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An Important improvement. Death of a n Lady. Meeting. Teachers' Examinations. K j it 13 J i n if I -- The C. W. B. 51 auxiliary will have On Friday, August 28th, Miss Bettie The white Teachers' The shool had the greatest opening This week, by order of the Fiscal "Whereas, Trachoma, a highly conthe regular monthly meeting at the will be held on the third Examination Cothat it has had since its establishment. Court, Messrs Willis & Murrell are Ray, who was known to a great Friday and tagious and infectious chronic eye making a change in the court audito- lumbians, died in Louisville in the Chaistiau Church Friday evening of Saturday in September, which will be disease, long a pestilence in the older this week at 7:30 o'clock. the 18th and 19th of this month. counties, and usually spread by ineaus The high school department, thus rium of the court house. The judges' (57th year of age. Her remains were The hidden answers to the questions The colored teachers' examination wash-basinwill be removed from the pres- brought to Lebanon and interred the of towels; pencils and far, has an enrollment of 37. There stand to the side of the room next day. Many years ago the de- asked will be found in the August is- will be held on the fourth Friday and other things used in common by chil- are more pupils beginning high school ent location sue of the Missionary Tidings. Saturday of September, which will be dren and families, and which, without work this year than in any previous fronting Jamestown street, and the ceased taught in the M. & F. High The members will please bring their the 25th and 28th of this fronting Burkesville School, this place. She was a sister month. prompt recognition aud persistent year of the school. We have a total floor on the end dues that the quarterly report may be No person of known immoral chartreatment, results in serious and? per- enrollment, grades and high school of street will be elevated the same as of Mrs. Nannie Reed, the last wife of sent to headquarters. while Campbellsville Kev. Geo. J. Heed, deceased,-anacter, no whiskey drinker, or cigathat on end facing-thmanent impairment of vision, or 220. Ray was The public is cordially invited to at- rette smoker will be admitted. No pike. All the benches and railing Mrs. Reed resided here, Miss blindness in a large majoriLy of cases, "to front the a frequent visiter to this place. Speak tend these meetings. person who failed to attend the full will be is officially reported by experts of the Mrs. Z. T. Williams, Pres. We had a great many visitors pres term of the Institute without a legal judges' stand. When this arrange- ing of Mrs. Reed, she is now in LebaUS. Public Health Service as wide Mrsr Silace Denney, Sec. day of school. Brother excuse will be permitted to take the ment has been completed, a great deal non, and from her nephew, Mr. Will spread in the counties of Breathitt, ent the first Bush conducted the chapel exercises of noise will be cut off from the court McCIellan, we learn that she is in a examination. Applicants will pl,easa Clay, Jackson, Lee, Leslie, Owsley, Went Under the Knife. and made a splendid talk. Superin- room, and assemble at the Superintendent's ofthe conducting of cases can low state of health. Perry aud adjacent sections, with tendent Huffaker made one of his best proceed while hauling, by heavj wag fice, and there the place of examinamany cases in Jefferson and Clark talks and promised to visit us often ons, is going on upon the square. Over Jne Hundred. tion will be made known. Mr. J. P. Kelsay, of Gleuville, was counties aud more or less spread into this year. As head of the public Tobias Huffaker, Supt. operated on last Tuesday night by Dr. almost ever other county in Ken- schools of the county, he assured us of For Sale. tucky, presenting to officials and peo- his Last Thursday night Catherine McChord, of Lebanon. He had been interest in our school. Members ple problems, both health, economic ii Tax Notice." Williams, 'a respected colored woman, suffering for several weeks, and the of the school board, Dr. Taylor, Mrs. aud humanitarian, demanding prompt Mell hnd other visitors made short 1 have a six room cottage, near the mother- of Rev. Parker H. Jack-ma- disease was located near the back and concerted action, especially by talks. Prof. Wilson died at the latter's home, in the bone. A great deal of puss was rein his talk em- Graded School building, good garden, school authorities and others having phasized Parties the value of an education. about one acre of ground, plenty of suburbs of Columbia. She was one moved, and Wednesday morning the Columbia owing tax'es due the town of care of children with whom the the fruit, good well of water, stable and hundred and one years old last March. patient was better, though he was quested for the year 1914 are re ravages of the disease seem most disto settle same at once, 6 per rirst-clas- s A great many of her race and a num- very weak. He will receive the All the members of the first gradu- other outbuildings, all in astrous. closest attention and every thing pos- cent penalty will be added October condition, the house neatly furnished, ber of white persons attended the Now, Therefore, be it known, that ating class were present at the opensible will be done to restore him to 1st. All unpaid taxes ou the above which I desire to sell Also one picture funeral and burial. named d?.te will be collected by disthe State Board of Health of Ken- ing, as were most members of the show, well located, and a barber shop health. tucky in the exercise of authority alumni. Many of the young men and traint if necessary and just as speedily Election of Officers. in Hancock Hotel. Reason for selling: as possibly can be by law. If you have vested in it by law, hereby forbids women made short talks urging that Going to a city or a larger town to inRead this Offer. any person afflicted or suspected to be every boy and girl in school should not paid same you'd better make stall a picture show. Call on or write Next Friday night will be the anpreparations to do so to save trouble afflicted with Trachoma, commonly" press forward with a determination G. W. Lowe, The Daily Evening post until Jan., and cost. nual election of officers for Columbia knovmas "red sore eyes," to atteud to some day be a graduate of the high Columbia, Ky. any school public or private, in this school. Some of those who have been W. B. Patteson, Collector. Chapter, Royal Arch Masons. All 1, 1915, Home and Farm uncil Jan., 1, Companions are requested to be pres- 1915, a 16 page War Atlas, The Adair as teacher or pupil, away to college assured the boys commonwealth Rev. J. C. Cook, with whom we County News, one year, all for $2. and requests and instructs ail physi- and girls of the school that the high spent mauy pleasant hours when he ent. The down pour here last Monday Send in your subscription at once or Gordon Montgomery, H. P. cians, teachers, school trustees, coun- school work being done in our school was pastor of the Baptist Church here, afternoon sent more water to Colum call ab the News office. The sooner ty and city boards of health and other was as good as was being done else is now in a meeting at Jerricho, this bia and the country surrounding it you subscribe, the longer you will where. The statement is proven by county. He remembers the little disofficials aud good citizens to assist .For Sale. than ever before known, ab one time. the bargain papers. and in preventing tiie fur- the good work being done by the boys cussions he had with the writer, touch; It lasted about forty minutes. There I have two small farms of about sixther spread of this disease, otherwise and girls who are attending college or ing the doctrine of certain Churches, ty acres each, on the waters of Sulwas more water in the town branch Cloyd Miller Stabbed. likely to entail misery to individuals other schools than ever before seen by the oldest and to show that he is still in a pleas phur, three and one-hamiles east of and a burden upon taxpayers almost inhabitants. The bottoms were flooded, ant frame of mind, he sent the writer Columbia. Cheap residences on each. beyond calculation in the light ot exThuesday of last week Clojd Miller, and Jamestown street, from the firsb The new teachers, Miss Atkinson a verj line watermellon Monday. Also four residences in Columbia. perience with it in other and older and Miss Hankins, are splendid. son of Mrs. Cora Miller, and a nephew bridge to the foot of the hill beyond Thanks. Will sell on easy terms. countries. It further instructs counof Mr. W. H. Wilson, this place, and a the Eubank property, looked like a N. M. Tutt. ty and city boards of health, in coboy named Watson gob into a difficulty river. The principal loss were water-We hope to begin use of our new Important Notice to Teachers and operation with their respective city ab Campbellsville. Miller was stabbed gates and the damage to gardens. Sudden Death. council aud fiscal courts to inaugurate gymnasium this week. Patrons. several times, but his wounds were Kelsey & Hudson, grocerymen, susm and execute and to require the heads not supporsed to be dangerous, and he tained a small ioss. Last Thursday morning at Hobson's left for his home in Louisville. of families and other persons to exThe school house aud grounds are On account of the unaccountable de- spoke factory, located on Barnett's ecute such sanitary regulations as such the cleanest and in the most sanitary Pocket Book Lost. board may consider expedient to 'pre- condition that they have been in since lay in getting the new school books on creek, Adair county, Granville SanEducational Division Rallies. sale io sufficient quantities it becomes ders, who was employed by the owner, vent the spread of trachoma, which is the establishment of the school. Mauy necessary to postpone the enforcement died suddenly. He was sitting on a hereby declared to be an epidemic and improvements have been made. A pocket-boo- k containig ninety-liv- e of the school law another week. pile of spokes and complained of his The four school rallies in the differ- dollars in cash and $2,55u in notes was communicable disease, and to this end i Teachers may still use the old books they are requested to briug all persons hurting, and In a few minutes ent educational divisions will be held lost Monday between the e aud High school books are about all here where the new ones have not been se- side fell oyer, dead; He was about forty-liv- e as follows: In Educational Division Clem Barnett's residence. I will pay infected with trachoma under prompt and we hope that by the end of this cured until September 21st. In the years old and a native of this No , 1, Mt. Pleasant, on the 3rd, Fri- well for the recovery of the same. and proper treatment during premonweek our grades will be well supplied meantime I will do all I can to hurry day in October. In Div., 2, at Antioch county. He had a family. itory or other stages of the disease. Will J. Beard, nolraes, Ky. with books. up the dealers in getting a full supply. on 2nd Friday iu October. In Div., 3, 45-l- t By order of the Board, this SeptemRespectfully, It will be remembered that a short on 1st Friday in October. In Div. 4, John G. South, Pres. ber 1, 1914. Tobias Huffaker, time ago, Mr. Geo W. Lowe, the Parents and patrons are requested A. T. McCormack, Secretary. at Little Cake on the 4th Friday in Take Notice. Superintendent A. C. S. musician composed and had Saptember. .Everybody invited. to visit the school any time. Your inpublished, in sheet form, a piece of Tobias Huffaker. Supt. Course of Study in Moonlight terest and co operation is encouragiug Base Baii Game. From this date, September the Sbh, music entitled "King Baggot's Rag." to the children and to the teachers. Schools. we will not and can not accept any Automobile for Sale, Up to last Friday morning he had sold We welcome you to any department t more custom work in our planing mill. 4,025 copies at 25 cents a copy. He any time Come Maple Hill and Camp Knox crossed The demand for our own material is mailed them to every State almost in The course of study m the moonbats at the Maple Hill diamond. It the union, and sold some copies in A 4 to 5 Passenger Buick Automo- so heavy thab ib is beyond our power Notice. year will include, be light schools this resulted in a victory for Maple Hill. Cauada. He has two more pieces bile. This automobile has been thor- to continue the policy we have heresides readiug, ' writing, arithmetic,. 20 to 3 oughly overhauled in all its working tofore used. The features All who desire to sow clean wheat The score was The change of machinery which he" will publish later. drills in language, history, Geography parts and is as good as new. of the game were the battiug of Cun-difor so many little bills prevents ua aud oats, take your seed to Fred Sparks and civics, one hundred questions and 43-W. R. Myers & Son. annd the pitching of Powers. Batfrom meeting the demands for our I have 12 or 14 acres of good wheat answers in each of the following sub- Ik miles east of Gadberry, on the A teries were: Maple Hill, Powers and land for rent. Call and see me if you Loy farm, better known as the old own manufactured products, hence the jects: Health and Sanitation, prepared Thomas; Camp Knox, Wilkerson and want it. ' ; Stabbed. E. W. Reed. necessity for dropping custom work. by the State Board of Health; Roads Medaris farm. This is the grader that Walls t J. M. Kearnes run at Ozark last year. We will at all times be in position to and Road Building, prepared by Hon. Struck out by Powers 12, by WilkerR C. Terrell, State Commissioner of This is the best grader that was ever son 5. A difficulty occurred on the pike last furnish anything in dressed lumber A bunch of men were before Judge needed in this section and will buy Reads: Agriculture, prepared by Hon. in the county. Give him a call Herriford, last Wednesday, charged Friday night between Lisle Baker and your lumber .7 W Newman, .Commissioner of Ag at market price. All lumDefacing public buildings is a prac- with seining iu Green river this coun- Lawrence and Bob Cooper, all colored J. R. Garuett, Noble Grand of Co riculture; Domestic Science, prepared Baker was stabbed three times. Some ber ou our yards will be worked as tice that should be stopped. Some ty, the warrant being sworn out by by Miss Mary E. Sweeney, Head of De- lumbia Lodge, No , 230, I. O. O. F., people so far forget say that Lawrence did the stabbing, ordered but no more will be accepted.. themselves as to partment Domestic science, State has called a meeting for next Thurs- mark the walls of the court building, the Game Warden. The testimony others report that Bob used the knife. Yours Truly, was pretty clear that the law had day night. There will be work in the University. Sandusky Bros. " Baker is in bed, aud the facts will first degree, and the presiding officer aud we are told that the school build- been violated, but the jury brought in come out at the trial. is anxious for all the members to be ings have not escaped. Some do the a verdict of acquittal. It is not easy A Good business for Sale. For Sale. marking upon the sly, knowing that to convict a man for going after a present. Those who are informed Notice to Stave Men. is not the proper act, while others mess of fish. know the necessity for a large repre- it 1 have a larger farm than I need In order to engage in other business sentation at the meeting, and it is who pride in their hand writing leave names. Ttiose who leave their Mr, Hard Smith, who lives on the and will sell thirty or forty acres of ib. we very much desire to sell our auto- hoped that members will lay aside their We will resume buyiug staves on This tract has a small boxed house, mobile line. We will sell the cars very business aud attend The nights are autographs are unacquainted with the lower Greensburg road, two miles our yard Sept 3, 1914. , Slighb change good well, and some good timber, low aud they are .worth all we will now cool, making work in the hall old adage: "Fools' names like their from town, met with a serious acci- in prices Elrod & Co. faces, always seen in public places." dent a few days ago He was getting cleared land good. This will make ask for them. This is a good business pleasant, so come out and assist in some one a good home. Located 3 for some one that fkes it, and we will the interest of an order that A public building should be respected up rock and a piece of stone flew and W D. White, who was same as the home". the town miles north of Columbia struck him in the right eye, almost sell cheap. If interested call on us. has for its purpose the betterment of putting out the sight, causing much marshal of Tompkinsville, was run Ht. 43 tf W. R. Myers & Son. W. R Williams. mankind. Indications point to reSenator Ollie M. James offers, pain. The eye is yet very much in- over and killed, in his town, last freshments at close of work. Thursday, by an automobile through the Kentuckj Illiteracy Com- flamed. Ernest The dwelling-hous- e Speaker Champ Clark, who was once of Calvin GilChoate, chauffeur for b" M. Breeding, mission, a prize of Fifty Dollars to a school teacher in Anderson county, Last Sunday afternoon Mr W E. mer, of color, located ou the BurkesMr. B, F. Chewniug met with a Glasgow, was rnning the machine. Kentucky, writes the Kentucky Illit- McCandiess aud the writer visited at the teacher who teaches the best painful accident last Saturday morn- The dead man leaves a family. Latek: ville pike, two miles from Columbia, eracy Commission of his experiences in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Mitch- mooulight school this year, the Illiterwas consumed by fire last Friday night. teaching adult illiterates in his day ell It is a very inviting home, em- acy Commission to judge it from the ing. He was ab his barn and in leav- We learn that he was only seriously The contents of the house also were school in Anderson County. He bracing a cozy residence and ten acres results: number enrolled, Average at- ing the building lie stepped on some hurt. destroyed. taught middle aged men, who had re- of ground. Fruit in great abundance, tendance, illiterates taught and gen- thing that creened his foot and he turned from the army, and other and everything else to satisfy the in- eral interest. This will' be a' reward fell, receiving severa1 bruises. He The Review of Reviews for SeptemMr. Ed Miller, adults Speaker Clark is one of Ken-tuc- ner man Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell are and an honor for some teacher. Let managed to geb to his dwelling and in ber is a very interesting number. It Louisville, died whose home was in lasb week and was 's distinguished native sons, aud hospital people and insisted on their some one in our county start a moon- a few hours lie was better. Monday takes up the foreign war, the cause and the strength of the forces. To buried in Campbellsville. His widow he was able to come to the square light school and win it. is watching the illiteracy campaign visitors carrying away much more become thoroughly posted on the was Miss Cora Wilson, niece of Mr. with great interest. He sends to fruit than they did Messrs. J. W Sublett, Allen Bridge-wate- r greatest war ever known to world, W. H. Wilson, and she is a native of I have a lot of good chestnut shingles Kentucky teachers enlisted m this and Miss Madaline Bridgwater, get a copy of this number. the 45- It Address this place campaign a message of heart sympaThere will be a box supper ab An- for sale. all of Cane Valley, and each of whom the Review of Reviews, New York, N. H. T. Blair, Gentry's Mill, Ky. thy and good cheer tioch Church, Sparksville, next Satur are at St. Anthony's Hospital, Louis- Y. Born, to the wife of W. I. Ingram, day night. The proceeds will be used ville, Ky., to get the benefit of surThere have been more blackberries, gery for their ailments, have each The list of oue hundred speakers, to in buying lamps for the Church, All opened with September 7, 1914, a son The Lindsey-Wilsopeaches and plums put up this year been operated on and are at eighty-on- e speak in various sections of Kentucky invited. pupils and there are now a this time about Columbia than for any one sea- doing well and will soon be back home few over one hundred in attendance. A number of mule colts sold on that in the cause of stamping out illiteracy Mrs. Sarah Janes, who was the wife son iu tiie past fifteen years. Last New pupils are entering every day, square last MondBy at from 875.00 to before the next census is taken, is being made by the Kentucky Illiteracy of George Janes, died in the Breeding week you could buy all the peaches Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton have aud the management confidently be- $35.00 per head. country last Sunday morning. She you needed in the Milltown section at gone to housekeeping and are occupy- lieve that the largest school in the Commission at Frankfort, aud is 15 and 25 cents per bushel. history of the institution will be this completed This will include was about fifty years old. ing rooms in the Reed homestead. Save me your Magazine order, and I year some of the State officials, and men will save you some money The pie supper at Hutchison school-housA series of meetings will commence Mrs. E E. Cheathan, of Bakertou, and women prominent in educational 44tf Geo. E. Wilson last Friday nighb, was largely daughter of Mr. J. H. Young, this Rev C. C. Brown, of Lancaster, will at Tabernacle next Monday night. of the State. circles I Eld. W. G. Montgomery will do the attended,, many from town being in place, won the premium stove ab the preach at the Presbyterian Church Hams Wanted. attendance. Burkesville Fair, for the best cooking. next Sunday forenoon arideveoing:- The Adair circuit court will convene preaching. Monday week. There will probably An infant child, six months old, of The'last Quarberly Meeting for Cane Attention. is called bo the profes- .'fwnmw. ir be a great deal of stock on the marWe will pay 18 cents cash for good, Mrs. Nathan McKinley, died Valley circuit will be held at Milltown slonalcardof Mr, Tanner Ottley, iu r and there will be several land Mr. and ket, for Singer Sowing Machines-ane country hams. " Tuesday, Sepb.' 15bh.. , News last Sunday Morning- lplieg house door. 43-tsales at the court s, e d in-la- w n, 45-2- t. re-cai- ve te lf toll-gat- well-know- n ff 4t 45-2- 44-2- r. 45-4- t. ad-vauci- k; - n st e, ,;.. - co'-- IU r wnn d sup-.Th- to-da- y. f Hancock Hotel a THE ADAIB JOUNTY NEWS Agricultural Occupations tucky. Los Molinos, Cal., Sept., 2 '14. in Ken- From California. Editor News: Washington, D. C-- , Aug., There are 866,980 persons in Kentucky that work for a living and 455,070 of them are employed upon the farm, according to a report which has just been issued by the United States Cen sus Bureau. Of the persons en gaged in agricultural pursuits, the bulk of them are farm oper ators and farm laborers. The farm operators number 248,954, and 238,221 are men and 10,773 are women. There are 196,373 farm laborers in the State and 177.313 are males and 19,060 females. Editor News: We promised you a little sketch of our vacation trip. Well, here we are 6,000 feet nearer the sky than you are. We traveled many miles in the Sacramento Valley and then came up the Feather In traveling through the upper Sacramento Valley it is not difficult to get beyond the free rural boxes, but the telephone lines seem to run in every direction where there is grass and water. They foUow the stock range as well as the farms and vineyards. The influence of the old Spanish land grants has not been entirely obliterated. Perhaps the undefined thing which we cannot understand about these vast grants, is the secrets of their great success combined with that of their total failure. All things that were hoped for are gone. There seems to be in the minds of some of us a tinge of regret, not that they are nearly gone, but that they ever came. There is an army of day laborers, each carrying a roll of blan kets, traveling up and down the valley all the time. Just now many are going to the San Joaquin Valley, the dry, alkali, the jackrabbit country, where the vast orchards and vineyards are artifically irrigated, where the sun is blazing hot, the work hard, the pay good. The men march in groups that they may sing together. At night their campfires light up the valley. The ranchers and farmers are looking for them. Every race and nation is represented among the workers. There are Italians, Greeks, Frenchmen Watchful Waiting vs. War. River Canyon, to Blairsden, to get the cool mountain air for a few days. One can see the Sierra Nevada best from the saddle, and the Indian trail is the principal highway. As your day's travel unrolls, you see many things. Quails scuttle away, grouse boom solemnly on the rigid limbs of pines, deer vanish through dis- There are 499 dairy farmers in the State and they employ 567 laborers and 19 foremen. There are also 214 persons in the State whose principal source of income is from stock raising. The number of cowboys and sheep herders in this State is 473. tant thickets, to appear on still more distant ridges. There is a lot to be seen and enjoyed in a mountain mile. Through the high country two miles an hour is a fair rate of speed. Down in the gulch we make our camp. It has been the home of the miner, and the long cradles for the separation of gold decayed rocks and some of the old cabins still stand. High as the camp may be, so it is not above timber-linit is not too high for the coyote, the bob cat, or the wolf. There are many strange sorts of humans in a mining country, but of them all, I found the prospector is always a prospective millionaire. You meet him on every trail, every highway and e, In the entire United States there are 71,580,270 persons over 10 years of age and 38,167,336, or 53 per cent of this number are engaged in gainful occupations. Of the gainfully occupied, 12,659,203, or 33 per cent are engaged in agriculture. There are 5,865,000 farm operators in the nation and they employ 5,975,-00- 0 laborers. THE KENTUCKY POTATO PATCH. European publicists have been unwearied for many months in explaining how ridiculous was Amerfcan diplomacy in its dealings with the Mexican situation. Some American publicists frequently assured us that Amer- All ican diplomacy was the laughing stock of Europe" and even of "the world!" Yet American diplomacy, including that of other American republics as well as the United Strtes, has brought the Mexican problem to an apparent solution if without "war measures" other than the little "demonstration" at Vera Cruz for the necessary illumination of the Mexican rul ing class mind. European diplomacy, required to solve the problem of an essentially private crime, of which a public personage happened to be the victim, has so boggled the job that Europe is plunged in the greatest war that has eyer afflicted the human race. Program How American d i p 1 o macy The following is the program of shines by contrast! How beau- Home coming, Carmal church Sunday, September i:ith, 1914. tiful is "watchful waiting" com10:00 a. m. Song service led by, Bro Marion Capshaw. pared with the "warlike watch10:15 a. m. Devotional Exercises, ing" that would not wait in EuRev. O. D. Arnold. 1U:3() a. ra. Family Religion, rope's chancelleries! Chicago Prof. R. R. Moss. ll;00a. ra. Sermon. Herald. Speciai Notice Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscript tion Books Win have to Come off, Under the Law, not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thr More Mail for Parties who Owe than one Year Ii. H. JONES Vatamnary Suvgaon and Dantiat ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N " Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are and Turks, The Kentucky Irish potato patch contains 51,000 acres this year and the total production will be approximately 2,422,000 bushels, according to estimates to-da- to whom the work is not new. byway. Where there is no way, The people of the Sacramento is averaging around $1.26 per bushel. in the mountains. The fascina- Valley are prosperous because tion is in the hazard. The spell nearly every form of wealth proso binding, is usually not that of duced is near by. The peculiar avarice, but lies in that delicious, y by the United States made taught men to take feverish, intoxicating charm of climate has Crop Roporting Board. The conconditions as they find them and chance. dition of the crop is 50 per cent Taking a stern Methodistic make it pay. They make money of normal and the present price view of mining business, as now mere easily than they save it. the dates Church to the Community. Bro. L. D Keen. fixed for holding the Kentucky Check your fall cough or cold at 1:45 u. m Why a Young Man once don't wait it may lead to seFairs for!1914. as far as reported. rious trouble, weaken your vitality Should be a Christian. Bro. Marion Capshaw. and develop a chronic luug ailment. 2:00 p. m. Reminiscence of Long Officers of fairs are requested to Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's it is pure and harm- Ago, 'Round Table, led by, Bro. Jim Miller. report to usjany omissions or corlessuse it freely for that fall cough or cold. If Baby or Children are sick rections of dates: Approves of It. give it to them, it will relieve quickly Hodgensville, Sept. and permanently. It soothes the irdays. ritated throat, lungs and air passages Scottsville, Sept. days. Loosens phlegm, is antiseptic and forA farmer down in Hardin countifies the system against colds It Kentucky State Fair, Louissurely prevents cold germs from g6t-tin- g ty, whose Jand was getting pretville, Sept. days. a hold. Guaranteed. Only 25c. ty thin, decided to test the effects Ad . at Paull Drug Co. Horse Cave, Sept. days. of limestone a3 a grass producer. War Loans. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkin3ville, Stop That Pirst Pall Cough. Pine-Tar-Honto-da- y; 12:00 Noon. 1:30 p. m. The Kenetit of the Local 103 83 146 234 He selected ten acres of his poor- proceeding in the Feather River There is an unending procession Canyon. I should call prospect- of s and In Continental United States ing a game of chance, exciting, with as there are 3,708,U00 acres plantIt continues y bewildering, which defrauds no ed to this product and this year's regular a movement a9 it posone but yourself. production is estimated at sessed years ago. It is one of In the foot hills the deer huntbushels by the Federal the great factors in the West's Department of Agriculture. ers are active, and most of them development. This year's crop will exceed the successful. Down in the Valley, Of such is the web and woof average crop of the past five it seems to be in the open season years by approximately 4,000,-00- 0 for peaches, grapes, prunes and of our little trip. But through bushels. The nation's pro- hops, for they are all being har- it runs the pattern of fantastic duction last year was 331,525,-00- 0 vested. The Vina Ranch, south delight. The trail of the mounbushels, was produced on of Los Molinos, will harvest ten tains and the trail of life alike thousand tons of grapes that 3,668,000 acres of land and sold lead always on and on,, into the will make one million gallons of for $227,903,000, or an average responsibilwine. The four hop yards around higher country for of 90 cents per bushel. Los Molinos, are now employing ity, until at last it leaves us at home-seekerhome-builder- s. to-da360,-614,000 KENTUCKY COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS AND BUSINESS COLLEGES. 300 men, women and children. the summit of the Great Divide. Your truly, A. Decker. Mother of Eighteen Children. the mother of eighteen chil dren and have the praise of doing more woik than any young woman in my town," writes wrs. C.J. Martin, Boone Mill, Va. "I suffered for five years with stomach trouble and could not eat as much as a biscuit without suffering. I have taken three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and am now a well woman and weigh 168 pounds. I can eat any thing I want to, and as much as I want and feel better than I have at any time in ten years. I refer to any one in Boone Mill or vicinity and they will vouch for what I say." Chamberlain's Tablets are for Ad sale by Paull Drug Co. The greater part of the peach crop which was unusually large Federal Bureau of Education this year, has been shipped or shows that there are seven com- dried, while the prune harvest is mercial schools and business col- just beginning. leges in Kentucky. In 1913 the The harvesting of the five enrollment was 1,404 pupils. It crops of alfalfa is almost contin- estimated that more than half is w UOUS irom spring to iaii. number completed commerthis seems to have a tendency to courses and a large number cial make the farmers w a steful. now employed in Keatucky are There is a sharp distinction made business institutions. between tired and retired farmthe entire nation there are In ers. Where irrigation comes to business colleges and com618 the rescue there are farms where mercial schools and they accomothe fruits, vegetable and alfafla date 160,557 students annually. at- grow abundantly, and where hay This is an average annual tendance of 260 pupils per school. stacks dot the landscape. A report issued to-da- y by the "I am There seems to be a wide difference of opinion regarding war loans in their relations to neutrality. Mr. Bryan takes the position that if this country were to loan to one European nation it would have to loan to them all in order to remain neutral. Mr. Morgan takes issue with Mr. Bryan, pointing out the fact that the American loan of to Japan was not regarded by Russia as an unfriendly act. Mr. Bryan would evidently carry out to the letter the principles of his peace treaties. Mr. Morgan would make money where there is opportunity to do so. Still it is a question whether or not loaning money is giving aid and comfort within the scope of the prohibition of neutrality proclamations. Capitalists advance the money. The nation does not, though the nation is responsible for the acts of its citizens. $150,-000,000 Po-Do-L- ax est and treated it with four tons of ground limestone to the acre. He has cut two crops of alfalfa this year from the ten acres and the field yielded ten tons at each cutting He will cut a third crop fully as large. At prevailing prices the value of the three alfalfa crops will be from $30 to As the land $40 to the acre. would not have grown alfalfa at all withoutthe limestone dressing, it will be seen that his venture in fertilizati n was most profitable. There are many farms in the state which need limestone and which will pay handsome returns when given the proper treatment. It is up to the farmer to find out what his soil needs and then to apply Sept 29- -5 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. Three Men. The New York World a few days ago editorially said: In Nienna there is a doddering old man, the offspring of a tainted house, who sits on the throne of the dual empire. In St. Petersburg there is a weak, well meaning neurotic who by the accident of birth happens to be th Czar of all the Russians i In Berlin there is a brilliant, talented, ambitious manipulator ot politics who is German Emperor by grace of the genius of the right remedy. Journal. Rheumatism Pains Frankfort Bismark, Molike and Rood. Of these three men, only the one in Berlin has more than Stopped. mediocre abilities yet the three are permitted to play with the lives ot millions of men, with property worth thousands of millions of dollars, with the commerce and industry and prosperity and laws and institutions not raerily of empires and kingdoms but of continents. It is left to them to determine whether the world is to witness the most deadly and devastating war of all history. Banishes Pimples. Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., come from Indigestion. Take the pleasant and absolutely sure Laxative, and you won't suffer from a deranged Ltomach or other troubles. It will tone up the Liver and purify the blood. Use it regular-y- l and you will stay well, have clear complexion and steady nerves. Get a Money back if not 50c bottle Ad satisfied. At Paull Drug Co. x, to-da- y. The first application of Sloan's Liniment goes right to the painful part--it penetrates without rubbing it stops the Rheumatic Pains around the joints and gives relief and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a bottle It is a family medicine for all pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore throat, neuralgia and chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr. Charles H. Wentworth, California, writes: "It did wonders for my Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I recommend it to my friends as the best Liniment I ever used." Guaranteed. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- y! I "! THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS Hohenwalti, Tennessee. FREE jamiy amy JSte--x FREE men who feel that they have ey in raising tygs of the ordina been Divinely appointed, will ry sort. The owners of such"! ESKIMO WHALE DANCE. Aug, 26 1914. -- Editor; News: I beg lieve to have put in your paper a message to my friends. 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If you are already a subscriber, your subscription will be extended for a year from its present date of expiration. w l(ffiMN ..... $3 Columb'a, Adair County News, Kentucky. I Mrs. G. W. Lowe, Local Agent foi Expert Egg Packers. Grand Upright Player Pianos The Department of Agriculture (is sending two Government pertS in handling eggS and 4 (Strictlv High Grade) ex- - pOUl-Ta- ke Certain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee. ; I Supremacy. In tone, action and durability lecaupe every part try, throughout the COUntry in a receive? careful, rigid scrutinizinK inspection. .. Then the Piano in its entirely is wvevely criticis-- i SPSCial Cai" tO teach farmers the , ed by a corps of exjKirth. If there's- anything ' ,, if w , nrnner or eKKS. , ... .. - llilVilli W AUIffe ,,I,;ni.n,i(;n,i;twnrUvn w " don't our warranty protects you. is a complete THE BALDWIN 1'IANO COMPANY Chicago, Cincinnati. Factories; laboratory on whee's, carrying -..-- treatment w ihe 'car i refrigerating HENRY W. DEPP, DEXTIS'I' its own gasoline engine to operate the chilling apparatus and to generate electric currents. It Will be permanently located in is divided into two rooms of difColumbia, after August 15. ferent temperatures, the first for All CLisrvor Dcnl.il work done. Crown, lirid'V .'ind Inl.iy work All i Specialty ' cooling fowls and f r. sh warm Work iuarinled. eggs Office over M. C. Winfrey's Grocery Splendid Clubbing Bargain A wc Offer he Adair CountyNews and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Year BotrOne For Only ipht55 Subscription may be new or renewal I Whar. the Weekly Enquirer is It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitanTweeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninir the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the'above combination Iright now. Call or mail orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. and the other for storing them. This arrangement is necessary, because if unchilled products were brought into the cold storagejroom the poultry and eggs already stored there would gather moisture from them. The engine drives the fan which forces air through the false walls and dampers of the This fresh air passes dozen. car. through large bunkers of ice and Blessings We Enjoy. salt, which will reduce the temperature of the car to 32 degrees Eggs can be Humanity may be staggered by in 30 minutes. chilled to 40 degrees, inside of 24 the horrors of Europe's war, but civilization will not be destroyed. hours. Scientific handling of the eggs Millions of men and billions of to determine their freshness is treasure may be lost in this devilshown, and a practical demon-statio- n ish work; thrones may totter and of skilled packing of eggs new maps of Europe may be necfor long shipment is giyen daily. essary before the end is reached; At the conclusion of the test3 but mankind will, on the wreck the local owners of the eggs are of these ruins, build a better civfree to go ahead and ship them ilization one in which the people, and not a few unscrupulous to their consumer. . county. I am engaged in a ten nights singing school. It is the largest school I have had this season, Number about 90. I sorrow for the awful tragedy closed a school on the 24th, on that is being enacted, and symLittle Swann Creek, of the same pathizing with the suffering on county. Saturday was a public the battlefield and the greater day here. My class from Little suffering of broken hearts in Swarfti sang to a large crowd. I nomes made desolate by war's am employed all the time. I feel destruction, we yet have a right complimented over my teaching to lift up our hearts in thanksgiv- The singing teacher that knows ing for the blassings of this coun-- : his business is coming to the try in material things and in the front in Tennessee. People are conditions prevailing in Europe. In the light of the contrast beencouraged by the good rains that are falling. The wars has tween the blessings which the thrown a gloom over them but people of the United States are they are overcoming that now. now enjoying, with the magnificent crops of the year and all My friends can write me at or Lawrenceburg, in the other privileges vouchsafed to us, care of James D. Vaughan. With how small and petty seems our liest with to the News, I am yours thoughts when we mourn because business is not quite so good as I. M. Grimsley. truly, it might be and because our Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated. chances of making money are Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and for the moment not quite so rids your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. abundant as in times past. They are a Tonic to your Stomach Let the people of the country and Liver and tone the general system. First dose will cure you of that de- put behind them such pessimism pressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated and such narrowness, and in a, condition. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad spirit of enthusiastic optimism carry forward the work of the Sparksville. day without hesitating or hault-inand then there will be busiMr. and Mrs. James Gilpin and ness enough for all and room son, Lawrence, who have been enough for all when the tempovisiting friends in Louisville for rary disadvantages of the pressome time, have returned home. ent situation have passed away. Olie Breeding has a very sick Baltimore Manufacturers child at this writing. Record. Luskin Gadberry and family A Hundred Point Man. were visiting friends on Russell creek one day last week. Mr. Robert Strange sold four man is one A hundred-poin- t hogs to Charley Roe, ,Jr., for who is true to every trust; who keeps bis word; who is loyal; who $21.00. Luskin Gadberry sold two hogs does not listen for insults nor look for slights; who carries a for $11.00. R. L. Roe sold one cow to Jim civil tongue; who is polite to Young, of Columbia, for $52.50, strangers, without being4 'fresh," Millard Corbin sold one cow to who is considerate toward servants; who is moderate in his Jim Young for $47.50. eating and drinking; who is willFrank Bridgewaters sold John ing to learn, who is cautious and Will Burbridge, of Gadberry, 4 Hundred-poin- t yet courageous. head of cattle for $167.50. men may vary much in ability, All our merchants are having but this is always true they are a good trade. safe men to deal with, whether The following is the price list drivers on drays,, clerks, cashiers, of our market; Flour 65 cents engineers, presidents o f railper sack, meal $1.25 per bushel, roads, congressmen or men and wheat 85 cents per bushel, corn officials in all high places in life. 1.10 per bushel, chickens 12 Ex. cents per pound, hens 10 cents Money in Sheep. per pound, eggs 16 cent per Hoh-enwa- ld g, Feast dogs would be better off without When Arctic Natives Mates. and Pick Their Life As the people of this country them, and the whole State would A very primitive custom ot the natives of tlie tiering and arctic coasts view the horrors of the European be better off if there were more of Siberia, a custom that Das tome down from generations ot savage ansituation they may well take sheep and fewer dogs. cestors. Is che annual celebration or the whale dance, when the fclskimoa courage and thank God that they select their wives live in a land free from such conWhen the son moves southward at Despondency the end of the short sntnmer season ditions as those prevailing in Eu- - Is often caused by indigestion and and the ice closes up the northern whales come down to open rope. While moved by profound constipation, and quickly disappears 3eas the Then, in celebration ot the water. rule. I when Chamberlain's ken i savage of evolutions and motions to of rhythmiess the accompaniment beating of the tomtoms and weird We presume that manv DeoDle chanting. The dance songs tell ot the prowess of the hunters and of the think the newspaper men are history of the tribe. The movements of the women are surprisingly gracepersistent "dunner" as they keep ful, and they mean to show in their dance that, as daughters or a great saying.' 'Look at the label on vour people, they are possessed ot all the qualities such paper," "Move up the date." The men execute women should have. pantomimic scenes of go through all the mo"You are back on your subscrip- the hunt and tions of the kilL They spear the ice tion," "Pay us what you owe." bear, slay the walrus and seal and finally, with extraordinary contortions, "Pay us." Now let a farmer or vanquish the mighty whale. During the days or the feast, business man place himself in a when the time last arrives for the selection and wives, the similar position, and see if he of bnsbandsmate dance before man perthe woforms his pantomime Sup- man he has picked out. In would not do the same. he promises to provide her generously pose the farmer raises 1,000 with the fruit of the bunt, both food and fur. If she Is pleased with him bushels of wheat and his neigh- she walks out and dances her acceptwill look bor should buy a bushel and the ance and shows how she they have ig'oo. When after the price was $3.00 or less and, the danced before each other they are married after the custom of the tribe, and neighbor says: "I will pay the he leads her off to his walrus bide ice dwellers assemTablets are ta season's catch, the dance, which lasts ble for the whale For sale by Paull DniL' Co. Ad i twenty-on- e days. great dance circle is prepared, The and in the center the dancers, both male and female, perrorm the most A Comparison. same in a few days." As the During the dance they feast on skin of the baleen wbaia whale. farmer does not want to be small 1b about The inch thick and looks like an in the matter of small things, he rubber. The solid blubber between it lodge. "All right." Another teen inches thick. The black skin and the blubber, the latter cut to the thickcomes in the same way, until the ness of the former, is called moktnk and is considered a great delicacy, it whole of the wheat has been is eaten raw and, although it sounds ear, is muse repulsive sold to 1,000 different persons. palatable. to Itthe civilized something has a flavor No one purchaser concerns him- like that of chestnuts. Youth's Companion. self about it, and of course that Prime Numbers. could not help him any. He does It might appear at first that every number can be divided by some numrealize that the farmer has frit- ber besides itself and one; but many they cannot numbers cannot, tered away his crop of wheat in they are known asand if numbers. Ot prime little dribs and that he is serious- all the numbers having a value of less than 1,000. there are IGU that are ly embarrassed in his business prime. Of these twenty-siare smaller appear between than 100. twenty-onbecause his debtors treat it as a 100 and '200. sixteen between 200 nnn 800. sixteen between 300 and 4ut small matter. But if all would seventeen between 400 and 500. four pay him promptly, which . they teen between 500 and Ono. sixteen (500 and 700. fourteen Detween 700 and SOU. fifteen between S00 and could do as well as not, it would 900 and fourteen between XX) and enable him to carry on his busi- 1.00U ness without delay. The above His Vacation. says x e ne-twe- and the true flesh is usually about four- negro cleaning the A comparison is too true of the yard woman bad u wife had been dead for her. His difficulities that a newspaper for several years So his employer pro- man has to contend with. To Get Rid of Blackbirds. The following that reliable we clip from publication, The seized a favorable moment and ceeded to sound him. "John." she said, "you're a good, steady man. Lots of women would tie glad to have you. Why don't you get a wife?" John leaned on his rake and scratched his head reflectively "Well. I tell you." he replied. "You know I was married seven years, an' I've got to have a rest." Indianapolis News. Country Gentleman, "Three The Price of a Kid. Cordova is full of fun, says C. Bogue years ago I discovered a method Luffmann in his "Quiet Days In Spain." and in the there of driving the blackbirds away the observer leisurely pace of life apprehas time to see and from my trees that have been ef- ciate all of It In the market one 0ay a small boy fective and has been every year with a big apron and a pompous manner was offering half of a small kid to since. After trimming the limbs a woman for a peseta. She objected fairly that it was very tiny, and from the shade trees I painted smothered her with: "Woman!heDo you the cut parts with pine tar, I want half a bull for a tenpence?" Which? noticed that the birds left in a Is woman more interesting than man. very short time after flying into or the reverse? Man varies more. He has more genius in exceptional Indithe trees that evening, and on viduals, and less of genius-likinsight in the average person. He completes; the second evening they came woman endures. He builds externally, she at home. He lights; she preserves. and went almost immediately. men are opinion is e J stock farm at Millers-bur- g is reported to have bought and shipped 6,000 lambs during the present year. The prices paid for the lambs ranged from six to eight cents a pound, which was not b'ad for the farmers who had lambs to sell. It may be remembered incidentally that that Kentucky could produce easily twice the number of sheep that are now being raised and doubtless would do so but for the fact that the State is overrun with dogs. There is no mon- A live They did not return for about three weeks, when I again painted part of the trees with pine Natural Objection. "Why won't that rich old curmuds-eotar. After the first evening the let his young wife act in amatenc birds did not return to the trees theatricals?" "Because the last time she took part during the entire summer.. Pine everybody raved about the way she acted a merry widow part." Baltimore tar seems to do t;he trick." American. n Our worthless that more interesting than women, but that woman is more interesting than mau. Harper's Weekly. Getting In the Picture. ; "Some have greatness thrnst upon' them." coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep "I know. They blunder accidentally andj Steel Boxes and Into a film." Kansas City Journal. Metallic Caskets, I keep.on hands a full stock of two hearses. Prompt service night or A Compromise. Fond Hubby (starting down town) day. Eesidence Phone 29, office What will it be. love flowers or candy? Phone 98. Wifle We'll compromise, dear. You 45-- 1 yr Ad VJ. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky, ?an send both. Judge. Nothing Is possible to him who Is al- -i ways drejiraing of his past possibilities. THE 'ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 W ADAIR COUHTYM Every Wednesday T We j Gradyville. --., - are having delightful - 8Y THE . weather for the last few days. , Adiir County Nes Company. 'JJssMattie Dulm visited relatives at Edmonton a few days ( Incorporated- J of last week. EDITOR. 'BHAS. S. HARRIS Mr. S. A. Harper has been in BtBoocratic newspaper devoted to the in- a very critical condition for the terest of the City of Columbia and the people past few days. AAtlr&nd adjacent counties. Miss Sallie Diddle, of Column as Entered at the Columbia bia, is visiting her relatives here 1 class mail matter. , ,: , this week. Subscription price $1.00 per year. Post-office f ablishcd our town wereihighly entertained by the ladies of our town and community last Saturday afternoon. The children were delighted with the occasion and it will be a bright spot in their memory for days to come. We will close by asking what has become of the railroad that was to run out of Columbia in the near future. Rowes ,50 X (fr&aOOe 4 9 4Mfr44Mfr4.fr$44$4 4 ( The Armies of Europe 4 Mobilizing for War The Farmers of Adair County should be mo bilizing for a Big Wheat Crop. , n fl sec-s- Roads. WED. SEPT. 9, 1914 J. A. Wilmore returned - ..to JpVtllL DEMOCRATIC! TICKET. ForU. J Judge N. H Moss is having of Franklin County. some repairing done on his dwelling, which will add greatly to For U. S. Senator Short Term there is 12 or 14 of my company x Mrs. Coy Dudgeon and two lit$ appearance as well as the living yet tell the HON. J. N. CAMDEN, to the story. daughters, returned to their , IT tle 1 r of WoodfordSCounty. convenience. you that are living yet, home in Lebanon, after a pleasMr. Jacob Nelson and son, of and see this in print, oh, how I ant visit of two weeks. .For Congress Greensburg, spent several days would love to see you all again. Game Warden, T. I. Smith, is T Was a Wise Old Saying HON. HARVEY HELM, in this section of country last This I don't ever expect to ho. pulling the boys for fishing. Slill and that is exacty.what I want us to dp of Lincoln County. weekllookine after their busi I uar. eiery I am now 70 and you all are old- they fish just the same. FARMER wlio has Sheep, to investigate my work, and set if this is ness affairs. ,.Fpr Judge .Court of Appeals er. I am the baby-soldiof old not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to et Cassius BreedMr. and Mrs. the beat HONIROLLIN HURT, Dr. Staples, of Gallion, Ala., Co., G. Boys, let us spend the ALUE for it. Now if youdon't want vonr Wnni T ing, of Neatsburg, spent Saturwill pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICK, for I of Adair County. in company with H. A. Walker, rest of our few days in the serneed every day and Sunday with Mr. and pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to me old fashiond of Columbia, spent a few hours vice of our Lord, so our last days rodent Mrs. Ed Hancock. goods like our mothets used to make, in the manufciyure We did not give Gen. Garnett's calling on their friends in our may be our best ones. Boys, of ets, iianneis, L.incy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc Let me hear frorr Mr. Short Moore, who has been opinion, in last week's issue, in town one day last week. onr live to do good to those that I Wool this season any' way. living in Hardin county, has Tegard to the road tax in Lewis Good-byGoods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. Mrs. Millie Hill and her daugh will see no more. moved to this place to make his county, correctly. We stated Meet me in heaven. ter, Ruth, were on the sick list Farmers Woolen Mills. future home, that "General Garnett has de- a few days of las week. E. L. BEECG, Mc.r. Our neighbor. Tiger MontgomMr. J. W. Sublett and his niece, P.O. Jamestown, Ky. cided that the vote was legal and Shipping Toint - CiPPb. r n.... """.. $ Mr. P. H. Keltner, one of our ery fell dead at his home, near Miss Madeline Bridgewater, are $ tax must be paid." That the $ here, last Sunday as the sun was $, in the St. Joseph hospital, Louiswas not the purport of the opin- best farmers, presented us with setting. He had been bad in ville, being treated for appendiion. The Attorney General held one of the largest beets that was health for a long time, but was that the constitutional amend- ever grown in this section of able to go around most of the citis. Notice Public SAVE MONEY ment authorizing the counties to country. This beet weighed time. He went out to hack up a Born, to the wife of John pounds, and 0HLFENGING issue bonds for road purposes eight and one-haGeneral BlacKsmithing Vance, on the 2nd., a son. Before you fccyan-othin every partic- little stove wood, He fell over, had been adopted, was a subrod of fence. Lee Biggs was painfully hurt Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly come la and get our never spoke a word. Brother ular. If any one can beat this special pnees on done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia stantial compliance with the Montgomery was a good man, a last Wednesday evening. Dr. attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and of the constitution which beet, let us hear from him through good neighbor. He was a mem- Atkinson was called and at presDEAL FENCE News. satisfaction Guaranteed. requires the Governor to pro- the ent he is better. ber of the Methodist church in Shop on Depot St. near L. & X. Depot, claim the adoption of the amendWe are glad to say that our good standing. His funeral was IBHH PHONE. NO. ;:. 11IHU ment. He did not hold that the farmers are very much delight- preached by Bro., Beck, Russell Creek. at the vote of Lewis county was legal ed over the prospect of our corn Liberty church, in the presence JEFF PARSON, and that the taxes would have crop, and we are glad to say that Crops have come out wonderCampbellsville, Ky. of a very large crowd of friends. WE BUY IT DIRECT to be paid. In fact, that question there never was a better prosfully since the good rains. His remains were laid to rest in from the mill that makes both was not before nor considered by pect for a tobacco crop. We are the Wolford graveyard. He is There is the largest crop of the wire and the fence. Yon "W. T. reliably informed that Ed and him. 9 small peaches in this part of the counAITOIINEY.AT-IJIcan't buy any fence more di- survived by his wife, Houston Bradshaw, and Robert COIUAIUIA, KESTUCKVl rectandyou can't beat Square by his last wife and 3 try thathas been for many years. Will Practice in all' the Courts. The Anderson County News is Grady and sons have the best to children Deal prices when you compare by his first wife. He has a son Mr. J. N. Squires, who is vis0!fice:-- ln Rollin Hurt's Olfice. reminded that it has uninten- bacco crop that was ever grown materials, weight and size. in the army. When last heard iting friends and relatives in tionally omitted one name from in this section of country. While R. K. Young bought two calves See the Square Deal Lock of he was in Mexico. Carroll Co., Mo., writes that he its Democratic ticket. theirs perhaps is the best, there the knot with "a grip that will not There is much sickness in here likes the country fine and is hav for $47.00, from Trabue Shearer. are a number of crops that not is slip." Notice there are no brittle welds Cardinal Giaeomo Delia Chiesa, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cundin;, of Fever is the trouble now in these ing an enjoyable visit. to snap, no cumbersome knots to hold very much behindt hem. Taking moisture and gather rust. . See the Archbishop of Bologna, was parts. Loren Miller and wife Prof. R. O. Cabbell began a Green county, passed through wavy strand wires that spring Square the country over, while the acreDeal Fence bact into place after sud- -' elected Pope to succeed Pius X. are better. Vernon Selby, is no singing Cyclone school house this place last Monday en route dea heavy strains; see the age is not so much as usual, the stay wires that prevent sagging, bag- yet. His mother is bet- last Wednesday night with a to Mt. Pleasant, the latter to be His coronation took place last better quality is so much better it will gingand buckling; require iewer lence Sunday. He is a native of Italy. nice class. at the bedside of her mother, ter. posts, saving money, time and labor. permake up for the shortage and Mr. John R. Cundiff and son, Mrs. Nellie Conover, who is danBrothers Montgomery and C. R. finicfcsT, . It has been given out from haps we will get as much or more are in a great meeting at John Will, visited at Gradyville, gerously sick. money than if we had a full crop Washington that Congress will Columbia. Ky. Methodist church here this week. last Sunday and Monday. Miss Rose Hunn, our school adjourn by the first day of Oc- out. Thenext time you come to town, call in Mr, Billy Todd, of Romine Tay- teacher, gave a pie supper at Needmore No 2 sold 24 dozen and let us show you Square Deal Fence, Many Representatives tober. A good man gone. Mr. John and get our Square Deal prices. Made by cal- lor county, was visiting Ernest Hutchison school house last Fri Keystone Steel&WireCo.J'eoriajn.llDj are anxious to return home. departed this life, on fruit cans and 800 yards of S. Moore ico one day this week in 3 hours. and John Will Cundiff last Sat- day night in order to build a it the 30th, of August, in his 79th At a meeting of the State Exbrary, for the benefit of the chil urday night. We still need more. year. & oetter cnnstian never ecutive and State Central Comht Hero Mr. OIlie Conover, of Colum- dren. There is not a better Beldon Helm is in from Illilived, and when the end came mittees, held in Louisville last teacher and christian lady under he was be tter. He lived in our nois. He has been gone six bia, was through this part of (KY tiOKHKT T.KK C. M 1'BSL.i. ) week, Thos. R. Rhea was chosen the sun than Miss Rose Hunn. the country buying calves. town for over twenty years and months. i man who'cat.' WML jv .IM1 to manage the Democrat camTrabue bhearer Jr. bought a The Cane Valley brass band fur- The we haS every opportunity to pleasure paign, and Urey Woodson was Cane Valley. work mule from Allen Walker nished the music and I want to In tillmt: tin know him and if he had an enmiJ. naw roimii. say it was just fine, for the old elected National Committeeman for $110. emy we never heard of it. He or iiie tiitmnier Or in wjh dint: r.'i gray bonnet rang through the While to succeed John C. C. Mayo. oUiei are in,' around; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Breeding Ernest Cundiff and mother viswas strictly honest in all his woodland far and near. Oh, lie who fol.oAS hi tiitme's ot corn- - ' Veterans of the Spanish Ameri- dealings with his fellow man. left for their home in Gainsville, ited J. P. Todd, of Romine, last what a joy to know we can have , intrce Or dins the itr.r j, sltAfi nt t:i mine. can War, in a meeting held at He leaves a wife and seven chil- Texas, last Tuesday. They made Sunday. good band music in the country. Or who puc- - ihH s"H: bhu-Cin Mrs. Alver Thomas, of Camp -Louisville last week, about ten dren. His death was the first the trip in an automobile. Stick to your music boys, for i' Mr. Urban Keltner, the cham- bellsville was visiting Mr. Geo. states being represented, indors- link' to be broken out of his famAi:t! :.' ui lo ip"i:it:. you are fast coming to the front. This man is ' he hero f heroes ed President Wilson's peace pol- ily. His youngest child is over pion tobacco grower of this coun- Todd and sisters, last week. John Will Cundiff has joined ' : T':nie. .t i! icy, and asked the Government thirty years of age. His funeral ty, has about ten thousand pounds Will Ed Squires bought five the Cane Valley Brass band. - ...Mil, Tnen le in St to make rigid examination of all was conducted by his pastor, of burley cut and housed. Wm. head of yearling calves from tl e i: i. a)4i - t .i " Loek For Sale. "V " soldiers returning from the trop- Rev. Depew, and his remains Givens pulls up very close to him Roger Page for $31.00 each. in the family cemetery, with some awful fine tobacco. ics, see that none Were ' affected interred Same party sold to R. K. Young One hundred and orty acres of rich, ' .'"audience of sorIs ofitti caii?J '.', tjZi. iun and' new tobacco land with improvements with contageous diseased before before a large Miss Cattie Wilaon, of Green two head of cattle for $35.00 each. $': u and seeding privileges. Price, $3,500. const (:it it 11, in.d qitft landing. Tiie vetearns gave a rowing friends and relatives. county, is visiting Mrs. R. B. Scott Todd sold to same party Address, Wile!! Clt:UIljffl.;ll."l ;:if ia- - ' J. W. Caldwell, hig parade, all in uniform. ken For sit.-t- j Pmi fwis 10 Ad ) The Sunday School children of Wilson, who is quite sick. two calves for $60,00. McKinney, Ky. S. Senator Long Term HON. J. C. W. BECKHAM, Lexington last Friday; ;r J. Q. Diddle spent a day 6r so at Greensburg last week.Messrs. J. H. Smith and A. R. Keltner returned from the Blue Grass section last week. Mr. J. F. Pendleton, the stock dealer of Greens-burspent a day or so in our community last week looking afwell-known g, ter stock. years ago today was a great dayvwith me. My time was out inthe war. The great battle of Jbrie'sboro, Ga., was fought Sept. 1 and, 1864. This was the final wind up of the Atlanta siege. The 3rd day of Sept., the third Ky., was released at Lovjoy Station, and started homeward, with glad hearts and sore feet all haggard worn and almost dead. We had been on the firing line day and night for four months. - The 3rd Ky., started south with 1,000 men, our loss was 449, and today Com-rade- s, Sec Us t For Wheat Drills ' and Fertilizers Examine your old Drills now, and let us know what repairsfyou need, thereby saving Express or Postage. The Jeffries Hardware Store. "6"9Q"9iQ4"0"8"6' C"frQ"frfr9$$e$4$4 v$x$$sm Lei us Keason feather 5 q tc-da- j. er -- V e, $$$ to the sv $s lf well-develop- er ed pro-"visio- ns !ltllllflllftt ) OTTLEY U ' one-pie- ce Cap-sha- w rt-u- l e - tni-.- rt- - ',! to. ! . -- .-- ! " 1 - p-a- rs -- i. 41-t- f. - TtfE ADAIR COlTNTY NEWS . - S Personals. Trt J. G. Staples was called to his home in Gallion, Ala., last Tuesday. His wife aud son, James, will remain ' ' here several weeks. Mr. W. G. Ctelland, of Lebanon," was here a few days ago. Mr. W. P. Nunnally made his regular trip to Columbia one day last week. Mr. Roy Helm, fc f.", Additional Personals. Local Market. To-day. Lindsey-Wiiso- n A is 10 : Training School Safe Place to Put Your Children. EggB.....,..i.....: Hens Chickens : 11 I am now ready to receive work at 00 : Turkeys of Bakerton, was my old stand in the corner of the HanLindsey-WiJsohere at the opening of the Geese r He was a former student of cock Hotel. If your watch is not run8 that institution, but recently returned ning right call and let me examine it. Ducks First class work guaranteed. from College, Oxford, England. 22 Wool spring clipping 44-L E Young, Jeweler. Mr. R. L. Smythe is attending the 12 Hides (green) Celiua, Tenn., Fair. His wife and Misses Sue King and Pearl Nave, 4G children went some days ago. Feathers Teachers in the Graded School, spent 7X60 Rev. J. A. Johnson, wife and chil- Saturday night with the Misses Dun- Ginseng dren, Hanson, Hopkins, county, are bar, near town. 25 Beeswax visiting at the home of M r. J. A. Eng3 25 Judge J. C. Carter and Mr. Terry Yellow Root lish. CoMr. G. B. Smith was in Louisville Humble. Tompkins ville, reached pjayApple(per lb) last week, purchasing supplies for his lumbia Sunday afternoon, the former mill, which is to be operated on a lot en route to hold court at Liberty, the Adair County Court. back of and to the right of the Han-'coc- latter en route to Russell Springs. Mrs Ada Taylor, mother of Messrs, Hotel, from the square. L. 0. and A. O. Taylor, who has been Called Term, Aug. 24th, .1914. X Rev. J. S. Chandler was in Louisvisiting here, returned to her home in This day came W. L. Russell'and ville last u'eerf, attending the annual twenty-tw- o other residents and.,.legal meeting of the2 Board of Education Lexington, of voters of Election Precinct No. Louisville Conference. Messrs. Romie Judd, James Holla-da-, Adair county, Ky., known as Roley Ernest Harris and Miss Lois HoiMr. J. T. Gowdy, of Campb'ellsville, laday will leave for Georgetown Col- voting precinct, and filed their petiwas here last Thursday. tion signed by said legal .voters as relege the latter part of this week. quired by law asking the court to enter Mr. Lincoln Denton returned from Mr. F. H. Durham and little son, an order submitting to the legal voters Wednesday. Somerset last and Mrs. M. E. Durham have, re- of said precinct to be voted on at Mrs. Geo. W. Staples returned from turned from Merrimac, Ky. regular Ifovember Election, 1914 the t the milliriery market'last week. She Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cheatham, Ba- question as to whether or not cattle Migs Nora .Cliff, of 4. has employed any species shall be permitted to Princeton, who i an experienced kerton, visited relatives in Adair of ' county last week. Mrs. Cheatham is run at large in said precinct, to include . trimmer, and who will be here in a all cattle of the cow kind, horses, a daughter of Mr. J. H. Young. few days. mules, Jacks, Jennetts, hogs, sheep, Judge T. A. Murrell, wife and, two and goats, and by order of court the said Mr. B. 1 Rakestraw, of Campbells-ville- , A was here Thursday, en route children, daughter and son. were in petitioners deposited with the court Columbia Sunday, from Lebanon. home from Cumberland county. S8.00 to defray the expenses of said Miss ZellaJPelley, who is engaged to Mr. J. N. White, who. has been in Election and upon consideration of the x teach' in the public Schools of Pine- - the revenue service, is at home for petition the prayer of same is granted and the Clerk of this Court is ordered , ville, left "last Friday morning and the present. to prepare and furnish ballots to said commenced work Monday morning of Mr. Hoiace Massie, Taylor cpunty, precinct in accordanfee with this order, this week. was here Monday. and the Sheriff ,is ordered to have Mr. John A. Harris will leave toopened at the November Election, Mr. Jo Russell reached home Satur- 1914, day for Columbia. Tenn., where he is a poll upon said question, but day night. engaged in teaching. before doing so notice of same must Sliss Jennie Garnett left Saturday Mrs. E. L. Sinclair and son, Stan-le- , be duly advertised in a newspaper pubWilliamsburg, where she morning for,. who have been visiting at Mont-pelier- . lished in and hrving a general circulation in Adair county as required by sevhas been engaged in teaching for have returned home. 8 law. years. eral Miss Gary Rosenfield was quite sick A copy. Attest Mr. aud Mrs. C. M. Barnett and the first of the week. Walker Bryant, Clerk, their visitor, Rev. Jesse H. Wells, By L. O. Taylor, D. C. Prof. Ivan McDougle was here Monleft for Mt. Vernon, 111., last week. day and left Tuesday" morning for Mr. Jo M.JRosentield left a few days Worcester. Mass , where he is in ColCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. ago, for Evansville, Ind., where he lege. will remain almonth before going to Mr. Edgar Royse left Tuesday mornMt. Vernon, 111. ing for Bowling Green, where he will ADAIR CIRCUIT CO CRT Mr. and Mrs. Houston Quin, Mr. attend school. OF KENTUCKY. and Mrs. Arthur Hamlet, Miss Jennie Mr. W. T. McFarland, who is a vicISashold, all of Louisville, were in ) tim of hay fever, was dangerously ill L. M. Wilburn. &c, Pltll from Grillln Springs. vs. for a few hours Monday afternoon. He ) Deft. Miss Sallie Williams, one of Colum is better at this Writing. Charlie Wilburn, &c, By virtue of a Judgment and Order bia's best young ladies, left Friday Mrs. Will Tupman, Mrs. Wilbur of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renmorning for Milligunr Tenn., where Reynolds and Mrs. M. E. Williams dered at the May Term, thereof, 1914, she will be engaged in teaching for will leave Friday for Louisville where in the above cause, I shall proceed to the next nine mpnths. they will visit several weeks. Mrs. oiler for sale at the Court-hous- e door Mr. LeslieJ Allen, of Bessemer, Ala., Williams will be the guest of her sisin Columbia, Ky , to the highest bidarrivedjFriday evening and will visit ter, Mrs. Ann Wilson. der, at Public Auction, on Monday, his parents a week or two. the 21st day of Sept., 1914. at one Prof. C. Turner left here Saturday o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being morningjfor Greenville, Ky , his wife Circuit Court,) upon a credit of six having preceded him to that place months the following described proptwo weeks ago. On the 2Gth of this A certain tract of land erty, month Prof. Turner will enter the COMMISSIONER'S 5ALE. situated in Adair county, Ky., on the theological seminary at Louisville. waters of Glensfork creek, near Glen- ville, containing about 70 acres, fully Jliss MaryJGrissom left for Tennes- ADA1R CIRCUIT COURT described by meets and bounds in tUe' see a few days ago. where she is en OP KENTUCKY. Judgment and Order of Sale, which gaged in an institution of learning j can be found of record in order book teaching masic. )m W. G. Roy & J. W. Roy No. 14, page 226, in the office of the i Exors. of Asa M. Roy's will Mr. J. T. Goodman and wife were in j v tj Coii ) Deft. Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, to Columbia Saturday, en route to their i gy 'vjrtue of judgment and Order of which reference is made for particuhome, Rowena, from TorupkinsvMu . ,p of Adair circuit Court, rendered lars. For the purchase price, the purand Glasgow. at the'May term, thereof, 1914, in the chaser, with approved surety or must execute Bond, bearing Misses Mary and Corinne Shearer, above cause, for the sums of three hun- dollars and ninety legal interest from the day of sale unBurkes-vlll- e dred and forty-si- x who have been visiting near for the past three weeks, return-ed'hom- e cents, and 356.50 costs herein, I shall til paid, and having the force and efproceed to oifer for sale at the Court- fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be last Wednesday. house door in Columbia, Ky., to the prepared to comply promptly with Mr. Coakly Cowherd, Campbells-villhighest bidder, at public auction, on these terms. who is attending the L. W. T. Monday, W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. the 21st day of Sept., 1914, at S., spent from Friday until Monday, one o'clock, p. m., or thereaboutf bewith his cousins, John W , Rettie and ing Circuit Court,) upon a credit of Farm for Sale, Sallie Butler, near town. six months the following described Miss Mattie Taylor, who is the mu- property, A certain tract of Four hundred acres of land off the sic teacher at Harrogate, Tenn., is at land situated in Adair county, Ky., 54 acres less 18 acres sold Jo M. Thomas farm, lying near Mill-towhome on a visit. containing Mrs. H. V. Denver, who has been otf to Asa M. Roy, deceased, said lands Adair county, Ky.,forsale. Also with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Marcum, are fully described by meets and bounds the tirmfr on the entire body will be all summer, lett for her home, Lex- in the Judgment and Order of Sale oak, and which is of Record in the office of the sold. It is the finest of white ington, Tenn., last Saturday. 600 acres, two hunis Mr. Luther Gadberry and mother, Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court in the entire tract Order Book No. 14, page 205, to which dred acres goes to widow, but not the of Phil, visited Mr. G. M. Stevenson and family aud other friends about reference is made for particulars, timber. The sale of this propertywill For the purchase price, the purColumbia several days of last week. sold publicly some time in Septemchaser, with approved surety or se- be Mrs. Sarah E. Barger spent several curities, must execute Bond, bearing ber. In the meantime bidders can days of last week in Columbia, stop- legal interest from the day of sale call and see the land and timber. ping at the home of Mr. G. M. Steven- until paid, and having the force and C. A. & J. A. Thomas, son. Bidders will effect of a Judgmeut. Milltown, Ky. Mr. R. A. Squires, of Louisville, be prepared to comply promptly with n. 3t i mr JMin uwfvk ftwBNXmxb -- "'Jm k to-da- y, Boys and 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 1. nis courts, basket ball floor, track,!etc Thorough courses. Our graduatesenter the best colleges and universities with- out Good moral and religious influences but not sectarian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, pression, Voice, Art. Ex- Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. For information address. MOSS & CHANDLER, ' doing my own house work, so you may guess I have had some experience by this time I am still employed by Ed Smith. I am about eleven miles from and six miles from I find lots of Kentuckians Car-rollto- 1 '' Columbia, Ky. He has a fine farm of 510 acres. About 300 in blue grass, and is A big creek rims through it the long way. I am only about three and one e' half miles from Mr. Luther and Sawney Browning. I see them most every week. I get the News on Friday. I am always glad to hear from Columbia and would like to see' a letter from Milltown. I always appreciate the Gradyville and Rus- sell Creek letters. It is my tention to come home Christmas ' and I will show you 1 can talk much better than I can write. Yours truly, well-watered n Boa-wort- h. Wil-mor- here. This is a fine farming country. There is a lot of corn raised in this part of Missouri. The crop will be light here on account of the dry Most all the early corn burned up, but we about an inch rain the 19th, and that has improved the looks of things lots and it is thought that late corn may do pretty well yet, if it continues to rain, 44-4- t. j in-h- ad the acreage of tobacco is not more than sixty per cent, the duality of the weed will be better than for years. Many will begin cutting next week. The largest melon crop ever raised in this county is being marketed. Melons are of splendid flavor.-Thiis also a banner fruit year, and the market is over supplied with peaches. Among those from here whG entered the Lindsey-Wiiso- n at the opening of the fall term Catherine Hagan and Susie Moss, and Mayes Durham. ar-Mis- s -- " ses : I j Jim C. Shirley. Pastures are awful short at Greensburd- present. There are about 160 head of cattle and horses here, Mrs. L. A. Mclnhart and son, and it is quite a job for one man to keep them all at the right Brie Routzongof Spokane, Wash-placwhen they get to break- - ington, arrived here last week They forto make their home. ing out. I have had all I could manage merly lived in this county and for the last week, but Mr. and are now with Dr. J. J. Booker Mrs. Smith will be home some and Mrs. Booker for a time. The graded school, at this time this week. They are visit- ing in Illinois. They made the ' Pce, will open its fall term, trip in their automobile. They Sept., 7th, Prof. S, A. Beauch-wrot- e ' me they made 300 miles amp, of Buffalo, Ky., will be the first day after they left home, principal and Mrs. Beauchamp We have fine roads here. They will be assistant principal. Miss ' are dragged after each rain just Eva Hodges will teach the sev-a- s they are dry enough to enth and eighth grades; Miss Mallie Graham will teach fourth, smoothe up good. I see in the News that you fifth and sixth' and Miss Laura have been blessed with good ' Cantre11 wiU have the first- lately. This has been an ond and third Srades-awfu- l dry season here all the' A number of new autos have way through. Wheat and oat come into the county the past crop was not so good as it was few months. Among those who last year. We went over the recently purchased were: Mr. same territory with the thresher E. E. Perkins, at Thurlow; Mr. this year that we did last. We Fount Philpot, Liletown; Dr. E. were out 14 days this time and L- - Thompson, Pierce, At a recent meeting of the threshed 12,519 bushels and last year we were out 23 days and ; Board of Directors of the Greens-threshe- d about 20,000 bushels, burg Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware- We will start out to fill silos house Company, it was decided as soon as Smith gets home. to erect another large storage There has been quite a number and prizing room. This work of them put up here this sum- - will soon begin and will be ready mer. Some have already been for the season's opening in Nov. filled and some people are wait- - Heavy rains have fallen in the ing to put their late corn in. county all the weeK. Urops are Farmers Smith has a 170 ton silo and fed in splendid condition. 100 head of cows and calves last say they have never seen finer winter and did not feed it all out. prospects for a corn crop. Whlie ! , Additional Locals. e, to-wi- t: The Missionary Institute of the Columbia District has been m Delsession here this week. egates from many parts of the District were here and an interesting meeting was held. Mrs. R. L. Cowherd, of Early's Chapel church, Taylor county, was re elected President, and Miss Maud Cowherd, of Bengal, was reelected Secretary, Rev. W. R. Waggenor, of Campbellsville. attended the meetings and delivered two splendid addresses. Hodges Chapel church, of this county, sent the largest number of delegates. An epidemic of cyphoid fever is reported to be in a malignant e, ! see-rai- ns I to-wi- r. n, , form in. the Pierce neighborhood. It is attributed to the drinking water, which in many instances came from very lew supply in the wells. Physicians are surprised that so little fever has re sulted trom the condition of drinking water during the recent dry weather. The annual meeting of thfc Green County Sunday School t 44-2- t. spent Saturday aud Sunday in bia. Colum- these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Carrollton, Missouri. j All parties owing me accounts call dianapolis, to visit the former's sister, and settle at once. I need .the money. Editor News: Mrs. Talmage Smith, and the Misses 43-tThis beautiful J. F Patteson. f, MiEses Jennie McFarland, Ora and Mallie Moss, left Friday a. m. for In- -- Rafert. They will attend the Indiana alone and a little lonesome on a State Fair. Miss McFarland will probFebtiljzek For Sale. At the old ranch in old Missouri. I hsve ably be from home during the fall and be missed by the ! Column factory. It will he to your winter. She will been batching now for three interest to see me or Hurt Bros. young people. weeks, and it is my' first time of U, L. Antle. 444b day finds me , Contention was held 'at Pierce. Wednesday of this week. Rein, together with the epidemic of fever prevailing around that vicinity, permitted only a small attendance. A splendid program had d and maqyin-- j teresting numbers of it were given. Mr. J. McV. Shreve was reelected President and Miss Uz-z- ie Graham was reelected Sec. been-arrange- V. retary. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS KEEPING SWINE Notice to. the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia UgpETflKEf?. HEALTHY IN WINTER If Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health As health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers and on the platform, the mass of women re beginning to realize what the more ultivated have always known, that ood health cannot be found In a powder ox. The externals of health may be btained in that way, but the basis of .ealth lies deeper, and yet is just as asily obtained. woman can do for herself, andthat about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, pimples, the general air of lassitude the is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best In the estimation of most women Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far UMONIA left me With a frightful rnnorh mifl very weak. I had spells when I could hardlv breathfi or snpnl-- fnr in tn 9( minutes. My doctor could not help me, out i was completely cured by convenient have your feed and attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and hog xiest in a small wood lot or blue grass pasture. Never ring hogs, but satisfaction Guaranteed. let them root to their hearts' desire, Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot. writes F. L. Rodehaven of Ohio in the National Stockman. Never put more PHONE NO. 75 I keep constantly on hands a nice line than thirty-fiv- e or forty together, and construct a good board pen about 8 t Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and PARSON, by 1G feet for sleeping quarters. Place Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Campbellsville, Ky. the sleeping quarters on a raised piece over Cumberland Grocers Co., of ground as far away from the feed"olumbia, Kj'. Phone 52 A. place as convenient. Board the ing pen up tight, but leave an air space at Clever Dog. each end and a 2 by 2 feet entrance. Have a wide board hinged to one side to make it convenient to clean out. If Animals are often found havyon have it on a dry spot do no? floor It, but let them sleep on the ground. Bed them once a week with the refuse ing as much sense, almost, as and left over cornstalks from the sta human beings. Victor Hugo, ble or feed y having the sleeping quarters and who was well known to be a feeding place separated the hogs will get the needed exercise in cold weather great lover of animals, had a In going to their feed when they are disinclined to stir about When the favorite dog while living in Jer weather is not too cold they will for- sey whom he used to bathe every age for roots and nuts, and not being xinged are able to secure considerable morning in the sea. The dog food by rooting. About every four or five weeks, when the weather is warm. was not altogether fond of this JEFF The most important thing a Lo-:ati- on J. S. Jones. Daily remedy before buying it in the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washinston St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters. etc.v which are entirely too violent uomen should see to it have at least one movementthat they of the bowels each day, and when showing any Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the small dose prescribed. A brief use of It will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all form's of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experie.ice. among them Miss V. L. Moore, 32 Claiborne Kt., Nashville, Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this DR. KING'S New Discovery 50c Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. : C. D. s Crenshaw! SURGEON VETERINARY lot-B- Courier Journal Birdseve view ot our Plant $6.00 a i ear Sunday Special Attnetin to Eyes practice. One morning Senator had a bad cold and coughed continuously, and his master nursed him tenderly, and naturally the morning bath was discontinued for the time. Senator, however, was soon convelescent, and the The Berkshire breed of hogs have weather being warm, the mornremarkable vitality and strong digestive organs, enabling them to assimilate less food into the greating bathe was started once more. er gain of flesh which Is of the highest quality. They can be fatThe dog began to cough violenttened at any age. They are prolific, careful mothers and good milkers. ly again, and his master kept No breed excels them for grazing. Experiments show they will prohim at home and tended him pounds of meat from each duce acre of clover consumed and double that amount when fed one carefully to get rid of every pound of corn daily for every hundred pounds of live weight. When trace of the cold. Senator was in pasture they should have shade and plenty of pure water. The .sow soon quite well again, and one shown is a fine type of the Berkshire. fine morning the poet got ready get them up and spray them with a for his walk, and whistling for food dip heated to a rather warm his companion, started for the temperature. Never give them too much bedding, and when the nest shore. Senator, however, knew .gets a little dusty give it a good spraying too. that this meant the hated bathe Be sure there is plenty of good running water or a self feeding tank for once more, and forthwith began them to drink at Keep slack coal nd salt and wood ashes by them all coughing again Swith all his the time. Feed a mixture of mid- might. He could not havecaught dlings, bran and a little tankage or dlmeal and use some feeding molasses cold again all of a sudden, but Slake this mixture into a thin slop bj putting it in the troughs and pouring was clever enough toknow that the water on it Let the hogs do the mixing themselves, which they will do a bad coughmeant no bath, and to the complete satisfaction of all con- he acted accordingly. COO Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fairpricea. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or 6tock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- Courier Journal AR ED ON BtfRKSVlLLE HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. $2.00 a Year Joseph Best Natioual News '. State News (( x H. Stone, w iMir? "Largest in Dixie" r"! A w- - ' Attonev-At-La- Local News V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky Market Reports (i (4 Louisville, Kentucky. 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Courier-Journ- al Company on with a feather, and only aggravatOf comparatively modern oring the sore, in my desperation one INCOIU'O RATED .day I mixed some hog's lard and sulphur together, rubbed it on freely, and igin is the choice of white for Louisville, Ky. the sores disappeared like magic, says wedding gowns. The Roman X W. Cobb in the National Stockman J. used it on cattle with like results brides Krore yellow, and in most T fnncared the stanchions with the mix-tor- Eastern countries pink is the tesidencePhone13 B Business Pho el3 and have never had a case of it bridaljcolor. During the Middle since. I have told others of it and they have used it and killed the scab Ages and in the Renaissance on their cattle. The remedy is so sim pie and easily made that a child can periodbrides wore crimson, to make and use it Just mix hog's lard of all other colors. full of sulphur and rub it in thoroughly. the exclusion IDENTISTI . e simple Remedy For This Common PesJ of the Farm Stable. Barnyard itch" is a white scabV? .growth around the eyes and in blotches on the neck and sometimes farther back on the body. It is a parasite and 'Will spread from one animal to another and will live for years in a barn that .feas been infected by cattle that have It It is transmissible to people handling cattle so affected if they should iiappeu to rub the affected spots with bare wrist or hand, as one is apt to Wedding Dresses. do in tying or stanchioning. On the human ir comes as hundreds of small festers, which scab over and keep The October bride will be inspreading and are very painful. After trying everything I could think terested to know a few facts of, even the best carbolic acid, brushed about weddingldresses. ! Diarrhoea QuicklyJCured. "1 was takenftwith Diarrhoea and Sir. Yorks, tlie;merchantLl)ere, persuaded me to try a bottle of Chamber-Iain'- s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After taking one dose of it I was cured. It also cured others that I gave itlto," writes M. E. Geb-harOriole, Pa. That is not at all unusual. An ordinary attack of diarrhoea can almost invariably be cured by one ar two doses of this remedy. Ad For sale by PaullfDruR Co. t. pears (you may get a special rect to the Courier-Journa- l. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 T. Altc;:, l:btt liver and kid .v.' but four botthbol made me fee; 1'kj PRICE 5GC7S. "i ALL '' . S-- t.S . J. j 3 ;.!-:-'.- f .. tfjtr-). :..-sS.- 3 - clubdi- y ? . L '. - ZTr bing rate,) or sand the order CO- 9 WEEKLY COUIER-JOiUR-Nhas been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25Jcents a year. A.sk for a sample'copy. AL 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matket Street; Between firsthand Brook '.ouisvisis. Ky i 1531311 jmKjKf Anrone Fending a pketch ami decrirt1mi may quickly ascertain cur op:r.:on free whether ax. Invention ts prohnbly rteniMe. 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Not only have bad results been noticed from the feeding of salt ben when sheep have been fed a liberal supply of beets or turnips abortion has been .more prevalent than otherwise. This Is attributed to the fact that tbere is anore salt In these feeds than in others. Steers canconsume enough of the ordinary not xonghage to lay on much fat While corn is generally considered almost Indispensable in finishing stock for market, wheat can be used very satisfactorily as a substitute. Owing to the fact that the grains of wheat are small ani hard it is necessary to grind it in ttfdar to sejura the best results. siderable grain is required. In' tmishing cattle for market "Wheat as a Cattle Feed. con- Most of the Plantagenet and Tudor queens were married in that Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g vivid hue which is still popular up Stairs. partsofBrittany. Mary btu-ain Columbia, - Kentucky first changed the color of the wedding garments. At her marriage withJFrancis II of France, in 1558, which took place before the great doors of Notre Dame, She was gowned hi white broLand Owners Attention. cade, with a train of pale blue Persian velvet six yards in r. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do length. This innovation caused your Surveying correctly. a great stir in the fashionable He has thirty-thre- e years world at that time. It was not, experience. Charges reahowever, until quite at the end sonable. Phone 74 or of the Seventeenth century that write pure white the color worn by T. . Faulkner, royal widows became popular rt Adair County News One Year Each Surveying For S3.50 This offer wil.l hold good for only "a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to I flffi feffl's TflDIB AT j I , FOB SALE HI BfflSTO' ai4 IimIki Tm. mnn.r hart if it falls TF-any ache in any part of. the body in! lie siteen minutes ume. t rnnloVlv t rll Rt,.TiT-!fTT-- n l- 1 IT as ilAoka Sor 3IuS- - tO Pito iiapl tad eiralir aent on request. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, . f for bridal garments. Columbia , K. this office - 342 East Main St., Lexiagtsn, Ky. j XT tv--' thejadair COUNTY NJSWS From Illinois. 1 thereof. ' Herschel Williams, who married Mr. Harvey's daughter, a few weeks ago will reside upon the farm and Mr. Harvey will doubtless make his home there also. possession Melvin Firkins and wife Amau-davill- e. COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I would have died if I hadn't cent Was Umable to Attend to Amy of Her Housework. I fattened up, and grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like anthree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this.town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. last time, was my wars! Its ingredients have a mild, tonic 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. would have to .give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of Writ fn' Chitlinnnra Medicine Co.. f jdlw' Ad. health, when I finally decided to try Ivisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special book, "Home on your case and Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly I Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapptr. 64-p- ae 5 waste a dime and think nothing of it. For a dime he can buy land enough to hold a flower bed, Land is cheap. For easy figfour hills of clover or a peach uring let us say it is worth $160 tree. The boy who can save a an acre. A square rod, then is dime can bacome independently worth only $1, and ten cents rich. Make a dime look like a worth will be a little more than little farm. The boy who learns 27 square feet or a little farm to save a dime and to know the slightly more than 5 feet on the value will some day come into side. How often a boy will his own. Ex. What Dimes Will Do. very interesting talks on educaWELL DRILLER tion. Breeding and Concord tied Williamsville, Aug. 28. 1914. on the highest number of points, I will drill wells in Adair and Editor News: each winning 25 points. adjoining counties. See me beI promised an number of fore' contracting. Latest my friends last winter while I Dirigo. machinery of all kinds. was visiting in Adair and MetPump Repairing Done. Give calfe counties to let them hear Our farmers are all feeling me a Call. from me occasionally through good. One of the largest yields C. YATES the News. of wheat ever made in this comWe have had an awfully dry munity has been garnered. The summer and the hottest weather recent rains are bringing corn to for 13 years. Crops are reason- the front, and there will probaably good though wheat made bly be mast enough to fatten the from 18 to 40 bushels to the acre, hogs to make their bacon, and oats from 25 to 45 bushels to the so we cannot but believe that acre, hay, except alfalfa, was Dirigo is in one of the best secalmost a failure, gardens reason- tions of the county. ably good, pastures are so dry J. H. Young, of Columbia, they would burn. Stock of all was here a day or so this week kinds are high. Corn will make buying cattle. He bought ten FOR 1913 almost an average yield. or twelve head at from thirty to There has been but little sum- fifty dollars per head. BRIGHTER, BETTER, mer plowing done on account of BIGGER THAN EVER Mrs. Lucy E. Campbell, who of the ground being so dry. There has been very low for the past THE REGULAR RICE OF will be but little wheat sown for three months, is still no better fear of the chinch bugs next and THE LOUISVILLE the attending physician say year. that there is no hope for her reThe Illinois State Fair will IS A YEAR. covery. on Friday, the ISth day of A. D. Stobts sold a yoke of September, and continue 8 days. If YOU WiLL SEND YOUR 0RDH calves to Dick. Cheatham, of I would like to read a letter oc- Cumberland county, for sixty TO US, YOU CAN GET casionally from Weed and Basil. dollars, and bought an aged mule Won't someone write from those from same party for fifty dollars. im-yroved are visiting relatives at this place. of the younger set from this place attended the at Breeding a night or two last week. Several J. THE J. M. Campbell is crippled up LOU IS VILLI TIMES with rheumatism at this writing. He has to use crutches to walk at all. Joppa. We are still having lots of rain, and gardens and late corn is ing fine. do- IMS Our farmers are getting a hustle on them for another big wheat and oat crop. Education seems to be looking up under the management of Eld. Huffaker. Miss Mattie Young is reported better. She was quite sick last Mucrell has charge of her school. week. Miss Elva $5.00 be-gi- n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS places? The Dally Louisville And The Times News We understand all the Quint J. J. England and A. D. Stotts You will find enclosed a one are drilling a well at Independ- Montgomery heirs have been, bill to extend my subscrip- ence shcool house. This improve- heard from, and the farm will be dollar tion one year from date of my ment has been needed for sev- sold to the highest bidder after AND expiration. All eral years. September THE L0U1SVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair County -- Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. FOR ONLY $4.50. It is Democratic, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin ted anywhere. the Kentuckians around We are having one of the best here are doing fine. schools ever taught in this disAs it is almost time for our tricts. There are from fifty to mail carrier to pass our place I'll sixty children in attendance, and have to stop here to get this off all are progressing nicely, and in today's mail. in fact we believe it would be Mr. Wm. Thompson will move Looking forward for another hard to find a better instructor to Mr. Ike Willin's farm. Mr. opportunity to again visit the than Prof Walker. Willin will move to Russell coungood people of Adair county. Eld. Hasten Shaw preached ty to see after his mother and I remain, three good sermons here, one father-in-law. court. Any one wishing a desirable home on lime land will do well to purchase it. We would be glad to know of some good citizen buying and moving in thelneighborhood. but gives all the general news. w e can G. C. Wilson. Caught a Bad Cold. each Saturday night, and Sunday night. Sunday Mrs. Fannie Willis and Miss Dora Young went to Columbia rurnisn rne rimes ana i ne Aaan Has the best corps of corrsr County News both for 4.50 per year. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p fectly. Covers the general news fiai Special Notice! completely. "Last winter my son caught a very Nine persons were baptized bad cold and the way he coughed was Monday. something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sa- near here last rah E Duncan, of Tipton Iowa. "We R. L. Campbell has been on thought sure he was going into con the sick list for the past f e w sumption. We bought just one bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and days. that one bottle .stopped his cough and William Hobson, Campbells-vill- e, cured his cold completely." For sale was here one day last week. by Paull Drug Co. Ad Craycraft. last Tuesday, to select paper for the church. With a new papered wall and new organ, I don't see any thing to hinder having a good meeting. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. He is again receiving beech lets at his mill at this place. breaking bil- Little Irene Cabbell was quite sick last week, but we are glad to state that she is about well now.' . Woodson Le Qreensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales at Special Prices. Hay Presses, Both Horse DEMOCRATIC in politics b Farmers are busy wheat ground. fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCR AWAY Mr. G. T. Bryant and family place atives. Van Franklin and family, of Mrs. Nancy Smith, of LouisGradyville, passed through this ville, is visiting her mother and one day last week brother, Mrs. Fannie and Mr. en-rou- te visited at Roley ltet week. to Tennessee to visit rel- Rollin Willis, this week. TI0N RIGHT DENTAL just closed a protracted meeting at Oak Bro. Albertson has Grove. Rollin Stapp, of will enter Bowling Green Busi- Mr. Lewis Young is greatly this place, missed out this way since he moved back to Columbia. Dr. James Triplet! DENTIST OVER PA.UIJJL, DRUG CO. ness Cbllege the first of next Mrs. Addie Taylor, of LexingTht Ozark second nine ball month. ton, has been visiting her niece, team played the Vester team last Mrs. Milton Pelston, who has Miss Dora Young, the past week. Saturday afternoon at Ozark. The score was 8 to 15 in favor of been in poor health for several Mrs. Mabel Holladay has been months, is much better at this visiting Ozark. her father and sisters, of Craycraft, this week. Farm for Sale, Four hundred acres of laud off the Jo M. Thomas farm, lying near Hill- - and Gasoline Engine Power. SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Nine Disc. See or write him before buying. writing. There was a spelling at ConJ, E. Clay well sold a mule to cord Friday night and every one RES PHONffi 20. OEE"ICE PHONB s Matthew Wooten for $155.00. reported it a success. The boiler at the saw and grist Mr. Luther Hayes and family, of Taylor county, visited Mr. J. mill belonging to W.' A. Janes & J. Hayes and family one night Co., near here bursted. The mill was removed recently and last week. it is thought the boiler was and Indigestion canned mo great distress d The School Rally held at for two yoars. I trie many things for relief, but got little help, till at last I found Friday was well attended. cracked in some, way while beit ia tho best pills or medicine I over tried Five schools participated in the ing moved. Columbia, Ky. auioiiiioii r3insi DR. KING'S C fZ. Trnt.fli.M.ftiiv.nn J'-- Woodson Lewis NewLifePills i' 25 CILVlQ .J ! TV. Vn. BOTTLE AT ALL DRI'GSISTS. MMHI II 'town, Adair county, Ky.. forsale. Also the timer ou the entire body will be sold. It is the finest of white oak, and Con-corthe entire tract is 600 acres, two hundred acres goes to widow, but nob the timber. Th sale of this property will be sold publicly some time in SeptemWilliam Harvey, of Breeding, ber. In the meantime bidders can contest Profs. Moss and Wiland see the land and timber. son, Supt Huff aker, Dr. Taylor, bought a farm near here from call C. A. & J. A. Thomas, 44.2t. Mllltoyra, Kj. Miss Nave and others made some T. B. Williams and baa take 4 V V M V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS history will repeat itself in a second siege of Pari3 is still in Vccordirig to the latest official announcement here. . G. 8ARDW!C, Pr. J. 8 COCKE. V Prcs. B. fl. BIETZMAtf.'Sec , Future military historians will write volumes about the die- FRONT, ALLIE STILL CONFIDENT. tails on" this battle, but all the British public knows officially concerning the titantic struggle the most momentous British solESTABLISHED (861 Paris, Sept. 3 With the seat of government removed to Bor- diers have fought since Waterloo is contained in one sentence of INC08P0RATED 1889 an official report issued last night by the press bureau: deaux and security assured for the temporary capital of France. IHIIlLiWSlGHTS "Continuous fighting has been in progress along almost the 4he Allies are at last prepared to strike their supreme blow against DEALERS IN the Germans invaders. All evidence points to the development of whole line of battle." ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. To this generally the French official communication adds the S counter attack on the French and British which will be delivered GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS fact that the allied forces have fallen back toward the southwest within the next few days, if not already initiated. 1301 TftlETSeNTft-Mftl- N. LOUTSlILLe is felt here that this stroke will be suc- to avoid an action which might have been engaged under unfavAbsolute confidence cessful against the Germans, whose victories have been won with orable conditions. How far and to what line the Allies have gone J m iKBW SMOKESTACKS such appalling losses that the Kaiser's lines are more exhausted U unknown. No data upon which to base a judgment of the general situaihan if they had met decisive defeat. battle line in France is available. The Paris, Sept. 3. Despite the transfer of the capital to Bordeaux, tion over the wide-flunSheet Iron and Tank WorK is declared that the situation at the front shows improvement to- - retirement of 'the Allies without a defeatand fighting every foot of it 7J the way is an expression that has become stereotyped. It is how- day. The forecity of the German assault on the French-Britisstruggle is having its ever, about the only official news that has reached London since left wing is decreasing. The long drawn-ou- t JOttBINQ WORK SOLICITED affect and there are evidences of almost total exhaustion on the Field Marshal Kitchener's story was given out last Sunday. The Russian occupation of Lemberg, the capital of Austrian- part of the enemy. AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- effect on the campaign in East The heaviest fighting on the French front today was that in Galicia, may have a tfhich the French left and the German right are still engaged, the ern Europe apart altogether from the loss of Austrian prestige s of the popGermans throwing their greatest weight on the allied line that ex- through the fall of the city. More than tended from just south of Montdidier to Roye and to Novon. The ulation are Poles and the Russians anticipate that their entry to will contribute toward the hoped-fo- r Polish uprising against German cavalry had swept South to the neighborhood of hours Germany. This uprising Emperor Nicholas contemplated when and Soissons and has been engaged for forty-eigcavalry divisions. The fighting he promised, autonomy to a united Poiish kingdom. with the united British-Frenc- h The rush of recruits for the British army is phenomenal. No covers a wide stretch and is reported to be chiefly of a skirmish fewer than 60,000 men have joined Lord Kitchener's second army nature. The fighting between Montdidier and Roye and Novon is of in the past few days. RiCE & ALLEN There can be no revelation of military secrets, nothing which She most sanguinary character. The allied line is very strongly in trenched and is heavily supported with artillery and machine guns. a patriotic censorship could criticize, in stating these facts because ELKHORN, KENTUCKY. It is admitted at the War Office that the Germans have brought the German army, which is engaging the Allies, knows precisely We have put in a Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey Geek, for many fresh troops into action, and it is considered inevitable that where their first line is drawn, and the purpose of the censorship the purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchants and Exchanging flour and is only to suppress facts which might enlighten the enemy. a new line is being formed on which the Allies will fall back. The brief official bulletin of last night is the first word the bran for wheat. Also paying the Highest Cash Price for wheat. We are now Although because of the enormous pressure from the German zight the retreat of the Allies has been faster than was originally British people have received from their Government concerning ready for business. pos- the present battle. The last previous belletin was Field Marshal anticipated, it was explained today that the French-Britis- h Respectfully Yours, days ago. Fresh troops Kitchener's statement, issued Sunday night, throwing a welcome ition is infinitely stronger than it was three & have been detached from the extreme French right and, with re- light on the previous four day's battle, which ended Saturday and Ky. they are now supporting the troops that have been bearing which reflected the greatest credit on the generalship and discipline serves, of the British army. the brunt of the fighting since last Saturday. hours probably will prove decisive insofar In spite of the fact that the French capital has been removed The next forty-eigh- t A-ple- nty as the actual fate of Paris is concerned. If the Germams can push to Bordeaux and that the German army of the we3t is within thirty Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef proforward as far in that time as they have in the last two days, they miles of the outer fortifications of Paris, a strange air of confidence Any time any of my catduction and for milk production. To do either right they must be healthy. There is nothing better to tle get anything wtoqk will be shortly in contact with the outer lines of the capital's de- prevails today among the allies. The general feeling seems to be keep them in continued good health, or to make with them I give them a i i lie j . them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of few doses of B e e D e e fenses. It is certain that whether Paris is besieged or not, it will tnat ine merman attacK is wearing itseii out in nammering away STOCK MEDICINE. be the center of the pivotal operations planned to follow any fur- at the allied lines, which give but do not break. They soon get well. John S. Carroll, President Poincare has issued a proclamation to his people ther retreat of the allied left wing. Atoorhead. Miss. telling them that military necessity alone has led him to remove is no doubt that the Germans plan a siege. There Their Stirs up the liver Drives 25c, 50c aad $1. per can. Krupp guns, which were so serviceable in smothering out the his government to Bordeaux. Military experts agree that Paris disease poisons away. At your dealer's. r . a. z Namur forts, are being moved South. Instead of horses, the Ger- will soon be the pivot of the hostile forces operating in the area of mans are using enormous traction engines to bring the guns for- the West. Even the downfall of the French capital is not expected ward. The French artillery experts, however, profess to believe to end these operations. "Terrible havoc has been caused in our ranks by shell3 from a She, guns will prove ineffective against even the outer ring of CONFIDENCE INCREASES. battery of eleven German guns posted inside a forest near the Belfortifications. The feeling of confidence was greatly increased by the news gian frontier. The fact that a supreme effort made on Tuesday and Wednes- of the great victory of the Russians in Galicia. Reports from "It seemed impossible to silence their fire until the Ninth Landay to crumple up the allied left and drive it back on the conter Petrograd (St. Petersburg) tell of the entry of Russians into Lemfailed has greatly added to the confidence of the military experts berg, the capital cf Galicia. These appear credible, as news of the cers made their attempt, riding straight at the guns after debauchSere'. They declare the Germans brought into action their entire defeat of the Austrians in that district has been received from ing into the open and charging under a hall of meh'nite and lyddite. REACHED THEIR GOAL strength. The Allies mowed them down like wheat with artillery several sources. guns. sn& rapid-fir- e "I have not been able to get reliable figures as to the distance The battle of Lemberg was xne of xhe greatest ever fought The German artillery fire was excellent and caused heavy cas- Evidently it resulted in a decisive and perhaps overwhelming de- they rode, but they reached their goal. Nothing could stop them. ual! ties in the allied ranks, but the German rifle fire was poor. The feat of the Austrians. The battle line extended over 200 miles2 They reached the guns, killed the gunners and put the gun3 out of action. Then, like their prototypes of Balaklava, they rode back. German charges were marked with the utmost heroism, but they and it is estimated that 1,500,000 men were engaged. "On the return they fell in great numbers still from the atAccording to an official dispatch received by Emporer Nicholas SUUIU IHJb WlLllSLdUU U1C WlUICllUg 1 dill UL UUUC03 XiUIIl LUC tt.UlC3 of the Russian tack of other German batteries, posted at vantage points around xifies and artillery. French markmanship was deadly and whole from Grand Duke Nicholas, Commander-in-Chie- f sompanies were wiped out by fire from the automatic guns, which forces, the victory was won after seven days of fighting. The the valley. "Notable bayonet charges were made at (name deleted) on swept across the front of the charging hosts. climax came when the Austrians were routed in a final desperate Wednesday last. Several British infantry regiments occupied an assault on the Russian center, which was held by Gen. Ruzsky. exposed position around which the Germans gradually circled, The Austrian army in Galicia was acting in close GERMANS NOW NEAR OUTER DE- -l with two German army corps facing Breslau and seeking to en- drawing the noose closer and closer. "The Britishers decided to cut their way through the cordon. Their plans, however, met velop the Russian forces in Poland. r FENSE LINES AND RENEW ATTACK. with a series of disasters, ending in a complete route .when an at- So the men went at it, yplling and shouting, and got through although the German artillery mowed them down frightfully. tempt was made to pierce the Russian canter. MACHINE GUNS EFFECTIVE. LINE HELD BY ALLIES. , continue desperate resistance to Teuton onArmies of 'Allies "The German machine guns have been tremendously effective In the West the line now held by the left flank of the allied slaught and momentous battle, to decide fate of Paris still is in armies in the valley of 'the Oise runs diagonally from a point north- in all engagements thus far. Men who saw the South African war progress with almost unprecedented fury along whole front, east of Paris to Conpiegne and thence through Noyon fourteen say the hottest firing there was childish compared with what the London, Sept. 3. A dispatch from Gourney says that a great miles northeast by north of Compiegne to La Fere. British troops have undergone since their arrival in France. So Franco-Britis- h intact, the armies are battle opened Tuesday. The La Fere, one of the weaker of the French fortresses, evidently far as I can learn thus far the Germans have lost twenty-si- x of rapidity of the German advance is amazing. They are now near is in the hands of the Germans. Farther east and north the allied these guns." The Allies are not alarmed and are armies apparently held their own in the neighborhood of Laon and The Daily News correspondent, wiring from Courney-En-Brathe fortifications of Paris. ; miles northeast of Rheims. The right of the a small town near Rouen, says: confident of eventual success. The Germans are massed along Rethel, twenty-fou- r "The German advance is amazing. A great battle i3 raging their right lines and the Allies are holding them behind two lines, Allies rests on the fortified Franco-Germa- n frontier.' one extending northeast from a point near Compeigne and the The names of the British who fell in the four day's fighting with what result I know not, but I do know that the French and other northwest from Belfort. last week will not be onnounced until they have been communicat- British armies are intact and still confident of ultimate success. "Incredible as it seems, the tremendous masses of men- - that London, Sept. 3 (2:55 p. ra.).-- A dispatch from Amiens, France, ed to relatives. They have loss of officers in proportion to the men It indicates that the of- the Germans have hurled at the Allies have not overwhelmed them. to the Daily Mail dated Tuesday, September 1, declares that the is the story of South Africa over again. It seems, that while the Germans have the weight, the Allies cerGermans have taken possesssion of Amiens after three days fight- ficers refused to take cover, as they insisted that the men shall ing; The new coast of Belgium and the west coast of Northern tainly have theVit and science and these, with will eventually win. Amfeira is the capital of the: Department of Somme. It is sev- France are free from Germans. Many Americans are crossing the j "Gen. Pauhadvfine success? but'in the center and left center enty miles directly north of Paris. It is a manufacturing city and channel to the continent, determined to see something of the war the Allies were not so successful, being obliged to retire. As a re90,000. It is on the line of the railroad to Bou at any risk. has a population of sult of Sunday's battle the. Germans' now occupy '(name of town points the west of The daily mail's correspondent behind the British lines wn and about fifty miles to where there La Fere and other duriner deleted by cersorvi') has been fighting -- fanf- nf Aisne. . .," r. -the charge of the Ninth Lancers, which occurred at an in tne ueyai. , spot during the recent series of tectical retreat3 as a t few days between the allied armis and the Germans. T he Adair County News $1.00 -- The battle to decide whetherj Year. Bjtlaklava. He says:" London, Sept. 3 (1:10 a. m.). DESPITE APPARENT RESERVES AT pro-grey- s', W. 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