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A representative of The News was in Greensburg the first of last week, finding business fairly good with the merchants and with men who are engaged in other pursuits, this is one of the oldest towns in Kentucky, but for more than a century she has had the right to boast of her citizenship. Men who became prominent lawyers in Kentucky, started at Greensburg, and at one time there was no stronger bar in the Commonwealth. In war she had valiant sons. It was the home of General Hobsou, who commanded a division in the Federal army during the war of the rebellion, distinguishing himself in many hard fought battles, dying at peace with all mankind, at his home some years after hostilities had closed, surrounded by his children, who knew that his name and his honorable deeds had left them a priceless "heritage. It was in Greensburg that "Billy" Willis, a lawyer, Captain of a company in our troubles with Mexico in 1846 8, spent many years of his life, known by all men to be as true as .steel to a friend, and who never turned his back to an enemy. He was killed in the battle of Buena Vista, and the sword he wore upon battle fields was brought to Kentucky, and for a long time it was in Adair county, where he had a brother and one sister. If we have been correctly informed he was a native of Adair, taking up his residence in Greensburg when quite a young man. Aaron Harding, the Wards, Barnetts, all prominent lawyers, were born and reared in Green county, and their rep utations at the bar started at Greensburg. Crops throughout Green county are looking good, and there will be an abundance of corn and all other kinds of provender. Greensburg is a considerable ship-pinpoint, car loads of lumber and staves, cattle, etc , leaving the depot every few days There are a number of good houses in Greensburg and handsome residences are dotted over the, town, and the inhabitants seem to be satisfied with their lots, contentment, the best adjunct to happiness, reigning supremp. While in Greensburg the News man called at the printing office, met Mr. g bus-tness VICTIM OF ASSASSINS. To-da- y, Meeting of Conference. t Circuit Court. Jurors, Present Term. Monday was the opening of the Sep(Wednesday) the Louisville Thurman Shot Down at Conference of the M. E. Church, tember term of the Adair circuit court. South, will meet in the Union Meth- - Early in the morning people comPost of Duty. odist Temple, Broadway, Falls City. menced to arrive and by the noon hour There will perhaps be more changes at the square and streets were full of men, ENEMY OF "BOOTLEGGERS." the Conference than any one held for women and children. Many came on several years. Besides the business to business, others to see and be seen. come bbfore the body will be of the Judge Carter and Commonwealth's Glasgow, Ky., Sept. 19. (Special to greatest importance. Attorney A. A Huddleston arrived in Robert T. ThurAll the Methodist ministers of due time, and by the dinner hour the a policeman, of this city, was Adair county and a number of laymen grand jury had been'instructed and at man. Robert , Courier-Journal- .) The meeting at Dunnville, conductThe following gentlemen make up ed by EIds.Z. T. Williams and Luther the juries for this texm of Circuit Youug, resulted in 42 additions to the Court: church. Bro. Young did the preachGRAND JUKY. ing and the people appreciated his L.B. Hurt, foreman: W.T. Withers, good sermons. Jo Rosenbaum, A. J. Barnes. A. C. Frodge, Melvin Cave, C. Al. Pollard, The revival held at Green River, Marion Antle. J. B. Riggins. Robt. near Yosemite, by J. Q Montgomery, Rubarts, PorterSexton, Thos. Pulliam. the pastor, assisted by Z. T. Williams, I'ETlT JVRYm resulted in 10 murdered between 2 and 1 o'clock this morning on West Main street, block from Court Square about one-haThurman received a telephone message to go to North Glasgow and make an arrest. He was returning with two prisoners when he was shot. He fell unconscious and the prisoners made lf J t hf duty. cordingly, the City Council of Glas gow, headed by Mayor J. S. Leech" met and employed Mr. Thurman with the understanding that he would try to arrest every violator of the law. He was a stranger here, and therefore could have no "favorites," and within a few weeks he had arrested persons. and convicted twenty-fiv- e This, of course, made him many enemies, and the threats were frequently heard that they would kill him. Interested persons offered him largcsums of money to leave, but these he refused and stayed at his post of to-da- y The shots aroused citizens, who found served this district three years, we the officer and car.ied him to the Mur-re- ll trust that he will be returned. Hotel, where he breathed his last a few minutes later NO. 6769. Attempts were made to assassinate the officer several months ago, since which time all kinds of rumors have OF THE CONDITION OF been afloat and many of his friends have predicted he would meet a vioTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK lent end. Nothing in the history of Glasgow has so aroused the people as the mur- AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE der of the brave young.officer. OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE Robert Thurman was 35 years old, OF BUSINESS Sept. 12, 1014. and was formerly marshal of Burkes-villRESOURCES and Edmonton, Ky He was a of the Methodist Church. member 117 577 AS Loans and discounts More than one year ago "bootleg-ging- " Overdrafts, secured and unsecurI 976 lii ed became so open in Glasgow that 25 000 00 be' done. Ac- U. S. Bonds, to secure circulation something drastic had to U. S. Bond-- to secure U. S. De- their escape will be in attendance. It is hoped by the people here that Rev. J S. Chandler, who is a very able minister, will be returned to Columbia. There is not a more popular Presiding Elder in the Conference than Rev. W. F. Hogard, and as he has only o'clock, went to work. There were a good many mule colts on the market and also some aged 1 additions to the church. REPORT e. ports Other Bonds to Secure Postal ?2,ooo SavJntrs Bonds, securities, etc. other than stocks) -- ' 000 00 jo J 1 roo oo 000 oo 11 Hanking houe, furniture, and fixtures Due from National Banks (not reserved asenti) Due froai State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies and Savings Banks Due from approved reserve agents in Central Reserve Cities, 81,078. 44; in other Reserve Cities ?2t5.822.7i Checks and other cash items, ... Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency.nick- els, and cunts Lawful money reserved in bank, 7 viz: Specie notes . ?. 1 Redemption fund wiih U. S. r: 27 S01 15 353 7 483 00 1 Editor of the Record, who seemed to have his hands full, as his helper is absent for the present. At this time the editor is writing up his paper, setting the type, making up the forms, turning out the and looking after his duties at home. Ward, job-work, l hurtiogtfne of his legs very badly, but Two weeks ago wa stated that Ed not breakmg it. Listen. Hood paid J. TBanks $1,500 for thirNotice. Down goes prices. Did jou ever ty acres of groiind The fifteen hunof anybody that put on a pair dred dollars included the corn, millet, hear tell of half soles for 25cts. ? Will you give tobacco, etc., on the place. I have at my farm near Picnic, Ky., me a chance? I can put on half soles a, blaclc male hog no marks that I have For Sale. cheaper than ever before, for I can taken up. Owner can get same by Calnail on. a sole in one minute. I keep 1 have two small farms of about six- ling ray place and paying for keepall kind of soles from 23c to 60c. ty acres each, on the waters of Sul- ing at and this notice. .25c., 30c:, 35c, 40c., 45c, 50c,. and 60c. phur, three and one-hamiles east of b Ed Stotts. If you are looking for cheap work I Columbia Cheap residences on each. can suit you. If you want good work Also four residences in Columbia. Because you cannot help everybody I will half sole for GOc, the very best. Will sell ou easy terms. is no reason why you should fail to We guarantee all of our work, and if N. M. Tutt. help somebody. There is always someyou find fault it is your fault if you one to whom we can address the kind don't come and tell us about it, for you Mr. Jo Thomas, a native of Adair know we will make it right if you will county, who was a son of Nicholas word and extend the helping hand. come and tell us, and if you don't, Thomas, died in Oklahoma September The man who makes the one an ex we can't make it satisfactory 10th. He was about sixty years old cuse for not doing the other is like the Now we want your work and why and was here at the home coming in man who refuses to give what he can is not able to give a afford because-hdon't you bring it on. If there is a 1905. large sum to a worthy cause. cause, why don't you come and tell us? Save me your Magazine order, and I We will make it right. 'Not only shoe will save you some money On the Civil dockets for the coming 'ffsirk , but all kinds of repair work. 44tf Geo. E. Wilson September term of the Adair Circuit KtttemoQr. Court, are 14 Equity and 7 Common T. G. Easner & Son 4Ttt A great many mule colts were on Law Appearance suits, and on the Cl Dnccoll n the market Monday, but very few Commonwealth's docket are 8 felonies W r Winfrorr cnlf? 'T fta " Jp.rsp.vcow. last week, for S90.00. were sold. Those that changed hands and 87 misdemeanors before the court rw W. BennetC for brought from $60 to $80. He sold a calf to that stand for trial. lf 47-3e rf -- Enough for one man, is it not? He also met Mr. J. L Wilson, a prominent druggist, John and Clarence Vaughan, prosperous merchants, John A. Hob-soan industrious stock dealer, Nog-gl- e & Graham, prominent attorneys. Dr. Basil Taylor, who enjoys the dis tinctlon of being a skilled phsician, Drs W. B. Helm and J. M. Johnston, local dentists. Mc. C Shreve, circuit court clerk, and many others whose names can not now be called, all in fine spirits and doing well. From Greensburg our representative went to Campbellsville where he found every tfiing on the move, especially about the block that was recently destroyed by fire, it being rap idly replaced with good, attractive rick buildings. The work of excavating and laying of pipes for waterworks is going on, .and before cold weather the town will be better prepared to fight fire than ever before, and the town at all times will be in a good sanitary condition n, A court of inquiry was held to investigate the murder of Chiei Thurman, and sufficlent,evidence was brought out to cause the arrest of Milton Mansfield and Louie Pace, two Treasurer (5 per cent, of cirn culation) young men of Glasgow. Their examining trial was called this Due from U. S. Treasurer afternoon, but continued until MonTotal day. Carlton Collins was put under LIABILITIES. Capital stosk paid in a S750 witness bond. Mr. Thurman was to have heen mar Surplus fund expenses ried to morrow to an estimable young Undivided profits, less and taxes paid woman of this city, Mr. T,hurman is National Bank notes outstanding: survived by a brother of New York, Dueto oUier National Banks who wired to hold the body until he Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers ' arrived. Dividends unpaid...., weH-know- 12 017 70 100 8 197 70 1 50 00 214 033 14 '5 000 00 25 000 00 I 674 G7 24 500 00 ii 709 2J 67 51 Take Notice. From this date, September the 8th, not and can not accept any more custom work in our planing mill. The demand for our own material is so heavy that it is beyond our power to continue the policy we have heretofore used. The change of machinery for so many little bills prevents us from meeting the demands for our own manufactured products, hence the necessity for dropping custom work. We will at all times be in position to furnish anything in dressed lumber needed in this section and will buy your lumber at market price. All lumber on our yards will be worked as ordered but no more will be accepted. Yours Truly, Sandusky Bros. we will 45-4- t. Individual deposits subject to check Postal Savings Deposits Total 135 0S0 C7 61 00 fJ14 693 14 State of Kentcjckv, Cocntv of Adair I. E. H. Hu&hes. Cashier, of the above turned bank, do solemnly .swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beiier. E. U. Hughes. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day or Sept. 1914. My Com mission expires Feb., 19th, 1916. Jo S. Knifley. Notary Public. tloRRECT V Attest: Henry N. Miller. Director, .las. V. Montgomery, Director. J. D. Lowe. Director. Robert Bryant, who was at work at Sandusky Bros', mill, met with an accident last Thursday. He was on the yard and a saw log rolled over him, I. 1 Fertilizer For Saws. At the old Watermellons continue on sale, a JBojn, .to the wifetof CharleytJJurr is, Column factory. It will he to your fresh load arriving every day. They Sat..13tb, a son: to the wife of. Bud interest to see me or Hurt Bros look a little chilly, but many people lJ?fe&fan, Sept.. 16th, a sail. TJ L. Anble. take the risk. 44-4- b ,, Dillingham, E. J. Page, R. L. Davis, in a re- Geo. Powell, fames . Keene, W. A. vival meeting at Tabernacle church. Garnett, John W.Powell, Geo. Aaron, J. B. Powell, H. J. Conover, F. W. Fall Opening. W. B. Taylor will begin a meeting Miller, Geo. Wolford, Curt Hindman, at Mt. Pleasant church on Saturday AraosKeltner, J. V. White, F. A. We wish to announce to the ladies night before the fourth Sunday in Lewis, R. B Reeves. and buyers of milliner, that we have this month. purchased from Mrs. Lou "W. Atkins, Eggs Higher. her stock of millinery and have moved W. G. Montgomery will begin a from the rooms occupied by her, over meeting at this place on Monday night We will .pay 20c per Dcz. for Eggs the Butler Store Building, to the first after the fourth Sunday in October. Moor of the same building, (next door this week. to Nell & McCandless' grocery store,) Z. T. Williams is now in a revival Russell & Co- giving us a large, light, first-floroom meeting at Summer Shade, Metcalfe and much more convenient to thebuy-iu- g county, with J C. Hall pastor. Notice to Teachers, Concerning public. Miss Julia Eubank has just returned kaliy. Arm Broken. from the market, where she purchased Programs for the rally have been one of the swellest, nobbiest and most mailed to each teacher in the county, line of millinery ever Last Saturday forenoon, brought and put on display in the Duncau, a three year old son Daniel giving full particulars, events and of Mr. premiums for each event. town of Columbia, which will soon be and Mrs. Jo Russell, this city, had the Events 17 and IS on program, ready for your careful inspection. the misfortune, while at play, to get his 'Best made Gingham Apron," and As a trimmer, Miss Eubank is not left arm fractured between elbow unknown to you. She has had 20 and wrist. At the time of the acci- the "Best patch on Calico," must be the hand work, and all the work done by seasons experience in the trimming dent the little boy was jumping from schoolgirl. buainess, and is second to none. She a stump. It is believed that the little Event 20, "Best Embroidered Shirt is careful and painstaking and can patient will be all right in a very short Waist," it will be only necessary to please the most fastidious. time. Dr. C. M. Russell reduced the have the front of shirt waist, (tle part We wish to announce that our FALL fracture. embroidered.) It will nob be necessaOPENING will be on Wednesday, Sep1914, where you will find tember 30th, Last Thursday evening Miss Golda ry to have the whole waist. Event 21, "Best Crochet Collar," on display, the most beautiful 'PAT English, assisted by her sister, Miss only the collar need be displayed. TERN and TRIMMED" Hats, as wel Dexter, and Miss Alma McFarland deas all the latest shapes and trimmings, lightfully entertained in honor of her Only one district is to contest from in FALL and WINTER Millinery. guest, Miss Marzie Masters, of Okla-hom- each Educational Division, except, A special invitation is most cordialThe evening was spent in con- when otherwise specified on the proly extended you to visit our store and tests and games, after which delight- grams sent out, or as follows: 1. Any district in the county may be convinced. Bring your friends with ful refreshments, consisting of fruits, contest for the flags in envents two you. ices and cakes were served, The inMost Respectfully Yours, vited guests were: Misses Susan Mil- aud three on program. 2. Event S, "Best Display of Work Miss Julia Eubank, ler, Mary Triplett, Grace Conover, from any School," any school in the Mrs. W. P. Summers. Mary Breeding, Dora Eubank, Mary L..Lowe, Leonora Lowe, Kate Gill, county may enter thi3 contest at CoElla Todd, Ella Walker, Lillian John lumbia, regardless of whether they For Sale. son, oi Hanson, Ky. Messrs. Edgar enter a display at their Division RalDiddle, Edwin Cravens, Paul Hughes, ly. Any work exhibited in any other contest may be used in making up this 175 bushels winter oats, free from Edgar Reed, Oliver Miller, Guy Nell, Display or Exhibit cheat. 50 cents per bushel. Romie Judd, Henry Haucock,' Doc W. M. Wilson. J. N. Squires. Walker, Nat Walker,- Ralph Hurt and Bryan English. An Estimable Young Woman Dies. Obituary. For some weeks there has been quite a bit of disturbance at the home of Last Friday morning at 7 o'clobk On Sunday morning, Sept. 6th, 1914, Jeff Pierce, who lives out on the James- Mrs. Bes3ie Miller, who was the dethe death angel visited the home of town road. Saturday night officers voted wife of Mr. E. R. Miller, Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKinley and were notified to come to the place. this count, peacefully closed her eyes claimed as its own one of their bright- The summons was obeyed and several in death. She was only' twenty-thre- e est jewels, Mary Lee, age 5 montlis. arrests were made and warrants is- years old, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. We feel hat this death has left a sued for others. Jeff Pierces wife James Davenport, Dunnville, Ky. void that no one on earth can till. A and her daughter, about fourteen ner remains were carried to thab dark day will come to every home, but years old, and a young man named place for interment it should be a sweet trouble to this Turner were locked up and their trials The deceased had many friends in family in their hours of bereavement set for, two weeks hence. Sunday after- the Eunice neighborhood, and she will to give up to Him who doethall things noon Turner made bond and was re- be greatly missed. Every body is in leased. The two females were rewell and who guardeth His loved ones leased Monday morning on their own sympathy with the sorrowing young against anything that would mar their husband happiness. While here she was cared bond. for by earthly parents, but what is Mr. W, L. Baker and wife left FriI have three good that compared with the care of a which I will sell for horses, one of day morning for a western trip and cash or on time. expect to be gone Heavenly Parent? She is now asleep 47-- 1 1 about two or three Dr. W. F. Cartwright. in Jesus, resting on flowery beds of weeks. Mr. Baker was .summoned as ease, dreaming of the sweet angel that a witness against W. G. Simpson in It is the duty of every good bore her across silvery waters and who may know of an offense citizen the Federal Court at Boise, Idaho. nestled her in the arms of her Savior. been committed in the county having Mr. Simpson, who was formerly of to reA Friend. port the same to the grand jury which Albany, Ky., went west several years l'tiowm session. A man who will ago and organized a bank at Caldwell, Stallion for Sale. try to keep a person from going be- Idaho, and later got into some trouble He fore the grand jury, is not a good citi- with -- the Federal authorities. handled a draft through the MonticeU, zen. Brilliant Peacock, Registered, No. lo Banking Co , about a year ago and 4870, 15-- hands high, Bay, right hind F. H. Durham, a poultry man, of Mr. Baker was summoned to testify foot white. Hides- and drives well. this place, sold W. R. Taylor, of Glen-vill- in regard to that. Mr. Baker and Sound in every particular. A splendid two Ducoc pigs, about 100 pounds wife expect to see as much of the breeder. For further information call each, for $25.00. They were four west as possible on this trip and will on or address, months old. He also sold A. G. Cox, stop over a few days at Denver, Salt A. A Clayton, of Casey county, one, same breed and Lake City, and other points of interCreelsboro, Ky. age, for S12 50. est returning to Monticello about the first of October Monticello Outlook. That lover of fine horses, whose Rev. J. C. Cook closed his meeting and ix, Milltown last Sunday afternoon. name and fame is state-wid- e The picnic, given by the teachers much wider, as wide as the Peacock Nine united with the church, receiv- and pupils of the Presbyterian Sun? family is known, Mr. W L. Grady, of ing the lordinance of Baptism. Sunat the Trabue spring last Grady ville, exhibited a mare colt on day nJaJiRev, Cook preached an in- Saturday was largely attended. The the square here Monday, that attract- teresting sermon at this place, many members of the Church .were also ined much attention. It was only 3 of his old congregation being present. vited, and the day was highly enjoymonths old, but a beauty in overy able. The dinner was spread upon particular. Mr. Grady has handled Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Conover were the ground and there was an abunmany fine colts, but he says this is the notified a few days ago they were, dance of the very best edibles for all best one he ever owned and as good as grandparents, their sou that present. Robert, he ever saw. The sire, Noble Pea- resides atBogalusa, La., becoming who the cock, is fast forging to the front as a father of a son on the 7th of this Sunday, October 4th, has been desbeyond doubt will great- sire, and ignated by President)- Wilson as a day month. prove the equal of any horse in the of prayer On that day the Christian Statejf properly mated. Mr. M. L. Mitchell favored the people of the United States are reNews force with a basket of '.very fine quested to meet in their houses of worship and pray for peace in Europe. week pears, last Friday. His Fine shows continue twice-rememberance On Saturday was duly appreciated ajid the fEuib It is said that the religious peopla of at- the Parlor Circle. Columbia will comply. exening the hall is crowded, and gen- very much enjoyed. erally a fait audience' on Thursday evening. lb is a pleasant place to Bono, the wife of Ray Conover. Sun- Attention is called to the speakings spena aa num. night, September 20, 1914, a son. announced hi this issue. . W. G. Montgomery is now -or up-to-da- Luther Young is now in a meeting C. R. Dean, Jo E. Johnson, Horace at Egypt. There are 20 additions to Murrell. stock and quite a number changed H. D. Murray, Jas P Beard, date. hands during the day. Chas. Hindman, N. R. Roach, Dink Court will probably be in session two weeks. Ed Baker, Sam Rojse, Lee Vire, Owen Tabor, J. A. Statoo. To Beard. e. 47-2- t. - i - e, 47.-2- day-Scho- - - a - i. i T x r T. J r .1,iT' 3 II , ifekTC S!, , -- &. THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Big Educational Rally, Columbia, Oct. 30, 1914. Everybody is Going You Come It The War and Christianity. is complained that the war Yes, PROGRAM x School Parade All the School Childeren of the County who are present at the rally. Each teacher having 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 Russell & Co. the districts. American Flag to the district having the second highest percent in attendance. Calculated same W. I. Ingram. as above. Spelling contest (Written) Bible Joe Patteson Declamatory contest for boys, any age $ .00 Dr. Triplet!. 1 in Europe is unchristian. Special All Notice 1 7 Neatest patch on calico (by .school girl any age) Dr. Grissom. $1.00. Best made gingham apron (by school girl any age) Murray Ball. Valuable Bar Pin Best specimen of manual training work (to be judged from workmanship and difficulty in making) Columbia Bunk. $2.00 Best Embroidored shirt waist (made by girl any 18 1 but the condemnation of the spirit and the deeds that brought it on the Christian, and that is a 9 fact of enormous significance. Of course a Christianized continent ought to get along without such Persons Who Are Behind 20 21 age) Gravy Ladle Gill & Waggener. Best Ladies crochet collar (made by girl any age) . Walker's Store. Shirt waist pattern 22 23 24 A Pole vault (Boys any age) . Box of Fruit & Candy Garrison Bros. Sack Race. enter". One-ha- lf 5 Good Boys any age and any number may C. R. Hutchison. knife Valuable Book Recitation for girls, any age. Taylor's Drug Store. Page & Best Essay on "Why Eradicate Illiteracy in KenValuable Book. tucky?" Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. mile race. One teacher from each eduBox Whitman's cational division may enter. Flowers & Beck. Candy. 25 100 yds dash. Boys any age. $1.00 W. H. Wilson. 26 27 28 29 30 100 yds dash. Boys 1 S Best exhibit or display of work from any rural First National Bank. American Flag Best reader of First grade, who has entered school this year, Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. 4 and under. $1.00. Knife. Moss & Wilson. Goff Bros. $ .00. 1 Running Broad Jump. mile race. Boys any age. Hancock Hotel. 10 Best Apple Pie. $1.00 Dr. Cartwright. Box Candy. Winfrey & Co. Potato Race, Wheel Barrow race. Boys 1 4 and under. $ .00 1 II 12 13 Best Loaf light Bread. Best h doz Biscuit $1.00 baum. Representing Best Bennett & Smith. Girls 15 and over. Not more than two entries from each educational DiBox Fruits and Candies. vision. Nell & McCandless. Relay Race. Division. 1 Taylor & & Rosen-Gowb- y Co. J doz Corn Muffins. A One Box Stationery Dr. Murrell 3 1 Four boys from each Educational J4 Best i doz ears corn not more than two entries from each division (Corn must have been grown on farm of boys exhibiting same.) $2.00 Jeffries Hardware Store. Best doz Irish potatoes. doz Photos made of boys together Buford Montgomery. while at the Rally. 32 53 Egg Race. Girls 14 and Under. $1.00 Dr. Hndman. 15 Good Knife Reed & Miller. 16 Best glass of Apple Jelly, made by any school girl Paull Drug Co. Bar Pin, value $2.00. Highest number of points won by any Educatioal Two Schools in CoAmerican Flag. Division, lumbia. (Flag to go to the school of that division winning the greatest number of points). wars, and the fact that Europe does not is evidence that Europe is still imperfectly Christianized. But Christianization has often come out of wars, and is likely Come off, to come out of this one. We hear that this great war if will put civilization back fifty years; but let us not depress our souls with too much confidence in that opinion. The war will compass an immense destruction of life and treasure, but it will not destroy knowledge; and knowl edge is the world's great asset. Although all of Europe should perish, which it will not, knowledge would survive in the other continents, and especially A Famous Toast. in this one. Man's power over H. Vatafinapy Supgeon nature that power which will and presently be doing such prodi- Here is a toast that I want to years experience.Dantist attention Special drink to a fellow I'll never tjiven to Surgical and Dental work. gious feats, as restoration and Office at residence near Graded School know building. repair will still survive. PHONE NO. 7N This war is not Christian, but To the fellow who's going to take it is a tremendous illustration of my place when it's time for me One Year on our Subscription Books Will have to Under the Law, not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year h. JONES Rules and Regulations Governing the Rally 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 The regular rules governing all athletic events will be used on this occasion. winner in each event counts three points, the second two and the third one, in deciding has which Edmcational Division and won the greatest number of points; though no second and third prizes are offered, first sub-distri- district winning first school penant, given by Russell & Co., will march in front, the School win ning second penant 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. The 9 ct Let teachers ftsom 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 sub-distrisub-district. No admission will be charged for entrance to the Fair grounds or to the addresses of the day or evening. 10 1 Everything is free. 1 The Fair Association has given all stand privileges to the two Columbia schools. 12 The judges for the "various events are to be selected by Profs. Moss & Wilson from the town of Columbio', and from the facultier and pupils of the two schools. The decisions of these judges are final. urge that avery rural teacher drill their children at school to march in the order that they wish them to march at the county rally, at Columbia. 13 Only school pupils are wanted in the line of march. Place of delivering premiums will be announced on the morning of the Rally. Contentants in Domestic Science and Mannual Training must present specimens of work made by contestants. The President and Secretary of the "Rally Committee" desire to express to the Adair County News their thanks for these posters (which are doin adnated by the News) and their Rally through thecolums of the News. vertising the what unchristian policies lead up to. The hunger for the territory of other nations, and the determination to prevent other nations from realizing their own destiny are not Christian. The desire to be stronger and more brutally c powerful than any other people, and the habit of maintaining military armaments that are constant threats of violence and bloodshed against neighboring countries, are not Christian. The delonging to avenge long-pafeats is not Christian. st to go. Kentucky Fair Dates. I've wondered what sort of chap he will be, and I've wished I If the Christian idea the idea of human brotherhood and the golden rule ought always to We Dates and Places of Division Rallies Fisrt Division Mt. Pleasant, 3rd Friday in Oct. Second Division Antioch, 2nd Friday in Oct. Zion, 1st Friday in Oct. Little Cake, Last Friday in Sept. Train children to march in line and pay strict tention to orders. at- Third Division Fourth Division govern the dealings of men, then we begin to see clearly the relation of this war in Europe to Christianity; then it becomes a terrific demonstration of the penalties that inevitably attend a violation of that supreme truth. 4 Let us take courage about this We hope to have with us on this occasion some of the States war. Europe is a quarry out of greatest Educators, who will make addresses. which a great new building is to Eiida New Mexico. be built. It must be torn apart hold she prepareth a cold lunch I "23rd Sam." in order that the stones may be for Editor News: for me and maketh a bee-lin- e a concert, hall or society func- As I have not seen anything got at,, but the new construction is my boss, 1 shall not My wife Surely her grocery and in the News from Elida for a should far surpass the old. It is i tion. maketh me to lie deny. She millinery bills will set me crazy long time, I will write a few a war to save Europe, not to de- the bed when swell down behind Kentucky people stroy it, to make of it a fit abode all the days of my life and I'll be lines. All the company comes- - She leadeth me are well. Mr. Crisman Powell for compelled to live in a house her the spirit of man to expand has a nice bunch of cattle. Mrs. behind her when she goes shop by the ambitions of money buildeth forever and at Burbridge and her son have re in; un vexed ping and maketh me pay all the last hear that sweet sound that turned to this place. Dolphus dynasty, by unrebuked larcenies bills and carry the bundles. She I never would have been worth says he feels better. I will ship of lands and peoples, by barterafter restoreth my pocket-boo- k killing if it had not been for her. a carload of cattle to Kansas ing of souls and bodies of men she has emptied it buying hobble- City the 15. I have 64 head of in diplomatic councils. It is a Kentucky Register. skirts and theatre tickets. She cattle and 11 head of horses and war to deliver great nations from nofra bite for them to eat but growleth if she has to get up for Banishes Pimples. grass. They are all fat. Havn't false gods and mistaken policies, the camphor if I f ainteth from Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, Bil- fed anything for 'four years. from militarism and the rule of v suffering but will sit up all night iousness, Torpid Liver, Constipation, Yours, W. E. Collins. force, and to put them on the with a neighbor with the tooth-ac- etc., come from Indigestion. Take Dizzv? Bilious? Constipated. road to the accomplishment of the pleasant and absoluteneighbors and tell all the Dr King's Jtfew Life Pills will cure ly sure Laxative, and you won't suffer you,, cause a healthy flow of Bile and great things in the work of civil.the next day. from a deranged Ltomach or other rids your Stomach and Bowels of Companion. body poisons. ization. Youth's though I walk half the troubles. It will tone up the Liver waste and fermenting your Stomach "Yea, and purify the blood. Use it regular-yl.an- d They are a Tonic to general system. baby, she Man and woman should not try night with a crying you will stay well, have clear and Liver and tone the dose will cure you of that de First 'layeth and snore like a circular complexion and steady nerves. Get a pressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated to travel in double harness when Money back if not condition. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. 50c bottle they are meant to drive tandem. going through a not. Be satisfied. At Paull Drug Co. Ad saw Ad PUBLIC SPEAKING: The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky could take his hand, Just to whisper, "I wish you well, Fairs for1914, as far as reported. old man," in a way that he'd Officers of fairs are. requested to report to us.any omissions or corunderstand I'd like to give him the cheering rections of dates: word that I've longed at times Kentucky State Fair, Louisto hear, ville, Sept 146 days. I'd like to give him the warm Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. handclaps whenever a friend Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, comes near. Sept 29- -5 day3. my knowledge by I've learned Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. sheer hard work and I wish I could pass it on, was shown into a room and told To the fellow who'll come to take to wait. While idly waiting, he my place, some day when I saw a biil, folded as am gone. though it had just dropped from Will he see all the sad mistakes someone's pocket. He picked up I've made and note all the bat- the bill and put it in his pocket. ties lost? Almost at once the merchant-camWill he ever guess of the tears in, and, aftpr asking a few they caused, or the heartaches questions, told the boy he would which they cost? not do. Will he gaze through the failure The next boy was seated in and fruitless toil to the underthe same chair, and he al30 saw lying plan, r a bill on the floor. He And catch a glimpse of the real picked it up and laid it upon the intent and the$?heart of the table. The merchant came in, vanquished manEx. and after asking some questions pointed to the bill and asked Mother of Eighteen' Children. "I am the mother of eighteen chil- where it came from. The boy dren and have the praise of doing said he saw it on the floor, and more work than any young womau in put it where it would be safe. my town," writes wrs. C.J. Martin, Boone Mill, Ya. "I suffered for Jive The merchant asked: "As the years with stomach trouble and could bill did not belong to anyone, not eat as much as a biscuit without why did you not keep it?" The suffering. I have taken three bottles boy replied: "Because it did not one-dollar e one-dolla- J (a Po-Do-L- ax of Chamberlain's Tablets and am now belong to me." a well woman and weigh 163 pounds. "My boy, you have chosen the I can eat any thing I want to, and as much as I want and feel better than road which leads to business sucI have at any time in ten years. I re- cess. The boy before you chose How did you fer to any one in Boone Mill or vicin- the wron? one. h, ity and they will vouch ror what I learn that this was say." Chamberlain's Tablets are for path?" ' sale by Paull Drug Co. . the rifht x, to-da- y. "My mother made me promise never, under any circumstances, A Story of Two Boys. to take what did not belong to me. And I so promised." W Once a. merchant needed an When this boy became a man L additional clerk, so he advertised he was made Secretrry of the v) C3ttL Jf AAliailj2i for a boy. The first to answer m Ad mui- j i t.L ? r " r r t-- J f oCl ( 3k .-- u THE ADAIR GOUriTX NEWS plaining his reluctance to go, Irishp0tatoes in Kentucky "that, while I love the people, I The following is a program of the Better limp all the way to do not wish to smell them." "T, The School Eally Day to be held in The Kentucky Irish potato Heaven than not get theretat all. Columbia, Ky., October 30th, 1914: Armies, like men, have theirpatch contains 51f000 acre3 tMa 1. School Parade.' You don't have to look Jike a distinctions. The Austrian army's L anH rllp tnhl, nrnfillpHnn 2. Peuant to rural school having hedge-ho- g to be pious. greatest percentage of scholars and distinction is that of never hav- will be approximately 2,422,000 patrons present at the school rally. Going to church don't make ing whipped anybody. The census of the school district taken bushels, according to estimates as a basis. anybody a Christian any morel made last week by the United 3. Penant to the rural school havParcel Post Hints. taking a wheelbarrow into ing second highest number present. than States Crop Reporting Board. (To be calculated same as above.) parage makes it an automobile. a The condition of the crop is 50 4. Spelling Contest. Pack and wrap your parcels 5. Declamatory Contest for boys. The devil hates the church, but per cent of normal and the pres6. Recitation for girls. securely. likes the work some high7. Best Essay on "Why Eradicate he ent price is averaging around Illiteracy inlKentucky?" Most of the damage and losses brows do in it. $1,26 per bushel. In Continental 8. BestjExhibit or Display of Work from any rural school. If there is a Heaven for fools, are due to insecure packing. United States there are 3,708,-00- 0 grade who 9. Best Reader offrirst the man who thinks he can get Address your parcel correctly acres planted to this product has entered school this year. 10. Best Apple Pie. to glory on his wife's religion and plainly. and this year's production is es 11. BestL.Jght Bread. will be there on a front seat. Dozen Biscuits. f Write your own name and ad timated at 360,614,000 bushels IS. Best Dozen Muffins. f 13. Best by the Federal Department of The man who don't believe in dress in the upper left hand Dozen Ears of f 14. Beat Corn, not more than two entries from a hell is about sure to be scorch Agriculture. This year's crop each educational division. In Three Volumes Dozen Irish Pota- ing to it with both pedals loose. f 15. Best Packages containing eggs will exceed the average crop of The personal reminiscences of Baron de Me'neval, for toes. the past five years by approxA man can slip into hell with should be marked "Eggs." thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, 16. Best Glass Apple Jelly. bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and of 17. Neasest patch on Calico. his hands on the door-kn- b Packages containing perishable imately 4,000.000 bushels. The interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of 18. Best Made Gingham Apron. nation's production last year was leaders. De Meneval's descriptions have the piquancy Heaven. matter should be marked 19. Best Specimen of Manual and interest possible only because he was an actual eyeWork. (To be judged from work331,525,000 bushels, was pro Ball bearings on the, church witness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. difficulty in making.) manship, and of land Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by 20. Best Embroidered Shirb waist. doors will never fill the pews Packages containing liquids, duced on 3,668,000 acres the fact that the very conservative French Academy 21. Best Ladies' sold for $227,903,000, or an publicly recommends them. with sinners seeking salvation. jelliec etc., should be marked and ATHLETICS, average of 90 cents per bushel. A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS Fragile." Temptation is the devil look22. Mile Race, one teacher f By special arrangement with the publishers 'of Collier's, The National Weekly, we are able to give these valuable and interesting ing through the keyhole. Yield- from each division. Don't pack eggs, berries or Memoirs free with a year's subscription to Collier s and this publiWhen to Apply Lime. 23. Pole Vault. cation, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of ing is opening the door and in fimilar produce in a thin paste of these Memoirs is the two papers. Only a limited quantity 24. Sack Race foriboys, any number available, however, so to get the benefit of this special offer you viting him in. board box. may enter. must act quickly. The best time to apply lime is 25. One Hundred Yard Dash for If you live wrong you can't Eggs wrapped separately and o IN COLLIER'S WHAT YOU GET boys. during the preparation of the die right. Collier's is the one big, fearless, independent Weekly of the whole surrounded in cotton or excelsior 26. Standing Broad Jump. seed bed for corn. The thorough country. Its editorials are quoted by every paper in the Union. 27. Running Broad Jump. It stands always for the best interests of the greatest number of To discover a flaw i n our and packed in a strong corru' Mile Race for boys. 28. the people. Among its contributors are such writers as George cultivation of this crop mixes the Wallingford Randolph Chester, author of " 29. Potato Race foriboys makeup is a chance to get rid of gated pasteboard, wooden or Meredith Nicholson, Amflie Rives, H. G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, lime with the upper soil. By the 30. Wheelbarrow Race for girls, 15 any dis Mary Roberts Rinehart, Henry Beach Needham, etc. It numbers more than two from it, and add a new line of beauty metal box, can be sent and over. (Not among its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, time clover is sown on that soil, each educational division.) B. Connolly, and Henry Reuterdahl. tance. James to our life. 31. RelayJRace, four boys from each the lime has changed it from a It is a magazine for the whole family Editorials, Comments on Serial educationai;division. Don't put any writing in the Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and God will not send the winds to sour to a sweet condition. The Stories by the greatest writers of the day. Note Pupils who participate in any drive our ships of salvation, un package, unless it is a bill for time for applying lime, however, Collier's - - - - $2.50) g&fi?&2& $"1 of the above contests must have enume Memoirs of Napoleon. by August 24th, of this less we have faith to lift the the goods or a description of the tered school Adair Count News 810JJ postpaid admits of wide variation. Usuyear, and remaiil in regular attendcontents of the package. Call or send subscriptions to this office. If you are already a ally a busy spring compels the ance, doing regular school work till sails. subscriber, your subscription will be extended for a year from its specidate of rally. Unless otherwise Do not send perishable matter present date of expiration. farmer to spend his time in getfied, onlv one entry will be Pertinent Philosophy. so that it will arrive in the city ting ready for the season's plantfrom each educational division. This Adair County News, program will be printed again before on a Saturday evening or on Sun- ing. If liming is neglected, it date of rally, together with prizes ofEph Wiley was discussing the Only rural day unless you use a special de- can be done at the time of the fered for each event. Hon. Mortimer C. Littson. "The can participate in this schools livery stamp. seed bed for wheat. trouble with More," said Eph, G. Consult your postmaster as to not be applied to the cnuc Mftucv '"is that he construes praise of r0i dlllL MIUtlL.1 Iiocal Hgent for The Wrong Sow By The best time for mailing coun and immediately plowed 0N FENCING Abraham Lincoln as a reflection the Pianos Grand Upright Player y Before you bay an- Ear. try produce so as to reach the under, as this tends to place it other rod of fence. on the Hon. Mortimer C. Litt iMff come in ana ret our Grade) (Strictly High special prices on city at the be3t hour, the quick- too far from the surface, where son ) Certain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee, SQUARE Take Supremacy. est time, and in the best Some of the wet leaders in the it is needed. Neither should DEAL FENCE A man learns, after a while, In tone, action and durability because every part prohibition campaigns in Cenreceives careful, ricid serutinizintr inspection. the caustic forms (hydrated lime that women are no better than Thpn the Piano in its entirety is sevevely criticifand quicklime) be applied in contral Kentucky are claiming that ed by a corps of experts. If there's anything muamttBUUMui men. But he doesn't dare say tAAaaaaflaBv we intend to find it before you do. If we The department of agriculture Krone Hartin county draws more money nection with manure and fertil)WAAAa;flLw;AnD don't our warranty protects you. ";iS.S-- i so. jg COMPANY estimates that the apple crop in izers. THE BALDWIN PIANO inwiiwmiMimiflMMi It is better to plow the out of the State Treasury than it Factories: Chicago; Cincinnati. Do not say to a man, "Your in this ccuntry this year will WE BUY IT DIRECT pays in because it is a "dry" manure under and put the lime face is familiar, but 1 cannot re- amount to 210,000,000 bushels. from the mill that makes both county. There is absolutely not on top of the soil. In case the HENRY W. DEPP, call your name." Every man This is about 65,000,000 more the wire and the fence. You manure is desired for a word of truth in this state-mea- t. can't buy any fence more di- thinks you should be able to re than the 1913 crop, 25,000,000 ing, the lime should be worked The fact is that Hardin rect and you can' t beat Square Will be permanently located in. Deal prices when you compare call his name. bushels less than the 1912 crop county since it closed its saloons into the soil at least two weeks Columbia, after August 15. materials, weight and size. it is something she and 4,000,000 bushels less than prior to application of the maeight years ago has increased its Unless AH Classes of Denral work tlonr-- Crown, girl considers it improp- the 1911 crop. The mean price nure. Likewise it is well to ap See the Square Deal Lock Bridge and Inlay work u Specialty. property values more' than any wants, a All Work liiiaraiit-ccilto accept a present from a paid producers in the three ply the lime some time previcus tht Vnot with "a. pttd that will not other like! period in its history er Office over M. C. Winfrey' Grocery slip." Notice there are no brittle welds man to whom she is not engaged. months ot heavy marketing last to commercial fertilizers. M. A. to snap, no cumbersome knots to hold when it had saloons. The assessmoisture and trather rust. See the wavy strand wires that spring Square In the comment upon a recent year was a little more than 85 Bachtell, of Ohio College of J" Ilil1" ed valuation in the county in the Deal Fence back into place after sud- A Splendid cents but owing to the war price den heavy strains; see the last eight years under the "dry" Missouri tragedy some stress stav wires that trevent saeeinc. basr-Clubbing Bargain this year will probably exceed gingand buckling; require fewer fence reign has increased $1,500,000 or was laid upon the fact that the posts, saving money, time ana laoor. We Offer somewhat. Some weeks ago G. H. Parr, nearly thirty per cent. What is husband and wife did not get that he Adair CounlyNews C. P. Putchlsot Buck Kilby wants to of Baltimore, mfcde a bet under true of the county is equally true along. and According to statement given Columbia. Ky. the conditions of which he was There have know if that is anything unusual. of Elizabethtown. BurThe Cincinnati out by Postmaster-GenerThe next time you come to town, call to roll a distance of two miles With a great war in progress been more houses built in Elizaand let us show ycu Jrcunru leal Fence leson the war in Europe has and get our Square Deal prices. Made by Weekly Enquirer Keystone Steel &Vire Co..Peoria.Ul.UD bethtown in the last eight years and an election coming on, the given a great impetus to the U. for $5,000. Clad in football togBoth'.One gery, he started, followed by a than any like period of time be- loafers are having their best sea- S. postal saving system. Year crowd of friends, and completed Business has increased son in years. fore. wage earners all over for Only E. A. Ackerman, of Elizabeth, more under no saloons than it "Red" O'Neal has more cour- the country are carrying their the stunt in a little more than 12 t Subscription may be N. J., has apparently lost a new or renewal He went out savings to be deposited in the hours. After a bath and some ever did in eight years with sa- age than most. While whole day from his life. coffee and hot rolls Parr announc- What the WeeKiy Enquirer is loons and the assessed valuation yesterday and bought his wife a nnrl manv new ac touring the Orient with his wife, ed himself ready to attend the It is issued every Thursday, subscripof property in the town has ad- hat. counts are being opened daily. ; tion price $1.00 per year, and it is one of he started from the meridians of the best home metropolitan weeklie Of toraces then being conducted near Most of nature's idiosyncrasie per day. It has all the facilities of the great vanced nearly thirty-thre- e ISO degrees, western Jongitude DA1IY ENQUIREIt for obtatnine the Those subs The sum of $13,000 was paid by. compensatory. world's events, and for that reason can cent. The people who under-toodt- o are When he and traveled east. giueyouall the leading news. It carries ject to hay fever usually have to the state of Michigan a short a carries a Br. at omount of valuable farm A Good Business for Safe county's finanuse Hardin reached his destination the next matter, crisp editorirls and reliable money enough to go to a colder time ago by the National Cash de-market reports. Its numerous day he found it was June 18, his cial condition as a warning not engage Jlrfl partments make it a necessity to every Register company to cover the YeIn order to desire in other business climate. very much to sell our autohome, farm or Dusmess man. birthday, June 17, having- been to vote out saloons got "the ""This grand offer is limited and we advise costs recently imposed mobile line. We will sell the cars very Dodd Gaston has declined Ike fine and you to take advantage by subscribing for low and they are worth all we will lost somewhere en route. wrong sow by the ear-- " Hardin Gilberg's invitation to attend a en the company by the Michigan ask for them. This is a good business the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to for some one that Ukes it, and we will The Adair 'County News, . The Adair County News county is an argument on the mass meeting. "I desire to say," courts for violation of the state's sell cheap. If interested call on us. anti-truColumbia, Ky. law. 43 tf W. E. Myers & Son. News. said Mr. Gaston by way of ex- other side. One Dollar a Year. PROGRAM. . " t.. Billy" Sunday Sayings ' FREE FREE j !& One-halOne-hal- Memoirs of Napoleon One-hal- One-hal- Collar-croche- t. , One-hal- J One-ha- lf 'Get-Rich-Qui- --,- -. allo-ve- d . Limp-shoul- d Mrs. W. Lowe, sui-fa- ce j - (lluaiM: 'i!n6iiii , 1mma.m.- top-dre- ss . " "ilh '! up-to-d- i one-piec- e al I I Far-eign-bo- rn I nnat-nfRno- ! - E-Ta- wn so-call- ed st mt 'V' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'AflUR rC(iPTY,HEWS r ,Jf - laskicounty are making exten- themselves to always have a . sive preparations forthev'event. good time. Pillished Every Wednesday Ttiere will be a big free barbecue :t The corn crop is very good in -THE and dinner at the fair grounds. this part of "the country. LutherBradshaw has a new f&itlr County News Company. The speakers will include, J. C. W. Beckham, Dem- boy at his house,. You jus .ought ( INCORPORATED.) ocratic nominee for United to see Luther's big white eyes EDITOR. States Senator, (long term,) shining. .$HAS. S. HARRIS Johnson N. Camden, Democratic The Methodist have just closed Democratic newspaper devoted to the BY Ex-Go- v. est &4s46 .0..4..e. r nominee for United States Sen- the biggest meeting here at Mt. ator (short term,) Hon. Rollin Pleasant that has been in this I of be. moDemocratic nominee for country for years. There has a Hurt, Eajered at the Columbia as class mall matter. Judge Court of Appeals, Hon. Nat been thirty professions. A great Crop. Subscription price f 1.00 per year. nominee for many of them were heads of Sew ell, Democratic For Wheat Drills WED. SEPT. 23, 1914 Congress, Senator Ollie M. families. I will give a few of James, Gov. James B. McCreary, their names: Sidney Holt, C. C, and Fertilizers Senator Stanley and other prom-ine- Holt, Cal Crockett. Bill Murphy Democrats. Democrats and Butler Kelsey. Well," these Examine your old Drills now, and let us know what repairs you from all sections of the State will are just sum of the old men. The need, thereby saving "Express or Postage. attend. Fully ten thousand peo- crowds have been very large. pleare expected. A band of The order has been very good. twenty-on- e pieces has been en- So, all in all it has been a great gaged to furnish the music. Ev- uplift to the country for miles DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ery Democrat that can do so around. There were 21 additions should attend from this county. to the Methodist church here at '.ForTJ. S. Senator Long Term A famous Burgoo master has this place. HON J. C. W. BECKHAM, been engaged to prepare the Eldon Conover died near here of Franklin County. dinner. Speaking will begin in last Friday night. Another morning and last all day. the case. He was a young man. I like this country, and the For U. S. Senator Short Term Was married to one of Shelton people fine, but my mind often HON. J. N. CAMDEN, J. 0. Ewing, a leading lawyer Blair's daughters about a year wanders back to the many hapof Woodford'County. of Burkesville and prominent ago. He leaves a young wife, py days I have spent around S JFor Congress Democratic leader of Cumber- with his friends to mourn his Gradyville. lean never forget Was a Wise Old Saying HON. HARVEY HELM, land county, was in Louisville loss. old Kentucky, and its hospitable and that is exacty what I want us to do I want every of Lincoln County. yesterday attending the State Old aunt Sallie Ann Blakey's people and I expect to see them FA RMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if tin's is Fair. He testified to the splen- condition still remains about the again some time but don't know For Judge Court of Appeals not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the best did condition of the party in his same. She is old and far back how soon. I live on the road HON ROLLIN HURT, . Q VALUE for it. Srow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I X Ball route, district and in health. will payyou the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every known as the Cannon of Adair County. end of theIeveiith g pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond declared tbat.jthe ticket would the automobile road between goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blank- Crocus. do better there than in any preKansas City, Mo., and DeMoines. FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS. ets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your X, xv vious election, Mr." Ewing made Iowa. I am working on a farm, & Kentucky Wool this season any way. The Democrats in We have had an abundance of six miles north of Carrollton, for the race for State Senator in Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. stand behind a strong ticket g. 1913, but was defeated by a Re- rain in this section since William Belcher, one of the lar nt ii &s XIa.m.Ia. Making the record of the ad. i annua vvuuien iUUIS, &, and our farmers will har- gest farmers and cattle feeders publican, although he ran a most E. L. REECE, M$r. they ministration their platform, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. X creditable race. He says the vest better than an average crop in the county. He has six hunhave every reason to expect from nomination of Judge Rollin Hurt, of corndred and forty acres'of land here the people of Kentucky a hearty of Adair county, was a master Our farmers have just finished and seven hundred acres in Texindorsement. stroke for strengthening the wheat threshing. 'G. W. Collins as. He keeps three hands all On this ticket for the Court of ticket in his section and that made about 25 bushels per acre the year and extras at the busEX-GOVERNAppeals for the Third district is is off about 25 acres that about iest season. We had one hundred Judge Hurt's nomination Mr. Rollin Hurt. The Evening worth hundreds of votes to the 25 years ago cost about $25. This and fifty acres of corn and sevPost can do no better in support party nominees for Senators and statement may be a little stretchy enty acres of meadow this year. of this nomination than to quote W. S. K. but edges very closely on the We have shipped four or five Congressman. from a personal letter written in Louisville Times. truth. Mr. Collins, one of the carloads of hogs this year and under date of September 2, 1913, very few farmers, who has eighty-fou- r head of cattle that by Mr. E. W. Newman, better Republican Candidate For Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, of Gar- learned that feeding all the farm brought $9.75 per hundred. He known to our readers as "Savoyrard county, spoke here Monday products to cattle and other stock has about one hundred and sev ard." is a splendid means by which to enty-fiv- e cattle now, and about ."I see," said Mr. Newman, to a fair sized audience. He is increase the farm's fertility and two hundred and fifty hoes. I "that Rollin Hurt, of Adair the Progressive candidate for to enlarge a bank account. have been working here two county, is a candidate for the Congress in this district, and Velmer Aaron, who is teaching years. It is certainly a nice Judge of the Court of Appeals. has some following in the counplace to stay. He has a nice auI have known Mr. Hurt since he ty. He is a gentleman, who a very successful school at was at home last Sunday. to. He gives us boys a ride ocwas a boy. There is no greater stands high in his county. Hon. i 1 ey and Three weeks ago, J. V. Dud- casionally. Jim S h r lawyer than he in the State of Burton Vance, Progressive for United States Senator, ley sold the hickory timber on Sawney Browning are near here. Kentucky. He is a sort of Abe Both have good places to work. Lincoln of a man. His talk long term, followed Mr. Holtz- his farm, near this place, to Baker On I see them often. If this escapes would delight intelligent folk al- claw, taking a crack at' both the & Morrison, of Columbia, for He made a very $275. This timber has been man the waste basket, will try again ways and every honest man old parties. favorable impression with those ufactured into buggy and auto- some time. would know him as a friend. Respt., mobile timbers and shipped to "I have not been in personal of his political faith. 9 Robert Wilmore. market. the communication with Rollin Hurt Rowes X Roads. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Barger, of I in years. He knows nothing of p. Russell Creek. Columbia, visited Mrs. and Mr. this writing in his behalf. I J. V. Dudley on August 29th write it for old Kentucky. I do Some of our farmers are busy The Decoration at the Bill and 30th. not know the political course cutting and housing tobacco. grave yard, on Melson Rollin Hurt has taken in recent Brown fever has broken out Scarlet Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hutchison's years, but I do know him as an Ridge, went off nicely. The in Simpson school district. SevMrs. Wallie Spillman, of GradyMr. Ed Triplett, of Disapbig man." crowd was large enough and the eral cases have also been report- little son, Leonard, and little ville, last week, who is danger- pointment, was visiting Ulysses honest man and as a Dennis Eubank have been suffer-in- g ously sick. This was the unsolicited trib- very best orday. There were 8 ed in the Fairplay community, Harmon, Saturday "night. with tonsilitis for the past ute from a keen observer of all soldiers there: Thomas Hadley, Mr. Jim Grasham shipped a Leslie Cundiff, who had the Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brownin public life. We do not John Turner, Jim Morrison, P. misfortune to get his house week. men car load of cattle to Louisville, ing, of Eiiis, was visiting George "Mr. Henry Squires of Neats-burg- , doubt that it is fully deserved last week and attended the Fair. Todd and Sisters, Sunday. D. Compton, John Cundiff and burned two months ago, is about was in this neighborhood and that the expectation based Mr. Will Ed Squires bought ready to move to his new resMr. Sam Feese and wife, of apon it by Mr. Hurt's personal Abe Garner, Lige and Peter idence, which he is erecting, on last week on business. one young horse from Brack Columbia, were visiting Mr. friends and political associates Melson. I was the youngest the Creelsboro road mile soujbh Mr. Keltner, of Roachville, Cain last week for. $110. will be fully justified by his present and I am 70 years old, of this place. who has been visiting Mr. Ervin Ernest Cundiff sold three James Wilson last Sundaj. course upon the bench. Let the so you see that soldier's rallies Keltner, of this place, returned weaning calves to W, R. Squires Carrollton Missouri. people of the Third district see will soon be a thing of the past. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. home last week. last week. that he is given an overwhelming Old sister Bill Brown is nearly Will Ed Squires, Ben Hancock, "I was taken with Diarrhoea and Mr. Ralph Waggener, our AsSept. 15, 1914. at the polls. Louis-Till- e indorsement James Suddarth, all of this sessor, was in this country last Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, perdead. She is very old and near- Editor News: Post. suaded me to try a bottle of Chamber-lain'- s Thinking it might be of inter- place, attended the State Fair week. ly eat up with a cancer. Your Colic, Cholera and Tiarrhoea est to some of my Adair county last week. Mr. Sam Mitchell, our Sheriff, Remedy. After taking one dose of it The Democratic State Cam- scribe preached the decoration friends, thought I would try to visit-Cuwas through this section looking I was cured. It also cured others paign will open at Somerset, sermon in her yard. Sister Brown write a little, if you will allow Miss Maud Bradley wa3 that I gave it to," writes M. E. for cattle. Monday, Sept., 28. For the got very happy and gave us a me a little space in your good ing Misses Lela and Anna Oriole, Pa. That is not at all Saturday night. Mr. Ernest Cundiff bought one first time in the history of the great shout, so we report that paper. It has been almost five diff , last unusual. An ordinary attack of diaryears since I left Kentucky for Mr. W. N. Smith, of Cane fine milk cow and two calves for State a Democratic campaign can almost invariably be cured we had a good time. May God Carrollton, Mo.y.whereI have Valley, and Miss Nina Smith,"of $100 from Stamper Reynolds, of rhoea by one ar two doses of this remedy-Fwill he opened in the Eleventh ' " :' help the Melson people to help been ever since. Milltown. sale by Pauil Drug" Co.' ' ' Ad this place, were at theb'edside of district. The Democrats of Pu- of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offlce The Armies of Europe Mobilizing for War The Farmers Adair County should bilizing for a Big Wheat sec-v- 4 nt See Us 3F The Jeffries Hardware Store. -- 0 4"Q"Q"Q"'04"frQ,fr0' 0"Q"9"9"Q"Q"fr46e$ fe-v- er f qx&&$&$q&& xx$Me$xe Let Is Reason Together I to-da- y. ? ? July-17th- , Cs. t-- - OR Augustus E. Wilson UNITED STATES SENATOR Will Speak at the Court House in Mc-Gah- a, can-dida- te Columbia, Kentucky., Tuesday, Sept, 29 At O'Clock m Don't Fail to Hear Him n- Geb-ha- rt, -- or THE ADAIR COJNTY NEWS i i it S A Personals. Miss Mabel Atkins attended -the PRGAM 3f Co-operati- W. T. OTTLEY ATXOnNEV-AT-t- KENTUCKT. Will Practice in all'the Courts. Sollin Hurt's OUice. State Fair last Saturday. Miss Nora Cliff, of Princeton, who will assist Mrs. Geo. W. Staples this Of(ice:-- ln J. C. W. Beckham .Democratic Candidate for The New Testament season, arrived last Saturday She come&jhighly recommended as a trim-' mer. Mrs. R. L. Bunnell returned "to Louisville Monday. She was accompanied by Mrs. S. T- -. Hughes and Master Milton Murreil whose mission to the city is to have their eyes treated. '"- meeting of the Christian The progrom of the Church in Adair County to be held at Shiloh Church, beginning on Friday night before the first Sunday int)ctober 1914. 7:00 7:20 7:50 8:20 (ByR.'L. Campbell.) a messenger from dfcd To teach the way the Savior trod. A messenger to earth I'm sent To tell the world it must repent I am the law, I'll always stand, Was not conceived by mind of man. I need no change, I am complete, And all conditions 1 do meet. Myways Disciplines try to crook With Presbyters and Praer Book They merely seek for worldly fame And so refuse to wear thy name 'TwasPaul who prophesied forthwith ' ; They'd try, to make of me a myth; This prophecy now fruit doth bear, The Savior's name they will not bear. I thus coulcfgo through all the Creeds But this will suffice present needs. For if a sect must have a Creed i The'word of God they seldom heed. For them my way is now too straight And so they seek the broader gate. 1 am -- Mr. F. L Selby, Esto was here Moii; J day Mr. M. E Tarter, Campbellsville. bar, is here attending circuit court. Mr G. R. Holt, he Singer Sewing Machine man, was here Monday. MS P. C. Jones, of East Fork, met a great many of his' friends here at th'e?opening of court. Ms. Forest Bradshaw. of tfurnslde", way.here the first of the week. Mr. W. C. Cook, Esto, was here "the first? of the week. Mr. Li. H. Cabell, Miami, was here Monday. FRIDAY NIGHT Song and devotional service. Address by the President F. J. Barger. The Results of Sin General diccuasion. Appointment of Committees - '' United States Senator Will Speak at " -- '" ) MessrsC. IT. and J. J. Campbell and Hal Baker, Creelsboro, were here 'Monday, looking after mule colts. u Messrs. R. T and Finis Baker, W. E. Morgan, R. R. Cole, Baker, R. P Cole, Tim Cole. Chalmus Cheatham and J. D. Sharp were here Mon day from Araandaville. Sel-de- SATURDAY MORNING 9:00 Song and Devotional Service.9:20 Our Obligations to this Widows and Orphans Z. T. Williams and Luther Young. K 9:40 Country Church and its Problems W. B. Taylor. 10:00 Woman as a in the Gospel Mrs. Z. T. Williamsj Z 11 20 Appointment of Committees. .V- ;" ' SATURDAY AFTERNOON , 3ft Snnnr art? TtaYmfinnal Snr7iro 1:50 Reports of Churches and Bible Schools. & Z'.vi Kepof t or uommittees. . 7 Training School for Church Mem2:20 The Bible School as a bers W." L. Smith and Leslie Bottoms. 2:40 Address by State- Worker. 3:20 The Bible School as a Factor in Missions Tobias Huffa-keCo-laborer Jamestown, Kentucky, Wednesday, Sept. 30, Hon: H. P. McChesney and Nat B. Sewell will ac- company him. 1 "i , - r. Adair County Court. This will be a big day for Jamestown andfeverybody in the county should turn out. Mrs. Henry Brandt, and two children of Louisville,, are visiting in Columbia and in the vicinity of town Attorneys Ray Montgomery J. R. Garuett and Examiner Tim Cravens, were in Campbellsville last Friday, taking depositions. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. McClure and their son. O. S. McClure, visited Mr. and Mrs J. B Riggins last week. MissLillie Judd has gone to Alexandria, Ky., where she will teach in the High School. Miss Leonora Lowe left the first of last week for Danville, Ky., to resume her studies at the Kentucky College for Women. Mr. Ernest Harris returned from Georgetown Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bishop, Louisville, visited Mrs. Bishop's parents here the latter part of last week. rel-ativi- es 3:50 The Section of Officers and other business. SATURDAY NIGHT. 7:00 Song and Devotional Service. 7:20 Query Box Opened. 7:40 Address by State Worker. 8:20 Obligation of the Church to the Temperance Cause bias Huffaker. SUNDAY MORNING 9:00 Bible School Conducted by State Worker. 10:30 Communion Service. 11:00 Sermon. Dinner served at church on Saturday. y Misses Ruth and Helen Upton. Glenville, attended the State Fair.. Mrs. Frank Garrison, who has been, quite sick for several weeks, is improving. attended the State He also purchased supplies for Russell & Co. Mr. Kay Conover Fair last Friday. ' Mr. Cecil Ramsey, Monticello, spent several days of last week in Columbia. Miss Kate Stephenson, of Rowena, was here a few days ago, en route to Messrs. H. B. Garnett and Hudson Conover were at the State fc'air. Mrs. J. C. Strange was quite sick the Mr. J. H. Ritchey and daughter, tirst of the week. Miss Aleene, of Burkesville. attended Miss Julia Eubank left for Louis- the State Fair. ville Saturday morning, to be present Mr. C. C. at a millinery display put on by East- cello Friday.Breeding went to Monti ern salesmen. Mr. William Irvine was in LouisRev. M. M. Murreil and wife came v over from Monticello, and from here ville one day last week Mr. Jas. Richards, Lebanon, was they go to Conference which convenes f 'i here a few days ago. in Louisville this week. Mr. W. w. Abrell, Casey Creek, Dr. H. B. Simpson and wife, BreedRead this Offer. called to see the Columbia grocerymen ing, attended the State Fair. ago. Mr. Walter Shirley, Edmonton, and a lew days The Daily Evening post until Jan., Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers, Mr. and Miss Pearl Pedigo, Summer Shade, 1, 1915, Home and Farm uncil Jan., 1, Mrs. Fred Myers and Miss Mattie 1915, a 16 page War visites Calumbia last Friday. Atlas, The Adair Keltuer attended the State Fair last County News, one year, all for S2. Mr. Leo Baldauf, of Elizabethtown, Send in your subscription at once or spent a part of last week here with week. Sal-li- e Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw and Miss call at the News oflice. The sooner his wife and little son. Damron are speding a week in you subscribe, the longer you will reRev. Marion Antle took in the ceive the bargain papers. Louisville. State Fair. Dr. H. W. Depp, wife and children Mr H. T. Baker was in Louisville Do Not Delay. visited the State Fair last week. last week. Mr. David Willin, Mr. Grover Gris Mrs.' V. Sullivan was quite sick sevsora. this county, and Sam Aaron and j For a short time we will furnish eral days of last week. son, of Russell county, were in Louis- The Adair County News one year, The Mr, W. H. Stanton, of Russell ville last week. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, one year, Springs, G. F. Jones, Elmer Wheat, Mr. W. H. Gill spent one day at the Farm and Fireside, one S. Dockery, J. II. Phelps, were here year, uoys' Magazine, monthly, one Stat? Fair. the latter part of the week, en their Mr. J R. Holtzclaw, Progressive vear Household Journal and Floral return from the State Fair. candidate for Congress, was in Colum- - Life monthly, one year, for SI 75. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wilson, G. A. bia last Thursday, 'Call at this office and subscribe or I Evans. Leslie Hale, J. H. Womack Mr. W. J. Mackin, Lebanon, was mail us a check or money order and and wife, Russell Springs attended jthe entire lot will come to you for here a few days ago, Semi-monthly, Mr. Al Sears, of Somerset, visited here the tatter part of last week. the State Fair. Called Terra, Aug. 24th, 1914 This day came W. L. Russell and twenty-tw- o other residents and legal voters of Election Precinct No. 3, of Adair county, Ky., known as Roley voting precinct, and tiled their petition signed by said legal voters as reToquired by law asking the court to enter an order submitting to the legal voters of said precinct to be voted on at regular November Election, 1914 the question as to whether or not cattle of any species shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct, to include all cattle of the cow kind, horses, mules, Jacks, Jennetts, hogs, sheep, and goats, and by order of court the said petitioners deposited with the court For Sale. $8.00 to defray the expenses of said Election and upon consideration of the A three burner coal oil stove only petition the prayer of same is granted been used twice. and the Clerk of this Court is ordered 4G-Mrs. W. T. Price. to prepare and furnish ballots to said precinct in accordance with this order, "Tax Notice.' land the Sheriff is ordered to have opened at the November Election, Parties owing taxes due the town of 1914, a poll upon said question, but Columbia for the year 1914 are re before doing so notice of same must quested to settle same at once, 6 per be duly advertised in a newspaper pubcent penalty will be added October lished in and hrving a general circula1st. All unpaid taxes on the above tion in Adair county as required by named d?.te will be collected by dis- law A copy. Attest traint if necessary and just as speedily Walker Bryant, Clerk, as possibly can be by law. If you have By L. O. Taylor,.D. C. not paid same you'd better make preparations to do so to save trouble See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky., and cost. for Singer Sewing Machines and supW. B. Pattesou, Collector. 4('-t5 44-4- t. 3 de Equals 25 of Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE, also our 32 page, illustrated book, fully explaining A startling statement biit a true one in this case. One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, in what tney do for your animals and fowls, two pounds of any ready-mastock or poultry tonic (price 25 cents). There you are! If you don't believe it, try it out I Buy, today, a can of Write fori trial packase Dpn JLwc Jjvc 1VP STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE its uses. Address: Bee Dee Stock Medicine Companr, Chattanooga. Tenn. Cluxe feed kto leiic Hakes !t reroItprodida. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At Your dealer's. P.B.31 burg,"was in 'bur midst one day 'town, bat for the past few years last week. and reports business a! of the Nell community, is just little bit quiet at the present at the point of death. He has time. had aJong spell of fever. It was The cattle trade has been very thought that he was getting good in this section for the past .along nicely until the change thirty days. Everything selling came for the worse and it is ' for its full value. There is left, feared that the end is near, Born, to the wife of Dr. L. C. in this community a carlozd of cattle ready for the market. Nell, on the 16th, a ten pound Messrs. Eugene Wethington, boy. Lawrence C. Junior. Moth-an- d Ed Hill attended the State er and child are doing well. Fair several days of last week Mr. Henry Parson and family, Liberty, spent last week vis- plies. Messrs. Robert Wethington. f Norman Morrison and Ollie Wil- lting their relatives in this comAs an evidence that an abundance Notice to Stave Men. of fruit was put up in this county, up son spent last Saturday and Sun- munity. Henry informed us that to last Friday Nell & McCandless had he was having a nice business at We will resume buying staves on day at their homes in Columbia sold 455 dozen fruit jars. Liberty and his family were our yard Sept., 3, 1914. Slight change and Clementsville. ! ! I in prices well pleased. Rev. Christie and wife and C. Dunnville. O. Moss, wife and son will at- Tax Notice. tend the annual conference or Pay your Graded School Tax at once the M. E. Church next week in The series of meeting conduct6 per cent penalty after the first day ed at this place by Bros. WilLouisville. of October. liams and Young closed last SunS. H. Mitchell, S. A. C. Mr. Finis Wilson, the noted day nfeht with 45 additions to base ball man, of Greensburg vis- - the church. ' ited his mother a day or so of Gradyville. The Base ball team of this place played the Middleburg last week, near this place. ! Elrod & Co. 46-- 2t We are having cool nights and the big Fair. Miss Mollie Caldwell, who" spent three weeks with relatives and friends in the Portland section of Adairjcouu-ty- , returned home last Konday. Mr. J. A. Parson, wife and children, of Gradyville, visited relatives in Columbia last week. Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon, Lebanon, was here Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. A.R.Humble and their family of children, of Somerset, were in Culumbia Friday, en route for Louisville, making the trip in their auto. Dr. J. N. Page left, on a visit, last Thursday for Monticello, the .former to return on Saturday, Mrs. Page to remain a month or two Mr. A. A. Clayton, of Creelsboro, made a business trip to Columbia last and Mrs. G A Cundiff, of Dunn-villvisited at the home of Mr. J. S Breeding last Monday. Their grandson, Leslie Combest, brought them here in an auto. Mr. P. C. Moore, Gresham, was " here Monday. Mrs Jo Young, of Grider, Cumberland county, is visiting her sons, R. K. and Marvin Young. Mr. and Mrs. John Sandusky, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sandusky, Mr. A. IL Ballard and Mr. W. H. Sandusky, motored to High Bridge, Sunday. Tom Patteson has returned from Danville. Mr. e, S1.75. A Good Business for Sale. 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 them. This is a good business for some one that likes it, and we will sell cheap. If interested call on us. W. R. Myers & Son. 43 tf we very TurnpiKe, Church, Post Office, and School. Three miles from CampbellsPicketts Chapel base ball team and ville. Lies well and well improved. Thursday. the Jamestown team will play on the See this farm and attend this sale. It Mr. Jo Rosentield, Middlesbcro, vis- Lindsey-Wilso- n Diamond next Satur is a bargain, day afternoon. It promises to be a ited his family here last week. Leo Winfrey, a colored man, who Rev. Tom Hadley, of Needmore, No. great game. Eveiybody should attend. was born, and reared here, was acci 2, paid this oflice a visit last .ThursMr. G. M. Coffey died at Gresham, dentally killed in Louisville last day. . Green county, a few days ago. He week. He was thrown from a horse, Mr. S. W. WjUis, ofWinchester, was was buried Masonically at Bethlehem breaking his skull. He was buried in " ,' here recently. Church yard. the city. 4(5-2- Additional Locals. The B. H. Hatcher farm of 100 acres, near Hatcher, Taylor county, will be sold by Master Commissioner in Campbellsville, 3y., at Court-houson Monday, October 5th, '1914. This is a valuable farm, well located near e, t. very warm days. Miss Florence Sherrill is attending the protracted services at Milltown this week. Sam Mitchell, our Sheriff, was in our midst last Friday and reports everything ready for court. Quite a number of our people attended the State Fair last week, and report a nice time. J. A. Diddle returned from Greensburg last Thursday and reports lumber sales a little dull. W. L. Grady made a trip to Greensburg last Monday and bought a good supply of farming implements. He is now ready to farm on the right scale. Mr. S. A. Harper, who has been confined to his room for several weeks, does not improve fast. Mrs. Emily Burton, in company with her sister, Mrs. Mary E. Caldwell, of Columbia, put in " Mr. Alfred Parson and family LCrtU1 oaLUru7 , score was m favor of the Dunn- .. . are visiting at Columbia ana ville team Cane Valley this week. Misg Ross of New York ... i ""' We are certainly glad to have j City, Bro. Payne, of the M. E. church i with is spending the summer herparnets at this place. Lm ., with us for another conference! miss mary ruce win leave in days to visit her sister in year. This is his fifth year and a few Pennsylvania. the longer he stays the better Misses Cary and Bess Cabell we like him and the more good entertained quite a number of he can do. their friends at their home out Mr. Arthur Bradshaw, one of town last Saturday night. Mr. Chas. Cravens, of Texas, the best farmers and business who has been visiting his sister, men of the Bliss community, Mrs. Belle Rice, has returned was in our midst one day last home. week and while in conversation Misses Mary Rice and Frances on the cattle trade, he Dunham were with him the com- Misses Cundiff, of Phil, last Satremarked that it was a very mon occurrence in his commun- urday night. ity, for a four month old calf to Miss Hazel Knifley, of Casey $25.00, and Creek, visited the Misses Cabell sell for .$20.00 and that he had iust sold one for last Saturday and Sunday, $30.00 Quite a number from thi3 place Taylor, of East Fork. attended court at Liberty lasr. Dr. B. F. called to see us last Friday on kweek. his return from Columbia and The auto line between here us that the work on his and McKinney has been off for dwelling at Columbia was pro- the past few days and the mail one day on their old home-farm- , gressing nicely. has been coming in the same old near here, last week. Mr. C. S. Bell, formerly of our way. Mr', Henry Moss, of Greens- t visiting in-form- THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS '! ISWar Creates Desire For " L,and. To The Point Vr jC.vr U(4DE$TL$ E t?. n Only the coward stays whip Chicago. The war has not ped. Don't count your eggs untill only raised food prices over night but there ha9 been created you see whether there are chick The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without it are Mrs. J. "W. Haynes, Brady, IjCy., and Mrs. E. U Weeks. 1744 W. 2nd St., Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by an exceptional desire for homestead land in the West. The farmer again has absolutely demonstrated his independence and while there is' an apparent unrest in other professions, which is to be sure unwarranted, the farmer above all has before him a season of unbouned prosperity. Whether or not the sudden rise ia foodstuffs is arbitrary or is the natural result of economic conditions, the fact remains that people realize more than ever the tiller of the soil is assured of an abundant living in any crises. "It seems as though we are unable to make enough farms," said Albert V. Leonard, Settlement Agent of the Reclamation Service in the Federal Bldg. yesterday. "We are hurrying the work as rapidly as possible and I believe the continuance of war in Europe with the consequent prosperity of the farmer in Amer lea will create a large demand for good homestead land. We have available land at this time upwards of 200 desirable farms in the Shoshone project near the Yellowstone Park, and on September 18, the Government will dispose of 12,009 acres by a drawing of choice land in the Truckee Carson project, Nevada. ens in 'em. A man who fits a linen suit must be fearfully and wrongfully made. There is no disappointment quite as bitter as disappointment in ourselves. of you. ' Don't burn your bridges ahead It is natural for a child to laugh and play and when It sulks drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrons if you quietly Rive it a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. The remedy most senerally recom1 keep constantly on hands a nice line mended for this purpose is Dr. CaldPepsin, which mothers f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and well's Syrup country have been giving throughout the their children for a quarter of a cen'.edies Robes, also a nice Hurse. tury. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used it then, over Cumberland Grocers Co., and there must be good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. Phone 52 A. 'olumbia, Ky. It Is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken before retiring will bring com I plete satisfaction in the morning. ZawE SIHBCSHBhSSe?"1" DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL 50c AND DRUGGISTS. Lo-ati- on J. S. Jones. Daily 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 AVashinuton St., Monticello, 111. Your name and addres3 on a postal card will do. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON - gVETFRlNARY It only takes a little while to get to thelpoor house if you travel fast enough. A writer who ought to know says there is no plural of grape fruit. That's singularl A feminine friend with no desire to marry, has proved a big Courier Journal ASssSr Binjseve view ot our Plant s.- - $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier - Journal "T.""" tZ . Special Attnetin to he "Spavin or any surFiatulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BURKSV1LLE asset to many a man. A person never really does his duty unless he does it for the real pleasure of one thing. About all some people do to keep in physical condition is to exercise their prerogatives. Happiness is one of the things that you can't have delivered at your back door. You don't expect to get back the principal on a charitable investment but you draw com-pDu- $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News " State News tt Local News Market Reports ( Joseph H. Stone, Attonev-At-Law "Largest in Dixie" V. . Hughes & Sons Co. 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Terms. $3 a year: lour moiuns, ji- - soia Dyaii nescieater. A gP0364Broa,a,.WeWYnrfr F 8U Washington. D. Brar.Mi Office. 25 C "Crying Child" a Panther. A plaintive cry, apparently that of a child lost in the woods, attracted the attention of a party picking berries in the woods WEEKLY Regains Mind and Farm. has been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a William Nelson, 57 years old, most excellent illustrated monthly of Greenely, Colo., after ten magazine, is a worthy successor. years, has been awarded a de- The price is only 25,cents a year. cree that restores his equity in rVsk for a sample'copy. one of the finest farms in the Courier-Journ- 6 Eaat Matket SlreeK Del ween Firsthand Brook ' ouisv3!e- - Ky, state, valued at $40,000. i During that period he was unable to establish his identity, owing to insanity caused by business cares and for five years he had been an inmate of an asylum in Ohio. Escaping from the asylum he returned to Greeley and closeness to his old home began to clarify his mind and slowly he began to remember that he once owned a farm. How he lost it was not plain for a time, but it finally dawned on him and he consulted an attorney who took an interest in his case and carried it through the courts. During his business reverves he made a deed of trust to his creditors and sold the farm, taking another deed of trust from N. G. Waldo with the understanding that the first deed would be paid off. It was not paid and the farm was foreclosed and Waldo's son bought it in. Later he conveyed it to his father, who apparently had a clear title. al Company Great INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. tesidence Phone13 B Business Pho e 13 P wall And the I I Are You a Woman ? 1 $ ill Be I W Oman's Tonie I near Cathlamet, Wash. The berry pickers at once started to the rescue. Presently the c r ies per- The Louisville Daily Herald Adair County News ; F03 SALE AT ALL DBUGGISTS DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTlSTj rooms in Jeffries stopped. The party were the little one Again the plexed but still attempted to find wail- Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Bugcy, Carriage ami Wagon RepairinK neatly Office, Front BTd'g up stairs. ing was heard some distance away and the party was puzzled. Columbia, - Kentucky One Year Each After an extended search the pickers came upon the object of their search. It lay stretched upon the lower bough of a pine Surveyim Land Owners Attention. T. C. 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. Gome, bring or send jour subscriptions to .: 3 done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia. attention to Horse Shoeinjr. Prices rij;ht and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & X. Depot1 PHONE XO. 75 JEFF PARSON,: Campbellsville, Ky.1 tree, its tail moving restlessly to and fro six feet of hungry panther. The search for the child was discontinued at once and rotting berries and footsteps far apart markihe course the party .took on its return to town. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write- - rlJJCB, lieTo rQnfeklr relter Tthnnmatlco. Sore Mns- r? . j.V. (.tu. a..9 V...til. Alll.bUV T1a(YiHa w.... llCUi.l6l. mnnpT back a.k.U4vuw to re- Your if it fails anr ache In asr voit of, the body inl fifteen minutes time. jrrica ouc. .t jlu jjruggxsxs. Fit uapls tad circular (est on reqseU 1 ,. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. T. C. Faulkner, Columbia ,.K k 342 East Main St., Lexington. Ky :,C ' , this, "office. Xf Ife f DJh . y v- - ? Luke HcLuke Says. THE1JADAJR COUNTY NEWS r IV) tMP'Bt IBJ t) You IIMi: Need a Tonic WELL DRILLER The Allies have "the Age." The advantage of what may later be known as the decisive battle of the war is, so far, with the Allies. Their center, which seems to have been the chief object of the German attack, extends from Paris to Verdun, both strongly fortified and affording ample protection for the flanks. In the center is the fortress at Chalons. The length of this line is sixty-thre- e miles. The ground occupied by the Allies is high, the approach is from a marshy country leading to an open terrain which gives a good field of fire. Farmers' Best Friends. u There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to" help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining: counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. im-yrov- ed J. C. YATES CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. THE LOUISVILLI TIMES I CI Hansen, the state game warden of Tennessee, has issued an interesting statement on the subject, "The Farmers' Best Friends Birds." The birds, he says, not only protect the orchard, garden, the farm, but they also protect the health of man and beast by destroying the disease carrying insects. The ordinary bullbatftwill eat thousands of mosquitoes in one evening and its voracious appetite is constantly calling for more. The "Anopheles," or malaria spreading species of this W. D. The trouble with a woman ia that when she is crying you don't know whether to sympathize with her or congratulate her Another of qur most talented Liars is the mutt who stands around a bar and tell3 you that he and his wife never have any trouble because he never asks her where she spends her time and she never asks him where he spends his. The trouble with Advice is that every man carries a different brand for his own use. ij people Has Helped Thousands. cmi xxxxx FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER When the Princess in inflating mosquito, is a great terror to On the left, the British forces man, but the bullbat is especial- the Fellow with a line of talk with the Sixth French Army ly fond of them. One bullbat, about what refined people her Corps are engaged in an envel- in destroying these pests, is parents are, Father al way3 makes worth more than a case of qui- it his business to stroll into the oping movement, striking at the After all it does not seem as if outside of automobiles take as big chances as those inside. Statesmaship consists mostly in not letting folks know what a plug you are. good-for-nothi- ng It is often said in a sort of un- of the many be interesting to know how German right wing. Paris and THE. REGULAR PRICE OF men understand man. London report that this moveTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES ment has caused the Germans I keep on hands a full stock of in its immediate front to give coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep IS A YEAR. ground all a i ong this part Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and of their line. That they have two hearses. Prompt service night or IF YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDH been forced back twenty-fiv- e day. Residence Phone 29, office miles, may well be doubted. Phone 98. TO YOU CAN line of communications $5.00 US, nine and a barrel of kerosene. Mr. Wallace says: "As a fever germ abater in a malarial district, a whole, flock of bullbats are worth more than a grove of quinine trees." Front Room and spill the beans by remarking; "I jist snuk in to ask ya what ya did with them brushes I got to clean the sut out of the stove pipes." Father is supposed to be the complimentary way that no man Ad understands women. It would 1 45-- yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia. GET "Ky. THE ADAIR COUNT) NEWS The Daily Louisville And The Times News AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR What is true of the robin, the meadow lark, the dove and the other birds mentioned is also The French right, from Ver- true of a large number of our dun to Belfort is, in effect, re- birds. When the birds decrease fused. With the advantage the the insects and weeds increase; allies now possess of having the and if all the birds were destroyinterior lines, their right wing is ed it would be impossible for the in a position to support the cen- gardener, the orchardist or the ter if the pressure there grows farmer, with all the inventions too great or to threaten a turn: of the present age, to combat ing movement on the German the insects and weeds. left. It is not probable that the French chief of staff is yet prepared to commit his forces to the offensive. The position he now occupies is more than favorable for protracted defense. Time fights for the Allies and against Germany. With Russia battering away on the Eastern frontier the German troops in France cannot hope for The control of the sea is in the hands of the Allies. As long as their army remains intact, from England, Canada and India and it may be Russia can be safely transported and used to good purpose. The German army has been fought to what would be exhaustion for any other troops in the world. It is unbelievable that the stain of the last three weeks of incessant marching and fighting has not begun to tell Its line of communications is greatly extended. If the Allies can preserve the status quo for a week or ten days against Germany's attack, their chances for a successful couster stroke will be of the best. Louisville Times. Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic, FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii Has the best corps of corrcv pondents. head of the household. But when Mother has completed the Monday morning wash, give the line the once over and you will see about four furlongs of white skirts, corset covers, stockings, gauze vests, etc., that father couldn't wear. And down at the end of the line, in a shady corner you will see two old socks, a raggedy undershirt and a torn handkerchief. That is Father's The birds work for the farm- share of the wash. er every day in the year and ofWhen a girl has a new ten until far into the night. They store diamond ring she simply charge nothing for their work. can't keep her hand away from They do not even ask him to pay her face. their board. They only ask his Men do not pay much atten friendship. They only ask the tion to the color of the clothes a farmer for the .privilege of de- girl is wearing. But they never stroying his worst and most de- overlook a curve. structive enemies. Ex. Some men are born ugly and others grow a Scotch terrier set Despondency Is often caused by indigestion and of whiskers. 10-ce- nt County News both for 4.50 per year. Covers the Kentucky field pe fectly. Covers the general news flai Special Notice! completely. Has the best and fullest m kets reports. Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales at Special "Prices. DEMOCRATIC in politics bt fair to everybody. Caught a Bad Cold. "Last winter my son caught a very 200 pounds has no business gobad cold and the way he coughed was ing ouc on the street " wearing a something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sa- pair of those Baby Doll Oxfords. rah E Duncan, of Tipton Iowa. f,v7e thought sure he was going into conThe woman who We bought just one bottle sumption. used to trim her own hat now of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that one bottle stopped his cough and has a daughter who trims her cured his cold completely." For sale husband for hats. Ad by Paull Drug Co. old-fashioned constipation, and quickly disappears We may be finnicky. But any when Chamberlain's Tablets areta- by Paull Drug Co. Ad ken. For sale woman who weighs more than SEND YOUR SUBSCRft I don't care who he is, any At a recent auction sale of man woulddo things. for a strange American antiques in New York, girl that he wouldn't do for his T10N RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OJrBTOm two pistols said to have belonged own wife. to George Washington brought The only two organizations $4,000. The inscription "Gen. G. that never object to overwork on engraved Washington," each of the weapons, tends to authenticate the claims made for them. Among other articles sold was a medicine chest also said to have belonged to Washington which still contained sev- Dr. James Triplett DENTIST JPA-XJXj- are the Hand Holders' Union and the Bar Rail Polishers' Union. Cincinnati Enquirer. Rheumatism Pains Stopped. The first application of Sloan's Liniment goes right to the painful part it penetrates without rubbing it stops the Rheumatic Pains around the joints and gives relief and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a bottle It is a family medicine for all pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore throat, neuralgia and chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr. Charles H. Wentworth, California, writes: "Ifc did wonders for my Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I recommend it to my friends as the best) Liniment I ever used." Guaranteed. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- y! -- Hay Presses, Both Horse IUG3 OVER DRUG- CO. - Columbia, Ky. PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONB andGrasoline Engine Power. , SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILfcSf Six, Eight, 'and Mne Disc. jotDMll i ainsj and IndigostioncRUpd me great distress for two years. I triot many thines for relief, but pcfc Uf lie Lelp till at last I found' it ia the best pill3 or meaicino I ever tried tfrarS; kv See or write him before buying, George Sharp, a miner in Alas- eral remedies. ka, took up a claim there nine Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. years ago and has prospected "I was taken with Diarrhoea and with indifferent success in vari- Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, perous parte of his holding ever suaded me to try a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea since. Some time ago he sank a Remedy. After taking one dose of it cured. It also cured shaft near his cabin, tunneled the I wasI gave it to," writes M. E. others that Oriole, Pa. That is nob at all building and struck "pay dirt" unusual. An ordinary attack of diarAd Geb-har- t, 'C -- Woodson Lewis ,f OR,KI'IC?S Ktfl 8BBB flW.i .JMFI T8lB,W&i ii g UB U faX. kflil LH 5i?jj.j y "'"n.lll'TWfctrr ifn:iuiii -i i ! ti. Ja't-:jiSfS- . i ,? beneath the floor over which he rhoea can almost invariably be cured by one ar two doses of this remedy. had lived all these years. Drug Co. For sale by Paull ft vv ' w WW jt THE ADAIR CQJJNTY NEWS ' Tarter. Farmers are busy pulling fodder and sowing oat3. P. M.'Roberts and Add Shepherd made a business trip to Campbellsville last week. , Gigantic Battle Must Finally Decide War. r W W. H. Wheat sold a mule colt London, Sept., 16, (1:55 p. m.) The second great battle in to Mr. Willie Tarter last WedNorthern France since the Southbound sweep of the German in- nesday, for From best information we can get there $75. vaders met its check is now apparently in progress to the Northwill be advance prices on several lines of ward of the river Aisne. The opposing lines are arrayed from T. C. Faulkner is surveying in Merchandise. Our entire Fall Stock is in the Argonne hills through Rethel to Chateau Porcien and near the this part this week. our house ready for your inspection. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brock-man, practice camp of Sissonne, where the program of the French of RusseW Springs, visited mer maneuvers contemplated cavalry training on a large scale for We have the Largest Stocks ever shown in relatives in this section JSunday. this very date. Columbia, bought the Lowest Prices. , Whether the Germans purpose to fight-- to a finish at this posiMiss Stella Shepherd and We handle Good Qualit' Merchandis of tion or plan merely to cover their retreat to the River Meuse is not brother, Jim, and Miss Mary yet clear, but the German commanders are showing the same skill Montgomery, left for Kokomo, Latest Styles. If you want the correct Fall in keeping their forces intact as the Allies showed a fortnight ago. Ind . lastMondav. Styles we HAVE THEM. The German rush into France and back thus far has brought Tim G. White, who has been no decisive result, and until a pitched battle on a huge scale is living at Ru3seJl Springs for the fought and won, neither side is in a position to claim that it has past few months, is moving back secured more than the opening advantage in the war game. to his farm near Sano. eS The Allies for the moment have retrieved their perilous posiT. W. Wheat sold a nice colt tion and have turned the tables on the invaders, but the next SB Mxi s move is with the Germans, whose armies are still in great force on to Mr. Jonah Leech, a few days aS r' Sfl sS$n ago, for $65. a ground more or less selected by themselves. r The debacle for it seems nothing l.ess in the Austrian armies means that Germany will have more and more to rely mainly upon If the Germans sprung a surprise with their enormous siege,! 0. G. HARDWiC, Pres. J. 8. COCKE. Y 'Pres. . H. DIETZMAN. Us of events guns which demolished the Liege and Namur fortifications and herself; hence there will be a greater have wrought great execution against many of the French forts, in the Eastern and Western field of operations. What new forces Germany can put into the campaign in the the French have met them more than half way with their seventy-fiv- e Western area must henceforth depend in a great measure upon how millimeter artillery. On action these new pieces have been ESTABLISHED 186! INCORPORATED 1889 far she can neglect the Russian movement on Breslau, the capital wonderfully effective. They have consissently smashed the Gerof Berlin. man heavy artillery in every duel to date and have had the adof the German province of Silesia, 190 WILiLiWRlGHTS According to reports William himself has gone vantage of being easily masked. OEALERS-IopReports from the battle now in progress indicate that these to East Prussia to take chief command of th& German armies EHGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. posing the Russian invaders. He may have gone there, but little guns have now been brought up all along the Freric'h center and GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS is attached to the assertion that he proposes to take the ac- right and are being used with deadly effect. credit 1301 TfilRTSeNTfi-Mftl- N. LOlNSVILLe Rome, Sept. 17. Reports have been received here that the tive command out of the hands of a fighting General of J;he caliber , of Von Hindenberg. Germans are abandoning Belgium and concentrating their forces, SMOKE STACKS regarding the Aus especially the second fine troops, in Westphalia and Hanover. They is the usual diversity of stories y There tro- - Servian operations. The Austrian General Staff claims to have fear a simultaneous invasion of the Anglo-Frencforces across Sheet Iron and Tank Wo r K driven the Serbs out of the province on Banat and from the east- Belgium and a combined attack by land and sea on Cuxhaven, Bremen and Hamburg. ern districts of Slavonia. The Servians, however, heretofore have shown a marked capaLondon, Sept 17. Earl Kitchener announced in the House of city for reappearing in the same or better positions after these de- Lords this afternoon that the Government has decided to send four kv J JOtfBlNU WORK SOLICITED "5 feats. They now claim they are bombarding the Hungarian town more armie3 to France. The territorial troops are already on the way. of Orsova t All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- The war indemnities demanded by the German troops in towns Washington, Sept. 17. The German Embassy received traversed in Belgium and France reach a total of $144,300,000. the following wireless from Berlin: Only a very small part of this sum, however, has been paid. "All French-Englisreports of victories of battles in France Rev. Capshaw is conducting a ters and brothers. The are untrue. The German retreat of the western wing was a pracentire revival meeting at ParnelFs community extends their sympatical maneuver not affecting the strategical position. The French Chapel, near Plumpoint. thy to the bereaved one3. aotcmpu tu ureas tnrougn tne cencer or tne uerman position was Mr. and Mrs. Claud Edrington victoriously repulsed. J. B. Grant ha3 returned from "There is confirmation of German success at several points of and mother, of Cane Valley, a visit to friends in Lebanon. the long extended battefield. The Temps reports that the losses were guests of W. P. Dillingham Joppa. of the British army in the recent fighting amount to 15,000 dead and family Sunday. and wounded." Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robertson, Greatest artillery duel in history in progress between imPeople are cutting corn and London, Sept. 17,(10:15, a. m.) -- Along a ninety-mil- e Mrs. Ben T h o m a s, Mrs. Ira front the mense forces of Allies and Germans and which may decide fortunes sowing oats. The corn corp is German armies are at bay and the Allies are occupying a ledge Vaughan, Bros.rYoung and Barof Teutons in their invasion of French territory. fine in thi3 part. across the River Aisne, which was won after one of the most spec- ger were guests of Mr3. Mat Paris, Sept. 17, (3:20, p. m.) The official report issued in C. E. Willis has returned from tacular and thrilling river crossings ever made by an attacking Martin Tuesday. Paris this afternoon on the progress of the fighting northeast of Somerset where he has been enforce under fire. 4 Mr. Fred Humphress was in the capital shows that the great battle is continuing with indecisgaged in the fruit tree business. For the past two days there have been sporadic attacks from Campbellsville Tuesday. ive results. both sides along this line but, according to admissions from the Everett Montgomery and wife The resistance of the Germans has not been broken, although Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Sannders, rival headquarters, they have not produced any definite results spent several days visiting in at certain points they aro described as giving back slightly. At and Mis3 Rachel Tupman were Both sides have suffered enormously during the past week and the the Cane Valley neighborhood other points they continue to fortify themselves. The French have pleasant guests of H. B. Robertpresent pause undoubtedly is being used to bring up last week. repulsed some of their counter-attackThe text of the official son and family Sunday. and supplies. Bill Thomas will move to a communication is as follows: Petrogard reports that the flower of the German corps de- - Mr. Mont Williams and Miss place near here. We are always "First: On our left wing the resistance of the enemy on the tached for service in East Prussia are again hurring back to the Bessie Gose, of Knifley, were glad to have good neighbors. heights to the north of the River Aisne has continued, in spite of western front and Stockholm learns that Gen. von Hindenberg, guests of Mr, W. A. Humphress the fact that the enemy gave back slightly at certain points. C. A. Murrell will leave this flushed with victory against the Russians on the East Prussian and family Saturday and Sunday. "Second: On the center, between Berry-au-Baon the River week for Carroll Co., Mo., to frontier, has been urgenly summoned to command the Western Mr. Tyler Parrott, of CampAisne, and the Argonne, the situation shows no change. The enbuild a dwelling house for E. E. army. bellsville is here on business this emy continues to fortify himself along the line previously indiCabell, who lo3t his house by s week. the Argonne and the Meuse the Germans are incated. Between fire a short time ago. Ab'sher. trenching themselves in the vicinity of Montfaucon. Mrs. Rosa L. Dillingham, wife In the near Cane Valley, visited friends .Mr. Rollin Powell and wife Woever district we have come in contact with several detachments of W. P. Dillingham, died sud were visiting in here Saturday and Sunday. Russell county Farmers are very busy cutting denly at her home, at this place, of the enemy between Etant and Thiaucourt. last week. Misses Mary and Rachel Tup-ma"Third: On our right wing, in Lorraine and the Vosges, there tobacco. on Friday, Sept. I lth. Her death R. M. Cabell spent Saturday spent last week with friends was due to appolexsy.' Her unMrs. Mary B. Robertsoh, ot has been no change. night with James Gilpin and "Summing up, the battle is being continued along the entire Missouri, has returned home af- here. timely death was a shock to the family at Sparksville, Misses Pinkie Callison and entire community where she was front between the River Oise and the River Meuse. The Germans ter an extended visit to relatives Mr. W. F. Sanders and daughJulia Moore were pleasant guests having been born occupy positions organized for defense and armed with heavy ar- and friends. tillery. Mr. Hooter Robertson is on of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vaughan and reared here. She leaves an ter attended the State Fair. Tuesday night. aged husband, three daughters, 'Qur progress is of necessity slow, but our troops are animat- the sick list. A man was here from Russell-countMr3. O. G. Hendrickson, Mrs. spirit of offensive action and they are giving evidence of looking over the Monted by a Mr. acd' Mrs. N. R. Thomas Bro. Luther Young is conductThey have repulsed with success the counter-aG. Edrington and Miss Audra gomery farm with' rC. vigor and .enthusiasm. the view of L. H. ing a series of meetings at Egypt and children; Mr'nd-Mrs- . enemy both during the day and at Dillingham and one son, Mr. R. buying it. undertaken by the ttacks church, assisted by Eld. P. J. Feese and children attended the O. Dillingham to mourn their night. The morale of the French soldiers is excellent. f Barger. Mr. John Sanders of Russell . MucH interest is being funeral of Mrs. WS P. Dillingham loss and her eternal gain. We county, "The Austrian armies evacuating Galicia are in full rout., manifested. last Saturday. visited at Mr. H. P. would say to the sorrowing ones fpU oir losses in killed, wounded and prisoners are estimated at Sunday. 'We are glad to - note that Mr. weep riot, as' those who have no Cravens. Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Ingram, a0tmral hundred thousand men The German army corps, which if Mr. Jeff Reynolds was herea of Columbia, were guests of Mr. Herbert Cundiff's condition is hope, and live such litres a3 to txrpnt to their succor, are retreating. and Mrs. Hooter Robertson Sat- very much improved be "ready to meet her when the few days ago. Paris, Sept. 17. The greatest artillery duel ever known is urday and Sunday. Mr. Mont Kirtley, of Taylor .Mr. and Mrs. .Van Humphress summons comes. She also leaves taking place on tne norcn Dauis. ui uie usue. r iye inousana can- ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, of of Knifley, were here Sunday, an .aged mother and several sis Co., is visiting relatives here. by the Germans and the Allied. . on are being used -- Buy Your Fall Goods E arly l at w Russell 'm inter-dependen- ce W.T.PyneMill&SuppiyCo. miles-southea- st I mflCHlNlSTS N 'EBHB'o to-da- h PilS. rPHvM to-da- y h Most Sanguinary Fight On Record. s. c, n -- well-know- n, ) t X