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The Adair County news: October 6, 1915 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1915 ada1915100601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: October 6, 1915 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. YOLUME XVIII Ml ij y -- s NUMBER COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915. 49 A Railroad for Russell County. Got Into Deep Water. well-know- An Outrage. The Meeting. Conference Appointments. Last Wednesday morning Mr. G. R. Last Wednesday night while the Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, who is We give the names of a few preachA recent number of the Manufac- Reed, of n insur- Rapid Transit Truck and a crew of this place, ers and their homes: turer's Kecord, one of the leading ance agent, and Mr. Elmer Wheat, of men were making their way from known all over this section of KenColumbia District S. G. Shelley, trade papers of the South, has news of Jamestown, who works under Mr. Campbellsville to Columbia, the com- tucky as a theologian of marked abil- Presiding Elder; Campbellsville, J. S. the greatest interest to Russell Coun- Reed, had exciting times at the Ken- pany was attacked by either men or ity, has been assisting pastor Williams Chandler; Cane Valley, Oscar ty. It is almost too good to be true. dall ford, Cumberland river. They boys seven times, beginning some in a serie3 of meetings at the ChristColumbia, W. R. Waggoner; The article gives with some particu- were InJUr. Reed's buggy, and before miles from this place and kept up ian church. Mr. Montgomery is a Elkhorn, S. K. B.eeeding; Gradyville, larity the plans for an electric rail- reaching the river they were told it until the Cheatham Bridge was reach- matter of fact minister, and his dis- W. C. Christie; Greensburg, R. B. way from Chattanooga to Louisville, was fordable, and upon coming to the ed. The attacking parties used rocks courses evince a wonderful storepf inBailey; Monticello, M. M. Murrell; by way of Albany, Jamestown and Co- stream, drove in. The water was and one of the- drivers of a truck was formation. He has but few equals in Russell Springs, E. Pennycuff; James lumbia. In fact, the Record says swift, and before they cculd realize struck on the leg once or twioe with the Christian Church, and those who town, J. A. Wallace that the work on the first section of their situation, they were in water rocks. Mr. Short, who is the Manager side with him are justly proud of his the railway, from. Chattanooga to six feet deep, ine norse uecame of the Company, states that he has no record as a minister. He was born A. R. KaseF, Temple, Sixth and Signal Mountain, Tenn , has already scared, and after much difficulty the idea who the parties were, but his and reared five miles from Columbia", Broadway, Louisville. -- 3. commenced, and that Mr. C. E. James occupants of the vehicle got the tugs crew of men fired a number of shots and when quite a young man he knew B. M. Currie, Marcus Lindsey Methat the Adair county boys went to morial Church, Louisville. "a T. L. is negotiating with the land owners unhooked, the horse finally reaching at them. along the proposed route for the right the land. After the horse was rea heavy penalty for such the front. He started and made a Hulse, Presiding Elder Hopkinsville There is of way. We had some hint of this leased Mr. Reed and Mr Wheat stood conduct and a thorough investigation successful landing. Large congrega- district. W. F. Hcgard, Presiding great undertaking a few days ago, up in the buggy, hallooing for help. will be made in an effort to run down tions are hearing him. Elder Elizabethtown district. Lebanon Circuit, J. L. Murrell. was learned that the bridge A Mr. Vaughan hearing their cries, the guilty parties. when it The Russell's Creek Baptist by Mr. James at Rowena went to them with a boat, and they to be built Mr. Short has posted a reward of The best dollar you ever spent in would not only accommodate ordinary and the buggy were soon carried one hundred dollars for the apprehen- ciation starts at this place your life would be to join the Cash highway travel, but would also be ashore. Mr. Reed's valise was washed sion and conviction of any of the at- (Wednesday.) Union Store. You get your dollar built with a view to carrying railway from the vehicle, but found a half tacking parties. back in one small bill, for the Union' Count's Pile Remedy trains across the river. The electric mile down the stream, the contents prices are right. Now if you don't Will Vote on Stock Law. railway project is estimated to cost being ruined. Ife also lost the seat to want to join the Union, and long to 10,000,000 00. From Chattanooga to his buggy and the harness and also Has never failed to cure any case of pay a profit to some one, if you will We, the undersigned citizens and Jamestown it is to run right along- the vehicle were greatly damaged. piles, even in the most chronic form, come here I will sell you the cheapest legal voters of Egypt voting precinct, side the Short Route Dixie Highway. isjjuaranteedtobe an absolute cure goods you ever bought and then make of Adair County, Kentucky, petition It At Jamestown the railway will leave PUBLIC SALE. or money refunded. Will be sent by more off of you than two or three the Adair County Court to cause to parcel post on receipt of price 81.00. joining fees. This is a fair, square, the road and go to Louisville instead on order of said Court, diof Cincinnati. The Manufaturer's V. Sullivan, Columbia, Ky. honest proposition that was ever beI will offer for sale to the highest be enteredpoll to be opened in said 49-recting a Record has almost a full page article bidder at my farm on the Stanford fore you, and it is for your benefit, and a map of the proposed road and road one and a half miles from Co- Egypt voting precinct at the regular and you ignore it. If you don't unChallenge. railway and says that it is authorized lumbia, Ky., on Saturday, October 9th, 1915, November election, 1915, to be held in derstand it come and ask me all about said precinct, and submitting to the by Mr James to make the positive an- the following property: One Good it. I am paid to tell you. legal voters of said Egypt voting prenouncement that both the highway Work Horse, The Jamestown Basketball team Work Mule, T. G. Rasner, and the railroad will be built. In fact, four Milk Cows and three Calves, cinct the question: "Are you in favor extends a challenge to any teau in Cash Union Store. work has already been commenced on twelve Shoats. About 10,000 pounds of making it unlawful for cattle, Russell or adjoining counties to meet both. Lets everybody in Russell coun- of Hay. Farming Tools, consisting of horses, mules, Jacks, Jennets, sheep, them at Jamestown o"r at the home Monday's Speaking. ty BOOST. Let the knockers all go one Wagon, Disc Drill, Cultivator and and hogs to run at large on the public of the opposing team. away back and sit down. Great thiDgs other Plows, Mower and Rake, Buggy highways and uninclosed lands of Address all communications to E. are in store for us. We never had so and Harness and other gear, and a Egypt voting precinct of Adair Coun- A. Dunbar, Manager, Jamestown, Ky. Notwithstanding a steady rain fell ty?" bright an outlook before. all the forenoon Monday, a very re-few household goods. Given under our hands this 28th day L. Phelps, in Advance. spectable audience greeted Hon. Wanted: A cook at Lindsey-Wi- l Sale begins at 9 o'clock, a. m. of August, 1915. R. R. Moss, Thurman Dixon, who represented the son. Call or write Mrst T. E. Waggexer. L. M. Sanders, N. M. Ellis, Herbert 49-Republican party at the courthouse Columbia, Ky. Special Cash Price. Furkin, R. A, Cooley, H. H. Absher, in the afternoon, in a very gentleTo Vote on StocK Law. Silas F. Holmes, W. P. Dillingham, The case of Spottswood & Son, Lex manly speech, enthusing his friends. W. H. Case, W. H. Streeval, W. A. ington, against Jas. H. Kinnaird, He was followed by former State For Thursday and Friday, Oc- County Court, Petition. Humphress, R. O. Dillingham, Frank drew a large crowd to the. court-rooAdair SenatorCharles Carroll, of Louisville, tober 7 signed hereto and Cooley, James Cooley, Elbert Cooley, two or three days last week. The who took care of the Democratic party Your petitioner 16ilbs. Granulated sugar $1.00. who are legal voters and Tesldence in Welby Cooley, Willie F. Feese, R. N. suit was brought to recover five thou- in a very forcible way. He Santa Claussoaps7 cakes for .25. voting precinct of Adair County, Ky., Sherrill, T. B. Murrell, R. E. Murrell, sand dollars from Mr. Kinnaird on paid high tribute to the Democratic breach of contract, in disposing of a ticket, speaking in glowing terms of Good Fresh roasted Coffee .25, No. 5, known as Grady ville voting pie- - C. W. Cundiff. cinct hereby ask the County to enter large lot of lumber to the Spottswood Hon. A. O. Stanley, our candidate for sells for 22 cents. Married in Washington. an order of said County submitting to Company. After the case had been Governor, and did not forget to comCalumet Baking powder, 20 cts. the legal voters of said precinct to be ably argued by attorneys of both sides, pliment all the officials of the present Miss Ethel Hopkins, of Seattle, and sells 14 cts. voted on at the regular November the jury brought in a verdict of one administration, and our candidate for 20cts. election, 1015. The question as to Mr. Edmin T. Baker, of Tacoma, thousand dollars against the defend- the State Senate, R. B. Trigg. The 1 lb. can 25cts., seller 8cts. whether or not cattle of any species Washington, were married at Everett, ant. A motion for a new trial was Democrats were delighted with his 6 oz. can, lOcts., seller, that State, recently. The groom is a Star Naptha Washing Powder 6 shall be permitted to ran at large in son of Mr. H. E. Baker, of this place, made and overuled, and the case goes speech, and we take it that the ' Re said precinct to include all cattle of publicans were satisfied with. Mr. to the Court of Appeals. boxes 25cts, the cow kind, horse3. mul es, jacks, and cast his lot in "Washington '.about Dixon's effort. On the Square tobacco 2 plugs .25. jennetts, hogs, sheep, and goats. four years ago. For some time s For the next weekj I will pay 20c. 1. 1 i. .25. JSZuL. Grady, W. J. Jones, W. M. been engaged in the railroad4 business cash" or 22c. in the store for eggs. "Cup" tobacco 3 plugs Public Sale. and has been doing well In his ... adopt Flowers &Patteson. . Wilmore, Eugene Nell, Jr T. Rose, ed home. The bride is said to be an 'b..M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. 49-- tt - - "1 J. F. Gilpin, J. A. Gilpin, Joel R. , beOn Saturday the 9th day of this -Moore, C. F. Richard, John Comer, accomplished and fine young.,dady, Going to Campellsville. ing of a splendid family. Mk Baker's month, I. will sell At public outcry, at. g tf J A. Parson, J. E. Richard, C. H. host of friends here at Ms old home Mr. F H. Durham has purchased my residence, 'jcuiJoiumDia, iui "W? Yvvrnt- Morrison, Ed Montgomery, Jim MontMr. Hnry Ingram's one-hainterest Mr. S. D. Barbee has'sol'dhis farm, gomery E, R. Baker; Josiah Hunter, wish for him ind his bride much hap in the Claud Hurt property, consid- household goods; .The articles jto ibe ",1 : 3t uture. ' on good lying near the Cheathabi fridge, "to George Gilpin; T.--Dowell, M. E. piness and good luck eration $900. Mr. Tiurham and Mr. disposed of aredesirable.condition, and l. Thtf'Camphellsvllle are useful and Coffey. Consideration, Compton, S.'T.-TarteMr. J. N. Strong Hill, Henry Hurt, who owns the other half t The sale will start at 2 p. m; . twenty-fiv- e hundred dollars. Robfc Grady. Interest in said property, will be asNotice, J. ST. fiussell." Mr. Barbee has bought the, lease, sociated together In running the Grin-stea- d furniture, etc., of the Campbellsville poultry business at this place. Hogs Wanted. Program. Hotel from Iven Thomas, who has will be In Roily Friday, the 15th, They will build a large poultry house I been running the house for several for the purbose of collecting taxes. on the lot, between where the livery The follow log program was arrangWe want to buy eight or ten stock AtKnlfleythe next day, the 16th. years, and will remove his family to was burned and the residence ed for the October meeting of the hogs that will weigh from 80 to 125 Property holders are urged to meet barn that city in a very short time. They hope to have the building up in "Twentieth Century Self Culture Mr. Barbee will evidently command pounds. me as It will be the last opportunity about two weeks Club," which meets Tuesday afternoon, Moss & Chandler. a large portion of the travel from to pay outside ofthe office. Adair and adjoining counties, as he S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff. Invitations have been received here the 12th, inst., at 3 o'clock, with Miss W." E. Bradshaw, who has been Mr. has a widespread acquaintance. Mrs. announcing the coming wedding of Victoria Hughes. All members are t Barbee knows how to have the best in the milling business .at McKinney, Lucile Smith, of Indianapolis, urged to be present as a definite meetRev. West, who has been here fori Miss edibles prepared, hence the wayfarers Ky., has sold his interest to J. L. Karl Bullard, which will occur ing place will be decided on on6 centhe past week, preached two interest- October 12th. Miss Smith, who Is a trally located: can rest assured that they will be well McKechnie, of Burnside, Ky. Mr. ing sermons at the U. B. Church last taken care of under Mr. Barbee's Bradshaw will likely go to Harriman, Sunday forenoon and evening. Next niece of Mr. Talmage Smith, will be Paper Mrs. George Staples. General Discussion Miss Sue King. will engage in a general Tenn., and by many here, she having management of the hotel. Sunday he will fill the pulpit at this remembered Children's Literature-Mi- ss feed business. Mr. Bradshaw is a son home of Mr. W. T. A visited in the Octavia Reed. Mr. G- - A. Bradshaw, who lives at church, afternoon and evening. of two summers ago. Miss Lost. Sunday School will also be organized Books In the Home-M-rs. Montpelier, this county. will leave Saturday i..f3 ttd George Stults. at 9.00 o'clock, a. m." for Indianapolis and will be one of A bay horse mule, with, right eye Dr. B. F. Taylor and Dr. James A Neglected Duty-M- rs. We have bought the stock of Mer- the bridVs maids. Eras Barger. out. Finder return to Waller Hurt, Taylor have removed from East Fork chandise of L. W. Bennett and will to Columbia and are occupying their sell at reduced prices. Gadberry, Ky. The Home Library-M-iss A little's ve year old daughter of new residence, on Burkesville street. Victoria Hughes.-Jenny- e v Mr. and Mrs Mont HaVmon was opI taiucuur uro3. IU A letter from J. F. Logan, Macomb, They both have excellent-familieMcFarland, See'y. and erated upon for appendicitis in Sf. III , enclosing his subscription, states they will be valuable acquisitions to Four of the .best' cattle in Adair Anthony Hospital, Louisville, last that he Is farming and has 90 acres in this community. The people generally county were sole!, last Friday,vby Mr, week,- The operation was., a success, Mr. J. C. Yates, of Bradfordaville, corn that will make 65 bushels to the are glad that they have become resi- James Holladaylo'Mf. Braxton Mas-- and when Dr.iC. M. Russell, who con will please accept our thanks for Baldwin apples, grown on s'ie. They brought per head, 3101.321 acre. He also states that he will visit dents of Columbia. veyed the little patient to Louisville, two dozen They weigh from 16 to 18 cents. his place. Columbia next summer. left the hospital she wa getting along ounces each and are perfect beauties. Messrs. E. L. and Al Sinclair have ' The first of Jast week Mrs. I. S. nicely. He says that his orchard turned out If vou want to eet an estimate of purchased Mr. L. W. Bennett's stock Taylor, of Falrplay, fell and Broke 500 to 700 bushels of apples and general merchandise and will con the number of pupils in school in of My Fall stock of goods have arrived from leg just above the ankle. Dr. his hogs are not able to consume the next tinue the business at the sajne stand-nor- th her left Adair county, be in Columbia Cartwright was called and reduced and on the shelf. I also have added a waste. He has made an abundance of corner of public square. Friday, the 8th. The contests will be line of shoes, and invite all my old the fracture. and intimates that he is looking at the Fair Grounds. customers also new ones to come in cider, is very fond of Mr. A. B. Corbin and Miss Emma Geo. H. Nell bought two hogs from my stock. I will do you for Melvin White, who Besides an abundant of the Absher neighborhood, Trabue Wickliff, last week, that and inspect Five thousand people are expected Trlplett, that drink. D. M. Moore,- right. to be in Columbia next Friday, School were married last Saturday afternoon weighed 950 pounds, He paid for the 49 2t fruit crop, Mr. Yates'farm turned eut Ky. Garlin, hua-dre- d by Rev. Chapin, at the of the two $55.00. home Rally Day. There are about one an abundance of all kinds of feed, hay will be minister, this place, corn, etc. The 11m apples mentieaed schools in Adair and they Mr. J. B, Cave has left at this office Mr. F. L,Selby, of Es'to, sold office. here in & body. three walnuts eoTsred with one hull, ,bf 'cattle in Lebanon and can be seen at this Mr. ILL, Mitchell will please which is said to'be a very unusual Springfield fasteekat an average of Born, to the wlfe.pf Asa Loy, on o nioa growth1. Hand organs and ateftksfs struck cept our thanks for a around." th.4$li Inst., a dauWr. . 6t cents Cap-shaw; 2t -- one6-year-o!- d 1 lt and-8,onl- m &rntJm he-ha- ', Vte lf in-th- e News-Journa- r, Tax-payer- s. ,'. 49-t- f. 49-2- to-M-r. Mc-Farla- nd 49-l- t. s - forty-fo'urhe- ad ac-bask- et "V ''"' THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS OPENING GUN IS FIRED BY STANLEY Thousands Attend Rally of Kentucky Democrats at Glasgow Party Leaders Jubilant Burgoo Is Served In Huge Quantities Stanley Explains Democratic Platform and Says He Will Carry Out Good Road Pledges Rousts the , -- Republicans. Glasgow, Ky, September 20. Special trains conveyed thousands of Kentucky Democrats, from all sections of the state, to the noteworthy event of the formal opening of the Democratic campaign for state, judicial and legislative offices. The sparkling oratory of former Congressman A. O. Stanley, their nominee, pleased the multitude of voters and for the cause of Democracy. Sir. Stanley spoke, in part, as follows: On the 31st day of August,. 1915, the Democracy of Kentucky in Convention assembled, rededicated itself to the service of the people and the A. O. 8TANLEY. faith of the Fathers, by adopting without a dissenting voice, a platform Epecifically pledging its nominees to the highest service of the commonwealth. Not the least Important of its covenants was an unequivocal pledge to stubbornly oppose that most insidious foe to every righteous reform "invisible government" On the same day, the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York heard from the Hps of its President, Elihu Root, jud surprising when you consider the previous political alignments of the speaker and the character of his auditors. "What is," said Mr. Root, "the Government of this State, the Gov-- ' ernment of the Constitution? Oh, ' no; not half of the time or half way. the Government of the State has presented two different j lines of activity, one of the consti-- ! tutional and statutory officers of ' the State, and the other they jcall them party bosses the system they ' call "invisible government." ' " It Is all wrong. It is all wrong that the Government not au . thorized, by the people should be continued superior to the Gpvern- ment that Is authorized by the peo-- ' pie." Says Mr. Root, the fake government even in the imperial State of New .York for years has been stronger than the true government. The inordinate power of such a government is not realized because it is not seen. Were all its selfish, and sinister purposes, all its secret operations, all its mul titudinous misdeeds exposed in their naked hideousness to the view of hon-es- t men, they would recoil in disgust and horror from this modern and monstrous perversion of popular gov ernment. Every public servant, every political organization seeks preferment or power, either through, public approval or the secret favor of this and unseen Influence known as "invisible government" Public men and political organizations have displayed a morbid ingenuity In their efforts to secure the approval of an unsuspecting public by glittering geu eralities and meaningless platitudes while filling their slush funds from It Inexhaustible coffers. An alert ana discerning public demands not high Bounding professions of party loyalty but It demands explicit promises, the adoption of concrete reforms and the temedy of known abuses the restraint of the activities of the .lobbyist and the lawlessness of the trust Such legislation while demanded. by the people Is peculiarly obnoxious to tkwie who are to be affected by It, '. , 1 a most startling declaration, the more and noiseless hostility- of .'Invisible government' The makers of party platforms, and the candidates upon them, often find themselves between the conflicting forces which. Root so graphically described, the people demanding a .pledge of faithful .service and the interests the omission of such pledges-- For that reason, more significance should attach to the omissions in a political platform than in the things which are actually said. From the things which are said, you can, In a measure, determine what llie party proposes to do for the people, and from those things which are omitted, you. may know with reasonable certainty what the same party is about to do to them. Thus it will be seen there is an endless conflict between the advocates of honest government and these emissaries of plunder and privilege, who come to party leaders like NIcodemus by night, insisting upon silence and a covert understanding to commit the party to no policy which may result in the punishment of their crimes or the protection of the public. The platform of a political party has an infinitely greater significance than the utterances of its candidate. One is the solemn covenant of the many thousands of men and the other is perchance the private opinion of a single individual. Analysis of the Republican Platform. For that reason, I shall in the very beginning, call your attention to a brief analysis of the declarations upon which all the candidates of the Republican Party stand and which has been described by the head of the ticket as his party's "word of honor" which "when accepted by the suffrage of the people to whom it is given, becomes a solemn contract sealed with the great seal of the Commonwealth. A covenant with the people of Kentucky." What covenant has Mr. Morrow or his party made to protect the State from the "miners and sappers" of every form of free government and honest endeavor? Search It, and from beginning to end, from Alpha to Omega, there is not a line, not a word, not a syllable against "invisible government," not a pledge to the people to cleanse the Legislature of corruption or the corruptionist, not a semblance of an plank or an anti-trudeclaration. ,Why in the name of reason and justice and common sense, did not my distinguished opponent, who was present when that platform was reported, arise in that Convention and say then as he says now, "the Third House is still greater than the people's house; still throws upon it its dark and damning shadow; while open graft and brazen lobbying is charged by Kentucky's greatest Democratic editor?" Why did he utter no warning that such an omission would be regarded as the evidence of inexcusable Ignorance or the badge of cowardness and of shame? He calls a Democratic Legislature to task for falling to pass an bill, but neither he nor his party offer to the people one ray of hope that in the event of his election he will suggest or will enact, such a law. Invisible Government The Democracy of Kentucky, pure and undented, has declared war upon this monstrous thing, 'invisible Government' Elihu Root on the same day in the very citadel of privilege and plunder admitted: "Both parties are alike; all parties are alike. The system extends through all. I assert this perversion of democracy, this robbing of democracy of its virility can be changed as truly as the system under which Walpole governed the Commons of England by bribery, as truly as the atmosphere which made the Credit Mobilier scandal possible In the Congress of the United States and has been blown away by the force of public opinion. anti-lobb- y st -- - State of Kentucky, and the dozen men are the Committee on Resolutions which, on the 15th of last June, wrote the platform upon which Mr. Morrow stands. During more than a decade in the pub- llcan" national or Slate admfnlstraflbns. Looking back over an era of crimination and recrimination, of folly, failure, perfidy and ruin In national affairs, and of force, violence, bloodshed and incompetence in the conduct of the State Government, the silence of this party, or its wise refusal to mention with approval lic service, the best years of my life have is, in effect, a pathetic appeal to the f freely given to fighting this abominable people of Kentucky to let "the dead past thing wherever it raised its Meduca head bury Its dead" and to forget the blunin the State or In the natloa I unearthders of those whom even their friend3 ed the ground wire that connected the dare not defend Senate of the United States with 111 Republican Repudiation of Platform Fifth avenue. New York, between the Pledges. desk of Nelson A. Aldrich and the home The Democrats of Kentucky will not of the trust. I have turned the light soon forget that In 1903 this party in a upon the most intimate and secret conarference between the masters of high solemn platform declaration fiercelyexerfinance and the servants of the people. raigned a Democratic executive "for cising the pardoning power to subserve I have spread upon the records of Congress the checks and vouchers, the in- political and partisan purposes with the disputable proof of their scarlet sin. In certain effect of encouraging crime by Kentucky I have without regard to its virtually rendering criminals of Demoeffect upon my own political future or cratic faith Immune from punishment." upon any political party, without regard In 1903 this same party was not warm to friend or foe. Democrat or Republican, In the saddle before its Republican Govhave I declared, and now maintain, war ernor brazenly proceeded to commit the to the knife and the knife to the hilt crime it had solemnly denounced and to against the emissaries of 'Invisible gov- do the dastardly deed from which by ernment It is known of all men that necessary Inference he was forever bound there is not a single soul in that reeking to abstain: liberating assassins, whose fortress of financial crookedness and po- brutal butchery covered all Kentucky litical sin known "as the Shack that with a pall of sorrow and bedewed the Graft built" from Its master mind, to the eyes and crimsoned the cheeks of brave meanest sniper within its walls, who Is men with tears of sorrow and blushes not politically and personally hostile and of shame, acts that have appalled the ready and willing to lend aid and com- conscience of the world, and today, in fort to any old enemy of this ticket. their unpunished enormity, "smell to any man or any incident in its history, anti-lobb- y "We can take this one step toward not robbing the neoDle of their nart in government, but toward robbing an irresponsible autocracy of its in defensible and unjust and undemocratic control of government, and restoring it to the people to be es? ercised by the men of their choice and their control." From the north woods to the Everglades of Florida and from Cape May to the Golden Gate, from the valleys to the mountain tops, the length and breadth of the land is filled with, what Mr. Root has well described as the "deep and. sullen and resentment at being governed by men not of the people's choosing." It was war upon invisible government', it was the declaration of the new freedom, inspiring a trumpet's call, that made the eloquent school-masteof- New Jersey first its Governor and then the President of the United States. The exposure of this hidden and abominable thing by the courageous representatives of the people has been the crowning glory of the 63rd Congress, rich as it Is in achievement and historic in great tasks nobly done. There Is bub one State In the Union that can boast of a dozen intelligent men and but one party on earth, that possesses a polltl-caorganization which Is either ignorant of the existence of Invisible government or too corrupt or too cowardly to say anything about It that long-continue- d r, - n tW-t- Itmz' ft uniMft&e Drtx II- - lie. Republican-Part- y p. j .,?.. i. i , othe i Democratic or Republican, Progressive or what not. It is inconceivable that the men who wrote the ilepubllcan platform and named Its nominees should never have heard until Mr. Morrow fired his opening gun "that the Third House is greater than the People's nousc. Will the intelligent citizenship of Kentucky entrust a party with power that knows nothing of invisible government, or, knowing, is too timid or too corrupt to give you its solemn pledge to destroy it? Or is it that those more potent and more silent than Mr. Morrow, high in his party's councils, the powers behind the throne, realize how easy it is to secure thi sinews of war and the aid of all the cohorts, chicane and crookedness, if only they will agree to stand with their fingers on their lips and allow the Democratic party and its nominees alone to champion the cause of the oppressed against the oppressor and to advance unaided and unsustained against this unseen and inveterate foe of popular govInfluence, ernment, this deadly as the breath of the Upas or the Olivlc, under whose blighting shade every Impulse of honesty, every patriotic aspiration must wither and decay. I have never sought the suffrage of the people of Kentucky without formally reasserting my fixed and unalterable opposition to those influences which have too often made constitutional government a mockery and a sham, and constitutional officers not the servants of the people, but the tools and pawns of special interests. In a letter addressed to the public on December 19. 1912, I declared: "The Interests seeking special favors can never be tolerated by a party whose prime purpose Is to strip those Interests of every undue advantage and every privilege obtained by the operation of bad laws or the violation of good ones." On January 17 last, in announcing my candidacy for Governor, I declared: "I willingly surrendered a seat in Congress to fight above all else that most insidious and abominable menace to the liberties and property rights of a free people 'Invisible government' powers nominally vested In benevolent and respectable figures, actually exercised by the covert and cunning emisg saries of every and Interest fortunate enough to have a friend in court. "If elected Governor of Kentucky I solemnly and earnestly pledge the people of the commonwealth here and now that I will turn the calcium light upon the lobbyist and upon all who seek to secure positions of honor or privilege by any secret or unholy alliance with him." The pledge made as a candidate I am prepared to keep as your nominee and as Sour Governor. No Antitrust Plank. Not the creation, but the equitable distribution of wealth, is the great problem confronting ttie lawmakers of America. Men everywhere realize more and more that inordinate wealth and widespread penury are in great measure attributable to this Inequitable distribution, secured by illegal combinations of capital and the creation of gigantic monopolies. Laws governing the capitalization of corporations, regulating the operation of common carriers, forbidding the formation of holding companies, the interlocking of directorates and other multi farious devices for the destruction of competition and the prevention of the free operation of the natural law of supply and demand, fill the statutes of the various States and the Federal Government alike. The one act calculated to protect the people of Kentucky from exploitation and plunder by trusts and monopolies has been declared unconstitutional, and today this State stands naked and defenseless, a prey to every crooked combination and every form of corporate iniquity, a snug harbor for every commercial pirate seeking refuge from the wise legislation and the righteous wrath of n sister States. The fact that this yawning chasm is only legal defense yet proleft in the vided has caused an apprenenslon little short of consternation among thoughtful and discerning men. In the face of this appalling state of affairs the Republican platform contains no antitrust plank, no pledge to curb corporate greed or to punish" corporate crime The reason is not far to seek; it prefers to betray the people rather than offend the interests. Republican Convention Refuses to Endorse Its Own Administrations, State and National. An examination of the State or natlon- al platforms of either party in Kentucky discloses the iact that hitherto no two have been alike. This is necessarily so where platforms are written in good faith. Political organizations at stated periods promulgate platforms in order that they may apply immutable principles to constantly changing conditions. To state the attitude of the party on vital and living issues to outline an original program for future legislation requires constructive statesmanship, and constructive statesmanship is a lost art with the reactionary Republicanism of Kentucky. The reference to the protection of American industries and labor is a veiled h endorsement of the malodorous act, the last utterance of the Republican party on the subject. I had thought that after a similar approval of that act had Bent President Taft to political oblivion, and his organization to the Junk heap, that "there were none so poor as to do it reverence," but the convention at Lexington has placed a last withered posey above its petrifying remains. In fact the last Republican convention did not attempt to write a new platform. It merely repaired an old one, and It botched the job. Hitherto Republican platforms have usually followed a sort of formula first endorsing previous national and State administrations, and with the sole exception of this uniaue assem blage they have hitherto been, strong on the "point wim pnae ana -- viewing with alarm" stunt. In fact, they have, "pointed with pride" on several occasions when It evidenced, more gall than discretion. And yet that party which, had the stomach In 1900 "to endorse without reissue the resetute an? patriotic course of w. 8. Taylor in resisting with all the power ofat his command the usurptlon of the has fice to which the people elected him" at this1 good hour never a word to ay in oasamoadailon !Uwr at tka Tttateb- favor-seekintax-dodgi- ng forty-seve- Payne-Aldrlc- heaven." Taylor, Finley, Howard and Powers were all turned loose and secure, and a Republican Governor, with "an eye of parchment and a cheek of stone" deliberately dared to do the thing his party had solemnly damned in order that he and his kind might "subserve political and partisan purposes with the certain effect of encouraging crime by vlrtuallj rendering criminal of (Republican) faith immune from punishment." Morrow Would Straddle Two or More Platforms. It may be that the nominee of the Republican party feels some part of the sentiment which he has so gracefully expressed. In that event, he is totally out of harmony with his party and is already The organiza"off of the reservation." he is and to tion whose rr whom, prior to June 15, he delegated the right to speak for him on various anil Vexed public questions, has not hesitated to express its contempt for the validity of platform pledges. The platform upon which Mr. Morrow was nominated declared: "We favor the enactment of a Jaw which shall permit prty nominations without regard to the party affiliations of the candidates." "We favor," says this party, "amendments to the State law permitting and encouraging nominations of the same candidate by the different parties." I have long suspected that certain Republican leaders were prone to practice this Janus faced diplomacy, but 1 hardly thought they would compel the "quick-chanartist" to play his "Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde" politics in the very presence of the people. Let us suppose that such a platform declaration had the force and effect of existing law, what would be the result? The various parties have made their platforms which Mr. Morrow says are a solemn covenant and when adopted by the people have the binding effect of a "con tract sealed with the great seal ot the commonwealth." As the nominee of both factions of his party he would necessarily find himself committed to two platforms. Let us imagine him speaking to a stand-paudience on the platform for which he professes such profound reverence and to which he promises such implicit obedience. He would doubtless edify his admirers with the statement that he proposes to preserve and enforce the County Unit law now upon the statute books. ".bellow citizens." says Mr. Morrow, "is it not my covenant, my 'solemn contract, signed with the great seal of the commonwealth,' that "We now declare our continued adherence to the County Unit law, and we do hereby endorse the present County Unit law of Kentucky and pledge ourselves to Its strict and rigid enforcement" The next day we find him upon the other platform surrounded by admiring Moosers and declaring: "Is it not my party's covenent, a 'solemn contract signed with the great seal of the commonwealth, that "The Progressive party of Kentucky pledges Itself to submit to a vote of the State, an amendment to our State Constitution forever prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors in Kentucky." Support me, brave Moosers, for you have a "solemn contract sealed with the great seal of the commonwealth," that the County Unit shall be sent to the ding prohibition enand State-wid- e forced, and that without delay. On the following day the Republican nominee will return to the old fold, will assure his friends in the large cities who are somewhat uneasy about this Woman Suffrage agitation, that the Republican party positively refuses to state its position upon that question "Expressly reserving the right of all Republicans to vote upon the question of Woman Suffrage as they see fit." And the "presto! change" my handsome and accomplished opponent back in the Bull Moose camp, the Idol of the ladies, he assures the cheering suffragists that "We Moosers. he and she alike "Desire to reiterate our belief In the Just principles of Woman Suffrage, and urge upon the next Legislature to submit the question to the voters of Kentucky." This, they are told, is not an Idle utterance, but a solemn covenant made to be kept by "us Progressives," a contract "under the great seal of the commonwealth." But worse, and last of all. Imagine my gifted and distinguished friend, proud of his stalwart Republican forbears, and of the great standpatters who have added luster to his honored name. Imagine him quoting again the language of the last national Republican platform to the delectation of a Bourbon Republicanism: "We Invite the intelligent Judgment of the American people upon the administration of William H. Taft that legislation is a record on which any administration might appeal with confidence to the favorable Judgment of history." And then, far removed from the very echoes of his last utterance, facing those who have spewed from their mouths the g and invertebrate Taft. and who still worship their Idol of the Big oucn. me oniy ana strenuous xeaay, imagine the same Edwin P.. Morrow declaring: "We reaffirm our unswerving allegiance to our greatest champion, Theodore Roosevelt." Such a principle makes party declarations "false as dicers' oaths." A covenant with the people, "a solemn contract, under the great seal of the commonwealth?" No. Not a pledge, but a. trap. Not a promise of reform, but a delusive bait for the unwary, changed while you wait. Oh, the old elephant is down with senile debility, the Bull Moose Is tip for repairs and out of the ruins of the discarded carcasses of these Impotent beasts despairing Republicanism would construct a hybred monster upon which to ride into office,, a sort of half reactionary and half d progressive, a emblem, with one blinking face to the dawn and oua. sombre countenance turned toward the setting sun. This new adversary of Democracy, Progressive and Reactionary, bound to conflicting platforms, may truthfully say to the people- of KeHttckyi "I doa't, know where I am going, nor do I really care, but I am oa ray way to a Job, and that is the real wyese. of my red-hand- ed pre-?ntatige Mr. Morrow arraigns the last Democratic administration for a willful breach of covenant: That In violation of a promise of "retrenchment and reform," that we have been guilty of "wanton, useless and reckless extravagance," resulting In "an empty Treasury and a bankrupt State." "The Democratic party." says Mr. Morrow, "came Into control of tha three branches of the government January 1. 1012. On this day there were outs'indlng unpaid warrants against the Treasury amounting in figures to $560,000 On Augustround 1915. 31, there were outstanding against the State unpaid interest-bearin- g warrants amounting to $3,273,000. He therefore assumes the State to ba $3,275,000 in debt, an inference absolutely unwarranted by the record and reached by an artful juggling of figures, unworthy of my distinguished opponent. As is well known, nearly all the State's revenues collected during the last three months of the year, while the running expenses of the Government are about the same, one month with another, so that, however free from debt the State may be at the end of the year, on the last of August or the first of September, Its outstanding obligations will necessarily exceed by hundreds of thousands. if not millions, the amount then on hand to meet these obligations. Just as a farmer having an annual income, say, of $2,000, the major portion of which is derived from the sale of tobacco or corn, and other products in the fall and winter, would probably find on the first of July that his indebtedness exceeds by several hundred dollars his cash on hand. If, however, this does not exceed the income wnicn ne mignt reasonably anticipate from the sale of his products, it can not be truthfully said that he is in debt or Improvident and bankrupt. The unfairness of artfully selecting a time when 75 per cent of the State's expenses having been Incurred, with practically all its revenues uncollected. Is abundantly illustrated by applying the same test to the Republican administration of which Mr. Morrow speaks In such glowing terms He says that on January 1. 1912, the outstanding warrants against his administration amounted in round figures to $360,000, and yet on August 31, 1911, one year previous (the time cunningly chisen by Mr. Morrow) the Republican party faced a deficit of In order that we may form an accurate estimate of the relative efficiency and economy of the present administration and its Republican predecessor, it is only just to compare the fiscal condition of both for identical periods. The present Democratic administration came into power January 1, 1312, and has. 'therefore, been in control three years and eight months, i e., from January 1, 1912. to August 31. 1913. To make a fair comparison between the. two administrations, we must take the same relative period pf time for both as a basis of comparison; that is, the Democratic administration from January 1. 1912, to August 31, 1915, and the Republican administration from January 6, 1903. to August 31, 1911. The following table shows the comparative receipts and expenditures of the two administrations for identical periods: Republican Administration from January 6, 1908, to August 31, 1911. Receipts from all sources.... $23,097,329.47 .,asn received from former Democratic administration, January 1, 190S 1,013,035.72 at $24,110,535.13 Total Democratic Administration from January 1, 1912, to August 31, 1915. Receipts from all sources... . $26,570,375.23 Less deficit in Treasury January 1, 1912 290.697.55 526.279.G77.72 Total The Democratic administration has received during the same relative period of time $2,169,272.33 more than the Republican administration. The official figures from the Auditor's office show that the last Republican administration faced a deficit in the State Treasury on August 31. 1911. of that on August 31. 1913, there was a deficit in the State Treasury of or $1,336,339.83 greater than the deficit of August 31. 1911. That is. the present Democratic administration has received In revenues for the same relative period $2,169,272.53 and has expended in all $3,506,112.40 more than the preceding Republican administration. The total appropriation made by the Legislatures of 1912 and 1914 to carry out platform pledges and In response to a widespread popular demand for progressive legislation in the interest of education and agriculture, of humanity, in the better care of inmates in our charitable Institutions, for the maintenance of aged and dependent Confederate veterans, and for other worthy purposes, amounted to a total of $3,673,472. Had the General Assemblies of 1912 and 1914 made none of these appropriations, the Treasury on August 31. 1912. would have shown a cash balance of $2,230,424.53 instead of a deficit Of $2,443,019.20. But Mr. Morrow goes farther and grows worse, stating "that the State has been plunged $2,713,000 deeper into debt, making a total additional expenditure in tha public revenues of $5,727,000," or more than is shown by the official figures. Mr. Morrow is either very badly advised or he is a reckless guesser. This Is but one of many Instances showing that hep is much more picturesque than 8.CCU rfl t It Is reasonably certain and may well be assumed that after the collection of anticipated revenues on the 1st of January, 1916, the State deficit will not exceed $1,000,000. Does that Justify the that reckless statement of Mr. Morrow three "this is a bankrupt State?" Cana combankrupt million dollars of debt monwealth the value of whose property exceeds a billion dollars? What assurance have we that this state of hopeless insolvency, even if it actually existed, would be remedied by turning Kentucky over, "boots and breeches, to and Taylor. Do the successors of Wilson fifty years have those states which for Republican rebeen under an unbroken gime show such freedom from debt, such prosperity as to Justify this most perilous remedy? Bonded Indebtedness of Republican States. Take Maine, Republican for fif ty years, Llttlefleld the home of Dingiey, Reed, the condius compare and Blaine. Let Kentucky, this Repubtion of poor old lican paradise. The real and personal property of Kentucky Is valued at $346,454,020. That property pays a tax rate of $5 per thousand, with no bonded indebtedness. Maine has less than half the amount of taxable property of Kentucky. L e. $430,025,462, and yet the tax rate reaches the appalling sum of $23.50 on the thousand dollars, with a bonded debt of $659,000. Connecticut, Republican almost continuously for the last half century, has practically the same amount of as Kentucky, $843,399,019, with a bonded debt of $7,064,100. than New Hampshire, with less rate of $16 of property, has a tax on the thousand and a bonded Indebtedness of $1,166,000. Republican State of d The Pennsylvania has a bonded indebtedness of $125,614,702. the home of Little Rhode Island, less property than with $200,000,000 Kentucky, has managed, under the wise economy of an unbroken Republican administration for generations to get along with only $5,041,572 of bonded, Indebted-Bes- s. of the wealth of Utah, with Kentucky, underthe beneficent control iatf a Uxrcfad TaBMh- of fUed Sk" $1,103.-209.3- 7: $1,378.-160.13 bow-wo- easy-goin- taxable-propert- $400.-000,0- 00 rock-ribbe- Janus-heade- Aid-ric- h, - one-four- th ruftrtlfln-i- r m , (Coacluded ob p9 7J -- .iisv.. THE ADAIR COUNTYrNEWS .ti8e?e jg i& Wise and Otherwise. 88-e-esmmm$ ' -- m A lazy man man makes much ado about nothing. Men, like pins, are no good if 4f PUBLIC SALE 1915. At Highland View Stock Farm, Near Lebanon, Ky. 1 i Wednesday, October 20, There will be 22 head of Horses, some of the best bred In Kentucky. 20 head of Mules. These Mules are in fine condition and of good size. 32 Duroc Jersey Hogs. 20 head of Black Poll Angus Cattle, Calves, Heifers and Steers. Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw. House and Building Lots in Lebanon. Terms: Sums of $20. and under, Cash. Over that Amount, Twelve months time and Bankable note. Cordial invitation extended to all. they lose their heads. Pennsylvania law requires churches to have fire escapes. But isn't a church a fire escape? REMEMBER :s&i Whep At Our 'ooj v This is the "Thornhill" Wagon- -the Wagon that Must Make Good - SO? JOHN B. WATHAN, Lebanon, Ky. $ Drag StWfTW t Air. HODeiX xi. iNorris, ano. j.300 xxen- yy St, North Berkeley, CaL, writes: ""We have never had any other medicine hut Peruna in our home since we have been married. I Suffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with Peruna made me a well and strong man. My, wife felt weak and wa3 easily tired and was also troubled with various pains, but since she took Peruna she is well and strong." STOP AT THE GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. suffer in silence usually have a lot to say ubout Those who The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are' made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skeiiL Each skein is use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to' its axle with a Defiance mato insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine fof oak thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest nickory They have an iron plate at top and the steel axles of the best refined steeL riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds are tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gi- -s ' 'hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. u all points. This is an exclusive Come in and see this wagon sold pt .ltiornhiir leatvre. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. of master workmen non-breaka- bot-jto- m, it afterwards. The man who says he is glad he is married is either an optimist or a liar. when money talks a woman can always manage to get in the last word. Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s sow By WOODSON GREENSBURG, The Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest priced LEWIS KENTUCKY. chun-;- t RT? Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations. in Far Famed Old Kentucky. Even but the best, and in the end ths czmia EVERYTHING IN It's up in Old Kentucky, where they never have the blues, You Can Enjoy Life . Where the Captain kills the Colonel and the Colonel kills the "booze," Where the horses they are pretty, and the women they are too, Where they shoot men for pastime when there's nothing else to do. Where the blood it flows like water, and the bullets fly like hail, Where every pistol has a pocket, and every coat has a tail, Where they always hang the jury, but they never hang the man, Where you call a man a liar, and then go home if you can. Where you go out in the morning, just to give your health a chance, And they bring you home at nightfall, with buckshot in your pants, Where the owl's afraid to holler, and the birds don't dare to sing, For it's H - in Old Kentucky, where they shoot 'em on the wing. -- 1 G&aGJL tfgsSSm Dyspepsia before and after eacbjmealSoId only wy us 4oc a aos,r J Paul I Drug Co. Tablet c HOOFING Asphalt. Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Opportunity never troubles a man if thers is nothing in him. Women do not like new wrin- and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. kles any more than they do old ones. The early bird that monkeys with the early bee is apt to get tsung. What Is the Best Remedy For' Constipation? Ji question asked us many times This is a Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. incorporated 1 12-116 Works Wonders for Sick Women STELLA-VITA- E Eaat Matfcet Street Between First and Brook have told us the same Btory distress after eating, gases, heartburn. A Yes Many People each day. I he answer 13 - Louisville, Birdseve view 'of our Plant Ky". cured this woman, who had suffered for 25 years. Give it a chance to cure YOU! HAS DONB WHAT STELLA-VITA- S for one woman It well told by Mr. S. J. who gratefully Hendrix, of Posey. Texas, We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. before and after each meal vyfll relievs you. Sold only by us 25c. stf Paull Drug Co. Breeding. writes ui: Tcr tvt&ty.fir yctrt Z bid from est to ttmtlt three Doctor! truting sir wH troatlei, and tried Tirloni pftUst medionly received temporary cine! ft&d the and to relief. W tried STELLA-VITA- S to It etr icrpriiethe reitored her did better vos rer bid. 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Thought the historians bia one day last week. had killed that old codger long Jeff Harvey, who travels for ago. the Ohio Hosiery Co., is having Jeff Harvey has moved his mother in the house with him. Mrs. Harvey has been confined We sell thoasands of them and we have never seen a better remedy for ths td her bed for several years. bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. She has rheumatism. Paull Drug Ce. Verna Shives was at Columbia Saturday with a load of Few men live Jong enough to last poultry and eggs. discover how much their friends Harrison Frodge is having appreciate them. him a new house built. We have a pleasanb laxative that will do Just what you want it to do. "Largest m Dixie" sion, banishes the terrors of those periods so dreaded by weak, nervn women. ous, STELLA-VITA- S Do Not Gripe a good trade. W. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated does sot force Mtarc. mad it of remarkable benefit at ell tines aad usder all condition. Itt ute durin Freeaascy beaefitt both mother as cUld. We evtraatee the S at settle of yeage Ifltdoal your money back. It it doet, your dealer it authorize to eeUyotf eix bottles fer Sfc on thle "aHtyj rate Try STELLA-VITABdoetkteetole.e" basis. Try ft TODAY. If yea are slek there la ae tlaae JHteNOW for E Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog 8TK.LA-VITAEtobeaeStj- ro. WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Thacher Medtokw Co. OHATTANOOCA, TCNN. For Sale By Page & Taylor. J Read Our Liberal Paper Offers yj u7, H THE ADAIR ADAIB COUNTY-NEW- S 'ife THE 'j--- of work prevented his coming to Kentucky to make Published Every Wednesday speech, he could write a letter . BY THE which would leave no doubt in Adair County News Company the mind of any one as to the strong personal regard he has .IJOUHJEWJ- - pressure ft. Jt- - .J - -Jt.. .jot--- - J -- 5B (Incorporated.) I for Stanley.- - New Fall Stock Our entire Fall Stock i yC , o- CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest ci the'City of Columbia and the people of Adair tad sdjolnlng counties. Enjered at the Coltunhia Post-offi- as second diss mail matter. 'SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. OCT. 6, 1915 Democratic Ticket. For Governor A. 0. STANLEY. For Lieutenant Govepnor JAMES D. BLACK. Secretary of State For BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. The Democratic campaign book for 1915 is out, and copies of it have been mailed from the headt quarters at the Gait House to prominent Democrats in all' parts of the State. The first batch went to.those who are to take the stump that they may have at hand the abundant contained in the book to; help them in preparing their speeches. ma-teri- al j is open for Inspection All Departments Are Full, Embracing Vi 'Everything r New and Desirable in Classy - Jo. !:" Merchandise We have Be sure to visit our Balcony Floor and look over our Ladies The best evidence that the Democrats will win at the Nov vember election, is the activity of the candidates. They are on the go constantly, and are runiiiuiiuitiiihuiuiiiitiuiiiiiuitiiiutiiiiiuiiiiuiiuuiittuitiuiiuiiutiitiiuitituiiiiiutittuiir; nnry ning like they had a hard fight. YWYVyryyi yyyyy.T '' '' For Auditor boys in the trenches will all The R. L. GREENE. be at the polls, and we predict fied positions For Treasurer on an ext- about the sinking of a transport, Chronic Constipation SHERMAN GOODPASTER. the largest Democratic majority ended front, which they only a few members of the crew "About two years ago when I began For Clerk of Appellate Court " ' RODMAN W. KEENON. for years. to defend escaping. An earlier message using Chamberlain's Tablets I had had been ordered For Supt. Public instruction to the last and declares that they from Athens carried the state- been suffering for some time with ' The Masonic Temple at LouisV. O. GILBERT i since the begin- ment that the British transport stomach trouble and chronic constipaFor Com of Agriculture ville was crowded last Wednes- have suffered tion. My condition improved rapidly MATT S. COHEN. day night when Mr. Stanley, ning of the Allies' offensive the Ramazan, with Indian contin- through the use of these tablets. For Railroad Commissioner loss of 120,000 men killed, gents on board, had been sunk Since taking four or five bottles' of McDermott and other speakers t SIDT. DOUTHITT. wounded or missing. by a German submarine in the them my health has been fine," addressed the multitude. This For State Senate The tpal of prisoners taken in mediteranean. It is uncertain writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N $V R. B TRIGG gathering insures the Fifth dis Y. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. For Representative trict to the Democrats by an in the new movement begun on Sat- whether the two reports are Ad RAY MONTGOMERY. urday last is given as 23,000, different versions of the same creased majority. For Circuit Clerk cannon have happening. while seventy-nin- e have to reflect on here is the irFA. STRANGE. There is no dissatisfaction in been captured, with much other Advices received in Paris reparable loss the country has The keynote of the ideals of Adair county. So far as we qan war material, not yet invento- through Saloniki, Greece, de- sustained consequent upon the Government that have moved A. learn every Democrat is behind ried. clare that Bulgaria will enter the erosion of the soil by rains on 0. Stanley during his public ca the State and district candidates. In detailing the last successes, war on October 15, having con- account of neglect to hold the reer were voiced in a few words Paris War office tells of fur- cluded a definite agreement with soil with grass. In this week's news Mr. Stan- the by Stanley himself in an extemther progress East of Souchez in the Central Powers. J. W. Blair, who got one of poraneous speech he delivered at ley's opening speech can be the Artois district, where both German losses in the recent his shoulders seriously hurt .in the State Fair in Louisville on found. It is a ringer. British and French had made battles incident to the opening being thrown from a horse, is September 16th. The gubernahuge dents in the German lines slowly. WAR SITUATION. South of the important city of of the general offensive of the improving speaking of torial candidate was Entente Allies on the Western Will Melson and family, who good roads and during the course Lile,the taking of which, it has front are officially estimated by have been in Indiana for several of his speech he said: "What Marked successes for the arms been argued, would mean the the French War Office as equal- months, returned to this comhas preserved this government of the Entente Allies, those in general falling back of the Ger- ing the strength of three army munity a short time ago. for 150 years or more? 1 will France evidently in continuation man lines in this region and corps, or more than 120,000 men Bob Pierce has bought Arloe tell you. The plain citizen seatkilled, wounded or captured. of their vigorous general offens- probably far to the North. Rippetoe's property ac Glensfork ed, in a cain bottom chair on a In the Champagne district the ive started last Saturday, are reand will continue to build when rag carpet, before an open fire When Baby Has the Croup. corded in the official statements fighting is being pushed North he moves. place, with a Bible on his knees When a mother is awakened from issued in both London and Paris of Massiges, where the French Joe Z. Collins, our merchant, asking God to guide him through already are within less than two sound sleep to find her child who has good trade. the night, and arising in the gone to bed apparently in the best of enjoys a On the Western front the miles of the strategic railroad There is some talk of estabfear of that same God at dawn, health struggling for breath, she is offensive movement is being vig- line, which parallels the German naturally alarmed. Yet if she can lishing a post office in this secto take up the simple tasks of orously pressed and further ad- front in this region. One thous- keep her presence of mind and give This would certainly be a the day. He votes with no and more Germans have surren- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every tion. vances have been scored. thought of profit to himself, but wonderful convenience to our Far off in Asia an important dered there. According to re- ten minutes until vomiting is produced people. for the good of his family and millitary movement against - the ports through Amsterdam, two quick relief will follow and the child the honor of his country and the pie supper at Turks has resulted in a brilliant German Generals whose names will drop to sleep to awaken in the There will be a glory of his God. This is the morning as well as ever. This remedy our schoolhouse, on Tuesday are not given have been dismissvictory for the British in has been in use for many years with night October 12. The proceed power upon which this republic ed from their commands on the uniform success. Obtainable at will be used to increase our lirests and must forever rest." On the other hand the Ger- Western front in connection with Paull Drug Co. Ad brary. the recent reverses for the GerThe Democratic managers in man's declare they have sucThe school at this place, which Simpson. mans there, and it is declared to Louisville have been informed ceeded in recapturing a part of is being taught by J. V. Dudley, be probable, the reports add, that if it is possible for him to the territory the British had that a new German commander-in-chie- f Many of our farmers are busy is enjoying good .attendance ana get away from Washington Pres won North of Loos, in Northern of the Western armies, just now pulling fodder, plowing splendid interest. ident Wilson will come to Ken- France. possibly Field Marshal von Hin- - for wheat and making sorghum. tucky and make one speech for The beginning of the predictChamberlain's Cwgh denburg, will be appointed. The ancient fodder pulling meth- Recommends ed drive by 300,000 Austrian and Stanley. An invitation was exRemedy. The British victory in Mesopo-tani- a od is still made necessary owing tended to him by Senator James German troops into Serbia is al Last winter I used a bqttle of resulted in the defeat of to the fact that few of our farm- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a by the Athens corand in the conversation between so reported ers have meadows. We have bad bronchial cough. Ifelb its benthe two, the President told Sen- respondent of a London news the Turks, with the Britons in a good limestone soil under eficial effect immediately and before I ator James that he was keenly agency, wno says tne advance pursuit. There have been re here cent indications that large addi- lain by a deep red clay subsoil. had finished the bottle I was cured. I interested in the race Stanley is has begun in the direction of tional forces were being sent by And that this is a good corn never tire of recommending this remmaking and wanted to do every edy to my friends," writes Mrs. Wilthing in his power to help him. In a communication notably the British Millitary authorities growing section is evidenced by liam Bright, Ft Wayne," Ind. Obsplendid crops we see grow Tfiis is an unusually busy time confident in tone the French War to campaign against the Turks. the Ad tainable at Paull Drug C. ing on nearly every farm. The Two reports of the sinking of owing to the Office emphasizes the'importance with the President, Fer Sale. complicated foreign affairs, and of the victory won by the Allies British transports came to hand land here owing to lime in the One from Constantino- soil is admirably adapted to he naturally could not make a in their new offensive on the growing the clovers and all niI wish to sell my place containing-twelvdefinite promise at the time Sen Western front. It recounts that ple through Berlin declared that acres, more or lees, 6n th t trogenous plants. ator James called on him. He the Germans have,. been com amohammedan engineer, preSomerset road, li miles .east of CoMrs. Nannte Jtarrtll. did promise however, that, if pelled to give up strongly forti sumably from India, had brought The most lamim'table. thing we lumbia. r and Misses Coats, Suits, Skirts, &c. " An Opening Every Day. Russell & Co. -- -" -- . -- to-da- y. Mes-opotan- ia. Or-sov- a. to-da- y. e r. j z&v- - THE' ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mrs. Nannie Johnson, who has been Statement of the 0 wnership, Man visiting in Nashville, .returned last agement,- Circulation etc., ReSaturday night, accompanied by her quired by the Act of August daughter, Mrs. Wm. Coleman. Mr. G. W. Brockman, Amandaville, 24, 1912. Mr. P. C. Jones of East Fork, was was here a few days of last week. Monday, to hear Senator Carrill Mr. J. D. Irvine, Creelsboro, was here speak. here a few days ago, on hfs return Of The Adair County News publishhome from Louisville. Mr Rheu Montgomery has been ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct. 1, 1915. Mr. J. I. Noe, Louisville, was at quite sick for a day or two. NAME OF P. 0. ADDRESS the Hancock Hotel a few days since. Mr. and MrSr:E. P. Harris, of Columbia, Ky; Mrs. Harris' Editor, C. S. Harris, Mr. Richard Fields, Red Lick, was are visiting " Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris ," relatives in the Gradyville country. Bus.. Mgr. C. S. Harris here attending.court last week. " " W. Flowers and MissMollie Mr. Wm. Hobson, an attorney and Mr. J. Pub. The Adair County News Co. Caldwell, Mr H .T, Baker and Miss Personals. -- m88&&8m mmmm & S Ford Automobiles .;-- :. Cat-lettsbu- rg, The Ford is not only the Cheapest but the ;;'" 'best; AUTOMOBILE on themarket. k his brother, Mr. Claud Hobson, Sunwere here last week, having Sue King called tdsee themlast day. business in court. Mr. G. P. Smythe, of 'Bradentown,-Fla.- , Judge H. H. Dunbar and Mr. C. C. arrived last Friday night, on a Bates, Jamestown, were in Columbia short visit. He is looking well and he ago. a few days reports that his wife's health is much Dr. Oscar Keene, Burkesville, was better than it was when he left here. here last week, en route for Louis- Mr. Smythe's friends were glad to see ville. him, and they were also glad to learn Mr. C. H. toggle, a prominent at- that he is doing well at his new home. torney, of Greensburg, was here a day or two of last week. Miss May Harvey, who spent a month with relatives in Springfield, returned home a few days ago Camp-bellsvill- e, , - Additional Locals. Mr. J. A. Whitney, Coburg, made a business tiip to Columbia Friday Mr. H. R. Caldwell, Campbellsville, was here last Friday. -- Graded and High School Notes. we have enough to have with been fortunate I following preachers, Myers was in Mouticello us, at chapel, the Mr. W. R. all or wnom maae spienaia tarns: last week. He reports that he is well Chandler, W. F. Hogard, satisfied wifli"Tiis,'b'usiii'ess in that Brother Brother Turner, Eld. Z. T. Williams, place. B'ro. Montgomery and Bro. Bush. We Mr. Jo Rosenfield, of Middiesboro, welcome any and all-o- f them any time. is here with his family. For several The enrollment to date is 264. We days he has been quite sick, but is not (have 51 in High school this year. confined to his room. The average daily attendance first O. S. Dunbar, wife and chil- month last year was 201 This year Dr. dren and the doctor's mother, Leb- for the first month, our average was anon, were in Columbia last. Sunday, 227, Our new teachers are all doing exMr. Jo Russell, wife and children cellent T?ork and getting, good work to Columbia, out of their pupils. mortored last Sunday. Below is given the honor roll for September. To be on the honor roll, Mr. Lawrence Witty, Glasgow, was a pupil must have at least 90 per cent in Columbia a few hours last Sunday. in all subjects, including deportment, Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw has returned and must not have been tardy more from Edmonton, accompanied by her than three times during the month. sister, Mrs. J. F. Bell. HONOR Roll. Mrs. John Q. Alexander, of Campr bellsville, passed through Columbia, a few days ago, en route for Burkesville, 11th. Grade. to see her mother, Mrs. McGee, .who Nannie Faulkner. is in a low State of health. Paul Hamilton Ruth Hamilton Mrs. W. T. Ottley left for BurkesMinnie Ingram ville the latter part of last week, and 10th Grade. will remain with her mother during Kathryn Sallee the winter. J from-Lebano- n ? In the past week or two Columbia, Ky. Owners: (If a corporation, give! ..its name and the names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent., on more of total amount of stock. If not a corporation, give names and addresses of individual owners.) The Adair County News Co. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. : Mrs. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky Known bondholders, .mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent., or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: (If there are none so state.) None. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or other-- " wise, to paid subscribers during the' six months preceding the date shown above. (This information is required from daily newspapers only.) 2,600 C. S. None1 its Equal for this country, in Economy, Ti '?.-- .: ,; -- .; jn Upkeep and Durability. i Q". Price in Columbia $461.95. All kinds of Repairs for Ford Cars kept in stock at our Garage. Sandusky Bros., Agents, Columbia, Kentucky. ix$$KfcKe $ "Horses Trained and Schooled" In Harris, Editor and Mgr. . Sworn to and subscribed berore me this 24th day 6i Sept. 1915. s i Bruce Montgomery seal: . the Most Fashionable of Going Tails Set and Straightened all over Notary Public Adajr County, Ky. - . Horses Worked for Speed and Action;- We have shown horses Kentucky and . My commission expires Jan.- 29th, 1916. " "' Missouri for the last eight years in the hottest Sugar and Coffee Down. company, and got my share of Premiums. We make it a specialty handling three and fivegait-e- d Saddle Horses. Our Show Ring experience enables us to know how to bit and fit our Standard granulated sugar 6Jc. Pilgrim tresh roasted coffee lie. 16c. Monarch coffee Russell & Co. Notice. Horses for the requirements of the day. COOK & COFFEY, Columbia, Ky. ; V People who want their work done promptly call at J. M. Kearnes' machine shop. There are three of the Report of the Grand Jury. best mechanics in the county now Get my prices on Rocking Chairs, ready to accommodate any man on before you buy. any job large or small. If you want The grand jury for the term of cirAlbin Murrayi " your work done promptly give us a cuit court, which closed last Saturday, Anna Eubank call. We are also prepared to do any was in session nine days. It returned Earl, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hancock kind of automobile repair work and 32 indictments, classified as follows: Near the Century Mark4'-W. E McCandless, who got so badly Sara Coffey will appreciate any job rendered unto 1. Disturbing singing, hurt, is doing nicely, and will prol Margaret Lovett '48r3t. us. 5. Disturbing worship, ably be able to walk about ,the dwell' Mrs Hayes, who was t b v ife of S ' ' Latitia Paull ing in a few days. Julia Miller See my line of Shoes, Dress Firing pistol on public highway, 1. T. Hayes, Dirigo, Adair county, died.; Key Clay comb. Mr. E. R. Spottswood, Lexington, She was eighty 9. last Friday night Breach of peach, Goods of all kinds. Can saVe'you odd years old.' She was a tine" old lady ' was here several days of last 'week, 9th Grade. 1. Assault and Battery, .. , Albin Murray. Money. having business in court. 3. and had been a consistent member oL Kinnaird Rowe Concealed weapons, 1. the Methodist Church for many years. Mr. O. E. Young, of Bosworth, Mo., Gordon English Firing a pistol, The in Wanted to Buy. 2. She was a victim of dropsy. Selling liquor, Summers who visited relatives in Adair county, terment was at Antioch, Saturday, 1. Forgery, started on his homeward journey last Robert Carroll many friends being present. Thursday morning. Cecil Dunbar Malicious shooting without By private party, antique or 1. wounding 8th Grade. mahogony, cherry, or roseMr. R. B. TTrigg, Glasgow, Dem For Indigestion. 2, Willful murder, wood furniture. Four post beds, old ocratic nominee for the State Senate, Frances Raed 1. Petit larceny iNever take pepsin and preparations was here, meeting many friends Monbureaus, sofas, chest of drawers, Ruth Wilson 1 Injury to school house, day. chairs, clocks, engravings, colored containing pepsin or other digestive 7th Grade. prints, tables, brass candlesticks, and 32. ferments for indigestion, as Total. Mr. E. O. Stone, traveling salesStewart Huffaker the more old ornaments to furnish house in old man, was here the first of the week. Nellie Bimms you take the more you take the more style. Closing Out Sale. 6th Grade. you will have to take. What is needMiss Minnie Triplett, who spent the Address Care of B. B. 100 Adair summer at the home of her nephew, t Robert Gill ed is a tonic like Chamberlain's TabCounty News. Dr. J. T. Grant, Louisville, returned Robert Neat I am closinglout my stock of goods. lets that will enable the stomach to Mary Summers last Friday. Extra fine Swan's, Down prepared Dress goods, trimmings of all kinds, perform its functions naturally. At Vergie Pendleton Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baldauf and their cake flour at Flowers & Patteson's. shoes, mens hats, clothing, carpets, at Paull Drug Co's. Ad 5th Grade. little son, Morris, are visiting Mrs. Mrs. J. 0, Russell, Mrs. W. greatly reduced prices. Call and get Reference, Baldauf s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herbert Collins A grandson of Mr. Chris Burton, R. Myers, Mrs. W. A. Coffey, Mrs. A. D. my prices before you buy. Lewis. Rachel Coffey about fourteen years old, got badly t. Patteson. 46-- tf Mrs. W. L. Walker. Annie Moss Collins Mr. Ray Montgomery, Democratic hurt one day last week. He bad a Mabel Rosenbaum nominee for the Legislature, left for team of mules hooked to a hay rake ' Marie Ingram Mr. J. B. Harvey, of Glasgow, Sunday School Attendance. v Burkesville Sunday, and will spend and was going along the road. Th ' candidate for the State Sen- team became scared and 4th Grade several days of this week meeting his started in a ate in this district, was in Columbia fast run. After going some distance' friends of Cumberland county. ." Allene Nell 121 .'Methodist, . several days of last week, meeting his the rake struck an obstruction and ' $&'. t Floyce Neat 116 Mr. R. B. Trigg, L. Witty and Jas. Baptist friends and forming the acquaintance the boy was thrown violently upon a .'-- , 112 Frances Russell . , Caldwell, Glasgow, stopped at the Christian of new ones. "7 stump. He received a deep cut in the Nelle Smith .38 Hancock Hotel. Presbyteiian forehead and also a severe gash in the Ray Smith EOR SALE. Messrs. J. M. Howell, E. T. Rogers abdomen. :? . 3rd Grader and J. F. Pendleton, Greensburg, All box stalls at'W. H. Wilson's were at the Hancock Hotel the first Milton Murrell feed and livery stable. On account of old age and desiring Mr. Will Yarberry and his son came ; of the week. Thelma Grissom to retire from the Milling Trade, we very near getting drowned last Mon' I have a full line of Men's Cloth- offer our First Class water power day while attempting to cross Pettis-for-k. Allan Mercer Miss Nettie Clark left last Monday Lucile Winfrey ing, Overcoats, Odd Coats etc., Roller Flour Mill all complete and in They were on one horse g morning, on an extended visit to relFrances Browning-Ceci- l also ladies, misses and children's good ring order with good, substan- both were washed off the animal and. atives in Dallas, Texas. She will be M. Kearnes. tial custom trade. For particulars after a desperate struggle they made greatly missed in religious circles here Cloaks. Get my prices? Kerns & Beece, address, their way to a landing In safety. during her abscence. She will prob2nd Grade. Albin Murray. Jamestown, Ky. ably remain from home six months. t, William Kearnes Mr. D. C. Hopper, of Font Hill, &'; Davis Wilson Mr. Athan Fletcher, wife and three sold, in Cincinnati, Chicago and 'In For Sale. AGet your;Blanket Bed quilts etc, dianapolis last week five car loads of Louise Grissom' children, who have been living, at Lina Loy at Murray's., ai Fairplay, left last Thursday for Ollumber at satisfactory prices. Nathaniel.Tut t ,.. oats, clear of cheat, gor ivet, 111., with the view of locating. Winter Turf ' Linnie Bohannon Mr. Fletcher is a good citizen and he Call sb Ray When traveling out of Columbia, tag at 60c!, per bushel. If you want good service, safe 3ri?y .'. Gladys Ingram reserves the right to return to Adair Ky., ir Fltwers get W; H. Wilson's prices before you ers and fair prices, go to Flowers, Ctanbia' Anna Hae Menzies county if he should not be satisfied. : :".' t: ' :' ' ' hire a rig. W. H; vhioift.' irtf: ires:, Bliss, Ky. Lillian IViilis. ? J .MMMM &&&&Mfr - x . 48-3- N 48-2- Ee-pubiic- ;v .4. : 44-tf. . -' . -- - : ' 48-2- - 44-t- f; J9 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS son, James Roberts, of s5g.iehTillt,-,'have.bee- McGaba. -r- -t Nash-- ) 5" Educational Rally. " -- Tisitinghisi Some of the farmers are about nieces, Mesdames Asa and Finis Baker. through saving fodder. - Born, to the wife of Pink A Clogged System Needs Attention, Sept., 18, a son. Mother Are you bilious, dizzy and listless? and child doing well. Dr. King's New Life Pills taken at The little 11 year old daughter onces seizes upon constipation and of John A McGaha died Septem- starts the bowels moving naturally easily, Moreover it acts without ber 18. The remains were laid and griping. Neglect of a clogged to rest in' the family burying often leads to most serious comground. Little Clara will be plications. Poisonous matters and a Mc-Gah- a, -s- ystem missed by all who knew her. We sympathize with the bereaved family. Ben Rook's little daughter, who has been down with typhoid fever for some time, is better. J. M. McGaha has just returned from Louisville, where he purchased a stock of goods. n man Mr. McGaha is a and will do a good business at this place. He will be glad for all to call and trade with him. Sidney Burton has purchased another new stock of goods and expects a large trade. The wife of Chrisly Burton is on the sick list at this writing. Willie Sinclair and family, of Dunnville, are visiting Frederic Grider. Miss Dora Bryant, who has been on the sick list for some time, is thought to be improving. well-know- body poorly functioning need immed- iate attention. If you wish to wake up morning happy in mind and entirely satisfied, start your treatment tonight. 25c a bottle at Paull Drug Co. Adv. Following is the program for the School Rally to be held at Columbia October the 8th: 1. School parade. 2. American Flag to the school having the greatest per cent., of the pupils and patrons present at the rally. Attendance will be based on census report of the district Russell & Co. 3. American Fla? to district having second highest per cent in attendance, (calculuted same as above.) 4. Spelling Contest (written.) Flag by Joe Patteson. 5. Declamatory Contest for boys any age. $1 cash Dr. Trlplett. 6. Recitation for girl, any age, SI cash Rapid Transit Co. Best Essay "on "The Progress of Moonlight Schools in Kentucky," Valuable Book Mrs. Cora "Wilson Stew- Visitors to Louisvill Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum: Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better values anywhere "Most for your Money" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville Purdy. art. 8 Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. t Tacts fOr sufferers. Pain results from injury or congestion. Be it neuralgia, rheumatism, lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff muscles or whatever pain you have yields to Sloan's Linimentbrings new fresh blood, dissolves the congestion, relieves the injury, the circulation is free and your pain leaves as if by magic. The nature of its qualities penetrates im mediately to the sore spot. Don't keep on suffering. Get a bottle or Sloan's Liniment. Use it. It means instant relief. Price 25c and 50c. 1.00 botttle holds six times as much as the 25c size. At Paull Drug Co. Adv. Amandaville. Corn crops are sorry. The people are trying to get the road below Dr. Baker's, moved out of the creek and built around the bluff. Our teacher, J. E. Farmer, gave a public spelling last Wednesday night. Clubbing Offer. Several from this place attended the spelling at Hally Grove For a short time we make the follThursday night. owing offer, one of the best we have-evgiven to the readers of the News. A. 0. Baker, wife and niece, Here is the proposition: Miss Kizzie Baker, are attending The Adair County News, the State Fair at Nashville. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, R. T. Baker is on a deal for an The Housewife, Reliable Poultry Journal, automobile. G, was one of the best meetings that has ever been at Purdy. There was a large attendance day and night. Much good has been done. There was fifty-sibapconversions and forty-tw- o tized. There was about sixty additions to the church. Bro. Caldwell is a fine preacher full of the holy ghost. Fodder pulling and cutting corn is the order of the day. The death angel visited the home of F. W. McQueary, a few days since, and claimed as it victim his beloved father, W. M. McQueary, who was 81 years old. He had been in feeble health for several months. Old age was the cause of his death, W. P. McQueary and family visited his father last week. Bro. Caldwell conducted a two week's meeting at Bearwallow with about twenty-nin- e conver sions and the church greatly revived. Little Clara McGaha died Saturday night, beptember 8. She was eleven years old and a bright little girl, loved by all who knew her, She was buried in the family burying ground. Henry Hadley died September 20. He was buried at Bearwallow the 21st, in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends. x 1 Best Exhibit or Display of work from any rural school, American flag-F- irst A series of meetings has been National Bank. progress at the Purdy church 9 Best Reader of First Grade who in for three weeks conducted by has entered school this year. Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. Bros. Caldwell and Bisum. It 10. Best Apple Pie. Cash SI Dr. & Weilendorff, Street INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market Cartwright 11 v Efficiency" has made our growth possible. Best Loaf Lightbread. Cash $1 Rob Reed. 12. Best i Dozen Biscuit. Cash 81 F. A. Rosenbaum, Grocer. 13. Best J Dozen Muffins. Box of Stationary Dr. Murrell. 14. Best J dozen ears of corn. (Not more than two entries from each division and corn must have been grown on the farm exhibiting same.) One 22 rifle Jeffries Hardware Store. 15. Best half dozen Irish potatoes Good Knife Reed & Miller. 16. Best glass apple jelly, made by school girl, premium value 82 Paull Drug Co. 17. Neatest patch on calico. (By school girl any age.) Cash $1 Dr. Flowers. apron. 18. Best made gingham (Hand made by school girl any age.) Set Cups and Saucers Albin Murray. 19. Best specimen of Manual Training (judged from workmanship and difficulty in making.) Cash $. Bank of Columbia. 20. Best Embroidered shirt waist, made by girl any age, Butter Knife-va- lue 81 Gill & "Waggener. 21. Best lady's crochet collar, made by girl any age. Shirtwaist Patter- nWalker's Store. 22. Pole Vault, boys any age. Box fruit and candy Garrison Bros. 23. Sack Race, Boys any age and any number may enter. Good Knife C. R. Hutchinson. 24. Half Mile Race. One teacher from each educational division. Box Whitman's candy Flowers & Patte- How to be Certain of Curing Constipation1 Prejudice is a hard thins to overcome. where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people lifters from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to tay it aside. This is said in the inter-sof people suffering- from chronic :onstipation, and it is worthy of their mention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Tou may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold Very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. 3Ut st Letters recently received from M. E. Jlyers, Morrison, Tenn.. and Ada Ham mersmith, IIS W. Chestnut St, Xouisville. Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem In which Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin Is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, liko salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel snecific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it iii the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, III. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- I J A Splendid Offer. WELL DRILLER Until further notice we will I will drill wells in Adair an( furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir adjoining counties. See me be er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, fore contracting. Latest imone year, Farm and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; proved machinery of all kinds. year; and Household Pump Repairing Done. Give Journal, monthly, one year, all for $1.65. This is the best offer ever made me a Call. by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscripTo-day's son. 25. 100 tions to this office at once. yard dash, boys any age. W. H. Wilson. 1 J. C. YATES Cash 26.. 100 yard dash, boys 14 and under, Knife Moss & Wilson. 27. Running Broad Jump, $1 Shirt-Ca- sey Why Do We Fear? There is no slavery equal to that which is forced upon the minds of men, through the evil of fear. We will never work out of this tyranny into real freedom until it is utterly destroyed; but dawn is at hand; light is breakingold creeds and dogmas are giving way to the light of truth. "Asa man thinketh in his heart so is he." We free ourselves from the evil of fear in proportion as we recognize the rights of life in maD, beast and bird. As we give to others the right to think, act, live and love, so do we give freedom to ourselves. On the other hand, fear tends to bring about the evil we anticipate, like Job of old who said, "the evil that I feared has come to pass." We must think, act and live the good. If we give out generosity thoughts and good will these will all come back to bless us and free us. A Splendid er Jones' Store. 28. Half Mile Race, boys any age. 81 cash, Judge Hurt. 29. Potato Race, boys 14 and under. Cash SI Bennett & Smith. 30. Wheelbarrow Race, girls 15 and over. Not more than two entries from each educational division. Box of fruitand candies, Nell & Hill. 31. Relay Race, 4 boys from each educational division. Cash $4 W. R. Myers & Son. 32. Egg Race, girls 14 and under. Cash $1 John D. Lowe. Running High Jump, Cash 81 Goff Bros. Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 W, Brockman started Mon-da- y; ! for Monticello, Sellie Baker, while ss. ing, last Breedweek, sold John Simp- at son a saddle horse. Born, to the wife of R.T. Baker, on the 6th, a big girl. Our Sunday School is doing fine and we are well pleased with our new pastor, Bro. Hickerson. chronic case of automobilious-nessLee McKinney left last week for Illinois. Jim Cheatham is building a Seventy babies are born every nice residence. minute in the world. And every Dr. Deering J. Roberts and one is the cutest and sweetest daughter, Eugene, and grand little dear that ever was born. ' 34. Highest number of points won Farm Journal. by any educational division. AmerAll the papers; for tone, except ican Flag two schools in Columbia. the last namedjand thatwilFbe Tsent t(Flag goes to the school of that divis for five years. of ion) winning greatest number $1.65 takes the entire lot. If you points.) want them subscribe at once. The Roily committee did not delBumper crops! Yes, but they egate to us any power of settling contests. We can recognize for contests bump the high cost of living? here only those reported to us as eligible by the division secretaries. Almost 2,000,000 automobiles Should there be any question as to of any one and are used in this country. Its a eligibility must receive changes are such notice made, we s. Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer Is It la issued every Thursday. subscrip- -. tlon price $1.00 per year, an d it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklle'of today. It haa all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatalag the world's events, and for that reason can gine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp edltorirls and reliable market reports: Its numerous departments make It a necessity 'to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer Is limited and we ad viae you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right sew. Call or mail orders to from division secretary. Teachers and division secretaries should see that essays and work for exhibit should be on hand by Thursday eye before the Rally, so it may be placed on exhibit for being judged early Friday mornisg. R. R. Moa&yPree. Rally Com. " W. M; Witoon, Sac.. " The Mm CtMty News, Columbia, Ky. "Perfect love caateth out fear." When the angel of loYe, faith, and kindness are with us, the imps of darkness wing their way and then all good things are ours- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS (Continued from page 2.) 1. a candid Interpretation and assume that he .means what he plainly infers, that in Jacks-of-all-trad- Opening Gun Is Fired says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.. in writing of her expenence with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, 1 thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give it is i22.?iceivaVie that Mr. Morrow would assail with a sneer institutions of which he secretly approves. For that reason I give to his facetious expression the event of his election, he will abolish them all and place these various departments under the heterogeneous control of a clique of political wiseacres and When he does it he will have utterly destroyed the only feasible method yet discovered by any progressive State for the protection of the health of its citizens, the security of the traveling public, the safety of bank deposits, the adequate protection of game and fish, the conservation of forests, for securing cheapness and uniformity In school books, the detection and punishment of incendiaries, and, above all, the maintenance and development of public highways. In this effort to overthrow all the results of the long, patient labor of constructive statesmen he will find himself opposed not by Democrats alone, but by forward-lookin- g men and women everywhere, by every philanthropic society, by every progressive organization, by every good roads movement and by every d and citizen who wishes to jise the power and resources of the commonwealth for the material prosperity and the moral betterment of its people. To do it he must repudiate the record and demolish the handiwork of his own political colleagues who participated In the enactment of this legislation. It will be seen that Mr. Morrow again Indulges in an and wholesale denunciation of the work of Democrats and Republicans alike. I can not believe that the Republican party in Kentucky, even at the behest of its nominee for Governor, is willing to repudiate the honest and efficient service of men whom it has entrusted with positions of distinction and responsibility. A Record of Achievement. The convention of 1911 and the administration which has with such fidelity and efficiency enacted its mandate into law will be judged not by what we say, but by what they did. It enacted a primary election law conducted by the State at public expense; It has made our common school system more practical and efficient; it changed the method of selecting prison commissioners: it has installed a uniform system of accounting in public offices; ,It has created a department providing for a more thorough inspection of banks; it enacted a workmen's compensation act; it provided for the nomination and election of United States Senators by a direct vote of the people: It has provided for the health, security and comfort of the traveling public; it has generously administered to the comfort of our aged and decrepit heroes; prevented blindness; driven the white plague from the borders of the State; it has built bridges, opened and constructed great highways and provided a system of State aid for their maintenance, and all these things it has done in fulfillment of the party's pledges honestly made and faithfully kept. In 1911 a Democratic convention made and since that time a Democratic administration has kept more promises of reform than were ever made or kept by the Republican party from the day it was created until the last Republican administration in Kentucky went out of power, and I challenge the distinguished nominee of his party to show where it ever made a platform pledge that was not broken or Ignored or that was ever enacted into law by Republican administration. The Emperor Napoleon, standing at the cradle and of the grave of a dead civilization, inspired his marshal legions to deeds Of superhuman valor by pointing to the Pyramids and reminding those sturdy warriors that "forty centuries looked down upon them." You are my fellow Democrats, In battle array, eager to meet your ancient adversary with gay and festive Intrepidity. n As you wage a winning fight, expectant States look down upon you. This is the first campaign of the kind immediately preceding a national election. The eyes of the President of the United States are on you. What though some man may find the Governor of his administration imperfect, what though he little like the things I say or do, where, oh, where is the Democrat at this crucial hour who will prove recalcitrant to his mighty chief? Inspiring as a candidate, greater as a patient and conas structive statesman, he is greatestdipthe wise, patient, fearless, lomat, preserving at once inviolate the honor of his country and the peace of half the world. Though living, he has already earned an immortal place even among "those dead but sceptered sovereigns who still rule our spirits from were failure their urns." Tour failure,Democracy of possible, will appall the your assured victory will America, and thrill with delight and Inspire with new courage the Democracy of the nation. From this platform I fly the signal of the great English Admiral: ' "Tour country expects every man to do his .duty." Up, boys, and at them, and victory is ours, for the glory of Democracy and the honor of Old Kentucky. God bless berl broad-minded HENRY W. DEPP, DENTISTI Am permanently located in Col. lumbia. All Classes of Den ral It Always Helps CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Get a Bottle Today! IwiK , 64 Asm fSJBfl ? l&zJ din Y aj" t.vFi imP 2?J atKk Wtl VxJ flMfc Utj IjhJ 191 IKJ IWJ (Bl wfh iJHfc ifWwi ijWwi tB Bfei $M!tx$ &$$&$& I Woodson Lewis Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. i Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. H. C. Prices. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less than Prices. Prices good while stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, I. H. C. Woodson Lewis, GKEENSBURG, KY. Surveying C. D. Landowners Attention. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-three:ye- ra Ilcan "organization, fias""only Jll,2flj,uu0 bonded Indebtedness. Republican Misrule In the South. It may be said that I have mentioned only Northern States and that for purposes of comparison I should take Southern commonwealths having a 'Similar citizenship, alike in manner, customs and laws. At one time Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida, Virginia and South Carolina all had a chance at Mr. Morrow's remedy for extravagance in the administration of the State's affairs. At the close of the war they were comparatively free from debt, their affairs had been administered honestly and economically during generations of Democratic control. Then the blight of Republican land, misrule fell upon that swept by fire and sword, her cities in ruins, her blackened fields billowed with the graves of three hundred thousand slain, dismantled and discrowned, Republicanism feund her prostrate, and from the lips of hunger, from want and nakedness, it filched untold millions, and "reconstruction" is well remembered with more horror than the carnage of battle or the famine and pestilence that follow In the wake of war. The annual cost of the State's administration in Louisiana under Democratic control was $1,162,624 in 1871, under a Republican regime, it reach the appalling sum of $7,578,148. The average cost to the State of each member of the Legislature during the single session was $113.50 per day. Ten years later, under Democratic control, expenses were imh mediately reduced to $1,617,164, or of the cost during the reconstruction period. On December 31, 1863, the public debt of Louisiana was $11,1S2,377. After three years of Republican control It was $22,589,628. Under Democratic control in 1865, the cost of maintaining the government of Alabama was $655,205. In 1873, under a Republican administration, it was $2,237,-20Four years later, with the return of the Democrats to power, it was immediately reduced to $874,164. A Republican administration between 1868 and 1874 fastened on the State of Arkansas a bonded indebtedness of In Florida the cost of administering the affairs of the State more than doubled under a Republican administration. In 1S66 Georgia, which until that lime had never known Republican rule, had a bonded indebtedness of $828,802. After less than three years of Republican control Its bonded indebtedness was increased to nearly $18,000,000. The State of Virginia, under a Democratic administration in 1860, carried. a public debt of $29,106,659. In 1870, under Republican rule, this debt Jumped to the appalling sum of $49,290,839. Mr. Morrow has talked much about the extravagance of Democrats in purchasing The State Capitol at office furniture. Columbia was refurnished during this period. Quoting the testimony of ,a Congressional committee. Honorable James M. Pike, author of "The Prostrate South," Writes: "When the Legislature met the last time the new furniture was all in: the House was furnished most superbly. A great deal was said in the papers about the extravagance; a great deal of talk was made about the carpets being so fine and about the magnificent chandeliers and spittoons, and one thing and another for an impoverished people. Even several Republicans said to me that it provoked them to see so much extravagance, when we were so When the little able to afford it. bill came in it amounted to $95,000. The highest prices were paid for this furniture, three or four or five ' times its value for instance, $750 was paid for one mirror in the Speaker's room; each official had a separate room for himself, most gorgeously fitted up, with toilet sets and all the paraphernalia of a dwelling house; clocks at $480 apiece; chandeliers at $650. There were two hundred fine porcelain spittoons, at $8 apiece. There were only one hundred and twenty-fou- r members." "It Is," says the same author, "the installation of a huge system of brigandage. They are the highwaymen of thi State, they are professional legislative robbers, they are the men who have studied and practloed the They art of legislative graft. pick your pockets by law, they rob the poor and the rich alike by law. They confiscate your estate by law. They do none of these things even under the tyrant's plea of the public good or public necessity. They do all simply to enrich themselves personally. The sole base object is to gorge the Individual with public plunder." Even if the intelligent citizenship of Kentucky should credit the exaggerated statements of the Honorable Edwin P. Morrow, in view of the huge burden of debt with which Republicanism has saddled commonwealths in the North, and the utter devastation ot its reign in the South, the violence, terror and bloodshed that have marked Its wanton and ruthless courso in Kentucky, I beg you beware of so desperate a remedy even for the ills of wnlch he so loudly complains. Railroad Fare Bill. Mr. Morrow complains that the Demobody, cratic party, by its passed a railroad fare bill, but in so doing Joined "the State House Club," and forgot to insert an enacting clause in the bill, thereby rendering It null and void. The record shows tnat the President of the "State House Forgetters' Club" Is a leading Republican, the Honorable E. D. Stone, of the County or Crittenden, and that another Republican, the then Superintendent of Public Printing, was its Right Honorable Secretary. Much Is to be forgiven any Republican who attempts any kind of progressive legislation, since he must blaze his legislative way alone, without guide or precedent. Some sweet day The Historian will record with a com miserating smile that one lone Republican at one time did actually attempt to write a bill lowering railroad rates. He did it bunglingly, of course, but he deserves our eternal gratitude for ever having attempted to do it at all. He wrote a headless thing. It was introduced in that ampucourse, tated form, and, taking the usualSuperinwas referred to a Republican tendent of Public Printing, who prepared a caption, a sort of artificial head, attached It, sent the bill thus doctored back to the House, so that no member con"M that body which Mr. Morrow demns without reason or warrant ever Superknew the blunders made by the intendent of Public. Printing and the honorable but incompetent representative from the County of Crittenden. The bill was passed in the closing hours of the legislative session and then the original bill (not the doctored instrument) was enrolled, and its faulty construction was only discovered after it was too late to remedy the- blunders of the Superintendent of Public Prlhtlng and the author of the bin. Why Mr. Morrow should gratuitously assail this purely Republican, organization, "The State House Forgetters' Club," Is past my ken. Ill-fat- work done. Crow Specially. tfge and Inlay work a AH Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store J. B. Stone J. H. Stone public-spirite- Stone q & Stone- - Attoney-At-La- w Will practice in this and adjoining counties. one-fift- Jamstown, : Kentucky 0. L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Eve Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Eesidence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. $17,-260,3- Columbia, Ky. tetidence Phone-1- 3 B Business Pho e 13?A DR. J. N. MURRELL iDENTIST Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General BlacRsmithlng Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. forty-seve- All kinds of Rubier Tires put on. Sped. attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 PHONEINO.I75 far-seei- JEFF PARSON, Campbellsvllle, Ky PEZNT?AIj OrrTCCBJ Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER FAXJXSLt DRUG CO. law-maki- ng The Colds Of Mankind "Cured by Pines! Have you ever gone through a typ ical pine forest when you had a cold? What a vigorous impulse it sent! How you opened wide your lnngs to take in those invigorasing and mysterious qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's possesses those stimulating qualitiesand overcomes hacking cough The inner lining of the throat is Pine-Tar-Honey Columbia, Ky. RES PHONO 3D. OBTTICK PHOMI Far-gette- r's TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin. Work, Eoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other strengthened in its attacks against thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. CaH cold germs. Every family needs a bot- at my shop if you need any thin6 in my tle constantly at hand. 25c. atPaull line or repair work in tlnorsheetlron. Adv. Drug Co. Over L. W. Bennetts'a Store. Mrs. Adelia Ellison, of Wisconsin, smokes a pipe and hoes a garden at 96. Old Nicotine'll ' S. E. Bridgwaters, -- Kentucky Fair Dates get her yet. Coughs That Are StoPped! Careful people see that they are stopped. Dr. King's New Discovery is a remedy of tried merit. It has held its own on the market for 16 years. Youth and old age testify to its soothing and healing qualities. Pnuemonla and. lung troubles are often caused by delay of treatment. Dr. King's New Discovery stopa those hacking coughs and relieves la grippe tendencies. Money back: if it fails. 50c. and $1.00 at Paull Drug Co. Adv. - experience. Charges rea sonable. Special Ffotulo, Poll-evi- l, Attnetis t Spayim Eyes oraajrwr-nea- The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs foe Officers or 1915, as far as reported. fairs are requested, to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Glasgow, Sept. 294 days Adairville, Sept. 303 days OaveCity, Oct. 4- -6 days days. Murray, Oct. Would Phone 74 or write T. C. Faulkner,? lamWa.? Ky. MAoredirom stables. LKATNK-NEA- l werk done at iaix prices. 1 am ii AtaJ fn f.mVt. MLYm nffcnelc. Hon toe whea work is dose or stock tEB IDUES' IES1KKCE I ii commission regulating everything, from fire to fish, from Dan to Beersheba. We have a Railroad Commission, the Prison Commission. Insurance Rating Commission, Board of ContreJ, School Book Commission Fire ana Game Commission, the Geological Nonetsuch" Commission, a battalion of Are marshals, a company of foresters "r and a sauad of hotel inspect-usa real commission on auniw- wa,rJrUfrhQ9 .working ((iayji v?y4- " tne-ju- o Demolish All Commissions. Says Mr. Morrow: "Kentucky has-- a 64 keep on hands a full stock of cons, caskets; and robes. I also Caskets, and Steel. Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or dyv. Residence Phone at, ofic pkoBs96. . kee--Metalli- I e. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptstt, Ad, ClHmbltXi. THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS Grady ville. UNCERTAIN HEART ACTION ALARMING Mrs. W. 4Mfr$04.QM6Hfr044i " day night. Austin Gilpin and wife of Sparksville. visited here last Friday. Qiiite a number from our town attended court at Columbia last week. W. L. Grady is having the lumber hauled for his new barn. "t C. 0. Moss was on the sick list for a day or so of last' week . Robert 0. Keltner is undecid-3at this time, whether he will move to Columbia or not. ' J. R. Shirley, ofjthe Milltown community, wa3 in our midst last Friday. -- We had a fine rain last Thurs- Empire i r ... 0. Howell Says Tanlac Relieved Her of Louisville, Ky., Oct., 5. O. Howell, wife of Mrs. W. the agent for the Louisville Carriage Company at the & n John Lowe, the shoe man of Columbia, was in our midst last Tuesday. . Charlie Morrison spent a day or so at Greensburg, last week, delivering some logs and hauling wire. ' Our mail failed to reach us lhursday and Friday, on account of high water. Mrs. Rena Gist and family and Mrs'. Cetta Nell, of Columbia, fisited relatives here last well-know- Seelbach Hotel, who lives at 619 South Jackson street, this city, is one of the most ardent believers in Tanlac, the peerless preparation, as is shown by a recent statement she made of the benefits she derived from it. "I was weak and nervous and dizzy," she said, "any sudden noise made my heart beat so fast it frightened me. I Whenever I had nervous headaches walked upstairs it left me almost ex- hausted. Satur-daVar- id SuridayV "My stomach was weak and my food did not agree with me. If I ate anything solid it made me miserable I was told that I had catarrh of the stomach, but the medicines I took did me no good until friends suggested Tanlac to me I'm glad now that I took their advice. "It was almost no time until I felt better and now I can eat whatever I please. I owe it all to Tanlac. My nerves are in good shape again, and I no longer have palpitation of the heart. Tanlac is the only medicine that ever helped me. I can't say too much in praise of it." Tanlac is now being sold in Columbia at Page & Taylor drug store. - 4 4 Oraifi Drills, Field Seeds and 4 4 Fertilizers. 4 jgs; 4 Z' 4 tset us Know 4 V' 4 4 your at 4 4 our Freight Shipment. get them 4 4 6 4 4 4 THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE. 4 4 4 4 4444444444444 4444444444444 i ' e1 Superior -- jfsw: S i&-'- 7 -- ' ;-- . -- . ... ; - ....What Repairs you need for Drills once, so we May in Respectfully, Cane Valley. Tarter. Sorghum making is the order s, George Whitlock, the popular jtrqcery man of,. Campbellsville, was in our midst, one day last week. Our old friend and popular merchant of Red Lick, called in So see us on his way to Columbia it the first of the week, J. H. Kinnaird. W. S. Baker has about completed his new dwelling, that adds greatly to his convenience, as well as to the looks o his property. To-w- . - - Cole Camp. Mfss Maude Doolin, 'of Taylors- of the day. . k ville, visited' her uncle, Ed Eu- .Adv. It is a boy atTilford Barnett's. baqC! several days of last week. 4jni-j- . Twins at P. M. Roberts, 'a boy y sold his house at Bob Clayborn'a and a - girl . at - Mont-Yarberr- Mr. Bob Cole and son,--Peof this place, were in Columbia last m, week. Miss Maud Cole, who has been Drs. B. F. and James Taylor and families passed through here the first of the week, moving to Columbia. James Sanders sold, last week, ifc Roy Walker, one mule colt for $60.00. W. L. Grady sold to James Herron, of Meadow Creek, one Mr. and Mrs. James Cole at- Lebanon, are visiting relatives A. J. Go wen, the n tended preaching at Jones Chapel at this place. There is prayer meeting here merchantof Basil, passed through last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hancock en- every Wednesday night. Every here last Friday, en route for Mrs. Jennie Cole and children tertained quite a good number body is invited to attend these Columbia. He reports business meetings. fairly good in his section and ev- and "aunt" Bettie Cole spent of their old friends last Sunday. Creed Pollard sold to Sam Bur- ery thing moving along quietly. Saturday at Mrs. C. D. Holland. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Pate dette one mule for $125. Mr. W. W. Norris, who has Mrs. W. E. Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. James Herron, been sick for several days is Thomas, Mrs. Fannie Pierce. Mrs Miss Mamie Pollard visited rel of Meadow Creek, visiting uncle slowly improving. Malinda Montgomery, Mrs. So- atives in Columbia several days Charlie Yates and daughter and Atof last week. Mr. and Mrs, Elam Fletcher phia Sublett. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Mosa, of our kinson. All were well pleased aity, last Saturday and Sunday, spent Saturday night with her There was a pie supper at the with their visit. mother, Mrs. C. C. Garrett. schoolhouse here last Friday The cemetery as Union is in a Born, to the wife of June Han night. It was well attended and fearful condition and it is a disgrace to the people that have COLUMBIA PEOPLE PRAISE son. some high bids were made by cock, Sept. 20th, a SIMPLE MIXTURE loved ones put away there. Let the boys on the pies. The boys have organized their each of us that are interested in Many in Columbia praise the simple Miss mnme uoway, who visagain and Prof. Sulthe city of the dead, meet there mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, Brass Band ited her sister here, has returned , known as Adler-i-kThis remearly next Thursday morning, etc is the most THOROUGH bowel livan, of Columbia, is their teach- to Greensburg. edy bring our dinner and remove the cleanser ever sold being even used suc er. We have good talent and The young people of this com undergrowth. Please remember cessfully in appendicitis. ONE SPOON hope for one of the best bands FUL relieves almost ANY CASE of munity have organized a debat- the time, Thursday, October 7. constipation, sour or gassy stomach. in Southern Kentucky. ing society. They .meet at the ONE MINUTE after you take it the Miss Nina Yarberry, one of schoolhouse on Friday night. gaaees rumble and pass out. Adler-i-k- a Whan in Columbia leave your'horse cannot gripe and the INSTANT our beet little school girls, has Every body is invited. surprising. W. H. well-know10-poun- mule colt for $80. W. B. Dulin and his son, JSrank, are winding up their business as fast as possible, preparatory to moving to Metcalfe better. county for their future home. visiting in Texas for the past year, has just returned home. James Barger is spending a week with Umenes Fletcher. Mrs. J. E. E. Cole spent Sat urday with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Cheek. Miss Ella and Baxter Baker are visiting friends and relatives near Albany. Spelling at Holly Grove last Wednesday night was largely attended. All report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baker, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bybee, and Mrs. Charlie Cole and children were visiting Mrs. C. C. Fletcher Sunday. Mrs. T. T. Baker, who 'has been sick for the psst week, is toJpJ3allisonfor$550, last week. G. A.. Grants. Miss Lona Shepherd left for Jo T). 'Eubank sold his business house, opposite T. A. Furkin's Kokomo, Ind., a. few days ago. store?1 to J C. Bault for $425, Sam Gaskins was a pleasant last week. caller at this place last bunday. Ray and John Shepherd left Willie C. Smith, who has been in the hospital in Louisville for for Kokomo, Ind., last Friday. severll weeks, arrived home last The new schoolhouse, under Tuesday. He is in high spirits construction at this place, is and is getting along fairly well nearing completion. at present. Robert Humphrey, who has Penick Smith returned home been confined to his room for from Florida, where he had been several weeks, from'injuries susto see his sister, Mrs. Agnes tained by stepping on a nail, is Stearns, who was sick. Think- out again. W. D. Newberry, who has ing she had greatly improved he returned home to receive a been engaged in the milling message that she was dead, and business at this place, has moved that she will be sent to her old back to Campbellsville. home at this place for burial. Prince Shaw, who lived near Mrs. Allie Hendrickson and Sano, died last Wednesday night Mrs. Etta Dohoney are visiting after an illness of two weeks, a victim of stomach trouble, relatives in Union county. Mr. and Mrs. bats with the Summershade $eam last Saturday. The score was in favor of Milltown. ,, Mrs. Alice Chapman, jof J3ra- dentown, Fla., is visiting, rela tives here. Mr; and Mrs. Cassuis Breeding and- - Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beard, of Neatsburg, " visited Mrs. Pate Thomas last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Ella Leftwich, who has been confined to her bed for the past month with typhoid fever, is improving. Mrs. Pate Thomas yisited her daughter, Mrs. Minta Hancock, of Cane Valley, last week. -- Rugby. T. J. Rosson is still in very f ee-b- le health. He has not sit up any for four weeks. Several from here attended court at Columbia last Monday. Mrs. Thompson Hayes is still in feeble health. The people have sit up with her for eight weeks. The schools here are progressing nicely under the management of J. A. Rosson and your scribe. The schools that won the three J. C. Van Hoy, Milltown. highest points at the Antioch School Rally are all three taught by Rugby teachers. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosson and James Rosson were in Columbia last Wednesday. There was a nice crowd at your scribe's spelling at Bird school house last Friday night. . Rev. Purdue, of East Fork, is d conducting a series of meetings at Harrodsfork. James Rupe, C. C. Roe, Jr., and Ed Wheeler's cows all got crippled on adjoining farms last Friday. This is the moat singular thing that has happened here lately. Saving feed, making molasses and breaking wheat ground is the order of & a. rd bggy at Wilsan's. They action is 44-- tf The PaullDrug will be well cared for Co. Adv. typhoid fever. The base ballteam here crossed