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Friends, Who Live at a Distance. lumbia, Men, Women and Children, Last Friday TO SEE THE MANY SCHOOLS AND Willie Gowen had on exhibition a half dozen Irish potatoes, planted from seed grown this year, that weighed 3 pounds and 13 ounces. He is ten years old, and belongs to the Wilson school district. a Unofficial Vote of Adair p S - County-N- ov. Election 1914. s- B -- Ii 3- - 5 THE ft DISPLAYS. .ran I West Columbia East Columbia Milltown . Keltner Grady ville E.iroy 120 123 79 10 79 102 89 149 102 sT sr ;r L" - -- speaking. During the series eight or ten united with the local church, from j The pupils of all the schools were other congregations of the same faith, tude of the crowd. At 10 o'clock the neatly attired, showing that they and two by confession. The attendGLORIOUS VICTORY. public square was a solid mass of hu- were caring for their bodies as they ance throughout was very large and manity. The schools moved about in gained in knowledge. the meeting very much enjoyed. The With this issue we begin the eigh- singing, led by Miss Kate Warriner, line, stopping occasionally to give the yell of their school. It was a fine Edgar Royse, a sou of Mr. Sam teenth year of the publication of the of Liberty, was inspiring, and added Mr. Beckham and Senator Camden Adair County News, and the prospects much to the very excellent preaching. girls, the teach- Royse, brought in a violin, his own body of young boys and indicate that it will continue to be a ers, of course, feeling justly proud of make, from which music could be Carry the State by a Majority weekly visitor to many homes until its A series of meetings commenced them. Many children were present drawn. Close to 35,000. next birthday. We have endeavored Sunday morning at the Methodist 'who had never before been in Coto publish all the happeuings of inter- church. Rev. Robert Lear, of Marion, lumbia. A chair and stepladder was exhitit-e- d est in the year just closed, and it is Crittenden county, is assisting the The display work at the Graded from Zion school, made by Ralph our intention to make the paper bet- pastor, Rev. J. H. Chandler. The School building and the Lindsey-Wilso- n Willis, showing marked workmanship. ter and better as age creeps upon it. visiting minister is a singer of note, showed excellent constructive skill. These two work, and artistic There are many names on our sub- and besides assisting in the preaching 7 a. m., to 10 of Misses Marie Rose The reading schools were visited from scription list that started with the is conducting the song service. a. m., and during those hours hundreds and Cymbaliue Moss, and Flossie first issue of the publication, and to Large congregations are attending the pupils of Miss Laura Smythe, of people visited and inspected the those who have been so faithful, we evening services and the meeting will THE RETURNS. vork, and the one expression was that were highly appreciated. return our grateful thanks. The sub- probably continue ten days. All de- the children and grown pupils were scription list at this time is close to nominations are cordially invited. being most excellently trained. There three thousand, notwithstanding sevShreve Davis, son of Fayette Davis, "We publish a table which shows the Registered Jersey Bull. is not a doubt in our mind but the in- exhibited a pumpkin that weighed 80 county. It The returns from the election are eral hundred names have recently terest in educational work will become pounds. Ue is a pupil of the Adair unofficial vote of Adair been stricken from our mailing list, will be seen that every Democrat on coming in very slowly, but the in- as the law does not admit of us sendstronger throughout the county, as a County nigh School. Ms thoroughbred Jersey Bull will result, o'f the schools coming together ticket carried the cotfnty. Judge Rol- formation received last night from ing the paper to a subscriber who is for a day of social enjoyment looking majority is close to four the vote over the State was very grat- more than one year in arrearage. serve at 31.00 at the gate., at my home in Columbia. The boneless chicken exhibited at lin Hurt's greater and lasting benefit. forward to Mr. Beckham ifying to the Democrats, as Mr. Beck- Others will have to go soon if their the Graded School was so perfectly hundred and fifty and Cleveland Garrison. Miss Laura Smythe, who teaches county by about one ham and Mr. Camden made runaway accounts are not squared. In the the Keltner school, a very large one, builded as to attract special attention. has carried the meantime we will endeavor to fill the The other races, their majorities being about 0 places of hundred and twenty-livwas here witli her entire enrollment, the discarded 'patrons with A special invitation is extended to Monday's Speaking. twenty-Mr. was much specula new names. each. There all denominations to attend the meetbesides she had in her number Democratic candidates ran with or thirty moonlight pupils, five we will pub- tion after Gov. Beckham's nomination, Beckham. Next week In local affairs this paper has stood ing now in progress at the Methodist church. The meeting is for the conranging in age from forty to seventy-eigh- t. A large number of people were in lish the official count, but there is not many believing that the Jwet men of for bettering the conditions of Adair version of sinners, and after conver' Mr. John Keltner being the Columbia last Monday afternoon, beany material change from the State would fight him and it was county from its incipiency to the pres- sion they are at liberty to join the Miss Laura also exhibited ing drawn here to hear Judge Rollin likely to be oldest. said that he was in danger of defeat, ent day, and there will be no let up Church of their choice. some work executed by her pupils, Hurt and Attorney General Jas. Gar-net- t, the report upon our part in urging improvements yesterday proved that patchwork that was decidedly hard to Mr. Hurt has made a magnificent but the election where needed. That mistakes have both having appointments to For Sale. beat. Jellies, etc., were also exhibit- speak. xYppellate if any members of that element op- been made, we do not deny, as it is race and his majority in the ed maue by pupils of this school. As Judge Hurt was the first speaker, neighborhood of posed him, they failed so far as a impossible for human mind to be per this school drew up in front of the and he occupied a short time in recit- district will be in the )!nn r.iis 7 united effort was concerned. Nelson fect in all things and at all times. l!t. XV 11UC, JJUIC'UICU J ClSSy UiiiUIi uuw. News office, gave a drill and rendered ing the duties of the office of Appel six thousand. will be con In the future The News 700 and T. B. Cravens. a beautiful song it is entitled to spec- late Judge, reminding the voters that His success Is very gratifying to his county gave him a majority of whisky county. The ducted upon the same principles that ial mention. But on this day it would he would appreciate their support, as home friends, as they know that he that is a strong actuated it in the st?.rt, and we trust Geo. W. Lowe is now receiving his fact ia that Mr. Beckham has never that all the patrons now on the list stock of ladies' and gents' fine shoes. have been a hard matter to compare he had in other contests in which he position in a most satisschools, as each one was in keeping was a candidate. It was a ver admi- will fill the been defeated by the vote's of the peo- - will remain with the publication and His friends are invited to call, Dis- factory manner. It is impossible for with the other. rable address, and was evidently a vote that many new names will be added play "ad" will appear next week. imt-- . a. f till reDort from the dis .pie. 11 o'clock all the schools march- getter. He was followed by General no At Our information is that New York to our books during the year beginning ' t. ed to the Fair Grounds where the fol- Garnett, who made a splendid address trict at this time, but a sufficient has this week. lowing orotrram was carried out: in favor of the Democratic candidates been heard to know that he has been elected a Republican Governor, and We have recently installed another j If you need any wood sawing dona also that Ohio went Republican. job press For lack of space we only give win- for United States Senator, Congress elected by a large majority. and we are better prepared call on Garrison Bros. ners of first prize Seconds were con- man and also for Mr. Hurt. He dwelt Tennessee, largely Democratic. Massa- than ever" for turning out large post Marion county gave him a majority sidered in making out the number of at length upon the administration of R. K. and Marvin Young were in chusetts and Illinois gave Democratic ers. The News is a local enterprise points. Lancaster last week where they disPresident Wilson and the good work of 941; Taylor county 339; and we believe it is justly entitled to Dist. Div. accomplished by the last Congress. county 1,500; Larue 636; Washington, majorties, and Indiana is close, both cattle. the patronage of the home people, posed of a number of head of by sides claiming the election. 2 19 They sold at different prices Greatest percent present, He refuted every argument recently 234: Hart, 300: Nelson, 900. the InMflie Congressional races in Ken- and we trust that the business men of head and weight. 2 Spelling Contest, l advanced here by A. E. Wilson, Re county will so conclude. We Mr. Hurtfs opponent, Judge Denton, tucky. Thomas was elected in the Adair 2 2 Declamatory Contest, publican candidate for United States again thank our patrons for past fa1 2 Recitation for Girls, Senator, long term, and predicted carried aietcalf e county by 28 major- Third by about 1500 majority, defeat- vors, hoping that we will continue to The Quarterly meeting of the Meth- 4 72 odist Church will be held at Harmo-- 1 Best Essay on Illiteracy, that the Democratic candidates, es- ity: Russell by 155; Green by 5ri; Cum- ing Jim Frank Taylor. Nine other merit their patronage ny school house commencing Tues- 1 2 Work, pecially Gov. Beckham, would be elect- berland, by 269. He also carried PuBest Display districts have elected Democratic day, November the 10th. Presiding 3 37 Grade, Best Reader, First ed by from 15,000 to 25,000 majority, Clinton, Casey and 33 Without taking a single laurel from j Elder W. F. Hogard will be present, Best Apple Pie, It was an argumentative speech, one laski county, his majorities in those Representatives. Powers was ' 1 but 3 in the Eleventh district, and the the brow of any ether minister of the Light Bread, of the best that lias been delivered The fee for recording deeds, mort- Q. .Mont 3 3S Best Biscuit, counties have not reached us. here for a long time. Tenth District also elected a Repub- Christian Church, Eld. J. preached one sermon gages and other documents, beginning 1 gomery, who 3 Best Corn Muffins It is sufficient to know that the peo- lican. Both branches of Congress of during the recent meeting, makes his the first day of January, 1915, will 78 1 There is exhibited in the FrSt Best doz Ears Corn will be Democratic by safe majorities. points clearer, more forceful than have to be paid the county clerk be1 9 National Bank, a curiosity of the ple of Adair county are rejoicing. Best doz. Potaties, many of his brother ministers, whose fore same can be put to record. Thi3 gourd family. We do not know the 2 19 Best Apple Jelly, 1 name, but it was grown by Mr. J. W. 78 reputation extends over a wider scope, is a new law and county court clerks Smith-Sei- bY. Patch on Calico, Bargains in Overalls. 1 Jones, of Gleusfork, who states that 2 He, too, was born and reared'within a j are required to obey it. Best made Apron, . 27 2 few miles of Columbia,xand his early i it is fine for food. The specimen above Manual Training, There will not be prayer meeting at inin mnv hv somfithinB" to do 47 mentioned is in the shape of a large 3 On Nov. the 6th and 7th we will seli Shirt Waist. Mr. Egbert Smith, of Fonthill. and 9 1 horn being five feet in length, and Miss Enola Selby, of French Valley, overalls at the following prices.-with his knowledge of the Bible and the Christian church this Wednesday Crochet Collar, rp,a ni.rict.ifin evening, on account of the revival nu:is... 2 1 about four inches in diameter at the were quietly married at Mount PleasJ?ole Vault Tie, j overall pants at 89c. $1.00 at the Methodist 1U progress 47 3 blossom end. Also Mr. Braxton Mas-si- e fihnrfih is iustlv Droud ot the lwo " ant church last Sunday morning. Rev. 1 2 $1.00 overall coats at 89c. Wyatt, both i church. Next Sunday forenoon there Race, Sack TVTnnttromervs. J. O. and has an ear of Argentine corn partly officiating. of will be services at the Christian - 55 4 Kentucky raised which he left in Wallace, whoRussell SP"DS them were 5oc overall pants at 39c Teachers Race, native Adair county preacheis. accompanied Those church, but there will be no services 26 2 Boys 100 yd. Dash, the above named Bank. 50c coats at 39c Mr. U. T. Selby and wife; Mr. Liss at the evening hour. 3 Boys (Hand under) 100yd d .46 Smith, Hirl We will pay 23c for eggs this WeeK. Notice. 1 2 Mr. S. D. Barbee was over from and wife; Messrs. Hollis Hale Mt Broad Jump Tie. j Gill & Waggener. The students of the Lindsey-Wilso- n 33 2 Campbellsville last week, arid while Smith, Henry Smith, J. Leslie Beulah Rexroat, Pearlie enjoyed a Hallow'een party, on the 42 3 Half mile Race, Boys, here he purchased from Kit Absher and Misses A new poultry company will open Phelps, Hattie Antle and Rose Grider. 46 hill, Saturday night. 3 Race, Potato the farm, known as the Yarberry Mr. E. F. Roe, of Sparksville, will place of business, in Columbia, The noon hour was pleasantly spent please accept our thanks for two their 26 2 .Wheelbanrow Race, farm, lying near the Cheatham Bridge. in the house formerly occupied by N. 2 The price is private. Mr. Barbee will at the home of the bride eating the sweet potatoes, one weighing G& and Hobson & Co , Nov , 10th.. WiH pay ' S. C. Neat, High Priest of Columbia Relay Race, " Egg Race, 31 2 erect a new dwelling on it next spring. many good things which were await- the othe. 5 pounds. When dug the tke highest market price for eggs and Chapter, No. 7. R. A. Masons, requests aH Companions to be present next Number of points won by each divis- He does not say, but the indications ing them. two weighed fourteen- pounds. He all kinds of poultry. Tn t.hp. afternoon the newly weds-- l Friday sight, as important business ion, (winners of second prize consid- point to him again becoming a citizen also sent us an eggplant which measL. E. McKiuley, Manager. with their attendants, left for ttie ured at the small end 17 inches andat will come up. of Adair. We do not blame him. ered in making ouc these points.) home ot the groom where Refresh- the large end 21 inches. 69 points. When a'person leaves God's country Divisien No. 1, Miss-LulJones, who is an expements were again in readiness. 36 points. he is sure to return. R. O. Cabbell will open a class, in; Division No. 2, Mr. Smith is one of FonthHl's best rienced and popular saleslady, basbeen vocal music at Bisappctatmentthe' 48 points. Division No. 3, Born to the wife of Cleve Thomas, employed'bjr Neat &l.M?urxaf,' generMiss Anna Eubank had the mis- business young men and MissSerby is 8 points. Division No. 4, Sunday November 1st, at the -- home al merchants,' and is alow" on dfcy. second Monday night in this month. , Valley!s most' accom.. District No. 2, Division No. 1, se fortune to get her. right arm sprained one f French ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. She'respectfaftty-ask' f v. of plished, young,ladies. . her lady .,feieds cured 2 points of the 60 wan by that one evening last week. She was Walkpassed off atiiietly1 AJong;apd happy Jife is tlie wish oi I A. R. Feese, a daughter: Mr. and to call and- see "iiSrr1 'She win' take The election county. division, and gets the flag for greatest ing oil the street and was accidentally live in Bell county. throughout Adaic Mrs. Thomas pleasure i waiting upon them their many friends potato, given by- fcke two tripped Dy one of lier companions; Evidently there were more people in Columbia last Friday than seen here before for many years, and there were more, children here than ever before known in the history of the town. We had several parties to estimate the number of people present and not one put the crowd less than five thousand. It was the greatest display of educa tional interest ever pulled off in Adair county. The program was made out by Prof. W. M. Wilson, principal the High School and Graded School, and Prof. R. R. Moss, one of the principals of Training School, the Lindsey-Wilso- n and it was carried out to perfection. Early in the morning teachers with their schools commenced to arrive, each school carrying the stars and stripes, and as there are something like eighty schools in the county, the reader ean draw an idea of the magni- J. A. Caldwell, of the Milltown country, had two beets in town, grown by himself, each. S 2 that weighed five pounds i 's 9 4 7 I . S s 7 p s Marvin Keltner, one of Miss Laura Smyth's pupils, exhibited G ears of corn, his growing, each ear 12 inches in length, and each one weighing U pounds. Mr. T. C. Coats, who is a member of the State Educational Board, delivered a fine address at the Fair Grounds. 88 61 115 116-59 85 47 38 52 38 93 99 77 .10 2 10 142 153 87 11 ' ' Harmony 20 103 124 67 140 86 61 J 1 Glenville White Oak 92 I 2 6 Little Cali Pelfrton Roley Cane Valley 59 72 104 42 '4 78 .. 93 99 101 37 85 90 144 99 101 122 59 66 66 108 82 84 1 1 7 4 3 41 10 87 This was such a successful gathering the teachers have certainly been stimulated, the children made happy, and insures another coming together next year. HO 57 94 1349 38- - Egypt South Columbia Total - - - '56 9 82 91- '61 76 1054 82 1209 115 99 158 122 54 78 109 134 60 128 1534 73 44 45 37 89 87 33 83 88 122 59 131 78 5S 59 114 123 77 87 60 49 38 93 98 37 83 93 117 65 135 79 61 75 1180 10 2 11 . 10 78 102 90 148 104 SO There are many patrons of this paper who live in other States, and who are behind on our books. Every subscriber who is in arrearage knows it. We have published notice after notice, urging you t send in a remittance, but they come very slowly. Do yoa not think that after we have kept you posted concerning the happenings in your old county, where you have many relatives and friends, that you should pay us? We have written consoling s words, perhaps, of your dead, of of your kin, and the business prosperity of others. Come now, really, do you not think you ought to pay us? The small amount would nob be much to you, but if one thousand patrons would remit it would be much, to us and we would be very thankful. happy-marriage- 1 7 Russell & Co., wil! pay eggs this week. 23 cents for 70 105 110 57 88 1335 3 3 43 13 93 The meeting of the Christian Church closed at the court-hous- e last Tuesday evening. Eld. W. G. Montgomery, who was doing the preaching:, was taken with a cold, and his throat gave him so much trouble that it was absolutely necessary for him to quit 1207 1034 jw- Do-hone- y, l-- e. 35,-00- I to-da- A V...-..- 3 .. I t. l-l- l-- 3t H-ardin ! I Mc-Crear- y, . i I - - " - l-- 2t a " , ' the-motlaer- 's s -- - aamber of - k & f-- i I MV V THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS Praise for Wilson and Bryan. The Victory of Peace. Eunice. War. l.-- ?pe - A correspondent writing in the In these days of mighty conChicago Tribune pays tribute to flict between the nations of Eu-roPresident Wilson and Mr Bryan, there is being promulgated as follows: in the city of Washington the "It has been quite the fashion greatest "plans ever undertaken to attack Mr. Bryan every since by men in the direction of permanent peace between the na1906. Few men have been as much newspaper space, tions. During the past year and a good share of it unfavor- Secretary Bryan has. signed peace nations able mention, in an effort to treaties with twnty-tw- o Mr. Bryan, large and small, and only yesteribreak him down. ihowever, has gone steadily for- day he signed four more. These ward, h i s influence probably peace treaties provide chat all growing instead of diminishing, nations submit their grievances smtil in the Baltimore Conven- to an arbitration court, and shall tion he accomplished a feat which not declare war against each oth- is likely unprecedented in histo- er until the arbitration court ry, in forcing the nomination of sliall have passed upon the troubSecretary Bryan is le between any two nations. Wilson. without doubt the most potent These treaties are particularly individual force in the world to- the fruit of the peace labors of day, with as great a personal Secretary Bryan. For many following as any man, and these years he advocated the principle men are all loyal to him with-o- which he has now engrafted in any expection ot reward or the treaties with the nations, and irecognition. Time and apace through all the years the world will not permit of the naming of will give him credit for paving ipolitical leaders, traducers of the way for that permanent Mr. Bryan, who have during the peace which must prevail among Jiast seventeen years fallen by the nations which have signed the Bryan peace treaties. The the political wayside. "Many of these same people treaties signed yesterday by Sec who have been assailing Mr. retary Bryan were with EngBryan are now attacking Mr. land, Spain, China and France. notwithstanding his" Those four nations govern 900 Wilson, great service to the country in millions of people, and with the treaties heretofore having brought about so much twenty-tw- o s remedial legislation, prevented negotiated, more than 3. war with Mexico, having han- of all the people in the world dled the difficult problems willed will now be under permanent to him from former administra- peace treaties. While the old world is tions and conditions resulting .from the war in Europe and applauding as its heroes the Asia in most admirable fashion. army generals who can destroy 'The legislation accomplished by the most human lives in one day. this administration has not been the thoughtful American citizens are lifting their hats in loyalty brought about by the dictatorial policy of President to this masterful genius of peace this quiet man from Nebraska. Wilson, nor is the solidarity of the Democratic party accounted And in the day when real peace .for in this way. President Wi- shall be established between the lson is able to accomplish results nations now at war in Europe, 'because he is leading in a course this Nebraskan will be hailed in approved by the people, whom he every country and in every clime .has taken into his confidence. as the greatest human proclaimer 'Wilson and Bryan stand out of honorable peace that the warstronger than ever as peace ad- ring world has known. Columvocates at the present time be- bus (Neb ) Telegram. al-3oted Every body was pleased with the pie supper at Tabernacle Saturday night, Oct. 10th. The sale of the pies was good, the pies going from twenty-fiv- e cents to $5.10. The proceeds of the supper amounted to $29.35. Beat War is hell. O War, Gen. Sherman. hell.-Shakes-pe- thou son of are, Notice 4 War i3 the trade of barbarism. Napoleon Bonaparte. War is a brain spattering wind-pipein- & g There never was a good war Shelby Williams and Edgar Collins, of Roley, visited at Mr. nor a bad peace. Benjamin ' G. R. Williams, Saturday night. Franklin. War never decided any quesMiss Patsy Roy, of the L. W. T. S., was visiting friends at tion of right or wrong. Thomas this place, Saturday and Sunday. Jefferson. Wherever there is war the dev A crowd of young folks from this place had a chestnut hunt il makes hell larger. German, last Sunday. They found a fine Proverb. lot of chestnuts and reported a The military profession is a nice time. damnable profession. Duke of Mr. Winfrey Beard, of Plum Wellington. that. art. Lord Bacon. AJ1.7 Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Governmci ut Point, and Mr. Grover Beard, of War is the statesman's game, Roley, visited at Mr. Ray Wil- the lawyer's jest.ijthe hired asliams last Saturday night, and sassin's trade. Shelley. stayed until after the chestnut Take not upjthe sword. They hunt Sunday. that take up the sword shall perMrs. Lona Rubarts and Mrs. ish by the sword. Jesus. My greatest;regret "is that I Ellen Grant visited 'at the Misses have been thejHauthor of three Evans, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davenport, wars in which thousands of lives Dunnville, visited at Mr. F. W. were lost. Prince Bismark. Miller's, last Sunday. Miss Chloe Combest, of Dunnville, visited Miss Nettie WinNapoleon was a great gambler whose game was"empire3, whose win Not carry Papers in thr M CLi 5 for Parties who Owe More than one Year frey's, last last night and day. Sun- table was earth Jwhose dice were human bone3. Lord Bryon. two-third- A good mannever makes a The worst man Don't Delay Treating your Cough. good soldier. A slight cough often becomes seri- always makes 'the Sbest soldier. ous, Lungs get congested, Bronchial The soldieris nothing but a hirTubes fill with mucous. Your vitality Napois reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine ed, legalized murderer. to-da- y so-call- ed Tar Honey. It soothes your irraed leon Bonaparte. air passages, loosens mucous and They shall beat their swords makes your system resist Colds. Give The best known materials the labor the Baby and the Children Dr. Bell's into plowshares"andltheir spears of master workmen the aid of the most Pine Tar Honey It's guaranteed to into pruning hooks. Nation ingenious modern machinery have been help them. Only 25c at Paull Drug employed to make the Thornhill wagon, shall not rise against nation, nor Co. Ad. The wheels are made with excessive For the spokes the manufacturers shall men learnjwarlany more. use the finest hickory machine driven flow to Treat the Horse. Isaiah. insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. ,... Do not buy a horse that is too Declare War on Colds. The bolsters are of the best white oak. light for your work! You will A crusade of education which aims They have an iron plate at top and bot- gain nothing by overburdening "that common colds may become un- torn, riveted through and through mul-tiplying their strength. him; he will so an become un- common within the nest generation" The "Thornhill" has a malleable front has been begun by prominent Xew hound plate that is braced to the hounds sound, and wear out, says Dumb York physicians. Herejis a list of the at all points. This is an exclusive "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the Animals. "don'ts' which thedoctors say will jt prevent the annual visitation of the Feed him well, if you wish cold; This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good gears from ever getting out of line and causing hard pulling, "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with long sleeve malleable e. skeins that insure light running, and last any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma-t- o chine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the besr refined steel, The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives better service. Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. non-breakab- le out-car- him to work well. Give him Don't sit in a draughty car." old By 'Don't sleep in hot rooms." per day (four three good meals (jREESBURQ, KENTUCKY, "Don't avoid the fresh air."' if he does an extra long day's Sv 'Don'tstuff yourself at meal time. work,) and ample time to eat Overeating reduces your resistance." The Thornhill Vagari h not the Ioist priced but the best, aid ! I' 'ad ts cheapest 7SB53JJKJ3m: ""nxxss.isxrssaai ivxvcKstsrsrccsTsssi To which we would add when you cause they have been earnest, them. take a cold get rid of it as quickly as Try This for your Cough. consistent advocates of internaday's possible. To accomplish that you will Let the horse have one Curious Facts. Ml tional peace for years." Thousands of people keep coughing rest every week. See that he is find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy because unable to get the right rememost excellent. Sold by Paul! gDrug comfortable in his stable, that it Really does Relieve Rheumatism. dy. Coughs are caused by Inllama-tio- n Ad. Co. It Hamilton has had Agriculture emplolO.OGO.000, "lr- of the Throat and Bronchial is neither dark nor damp, and Everybody who is afllicted with Tubes. What you need is to soothe i,,s house painied. Americans. Quaker Quifrs. that he has a good bed to lie on. by all rheumatism in any form should this Inflamation. Take Dr. King's D. W. kinniard has finished means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lin- Isrew Discovery, it penetrates the delRussia's population is estimat See that his harness fits prop t making molasses ibis week, and iment on hand. The minute you feel icate mucous lining,raises It is sometimes almost as hard ed at 171,000,000. erly, and is kept clean! gzm. or soreness in a joint or muscle, and quickly relieves the congested most every body it, through. to meet a bill as it is to keep out Canaua in 1913 produced Jbathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do membranes. Get a 50c bottle from Horses, like human being3 are A. C. Pulliam was in Columbia Tiot rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost your druggist. "Dr. King's 2few Disof its way. bushels of potatoes. work, immediately right to the seat of pain, covery quickly and completely stop- often thirsty when hard at last Tuesday. A pessimist is a fellow who ex relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel ped my cough" writes J. E.. Watts,. so offer them water frequently. There are 1,153,S75 registered Born, to the wife of G. E. ing and making the part easy and Floydale, Texas. Money back if not pects to be turned down every A. little oatmeal in the water is in the United S:ates automobiles comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Hamilton, a girl. very refreshing and sustaining. time he turns up. Limxent for 25 cents of any druggist Paull Drug Co. Ad. schools, Alaska has forty-tw- o Several atten.5.-- d the pie against ."nd have it in the house isn't every fellow who can It by more than 3.000 per at NelL Th proceeds come colds, sore and swollen joints, R Night of Terror! paint the town red without getThree Crops Off Tree. neuralgia, sciatica and like white children. to more thaR nmG doilar3. Few nights are more terrible than ting some of it on his nose. Your money back if not satAilments. There were 1, 442 pensioners of! We had pier,ty 0f rain last isfied, but it does give almost instant that of a mother looking: on her child Possibly any girl could learn to Ad. Paull Drug Co. relief. the Mexican war of 1846 still on week, and some corn is damaged. Yates Burton, who lives south-we- chnlcing and gasping for breath durlove a fellow if he gave her the croup, and nothing the rolls. of this city, has a pear tree ing an attack of Mr. Bandy sung at the school right kind of instruction. "The 'South African oxen are off of which he has already gath- in the house to relieve it. Many mothOhio broke a record last year house one night last week. ers have passed nights of terror in A woman naturally expects .clad in "trousers" to ward off ered two crops of fruit, 11 of both thissifcaution. A little forethought her husband to pay for her hats. by mining more than 34,500.009 Mrs. Mary Bell spent a few ravages of the teetse fly. ithe being large size, and the third will enable you to avoid all this. Cham short tons of coal. days with her niece at Grady-vill- e, In fact a woman seldom even shoe product of the United-State- .crop is now on the tree, and they berlain's Cough Eemedy is a certain The last week. sets her cap for a man without-expectin- It is said that about fourteen eKceeds that of England, are as large as good sized mar- cure for croug and has never been Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rose are, him to pay for it.' hundred earth tremors were felt prance, Germany, and Italy, with bles. Can you beat this for a known to fail. Keep it at hand. For Philadelphia Record. still on the sick list. Ad. sale by Paull Drug Co- m Japan last year. few more countries thrown in. record? Somerset Herald. I I the-Phleg- MS - A i 76,-720,00- 0 j ( ; sup-attend- ed rheu-.matis- m, j j st J, s -- a Ml 4 ji L" " :x "- -- V s f i 1 i.t... mtMi'in n'i THE ADAIR COUNTY lMSWS - -- TLm 3 17. 9 KRilyE a' i FREE iWAJ! 7A To sit withJboth feet on "D f What All About? Is It the floor. CORE FOR OLD AGE Easy and Pleasant and Costs bu Little to Try It. A Interest to Farmers. A boys' "pig club" has been organized in Woodford county, uKRB llKcilkVb are H IImC jlr Then you can see just how the ears grow, what kind of a stalk and all about it. 'he whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial When you come to a good ear, 3 a ui: ..i: :ij iiiMii: imim luiiiuiiuji, uiaiicu annumr'.rc s"mIUS riuwi" Russia vyaiKeu to show her love for the little pull it off and save it, especially ltvau-brother Servia ? .. .' Tear aside xhz curtain of Europe's politics and see if it grew two on a stalk. gmfrffi&4iM .. i e ;w u txtra-ordina- Andrew Comingo Yandell a horse for $250, sold L. P. 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He passed the letter A Splendid This bucket t?kes in a certain over to the carrier who delivered Clubbing Bargain quantity of water, which acts as We Offer ped H number "6" . large Oil A Canadian teacher has drawn port-hol- e isp closed, air enters up the following wise rules of through a tube above the head, conduct to be instilled into pupils during their first year of school, for it is never too soon to begin learning good habits. This 'ali Cai?IKiar and raStefi , it 8. horses and mules was placed with St. Louis, Mo., dealers Wednesdayfrby rerpesentatives of the French Government. This order,which is to be filled within ten days, will cost France ap proximately $750,000. Eight representatives of the French Government at St. Louis declared they were authorized to Jbuy 100,000 horses at an expenditure of about $12,000,000. mid-Atlant- ic teacher has rightly expressed the majority of the rules in the positive form as "do's" rather than don'ts" a much more helpful and encouraging formula: 1. The habit of respecting the ship-wreck- ed rights of other children. 2. The habit of being quiet - in school.3. sssssss 'in "Matty's" neighborhood, The Adair CountyJNews J and i The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer BothOne Year For Only ! , $1.35 i without writing any further di- rections on the envelope. Usually the clerks take no delight in the up pleasant, task of interpreting cryptic addresses, but this one was easy for a base ball ballast and keeps the lifesaver and its occupant upright. Furthermore, the apparatus is provided with a revolver and sig- signal lights with which the shipwrecked passenger can nal for help by day or night. 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Hundreds of inventions for the preservation of life in case of shipwreck have recently been tested, but what seems to be the safest is a suit which takes the form of a combination of lifebelt and suit made of watertight canvass, which envelops the whole person. The . suit v has sleeves ending in gloves, and ple can keep themselves afloat if they have not the good fortune to have one of these suits. The suit is the invention of a German named Gustave Hern-rich, life-savin- g and he declares that it will deprive shipwreck of all its ter-rors in all circumstances. thousands in his hobby. studies requires" A eheap illu-si ted guidebook an opera glass and: But, oh, wait till you experience the glorii r possible, some walks and talks witlt 4. To remove the hat before to expert, and you will learn almost immediately to identify a score or mortr-y- . entering a room. Uowers. or birds, or constellations, r mushrooms, and you will have found! 5. Boys to lift the hat when i hobby on which yon may ride away from Death they meet the teacher. Try it. young men. lest you grow oldU Try it. old men, before you grow tiredi. 6. To avoid passing in front Escape into the open from these nar-"uindoor days and learn the way to of others. flbere the wild folk dwell. In their "This Glorious ROOT JUICE Kntlrclr land you will find the help of the hills- 7. To opologize when they llcliocd It." ous relief of being completely and entirely ind hope wide as the world, ana rength. and youth, and happiness--. rid of it must pass in front of others. Listen ! You've wasted time and money Ury It. Samuel ScovillcJr., in Lipplup enough trying uncertain things, you've ott's. any longer than there 8. To say "thank you" when suffered alreadystop. ROOT JUICE, ispure, need of. Stop, vegetable, harmless, safe, guaranteed they receive favors. Across the Atlantic: ROOT JUICE is going to give you tho grandest surprise you ever experienced The narrowest part of the Atlantic fcr in all the days of your life. Of course, 9. To help keep the school you'll have to do your part and take it. between Brazil and Guinea, where the Even ROOT JUICE can't help you until ocean is only about l,S0O miles wide.- i it gets into your system, but if you havo clean. room floor any idea wnat real rener. win De like, Prom Newfoundland to Ireland. th you'll waste no time getting it You're narrowest breadth north of the eqna missing a lot real Joy 10. To wipe the feet before and happiness of comfort, yes,you delay tor, Is nearly twice as far. From Nev every minute using it and you're enduring a lot of York to the nearest point of France is needless suffering. You'll see. going into a house. At any first class drug storo you can nearly three times as far. get a large bottle of ROOT JUICE for a dollar. That dollar buys relief that is 11. To keep clean. . worth a hundred dollars to anybody who The Lesser EvFJv. know3 what rheumatism, backache and rlt's Mr. Boreleigh i thlnfe'ilVsenta, 12. To keep the finger nails kidney misery is. Remember that dollar not only pays for ROOT JUICE but it liin word" I'm out" pays for relief. You've got to get relief "Won't the still, small voice renroacisi" clean. r get your dollar back. That's how good ROOT JUICE is. No relief no pay, that's rou?" the understanding. ft "Oh, yes, but I'd rather listen to the 13. To help others. This time get ROOT JUICE and relief. Don't put off and don't let anybody tell still, small "Voice than to Mr. Bor& of something 14. To avoid whispering in you ever made is else that's better. Noth- lelgh's." Boston Transcript ing any better, mark thesd words and see. , Try ROOT JUICE for school. ten days and save yourself any more sufThe meat deadly foe to success, lo fering. If you are so fortunate as to have so as to be heard. J escaped these, 15. To speak miseries, for the future is tbe inertia which springs, goodness sake tell some suffering friend or acquaintance what this grand medicine from self satisfaction, kt the success. ei 16. Not to speak too loud. will do. You'll surely eara hla or her the past rerla"tfnj? jtratltude. with wonder. You'll feel To observe little acts of joy yourself. You've like screaming your suffered with aching kidneys and back, for so long it has become almost a part of your life. courtesy. ( 'pre-te- d the standard authorities for musheaters of the world. Another septuagenarian attributes hl r long life to the stars. Confined fifira 9 business during the day, he sought air at night and began to study UyBiUfJEIUI BVffySe he changing constellations and the per9? plexing planets Then he found LUft that 11 U I with an opera glnss be could detecr IIUi heir colors and reveled in the blue-IsNo Backache or Kidney Trouble or of Vega, the green glare of Siring Rheumatism for ROOT JUICE rose red of Aldebaran, the flann- rhe olor of Retelsnese and the stranser Users Guaranteed. of othfr gleaming sky king "Glory! what relief. I could scream Finally lie tiouulit a small telescope.-S'ow- . joy and happiness to think that I with now get up every morning: and go about at seventy, he has published m all day without a sign of that aching nuimi-apon the double stars, besides soreness." That's what people are saying who have suffered from weak kidneys, j j ipiaint little tar iruide that lius.in- room Is to Mix Open Ai Hobby, Shake Well and Take as and a Many Hours a Day or Night as Possible The Cure In Real Life. Old age can be cured. The prescription is a almple one. illx open air antii a hobby, sbake well and take as many bonrs a day as possible. No one begins to age until he is bored, and tha first gray hair comes when a man suddenly thinks to bimself, "What's tho use?" Then is the time when a hobb makes life interesting again. There was an official on one of onw great railroads who was retired at seventy. "He'ii die now," said his friendia kindly. But he didn't Instead, he became interested in the wild flowers and now he is too busy In looking for the ram's head orchid and trying to find a new station for the hart's tongue-fer-n and tramping around in the woods and fields in all kinds of weather even to thinl: of dying. Anyway, he wonlda not have time until he's Gnlshed his monograph on the willows of the United States. There is a woman in Baltimore, se7 enty-tw-o years old, who years age sought to forget a great sorrow by learning the butterflies. Her city home-ha- s become a rendezvous for entomologists all over the world and houses a famous collection. While her conte:r-porarie- 3 are dozing their lives awa7 in caps and easy chairs she spendn hesr summers In the mountains and aeis winters In Florida with a butterfly net. Twenty-on- e new species to Identify contribution to the lepidoptera,. are her and she plans to live until the last goal of an entomologist is reached the using of her single Initial species. An octet of men In Philadelphia, aS well past their threescore years, soms-i-n business and some foot loose, belong to the same ornithological socle ty. They are afield every day o2 rain or shine, to watch the bird life In the spring eactr prepares migrant sheets showing of the hundred odd migrants-tha- t pass through every place every year. Thei-- is great rivalry as to who shall score the most warblers or identify the largest number of birds in one-daAt present writing the oldest oi? the eight holds a record of seyenty-fiv- e different kinds of birds seen or heard in one day between dawn and dark one for each year of his age and. one to grow on A man in North Carolina by the sucV-dedeath of two of his family ttc& left alone with but little money, n friends and the cheering dictnra fron his doctor that he had only a year t live. To while away the few montl still left to him us well as to help on his household expenses he tovb up 3tudy of edible mushrooms. At tils-enof a year in the open he notifie his indignant physician that he bad? become too much interested in hisi hobby to confirm his diagnosis. In tec years he has discovered, classified anct tested 170 kinds of edible mushrooms-anhas published a book which is one-o-f tb&-year- , ng The Prescription ever-changi- the-arriva- ls f y. n &- d d H!iHf?Iiyi if m ui the-tpe- n ht h backache and rheumatism for years. No N'onr of the nature in li money or Time ( .N - N ng . ' at ? i r &Jl r fTi tjt i fjr'u. it-Cfc n. T k t T--- z - 1. f." i; ft TRF. AT) Am no liwfY' "NF-W- THE- , ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pablished Every Wednesday i-. - BY tie - - .. .Jr2 vifs- - s this week, which was very unA protracted meeting will be- It will pay you to know where I'm at, (Incorporated.) expected to them. gin at this place on Thursday the when looking- - for EDITOR. . Robert Wethington and Aus- 5th of November, conducted by HIGH CLASS JEWELRY, HAS. S. HARRIS Watch Repairing, &c. Bro. Winkler, the pastor of the r&z 'DtmocraU&newsnaper devoted to the ln- - tin Wilmore spent Friday after& New Jewelry arriving almost daily for 3 That's exactly what you eret in oar B'nr Woollv Rlanfcpts f church. .wiibftSfctoXjmblaMia the people noon in Columbia. Size 74 x 88 ) Weigh nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for the Holiday Trade. AflffaiisqawwcountlBS. $5.00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them back to us Mr. W. S. Bault and family Messrs. Charlie Herriford and $ MURRAY BALL, Jeweler. and we will refund your money at once together with return mail X " sec- spent last Saturday and Sunday T'nTijltjjjfeliriil r" nnr. nut. nan-- . w chanres and you John Morrison, of Columbia, M yfejwJfcmatter. called in to see us on their re- with his brother, Mr. C. M. this place and every one seems X Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid . ?.. rei WTtnnnuuii jjritu j.w jici j ci. Sf subject to your approval. turn from Green county, last Bault. to be well pleased. V Extra quality Jfarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in Miss Bessie Gose spent a few TWD1 NOV. 4, 1914 week. & ' lots of 5 lbs or more. Water-vieMr. Alexander Allen, of days of last week visiting relExtra All Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton We have recently heard that took dinner at the Baker W Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 28c twilled 36c Old Time Next year Kentucky will elect Mr. A. R. Keltner, one of our atives at Columbia. House Monday. Jeans pants in Regular sizes $2 25 a pair. Just what you need this Judges of the Co a Governor, winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will be overbest farmers, has brought a farm Mrs. Emma Grissom, of We have had a real nice boatrun and will cause some delay. -Courts, Rep- near Campbellsville and will re- Iumbia, visited at John Arnold's State Senators, ing tide in the Cumberland river Farmers Woolen Mills, resentatives and Circuit court move to it in the near future. one day last week. ior tne past tew weeks ana as a E. L. REECE, Mr. clerks. The candidates for Gov- We have not learned the considThe Green River Base Ball consequence we had plenty of Shipping Point, Greasy Creek. Landinj?. X P. O. Jamestown, Ky. ernor will probably announce in eration. team and Knifley crossed b?ts at boats which was quite a treat for the next few weeks. Five or Mr. Alfred Parson spent sev- this place last Saturday. At the the merchants up and down the six available men are already in eral days of last week, by the close of the 7th inning the scores river. U. G. HARDWICI, Prcs. B. H. DIETZMAN. Sec J. H. COCKE, V. Prej.; the eyes of the people. 17 to 19 in favor of Knifley. bedside of his father, in the stood Miss Lena Allen, of Glasgow, community, is visiting Mrs. Kate Williams In the face of the fiercest de- Portland Cole Camp. Mrs. Susan Grissomjo'f Colum and family, at this place. struction, President Wilson visiting her daughter, brought aboutfpeace in Mexico. bia, is Misses Hytie young and Ella ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 188- 9We are having some pretty Mrs. Wilmore, in our city, at He refuses todeclare war against weather at present and the peo- Baker were guests of Miss Ellen VimbWF?IGf4TS this time. the unfortunate people of that ple are busyfsowing wheat and Williams last week. DEALERS-1country, although the capitalists The lumber man of our town, digging potatoes. Mrs. Kate Williams and son, ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. who had exploited Mexico and Mr. Fielders, bought last week Mrs. Julia Fodge spent Satur- Huber, visited the former's GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS the .republican leaders in and from J. A. Diddle, quite a lot of day night with her sister, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. H. A. Moss, at 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOlHSUILLe out of Congress, denounced him timber; near this .place, for the Boyle Greensburg, several days last Cole. as cowardly incapable. His wise consideration of $8Q0. The timMr. and Mrs. Joe Binns visit- week. SMOKESTACKS policy of "watchful waiting" was ber will be workedinto lumber Suned Mrs. Fannie Cheatham, Mr. Sam Lewis, the produce condemned by a partisan press. in the near future' day. man, of Columbia, was calling But the President bided his time, Mr. Roy Walker, the Sheet Iron and Tank Worh Mrs. Sarah Melton, who has on our merchants last week. conscious that the humanity merchant of Nell, called in to Dr. Baker, of Amandaville, which dictated his course, would see us on his return from Colum- been sick for several days, is imslowly. who was thrown from his horse meet with the 'approval of the bia last Tuesday, and reports proving Mesdames Myrtie and Birdie about two weeks ago, is able to people. With Europe an Inferno, business fairly good in his town. JOBBING WORK SOLICITED hundreds of thousands dead and Miss Stella Baker, of Sparks-vill- Baker spent Thursday afternoon be up, and we hope he will soon with Mrs. T. T. Baker. dying, homes desolated and inbe out again. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- and Roy Sneed, of our town nocent women and children de- were united in marriage on the Mrs. Robbie Cheatham visited Rev. Dart delivered a very is at 25th, Rev. Campbell officiated. Sunspoiled,, the United States her mother, Mrs. Bob Cole, interesting discourse at Salem peace with the world, a haven day. " Sunday, but owing to the inOur old friend.neighbor Hatch-er- , for the oppressed of all lands. Mrs. Lizzie Duff and daughter, dent weather there wasn't a n shoe man, of ! the frenzy of war abates When the Nora, have returned home from very large crowd out. Louisville, called in to see us one President Wilson will be the ar- day last week and reports a fine a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. biter to whom these distracted T. T. Baker. Dirigo. business. assurcountries! can turn with A large crowd attended the protracted services that ance that he will deal justly with The The store at this place has were to begin here, the first of spelling at Elliott school house, them. He has already tendered off be- Thursday night and reported a changed hands again. Messrs. week, has been put bis good offices. "Thank God the the assisting minister could nice time. J. F. Claywell and Walter Janes for Woodrow Wilson" is a uni- cause Mrs. Jim Petty and Daughter, are the present owners, having come. versal prayer. It comes from not Willia, were in Burkesville on taken charge last Friday. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence the hearts of millions of grateful Our farmers have begun to business", Saturday. Mr. Curt Bell, Red Lick, did A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick people who know the horrors of gather corn and from what we war and who realize that this can learn their crop is fairly Messrs. Ed and Charley Cole business here last Thursday. and satisfactory fence. to him for the good. We are glad to say- that were called to the bedside of nation is indebted Mose Wooten bought a pair of NOTE THE PRICE. there is an unusual large crop their brother, Mr. Bill Cole, at mules from W. A. Janes for, blessings of peace. Henrietta, Texas. of wheat feown in this sectiori Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c $300.00. Mrs. James Cole is on the sick Gradyvllle. J. E. Claywell bought two 6 7 Knifley. 26 18c list at this writing. calves trom A.llen Wooten for 6 8 32 20c Mr. Elbert Baker passed We are having fine weather at $25.00, 9 8 32 18c The wet spell has passed and through this place the first of the this time. (i Miss Ruth Epperson, Roy, vis9 6 39 22Jc farmers are all smiles thinking week, hulling peas. growing wheat crop is The here last week. 9 9 39 20c they will save their corn and to Mr. S. A. Stevenson made a ited relatives looking fine in this section. bacco. Casey creek did but lit- business trip to Jamestown this Sophia, the little daughter of Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Bliss, was Will Flowers, of tle damage, but Green river got week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Petty, is bere last week looking after cat- in the low bottoms and damaged very sick at this writing with Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods Miss Mary Holland spent Sattle. subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as considerable corn. diphtheria. urday night and Sunday with her Mr. Thos. Dowell was trans, to Quality and Price. After the wet weather the grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Cole. J. W. Harvey is having a well Green county acting business in farmers are finding their corn Mrs. Jo Young and children drilled. John says that he is get- A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill a day or so of last week. badly rotten. Wagons. "Satisfaction or your money back." are spending a few days with ting tired of carrying water up Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Keith a mountian. Mr. P. H. Ingram, of near Co- her father, Bob Cole. Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- and children are visiting relalumbia, was in this section on Quite a number from this place Mrs. Susie Baker, J. B. Young, tives in Casey county, this week. ing, both at old prices. business one day last week. and G. M. Dillon visited Mrs. attended the school rally last Mr. Ed Caldwell, of Glasgow, Friday and all report a nice time. We have noMaken the War in Europe as an Mr. John Jones, who has been Charley Cole, Wednesday, and Robert Reed, of Columbia, Ji E. Cole will soon have his spent a few days here last week ill with dropsy so long is no betIt Really does Relieve Rheumatism. Excuse to ask Advance on Anything ter. residence completed. . working insurance. Everybody who is afflicted with J. R. Beard produced an ear Mr. J. S. Baker gave an old rheumatism in any form should by all Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Will Diddle spent last Sunday ot corn that weighed H pounds time.com shucking last Thurs- means keep a bottle of Sloan's1 Lin in Edmonton. Lime for this month, only 90c. and measured 10 inches in day. iment on hand. The minute you feel Eugene Wethington, of y Mr. pain or soreness in a joint- or muscle, Clementsville, was looking after length and 8 inches in circumferBaKerton. bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do his business here a day or so of ence with 4 rows, 58 grains to not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost 1 the row. The entire ear conlast week. Jack frost visited us last week immediately right to the seat of pain, large delegation of tained 812 grains. Let us hear for che first time this season. Quite a relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE from other parties through the inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISing and making the part easy and After using the Bee Dee children, passed through here FACTION after the contents have been used. Remedies Generally for Miss Jane Cheek, of Waco, comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloanjs News, Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock sometime, we take plealast Friday en route for Columsure in saying that they art Texas, was the guest of her Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are preEivlne entire sattslaciioo, Heaston Dunbar' sold three pared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scienand we cheerfully recombia. grandfather, J. E. Baker, last and have it in the house against tific way, and are genuine medicines that you can mend them. George Hunn, at $0.25. AtcMOlen Stock Farm. depend on. Uncle Charlie Yateslcontinues steersto colds, sore and swollen joints, rheuweek. Waccsjexas. STOCK S POULTRY in a very low state of health. He Mr. John Hovious," father of THe school at tills place is matism, neuralgia, sciatica and like I medicine LINIMENT LIP ailments. Your money back if not satYob can get tfeea at does not improve fast Mr. A. Hovious, is here on a viB-i- t. progressing nicely under the isfied, but it does give almost instant BeeDee Healing Powder BeeDee Colic Remedy tout dealer's. P. B. 6 . The Adair County Spoke Co., management of Miss Mattie Ba- relief. .pPaull Drug Co. Ad. J& receiving quite a lot of nice A. C. Wheeler produced a ker. This is her second year at -- ;AdIr County News Company. They.; have sweet potato, that weighed 6 something like fifty tKo'usanl on pounds ' .'Miss. Bessie Cabbell spent last I occupy one window in Neat & the yard at this time! Quite a number of our citizens Saturday and Sunday with Miss Murray's Dry Goods Store, between W. I. Ingram's and the News Office, attended court at Jamestown Flossie Arnold.' spokes at this time ;!;;' Where is Ball? two doors from Reed & Miller's 3 Purew. an-p- Wool "Evt-.r- a - T if r -- . . nn- -. ..-- iy w, Circuit- $$$i $&&$&&&$$ I mACHlNlSTS N W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. -- up-to-da- te e, well-know- Special Notice Greensburg, Ky. Woodson Lewis - - 1 What "BeeDee" Means Bw Jec i yt - e-y- fJ ,. - .. hi ?r8& ' , viJikr?Wfcf--- ' Ww Y'i -- -, ,. . a. . i K- -. i I V 1 ' THE ADAIR COiiNTY NEW? 'f ki Treasurer's Report. -- r Notice-to-HieJMIi- c. ( f , Personals. A Mr. A. II. Ballard was in'Jjames-towr- i several days of last week. Dr. F. H. Winfrey and wife arrived from Frankfort last Wednesday night. Will return Mrs. J. U. Page and Mrs. Jo U. Conover, who have been on an ed visit to Monticello, returned home last Thursday. Mr. Paul Waggener was called to this county last week, on account of the serious illness of his aunt, Mrs. R R. Conover. Messrs. W. C. Combest and J. G Biggins, Russell Springs, were here Thursday. Mr. J. F. Dully, Lula, Ivy., and II. S. Winfrey, Jamestown, were here a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. W E McCandlesr and their little son, Earl, report a very delightful visit to relatives at Jamestown. Mrs. Clyde Crenshaw was in Louisville last week, shopping. Her husband met her at Campbellsville on her return trip. Miss Myra Butler has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs Coy E. Dudgeon, Lebanon. Mrs. John Lee Walker and her little son, John Ritchey, have returned from a vjsit to Burkesville. Mrs. Caroline Jeffries and daughter, Miss Mollie, spent several days in Campbellsville fast week, guests at the home of Mr.fcX. W. Miller. Mrs. Jo Russell has beerr quite ill since her return from the infirmary, but is better at this writing. Mr. O. C. Hamilton caiue down from Frankfort Sunday night, voted Tuesday and returned.' ' Mr. M. Cravens and Mr, H who are in the revenue service, came home to vote. Attorney General Jas. Garnefct arrived last Saturday night cast his suffrage Tuesday ahd will leave on his return trip to Frankfort the middle . rThe health campaign is now on in Writ Practice in alt the Courts. 'Adfiir county conducted by Dr. J. S. ' 0IIice:-- !n Rollin Hurt's (Hfice Locke and his assistants. This campaign is under the supervision pt Dr. Taylor and the local boards of health, Sentinel Alarm and the physicians of Adair county. They will visit the folio wing, schools at the time and place given below. Dr. Taylor or Dr. Locke will make talks at each of these places on preli14. ventive medicines. They will tell the July 7, Nell & McCandless, people the cause of, and how to preAmt. paid A. J. Bohannon, vent consumption, typhoid fever, Jim, Robert, and Harlan BoWaker many other disS 1G 50 whooping cough and hannon eases that are preventable, and that July7, Columbia Ltg. Co., lights 91 67 the people should not have. They for June will talk of hook worm and ether in- This Nickel Plated Alarm, 4 inch Dial, July 7, J. W. Walker, making a good Time Keeper, and a Sure testinal parasites. Every school bin, setting crusher and haulSleep Waker 56 65 teacher in the county is supplied with ing lumber, etc. containers, and any one wishing to be Equal to any 75 c or $1.00 Clock July 7, Sandusky Bros , billLbr. examined can secure these containers 20 30 for rock crusher bin, etc., Elsewhere. My price 65 c free. Your family physician alsp can July 7, J. G. Eubank, services 0 MURRAY BALL, Jeweler. 10 00 supply them. Every one is urged to mos. as Clerk secure these containers at once and July 7, O. P. Willis, services for Report of John W. Flu .vers, Treasurer of the Town of Columbia, of the amount of funds nbw in his hands, and the amounts received by him and the amounts paid out by him by order of the Board of Trustees of the said towa, from July 2nd, 1914, up to and including Cct. 5th, 1914. CREDITS. t ! ' ATTOBNn'-AT-tA- W ' COLUMlJlA, IvBNTHtKVy ' ' W.JXl 5f7 A T f What All About? Is It Ball's ftjyi June add paid Graft Page, Henry Hardin, and Logan Bo-mar 31 July Winfrey, Amt. paid Grover Grissom for hauling wood to crusher July 9, Sam Lewis, 3 sacks ce ment, less two joints tiling July 10, Jeffries Hdw. Store Acct. from February 5, 1914, to date July 11, Jo F. Patteson, Amt. paid Spencer Ewing and Bert Walker July 14, II. A. Walker, hauling two perch gravel July 25, Jo F. Patteson, for the purpose of paying rock crustier hands. Aug. 4, J. M. I earns, material for boiler and engine and work "on same Aug. 4, H. A. Walker, hauling 8, M. C. "2 1 7 2 1 100 45 7 5 loads jrock Aug. 4, J. F. Patteson, inoney paid rock crusher 'hands' on excess of the $100.00 placed in 20 his hands for that purpose previously Aug. 4, O. P. Willis, salary as Aug. 4, Sandusky Bros., piping, packing, record book Ausr. 4. Street Supt. ). Walker Bryant; boiler of the week. engine, lumber and and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Short, of ElClerk's acct. to date. lington, Cumberland county, are vis- Aug. 4, Robt. Bell, hauling 40 iting Mrs. Short's sister, Miss Sarah perch rock to crusher, plowMuilinix, who has been quite sick for ing and scraping on street two weeks. Aug. 4, Jas. English, hauling 50 load? rock Mr. Alex Roy, of near Creelsboro, Aug. 4, J. Z. Picuett, 123 hours was here last Monday. work at rock crusher Mr. M. E. Morgan, Amandaville, Aug. 4. 6IU-&-- Waggener, Amt. was here last Friday, viewing the paid Ales Bohannon for 49J schools. hours at rock crusher Mr. A. S. Chewning is spending, Aug. 4, Columbia Lighting Co., work at rock crusher several days of this week in the Blue Aug. 4, Columbia Lighting Co., Grass section of this State. lights Tor July Mr. M. R. Yarberry, who is in busAug. 5, T. E. Waggener, 9J iness in Louisville, came home to vote. cords wood for rock crusher Dr. 01 Miller, who is in the Louis- Aug. 5, C. S. Harris, hauling 7 ville University, came home and cast loads crushed rock his first vote. Aug. 5, Henry Muilinix, hauling 18 loads crushed rock Miss Mary Browning, who was the trained nurse at the bedside of Mrs, Aug. 7, J. W. Walker, 16 days 33 00 work at rock crusher R. R. Conover. is spending a few days' Aug. 10, C R. Hutchison, haulwitn her relatives at the Hancock 14 17 ing 28 loads crushed rock notel. Aug. 14, Marion Antle, work on John Thurman and wife attended crusher and sharpening drills 11 03 the Rally at Columbia Friday and to date spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. J. Sept. 9, O. P. Willis, services C. Spears. Mrs. Spears and little son, ' 30 '00 as Street Supt. Edward, accompanied them home Sat- Sept. 9, Chas. Sandusky, lumurday and spent a delightful time at ber, etc. 3 04 the old hamestead. Ltg. Co , Sept. 9, Columbia 93 00 lights for August Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davidson were 1 called to Liberty Saturday, on account Sept. 10, Nell & McCandless, 90 lantern of the illness of Mrs. Warriner, who is Mrs. Davidson. They left Sept. 10, C. G. Jeffries, Jailer, a sister of 13 05 her considerably better, but Miss Kate Acct. August 23rd, to date Sept. 10 J. G. Eubank, 17 cerWarriner, who led the singing in the tificates issued by him during recent meeting here, was quite sick. 4 25 month of August Mrs. M. Cravens is at home, seeing 1 197 66 to the packing of some of her house Total hold goods, preparatory to removing! DEBITS. to Louisville for the winter. Mr. and 1914. Mrs. Cravens will occupy three rooms $ 3 00 July 18, Tiling in the same building where Mr. and Aug. 25, Tiling used by county 15 60 Mrs. W. F. nancock reside. Oct. 5th, Received from W. B. $2 620 27 Patteson. Tax Collector Notice. S2 63S 87 Total In order to accommodate the trade, we RECAPITULATION. wish to ask customers to call during July 2, 1914, SI 141 30 the week for Hair cutting at 15c. Amount on hand 2 638 87 Saturday Prices will be 25c to All. Total Debits We are forced to do this in order to $3 780 17 accommodate the trade. 1 197 66 Total Credits Sullivan Bros., 50-lAsaLoy. Balance on hand Oct. 5, 1914 S2 582 51 Respectfully submitted, Jno. W. Flowers, Local Market. , Treasurer. To-da- y. being implicated in the removal of in- Monday, Nov., 2, at 9 a. m., at dietments from the Russell Circuit 54 07 Bloomington. At 1 p. m., at Breed- Clerk's office, tried at Jamestown last week, the jury failed to agree. Eleven 30 00 ing, No., 55. Tuesday, Nov., 3, at 9 a. m., at Gra- were for conviction, one for acquittal. The jury was made up of Adair coun6 35 dy ville school. ty men. This was the second trial. At 1 p. m., at Montgomery school. The jury in the first trial came from Wednesday at the town schools. Wayne county, and it stood ten for Thursday, Nov., 5, at 9 a. m., at 281 98 acquittal and two for conviction. At 1 p. m., at Antioch. Friday, Nov. 6, at 9 a. m., at Wilson The election was perhaps the quiet15 75 school. At 1 p. m.. at Rugby School. Adair county. The Monday, Nov., 9, at 9 a. m., at Rowe-tow- n est ever held in county was not canvassed and only school. At 1 p. m., at Red Lick 17 50 three or four speeches, by all parties, school. While it Tuesday. Nov. 10. at 9 a, m., at Pel-le- y made at the courthouse. 15 37 was quiet every voter you would meet ton At 1 p. m., at Barnett's would tell you that he intended to be Creek. polls, and that his neighbors at the 6 30 would also vote. While there was no For Safe. hurrahing, a good vote was polled 3 50 throughout the county. One pair of Computing Scales, one 92 67 The spooks didnot get in their work Oil Tank, Cheese Cutter, one here Saturday night. County Judge 14 25 one Peanut Stand Will sell the aboveJ very cheap. Also a lot of groceries at Herriford ordered that the lights burn These bargains are offered to all night, and officers were on the 2 45 cost. watch. The turning over of the old make room for my stock of shoes. iron safe in front of the Bank of CoGeo. W. Lowe. 52 2t. 6 30 lumbia was the only evidence of a disposition to trespass on property. Horrible. El-roy. prepare the specimens and bring or send them to the nearest school at 28 the time of meeting. All that are submitted at that time will be examined before the doctors leave that school. Any one having any sort of 00 worms will be given treatment absolutely free. Be sure to fix the spec05 imens as that is the only way by which the examination can be made. Every one is urged to come to the 31 nearest point and bring his neighbor and hear these talks. They are of 50 vital interest to every citizen of the county. If for any reason any one 00 cannot reach one of these places with the specimens, they may be left with Dr. Taylor or Superintendent Huffa-ke-r or any of the physicians of the 00 town, and they will be examined and treatment can be gotten from Dr. Taylor at any time afterwards. It is 50 important to remember that all this 00 examination and treatment comes to the people absolutely free during this campaign. The teachers or your doctor will explain how to prepare the specimens if nesessary. the whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial, question? Are swords rattling, cannon rumbling, mailed armour' glisteninr . t because Russia wanted to- - show her love for the little brother Servia f J.iv. -- TJ AS P. 0. Hours. - 'S'S&fmfBQ &W! .J. ' ii. -- akjf P53B The following are the office hours of Columbia Post Office: Opens at 0 a. m.; closes 7 p m. on y week days. 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The child was playing in front of the fire, its clothing catching, and was burned to death before assistance could reach it. For Sale or Rent. I desire to sell or rent my farm on Casey Creek. Said farm is located on Casey creek and Wilson creek Turnpike. Contains 204 acres of land, mile frm post office, mill and church, and 3 stores. No one need apply to rent unless they have a team. C. G. Jeffries, 52 3t. Columbia, Ky. Edwin Hagin, of Chungfu, Korea, will preach at the Presbyterian church, Sunday morning the 8th Inst., and at the evening service will deliver an address illustrated by stereopticon views. Monday evening he will deliver the same address at Union, and the night following at Edmonton. Mr. The residence of Mr. Paul Smythe, on Garnett,Avenue, is for rent. See Dr. W. F. Cartwright. 52-- 1 a 1 This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor of master workmen the aid of the most ingenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bottom, 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 gears from ever getting out of line and causing hard pulling, "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with lonrr sleeve malleable non-breaka- A Modern Woodman Camp was organized at Cane Valley last Monday night. The Columbia Camp put the new camp to work. Leslie Tupman was appointed Consul and Dennis Eubank clerk of the new organization. The outlook is good for a large Camp at Cane Valley. A Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks . ' The Parlor Circle continues to be a drawing card, and the shows are grow23 ing better with each performance. 8 Mr. Walter Sullivan, a splendid vio8 linist, is now a member of the orches 3 00 5 7 Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping Hides (green) ."" tra. For Sale. . Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Boo? jjay Apple (per lb).! 2S 12 Forty horse power 5 passenger Case 45 4 00 automobile in perfect condition. Cost 25 $2,300.00. A real bargain. 3 25 P. O. Box 515, Lebanon, Ky. '3 49 tf. S, Snow, Urich, "Very dry here the past Mo , says: summer. Crops short on account of Air teachers who have taught or and oats fairly good. are now teaching moonlight schools bugs. Wlfeat Been raining here since fall set in, and will please report to me at once the corn was blown down. I number enrolled, attendance, and num- most of the want Rollin Hurt to receive a big maber of illiterates taught in each school. Those who began and failed will also jority." please report the facts. Those who Mr. J. L. McLean has quit the grotaught or are teaching a second cery business and has been succeeded term will pleace report the facts: by Mr. J. G. Eubank, who has acceptIt is necessary for me to have these ed a position as salesman for Mr. L. reports so that I may know what has W. Bennett. been done.. Very respectfully, On account of wet weather, many Tobias nuffaker, Supt. farmers were a little late in sowing wheat, but nearly all in Adair county Judge J. C. Carter passed through finished last week. Columbia last Saturday moning en The tobacco crop of Adair county is route to his home, Tompkinsville, from Jamestown, where he held a two not as large as usual, but it is said to week's term of court. He is behind be a superior quality. 'f with the civil business in the Russell Th qala of the Concord Church in order to clear the docket, court and changed from last he has called a special term to convene property has been Saturday. to next at Jamestown the nth of this mouth. Saturday There are twenty cases to try. The Breeding school will give an Saturday night Nov. Mr. Coleman Finn, who lives in the entertainment Tutt Addition, celebrated his 91st 7, 1914. Free. Moonlight Schools. letter from R. ,., e. skeins that insure light running, and last any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma-t- o, chine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, makes 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 better service. Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. out-car- ,v Sold By wo 01) ON GREENSBUR3, KENTUCKY. jJ! J "i The Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest priced Lut the belt, ana in the crd the cheapest f3XSZ3S&?ri.ZG was county court and a i large crowd was in town, some on business, others to hear the speaking. MWnrlav An Artive Liver Means Health. If ..iti want good health, a clear Com birthday one day last week. A bountiful dinner was spread which was enjoyed by neighbors and friends. Walter Irvin, an infant son of Mr. plex'onand freedom from Dizziness Mrs Oscar Sinclair, Pellvton. this Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches county, died on the 28th of October and Indigestion, take Dr King's New Born, to the wife of U. M. Grider, They drive out fermented Louisville, Oct., 25th 1914, a 9 pound Dlfe Pills. girl Marlah Frances. and undigested foods, clear the Blood An infant child of Mr. and Mrs A. and cure Constipation. , Only 25c at A Modern Woodman Camp will be Gradyville with D Morris, near Knifley, died a few' Paull Drug Co. organized at (j members. days ago. tweny-sito-nig- ht x V lv "V 1. - 1 , y' THE ADAIlvICOUNTYrNEWS r" The The Brighter Side. Scrap Book Turned the Joke. They were holding- the annual charl-stbazaar in an English town, and the rich merchant of the place, followed by his pompous footman in smart livery, was going from stall to stall, spending his money freely. "Ah, Mr. said a really sweet and charming lady at one of the stalls, "and what are you going to buy? - Official returns from the ports y Fitz-brendon- ," TtT-n- ' -- JsfS this table, and we nave nomemaae cakes, aprons, THE OLD LADY penwipers and" DEEW SEAR. "Yes," said P.. 'Said I'll buy just one of each. But 'do you sell hisses at your stall 2" "Oh, certainly!" came the ready "One guinea each!" "Eight!" replied the autocrat. "Then Til take a couple and good measure, please!" "Aunt," remarked the fair and dainty 4amsel. "forward, please! Two kisses for this gentleman!" The old lady drew near, and for a moment the man of means was nonplused, but only for a moment Then he turned to his servitor: "James," be said coolly, "just take titils purchase, please!" re-pl- tjB E5r II l nlrl finnrlft J' and I are running 6 till shall the soul around it call The shadows which it gathered here. And, painted on the eternal wall, The past shall reappear. : The Past. j I " Think ye the notes of holy sons On Milton's tuneful ear have died? Think ye that Raphael's angel throng Has vanished from his side? Oh, no! We live our life again, Or, warmly touched or coldly dim, The pictures of the past remain. Man's work shall follow him. Whittier. ' A Startling Event. Two Irishmen fresh from Ireland bad just landed in New York and engaged a room in the top story of a hotel. Mike, being very sleepy, threw himself on the bed and was soon last asleep. The sights were so new and strange would through As health talks to women become superior to Qj. .. cathartic which 80 per cent, of our fornore general, both in the newspapers etc., which salts,entirely toopills, waters, are violent. nd on the platform, the mass of women Women should see to it that they re beginning to realize what the more have at least one movement of the eign trade passes show a remarklltivated have always known, that bowels each day, and when showing any jod health cannot be found in a powder tendency to constipation should take able recovery in exports from the ox. The externals of health may be Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin nained in that way, but the basis of small dose prescribed. A brief in the ealth lies deeper, and yet is just as it will so train the stomach and use of bowel slump of the war embargo. At l keep constantly on hands a nice line asily obtained. muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are The most important thins: that a this port"they are running 35 1 Caskets and Coffiins, and Men Toman can do .for herself, and about voiced by thousands of women, after Ahich she is often most neglectful, is personal experience, among them Miss V. Robes, also a nice Hurse. watch the condition of her stomach L. Moore. 32 Claiborne St.. Xashille, per cent., ahead of last year. nd bowels. The weary eyes, the bad Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. over Cumberland Grocers Co., reath, the frequent headaches, the Anvone wishing to make a trial of this imples, the general air of lassitude is Phone 52 A. At all ports they are turning the Columbia, Ky. remedy before buying it in the regular line times out of ten the result of con- way a druggist at one or indigestion, both. balance of trade more and more simple J. B. Jones. stipationremedies can beorobtained, Itfany have ofasample bottle fifty cents orhome but dollar a large bottle (family size) can sent to the the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. free of charge by simply addressing Dr. and more strongly in our favor, 405 Washington St. It Is mild, pleasant to the taste and W. B. Caldwell, Your name and address Monticello, 111. exactly suited to her needs. It is far on a postal card will do. and the problem of meeting current indebtedness to Eupope in goods instead of gold is evidentBirdseve view ot our Plant ly in the way of settling itself. Land Owners Attention. Wheat, flour oats, corn, sugar, T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do meats and other foodstuffs have your Surveying correctly. been sold tOcEurope in enormous He has thirty-thre- e years quantities. At the same time, experience. Charges reathe pricejof food articles in the sonable. Phone 74 or hometmarketflare again nearer .write specnormal.5l.The first rush of F. C. Faulkner, ulation is apparently over, and Columbia, v '. gamblerswho profited by the war tocreate a general scare B Business Pho e 13 P Residence Phone-1have overplayed their game. In many lines of manufacture "Largest in Dixie" DR. J. N. MURRELL the impulse? given to trade by the demands of Europe has stimDENTIST Incorporated ulated production. Wagons and Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g s for the armies have up Stairs. beenordered by the thousands, - Kentucky Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, blankets and underwear by mill- Columbia, btair Work, Brackets, btc. Write tor our catalog ions. The largest amounts of certainclasses of cotton shipped Daily fromUNewfcYork in a long time EVERYTHING IN were sentjabroad lastweek. Courier In the present situation it of the United States 2-- Ude$trf;e$. Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health 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. JMy doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL and--adie- s 50c AND DRUGGISTS. Lo-ati- on C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Surveying Special Attnetin lo Eves Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon 9 due when work is done or Btock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON 8DBKSV1LLE J. B. Stone J. H. Stone Stone Q & w Stone, Attonev-At-La- V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Will pradtice m this and adjoining counties. : auto-truck- Louisville, Kentucky. Jamstown, Kentucky WHOLESALE :CvTTV l . 1 I an a rzsiv ? if 1 "5 fca fe ' - z . Made A fie-- j Journal the window looking out. Soon an alarm of lire :was rung in, and a. to Pat that he sat beibetter if more people at considered the actual facts and i.00 a kar kept in mind that whatever our troublesjmay be, no other coun- HOOFING and Printed. Also Elwood stomach, head and :k T. Alston, Raleigh, .i. 1 i ver and kidnevs did uri but four bottles ol Eio:,t',. made uiu.fee rI:e i ne.v PRICE 50CTS. -- "1 was suffer V .. JVia; ' . ,. i . -- i ALL 5P.UG y :' .7JTy-L- fire rushed by throwing up sparks of fire and clouds of jKnoke. This great- engine Sunday y Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and American Fence. JtM&Jj! OVER 65 YEARS try in the world is solwell as thefcUnitedUStates. York World. eoottJj off to-da- excited Pat, yrho called to his comrade to get up and come to the jrindow, but Mike Was fast asleep, ly New Courier - Journal 3 I ffijiyjj; qnlcUly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Comiiiunlea-tlonsstnctlyconfldenti- EXPERIENCE "p-- -r "The Old Man." $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News ct oon followed the look!' first, spouting Boys, when you speakjof your like the former. This amoke and fire .was too much for Pat, who rushed ex; citedly to the bedside and, shaking his father don' trcali;-- him the "old triend, called loudly: Wake up! Come man." Of course you are older "Mike! Mike! quick and look! They are moving hell, and two loads have gone by already!" now than when'you werejtaught Philadelphia Ledger. Another engine C0ME Q Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. '.Incorporated 1 Anvone sendlns a sketch Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks anj descrtntlrn ma? CO- - HANDBOOK en Parents sent free. Oldest ncency for securu.jr ratnt-- . Patents taken throcch 3Iuna & t. receive fptctal notice, without charge, in the Scientific Jlmerlcan. cirhandsomely Illustrated weekly. I ?r.--f culation of any scientmc Journal. : rn s. i5 a year: four months, ?1. Sold 07 all new ?t ialer. A MUNNctCo.364Bro3t,-NewYork State News Local News 12-- 1 it l6.EaatlMaket MrceK Between Firsthand Brook Branch Offlce. C25 P SU Washington. SH33S2ES3Z: D. C n Foreign News It Was Cold. much smarter than you were The absentmindedness of the true (i acholar is well illustrated by this story: Political News "My dear," said the professor on en- then, you are much more manly tering the dining room one cold day ( of Everything last winter, "don't alarm yourself, but looking, your clothes fit you betin a slight palsy has manifested itself ( for Everybody my left foot In spite of the fact that ter, your hathas amodern shape the glass is 22 degrees above zero my light foot feels more than normally and your hair is combed differwarm, whereas the left is quite rigid Are you interested in what is ently, in short.you are "flyer" and stiff and cold as ice." Upon the directions of the family taking place day by day all over physician, who was summoned without than you werej then.! '.Your fadelay, the professor was put to bed, ihe world ? If you are you NEED when it was discovered that he had ther has a lastjjyear's coat, a two two socks on his right foot and none THE COURIER-JOURNAyear old hatfand"a vest of still on his left foot! No Wonder L. to call him "father." You are Market Reports i.cuisvsjle. KyJ 9I km Yea a Ionian ? Y Thought He Vas a Butter Expert. At a party the hostess said to a guest: "I want you to entertain Mr. Blank a little. He looks bored to death. I will Introduce him, and you must try to amuse him. You know hi9 strong point is butter, on which he fca written a book." The lady guest graciously undertook 4h& task of entertaining the man, in wardly wondering that he should be sc Interested in butter of which she knew very little when his face indicated a mind given to much profound older pattern. town give him a trial order one such an elegantfnote as you can month Daily 50 cents, with Sunand all thafc,but don't call him day 75 cents. He can't write If there is an agent in your The Louisville DailytHerald And the 1 Tbe Woman's Tooio W IWWMWMMB i ft 19 FOB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS I "old man." Call him "father." If there ie no agent in your For yearslheihas been hustling town give order to the paper in aparound togetijTthings together; which this advertisement pears (you may get a special clubhe has beeiitheld to the thorny bing rate,) or send the order di path of uphill industry, and the thinking. i rect to the Courier-Journa- l. HoweverT with butter in view, she Began on the weather, gradually got to brightest halflofjhisflife has gone WEEKLY COUIER-JOIUR-Nthe country, then on to a farm, from loves you, that to cows and at last to butter. The from him forever. He has been discontinued, man looked more bored than ever, the though'vhe goes along without magic word butter producing not the but FARM AND FAMILY, a slightest effect and he left her somewhat abruptly and soon withdrew from saying much about it, therefore most excellent illustrated monthly the house. "1 did my best" she explained to the be not so ungrateful. magazine, is a worthy successor. testess. "I went through agonies to The price is only 25 cents a year. prove that I was deeply interested in Tonight. was all in vain." batter, but it A.sk for a sample'copy. AL Adair County News One Year Each Notice to the Public General BlacKsmithing acd Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put en. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and Buggy, Carriage satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 PHONE NO. 75 For S3.50 This offer will hold, good for only a short ' time. If tou want to keep posted in poli-tic- s and Current events, subscribe now. Come, bring of send jour subscriptions to tftfHe 1 .. JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. -- exclaimed the hostess, Tonight if you feel dull and stupid, possessed you to talk to thai "vliat zaan, of all men, on butter? I told yoa or bilious and constipated, take a dose on Bndha ast y1" a Chamberlajns Tablefcts and JV deeply you two wjej' -U4- s aad I knew taterested In the same subject' will feejlall right toworrow. JFor sale Asd they said in chorus, "Graclowt ibyPaSlDrug Co. Ad. ' Btrasd Magazine. 'Butter!" 1. H. tJOES Vsterinavy Surgeon and CantiBt years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. . Courier-Journ- al Company INCORPORATED $ Louisville Ky.N this office- - PHONE NO. 7N . 4t- -r - u :mM ' " f. -.-(- - .Z3Hjk t AiSWai- - ' the;:aoair coum y news 7 9) (E (E 9) fl) WELL DRILLER Rugby. You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed ot purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking I will drill wells in Adair and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rosson and adjoining counties. See me be- family and Miss Nannie Bean-wershopping in Columbia last fore contracting. Latest imThursday. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give Mr. Herman Roach is.in a crit me a Call. ical condition. His left leg that was broken has healed up but he C. YATES had the fever and it settled in his left leg and it will push him F""""" Tired! e Are you tired? rundown? oerront? Is everything you do on effort? Not it is not laziness. You ore ill. Yoor system needs a tonic. Your Stomach. Kidneys and Liver need stirring up. Nothing will do this better than THE MAN WITH THE WOODEN LEG By M. QUAD ' A I Copyright. 1913, I Electric 50c. and $1.00 erary Press. by Associated Lit- J. Bitters Pointed All Druggists ) CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feei as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. THE to get well. We organized a Literary So- Paragraphs. L0UISV1LL TIMES FOR 1914 Has Helped Thousands. fl&lu BBSBHk E1Ebb HEHBb 4 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER With some people there is no ciety here last Friday night and elected Prof. Evin Roberts, Pres- such word as enough. ident and James Rosson, SecreA woman's mirrorcasts and tary. We meet every Friday causes a variety of reflections. night and every body is invited. Some people talk so much that Wheat sowing is the order of they have no time to think. the day now. Fortunate is the man whojean Everything is plentiful around see the finish of his enemies. here but news. Don't blame your wife's relations. Vou selected them your-selEdith. f. Turkey has given assurance to the English and Russians that he intendsto remain neutral and that the mobilization of its army is entirely for the purposes of self protection. of the German's airships. Gen. Von Moltke Chief of GerTHE man staff has been superseded on account of his critical illness, He is said to be dying from a cancer. THE REGULAR PRICE OF LOUISVILLE TIMIt IS $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR The first timea girl goes to Everything is moving along nicely in this neighborhood at Europe she expects a proposal from a prince. present. The French have brought down A German submarine has been five German aeroplanes. A sin- rammed and sunk by the British gle French aviator was responsi destroyer Bodger off the Dutch ble for the destruction of all five j coast. If YOU WiLL SEND The worst ordeal a boy has to Mr. and Mrs. Dock Corneal, who have been visiting relatives face is plenty of pie andja limitORDEi in this neighborhood for the past ed capacity. TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS AND The Daily month, left for their home, Sioux A woman seldom makes a fool City, Iowa, last Monday. She merely' points of a man. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williams, the way and he does the rest and daughter, Louise, of Dunn- himself. ville, spent last Sunday with Mr. Many a man is under the imand Mrs. W. R. Knifley. pression that he is wise""merely Mrs. Valeria Campbell is having a new dwelling house erected on her farm at this place. Mr. Finis Neal, of the L. W. louisvilie And The because he has no children to ask himquestions. Everything has a bright side even the dark lantern. THE L0U1SVILEE TIMES T. S., was at home with his parSunday. It's too bad that we can't live ents last Saturday night and long without getting old. Some men were born asleep Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neat, of and forgot to wake up. Columbia, spent several days of Women a3 a rule are more last week with relatives in this generous than wi3e in financial neighborhood. Mr. P. P, Wesley was at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Jen- Adair County New BOTH ONE YEAR Of the six passengers who alighted from the stagecoach at the Acorn inn, In Blissfleld. one April evening, one was a man with a wooden leg. The stranger registered as John Gordon of Chicago, and. when he gave out that he might remain in Blissiield for several weeks, everybody wondered what business could have brought him there. After three or four days it leaked out that the man was a government tfgent. who had come to watch the men who had been stealing timber off certain lands. That gave him increased respect, and yet even I, a schoolboy, noticing the man's steel gray eyes. firm set jaw and thin lips, could have told that he was cruel, if not bad hearted He had lost his left leg at the kneeu. and the- substitute was not a cork leg, but a crotch and a stick the plainest and cheapest sort. of an affair. His dress was also very plain, his speech that of the common order "The man with the woodeu leg." as he came to be generally spoken of. aad been in town about a week when one of the leading merchants was robbed of about a thousand dollars in cash. The local constable did a great deal of talking, but struck no clew, and in hi3' desperation he asked Gordon to assist him. believing no doubt that a government officer of any sort ought to bs more or less posted in detective work. Gordon seemed to think the matter over for awhile and then replied: "The case is as plain as the nose on your face. The merchant's son took the money, and after this thing quiets down he will go off to St Louis to have a good time. I'd stake my life, he's got every dollar of the missing cash securely hidden away somewhere." Ten or twelve days passed, and then came a terrible tragedy. The richest man in BlissOeld was Squire Higgins. He owned the woolen, mills, a storv and several houses and., had money to lend. He was a widower, but lived with his son and wife. His room was on the ground floor, while all others slept upstairs. He had no safe, but kept his money in a tin bos on a shelf in a closet. He hd a bank account over at Medina. ten miles away, but often had $1,006" or more In the bouse. One evening when the others were ready to go to bed ha. announced that he had some business to attend to and was seated at his desk in the sitting room when the others retired. About midnight the daugh- - r heard a fall and a groan, downstairs, and when her husband went down to investigate tiie squire was found dead on the floor, having been stabbed no less than five times . ter-in-la- w In the body FOR ONLY Is the best afternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. $4.50. I THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corra It is Democratic, . but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p nie Cundiff, of Casey Co., who was danger ouslysick last week. Evans Bro3. sold twelve head of steers to Combest & Wilson, of Dunnville, for $500.00. Same party sold to Henry Collins, of Campbellsville, six heifers at 6ct per lb. Mr. Henry Grant, of Neats-buris doing some repair work on Mr. E. L. Grant's this week. dwelling, g, County News both for 4.50 per year. (tm fectly. Covers the general news Sal Rugby. tions for girls and for boys. half-mi-le race completely. Has the best and fullest mit The box supper at the writers school last Saturday night went off well. Eight boxes sold for $6.70. Miss Lula Moss won the premium $1.00 for the prettiest box. We now have 65 volumes in our library. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pickett, Mr. Green Warner, of Texas, Nearly every tobacco barn is visiting his mother, Mrs. John Preston and brother, Acy War- here has had fire in them for several days to dry out the toner, this week. bacco as it was house burning. reports. of Pyrus, visited their daughter, kets Mrs, Flora Rossen, Friday night. DEMOCRATIC in politics b A few days ago, Bob Rowe, of fair to everybody. this place, while at work, took a catch in his back and had to be SEND YOUR SUBSCR!!'. carried to the house. He can TI0N RIGHT AWAY walk around now. JDENT-A.3- Mr. E. R. Miller spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Davenport, of Dunnville. from this neighborhood attended the singing at Knifley last Sunday. Several L OFE'ICE! Dr. James Tripletf - Logan Murphey, of Illinois, is The social given by Mr. and DENTIST Herman Roach is not doing visiting his wife and father, of Mrs. Owen Beard, last Saturday OVER PATJJLX, DRUG- CO. very well with his broken leg. It this place, this week. night, was largely attended and Columbia, Ky. has grown over an artery. We have had several days of res phone: so. obutcce PHONH OB all reported a nice time. Liver Means Health. An Active wet weather this week and the Mr. Grover Beard spent last If you want good health, a clear comroads are getting muddy. Saturday night at Mr. Jo Tuckplexion and freedom from Dizziness, rally over the Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches This division er. looking forward to and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New county are Mr. W. It Knifley attended the county rally at Columbia with Life Pills. They drive out fermented the meeting at Shiloh. and undigested foods, clear the Blood expectation of winning some and cure Constipation. Only 25c at and Indigestion canned no creat distress the for two years. J. tr.e'" many thincrs for Miss Florence Beard, of Neats-burAd. rolicf, but sotTittle Lrlp. tiliac lastl found Paull Drug Co. of the prizes. it ia tao bosf pills or Tsedicine I ever tried visited in this neighbor? If a bachelor has an opinion of The rally at Antioch was well r part of last week. hood attended and the contests wece his own he should annex a wife. Mr. W. H. Evans was in Dimn-viH- e warm. Your writers pupHs carEven a poor banber is seldom Gjhj.V LZ iiiiuuJl r : CEftTS ?; last Thursday on business. xll trfl'tiGiSTS. ried off the prize in the ' recita as unsatisfactory as a- bad razor. 25 g, ! i House and grounds were searched, but the murderer had escaped, aud he had also taken with him the cash box, which contained about $700. Gordon seemed to take a lively interest in the murder. Xo outside help, would have been called in and the matters. murderer might have gone his way but for the arrival of another stranger. Laughing draw3 the corners He was, as it happened, a first class detective, who was just then employed ' up; crying pulls in tracing a missing man. The crirna of the mouth was a day old. when be reached Bliss-fiel- d. them down. Chicago News. He heard all the particulars from tiie loungers at the inn and then volunteered to look the ground over. I keep on hands a full stock of This was .a courtesy on his part coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep which the sheriff could not refuse, and after supper he was taken to the Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and house. The tracks in the garden were still two hearses. Prompt service night or fresh when the detective took hold of and in three minutes he day. Residence Phone 29, office the work, his mind to something. had made up Ho hone 9S. had little to say to any of the men. explaining that he had not yet com45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, pleted his investigations, but as he left AdColumbia. Ky. the house to return to the inn. while I followed at a respectful distance, he turned down a quiet lane, beckoned me to follow, and when we were alone J Craycraft. r1 he lighted his pipe and asked: "Boy. do you know any man in town ' who is lame in the left leg?" Farmers of this section are not I answered in the negative, but add-,.- ; ed that there was a man with a wood through sowing wheat on account en leg at the inn. He at once began i to question me about this man. not yet' of the wet weather. having seen 1dm himself, aud 1 told him all I knew and all 1 had heard Mr. and Mrs. Esta Hays and Of course he told me nothing in re turn, though I heard him chuckling to family, of Taylor county, were himself, and his face betrayed the fact pleased visiting at Mr. J. D. Hayes' Sun- that he was his guide about something. 1 acted as to the jail, and when in the presence of the sheriff he day and Monday. said: you to go with me to over"1 Mr. Henry Sutherland was vis- haul wantman with the wooden leg at the . ; w ' , iting friends in this section last the tavern." sheriff, week. , Mr.. S. L. Blair attended the "Jos- Grand Lodge Louisville. Mrs. P. H. Hadley, of St. eph, Mo., was visiting relatives here last week. Cause of InSomnla. commoA cause of is disorders of the Stomach and eBstfpation. Chambedain's Tablets The mo3C liwLifiPii Y-j- the-latte- . corrects these disorders and erraWe you to sleep. For sale by Paull Brag Co. - Ad. I detective and constable, The with two or three other citizens, proceeded to the Inn and to Gordon's, room. He was cool and quiet and offered cigars all around, but those who were watching him saw him grow pale as the sheriff began by begging, his pardon and hoped no offense would be taken, but would he let them look at his wooden leg. Gordon faltered and bluffed and was reaching for his pistol under his pillow when the detective seized him. When they had him securely bound they unstrapped his wooden leg. and. lo. his left foot was there as right as any man's. res, he was the man who had robbed the merchant nnd the postmaster, and he was also the murderer of Squire Higgins. On the evidence worked up by the detective lu a couple of hours' time Gordon was tried, convicted and hanged, and every dollar of the stolen inofley went back to the rightful own-- - fc ere. . 11 Ufr' . ) i - 8 THE AbAIR COUNTY NEWS DEVELOPMENTS IN -, I tained in a dispatch to Reuter's Telegram Company from Vienna by way of Amsterdam. It says: "In Galicia yesterday there was no change. In some parts of the line our adversaries are strongly intrenched. Our heavy artil-ler- y destroyed several points of support of the hostile batteries." official wireless from Berlin to Washington, Oct. 29. An Institute in Columbia, the German 'Embassy supplements last night's official announceGerman-Austria- n troops before new the east German reverses ment of the retirement of the From the west and-froFriday and Saturday in the are reported. Germany acknowledges a check Russian forces, and says the Belgians have been in Russian Poland, but concerning the great battle in Flanders she fighting between Nieuport and Dixmude, which continued on the preserves her silence. The only official word received by midday 28th. y was from the French, who again made indefinite claims to Friday's session will be devoted to Soil Preparation' further progress. London, Oct. 29, (7:40 a. m.). Telegraping from Copenhagen, and Soil Building, Seeding, Stock Raising and Silos.. Not since the struggle along the North Sea began a fortnight the correspondent of the Times says: ago has Germany made a statement upon which may be based "It is learned in Berlin that from all parts of the east and west Saturday, Horticulture, Poultry and Domestic judgment as to the course of events. The best information avail- battle fronts soldiers are being rushed to Belgium in response to Science. Ladies especially invited to able indicates that, notwithstanding their relentless attacks and the order of Emperor William to take, Calais at all costs. It is Saturdays exercises heavy sacrifices of life the Germans are further from the coast announced that the Germans will be able to control than when the battle began. the southern part of the North Sea as soon as the postess Calias. The Institute will be addressed by C. L. Clayton, The one great factor upon which the Allies build their hopes "All the entrances to Cuxhaven, by land and sea, have been Louisville; R. A. Ogg, Indiana; D. D. Slade, Lexingapparently is,according to their claims, be- closed by imperial command. No civilians are allowed in the viof an eventual triumph ton; M. Douglas, Indiana; Mrs. R. A. Ogg, ginning to tell. It is the almost inexhaustible supply of men that cinity of the harbor, which is crowded with floating batteries, ZepGreencastle, Indiana may be drawn from the vast reaches of the British and the Rus- pelins and submarines." sian Empires, which are relied upon in time to crush the Germans ARMIES WORN OUT. as Grant did the South, by overwhelming numerical superiority. "The fact is that the two armies have fought themselves out the entry of the Ottoman Empire into the international struggl; the East this influence seemin ly is already felt, and to it In now stretches in an almost unbroken diagonol line across Europe is ascribed the German reverses in Russian Poland. The secret of temporarily and that the Germans' first effort to break through long- and, as Turkey's adherence to the Teutonic side of the quarrel can the Russian victory, writes a British correspondent at Petrograd, the Allies' lines has failed. Neither side could continue any dies in the vastness of the Russian Emporer's army, which he es- er, the men having been without sleep or rest for the ten days that hardly be the last new factor in the war which gradually is entimates at 8,000,000 men. This enables the Russians to keep an the battte has been in progress over ground which at best is a gulfing the Eastern hemisphere, it may reach from the Atlantic to immense reserve for every army, changing regiments frequently morass. the Indian ocean. The Germans succeeded last Saturday in getting some men and never leaving the same men on the firing line long enough to across the Yser canal, and they put more men across Sunday. But Greece, Rumania and Bulgaria are practically certain to be become state. Meanwhile the British, who describes their forces now on the the forces facing them was too formidable, and now the opposing drawn into the conflict which already is engaging ten nations, and the ultimate inclusion of Italy and Persia, with perhaps the Asiatic continent as merely an advance guard, are training at home an armies are taking a long needed rest. This cessation of heavy firing seems to have extended along lands to the eastward of the lattter country, i3 y army of 1,500,000 men, of whom 600,000 are territorials. .regarded in the line as far as Arras, and the result of it all is that the Germans London as scarcely les3 probable. French statement, while again optimistic in tone, gave little specific information. On the extreme western end of while they have suffered heavy losses and have inflicted similar Hot on the heels of the Turkish offensive movement against the battle line, where the fighting has been fiercest, there is "nothr punishment on the Allies, are farther away from the French coast than they were at the beginning of the battle. Russian ports on the Black Sea has followed what amounts to aj ing new." The small forces which have been left to hold the line from declaration of war by Emperor Nicholas in the form of instructions' the London ascribes th'e full of the last few days to the fact-tha- t opposing armies have been utterly exhausted by incessant fighting the Oise to the Meuse while the greater battle is proceeding have to his Ambassador and his Consuls to quit Turkey forthwith, and been engaging in night attacks at different points, the advantage by day and night and perforce relaxed their efforts. thi3 will be followed promptly by similar action on the part of each There is no indication, however, that Germany intends to aban- sometimes going to one and sometimes to the other. It is said that of the allied Governments. The appearance of the allied fleet off don the fight for possession of the North Sea coast Unofficial re- in one of these night attacks near Craonne the Germans lost 2,000 the Dardenelles will be a natural sequence. poured in from every part along men. ports have it that Along the Meuse the French are advancing slowly between The intervention of the Porte, since its persistent disregard of the battle line where they can be spared. In the opinion of military critics the outcome of this battle, Apremont and St. Mihiel in their effort to cut off the Germans who the warnings of Great Britian, France and Russia, has been anticipated and is said to have been thoroughly prepared for. It is acthe severest open fighting of the war, may determine whether it are holding the latter place. What the London press describes as reprisals in Berlin in the cepted is possible for exposed columns of infantry to stand up against in London as another proof of the German need to endeavmatter of the vigorous handling of the English there are related gun. modern instruments of war such as the machines or to draw off Russian forces from Poland and Galicia. The Mus To the south and aast. along the battle line across France, suc- in a Reuter's Telegram Company dispatch from Belin by way of covites, however, have a large and growing reserve which theyj Of Wednesday. cesses are reported by the French to the south of Arras, between The Hague under date "The German police authorities," the message says, "are pre- - claim is quite capable of attending to the Turkish factor without the Aisne and the Argonne and in the forest of Apremont. None paring to take even more drastic oppressive measures against the depleting the armies now in the field of the German attacks, it is said, has been successful. ts authorities are taking a reyised census of British OHI. Vlrt flvnlrtil-xjliu PnMMtnn r.t?CTi. xuiiiiicij, TrrVrDrk icuiainauic CAjjiuita Untr British. The nave vjciiuan uuieci Ij'mfiAn nuuoc with a view to facilitating arrests. Word has gone forth fairly earned a place in history, is reported to have performed the Washington, Oct. 31. --The Turkish Minister of Finance inform most darjng feat of all. Disguised with a fourth smokestack, pre- that a clean sweep will be made and it is considered possible that sumably taken from some captured vessel, and flying the Japanese every Englishman in the German capital will be under arrest in a ed the French Ambassador at Constantinople yesterday that the raid xf Turkish warships on Russian seaports took place without flag, the Emden is said to have sailed boldly into, the waters of short time." The Germans, it is stated, are taking additional precautions the knowledge of the Ottoman Government and presumably under Periahg, a British possession in the Straits Settlement, and to have against spies and are curtailing the privileges of the English civil- the influence of German officers and crew. This information was sunk a Russian cruiser and a French destroyer. The Emden was reported yesterday to have sunk a small Jap- ians already interned. In some of the concentration camps in Ger- conveyed, in a dispatch from Ambassador Morgenthau to many, the Englishmen, it is said, are forced to sleep on straw. anese passenger steamer. the American Government. long list of losses on the sea continue to grow. Another The BATTLE m SMALL AREA. Mr. Morgenttau added that the Russian Ambassador received steamer is reported to have been sunk off the north coast of IreOpposing armies fighting over region about the size of an! instructions at 3 a. m. yesterday to demand his passports and made land. Off Cuxhaven a Swedish vessel was destroyed by a mine, average Iowa farm. with the loss of five men. an effort to see the Grand Vizier, who pleaded illness and did not London, Oct. 29, (10 a. ml.). The fourteenth day of the batNo further word was received from South Africa, although receive him. England's anxiety was relieved by the official statement last night tle of West Flanders, which is being fought over an area hardly The Russian, French and British Ambassador, according to farm in the State of Iowa, found the Alof the Union of South greater than a good-size- d that Gen. Louis Bothav commander-in-chie- f dispatch, are preparing to leave Constantinople together Africa forces, met promptly and effectively the emergency pre- lies holding their ground to the west of the Yser and the Germans the same to repeat their furisented by the new rebellion. Ha was said to have put to rout the apparently bringing up more On receiving instructions to leave Constantinople the Russian ous attempts to break through, and reach the coast of France. forces under Gen. Christian Beyers. No word has yet been All dispatches seem to agree that there was a temporary lull Ambassador immediately placed the interests of Russia :n the concerning the activities of Gen. Christian-dWet, the noted Boer General, who also has taken the field against yesterday in the fighting between Nieuport and Ypres, but the hands of the Italian Ambassador. are far from unanimous as to whether this was due to an "forces of the Union Government. the Ambassador Morgenthau's dispatch made no mention of any wounded, which must armistic to bury the dead and remove-?thof war nor of internal condition in Turkey. He prob.v thickly cover the field, or whether it was caused by the exhaustion declaration ably will-takover the French and British embassies. officials announce- of the contending forces or the German lack of ammunition. Paris,-- October 29, (2i50p. ment given out in Paris this afternoon says that yesterday the Ambassador Morgenthau's dispatch was filed at neon yesterThe London press hazards all three guesses, and contends at .French troops made progress at several points on the line, but par- any rate that the position of the Allies is satisfactory. The public day in cipher and was read with interest by White House officials ticularly around" Ypres arid to the south" of Arras. The text of the is warned, however, that 'tjie struggle in this quarter is not j'et as well as by officers of the Government generally. The. fact, that communication follows: over, for the Germans, if they find' the'northern route to Dunkirk no mention was made concerning missionaries led officials to Boulogne as an "During the day 'of yesterday we made progress at several and Calais impassa"ble, maystjiffr td the south-witthat Mr. Morgenthau felt confident that Americans through' points along the line of battle, but particularly around Ypres and objective. It was at Boulogr that'Napofeon waited in vain for his troops out the Ottoman Empire would be safe. to 'the south of Arras. ' " In diplomatic circles the news that the Ambassadors of the to embark for England, and the taking of this city by the Germans "There is nothing new on the front between Nieuport and would stir the German people'as nothing else could. Triple Entente were preparing to leave Constantinople was no surk Tokio, Oct. 29, (11 a. m.)l The British Embassy hears that prise. "Between the Aisne and the Argonne we took possession of crusier Emden, flying the Japanese flag and disguised y On the authority of a prominent diplomat it was said some trenches occupied by the enemy, and not one of the , partial the German i.he addition of a fourth smoke stack, entered Penang, a British by attacks undertaken by the Germans resulted successfully. that A. Rustem Bey, thp Turkish Ambassadpr here, when leaving possession, injfte Straights Settlements and fired torpedoes which Washington-thre"We advanced also in the forest of Apremont. " weeks ago told a friend thaWTurkey would en-tsankjthe Russian crusier Jemtchug and a French destroyer, xrofrrvtrrad. Oct. 29. The Austrians and Germans have lost the war on the side of Germany wkhin a month. ' "TWEmden's entrance into the waters of Penang was auda prisoners in thd battles of the . Thelcampaign which Turkey is said to exp'ect to wage against 60 000 men killed, wounded and ciojiB;:" Sne' came under the guns of the fort,, andfter jinking, the, wa during the last ten days. The prisioners t3 3 i Eastern theatre of aoin3an buiuugu 41 A "' cruiser ana lug ucsr..iujrc1 cowmen flAiirtl me ouraw ot Maiacpa. the Triple Entente is said by British officials to incltfde extensive' Russians number 35,000v takeh'by the 'The fate oHhe ccew on boardthe Jemtchug isndt vetjmown here, operations in Egypt, preparations to meet which, it is also said 29, J:55 a m.). An official statement issued ,. Ttta uatnc ...... ay aa a. London Oct. t Ji win. 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