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Last Wednesday a deal was closed between Mr. Allen Walker and Mr. L. W, Bennett by which the latter became owner of the former's handsome residence and land attached, on Greens-bur- g aejeioKeeieK aefc Conference t tJpon the first regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian Church after the passing of our sister, Mrs. Mollie Hancock, the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas: In her death we have lost a member who was faithful, wise in counsel, and possessed a truly noble Christian character. Resolved: That we sorrow not as those who have no hope, but rejoice, though sad, because of our assurance that she is with the Lord. Resolved: That we extend to brother Hancock our sincere sympathy in this his hour of deepest sorrow. To our sister, diss Sallie Damron, who is so sorely behaved by this death we express our love and desire to be a comfort to her in this sorrow. We also extend our deep sympathy to the children she left , and commend all this family to the God who is Father of us all, and whom she served faithfully to the end. Resolved: That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the society and a copy be sent to the Adair County News for publication, and a copy sent to the family. if., Mrs. Z. T. Williams, ) in is. mangle Auuiirui, Mrs. L. O. Taylor. street. In the deal Mr. Bennett conveys to Mr. Walker the house aud lot on the corner of Cross street where said Bennett now resides, and paying a difference in cash of something over three thousand dollars. Mr. Walker, we understand, will give possession in a very short time. Card of Thanks. We Hereby extend our heartfelt thanks to the friends and neighbors, who so patiently waited upon our beloved daughter (Mrs. Bessie, W. Miller) in her illness and death. & x Very affectionately. Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Davenport. Take Notice. From this date, September the 8th, we will 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. 45-4- t. The advance in price of everything that affects the cost of publishing a paper leaves no room for a dollar loss in the subscription. We are compelled to receive pay for every paper or advance the subscription price to 81 50 per year, aud more than likely will do both within a very short time. The News can not exist on promises to pay it must receive what it earns. Thousands of dollars are justly due this office and to be plain we want what is due. Many statements have been mailed and but few have sent in the pay. The time to clean up has oome. If jou fail to receive may know that you lose by not paying. 'your paper you It mathow much money or property you have, or how good your ters not credit is, we are compelled to collect and will begin the clearance of our books at once. If you have received a statement no other notice is necessary. Where the paper is discontinued we will expect every one to square on our books just the same, and if not done within a reasonable time will use the most effective agency for collection. This notice outlining the methods we are compelled to adopt should receive hearty response from every one who really desires The News. Justice and honesty should prompt every one to settle arrearage and not force us to use legal methods to get our just dues. policy of this office, as much as we dislike to inconvenience many who read the paper and promise to pay we can not continue longer to run on promises and hope. Take notice and act accordingly. As foreign as it is from the r Com. x ) r9K Notice to )ieBK Teachers, Rally. Fall Opening. We wish te announce to the ladies and buyers of millinery, that we have purchased from Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, her stock of millinery and have moved from the rooms occupied by her, over the Butler Store Building, to the first floor of the same building, (next door to Nell & McCandless' grocery store,) giving us a large, light, first-floroom more convenient to the buyand much ing public. Miss Julia Eubank has just returned from the market, where she purchased one or the swellest, nobbiest and most line of millinery ever brought and put on display in the town of Columbia, which will soon be ready for your careful inspection As a trimmer, Miss Eubank is not unknown to you. She has had 20 seasons experience in the trimming business, and is second to none. She is careful and painstaking and can please the most fastidious. We wish to announce that our FALL or up-to-da- te Concerning Lindsey-Wilso- n Honor Roll. Puimakv Department. Mary Shreve. Francis Strange. Mary Harris. John Ottley. Payne Garvin. Louie Feese Margaret Hines. Margaret Harris. Delbert Arnold. Russell Goff. Walker Bryan t. Raymond Shreve. Sanford Strange Mary Maxine Moss Mrs J. N. Conover entertained the following ladies last Wednesday: Mes-dam- es Jennie Coffey, Ellen Wheat, James Holladay, E. E.Spiller and Miss Sue Baker. An elegant dinner was spread and the entire day delightfully spent. Mrs. Conover is a very hospita ble lady, perfectly satisfied when en gaged in making visiting friends feel at home, and upon this occasion she was at her best, and those present feel that it was one of their most enjoyable days, one that will be remembered for weeks to come. For Sale. I have two small farms of about sixty acres each, on the waters of Sulphur, three and one-hamiles east of Cheap residences on each. Columbia Also four residences in Columbia. Will sell on easy terms. N. M. Tutt. lf OPENING will be on Wednesday, Sep- tember 30th, 1914, where you will find on display, the most beautiful "PAT TERN and TRIMMED" Hats, as wel as all the latest shapes and trimmings, in FALL and WINTER Millinery. A special invitation is most cordially extended you to visit our store and be convinced. Bring your friends with you Most Respectfully Yours, Miss Julia Eubank, Mrs W. P. Summers. Programs for the rally have been mailed to eacli teacher in the county, giving full particulars, events and premiums for each event. Events 17 and 18 on program, the !,Best Made Gingham Apron," and the "Best Patch on Calico," must be hand work, aud all the work done by school girl. Event 20, "Best Embroidered Shirt Waist," it will only be necessary to have the front of shirt waist, (the part embroidered. It will not be necessary to have phe whole waist. Event 21, "Best Crochet Collar," only the collar need be displayed. Only one district is to contest from each Educational Division, except when otherwise specified on the programs sent out, or as follows: 1. Any district in the county may contest for the flags in events two aud three on program. 2. Event S, "Best Display of Work from any School, any school in the county may enter this contest at Columbia, regardless of whether they enter a display at their Division Rally. Any work exhibited in any other contest may be used in making up this Display or Exhibit. W. M. Wilson, R. R. Moss. One of the attractions on the public square, the first day of court we failed to mention in last week's issue, and since every body is more or less interested in good cattle, we therefore refer to the show of Aberdeen Angus made by R. F. Paull and J. P. Hutchison. Mr. Paull exhibited his herd bull and two cows with their calves. Mr. Hutchison presented a cow and oalf. Comment on their merit is useless to the many who inspected them, but justice demands that the people of this section should know that no better bred or better individuals can be produced arty where than was shown on our public square. The cows were as good as the breed affords, and the calves were strictly choice in every particular. Mr. Paull sold his two calves, one to S. H. Fisher, for $75, the other to Geo. Cheatham, for 65, it being a much younger calf. Mr. Hutchison's calf remains in his possession, but can be bought at a reasonable price considering its breedingand individual merits. It seems in line and justice as well to state here that C. S. Harris sold his weanling calf, a i Aberdeen, by Mr. Fault's bull, for $oU Tiie Aberdeens are all right in the beef line, ami we doubt whether a better sire of high prices can be found any where than on Mr. PaulPs farm. Every one of these young bulls should be kept in this county, and we congratulate Mr. Fisher and Mr. Cheatham on their purchases. The day is not far distant when Adair county will have a reputation for fine cattle, and Mr. Paull will deserve much credit in introducing and pushing to the front the big black cattle that never fail to command the highest market price I Rev. W. F Hogard is returned as Presiding Elder of the Columbia District. Rev. J. s Chandler is tore-mai- n Elizabethtown district. T. L. Hulse, Presiding Elder of the Hopkinsville district. Cane Valley, Oscar Capshaw. Central City, B. M. Currie. Eddyville Station, A. L. Mell. Elkhorn, S. K. Breeding. Monticello, M. M. Murrell. Hanson Circuit, J. A. Johnson. Lewisport, J. L. Murrell. Clifton, J. S. Thompson. Public Sale. at Columbia: A. R. Kasey. Presidiug Elder of the If not sold privately before date of sale, I will sell publicly ou October 13, 1914. On my farm No. 1. one mile southeast of Campbellsville, ail of the following described property; lids girls from 43-t- f. for kids." 20 See ray line of beautiful hats for 6 to for $1.00. Mrs George StaDles. The Moonlight Schools. The first session or term of moon-encoura- g- Notice to Patrons and Teachers. Mr Walter I. Ingram, at Columbia, now has a good supply of nearly all the new school books. Patrons will please secure the needed books for their children at" once. Beginning with October 5th, I will require the teachers to use only the new books. Let the patrons be sure to bring all their old books for exchange. light schools has proved an Very Respectfully, Tobias Huffaker,. Supt. A. C. S. W i i fir y $ Rev .1. S. Chandler, of this place, Opening. who was the very efficient Secretary of the Louisville Conoerence for twenty-e"Hat Specials." 1J-2ight consecutive years, tendered Our formal opening will occur this his resignation last week and Rev. (Tuesday) evening at 7 o'clock. I Mr. Henry Dearen, who was known Samuel L Miller was elected to sucSome of our. most stunning numbers havesecured Miss Nola Cliff, of Princeto a great many Adair county people, ceed him. The Louisville Times, of and particularly attractive values in ton, a young lady of rare taste and an died at his home, in CarapbelJsville, last Thursday, published excellent trimmed hats for 82 85. experienced trimmer for this season. last Wednesday, ne was a Mexican photograps of Revs. Chandler aud Our Pattern Hat represents only the Mrs. George Staples. soldier, serving in Capt Jack Squires' Miller. preferred styles. You are cordially company, and was nearly eighty-fiv- e Bob McWhorter, of color, was given invited. EIGHTEEN HEAL CATTLE. years old when the end came. The the third, trial last week upon the 48 tf. Mrs. George Staples. Consisting of steers, heifers, cows passing of Mr. Dearen removes the In the Louisville Conference, just charge of burning a dwelling house, on closed, Prof. W M. and and calves and one yearling Hereford last Mexican soldier from Taylor Paul Chaudler. of Wilsonplace, Prof. Green river, which was the property were this The election case, the charge being Bull. A nice lot offull stock Duroc county The deceased was a native both recognized as religious workers. of Wm. Hobson. The jury failed to tampering with the ballots, was called H045, consisting cf sows, pigs Gilts of Taylor county and for many years The former was placed on the Sunday agree, ten for conviction and two for Saturday Attorneys for the defend aud boars. Also baled hay, straw, was active in affairs of his of his life School Committee and the latter on acquittal. When the result was an- ants filed a demurror to the indictfarm tools, wagons and buggy. county. Base Bail. the Epworth League Committee. nounced, States Attorney Huddleston ment, which was sustained by the ADVANTAGES Neither Prols. Wilson nor Chandler moved that the case be stricken from court. The indictment was Eggs Higher. game between the JamesThe were present and the apportionments, the docket and the order was made. This property is located in and near red to the grand jury and the instrutown team and Pickett's Chapel nine Campbelisvilie, which is a very proscoming unsolicited, were certainly ment and the case set for drew a large crowd to the Lindsey-Wilso- n perous town of good people, noted for Lost. we will pay 20c Per dozen for eggs compliments the third day of the Janeary term. campus last Saturday after- money, factories.schools and churches. this week. Rassell & Co. noon. The game was called at 2 Former Governor Beckham, DemBesides a good public school the containing fifteen The colored people observed Eman- o'clock and up to the seventh inning, A pocket-boo- k ocratic candidate for United States Presbyterians have a good private Hobaon & Pendleton, of Greensburg, Senator, Senator Ollie James, Hon. dollars and a few cents. The finder cipation Day at the Fair Grounds last the contest was exciting, the score Saturday. A large number were in standing 2 and 2 At the beginning of school. The Russell Creek Baptist were here last Thursday, receiving fat H. V. McChesney aud others will will be liberally rewarded. attendance aud some good speeches the 8th the Pickett Chapel boys made Academy is located here a good Fred Denson cattle, bought from various parties. speak at Jamestown this (Wednesday) 48-were made by members of the race, IT. a bad break and Jamestown run in 5 school that bids fair to grow into a They got from Leslie Johnson 6 head, afternoon They will be greeted by a administration M. Herriford has completed S. Bradshaw, of this place, being one scores, the game closing 7 to 2 in favor great college. The Mr. C. JBrackCain 14 head, known as the laj'crowd. From Jamestown they his work at Exie, Green county, and of the speakers. The Cane Valley is raising a $100,030 endowment fund Dohoney cattle, G from Bram Jones, goe Albauy, ot the Russell team. Lawrence Sul thence to Burkesville, of color, 3 from Mrs Hurt, and from Edmonton, Tompkinsville, Scottsville. last week he and his family returned Band furnished the music and good liuan pitched for Jamestown and only aud plans to purchase a large farm order prevailed during the day. to Columbia. other parties, 41 head in all. They one hit was made by the opposing side. where boys can earn their way and paid 6 cents per pound. Pickett's Chapel has a good team-o- nly learn scientffic agriculture at the same For Sale. Josh Johnston, a young man who one thing lacking, management time. Last Sunday afternoon Misses Sue lives in the Mt. Carmel neighborhood, King, Pearl Nave and Helen Atkin- in running bases The pitcher and Real estate will begiu to sell prompt The furnace for the new Lindsey-Wilso- n 175 bushels winter oats, free from was fined one hundred dollars in the son; Messrs J. W. Flowers and Fred catcher are fine ly at 11 a m. Terms on real estate dormitory is beinginstalled. A Adair Circuit Court last Friday. The 60 cents per bushel. cash, remainder on easy payments were out auto riding Upon their gentleman from Louisville is here, and cheat. charge againso him was shooting into Hill 48 2t. There will be a business meetiugof J. N. Squires. Terms on personal property, under with a crew of hands is putting in the a show tent in this place last May, the return, Miss King, in alighting from the Baptist Church after prayer meet- $10 00 cash In hand, over $10.00 twelve piping, etc., the furnace having althe machine, had the misfortune to Mr. James Spears, of this place, time John Jeffries was accidentally get her right ankle sprained. ing Wednesday evening. We urge months note, negotiable and payable ready been placed. It is the members to attend. lost a valuable horse one night last shot in the hip. in bank bearing 6 per cent interest. not a serious accident, and in a very week. Fortunately for the owner he O. P Bush, Pastor. No property will be removed until few days the patiept will be able to Save me your Magazine order, and I There w'll be a pie supper at Simphad the animal insured for one hunterms have been complied with. will save you some money son School House, two miles South of take up her classes in school. dred dollars Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. 44tf Geo. E. Wilson Glenville, onaturday night, Oct , 10 Mr. S A. Harper died at Grady ville Anyone desiring to look over this The case against S. S. Van Hoy, Monday night He was an old soldier The proceeds are to help buy a library Notice to Stave Men. Circuit Court is now in the second charged with detaining a woman and was about 70 years old. In the property write roe at Lebanon and I for that district. Every body is invitagainst her will, came on for trial last same town and about the same hour, will meet you on property you desire lweek and will probably continue until We will resume buying staves on ed. Friday. Most of the first week was our yard Sept , 3, 1914.- - Slight change Saturday. The accused was promptly Mrs. John F. Moore died, aged about to look at and show you. . LV Abell Collins. Miss Mary Miller is teaching in the acquitted, by a jury, after hearing the seventy. taken up in disposing of misdemean- in prices, Elrod & Co. Thomas Jefferson School, Walnut St., testimony and argument. ors cases, a great mauy being .tried 1. bave .purchased ' the barber shop and a large number continued. . They Make YOu Peel Good. Edgar Harris sold W. O. Loy, of Louisville, the second largest school formerly conducted "by "Mir.jG. W. A. B. Montgomery, a colored preachOlga, Russell county, last Friday In the city. She teaches jn the third The pleasant purgative effect pro- Lowe. I am prepared to. give good, er, was given a trial last Saturday, the Formerly Governor A. E. Willson, morning, a six year old Jersey cow, for grade. by Chamberlain's Tablets and service and will appreciate the patroni charge being, detaining a negro wo- duced Republican candidate for United $60.00. . the healthy . condition ot body , and age of the many who., hacve been patThe Ladies' Aid Society of the man. He was acquitted. States Senator, will address citizens mind which they create make one ronizing this shop. Call when you. See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky'., Presbyterian Church will meet Thurs Adair county, at the Court.- - houseV this Sewing Macnmes aud sup- - day, at 2 p. m., at the home of Mca for Singer Born, to.the wife of Bruce Mont- feel joyful. For sale. by Paull Drug need work. Yours Truly. afternoon. 40-iCo. plies. Ad gomery, September 27, 1914, a son. Summers, W. P. Asa Loy. three-year-ofive-year-o- 48-t- f. mg success. While some who volunteered for that work did not carry out their first intentions, there has benn a goodly number of night schools taught with very gratifying results. Educational enthusiasm such as has never before been known in Adair county has been awakened in a number cf communities. This movement is destined to revolutionize the educational interests of our county and to wipe the stain of illiteracy from within her borders. We propose to push this movement until all this is accomplished. We wish the teachers who can and will to teach another term during the month of October beginning on the 5th I will say in closing that the teachers who push the night schools with skill and energy and who emphasize sanitation are the ones who will come to the front. They will be the leaders; their services will be sought for; they will command the best salaries; and they will live in the minds and hearts of their pupils as benefactors of the human race. Very Respectfully, Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. C. S. Farm 115 3 acres situated just outside the city limits of Campbellsville near Elkhorn pike. This farm has on it a new 8 room dwelling, which has never been occupied, with all modern equipments, two new barns, stock and tobacco, limestone land mostly in grass and in a high state of cultivation. Considering location aud new buildings thi3 is a rare opportunity for anyone desiring a nice home. Farm No. 2, located seven miles north of Oampbellsville, and one mile north of Saloraa, on Big Pitman creek, containing about 115 acres 42 acres of which is bottom land as good as the best, the remainder good upland,, mostly in grass. On this farm there dwelling, tenant is a good house, large barn, nice concrete cellar and other necessary outbuildings. There is an abundant supply of never-fadiwater, plenty of farm timber and only one mile from two schools two churches and four stores, andhav ing free delivery of mail at your door. A nice place to live and a good 'place to make money. Farm No. 3, located almost adjoining Farm No. 2, and containing sixty acres, in two tracts 14 and 46 acre3, that almost join. This is good productive land, and has on it fair dwelling, large barn and other outbuildings. bungalo and all necessary outbuildings, comparatively new located only a few blocks from Russell Creek Baptist Academy. Desirable business lot located at the junction of the Elkhorn Pike and L. m & N Railroad. Has on it good dwelling, blacksmith shop and necessary outbuildings. 2-2-.-'J six-roo- m ng Six-roo- m six-roo- LtOllSES AND 3IULE3. One extra family aud brood mare, one farm and brood mare, and 1 gelding, well broken everywhere, aud used to autcmobi!e;one saddle and harness gelding, a good one. One pair work mules, 15 4 hands high, ages 6 and 9 years, 3 three-- i ear-olmules, 2 two- - year-clmare mules, good ones; one yearling and one colt. ld ld 3-d d re-ref- er lt 1-- 3 -- b' I' it THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Big Educational Rally, Columbia, Oct. Everybody is Going ; 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. 1 3.0; 1914. Love Endures Test of Poverty and Sorrow. You Come 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 Bank. $2.00 Best Embroidored shirt waist (made by girl any Gill & Waggener. age) Gravy Ladle Best Ladies crochet collar (made by girl any age) PROGRAM 7 18 1 9 20 2 1 Shirt waist pattern Walker's Store. 22 23 24 4 5 Spelling contest (Written) Bible Joe Palfeson 1 Pole vault (Boys any age). Box' of Fruit & Candy Garrison Bros. Sack Race. Boys any age and any number may C. R. Hutchison. enter. Good knife mile race. One teacher from each eduBox Whitman's cational division may enter. Flowers & Beck. Candy. One-ha- lf Declamatory contest for boys, any age $ .00 Dr. Triplett. Valuable Book Recitation for girls, any age. Page & Taylor's Drug Store. Best Essay on "Why Eradicate Illiteracy in Kentucky?" Valuable Book. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. There is an old saying that when poverty comes in at the door love flies out through the window. Whoever wrote that sentence was too much of a cynic to know the real meaning of love, for true love endures the test of time, poverty and sorrow. No doubt the author of the adage was thinking of the love that is used merely as a subterfuge to cover designs of a deeper nature born of a desire to possess certain things that a selfish heart covets. This is a type of love that endures only so long as the money in the family low-water Special AU Notice Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscription Books Wili have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once 25 100 yds dash. Boys any age. $1.00 W. H. Wilson. 26 100 yds dash. 27 Boys 1 3 Best exhibit or display of work from any rural American Flag First National Bank. Best reader of First grade, who has entered school this year, Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. 4 and under. $1.00. Knife. Moss & Wilson. Golf Bros. Running Broad Jump. a mile race. 28 29 30 Boys any age. $1.00. Hancock Hotel. 14 and under. $1.00 Bennett & Smith. 10 11 Best Apple Pie. $1.00 Dr. Cartwright. Box Candy. Winfrey & Co. Potato Race, Boys Best Loaf Light Bread. Best h doz Biscuit. $ .00 baum. Representing 1 12 Taylor & & Rosen-Gowb- y Co. 13 Best i doz Corn Muffins. One Box Stationery Dr. Murrell 3 1 Girls 15 and over. Not more than two entries from each educational DiBox Fruits and Candies. vision. Nell & McCandless. Wheel Barrow race. Relay Race. Division. 1 Four boys from each Educational 14 Best 4 doz ears corn not more than two entries from each division (Com must have been grown on farm of boys exhibiting same.) $2.00 doz Photos made of boys together Buford Montgomery. Rally. while at the 32 53 Egg Race. Girls 14 and Under. $1.00 Dr. Hndman. Jeffries Hardware Store. 15 Best h doz Irish potatoes. Good Knife Reed & Miller. 16 Best glass of Apple Jelly, made by any school girl Bar Pin, value $2.00. Paull Drug Co. Highest number of points won by any Educatioal Two Schools in CoAmerican Flag. Division, (Flag to go to the school of that division lumbia. winning the greatest number of points). 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. 2 8 The regular rules governing all athletic events will be used on this occasion. The first winner in each event counts three points, the second two and the third one, in deciding has which Edmcational Division and won the greatest number of points; though no second and third prizes are offered, sub-distri- The 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. Let teachers from each district report the number of students and patrons present from their and the number of miles from school house to Columbia, by 9:30 Friday morning of the rally, at the County Superintendents office. We urge the rural teachers to be exact in reporting the mileage and number present from their Only school pupils are wanted in the line of march. sub-district, sub-distri- cash box is above the mark. In homes wherein true love is found the wolf may howl to his heart's content, but cupid laughs at the uproar and never J seeks safety in flight, even though the window be wide open, for right is always in the major-it- y and true love is always strongScales for the weight of year er than evil, and is ever the victor at the finish. Buttons for a coat of paint. Vateflnapy Suvgeon and Dentist The cynic, who views life A rung for the ladder of fame. ears experience. Special attention through a barred window, has Reins for a bridal sriv.n to Surgical and Dental work. tour. Office at residence near Graded School too narrow a view to judge A medicine to keep the ink building. PHONE NO. 7K things correctly and estimate well. them at their actual value To know what makes theweaih Kentucky Fair Dates. Therefore he cannot realize the er vane and the roads cross. meaning of true love, and when The following are the dates A key for a lock of hair. Ex. he does speak of love it is of fixed for holding the Kentucky fawning imitation that is so deBanishes Pimples. Fairs for' 1914. as far as reported. void of real affection that it is a Bad Blood, Pimples, Headaches, BilOfficers of fairs are requested to mystery how it can deceive any- iousness, Torpid Liver, Constipation, The Government Will Not carry Papers in thr Mai for Parties who Owe More than one Year e Po-Do-L- ax one. Wnen one loves a person one is ready and willing to sacrifice 9 ct No admission will be charged for entrance to the Fair grounds or to the addresses of the day or evening. Everything is free. 10 1 1 The Fair Association has given all stand privileges schools. to the two Columbia to 1 2 The judges for the various events are be select- ed 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. 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 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 the colums of the News. vertising the one's life that the object of this love might profit by such an act. True love transforms everything, and such a thing as sorrow can never exist where true love is the dominant power. People should not call a profession of love that is born of a covetous nature true love, but give true love its real name when it is conceived in its natural form Ex. Mother of Eighteen Children. etc., come from Indigestion. Take report to usjany omissions or corthe pleasant and absolutely sure Laxative, and you won't suffer rections of dates: from a deranged Ltomach or other Horse Cave, Sept. days. troubles. It will tone up the Liver Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, and purify the blood. Use it regufar-y- l Sept 29- -5 days. and you will stay well, have clear coraplexion and steady nerves Get a Glasgow, Sept. days. 50c bottle Money back if uot satisfied. At Paull Drug Co Ad x, 234 304 to-da- y. Slaughter of the Innocence. healthy hogs and cows even better is it to have sound and healthy children to grow up into robust, It give? one a shock to learn virile men and women. Atjeast that in this country of our3 there that is how it strikes people who died last year 300,000 children put true manhood and womanunder one year of age, and the hood in the front place. shock is made the more painful when he further learns that at Caught a Bad Cold. We urge that avery Dates and Places of Division Rallies Fisrt Division Mt. Pleasant, 3rd Friday in Oct. Second Division Anlioch, 2nd Friday in Oct. Third Division Zion, st Friday in Oct. Fourth Division Little Cake, Last Friday in Sept. 1 Train children to march in line and pay strict tention to orders. at- PUBLIC SPEAKING: LooR Yourself m the Face. We hope to have with us on this occasion some of the States greatest Educators, who will make addresses. of the number "I am the mother of eighteen chil- least one-ha- lf dren and have the praise of doing would have lived but for the igmore work than any young woman n norance of the parents, and unmy town' writes wrs. C. J. Martin, Evidently Booue Mill, Ya. "I sulfered for five sanitary conditions. years with stomach trouble and could there is'great need of enligten-men- t not eat as much as a biscuit without suffering. I have taken thre8 bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and am now a well woman and weigh 16S pounds. I can eat any thing I want to, and as much as I want and feel better than I have at any time in ten years. I refer to any one in Boone Mill or vicinity and they will vouch for what I say." Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad Wanted. "Last winter rav sou caught a very bad cold and the way he coughed was and of instructms and a consideration for others in the presence of a child gives it I its first lesson in unruliness and was more urgently required. will be the puts a sharp edge to an awakenThe youth of y of death sweeping The reaoer and as we ing temper. It is natural for Europe brings to our mindjmenof over will they be the infant to copy the example thought worthy of more than train them now so a of the parent. then. consideration. casual We expect much from the The burden rests heavily upon Let us look ourselves in the face, teacher, let us give equally of us. and think think for the benefit We expect the teacher in the our own store of patience and of humanity, for the weal of posschool to transform our child in- consideration. terity. to a man of learning and honor Infancy demands kindness, all' parts of the country In and integrity, but do we stop to gentleness and sympathy not schools are opening for the fall consider that more depends upon the austere aloofness of age, or and winter terms, and much of the parent than upon the ed- the coldness of indifference. the future will depend upon the ucator? A child is susceptible to train training of the youth of The one cannot succeed with-o- ing, but when it reaches man's history was there Never in our of the other, estate opportunity has passed it the more impera' time when it was but the two working earnestly by- hasty passions and ative that and jointly will accomplish wonShall we heed the lessons of a temperaments be yin die tiye derful results. world calamity and face the duty eradicated. curbed and We should think before speak- - that confronts us? Never was there a time when ing. Shall we look ourselves in the ihe inculcation of brotherly love Harsh words and family jars face? Big Stone Gap Va Post. to-daw, A sheet for the bed of a river. A ring for the finger of a scorn. A glove for the hand of fate. to-da- y. ut A boot for the foot of a tain. moun- A sleeve for the arm of the law. A set of teeth for the mouth of a river. A lock for the trunk of an el- ephant. A feather for the wings of the wind. " gene. But it is not the excessive infant mortality that alone' distress es one. To it must be added the further fact that multitudes of children are born into the "Aa-llame or otherwise defective mentally and physically, and that the majority of such children are raised amidst surroundings and under conditions that prevent or retard recovery. Our national and state governments spend large amounts every year to prevent or cure diseases among hogs, cattle and sheep, and that is well, but more money spent and more efforts made to prevent disease and infirmaties among children are of even greater importance. The one can be done without the neglecting the other. Good as it is to have sound, d something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sarah E Duncan, of Tipton Iowa. "We thought sure he was going into consumption We bought just one bottle of Chamberlains Cough Kemedy and in hy- - that one bottle stopped his cough and cured his cold completely." For sale Ad by Paull Drug Co. completion of the line from Denver to San Francisco there is now a continuous With the commercial telephone line stretch ing across the continent from New York to the Pacific coast. Residents of 90 counties in Missouri recently "took a day off Y and donated their services to the improvement of the state's highways. It has been estimated that the work of the 150.000 volunteers has improved the roads of the state to the extent of $1,000,000. i Despondency Is often caused by indigestion and constipation, and quickly disappears when Chamberlain's Tablets arafca-ke- n. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad .... V 2' , fc Jem j sat -.- . ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FREE T(g FREE PROGAM e - on hand to last about two months Soon it is expected that everybody will be wearing white hose on all occasions and the old FOR THE CHILDREN For a Washington Party. There are so many lovely things ts use as decorations and souvenirs that It Is a pleasure to give a Washington birthday party. Games for the occasion are numerous. The "historical game" is lots of fun. Arrange some of vance by pictures or articles some o the Revolutionary events. For instance, a few carpet tacks on a package of tea would represent "tax or tea." A tea table arranged with cups of tea and a sign, "This Tea Came From Boston." would stand for "the Boston tea party." A picture of Washington's head cnt In quarters and pasted on paper would be "Washington's headquarters." A card bearing a picture of a soldier's bunk, a letter "R" and "H" lyin$ In bed ill would stand for Bunker hill. Your imagination can help you worli out many events of the Revolutionary times, and for the one guessing the most covrect answers you give a toy cherry tree bos filled with candy. Another good game is to give in order the dates of the battles fought in Washington's time. The prize for the best answers can be a toy hatchet. At the table make each sing a patriotic song, awarding a flag as souvenir tc the best singer. Candy cherries hidden about the room create lots of fun. The object is to hunt for them and gather them in. The one who finds thH most wins t. prize. Ji.meZZ-' v- sfe-- 9 Z- a black stand-b- y will be given a tempory release. The progrom of the meeting of the Christian Church in Adair County to be held at Shiloh Church, beginning on Friday night before the first Sunday in October 1914. Co-operati- on Spectacles. Six hundred years ago somebody invented FRIDAY NIGHT Song and devotional service. Address by the President F. J. Barger. The Results of diccussion. Appointment of Committees. SATURDAY MORNING 9:00 Song and Devotional Service. 9:20 Our Obligations to the Widows and Orphans Z. T. Williams and Luther Young. 9:40 Country Church and its Problems W. B. Taylor. 10:00 Woman as a in the Gospel Mrs. Z. T. Williams 11 20 Appointment of Committees. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:30 Song and Devotional Service. 1:50 Reports of Churches and Bible Schools. 2:00 Report of Committees. 2:20 The Bible School as a Training School for Church Members W. L. Smith and Leslie Bottoms. 2:40 Address by State Worker. 3:20 The BibleJSchool as a Factor in Missions Tobias 7:00 7:20 7:50 8:20 Sin-Gen- Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes personal reminiscences of Baron de Meneval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and interesting side lights on the character of that greatest of leaders. De Me'neval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy publicly recommends them. 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THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY Chicago: Cincinnati. Factories: D.r...rr ..... iinv yn iirmr vim other rod of fence. lQ& come in and ret our special prices on II k 11 l.-.- -. -- . Ion cnirr futftticv fencing spectacles. The age of glass to aid the sight of defective eyes, however, is much older. Nero looked through concave glass in watching the gladiatorial games, and many other historical men of his day were dependent upon similar devices for lengthening their sight. Till the latter part of the thir- teenth century only the single glass was in use. In the Fourteenth century spectacles were used quite frequently by the very wealthy and high-boralthough 3:50 The Election of Officers and other business. they were still so scarce that SATURDAY NIGHT. Washington's Maxims. they were bequeathed in wills 7:00 Song and Devotional Service. Here are a few rules which were with all the elaborate care that lived up to by George Washington: 7:20 Query Box Opened. "Labor to keep alive in your breast 7:40 Address bylState Worker. marked the disposition of a feu- that little spark of celestial fire 8:20 Obligation of the Church to the Temperance Cause Todal fistate. The first spectacles "A good character is the first essco-tiabias Huffaker. in man." were made in Italy. SUNDAY MORNING "Speak not ill of the absent It Ir 9:00 Bible SchoolIConducted by State Worker. Somewhat later the manufac- anjnst" "To persevere is one's duty, and ts 10:30 Communion Service. ture of cheaper glasses sprang be silent is the best answer to cal11:00 Sermon. umny." up in Holland, and it spread late Dinner served at church on Saturday. "Commerce and industry are bea century to mines of a nation." in the Fourteenth "Associate with men of good quality Hour Dancing Club is the most Germany. N u r e m b erg and if you esteem your own reputation." top NoseBleed. ToHS "It is better to be alone than In ba2 social organization in Rathenow acquired fame for company." "I never wish to promise more than Here isjan easy way to stop our town. Mrs. Watts says she their glasses between 1490 and I have a moral certainty of perform Ing." which, if followed was insulted seven times at one 1500. Washington's Accusy. carefully, jis said to cure the most of its parties. For many years glasses were All schoolboys know something o "He is the type of fellow," used only as a means of aiding Washington's adventures as a surveyor persistent case. when he measured the great estates of There are two little arteries said Eph Wiley yesterday in dis- bad eyes, until the fashion of Lord Fairfax, but perhaps few art. painstaking aware of "who be- wearing them sprang up in Spain. with which the did his work.accuracj which supply the whole face cussing his he Maitf lieves the home team was per- It spread rapidly to the rest of years afterward it was found iSai the with blood, one on each side; surveys made by Washington when a these branch off from the main mitted to win Saturday's game the continent, and brought about youth were the only Ian? measurements of that part of the country in arteries on each side of the wind in order to draw a crowd to Sun- the transformation of the old colonial days that could be depended upon. Even after his Thirteenth century spectacles in- ton's surveys passeddeath Washing pipe, and running upward to- day's contest.' unquestioned eventually in- among lawyers. and Most of the "complimentaries" to wards the eyes.pass over the Washington's Birthday. outside oflsthe jawbone, about go to those who could afford to to the monocle. eral Co-laborer n, callefi-conscience.- " l up-to-da- te nose-blee- d, son-in-la- w, eye-glass- es SQUARE DEAL FENCE Miitiifjttsfjtflfiii i::;5 ttli.'eeanH.ift.Mftn4i riaiaaaaaaaaiaa'BaiiB i3i3ASiili of the way back from pry for tickets. the chin to the angle of the jaw, Some men achieve reputations under the ear. Now, suppose as fighters through exhibition of your nose bleeds by the right courage and others by wearing two-third- s - Maxims for Business Men We often hear the expression WE BUY IT DIRECT from the mill that makes both the wire and the fence. You can't buy any fence more di- rectandyou can't beat Square Deal prices when you compare materials, weight and size. HENRY W. DEPP, DKN'TIST Will be permanently located in Columbia, after August 15. All Classes ' of Dental work done. Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a Specially. All See the Square Deal Lock the knot with "a grip that will not slip." Notice there are no brittle welds to snap, no cumbersome knots to hold moisture and gather rust. See the wavy strand wires that spring Square Deal Fence back into nlace after sud- e den heavy strains; see the siay wires mat prevent, sagging, a j 0,: reouire fewer fenrp posts, saving money, time and labor. one-piecCT Work Ouarjiilwd. Office over Al. C Winfry'. Cirocr.ry j ! Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer I - he Adair County News and r. 8. Hutchison, Columbia. Ky. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer BothOne Year For Only Subscription mav be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is issued every Thursday, subscription price f 1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAIIY ENQUIRER for "btatninir the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. 1 1 carries a carries a cr.at omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. "This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to It is tured vessels in the nose will probably by that time contract, so that when you let the blood The fonder a woman is of her into them they will not bleed. clothes the fewnr of them 'she Bleeding from a cut or wound anywhere about the face may be wears. stopped in the same way. A report from the Austro-Ital-iafrontier from Rome says that Pertinent Philosphy. 300,000 Austrian troops are watching the Italian border. ByfJay EJ. House. n r The next time vou come to town, call in If and let' show you Square Deal Fence, and getc ir : t.u: re Div.1 pnees. Made by eystoae bteel A:vire Co..Peoria.Ill.f ID the end of the a heavy mustache. feel along the The rule that children over five outer edge of the right jaw years of age must pay half fare until you feel the beating of the is responsible for a good deal of artery directly under your fin- the lying. ger, the same as the pulse in If there is no foundation for your wrist; then press the finit, a man doesn't mind the fact ger hard upon it, thus getting that his wife is jealous. little fellow in a tight place the A poor man's favorite load is between'Cyour finger and the a large family of children. jawbone. A man pays the debts he owes The result will be that not a to his town when he conducts a drop'of blood goes into that side legitimate business honestly and of the face while the pressure efficiently, Louisville Times. continues;! herce the nose instantly stops bleeding for want We'll Have to Wear White of blood to flow, and the rupSox. nostril. With forefinger failed in business because "he bit off more than he could chew;'' in other words, took on a bigger job than he could manage. In the opinion, however, of Herbert Casson, who has been speaking on behalf of the convention of business that so-and-- so Washington's birth is recorded lathe family Whle us having takes place on "ye 11th day of February. 1732." This. was before the adoption of the modern calendar by England, and this day was observed by Washington as his oirthday until his twentieth year. The first known public celebration of Washington's birthday was on Feb. 11. 17S4. The old style date was still adhered to. Thi3 wae during the lifetime of the first presi4 dent and completed his year. 6fty-seeon- men which was held at Toronto, Can. , recently, an excellent maxim for the business man to bear in mind is, "Bite off more than you can chew and chew Mother Carey's Chickens. Above Is the name given by sailora to the stormy petrel, a small sea bird, the appearance of which is an unfailing sign of rough weather. The expression Mother Carey is said to be a corruption of mater uira, deat mother, a phrase used by Italian sail' ors in speaking of the mother of Christ, patroness of seafaring men, ft? Indicate their thankfulness to her fot sending these, lier chickens, to warn them of bad weather. t i j up-to-d- The Adair 'County News, Columbia, Ky. President Wilson is working on a gigantic plan for world pe'ace, which will be suggested at the proper time in the present conflict, according to the belief of those close to the Chief wear white stockings. because he has not the brains to Aniline, the chemical base of sell his goods. Germany. all dyes, comes from The development of the motor It is said that there is no aniline industry is due to the skill of the produced in this country. Mansalesmen who were selling cars ufacturers of dyed goods have for seven years before the man practically exhausted the supply You? probably had noticed that ufacturers knew how to make in this country. most brides expect to be supportthem. All drug stores are being visWe have ed in a style to which they have Sell good goods. ited by agents for the purpose of found out that it doesn't pay to not been accustomed. buying up the entire supply and, cheat. We have found that the Mrs. Tug Watts says the Idle stated that there is sufficient dye Golden Rule brings in gold. 4 oyster is a fish built like a nut. A Boy's Witty Remark. cease within a few weeks and A teacher said to a boy considered The right place to cut, prices dull In mathematics: "You should be there seems little prospects that is in the factory. The man who ashamed of yourself. Why, at your ago George Washington was a surwill, every hody will have to it cuts prices in the shop does so veyor." "Yes, sir," was the response, "and at your age he was president of the TJnlt-?- d If the European war does not Washington's Youth. Washington's proudest youthful posAmong other maxims which sessions were a pony and a whip top He was taught to ride the pony by he gave are the following: Uncle Ben. one of his father's slaves, everything. You and on this humble animal he acquired System is not that seat on the saddle that carriet him through the dangers of two wars. can go to the bad systemically. The whip top probably wa3 a toy im An advertising man is a saver portt-- from England. Even in the mother country toys were few aniJ built like a spender, just as an crude in those days. d it." States." The Oldest Flower. The rose Is the oldest flower of which there is any record. So greaf is the antiquity of the rose that al acconnt of its origin has been lost In Egypt the rose is depicted on n immher of monuments believed to date, Vom 3.000 to 3.HOO B. C. Riddle and Answer. sit 59? ft o are Jlttle airy creatures, PCX of different voice and feartM. Ofie of us In glass is set. . -u ';e oim ivs r"i ... nna in jet i ntner you may see In tin And the fourth n box wlthla: & 4 i $ , If the fifth you should purtMf can never fry trow jroe krunrmr. The rmirtie It ir-- r (&., J) -- . j TH E" ADAIR'OXJKTY KE WET IfiU Thirty-thre- e days until, the GQUHH JEWS the stars and stripes should be , unfurled beyond tbe Rio Grand if November election. Let every intervention be foroed on us. Democrat in the county make up Published Every Wednesday his mind to be at the polls. - BY THE -The last month before the Atfalr County News Company. It was Democratic day at Somelection is about starting, and ( Incorporated-we again warn the Democrats of erset Monday. Former Governor J. C. W. Beckham, opened EDITOR. Adair and adjoining counties not HAS. S. HARRIS to become too sanguine and lose his campaign for United States Dtaaocratlc newspaper devoted to the inthe various races. Senator. Other prominent Demterest of the City of Columbia and tbe people interest in Adair and adjacent bounties. Apathy upon the part of friends ocrats were present and spoke of often loses an election. It is the including Senator James. At 5 as Entered xt the Columbia class mall matter. party that works all the time many other points in the State Crop. Subscription price $1.00 per year. like it had strong opposition that speeches were made by prommost generally wins at the polls. inent party men. For Wheat Drills WED. SEPT. 30, 1914 When candidates' and their Gradyville. and Fertilizers friends fight from the rising of the sun to the setting thereof, Examine your old Drills now, and let us know.what repairs you they are invariably successful on Uncle Charlie Yates has been need, thereby saving Express or Postage. the day ofgthe election. In vot- on the sick list for a week or ing for Gov.SSBeckham, Senator more with a complication of r jJ Camden andJCongressman Helm troubles. you vote to indorse the adminisWe have had several days of DEMOCRATIC! TICKET. tration ofWoodrow Wilson, the very cool weather. It looks very greatestSPresident that was ever much like frost. F For U. S. Senator Long Term inaugurated, thejman who is in Mr. Joel 0. Moore, of Weed, HON J. C. W. BECKHAM, favor of peace, and who has passed through here Friday en of Franklin County. done and is doing now every- route for Columbia. thing in hispower to keep the For U. S. Senator Short Term UnitedJ"StatesLon good terms Mr. Charles Sparks, daughter attending Conference in Louis4 and son are visiting relatives at ville this week. HON. J. N. CAMDEN, withjall nations of the world, a Died, on the 24th, with ty- i of WoodfordJCounty. man whose administration is Horse Cave this week. C. S. Bell, in meeting the requirements of this Gilford Hamilton, of the Nell phoid fever, Mr. For Congress year. He was a country's needs; the man who community, bought last week his fifty first HON. HARVEY HELM, from J. H. Smith a nice bunch man who had a great many County. has said to themoney kings, you , of Lincoln sheep. Price not known.friends. His remains were in- can start a financial panic in of He leaves For Judge Court of Appeals New York.abut you can not in Quite a number of our citizens terred at Edmonton. and a great many rel-a- t HONJROLLIN HURT, the country thatjhe would see from this place attended court a wife Thai's exactly what tou get in our Big Woolly Blankets ( Extra of Adair County. atives and friends to weep over Size 74 x 88 ) Weigh nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere Columbia last week: that the banks out in the States lor 85 00 a pair, and if you are not satbfled, just send , , ,. his denarture. The best of all rt Tt them back to us ru j ir WpUl u V1JW fti iirifia-iiuru VH. IAW1. were furnished with sufficient W "WIU and we will refund your money at once together with return mail canfnotjbe a doubt con- money to meet local demands. Sam's men, is here on a few as we are reliably informed, that There charges and you are not out a cent. he left satisfactory evidence that cerning the effortfonjthe part of He stands for the country, and days visit. Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid subject to your approval. fully prepared for the this government tokeep out of wants to seei her fgrow in agri- - Mr. S. A. Harper continues in he was Extra quality Yarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in great beyond when the end came, war and to securefpeace for oth- culture, manufacture and in all a Very critical condition. lots of 5 lbs or more. Ioti1 moo rnilw Tooirinor rn w...-- auu ,woo viujr - T,tin..& v slinlfp ers through diptomatic channels, other industries at as little exExtra All Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per jd prepaid,. Cotton Mrs. Millie Hill, our milliner, . fr, ulwnj nrioo f Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 28c t.wiiipri ??. ctm and so far it has succeeded in pense as possible to the returi)ed from Louisville the first Jeans pants in Regular sizes S2 25 a pair. Just what jou need this WnM $ winter. Give us your order now, donfc . "au JS" " ucj.i. avoiding serious trouble. "But CIO vi. mc notinn U7o Vioqi. nnlv . . o v,xj 0j tne weei:t wait, later we will be over-x- n ncui. ., w Eld. Z. T. Williams, of Columrun and will cause some delay. the war spirit .throughout the praise of his administration from Quite a number of mule colts bia, called in to see us last Satworld is nowjaroused and more all lovers of good government, Farmers Woolen Mills, $ have changed hands in, this com- urday while en route for L. BEECE, M$r. than likely this government can and there is scarcely a doubt but munity in the last weeK, at Point. Greasy Creek. Landing. Metcalfe Co., where not play the roll of the Good Sa- he will succeed himself as Presiprices from $40 to $60 each. he will be in a revival services 3 maritan much longer. There dent of the United States. The Dudgeon Stove Co., of for ten days or two weeks with seems to be no end to Mexico's Cane Valley, supplied our mer- the pastor of the Christian troubles, and every movement No greater compliment was officiating. May they have a Several from this place attendpoints to a S counter rebellion ever paid a local candidate than chants, last week, with a full church. We are always glad to long and happy life. ed Circuit Court at Columbia have Bro. Williams and his good against the Caranza government the one received by Judge Rollin line of stoves and pipes. Mr. Azro Hadley, who teaches last week. Mr. Alfred Parsons has had a wife in our home and we always on the part ofGen. Villa and his Hurt from the Democrats of in the Melson Ridge district near Sore throat is very prevalent followers. Should such a war Adair county, where he was born well with an uhexhaustible feel better after having them here, opened a moonlight school in this section at this time. Many iopen up it is likely that our gov and reared, and where he has amount of water, drilled on his with us. last week, but had to close it on childrden have been so bad that ernment would be compelled to actively engaged in the practice farm at Portland recently. account of the rainy weather. it wa3 thought Inroad. at first that they intervene. Should such a step of law for more than thirty years. Ward Bennett, of the East Mr. Hadley is one of our best had diphtheria. be taken it would mean fight and As a candidate, for the nomina- Fork section, was in our place young men, an excellent teach The little son of Mr. and Mrs. and fight to the finish. In the tion for Appellate Judge out of last Friday and reports fine toJ. J. England, the Morgan, is very sick at er, and will do his best to wipe has just completed meantime evidence exists that thirteen hundred Democratic bacco crops in his section and Arthur a well at Inilliteracy out of his district. this time. Japan wants to measure arms votes cast in Adair county, he the most of it cut. dependence school house and is Miss Venia Turner, who has meeting which The protracted with the United States, and it is lost twenty-eighnow drilling for E. J. Rosson. When you We understand that the Adair been sick so long, is improving the opinion ofijpnany well in- take into consideration that Judge County Spoke Co., will be ready was held at Hopewell church A. D. Stotts and family are slowly. last week by Bros. Goodin and formed on the situation, that we Hurt hasibeen, some years ago, visiting relatives at Amandaville in about two weeks to receive Dart, closed with 4 professions The Republican school is are approaching trouble with County Attorney, making it his spokes at this place again. This nicely under the man- this week. that country, not because of real duty to prosecute, and since the will be a great help to our peo- and 3 additions to the church. The singing at Independence agement of Prof. G. V. harm done Japan, but of racial close of his term for that office, ple. Most of the farmers are busy last Sunday was largely attended .feeling manifested in the Califor- has been on one side of every this week, trying to save their Dirigo. John Cook and Geo. Whitlock, There will be a singing there nia Alien land laws, and the de- important case tried in Adair, fodder. of Louisville, again the third Sunday in next sire of Japan to more firmly es- is it not remarkable that he did commercial men Misses Lizzie and Lilia Morgan Sorghum making is the order month. week and tablish her claim as one of the not incense more of his fellow-men- ? were in our midst last Glen-villof the day. reported their sales very good. visited their sister near William Hobson,CampbeIlsville great powers. Come what may, Is it not an evidence that last Saturday and Sunday. Some of our farmers have did We understand that Willie business .here last Wednesbe the cost heavy as this country he, does clean work, having the Mrs. been pulling fodder and cutting day. Mrs. Alhe Melson and is able to bear, Japan had better full confidence of his fellow citi- Jones has one of the finest crops corn, while others are preparing live within the bounds of peace zens? We want to see Adair of burley tobacco that was ever Clara Grant visited at Mrs. Ed ground for wheat. It now looks Rugby, with Uncle Sam, for Americans county at the coming election grown in this section of the Melson's, last Wednesday. like there will be,a larger wheat would rise in full power to smite cast more votes for him than was country. Will say come and see Our Sunday School at Hope- crop pitched this year than for the "Yellow peril, v On the ever recorded for any one man. for yourself and then you will well, is progressing nicely under Several from this place attendmany years, be convinced. management of Mr. Ernest Mexico the feeling is part of the ed court at Columbia last Matthew Wooten has removed quite of a different character, We are very sorry to state Hadley. Monday. If the people of the third Apto the McClister property rebut if war can not be avoided, if pellate district want a judge who that W. B. Hill, the Stock Food Little William Bloyd visited The writer sold a fine mare our country is forced to settle is as well qualified for a seat on man, is very sick at Bowling his cousins. Kate and Bernal cently purchased. Mose Wooten will also remove his store to mule colt to Tom Fudge for $66. the trouble, we believe it should the Appellate bench as any man Green, with typhoid fever at Jackman, one day last week. the McClister store building. be done on a business basis as in the district, and one whose this time. The drummers have been thick Miss Altie Morgan visited near R. L. Campbell, who has been around Rugby this week. demanded by Mr. Watterson un- character is as 'spotless as any J. A. Diddle and his son, Chas. Glenville, one day last week. confined to his room for two der his position "On to man who ever wore the ermine, are spending a few days on their Mr. J. M. Shives is laid up Republican school children weeks with blood poisoning, is The ' ' This country has evidentvote for Rollin Hurt. Edmonton farm in Logan county this week. are practicing for the Rally Day still unable to leave his room al- with a carbuncle on his leg this ly reached the limit of forbear- News. Mr. Felix Simmons, of Ozark at Columbia, Oct., 30, 1914. though he is much better than week. ance, exhausted its peace balm in section, spent a few days with There is being made more sorMiss Annie Bloyd spent last he was at last week's writing, trying to make two curs love you believe in the adminis- his children here last week. If Sunday with Miss Gladys BledThere was a spelling bee at ghum around here than ever beeach other, to guard safely the tration of Woodrow Wilson, the Mr. Robert O. Keltner bought soe. Bird school-hous- e and also one fore. People are making from bone over which they have been greatest President this country fighting, so if it must enter the has ever had, work in the Inter- last week a very fine colt from Mr. Clarence Strange and Miss at Greenbriar last Friday night. 75 to 150 gallons each. fight we believe it should take est of the 'Democratic candidates Henry Harris, of Milltown, for Viola Gutherie were united by Mrs. John Hamilton, EdmonPeople wili soon be done sav$60.00. the holy bonds of matrimony on ton, is visiting relatives at this ing fodder, cutting tobacco and charge of the herd. "On to Pan-jam- for office and vote for them at C. O. Moss, wife, and son are August the 26th, Rev. Gooding place. ' sowing wheat. is the slogan under which the November election. ADAIR 9Q"Q"fr4'"Q4Q"Qr &&.$ ) The Armies of Europe Mobilizing for War The Farmers Adair County should be mo bilizing for a Big Wheat 4 4 Post-offi- ce sec-o- 4 4 See Us The Jeffries Hardware Store. Q"Q"6"Q"Q"0"6"Q"fr&"Q $$f Pure 4444$44$$to Wool $$$M$ - I WJ AkfcJ, i ! i - j i tax-pay- -1 xx ,, -- w , t, Sum-mershad- e, SE. (XXX $$$ pro-grvssing well-drille- r, t. e, Pan-.am- a. a" I ft ,! "J," s THE" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS s. like the ' "They toil not, filies, i -?S ? .. ' COLTJMDCA, ICENTUblCV. was neither do they spin. Will Practice in alUthe Courts. Mr. John W. Sublett, who Mr. and Mrs Owsley Ritchey, of 0Jtice:-- ln Rollin Hurt's Office. We are indeed glad to know Barkesville, visited Mr. and Mrs Johu in Louisville several weeks, unLee Walker, last week. der treatment, is now at home. that M,r. John B. Wheat is again Misses Bessie Quinn and NanMr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller were' in He has notlfiilly recovered, but able to'be out. -- 0 cy. Bottom visited Miss Flossie Louisville last week it is generally believed that he Mr." Ben Allen, our new merUntil' further notice, we will pay the Following prices for SPLIT HICK-- . Arnold one night last week. Mrs, J. T. Mercer and Mrs. Nellie will be able to be at his place of chant at this place, is doing a ConPatterson, of Milltown, attended Misses Annie Bowen and Syre-n- a ORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair Co., Ky. ference at Louisville last week. business in a very short time. prosperous business. Gooden visited Mrs. C. M. Dr. O. P. Miller will attend the He is greatly missed from the We are sorry to learn of the Split Hickory Spokes in. Long. Bault last Saturday and Sunday. Louisville University this fall and busy walks of life, as he is one death of Mr. Emit Louis, which winter and left Saturday for the Price Per M. Pieces school. He has had two years at of our foremost and most influ- occurred at his home, in Albany, Gadberry, Knoxville. ential citizens. Miss Madaline Ky., on the 18th. His wife was On Heart Depth Length D C A&B Mr. J. R Sims, who represents the Bridgewater, who was in Louis- formerly l 1m x 26 in Miss Mallie Murray, of $12.00 in 6.00 $ 6.00 Farmera are busy cutting corn Lebanon Marbel Works, was in Coin 2 in x in on the same mission, has Sewellton, this county. 30 ville 15.00 8.00 If 6.00 lumbia last Thursday. and breaking wheat ground. in 2 in x 26 in 14.00 7.00 and If 5.00 Mr E. T. Yates was here from returned, greatly improve, Mr. S. B. Collins now has one Mr. Tommy Samuels has re 2J in 2 in x 30 in 30.00 15.00 10.00 Bridge-wate- r, will soon be well. 'Allen Brad.fordsville a few days ago. saw mill in operation a few miles 2 in 2 in" x 26 in 25.00 12.00 8.00 who is a son of Wilson south of Russell Spring, and an-- , moved to Glenville. Mr. "John A. Hobson and Mr. J. F. All Spokes' must be' split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Mr. Summers, of Columbia, Pendleton, Greensburg, were here a Bridgewater, went from this Hickory. Spokes' that are bjash, also containing defects such as worm holes, knots, other on Pumpkin creek, near few days ago. place to the city for treatment. Cumberland river. So you see hen was in this 4 neighborhood one bird pecks, wind shakes, sun. checks, short crooks will be classed as culls. Mrs. fLucy Follis has gone to fday last week buying cattle All spokes too small for 1 x to remain several months He, too, has regained his health still likes saw mills. x 26 in. long will be classed at the price of God for another Holi- "C" grade of this size or qulled. daughter, who is teaching at with her Thank The finest corn crop known in Mr. Sam Aaron, and son, Tom, that place. the history of the Cane Valley made a flying trip to Louisville, ness meeting near here. Rev Split 2nd, Growth W. Oak Spokes 30 in. Long. Mr. W. B. ilarn, of Burnside, was J. W. Norris and wife being the section, is now being cut and one day here the latter part of last week. Price Per M. Pieces. last week, on Mr. Kim-bler- ,s preachers. They were from West On Heart shocked. There is also a bountiMr. G. W. Brockinan, Amandaville, Length Depth autbT They spent the night C A&B Fork. They had good crowds all 2 J in was here last Thursday. grass, cattle far- and ful crop of fall 3 in x 30 in $20.00 $12.00 returned. t the time. There was people to Mr. W. O. Loy, of Olga, Russell ing sumptously. 3 in x 30 in 40.00 20.00 3Jin There were 17 persons baptiz- -' hear them who had never heard county, was here last Thursday. The A and B Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of The Cane Valley base ball team ed on Sunday the 20th., as re- a holiness preacher. There were Prof. R. R. Moss attended the Louisor less sap timber in sizes 2x3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from ville Conference last Friday and Sat- met the Ozark agggregation last sults from the series of meetings all other defects, tough and heavy. urday. Saturday at this place and an in- just closed at Mt. Pleasant, by six professions and left us all The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than d sap timber, but feeling better and hoping to have Mr. S. W. Willis, of Winchester, teresting game was played, which both grades must be split from Second Growth White Oak, showing a good Revs. Montgomery and Capshaw. them back again sometime. was in Columbia last Friday. terminated in favor of the visit- Bro. Capshaw did some fine growth. Don't split Brash Timber into Spokes, as we can not use them. Spokes Mr. D. O. Thomas, of Paducah, ing being 12 to preaching to be so young. We team, the score that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short Amandaville. spent a day or two m this place the crooks will be classed as culls. 7. A large crowd witnessed the predict latter part of last week. for him a noble career. AH Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or ad- -' Mr. Owsley Durham was over from. contest. Corn cutting is the order of On the 9th and 10th inst., we dress, THE ADAIR SPOKE CO., Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville last Friday. Jas. Sublett sold a house and had the pleasure of attending the day. E. G. Wethington, Mgr. Mrs. Mary Susan Grider and two lot, on Mill street, a few days the 73rd annual sessions of the Rev. Robert Kirby is conduct-ing- a children, of Kansas City, Mo., are visFor the first few weeks we will receive spokes only four days in the week iting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cool-e- ago, to J. C. Bault for $250. He South Cumberland River Assoseries of meeting at Elliot's Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. at Absher. bought of J. W. Arnold twenty-tw- o ciation, of Missionary Baptist, school house. Mrs. A. P Miller, of Ontario, Calacres of land, known as the which was held with Pleasant Dr. Deering J. Roberts and ifornia, is visiting relatives in Columbia and in the vicinity of town. She Ben Todd farm, for $1,250. View church, Adair county. The daughter, Genie, of Nashville, is a cousin of Messrs. W. B. and R. F. Mr. Claude Pemberton and next session will be held with visited at this place last week. Rowe. Eld. Z. T. Williams, L. O. and Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon were liere Scotts Chapel church, Russell C Tnulnr Misses Sharp and Morgan visA startling statement biit a true one in this case. .Miss Jodelle Strange, of Bosworth, from Lebanon a few days ago. county. One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of Write forltrial package ited Mr3. W. F. Baker one day your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, of Bee Dee STOCK & Mo., who visited at the home of Mr. POULTRY MEDICINE, a re-- 1 Henry Jackson, who was in what they do for your animals and fowls, two also our 32 page, illustralast week. Jo Sandusky, started on her home-Knifley. stock or poultry tonic ted book, fully explaining pounds of any ready-maspected colored man of this place, ward journey, last Monday morning. (price 25 cents) . There you are I If you don't its uses. Address : Mr. Jim Jones, produce man Bee Dee Stock Medicine believe it, try it out Buy, today, a can of Hon. Lilburu Phelps, of the James- died one day last week. He was Company, of Burkesville, was here one day The health of this community Chattanooga, Tenn. town bar, andjMr. Press Sandidge, of fifty-thre- e STOCK & POULTRY year old. last week. the Burkesville bar, were here last is very good at this time. MEDICINE Saturday. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. Democrats of this precinct are Amandaville and Bakerton Changes feed into toaic Maie it At your dealer's. The farmers are busy preparMrs. Trabue Shearer and son were all in line and it is believed that V. H. 3 crossed bats last Saturday. The ing their land for wheat. There visiting at Gradyville Sunday. many more votes will be polled will be a large crop sown in this score stood 22 to 13 in favor of Mr. J. N. White left for Chicago the November election than Monday morning, to resume work in at Amandaville. The Saturday beneighborhood. A Good Business for Sale. Dem usual. Rollin Hurt, the the revenue service. Several from this community Corn is very good, but will be fore Bakerton and Renox crossed Miss Edna Lewis accompanied her ocratic candidate for Appellate court last week. cousin, Mr. Louie Goodman, to Glasas was re bats. The score stood 18 to 14 attended In order to engage in other business Judge, will poll an extra large worth more than $2.50 gow, to remain during the Barren in favor of Renox. Misses Myrtle Redmon and Al- we very much desire to sell our autoported in the News a few weeks county Fair. vote. Miss Lovia Glidewell, of Bak- ice Conover visited the Misses mobile line. We will sell the cars very ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCandless and low and they are worth all we will Tyler Firquin, Dennis Eubank, erton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Epperson Friday night, and at- ask for them. This is a good business Grady- their little son, Earl, visited at Dr. O. S. Dunbar and family, vjilfi and Edmonton the first of the Jas. Sublett, Dick Littrell, Jake tended the box supper at Rain- for some one that l'kes it, and we wul of Lebanon, came over last Sun- R. T. Baker. week. sell cheap. If interested call on us. Bault and R. B. Wilson repreSeveral from this place attend- fall Sept., 25, W. R. Myers & Son. 43 tf day in their auto. Mr. C. M. Durham and family visitsented Cane Valley at the State MonWe are sorry to know that Mr. Campbellsville, ed in Columbia, from Mr. A. C. Wheeler and wife ed court at Columbia last Fair. Local Market. last Sunday. J. H. Womack and family will spent from Thursday until Sun- day. S. P. Stapp left for Louisville Rev. There was more fruit canned Mr. and Mrs. E. Reno, of Law-so- n leave soon for Illinois to make it Monday morning. He enters the Bapday visiting in Taylor county. Valley than ever before at Cane tist Theological Seminary. Bottom, attended meeting their future home. Mr. Womack IS Eggs Miss Lena Dulworth, of Green Mr. J. B. Barbee came in fiom known in one year. Mr. Wyatt house last at Elliott's school sold his farm near here to Mr. 7? Campbellsville last Friday, and has Feese alone canned two thousand county, is visiting Mr. G. R. Hens ..,..- Tuesday night. been sick since his arrival. Harrison Stanton. .,; Sf Chickens cans of tomatoes. Quite a num Feese and family. Mr. R. L. Sloan, of Albany, Dr. J. C. Gose, and family, Knifley, The Sheriff has been moving ber of others canned by the hunS Cocks Mrs. Delia Brant, of Louisville, spent Sunday in Columbia. has just completed a cistern for some of the boys about this Qd Mr. Jo Carnes, of Sewellton. and dreds. Besides tomatoes, peach Turkeys ' wn0 has Deen visiting her par- Mr. W. E. Morgan. Mr. O. C. Kimhler, same place, came es and all other kinds of fruits court. Boys, if you will be good 3 Geese We are talking of building a ents near this place for the last down Saturday to see the game. were put up, hence this town is you wont have to run. $ place three weeks, left for Louisville Ducks Mr. V. Sullivan, wife and daughter in fine shape for the winter. The series of meetings con- Christian Church at this are spending a few days in Louisville. Wool spring clipping 23 already been Wedneeday morniug. ducted by Bros. Allen and Cap- soon. There has Mr. "W. S. Knight, Jamestown, was 12 . Hides (green) ftwensbv. here Monday shaw at Parnell Chapel closed $650 subscribed. Do Not Delay. 45 Feathers Miss Bernice Elliott was very Mr. L. C. Hindman and wife are in last Monday night with eleven 4 00 Louisville this week. Ginseng As it has been quite awhile additions and the church greatly ill last week. For a short time we will furnish Mr. C. S. Harris is on a visit to since our last contribution, so '2c Beeswax revived. The Adair County News one year, The Hardin county. Roy. 3 25 Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, one year, Yellow Root we come again as a reminder Most of the farmers have beMr. and Mrs. J. II. Young have reone and Fireside, Farm 3 Way Apple(per lb) that we are yet living in the land gun to cut their tobacco, and returned from a visit to Nashville. year, Boys' Magazine, monthly, one The pie supper at Conover year, Household Journal and Floral Misses Ethel Moss and Mary Ed- of the free and the home of the port the crop very good. "Tax Notice." school house was a success. Life, monthly, one year, for $1 75. wards, Campbellsville, spent a few brave. H. Ingram, of near CoMr. P. or hours in Columbia Monday There was a. large crowd and Call at athis office and subscribe and mail us check or money order This world is composed of ma- lumbia, was in our section on good order prevailed. The teachParties owing taxes due the town ol Mr. C. C. Breeding and family bade the entire, lot will come to you for Columbia for the year 1914 are re their juany Columbia friends adieu ny kinds of people, in fact it business one day last week. er was very well pleased with $1.75. quested to settle same at once, 6 pec last Friday morning and left for Lit- takes many different kinds to cent penalty will be added October Miss Luella Bault is spending the proceeds which will be used tle Rock, Ark, Mr. Breeding having Notice. 1st. All unpaid taxes on the above accepted a position with the Standard make a world, but there is one this week with her uncle, Mr. C. for the benefit of the school. named d?,te will be collected by dis--. We com- particular kind of whom we wish Oil Company, that city M. Bault. traint if necessary and just as speedily Little Miss Flossie Holladay. mend Mr. Breeding and his excellent 1 have at my farm near Picnic, Ky., as possibly can be by law. II you have speak. We shall therefore, wife and dutiful children to the peo- to Mrs. R. Tucker and Jennie who has had typhoid fever for a black male hog no marks that I have not paid same you'd better make ple of Little Rock, knowing that they for the sake of distinction, call Roley, visited Mr. about three weeks, is improving. taken up. Owner can get same by call- preparations to do so to save trouble will be valuable acquisitions to the them knockers or kickers. They Wolford, of ing at ray place and paying for keep- and cost. city. They will be greatly missed John Arnold one day last week. Master Genus Tucker, who had ing and this notice. W. B. Patteson, Collector, are not pleased with anything here. Ed Stotts. misfortune to get his arm Misses Myrtie Perkins and the Mr. C C. Holt, of Jamestown, was other people do and are always in Columbia a few days ago, en route finding fault. The people are Maude Thompson visited Miss broken not long ago, is about Read this Offer. Stailion for Sale. for Louisville, Indianapolis, and sevLillie Wheeler Saturday and Sun- well again. eral points in Illinois and Texas. plentiful, who could teach a betThe sale at Mr. Thomas PowThe Daily Evening post until Jan., Brilliant Peacock, Registered, No. "While in Jndianapolis he expected to ter school than those who teach, day. 4870, 15J hands high, Bay, right hind 1, 1915, Home and Farm uncil Jan., 1, Mr. guest of his brother-in-law- , be the Mr. W. L. Russell has sold his ell's, near White Oak, Sept., 19, preach a better sermon than foot white. Rides and drives well. 1915, a 16 page War Atlas, The Adair W. S. Taylor, who upon a memorable of Kentucky for a those who preach, who could run farm to Mr. J. H. Tucker and was well attended and every Sound in every particular. .A splendid County News, one year, all for $2. time was Governor week or two. Mr. Holt is well known a better business and publish a will move to the J. R. Wade thing sold well. Mr. Powell and breeder. For further information call Send in your subscription at once or call at the News office. The sooner address' in Columbia, where he did business A. A. Clayton, better paper. Yes, the woods are farm. Mr. Tucker paid Mr. family have gone to Missouri to ??r you subscribe, the longer you will refor the Singer Sewing Machine Com'" Creelsboro, Ky. ceive the bargain papers. live. pany for a year or two full of them, but they do noth- - Russell $3,000 for his farm. ' . Ji Personals. f & - j, - .. . '? .? ,.;.-- "ST-- .. - Cane Valley., -- ing but talk. of-the-fie-ld, They-ar- e W.T.'OTXLEY.. A.TTORNKV-A.T-UIW ATTENTION Farmers and Timbermenlf 30 Brad-fordsvill- e, - one-thir- d one-thir- . y, A 3 Equals 25 j 1 de 1 Dpp fkpA U Dw resslt-prodacia- g. i i ! Tc-da- y. I -,. .-.- , - Semi-monthl- y, ; 47-- 2t - - ! i . f t THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Perils of a Diver. A .War Without Cause or Object. UflDEf?Ta k;es. Deep sea divers have to be extremely careful both in going It would not be just to say that down and also in coming out of the civil and military powers of the water. The first sensation the great countries of Europe felt when the diver goes down have intentionally brought harm The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People . properties that strengthen tho stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm. Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular Interin that way not only mainvals tain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. a-n-d PNEUMONIA j 8 ! iv to SO feet or so below the surface is a singing in the ears. This is due to the drum of the ear being Btretched a little, and this is caused in turn by the fact that the air pressure on the outside has been increased, while that on the inside is kept normal for a few seconds longer by some slight obstruction in the Eustachian tube connecting the ear with the nose. Ordinarily a diver may descend quite quickly to the scene of his But he must be very work. careful how he comes up, and the longer he remains down the more time he takes in coming up. The reason is that all the time he is down his blood is absorbing air. The greater the depth the greater the pressure of the air, and the more of it he absorbs in a given time. His blood becomes aerated like soda water in a siphon. Reducing the pressure is equivalent to pressing the lever of the siphon. The air bubbles -- out. At 200 feet down a diver should not remain more than 12 minutes at one time, reckoned from the time he leaves the surface till he begins to ascend, and he should make six halts on his way up, his time for ascending being not less than half an hour. If for some pressing reason he should remain down at this depth for an hour, he should take not less than four hours to come up. When a diver is brought to the surface too quickly and is found to have collapsed, he should be instantly sent down again, cruel though it seems. An alternative is to shut him up in a big steel cylinder coutaining the under- to their people. But they are not fitted for their responsibilities. Modern humanity de5 mands appropriate public ideals in government policy and action. J. Jones. EuropeThe real enemies of the an millions are not the peace-lovin- g Daily farmers and industrial workers of neighbor countries, Courier but the false views and methods of their own governments and Year dominating classes. It had been hoped by statesmen, as well as humanitarians,that such chances Sunday for discussion as might be afforded by recurring peace conCourier ferences at The Hague would help to postpone the danger of a general war until means for ful Year ly averting it could be devised and agreed upon. But the situation for a number of years had Best Natioual News going steadily from bad to been '.4 State News until now the costly ar worse, U Local News maments that nations have built up with the supposed object of Market Reports protecting them in their hour of i Foreign News been brought into need, have Politicai News action for reasons that are indi(( of Everything rect rather than obvious, and for l for Everybody causes and purposes that no two men can state exactly alike, beAre you interested in what is cause they are not definite. From "The Progress of the taking place day by day all over World," in the American Re- he world ? If you are you NEED view of Reviews for September. THE COURIER-JOURNA- Age has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of reswithout sufficient exercise that brings with it tlwse disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this 'way, with accompanying symptoms I keep constantly on hands a nice line of belchinr, drowsiness after eatingr. and f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and headachesthere isgeneral lassitude. Frequently difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble Adies Robes, also a nice Hurse. ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable may be over Cumberland Grocers Co., remedy. First of all the advice not use given that elderly people should salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters Ky. Phone 52 A. or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men. Is a mild laxative tonic, one that is B. pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all theso requirements, and has in addition toxic Lo-ati- on left me with a f riehtf ul conch and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, out x was completely cured Dy DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 50c AND C. D. Crenshaw! W. B. Caldwell, 405 "Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. VETERINARY SURGEON Journal Birdseve view ot our Plant - $6.00 a jVkUI S X" J&F&mb r rzr- - Ofr'--' z- - Special Attnetin lo Fus Fi3tulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED Journal HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. ON BITCKSVILLE $2.00 a "ij Mr. ?X W." stj 'Jfr - ff f .4 zl 1 4HE!lu3v " " Joseph H. Stone, Attonev-At-Law V. I "Largest in Dixie" ? J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Will praclice m this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, - Kentucky Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, -- Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN Columns, I i Biiiers Hew? i'ia- - J "IwassulTerujn vnu : stomach, head ai jK, T. 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Before he gets her he figures that she is going to live on Love and Kisses. But after he gets her he is always kicking about the bills for Corned Beef and Cabbage. old-fashion- Capt. John Leale has returned to England after having established a remarkable record of 42 years seamanship in America. He retired, after 50 years' service, in May. He was a veteran skipper of the ferry service at San Francisco, Cal., and had traveled more than 1,000,000 miles on the waters of the Bay of San Francisco and the rivers that empty into it. Capt Leale, who ever valiantly defended the Union Jack Americans, has been a steamboatman at San Francisco since 1864, when he arrived there from Guernsey at 14 years of age. When he was 21 he was made captain, and has been a captain ever since. In all that time, though he had had millions in his care, he never lost a passenger, and never had a serious accident. It is the record of the bay. 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Yonr mnnev back if it fails to re lievo any ache in any rart ot the body in fifteen minutes time. jour subscriptions to xtruggtns, GOe. Jfrie iiripla andAt J.UMst oa rtquMi. frtfl drcnlir BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, it home. cheat. '47.2L 50 cents bushel. J N. Squires. Columbia, - Kentucky this office. ini.unaiui.l .mj.( ,. Mf THEIJADAIR COUNTY NEWS Dirigo. HUSBAND RESCUED WELL DRILLER i Evan Loy, Glensfork, passed Bruises, Sores, Wounds and Piles I will drill wells in Adair and through here Your scribe wa3 quite sick last quickly healed with Arnica Salve. one day last week It prevents infection, is antiseptic, adjoining counties. See me be- looking week. soothing, healing. Try it once. for cattle. Money Back If It Fails. fore contracting. Latest Tilden Wheeler, who has been The Original and Genuine. While in Columbia last Monmachinery of all kinds. day a team of mules he was driv- quite sick, is better. Dr. SimpFoar Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, After Pump Repairing Done. Give ing became frightened at an ap- son, while attending him, had and I gave up in despair. me a Gall. Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave proaching auto and ran away a runaway accident, which tore At last, my husband got me a bottle of Heals the Hurt Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comAll Druggists and Dealers, 25c YATES with Ace Pelston, of this place, np his buggy. menced taking it From the very first throwing him out of the wagon Mr. Evin Roberts is progressCame to Rescue. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I and bruising him up consider- ing nicely with his night school. somebody over there had said can now walk two miles without its ably. A few days ago, while return- something about him, but when Catron, Ky. la an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." Dr Roberts, Nashville, Tenn.. ing from Columbia, Jim Fudge's he got there they all denied it. If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock was here one day last week. mule ran off with him. writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try He Luke Mathewsla has decided Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped years, with womanly troubles, and during While working the road last jumped out, broke his arm and that if times gets much tighter I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 dis time, week R. L. Campbell accidental- it is also thrown out of place in with him he will have to close while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should ly scraped a small piece of skin two places. Dr. Simpson reduc- his big pants pockets that open all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has from one of his legs. Blood pois- ed the fracture and it is doing at the top and do all his finansold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. on has now set up and for the well. The mule scared at two ciering out of mVlef t hand vest The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recompast week he has been unable to boys running their horses by pocket. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. FOR 1913 Write to: Chwtanoosa Melldna Co.. Ladies Boon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooza. Tenn.. for Special walk. The leg is still no better him. Anyone that does that The Deputy Constable a nd book, Horns Instructions on your case nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapper. Cut, BRIGHTER, BETTER, at this writing, and is causing shouli be made to pay for it. Washington Hock have been him to suffer quite a lot. Herman Roach, who got one hanging around the moonshine BIGGER THAN EVER Mrs. Frances Rupe is quite sick. Cuts, Burns, DESPAIRING WIFE im-yrov- ed Bucklen's Arnica Salve J. C THE LOUISVILLI TIMES and(H-pac- e Columbus Allsop is on a trade up ern Siberia is the coldest section for two more dawgs, to take THE of the world. In that country the surplus fleas at his house. 90 degrees below zero were regI keep on hands a full stock of It is claimed that North East- THE REGULAR PRICE OF LOUISVILLE TIMES istered on Jan. 15th, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and An engagement may not be as two hearses. Prompt service night or Residence Phone 29, office good as marriage from some day 1885. coffins, IS YOU $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR If WiLL SEND 0RDU points of view, but it is a great ho le J8. 1 yr deal better from some others. Ad 45-- TO US, YOU CAN GET J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. Mrs. Lucy E. Campbell, of bone of his left leg broken some- stiilhouse on Musket Ridge for this place, who has been con- time back, is able to go about several days. fined to her room for the past the house on crutches. Stop That First Pall Cough. eight months with a complicaRheumatism Pains Stopped. Check your fall cough or cold at tion of diseases, died Thursday The first application of Sloan's Lin- once don't wait it may lead to trouble, weaken your vitality afternoon, September 17th. It iment goes right to the painful part--it and develop a chronic lung ailment. penetrates without rubbing it will be remembered that both Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's stops the Rheumatic Pains around the it is pure and harmMrs. Campbell and her husband, joints and gives relief and comfort. lessuse it freely for that fall cough It or cold. If Baby or Children are sick, G. G. Campbell, took sick about Don't suffer! Get a bottle se-rio- js Pine-Tar-Hon- ey to-da- y; to-da- y! THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS The Daily Louisville And The Times New AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair i 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. Has the best corps of corr but gives all the general news. W&can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p. fectly. Covers the general news flat completely. Special Notice! t Has the best and fullest ma kets reports. the same time, the first of last February, Mr. Campbell dying Mrs. on the 17th of last April. Campbell at that time was very low and was not expected to live but a few weeks. But she made a desperate effort to get well. She had all the attention it was possible to give her, but her disease baffled the physicians who more than three months ago announced that they were unable to do anything that would relieve her. Mrs. Campbell was years old, was about fifty-eigthe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Willis, of Eddy, Texas. She is survived dy three sons and two daughters. She was a' member of the Baptist church. The funeral was preached at the residence Friday afternoon by Rev. T. J. Jesse and immediately thereafter the remains were laid to rest in the family burying grounds, a host of relatives and friends being present to pay their last respects. ht is a family medicine for all pains, hurts, give bruises, cuts, sore throat, neuralgia and chest pains. Prevents infection. Mr. Charles H. Wentworth, California, writes: "It did wonders for my Rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I recommend it to ray friends as the best Liniment I ever used." Guaranteed. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad it to them, it will relieve quickly and permanently. It soothes the irritated throat, lungs and airpassagea. Loosens phlegm, is antiseptic and fortifies the system against colds. Ifc surely prevents cold germs from getting a hold. Guaranteed. Only 25c Ad at Paull Drug Co. Crimes Against the Balkan Chris- tians. Hogwallow News. It seems reasonable to hold that if there had been a decent Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales at Special Prices. Hay Presses, Both Horse DEMOCRATIC in politics b fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRII AWAY Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated. Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and rids your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. TI0N RIGHT DENTAL They are a Tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tone the general system. First dose will cure you of that depressed, dizzy, bilious and constipated condition. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad CXFE'ICEJ Rugby. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER FAXJXJLi DRUG- CO. - Columbia, Ky. RES PHONES 20. OFFICII PHONH andGasoline Engine Power. .SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Mne Disc. See or write him before buying. -- Woodson Lewis & DR. KINO'S tfbwLi fvaij ii Is !"H 1 4 Indigestion canned me trroat distress for two years. I iz'cC many thinp3 for relief, but posiittia jieip. tuiat lastitound it ia tho bast pills or msdicino I ovor tried nnrJ -- ' 'zrrtvit. .; - j!. J'ulljli ,.i .orn.c NjWohv QCisrs. Sorghum making, fodder saving and tobacco saving is the order of the day. Since sugar has gone so high, the people have developed a tondness for sorghum. There will be a box supper at Rowe-tow- n school house, Sept., 25. Will be for the benefit of a school library. Gilford Yarberry got considerably bruised up this week. He got caught between the cane mHl sweep and a wagon wheel. One rib was broken and bruised his shoulder. respect for the commendable deof the Christian peoples in Cricket Hicks is expecting the sire European Turkey to throw off artificial rosebuds on Miss Fruzie yoke and become Allsop's hat to burst into bloom the Turkish states, there could any day now. have been no cau3e of the presA show troope appeared at the ent great war in so far as the Tickville opera house Saturday Servian question precipitated it. night. They being all strangers If the great powers of Europe the public did not take to them had been sincere and unselfish in much. their attitude towards the BalThe rise in Gimlet creek did kan question, during the past not do any damage to thejbridges two generations, there could becoming overflowed, they hav have been developed a series of ing floated off before the high peaceful and progressive counwater reached them. tries as harmless and On account of the large lot of in their instincts as Switspider webs hanging around at zerland, Holland and Denmark. the store at Bounding Billows, And the proper development of no fly screens will be necessary Servia, Bulgaria and Greece this season. would have been in every way The Dog Hill preacher has been advantageous to all the great invited 'to take dinner at the powers of Europe and detrimen home of Isaac Hellwanger next! tal to the welfarelof none. Out Sunday. He has it under con- of this terrible war, therefore, sideration and it is believed he let us earnestly hope there may will accept the call. come an adjustment of the afMrs. Jefferson Potlocks re- fairs of Southeastern Europe turned Thursday morning, after that will be permanent and (From Hog wallow Kentuckian.) self-governi- ng non-milita- ry non-milita- ry. The imperial aggloa visit to friends and lelatives in Austria-Hungar- y She meration of the Calf Ribs community. was due back several days ago, seems to serve no good purpose. but when she started away they A rearrangement of provinces and regions, based largely upon asked her not to be in, a hurry. The Wild Onion school teacher communed with nature in the Gander Creek woods Monday of this week It is a pity to "dis"-j turb nature so abruptly after its quiet repose through the long winter months. J race and language, might create in Southeastern Europe almost a dozen small countries of fixed territory, bound together in a league-o- f peace and arbitration and of general friendship, but not f crming a military factor for Ellic Hellwanger made the trip Progress of the World," in the to Bounding Billows on important American Review of Reviews business this week. He heard for September. further aggressions.-Fro- m "The , .. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WAR NEWS AT A GLANCE Further successes of the armies of the 'Allies which are attempting to turn the German right wing are claimed in an official announcement issued at Paris this afternoon. It is statedtthat the Allies' Western wing has advanced considerably andPeronne has been occupied after desperate resistance. Craycraft. Peronne is seventy-fiv- e miles North of Paris and twenty-fiv- e miles North of Lassighy, near where an advance by the Allies was announced in yesterday afternoon's official statement. The position of Peronne indicates the movement of the Allies' left wing, which is much farther North than their main battle line. The turning movement of the Franco-Britis- h forces first directed against Gen. Von Kluck in an effort to envelop his army appears rrom unofficial dispatches to have met added resistance from strong German The Paris announcement says that there has been heavy fighting on the River Meuse at the Eastern end of the battle line, where the Allies have alternately advanced and retired. The latest German official advices up to early afternoon stated that the Germans were breaking through the Allies' center It is officially stated that Tok.o that the British North China forces which will with the Japanese in the attack on Kiau Chau have landed at Laoahan Bay. The troops sailed from Tien-Tsi- n ostensibly fo but landed at neutral territory in China, presumably to avoid complications with co-opera- te Wei-Hei-W- ei, Lao-Sha- n, Farmers 01 this section are busy cutting tobacco and corn and preparing wheat ground. Mr. Sam Bryant and sister, Mrs. Fannie Burton, are visiting their father, Mr. W. J. Bryant, of this plaoe. The moonlight school at Concord is in progress, under the management of our teacher, Mr. Jo Calhoun. Rev. Sam Sullivan preached two very interesting sermons at Concord Saturday night and Sunday. He will preach there again the third Saturday night and Sunday in October. The pie supper at Freedom last Friday night was quite a success and well attended. Mr. Valentine Bryant, and wife were visiting at Mr. J. D. Hayes', Sunday. Mr. G. L. Blair and wife were visiting at Mr.Robert Anderson's of Gentry Mill, last Saturday night and Sunday. : ' ' ..- - ... J jiY.' Buy Your Fall Goods Early From best information we can get, there will be advance prices on several lines of Merchandise. Our entire Fall Stock is in our house ready for your inspection. We have the Largest Stocks ever shown in Columbia, bought at the Lowest Prices. We handle Good Quality Merchandis of Latest Styles. If you want the correct Fall Styles we HAVE THEM. 3i m ft Russell & k g& 0. G. HARDWICV China. JOBBING WORK. SOLIC1TRD begun. NgggSpSf)gB'";-''- " "There already has been enough fighting to constitute half a -- All Kinds of Machinery Repairtfd- dozen battles, but only the preliminary stages of the big struggle have been reached. The railways on both sides are massing troops along the front, the Germans coming from Lorraine, the British from the whole Empire and the French from the south and west. shall go back and burn with the cathedral or we will shoot them here.' SIEGE CONTINUES, " 'You are mad,' I exclaimed in reply. 'Think of what this "Meanwhile the siege operations continue. The deceptive lull means. All the world will hear of the crime the Germans have which preceded the battle of Liao Yang ha3 fallen upon the field. committed here and if you shoot these men the world will know The situation remains unchanged in spiteof the furious cannonad- that Prance has been as criminal in her turn. Anyhow I said, ing and the desperate fighting, but with each fresh engagement 'you shall shoot me first for I will not move.' the situation becomes more clear, the plan of the staff more defi"Unwillingly the soldiers lowered their rifles and I turned to nite and the day of its realization more imminent." six German officers who were among the wounded and asked if The British public this morning is expressing elation at the they would obey me and do every I told feat of British airmen in having dropped bombs on Zepelin air them to. They said they would and I asked them to tell their man sheds near Cologne, and confidence is growing that Great Britian to do the same. Then I made them up in a solid body, those who is better protected than hitherto believed from an aerial assault by could walk unaided carrying or helping those who could. I put Germany. myself at the head and we set off to the Hotel de Ville, which is In Belgium defenders and invaders held their relative posi only a few yards away. tions without change, but many reports are being transmitted to ATTACKED BY MOB. REAL BATTLE NOT BEGUN. England that the Germans are feverishly entrenching along their "Well, then the crowd, who were mad with grief and rage, Bordeaux Correspondent says fighting on Aisne thus far only line of communications. set us. I can't describe it. You have never seen anything so preliminary. DESCRIBES CATHEDRAL FIRE. dreadful as that scene. They beat some of the Germans and some Lor.don, Sept. 24 (7:55 a.m.). -I- nterest in the fighting The correspondent of the Daily Mail at Rheims under date of of them they got down. centers in Woevre, says the Bordeaux correspondent of the Times, " 'Can't you help me?' I called to a French officer I caught where the enemy is making a serious effort to pierce the line of Monday gives a story by the Abbe Camu of the terrible scenes in' sight of. the cathedral when it was set on fire. He said: forts linking Verdum and Toul. " 'You Will never get to the Hotel de Ville like this,' he re"To the northeast of Verdum," the correspondet continues, "It was all over in an hour. There were.two separates fires. "east of the Meuse heights and in the direction of Mouilly and We put the first out with four buckets. of water all we ' had in the plied. So I forced my wounded through the gateway of a private Dampierre," their furious attempts have failed. In the south of place, but soon another shell struck theroof and the wind drove house and we managed to close the gates after us. They had been Woevre they hold line positions running through Richecourt, the flames along, the rafters inside of ;tne nave. We rushed up roughly handled, some of them, and they stayed there a. day and Seicheprey and Lironville. The general situation remains unchaned. again, but it' was flaming all along $nd as we could do nothing we night before we could move them again." KILLED BY SHRAPNEL. "On the left and center the Allies have the best of reasons hurried down. "There, are holes in the ceiling of the nave and sparks began for confidence in the result of the battle Let there be no mistake, the enemy is going to give serious trouble along" the' line, where, to fall through them into a great heap of straw, ten feet high and en. Sieinmetz's jugular vein severed during battle, saysGerr long, which the Germans had piled along the north man statement. with striking recuperative power, they managed to gather their twenty yards aisle. We tried to catch the sparks in our hands as they fell and Berlin, Sept. 24 (via The Hague and London, 11:50 a. m.). routed hosts, fleeing from the battle of the Marne. such of the German wounded as were able to walk helped us. But The German General Staff, referring to the death of Lieut. Gen. STRONGLY INTRENCHED. the first spark that fell on the pile set it blazing. bteinmetz, says he was killed by a fragment of shrapnel which "A week has elapsed since it first became clear that, although "There was time to think of nothing but getting out the jugular vein. Gen. Steinmetz directed the fire of the 42-- centiforced to abandon successive positions prepared for defense, the wounded. They screamed horribly. We carried manv of timap meter pieces during the sieges of Liege, Namur and Maubouge. enemy had found to the north of the Aisne, north-weof Rheims, othprs dragged themselves painfully Later he was placed in command of a division of infantry. that could"hot walk, while formidably prepared fortified positions upon which they might along to the side door in the north aisle. Those who had only Continuing, the staff says that the Rev. Martin Hobehm, Caphope to maintain themselves for many days while their own troops hand arm wounds helped their comrades. We got out all except tain of a reserve division, was killed by a shell after carrying many were recovering from the retreat and while the fire cf victory thirteen, whose bodies lie here now. wounded men out of thev range of fire of the French heavy artilamong the Allies was burning out. lery. SAVED GERMAN WOUNDED. "The positions, enormously, strong by nature and dominating n German painter,, Arthur Schlubeck, now serv The "When at last 'I came out of the flaming building I found the valleys and the towns, have been turned into regular fortresses. the ing as a lieutenant, of Hussars, was bounded by a piece of shrap- The line of trenches, built with science and solidity of permanent whole body of wounded huddled together around the doors. Op- nei wnnengnting on cneiiiver Aisne: ttie has been given the works, are covered by flanking trenches bristling with mitrailleus- posite tothem was a furiously hostile crowd of civilians of the Iron Cross. Herr Schlubeck has painted several portraits of the by mazes of barbed wire and block houses, townlandla number of soldiers with their rifles already leveled. es and Crown Prince of Germany. His wife is an American woman, for"J sprang forward. 'What are you doing?' I cried. whose quick firers and mitrailleuses sweep the whole front. To ' . " 'They shall all burn,' shouted the soldiers in answer. 'They, merly. AmensHeyl, of Milwaukee., 'pu--. ,J heavy artHlery is placed in position, tb&rearof these works the Cettinje announces that the Montenegrin defeated the capturing Pratzho, a town near Sarajevo, the capital of the Austrian province of Bosnia. An official communication issued at Petrograd says that capture of Jaroslau in Galieia, the Russian cavalry is pursuing the Austrian rear guard, inflicting heavy losses. There is considerable doubt as to the exact situation is the Eastern theater of war, os the reports from Petrograd, Vienna and Berlin persistently conflict. A dispatch from petrograd to a Paris paper says that the Germans who drove the Russian invaders from East Prussia have in turn been defeated and are evacuating East Prussia to the line from Thcrn to West Prussia, to KaMsz, in Russian Poland. A news dispatch from Paris says that among the prisoners recently arriving at Paris is a General of the staff of Gen. Von Kluck, whose army has borne the brunt of the Allies' movement on the Western end of the battle line. It is announced officiallo at Calcutta that the German cruiser Emden, which recently captured several British ships in the Bay of Bengal, dropped a few shells while passing into Madras, an important city of British india. Press dispatches, unofficial, report that Zeppelin aerships, evidently reconnoitering, have been sighted from various points in Jutland, Denmark. The German submarine U9, credited by Berlin with having unaided destroyed the three British cruisers off the Hook of Holland, has returned undamaged to a German port. Chief Gunner Dougherty, of the Cressy, one of the three ships sunk, insists that he saw five submarines during the attack and that one of the five was sunk by the Cressy's guns. The German war loan subscriptions totaj $1,097,250,000. The press of Norway is making a deliberate effort to maintain strict neutrality. The indirect cause of the war 13 recalled by a report from Amsterdam that the trial of the rlleged assassins of Austrian Heir Apparent Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his consort will open at Agram on November 5. Aus-trian- s, fol-lowing.the re-enfor- and from its fire such places as Soissons and Rheims have suffered great damage. "Most of the work on this line was finished while the battle of the Marne was still in progress. The Allies did their best to prevent its completi6n, and there has been some desperate fighting along the Aisne Gallant rushes have been made toward the trenches and fierce d struggles have taken place upon the top of the Craonne plateau, the sides of which rises like a cliff against the Allies. hand-to-han- Prts. J. H. COCKE. Y Prei. t &. B. DIETZMAN. itc W. T.Pyne Mill & ESTABLISHED 1861 Supply Co. I8S9 INCORPORATED WIMiWSlGHTS 1301 TfflRTeeNTft-Mftl- DEALERS-I- f mflCHmiSTS N ' VIGOROUS ATTACKS MADE. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS N. ce succeeded one another while the endangered Crown Prince's army has been picking its way out of a difficult country into a still more awkward position. On our right the enemy's army has been seeking for an opening or a weak .link in the chain of forts between Toul and Verdun. "The Allies for their part have been progressing slowly upon the enemy's right, pushing up a wedge into the center between Rheims and Argonne. Still the battle of the Aisne has not yet counter-attac- k "Attack and LOUTSVILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank WorK .JE2RSBi thing to-da- y m fc. .1 iSL. - 5 st .'J well-know- ' 1 '3 A.J - -- J re-inforc- ed -- .j t . r , '!"