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Why little Melvina jkYilson was taken, almost tearing the heart cords of her loving parents asun der, is something we cannot understand, but after awhile the father RUsseli Circuit Court. Circuit Court opened at Jamestown last Monda, many people from all sections of the county being in attendance. Judge Carter and State's At torney. A. A. Huddleston arrived in due time, and by the noon hour the M' grand jury was instructed and in the IN afternoon went to work. There iB suiHcient business on the docket to keep Judge Carter busy into the sec-en- d T andmotfier will be advised will know why the Savior said, "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of heaven." week. Melvina was born in Columbia three There was a little stock on the maryears ago last July, and was permitted ket the first day, but few sales were to iive, the pride of the household, made until last Thursday afternoon, the ' The death of Mr. Simco Dockery end coming at 2:45 o'clock. and the effect it would have on a numShe was a great favorite about the ber of people of the county, was f rae-l- y discussed He left many notes and hotel where her parents board, her prattling voice and sweet disposition mortgages, and of course the estate bringing sunshine to all, the old as must be settled well as the young. The vacancy.oaus-e- d by her death brought sorrssv to all Stolen. Columbia homes, as for more than ten days the tirst question asked m the morning was "How s Melvina?" From Shirley Wilson's barn in every body being anxious for her to Green county, on Monday night, Oct. recover. May God comfort all who so 12, 1914, one dark bay horse, about 16 keenly feel this sad dispensation of hands high, six years old, with light Providence, and may they again see mane and tail, with a little crease,on her bright face in the celestial home the neck. For the return of this above. horse I will pay $10 00 reward For Religious exercises were held in the the capture of the thief I will pay Methodist church Saturday morning, Slo 00. Virgil Russell will pay $10 00 conducted by Rev. J. S. Chaudler and lor the return of the saddle and capEld. Z T. Williams, assisted by Rev. ture" of thief. The Government pays O B Bush and atthe conclusion the S30.00 for the thief. This makes in little body was bourne to the city all, for the return of horse and saddle cemetery and there deposited, t0 and capture of thief $S."3.00. Notify await trie resurrection morn. me at Cane Valley, Ky., After the mound had been covered R. B. Wilson. with fragranbtaiid beautiful flowers, loved ones arid friends sorrowfully KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. wended their way to their respective' ; Sunday morning for Bowling Green,, where their son, Mr. W. B. Hill, is The following were appointed to dangerously sick with typhoid fever. The advance in price of everything that affects the cost of pub- 7l se'rve as officers of the election for lishiug a paper leaves no room fas&.dollar loss in the subscription. 7K The recent hard rains of last week k Adair county ,by the Election Com- stopped our farmers from sowing compelled to receive pay sforeyery .paper or advance the We are missioners, on September 17, 1914: and' more than likely will do pej-yiasubscription price to wheat and we have heard some com-plaiWest Columbia. both within a very short time. The News can not exist on prom- of their corn souring in the M. C Winfrey, Judge. pay it must receive'what it earns. Thousands of dollars ises to shock. H. D. Murrj, are justly due this office and to be plain we want what is due. Ray Montgomery, Clerk. Mr Arvest Hill has recently comRobt. Penuycuff, Sheriff. Many statements have been mailed and but few have sent in the pleted a churn that is quite an impay. The time to clea:n up has come. East Columbia. If you fail to receive provement over the old way of churnEizy Young, Judge. j your paper you may know that you lose by not paying. It mating. Arvest says the women can Tom Bryant, " ters not how much money or property you have, or how good your churu with his churn aud peal potaL. T. Ne?.t, Cierk. credit is, we are compelled to collect and will begin the clearance toes at the same time. Frank Wnggener, Sheriff. of our books at once. If you have received a statement no other Mrs. Sallie Shirreli has a very valMilltown-notice is necessary. Where the paper is discontinued we will exuable mar-- that has been very sick for W. H. Burris, Judge. pect every one to square on our books just the same, and if not " Jo E. Johnson, " the past few days. She lost one about done within a reasonable time will use the most effecti ve agency for W. C. Yates, Cierk. two months ago. Geo. Kemp, Sheriff. collection. This notice outlining the methods we are compelled to Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Keltnec adopt should receive hearty response from every one who really deKeltneu. were very agreeably surprised one day Marshall Moss, Judge. sires The News. Justice and honesty should prompt every one to ast week when their son, daughter " Mannie Kemp, settle arrearage and not force us to use lega methods to get our and son W. H. Kemp, Clerk. drove in from the state just dues. George Rodgers, Sheriff. of Oklahoma on a visit. As foreign as it is from the policy of this office, as much as we GuADYVILLE Uncle Robert Keltner presented to dislike to inconvenience many who read the paper and promise to Porter Flowers, Judge. us one day last week a sweet potato, pay we can not continue longer to run on promises and hope. Take " D. C. Wrheeler, that grew in his garden this season, notice and act accordingly. Elmer Keen, Clerk. nt Election Officers. . e in-la- w Chas. Sparks, Sheriff. Elkoy. A. C. Froedge, Judge. " J. W. Reeae, Tom Rossen, Clerk. Finis Strange, Sheriff. Hakmony. Chas. Mitchell, Judge. F. O. McClister, " Alvin Loy, Clerk. A. Darnell, Sheriff., 5 lbs. A few weeks ago we reported a very large beet that had been grown by Mr. P. n. Keltner. Now we wish to ask the many readers that weighed Mr. H. R. Thurman Dead. Meeting at Zion Baptist Church. na- homes. i Bear iri mind that it you want to keep with the foreign war, the Review of Reviews will keep you posted. The articles are impartially written, and that the very best writers are editing the magazine. There is no better book than this periodical and it should visit every regulated home and every professional man should iiave it on his table. Address The Review of Reviews, New York, N. Y. u-- p October the iOth, 1914. IK i ir. tr The crop report as of October 1st is a difficult one to summarize. Corn is partly on the ground and partly in the shock Tobacco is partly on the ground aud partly in the house. The wheat crop is being sown, but is, unfinished. The facts ascertained by. the Department show the condition of corn to be 74 per cent., which means practically three-fourth- s of a corn crop. The crop will net be as large as indicated Leg Broken Twice. on September 1st on account of it dropping off 9 points. A great many Not seeming to improve as rapidly complaints in regard to corn not fillas it should, Fred McLean's broken ing out well on the ear have been reiimb was examined last week, and it ceived. This refers to early plauted was found that his ieg was broken corn, the later planted corn not havtwice instead of once, as was at first ing matured in many instances. thought. One fracture is just above The condition of Burley tobacco is the ankle and the other about half- 91 per cent, as compared with 80 per way between the ankle and Knee. The cent, on September 1st, 19 L4, with 77 accident occurred J illy 21, and he'can-co- t per cent, of this crop already housed. yet use his leg but very little. The condition of Dark tobacco is 8S Fred says he has been pawing the air per cent as compared to 72 per cent, with one foot for three months, and on September 1st, 1914, with G7 per that never before has he been in just cent, of the crop housed. The acreage the right humor to get out and re- of tobacco is only about 75 per cent, of lieve the minds of the watchful, wait- an average crop, hence there will be no large crop of tobacco thig year. ing ones, as right now. However, the crop will be fully one. third more than was indicated on Wanted. August 1st, during the drouth period. There is a good fruit crop, and winA man to sell and collect in Adair ter apples and pears should be abundcounty, good pay permanent employ- ant. Garden conditions have greatly ment. Address improved, allowing a condition cf 76 Singer Sewing Machine Co , per cent. Live stock is in good con50-2- t. Campbellsville, Ivy. dition, showing a percentage as follows: Horses. i)'.i per cent.; cattle, 92 Mr. Trabie Wickliff and family ar- per cent.: hogs, 81 per cent ; and sheep rived from Kewanee, 111., one day last 91 per cent. These is some cholera week and are now at the Trabue home- among hogs, but nothing Hke as much stead near town. Mr. Wickliff and this season as last year. Poultry of all his aunts have made a deal whereby kinds has done well. The turkey crop the former is given full charge of the will be an average one. F.ill pastures farm which he will cultivate. The are in good condition. Blue grass farm is somewhat run down, but it is shows a condition of 88 percent ; clover a good one; and Mr. Wickliff, being 7 per cent.: alfalfa, 83 per cent., and full of energy, will soon bring it out orchard grass, SG per cent. The of the kinks. Besides being a good acreage of cow peas, soy beans and alfarmer, Mr. Wickliff is a tirst-clas- s falfa has been materially increased citizen, hence himself and his exce- this season. llent wife and four boys were given a The indications are for the sowing cordial welcome. Trabue was partly of a large wheat crop, 41 4 10 per cent, reared here and of course feels some- having been sown by October 1st. All what at home. indications are that the Kentucky farmer has from 25 per cent to 50 per John Murrell, of color, who was one cent, greater crops thail he could well pf the best men of his race about Co hope for at any time during the" growlumbia, died last Jmdav nlirht. a vic- - ing season. m of dropsy. He was about sixty- Now is the time for the farmer to ht years old. He left a comfortable put in some cover crops, if he has not je for his widow and children He already done so, and thereby retain very accommoaaung ana polite the fertility of his fields for next year's the white population respected crops. Winter rains on bare ground for his manner of living. He was are sometimes as severe a strain, on ed in the colored cemetery, many the land as a fairly good crop of corn people aud a number of whites oryheat Rye, barley or winter vetch present. will prevent this washing and retain the fertility for the future use of the ton Atwell, of Campbellsville, farmer. No bare spots should be per jd in the Federal Court, Louis- - mitted to go through the winter - ' t week, for selling liquor. He Tou-rery truly, acted and fined $100 and giv- J. W. Newman, days in jail. He will serve Commissioner of Agriculture -- tive of Lincoln couuty. and was a half brother of Col. T. P. Hill, who was one of Kentucky's most noted law)ers. About twenty years ago Mr. Thurtran became a citizen of Adair county, and His whfe, was located near Milltown was a Miss Watkins, sister of the who old preacher who lost his legs in the Federal army, died about six years ago, and two or three years after her death Mr. Thurman left Adair county, nis whereabouts were not known here until the news came that he died at Lexingtou last Saturday week. The remains were interred at Stanford He was 79 years old. The subject of this notice was a We shall begin a meeting at Zion Baptist Church on Monda) night after the first Sunday in November We had hoped to begin on Monday night after the fourth Sunday in Oct , but it will be impossible to do so. O. P. Bush, Pastor. cf the News if they can beat the on the size of potatoes and beets. Let us know through the News. Mft-Keltner- s Jamestown. Ouraunual County Sunday School Convention wa? held here Sunday Oct. llth. The famous state worker, Mis3 Dance, held the convention and delivered some of the finest lectures ever heard for the occasion. There was crowd present and the speaker held the crowd in perfect awe. Sha told many thingsjthat we will long remember and wlieu the amount was made known of the county's assessment it was. readily contributed with an excess sufficient to payjher expenses to and from Jamestown. At the noon hour the good ladies showed their appreciation by the bountiful supplied table of every thing good that could be had and all preseut enjoyed the day to the utmost. A day or two ago the rains deceuded and the Hoods came. The heaven3 wept steadily for two days, cessing-onlthen because, ofjjfatigue, whereupon boreas succeeded Jupiter Pluvius and at the present time the inhabitants of our fair city are seeking the warmth and comfort of their firesides to conclude their hibernation when spring shall hive rolled around once y Glenskokk. Albert Johnson, Judge. " Tom Taylor, Arlo Rippetoe, Clerk. Albert Miller, Sheriff. Millinery. White Oak I now have on display a beautiful I line of millinery. Every body cordial- lv invited ol-Mrs. R. W. Hurt, t' Gadberry, Ky. Willie Burton, Judge. ' George Blair, Robt. Bailey, Clerk. J. S. Wilson, Sheriff. Little Cake. W. The corn crop on Green river was not damaged as much by the rise in There will be a Modern Woodman the river last week as at first supLodge organized at Cane Valley next posed. Mr. Sam Breeding stated that Friday night. Columbia Lodge No. ouly the crops on the low bottoms 12o02 will confer the degrees. were damaged and that about half. Mr. Cassius Breeding lost about one Public Sale. half of a GOO bbl, crop in a low bottom, Jim McQueary, " F Grant. Judge. R. B. White, Clerk. R. C Nea!, Sheriff. Pellytoji. Wallace Goode, Judge. John Gabbert, W. R. Knifley, Clerk. Tom Barnett, Sheriff. Notice. Having sold my farm atKnifley, Ky., with the' intention of going to In order to accommodate the trade, we Georgia the first of the year, I now wish to ask customers to call during offer for sale at the same place, on Sat- the week for Hair cutting at 15c. urday, Oct. 31st, the following proper- Saturday Prices will be 25c to All. ty. We are forced to do this in order to Ten Head of Cattle accommodate the trade. One Mule Sullivan Bros., Mare One 50 lm Asa Loy. One New Rubber Tire Judge W. W. Jones and Attorney Buggy. Farm Wagon and other Farm Im- General Jas. Garnett, executors or the will of the late Simco Dockery, replements. Also Household and Kitchen Furni- turned from Jamestown last Wednesday. They report that the decedent's ture. Terms made known on day of Sale. estate will x foot up 890,000. They bonded and are now in charge. S. H. Knifley, Auctioneer. cut-under Roley Ed Bryant, Judge. Has Abell, Harvey Lewis, Clerk. G. R. Reece, Sheriff. Cane Valley. J. I. Stansbery, Judge. T. T. Tupman, Elbert Page, Clerk. r J. B. Beard, Sheriff. Eoypt G. D. Bryant, Judge. Horace Murrell ' Jo S. Beard, Clerk. L. G. Weatherford, Sheriff. South Columbia, A. D. Patteson, Judge. Hudson Conover, " L. C. Winfrey, Clerk. W. L. Russell, Knifley, Ky. Notlice. Died. Mrs. Sallie E Pike, who was the wife of Samuel Pike, died at her home more. On Oct. 8th, W. J. Lawless was the recipient of a pleasant surprise. Upon the day named, there commenced pouring to his home a crowd of rela- ince at .tiiizaoe&nrawn. Pom Patteson, Oma Barbee ir Shaw went to Lebanon and stood examinations, ceused automobile chaf near Plum Point, last Saturday night. years old and was She was thirty-nin- e sick only a few days. She was a lady line. J. M. Kearns. who had many friends in the neigh borhood and will be missed, not only by her immediate relatives, but by the Lost. A full set of teeth somewhole community. The interment was where between Columbia and Amanda-villSunday afternoon, many attending. via Burkesville, belonging to Mrs. Fulton Grider, Amandaville, Ky. Liberal reward for their return. For Sale. J. T. Jones. A house and lok in Columbia, the lot containing 2J acres, located on 1 have purchased the barber shop Greensburg street. formerly conducted by Mr. G. W. W. C. Smith, , Lowe. I am prepared to give good t Cane Valley, Ky. service and will appreciate the patronage of the many who have been patMr. Mont Cravens, wife and son, ronizing this shop. Call when you Mr. Edwin Cravens are now located need work. Yours Truly. temporarily in Louisville. Mr. Y CraAsa Loy. vens is in the service of the government and the change was made in orDo Not Delay. der for him to have an opportunity" of spending Sundays with his family. ; For a short time we will furnish The Adair County News one year, The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, one year, Prices on Coffee Reduced. Farm and Fireside, one year, Boys' Magazine monthly, bne Pilgrim (fresh roasted)' I3c. year, Household Journal and Floral foe. Life, monthly, one year, for SI 75. Monarch Jfresh roasted) Call at this office and subscribe or None better. mail us a check or money order and 49-tRusseil & Co. the entire lot' will come to, you for V" 81.75. For Sale.V According to announcement, the I have two small farms of about six- meeting at the Christian Church r, Born, to the wife of Lee A. Lawless, ty acres each, on the waters of miles east of opened Monday evening, a latge conthree and one-haOctober 18th, a son. Columbia. Cheap residences on each. gregation being present. Eld. Montgomery is well known here as a sucfPlia rain I wpnMiar Finn 'uniiirui) Also four residences" in Columbia. cessful revivalist, and the song serv. Will.sell on easy terms. corn in the shock. ice, led by Miss Warnner, is inspiring. " N. M.Tutt. 49-8- t. 50-2Semi-monthly, Ah who are in need of a new wagon bed, or dressed lumber to make a new bed, call at J. M. Kearns' Machine Shop before you buy. Give him a cal on any thing you need in the repair e, f. s tives and friends, bnngiug dinners with them, who were for the purpose Fied Denon, Sheriff, of giving their host a surprise birthday party. Mr. Lawless has seen the Gradyville. snows of 70 winters, and is still a hale and hearty old man. Many were the We are having plenty of rain this presents bestowed upon him, and when week. dinner time came forty peopte sat We were glad to see the sunshine down to a loaded table and did full last Friday. justice to the fried chickens aud othUncle Charlie Yates has regained er auxiliaries thereon set out. The day will long be remembered by all strength sufficient to come to town. present aud we hope he will see the Diddle & Parson have a nice lot of return of the occasian many times. saw logs on their j'ard at this time. Rev. Gwinn, accompanied by his The Adah County Spoke Co , is re- wife, has been holding a series of meetceiving some very fine timber at this ings at the church here. The crowds time. were larger throughout the series than The protracted services will begin was ever known aud the meeting was here on Monday night after the first awarded with four professions, while Sunday in November, conducted by six joined the church. Mrs. Gwinn the pastor, Rev. Christie and Rev. conducted the song service and ren We are dered many beautiful and appropriate Weggener, of Campbellsville. all looking forward for a good meeting. solos. Rev. Gwinn is a minister of Will Diddle, Robert Wethington the Christian church and made many and Austin Wilmore spent a day or so friends while here. The school at this place is progress in Columbia last week. Old uncle Jack Napier, one of the ing nicely with a good attendance. Circuit Court begun here last Monoldest citizens of our town, has been day aud the docket is larger than usvery sick .for the past week. w ,Thos. Wilson, of Milltown, spent ual. The otlicers have the ork well up,and court will last two weeks- several days in our town at work on - Diddle & Parson mill, last week. Sul-phu- lf v - J. F. Pendleton, of Greensburg, spent a day or so in the Milltown section, last week, receiving cattle and hogs at a good price. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill left last L. P. Bardin, of Greensburg, was given four months and fined $250 in the Federal Court at Louisville last week for selling liquor. W. B. the Modern Woodmen' is'atCGrady- ville, to organize a cam'pat thabplac - Arnold, District Deputy of ' V P- V && THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS Big Educational Rally, Columbia, .Oct. 30; 1914. Everybody is Going You Come Lynching Declines. There were 155 unofficial executions in the United States in 1892. There were twenty-tw- o the first six months of 1914. The improvement of our civilization, the decline of barbarism, is decidedly encouraging. It is shown that 1892 was not an exceptional year, for the next year saw 154 lynchings. Booker T. Washington, who has been keeping lynching statistics for some years, is hopeful of the virtual ending of mob murders in the early future. He finds, by the way, that a very large majority of lynchings are not for the cause for which fatuous persons often defend the crime. And many of them are the mob's treatment of minor crimes or of persons changed with minor crimes and probably not guilty. 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 to the Fair Grounds) American Flag to the School having the greatest percent of pupils and patrons present at the 'rally. Attendance will be based on the census reports of the districts. Russell & Co. American Flag to the district having the second .highest percent m attendance. Calculated same W. I. Ingram. as above. 17 Neatest patch on calico (by school girl any age) Dr. Grissom. $1.00. Best made gingham apron (by school girl any age) Valuable Bar Pin Murray Ball. 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 any age) Shirt waist pattern Walker's Store. girl Specid All: Persons Notice Who Are Behind J8 19 20 21 22 23 24 4 5 Spelling contest (Written) Bible Joe Patteson 1 Pole vault (Boys any age) . Box of Fruit & Candy Garrison Bros. Sack Race. Boys any age and any number may C. R. Hutchison. enter. Good knife mile race. One teacher from each educational division may enter. Box Whitman's Candy. Flowers & Beck. One-ha- lf One Year on our Subscription Books' Will have to Come off, Under Declamatory contest for boys, any age $ .00 Dr. Triplett. Recitation for girls, any age. Valuable Book Page & Taylor's Drug Store. Best Essay on "Why Eradicate Illiteracy in Kentucky?" Valuable Book. Mrs. Cora Wrlson Stewart. the Law, if not Paid at once 25 100 yds dash. Boys any age. Boys 14 and under. $1.00 W. H. Wilson. Knife. Moss & Wilson. Goff Bros. The Will Not Government carry Papers in thf than one Year produce certain qualities which one has and the other has not; Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. 8 Best exhibit or display of work from any rural American Flag First National Bank. Best reader of First grade, who has entered school this year. Valuable Book Tobias Huffaker. 26 27 100 yds dash. Running Broad Jump. mile race. $1.00. 28 29 30 Boys any age. $ .00. 1 Hancock Hotel. Potato Race, Boys 10 Best Apple Pie. $1.00 Dr. Cartwright. Box Candy. Winfrey & Co. Taylor & & Rosen-Gowb- Mail for Parties who Owe More II 12 13 Best Loaf Light Bread. Best h doz Biscuit $1.00 baum. Representing Best doz Corn Muffins. 14 and under. $1.00 Bennett & Smith. It is regrettable, rather than surprising, that lynching should still be more or less institutional in parts of America. Our civilization is young, and complete advancement from the conditions of barbarism which necessarily existed in the- - American backwoods a century ago could hardly have been expected of us sooner than the Twentieth Century. Lynching statistics indicate that before this century is over mob murders will be as rare in Amer ica as they are in Europe. -- Frankfort y Co. Wheel Barrow race. Girls 15 and over.' Not more than two entries from each educational Division. Box Fruits and Candies. NeM 'One Box Stationery Dr. Murreli 3 1 & McCandless. 14 doz ears corn not more than two entries from each division (Corn must have been grown on farm of boys exhibiting same.) $2.00 Jeffries Hardware Store. Best Best Four boys from each Educational doz Photos made of boys together Buford Montgomery. while at the Rally. Relay Race. 1 Division. 32 53 Egg Race. Girls 14 and Under. $1.00 Dr. Hndman. 15 i doz Irish potatoes. Good Knife Reed & Miller. 16 Best glass of Apple Jelly, made by any school giJ Bar Pin, value $2.00. Paull Drug Co. Highest number of points won by any Educatioal Division, Two Schools in CoAmerican Flag. (Flag to go to the school of that division lumbia. winning the greatest number of points). Rules and Regulations Governing the Rally School pupils taking part in the contests must be in school age and must have entered school by August 24 and have been in regular attendance since that time. 8 The The regular The first rules governing all athletic events will be used on this occasion. winner in each event counts three points, the second two and the third one, in deciding which Edmcational Division and has won the greatest number of points; though no second and third prizes are offered, sub-distri- 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. btate Capitol. Hopeless Lung Troubln Cured. Many recoveries from Lung Troubles Bre due to Dr. Cell's Pine-Tar-Honey. 9 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-distrisub-distri- It strengthens the Lungs, Pine-Tar-Hon- checks the ct No admission will be charged tor entrance to the Fair grounds or to the addresses of the day or evening. Everything is free. 1 0 1 Only school pupils are wanted in the line of march. Place of delivering premiums will be announced on the morning of the Rally. Contentants in Domestic Science and Mannual Training must present specimens of work made by contestants. Cough and gives relief at once Mr. " W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N. C , writes: "I used Dr. Bell's in a case given up as hopeless and it ef- 1 The Fair Association has given all stand privileges to the two Columbia schools. 1 2 fected a complete cure." Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's If your cough is dry and hacking let it trickle down the throat, you will surely get relief. Only 25c. at Paull Drug Pine-Tar-Honey. the occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that contain codine, morphine, heroin and other sedat-ivewhen 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 Your Pall Cold Needs Attention. results from a cold when ChamberXo use to fuss and try to wear it lain's Cough Remedy is used. It has out. It will wear you.out instead. a world wide reputation for its cures. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, re- It contains no morphine or other sedlief follows quickly. It checks your ative. For sale by Paull Drug Co. ad Cold and Soothes your Cough away. Pleasant, Antiseptic and Healing. Children like it Get a 50cc. bottle A Factory on the Farm. of Dr. King's is'ew Discovery and keep it in the house. 'Our family A silo is a factory on the farm Cough and Cold Poctor" writes Lewis Chamberlain, Manchester. Ohio. and therefore lends itself to Money back if not satisfied, but it of the commercial and nearly always helps. Sold by Paul Drug Co. Ad Agricultural interests. The fars an ample supply of green food through the summer. On farms where a sufficient number of cows are kapt, therefore, silage is the most economical green feed for summer, up to the time when the corn crop reaches the milk or roasting stage when, if desired, the green corn can be substituted for silage. If you want to contribute directly to ion Separating Poultry. A good many people who The judges for the various events are to be selected by Profs. Moss & Wilson from the town of Columbio, and from the facultier and pupils of the two schools. The decisions of these judges are final. urge that avery rural teacher drill their children at school to march in the order that they wish them to march at the county rally, at Columbia. 13 The President and Secretary of the "Rally Committee" desire to express to the Adair County News their thanks for these posters (which are doin adnated by the News) and their vertising the Rally through the colums of the News. Do. Ad The Economy of Silage. For a number of years the anFisrt Division Mt. Pleasant, 3rd Friday in Oct. imal husbandry and agricultural Second Division Antioch, 2nd Friday in Oct. chemistry departments of the Train children to march in line and pay strict atThird Division Zion, st Friday in Oct. Wisconsin Agricutural College 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 have been carrying on tests to determine the relative value of greatest Educators, who will make addresses. corn ensilage and soiling crop3 as The Seri Indians. the desert, waterless and food tub cure. In this the patient arises summer feeds. As regards milk less, so rapidly as to escape pur just as the crisp air of the morn and butter fat production alone, We 1 Dates and Places of. Division Rallies From an ethnological stand- suing horsemen; able to abstain j..- - r J jj point; one of the strangest peo- !.. iiuia iuuu uiiu water iui uas, ples in the Western Hemispheres able habitually to pass barefoot is tear, tribe known as the Seri through cactus thickets and over Indians, living in the western jagged rock slopes without part of the State of Sonoro, Mex- thought of discomfort. They ico, along the shore of the Gulf speak a distinct language, and of California, and on the Island strictly practice monogamous marriage. Their hatred for alien of Tiburon in that Gulf. The reFrom tme immemorial Seri-lan- d people is hereditary. has remained practically un mains of ancient ruins in Seri-lan- d indicate that the inhabitants explored, partly because it lies behind a desert barrier, and part- have always kept their country ly on account of the warlike re- free from from invasion, and putation of its fierce and blood that for centuries their customs and arts, which are crude and thirsty inhabitants. These Indians arc of superb simple, have remained physique, able to run down fleet game and to capture half-wil- d Mexican horses without rope or projectiles ; able to run across Latest Society Fad. ing is mellowed by the first sunbeam. An ordinary washtub is then filled with hot water and soap suds, into which various articles of linen are thrown. After they are thoroughly saturated the patient takes them up one at a time and rubs them briskly up and down on a washboard placed in the tub. This is kept up until the hands, arms and face are glowing pink. The patient then goes into the open air and hangs all the. linen articles on a line stretched for that purpose. The one completing the task first announces the time to the others over the telephone, and is entitled to a prize. It is exciting sport and also invigorating t the two feed proved of practically equal value. It was found that silage could be produced at less expense than soiling crops, as it requires less labor to plow, fit and plant a field of corn than to prepare and plant, at different times, an equal area of soiling crops. "Corn silage is uniform in quality throughout the year.says the report, "and it'is well liked by the cows, proving more palatable than the earJy soiling crops, such as green clover or peas and oats. Owing to the different climatic conditions from season to season, it is, moreover, difficult to provide a succession of soiling crops which will furnish the Wisconsin farmer, without waste, The lateBt fad. in society is the might otherwise be successful with their poultry have their profit decreased because they allow the young and the old stock to rmain undivided in the the same house or pen or both during the growing period. At this particular time the young stock needs a great deal of food and needs to be protected from old ones, which, if allowed to do" so will abuse them more or less. If free range is impossible, separate provide yards and always keep the young in a separate room at least. If you have not a separate building you can very easily provide an extra room of some sort for them to roost in. Pullets getting ready to lay need more food as a rule than hens which have moulted out well, because the pullets need to finish their growth and maturity, as well as make eggs. This is another reason why the young stock and' the old should be kept separate. The feed question should also be considered as the young hen often needs different rations than the old in order to mers get the profit of both producer and consumer. We need more of these twin agencies of prospernty on the farms of Kentucky and business men cannot render a better service to their communities than encouraging the building of silos. The silo is a great business educator. It arouses the spirit of enterprise, developes business ingenuity and awakens the joy O Vli"? l 3 A farmer can build a silo for two or three hundred dollars, and it will under ordinary conditions pay a dividend of 40 per cent where it is to run to capacity. ... N They Make YOu Peel Good. The pleasant purgative effect produced by Chamberlain's Tablets and the healthy condition of body and mind which they create make one feel joyful. For sale by Paull Drug Co Ad r . There is one continual round of politics. The smoke from the general election this fall will no more than have cleared awQr when candidates for State officies Circuit Judge, Commonwealth Attorney, Circuit Court Clerk, County Attorney and Represen tative will begin to feel the pules or tne pudiic. Ana tne camJ paign next year promises to bj one of more than usual interest "' rf" a ." a. V - - -;-r1 T T 1'' (j Ui ns' -- 'Ijl . u r1! IT-: ;?--- . 1&f " iti.r-- j -- VW- krt ?'- - - i, W yM t&ep. 'THE .ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FREE a FREE every dollar is needed to keep things moving and to, make the most of opportunities. Luke McLuRe Willing to Oblige, Senator James, of Kentucky, stands about six feet five in bis Being a giant stocking feet. physically of course has numerous advantages, yet it is not without its serious drawbacks, as Senator James is willing to testify. Many of the tourists who visit Washington in great numbers consider the Kentucky Solon's stature quite as interenting as any of the capital's interesting features: so he finds himself the subject of numerous comments and the focus of many sight-seeineyes' He makes no secret of the fact that he is beginning to find this experience rather tiresome. Some time ago, after an unusually long and trying sessison, Senator James was hurrying from the capitol when he was g Primaries a Failure. V LINED WITH SPIDER WEBS. One Has to Cut One's Way Through the Roads of Paraguay. The roads of Paraguay are about flva Says. Maybe the reason why a woman is never contented is because contentment makes people fat. Lots of married couples imagine they are living together when There was recently a primary election in New York state. The final returns showed that a little more than 50 per cent, of the voters as a whole participated. They also showed that a majority of neither party engaged in they are merely putting up with each other. The female whose family consists of a poodle and a fern nev- Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes The 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 Laders. De Me'nevaPs descriptions have the piquancy and interest possible only because he was an actual of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by the fact that the very conservative French Academy publicly recpmmends them. eye-vtitn- ess er forgets the date of Mother's Day. But about the only date the mother of five or six children can remember is wash day. After a man takes a day off and tries to follow his own advice he isn't surprised that other people never pay any attention to what he says.' 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It is a magazine for the whole family Editorials, Comments on Congress, Photographic News of the World, Short and Serial stones by the greatest writers ot the day. The sort of woman who has to carrya revolver to protect her accosted by a stranger who blockPersonal Honor usually hasn't ed his way, seized him warmly by the hand and said; "Pardon much to protect. me. You're Senator Ollie James,-ain'A Marvelous Escape. you? I've seen your pict"My little boy had a marvelous esheaps of times. Glad to cape," writes P. F. Bastiams, or ure Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope. meet you. Say now" lowering t country. 'Get-Rich-Qui- ! -w"wAdair County .News rinlHfM-'c $7 50 ""'" 51.00 1 I 1 f Special combination includine the ume Memoirs of postpaid --- " Call or send subscriptions to this office. If you are already a. subscriber, your subscription will be extended for a4 year from its present date of expiration. t3 - in the middle of the his voice to a confidential, cajolnight. He got a very severe attack ing tone "say now, just be of croup. As luck would have it, I had a large bottle of Chamberlain's tween us two, would you mind If primaries are a failure they Coagh Remedy in the house. After telling me, confidentially, your are so because they are not prifollowing the directions for an hour exact height?" maries according to the original and twenty minutes he was through The Senator looked earnestly idea and purpose. They will onall danger." Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad and thoughtfully at the inquisi- ly choice when "It occurred this election. These disclosures have led several New Vork papers, to declare primaries a failure. Perhaps primaries as at present constituted are a failuse. The original idea and purpose of primaries was to give the voters freedom of choice. Primary laws generally, by provisions inserted by the politicians, prevent freedom of choice in fact. This is true of the New York state law as well as of the Pennsylvania law. In the Keystone state the primary law is regarded by the average voter as a gold brick, and thousands of them do not even take the trouble to register. Registration in Pennsylvania, just completed for the fall election, plainly indicates a falling off of at least 200,000 votes as compared to registrrtion for the last presidential election. yards wide throughout, and the trees meet overhead at a height of some eighteen feet, thus forming a tunnel of very uniform dimensions. In the clear parts of the tunnel that Is, where It is not choked up with the giant nettleIt Is full from roof to ground of enormous spiders' webs stretching" clear across the road, the big trees usually being chosen as anchorages and the total clear span being thus more like eight yards than five. The main cables or framework of the nets are composed of five or six strands of thick yellow web and are almost as strong as cotton thread- - The rest of the net Is made up of single and double strands of the same stout material, which Is as sticky as it Is strong. Every yard or so one of these nets extends across one's path, making it necessary to hold a cutlass or a fairly stout stick at arm's length In front a one walks. The makers of these troublesome brst picturesque obstructions are large-hlghl-y colored, gaudy looking spiders with bodies that look as if they were about to explode, they are so blown out and glossy At intervals in some more open space where the sky is visible one will notice a different kind of web. far more irregular In shape, but far larger than the others. Not content with available in the tunnel, these-webare stretched in complicated mazes from the ground to the very tops of the surrounding trees, with, clear spans frequently twenty or thirty yards from one tree to another. From these main cables smaller to the ground a drop of fifteen, twenty yards and the spaces In beor tween are filled up with a mass of webs spun In all directions. Magazine. the-spac-e s one?-exten- d "Wide-Worl- SIRIUS, THE DOG STAR. give freedom of There's a Reason. How many merchants who see Adair County News Columbia, Kentucky. their business gradually slipping away from them realize the un derlying cause of this condition of affairs, asks an exchange. Mrs. Q. W. Lowe, Itocal Agent fov GraiKi-Upright-"Player . McAdoo and the Banks. (stricti) High Grade) Certain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee. Take Supremacy. In lone, action and durability because every part careful, rigid scrutinizing inspection. Then the Piano in its entirety is sevevely criticis- -' ed by a corps of experts. If there's anything wrong we intend to find it before you do. If wedon't our warranty protects you THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY Factories: Chicago; Cincinnati. v Of course there may be a numSecretary of the Treasury Mo ber of reasons, but generally the PianOS Adoo recently made public a list principal one is that the people re-recei- tive stranger for a few minutes, then smiling, pleasantly at him, he said: "Would I mind telling you? Not a bit, my dear sir, not one tiny little bit. You see I've grown quite used to it; some fool asks it nearly every day." Pathfinder. Those Peace Treaties. the people, by overcoming the politicians, create legislatures that will so amend the law as to remove limitations and restrictions placed therein purposely to prevent popular choice. Some day the people will do this. Abraham Lincoln said, "You can't fool all the people all the time. Persona! Qualities. of 247 banks that had increased are losing interest because they Secretary Bryan has a good above the legal never see the merchants adver- record toend down into history, their reserves An esteemed correspondent quirement Of 15 per Cent. On tisement in print. and especially that part relating thlS llSt theie Were banks WhOSe The business man who never to the peace treaties. He has questions the validity of Presireserves ran as high as 75 per advertises can hardly expect to negotiated 22 of them and is dent Wilson's claims to so much cent, plainly indicating inten- successfully compete with the about to add four more, that four public confidence, and then cites tion to hoard money for the pur-po- one that makes advertising an being England, France, Spain several small affairs that throw HENRY W. DEPP, of demanding higher inter- important feature of his busi- and China. So we will have 26 a doubt upon the President's reDENTIST est rates. Some of these banks ness. Advertising of the right peace treaties that will stand as puted wisdom. It is possible, in the tide of circumstance, that Will be permanently located in had already demanded 7 to 8 per kind will always bring results, a bulwark against war. These Columbia, after August 15. cent., on loans, and some had de-- i and the buying public reads the treaties propose, when diploma- the President may have been All Clashes of Penhil work donu. Crown, dined loans altogether. The advertisements of a live paper cy fails to settle any question be- pushed to what he had to do and Bridge and Inlay work a Specially. All Work Guaranteed. secretary advised those banks on as religiously as it does the news tween this and the other coun- not what he wanted to do. Such Office over M. C. Winfrey's Groeerx situations often come into every mis usl mm were government columns. tries, there shall be an investigaman's life; but the little things depositories that if they contin The readers of this paper want tion by accredited agents on both A Splendid ued to exceed legal reserve re- - to know something of the wares sides of the controversy, to see should not condemn a man You Clubbing Bargain a quirements the government the merchants of this town have if the dispute can not be peace- must take the "exitus," as WashWe Offer ington's motto puts it, to judge would withdraw its deposits. for sale. If your ad is missing fully settled, and in the mean7 he Adair CountyjjNews a man. What is the effect of his It may be said that in so do they will probably turn to the time the two nations shall reand on the world? What is his ing the Secretary of the Treasury other fellow the man who goes frain from all warlike move- life The Cincinnati personality? And judged by these 'took the bull by the horns' after business and gets it. ments. The idea is to investitests, the President's fame is Weekly Enquirer and, perhaps, he did, yet no one gate and during the time necesFarmers in many localities sary to confer, the war fever secure. Both;One will question hisN judgment in the Year It is the personality that is to matter, or the justness of his throughout the State of Illinois will let up. It will every time. Only for course. Money is tight enough have entered into agreements Give the passions time to cool be admired; the influence of the Subscription may be already, and made tighter indus- with each other not to sow wheat and they will cool. All the na- spirit in his life; the sovereignty new or renewal try and business would suffer. this season. And they have tions, including those now at of the individual faith. These What the Weekiy Enquirer is gone further in their attempt to war in Europe, except Austria-Hungar- qualities put him above delegaIndeed, a panic would not be It is issued every Thursday, subscription price ?1.00 per year, and it is one of " of politicians and people of under conditions that prevent wheat being sown, and the best borne metropolitan 'weeklie of tohave signified their tions great day. It has all the facilities of the influence that rush to him with wereshaping. If there was ever have agreed that they will not consent to enter into this arDAILY ENQUIREU for obtatninsr the appeals to think as world's events, andfor that reason can help to thresh any wheat during rangement. On the basis of clamorous ....... .1: ii w lueyou an iuu iioiuhik uenn. "I. uiLiea nhip a time in the history of the counthey did. He did not bow to eva mmwac! mi? if nmniinf nf nlnn farm the year 1915. Thi3 action is be- these treaties, the United States matter, crisp editorirls and reliable ery little blast of personal or potry when a panic should be avoid-e-d market reports. Its numerous ing taken by progressive farmers need never go to war. It can. litical influence that swept over make it a necessity to every that time is now, when there who realize yiome, farm or business man. that something must stop building its dreadnoughts him. H was kindly disposed This errand offer is limited and we advise so many opportunities for the be done to combat "the ravages are tou to take advantage by subscribing for and dismiss its navy. There but firm. He was e above combination right now. Call employment of money to the ad- of the chinch bugs, and that We wish all our politicians were mail orders to will be no more need of any ships way, even if they someThe Adair 'County News, vantage of business, industry wheat is the greatest harbor the except the ships of peace Ohio that State JourColumbia, Ky. times 0 wrong.-Oh- io pug has. (Rep.). labor. At the present time chinch State Journal. and nal I se I It Was Given Its Canine Name by Vhv Superstitious Egyptians. The giant sun. the bright star Slrius. Is now called the "dog star" from the very ancient and curious custom ot The great nations cT personification remote antiquity perspnified every activity of nature that is, compared them to living men or animals. They didn't know a thtag ot anT law of nature, so they said that motioR Is caused hy living animals, because only animals have the inscrutably mysterious power of moving themselves. No wonder the ancients wera astonished to see an animal more Itself. And the wonder has vastly increased now. tor the ublest scientific man cannot possibly see how an animal is able to move. The overflowing of the Nile was the: chief event in all of Egypt. Without this pouring of water over the lantJ once each year, the valley would be a desert The Egyptians at a certain-perioin their long history notice- that when they first s:vv :he star Sirin-earl- y In the iimrnlug before sunrise to rise una ponr the Nllt rivei They peraonifiect over the banks. Sirins as a watchdog, watching the sun and the Nile and the land of Egypt, its people, destiny and harvests. The Egyptian name ot the Nile was Siris. and :he tnithfu: dog watching in the sky was finally named Sirius. Centuries later their horrible religion taught that it was necessary to murder or sacrifice a dog to the star Sirins to secure its aid in growing grates and herds This terrible habit of slaughtering animals to propitiate imaginary gods descended to the Greeks and The Romans named the star& near Sirius the constellation Canis Major (the great dog). New Yorfe American. d ito-man- s. Ministers and Ambassadors. The first minister plenipotentiary from the United States to England was John Adams Thomas Pinckney of South Carolina became the first minister to Eugland under the constitution. The United States continued to be represented by ministers until 1S93. when Thomas F Bayard of Delaware became the first American ambassador to the court of St. James. The first British minister to the Dnited States was George Hammond, who was appointed in 1791. Lord Pauncefote became the first British ambassador ij Washington in 1S93. He Fell Right In. His Wife I met our maid Anna just now on the street and she pretended not to see me. Her Husband Yon ought to point out to Anna the impropriety of such conduct His Wife But how can 1? You see, she had another girl with her, and it was quite evideiir she didn't want her friend to know sho was working for a woman who wore a two dollar and fifty cent hat Kbtt York I m.5u Post - ! im-possi- dle y, .! A- -r Peace With a PuncFr. "Here, what's all this row about?" asked the copper breathlessly. "Why. this woman is collecting money for the peace society, and when' refused to contribute she knocked me down." explained the meek looking1 man. Buffalo Express. ? "VI I - up-to-d- self-contain- ed ".. ' . "How's your play 1" "A great success. My erecfTiors ar" all coming to see if I am making? money, and through their patronage I am." Seattle Post-intelligenc- er. Great Scheme J them just because you've got Detroit Frep Press. Treat your friends as you do-- yew bank account Don't be reckless wit Your Friends. thn. v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWb a NEWS them out. Willson would be National .disgrace and there is Published Every Wednesday ,no danger that Kentucky will permit such a criminal blunder. BY THE -ADAIR , THE ntent of the Citr of Columbia and the Adfclr and his friend. President Roosevelt happens to remember that Willson was forTaft in last campaign and did every thing in his power to defeat the ProAiair County News Company. Governor Beckham is drawing gressive nominee. He was giv( Incorporated. ) great crowds - wherever he has en to understand that he cannot ,.,. dis- expect any quarter from RooseEDITOR. spoken, even in Republican 5HAS. S. HARRIS tricts his speeches have been re- velt's followers. The ProgressOtxnocr&tic newspaper devoted to the Iceived with great favor and hun ive newspapers are asking Will-so- n G0UH1X a. . I been "" -- people $&4444Q4Q6$4Hfr44$4$i4 D The Armies of Europe JUMobilizihg: for War The Farmers of Adair County should be mo bilizing for a Big Wheat Crop. adjacent counties. Post-offl- Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. ce as sec-o- ei Subscription price ?1.00 per year. WED. OCT. 21, 1914 dreds of Republicans have pledged him their votes. Gover nor Beckham's personal follow ing is a very laree and loyal one and they are enthusiastic over the assurance that he will represent Kentucky in the United States Senate. He win" speak every day from now until the election, but he would have to speak a half dozen times a day to meet the demands that are being to publish the correspondence but he refused to do so. It is understood that President Roosevelt himself may give cop ies oi the letters to the press a little later in the Campaign. PeHyton. Sq3s For Wheat Drills and Fertilizers Mr. B. F. Rubarts has just turned from a trip to Indiana. re- Examine your old Drills now, and let us know what repairs you need, thereby saving Express or Postage. The Farmers are about done sowing wheat and cutting corn. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Miss Sallie B. Rubarts visited There is no more popular Demher niece, Mrs. Emma Cundiff, ocratic speaker in Kentucky than Q :orTJ. S. Senator Long Term Harry McChesney, former Secre- in Louisville, last week. HON. J. C. W. BECKHAM, Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbells tary of State. He is accompanyof Franklin County. ing Governor Beckham and ville, was here Friday. Born, to the wife of Oscar Sin wherever he has appeared the lo.For U. S. Senator Short Term cal Democracy has been delight- clair, Oct. 1, 1914, a fine boy. HON. J. N. CAMDEN, Mrs. W. H. Lemmon is visitof WoodfordJCounty. ed with his speeches. His exposure of Governor Willson's fee- ing her daughter, Mrs. T. W. For Congress ble administration of State Hardin, in Campbellsville. HON. HARVEY HELM, affairs is one of the most inDarning is Dead Mr. J. D. Jones, Dunnville, of Lincoln County. structive and entertaining chapwas here Saturday. The ancient enemy of your political history of ters in the For Judge Court of Appeals Mrs. Charlie May, died last Grandma has "croaked" Kentucky. Mr. McChesney's Saturday morning. She was a H0N2R0LLINFURT, Too much BUSTER of Adair Ceunty. arraignment of Willson was so good Christioan moman and well BROW'S HOSE severe that the Republican com- liked by all her neighbors. She has made darning a thing of Judge Hurt is receiving favor- mittee refused to permit any leaves a husband and several litthe past. able reports from all counties in more joint debates if McChesney tle children, father, and mother, iMade of the finest this Appellate district, but Adair was going to appear. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sapp, and sevmaterials BUSTER county must do her duty and eral brothers and sisters to mourn President Roosevelt is urging BROWN'S HOSE give him a very large majority. loss. their is Guaran-teed-- 4 He has no enemies in the county, his followers every where to Born, to the wife of Willis Had-lePairs hence every friend should vote stand by the Progressive nomOct. 3rd, a daughter. 4 inees for Congress and for the months for him. and sold at Senate. He says that no true Lewis Cundiff, of Liberty, vas 25c a pair-$1.- 00 Only twelve days until the No- Progressive will vote for a Re- - here last week selling flour to a Box vember election. Do not fail to publican because that only gives the merchants of this place. be at the polls and vote for Rol-Ji- n comfort to the enemy. He Made The Moon Light School at this in Hurt for Judge of the Court charges that the Republican par- place has closed. It was very America ty is still in the hands of old well attended and a very good of Appeals. corrupt bosses like Barnes in interest was manifested. We Sold by In Louisville alone the Repub- New York and Penrose in Pennhope that "The Moon Light lican and Progressive vote fell sylvania and that no good can Russell & Co. Schools'' will be a great benefit off nearly 9,000 while the Dem- come from an alliance with them. to our State. ocrats have registered nearly up President Roosevelt will make a Mr. W. Holtzclaw, through his mark of last number of speeches in New to their high-watCampbellsville on business fasti year when thpre was a City Cam- York, Illinoise, Ohio and Ken- agents, Burchett & Sinclair, sold his Goose Creek farm to Mr. U. week. paign on. There is no enthusi- tucky; wherever he has ap- N. Taylor, of West Virginia. Mr. While cutting corn last week, asm in Louisville for Willson al- peared he has received a tremenTaylor will not remove to his John Will Cundiff cut his leg though it's his home town. He dous oyation and his popularity farm before next spring. just below the knee, which was spoke there last week to 35 peo- has not in any way diminished. very painful, and he had to lay ple which included three reportRussell Creek. all work aside for several days. If what Judge E. C. O'Rear, ers and the janitor. Mr. Sam Smith left for Iowa formerly of the Court of ApThere is a bad sore throat ragThe Registration all over the peals, and Republican nominee last Sunday morning, where he ' ing through this part of the State is very gratifying to the for Governor against Governor will husk corn until and country. Democrats. It shows in every McCreary, has to say about Gus then come back after his family. Zach Smith is visinstance an increased Democrat- Willson could be printed, it Miss Bessie Will Ed Squires was visiting-hiiting relatives at Cane Valley, Reic vote compared with the brother at Neatsburg, Sun-- 1 would make very lively reading. this week. publican and Progressive vote. He has neither confidence nor day. Mr. John Squires, who has many cases the Progressive respect for the In and Mr. Gilberc Smith and a Mr. fell off sixty per cent, and the is only awaiting an opportunity been very sick is better at this Morrison, of Gadberry, were vis- writing. Ttepublicans as much as forty expose him. The basis for his to iting Mr. Luther Murray, Sunper cent., in the registered vote. dislike is said to be the disloyalMr. Allen Keltner and daught- day. The truth is that the Republi- ty of Willson during the last er, of Gradyville, was visiting Mr. Trabue Wickliff and fam- cans and Progressives have been campaign, when he never turned Mr. Irvin Keltner Sunday and ily returned from Illinois last shot all to pieces in Kentucky a hand to help the party nom- Monday. week, and will run Miss Tillie and the bitterness between them inee. Vigorous efforts have Bro. Marvin Perryman of the farm for her the comis as great as it was in the last been made to get Judge O'Rear L. W. T. S. was visiting Ernest Trabue's ing year. Presidential Campaign. to take the stump for Willson, and J. W. Cundiff, Saturday and There was the best singing at Sunday, and preached a very in ' Press is but if he does make any speechThe State Democratic Cyclone school house the second es they will not be in favor of teresting sermon at Hutchinson a unit for the Democratic ticket. Sunday afternoon your writer the oleaginous and uncertain school house. There is no sign of dissension ever attended. We cordially in- anywhere. Their hearty sup- Gus, whose unpopularity with Mrs. Ed Stotts, of Bliss, was vite the singing masters to come port of the Democratic nominee the Republican leaders is giving visiting at John Cundiff's last to Hutchison school house to sing week. for the Senate and for Congress his party managers much for us. We haven't many good Messrs. Raymond Moran, of singers, but we have a large, very gratifying to the Demis Bliss, and Alvin Page, of Cane house and will have a large crowd ocrat Campaign managers. One There is general curiosity to Valley, were visiting John Will good newspaper article is equal of people there if you will let me work of half dozen spell- read the correspondence be- and Ernest Cundiff, Sunday. to the know a lew days Deiore you tween Governor Willson and Thebinders. The voters of Kentucky Mr. Perry Hancock is building come. You are welcome. Come are reading and deciding pub- odore Roosevelt. It issaid that an ell to his residence, which one and all. lic questions for themselves, and Willson made a pitiful appeal to will be a handsome home when Mr. Ray Caldwell, of Milltown, to come to his completed. the there never was a time when was visiting Will Ed Squires was such universal know- rescue in Kentucky, assuring there Mr. Eugene Grasham is build- Friday night. ledge of National policies and him that he would be" for him in ing a large barn for himself. Your Scribe was at the school the class of men needed to carry 1910 and that he had always Mr. Owen Wilson was in rally at Mt. Pleasant last Friday. made upon him. 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store. A 3 fiD3"4C&03 9"6$$$$$fr4$$$$ ' &&&&&& ' wfc ' &. 7 & 4b $ OBITUARY sixv., $ Pure Tint's exactly J&illK Woo! -- y, what von pet in ;r Rlz Woo'ly Waukets ( Extra Size 7 x 5." Weijrh nearly B'iu 1 'omuls. Prepaid anywhere for r ( a pair, and if you are no! just send them back to u? and we hi i refund your inTit-- ..i once together with return, mail charges and -- nu are not out a cent. Large Coverlets made like Old Stile Weave S7 00 a pai-- , prepaid subject to your approval. Extra quatit. Yarn at r5-- f.ir White and i;5 for II4ack prepaid in lots of lbs or more. !!- i) per u prepaid. Cotton ExtsaAII Wool Plaiib. 54 in -, Waiu Fianel nice dnrx color.- plum "ju r willed :5(tc Old Time .lean, uau'i; in. Regular si.kj ?2 2 a pair. .lustf, what JO'; need litis Mime. (Jiw us your nnl-- r now. rtonj wait, later w "Aill be overrun and will cause some delay. j j " Farmer: Woolen Mills. I' O 3$t .iamthwvm. K. l :j , 1'on.i. tJita.v ("reek. Landing. $$' ? Z '2 n . v;' y.t A.yJs. vv-w- N5 ' er I I . X-m- as . s This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good kThe best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with' long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, makea light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel, The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives non-breakab- of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. jngenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded .. with double refined sable iron. t The bolsters are of the best white oak. Jhey have an iron plate at top and bot- torn, riveted through and through mul- tiplying their strength. " The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds 'at all points. This is an exclusive Thornhill" feature. It prevents the le Ex-Govern- or i ,- t tetter service. .Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. ! Sold By Willi:: CM UJ'iJW GR ESNSBURG, 1 FWK KENTUCKY; The Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest IBaiKMHaSBSBBI , " t There present hn1 a-u- - r- -' : tri j -. .1 - ai u t.i vvhf.j I vai a dj.ljj! a iS': i ? en u f V" r - rF . b- i n Ex-Presid- ent til J'f ifeil We hope L weat her ).? SO T K l,i 'tm t im i .. rit yc vuv Con Xl. Mr tth. i iS a pi !?! kw school ch''!t ' -& i. ;M- -r . r'-e- tfti p"'i;. z 9 t:-v.'li -' u ij ',. , t.ifi:f! Wf. H3? TO nref-- J r ri i i- - "st.'j itf :T2i .IdCr -- F (IIS J ', make oiie t;.a. r. fe'VlR- - ill KV, THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS STOx & New Cash Store The Only One in Columbia. We have just returned from the market where we bought for cash a Jar&e stock of Merchandise for the trade. We will sell for cash, hence we can give you better bargains than a credit store. Call and see our goods which are now on display. We want to cultivate your acquaintance, and we want your trade. Next door to News Office. && $&. Neat & Murray. Personals. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Columbia, Ky. , "W. T. OTTLBY ATTonKnv-AT-rA . w Russell Springs. Mr. W. I. Inerrarn Irorri the St. Louis market where he j purchased his fall stock. Pltlf. I C. W. Young & etc, Mr. W. P. NunnaHy was here a few Chas. Montgomery & etc., Def. ) days ago. By virtue of a Judgment and Order Mr. E. Maun, Creelsboro, was in of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renColumbia one day last week. dered at the September Terra, thereof, 1914, in the above cause, I shall Mr. J. W. Cook, traveling salesman, called on the Columbia merchants a proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia, Ky.. to the few days ago. highest bidder, at Public. Auction, on Mrs. J.' F. Montgomery and her son, Monday the 2nd day of Nov. , 1914, at Mr. Ray Montgomery, left herejast one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Tuesday morning for Conroe, Texas, County Court.) upon a credit of six where tljey will spend two or three months the following described prop''weeks with Mr Cfarnett 'Montgomery erty, Two certain tracts of land nd family. situated in Adair County, Ky., on the JO and Edgar Harris' visited Frank- - j waters of Glensfork and Cedar Creek y and consists of two tracts of land, fort aud several other points in . which is described as follows: The last week. first tract contains 130 acres more or Mr. C. E. Cunningham, of Louis-'villless The 2nd tract contains 18 acres was here a few days ago. be the same more or less. Both tracts Mr. T. F. Durham, Danville, was are fully described by meets and here one day last wtek. bounds in the Judgment and Order of sale, which in of record in Order Book Mrs. II. B. Ingram left here last week for Illinois, to visit her sister, No 14. Page 272 to which reference is Mrs. Isaac Ingram, who has been very made for particulars, in the office of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court. sick for two weeks. Said two tracts of land will first be ofMr. V. A. Hunter and mother, of fered separately, and then both togethLouisville, were here the latter part er, and the bid or bids will be acceptt of last week, en route to Burkesville. ed that will produce the most money. Mr. A. B. Gowdy, Campbellsville, For the purchase price, the purchaser, is spending a few days with relatives with aprroved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal inin Columbia. terest from day of sale until paid, and Mr. T. A. Goff, who has been m having the force and effect of a JudgOkla., was here last Saturday, ment. Bidders will be prepared to to Cumberland county. comply promptly with these terms. Mr. Guy Richardson, of Oklahoma, i W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. , is visiting relatives here. to-wi- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT re urr.ed has OF KENTUCKY. ICOLUMDIA, KENTUCKY". Will Practice all'the Courts. Office: In Rollin Hurt's in Olfice Smile 1 A while And when you smile Another smiles Ana soon there are miles . And miles Of smiles. And life's worth'.. while, Because you smile. ' t f 1 Now if a smile makes life worth while, t: Why don't you .give me a fair trial? 'Ken--'tuck- e, Just buy a ring, a bracelet or a locket as a test, If you would have me smile my best. And I in turn a guarantee will write, So that your face with smiles may light. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fenre relatives. There was quite a crowd went A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick from here to Jamestown to hear and satisfactory fence. Simco Doekery's will read. School is progressing nicely NOTE THE PRICE. under the management of M. H. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high- Price I5c Bernard, principal; M. H. Hale 7" 6 " it 26 ' ii ii and the Misses Combest, as " 6 " ii 32 " ii teachers, there being about 160 ii 8 - The health of this community and town is very good, with the exception of Rev. J. G. Stanton, who has been sick for some time with paralysis, but is improving slowly. Mrs. J. N. Edmonds has been sick for gome time, but is now gone to upper counties to see Special Notice! Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. lc j t Murray Ball, Thejeweleri J to 165 enrolled. Mr. C, A. Hammond recently returned from Hot Springs, Ark. where he has been for treatment. He seems to have greatly improved. C. Popplewell, this place, and M. F. Upton, of Eli, went to ii 8 9 9 i I it 9 6 9 " " " ii ii ii 32 39 39 ii ii ii 18c it ii 22c 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. J. Frankfort last week, represent- Local Market. To-day. j en-rou- te ManParmley, of Cumber- - Statement of the Ownership, land county, is visiting her sister, , agement, Circulation etc., ReMrs. Dallas Goff. quired by the Act of August Miss SarahlMulJiuix, who has been 24, 1912. very sick for several days, is .lmprov-jng- . Miss Zelma J Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool IS S 8 I! 00 5 7 ing Odd Fellows, in the Grand Lodge, which convened there. W. H. Stanton recently purchased Hindman Womack's farm on Russell Creek and intends to move to it as soon as he gets possession, Mr. Womack is going to Illinois. W. W. Owens, Longstreet's trader, went to Hustonville last week. Mr. U. T. Selby and J. H. Steph ens each took a drove of cattle to Stanford market last week. Mr. Alonzo Aarris, of Eli, mov ed to our town a few days ago occupying Dr. J. M. Blair's prop- Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed a to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiFll Wagons. "Satisfaction or your money back.' Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothing, both at old prices. We : have not taken the War in Europe as an fcxcuse to ask Advance on Anything Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels FuFL Lime for this month, only 90c. 4 ! Salt. spring clipping ' ! Hides (green) 28 12 i I Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Roo Way 45 - .... 4 00 25 :i 2o Editor, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Bus. Mgr. C. S. Harris OF KENTUCKY- Pub. The Adair County News Co. Columbia, Ky. A. R Feese & etc. , Pltlf. Read this Offer. vs. Owners: (If a corporation, give SJunice Schuler & etc , Deft, f .i its name and the names and addresses Daily Evening post until Jan , By virture of a Judgment and Order The of stockholders holding 1 per cent., or 1, 1915, Home and Farm uncil Jan., 1, of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renmore of total amount of stock. If not 1915, a 16 page War Atlas, The Adair a corporation, give names and ad- dered at the Sept. term, thereof, 1914, County News, one year, all for $2. dresses of individual owners ) in the above cause, for the sums of Send in your subscription at once or 200.00 with six per oent. interest from The Adair jCounty News Co. call at the News office. The sooner the 3rd day of June, 1913, subject to a Columbia, Ky. you subscribe, the longer you will re- C. S. Harris, credit of $9.00 paid June 26th, and Mrs. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky $15.30 costs herein and $110.75 and inceive the bargain papers. W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky terest at the rate of six per cent, per mortgagees, annum from the 8th day of July, 1914, Known bondholders, Wanted. and other security holders, holding 1 until paid, and $50.50 costs herein, I S7.00: black skunks, per cent., or more of total amount of shall proceed to offer for sale at the Live minks $5.00, Write me for particulars, Jas. i bonds, mortgages or other securities: Court-hous- e door in Columbia, to the Weatherford, Bradfordsville, Ky. highest bidder, at Public Auction, on (If there are none so state.) None. Monday, the 2nd day of Nov., 1914, at Average number of copies of each one o'clock, p. id., or thereabout, (beFor Sale. issue of this publication sold or dising County Court,) upon a credit of tributed, through the mails or other- six months the following described wise, to paid subscribers during the property, t: A certain tract of Forty horse power 5 passenger Case six months preceding the date shown automobile in perfect condition. Cost above. (This information is required land situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Caney Fork creek, $2,300.00. A real bargain. from daily newspapers only.) 2,000 and is bounded and described as folP. O. Box r15, Lebanon, Ky. C. S. narris, Editor. lows: Beginning at a stone buried in 49-tSworn to and subscribed before me the ground in the center of the county A Good Business for Sale. road corner to J. n. Beard and J. W. this 5th day of Oct., 1914. Sublett, thence with Sublett's line N. seal: Jo S. Knifley 30 E. 35 poles to a stone, thence N. 48J In order to engage in other business E. 32J poles to a stone, thence S. 30 E. Notary Public Adair County, Ky we very much desire to sell our auto25 poles to the center of the aforesaid My commission expires Feb., 19, mobile line. We will sell the cars very road thence with said road S. 48 W. they are worth all we will 1916. low and 52$ poles to the beginning, containing ask for them. This is a good business 5 acres, but there is reserved from this Ukes it, and we will Keep your Stomach forsome one that and boundry y of an acre heretofore concall on us. sell cheap. If interested A vigorous Stomach, perfect work- veyed to the Cumberland PresbyterW. R. Myers & Son. 43 tf ing Liver and regular acting Bowels ian Church at Kelleyville For the is guaranteed if you will use Dr. purchase price, the purchaser, with apThey Make YOu Peel Good. King's New Life Pills. They insure proved surety or securities, must exeThe pleasantpurgative effect pro- good Digestion, correct Constipation cute Bond, bearing legal interest from duced by Chamberlain's Tablets and and have.an excellent tonic effect on the day of sale until paid, asd having lie healthy condition of body and the whole system Purify your blood the force and effect of a Judgment. mind which they create make one and rid you of all body poisons through Bidders will be preparred.to comply ifeel joyful. For sale by Paull Drug the Bowels. Only 25c. at Paull Drug promptly with these terms. Ad Co. Ad 3o. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 49-4- t. to-wif. E. B. Barger, wife and "child, and sister, Miss Mary Myers, returned home from Pittsburg, Pa , in Mr. Barger's auto, last Sunday evening. Mr. Fred Hancock, 'of Louisville, was here the first of the week. Of The Adair County News publish ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct. Apple(per lb) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. 3J l, 1914. XAME OF P. O. ADDRESS ATTENTION Farmers am mbermen!! -- oUntil further notice, we will pay the following prices for i SPLIT KICK erty he recently purchased from ORY Oliver Wilson, on Mill Street. Alonzo is a nice man and we are and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair Co.,iKyi Split Hickory Spokes 30 in. Long. Price Per M. Pieces On Heart Depth x x X X 1 glad to see such move here. The Russell Springs Mill, under the new management of Cooper & Evans, is running full time and making a good grade of flour. G. Length A&B $12.00 15.00 14.00 30.00 25.00 IS IS in in 5 in in in in 26 26 30 in IS in 2 2 30 in in in in C $ '6.00 8.00 7.00 D $ 6.0ft 6.00 5.00 10.06 R.-,rI 2h 15.00 X 26 12.00 2in 8.00 A. Kimble S. A. 2Jin Messrs. All Spokes must be split from good live, straight grained. Black nr SMI Antle and Sylvanus Wilson reHickory. Spokes that are brash, also containing defects such as worm holes, knots turned last week from Cincin bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks, short crooks will be classed as culls. nati, where they went to buy long will be classed at the price All spokes too small for 1 x x 26 in. J tall goods. "C" grade of this size or culled. Robert Ingram, cashier of the Split 2nd, Growth W. Oak Spokes 30 in. Long. Bank here, sold his Ford autoPrice Per M. Pieces. mobile to Jo Maupin a few days Depth 1 -- Liver-Health- y The C grade takes m Spokes that are more than d sap timber, Ibm both grades must be split from Second Growth White Oak, showing a '.gooc? these muddy roads are not the growth. Don't split Brash Timber into Spokes, as we can not use thera. Spokes place for a pump tired buggy that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, knots, and" one-thir- Keporc is ior 43U. Elbert Darnell, of Darnell Hdwe Co , swapped their to a pair of mules and buggy, with Less Combest, of Dunnville, Ky, So we all see au-tomob- ile ago. On Heart in Length 2iin 3 one-thir- A&B 'Q or less sap timber in sizes all other defects, tough and heavy. d $20.00 $12.00 31 in 40.00 20.00 The A and B Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit x N x 3 in 30 in 30 in 0$ 2x3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from wagon sun crooks will For further particulars call on or aA Well, as I have'not written to ADA,R SPOKE E the News in some time and have """p Ky. G. Wethmgton, Mgr. , place only a few days lived at this For the first few weeks we will receive spokes only four days and have not learned all the peomthe weel Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ple, will close. CO-Cb;a, be classed as culls. All Oalt Spokes must be 30 in. long. checks shdtl ' THE ADAIiEOOUNTY:NEWS fas . President Wilson is Right. ' FOB THE CHILDREN Why He Wanted the Coat. When the cruiser Boston went into action in the battle of Manila Bay one of the powder boys took off his coat hurriedly, and it went over the rail Into the water. He turned to the nearest officer and asked permission to jump overboard and recover it Naturally the request was refused, so the boy went to the other side of the ship, climbed down the ladder, Hwam around to where the coat was ' floating and came back with it "The action was noticed, and the officer ordered him put in the brig. After the battle the boy was court martlaled and found guilty of disobedience of orders, and he made no de-- diDE$THKE$. A beinsr President Wilson's action with regard to offensive statements made in the United States by foreign diplomats comes none too soon, nor can it be too vigorously followed up. These Remedy No Family Should Do Without 'M'nre'fin manv neonle like R. Tenn., and Mrs. H. C. Davidson, "Wart- race, lenn., say they would as soon be without the necessities as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can a sample bottle sent to the home have free of charge 11 sSmplv addressimr Dr.w . .rtj..t.l by iuo iir ., viasningion st, !" ly vnuvuu,Your- name and address pfonticollo in. ,on a po&tal card will do. "Pr-- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and" very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, out l was completely cured Dy fense. Being in command of the fleet, Commodore Dewey had to review the findings of the court He sent for the lad and asked him in a kindly way why he had risked punishment for an old tears and exThe plained that his mother's picture was In the coat pocket and he could not - coat boy broke into pardoned. "Boys who love their mothers enough to risk their lives for their pictures cannot be imprisoned on this fleet" tv said. The gallant commodore fairly picked the boy up in his arms and then ordered him to be instantly released and bar to lose It Evolution of the Dollar Sign. The abbreviation "Ps," to signify pesos, was the origin of the American dollar mark, according to a Spanish When America American scientist was first settled the Dutch and the Spanish were strong competitors for the trade of the world. The word dollar is but a corruption of the Dutch "thaler" or "thaller." a coin much used In commerce? at that period and which superseded the "pieces of eight" of Spanish coinage. The peso or piaster, which was the Spanish name for the "pieces of eight" was worth approximately the same as the thaller, and as the Dutch name was easier to say it pelled to do. found a place in our language in the It is to be hoped that his action corrupted form, while the abbreviation for the peso remained as the sole re- will serve to teach indiscreet rep minder of the Spanish mintage in our financial records. resentatives of foreign powers i self-respecti- indiscretions of the "trained" diplomats are peculiar-l- y distasteful at this time. They tend to increase the difficulties of B. Jones. the Government. Either directly or indirectly, they challenge its announced policies The idea that seems to possess some foreign diplomats that this Land Owners Attention. is a country where anybody, no matter what his official position, T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do may appeal from the Government your Surveying correctly. to the people or give unsolicited He has thirty-thre- e years advice to the nation did not, of experience. Charges reacourse, originate with the indisonable. Phone 74 or viduals who are at present in bad write odor with Washington. T. C. Faulkner, We have had similar imperti? v Columbia nences from foreign diplomats before. In taking appropr'p Business Pho e 13 P action President Wilson is simply Residence Phone-1- B doing what was done in the case N. MURRELL DR. of the Frenchman, Genet, and the Englishman, Sackville West DENTIST He is doing what any Office, Front rooms m Jeffries BTd'g government is comLo-ation Surveying matter how healthy a human may be it is safe to that many months are passed without '.ot .me obstruction of the bowels, in other :ords, constipation, even if only ternary. The bloatingr. the dull feeling iay start after the evening meal. If a .xative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. f keep constantly on hands a nice line Hence, it is important you and for f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and all the members of yourfor famil ' that a pood, reliable laxative be always kept adies Robes, also a nice Hurse. in the house for just such emergency. It Is sure to be needed, and when needed over Cumberland Grocers Co., ou want it at hand. No famil v that is areful of its health can do without such 'olumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. But the question of i remedy. have on hand is also ofwhich 'emedy to vast Importance. J$ Tho laxative most highly recommended by tho majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep No sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of theto gentle qualities and because it is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver "and bowels, and TT. i c, all-arou- DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, HI. DRUGGISTS. 50c AND AT ALL C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON lr - VETERINARY Birdseve view ot our Plant m r vt j Tsava :x3.- - &' w "v ni -- SWBWar"" "" i at- - 3ri"$- r? - I Special Attnetin in Fye. Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices, lam ell fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 8N BIMSVILLE STREET. Joseph "Largest in Dixie" H. Stone, w Attonev-At-La- J. V. I J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, Kentucky ng Louisville, Kentucky. I i r- - -- up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Made A &qv rJan c ' h EVERYTHING IN uT. Alston, Raleigh. JS. i: liver and kidneys did : bud four bottles ot i.etv- ct cian. imade ine fee; ' ks WHOLESALE Windows, 'Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, 1 t; fll rC32er:HaE,K7S5--trcxr. i h b?2iiffiy?? n i 1 must change their seats, and the one AmrUoeif7Q fonf tVo not getting a seat must take the place of the one in the middle. This is a ' American people feel entirely ca variation of the well known "fruit .basket" pable of formulating their own Girl Scouts. that, although we have citizens The Grocery Game. necessary At least eight players are t play "grocery game." These are of British, German and French seated in a circle, and one of the play birth, for example, the repreers stands in the middle. The player In the middle gives each one in the sentatives of those nations are circle the name of some article to be purchased at the grocery. Then, stand- not warranted in speaking here ing in the center, he calls out the name of two articles, the names of as freely as they would at home which he has given to the players. own house; in brief, that The two players representing thest in their two groceries must change places, this is a nation and not a collecwhile the player in the middle tries to et into one of the seats. At any time tion of foreign colonies. Presthe player in the middle may call out "Groceries !' Then all the players ident Wilson has done well to Daily stomach, head pud back."' " :' "I vassufferi:."f g:ij i . iu - Courier - Journal :,' .i $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier - Journal ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized PRICE 50CTS. M ALL DStl'G STORES. i and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. 3 Anyone A ffjUJ EXPERIENCE OVER 65 YEARS' $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News policies in external affairs and Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- qulcklr nsccrtain our opinion free whether an y Invention is probably patentable. C confidential. HANDBOOK cni'uicnia patent?. sent free. Oldest acency for Patents taken tbrouch Munti A tvtcial notice, without charge. In ths mimnnlca-tionsptrictl- Designs rfnlfn1 Copyrights &c. a sketch and descnntlon endtiig Trade Marks may uniform consists of a white blouse, asset. Chicago Herald (Ind.) khaki skirt with two side pockets and a row of buttons in the front and a .Ted, black or blue tie, according to the choice of the troop. A khaki mackl-2a- ApplylSloan's freely for Lumbago. coat and camping outfit complets Your attacks of Lumbago are not the equipment nearly so hopeless as they seem. You can relieve thein almost instantly by The Queer Little Mantis The mantis is a queer shaped Insect, a simple application of Sloan's Liniwhich is able to resemble objects in ment on the back and loins. Lumbaform and color. It is thus able to protect itself, for it can imitate leaves, go is a form of rheumatism, and yields rocks, dead wood, sand, shells, etc., perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates and only by careful watching can it quickly all in through the sore, tenbe discovered. Some of this family are very attractive, one in particular, der musles, limber up the back and which is shaped like a pink flower, be- makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of ing beautiful. When it is at rest on a Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any plant it flattens its joints and looks drujitfist and have it in the house .like a blossom on the green leaves. against colds, sore and swollen joints, Boy Scouts Band. rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and The First Pennsylvania Boy Scout like ailments. Your money back if band of Levristown, Pa., has received much attention of late on account of not satisfied, outfit does give almost the excellence of the boys' playing and instant relief. Sold by Paull Drug their smart appearance. The boys have Ce. Ad been on several trips to Canada, where they were enthusiastically received; to Washington at the time of Charles Clark, who was supthe inauguration of President Wilson, and many other places, where they posed to be blind, asked a man to have taken part in various celebralead him to a restaurant in Pittstions. -- The girl scouts have an organization similar to the boy scouts. They are are not disposed to tolerate atdivided into patrols and troops with a tempts to manufacture and use membership of "tenderfeet" first and 6econd class scouts. Their motto is. American sentiment as a foreign "Do a Good Turn Every Day." The CO- - Scientific a ( State News Local News 6 handsomely Illustrated, weekly. 1 irref t cir. JJ a culation of any ncienttde Journal. I .. year: four months, J. Soidbyoil IVIUNN & Co.36Broad"Nsvv York Urai:ch Office. (25 P SU Wajbiuston, V. C jtefeast Eaat Mathef Street? Between firshand Brook Market Reports (4 (4 44 .ouis";.;e. 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In Tasmania dentists are forbidden by law from any form of advertising. Ceylon is endeavoring to produce snough sugar for home consumption. Chicago will employ prisoners In bouse of correction at broom making, ate. TIMES FOR 1914 one with deadly fury. Some of the laborers working in the grounds hurled stones at BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER The Judges of the Court of among lawyers and Appeals will have to work out throughout the State on the knotty problem of whether question. judges this THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMS S the county unit law is constitu- tional, as the "wet" advocates in several Kentucky towns have put the matter up to them. Some are going to be greatly disappointed over the decision. There is a wide difference of opinion on hands a full stock of IS A coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDFf day. 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Chronic Dyspepsia. farmers who stand like stumps The following unsolicited testimon DEMOCRATIC in politics bt in the highways of progress and ial should certainly be sufficient to fair to everybody. $ give hope and courage to per3ons af- in such a situation the undertakflicted with chronic dyspepsia: "I er is an important factor in de- the attacker, but the stones had little effect, and an attendant, who was hastily summoned, gamely went into the pit to the e assistance of the animal. He got hold of one of the large bear's hind legs, but was unable to pull the bear off its victim, while the female companion of the big bear seemed to resent the attentions which the keeper was paying her mate. With a heavy spar of wood the keeper drove off the attacker, but only for a moment or two. The keeper also used a heavy whip until it broke. In deadly grips, the two bears rolled into the water, but the fight continued for some time, until the big bear was eventually beaten off. Badly mauled, the victim got into a cage, and its wounds were dressed and restoratives applied, but without avail, for the animal died later jn the evening. An examination of the carcass showed the terrible power in Bruin's claws. From the manner in which the big bear commenced to beg from the spectators immediately after the fight had ended the unequal nature of the combat was evident, for he appeared to have suffered little hurt. over-born- the greatest President that this country has ever had. If he had not been wise and levelheaded we would have been in a bloody war with Mexico. He is determined that the United States shall not become involved in the European war. The Democratic party naturally expected the President to make political speeches during the coming campaign, as has been the custom of former Presidents. President Wilson, while a Democrat, says that America is greater than any party and he issued a statement in which he says that he will not enter the campaign. On account of the European war he will stay on the job iii Washington and take care of the interests of America. He is a great and wise Christian President, and is not only looking after the best interests of the nation, but is looking out for the best interests of the average man. Every man should De profoundly thankful that we have such a patriotic and peace-lovin- g citizen as Woodrow Wilson in this crisis of the world. It is the solemn duty of every man, regardless of hisHpolitics, to uphold the administration. We are glad to see that the patriotic citizens of the nation are standing Pittsburgh prohibits acceptance use of baseball passes by city delphia or employees-Phila- now has a church building In which four sects unite in sen Ices. by Woodrow Wilson as tk y hart probably never stood by a Pres- ident before in the history of our country. Lexington Dispatch. The Undertaker Ja Devel oper SEND YOUR SUBSGW I TiON RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OPB'ICE Dr. James Triple!! 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The Westminster Men's Society For Women's Rights of London publishes a weekly paper called the Eyeopener. Missouri Is now so well settled thM less than a thousand acres of govern nient land remain open to settlement. The moving picture establishments of Pittsburgh have been asked to contribute to the warfare against the white plague. German scientists have made a fuel with the heating value of coal from sudd, the refuse vegetable matter of the river Nile. The chief enemies of cyclists In India are the mosquitoes, which not only bite their limbs and bodies, but actually bite through the tires. In a London church tower there is a clock which strikes the hours and quarters, but has no dials nor other visible evidences of the time, The iirst electric plant within the arctic circle will be erected at a mission at Point Hope. Alaska, the power being supplied by a windmill. By the construction of a harbor at the mouth of the Murray river southern Australia may be given a port rivaling Sydney in importance. Switzerland's embroidery trade suffered a loss of nearly $2,000,000 last year because of fashion's decree that soft, clinging materials shall be worn. Carl Schmidt, found ill in a flfteen cent lodging house in New York the other night, was discovered to have ."50.000 concealed in his ragged clothing. Mrs Elizabeth C. Vincent, who recently died at Cincinnati, bequeathed to her friend Oliver W Norton "to be expended for the best cigars lie can buy." An autograph love letter of King Henry VIII. to the unfortunate Anni Boleyu. Henry's second wife, has been found in the Vatican library. It is in French. Good oak trunk logs are so much in demand in the SpdSsart region. Germany, that some One trunks have .sold for over $314 per thousand feet board measure To prove that a parachute of his invention was an improvement over former types a Frenchman dropped a thousand feet from an aeroplane with one and landed safely. To hasten the mending of badly fractured bones an English surgeon has invented a system of screws to pass through the pieces of bone and nuts to press them into position Two girls in Budapest who had decided to tight a duel over a young man with whom both were in love have settled the matter by becoming en gaged to the two men who volunteered to act as their seconds. State monopolies and undertakings in Japan yield an annual revenue of about $G4.00O,OO0. of which $25,000,000 comes from posts, telegraphs and telephones. $25,000,000 profits from tobacco. $5,000,000 from salt and $5,000,000 from forests. The Japanese vegetable udo Is becoming rapidly acclimatized In this country. The department of agriculture has Issued a pamphlet of fifteen pages giving the results of experiments in raising udo. together with methods of cultivation and cooking. Rabbits which had been inoculated with the virus of rabies, tuberculosis, typhoid and other fearful diseases were stolen from the laboratory of a Marseilles bacteriologist one night recently. A desperate effort was made to recover the animals before they were sold. A treaty dated 1797. sanctioned by the senate and signed by the president, giving the Tndlans perpetual rights ami hunt in Klehteen Mile creek, near Buffalo, was smveHsfully used by three Seneca Indians hi the supremv court as n defense against the ehnrga-th- at they were Illegally tlshlng there. Iy ut Hungary's insane are said to be saj two-thir- ds $0 to-fis- fi - I 8: S-T- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ! IL S. MUST BE PRE-- is in jjaot iiuaaw, icu utiica uuui 111c xiuiiuci, aim ctuuuo uiliiy- five miles north of Lyck, where the Russians were recently reported, with which city it is connected by rail. A news dispatch from Rome says that fire in 'the Austro-Hugarian arsenal at Trieste virtually destroyed a dreadnought and damaged six torpedoboats destroyers. Several workmen suspected of incendiarism have been arrested. Washington, Oct. 15. Inquiry into the preparedness of the Diseases which have played an important part in most wars S5hited States for war, "offensive or defensive," by a national se- are receiving the serious attention of the belligerents. Cholera is curity commission was proposed in a joint resolution introduced in reported among the Russians and Austiarns, typhus among some by Representative Gardner, of Massachusetts, of the German forces; while the British are hurrying medical exthe House perts to France to make war on various ills reported among the who recently returned from the war zone in Europe. "I have introduced this resolution to investigate the military British and French. Sweeping claims of victories over the Servians and Montenestatus in the United States," said Mr. Gardner, in a statement accompanying the resolution, "because I know that a public search grins are made at Vienna. " On the other hand the Servian Govd will open the eyes of Americans to a situation which is being ernment in an optimistic statement says that Belgrade is no longfrom them. The United States is totally unprepared for a er in danger and some government business is resumed at the war, defensive or offensive, against a real Power. In my opinion capital. Foodstuffs is declared to be so abundant that its export iihe effect of the vast sums of money spent by Carnegie in his from Servia is permitted. n war fever in Italy is said to be abating, :eace propaganda has been to blind Americans to the fact that our The while Turkey continues in a turbulent mood. national security from a military point of view is undermined. "Nearly every army and navy officer to whom I have spoken Holland is overrun with Belgian refugees and the arrival of Sells me the same story of inadequate security. I have yet to refugees in England has afforded a seiious problem for Great apeak to a single member of either the Committee on Naval Af- Britian. The United States probably will be appealed to for aid. fairs or the Committee on Military affairs of the House of RepreFurther detachments of Canadian troops were landed in Engsentatives, in whose judgment I have confidence, who does not in land private make exactly the same admission. Yet all these gentleThe British royal family is leaving London for a stay at men seem to consider it their duty to refrain from any public statea resort on the North Sea, ninety miles north of London. U. G. HARDWlCt, Pres. J. H. COCKE.'.V. Prej.; ; 9. H. DIETZMAN. Sec PARED FOR WAR. n- W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED B6I INCORPORATED 1889 vimiiWf?iGHTS 12501 DEALERS-I- f mACHiNiSTS N ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. TftlRTeeNTfi-MftlN. GRST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLE to-da- y SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank' WorK con-seale- W JOtfBINQ WORK SOLICITED I mmwmm d- - anti-Austria- ! All Kinds of Machinery Repair. to-da- y. Sand-ringhai- r,, Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly a disordered liver. Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their flocks in good health, highly recommend all poultry troubles are due to ment." "IMPORTANT FOR DEFENSE." WHERE IS BELGIAN ARMY. . situation is most encouraging. London, Oct. 15 (2:15 p. m.)- - A dispatch to the Central New3 from Amsterdam confirms the report that the Germans have occupied Bruges, fifteen miles east of Ostend. Paris, Oct. 15 (1:02 p. m.). The Newspaper Frane Du Nord declares today that when the Germans were defeated at Arras they lost from 12.000 to 15,000 men, who were surrounded by the French in some marshes. EUROPEAN WAR. have not yet arrived. Amsterdam, Oct. 15. The Germans have occupied Bruges, from Ostend by Another small steamer reaching here s of the way way of Calias reported that the residents of Calias were in almost thirteen miles from Ostend, and are in force The Germans who are moving on Ostend are reported to have as much of a panic as the people of Ostend, apparently believing from Ghent to the seacoast. occupied Bruges, fifteen miles east of the former city This re- that the Germans would soon be upon fchem. MEAGER NEWS FROM BERLIN: sort is confirmed from neutral souroes. Paris, Oct. 16. (2:46 p. m.) The official communication given A German official statement coming direct from Berlin by out by the French War Office this afternoon, is as follows: wireless says that their troops in Belgium are now marching in "In Belgium German troops coming from Antwerp are marchBerlin reports the occupation of Lille, but declares that other toward Ostend and in part in a southeasterly direction toward ing toward the West, and the evening $f Oct., 14 they reached the Ijart than this there is nothing new to report on the Western front. the French Frontier. There has been heavy fighting east of Sois-30- region of Bruges and Thielt (fifteen miles southeast of Bruges.) According to dispatches reaching London, typhus has shown and the Argonne and the Germans have at no point lost ground "First On our left wing the enemy has evacuated the left itself among the German troops along the Western front, and ruit is declared. French claims of successes in the Woevre district bank of the Lys and the Canal of La Bassee the situation shows no mors of the outbreak of various other diseases are increasing. are denied. change. England is taking note of these reports by sending to the front This afternoon's French official statement announces that the "In the region of Lens and between Arras and Albert our three of her most important medical men as an advisory body1 to Allies have matfe marked progress in the region of Lens and be- progress has been marked. with the regular medical staff in the prevention' of epSomme and the Oise there has been no change, "Between the tween Arras and Albert. On the center the Allies, it is said, have idemics. in the direction of Craonne, while a German offensive' the Germans have cannonaded our line without, however, deliver advanced A correspondent in Italy reports that the war fever in that ing any infantry attacks. of Saint Die has been definitely checked. movement to the north country is abating, even the mo3t determined now On the center, between the Oise and the Meuse, we "Second The reports and claims regarding the situation in the Eastern agreeing that no belligerant move should be made before next as conflicting as before. A dispatch from Petrograd have advanced in the direction of Crayonne, To the northeast of spring. theater are to Rheims and to the North of army was completely defeated Wed the highway from Berry-au-Ba- c says that the Austro-GermaTurkey continues in a truculent mood, and trouble already direction of Beine, several German trenches have may have begun in the Black Sea, where heavy firing has nesday in the neighborhood of Warsaw, Russian Poland, suffering Prunay, in the been been taken. in casualties and prisoners. enormous losses heard, and where it is believed that the famou3 German cruisers "Between the Meuse and the Moselle, after having repulsed dur- Goeben and Breslau, which have been sold to Turkey, may have says that it was officially an& wireless message from Berlin that the battle to the east of Wirballen, in ing the night of October 4 certain attacks to the southeast of been engaging the Russian fleet. nounced there troops advanced on the 14th to the South of the highOstend is "now'virtually a,deserted city, with its docks still crowd-e- d Russian Poland continues, after eleven days of fighting, favorable Verdun, our of the Russians having . been way from Verdun, to Metz. refugees intent only on getting as far as with terror-stricke- n to the Germans, repeated advances our right wing the partial offensive movement possible from the scenes of suffering. "Third On repulsed with heavy losses. Paris says that the fighting continues along the front from undertaken by the Germans in the Ban de Sapt, to the North 6t Saint Die has been definitely checked. Warsaw to Przemysl, but gives no details. "In Russia the fighting continues along the front beginning in Subscribe Adair County News. A Russian advance in East Prussia is suggested in a dispatch the vicinity of Warsaw, stretching along the Vistula and the San nm Amsterdam which quotes a German correspondent at Przemysl, and f urthe'r'in a Southerly direction as far as Only $1.00 Year. 3m'rg as reporting that the civilian population of Goldap has evac- as far as for "military reasons and precautions." Goldap the Dneister. uated the town Anglo-Frenc- h , Mr. Gardner, refering to the prosperity and peace of the What became of the Belgian army which retraeted United States and to the "wonderful South American continent is not yet known to the public. Nor is the composition of which we have closed to European colonization by the Monroe Doctrine," declared that he could not understand 'how any intelli- the allied forces seeking to check the German seaward advance: clear. gent student of history can fail to see that we are impotent to As was the case before the fall of Antwerp the British press ourselves and to enforce the Monroe Doctrine by moral suasion and financial might alone. ' in a measure discounts the German occupation of Ostend, though "The time has not yet come," he asserted, "when the United it was pointed out y that if the Allies continue to hold the States can afford to dlow the martial spirit of her sons to' be de- town of Ypres, which cuts the German line, the continued occupastroyed and all the Carnegie millions in the world will not silence tion of Ostend would be difficult. those of us who believe that bullets cannot be stopped with bom-baGermans are reported in Belgium as far northwest as Bruges, nor powder vanquished by platitudes." Mr. Gardner further declared in his statement that in respect which place their cyclists and patrols are said to have entered. Nothing during the forenoon indicated any marked change in So the present European war, concerning which he had some insight, having been in the zone of conflict, his views were the situation in France or in the eastern war arena. "net those of a neutral." King George and Queen Mary left London for "I am entirely convinced," said he, "that the German cause the royal estate in Norfolk. and moreover, a menace to the principles of Democracy, Paris, Oct. 15. What is believed to be the greatest battle of furthermore, I believe that the God of battles will visit defeat upis being fought between Lille, Ypres and Ghent, on the Germans, but no matter which side wins, we must remem- the war between a solid front composed of Anglo-Frenc- h and Belgians and ber that since the beginning of time victorious nations have proved by large numbers arriving the German right wing, We must begin at once to reorganheadstrong and from Antwerp. Upon the outcome of the battle rests the fate of ize our military strength if we expect to be able to resist high- Ostend. handed cases when the day of necessity comes." Folkestone, Oct. 15 (via London, 4 p. m.) The Kenil worth, The Gardner resolution proposes a commission to consist of one of the four last steamships to leave Ostend, arrived here tothree Senators and three members of the House and three persons day bringing 2,000 refuges. Among them were some Belgian solbe named by the President of the United States, to make full diers, and as they were not wounded the inference was that the taking of Ostend by the Germans as inevInvestigation into the question of the preparedness of the United Belgians considered the itable and so caused the removal of every one who otherwise would States for war. be likely to be taken prisoners. The captain of the Kenilworth said that he left Ostend at 8 o'clock last night. No Germans were then in evidence, but all regular RESUME OF THE communication across the channel to Ostend has now been stopped. 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It is estimated that from six to eight army corps are along the frontier from Schir-winto a point opposite Lycfc (East Prussia). The Ru33ians attack mostly at night but are always repulsed with severe losses. These is no reason to fear that East Prussir is in any way endanRas-tenbu- rg, dt to-da- y gered." Borbeaux, France, Oct. 15 (1:15 p. m.). A high official of the. French. Government declared this morning t;hat the latest dispatches from the front showed that the military situation was about to develop more rapidly on the center, in the region of Berry-auBaand on the left in the La Bassee, Estaires and Bailleul district. The Allies continue to make progress, this official continued Several hotly contested positions which had changed hands repeatedly during the past few weeks were now held strongly by c, ed high-hande- d. ! the French and the MSHELL th to-da- y two-third- ns co-opera- te anti-Austria- n 13-1- to-da- y -- for the per .Jte. if-- ft A. tju. gyJ-'-