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K r The advance in price of everything that affects the cost of pubThe intelligence of the death of Dr. Mr. Simco Dockery, Who was the Luther Turk reached this place last lishing a paper leaves no room for a dollar loss in the subscription. Thursday afternoon. The end came Wealthiest Citizen of Russell We are compelled to receive pay for every paper or advance the in Gallion, Ala., Wednesday of that of Appeals, in the Third Appelsubscription price to $1 50 per year, and more than likely will do County, Dies in his Apartweek. late district, referring to the innovaOf The Adair County News publishboth within a very short time. The News can not exist on promThe deceased was a son of Col. W. ments, Jamestown. ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct. tion of opening a Democratic camises to pay it must receive what it earns. Thousands of dollars C. and Jane Turk, and was born and paign in that stronghold of Republi1, 1914. reared in Adair county, and was a are justly due this office and to be plain we want what is due. canism told a good story to convey a NAME OF P. o. ADDRESS Last Saturday afternoou at 2:15 very high type of man. Many statements have been mailed and but few have sent in the Editor, C. S. Harr.is, Columbia, Ky. point. He said that just prior to the comWhen quite a young man he o'clock, Mr. Simco Dockery, who was Civil War when the Democrats were pay. The time to clean up iias come. If you' fail to receive Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris the wealthiest and most widely known menced the study of medicine, enteryour paper you may know that you lose by not paying. It mat Bus. Mgr. C. S. Harris " " in power nationally, in a certain comman of Russell county, died in his ed the Louisville University, and in munity in thab mountain section one Pub. The Adair County News Co ters not how much money or property you have, or how good your apartments, Jamestown, after an ill- due course of time he graduated with man took a newspaper and when it Columbia, Ky. ness of six months. He was born in honors. credit is, we are compelled to collect and will begin the clearance arrived each week his neighbors would Owners: (If a corporation, give gatherabout Soon after his graduation he located Russell county, December, 29, 1841, of our books at once. If you have received a statement no other him to its name and the names and addresses paper was opposed hear it read. Tho and the end came October 3, 1914, in Gallion, Ala., where he married, notice is necessary. Where the paper is discontinued we will exof stockholders holding 1 per cent., or and in one issue to the Democrats making him seventy-tw- o years, nine and where for the lasi thirty years he he read where the pect every one to square on our books just the same, and if not more of tobal amounb of sbock. If nob was a leading physician of that city months and twenty-sidays old. Democratic Congress had enacted a done within a reasonable time will use the most effective agency for a corporation, give names and ad- law adding two When quite a young man he taught and surrounding country, accumulatmore winter months a large estate. He was a man of dresses of individual owners ) school and some years later he was ing collection. This notioe outlining the methods we are compelled to to the year. This, of course, met The Adair County News Co. elected sheriff of his county, making wonderful influence and died at the adopt should receive hearty response from every one who really dewith the utmost disapproval of the age o f fifty- - six years. He left no a diligent officer. Retiring from this C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. crowd which indorsed the protest of sires The News. J ustice and honesty should prompt every one to position he commenced trading in children, but he is survived by his Mrs. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky the spokesman who deslared, "We settle arrearage and not force us to use lega1 methods to get our land and was also a merchant up to wife, mother and one sister, Mrs. II W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky have already used up all our fodder just dues. the time of his death. Starting poor, C. Walker, of Bradfordsvill, Ky. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and we will never vote for a party He was said to have been a very kind he was ambitions to accumulate and As' foreign as it is from the policy of this office, as much as we and other security holders, holdiug 1 that is responsible for adding any was very successful throughout his life, man to the poor of his county, and he per cent., or more of total amounb of more winter months to the year." dislike to inconvenience many who read the paper and promise to leavlngan estate estimated to be worth will be sorely missed by that class of bonds, mortgages or other securities: Louisville Times. pay we can not continue longer to run on promises and hope. Take eighty to one hundred thousand dol- people. He was devoted to his wife, (If there are none so state.) None. notice and act accordingly. lars. He wrote his own will, and his mother and sister, and his passing was' A Suggestion. Average number of copies of each entire possessions go to his nearest an irreparable loss to them. issue of this publication sold or May the God cf love comfort them kin. He was never married, the chilthrough the mails or other-wise- , n sorrow. dren of his brother, Vincent Dockery, in their great It is a fact thab to paid subscribers during the is an abundance of wheat in there of Russell county, and one brother, Adair six months preceding the date shown county, plenty to supply home conLOST. who lives inthe West, being his heirs above. (This information is required sumption. Ib is also a fact To the Dockery children 'he" gives thab the School Rally at Zion. Program. from daily newspapers only.) 2,600 local mills do not make flour sufficient his farms lying on Cumberland river, My pocket book containing two $1.00 bo meet the demands of the local mar C. S. Harris, Editor. and to his brother he gives fifteen bills ?.nd some small change, also sevthousand dollars in bank stock, locat- eral receipts. Reward. Bring to this The Rally held by Division 2fo. 3, at The following is the program for Sworn to and subscribed before me ket, but at this time there is no rea son why the local mills should not the C. W. B. M-- . Society, Friday eve- - this 5th day of Oct., 1914. Zion, has been pronounced a ed in Louisville and Jamestown. The office. E. L. Feese. Most of the nineteen schools niug, October 9th, 1914. furnish the Hour for the entire counremainder of his estate is to be dividseal: Jo S. Knifley Song. ty. We feel sure that the grocery-me- n were well represented. The display ed equally between the heirs. He di- Notice to Teachers, Concerning Notary Public Adair County, Ky Devotional Mrs. Lula Taylor. were fine. and athletics of Columbia would patronize th9 rected, that his body be buried in a My commission expires Feb., 19, o Roll Call. Four hundred and fifty people weFe local manufacturers if they will meet Rally. metalic casket, and he alse named the 1916. present. Zion school won the highest Minutes of preceding meeting. all demands, and at the same prices spot of burial in the Jamestown cemBible Study-Sa- rah number of first premiums; Gleuville etery by the side of a deceased friend, that is regulating flourat foreign mills. Eggs Wanted. Programs for the rally have been second highest; Tabor and Republican by Mrs. Laura Coffey. So, as a suggestion we would say for Judge Wm. Green. He provided that David Livingston by Miss Vic for the farmers, who have wheat for a momument to cost not less than 0 mailed to each teacher in the county, tied1 on third highest number of firsts, Hughes. sale, the millers and the grocerymen, was to be erected to his memory, giving full particulars, events and the latter having more seconds than We will pay 20c per dozen for eggs get together, and less keep the money .nd he set aside $500 which is to be premiums for each event. the former: Concord, Pleasant Hill, Liberia by Mrs. W. R. Myers. this week. Garrison Bros. Hidden Answer Mrs. Mary Rowe. Events 17 and 18 on program, the and Rainfall tied on the fourth highest expended by the cashier of the Jamesat home that is paid elsewhere fcr Song. Mb. Zion, Simpson, "in keeping his last rest "Best Made Gingham Apron," and number of firsts. flour. The farmers need the money town Bank An Enjoyable Occasion. ing place in good condition. He namedi the "Best Patch on Calico," must be Dunbar, and other schools deserve Prayer;. for their wheat, and certainly the loAdjournment. cal millers want the home trade. Talk Judge W. W, Jones and Attornney hand work, and all the work done by praise for good work rendered. Superintendent Huffaker, also the uur meetings are growing very in Friday afternoon the members of the matter over, those who are mostGeneral James Garnett, of this place, school girl. Event 20, 'Best Embroidered Shirt Presidinb of our Dirision, Mr. G. W. teresting. We invite all to come and the Faculty and Senior Class of Lind. ly interested, and see if a right conexecutors of his will. pub aside all cares and wor clusion can nob be reached. The instrument will be probated Waist," it will only be necessary to Turner: the Secretary, Mr. Joe Cal- be with us. Mrs. Z. T. Williams, Pres. ries of the schooj room and enjoyed next Monday in the Russell county have the front of shirt waist, (the part houn, and the many patrons and teachMrs. Silas Denny, Ses. together a delightful picnic in the court, and the executors will at once embroidered. It will not be necessa- ers who rendered such great service, Road Meeting. ry to have the whole waist. deserve the thanks of the Division. commenced to wind up the estate. beautiful woodland just beyond the Event 21, "Best Crochet Collar," The patrons of this Division should school grounds. The funeral services were held SunNotiice. Judge Geo. Hernford has set nexb day afternoon, a great many friends only the collar need be displayed. f feel proud of this our first attempt at Besides the dainty lunch prepared Friday, the 9th of this month, as Only one district is to contest from a School Rally before leaving, bacon was broiled and being present to pay tribute to one Ah who are in need of a new wagon coffee boiled in real Gypsy fashion Road Day for the people of Adair counwho had been a substantial and influ- each Educational Division, except bed, or dressed lumber to make a new which added much to the enjoyment ty The meeting will be held at the Prices on Coffee Reduced. ential cibizan of Russell county for when otherwise specified on the procourt-hous- e. At 1 o'clock in the aftergrams sent out, or as follows: bed. call at J. M. Kearns' Machine of all. more than a half century. At the noou. Robert E Woods, Secretary of 1. Shop before you buy. Give him a call Any district in the county may After luuch all sat around the glowtime of his death he was President of I3c. on any thing you need in the repair ing campfire until about 8 o'clock when the Kentucky Good Roads Association, the Bank of Jamestown and had been contest for the flags in events two and Pilgrim (fresh roasted) three on program. they journeyed home in the light of will address the meetiog. He is thorfor many years. , I9c. line. Monarch (fresh roasted) 2. Event 3, "Best Display of Work j. m. Kearns. the "hunters' moon," wishing that oughly posted on all phases of road The deceased was not identified with None better. any religious body, but he often at- from any School, any school in the these good times might come more building, and it is desired thab all citi49-t& Co. Russell zens of Columbia, as well as those livoften. tended Church services. He was county may enter this contest at CoGen. Garnett Looms Up. lumbia, regardless of whether they strictly an honorable man, and was The following members of the Facul- ing out of town, be present. The The gymnasium at the Columbia enter a display at their Divisipn Ralty and Seuior Class were present: Prof. business men of the town and county ever ready to denounce lawlessness of very character. The services over ly. Any work exhibited in any other Graded and High School was well The talk is again being revived thab Paul Chandler, Misses Hewitt, Chand are especially invited. the remains were conducted by Eld. contest may be used in making up this filled last Friday evening, to witness Attorney General James Garnett, who ler, Murrell, and Mrs. Moss: Misses Judgft Herriford requests every citizen of Adair county who is interested a basket ball game, Montpelier against hails from Adair County, Display or Exhibit. Tobias Huffaker, of this place. will most Hogard, Workman, English, Chew-ninHigh School team. The game was likely be au entrant in W. M. Wilson, the Messrs Duvall, Harris, Steven in better rodds to put in an appearthe State priance. The farmers need better roads, called promptly at 7:30 o'clock and it mary next year for R. R. Moss. Wanted. the Democratic son, buiuvan, and Hogard. was exciting from the start, judging nomination for Governor. traveling public need better roads and Gen. GarWe have a car load of Road Phos- from the amount of cheering heard the business men need better roads. WorK of the Grand Jury. nett has all along, been regarded as a phate Fertilizer, special wheat grower downtown. The contest closed, the probable Come in and less devise a way to seA horse. Apply to starter in the gubernatorial for sale. score standing'21 bo 13 in favor of bhe stakes, but is understood Rev. J. S, Chardler, cure them. it that lateFlowers Bros., & Rowe. High School team, Columbia, Ky. At the recent term of the Adair ly strong pressure has been brought to Coming Friday Evening. circuit court the grand jury returned bear on him to make a formal anMessrs. John F. Neat and Albin 1 have purchased the barber shop Wanted. forty eight indictments, classified as nouncement and thereby put an end to formerly conducted by Mr. G W 'Murray have purchased the Murray the speculation on his prospective can follows: Mr. Geo. R Akins and his band of Lowe. I am prepared to give good Ball stock of goods, in the Covens' SelMng liquor 2 Live minks $7.00; black skunks, didacy. To the political "sharps" fQ mussoians wiil breat the residents of service and will appreciate the patron- 'building, and will open a general dry Breach of Peace Gen. Garnett is'uow displaying sympColumbia bo a musical ab the Courb-N- o goods store. The new firm will be in $5.00, Write me for particulars, Jas age of the many who have been pat7 toms of one who is quietly nursing a Wreckless weapons Weatherford, Bradfordsville, Ky. boas next Friday evening charge ronizing this shop. Call when you the city markets this week, purchas- 49-Concealed weapons gubernatorial boom. W. S. K. in wih ne made by the musicians, bub ing goods and will be ready for the need work. Yours Truly. Gaming Louisville Timas. bhey wiil expect to be entertained for trade in a short time. Mr. Neat is an, Trespass Asa Loy. A new brick Christian church is to the night. Those who have heard experienced merchant, Mr. Murray is Disturbing worship Mr. G. W Lowe retired from the this troupe say it makes most enchanb-in- g H. E. & L. O'Dauiel, of Marion a popular gentleman and has hereto- be erected at Monticello. The bids Public nuisance are to be opend the 10th of thi hotel business 'the first of this month music Our people will have to county, bought 400 cattle of R. K. fore been a farmer. Adultery monbh. Mr. J. C. Miller, of this and he wassuperceeded by. Judge Jun- ' move an organ to the courb-roor- a for Young, this place, at (i and 6 cents Assault and battery the occasion. Do not fail to be presn .320 of the number passed through here Mr. J. B Drye, a travel- place, is one of the bidders, and he ius Hancock, who, with his son, Felonies ent, as ib will certainly be an evening Saturday morning, the other eighty ing man, wants the merchants of feels like he has a good chance to re- George, will continue the business Mr. Lowe will continue to run the 48 of entertainment. Total will be delivered next week. The Adair county to know that his wife ceive the contract. Parlor Circle and look after his other whole bunch is in fine fix. They wifl has been sick and for that reason he Notice M. W. A. The ladies of Columdia and vicinity Mr. A. G. Jones sold his grocery affairs here until he decides upon anslopped at Lebanon. be failed to make his regular trip, bub business swarmed at the two millinery estabat Campbellsville last week other location. It is hoped thab he thab he will be here ab an early day. Monday night, Oct , 12, 1914, i? our lishments last Tuesdav night and to C R Fleece and Clarence Hart-fiel- will see bhab ib will be to his interest There is a hive of honey bees lo- regular meeting night, and all Modern during the day Wednesday. The who immediately took possess- to remain in Columbia. He is a good cabed in the basket on the cupola of For Sale. of the buildings presented a ion. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will return citizen and our people would dislike to Woodmen in good standing, are earIt is 105 feet from the court-housnestly requested to be present The most handsome appearance, hundreds to Burnside, their former home. lose him and his excellent wife. the ground to the basket. Mr. C G. nights are pleasant and mucli longer of artistically trimmed hats being on Two horse power 5 passenger Case Jeffries, the Jailer of the counbv, is in and we want to get busy. display. A general opening gives the Mr. Allen Walker and family will meeting of the charge or the oees, ana aoes not ap- aubomobile in perfecb condibion. Cost occupy, for the present, roorns in the The J. C. Strange, Clerk ladies a better opportunity to select, prehend that the hive will be robbed $2,300.00. A real bargain. as bhey see hats trimmed in brick residence, known as the Reed Christian Churches of Adair county, P O. Box 515, Lebanon, Ky. In obedience to a proclamation is- colors and also in differenb different held last Saturday and Sunday, was outsider. by an property Mr. Walker will be at shanes. 49 tf. by the President of the United hence when bhey visib the stores to Greensburg for several months, buy- largely abbended. The published pro sued See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky., gram was carried oub and a number of States to all Christian people of the make a purchase The Parlor Circle was well patronitheir minds are Singer Sewing Machines and sup zed last Thursday and Saburday ing and selling tobacco. good speeches and interesting reports nation, the residents of Columbia met already made up as for to the style hat. 40-f- t plies. were made. Eld. W. in the Methodist Church last Sunday nights The lights are stronger than Ihave pair mules, coming four years Roy K. Roadruck were B. Taylor and evening and offered prayers for peace Both stores start with flattering proson the program heretofore, bhe picbures and bhe readpects during the fall season, experbrood The Bandy singers render sacred ing matter showing up to a good ad- old, two and and work mares, two and their speeches were of especial in Europe. Fervent talks were also ienced milliners being Jersey cow foe sale. horse colts at each store. music altogether. You will miss an vantage. interest. Dinner on the ground for made by Judge H. C Baker, Revs. O. J. F. Montgomery, Columbia, Ky. every body. evening of entertainment if you fail P. Bush, and J. S. Chandler. ' The revival meeting at bhe Chris 49-next ThursA letter from J. H. Grissom, Powell, to be at the court-hous- e bian Church will begin on Monday The new Baptist Church, this place, nighb after bhe bhird Sunday Mr. Murray Bail will continue to ocday night. Admission, 10 and 5 cents. Neh., says: A large acreage of wheat in OctoN. B. Kelsey bought a residence in g will be dedicated the fourth Sunday has been sown and it is coming up bhe mill district, last week, from cupy apartments where he is now ber instead of the fourth Sunday as nexb Thurs- nicely. No frost hereyeb. There is a Be at the oourb-hous- e in this month. Either Dr. Powell, of announced in last weeks issue. business the Cravens building. Bandy singers of fair crop of corn, and small grain was Sbevenson & Sandusky for $600. Ib is Louisville, or Dr. J W. Porter, of day night. The known as the Will Barker residence. Lexington, will preach the sermon. Tennessee will be there. Admission, good. Twelve or fifteen mule colts were Possession will be given immediately, Splendid misical entertainment at 1 10 and 5 cents. sold on the square Monday ab prices Mr. W. F. Neab has sent bo this ofcourt-hous- e ThtriUay night. Rev. Marvin Perryman will preach Judge Carber opened courb at Burkes-vill- e nexb Sun- ranging from $52.eQ to $S0.00. ab Hutchison school-hous- e Gertrude Bandy, only 7 years fice an Irish potabo.bhal will weigh Hiss lasb Monday. The third Monday eight ounces, bhe seed being planted old, ie a wonder. Hear her ab the Born, bo the wifeNof George Abston, day forenoori ab 10:30. He will also Remember and be at the Court- from a potato of the he will convene the Ruasell circuit the last preach in the afternoon at 2:30 at Thursday night on Ocbober lsb, a son. house next Friday evening. couxb at Jamestown earlier planting. Rocky Hill. te-) f x Statement of the Ownership, ManJudge Hurt Telis Good Story. agement, Circulation etc., Required by the Act of August In his speech at Somerset Monday, Judge Rollin Hurt, of Adair county, 24. 1912. Democratic nominee for Judge of the Court x x x x x x d, well-know- greab-suc-ces- s -- $2,-50- sey-Wils- on 49-3- t. f. g; 49-l- b 4t well-know- d, en-teri-cr e. 2t dc-in- of-Jul- y 5axC-feoB- ee 'y J ; iflkV .JJ r it 1 1. r i THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Big Educational Rally, Columbia Oct. 30, 1914, of airships it has not escaped the censor. Everybody is Going You Come Be fore the war was thought PROGRAM 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 tolhe Fair Grounds.) American Flag to the School having the greatest percent of pupils and patrons present at the rally. Attendance will be based on the census reports of Russell & Co. the districts. American Flag to the district having the second highest percent in attendance. Calculated same W. I. Ingram. as above. Spelling contest (Written) Bible Joe Pattesoo Declamatory contest for boys, any age $ .00 Dr. Triplett. 1 - of outside of the chancelloriess, a ' 1 7 Neatest patch on calico (by school girl any age) Dr. Grissom. $1.00. Best made gingham apron (by school girl any age) ' Murray Ball. Valuable Bar Pin Best specimen of manual training work (to be judged from workmanship and difficulty in making) Columbia Bank. $2.00 Best Embroidored shirt waist (made by girl any age) Gravy Ladle Gill & Waggener. Best Ladies crochet collar (made by girl any age) Shirt waist pattern Walker's Store. 18 1 9 20 21 22 23 A D '-- 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. Qne teacher from each eduBox Whitman's cational division may enter. Flowers & Beck. Candy. One-ha- lf 1 British Admiral asserted that the dreadnought-an- d the superdread-naugwere so much wasted steel and armanent. On the open sea or in the landlocked harbor, he declared that not one of them would be safe. The Germans have demonstrated that this theory will work on a small scale. What is to prevent its being tried out by the British? It ht Notice Ail Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscription Books Will have to Come off, Under would seem to be a Jess hazardous experiment than the "ag- 6 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. 24 gressive policy" which the Brit ish public demands. Louisville Times. Apply Sloan's freely for Lumbago. Your attacks of Lumbag6 are not nearly so hopeless as they seem. You can relieve them almost instantly by a simple application of Sloan's Liniment on the back and loins. Lumbago is a form of rheumatism, and yields the Law, if not Paid at once 25 00. yds dash. Boys any age. Boys $ .00 1 W. H. Wilson. 26 100 yds dash. 27 1 The Government a -- Best exhibit or display of work from any rural American Flag First National Bank. Best reader of First grade, who has entered school th is year, Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. Best 4 and under. Knife. Moss & Wilson. 9 Running Broad Jump. mile race. $ .00. 1 Goff Bros. $ .00. 1 Will Not carry Papers in the 28 h 29 30 Boys any age. Hancock- - Hotel. flO d 1 Apple Pie. $1.00 Dr. Cartwright. Box Candy. Winfrey & Co. Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Potato Race, l3oys 1 Best Loaf Light Bread. Best h doz Biscuit 4 and under. $ .00 Bennett .& Smith. 1 U2 '3. $1.00 Taylor & & Rosen-Gowb- y baum. Representing doz Corn Muffins. i I Co. 3 Best One Box Stationery Dr. Murrell 31 Girls 15 and over. Not than two entries from each educational Dimore Box Fruits and Candies. vision. Nell & McCandless. Wheel Barrow race. 4 Best J doz ears corn not more than two entries from each division (Corn must have been grown on farm of boys exhibiting same.) $2.00 Hardware Store. Jeffries Best o doz Irish potatoes. Four boys from each Educational doz Photos made of boys together Buford Montgomery. while at the Rally. Relay Race. I Division. 32 53 x Egg 'Race. Girls 14 and Under. $1.00 Dr. Hndman. perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates quickly all in through the sore, ten-de- r musles, limber up the back and makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any EnzooJic Opihalmia. druggist and have it in the house against colds, sore and swollen joints, The Experiment Station has rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments Your money back if been repeatedly called upon to not satisfied, but it does give almost answer inquiries concerning an c instant relief. Sold by Paull Drug Co. s Why They Go. Ad Jfl 5 Good Knife Reed & Miller. $6 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, lumbia. (Flag to go to the school of that division winning the greatest number of points). Rules and Regulations Governing the Rally M School pupils taking part in the contests must be in school age and must have entered school by August 24 and have been in regular attendance since that time. 8 The The regular rules governing be used on this occasion. The first all athletic events will v agricultural education, considered in its border aspects, could hardly have a more useful or more worthy object than makA No admission will be charged for entrance to the the line of march. 10 Only school pupils are wanted in ing very clear to the minds of Fair grounds or to the addresses of the day or evPlace of delivering premiums will be announced boys and girls in rural communening. Everything is free on the morning of the Rally. ities the real facts as well as .1 2 The Fair Association has given all stand privileges Contentants in Domestic Science and Mannual specimens of work made by Training must present to the two Columbia schools. possibilities of both city and contestants. The judges for the various events are to be selectcountry life. Such education 13 The President and Secretary of the "Rally Comed by Profs. Moss & Wilson from the town of mittee" desire to express to the Adair County ought to set forth the dignity Columbio, and from the facultier and pupils of the News their thanks for these posters (which are doand worth of agriculture and its in adnated by the News) and their 'two schools. The decisions of these judges are vertising the Rally through the colums of the News. '.final. allied lines, and to make clear Rallies Dates and Places of Division that while there are opportunWe urge that avery rural teacher drill their childFisrt Division Mt. Pleasant, 3rd Friday in Oct. ren at school to march in the order that they wish ities in the city, they are by no Second Division Antioch, 2nd Friday in Oct. ihem to march at the county rally, at Columbia. means what they seem to be at Train children to march in line and pay strict atThird Division Zion, st Friday in Oct. distance and seldom give one an tention to orders. Fourth Division Little Cake, Last Friday in Sept. PUBLIC SPEAKING: We hope to have with us on this occasion some of the States opportunity to acquire a position of independence. greatest Educators, who will make addresses. sub-distrisub-distri- winner in each event counts three points, the second two and the third one, in deciding .which Edmcational Division and has of points; though no secwon the greatest number ond and third prizes are offered, ct 9 district winning first school penant, given by Russell & Co., will march in front, the School winning 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 sub-district. Someone has well said that the known as "pink eye," and atreason why so many boys and tacks in rapid succession a large girls are leaving the farm is beportion of the herd. It is dis cause they are in a large meastinctly a contagious disease and ure ignorant of the possibilities may originate by the purchase of the life they are leaving and of a new animal which is already the life to which they are going. Prevention. Whenever this condition appears in the herd tha animals should be immediately removed to a new pasture, given a 'laxative outbreak of contagious opthalmia diet and provided with fresh which is at present prevalent drinking water. over the entire State of Kentuc ContQKious Opthalmia is us ky. This condition is sometimes healthy J1 i ually not a severe disease when properly treated and the above recommendations, if properly applied, should soon bring the outbreak to a close. It would apper on reflection that 1 1 . Robert Graham, D. V. 1VI., affected, and from that animal Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. it may be spread to all the cattle ia the herd. The Hopeless Lung Troubln Cured. condition is more prevalent in Many recoveries from Lung Troubles the hot summer months, espec ijre due to Dr Cell's ially during a period of drought It strengthens the Lungs, checks the Cough and gives relief at once Mr. similar to the one experienced W. S Wilkins, Gates, :sT. C , writes. throughout the entire State this "I used Dr. Bell's in a case given up as hopeless and it efsummer. re-maini- ng Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Piue-Tar-Hon- ey fected a complete cure " Get a bottle The condition is of Dr. Bell's If usually first noticed by a profuse your cough is dry and hacking let it discharge of tears from both trickle down the throat, you will sure- Symptoms. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey eyes, which constantly keeps Do. both sides of the face moist. The eye-lid- s are swollen, painful to Democratic ly get relief. Only 25c. at Paull Drug Ad Platform. in the 1 An Aggressive Policy. less England's naval supremacy gard and England has retained is to be put to a test which may the essential advantage of being much as able to land its troops at will in The demand or the British peo- - destroy it before it so Belgium or France, to protect its pie that the aggressive be taken comes in contact with the full own ships of commerce and to Pleasant, Antiseptic and Healing. by their fleet because of the de- of the enemy Children like it. Get a 50cc. bottle The strategy so far pursued harass those of the enemy. struction of three British cruisof Dr. King's New Discovery and It is annoying, of course, to keep it in the house. "Our family is in by Admiral Jellicoe has been to ers by German submarines discover that British cruisers are Cough and Cold roctor' writes Lewis small danger of being complied keep the German cruis- not immune against submarine Chamberlain, Manchester, Ohio. with. One reason therefor is bottled up, while English Money back if not satisfied, but it would ask ers have swept the sea for Ger- attack. It might be more costly nearly always helps. Sold by Paul vthat the Germans men-of-war pressure, and invariably closed, especially so in intense sunlight. These symptoms are usually by a slight elevation in tempperature, loss of appetite Your Fall Cold Needs Attention. . and a diminution in the flow of No use to fuss and try to wear it milk- - If the condition is left to out. It will wear you out instead. go untreated the discharge from Take Dr. King's Kew Discovery, relief follows quickly. It checks your the eyes assumes a purulent form Cold aud Soothes your Cough away. usually accompanied by a slight cloudiness of the cornea. We declare our faith wisdom and patriotism of Wood-ro- w Wilson and pledge him our support in discharging the grave duties and solving the complex problems imposed upon him by the high office to which he was called by the people. 0 With singular fortitude and , nothing better. They have with- drawn their fleet into a fortified ijharbor on the North Sea from 'which the Kiel Canal leads to another fortified harbor on the .Baltic. The approach to both is served with mines. The German lleet is thus in a position to say 'to both the .English and the Russians thus far and no farther. 'The German fleet has been preserved being and the English muit:perferce stand guard un- -.- - In the two to make a wholesale experiment encounters that have occurred of their ability to withstand the English suffered but little if mines. any of the worst of it. They It would seem that what is have lost three obsolete cruisers sauce for the goose might be and some 2,000 men from a sub- served on the gander. The marine attack, but the Germans British submarines are supposedsuffered no less heavily when ly greater in numbers and supethe squadron under Admiral rior efficincy than those of the Beatty tolled five of their cruis-- . Germans. In the matter of aeers out to sea to be sunk under rial craft, both sides are well the guns of battleships. On the equipped. So far, however, if whole honors are easy in this re any offensive use has been made man merchantmen. -- Drug Co. Ad Treatment. Affected ammsls should be isolated in a cool, dark portion of the, barn and given from one to one and f pounds Glaubers' salts asadrench and one tableapoonful potassium one-hal- country pastor to exhort us to of drinking water. In addition, own a home while on earth as it the eye symptons are best treatis to inspire us, to build a maned by washing the eyes out twice sion in the skies. each day with a four per cent, The rural press, the pulpit and solution of boric acid, but this the school are a trinity of power- may be substituted by a 1 to 100 ful influences that the farmer solution of silver nitrate once a day. In severe sase3 where the must utilize to his fullest capaclesions of the cornea are present ity before .he can occupy a com- this latter treatment is to be manding position in public affairs preferred. v It is as much a duty of the nitrate added to each six gallons patience our President has stayed the impulsive spirit of war and translated for all mankind the meaning of a Republic intent on liberty and peace. In dealing with the'painful problems of the stricken Republic of Mexico he has won and 'deserves the unn. stinted approval of his fellow-countryme- We indorse the Democratic ad- ministration of the affairs of the Federal government, an administration cleaving to the line of party progress and keenly sensitive to the settled will of the country. New York Democratic Declaration. s A ( if-- i . CAr"K'- - i J, ! .. ato- - s -' i THE ADAIR COUNTY -- NJUWS wo n anSi FREE FREE Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes personal reminiscences of Baron de Me'neval, 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 Meneval's descriptions have the piquancy and interest pessible only because he was an actual eyewitness of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. 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Not a trick-takin- g Ail that President Wilson had to mobilize was the good comter weariness of the cavalry mon sense of the American peov mounts. ple, which he succeded in doing. As the report was only up to This is for bridge players, as September,!!, itcan be placed as well as Republicans: Rubbers a certainty that the two weeks ry still further by reason of the ter. The however, killing or exhaustion of their thought otherwise, and steps We like to feel that Woodrov streets. were taken to avoid a recurrence. Wilson expresses in his own perThe artillery service in each Staying on The Job. sonality the good genius of this of the contending armies has country The President's service lost thousands of trained horses "America is greater than any to the nation within the past few during the battles and the marchParties will fare months has been sufficient" to es, and the call is for other thou- party well enough without nursing if make an entire four-yea- r term sands to take their places. the men who make them up and notable. A German officer in a recent the men who lead them forget War with Mexico has been interview is quoted as stating themselves to serve a cause and averted through patient state- that the cavalry forces of the set a great people forward on craft that persisted despite criti- Kaistr have lost s of the path of liberty and peace." cism, abuse and lack of faith. the horses with which they open- This is the spirit that breathes A strike of trainmen on ninety ed the campaign, many killed in throughout President Wilson's eight Western railroads has been action, many captured by the letter to Congressman Doremus, prevented by the agreement of enemy, still abandoned on the in which he tells why he must of the contending parties to armarches through inability to go decline to engage actively in the bitrate. This strike would have farther by reason of the constant Democratic campaign this year. been a catastrophe at any time; hard riding of the Uhlans, the It is the spirit of patriotic serv-ic- e, in view of other complications, it dragoons and the cuirassiers, of service to the whole peowould have been immeasurably The British Government is ple, so strongly exemplified by worse at this time. Credit must buying thousands of horses in the President throughout his be given to the men and the Canada and in the United States official career. It is the spirit managers for ageeing to get toto be shipped to Canada and from which declared that that party gether, but this was not brought thence to Europe, and serviceserves itself best that serves the about until the President had enable cavalry or draft horses in country best and which forgets tered the negotiations. this country are now bringing self interest in working for the The placing of American busimuch higher prices than a year common good. ness conditions upon a , basis ago. The President, in his own where the European disorders Six months of war in Europe homely language, will "stay on can affect them little if at all was at the instance of and with the will draw from the United States the job." His job, a9 he sees it, every serviceable horse that can is to stay in Washington and of the administration, which is also to be credited be spared from this country if face the serious responsibilities with fathering a currency law high prices will induce their own- that the war abroad has placed upon those who have been that will prove most efficient in ers to sell. chosen by the American people the present situation. Rueer Pets. to administer their government, In the last three or four months to advance their prosperity and it would have been distressingly The stir caused in London re- to preserve for them the blesseasy for a Presidential blunderer to embroil or embarrass the cently by the pet pig escorting ings of peace. The nation has United States. We have come an American lady recalls other suddenly been confronted with through with credit and clean of instances where pigs have played new problems, in which quesunworthy compromises or en- the role of faithful companions tions of party have no place. In Persia, although the law for- These problems must be met tangling alliances. Thank God we have a Presi- bids, pigs are cheerished, not at wisely, unselfishly and in all hardent. Minneapolis News, (Ind.) butcher's meat, but as compan- mony, with full confidence that ions. Some years ago th e Brit- the people will justly appraise ish consul there had a pet pig the work of their servants. Horses for War Purposes. which attended him when shoot"This is a time when America All the countries in the world ing, "pointed" the birds, and expects every man to do his duty are being called upon for horses then retrieved them. The care- without thought of profit or adfor service in the campaigns of less servants could not be trust- vantage to himself." Here is a ed to keep it indoors, and it broad hint to those members of Europe. tracked its master by scent. Congress who have been too The Cossacks of Russia have Sir Walter Scott had a fondness busy seeking to attend an unlimited supply in the country rrom the Niemen to the plains for pigs, and Lockhart tells a to their public duties, who have story much like the above. been more solicitous for their of Turkestan. Lord Gardenstone, an eminent own advantage than for the pubIt is estimated that fully lic welfare. The people will not oflhorses.small but hardy Scott judge, had a great regard forget to reward those of their are at thecammand of the cav- for pigs. One slept in his bed at night until it became un- - Representatives who stay with alry forces of the Czar. Wilson "on the job" at WashingThe horses available for the wieldly, then it slept upon his ton, nor will they fail to rememtransport, the ammunition and clothes, arranged on the floor for ber those who have deserted their the artillery service of the Rus- its convenience. Sir William Jones had a fancy posts to advance their own intersians, which require larger animals, are not so numerous, but for tortoises. It is recorded by ests. From this time on it will these needs can be provided for a friend of the great man that pay every Congressman to "stay in a degree by the use of great- after dinner he would snddenly on. the job. " President Wilson's er numbers of the smaller types. shout, in a loud voice, "Othello!" letter is worth more to his party Sir John French, in his official and a very large turtle respond- than" a thousand campaign report of the operations of the ed, crawling from the next room. speeches. Newark News. expeditionary force, tells of his It usually made its way to Sir calling upon General Sordot, of William's chair and remained, he It seems quite clear that the the French Cavalry Division, for feeding it with food especially average Republican politician is support in his retreat, and that t0 ts ling. hog-tie- d to doctrine and Sordet was unable to come to his One of the strangest instances ) either assistance by reason of the ut- where a strange freak pet was argument some five years obsotwo-thirdre-electi- on 20,-000,000 We Have a President, cuurt, PEPPERY COMPOSERS. pers of Thei- - Own. Kven In the presence of his ro72l pupils Handel would ometimes fly bate aiost violent p;issluu.- "You forget yourself, Mr. Handel,' . eonrt attendant said reprovingly oa one such occasion "You should shov more respect to her royal nighnessT "Royal highness!" snorted the musl-cia- n contemptuously. "Bah! De respect Is due to me! There are man' brincesses. but only one Handell" On another occasion, when George 1 Bent a message summoning him to ai-Interview, he returned this answer; "Dell his bajesty be bust waid. Ej tibe is bore imbordant dan bis!" Viottl, the famous French musician of the eighteenth century, had as equal contempt for royalty and an exaggerated opinion of himself, as thsa following story shows: One day hap was summoned to Versailles to play before Marie Antoinette and the courfc-Th- e performance had begun; the opening bars of his favorite solo commanded breathless attention, when a crj At the sound Viottl immediately ceased playing, cast an indignant glance at his audience, placed his violin under his arm and walked out "" the place When Marie Antoinette once Inquired of Gluck how his new opera was progressing he answered. "Madame, is Is nearly finished, and I assure yon K? will be superb," a conceit which by t&at of Meyerbeer, who, when a friend declared that if anything better could be composed thacs one of his rival operas he would dance-o- n his head, answered, "If that is so I should advise you to start practicing; at once, for 1 have just commenced the fourth act of The Huguenotsr Even Haydn, usually the most nscS-es- t of men. showed at times that br-baas good an opinion of his owi-meras any of his admirers. On one occasion, when a friend said tshim of his "Salomon" symphonies "Sir, I am strongly of opinion that yets will never surpass these wonderfnh symphonies." he answered placidly, "No; I never mean to attempt the its Miitert at Music Who Had Nice Tem was heard: "Place for Mgr the Comte d'Artols?" was-rival- ed d - CURIOUS CARD TRICK, It Deals With Odd Numbers, and Is a Mystery. There is a puzzle which may be per--' formed with any odd number of objects, playing cards being usually employed, and which any one can do, bnft no one seems able to explain the tzc son for it. Let us suppose the number-selecte- d to be twenty-sevecards, al though fifteen or twenty-on- e would ds Just as welL After having them shuffled hold then- in the left hand face upward and then-dea- l them face upward one at a time-Ithree piles so that the fourth carfi comes on the first and the fifth on t&P-toof the second and so on until yoc have three piles of nine cards each. Request any person who is watchicfr. you to make :i silent note of any csrdi he please- -, and when you have finished dealing to tell you in which pile the-carlies. By picking up the three pile again one at a time as before, the noi'-ecard will reappear. Ask in whic&pile it eonif that time and place that-pil- e in the middle as before. Upon dealing the cards into tbreti piles for the third time note carefully-thcard that comes in the middle o ther& With twenty-seveeach pile. tvill be nine in each pile and the Gftiwill be the middle eard. Now. whez the person who selected the card name?-th- e n n p d - e n - but what I5 the explanation or reason for it? What is the rule that makes iar always come out rteht. retrardless oi the number of objects used, so that ift Is odd? New York Sun Where the Fault Lay. newspaper man telN of a frlecti' who edited, with more ir -s success, a paper in a sma'l town That he was somewhat discouraged by the lack o. interest shown In hi journal was evidenced by this mitie ivbLu one after-aooappeared the editorial page: "Burglars entered our houe laaii" aighL To the evetfasHns shame of tho community for whose welfare we hav Inhored. be it said. the;, got nothing." Harper's Magazine. A pile in vhieh his eard cornea yot will know M. was the middle card- c that pile, v, jtn thH knowledge in you? possession jou can finish the trick is any manner you please. This Is only a statement of resulta - i n Bewildered "1 Him. say. Weggie. I'm In an awfuS mess. Miss. Smart means to sue mr for 'bweath of pwomise or soraethii?tt howwid like that." "Weally ?" "Yaas 1 said 1 was awfully sow wy not to ask hpr to mawwy me, nut dadiJ would out me off if I did, and all sb&-sai- d vtas. 'You needn't Imagine I'm of a girl that accepts an apology for man ' "New York Tribune. the--kin- d allowed unusual freedom hap- lete, or lacks either doctrine or pened at Liverpool some years argument of any kind whatsoago, when a gentleman walked ever. Many of them have opv Shrank From the Job: up from the docks with a lion in Angry Customer-Y- ou posed the administation's 'war certainly toot an execrable photograph of me. Phi attendance. As he pointed out on Athletic Vocalization. a person his voice?" asked Mr. Lobrow "So to speak." "Well, we've got one nest door toD? She hasn't thrown it yet. but she is- -giving it a terrible struggle.- "- Wasfe--IngtStar. "Is a ventriloquist who-throw- s tographer ones.-Baltim- ore But. sir. my plates are American sert-Blfi-ve Every one learn from his own experience; the wisp !eara.alw from the ea nerieiice of others. r THE --ADAIR5 COUNTY" NEWS THE; Dr. C. F. Crecilius, Secretary of State? infarming out 'offices Wednesday MHshed Every failed to cover his tracks. Sev- - BY THE -eral weeks ago he caused a stir By- Adair County News Company. by charging that Thomas 3. ars, Commissioner of Motor Ve ( INCORPORATED.) hicles, was embezzling funds EDITOR. that belonged to the State. By-a5 HAS- - S. HARRIS denied the accusation and the Jmocratlc newspaper devoted to the the City of Columbia and the people Franklin county grand jury took Adair and adjacent counties. up the matter. As a result of as sec- the investigation, Byars was exEntered at the Columbia i class mall matter. onerated, and Crecelius indicted Subscription price ll.GO per year. on three counts. The Attorney WED. OCT. 7, 1914 General was called upon to proceedings against Crecilius, and it is likely he will be removed from office. ADAIR COUHIX HEWS test. He has already spoken in Kansas, Indiana and Illinois and will later make a thorough can vass of New York State. With Theodore Roosevelt in the saddle, the Progressive party is very much alive, not only in Kentucky, but all over the nation. WILiON END05ES BECKHAM AND 4&0QHQ"Q"fr"Q"Q' &"Q"Q"9"fr004C49MQ4 , 6 WmmmcuuB. rs The Armies of Europe 4 Mobilizing for War The Farmers of Adair County should be mo bilizing for a Big Wheat Crop. CAMDEN. Post-offl- ce -t in-stitu- te fc ifj DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For U: S. Senator Long Term HON J. C. W. BECKHAM, The Democrats over the State will be busy from now until the election. Every Democrat should take an interest and do his part in getting out a full vote. . Twenty-si- x days until the No- vember election. ROOSEVELT COMING of Franklin County. For U. S. Senator Short Term HON. J. N. CAMDEN, of WoodfordJCounty. For Congress HON. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. For Judge Court of Appeals HONJROLLIN HURT, of Adair County. Former Governor A. E. Wilson," Republican candidate for United States Senator, and Judge James Denton, Republican candidate for Appellate Judge in this the Third district, filled appointments at this place last Tuesday. Judge Denton Spoke first, being introduced by Judge H. C. Baker. He wants to be elected to the Appellate bench, and urged his Republican friends to stand by him In the contest, and to not support Judge Hurt because he is man. It was a Republican speech thrdughout, but delivered in a very gentlemanly manner. He was followed by Gov. Willson, who was introduced by Judge W. W. Jones. The speaker was loud in his praises of the many achievements brought about by his party, and he did not think the Democratic party was doing anything to advance the interest of this country. He paid the lamented W. 0. Bradley a great compliment, saying that he did not have an equal in his life time among the leading men of the nation. He defended his own administration as Governor of Kentucky, and pinched the Dem. a local ocrats, charging corruption, extravagance, etc. There were between 250 and 300 persons who heard the speeches and they were about equally divided politically. There was but little enthusiasm, and the voters of Adair stand just like they did before the speakers came. A dispatch from Barbourville says that John A. Creech, Progressive candidate for Congress in the Eleventh district, and Nat S. Sewell, of Laurel county, Denv ocratic candidate for Congress, same district, have both withdrawn from the race in favor of former Congressman John H. Wilson, of Barbourville, whose name goes upon the ballot by petition, as an independent can- didate. Rollin Hurt is a countyman and Adair should give him a tre-.jnendo- us majority. The Kentucky Republicans are reckoning without their host if "That as Maine goes, so goes they are going to rely on Theo- the Union," and it is certain as dore Roosevelt keeping quiet in anything can be in politics, that this Campaign. Governor Willson, as Maine has gone this year, so who aspires to succeed the late will the whole Union go this year overwhelmingly Democratic. Senator, W. 0. Bradley, has pretended to be a great friend and President Wilson is as much admirer of President Roosevelt, interested in the election of two but in the last National Cam- Democratic Senators in Kentucpaign he cast his fortune with ky this year as he was in the Taft and went down in defeat Maine election. At the meeting of the Democratic State Central with him. and Executive Committees at Willson has no faith in the telegram Progressive cause, subscribes to Louisville recently, a was received by Senator James none of its principles, believes from President Wilson urging that it tends to Socialism, and the election of Beckham and has done everything in his powCamden to the Senate. It is aber in the past to defeat its cansolutely necessary that the Demdidates. Now that he again ocratic vote in the Senate be seeks high office, he has only strengthened and that the work honeyed words for the Progresof the administration be sives and he is urging them to The loss of a Democracratic come back again to the waiting Senator at this time would be arms of the Republican party disastrous to the Democratic and forget ,all past differences. party, and realizing the gravity When the support of Governor of the national situation the Willson might have elected a President is taking a personal Progressive Congressman from interest in the Kentucky Camthe Louisville District, he made paign this fall. speeches for Taft and the ReHe has said to his friends that publican nominee for Congress, he would be glad to make a and as a consequence the Demspeech in Kentucky for the tickocrats carried the district. Proet, but on account of the Intergressives have not forgotten national complications, he has Willson's attacks upon them and decided not to make any public they will support their own canaddresses at this time. A little didate Burton Vance, this Fall, later, however, he will issue sevinstead of listening to Willson's eral statements, setting forth wheedling words. the work done by the DemocratCommittee The Republican ic administration and appealing that called on President Roose- to the people of the whole counvelt at Indianapolis, where, by try, to support him and his parthe way, he had a most enthusi- ty in the patriotic work they are astic representation, received performing. the good news from him that he Gov. Beckham and Senator will make several speeches in Camdon, shoulder to stand Kentucky this Fall for the Pro shoulder with the President on gressive nominees tor tne ben-at- e all public questions. Senator and Congress. His active James, has done a giant's work entrance in the campaign will in fighting the President's batbring out the Progressive vote, tles in the Senate, and has had and with the thorough organiza- excellent support from Senator tion that they are making, it Camden. When Senator Camseems probable that the Proden's term expires, Governor gressive candidate, Barton Vance Beckham will be ready to cowill receive more votes than operate with the President in Willson, the Republican candisolving those great problems that date for the Senate. The Pro- now confront the party and the gressives have cast more than nation. 25,000 votes in the Louisville Every Democrat in Kentucky District alone and they hope this should go to to the polls in Noyear to exceed that figure. vember and cast his vote for There is no discounting the Governor Beckham and Senator popularity of Theodore Roose- Camden, and thus endorse that velt in Kentucky and people of great Statesman and patriot, all parties admire his ability and Woodrow Wilson. respect his courage. He is as THE ISSUE IN KENTUCKY. much in earnest in this fight as he was in the Presidential con- - In his opening speech at Som up-hel- d. Woodrow Wilson President considered the Maine election so For Wheat Drills important in its relation to Natand Fertilizers ional Politics that at his personal request Senator Ollie James Examine your old Drills now, and let us know what repairs made a number of speeches in need, thereby saying Express or Postage. that State. Congressman Bark-le- y of Kentucky was also on the stump in Maine and a number of other powerful friends of the administration lent their efforts to promoting the Democratic cause. The success of 'the Democratic ticket in Maine was most gratifying to President Wilson, as it was to Democrats everyerset, Governor Beckham said: where. There is an old saying, "Trip nhipf ifisnp. in this cam- - Sec Us you The Jeffries Hardware Store. fr4$4MQ.04"QMfr0"64 44Ffrfr$4& &&&$x$4Q$ 'S $&$&$$&& Pure That's exactly what vou - OTVipr.hp.r.......frc ofia Kentuckyor not the Deo- -' ( endorse the pie work and policies of President administration, and Wilson's whether they wish to add or to nnifTTi .- j J obstruct its further service and progress. In the election of the two United States Senators, one and the othfor the short-terand in the er for the long-terelection of Representatives in the lower House of Congress, on November 3rd., you are given the oDDortunity of expressing your appr0Val or disapproval of that administration, and also of determining whether Kentucky's votes in the two Houses of Congress shall uphold and assist the President during the remainder of his term, or shall - be used to oppose and embarrass him in all of his important undertakings. It you approve and endorse his administration and desire to give your assistance to the great work in which it is engaged, then you should supprot the Democratic candidates for the Senate and for the lower House of Congress; for in that way alone, at. this time, can you express your approval of it, or give any aid and encouragement m, m, 9,, Wool 4 get in our Big Woolly Blankets ( Extra Size 74 x 88 ) Weigh nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for So 00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them back to us and we will refund your money at once together with return mail charges and you are not out a cent. Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair,' prepaid . . nt ""-n- "" Vif nnr or x f.ir """icuiiuwiur xsiacK, prepaid- in lots of 5 lbs or more. Extra All Wool Fianel nl in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton Warp Fianel nice dark colors, plain 2dc twilled 3fic. Old Time Jeans pants in Regular sizes 82 2T) a pair. Just what you need this winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will be overrun and will cause some delay. Tflvl-.r- n $ niinlif.v Varn - t-- i. Farmers Woolen Mills, C(il4 P.O. Jamestown. Kv. E. L. REECE. Mftr. Shipping Point. Greasy Creek, Landing. ss$ eesa4a The opening at Somerset drew an immense crowd and the speeches of Governor Beckham, Senator James and Governor McCreary were received with much favor. It was an auspicious beginning for one of the to it." Governor Beckham is right. shortest and what promises to be The importance of this Campaign one of the most successful camfrom a National standpoint can- paigns ever conducted by the It in- Democrats in this State. not be over-estimate- d. Mr. Loren Bradley bought one saddle and buggy horse from Dr. volves the election of two Dem- ocratic United States Senators whose votes are needed in the Senate to support the policies of President Wilson. The election of two Republican Senators would be calamitous, to the party in this State, and a rebuke to the President at this crucial period when he needs the hearty support of every loyal patriotic Democrat in this nation. President Wilson is showing a personal interest in the election of Governor Beckham and Senator Camden. He has urged Senator James and the Democratic Members ot Congress to do everything in their power to bring about a Democratic victory in Kentucky this Fall, and he has likewise appealed to every friend he has in Kentucky. If President Wilson could make an address in this State, it would prove of great value to the par-fcv in this contest, but official. duties detain him at Washington and grave National and International questions engage his whole attention. Later in the Campaign, he will make a written personal appeal to the voters of Kentucky, to stand by the v Russell CreeK. Marvin Perryman will preach at Hutchison school house the second Saturday morning at Bro. eleven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murray were visiting James Sunday. Suddarth last Miss Cora Squires, of Summer Shade, Green county, was visit-in- g Misses Ruth and Ann Lizzie Squires, last week. Mrs. Cal Claycomb, of Bliss, was visiting Mr. Scott Todd's family last Sunday. Profs. Cabbell and Jones will sing at Cyclone school house the second Sunday afternoon. Cartwright, for $125. Mr. and Mrs. Ivin Bennett are visiting friends and relatives from Highland Park. Miss Helen Smith accompanied Miss Mattie Young home last Friday and attended the meeting at Clear Spring. Mrs. Dolphus Todd was very sick with heart trouble Saturday. J. W. Cundiff has the largest watermelon we have heard of in this locality. It measured 42 inches around and 45 inches i n length and weighed 57 pounds. This melon was raised in his tobacco patch. Can any one beat this in melons thi3year? Miss Rose Hunn passed through this place Friday eve to stay over night with Miss Amanda Butler, and attend the meeting at Mt. Pleasant that Bros. Taylor and Young have been conducting for the past week. Mr. Frak Burton and family, of MaGahu, were visiting in last Sunday. this-precinc- t Mr. W. R. Squires was in Tay- Apply Sloan's freely for Lumbago. Your attaeks of Lumbago are not lor county on business last week. Mr. Phil Sberrill, of Mt. Ca mel neighborhood, was visitin James Suddarth last week. Mr. Alver Thomas, of was visiting George Todd last ween. Camp-bellsvill- e, J. R. Cundiff sold one weaning calf to Brack Cain, for $20. George Todd sold one weanling calf to R. K. Young, for $30. J. W. Stone sold to same party, one Democratic Nominees. weaning calf for $35. ' ' nearly so hopeless as they seem. You can relieve them almost instantly by a simple application of Sloan's Liniment on the back and loins. Lumbago is a form of rheumatism, and yields perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates quickly all in through the sore, tender musles, limber up the back and makes it feel tine. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house- -r against colds, sore and swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and .like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ai THE' ADAlfc COUNTY-NEW- S Personals. & Honor Roll. Columbia Graded and fc lCntffe&&t Illtlll JUIIUUI. .J5J, mare mules, 2 two- - year-ol- d mules, good ones; one yearling and one year-ol- d "W. , T. OTXTJEY" . A3TORNKY-ATTEA-- Consisting of steers, heifers, cows 0ffice:-- ln Rollin Hurt's Office. must and calves and ouS yearling Hereford names on.the Honor Roll, they Mr&D.'A. Hatcher, Campbellsville, be neither absent nor tardy during the Bull. A nice lot of full stock Duroc rooms. Mr. Anderson is the was inhis place last Thursday. -- omonth, and must make 90 pifr cent.,! Hogs, consisting of sows, pigp Gilts and boars. Also baled hay, straw, carpenter. MrfrFrances Bernard, of Louisville, farm tools, wagons' and buggy. Untilfurther notice, we will pay the following prices for SPLIT who has twen visiting friends in Adair i least 90 per cent on deportment. Mr. J. D. White is building ADVANTAGES HIGtH SGHOOL.v county, left for home last Thursday and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair Co., Ky. This property is located in and near more room to his residence. " morning. SENIORS. Campbellsville, which is a very prosMr, and Mrs. Jo N. Conover left SatRex Holladay perous town of good people, noted for Mr. Kent Montgomery is doing urday morning on an extended visit Edgar Diddle money, factories, schools and churches. the work. to Monticello. Lettie Dunbar Besides a good public school the Price Per M. Pieces Mary Breeding Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. J. W. Presoyterians have a good private Rev. Dewitt Miiliken, of Warren Mildred Walker. Length school. The Russell Creek Baptist Roy, mother and sister of Mrs. On Heart Depth county, visited his sister, Mrs. Ray A&B C D Academy is located here a good JUNIORS. Montgomery, last week. in x 26 in $12.00 $ 6.00 Lander Bryant, were paying her 1 in n Creel Nell school that bids fair to grow into a Mr. V. Sullivan was in Louisville in in 2 in 30 x 15.00 8.00 If 6.00 Paul Hamilton. great college. The administration a visit rast week. several days of last week. 2 in 26 in 14.00 7.00 5.00- If in x is raising a $100,00.0 endowment fund FJtESmiEN. Messrs. Asa Loy, Nat Walker aud 30 fn x 30.00 10.00, 2J in Mr. Albert Bryant will go to J 21 in and.plans'tp purchase a large farm 15.00 Anna Eubank Count Stults were in Lebanon last 2 in where boys can earn their way and Louisville next week to buy their 2 in 26 m 8.66 x 25.00 12.00 Mary D Patteson . Wednesday. A ciarcus was the attic agriculture at the same learn scientf Cary Feese All Spokes must be splk from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark fall and winter supply of goods. traction. time. Sara Coffey Hickory. Spokes that are brash, also containing defects such as worm holes, knots, Real estate will begin to sell prompt Mrs. Ada SnowJaDdiMr. Hall Baker, Banks Hancock Mr. N. A. McKinley visited bisd pecks, wind shakes, sun checks, short crooks will be classed as jcuIIs. ly at lVa m. Terms onreal estate 3 of Creelsboro; visited Mr. and Mrs. C Paul Blair Mrs. Mattie McKinley, near cash, remainder on easy payments. AH spokes too small for 1 x f x 26 in. long will be classed at the price of G Jeffries last week. Bonnie Judd Terms on personal property, under town, one day last week. . "C" grade of this size or culled. EIGHTH. Mrs. T. B. Wells and ,,Mr. Manson v. 10,00 cash in hand, over $10.00 twelve Wel!s, of Irish Bottom, sister and Anna Sinclair months note, negotiable and payable Split 2nd, Growth W. Oak Spokes 30 in. Long. nephew of Dr. W. F. Cartwright. are Frank Jeffries in bank bearing 6 per cent interest. Monticello Illinois. visiting in Columbia. Price Per M. Pieces. No property will be removed until SEVENTH. terms have been complied with. Depth Length On Heart Miss Cora Squires, of Green county, CJ A&B Mary Hughes Sept., 29, 1914. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock-Anyowas the guest of Mrs. Jo Murray and $12.00' 3 in x 30m $20.00 SIXTH. 2in desiring to look over this Editor News: Misses Ruth and Ann Lizzie Squires, 3 in 30 in x 40.00 31 in 20.00 Lewis Coffey property write me at Lebanon and I last week As your paper is a welcome Huffaker Stewart The A and B Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will adrait of will meet you on property you desire Messrs L. O. Daniel and Monte Fox, Claude Young visitor to our home, it does me you. d to look at and show or less sap timber in sjzes 2x3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from stosk dealers, were here a few days Josephine Barbee L. Abell Collins. good to look over the columns of all other defects, tough and heavy. ago. "Estelle Denney Mr. D. F. Rankin, Danville, and The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than my home paper. I am sorry to M d Bessie Helm sap timber, but Do Not Delay. Mr. H. E. O'Dauiel, Lebanon, were; Lillian Logan both grades must be split from Second Growth White Oak, showing a good notice so many deaths in the j here last week, looking for cattle For a short time we will furnish .Nellie Simms growth. Don't split Brash Timber into Spokes, as we can not use them. Spokes The Adair County News one year, The paper. I am glad to know that old Katie Taylor Mr. U. P. Walling, of Campbellsknots, sun checks and short Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, one year, Kentucky is blessed with a good that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, Eva Walker ville, was here a few days of last'week. "" will be classed as cuHs. crooks one Farm and Fireside, FIFTH; v Mr. Ezra Moore and his sister, year, Boys Magazine, monthly, one crop of corn. We have fine corn All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or adFrank'Callison of Jamestown, were in Columyear, Household Journal and Floral through our section of the coun- dress, THE ADAIR SPOKE CO., Columbia, Ky. bia Thursday mornings en route for Fred Davis Life, monthly, one year, for SI 75. try, but the northern and south Robt. Gill E. G. Wethington, Mgr. Loqisviile. Call at this office and subscribe- or Rollin English M. O. Scott, of Edmonton, mail us a check or money order and ern part of the state hasn't such Senator For the first few weeks we will receive spokes only four days in the week. Robert Neat was in uoiumoia last weanesaay. the entire lot will come to you good crops. Well, I will give you Anna Dean Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Rev. M. M. Murrell and wife spent Lula Parsons some prices of the things here. Thursday night in Columbia, leaving Virginia Smith The German war has put the For Sale. Friday morning for Monticello. Mary Summers Pauline Allen .Mr. Oscar McBeath, who has been I have two small farms of about six- prices of things up higher. Wheat FOURTH. ty acres each, on the waters of Sul- is 93c per bu. Corn runs from making his headquarters in Louisville, phur, three and one-hal- f miles east of was in Columbia several days of last Mabie Rosenbaum 76c to 80c per bu. Oats are 44c Columbia. Cheap residences on each. You. want your pigs to eat as much as possible week. James Frank urn I put aome Also four residences in Columbia. per bu. Flour is $4.00 per hunwhen you fatten them. Give them a great variety Mrs. Margaret Tucker has returned TH1KT. hogs in the pen to Will sell on easy terms. of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in fatten and gave them Bee from a visit to Jamestown. dred. 25 lbs of sugar for $2.00. Alleue Nell Dee STOCK good order, and you will obtain the desired result; tn their feed. MEDICINE N. M. Tutt. I soon bad Frances Russell Mrs. G. B. Smith visited Dr. and Potatoes $1.50 per bu. Meat 25c g line, boss, especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of which netted me over 500 Mrs. Elam Harris. Russell Springs, FIRST. pounds. per lb. We have 200 and 30c Read this Offer. H. Ksner. last week. Gladys Ingram STOCK Djnlevie.W.Va. acres of corn on this farm. Will Mrs. D. C. Palmer, of Ashley, 111., The Dailv Eveninsruost until Jan.. MEDICINE sister of Mrs. W. A. Coffey, is spend-- J Notice to Stave Men. 1. 1915. Home and Farm uncil Jan., l, average from 50 to 75 bu per 25c, 50c and $1. per can. ing a few weeks in Columbia. Whets the appetite Helps digestion. 1915, a 1G page War Atlas' The Adair acre and is about ready for husk- At yonr dealer's. w t P. B. 4 .ic Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon, Lebanon, was iuuic uuj,uBoi,tt.M " uoumy JNews, one year, an lor $z, t 1 i.T our yara aepc. i, ihh. sugnbcnange Send in your subscription at once orinS anu L"e larmeia aie wisimig here Friday. El rod & Co. m prices call at the News office. The sooner j for the Kentucky boys to come Mr. Ray Montgomery was confined you subscribe, the longer you will re to his room with lagrippe last week. and husk corn for them. This Charlie Yates is improving at the best that has been grown in The Adair circuit court adjourned ceive the bargain papers. Melvina, the little daughter of Mr. last Friday morning. There were for- is a fine farming country, but ; tnjg tjme both , this part of Adair m years, and Mrs. W. M. Wilson, was quite A Good BllSJneSS for Sale. 'indictments returned which still it don't compare with old sick last week. J .V PpnHlPtnn of Grppna. !in Quantity and quality. The are classified in this issue of The WtMWWW4t v. .bW, Kentucky in some things. Mr. Sam Barbee, wife and baby News. burg, was in the community the farmers like Ed Whitlock, Luther In order to engage in other business spent last Saturday and Sunday in I have been in this state four first of the week receiving cattle. Willis and Allen Keltner grew we very much desire to sell our auto Public Sale. Columbia. mobile line. We will sell the cars very j years and I haven't hardly met Dr. Elam Harris, Russell Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nelson, of large fields of the weed and of low and they are worth all we will a man that doesn't swear, that If not sold privately before date of was in Columbia last Saturday. the finest kind. Many other sell publicly on October as. iui uiem. in is is a goou uusmess was born here. It is one of the ( Greensburg, visited theirrelatives Gri-de- r, sale, I will Mr. F. L. Selby and Mr. J. D. for some one that likes it, and we will in this community several days farmers we could mention have of Russell county, were here 13, 1914. sell cheap. If interested call on us. most wicked places that I was On my farm No. 1. one mile south-the quality but not the quantity. county court. of labt week. W. R. Myers & Son. east of Campbellsville, all of the fol-- 1 43 tf ever in All they care for is the Mrs. W. D. Jones and little son, Born, to the wife of Will Balowing described property; Mr. Thos. Do well, one of our Herschel Baker, Jr., will leave for Mr. Nathan McKinley has pur- dollar and riding in an automo acres situated just outFarm 115 siness men. spent last ker, on the 2nd, a son. their home, Knoxville, Tenn , Thurs--! side the city limits .of Campbellsville chased a farm in Taylor county, from bile. The 24th of September, I !best day morning. Born, to the wife of Elmer near Elkhom pike. This farm has on Mr. Walker Bryant and will remove to visited the State Fair, at Spring- - j Monday in Greensburg on busi- Mrs. A. B. Murphy, Saloma, Tay- it a new 8 room dwelling, which has it Consideration not reported. Franklin, on the 2nd, a daughter. lor county, is visiting Mrs. M. E. Dur- never been occupied, with all modern field, and I saw most everything ness Ozark. ham. eauinments. two new barns, stock and that a man could see. I saw onej Eld. Z. T. Williams, of Colum- - Mrs. Julia Baker, who has VnjmiP MrC ...... .... F'lnWPr.J IC viciHmr lior ... ...... in lnnrl 1UUOU1J IU ..w IUUU lUUaUAf! I11UCOW11C of the finest bunch of hogs I ev--' bia, called in to see us on his re- - been visiting in Green and TayDr. W. J. grass and in a high state of cultiva- son and dairghter-in-laCorn cutting is the principal ersaw and among them I saw j turn from Summershade Friday. lor counties for the past three Flowers and wife, Winchester. Ition. Considering location aud new! occupation at present. ' months, returned home a few Mr. Scott Montgomery and daught - buildi"S this is a rare opportunity the pretty- - ones of Lexington, He reports a fine meeting. a 1U ome. & er. Miss Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- - lor uuoue Brother Luther young is at Ky. The hog department is a Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Keltner days ago. She reports a fine Farm No. 2, located seven miles t Sunday at Sand Lick ter Elrod spent north of Campbellsville, and one mile home at present. He has been quarter of a mile long. I also j of Campbellsville, spent a few visit. Spring. north of Saloma, on Big Pitman creek, away for several weeks engaged Mr. Geo. J. Epperson, who has been containing Our old friend, John Pickett, meetings. The visited Lincoln monument. It j days here the first of the week about 115 acres 42 3 acres in protracted in Florida for some time, is at home of was the most beautiful sight I visiting their relatives. which is bottom land as good as the Lord has Blessed his labors. of Campbellsville, called to see on a visit. best, the remainder good upland, Mr. Strong Hill lost last week us one day last week, while visHev. "W. F. Hogard has returned mostly iii grass. On this farm there Mr. and Mrs. Jo Barger .visited ever witnessed, and I also visit- -' from Chicago, 111. His wife remained is a good dwelling, tenant friends in Russell county last ed Lincoln's home and satv lots ja saddle mare that he appraised iting his father and mother.near with her sons and will be there sever house, large barn, nice concrete cellar week, stopping at the homes of of things that he owned when a very high. this place. He reports business al weeks. and other necessary outbuildings. Mr. Blair and Mr. Geo. Conover. young man. I also saw a letter Miss Nellie Tarter, of Colum- good and everything' moving Rev. A Whitten, pastor of the There is an abundant supply of never-failin- g United Brethren Church, left ThursMrs. Pearl Maupin and chil- that Washington t wrote dated bia, is visiting her relatives in along nicely. water, plenty of farm timber day morning for Patesville, Hancock and only one mile from two schools dren are visiting her parents, 150 years ago. Well, I will ring this community at this time. county, to attend the annual Confer- two churches and four stores, and havMrs. John S. Moore and Mr. Mr. and Mrs Ruberts, on Green off. If this escapes the waste ence of said church. ing free delivery of mail at your door. James, the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harper, two of our oldest A nice place to live and a good place river. again. With C. O. Moss, was on' the sick list citizens, died on the 29th, with basket, I will come Bryan S. Miller and wife: and mothMiss Ada McKinley is visiting the best regard to The Adair er, Mrs. Sarah A. Miller, of Crocus, f to make money. a complication of troubles. They a few days of last week. left for Buffalo, K Y., to visit Mr. Farm No. 3, located almost adjoin- her brother, Mr. W. G. McKinCounty News and its many read ing Farm No. 2, and containing sixty Ts. B Miller. They will visit Niagara ley and family, this week. Luther Willis sold last week a were members of the Baptist I am, ers. Falls, Canada and other points or in- acres, in two tracts 14 and 46 acres, that almost join. This is good pronice bunch of cattle to Pendleton and Methodist churches. Their Mrs. Hadley and daughter, R. W. Dillingham. terest. ductive land, and has on it fair dwellfunerals were preached by Rev. & Hobson, of Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Todd, of Stan- ing, large barn aud other outbuildings. Miss Mary, of Russell Springs, Gradyville. church, ford, are visiting relatives and friends bungalo and all necessary are spending the week with their Quite a number of commercial Payne, of the Methodist in Columbia. Mrs. Todd, before her outbuildings, comparatively new lo- daughter and sister, Mrs. G. L. church, before a men were calling on our mer- at Big Creek marriage, was Miss Louise McGavock cated only a few blocks from Russell Blair. Charles Diddle is spending a chants last week. We take it large audience. Their remains and became acquainted here while Creek Baptist Academy. Mr. Lawrence Montgomery, few days in Logan county this family cem- teaching in the Lindsey-WilsoDesirable business lot located at the that 'they all did a good business. were interred in the Mr. C. A. Walker, of Glensfork, who junction of the Elkhorn Pike and L. wife and children, Mrs. Mary E. week. The Adair County Spoke Co., etery. has been athicted with rheumatism & N. Railroad. Has on it good Bolin, Phylis and Dudley Bolin, for a long time, was m Columbia Mondwelling, blacksmith shopj- and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Senator Scott, of Edmonton, will close up their lastyears stock They Make YOu Feel Good. ne subscribed for the News necessary outbuildings. day, was in our midst one day last of timber in a few days and we Kent Bryant, Sunday. when the paper started, sixteen years UORSES AND MULES. The pleasant purgative effect proMr. John White and family week. ago, and on this visit he called in and understand they will be on the duced by Chamberlain's Tablets One extra family and brood mare, and renewed for another year. We appremoved back to their home at this Judge.J. Carter called in.-td one farm and brood mare, and I market again for more timber. the healthy condition of body and all such friends. ciate gelding,-wel- l broken every- place yesterday. see us on his return from Adair The tobacco crop is about .all mind which they create make one used to autoraobile;one Mr. "W. J. Gabbert has ha'd a Save me your Magazine order, and I where, and Court. Circuit saddle and harness gelding, a cut in this section of the county feel joyful. For sale by Paul! Drug new ell added to his residence, wiU,save you some money . ' good one. One pair work mules, 15 4 Ad 44 it Geo. E. Wilson repairs on the front We are glad to note that uncle and we are glad to say that it is Co. hands high, ages 6 and 9 years, 3 three- - also some Mr. John Q. Alexander was in co- lHmbia a few days ago. EIGHTEEN J1EA7J CATTLE. COLUMBIA, KENTUOIY. Will Practice In all'the Courts. In order for students to get thei ATTENTION Farmers and Timbermen.M Split Hickory Spokes 30 in. Long. 1 m . 1 ne one-thir- one-thk- -- Semi-monthl- y, Miss-Laura- , - J for-$1.7- Scrubs Fatten Quickly healthy-lookin- scnibby-looki- ne I , I Bee Dee r - J i i I ty-eig- M J uj I 1 i 2-- 3 ..-- .. .... w, I I i 2-- six-roo- m Six-roo- m y n. six-roo- m - th'ree-year-ol- o five-year-o- ld 3-- i i THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS The Cotton Situation. The South has just marketed 'the most profitable crop of its liistory, receiving on average of 63 a bale and securing over a thousand million dollars. Six hundred millions of dollars was the export value of this crop and six hundred millions of dollars exceeds the trade of the United States with Europe. The South has planted, cultivated andjjbrought to fruition tbe crop of 1914, which is larger bal-lance Pertinent Philosophy. (By Jay E. House.) Buck Kilby can see nothing UflDE$TAK;E$. Bowels are Basis of Child Health e, PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful couch 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 1 was completely cured by The careful mother, who watches losely the physical peculiarities of her illdren, will soon discover that the wonderful in the fact that a ost important thins in connection with child's constant good health is to keep great volume of water flows over .ie bowels regularly open. Sluggish lowels will be followed by loss of appe-.itrestlessness during sleep, irrita-uilit- y the precipice at Niagara. Buck I keep constantly on hands a nice line and a dozen and one similar eviphysical disorder. says he's been to Niagara and f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and dences offirst sign of such disorder give At the ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. the child a teaspoonful of Dr. C. .veil's there is nothing to prevent it. Svrup night on retinns: over Cumberland Grocers Co., repeat Pepsin at the following nightand the dose if necessary more than that will scarcely A lot of the fellows who are in 'olumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits a great hurry have nothing to B. Rt once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement do when they get there. over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether Lo-ation J. Jones. Those who have undertaken the task of teaching the women how to vote should make their school Survey ing Land Owners Attention. too powerful for a child. The homes of Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 1036 Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith, Vtechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a. laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels sc that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own wrk. 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 lare bottle (familv size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simpl addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Monticello. ill. Your name and address on a postal card will do. - DR. KING'S New Discovery SUC AHU Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. il.UU At ALL UKUIililS IS. .H C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY than that of 1913. Birdseve view ot our Plant But unfortunately the commercial worldjlhasj been shaken by the EuropeanlSwar. Exchange money, credit, capital are thrown out of their normal relations at the very time when the South is marketing its crop that has cost it, accordingjto estimates in Texas, 9 cents, and elsewhere 9 Generally speaking,an efficient r. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do public utility is one. that is makyour Surveying correctly. ing good money on the invest He has thirty-thre- e years ment. experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or Our town is so write in its way that Tank Beverly's T. C. Faulkner, habit of reading and smoking in old-fashioned Special Attnetfn 10 Euf Fistulo, 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 1b done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BCRKSVILLE scents. bed has caused him to be regarded as a good deal of a "rounder." Residence Phone-1- doIum'i may have been exorbitant, he November 1, 1913, 63 per cent, doubts whether the amusement of the crop was ginned and in of whipping a man should be en1906 53 per cent. tirely free. November 14, last year, 74.7 The married woman who says j?er cent, of the crop was ginned to a bride, "I hope you will be and that mayibe considered the as happy as I am,' ' deceives noaverage for that date. By Janbody but the bride. uary 1, 05 per cent, of the crop There is no affection equal to was ginned. These figures give little margin that which a man lavishes upon for breathing spell. Time will himself. do much to reduce the disturbLotharie Simlick escaped marance of war. The ingenuity of riage by paying the girl to whom the commercial classes is great, he was engaged a thousand doland their power of adaptation is lars. And a good many men who one of their distinguishing traits. have had experience say that If we had time to consider care- was the cheapest way. fully the plansfor the protection Some women pretend to like sof this crop," those plans could be the Victrola records selected by devised and executed; but there their husbands. Others are is little time, as these figures more ti .thful and less polite. show. Louisville Times. Putting cotton warehouse receipts upon the basis of bonds Keep your Stomach and LiverHealthy has done much to give value to A vigorous Stomach, perfect workthe cotton crop. It has, so to ing Liver and regular acting Bowels speak, mobilized one of the chief is guaranteed if you will use Dr. elements of commerce, made it King's New Life Pills. They insure good Digestion, correct Constipation possible for the banks, without aid have an excellent tonic effect on with the cot- the whole system Purify your blood rxisk, to ton producers, the cotton factors and rid you of all body poisons through the Bowels. Only 25c. at Paul Drug and the cotton merchants in Co. Ad handling this crop. The low price of cotton has When a girl has a sore throat chocked the ginning and for sev- she always imagines that you eral weeks it checked the pick- imagine that she got it the way she didn't get it. ing. It costs, by a rough something like 3 cents to pick cotton. If it is to be sold It is an all around man who for 6 cent, a good part of it will knows how to eat a rich New Years dinner with French china, jiot be picked. But a change has already come snowy linen and cut glass, and csover the situation. The "Buy a at. the same time knows how to (33&ile" movement has had a di- eat a plain New Years lunch in rect effect of great importance. a cheap boarding room with a It has had a moral effect of even brown paper table cover and tin greater importance. Ic is a rec- plates. ognition of the solidarity of We have a lot of fool ideas. A Southern commercial interests. It is a proclamation to the farm- woman with eight pounds of ers that they are standing alone, store hair on her dome is sup but that the country is with them posed to keep her hat on at in with them in and will door gatherings. And a bald every way in protecting the value of t h e i r property. Louisville headed man is no gentleman if he doesn't take his hat off. co-opera- te gte. On an average 22 per cent, of There is much controversy the cotton crop is ginned by Sep- over the case f the Kansas tember 25. Last year, by Octo- woman who recently was fined ber 18. 49.9 per cent, was ginned; $14.80 for whipping a man. 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See me be"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- - W Latest im- writes W fore contracting. ceived from the use of Thedford's B yroved machinery of all kinds. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, B ht B Pump Repairing Done. Give liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe me a Call. saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, theywent in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's I. C. YATES ht made them break out, and she has had no B Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- Saved Girl's life S J One of the most famous fs Way up North, in Lapland, it in the world has been is the custom for mothers to taken down. It was the Kew take their babies to church. Gardens flagstaff, London, re- Sometimes they ride 10 or 15 puted to be the tallest in the Old miles in a sleigh drawn by a World. Its height was 150 feet. reindeer. They all have warm Experts will have to decide clothes on, the baby in partic- Coughs Dr. King's New Discovery All Druggist Black-Draug- more trouble. I shall never be without B BLack-draugh- T B THE dizzi- - 5 if S B in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, Black-Draug- " ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all' similar ht has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25, cents. U-6- J L0UISV1LL1 5 TIMES J B A FOR BRIGHTER, 1913 BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE LOUISVILLE TIMS! before she answers the ring. keep on hands a full stock of She w,ants to see whether it is a I coffins, caskets, aud robes. I also keep IS A YEAR. collector or an agent with someCaskets, and Steel Boxes and Metallic thing. If it is an agent with two hearses. Prompt service night or something to sell she will open day. Eesidence Phone 29, office If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDi I the door and buy something. If hone 93 TO US, YOU CAN GET J. F. Triptett, 1 yr it is a collector trying to get an Columbia. Ky Ad installment on something the When the doorbell rings a wom- last agent sold her she is not at an always looks out the window home. THE REGULAR PRICE OF whether it can be For over 50 years it has been a landmark in Kew Gardens, and on the death of a reigning sovereign and the coronation of his successor it has borne a specially large royal standard sent down by the Board of Admiralty. This year when it came to be examined by the men who are hauled to its giddy height by ropes, it was found to have so many weak places that it was deemed advisable to lower it to the ground, and this has just been done. The spar is a remarkably fine specimen of a re-erect- ed. ular. Oftentimes it is wrapped in bearskins. As soon as the family arrives at the little church and the reindeer is secured, Father Lapp shovels asnuglittle bed of snow, and Mother Lapp wraps baby Money Back If It Falls 50c. and $1.00 Births and Deaths in Air. The International congress for the codification of laws regulating marriages, births and deaths on board aerial craft, which has finished its labors in Geneva, has formulated a definite recommen dation only in the case of a death taking place in the air. It recommends that the pilot in charge shall be legally bound to declare the fact to the authorities at his nearest stopping place, or, if traveling in a foreign country to the nearest consul. Though it is admitted that the question of aerial marriages is not of pressing importance, it is pointed out that the precedent for a birth in the air was established during the Paris exhibition in 1878, when a child was born in a captive balloon 1,000 feet up. Douglas fir, and was sent to Kew Gardens by Edward Grey, a tim- $5.00 ber merchant in the Canadian trade, in 1861. It came from Vancouver Island, and was then 250 years old. Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. 45-- THE ADAIR COUNTi NEWS If you want to contribute directly to the occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that contain codine, morphine, heroin and other sedatives when you have a cough or cold. Any expectorant like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what is needed. That cleans out the culture beds or breeding places for the germs of pneumonia and other germ diseases. That is why pneumonia never results from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used. It has a world wide reputation for its cures. It contains no morphine or other sedative For sale by Paull Drug Co ad The Daily Louisville And The Times New - AND snugly in skins, and lays it down there. Then Father Lapp piles the snow all around it, and the parents go into the church. Over 20 or 30 of these babies lie out there in the snow around the church, and I never heard of one that was suffocated or frozen. The snow does not make them cold; for when it covers a person all over, if he has clothing enough so that it will not melt and wet him, it will keep him warm. The little babies are not strong enough to knock the snow aside and get away, so they just lie still there, and go to sleep. When church is out the father goes to where the baby is, and puts his hands down into the A Marvelous Escape. snow; then the reindeers trots 'My little boy had a marvelous esoff a good deal faster than a cape," writes P. F. Bastiams, of horse and takes them all home Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope. "It occurred in the middle of the again. night. of croup. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic, FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. He got a very severe attack As luck would have it, I Chronic Dyspepsia. had a large bottle of Chamberlain's The following unsolicited testimonCough Remedy in the house. A f te ial should certainly be sufficient to following the directions for an hour give hope and courage to persons afand twenty minutes he was through flicted with chronic dyspepsia: . "I all danger." Sold by Paull Dru Co. have been a chronic dyspeptic for Ad years, and of all the medicine I have taken, Chamberlain's Tablets have She Was Some Mourner.' done me more good than anything Making Echoes. else," says W. G. Mattison, No. 7, Sherman St., Hornellsville, N. Y. For Down in Georgia a negro who Did you know that echoes sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad Looks Good for the Farmers. but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah in could be made to order? In the past men built their Has the best corps of corr pondents. C0imty!!News both for 4.50 per year. Covers the Kentucky field pt fectly. Covers the general news flat i! Special Notice! completely. Has the best and fullest m and cathedrals with no thought of accoustics. Hence, when the preached, echoes rolled freely amid the groinings of the roof, down the rows of sculptured columns, and round and round the great temples had his life insured for several hundred dollars, died and left the money to hi3 widow. She The Paducah News-Democr- at preacher nave. With wires strung here and old-wor- ld kets reports. Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales at Special Prices. Hay Presses; Both Horse DEMOCRATIC in politics bs fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIF TION RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OI'ICE Dr. James Tripiett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. with tapestries spread there, many of the echoes of the buildings have been obliterated. There are echo expertsbuilders acquainted with the science of accoustics, whose speciality is echoes' destruction. Sometimes their tasks are hard. Today an architect takes thought of the echo. His building is constructed so as to exclude this intruder. And, knowing how to exclude it, he knows how to welcome it also. Columbia, Ky. RKa PHONE and Gasoline Engine Power. so. office: phone t SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Nine Disc. See or write him before buying. Stomach Pains for two years. I trice many thintrs for relief, but cot little help, till at last I found is in tne dbse pius or medicine 1 ever tried and Indigestion cansed me groat distress , Architects are frequently called upon in landscape work to put up summer houses and arrange rocks around them so as to create an echo there. And this they can satisfactorily .do. They Make YOu Pee! Good. pro- Woodson Lewis fi- - Umifi 'siwoiii SfiTsP? ? DR. KINO'S C. C $- The pleasant purgative effect ilw'HJUnlwl v xp l V i V VMS' s..;-,j- nRn.JiJ3fS, ". , duced by Chamberlain's Tablets and the healthy condition of body and mind which they create make one feel joyful. For sale by Paull Drug v. Ad Co. says: "There is not an acre in Kentucky that won't double in value in the next five years, due mostly to the European war," was the highly optimistic remark of Dr. Fred Mutchler, State agent o f farm demonstration work, to a group of men at the the Board of Trade rooms on the fourth floor of the Paducah City National Bank building. In Dr. The bereaved one sighed, Mutchler's opinion, the 'Euro "Chile, when I mourns, I pean conflagration has given the! mourns." American farmer the grandest A store run without profit, opportunity of his life. He says selling goods at cost, in which that the farmers of the United the saleswomen receive no wages States will be called upon to feed and the customers are owners of the world for the next three the stock in trade,' has been years, and the thinking ones who opened at the Sohocksink settlerealize and grasp this opportuni- ment house, near Philadelphia. It Signalizes the opening of a ty are going to gather in the campaign against the high cost "I have a 258-acbenefits. of foods waged by more than 100 county, on which families in the neighborhood farm in Warren I expect to make $25,000 in the through in buying. next three years," he says. I The sales, which are held on am going to make it off, of live Fridays and Saturdays, are man- aged by women who are partners stock. There i3 no money in cropping; in the movement. Each customyou have to feed it to get all out er buys at exactly the cost price, there being nothing added. in of the land that is possible." middlemen's profits, rental or To put an old phrase to good selling expenses. On the openuse once more, jthe Wilson ad- ing day meats, coffee and tea ministration is best judged by were sold much below the market prices. the enemie3:it'has!made. -re pre-,vailingi immediately bought herself a very elaborate mourning suit. Showing her purchase to her friend, she was very particular about going into details as to prices and ail incidental particulars. Her friend was very much impressed and remarked: "Them sho is fine does, but for heavins sake what is yo goin' to do wif all dis black underwear?" r 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS menu ui. luc mat. iiuc uj. luita uii me buuui. uui wuma auiieieu little !and we are still in condition to make effective resistance." "Between the Senne river and Reeth no movement of the enemy's infantry has occurred. In the circle from the Scheldt to the Senne daring and violent German attacks have been repealed Slight advances by both wings of the allied armies are indi by the. Belgians, who were well supported by their artillery. The cated in an official statement issued by the French War Office at German losses were proportionate to the temerity of their attacks. 2:45 o'clock this afternoon. At the same time the general situa"In the direction of Termonde the offensive movement was of tion is described as unchanged. no great importance, consisting of a long distance cannonade, ''We have nevertheless," says the statement, "made progress which had no appreciable effect on the detachments of our troops on our left to the north of Somme and on our right in the Southern guarding the approaches to the town. Between the rivers Dendre Woever district." and Scheldt there is no notable change. The brief announcement from Paris affords the only light from "In short, the German bombardment has produced no results official sources thrown on the great struggle in Northern France to. day. London and Berlin were still silent in the late afternoon, commensurate with its violence. The morale of our troops reproved by the is and what unofficicial reports reached this country by way of the main excellent and their coolness admirable, as capitals of the belligerents contained little to indicate the course successful resistance of all German infantry attacks." SUMMARY OF WAR NEWS. 0. G. MDWICX, Pru. J. I. COCKE. V, Pre. ' R. I. DIETZMAN. Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply ' Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 i ircmiiWSiGHTS DEALERS-IN mACtfiNiSTS N. ENGINES. 'BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS 1301 TfflRTeeNTft-Mftl- LOUISVILLE BBBK SMOKESTACKS Sheet. Iron and Tank WorX mf PFyBytTBl'BBBBBBM Paris, Oct. 1 (2:55 p. m.). The following official communication was given out here this afternoon: AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- "There has been no modification in the general situation. We have, nevertheless, made progress on our left, to the north of the Somme, and on our right, in the Southern Woevre district. Canning's first definition of the his personal and public trials Paris, Oct. 1. Seventy thousand Hindu troops have Monroe Doctrine. grievous to be borne. He nesd3 the allied army and are now taking Dart in the decisive phase of the great battle of the Aisne. Although these troops arrived on It has won acceptance abroad help. He needs the help which Tuesday, it was not until that the censor would allow the and approval at home, and will every loyal heart in America can fact to be made known. probably govern the American render him to a greater or Jesser The 70,000 Hindu soldiers, who were brought into the war policies of the United States degree. zone through the port of Marseilles, comprise the flower of the Call the expression of .this help hereafter. The M i n n e apolis forces of the British Empire's great colonial possession. prayers, or good wishes, or symJournal. The French and British are keeping up vigorous offensive pathy, or what you will, it is a movements on both flanks, the arrival of fresh troops enabling! A Man of Peace. vital force. them to relieve some of the men who had been under fire most of No true American in youth or the time since the engagement began on September 12. Although the German soldiers are making counter attacks At a time like the present when age ought to withhold this aid along the line, the extreme exhaustion of the invaders is shown by the nations of Europe are rush- to the President. The Santa lack of the vigor which characterized their earlier offensive move- ing at each other's throate, and Cruz Surf. ments. humanity stands aghast at the It is reported that Gen. Von Kluck has been forced to order "Honest" John. thoughts of the impending conthe retirement of a heavy section of his army because of the physflict, when the spirit of militarical inability of the soldiers to meet the violent assaults of the George Carter, a very just man ism pervades the Old World, and fresher soldiers of the allied army. the powers are determined upon carrying on business in a small slaughter, it is fortunate Ifor the village, found it necessary one GERMANS AND JAPANESE United States that there is at day to leave his establishment to IN SEVERE ENGAGEMENT. the head of the National Gov- the sole charge of John, his asernment a man of peace with sistant, and, a3 usual, thinking strength of character and force it necessary to impress upon him Tokio, Oct. 1, (1:50, p. m.) A severe engagement has been the necessity of dealing fairly opened by the German warships which cannouaded the Japanese of intellect. Happily, no imitaby his customers, left him with positions near Tsing Tau, eash of the Government of Kiau Chau, tion of war lord sits in the White the German leased territory in China. Two officers were killed. House. The course which this these words: "Well, John, if ever in doubt, German aeroplanes assisted the warship. country must follow is straight The Japanese War Office announces that an artillery duel at and definite. It must maintain quote a text to yourself, and you Tsing Tau continues. A German torpedo boat destroyer sank in strict neutrality, and avoid the will find great help from it in yesterday (Werinestay.) Apparantly this ship was not the harbor slightest appearance of favor your dealings." in action. From other sources it is stated that the German deHe had not been gone long betoward one of the belligerents stroyer was sunk by Japanese siege guns. It was officially announced late thi3 afternoon that a Japanese as against another. It is the fore a lady walked into the shop, mine sweeper off Kiau Chau was blown up and sunk. Three men friend of each and all of them and asked to see some shawls. German casualty list published recently con were killed and thirteen others wounded. Another Japanese mine and must so remain. The John, pulling one out from unThe thirty-eight- h tains the names of 8,000 officers andmen killed, wounded or miss sweeper was damaged, one man being killed and six injured. der the counter, asked her how (Me.) Sentinel. vessel, the supply ship Wakamiya Maru, ing. Another Japanese she liked it, stating that the was damaged. One man on board was killed and six were inprice was $2. It was a very nice TROOPS CAMP ON EMPEROR WILLIAM'S ESTATE. jured. The name of the mine sweeper which went down was The sure way to get things done is to go and do them; so one. but she, being able to afford Nagat Maru. when it began to appear that better, asked to see others. Washington, Oct. 1. Col. Golejewski, military attache of the John, ready as ever, fetched class certificate in this last issued the following official report from private capital would not finance Russian embassy, Rugby. Petrograd: American steamship lines to car- another out of the same box. and ' "On September 28, after stubborn fighting, our troops have beveral from here attended the People will soon be through ry American commerce, the Pres- spreading this out on the councaptured the German positions at Awgustowo and Kopetz. On funeral of Mr. Clayton Bell, at saving feed and cutting tobacco. ident promptly set about buying ter stated the price to be $3.50. Simno Sere- September 29 we took the defiles between the lakes at Edmonton, last Friday. Still she was not satisfied, so, some. Lejpuny. The American Policv. je and fetching another one, also out The box supper at Rowe Town been driven back into the region between. "The Germans have Our President. was well attended, but only a of the same box, he asked her Suwalki, Sejny and Marianpol. Our advance continues. German They sold few boxes brought. The peaceful settlement of how she would like that at $5. siege artillery continues the bombardment of Ossowjetz, but $6.00, which brought 30 vol the Dominican revolution is anfor Woodrow Wilson stands today The lady j!was "pleased; and At Schutckin and at Andrejew only unimportant our library. We will umes for other demonstration of the pru-de- as the only man on earth exer-- 1 wouId have' Mat;one; skirmishes are reported." have another one the second Satand helpful policy of the cising power outside his own j John flttS fed with.his success, urday night in October. EveryGerman troop ships, escorted by body invited. $1.00 prize to the President in American foreign country. In more than a figur- - m his raasters return told him Rome, Oct. 1. Thirty-on- e ative sense he is the temporary aj seven warships, have unsuccessfully attempted a landing near one that brings the prettiest box. aifairs. Windau, on the Baltic Sea. ruler of the world. AH hope of His magter wag very angfy; Mrs. Flora Rosson is visiting 1 President Wilson did not in- 3,500,000 Russian troops are now actively engaged More than peace, sooner and Mked him what Scripture her father, W. S. Pickett, at invent this American foreign the restoration of n the campaign against Austria and Germany, according to dis- Pyrus, this week. or later, must rest with him. quotation could have been in his policy. President Roosevelt put patches received here. moonlight school taught Meanwhile, the preservation :mind when he cheatsd the lady The it in operation over the finances by Noah Loy, at Red Lick, was of neutrality by America, the that morning. of Santo Domingo and President success. From 50 to 200 every BELGIANS MAKE HEROIC DEFENSE conciliation of Mexico, the sue-- ! - twa a lnun hrhfonari attendance and the dis Taft over the political governnight in with full importance, replied: AGAINST BESIEGERS AT ANTWERP. trict is greatly benefitted. We ment of Nicaragua. But' Mr; devolve upon this country. This "She was a stranger and I hope he will win the prize. Wilson demonstrated it upon a prestige must be maintained and took her in." Mr. Jim Fudge bought a good conspicuous scale in Mexico in Oct. 1. The Germans have demanded the surreeder this pqjwer exercised by the Chief London mare mule last Monday for the face of strong opposition has been refused. For Sale. Magistrate. of Antwerp. The demand $47.50. (2:10, a. m,)nAn official communication, is abroad and criticism at home, London, OcUl, We believe that Woodrow Wila 'dispatch to Reuter's Telegram Miss Launah Janes made a 'sec-- .' 'according to proclaimed ifc to the. world son is equal to the emergency,, 175 bushels winter oats, free from sued at Antwerp " ohdv class ; certificate and Mr. and cheat. 60 cents per bushel." sass; Company, . J. N: Squires. - Muncie Coomer made a first in a public address as historic as but his burdens are heavy and "Hie German artillery during the day continue the bombardre-enfor- cd Not before since the war began has the censorship been so severe. The latest Berlin announcement made last night said that the 'Allies had been repulsed at Albert, eighteen miles northeast of Amiens and that the German attack in Argonne was progressing steadily though slowly. The most recent word from the Belgian War Office also given out last night stated that the Belgians were successfully repulsing the attack of the Germans bn Antwerp. Fighting in the Far East has begun in earnest with an actack by the German warships on the land positions of the Japanese, who are besiegingTsing Tau in furtherance of their campaign against the district of Kiau Chau in China. The refusal of Germany to withdraw from this leased possession caused Japan to declar war. says that Japanese An official statement issued at Tokio y siege guns sunk a German torpedo boat destroyer while a Japanese mine sweeper was sunk off the harbor and a Japanese supply ship damaged. The somewhat vague Japanese statement gives the impression that the battle continues without difinite result thus far. Nothing is made known of the progress of the fighting in the A news dispatch from Petrograd eastern theater of war under yesterday's date says that a German squadron bombarded Windau, a Russian seaport in the Baltic, on September 24. The forts replied to the fire of the ships which, after destroying the lighthouse, withdrew. Gen. von Auff enburg, commander of the First Australian Army, is reported ill with cholera at Vienna. News dispatcher from Switzerland state that Austria is confronted with a serious shortage of food supplies: A correspondent at Paris referring to the events of yesterday says that the Germans continue a fierce attack on the Allies in the angle formed by the rivers Oise and Aisne in the direction of Yesterday's statement by the French War Office t. said that the Germans were repulsed at A French national committee is appealing for winter clothing for the troops, declaring that a long campaign in cold weather is a 'possibility. France has revived the office of Field Marshal of France. British revenues for the first half of the fiscal year ending yesterday fell off $13,500,000 while expenditures were increased by nearly $230,000,000. Austria has replied to the protest of Itally expressing regret that Austrian mines in the Adriatic have destroyed Italian fishing boats and promised compensation and greater care regarding these mines. It is reported that Italy demands an indemnity of $1,000,-00of events on the different battlefields. to-dato-day. INDIA SENDS 70,000 VETERANS TO FT0NT. JOBBLNCi WORK SOLICITED to-da- y -- Tracy-le-Mon- Tracy-le-Mon- t. -- 0. , Wat-ervil- le to-da- y with-outsiicces- s". nt . J J 'f? 31 j j ' j . itau t : 48-2t- . & 5 , i .'.j. &. Ll.. A