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Miss Fiora McBeath and Mr. Lind-se- y Sunday afternoon, Nov. 1st, at 4 Bankin were quietly married at o'clock at her home, 105 Henry Street, the Methodist parsonage in Lancas- Mrs. W. P. Polly, better known as ter, on Wednesday afternoon, October "Aunt Polly," passed to her reward the 25th, He v. G. W. Hoffman, of who had passed her seventy-thir- d Humble officiating. They kept the birthday. secret so well that very few knew of About a year ago Mrs. Polly suffertheir marriage until several days af- ed a paralytic stroke, since which terwards. Although it was no sur- time she has been almost helpless, bub prise to their many friends because her foster-childreMr. and Mrs. H. they have been intimate friends for G. Smith, with whom she had lived nearly three years. The bride is the for several years, gave her all the atattractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tention and loving kindnesses which Hannibal McBeath, this city, she be- a mother's own children could have ing an accomplished musician and is given Her every wish and will was very popular among her friends here. granted, and these good people feel The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. the blessed assurance of meeting with John W. Rankin, of Stanford, he be- her when they shall pass over the ing a prosperous young farmer of that river and rest under the shade of the vicinity and is a young man of excel tree. lent character. The young couple "Aunt" Polly was born in Adair will reside near Stanford. Danville county, Kentucky, and came to Texas Messenger. with her husband, W. P. Polly, 43 years ago They first came to McKin-neWe wil! pay 26 cents for Eggs. then but a village, and built a X. Hill u. UNrfrfnnn lt home on the plot of laud where she uiii ua5tiitl. n, Official Vote of Adair County-N- ov. 2. oj Election 1914. sj O -- Graded and High School. Qtc . ; e c a c q p 3 5 ? B ?? o w 33 5r y; , d 3 p SEVIORS. 3 CO a 2. CL aH O sr s O V g ? ,j o " r M a o Rex Holladay Mary Breeding p r: ci P S. O a a - .w P 2 "3 ?S1 Edgar Diddle Mildred Walker Cary Rcsenfield m P I a 3 Young Todd Clay Smith. JUJS'IOP.3. 3 a West Columbia East Columbia Milltown 120 123 SS 64 9 4 7 1 115 116 1 1 "9 9 79 102 89 119 102 59 72 52 38 93 99 Keltner Gcadyville 2 1 Elroy Harmony 40 92 103 124 67 140 30 Gl Glenvilie White Oak y, Little Cake Pellyton Roley Cane Valley Eo-ypf- 2 6 4 8 73 101 85 144 101 85 59 47 38 i 2 10 1 142 153 87 11 93 99 37 90 99 122 66 135 2 1 84 115 9D 73 44 45 36 S9 87 33 83 83 1L7 11 7 59 6(5 4 2 11 3 10 41 10 153 122 64 78 109 2-- 10i 110 57 94 1348 The Meeting. died. Her husband died October 10 1903, and was buried in Pecan Grove cemetery. McKinney Texas, Gazette. 33 9 96 NO. 6769. Therevival meeting at the Meth odist church will probably continue through this week. Rev. Chandler is preaching able sermons, and a great OF THE CONDITION OF deal of interest has been manifested. "The song service which is conducted by Eev. Lear, is very inspiring, and at THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK the eveningservices the church Is filled to its capacity. A very delightful AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE service was held last Saturday after- OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE noon for the benefit of the young peoOF BUSINESS Oct. 31, 1914. ple and children. South Columbia Total 82 1229 104 108 56 91 1309 82 6i 76 11S9 134 60 123 1544 59 131 76 5S 59 1073 114 123 77 9 78 102 90 143 104 59 70 105 110 57 83 1329 87 60 49 38 93 98 37 83 93 122 63 135 79 61 10 2 11 1 2 1 Paul Hamilton Kannie Faulkner Ruth Hamilton Mary Riggins Minnie Ingram. Banks Hancock Henry Hancock Grace Huffaker Sara Coffey Anna Eubank 9- - - 2 7 3 3 10 43 13 108 Letitia PauII Paul Blair Mary D. Patteson Cary Feese Bonnie Judd Allene Montgomery Alvin Lewis S breve Davis 75 1185 J09 - PiH3POR.T Margaret Lovett Catherine yell. A Word to Boys. EIGHTH GRADE. RESOURCES. See Neat & Murray before you buy I.oaus and discounts your goods. Calicoes 5 cents per yard Overdrafts, secured and 117 '00 S4 Heavy Domestic G cts., per yard. Good Roasted Coffee 12jc per pound. Good, C 2-2- unsecur1 101 61 25 000 00 Neat A & Murray. ed U. S. Bonds to secure circulation U. S. BondS to secure U. S. De- Surprise Birthday Dinner. posits '. Other Bonds to Secure Postal Savings $2,000 Bonds, securities, etc. other than stocks) H 000 00 500 00 S, Last Wednesday evening was Mrs Hanking bouee, furniture, and fixtures Aus. Miller's birthday. Her children, Duo from National Banks (not and friends gave her a surprise dinner. reserved agents) Just before the noon hour they began Due from State and Private to arrive with well-tilled 2 000 00 1 3J5 03 two children, Mr. Curtis Miller, wife and four children, Will Miller, Mrs. Shearer, Mrs. Mary Logan, Mrs. Bant. Conover, Mr. Miller, wife and Shearer, and Bessie. It was a day long to be remembered every notes i one in a happy mood, wishing Mrs. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of cirMiller many more happy birthdays culation) She received many handsome presDue from U. S. chil-dren,To- m table was set out in tire yard and filled with all the good things to eat. Those present were: Talbert Miller, wife and son, Taibert, Jr., Mrs. Workman and baskets. The Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies and Savingrs Banks Due from approved reserve agents in Central Reserve Cities, $1,222.05; in other Reserve Cities $15,331.74 Checks and other cash items.... Notes of ether National Banks Fractional paper currency.uick- els, and emits Lawful money reserved in bank. viz: Specie 8 Legal-tender 10. 774 29 100 12 460 00 13-- Young man, there is one thing you cannot do. You cannot make a success in life unless you work. Better men than you have tried and failed. You cannot loaf around the streets, smoke cigarettes, tell foulstories,drink whiskey, and sponge on some one else without making a failure in life You must learn a trade or get into some honest business. If you don't you will be a chronic loafer, despised by all, prodHcing nothing, simply making yourself a burden on your partnte or the State. There is no place in the world for loafers. The ripe fruit is top of the tree. You must all at the climb to get it. If you wait for it to fall at your feet you will never get it. Smarter men will jump up and get it all. Move. Do something, no matter how small. It will be a starter. LTelp yourself and others will help you. There is no royal road to success. Toil, grit and endurance: these are the requisites. Wake up and you can do. see-wha- t house-furnishin- Vera Taylor Alonzo Summers. JIg3?- SEVENTH - GRADE. -' .- & Stella Autle Ruth Wilson Mary Hughes Frances Reed Corrinne Breeding Lawrence Antle Cecil Dunbar Kinuaird Rowe George nerriford. SIXTH 'V GRADE: Lewis Coffey Stewart Hutfaker ' Caud Youug Estelle Denny Bessie Helm Lillian Logan Xellie Simms Kati 2 Taylor Eva Walker. FIFTH GKADEV, Frank Callison Robert Xeat Mell Siuclair si Bed Boom Suit, Parlor Suit, Cook Stove, and other i5 Anna Dean Lucile Herriford 5S1) 25 300 10 OS!1 for sale. t. 2-l- Miss Sallie Field. 1250 00 Lula Parson Virginia Smith Mary Summers Bertha Yates. ents Treasurer z Total 204 00191 25 000 00 23 000 00 Co2 14 Coffee Down Again. Pilgrim fresh roasted 12c. Monarch fresh roasted I8c None better. Russell & Co. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplusfund Undivided profits, les expenses and taxes paid NatioualBank notes outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks aud Bankers 23 000 00 Mr. Fred McLean will please accept our thanks for several large apples. "The Arkansas Red,' which grew, in Ozark Mountains, that State. The ones we received were selected from a lot sent him by his sister, Mrs. E. L. Hamilton, who lives at Magazine, Ark FOURTH GRADE. i . . Foster Pickefet Maishal Paull. I ROLLIN HOR THIRD GRADE. Frances Russell. SECOXD GRADE, Rev. Edwin Hagin, of Korea, who has been a Missionary u that country for the past seven years, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday forenoon, delivering a very entertaining sermon. At 5:45 he began a lecture, illustrated by stereop ticon views, showing many interesting places, and also pictures of the natives. He told of the habits and customs of the people, and the progress that has been made toward Christianizing the nation. The lecture abounded in information and was well worth hearing. Humeri, Take Notice. The Game and Fish Commission is sending a Special Warden into fliis county with, instructions to enforce the game laws. The Commission liopes this Warden will not have to make arrests, but he and his local deputies will actively cover the county from this date to the end of the season, and violators will be punished. The election being over, every body should settle down to business. Politics will not engage the minds of the people before the first of next year when candidates for State offices, from Governor down, aspirants for Circuit Judge, State Senator and Representatives will be announced, and also for the office of circuit court clerk. -- His majority in the race for Judge of the Court of Appeals will be Mr. W. II. Sims finished burning a 07 51 close to six thousand. Dividends unpaid brick kiln, one hundred thousand, for individual deposits subject to Mr. W. A. Garnett, last Wednesday. check 123 ill 2C A Warning. It is a fine lot of brick. Mr. Garnett Farmers Institute. Postal Savings Deposits 61 00 will commence his residence early in Total 204 001 HI the Spring. Mr. J. A. Willis and Mr. Evidently, from recent developState ok Kkntccky, ) W. C Murrell will do the wood-worThe Farmers' Institute which was ments, there has been meat sold in County of Adair J They will be assisted other by work- held in Columbia last Friday and Sat this town not tit for the human famiI. E. H. HushC".. Cashier, of the above men. urday, was the most interesting and ly, named bank, do solemnly swear that the above aud likely to bring sickness to the largest attended one ever held in ones who statement is true to the best of my knowledge have consumed it. It is a Judge J. J. Simpson and Mr. Elzy Adair county. Farmers and farmers' and belief. e. II. Hughes, Cashier. Damron, pride themselves upon being wives and daughters were here from crime to sell the meat of an animal Subscrioed and sworn to before me this 3th which died from disease or from one day of Nov, 1914. good gardeners, and last week they all sections of the county, and a great My Commission expires Feb., 9th, 19IG. disputed as to which had grown the deal of valuable information was im- not in a healthy condition It is said Jo S. Knifley, Notary Public. largest turnips. To settle the dispute parted to them by the instructoFs. that a hog was peddled in Columbia Correct Attest: they concluded to weigh. So they When to plant, how to cultivate were last week that was known to have Jas. 1'. Montgomery, Director. Henry N. Miller, Director. selected one each and put them upon the principal topics, tfie speakers been badly diseased. The actions of Braxton Massie. Director. the scales and they weighed in the showing that they were perfectly fa- the parties who sold it will evidently be investigated when the nex grand same notch, four pounds each. miliar with every phase of agriculture jury meets. Eye Comfort The information received will prove Vester Murrell and Tom Corbin got of great) value to the farming element Eggs Advanced. a difliculty at Cane Valley the of Adair county. The visiting speakMeans good glasses, accurately fitted. into latter part of last week. It is report- ers were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ogg and Cill on Dr. AJper, the optician, at ed here that Murrell was struck in the Mr. D. D Clayton. Mr. J. A. EngPage & Taylor's Diug Store. We will pay 26 cents per dozen for head several times with a rock aud lish is President of the- local organi- that Corbin was stabbed. The trial zation, and Mrs. R. H. Price, Secre clean, fresh eggs. Married. is set for Wednesday. tary Russell & Co. k. Frances Browning Lucile Winfrey Cecil May Kearns. FIP.T GRADE i Milton Grissom Xathaniel Tutt Gladys Ingram Ira Hutchison Harlan Judd Liuian Willis. Charley Bartlett will appear at the Parlor Circle Thursday and Friday evenings. He is a contortionist and said to be a tine performer. Notice. erms 2-t- f. - to-da- y, 4 See our line of Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, &c. Prices right. Quality good. Neat & Murray. 2-- 2t N The Ladies' Aid Society of the Mr. Eoberb Bell, of this place, and Presbyterian Church will meet Thurs Miss Maud Stone, who lived at were married on the Lindsey-Wiiso- n day afternoon, at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. hill last Thursday afternoon W. B. Patteson. by Rev. J. S Chandler. For the present building at Coburg, the couple will make their home with The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. this county, was destroyed by fire last the John Bell, who live in the JTufct Ad- Saturday night. Forty-fou- r dollars in stamps and all the records were saved. dition. Origin of the fire is not known. Gad-berry, Baptist Church to Be Dedicated The new, handsome Baptist Church building at this place will be dedicated the Fifth Sunday in this month, the 29th. The dedicatory sermon will be preached by Dr. W. D. Powell, of Louisville. The pastor and the building committee extend a cordial invitation to arl cfeurches in this sectien." sporting fraternity report a great many quails and the boys are waiting anxiously, with dog and gun, to get The hunting season will open next Monday, Sunday being the 15th. The m tfce field. For the last ten days the weattier Born, to tli wife of J. W. Young, has been ideaj,, heuce the farming el sareac lias been quite bus-y- . November 4, 1914, a dau&hteT. The series of meetings at the Methodist Church are growing in interest and will continue throughout this week. Rev. Chandler is delivering convincing sermons and quite a number of professions have been made and many others are deeply concerned. There are sermons in the songs, led by Rev. Robert Lear, and his solos are rendered most beautifully. Rev. Lear also makes heart to heart talks at the Mr. J, W. Young has presented afternoon meetings. this office with six Irish potatoes, grown by himself, that weighed six Thanksgiving services will be held and a half pounds. at the Presbyterian Church Thursday, the 26th, inst. Eld. Z. T. Will The stock law" proposition, in the iams will preach the sermon. Roley voting preciuct, lost. There-werAttention is called to the advertise SS'Votes foe and 175 against. menta of G. W. Lowe and W. I.-- ' in aiiss i rona a aurtcner naa tne misH gram her right arm sprained fortune te-g. K youineeda,ny wood sawing done 50-llast Friday. " call on Garrison Bros. 1:30 post-offic- e 1 The open season for Hunting be Xovemher l.fh nnrl pvprv himtar Should procure his license before go- iog into the field. It is against the law to hunt without license, and all persons intendingto hunt should take out a license. Get your hunting license before you go into the field, and avoid the possibility of arrest The Game & Fish Commission is Married at Creelsfaoro. sending a paid Special Warden into this county with instructions to en- Last Thursday afternoon Mr. Jo force the law. Get your hunting License now and Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan be ready for an early start. There Miller, Crocus, was married in Creels-bor- o to Miss Effie Armstrong, daugh- will be a rush at the last minute, ter cf Mr. and Mrs "Walter Armstrong. Quite a number of friends witnessed Clay Smith, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Smith, was considerably hurt the ceremory and extended their best last Friday afternoon. He was- rewishes to ttie very deserving young couple. For the present they will re- turning from the Graded School building in company with some school girls, side at Crocus. when a team that was behind them, became scased and ran toward them.. Notice. Clay, in his effort to save the girls, was In order to accommodate the trade, we no run over and badly bruised, but bones were broken. He will be all to ask customers to call during wish right in a few days. the week for Hair cuttng at 15c. Saturday Prices will be 25c to AH. Read the statement of the First We are forced to do this in order to National Bank in paper. accommodate the trade. 2-2- - t. - -- to-day- 's SulMvan Brosn m - AsaLoy. ' published this week. The official vote of Adair county is V, A. - t . sr - 2 England Full of Spies. Tarter. THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Hogwallow News. on the other side of the Calf Ribs neighborhood. He took the trip In a pistol fight between two 'For years past it has been We are having some cool weath Iknown that the British Isles er at present. Some frost, but men at Rye Straw Saturday evenwere overrun with German spies. nothing damaged in this part. ing, Atlas Peck got one of his From time to time they have Several from this part attend- glasses in the spectacles cracked by a glancing bullet. Next time jbeen captured with photographs, ed court at Jamestown last week. drawings and plans of strategic positions in Britain, so-call- Mr. Tom Harrison was in this he will leave them at home. Raz Barlow was seen buying a part last week making pictures. stamp at the post office Thurswhich might prove useful to an R. C. Neal was in this part day morning. It is believed that invading: force. And when war last week looking after stock. he is preparing to send a letter broke out the English nation comJ. J. Wei ton has about through the mails. wanted to know what the government was doing to round up pleted a log yard on his farm. The Hog Ford church is thinkD. B. White lost an aged mare ing about doing away with unexpectedly. Thursday morning he took his hound dawg out for a short hunting expedition, leading him with a rope. Before they had progressed far the dawg jumped a rabbit, and while Fit did not like joining in the chase, he was forced to do so, one end of the rope having been tied about his waist. Try This for your Cough. Thousands of people keep coughing because unable to get the right remedy.- Coughs are caused by Inflama tion of the Throat and Bronchial Tubes. What you need is to soothe this Iuflamation. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, it penetrates the delicate mucous lining, raises the Phlegm and quickly relieves the congested membranes. Get a 50c bottle from your druggist. "Dr. King's New Discovery quickly and completely stopped my cough" writes J. R. Watts, Floydale, Texas. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Ad. Paull Drug Co. Specia AIIJ Notice Are Behind Persons Who One Year on our Subscript tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the thousands of spies who were jknown to still be in, and a danger to the country. the The government was blamed for its apparent laxity in the matter, the people never stopping to think that whatever the government might be doing it would be impossible to give away its arrangements or make public whatever measures it had been church bell, as everybody knows Misses Hattie Williams, Lora when Sunday comes any way. ? Beard and Linnie Winfrey visitWashington Hocks, after sevSat- ed relatives in this part last eral years study with roots and Sunday. urdayand herbs, has perfected a remedy W.'H. Wheat has just com for the removal of dandruff. pleted a handsome veranda and The remedy is in the form of repainted his residence, which on ointment or salve, is rubbed adds greatly to its appearance. on the hair and at once begins to thin out thp hair until the. patient becomes bald headed. After that the danduff is left exposed to the sun and air and disappears. It will also remove corns and whiskers. last week. the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year There will be an entertainment taking. at White's schoolhouse next Fri The statement just issued by day night. A large program is the gover nment that for being prepared and a large crowd the last six years it has been is expected. at work spying on the spy and Declare War on Colds. that nearly 9,000 suspects are now in the concentration camps, A crusade of education which aims "that common colds 'may; become unznany awaiting trial for espion- common within the next generation" age, has been received with has been begun by prominent New great pleasure and surprise by York physicians. Here-i- a list of the "don'ts which thejtdoctorssay will the English people. prevent the annual visitation of the s Changing Things. but the post master says Con And the woman replied: ' I gress would let his feet freeze love all men. I also need a great off before they would have it cold: deal of love." fixed. Don't sit in a draughty car." Really does Relieve Rheumatism. it Said .the man "If you talk "Don't sleep iunhot rooms." The Excelsior Fiddling Band Everybody who is afflicted with like that I will hit you over the "Don't avoid the fresh air." got Luke Mathewsla hemmed up fheumatism in any form should by all "Don'tstuff yourself at meal time. head with a club." jneanc keep a bottle of Sloan's Lin Overeating reduces your resistance." in a fence corner Tuesday night And the woman said forgive iment on hand. The minute you feel To which we would add when you and serenaded him. paia or soreness in a joint or muscle, me, lord and master." take a cold get rid of it as quickly as fethe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do possible. To accomplish that you will Crickett Hicks brought a box Ten thousand years passed and not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost find Chamberlain's "Cough Remedy of sardines back from Tickville again the man XBarcediately right to the seat of pain, said: "I love all most excellent. Sold by Paull Drug this morning. He says if there women. I need a great deal of relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel Co. Ad. iug and making the part easy and are any of them left he is going love." comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's to put them in Gander creek. ti 23rd Sam. And the woman replied: "I Liniment for 23 cents of any druggist Sidney Hocks wore his ne.v love all men. I also need a great and have it in the house against colds, sore and swollen joints, rheuIn Three Volumes My wife is my boss, I shall not shoes over to see Mis3 Flutie deal o love." matism, neuralgia, sciatica and- like The personal reminiscences of Baron de Meneval, for Said the man: "If you talk like ailments. Tour money back if not deny. She makes me to lie down Belcher Sunday night. She did j thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, but it does give almost instant behind the bed when swell com- not know he was coming until that I will divorce you and you i brinis out, as no history can, many enlightening and irelief. Taull Drug Co. Ad. t interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of will find it hard to earn your own pany comes. She leadeth me be- she heard his shoes screaking. leaders. De M&ieval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual eye- The Hog Ford preacher said living." hind her when she goes shopwitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. .Cause for Murder. some hard things about sinners And the woman said: "You Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by ping and maketh me pay all the the fact that the very conservative French Academy bills and carry the bundles. She Sunday, and his congregation are a brute." y publicly recommends them. &. curious case came to Judge Another hundred years passed restoreth my pocketbook after enjoyed it very much and agreed i A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS v Serr, of Newark, N. J., when By special arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The and again the man said: "I love she has emptied it by buying with him on every point and N.itiunal Weekly, we are able to give these valuable and interesting he hetd to condemn a dog to Aiemoirs free with a year's subscription to Collier's and this publihobble skirts and theatre tick- wished some of the sinners could all women. I need a great deal cation, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of death for the murder of a parrot. ' the two papers. Only a limited quantity of these Memoirs is of love." ets. She growleth if she has to have been there to hear him. available, however, so to get the benefit of this special offer you It was shown by the evidence get. up for the camphor if I There will be a shortage of And the woman replied: "I must act quickly. that the dog, irritated by the WHAT YOU GET IN COLLIER'S fainteth from suffering, but will sorghum molasses around Hog- love all men. I also need a great Collier's is the one big, fearless, independent Weekly of the whole of the parrot, which lived sit up all night with a neighbor wallow this year, but Dock deal of love. And, as you know, country. Its editorials are quoted by every paper in the Union. It stands always for the best interests of the greatest number of next door, had leaped the fence with the toothache, and tell all Hoeks says we still have Miss I can earn my own living." the people. Among its contributors are such writers as Goorge Wallingford," Randolph Chester, author of " and killed the bird, by biting it Said the man: "If you talk Meredith Nicholson, AmeIie Rives, H. G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, the neighbors next day. Fluzie Allsop left. Mary Roberts Rinehart, Henry Beach Needham, etc. It numbers in the neck. The owner of the like that I shall have to behave among its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, "Yea, though I walk half the Columbus Allsop, who got his parrot, a boy of 13, laid informa Jd.ncs B. Connolly, and Henry Reuterdahl. myself." baby, she ears frost bit last fall while out It is a magazine for the whole family Editorials, Comments on tion against the dog, and ap- night with a crying Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and Serial And the woman said: "At layeth and snores like a circular stealing corn,, has learned that it btones by the greatest writers ot the day. peared in court to press for the last "Exchange. OrTliof'o - - z.ou ( Special combination price incadms tne saw going through a knot. Be- pays to do right, and if he goes death penalty. ,mI ume Memoirs of Napoleon. v.. $ .00 Adair County a ews ---postpaid a prepareth a cold lunch out at night any this fall he will When the judge passed sen- hold she - sond subscriptions A Night of Terror! 10 this office. If you are already a ir for wear his ear muffs. C for me and maketh a bee-lin- e 'iir, vour "hrr r:on will be extended for a year from its tence Mrs. Kravarick made an tr or evp.ratu a. Few nights are more terrible than a concert, hall or society funcFletcher Henstep spent Tues- that of a mother looking on her child (."emmbia, impassioned appeal for mercy Adair Countv News, Kentucky. tion, burely, her grocery and day over at Musket Ridge moon- choking and gasping for breath durfor her dog. "That crazy parmillinery bills will set me crazy shine still trying to miss his ing an attack of croup, and nothing J rot has been yelling "dirty pup" days of my life and I'll chill. in the house to relieve it. Many mothat my dog for six months," she all the compelled to live in a house ers have passed nights of terror in urged to submit to an operation declared, with tears streaming be of their (VA.n tn rfet. K The patrons have complained thissitaution. A little forethought her money buildeth forever and down her face, but the judge so about the constant change of will enable you to avoid all this. Cham to restoreher to the health which To meet this emergency an ex- ' by her grief, at last hear that sweet sound though affected books that the teacher at the berlain's Cough Remedy is a certain is necessary for proper care of cellent charity is aeing financed that I never would have been Wild Onion school has deemed cure for croug and has never been could hold out no hope of a re family has been distracted at her it worth killing if it had not been b, some wealthy women in Goth-vito fail. Keep it at hand. For prieve. wise to cut down expenses by known the thought of being obliged to for her. Ad. closing the school until the schol- sale by Paull Drug Co. who have established a nurs- go to a hospital and leaving her Cause of InSomnia. I ars forget all that they have aH Toni,gtvr. Care of Children. children without proper care dur- - 3 where youngsters ranging reafy learned so he can take The most common cause of insomTonight if you feel dull and stupid ing her absence. Especially is from a few mon hs to five or six is disorders of the Stomach and them through the same books nia or bilious and constipated, take a dose There is a society in New York this true among the very poor, years can have trained care while constipation. Ghamberlain's Tablets again. of Chamberlain's Tabletts and you that cares for the children of where most of the relatives,, 'male .corrects these disorders and enable will feel all right toworrow. For sale their mothers withea'sy minds are Fit Smith got back yesterday sick mothers. by Paull Drug . or female, haveto go out to work ou to sleep. For sale Ad. by PauX Drug Co. Wng to regain their strength. morning from a long trip over I AdMany a mother who has been or perhaps have large families Co. Once upon a time a man mar ried a woman. Winter is coming on us and Time passed and one day the there are several cracks in the man said: "I love all women. I postoffice that eught to be fixed, need a great deal of love." FREE af FREE Memoirs of Napoleon - sat-isSe- d, J- - ! re-Tpaar- ks j 'Get-Rich-Qui- 1 thrw-voi- 3 . m. e-- : I - .. -f' y Mifca: ".-- ! l'-V-- - THE ADAIR COUim NEWS -- ST "Swat the Spy. In the Early Days. A. WAR! Vfrl4 -- vas compelled by circunistjuices to pass the In times of peace the slogan of The first arithmetic ever print- night in a village Hotel in that part of civilization was "Swat the fly." ed was recently exhibited in Illinois popularly called "Egypt." At hreakfast he ordered soft boiled eggs. New York city. It is one of the The waitress deposited two in the shell With the gathering of the war hefore him. Looking up. the drumclouds and the breaking of the rarest books known even the mer said. "Please break the eggs In a - Pretty FecDft dapper little drummer- A Preliminary Test of Skill By MARK HAMMERTON the whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial question: Arc swords railing, cannon rumbling, mailed armour glistening if Russia wanted to show her love for the little brother Servia ? f?y' HiTS MKSZfZWZSZA Iffy-ss-IR TJ AS - m?sixm' '&' y irtt r; Cv' r ",. uxx.: "& tW Tear aside the curtain of Europe's politics and see the grim a:id sinister game of chsss that is being played. 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His reports are whispers which must not be heard even around his own camp fire. If he is caught by the enemy he faces the firing squad and his riddled body is dumped into an . unmarked grave. It is not hard to understand British museum does not possess a copy. Long before this shabby little green book was printed there were arithmetics in manuscript, and one of them, made in 1275, was also exhibited, With its diagrams daintily illuminated in colors on vellum. EU1UCB the indifference of the world to the fate of the spy. While his services are of vital importance to his army, they are, in their nature, repugnant to the unim-passioned jf Kip REVIEW IOI" (jgt a - of, REVIEWS It CIT Send the coupon only. l",?Vbl """ It brinrs the toe et-- four whole '?" volumes -c- harte. Jch"'t utely prepaid-absol.'"j. V L'fc free. All Z '""" i yon eet the boolcj Tk4ak u that after and like them you send 25 cents N for tbipjme aod tl.00 i month for three months to pay for the Review of Reviews. 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There are some - queer things about these early arithmetics. How can a boy do sums without using the figure 0, for instance? Yet in the arithmetics of 144 A. D., though the rest of the Arabic figures cvere all in use, 0 had not yet been added (though it was known in India long before.) The children who did sums in Europe then got along without it, because they had to; but it certainly was awkward work. An arithmetic dating from 1491 the year before Columbus sailed, shows the first example in which lodg division, in its modern form is successfully worked out. Columbus probably couldn't do long division to save his life, except in the old "galley" form, which was a complicated and colossal process, in which the division was done by scratching out. It was not until 1545, in an arithmetic, published at Nurem- ejfcoceA "rOO'D BETTER GO TO A HOSPITAIi." glass." With a withering look of scorn the buxom waitress replied: "Well, good gracious! If you can't break two soft boiled eggs in a glass you'd better go to a hospital." National bood Magazine. Sorry He Interrupted. During the last general elections in Canada Rev. J. J. McGaskill vigorously upheld the reciprocity pact in the province f New Brunswick. At a meeting in Queen's county he was discussing the effect of the agreement on the price of various commodities. "What about hayV" shouted an opponent. ''I'm discussing human food now." retorted the speaker, "but 1'H fome to your specialty iu a moment!" j "I vill pig stick you!" The words were addressed to me b? a lieutenant In the German army. He was very young, his beard lust sprouting, and since there had been no was between Germany and any other pow- er since long before he was born he had had no way of letting off his sur plus vim. We were 'ji a beer garden-an- d he had been sitting at a table near one at which I sat with a party of American friends. Getting up from his table, he walker? past us. and. my foot being in his way: he took pains to stumble against ir Then, glaring down at me, he said ii? English: "I vill pig stick you!" "What does the fellow mean?" "You've been challenged to fight is duel." said Washburn, an attache a the American legation. He bad UverJ in Berlin a number of years and knew' the ways of the inhabitants. "He can send all the challenges he pleases." I said. "I'll pay no attention to them." "In that case," Washburn replied, "you must give up the social stand yor have prepared to take In Berlin. S shouldn't like to put you forward as have promised unless you either fighff young Donhoff. whom everybody knows and who Is on intimate terms1 with the Imperial family, or find some way out of the matter." "What way out of the matter hv there?" "I'll think it over. I've helped say-- ' eral Americans out of such scrapes-8y the bye. I think I'll try the plan by which I saved Albertson from getting: a sword thrust between his ribs." "What plan?" "I didn't explain it till the affair watf aettled, nor will I tell you. Put your jelf In my hands, ask no questions, ant? I think I can bring you out of this witb honor, probably with eclat" I assented, and he took a message from me to Donhoff. I was an American, and Americans did not fight duels. However, I was willing to fight: under certain conditions, or, rather, t would prove myself more skillful thar. . REFUNDED THE SURPLUS. A sErSnX U., A" ss&dzr J ,! nsuoI. Mrs. Q. W. Lowe,; liocal Hgent for Granri--llpright--Payer Tired Are ! Pianos (Strtctly Htgh Grade) Certain Satisfaction. Unllmitl Guarantee. Take Supremacy. In tone, action and durability because every part ' receives careful, rifrM scrutinizing inspection. Then the Piano in its entirety is sevevely criticis- cd by a corps of. expert. If tlicre'i anything: wrong we intend to find it before you do. If wc dont our warranty protects you. THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY 50c. and Chicago: Cincinnati. QEE22S3E2 Factories 7011 tired? rundown? nervous? Is everything you do on effort? No! it is not laziness. You ore ill. Your system needs a tonie. Your Stomach, Kidneys and Liver need stirring up. Nothing will do this better than Electric S1.00 itters Ail Druggists HENRY W. DEPP, Am permanently located in lumbia. AH Clas"r.-o- John Hicks, aged 78, a basket n character maker and well-know- UEXTIST Where Twins are a Disgrace. i j j I ; of Tacoma, Wash., is dead after Co-- having lived for years on an al- Ptfiira! work dune. Crown Bridge and Inlay work . Specialty r All If the women of the Ibibios lowance of ten cents a day. His Work OuarjnlcfJ Office over G. W. Lowe's ; and other South Nigerian tribes diet consisted of soup, bread and in West Africa give birth to coffee. Sigty years ago he was twins they are disgraced. Though the owner of considerable propmany of the invocations , of the erty in Chicago but lost it and people are addressed to the pow- Grocery Store igggs3Bsesra?ig Splendid Clubbing Bargain A Wc Otter ers of fertilitity and a large fam- drifted to the West. He first came into prominence in Tacoma he Adair Coynly'News and ily is a native ideal, the birth of when he appealed to the county twins is considered a disgrace. commissioners for aid, more than One of the twins is regarded as ten years ago. of British influence twins are The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both.One He then outlined adeiTschild. Outside the sphere his simple method of living. "in the morning I eat bread generally killed at birth. The and coffee. I don't bother to eat husband forsakes the wife, and anything at noon. It's quite a she must spend at least a year in nuisance eating by one's self any isolated with way," explained Hicks. "Then other women in like case, and for my meal in the evening I take part in purifying rites. If have soup. I buy a pound of he please, the husband may then coffee and make it last a month rejoin her. by boiling Year For Only SI.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is Is issued every Thursday, subscrip price 1.00 per year, and it is one of tion the best home metropolitanvweeklie of to day. It has all the facilities of the great "Twin Town," It : world's events, and for that reason can Ciue yon all the leading news. It Carries a ctrries a great omount of valuable farm ma ter. crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - Ita numerous de partments make it a necessity to every home, iarm or ousiness man. Z. 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 DAILiYEMjUiKtiii lor omatnine tne it as long as it will The AdaifCounly News, Columbia, Ky. color the water. Quite a bit of Altogether, though we may food .pick up for nothing." I sigh over our sums now, we ought friends who knew the old man to be sincerely thankful that we say he persisted to the last, in did not have to do them in the living on his allowance of ten days of Columbus or Boethius. cents a day. Financial Scheme That Carried a Surprise With It. A story about some members of an Epworth league in Brooklyn has been suppressed up to now. but "murder will out." The young ladies of the league decided to give an entertainment and reception. The entertainment was bound to cost a little money for music and incidentals, but it had to be given as an accompaniment of the reception at which a visiting pastor, who at one time had been rector of the church, was to be a guest of honor. A subscription to defray the expense was started. It met with a very generous response and some large indiberg, that cube root was worked vidual contributions. When the enout and printed, As for algebra tertainment and reception were finish ed the committee of young ladies who when a student in those early had the finances in charge began reckoning up. They found that they were days attempted to solve a prob- $1S0 to the good after all bills had been paid. lem he had such handicaps that "We'll just divide the $1S0 up and those it back one wonders how he ever accom- send said onetoyoung who contributed." committee woman. plished anything. There were "That's just what we'll do, and we'll no plus and minus signs, no sign do it right away." said another finan cier of the committee. of equality, no symbols, such as So the money was divided and re plumed turned. The "x" and "y" for expressing un it had shown committee the mere itselt some of men folk that it knew how to conduct aD known quantities, Everything enterprise successfully. They met a grim old deacon on the street next was written out. day and accosted him for a compliment on their success. I keep on hands a full stock of "Don't you think we deserve con running an entertain coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep gratulation nent. paying expenses and returning Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and money?" they asked. "I certainly congratulate you. It is two hearses. Prompt service night or 1 wonderful. contributed S3, and I day. Eesidence Phone 29, office got back $S. Marvelous how you did it!" hone 9S. The girls had divided the surplus 45--1 yr J. F. Triptett, evenly. New York Sun. Ad Columbia, Ky. Luck and Labor. Luck lies in bed and wishes the postman would bring him the news of a legacy: labor turns out at (j o'clock Pineapple Fluff. Pare a ripe pineapple, cut into small and with busy pen or ringing hammer pieces, sugar well, put In a glass dish lays the foundation of a competence. and set in the refrigerator. Mix two tablespoonfuls of cornstarch and three Only a Misunderstanding. of grated chocolate to a smooth paste Several year-- , ago in a well known with a little cold milk; stir into it one wholesale house iii a big manufacturquart of boiling milk and beaten yolks ing town an old bachelor bookkeeper, of two eggs. Cook until, it begins to who had been many years with the thicken in a double boiler is the best firm, suddenly announced that he was way. Remove from Are, and when cold to be married. pour over fruit Beat whites of eggs The partners gave him a week's holiwith a tablespoonful of granulated day, and his fellow clerks raised a litsugar and put on top of the dish. A tle purse and presented it to pay the few good sized strawberries may be expenses of his wedding trip. A couple of days after the wedding used as a garnish around the edge and will add to the toothsomeness of the one of the members of the firm went down to a seaside resort, and there, combination. lounging about the parade and apparFreshening Stale Biscuit. ently enjoying himself immensely, he If you have biscuits or rolls left saw his recently married old bookfrom one day to the next and want keeper, but alone. to warm them up, place in a pan and "Where's your wife?" asked the princover tightly. Two pans the same size cipal. do beautifully. They can then be "She's at home," was the reply. placed in a hot oven for a few minutes, "But I thought you had money given just long enough to heat them thor- you for a wedding trip?" "So I had." was the reply, "but I oughly, and when taken out they will be like fresh baked ones, much more didn't understand that it was intenddelicious than when dampened before ed to include her." Pearson's Weekly. putting into the oven. Bread and cake Rose to the Occasion.. that have become dry can be freshened up the same way. "Stuffy" Davis, who rose from dramatic critic to being a circus press agent and then descended to writing Chicken Liver Omelet. Cut the livers into medium sized fiction, came into a Broadway hotel pieces and fry lightly in a little butter. with four days' growth of whiskers on To prepare the 6melet Itself, beat the his cheeks. "Why don't you shave?" a friend at eggs lightly, yolks and whites together; add a tablespoonful of water for each the next table called out "I would if 1 had a razor," Stuffy reegg and season with salt and pepper. torted. Melt the butter in an omelet pan, and The friend produced a safety razor when it Is hissing hot turn in the eggs and cook gently until just beginning trom his pocket and sent it over by a raiter. to set Add the prepared livers, roll "Brine me a charlotte russe," directthe omelet up and serve verv hot ed the unabashed Davis, and shaved right there. -- New York World. 1T1. We would fire at a hen's egg atT twenty paces If he hit the egg oftener than I, 1 would stand up and permit him to r.hoot at me as long as he liked. If I hit the esg more times than he. ht was to submit himself as a target for" he. me. the conditions. Indeed, he was rathe' pleased at the novelty of the plam Washburn arranged for a test of skil3 in a fencing academy and brought a? basket of eggs to the place, which werer to serve as targets. The affair belrs' an unusual one. none of the safemiar'' common in duel preliminaries wt" taken Washburn fixed the targeS. impending the egg by a thread. SonhoUf and I tossed for order of trial, and f won. Each principal was to deliver five shots, and the one who shattered! more eggs than the other won. The day before the test I conic? scarcely hit a barn door, but 1 practiced sufficiently to hit an egg at least once in five shot On the trial I spattered the contents twice. Donhoff. whc like all German army officers was good marksman. looked upon m7 Trork; with evident contempt I missed tber first and second shots, and as soon as I had doue so he seemed to lose all interest In the contest He had doubtless made a previous trial and discoverer he could hit the egg every time. I had been Instructed by Washburn , that when I beat Donhoff and Washburn assured me that if his plant worked I would I was Immediately tc renounce my right to make a target' of him Washburn buns an e?;v; for iilm. He fired somewhat carelessly andJ missed lie was surprised especially at; zeelng the esg vibrating from the wincB of the half He fired a second shot. thl time aimins carefully. Again he misled, and niraln the vzz danced. If nov fie hit th" eic at every remaining sbeC he could still beatme. Though be tGnt long time to aim before the tbirfi ihot, he missed it. -- The hot headed youngster acceptecJ f. s Win. ii i'e found he could not srof sneezim he drove to a train and caim to this city to consult a physician. off Ob-hi- s journey he just escaped being pac disturbance"-O- his arrival here he gave one finaf sneeze and broke a blood vessel, which caused his nose to bleed. This stoppei the sneezing, and ho was all right He estimated that he sneezed a boo?. 4,000 times, or on an average fifte-- o . sneezes a minute for more than He bit his tongue soveral time during the sneezing. five-hours- the train fur causing a SENTENCED TO SIMPLE LIFE. Two Year Term as a Hermit the Pun- ishment of a Forger. San Jose. Cat Frank E. Murray convicted forger, was sentenced by St perior Judge William Beasly. tevserw two years as a hermit in miles from here. Because .Murray is fifty-eigyearS old the judge was not inclined to give-hia jail sentence. One of the conditions of the sentence? Is that Murray may accept employ-xnen- t but he must not visit a city or town In two years. The court wilB keep in touch with him during tBatr time. "What this man needs Is to Be kept? away from temptation for Btvhil;" softs ht m Judge Basly. t re nr .. M THE i ADAIR ji Democratic candidate COUNTY HEWS for - THR. ADATR CQUNTY N17.WR JUDGE HURT'S RACE. Gov- fablished Every Wednesday . BY THE ernor having defeated' the- pres ent republican incumbent by Where is Ball? occupy one window in Neat & Murray's Dry Goods Store, between W. I. Ingram's and the News Office, two doors from Reed & Miller's It will pay you to know where I'm at, when looking for I MMifM Mii$ Pure AmMm.' Woo! thousand. about thirty-.tw-o Judge Rollin Hurt's majority Afcir County News Company. in this Appellate district has not ( Incorporated.) been tabulated, but enougn is HIGH CLASS JEWELRY, EDITOR. known for us to state that his HAS. S. HARRIS Watch Repairing, &c. majority over Judge Denton, the That's exactly what you get in oar Bin Woolly Blankets ( Extra New Jewelry arriving almost daily for Democratic newspaper devoted to the beSize 74 x 88 ) Weigh nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for people Republican candidate, will be of the City of Columbia the Holiday Trade. $3 00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them back to us .Adair and adjacent counties. tween six and seven thousand. and we will refund your money at once together with return mail MURRAY BALL, Jeweler. There are 23 counties in the charges and you are not out a cent. as Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. all democratic counties Judge Hort's popularity in every district, Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid over Glynn, Democrat by 135,-00- 0 Subscription price ?1.00 per year. subject to your approval. giving Judge Hurt handsome county carried him through to a majority. The Democrats Extra quality Yarn at 35c for White and 63 for Black, prepaid in majorities. Wayne, Russell, Clin- decisive victory. He is undoubtlots of 5 lbs or more. lost the United States Senator in Blf. 1914 WED. NOV. ton, Metcalfe, Pulaski, edly one of the most popular men New York and a majority of the Extra All Wool Flanel oi in. wide, "Oc per yd prepaid. Cotton Cumberland, Casey, are that ever made a race in the disWarp Flanel nice dark colons, plain 2.?c twilled 3c Okl Time Congressional delegation. Next year a Governor and all Jeans pants in Regular sizes S2 23 a pair. Just what jou need this Jn the Republican counties. and wins friends instantly, &S winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will be over other State officers are to be these counties Judge Hurt cut trict Congressional Delegation. and the lasre vote cast for him run and will cause some delay. chosen, and as the name of of our majorities, and eloquently attests to the fact. the Republican Farmers Woolen Mills, fellow citizen, Attorney General The following will' be Kentucky' E. L. 1EECE, Mjr. campaign in many of the counties he car- Only a James Garnett, is frequently p. o. Jamestown, Ky. del'egat ion in the halls of Shipping Point, Oreasy Creek, Lauding. ried, he ran ahead of the ticket. was made by Judge Denton and Congress at the next session: mentioned in connection with the s Judge Hurt will take his seat as he stated to several that ne was race for first place, it will not be Unitied States Senate, Full a member of the Court of Ap not running with any hope of deemed amiss for his home paper Term J. C. W. Beckham, Dempeals the first of January, 1915, winning the race. U. G. .'IA8DWICS. Pres. j. n. COCKE, ; 2. B. DiTZMAN, Sec to pay tribute to his fitness and ocrat, of Frankfort. no and in our judgment there is qualifications for the position, overwhelming victory of United State Senator, Short better equipped man in the State The though we do not know that he N. Camden, DemC. W. Beckham for the Unitfor the honorable position. Co- J. will be a candidate. We have was a deserved ocrat, of Versailles. lumbia, Adair county, in fact, ed States Senate INCORPORATED 1861 ESTABLISHED I8S9 Congress First District been asked by a number of peotriumph for a fearless fighter all this section of Kentucky reple recently, not only in Adair W. Barkley, Democrat, of incorruptible and able Demjoice in Judge Hurt's elevation to and county, but in adjoining counties, DEALERS IN He will be a worthy as- Paducah. the Appellate bench, but his de- ocrat. Congress, Second District if we knew whether or not he parture will be a source of gen- sociate in the Senate of Ollie M. ENGINES. BOILERS. SAW MUS. would be before the people for eral regret. He will, of course, James and with these two men David H. Kincheloe, Democrat, GRST MILLS, FEED MILLS Succeeds a. (I 1301 TrilRTeeNTri-MM- N. Governor, and to each and every claim his citizenship here, and as Kentucky will be as ably repre- of Madisonville. LOUTSVILLS questioner we answered that we often as he possibly can, come sented as any State. It has been O. Stanley. Congress, Third District R. did not, as General Garnett had down to see us. SMOKESTACK a long fight for Beckham and a not talked to us upon the subject. hard one. Nominated six years Y. Thomas, Democrat, of CenHe has, since he reached his maTaylor County did the right ago in a primary election over tral City. Sheet Iron and Tank WorK jority, been exceedingly popular, thing by Judge Hurt giving him James B. McCreary, he was Congress, Fourth District not only in his home county, but a majority of over three hun- robbed of the fruits of his nom- Ben Johnson, Democrat, of throughout this section of the dred, and old Barren came up ination by four alleged Demo- - Bardstown. State, and we believe that should with about eight hundred major-- 1 crats in the Legislature voting Congress. Fifth District, SgBSSH? 'iSBKW-SJOBBING WORK SOLICITED -"i -. he decide to become a candidate, ity. In fact, all the Democratic for Bradley. This disgraceful Swager Sherley, Democrat, of " his decision Would meet the counties in the district were on action had to be repudiated by Louisville. Re elected. AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- wishes of the Democrats in this to their job. Hardin county, the Democratic party and nobly Congress, Sixth District Ar part of Kentucky. He has a where Judge Hobson resides, has it done so in the 40,000 ma- thur B. Rouse, Democrat, of( wide acquaintance over the Com- gave Adair's candidate about jority given to Beckham Tues- Burlington. monwealth, and evidently he has majority, and Washington, day. We are especially proud of Congress, Seventh District ! made many strong and influen- Nelson, Anderson, Shelby, Spen- his victory because as Governor J. Campbell Cantrill, Democrat, tial friends since he has been cer, Oldham, Hart and Larue and as a candidate for the Sen- of Georgetown. Attorney General of the State, rolled up big majorities. ate he has always had the courCongress, Eighth District who would take pleasure in supage of his convictions. He has Harvey Helm, Democrat, of StanCannon, as he is! never been a trimmer but the ford. Uncle" Jo porting him for Governor. He not only ranks as one of Ken- familiarly called, the most noted outspoken champion on every Congress, Ninth District W. W public man of the State of IIli- - question in which the people J. Fields, Democrat, of Olive tucky's best lawyers, buthe is possessed of a superabundance noise, was returned to congress were interested and the welfare Hill. of executive ability, in fiscal af- by the Republicans of his dis- of his party or State were inCongress, Tenth District John fairs he is a student, and would trict. He has served more than volved. He incurred the enmity W. Langley, Republican, of Pike-vill- Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence make a most excellent Governor. a quarter of a century in Con- of powerful Influences in his A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick Besides, he is a fine mixer, a su- gress, but he was defeated by a stand for the county unit bill Congress, Eleventh District and satisfactory fence. perb organizer, courteous to ev- Democrat two years ago. This but he has finally triumphed over Caleb Powers, Republican, of ery body a true Kentucky gen- year he made the effort of his all the machinations of his en- Barbourville. NOTE THE PRICE. tleman, one that this section of life to come back, and succeeded. emies and goes to the Senate For Appellate Judge, Third Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c the Commonwealth would dewith an old time majority with District Rollin fjurt, Democrat, We have not received the light to assist in further honorclean hands to stand with Wood-ro- of Columbia, Ky. Succeeds 6 7 26 ISc official returns in the race for ing. We believe that he would principle of Judge J. P. Hobson. Wilson for the 8 6 20c 32 make an ideal Governor, meeting Appellate Judge, but have heard Democracy. News. 9 18c 8 32 counfrom all the twenty-thre- e all the duties of the office faithRugby. 9 39 22ic 6 fully and impartially. As we ties, the local papers showing LATEST ELECTION NEWS. 20c 9 39 9 We are certainly glad to know said in ths outset, we are not the vote of their respective coun that Rollin Hurt is our next Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. advised as to the action General ties, and the figures give Judge ine jjemocrats carneu Aeimea- - Judge of Court of Appeals. Garnett will take in the matter. Hurt a majority of 5,910 votes. see electing Rye Governor. The' school at this place is pro- Buy now before .the advance. We have 30,000 rods What we have written has been It is believed that the official State-wid- e prohibition was de- gressing nicely with Prof. Evin subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as count will show his vote to be a done to show his fitness, hoping feated in Ohio by more than 150,-00- 0 Roberts as teacher. to Quality and Price. little over six thousand majority. Willie Flatt sold a fat cow to that in due course of tims he majority. Jo Smith at Ah cents. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH would become a candidate. That Judge Rollin Hurt for the Later returns from the rural G. W. Curry sold his nice bunch he would be formidable, all perWagons. "Satisfaction or your money back." of Appeals seems to have districts seem to indicate that of cattle to Bob Young at a good sons who know him will readily Court price and then bought some Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- led the Democratic ticket every- Michigan has gone dry. admit. Woman suffrage was defeated more. Mr. Curry certainly knows where. The majority which he irig, both at old prices. in five States, carried in Mon how to fatten them. received is very complimentary THE ELECTION. Mr. Logan Rowe informed We have not taRen the War in Europe as an to the Judge. In Hardin county tana with Nebraska very close. your reporter that he was going he received all the Democratic The vote in Kentucky was in the goods business in a short Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Last Tuesday 's election brought votes and most of the Progres- verv light. Beckham led the time. Bome surprises, yet the DemPeople here are making sor- Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. sives as well. Elizabethtown Democratic ticket, with 144,000 ocrats have a good working mato Willson 110,000. ghum. If this neighborhood is News. jority in both branches of ConLime for this month, only 90c. Democrats have elected 226 not sweet it will not be because gress. The majority in the Metcalfe county is Republican members of Congress. Republi- sorghum is scarce. There is a protracted meeting House will be twenty-fiv- e and m by about two hundred. Judge cans have 192, Progressives 10 going on at Antioch, conducted the Senate fourteen. The Dem Hurt only lacked twenty-eigh- t and the Socialists 1. by Rev. Payne and Scott. ocrats expected to lose New votes of carrying it. Green Penrose was elected Senator in Bro, Luther Young closed a York, Ohio and Pennsylvania, county is aJso Republican, but Pennsylvania by a majority over "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE successful meeting at Chestnut inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISAfter using the Bee Dee "buftthe defeat ot Sullivan, in IlFACTION alter the contents have been used. Remedies generally (or she gave Judge Hurt a small ma- the Democratic and Progressive Grove last Thursday night with Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock sometime, we take pleaeight additions to the church. linois, for United States Senator, jority. sure in saying that they art or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are pre"candidates combined: strong civinz entire satisfaction, Bro. Young is certainly a pared from pure, medicinal, ingredients, in a scienand we cheerfully recomwas a surprise, and is generally In Indiana Shively for the Sen- preacher. tific way, and are genuine medicines that you can mend them. McMfllen Stock Farm, regretted by the Democratic depend on. Marion count, has never failed ate was reelected by 30,000 Mr. Key Loy and family, LuthWaco, Texas. family, and Bob POULTRY and STOCK S party. Shively for United to support a candidate from whole Democratic er Fletcher family are all back and the mmem Janes and LINIMENT DIP States Senator, carried Indiana Adair county. In this lasl elec State ticket won by over 20,000. here from Texas and more are Too can get tbem at your dealer's. Bee Dee Healing Powder Bee Dee Colic Kemedy by about thirty thousand votes. tion she gave Judge Hurt 941 Whitman, Republicans' was coming. It seems like old Ken P.B.6 tucky is the best place after all fc Tennessee is back in line, the majority. elected Governor of New York for they nearly alway come back. ln-Sn- es and-th- e Post-offi- ce sec-s- al The Larue County Herald pays Judge Hurt this compliment: For Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Third District, Judge Rollin Hurt, of Columbia, rseems to have a majority of about 5,000 over his Republican opponent, Judge Jas. Denton: This district has in times past, gone Republican in Presidential elections, but Mc-Crea- ry, half-heart- ed Term-Johns- on iJL Pyne Mill k S oppiyCo. pmiiWXGHTS Al-be- n Re-electe- d. I mRGHiyJiSTS Re-electe- d. Re-electe- d. SXs-- V? 1,-5- 00 Re-electe- d. Re-electe- Special Notice 14 Greensburg, Ky. d. Re-electe- d. j j Woodson ft IftJ Re-electe- d. e. Re-electe- d. Re-electe- d. w E-To- ! i What "Bee Dee" Means 1 ma-jori- ty Bee Jjee ir w J PMtf ADA1H nOifNTV NTPWq Gradyville. Rowes X Roads. Personals. Rev. Frank Turner preached C. .Wheeler and Charlie Lyon and Mr. B. II. GilMr. W. R. Sparks spent last Wednesday in two good sermons at Oak Grove, pin, Campbellsville, were here last last Saturday night and Sunday. Columbia. Thursday. Mr. Lincoln Denton went to his James and Charles Diddle rehome, Somerset, to vote. turned from Logan county, last Mr. W. A. Yates, Edmonton, was Tuesday," just in time to vote. here a few days ago. Mr. W. S. Taylor, who at one time J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-bur- g, was Govgrror of Kentucky for a few was here last week receivdays, his wife, t.vo daughters, and a grandson, of Indianapolis, were here ing cattle. last Thursday, en route to visit relThe Adair county Spoke Co., atives in Russell county. 9 8 6"6"9M8"fr664"9Hfr$$ 4"5"$4$$$$$ 4 4 4 A i$&i Come again Frank. We are glad to see you. Dave Watson and family, of Casey county, were visiting his daughter, Mrs. Robert Chapman here, last week. W. Me!p INGRAM Wants to Quit Business 'Strange returned II. Wilson and Elmo from a trip to Burkesville, last Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Montgomery and her son, Messrs. W. Mr. Ray Montgomery, returned from an extended visit to Texas, last Thursday. Mrs. Willie U. nines spent several days last week in Louisville. Mrs. B. II. Gilpui, Campbellsville. was here Friday, en route to visit tt relatives in Burkesville. , just grins alii .Mrs. Vardaman, Mrs. James Gar-nea camp here last Tuesday night. Pink, and son, and Mr. Paul Vardaover his face. Messrs. Ed Caldwell, of Glasman, of Frankfort, spent Sunday with I have got a rattlesnake skin Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Wood. Danville gow, and Robert Reed, of CoMessenger. in my store 5 feet long. It had days gsa-ndpa- Wallie Cook was at home here a few days ago on a visit and to is receiving quite a lot of spokes rest up a little. Wallie is one of at this time. our nice young men. Robert Wethirrgton and Ed Pemp Hans is still on the sick Hill made a trip to Bowling list. Don't get much better. Green last Saturday. We had a good meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Keath Needmore No., 2, a few nights returned 4rom Clementsville last ago. Wednesday, mere is a nine Doy at .uaw- - :g The Woodmen order organized rence Stapp's, this week. Uncle him by buying his goods cheaper than you can elsewhere, a big stock to select from. This special sale will begin the 10th, day of November, 1914. Many things sold at cost, and some at even less than cost. Most everything sold at a reduced price, ("handle Clothing, Shoes, Hats Caps, and a general line of Dry Goods, Furniture, Carpets, &c. When you come to my store get my special prices before you leave. Aly terms will be cash. I need what you owe me. Come in and settie. e I. I & Jg8 Green river last week. Dr. L. C. Nell, Grady ville, is in Louisville this week. Mr. G. F. Jones, Jamestown, was here Sunday gnight, en route home from Louisville. Dr. Wm, Blair, Glenrille, has been critically ill for the past week. He is a line old gentleman and his friends would be glad if he could recover His illness dates back several years when he met with a stroke of paralysis rattles. It was killed in the Cumberland mountains in TenMr. and Mrs. William Francis, nessee. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ottley and visited the of Campbellsville, There is much rotten corn in their son, John, spent last week with Mrs. Ottley'sj mother, Burkesville, family of Mr. C. O. Moss a few the shock. I have gathered one who has been quite sick. days of last week. field to sow wheat, and shucked Mis. L. T.JXeat visited relatives on Will Lyon, George opDr. E. I. Alper, the tician, is in Columbia for a week or ten days. well-know- n lumbia, spent several last week. here 15 ness trip to Cane Valley last Wednesday. Mr. S. C. Neat, of Columbia, called on our merchants one day last week. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sinclair, Oct., 28, and claimed as its victim their infant son Walter Irvin. He was only 28 days old and had been sick for about two weeks. Every thing was done for him that could be, but nothing seemed to do any good. He was buried at Tabernacle. v& WS ir5(lS &kfim 7 Messrs. it out. Mr. Jo Hurt, whoislccated at Campbellsville for the present, was at home last Sunday. Frankfort, and who has been at his home, Cane Valley, returned to the Capitol Mrs. to-day. Mr. E. C. Page, who is employed at Ingram returned from lastjweek. She left her sister, Illinois Mrs. Isaac Ingram, gettingjalong very B. n. nicely. Mr. G. R. Holt, Campbellsville, was here Monday, en route to Albany. Jackman has been a typhoid fever'for more than victim of Miss Maud a week. For Sale or Rent. I desire to sell or rent my farm on Casey Creek. Said farm is located on Casey creek and "Wilson creek Turnpike. Contains 204 acres of land, i mile frmjpost oHice, mill and church, and 3 stores. No one need apply to rent unless they have a team. C. G. Jeffries, 52 3t. Columbia, Ky. Notice. poultry company will open place of business, in Columbia, their in the house formerly occupied by N. Hobson & Co , Nov , 10th. Will pay the highest market price for eggs and all kinds of poultry L. E. McKinley, Manager. A new J-- 2t For Sale. .Forty horse power 5 passenger Case automobile in perfect condition. Cost $2,300.00. A real bargain. P. O. Box 515, Lebanon, Ky, 49-tf- . Registered Jersey Bull. thoroughbred Jersey Bull wil serve at 81.00 at the gate, at my home in Columbia. My 1-- Cleveland Garrison. Pontiac iiiinois. The weather is very nice at this time. We have had some very cold days this fall. We have had but little rain, and it was very dry all summer. The corn crop is not very good, t In some places it is selling at 59 cents per bushel. Wages about the same. Married men are paid from $30.00 to $40.00 per month; single men from $26.00 to $30.00 per month. Stock of all kinds sell for good prices. Ben C. Murrell. W. M. I had bad luck last week. John Lasenby, a neighbor, had a birthday dinner. I was invited. The night before the big dinner, the cane mill and the wheat drill both came in on me, so I had to Rev. Christie commenced a se- go to the cane patch and lost my ries of meetings at Picketts Chap- part of the dinner, but they made out without me. There; el last Monday night. were 44 at the table. They had Russell Creek. There has recently been coma fine dinner and a good time. pleted a new telephone line from Mr. Lasenby was 61 years old Most of our farmers are done this place to Portland that conand looks like he might live 61 sowing wheat. nects our two physicians with ' years more. I hope he will. Mr Jb R Cundiff,3 familyis that section of the county. i i t :vj.iss unoia n ii beiDy ana a mr. suffering with lagrippe this week. Mr, George Young and fam- Smith, of Font Hill, were mar - Mr8. Blizabeth Hancock, who ily started last Saturday for ried here at the Esto Methodist is Elizabethtown where they will church last Sunday. Enolar was feU and got hurt a week ag0 8tm n0 better she is quite an make their future home. one of our. best girls Their old lady and we hope she will ,T . ti .ei TT is taiKing oi many friands wish them a long soon be well again. uncie 15UCK moving to our town in the near happy Jife. Mr. Edgar Viers, who has tyfuture. We would be glad to Nov., 5th, is my first phoid fever, is some better. have him and his family with us wife's birthday. She was born Mr. Charley Browning and again. Nov., 5th, 1847. She was marfamily, of Bliss, were visiting She died Jann ried Dec, 5, 1865. Mr. Filmore Sparks, the Scott Todd's family, Sunday. ' stock dealer of Red Lick, uary 5th, 1897. Beat this record Mr. Perry Cundiff and wife, spent one day last week in our if you can. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Squires and We did not hardly know that section looking after cattle and Mrs. Loren Bradley were visiting only made a few purchases. Mr. we had an election. Every thing at John R. Cundiff's last Sunday, Sparks informed us that the sale went off so quiet, I guess that Bro. Marvin Perryman will of cattle was considerably off the boys drank up all their whisfor the present, but in a few key during court week. on Saturday night, the 21 of this weeks, he looks for a much betmonth, and on Sunday morning. Pellyton. ter market. Mr. Henry Squires and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sexton, The weather has been fine and of Neatsville, were visiting the of Scottsville, are spending a former's mother, last Saturday sowfew days with their relatives and farmers are about through night. ing wheat. friends here this week. Mr. J. W. Cundiff was in Owen Brockman, of Cane ValHon. James Garnett of FrankGreensburg last week on busdown last Tuesday to ley, was visiting his mother, iness. fort, came spend a few hours with TSFncle Mrs. Susan Brockman, last SatMiss Jodie Cundiff . who has Charlie Yates and daughter. Mrs. urday and Sunday. been visiting her sister atGrady-vill- e Mr. Harvey Lewis and a Mr. Robertson. The visit was very for the past six months, re enjoyable to these people. Grabeal visited at W. S. Sinclairs turned home Thursday. last Friday and Saturday. Mr. Gaither Bryant, of Petis Mr. John Will Cundiff gatherMr. O. P. Lemmon, wife and ed in his father's sweet potatoes Fork section, was in our midst one day .last week, while visit- two children, of Stafford, Kan- last week and weighed some of ing his daughter, Mrs. Ed Baker. sas, are visiting Mr. Lenjmons them that net 7 pounds each, Uncle Gaither is looking fine and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and put three potatoes together gets around as well as if he was Lemmon, and other relatives of and they weighed 18 pounds. not over fifty years. We are al- this place. Now Mr. Cook and the Grady-vill- e ways glad to see him and hear man, come on with your Loren, the little son of Mr. he is certainly true and Mrs. J. T. Lemmons, who good potatoes. J. R. Cundiff him talk for to his principles. has been very sick for some time, has one hundred bushels of these fine potatoes. Come rfhd get Mrs. Clara Sollensberger came is able to enter school again. Mr. J. C. Blair, through his your seed potatoes now and see in from Washington D. C, last week, to spend a few months agents, Burchett& Sinclair, sold the lot. Mr. George Shaw, son and with her father and mother, W. his farm on Spruce Pine creek, daughter, of Shepherdsville, are $0 Mr. M. C. Burchett. M. Wilmore and wife. Mr. James Blackford, of Ozark visiting at Mrs. Malinda Smith's Newton Norris bought a male visited his brother, Mr. J. G. this week. colt last week from Archur CurMr. Bob Hood was in GreensBlackford, last week. ry for' 67.50. Also one from Mr. J. C. Blair made a busi- - burg last week on business. Wilmore for $75.00.' t-I ! Whitlockand S. C. Neat, of Louisville, were in our midst last week. Messrs, Eugene Wethington called in to see us while en route for Greensburg last Thursday. gro-cerym- en, ueMlMm SLzj it. E? sSffi. IIhi) 1 si y I ' G-- . i i 1 -- I l-oo- Who is located on the north side of the public square, Columbia, sells this popular brand of Shoes. You are invited to call at his 3& W. LDWI place of business. Cvfe ; To-da- y, J :w' P'Gg: 'rnp "V. T. ATTORN ,&7x4Vi. well-know- Mr. J. P. Cundiff was putting in a concrete hearth last week for Mrs. Pate Thomas, of i OTTLEY t.V KY-.V- T- Mill-tow- n. COLUMB1A, KENTUCKY. Will Practice in all the Courts. 0(fice:-- ln Rollfn Hurt's Office Mrs. Sallie Callison, of Cane Valley, is visiting Air. and Mrs. Perry Cundiff, this week. Mr. James Suddarth is putting a new top on his residence get- Ball's Sentinel Alarm A Sure ting ready for winter. Crocus. 65 ' olBojJ Waker B. S. Miller and wife have re- cently returned from an extensive pleasure trip on which they a, -- visited Buffalo, New York, Niag-rand other points of Interest. MURRAY BALL, Jeweler. The schools in this section sent a good delegation to the School' Layf e Grant, who lives on CroFair at Columbia. All report a cus creek, two miles from this delightful time, and are in for a place, is very low with a complisimilar rally next year. cation of diseases and is not ex-The pie supper at Simpson pected to live long. school house was a success reRev. Firquin,Presbyterian mingardless of bad weather, and ister, has changed his appointfrom the proceeds a substantial ment at Mt. Zion church to the 4th Sunday. library has been started. Local Market. G. W. Collins has recently stocked his farm with more than T. Eggs 29 40 head of young cattle at a cost ' Hens .6 of about $1500. -. Chickens To-day. This Nickel Plated Alarm, 4 inch"Dia a good Time Keeper, and a Sure Sleep Waker Equal to any 75c or $1.00 Clod Elsewhere. My price 65 c. - J. W Dudley sold three steers to L. W. Bennett for $163. Cocks . .. - S 1 Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping Hides (green) '. flfr ' 5 ft 4 G.T. "Aaron sold to Bradshaw and Murrah one cow for $50. Mrs. 13. S. Miller is bed- 23 12 .' Ginseng at the Beeswax side of her father, Dr. Wm. Yellow Rool Blair, who is very sick. J5 ay Apple (per lb) Feathers 45 4 00 25 ." 3i - m THE ADAIKIC0UNTYNEWS i'SNAPSHOTS AT NOTABLE PERSONS C. S. Hamlin, Member Fed-er- a! Reserve Board. Charles Sumner Hamlin, recently appointed a member of the federal reserve board for two years, has been assistant secretary of the treasury in charge of fiscal bureaus since last February. Mr. Hamlin had been under consideration for some time, but it Is said the president desired to keep him in the treasury department Seven members make up the board, including the secretary of the treasury and the comptroller of the currency. The five appointive members will serve respectively two, four, six, eight and ten years. The purpose of the difference in the terms of office is to divid? the membership into classes. A native of Boston and fifty-thre-e years of age. Mr. Hamlin has had a large experience in financial affairs. He was educated at Harvard and was .graduated from the law school of that university in 1SSG, beginning practice in Boston. During the second admin istration of President Cleveland Mr Hamlin served as assistant secretary of the treasury and after leaving that department in 1S97 went to Japan as special commissioner for this country Jn the same year he served in the same capacity at the convention of Russia, Japan and the United States He also represented Uncle Sam in the fur seal controversy Avith Great Britain. Mr. Hamlin is the author of the "Index Digest of Interstate Commerce Laws" and has written on many financial subjects. He has been prominent in politics and was prominently mentioned as the Democratic candidate for governor of Massachusetts in 1910 Head of Naval Affairs Committee. Perhaps no representative in con gross has been more busy than Lemuel Phillips Padgett of Tennessee, chairman of the house committee on naval affairs, during the present session. The naval affairs committee of the .house has a membership of twenty-one- , fourteen Democrats and seven Republicans, the same as all the other vmirried on ogre than Wijifeate. The problem was how to force him to release her, which was the only way by which she could inherit her property. She treated him scornfully, but did not secure' any response. Wingate bore it without retort By the terms of the will if Mildred did not marry him within two years he was to hold the property in trust so long as he liped. to have the income for himself. One day Mildred disappeared. When Wingate learned of this move he was disquieted. He feared some game, but could think of no way by which ehe could secure her fortune. What he most desired was that she would withhold her consent to marry him till the two years' grace had elapsed, after which he would enjoy the income of the property and manage the business so long as he lived. The will read "in case the said Samuel Wingate shall refuse to marry my daughter Mildred WInterfield, at any time within the said two years." etc. Wingate read this over and considered the matter safe. The will did not say how he was to refuse, but this ntde no difference. He would not refuse In any form. Wingate had no desire to marry Mildred WInterfield. Indeed, he haA nothing to gain by a marriage witn her, for in that caso she would inherit the property and ateht make it unpleasant for him. He had seen her only once, when she was about fifteen years old, an awkward girl who was changing to womanhood. At the time of her father's death she was a fine looking woman, with golden idr, fair complexion and dark brown eyes. One day a young woman called at Wingate's office and applied for a position as typewriter and stenographer. There were no vacancies, and she was refused. A few days later Wingate received a note signed Elizabeth Dar-roasking him if he would favor her with a calL since she had something to tell him to his advantage. This request,-taken with certain glances Miss Darrow had given him. wade him sus picious that she had designs upon him. Then suddenly he was struck with, an idea. "I do believe." he said to himself, "that she is a decoy of Mildred WInterfield and her lover. The object is to get me in a position where it can be proved that I have made love to this woman and asked her to marry me. That would not be refusing to marry Mildred, but they doubtless have hit upon a plan to twist evidence so as to make it appear that in making love to their decoy I have refused to marry Mildred. There ar( plenty of lawyers smart enough to do that All I have to say is if they catch me napping they must get up early in the morning." After considerable deliberation he determined not to let it appear that ho suspected their game till he had elicited more of it from the decoy. He made no reply to Miss Darrow's communication, confident that he would hear from her "again. He did hear by note, in which references were madt to love passages between them which had never occurred. This confirmed Wingate's suspicions. But he did not know what action to take, or, rather, he decided that he had better take no nction at all. In time another letter came frorr Miss Darrow. hinting at proceedings for breach of promise. Wingate congratulated himself on his foresight in laying down the' scheme in advance. A. trumped up case of breach of promise to Miss Darrow was to be turned Into a refusal to marry Miss Winter-field- . It did not appear to Wingate that he should pay any attention to these notes. By doing so he might get caught in the trap being laid for him. AH he did was to give orders that if "the Darrow woman" came to see him ihe was to be told that she could not see him. Notwithstanding this order, Dne day he looked up from his desk and saw his unwelcome visitor otand ing near him. "I have called," she said, "to ask if you intend to do me justice." "I don't know you. madam." "You do know that you have asked me to be your tvlfe." I have not'' Old Fashioned Souse, ly clean Boak for nra If she bad not, would rather have Mildred loved Edgar Cotneal and, dDE$TflE$. A Permanent Cure For JLjl. mm ?3SMwkwi Chronic Constipation without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature Is again solely relied on. Amonir the leirions who tpsMfv tn tfiocn facts are J. P. Blankenship, Sharon. Tenn., .uiu ceuian l.. itogers, K.osmosuaie, Ky., and they always have a bottle of it in the house, for it is a reliable laxative for all the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial regular the dollar a large bottle (family size) can nave a sample bottle sent to the home Jionticello, ill. Your name and address uu a postal cara will ao. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful couch and very weak. T had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Sly doctor could not help me, out 1 was completely cured Dy Survey in Land Owners Attention. T. C. Although those may dispute it have not tried it. yet thousands who of others, who speak from persoftal experience, assert that there is a permanent ?ure,, for chronic constipation. Some testify they were as little as fifty cents, years cured for ago, and that the trouble never came back on them, while I keep constantly on hands a nice line others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. if Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its over Cumberland Grocers Co., merits, by one person telling another. The fact that its strongest supporters Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims reardins it as fi. a permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It is not violent like cathartic pills, salts or waters, but operates gently, Lo-;ati- on DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 50c AND 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS'. J. Jones. C. D. 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With whipped cream. of the house. AL fifty-nintFifty-sevent- Golden Betty. If there is no agent in your. Adair County News One Year Each Notice to the Public General BlacKsmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly Prices right and dene. AH kinds of Rubber Tire put on. Srecia For this 3.50 office- - attention to Horse Shoeing. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & PHONE XO. 73 N". Depot' JEFF PARSON, This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to 1 Campbcllsville, Ky. Ii. H: JOJ4ES Veteflnary Suvgeon and Dentibt years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. ( PHONE NO. 7N ii- - i rfK. IB - THE,?ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 ' HUSBAND RESCUED WELL DRILLER Amazon Archers Expensive Ice Cream. When packing household goods to take with them when they leav ., IN DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to - Rescue. Catron, Ky. la an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. A Different Species. A Kansas City negro once ap- plied for a job as hod carrier. "Oh, yes, boss. I sure can climb a laddah. I'se a regular squirrel." A few days later he was asked to take a hod of brick to the ninth story. d-a- "Boss," he said, "I can't dim' ly. laddah to the ninth story." A siphon operated by a rubber "Why Sam," said the boss, "I bulb at the bend in the tube, has thought you told me you were a been patented by a New York squirrel." t Algot Lange describes a huntadjoining counties. See me be- ing trip he made in company fore contracting. Latest im- with two Amazon Indians, who proved machinery of all kinds. possess marvelous skill with I had gotten so weak I could not stand, Pump Repairing Done. Give poisoned arrows. and I gave up in despair. me a Call. We had scarcely gone a mile At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comwhen we discovered on the opC. YATES menced taking it. From the very first posite bank of the creek, about dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 150 yards away, a wild hog rootcan now walk two miles without its ing for food. We were under tiring me, and am doing all my work." cover of the brush, but the hog If you are all run down from womanly was in full view. Almost simultroubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped taneously my companionslfiitted more than a million women, in its 50 arrows to their bowstrings. Inyears of continuous success, and should stead of shooting pointblank, surely help you, too. Your druggist has and manipulating the bows with sold Cardui for years. He knows what their hands and arms, they placit will do. Ask him. He will recomed their great toes on the lower mend it Begin taking Cardui today. FOR 1914 Write to: ChatUnooza .Meilclne Co., Ladies end of the bowstrings, and with Advisory Dept.. Chattanoosa. Term., for Special Instructions on your case and book. Homo Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. their left arms gave Ithe proper BRIGHTER, BETTER, tension and inclination to the f BiGGER THAN EVER bows, which were eight feet Life Pills. They drive out fermented THE REGULAR PRICE OF long. With a whirl the poisoned and undigested foods, clear the Blood and cure Constipation. Only 25c at THE LOUISVILLE TIME arrows shot forth, sailed gracePaull Drujj Co. Ad. fully through the air, described IS A YEAR. a hyperbola, and plunged into Facts of Interest. the animal's neck, a little back from the base of the brain. If YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDtl More than 60 manufacturers The hog dropped in his tracks, TO US, YOU CAN GET were represented recently at and I doubt if he could have livLondon's first exhibition of ined even if the arrows had not dustrial motor vehicles exclusive- THE ADAIR COUNT been poisoned. We slung the I will drill wells in Adair and THE WORLD OF SPORT Nicholson Is Designer of the J. THE LOU IS VI LL TIMES this country for missionary work in Brazil, a mother and daughter found room for an ice cream freezer. . When they reached their des tination they discovered that the price of ice in their new home was ten cents a pound. The freezer was of course put away and ice cream was regarded as one of the pleasuresfof their native country which must be sacrificed. Shamrock IV. se J-- $5.00 i NEWS "Well, I'se a squirrel all right, boss, but I'se a ground squirrel." An Active Liver Means Health. man to remove cream from milk. Tests having shown that work cannot be effectively done at THE L0UISVILEF TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR greater If you want good health, a clear com heights than 2,600 feet, the plexionaud freedom from Dizziness. French army has decided that its Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches war aeroplanes must be armored and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New against rifle bullets. As to Rough Hockey. The players on our American hockey teams may get a little too frisky at times, but we should be thankful that they are not as bloodthirsty as our friends across the border. A man was nearly killed in a game at Montreal recently, moving a local newspaper to publish across two columns in large type the following warning. "The almost fatal accident to again emphasizes the dancers of hockey and the necessity on the part of the team managers to keep down body over a heavy pole and carthe temper of the men. "It would be a great pity if any ot Are You Too ried it to the maloca. our rinks should be shut up through popular clamor as a result of what the All the way the hunters dislaw must call at least sporting manHere are some excellent sug- slaughter. puted ever the ownership of the "Hockey officials and hockey rules, gestions that may be advantag- no matter how strict either of them hog, and from time to time they are. cannot prevent rough play. put the carcass on the ground to eously followed by stout people. "It is all in the hands of the eam managers. "Let them use the power they posgesticulate and argue. When Fat folks may eat: Animal food Meats, fish, poul- sess over the players under their conthey appealed to me, I declared wisely and well lest the public b try, game, eggs, cream, cheese, trol compelled to look to the criminal colthat the arrows had sped so rapumns of the newspapers, and butter in moderation, salads, ners courts and prison where corocell are feaidly that I could not tell which tured for the latest hockey news ingelatine. stead of on the sporting pag." had found its mark first. La-Ion- There came a day,! however, about a year after, when even at this rate, they felt justified in the extravagance of an ice cream treat. The daughter was married to a fellow missionary and after the ceremony the little company of invited guests was served with what was probably the most expensive ice cream that missionaries ever ate. After the bride and groom had left for their honeymoon, the freezer went back into retirement with the honor of having provided the most unusual and acceptable of the delicacies at the wedding feast. Great Interest has been aroused by the statement that the Shamrock IV.. the new challenger for the America's cup. will have a csnterboard. The U3e of this distinctly American contrivance will indicate that the yacht will have a hull of light draft. C. E. Nicholson, the well known English yachting expert, is the designer of the Shamrock IV. Stout? The Daily Loui; i tf Times And The Adair County New the chief sent out a messenger to THE LOUISVILLE TIMES learn the cause of the altercation. The emissary returned to the best afternoon paper prin the chief and the disputants be ted anywhere. came quiet The messenger soon Has the be3t corps of corro came back, and said that the pondents. great chief would judge the case Covers the Kentucky field pc and ordered the men to enter the maloca. The chief motioned me fectly. to a seat on the ground JJbeside Covers the generai news flel his hammock. The men told completely. their story, now and then lookHas the best and fullest ms ing to me for an affirmative nod of the head. The chief listened kets reports. to the argument for some time DEMOCRATIC in politics bs without uttering a syllable, and regarded the crowd with a steady fair to everybody. unblinking expression. Then he SEND YOUR SUBSCR!?' said, "The hog is mine. Go." Strange as it may seem, there 1 FOR ONLY $4.50. As we neared the house, salads. Vegetables Those generally "Will Bo Game's Best Year." that grow above ground. Greens, Connie Mack, manager of the world'j champion Athletics, does not spinach, lettuce, celery, aspara with Ban Johnson, president ofagre the American gus, tomatoes, white turnips, Chicago league, who recently in a interview said the year 1914 peas, (green) beans, (green) would be most disastrous for baseball. On the other hand, the master mind cauliflower, cabbage slaw, oyster of the game in n forecast said it would be baseball's best season. Manager plant, summer squash, artichokes Mack said: "I'm not predicting any pennants at olives, cresses, onions, vegetable this time, but I feel confident that th Fruit Grape fruit, oranges, lemon juice in water or on food, tart mellow apples, peaches cur- I rants, cherries, plums. Cerale Gluten or whole wheat bread toasted, Zweiback (unsweetened,) breadsticks. Liquids Tea or coffee, un sweetened and without milk or cream, lemon juice and water, white wine. Nuts Slightly salted, mith meals. Condiments horse-raddish, Athletics will be able to hold their own in 1914. We must have onr strongest team, for flip ntlipr plnhc rsnvisillw those that finished in the second division, will be greatly strengthened. I look for a much harder race than last year, because all of the clubs will ba more evenly balanced. The fans will see better baseball this year, which I have every reason to believe will be. the gauio'ti most successful in every way." TI0N RIGHT AWAY was no grumbling at this traordinary decision. ex- Olive oil, paprika DENTAL OPMCE cavenne(a little,) lemon juice, salt (in Is the best afternoon daily "paper publish- Dr. James Triplett DENTIST Don't Delay Treating your Cough. ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, OVER FAXJUZ. DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OEMSMCE k i PHONH but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah Couafcy News both for 4.5 It is best to avoid: A slight cough often becomes serious, Luugs get congested, Bronchial Pastry, puddings, preserves, Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality chocolate, candy and sweets of is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It soothes your irrated all kinds.' air passages, loosens mucous and Fat of meat, veal and pork. makes your system resist Colds. Give Soups,, and excess of liquid the Baby and the Children Dr. Bell's Pine-TaHoney. It's guaranteed to with meals. help them. Only 25c at Paull DrGg Starchy food, such as cereals, r of M Loubet The other afternoon a friend saw the seated io his carriage on the boulevards. Quite two hours later the friend happened to pass again. Loubet was still there. Approaching the carriage, the passerby iuquired: "Well, Emile. you have mora leisure nowadays than you know what to do with. And madame?" "lime. Loubet." echoed the "she's quite well. She's in there has . been for two hours." pointing to the shop. It was "An Corset Mystere." "It will be a mystery to me," added Loubet. "if she gets fitted by dinner. She certainly won't after." New Tort Sun. nt Mmo. Loubei's Corset Mystery. A capital story is being told in Pari touch Pains and Indigestion cau3od mo groat distress for two vnnrft. T frinn" mln. fViinrxi gotlittlo help, tillat lastl found tbo bast pills or medicine I ever tried it in reliof. but per year. j DR. KING'S aa.W.Va. NewLife Pills 23 CaTS PLP. eOTTLlfiir ALL DRI'GGISTS. ' potatoes, rice, refined wheat! Water is pumped by hand over flour, in bread or crackers. Root vegetables Carrots, par the dishes m a new household dish washing machine, and it snips, beets, etc. can be used so hot as to sterilize The oldest ocean going vessel them and leave them so warm in the world, having been built that'they dry quickly without in 1548, was broken up but rewiping. cently at the Canary islands. Co. Ad. Or if the slain think he is slain. They know not well the subtle ways I keep and pass and turn again. That winter it happened that a rela. ttve of the poet Longfellow, living In another state, bought a sleigh, and "in a family letter to the cousins In Cambridge there was a wall lest the January thaw which had followed the purchase should keep them from enjoying ihe gay cutter that season. When the tetter was answered Longfellow contributed this verse: TO ON THE PURCHASE OF A. SLEIGH. If the red sleigher think he- sleighs. Or If the sleigbln think It to slelghla. They know not well the subtle, "ways Of snow, that ooraea asd coea agate. - In the first number of the Atlantic Monthly Ralph Waldo Emerson had a. poem called "Brahma," which puzzled both critics and common readers. Some said it was the greatest poem, of the century. Some said it was nen-ensThe first verse ran as follow: If the red slayer think he slays. e. Slayer and Sleigher. i jJ J. f. 9 J rp .. 2- T ' rfl rr-- 3 HI : s ( I' I J !. 3 'i :1- - 'J HE ADAlIi COUNTY' NEWS T'1 i-5.- ERMANS RAID w 4 '' ' f ' Zv"-- c. ,Ar---gasa?cS77-y ENGLAND'S COAST. London, Nov. 4 (1:23 p. m.).-T- NOTICE TO TAX German naval raid from foe stronghold of Kiel to within c valve niles dSc EiIaad's East "eoast and the possibility of the recurrence of such performance anyway or night held the foreground in Its LtiItTs var nzws spectacular features created more discussion than that of the For your convenience, on the following dates ancf places named below, I will have the Tax Books at forced retirement of the tip of the Garmin right wing in Belgium? said places Once Only, and those dates the office Four battleships and four cruisers is the latest estimate of the Columbia must be closed as to those Magisterial units which participated in the North Sea episode, but no accurate Districts, under the law we have only one set of books information on the subject is available. It i3 assumed, hDwe ver, I trust that every Tax Payer The best known will take advantage that ample preparations have been made by the British Admiralty of master workmen materials ofthe labor; gears from ever getting out of line and, the aid the most causing hard pulling. of this opportunity to meet and settle same and save io meet any future raid. As it was, troops at Yarmouth with ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with trouble and cost, both to yoH and myself. empioyea xo maKe me momma wagon. iong sleeve malleable rifles and ball cartridges were stationed along the road leading The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and out- WILL BE AT: care. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skem isi from the shore to the town, ready for the remote contingency of w.. wv. ""; i.n.uj. Auaiiuut; unvcii Cane Valley, "cu iw us uaic wmi a uenance ma--' Wednesday,. Nov. 11, 1914 any 'Germans setting foot on English soil. to insure iho ritrllf- flicli ,... ..uua mv rhino infilliKlir xxxuroto Tl,. .... Tha linke ifj ....... ui.oiiiuij civ.iuitn.i. j. ..i.: ..0... Knifley, Friday, 13 of oak, thoroughly insures he to-day. I -- - , This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good -non-- breakabld at - tit-iuut;; HAVE NOT BEEN JDRIVEN. Though the battle of the sand dune3 may be over it is not correct to say that the German forces have been driven from the Bel-gicoast. They still hold Ostend and they are concentrating huge forces in the vicinity of Ypres and u is there, in the opinion of military observers, that a renewed German struggle to break through the allied line will center. From the coast to Lille, a comparativeiyhortbattle line, the Germans have eleven army corps, roughly, half a million men.The English papers point out that this situation still is undecided and that it should not be as3umed that the Germans yetlhave been decisively beaten in Belgium. That the Allies have been throwing fresh forces into Belgium is indicatedin official account from the British front, which speaks of both forces from home and Indian troops in that area of hostilities and adds: of every description have been sent to meet threatened attacks.'" This, of course, refers to attacks along the Yser, which h ave now come to an end with the result against the invaders. But, booking ahead, the same condition will apply generally to the operations south of Ypres. to-da- y to-day's "Re-enforcements an seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bot- torn, riveted through and through mul- tiplying their strength. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the .,&. the right pitch and tuck, makes' Kght draft a certainty. w The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel, The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives better service. Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. Roley, Pellyton, McGaha, Roy, Geo. Red- Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. 17 19 21 t i i sow By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, EIroy' Gradyville Keltner, Milltown, mond's Store Monday, Glensfork, Wednesday Sparksvill, Friday, 23 25 a n Saturday, Monday, Wednesday, 27 28 16 18 a n t ct Saturday, Take Warning: After November 30th, 6 per cent, penalty and 6 per cent, interest will be added. The Thornhiil Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest t i MYSTERY UNSOLVED. The mystery of the diplomatic situation in Turkey remains unsolved, but, solved or not, Turkey and the AHies are at war in spite of the fact that the Turkish Ambassadors at London and Bordeaux remain at their posts. The agitation for more recruits in England has been renewed. The press is taking advantage of the success in West Flanders to emphasize that this progress was gained only after great sacrifices In men, and that the young manhood of Great Britian must respond to fill up the depleted ranks, if not voluntarily then by means of conscription. The generalmoratorium established for the relief of debtors in the matter of liabilities contracted before August 4 expired after being in force for three months. There is still, however, a certain amount of protection for debtors through appeal to the courts in specified cases under the emergency act. This act will continue in force until six months after the conclusion of the war. The foregoing dispatch from London makes no mention of the naval engagement off the coast of Chile late Sunday evening between five German warships and a British squadron composed of three cruisers and a transport, in which the British vessels, were badly worsted. It is therefore apparent that the British censor has permitted no reference to this naval encounter to be made in England. to-da- annexed the Island of Cyprus, in thp Mediterranean, which nominally formed a par.t of rhe Turih Empire. The defensive alliance between Great Britian and Turkey hav .. II . J v j n rt iu& uccuui aniiuiiu uy tne outoreaK or war, tne ontisn ijovern-medecided that it was necessary to appropriate the island in order that proper provision might be made for it3 government and for its protection. The island, since the h convention of 1878, had been occupied and administered by Great Britian, though it had remained under the suzerainty of the bultan. 1 l- S. H. Mitchell, S. A. C. "Hill P win - L. 1 !! 1 T f ""4 nt Anglo-Turkis- The fate of the Monmouth, which was sunk in thirty minate3, might be more easily explained, as she had no gun In her main battery of a caliber greater than six inches yet it i3 said that she received her death blow from a four-inc- h gun on board one of the light German cruisers that were pursuing her as she attempted to escape. The Good Hope was a sister ship of the Drake and one of the moat powerful of modern armored cruisers, being in fact a battle cruiser, both in armor and battery, should, at least, havs been able to dispose of one of the light German cruisers. FOUGHT IN A tMPWWLM li ENCOURAGES GERMANS GALE. FIRST REAL SEA BATTLE OF WAR IS PUZZLE ARE SUPERIOR. TO EXPERTS-GUM- S -- BRITISH The engagement, which was fought in a gale of wind, the very condition in which the traditional British seamen revels, was also one of which the German seems to have taken advantage. More than the defeat of the British fleet was the marvelous - y VICTORY FOR ALLIED ARMY. r t H - r. 15-- Paris, Nov. 4 (3 p. m.) The French War Office gave out an official announcement as follows: "On our left wing, to the North, the situation shows no change as compared to yesterday. The enemy has drawn back on the right bank of the Yser. We have recaptured Lombaertzyde. The Germans occupy on the left bank of the Yser nothing more than the head of a bridge, half way between Dixmude and Nieuport. They have abandoned, in addition to prisoners and wounded men, a considerable quantity of war material, including pieces of artillery which were held immovable by the mud. "Between Dixmude and the Lys, the fighting has continued Other factors being equal, the 9.2 inch gun has a range of at with alternate advances and withdrawals, but with the general re- least one mile more than that of the 8 2 inch a mile in distance suit that the allied forces made perceptible progress. for every inch in caliber being the theoretical range of modern "Between the Lys and the .region of Arras there has. been weapons. Yet the official report by the German Admiral states cannonading and minor engagements. that he began the engagement at 9,0O0Jmeters, about six miles WJhile the Good Hope, whose gunsjjshould have been effective at BRITISH ANNEX CYPRUS. . .. t Jt tl. i1 Ji l! nine miles, am not go mco action until tne distance naa been decreased to four miles. By this time she was practically disabled formally "and on fire, and was forced to retreat under the cover of darkness. London. Nov. 5, (11:38 a. m.): Great Britian 9.2-inc- b " I resourcefulness of Admiral von Snee in assemhlino- hw vao1c nr . .WN,. l.i. O having them m a state of preparedness to meet the British fleet, New Your, Nov. 5. The following review of recent naval ac , which had been instructed to search the seas for ea.--i individual j tions in the European conflict is prepared for the. Associated Press German vessel. All these had been separated by many thousand by an expert: miles when the news was flashed to the German Admiral that Sir The defeat of the British fleet off the Chilean coast, which Christopher Cradock had steamed through the Straits of Magellan in search of his vessels. was the nrsT real sea fight of the present war, seem to have inAt the outbreakjof thejwar the German ships h:;d been scatfused new life into the German navy; so much so that a squadron tered all over the Pacific. The Gneisenau and Scharnhorst had is reported to have left the base, under the guns of Kiel, and ven- shelled Johite on September 22, the Leipsig was in the neighborhood of San Francisco, and the Dresden in West Indian waters tured as far as the English coast. yet within thirty days he had succeeded in concentrating and havThe German fleet has also- appeared off the Aland Islands in ing them ready to give battle to the enemy. the Baltic sea, where four of her battleships and four cruisers, ac companied by their flotilla of destroyers were reported Tuesday. TURKISH ARMY ON CAU- In the raid on the English coast which was principally a mine-layin- g CAS1AN FRONTIER. dash, the British gunboat halcyon was put out of action, and the submarine D-- destroyed by a mine thrown' d Petrograd, Nov. 5. A Turkish army, 90,000 strong, consistfrom a German ship she was chasing. The submarine was blown ing of the Ninth, Tenth, andJEIeventh army corps, is massed along up, and only two men were saved. the Caucasian frontier, acordin? to the Novoe Vremsya. Many Details of the great German victory in the Pacific seems to in- villages have been occupied by the outposts of this ar.ny. This Turkish army, theJNovoe Vremya continues would condicate that it was due more to strategic than numerical superiority Though the advantage in numbers may have been on the sirte of sist under normal conditions of eighty battallions of infantry, sixty, batteries of artillery containing 230 guns, and forty squadthe Germans there was little or no difference between the total dis- rons of regular cavalry, but to it has been added fifty regiments of placement and weight of metal on their broadsides. Why the Kurd cavalry amounting to 20,000 men. t Russia's sudden and energetic advance into Turkey is believed British flagship, which was 3,000 tons greater than the longest of in Petrograd to have been meant to disband and overawe the Kurd the German vessels and carried two guns in her main bat- tribes, who are little interested 'in the success of Turkish arms tery, should have allowed the Germans, with guns of no greater and are more concerned in the safety of their own villages? occupied by the Russians is Akhfcy, an important caliber than 8. 2, to virtually put her out of action, before she even Among the towns junction of the highways to the upper Euphrates rives. secured their range, is yet to be explained. It is rumored in Petrograd that'Gen. Sanders Pasha will assume command of the Turkish troops on the Caucasian frontier. RANGE OF MILE MORE. W ..-.-r- - 5 over-boar- TURKS' MINISTER OF FINANCE RESIGNS. Constantinople, Via Sofia and London, Nov. 4 (11:35 p. m.). Djavid Bey, Turkish Minister of iFinance, resigned His place in the cabinet is being filled temporarily by Talaat Bey, Minister of the Interior. DjavidJBey's resignation was fully expecteS as he has always expressed disapproval of war. A previous dispatchlreportedjthe resignation from the Turkish cabinet oi Osman Nizami Pasha, Minister Public Works: Suleiman El Bustani, Minister of Commerce, and Tschurukusla Mahmud, Minister of Marine. Thesejresignations were undoubtedly due to dissensions which arose over the Black Sea raid of the Turkish fleet which brought Turkey into the European war. to-da- y, - 0 o--f i-- -- to-da- y