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Banquet at Lebanon. tucky Central Health and Accident Iusurance Company, met in Lebanon last Friday evening, to spend a few hoars in social enjoyment, talk over business, and become better acquaint ed. Mr. W. H. Wilson, who is the local agent here, was present' and he reports a most enjoyable occasion. The banquet was in the evening at the Hardesty Hotel, and it was a most elaborate affair, the best edibles being served. The following were present, all or whom made interesting The officers an'd agent of the Ken- Notice to Teachers. Each teacher bringing displaj work, such as maps, drawings, etc., should bring cloth of some kind, sufficiently large, on which they may place same The decisions of the judges at the division rallies are final, as it will be impossible for us to know more of the facts than judges who rendered the decisions. ' Program. The following is the program for the U. W. B. M.r Auxiliary which will meet o n Tuesday afternoon, Nov: 3rd, at 2:30 o'clock instead of Friday evening before the 2nd Sunday. They will meet in the Christian College Last Friday morning the new three story brick dormitory, for boys, was formally dedicated and turned over to the young men for occupancy. After song service and prayer, speeches were made by Dr. R. W. Browder, of Rev. O. P. Bush, of the Bap tist chureh; Eld. Z. T. Williams, of the Christian church, Mr. J. C. Miller, the contractor, Mr. R. F. Paull, G. B. Smith and several others. Atthe conclusion of the speeches the building was turned over to the young men students and they at once commenced to arrange their rooms. The building contains fifty rooms, is three stories high and is one of the most attractive and substantial buildings in this part of the State, Waterwork fixtures and other modern conveniences have been installed. A number of concrete walks will be added to the campus. Waterworks have also been installed in the girl's dormitory, giving the Rus-sellvill- e, t- - - Let each teacher try to get pupils and patrons to town as early as possible on the day of the rally, and make report to us of the number from your district bv 9:30 Friday morning, if possible, as we must take these retalks: ports and figure the percentage in orE J. Walker, Superintendent, Dan der to determine the winner of the ville; Assistant Superintendent, E P' penant offered to the school having Offering. Lane, of Danville; Agents, L. Ramsey, the greatest number present at the Song. For Sale or kent. Danville; G. A. Curry, Danville; R. II. rally Get reports correct at first, as Prayer. Morgan, Danville. J. S. Rose, Rich- no reports will be changed after reWe again invite all the ladies to I desire to sell or rent my farm on mond; Jo II. Brann, Richmond; L. B ceiving them. We will have a room come and be with us during this in- Casey Creek. Said farm is located on Nichols, Springfield; J. G. Roscoe, at the court house at which Casey creek and "Wilson creek TurnSomerset: L. Fitzgerald, G. D. Pence, we will receive these reports until 11 teresting hour. Z T. Williams, Pres. Mrs. pike. Contains 20i acres of land, i Williamsburg: W. R. Todd, Stanford: Lindsey-Wilso- n Mrs. Silas Denney, Sec. two magnificent R. II. Marshall, Bowling Green; W. H. o'clock. milefrm post office, mill and church, The spelling contest will be )ield at body. It is ex- Wilson, Columbia: W. R. Mathus, and 3 stores. No one need apply to homes for the student the court house at 10:30 o'clock. Let rent unless they have a team. Millinery. pected that in a very short time all Lebanon: visitor, G. A. Barnes, . all contestants be present at that 52 3t C. G. Jeffries, the rooms in the two buildings will time. No one will be admitted to the Columbia, Ky. have been taken. $15 Reward. room where contest is in progress exI now have on display a beautiful cept judges and contestants. The line of milJioery. Every body cordialArm Broken. Death of an Estimable Lady. ly invited. years newly adopted speller will be used. Lee Herd, a man twenty-liv- e Mrs. R. W. Hurt, Last Saturday evening a short time old, induced me to loan him a mare to Only winner of first prize in the t. Mrs. Meekey Montgomery, who was Gadberry, Ky. after dark, Mrs. Kinnie Murrell met ride to Russell county on special busi- events of each educational division a highly respected old lady of the with a serious accident. She went ness. He was to return in three days. contest can enter the final contest, Ozark community, died last Saturday A spirit of improvement has struck night. She was seventy-fiv- e into a bedroom with a pitcher of wat- He has been absent eight days, and I except in contests which are open to years er. The match she struck, with the have heard of him trying to sell or more than oue entry' from each divis- Jamestown which we believe will ulti- old and died in the house where she intention of lighting a lamp, went out. trade the animal I will pay 15 00 ion, as provided by the general rules mately build up the place. There is was born and reared. Her funeral mas supplies on this trip. She then undertook to put the water for his arrest and the return of mare. and regulations previously published. no good reason why Jamestown should was preached by her nephew, Eld. W. Mr. Guy Nell and Miss Mabel Aton the washstand, but she stumbled Herd is smooth shaven and has a hump The Secretaries of the Educational not be a lively business point a little G. Montgomery, Sunday afternoon, a kins; Mr. Ernest Harris and Miss and fell over a rocking chair, breaking on his back. "When last heard ef he Division Rallies should forward to W. more enterprise is all that is needed. great many relatives and friends Creel Nell visited Sand Lick Spring M. WMson, Secretary of the Rally at A number of residences have been the small bone of her left 'arm, just was in Pulaski county. present. She was a daughter of last Wednesday. above the wrist. It was a painful ac- 52-lColumbia, the names of the winners built in the last six months and oth- Joel Montgomery, one of the first setI. S. Taylor, Mr. Fred Hill was in Louisville last ers will be erecfcad and many will be tlers of Adair county. cident, but after the fracture had in the contests in their Division. Glensfork, Ky. week, purchasing Christmas supplies. public square-i- s about been reduced, the pain somewhat The Displays and Exhibits of the improved The Mr. W. L. Brockman was in Louisrocked, and it is bettered ceased, and at this writing she is not two schools at Columbia will be at one-haImportant Notice. Eld. W. G. Montgomery, who is now ville last week, attending the Masonic that it will be completed during the suffering. assisting the pastor of the Christian their respective school buildings, as coming year. Concrete has been put Grand Lodge, and representing Glensroom at the Or account of late fall, the delivery of Church, this place, in a meeting, has there is not sufficient and partly fork lolge. Public Sale. pastorate of the Fair Grounds for the display of tke down at several residences been called to the by Harris & Garrison Any and around the square walks. To invite fruit trees sold Mr. Horace Jeffries represented CoCampbellsville, and will re- rural schools of Columbia. new comers, a town must be made in- will not be on November 2nd, but la- lumbia Lodge.No. 06 F. & A. M., in Having sold my farm at Knifley, Church at very short time all visitors from the county, and the Ky., with the intention of going to move to that city in a viting. While improvements are in ter. All parties will be notified by the the Grand Lodge, last week. Mr. 8. of Adair citizens of Columbia, are cordially inprogress, property will advance. Georgia the first of the year, I now EUd. Montgomery is a native nursery as to the date of the delivery. C. Neat was the delegate to the and reared vited to attend these Displays. They offer for sale at the same place, on Sat- county, having been bom one of Grand Chapter from Columbia Chapwill be open till 11 o'clock on day of Harris & Garrison. the For Sale. urday, Oct. 31st, the following proper- near Columbia. He is ter, No 7. rally. strong preachers of the Christian ty. The Fair Association has given al Mr Z. A Taylor, ef Lexington, who Card of ThaflRs. Church, and the Campbellsville conOne pair of Computing Scales, one Ten Head of Cattle lias been attending a watch maker's made no mistake in se- stand privileges at the fair grounds Cheese Cutter, one gregation has Oil Tank, One Mule We wish to thank our many friends school iu Illinois for nine months, is curing his services. For several years to the two Columbia schools. one Peanut Stand. Will sell the above One Mare R R. Moss, Pres. Rally Com for their kindnesses shown us and our here on a visit. work, very cheap. Also a lot of groceries at he has done much evangelistic One New Rubber Tire W. M. Wilson, Sec. Rally Com. Mr. Charles J. Hubbard, of Louisand many have united with the Church cost. These bargains are offered to baby during her illness and assure them Buggy. of our appreciation of every heartbeat ville, representing the Union Central under his preaching. make room for my stock of shoes. "Farx Wagon and oilier Faan ImPublic Sale. of sympathy. We wish alss to thauk Life Insurance Company, was in CoGeo. W. Lowe. plements. them for the many floral offerings lumbia a few days of last week. Public Speaking. Also Household and Kitchen Furnilarge attendance which so beautifully decorated her litOn account of the Eld. Z. T. Williams preached for On Saturday, Oct. 31st, 1914, at one ture. at the evening services, the meeting tle grave. Fair-plathe Church at Bradfordsrilie last Suno'clock, at Concord church, near day of Sale. Terms made known on Judge Rollin Hurt and Attorney Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson. Christian day. by order of the Conference of was removed from the S. H. Knifley, Auctioneer. General James Garnett will address church Wednesday evening to the Messrsr-GaHieM. E. Church, we offer at public BusSfel, Knifley, Ky. W. L. 'Pelston and Roy Mr. Hugh Richardson and family court-housthe citizens of Adair county, at the the Eld. Montgomery, who 6 acres of land, an old church Coomer, of Burkesville, were visiting court-housMonday afternoon. auction, next delivering have removed from Columbia to Camp bid- is doing the preaching, is Meeting at Zion. Persons who want to hear two good building, to the highest and best strong and entertaining sermons, and bellsville where, Mr. Richardson will Trabue Shearer Jr. from Friday until on day of Monday. speeches should come to Columbia by der. Terms made known the song service, led by Miss Kate engage in the grocery business with pastor, assisted by Rev. T. E. 1:30 p m. on Jphn Thurman. The sale. Mrs. "W. R. Todd, whose visit to that day. Warriner. of Liberty, is melodious and Mr. S. W. Beck, of this place. The Ennis, will begin a series of meetings, highly appreciated. Miss Warriner house in which the firm will do busi- Columbia was very much enjoyed, at Zion Baptist Church on Monday Montejo the old family horse of $300 Colt. possesses a cultivated voice, delivering ness, is not yet completed, but as soon left for her home in Stanford, last night, November second, Judge Rollin Hurt, died one night a solo each evening. Her singing, as as the last stroke has been made, the week. years Mr. Brack Massie, of this place, sold last week. He was thirty-tw- o Mr. J. F. Patteson has returned wall as the preaching, has been gener- ttock wiR be put in. Mr. Richardson Mr. Lee Calhoun. Sheriff of Russell and had been driven thousands of a few days ago, a male colt to Dr. J. ally complimented. and also Mr. Beck are experienced from the Louisville market county, was is Adair last Sunday summiles by his owner. Three ot four G. Staples, of Gallion, Ala., tor $300. a!hd both have interest-inMr. Luther Williams, Montpelier, fifty men, qualified jurors, moning years ago Judge Hurt pensioned Mon- This is one of the best indiviuals families. n Mr. J. W. Hicks, the was on the Louisville market last who were directed to be in James- tejo, by directing that he was to be as well as one of the best colts that piano tuner, will leave for the South week, town at nine o'clock Monday morning. ridden nor driven, but kept ever left this section of Kentucky. He Buckboard and harness, almost new, in a very short time Persons who Twelve of whom will be selected to neither pasture when the grass was Mr. Hugh Noe is here from Campon the for sale. his sire A. S. Chewning's Ball J. F. Neat, sit in the box, in the case of the State green and stabled and fed in sold has for he by Montgomery Chief; first want their instruments tuned should bellsville. Chief", Columbia, Ky. see him at once. His address is vs. Silas Sullivan, who is charged with weather. Messrs. B. F. Chewning, H. F. Durdam by Fayett Artest, by Kentucky 52 It. Box 151, Columbia, Ky. being implicated in removing indictUp to the present six persons have ham and Perry Hutchison were Artist; second dam by Red Bird; third in ments from the Circuit Clerk's office. been added to the Columbia congrega Loui3 ville, A store house and a small stock of dam by Frank Miller, by Cabell's Lexlast week, the two latter Mr. W. M. Brockman, who was tion of the Christian Church, in goods, owned by J. A. Dulworth, the years old, died Monday meeting now in progress at the court- attending the Southern Poultry AsReduction of patterns, shapes and Camp Knox, Green county, were de- ington. The colt was shipped to his sixty-eigh- t new owner last Thursday by express. novelties this week. night of last week at the home of his house. Foar came from other churches sociation. stroyed by lice one night last week 32-l- c Mr. Charles F. Cowherd and niece, Eubank & Summers Mr. E. A. McKrnley. Mr. Dulworth's married son and wife One of the property holders living on About tho months ago he met with a and two by confession. The indica- Miss May, of Campbellsville, and Mr. were rooming in the store, and it was the street leading to the Lindsey-Wilso- n stroke of paralf sis, and a day or two tions point to the closing of the meet- Coakly Cowherd, of the L. W. T. S., A valuable horse, which was the with great difficulty tlat they esis clamoring for a concrete before he died he was again attacked, ing in a day or two, as the speaker, spent the week end with the family of property of Mr. N. M. Tutt, died last caped. The origin of the fire is not Sunday night. A few days before the walk from the Campbellsville pike to from which there was no hope of re- Eld. W. G. Montgomery, is suffering Ed Butler, near town. known. Some insurance. with a throat trouble. the college buildings. He says that covery. death the horse was in a lot where Rev. Earl Hamilton, pastor of the the walk is badly needed, and if the there were some pieces of glass, and in Presbyterian Church, Marrowbone, For Sale., While in Louisville, last week, Mr. City Council to have wallowing he got badly cut which Mr. Cleo Sherrill, an Adair county Thursday, en route to Presand Mrs. J. 0. Russell called at St. was here caused his death. of about six- the work done, it should act: if it is young man, is engaged in business at I have two small farms Joseph Infirmary, to see Mrs. Jo Rus- bytery which convened at Caldwell ty acres each, on the waters of Sul- the duty of the property owners, liv- Lebanon.. Mr. W. H. Wilson? met him church, Boyle county. sell, who underwent an operation in The Farmer's Institute for Adair phur, three and one-hamiles east of ing on the street, to build the walk, a few days ago and concluded that his the institution some days ago. They Judge II C. Baker left Saturday county will be held at the court-hous- e Columbia. Cheap residences on each. tlen they should be forced to do it. old home friends would be glad to report that she is doing nicely and morning for Presbytery which opened in Columbia, the 0th and 7th of next Also four residences in Columbia. This is a matter that the eouncil learn that he is prospering in the will likely return home by the last of in the afternoon at Caldwell church, month. Good speakers will be present Will sell on easy terms. should take up. world. His place of business is on Boyle county. The Synod will meet this week. and everybody who is interested in N. M. Tufet. Main street iu Dauville this week and Juggo Bafarming should attend. The big school rally will take place Mrs. L C Hindman has returned ker will be in attendance. She .lying near from an infirmary in Louisville. We have received a copy of a month- at the Fair Grounds next Friday. It J. F. Neat sold his farm, Miss who was known Judge W. W. Jones and Hon. J. F. is expected that all teachers and all Garliu, last Wednesday, to Park Bur- was accompanied oh her return by to a great many people in Adak coun- ly magazine published in the interest present. ton, for $1,200. Ad Richards pur- her husband. She is in fine spirits, Montgomery left Friday for Jamesty, died at her home, near Milltown, of Clark College, Worcester, Mass. 1't friends of education will be town, the latter to put on a sale of of adjoining counties are inlast Sunday night, She was about is well gotten up and contains some Teachers An interesting program, chased from Park Burton, the latter's and everything indicates perfect res- property which ,was owned by the late vited. toration to health. farm on Sulplmr Fork, for S1.175. She leaves a very valuable reading. Mr. Ivan fifty.two years old. Simco Dockery, the latter to look afwhich has been published in this pawho. two years ago, was a small farm which will go to her two The engagement of Miss Brownie ter his business in the Russell circuit teacher in the Graded School, this per for several weeks, will be carried Mr. Geo. W. Cook, who lives in the Leachmau, of Greensburg, to a young court. daughters. place, is assistant business manager of out. suburbs of Columbia, wants our Grady- - gentleman of Glasgow, has been an- - Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty, The Pjie Social given last Tuesday the publication. ville correspondent to Know tnar; ne nounced. The wedding will occur in was here a few days of last week atThe Manatee Journal, Bradentown, night at the Beech Top school, which is somewhat of a sweet potato grower Xovember, tending the meeting, which has been is beJDg taught by Miss Julia Penick, Ben Milam, of color, charged with F!a , has commenced the publication himself. He left one at this office residence of Mr. Paul Smythe, in progress a week, conducted by Eld. was'quite a success. The proceeds whipping his wife, was tried before of a daily with Mr. S. F. White, forlast Saturday afternoon, which grew onThe Garnett Avenue, is for rent. See Z T. Williams, who is assisted by Eld. which amounted to $15,20 will be us- Judge Herriford, last Monday and merly of this place, as assistant busiin his garden, that weighed b pounds. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. W. G. Montgomery. 52-ed inlsecuring books for their library. fined S25 00, which will have to be ness manager. It has connection with Dr.7 John D. Combest, Russell paid at hard labor and also the cost. the Associated Press and publishes the The Ladies Aid Society of the Go to Neat & Murray for your over-coat- Springs, was here Sunday en route Hallowe'en next Saturday night It He was married to his wife about six latest happenings in this country and LPFesbyterian church will meet Thurs raincoats and cloaks. home from Louisville. He conveyed is more than likely that ghosts in weeks ago. abroad. In appearance, it looks very day Otvfc. 20. at 2 s. m. wttn Mrs. Al Mrs. Wm. Irvine to the city who unlarge numbers will be waiting about. publication. much like a metropolitan len Walker. derwent an operation which was very Democratic speaking at the The result of the basket ball game, house next Monday afternoon.Courtsuccessful. The. recent rains damaged corn in w wwaaaafcs At Mr. J. A. WilMs will, this week, played a dlndsey-Wilsolast Friday torney GeneBal Jas. Garnett and Judge thexiver and creek ootto ms, but very Dr. R. "W. Browder, of Russellville, night, wasi8 to 10 in favor of fcheJ be a total loss. The com commence building a residence for Barbee, who is in business at arrived the middle of last week and Jo Rollin Hur will entertain n audience. little win on Disappointment. Town team? Campbellsville, is here with friends. also Rev. Lyon. They are members that was overflowed has been gather- Mrs. Rose East, Vr 1a li io rvi n irrwrA It mAlnn ed and'wxll be fed to stock. Probably Of the Educational Board, Louisville uirc.vo uuiuisu uuj f uowawi j. Mr. E. P. Bunton, o Frank-tort-, T?.rorrt.bfnlr f.h. is mnnhlo chnnW Mr. E. F. JRoe, of SparksviHe loss was in the Camber-lati- d Conference, and were pwsent when d in ?VC Va"ey S(T the greatest be piK undeAlock and key before next f gcew three ears of corn, weigh who is connected with the agricultur- Vae new doTmitary at the Lindsey- Russell and river bottoms, in . al office, washeretho-firstoSaturday night. the week. "WWson; was 'dedicated last Friday. ting 5 pounds and 2 ounces ' .1 1" xji, iaUZ ' Cumberland counties. ru !r IH 51-2bo-in- g t. lf cut-under tucky is Attorney General James Gar-net- t, who is past Grand Master of the order. Gen. Garnett is in Louisville this week attending the grand lodge sessions and when not so engaged he Chapel room: can usually be found in the hotel lobSong. bies discussing the political situation Devotional, Josephene Rowe. with his friends from over the State. Roll call. He has made some speeches for the Minutes of preceding meeting. Democratic ticket and will make othBible study Sarah, ers before the campaign closes. The Mary Lucy Lowe. name of Gen. Garnett continues to Henry B. Whipple, Maggie Rubarts figure quite largely in connection with Our work among the Indians, the next Governor's race, which is the Mrs. Blakeman. general topic in political circles just LenaDenney now. Louisville Times. Hidden Answers, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burdette. of Marion county, arrived last Friday, the latter to remain several weeks. Mrs. R. R. Conover has been riti cally ill for the past week. Mr. Lindney Snow was here from Russell Springs the first of the week. Mr. E. N. Caldwell, n insurance man, was here Sunday, ert route for Russell Springs. Mr. G. T. Rogers, Greensburg, was here last Saturday. Mr. R. H. Helm, of Marion county, is visiting relatives in Columbia. Mrs. D. C. Palmer, sister of Mrs. W. A. Coffey, who visited here three weeks, left for her home, Ashley, III., Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gee. of Glasgow. spentvlast Sunday and Monday in Columbia. Mr. Tom Stephenson, Rowena, was here last Sunday. Mr. D. E. and Mr. L. E. Hatcher, Glasgow, called to see the Columbia merchants last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Miller and Mr. Miller's mother, Mrs. Sarah A. Miller, returned from Buffalo, N. Y., last Thursday afternoon Mr. Mat Lancaster, of Louisville, was here a few days ago. Mr. "W. A. Miller, Dent, Ky., was here a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell returned from the Cincinnati market Saturday afternoon. They arranged for Christwell-know- 52-2- t. y, tt e. e, grc-cerym- en g well-know- son-in-la- has-author- ity lf Dink-Burres- s, Mc-Dougl- e, lt s, Persnnak n, io, v com-muoit- y, mm. f IV- - i -- V A r1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Big Educational Rally, Columbia, Oct. 30, 1914 Everybody is Going You Come here last week with a lot of hogs bought of Jo Beard and W. F. Feese at 8c. Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. PROGRAM School Parade All the School Childeren of the County who are present at the rally. Each teacher having charge of the pupils of his or her School. (Each school should have apenant designating the name of the school. Parade will start at the court house and march to the Fair Grounds.) American Flag to the School having the greatest percent of pupils and patrons present at the rally. Attendance will be based on the census reports of Russell & Co. the districts. American Flag to the district having the second highest percent in attendance. Calculated same as above. W. I. Ingram. 1 Notice AH 7 Neatest patch on calico (by school girl any age) Dr. Grissom. $1.00. Best made gingham apron (by school girl any age) Murray Ball. Valuable Bar Pin Best specimen of manual training work (to be judged from workmanship and difficulty in making) Columbia Bank. $2.00 Best Embroidored shirt waist (made by girl any age) Gravy Ladle Gill & Waggener. Best Ladies crochet collar (made by girl any age) Shirt waist pattern Walker's Store. If you want to contribute directly to the occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that contain codine, morphine, heroin and other sedatives when you have a cough or cold. Any expectorant like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what is needed. That cleans out the culture beds or breeding places for the germs of pneumonia and other germ diseases. That is why pneumonia never results from a cold when Chamber- lam's Cough Remedy is used. It has a world wide reputation for its cures. It contains no morphine or other sedative For sale by Paull Drug Co. ad Election Officers. The following were, appointed to serve as officersof the election for Adair county ,by the Election Commissioners, on September IT, 1914: West Columbia. M. C. Winfrey, Judge. " If. D. Murrj, Ray Montgomery, Clerk, 18 1 9 Persons Who Are Behind 20 2 1 22 23 4 5 Spelling contest (Written) Bible Joe Patteson 1 Pole vault (Boys any age) . Box of Fruit & Candy Garrison Bros. Sack Race. Boys any age and any number may C. R. Hutchison. enter. Good knife mile race. One teacher from each eduBox Whitman's cational division may enter. Candy. Flowers & Beck. One-ha- lf One Year on our Subscript tion Books WiSf Declamatory contest for boys, any age $ .00 Dr. Triplett. Valuable Book Recitation for girls, any age. Page & Taylor's Drug Store. Best Essay on "Why Eradicate Illiteracy in Kentucky?" Valuable Book. Mrs. Cora WHson Stewart. Best exhibit or display of work from any rural American Flag First National Bank. Best reader of First grade, who has entered school this year, Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. Best Apple Pie. have to Come off, Under if 6 7 24 the Law, not Paid at once 25 100 yds dash. Boys any age. Boys $1.00 W. H. Wilson. 26 100 yds dash. 27 28 29 30 1 The Government S 9 4 and under. $ .00. 1 Knife. Moss & Wilson. Goff Bros. Running Broad Jump. mile race. Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Out of Danger. rn, 1J19 i Boys any age. $ .00. 1 liobt. Peuuycuff. Sheriff. Hancock Hotel. Potato Race, Boys 1 East Columbia. Elzy Young, Judge. " Tom Bryant, L. T. !Ne?.t, Clerk. 10 ,11 $1.00 Dr. Cartwright. Box Candy. Winfrey & Co. Best Loaf Light Bread. Best h doz Biscuit $1.00 baum. Representing Bast g doz Corn Muffins. 4 and under. $ .00 1 Bennett & Smith. Girls 15 and over. Not than two entries from each educational Dimore Box Fruits and Candies. vision. Nell & McCandless. 12 Taylor & & Wheel Barrow race. Frank Wnggener, Sheriff. Rosen-Gowb- y Milltown. Burris, Judge. Jo E. Johnson, " W. C. Yates, Clerk. Geo. Kemp, Sheriff. W. H. Co. One Box Stationery Dr. MurreH 31 Relay Race. Division. 1 Four boys from each Educational U4 not more than two entries from each dmsion (Corn must have been grown on farm of boys exhibiting same.) $2.00 Jeffries Hardware Store. Best Best i doz ears corn doz Photos made of boys together Buford Montgomery. while at the Rally. Egg Race. Girls 14 and Under. Keltnei:. Marshall Moss, Judge. Mannie Kemp," " W. H. Kemp, Cleric. George Rodgera, Sheriff. peace treatS I I hlS COUntry if i 1 has entered into hind 980,000.000 people to peace, to tar ad $1.00 Dr. Hndman. J15 i doz Irish potatoes. Good Knife Reed & Miller. 53 US Best glass of Apple Jelly, made by any school girl Bar Pin, value $2.00. Paull Drug Co. Highest number of points won by any Educatioal Two Schools in CoDivision, American Flag. (Flag to go to the school of that division lumbia. winning the greatest number of points). Grady ville. Porter Flowers, Judge. D. C. Wheeler, " Elmer Keen, Clerk. Chas. Sparks, Sheriff. the 3 ?",your pdae I of fermented. tfasr food. United States i Nothing better than Concerned. I . S" c Tk. This number includes moat of! the worlds civilized population. i-- i , Is to be dreaded. lead, to serlou Sick Headache. Poisoned System aad or troubles follow. 3 ?. " .r? CV. coaswp.ntion last. $ "ou " Constipation It Bowei. v 1 So that, should a dispute arise Rules and Regulations Governing the Rally School pupils taking part in the contests must be in school age and must have entered school by August 24 and have been in regular attendance since that time. "2 Elroy. Judge. " J. W. Reece, Tom Rossen, Clerk. Finis Strange, Sheriff. IIaumony. Chas. Mitchell, Judge. F. O. McClister, " Alvin Loy, Clerk. A. Darnell, Sheriff. A. C. Froedge, 8 The The regular be The first rules governing all athletic events will used on this occasion. 3 winner in each event counts three points, the second two and the third one, in deciding which Edmcational Division and has won the greatest number of points; though no second and third prizes are offered, sub-district 9 district winning first school penant, given by Russell & Co., will march in front, the School winning second penant given by W. I. Ingram will have second place in line of march. Other rural schools will occupy any convenient positiol in line of march. The Columbia Schols will march in the rear. Let teachers from each district report the number of students and patrons present from their and the number of miles from school house to Columbia, by 9:30 Friday morning of the rally, at the County Superintendents office. We urge the rural teachers to be exact in reporting the mileage and number present from their sub-distrisub-distri- Glensfokk. Albert Johnson, Judge. ' Tom Taylor, Arlo Rippetoe, Clerk. Albert Miller, Sheriff. No admission will be charged for entrance to the Fair grounds or to the addresses of the day or evening. 10 1 1 Only school pupils are wanted in the line of march. Place of delivering premiums on the morning of the Rally. will White Oak Willie Burton, Judge. George Blair, Robt. Bailey, Clerk. J. S. Wilson, Sheriff. Everything is free. be announced The Fair Association has given all stand privileges to the two Columbia schools. 12 Contentants in Domestic Science and Mannual Training must present specimens of work made by contestants. Little Cake. W. F. Grant, Judge. The judges for the various events are to be select- ed by Profs. Moss & Wilson from the town of Columbio, and from the facultier and pupils of the two schools. The decisions of these judges are 'final. urge that avery rural teacher drill their children at school to march in the order that they wish them to march at the county rally, at Columbia. Train children to march in line and pay strict attention to orders. 13 The President and Secretary of the "Rally Com- mittee" desire to express to the Adair County News their thanks for these posters (which are doin adnated by the News) and their vertising the Rally through the colums of the News. Jim McQueary, " R. B. White. Clerk. R. C Neal, Sheriff. Pellyton. Wallace Goode, Judge. We Dates and Places of Division Rallies Fisrt Division Mt. Pleasant, 3rd Friday in Oct. Second Division Antioch, 2nd Friday in Oct. John Gabbert, " W. R. Knifley, Clerk. Tom Barnett, Sheriff. Third Division Fourth Division Zion, I st Friday in Oct. Little Cake, Last Friday in Sept. Roley Ed Bryant, Judge. Has Abell, PUBLIC SPEAKING: Knifley. We hope to have with us on this occasion some of the States greatest Educators, who will make addresses. . Harvey Lewis, Clerk. G. R. Reece, Sheriff. Cake Valley. small farm from Walter Hardin. sister, Mrs. Porter Campbell, J. I. Stansbery, Judge. ' T. T. Tupman, Page, Clerk. Elbert J. B. Beard, Sheriff. Price unknown. "We are "having a lot of rain near Elkhorn last Saturday. Born to the. wife of Art Morris, Miss Mary Brockman, of Ab- ' and the corn is suffering with September 23, 1914, a son. sher, spent last week with her rot owing to the corn being so Mother and boy doing very well. daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Gabbert, of Egypt Bryant, Judge. . Horace Murrell Jo S. Beard, Clerk. L. G. Weatherford, Sheriff. South Columbia. A. D. Patteson, Judge. Hudson Conover. " L. C. Winfrey, Clerk. G. D. between this nation and any other, the matter will be referred to a tribunal made up of delegates from other nations, ana that tribunal shall nave a year in which to examine ana report. During that year the excitement is expected to coo! and a solution be reached. As a general thing arguments do not decide an issue. This is attended to by events, and during a year man of these happen that reflect upon the issue. It is hoped that the rest of those 980,000,000 people will go into agreements of thia kind It will establish the work's peace. In the present European tumult the treaty, so far as this country is concerned, will act like a charm. Should a question arise, we would wait a a year the slaughter began. In that time we could get cool, and become impressed by the horrors of war. So we can go on with our business and other earthly affairs feeling sure that no bloody war will intervene to obstruct or disperse our purposes. Ohio State Journal (Rep.) De-for- Jir, jyns's NewLifePiils r)raf:a os All . SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK nessee and West Virginia, to which Virginia has been recent-addethe people of that shite d, adopting prohibition by a majority of 35,000. This means that over 17.000,000 people are now or soon will be under prohibitory law. , e In some of these states prohibition is a moral principle and has been adopted for purely moral reasons. In others, while the moral principle has obtained tc a certair. extent, prohibition hao been largely an economic measurea means to an end. In those 3tates where the moral principle dominates, prohibitory laws are more generally enforced; in those where it doe3 not . dominate, prohibition is more or less class legislation forced accordingly. and is en-- 1 J Still, whether moral principle ui ctuuuiun; measure, tne euec as a whole is the same. Tri state becomes at least nominal "dry." For this reasoa adi green. Mrs. P. H. Knifley and Mrs. Roley. Mr. John Dunbar, of Ozark, Tobacco is all cut and in Art Lanehart bought the propthe house and curing nicely, and erty known as the Will Pendl-to- n visited his uncle, Mr. J. C. Dunfarm, from L. R. jDhelf, and bar, last week. is all of good length. The singing at this place the have moved to it. Sunday in Oct., was largely Mr. M. L. Russell is moving to first Plenty of dinner on J. R. Wade place, and Mr. attended. Messrs. Ingram & McDermott the reported a will take possession of the ground and all - sold their cattle to a Mr. Hunn Tucker good time. the Knifley property as soon as . at $6.10. Miss Hazel Knifley spent SatMr. Russell gets moved out. Che midget flour mill at Roley Mr. Joe Knifley of Columbia, urday night and Sunday with is putting flour on the market. Misses Bettie and Annie Christie. was in our town last Saturday It is said to be a good article, A continued rain for several and Sunday. Sorghum making is the order disadvan-tagall --- Hopeless Lung Trout) in Cured. cates of prohibition have a rh to claim an advance of the Wheat and grasses are about sown Only a small crop out. Fred Denson, Sheriff. Your Pall Cold Needs Attention. No use to fuss and try to wear it out. It will wear yououb instead. Take Dr. King's New Discovery," relief follows quickly. It checks your Cold and Soothes your Cough away. Pleasant, Antiseptic and Healing. Children like it Get a 50cc. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and keep it in the house. "Our family e Married at the residence of the days passt has been a Cough and Cold Coctor" writes Lewis the day, and quite a quantity to growing crops. Also to- Chamberlain, Manchester, Ohio. bride's father, Mr. C. Goodin, being made. The price is 50c iis last Sunday, the 11th, Mr. Ardon bacco in the barn causing it to Money back if not satisfied, bub it nearly always helps. Sold by Paul .per gallon. Sherrell and Miss Vina Goodin. house barn. Co. Drug Ad North Dakota, Oklahoma, ,Geo. 0- - Hancock bought a Mrs. D: J. Bowen visited her Mr. J. L. Beard passed through relief at W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N. C , writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honey in a case given up as hopeless and it effected a complete cure." Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's If your cough is dry and hacking let ib trickle down the throat, you will surely get relief. Only :25c. at Paull Drug Do. Ad Pine-Tar-floney. Many recoveries from Lung Troubles hibition idea. sre due to Dr. Cell's It strengthens the Lungs, checks the Applyjsloan's freely for Cough and gives once Mr. Pine-Tar-IIoney. Lumj at Your attacks of Lumbago a nearly so hopeless as they em. can relieve them almost instam a simple application of Slcan'j ment on the back and loins. go is a form of rheumatism, ai perfectly to Sloan's, which pe quickly all in through the sc der musles, limber up the makes it feel fine. Get a Sloan's Liniment;for 25 cent Ten "Dry" States. druggist and have it in the against colds, sore.and soll There are now ten "dry" states rheumatism, neuralgia, sea They are Georgia, Kansas, Maine like ailments. Your mon not satisfied, but.it dos Mississippi, Carolina, instant relief. Sold by North Ten Co. i?iAi. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FREE FREE &&& This season the fashionable J. R. Cummins made a sale ver or rye make first-clas- s paswoman may stand erectly and last Saturday and closed out all turage for swine. have her arms definitely defined. of his possessions here and will Don't let pigs drink from mud start Tuesday, for Florida, where The frock with an arholes and stagnant pools. Prohe and his family will make tistic dash of color, promises to their future home. His mother-in-la- vide pure, clean drinking water be fashionable this winter. Mrs. Elizabeth Blair, will for them at all times. all-black w, . I M I I j Making the Little Farm Pau r " j They Make YOu Feel Good. The pleasant purgative effect pro- duced by Chamberlain's Tablets and he healthy condition of body and mind which they create make one feel joyful. For sale by Paull Drug Co. At the sale Keep floors, troughs and bed- ? things went very cheap. N. M. ding clean. Disinfect occasionTutt, Columbia, bought the horse ally. Dip to prevent lice; vacciand Mr. Cummins' interest in nate to prevent cholera; place twenty acres of corn. accompany them. Roy. ... By C. C. BOWSFIELD ... .I. .,',,.... " ...... .i"t ".""- I" - Ad Cane Valley. Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes personal reminiscences of Baron de Mdheval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of leaders. De Meneval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy publicly recommends them. The j j ! Rainfall and Conover schools Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dudgeon, met near here October 12, and of Louisville, were here on a vis- celebrated Columbus day by it last week. hunting chestnuts. Both chilMiss Ada Sublett is visiting dren and teachers enjoyed the her brother, Prof. Geo. C. Sub- day, and after gathering the chestnuts they were invited to lett, in Georgia. Mr. Claud Edrington has pur- - Mrs. E. E. Epperson's home, where they all marched into one chased a Buick automobile, Messrs. W. B. Arnold and room and sang some patriotic Tom Poore, of Bowling Green, were here last week looking af- ter insurance. They are fine old boys and are having better suc- cuss than the common insurance men. Camp-bellsville- mixtures within easy access at all times. An ounce of prevention is worth a worm-killin- g king on a farm comes wher we are above the average in quality and production. THE actuar ma- Those who-stan- j j songs accompanied by music. The schools were highly compli mented by the old folks present. The day will be long remembered. A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS By special arrangement with the publishers of Collier's. 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THE BALDWIN PrANO COMPANY Factories; Chicago; Cincinnati. wear .bron hosiery in any shade and may be correct. You ma The most important material in the silk class will be satin. j ; new petticoats to wear with the new skirts are flounen-iceThe d. i Trie prettv toque and the sail- HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in lumbia. Coi ! or shapes will and vests ot" U ad in millinery. Bodices will havv collars, cuffs striped material. All Classes of Penhal work done. Crown, Bride and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed t , Dark blue and seal brown is a fashionable combination. blouse is going out oi fashion for sfreet wear. The low-cu- t meetings at the Baptist church. ill with typhoid fever. The school house at this place Mr, Dink Dillingham, a fine old gentleman 0f Absher, spent will be repaired and covered soon. one night last week with his The attendance here is real good, daughter, Mrs. Claud Edrington. in spite of the rainy weather. Miss Hattie Royse, who is visThe Cane Valley band gave an entertainment at the school house iting relatives in Missouri, writes Saturday night. Every one who that she is enjoying her visit attended was well pleased with very much. Mr. Sol Royse caught a queer the nice music. Several of our farmers are bird not long ago. The descripstripping tobacco. Some are not tion of a coot. Mrs. Omenia Jeffries will move done cutting though when we get it all in we will have the to Columbia soon to be with her sons, Frank and Beckham, who best we have ever had. Mrs. J. T. Riffe, who has been will attend school there. We visiting her father, Rev. W. S. are sorry to have her leave our Dudgeon, for the past month, neighborhood, and she will be returned to her home in Birming- greatly missed. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Epperson ham, Ala,, last week. R. B. Wilson, while spending visittd Mrs. Epperson's brother, a night with his brother, Shirley, Mr. J. N. Meadows, of Jamesnear Eberneezer church, had his town, not long ago Mr, G. R. Redmon is having horse stolen and up till this date has not heard any trace, of him. his cellar repaired and cemented this week. Dirigo. There is a protracted meeting in session at Shiloh, and brother The singletree factory at this Leslie Bottoms, who is the leadplace started up again last week er, certainly delivers some good with Mr. Pendleton at the lathe. sermons. Wm. Hobson, Campbellsville, Misses Rose and Mary E. Con-ovbought two work mules from visited at Mrs. E. E. EpperMose Wooten for three hundred son's one night last week. er Messrs. Luther Redmon, Jho. Rev. W. S. Dudgeon, assisted and Sam Jeffries left for Illinois, last Monday. by Rev. H. A. Sanders, of Little Miss Mabel Antle is very are holding a series of ," Office over G. W. Lowe's Grocer)' Store : Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer ". j Dolmans and capes are in the iront rank of fashionable gar-mentis he Adair CountyNews and i j The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 BonYOne buttons and buckles will oe used on the new cloth suits. . Carved wood t The rippled cheviot is one of the most attractive of the new Year For Only ph55 I Subscription may be new or renewal materials. Bead fringe is used to border the tunics of dance frocks of sheer materials. At present the tunic skirt is i I What the Weekiy Enquirer is Tt Is issued every Thursday, subserin- K tion price $1.00 per rear, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the Kreat for "btatninjr the DAILY ENQUIRE world's events, and for that reason can giae you all the lcadiror news. It carries omount of valuable farm a carries a matter, crisp edilorirls and reliable market reports- - Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to :.i ..iM k rpu yoke is hip length. Hips are coming into their own and the waist line has put in an Eat up-to-d- appearance. There is a pretty little glove handkerchief with a colored center and a white hem. Broad hip sashes crossed in an The AdaipCounty News, Columbia, Ky. original fashion mark many of the new evening robes. Miss Flossie Holladay is able to Allen Wooten and Garnett be in school again after an atPelston bought a mule in Colum tack of typhoid fever. bia last Monday and it died that night. A hor3e belonging to Don'ts for Swinemen. We can not bring him back. Wm. Harvey died Friday night We can go to him. It was not and one belonging to Willie BenDon't use a scrub boar. nett died a few nights before. our brother's wish that we should Don't select brood sows from Neither of these horses had been mourn over his return to his .sick but were well Eand hearty "twin" litters Father. He wants us to be usethe night before and were found Don't have fat, lazy sows; ful, happy, and good, and dead in the morning. Keep them exercise. make "We know that each tomorrow can't J. G. Campbell has returned their appetites well "whetted." be sad, So forgetting all the sorrow we have from a ten days trip to Glasgow, Don't feed the brood sow too had. Munfordsville, Scottsville and much corn. Let us told away our fears, elsewhere. And put by our foolish tears, Don't forget to provide dry, And through all the coming years and Mathew Wooten Allen Just be glad." have bought the store at this warm- well ventilated hog hous A Friend. place and are now in charge of es. it. is cheap and Albany New Era. The colony-hous- e Mrs. J. C. Royse was stricken efficient in case none other is It is a severe test of a man's with paralysis a few days ago available. Christianity to have the minister and is now in a very serious conDon't overfeed at farrowing dition. call on him during business hours. time. Seal Brown is a color much in Born, to the wife of Jack MorDon't fatten pigs; keep them gan, on the 5th. a daughter. evidence. growing. Lafe Akin is instructing a This is to be a season of os. Don't fail to provide green for- class in singing at Bird school ' age for pigs. Alfalf, rape, clo trich plumes. house at nights this week. - dollars. get a living, but not much more. Farming needs individuality of purpose just Close of a Life. character andfactory does. as running a store or a If the usual profit in a flock of hen? is $1 each above the cost of food thc-niOur beloved brother. William should be to increase egg production and the sale of broilers or Emmet Louis, has gone to his other kinds of fancy poultry so that there will be a profit of 2 for each reward. Brother Louis was born hen kept This is to be accomplished May 21st, 1879, and died of by selecting pullets from the best laying mothers and by breeding up witlfr Bright's disease, Friday, Septem- full blooded males.dairy herd are payIf the cows in a ber 18th, 1914, at 4:30 o'clock in ing an average of $100 a year, maktr an effort to raise it to $200. Perhapr the afternoon. He is survived the quickest way to gain this end is by discarding all animals that fall by his wife and little daughter, five gallons of milk per day for the greater part of the year. The stock Louise, also by one brother, may be gradually Improved by selecJames Louis, of Utah, and his tion and breeding. It may be possible also to sell a part of the milk orcreacn mother, Mrs. I. A. Willen, this to private customers who will ay double the wholesale rate. county. It is net necessary tbkt the farmer should replace all of his grade cows? On December 2, 1905, he mar- with high priced, pure bred Holsteins,. ried Miss Hattie E. Lollar, whom Jerseys, Guernseys or Ayrshires. However, for successful and profitable he had the misfortune to lose in dairying it is absolutely necessary thai he realize the remarkable difference in death the following spring. Then productive capacity of the Individual cows in the same herd, though these-cow- s in December. 1911, he married are cared for by the same mas and are consuming practically Miss Mallie Granville Murray, amount of feed. Recently a herd of hogs from who is ndw his window. was sold in one of the cenMany beautiful traits of char tral markets for SS.50 per 100 pounds. A herd of similar size from a so caller-coracter were displayed by this belt state sold in the same market on the same day for $7.95. Ths good man's life. Thrown early northwestern hogs were fed a variety, upon his own resources he was j Including barley, a liberal amount of alfalfa, a little ground wheat, some ever industrious, dependable, corn and some sugar beet sirup. The other herd of hogs was fattened alcheerful and worthy. For some most exclusively on com. Not only did ho northwestern hogs-brintime he taught in the local schools a higher price per 100 pounds, . but they put on flesh more rapidly and then took up commercial pur-- economically than the others and were suits always showing that he In every way more satisfactory. Wltb the present knowledge of alfalfa growwas above the average intellect ing no farmer, even in the strictly corn states, can find a reasonable exin anything he undertook. cuse for not having some of this tc 'eed his hogs. And, although death under any Hogs ueed to run at large in a field1, forage. This may where condition is necessarily sad, it is clover, there is rape or artichokes. be In alfalfa, this way they attain growth and put a rich legacy left us, who love 03 flesh better than they will if penhim so well and. appreciate him ned up. If they can have whey or skimmed milk once a day this will asso much, that he looked upon sist the economical production of ineat-Th- e aim must be to bring the hog up life as a preperation for eternity to 200 or 300 pounds at such a moderate and that death was regarded as profit cost that there will be a liberal when it is marketed. With an abundance of hay and eoru the commencement of a superior there ought to be a good profit in fatexistence and superlative happi- tening beef animals, few or many, according to the size of the farm. It ness. would appear that with the judicious selection of feeders, with the careful It makes us glad in our grief handling of the animals while in the an to have known him as a devout feed lot and withcattle even break on feeding ought other conditions, to be fairly profitable. Christian and to be able to bear Farmers have come to realize tba witness that he remembered his value of maintaining soil fertility ana are using manure as liberally a posCreator in the days of bis youth sible Land, to be made a source oi continuous profit, must be kept fertile. and was prepared to meet his The proper rotation of crops combine with the raising of live stock, will conGod. tribute largely in th maintenance or pound of cure. letin. Wisconsin Bul- mon on the comlevel will Beautiful m e the-sam- e st g soil fertility " Intelligent, painstaking effort. based upon the teachings of scl- - X T ence. is the price of many farm- 4 4 ers success f! A Humane Check Strap. Take a good, strong elastic bano! twelve inches long and double It-- Sew strap loops at each end. Fasten to X CHECK STKAP EAST ON THE HORS check strap. This little article wID prevent stumbling, and the bit will b . much easier on the horse's month. h , " r Care of Plants In Wintec Look to the dahlia and canna- - tUD'era " stored in the cellar. If too damp moM will have formed and cause de caj Jf not removed. Spread the tubers out where the air Is dry and separata the perfectly good roots from those touched with mold. If, on the con trary. the roots look shriveled, put them near the floor In a damp cornet of the cellar. Ventilation must be giv en the cellar during the winter U keep It dry. Be very sure" that there are n eracks or loose window panes to lei In draft and frost ' pgj - If, s- -- i li "V. ' S 1 i. ' W. JVL' - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE ADAIR Underwood President- - Wilson commends the work of the Demfnblished Every Wednesday ocratic Congress and confesses - BY THE without their aid it would Aiair County News Company. that have been impossible for him to ( INCORPORATED.)' have carried out the policies to democracy stands EDITOR. which the 3HAS. S. HARRIS pledged. It will be necessary Dpiocratlc newspaper devoted to the In for the President to have a demto! tne City or uoiumoia ana tne people Adair and adjacent counties. ocratic house and Senate to completelth'e work that he has e as 3BaterejLfr.the Columbia mall matter. so admirably begun. The elec"Subscription price ?1.00 per year. tion of Governor Beckham and Senator Camden is. for that rea"WED. OCT. 28, 1914 son, most important. To send a Republican to the Senate from Kentucky this year would be a rebuke to the President and a blow to thft party in this state from which it would never re Post-officsec-salxl- COUNTY HEWS In his letter to Congressman Ex-Govern- A STRIKING or CONTRAST. W. Beckham, is the Democratic nominee C. J. 44frQ'Q"O'04MQ''Z4MQ64fr4444'44Q X for United States Senator; Augustus E. Willson, is the Republican nominee. Both have been the Chief Executive of Kentucky, and they now seek tne same office, it is proper that their public careers should be reviewed, and that their respective ability should be measured. Ex-Govern- or The Armies of Europe Mobilizing for War 4 The Farmers of Adair County should be mo bilizing for a Big Wheat Crop. 4 As Governor, Willson was a complete failure. When he came into office he found $1,- 000;000 in the treasury; when he went out of office he left the cash $1,-000,000 Si V, (ft I s See Us For Wheat Drills and FertPIizers f DEMOCRATIC TICKET. TorU. S. Senator Long Term HON. J. C. W. BECKHAM, wastedthis energies in the furtherance of petty political Governor Willson succeeded FASHION'S LATEST schemes in an effort to discredit him, and not only spent this DECREE IN HAIR ORNAMENTS. the Democracy. imbut left the State We show this in our Window, the newest So little.attention did he pay poverished and a million dollars Pins, just created. to the affairs of his office, and so in debt when he retired from Also the various styles in large loop and maxixe, g frequent were his plain and fancy pins, and novelty Barettes in all office. colors, tours through other States, seekThe Republican party selects' ing wherever a gong sounded or Gus Willson as its beloved leader. BIG VALUES It has been our aim to show a banquet was spread, that he He typifies all that it stands for. the Newest and best quality at popular prices. became known as the "Wander- He is a hopeless, This is an opportunity to get what you want red THIS BEAUTIFUL at from 10 cents a pair up to $1.25. ing Voice." It is a matter of actionary, the friend "and followGome in and get yours while the assortment is FAN record that during his term the er of Taf t, the enemy of all progcomplete. PIN ONLY 50 cents. Lieutenant Governor drew over ress, narrow, vindictive and beMURRAY BALL, Columbia, Ky. $5,000. in salary for acting Gov- nighted. ernor during Willson's absence The Democratic party selects tion. Go to the polls and vote 30,000. from the State. Governor Beckham to lead its Judge Rollin Hurt. for When the night-ridtroubles fight. He has courage, charac- S Burton Vance, Progressive The whole State will feel proud nominee for United States Sen were at their heighth his irresolu- ter and ability. His face is toover the election of Rollin Hurt ate, has received a letter from tion, timidity and bad judgment ward the future bright with the encouraged the disorder instead sunlight oft Democracy. He is to the Appellate bench from this Roosevelt in which of abating it. Hundreds of the friend of President Wilson district. he vigorously denounces those thousands of dollars were thrown and has his hearty endorsement. Rollin Hurt is an industrious who pretend to be his friends but away in needless calling out of His presence in the Senate will lawyer and he will do his duty are going to yote the Republican the State Militia. The grave add one more incorruptible vote That's exactly what you get in oar Bir Woolly Blankets ( Extra 4& and do it well as a Judge of the ticket this Fall. He makes plain question settled itself while Will- - to the legion that is fighting the Size 74 x SS ) Weigh nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for that this is a fight for principle Appellate Court. $5.00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them baclto us son was torn between his alleged battles of the Chief Executive. and that the Republican party uiuuey cu. uuue The next Appellate Judge from How can any fair, sane man, zv uuu ive win miuuu jruui onrl Tnit oa nnf- Lugeuner wild return man love for the people and his well rtliivnffle UU14 f VsGUU. UUb WHUIgbJ jlU UiC UUb rn- ri nnnlcan never hope to hold, or dewill be Rollin the third district proved affection for the Tobacco democrat, republican or progresOld Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid Large Coverlets made like serve, the support of the people subject to your approval. Hurt, of Adair county. All Trust, whose attorney he had sive turn from Beckham and cast until it rids itself of the unscrup-uou- s quality Yarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in Extra friends who want to see Judge been before he became Governor. a vote for Gus Willson? leaders and corrupt bosses lots of 5 lbs or more. Hurt elevated to this position Extra All Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton that have brought disaster upon There is not room in this brief Rewes XRoads. should vote for him next Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 2Sc twilled 36c. Old Time it. In expressing his regrets recital for the blunders that Jeans pants in Regular sizes S2 25 a pair. Justj vhat jou need this will not be able to make marKea every step m nis expen'winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will be over- that he Well, we have had three days J run and will cause some delay. sive, inconsequential an ridicuRollin Hurt is a gentleman who any speeches in Kentucky, Presrain. The water is up, a big rivFarmers Woolen Mills, was never known to betray a ident Roosevelt appeals to every lous administration. It registers er. Much corn is under water. E. L. BEECE, Mr. high-watmark in the flood-tid- e friend, and he is a friend to ev- friend that he has in this state Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. X P. O. Jamestown, Ky. Needmore No 2 has enlarged ery body. Will you show your to vote for Burton Vance for the of incapacity which has followed her border again. It now looks appreciation of his ability and senate, and show to the people every Republican Governor that a little like a store house, if it citizenship by voting for him that Kentucky refuses to ally it that has sat in Frankfort. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec U. G. HARDWiCt, Pres. J. B. COCKE, V. Pres.; next Tuesday? We believe you self with the Republican party. This is the same Willson who- - had something in it. Our neighbor, Hallie Gaines, Governor Willson never fails to rattled around in the Executive will. friendship for Mr. Chair, the sport of press and has been on the sick list for a "the Anderson County News, proclaim his public, who now asks this brave, week or two. Roosevelt, but the in writing of Judge Rollin Hurt's ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 rejected these overtures and intelligent and discriminating There wa3 a birthday dinner speech, delivered at Lawrence-bur- has notified his followers that electorate to send him to the at Perry Kelsey's last week. last Monday week, says in has party United States Senate, where he There were to 54 eat dinner with 3EALERS-Ipart: "Judge Hurt delivered the only way to make their in rjolitics is to defeat the promises to prove a thorn in the them. The visitors report the ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. one of the strongest Democratic felt Republican nominees. side of President Wilson, whose finest dinner they have seen for GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS addresses ever heard in this ability he derides, and whose many days. Hurry up your 1301 THIETeeNTH-MftI- N, LOUTSVILLS county, and he handled his subWhen Augustus E. Wilson ran policies he is anxious to oppose. birthday again, Perry. ject in a masterly and convincing for Governor he had great crowds It will take a separate article s MOKE STACK Beldon Helm has moved to the manner. He impressed upon to hear him speak and thousands to recount the wise, progressive Rowes X Roads, on the farm his audience the wise legislation of democrats voted for him. This and economical administration of with Dock Barnes. enacted by the National Demyear his speeches have been a Governor Beckham. Sheet Iron and Tank Work He was ocratic Administration at WashDink Mann passed here last and audiences have been Governor of Kentucky for seven ington, that it had kept the faith frost week with the best bunch of catmost disheartening in point of years and throughout that period with the people, that it had cartle that has gone up this road numbers and lack of enthusiasm. when the existence of his party ried out every pledge and prommany moons. JOBBING WORK. SOL1C1TRD other day, al- and the very life of the State for platform, and that At Greenup, the ise made in its though he had been advertised was at stake, he proved himself Red Selby, old aunt Sallie Ann -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- it should be a patriotic duty for for weeks, the Republican Com a patriot and a Blakey and James Chapman, statesman. everv voter to uphold and en get as many as Among the hundred, excellent who have been sick for weeks, mittee could not dorse the administration of Presmeeting. things he furthered was Ken- ara all on the mend this week. ident Wilson. Judge Hurt is a 40 people to attend his baskets. We all eat to our full. I keep on hands a full stock of tucky's magnificent Capitol, B. A. Coffey sold his mule colt forceful speaker, an able lawyer At other points in the same counEvery body went away feeling coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep built without a cent of graft, or to Jo Coffey for $60. It was a and will fill the position to which ty he had as few as 9 people to satisfied and all as happy as coons Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and leaving a dollar of indebtedness. good colt. he aspires with credit to himself hear him speak. If the frosts wishing Lucy many more birth- two hearses. Prompt service night or When Governor Beckham went and the district that have descended upon Will-so- n out of office, he left this new Yesterday, the 16th, was a days, so that we can all get an- day. Eesidence Phone 29, office had fallen upon the crops of Capitol, without a superior in great day at Frank Pierce's. His other round meal. They had a bone 98. After being in session nearly 1 yr J. F. Triptett, the state, Kentucky would be beauty and worth on the conti- wife was 56 years old. Their fine dinner and lots of it. nineteen months, the Sixty-thir- d Ad, Columbia. Ky. Congress adjourned last bankrupt and its people would nent, anrl a million doHars in neighbors came in until their Mrs. Wilburn is on the sick d were 45 there with cash in the treasury. list again this week. perish of starvation. Ex-Governor of Franklin County. hear Secretary Bryan. Thousands were turned away. For U. S. Senator Short Term Beckham also addressBON. J. N. CAMDEN, ed the crowd and was warmly of WoodfordJCounty. received. Kentucky has never lost its affection for Mr. Bryan. For Congress The democrats of this state have HON. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. the greatest confidence in his leader-shi- p and they are doubly For Judge Court of Appeals proud to welcome him here as HON ROLLIN HURT, the representative of President of Adair County. Wilson. Bryan's friends in Kentucky are Beckham's friends and Adair county should give Judge there is every evidence that the Hurt a rousing majority, democrats will carry the state Next Tuesday will be the elec- by a majority of not less than box empty and the State in debt. So much for Gus. Willson as a financier. cover. He had no constructive ability. There is no law on the statute The largest crowd that has book that bears the imDrint of heard a political speaking nT. - uzn ..WVVMV IT VI. years gathered at the Masonic advocating wise legislation that Temple in Louisville last week to would improve State, Examine your old Drills now, and let us know what repairs you need, thereby saving Express or Postage. iniw ,- -r nrT-,...- T ta the he 4 4 3j v 4 4444444444 44 4444444444444 4 r -$1,-000,000, The Jeffries Hardware Store. Fan-Tan- go barn-stormin- hide-boun- to-d- ay er $X$$$$$ &&&&$$Q ex-Presid- PureMWool - tfc er W.T.PyneMI&SoppiyCOo fgmiiWXGHTS ex-Presid- ent g, f mMCHiNisTS N 45-- well-fille- T r "V g. .. A" Ttftt ADAIVt P.O.lNTV MF.WR T 4. ""i New Gash Store The Only One in Coumbia - We have just returned from the market where we bought for cash a lar&e stock of Merchandise for the trade. We will sell for cash, hence we can give you better bargains than a credit store. Call and see our goods which are now on display. We want to cul tivate your acquaintance, and we want your trade. Next door to News Office. ' ' Neat & Murray. - Columbia, Ky Special Notice! Bee Dee e?j - ' ' i WAR NEWS, BOTH SIDES CLAIMING. London, Oct. 22 (6:16 p. m.). "The furious bombardment according to a tween Ostend and Nieuport continues to-da- y' PHHHHHHHHHHHInni Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their flocks in good health, highly recommend be- "RP TPP JOcc 1CC STOCK & POULTRY MEDLINE is a splendid cure (or liver irouoie, roup ana cnicxea cholera. Given regular! with the feed, in small doses, it also makes an excellent tonic. F. J. Slowe, Purcell. Okla. PniiiTDv MPnirm STOCK Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. , . dis- patch appearing in the Telegraaf of Amsterdam and telegraphed to London by the correspondent in that city of the, Exchange Telegraph Company. "The Germans are firing from Mariakerke and Middelkerke, the French from Nieuport, and the ? English from their warships. English aviators directed the fire of the Allies on It's a liver Medicine. Also a strengthing Tonic 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. I P.B.5 W. T. OTTLEY ATIUUNttV-AT-IA- W Conference Here Next Year. At a recent meeting of the Conference of the United Brethren Church, held in Western Kentucky, it was voted to aold the next Conference, which will convene in October, at Columbia. Rev. Frank Turner was sent to this place and also Rev. A. Whitten will be here. In talking with Rev. Turner he stated that all arrangements had been made to complete the church building at this place, and that the work would the Germans positions.' Paris, Oct. 22. The Allies are rolling back the German line. Tljey have pushed a wedge through the invading forces thirteen miles north of Lille and for the first time since the series in the North commenced they have pushed their forces east of Lille. The advantage gained is slight, two miles, but it is important. The Allies are now in a position to envelop the German right flank. Officials at Gen. Gallieni's headquarters declare that the Germans have lost the chief move in the strategical maneuvering in their failure to maintain the perpendicular line extending from Lille to the coast near Ostend. They declare that the center of the German right flank has been pierced and that it is only a question of a short time when the German headquarters at Lille must move eastward or be captured. miles three separate battles of In a distance of only forty-fiv- e extreme violence are in progress. From Nieuport, ten miles southby the naval brieast to Dixmude, the Belgian army, gade and covered by the guns of the British war fleet, are rolling the Germans back. The Germans have left 10,000 dead and wounded on the field here. From Dixmude, twelve miles south of Ypres, there is no fighting. The Germans and Allies maintain a line there, but it has not been marked with any general encounter since Monday. Beginning miles southeast to Menin at Ypres and extending nine and one-hathere is a second battle. The Germans were forced back nearly three miles last night. ed , COLUMBIA, KKNTDCKY. Will M Practice all the Courts. Oifice:-- ln Rollin Hurt's in "? V NOTE THE PRICE. 7 8 6 Office Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price loc Local Market. To-day. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Turkeys Geese Ducks VICTIM r " " 18 8 9 9 8 S . 3 00 5 7 " " " " 6 9 6 9 " " " " ' " " 11 . 26 32 32 39 3Q "" "" "" . 18c 20c 18c 22Sc 20c " "" start at once. Notice. Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. spring clipping Hides (green) Feathers Wool 28 12 45 4 CO Ginseng In order to accommodate the trade, we Beeswax..., Yellow Roo pjay Apple(per lb) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 1 wish to ask customers to call during 25 the week for Hair cutting at 15c. 3 25 Saturday Prices will be 25c to All. ?i We are forced to do this in order to ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY- A. R. Feese & etc., vs. accommodate the trade. Sullivan Bros., 59 lm Asa Loy. ' Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full. Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Wagons. "Satisfaction or your money back." Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clot!:- ing, both at old prices. We Pltff. COMMISSIONER'S ) SALE. have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything L The battle lasted several hours and inch gun and the the German line was forced back. Their first line of trenches was occupied by the Allies. From Warneten to La Bassee, a distance of eighteen miles, continuous fighting is in progress along a line running northeast from La Bassee. The Germans are in great strength and have delivered a series of violent assaults, but at no point have they been able to gain any territory. Their losses at this point are very heavy. Paris, Oct. 22 (2:45 p. m.). The official announcement issued this afternoon by the French War Office says the position occupied by the Allies in Belgium and Northern France have been maintained in spite of the violent attacks of the enemy. The text of the announcements follows. "On our left wing German forces in considerable strength have continued their violent attacks, particularly in the vicinity of Dixmude, Warniton, Armentieres, Radinghem and La Bassee, but the positions occupied by the Allies have been maintained. "On the rest of the front the enemy has delivered only partial attacks. These all have been repulsed, particularly at Fricourt, to the east of Albert; on the plateau to the west of Craonne; in the region of Souain, in the Argonne district; at "Four de Paris; southwest of Varennes; in the region of Malancourt, in the Woevre district; in the direction of Champion and at a point southeast of St. Mihiel, in the forest of Ailly. "We have made slight progress in the Argonne district and in the southern part of the Woevre, in the forest of Mortmare. "Russia: The forward movement of the Russian forces has been positively announced. An important success in the region of Warsaw has driven back the enemy more thanT.thirteen Kiicrneters (qight miles). The advances of Russians at Ivangorod and to the south of Przemysl are equally perceptible." s. Eunice Schuler & etc , Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment.and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. term, thereof, 1914, in the above cause,, for the sums of lf 200.00 with six per cent, interest from the 3rd day of June, 1913, subject to a credit of $9.00 paid June 26th, and $15.30 costs herein and 8110.75 and insearchlights to command the ter- terest at the rate of six per cent, per The Germans have mounted 8th ritory and after shelling the allied position they assaulted in force. annum from the$50.50day of July, 1914, until paid, and costs herein. I The French forces had a score of masked batteries in waiting. The shall proceed to offer for sale at the door in Columbia, to the Germans were literally cut to pieces by the fire of the French three Court-houshighest bidder, at Public Auctiou, on rapid-firere ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. C. W. Young & etc., Pltff. I Salt. Big Barrels 51.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, onlv 90c. Monday, the 2nd day of Xov., 1914, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (be-i- n County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, A certain tract of land situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Caney Fork creek, and is bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a stone buried in the ground in the center of the county road corner to J. IT. Beard and J. W. to-wi- t: Sublett, thence with Sublett's line N. E. 35 poles to a stone, thence N. 4Si E. ?2 poles to a stone, thence S. 30 E. 125 poles to the center of the aforesaid road thence with said road S. 481 W. 52J poles to the beginning, containing 5 acres, but there is reserved from this boundry ; of an acre heretofore conveyed to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Kelleyville For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect ot a" Judgment. Bidders will be preparred to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 30 Tired ! Arc you tired? ran down? nervous? Ic everything ycu do an effort? Not it is not lazines9. You are ill. Yonr system needs a tonic. Your Stomach. Kidneys and Liver need otirring op. Nothing will do this better than Chas. Montgomery & etc., Def. ) ' By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the September Terra, thereof, 1914, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 2nd day of Nov. . 1914, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court.) upon a credit of six months the following described property, Two certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, Ky., on the waters of Glensfork and Cedar Creek and consists of two tracts of land, which is described as follows: The first "tract contains 130 acres more or BBHBBflHBaHnHHBKHinBaMHBinBNSHHHMHSSBHaHMEHBHBB9K less The 2nd tract contains 18 acres be the same more or less. Both tracts are fully described by meets 'and bounds in the Judgment and Order of sale, which is of record in Order Book No 14, Page 272 to which reference is made for particulars, in the ollice of .The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court. Said two tracts of land will first be of- of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. : fered separately, and then both togeth- ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with' employed to make the Thornhill wagon. 0ng sleeve malleable er, and the bid or bids will be accepted that will produce the most money. e. kThe wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and For the purchase price, the purchaser, For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is with aprroved surety or securities, ' use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma-t- o must execute Bond, bearing legal ininsure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine terest from day of sale until paid, and of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right rjtch and tuck, makes having the force and effect of a Judgment. ' Bidders will be prepared to The axles are of toughest hickory The Holsters are of the best white oak. comply promptly with these terms. They have an iron plate at top and bot- - the steel axles of the best refined steel, W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. torn, riveted through and through mul- - , The sides of "Thornhill" beds are tiplying their strength. ""1 made o PPlar- - Jt C03ts the makers Wanted. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives Live minks S7.00: black skunks, hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service, Thia is an exclusive Come in and see this wagon sold S5.00, Write me for particulars, Jas. at all points. teature. it prevents the tinder hlriAlnrr mini-an- t L.inornmu Weatherford, Bradfordsville, Ky. y A to-wi- t: This is the 6SThonshiIP? Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good s-non-breakab- le out-car- ' 49-4- t. Electric 50c. and $1.00 For Sale. Forty horse power 5 passenger Case automobile in perfect condition. Cost tfe $2,300.00. A real bargain. P. O. Box 515, Lebanon, Ky. (The 49-tf- Sold By WOODSON UREENSBURG, nc Bitters KENTUCKY, All Druggists . Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest priced but the beat, and in the end the cheapen VAK J THE ADAMCOUNTY NEWS Fie Season. GORE FOR. OLD AGE UDETflKEt?. Whm?m' -- -- nty-two years old, who years ago sought to forget a great sorrow by learning the butterflies. Her city home has become a rendezvous for entomologists all over the world and houses a famous collection. While her contem-jwrarie- s are dozing their lives away in caps and easy chairs she spends her summers in the mountains and hei winter in Florida with a butterfly net Twenty-onnew species to identify are her contribution to the lepldoptera, &nd shr plans to live until the last joal of an entomologist is reached the using of her single Initial species An octet of men In Philadelphia, ali well past their threescore years, some In business and some foot loose, belong to the same ornithological society. They are afield every day of the year, rain or shine, to watch the ever changing bird life In the spring each prepares migrant sheets showing the arrivals of the hundred odd migrants that pass through every place every year. There Is great rivalry as to who shall score the most warblers or identify the largest number of birds in one flay. At present writing the oldest of the eight holds a record of seventy-fiv- e different kinds of birds seen or heard in one day between dawn and dark one for each year of his age and one to grow on A man In North Carolina by the sud-fledeath of two of his family was Jeft alone with but little money, no friends awl the cheering dictum from Ms doctor that he had only a year to live. To while away the few months Btill left to him as well as to help out his household expenses he took up the study of edible mushrooms. At the end of a year in the open he notified his indignant physician that he had become too much interested in his hobby to confirm his diagnosis. In ten years he has discovered, classified and tested 170 kinds of edible mushrooms and has published a book which Is one of the standard authorities for mush loom eaters of the world. Another septuagenarian attributes his long life to the stars. Confined V business during the day. he sought th open air at night and began to study the changing constellations and the per plexlng planets. Then he found that with an opera glass he could detect their colors and reveled in the blue light of Vega, the green glare of Sirius. the rose red of Aldebaran, the flame color of Betelguese and the strange shades of other gleaming sky kings Finally he bought a small telescope Now. at seventy, be has published .1 monograph on the double stars, besidea quaint little star guide that has in terested thousands In his bobby None of the nature studies require-muc- h money or time. A cheap illus trated guidebook, an opera glass and If possible, some walks and talks witi' an expert, and you will learn almost immediately to identify a score or more of flowers, or birds, or constellations or mushrooms, and you will have found a hobby on which you may ride away from Death Try it, young men. lest you grow ola Try it, old men. before you grow tired Escape into the open from these nar row indoor days and learn the way to where the wild folk dwell. In their land you will find the help of the hills und hope wide as the world, and strength, and youth, and happiness Try it. Samuel Scoville, Jr., In Lippln e n The pie tree fruitr at this season and bears plentifully, Some A 'A Easy and Pleasant and Costs but persons hold that the pie season Little to Try It. The young1 mother and many an old Mrs. 31. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. is 12 months long. It is not. one, too is often puzzled to know the cause of her child's ill nature. The L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxaloudness of its crying doos not neces- tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Really, however, there are two sarily Indicate the seriousness of its It has been found to answer most perfectly A GOOD WAY TO CHEAT DEATH. trouble. It may have nothing more the all the purposes of a laxative, and its very e matter with it than a headache or a pie seasons, one whtn the blackof general dullness. It cannot, of mildness and fre6m from griping tourse, describe its a The Prescription Is to Mix Open Ait berries, raspberries and blueberI keep constantly on hands a nice line flreliminnrv mpnsnro feelings, but as in recommend it especially for the use of von tira enfa children, women, and old folks gener(trying a mild laxative. and a Hobby, Shako Well and Take as t Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and ally people who need a gentle bowel Many Hours a Day or Night as Pos- ries are ripe and when apples are Nine times out of ten, you will find it stimulant. Thousands of American .adies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Is all the child needs, for its restlessness families have been enthusiastic about it sible The Cure In Real Life. peevishness are perhaps due to ob- for more than a quarter of a century. green, and the other when the over Cumberland Grocers Co., and struction of the bowels, and once that a age can be cured. The prescripOld has been remedied the headache, the Anyone wishing t makein trial of this before buying it the Phone 52 A. 'olumbia, Ky. sluggishness and the many other evi- remedy a druggist at fifty cents regular The way of or one open air and frost is on the pumpkin. tion is a simple one. Mix dences of constipation and indigestion dollar a large bottle (family size) can Will quickly disappear. a hobby, shake well and take as many of the in a sample bottle sent to the are as J. B. Jones. . Don't give the little one salts, cathar- have of charge by simoly addressinghome Dr. free hours a day as possible. No one betic pills or nasty waters, for these will W. B. Caldwell. 405" Washington St., as purgatives, and thev are too Monticello. 111. Tour name and address act gins to age until he is bored, and the jead to gold to the pies of other trong for a child. In the families of on a postal card will do. flrst gray hair comes when a man sudpie except the pumpdenly thinks to himself, "What's the times. No tise?" Then is the time when a hobby kin pie is a pie at all unless the snakes life interesting again. There was an official on one of our juice runs from between the Birdseve view ot our Plant great railroads wbo was retired at sevLand Owners Attention. enty. "He'il die now," said his friendi covers, the juice of ripened fruit Jdndly. But lie didn't Instead, he be- charged with sun and dew. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do came interested in the wild flowers, and now he is too busy in looking for Custom makes us eat pie last. It your Surveying correctly. the ram's bead orchid and trying to tongue is a hard rule, redeemed only by find a new station for the hart's years He has thirty-thre- e fern aud tramping around in the woods anticipation which helps us and fields in all kinds of weather even the experience. Charges reato think of dying. Anyway, he would to go through the preliminary sonable. Phone 74 or not have time until he's finished bis monograph on the willows of the Unit- staples, glad in the thought of write ed States There is a woman in Baltimore, seve- the delectable to come. T. C. Faulkner, feel-VnLo-ation -- What's The Matter With Your Baby? PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough ana very weak. I had 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 DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL 50c AND DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Surveying 8 jj ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES ON BURKSYILLE lo Fes Fistulo, Spavin cr any surgical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of Btock. Mon Special Attnetin Poll-evi- l, RESIDENCE. STREET. Rules Tor Conduct. Columbia, v. J. B. Stone J. H. Stone The ten rules of conduct which the school board of Santa Barbara, Cal., has had distributed for use of the children in the public schools of the city might well be used throughout the country,-sureltheir careful observance would be a powerful factor in creating a reputation for courtesy and consideration on behalf of the rising generation. Here are the rules: To be polite is to have a kind regard tor the feelings and 1. Residence Phone13 B Business Pho e 13 fi Stone "Largest in Dixie" & w Stone, OR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Attoney-At-La- V. I J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated CJ Will practice in this and adjoining countie?. . 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Sold by PauU Drug Co. from self satisfaction in the success of Louisville, Ky. Ad Bore-leigh'- s' For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in poli- done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia risht and, satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. rear L. & N. Depot PHONE NO- - 75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky.. e Ii. H. JOtfES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlbt years experience. Special attention given to Surgioal and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded Schools " building. PHONE NO. the past. tics and current events, subscribe now. Come., 'bring or send your subscriptions to this office"" . . 7N? , V -- 'J 1 HSa, .jjAL-ftE-.M- . w LA A-- - THEDAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 Woman's WorkingSScheduIe. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR WELL DRILLER Seeing Gaeat Distances. almost impossible that any one could see a distance of 200 mile3 with the naked eye. In Mexico the air is said to be clearer than anywhere else in the world. At any rate, it is the only country where a veiw extending to 200 miles can be obtained. By climbing to the top of the Sierra mountains the lonely peak of Mt. Sparta can be seen It would take four hours by express train to reach it. Mt. Everest, in the Himalayas is the tallest mountain in the world. From Darjeeling the gigantic cone of Everest is seen rising in snowy grandeur among its mighty neighbors, and any stranger would vow it was not The FIVE YEARS Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to take his advice, although I did not have Hoghes Would Die, Bat any confidence in it. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. It seems Here is a practical schedule for arranging household duties so they can be accomplished in Scrap Book Spoiled the Water. The late Dr. Meikle of Crieff Hydrt Is the hero of many stories, none better known than that of his desire hi smesta to adopt bis own "temperance" principles. He became aware of the practice indulged in by some patrons of the Hydro of concealing certain cor dials in their bedrooms and of or dering shaving e Oie Helped Him to Recovery. I have now been taking Black-Draug- ht I. C YATES for three months, and it has cured me the least time and with little effort. Cut it out, paste it on a cardboard and keep it where you can consult it daily: Fire made orjmade up. Shades rolled up; windows opened a few minutes; sugges- haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Draug- Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad-W- ces I am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- ht THE 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 dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It L0UISV1LL i times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I 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. TIMES FOR 1914 I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest Get a package today. would die. He advised me to try Only a quarter. and quit Thedford's Black-Draught, tions of yesterday removed. Breakfast prepared, served and cleared away. Pantry and Kitchenllput in order. Menu made and orders given. Downstairs rooms put in order. Bedrooms put in order. Bathroom put in order. ig BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER -r- -. , shows a the tunics of dance frocks of waist not, tight, but closely fit- - sheer materials. THE ted, sleeves long and plain, and fjg new. sjihouette THE REGULAR PRICE OF LOUISVILLE TIM! Accounts. more than 30 or 40 miles away. Preparations forjsecond and As a matter of fact, the distance third meals. is 107 miles as the crow flies. Second meal served and cleared The most conspicuous object in away. ! time whereby to enjoy furtive jorums of toddy. Meeting a servant in a corridor one night, who was staggering under a heavy 111 V &mVV tray of hot wajugs. Dr. "SOAJ WOIf'T HUKT ter Meikle asked her IT." where she waa going with these things. She replied-tha- t she was taking shaving water to the gentlemen. "Come here." said tha doctor, leading the way to a bathroom. The maid followed in fear and trembling. The doctor pulled out a penknife and. taking a bunk of soap, cut It into small pieces, which he dropped into the jugs, with the caustic remark: "Soap won't hurt It. It's shaving wa ter. you know." The curses that ensued in several bedrooms are unknowiv but it Is assured that if known, they, would be unprintable. Toronto Globe. Lo, And in water at bed- the skirt gradually widening ward the feet. to- keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and I IS if YOU $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDH At present the tunic skirt is made with a circular yoke. yoke is hip length. Bead fringe is used to border two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office The hone 9S. 45-- 1 yr J. F Triptett, . Ad Columbia. Ky. WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET Rest. Third meal prepared, served and cleared away. Head, County Wicklow, a disfollowing Periodical work-T- he tance of no less than 85 miles. is a list of periodical! work for an Snowdon can also be seen from average house: Waterloo, Liverpool, a distance Washing. in Wales, which on a clear day can be distinctly seen from Bray of 52 miles. the British isles, is Mt bnowdon, From the day a brazen wrong to crumble Into clay! IO, the right's about to conquer! Clear the way! VIth the right shall many more Enter smiling at the door. With the giant wrong shall fall Many others, great and small. That for ages long have held us For their prey. Men of thought and men of action Clear the way! Clear the Way. a cloud's about to vanish i ' THE ADAIR COUNT! Ironing. Sewing and mending linen and Charles Mackay. The Daily NEWS In the Fens, where the ground Louisville And The Times New AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES Adair County It BOTH ONE YEAR Is the best afternoon daily paper publish- FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- ed in Louisville. is Democratic, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. Bread tower of the fine old church at Thorough cleaning of the kitchBoston, Lincolnshire, is visible en. from the Leicestershire, hills, Cleaning refrigator andjjfood quite 40 miles away. receptacles. From the top of the famous Arrangements for days out. Blackpool tower you can on a for Saturday Preparations clear day catch a glimpse of the and Sunday. Mountain of Snaefell in the Isle Cleaning silver. of Man. The distance is a good Cleaning of linen closet and 60 miles. others. Chronic Dyspepsia. The following unsolicited testimonial should certainly be sufficient to give hope and courage to persons afflicted with chronic dyspepsia: "I have been a chronic dyspeptic and of all the medicine I have taken, Chamberlain's Tablets have done me more good than anything else." says W. G. Wattison, No. 7, Sherman St., Horuellsville, N. Y. For Ad sale by Paull Drug Co. fo-yea- rs, is perfectly flat for miles, any clothes. lofty object can be seen a long Sweeping and dusting. way off. Boston Stump, the baking. His Queer Request. Cyril Maude tells the following story about his old friend. W. S. Penley: Penley was stopping at a country house in Brittany, France, and the morning after his arrival, tindingno the bell. looking glass In his room, rang "Appor-te- z cbe-val.- moi un " Care of cellar. Keep your Stomach and LiverHealthy A vigorous Stomach, perfect working Liver and regular acting Bowels Is guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They insure good Digestion, correct Constipation and have an excellent tonic effect on the whole system Purify your blood and rid you of all body poisons through the Bowels. Only 25c. at Paull Drug but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The he said to the maid who answered it. The maid grinned and then, choking with laugher, ran down to her master. "Monsieur." she cried, "your THE MAID QRIXMEDl friend who arriv ed last night is mad. He has nothing on but his dressing gown, and he asked me to bring him a horse!" The host ran up and asked Penley what on earth he wanted a "cheval" for. "Well." was Penley's reply, "we talk of a cheval glass at home, don't we? I thought 'cheval' waa the French word for mirror." She Could Lecture Them. Mr. Frederick Townsend Martin in his book, "Things I Remember." tells a story of a titled lady well known in d Adah Has the best corps of correw OountyJSTews both for 4.50 per year. pohdents. Covers the Kentucky field p fectly. Curious Will. Covers the general news around a newspaper office is simcompletely. ply preposterous. fil A little over two years ago an The ink factories have shot Has the best and fullest m the price of news ink up to a eccentric Russian, Countess kets reports. died and left a be- point which makes Gilderoy's quest of $1,500 a year for life to justly famous kite look like a DEMOCRATIC in politics bt Aus-trigildski, Latest Fashion Notes. (NEW YORK WORLD.) any person who shuts himself up in a tomb at Pere Lachaise for 12 months and a day. The first man to attempt this torture has become a raving lunatic. The one who undertakes this is offered a lodging in a stone cell built over theCounfess Austrigildski's vault, and he must never leave the abode day or night for a year and a day. He may not communicate with any person in the outside world save the person who brings his food morning and evening. And he may never have a light. A dismal prospect even at the thought of a substantial yearly income. sunken submarine. fair to everybody. The paper barous act as if they thought their wood pulp product SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP AWAY Some of the new coats are made on the line3 of a basque, English society, with very decided-anoutspoken opinions on certain subjects. One day she was out at lunch and the conversation turned on the pleasCo. ures of life. Every one present gave bis or her idea of what constituted enjoyment, and. at last. Lady Hpnry Wise or Otherwise. remarked in her impressive manner, "For myself. I like dinners better than anything else!" "Dinners!" exclaimed he- - host In a "gowns tone of great .surprise. "My dear If the bride hasUseveoJ Lad- Henry, surely you are not a gourthe honeymoon willllast at least met?" "Oh. no." drawled her ladyship: "I a week. like dinners because I know I am cera man on either side ofi tain to If a man is attentive to his me who bare get away!" can't - ought to bring as much as India Bible stock. TI0N RIGHT And type! Why, you'd think type metal was composed of two parts radium and one part DENTAL OFE'ICE auro-raboreali- s. Dr. James Triplett J3ESTTTST Even Aunt Mary Jackson, in her sealed bid tor washing our towel, quotes a figure 50 per cent, higher than that quoted when we were thinking of having it washed last year. At that, we could manage to squeeze through this month if some of our valued subscribers would kick in with a little of ft OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OBUiMCE PHONB being snugly fitted and buttoned wife in public shelwill overlook a A Fair Warning. "Many a man goes to war without ' down the front and joined be- lot of private neglect. the slightest conception of what It really is." said a veteran of General low the hips to a long Russian An egotist imagines that the Robert E. Lee's army. "In lS&i I bad ' up command tunic. world thinks as much of him as dozen or of a detail made had of a just two recruits that Ripped cheviot is one of the he thinks of himself. come up from the gulf states. The first night we were near the enemy 1 most attractive of the new mamanaged to find a deserted cabin and, Those who believe in incarna- after placing my picket out in front, terials. down In tion would probably object to we flung ourselves night I to sleep. the changed the middle of the Carved wood buttons and buc- being called picket, selecting for duty a young fellow who bad exhibited the most inkles are used on the new cloth tense longing to The census would be much tire northern army.exterminate the ensuits. 1 was awakened larger if all the men who are "About dawn'Ping, ping!' of by tne well known bullets Dolmans and caps are in the leading double lives could be against the logs of the cabin and tha ' expostulating voice of my picket. ? front rank of fashionable garhas-been- s. Go-In- " found out. jStomach Pains and Indigestion can sod me creat distress for two years'. I tri'e'J many things for roller, bnt sot, Ittuolieip, tuiat laatifonna is in tne bast pms or medicine i over tnea A Howl and a Hint. that emergency currency. Even The manner in which those dollar bills genteel gunmen who deal in a few printers' supplies have whooped would suffice. Hardscrabble up the prices on everything used old-fashion- OR, KING'S The worst thing about the silSkirts with wide flounces set ver lining theory is that you have far apart are in evidence. to turn the cloud inside out to blouse is goThe very low-cfind it. ing out of fashion for street wear. Lots of people who are thorDark blue and seal brown is a oughly convinced that we shall ut ments. ed StewUfePHIs1 favored combination, and vests of striped material. know each other in heaven suc- Bodices will have collars, cuffs ceed admirably in forgetting each other here. to the door, I saw that a small scorning party of federal soldiers had diweovred signs of Confederates in the cabin and were trying to drive us o.ut by firing from the opposite hill. I turned to ijiy picket and gsive a gasp of astonishment. The young man stood in the midst of the clearing wbile (be bullets whistled around him. There was no sign of fear about him, but he was tremendously excited.. He bad dropped his musket and was waving bis arms, trying to attract the attention of the enemy, and shouting at the top of bis voice in tones of remonstrance: you fellows over yonerr-Don'- t you all be in tore? Mmr' folks in fcerer-N- ew York Pa "Sn-H-- ir IIA 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BRYAN'S CALL TO DEMOCRATS "UPHOLD PRESIDENT," HIS KEYNOTE dissolved by retirement of the senior of protection, and now every KY. citizen of this country lean walk up to the polls and vote as he pleases without fear of being run out of business. The Income Tax. ELOQUENT SPEECH DELIVERED But I had another surprise. They made IN LOUISVILLE AFTER MAKING the tariff rates lower than I expected them to be. I have been In favor of an Income ADDRESSES IN OTHER CITIES. tax ever since I have been in politics, i believed In the tax we had twenty years ago, and when 1 think how we who had as demaadvocated it were denounced peace, anu gogues and disturbers of the UPHOLD THE PRESIDENT called everything down to anarchists because we favored a 2 per cent tax on incomes, and then when I see a tax tordaj, BY ELECTING BECKHAM ranging from 1 per cent to 1 per cent, and the whole country accepting It, l am ashamed of the moderation that characan interized our earlier years. Yes,per cent, Bryan Advises To Sustain President come tax of from 1 per cent to 7 and every dollar of it lessened to that Wilson by Electing Democratic State the extent the burden to be borne by Not Ticket President Must Have Supstruggling masses of the country. tax, one man in ten will pay an income port of House and Senate in Great for not one man in ten has an income of He is Doing. Work ?3,000, and those whose Incomes are less are entirely free from this burden. But these men are exempt. Why? Because more under the other taxes they bear other Louisville, Ky. (Special.) Achieve than their share, while under the taxes the men now taxed with the Inments of the Democratic party since come tax bear less than their snare. Therefore, at least, nine out of every ten Its succession in power, in fulfillment are benefited by the income tax. haying of pledges made prior to 1912, were their own burden lightened, whie those who now pay the mcome tax are only described by William Jennings Bryan, bearing burdens that heretofore they have -- x one shifted to the backs of others. I saythan Secretary of State, following a. one-dain ten of all the people. It is better that. Why, not even one Republican in tour of the state, at a meeting held ten will pav an income tax, and the other the nine Republicans ought to thank one He reviewed herve Thursday night. Democratic party for making the Among the the work of President Wilson and come up and bear his share. Democrats not one in thirty will pay an yMgilHSgg a Ear MfiHHB wfWIlniWBlnntmTlaKXrwm' ' "n TflfMBfllT1'" made an earnest plea for the election Income tax. Of course, the Republicans will pay more income tax than the Demin November of Mr. Beckham and Mr. ocrats. Why should they not? They have the incomes on which to pay. and Camden and the Democratic nominees that is a pretty good test of what a man has been getting out of the government for the House. These Republicans have been holding the Mr. Bryan said in part: national ottices an tnese years anu uraw- - , ing the national salaries all these years, Ladies and Gentlemen It is very and they fixed the salaries themselves, and they have been generous to thempleasant to return to your great city selves. Not only that, but having the government, they milked it dry. They under circumstances so favorable. The From his latest photograph. Copyright by Cllnedlnst, Washington. have been voting favors and privileges to only embarrassment that I find in comthemselves. Now, having for a generaSECRETARY BRYAN. tion taken from the people money that ing is a natural embarrassment, beJ. C. W. BECKHAM, they ought not to have taKen, they ought cause we are prone, in civil life as well to be satisfied, if we let them keep what your gested by Gov. you have Democratic Nominee fo r United States Senator. has been as In military life, to overestimate the a long struggle, Beckham, itbeen a de- short term, the Senate, done if in hest they got, to pay a little income tax on it. to help in this and but it has A Story on the Tariff. part of those who lead and under- lightful struggle. I know nothing that rtisfrrtp-f- vrm SViorlov tn frho fidence in myself that I used to have. try to take advantage of the war that Several times I have found a man with a aas come, come without any fault on the work of the nameless gives a man more real satisfaction House you have done your best in the;, m yn, estimate the n Zu,u,'w Vd t there honest face, and the Democratic party than to feel that he stands for a cause House of Representatives. More than Republican paity reduce the tariff? It good, Democrat, and onI have said, found part of and while the President or of the multitude without whom a leader trying nation, I that can not die. Yes, it has heen a that, let me ask you to remember this, had a chance. All factions and wings of is a he was a Republican.inquiry that his :o protect the business interestsis of thi3 that But would be powerless. I have been try- long struggle, tiresome at times and too, that the only way in which you the Republican party have had a chance. mother was a Democrat. So I do not :ountry, and instead of withdrawing the had a chance, ing for eighteen years to unload a tedious, but a reward we have won. can register your approval of the splen- Taft opportunity, andbut he didn't improve know what kind of an audience this is, money from the banks and thus Roosevelt had twice the money to I am going to risk my judgment- - 1 the large part of the credit that generous I thought I was happy two years ago. did record of our splendid President as long to do nothing in and he didn't do but going to venture the assertion that 'rom businessbanks cripplewithdraw he has business, am and they reduce the tariff? Why the courage this audience, friends have been willing to bestow I did not think I could be happier than is to write it on your hallot on elec- it. Let me didn't a story that illustrates nine out of ten of Progressives or Demo- :o take this to ask the American people tell you whatburden upon themselves for crats, Republicans, I was then. Then I had a chance to tion day. why. A man went into a clothing store, nots, will, when I take a vote, vote in the protection of the country. upon me. Because in three campaigns do something was for Republicans that I Ballot the Only Way to Express and when the merchantput not looking favor of the new system rather than of That he snatched a coat and The President and International it on and ran I occupied a position of leadership had never been called upon to do beold one. I am going to ask you to Problems. Approval. out. As he went out the door the mer- the and those of you who like the new vote, and carried the standard of the party, fore. I then indorsed the veracity of chant caught sight of him and took after the center of finance at And while he is pleasant to have two Republic- him, crying. "Stop thief!" But he didn't system withbetter than you do the old lems at home, has been solving theaprobtwo Republicans who told the truth It Washington s these friends, learning to know my had to bear load Then the policeman joined in and I thought I was ans meet upon the street and say, "Is stop. and shouted "Stop thief!" but the system with the center of finance in Wall in the nature of international problems he street, hold up your hands. name and not knowing the names of about each other, of my life, Heavier than often falls to the lot of a having the time but I am he not doing great work?" But it is of chase policeman i There was a sea of hands upheld). President. These troubles are not of his those for whom I stood, gave me the happier now than I was then. I have no avail if they belie their words by didn't stop, and then the "Stop or I drew will his revolver and said. go Tiaking. Some of them were inherited Now. all of you who would like to exvoting for Republicans on election day. shoot," and the merchant became said, back to the old system and put Wall 'iom a previous administration. The Mexbelongs to all. glory that been here I think three times when If policeman and grabbed ican situation developed before the Presand cited andpoliceman. the you do shoot, shoot street in charge, let us see your hands. Two years ago I visited South Amer- have myself been the candidate, and I You might meet in If "Mister (There was not a hand). ident took the oath of office. In February by unanimous vote commend the Pres- him in the pants; the coat belongs to here See how conservative I was In my opin- prior to the 4th of March, Huerta turned ica, and climbing up the Andes stopped have been appeal at other times when I came to ion. I said ten to one and it is everybody against the President under whom he for other candidates, ident's course, but if you go to the me." to nothing. Is it not glorious to think 3erved and by an act of high treason that for a day at Iraquipa. Tie rainfall is but during all these years I have made polls and vote for Republicans who Republicans Couldn't Shoot. execution in any that a Democratic President and a Demo- would have justified so small there and the sky so clear a different speech from that which you tie his hands and paralyze his efforts, The Republicans could not shoot the cratic Senate and a Democratic House civilized country of his world made a the you have not lived up to your rep- protection thief, for he was clothed from should take up the work that a Republic- prisoner of his President and then allowthat Harvard University has estab- will hear head to foot in the things they owned, an President, Senate and House might ed him to be assassinated while he was resentation. and if they went to consider the tariff have Hopes Then; Realization Now. lished an observatory from which to in the recdid not And his me now call your attention brief- reduction, one man said, "Don't reduce work done andthat even do and do . that ordscaptive. State you will find a telegram Let so Department of the the people that They say we in politics say the ly to the larger points of this greajt the tariff on woolen goods; I make wool- protested well photograph the stars. And they tell against the bill while it was be- which Huerta sent to President Taft, "I said, "Don't en goods." me that one night they turned their same things over and over. That is record that you may decide for your- cotton goods; Anotherinterested in thetouch ing passed are now indorsing it as the have overthrown the government." cotI am financial system that this country And then this man had the impudence partially new I great telescope on a distant star, and speech fortrue, hut have have a had a selves whether you desire to commend ton goods business." Another said. "Keep best saw? to ask President Wilson to recognize hint you. I my ever never and shoes; that or to condemn. I am away, from boots so when they iswent as President of Mexico. But President when they examined the plate they chance to deliver this speech for you. the President Dealing With Trusts. Wilson" said "No." He couldn't overlook not here to tell you how to vote. I business." And around they found some prominent Refound not one star, as they had Heretofore I have fed you on hopes; am here rather to tell you about your publican who represented every Industry And when they got the currency crop the methods employed and he could not by they took up the trust question ignore the fact that this man had by thought, but more than 4,000 stars, and now I will stuff you with realization. vote and how your vote will count on profited by every schedule. So instead laid we already have two measures pass- force of arms extended a hateful desreducing, they raised it all around that and The first provides for a trades com- potism over an unwilling people. He beof have told you what when they examined the heavens the Heretoforeif Iyou would just give uswe one side or the other. they might have more to contribute to ed. gan his policy watchful waiting, and a would do as far as an that The first thing to which the Presi- the next campaign. That Is why they mission body will, do it, protect adminis- announced that,of instead of using force, stars appeared as one. And when I heai chance; and now I have come to tell dent us from trative tariff. But when the the trust evil. can use moral pressure, and then was the tariff didn't reduce the got addressed himself Then there is the Clayton he would there it could shoot of that, I thought that it described just you that the half had ot heen told. question. It is an old question, so old Democratic party be signed shortly, for the Republicans began to laugh at watchhave that thiefonanywhere, for Ittodidn't of its law, signed or to Houses, and the Pres- ful waiting and jeer at moral pressure. it has passed both what we are prone to do in politics Why, that which has been accomplish- that none of us can remember when anything any that belonged Republican leaders ident has already signified his approval The recognize Huerta and demanded that ed has exceeded the promises of the this fight began. I began making members. the Jingo Reand it fitted my case exactly, and law prohibits interlocking he not the - Republican party That Clayton That Clayton law prohibits publican press wanted to know why he party, and even the expectations of stump speeches when I was twenty Why would give us an income tax?"- I remember when directorates. army to Mexico to restore been glad to tell these enthu- the most sanguine of us. have send in that years of age, and I have heen at it now we secured the passage of the income tax discrimination the price and men Clayton didn't there. an laboring what we order he stood firm, and finally, by pushsiastic friends that that, which for ago. we It is hard to describe what happen- thirty-fou- r years. This is my eigh- law twenty yearsRepublican had the oppo- a law gives to But have been trying for eighteen years to ing and pushing and pushing, he pushed party the many years they have been describing ed two years ago. We have to go away teenth campaign, Congressional government secure for them or sition of all the Democratic party. and out of Mexico anJ history to find anything like PrpidpnMil I began fighting for a re- - big part: of give you an income tax? Why by injunction andrenef from a distinction Huerta giving an oppressed across the Atback into it makes Beas Bryanism, was not anything for it, people chance didn't they that ought to have been drawn in the lantic, back thousands of years, and the auction of the tariff thirty-fou- r Republicyears cause the men who control the large in- beginning between a man's labor, which to secure economical reforms. And just which I was especially responsible, but nearest parallel I have found is in were the men with time war broli out in Europe, on. aA TCentnokv hwan inn- - hpfn an party put the bur- is a part of himself, and inanimate about thatthe people had a chance to see then was the sentiment, the heartfelt sen Holy Writ It is where the Red Sea T uegan. you have been a pioneer in comes, and they preferred to poorer mem- things we call merchandise. That is and difference between the methods of government upon the den line. the has been done so far timent of six and a half million ol opened and allowed the children ofthe war of tariff reform, and your ber: of the' Republican party that they what the first time we have in that Preshere and there: ind the mothers are sad as of Israel to pass through For did not reat men have stood in the foreront mlsiht enjov the piivileges and favors It is who dared to lay thehad aat the of this country, whose ax ident Democrats, of whom I was only one. without beaiing their share of the ex- root of the tree. Why did not President they sympathize with the sorrowing the Republican party divide in the cen- - 0f js great conflict penses of government. Kentucky's Stars. Taft lay the ax to the root ot the tree"' mothers of Europe, from whose homes ter, and did not the Democratic Presi-- j the breadwinners have t ;en drawn to the Why did not President Roosevelt lay the battle front these Currency Reform. Tariff Law the Best. j . through? mothers ax to the root of the tree? Because they if the President had allowedwhose sons, And many of the stars that have dent march a himself to So. when the taxation crop was laid by. And what record he has made. tree, they The President, by with President Wilson then took up the,;. cur- were leaningtoagainst the support.and Presi- be coerced by the Republican leaders, helped to make up the light have been Wonderful! lose their And he could not. have the Senate and House; has produced rency question and here was another didn't want first President we might now be perishing upon foreign soli Kentucky stars. As I look back to the made it without a Democratic Senate j the best tariff law the country has had question upon which the Republicans had dent Wilson was thefree ftom entangle- in an unnecessary v"-- these mothers have had who was ought to thank God fo- - i President who had every chance. Why convention of 189C, in which this great and a Democratic House. since the Civil War. I speak advised- - publican party reform the didn't the Re- ments, free to take the people's side. kept peace in the wesrrn world. currency? Did to for I "Was on the committee that pre- - it not know that it needed reforming? Where. I ask you, wo"!d this nation be McAdoo and the Banks. reform began, or, rather, not in which The President's Labors. if, You can go back eighteen years and you And then a few days ago Secretary ilc- - never has when an opportunity such as government! it began, for that convention itself was This is not a before the will find rvri Republicans had had every i' Adoo learned that some of the bank3 come again,come were notand may never . .. CIC1 11UU 111 to in uiej ieiunu the result of a struggle that lasted for One man in the White House can do years,l.uu.1. nc 11UIC1894. And this ilH. cnance. wiiy currency the only tuui II of weie not using the money that they had improve thatit opportunity? positionhow law- didn't dare to present And the law kind He could we be borrowed from the government. great things, and yet from the begin- is better than of law was. the peacemaker of the world something like a year but as I look that learned that some of them, instead of That was reform that they proposed. ning to the end our constitution bears the busy kill our brothlending it out as banks should to meet If we wererepublictrying1 lothe Rio Grande? best law that we could get under back to that convention, as I see my the impress of the idea of Ruled. When Wall Street ers in the acioss the needs of their communities, were pil- Here stands a nation the diplomatic clearthose conditions, but we have better self again standing before that mag The President can recommend. conditions now and we have a What a difference between the two sys- ing up reserves unnecessarily high, and ing house of all the world. Go Into the had the it was causing trouble, and and the the I recall two faces That is the beginning. And he can. sign law. This law gives us lower better temssvstem old 1907 and new. We old sys- arbund to see what he could he looked countries that are at war, and everynificent audience, do. Now under the in tariff old you will find all the business beend. The That a ask out West or In the tem if that I shall not forget, for they seem the bill.actions is the the AlphaPresi- rates than I thought it was possible to needed a bank it had to go down to South I have not hadout chance yet tobut I him where by the American Embassy and can ing done money this remedy, Wall how he found are and get, and dent's Legation, and it not only gave the people street to got it and in order to get it it guess. I guess he went to the Bible. the Americanbeen accomplishedwhile these to represent the enthusiasm of that Omega, but the rest of the alphabet is have the relief the consumers of the country had to go down on its knees and beg for That is one advantage the Democrats thingshas put his powerful Influence Presback body. in the Senate and the House. Unless over the Republicans. He went to ident on got it from the high tariff of the for- it and if itstreet itfixedgot it the the terms haveBible and he found a case that just of a peace plan that has spread more relief man who the and They were the faces of two stalwart the President has the Senate and the mer laws, but it set a nation free. As that Wall rapidly that any other peace plan ever got it had indelibly impressed on his fitted this one. He found the parable of a year men. One sat over here and one over House in sympathy with him, his I look back over the campaigns in memory that it was a special favor that the talents. He found that" one of the spread. Itit has been or'y and yet and a was proposed, it has recommendations are in vain. Unless which I have participated I do must be paid back on demand, and then men who had received one talent, instead half since not re they attached a string to it so mat tney of using it, wrapped it in a napkin and been indorsed in principle by almost evthere in that convention, and when he has the Senate and the House to Thirty-fwfhen they earth, and he that, ery important nation in the worldwe have that convention rose to applaud, these send him bills to sign, he waits pen call another campaign until this one ;' COuld draw it backtne weirare! orwanted It hid it in the the Bible, when foundmaster our nations, altogether, and - according to the tne combring out the threat without regard to when they up this man twenty-nin- e used treaties signed. little treatfaces seemed to stand out more in hand in vain. But, fortunately, trie pi panic tndid not was the "They to talk o: these terrorize thp nation, TIip ' YouJhadThat only t0 g0old plan. York it of the house came he called talent and he to New refused to use his our party who had not strongly than the rest. The man over same tidal wave that carried talk of little treaties na beneficiaries of protection who had you wanted to borrow your money, but if took, it from him and gave it to those ies, but they of them signed on Septemgave us a substanmore, for five who would use it. was Gov. Hogg, of Texas, one oi to the White House na- - you wanted to get your own money some-Honanas in tne pocicets here included tial majority in both the Senate and Uieir I guess that McAdoo said that is the ber 15, China andGreat Britain. France, times they couldn't spare it, In 1007 they Spain, makinsr ' the greatest men that that state has the House, and this President of ours i (tint r who had been OTYilnnftj thfi thing to do; and he just issued a notice ments that exerwse Russia, five governlinl mnnair V""t thrt S.m,rh, fim , authority over more . !, "w I,,. nad """":. men. .i.c. t !" invested in tneir waiereu siock; wnen that if any bank got money from the gov""'-- " rVio "c produced. And the man over here was be nn work-- at nnop 4rcordinjr to thpi ""l;' than one billion human beings ernment and, instead of using it to help not only have these fmtles that and we link us """ vA, the business of the community, wrapped T-from liV ;; Ollie James, of Kentucky. That was constitutiont he hadot,H 1M.-March to pfcuyiu" liau ui ":".. " -: something like thi quarters ,. c v ui uaiiiiiaifiu- T.1" u - '- - , hvV -. -- 'rownmonev UbKU ;. , " ;,, nriM.n,! it up in a napkin and hid it in the vault, to people on God's foi tool, but in of all Decembe .. lU i.cco aim awv".- uuuuu part Of the imoney . they had collected I the his entrance into politics, and he has But he did not need rest, and he didJ ?07bread and they gave you a stone You it must give it back, that it might be tion to this we have the principleaddiinby unjust laws to deceive those who asked for your money and they gave you given to some banks that would use it. dorsed by Germany an" Austria and we remained, he has grown until he has not care to look around. And so he having clearing-hous- e certificates. And when That is what comes of people. a Presi- believe that before we celebrate again the be the become one of the great figures in our just called Congress together and kept couldcould deceived, to purchase those- you said you had to have money to pay dent on my side of the be purchased, and to intunthat Now, that the birthday of the Prince of Peace we shall they said, r depositors, depositors "Why don't sentiment of friends, 1 believeoverwhelm- be united by those treaties to every imCongress together. In all the nation's country is National Senate. this like we treat history' no Congress has even been "in idate those, who could be intimidated you treat your to portant nation in the world and these you?" And then in a night the wires ingly back of this law and I am Igoing not treaties provide that whenever any disI never think of that audience that ' 'Calamity Threats Failed. do put rav judgment to the test. so long, and no Congress has pute arises, no matter what kind of a session, spread the conspiracy that was formed rtrtrtnr, trt npflnn nnfl tll Tiprt mrn-n- know just what kind of an audience we dispute if- it defies diplomatic setI addressed on that day without see heen more busy while in session, for They had told the farmer that he fnv the citizens of the country were not have. It looks good to me. But I can- tlement, it is, ing it must be submitted for invesing his face his boyish face again the President kept the hopper full, i would lose his home markets if he re- -' allowed to draw their own money out of not tell how many Republicans are here. tigation to a permanent international trithe they had deposited It. That It Is so hard nowadays, when error Re- bunal and a year's Just as soon as , one piece of legisla- ducea the tarilt. tnej had told i banks where must And as" I have come into Kentucky, finding out the thelwaa wnat nappened you 1907. I ask you publicans are tell Republicans and Dem-of for Investigation and time passions beto given in ground- out he had anofher subfor tion was ways, to financiers, I ask their apart. They even try to laugh side and for reason to resume It3 sway have met your people from time tc proposition ready to be considered; laboring men If they dared to vote for f business men, I ask and the contracting parties agree that tariff reduction their bread and but- - you Republicans, if that old system broke ocrats Democrats, so I don't know what they will not dec! time and learned to know them, and and working together, they have given tpr wrmld hp takpn frnm where war or begin hosmem, and down in times of profound peace, a war like of an adience this is. kind that system be now with tilities until the cessation of that time. one of those I have learned to know us a record without parallel in the his- iiiej' uau nmucu uuaiueas men tnat over half the world. Merchant Marine. Americans Are Proud of Wilson. well is one who, after the fourth oJ tory of our nation, for no other Presi the wheels of industry and of coma few Change In Financial Center. I have now given you your of the dent has ever accomplished so much merce would stop if they dared to lay These, my friends, are a part of the attention will stand by the side of Sen as has Mr. Wilson. larger things. I might call starch, give you Why a hostile hand on these sacred tariff reform? didn't they the only a currency to the fact that the Republican party for record of Woodrow Wilson and of tha kind they Because Senate and the House that have tor James in the United States Sen merElect Beckham and Camden. schedules, and in some of the cam- thought of was a deforming of the cur- a generation has been talking of a party back of him. Wot id you rebuke a stood man chant marine, but the Democratic and, I am down here in this state ate, paigns, they had posted up notices in rency and not "a reforming of it. The started a merchant marine without talk- j vvuu ucu jiiaue ui u a reuuru as tnaii to emphasize the fact, I was fasten more ing about it. And I may remind you that No. you would not rebuke him. not ii doubt the result and desire first to bear in mind, as I thn r'lops that the' laborers need not only planonthey had chainsto of mot because I you the I desire you securely the money the Republican leaders who have spent a I you could take him off in some quiet of this election, but for the double proceed, the fact, that the President cc-- .f back on Wednesday unless the trust which they represent. WThat are generation trying to belittle the patriot- piace ana w mspi r nis condemnation in of this bill that ism and intelligence of the Democratic his ears, but oo can not find a quiet Important features purpose of increasing, if I can, the could not have .given you one single Repub'lcan party was successful. This the have passed? I will just take time place. There we no obscure place tc Ir they have done, and they had to give yon one, and it is the most im- party, that the Republican leaders who i which you can istaka your President and tvyo. candidates for act of remedial legislation had lie not t" majority for your have been telling the nation that the visit your condemnation on him if you had a Democratic Senate and House, reived and misled many ionest, portant. The most important thing about Democratic party did not have persons, and I suppose this bill i3 that it transfers the financial the Senate, Mr. Camden for, the short and the further fact if after March 4 enough to conduct this government, would. He .stand- before the world. H center of the country from New York to party has stands wbere all th world looks on, tad term arid Mr. 'Beckham for the long Repu'blicans.iiave either the Sen cme of the more timid ones were Washington. It is only a short distance, find that afterdothe Democratic "hiis the things that the Re- if you humiliate of all you must humfllaU proceeded to term, and the return of all the mem the or theiHouse, he can not after that afraid to wake up the morning it 11 LUC UVCl iUV eyes But, my uillCiCULC A3 publican party ought to have done and him in .i Congress in whose districts 1 ate gives you any other remedial leg- af'r 'hat law went into effect, for fear! so short that a lobbyist "Ucan take the undo many of the things that the Repub- friends, the will not domankind. ar proud you It. You bers of date ;. , ...... In New York at midnight and be in lican party has done that those leaders of this President. You glory In a chiei .t n..t.' train , , 1U.11U have appeared to speak. KH islation. "If you want these ideas car- U - v0 "UU1U I.UIW UllC i.wi OUl VViVSUlUBluu 1n.ne Cl. nation's judgment executive who his lilted tha American I have been in several districts to' ried out, the only way to carry them who, they awoke tjiey found the sun Senators and w"b members of the House uuiif dare not challenge the of the'Democratic flag until it is seen the world around. be on one single measure day, and I am glad that I close the" out is to elect Democrats there to sup- - rosf as usual, they found the jsoil "had fore Congress convenes the next dav. party and now in thi3 campaign 'are try- What will you do? Will you haul down . day In. the district of .Mr - Sherley , a way loot none of its fertility, theyTfound And yet it .took over forty years to drag ing to dodge the Issue and instead of i that flg? No. I believe when election this atate the - . nri- thp, idRaa only nn. that the energies of the nation had hofj the center oi nnunce suu nines. . talking about permanent thlnga. that have comes not; oaiywiu- au the Democrats man WhO nas grauuaiiy lurgeu to uk anrt oln theii been accomplished try to befog you with March ,sidebsi''siai and express believe as one oi Audience Votes for New System. he stands ballots, but I front until tinue these , reforms is to elect Beck- - been impaired, and then they. sawj that the details of the temporary measure call- approved bysftheir Republicans- will say they had been fooled;' iandtJbithej I used to think in my younger days that ed the war tax that is not yet farmed. a , multitude of the leaders of the Democratic Hous( ham andj camaeir ?v tne aenate to i rowret uifferences i I could tell a Democrat from a Republic That Is the situation. They are not ready "Now is the time toby .i Standing DaCK oi tne this state' you elect these two yioLcuucu Wilson ohWA If hi by looking at him, but I have been to meet the issue on these things that of parties and stand What a change has come since wt men, one to the long and one to the mighty and the Republican partywaa ail vwkcm-"f0Qied so often .that I have not the con the Democratic party has done, but they imum jm h.uk,u. fight.. As has been sug '$egan this y If President Wilson had done noth ing more, he has emancipated the na- s tion'trom thraldom to tne Denen-ciarie- THE STANDARD BEARER IN THE STATE Wet jSSBMKSSBSBB t- w com-oelll- ng ' he-ha- mass-meetin- g to-nig- 1 era-ploy- ed j one-ma- n fB?l"!$ "" to-d- ay - -- , or-t- ne n. ! . -- - Aatn-nmi-nar- l u-- rf ':, """. - " -- -- -- &" --- "" r-- - " - . , I to-da- y, 'lat d intelli-srence twll-n.inde- - al-kip- -"' ,i,i , ,. !. ...,. - - to-da- y -- -- -. -- . j-- -- ..': i,,. f'111"5'"!',;""'"', - , j .j-- w