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PenicR Dead. Official Count, Adair Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock He Long Term. Burton Vance, 22, served in the Federal army during civil war, and had he lived until Geo. W. Jolly, 21. the the 18th day of next October he would Fjr Congress. Warner W. Jesse, have been seventy-onyears old. He 20, J. F. Holtzclaw,, 22. well-like- d was a man jn the neighA fresh Jersey cow for sale. borhood where he was born and reared, 41-- tf G. A. Kemp, Columbia, Ky. and will be missed, not only by his family, but all those who have been Died at Glenville. associated with ;him. Last summer he met with a stroke of paralysis, from which he never recovered. Mrs. Lewis Wilkerson, who was a lady very much respected, and who lived near Glenville, died last TuesShooting in Clinton County. day, She was about sixty years old, a member of Church OnSaturdaj, the first day of this a lady who the Christian missed. and will be greatly The month, while a school election was in husband and children have the sympaprogress at Cumberland City, Clinton thy of Mrs. J. W. Masters and daughter, the entire neighborhood. Funcounty, a difficulity came up between eral services were conducted by Eld. Marzie, of Drummond, Oklahoma, are Ab Thiston and Hiram Marcum. Z.T. Williams at 10 o'clock Wednes- visiting her sister, Mrs J. A. Ecslish, Revolvers were used and it is reported day morning. this place. here that Thiston received a very dangerous wound, a ball from 's The August number of Review of Master Rollin Elglish is suffering pistol striking him in the abdo- Reviews is a most interesting book of with a rising in his head. men. Monday night he was not ex- information. Subjects of y Miss Golda English, who has been aie pected to live. handled by all able writers, who deal visiting in Western Kentucky for sevin facts and who endeavor to keep the eral weeks, is expected home this public informed on the principal week For Sale. events that occur and aie occurring Mr. Edgar Reed and Mr. Ralph One four room frame residence and in this and foreign countries. Send Hurt were at the Griffin Springs a lot and one eight room brick residence for it, you will not regret the money and lot In town of Columbia. One expended for this valuable magazine. few evenings since. MissS R. Marcum left Monday scock oi iamuy ana iancy groceries. Address Review of Reviews, 30 Irving morning for St. Louis, where she will and fixtures. Also two good Jersey place, New York, N. Y. meet a party of teachers from Win-thro- p milk cows with young calves College, S. C, the objective M. C. Winfrey. Columbia, Ky. Mr. Murray Ball has purchased the points being in Southern California. 4l-stock of groceries which was owned About the second week in September A large portion of the wheat in by Mr. Frank Sinclair and will conshe expects to arrive at her school, Adair county has been threshed. Take tinue the business in the same store Rock Hill, S. C. the county over it is estimated that building. He will also remove his the crop averaged eighteen bushels stock of Jewelry from the corner room Mrs. W. L. Smith and baby, of per acre. Some farmers threshed 32 of the Hancock Hotel building to his Louisville, arrived last Saturday, to bushels per acre, others 27 and some grocery store. Mr. Ball's friends wish visit relatives in this county. crops measured 23. On thin land not him success in his new venture. Mr. and Mrs. Frazer Smith and lib so much was produced, but a conservatie son, Robert, of Clarksville, Texas. Rubber Tires Put On and Guaran-Gof- f tive estimate in the entire county is are visiting relatives in the Cane ValBros. 18 bushels per acre. ley country. Mrs. Smith was in the The quality is teed. f very fine. At this time corn is lookNews office last Monday, accompanied Mr. Thos Patteson, sou of Mr. and by Mrs. W C. Smith ing fairly good, and a fine crop will be Mrs. W. C. Patteson, has accepted a gathered. Mr. Doc Walker and sister. Miss position with the Q & C. Railroad Mildred are attending the Burkesviile For Sale. Company and his headquarters will be Fair. Household Furniture for sale, cheap Danville. Mr. Patteson is a young Mrs. L C. Hindman, who was danman of steady habits, and will, no Practically new and at a bargain. gerously ill for several weeks, has so doubt, make the company a good man. 40-tMrs. G. P. Smythe. He left Sunday for Danville, but upon far JJlecovered as to be able to come to Columbia. Her many friends will be Dr. R Y Hindman, who met with leaving he had not been informed the glad to learn that she is on her way to a serious accident, reported in last duty that would be assigned him. permanent recovery. week's paper, is doing reasonably well Mrs. Flora Frazler and Mrs. J. F. Revs O P. Bush and C. Turner reconsidering the seriousness of his afCabell are spending this week with from Friendship Baptjist fliction. He is still confined to his turned bed, aud will not be able to be out church, Taylor county, last Thursday Mrs. W. B. Patteson. ' Mr. John J. Banks, of Caqe Valley, for several weeks It will be remem- where they held a ten day's meeting. Much interest was manifested through is lying dangerously ill, a victim of bered that his left knee cap was split in jumping from a buggy, a frightened out and at the close there were fif- dropsy. teen additions to the Church, "eleven horse being hooked to the vehicle. Miss Cary Feese, who spent two by experience and baptism and four months visiting in Louisville, Miss Victoria Hughes will enter- by letter home Saturday night She was o tain this (Tues.; evening with a Mrs. Willie B. Hines and Mrs. C. M. accompanied by Ray, little son of Mr. reception for her houseparty. Russell entertained at the home of the and Mrs E. R Feese, who will spend Her visitors are: Misses Nancy Logan, former, last Friday afternoon, in hon several weeks visiting here. Danville; Jane Letcher, Danville; or of Mrs. Lee Rosentield, of LouisThe Misses Richardson, who visited Katherine Letcher. Danville; Mar- ville. Quite a number of ladies were thei r sister, Mrs. Tim B. Cravens, rernr. w uisvwu. ,UUUO, OlUlClJUU3C j t garet Hann, Danville; Messrs. Jimmy present. A "delightful lunch was turned to their home, Tompkmsville, and lots, good residence, barns, etc.,! Deuney & Walker, well drillers, arel I have a number of bedsteads, Norris, Augusta; and Clem Johnston, spread and the afternoon very eujby-abl- y last week. Mr. and Mr3. Cravens acat Merricac, Taylor county, all down. 110 feet at the home of Mr. John j bles' cha!rs dressersj washstands, bed Louisville. ' spent. companied them. well watered. Also a farm of 95 acres, Lee Walker, ahd a fine How of gas has i sPrin&s mattresses, heating stoves Mr. W. A Garnett, who lives near Mr. and Mrs. John B. Phillips, 30 acres in cultivation, 20 acres of new been struck. Ir, has been hnrnincr- fnr and other household furniture, which Our figures last week showed that Ziou, closed a contract with the Hon. D. H. Smith carried Adair Misses Burton Phillips, Dorothy ground. Also one farm of 200 acres, several days and nights. The drillers I will sell cheap for cash. in Messrs. Sims, last Saturday week for the contest, for t mostly unimproved, for sale. Thestore-- j will continue to sink their bit for Junius Hancock. the short term for Spaulaing, Elizabeth Dant, all of Leba large brick residence. The site is United States Senator. house is a splendid stand to sell goeds water until they reach 125 feet. If That was a anon, visited Columbia last Saturday where the old building now stands. mistake The two leading ana uie iok are so situated as to make they then fail Mr. Walker will 'send Died in Georgia. candidates forenoon. The work is to commence in a few were Gen. B H. Young and Mr. i them well suited for a person who for a water witch Mr. H V. Denver, who spent two Mr. Grady Davis, who married Miss monhts. wants to handle stock, and sell goods. Smith and the official count shows months in Columbia, left for his home, The contract for building Dr. B. F. ! Pinkie Jeffries, of this county, a sister The Russell County Teachers' In- that Young received 337 votes and Lexington, Tenn., last week. Mrs. F. H. Durban, Columbia, Ky , Taylor's residence, on Burkesviile ?r filr- - u (T- - Jetiries, died at his home stitute was in session at Jamestown Smith 327. or Merrimac, Ky. Denver remains here and will not reGa.. last street, was let last Saturday to Mc- i in Kockleaire. 27 years Sunday wp.p.Iv last week and it was largely attended. He was about old and was An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farland & Feese. The Mr. T. E. Waggener purchased of turn to Tennessee until about the first work will com-- married to Miss Jeffries, who was In a spelling contest, Miss Lou Miller, of September. Coffey, who live near McGaha, was reaching i n his community, three sister of Mr. J. C. Miller, the con- Mr. Frank Sinclair, last Thursday, considerably burned by lightning last mence the first of September Dr. B. F. and Dr. James Taylor, the farm upon which he (Waggener) year ago. Mr. Davis was a farmer Thursday. She was at the garden tractor, was awarded the gold medal. East Fork, were here Saturday. lives, and which he recently sold to gate, holding to it. The fence is wire Mr.G. B. Smith has sold a d and a gentleman highly respected. He j,1 n e was a vicuim oi uypnoiu iever and the lightning struck the fence, the latter. Consideration, $3,500. Mt John A. Harris returned from interest iu his milling business, widow has mady relatives and gome distance from the child. friends A bolt including lots, to his On our second page can be found an Bowling Green last Friday. Dr. in Adair county, who feel the deppest of fire was seen rolling on top of the Mr. S. V. Wilkerson sold his one article giving the cause which brought L sympathy for her. fence, and it reached the irate, ran P. H. Conover, of Mt. Vernon, Ky.' Mr. C. M. Barnetfrand Mr. Jo on the great foreign war. It is worth .half interest in the tfann,, located 4town ttte back and arms of the in- ; arrived from ML Vernon near Glenville, and known as the The Star Chapters roit, badly burnipg one hand and also Wanted: Someone to can a lot of lumbiaEastern Campbellsville of Co- reading. 111., last Friday and will be here sevand met at Morgan farm, to J. W. Blair and oce foot. Dr. Grissom was called and snap beans for Lindsey-Wilso- n ApMr. and Mrs. Rollin Browning will Griffin' Springs last Thursday and eng eral weeks. attended the child, and it is now Bennett for 8900.' ply to Moss Chandler for cans this week. They joyed an old time picnic. About go to nicely. Mrs. A. D. Patteson and her daught. twenty-fivladies and gentlemen will occupy a cottage in the Tutt adDr. Lock, of Barbourville, will lecwill op'en in a ter Miss Mary D., and little son have The Lindsey-Wilso- n from this place went over, and some- dition. . Dr. Henry W. Depp, of Edmonton, thing like the same number from ture before the institute on Thursday few weeks. The brick work of the boys returned from Paris, Ky. . Bight at the court-housRev J. S. Chandler is now engaged dormitory has been completed and the Every teach- has rented Mr. G. P. Smythe's resi- Camphellsville put in an appearance. Mr. Newton Wilcoxson, father of spread was very elaborate and er ought to hear him as he will say dence and will remoye to Columbia Thesocial enjoyment was delightful. in an interesting meeting at Clear wood work will progress as rapidly as Mrs. W. R. Myers, ia visiting in. Cothe this week. His office will be oyer M. New acquaintances were Springs. something of great interest to them. possible. lumbia. formed, C. Winfrey's grocery store. ideas looking to the growth of the Coffee has advanced from 2 to 3 Miss Grace Conover has returned ' See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky.,. Peaches are here in great abun-th- e two chapters real fraterit 9e$s on the pound, due to the foreign , The professional card ot Dr. Henry nal gathering,advanced a passing all for SiDger Sewing Machines and sup- dance, some, crops, Y the hours fruit very from an extended visit to Monbicello. W. DeppUppears in 'the News too quick. 40-t- f plies. large. (Continued on page five.) -- week One of the most eujoyabl parties 'of Tne Darkey Wedding Drew More Columbia will lose two residents in the season was given last Friday evethan Four Hundred People the persons of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. ning by the Misses Lowe, at their Smythe, who will leave for Braden- home on Bomar Heights, in honor of to the Court House. town, Fla where they will locate their charming visitors, Misses Anna-' with the view of making that city belle Hankins, of Louisville, and Julia A very amusing play was pulled oil in the court auditorium Monday eventheir future home Mr. Smith is a Aileu, of Danville. most excellent gentleman, born and These estimable young ladies are ing "The Darkey Wedding." There or thirty charreared in this place, and in all his' known to entertain lavishly always were about twenty-fiv- e dealings with his fellow man, his ev- and this was no exception. Punch was acters, represented by local talent, er act has baen honorable, meeting served. The evening was featured by and there was some -- splendid acting. the approbation of the older citizens, moonlight tennis. The glare of the The darkey dialect was so familiarly who have known and who have full moon added an extraordinary spoken that had an old time colored person entered the building he would watched his course from his youth to charm to that popular game. the present time. He finished his Tne following were present: Misses have thought he was listening to education at Center College, Danville, Lillie Judd, Kate Hogard, Ida Hogard, some of the elite of his own people. and noon after leaving that institution Cora Hogard, Grace Conover, Dora All the players appeared in black faces he commenced the study of law and in. Eubank, Victoria Hughes, Mary and there were many unique costumes due course of time he was admitted Breeding, Cary Rosentield, Madge We have not the space to particularito the bar at this place, where he has Rosentield, Mary Triplett, Susan Mil- ze, but suffice it to say that each one practiced continuously for the past ler, Margaret Todd, Ella Todd, Mary did his and her part to perfection, and twelve or fifteen years. He served Chandler, Nelle Follis, Annabelle Han- the large audience was kept in Adair as its County Attorney four kins, Julia Allen; Messrs. John Flow- an uproar from start to finish. years, making a very ellicient officer, ers, Tom Patteson, 'George Hancock, It. will not detract from the other and he has a!so filled other positions Ray Flawers, Doc Walker, Leon Lew- actors to say that Mr. Leon Lewis and of trust and honor. He has for a is, Romie Judd, Oliver Miller, Tom Miss Mary Lucy Lowe were the concompanion an excellent young woman, Judd, Herschel Baker, Edwin Cravens, tracting parties and that Mr. Paul who has endeared herself to the peo- Edgar Diddle, George Montgomery, Hughes played the part of the old ple of this community, all regretting Henry Hancock, Joe Rosentield, Albia time darkey minister. The tango was t that she is soon to take her departure Eubank, Paul Hughes, John D. Lowe, danced to perfection by little Wiliard Browning and his sister, Frances. from the scenes of her girlhood Jr. The songs that were sung long ago is not a doubt in our mind but There Mr. and Mrs. Smythe will succeed in Wiliard Browning Loses His Pony. were repeated voices full of melody soon making themselves popular in which delighted the mauy hearers. The orchestra was composed of Mr. their new home, and we confidently Wiliard Browning, an eight year old and Mrs. Geo. W. Lowe and Mr. Wabelieve that Mr. Smythe will not be long in taking front rank at the 'bar son of Mr and Mrs. Rollin Browning, lter Sullivan and it goes without sayin Bradentown. In the meantime his had the misfortune to lose his Shetlan- ing delightful music was rendered. last Wednesday afternoon. If we were to write a column we could many friend? wi 1 be glad to hear d-pony Xrom him as often as his time will al- Wiliard was riding the pony and was not say more than this: Every body low him to write, and if fortune out Jamestown street. A dog scared was delighted and those who took smiles upon hira"aud his in the sunny the animal and he threw Wiliard. The part are assured that Columbia is inSouth their Kentucky friends will re- pony then commenced 'to prance and debted to them and the promoter, jump, falling into a gulley near the Prof. W. M. Wilson, for furnishing joice with them. residence of Mr. A. D. Patteson, break- this place with an evening of amuseing its neck. The boy was very fond ment. Mandatory. of his little horse and its death brought much grief. All the little boys and Defines Powers of County Judge. The most drastic penal law enacted little girls and the people generally by the General Assembly in 1914 ap- are in sympathy with Wiliard, hoping The act of 1914, giving County parently has escaped the observation that a way will be opened for him to Judges jurisdiction to try all misdeof local officers as well as violators. In get another ponj meanor cases is causing the County amending the local option law the Courts great concern over technicalGeneral Assembly changed the conities involved, and writs of Habeas For Sale. junction 'for' to "and" in thepenalty corpus are being asked for in numerfor bootlegging, depriving courts of A good combined horse, very gentle ous instances. the discretion of fining "or" imprisAssistant Attorney General M, .M. safe for family use. Must be sold oning those found guilty of this within the next few days Logan, replying to the inquiry of Hen offense, and making the penalty a fine 41-- t. ry Jackson of Danville gave It as his G. P. Smythe, opinion that County Judges have jur"and" imprisonment. Columbia, Ky. This little change was lost sight of isdiction over misdemeanors commitin the more extensive amendments to ted before the act went into effect; The institute. the law. The old penalty was a fine that in Common law offenses the cf 00 to 100 or 10 to 40 days in jail, or The Adair County Teachers' In- County Judge has jurisdiction when both. The amended law fixes the stitute is in session and a fine body of the offender has been indicted and is penalty at $00 to $100 fine and 20 to 40 teachers i s i n attendance. The in jail in default of bail, and in such days in jail. institute is being conducted by Mrs cases his jusisdiction is unlimited. In A County Road Engineer examina- Cora Wilson Stewart, an educator statutory misdemeanors the offender tion will be held at Campbellsville who is known throughout the State. may be prosecuted by warrant and the August 20. Examinations will The session promises-t- o be of unusual extent of the punishment that lie also be held at other points in interest and the public is cordially in- may inflict is limited only by statute. Mr. Logan calls attention to the Kentucky, o n different dates. vited to attend. During the week a possible unconstitutionality of the act, The applicants for the position of number of interesting talks will be County Road Engineer will be ex- made and spectators will be invited which excepts counties having Circuit amined on the following subjects to take pare The session is beins- Courts of continuous jurisdiction, while the Constitution provides that Theory and Practice of road building, j held in the Lindsey-Wilso- n chapel. the jurisdiction of County Courts urainage. grades, earth computations, ' . T LOOK shall be uniform throughout the State. rOr jale. use and care of road machinery, main- He declines, however, to express an tenance of earth and macadam roads, ' , , , TT "ullur.eu a'lu " aures OI r'c. opinion, as it is a matter for the and upon such other subjects relating to road problems as the Commissioner j new tobacco "land with improvements courts to determine of Public Roads may deem to be of' and seeding privileges Price, 3,500 W. Caldwell, Address, Triplett-McKinl- ey. vital importance. The examination 4l-tMcKinney, Ky. , will be written, and when the nauers Last Sunday forenoon at 9 o'clock, are graded, certificates will be issued The Burkesviile Fair commenced Miss Essie TripleH, of this place, w.ho to those successfully passing, which, this (Tuesday) morning. Quite a is a popular teacher, daughter of Mr. niiieuuueuieiiomerio De consider- - number of Adair counr.v npnnl will and Mrs. C. T. Triplett, and Mr. Felix cu uy wie uuuuj juuge as eligible tor attend during the four days. Mr C. the appointment so far as his educa- - W. Alexander, Jr., who was here Sun- j McKinley, a young farmer, who lives tional qualifications are concerned, but day, stated that prospects were good near Columbia, were married at the the County Judge will be responsible' for a splendid show of stock. This home of Rev. J. S. Chandler in the for determining the length of the ser- -' lair is patronized oy adjoining coun- - i presence of a few friends, Immediately after the ceremory the vices of his appointee and as to his ties and a part of Tennessee. couple left for the home of the groom's general qualiacations. Tuning, Regulating and repairing father, Mr. Solomon McKinley. The many friends of the young- - couple ex- -' For Sale. pianos and organs. First-clas- s work j f. J. W. Hicks, Columbia, Ky. tends their best wishes. T hflVP J Qf"i"flr nf rnri1c? -- - Perhaps the latter part of this ZZZZ"""""--- " County. Personals, - The people of Adair county who The following is the official count know and have the utmost respect for of-the vote of Adair county, cast at air. B. W. Penick, of Greensburg, are the late primary: in profoundest sympathy with him, Jas. B. McCreary, 28, A. O Stanley, his beloved wife having died last Tues- 205, J. C. W. Beckham, 931. day. Mrs. Penick was a daughter of Foil the Short Teioi the late General E. H. Hobson and she was known In many parts, of KenD. H. Smith, 327, Bennett II. Young. tucky. She was a devout member of " the Presbyterian Church, and her in- 337, J. N. Camden, 209. fluence for good was recognized by Judge Court of Appeals. every body in Green county. The deceased was a sister of Mr. John A. Rollin Hurt, 1,201, J. P. Hobson, Hobson, a leading citizen of Greens- 23 burg, who has many friends in CoRepublican Candidates. lumbia, all of whom send condolence -- y Mis. Lee Rosentield will retyrn to her Louisville home to day. Mr. W. T. McFarland was called to Rowena last Saturday. Mrs. McFarland recently returned from a three weeks visit at same place. Jones and wife, of Sullivan, Ind., are visiting Mrs. Lizzie Grissom. Miss May Cowherd, of Campbellsville, is spending some time with Misses Bettie Lee and Sallie Ed"But-le- r, Air. Magnus through the News. SparKsville Loses an Old Citizen. Mr. Frank Coomer, who lived in the Sparksville country, died last Long Term. McLaughlin, 28, L E. wnison, 292, Richard P. Ernstr79. Unexpired Term. Henry O. 69, Wm. Marshall Bullitt, 241. Fitz-patric- k, Progressive Candidates. e near town. jars, aiarvin oung is visiting relatives in Burkesviile this week Mr J. P. Beard, wife and son have returned from a visit to Green county. Mrs. Henry Hurt was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. C. W. Alexander, Jr., of Burkesviile, reached here Sunday afternoon. Monday he returned with Miss Allen, who visited the Misses Lowe. Miss Ray Rogers and Miss Louise Coffey, compositors in the Enquire office, Campbellsville, are spending a few days at the home of Mr W.R. Myers, Mrs. Myers being an aunt of the former. Miss Lillian Denver, Lexington, Tenn., and Miss Irba Houston, Parsons, Tenn , arrived Monday afternoon, to spend a week or two with Mrs. H. V. Denver, at the home' of Mrs. M. E. Maroum. Mar-cum- to-da- ' 2t 24-t- f. I f. i j turned , come-and-g- ! .. 39-t- r m Wfi. ed ! ! . - 4l-3- I 37-4- t. ! one-thir- son-in-la- Lo-ga- u do-lo- house-keepin- g 41-3- e e. -- --TS- to-da- y. l w -- A A f V ; , 4 THE ADAIR COUKTY NEWS 'T.'S-- J War News. Ultimatum to Kaiser is sent by England. Warning is issued. Satisfactory reply demanded by John Bull in a few hours on the subject of Belgian neutrality. Split occurs in the British Cabi- net. i to the French embassy here from the French legation at Brussels. Tokio, Aug. 4. HogwallowNew. Tobe Mosely read an entire pat- ent medicine advertisemen c Great Britain y sent a practical ultimatum to Germany demanding a satisfactory reply by midnight tonight on the subject of Belgian neutrality. to-da- London, Aug. 4. London, Aug. 4. A proclamation by King George command- Poke Eazley is spending the The Japanese week at the post'office watching Foreign Office issued a build nests on statement that if war extends to the the rafters. This is the only job the Far East and England is inof work Pork ever witnessed volved Japan may find it neces suggesting a better way sary to participate in fulfillment without do it. Alliance. to of the A home talent play is being i s c ount London, Aug. 4. V rehearsed to come off at the Wild Morley, of Blackburn, did not at Onion school house in a short meeting of the Brit tend time. There is supposed to be a ish Cabinet Council and this was real battleship in the play, but taken as an indication that he some sort of a make-shif- t will had resigned office as Lord Preshave to be used as Uncle Sam is ident of the Council. John Burns liable to need all he has at any has already resigned. time to-da- y dirt-dobbe- rs through the other night before he realized what an awful risk a man runs by getting sick. Sidney Hocks became intox- Special All Notice Anglo-Japanes- e to-day- 's icated Saturday evening and tried to drive his yoke of steers into the post office, but failed on account of the door being too narrow. There have been many other complaints recently on account of the narrowness of the door at the post office. Atlas Peck has violated the confidence of several of his warmest friends, and after this it will be a hard matter for him to get a drink of licker that 13 any account. He obtained a jug of Bat Smith's Moonlight Reel the other day under the pretense that he was going to use it in celebrating his annual birthday. Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our SubscripWill have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once ing the mobilization of the British army was read from the steps of the Royal Exchange. A huge crowd cheered and sang the British national athem. to-d- ay The House of Commons voted for emergency purposes and passed several bills in five minutes without a dissenting to-da- y London, Aug. 4. $525,-000,0- 00 voice. Paris, Aug. 4. The French issued Minister of War the following note: "The German Ambassador has demanded his passports and diplomatic relations between France and Germany have been supply of candles. A German "white book" master's broken off. throws respodsibility for war on The examining trial of Raz "War is declared. Barlow, charged with detaining "The first act of the Germans, Russia and Francethe mail carrier by offering him according to information from a German troops have penetrat- a drink of licker, was set down positive sourse to the Minister of r, ed French territory near for trial at Rye Straw yesterday, War, was to execute M, Samain, scenes of a bloody bat- but was continued on account of former president of the French tle in 1870. General Joffre, the a lack of sufficient evidence to War Society, who lived in Metz, at acquit the defendant. French commander-in-chieand to imprison all the members once left for the front. The Blind Man of the Calf of that Society." The United States embassy in Ribs neighborhood has been sumcut the German troops y telephone and telegraph wires in Paris is to look after German in- moned to Tickville to testify as an eye witness to a difficulty that French territory along the bor- terests in France, and took place a few days ago. French interests in Austria. der. to-da- y The Hogwallow Improvement Association met Wednesday night, and among other matters took up the almanac for discussion. In a resolution they strongly denounced as untrue several King George proclained statements that have recently But instead of that he took it the --mobilization of the British concerning the home and put some asofedita in been made army. it, and is using itfor pneumonia weather. Germanyis reported to have The Old Miser, who some time medicine. declared war on Belgium and The blind Man of the Calf Ribs ago buried his money in a mule threatened to annex the Belgium collar, has dug it up and hid it neighborhood, was about to be invaded Congo. Germans y in the Gander Creek graveyard, talked into buying a heating Belgian territory. where he knew every body is stove from Slim Pickens the other day, but the trade was knocked The Russian warship went honest. arcund on the Aland Islands after The town was in darkness last in the head by one of Slim's ena naval battle between Russian night on account of Little Fidity emies, who told the Blin Man winter was over. and German fleets. Flinders having eaten the post- that Great Britain sent a virtual ultimatum to Germany, demand ing a reply by midnight tonight on the subject of Belgian neutril- ity. to-da. The Government " Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More y than one Year Li. H. Votailnafy Surgeon to-da- portion of their regular income is doubled in a year. The prosperity of Kansas is going to set a new mark. Mortgages are going to be reduced, money put away in the bank for insurance against unforeseen events, and improvements made about the farms that will add to their productiveness and make life richer and more varied in a hundred ways. Plumbing will be installed in thousands of homes, new lighting systems will be introduced, better clothing and furniture will be in demand and automobiles and pianos and talking machines will be called for. The prosperity of the farmer will filter through to the merchant and manufacturer and to their employees. Industry and trade in every department will be stimulated. The money that the sun and the rains have pulled out of the ground will eventually find its way into the pockets of the workers and their families all over this great Southwestern country. JOfiES and Denti&t ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for1914, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or cor rections of dates: Hardinsburg, Aug. 184 days. Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 days. Several from this place will go to Tickville next Third Sunday to witness the unveiling of the public town pump. Mobe Mosley's mule and cow - Mars-lo-Tou- have become the laughing stock of the community. InfectiOnand Insect Sites Dangerous Mosquitoes, flies and other insects, f, to-da- after No engagement in force was reported. Washington, Aug. 4 The German, embassy served notice on German army aviators dropped the United States that a night on the French "state of war" existed between bombs last of Luneville, causing France and Germany. It is fortress damage and no loss of life. tantamount to a declaration of little war, but technically different. The North German Lloyd Linen Kronprinzesain Cecilie reBrussells, Belgium, Aug. 4. turned to American water at Bar Rumors were in circulation toMaine, allaying anxiety day that Germany had actually Harbor, as to the fate of the large amount declared war on Belgium. of gold on board. German troops crossed the frontier at Gemmenich, near the A German cruiser bombarded junction of the Datch, Belgian a French naval station in Algeria and German frontiers. and then retired. to-da- Australian troops are reported to have been defeated with heavy loss by the Serbs. y Poke Eazley is making an ideal husband, contrary to the predictions made when he married again last year. He has cleaned off a nice place on the bank of Ad. the creek for her to do family washing, and in order to be ever Oceans of Wheat. near her, he has picked out a fishing place right across "line Wall Street ncay be steeped in stream. gloom if it likes. Kansas doesn't Slim Pickens came into Hog care. For Kansas 184 million Wallow yesterday morning and bushels of wheat! after resting awhile on the front One hundred and eighty-fou- r porch, bought fifteen cents worth million bushels 1 The figures are of bologna sausage. Crickett incredible. They are too big to Hicks, an old friend, came up have meaning. The mind doesn't and hesitated, but Slim did not get them. About all thatthe avrecognize him until the sausage erage man can grasp is that the was all gone. yield is almost exactly double s which breed quickly in garbage pails, ponds of stagnant water, barns, musty places, etc., are carriers of disease. Every time they bite you, they inject poison into your system from which some dread disease may result. It is antiseptic and a few drops will neutralize the infection caused by insect-biteor rusty nails. Sloan's Liniment disinfects Cuts, Bruises and Sores. You cannot afford to be without it in your home Money back if nob satisfied Only 25c. ab Paull Drug Co. Stanford, Aug. Lawrenceburg, days. Elizabethtown, days. Grayson, Aug. Shelbyville. 193 days. Aug. 19 4 Aug. 253 294 days. Aug. 263 days. Frankfort, Sept. 14 days. Alexandria, bept. 15 days. Barboursville, Sept. 23 days. Tompkinsville, Sept. 24 day3. Hodgensville, Sept. 83 days. Scottsville, Sept. 10- -3 days. The New Haven may have its troubles, and the East may shake its head in gloom. But Missouri is coming in with splendid crops, and Iowa, Nebraska and OklaAnd Kansas Kansas homa. has raised 184 millions bushels chickens, and the problem was wheat.-Kans- a3 of City Star. solved. Hatched by Water Bottle. Mrs. W. H. Cross of Salem Ore. had a setting of eggs from a fine The hot-wat- er Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 146 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Sept 29- -5 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. bottle was re- the London, Aug. 4. A second ul timatum sent by Germany to Belgium declared that Germany was prepared to carry through by force of arms if necessary any .measure she considers essential. second ultimatum v Germany's -was delivered by the German Minister in Brussels late last night as the reply of Germany to the refusal of Belgium to accede Jto Germany's first ultimatum made a German troops y further invasion of Belgian territory, near Verviers, to the east ot Uege, .according to a dispatch to-da- The Dog Hill preacher preached last Sunday on the fast living of the present younger Summer COnslipatiOn DangerOus. generation. Yam Sims, how Constipation in Summertime is more ever, contradicted his statements dangerous than in the fall, winter or by 'missing his sermon on acspring. The food you eat is often conbeing too slow taminated and is more likely to fer- count of his mule ment in your stomach. Then! you are to get there. President Wilson issued proclamation. neu-trility apt to drink much cold water during the hob weather, thus injuring your i; Hostetter Hocks ha3 stomach. Colic, Fever, Ptomaine Pois- - wrote to the "Advice to the Love- oning andN other ills are natural re lone" department of a city paper win Keep you wen, sults. asking for a recipe for the cure as it increases the Bile, the natural Ellick Hellen-wanglaxative, which rids the bowels of the of congested poisonous waste. says he would prescribe will make you feel better.' Pleasant the eating of a few green gooseand effective. Take a dose Ad. berries. ab Paull Drug Co. Miss Po-Do-L.- sun-grin- s. er Po-Do-L- ax to-nigh- t, variety of chickens. So happy was she in their possession that she all but counted the chicks before they were hatched. She was equally downcast, naturally, when the hen, after 12 days of 120 million "dollars. careful setting, deserted the To get the meaning" of this 120 nest. million dollars, fall back once Mrs. Gross found the eggs bemore on comparisons. The Kan- fore they became chilled and sas farmers will get twice as placed them in a box behind the much money from their wheat stove in her living room. Then this year as they have averaged she pondered quickly, for she ior the last five years. A.goodJy was determined not to lose the biggest previous yield in the history of the State and that was a yield that made Kansas throw up its hat. One hundred and eighty-fou- r million bushels! At an average price of 65 cents a bushel that will net the farmers of Kansas quisitioned as a substitute for the recreant hen. It was filled with tepid water and placed over the eggs. Then Mrs. Cross conferred with her family physician re-- g a r d i n g the temperature at which the water should be kept. She followed instructions to the letter, with the result .that six chickens were hatched from the original 13. How j the Trouble Starts. Constipation is the cause of many ailments and disorders that make life miserable. Take Chamberlain's Tablets, keep your bowels regular and will avoid these diseases. For satobj Paull Drug Co. .d. y r-i) .y. s. ' " s .- -. 1 i' (J, " mtk re.. i7 Pf v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 . Bankers Agree, "That prospects for the early Things we Think.. 4. Saving the Waste. The Farmer Is King. Contest Over. The hen that lays over 300 eggs An old Chinese legend has it a year doesn't waste any time that econoniy never walks alone, quickening of business are good but is attended by two companis the opinion also of prominent counting her chickens before ions, imagination and" invention Detroit bankers. An official of they are hatched. A clever French woman was You can no longer part your one of the largest of the one day what she thought banks stated Thursday; hair after you have parted with asked was the chief cause of the envieasy money market is a it. "The able reputation the French houseWe are more likely to favor great encouragement to enterwife has for economy, as well as money is cheap new fangled ideas and reforms prise. When for general excellence in her is likely to pick up very if they work our way. business cookery. She answered, draquickly.' No business man is a success, matically, "Soup!" She then sum will in the end come from Almost every sketch of life of how large his dividends no matter "This is the usual dull season went on to say: "It simply American consumers of farm a rich business man who has is a success in his own for the automobile business and unless he wrings my heart to walk along products. Still movement of died in recent years reveals the home. all other business, too,' said Vice your streets and see in your gar- money makes business, and when- fact that he started life a poor President Keena, of the Peoples It's funny that we often have bage pails the materials for our there is business at a profit, boy. to accept favors from people delicious and nourishing 'potage' there is prosperity. The farmState Bank. Andrew Carnegie thought that " 'Toward the latter part of whom it is' distasteful tthile the bones of beef, lamb, pork er creates real wealth. The he was on the road to riches king of the Unit- when he received $2 a week and August it usually picks up rapid- those who owe, us neglect to and chickens, often with much farm is y come across. meat on them, heads of celery, ed States. ly and is in full swing by Sepwalked five miles to borrow Most kings create only trouble. books from a friend to read. When money gets so tight that large pieces of vegetables, which tember. We have had a brisk demand for money all the year, no one will buy gold bricks, then have been carelessly pared by They are expensive luxuries as Abraham Lincoln and James and if anything, this has increas- hard times will surely be upon your thoughtless house- we Americans regard govern- A. Garfield, who became presimaids all the constituents of ment. Away back in the past us. ed during the last few days.' dents of the United States, beour highly prized 'stock' being we had a practical demonstra- gan life under the most impovHetty Green seems as much "Other bankers asserted that ruthlessly discarded. A French tion of monarchial government. erished circumstances. the demand for money had been out of place in a $40 a month kitchen without its simmering Since that time every American An endless list of men great brisk all during the spring, and flat as some other people we soup pot would be a disgrace to has been a king, and the king of in science; in religion, in art, in some expressed a hope that Con- know but not for the same reathe housewife." kings in the United States has finance, in law, in fact every gress would either adjourn or son. A thick, rich vegetable soup is been the citizen who contributed profession, can be traced to boys dispose of the business legislaOur elections under primary g nourishing foods, most to the of-- the who had to'struggle with povertion now hefore it, in a short election laws and such like come one of the most especially for children, r and the people. One year he is a man- ty in ' was gentheir early school days. time. The sentiment so often that they should be segBecause a boy is born of moneral that business will become regated to a certain portion of watchful housewife and mother ufacturer, another a miner, this "send year the farmer, and he deserves eyless parents is no reason he very brisk whenever the laws of the year the same as baseball will insist that the butcher home the bones" which she buys all that's coming to him. To may not die a man of influence the country become certain." and foot ball. We could then and pays for, with her meat, but tickle the earth and make it pro- and wealth. give them our undivided atten-tio- n g Constipation causes sirkness. crops is an often leaves to be sold again by duce Usually fortunes thus obtainin the same way that we do Don't permit yourself to become thrifty shopman, and will achievement that compels all the ed have a double value because other sports. constipated, as your system immedisoup kettle. the rest s to take off our hats forthwith install her ately begins to absorb poison from the the possessor knows the pangs Some men have a dread of Save the generally wasted nour- to the American farmer, the backed up waste matter. Use Dr. of poverty and can fully appreKing's Xew Life Pills and keep well. making a lot of money and leav- ishment and put into the soup king of plenty. ciate what a struggle was necThere is no better safeguard against ing it for some man who mare pot. You will notice a differillness. Just take one dose independence beries the widow. Pertinent Philosophy. essary before ence in your housekeeping ac25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad. came assured. counts before long. A person who is always makhas as much A poor boy y When a man kills another man England's Smallest Church. ing a show of his superior wis A House of Cards Fallen. it is because he hates- him. But of a chance, if not a better one, dom is ignorant of the common- boy had 60 or 70 years when a woman kills a man it is than the Although the claim is dis- est courtesy. ago. The great men, who are because she loves him. puted by several other diminutive is The more the Claflin failure The greatest amount of charnow passing out of life look back Some widows stop wearing edifices, Lullington has the dis- ity is not always shown by the studied, the clearer grows the to the time when they were boys mourning at the end of the year. tinction of being the smallest giving of money. sysindictment of the business and are impressed with the church in England. It measures represent- Others keep it on until the men brighter opportunities the poor Some folks do a favor in a way tem which the concern be in to show signs of interest. in area 256 square feet, while boy has today. that makes you feel that they ed. There was no reason inherCulbone ranks third with 390 present trafle conditions A good poker player may also are going to hold it up against ent in Somewhere there is a chance square feet. Lullington, howev. collapse. Money has be described as one who can play for such a you. for every .young, energetic and only the chancel of an er, is cheap for months, and the his cards without reference to been boy. ' He will not find stamp will carry a banks have had a great abun- the height of the stack of chips ambitious A two-ceEarly English church, the rest that chance by idling away his of it having been removed by letter across one ocean, but dance to loan on good commer- in front of him. time in 'bad company or by relytime and neglect, if not by Pur- there is no limit to the distance cial paper. To say that a conMen are not born free and ing upon his parents to support itanical destruction. The inter- a stamp of approval will carry cern must go into bankruptcy equal, and the theory that one him. All young idlers should ior is only about 16 feet square. anything. slackens is to say man is as good as another is falbecause trade brace up, become ambitious and Some years ago a stray visitor About as embarrassing a posi- that a slackening to trade must lacious. go where their labor is wanted. attended morning service here, tion as can be imagined for a send all enterprises into bankYou are too free with your This should be remembered when the congregation number- young man is to be walking ruptcy, and that Business is en- money if any of it goes toward above all things. The poor boy ed 12 persons, the parson, a very down some shady lane with his titled to be considered merely a the support of a prophet. opportunity of diminutive man, preached for sweetheart and come face to fair weather proposition, with If a man succeeds they say he has the same reaching the glided goal that 4 minutes John xi., 35, a text of 2 face with the young lady he was no obligations to organize itself is a lucky dog. If he fails they son of a rich man has if he words; and the offertory realized billing and cooing the night be- so as to ride out the usual storms say he is worthless and ineffi- the will but apply himself. Rich 18 pence. The visitor remarked fore. of each business generation. cient. men's sons rarely succeed in afthis was the smallest church that Here was a concern that was Anybody can pitch with two ter life. Boys of luxury have Prosperity is Here. the smallest parson, the shortuniversally recognized as the down and nobody on. But when stilled the struggle of ambition est text, the shortest sermon and greatest in its line, with a re the babies are full and nobody is in youth which is the founda This years wheat crop estimatthe smallest collection he had markable prestige, and assumed down, the gentleman with a tion of success. This is not true ed at 930,000,000 bushels surever heard of. to enjoy the best of manage- lump in his thoat is disqualified. in every case, but it is too frepasses all previous records. This ment. Yet, in commenting on It is true that when a man quently noted. will save nearly six bushels for Remarkable Cure of Dysentery. the failure, the New York Times dies he can't lake any of it with j The world is open for the poor food for e.very citizen of the Unit"I was attacked with dysentery which is par excellence the bus- him, but he had it while he was boy He must fight his way. about July loth, and used the doctors ed States, leave enough for seed iness man's organ, remarks: He must struggle to win. here. medicine and other remedies with no next year and allow 330,000,000 ftjf&f. only getting worse all the time. "It is a house of cards which Women excel men in the rebushels for exportation. Prices has fallen." As a trade combi- spect that they go to the devil I keep on hands a full stock of I was unable to do anything and my coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep weight dropped from 145 to 125 pounds will continue good. nation, with "chains" of stores quicker, once they make a start. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and I suffered for about two months when Exportations of foodstuffs meat scattered over the country, it use Chamberlain's Give a woman a chance to get two hearses. Prompt service night or I was advised to and Diarrhoea Remedy. and oil surpass last year's record went ballooning in as crazy a Colic Cholera into it and she is willing to over- day. Eesidence Phone 29, office " I used two bottles of it and it gave by nearly $4b, 000,000, according, way as one often reads about. look the shortcomings of society. Phone 98. me permanent relief, writes. B. W. to figures of the Bureau of For.. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, terms, to Stated in banker-lik- e Hill, of Snow Hill, K. C. For sale, by v-Jay. E. House in Louisville! Columbia! Ky. Ad quote a Wall street financier. Ad. eign and Domestic Commerce. Paull Dr off Co. 10-2- com-merci- al The Judges decided I am selling This year the American farm- the easiest pump on the market. They were not er will contribute more than $10,- - ery one influenced in any way. EvWhy He Wanted the Coat. that uses my pump say the de000,000.000 to the wealth of the. cision is fair. When tie cruiser Boston went into action in the battle of Manila Bay one t S. F. Eubank. United States. This money will of the powder boys took off his coat hurriedly, and the rail be expended for liquidation of Poor Boy arid His Chance. into the water. it went over the nearHe turned to est officer and asked permission to farm indebtedness, for supplies, jump overboard and recover it the was labor and transportation of prod-uct- s It depends largely on the boy soNaturally went request other refused, to the the boy side of leaving a big surplus which himself, and not the conditions the ship, climbed down the ladder, swam around to where the coat was deposited in the banks will go surrounding his birth, what he floating and came back with it The action was noticed, into the business ot the country. will be when he arrives at man's icer ordered him put in the and the offbrig. After the battle the boy was court True 80 per cent., of this vast estate. martlaled and found guilty of disobedience of orders, and he made no defense. Being in command of the fleet, Commodore Dewey had to review the findings of the court He sent for the lad and asked him in a kindly way why he had risked punishment for an old FOR THE CHILDREN - - to-da- The boy broke into tears and explained that his mother's picture was in tlie coat pocket and he could not bear to lose it The gallant commodore fairly picked the boy up in his arms and then ordered him to be Instantly released and pardoned. "Boys who love their mothers enough to risk their lives for their pictures cannot be imprisoned on this fleet," he said. Evolution of the Dollar Sign. The abbreviation "Fs," to signify pesos, was the origin of the American dollar mark, according to a Spanish American scientist When America was first settled the Dutch and the Spanish were strong competitors for the trade of the world. The word dollar is but a corruption of the Dutch "thaler" or "thaller." a coin much used in commerce at that period and which superseded the "pieces of eight" of Spanish coinage. The peso or piaster, which was the Spanish name for the "pieces of eight" was worth approximately the same as the thaller, and as the Dutch name was easier to say it found a place in our language in the corrupted form, while the abbreviation for the peso remained as the sole reminder of the Spanish mintage in our financial records. The Grocery Game. At least eight players are necessary to play "grocery game." These are seated in a circle, and one of the players stands iu the middle. The player in the middle gives each one in the circle the name of some article to be purchased at the grocery. Then, standing in the center, he calls out the name of two articles, the names of which he has given to the players. The two players representing these two groceries must change places, while the player in the middle tries to get into one of the seats. At any time the player in the middle may call out "Groceries!" Then all the players must change their seats, and the one not getting a sent must take the place of the one in the middle. This is a variation of the well known "fruit coat well-bein- record-breakin- of-u- to-nigh- t. to-da- - basket" Girl Scouts. The girl scouts have an organization similar to the boy scouts. They are divided into patrols and troops with a membership of "tenderfeet," first and second class scouts. Their motto i?. "Do a Good Turn Every Day." The uniform consists of a white blouse, khaki skirt, with two side pockets and a row of buttons in the front, and a red. black or blue tie, according to the choice of the troop. A khaki macki-nacoat and camping outfit complete w nt the equipment The Queer Little Mantis. The mantis is a queer shaped Insect, which is a hie to resemble objects in form and color. It is thus able to protect itself, for it can imitate leaves, rocks, dead wood. sand, shelis. eta. and only by careful watching am it be discovered. Some of this family are very attractive, one in particular, which is shaped like a pink flower, being beautiful. When it is at rest on a plant it flattens its joints and looks like a blossom on the green leaves. Boy Scouts Band. The First Pennsylvania Boy Scone band of I.cwistowii. Ta.. has received much attention of late on account of the excellence of the boys' playing and their smart appearance. The boys have been on several trips to Canada, where they were enthusiastically re ceived; to Washington at the time of the inauguration of President Wilson, and many other places, where they have taken part in various celebrations. Johnny Cakes. Mother mixes as Is best Eggs and butter sold. Flour, milk and all tho rest. Just as oft of old; Then the oven hot to fill It Is shortly gone. When It's out she spreads with ekiHi 'Licious icing on. V Johnny, home from school at noon,. Mother's patience tries. When he gets a slico he soon r For another sighs. When he comes from school at fou?- Johnny makes his plea And at five eats one slice mora ( And at supper three. v . Times. '" Johnny has a winning way he, stands and begs. When Johnny also has, they say, I Hollows In his legs. Wonder In it can you find? Mother, when she bakes Chocolate lemon any klsd Calls them "Jofeany cakes. New York TIbma 3 4 1- - nv r most powerful enemy to her influence the Narodne Odbrana, or This organization, as its name implies, Jias as its aim the union of the entire Pan-Ser- b tHErADAlR 'COUNTS 'taWfc' aUlOIR Jburied. The deceased was a lovable woman, fia&Ma' sympaFiblished Every Wednesday thetic heart, and was constantly . by the looking after the wants of the poor, who regarded her, so to &ix County News Company. speak, as an angel of mercy. ( Incorporated.) GOUMTY HAS. S. HARRIS Democratic newspaper devoted to terest or the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Germanic and.Slav racial an- , tf' g , tipathy, the hatred of Austria and Servia had its beginning as far back as 1888 when, by the, Berlin teaty, Servia was given her independince as a State, At this particular time,;coun-trie- s while Bosnia and Herzegovina, EDITOR. being rent to sunder, the peopledlby the very flower of the husband's mind being engrossed Serb race, whose devoted patrithe In- JEWS .'of j. 5- - union. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Subscription price Post-offi- ce as sec-t- nl with the deepest national and international questions, his burdens seems almost unbearable. May God sustain him in his $1.00 per year. great sorrow. J.udge Rollin Hurt is justly proud of the vote of his home county, Adair, where he was born and reared and where he WEB. AUG. 12, 19.14 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Por U. S. Senator Long Term HON J. C. W. BECKHAM, has practicedlaw for thirty years. The business of a lawyer most of Franklin County. generally loses him some friends, but out of the twelve hundred For U. S. Senator Short Term votes cast in Adair county only HON. J. N. CAMDEN, twenty-eigwere recorded of Woodford County. against him. It was a rare but a just compliment, not only apFor Congress preciated by Judge Hurt, but by HON. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. all his friends. ht hundred votes in that county. ruinous quarantine regulation Bosworth lives in Bell. that prevents the stock being If there is any soreness in transported across her territory Adair county growing out of the to market. The result was that late primary we have failed to the Servian market was glutted discover it. Those who failed to with these products and the men differed, get their choice are satisfied with farmers receive no prices at all. caDvass was some valiant fight- the expression of the majority, Two cents for a chicken and five ing, so to speak, by friends of and will cheerfully support the cents for a ham would rouse the fighting blood of any farming all the candidates, but the nomi- candidates nominated. and-there Mediation inJEuropean clash is For Judge Court of Appeals urged by President Wilson in a HON ROLLIN HURT, message to rulers. The Presof Adair County. ident declares that it is his duty At the head of our editorial to act and diplomats were called AUSTRIA'S SYSTEMATIC found the names in by secretary Bryan, who in columns can-b- e of the gentlemen who make up forms Emissaries of proposal, the Democratic ticket, to be voted asking for replies at the earliest The socalled "pig wars" and poultry wars" were an out for at the November election. moment. growth of this systematic reThey are gentlemen of sterling The Republicans in the Elev- pression. Servia raised large character and should receive the enth district are still vindicat- quantities of pigs and fowl of a united support of the Democratic ing Caleb Powers. He carried high grade, and if she could party. So far as we have been every county in the district over market them readily would find, able to learn there will be no Jo Bosworth for Congress but them a valuable export. But kickers in Adair county, every Bell and received about seven Austria steadily otism had kindled the revolution that humbled Turkey, were practically given over to Austria. Thus the Serbs, newly freed from Turkey, were arbitrarily divided, and part of them given over to a yoke just as hateful as that of theJtfoslem has been. In securing her hold on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Dalmatian coast, Austria attained the highly important advantage of a footholdon the Adriatic sea, and at the same time defeated Servia's equal necessity for such an outlet. Through all the 35 years between the Berlin treaty and the Balkan war, Servia struggled for a seaport, and at every turn was checkmated by Austria. To the failure to gain this end Servia attributes her slow commercial development and the difficulty of realizing on her resources. Democrat supporting the ticket with good grace. The Beckham, Stanley and McCreary men are all together and will march in solid filanx to the' polls the 3rd of November, on Tuesday after the first Monday. During the maintained Serb race. This society has resorted to many means of carrying on and spreading its propaganda, and has more than once figured in court proceedings resulting from its activities. Austria further claims that the public schools of Servia have been used as an instrument for the instilling of prejudice, and asserts that every branch of the Servian official service is honeycombed with plots aimed against Austrian tranquility. Until she seized on the murder of the archduke, Austria was not able to put her finger on any tangible evidence of Servia's malfeasance. But Servia's reprisals for Austria's highhandedness were not less irritating for being intangible. Austria has felt for years that all Servia was a hotbed of intrigue and conspiracy against her. The fact that nothing has been sufficiently well defined to be open to official resentment has not rendered the aggregate less exasperating. Servian officials do not deny the existence of a strong sentiment in Servia, nor do they deny the existence of plotting against Austria. But they refuse to give to these plots more importance than she would to the' noting of turbulent students, and they, point out the fact tha in the present condition of Servia trouble in any guise whatever is the last thing she wants. anti-Austri- an anti-Austrian REAL VALUE inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISFACTION after the contents have been used. Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are prepared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scientific way, and are genuine medicines that you can depend on. What "Bee Dee" Means "Bee Dee" on the label means AHcr using the Bee Dee Remedies generally for sometime, we take pleasure in saying that they are giving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recommend them. McMillen Stock Farm. Waco, Texas. You Bee Dee Bee Dee Healing Powder STOCK S POULTRY MEDICINE . LINIMENT DIP Bee Dee Colic Remedy can get them at your dealer's. P. B. 6 BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, arid is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but 35 Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes I. And less than other high grade brands, lell us your paint needs todav and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. 2o5o they will cost you Kentucky Paint MVg Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Removal Notice. In order to make room for my growing Jewelry and Repair Business, I have removed into new Headquarters, known as the Wilson & Gill stand, next door to News Office. With this new location I will be in better position to serve you in my regular line than ever. Thanking you for your past patronage, I assure you your business in the future will be appreciated. WAR STRENGTH OF EUROPE TRIPLE ENTENTE' which may back 5,500.000 4,000,000 730,000 10,230,000 240,000 -- Servia: MURRAY BALL, Jeweler, Columbia. Keutucky. Russia France England Total Servia Grand total TRIPLE ALLIANCE nation of former Governor Beckham settled all disputes, thereby bringing about a united Democracy in Adair county. We take it that the same feeling pervades the whole State, and that Mr. Beckham will receive a handsome majority over Augustus E. Willson at the November election. Hon. Rollin Hurt's majority over Judge J. P. Hobson, is close to forty-fiv- e hundred. There were -- CAUSE. Of THE WAR. After almost a half century of jealous hatred between the two nations, Austria has at last found an excuse to fiy at the throat of her little neighbor kingdom. Servia, the thorn in her side. The assassination of Aach-duke Hobson men in Adair county, all of them being Hurt men at Ihis writing. Judge Hurt has received many letters of congratulation from overvthe district, and from what we can learn the counties that supporttwenty-eigh- only t ed the EJizabethtown candidate are now in line for Adair's candidate. There are no sore spots on Judge Hobson, as he has congratulated Mr. Hurt on his nomination. The Democrats Nof Kentucky should be proud of its State and district candidates, all gentlemen whom we believe will be triumphantly elected in November. The death of the wife of the President of the United States, cast a gloom over this entire nation, and since the announcement of her demise words of condolence have poured into the White House from every corner of the civilized world. Funeral services were conducted at the White House Monday afternoon and at the conclusion the body and escort were Btarted to Rome, Ga where Mrs. Wilson will be i Francis Ferdinand, the crown prince of Austria, at Sara-javBosnia, a month ago, is not the cause of the present trouble. It is only the pretext used by Austria for a campaign of revenge and conquest that has been planned for years. The Austrian Ultimatum to Servia did not come as a surprise to those who have been following the diplomatic meneuvering in southeastern Europe for the past 10, 20 or 30 years. Austria has never been able to forgive Servia for existing at all, and Servia has always resented her big neighbor's stubborn opposition to her own schemes for development for over 25 years jealousy and enmity between these two nations have fed on each other; for over 25 years each has irritated the other in all the numberless ways known to skilled politicians; for over 25 years each has been held "in check only by the pressure of outside influences. But the tragic death of the heir apparent placed in Austria's hands an excuse so powerful that she dared to use it as a weapon. a, community. When Austria definitely annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina, Servia saw her hopes of their ultimate union with her entirely defeated. She protested bitterly, and carried her warlike preparations to such point that her army practically confronted that of Austria on the opposite side of the Danube. The interference of Germany which held back Russia's hand extended to aid the Serbs was all that prevented a serious war. Here again Servia felt herself outraged and defeated by the united Germanic influence, and nursing her hurts she once more set herself to wait men men men men men 10,470,000 men 5,200,000 men 1,200,000 men-2,000,00- Austria's backers: men 8,400,000 Germany Italy Anstria Total men ENGLISH VICTORY REPORTED. Special cable, London, Aug., 6. The first naval engagement for her opportunity. AUSTRIA'S HAND IN BALKAN WAR. It came with the outbreak of the Balkan war, when by a se- ries of brilliant campaigns, the Servians advanced through Albania to Durazzo, thus seizing the coveted seaport. It is not hard to recall the maneuver-ing- s by which Austrian diplomacy defeated this end by setting up the little kingdom of of Albania as a buffer. Not even the highly desirable portions of Macedonia that fell to Servia's lot at the end of the war were able to compensate her for her rage and disappointment in the loss of the footing on the sea. Austria's irritation against Servia has been sharpened by her belief in Servia's, connivance in plots and schemes to alienate BEGINNIG OP THE TROUBLE. Austrian subjects and so further Apart from the deep sources Serb ends. Austria sees as the straight ill-fat- ed between English and German ships in the North Sea has resulted in a victory for Great Britain The battle took place Wednesday off the Dutch coast and lasted five hours. Seventy English sailors were wounded and it is reported more than 100 Germans were killed. The ships engaged were those of England's third Votilla and a flying squadron of German vessels which had been sent out to protect the mine laying operations of German ships. The liner Koenegin Luise, which had been equipped with mine laying paraphernalia, was sunk by the British, and a short time later two of the German boats surrendered. The Amphion, flagship of England's flotilla, was the only British ship that sustained any noticeable-damage. Her batteries were put out of commission temporarily by an exploding shell. It was the new British torpedo-destroyLance which sent the Koenigin Luise to the bottom. The Koehigin Luise was caught sixty miles from laying-mineer ., s carried away the stern of the Q. German ship, leaving a gaping Iiocal Agent for hole. The sea rushed in and the Grand UprightPlayer Pianos Koenigin sank in six minutes. Most of the crew jumped into (Strictly High Grade) Certain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantor. the sea and some of them were Take Supremacy. picked UP by the British Sailors. In tone, action and durability because every part rp... ... vt piisuiiers were receives careful, rifrid scrutinizing inspection. iwcui-eigThen the Piano in its entirety is sevevely critici'J- landed at Harwich. Four of the ed by a corps of experts. If there's anything wronjj we intend to find it before you do. If wr German wounded lost their legs don't our warranty protects you. THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANi and two their arms. The British Chicago; Cincinnati. Factories: had no casualities. Mrs. W. Lowe, ! i ui Conflicting reports have been received of the fighting at Liege. A ' ! HENRY W. DEPP, rjKrx'j'is'JL1 Harwich., four shots. The Lancet-fireThe. first two were fired over the Koenigin Luise, but the third smashed the bridge. The fourth d French telegram states that Will be permanently located in fierce fighting continues in the Columbia, after August 15. street, while a London message All Cla.sse- of Denial work done Crown. Bridge, and Inlay work . Specially. reports the German attackers All Work Otiaranteed. twenty-fOffice over M. C. Winfrey' Grocer asking for an armistice of our hours, and declares the Germans have acknowledged a Sano. reloss of 25,000 men. Another port says the attack on Liege Jim Cravens left for Illinois a has 'been abandoned. few days ago. Admiralty says no Miss Sallie Neat is spending The British battle has taken place in the this week with Mrs. Tom Wheat. Wei by Swanson returned to North Sea, though reports Indiana last week, after a few in London tell of a defeat days visit with relatives in this English fleet of the Ger- part. by the R. C. Neal was in this part man warships. looking after cattle last Monday. Washington has issued an Messrs. George and John Brock order to prevent the sailing of man returned from Illinois a few any ship being converted for war days ago. purposes, or carrying foreign reMessrs. Willie Wheat and Willie Carter attended the singing servists in organized manner. x Movements of troops generally at Goodin school house last Sunday. are being kept secret, and reMrs. T. W. Wheat, who has ports' received of clashes at many been quite sick, is some better. points on land and sea are of a R. L. Beard and Virties Grant rather indefinite character. s were in Campbellsville last week. re-ceiv- ed i ,TflR ADAIR COtfNTYlMTCWS (Continued from first page . ) Additional Personals. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Short, of Ellis-bnrg, Additional Meals. Cumberland county, visited atives in Columbia last week. Mr. Jo Milligari-an- d rel- Denny & Walker found water on abound, Mr. and Mrs. G- - W. Staples premises With tFunks five feet in diameter not ' at the depth of forty two feer. The far from the ground very cold. stream is bold and dollarsoncu was sold An oak " for-fift- Whole patches. of timber are deadened, they say, get trjem forever out of their, way To Beech, birch, chestnut and sassafras Lindscy-Wilsor- T A Training Safe Place to Put Your Children. iL-- -7 School ? wife returned to their home in Louisville last Saturday Mrs. A. I Hurt, of this place, left Monday morning for La Fayette. Many of our readers do not take a Ind., having received information daily paper, hence we are publishing that her daughter. Mrs. Guy Burken-pa- s a great deal of war news for their benwas ill efit Mrs. Alollie Hudson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Knott Young, Nashville. She will he absent severa'. mouths. Mr. Guy Stephenson and Miss Kath erine E. MurreP: Mr. Jo Harris a d spent a Miss Jennie McFarland part of Friday and all day Saturday, visiting friends at Phil, Casey county. Mr and vis Frank Garrison have taken rooms and gone to in the Hancock Hotel building, on Burkesville street. hous-keep-in- g Only about three weeks unlil the Graded School opens. Work on the gymnasium is progressing. Mr L. E Young, the well-know- n watch maker, who has been absent from Columbia for more than a year, will again open his business in the corner room of the Hancock Hotel, and will'be ready to aeceive customers song, Mr. W. D. King was with his Colum- Thursday or Friday of this week And the fireflies dance the whole night pare of lastJ bia f rienils the latter Notice. week. While some trees are worth eighty dollars in gold. They were shipped to Chicago while still in the rough, They made fine lumber, though the price seems tough. Whole bushels of blackberries all went to waste, But now we have peach, plum or pear according to taste. "Now a word about the weather I next must mention. This nice, cool morning, it deserves attention Seventy-eigh- t degrees fahrenheit at ten. One hundred and two is the hottest its been, Though the jarfly sings its loudest-- .'e iU t rr ' v mmmMm&MZ2Mg3mMWB& - $ nJ IW "' ' vMv m &mmm ?a long A drouth was threatened early in the The Pickett's Chapel Ball team will Mr- - Fred McLean, whohad the season, be at Columbia Sat urrtaji,- August 15, misfortune to get one of his legs game of bail . against And the people were troubled not brok'en two weeks or more ago, is get to play a match without reason. ting along very well; but he will not the O.ark team. We will play on the Their wheat was gathered, a pretty L. W. T. S., grounds, exoeer.iog a be out for some days. good crop, tight game. Every body invited to Mr. Henry T. Parrott, of game. All the ladies free. Ad- But it caused the growth of potatoes the was here Friday. to stop. mission. The machine heave in sight with a Notice. Mr. Wm. Irvine, who spent two rush and a run, weeks at Bussell Springs, returned done A half hour's work and the threshing's If you want first class vorc home a few days ago. all done. call at J. M. Kearnes Machine and ' Mr. S. A. Noe, Lebanon, made a Sixty-thre- e bushels of wheat for the business trip to Columbia last Wed- Repair Shop. He has hired him a showing, ... ,v nesday. first class Blacksmith to assist him And the land is now ready for winter Mrs. Kinnie Murrell and Miss Cath- in work. Give them 'a call. oat sowing. erine E. Murrell returned from Griffin Ten settings a day the threshers had Springs Wednesday. made, A fine rain fell here last Sunday and Forty men and boys, but half sat in Mr. Jt H. Phelps, of Jamestown, it was evidently general throughout the shade. was here last Wednesday, the'State. Mr. R.-F- , Paul and wife We visited the stone quarry one day Mr. Tobe Hughes, wife and little and Mr. Fred Hill returned from Lex- in the morning, daughter, left on their homewards iugtouj in an auto; on that .day, and Two blasts were fired off of which journey for Quanah, Texas, last Thurs they report that it rained the" entire we'd had warning. day morning. way. The rocks were then broken, to the Mr. J. E. Lane, Glasgow, called to crusher were fed, Sugar has advanced, attributable to see our merchants last Thursday. The steam engine preparing them for Mr. R. L. Marshall was here from the failure of the beet crop in counColumbia's road bed. Oampbellsville a few days ago, rilling tries where they giow in great abund- Columbia's a place of 1.500 or so, ance. oil tanks. to which you Without a meat-markrr Mr. Paul Waggener was in Lexcan go. FROM OLD KENTUCKY. ington, last Friday. Though one day there were driven through the street, Mrs. J. It Garnett, besides having (BY C K. lUCHAKDS, A WISCOXSINE11.) a sick sou all last week, was very much A flock of twelve hundred and ninety-fiv- e My dear old friends, of Delavan, Wis j indisposed herself. sheep. Both young and old, notonel.dmiss, dot all Little stores and Mr, T. J. Goodman was here Wedover the land, I thought I'd write you from Kennesday and Thursday from Rowena. tucky State. All built on the rock and none on the Mr. T. E. Jeffries has been on the 1 could mike it all rhyme, wouldn't If sand. sick list for the past week. it be great? When from one town to another we Mr B. D. McFarland, wife and three We started from home, June 10, at sometimes go, children, of Rowena, visited at the six in the morning. Through woods, over rocks, fording home of Mr. W. T. McFarland, and in Soon the train at the Delavan depot streams high' or low, the vicinity of Cane Vdlley, last week. gave warning. Columbia's ground is underlaid' with Mr. C. A. Hammonds, Russell We arrived at Chicago 25 after nine, stone, Springs, was at the Hancock Hotel a And went to Foundling's Home on On which fair crops are generally few days ago. Wood street to dine. grown. Monticello, Thence to Lincoln Park the other Wages are from fifty cents to one dol O. O. Anderson, Mr. animals to see, called on the Columbia merchants one lar a day, Monkeys, giraffs, and birds on a tree day last week. To use a Kentucky phrase, "well, I sy." Mr. H. C. Parrish, a prominent cit- The latter were many hundreds I think, One day through the colored settlewas at the Hancock izen of Bakerton, Some being in color a delicate pink. ment we went for a ride, Hotel a few days ago. Elephant, tiger and grizzly bear, A school house, two stores, three Mr. W. A. Yates. Deputy United Leopard, buffalo and deer were all churches we spied, States Marshal, Edmonton, was here a there. Baptist, Christian, and Methodist A few days since. Snakes, wolves, lynx, zebra, and fox. I'll mention, Mrs. Zilpah Wheat, who has been And slippery old walruses on the 'In the latter they held a big conven teaching in the commercial departwet rocks. tion. ment of a college in Bethany, Va., re- About four o'clock we saw them all Tho' they had no bell, or very high turned home last Wednesday afterfed, steeple, noon. With wheelbarrows of meat, and The church was well filled with their Messrs. Hugh Noe, T. W. Taylor whole loaves of bread. own people. and Oma Goode, Campbellsville, were if y0u wish to see it let memory search One other white face besides Billie's I here last week for a day or two. For the moving pictures we saw in and mine, in Delavan church. Mr. R. C. Neal and Mr. J. E. Beard. But the singing you may know was We started from Chicago at 1U at Eunice, were here a few days ago. certainly tine. night, for' They had a hard time taking up a Miss Virginia Tupman left sIip. will en. Arrived at Louisville by morning collection, NnshviilP. Fridav. where lighjt, If they sang themselves hoarse (1 mean gage in the millinery business durV little out of Chicago is White -- City no reflection.) ing the fall. so SW One of them stood at each end of a Mr. B. G. Roach and wife, of Mc - . table, Greeor. Texas, who visited relatives By electricity made as light as day. county several A blazing tower meets your wonder- - Where they placed their money as and friends in this iuS gaze, they felt able. weeks, started, this morning, on their i Something to remember all your Thirty cents they had at end of first hnmpwsrri imirnpv. days. song, Mrs. Lou F. Miller left Monday From Campbellsville to Columbia a They seemed to think something de- morning for Louisville, where she will I , 20 mile run, cidely wrong. spend two weeks with her son, Mr. Was made by auto in the noonday On "The Time Religion," a fine paper Geo. R Milier and wife; from there sun. , was read, she will go to Mlnneappolis, Minn., A week we spent at the latter place, By Mrs. George Washington, of Louisfor a several month's stay with anothThen to Russell Springs we turned ville, so they said. er son, Mr. R W Miller and family. our face, In Columbia four other churches we Mrs. W. J. O'Daniel, Mrs. Henry A summer resort in days gone by, find if we try, ' Hunkey, Mrs. S, H. Brinton; Miss But just at the present time rather (But no saloons for the town has Kaunearl Brinton, Marie Hunkey, dry. gone dry.) Carrie Goodin, Marguerite Bickett, The streets are narrow a good place Sabbath Schools nine, every Sunday in Kuel Dcody, Alma Adell; Messrs Lee to root, each. Goodin, Jack Losson, Shot Spalding Trodden alike by human, and pork And twice in a month a preacher will and Alex Jackivanhoe, of Lebauan, preach. paid Columbia a visit last Thursday. For one Kentuckian was heard to The Baptist are building, (if my guess Mr. George Montgomery, who is state, , I don't miss,) deputy Postmaster at Bradentown, "I couldn't be happy without a hog 'Twill be much like the one in Delavan, Fla., and who has been located in that at my gate." Wis. city for the past ten or twelvemonths, They have autos, five (quite a new If this seems rather rambling and is at home on a visit. He is looking thing,) shifting in scene, well and states that the Columbia If you?' want a good drink, go to 'Tis because of strange sights in many colony, now in Bradentown, are get, Calebiate spring. "places I've .been,.. ting along nicely. He will be here Now how shall I tell you of all I4have If it seems rather foolish and liking ' in wit, until about the 25th of this month. seen? The people I've visited the kinfolks '.Tis not very strange, for. I can't make Camp-bellsvill- e, . 1: .Boys.and Girls are Under our personal care at all times. New brick dormitories, electric lights, water works, baths, and steam heat. 3. Location healthful and beautiful. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten- - nis courts, basket ball floor, track,et(T-Thorougcourses. Our graduatesentei the best colleges and universities with- h out 6. Good moral and religious influences but riot sectarian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, pression, Voice, Art. Ex k Compare our advantages1 with ffie'-bes-t 3t)-4- t. and our rates with the lowest. For information address. MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. Ozark. Mrs. Nannie Lee White has been quite sick for several days. Mrs. J. W. Morris is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Montgomery's baby is very sick. . Elkhorn Roller Mills RICE ELKHORN, & ALLEN et -- Proprietors post-offic- es -- KENTUCKY. Mr. Lander Bryant, who teaches We have put in a Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey Creek, for at Oak Grov, is at home quite sick, threatened with fever. the purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchants and Exchanging flour and ' Mrs. T. J. Bryant and Mrs bran for wheat. Also paying the Highest Cash Price for wheat. We are novr Ann Morris remain about the ready for business. same. Respectfully Yours. W. N. Bryant, Esto, vis Mr. ited relatives here last week. & RICE ALLEN, 4 Elkhorn, Kv, Mr. James McKinley and Rev. Sullivan visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Rev. preached at Clear Springs, Sunday. Su'-liv- an It is the understanding that a series of meetings will begin at Clear Springs, the second Sunday in August, conducted by the pastor and others. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barger visited relatives in Russell county recently. Fertilizers YOU ARE WOR.KIN FOR BETTER FARMING, - SO ARE WE. Let's Get together and better acquainted, A. A. , ' Misses Maggie Murrell, Cora Lee and Estelle Montgomery, Plase do not buy your Fertilizers until you have seeix Annie and Mary Reeves were our Local Agent, who will give you terms and prices, guests of Miss Lula Bryant last if we have none near you, write us we want good live Agents in all unoccupied territory, we can satisfyyou Sunday. , Mr. Charlie Parson and family visited Mr. James Turpen and Quality Brands are as good as the Best and better than the Best. and we want your business. Incorporated family recently. Mr. Nat White, of Eunice, is The American Agricultural Chemical go, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sol McKinley, C. R. Hutchison," visiting home of Mr. G. G. Reynolds Mr. White has many friends who are always glad to see him. here stopping at the County Agents: R. W. Hurt: and Nell & Nell. General Blacksmitfiing writes their friends that are getting along well. Mr. Pol- Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairine neatly Mr. Willie Reynold's new ly is getting $35.00 per mo. His done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put en. Special attention to ITorse Shoeing; Prices right anS dwelling is about completed. son is clerk in a store at a good satisfaction Guaranteed. Our schools are all progressing salary. They report crops fine. Shop on Depot St. near I. & N; Depot. nicely. Mr. Albert Bryant, who PHONE NO. 75 Mr. Crandell Grider, who was js teaching at this place has fif- hurt in a ball game two weeks JEFF PARSON ty in attendance. ago, has about- recovered, but is CampbeWfevfiJe, Kyc. Mollie Troutman, Mrs. minus a tooth. Mrs. Mary E. Bolin and Mrs. Jv C. Mr. Frank Barger, of Clinton baby- are guests of Mr. Johro Montgomery were shopping in county, visited relatives here White and family this week. I mean a hit. For Sale. Columbia last Wednesday. A few log houses, a few ox teams, ; So with these few words I think I 'will last week. He reported extra Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Barger close, Mr. Jesse Bryant lost a nice 5, good crops down Forty-fiv- e acres of land, lying near Mules without numbers, not seen in there. are at the bedside of their daughdreams'. And sign myself simply C. R, Roze. Dr. S. P. Miller's farm, four miles place about which I've year old mare one day last week. One from Columbia, under fence, some Amid fences of boards and fences of P. S. forgotten to raye, Mr. Marvin Medaris,' wife and ter, Mrs. M. O. Stevenson.rneax-Columbia- . Mr. Rube Ttearns lost a good wire, ' in the ground called milch cow. Baby; Mr. Willie Ross, wife and J Cairo, 111. R. F. D. The opd old rail fence dares to as- - Is a large hole F. C. Peter's cave. pire. until Christmas. Mr. J. 0. Polly and family, Mr. "Cooch" Conover will who went to Illinois last spring, leave for Illinois soon to work they here Notice to the Public on-fop- - , - v 40-- 2t Br, : I i r 'THEs ADAI1C COUNTY NEWS' Industry Hums in West. iAj.- lodged. With American control innart - H- - ' Brosperity, brought about miinly by the great wheat crop And the promise of an immense corn crop, is being passed around in the Middle West. Bull near-progressi- ve Moose, and independent organs acknowledged the fact Evidences of expanding industry come from many sources. Factory centers, steel plants and railroad shops especially are enlarging their activities. There is a distinctly better feeling in financial circles. Labor's normal content is returning because an increasing percentage of labor is finding employment. In the Chicago manufacturing districtl which includes the great industrial centers of South Chicago and Gary, lnd., thousands of men are going to work, in some factories in squads of a score or more and in others in groups of between two and three hundred. The Standard Steel Car .Co., at Hammond, hired 300 men last week and is negotiating for additional help. Its working force is now 1,000. The Pullman Company is employing men by the hundreds. The working force is now 10,000, and 1,000 more men are wanted. to-da- y. oftkejEanama;canaUiqw?alniost completed American supremacy of the seas would be assured. And another thing might happen. The United States is a debtor nation. The balance of trade is against the United States and this might be turned if the United States should supply munitions of war, and food for warring countries. There would be a chance to clean up a good profit, and get out of the debtor class. UNDETflEt? MBWfcBJBr.' j"b.B . Bowels are Basis of Child Health PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, nut i was completely cured, by The careful mother, who watches too powerful for a child. The homes of :losely the physical peculiarities of her Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 103C Trigg Ave., hildren, will soon discover that the Memphis. Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Grifiost important thing in connection with fith, Veechdale. Ky., are always supplied i child's constant good health is to keep with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with he bowels regularly open. Sluggish them, as with thousands of others, there uowels will be followed by loss of appe- is no substitute for this grand laxative. tite, restlessness during sleep, irrita- It is really more than a laxative, for it 1 keep constantly on hands a'nice line bility and a dozen and one similar evi- contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, jf Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and dences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give liver and bowels so that after a brief Oadies Robes, also a nice Hurse. the child a teaspoonful of Dr. id well's use of it all laxatives can be dispensed Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and with and nature will do its own work. over Cumberland Grocers Co., repeat the dose the following night if Anyone wishing to make a trial of this necessary more than that will scarcely remedy before buying it in the regular Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. druggist at fifty cents or one be needed. You will find that the child way of a large size) can will recover its accustomed good spirits dollar a asample bottle (family the home have bottle sent to . at once and will 'eat and sleep normally. free of charge by simplv addressing Dr. This remedy is a vast improvement W. B. Caldwell. 105 Washington St. over salts, cathartics, laxative waters Monticello. 111. Your name and address and similar things, which are altogether on a postal card will do. F tiB t1'i? DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, HI. $1.00 AT ALL 50c AND DRUGGISTS. Lo-ati- on C-- J. B. Jones. C. D. ' Crenshaw SURGEON ;:VETERINARY Daily "The prosperity for which the country has waited since the Re- Courier Journal that is properly made will not strike fire after the marA match Thousands of railroad cars fill the sidings and yards in and out of Chicago awaiting their turn at the repair shops. department of the Santa Fe issued a report today showing that 106, 627 freight cars have been loaded on the Santa Fe system and received from other lines during the last month In the same month last year, 102,799 cars were loaded, an increase of 3.72 percent. Bur lington officials reported that general merchandise and miscellaneous freight business shows an increase of from 4 to 5 per cent over last year. The New York Herald. . The traffic What Would Happen? publican panic of 1907 is almost here, and in our efforts a kind providence smiles upon us. Crops were never better; our Sunday granaries will soon be full to bursting with garnered grain. When the elections are held this fall in the pleasant Southland Year acres will be white with cotton, our greatest exchange crop, the crop which brings here gold from all the rest of the Best Natioual News world; when the elections are '.t State News held this fall, on 107,000,000 (t Local News acres in the colder North the Market Reports ripening corn will be rustling in (( Foreign News the breezes of autumn. It is impossible for Republican orPolitical News ators, for Republican journals, it of Everything for Republican prophets of ca(4 for Everybody lamity and disaster to stop the rising tide of prosperity; they Are you interested in what is cannot contend against the con.aking place day byday all over j ditions which confront them." Representative Henry T. Rainey, Ihe world ? 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Add the prepared livers, roil Office, Front rooms m Jeffries BTd'g the omelet up and serve very hot cuperation now so much needed. up Stairs. Rice With Butter and Cheese. Paralysis of European finance cupful of rice. Boil in Take - Kentucky salted water. After twenty minutes of Columbia, and commerce would, open the boiling take off the fire and drain. way for nations whose energies Then put the rice back into a saucepan with three tablespoonfuls of grated have net been debilitated and cheese (Parmesan) and three tableof butter. Jlix well and whose resources have not been spoonfuls an entree or around a plate serve as exnaustecu Among them all. of meatGreen Bean Salad. none is more entemrisincr than Land Owners Attention. Remove strings and slice the beans tne United btates Which WOUld! on slanting slivers, boil until tender, tUen drain. Season with a little onion r. C. 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If you want to kep posted in poli tics, and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jpui subscriptions to t- BR3SKTS '( ' ' ' Viaicsij ? HOT fifteen minute, time. QATMnJK. "''Ir.r.k7r.jl ' ". ?niL""i,fVS fl SV. tL OI the body in Tt tt DkMM.Mm nT btit irha in volt rr-- Trior! frio naiT?inr w wui which they never ' - cornstarch dissolved' in a little cold wa- uiue irom ter, Cook in double boiler until thick. lnt0 8ma11 cupshave been dis Pour whinnerl cream. - Serve Tery cold .'with x lJ. T. . C. t Faulkner, Columbia, Ky.' Free wmpla tad drrolxr BUUHBVfl HKBLUI . 34 txm. OHM 91.. nt on nqaai. ,mrmi, J - i it ,this office. "T"' jj nl'A r w THFADATRjgQUNY MEWS. Vt' Lake. Factory Owners not Hurt. IFr'lKl isj.is i i A Two-Mor- y IBJ tft) ! WELL DRILLER self-producing You Need a Tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonicr Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking ft, needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic There are times in every woman's life when she I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give im-yrov- ed me a Call. J. C YATES . Secretary Redfield of the DeBLACK NEMESIS is the lake near partment of Commerce states Salinas Statipn, on the Tampico that foreign manufacturers sent Guilty Brought to Justice In division of the Mexican Central into the United States during a Mysterious Way. Railway, seventyTtwo miles west the first eight months of the new of San Luis Potosi. It may well tariff system just 8.8 per cent -- If 1 swing for this in your place I will be termed a lake, for more of their finished product you come back on earth to see that two-stor- y One of the wonders of Mexico PURSUED BY A at times there is a lake of fresh than they did under the water overlying the salt lake. A water-tigh- t roof of green mud separates the fresh from the salt water. For a large part of the year there is no fresh-wate- r lake there. The sun Hcks it up soon after the rainy season is over. The salt secured from the lake goes all over Mexico. The lake has been worked about sixty-fiv- e old law. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and .a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. THE LOU IS VI LL TIMES let i; () EXXXXX Has Helped Thousands. 1 FOR 1913 IB) () () Il I brighter, better, bigger than ever THE REGULAR PRICE OF The whole town of 5,000 people makes its living from the salt. years. A man will tear away from There is always some doctor his meals and rush to work and who will hnd something wrong then spend a couple of hours at- with you if you have money THE tempting to convince visitors enough to pay for it. I how the Mexican trouble should be settled. There is now suspicion that the trouble in Mexico was instigated by the moving picture people who were short on film subjects. Getting busy and going after a thing will beat hope" to it by a thousand mile3. A young girl in love acts like one possessed or like one wants to be possessed. IP The property is owned by a family or estate, but it is said LOUISVILLE TIMES that not one of the owners has lived there for years. The old IS A YEAR; residence of the owners is still standing at Salinas. Its mas YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEI sive wans ana towers and turrets give the pJace a resemblance TO US, YOU CAN GET to a fort or feudal castle. New $5.00 THE ADAIR COUNT) NEWS York Sun. Reason for his Enthuiasm. When a man has suffered for several days with colic, diarrhoea or other form of bowel complaint and is then cured sound and well by one or two doses of Chamberlain.s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as is often the case, it is bub natural that he should be enthusiastic in his praise of the remedy, and especially is this the case of a severe attack vhen life-i- s threatened. Try it when in need of such a remedy. It never fails. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Good The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives ail the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii County News both for 4.50 per year. Special Notice! ri Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales at Special Prices. Hay Presses, Both' Horse J and Gasoline Engine Power. ,., SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Nine Disc. See or write him before buying. Woodson Lewis .!, Some time after Nolan's execution Hawkins was approached by a negro who entered into a brief conversation. . AND with him. An hour later when Hawkins was entering the house in which he lived, he saw the negro looking at him. He made a dash for his shadow-e- r, but the negro slipped Into an alley., and Hawkins lost him. Hawkins saw no more of the negro, but heard of him. The negro was evidently making inquiries concerning-him- . Hawkins, who had" guilt on his conscience, was intending to slip away BOTH ONE YEAR when he was arrested on a charge Summer Coughs are Dangerous. Life of a Flea. made by the police of having commitSummer colds are dangerous. They ted the murder for which David Nolan indicate low vitality andjloften lead had been executed. "When his case Socrates asked how far a flea to serious Throat and Lung Troubles, came up he found the police in possession of a chain of evidence which THE LOUISVILLE TIMES could jump, but the length of including Consumption. Dr. King's had been sent to them anonymously. originally & clew, but they his life is more important than New Discovery will relieve the cough It was evidence. the best afternoon paper prinmade it or cold promptly and prevent complitrial the length of his jump. It is cations. It is soothing and antiseptic During theeye the prisoner, while ted anywhere. over those sitting as casting his important because fleas are bear- and makes you feel better at once. To spectators In the courtroom, saw the negro who had shadowed him. The Has the best corps .of corrr ers and disseminators of 'various delay is dangerous get a bottle of negro was looking straight at him and Dr. King's New Discovery at once continued his gaze. Then for the first pondents. parasites, thus the rat-fle-a of In- Money back if not satisfied. 50c and time the threat of David Nolan occurdia is. the bearer of the plague $1.00 bottles at your Druggist. Paull red to him. He shuddered. Covers the Kentucky field p Hawkins was convicted of the murDrug Co. Ad. der and sentenced to death. When microbe. The British rat-fle- a fectly. seated in the electric chair he cast his. usually passes through its develeyes over those standing about to wlt- Covers the general news flei Thrill of Prosperity. uess his execution. There is a limited opment cycle in two or three number of officials at such ceremonies, completely. but in this case the doomed man saw weeks; in ten days in warm. some one else. As proper men as ever trod up "The nigger!" he gasped. "Take damp weather. Gautier and Has the best and fullest m him away!" Raybaud kept one alive on hu- on neat's leather are members of At that moment the current was turn- kets reports. affl,ir was cnaetl- i ed man blood for 90 days. Anoth- the National Leather and Shoe There hastue always uceii a uouole mysDEMOCRATIC in polities' bi er lived for 41 days in an ice Finder's Association, who have tery in tLe matter of the Hawkins case. In the first place, the police nev- been discussing trade Iconditior.s or learned who had put them on the chamber without feeding. Dr. fair- to everybody. I clew that resiilttd in obtaining the I 111 !.'illz "! rtin-William Nicoll finds that a rat- - at their annual convention ' - iw1irntik victed. In the second place, it has nevSEND YOUR SUBSCftF flea can city. live on an average about this er been established whether Hawkins They nearly all fpll tli a aamo' really saw a 'negro present the mo- a week apart from its host. The ment before he died or was so wrought TION RIGHT AWAY Story-th- at business has imprOV- -' aPc by his approaching end as to see- period of survival is longer at him in imagination. The officials de- -, ed, that it is now good and that clared that no permission to be pres-- .. low temperature and in the light: . . ent was given to any negro. All those DENTAL OPB'ICE it is shortened by excess of dry it IS SUrely going tO be better wno were tnere declared that there. was no negro among them. ness or by excess of moisture. still in the near future. The There is a possible explanation. time that Nolan was elecAbout Very important, however, is the president of the association, Mr. trocutedthe was asserted by physicians It discovery that the larvae and Henry Kleine, of Chicago, says: that such subjects do not die of elec.DENTIST tricity, but under the knife at the subThere can be no question about sequent autopsy. This opinion was in pupae may survive in infected OVER FATJIC DRUG CO. a measure supported by the discovery material (grain, sawdust, brush-ing- s, the industrial imp r o v e m e nt that life is usually present in the body, Ky. Columbia, a long while after all appearance of It and so on) for so long as a which will come in the autumn; has vanished. These doctors made apRBS PHONE 20. OEuricrc PHom plication to be permitted to experithe West is. jubilant. year. ment on an electrocuted body and were What about the Pacific Coast? flatly refused by the sheriff. It is well known that Nolan's counsel was conCosily Treatment. The feeling of that region is vinced of his innocence. It is also a lawyer was Intimate "I was "troubled with constipation voiced by Mr. S. J. Burtchaell, "fact "that thethe sheriff. on has been terms with It and indigestion and spent hundreds of whispered that with the sheriffs conof San Francisco, who is vice nivance dollars for medicine and treatment," the doctors were permitted to writes C. H. Hines, of Whitlock, Ark. president of the association and steal Nolan's body and that they reand Indigestion caused ma ereat distress This is the only for two years. I triet many things for "I went to a St. Louis hospital, also a member of its executive com- suscitated It all the conditions. theory relief, but gotlittle help, tillat lastl found If Nothat fits into it ia the best pills or medicine I ever tried to a hospital in New Orleans, but na lan lived again h'e could not declare says: The country himself without bringing a swarm of was effected. On returning home I mittee, He sheriff, who bad hornets abodt Mr WJAE began taking Chamberlain's Tablets, and the country's business out- saved him from the felon's death. Disa and worked right along. I used them look never looked so well. New guised as a "negro he might fcuve work-a- d ftel3Kr- up n rase against 'Ids enemy. . But C.E..Hatiiald,aayaa,W. Va. $ for some time and ami now all right." iio"h vlto&eathe eXecuUoai and: It" 25 GE?3 Td 1ZJ. Z York Herald. Sold by Paull Drug Co. lmmtBamarmm Ad. so, bow did be get in? THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES Secretary Redfield said, was ample demonstration that there was no ground for the fears of J American factory owners that they would be driven from business by the Democratic tariff. Importations o f food stuffs sh wed a large percentage of increase in the eight months which ended with May, while foodstuffs exports fell off substantially. There was a relatively small reduction in the amount of completed manufactures exported. "The figueres,"said Secretary Redfield, "show, as it is natural they should, the results of the world-wid- e depression in commerce as modified by our own snorcage 01 iooastuits, arising from the inadequate crops of 11 iasc year, wmen condition is rapidly passing away. They indicate also that our competing power in manufacturing is well sustained, because at a time when our commercial rivals are eager to sell and unwilling to buy, the item of exports of fully finished manufactures is depress ed relatively little, and the item of imports of finished manufac tures increases relatively little. , 1 J get your proper punishment" David did not swing for the crime. He was electrocuted and mainly on the testimony of Newton Hawkins, the man who .had left blood on his arm and given him the knife. get your own proper punishment" The words were spoken by David Nolan, a farmer boy. to one who had pointed him out as a murderer. David, while crossing a field, saw a man hurrying toward him. When he came up David noticed that he was very much excited. He asked David how lie could reach the nearest railroad station and. while the boy was telling him put his hand on his arm. Then, drawing a sheath knife, he told David that ho would give it to him for his information. After that he darted away. Half an hour afterward, while David was cutting wheat, some half dozen men and boys, among them the man who had given him the knife, came hurrying across the fields. They advanced straight toward David, and when they reached him their leader asked the one who had given the knife: "Is he the one?" "Yes. I saw him draw a knife from the body and come in this direction." "Blood on his shirt sleeve!" exclaimed one. "And here's the knife!" cried another, drawing it from David's pocket "All right Come along." David was charged with having killed a man whose body had been found beside a road half a mile away. Ho saw the trick the murderer had played upon him. The man had meanwhile washed his hands In a pond and while trying to reach the railroad had been, accosted by a party who had discovered the body. He told them that he had seen the murderer leave it and guided them to David. It was 'then that David said: "If I swing for this in your place, I will come back to earth to see that you FOR ONLY $4.50. i J 1 ! on-:,- 1 - f ' J I Dr. James Tripletl ."-- Stomach Pains DR. KING'S i N &Uf f IfttVillfel llliBf 9Hrf y 'i- - V v T , - "V 8 re Gradyville. the:adair county news Dirigo. ' the morning and Rev. Scott in the, afternoon. Both services as n wa UTiHopiit-an- d The weather has been very "" warm for the past week. r. J. W. Sparks, of Horse Cave, visited his brother here a day or so of last week. J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-bur- g, was looking after stock in this community a few2 days of last week. Wesley Parson spent a few days in Horse Cave on business last week. Mrs. Cleo Shirrell and children, ,of Lebanon, visit herrelatives here last week. Mr. Jo Lane, of Glasgow, called to see our merchants one M day last week in the interest of Queensware. Miss Mallie Moss accompanied by Will Diddle, spent a day or so at Jamestown last week. Mrs. Arve3t Hill, after several weeks visited with relatives in Russell county, returned home has been considered in a very critical condition for the past last week. Mrs. Sallie Shirrell, who spent month. several weeks visiting her relatives in Taylor and Marion counties, returned home a few days ago. W. B. Hill spent a few days of last week" calling on his friends Mrs. Luay Campbell, who has esting perfect, good order pre- -' been sick for the past three vailed and the days will long be months is still no better. remembered, by every one presMessrs. James, Clavwell, ent. j and Wooten have reDied, on the 4th, Mr. jNim moved the mill recently purBarnes, in his 84th, yearjjof age, chased from the Campbell heirs with a complication Oof diseases. at this place, to the J. J. EngHe was a man whofwas loved by land farm, near Picnic. everybody 'ana" those that knew R. L. Campbell spent six days him best were his best friends. at Burkesville last week, attendHe lived an every day Christian ing the Cumberland circuit life and we know when the end court. came, he wa9 ready. He was a Eld. Heston Shaw of Metcalfe strict member of theSJBaptist church. He leaves one son and county, conducted a series of several daughters, with a host meetings at this place last week. of relatives and friends to weep J. G. Campbell spent last week over his departure. His remains in Metcalfe and Barren counties were interred in the family cem- buying sheep. etery near his residence in the G. W. Stotts, of this place, claims to be the champion quoit western part of the county. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parson shooter of the world. It is cerspent last Thursday at the bed- tainly interesting to hear George side of Mrs. Lewis Compton,who hollow out; "Another Nancy." Mc-Kinn- ey . . wopo woru infor. . .v. spedficatioHs. Standard Make, Roadsters, Touring Cars, lracks.dKebailt to "Atco" 1914 Car fare refunded wanted every where. to oat of town purchasers. EQUIPMENT Unil!ii.irGKg)OfcIlS Are BUU,Y EQUIPPED, Top. Wind. shield.EIectricHorn.Generator.Tools. Pump, Xamps, Tube repair tit. CAPACITIES MIT KUtBQDDtL hi HALM REfEIVE THIS far 280 MISTERS FLlEIOeRTOJTRINfiCiUt GUARANTE KEISQJJOQJ1 OT zaimirjjBafcti! YEtt Are GUMUiTHB AMEWSA'S Fit SMC HKMST MKIlfCJttS. CM. IMS. 15M & 2fMIbs. (enettn)' fflLOfiUEn'aiflf 96 page illutrated T WORTH Mi Bwdeli ef "Alc" KeWt Can. Uk itowi 71 make OFFICES ANf SttfSRQOM From Illinois. Maroa, July, 27, 1914. North Des Moines, Aug 3, '14 Editor News: We have had some good rains As it has been quite awhile and the corn crop is looking fine. since I wrote a letter to the Mn Robert Page and family, News, I will try and tell some of of Campbellsville, visited Mr J W. L. Grady has one of the our Adair county friends of the and Mrs. J. P. Coffey last Satfinest peacock colts, that was different places we have Jived urday and Sunday. ever exhibited on our streets'. since leaving old Kentucky. When you see it you will be conMrs. J. F. Mills, who has been It has been nine years since I very sick for several months, is vinced. left Kentucky for the West. We some better. Mr. Moses Wooten, the n lived near Elida, New Mexico Mr. J. M. Woody has been merchant of Dirigo, was for six years, then moved down sick for several weeks. in our midst last Friday and re- season will to Carroll county, Mo. Alva and allow. Mr. J.,R. Sanders and daugh ports business very good at his As every thing is done with I were in the mill and feed busplace. ter, Mrs. Will Jones, visited relriding implements, it is much iness in Bogard for two years. atives at Knifley and in Taylor ' The Adair County Spoke Co., easier than the way it is done We had a fine trade but had to county last week. is getting along nicely with their back there, but after all sell out on account of bad health. there is Mr. J. M. Campbell and son, business here and if they con- no place like home. All can say Mother and I went to Florida tinue for the next thirty days as what they want to about Illinois last February for our health, but Robert, of Little Rock, Ark., are visiting relatives here this week. they have for the past thirty, but she is not what one would found it to be a very sickly Mr. Z. T. Campbell, wife and they will have all of their pres- think her to be. place. Nearly every body ent stock ready for the market. We have only had rain enough around Florida Gity were having little son, of. Elida, New Mexico, Our people will be glad when to lay the dust since the middle chills. We were over in the are visiting Mr. and Mr3. Z T. Pelley. they get ready to receive spokes part of April. Everything looks Central West of the State, about again, for there is a lot timber like now to Sam Jones, Hiram and J. T. be a failure unless eighty miles North of Tampa. I in this part of the county that there is rain in a few days, as believe it was eighteen miles Lemmon all left for Indiana to will be put on the market- - this corn is beginning from the coast. Florida hasn't begone for several weeks list to burn. ' any soil just one big pile of Thursday. fall. As this is my first attempt to Mr. Jerry Cravens happened Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shirley write to the public, will close white sand. They use from 200 to 1,500 pounds of fertilizer to to a very bad accident last Satand Messrs. D. A. Grady, Jo hoping that these few lines es Yates and Frank Wheeler, of cape the waste basket. lam grow vegetables. The spring urday, while running after a hog;. was so dry most of the oranges He ran against a wire that was McGregor, Tex., formerly of this yours very sincerely, had fallen off. We were almost atttached to a tree and wire community, are spending a few Harry H. Allen. surrounded by lake3, Lake Opop-k- a fence, cutting his mouth very weeks with their many friends being the largest, which was bad and knocking out some of and relatives in this community Rugby. 35 miles long. The lakes - were his teeth. He was found in an at this time. They are all and are in the best of Bob Simpson lost a valuable full of different kinds of fish, so unconscious state by some of his health. They report the Adair cow last week. Was killed by I had fine sport fishing when I neighbors. His wounds are not felt well enongh to go. I saw' thought to be dangerous, and it Gounty 'people that are located lightning. one large alligator in- - the lake is hoped he will be out in a . arouna McGregor doing well and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Harvey and a number of small ones: have plenty of everything that have been visiting in this neigh People were there from most of Mr. .Frank Propes was very it takes to make life happy. borhood this week. the Southern States, but many sick a few days of last week. Mr. P. H. Keltner, who has large crowd at of them were anxious to get There was Mr. Oscar Cumingham and charge of working our public the singing at Harrod's Fork, away. We were there four wife, of Casey county, visited roads, is fixing them up to date. months, and I was certainly glad last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cumingham's parents here We are glad to say that we have to leave. We are now up in ' the right man in the place and Eli Rossen is going to fence his northeast New Mexico in the Sunday. Miss SalliejPelley has returned he is going to see that the hands farm, as he has 30 bales of wov- mountains, having 'left Florida from a visit of several weeks in all work, and it will be only a en wire and 13 spools of barb June 29. We had a long trip, question of time until we have wire. but a very pleasant one, coming Oklahoma. better roads in this "part of the The writer ha.3 the finest pros by Nashville, Kansas City and Mr. Gran Crockett sold a tract county. pect for a good school he has ev Trinidad, Colorado. After run of land last week to parties-iVirginia through the land agents ning into Kansas about all we of this place. The annual reunion of the old er had. soldiers that convened last ThursWe have two threshers in our saw was big wheat fields for From Bowling. Green. day and Friday, near Weed, was neighborhood this week. miles and miles, some of them very largely attended. It .was Mrs. Sarah Pudge, who has having a thousand acres in the Editor News: quite an enjoyable occasion by been on Reports from health officers in the sick list, is better. field. every one present and. especially widely scattered sections oft the J." M. and Freeman I like this narh of Naw Movi State indicate1 a large the old soldiers. Rev. Payne, of Messrs. increase Shives have been quite sick, ior health. I am feeling.so much in the number of cases of Pella- the M. E. church, preached in well-knowlook-ing.well few-daysn and relatives in Russell county. Miss Ora Moss spent several days of last week in Columbia. Mr. S. A. Harper, who has been on the sick list for several weeks, does not improve fast. Editor News: After reading the good old Adair County News, and thinking of the many friends I have left behind, will attempt to write a small sketch as to how people farm in Illinois. First the ground that is to be planted in corn must be cut with a disk, so as to form a seed bed or mulch, before it is plowed. Then the harrow is started, which is followed by the planter. After all is planted the roller and harrow are run over it as a part of cultivation. The corn is then plowed from three to four times, as the better. I could not breathe gooi for several days, it being 6621 ft high here. I go up the mountains every, few days, but have never got to the top of them. We will be here for several weeks then will go to Elida to make our home. Has been raining most every day since coming here and (Aug. 3rd) has I had to put the Several from this place were windows down and shut the in Columbia last Tuesday to hear doors. Why don't some one Gov. Beckham. write to the News from Glens- The recent rains are making fork?, Would be glad to read a corn grow, and from the looks letter from there every week. of crops now, I am inclined to You will please find enclosed believe that it will be but a short one dollar to keep the Nevs comtime until cornwill drop to 50 ing another year. Yours very Truly, cents per bushel or less. Dolphus Burbridge. to-da- y Q$$&$ to-da- y. HN0X$ Let Us Reason Together Was a Wise Old Saying and thar is exacty what 1 want us to do I want every FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is not the pface for ou to bniir or ship jour WOOL to jret the beat VALFE for it Now iT ou don't want your Wool Manufactured, I wiii ua wu i he HEST HOME MARKET PRICE, fori need every pound of Voci I can yet I am trying to represent the old fashiond Koods like our moi Jieis used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets. Flannels, Llncy, Jeans. Yarnes, Etc Let me hear from your Wool f 3 been-socol- d, this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail ant where. Farmers Woolen Mills, $ P. O. Jamestown. Ky. E. L. BEECE, M$r. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. S S X4X 3Xh&$ &$$ &$$ Prti. J. B. C0CKF, V. From New Mexico. Pellylon. 0. G. DARDWiCN, ?fti. J 9. B. BIETZMAN. iec W. XPyne Mill & PTj RUSHED !85l - Supply Co. CQACHINISTS ISM8P6BATE0 1889 MfliUWRICHTS EALRS'-!N ENGINES. EOfLERS, SAW MLIS. GRtST MILLS, FEED MILLS rW TH'ffTeeNTfHAftlN. LOLHSVILLe SMOKESTACKS S"nai -- f.ti ind Ian!; .;. SHIS mW HDfi V:S 11 .1 I II1.1 M si,, l(lJ-- U " 63nflEIKH Machinery Repaired- - ,M Mncis V- of - SAVE MONEY ON FENCING 1 COM A Splendid. 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