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Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of More-heaRowan county, who conducted the institute, is a lady of rare intelligence, and an untiring educational worker. She is the originator of Moonlight Schools in the Mountains of Kentucky, and Wsdnesday evening, at the court house, she told most entertainingly of the progress of education in the mountainous section of d, nmm 42. ,ji "J Selling Some Coffee. Resolutions. We, the teachers of Adair county, in Institute assembled, Resolve: Death of a Former Citizen. Bogalusa, La , Aug. hi, 1914. Editor Adair County News: Kindly announce in the columns of " h S C. Neat, who represents Otter & at 6 o'clock Co., of Louisville, Ky., has just inFor Democratic nomination for Last Saturday afternoon, Judge of the Court of Appeals, Third Mr. Ernest Flowers and Miss Eliza- formed this office that he lias sold Appellate district: and highly through his firm during the last four beth Holladay, pounds of Thompson & Tay Hobson respected couple of near Columbia, las 3,460 Hurt lor brands of roasted coffee. were married in the parlors of the ... 213 1,894 Hardin Thompson & Taylor are one among Walnut street Baptist church, LouisBullitt 168 .709 ville. Dr. H. D. Winburn, pastor of the largest Coffee Roaster in Chicago, Nelson 773 1,010 the Church officiated, pronouncing a and their leading brands of coffee are: Washington 262 532 n Marion Spencer Larue ... .. Hart Green. . Taylor Adair Metcalfe Barren Clinton Wayne Russell McCreary Casey Shelby Oldham Anderson Pulaski f Cumberland Totals .Majority for Hurt 891 323 543 621 362 654 1,201 803 1,373 141 651 435 97 509 LjlSG 351 445 415 346 71 135 23 40 .660 41 152 27 69 41 907 549 592 300 10 solemn and very impressive cerem my. The attendants were Mr. Ray Flowers, brother of the groom, aud Miss Mabel Conover, cousin of the bride Immediately after the rites were solemnized the wedding party went to the Henry Watterson Hotel and will return to Columbia this (Tuesday) afternoon aud will soon take up their residence on the croom'a. farm, a few miles from town with all CoThe News, lumbia, extends their best wishes to this verj deserving and popular couple, trusting that they may live long, hapto-geth- 310 308 700 349 13,148 piness reigning supreme. Wanted. That we appreciate the efforts and splended work of Superintendent Huffaker, Mrs-- Cora Wilson Stewart, Miss Cornell, and others in making this the best Institute ever held in Adair county. Diamond A., That we are exceedingly greatf ul for B., Diamond the excellent addresses of highly educational value gived by Prof. M. C. Diamond C, No. 33, Ford, Dr. J. S. Lock, Prof. V. O Gilbert?, Profs. R. R. Moss and W. M. WilNo. X B., son, Dr. U. L. Taylor and others No. 20, That we heartily appreciate one of No. 10, Morning Cup, in 1 pound cans. the honest, earnest, persistent and ef One pound can, Breakfast Delight, a fective efforts of our worthy Superintendent to further the cause of educa-tion'i- n Steel Cut. Adair county. Given her- - below is only partially a That we heartily endorse the work of merchants' names, who handle list our brands of coffee, and they can sup- done by Dr. U. L. Taylor in facilitating health and sanitation in Adair ply your needs in the coffee line: county through the public schools. Ky. Gill & Waggeuer. Columbia, That we appreciate the kindness of J. F. Patteson, Columbia, Ky. VV the proprietors of the Lindsey-TVilso- n I. Ingram, Columbia, Ky. Training School for the use of their Cundiff & Butler, Columbia, Ky chapel room in which to hold this InGarrison Bros . Columbia, Ky. J. W this State, due to the moonlight schools. She recited instances where men and women seventy-fiv- e and eighty years old, who had entered the schools and were now reading and writing. Mrs. Stewart is firmly of the opinion that the inauguration of the moonlight schools will in a short time drive illiteracy from our State. The middle aged and old people who attend the schools people who coufd not read nor write before entering, are taking great interest, do not consider it a hardship after working all day to remain in the school room several hours after supper. The instructors are the common school teachers and they give their services free and take great interest in the work. Much credit is due Mrs. Stewart from the people bt Kentucky for starting the movement, and those who are receiving the greatest benefit will always have a warm place in their bosoms for the p ride of the mountains, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. your paper to his many friends and relatives the death of J. R. (Jack) Robinson, suddenly at this place ou the 12th, inst. He was past sixty years of age and was born and reared in the Green river section of Adair county, near old Neatsville. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. T. L. Dunbar, of Billings, Okla., and Mrs. J. A Purvis, of San Antonio, Texas, and one son, R. L. Robinson, with whom he was living at the time of his death. You may also say to his friends and relatives that his body wa3 properly laid away in the cemetery here and that his grave was covered with Sowers, bespeaking the high esteem in which he was held far from his Old Kentucky home. He was a brother of Mrs. Sam Dararon, Linnie, Ky.; Mrs. Elijah Hazard, Campbellsville, Ky.; air. 9,066 4,032. Birthday Dinner. Friday, August 11, '14 the Rev. Ma riou Autle passed his fiftieth mile post, and a number of the good ladies of the neighborhood joined his faithful wife and daughters in preparing a dinner that made all present happy, the inner man being satisfied to the limit, with a lot. of good things left, which Brother Antle handed out to tlje passersby and strangers, as well as acquaintances. Brother Antle was 4ate,in finding out what was going on, l ICOl UUUCl but was certainly happy. Tlinco nc. UJ ....... .. ... UU11KC1U1U1W uv u..it-" mal.-.n. o.irl Vicklr, n -- "uevc Wrt ent were: Mr. and Mrs J. P. Beard j 'ij gieau ouiooo. and sou, Mr. and Mrs. C Phplt I tne next issue oi wie paper a in ham, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Frankum, will be printed. This will also two sons and little daughter, Mr. and be printed agaiu in the near future, Mrs. L. B. Hurt. Mrs Mary Farlee, with the prizes that are of Misses Battle and Georgia Smith, fered for each event. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Antle. Miss Mirmin Ingram, Miss Ira Coffey, Miss Olive. Look-f- or Sale. Coaover. Mr. Sell Bennett and Mr I yu ivumey, waiiace uoiiey. All went One hundred and forty acres of rich, away wishing Bro. Antle many-mornew tobacco' land with improvements happy birthdays. and seeding privileges. Price, $3,500 A Neighbor. T. W. Caldwell, Address, a-- At once a Traveling Salesman to W. R Hutchibon, Cane Valley. Ky. sell groceries, drugs and notions. A F Hutchison, Cdne Vallej, Ky. 42-- It E L. Sinclair. J. R Smith, Cane Valle., Ky. W. W. Kirtley, Joppa, Ky. Rally Planned. Barger & Willis, Joppa, Kj. Big School Coomer & Goweu, Sparksville. Ivy.-I). M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. At the Teachers' Institute, a big Buy a pound of eiiher brand menschool rallv was planned for October tioned abov-- and you will use no 30th. All the teachers and schools of j other. 42-lthe county will take part iu this and ! it will doubtless be one of the biggest j events ever pulled off in tiiis county, and should bring one of the largest crowds to Columbia ever seen in town. It will be a great thing for the schools of the countv and our town, and will bi cluraba LeJ & -e Sublett& Bro , Cane Valley, Ky. stitute. That we regret that so few trustees were present on Trustee Day to hear the splendid addresses offered for their special benefit and that we make greater efforts in the future to sec j re a full attendance of trustees at ou In-- - Ky.: Mr. S. R. Robinson, Tulsa, Okla. Thanking you in advance, his son, R. L. Robinson. Edrington-Dillinpam. W. T. Robinson, Campbellsville t. we recognize the high grade of woik done by the Columbia Graded and High School and pledge to it our loyal support. stitute. That ?' fr --- 1 1 o -- HiBHI9Hl WSmm,- fillip - pru-gra- m -- BFctKv5BI fe. ' JJMBBIBfl aP . - if JSI e4 The Adair County Teachers' Institute closed last Friday at noon. Resolutions adopted by the body are published in this week's paper. It is said to have been one of the most profitable institutes ever held in the county. All the teachers speak in glowing terms of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, who was the conductor, and class her as an educator, a pleasing and instructive speaker. Her methods will become popular and there is not a doubt but she advanced the cause of education in coming to Adair county. Her coming will probably start moon light schools in the county. up-to-da- te 41-t- f. i McKinney, Ky. - - The trustees of Educational Division No. I will meet at Cane Valley, Aug. 21st at 10 o'clock A. M , for the purpose of electing a chairman and Secre- That we, realizing the inestimable Training worth of the Lindsey-Wilso- u School to the teaching fraternity of this county and to the cause of education in this part of the State heartily commend its work and glory in its splendid prospect for advancement. That we heartily endorse the excellent work of our two State Normal Schools and the State University. That we approve of the Moonlight School movement and that we will do what we can to obliterate adult illitFor Sale. eracy in Adair county. The following is the amount of taxThat we will do what we can to es paid in Adair county for 1914 by A good combined horse, very gentle make a success of the county school Magisterial precincts: safe for family use. Must be sold $4,745.32 RoleyandPellyton Fair and those to be held in the sever, within the next few dajs. ai Educational Divisions in the county Little Cake and White Oa,k 3,633.72 4l-- t. G. P. Smythe, 3,392.93 during the ensuing fall. Glenville aud Harmony Columbia, Ky. 3,260 59 That a copy of these resolutions be. Elroy aud Gradyville published in the Adair County News. 2.1S7.43 Milltown and Keltner For Sale. G. W. Turnc. ) 4,750.14 Cane Valley and Egypt V Committee R. G. Willis, East, West and South Co) J. V. Dudley. 11,143 41 lumbia A Jorsey heifer for sale. She is fresh. Stop! Look! Listen! Read! Total amount of taxes paid" Bruce Montgomery. $33,113 59 42 It. in county 42-tal two-year-old Mr. Claude Edriugton, of Cane Valley, a youug man n about Columbia, and Miss Bertha Dillingham, a popular young lady of Absher,. Adair county, went over to Jefferson-vill- e Mildew Preparation. Friday of last week where they were married. They started from Campbellsville, the young lady being Can be bought at T. G. Rasners & in the Son's. Shop, or at their residence. I engaged Shapira'ssales department of Mr. Ben store. The couple have been asked what will remove are now at the groom's home, Cane mUdew, ironrust and ink stains. I am now ready to aid you and can fur- Valley, where they are receiving theic nish you the remedy at a small price many friends. The groom is an inof 25 cents a bottle. For further in- dustrious young man and has for the last several years been prospering in formation see me or my wife. his business. The News-Journstates f. T. G Rasner. that Miss Dillingham was puite popular in Campbellsville. Taxes Paid in Adair County. well-know- tary for the ensuing, year. The 22nd day of Aug., trus- tees of Division No 2 will meet for the same purpose at Antioch on the The trustees of Division No. 3 will meet at Glenville on Aug. 24th, at 10 o'clock A. M., aud those of the 4th Division will meet at Little Cake on 10 o'clock A M at 10 o'clock A. M. Kgpj1 $r Si'' wmm For Sale. Oue four room frame residence and lot and one eight room brick residence aud lot in town of Columbia One stock of family aud fancy groceries and fixtures Also two good Jersey milk cows with young calves M. C. Winfrey. Columbia, Ky. 4l-2t Mr. Robert Wethingtou, who carried a car load of passengers to the Burkesville Fair, could not return over the road with his machine on'ac-couu- t of mud and rain. He, therefore, sold his automobile, hired a surrey ad returned with his load, reaching here Saturday morning at 2 o'clock . For Sale. . Aug 25th at Tne law requires every trustee to n Last Wednerday afternoon this be present and we must insist on the advocate of woman suffrage ad aw being obeyed. dressed a large audience in the Lindsey-Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. C. S. Wilson Chapel, urging that the Tuesday even-iu- ballot be given her sex in Kentucky. The social given last by Miss Victoria Hugheo, in honor She is an attractive speaker, and from of her visitors: Misses Nancy Logan, her standpoint made a strong arguKatherine Letcher, Margaret Hann, ment for the cause she represents. Many in the audience were especially Jane Letcher, Janville, Messrs. Jim Ga., aud Clem Johnston, Louis- pleased with her address, and it is ville, was a most enjoyable occasion. more than likely she enlisttd some of Nearly all the young people in town the sterner sex in her cause. There put in an appearance and the time for are quite a number of gentlemen in separation came entirely too soon Adair county who favo'r giving the There were games, music and refresh- vi omen the ballot: and with many prominent ladies all over the country ments. speaking for their cause, it would not 1 nave a number of bedsteads, ta- be surprising if they gained the goal bles, chairs, dressers, washstands, bed of their ambition some time within springs, mattresses, heating stoves the next few years Nine states have and other household furniture, which already voted for female suffrage. Mrs. I will sell cheap for cash. Firth is a Covington lady. well-knowg my-Norri- Mrs. Charles Frederick Firth, in. rubber tires on baby For Sale. Also mirrors and make new ones any size, Forty-fiv- e acres of land, lying any style. Come and see what size Dr. S. P Miller's farm, four and style you want. Don't let your from Columbia, under fence, engines run while out of shape, j. I am fruit, fine spring. here ready for a call and gone. F. C. Brase, Cairo, 111. R. : T. G. Rasner & Son. : t We put on buggies and e go-cartre-silv- Rev. J. S. Chandler closed a meeting at Clear Spring last Sunday. The near services were continued two weeks, miles aud a great deal of interest was manisome fested throughout. There were in 42-t- f. 40-2- Store Robbed. Base Bali Game. the largest number F D. of people since the Church was dedi-During the meeting there cated. were ten conversions and seven additions to the Methodist Church. Clinton We will pay 15 cents per dozen For Last Tuesday night a thief entered Jamestown defeated the fastto 7 recouuty team by a score of 11 of Kelsey & Hudson, in the eggs, this weeK. the store robbed the cash cently. Clinton did not score until Mill District, and Russell & Co. drawer of about sixteen or eighteen the eighth inning. Features of the 42-1- L dollars in money and two small checks. Entrance was gained from a side window. The payment of the checks has been stopped, and a line is on the guilty party. from various points in Kentucky and Teunessee were visiting in Columbia last week. As is the custom of the gallantry of the community, the young men and young ladies got busy and did every thing in their power to see that the visitors spent a delightful week. game were Kearns' fielding and ManaMr. Olander Collins, of Cumberland ger Abe Dunbar's hitting. Batteries for Jamestown, Kearns; for Clinton county, was iiere Monday and pur- county, Upchurch and Birchett. Fifteen or twenty young persons, 4l-3- t ? C It i I ;r You will loose money unless you get You know your watch will run when t. of Ball repairs it Be sure he gets the in on Ball's Riddance Sale. We have interviewed a number Murray Ball. t. Adair county farmers in the last week, job Murray Ball. all reporting bountiful crops. At one Cane Valley base ball team defeated time it looked like the drouth would We are ready for your work. We do J. J. Banks Dead. a Columbia made up nine last Friday destroy all vegetation, but the rains not al ov work to lie in our shop afternoon, on Lindsey-Wilso- n campus, came and now every body feels con- Anything you waut done, first call on seventeen to two. Some of the n tented, knowing that there will be a us. We do it now. Please keep us Mr. John J. Banks, who was a players were with the Columbia nine, large surplus of wheat and corn, the busy. We appreciate your patronage, Valley section, citizenvof Cane but the Cane Valley boys were in bet- largest crop of the former perhaps and want your work died last Friday. He was about sixty-fiv- e . ter trim for playing. T. G Rasner & Son. ever threshed in the county years old, and had been sick for several mouths. He leaves a wife. The Burkesville Fair Associatian Murry Ball has moved into the WilCount Stults informs The News The funeral services were held last closed a very successful meet last Fri- son & Gill stand, next door to News that the Directors of The Pea Ridge Saturday, a large circle of relatives day afternoon. Tbere was a good office where he will continue to repair Fair held a meeting a few evenings and friends attending. ago aud decided to give au exhibition show of stock, large attendance, per- watches and jewelry fit eyes, etc on Saturday the 5th of September. delightful music. fect order and are ready to T, G. Rasner & n Mr. W. W. Mitchell, who was a It will be held on a lot back of the furnish- you picture Son frames made to merchant of Greensburg, has heme of Mrs. Rosen tield. Mr. T. C. Faulkner is a thorough order. ..Come and see our moulding His liabilities in advertising. He is. a sur- - made an assignment Ar believer .. ,1 -J Wanted: Someone to can a lot of line, and, let us make your frames." veyor ana carries a smaii r,J.. in rne are placed at $12,000 and Mr. Mitchell ao." Ap- - 42-tNews, and he states that it abundant- thinks he will be abla to meet his in- snap beans for Lindsey-Wilso- u ply to Moss & Chandler for cans debtedness. ly pays him to do it. 41-- 3 1. ' children, wards of The demand for seating capacity at Lodge, N,o 96, returned to in Cumberland county Columbia The farmers Columbia is strictly a dry town arid say that the best crop of corn ever the Parlor Circle last Thursday night the Masonic Orphan's vHome, Louiswas so persistent, that the second by reason of its sobriety the county ville, l$at Friday. 7' grown in the history of the, county jail is ebdpty. ' ) show had to be given will be gathered this fall.' Tuning--, Regulating and repairing. You will have room to stand in my Born, to the wife of W. E. - Holla-daRubber Tires Put On and Guaran- organs. First-clas- s work new location. Call in. August 13, a sou, mother and pianos and W.-"" Goff Bros. Murray Ball. "J. Hicks, Columbla,Xy. nicely.Household Furniture for sale, cheap Practically new aud at a bargain. 40-tMrs. G. P. Smythe. f. 42-242-3well-know42-tfwell-knowf. The-Jackma- Junius Hancock. n y, -- r 24-t- f baby getting along - 39-t- f. 42-2- t. ' chased Mr. Hugh Richardson's residence, price private. He also bought Look for my two advertisements in from Goff Bros, the lot upon which a livery stable was burned two year this paper. ago. The lot joins the residence lot. Murray Ball, Jeweler 42 2t. Both are :n north corner of town, not. Dr. J. S. Lock, of Barbourville, who far from the square. was billed to lecture at the courtElds Williams and Young closed a house last Thursday night, failed to in time forthe appointment meeting at Cane Valley the first of reach here However, he came in at 12 o'clock the week. There was good interest all and lectured before the institute Fri- through the services which were day morning. His subject was PelThere were four additions , lagra and kindred diseases. He is one to the Church. of the leading physicians of the State and is doing much to stamp out this Miss Bess Shannou, who taught in years ago was o dreadful disease. the to a Mr. Burnes, in recently married Notice. the bride's home town, Franklin, Teniu If you want first class worn done will open one call at J. M. Kea rnes Machine and The Lindsay-Wilso- n Repair Shop. He has hired him a week from next Monday. first class Blacksmith to assist him All parties owing Ime accounts call in work. Give them a call. and settle at once. I need the money. J. F. Patteson. Pickett Chapel and Ozark teams met campus, last Summer Coughs are Dangerous. on the Lindsey-Wilso- n Saturday afternoon. Ozark was outSummer colds are dangerous. They classed, the game terminating 10 to 2 low vitality and often lead in favor of the former. A large crowd indicate to serious Throat and Lung Troubles,, witnessed the contest. ' Dr. King's including Consumption. There will be a school rally at New Discovery will relieve the cough house on August 28th. or cold promptly and prevent compliJoe Calhoun. Teacher. cations. It is soothing and antiseptic Revs. Q. P. Bush and C. Turner and makes you feel better at once.To commenced a. eries of meetings at delay Ss dangerous get a bottle of Salem, Taylor county, last Sunday. Dr. King's New Discovery at once Money back it not satisfied. 50c and See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky., Druggist. Paul! for Singer Sewing Machines and sup40-- t Ad. ' Drug Co. plies. well-attende- d. Lindsey-WUsonr.w- 39-4- t. . Con-cord'scho- ol ISLOO-bottlesatyo- r I 6 rX J Wv. Vfci,""' fe3 rV THE ADAIR OOUHTY NEWS Business Epigrams. no local option election on October 3, as originally planned by Confederate Pensions. ' The August Confederate penA dollar in the hand is worth the prohibitionists of Campbell county." This announcement sion distribution will run well $wo in the debit column. by the above $100,000. State Pension Faint advertiser never won was authoratively made Rev. T. W. Rainey, head of the Commissioner, W. J. Stone, has profits. fat An ounce of "now" is worth a pound of "bye and bye." A laugh in time save nine tomers. Business lies 2ome to roost. cus- campaign. 2.903 pensioners on the roll, but Bowling Geen, Ky. Causes 200 of these have died since among the incident to old age resulted in their pensions were allowed. "At the present death rate the death of Mrs. J. B. Crump, er hand, that same character of man is always happy in the thought that the majority should rule. A strong fight wjll be made against Gov. Beckham. It therefore bdhooves all good Democrats to get busy and organize this county so that she will stand top-notche- Special All Notice rs in Nov-be- r. Persons Who Are Behind He who hesitates is bossed. always come The royal road to business success is "value for monsy receiv- ed." A clerk on time save3 hunting aine jobs. Late payments failures. make early Keep your health if you would Meep your business. An ounce of good judgment is worth a pound of good nerve. No business rises above its source if you are the source think this oven. aged 87 years, in her home near among the veterans," said ComBrownsville, Edmonson county. missioner Stone, "I believe we high-watShe is survived by her husband, have reached the mark and the deaths will pracwho i3 two years her junior. tically keep paoe with the addiHenderson, Ky. At a depth tions to the pension list from of 3,200 feet a nice vein of oil now on." was struck at Sebree in the test The act of 1914, amending the well that was being drilled by pension law to permit Confedthe Hawesville Oil & Gas Co. erate soldiers who ook the oath This well is supposed to be about of allegiance during the war a well. under dures and in fear of death, Bowling Green, - Ky. At a to secure pensions, has raised meeting of the City Board of difficult questions, and CommisEducation two contracts were sioner Stone is requiring proof let in connection with the work that the applicant took the oath on the new high school building under such circumstances. on Center street. "To do otherwise would be er 100-barr- Editor Joe Robinson's good paper, the Lancaster Record, another Stanley supporter, has the following to say about the primary. Ex-Govern- One Year on our Subscript tion Books Will have to Come off, Under el If business is dull don't grin Carlisle, Ky. one-ha- lf Nicholas coun- and bear it. grin and improve it. ty has just completed one and miles of the eight miles Laugh with your customers aever at them, The man who gets ahead at aight can never get ahead by day. When you cheat your customer out of a dollar you cheat your- self out of a hundred. of model road being built from Carlisle to the Bath county line, which is pronounced one of the best in the state. The second lap of the road was started at Miranda and the work is now toward this city. If you are unsuccessful be Frankfort.Ky. The Ohio Valley Fire & Marine Insurance Co,, 3ure you learn the reason. of Paducah, with a capital stock Honesty is the only policy of $250,000, was authorized to against business failure. do business in Kentucky by the You cannot do business on traState Insurance Department. Summer COnstipatiOn DangerOus. dition because tradition is lookConstipation in Summertime is more ing backward. unfair to those veterans who 'They fought it out, ' ' he said. must bring in proof to support their claims. To allow a veter; n who took the oath of allegiance during the war to come in here and, on his own mere affidavit that he verily believed he would be killed or die of starvation or disease when he took the oath, while those who fought through out the war or served their time in prisons are compelled to get up proof, would give those who took the oath a great advantage." It is never too late to amend. First Battle in The Air. btone age men went after Brussels. The first battle in things because that was the onthe air was fought near Nancy ly way they could get them. Too between a French aero plane and many present day business men a German dirigible. Every man fail to adopt stone age method?. engaged in the fight was killed. The man who can swim only According to the reports re Salf way across the river goes ceived here Roland Garros, under. So does the business French flyer, sighted a German man whose methods are only dirigible shortly after it had Half-wa- y right. crossed the border from The dirigible was an Remarkable Cure of Dysentery. enormous affair of the Zeppelin "L was attacked with dysentery type and was manned by 25 Gerabout July 15th, and used the doctors medicine and other remedies with no man soldiers. It is supposed to lelief, only getting worse all the time. have been sent up for scout duty I was unable to do anything and my from the German column which weight dropped from 145 to 125 pounds crossed the French f frontier at I suffered for about two months when Cirey. Garros, who had been liwas advised to use Chamberlain's scouting about the territory for Golic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. some time after news of the Ger Uused two bottles of it and it gave me permanent relief, writes B. W. man invasion was received, Hill, of Snow Hill, IsT. C. For sale by sighted the dirigible at a height Ad. of 1.000 feet. He drove his fleet Paul! Drug Co. Alsace-Lorraine. dangerous in the fall, winter or spring. The food you eat is often contaminated and is more likely to ferment in your stomach. Then you are apt to drink much cold water during the hot weather, thus injuring your stomach. Colic, Fever, Ptomaine Poisoning and other ills are natural rewill keep you well, sults. as it increases the Bile, the natural laxative, which rids the bowels of the congested poisonous waste. will make you feel better. Pleasant and effective. Take a dose Ad. 59c at Paull Drug Co. Po-Do-LPo-Do-L- ax to-nig- J. C. W. Beckham proved to be the choice of the majority of the Kentucky democrats in Saturday's primary for the senatorial nomination, long term. Characteristic of Kentucky elections the contest was spirited and the two leading candidates and their friends put up a great fight. Criticism for any democrat who was loyal to his choice is unjust and intolerable. Just as it is political dishonor for any democrat to participate in the primary and sulk when his man loses. We did what we could for the nomination of and are pleased at the splendid showing that he made in this county under the circumstances as well as in the entire state. But our man has lost in a primary that was perhaps not altogether fair, but not to the extent of changing the results as we observe it. We shall therefore, take pleasure in doing what we can to elect the successful aspirant to the Senate. Mr. Stanley, good democaat as he is and has always been, will use his great ability as a campaigner for the entire ticket. We see nothing on the political horizon save the triumphant election of Beckham and ' the entire ticket in November. or Mr.-Stanley the Law, if not Paid at once The Will Government $ Not carry Papers in thr More Mail for Parties who Owe than one Year ii. fl. JOfiBS Vataninary Surgeon and Dentlbt J! and Scotland in this way They can, by close application, ic a very short time be Able either lo rent a place and pay the money as rent, or, if they prefer, buy a small place to start ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N on their ownS Where Christianity Death. is Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky InfectiOn and Insect Bites DangerOus Mosquitoes, flies and other insects, 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 Stanley papers Strong for Becksome dread disease may result. It is ham. antiseptic and a few drops will neu- tralize the infection caused by insect bites or rusty nails. Sloan's Liniment The Danville Advocate, which disinfects Cuts, Bruises and Sores. vigorously supported Stanley in You cannot afford to be without it in the Senatorial race, takes the yourhorae Mouey back if not satisfied Only 25c. at Paull Drug Co. right view of the situation when it says Democrats in Danville Ad. Not only are all Christians rigr idly barred from Afghanistan, but any native7 converted to Christianity is instantly punished by death. Not long ago the present Amir summoned the services of a European specialist for treatment of a dangerous ab scess with which he was afflicted The service rendered was so successful that his majesty arranged with the government of India for a permanent European medical specialist at his capital, saya a consular report. Unfortunate ly, however, the first patient died on the operating table, and this caused immediate discontinuance of these services. It is a matter of common ' belief among medical authorities in India that this initial misfortune was due to an overdose of chloroform, deliberately administered to the patient by an assistant who wished to destroy the influence of the new Christian practitioner. Ears on Their Legs. Fairs f01914, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to usjany omissions or rections of dates: Hardinsburg, Aug. Shepherdsville, days. cor- 184 days. 184 Aug. Stanford, Aug. Lawrenceburg, days. 193 days. Aug. 19 4 Elizabethtown, days. Grayson, A.ug. Shelbyville. Aug. 253 294 days. Aug. 263 days. Frankfort, Sept. 14 days. Alexandria, bept. 1 5 days. Barboursville, Sept. 2 3 days. Tompkinsville, Sept. Hodgensville, Sept. Scottsville, Sept. 103 days. 24 days. 83 days. Farming on Shares. are still arguing over the Senatorial race as though the election had not been held. This should The methed of farming on be cut out. Beckham is the shares common in Ontario, has nominee, and the nominee will been quite successful. This monoplane straight at the dirigi- - need the support of a united par arises mainly from the labor Kentucky Brevities. ble. The huge gas bag exploded ty in November. Now is the scarcity, and' in some cases, from with a terrific detonation, fol- time for united action. Spread the fact that young men leave x Lancaster, Ky. The honey lowed by a burst of flame. The the salve of harmony and every their father's farms and go into cities to enter the professions, crop throughout this section is monoplane, hopelessly entangled body boost for Beckham. movine unsatisfactory to bee in the wreck, crashed with it to Every good democrat is now rienced men there from England handler?, the lack of white clov-e-r the earth, engulfed inflames and strong for Beckham. There is Consequently, many a farmer is blossoms being in part the without appearing to be able to one good thing about the Demo- prepared to make an arrangecause ' of the deficiency, One clear itself from the debris. crats of Boyle county they can ment wnereby the newcomer, if Garrard county farmer, who has Garro3 and the 25 German sol- fight like cats among themselves he is competent, is able to settle given considerable attention to diers were probably dead before and then unite and fight still at once upon a thriving farm; of implements of to bees,, reports that having as they struck the ground. All harder against the enemy. This have the use many as sixty hives he only ex- that could be recovered from the is as it should be. A man who stock, and share alike in the tracted of a pound fromforty-t$veo- f smouldering pile after the flames has not the face, of character to profits, he, of course, doing the Many excellent opportuthem. had been quenched was charred come out solidly for his choice is work. lacking somewhere. Ontheoth- - nities are opened up for expe- Newport,- Ky. "There will be fragments of flesh and bones. i - Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 146 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Sept 29- -5 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. Mr. David Fairchild, who has wooings with ears which are on hunted the world over for plants their forelegs. Being so music- of economic value, and intro- - al it would hardly be expected duced them into this country, that they would be such fighters has communicated some interest- among themselves, as they are ing facts about insects to our National Geographical Society, which has inturn given them to the public. He says the champion aeronaut is the king grasshopper, which has the ability to jump 100 times its length, and can sail for a thousand miles before the wind. The cricket is described as a powerful singer, its shrill note" some time being heard a mile away. The males alone are musical, and the females listen to the melodious cannibals, eating each other when there is not enough food at hand. The ants are described as communists, because the individual interest is merged in the community. Theirs is a female rights colony. The workers are females, the soldiers are females, the nurses are females, and there is one queen mother for them all, who lays all the eggs for the colony. The males are but mates for the young queens. The Christian Herald. " T r-e- .,.- -. kv I, f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Tobacco "Show - v at State More Taxes. 58 persons, both men and women, the guests of Miss Lula Pierce Saturday night. J. Barger filled his regular appointment at Shiloh Sunday. Prof. Hill and Cabell Bro. F. !N THE REALMS ' OF HORSE BREVITIES. Never back a mare that la heavy in foal, especially it the load is heavy or the ground muddy. Such a mare can do plenty of work in pulling ahead. If there were fewer whips in the world there would be fewer ugly horses. It costs a good deal of money to buy a satisfactory team. In most cases this can be avoided by the farmer raising his own. Oat straw that is free from mold makes an excellent winter forage for idle horses. AH the growth and thrift that can be encouraged and maintained during the first year of the colt's life insure a stronger and a better horse. If dusty hay is fed sprinkle with water, and It will. save the horse much annoyance, but better not feed it at all. TvTfT H I HI M ! I. ! M M Fair, The immediate effect of the European war on the" United States is found in the demand for gold in return for American securities and balancing of trade accounts, and in further loss to the treasury in customs receipts on European imports. The loss of gold has resulted in a strin-genc- y of the money market which the treasury is endeavoring to relieve by releasing a billion in currency; but the loss in revenue may result in the imposition of more taxes, as the government has no other source from which to recoup its finances. The administration is reluctant to impose taxes, and will, at first, The prospects of holding a splendid Tobacco Show at the Kentucky State Fair were never better. Those in charge of this Department have been encouraged by reason of the fact that quite a lot of tobacco Has been topped during the past ten days. This should give it plenty of time to thoroughly mature and be ready for exhibit by the 14th of September. The exhibit of old tobacco has always been a good one but the new exhibit has always been deficient in quantity. There is nothing that .will advertise your State and County more than a good tobacco show, and the Superintendent of the Tobacco Department of the State Fair, Mr. Evan S. Rees, of Springfield, Ky., stands ready at all times to advise with the farmers of the State relative to making entry and exhibit. Feeders May Go to 8 cents. Monte Fox of Danville who buys every year thousands of Friday Miss Lilly Ray Glenn, of Washington, D. C, spoke before the Institute fn the morning and again at night in on the subject; the court-hous- e "Woman and the Ballot." She also contributed to has been sent to Kentucky by tobacco has the shortage of cattle. Now Mrs. Medill McCormick, ChairLast fancy beeves for New York parties, says there is a great scarcity of beef cattle, and he would not be at all surprised to see "feeders" selling at eight cents a pound now that the rains have come and give good promise of grass and corn. For the unini tiated it may be stated that "feeders" are young which are Iput on feed and fat tened for the following year's market. Fancy beeves averaging 1,600 pounds or better are now bringing somewhere in the neighborhood of $8.40 per hundred pounds, which is a very substantial advance over the prices of a few years ago. Cattle on the hoof at 8.40 make sirloin stakes in New York cost about forty cents a pound at the butcher shop and about $2.65 on the swell hotel menus. Mr. Fox says that the low prices for beef cattle a few years ago led many farjners to quit feeding them and the stock ran down because so many cows and heifers went to the butchers. The breaking up of so much grass land for cattle resort probably to taxation of moneys as in the Spanish-Americawar. If this method should fail to produce sufficient revenue the government will be forced to increase import and internal revenue duties, the former most vheavily on luxuries and the latter on liquors and tobacco, and on proprietary medicines. The government cannot permit itself to be without sufficient revenue to meet any emergency that may arise. If more taxes are necessary the Admistration is determined that they shall fall on citizens best able to pay them. President Wilson is determined to go further and prohibit export of foodstuff if necessary to keep the poor people of the country from suffering. The policy of the Administrtion is to impose the burdens of government as equitably as possible. The n were enrolled as members. The suffragis'ts are raising a fund of $50, 000 for the campaign states, and all women who have gold or silver trinkles, a silver spoon or thimble, which they have hoarded, perhaps for years, are asked to offer them to be put into the "melting pot" to be melted into bullion and made into money by ".Uncle Sam" before lpeing sent to the campaign states. Send your gifts with thought for the childhood and young girlhood of our land being crushed by the enemy of greed, that the mother-wisdoof our country may express itself in wise, sane laws fot their protection. Mrs. Medill McCormick, Chairman of the "Melting Pot Fund," 1505 City Hall Square Bldg., Chicago, 111., will receive these gifts until Aug. m ROMANCE sang in the afternoon. The social at Mr. B. O. Hurt's Saturday night was well attend ed and all reported a nice time. Maiden Saved From Dire Fate bv Her Faithful Lover. Copyright by S. S. McClure company. That March afternoon as Zeb Taylor Our school is progressing very with pails suspended from a neck yoke uade his rounds of the sugar bush quietly under the management of Mr. Joe Calhoun. Mr John Anderson and son, of Louisville, are visiting at Mr. Albert Blair's this week. Ladder Bryant, who is teaching at Oak Grove, began teaching again Monday, after being out a week on account of sickness. Mr. Rev. J. S. Chandler began a series of meetings at Clear Springs last Sunday night. constituting or representing tho ahoy named interests." I was not in the conventioa hall when that resolution was introduced and read, and when I came in a wild scene of tumult and disorder existed. After I got to the Kentucky delegation, I was told that the resolution demanded the withdrawal from tin I convention of certain delegates. was opposed to such a summary and Irregular method of expelling delegates, even though those delegates were on the opposite side from my side in the issues before the conven tion. In the midst of the great confusion and noise, a poll was taken among the Kentucky delegates, and understanding that to be the effect of the resolution to expel those delegates, I voted against it, and am not ashamed of that vote cast under such conditions. The poll of our delegation showed that only 3 votes were for the resagainst it, including olution and 22 the vote of Governor McCreary, who Voted as I did, but about his vote Mr Stanley for some reason, makes no criticism. Shortly before the secretary of the convention called the roll of the states, Mr. Bryan himself withdrew the offensive part of the resolution, calling for the withdrawal of those delegates, and the resolution as amended was adopted by a vote of 883 for, to 201 against it. It therefore carried by an overwhelming majority, and In the excitement and confusion it was not considered necessary for Kentucky to change Its vote for it. Even all of the New York and Virginia votes, in whose delegations sat the delegates objected to, were cast for it. A consideration of the vote, therefore, shows that it did not signify the real sentiments of every delegate; or, in other words, indicate that all of those who voted for tLi resolution really favored it, or that all of those whose votes were recorded against it were against it. Favored Resolution. yoc will read that part of the resif olution which was adopted, you will remember that I not only favored ab solutely its purpose, but that both be fore the Kentucky state convention and in the national convention, I did everything I could U help the nomination of Woodrow Wilson, who was lot under obligations to J. Pierpont Morgan, Thomas F. Ryan, or August g Belmont, or to any of the interests, while Mr. Stanley was doing all he could ta help Mr. Clark apd I intend no reflection whatever upon that distinguished and worthy gentleman's democracy or integrity whom those men and theii associates were trying to nominate. Mr. Stanley was striving,- - for purposes of buncombe, to vote to unseat some of those delegates who were supporting th Kame candidate for president that he was supporting. That illustrates verj weli how little regard for consistency he has. But It is a waste of time to discuw fco trifling and absurd an attempt upon his part to raise an Issue about this matter. The people of Kentucky know too well that in all Questions of vital principles, I have unfaltering ! ly and without exception stood by Mr. Bryan, since he first became a national leader, and by Mr. Wilson since he first became a candidate for the presidency. But I must close. My candidacy for favor-seekin- 15th. Lincoln's Double. Elmer Loomis.of Girard, Kans. , bears the distinction of being the "double" of Abraham Lincoln, and has since he was a young boy. He is 80 years old now and a veteran of the Civil War. During the closing days of the conflict he was detailed as a nurse to Douglas hospital at Washington, and here Lincoln saw him often and spoke to him and smiled in his slow way, but never mentioned the similarity which was so apparent. Just before the close of the war Lincoln took Loomis to the White House for luncheon. The affair was brief, but nevertheless a fact, and Locmis bears that honor and memory as his most pre Mr. Loomis wears garments of "Lincoln style," and appears in them at national G. A. R. en- pos-sib- ly Grit. 1 keep on hands a full stock of cious possession. caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Promptrservice night or day Residence Phone 29, office Phone 98. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Ad coffins, Suffrage Meeting at Jamestown. campments. During the war be was a member of the One HunOhio dred and Seventy-sevent- h infantry. Now he is a retired farmer and is known to his neigh bors affectionately as "Uncle ' Abe." Costly Treatment. troubled with constipation and indigestion and spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and treatment," writes C. H. Hines, of Whitlock, Ark. "I went to a St. Louis hospital, also to a hospital in New Orleans, but no was effected. On returning home I that the prices are better the in- man of the Congressional Com- - began taking Chamberlain's Tablets, dustry will be stimulated but mittee of the National American and worked right along. I used them naturally it will take two or Woman Suffrage Association, and for some time and am now all right." Ad. is organizing both for congress-iona- l Sold by Paull Drug Co. "I was to empty the brimming troughs of sap and convey them to the barrels at the fire it all came back to him so forcibly that he seemed to be working in a dream. He had known Nellie Tompkins since childhood The two farmhouses stood close together, and the children had been Zeb and Nell to each other until he had become his father's "hired man" pnd she had put on long dresses. The old fsUs had looked upon it as a matter of course that the young couple would ijet married in due time. It was ODJy after the girl had been sent away to school and her letters to Zeb had been few and far between that ha awoke to the fear of losing her. Nell Tompkins at eighteen was a good looking, attractive girl, and Zeb realized that education and society would improve her still more. Other young men would be attracted, and he would stand no show. As Zeb reached the camp and emptied his buckets of sap into the barrels he lingered and thought of more recent sorrows. Nell Tompkins had returned from school two weeks before on a vacation. He had hastened over to the farmhouse in his working clothes to welcome her, and plainly she had been shocked.- - There was no warmth in her handshake, no love Ia her eyes. Even when he reappeared a night or two later in his Sunday best the had called him Mr. Taylor and had refused to remember how be had carried her on his back over mudholes and boosted her over fences. A change had come to blast all his hopes, and on bis road borne be made up his mind to face it like a man. While he mended the line fence be tween the two farms next morning he raised his voice in song so that Nell Tompkins might realize that he was not taking her conduct to heart, fcul his voice sounded like a crow's. WheD he met Farmer Tompkins he made s great pretense of being jolly, and h started a report that he was "stuck" on Abigail Spooner. Thus Zeb Taylor had tried to mak himself believe that he was getting the best of it. Night had come in the sugar bush. Zeb had eaten a cold supper while tha sap in the pan boiled and foamed and later on had cut up the wood to be used through the hours of darkuess. smoke Then he sat down on a loe and figure out how many paiia ol sirup would be the result of that run of sap. He intended to follow the sirup to the "sugar off" process and count up the pounds ofsugar. but his thoughts insensibly drifted away to Nell Tompkins, and for a long ten minutes ho was oblivious of his surroundings. Then he was suddenly called to life by the hoot of an owl. He could have suppressed the cold shivers inside of two minutes had not the hoot of the bird been followed by the scream of a woman. The sugat bush was a mile away from any house, and the voice of a woman in the dark woods weakened Zeb's knees and brought his heart into his throat. He was shaking with alarm when the owl hooted again, a hoot full of the direst peril, and again it was followed by the scream of a woman whose life was menaced. Zeb stopped only to grab up a club, and then he made a rush into the darkness. He had only fifty feet to go before discovering Neil Tompkins leaning up against the trunk of a tree. "You you here!"' gasped Zeb as he came to a halt. aud. oh. Zeb, the, bear cho bear!" she exclaimed as she held out her arms to him. "What bear? Where? When?" "He's just roared out twice, and yoc "Y-ye- s. SILAGE FOR SHEEP. Judiciously Used Ensilage Is a Cheaj-anValuable Feed. Accurate data regarding the value of silage in a ration for fattening sheep and lambs are scarce, but what there are indicate that it is useful, sayc Ellis Roll of the University of Nebraska. As far back as the early nineties the, Michigan experiment station fed some lambs on silage and othe? foodstuffs. The gist of their findings Is to the effect that a mixture Oi fodders composed largely of a goo quality of silage proved a cheap an successful ration for fattening lambs. The Iowa station at Ames made some comparative tests of dry haye, roots and silage as roughage in 1936 and 1007. In lots fed the first winter the silage cheapened the ration consul erably. During the second winter the various lots were fed for a long period, 1GS days, and the silage lot refused to eat much silage. They ate almost ar much grain and hay as the other lot did and the gain on these silage lambs was more expensive than was that with some of the other food combinations. But the average of the twe years was favorable to the use of Bllage as a means of cheapening the ration. The lambs from all lots .finished into market toppers, but th dressed carcasses showed the silage lambs a little superior on the hoot. Taking these few experiments thee Into consideration and also the general results which various feeders have obtained in practical work, it seems that silage has an important plaee among desirable and economical feeds for fattening sheep. It is my opinion that silage can bt fed to sheep with satisfactory results. The use of moldy or frozen silagemaj' cause trouble, but good, clean, bright silage can be used with excellent results, either as a succulent food for breeding ewes in winter or as a cheap Dut satisfactory and efficient roughage for fattening sheep and lambs. This opinion is based partially on oboarsa-Eonof flocks which have been "fed and partially on the experiments quoted above. The results to date point toward silage as a cheap and valuable feed for sheep. -s x RATION FOR EWES IN LAMB. Alfalfa Hay With Corn Makes an Excellent Winter Feed. Thousands of ewes carrying lambs are successfully fed in this country every wiVter with no other feed than good bright alfalfa hay, says the National Stockman. However, it will do no harm, and it may be well to give these ewes a light ration of corn ia addition to the hay, especially nsthey approach lambing time. If the are young they will do as well on the whole corn us if it is grouud. In a large sized flock, however, some ewes will not have the best of teeth, and it will be "ell to crack the com. but It should he coarse. Sheep like corn in this condition much better than the meal. Start with a quarter of a pound of corn per ewe per day or aven less and increase to a half ponnu as lambing time approaches. If the. ewes are westerns that have not tasted corn start with but a few grains per ewe daily until they learn to eat it. Give all the alfalfa hay they wili eat up clean. Supply plenty of fresh svater that is so clean you yourself ivould drink it. Give salt regularly, nd It would be advisabl to use good medicated salt. Free Hogs From Lke. Lice on hogs can be eradicated by ipplying along the back each has some crude oil. They can llso be killed by washing or dipping the hog in coal tar dips, several of hieh areata the market. The beds afcd litter? of pigs should always be clfen and fr-t from dust. A mangy, loufcy a healthy hog, and the fest and filtrt accumulating in the sho4 Jrhicb is left uncleaned supply ideal Conditions XV the development cf reaain and dis ease of the skin. The ejfcs of various internal parasites and Ike aw found In large numbers in tie 8ust and filth of the sleeping quartsrs fchich are left uncleaned and without IKing disinfect ed. As a result, tkess parasites increase rapidly and s$rerf .through the, whole herd. s hog-Ls-zio- -- you"- three years to replenish the breeding stock. Mr. Fox says that there are now scarcely any fancy beeves exported from this country, but fcthat a great deal of Argentine meat comes to the United States by way of London. This beef, he says, is not as good in quality as the domestic article and for that reason does not fabmpete with the home beef at the best home and hotels, but it is widely sold and undoubtedly keeps the price for the bluegrass and local suffrage work. She advocates giving the ballot to women on the ground that they are people; she argues that women are mentally as competent to vote as men and she thinks that women shonld have! more pride than to be content with being left in the company of idiots, imbeciles, lunatics, chinamen, and infants, before the law, for those are the people, including women, whom the law says cannot vote. . Craycrafi. We are having plenty of rain here at prdsent. the office of "United SNtes senator will be determined, not bf Mr. Daniel Grider has been wilful misrepresentatVmsthe unfair and of a reckless past week, but iroponent, but by ni conduct in the very sick for the pa.'t, by my record aa I man and as an official, and by my petition upon pm is better at this writing. 11c questions. In s;K;h a fight, with Miss Etta Bryant is visiting such elements of opvositon to me, I can not hope to escape calumny and relatives in Columbia this week. misrepresentation. $t I have such faith in the intelligence, fairness and Mrs. (j. L. Grider, of this patriotism of the people of Kentucky that I have no fear it the result, and J place, has been at the bedside ot I confidently plac my candidacy i.u hands. her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Had-le- theirnominated and If at RusselLSprings, the past sition, I shall assin y, . Before leaving for Monticello week, x steer down lower than it would Miss Glenn organized a county otherwise be. Misses, Willard and Ada Neat league for woman suffrage, and and Miss Reeda Chapman 'were elected to this poit and discharge its duties in no spn'It of vainglorious pride, but with a t:art and mind free from any embarrassing or Improper obligations, arid fevoted entirely to a faithful and effiewnt service of the people ofvmy Btatfi and of my country. "Yes, I heard him roar, but don't you afraid." said Zeb as he put his arm arouud her and gently walked her to the fire. The arm still encircled her as they sat down on the log together, and be asked: "Nell, did you start for anywhere and get lost?" "I I don't know," she half subded "I heard you were making sugar down heie all alone and that you were going to sugar off tonight." "Not quite so soon." "And I thought thought" "What did you think, Nell?" 'I thought if I came down you'd giv6 me some maple wax. on a white chip and that I would say that 1 was sorrj If I hurt your feelings the other night. "And you got last in theiwoods? queried Zebns his heart began to melt "I I guess so. It was awfully dark:" "And a bear growled at you?" "Such awful gravis! Oh. Zeb. I wa so glad to see yon! 1 might have been eaten alive!" Say. Neh. you are sorry, L'vt sorry, and what?" "Why. you'll go home with me. wau'i you?" "Yes. and what then?" ' "Why. if pa and ma haven't gone t bed and I don't think they haveyon might want to talk to 'em. you know." "Yes, I know." whispered Zeb as he lifted her face and kissed her. And then the sap In the pan boiled and foamed again, the fire crackled and snapppd. and the owl hhove their heads chuckled In his throat, and flew away to other fields, of romance. be "Y-e-- s. Horses Need EUercise. Be sure to give ecJ horse exercise every day in harness r yard, except of conrse, during Box stiite are the ideal ones, ad every staole should have several, t all events o& or two. On stormy days during winter Worses can be chaste to these boxec iBd given a chance BH)TearouHd. -- t sois. -- " " ",iL: - '; . ,4 ADAIR TBirADAlR"COBNTV- - NEWS COUNTY NEWS In; n frontier the race for United State's on the Franco-GermaJfHE Senator Beckbam.'official;ma6r-it- y extending from Luneville to Sarrebourg. Official announceover Stanley is 6,806. Fiblished Every Wednesday ment is made that Blamont, Cir-c- y BY THE -; Hon. Johnston Camden led the and Avricourt were County NewsvCompany. ticket in the late primary. His ftiilr after a Bavarian army Incorporated.)'' total vote in the State being corps was driven out. The retaking by the French of Thann, EDITOR. ttHAS. S. HARRIS made a in Alsace, is officially announced The Courier-Journnewspaper devoted to the inDemocratic terest 01 the City of Columbia and the people mistake in adding Judge Hurt's and the wounding of General Adair and ad jacent counties. vote, in the Appellate district. It Von Deimling, commander of the Army corps. e as sec-- s footed his total vote, 12,709. Fifteenth German Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. The French War Ministry preThe correct addition is 13,148 Subscription price ?1.00 per year. : Judge Hobson received 9,066 pares the public for a great bati tle, which will extend over a WED. AUG. 19, 1914 Votes Deduct Hobson's vote line more than 250 miles in from Hurt's leaves a majority length, and in which several for Adair's candidate 4,082. millions. of, men on either side CHANGES IN HIGHEST COURT. will be engaged. This battle One of the most remarkable line will extend from Basle to races made in the recent prima- Maastricht, and the people are ry was that of Judge Rollin Hurt, warned that at some points the of Adair county, who won the Germans may be successful, DEMOCRATIC TICKET.' Democratic nomination for while, it is added, at other points Judge of the Court of Appeals in the French will have an advanForTJ. S. Senator Long Term the Third district over Judge J. tage. It is also announced that HON J. C. W. BECKHAM, P. Hobson, of Hardin. Most of no definite details of the battle of Franklin County. the political wiseacres thought need be expected for at Jeast the race was close, but Judge eight days. For U. S. Senator Short Term Hurt carried every county in the Nothing is known of recent HON. J. N. CAMDEN, big district but five. The nom- operations - around the , Liege of Woodford County. ination is practically equivalent forts. to election ,and when Judge Hurt It is reported that Germany For Congress takes his seat on the bench of has sent a note to France and HON. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. the State's highest court on Jan Belgium through a neutral power uary 1 next he will make the. accusing these two countries of For Judge Courtof Appeals fourth new member or a change having organized a popular war ;' - in the personnel of a majority of against Germany and declaring hon rollin",hu;rt, of Adair County. the tribunal in a little over a that any Belgian or French priyear. The changes include vate citizen, not in. uniform, who Speaking of the result of the Judge Clem Nunn, of the First interferes with the German late primary, in the race for district, who succeded his father, troops, will be shot. Judge of the Court of Appeals, Judge T. J. Nunn, who resigned; The Washington Government TheOwensboro Inquirer makes Judge J. B. Hannah, of the Sixth has announced itself as opposed this editorial mention: "Judge dirtrict, who took the place of to the floating of loans in the Hobson's friends regret to see Judge J. M. Lassing, who quit United States, for the benefit of him go down in defeat, but they the bench, and Judge C. O. Tur- any of the belligerent Powers. Lave the consolation of knowing ner, of the Seventh district, who The United States Government that he was defeated by a man was elected to fill out the unex- also has notified the Powers- - of in every way worthy of the high pired term of Judge E. C. O'Rear Europe that it will regard as position to which he succeeds. who resigned in 1911. Louisville neutral ships chartered for the Judge Rollin Hurt is one of the Times. sole purpose of bringing back foremost lawyers at the KenAmericans and has asked those WILSON TO THE RESCDE. tucky bar. He is splendidly powers for a declaration on the equipped for his new duties and Washington, Aug. 13. Pres- subject. will make an enviable record as ident Wilson y directed AtThe Austrian warships are at a judge of the highest court in torney General McReynolds to Pola, the great Austrian fortress, the State." investigate recent increases in and the entir.e coast has been prices of foodstuffs and to take mined. All the counties in the State up the question whether any The United State's armered have reported and the official persons responsible can be pros- cruiser Tennessee, with millions count shows that former Gov ecuted. of dollars in gold aboard vfor the ernor Beckham, in the race for follow-in- g The President sent the relief of Americans in Europe, is United States Senator, received letter to the. Attorney Gen- due to arrive at Falmouth toa plurality over A. 0. Stanley of eral: day. 6,806 vbtes. Gov. Beckham re"The rapid and unwarranted ceived 72,677; Stanley, 65,871; increase in the prices of food- FOURTH DAY OF GREAT BATTLE. McCreary, 20,257. The successstuffs in this country upon the ful candidate also carried eighty-fiv- e pretext of the conditions exist- Fighting reported hottest near of the one hundred and ing in Europe is so serious and Diest and inside French frontwenty counties in the State, vital a matter that I take the tier opposite Metz, while genand eight out of the eleven Con-- , liberty of calling your attention eral contact extends more than gressional districts. 200 miles. German losses deto it. "I would be very much obliged clared 3,000 at Haelen. Hon. William Fish Cook is' London, Aug. 14. Fighting dead. He lived at Bowling Green if you would advise me whether and for many years he was a .there is, under existing law, any more or less severe is going on at a dozen points of concorrespondent of the Farmer's action which the Department of y Justice could take, either by way tact between the German and alHome Journal. His was "W. C.," and his let- of investigation or legal process, lied armies on the fourth day of extending ters were widely read. He was and what Federal legislation, if the great a native of Indiana and was 89 any, would, in your judgment, through Belgium and Northyears old. During his career he be justifiable and warrantable in eastern France. Indications point to an importserved Warren county twice in. the circumstances. "I feel that this is a matter ant development of the German the Legislature, and at one time ' was a leading politician of the which we cannot let pass by attack between Montmedy and State. without trying to serve the coun- Verdun, within the French frontry. Certainly the country tier. Advices tell of a massing The Louisville Post celebrated ought to be defended, if possi- of French batteries along this its 36th anniversary Monday of ble, against men who would take line, prepared to meet a moveIastweek by getting out an in- - advantage of such circumstances ment of the Germans in force. -dustrial edition of fifty pages, to increase the price of food and This battle front is opposite showing the great growth and the difficulties of living. Metz, the center in Lorraine of a enterprise of the city. The Post concentration of German troops. "Friendly yours, Although French reports on is growing in popularity day by (Signed) "Woodrow Wilson." day. the fighting in Belgium agree in LATEST WAR NEWS. asserting that the German, right Republican nomination Courier-Journa- l) For the (Sunday wing was repulsed with severe t " for United States Senator, long Definite. information has been loss atxtHaeleji. yesterday,. t term, A. E. Wilson's official ma- received of a strong offensive day's dispatches tell- of severe is 6,387. jority movement by the French, troops fighting before Diest, north and 73,-856.. al Post-offic- 1 west from Haelen. This shows that the German campaign to turn the allies' position is continued Dispatches from Brussels and Amsterdam agree that the German forces in Belgium are massing for a simultaneous attack on Louvairi and Namur with 250,000 men. These two cities are heavily fortified and and constitute the Belgian defense of Brussels and Antwerp. The Belgian aero corps is of inestimable value to the field forces. Every German move is anticipated. Streams of Belgian and German wounded are being taken to Bressels from the front Private houses are being turned into hospitals, and schoolhouses and meeting halls are also used. to-day. .''Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE u!oMPaEkag?dand RESULTS and 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. Bee Dee Healing Powder What "Bee Dee" Means Remedies generally lor sometime, we take pleasure in saying that they are giving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recom- After nslne the Bee Dee mend them. to-da- y iMcMOleri Be Dee STOCK 5 POULTRY MEDICINE Stock Farm. Waco. Texas. UNnYfENTTlTP Bee Dee Colic Remedy You can get them your dealer's. at P. B. 6 BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels The German losses at Haelen, Tirlemont, Neville-Tavieand Eghezee are declared by the War Office to have exceeded 10,000 in killed and wouded with more than 5,000 taken prisoners. The German commanding Gen- rs will buy nothing else butijjaifci neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you off, and is Silver' Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. j Kentucky Paint M'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market Sf. erals are not considering the human equation of their operations.- They are. sacrificing men like flies. Massed columns are LOUISVILLE, KY. being pushed forward every where in the effort to "feel out" the Belgian front and they have been mowed down like wheat by tKe Belgian rapid-fir- e guns. But the German advance is persisted in. Forced to retreat at one point the forward movement is renewed at another. The French arid British armies will take up the defense of Belgium after the first line of defense is penetrated as now seems certain. LIEGE FORTS STILL INTACT. He&dqimrfers For Watches, Jewelry, Kodaks, Flashlights, and Optical Goods. I will carry a more complete line than ever. If Service Price and Satisfaction is what you want, you will come to Headquarters. BALL'S Jewelry will stand the test. My 13 years of Continuous Watch and Jewelry Repairing, places me in a position to turn out the highest class of work possible. A continuation of your patronage is solicited. 1 to-da- Belgians say none has capitulated as was claimed in reports issued by Germans. Brussels, Aug. 14, (via Paris, 1:55, p. m.) It was officially announced here y that none of the Liege forts had capitulated, as had been stated in German reports. It was declared that the defenders had been instructed to blow up the forts rather than surrender. A rumor that an had been m&de on the life of King Albert was based on a slight accident to the royal automobile. Technical observers of the military operations of the last two days declare their opinion is confirmed that the German army is to-daat-tem- REPAIRING: 7 3S 3S Remember my new location, next door to News office. Look for the Sign. MURRAY BALL, The Jeweler, Columbia, Kentucky. IS 3 pt seeking to. reach the French border through the Southern part of the Belgian province of Brabant, crossing that section where the Plain of Waterloo is situated and forcing the Belgian army to retreat upon Antwerp FklDAY'S WAR NbWS. to-da- nom-de-plu- battle ( ' - over-Erns- t Developments in the war zone, which appears chiefly confined to Belgian territory, are made vague owing 4to the strict censorship over news relating to military movements. Positions occupied by the main French, Belgian and British forces are not permitted to be disclosed even approximately, so that their plan of campaign cannot be assumed. As to the German forces, indications from various sources point to the concentration of the body with its right wing in Belgium and its left wing in the Duchy of Luxemburg. The German staff is said to army have gathered twenty-si- x qorps .along the eastern frontier facing Belgium and France. Many of these troops probably fleet. are stationed in the great foralong tresses in the Rhine. ' One dispatch asserts the defense of Germany's Russian frontier has been left to armies made up of reserves. Although all of these are trained soldiers it would'seem natural to leave as a nucleus for their organization a considerable force from the ac tive army. The dispositions and strength of the French invaders in Alsace, where they are said to hold a long line within the German border, are kept rigidly secret. On the sea, the reported safe arrival in the Dardanelies of the German cruisers Goeben and Breslau has led to rumors of their probable dismantlement un til the end of the war. In the North Atlantic, although Rear Admiral Craddock has declared it "clear of German cruis- ,ers as far south as Trinidad,"" the French liner Rochambeau, which was to leave yesterday with French reservists, was held in New York by orders from France. In the North Sea, which the British Government says may be strewn with mines, the main squadrons of British battleships are still out, but their position is not publicly; known. Neither is fthe location of the main German Alsace-Lorraine Reports from Dover, at the eastern entrance to the English Channel, say heavy cannonading lasting an hour was heard this morning, coming from the direction of the North Sea. n The fleet, owing to the declaration of war by Great Britian together with that of Germany, is said tobe in the Adriatid, where it was recently occupied in blockading the Montenegrin coast. The British squadron in the Mediterrenean is strong and has the support there of almost the entire French fleet. Austro-Hungaria- J Belgian reports assert that a strong force of German cavalry, supported by infantry and after severe fighting Haslen, was thrown back toward Liege by a division of Belgian cavalry, with infantry and artillery. The German killed and wounded are said t nave numoerea tnree-nitn- s 0 the 5,000 men engaged, whil those of the Belgians are report ed "relatively light." The French Foreign Ministe denies a German report of th capture by Germans of a Frenc infantry regiment at Briey, ar-tille-ay, a-ro- Meurthe-et-Mosell- e, Swiss reports assert the Fran an battle before Muel nausen nave Deen so severf that the neighboring hospital ac 10 commodations proved, absolutely inadequate. Many Germans in Berlin hav placed 'their homes at the dispoe al of stranded Amerfcans. yf THE ADAIR COONTYNEWS 5. Personals, w Mrs. Wm. -- VS Nashville, Tenn., arrived last Saturday nigtit, to spend a Tew weeks with Telatiyes. Tr. U. L. Taylor 3eft Monday for Pinevflle,-to.a&no- ! a meeting. lotjMe eoarq or neaitrr state Coleman, :- -. Mr. Jliud Evans was here a few days ago. in I Muelhausen in Alsace was well carried out in the face of the A. G. Todd. fact that the opposing German Mr. V. O. Gilbert, Frankfort, was forces were in proportion to four here the first two days of the institute. Germans to one Frenchman. The Mr. C. K. Fleece, Campbellsville. German field artillery proved far was in Columbia a few days of last inferior tc that pf the French week. and their shrapnel seemed only Mr. D., T. Curd,, travelMr. J. F. Shaw is making Adair ing salesman, callepUo see the Colum- county this week, He spent Sunday indifferently well aimed." bia merchants and merchants out in in Columbia. TURNS DEFEAT TO VICTORY. the countyllast week. Miss Sarah Mullinix attended the Prof. X. W. Miller and wife, Paris, Aug. 13, (3:10, p. m.,) Burkesville Fair. in the relatives An official report of the fighting oounty. to-da- Mrs. E. E. Spiller, of Brady, Texas, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. A. Moss and two children, Greensbnrg, visited the familyof C. C. Breeding seveftiFaays this weeki.-- . " Mrs. D. Ward Denton is spending this week in Columbia. Mesdames Crit Smith, and Emma Pembertbn, Sherman, Texas, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sharp, Amandaville, arrived Monday, to visit at tlie home of Mr. J. W. Grasham. Mr. E, W. Shipley, of Elizabeth-spendin- g town, is a few days in Co- lumbia. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell will leave y for the Cincinnati mar- ket. Rev. Jesse M. Wells, of Mt. Vernon III., will arrive this (Tuesday) afternoon, to spend a week or two with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett. ', "The Germans are throwing up intrenchments all the. way to Liege, Huy, Marche and Houfa-iiz- e from the points on the fron tier region held by the" German cavalry. . "The German cavalry is moving eastward through the Ourthe. Valley. The French retreat from rf. Lindsey Wilson -A Training School I Safe Place to Put Your Children. T9 well-know- n Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ingram and son, Charles, came down from Russell between the French and GerProf. A. R.;Evaus, of Williamsburg, n, was here in thejinstitute, two days of Springs in their caraud spent the day mans in the vicinity cf Dr. S. P. Miller and family. With last week. north of Nancy, issued They were accompanied by Miss BerMr. and Mrs. D. H. Butler, of Louis says: ville, arrived last week for a ten day's tha Hatileld. "The fighting which started on stay with relatives. Mr. Velrner Antle, of Sulphur Messrs. W. H. Goff, .1. C. Strange, Springs, Texas, who visited his par- August 11 was continued on AugC. C. Breeding and lEdgar Harris at- ents at Russell Springs, was here Wed- ust 12 under thrilling conditions tended the Burkesville Fair last Thurs- nesday, en route home. He was accompanied by hisbrother, Mr. Clar- for the French. It may be sumday Friday. ence Antle and Mr. Levi Foley and med up as follows: Mrs. W.H. Edsell, of Louisville, is wife, who go to Texas, on a visit, "The first phase was an attack visitingiher mother, Mrs. P. "V. Messrs. Hugh and Frank Richard- on two French battalions by Gerson, A. S. Chewning, Sam Burdette, Mr. Frank Sinclair spent several Oma Barbee, Will Hancock, R F. man forces greatly superior in days of last week at Griffln Springs. Rowe, B. K. Young, W. H. Wilson, number. The two French batMr. Eli Dunbar, Jamestown, was in W. R. Goff and Master Ray Goff attalions ell back, but, beifig Columbia andlGradyville several days tended the!Burkesville Fair. of last week. during the night, as' Pont-A-Moussoto-da- y, Do-hone- 1. Boysand Girls are Under our personal care at all times. 2. 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,etc. Thorough courses. Our graduateslenter the best colleges and universities with- out 6. Good moral and religious influences but not sectarian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, Ex- y. pression, Voice, Art. Compare bur advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. For information address. ?i -- re-enfor- . r MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. . Miss Mary "Winfrey is visiting her amuition. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J S. SOON TJ INVOLVE MILLION MEN. "The French Stults, Campbellsville. the offensive well supportarrived last Thursday afternoon, ed by artillery. This counter atand is stopping at the home of Mr. M. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Cravens. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and tack caused the Germans to reG. Miss Mattie Elliott, of Elizabeth-tow- two hearses. Prompt service night or treat precipitately, leaving beLiocQl Agent for a former "teacher in Lindsey-Wilsohind them a large number of Residence, Phone 29, office is visiting Miss Katie Murrell day. Brand UprightPlayer Pianos killed, wounded and prisoners. and other friends in Columbia. Phone 98. (Strictly High Grade) The Germans abandoned a batVJ. F. Triptett, 1 yr Mr. Garnett Graves and his sou, LesCertain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee. lie, Campbellsville, were here and at- Ad Columbia. Ky. tery of artillery, three machine Take Supremacy. tended the institute Thursday. tone, action and durability because every part guns and several wagon loads of Inreceives careful, rigid scrutinizing inspection. Louis-yill- e, Misses Annie Faulkner, of I keep on hands a full stock of sumed Mrs. W. Lowe, n, u, Elkhorn Roller Mills RICE ELKHORiN, We have put bran tor wheat. in a , 45-- & ALLEN Battle line nearly 200 miles Mr. B. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, long and first clash results in was here Thursday. Mr. Z. T. Campbell, wife and little German repulse, according to unson, who have been visiting relatives confirmed dispatches from Bruin Adair county, left Monday mornsselsboth sides bringing heaviest ing for their home, Elida, K". M. artillery into action. Mr. Jo Russell came in the latter London, Aug. 13. The first part of last week, to spend a few days with his family. engagement of a general battle I Misses Minnie and Mary Triplett involving 1,000,000 men on eithleft Monday morning for the mount200-mil- e front ains of North Carolina, to remain un- er side, along a til frost. battallion of infantry and twelve in Louisville and Lexington. Mr. D. E. Hatcher and Mr. Jesse guns. Hatcher, Glasgow, spent Sunday in "The fourth cavalry division Sunday afternoon the Columbia. former entertained a crowd in front! is reported to be moving-towarof the hotel on Passed and Future Po- Jodoigne but no German infantry litical and Social Events. Masters Jas. Dixon and Dudley Wil- is known to be on the left bank liamson, of Lexington, spent last week of the Meuse except those above with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Paull. Mr. mentioned. and Mrs. Paull have no children and they were perfectly delighted with "A battallion of Germans is rethe youhg boys, who seemed to enjoy ported to be intrenched near every- minute of their stay. Vise. The Germans are plantMisses Edith and Cha"rlotta Allen and Master Riley Allen Visited their ing heavy batteries north of Liefe uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. and have constructed a tempora-r- v Watson, last week. Miss 'Edith is arailroad between Vise and ln.1 mlitln Cnnilnif QVkrl txrtflrA. .here attended the school at the Christ-- ; Hamburg parallel to the frontier iah church and was much pleased. 0f Limbure in the Netherlands, I More than 100 shells containing London, Aug. 13. The official enormous charges of explosives Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dudley, press bureau, in reviewing the paid their respects to the News weighing altogether 220 'pounds operations on the continent, inlast Friday afternoon. each, were fired from a battery Mrs. H. V. Denver suffered all last sists that the German attempts mctars of week with an abscess, caused from a to penetrate the French-Belgiadiseased tooth. at a distance of about six and line had uniformly failed. The r Mr. E. B. McLeau, a good shoe mau, miles. The total recalled to see Adair county merchants statement follows; sult of this avalanche of iron exlast week. engagement has occurred plosives was four killed and "An MissJeune McFarland was quite northwest of Hasselt between twelve wounded in the town." sick from last Friday until Monday. Belgian cavalry supported by a Mr. Ernest Harris spent last week Glen-ville, twenty-one-centimeter n one-quarte- Mrs. .1. V. White was quite sick several days of last week. Miss Cora Hogard left for Danville north-we- st of Liege, threatening a few days ago, at which place she will spend several weeks with her sis- the allies' position at Louvain. ter, Mrs. Shelby Oatts, before going to The reports state that 12,000 her schcol, Central City. engaged in this conMr. J. A. Wilmore returned to Lex- men were flict, about evenly divided beington last Friday. Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, tween Germans on one side and spent several days at the institute. French and Belgians on the other. Miss Kate Stephenson, of Roweua, nisnato.hPR from Brussels state visited Miss Jeunye McFarlaud last that the Germans were checked week and also friends at Grady ville. was convincingly Mrs. Ermine Wilson, Russell1 and tnen driven from their posi- - heavy-artillerSprings; visited Miss Mary Miller a tion, but there are no confirma- demonstrated during the bomfew days of last week. She and Miss tory reports. bardment o f PontA-MoussoMiller also visited friends at Grady-villy n. e. from north of Liege to Nancy, in Eastern France, took" place today at Hasselt, thirty-fiv- e miles troops follow up their advantage and on Wednesday a French battery surprised Baden, Dragoon. the Twenty-firs- t Regiment, while the men were dismounted. In a few minutes the regiment was destroyed. "The effect of this double success was immediately preceptible. Not only was the forward movement of the German troops stopped, but their columns tell back, closely followed by the French. In the course of th s pursuit, the Frecnh found on a hill and in neighboring villages many German soldiers who had been wounded in the fight on August 11. Nine German officers and 1,000 wounded men fell into the French hands as prisoners. "The poor quality of the projectiles used b y the German Then the Piano in its entirety is sevevely criticised by a corps of experts. If there's anything wronjr we intend to find it before you do. If we don't our warranty protects you. THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY Chicago; Cincinnati. Factories: Proprietors KENTUCKY.- - Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey Creek, Far and Exchanging flour an2 the purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchants HENRY W. DEPP, Will be permanently located in Columbia, after August 15. All Classes of Dental work done. Crown, Bridge, and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. i Also paying the Highest Cash Price for wheat. We are novy ready for business. Respectfully Yours, j RICE & ALLEN, Elkhorn, Ky. Office over M. C. Winfrey's Grocery as to the safety of trade routes through that sea, now that it seems certain that the German cruisers Goeben and BreslaU are out of action. Fertilizers YOU ARE WOR.KIN FOR BETTER FARMING, SO ARE WE. NAVAL STATUS IN MAZE. London, Aug. 13. The war of bethe nations of Europe came further regularized with to-da- y the formal declaration of war on Austria-Hungar- y by Great Britain The strength of the British fleet in the Mediterranean is unknown, ab no movements of warships have been made public since the first outbreak of hostilities. It is known, however, that France has the bulk of her fleet in the Mediterranean, so that no apprehension exists here The official press bureau here, describing y the disposition of British cruisers in the Atlantic and elsewhere, expressly urges traders of all nations doing business with Great Britain to send their cargoes confidently and boldly to sea in British or neutral ships' in all directions except the North Sea, where, owing to mines and the probability of naval operations, no guarantee can yet be given, although, as announced yesterday, passenger services are again running. In the field of land operations little change has occurred since yesterday It must be remembered in considering all the published reports of military operations that these dispatches emanate almost exclusively from the side of the allied French and Belgian armies. Nothing whatever comes from the German and Austrian side relating to military movements or dispositions and only occasionally a brief item, describing the result of past engagements, is made public from those quarters. The strict censorship exercised over the tthole field makes it difficult to estimate the value of the news received, to-da. Let's Get together and better acquainted. A. A. Quality Brands are as good as the Best and better than the Best. Plase do not buy your Fertilizers until you have seen our Local Agent, who will give you terms and prices, if we have none near you, write us we want good live Agents in all unoccupied territory, we can satisfy you .and we want your business. Be American Agricultural Chemical go, Incorporated Cincinnati, Ohio. County Agents: Sol McKinley, C. R. Hutchison, and Nell & Nell. R. W. Hurt The struggle for the possession of the Belgian forts surrounding j Local Market. To-day. Liege has recommenced and reEggs is ports of artillery and cavalry enHens .1, i0f gagements are taken as indicat ' ', ,. '. I . .'. .,. h ing the possible beginning of a! Chickens Cocks 8' ..;:... great battle on Belgian soil. ".. jQCf . The bulk of the German forces Turkeys ., . Geese , ;... is believed to be concentrated on 4 the frontier between Liege and Ducks..,.. rTSfi'v- - '. .""& the Duchy of Luxemburg.1 This Wool spring clipping;. V'ZfTl ' 22' Hides (grieeri)":. ?.::. '.:!.. , 12 leads to the conclusion that Germany's frontier facing Russia Feathers . 46;' can be only lightly guarded prob- Ginseng 50 v ably by newly organized armies Beeswax. . composed of reservists to the Yellow Root. ;.... 3 36 -- i s...."..'.'-.;.:'..fl-r- ; " colors. May Apple (per lb) V .'. " y ry 1 v 8 THEJADAIKC0I3NTY Rugby. W. NEWS PEPPERY COMPOSERS. Heaters of Music Who Had Nice Tern pers of Their Own. dflrE$TflK;ES. J. Bean was in Columbia How to be Certain of be-:om- es Even Id the presence of bis royal pspils Handel would sometimes fly Into most violent passions. "You forget yourself, Mr. Handel," a court attendant said reprovingly on ece such occasion. "You should show swre respect to her royal highness F 'Boyal highness I" snorted the musician contemptuously. 4,Bah! De respect Is due to me! There are many brincesses, but only one Handell" On another occasion, when George L sent a message summoning him to as interview, he returned this answer: "Dell his bajesty he bust wald. By tlbe is bore imbordant dan bis!" Viotti. the famous French musician f the eighteenth century, had aa equal contempt for royalty and an exaggerated opinion of himself, as the following story shows: One day he was summoned to Versailles to play before Mario Antoinette and the court The performance had begun; the opening bars of his favorite solo commanded breathless attention, when a cry last Wednesday.' John Preston and family visited Lawrence Harvey last Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday. George Akin Curing Constipation Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrisori, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, IIS W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a larpe bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- ng PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by very weak. visited at T. J.iJRossen's last was heard: "Place for Mgr. the Comte d'Artoter At the sonnd Viotti Immediately ceased playing, cast an Indignant At the writers school last Friday afternoon, we had a spelling, 32 recitations and a debate, Subject, Resolved, That the negro has been more cruelly treated than.the Indian. ' The affirmative won. We hadj 25 visitors and all reported a nice time. Mr. FrankCoomer is very low Prejudice Is a hard thins to overcome, sut where health la at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people lifters from yours, prejudice then your menace and you ought' to .ay It aside. This is said in the inter-j- st of people suffering from chronic constipation, and it is worthy of their I keep constantly on hands a.nice line ittentioR. opinion of legions of reliable In the American people the stubborn f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and constipation imaginable most be cured can by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup n ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but on over Cumberland Grocers Co., that account,do not doubtit its meritshMn or because has not blatantly advertised. It has sold very 'olumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it B. by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any siaer laxauve. Lo-atio- DR. KINC'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, HI. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. J. Jones. C. D. ; Crenshaw! VETERINARY SURGEON Daily Courier Journal $6.00 a Year Sunday (lance at his audience, placed bis violin under his arm and walked out the place-Whe- n Marie Antoinette once inquir- with an ulcerated stomach and paralysis. Later, he is dead. Herschel Williams and Willie Harvey, daughter of Squire Bill Harvey, were married last Sunday. Rev. George Breeding officiating. There is no better safeguard against Constipation causes sickness. Don't permit yourself to become illness Just take one dose Ad. constipated, as your system immedi- 25c. at Paull Drug Co. ately begins to absorb poison from the The Adair County News backed up waste matter. Use Dr King's New Life Pills aud keep well. One Dollar a Year. to-nigh- t. Special Attnetin to Ees progressing he answered, "Madame, It Sb nearly finished, and I assure you it wDI be superb," a conceit which waa rivaled by that of Meyerbeer, who. when a friend declared that if better could be composed than one of his rival operas he would dance on his head, answered, "If that is so I should advise you to start practicing at once, for I have just commenced the fourth act of The Huguenots." " Even Haydn, usually the most modest of men. showed at times that be liad as good an opinion of his own merits as any of his admirers. On one occasion, when a friend said to him of his "Salomon" symphonies, "Sir, I am strongly of opinion that you will never surpass these wonderful symphonies." he answered placidly, "No; I never mean to attempt the impossible!" any-thing ed of Gluck how his new opera was Courier - Journal Birdseve view ot our Plant 'J2I PiBtulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock Temoved from stables. LOCATION-NE- ,5 HB.Mh.AMAte.MMaiaA&iMMMA4a. AR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BWKSYILLE $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News State News Local News Market Reports Foreign News Politicai News of Joseph N H. Stone, w was well represented at the reunion at Weed last Thursday and Friday and all reported a good time. The meeting at this place conducted by Rev. Roach and Rowe, closed last 'Tuesday, with seven conversions! and the neighborhood greatly revived. There&are 88 trees, of different varieties, found' in this school district, as found by the IVThis neighborhood Attonev-At-La- J Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -. Jamstown, Kentucky ci Largest in Dixie" r g; p. smythe for CURIOUS CARD TRICK. Everything Odd Numbers, and the Explanation Is a Mystery. There is a puzzle which may be performed with any odd number of ob Jects, playing cards being usually employed, and which any one can do, but no one seems able to explain the reason for it. Let us suppose the number selected to be twenty-seve- n cards, although fifteen or twenty-on- e would do Just as welL After having them shuffled hold them In the left band face upward and then deal them face upward one at a time in three piles so that the fourth card comes on the first and the fifth on the top of the second and so on until you have three piles of nine cards each. Bequest any person who is watching you to make a silent note of any card he pleases, and when you have finished dealing to tell you In which pile the card lies. By picking up the three piles again one at a time as before, the noted card will reappear. Ask in which pile it came that time and place that pile In the middle as before. Upon dealing the cards Into three piles for the third time note carefully the card that comes in the middle of each pile. With twenty-seve- n there will be nine in each pile and the fifth will be the middle card. Now, when the person who selected the card names the pile in which his card comes you will know it was the middle card of that pile. With this knowledge In your possession you can finish the trick in any manner you please. This is only a statement of results, but what Is the explanation or reason for it? What is the rule that makes it always come out right, regardless of the number of objects used, so that it te odd? New York Sun. -- ft Deals With V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated PIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE for Everybody Are you interested in what is ;aking place day byday all over khe world ? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNAL. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN wholesale' I Joppa. If there is an!$agent in your Crops are looking fine here town giv.e hima trial order one since the rain.has set in. Pas- month Daily50'cents, with Suntures were never better than they day 75 cents. are now. IftherQ'is fEle cthc MB, a f no agent in your HOOFING t ?s i Made A New Man Of H?rv"I was suffcri'iefm j tiers :u ic 9RU- -. . w - Mrs. Lula Powell was visiting town give order to the paper in in Russell county last week. which this advertisement apMrs. Patsy Willis, of Disap- pears (you may get a special club- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. s :. stomach, heaa :. c r.v.k . . -- u . . r. A' T. Alston, Kaic-.fr!:- . liver andkidneys did nor wytn. i itjt.. but tour bottles ot i.lec:r'C made me feeJ J"ko :. a- - w u2 PRICE 50CTS. J.i ALL it fwaBGTii',,ir OVER 6 SIC.SES. pointment, visited Willis, last week. George Hurt were week on business. Mr. Rollin bing rate,) or send the order rect to the Courier-Journa- l. di- Mr. G. G. Reynolds and Mr. here last Mr. Forest Willis is getting in some good work on the road now. Ivan andJMarvin Cabbell are spending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. G. G. Rey PWEEKLY COUIER-JOI- U INAL has been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 2o"cents a year. ksik for a sample?copy. Courier-Journ- al Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 XPERIEKCE YEARS-- ' CO. zm ill I Ji rfe i 12-- 1 16 Eaat Mathet Street Between Firsthand Brook quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably pnlentable. Communication strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest acency for tecumis paten!.--. Patents taken through aiui.n A Co. receive tptcial notice, trlt nout cnarce. in ice Anyone sending a sketch end description may Designs Copyrights c. Trade Marks Company Where the Fault Lay. INCOKPORATED man tells of a friend nolds, at Ozark. edited, with more or less success, who Louisville, Ky. We are having'a fine school at a paper In a small town. That he was somewhat discouraged by the lack of interest shown In his journal was evi- Zionunder the management of denced by this notice which one afterBusiness Pho e 13 Miss.Mae Upton, who is a very tecidence Phone13 ll noon appeared on the editorial page: "Burglars entered our bouse last fineteacher. night To the everlasting shame of the community for whose welfare we have Mr. R. M. Cabbell visited Mr. labored, be it said, they got nothing." Harper's Magazine. A newspaper ereayaroaiD P handsomely illustrated weekly. 1 .' i a of any scientific Journal. year: four months, fl. Sola by all ncwj.,ioaiers. A -- Scientific America Ur-- cti fi j on HUNN & Co.364Broadwa'-Ne- w Office. (25 F U Washmston. I. C York flBBWfr" Vr . . i DR. J. N. MURRELL The Louisville Daily Herald Et rs Yes mmG - Woiii ? R Bewildered Him. Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g say, Weggie, I'm in an awful mess. Miss Smart means to sue me ed the reunion at Weed. for 'bweath of pwomlse' or somethin' up Stairs. howwid like that" Misses Mattie and Mary Young "Weally?" Columbia, "Yaas. 1 said 1 was awfully sowwy came in Friday to attend the Innot to ask her to mawwy me, but dad would cut me off if I did, and all she stitute. 1: said was, 'You needn't imagine I'm the v kind of a girl that accepts an apology Mr. R. C. Cabbell received a lor a man.' " New York Tribune. 1 Lucian Gadberry and family at Sparksville, the 7th, and attend- .DENTISTI And the R WV. Kentucky Adair County News One Year Each (..EH. fa SI . . a. ftjr &il ciril j ' FIib rv Athletic Vocalization. -Is a ventriloquist a person who ofBosworth, Mo., stating that throws his voice?" asked Mr, Lobrow Land Owners Attention. his brother, Ed Cabbell, had "So to speak." "Well, we've got one next door to us. dragged 300 yards by a cow T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do Sue hasn't thrown it 'yet, but she Is been giving it a terrible struggle." Wash- and dangerously hurt. your Surveying correctly. Ington Star. - letter from his brother, Frank, tirvejang Weil's AT Tonlo i For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short jjme. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to ' ' ttiis,,offiee. . .f-. . i 1 9 FOB SALt &L CRU6SISR i Mr. Bill Shrank From the Job. Angry Customer You certainly took melons are an execrable photograph of me. PhotographerBut, sir, my plates are sen- body listen. sitive ones. Baltimore American. very one learns from his own experience; the wise learn also from the ex orionce of others. Thompson's wateralmost ripe.. Every Mrs. Nan Collins was visiting, at Mr. Rollin PowelFs, this week. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Chargesjrea- - Bonable. Phone74 or write T. 0. Faulkner, Columbia , SOnlrVlr Backache. Headache Wct, Neuralgia, money cactii n iaus ioand re lour n1tTM TthAnmaHirra. SoreMnn- acho in any Iaupaiaa. 60ctime. All Druggists. A.t maple asd areolar KM on roqaeai. REMEDY COMPANY. part ot the body : L 342 East Haiti St., Lsxtagten. Ky. Ky. ' X THEIIADAIR'CO'UNTY NEWS v y HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foor Years of Ducwzrigiis I had gotten so weak I could not stand, At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cttdititfts, Krs. Bdbck GtTe UpiiDespair. HutaftJ Cum to Rescie. and I "gave up in despair. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should alL At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today." Ladles' Write soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory to: Chtttanooza Meiidne Co.. Special Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for re that, nothing seemed to do me any good. book, 'Homo Instructions n your case and Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. J6a During the first nine months of its operation, the Underwood tariff law yielded somewhat less revenue than the Payne law, slightly more than the Dingley law and one and a half times as much as the McKinley and Wilson laws. included nine months7 operation of the new tariff law, increased more thail June, which $80,000,000. How the Trouble Starts. Imports into the during the fiscal year ended in 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 sale by Ad. United States Paull Drug Co. The Daily Louisville ' Times News And The Adair s the County It best affernoon daily paper publishis Democratic, ed in Louisville. but Ogives all the general news. W"e When a man has suffered for severON al days with colic, diarrhoea or other I will drill wells in Adair and As there hasn't been anything form of bowel complaint and is fchen adjoining counties. See me be- in your paper from this place for cured sound and well by one or two How an American Consul Brought some time, will try and give you doses of Chamberlain.s Colic, Cholera fore- contracting. Latest' a Dictator to Terms. and Diarrhoea Remedy, as is often a few items t machinery of all kinds. the case, it is but natural that he Pump Repairing Done. Give Many of the farmers have should be enthusiastic in his praise of A THREAT AND A SURPRISEremedy, and especially is this the threshed their wheat and it is the me a Call. case of a severe attack vhen life is Tho Venezuelan Despot to Whom Unci turning out prettyjwell. threatened. Try it when in need of Sam's Official Had Issued a Comio Opera Ultimatum First Got on His remedy. It never fails. Sold The Cumberland County Fair such a High Horse and Then Stepped Down. by Paull Drug Co. Ad. is on this week and they are havA great many years ago Pall Hanna. was consul at La Gnayra, Venezuela, ing a large attendance. Resolutions. when a little revolution broke out. A. military martinet In command of tha All roads lead to the Burkes-vill- e town announced himself dictator and. The following resolutions were needing money to carry on his activiFair. ties, seized a bunch of American. Engadopted by the Glensfork Lodge, lish and German residents in the place Circuit court closed last week and locked them in the town JalL and the grand jury returned 106 No 528. They were Informed that they would Whereas, The Supreme Archi- be released when they had made cerindictments. In the case against tain cash contributions to the revoluSpears for killing Riley the ver- tect cf the Universe has seen fit tionary wai chest. Hanna was notified of the situation, dict was manslughter, and the in His infinite wisdom to call and. looking up the consulate and leaving an extra sized American flag flypenalty is from 2 to 21 years in from our midsttfto the Celestial ing, be matched np to the headquarLodge above, our brother, Zach ters of the dictator. the state penitentiary. "Mr. Dictator," said Hanna, "I note L. Samuels, who departed this tbat you bave locked up a number of G.'D. Parrish made Americans. Permit me to Introduce BRIGHTER, BETTER, life July 31st, 1914. We bow to myself as the American consul." trip to Wayne county last week. The dictator asked what interest that bigger than ever His will, knowing however mys- fact had for him. George Parrish is making week"It in tha that 1 am terious it may seem, He doeth name signifies government here demand THE REGULAR PRICE OF to of my ly trips from Burkesville to all things well. Therefore be it that these Americans be released Instantly." replied Hanna. THE LOUISVILLE TIME!. Burnside with his little boat Resolved, That in the death of "Can't do a thing for you," replied "Cora Lee." the general. "They've been told that Brother Zach L. Samuels, Glens- when they congb np they'll be tamed There must have been rain up IS A fork Lodge, No 528, F. & AM., loose." "They'll he turned loose without the Cumberland as it don't seem coughing and without delay," retorted has lost a true and faithful memHanna. "I desire, in the name of my to be falling any. IF YOU WiLL SEND YOUR 0RDH ber, his wife and children a kind government, to say that if the Americans and all the European citizens Corn is looking well now. The loving and devoted husband and whom you have locked up are not reTO US, YOU CAN GET rains of a few days ago put new father, the community at large leased by 6 o'clock this afternoon I shall proceed to shell the town." life in crops and gardens. "To shell what'll you shell it with?" a loyal and upright citizen. snorted thp dictator. "Why, yon Looks like we ought to have Resolved, That we extend to haven't an American ship within a thonsand miles, and you know it" plenty of watermelons, but not the bereaved family our heart"What 1 said." replied Hanna wlta frozen faced dignity, "was that if those many on the market so far. felt sympathy, in their hour of people are not released by 6 o'clock I'll shell the town." And be marched out The Brush creek nine played sad bereavement. again. Bakerton nine the two last SatResolved, That a copy of these Hanna knew perfectly well that there AND wasn't an American snip nearer than New Orleans, and he knew the dictator urdays and Bakerton came out resolutions be spread upon the knew it But he had something up his in the lead both times. minutes of the lodge, a copy sent sleeve. He went back to his office and waited patiently, meanwhile sending a The boys have been working to the family and a copy sent to clerk down to the water front to watch things. the roads some lately. Hope the Adair County News for pubThe day wore on to midafternoon.' Hanna was getting nervous. He must they will get them in good shape lication. make good somehow. At Inst bis messenger returned. John A. Jones. before bad weather. BOTH ONE YEAR "Two. British cruisers are coming Into the harbor, sir." he reported. Mr. Herman Staggs, of Burkes"I knew they were due today," reSummer Coughs are Dangerous. plied Hanna. "Now, you get word to ville, with Herman Bros., Lin-dau- er Summer colds are dangerous. They the commander about what we've done & Co., Nashville, and a indicate low vitality land often lead here and tell him it's very Important for him to come and see me." THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Mr. Potts, with J. S. Reevs3 & to serious Throat and Lung Troubles, At 5 o'clock that afternoon three very Impressive officers In the uniform o Dr, King's the British navy came ashore and the best afternoon paper prix including Consumption. Co., was here this week. New Discovery will relieve the cough marched straight to the American con- WELL DRILLER Bakerton. Good Reason for his Enthuiasm. WON HIS BLUFF im-yrov- ed - -- J. C. YATES THE L0UISVILL! TIMES FOR 1913 ng $5.00 YEAR. THE. ADAIR C0UNT1 NEWS THE L0UISVILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. ced anywhere. can furnish The Times and The Adah Has the best corps of corro pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p try for some time. sulate Drummers have been very or cold promptly and prevent compli- Hanna slouched out scarce in this part of the coun- cations. , It is soothing and antiseptic shook bands all round j County News both for 4.50 per year. fectly. Covers the general news 81 Special Notice! complete!?. Has the best and fullest mm and makes youjfeel better at once. To delay is daugerous get a bottle of ness is quiet. From the reading of the news Dr. King's New Disjovery at once Money backif not satisfied. 0c and papers it seems that the whole S1.00 bottles at your Druggist. Paull world will soon be at war. Drug Co. Ad. Mrs. D. S. Tally and her daugh- Guess busi- kets reports. ter, Miss Lorena, of Bonham, Texas, are visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Parrish, in Howards Bottom. Mr. V. F. Parrish made a flying trip to Glasgow this week. Poured Houses. Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. I DEMOCRATIC in politics bi An Australian invento, working on the suggestion offered by fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRiF AWAY. TI0N RIGHT IXEHSTT-AX- Mr. Henry Parrish and his aunt, Mrs. Hattie Tally, visited Mrs. Tally's sister, Mrs. G. T. Herriford, . at Columbia, last OF1ICE week. Duff Allen is threshing wheat in Clay Lick Bottom this week. .Wheat is turning out satisfacto Is making Special Sales at Special Dr. James Triplett DENTIST PA-TjrJ- L Prices. Hay Presses, Both Horse. OVER 3DR.UG- CO. - ry. Prof, Tom Pierce contemplates teaching a singing school at Holly Grove school house. Mr. W. A. Walthall says he will haye about 300 watermelons ready for. the market in about 20 days. C. D. Holland and Doc Fletcher are canvassing S. T. lrvin's 'Columbia, Ky." PBONB and Gasoline Engine Power. if j RES PHONE 20. OBMTICE r . .SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, 'l i4Six, Eight, and Mne Disc. before-buying. mam and Indigestion caused mo great distress for two years. I triea many things for relief, but got little help, till at last I found it 10. too best pills or medicine I over tried See or write him vtf H W DR. KING S i house preprratory to papering. Mr. Elmore Reneau has purchased the J. R. Needham farm mW 4"fc4"kSl m pg H jam r 2 : ATl I mbi.w,w.lnl4? 1 el Am W . t ftewLifePills C.T5. HaflBld.,Gnyan, W. Vi. iJOi'ILS Z.( ALL Uttl'iiGlSTS. in the gap between here and Burkesville. Edison's practice of constructing houses of liquid concrete poured into moulds erected for the purpose, has evened a successful application of this process suitable to Australian conditions. He calls it the mono-lyt- e process, and it differs from Mr. Edison's in several respects. Overworked. of his moulds being of He had carried a cue nine miles Instead around a billiard table and pushed a they are wood, and lawn mower once across his 30 by 20 steel oriron lawn. instead of being made so as only Then be collapsed. "Overwork." said the sympathetic to take successive layers of con- doctor and put him to bed. Cleveland crete, the moulds stand the full Plain Dealer Where the Soft Spot Was. height of the walls. The moulds Gladys Jack really ha3 a soft spot are made into panels, and can m his heart for me. Muriel How do says be jeadily moved from one site I ?ou kDOm- n na? Gladys-, j ....uuua v.ruw t to anpener ana usea repeaceaiy. Why. a man doesn't think with his heart The The inventor claims to be able to Dead. Judge. soft spot must he to his build a house in this way in a Not Satisfactory. day, and to have it complete and Betty Van Rocks Did you 'have a ready for occupation in 96 hours. satisfactory interview with papa? Jack This, in Sfact, has already been Brokeleigh Not very; he said- all he would give was his consent Boston " ' done, and it . is cheaper than Transcript. brick, and- almost as cheap as rei-ile- of his chair, and explained bis scrape. The naval man wanted to know how he could best serve the necessities of the moment "Just go back on shipboard and begin clearing those vessels for action in the most ostentatious way you can," replied Hanna. "I'll do the rest" As soon as the necessary time had alapsed to assure that these facts would have duly Impressed themselves on his dictatorship Hanna started for the palace again. He didn't have to wait for admittance. "Have the American and European prisoners been released?" he asked. "They have not yet," replied the dictator. "Then permit me to say that at 6 a'clock sharp, as I mentioned this morning. I begin shelling this town!" "Where's your American ships?" persisted the dictator. "The two British cruisers that have entered the harbor today are under my orders." the American consul, "and we'll biow you and your town off this coast bofore morning If you don't perform. Do you get It?" The dictator didn't know whether it was bluff or not. but at 5:59 o'clock tho prisoners were turned loose. Hanna got a promotion for the job. New York Sun. He. t .,- - - i '""S'V-'- wood. The greatest manris he who chooses right with" the moat Invincible resol. Hon. Seneca. W A. 8- - ' the;adair county news i N .' , daughter, of Edmonton, are1 Mr. John N, Squires is buying held in a long time in this secii spending this week with her calves through this and adjoin- tion. Nearly all the children daughter, Mrs. Eugene Nell, of ing counties. and grand children of the hostKew and Mrs. Christie from Metcalfe county our city. Mr. George Hood made a fly- - ess were there, and many others besides, numbering in the aglast week, whdre they had been Mr. Norman Morrison and ins: trip to Indiana last week. Visiting relatives. family, who have been citizens Mr John R. Cuncjiff was visit- -' gregate about sixty or seventy- Was a Wise Old Saying five people, all of whom left with We have had plenty of rain of our town for only two or three ing Mr. Hardin Cundiff, at Mt; auu tnau is tjiumy wuao x want us 10 ao J want every & satisfied appetites, and with good months, but have made many Pleasant, Saturday. FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is X jbr the past week. Everything wishes for the continued good uuu uiio yiuo iui jiuu lu uuug ut amy your huul to get uie D&D is looking fine in the way of veg- friends, and we regret that we VALUE for it."ow if you don't Jamestown. Wool Manufactured, I health of their hostess. have to report them moving back etation. pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every Q will W. G. Pickett, the successful to their former home at Columpound of Wool-- can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond Cane Valley. jv The brightest and most enjoybia. Mr. Morrison was engaged merchant of Pickett, was in our goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blank yj with the A.dair County Spoke able week of the year for Jamesmidst one day last week. er, cmuHBis, uiuuy, jeans, larnes, Bcc. L,et me near from your Mrs. Susie Kate Watson, of town, came to a close oh Friday Co , when in operation. Wool this season any way. Dr. Simons, the n Dallas, Texas, is visiting her Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. Mr. Robert Wethington spent afternoon, August 7th, when optician of Louisville, spent sevbrother, Ray Page, and sister, the annual Teachers' Institute Farmers Woolen Mills, eral days in our community last last Saturday and Sunday at adjourned. The week had been Mrs. 'Zella Van Hoy. E. L. REEGE, Mgr. Lebanon, and is spending a few week and had a fine business. P. O. Jamestown, Ky. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. Mrs. Effie Purdy and sister, days this week with his people one of pleasure and profit to Messrs. Lewis and Charles teachers and visitors. The in Mrs. Ella Glasscock, of Marion Clement3ville. Cabell, of Miami, were here one at structor this year was Prof. J.T. county, are visiting Mrs. Ray W. All of our school teachers, with day last week looking after lumCotton Noe, who is an able in- Page. quite a number of our other peober. structor, and is also a literary Willie Humphrey sold three U. G. HARDWiCt, Pres. J. B. COCKE, V. Pres.; 5 ple, attended the institute at . B. BIETZMAK. Sec Mrs. Mollie Diddle spent sev-arman. being' a poet of more than suckling calves to Golan Butler days of last week in Colum- Columbia last week. ordinary ability.' On Tuesday for $60. bia visiting relatives. night the annual spelling contest Russell Creek. Mrs. T. A. Furkin, who has for the gold medal took place. been real sick, is able to walk Several of our farmers have ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 sown and are sowing winter oats Most all the wheat has been There were quite a number of out a little. and rye at this time. threshed in this locality, and good spellers there, and the winRev. Williams and Young held DEALERS-Iner, Miss Miller, demonstrated a meeting at the Christian Mrs. Ermine Wilson, of Rus- there hasn't been such a bountiENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. conclusively that she was enti- church sell Springs, and Miss Mary ful crop in years. last week. They are GRST MILLS, FEED MILLS Wednesday both able men and have done Miller, of Columbia, were the Mrs. Fore Hood, who has been tled to the medal. 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOUTSVILL guest of Mrs. C. 0. Moss last visiting at Morrison Well, Taylor night the local lodge of the Yeo- - much good for our community. Friday. county, has returned home very men or America neia an ice Penick Smith left lor Texas SMOKESTACKS cream supper at the new I. 0. 0. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss much improved in health. with his nephew Frazer .Smith, F. hall. Thursday, the ball are on an extended visit with We have been blessed with last Tuesday. They will be gone game, and Thursday night a lecrelatives and friends in Indian- good rains for the last two about one month. Sheet Iron and Tank Work ture by a worker from the Rockapolis, Ind. -- ? weeks. v Revs. Capshaw and Allen are efeller Commission, illustrated Mr. Allen Rose, of iCeltner, Mr. Rollin Cundiff, of Columholding a meeting at the Methby stereopticon slides. was shaking hands with his bia, was visiting John Will and odist church this week. On Thursday of the Institute, JO B1NQ WORK SOLICITED many friends in our town last Ernest Cundiff last Saturday SisMMmSPmmkBr Sh Mr. Claud Edrington and Miss the baseball team from Snow, Friday. night and Sunday. Bertha Dillingham, of Absher, AH Kinds o! Machinery Repaired- Clinton county, journeyed 'to our Rev. L. R. Payne, of the M. Messrs. J. W. and Art Todd eloped to Jeffersonville last week city for the purpose of wrestling 2. church, will fill the pulpit at left for Springfield 111., last and were married. There were our hardwon baseball laurels the Methodist church, in our Monday. Luck to you boys. no objections by the parents, as from the brow of Jamestown. city, Wednesday night, the 19th. 3XXX they are both quite popular. Mr. John .R. Cundiff visited The going proved tougher than you want to hear a good If n his son, Now they are at home with Finis, at Cane Valley, they expected, and when the come out. their sleeves rolled up at work. last Thursday, and attended the ninth-innin- g smoke and din of Died, on the 14th, a very esti- meeting. We are sorry to state that our battle had cleared away and mable lady, Mrs. Wood Collins, Mr. Henry Squires, of Neats-bur- quieted, it was found that Snow old neighbor and friend, J. J. with a complication of diseases. was through this part of had melted. The final score was Banks, is slowly passing away. The entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions and 3he resided in the Weed com- the country buying cattle. Groceries which I Purchased from Frank Jamestown 10, Snow, 7. We do He has been complaining ahout Sinclair, in thejWilson & Gill old stand, will munity and was a good woman. Mr. Will E. Todd bought a not know who composed the four weeks, and about ten days be closed out at cost and less. Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill en- good farm from Ethrige Benbattery for Snow, but Carnes ago his physician, Dr. N. M. This sale is for cleaning up the room which tertained last week, Misses nett, last week. Price private. and Carnes did fine work for us. Hanccck informed him that his will be used for a Jewelry Store. Knight and Stephens, in company time was short. He soon made The Russell Creek and OzarK Jamestown is looking like a Below is a few items which you can save with Mr. Dunbar, all of James- ball arrangements to leave his home teams crossed bats at this hive of industry these days. The money on: Ladies and Childrens Hosiery, town. on earth for a better beyond the Mens Underwear, Woolen Dress Goods, place last Saturday. The scores square has been plowed and s grave. Ginghams, Laces, Outings. Buttons and a The Adair County Spoke .Co., were 16 to 18 in favor of the scraped and graded until it be which has been doing a suc- Russell Creek boys. gins to look like somebody. The Absher. These Goods must move. Drop in and ask cessful business here for the Mr. Long and family, of Row-en- local lodge of F. & A. M. have about the Riddance Sale. past two months, has suspendeRussell county, were visiting had their store front concreted, Mr, and Mrs. Mont Harmon MURRAYfBALL, The Jeweler,. d- business for the present. Messrs. Sol and John McFarland and within a few days the I. 0. and little daughter, Clarice, were Columbia, Kentucky. Its manager says that the sus last week. Also Miss Jennie 0. F. will follow suit Knight, at Mr, W. P. Dillingham's Thurspension is on the account of the McFarland, of Columbia, was McKinney & Phelps will have day night. present war that is on at this visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- their store and hotel front conMr, Broadis Thomas, of me. Some of our Republican Farland last week, and attended creted, and the Bank of Jamesspent several days Iriends say,, the cause of busitown will have some work done the meeting at Cane Valley. last week visiti rg at this place. ness closing down, is on the acNotice Public Mr. Guss Dunbar, of Neats- - in front of the bank and in front Mrs. Z. T. Gabbert and daugh count of the present administraA Splendid burg, was visiting in this neigh of Ezra Moore's residence. Mr. ter, Miss Grace, were visiting tion. General Blacksmithing Simco Dockery is also contem Clubbing Bargain borhood Sunday. here Monday night. Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing: neatly Mr. K. L. Caldwell, of Mill- We Offer Mr. Rheu Squires was in Tay- plating having considerable conMrs. W. P. Dillingham was at done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. SpecLi tp.wn was in our midst last Frihe Adair CounlyMews lor county last week",' 'taking or- crete work done around his store her daughters, Mrs. attention to Horse Shoeing.- - Prices right and Owen day and reports the wheat all and building. ders for the Knoxville Nursery satisfaction Guaranteed. last Wednesday night. ifhr&sheeLirvhis community with "Short" Wolford and Willie The Cincinnati Company. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot. Mrs. A. W. Rice and children, 3? fine yield. . Mr. Bob Hood, of this place, Prock returned home Thursday of Petersburg, III., Weekly Enquirer returned Uncle Charlie Yates and his and Miss, Laura Andrew, of night from Illinois, where they home last week, after a two JEFF PARSON, Bom'.One daughter, Miss Ella, had the Glenville, were visiting in Casey have been for some time. They months visit with relatives here. Year v Campbellsville, Ky. gfeasure of entertaining last county last said they did not know James.week. For Only They were "accompanied home Wednesday, Mrs. John Glassock, town when they got back, on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pickby Miss Ella Humphress. Subscription may be account of the square being levof Lebanon, and Mrs. Alfred lines to the News, as it is a welnew or renewal ett and little daughter, Lydus, eled. Mrs. Louisa Early and Mrs. E. Purdy, of Bradfordsville, 'in come visitor to my home weekly. were visiting at Summer Shade, What ihe Weekiy Enquirer is company with Mrs. J. C. BrownOur county road engineer has T. Bottom, of, Louisville, who It brings me news from my old Green county, last Saturday and It is issued every Thursday, subscriping and Misses Betsey and Ivy certainly been worth his salary spent three weeks visiting here friends, and I am always anx-- , tion price ?L0O per year, and it 13 ona of Sunday. the best home metropolitaruweeklie of toDohoney, of Milltown. The day if the roads he has worked on returned home last Friday. They ious to receive it. day. It has all the facilities of the great Miss Carrie Hancock apent DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnins the was; pleasantly spent by these around the country close to were accompanied by Miss .Clara I notice that Kentucky has world's events, and for that rea3on can week visiting friends and last good1, people. giiie you all the leading pews. It carries Jamestown are any indication. Robertson. been blessed with good rains, attending the meeting held by a carries a srrsat omount of valuable farm Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earles, of He has taken the' old dangerous matter, crisp editorirla and reliable Mr, Wesley Parson and family, Revs. Williams and Young. and the corn is looking fine, and market reports. Its numerous deCampbellsville, have removed to roads an'd hills and made them wftv have been residing in our you also had a fine crop of partments make it a nece3sity to every Misses Montra, Anna and Lela this place, where Mr. Earles has home, farm or business man. sown ior seyeral years, have Cundiff spent the day verypleas-antl- y blossom into boulevards. ,. The wheat I am sure glad. "This grand Offer is limited andweadvise Wooldridge Mill hill is an exam-pi- e a store?. moyed to Bear Wallow for their yoa to take advantage by subscribing for Crops are fine in some parts of last Friday at Mr. and the jabove combination 'right now. Call of the work' he has been do- ' "Mr, C. T. Walling, of Lexing-to- Illinois. Corn looks thrifty in future liome. Mr. JParson is a Mrs. Loren Bradley's. or mail orders to came down in his auto last this section. It will make ing, and we call it good. first-clas- s blacksmith and it is ' Miss Helen Sullivan, The AdaiP,CouJity;Siewi, from f of Rus Sunday and was accompanied" Jif ty to sixty .bushels to predicted by his many friends of sell county, is visiting The birth-da- y dinner held the acre. her sister, home by Mrs. Ethel Russell and We are about through threshing. qur place, that he will have a Mrs. Loren Bradley. Thursday, the 13th, in honor of sons. good business. We also regret Oats will thresh out 40 to 70 Mr. Ray Smith, who has been Mrs. W. J. Lawless, of Owens-bywh- o good family of bushels per acre; wheat 30 to 50 very high". The Irish potato -is the mother of Lee A. to give, up this visiting in this locality, vre turned Monticelfo Illinois. our town. $eople-frobushels. Hogs are worth 8 crop is good. tohis home in Louisville, last Lawless, of this place, was one Ijfiought I would write a few cents. Horses and mules 'are of the most enjoyable dinners Mrs. Beauchamp. and her week. R. W. Dillihgfcatt. Gradyville. re-turne- d Let lis Reason Together to-aa- f want-you- r I well-know- i mmmm &&&&&q - al W.T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. wmuWRiGHTS f mncHiNiSTS N JaWVT' ser-aso- :) g, RIDDANCE SALE. a, Camp-bellsvill- e, fx$x$i to the PHONE-NO7.- $&&&$&& Hen-drickso- n, $1.35 I U- - n, i K m jr' iUsl ''H?