleventh. are sure they will do when they .some of the grand jurymen were content in pursuing a policy to It looks now like Roosevelt will have such an excellent chance to not doing their full duty, he had ad- get 110,000 votes and Taft the ruin of his party and in get possession of the Govern- - j the body brought before him If these figures are borne vocating a doctrine that would ment, which the Republicans and gave instructions number 2 destroy the force and effective- out, and there is no material in a plain, pointed manner. have so long mismanaged. ness of judicial decissions, but change between now and elecWe htartly endorse the Judge not content, and apparently tion, Wilson will have a plurality The Wilscn and Marshall cam-- 1 in his efforts, acting under the pondering to anything that over Koosevelt or ilo.uuo and paign in Kentucky was formally information before him: means to get votes, he now an- over Taft of 135,000 and a ma- opened at Lexington last Thur nounces his willingness to allow jority over both of 25,000. The Republican National Corn- day. It is estimated that thirty the popular vote of the people to thousand Democrats vere in at- - mittee in session in New York One of the most effective overthrow the highest officer of tendance, and intense enthusi- - accepted resignations of its mem-asspeeches that has been delivered our country. The president is reigned throughout the bers from Minnesota, Ohio and by Gov. Wilson during the cam not elected by popular vote yet, day. The meeting was address- - Oklahoma; declared vacant the paign was that at the farmers' for a trifling grievance or for ed by Speaker Champ Clark, seats of members from West picnic at Washington Park, New political prejudice, the Bull United States Senators Kerr, of Virginia, New Jersey and North It was especially prein- Jersey. Moose leader is willing to Indiana, and Gore, Oklahoma, Carolina, and announced that a pared for the farmers, who the volve the safety of our governGov. McCreary, Ollie M. James, new organization will be Governor showed never occupied ment in such a dangerous tangle States Senator elect and ranged for California. poli- the center of the stage in politics, ' V merely to advance his own others. It was predicted by and were little considered in Gov. Wilson made several tical destiny. For the good he is some of the speakers that Kenindirectly doing for the Demo- legislation. The farmers have tucky would give the Democrat speeches in St Paul and Minne- cratic nominees, we can cheerful- demanded no protection, but ev- ic ticket one hundred thousand aPlis in which he reiterated his ly thank him, and for the des- erything they buy is protected majority. In the next f ew opposition to the plank in .the ' truction of the party that has by a heavy tariff which in most weeks there will be speakings in Progressive platform which fa- . vors trust control by a commis-al- l honored him, above almost any cases goes into the pockets of the th county seats in the State. sion. other American, is a matter for trusts instead of helping to pay expenses of the Government. him and those of Republican the Measured in every way and . (lontrrARsman Nicholas I .cno- When tariff bills are considered " faith to adjust, but his recailism , judged by every standard, bov-- ; is the interests that ask to be it ' is extreme and dangerous, ernor Wilson completely fills the Whoever thought of ;President Roosovelt, stated last heard. bill of a man who should occupy week that he would support the The editor of the Elizabeth-- ! the farmers asking to be heard? the high office of President of town News has recently been "It is time," said. Governor .. .Republican ticket, the greatest nation on earth. over the State, taking in the po- Wilson "for you to break into litical situation. His forcasts capable, scholarly, courageous, your own house and live there. can generally be relied on. The safe and patriotic, he will make In the battle between the I want you to exam ne very critthe Arabs'and Italians following is the way he sizes up an ideal President whose single Turks and the present outlook: The vote ically the tenants who have been aim will be to obey the constitu- in Tripoli, the. Italians killed of Kentucky, in the Presidential occupying it. It isa very big tion and do the greatest good for more than 800 of the enemy. election is merely a matter of house and very few people have the greatest number. His ma- More than 1,000 were wounded. majority, as no sane man ques- been living in. ifc.V This good jority shouldbe so large that it tionable fact of. Wilson and Mar- advice to the farmers is applica- will serve lasting notice to the The ""SRooseyelt Presidential shal carrying the State. Under ble to all classes that have re interests that this is the govern- electors in Kansas will go on the normal conditions there arev248,-00- 0 ceived little consideration at the ment of the people, by the peo- ballot in tn'e'independent column "Republicans. votes in the hands of the Democratic not of the people by the in November by a decision There seems to be a general de- ple, and State and 228,000 Republican sire for a house cleaning, and it j trusts. reached by Progressive leaders. America. " J tween Taft and Roosevelt. Recently we had opportunity to get a full and fair expression from every Congressional district in the State. In the Third, Ninth and Tenth Districts Taft will get more votes than Roosevelt. In the Second, Seventh and Eighth Districts there will be practically a stand-of- f between the two. In the other districts The Jeffries Hardware Store o 8 W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated 90,-00- 0. j Louisville, Kentucky. j ; J WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Columns, rr.v1 f.y. M S&?Sd i i -- m Brackets, Mouldings, Stair Work. Ask n .UJbLJLl i i r II ( For i ar-Unit- ed Our Complete Catalog. Jack Johnson's . ii ! , I m white wife among teechildred of abstaining committed suicide. She should parents only one in ten proved have done the act several years similrrly deficent. ago A physician recently declared Effects of Alcohol. i i ! j i . that his investigations had shown that of 600 children born of mothers, 335 died . A recent investigation showed 120 drinking i that ten in every hundred of the in infancy or were still born, children of drinking couples in London were consumptive, while only two in one hundred of the children of abstaining couples were similarly affected. A study of metal deficiency among school children showed that out of 20,-0d cases, nearly came from drinking parents. More than half of these proved dull in their School work; whereas, 00 ! several were idots, and four in every hundred were epileptics. In examining into the history of j 2552 idiots, epilitic, hysterical of weakminded children in a French instituti n, it was found that over 41 out of every Medical Magazine. .100 one-thir- of the children had drinking parents. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- 5 Personal morning on a business trip to Eastern ICentucky. Attorney General Favors Mr. John A. Harris, left for Bowling; Common-Mr. and Mrs.- - J, N. Meadows Mn J. N. Meadows, of the James- Green College Monday-morning- . r andMrs. Lee McKinley made a town bar, attended court here last Judge T. A'. Murrell, left Monday Case Wednesday. trip to Russell Springs Friday morning for Mayesville, Ky. Judge J. J. Simpson was quite sick evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Milligan, of Louisseveral days of last week. ville, are visiting at the home of Mr. COMPLIMENTS BENCH FROM Miss Eva Rae Oaks and Olga Mr. C. A. Hammonds, of Russell R. H. Price. Lawless, of Owensby, were in county, was here Wednesday. Mr. F. L. Wilson, Russell Springs, town on Thursday nipht, visiting Judge H. H. Dunbar, postmaster at was here Sunday, euroute to Lcuis-vill- e From the State Journal market. Jamestown, and Mr. J. II. Stone, an The Commonwealth met re- Miss Alene Morrison. attorney of same place, was here last Reversing , running- - horses', to attend the Casey County Fair. Buggies Surreys ' Runabouts. rf wealth Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. f U i versal in four cases before the Wednesday. Indictments Returned. Court of Appeals yesterday and LOUISVILLE MARKETS Miss Senora Howard, of Laymay, Ky., who visited Miss Mattie Sinclair The following is the work of the in one the Attorney General in the past week, returned home Wedhis brief agreed with the appelgrand jury, discharged last Monday: nesday. :$ SellingLivuor lant that he was entitled to a new Latest Quotations on Live Stock Mr. Wm. Hobson, of Campbellsville, 2 Assault This was the case of was here a day or two of last week. 1 trial. Fishing unlawfully 28 Coleman Speaks, a seventeen-yea- r B. of P. Mr. Jo Eosenfield, of Middlesboro, G Weapons spent several days of last week with old negro, who was senCATTLE 2 Gaming his family here. 1 tenced in Daviess county for 2 to Shipping steer Petty larceny A- ?7.008.60 Of Mr. E. C. Page, who is employed at Furnishing liquor to an inebriate 2 21 years for voluntary manslaugh- Beef steers 5.506.50 the Frankfort penitentiary, was here Liquor to a minor 1 .. 4256.00 ter. In the presence of witness- Fat heifers and cows last week, a witness in several cases. Trespass 1 Cutters 3 00(g;4.00 1 es, Coleman drew a revolver and Canners Mr. Horace Massie, of Taylor counDisturbing worship 1.003.00 ty, was here two or three days of last Forgery 2 3.255.00 Mose Davis, another negro, Bulls asked 1 Feeders week. Malicious shooting 4.255.75 if he "thought it would burn." Stockers Obtaining money under false pre 3.755.50 Mrs. J. X. Page left last week for 35.00-45.1 When the latter said itwoulden't Choice milch cows tenses Monticello,and will spend two months 15.00-35.1 Common to fair cows ... Seduction with her daughter, Mrs. 11. A. Myers, Coleman pointed it at Davis and Extortion that city. HOGS Procuring an abortion fired, killing the other negro. Mr. A. G. Morris was here a few 8.75 Coleman insisted they were Choice 210 up days ago. 7.65 Main Mediums, 165 to 210 One of the most enjoyable socials friends and he didn't know it Pigs Mr. J. T. Goodman, TJowena, was this season was given by Miss Mabel 6.50 7.00 here on business a day or two of last Hindmau at the home of her parents was loaded. In referring to the . Roughs week. Saturday night. There was an charge to the jury in his brief last SHEEi' AND LAMBS Mr. John A. Webb, brought his immense throng of young people pres the Attorney General said one! Best, lambs 5.00 6.00 daughters to the Lindsey-Wilso- n last ent, many from town, every body ex 3.005.00 week, ne resides at Webbs X Roads. pressing themselves as perfectly de- clause "was in effect a peremp- Culls 3.00-4.lighted with the occasion. The guests tory instruction to find the de- Fatsheep Mr. Sam X. Hancock is now able to did not depart until a late hour and GRAIN. sit up. they were sorry when the time for fendant guilty of voluntary man105 Mr. Elmo Remine, an attorney of separation arrived. slaughter, and by this the jury Wheat Edmonton, was in court here a few SO was denied the right to pass up- Corn on days of last week. Unele Ezra Sgya. on the degree of the offense, Local Market. Messrs. F. P. Eice and T. W. Cal - "It don't take more'n a gill uv effort was entirely within its lison, Campbellsville, were here last j to git folks into a peck of trouble" which j and a little Thursday. neglect of ponsfcipation, province, and the defendant was ' biliousness, indigestion or other liver , ...1 Af : T.,4-1- . vn f... TJnH4H ... What-- is. 17 Eggs derangement, will do the same.' If denied the right to have the jury Hflnsiftv. nf .rnp.irRirn. Tvn:. wlin " 7I. ' " ailing, Take Dr. King's 3rew Life Pills pass upon the degree, which is a Hens 1 It ' i 9 :...'..: apeuoaiA wcctvs eij picudiiuiy i Jieiu, for quick results. Easy, safe, sure, right accorded returned to their home last week. him by law. ' and only 25 cents at Paull Drug Co. 12 Chickens MissJennye McFarland who spent"It is not the duty of this de-- 1 Cocks 3 two weeks with her parents and many . At-- ; Notice. partment," continued the friends, returned to Indianapolis last 6 Turkeys Saturday. All those who aie indebted to the 4 Geese Mrs. 11. L. Bunnell, sister of Airs. late lirm of Murrell & Miller either but, on the other hand, to see 7 John K. Murrell, who spent six weeks by note or account are requested to that every citizen of the Com- - Ducks in Columbia.has returned to lier.home call on Dr. J. X. Murrell at his dental mrmuronlt-21 Wool spring clipping. hoc w. M V., b nn. in Louisville. otlice in Columbia, Ky. and settle 12 Especially should this ' Hides (green) j on trial. Very Respectfully, Mr. J. A. Young, of Uakerton, was same. 45 Murrell & Miller. here Thursday, looking for a farm. be true in this case, where we Feathers 47-5 50 j are dealing with a poor, Mr. Frank Waggener. has returned ignorant;- "from Florida. 25 BeCSWaX nonrr hrr 17 voai-- c ftf aoro Farm fnr alo Mr.W. K. Lyon, was here Friday, y25 assistance 0f!YenwRoot without Hie ., . ., ,T v,.v,no. ,, ' . , . .. uw..b jiii ituui .) uiiie.i wusu uj iwibstju friends. 2 May Apple(per lb) air. w hi a. uayior, teacner in suite springs, containing 80 acres all under Normal, Bowling Green, spent a few fenec, go acres in high state of culti- in delivering the opinion 01 days in Columbia last week ('the court reversing the Daviess' vationand 20 acres in timber, well Lecture on Cigarettes. Mr. Ewing StulLs, left for Lancaster watered and good house and outbuild- - j Circuit Gourt, Judge Winn said:, jn,rS ResDt last, Thursday morning. M. II. Powell. 'The position of the Attorney Mr. Oscar McBeath, who made hisi Just why a bright young man General is brave and fair and headquarters here during the summer, R. K. Young sold to J. C. Durham with plenty of sense will hang to left for Danville last Thursday. & Bro., of Campbellsville, 50 head of i commendable in its motive and jthe cigarette habit when he Mr. J. O. Ewing, of the Burkesville 2 year old heifers at 4 to 4 J per pound. effect." ' bar, attended court here last Thurs- Also to Wilson Bros., of Cave Citv knows better, is more than we GREENSBURG, KY. day and Friday. 150 head of 900 to 1 100 pound stears at can tell. It is a sad sight to Jamestown Jots. Mr. S. R. Duval!, Monticello, was' 4 too cents. watch the crowd in front of the upon our street last Thursday. j Keep on hands a full stock of church at the close of a Sunday j Mr. S. L. Wilson, Ttussell Surinjis, wHnC nnn The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al i. W.kJ li(--t caskets, also robes: 2 mu ;woik uu i.L.4 -- . wuu-- r xri - . bime uw nm j was at the Hanconk Hotel a few days hearses Prompt service night or day. meetin when fifteen ' aS- lows haii is rapidly going for Phone 29, Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Oar Load Sells Buggies Satnrdav. Every 00 Saturday June 22nd. 00 1 Greensburg was Blocked " for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. Street 00 During the day Town Marshall called to clear the street. ! To-da- y. "' ?. rrr " the cause of these .Phenominal! Sales. - J , Quality, Styles and Easy Riding. ...,.vl. fair-Vioarmrr , f I 2t a-n- REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man the Mower and Binder man. the Gasoline Engine man, the Farm i Implement man. i I ! WOODSON ! 1 i l I I ajj ... Mr. C M. Barnett, returned last Wednesday night. Miss ICar-- home'lyr ' J. F. Triptett. Columbia, Ky. I Russell, who has been hnildino" will prv5r..s Rpvpr. ' . . mthy, unhealthy habit that is Vallin Dooley, of this county, who seriously ill. is slowly improving, and . is now believed that she will re- was serving from one to five years in ai tnousana aonars, ana win ne , it and fu, f fcime and m cover. tht Frankfort penitentiary, was pa- a large, impressive structure helpg to ruin the future of the Mr. Doc. Drye. of Ilusloiiville, was roled last week. lie had served when completed. The building ' young man who practices it. months, and was convicted for Fridaj'. . lif-te- en twenty of the nicest young men ward, and be completed at a date of the nei&hborhood proceed to nut iai uwuiin. it ib ght up thdr dgarettes It is a s0th One Year for $1.50. I umu ; ... July and are Bargain Days. August here . z to .come from the stove pipe, which was taken down, and out y..K" Hardin county, to be gone several Vernon Holt- left for Liberty fiew a woodpecker. Lebanon i months. i ccol mornings call for' a little The Sunday mornings with his two Falcon. W. B. Pattcson, left Monday Ore. Mr. Mrs. , i- the Dr. .Jas. Tnplett. who is well and The boys of the town are or- - j Mrs. E. L. Feese and children have i favorably known as a first-clasj from Pine Knot. an otlice in Columbia ganizing a basketball team, and A Red Headed Ghost. tist, will some time the coming week. Mr. W. L. Walker and his daughter, will be prepared to meet all,' Miss Ella, left for the Cincinnati comers within a very short time, j Mr. Fred Lolalr, who is care-- at j 1 will sell 97 acres of land at the market Monday morning. court-housdoor, October court. The There are several good players taker Ryder cemetery, has i i?nvs. W. V. umra.nl nn j. w land joines Thos Kosson don, left for Morganfield Monday, the in the town, and they expect to always laughed at the talk of IT. L. Thompson. LoussviIIe Conference to convene have a five that will be a credit ghosts and"hauts,"buths nerve 47-- 1 1 j there this week. to Jamestown. was tried a few nights ago and Dr. and Mrs. A. T.Armstrong, werej have a 5 year old mule, 15 hands m ujiumoia Monday, en route for I J. L. Story, one of the teach- he was about ready to throw up high for sale. Oliver Miller, their home Cleveland, Okla. ers of the Jamestown School, and his job when the cause of the Columbia, Ky. Rev. D. T. Tarter, pastor of the The Herbert Popplewell, of this trouble was discovered. Methodist church, Jamestown, was Good show at Parlor Circle every here Monday, en route for Conference. Saturday place, made a visit to Indian sleep of the family was internight. Mr. Geo. It. Miller, arrived last Sat47-Creek, the home of Mr. Story, on rupted by a steady rapping that urday morning, but was at once called had a strange metalic sound. Friday evening. to Louisville, his sister, Mrs. E. Y. Wanted at the Lindsey-Wilso25 Reed, who is in St. Anthony Hospital, bushels of green tomatoes. Mrs. W, S- - Knight and Miss A diligent search failed to reported quite ill. Upon his being Dezza Phelps, both of James- locate the noise and all returned arrival in the city he found her conSee Atkins & Piuce for your, fall and town, attended the Monticello to bed. The rapping was again dition better, and she is now gradualwinter millinery. ly improving. '" heard, and heard again and Fair. Mrs. C. M. Itussell, will probably again during the night. After Wanted: Wood and butter at L. T. P. Warren returned Sunday return from St. Anthony Hospital, W. T. S. rapping was found "day light,'-thLouisville, next week. Burkesville, J Mr. B. S. Kincart. CaniDbellsville. was here last Friday. chicken stealing. I . is situated fronting the public Young man, brace up and quit i I square, and pa'llels Water Street. habit. s den-return- ed ! re-op- en Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are. the" order and price Concessions hold sway U :n need of wi. i e Rugs, ! Carpets, and Linoleum it wHI . For present or future use, over pay you handsomely to Icok our large Assortment of special priced Merchcnd's:. -- Hubbuch Bros., 522Handg524 & Wellendorff 4 Incorporated 2t West Market St. ,f . n, Louisville's Biggest Carpet Sore. -- 'l. f4V' U. L. Taylor, has gone on Circuit crurt will probablycontinue a visit to her daughter at White Mills through this-wee- from a trip to he stayed several days. wheie The Apair County News and Daily Courier-Journal a JE THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS U3M How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thins to overcome, but where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interfrom est of people suffering-worthy chronic of their constipation, and it is attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Vepsin. You may not have heard of it fcefore, but do not doubt its merits on not been that account, or becauso it hassold very blatantly advertised. It has successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it and has been truthly their parents, more itdruggists use it fully said that personally in their families than any non-gripi- tucky Will Need More Cash. gO'3SSXS)S00g :i . : Curing Constipation Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky are but a few of thousands showing tho esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup'Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent,- like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel - A special from Frankfort says. s rrv he State of Kentucky is 1 face to face with a cricis in its financial affairs, and a special session of the legislature to deal uiiauic. The State now has a deficit of $1,000,000 and will have to pay Canfederate pensions of about $400,000 a year, beginning Nov. 1. An increase in the franchise assessments of corporations and railroads from $40,000,000 to $177,000,000 is proposed as a means of bringing in the needed revenue, and the State Board of Assessment is expected to order an increase in a few days. The corporations affected, however, threaten to fight the increase in the courts, arid in this event a special session of the legislature to devise new means of taxation may be necessary." vviLii Lint; WEEKLY GOURIER-JOURN- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough ai.d verv weak. X had. spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor coma not nap me, but I was completely cured by 3iLuaLiiJii in iji AL HENRYWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, LI. DRUGGISTS. AT ALL other laxatie. specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON I VETERINARY AND THE BO.TIT wCQ& COUNTY NE The Daily (JE YEAR Special L And The Times Adair County News ft m Attnetin io Eyes 8ur-iric- al Spavin or any Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, work done at fair prices lam well fixed to take care of stock. 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J Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : w We can give a combination cut t rate on Dailv or Sunday H von will write 3i-o- Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. faXSgsXSXsXXS a&Xs'j xSSXS(3j15V5X sX 1 Why r 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 Jfews both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. Tou will need a Daily paper During the Presidential Contest And The Louisville Times will keep rou Posted. AH Persons Who Are Behind )ne Year on our Subscip tion Books 'Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid 'at once The Governmeni Here is a candidate for President who has nothing to fear and nothing to explain. No Congressional investigation can cause him a moment of anxiety. He is not called upon to appear before any committee that may be inquiring into the use of corporation money in politics. So far as he is concerned all the trusts in the country can open their books and make public their contributions to campaign funds. No Standard Oil revelations no Harriman revelations, no Beef Trust revelations, no Penrose threats and no Hearst threasts disturb the even tenor of his way No Cortelyous and no Loebs are required to substantiate his No bosses stole statements. his nomination for him and o Wall street plutocrats' are fiHe nancing his candidacy. owes favors neither to the Murray Cranes and the Barneses and and the Brother Charlies nor to the Perkinses and the Grays. Nobody suspects him of any alliance with crooked political machines or with crooked corporaNo partnerships with tions. Privileges are loitering by his door. His is the one untainted candidacy the one candidacy that measures to the truest political ideals of the Republic. There are two overwhelming reasons in support of Woodrow Wilson's election to the office of President of the United States. 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ELLWOOD FIELD FEMCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE IK S Hardware, Farm ImplementsBand Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 1162East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville.Ky. are so much better than men, The Fstl And Game Law that their faults are considered First Commission of four are Mrs. Nannie E. Chapman the greater. The one thing in this appointed to enforce the game beloved wife of Mr. J. A. Chap- world that is constant, the one laws. They to appoint a chief man, of Glenville, died of heart peak that rises above all clouds, game warden at a salary of failure on Saturday Sept. 14th. the one window in which the about $5,500 per year, and as She was born Jan. 21, 1853, died light forever burns, the one star many additional wardens as Sept. 14th, 1912, making her 57 that darkness cannot quench is necessary. They to appoint all years old last January. She woman's love. It rises to the money from licenses, fines and leaves a husband, two daughters, greatest heights, it sinks to the sales cf contraband goods. two sisters and two brothers be- lowest depths. It forgives the Second Any game warden FOR 1911 sides many friends and relatives most injuries. It is perennial can arrest a person caught in to mourn their loss. She was of of life and grows in every clithe act of violating the law BRIGHTER, BETTER, such a cheerful nature always mate. Neither coldness nor negwithout a warrant, seize his gun, loving and kind to every one, lect, harshness nor cruelty can BIGGER THAN EVER net or other devices, and conmade her home such a pleasant extinguish it. A woman's love vey such person of persons beTHE REGULAR PRICE OF place for her husband and chil- is the perfume of the heart. fore a magistrate Possession of dren. And was always ready This is the real love that subanimals or birds within prohib- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES and willing to help any one in dues the earth; the love that has ited time is evidences of guilt. trouble. Yes we will miss dear wrought all miracles of art; that Articles thus seized are turned IS A YEAR. aunt Nannie she was so good to gives us music all the way from over to Commission and sold or every one. One of her daughters, the cradle song to the grand disposed of by them. Mrs. Nona Thomas, was in closing symphony that bears the IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE 1 h i r d County attorneys, soul away on wings of fire. A Brookhaven, Miss., when her commonwealth's attorneys, TO US, YOU CAN GET mother died and arrived here love that is greater than power, requirsheriff and constable are just in time to see her buried at sweeter than life and stronger ed by law to see that the fish THE ADAIR COUNH the sad hour of midnight. Her than death. Robert G.Ingersoll. and game laws are enforced. husband was also several miles Fourth Hunting licenses are NEWS Terse Telegrams. from home, and came home to issued by the county clerks befind his dear wife whom he had AND tween the dates of March 30 and left cheerful and well, now cold Dispatches to the navy departDecember, 15. The cost is $1 and gone from her friends here ment confirm the belief that the THE L0UISVILEE per year for a person who has on earth to her dear little boy Nicaraguan revolution is practi- been a bonafide resident of the and other friends who have been cally over. TIMES State for a year and $12 for non called to that beautiful home The commander of the muti- residents. above. nous troops at Tungohow, China, Fifth Persons may hunt on BOTH ONE YEAR sympathy has shot forty of the ringleaders their own land and the adjoinHer friends have the of every one and we know the of the outbreak. ing neighbor's land without FOR ONLY Lord will comfort them in their There has been further fight- licenses. time of trouble, but there seems ing on the Turco-Gree- k THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Sixth The fine for hunting fontier, to be no relief to such a deep and it is reported that seven without license or loaning your the best afternoon paper prinsorrow. But we know that none Turks were killed and thirteen license to another is not less ted anywhere. can stay here many years and wounded. than $25 or more than $100, or may the Lord help us all to meet Lieutenants Ha3 the best corps of corres, Hotchkiss and jail sentence. her in that beautiful home where Beddington of the royal flying Seventh Your are not allowpondents. there will be no sad parting but corps of the British army were ed to shoot, hunt, or fish on will live all together forever Covers the Kentucky field perkilled by a 500-fofall with enclosed grounds without conmore. sent of owner. Violators are fectly. their aeroplane. subject to fine of $12 to $26 for The kaiser is keenly following Covers the general news field The Old Way. trespassing. the military maneuvers in Saxcompletely. Many Driven Prom Home. exchanges truth- ony, seemingly well and vigor- One of our Has the best and fullest mar i Every fully says that wnen pa was ous and as if his recent illness country, year, in many parts of the thousands are driven from kets reports. young, poeple who had bad colds, had not occurred. their homes by coughs and lung disA strong plea in favor of eases. Friends and business are left DEMOCRATIC in politics, baj soaked their feet in hot water behind for other climates, is and took a few draughts of cat- phonetic spelling was made at costly and not always sure. but this fair to everybody, A better nip and got well. Now they the meeting of the British Asso- way the way of multitudes is to use Dr. King's have lagrippe, take quinine and ciation for the Advancement of yourself at New Discovery and cure SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPhome. Stay right there feel sick all summer. Then they Science at Dundee. with your friends, and take this safe The Archduchess Ella of Aus- - medicine. Throat awl lung troubles had sore throat, wraooed a piece TION RIGHT AWAY : t u wuuii oiui;n.iii, tria, whose bethrotha to a cava! tind quick relief and health returns. Ui. uacuii ill tin uiu ry omcer was announced some Its help in coughs, colds, grip, croup, tied it around the neck at night whooping-coug- h and sore lungs make other places of evil resort in formally renouncand went to work ths next day. time ago. has positive blessing, 50c and i Tri- - j New York have been protected, it a Now they have tonsilitis, a sur- ed her royal rights. ai bottle free, iruaranteect by Paiill and compelled to pay tribute for Every military company in Drugg Co. gical operation, and two weeks the protection. The official blacks in hospital. Then they had Virginia is to be recruited up to IThe Disgrace of New YorR. mail is declared to have amnunt- -, stomach trouble and took castor its full quota of men and placed ed to millions of dollars a year. oil and recovered. Now they on a war footing on orders from No greater scandal has ever It may be possible to convict have appendicities, a week in the' the war department. been than that which has lately and punish those who have been, hospital and six feet due east ' The Italian royal family has linked the New York police with guilty of the particular crimes and west and six feet perpendi- - redeemed the jewels of the for- - the Drotection of criminals and 'now revealed, hnfc all whn nrft ' cular. In those days they wore mer queen mother. Maria Pia of fche murder of a gambler who conversant with the present con. underclothes. Now they wear Partugal, which were pledged to(had threatened to expose the re.;ditions agree that it isimp03sibIe lingerie. Then they went to a a Lisbon banker for $60,000. The courts yet have , to stop such practices, becauserestuarant; now they go to a The twenty-thir- d eucharistic j to make dear how much 0f the those who should be most active cafe. Then they broke a leg; congress m m session m Vienna. amazing story must be believed. in suppressing them are not will now they fracture a limb. Peo- Delegates and visitors number- - perSons who are ing to make any serious effort to ple went crazy: now they have ing upward of 150,0.00 from all not onjy believe the whoIe of ifc do s0 brain storms or are born crazy, over the world have gathered in uut nVHnrp that half th frm-h- ' That is not the same thine: as know which. Politi- - 'the city. we don't saying that the majority of has not vet. hen told society is stirred by London cians then paid good, hard cash Tn some resnects the nonHtoVms, the neonle of New York j the death by suicide of Miss that are said to exist are worse favor for support; now they send gov- these practices, but garden seed instead, Ghila Stanhope, aged thirty-onernment jthan tnose that prevailed underlet is only another way of sajing Yes, times have changed and we; daughter of the commander, the the Tweed rimr. for the alleo-ethat they are not sufficientiv all change with the time. That's Hon. Henry A. S. Stanhope, crimes are of a far more heinous aroused to the shame of them. progress. uncle of Lord Stanhope. character. Under Tweed, trust- - They could have a pure govern- Twentv Dersons were killed ed officers of the city plundered ment it they set their minds toOrator's Tribute to Women, and thirty injured when a bomb the treasury of enormous sums it, but, like the people of a good was exploded in the market at In this case a high officer of the 'many other cities, they allow It .takes 100 men to make an Doiran, Macedonia. It is sup- - police force is charged with hir - themselves to be led by politi- encampment, but one woman pected that the outrage was the ing assassins to commit a brutal cians who obtain their power can make a home. I not only ad- ' murder under a promiseof pro-- ! and tne'r opportunity to plunder- plotters. work of mire wc man as the most beauti-- J tection and immunity The ob- - y tolerating vice, ful object ever created, but I ject was-t- prevent the gambler -- lz is an old sa.ving that the An artielet h;it has real raeritshould reverence her as the redeeming was killed from exposing government of c.ny community in time become popular. That such who ocl as lfc glory of humanity, the sanctuary is the case with Chamberlain's Cough the relations sustained toward great or sraalI 1S as of all virtues, the pledge oi all Remedy lias been attested by many organized vice by a number of deserves, because it is as good as Here is one of them. IT. W. ifc desires. For the shortcomings.. perfect qnalities of heart and dealers. Ilendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind., writes, Dolice officials and men hiirh in M of officials the majoritv of the head. It is not just nor right to 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the the city government. coughs, colds and croup and lay the sins of men at thefeet of !bestfor collar I' It is openly asserted that for citizenship are in the ia.. analyia mw lioefc For sale by Paull ' women. It is because women TrUg Co. years the gambling houses and sis responsible. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 $4.50. ot ! , i.i i ! ' ( i j j ! j !i.:u- - -- ! ' j well-inform- ed j ! ; j j j j e, I d I ! ' - ' j anti-Turki- sh o ' ! crri - 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. George Hindman that every body knows if they ever, met very him. The weather has been pleasant for the past few days. Mr. Matthew Wooten and wife L. C. Neat of Columbia was of Sparksville, passed through here the first of the week. here last Saturday en route for Quite a number from this place Oreensburg, where they will attended court at Columbia last spend a few days visiting their Monday. relatives. As Mr. Wooten has Our farmers are all about been in bad health for the past through cutting tobacco and are year or so he expects to go unpreparing to sow a large crop of der treatment of the physicians at that place. wheat. J. A. Diddle spent several days at Greensburg last week. James Q. Diddle who has been located in Montana for the past year returned home last week. Charles Sparks is spending this week in Barren county with his relatives and friends. Several cases of diptheria in this section at this time, but we are glad to note none very serious. Remember the services at Union on Saturday before the 5 Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. and on Sunday following. All the officials of the church are requested to be present at the Saturday services. Several mule colts have changed hands in this community in the past week at prices ranging from at $45 to $90. J. F. Pendleton made trip to Red Lick the first of the week and received a nice bunch of cattle at prices from 4 to 4i cents per pound. Mr. Pendleton informed us that he had over 150 head of cattle on hands at this time. ! Mrs, L. M.Wilmore of Bogard, at Milltown, Tuesday. Mo., is visiting her relatives and The spelling at Oak Grove Frifriends in this community at this day night was largely attended, time. We were all glad to meet and all report a nice time. Mrs. Wilmore again and to hear Miss Margarette Murrell spent from all of her people. Sunday night with Miss Emma Mr. W. W. Yates came in from Murrell. Edmonton last week to spend a Mr. S. I. Blair was very painfew days with us. Uncle Weeden fully hurt last Friday. While is looking well and we are glad preparing to retire from the to know that he can get around brickkiln which U. M. Grider as well as he does. We all en- and himself are preparing to joy having him with us. burn, a pillar gave away, and We had the pleasure of visitthe brick rushed down, pressing n ing the farm of Mr. against one side of the building J. H. Smith, of this community forcing some very heavy plank a few days ago, and seeing his to fall, striking him on the head large fields of well ripened to- and cutting a very severe gash, bacco just ready for the knives. but is recovering nicely. "Mr. Smith had made on his farm Miss Mary Hadley and mother, this season something over thirty of Russell Springs, is spending acres of tobacco. We are glad this week with Mrs. Myrtle Blair. to say that this entire crop this Mr. Joe Rooks and family have season is largely over an average Cincinnati, where for this section. His brother returned from they have spent a few months. Lee, presented your reported Master Marvin Bryant, who with one stalk of the weed, that is only a fair sample of his crops, has been sick for a few weeks is that was made on his farm. We better. Mr. G. L. Blair and wife spent will take the liberty to say right here, that any one might ex- Sunday at Mr. Salmon McKin-ley'- s. well-know- The singing school at Jerico Craycraft. Montgomery Ellis, son of Mar- will close the fffth Sunday in cus Ellis, is recovering from September. Misses Lela and Vinie Wade ' The farmers of this communi- a long spell of typhoid fever. ty, received the rains of last Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. McAllis- were shopping in Russell Springs ' week with great joy. If the ter, who have been living in one day last week. Mr. S. B. Wade one of our! dry weather had prevailed much Metz, Mo., are here for the preslonger the wheat crops would ent. They sold their property most up to date farmers is erecting a dwelling on his farm on have been cut short. in Missouri. Goose creek. Mr. Walker Cravens has been X Raods. , Rowes Otho Womack, Robert and dangerously ill for the past few weeks, but is reported better at Hoskins Clark is building him- Dallas Wade attended the box this writing. self a dwelling house at John supper at Salemn Wednesday night. Mr. J. N. Murrell and niece, Turners x Roads. Irene Murrell, have returned Laura Rook and her children S. B. Wade was at Decater from Louisville, where they were visiting here at her old last Thursday on business. spent a few days at the State home and many friends last Dallas Wade is at Decater over Fair. seeing his fathers farm. He1 week. Mr. A. M. Roy is reported betFrank Pierce is about ready to says he is getting very tired ter at this .writing. move into his new house in this of keeping bach. Mr. C. L. Murrell and sister, ville. Susan, were guests of Mr. G. R. Tom Selby is having him an Redmon, of Roy, Saturday night. other good house put up for his is AUSE AND REMEDY, Mr. H. A. Murrell and wife boy, look out girls, Lilbern Uncertainty of the immediate spent Saturday with Mr. M. 0. will be around soon. future is looked upon by many men' Stevenson, of Garlin. Thomas Hadley and wife gave of affairs, as a btockade to enter- -' prise and business prosperity, andt Miss Flora McBeath and Miss Allen Sherer a visit last week. this blockade is now quite apparent EIna Murrell were the guests of James K. Chapman bought throughout the channels of trade. The Presidential Election; the, Misses Muhel and Irene Murrell Lena Blakey's farm 7 acres for efforts of Congress with no fixed Tuesday night. purpose; urgamzeu i,abor as a new $200. factor in politics; together with Mr. J. N. Murrell of this place, Mrs. Wilburn fell and hurt her other matters of greater or less attended the quarterly meeting self badly last week. She is import, represent at this time a i grown in the Valley. Nearly all of the crop has been cut and housed, and in a few weeks stripping will commence. Mr. W. E. Hancock i8 visiting his sister, Mrs. Uriah Stone, Quanah, Texas. Messrs. Ray Page and Robert Sublett visited the family of E. C. Page, Frankfort, last week. Miss Rachel Hancock is still in a critical condition. She is receiving the closest attention. Longstrest. The farmers are very busy preparing to sow wheat. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cravens entertained quite a number of young folks Saturday night. Mr. J. W. Bradley is enjoying a fine trade at present. Rev. Ben Voils filled his regu-- ! lar appointment at Jerico last1 Sunday. Two -Thirds of the Cost of painting your house is paid to the painter who puts on the paint It costs no more to put on i Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts" e knt at "on't last. Mastic 4oa.n 'l coes to put on will last twice as long as keg-lea- d d or paint. Takes less Mastic Paint than any other kind to coyer a given surface. Mastic Paint is therefore not only the best, but the most economical. Ask our dealer in your town for book of suggestions and color, chart. Manufactured by hand-mixe- S Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated Co. DRUG CO. Louisville, Kentucky. PAULL J.vl, Wilson, Greensburg, sset Springs, Ky., Simcoe Dockery, Jamestown, Ky. Ky., Wilson Bros., Ru- PROGRAM Of the Adair County Meeting which will convene with the church at Cane Valley, on Friday evening before the first Sunday in Oct. 1912 at 7:30 Co-operati- on H' p. m. J 1. 2. 3. cinnati Enquirer, a journal that prints all the news each day from every commercial center through-- , A barometer of out the world. causes and effects that points out, as a Beacon Light, the danger and ' the safeguard therefrom. As well known, the Daily Enquirer is the largest in size and highest priced paper in the United States, yet cheapest, measured by quality and quantity. The Weekly Enquirer, with the cream and digest of all the news, able and conservative editorials, pound. market reports, methods and re--1 Crag preached us a 'suits from Government and State, Brother good sermon at the Oak Grovel Experiment Stations, veterinary j. tupc a J.U1UUI, .uiuv.Lt;io, nuivv church last Thursday night, we literature, short and continued stor--! sermons, general! have meeting at the Oaks every ies, information, ete., with the exclusion Thursdav night. Brethern come of all matters of scandal and im and help us, if you can't come morality, is today the Cleanest pray for us we need your prayers. Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Each issue is alone worth the price of a j'ear's subscription. Montpelier. Solicitors for subscriptions make a handsome profit and increase the good influence of The Enquirer in': A good rain fell last night the uplift of morality and industry, which was badly needed, as far- and for the betterment and welfare For terms write mers could not break wheat of the community. Cincinnati, Ohio. to The Enquirer, ground on account of being too , ( j ; some better at this writing. Pink Stapp's famly has had five cases of flux. All are better this week. W. A Gar spent a day with your scribe last week, uncle Billy is always a welcome visitor. Mrs. Nan Lawhorn, of Casey county, taken a night here on her way to Albany to see her brother, Rev. Frank Mills. Bill Cook sold 4 head of cattle to Lucian Moore for 4 cents per 4. chaotic conflict of separate inter--1 5. ests, to harmonize which is now the i Saturday Morning Session. problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and Devotional, led by State Worker. Plenty. Read with care the Cin-- I 2. The New Graded Bible School 3. Devotional, led by Z. T. Williams. Address of Welcome Folee Hood The President's Address: The Bible and the Bible School. The Soul's Desire for God, Z. T. Williams Appointment of Committees. 9:30. Bible School Session. 4. 5. State Worker Evangelism Through the Bible School W. J. Loos The Model Worker's Conference State Worker The need of Better Trained Teachers and Leaders in the Bible School, Mrs. Z. T. Williams. Afternoon Session, 1:30 1. 2. 3. 1 Devotional, led by A. R. Feese. Reports of Churches and Schools. The Spiritual Betterment of the Church W. J. Lcos for the Union of God's People Our Plea Z. T. Williams Saturday Evening Session 7:30 Devotional, led by W. H. Cundiff 2. The Problems of the Ministerial Supply 3. The Problems of the Country Church 4. Query Box Opened. State Worker F. J. Barger Sunday Morning Session, 9:30 1. i . non-sectari- an 2. 3. 4. 1. Model Bible School, Conducted by State Worker. Sermon Communion Service. Offering. W.JL0Q3 Afternoon Session Address by the State Bible School Worker There will be dinner on the ground on Saturday. Let all the Churches in the county send Delegates and reports to this meeting. j dry. Kentucky Fair Dates. Barbourville Fair September 4-- 6. our hear from all of our old friends in Missusri. Mr. Hindman looks as well as he did when he made us a Yisit seven or eight years ago, the only difference we can see in him is that he has a little touch of rheumatism, that makes ,a little trouble in his walking, " T)ut upon the whole it is the same The Pleesant Hill school was stopped by Dr. U, L Taylor last amine every crop made in this week from Wednesdav til Moncounty and you would not find a Mr. S. I. Blair and family day on account of diptheria in crop of tobacco that would sur- spent Sunday at E. A. McKin-ley'district. pass Lee Smith's in length, color Mr. Larue Hurt has been a or any other way. The sample Master Lane Willis is very great sufferer for several days is at Wilmore & Moss, store for sick. from a very bad carbuncle on any one to inspect. Born, to the wife of U. M back of his neck, Gov. J. R. Hindman of Colum- Grider, on the 15th, a boy. Mr. Luther Williams has been mmm bia in company with our old on the sick list for the past Cane Valley. friend, Mr. George Hindman of week, but is better at this writ-tinHolden, Mo., paid us a visit one Business has been rather dull day last week. Our people one Miss Retta Murrah has also and all were glad to meet with in our village this week, nearly on sick list for several days old Missouri, friend, and to every body attending court at been s. g. J. T. Brockman, Tom and Mark Holladay, X. Brockman and sister, Miss Tina, and all reported Mrs. F, G. Willis, who has been a nice time. sick for some time is improving The farmers of this place are at this writing. cutting corn and preparing for Mr. C. A. Murrell is at Purdy, their wheat crop. this week doring some carpenters Joppa work. Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 Bowling 4-- 7. Green September September Sanders September Moriticello September Newport September Tomnkinsville 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. The pie supper given at Zion school house last Saturday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all. Mrs. G. E. Powell is quite sick DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST Columbia, Kentucky 4-- 7. at this writing. Russell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Fron Horse Cave September 18-2- 1. Morgantown September Lexington Mayfield October October 9-12-1- 19-2- 1. Mr. Eldridge Barger has acMany Driven Prom Home. cepted a position in Tennessee, Hvery year, in many parts or the and left for that place last Sat- country, thousands are driven from their homes by couglis and lung disurday morning. eases. past. Columbia. Miss Vie Murrah sold a five There is some talk of Mr. R. B. Wilson renting property and months old calf this week, to Lucien Moore for $21. removing to Columbia. Farmers are busy cutting corn Mr. Larue Hurt sold several and preparing wheat ground. head of cattle last week to The corn crop is unusually good Moore at 4 cents ,per in this section. pound to be weighed and deliverMr-Lucien 2. The school at Zion is progressing nicely under the manage- 2. An article that has real merit should In time become popular. That such is the case with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been attested by many dealers. Here is one of them. H. W.? Hendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind., writes, - A great deal of tobacco was ed later. best- for coughs, colds andTcroup, and 'is my best seller:"" 'For sale" by Paull 'Charaberlain'sCpugh JReraedy.Is the Co. ment of Miss Bess Epperson. Rev. D. H. Howerton preached a very interesting sermon at Zion the third Sunday afternoon. Several from this place attend-e- d the $tate Fair, thnames are miss J-- ur r l ' J)rug . luuiiK. iixi. -ami iu.10, :t "- -. Friends and business are left behind for other climates, bufc this is costly and not always sure. A better way the way of multitudes is to use Dr. King's !Nev Discovery and cure yourself at bonce. Stay right there with your f rieuds, and take this safe lung troubles medicine. Throat-anfind quickjreltet and health returns. Its help in couglis, colds, grip, croup, whoopingough and it a positive blessing, 50c and SI Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull Drugg Co. d sore-lurigs.ma- V .