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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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OjiW house is full of .Nice Desirable Christmas Goods. It
CwilPp&jr-yoU to come and see our Stock and-Decorations if you'
don't buy -a penny's worths We have Suitable Presents for all.
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fHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
Published Every Wednesday
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Adair County News Company.
There are several other prospec
tive candidates, buc it looks very
much like Gov. Beckham has the
call: He is very popular in this
section of the State.
party, will stir his many strong
friends to activity. That he
will be an unusually strong can
didate in his party cannot be
T3oubted, that his service to par-
CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR.
Democratic newspaper dcoteQ to the In
trestof tbeCltyof ColumVaand the people
Adair and adjacent cour. .IBS.
Clinton county will vote on a
S50.000 bond issue for the pur
pose of building macadam roads.
Good, we hope iwill carry apd
that Clinton, though small, may
Entered at the Columbia I'ost-offlce as sec- set the examole for the larger
nd class mall matter.
and more wealthy counties
whose roads are equally bad.
Bond and build, build and bond,
is the fairest and best way to get
permanent public improvements.
ty and State has been ably and
Carl Marshall and Miss Mary
Bradshaw, both of this vicinity
wedded on Sunday the 24. Rev.
i n 'n ,t,;h f'G. R. Abrell tied the knot. The
courageouslygiven.no one will, . ,,.,
WW. DEC. 4. 1912
The Hamilton Club, of Chica
go, is making an effort to gel
Progressives to ret am to the Re
publican party, and has called a
meeting to that end to be held in
Chicago January 15.
Woodrow Wilson, Democratic
President elect, has written a
letter, asking Mr Bryan to meet
him in conference, the meeting
to take place after Mr. Wilson's
return fron Bermuda.
Gov. Dix has announced that
he.had pardoned Albert Tt Pat
rick, who is serving a life sen
eje. in Sing Sing prison for the
murder of William Marsh Rice,
The effort being made in many
counties in this State to bring
back to the fold of Republican
ism the Progressives who lift the
party, does wt indicate much
success. In fact, it seems that
the Progressives have taken Mr.
Watterson's maxim, "No com
promise with dishonor," and
will pilot their own political des
tiny without any assistance from
their former political associates,
That an effort will be made to
suspend President Taft's exe-
an aged millionaire, September cutive order of October 15,
Uvhereby about 36,000 fourth-
fThe many apnointments to be
aade by the iniominDemocr
ic administration seems to comr
mand much attention, and al-
dispute, so his entry at this time,
will doubtless cause a painstdk-
ing investigation on- the part of
groom is a son of Mrs. Siotha (
Marshall, and the bride a grand
daughter of M' F. 0. Leach with
., . , . whom she lived. They are both
other prominent aspirants as to 1 . . J
,' - . - . ! nice industrious young people,
chances of success before a leap i , , T
! tnereiore posessed oi tne quali
ties that make a happy wedded
Now that one of the aspirants i pair,
for the Democratic nomination ! Bjjjje
for United States Senator has
has broken the ice and formally
announced his candidacy, it is
expected by the knowing ones
that the others who have eyes
on the toga and expect to make
the race will "cut in" wtthout
much furthur delay. The an
nouncement of Gov. Beckham
had been expected for
weeks and came as no surprise.
Gifford bought Mrs.
! Samantha Wesleys place on Cedar
creek for $159, and has moved to
his new home.
Uriah Morgan sold the place
known as the Sinjon Taylor farm
to .Joe B. Young, of Cumberland
county, for $20Q,0 and has given
IVfr. Young posession of thei
property. Mr. Morgrn bought,
I of Mr. Mathew Taylor that por-
Birdseye view of our Plant
"Largest in Dixie "
J. Hughes & Sons Co.,
Windows. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns,
Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo
class postmasters were placed
unu'er the civil service, became
known Thursday when 'Repres
entative Cordell Hull, of Tenn-
' . gcspp. said tne Democrats m
teady the cm of applicants uas j
tar passed the limits of fulfill-1
Pre'parationor a general in
come tax law, it is stated, , has
been begun by Democrats of the
House, who rely on the States to
ratify the amendment to the Con
stitution during the winter, as
only two more States are neces
sary to complete the necessary
The only other avowed candidate
is former Congressman D. H.
Smith, of Larue county. Con
gressman A. 0. Stanley is also
expected to get in contest, and
Gov. James Bf McCreary and
former UniteQ btated Senate? a.r
C. $. Blai&fen are aiso spoken
qI as probable starters. -
"What Will Gov, MoGt&ry
do?" is thqueation being asked
by all the politicians. Louisville
tion of -his farm lying west of
Glensfork creek, for $1200 and i
has began the erection of farm
buildings. His new residence
will stand out 'on the hill 4 miles i
west of this place near the Fair-1
play road. '
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I Congress who are aTready inj fedaisville Times Says': Con-
Washington have conferred in I gressman A. 0. btanley ot tne
formally on the subject and thatl Second district, who is a pros
there was an overwhelming jpective candidate for the Demo-.,-;
Q i- in -favnr nf havincr the cratic ' nomination for United
Mr Wiil Andersdhj formerly t
of Creelsboro vicinity, has re- j
cently moved to the property hej
bought of Jeff Bradshaw or the
Mr. S. V. Wilkinson bought of
Mr. Edd Bennett the Ben Willis
farm near Simpson schoolhouse
for $1,700 and in turn sold it to a
Mr. Aogan of Cumberland coun
ty for $1,900.
Messrs Arthur Frodge and Dr.
The Elizabethtown News
whose editor is a competent
Judjre. says: "In the argument
before Judge Cochran in the
railroad assessment cases, we
cannot see where Gen. Garnett
and his assistants were outclass-
President Taft's attest to
put under civil servfes a host of
Government employees will fall
a victim to the victors,
victors beloncr the
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states &eR-a?orr was in ijouis vine
Vesteriay ehtoite tt Washing- Holland Simpson of Breedmg
ffir. and white here he was in
conference with several of the
party leaders from various sec
tions'of the State. He refused
fn hmnkp anv comment on the
On Main between Sixth and Seventh
American and European Plan:
American Plan $2.00 and up
European Plan $1.00 and up
We serve the Best American Plan meals in the South
The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc.
Herman Steinhilber, Manager
and of right ought to. formai announcement of ex-Gov.
We believe in competency in ev
ery station, but it ought to come
fmm flip narfcv in nower. When
party fights are made and victo
ries won why should any oppo
nent ask political preferment
over a victor. It has not been
-. t !, wiiliriarl ' "RonnViliVnn nnlicv to OUt Dem
-r in otiv crjr tiv i.iirr i aiiiuuu ai.vmmvv" xr .
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Beckham for the senatorial nomi
"nation and he likewise refused to
make any statement for publica
tion at this time relative, to his
candida'cy. From another
source, however, it was learned
that Representative Stanley will
Resurrected from "legal deatih
by a stroke of Governor Dix's
.pen, Albert T. Patrick, thrice on
the verge of the solemn march to
the grim electric chair, and a
life prisoner in Sing Sing for the
murder of William Marsh Rice,
ate his Thanksgiving dinner, at
iome in New York.
shnrt-.lv make a formal announce-
terats in and it will not be Dem- ment 0f nj5 candidacy, and that
ocratic to retain Republican ap- he will get actively in th ilace
pointees. at the proper time and wage a
Former Governor J. C. W
Beckham has formerly announ
ced his candidacy for United
States Senator, subject to the
August State wide primary.
The anouncement of Ex-Goy-
j ernor J. C. W. Beckham, a can
didate for the Democratic nom
ination for the Senate has been
formally made. It will be re
membered that Mr Beckham
Ayon,the 'nomiti&ioh overGov..
McCreary and then" was defeat
ed by Senator Bradley in the
"Legislature, by four so called
Democratic members. This fact,
together With Mr. Beckham's,
splendid service to State and
thorough campaign throughout
the. State. This information was
revealed by a close personal and
political friend o Senator-elect
Ollie M. James, and he ventured
the assertion 'that Mr. r Stanley
would receive the support o'f
Senator James. It was denied
by this friend that Senator-elect
James had in any way "pledged
himself to support any -6ne for
the domination, as has Wen re
ported frequently during the
past few weeks.
Robert and Winston Rowe, of
ShnvVftvillp. Finis Strange and
Dud Gaston,, of Rugby, Rev.
fcayne, of Eli, G. G. Campbell,
ofDirigo, J. A. Willis and Joe
Sandusky, of Columbia, and Rob
ert. Bailey, of Graycraft, attend
ed the Masonic Lodge at this
place on last Saturday night.
The Lodge had work in the
second degree and it also conf er
ed the masters degree on'W. R.
Taylor, John Jones and : Robert
Uncie Ja'clc Sanders sold his
farm to Wint Grider for $350.
He had a sale on the 30th and
will give posession in a few daysk
Hermein C T-afel"
Jobbers and Dealers in
Inside and outside construction material,
." iboJs, telephonevand farm lighting equip
. . ment.
236 W, Jefferson, St.
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Tt7.1t mnVinitr affl TI V llCSt matt tt
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prices. . weare ,ucac3, wumiuiicu
m 1856; and can do BETTER for you
than, scents or commission mer
isviUe. Ayritc for vreekly price Hsi.
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H&aft 33 t akl St, LOUISVILLE. K.
Dealers in f uw&, muc, wuviu.
are Bargain Days
Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are: the
order and price Concessions hold sway -If in need of
Carpets, and Linoleum "'
For present or future ttse, it "will pay y6u handsomely to look
over-v.our large Assortment of Special priced Merchandise.
Hubbach Bio$,, & Wellendorff
.-. - . Tecorpoiyiled
. 522 apfi S24 West Mkrket St.
ilibuisvlllc's Biggest Carpet Store.