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Gradyville Loses a Good Citizen. Mr. A. T. Sherrill, who lived in the Gradyville section, died last Thursday year of afternoon, in the sixty-nint- h his age. He had been in declining health for more than a year. The immediate cause of his demise was heart trouble. He was a consistent member of the Baptist Church, and was highly respected by his many friends of the neighborhood where he so long resided. The funeral services and interment were largely attended. More about this death can be found in our Gradyville letter. Gradyville. Mr. Tom Dowell will become a citizen of our town in a few days. Death of This South. First The 17th annual session of this organization will meet in Louisville on April 7th to 10th inclusive. The purpose is to discuss the best methods of organizing and building up country life. The best methods of farming, of fruit growing, of poultry raising, of house keeping and domestic science, of market gardening and of among farmers will be discussed by '.specialists and experts Large del-egons are expected from all the Southern States and Adair county, Ky., snould by all means be represented by a good sized delegation. The work of this conference is specially important, to the future prosperity of our country, and we trust that representatives from Adair county will be present to share some of the benefits to be derived from it. Tobias Iluffaker, Chin., local attendance committee. al I The weather has been tine for the ing. For weeks her demise has been past few days. expected, and the family was prepared Fourth Grade. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Walker, of Co- for the final separation. A bright Mary Summers, Robert Gill, Bertha lumbia, were in our midst one day the child, fondly loved by parents, brothYates, Mell Sinclair, Virginia Smith. ers and sisters and school associates, first of the week. Fifth Grade. called to a brighter world. May the N Mr. Ed Stone, the toNellie Simms, Lillian Logan, Katie balm of Gilead sooth the aching; bacco man, of Danville, was in town hearts, Taylor, Eva Walker. and prepare all who were near last Friday. Sixth Grade. and dear to her to again see her face Mrs. J. D. Walker, of Columbia, vis- in the home to which she is gone: e Frances Reed, Mary Winfrey, ited relativeshere the firstof the week. when their Meeting years are over. Breeding, Stella Antle, Euth As we go to press arrangements Wilson, Ada Neat, Joe Wilson, Creel James, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. for the funeral have not been conBeck, Allen Eubank, Beckham U O. Moss, was very sick a day or so A Sad Death. cluded. It will be some time WedJeffries, Kinniard Rowe. the first of the week with croup. nesday. Seventh Grade. Mr. and Mrs. Walt McCanldess, of CoMrs. Sidua Kinniard, wife of Rollin Cary Jackman, Gordon English. The Reason Fewer People Take lumbia, passed through here one day Kinniard, died suddenly at Neil, this last week en route for Edmonton, Here's Good News for Dyspeptics. Eighth Grade. "Salts." county, last Saturday morning. She where they would spend a few days Allene Montgomery, Margaret Lov-et- t. We find the use of salts and other vvas quite a young woman, a daughter visiting relatives and friends. We have good news for every person harsh physics is becoming less every of the late S. R. Walker, and was Mr. U. N. Whitlock, of Bliss, was in in this town who has any form o Ninth Grade. year because more and more people married to her husband about six our community last Friday buying to stomach trouble. It is about a remeRuth Hamilton, Creel Neli. are using Rexall Orderlies, which we months ago. She was highly respect- bacco. Miss Sallie Stewart was pleased to He certainly is a tine judge of dy for indigestion and dyspepsia that Grade. Tenth and they firmly believe co be the best ed and her death brought sorrow, not receive a letter from her nephew, Mr. we have so much faith in as to offer it the weed. Edgar Diddle, Cary Rosenfield. bowel remedy ever made. They taste only to the young husband, but to her Chas. Stewart, who, with his wife, to you with our personal guarantee Mr. J. F. Pendleton, the so much like candy that ever the chil- - mother, brothers and many other relvisited her in 1912, saying she had Eleventh Grade. that if it does not relieve you and dren like them. At the same time atives. The deceased was a niece of business man, of Greensburg, was in satisfy you in every way, we will reanother California niece warmly welMary Myers, Kate Grace Conover, Mrs. J O. Russell, this place, who our midst a day or so the first of the comed by his wife and himself to their Gill, Dora Eubank, Smith Gill, Bryan they act so easily and naturally that fund the money you paid for it withthere is no purging, griping or pain. could not attend the funeral, being week. home a few hours befoie. out question or argument of any kind. Garnett. They promptly remove the constipa- confined to her room. Mrs. Millie Hill returned from Louis- You risk nothing; either Rexall Dystion and, by soothing and strengthenSpecial Cash Discount Sale. pepsia Tablets will relieve your stom20 lb., Granulated sugar $1.00. ing the bowels, make it less liable to Mr. J. E, Gowdy and Mr. Henry ville the first of the week. Mr, Robert Wilson, the candy man, ach ailments or the money you paid at Russell & Co. We have the utmost Parrott were in Columbia last Friday. occur again. of Cane Valley, made our town one for them will be handed back to you. In order to increase our CASH faith in them. We know what they While here Mr. Gowdy bought a day last week and as usual did a good There is no red tape about our guarSALES on Wednesday are made of and the pleasant, bene- boundary of timber from Smith, Gill and antee. It means just what it says. business with our merchants. Thursday, April Sth and 9th, Notice! Road Engineers and Fore ficial results that always follow their and Conover, consideration private. Your word is enough If Rexall DysMessrs. Baker & Morrison, of Colum- pepsia use. Tablets don't satisfy you, the 1914, we will give to the Ladies' men. bia, spent a few days in our town last money is yours and we want you to You needn't take our word for it. BIG SALE! Aid Societies of various week, preparing a car load of hickory have it. Orderlies don't help j'ou if to do If Rexall the time of churches of Columbia and Adair t,h Now is p.tTpp.Mvfi wnrl:the year rnnrls. they don't entirely relieve all your lumber for the market, which they exp. most-nn Mip. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets soothe the county, 8 per cent of all cash sales I Dirt put on the roads now will harden bowel troubles come back and tell us Of Stock, Crop, Farming TooIs,&c. pect to get off in a few days inflamed stomach, check heartburn made on those days. The above j better than it will put on later in the and we'll give back your money. In Mr Charlie Yates, of Greensburg, and distress, stimulate a healthy seFriday Apr. 3, 1914. vest pocket tin boxes; 10c, 25c, 50c. per cent will be given in the fol- season. But in view of the lateness bought a nice bunch of cattle and a cretion of gastric juice, aid in rapid You can buy Rexall Orderlies only of the spring and the fact that the work mule or two from J. A. Diddle and comfortable digestion of the food lowing manner; The customer and help to quickly restore the stomHaving sdld my farm, 1 will offer one day-la-st farmers are all behind with their at The Rexall Stores, and in this town week. purchasing a bill of Goods and wnrlr. nnrl iviehincr tn ;n nrrnnrrp flio only of us Paull Drus Co. Ad for sale at public outcry, on the above Messrs. James Gilpin and son, John ach to a comfortable, paving cash for same, will be re- - work as not to interfere with the nut date at the Sandmeyer Farm West of Preston, R. Corbin and Talbett Coom-e- r, healthy state. They also aid greatly quested to state to what church ting in of the crops, I want to sug- For Sale. Linnie, Ky. The following personal all of the Sparksville section, were in promoting regular bowel action. property. One pair gest that each Assistant Engineer and mules: in our midst one day last week and re Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are sold ne or sne tiesires us to pay a per brood mare in foal; 2 port every thing moving along nicely only at the 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in cent of the amount of said pur Foreman make it a point to put in two I have a three year old filly which I One days on the road during the month of good cows, be fresli this month; 3 good in thelr gection0f country. this town only by us. Three sizes, 25c, chase, a note of such request will ' April. Try to gone will sell. Broke to ride and drives neuers; uuroc Jersey nogs; Lot or 50c, and $1.00 Paull Drug Co. Ad have all the roads be made on each sale bill, and on over during these two days, and fix well. I also have a fine young stallion Corn, Ilay, Straw, Seed Oats, Cane Messrs. mil & Stults, the saw mill Russell & Co , have a unique adverfrnday, April 10th, a correct ac- up all the bad mud holes and other- nearly one year old all indications of Seed, Grass and Clover Seed, Set of men, near this place, have been complaining of their saw mill for the last tisement in y s paper. The propcount will be made of the amount wise rough places so as to make the a fine saddler and driver. Both per- Black Smith Tools, 22 Rolls of Roof- year of not giving them satisfaction osition the firm makes is strictly origwe owe each church from suchj roads smooth for travel during the fectly sound. Parties who want good ing, 3 kegs of Nails, Hams and Bacon. Mr. Hill, who is jack of all trades, has inal and it should interest every memsummer, Binder, Corn Planter. Grain Drill sales and our checks will be issued, j early part of the work and reserve ones see, Joe M. Harris, ber of a religious society, every church Mower, Hay Rake, Manure spreader, failed so ,ar t0 make jt run till later in the other four days payable to the Presidents of the the season when the farmers will not who is interested in Missions, etc. To Two good wagons: Cultivators: Disc, Columbia, Ky. n Mr. Eugene Wethington, the get a correct idea of the contents of Aid Societies of the various be so busy. Tooth and Pulverizing Harrows: 4 H spoke man of this place, made Sweep Power Cane, Fanning and Ci- our town a day or so of last week and the ad read it. The sales the firm churches, or to some official of In this connection 1 would again Death of An Old Citizen. der mills, Feed cutter, Roller, Corn received quite a lot of spokes. He has makes on the two days specified will such churches as designated by like to emphasize the necessity of and Cob Crusher, Riding and Walking the biggest part of our town covered be money in the pockets cf the purthe purchasers of goods on the dragging the roads. If I could only chaser and will also help the various once get the people to dragging the Mr. Wm. P. Phelps, who lived near plows, Buggy and Buckboard, Cut-of- f over with spokes and still they are two above mentioned days. Re- roads after rains when the top of the religious organizations of the county. Glenville, this county, died at his late saw and other things too numerous to bringing them on in abundance. member that purchasers will have road is yet a little soft I am satisfied home last Friday night. He was about mention. Sale hour 9 o'clock a. m. Terms Uncle Charlie Yates and Charles Statement of the Ownership, Manthe privilege of designating any that they would generally take hold seventy-fiv- e years old, was a Federal Sparks made Columbia one day last agement, Circulation etc., Rechurch of any denomination in of that method of smoothing the soldies during the civil war, a tine cit- made known on day of sale. week on business. Fred Sandmeyer. roads. To those who have no drags I izen and a zealous Mason, a man who ADAIR COUNTY, to which they quired by the Act of August would say that I will furnish the same will be greatly missed from the com- Henry Thomas, Auct. Mrs. W. P. Flowers was on the sick want us to make payment of S if you will send in after them. Please 24, 1912. munity where he so long resided. 22-list for a few days of last week but at per cent of their purchase. up your roads as Funeral services were conducted by get busy and dress this time we are glad to report she is We also want you to know that suggested. his pastor Saturday afternoon, followimproving. PIANIST, LISTEN! Respt. J. N Coffey, Of The Adair County News publish ed by the usual Mdsonic ceremonies at our entire Spring Stock is in the County Road Engineer. At grave, Glensork Lodge, of which Died, on the 2tth, Bro. A. T. Sher- ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for April the House ready for your inspection. h year, ne had 1, 1914. King Baggot Rag. he was a member, officiating. rill, in his We have Just had our Spring XA3IE OF P. O. ADDKES3 For Sale been afflicted with heart trouble for a Opening, and have had more comEditor, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. (BY G. W. LOWE.) number of years and other troubles We have been making inquiry about pliments passed on our stock in set up which resulted in his death. Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris prospects and every one with the fruit " A real rag, a real hit, a real idea, a Bro. Sherrill lived a consistent life. Bu. Mgr. C. S. Harris ' all departments than ever before. On Monday, April G, 1914, I will of- whom we have conversed say that up real melody. That's all. Send for it. He was a member of the Baptist Pub. The Adair County News Co. We are always on the lookout, for fer for sale to the highest and best to the present it is uninjured. It Columbia, Ky. court-hous- e church and a Christian in its truest door in Co- looks now like there will be on abund- Price, net 25c per copy. Address, New, Goods, and we bidder at the 97 G. W. Lowe, sense, ne lived up to his profession acres of land, joins Eli ance of apples, peaches and all other lumbia, Ky., Owners: (If a corporation, give feel sure that you will agree that Columbia, Ky. and when the end came he was ready. its name and the names and addresses Ross and narrison Ross on narrods kinds of fruit. It is said that strawwe now have the largest stock of Fork, near Shives Store. About 15 berry plants are looking finely. He was also a member of the Masonic of stockholders holding 1 per cent., or fraternity and a honor to the craft. more of total amount of stock. If not acres in timber. Old time dwelling. Merchandise Died at Milltown. He was always ready to assist in any a corporation, give names and adII. L. & F. J. Thompson. shown in Columbia. New Millinery Goods. benevolent purpose. He was truly a dresses of individual owners ) We have adopted a ONE PRICE C. Townsend, who was a good man. He will not only be missMr. system, every article marked in Joseph Dulworth, son of Mr. J. A. I have just received a complete line brother J. Mr. J. W. Townsend, and ed around the family circle but in his The Adair County News Co. of C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. Millinery Goods plain figures at the price they are Dulworth, Camp Knox, and Miss Ber- of New and an uncle of Mr. Geo. H. Nell, of this church aud the Masonic Hall, where Mrs. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. ' are now open for your inspec- place, died to be cold. Your child, your ser- tha Dowell, daughter of Mr. T. D. which at the home of his brother, he was so true and faithful. His funColumbia, Ky Dowell eloped, last week, to Jeffersou-vill- e tion and which I will sell at prices at Milltown, last Thursday afternoon, eral was preached by his pastor, Bro. W. E. Harris, vant, or anybody can get goods you something. Known bondholders, mortgagees, Call ne was and were married. The paternal that will save n to every body in Dudgeon, at his residence before a from us at the same price as the parent of both the bride and groom early while stock is complete. other security iiolders, holding I the Milltown and Gradyville country, large circle of relatives and friends and cent., or more of v per Mrs. H. W. Wilson, n total amount of "Boss," or anybody else. throughout this sec- 20 tf. are and was a man who had many friends. and his remains interred in the famiCane Valley, Ky. bonds, mortgages or other securities: tion. They are extensive farmers, ownr iMake your arrangements to years old. The ly burying ground, to await the resHe was about sixty-fiv- e come on the above mentioned ing large bodies of land. Mr. Dowell occurred Friday afternoon, urrection morn. He leaves-- a devoted (If there are none so state.) None. It takes printer's ink to bring a interment days, buy your Spring Outfit and recently bought three farms in the crowd. Russell & Co's store was croVd-e- d in the presence of a large circle of rela- wife and five children with a host of Average number of copies of each Gradyville country, Adair county. tives and former neighbors. relatives aud friends to weep over his issue of this publication sold or dis"incidentally" help your church last Friday and Saturday, opening tributed, through the mails or otherdeparture. along. We will have plenty of S. C. White Leghorn Eggs for hatch- days. The music was charming, a wise, to paid subscribers during the Millinery. r sales people to wait on you quick- ing, 15 for 75 cents. If by Parcel Post Victoriola being the instrument. Bright davs made their appearance six months preceding the date shown G cents each. They are the hens that ly. the latter part of last week, giving above. (This information is required Rev. H. Clay Smith, a noted speak A superb showing of the latest and the farmers an opportunity to get in from daily newspapers only.) 2,(500 will supply the Ladies' Aid lay and don't lie. We 21-er, will preach at the Christian Church nobbiest ideas in spring and summer needed work. At the opening of J. O. Russell. C. S. Harris, Editor. Societies of any church with printSunday morning, April 12. At night Millinery. For Ladies, Misses and spring business of all classes is someSworn ed cards outlining this sale, which It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. same date, he will be at the Metho- Children. Every thing is most thor- what dull, as the people out in the this 30th to aud subscribed before me day of Men., 1914. can be used in mailing to your Simeon Burgin, of Casey county, are dist church. Temperance and down oughly and at a very reason- county are busy on their farms. The seal: Jo S. Knifley church members in and out of very much elated over the arrival of with saloons will be his theme. able price. Whatever is the newest merchants and grocerymen send greettwenty-firs- t son at their home. Notary Public Adair County, Ky the you'll always find here. Everybody ings to the farmers, trusting that town. My commission expires Feb., .19,.' All the boys are living, and the most crops, that the Johnson Bros, will advertise their cordially invited. they may get in large uememoer ine proposition we of them are at "home with their par- stock in next week's paper. They . Mrs. Cleo H. Rogers, rain and sunshine will come in due 1916. pay 8 per cent of our cash sales ents. The father of those boys is sixty-- have a good horse and a good Jack. county may Greensburg, Ky. time, and that the entire " years old and the mother fifty-fiv- Watch for their ad, next week. on April Sth and 9th to the va- five Marriage-Licensesb gather in bountiful crops of corn, rious churches of Adair county. wheat and other cereals. When the Nice, new three room cottage for By the 20th of April Kelsey Bros., farmer prosper, every body prospers. In addition to that we will pay The following marriage licenses-wereThere will be singing at Zion the Dr. W. F. Cartwrigt. who are selling goods in the mill dis$5.00 in cash to the church re- 2nd Sunday afternoon in April, con- rent. issued by Couaty Clerk Walker Ery-- v 22-- lt , trict, will be in their new building Call and see my new stock of Kitch ant during the month of March: ceiving the largest donation. ducted by Profs. R. O. Cabbell and which is now being erected by Willis and Steel water Tanks and John-T- . Lloyd to Mrs. HiberniaPer- -' boys will open & Murrell, on the opposite side of the en Sinks James Jones. Every body invited. The Lindsey-Wilso- n RUSSELL & CO. Pumps of all kinds. ryman. There will be special music. the first ball game at Burkesville next street from where they are no w doing 22-S. F. Eubank. J. G. Farris to Miss Nellie .Tup- Saturday. See Solomon McKinley before buybusiness. It will have a glass" front v. man. .' ing your fertilizer. He has the right Our advertisers made a run for and will be conveniently arranged on There will be a play given by the Lewis Coomer to Miss Annie Coom ' For Sale. A good Jersey cow and the interior. The Sandusky Bros,, pupils of Lindsey-Wilso- n kinds and is selling cheap for cash. space this week hence many letters April 18, er. :22-calf. John Dunbar. I will go over until next issue. will own the building. and attend. 1914. Be sure T.'F. Gowen to Mrs. Mary Coomer, eron Wilson. well-know- n Cor-innj Frances Browning, Thelma Grissom, Lucile Winfrey, Milton Murrell, Cam- The subject of this notice was born and reared in Adair county, about four or five miles from Columbia Several years ago she was given a home by Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Wilson, this place, where she lived and was treated as one Of the family; and at whose home the end came last Friday night, after an illness of several weeks. During her sickness she was kindly cared for by the inmates of the home where she died. The deceased was about sixty-eight years old, and had been a consistent religious woman for many years. The interment was in the Gadberry neighborhood where she was born and reared. Many friends attended the last sad rites. death relieved little Nell Hancock, thirteen years old, of her long suffer- (Tuesday) morning at 0:45, well-know- n the j , easy-actin- g I J to-da- well-know- lt sixty-sevent- Up-to-da- te Up-to-da- te ever Up-to-da- te well-know- well-know- 2t up-to-da- te . e. 22-4- .' -, 3t -- 3t THE ADAH, .OUNTY NEWS legislator and as governor. I show-e- c any undue parfaKty to the railroads or to ani of the corporate Interests. An impart.al inspection of my record on that subject is a complete refutation of his cnatges. When I became governor upon the death of Governor Gcebel, February. 1900, I determined that I would, as far as I was able, see that every premiss made by him to the people should be fulfilled, not alone out of sentiment over his tragic death, but because I had fought with him for those principles upon which he made his campaign, and I believe in them. If any one will take the trouble to look at the Democratic platform of 1899, upon which he made his race for governor, he will see that every promise in it that could be fulfilled was fulfilled and enacted into law while I was governor. The leading issue of that campaign was the railroad rate measure, known as the McChord bill, which had passed the general assembly of 1S9S, when I was speaker of the house, but had been vetoed by Governor Bradley. It proposed to give to the state railroad commission power to regulate rates, and prevent extortion and dis crimination upon the part of the railroads. Fulfilled Goebcl's Pledges. r.w Jl are not acquainted with the habitual involved, fairly and calmly meas- methods of the speaker." ure the merits and claims of the reAnd further along Mr. Miller gald spective candidates, and cast their that Mr. Stanley had made statements votes for that man who in their hones: that were absolutely untrue. judgment can render the best and These opinions, which I have quotmost efficient service to the coun- ed from the record, give a good idea try? It is, of course, true that somp of the bad reputation of Mr. Stanley times it is difficult in a campaign for among his colleagues in congress for ajeclares Facts Grossly Misrep many voters to decide among the veracity and reliability of statement. claims of rival candidates, and to de- No wonder that, with a reputation like termine the one most deserving that in the lower house, he is so anxresented by Opponent. of their support. Some voters, too ious to leave it, and now seeks to be are often caught by the noise a candi- transferred to the senate, where he is date makes, by the vehemence of his not so well known. Probably he thinks, too, that and digPOINTS WITH P3IDE TO RECORD utterances, bythe violence of his ges- nified senate, of in the staid courtesy, tures, and proverbial the amount of abuse and vituperation in which he indulges, he would be given more latitude in hi3 without stopping to inquire what good lurid and irresponsible speeches, and Candidate For Democratic Senatorial services h has performed to justiiy not be called down every time he Nomination Clearly Defines Issues their puttUg faith in him and giving made one of his customary and chronhim their support. Other voters are ic deviations from the truth. In Kentucky Campaign Urges Vosometimes persuaded to support a Gives Sensational Interview. ters to Carefully Consider Public man because of the fact that he has Again, last April, following his celeRecords of Candidates and Select never had any positive convictions brated flight from the Webb bill, he Wl2n Whose Performances Measure upon any debatable or disputed public gave out a sensational interview Closest to Promises. question. Who cautiously avoids givwhich was published with conspicuous ing expression to his opinions upon In a speech delivered at Hlizabeth- - such questions, until after it is appar- - headlines on the front page of a Louistown, J. C. W Beckham, candidate ent upon which side there is a ma- - ville newspaper, wantonly attacking Hon. Claude Thomas of Paris, a state lor the Democratic nomination for jority, and who then loudly procla'ms senator, and criticising me because I United States senator, declared that himself to hae always been on that had endorsed Senator Thomas for ap- lie had always heartily favored the side. But the safest rule of all. I be- pointment under the administration at electioi' of United Stales senators by lieve, where there are a number of Ttlj. ocliirt erf " " x"" .,il. direct vote of the peoj.le and pointed candidates, is for the people to take- u'" eno, e of the worthiest and trues . "with pride to the fact that :n the last time to carefuliy compare their pube TOn7 f e" ' f the 8l?te' ??d three Demociatic national conven- lie records, and from those records de- s h'm fupn. raisrfbl' tions he had helped place in the par- cide which one has shown himself 'f11 to Bf ty's tdntforni a plank declaring in most capable, efficient and faithful.! ' n afa!bl?? s?mfA' iej?fed favor of that principle. He declared for public service. It is not from a fnfr uuiuincic, LUUL JU. QlUUiey lmr nmilrl n.m, UUl ,. c that the issues in tin; present cam man s - promises or speeches, !, 11. fl,nu t v """" "g,cl unoci !. II. 6iiueu.1 c 1110 iui iiidiiiYra, iuul conclusively that Stanley clearly drawn and that At4iid nuiu i,;., aignv"i be had deliberthe pec pie will have ample opportun you can best tell what he will do, or ately misrepresented the facts. ity to judge of the merits of the differ- - what his capacity is. I am unwilling to pursue the enumI have always heartily favored the ent candidates. His speech follows, eration of many similar instances, The people of Kentucky for the first election of senators by a direct vote and I should not refer to them at all, time in the history of the state have, of the people. In the last three Dem except to show what manner of man this year, t e opportunity of choosing ocratic National Conventions 1 havj it is that is running out from Washhelped to place in the party's plat"by a direct vote one of their two rep ington every week and neglecting his T8sentativei in the federal senate. form each time a plank declaring in work there to make these false and The change from the old system of favor of that principle. It is, therefore, vicious charges against me. I shall legislative election marks a new era j a source of satisfaction to me, as a make it plain, before I get through in our government, and illustrates the candidate for the Democratic nomina- with him, what influences are back awakened and intelligent purpose of tion for senator in the state primary of him and inspiring him to such a ihe i eople to take a firmer and Wrong- of next August, that both the nomina- character of campaign. er hold for themselves upon public tion and election are to be deterHe has charged that, during my seraffairs. It lias been a slow, peaceful mined by direct vote of the people. I vices as governor. I showed such pari)ut determined revolution, conducted have never sought a nomination for tiality to the railroads, and particu In an orderly and constitutional way, any office that I did not prefer to sub larly to the Lcuisville & Nashville to bring about a fundamental change mit my candidacy in that way to the Railroad company, it employed me as in the organic law of the land. The people; and I took an active part in an attorney, at a high salary, as a re.salutary and effect of it securing our present primary law. ward for those alleged services, after Issues Clearly Drawn. I retired to private life and to the The issues in this campaign will be practice of law. He himself knows clearly drawn, and from now unti' that to be untrue. In all of his long August the people will have ample op and exhaustive search of my record, portunity to judge between mo an-.- he found only three measures, passed my opponents for the nomination. No almost unanimously by the general one can truthfully say that 1 have assembly while I was governor, upon ever been lacking in frankness in deal- - which to base this absurd charge. I ing with public questions, or that for shall not undertake to discuss the or for any purpose, I have logical and false conclusions which he ever betrayed a principle. I come be- endeavors to draw as to the results fore the people of Kentucky in the-- and purposes of those law. No Intel present race not unknown to them. ' ligent man after examining them, can having a public- record with whVu agree witl him in what he says about they are largely familiar, and with a them. position upon leading public questions Laws Not Questioned. I both state and national, about which I Isn't it strange that.no one, either have never made any concealments That record has been made the oh- hefore or since the passage of those ject of violent attack by one of my laws, many years ago, has ever found opponents; and if he has told the truth ' reason to criticise them, or seek to about it, I should not deserve this llave them repealed? Two of those nomination; hut if he is proven false measures were passed in the session 'ji his accusations, then he shou'd re o 1&1- -. 32 years ago, and the other eive the fate duo every man whe one two years later in the session of seeks to help himself by traducing 194. One of these passed in 1902 an opponent, and by attempting to was Senate Bill 11G. It passed in the deceive the puolic. I dislike self ' senate by a ote of 33 to 0; and in tne house Si to 1. The other, passed :raise. I should prefer that, if ever have rendered any public service.- - at tne sani" session, was House Bill worthy of favorable mention, others ' 1G9. It passed the senate 31 to 1, and should speak of them, and not try to passed the house 73 to 7. The third, Jo so myself. But as this opponent passed in the session of 1904, was "nii in n ni i t ii linn an Mr. Stanley, has seen fit to make an Senate Bill 2.i0. It passed the senate J. C. 'V. BECKHAM. issue of my record in this campaign 29 to 0, and passed the house 7C to 1. No one believes that if these bills "teas alit-ad- j been apparent even in tho and lills his speeches with attackpresent senate, by the unusual readi-- upon it, it is only fail to me and to were such nefarious measures the legBess of thai body in recent legislation those associated with me in my work islators, almost unanimously, would have passed them. No man In all Kento obey the mandates of the people-- in the nast that I should give Pot manv vear t'.:e Democratic nar- - time to discussion of that subject tucky ever found cause to, cr did. iy alone advocated the change; but and how that he has deliberately m.s complain of them until .Mr. Stanley, a? lime went on and the subject :v-- , lepresented facts in the hope of win- more than 10 years after they were enacted, became a candidate for the &vert greater attention, the import- - j ning votes for himself. seriate against me, and, having nothIt is not the first time that he hafc 3mce and value of it became so evi dent that it took hold of the minds of pursued that policy in order to secure ing else with which to assail my rectraany followers of other political par- some newspaper advertisement or ord, seizes upon them as the means ties, aad congress, under the influence some supposed political advantage for oi his senseless and insincere attack of an overwhelming public sentiment, himself. No question of accuracy or Six regular sessions of the general asat last submitted the constitutional truthfulness in his statements qver sembly have been held since the first amendment to the states for ratifica-tio- . restrains him in such cases I need two of them were passed. Why has not this watchful gua-dia- n With unprecedented prompt- to state only a few of the many undeof the people's rights come beness, far in advance of the calcula- - niable instances of this well known h:fore one or more of those sessions, tions of the most sagacious politi- characteristic- of his, to illustrate clans, more than the required number utter disregard of the truth, in his. told them of the iniquities in those f states ratified it; and it was. les spectacular efforts to attract attention laws, and urged their repeal or mod'than a year ago, finally proclaimed as to himself and to inspire if possible. ification? Why has he net beer, be;a part of the constitution of the Tint- - into the mind? of the unthinking, tlv fore the session this past winter, and ..ad States. It puts lastly more power! idea of his indispensable services to! urged it, or had some meml'ei- do it in ihti hands of the people and should the cause of the people and to the Simply because he knows Uiere is no j truth m what he says about them, enable them to secure more quickly welfare of the country. and hopes only to the ignorand effectively their wishes upon pubWork For Press Agent. ant and unthinking. lic questions. On the 30th of last April, evidently I knew nothing of those bills, and But, at the same time, along with for tlje purpose of giving his diligent the added power it lmposses upon and overworked press agent some- - had nothing to do with them until they had passed Ui general assemtliGiB far greater responsibilities, and j thing to send out to the Kentuck' bly and came L ion? me as governor - j newspapers aud to inject some newthose responsibilities must he seriously and sh Aessf ulh met, if the goad in-- , .life into his senatorial candidacy, for appioval or disapproval. They had tended by the amendment is to he ac- - shortly after his unhappy experiences, been considered in the committees complished. It requires of them a in first dodging and then running afoul and upon the fioors of both houses, 'Uo""'e careful and deliberate considera- - cf the Webb bill, he made a dramatic and had passed almost unanimously. i against jj-- no' only of tl e issues involve! speech on the floor of congress, and His miserable charges are evenme, therefore, about them, a but of the characters as usual, had so little regard for the In of the candidates j facts, that several congressmen called greater injustice and insult to almost and saJjcatJcnp the entire membership of those two fror.' wfcom" J hey are to make their j him down. Even the sessions of the general assembly. Hi; - and ablo Democratic leader,. Mr lin!ie old system of elecchoice. people- derwood felt called upon the rebukt attempt to make an issue of this is a ing senators, the will of the was frequently disregarded, bargain- - him and to expose Ms misstatements. reflection, too, upon the intelligence of Ing aud corruption loo often con-- ; That gentleman said, in speaking of the Democratic voter of Kentucky. He seems to be ignorant of the fact trollea the legislative elections, and j Stanley : in-- 1 "I do not know rhere the gentleman lhat such demagogic methods of camas result the senate had become defiant to the j got his information, but it is abso paigning are now discredited and obdiSferent, and somoUmes best interests of the people. The . lutely unwarranted by facts," (Conir. solete, becauseof of the more General dissemination education and knowlamendment, though slow in coming. Record, p. 69S.) On the same occasion another con- - edge among the : eonle. In a land been, a splendid triumph for the has where schools are scarce and books cause and growth of popular govern- - gressman. Mr. Miller, said: Mr. Chairman, the gentleman from and newsrapers are rarely, if ever, "nent Kentucky (Mr. Stanley), as he always seen, he might he accounted a leader Hard Problem Fcr Voters. asking too much, therefore, does, gave us an interesting word pic- to be trusted, but not in this age and Is it Kentucky can he hope to imnot of that in consideration vastlythis great ture, but, as usual, conspicuous as a pose in upon the intelligence and reason increased monumental example of inaccuracy of boon to them and the power placed hi their hands, the peo- statement.! Mr. Chairman, words idly of the people by such dishonest methods. He is the only man who has ever ple should take a deeper interest in uttered, even upon the floor of this to house, may be taken outside with a said and he does not believe it that the selection of the men who are .represent them in the senate, par I degree of seriousness by those who In all Ihe years of my public service. ECKHAM DENIES tiently aud patriotically study the is-sue-s administration of such laws is just as important as the character of them, and the demagogue who would seek to blackmail a railroad company or CAMPAIGN TALE! ; I A - i- I i " ltta V .,..,. ii I i ; j i i J . ' J i tar-reachi- . : j - j i - - j j j j j I j j j , - 1 ! I - - - - ! dn-jeiv- e J v .lcction, mild-mannere- d Udr - ! every possible legal advantage. Be- quently, an congressman In tween ihese two extremes will be Kentucky ambitious had no more reason to fear found the fair, honest and equitable any harmful political results to himground upon which this grave and im- self in attacking y such a portant question should be settled. The trust, than the trust seemed to have law passed by the general assembly to fear any evil cvnseiuences to itself in 1900 on this subject gives to our from the widely advertised attacks boaid of railroad commissioners am- upon it from thi same congressman. ' ple power, so far as intrastate comHe boasts, too, of his long warfare merce fc concerned, to remedy any upon the tobacco trust, and yet 'nei wrongs that may exist, with due re- ther he nor his most anient friend gard to The rights of the people and can point to a single act of his that of the rallroi'ds. We have reason to has ever brought the slightest subhope that the present board in the stantial relief to the tobace grower, general investigation on the subject or to the ieople. from the y rongs p of rates it is now making will reach by that trust. Inflammatory a conclusion that will be just to all and incennUry speeches are the only alike. The puwer of a railroad com- remedies he has ever .iven for tlio-- e pany to levy an extortionate rate, sim- evils and it is a tact one that ply because of a lack of competition weapon the tobacco growers th Kenof After the death of Governor Goebel, or by an agreement with a competing tucky have been able to use socees,-full- y notwithstanding all the chaos, excite- line, should be restrained; and the in a contest with that trust, w.c ment, and danger or that penou, I authority, to do this now rests with the act of the sneral a8ses.bJ-- r f used every power that I could proper- nu board so far as rates within this 1906, legalizing the iwoliHg of the r ly use as governor to have that gen- state are concenicl. crops, and that' measure was imssel "I si'sres. th.t : on give the report with my act've assistance, eral assembly pats it. The bill, as drattand wis of this hoard serious consideration. signed bv -- Y. while i was governor. ed by Goiernor Goebel and Mr. McChord, was passed and promptly sign- Its recommendations should be fol- Neither hsrd that trust any political ed by me. It was contested by the rail- lowed as far as strength ir Kentucky, and it was cerIn the last thre Pemieratic na- tainly not to he feared by a candidate roads in the courts; and after conferring with Mr. McChord, the chairman tional conventions, St. Louis in 1904, for congress in the Second district if ot the board, and with the attorney Denver in 190S, and Baltimore in the state. general, I employed able lawyers to 1912, as the member for Kentucky on Liqucr Trust Domlrtar.t. I helieri represent the state in the defense of the resolutions But there is a trust in Kentucky tne law, all the way to the supreme to shape the party platforms on that court of the United States. I never subject. U the time I served as such whose political power exteiKis like a failed at any time to use every power at Demcr and Baltimore. I was one pall over the entire state, and hoi is in it.-- strong grasp many poiitici.. . j of the local attorneys for the LouisI could to have the law established ville & Nashville Railroad company who dare not provoke its enmity or and enforced. That law, which could not have passed at that time without in Franklin county. How fai that wrath. lt. pernici'iiis activity hae anemployment aftected my views on the p eared in nearly every primary, conmy active assistance, has formed th subject may be seen by looking at the vention and legislative assembly hfld ground work of what power is in the hands of the railroad commission, to railroad planks in those platforms. I in Kentucky for many years. It huj remedy any wrongs against the peo- helped to write the Denver platform, sought to dominate the politics of the ple and the shippers in intrastate and it- -- declaration of principles on state in every particular, and it has that v,i,:ect was the most advance' fought to prevent any limitation mon transpoitation. Let us now look at the taxation of positir.i evpr taken by one of the its market or any restriction opoi parties. If I shall be is business- - It has sought to estabrailroad properties while I was gov- gnat ernor, and let us take the case of tlv elected to he United States senate, I lish saloons in every cotinty, city and shall be glided by the principles an- - hamlet in the commonwealth. It has Louisville and Nashville Raih-oaninnced in those platforms, and shall put its blight upon more homes, it Companj, the largest system in th assist wherever possible, the presi- has wrecked more human lives, ani state, and the one to which Stanle-chargedent and his administration, in deal- filled more untimely graves, than have I was so partial. year before I becarile governor, ing with this great and important all the other trusts combined. It rThe ho serve it. and punin I S9i that company was payin- - matter and in doing jo, I shall uso ward.s those the same fair, honest and intelligent ishes, those who oppose it. It taxes, all told, to the state, counties, cities and other taxing districts, th spirit, with which I have always tried ' ceases in its efforts to control the legislatures, the courts, and the exevi sum of 5269.30S.74. In 1907, the yea; to deal with every public question. Now as to my employment as an at- tive officers of the state. It demand-tha- t I went out of office, the same com it shall have the senators, ami torney, of wh'V-- Mr. Stanley seeks to pany paid fcr the same purposes, th make an issue. After my retirement as many as possible of the coHgress sum of $4r."j,5 11.26, nearly twice as much as it jaid in 1S99. Correspond from office and my defeat for the men frr.m this state, in the federal ing increases were made upon th. senate in 1H0S. I had no means uiKin confess. The teel trust has never x other lailroads and public service cor which to live and support my family, ercised more power in Pennsylvania pdrations doing business in the state excent to depend upon the practice of ; than has the liquor trust in Kentucky . my profession. In the sprint: cf that and no man ever ore the collar o. When I came into office, those year I formed a law partreiship with the steel trust more slavishly i re not paying rmy fran chise taxea at all to the counties Mr Lewis McQuown. for the general that staU or followed its command than Stanley Ik. cities and t':King districts. But 1 em- practice of law, and located in Frank- - j more ployed cour-f'l- , with the approval oi fort Our firm was offered the local done for the liquor trust Ir this stat A few of the many n h the attorney rneral, to carry the cast attorneysh'p for fee L-- & N. railroad in the courts of Franklin county. We stances oi his servkes to that tni-wito the supicme court, and that com i show that I am not misrep: t upheld out rontentions that the accepted it. and held it until th first January We were encased ia senting him or his record, fa Augu.. should pay franchise taxes upon that of last the genera! nratic of law. and we 1911, a De:r.ccrati state conTeatiu basis. By reason of that decision, everj accented all !T!Hmate ani deirabte was held a Lc.rsvilk- to prepare county, city and school district in tliG business offorwl to us. Ow'nc to 111 platform upou hich the Democrat i -state, into which a railroad runs, re- IieH'tK rav nartner bad to etire from j nomine- j f.r t ite olifera should -practice a few months ago: and hefore ;he ier:io !n the oaatpaign ceives annually its proportion of the the following 'hat retirement, and owias that year. The chief Issue in tl franchise tax. was Whether or not v Numerous other Instances durln4 to my inteitfcn m o devote most of ia" county-unit plank should be placed .: time to re ca aign this vear, I sve j the nnariy efcht years of my service pmnlovm'-nt- . and also o!'- no-- ! the i.latforri. The liq-aforces as governor, poi'ld he shown, if neces- up that their full strength against th sary, to prove the utter falsity of Stan ley's charges; but as he does not be- nois Central Railroad, whirh had .eiy plank; and among the most act: leaders on their side was JTr. Stank-workilieve them himself, ft is not like'-tha- t, little local business in Frankfort. for them to the full extent o even with all of his fervid Not Paid Regular Salary. his influence in the effort to ken th: and frenzied oratory, he can nmkr-otherInstend of drawing a very large sal plank out. When the question earn be!' " e them. ary from the L. & N. Railroad com- to a vote in the convention on a rol' Whflf I !:d all that was in my (lowj er to hold the railroads to a strict pany, or any other railroad company, call, he boastfully cast the rotes o as Mr. Stanley charges, I have drawn j Henderson couaty against th cownt; accountab.lityto th" laws and to fair dealing with the eoi If, I did not seek no salary at all, but have been paid j unit plank. 'His service to the trust was wore on a fee basis; and what I have re-- 1 I be to oppress or ham; er them. altogether from all railroad em- devoted than his service to the nartv deved in givinr them every reasonable encourngament possible, to in ployments, has not averaged as much or to the state: for intelligent obs eight hundred dollars a year. Our servers, know that, without that plan!, duce them to improve their servir-en- d employment had not the slightest in the platform our state ticket wouil to build new lines. I dtd hot vonnection or significance; and have IkuI little chance to succeed in demagocue about them and try to v!n popular favor by denouncing or the seiit'.rneri in the railroad service, the November ele tion. He. of eoir:e oersecuting th"m. When I first be under w!tm we did our work, never defended his position upon the srcui: ' sought. diiHCtly or indirectly, to influ- that the law wcnld be uncostit. came governor, there were tweaty-;l- : counties in Kentucky that did no1. ence ur j .vsition on any political or tional." That is always the last argua trust magnate 1.. a have a mile of railroad in them; now public tujo?tion, or in any manner of ment made by railroad ptIiciea or legislation. We fight nsair.i-- a reform measure- Tho there are nineteen counting !a that condition, and Kentucky is far behind served them just a we did other court of apt eals has sai! that the law and tried to discharge our was constitutional, notwithftandini most of the other states in not having liuties to them as lawyers, conscien-liouif- y bis opinion. sufficient railroad mileage to 'I?v!o and satisfactorily. Led Unit Pfank Fight. its resources. On the general subject My "osition upon these matters is As the chairman of the committee of railroad matters. I expressed m position in 190G. when I sent my last too well knewn to take up more t!me on resolution in that cnvtntioH, I regular message to a general assem in discussing them. On this question led the fight for the adoption of that and upon others, I am in accord with plank, and stood before the conrea-tio- n bly. In discussing the subject, I ci: the principles of my party, as declared earnestly advocating it, although Railroad Commissioner's Report. in its platforms, and with the policy I w2s confronted with the hisses and 'The report of the board of rail of the president in his efforts to up jeers of the galleries, packed with tho fload commissioners is before you, hold and enforce those principles. followers of the saloon interests antf and shows the condition and progress But this railroad question is a false of Mr. Stanley But a majority of tha of that industry in this state. We are issue sought to be raised by Mr. Standelegates stood with me' in the vote, pleased to obsrrve that there has been ley, to hide, if possible, his own inde- Che plank was adopted, the state tickan increase in milerce, in the alrn. fensible and inexcusable record oa et was elected by over thirty Ur-of railroad proi erty, and in theii another question, which is a real and sand majority, and the county nn.t earnings. It is a good indication, o important issue between him and m. hill, removing all exemption of cities the prosperity of oui people. There is and one from which he cannot escape from is operation, was passed by the no intelligent citizen among us vh'; by prevarication, or flight, or by th general assembly the following windoes not want to see the railro. d abuse of an opponent. It is needless ter. prosper and ej.rn a :"air dividend t to say that I refer to his attitude and fact that tho It is a well owners, Lnd any legjsjatic-whic- h record on the liquor question. There political agents known their and lobbyists of the cripples them, or hrmpers their 'ipr never been a time in county, stat liquor trust are actively fighting m su?c;-s.- : : tuw!s"' : j' or nation, when that question was up in this race, and that they are backing Inexcusable Bnt it is also true 'hat n any way, since he entered politics Mr. Stanley, and will continue to dc he has not taken sides with the so, unless they should conclude that stat' -- n without proper rvd sensii-lr.I on interests against the cause of federal control the mrncpement of . they would have a better chance to mrerance. He advertises himseU defeat me with some other candidate railroad company, as a rule. w"H l;o"? ;ensively and spectacularly as the more to the interrt of the owners o' The temperance people have for foe of the trusts. He pose it than of the y.V:r which ;ues it many vears been seeMn? to secure Their prime concern is to earn th : s the arch enemy of the steel trust; 'egislation from congresto enable a Iarcest possible dividends for thi nd would have it believed that tlr state to prevent interstate shipment .r.agnates at the head of that octopu st3cl.holders, ved th public is, the- liqucr into dry territory of the ite-A practically defenceless without actually tremble at the mention of hl of bill, embodying fore, that Idea, known as proper and effective state. and federal dread name. He continually and exthe Webb bill, was introduced in con-regulation. The honest and prudent citedly dwells upon the work of his in far-awa" other corporation with the threat of hostile legislation, or with the unjust application of the law, is a felon deserving of ihe severest punishment. Urges Fair Play. '"On the other hand, we must not flatter ourselves with the delusion that a railroad company is a charitable" organization, and that without wise restriction it would not take vestigating committee, when, as a matter of fact, the impression Is very general and well founded that the purpose of that investigation was more tc advertise and give notoriety to its chairman than to accomplish any real and substantial relief from the exactions of the sttel trust. That trust had few, if any, friends in Kentucky. Its great power was never exerted in the politics of this state. It never seemed to think it worth while to take any part in the nomination or election of a congressman or other official here. Conse- - j d s - , nvr s j I cor-poiati- out-"icuti- j j I -- well-know- ll - i con-.rctio- n - or mi'-terc- el ng s pla-th- e po-litic- a! t - - m-.i- :" '"- - ! e " n.-'er- ate -t- (Concluded on third cage.) 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Mr. Taft vetoed it, and it went back to the house for a vote on passing it over the president's veto. It required only a majority to pass it originally, and Mr. Stanley's vote could charitably be spared by the liquor interests then, because his vote against it could not have changed the result, and he might thereby save his record. boot-legger- - i j i The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. (SflEL: &. v LIlfJw A few drops in the """""H water diarrhoea. prevents cholera, cures ana n gnd other chick diseases. One : pottle makes 12 gallons of wSample and booklet on 'Dis Bwirbon Remedy Co. Icxisgtog, 'if a chick's down eapes. BOURBON POULTRY VKur . i CURE ' ( throat cores ij. Took His Medicine. But when it came back with the s president's veto, it required of the members to pass it over the veto, and the liquor interests hoped to muster .enough votes to sustain the veto. Their orders were issued; and Mr. Stanley, in obedience, was compelled to go back to Washington, like a truant boy from school, not only to vote, but to make a speech, against it, and declare that it was "unconstitutional." What a spectacle to see this doughty and terrible warrior against the trusts, first stealthily slip ping away from Washington to avoids a vote, and then in hopeless bondage to the great Kentucky trust, and after receiving its orders, ignominiously returning to Washington to obey those orders and take his medicine. Of course it is constitutional and no court of competent or final jurisdiction will ever decide it otherwise. It is absurd to maintain that there is anything in the constitution of the United States to prohibit so righteous a measure, or to make the government an accomplice and abetter pi and blind tigers. two-thirdboot-.leggers ence here, and as a Pennsylvania or New Jersey trust, which have none? Isn't it evident to the people of Kentucky that he is undertaking to mislead them, and i& trying to raise a false issue to divert their attention from his own record, which shows that he is the servant of the greatest and cruelest trust of all My position on this subject is well known. I believe it is conceded that I have had some important part in the enactment of the temperance legislation in this state, in the better enforcement of the laws regulating the liquor traffic and in the increase of taxation on that business. Under laws which I actively helped to pass, the greatest part of Kentucky has become dry territory. I helped to pass, and. as governor, signed the County Unit law of 190G; and in the Democratic convention of 1911, I supported the County Unit plank in the platform, which demanded an amendment to the law by extending the county unit to all cities, and thj general assembly of 1912 passed that amendment I have fought for the principle of giving to each county the right to decide by a vote of the people whether or not alcoholic liquors should be sold in the county. I favored the increase of the saloon license in the revenue bill of 190G, which brought additional revenue into the treasury. I also favored the gallon tax upon rectified whisky proposed in the same bill; and when the lobby of the rectifiers succeeded in defeating that tax, I called a special session of the general assembly to pass it, and it wa passed, putting one cent and a quarter on each gallon. That tax has been yielding each year to the state treasury about fifty thousand dollars. I favor the Webb law passed by congress, and if I had been a member of that body, either in the house or the senate, when the bill was up for consideration, I would have remained in Washington at my post of duty and voted for it, and if I am elected to the senate, and it should become necessary to pass an amendment to that law, or additional legislation, in furtherance of the principle of allowing each state to protect its dry territo-- y from the invasion of the liquor traffic, I shall favor such a measure, and I shall never be found dodging that or any other question. Two Measures Approved. I cordially approve the two measures just recently passed by our general assembly, one known as the Hampton bill, and the other as the Frost bill. The first is intended to make more effective the remedy given by the Webb law; and the second, to complete the operation of the County Unit law, so that an election under that law can be called by twenty-fiv- e per cent of the voters of the entire county, instead of requiring twenty-fiv- e per cent in each precinct of the county. While I was governor my attention was called to the fact that the law, which required all saloons to close on Sundays, was regularly and flagrantly violated in the city of Louisville. There was no ordinary power In the hands of the governor to compel its enforcement, and the most 1 could do was to request officials there to enforce it My requests were not regarded; but in the course of time the court of appeals decided that the slection of 1905 was void by reason dividuals, I should not wish to do any of them harm; but this is a question of principle and not of men; and I believe that where the people have expressed their wishes In laws, those laws should be rigidly enforced. Opponent to Blame. I regret that it has been necessary to give so much attention to, or to criticise, my opponent, Mr. Stanley. But as he has pitched his campaign upon such a low plane of misrepresentation and abuse, he can not hope to escape a fair and just discussion of his own record. His speeches con-is- t of two parts; first, extravagant praise of himself, and second, abuse of me. It is proper, therefore, that upon this occasion, at least, I should show the utter falsity of the charges acainst me. and the irresponsible character and indefensible recora ot the man who makes them. Xo consideration for the truth, no regard for the intelligence of his hearers, deter him from the most unwarranted statements, in his efforts to win votes. There is no style of oratory easier to acquire, or temporarily more popu- lar with the unthinking, than that of abuse and vituperation. From an ordinary book of synonyms an abundant vocabulary of defamatory epithets may be easily memorized, and, when accompanied with boisteious declamations and vehement gesticulations, is sometimes mistaken by the unwary for real oratory. An orator of that kind is ever willing to sacrifice facts to secure applause, believing that a falsehood is not often overtaken by the truth, and really not caring very much if it should be. for, by the time it is overtaken his fertile imagination has been able to invent a new one and start it upon career The gauge by which he usuallv measures the succe.--s ci one of his s ee. "es is in the amount of persjiration he has been able to exude during its delhery. The man who so assails me in this campaign has achieved an unenviable and even r. national notoriety as an actor in that branch of the art; and it is not surprising, therefore, that he should b chosen as the mouthpiece of the liquor interests in this fight asoiist me , A fitter instrument for that character of work could not easily have been found. I have no fear of any attacks upon my record as a public servant. I am net vain enough to claim that it ha' neon free from mistakes; but the searchlight of strictest scrutiny has been turned upon it in many campaigns, and I believe I may say. without boast, that it has stood the test. In the nearly eight years of my service as governor, I had many difficult conditions and trying problems to deal with; but I am perfectly willing to stand upon a comparison of that of the affairs of my successors in office. State Debt Wiped Out. When I went into office as governor there was a debt upon the state of about $1,700,000. When I went out of office all of that debt had been paid, the financial credit of the state was at the highest point it has ever been, before or since that time; and there was more than $1,000,000 in the state treasury. All obligations of the star were promptly paid when presented, no interest bearing warrant had to lip issued, no increased tax rate was put upon the people, and during that time the annual revenues of the state were not as large as they have been during succeeding administrations. By hard work and by patient attention tc the duties of the office, I kept in close touch with the treasury conditions, and at each session of the general assembly I was prepared to inform the legislators about those conditions and keep them from appropriating any more money than the revenues of the state could afford. Legislators are not always to be blamed for appropriating more money than can be afforded. When a hundred and thirty-eigh-t members go to the capital once in two years for only sixty days, from all walks of life, it is aot to be expected that they should learn accurately, in so short a time, the exact conditions of the revenue affairs of the state. But it is the especial duty of the governor to advise them about such matters; to show them low far they can go in spend' ig the state's money, and he should never well-starte- d d of unkindness or hostility to those gaged in the liquor business. As J constituting or representing the above' named interests." I was not in the convention hall when that resolution was introduced and read, and when I came in a wild scene of tumult and disorder existed. After I got to the Kentucky delegation, I was told that the resolution demanded the withdrawal from the convention of certain delegates. I Qebts. was opposed to such a summary and Accomplishments Reviewed. irregular method of expelling deleAnd yet we were able to accom-- I gates, even though those delegates were on the opposite side from mj lisli much in the line of and improvement. The new capitol side in the Issues before the convenwas built and made ready to be fur- tion. In the midst of the great connished. The two normal schools were fusion and noise, a poll was takea established and the term of the p'lb-li- c among the Kentucky delegates, and schools was extended from ?vo to understanding that to be the effect six months; and at no other period of the resolution to expel those delein the state's history was so much gates, I voted against it, and am not ever done for the cause of education. ashamed of that vote cast under suclu All of the state institutions were en- conditions. The poll of our delegation showed larged and improved, and new institutions were established. These things that only 3 votes were for the resagainst it. including" and others were done, not only with- olution and 22 out increasing the tax rate or borrow- the vote of Governor McCreary, who ing money, but while we were actu- voted as I did, but about his vote, Mr. ally paying off the debt inherited from Stanley for some reason, makes no Shortly before the secrepreceding administrations. Wise and criticism. tary of the convention called the rol! beneficial legislation was enacted dur ing that period, in the interest of the of the states, Mr. Bryan himself with- farmers, the laboring men, and all le-- ! dreu' the offensive part of the classes of our people and tion calling for the withdrawal of for the commercial and industrial de-- J those delegates, and the resolution as velopment of the state. When the Re- -' amended was adopted by a vote oi publican administration came into con-- 88S for t0 2011 against it It thera-tro- l in 190S, and had complete access ' fore carried by an overwhelming mi-t- o all the records and books for four Jority, and in the excitement and they were unable, after diligent fusion it was not considered neces-searcht to find anything in all those' sary for Kentucky to change its years of my administration upon for lt- Even all of the New York aaE Virginia votes, in whose delegations which to base just criticism. But I shall not dwell longer upon sat the delegates objected to, were these matters. For the part I mav cast for il- - A consideration of the, have had in all of these achievements, vote- - therefore, shows that it did not or for any credit I might deserve, 1 siSU'fy the real sentiments of everr t leave to the fair and impartial judg-- ' delegate; or, in other words, indicate-mena11 of tho3e wno voted for the that of the people of Kentucky. As to my position upon national is-- j resolution really favored it, or that all sues, I believe that, too, is well known o tllose Avnose votes were recorded in this state. Since 1S96. I have fol- aSainst it were against it Favored Resolution, lowed the leadership of Mr. Bryan and advocated in every campaign since you will read that part of the res-theIf the causes for which he has olution which was adopted, you will stood. I defended him and his prin remember that I not only favored ab ciples when they were not so popular solutely its purpose, but that both be as they are now; and no one has re- - fore the Kentucky state convention joiced more than I have in seeing the and in the national convention, I did steady growth and complete triumph everything I could to help the nora,--of those principles. The people of this ination of Woodrow Wilson, who w&6 country have never had an abler, more not under obligations to J. Pierpoat devoted, or more useful leader than Morcan Thomas F. Ryan, or August he has been; and it must be of in-- Belmont, or to any or the satisfaction to his patriotic jng inteiests, while Mr. Stanley was pride, for him now to see that most doing all he could to help Mr. Clark of those reforms, for which he has and I intend no reflection whatever so valiantly fought, in times of defeat up0n that distinguished and worthy and adversity, and against such pow- - gentleman's democracy or integrity erful opposition, have at last becomo whom those men and their associate a part of the organic and statutory were trying to nominate. Mr. Stanley law of the land. It is a greater victor was striving, for purposes of bm-tha- n to have won even the presidency combe, to ote to unseat some of those of the United States. delegates who were supporting the' same candidate for president that he Always Favored Bryan. At the Baltimore convention of was supporting- That illustrates very 1912, I voted for him for the chair- - wen how little regard for consistency manship of the convention. When he ne l!asBut it is a waste of time to discuss was defeated for that, I was one of an attempt - so trifling and absiyrd tnose who wished to make hni chair' nis Pgrt t0 raise an isse resol-foman of the committee on "Pn But he declined the nosuion of chair- - th!s matter. The people of Kentucky man. I stood with him in his work know to wel1 that in n question in framing that platform, and I was oE vital principles. I have rnfalter.n-earnesf- l ?n" w'thout exception "tood by Mr. fnr the -- ame man whom ny noinippfHn f.ir t'le Bryan since he first became a supiv-rtefor the ' and by Mr. Wilson since ha Woodrow Wilson. I am al in hearty accord with the principles oi first became a candidate for the pr9-tha- t platform, and with the policies idency. Br,t l must close- - l? candidacy for and methods of President Wil-snand his administration in redeeming th the oSice of United States senator will determined, not by the unfair and promises made in it. I like the wav in which the president does his work, wilful misrepresentations of a reckleas There is nothing cf the noisy and opponent, but by my conduct in tl! tumultuous fiemasMJse about him. Past- v rai' record as a man and ss an With a keen intelhsen' e, with an earn-- ' official, and by my position upon potest patriotism, and w!th that calm, yet lic questions. In such a fight, wit determined, spirit of the real states such elements of .opjiositon to me, I can not hope to escape calumny am1 man, he steadily and unostentatious sets about the acoomn"shment of his misrepresentation. But I have we reforms and his pun.oses: and so far t fa5th in the intelligence, fairness aa patriotism of the people of Kentueki he has succeeded maivelously well. was his, supporter for the Democratic that I have no fear of the rewili. and nomination for the presidency for a I confidently place my candidacy fa year or more before he was nominat- their hands. If nominated and elected to this poed, not only because I considered him the most available candidate to win sition. I ohall iwiime it nnd ipehaia in the November election, but also its duties in no nlrit of vainglorious because I believed ho nosses'sed to pride, but with a heart mid mind fre or improper an eminent deciee those qualities of frnm anv embarras-instatesmanship vv-- h would enable obligations, pnd devoted entirely to ai bim to accomil'-after he was in faithful and efficient service of U office, the best hopes and ideals ot Peoplp of my state and of my "ountrvv progressive Democracy, and to dem- onrt-at- e that a j latform or campaign Counii Medicine for Children declaration was not merely an empty Too much care cannot bee used ia promise to wf-but a solemn and binding obligation unon the suc- selecting a cough medicine for chilcessful party and its candidates. dren It should be pleasant to take, I shall here call attention to an- contain no harmful substance and be other glaring and absolutely inexcus- most effectual. Chamberlain's Cou'U able misrepresentation of the facts and Remedy meets these requirements, of my position, made by .Air. Stanlev with the mothers oi' in his speeches, in regard to a certain and is a favorite young children everywhere. For sale-bresolution offered by Mr. Bryan in A Paull Drug Co. the Baltimore convention. Xo demagogue ever attempted a cheaper or more discreditable artifice, with which to deceive the people or to injure I keep on hands a full stock of an opponent, than he has done in his attempt to show that I was not in sym- coffins, caskets, and rotes. I also keep pathy with the sentiment of that reso Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Iution as it was finally adopted by the two hearses. Prompt service night or convention. Let us read the resoluResidence Phone 29, office-Photion as it was offered by Mr. Bryan, day. and see what it said: 9S. "Resolved, That in this crisis in our J. F. Triptett, party's career and in our country's 45-- 1 yr history, this convention sends greet- Ad. Columbia, Ky. ing to the people of the United States, and assures them that the party ot Jefferson and Jackson is still the We would be pleased to &end the1 champion of popular government and equality before the law. As proof of Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from our fidelity to the people, we hereby declare ourselves opposed to the nom- now until the first of April foroO cents. ination of any candidate for president Or better still we will furnish the who is the representative of, or under Adair County Kews, one year and obligation to J. Pierpont Morgan, State Journal until April 1st Thomas F. Ryan, August Belmont, or any other member of the privilege-huntin- for 81.25. If you want to keep in. and class. in touch with the doings at Frank"Be it further resolved, That we demand the withdrawal from this con- fort while the Legislature Is in session-- , vention of any delegate or delegates you should have the State Journal. s permlt appropriations to be made without means or provision for their payment. No fear of. offending Influential people, or of injuring his chances for further political honors, should cause him to hesitate in courageously discharging this duty and in savin the state from embarrassment. In this way, during my administration, we protected the state from deficits and resolu-gitimat- e J 1 j con-year- s, h vot-eig- - i ! j -' ( j ' . 1 favor-soek-fini- te I - - ns ahf - 1 Ier, natfoa-presi.'enc- ( , i , - b-- ! i ! 1 s . h n y ne the-Dail- y g favor-seekin- g b II THE oats are being sown. I have just been thinking how things Published Every Wednesday change. A neighbor and I mar- - BY THE eighty-si- x keted our eggs y Adair County News Company. dozen. People that use to sell eggs put them in a basket, got ( Incorporated.) on a horse and carried them to EDITOR. market, chickens the same way. CHAS. S. HARRIS Now it is nothing uncommon to Democratic newspaper devoted to the see them brought to market in of the City of Columbia and the people an automobile that cost from one Adair and adjacent counties. thousand to fifteen hundred dold Entered at the Columbia as lars. Hale has two good garages. class mall matter. I was in one of them They have a large number ot WEB. APRIL 1, 1914 cars in those garages. Automo.,,,..,,. ... biles have stimulated the people ... to make better roads instead of ON THE LEGISLATURE. having bad roads five or six seems to be the order of the weeks each spring as we use to, It day now with the State press to it is only a few days now. Some make flings at, and adverse crit- people are becoming alarmed at icisms of the Kentucky Legisla- progress and want to go back to ture recently adjourned. It may the good old days of old as they be that many of the laws passed call them. I believe we are on are subject to just criticism. At the road to victory and evil will the same time the legislature is be overcome. We will conquer entitlfcj to much credit for some its homes with our homes, its aws that they did not pass, that books with our books,its machinwere urged upon them. The ery with our machinery, its laws HT1 ll fTO fl AW ti.t. am mr Legislature is the creature of the Willi uui laws, its uivmatiuii ' people of Kentucky and chosen with our civilization, its religion by them, and the people gener- - with our religion. There is no ally have very little grounds to place left in the world now where complain, for in many instances, the worse can hide from the best. men who would have made good I left Adair county thirty-fou- r representatives on account of years ago. I was back there six their knowledge, experience and years ago last August and spent patriotism, were left out by the a month. I attended the fair people in a choice between them while there. I thought there had and less competent candidates. been many changes there for the Respectfully, It is time that the people should better. when S. M. Evans. bgin to take notice that a man of ability and known integrity becomes a candidate for Purdy. Senator or the lower House, and makes public announcement of This is beautiful weather for his positions that are adverse to people of this the liquor interest or other or- gardening and thetaking advanganized interest, that maintain neighborhood are lobbies and undertake to control tage of it. This neighborhood was greatlegislation, that the weaker man who has no particular convic- ly alarmed last Saturday evening over the burning of Mr. Richard tions, assumes an air of confidence, because Burtons dwelling house and all he gets assurance from some its contents and all his meat. The mysterious source that he is origin of the fire is unknown. Old aunt Millie Redman was slated to be elected, he gets his party support and such of his buried yesterday. She was the opponent's party as can be con- mother of Martin and H. P. Redtrolled by these mysterious influ- man. ences, so the Legislature is genNearly every family in this erally composed of the attorneys neighborhood are suffering with of :he interests and incompe- lagrippe. tents who, while they may be We learn that Mr. Robert Burhonest, and desire to do the ton and Mr. John Bryant will right thing, can never within the leave for Indiana in a few days short time allowed to the Legis- to make their future home. lature, with their want of expeMr. Mont Bryant is no better rience and understanding, find at this writing. what is really going on about Mrs. D. Giles is better at this them. So at last, the people writing. have themselves to blame or to Misses Cordelia and Martha praise for the kind of legislation McQueary were the pleasant XX that we have. guest of Miss Ida Burton last Justus Goebel is going to have Sunday. a mighty hard time making the Miss Etta Burton was the guest people of Kentucky believe that of Miss Ida Burton last Saturday Jim Garnett is controlled by or night and Sunday. subservient to the railroads or Mr, W. T. Burton moved on any other "interest." The peo- Green river la3t Saturday and ple who know Garnett best won't Mr. Laban Burton moved into swallow any such stuff as Goebel the dwelling vacated by W. T. is handing out in his open letter Burton on the same day. to the people. We have the Little Willie and Alvin Mcgreatest admiration for Goebel Queary visited their grandparand deeply respect his vener- ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mcation for his brother's memory Queary, last Wednesday and and the principles' for which he fought and died, but are afraid Thursday. that he is permitting his zeal to Mr. W. I. McQueary made a We have business trip to Columbia one become fanatical. heard it intimated that while Goe-b- e day last week. Mrs. Sallie Acree was the guest hates the railroads with all of Mrs. Stella Goodin last Sunth venom of his being, he is a partner in another trust which day. does Kentucky far more harm Mr. Tom Hadley and family the whisky .trust and that he were visiting at Mr. Henry has never been known to open Goodins last Saturday and Sunhis mouth against it or any of its day. creatures or champions. If this Messrs. W. P. McQueary and is not true, we stand ready to Willie Burton are cutting logs make full correction at any time. for the Wolford Bros. Stanford Journal. to-dain-rut THE ADAIR COUNTY ADAIR NWb good condition. The COUNTY NEWS ground is in P.Cm off o o O or Cftvinsi $9.95 $15.00 $19.75 juiau jpmig uaiuiuiu t A grand spectacle of styles is presented to our patrons in this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in this great collection. Latest ideas of Fashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-saving- , because of our extremely low prices. We not only save you money on the cost of your garments, bub also save you the cost of alteration charges, as we make no charge for alteration It's to your interest to see the exceptional values we offer at 39 95 515 00 i.oprrmnic 0jj Beef and Milk A-ple-nty Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef production and for milk production. To do either right they must be healthy. There is nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of Bee Dee STOCK MEDICINE Any time any of my cattle get anything wrong with them I give them a few doses of B c e D e c STOCK MEDICINE They soon get well. John S. Carroll, Moorhead, Miss. Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P. B. 2 Post-offi- ce sec-a- and $19.75. to-da- y. Spring Lace Curtains. It's not by accident that we have built up our immense Curtain business. It is due simply to keeping faith with the public and giving more for your dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtains a little later if not now. Why not buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the sterling quality and with the low prices at which we offer them. The Curtains we offer for $1.9S are unwe show twenty styles. You will find them unusuall attractive in design questionably the best in quality and the and the quality the best to be had at richest in patterns ever offered at this the price. You will find them a QQ., 70C price. In this line you will find English bargain for The Curtains we offer for S1.50 are sure Nottingham, Marie Antoinette and Cable to appeal to all who want moderate price Net Curtains in such an array of pretty Curtains. The patterns are not ordinary patterns that you are sure to find the Curand are shown in a range sufficiently large tain you want. You will find qualities in to meeTall requirements. The quality this lot equal to many priced by other is the best ever offered stores for 53.00. Our price only for 7i . -- Locust Grove Stock Farm ZS&X- - At Hsc For the Season of 1914 I will offer for Pufc-licServi- ce, Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R, at $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. ' in $1.50 $1.98 and Scrim in plain White, Arab and Color?, the kind that Curtain Drapery is used so much at the present day. Special values at 50c, 39c, 25c, 19c and inl-ac- e 10c u 1- i4-- M.J. GATHOF & 424 West Marker Si. Between 41 1. BKX). tY 3th. Louisville, Ky. color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 yea.s old, 16 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head, in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good strong short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all his gaits in a most attractive manner. DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF, El I ys?MlT'IHWWB BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 361, by Bourbon Chief 976. by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53, 2nd dam Chief. Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th. dam by Cabell's Lexiston. and is in every way wors He has proven himself a breeder of I high-clas- thy of your careful consideration. Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. Ti InfJinFffl faltlfitl p H 1 iiTr.Pi S9S. $S3 HANNA'S 19 By Red Bird G. 1956, he by Joe Brown 1955. he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st. dam Authalia Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd. dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark, by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th. dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8 . 1 LUSTRO-FINIS- "Made to Walk On" for floors, stairs, yroodwork and furniture. Just dip in iho brush and It go ahead. is all ready to use. - It flows freely And evenly, and tvo minutes practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old floors new, and no floor is co bad that Lustro will not make it clean, smooth, sanitary and beautiful. You can wipe up a Lustro floor with a damp mop water does not damage it. It is elastic err tough, and does not mar under heel nails; FOR SALE 3Y Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 6 hands high. 7 years old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion 1 have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits; and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red show and sale horses as s Bird, who has perhaps sird as many any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hofsemen to be one of the greatest sires thai ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. . 1 high-clas- - Marion. Marion is ar black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 5 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. breeder 1 first-class Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. lllllllllijffi'jiyjtf5? iiiSllii fin 1 11 iIi !I Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $10.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock wiM receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to preveBt a.ccidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. I A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. Ilia V E GEB OffiS WOHDESs m' A i RE-NU-LA- f's an RE-NU-LA- C its fine results and your own work. Q.E-NU-- Simply apply a coat of Pee Gee and you'll be delighted with L easy and inexpensive matter. AC makes old furniture, Pee Gee floors and woodwork look like new worn again. Try it. Pee Gee is a Stain and Varnish combined. Comes in 11 Natural Wood colors. While, Gold and Silver Enamel. All sizes. C - PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated : : : Manufacturers : Louisville, Ky. $ Paul! Drug Co., Coiu mbia, Ky. I . The best car for its price-a- nd none better at any price. That's what we claim for the Ford. And more than four hundred and fifty thousand service Fords in world-wid- e bear out our contention. Buy yours today. t; Coburg. From Missouri. Hale, March, 24, 1914. Editor 'News: Find enclosed one dollar to pay Mrs. Wm. Biggs and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant Miss Beatrice, have been quite have returned home after a visit sick for several days. to their daughter, in Morrow, Miss Farinie Page sold to Owen Ohio. Brockman, a bunch of small Mrs. Clementine Hare, who shoats for $2 per head; another has been sick for several months, lot to Willie Stubbs, for $2.30 a is improving. head. Mr. Ray Ware left here last Last Tuesday morning Mr. Tuesday, for Middlesboro, where John Hubbard's house caught on he has a position in a drug store. fire, and if the neighbors had not been in reach, they would have lost their houee and contents, Mr. Hubbard not being at home. Mr. Sam Smith and wife spent last Sunday with Mr. ana Mrs. another years subscription for Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford the touring car is tivt fifty: the Detroit complete town car seven rifty-f.o.cata!og?aud particuwith equipment. Get lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co , Incorporated, Campbehsville, Ky.. agents for Taylor, Green and Adair counties. run-aboub. the News. Everything is moving along nicely in and around Hale. The Sam Grant. tMrs. Kate Johnson has been sick, but is improving. - . J T THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS 1! that the patient will return to Colum bia in a short time. Rowe's X The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by tne peddlers of alum baking powders, no jugSj gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that 4 ! QQ"Q&444 &$$SMfr.40$$$.ei Roads. has been found by the official examinations to be of the .highest leavening efficiency, Royal Baking Powder tree from alum, and of absolute purify and wholesomeness. John J. Turner was called . to New Albany, Ind., to the bedside of his ' daughter, Mrs. Lee Antle. She is very sick not- expected to live many days. She has that dreaded disease consumption. George Mann died near here last week at the home of his George Harris. Old Mrs. Pike's leg has got better. She is very poorly with the grip. Clay Hadley's wife is down with fever. She has been sick three weeks She has a slow fever. Mrs. Tom Hurt is quite sick this . son-m-la- i ' week. See what Repairs you need for your Corn Drills, Cultivators, Etc., so if we have not got them on hand, we can get them for you in time. Also see our complete line of Corn Drills, Cultivators, Plows, Harrows, Wagons, Bug gies, Stoves and Ranges. Field Seeds and Fertilizers- Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. ' j Luther Bradshaw, of color, has got acres of new ground he had cleared this winter. Luther is a hustler. What a great dinner we will get at his log rolling and we will roll logs without any of "Dr. Jones' good old 10 The Jeffries Hardware Store. I r, i i r Miss A 'ice Walker, wiio was quite Now Mr. Editor I want you to give sick bevera1 days of last week, has your readers the late tobacco law improved greatly j. tiuuuu jivuiK ui aciiuig i,u ujuiuia Miss Lou Trabue is reported quite SMr- Edgar Reed was in Louisville am in the tobacoo business a little two das of lafct week. ill. myself and I don't want to violate the Miss Alma McFarland is a victim of ' law. 1 have always tried to be a law- Mrs. Lucy Follis has about recov f pneumonia, and was very sick the lat- - abiding man. I want to remain so i ter part of last week ered. the rest of my days. i Miss Jennie barnett, who is teach-- j Miss Ula May Oakes fell and hurt May and Louie Feese were quit j sickj mg-a- t Williamsburg, spent the latter ioneof knees very badly this week. last week. part of last week at home. She can't walk. Miss Dora Eubank was quite sick Mrs. Luther Couover and children! A young man by the name of d last week. h nday morning on their re-- , lina nm 1n 1P . frnm nMallft ."V. .". M ..o Mr. M. C. Winfrey spent Saturday! turn trip to Williamsville, 111. and bought Viola Stantons farm for in Louisville. Mr. Robert W. Lowe, of Gookville, $900. He will batch for awhile. This Tenn.,I nephew . ot , Mr. J. D Lowe, I could not do in a world like this Mr. A. R. Lvon, Campbellsville, was . . , ..,,. . i , ... whiskey. $$$$&3&QS"&8383 $8"&8"&8"8"&$4M& Personals. , j j J - j j ; j j Your New up-to-da- Bugp-- y I Lev-starte- ! 1 would looksa- Mrs Krmiiip Wilson niicl Miss Bfirt.ha, wanting to marry. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCandless vis- - j 1Iatiieldi Russell Springs, visited MJss!roumL ited at Edmonton. ary AJ iller a day or tVt0 of last week james Oaks and wife visited their Mrs. Walter El rod is visiting a1 Mr. Dick Swiggett has been quite daughter.Mrs. Ben Kimball this week daughter at Somerset. sick for several weeks at the home of! Bassett Hurt is here every week eggs. Bas- Mire m;.,.,: ti..;..,h i,nL- - ua, . ,.,,ta his daughter, Mrs Robt. Vnimir. nfiiir lookiiiir after the hens aud a good trade on this road. sett has iunu. sick for the past few days. Mrs Beldon Helm and children are Mrs. Annie E. Walker and her son. Miss Zella Pelley returned home Mr. Allen Walker and wife at-- ! visiting at Ed nelms this week. ,Doc: from Greensburg, Sunday. tended the funeral of Mrs. Rollin Kin- Mrs. Elizabeth, the wife of Jacob Mrs. Junius Hancock was quite sick1 najr,j. ast, Sunday, Antle, died this week. Her maiden several da) s of last week. Mr. Roger Lowe, nephew of Mr. J. name .vas Harmon. She was about (58 Mr. O. D. Smith has been appointed D Lowej arrjved from Oak Grove, years old. Sister Antle professed i postmaster at Jamestown. 1SG3 at a meeting Tennessee, one day last week and will faith in Christ in conducted by W. E. Bay ,at the old XTi. R. L. Marshall made his regular; make his home here, with his uncle, Barbers Chapel church. Sister Antle tn, to Columbia last Thursday. of GIasg0Wf ar has now been a faithful member of Mf Louie iiooam Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hancock re-- ! rived last Wednesday, accompanied by the United Brethren church for near--. turned to Louisville last Friday. Miss Emma Myers, who is a niece of ly 4!J years. Her husband is almost Mr. Henry Coleman, Lebanon, was Mr. W. R. Myers. Mr. Goodman is a dead at this date. Can't live many nephew of Mrs. Sam Lewis. Miss days unless he gets better. Sister An-- 1 here last Friday, en route to Elro . Myers is visiting Miss Edna Lewis. tie leaves behind a husband, three Mr. J. P. Beard thinks he will be' - daughters, one sou and many friends Mr. C. H. Yates, one of Adair couuable to get down town in a few days. ty's best citizens, whose home is at to mourn, nut not as those who nave. Mrs. R. L. Bunnell, of Louisville, is Gradyville. called to see .us one day "o hope, The church has lost a good visitnnrher sister, Mrs .1. N. Murrell last week. We ate at all times irlad member,- the family and neighbors a . May God bless jou all Mr Elva Jones left Friday morning to meet and shake his hand. From good woman his youth he has stood for the right, is my prayer. to take a special course at Howling and when he crosses over there is not Green. a doubt in our mind but St. Peter will for Sale. T I1!!! T"i-- - ima x i cui .uuaa lino lwMi tinkinitifnil aiuuiiii.cu ,ve hjm a cordial greeting when lie postmaster at his home town in War-i- " ,1Q,Mm.fQ,0.,in,r to everiast- - One l."ii hand mare muie, S years eld, i ren county. iug enjoyment. We trust that he well broken, good style.- Mrs. L. C. Xell and sister, Grady- - may live among us many more years, A. C Wheeler, ville. were shopping in Columbia a ' knowing that when he takes his tinal Knillley, Ky few days ago. departure the world will be made . Court of Claims will commence next ' Mr. Jo Rosenlield, of Middlesboro, j Poorer-spen- t : hree days of last week with his Mr. Dallas Gotl'.s left leg was ampu- - Tuesday. ; -! i ( ! J here Friday. i I91LCU UCLC ll JV UU.JO UI ItUU CCn. ,, ; yr nP n n We can save you from $15 to $30 on that New Spring Buggy you are going to buy later. Come and see our New Samples on our Buggy, with any height wheel, floor. We can sell you an painted any color, any width bed with the new drop back or panel with best grade rubber tire, full leather top, side curtains, leather covered bows and warranted for two years for $82.50. The same Buggy in steel tire, quarter leather top and rubber side curtains for $59.00, and gauaranteed by us for two years any part defect of ma- te ' UC1C LUCIO JO OU 11XC.1JJ ItULfJ guij y? , :- - ' terial. Come and talk with us, we have cuts of all kind of Vehicles made by one of the largest manufacturers in Kentucky. Its easy to see how these prices are made. "A firm with no Expense". We want your order. Respectfully, 'W. T Hendrickson Sc Son, Irene, Kv. j I i I , , I j ( - i tmm isznK,Ja wK is?swt?RB IBi -- jKCv i i' iu gJ ui. !- (I ggI-a:cua:'-g- i i SSSftir BlSiEg?S3TS3w W&SMMTisMiik&F i i W&& SK-.- ': .. un . .1..trne ero lomv iu oirict-t venr monev will buy. It costs you iust as much to paint your property v whether you use infe;or namt or Mastic raint, the r.rcve this to you in a short kind that hisis. L., iMasiie Paint. time. Be en the sat' s: frt ' r.jfzsi.i rjiitus rv- - !T's1-t- lft "& &- ' t 'J i i . - js o i t- - rjr" l!J-- tf bpec kinyyr ItMHTT'T' ' c7 'I i SLVJ In Your Contract gaareatesi to iv; pirfcet satisfaction. ! I Ldmi.l Mere. Louisville, last Friday. Jt will be re- Mr. W. A. Yates, Edmonton, merabered that Mr. Golf has been afuty Tnited States Marshal, was flicted for more than a year, and for j last Thursday. the past live or six mouths he has been j Mr. II. 1J. Ingram., who was quite at the home of his brother, Mr. J. II. sick several cays of last weel, lias Golf, this place. Our information is. about recovered. that the opera: ion was successful, and ' j mtori nhnvc WWW W W i.Iip. WW ...WW, hv Itr - .hnll ..VW... in ,. ; or dlmoot half a century Jtestic Paint has stood the test of time. It is the unadulterated combination of the finest Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil in correct proportions. The formula i3 plainly printed on every can. Ycu don't run any risk usine 2!iic Psint. It It covers more surface, lasts longer, and, there- rcre, is m ore economical than any other paint. Keeps your house bnghc and attractive and ;rhances its value. A Written Guarantee With Four Coupons all properly dated accompany each box sale of Busier Brown's DARN-LES- S Guaranteed Hosiery for is " Tn "O "E . 17 fr a- JLLi i 55 There's a ?se ec-- Finish For Re-Na-L- Purses s i , i SHERIFFS SALE OF LAND FOR TAX rr On Monday, April nth. 1914. at the for the year 1913 door, in Columbia, Ky , the same being the first day of a regu- Gideon Sneed, acres joins J. lar terra of th Adair County Court, J. Sneed. tax and cost for at 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, I the ear 191.5 will oiler for sale to the highest bidXo. (i. Whites, der, for cash in hand, the following described tracts ef land orasuuiciency E O Turner, 41 acres undivided interest in 123 acres thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due of land which he inherited year 15)13 the following named for the from his father, J. M. 'Turpersons, to.wit: ner! deceased, tax and cost Wmi'Eb, Dist. Xo. 1. for the year 1913 J. H. Nance, (X R.) 79 acres . CoLOitED, Dist. Xd. G. joins E. Watson, tax ?.nd cost for the year 1913 4 96 Ed McWhorter, 70 acres joins Colored, Dist. Xo. 1. .. Dave Rice, tax and cost for Court-hous- e 2 33 Men, Women and Children. If the hosiery does not wear without holes for four months, new hosiety will be furnished free. III "Homes, and How to Paint Them" also color card of 45 color combinations. Ask us for other booklets and color cards of Pee G Finishes, or write direct to Feashe-Gsulbtft Beautifully illustrated book, Adamant Flco: Pfilrt. Creosta: for Roois; Pee Gea Barn Paint, Pee Gee Porch Paini, Pen Gee Carriage, Implement, and Wagon Paint, forrefinishing voodwork; and other popular Pee Gee Finishes. For Sale by ill I Co., Louisville, Ky. INCORPORATED. y Columbia, Kentucky. isusie 4 01 Dit DARNLESS Guaranteed Hosiery " 1-- 3 For Men, Women and Children a Four Pairs Guaranteed Four Months ii ' 5B. b. ysxiira-1&.W . T .- n v " - c w- ?''.-- rli I o ' w 1 25c fair 19 14 the most attractive and stylish 25c hosiery as well as the most is I . lea .iii ..ing.; T8P& T".a m "M- wwa ir. 'SllSisi?' S& faiM dura ble on thi; market. S S9 long-stapl- It is Wetellvouhavtr. and cavbestmarket prices. We are dealers; established in 1858; andean do BETTER for you J. E. McWhorter, joins costs for year 19i:i G. W. White,- - 40 acres tax and o 77 the year C. 1913 1 than agents or commission 227-29-- Taylor, year 1913 acre joins S. John4 13 son, tax aud cost for the "Whites, Dist. Xo. 2 G. W Cravens, (XR.)2S acres joins Richard Harmon, tax and cost for year 191: Whites, Dist Xo. 4. Wm. Coomer, 2 acres joins J "W. Moore, tax and cost for the year 1913 . L. E. Compton, (X. R.,) 5& acres joins Peter Compton, tax and cost for year 1913 I. P. Dooley 100 acres joins Milt England, taxand cost for the year 1913 B, E. Jaues, (minor,) 20 acres joins G. Wilson, tax and cost Colored, Dist. Xo. 7. Luther Flowers, 33J acres joins 2 85 Art Walker, tax and cost for the 1913 Ed" Waggener, 4 acres joins Frank McClure, tax and cost 3 80 i for the year 1913 Whites. Dist. Xo. 3 06 7, made of finest e Sea Island Cotton Yarn wearing parts reinforced with chants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list. SONS M. SABEL-- mer- Im-isvill- e. tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off. and is neither useful nor ornamen Cheap paint soon cracks and peeis r,ierc XUIblV -- a &33 E. Harksi SU LOUISVILLE; In- FURS. HIDES. WOOL. wr r KY. with V -- -. iiujxl. liver Seal Paints And they will cost you 25ft less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today ana we wm send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. Finishes, Stains and Varnishes 4 65 light linen elastic, fit rnnrVlVreHeTei TihemnatUTa. Sore Mas- -. cTea. Neuralgia. Backache, lleadache ana f .;J- v.... lia(lr tf !C IA1IB U IT- "STn"; - r, .nif Bart ol the body la any , ,.w.- ,- fifteen minntes lime. , 4 40 thread. Eleven standard colors; comf Kentucky Paint ME'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. a 7 83 Sam Shreye, ' lot in Columbia, tax and cost forr the year 1 1913' 3 06 A the ankle and foot. Ask to see them. For sale only by to" oitsbk; shaped $.& D. Patteson, Russell & Co. 342 East Main St., Free uaplo aa4 drenUr lent on reqneit. BOURBON REMtUI uumrwii, LOUSSVILLE, KY. Lexington, Late Shekiff Adair County;. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Daily OF WILLIAM OOEBEL Courier - Journal ABROAD Moved by Stanley's Bill i A LAND Finn Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. F. Blankenship, Sharon, Tenn., and Beulah I Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky and they always have a bottle of it in the t- - oil house, for it is n. rnltahla the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial regular the way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal cara will uo. -- THE :umuKiiH DR. SCSNG'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND iiegnamr $6.00 a iear Sunday Courier Journal Eloquent Appeal, Senate Passes Work of Martyred Governor, After Fourteen Years of Neglect, at Last Taken Up by Lawmakers. $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News i State News (4 Local News Market Reports ( Foreign News Political News of it Everything for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over the world? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNAL. 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I keep constantly of Caskets on hands a nice line and Coffiins, and Men and Lo-.cati- ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. over Cumberland Grocers Co., Phone 52 A. Columbia, Ky. J. B. Jones. distance, their lofty heights and majestic proportions outlined against the sky. FRANKFORT, A generation ago William Goebel spoke turned the tide in at times almost in an unknown tongue. favor of the Finn bill today, re- He talked of the separation of the busiof transportation and production. sulting in its passage by the house late ness demanded the rigorous and effective He this afternoon by the vote of 4G to 34. regulation of common carriers; that they The measure seeks to increase the pow- should be impartial In rates to shippers ers of the state railroad commission in and just in the payment of taxation to the paraTo his prophetic gaze the matter of regulating railroad freight state. and overweening issue of the hour this mount rates, and the portrayal of the life and was vivid and distinct. With ever increasing emphasis as a cancharacter of Kentucky's martyred govgovernor as your nominee ernor by Congressman A. O. Stanley didate forhigh office and declared that the for he tak- real that just before a vote on the bill was issue, the bottom question In the en is credited with having more to do fight, that from which public attention the with its passage than anything that should never be diverted, was whether conlaws of be enacted, had gone before. The senate some structed Kentucky shouldby the people of and executed weeks ago postponed indefinitely fur- Kentucky or by powerful and privileged inther consideration of a bill identical in terests. For raising that issue he was depoint of text to the Finn measure that nounced as a demagogue, assailed as an subpilloried by a corrupt passed the house this afternoon, but assassin, press every detail of hisand private sidized advocates of the bill hope to bring and public life perverted and distorted by about a rever-n- l of the senate attitude. the evil ingenuity of envy and hate. His dragged Congressman Stanley spoke in the sacred and sainted deadup werecontumely to from the tomb and held occasion being the and contempt by servile hirelings and salhouse chamber the unveiling of the Goebel monument that aried slanderers. And when his malignant gold foes and stands at the Toot of the stone steps debauch thsir accursed or had failed to the electotate defeat the fixed leading to the capitol entrance. In an purpose of the people, in utter desperation memory of the they flicd the black heart of murder and eloquent tribute to the man whose life was snuffed out by an armed the assassin for the dastardly deed that nssassin's bullet, delivered in dramatic and closed In darkness his great career coveiwl style. Congressman Stanley enumerat- pall of hoi rar the commonwealth with a and of shame. Goeed the various occasions on which What weie the crimes for which Wilbel stood on the side of the people as liam Goebel fell? He protected opposed to the corporations and held Kentucky fromthe railroad commission of the miners and sappers up his example in that respect as one who sought to destroy it and with a lash worthy to bo followed. of pitiless scorn drov" from the corridors Not a representative who voted on the of the capitol a nost of lobbyists who had gathered there to debauch the legislature Finn measure this afternoon failed to and despoil the state He proposed to limhear the eloquent speeeli of the con- it the hours of l.ibor for an army of men gressman from the Second district. engaged in the most perilous enterprise to peace or Had the advocate of the bill planned known commune with war that the toiler might the family he susthe .speech of Mr. Stanley it could not; tained and that hundreds of men might have been a stronger argument in fa- not be dashed to death because some vor of the Finn measure than it was. weary wretch, driven without rest or repose through the long hours of the day Mr. Stanley's address was as followu: and the night fell asleep at the key or Come to the bridal chamber, death: the switch . He proposed to confer upon the engiPome to the mother when she feels For the first timo her firstborn's breath. neer at the thiottle the same measure of years And you leave in your ruthless wake no protection which for upon the law had the highway. scene than this piteous taking off secured to the tramp sadder He proposed to extend and enlarge the Goebel. of "William lie sat for an hour in the soat of au- meager and ineffectual powers of the thority, gazed into the admiring eyes of Kentucky railroad commission that it the his assembled countrymen, heard the tu- might become an actual shieldtheto state applause of devoted thousands, shipper from extortion and to multuous and then in the flower of his virile and from fraud and chicane. Let impartial vigorous manhord he fell at the very twenty years history, looking back over of federal legislation, say threshold of the splendid vista of honor whether William Goebel was an incenand distinction that opened before him. or a At this hour his varied and eventful ca- diary state seer. The reforms he proposed a became the goal and the reer passes in panoramic view before us for for the lawmakers of a nation. mod"We see him starting upon life's journey els pathfinder in poverty and obsieunty. behold the hard- a This immortal statesman'. was more than He possessed ships he endured, the battles he fought, theconstructive rare and radiant gifts of Invention overthrew, till at last he the enemies he of prophecy He not stands at the summit like a crowned con- and he created He was only constructed; in his day the queror, and there before the laurels have lonely navigator of an uncharted and an withered upon Ills victorious brow the unfathomed ea death damp gathers there, and before the Esch and Townsend. Hepburn-anDolll-ve- r, echoes of the cheering throng had died in Adamson. dark and Wilson, all at the streets of the capital they are filled last are treading the way blazed a genwith the lamentations for the dead. ago by tlie dead William Goebel, Told in years, his sojourn was brief. eration found in not to be measured by who wilderness his own day no fellow In Yet this life is the fleeting hours, but by heart throbs, the years the progressives in both parFor by high aspirations and by noble deeds have pointed to the efilcient regulaIn labor patiently endured, in actual ties and control of railways as their most tion achievement, his was, after all, a long, substantial achievement, and at this hour long life. the greatest ex eutive in a century and a Eminence was the immediate reward of congress in complete accord are attemptA born ing the liberation of the government and his energy and attainments leader, he marched at the head of the col- the business of the country from corumn, honored and trusted by his fellows porate control by enlarging the powers of lie never sought to look down from a a commission authorized to regulate the lofty place upon struggling men below rates, superv ise the capitalization, to deHe wan always of them and for "them termine the value and direct the operaNo man had a better opportunity to tread tion of all carriers engaged in interstate the primrose path to place and power. In commerce his youth he sat at the feet of the Statesman ind political economist may Gamaliel of the bar. The professional as- differ in their estimate of the man and sociate of Stephenson and Carlisle, he suf- his measures, but the wise and the just fered not by the contrast. He knew the even amonti his adversaries must concede whole intricate and tangled labyrinth of the sincerity of his purpose and the disthe law. interestedness of his devotion to the great Tempting retainers were offered him. cause he espoused. Great corporations ager to avail themPomp and power, gain and glory what selves ot his learning and talents tendered baubles, what vanities all are they seen their rich rewards: but. having tasted through the glassy eyes of death! When poverty, he remained steadfastly the "all that honor, all that wealth ere ga'e" champion of the poor Having endured wore as ashes in his cold hands, in the wrongs, he continued the defender of the midst of the agonies of eternal dissoluoppressed. tion, his great mission is still before him, A single incident throws a flood of light and, unmindful of blighted hopes and upon his whole career On one occasion racking pain, of the gathering shadows he was visited at his old offices on the and the chilling gloom, his great love concorner of Fourth and Scott streets by the quers death and rises like a transfigurarepresentative of a great railroad sys- tion above his tomb. In husky whispers tem He was told that he might name his he commands those who shall succeed own retaner if he would only agree to him to be "brave and fearless and loyal dedicate his learning, his experience and to the great common people," and William his talents to the survice of this great Goebel is no more. Mr Goebel listened in sicorporation. Placed by his devoted countrymen at lence I If stood near a second story win- the helm of the ship of state, his was the dow overlooking Sott street On the oth- pilot's conscience and the pilot's sense of er side a nnp'e of ragged urchins were obligation. Have y&u ever watched the playing in the mw1 left in the gutter by a pilot at midnight aloft at the wheel direcent shower He gazed intently at the recting the course of a majestic ship little fellows for some time before reply- through the gleaming deep? They who ing to the man whi had just laid at his slumber on the peopled decks below may feet a king's ransom ns the price of his be strangers all, speaking an unknown desertion of the cause of the defenseless tongue, neither of his race nor realm, but and the poor At lust he said. "Sir, I am let that ship strike the unseen rock, let it already employed by the other side." be buffeted by raging waves and winds "Who." said the astonished magnate, "has till the masts are down and the decks retained you on the other side''" Then, awash or licked by hungry flame, the pilot pointing to the children in the street be- is not moved by flood or fire. He will be low, he declared: "They. sir. are my cli- burned to a char or go down with the ents. T cannot and I will not desert ship Into the abysm of the sea before he them." will desert his post while one helpless soul That devotion which others have cen- remains upon the slippery decks dependtered upon wife and child he consecrated ent upon his courage and his skill. to his kind He was in very deed a faWilliam Goebel through all the eventful ther to the fatherless, a refuge to the years of his public life stood like the pilot homeless, a shelter in the time of storm at the wheel. He knew that strength of to all who were buffeted by misfortune his arm and felt the ship respond to his and disaster fine control. He faced dangers more inLabor, caught in the pitiless meshes of sidious than hidden shoals, enemies more a federal injunction, bolted and barred ruthless than the raging storms. With an from light and liberty, saw prison doors untroubled and an unflinching gaze he open wide and the clanking chains fall looked squarely into the grinning chops from its sinew limbs at his command. of death and went down like the pilot with He freed the highways of Kenton county hand on the wheel. from the petty tyrarts who had levied an Monuments are erected to the living, He not the dead. We need no "storied urn inordinate toll upon the traveler stood upon the great bridges that span or animated bust" to redeem from oblivion the Ohio between finc'nnatl and the sis- the fame of William Goebel. His name ter cities of Newport and Covington and is engraved upon the hearts of his counwendtrymen, and his deeds mark the proudest saw thousands of footsore to'l-r- s ing their weary way from the cottage and and most tragic page in the history of his the tenement to the shop and the bench. country. This is not a monument, but a He saw the mill hand in his overalls and beacon. It is erected here not to mark the factory girl in hrr tattered shawl sub- the resting place of the dead, but to direct mit to plunder as the price of passfige. and inspire the onward march of the livand he said to the bridge owner as to the ing. He fell like a sentinel in front of the exploiter of the highway. "You may capitol of the commonwealth, defending charge a reasonable toll, but yon shall not the sanctity of its courts and the Indewring an extortionate tribute from the pendence of its legislative assemblies, and meager purse and the horny hand of hon- in front of the capitol have we stationed est toil." this inspiring figure, that in death, as in Great men are never understood by their life, he still shall stand an eternal sentrj't Immediate contemporaries, as mountains sternly challenging fraud and corruption, cannot be measured by those who stand still the vigilant guardian of the penniless, it their base. Both must be viewed at a the friendless and the oppressed. Ky., March 11. ghost of Although those may dispute it who have not tried it, yet thousands of others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured for as little as fifty cents, years ago, and that the trouble never came back on them, whilo others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on ihe market for over a quarter of a entury and has been popularized on its ierits, by one person telling another. The fact that its strongest supporters ire women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it a left me with a frightful cough and very weak. ha'l spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. DRUGGISTS. certain that the claims regarding it as permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It is not violent like cathartic pills, salts or waters, but operates gently, C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY George Westinghouse, the fa- Willie Ritchie retained the mous inventor, provided in his lightweight championship of the will for the continuance of his Vorld by defeating Ad Wolgast, business interests under a r, former at Milwaukee. title-holdei Special Attpetin to Eves -- Birdseve view ot our Plant y - n. Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, 0HBURK5Y1LLE STREET. Joseph fl. Stone, Attonev-At-LaCj w Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky G..P. SWIYTHE w. , 'Largest in Dixie" for FIRE INSURANCE and RCALTESTATE J. Hughes &1 Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN IV fSSSfc : Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. 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PHONE TN THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS STOMACH TROUBLE FOR THE While Paced BlacK Spanish Fowl. FIVE YEAR! I LOUISVILLI TIMES FOR 1913 This being a new breed of chickens to this part of the coun- Special Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But decided to take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. 1 One Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. ad-lac- ,r- Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting es BRIGHTER..BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF I am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes ht Thedford's has been writes as follows : "I was down with stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de- THE LOUISVILLE would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be I WD S IP YOU $5.00 A YEA! YOUR ORDi WiLL SEND and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. Get a package today. would die. He advised me to try and quit) Only a quarter. Thedford's Black-Draught, TO US, YOU CAN GET j. THE ADAIR COUNT. NEWS AND The Senate, after a bittetfight, passed the substitute for the Knight Workmen's Compensation Bill, 20 to 9. -- Iowa. found a Cure for Rheumatism with rheumatism for two years and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," writes Lee L Chapman, Mapleton, "I suffered rheumatism since." Fot sale by Paull Ad Drug Co. S. C. White Leghorn Eggs for hatch- ing. 15 for 75 cents. If by Parcel Post G cents each. They are the hens that lay and don't lie. j 21-J. O. Russell. i J 2t could not sleep or lie still at night. Five years ago I began using Chamberlain's Liniment and in two months I was well and have not suffered with "I suffered terrible pain so I THE LOUSSVILEI TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR The Daily FOR ONLY $4.50. Louisville And The THE LOUISVILLE TIMEfc the best afternoon paper prm ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corr Adair County It New is Democratic, pondents. Covers the Kentucky field : c. Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. fectly. Covers the general news fir) completely. Has the best and fullest cna but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii County News both for 4.50 per year. aao jFanmaqgM.aJ mc jw.iTiaa t,tfxjr4rvuM kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bs fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCklP & TiON RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OFB'ICE Dr. James Triplet Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adairand DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG- CO. - Columbia, Ky. RE3 PHONE SO. OITFICI2 PHONE DO Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- I -- Jgbfc<.'i,.tg rfA II K r- - r&. n as rr .. itJ as S ifering'and giving to ail comers, Bargains 9 rtfii.ii in all Lines of goods send Dry Goods, Clothing and Show I w ly.arariBM ujmhi t zjmhji !. raji Tra.im m' -ti n nnd T:idiBcs)onfon- - d mo great distress for two jcare. I tret many things lor 41 relief, but Rot'iUio '.e'p, tiiiat last I io-- nd it xn the boat pills t.r medians I e. cr tued ii m m i- Why go through life embarrassed cold Head and lungsstuffed You are and disfigured with pimples, eruptions feverish Cough continually and feel blackheads, red rough skin, or sutler-inmiserable You need Dr. King's New the tortures of Eczema, itch, tetDiscovery. It soothes inflamed and ter, salt rheum. Just ask' your drugirritated throat and lungs, stops your gist for Dr. Ilobsou's Eczema Ointcough, your head clears up, fever leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T. ment. Follow the simple suggestions Davis, of Stickney Corner, Me., "Was and your skin worries are over. Mild, cured of a dreadful cough after dec- - soothing, effective. Excellent for treatment and all other remedies babies and delicate, tender skin. Stops tor's failed. Relief or money back. Pleas Relief or Always helps. ant Children like it. Get a bottle to- chapping by day. 50c and SI 00. Recommended by money back. 50c. Recommended Ad. Ad Paull Drug Co. Paull Drug Co. try, has attracted quite a lot of attention, and we have received much inquiry in regard to the nature and custom of this fowl since we received our flock of All this breed a few weeks ago, so the following lines are ,my experience, and the information I received of them: This breed of chickens were originated in Spain several years ago, and deservedly merit the title of "The world's off, noted layers," because of their prolific laying qualities. Tfyey certainly fill the bill as a utility if and fancy fowl, and are the real year around "egg machines." The Spanish egg is very large, snow white, usually weighing from 32 to 38 ounces per dozen. in The Spanish egg as a rule, is fertile, thus getting good hatches when properly cared for the chicks are very strong, vigorous creatures, and easily raised and mature quickly. Salt Relieves Catarrh. The matured chickens have bottle has been invented. Vinegar heated to the boiling fine colored plumage.beingagood black with rich greenish sheen, point will soften paint brushes Dozens of remedies are said to ' very long snow white pendulous that have become dry and hard. be cures for catarrh, and many shaped face, white ear lobs, An international competition do excellent work in that disease, bright red single comb of five of agricultural power machinery but every household contains the points and red wattles. They will be held in Tunis in April. best known remedy, and it is ac- stand high on their shanks, which New suspenders are broadened tually so simple that most perare of a slate color. Their stand- at the front to resemble a vest, sons disregard its merits. Dissolve a pinch of ordinary ard weight i3 7 and 8 pounds. thus making two garments in They weigh like rocks and are one. table salt in one fourth of a pint strictly nonsetters, thus making of warm water, and pour a little Weal; and Tired Women Strengthens them great layers. By setting a in the palm of the hand and I was under a great strain nursing few eggs this spring you would a relative through three months' sick- place the nostrils in it and snuff need larger egg baskets next fall ness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande it up the nose, taking care that Lof Kirkland 111 , and "Electric Bitters and winter, and with the exper- kept me from breaking down. I will some reaches the tissues of the ience of them they would become never be without it.' Do you feel tubes reaching to the mouth. tired and worn out? No appetite and "The choice chickens." I have food won't digest? It isn,tthesp.iiog Repeat several times, and then weather. You need Electric iiitters. chickens from the pen that won Start a month's treatment wait for ten or twelve hours prizes at the Poultry shows in nothing better for stomach, liver and and repeat the treatment. Keep kidneys. The greatspring tonic. ReChicago, Indianapolis, Madison lief or money back. 50c and 51. Rec- this up for a week or two and catarrh will disappear. Square Garden, N. Y., and Nash- ommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad Strong salt water will cause; ville, Tenn. It is reported that the Illinois pain in the head, but weak, We are taking orders now. The Central Railroad Company will warm, salt water is perfectly early orders get the e;rgs. enlarge the Paducah shops and harmless and will cleanse the Mrs. E. L. Feese, increase the working force to tissues more effectually than any Columbia, Ky. 5,000 men. other remedy. Box 173. This treatment is a great Clears Complexion Removes Skin breath purifier, and will clear up Cherk Your April Cough Blemishes the throat. Thawing frost and April rains chill Notice Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our Subscrip Will have to Come Under the Law, not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year WMilUM.i to-da- y: j jou to the very marrow, you catch g salt water used as a gargle will relieve sore throat and aid in pre ventwar diphtheria. Strright at It. A little stronger Scientific Notes. DR.KIRSG'S C.E. Hatfield. Guyaa, W. Va. PcR 0 any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. re- - 25 CENTS BOTTLE AT ALL ORl'GGISTS. Any goods not satisfactory can be 4 WELL DRILLER In a new hammer handie is a secret recess for carrying a nail dal waves struck the towns dining a hurricane. Senate leaders have decided set. to act immediately on the PanaA small but practical electric Look to Your Plumbing railway has been installed in a You know what happens in a house ma canal tells repeal without by the House. in which the plumbing is in poor con- waiting for action Paris sewer. Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser There is no use of our "batingr around the bush." We might as well out with it first as last. We want you to try Chamoerlain's Cough Remedy the next time you have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why should not do so. Over 1,000 persons perished in This preyaration by its remarkable cures has geinea a world wide reputathe inundation of towns in the tion, and neople everywhere speak of province of Kuban, Russia. Ti- it in the highest terms of praise. It Ad is for sale by Paull Drug Cn. u . turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out Woodson Lewis ditioneverybody in the house is liaA novel umbrella is equipped ble to contract typhoid or some other I will drill wells in Adair and a storage battery electric fever. The digestive organs perform adjoining counties. See me be- with the same functions in the human body light in the handle. fore "contracting. Latest as the plumbing does for the house, linking British and and they should be kept in first ,class Cables machinery of all kinds. ports convey condition all the time If you have Pump Repairing Done. Give North American any trouble with your digestion take about 30,000,000 words a year. me a Call. Chamberlain's Tablets and you are An adjustable attachment for certain to get quick relief. For sale YATES Ad. a baby's chair to hold. a nursing by Paull Drug Co. im-yroved 1 C J Flush out the accumulated waste and poisons of the winter months:,, cleans your stomach, liver and kidneys of all impurities. Take Dr. New Life Pills; nothing betKing's ter for purifying the blood. Mild, laxative. Cures constipation makes you feel fine. Take no other. Recommended by Paull Drug 25c. Co. Ad non-griping 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rc Breeding. Mr. Jno. Lee Walker passed through our town on his way home from Burkesville, a few days ago. Mr. D. T. England is very low SPRING 1914 at present. Mr. Able, the groceryman, was calling on our merchants a few days ago, Miss Elsie Frodge has just recovered Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in irom scarlet fever. Mr. Ara Strange, our mail carrier, lias been sick for several days. Mrs. W. T. Reece was quite sick a few days of last week. g W. T .and Edgar Reece were business at Cofer, Wednesday. tran-3actin- Wall and Floor Coverings Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAFJEfcr Mr. Sam Roe, our industrious blacksmith, says he doesn't intend killing himself, jubt because he has so much work to do. Mr. Garvin Jessee left for Indiana, ihe 16th. Mr. Garnett Walker returned from a. trip to Indiana the 17th, and reports very cold weather there. Dick Roe and W. W. Jessee made a with each other for Early Recognition The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet reVie moved from the high rent district. Hubbuch Bros., Duke of Adair 4660, A. S. H. R. & Wellendorff Incorporated business trip to Edmonton Wednesday, and report the roads fairly good. Dr. Harlan Simpson made a short islt to Burkesville, a few days ago. Feed is very scarce in this community. Corn is being hauled ten and fifteen miles, and is selling from four to 5ve dollarsp er barrel. Stella Patton, and Verna Shives, Susie Shives and Birch Hurt eloped to Jeffersonville, Ind., the 20th of this month, where both couples were mar-lieAs they have not returned it is the general opinion that they will make Indiana their home for the pres-snt DUKE OF ADAIR 4660 A. R. H. R. This fine combined saddle and harness stallion will make the season of 1914 at my barn, one mile north of Montpelier, at the low price of $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. Duke has proven himself s an excellent breeder, and very sure. His oldest get are 4 year olds and they are proving to be in every particular, all good size, easy to handle, good workers, best of saddlers and have as much style as anybody's horse. But few of his colts have ever been offered for sale, but what have, are commanding the highest prices. DESCRIPTION and PEDIGREE: DUKE is 8 years old, 6S hand shigh, dark brown or black, has the best first-clas1 J it 522 and 524 West Marketer. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. (t " of eyes, fine mane and tail, the latter, which he at all times carries to perfection. old Red Bird 1950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Bird's 1st dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. Duke's 1st Gist's Black Hawk. Red dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubble's On Time 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72. 2nd dam Black Kate, she by Red Squirrel 53, he by Black Squirrel 58. So you see at a glance that Duke's pedigree can't be beat. Having old Red Bird for his sire and Hubble's On Time as a grand sire on his dam's side, two as good ones as Kentucky ever had. DUKE was sired by d. Mr. Debeau, our hardware drummer, made the merchants of Breeding a call last week. Mr. Alvin Lyons made his regular trip to our town last week. Is'. K. Roach was in town Wednesday, shaking hands with his many BLACK HAWK This fine young Jack will make the season of 1914 at the same place at $6.00 for a horse mule and $7.00 for a mare mule to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold Black Hawk is 5 years old, coal black with mealy points, 15 hands high, has very heavy bone, extra big head and ear, long bodied and as well made up in other respects as you ever saw. He has proven himself a good breeder and very sure. Last fall his -- NOBLE PEACOCK One of the best sons of the Grand Old Sire, Jordan Peacock, will make the season of 1014 at Grady ville, Ky., and will insure a colt for the Low Price of $10.00 NOBLE PEACOCK has proven himself to be the Best Breeder in Southern Kentucky. His get last year wore the blue tie over every other horse colt that was shown at the Columbia Fair, as those who were there and saw that beautiful little Chestnut Missie that I paraded in front of the Grand Stand that made the other colts take a back seat and sit down till the little Missie graduated is evidence that NOBLE is the Best Breeder, and there were a number of colts by some of the noted horses of the country. Some of them were sired by stallions that made the season at $25, and there were two in the lot that the season cost $50. Now what is the use to pay from $25 to $50 for a. colt when you can get a better one for $10? My plan is to live and let live. Just think of the wonderful Peacock mare that was shown at the Columbia Fair last year by Wilson Bros., and won every time she entered the ring. She won the $500 prize for the best stallion, mare or gelding Also $50 for the most beautiful stallion, mare or gelding, and for the best saddle mare, 4 years old and over, and she 's a Peacock, too. The stock that you have heard some stallion owners say couldn't do nothing, but when they come to a showdown they are always in the monev and especially when you have one to sell. Description of NOBLE PEACOCK: He is 6 yews old. 15J hands high- - weighs ,050 pounds, is a beautiful Mahogany Bay, goes all five of the saddle gaits with both ends up as high as you ever saw a Peacock. He carries the best natural show tail I ever saw. Has a long goose neck and a beautiful head and a large, brown eye and is strictly sound in every way. NOBLE'S breeding, by Jourdan Peacock. No. 1148, by Peacock 498, by Blue Jeans No. 3. Jourdan's dam," Lena Rivers, No. 760, by Cabbell's Lexington, by Gist Black Hawk, by Blood's Black Hawk. Noble's first dam, by Artist Jewel, No. 882, by 2nd Jewel, 84, by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington' Denmark, G4. Noble's 2nd dam by Cromwell Denmark, No. 73, 3rd dam by Artist No. 75. There is not a better bred stallion living than Noble Peacock, and not one in the world that has as much rich blood in him as Noble, that stands at as low a price as this fine young horse. . 1 friends. Mr. George Stults was in Breeding Wednesday. Mr. Sam Rowe and others attended eourt at Burkesville, last Monday. Mr. Jno. Thurmau, our deputy sheriff, has been very busy here of late. Mr. Jno. Reece fell from a wagon sne day last week, but was not seriously injured. Mr. Harlan Simpson, returned home from Burkesville, one day last week. Mr. Alex Chewning was, in Breeding one day last week. 113 a",u " wh iMflfflMarawnMiOTraffias In both cases all care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. mmmmmmwrn V. M. EPPERSON, Montpelier, Ky. Jacks At The Feci Tired, Achy, Lazy, "Dopey," Sore and Gnod-For-Nothin- g. Fair Grounds. The Way ROOT JUICE Cleans Out the Blood and Builds Up the System is Surely a Wonder; Guaranteed. That's why you need that woiiperful blood purifying, system verbial "molasses in January" and its full of impurities that have been col- tonic, ROOT JUICE. No wonder you lou never a machine work like it lecting all winter. feel "all in," tired, lazy, achy, "dope " in all your life. It's made from a new, Every organ in your body is half asleep. scieutilic combination of Nature's own Your system is clogged up with an ac- roots, herbs, leaves and barks, and its cumulation of tilth thakes good healrh splendid influence is telt by practiimpossible. What you need is athor-ough- , cally every vital organ in the body. For stomach trouble, rheumatism, house cleaning top build you up some weak back, weak kidneys and urinary and a tonic to thing to put new vim. new force, "tire," roubles, and especially for old folks, Your blood's as thick as the .prom Cane Valley. Messrs. J. W. Sublett and T. A. Furkin weie in Louisville last week buying goods. Sirs. Anna Murrell, of Dayton, Ohio' s visiting her sister, Mrs. S. A. Mur-srel- L get balky. Dick Littrell sold a two year old mule to Curt Yarberry for $110. Curt Bryant sold a pair of horse amies, 10 hands high, to S. S. Van Hoy last week for $300. We have an aaumps at present only cases over-productio- fill nf QXl Terms $8.00 to insure a living colt. In all cases money is due when colt Ther,e fere several hogs taken week with her cousin, Miss Mr. Everett Smith, of Chicago, 'is is foaled, mare traded, parted with, this neighborhood last out of visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs bred to other stock or removed from Myrtie Neat, near Eunice. by Mr L Beard of week neighborhood. Waller Smith, at this place. Mr. Sam Hatfield, who is work- - Roley. at six and seven cents ing at Campbellsville, is spend-- ', Per pound Mr". J. C. Pearce, representing RobGeo. Coffey, Agt. Miss Florence Beard visited ing a few days at home, erts,. Johnston & Rand Shoe Co., was Mrs. Emma Breeding several in our town last week. Miss Lucy Kigney, of Grarhn, days last week, Mr. Dennis Eubank, our postmaster, Mrs. C. G. Vaughn, of Absher, was Messrs. Will Ed Squires, of who has been visiting in this is confined to his home with mumps. time, re- - Columbia, and Rollin Caldwell, nmVhborhood for some visiting here last week. J John. Mr. Joseph Roseniield, of Middles-boro- , passed through here last Wednesday en route to Columbia, his old home, looking just as nice and fresh as he did thirty years ago. Fire broke out on Steve Jones' farm last' Tuesday night and destroyed many panels of fence. I will offer for public service for the season of 1914, STARLIGHT and twenty-twMURPJIEY, two high-clas- s young .Tacks, at the Columbia Fair Grounds. "Mrs. Stansberry, of Corbin. re- They are specimens that are rarely evsumed to her home last week after er seen in this section of the State. a pleasant visit of two week with her They are 4 years old, black in color with white points, 15 and 15 hands son, n of "pep" and ginger to you. in- o You need high, with extreme length, weight, substance and finish. They are exceptionally well bred having for their sire the famous show Jack, Kentucky Champion, and out of Starlight Jen-faets. Dooular familv vet, known. TIirsr Jacks have been well cared for and are in excellent condition for service. The Starlights being the most feeling like somethime that will a new person in n. stomstrengthen your week. You just try ach, sharpen up your one bottle of it, and appetite and improve your digestion, someif you can't say it's thing to stir up your the finest thig you lazy liver and get ever tried in all your PIT iKSH ? m your bowels busy: life take the empty something that gets bottle back and get into your blood and purifies it, cleans your money. It's got to give results. itoutand makes it rich, something Don't let any scheming, anreliable acts on the kidneys, too, because they druggist palm off an imitation on you. only one genuine ROOT are the filters of the blood and may There's and nothing "just as good" or JUICE cause a sight of trouble for you if they J "almost like it." simply It will have you it is un-equal- Mr. and Mrs J. W. Sublett: Mr. T. A. Furkin, and Mrs. T. I. Smith were in the city last week purchasing their Aspring goods. turned home last Sunday accom- - pf Miiltown, visited in this part Neatsburg. panied by her friend, Mr. Clint last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grant and Greer. Every thing is moving along Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Breed- daughter, Linnie, o f Eunice, were the pleasant guests of Mr, Mrs. Toria Hood is quite sick at the nicely in this neighborhood at ing visited Mr. Sam Meritt and Cariie Bryant and family last W. L. GRADY. family last Sunday. home of her father and mother, at this present. Sunday. place." Messrs. Guss Dunbar and Ira Mr. Sam Merritt was atjCamp-bellsvill- e Mr. Sam Merritt entertained Chelf , of Knifley, passed through several of his friends last TuesConover, of Columbia, Mrs. S. R. last Monday. ' here last Saturday en route to day night with his new parents at this place sevIJext Monday will be county court. fully invite those who are indebted to visited her Miss Mattie Grant ia 'spending Columbia. Quite a number of people are expected una omce to caii and make eral days last week. payment to put in an appearance. We respect- - 3 JACKS. I will staad 8 first-clas- s Jacks at $10.00 to insure a foal. These are all first-clas- s mare with Jacks, all black with size and style. Now if you want to breed to the best, come to my stables. I have been in the .breeding business 35 years and know how to handle this kind of stock. Money is always due when mares are traded or removed from the neighborhood. Pasture 10c per day or fed at cost of feed. Respectfully,