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The Adair County news: September 16, 1914 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1914 ada1914091601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: September 16, 1914 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H gk . (' & : (Tattithi - -- ntp. ?- - ft" 0:$, i VOLUME XVII COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, -- WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER r6. 1914. NUMBER 46 Why I am Here. Editor News: that lam t i. 't Spring the same upon which I sat nearly 50 years ago, and the same overhanging branches of the stately beeches that grew on the steeps on either side, still cast their refreshing shadows on this wonderful fountain below. I sit here alone, silently dreaming of the misty past, sadly considering the many friends of the long ago with whom I have visited this place. Most of them have crossed over, and I am left swinging to the willows. The same babling brook flows merrily by, reminding me of the lines from Tennyson, that Men may come and men may go, But 1 go onforever. The gray squirrel scolds on the hickory tree near by, as he takes his morn ing meal, a. lineal descendent of the one in the old reader of which we read: Woodman spare that tree ' Touch not a single bough, In youth it has protected me . And I'll protect it now. Fanned by fragrant breezes that play in Happy Hollow, I hear inspiring strains like those sung by sweet songsters when I came here a despondent invalid, enfeebled by djspep-- ' sia, and so emaciated that it was with difficulty that I obtained boarding, but .finally Uncle Thannie Morgan, ever ready to suocor the weak and assist the needy, agreed to take me for a short time. I had run the gauntlet of the many boasted panaceas for that dread disease, yet my stomach would not tolerate the most healthful diet. To my joy and great surprise, three weeks use of this wonderful water abled me to eat ordinary diet without the least discomfort. The names of many who have been healed here are left inscribed upon trees near by. I see the name T. G. Grider, ISiiT. One bath each cured him and his brother, J. Mack Grider, of aggravated cases of poison oak. R. Tate in beautiful letters was cut on a large beech about 30 feet above the spring, dated 1836 He was related to my mother, and would stop at her father's near Montpelier, on his way from his home near Green river bridge, to Sand Lick. Although considered a confirmed consumptive, it cured him, and.ha reached a green old age. Some time during the sixties James Montgomery, an uncle of Attorney James Montgomery, suffered with a chronic sore leg, and after having it treated for years, his "brother, Dr. W. B. Montgomery, advised him to try the Sand Lick spring. He remained there some time, and stopped with us coming home, but with what result I do not remember. Mr. Wm. Hadley, a reliable friend of mine, who was reared in that vicinity, informed me that lie once heard his uncle Bob Blakey say: that when he was a young mau, a stranger employed him to assist in building a cabin just above this spring for himself and two sons, who were afflicted with -.vnat was thought to be an incurable life-givin- g -- resting on the large stones inclose the Sand Lick Sulphur of-D- crutches for 3 long years. After trying all the acids and alkalies with many of the boasted sure rheumatic cures without relief, I took a full course at Hot Springs, Ark., with the same result. As the last resort I turned to Sand Lick again, and was soon going without crutclies, able to work all the time. Now when I feel those terrible twingings, or feel that I'm needing internal improvement, I repare to Happy Hollow, for here I've raised my Ebeneezer. Recently Mrs. J. Alfred Murrell and myself spent a day pleasantly in Happy Hollow, in company with one Mrs. Clark, an interesting lady, who had been afflicted for 7 years with a distressing disease that affected her hands and arms-m- uch of the time not being able to feed herself, and like the woman spoken of in the Bible; ;,Had suffered many things cf many physicians," some of whom pronounced it real pellagra, but one week's treatment there had left no trace of the disease. This water has some remarkable peculiarities. The black cement always present in the bottom of the spring will be covered by a blood red coating just before falling weather, while a few feet below the spring the sediment is white, and if the svater in the spring is left undisturbed for a few days a thin crust forms on top the water resembling ice that rattles on being brolfen. Although it has been claimed by some of the best physicians that every dose of medicine is a blind ex periuient, yet this water acts almost as' a specific in several diseases. History says that the great Dr. Rush when on his death bed said to his medical brethren; "We have done little more than multiply diseases and increase their fatality, nevertheless, notwithstanding, let us divest ourselves of all thrasonical assumption while we give proper predescence to the foregoing. Hydropathic cosmog. raphy in our very extensive Theraplu-ti- c gerocomy. You may find the foregoing and also sympathy in the big dictionary. J. T. Jones, Columbia, Ky. -- Glenville Loses a Good Citizen. Last Wednesday morning, i Base Ball. There were two ball games at this on Lindsey-Wilso- n diamond, last Saturday afternoon. The first meet was Pickett's Chapel against Columbia. The game was exciting and at one time it looked like Columbia would be an easy winner, eight to two being the score at the end of the seventh inning, but here the Columbia' boys made a bad break and Pickett's Chapel run 'in five scores, making,the score stand eight to seven in favor of , Columbia, and that was the result when the contest closed. place, Fiscal Court, Attention. The work that is about completed in Baptist Association. o'clock, Mr. J. H. Kelsey, who lived at Glenville, this county, died after several weeks of intense suffering. The cause of his demise was caused from an abcess that formed near his back bone. Two weeks ago he underwent an operation, Dr." McChord, of Lebanon, using the knife, but the skilL of. the surgeon brought no relief. The deceased was a grandson of the late J . P. Miller, and was aboiit thirty-on- e years old. He was a good citizen and will be greatly missed from the community where he was born and reared. He leaves a" wife and' two children, several brothers and sisters, Mr. N. B. Kelsey, of this place, being a brother and Mrs Henry Hudson being a sister. He was also a nephew of Mrs. H. ST. Miller and Mrs. A. H. Ballard. Tne funeral was largely attended. at 4 the court auditorium was very neces- . The 110 annual session of the Rus- -. sary, and the Magistrates of the coun- sell Creek association of Kentucky ty acted wisely in ordering it done, Baptist, will be held at the Beech but there is some other improvements Grove Baptist church, near White-woo- d railroad station and halfway beyet to be ordered that is still more necessary. The building needs a new roof, as the old one now leaks very badly. Last Monday week during the heavy rain storm, water came through to the floor, in barrels. The old plastering should also be knocked off and replaced with metar ceiling. The court-hous- e cost this county about Valley followed, $33,000 and it should be protected. It Ozark against Cane and the game wassplrited throughout, will cost less at this time to put it in closing eleven to eight in favor of good condition than it would by waiting for a later date. We hope the Ozark. Fiscal Court will act at the October the second day. H. S. Robinson, Moderator. term, ordering the necessary work Notice to Patrons and Teachers. done. tween Campbellsville and Greensburg, beginning at 9 a. m., on Wednesday, Oct., 7, 1914 There are forty-tw- o churches in this association. Emit church is entitled to five messengers ior tne nrst fifty members and one additional messenger for each additonal fifty member or fraction thereof. Rev. O. P. Bush, of Columbia, will preach the Introductory sermon and Rev. L. C. Kelly, of Campbellsville, will preach the Doctrinal sermon on Listen. Down goes prices. Did jou ever hear tell of anybody that put on a pair of half soles for 25cts.? Will you give me a chance? I can put on half soles cheaper than ever before, for I can nail on a sole in one minute. I keep all kind of soles from 25c to 60c 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c and 60c. If you are looking for cheap work I can suit you. If you waut good work I will half sole for 00c, the very best. We guarantee all of our work, and if you find fault it is your fault if you don't come and tell us about it, for you know we will make it right if you will come and tell us, and if you don't, we can't, make it satisfactory. Now we want your work and why den't you bring it on. If there is a cause, why don't you come and tell us? We will make it right. Not only shoe work, but all kinds of repair work. Remember. t T. G. Rasner & Son. Two Wills On account of the dealers' failing Masonic Election. to get the new books in sufficient A small yellow dog, short haired, quantities to supply the schools I will Friday eveniug was the annual bench legged. Small reward for inold Last extend the .time in which the books may be used to September 2Sth. election of officers for Columbia Chap- formation. Robert Brown, Fairplay, Ky. We hope that by that time the county ter, No., 7, Royal Arch Masons. The following is the result of the contest: can be supplied with the new books. 46-l- t. Lost. Respectfully, .Tobias Huffaker, Superintendent. "Tax Notice.' Parties owing taxes due the town of Columbia for the year 1914 are re quested to settle same at gnce, 6 per cent penalty will be added October 1st. All unpaid taxes on the above named date will be collected by distraint if necessary and just as speedily as possibly can be by law. If you have not paid same you'd better make preparations to do so to save trouble and cost. W. B. Patteson, Collector. Mr. Will Neat, High Priest. J. D. Lowe, King. J. R Garnett, Scribe. Horace Jeffries, Secretary. R. F. Paull. Treasurer. Jo Russell, Capt. of Host. J. E. Murrell, P. Sojourner. Sam Lewis, R. A. Captain. W. R. Myers, 3d Veil. Walker Bryant, 2d Veil. E. B. Barger, 1st Veil. G. A. Smith, Sentinel. S. C. Will Births. son Born, to the wife of Golan Butler, Sept. G, a daughter. To the wife cf Jo M. Reed, Sept. 12, a still born The members of Columbia Lodge No. 230, 1. O. O. pay 18 cents for eggs this week. Russell & Co. . Do Not Delay. 46-2- J. Beard, of Holmes, ttiis Probated. Well Known in Adair. remembered that Rev. A. Ripatoe and wife, whose maiden name was Wilraore, of Clinton, Okla., visited It will be -- here four or five years ago. The former was a native of Russell county, the latter of Adair. After remaining here several weeks they returned to their Oklahoma home, and a jear or two thereafter Mrs Ripatoe died, and in due course of time the husband was again married to a woman about thirty-fiv- e years old. A short time since Mr Ripatoe died, and only re cently his widow married a man about her own age. Mr. Ripatoe was about seventy-fiv- e years old and left considerable property. Mr. Robert C. Terrell, Commission er of Roads, has notified Mr. J. N Coffey, Road Overseer, that he is desirous of holding a big road meeting in Adair county, at Columbia, some time in the near future. Mr. Coffey is favorable to the proposition, and will write Mr. Terrell, asking him bend in your subscription at once or call at the News office. The sooner Jnow orethering, the doctor might you subscribe, the longer you will re cure the grippe or the fever, but if ceive the bargain papers. you take the divers jou're gone This water equals old Dr. Jalap's Bob and Lawrence Cooper pf color, Alecampane Compound Selfacting charged with stabbing Lisle Baker, four horse power Balsam. He said it also colored, were before Judge Her might not cure the breast complaint, mora last Thursday. Lawrence was but was sure shot for a case of the acquitted and Bob was held, on his chronic. That it is a powerful germ own bond, to await the action of the destroying agent there .can be no grand jury. doubt. It wiil kill a minnow three or Mr. Hunter Fisher had the misfortfour inches long in less than 2 minutes. destroys poisonous germs, thereby une to get kicked by a horse while in It Since . giving nature a chance to heal all Columbia, county court day. the accident he has scarcely been able kinds of sores, eruptions etc to move about. Be it the itch or poison oak' You should the outer surface soak; Persons who .live at a distance and But if the trouble is within, know that they are owing this office; 'Tis there the soaking should begin. The world-famewaters of Europe should send in thir remittance. affortnosuch healing properties as Mrs. Trabue Shearer brought to this andjjick water. Dr Godfrey 'Hun- office last Monday, one of.the largest ger suffered with a 'rheumatic pain tomatoes we have seen this year. in his arm, and instead of heeding the Divine injunction; "Physician ' heal If ybu come to Columbia next Monthyself,," he hied himself away to day and are indebted to .this office, Carlsbad, in Germauy, for a cure. call and settle. This is warm sulphur water, and King Charles discovered it when out huntI have 12 or 14 acres of good wheat ing. Iread in the Courier-Journland for rent. Calland see me if you ' E. W. Reed. that there were 16,000 there recently, want it. aiog the cure many without means t tojttike them home Some .27 years Adair circuit court opens next !.--. m irtiTI iinnlrl iu4llr nnlu .wjr jaw u aid 01 z niimv; d al 45-2v'jl-uvuj- disease of the scalp, but were soon cured by the water. Mr. H. thinks this was nearly a century ago. There are unmistakable signs of it having been frequented by a race of indians. My wife found a large stone battle ax there tlat required a giant to wield. Had I time and space, I could give correct accounts of many being cured neieuiui vers diseases, which proves that the dear old divines erred in saying while discoursing from the text, "He healed them of divers diseases:" to fix a time convenient for him, and when he receives the date, a notice will be given. Read this Offer. The Daily Evening post until Jan., 1, 1915, Home and Farm uncil Jan., 1, 1915, a 10 page War Atlas, The Adair County News, one year, all for $2. At the Last county court there were two wiljs probated. The first was that of Miss Lou Trabue. She gave all of her property of every description to her two sisters, Mary Alfred Tra bue and Matilda Junius Trabue, to hold or dispose of in any way that may redown to their greatest comfort. The second was that of John J. Banks. He willed all his property, real and personal, to his wife during her life time. At her death if there be anything left, it goes to Ray W. The B. H. 'Hatcher farm of 100 Page, his present wife, and their chilacres, near Hatcher, Taylor county, dren. will be sold by Master Commissioner Take Notice. in Campbellsville, Ky., at Court-houson Monday, October 5th, 1914. This From tills date, September the 8th, is a valuable farm, well located near we will not and can not accept any Turnpike, Church, Post Office, and more custom work in our planing mill. School. Three miles from CampbellsThe demand for our own material is ville. Lies well and well improved. so heavy that it is beyond our power See this farm and attend this sale. It to continue the policy we have here- is a bargain. tofore used. The change of machinery for so many little bills prevents us The teachers and students of Edufrom meeting the demands for our cational Division No. 1 are expected own manufactured products, hence the to meet at Mt. Pleasant Friday, Oct. necessity for dropping custom work. 16th. This is a preparatory meeting We will at all times be in position to for the County Rally. Albyrtie Farris, furnish anything in drossed lumber Pres. Educational Division No. I. needed in this section and will buy your lumber at market price. All lumMr. W. A. Bernard, who makes his ber on our yards will be worked as home'at Ozark, thi3 county, is subject ordered but no more will be accepted. to Epilepsy, and while in town last Yours Truly, Friday, he fell on the concrete pavet Sandusky Bros. ment, fronting Garrison Bros., tore, The ladies of the Baptist church and was considerably hurt about the will on the first day of circuit court, head. He came to himself in a very give a dinner on the street for the short time and was able to go home. purpose cf raising money for a carpet Notice to Stave Men. for the church. We hope we will be well patronized by our friends, and will kindly remember all favors. We will resume buying staves on Rev. J. C. Cook closed his meeting our yard Sept , 3, 1914. Slight change Elrod & Co. at Jericho last Wednesday night with in prices. nine additions to the church. He commenced a meeting at Milltown The Odd Fellows Hall has just been last Saturday. Rev. Cook is' n repapered and painted, giving the in Columbia, and met many of room a cheerful appearance. Next his old friends here last Thursday and Thursday night will be the regular Friday. His Present residence is meeting, and there., will be work in Horse Cave, where he has resided the first and second degrees. Memsince his return from Texas, two years bers are urged to attend ago. He is now the pastor for four churches in Hart couuty. See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky., for Singer Sewing Machines and supA Good Business for Sale. 40-t- f plies. e, 46-2- t. 45-4well-know- county, was made to feel very happy late Monday afternoon of county court day. He had been in Columbia, and eu route home he lost his pocket-boo- k containing ninety-fiv- e dollars in cas.h and $2,500 in uotes He returned to this place upon discovering his loss and had an "ad" inserted in the paper. The next day he was notified by a lady who lives on the road that she had found the book and money Mr. Beard offered to pay liberally, but the finder was unwilling to take a reward. In order to engage in other business much desire to sell our automobile line. We will sell the cars very low and they are worth all we will ask for therat This is a good business for some one that lkes it, and we will sell cheap. If interested call on us. 43 tf W. R. Myers & Son we very Land $3. to $30. per acre in. Jasper county, Ga. Climate, surface and soil ideal for farming. Write, 46-- lt G. L. Newton, Macheu, Ga. .Rev. A. Whitten, of the U. B. church, closed a very successful meeting at Bearwallow last Sunday night. There were eight conversions, and The Pie Supper at the High School much interest in the meeting. building; last Friday night was a great success. Every body spent a Save me your Magazine order, and I most enjoyable evening. Pies sold will save you some money from 25 cents to $2.10, the promoters Geo. E. Wilson ' 44tf realizing over thirty dollars. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. There will be a pie supper at Con-ove-r school house next Friday .sight. Geo. Haawnonds died last Thursday.: It was oajy two weeks old. Every body invited. For a short time we will furnish The Adair County News one year, The Tax Notice. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, one year, Farm and Fireside, one year, Boys' Magazine, monthly, one Pay your Graded School Tax at once. year, Household Journal and Floral 6 per cent penalty after the first day Life, monthly, one year, for $1 75. of October. Call at this office and subscribe or S. H. Mitchell, S. A. O. mail us a check or money order and 4G-the entire lot will come to you for 81.75 The S. II. Grinstead Co., has purchased the equipment of the N. Hob-so- n Died Suddenly. Produce Co , and has closed the houses of the latter company, which had receiving houses at Lebanon, Mrs. Rosa Dillingham, who was thej Campbellsville, Greensburg, Columwife of Mr. Dink Dillingham, died bia, Casey Creek and Cane Valley. very suddenly in the Egypt neighborhood, iast Friday about dark. She Feiitilizeu Foil Sale. At the old was a Miss Coakley before her marriColumn factory. It w ill he to your age and was a lady highly respected. interest to see me or Hurt Bros. Many friends attended the funeral. t U L. Antle. was very much disDr. J. T. Jones Mr tressed last Thursday morning. JEIe Mary Harvey J. Conover and Miss Lee Turpen called at the home came in town early, wearing a forlorn of Eld F. J Barger last Saturday look and could not be consoled. He said President Wilson had fixed the night. After making their mission 4th of October for the American peo- known, the minister, in a few words, made them man and ple to pray for peace, in Europe, and wife. that his favorite minister, Rev. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, was praying for For Sale. the war to continue, leaving him in a did not know whether quandrary he to pray or not pray. A three burner coal oil stove only been used twice. For Sale. Mrs. W. T. Price. have two small farms of about sixI ty acres each, on the waters of Sul"r. O. C. Collins, who purchased miles east of phur, three and one-haMr Hugh Richardson's residence, Columbia. Cheap residences on each. Also four residences in Columbia. will remove from Cumberland county to this place about the first of OctoWill sell on easy terms. ber. His object in removing to CoN. M. Tutt. lumbia is, to send his children to Mr. W. T: Dohouey, who lives a few school. miles from Columbia, met with a very On next Saturday, Sept. 19th, the painful accident Monday night of last Presbyterian Sunday School will have week. He had been in town during the afternoon, leaving for home about a picnic. All members of the Church dark En route his horse stumbled are cordially invited to attend. Bring and fell, throwing Mr. Dohoney to the your dinner and let us have a good ground. Mr. D.'s right foot was time together. caught under the horse and it was considerably hurt. It is not thought Elrod & Co . have removed their however, that he will be disabled but stave mill from Picnic to Columbia, and have installed it on same site, bea short time, fore it was removed from this place, Mr. John Lee Walker bought a near the bridge, on Campbellsville tract of land, containing sixty acres, pike from Mr. Hugh Richardson, last WedColumbia is without a good plasterer nesday, for one thousand dollars. It south-'wes- t of and a good stone mason. Men who is located two miles make these two trades their exclusive town. business could do well here. All the cattle in Adair county has not been driven to market. There The last Quarterly meeting for.the' were "four or five bunches, in good con Columbia charge will be held at Tadition, on the square last Wednesday bor next Saturday and Sunday, with dinner on the ground Saturday. This and Thursday.' will be Bro. Hogard's last Quarterly Mr. J. T. Page's old saddle mare, meeting on the Columbia District beloaned out about 3 weeks .ago, was fore the meeting of the Louisville brought in from near Greensburg, Conference in Louisville on the 23rd, yesterday. We are 'all glad. pf this month.. Of course Hogard's 'return to The Adair County. Medical Society the District. will meet in Columbia on Thursday, Sept., 24, 1914. Rev. J. S. OJiandler.wiJl fill his pulS. P. Miller, Pre& pit at the Methodist Church next TJ. Sec Sunday morning, and evening. This will be his last service-befo- re confer. Extra nice tomatoes for sale. ence. Mrs. Trabue Shearer. Semi-monthly, 2t News, to express their thanks to their brother, D. M. Moore, who brought to the lodge room, last Thursday night, a half dozen very fine watermelons which were enjoyed by all the membership present, after the conferring of the first degree en two members. After the'completion of the work the brethren were worn and tired, and the melons were delightfully refreshing. ' F., desire through the 44-4- well-chos- en 46-2- 0 lf everybody-isiexp1ecting.J3ro.- r r, - , i 1 3J l THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS ity that this effort ought to be Many strange things have been persistently carried on here, and A San Franciscan who had In a recent address, Hon. A. done during this century, but the small expense of it should been hunting in the vicinity of ' P. Grout, the President of the one of the strangest is the weigh- be easily met. Lake Tahoe without bagging any National Alfalfa Growers Asso- ing of a human soul. Dr. Dungame, came upon a mountaineer Banishes Pimples. ciation, stated that one acre of can McDougall, of Haverhill, Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, Bil- who was feeding a caged wildAlfalfa is equal to four acres of Mass., announces that he has iousness, Torpid Liver, Constipation, cat he had caught the day beetc., come from Indigestion. Take average corn. He said: the pleasant and absolute- fore. succeeded in weighing a human ly sure Laxative, and you won't suffer All "It never occurred to me until soul, and he certifies that the from a deranged Ltomach or other "How much will you take for troubles. It will tone up the Liver that beast?" he asked. three . or four months ago to weight amounts to and purify the blood. Useyt regular-y- l make a comparison and reduce The captor said $5, and the and you will stay well, have clear of an ounce. complexion and steady nerves. Get a the value of an acre of corn and Dr. McDougle experimented Money back if not money was paid over. 50c bottle alfalfa to figures. Ad "Now," said the Nimrod, with a dying consumptive pa- satisfied. At Paull Drug Co. "This season I put at least five tient, whose bed was placed on a Saving the Cost of Crops. "tie one end of a strong cord to off, tons of alfalfa to the acre into delicately balanced platform atthat tree and another to the cat's my born and it is worth $20 a tached to a weighing machine, The fertility of the soil in the neck, and then open the door of , ton. After this hay was care-- while the doctor observed him if future largely will be dependent the cage. fully put into the barn, some of for three hours and 40 minutes This was finally accomplished upon the farming we do today. my neighbors began to haul corn until death occurred. If we are careful to keep up the and thefierce animal stood strainto the elevator of 50 cents per The loss was ascertained to be supply of humus, prevent wash- ing at its tether. bushel, and then for the of an ounce. ing; use lime, acid phosphate The sportsman, who was watchvery first time, it occurred to This loss, the doctor says, could and potash when the soil seems ing the exercises from the inme that if I had sold my alfalfa not be due to evaporation or resto need these fertility constituent terior of the cabin, leveled his for $100 and put that amount, piratory moisture and sweat, beplant legumes and apply barn- rifle across the window sill, took $100, into corn, it would have cause that had already been deyard manure to restore the soil careful aim and blazed away. given me 200 bushels. Now, termined at the rate of one- in nitrogen, the farm can be The wildcat gave a joyful yell this land on which I am growing sixtieth of an ounce per minute,! built up and its yield of staple and disappeared in the forest, alfalfa would be able under best whereas this loss was sudden and The bullet had cut the rope. crops greatly increased. conditions to grow 90 or 100 large three quarters of an ounce PROGRAM. Lt. H. It has been estimated that a A Boy and a Cow. bushels, but I am not growing in a few seconds. Veterinary Surgeon ton of wheat at one dollar a bushThe following is a program of tiie and Oenttbt any such amount. If I gee 75 The consumptive lost weight The School Rally Day to be held in el, with a value of $33.32 per years experience. Special attention George Sonda. of Ohio county, Columbia, Ky., October 30bh, 1014: bushels per acre, am doing very slowly at the rate of an ounce given to Surgical and Dental work. ton, when sold and taken from 1. Schooi Parade. npnr CZmlaA SnVinO Officfi at rP9irJrK is only 12 years old, but he is 9. -- .... tn rnrnl efinnl liouinir! u..:u: well. That would mean that one per hour, due to the evaporation Pannnr. .u.i.,. .ji,..isu " "J uunuiug. the farm removes $9.57 worth of feeding and milking a register- greatest percentage of scholars and PHONE NO. 7N acre of alfalfa is worth two and of moisture in respiration and patrons present, at ihe school rally fertility. Corn at 60 cents per one-hal- f ed Guernsey cow during an offi- The census of the sehoo district taken ' acres of corn, aria' if I the evaporation of sweat. bushel removes fertility valued a Kentucky Fair Dates. cial production test. George's as3. basts. didn't get more than fifty bush--el- s At the end of three hours and Penant to the rural school havat $S. 60 per ton when sold. A father bought three Guernsey ing second highest number present. and the average is not 50 40 minutes he expired, and sudton of milk at $1.50 per hundred (To be calculated same as above.). The following are the dates cows four years ago and with 4. Spelling Contest. bushels in our county) then one denly coincident with death the pounds, $30 per ton, removes but fixed for holding the Kentucky these as a start has raised a fine 5. Declamatory Contest for bo)s acre of alfalfa is equal to four beam end of the weighing ma6. Recitation for girls. $2.56 worth of fertility from the herd of 15 head. One of these 7. Best Rssav on "Why Eradicate Fairs for.'1914, as far as reported. acres of corn. There is an in- chine dropped with an audible soil. Butterfat contains carbon, Illiteracy in Kentucky?" cows, Imported Windflower III, centive in growing alfalfa." stroke, hitting against the lower 8. Best Exhibit or Display of Work Officers of fairs are requested to hydrogen and oxygen and has produced 13,600 pounds of milk from any rural school. limiting bar and remaining there report to usjany omissions or cor9. Best Reader of nrst grade who practically no fertilizer; the onStop That First Pali Cough. 626 pounds of butterfat dur- has entered school this year. and without a rebound. rections of dates: ly element of fertility in butter 10. Best Apple Pie. Check your fall cough or cold at ing an official test, as a five-ye11. Best Light Bread. Kentucky State Fair, LouisCaught a Bad Cold. once don't wait it may lead to seis a small amount of nitrogen in old. A daughter of this cow, 12. Best f Dozen Bbcuits. rious trouble, weaken your vitality "Last winter my son caught a very the curd, amounting to only ville, Sept. 146 days. 13. Best f Dozen Muffius. and develop a chronic lung ailment. bad cold and Lady Alice, at 23 months prothe way he coughed was 14. Best One half Dozen Ears of Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sa- about 64 cents in value per ton duced 12,000 pounds of milk and Corn, not more than two entries from it is pure and harmPennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, lessuse it freely for that fall cough rah E Duncan, of Tipton Iowa. "We as a fertility constituent, while 600 pounds of butterfat in a each educational division 15. Best f Dozen Irish Potaor cold. If Baby or Children are sick thought sure he was going into con- the market value of the butter Sept 29- -5 days. give it to them, it will relieve quickly sumption. We bought just one bottle year. The cow which young toes. 16. Best Glass Apple Jelly. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. and permanently. It soothes the ir- of Chamberlains Cough Remedy aud is about $600 per ton. George is interested in is 21 17. Neasest patch on Calico ritated throat, lungs and air passages These examples are cited mere- months old and is now giving 35 18. Best Made Gingham Apron. Loosens phlegm, is antiseptic and for- that one bottle stopped his cough and 19. Best Specimen of Manual Traintifies the system against colds. It cured his cold completely." For sale el to the level of Gatun lake, 85 ly to emphasize the importance pounds surely prevents cold germs from get- by Paull Drug Co. of n.ilk, containing 4.7 ing Work. (To be judged from workAd feet above the sea, was made in ting a hold. Guaranteed. Only 25c. manship, aud difficulty in making ) of feeding the various grain and per cent butterfat, per day. He 20. Best Embroidered Shirt Waist. Paull Drug Co. .at Ad Getting New Industries. hay crops and using the manure one hour and 20 minutes The is taking full responsibilty for 21. Best Ladies' ship was turned in the lake and on the land. In this way the the work and is proving ATHLETICS. himself Save That Calf. 22 Mile Race, one teacher started downward, the lockage There is intense competition farm becomes a factory to cona capable tester. from each division from the lock to the sea level between cities and town to se- vert raw materials into high-pric23. Pole Vault. is an extensive demand There 24. Sack Race for boys, any number taking about one hour and 30 cure new industries. Whereas Live- finished products with the Indians Breeding may enter. for good dairy cows. Highly formerly many large towns had minimum loss of fertility and 25. One Hundred Yard Dash for minutes. stock. prices are now being no boards of trade, now boys. these the maximum value for the cap26. Standing Broad Jump Sow Wheat. .paid for productive animals. A 27. Running Broad Jump. organizations are common even ital and labor involved in proThe commissioner of India af23. Mile Race for bojs scarcity exists all over the coun- in small villages. Their first and duction. fairs, Cato Sells, is meeting with 29. Potato Race for boys try. This is a good money by The prospects are that war in 30. Wheelbarrow Race for girls, 15 foremost activity is the effort to splendid success in directing at- and over. (Not more than two from the European countries will conraising more good cows for home land new manufacturing propWar a Teachsr of Geography. each educational division ) tention to livestock raising and .and foreign use. 31. Relay Race, four boys from each tinue for some time. War mean3 ositions. especially in breeding better an- educational division. that producers are taken from The day of cheap cows is past. Many boards of trade compass A British premier said once imals for,the farms and ranges Note Pupils who participate in any the fields and placed in the bat 'Cheap butter and cheap milk distant States to land new enenabove contests that one of the great advantages of the Indians. It is noteworthy of theschool by Augustmust have this 24th, of tered tle line. have had their day, too. There terprises, and then overlook foreign war was the impetus that the Indians are taking up year, and remain in regular attendof a This will make the demand for ance, doing regular school work till are good reasons for this. The chances in their own city. that it gave to the study of geog- livestock breeding with enthusi- date of rally. Unless otherwise speci- foodstuffs greater as the war country has been robbed of its Getting new factories is mostraphy. Today the whole world asm and many of them are of- fied, only one entry will be from each educational division. This progresses. Wheat markets have young stock till but little re- ly a case of persistent search. 'program will be printed again before already shown what influence is poring over the map of Eu- fering breeding stock for sale. mains. rally, together with prizes ofNinety-nin- e tips may prove hope- rope. Names-tha- t hitherto have The division of Indian affairs date offor each eveut. Only rural the war has had so far and if it fered A herd of young calves today less, but the hundredth may be been little more than names have is advertising Indian horses at schools can participate in this con- cominue's, you can expect the test ,form3 the dairy herd of the price of wheat to be higher. genuine. If all possible chances become suddenly lurid with the Navajo Springs, Colorado, There never were better prosBefore we are aware are investigated, some day there interest. Frontier reservation. It means that the The first ocean steamer to pass pects for wheat bringing high of it our calves have developed will come a real opportunity that lines that have seemed to be- ideals of Commissioner Sells are through the Panama canal was prices next year and the farminto cows. Save the best calves can be landed. long to the permanences of the being realized, although it has the Allianca, which made the ers should grasp the opportunity ou have and buy others. Feed This kind of calls principally world are shifting and wavering heen less than a year since he trip June 8. The steamer left and put in every acre of wheat . and care for them, watch them Ev- before our eyes. for persistent letter-writinWhen this began his duties as commission- Christobald on the morning of they possibly can. tr grow into usefulness and profit. ery report of a business seeking present conflagration has been er of Indian affairs. June 8 and steamed slowly This country must supply tte the a new home should be followed The cow gives us one-ha- lf extinguished it may be that the It is encouraging to see the of- through the sea level entrance of foodstufis. We all regret that life milk, cream, up, and then a good deal of in TiBcessities of s will have a busy fice of Indian affairs devoting its the canal to Gatun Locks. war is in progress, but if they Jjutter, meat, cheese and leather. vestigation may be required. must fight, Mr. Farmer you time of it and that we shall all energies so effectively in pro- There she was tied up by the should get .your share of the But this work can be done large- have to go to school once more moting agriculture among the North guide wall until hawzers Despondency profit. Sow wheat, as it is in ly by a stenographer, and pos- to study the new geography of Indians. This doubtless will were fastened to her in preparagreatest demand by the warrinpr Is often caused by indigestion and .constipation, and quickly disappears tage stamps are not costly. The Europe and the new apportion-mentofthmean independence and better tion for the tow through the nations. Now is the time to prewhen Chamberlain's Tablets areta-kecontinent citizenship among the Indians. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad securing of a new industry brings locks. The ascent from sea lev- - pare your sol. Corn and Alfalfa pared. Corn- - Weighing the Soul. such. positive results of prosper- A Good Shot. Special Notice .Po-Do-L- ax x, Persons Who Are Behind i three-quarte- rs to-da- y. One Year on our Subscript tion Books Will have to Come Under r the Law, not Paid at once The Government three-quarte- rs Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year JOES t I ; -' ( ar One-hal- One-hal- Pine-Tar-Hon- to-da- y: One-hal- Collar-croche- t- Oue-ha- if ed One-ha- lf allo-ve- d X )! tomor-jmorro- w. . g. map-maker- at n. c of -- vs jrv V w J. t - THE ADAIR COUrtl Applique work is especially ap- ) NEWS FREE slrfe-- v FREE0 terests. The News is heartily propriate for the' bedroom or glad to see the spirit which was nursery, for many dainty borders manifested at the Louisville can be arranged in this manner. meeting and with the union of Suppose you choose a poppy James and Beckham for the pardesign. The flowers should be ty's interest both within the cut from plain pink linen and party and against the Republithe leaves and seed pods from cans we confidently expect betgreen. Select plain white swiss ter things. We are also glad befor the bedroom curtains and ar- cause we are very fond of both range the motifs to form a bor- Beckham and James and we are der along the front and lower glad to see that they have beNews. edges. Applique the edges to come allies. E-To- the swiss and finish the curtains with a narrow ruffle of swiss. When making the bedcover and pillowshams, use white linen Elephant's Trunk. The group of eight Phoenix isThe lands in the Pacific has a total population of only 158, while another little bit of the British empire is Fanning island. This is Spoiled the Water. The late Dr. Meikle of Crieff Hydro a landing place for the Pacific is the hero of many stories, none betsubmarine cable, and usually ter known than that of bis desire his guests to adopt his own there are about one hundred in "temperance" principles. He became aware of the practice indulged in by the place. some patrons of the Hydro of concealing certain cor The loneliest of all parts of dials in their bedrooms and of orBritish territory is the Island of dering shaving Tristan Da Cunha in the South water at bedtime whereby to Atlantic, which is also the smallenjoy furtive jorums of toddy. est inhabited island in the emMeeting a serv- Scrap Book r pire. It is 1,800 miles from land, Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes personal reminiscences of Baron de Medieval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of leaders. De Me'neval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents" of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy The publicly recommends them. A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS By special arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The National Weekly, we are able to give these valuable and interesting Memoirs free with a year's subscription to Collier's and this publication, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of the two papers. Only a limited quantity of these Memoirs is available, however, so to get the benefit of this special offer you must act quickly. has a population of 74 Scottish under a heavy An elephant's trunk is really Americans, and the inhabitants tray of hot water jngs. Dr. sheeting and hemstitch a two-inc- h like both a nose and an arm. The get news of the outer world usu- -' "SOAP WO'T urRT Meikle asked her IT." where she was Indian elephant has a sort of ally once every two years, hem about the hem; above going with these things. She replied that she was taking shaving water finger on the tip of his trunk, this arrange the border of pink gentlemen. "Come here." said thfr Rugby. and the African elephant has doctor, leading the way to a bathroom. poppies and foliage, appliqueing in fear John Rose left for Illinois last The maid followed pulled and a tremtwo of these fingers. With the bling. The doctor penout the edge to the linen. knife and. taking a hunk of soap, cut help of the finger, the Indian Saturday. He was one of our it into small pieces, which he dropped The dresser and bureau scarfs elephant is able to pick up all best young men. We hated to into the jugs, with the caustic remark: "Soap won't hurt it. It's shaving wa should be made to correspond. but the smallest articles off the give him up. ter. you know." The curses that ensued in several bedrooms are unknown Fit the dresser with a long pin- ground, and those still smaller, T. J. Rossen sold two hogs for but it is assured that. If known, the? would be unprintable. Toronto Globe cushion and handkerchief case such as grains of maize, are sim- $19.50, this week. to-th- ant in a corridor one night, who was staggering WHAT YOU GET IN COLLIER'S Collier's is the one big, fearless, independent Weekly of the whole country. Its editorials are quoted by every paper in the Union. It stands always for the best interests of the greatest number of the people. Among its contributors are such writers as George Wallingford," Randolph Chester, author of Meredith Nicholson, Amelie Rives, H. G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Henry Beach Needham, etc. It numbers among its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, James B. Connolly, and Henry Reuterdahl. It is a magazine for the whole family Editorials, Comments on Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and Serial Stories by the greatest writers of the day. " decorated with the poppy motif ply sucked into the trunk. So There was a nice crowd at W. and finish the edges of these ar- - that the trunk is not merely a J. Bean's last Friday night at tides with a narrow edging of ,'nose and an arm, but also a nat- - bean hulling. All report a nice cluny lace. which takes time. ural vacuum-cleaneMiss Ollie Ogden, who has A square tablecover and sev- trifles off the ground much as eral cushions to match the other the cleaner going over a dusty been visiting Miss Sadie Tutt, of this place, has returned to her articles complete the bedroom drugget. r, 1.0, i 'Get-Rich-Qui- set of applique work. Collier's - - - Adair Count Xhws 2.50) $1.01 j Special combination price including (he three-ume Memoirs of Napoleon, postpaid v (g 3 The elephant's trunk also Try to make several articles serves as a weapon. An instance decorated with applique and see of this is given by F. C. Selous how extremely easy it is to do. who was once knocked off his frightaned horse by a wounded Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated. elephant, and escaped death by home in Illinois. And a brazen wrong to crumble Into clay! Ix, the right's about to conquer! Clear the way! Vith the right shall many more Enter smiling at tho door. With the giant wrong shall fall Many others, great and small. That for ages long have held us For their prey. Men of thought and men of action Clear the way! Charles Mackay. His Queer Request. Clear the Way. a cloud's about to vanish From the day Call or send subscriptions to this office. If you are already a subscriber, your subscription will be extended for a year from its present date of expiration. Adair County News. Columbia, Kentuckv. Mrs. Q. W. Lowe, liocal Agent for Grand-Upright-P- r0 ON FENCING unucv oniu iiiunti CAirr 1 layer Pianos (Strictly High Grade) othpr rorl of fnrt ivaf tnf IltJr rrmmr special prices on iU Before you buy Certain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee. Take Supremacy. In tone, action and durability because every part receives careful, rijdd scrutinizinc inspection. Then the Piano in its entirety is severely criticised by a corps of experts. If there's anything: wrong: we intend to find it before you do. If we don't our warranty protects you. THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY Chicago; Cincinnati. Factories: SQUARE DEAL FENCE ! Mm.m.m.mmMmMAMM.i DBS SBJUUKSJB.4HHUUMW m axmmmmmmmMmmmmmm l&ii-mrm- iffiieitfiffffffi MWHlftl auaHawiBHBBaai his room, rang Dr. King's Xew Life Pills will cure a miracle. W. S. Pickett and family, of the bell. "Appor-te- z you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and moi un The trunkis usually, however, Pyrus, visited at the home of rids your Stomach and Bowels of he said to waste and fermenting body poisons. jfour scribe last Saturday night the maid who anunnecessary strain. The swered it. The They are a Tonic to your Stomach spared ; maid grinned and and Liver and tone the general system. government elephants in the and Sunday. then, choking First dose will cure you of that deJim Fletcher bought a cow and4 with laugher, ran Burmese teak forests, who roll pressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated down to her mascondition. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. and stack logs with wonderful calf from Silas Cain for $70.00. ter. "Monsieur," Ad she cried, "your THE MAID GRINNED, skill, use the trunk, as a rule, Last Friday morning, Herman friend who arriv last night is mad. lie has nothing: only in steadying each log on Roach, while driving a young ed but his dressing gown, and he asked on United and Harmonious Party. n horse!" their powerful tusks. Another mare that was not broke well, me to bring him I'enley whatThe host on ran up and asked use the elephant finds for his the animal scared and began to he wanted a "cheval" for. "Well." The action of the Democratic was Penley's reply, "we talk of a trunk is to supply the place of run Herman jumped out, creened , cheval glass at home, don't we? I State Central and Executive Comthought 'cheval' was the French worri the shower bath. In hot weath- his leg and broke one bone above ' for mirror." mittees in electing ebe-val- ." i Mrs. Birdie Masters and daughCyril Maude tells the following story about his old friend. W. S. Penley: ter, of Oklahoma, and Mrs. Het- - Penley was stopping at a country tie English, of Columbia, visit-- ; bouse in Brittany. France, and the ed at T. J. Rossons last Wednes-- , morning after his arrival, tiuditig no day. Jookiug glass in 4j SB , WE BUY IT DIRECT from, the mill that makes both the wire and the fence. You can't buy any fence more di- rectandyou can't heat Square Deal prices when you compare materials, weight and size. TENRY W.DEPP DENTIST "Will be permanently located in ' Columbia, after August 15. AH i ' Classes of Dental work done. Crown, lirJdfte and Inlay work .1 Specialty. All I See the Square Deal Lock the knot with "a orirj that will nnt slip." Notice there are no brittlewelds to snap, no cumbersome knots to hold moisture and eather rust. See the wavy strand wires that spring Square ' ueai i? ence DacK into place alter sud e den heaw strains: see the stay wires that prevent sagging, bag- gingana Dueling; require xewerience posts, saving money, time and labor. one-mer- Work Gujranrw.d. Office over M. C. Winfrey's Grocery Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer I 'he Adair County News and f. Co R. Hutchison, The Cincinnati WeeRIy Both'.One umbia. Ky. Enquirer Thenext time you come to town, call in and let us &how you Square Deal Fence, and get our Square Deal prices. Made by Keystone Steel&WireCo..Peoria,IU.tlD Tom Rhea as persecuted by flies, ankle. Dr. Simpson was called She Could Lecture Them. Chairman, of the State Campaign er, or when use and reduced the fracture. The Mr. Frederick Townsend Martin ia elephants stand in water and his book, "Things I Remember," tellw Committee and Urey Woodson over buggy was completely torn to a story of a titled lady well known in to squirt it as National Committeeman unan- their trunks English society, with very decided their backs. and outspoken opinions'- on certain subpieces. imously is a certain and unmis-akabjects. The elephant relies chiefly on One day she was out at lunch and evidence that all factionPellyton. the conversation turned on the pleasures of life. Every one present gave alism has disappeared from the its scent to tell it of the approach his or her idea of what constituted Democratic party in Kentucky of the enemy, so that this is a Lady Henry The corn crop is the finest that enjoyment, inand. at last, her impressive manner remarket! very valuable use for its trunk. and that not only good feeling neighborhood! "For myself. I like dinners better thaa in 2 elephant has special need of has been anything else!" but harmony as well prevails. It The "Dinners:'" exclaimed he- - host in a for several years. keen scent, for it is tone of great surprise. "Mj dear is evident that th two wings Mr. W. G. Ellis has purchased Lady Henry, surely yon are not a gourand very dull of hearing. It met'?' which have for the last two years a one-ha- lf interest in the stock, "Oh. no." drawled her lad ship: "I been represented by Senator is curious that the largest ears like dinners because I know I am cerin all creation should belong to of goods of D. O. Pelley, the tain to have a man on either side of. , James on one side and style of the new firm being Pel-le- y me who can't get away!" Beckham on the other side the animal that is almost deaf. A Fair Warning. & Ellis. Both of the above have flopped together in perfect "Many a man goes to war without are highest type and good busi- - j the slightest conception of what It Earth's Most Lonely Spots. accord and union. The presence really is." said a veteran of Genera no doubt will en- Robert E. Lee's arniy. "In 1SG4 I hau? ness men and at the committee meeting of command of a detail made up of a dozen or two recruits that had just" Though scientific progress has joy a large trade. both of these distinguished Demcome up from the gulf states. The Rev. W. H. Lemmon, assisted first night we were near the enemy 1 made it possible to do a double ocrats, the perfect harmony t le ! short-sighte- J d, ' Ex-Gover- nor ' Year For Only $1.35 Attractive Fancy WorK. do fancy Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. Itjias all the facilities of the great DAILY EXQDIREIt for btatninjr the world's events, and for that reason can gine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a gr at onrrjnt 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 right now. Call or mail orders to If women who love to needlework- could many advantages - It realize the of applique work, they would use more of it in their preparations of holiday gifts. To make a successful te applique The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. the design is first selected and the motifs are cut from colored materials. These are basted to the background and the edges buttonhole stitched to the chairman for the campaign and a member of the National Committee, indicates that bygones shall be bygones. Kentucky's great Senator and Kentucky's other Senator-to-be will stand shoulder to shoulder, not only in any conflict against the common enemy, the Republican party, but that they and their friends will in the future in perfect accord within the party fonits best in- co-opera- te which existed between them and journey, between England and the united action of all the es- America in a fortnight, there repecial friends of both of them in main many islands with which it takes years to communicate. the election of both a felfor duty a successful protracted meeting a.t picket, selectiugexhibited theyoung inmost low who had to "exterminate the en- this place, in which IS or 20 pro-- f tense longing army. tire northern ll "About dawn I was awakened by e s s i o n s were made and the Off the Scottish coast are the t known Ting, ping!' of the logs of the cabin and the groups of islands known as the church greatly revived. expostulating voice of my picket. GoHebrides, Orkneys and Shetlands Jasper Doss has remvod his ing to the door, I saw that a smalL scouting party of federal soldiers Of these the most isolated island saw mill from near Roy Williams signs of Confederates in some three miles to Barnett's creek, near Pelly- the cabin and were trying to drive us is St. Kilea, out by firing from the opposite bill. I miles broad. The ton, where he will do custom turned to my picket and gave a gasp long and two of astonishment. The yonng man Btood in the midst of tho Hearing while, lead lives of great sawing and run a grist mill. inhabitants the bullets whistled around bic& loneliness, for it takes a month Cleo Pelley and his sister. Miss There was no sign of fear about him, but he was tremendously excited. He. to get to the next island, and Mattie, have returned to the L. had dropped bis musket and was waring his arms, trying to attract the attthe sea often makes any com- W. T. S. to enter the fall term ention of the enemy, and shouting at the top of bis voice in tones of remunication with St. Kilda im- of school. monstrance: you fellows over yonderf possible for months. page the-we- by Rev. Gilpin, of Breckinridge after placing my picket out in front,, down to sleep, lnt county, has just closed a very we Hung ourselvesnight I changed the-- , the middle of the managed to And a deserted cabin and. bullets-agains- ! "Sa-a-- y, Continued pn seven.) Don't you all be bar's folks in here!" in here New York Prts THBADAIRCOCNTX' NEWS MS MB finished - COUHTY HEWS Kentucky. says, the Dem- - has: been sick for so long, with focrats tirelmostr solidly ' ifor At malaria, remains about the same; He Every Wednesday BY THE - iAfair County News Company. ( Incorporated.) HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to tbe Interest of tbe City of Columbia and the. people Aflalrand adjacent counties. Entered at tbe Columbia t olass mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-i- m Subscription price f 1.09 per year. WED. SEPT. 16, 1914 4 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For TJ. S: Senator Long Term HON. J. C. W. BECKHAM, of Franklin County. For U. S. Senator Short Term BON. J. N. CAMDEN, of WoodfordlCounty. For Congress v HON. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. For Judge Court,oAppeals--- i HONfROLLIN HURT, jp of Adair County.. Tom Rhea, Chairman of the Democratic Campaign Committee,! will open headquarters at the! Seelbach Hotel this week witi a full corps of subordinate workers. From now on until the Nofember election the campaign will be active. In a short time Bpeakers will! take the stump, many of the best orators in the State filling appointments. So far as we can learn, there is perfect harmony in the Democratic party, and there is scarcely a doubt but Gov. Beckham will be an easy winner. However, every Democrat should take an interest, and see that a full vote is -- 6 5 torney James Garnett for the . Concrete sidewalks are being gubernatorial nomination. Dan- - laid in Jamestown. The hotel ville Advocate.. property, owned by Knight, McKinney-Phelps, has been .news is that .Grown concreted from Latest war corner next Prince Frederick WilliamyPriricei m the band to the,Adalbert of Pru8sia;5the,,Emper?; Hall. The will short or's third son, and Prince "CaVl ly commence, arid will concrete of Wuerttemberg are reported to their store front, ollowing the Jf have died in a hospital at Brus- - Masonic Lodge, who have alsels. The German armies, which ready concreted their store front. a week ago began a series of vioJ..N. Meadows and H. H. Dunlent attempts to break through bar are having work done. Let the French center, have found it go on. their efforts futile, according to Mrs; Alice n Sharp and son, f French and British reports, are :ara visiting Mrs. 0. B. retreating rapidly and are being Bertram,, of yMoriticello, during vigorously pursued. Reports the fair. ' ; ' claim capture of many mortars and other munitions of war and Wednesday evening, a t the a large number of prisoners by school playground, the Old Stiffs the Allies. The Germans in the encountered the school team in Argonne district have also begun an exciting game of basket ball. to fall back, and in Lorraine, too, The game was fast and furious, the French! claim victories, en- and at the end of the melee, the abling them to straigthen out Stiffs came out victorious by the their lines to the frontier. The score of 6 to 11. The result was French official report refers to not satisfying and the second the retirement of the German game was played which resulted armies as a "general retreat.,' in a score of 17 to 1 in favor of The BelgianSarmy has again be- the Old Stiffs. Thursday evening the Jamescome very active, and is advancing from the forts and around town school's best spellers went to Concod and had a base ball Antwerp. spelling match. A misunderstanding arose and could not be Jamestown. ? smojthed over, and both sides Last Saturday, at Sewellton, quit. Too much discord and not tp - Odd-Fellow- 's Odd-Fello- w C"fr"0"fr444444 The Armies of Europe Mobilizing: for War 4 $$ti"QQ"6"Q04frO' The Farmers of Adair County should be mo bilizing for a Big Wheat Crop. 4 -- Ben-jami- n; See Us For Wheat Drills and Fertilizers Examine your old Drills now, and let us know what repairsjyou need, thereby saving Express or Postage. The Jeffries Hardware Store. Q"Q6"QQ"QQ"Q"0"8 1 1 progress at Providence church with Bros. Caughron and Ferrill at the helm and Bro. Joe Crawley as singer. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Irvin and Was a Wise Old Saying $ their little daughter, Bettie Jane, and that is esacty what I want us to do I want evprv visited at J. C. Winfrey's last & FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is X Sunday. !$$4e txtK$ix to-da- y. --i- 4444440$$5 I T Let Us Reason Together Mr. James Cole has lost about 2,000 watermelons on account of Av the. Snow aggregation of ball-tos6er- s, enough Concord. wet weather. They would rot Mr. J. N. Meadows is having contested with the team Mrs. J. C. Winfrey was at Baplace, for baseball laurels. a concrete wall put in front of kerton yesterday on .business. of that The score resulted with Russell his residence on Main street. Mrs. H. C. Parrish is on the county coming out on top, as it Judge Dunbar has had a nice sick list, but is better at this has a habit of doing in nearly walk laid in his yard on Water writing. every kind of contest. The first street. More concrete will be Horace Baker and Miss pearl game ended with the score, Sew- put down, judging from the talk. Garrett were married last Sunellton, 5; Snow, 4. This was adSeveral from this place will day night on Whetstone creet, mitted by both players and spec- attend the State Fair, at Louisnear Whetstone, Ky. tators to be the hardest game, ville, which began Monday. The sewing machine men are and the best played. We do not I A good many girls and boys scouring the country selling the know the batteries for Snow. from this place have been at- verticle feed machine. Carnes, p., Games c, and Short tending the revival meetings at We have two produce buyers Wolford c, constituted the arBethlehem, Oak Grove and Mount who come to this place Robtillery for Rtissell county in the Pleasant. ert Taylor of Glensfork, and L. first game. The feature of this The last heard of Luther and and E. Reece, Lof Breeding, Ky. game was Alvin Pierce's home polled. Mr. John Bryson has bought tun ih the ninth Inning, which Silas Kean,(they were plowing The Somerset Leader pays deeieed the game. The home-ru- n the waters of the blue Pacific, Mr. D. C. Huddleston's farm and was a clean one, the ball bound for the Philippine Islands. sold his to Mr. E. Reneau, in Judge James Denton, who is the Bottom. Mr. Reneau Bepublican candidate for Judge going over the fence in right-fielCorporal Baker, Recruiting Scott's of the Court of Appeals in this The second game was not Officer, is in town for several will put in a stock of goods at district, a compliment in its last as interesting, as our boys hit days. Where are those boys his place. issue. The article closes thusly: the ball at will, apparently, while that talked about joining the Mrs. Tom Walker is visiting "And when the votes are count' the Clinton county nine were un- army? her husband's people in Clinton county this week. ed we predict that Judge Denton able to withstand the continuaBakerlon. will be found to have wallopped tion of smoke and curves which Mr. W. E. Neathery's nieces Judge Hurt.'' Brother, in the the horsehide performed under have gone to their home in TexWe are still having lots of language of "Uncle Dan," we the able manipulation of Alvin as. rain and the corn crop is staying admonish you to wait and see Pierce, the pitcher for Jewell-toThe steamer Jo Horton Fall Judge Hurt's knack in However, every one was green longer than ever before. brought from Nashville to Celi-n- a We are having good boating exceptsatisfied with the result, and delivered to the Cumber ing the Clinton county contin- water now and the gasoline boats land Transportation Company's Judge J. P. Hobson has decidgent. We wish to say that the are doing good business. Pro- boats 200,000 pounds of mered not to leave Frankfort at the Snow team is as fair and honest duce is scarce, but the hucksters chandise last week to be deliver-e- d expiration of his term of office in a game as any team we haye are coming after it. They are at points above that town. which ends in December. He seen, and it is a pleasure to the paying about the usual price for Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Williams, will open a law office with the Russell county boys to play eggs. of Burnside, visited his mother, intention of making Frankfort against them. The score was The Bakerton and Arnanda-vill- e Mrs. Kate Williams, this city. his permanent home. It is prob- Sewellton, 10; Snow, 2. A large boys crossed bats last MonMrs. H. W. Parmley, of White, s able, so the State Journal says, crowd was present and after the day, and the scores stood 16 to 0 Bottom, went on the boat to that Judge Hobson will form first game, the players and fans in favor of Bakerton. connections by which a large Burnside, last week to visit her swarmed to the grove at the Irvin & Lloyd are getting in part of his practice will be be- meeting-housuncle J. N. Dillon. She will be and a big dinner some flour from Snow, Ky. gone till fore the Appellate Court. was spread on the ground. This S. T. Irvin has had his cisterns The cannalization of the CumThe Democrats of the Third was done full justice to. fixed up, and is preparing to berland is off for the present at Appellate district should begin Some days ago the Jamestown have his house guttered, so he least. to lay their plans for getting out ball team went to Burkesville to can have lots of good water. a full vote at the November elec- play the team at that place. The J. F. Irvin is on the sick list Mrs. Susie Baker fell off her horse backwards last week, and tion. Judge Rollin Hurt, who result was in f avor'of Jamestown this week. came very near breaking her is the Democratic candidate for The feature were: Hale's pitchMr. W. H. 'Wilson, of Colum- neck. ' Appellate Judge, will do his ing, for Burkesville and Sullibia, and a Mr. Norfleet, of Lexpart, and he wants his friends van's pitching for Jameston and ington, with the Chattanooga Becks Store. to become active and remain so E. Dunbar's fine work at first Plow Co., were here Yesterday. until the election is over. base for Our team, Messrs. V. F. and G. D. Par-ris- h Rev. J. W. Caughron is hold- Mrs. Harvey Helm is very sick ' All For'Garnett. Former Jailer' have gone to Monticello to ing a protracted meeting atPrpv-i(Ie:nce'feyer. .. .,.,-,be at tBe'fair; W. S. 'Fitzgerald has returned with malaria near Bakerton. - . .from a trip through Southern Miss Roxy Falkenburg, who A protracted meeting is in The little son of Mr. and Mrs. d. n. at one end. not the place for tou to bring or ship your WOOL to get the btet VALUE for it, Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME ma Rf"ET Pmr'i? . j. iui t ueeu every W pound of Wool r can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blank- ets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. $ C. W. Strange is confined to his room with pneumonia fever. Mr. and Mrs. Crit Cole visited at Marrowbone Thursday. Dr. Dart, the veterinary surgeon, of Burkesville, was called to see a nice young horse of C. C. Traylor. He said it had a bad case of pink eye. '4 Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Kv.. E. L. REECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. fc$ j Dingo. Mrs. Lucy Campbell, who has been very low for the past four months, is still no better. Melvin Petty made a business trip to Greensbure last week. J. C. Campbell has been out sheep. Mr. Parker Allen, of Arat, was The spelling bee at Independence last Thursday night was at this place last week. largely attended. Misses Lalla Thomas, Ella Elrod & Co.. have moved their Cole, Eula and Bobbie Traylor stave mill from Picnic to Columvisited at Glenville and Esto last bia. week. Master Earl Campbell has been Mrs. J. A. English, of Colum- on the sick list for several day3. bia, Mrs. Birtie Masters and her Mrs. Marian Norris, widow of daughter, of Oklahoma, visited the late John C. Norris, was at the home of Mrs. Sallie Tray- granted a pension last week. Eldridge Stotts and family vislor last Thursday and Friday. Missses Feriba Smith and Ella ited relatives at Amandaville, last Saturday and Sunday. Cole visited Miss Florence Caugh-bro- n Mr. Darrell Strange, who last Thursday. teaches in the Greenbriar disMiss Pearl Garrett Is on Crocus trict, .near here, opened a moonvisiting her sister, Mrs. Fletch- light school last week with good attendance. Mr. Strange is one er. of our best young men, an excelMr. Burr Brake and Miss Sea lent teacher and will do his best Willis, of this place, eloped to to wipe illiteracy out of his dis Tennessee last Sunday and were trict. Several from this place were married. caught in the rain, or rather Mr. E. R. Thomas is on the water spout, while returning sick list. from C a last Monday afMr. Sam Duvall, who has been ternoon aiid all report a good at this place for the past few wetting. Mose Wooten has started his months, has returned to Colum cane mill and says that if sorbia to enter school. ghum will do it he means to Mr. Jasper Sparks and family sweeten this neighborhood. visited Henry Sparks Sunday. O. H. Morrison, Bliss, did busiMrs. Alice Tuggle, of Glasgow ness here last Thursday. and Mrs. Yates, of Fairplay, For Sale. were here to see their father, J. I have a six room cottage near F. Thurman. last week. Jr-nbithe-Grade- several days buying cattle and ' e, X-m- as. d for 1 Sale. V . have a larger farm than 1 need and will. sell thirty or forty acres of it. This tract has a small boxed house, good well, and some good timber, clfeafed'land good. This will make some" one a good, home .Located 3 miles noTth of Columbia. W. R. Williams. 43-4t. School building, good garden, about one acre of ground, plenty of fruit, good well of water, stable and other outbuildings, all in the house neatly furnished, which I desire to sell Also one picture show, well located and- a barber shop in Hancock Hotel. Reason for selling: Going to a city or a larger town to install a picture show. .Call on or, write. - 45-- 2t .... G. W. Lowe,. Colombia;. Xy. THE ADAIR CO JNTY NEWS t Big;ildu6aMonaLRallSplumbia, Qjct, 30, 1914. Everybody is Going You Come Lindsey-Wiso- n A Safe i PROGRAM vS Trainln; Place to Put Your Children. School . 1 School Parade All ihe School Childereri of "the .County who are present at the rally. Each leach- -. erhaving charge of the pupils of his or her School. (Each school should have a penant designating the name of the school. Parade will start at the court house and march to the Fair Grounds.) American Flag to the School having the greatest percent of pupils and patrons present at the rally. Attendance will be based on the census reports of the districts. Russell & Co. American. Flag to the district having the second highest percent in attendance. Calculated same V. I. Ingram. as above. Spelling contest (Written) Bible Joe Patteson 1 (Neatest.jpatch-onscalico'?(b- y $1.00. 1 JI J. - school girl any-- ' "age) J8 19 made gingham apron (by school girl any age) Murray Ball. ff Valuable Bar PinS 2 Best specimen of i manual training work (to be judged from workmanship and difficulty in making) I $2.00 Columbia Bank. 20 & 22 23 24 Best Embroidored shirt waist (made by girl any Gill & Waggener. age) Gravy Ladle Best Ladies crochet collar (made by girl any age) Walker's Store. Shirt waist pattern 3 4 5 Pole vault (Boys any age) ; Box of Fruit & Candy Garrison Bros. Sack Race. Boys any age and any number may C. R. Hutchison. enter. Good knife mile race. One teacher from each eduBox Whitman's cational division may enter. Flowers & Beck. Candy. One-ha- lf Declamatory contest for boys, any age $ .00 . Dr. Triplett. "Recitation for girls, any age. Valuable Book Page & Taylor's Drug Store. 4 Best Essay on "Why Eradicate jllliteracy in Ken? tucky?" Valuable Book. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. - 25 100 yds dash. dasK. Boys any age. $1.00 1. Wl H. Wilson. 26 100 yds 27 Knife. Boys 14 and under. Moss & Wilson. 8 Best exhibit or display of work from any rural American Flag First National Bank. 'Best reader of First' grade,'vho has entered school th is year, Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. 2. Running Broad Jump. mile race. $100. Goff Bros.. . .3. 4. Boys and Girls are Under our personal care at all times. New brick dormitories, electric lights, water works, baths, and steam heat. Location healthful and beautiful. 5. nis courts, basket ball floor, track,;etc Thorough courses. Our graduatesleriter the best colleges and universities with- out 6. Good moral and religious influences but. not sectarian. Book-keepin- g, 28 29 30 Boys any age. $1.00." Hancock Hotel. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten IOC rSes 11 Apple Pie $1.00'" Dr. Cartwright. Box Candy. Winfrey & Co. Potato Race, : Boys 14 and under. $ .00, 1 Best Loaf Light Bread. , Bennett & Smith. - COURSES: Training, Normal; Intermediate, Primary, pression, Voice, Art. ' Ex- 12 '' 1 Best ! doz Biscuit. $1.00 baum. Representing Best doz Corn Muffins. Taylor & &. Rosen-Gowb- y Co. 3 One Box Stationery Dr. Murrell 3 1 Girls 15 and over. Not more than two entries from each educational DiBox Fruits and Candies. vision. Nell & McCandless. Wheel Barrow race. Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. For information address. Relay Race. Division. I Four boys from each Educational MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. Mrs J. C. Spears and children, and sister, Miss Annie Burke, left for Louisville Sunday morning- to attend - rcT d 1 not. more than two entries from each division (Corn must have been, grown on farm of boys exhibiting same.) $2.00 Best i doz ears corn ' doz Photos made of boys together Buford Montgomery. Rally. while at the 32 Egg Race. Highest Division, lumbia. winning Girls 14 and Under. $1.00 I Jeffries Hardware Store. 15 Best Dr. Hndman. , doz Irish potatoes. s Good. Knife Reed & Miller, . 53 16 Best glass of Apple JeHy, made by any school girl Bar Pin, value $2.00. Paull Drug Co. number of points won by any Educatioal Two Schools in CoAmerican Flag. (Flag to go to the school of that division the greatest number of points). the State Fair. From Loulsvill Mis? Beef and Milk A-ple-nty I Any time any of my cattle set anything wrong with them I give them a few- doses of B e e D e e - Burke will go to Indianapolis, Ind., to make her home with her father. She will be greatly misled in Columbia Mrs. Hattie Paxton has returned to her home, Pierce City, Mo. Mr. A. F. son-in-la- Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef production and for milk production. Todo either right they must be healthy. There is. nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of Rules and Regulations Governing the Rally 1. School pupils taking part in the contests must be in school age and must have entered school by August 24 and have been in regular attendance since that time. 8 The district winning 2 The regular rules governing all athletic events will be used on this occasion. The first winner in each event counts three points, the second two and the third one, in deciding which Edmcational Division and Ijas number of points; though no secwon the greatest ond and third prizes are offered, sub-distri- 9 ct ' sermons delivered by the Presiding aud the Sheriff is ordered to hav Elder. We understand from the pas- opened at the November Election. 10 Only school pupils are wanted in the line of march. Plenty of rain and cool weather for tor, Rev Christie, that all the de- 1914, a poll upon said question, but Place of delivering premiums will be announced the past week. is free. Everything ening. of same on the morning of the Rally. Luther Willis was at Greensburg mands from this work has been fully before doing so notice newspapermust-' pubbe duly advertised in a met in every respect. This has been one day the first of the week. 2 Contentants in Domestic Science and Mannual The Fair Association has given alj stand privileges"' general circula lished in aud lining a Training must present specimens of work made by Alfred Parson and wife visited rel- a great year in the Masters vineyard. tion in Adair county as required lif to the two Columbia schools. We are dll glad that we had such a law contestants. atives at Portland last Thursday. r judges for the various events are to be selectThe J. A. Diddle spent several days in faithful and good pastor, as Bro. A copy. Attest 13 The President and Secretary of the "Rally Comed by Profs. Moss & Wilson from the town of Greensburg last week looking after the Christie and hope he will be returnee mittee" desire to express to the Adair County Walker Bryant, CIer$' for these posters (which are dolumber business. Columbio, and from the facultier and pupils of the News their thanks By L. O Taylor, D. Qe; again to this work. in adnated by the News) and their C. O. Moss and W. C. Hill attended t two schools. The decisions of these judges are The night school that is being vertising the Rally through the colums of the News. services at Pickett Chapel last Sun-- ! final. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. taugnt oy our emcient teacner, Mss day. Dates and Places of Division Rallies Mr. S. A. Taylor is a very sick man Gamete, for the benefit of those who ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT We urge that avery rural teacher drill their childFriday in Oct. Mt. Pleasant, 3rd Fisrt Division At this time his condition is consid- - ' can not read and write, is very well ren at school to march in the order that they wish OF KENTUCKY ered very serious. Second Division Antioch, 2nd Friday in Oct. attended and much interest is being them to march at the county rally, at Columbia. 1 Frank Duliu grew the largest and manifested by these unfortunate pec- - i W. G. Roy & J. W. Roy Third Division Zion, 1st Friday in Oct. Train children to march in line and pay strict atpiuI finest watermelons that was grown in'. ple, and we take Jt tliat rauch good j Exors of Asa M. Roy's will I Division Little Cake, Last Friday in Sept. Fourth tention to orders. W. T Collins Deft. this community this season. will prevail in the way of promoting ; By virtue 0f Judgment and Order oi Will Flowers and Tom Hughes, of PUBLIC SPEAKING: We hope to have with us on this occasion some of the States Bliss, passed through here one day tl (sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered greatest Educators, who will make addresses. at the May term, thereof, 1U14, in the week with a nice bunch of cattle last Automobile for Sale. above cause, for the sums of three hun- which they had bought in the Nell dollars aud ninety "dred and forty-si- x Mr. M. E. Tarter, of the Campbells-vill- e community. ,. .... Lexington, where he will enter the ,J an- - .:n ..nt I. -- :., T ,.t,lt t A A tr . . I) rasseilKer OUICK AUIUIUO- - ;ueis, auu wildu tuau" nciciu, i auai: bam Mitchell, of Columbia, spent a bar, wa3 here Friday. State College. day or so in this community last week bi,e- - This automobile has been thor-- proceed to offer or sale at the CourtMr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here preparing Messrs W. R. Lyon and B. H. Gil- tu uuc ouimiy overimuieu in nil us wurivinj: huuw uuui iu (jumuium, j., for circuit cou rt. oc t highest bidder, at public auction, nin. Pamnhp.llsvillfi., wptp. hp.re Thurs- - the latter part of last week. W.V Mrs. J. D. Walker and Mrs. Lucy parts and is as good as new. 43-Monday, the 21st day of Sept , 1914, at W. R. Myers & Son. 'Winnie Do honey is in Louis-- , day. Miss Mr. Robert Beauchamp and his sis- Follis, of Columbia, were the guest df one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout be- ville, visiting her sister. Mr. Lee Kohn, the wholesale Jewel- ter, Miss Carrie, of Horse Cave, visit- Mre Mnllip Dirlrllo nnn rlrnr loot-- , nualr upon a credit of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Jo Furkin, of Keltner, called' Uiavea lot of good chestnut shingles ing Circuit Court,) Mr. R. H. Kinnaird, of Carrollton, ry man, was here a few days ago, to ed their uncle and aunt, ' following desenbea 45-l- t six mouths the for sale. J. C. Dohoney, last week. infnMncin.,M,0 ...i,i.' see the Paul Drug Co. 111., was at the Hancock Hotel a "" property, t: A certain tract of JT. T. Blair. Gentry's Mill.l Kv. f..n....-.r..- . i .:imij ago. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was in j Mrs. Sallie Walker will visit her sis- llll Innd citnnfpil in Adair rnnntv. TCv. Miss Pedigo, of Summershade, is ter, Mrs. Laura Powell, who resides in containing 54J acres less 1S acres sold Mr. Ralph Young, of Minneapolis, Columbia two days of last week. Adair County Court. i Dallas, Texas, and will leave Colum- spending a few days with her sister, off to Asa M. Roy, deceased, said lands N C, was in Columbia a tew days Mrs. W. O. Clark, who visited her Mrs. Christie, of our city. bia some time this week-- . ago. brother, Mr. R. H. Pricet other relCalled Term, Aug. 24th, 1914 are fully described by meets and bound? Mr. Titus Mercer, of Columbia. ' Mrs. R. B. Wilson, Cane Valley, TWoHnvnn. w T. Riikh and M" the i.Judgment and Order of Salt Mr. Alva Burbridge, Bogard, Mo., atives and friends about Columbia, passed through here last week with a twentytwo othertesldents and egai which of Record in the office of the left for home, in Knox county, sever- who has been quite ill for four weeks, is visiting relatives in the county. nice bunch of cattle, which he ha d vQters of Eectiou precinct Xo. 3, of 'Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court ia is improving al days ago. bought on Leatherwood creek, at the Mrs. R. L. Bunnell, of Louisville, is 0rder Boo,, No- - i4' Pa5e 2u5 t0 wh,cU Rev. John Lloyd and wife, of Cum- market price, from Mr. Hamilton and Adajr countv Kv in0wn as Roley reference is made for particulars, Mr. Adair Hodges, of Greensburg, visiting her sister, Mrs. John N. Mur-rel- l. votirig preCinct, and tiled their peti-- 1 was a visitor to Columbia last Thurs- berland county, visited relatives in others it that sectiin pur-' tion signed by said legal voters as re- - For the purchase price, the se-tAdair county last week. day. approved surety or Mr. Strong Hill and wife will attend quired by law asking the court to enter Jcliarser, with Mr. W. E. Eubank, who left Adair Mr. R. T Jones and daughter, Miss Mr. A O Baker, of Amandaville, State Fair this week. Mrs. Hill, an onJer submitting to the legal voters curities, must execute Bond, bearing county, from Cane Valley, fifteen years made a business trit to Columbia last Ruby, of Pellyton, visited relatives while there, will purchase a stock of of sajd. precinct to .be voted on at ,eSal interest from the day of sale ago, and who now resides in Oberlin, ' in Columbia the latter part of last millinery goods for this market. Thursday. reirUiar November Election, 1U14 the ! uutil Paid' and haviQg the force and Kansas, is here, on a visit. Bidders wjU Our farmers are sowing quite a crop question as to whether or not cattle j effect of a Judgmeut. Mr. J. W. Gilmore, Cincinnati, week. Miss Margaret Todd left for Brady, More than of any species shall be permitted to be prepared to compH- promptly witfe Mrs Helen Crandall, who has been of winter oats and rye. Texas, last Wednesday morning where called to see the Columbia merchants visiting here for several months, left, usual for this community and all ap- -' run at large in'said precinct, to include these terms. a few days ago. she will engage in teaching music. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Monday, for her home, Jacksonville, pearance. and what we have heard all cattle of the cow kind, horses, Mrs. R. B. Watson, of Dallas, TexMrs. Margaret Tucker is. spending a talked, there will" be a very large crop ' mules, Jacks, Jennetts, hogs, sheep, Fla. week or ten days with her nieces at as, visited Mrs. J. P. Beard, last week. and Soats' ana by order r court Wle said Look For Sal?. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Paull and Mr. of wheat sown. I petitioners deposited with the court Jamestown. Mr. Herschel McClister, a native of Fred Hill will attend the State Fair Messrs. Will Lyon, S. C. Neat and 8.00 to defray the expenses of said in Mr. Paul Hughes left Saturday for Adair, now of Texas, is visiting rel- this week. They will leave One hundred and forty acres of ncli, G. W. Whitlock.'all grocerymen, were Election and upon consideration of the new tobacco laud with improvements "an auto , Center College, Danville, he having atives in this county. petition the prayer of, same is granted and seeding privileges. been a student in that institution for Mr. Bryan English aud sister, Miss calling on our!.merchants last week. Price,, S?,500. Dr. H. B. Simpson and;. wife, .Breed and the Clerk of this Court is ordered J. W. Caldwell, the past three years Golda, left Saturday for ; Bowling Uncle Charlie Yates has a very fine to prepare and t urnish ballols to said Address, Columbia last. Thurs ing, visited-i, McKinney, Ky. Green, where they will attenolschooJ. mule colt, as well asone,of, the finest i.. Sunday for day. precinct in accordance w'ith this order, Mr. AJbia Eubank left sub-distri- penant, given by in front, the School win Russell & Co.. will march ning secondpenant given by W. I. Ingram will have second place in line of march. Other rural schools will occupy any convenient positiol in line of march. The Columbia Schols will march in the rear. Let teachers from each district report the number of students and patrons present from their and the number of miles from school house to Columbia, by "9:30 Friday morning of the rally, at the County Superintendents office. We urge the rural teachers to be exact in reporting the mileage and number present from their first school sub-district, return trip to Oklahoma. Grant, his daughter and left this morning, on their Ree "Hee ST0CK MEDICINE STOCK MEDICINE They soon get well. John S. Carroll. Moorhead. Miss. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. Mr. T. E. Jeffries and wife. Mr. Melvin Conover and wife, Mrs. Mont Conover, Miss Effle Conover, Mr. J. P. Summers and two sons, Mr. II. B. Gar-netMr. C. R. Hutchison and wife, Peacock colts that there is in this Mr. W. II. Wilson, wife and son, and section. Mr. Harry Chilson will attend the The last Quarterly meeting, for this State Fairthis week. circuit, convened here last Wednes day with a good attendance and fine i Gradyville. t, Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. P.B.: W. T. OTTLEY ATTORNEY Will -.- , )COI.VMIUA, KKNTCCKV. Praciice in alHhe Courts. Hollin Hurl's Gffcct. 0!lice:-- ln No admission will be charged for entrance to the Fair grounds or to the addresses of the day or ev- 1 1 1 -- 44-4- t. i ; ! , Personals. -- """ 4t T...-..- I. 1 I X J - . few-day- s ! to-wi- rf I - I he I - to-da- y ' . " " . '- 41-t- f. "i THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS BOUND THE WORLD American Mobilizing. jyUiDEtrrAKE?. A oxide an extremely elastic glass has been brought out in France. The ameer of Afghanistan receives from the government f India an annual subsidy of abous $600,000. Since 1S57 there have been sixty disasters in the collieries of south Wales, frith a total loss of life of 2.90S. It is said that Chinese girls take more interest in American life and politics than their American sisters. The population of Manchuria is variously estimated between '5,000.000 and 10,290,000. the latter being the customs figures. New York legal aid bureau for a fee of 10 cents furnishes a lawyer to assist Immigrants and poor persons in obtain- September is the month of Venice has a newspaper founded 313 American mobilization. An years ago. Bombay has 37,932 occupied and 7,784 army of more than twenty milunoccupied houses. lions is flocking to the colors in Cleveland in 1913 gave nearly to charities. every hamlet, town and city in Since 1909 Japan has more than its exports of toys. this broad land. They come to I keep constantly on hands a nice line Panama sends about 5,000,000 cocoa-nt- s the call of no rumbling drum or t Caskets and Coffins, and Men and a year to the United States. More than 12,000,000 American wo- shrill-voiced bugle to be made .adies Robes, also a nice Hurse. men are affiliated with mission work in over Cumberland Grocers Co., foreign fields. food forjpowder and shell. Their "olumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. X ray apparatus has been invented for killing the tiny parasites that eat rallying signal is the school bell, J. S. Jones. small holes in leaf tobacco. By the addition of magnesia and an for theirs is the army of educa$3.-00,0- Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. F. Blankenship, Sharon. Tenn., and Beulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky., and they always have a bottle of it in the house, for it is a reliable laxative for all the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardlv breathe or snpnk for in tn ?n J minutes. My doctor could not help me, Dut i was completely curea Dy dou-We- d Lo-ati- on tion. Although those may dispute it who have not tried it, yet thousands of others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured for as little as fifty cents, years ago, and that the trouble never came back on them, whilo others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a scntury and has been popularized on its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims regarding it as a permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It is not' violent like cathartic pills, Baits or waters, but operates gently, DR. KING'S Hew Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. remedy before buying it, in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. C. D. IBP" Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON " The opening of the school year finds the country more than ever alive to the necessity of drastic reforms in our system of education, if it can be dignified by the term system. Under present conditions, inherited mainly from the past, fully 50 per cent., of our money and efforts devoted to ing justice. education isutterly wasted in Women are to be admitted, to the faculty of theology, the synod of the can- training that fails to fit for life ton of Neufchatel, in Switzerland, has the only real test of education. just decided. The new civil code has introduced This is particularly true in the Important reforms in Switzerland since it gives both parents equal rights over rural sections of the country their children. It is remarkable to what extent where the old slovenly and Sweden exports butter. After iron ore are most deepft is the second article of importance In the export trade. ly rooted. Chinese in the Hongkong have recently taken to ice There Is a tremendous sale of can ice cream freezers. The foreign commerce of the Daily Courier - Journal Birdseve view ot our Plant $6.00 a .ear Sunday Courier - Journal .jjSsSvpS? "J0" te -- 4sSJsK-iY- ggg.. fjg,- -" Special Fistulo, Poll-evi- Attnetin In FF5 but-gical l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mod ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIEFltfE. ON BlfRKSVlLLE STREET. $2.00 a Year Joseph H. Stone, Attonev-At-Law district cream. Ameri- States in the calendar year 1913 approximated Sl.750,000,000 of imports nd $2,500,000,000 of exports. Chicago leads the largest twenty-twcities In the United States in the percentage of increase in automobile accidents in the last five years. The postofflce department of India maintains a life insurance branch, which has over 23,000 active policies, svith an aggregate insurance of $10,-O00.00- 0. United o The ultra violet ray is being introduced by Paris dentists for whitening discolored teeth and sterilizing them In such a way that they are less liable to decay. 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Passett. who has done mom than any other man to make the dahlia one e New Jersey's most extensive and profitable crops, has been raising this flower for more than seventy years. He is now eighty-eight -- In Stavanger, Norway, even peasant Adair County News One Year Each Notice to the Public , BviBBy. The coin will, soon catch the up Stairs. motion and will start to rolling Columbia, - Kentucky round the inside of the hat. As you increase the rapidity of the twist, the coin will circle higher and higher inside the hat until In a new hotel in Worcester, Mass., it is spinnirg round and round in there will be a clock set into the flooi Land Owners Attention. of the lobby. The dial will be of glass an almost horizontal position. one inch thick and will be twenty-lou- r The principle is the same as that T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do inches in diameter. The clock will be run entirely by electricity and observed in motorcycle raceyour Surveying correctly. xegulated daily by telegraph. courses, where the course is The Norwegian government has He has thirty-thre- e years granted Roald Amundsen, the explorer made almost in the shape of a experience. Charges reaami discoverer of the south pole, permission to establish a postofflce on bowl and the racers as they gain sonable. Phone 74 or board the Fram during his coming trip through the arctic seas. This will write speed rise higher and higher tomost northerly postofflce in tie T. C Faulkner, world, and its object will be to send ward the edge and lean inward onvenirs from the unknown region Columbia , Ky. at an increasing angle. througb irhJcb tb Fram moves. General Blacksmithing and WaKon Repairing neatly Prices right and Carriage done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing. Stirveyi tig For S3.50 This offer will 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 ; ', . satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & X. Depot PHONE NO. 73 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsvillc, Ky. e ii.. Tt.AmM..-- - RnnMnx. Neuralgia, Backache, Headache andl an paias. xuu uiuucj w ifuva any acne in any Dan ui m mi i. . fifteen minutes time. jit 6VC JTice apl isd etiesUr sent ea reqaett. Free rA-i.u r cles. --- ,"A7. jb ovr-wysr- RflltRBON REMEDY COMPANY. .342 East Main St., LHhiM,Ky. this office : . THEL'ADAJR COUNTY NEWS Dirigo. The roads are being worked in I will drill wells in Adair and this section. They were begin Some of our farmers are pre adjoining counties. See me be- ning: to get in a bad fix, but we paring wheat ground. Corn is hope that before the campaign is fore contracting. Latest extra good. over, every road in this section machinery of all kinds. Four wells have been drilled in will be in good shape. taking other medicines. I decided to Pump Repairing Done. Give Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Ollie Morrison and family, of our community the past week; take his advice, although I did not have me a Call. Hughes Would Die, But Bliss, visited at Mose Wooten's one at the home of Mr. James any confidence in it Combest, one for Olie McKinley a day or so last week. I have now been taking C. YATES Oie Helped Him to for three months, and it.has cured me Arthur Morgan and Owen one for Willie Reynolds and one Recovery. Cheatham were here one day last at the new Clear Spring .school. haven't had those awful sick headaches STOMACH TROUBLE FOR WELL DRILLER Ozark. Picket. FIVE YEARS Mr. Geo. Whitlock and family of Campbellsville, were at G. T, im-yrov- ed Kemp's one night last week. J. H. Rodgers sold two calvea to a Mr. Sparks for $20.00 each. Black-Draug- ht J. There will be lots of corn made in this part of the county if nothing happens to it. since I began using it. Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes ad-W- ces I am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht THE LOU IS VI LL TIMES FOR 1913 ht has been Thedford's writes as follows : "I was down with stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be ind all my friends, except one, thought would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draught, I kept in every family chest. me to try and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. mi BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER week buying cattle. Tom Wooten and family, of Greensburg, visited relatives at this place several days last week. Rev. Joe Stotts, of this place, has been engaged in a series of meetings at Prices Creek for the past ten days. Mrs. E. E. Epperson and her daughter, Miss Ocey, visited relatives here a day or so last week. Mr. Creed Stotts, Bliss, visited his daughter, Mrs. Mose Wooten, at this place several days last week. (Cotinued from page three.) Pellyton, Rev Marvin Perryman has turned to the L. W. T. S. W. S. Sinclair and re- daughter, Rose, went to Columbia Satur- day. Mr. Jo Coffey has built a new kitchen and dining room, and re- paired the. other parts of his The Daily The younger set report a niece THE LOUISVILLE TIME! time at the bean hulling given at the home of Willie Bean last I keep on hands a full stock of A YEAR. Thursday night. IS coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Melvin Pettie has bought the Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and interest in the James two hearses. Prompt service night or IP YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDl t Stapp farm near here that was day Residence Phone 29, office inherited by Rollin Stapp, for TO US, YOU CAN GET Phone 98. the sum of one hundred dollars. yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. Several of the younger set Ad THE ADAIR COUNT) from this place attended an apple pealing given at the home of dwelling and is now preparing to build a large stock barn. THE REGULAR PRICE OF $5.00 Pastures are good 3ince the week for Ind., to work until rains set in. Christmas. W. G. Pickett has bought sevMr. W. G. Roy is quite sick. eral hogs recently, paying fair Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bryant prices. were guests of Mr. Lawrence Montgomery and family, last Mrs. Jane Whitlock, of Fry, Sunday week. was visiting her son3, of near The school rally at Concord Bliss, a few days last week. last Friday was very entetaining. Mr. Alex Estes sold his shop There were five schools took part tools here and will locate elseand each one did well. In the where. spelling contest Miss Ekel CalMr. Enoch Pickett, who left houn, of new Clear Spring; won for Illinois, a short time ago, has r, first prize, and Miss Alice of Freedom, won second. returned home. The words were selected and Our school is moving along pronounced by Prof. Moss, of L nicely with Miss Mary Pickett Con-ove- Mr. Arvin Conover left this one-seven- th W. T. S. as teacher. 45-- 1 NEWS Louisville And The Times News publish- - AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR There is a good many railroad crippled for several weeks with ties out yet that hasn't been haulerysipelas on her foot. ed to Greensburg. Mrs. T. J. Bryant has been Rev. Christie filled his last apsuffering with erysipelas for sevpointment at Pickett's Chapel G. A. Murphy, at Chance, one eral weeks. last Sunday before the annual night last week. Mrs. Corbin, of Cane Valley, J. W. Reece, Breeding, bought is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Conference. a calf from Mrs. Marian Norris W. J. Montgomery. The singing at Pickett's Chapel for eighteen dollars. was very good last Sunday evenm i Rheumatism Pains Stopped. ing. Come again, Opher, you. Mother of Eighteen Children. application of Sloan's LinThe Miss Adda McKinley has been Adair s County the best afternoon daily paper ed in Louisville. FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES It is Democratic, the best afternoon paper prh ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corres- ih vi but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii I ti pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p County News both for 4.50 per year. am the mother of eighteen chil dren and have the praise of doing more work 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 re fer 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. Tonti Illinois. 'I first fectly. r P Covers the general news flsJ Editor News: You will please find space in Special Notice! completely. Has the best and fullest mau kets reports. Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales at Special Prices. Hay Presses, Both Horse DEMOCRATIC in politics bt fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIF TION RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OEMCE Dr. James Triplet! DENTIST OVER PAULXi'DRDG CO. Columbia, Ky. ItKS PHONB i2D. O EUNICE PHONB and Gasoline Engine Power. 4. ' V SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Nine Disc See or write him before buying. and Indigestion caused me Croat distress lor two years. J tciec many I things for relief, hut got little hilp. tillat apt I found it 111 tno Best puis or niwiicme l ever triaa your paper from a boy from old Kentucky. I am located in the southern part of Illinois. I am only about 35 miles from the Missouri line. I am on the Illinois Central Railroad. It has been so dry here this year that crops wont make anything. There was no oats or wheat and corn wont make more than ten bushels to the acre. The northern part of the State has fine crops of all kinds. Well, I guess some of the readers of this paper will wonder what I am doing here as the most of them know what I did back there. So I will tell them. I am working on the I. C. R. R., where I can see a little of everything going on. Lots of days I see 50 trains. I see more ' trains every day than I ever saw stove wood wagons on the square of Columbia on county court day. I can prove what I say by Willie Morris and Jo the reply of a young diplomat to a challenge given by an of the annexed provinces, Nell. AIsace-LorrinThe two neighMr. Clayton Bell, who has been bors at an official banquet recentsick for some time with a slow ly, and the young Frenchman fever does not improve very was talking of the skill of the fast. French workman. Misses Delpha, Vera and Ger "However ugly a thing may trude Kinniard and brother be, he seems able to turn it into Rowe, spent Saturday night and a pretty object," he said. The Sunday at Roy Walker's. old Prussian, with an important or iment 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 ray 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- and Mr. Hill. G. T. Kemp and Johnnie Pick- ett were in Columbia last day. Held by a Hair. Mon- Before the war broke out in Europe France was amused over e. Mrs. A. M. Pursely, of Edmonton, is visiting her daughter, gesture, pulled a gray hair from his beard. Mrs. R O. Pulliam. "Let him make something Corn crops are fine here since pretty out of that," he said, grufthe good rains have come. The fly, handing it to his companion. wheat crop is also good the best The Frenchman smiled, and carewe have had for several years. fully laced the hair in his pocket-booMr. Tom Combs has been suffering a great deal with his A week later the German rejaw caused from his teeth. ceived a small box. In it was a Leonard Walker has had a gold tiepin, the head representvery sore hand. ing the Prussian eagle on a rock. k. Mrs. Mary Bell is visiting her The eagle held in its claws the son, Jim Bell, at Stony point. grayhair, to each end of which Mr. Jeff Rose doesn't improve a small gold ball was fixed, and much. Miss Blanche Walker is get- on one ball was the word "alsace" and on the other "Lorraine." inUWIU Woodson Lewis C. OR. KING'S aUl tlO .' t SSCmiS 7 ...i ArALL BRl'GGlSrS. ting along very well with her And inscribed in tiny letters on Goodin. Well, I will ring off school at this place. the rock was the legend, "You this time and if I , see this in Mrs. Carrie Walker and her only hold them by a hair." come again. Wishprint, I will boys, Will and Hobson, are visiting success to the News and all The Adair County Newjs ing at Marrowbone, Cumberland I am,, itsreaders. One Dollar a Year. Prank Burris. county. v. U 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COMMISSIONER'S vfe PRESIDENT WILL END WAR SOONIIS BELIEF. Washington, Sept. 10. In circles close to the President the opinion is freely expressed that by the end of two months the United States will have been authorized to devise agreements between the warring nations of Europe that will terminate the great war. That this act will be the crowning achievement of Woodrow Wilson is now constantly predicted in offician circles. "We are the onlv ereat neutral nation out of it," said a high official today, "and the heads of the Governments are beginning already to send messages to the President which will probably precede others of greater consequence to the world SALE. ADAILl CIRCUIT COJRT , OF KENTUCKY. L. M. Wilburn, &c, vs. gotiations. chaser, with approved surety or President told callers that he had received no official word The must execute Bond, bearing warring nations about peace. He said talk about legal interest from the day of sale unfrom any of the til paid, and having the force and efpeace was still "in the air." fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS. offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky , to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 21st day of Sept., 1914, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being Cir'uit Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described propA certain tract of land erty, situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Glensfork creek, near Glen-villcontaining about 70 acres, fully described by meets and bounds in the PRESIDENT WILL REPLY TO KAISER. Judgment and Order of Sale, which Wilson announced today can be found of record in order book Washington, Sept. 10. President No. H, page 226, in the office of the that he would reply to Emperor William's message, which he said, Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, to contained nothing that could be construed as a desire for peace ne- which reference is made for particulars. For the purchase price, the purto-wi- t: e, s, ) Charlie Wilburn, &c, Deft. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1914, in the above cause, I shall proceed to I pitfl Buy Your Fall Goods Early From best information we can get, there will be advance prices on several lines of Merchandise. Our entire Fall Stock is in our house ready for your inspection. We have the Largest Stocks ever shown in Columbia, bought at the Lowest Prices. We handle Good Quality Merchandis of. Latest Styles. If you want the correct Fall Styles we HAVE THEM. Russell & fk 5&; prepared to comply promptly with these terms. V. im '"B? 0. G. BARDWHJI. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. The Germans seem to have realized that they have been led into a dangerous position, for they have brought up reinforcements for their left. In spite, however, of their desperate attacks, the English troops not only held the ground already gained, but forged ahead. While the official reports failed to indicate the direction in which the Germans have retired, it is believed here that they have withdrawn to the northeast in the direction of Epernay, a Sown about seventy miles from Paris. The British troops, having crossed the river Marne, are now m a position to follow up their success. They are menacing the Germans constantly with a turning movement. This is particularly true, insomuch as they have the support of the French forces left on the banks of the river Ourcq, who are ready to deal with any German reinforcements that may be brought into the action. That the allies are doing a littlelmore than holding their own is the deduction of English observers made today from, the meager available news of the momentous struggle, which already has pro- j gresaed for four days in the region of the river Marne. This conclusion is based solely on reports exclusively from British and French sources, the German staff not having revealed an inkling of their views of the battle since the advance of their forces met its first check. ; i - Prts. J. 8. COCKE. V Prei. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec j W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 (WmiiWIGHTS 1301 TftlRTeeNTff-MftlN. SEALERS IN f mACflltflSTS LOUTSUILLe SLOW BUT GENERAL ADVANCE. NO PEACE WITHOT A DECISIVE VICTORY Washington, Sept. 10. Great Britian is determined not to .make peace until she has decisively defeated Germany. This sentiment has been conveyed to President Wijson in dispatches from Ambassador Page at London. No formal message was communicated by the British Foreign Office so the American Ambassador, but after Mr, Page's conversation with high British officials and his own observation, he reported that efforts to initiate peace negotiations through the allies atjthis time would be fruitless. Great Britian, France and Russia ' have signed their agreement not to make peace except by common ' Editor News: As this is the last day of my vacation I decidedd would' write consent The News a few lines before I Ambassador Page's report and the convention signed by the get busy with my studies in allies have had the effect of discouraging efforts on the part of the school, as I am going to enter Washington government to renew its tender of good offices. Officials the first year high school. I pointed out that the text of Emperor William's dsipatch to Presifeel like I will be kept busy with d dent Wilson protesting against alleged use of dumdum bullets RUSHING ARMY SOUTHWARD. my studies. I graduated from no references or intimations of a willingness to discuss The news from Belgium indicates that the Germans .are pre- the eighth grade in June 1914, peace. paring for eventualities by rushing reinforcement southward. The at the age of twelve. The Com.It was stated authoritatively in official quarters that neither first definite indication of this movement is given in a dispatch mencement Exercises were held from the side of Germany and Austria nor the Allies had the slight- from Belgium, which relates that the German force that has been for the eighth grade graduates est ray of encouragement. The Washington government, there- waiting outside Ghent for the levy of provisions demanded from in the State Arsenal in Springfore, is waiting for a more apropitious moment before renewing that city, has lett hurriedly in a southeasterly direction. field 111., June 30, 1914. It beits efforts to end the conflict. England had looked hopefully ipr the Russian "steam roller'' ing a very grand occasion. The WILL TAKE PARIS. to get under way, but the impetus which the Russian army in the graduates marched from the The German Minister to Mexico says: "I do not know wheth- Eastern theater of war already has acquired has surprised even Court-Hous- e to the State Arsenal will take a waek or six weeks or how long it will be, but of the military experts. The movement of the Russian advance has where there was about 5,000 peoer this this you may rest assured the German army will take Paris. If been so speedy that the German divisions advancing on the Vistula ple seated awaiting our arrival, they do not, it will be because there are no more German soldiers are likely to arrive in time to assist their sorely pressed ally in to cheer us over the great work Galicia. left to fight. we had completed to bid the PubDRIVING THE GERMANS. is said about the Russian advance toward Berlin. First, "Much lic Schools of Illinois adieu to enReports from Petrograd indicate that the Russian armies al ter a more difficult branch of Koenigsbergs, then ve will talk about their fet the Russians take t ready are driving the Germans before them on the Western bank studies to complete our educamarching to Berlin of the Vistula. In this region the only base left for a rallying tion, that we might make noble point for the Austrian and German force! is Cracow, the old cap- men and women for our country-W- e WAkNEWi. ital of the Kingdom of Poland; situated in Galicia, in a broad have the compulsory school plain on the left bank of the Vistula, and .not more than thirty London, Sept. 10, 2:50 p. m. The official press bureau has law and all our schools are gradmiles from the frontier of Sjilesia. If this place falls before the the following statement: ed. I noticed in your paper that enemy has been driven onslaught of the Russians, it is felt in London that the annihila"The battle continued yesterday. The the compulsory school law had tion of the Austro German armies in the southeast may result. all along the line. Sir John French reports that our first back been put into force in Kentucky, RUSSIAN ADVANCE. 200 German dead and taken twelve maxim guns." corps has buried The Russian advance now occupies almost a straight line from It is one of the grandest things "Our second army corps has captured 350 prisoners and a bat- Koenigsberg, on the Baltic, in East Prussia, to Cracow. If Aus- Kentucky ever had. If it had tery. ,. The Germans suffered heavily. Their men are stated to be been put into force many years tria is disposed of, a tremendous battle line from 200 to 300 miles ago, there wouldn't have been very exhausted. long'may sweep into the German Empire. so matjy cases of Illiteracy in the "British troops have crossed the river Marne in a northerly Many English breakfasts went untested this morning while inf. " state. We have had a verfr-drdirection." ,. ,..: the people read the graphic account by Field Marshal gfr John Field Marshal French's telegram shows that fighting of. the French, commander-in-chie- f of the British forces on the continent;' Aseason until ths last month. The drought was broken and things fiercest character is in progress, and his statement that the Ger- of the heroic fight made by the British expeditionary force to keep looks revived and corn will make man forces are very exhausted confirms unofficial information from from being annihilated. 40 or 50 bushels per acre. Well, of the ajlies hbeen deother quarters that the counter-attac- k impetuosity that' the invaders have I will have to say a few words livered with such speed and effects of their rush about church work. There isn't been given no chance to recovef from the ny Christian Church in this from the North. ei-jncon-taine--- British military writers find considerable satisfaction in the statement of the French and British official reports that '"In the center our advance is slow, but general." It is pointed out by these writers that the allies had prepared their center for the most formidable and dangerous attack, which, if successful, would have divided their forces This evidence that the German rushing tactics had been at feast temporarily countered has given more courage to British optimists, who believe that the Germans are feeling the pressure and have found it neccessary to hurry reinforcements from Belgium and practically denude Upper Alsace of troops that are being rushed to the central fighting zone. The numerous exultant messages from Petrograd and admissions of disasters from Viennar,indicate that the long series of military misfortunes marking the history of the dual monarchy are about to be capped with an unparalleled debacle, which may not only open the road to Berlin, but bring Austria to sue for peace. The armies in the West seem as if pausing to watch the fateful drama in Galicia, the outcome of which may have a tremendous effect on the plans of the invaders in the Western theater of war, as well as upon the allies themselves in that region. Reports thac the Russian invasion of Silesia is threatening Breslau indicate an entirely new move on the part of the Muscovites, which, if carried out on a really serious scale, may claim i scifftil rasult pissibly the early attention of the German in further relieving the German pressure on France. ENGNES. BOILERS, SAW ML1S. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS SMOKESTACKS Sheet iron and Tank WorK aHni' rt JOU8INQ WORK. SOL1CITRO --A- E TflCsr i SflPP m ll Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- town, so we attend the Baptist Church. We have a nice Sunday School. All the children that will memorize the Books of the Bible and-sathem will receive a Bible for a Christmas present. I have .already memorized ihem I noticed a letter in your paper sometime ago from Prentice, 111., from one of my former schoolmates in Kentucky. It was sad to me as she said her 1 ittle dog as all the company she h ad when her father was at work. If I lived close to her, I would surely try to make her happy, as I know it would be- very lonesome for me if I was all the housekeeper my father ha d. I will close saying good-by- e to all of my friends. Nannie Abell. y New Berlinjillinois. Sept., 8th, 1914. - As my sister is writing some to your good paper, I thought I would write a few lines, as it has been nearly five years since I have a recollection of old Kentucky, I would like to see all the folks there especially my grandma, Mrs. Nannie Mills, of Pellytonand my grand pa, Mr. Harrison Abell, of Casey Creek. Likely they would like to know how I am getting along. I am ten years old and in the sixth grade. I will tell my boy friends about the Sun- day School I attend. I have a lady teacher, bhe planned to ver-yvdistinc- left Kentucky, just the same I t . ' y t The News $1.00 Per Year. take her class out for an automobile ride. Six of us boys went. We visited the State Fair grounds of Springfield, the beautiful parks and many other beautiful places. We went to the Princess theater, where we saw the 'scenes of the present war and lots of other scenes that were very interesting. Also a treat of nfce refreshments. I will see' Kentucky again some day; if I Jive. I will close by saying" good-by- e to aH. Lindaey Abell. fell