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Some Trading. ) There Is an old saying that all i wedding of unusual interest to The following were entertained at A very large crowd was held to a The ' stewards of the Methodist things come to them who wait. Coumbia friends took place in Louis-vil- the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pelley high pitch of excitement Saturday Church, this place, and the Stewards The people'of Russell county, seem-inglWednesday, the 20th at 1:30 a. Sunday: Mrs. J. M. Hill and little evening during the first game of foot of Columbia district. L M. Young have been satisfied with their m Moss son, Robert, of Portland, Ind., Mrs ball ever played in Adair county, and T. C. Faulkner did some tradMiss Mallie when lot ever since it was knownp a cou- was united in marrirge to Mr. W. L. Roberts, of Spencerville, Ohio, which resulted in a victory of 40 to 0 ing last week. In the deals the stewntymoving along in the same old Herbert Smith. The ceremony was Miss Edith Pelley, of Little Rock, for Lindsey-Wiiso- n over Springfield ards of the Church, here, take over wa- y- until recently, when the spirit said by the Rev. J. W Weldon at his Ark, MissAdell Coffey, Prof. Estill High school. The game was charac- Mr. Young's residence, on Burkesville of improvement struck them, and hosje on West Broadway. Miss Moss Sanders, of Pellyton, Mr. and Mrs. O. terized by those plays which make it street, exchanging the present partneyare now making an effort to- isatiaughter of Mr. N. H. Moss, for C Pelley and two daughters. Bonnie the most popular of college sports. sonage and paying a difference of ward advancement, and flattering merly of Columbia, but residing now and Katherine, of Disappointment," Several times Springfield players The district Stewards swapped prospects are knocking at the door of atwradjville. She possesses all the Mr. and Mrs E. L Feese and two circled the ends of the Columbia team the district parsonage on Burkesville every farmer and tvery business man that go to make up a lovable children, May and Louie, and Master as if for a touchdown only to be tackled street, for Mr T. C. Faulkner's resin Russell county. character and numbers her friends by Delberc Arnold, of this cityS The day by some aggressive Lindsey player. idence, on Garnett Avenue, paying a Recently the county, by an over- her 'acquaintances. was spent in social conversation, The feature of the contest were the difference of 31,800 whelming majority, voted the bonds Mr Smith is a son of Mr. and Mrs many things of days being irresistable offense of Dave Dulworth Rev. W. R. Waggoner has removed for the Dixie Highway, and ere long G. A. Smith, of our city, but for discussed, and all enjoyed the day and the aggressive defense of Lewis, to the young property, Mr. Young rea splendid pike will pass through the tluee .ears has been Secretary to the very much. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Rob- Dulworth and Jarvis The Spring- moving to the former parsonage rescounty, enhancing the values of lands, Prejdent of the Consolidated Coal erts are dauyhters of Mr. D. K. Pel-le- field boys complimented the manly idence. Rev. S. G. Shelley has reand the people will be so stimulated Ca, of Eastern Kentucky, located at of Pellyton, and have been visit-- way in which the Adair county boys moved to the Faulkner property and that attractive farm houses will be Van Lear. Herbert is a splendid j ing their parents for several dajs played the game, but could hardly be- Mr. Faulkner to the district dotted all over the county, and the christian gentleman, with high ideals lieve that it was the first .one ever buz of machinery will be heard through and lives up to them. They have If you want to see a big foot ball played by them. out her domain many warm friends in Columbia who game, come to the Lindsey-Wilso- n Come to Columbia next Monday and On next Saturday Lindsey will play The lands on Cumberland river are are wishing for them a very bright field next Saturday at 2:30 p. m. the strong Eastern Kentucky State hear Hon. J. W. Railings speak. as good as can be found anywhere, future, trusting that they may ever Eastern Normal vs Lindsey. Admis- Normal team on the Lindsey-Wilso- n and the uplands are up to the average. be able to compare the joys of today sion 25c and 15c. field. This promises to be a close and Odd Fellows Home. The timber has not all been cut, and with the pleasures of yesterday. hard contested battle, as the Rich when business properly opens, saw- Notice. 2lr. N. H. Moss and Miss Ora Moss, mond team is heavy and experienced. At the Meeting of the Kentucky mil.s will be installed in nearly every of Gradyville, Mr. and Mrs. Gwin Grand-Lodgof Odd Fellows at Dawlocalitr, and the hammers and saws Mofes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moss and Krout in bulk at son Springs, last week, it was decided To the farmers of Green and adjoinof industrious mechanics will be Mr.Otis Moss, of Greensburg, and Flowers & Patteson. to locate the Home for Indigent Odd ing Counties: heard from the rising of the sun to MissJeonye McFarland, cf Columbia, Fellows, their widows and orphans, at The Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacthe setting thereof. Everybody will attended the wedding. Russell County Juries. Eminence. The Giltner property, co Warehouse Co , will operr for the be busy, everybody will be shouting, ThecoupIe left at once for a short receipt of tobacco on Monday, Nov. 1, formerly known as Eminence College, 'the day of prcsperlty has come" and tripyto West Virginia before going to has been purchased for purpose. 1915, and have an opening sale on or old Russell is coming into her own. The following gentlemen made up The ten lodges In Henry that their home in Van Lear. county subabout Nov 15th Any one wishing to the juries at last term of Russell counThe machinery lor making pikes scribed 83,500 for the fund of 310,000 has already reached Jamestown, and yBon't fail to see the foot ball game bring tobacco after the data Nov. 1, ty court: necessary, leaving only $6,500 for the in tne next few weeKs the breaking Jfbetweeu Lindsey and Richmond Nor- - will find some one there ready to help GRAND JURY. Grand Lodge to raise. More than this unload and weigh his tobacco and cf dirt and the crushing of lock-f- or mal, at L. W. T. S. field, next Satur-Gam- e him Asa Biankenship, Foreman, Leon has already been subscribed and the charge of it. take tne road from Jamestown to J3aissell day. Admission 25c and 15c. Farmers will save time by grading McClure, Abe Dowell, Angeles Wilk- - success of the Home is assured. The Springs will commence and wilF .be called at 2:30 p. m. their tobacco at home and by classify- erson, W. G. Bowlin, Ojthooffey, W. property consists-o- f- a- commodious pushed to a rapid finish. ing it and keeping each class separate, J. Miller, Luther Gasser, J. H. Phelps, building and 27 acres of ground. When this road is completed other h PUBLIC 5ALE. not so much time will be required in, James Gaskins, W B. McFalls, Ed C. parts of the county will be looked af Smith. Services at the Baptist Church. unloading and grading. ter, and in five years it is confide '4aU? PETIT JURY. Don't fail to bring your Tobacco to Public Sale of high class cattle, believed that good thoroughfare r: Ttesday. Nov. 9th, 1915, beeinning at us in good order. We are going to J. C. Holt, M. H. Bernard, D. E. Tlure will be preaching by the pas-fN""TT 'irr- - of r,h CDUDLT. V- 1 p. m., Crawford Bros, will sell at have a strong force of buyers and the Flanagan, Harvey Helm, O. C Kim- - tor, morning and evening, at the Baptist Church, on October their farm 1 miles North of Lebanon, management will see that each and bler, L. P. Williams, L. A. Chumbley, Bargains. on the Springfield pike, eight fine reg- every farmer gets a square deal. Collins, J. A. McKinney, L. 0. 31st. Special services for the young Eiihu A. W. Howard, Manager. istered Short Horn bull calves, 7 to Richards, W. F. Reeoe, S. D. Foley, people in the evening. E. G. Dobson, Secretary. R. E. L. Walters, Wm. Wooldridge, No rent to pay means a savag to li months old, 2 whices, 3 reds, and 3 For the next thirty days I will purse Get my prices befreyou roans They are high class calves and 52-- 2 1 Mort McFarland, Owen Gaskins, W. jour b Aaron, D. J. Roy, J. B. Denney, sell Pilgrim's Roasted Coffey at their reglstery certiticates go with buy. Residence Burned. W. W. McBeath, Lee Floyd, U. G. 10 cents. Monarch Coffee at 15 them free of charge. Also about 50 Heating stoves 52.15 and np. Wright, A. C. Turpin, M. R. Foley, cents. For the present, standard No 1 cooking ranges guaranteed ?v head, consisting of calves, heifers and high grade cows. Some with calves M. L. G rider, Frank Lapsley, H. E. Iron Bedsteads cheap Last Wednesday morning - the res6i cents Rocking chairs $2.75 atoot, and the kind you need on the idence near Craycraft, in which Mr. Gassage, S. B. Wade, W. A. Akers, F. granulated SugarD. M. Moorer . m. The statistics show that beef Geo. Men's odd coats $1.25 each. e J. Hurt and family resided, was B Robertson. Garlin, Ky.-- 52 2t 50 overcoats at $2 90 to 3.50' n ;tle have decreased 7 millions and burned and all the contents, The fire j population has increased 15 mll-- a Outing cloth best 9c per yard. Democratic Speaking. J was discovered while .breakfast was Mr. J. M. Kearnes recently bought.a as in the last 10 years in the United Good Domestic at 6c per yard. being prepared. The loss is several lot irom bit. ureen aen smith, near A full line of groceries 'atrbottom Jates, WJiile the slaughter of beef Hon. J, W. Railings, of Danville, will hundred dollars. the latter's roller mill, and is now, prices I buy eggs, paycash at top Greater now all over the world than speak, in the interest of the Democrat: making preparations to erect a large I'.as ever known before you will make prices. J. F. Neat, . Santa Claus soap 7 cakes 25c. ic party, at the court-hqus-e in Colum brick machine shop. Mr. Lon Sims on pike near 'air lirounos. j no mistake in breeding good cattle & Patteson. Monday. Nov.l.t I o'clock J has the contract to do the brick work. bia, next JFlowers '52-2- t 'now. On good notes we will make S me to suit the purchaser. Crawford He is a ffne speaker, ' and everybody Mr. Eearnes hopes to be able to remove to his new place of business in a os. Capt. Sam Campbell, auction- Died at Red Lick. The G(raded school t Jamestown, should tarn oat and bear him. short time. 52-r. under the Management! of Pro't Bernard, assisted by two competent Jady U. B. Conference Appointments. Mr. and Mrs. O C. Hamilton were Satin, a story of humanity, drew a teachers, is getting along nicely. The called to Red Lick, Mepcalfe county, 7 cakes Lenox Soap 25c. good audience to the Parlor Circle school building is on Monticello street Flowers & Patteson. last Saturday, to attend the funeral of Monday The a good walk from the square leading District Superintendent, O. B. West. from night.finish, play was splendid Mr. Hamilton's grandmother, Mrs. teaching a valstart to Columbia Station, O. B. West. Ir. J. E Leslie, of Tomplnsville, to the building. tOne thing that the Malissia Hamilton, the widow of the story starts in the uable lesson. Tite late Wm. Hamilton, who was 81 years w,o is making the race for Common-vudth- 's school is very much in need of is a Columbia circuit, to be supplied. Garden of Eden, and the events leadM. Turner. Edmonton, J. Attorney, on the Progressive gymnasium, and we understand that old at her death. She was one of the ing up to and including the crucifixion pioneers cf the neighborhood, and titet, in this district, started out an effort will be made to erect one at Creelaborr, E. B.- Brett. were graphically portrayed. Albany, to be supplied. Tvas beloved by all who knew her. She knwing but few people outside his an early day. In fact, the framing for one was started a year ago, and Liberty, C. H. Schad. wasasister of Mr. .. H. Kinnaird, o county. His gentlemanly Many of our subscribers, who live in and jovial disposition won him what the trustees want to do now is and was closely related to many resplay distant states arq behind on our books. The Eastern State Normal will mav friends over the district. He to finish it. In this day and time a idents of that community. appreciate at this place, a We would who know theyremittances is ;?ood speaker and .a ready hand-shae- school is lost unless there is a place the Lindsey-Wilsoare in our from those pleasant and agreeable, so- for the boys and girls to exercise their game of football next Saturday after- debt. Blank paper is high, and it For bale. noon. muscles. cial. takes quite a lot of cash to run this A few trios of Black Spanish chick office. The ladies of the Baptist church have just received my fall The road machineryjfor Adair counens, either young or stok of goods. My friends are ty reached Columbia last Saturday, will on the day before Thanksgiving, There will be preaching services at Mrs. E L. Feese, Eubazar and an Columbia, Ky. P. O. Box 173. corfally invited to call and see and Mondp.y morning it was put in have a & Russell's exchange atstore. the Presbyterian Church next Sabmillinery motion, and the first work will be on bank bath, October the 31st, at 11 o'clock andearn prices. Last Sunday week, at the U, B. the Campbellsville pike to the Taylor They will have good things to eat for a. m., and 7 o'clock p. m. A cordial D. M. Moore, Garlin. county line. Id the meantime the Thanksgiving dinner and pretty and invitation is extended to all to meet church, just before the building was useful things for Christmas gifts. We dedicated, Bishop Mathews announced Ar.ngements have been made for quarrying of rock for the Stanford invite all our friends to patronize us.- with ua and worship God. that there was a debt on the church Rev. z. Connor Brown, Synodlcal road will commence The .machinery which would have to be met before Mr. Chester Collins, who formerly to conduct a series of will evidently make good roads. A few days ago Mr. J. A. English the dedicatory services. Subscriptions Evanlist, lived here, has a skunk farm near Eli-dspecit meetings at- the Presbyterian found, a volunteer watermelon in his were called for and in a very f ef min N". M". A picture of Chester, holdColumbia Chapter will meet next was twelve inches long Churo, beginning November 7. Mr. utes eleven hundred and forty- - dol Friday night. Ail' companions are meadow. Itin diameter. He cut ing up several of the little varmints, Browiis not a stranger to Columbia it looks 'quite natural. He is raising and 7 inches lars were raised. The debt vk one peopland he should.be greeted with urgently requested tB attend. last Sunday, finding the meabfirmnhd thousand dollars, people who ivain large, ppreciative .congregations. J. D. Lowe, High Priest. them for profit. delicious. Columbia and many living ut of Woman's Missionary Union of the town readily subscribing to th fund. Amoihly magazine published at The Rapid Transit Company comMessrs. L. G. Montgomery. W. P. present pastor, of the chi' ch Is Cane llley, this county, made its menced putting up its building Mon- Bryant, Robert Bailey, C. L. Murrell Baptist church meets at the home of The p. m. Oct. fine Rev. O. B. West, a gentleman first ap ranee last week. It is pub- - day. The location is on the lot in and Albert Bryant attended Masonic Mrs. O. P. Bush, Thursday 28th- ability and a steady Christian irker. lished bj L. W. Dudgeon and the North part of town, where a livery Lodge at this place Friday night. Mrs. J. W. Walk'er, Sec. r.nn.i T e publication is "TheDud- - stable once stood. """BU1 On November 2, it being e M young walk-tro- p Geo. Coffey bought a J !, day. I will pay the Louisvill HUB Beon ,, nal.." It is Born, to the wife of Ernest Harris, . horse from Eugene Wethlngton, Wednesday night, devoted to the best in- - Come in and witness the football ftUU Wll the 19th inst, a eggs. Bring them in. for game on the Lindsey-Wiiso- n grounds last week, for ?110. tersst of the Cane valley section. son W. E. Harris, Jr. weight, 9 D..L. Wion. next Saturday afternoon.pounds. Mother and baby are doMr. Cfeo. H. Nell sold Mr. J. H. Judd Mr. J. H. Judd has favor this The saleof Jo Smith's farm to Nell ing nicely and the father is walkTay-offlover Ballots for Adair, Russell and two hogs office with some nice turnips foirhich last wpk, Bros, is reported by our Gradyville ing around. lor will be sent out from this 1,000 founds, bringing $86. please accept our thank correspondent. he.will this week. Preaching at Mt. Pleasant next Satwill be held back one day Thf News Mr. Clyde Creoshaw had a : roof All ,box staUsit W. H. Wilson's urday night and Sunday by Rev. Mai- -. ha&j8QBie.necs--. Grorer GrisMtn,has nextjwaek in order for us to give the put on his dwelling last wwk.-1 vln Perry man. fee and llverr stable. wmeat-ht- a eeideflcr. at the etectioo. result e, y, -- 81,-85- 0. trs by-go- ne y, f 5A e -- V.ll - j Cc-ljm- bia J' .vVC': . 5 . 2, r. 2t - m 1 ' I de-men- er n, r, -- two-year-ol- 4 1 - a, - -- -- i I non-partisa- n I that-weighe- d ce , -- sary-repair- s 44-t- f. s I THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS 6 paid for by Uncle "Si cai that this was a legal ex Jol and 'who earn their bread and Jones, by penditure of money, and fruitful of sweat He knows i IAMLETTS i OLY TO E. P. MORROW Hopkins County Voters Hear Every Charge Explained EDUCATION ADVANCED d ; is pronounced by the leaders of every State as the one State that is leading today in education and the dissemination of icnuwledge. Schools Increased 45. "We have not only increased the at tendance in our public schools forty-fivper cent within three years, bul we have r ded to the revenues for school purposes, directly and indirect ly, more than three millions of dollars "We have increased the school term ii. every rural district from six months to seven months, increasing at the same time in the aggregate all teachers' salaries, and in many cases the term has been made eight, nine or ten months, all of which has been done without a mill increase in taxation. In fact, the rate of taxation which was formerly twenty-sicents and a half on the hundred dollars for public school purposes has been decreased to twenty-sicents. x x e v . y - - Replies to E. P. Morrow. Now, for the present, I pass over Mr. Morrow's sophomorlc ebullitions In which he states that "political campaigns are primarily for the benefit of the people," etc. But I come directly to certain specific statements that he I made In his opening speech at Bowling filed in the records of this transaction, which reads as follows: Hundreds of Democrats from Wes- Green. We today "O. K. tern Kentucky gathered in Madison-Mrlll- school have of one a balance in the fund million dollars. At "Charge to J. G. Crabbe (School Hopkins County, on October 4th, the corresponding date in 1911, under Fund.) listened attentively to the opening a Republican " 'According to agreement with comadministration, there of the campaign by Barksdale Hamlett, was a balance of $314,084. We prom- mission for altering Hall of Fame. .present Superintendent of Public Inised the people Kentucky four years C. M. Fleenor.' struction and Democratic nominee for ago "most rigidofeconomy' in the De-"This estimate was allowed and orSecretary of State at the general elecpartment of Education, and we stated dered paid .by Board of State Capitol tion on Tuesday, November 2, 1915. Mr. Hamlett was liberally applauded to the people that we would not stand Commissioners, June 7, 1909. Edward M. Drane, Secretary." and it is quite evident that the solid for any diversion of the school funds, I have also before me a duplicate of Democracy is behind him. He an-- , since it was, and is, clearly in violajswered every charge made against him tion of statutory law and the Consti- a contract made and entered into bethe Republican nominee for Go- tution of Kentucky. We condemned tween the Capitol Commission of this misappropriation of Republican Administration, under the vernor, Edwin P. Morrow, and showed unequivocally school funds. Mr. Morrow speaks of terms of which these school funds of gross extragavance in the last "large cash balances." I will show were paid to a Republican undertaker; administration. you why their balances were not so and this agreement and contract apA verbatim account of his address large. Their books, December 30, 1911, proved by the Superintendent of Pubrollows: show a credit to the Sinking Fund of lic Instruction under this administraIFellow Citizens: In this campaign, as the Democratic $73,827.84; School Fund, $445,014.43; tion. Incidentally, I might mention an nominee for Secretary of State, and total balance, $518,842.27; deficit, Gen :the present Superintendent of Public eral Expenditure Fund. $249,123.33.. Item of $15.00 that was paid out of cu " : the school fund for six small silk curJastruetioh, I am addressing myself i it"" a. i'AAn . n a aa n AA n i a l a. a. r particularly to what Democracy has "um xicaauijf uaiauue, ocriooi. runu tains about the size of a pocket handkerchief, v to be used in the Hall of alone for education in Kentucky, and and all, January 1, of $269,718.94. I would like to know why they did Fame, thai, the light of day might be 'ito an offensive reply to the Honorable lEdwin P. Morrow, who has viciously not turn over that "sacred and invio- shut out from these precincts wherein attacked an Administration that has late" school fund, under the law and were supposed1 to reside the hope of done more for the cause of popular Constitution, of $445,014.43. I would Kentucky's childhood, and the future education and the improvement of the like to know now, for what purpose, of Kentuckys' manhood and citizenpublic schools of Kentucky than has and why they misappropriated those ship. I want you to note that this same ibcen done by all Republican admini- funds, and what they temporarily did Dr. Bruner, who was a member of the strations in the history of the State, or with those funds. From this you can see why their State Board of Education at the time, "would be done by any that might come cash balances were not so large. I and a member of the State Capitol dn the future. There is a natural hostility on the neo not quote you Section 184 of the Commission at the time, and who is jpart of Republican leaders to popular Constitution, nor Section 4371 of the the same Dr. Bruner who nresided and Section education and progressive movements Statute "Except as 4372, wherein is over the destinies of the now defunct stated, otherwise expressly Commercial Bank and Trust Co. of lending to the building of a great provided in this chapter, no part of the Louisville, voted for and authorized Thomas Jefferson, aside fund, nor of irom being the author of the Declar- common school shall be used the reve- by his vote this unholy diversion of a for any "sacred fund;" and that he was a ation of Independence, counted it his nues thereof, aiext greatest achievement that he used other purpose than the payment of the member of the Sinking Fund Commis the remaining best efforts of his life teachers of the common schools." And sion, charged under the Constitution n building a public school system forS!tion 4,3,'3 whlch states' "The Au" with the protection of this fund; and -Virginia and in'plannlng a model for(ditorsuall keep accounts in relation the same Dr. Bruner who attacks this He sha11 once in each present Administration in its manage--America; and we honor Jefferson in,to 1S fund' pansier to me cretut ment of the school finances of Kenliis posthumous glory as much for this uj. . , . siim iuuu, an receipts into tne tucky. achieve-znentas for any of his other great Treasury, with the sources of each I want you to note that Mr. R. "Pea" item, for the benefit of the common Green, who is the Republican nominee Progress Under Democracy. schools, up to the date of said trans- for Superintendent of Public InstrucFrom the beginning of our public fer." Section 4371 states, referring to tion, endorses all of this, and that he school system in Kentucky all prog- a previous section and to the Consti- is the same Mr. Green who Is an Ine, -- to Kentucky Climbs from Forty-thir33ear the Top Within Three Years "Under Hamlett's Administration Shows How Economy Has Been Practiced. Republican's Extravagance. I have in my hands the photograph of a transaction that should" bring "iron tears" to Pluto's cheeks, and make the angels in Heaven blush. I hold here the photograph of the "rape" of Kentucky's childhood's opportunity, the embezzlement of childhood's sacred heritage. I have here and present as an exhibit, the picture of a warrant for $1,800, payable to an undertaker out of the school fund of Kentucky, and charged to the school fund of Kentucky for materials furnished in the erection of the State Capitol building. I have before me in my. hands a photograph of an agreement under the terms of which $3,761.29 was to be paid, and was paid out of the school fund of Kentucky for work done in various offices, including that of the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Attorney General, Adjutant General, and for the office of the Clerk of the House, Senate, and for other work done on the third floor in the new Capitol. This was payable to an undertaker and paid out of the school fund of Kentucky, which the Constitution and the statutory law both require to be "inviolate" and "sacred." I have a photograph of a document ly results of which the State today Is proud. On account of a call and a summons from the Livingston County Circuit Court, demanding the service of your humble servant and the speaker, in a case involving the prosecution of a County Superintendent of Schools, alleged to have embezzled the school funds of the State and county; and the money was recovered. More G. O. P. Extravagance. want to speak briefly of some litI tle expense matters incurred under the Republican Administration. In 1910 there was passed an Act at the instance of the Republican Governor, allowing this Governor $3,000 for the entertainment of a National Governor's Conference at Frankfort, but on account of some joker left in the bill, thi3 expense was decided to be a permanent appropriation. However, I believe that that is all right and have no criticism to make of It, but let us see how the funds were expended by Republicans: On June 28, 1910, there was charged to the State $29.00 for one trip to Lexington and return; June 29, $57.12 for a trip to see Mr. Roosevelt in Louisville, and there is an item of $23.40 for meals on car, baggage, cab, porterage, and an item of one five cent street car fare. I find on October 29 an item of $21.62 for trip from Louisville to Bowling Green, for the purpose of mak ing a speech before the Normal School. I notice in this same item of the Bowling Green trip that this Republican Governor paid $3 for one lunch. and that he paid $1.50 for one supper. I pass over many items similar to this, including some large sums, all of which were paid on what I conceive and what I feel the present Governor Jmes B. McCreary would conceive to be business of a purely per sonal nature, and not chargeable to any expense fund allowed by the State. I find that he charged another five cent street car fare, and 65 cents for porter on December 13, and in addition to this, $6.50 for "presents", and "courtesiei'" to chauffeurs of various automobiles, and on account of "courtesies to guests." Next I find a charge of 25 cents for a telegram, here given verbatim: "London, Kentucky, November 5. Miss Nora Brown, Frankfort, Ky. Home 7:35, F. & C. Tell Mansion. Augustus E. Willson." On January 10, the same official was paid $6.44 for entertainment of visitors and their wives at the Louisville Country Club, which occurred on December prior to this date. April 18, 1911, $60.00 paid to the Capital Motor Car Company for. one trip. January 27, 1911, $25.75 for one funeral design and express charges. They not only divert the school funds of Kentucky and dis burse them through an undertaker, but use the general expenditure fund for the purchase of a funeral design to be 'placed upon the graves of the dead. I do not have to make charees. but merely to state the facts as I am doing. "I give you the facts and figures of these" accounts; I leave judgment 'to your common sense." Mr. Morrow made mention of a typewriter desk bought by the Department of Education for $110, which was a duplicate of a certain similar type of desk bought at the same price from the original contractor and made to order. Now, I want to give you some more figures in regard to this question of the purchase of furniture. Luxuries Purchased by Republicans. I find that they bought for the Adjutant General's office a typewriter desk for $118; for the Insurance Department they paid $235.00 for another one. They paid $150 for three easy chairs in the Prison Commission office. In the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction they paid as fol0, th pic i days. cf their brow, pulling the line over Llze through hot sum-n- u ex-h- it are a record of service people, comparable to that ed in the famous Pennsylvania St: J uapltol graft disclosure. I find tin these Republicans bought a num-he- i of chairs at a most exorbitant prl 3 for pages in the Senate Chamber. Ev lently they were preparing for the ext help charged to the Democrats at lie present time, and I find another ite: l of $376 for easy chairs that are ne :r used on any occasion, and four mo: e sofas amounting to $560. I find an tem of $1,700 for an unnamed number of oak chairs and any amount of moiey expended for more side chairs, etc. I r. Morrow has referred to an Item of Irinking water. The Republican Adi linistratlon preceding the present jch figures lie to mately $90,000, a plant, a part of which was? for the purpose of furnishing to the offices in the State Capitol refrigerated water, filtered and refrigfact, Mr. erated. It Is a Morrow and his associates know, that this plant, built by his own party, was and is yet an absolute failure, and that that never was supplied by this expensively built plant either filtered or refrigerated water to any Department in the State House. I consider it just as much my right under the law to provide myself and my assowell-know- administration, installed at approxi- n -- - "" I "'. ez and prifnting contracts; he mentions an item ov,$6,000 paid in 1912, most of which was Tontracted for under a Republican administration and paid present administration. for by th This is, therefore, a part of the deficit left by the former Republican administration. He states that all the print' theTVepartment of Education ing was cpjacrWWcr by the State Super- Tb State Superintendent of Public 3nstrv:tion has no jurisdiction under (he lawin the matter of letting a printing contact. He (Mr. Morrow) knows that t!e law provides for a Printing Comntssion, composed of the Governor, the Secretary of State, the Audita of PuhJe Accounts, the Attorney Generaand the Treasurer, and that all minting contracts let for the Department of Education have been subject io the scrutiny and are directly tndes the control of the State Print! ? Commission, as provided by law. le insinuates extravagance in the miter of the amount of printing done this Department. Mr. Morrow endorVs in his party platform free f ree printing and a seven months'Jchoof term, and yet viciously repudiate-al- l of 'them in his speeches. Printinpsent to Every School In State. Duy: the present Administration thereujve been sent free to tfie people of "Kentucky Democrats and Is alike more than a half millii pieces of printed matter, that have) Jen in a nature sent to them as C We cite for State Course of Study, in every school whirls a in iatucky and a guide for State in America. In this, we cite the Arbor & Birjay Book, 25,000 copies of which hav'Oeen distributed this year free to ta, people of Kentucky, and which has.npne more for the conservation of - natural resources and accom-plil'more in behalf of the conser-va- t. t of our forests than all else done in 4 previous history of Kentucky. J ys department has distributed free tol.e people hundreds of thousands ofkmphlets, bulletins and books, the valuable History of Edu-czr- n in Kentucky, and the Official at Tial of Kentucky, all of which have b gladly received by the people and f which ihis department has been nrt cordially commended. The cost cf these publications is but a trifle ckjipared to the great good received Ifthe people olthe State. We have i, apologies nor any defense to make i t any publicaions issued or any llBting that ha; been done by this fjartment; we lave done it for the Jabple; it has l?en paid for by the f sple, and the ijcrulng benefits have Ijen received by the people. G. O. P. Irinting Order. jfwe wish: to nte, however, for the jeneflt of an umispecting public, that pder the prevics Republican admin-stratioon Dumber 6, 1911, five ays prior to he inauguration of. be false. 1 text-bqksT Re--pub- li) daya when serving the people between the hours of 7:00 A.-- M. and 12:00 at midnight, as any other Department in the .'State Capitol, and I state that it has?been customary among most of the offiJces to purchase and provide drinking water just as they have purchased anal provided ice and other small necessities incident to the conduct of thesje offices at the expense of the State. Pointing Placed by a Commission. MriMorrow refers to printing bill3 ciates with pure water on hot summer IntendfetastatemTSftL ue k"P5: Com-uonwealt- h. s. T V - yiias -- ' Democracy and the Democratic Party America. We have developed in spite of the opposition of such small politicians as Morrow, R. "Pea" Green, (the illiterate "Broncho Franks," the " intrepid Bruner, the e wise and austere Democrat, "Walker, the millionaire mountaineer ILewis, who, I am informed, has han- 'dled school funds in times past, and others of this Ilk whom I have neither; .space nor time to mention, a system of .public education commensurate in Its efficiency to that of any commonwealth In America. I exclaim, as Cicero did. 'O tempora, O mores;" andVwith the Bard of Avon, "'Alack the day" when such men, clothes in Catilinarian hab iliments, should parade themselves before an intelligent public and dare to .Stand in the way of educational prog ress wH .would attempt to deny to the childreS of this Commonwealth rtheir rightful heritage which they should enjoy, liberally, through an equitable distribution of the State's equipment. . I am glad to state to the people of IXentucky that I know, from written sand verbal evidence, that even the thinking, sober citizenship of the Republican Party of Kentucky today condemns such men and their insidious aspersions, directed at the nd foundation of the existence, maintenance, and progress of a great Commonwealth. t to Near Top. From Forty-thir& 1911, when the Republican Since .Party was dethroned by an overwhelm-flamajority, on account of promises platform of iafle iy Democrats in a moved from jprincifrtes, Kentucky has in the scale of illiteracy slhe forty-thir- d t close to the jtop, aad today stands in tthe .vjreguarjfi of Commonwealths of iAsterteft. la fact, the eyes of the been arcomplishjd when the af- - the annual resources of the school lairs of State wet e in the hands of fund of Kentucky and shall be paid Democrats and Democratic Legisla- Into the Treasury and shall not be drawn out or appropriated except to tures. We have modelled our system after pay the expenses of the State Depart"the plan of Jefferson, the founder of ment of Education of whatever kind ress and improvement in the system tution, "The foregoing shall constitute diana of "Bank-failure- one-tim- bed-roc- k d g or character." I want to know what this Republican administration did with this $445,014.43, or such part of it as was unaccounted for when they turned over to Mr. Rhea, the new State Treasurer, altogether, school fund, and everything else, the sum of $269,718.94. At the time when it was done, I personally called the attention of Mr. Farley, the Republican Treasurer, to the fact that there appeared to me to be "something rotten in Denmark." This gentleman facetiously stated that I had "much to learn," and that I would discover soon that the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction was regarded, among Republicans, as an insignificant position "without authority," and that I had better "keep quiet" and do as Republicans had done, leaving such matters to those "higher up." Economy of Present Administration. This present Democratic Administration has kept inviolate and sacred every penny of the school fund. Hence, the "large balances in the Treasury" that have been referred to, and for which this Administration has been viciously attacked. When there was this balance of $445,014.43, shown by their own books, to the credit of the School fcund, they deliberately refused to pay a warrant of $108,756.50, and this warrant had been past due the teachers of Kentucky since October 5, 1911. What were they doing with this "sacred" and "inviolate" fund? They used these "sacred and inviolate" funds for the retirement of State warrants and for the purpose of showing a "small cash balance" in the Treasury. In the meantime the poor school teacher went without her pay, three months past due, while the Xmas holidays were passing and the rigor of winter fast approaching. Green. carpet-baRepublican, hardly yet a naturalized Kentuckian; and who has been fed at the public crib of Kentucky by the hands of Democrats, for years, as a "professor" in the State Normal School at Bowling g text-book- 3. Explains Morrow's Charges. Now, referring to certain items in Mr. Morrow's Bowling Green speech, to wit: $63.75 for motor car service, charged to the credit of this present Administration, and it is a credit to this present Administration, that this money was spent on behalf of the restoration of decency in the conduct of teachers' examinations in Kentucky. Mr. Morrow and his associates know that this expense for motor car services covered a period of more than two months and that this service was rendered by your humble servant, as Inspector of Schools and as a public officer, doing his duty to conserve the very foundation and inprale of the public school system of the State. As a result of the expenditure of this money, there has been no more stealing and selling of examination questions in Kentucky and the illicit traffic has been completely broken up and eliminated. He refers to an item of $45 for taxi-ca- b services in the city of Louisville. He knows that this was paid as of one date, as is customary, but that it covers items extending over more than a month, on account of services during cold, dark and winter nights, in an effort to assist in the recovery of $100,000 hack taxes due the school fund in the Highland Park Graded School District from the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. The records of the Jefferson Circuit Court show that this money was recovered and paid over on account of the efforts of your humble servant Jn the prosecution orthis case. He refers to a small item of $2.85 on account of two meals on a dining car between Frankfort and Paducah, and other items expended on account of this same trip to Paducah, which covered a period of thre4 days, amou&tlag, altogether to $28.65 in all. bed-roc-- text-boo- k practi-callJTVe- ry ad-ditif- lows : One desk, $177; one desk, $130; one small revolving book case, $50; one easy chair, $50; one sofa, $125; one umbrella rack, $16. In the office of Dr. Bruner, the Secretary of State, two desks, $354; one clothes rack, $60; one plain oak desk, Department of Agriculture, $100. The Governor's office: One flat-todesk. $230: one sofa, $150; one revolving book case, $60; one hat rack, $34; one um brella stand, $34; one plain bookcase, $235; one typewriter desk, $217. Again, In the office of Secretary of State, one flat-to-p desk, $175; one type writer desk, $217; one sofa, $140. I am omitting items amounting to thousands of dollars, for lack of time and space to mention them. I do find again for Dr. Bruner's office two more typewriter desks, $344, not listed separately, and one wardrobe soft-cushion- J: Ji p in-clw- ig ' soft-cushion- for this Secretary of State, $79. For the Assistant Secretary of State I find a typewriter desk, $172, and one umbrella rack, $95. One wooden bench for the lobby of the Auditor's office, $47.50. In the Treasurer's office, one flat-to- p easy chair, $185, and many other costly and expensive items. I find, a desk for the Librarian's office for $177. I find three easy chairs at $85.00, and a great many of what they style as side chairs, that amount to thousands of dollars. I do not know what side chairs are intended for, but doubt if there is sufficient space in the entire State Capitol to afford storage room for all of the side chairs bought and paid for under this Republican- administration. Expensive, luxuries, coaracted fer.by Rdu11- $192; one desk, $220; one roll-to- p desk, n, Jmes B. McCrjy as Governor, a3 fltown by the orirs entered on pages 4J and 44 of thefecords of the Printing CommlsBionihere was an order nhde by the Priing Commission the Coi&lssloner of Publle Pxhting to let apntract for the lication of to tertain prtIeot having the State coatract. TIwm fties, represented by cerUia Jfer?Jresuaed to x aineologlcal bulletins pub- Jadui (Oonclrif-cT.- ) I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r5Fisatofc STOP AT THE HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. another revolution, and there are enough unscrupulous men in Mexico to make the most of this This President opportunity. Wilson undoubtedly foresees, and causes him to hesitate to grant recognition. The Grit. A When Baby Has the Croup. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations, EVERYTHING IN quick relief will follow and the child will drop to sleep to awaken in the we will morning as well as ever. This remedy Until further notice furnish The Adair County News one has been in use for many years with year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir uniform success. Obtainable at er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm. and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for $1.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscripTo-day'- Splendid Offer. When a mother is awakened from sound sleep to find her child who has Let's forget about all the disagreeable gone to bed apparently in the best of and painful part of sickness, and ask ourif PAYS to be sick. health struggling for breath, she is selves it you are only HAEF sick Perhaps naturally alarmed. Yet if she can maybe you are dragging yourself around,, with a "dead tired" feeling. Perhaps voir keep Jier presence of mind and give wake up in the morning with a heavily-coat- ed tongue, a bad taste in your moutjv Chamberlain's Cough Remedy every and hardly any appetite. Quite Kkehr bilious. Maybe you have duUl you ten minutes until vomiting is produced achesare pains, CONSTIPATION, headand Does it Pay to be Sick? Paull Drug Co. Ad s ne HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized i tions to this office at once. A and Printed. Also Elwood and American 'Fence. Million and a Half for Roads. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. incorporated 1 CO- - 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matfcef Street Between first and BrooH Louisville, Ky. r. Birdseve view lot our Plant Kentucky took the most advanced step in its history for de velopment and progress when it adopted State Aid for roads. This year in Kentucky something like a million and a half dollars will be spent by the State and th counties in the construction of good turnpikes. This money is being spent intelligently, under capable supervision, and with plans and specifications which injure that the roads will be properly graded, properly drained and properly constructed. We are beginning in Kentucky this year a system of inter county seat highways, which, in five or six years will result in the construction of all the important roads in all the counties in Kentucky. Under the first year's operation of the State Aid law 104 of the 120 counties have availed themselves of State Aid and Mr. Robert Terrell, the State Highway Engineer, has received assurance that next year all of the counties will apply and receive State Aid. This means that some forty of fifty counties in Kentucky, that have not a mile of turnpike in them, are go- each year for the maintenance of all State Aid roads and should counties to contribute an equal amount per mile. For the first year this would take ten per cent, of the state fund and at the end of five years, on the basis that each county by that time will have built fifty miles under State Aid, it will take half the fund to keep them up. No money can be better expended than the money used in keeping up good roads. We have seen fine turnpike roads in other counties of the State go to pieces and become almost worthless because repairs have been neglected. This thing will be repeated all over Kentucky with these state roads unless thre is a repair fund definitely set aside. Frankfort Courier. re-qui- re aches. You go about your daily duties. Yott. tell yourself you will feel better comes you feel just but when about the same. You try this and that remedy, without getting real relief. Or-- if you get some relief, it doesn't LASTL You soon feel just as bad as you did before-3D0IT PAY to let yourself stay in. condition? Think of alf this half-sic-k of life you are missing!: You can't enjoy your food, or tWrsOciety-o- f your family and friends. You cant enjoy anything as you should, because? your senses are dulled and your brain, oppressed by the effects of a SLUGGISH ES LIVER. i Say, friend, does it PAY you to lug around that sluggish liver when you can promptly make ft ACTIVE and so get rid. of all those depressing, disagreeable sympen y toms by letting v DR. THACHER'S Liver and Blood Syrup take hold and give your Liver the help needs? " Don't delay. Don't procrastinate. Don't say "I'll do it Get a bottle of and PROVEN remedy-rigthis time-trie-d now. The four bits you pay for will be one of the BEST INVESTMENTS YOU EVER MADE. LTHACHER MEDICINE COMPANY L " Chattanooga, Tennessee. ht -" H it it ", For Sale By Page & Taylor. For Sale A piano by a young: lady with mahogany legs who in going abroad in 4a strong iror. frame. Chronic Constipation 'About two years ago when I began using Chamberlain's Tablets I hadi been suffering for some time with stomach trouble and chronic cons ti pa tion. My condition improved rapidly through the use of these tablets. Since taking four or live bottles of fine,11" eve your indigestion. Many them my health has been i; il It town hsvc tired tliein writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N". :.. .' ol.caroiacov.Lcrc .Y. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. V.c !:ct tio for Ad mula. Sold only by us 25c a bcr. -. . ua&L REtt!a' " Paull Drug Co. $5. 00 Reward if You Don't Laugh. For Sale A large dog, will eat anything, very fond of children. 'Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated ui' by an Wanted A furnished room by For Sale A parlor an old lady with electric lights. old lady stuffed with iu-For Sale A cottage by a genWanted A room by a young gentleman "with both kinds of tleman with a bay window. . Louisville, Kentucky. gas. 3- - For Indigestion. WHOLESALE Windows, Dops, Blinds, Mouldings, Another Viewpoint. The question that now bothers President Wilson is' not whether Carranza is able to maintain refar as sponsible goyernment-so Wanted A room by a young Never take pepsin and preparations gentleman with double doors. containing pepsin or other digestive indigestion, as the- more-yo- u x Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog foreign relations may' go, but stable government so far as the -- Mexican people themselves are concerned. In other words, Mr. Wilson, has reason for grave doubt that Carranza, if recognized, will have sufficient support from the Mexican people themselves to enable him to discharge the responsibilities of government to his people and. to Reasons for foreign nations. this doubt are found inthe positive statement of a high' church Read Our Liberal Paper Offers -- for Wanted A man to take care ferments take the more you take the more of horses who can speak Ger- you will have to take. What is needed is a tonic like Chamberlain's Tabman. dignitary that "no present faclets that will enable the stomach to ing to have all their important Wanted Lady to sew buttons perform its functions naturally. A& tion in Mexico is respectable Ad. roads made of good rock and on the second story of Smith & Paull Drug Co's. enough to command the configravel. Brown building. To Vote on Stock Law;. dence of a considerable portion The building of good roads is dog by a little boy Wanted A of the Mexican people." of inestimable value to all classes with pointed ears. Adair County Court, Petitions One thing is certain if CarYour petitioners signed hereto and of people, but keeping them up Wanted A cow by an old la- who are legal voters and residence in' ranza lacks respectability suffafter they are built, is equally as dy with crumpled horns. voting precinct of Adair County, Ky.,. icient to command the confidence important. If Kentucky would 5, known as Grady ville voting pie- For Sale A farm by an old of Mexicans themselves, recogcinct hereby ask the County to eriter-aprofit by its experience with gentleman with outbuildings. nition by the American governorder of said County submitting to these and other state roads it precinct to be ment will only make bad matters For Sale A nice mattress by the legal voters of said will provide, by legislative enregular November , voted on at the worse ; for he will trade upon an old lady full of feathers. The question as to election, 1015 actment next year, a means for recognition to gain means to whether or not cattle of any species maintenance which will keep all Coughs That Are StoPped! shall be permitted to run at large in force compliance with his auroads built by the financial asCareful people see that they are said precinct to include all cattle of thority with the final result that Discovery the cow kind, horses, mules, jacks sistance as good as they are when stopped. Dr. King's New ' where he now lacks confidence is at remedy of tried merit. It has jerinetts, hogs, sheep, and goats. first built. It will be the most held its own on the market for 46 W. L. Grady, W. J. Jones,. Wl TG.7l. w he will create antagonism. The ' wasteful extravagance of the years. Youth and old age testify to Wilmore, Eugene Nell, J. T. Ebse,. moment the Mexican people bestate's money if it is not done. its soothing and healing qualities. J. F. Gilpin, J. A. Gilpin, Joel R. Pnuemonla and lung troubles are of- Moore, C. F. Richard, John Comer,. come antagonistic to Carranza, It is better not to tax the people ten caused by delay of treatment. Dr. J. A. Parson, J. E. Richard, C. S. the opportunity is created for at all to build them and 'then let King's New Discovery stops those Morrison, Ed Montgomery, Jim E. R. Baker; Josiah Eaat&rp them go to ruin.. The state hacking Roughs and relieves la grippe Money back if it fails. George Gilpin, T. W. Dowellj. &L E. tendencies. should provide out of the present 50c and $1.00 at Paull Drug .Co, Compton.S. T. Tarter, Strong Hill. Fund $100 per mile Adv. StirRtad Root. Grady. n Montr-gomery, No. 'v f ' JpS li- - '& " THE :ADAIR COUNTY' NEWS The resignation of Sir Edward "The White House, Washing- Carson from the Attorney GenPublished Every Wednesday litical pledges demanded by the ton, Oct. 20, 1015 My Dear eralship in the British "Cabinet BY THE great mass of our people the EuSenator: I have been following was due to a divergence of views Adair County News Company ropean War, with a world wide with the greatest interest the with regard to Near Eastern afparalyzing business effect broke (INCORPORATED.) progress of the campaign in fairs, he announced loose with all the fury and de- Kentucky and am very much inTurkish forces are to CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. structiveness of hygienic fury. energetically with the Bul terested to observe what just It seemed almost impossible to grounds of confidencethe .party garians in opposing the Allied Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest keep our country out of blood of the City of Columbia and the" people of Adair Hon. Roy Willhoit,of Louis- has of success, iiw --yourgreat operations in the Balkans, Athens and adjoining counties. ,,, -? and destruction and off of bus .. ville, spoke to a fair audience at State. My own association with advices state. Turkish troops, mess bankruptcy, but sane and Entered at the Columbia as second court-houslast Friday af- Mr. Stanley shas giveif.hie7an im- - it is reported, are being concen class mail matter. discreet negotiation has kept us the Jr pressionof strength, .capacity,,1 trated' near Dedeagatch, Bul on neutral ground in the road ternoon, in the interest of the j intelligence and integrity, which" garia, on the Aegean Sea. The SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR that leads to ultimate success! Republican State ticket. As it makes me feel that his election landing of an Allied force at Our country has acted in that is the custom of; Republican oraas Governor of the State will Enos, near Dedeagatch, was re- WED. OCT. 27. 1915 manner that commends it to the tors to denounce Democrats in i constitute a triumph to which portep recently. admiration of civilization, pros- office, Mr. Willhoit's speech was the party can look back with Bulgarian troops are being conDemocratic Ticket. perity and forbearance and is along that line. This has- been special pride, because it is al- centrated on the frontiers of practicably free from entangling the most bountiful crop year in For Governor ways a matter of pride to serve both Rumania and Greece, accondition heretofore threatened. the history of the country, hogs, great A. 0. STANLEY. a State by putting the very cording to a Saloniki dispatch to For Lieutenant Govepnor Through all these difficulties,-throug- cattle and sheep bringing big! best man at her disposal for pub- Paris. Three divisions are beJAMES D. BLACK. the depressions to busi- money, yet the speaker asked lic service. ing gathered near the Greek For Secretary of State ness that followed under the for a full dinner pail, but dftj BARKSDALE HAMLETT. "Will you convey to Mr. Stan-- , border, it is stated. cloud of war, when industries by dared that he would not get' it JFor Attorney General ley my warmest good wishes and Cutting the railM. M. LOGAN. a world condition were almost until the Republican party was my confident hopes for his com- way line south of Nish by the JTor Auditor paralyzed, our country hasprov-e- n again placed in power. &He --was R. L. GREENE. plete success? Cordially and Bulgarians has compelled the master and is. rapidly - coming extremely severe on the Demo- sincerely yours, For Treasurer diplomatic corps at Nish to postSHERMAN GOODPASTER. into its rich inheritance of the cratic State administration, and pone its expected departure for "Woodrow Wilson, For Clerk of Appellate Court greatest era-o- prosperity in its thought Mr. Morrow would be RODMAN W. KEENON. "Hon. Ollie M. James, Lexing- Monastir, in Southern Serbia, an maentire history ;: Throughout "the elected by fifteen thousand For Supt. Public instruction Athens dispatch states. ton, Xy." , country business is" rapidly, im jority. In a few days 'we will V. O. GILBERT. Reports from German; sources This letter from the President f know hqV accurately 'Mr.7WiIl.For Com of Agriculture ' provingand in many lines of was written on his own initia-ativ- received in London indicate-tha- MATT S. COHEN. ., . ,y the" normal sstage has been hoit predicts., Had it been possible, he a campaign against Montenegro For Railroad Commissioner : "' reached., The depression is over, SID T. DODTHITT. '" county would have come to Kentucky to by Democrats of, Adair n forces is constagnation past and he who can should remember that they qiw.e "For State Senate give, in person his estimate of templated. Twenty thousand in-- ,; R, B TRIGG not see the bright lining of the Mr. R.B. Trigg, candidate for the the worth of A.- - 0. Stanley in fantrymen, together with an arFox Representative ' "RAY MONTGOMERY. near future is to be pitied. In State Senate" an act of gratitude. tillery force, have beerrsefi& the public service.- - ' the South the staple crop, cot- He did everything in his power For Circuit Clerk from Galicia to Bosnia in prep.:':-FA. STRANGE. ton, has passed from the unprof- to take Adair out of a RepubliNext Tuesday will be the elec- aration for an advance into itable market to the bouyancy of can Senatorial district, and they tion. Go to the polls early and Montenegro, it is declared. OUR LAST SAY. profit, stimulating other sections should yote for him to a man, vote the Democratic ticket. It has never been our intention in the sale of commodities bought and we believe they will. Neatsburg. to mislead or to paint a picture in that section. In the coal proWAR SITUATION. fairer than the object, but to ducing territory every mine is All of Mr. Ray Montgomery's There is quite a lot of sickness deal only in lacts, be they bright running on full time and the de- friends should be at the polls in this neighborhood at this or gloomy. In kc eping with our mand for labor is not met. Tim- next Tuesday. He is a candiSerbia's desperately resisting record and in justice to our po- ber products, are rapidly becoming date to represent Adair and forces continue to be forced back time. Miss Irene Beard was the sition, we are here to announce active, steel iron and kindred Cumberland. He would make a by tne "relentless pressure of the pleasant guest of Miss Florence to 'the readers of The News that merchandise are advancing un- watchful member of the legisla- Austro German invaders. the backbone of the business de- der the pressure of demand. ture, such a representative as 'Official statement from" Berlin Beard Saturday night. pression is broken and bright- Railroads,, long under the bane- the district needs. records the enforced retreat of Mrs, Mary Pelley and daugher days are on the country. ful effects of politicians and a the Serbians south of Lucina and ters, Bonnie and Catherine, of Its no earthly use of claiming Bozavac, the latter place being Columbia, spent There are many who look on the public pendulum that swung .too with big majorities for the Democratdark side for political purposes. far, are coming into their 3ust about twelve miles southeast of her sisters, Misses Mattie'nd ic ticket if that is" air you are goMany partisan political adher- share of an awakened business Pozarevac and some twenty Fannie Evans. ing to do. Go to work and work ents who are ever ready to ad- condition and dividends instead John Hatfield, who has been t miles south of the Danube. vance their partisan proclivities of deficits are being produced. most consistently from how unBulgarian troops have cap- very sick with typhoid fever, is by an effort to tear down the op- It matters not what you produce, til the polls close on election day. tured Sultan Tepe, and have ta- better. posing party, and are willing to whether farm, factory or labor If you want to continue to live ken 2,000 Serbian prisoners and Eld. I. B. Daniel closed a sepass through bankruptcy and de- the price is high, the demand inin a peaceful country, vote the twelve cannon. The Austrians ries of meeting at this place last struction of the country to re- creasing. It is an insult to inDemocratic ticket next Tuesday. also have made progress in mov- Sunday with several additions to establish their party in power. telligence to charge the business In so doing you endorse Presi- ing on Shabatz, on the Save riv- the church. In fact there are those who are depressing now rapidly passing Little Clarice Harmon, who dent Wilson, the man who has er west of Belgrade. so partisan and who are so blind to the Democratic party. It is a French troops have succeeded has been in the hospital at kept this country out of war. to their own welfare, that they gross injustice not to credit it in protecting the lower end of Louisville for three weeks, reare not only willing; but anxious with a wise and sane national The bugle noteNs have at last line and large ad- turned home last Tuesday and e to paint the darkest picture policy. Unless a man is blind to been wafted upon the air of Dem- ditions to their forces are on the is getting along nicely. to play on the unthinking facts, unless he prefers party ad- ocracy until every section of the way to Saloniki, a dispatch from Mrs. R. L. Beard is very sick part of thegreat mass of voters. vantage to public prosperity he commonwealth vibrates with that city states. The general at thi3 writing. The Democratic party came into is bound to see the bright lining their sweet sounding call. movement of the Allies from SaMr. and Mrs. Henry Grant loniki is said to be awaiting the A:..., power at an opportune time. It of awakened conditions. The met the clamor of the publio on greatest era of prosperity we Nearly all the Democratic pa- concentration there of sufficient and daughter will move to the first of November. the issues due to many years of haye ever had is now spreading pers are predicting that Mr. forces for their operations. E. G. Hard wick, who has been Republican rule. It inherited a over the entire country. At Stanley and the remainder of the Saloniki advices state that the most complicated position with peace with the world, the bank State ticket will win by oyer Serbian capital has been trans- at Lexington for some time, is a short visit. Mexico torn to pieces by insur- of the universe and the asylum thirty thousand votes. ferred from Nish to Prizrend, home for Mis3 Bess Cabell visited friends rection and anarchy, bringing for nations, the upward trend close to the Albanian frontier in liberty or give me "Give me this country to the verge of commercially can not be checked in this neighborhood Saturday Western Serbia. says that gallant deforceful intervention, but the unless our public policy is re- death," so No important operations on night and Sunday. fender of equal rights and home the western front are reported watchful waiting policy of W. C. Evans and wife visited versed. Democrats keep steady carried us over the national victory will soon be loving cares, Owsley Stanley. row Wilson has by any of the belligerents. In relatives in this neighborhood and destructful ca- complete. Under severe circumfthe dreaded Russia advances for the army pf Sunday. This is the last issue of, the m tastrophe of war saving thous stances and severe criticism the Field Marshal von Hindenburg News before the election. Vote northeast and northwest of 01 lives 01 our young men Democratic party I keep on hands a full stock of proves the coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep next Tuesday and vote Demtand millions of our treasure.. In wisdom of its policies and leadsouthwest 1 of. Riga, are ' Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and ocratic. act the. Mexican war cloud has ers. A vote for the State claimed by Berlin. two hearses. Prompt service night or fted and lifted only through ticket is an endorsement, Democratic principles are the Russia is preparing to issue a day. Residence Phone .29, office and sensible action of a of short term 5i per cent, internal pbooe98. .the National Democratic polJ. F. Triptett, yr administration. icy of watchful waiting that lias best safe guards to human lib- loan of $500,000000, a Petrograd emocratic erty. Vote for thsm. Ad Colniabia. Ky. rhile under the mutterings of brougst us from under the clouds announcement atatee. - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS war and uncertainty with a sis- of dreadful ter republic, while adjusting po- war, from- out4 of commercial and financial chaos and placed our country at the head of stability, peace, confidence and prosperity. Vote it straight and you vote it right for every member of the ticket, State, District and County are competent, worthy and deserving. WILSON ON STANLEY. to-da- y. co-oper- i-- - Yost-offic- e e, - h Nish-Saloni- ki f "' Jn-clust- ry . e. t ! -- Austro-Germa- . " . ( last-wee- k 'J c- Nish-Saloni- ki pos-ibl- Camp-bellsvil- le $ Mi-ta- u, Dein-ocrat- ic 45-- 1 T kw. y ' y js ?1 -- J THE ADAIR-- COUNTY NEWS Will VienStck Law :, ROYAL BAKING AbsolutelyPure Contains No Alum Personals. POWDER We, the undersigned citizens and legal voters of Egypt voting precinct, Has locatfed In Columbia of Adair County, Kentucky, petition the Adair County Court to cause to and will do a General be entered on order of said Court, "dipractice. recting a poll to be opened in said Egypt voting precinct at the regular Residence on Burkesville Street. November election, 1915, to be held in Office in Butler Building said precinct, and submitting to the on Public Squarelegal voters of said Egypt voting precinct the question: "Are you in fayor of making it unlawful for" cattle, SAVE NOW horses, mules, Jacks: Jennets;- sheen. and hogs to run at large on ttje public nignways ana uninciosea lands or Egypt voting precinct of AdaiT Coun- $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma ty?" .,t ?75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Given und,erpur. hands, this 28th day Course,, Time Unlimited, if you ''' of August, 1915;''- L. M. Sanders, .Ni M. Ellis, Herbert enroU on or before November laf . Furkin, B. A, Cooley,. H- - H. Absher, Write today for catalog and $20. Silas F. Holmes, W. P. Dillingham, discount coupon No. 32. W. H. Case, TV. H Streeval, W. A Address, Humphress, R. O. Dillingham Frank H. O. .KEELING, Pres. Cooler,. James Cooley, Elbert Cooley, Welby Cooley, Willie F. Feese, R. N. Bryant & Stratton Business College Sherrill, T. B. Murrell, R. B. Murrell, Louisville, Ky. C. W. Cundiff - DR. JAS. TAYLOR, Gradyville. . . :' Rev. W. C. Ghristie and: wife - $20.00 are spending this week at Summershade. Joel Rodgers was on the sick: list several days of last week. Mrs. L. C. Nell and son are visiting relatives in Owen county at this time. Miss Mollie Flowers spent lasfc Saturday and Sunday at Greens-bu- rg. Dr. B.F. Taylor, of Columbia,, " passed through here the first of! the week en route for East Fork- Dr. L. C. Nell spent a day or-sat Greensburg the first of the: o week. Rev. Jo Furhins is holding great revival in the Keltner si com- It is not often that you see an un rah E , and son, Green Lee, James COMMISSIONER'S SALE. usually large gathering of men but town, were shopping in Columbia, last v you see signs of th.use of liquor, but "' Saturday. in Jamestown, tn'efirst day of court, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Pickett and not a drunken-maMr. and Mrs J H was seen, a fine .U. .i-- f OF KENTUCKY. Mrs. Geo. Staples left for the city three children yis'fed Mr. ?aricL -- Mrs. recommenfldtionfor Russell county. OttieBel), &c. Pltfs. J i Monday to be gone a few days. While W. R. Myers last Saturday, and Sun- J. H"Kinnaird,;&c. Defts. there will purchase some new novel- day. . When in Columbia leave your horse Byvirture of a. Judgment and.order ties in millinery for Stults & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Price Vanarsdall, and and buggy at V. B. Wilson'si Th'ey: of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderMr. E. Moore and wife and Miss Mr. W. F. Hancock and wife, of Louis- will be well cared for -- ,;. i'4-jt- f ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in Laura Moore, sister of Mr. Moore, ville, reached Columbia last Saturday the above cause, I shall proceed tb of The Russell county Jamestown, were here. Tuesday night, afternoon and remained until Tuesday fer for sale at the court-hous- e door, in few days.-- . Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, the former and latter en route jto morning. They stopped at the home wlir.be intjperatWn ,in' Hands-arenobusy quarrying, rock, at public 'atietion, on'Jibnday, the i'str of Mn. and Mrs. M. CraVensi. Nashville,- Mss Moored o visit. -- - -- rocK-orfisT- iei - - .? - - - , - Mr. Geo, trip lu uuiuujDiiv ia$i wees. Mr. J. E. Lester, candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, was here a few days ago. He spoke, , with Mrj JSuddlestonjJils opponent,, at James-town- , at the opening of circuit court, - RMiller inade his regular weeks in Louisville,,, returned home .Jamestownto ' '" ' " ' 3 last Friday. ' Operations in better road building" Mrs. J. A. English, ,whorvasited two will start on the highwayldadingcf rdtn. Russell-Springs? r- We, the owners of Judas the Per-Mr. Daniel Bryant represented Hood Lodge in the Grand Lodge, and .cheoh Stallion, will sell him the first Monday in November, to2the highest Mr. Smith Tampico lodge. bidder, about one o'clock on public Mr. Elih'i Dunbar,- who represented''' 'square Jamestown Lodge in the Masonic 2 that place. Grand Lodge, was here Saturday, en t An infant child, about two years T Mr. Jas. Hickmau,of Nicholasville, his return home. old, of Mr. and Mrs. James Whited, was here a few days ago. Mr. J O. Russell was again taken who live on Mr. N. T. Mercer's farm, Mr. T. F. Durham, of Danville, was seriously ill Saturday night, but he is died Tuesday of last week The remains were conveyed to Bea'rwallow better at this writing. at the Hancock Hotel. Jast week. for interment. Mr. C. H. Campbell, wife and baby, Mr C. E. Cunningham, Louisville, Creelsboro, visited at th&home of Mr. was in Columbia recently. For the next week, I will pay 24c, T. P. Dunbar and Mr. John Balloo cash or 25c. in the store for eggs. Dr. J. N. Murrell made a business from last Friday until Monday. D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. trip to Louisville last week-Judg-e T. A. Murrell, wife and chilTJe'v. O. P. Bush assisted by: Rev. dren, of Lebanon, paid Columbia a Haley,. began a meeting, ,at .,Gilead, pleasant visit last week. Green county, on Monday' night, Oc Mr. Horace Jeffries, Master, repre?' s:iLJ to'be'r:2oth. sented Columbia Lodge, "No 96, 'F and. A M, in the Grand Lodge last week, ! Sunday School Attendance.-,-: When traveling outqf Columbiaf and Mr. J. R. Garnett, King, repreColumbia-Chapter, 7 No get W. HWilson?s prices ore you sented . 126 hire a rig. Methodist . Mrs. JiJL Garnett accompanied her Christian husband to Louisville :last week. Circuitrfeourt adjourned. at JamesBaptist town last Friday, to meet again, the Mrs. R. L. Burnell, of Louisville, is Presbyteiian second Monday In November. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. N. Murrell. 36 U. B. Miss Mollie Caldwell visited LouisCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. ;.., ville last week. FOR SALE. Mr. N. W. Herod, Nashville, was On account of old age and desiring ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT registered at tie Hancock Hotel last to retire from the Milling Trade, we .. OF KENTUCKY Thursday. offer our First Class water power J H. Kinnaird Pltf I) Mr. W. H. Crisp, Jamestown, was Roller Flour Mill all complete and in Laura C. Roe, &c. Deft. By virture of a Judgment and order here Thursday, en route to Louisville. good ring order with good, substanFor particulars of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderMr. F. H. Tucker, Greecsburg, was tial custom trade. ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in address, Kerns & Reece, in Columbia a few days ago. the above cause, for the suras rf 8438.-8- 6 Jamestown, Kj. Miss Jenuye McFarland returned and 8393.93 with the interest at the from Indianapolis last Wednesday rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the Chicken thieves tried to rob severnight. al roosts, last week, about town, but 1st day of Nov., 1915, until paid, and Mrs. Wm. Butler, whose critical failed Mr. Geo A. Smith's coops 848.85 costs herein, I shall proceed to door condition has heretofore boen men- and also Dr. C. M. Russell's were vis- offer for sale at the court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky to the highest bidtioned by this paper, does not improve ited, but the thieves were fired Upon, on Monday, the der, at public-auctioMrs. L. O. Taylor arrived from and they hurriedly left without the 1st day of Ifov., 1915, at one o'clock Frankfort last Thursday afternoon, to booty. If depredators do not want to p. m., or thereabout, (being County spend two weeks with her sister, Mrs. get killed they had better quit their Court,) upon a credit of six months, business Every family has a gun L. L. Eubank. the following "described property, ready for use. days of Three certain tracts of land Mr. J. B. Coffey spent a few ' lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on . last week in Louisville. For, Sale. the waters of Harrodsfork, and known Mr. J. F Montgomery spent a day fas the E. F. Roe lands The first tract or two at Jamestown last week, on I have an extra good' Jersey milch contains about 86acres, more or less, cow for sale, also a yearling heifer. professional business. 30 acres heretofore sold off E. W. Reed. less aboutclaimed by George Groves, Dr. F. H. Winfrey and wife arrived and now from Frankfort last Thursday night, A very large crowd attended the The second and third tracts lie ad and will remain until after the elec- opening of circuit court at James- joining or near to the first described tion. town, a greater portion of the day be- tract and contains 2 acres more or Murray left for ing occupied by candidates, who made less and 7 acres more or less. For more Mr. and Mrs. Jo Louisville last Friday, the latter to addresses and by speakers who repre- complete description reference is made sented candidates. It was Republican to the Judgment and Order of Sale have one of her eyes treated. day, not a Democrat speech being of Record in Order Book B., p. 477, of Mr. J. W. Marshall represented the Adair Circuit Couj;t Clerk's ofGlensfork lodge in the Grand Lodge; made. fice.Or sufficient thereof to produce Mr. W. F. Grant Neatsburg lodge and sums of money so ordered to be For fresh groceries, just opened, at the Mr. J. R. Patterson Breeding lodge. living prices? go to the new store of made. For the purchase price, the Rev. J. S. Chandler came over from Finis Rosenbaum. He will deliver in- purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearCampbellsville last Friday nightj and side corporate limits. Phone 152. ing legal interest from the day of sale was with his friends here Saturday. : until paid, and having the force and Rev. R. T. Chapln attended Tran At- this 'time Jamestown has a effect of a Judgment. Bidders, will be sylvania Presbytery, which met at good dwellings prepared to comply promptly with '.steady gfowthA-FlvLancaster Isst week. two Have recently bew erected on the these terras. Mr. Cornelius Dunbar M 'libnticello. W. A. Coffey, Marter Commissioner. daughters, tfiettB Amanda J&ftMi Sa- - street leading to -- v. . : :". . ', : 49-t- f. Additional Locals. , . ..., 44-t- f. " munity. There has been quite a. number of profession. The ser vices are held in a large tent. The 'Republican speaking afc this place was largely attended,, last Friday night. Robert 0. Keltner was on the: sick list a few days of last week.. The series of meeting that has-been going on at Big Creek: day. oflTov., J915,- aC one: n!clock-r-piChurch for the past two weeks,. m,. or thereabout, (being County conducted by the pastor, Rer.- Court,) upon a credifTof six months, the following described property, to- Pardew, and Rev. Roach, closed! wit: A certain tract ofland situated last Thursday. night, with fifin Adair county, Kj , on thewaters of Leather wood Cre'6k,'" known as the teen or twenty profession as Clayton Bell farm, and owned by him well a3 the community at large at the time of his death, and bounded greatly revived. as follows: On the north by the wn Bridge water & Co., the lands of John Moss, on the east by the lands of Jesae Breeding, on the south tinner of Columbia, put: by the lands of Jeff Rose, and on the west by the lands of John Yates and J. in several days of last week, O. Moore. Said land will be sold accord work in our town putting a new ing to a survey which will be on file and read at time of sale. For the roof on W. M. Wilmore's dwellpurchase price, the purchaser, with ing. approved surety or securitie, must exMrs. H. A. Moss and sister;.' ecute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and Miss Williams, of Greensburg,. having the force and effect of a Judg- passed "through here last Fridayr-ement. Bidders will,- - be ..prepared to route for Cumberland county comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. where they will spend several! days visiting. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. There is two or three carloads of hogs in this section that willt ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT r be ready for the market irf J s -- - : -' well-kno- at n the-nea- OF KENTUCKY. R'db'e't Brown, etc., r Pltfs. Annie Lee Coomer, etc. Defts ,) By. virture of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to ofdoor in fer for sale at the court-hous- e Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 1st ii:'K -- ' future. We understand that woods are lined with hogs, and there is more hickory nutsr. and acorns than can be consumed" by the hogs, not to mention thecoi-tinues - - to-w- it: 51-3- t. ,, . Court,) upon a credit of six months th former. to-- . .. the following described property, $400 difference.. . giving the latter wit: A certain in Adair county, Kentucky, on the,So Mr-- Nel1 and familv wilB waters of Burns Creek, containing move, in a few days, to the about 41 acres and bounded on the property recently owned by rth by the lands owned by John j, Grady, and uncle Robert Kelt-Benn- ett and Roy Bennett, on the west ner and f amUy w m move tQ h , ,, ... , by lands owned by Boy. Bennett, Les- yrupeiiy uiai win uc vauamu uy lie Turner and J. S. Stapp's heirs, south by lands owned by P. H. Mr. Nell. This deal round botb Bryant and on the east by the Huston these men up with property that: Green lands. It is the same land con- suits them exactly, veyed by the Sheriff of Adair county Nell Bros, closed a deal with to John M. Brown by deed bearing J. H. Smith, last week, that puts; date of August 24th, 1893, and of Adair County Court Clerk's of- them in possession of 380 acres, fice in deed boook No. 10, page 551. of the best farming land in this; ITor the purchase price, the purchaser, section, for the consideration of1 with approved surety or securities, $20.00 per acres. This-- land iss must execute Bond, bearing legal in- well improved and under a good! terest from the day of sale until paid, state of cultivation. Eugene and having the force and effect of a Nell and family will move to the J udgment Bidders will be prepared farm about the first of the year promptly with these terms. we understand. to comply We, have not W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. learned what Mr. Smith's inI beechnuts and chestnuts. The spirit of progression with our people. Lasts day of Nov., 1915, at one o'clock, p. week George E. Nell and Robert. m , or thereabout, (being County Q Keltner exchanged houses. ...!.,,..;, ( W-no- on-th- e rec-ordi- n - e want good service, safe drivand fairlprtisw, go. to ers v W. H. Wilson's. f. If you 44-t- tentions are. We know he isi one of our best farmers as business raen. We hope he wilk locate in tke aounty. . A -- J I f- -' . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS An Editor's Pa'yv KBt. M. C. Tracy, of Macon, Ga., Visitors to Louisville Looking For tells the following story of the time when tobacco and pigs were used as money: "I well remember along in the 50's, of seeing great stacks or bunbles Jof tobacco piled up on one side of the Huntsville American office. That was along in Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better The tobacco represented receipts on subscriptions. Each bundle contained ten pounds of tobacco, and was good to make the subscribers solid with the paper for one year. The tobacco was weighed in the office and the subscribers was credited with ten cents a pound, the market price. The tobacco offered the editor was of the finest quality and used only for cigars. There was a large factory in Huntsville, where a great many 1856. -- Officers of Election. Nine Babies in 24 months -- The following are the officers of .bout 15 months ago a Mrs. the November election, selected by the Board of Election Commissioners: Drury, of Spencer, county, gave West Columbia. J. L McLean and birth to 5 children, 3 of whom are II. D. Murray, Judges; J. N. Squires, still living and healthy. Two (2) Clerk, Wood Paxton, Sheriff. 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 Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & slaves were employed in getting the tobacco ready for the market. The editor sent his tobacco off along with that of the shippers and received his money when they did. "Back of the newspaper office was a pen, where the editor would keep pigs and small stock taken on subscriptions. There was but very little money in the country, and such things as the farmers raised passed as legal tender. A newspaper office was practically a warehouse for country products. "The most remarkable payment on newspaper subscriptions, perhaps, was that tendered by a subscriber to the old .Blooming-to- n Gazette, somewhere in the 40 's. The subscriber had a large, flat tombstone which had been erected at the head of some of his ancestors' graves, He had long forgotten )- she presented her East Columbia. J. Z P. Dunbar, Judges; E zy Younjr. husband with four more little Clerk, W. H. Sandusky, Sheriff. wee darlings making nine she Geo. Leftwitch, Milltown. D. Cheatham, Judges: J. B. Keltner, has had in legs than two years. Clerk, Geo. Atkins, Sheriff. This is a little ahead of anything Keltner. Clem Coomer and Manny we have heard of before and Kemp, Judges: Lee Vier, Clerk, Turnproves that while Spencer couner Keltner, Sheriff Gradyville Charles Sparks and El ty may not be as productive agmer Keen, Judges; E. E Nell, Clerk, riculturally as some other counStrong Hill, Shesiff. . ties, she certainly cannot be Elroy. Tom Patton and Jas Simpheaded when it comes to raising son, Judges; X. W. Scott, Clerk, children. Frankfort Courier. Rossen, Sheriff. Pickett. P weeks ago Al-vi- n Wellendorff, Street KCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market "Efficiency" has made our growth possible. Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health As health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers and on the platform, the mass of women are beginning to realize what the more cultivated have always known, that ood health cannot be found In a powder jx. The externals of health may be obtained in that way, but the basis of ealth lies deeper, and yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thing that a tvoman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach md bowels; The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and sxactly suited to her needs. It is far -- - who the ancestors were, and as the editor needed a smooth stone to mix his ink on, he found the reverse of the roomument to be just the thing and promptly credited the subscriber with his subscription for the stone, and both felt the richer by the trade. Harmony L. W. Tabor and Oliver McClister, Judges; J. A. Darnell, Clerk, G. L. Rosenbaum, Sheriff. Glenville. James Marshall and Ed Johnson, Judges; Charley Young, Clerk, Z. T. Taylor, Sheriff. White Oak. John Blair and Milton Conover, Judges; Hiram Powell, Clerk, Geo. Blair, Sheriff. Little Cake. Welby Williams and F. W. Miller, Judges; Ben Evans, Clerk, W. G. Shepherd, Sheriff. Pellyton. N. T. Jones and W. H. Sinclair, Judges; Luther Perryman, Clerk, S. S. Workman, Sheriff. Roley. Virgil Hovious and Geo. Walker, Judges; Emmetfc Goode, Clerk, Milburn Wolford, Sheriff. Cane Valley. Melvin Cave and J. C. Sublett, Judges; John Stanberry, Clerk, Wood Judd, Sheriff. Egypt. Jo Beard, Bun Ingram, Judges; Horace Murrell, Clerk, W. L. Russell, Sheriff. South Columbia- .- W. T. Price and J. C. Dohoney, Judges; Geo. E. Wilson, Clerk, Tom Holladay, Sheriff. A Clogged System Needs Attention, Are you bilious, dizzy and listless? Dr. King's STew Life Pills taken at onces seizes upon constipation and starts the bowels moving naturally and easily, Moreover it acts without griping. Neglect of a clogged system often leads to most serious Poisonous matters and a body poorly functioning need immediate attention. If you wish to wake Stanley a Wonderful Man up to morrow morning happy in mind and entirely satisfied, start your treat The career of Owsley Stanley ment tonight. 25c a bottle at Paull Adv. since boyhood has been most reDrug Co. com-plication- Sr superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc.. which are entirely too violent. Women should see to 'It that they have at least one movement of the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin In the small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among them Miss V. L. Moore. 32 Claiborne St., Nashville, Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing remeuy oeiore Duying it in me way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge bv simDlv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair and WantedExperienced for bottle baby. nurse Wanted An organist and boy to blow the same. Often children do not let parents know they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Eexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Pauil Drug Ce. 3 Watch Your Children The Colds Of Mankind Cured bv Pines! Have you ever gone through a typical pine forest when you had a cold? "What a vigorous impu'se it sent! How you opened wide your lnngs to take in those invigorasing and mysterious qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's possesses those stimulating qualities and overcomes hacking cough The inner lining of the throat is Cough Chamberlain's Recommends strengthened in its attacks against cold germs. Every family needs a bot Remedy. tle constantly at hand. 25c. at Paull '"Last winter I used a bottle of Drug Co. Adv. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a Wanfrprl Tlv a resnfiP.tahle ffirl. bad bronchial cough. I felfc its benPine-Tar-Honey The Honorable E. T. Franks is going up and down the State orating in behalf of the Republican ticket, and telling of the mistakes of President Wilson. This reminds us of what Mark Twain said of Bob Ingersoll's lecture on the "Mistakes of Moses." Mark said: "I paid $1 to hear Bob Ingersoll on the 'Mistakes of Moses;' but I would have given $5 to hear Moses on the. the "Mistakes of Bob In- , eficial effect immediately and before I her naasacre to New York, will had finished the bottle I was cured. I ing to take care of children and never tire of recommending this rem- gersoll." Pacts 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 Lin- to my friends," writes Mrs. William Bright, Ft. Wayne, Ind. ObAd tainable at Paull Drug C. edy a sailor. I keep on hands a full stock coffins, caskets, of and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or Residence Phone 29, office day. phone 98. H' r. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Ad, If you want good service, safe drivprices, go to ers and-fai- r W. H. Wilson's. 4-tf. fresh blood, dissolves the congestion, relieves the injury, the circulation is free and your pain leaves as if by magic. The naPaull Drug Co. ture of its qualities penetrates immediately to the sore spot. Don't Wanted A boy to be inside keep on suffering. Get a bottle or and partly outside the counter. Sloan's Liniment. Use it. It means Wanted A room for two young instaut relief. Price 25c and 50c. $1.00 botttle holds six times as much gentlemen about thirty feet long as the 25c size. At Paull Drug Co. Adv. and twenty feet broad. new Sick headache, biliousness; piles" and bad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies.- - They act gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. imentbrings adjoining counties. See me be markable. By close study of poLatest imlitical economy and by his in- fore contracting. domitable will power, together proved machinery of all kinds. with a large and extensive knowPump Repairing Done. Give ledge of man, he has been able to thoroughly understand the me a Gall. wants of the masses. There is C. YATES no man in the South so well qualified to render services to the whole people as he. Take A Splendid his career from the time of his Clubbing Bargain induction into office and his We Offer every act has demonstrated that he Adair County News he possesses an unusual amount and of business capacity and a mind The Cincinnati that is as clear as crystal. While Weekly Enquirer a member of Congress he was not classified as one of the ordiBoth One Year nary 'Eton's." He was always For Only in the first pew and what he Subscription may be said was not only eloquent but new or renewal full of logic. No man received What the Weekiy Enquirer Is more absolute attention on all It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of occasions than Stanley. While the best home metropolitan weeklie'of today. It has all the facilities Of the great chairman of his committee he DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the world's events, and for that reason can never knew what it was to besine yon all the leading news. It carries a carries a great oznount of valuable farm come fatigued, With an untirmatter, crisp cditorirls and reliable market reports: Its numerous deing energy and magnificant abilpartments make it a necessity 'to every ome. farm or business man. ity he has proven that he is one This grand offer Is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for of the political jewels of the the above combination right cow. Call or mail orders to present day. J. $1.35 The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. but that indigestion and the distressed There Is No Question feeling which always goes with 'it can be promptly relieved By .taking a u - ktfoiswkiatarwwiiBWRl. 25caboa Paull Druff Ce. tfSmmSmm H Tablet Wanted A nice young man to run a pool room out of town. Wanted A boy who can open oysters with a reference. ,MC rz. J V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS publishing Co. The Republican ncznnee for Governor HENRY W. I contract for the printing of these bulle- would stoop so low as to direct his J IU of his lieutenants to tins was approved by George A. Lewis, attacks, and all Superintendent of Public Printing, and direct their attacks at the insignifiDENTIST! presented to the subsequent Democrat- cant office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction is indicative of the ic administration for approval and Am permanently located in Col payment. This was the first informa- fact that they are desperate and know There are times in every woman's life when she tion which the new Printing Commis- not where to turn, nor how to form Iumbia. sion, composed of James B. McCreary their lines for an attack. needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. Morrow's Doom Is Sealed. and his associates, received of the fact All Classes of Dental work done. Crow When that time comes to you, you know what tonic that their predecessors had authorized The fact of the business is, Mr. Morto take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comthe Superintendent of Public Printing row, and every man on his ticket, tle and Inlay work a Specialty. posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act to let a contract to persons other than realizes and recognizes, and acknowlgently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, AH Work Guaranteed edges already, ignominious defeat, and the regular contractor. It is a and helps build them back to strength and health. fact that Mr. Lewis "was called by their mad attacks upon the bulIt has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, Office over G. W. Lowe's before the Commissioners to explain wark or the commonwealth, the pubailing women in its past half century of wonderful why the contract price of this job of lic school system, they evidence the printing was so greatly in excess of fact, and notoriously parade the fact, Shoe Store success, and it will do the same for you. the prices for work done under the that their attitude is retrogressive in You can't make a mistake in taking regular State contract. The Superin- all things and especially in this one J. H. Stone J. B. Stone tendent was required to furnish an es- great business of the State. Mr. Mortimate of this work under the regular row sealed his doom injiis first attack State contract. It was found that the in his speech at Bowling Green. A & Inter-Stat- e Publishing Company was man of such low ideals, and of so small charging $1,718.50 for what the State, conceptions of what a great commonthrough its regular contract, would be wealth should be and how it should Attoney-At-Larequired to pay $1,165.78. It was also be developed, is not fit to be the nominee even for the great office of school found tnat county report No. 4, which Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., q v Will practice in under the special contract amounted trustee, in this State. The Republisays: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, to $1,702.00, would amount to only cans, even of the most radical type, this and adjoining counties. for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was $1,093.00 under the State contract, aa condemn him for his unwarranted, would have been let' by a Democratic flimsy attacks, based on hypocrisy and so weak and nervous, and had such 'awful dizzy administration and a Democratic the intense desire to get an office. Kentucky spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and Jamstown, : Too Far Advanced to Consider Printing Commission. The Democrat as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Hypocrisy. ic Printing Commission refused to pay Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. I tell you again, my fellow citizens, under this special contract made by Republicans with some spurious Re- that the people of Kentucky have ad, publican beneficiaries, and saved the vanced too far to consider such cant State on tro items, $1,161.72. It is and hypocrisy. Their homes are too Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist also a notable fact that this special dear, and their love for "the little red contract has disappeared and can not school house ana the church by the Eye Specialist be found in the office of the Superin- wayside" is too pure to listen to a man, or set of men, who would prosti- Special attenticn given Diseases of all tendent of Public Printing. tute what should be better ideals to Turns the Light On. Domestic Animals a cause, and an attempt so low. I Now, my friends, there is nothing have faith in the people of Kentucky; Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on so clarifying and purifying as sun- I have faith in the - Jamestown road. mothers light, anu T have taken the pains to and fathers of Kentucky, to the servhave before me facsimile copies and ices of whose little children I have Phone 114 G. photographs taken from the originals dedicated my life and efforts; I have Columbia, Ky. of all of these illegal acts. faith in the school teachers of KenI need not refer to the fact that tucky. I have led for four years KenMr. Morrow has himself admitted his tucky's great "standing army," and I Business Pho el3"A tetMence Phone13 B false statement and error in regard to tell you that America's standing army the balance that he alleged to have is today that body of sch'Ssl teachers existed in the school fund of 1914 of of which Woodrow Wilson has been N. DR. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire $683,000, and that the per capita was one; and that it will be due to the kept at $4.00. He has apologized al- efforts and ideals of this army 20 per cent. less and Barbed Wire ready to the public for making such that Americathe go forward continuwill IDENTIST a statement. ously in peace, love and prosperity. Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Secured Seven Month School Term. Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g A Reconstructed Man Costs ?5UC. less Market. He is Rubber Roofing I would like to add here, however, catalogues of With exhibitions and that on account of this $638,000 acup Stairs. vsjeilinga-gcea- t many articles in these lines cumulated by conservative business artificial limbs now brought to notice management of the school funds, I one gets to calculating the cost of a ror - Kentucky less wnoiesaie price, did, arbitrarily, on account of what I reconstructed man. Seemingly a little Columbia, conceived to be my authority as execu- more than $300 would suffice. A pair prices. tive, state that I would declare a seven of artificial legs costs about $150 and a months school term. I was immedi- pair of arms about $100. Ears, with All Ground should be Rolled ately advised by the proper legal au- drums, etc.. cost $75 each; eyes $30 a thorities of the State that this could pair, and so on. Without heart and Before Seeding. not be done without Legislative enact- brain a man is worth about $500. General Blacksmithlng ment. Then I did declare a $4.50 per With them the price might change. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up capita, the largest that had ever been London Chronicle. Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly declared before in the history of KenThis $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specla tucky, and every teacher in Kentucky Nothing to Be Said. Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. knows that the salaries were paid Judge You admit, then, that you attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and promptly every month. I then drafted stole the loaf of bread? Woman Pris40c. Quarts 45c. Mason satisfaction Guaranteed. a bill for 4he following Legislature, onerYes, your honor. Judge What which was passed, and the result of have you to say for yourself? Woman Half Gallons 70c. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' which was the establishment of the Nothing, your honor. If it was lace seven months school term which we or Jewelry 1 might plead kleptomania, PHONEINO.I7S International Harvester Company's 8 Disc now have, at a per capita of $5.25. but we can't try that when it's bread. Chicago Hrald. PARSON, Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spread"Broncho" Franks, of Owensboro. Now, I have noticed that a certain Campbellsville, Ky ers 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. In the Station, Mr. Franks, known as "Broncho" "I want to take a train to New Franks, from the city of Owensboro, H. C. Prices. Department of Edu York." has attacked the DENTAL OTSTFaCEJ "But, my dear sir, we pay our encation, also in a most vicious manHarvester Company's Disc gineers to do that." Baltimore ner. I have never heard of Mr. Franlts 10. per cent, less being a friend to the cause of educaHarrows, sizes on hands tion, nor to any other worthy cause. Harsh Cur. I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while I do know that there is in the records Hubby (at breakfast) I've got a bad of the Franklin Circuit Court that Mr. DENTIST stock an head this "rnlng. Wife I'm sorry, Franks was indicted and tried for alleged crime that would make one tear. I do ope you'll be able to shake OVER PAXJISL, DRUG CO. Drills, Superior We also sell so sensitive as he claims to be blush It off. Bosl-- n TranscriDt Columbia, Ky. in shame and keep himself in obscurfarmers best friend, Oliver Chilled Plows ity, instead of in bold hypocrisy at- Special Notice To Columbia Folks? tacking the decent and honest servants j xues PEONS 20. office: peconx Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood We wish to announce we are ex of the people and the innocent chil; dren of this commonwealth. I do not clusive Columbia agents for the simSmoothing Harrows. know how Mr. Franks has become so ' 1 prominent in the politics of his party, ple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycYours For Your Good Will, nor how he has grown so rich, but erine, etc., known as Alder-i-ka- . This I have been told that he had some- remedy, used successfully for appenI am prepared to do any kind of Tin thing to do with the equalization of I Hauor revenues, whatever that is: I dicitis, is the most THOROUGH bow Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. do not know. But, I am informed that el cleanser we ever sold. It is so pow- make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized it was in his case a most lucrative erful that ONE SPOONFUL Irelieves Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other business, and, on account of his in such matters, he became almost ANY CASE of constipation, thing made In Tin or Sheet Iron. Call Collector of Internal Revenue and re- sour or gassy stomach. Alder-1-k- a at my shop if you need anythin6 In my tired from this office a millionaire after four years' service. This is all never gripes, is safe to use and the line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. rumor to me I do not know that it INSTANT action is surprising. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. is absolutely true. However, it is told The Paull Drug Company. S. E. Bridgwaters, by Republicans, and I am sure they Adv. inwould not disparage Mr. Franks tentionally. Kentucky Conference. I do not take time to refer to the Clubbing Offer. gentleVETERINARY SURGEON attacks of the other "small" men on this Republican ticket, and The first round of Quarterly Conferthose interested on behalf of this Attention. For a short time we make the fol The time is too short. The ence for the Columbia District will Landowners ticket. Honorable Judge Lewis Walker, for be as follows: lowing offer, one of the best we have-evDemocrat, who instance, a turn-coa- t charge, Nov. 2, 3 and 4 C. Faulkner, is prepared to do Creelsboro given to the readers of the News. would sell his birthright for a mess Columbia Station, Nov. 6 and 7. Here is the proposition: being of pottage, and yet with all that and your Surveying correctly. a Republican. I feel kindly towards Liberty charge, Nov. 9 11 10. 12. The Adair County News, and Columbia circuit, Nov. iLuk4Z&F5$&. him on account of my sympathy for Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, years Edmonton circuit, Nov. 16, 17 and people whose ignorance is commenf He has thirty-thre- e " : The Housewife, surate with their avarice, and I pass Special Attnetin to Eyes experience. Charges reahim by, and put him in a category Albany charge, Nov. 23, 24 and 25. Reliable Poultry Journal, with the heretofore referred to, R, All the official members as well as Farm Journal. SDavin or anv inr "Pea" Green. Fistulo- - Poll-evi- l. sonable. Phone 74 or all others will please be present, it is gical work done at fair prices. 1 an All the papers for one, except necessary as we want to get to work Endorses Woodrow Wilson. well fixed to take care of stock. Hod The Democrat- and with God's help make this the the last named and that will be sent Now, in conclusion: write dee when work is done or ftoclt ic ticket is led by a princely states- best year for Kentucky Conference. ledtored from stables. for five yeSrs. man whose ability and achievements C. O. B. West, $1.65 takes the entire lot. If you LtCATMIf-N- EAt El HUES' IESI1EKCE are comparable with those of a Wood-roSupt of Columbia District. want them subscribe at once. NIMKSVILLE STKET. any Wilson, aa Ollle James, or i lolambla. Ky. t the greatest Democrats of this- age Tke.faot that the pj aay other-a- ge ,M II a Tonic If You Need Hi (Continued from page a.) be the Inter-stat- e DEPP, well-know- n CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. Stone Stone. w gMKWMMMK L. H. Jones God-fearin- g Woodson Lewis GiREEisrsBima, at ky. J. MURRELL than at than at tnan write Wheat Notice to the Public Fruit Jars, Pints at JEFF International than at Dr. James Triplett the lasts Wheat the the TIN WORK. Woodson Lewis, C. D. )urveymg Crenshaw er " V T. Faulkner,f w - J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .q PROGRAM -- Program of the Adair County Convention of the Christian Churches which will convene at Chestnut Grove Church, near Elroy, on Friday night before the Fifth Sunday in October, at 7.00 3p' DOUBT ENDS WHEN SHE STANLEY AND HIS MULE :'ivLwt' TRIES TANLAC Mrs. o'clock: 7:00. Emma Henle Says Relief 720. 1:W. 3:30. '3:00. :15, ' x 3.0:30. Song and Devotional Service, led by Z. T. Williams. Address, by the President, F. J. Barger. The Dedication of a Life to Christian Service, Tobias Huffaker and Z. T. Williams. Appointment of Committees. SATURDAY MORNING SESSION. Song and Devotional Service, led by John Lyon. Symposium. The Country Church. 1. The Call of the Country Church, Eld. Hickinson, C.'C. Lloyd. 2. Ministers of the Country Church, Eld. Clemens, of Glasgow, John Lyon. 3, Means and Methods of Country Church Work, H. B. Guinn, Robert Kirby. Symposium of Three Important Factors in Christian Education. 1. The "Home, Eld. Hickinson, F. J. Barger. 2. The Bible School, State Bible School Worker. 3. The Church, Bro. Clemens. Was an Agreeable Sur- prise to Her. 31:40. 1:30. 1:45. 2:00. 2:15. Mrs. EmLouisville, Ky., Oct. 26. ma Henle, of 1549 Kentucky street, Louisville, dedared recently that she had little faith in Tanlac when she began taking it. but that after a few doses she noted a remarkable change in her condition. "I had suffered for years with kidney trouble and rheumatism," she said recently. "At times the pain was so bad I could hardly stand it. I had no appetite and lost a great deal of sleep. My friends became alarmed about me. My nerves were in a dreadful shape and I had no .strength. "I decided to try Taniac because I had heard so many people say it had helped them. I am frank to say I didn't expect it would do me much good, but in that I was agreeably surprised. had been taking it a very short time when my appetite came back. I sleep as peacefully now as a baby, and have gained stiength and Appointment of Committees. weight. I really feel like a different AFTERNOON SESSION. person, and I have Tanlac to thank for it." -Song and Devotional Service. ;, Tanlac, .the premier preparation,' ia . ; Reports of the Churches and Bible Schools. of proved value in cases of kidney and "poor circulation, Report of the County Secretary. catarrh and. kindred ailNeeds and Opportunities of the Church and Bible SchooJ ments." It is being sold now in Co-- Work in Adair County ., . A lumbia at Page & Taylor's drug store.-"v 'Adv. , :;; .BGuinm- - Astride a mule, A. O. Stanley, Democratic candidate for governor, rode across the mountains to keep speaking engagements at Hindman and Hazard. He was accompanied by former Congressman Frank Hopkins. ic witr be the finest in this part I -- .- of Kentucky. On Tuesday the 19th of October, all the children and grandchildren, but one son, with Mrs. W. J. Lawless, spent the day very pleasantly at the home of C. M. Gaines, in honor of his 63rd birthday. Russell Creek. Camp-bellsville, - ' -- FEW -' DROPS OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE In the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup. Colds, Cholera, Llmberneck Prevents S s. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At Ick-nes- able poultry book free. BQUHBOHaEHEDYCO. Lulagtoa.fy Valu- liver-trolibl- rheu-matis- L Frazee.rlL -- . Reports of Committees "and Election t)f Officers. u 3:30. Adjournment. .?- NIGHT SESSION. 7:00. Song and Devotional Service. 'J:i5. Query Box Opened. Address The Present Status of the Temperance Cause In Kentucky, and the Church's Duty Thereto, Tobias Huffaker, Bro. Clemens. Open Discussion for 20 Minutes. SUNDAY MORNING SESSION. 3:00. Bible School, Conducted by State Worker. 10:00. Sermon and Communion Service. 10:40. Sermon, by State Evangelist. 11:30. Communion Service. 12:00. Noon, Adjourn. There will be dinner on the ground on Saturday. The Churches are all urged to send delegates and reports to this Convention so that we may have a great Convention. fr 3:00. -- of, the, Spanish American war serving in the ranks with. Dr. Ben L. Bruntr and others of like calibre. As the road machinery has arrived, .work will begin at once on the Dixie, leading from Jamestown to Russell Springs. en-rou- ) r -- '-- lumbia's gain. te One cjay last week, while Mrs. Luther Murray and three Edd Viers and wife from Columbia to James- daughters were visiting Wade town, with the new road ma- Smith and wife, at Gadberry, this week, for Illinois their future home. chinery, sparks from the engine Saturday night and Sunday. very much to give fire.d the Christian church at " O. P. Hancock and J. P. Cun people up, as they Esto, which was soon consumed. Since our last contribution to the press, three couples that we knpw of have taken the marriage vqws and. decided to go hand in hand down life's rugged-pathwaThe first to take the vows were Ernest Coffey and Miss Pearl Kearns at Freedom church, by Bid: A. H. Baugh. The next were Daniel Ballinger and Miss Dellie Collins; Elmer Gaskins and Miss Dollie Yaden who eloped to Tennessee. The entertainment and pie supper at Moore's school house on Saturday night, the 9th, was a success in every respect. Hollie Gaines is in poor health y. from now until May. Let every Mrs. Alver Thomas, of was visiting George body come nut and lets' have a good crowd for w& have a gtiod Todd and sisters, .last, week: and an interesting preacher. 'John Will Guifdiff and sister, Lawrence Pickett will remove Montra, were in Campbellsville, his family to Columbia. We relastweek. gret very much to give this es Bro. - Bush, of Columbia, fherer-- is timable finally preached quite an interesting nothing better than good neighsermon at Hutchison school-hous- e certainly are bors and they last Sunday afternoon. good neighbors. Our loss is CoCome again Bro. Bush. uprf - : From Florida. Bradentown, Oct. 16, 1915. Editor News: You will find enclosed $1.00 to jpay for my subscription to your valuable paper, so let The News come. It is like a letter from fiome. Every week through its columns I hear from a great artany of my Adair county friends. Jrfy wife is just back from a irisit'to old Kentucky, where she ihas been for the past three months, visiting her mother. Mrs. M. E, Thomas, and friends near Milltown. She says everything looks fine in that section of country, in the way of crops. Well, all of the Kentuckians here in Bradentown are getting along nicely and enjoying good health. The farmers here are very busy now planting out their fall and winter crops, and by Christmas we will be eating fresh vegetables of all kinds out of the gardens. The packing season is close on fcere. The packing houses wil open the first of next month and that will put a great many men at work, and then the orange and grapefruit will begin to go 2focth:byrtthe car load. The Northern people are ginning to come to Bradentown for the winter. What has become of my old friend, J. B. Barbee? I often think of him and the cold winter nights when I was driving the marl hack. I hope to make a trip to Columbia next summer, but don't want to tackle it this winter. For fear this may find the way to the waste basket I will close by wishing the News and its talker. force a merry Christmas and a at this time. Miss Effie Triplett and brothHappy New Year. Eld. Z. T. Williams, a Chris- er, Frank, of Disappointment, Your friend, tian preacher of Columbia, is were visiting Miss Ray Wilson W. S. Chapman. conducting a series of Meetings last Saturday night. m f atMt. Pleasant M. E. Church, Chat Ddhoney ,and wife and Owensby. at this writing. Jim Shirley, of iMilltown, were Mrs Dick Blankenship is in a visitingWill EdVSquires anxl, sisBy way of introduction we critical condition with throat ters last Sunday: J wish to state that at the soliciand lung trouble. Will Ed Squires sold twenty tation of his many friends, both Nancy McFarland and nice hogs to R. L. Caldwelf, of Aunt Republicans and Democrats', Mr. M. L. Owens, of this place, has daughter, Dollie, who have been Milltown, for 6 cents per hundecided to enter the race for in poor health for some time re- dred. Circuit Court Clerk, on the in- mains about the same. Gus Dunbar, of Knifley, was Collins has moved his calling in this neighborhood last dependent Democrat ticket. We S. B. know Mr. Owens to be an hon- big mill home where he will saw Sunday. est, sober, upright Christian a set.' Bro Marvin Perryman will gentleman and business man, E. L. Reese, manager of the preach at Hutchison school house being postmaster and merchant Farmers' Woolen Mills, is near-in- g every second Saturday night and at this place until about two the completion of a rock and Sunday morning and at Cyclone years ago. He is also a veteran cement dam. When completed ' schoolhouML i 'tW ftfttnum be- diff were in Grsensburg, last week, on business. Deed Smith, who has been in Illinois for the past sevenmonths, returned home a few days past, on account of his father's bad health. Deed is a good boy and his friends were glad to see him. John W. and Ernest Cundiff were transacting business in Grennsburg last week. Harvey Watson and Stanley VanHo were in Louisville, attending Federal court. Mr. Ben Cravens, of Iowa, was visiting Mr. James Garnett last Sunday. He is quite an old gentleman and an interesting will leave, to make We regret these fine are good neighbors. " Bill Hood, who has been in Illinois for two years, has gone to Arkansas to attend the Hot Springs. that We are sorry to know Mr. Hood has stomach trou- ble and hope he will soon gain his health and come to old Ken- tucky where the air i3 pure and bird3 sing the sweetest. Frank Shepherd bought one sow and pigs from Ed Viers for $47.50. O. P. Hancock sold four calves to Sam Burdette for $90.00. Henry Bryant sold one pony to Charley Herriford for $65.00. Henry Squires, of Knifley, was visiting his mother at thi3 place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murray left Friday for Louisville to have Mrs. Murray's eyes treated. David Smith was passing the road last Thursday and come upon Dick Squires, returning from mill. Mr. Smith looked at him and saw that something was wrong with Mr. Squires and went to assist him, and he was about to fall off his wagon, cramping nearly to death. Mr. Smith called for help and put him at a neighbor's house and summoned a physician. Mr. Squires was a very sick-mafor, is some better at some time, but tkia writisg. n