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Waldron, of Muskogee, which occurred :iday afternoon, the Kentuckians of Klahoma loseone of their most popular and picturesque characters. Judge Waldron was born and reared In Hart county, near Munfordville, and was 68 years old when death came to him. He was stationed at Muskogee, Okla., when the first Federal Court was opened in 1889, as the first United States District Attorney, and he was the first attorney licensed to practice in what was then the Indian Territory, now a part of the State of Oklahoma. At the time Judge in Muskogee it was a mere trading post of the Indians and fewer than 200 persons at that time received their mail at the Muskogee post office He saw it grow into a city of Wal-dronsettled Death of Dr. William Blair. Sorry to Lose af- You- - Like Letter. 10, 1914. Another Old Soldier Gone to His ! Graded and High School Notes. Meeting Closes. Rev. J. S. Chandler closed a very Successful and a most intfirest.intr Reward. Last Wednesday at 12:30 in the ternoon Dr. Wm. Blair, who had been a prominent physician of Adair county for many years, died at his home in Glenville after a long illness. In 1911 he met with a stroke of paralysis, and from the day he was stricken he remained bedfast until the hour of his death. He was seventy-thre- e years old the 24th of last Sep tember, and was recognized as one of Adair's best citizens, one who will be greatly missed from the locality where he practiced his profession for mauy Nov., Editor News: Enclosed find one dollar to pay my dues for your excellent paper. Owing to the fact that I am so crowded with papers I am compelled to give it up. It is with regret that I do so, after 1 have had it in our home so long In giving it up I am constrained to say that it is one of the best country papers I have ever known Yet I have been made sad so frequently through the record of deaths of persons whom I have known and loved, viz., Gov. years. Hindman, Dr. Grady, Mrs. Mrs. HanDr. Blair was bcrn in Russell coun- cock, her little daughter, Dick Win-- f ty, becoming a citizen of thistcounty rey and many others whom I cannot soon after the close of the Civil War. recall. In hostilities between the States he I come to join the throng of Demserved in the Federal army from 1861, ocrats who are rejoicing over the recent victories over the country, especuntil the close of the bloody strife. He was an elegant Christian gentle- ially in Tennessee. It is certainly a man, one who had many friends, much needed change here. Every Dr. Blair was widely known in Adair body seems desirous of raising Rye county and his friends will regret to and putting Hooper to making barrels hear of his demise. He leaves a wife to store the liquor made in his distiland several sons and daughters, Mrs. lery. Finis Rosenbaum, of this place, being In bidding you good bye I want to one of the number. include the many traveling men in Adair county extends sympathy to your section, those who are still batall the surviving members of the fam- tling for bread, those who have re ily. tired, and to those who have gone to their reward, who ever it may be. h t 40,000. giving a correct description, paying Now this may sound large, but if there LnJlisvillo Timpc Tn f.bo fnnornl feed bill and cost of this notice. Such are any doubters you can tell them I services held over the body of the a pity that cats take buggy rides and will vouch for it. C. S. H. In Conclusion may the blessings of late Judge Z. T. Waldron, dean of the never return home. God be on the entire force of the Oklahoma bar, at Muslogee last SatA Spelling Contest. urday afternoon signal honors were News, on Adair county, on the town paid to a former Kentuckian, well of Columbia and on all things that known in Louisville, who had attained It has been suggested to me that an work together for the supremacy of the first eminence in the State of his oral spelling contest be had for the prohibition. adoption. Judge Waldron, who was schools of the county. This meets my Yours in love, of Virginia stock, was a native of Hart approval and I would suggest C. A. Cox, Jonesboro, Tenn. we cyunty, where he was reared. He was hold this contest at the court-hous- e a relative and classmate of Jordan on the first Saturday in December beRussell Loses a Good Citizen. Owen, of Louisrille, and after com- ginning at ten o'clock a. m . and conpleting his education he went to Kan- tinuing till contest is settled. Any Wednesday night Mr. Jo sas, where he laid warrants and ob- pupil now attending school in Adair "La White, who lived on a farm of Judge tained valuable tracts of land. county is eligible to enter this contest, II. C Baker, one mile this side of He was elected to the Kansas Legis- provided they were enrolled not later Russell Springs, died very suddenly, a lature from Osborne county and came than Sept. 7th, and have attended within one vote of being elected Speak- regularly since. There will be no pre- victim of acute indigestion. The deer of the House. Later he was ap- liminary contest, and the contest will ceased was about sixty years old, and pointed United States Mistrict At- be to decide who is the best oral spell- was a citizen for whom his neighbors torney for Indian Territory by Pres- er among the pupils now in school in and friends had the utmost respect ' ident Renjamin Harrison, and at the Adiar county. The spelling will be and confidence. He died in the expiration of his term was elected pronounced from the adopted book. home where he had resided with his Judge and remained so until the time A small prize will be awarded to the wife, son and daughter for a number of years, and he will begreatly missed. of his death. winner. Spectators admitted free. Judge Baker was notified by phone The funeral services at the Frst Respectfully submitted, and left at once, to be at the house of Pjesbyterian church of Muskogee, of Tobias nuffaker, Supt. mourning, and he doubtless delivered Judge Waldron had been a memwhich comforting words to the sorrowing twenty-liv- e ber for the last years, Program for Singing. widow and chidren. were in charge of the Knights Templar and Blue Lodge Masons, and memA Former Citizen Dead. On Saturday evening, Nov. 23th, at bers of the fraternity from Wagoner, McAhster, Ockmulgeeand other neigh- 6:30 o'clock it is proposed to have an singing exercise at the boring cities were in attendance The News has just reached this office of floral offerings were lavish and beauti- Court-hous- e in Columbia. Everybody the death of Mr. J. II. Dice, which ful and the cortege was so large that is invited, and all singers are specially occurred at Riverton, Neb , a week or it was necessary to suspend traffic in urged to attend, and to bring with two ago. ne was a native of Adair them the Harp of Gold and the Glori- county, and when he the streets through which it passed. left for West ous Refrain. These are the books to twelve or fourteen tears ago, he residbe used on the occasion. Each song ed in 30 Cents Eggs. the Montpelier neighborhood. leader is to lead three songs. The fol He was a good citizen and had many lowing singers are to lead in the order friends in liLs native county. He was We will pay 30c per dozen for clean given: of Mr. Olie Conover, the father-in-laJresh eggs. 1. J. V. Dudley three songs. years old and was about eighty-tw- o Russell & Co.' Ruel Cabbell three songs. 3. Joel Darnell three songs. We learn from Mr. J. II. Womack, 4. A. G. Hill three songs. Carson, who was sent up Walter who was here from Russell Springs, o. Roy Rogers three songs. for life from Liberty, in 1911, for killthat Mr. Henry Smith, of Font Hill, ing Ed Cochran, is to be paroled. His 6. George Blair three songs. Russell county, a good business man, sentence has been committed to an This entertainment is free to every- and Miss Ilattie Antle, daughter of indeterminate sentence which makes one, and only voluntary contributions Mr and Mrs. S. A. Antle, her father him eligible for parole, and it is said sufficient to pay the expense of using being an implement and buggy dealer, will be asked. that he will walk out at the next the Court-hous- e were married at the Methodist parsonTobias nuffaker and A. G. Hill. meeting of the Prison Commissioners age, Russell Springs, last Wednesday Over one thousand persous signed a night by the local minister. The petition for his release. Carson is a A dispatch to Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, couple have the best wishes of many member of an influential family. He received last Wednesday morning, friends. was a rurai carrier and the post mas- from Pensacola, Fla., stated Chat her ter, who was Cochran, accused him of niece, Mrs Gladys Aken (nee Miss Mr. Silas Denny is now a traveling taking 50 cents from a letter, which Gladjs Herman,) had just died in that salesman for the Cumberland Grocery brought on trouble, resulting in Coch- city. No particulars came. The de- Company, having been on the road-tw- o ceased was about nineteen years old rane death. weeks. We commend him as a and married to her husband about one fair dealing salesman Having accepted a position as sales- year ago When a girl she lived in man in J. F. Pattesou store, who han- Columbia and is remembered by many Mr. Walker Bryant has been making dles General Merchandise, would be of the young people of town, ail of some improvements about his premglad to have my friends call when in whom will regret to hear of her death. ises in town. He has built a large need of anything in his line. barn, a smoke house and some other Respt. Geo. Staples 3 2t. All persons who purchased fruit outbuildings trees from narris & Garrison will lfl Josh Butler, who is seventy-si- x please come to town. They are being Born, to the wife of Tyler A. Baker, years old, one of Adair county's best delivered on the lot back of the jail. Cleburne, Texas, Sunday mornirig, citizens, is not only a good farmer but November 8, 1614, a son Herschel he is fond of sport. He came in town Bear in mind that the Columbia Clay. a few days ago, supplied himself with Baptist church will bevdedicated Sunshells, and Monday he started out to day week, the 29th inst. Every body Mr. M. Ray Yarberry sold a house wing birds. It takes a good shot to is cordially invited. and lot in cane Valley, last week, to keep his company. A number of years Mr. Jo M. Callison, for $550. ago when deer abounded about the is reported here that one of Mr. It eld MillerFields, he never let one pass J. B. Barbee's draft mares died at William Hancock purchased a small his stand without bringing him down. Campbellsvule Monday morning. She farm from Jake Schouler, lying near Cane Valley, for $1,500. was valued at $250. Rev. O. P. Rush, assisted by Rev. J Bnnls, of Greensburg, closed a meetA special term of circuit court is Misses Oathrine Nell and Opal Gar-net- t, ing at Zion last Thursday night. new in session at Jamestown. who united with the Baptist There were three additions by Bapwere immersed last Sunday tism and on by letter. The ehurch Church, O. P. Bush. Farmers have been busy gathering by Rev. was also greatly revived. corn for the past week. I The deceased is remembered by the older residents of this place, Judge Waldron having been in school here in 1860 or '67. He was a first cousin of Mr. M. L. Mitchell, Jas. M. and J. O. Russell, and a second cousin of Mrs. C S. Harris, Dr. C. M and Mr. Jo Russell. He was a close student and Jed his classes while in college here. He was a man of great worth and his relatives and friends here were sorry to learn of his death. At the meeting of the Knights Temple, held in Louisville about fourteen years ago, he was a delegate from his Commandry, and when the session closed he came to Columbia, meeting many of his relatives and old friends. Tci-Annu- Notice. I notice in your paper and others al over the country, mention made of some vegetables of remarkable size. I have on my premises two grey cats Along this line I would line to ask if and two half grown black ones Also you know of any one who can ,(beata several others of various shade and beef that was grown here in Jones-borsizes. The owners can get them by weight waseighteen pounds. o. Its tlt old-fashion- w 3-t- f. It ) Friday morning, about 10 o'clock, two children, one two years old, the other four, their pareut3 being Mr. and Mrs Jeff Pierce, were at the home of their grandfather, Mr. Jo Pierce, who lives near Roy, this county In running over the premises, they landed at the barn and got in the hay. One of them struck a match and in a few minutes the entire building was in flames. The oldest child escaped, but the youngest was literally burned up, only its bones remaining. Besides the burning of the child, a great deal of corn and hay were conbereavement, and lonliness. and your achievements during sumed. The affair created a great He enjoyed a large practice in his that eventful period, stir up some deal of excitement throughout the chosen profession and his friends are happy, and at the same time unpleas- neighborhood, and brought untold disnumbered by all who knew him. If ant memories. I recall numerous tress to the parents of the dead child he had an enemy no one knew it He processions of the white and yellow at made a profession of conversion before the ratio of sixteen to one, quite a Lost, Gentleman's Stick Pin. the war and united with the Separate host of silver Democrats, a few gold Baptist Church at old Liberty, and bugs, and an overwhelming majority was a member of that church at his of stand pat Republicans, with a lot Dark colored Pearl, small Diamond death of unrestricted fun during the cam- in center. Reward will be paid for The f uiieral services were conducted paign, and unmitigated regrets afterby oue of his old comrades in the war, wards. But why disturb the dead? w. a. Coffev. Rev. C. C. M. Deener, who testified Not the least interesting of the to his faithfnl Christian life through items in last week's paper, is your Geo. AI Edwards Killed. his entire service. adroit and persuasive appeal to those He was a member of Capt. Patte-son'- in arrears, particularly the nonLast Monday, abont 12 o'clock, Geo. Company, and was always a warm residents of Kentucky, "to come on Al Edwards, who had been in many friend and admirer of Mr. Patteson. I across "' Without knowing my stand- troubles, killing one man and had endo not remember of ever having seen ing on your ledger, I am pleased to gaged in a number of shootings, was a larger attendance at any funeral oc- contribute herewith, and shall be glad shot and killed, in Greensburg, by His friends came from all to have you change my address from "Jim Howell, a deputy casion. United States parts of the county. He was a man of National Stock Yards, Illinois, to Chi Marshal. It was county court, he and good native ability, and by his close cago, in care of this bank. son were in town, on business. Howell Very sincerely yours, study and investigation had accumu and another Marshal were in town M. A. Tray lor. lated a large store of knowledge on with a warrant for Edwards and his things generally. He was considered son. They took Edwards by surprise, We will pay 30 cents per dozen for by Physicians of his acquaintance one and when they approached him, he eggs. Gill & Wagener. of the best on diagnosis among them. showed signs of resistance and was nis body was laid to rest in the new shot and killed by Howell. His son cemetery on his farm, where two Oiiley Loses Contest. was carried to Louisville. daughters-in-lahave been laid to of Nov. 13th The Courier-Journa- l rest. Miss Brow ie Leachman. of Greenshas the following: Frankfort, Ky., burg, a young lady who Until "The trumpet of the Lord shall attended the Nov. 13 (Special.) G. T. Herriford, Liudsey-Wilso- n sound and time shall be no more, several years, and Mr. And tle morning breaks eternal Republican, gets the office of County Leonard Walton, a young business Judge of Adair county over Tanner man, of Glasgow, will be bright and fair, married toWhen the saved of earth shall gather Ottley, Democratic candidate. The day. Wednesday, at high noon. The Court of Appeals, in an opinion by rites will be solemnized in over on the other shore, the MethAnd the roll is called up yonder he Judge Settle, affirmed the Adair Cir- odist church, Greensburg The inhi the contest insti- tended bride has many friends cuit Court will be there." in Cotuted by Ottley. The returns showed lumbia all of whom extend their very Z. T. Williams. that nerriford had a majority and best wishes, a commission was issued to him, but Marriage Licenses. Ottley instituted auit, contending that Tom Melson, who lives on Melson illegal votes had been counted for Her-- Ridge, and who was acquitted here ! twentr-iiv-e legal votes several years ago upona murder charge, The following marriage licenses riford and that for Ottley had not been counted in raised sand in his neighborhood last were issued from the Adair county precinct. A recount Sunday. It is charged that he whipped county clerk's office during the month West Columbia was taken, giving Ottley a majority a small boy and with gun in hand, of October: of thirty-six- , but Herriford amended housed all the living nearby. Sheriff Alfred Sneed to Ada Smith pleadings, alleging that the votes Mitchell and a posse went out Monhis Arden Sherrill to Vina Gooden. in West Columbia precinct had been day and brought him to Columbia, J. Q. Stapp to Lillie Leach. tampered with, ins contention was lodging him in jail. Tandy A. Streevels to Dollie Burton. sustained. Roy Sneed to Stella Baker. We desire to return our grateful For Sale. W. L. Corbin to Hallie Richards. thanks to the many friends who were Robert Bell to Maud Stone. Piano, almost good as new. Will so kind during the long illness of husband and father. We will never forsell at a bargain. Mrs. W. M Wilson. Dinner. get those who came to us in sickness A Surprise Birthday The attention of tobacco shippers is and in death The physicians of the costy and of Russell county were es Mrs. Nona Karnes, who lives near called to the advertisement of the pecially attentive. Dane Valley, celebrated her 42nd birth-da- v Pickett Tobacco Warehouse, LouisSarah Blair and children. paper. The Pickett November 15th. A bountiful din- - ville, in npr was sDread and enjoyed by her is an independent house and the old Rev. Geq. W. Perryman, who was father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. est one in the city. If you wanfj quick born and reared about; ten miles from Hatcher, her brothers and sisters and sales and good jesalts, mark your hogs- Columbia, is now the pastor of the many relatives and friends. There heads Pickett House, Louisville, Ky. Baptist Ohurch, Winchester. was 01 dined with her. All reported The Graded School Basket Rail team The hunting season opened Monday a good time. and the Town team met Friday after- and the fields are lull of sports. It is noon in the High School Gymnasim. said that quails are plentiful in some com- - j mnft own team was One corner of the jail that had as the menced to show sighs of weakness, score stooa tliirty-sito sixteen m localities of the comity. was rebuilt last week and other im- - avor of tne school team. A great Born, to the wife of Geo. E. Wilson i provements made to the building. i November 7, 1904, a sn. many witnessed the contest. Ben Russell .J its-retur- There are more pupils enrolled in school now than at any time in the On Wednesday, Nov. 11th, Dr. William Blair, of Glensfork, this county, history of the school, for this time of passed to his reward. He was 73 years the year. The high school is also the old his last birthday. Some three largest it has ever been. The daily years ago he was stricken with paraly- attendance is also the best it has ever sis in one side from which he never been. recovered. During these three years Through our mistake Miss Letta he was reasonably comfortable and enjoyed his friends and neighbors very Dunbar's name was omitted from the honer roll last month. much. He was born and reared in Russell Dr. Locke made a splendid talk on county, near Montpelier. He was the health on the morning of Nov. 4th. son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Blair. Three brothers, one sister survive him. He showed us a Graded School fly He enlisted in Co. B., 13th Ky. Inft., under the microscope. at the beginning of the Civil war, Our basket ball team plays a game served 3 years 3 months and 4 days with Jamestown on next Friday eveHe was a faithful, courageous soldier. He received a wound in his right ning, at 7 o'clock. On Thanksgiving arm at the battle of Resaca, while efternoon we hope to have a game bearing the flag of his country. This with Monticello High School. The wound gave him a crippled arm for Monticello boys have a fast team. We life. After the war he came home can hardly hope to defeat them, but and attended school and educated him- will try to make the game interestself, and taught several schools in Rus- ing to the spectators. Our gymnasell county, two of which the writer sium has its seats arranged along the had the pleasuse of attending at old sides so that one can get a good view of the players at all times. We can Liberty school house. seat 200. He was a splendid teacher and his I will be in Columbia Thursday, schools were composed of 25 or 30 boys Nov., 19, to buy mules from 15 to 16 and girls in their teens high It was during these schools that he handspay from three to 7 years old. Will the highest market price. met Miss Sarah McKiuley, who afterSam Burdette. wards became his wife. They were married Aug 12, 1869. To this union Has the Right Ring. seven children were born, two sons and five daughters, all of whom surChicago, 111., Nov., 10, 1914. vive him and were present at the Editor News: funeral. They are all married and Your current issue contains a numhave homes in and near Glenville ex- ber of articles of more than usual incept one Mrs. Finis Rosenbaum, who terest to me. I note with special resides in Columbia. pleasure and satisfaction, the election To these Christian children he leaves by a splendid majority, of my friend a heritage to the community far above Judge Rollin Hurt, to the Appellate riches or fame of any earthly attain- bench. Adair county is at least ment. No children were ever more claiming her own in things political in faithful in their attendance upon their the State, and with the election of father in his three years affliction General Garnett as Governor next than they were. And what shall I year, she will assume her proper place say of the faithful companion who was at the head of the list as the real at his bedside night and day, minis- home of true Statesmen and Jurists. tering to his every want? May the Your reference, with your custom God of all comfort bless her in her ary modesty, to your eighteenthbirth-day- , meeting at the Methodist church last Sunday night. The series commenced two weeks before, and up to last Thursday night Re v. Robert Lear, of Marion, Ky., assisted the pastor, conducting the song service and preaching in the afternoon. During the progress of the meeting there were twenty-eigh- t additions to the Church, and of this number a few came from other organizations. All the new members were received by sprinkling or pouring, but five, who were immersed last Sunday afternoon. In attendance, this was a remarkable meeting, the church being crowded each night to its fullest capacity, and many evenings large numbers had to return to their homes for lack of seating room in the building. Rev. Chandler's sermons certainly not only revived the Church, but the entire town was greatly strengthened. No one can bear Rev. Chandler without being convinced that he is a theologian whose reasoning powers are instructive, and his forceful delivery makes his sermons of special iuterest. Bro. Lear's godly talks and and inspiring scngs were also greatly appre ciated. Charley will appear in Black Face at the Parlor Circle Thursday night. Horrible Catastrophe. Last t. s w to-da- y t. to-day- 's I I out-classe- d x . . tr u- - J f Xtf "rr v THE ADAIR Postal Saving BanK. JOUTY NEWS problems Breslau and Posen and front thence to Berlin. The Russians which have called for the careful The war in Europe is proving personal consideration of Post are confident that the invasion way. a big boon io postal savings in master General Burleson and of Silesia will soon be under this country. From the very day Governor Dockery, Third Assist- The tremendous Russian success s over the Germans and and hostilities opened across the seas ant Postmaster General. But have put a new phase on postal-saving- s receipts began to their task has been lightened new and interesting Aus-trian- increase by leaps and bound and withdrawals fell off, a result quite contrary to the predictions of many persons who, in their imagination, saw lines of feverish dee pay winpositors at dows anxious to again return and their savings to the boot-le- g body-be- lt depositories whence they came before intrusted to Uncle Sam. But the forecasters failed to recken on the absolute confidence of the American citizen, regardless of the flag that first met his eyes, in the ability and purpose of the Government to carry out its obligations, not only among the nations of the earth, but with the humblest citizen of our land. well-informed post-offic- somewhat by the promptness of depository banks in furnishing additional security to meet the A number adnormal deposits. of the very largest banks in the country, which have heretofore declined to quaify as depositories s funds, are for now among the eager applicants for them. The Department. postal-saving- the campaign and fresh have been rushed forward by the Russians to complete their work. The Fall of Antwerp. In all military history of the future the capture of Antwerp must necessarily be a landmark. Here, briefly, terribly, the superiority of the gun over the fort, of the mechanic over the engineer, was demonstrated. Aside from Paris, their was no city so strongly fortified as Antwerp. Unlike Paris, its position on the It Really does Relieve Rheumatism. Everybody who is afflicted with rheumatism in any form should by all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment on hand. The minute you feel pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub it. Sloan's penetrdtes almost immediately right to the seat of pain, relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel ing and making the part easy and comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Two important results have colds, sore and swollen joints, rheufollowed; thousands of people, matism, neuralgia, sciatica and like largely of foreign birth, accus- ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant tomed to send their savings Ad. Paull Drug Co. relief. postal-saving- abroad, are now patrons of our RETREAT. s system; and enor- THREATENS TO CROSS INTO mous sums of actual cash have Don't sit in a draughty car." been released for commercial Petrograd, (via London, November 5, 4:30 a. m.). The new ''Don't sleep iunhot rooms." uses among our own people at a position of the German army front along the River Warthe, over "Don't avoid the fresh air." Petrograd, Nov. 6, (via Lontime when the need for every miles west of the Vistula river, which they reached at "Don'bstuff yourself at meal time. seventy-fiv- e don, 2:54 p. m.). The Russians Overeating reduces your resistance." the time of the attempted attack on Warsaw, indicates the treavailable dollar is pressing. have recaptured the Galacian To which we would add when you mendous retreat of Gen. von Hindenberg's entire army in Poland The growth of postal saving in town of Jaroslau and have taken take a cold get rid of it as quickly as f possible. To accomplish that you will during the past two weeks. This retreat is regarded as especially the United States has been steady 5,000 Austrian prisoners, accordfind Chamberlain's Cough Remedy important, since such noted industrial centers as Lodz. Piotrkow, and healthy and the system has ing to a telegram received here Vet before the German artillery most exoellent. Sold by Paull Drug Radom, and Kielce are recaptured by the Russians. The strategic filled an important gap between Ad. Co. from Lemberg. Jeroslau Antwerp's defenses crumbled pointat San Domir, which is at the junction of the Vitula and San n depository and the is seventeen miles northwest of the rivers, has also been retaken. Dirigo. factory paymaster. On July 1, the Austrian fortress of Przemy si. with incredible rapidity. What gun had acthe There is particular elation over Russia's advance since there when affairs were running Dirigo is again on the boom. The Austrian attempts to cut complished at Liege, at Namur, now seems little possibility of the Germans regaining the lost tersmoothly here and abroad and generoff the Russian attackers, the ritory because of any improvement in the roads, the condition of at Maubeuge, but hitherto be- She is soon to have a new the transmission of money across mill and other need- which message says, finally have broken hind a veil, it now did in the full al store, a was regarded as a large factor of the German failure. The the Atlantic was safe and eximprovements. Two weeks improvement of the roads is more than counterbaleaced by the down and the Austrians now are sight of the whole world. In ed peditions, there was approxiin retreat along the River San. less than a week those forts ago J. E. Claywell and W. A. enormous Russian since receiving. While the mately $43,000,000 of postal sav-ng- s Janes formed a partnership and population of that district a month ago were vacillating in their Rome, Nov. 6. The tremen- which had been pronounced imstanding tc the credit of dous results of the Russian vic- pregnable were heaps of dust bought the stock of goods for- sympaihies, all are now enthusiastically with the victor. On the 388,000 depositors,. Since about merly owned by Mose Wooten. East Prussian frontiers the Germans have met with no success in tory over the Germans in Poland and ashes and German troops then over $10,000,000 of deposits are shown in dispatches had forced the river defenses, They are erecting a new store assuming the aggressive, and at some points the Russians have added and the numhave been which states that the Russian ad the field trenches, driving the building on the farm of Mr. even crossed into German territory. In this region' hovvever, the depositors had increased ber of vance is now based on the River Belgians before them. On Oct. Janes and will move in within German retreat was not marked by serious losses. Some of the unprecedentenormously. This Warthe and that the great Rus- 7 the Krupp shells were falling the next few days. Then R. G. millitary experts here explain that the passing of the Germans ed gain is the more striking when sian forces are closely threaten- about the noble tower of the Ant- Murphy purchased the McClister from the offensive to the defensive is due to the reported with is considered that the net gain it ing Breslau and Posen, two of werp cathedral. The city and property from Matthew Wooten drawal of seven army corps from Poland to the Western theater of isjarger in the last three months the principal German cities in the suburbs were breaking out in for $415.00 and will put in a war. gain for the entire fiscal than the stock of goods there just as While the retreat of the Australians operating in South Poland that section of the empire. The flames. The end was in sight. 1914 Scores of offices have year Russians are reported to have The next day the field army of soon as Claywell & Janes get and Galacia is not so marked as that of the Germans, the official busis done more reports here indicate that they have moved preceptibly backward. seized all the railroads along their Belgium, commanded by its still their goods out of the house. since the war has been goness front and as a result' were able undaunted King, crossed the J. G. Campbell sold a horse to The suspended siege of Przemysl, which is much acclaimed by the was done by them ing on than to occupy Sandomir without dif Scheldt on pontoons, moved west Claudy Stotts last week. Price Austrians, is explained by the Russians as due to the fear of ex during the previous existance of posing their army to the cholera epidemic prevalent there. ficulty. From this city strong along the Dutch frontier, accom unknown. The increases are service. the H. M. Campbell bought a calf Russian forces are now marchiner panied by the British contingent BOMBARDMENT OF TSING TAU CONTINUES. confined to no special locatities, . toward uracow. tneir omecc De made good its escape to join the from Arthur Stotts for $15.00. . . .. but have been felt in every nook mg to separate tne Austrian Allied armies, still moving up Mrs. A. D. Stotts has been and corner of the country. New Tokio, Nov. 5. It is officially announced that the bombard- forces in Poland from those op from the south, but all too late. very sick for the past few days. York City alone made a gain in ment of Tsing Tau continues vigorously. The Germans, on the erating in Galacia. Meanwhile, by every ship, train, A. O. Baker and family, of September of more than a millwhich for a time hinnight of November 3, made a counter-attacThe retreat of the Austrians thousands of refugees fleeing Amandaville, visited relatives at ion, while Brooklyn showed a dered operations. n Galacia is believed to be im- - from the shells that were falling this place last Friday. relatively big increase. Chicago The attacking forces, according to the statement, are now inent, their offensive has been in Antwerp, flowed out to Hol- - Born, to the wife of R. O. reported a larger gain in the past gradually closing in. Shells are falling in the streets of the town stopped and they are being driven land, to England, to France. A StottS) on the 3rdf a three months than for the previand the power house has been destroyed. Unless they can check new migration of a people had $r. Johnson Stotts has again back. ous twelve months. More than On November 4 the Japanese right captured some small forts the Russians they will be com begun. become a resident of our city. and an officer and twenty soldiers.. Shells struck and burned the 7,000 new accounts were opened pelled to fall back to Hungary on Oct. 9, when Mr. Stotts has a record of movThe end came Bismark barracks. during the period, bringing the across the snowbound Carpa- the city surrendered, the remain- ing more times in a year than number of depositors in that city thians, where strong forces of ing Belgian forces escaping to any other man in the county. Try This Tor your Cough. and quickly relieves the congested up to over 21,000. VWMM Thousands of people keep 'coughing membranes. Get a 50c bottle from .1 Pncannlfs have been waitincr for Holland and there laying down unexpected increase in The Tonight. up the the arms they had wielded so because unable to get the right reme- your druggist. "Dr. King's TSew Disseveral weeks to take dy. Coughs are caused by Inflama-tio- n covery quickly and completely stopbusines has not pursuit. Tonight if you feel dull and stupid vahantly. Not a city, but a naof the Throat and Bronchial ped my cough" writes J. K. Watts, or bilious and constipated, take a dose Tubes. What yom need fe to soothe greatly to the general only added are now develop- tion, had fallen. For England 'R'lnvrialn Tarac Tnnan The Russians " of Chamberlain's Tabletts and you this Infiamation. Take Dr. King's ' ' bub nearly VJ L..i. ixluuu always helDs it administrative duties of the sys- ing their campaign plans with only less than for Belgium, the will feel all right toworrow. For sale New Discovery, it penetrates the del- - satisfied, Paull Drug Ce. Ad. Ad. by Paull Drug Co. icate mucous lining.raises the Phlegm tem, but has. brought up many the idea of a rapid- advance on fall of Antwerp had been a ter- to-da- neutralized Scheldt and near the Dutch frontier prevented com Along its plete investment. southern front, ten miles distant, the Nethe flowed through deep marshes, forming a natural moat, strengthened by forts once held impregnable. Before these forts, in trenches long ago prepared, stood the whole Belgian field army, presently reinforced by British marines. All that the art of the en gineer, all that the courage of brave men fighting with their backs to the wall could contribute to making a fortress impregnable, were to be found in the ancient Flemish city. rible blow. The "pistol point at the heart of England," as Napoleon had described the city, was now in the hands of William II. With the fall of Antwerp and that of Ostend, which promptly followed on Oct. 15, British public opinion at last recognized that a new Napoleonic war, with the same issues and many of the same cicumstances, was before them, j'rom Ostend British ob servers already foretold the launching of German submarines and German Zepplins. A new Napoleon had reached the Chan nel. Once more it was for the British people to watch the narrow strip of the sea as she had a century before. Buc now it was necessary also to watch the skie3, for that new engine which had added so much to the terror of From Germany on the war. Defensive," by Frank H Simons, in the American Review of Reviews for November. Declare War on Colds. A crusade of education which aims 'that common coldsmay; become uncommon within the next generation" has been begun by prominent New York physicians. 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About Christmas time you will have some beautiful blossoms for decoration. The allium should be planted, half a dozen in a small pot or can and a pot of beautiful little white dish filled with pebbles Co- Classes of Den ral work done. Crown Bridge, and Inlay work a Specialty, All Work Guaranteed i Office over G. W. Lowe's Grocery Store nam in i igfj Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer Ihe Adair County News and Time Comets. Girls are now acting as elevatplunged the. Old place they can be held back so Europe which or operators in London's largest Country into war. as to be good for Easter. The curious are noting that in department store. as tariff, Other issues, such Of course a much larger col- the past four centuries various Nine prominent women's clubs currency, trust legislation, were lection than this can be bought great comets have been visible in New York City have endorsed noDular in some sections, and and planted if desired, and the in the Russian dominions only 11 the world peace movement. equally unpopular in others, as fall catalogues of the seed houses times, and that each time such election attested. give you good directions how to The Philadelphia Board of Ed- the result of the an appearance has coincided They were assailed by Republi- care for them and plant them. ucation will establish "Little great wars in which War blossoms will greet you for sevmade especially effective when eral weeks. By keeping some of contrasted with the diplomacy of these in the dark and a cool Name- by the Superstitious Egyptians. The giant sun. the bright star Slrius, Is now called the "dog star" from the very ancient and curious custom of personification. The great nations of remote antiquity personified every activity of nature that is, compared themto living men or animals. They didn't know a thUig of an law of nature, so they said that motion is caused by living animals, because only animals have the inscrutably mysterious power of moving themThe little shirts are finished at selves. No wonder the ancients were move Itthe tops and wrists with the cro- astonished to see an animal vastly InAnd the wonder has self. cheting. A simple beading is creased now, for the ablest scientific man cannot possibly see how an anicrocheted around the neck to mal is able to move. The overflowing of theNile was the run a tape or ribbon through. chief event in all of Egypt. Without pouring of water over the land All this may sound elaborate, this each year, the valley would be a once certain at but it really takes only a little desert. inThe Egyptianshistorya noticed period their long time. Two garments can be al that when they first saw the star Siriu early in the morning before sunns.-thNile river began to rie and por.f most entirely made in an hour. They personlfieti over the banks. The bottoms of the large shirts Sirius as a watchdog, watching thts sun and the Nile and the land of can be converted into very de- Egypt, its people, destiny and harvests. the Nile was The Egyptian name sirable petticoats for the little Siris, and e faithfulof dog watching named Sirius. daughter. Cut the garments in the sty was finallyhorrible religion Centuries later their away below the sleeves, finish a taught that it was necessary to murder or sacrifice a dog to the star Sirius placket and sew on a muslin to secure its aid in growing grains and herds. This terrible habit of slaughter band around the 'top. Finish the ing animals to propitiate imaginary to the Greeks and lower edge with the crochet gods descended Uomans named the stars The the stitch or face with a strip of near Sirius great constellation Canis dog New York Major (the American. muslin. -e Ko-man- s. Mother Leagues" ..so that the feirls can be The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Year BothlOne For Only taught the elements of baby care. Cause of InSomnia. The most common cause of insomnia is disorders of the Stomach and constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets corrects these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by Paull Drug Co. $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal fr It What the Weekiy Enquirer is Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtataine the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading: news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every r ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib!ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders tr up-to-d- Ad. keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. I can speakers, but nowhere did either Progressive or Republican campaigner attack "Watchful Waiting." In the light of the dire prophesies made by Mr. Bryan's enemies that he would wreck the Wilson administration, it is doubly interesting and gratifying to know that winning issue of the recent campaign came from the work of the Department of State. Elizabethtown News. Residence Phone 29, office hone 98. 45-- 1 The AdainCounty News, yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky, ' Columbia, Ky. .Ad Russia with No better adornment for a has been engaged. The only home could be had. These flow- exception to the rule that a ering bulbs are quite hardy. In bright comet has been plainly almost any home a place can be visible every time Russia has found for them where they will been at war for four centuries not freeze. were the Turkish campaign of 1877 and the war with Japan, Flannel Underwear. Mending though in the latter case a com- et became visible in January, Now is the time when winter !igo4 underwear must be mended and Delavant's comet, recently dis put into shape for cold weather. covered, keeps up the tradition, In mending the flannel under- and corresponds in some respects wear, it is a good idea to sew a very nearly to the comet of 1812, flowers for. the Home. piece of cheese cloth under the the year of Russia's last great places and then darn through national war against the "12 If you have not already done thin The cheesecloth takes the tribes of Europe" under Naposo, send to a florist and get a it. if any. leon. The present comet will Chinese lily bulb, some crocuses, strain, for about the same period jonquils or narcissus, and a doz-- i Sometimes a patch of the woven allium. Put the first there in en flannel is necessary. If so, of the year as the" comet of 1812. re-visi-ble Ministers and Ambassadors. The first minister plenipotentiary from the United States to England was Thomas Pinckney of John Adams South Carolina became the first minister to England under the constitution. The United Swtes continued to be represented by luuiiftters until 1S93. when Thomas F H.y;:nl oi Delaware became the first American ambassador to the court of St. .lames. The first British minister to the United States was George Hammond, who was apLord Pauncefote bepointed in 1791 came the first I.ritisu ambassador to Washington in 1S93. He Fell Right In. His Wife I met our maid Anna jusr now on the street and she pretended not to see me. Her Husband Yon ought to point out to Anna the impropriety of such conduct His Wife But how can I? Tou see, she had another girl with her, and it was quite evident she didn't want her friend to know she was working for a woman who wore a two dollar and fiffy cent hat New-Yor- k Post Peace With a Punch. "Here, what's all this row about?" asked the copper breathlessly. "Why. this woman is collecting money for the peace society, and when I refused to contribute she knocked mo down," explained the meek looking' man. Buffalo Express. "How's your play?" "A great success. My creditors are an coming to see If I am making money, and through their patronage it" am.u Great Scheme. Seattle Post-Intelligenc- Your Friends. Treat your friends as yu do your bank account Don't be reckless with em just because you've got thes. Detroit Frep Press. -- 41 cm pffj.F .. A. X 5 -- THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS - M Horse Breeders' Association, Kentucky Swine Breeders' Assoiieupcucu mou uavuiuoj h . midnight. Fofclished Every Wednesday R. W. Shirley, of Milltown, ciation, State Sheep Breeders' Association, Kentucky was in our midst last Friday. ' BY int ' No decision of the battle of Poultry Association, Kentucky Afalr County News Company. Flanders. The fight has been on Dr. L. C. Nell spent a few days State Bee Keepers' Association, in Louisville the first of the week, ( Incorporated.) for four weeks. t State Horticultural Society, and The weather has been fine for the Kentucky Corn Growers AsEDITOR. HAS. S. HARRIS The official vote in the last past week. sociation. Each club or associa election will be counted at FrankCharles Diddle spent last week tion has its own program, parThat's exactly what tou get in war Big Woolly Blankets ( Extra newspaper devoted to the h Democratic Of the City of Columbia and the people fort next Monday. Size 74 x 88 ) Weigh nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for in Greensburg. ticipated in by its members and .Aflfclf and adjacent counties. $5.00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them back to us Judge N. H, Moss was at also by the faculty of the agri- L and we will refund your money at once together with return mail Gen. Villa and his faction are i as Xntered at the Columbia niaiBw auu juu aic uuj UUli it, CtJUlj. protesting against the withdraw- Greensburg a day or so the first cultural college and by certain diss mail matter. X ! wnn juvbucw wn 3 um L..1 uaige uiaue ime rfVl J oiit; weave fw n a pair, prepaid1 $.uu Subscription price $1.00 per year. al of United States troops from of the week. natmen from other states, of subject to your approval. Vera Cruz. Amos Keltner and Jack Sparks ional or international reputation Extra quality Yarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in WED. NOV. 18, 1914 lots of 5 lbs or more. in their respective lines. are spending this week in Earl Roberts, Feld Marshal Extra All Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton Competitive exhibits will he Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 28c twilled 36c Old Time died in Up to date no evidence exists England's great soldier, Jeans pants in Regular sizes 2 25 a pair. Just what jou need this Wethington and A. B. held in corn and various other Robert winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will be overindicating that this county will France last Saturday, a victim of Wilmore spent last Sunday in grains, in dairy products, poulrun and will cause some delay. pneumonia. secure assistance from the State try, fruits, tobacco and in womLebanon. Farmers Woolen Mills, in building good roads. While Lieutenant Gov. E. C. McDer-mot- t, Uncle Charlie Yates, we are an's work. Very tempting preE. L. REECE, Mgr. it may be early for action in this county, is the glad to say, continues to im- mium lists have been provided Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. P. O. Jamestown, Ky. of Jefferson matter, yet to know that our fis- first Democrat to make a formal and the exhibits compare favor S prove slowly. cal court means to get every announcement for Governor. ably with the best in the country. Our farmers are all through dollar possible from the State Other aspirants are expected to Of all the various agencies at D. G. HARDWICI. Pres. sowing wheat and have comJ. H. C8CKE, V. Prej ; R. 1. DIETZMAN. Sec would be highly gratroad fund publicly make their condidacy menced gathering corn. There work for the advancement of agifying to the many who really ricultural in Kentucky, the work known in a very short time. has been an unusual crop sown and truly desire good roads, and Farmers' Week is one of the as of willing to help bear the camDaiehn to stamp out and they report their corn who are The most important. After attendESTABLISHED INCORPORATED good as they expected. 1861 1889 posi-tio- n expense. This county is in illiteracy in Kentucky is on in ing one of these meetings, thQ Attorney R. Campbell, of to secure at least $7,0.00 almost every county in the State. jVULihWIGHTS progressive farmday or so of last spent a from the State by making the there will be a big meetDEALERS IN er returns to his home greatly would ing in Louisville and a move start- week in our city attending to his benefitted by what he has seen road tax 25 cents. This ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. provide a combined fund of $14,-00- ed to visit about thirty cities in official business. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS and heard, he is refreshed and which, if judiciously spent, the Commonwealth. n the In 1301 TfflRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. Mr. Jacob Nelson, the LOUTSVILLe has a new enthusiasm for his sub- meantime moonlight schools are would build several miles of lumber man of Greens- work upon the home farm in 'k stantial road, and if adhered to being organized in the hills and burg, was in our midst last Fri- which he clearly sees possibilMOKE STACKS within a few years the main hollows, and it looks like the day and reports everything quiet ities which before had seemed roads would all be built. What good work has come to stay. in his line of business. vague if the had been thought applies to this county comes with Sheet Iron and Tank Work of at all. At this great gatherThe "possomf hunters' ' are at A. W. Tarter, of Columbia, equal force to this entire section, ' ing one comes in friendly conwork in MuhJenburg and Hop- spent several days in this secand if the Southern tier of countion last week looking after his tact with the best and most proties does not act to full capacity, kins counties. Last week in gressive farmers and stockmen farming interest. JOBBING WORK SOLICITED will be a costly mistake, If Muhlenburg county Henry Allen it ?Ss;5?SgSSigSS' hanged, and Mr. Willie Hill, the popular of the country. was taken out and our court is not willing to act in Reduced rates have been grantAll Kinds of Machinery Repaired- this advanced step of its own some devilish operations have salesman for Pratt's Stock food, ed by all the principal railroads judgment, then we suggest that been going on inHopkins coun- who has been confined at Bow- in Kentucky. an effort be made to ascertain ty. GovernorllMcCreary has ling Green for the past two Farmers' Week is the first of the desire of the tax payers as to offered a reward of $200 for the months with a long spell of ty- the ten weeks winter course in ! the course to be pursued. Al- arrest of the parties who hanged phoid fever, has escounty has dupli- strength enough to reach home agriculture which course is ready the people of this county Allen and the pecially designed to meet the last Sunday. We were all glad have paid a five cent tax in- cated the amount. needs of busy farmers who can to see him and to know that he to the State road fund, and devote only a limited amount of It is generally understood that it is now up to us to have this Judge J. G. Carter will stand was on the road to good health time to agricultural college work. again, notwithstanding all of this returned to our roads, or per- for Particulars regarding the into the Circuit he looks considerably under the go to other counties whose Judgeship mit it dividual association meetings and from this the 29th enterprise will draw it. district. He has not made a for weather yet. the competitive exhibits, premium We cannot see any reason why mal announcement, but his close The Adair County Spoke Co., lists, etc. may be obtained by this county or adjoining counties friends say that he will stand is doing one of the best business addressing the Agricultural Sta- Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence should fail to secure every dollar The district is here this season that they have tion. Lexington, Ky. for A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick building roads. The available for Republican, and if Judge done since their plant has been largely and satisfactory fence. tax,, at highest rate, would not Inroad. Carter has any real opposition it here. They receive anywhere fall hard on a large majority and evwill be a Sman of that political from 10 to 20 loads of spokes NOTE THE PRICE. money, every dollar of it, the ery day. It is a very common We are having nice weather at Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c and double the amount, would be faith. Mr. A. A. Huddleston, thing to see 8 or 10 loaded wag present, and every body is gath who is the presant Common spent for material and labor and ons there at one time. We un- ering corn in this section. " 18c " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " remain in the county. In fact, wealths Attorney, will also stand derstand from the proprietor " 20c as we under" 8 " 6 " " 32 " " Mr. Bart Hadley and wife we would secure the roads and for receivthat the spokes they are prom" 18c " 8 " 9 " " 32 " " spent last Sunday with Mr. G. keep the money a double bless- stand. The ename of a material, Our ing are first-cla" 22ic " 9 " 6 " " 39 " " ing. No section has ever im- inent Russell county attorney people claim there is enough E. Morgan and family. " 20c " 9 " 9 " " 39 " " proved all of its roads at one has been mentioned as either a Mr. J. N. Pettey and wife attimber here to keep the factory grand swoop, no enterprise, candidate for the Judgship or tended the funeral service of Dr. Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Some- running for several years. for State's Attorney: whether public or private, can Wm. Blair, last Thursday. n Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods thing will develop in a very Mr. Charlie Sparks, the reach completeness in its early Berna, the little daughter of subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as mail contractor of this career. If we ever build roads short time. section, and we are glad to say Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Jackman, is to Quality and Price. they must be started and if startIn the last few weeks we have very sick at this writing. pered in earnest and to our full ca- received remittances from quite that he is on to his job to A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhil! There was a box supper at Re pacity under the provisions of a number of our foreign sub- fection too, and he just as good Wagons. "Satisfaction or your money back." the State road law a few fleeting scribers, but there are many, on raising turnips. He present- publican school house last Saturyears will reveal a great trans- very many others who are be- ed us with one that tipped the day night. One box sold for $5. Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothformation in this county in con- hind on our books. We can not scale at 3 pounds. No doubt if The proceeds amounted to over ing, both at old prices. he had presented the largest one $33. Who can beat this? venience, comfort and substan- collect in other States in any We have not taRen the War in Europe as an tial values and that without a other way than through the that he grew, the scales would Miss Annie Bloyd visited Miss burden. If the court would con- News. There is not a sub- not have drawn it. Lilla Morgan, Sunday. Excuse to asR Advance on Anything vene, in the near future, and scriber but has a good idea of Several from this place attendFarmer's WeeK. give this matter the considera- his indebtedness, and there is no ed the rally at Columbia, Octo- Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full, tion it justly merits we feel cer- good reason why they should ber the 30th. Lime for this month, only 90c. The attention of all farmers tain that no mistake would be not pay. Get a postal note or flyMiss Lizzie Morgan made a and stockmen is called to the T made. The State takes the po- or ing trip to Creelsboro, one day send cnecK. we need every be held at sition that he who is unwilling to dollar that is due the office. The "Farmers' Week" to last week. the Kentucky Agricultural Exhelp himself is not worthy of end of 1914 will soon be here and Rev. J. T. Lloyd and wife, of periment Station, January 4th to help. The columns of this paper so will settling time. We hope Renox, visited near here several "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE 9th, 1915. is open xo any one on this inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISAfter using the Bee Dee this notice will move many to days last week. FACTION after the contents have been used. Remedies generally for "Farmers' Week" consists of sometime, we take pleaAlways ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock send In a remittance. sure in Mr. Horace Morgan and sister or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are pre- - giving sayingthat they are a series of exercises and exhibentire satisfaction, in a ingredients, attended the debate on Melson Eared from pure, medicinal medicines that you can and we cheerfully recommend them. and are genuine Registered Jersey Buil. its of interest to farmers in the J. W. Newman, Commissioner McMiHen Stock Farm, depend on. Ridge, last Thursday night, and Waco, Texas. various branches of agriculture Agriculture, has partly lifted of STOCK 8 POULTRY nice time. conven- report a medicine quarantine by allowing horses Ms thoroughbred Jersey Bull wil and includes the annual IINIMENT DIP You can get tbem at Mr. Ed Turner and family serve at $1.00 at the gate, at my home tion of the Kentucky Dairy CatBee Dee Healing Powder Bee Dee Colic Remedy your dealer's. from other States to be shipped in Columbia. P..RA Club, Kentucky Beef Cattle spent Sunday with Mr. Ed tle examination. Cleveland Garrison. Breeders' Association, . L. ADAIR COUHTY HEWS "rlTI . Gradyville. . State Pure w. Wool in-- "toe Post-offi- ce sec-m- . "! - 1 I 1 C TTT Camp-bellsvill- e. $$$ &mm$m W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply C o. Di-rig- o, open-minde- d, To-nig- ht f mACfllfilSTS 0, well-know- 'rHJ" regained Special Notice Qreensburg, Ky. re-electi- on Woodson Lewis n. ss well-know- What "BeeDee" Means B ee Dee ..after-thoroug- h l-- 3t State TrfTT. ArAllf POifMTV MFWQ Personals. Mr. Geo. R. Miller was here, from Louisville, a few days ago. ? SINKS SMALL BRITISH GUNBOAT. Deal. "England. Nov. 12 (via London, 2:30 a. m.). Thousands people witnessed the sinking off Deal of the British torpedo gunMr. John Q Alexander called to see of the Columbia merchants last week. boat Niger' by the German submarine while lying in the Downs opMr. n. T. Parrott, Campbellsville, posite the pier head. was here a few days since. At noon a loud roar of an explosior was heard, dense columns Miss Madge Rosentield left last Friday morning to visit relatives in Louis-vill- of black smoke were seen to rise and the Niger almost immediateShe will be absent until about Though partially hidden by ly began to go down by the bows Christmas. 4 4 0"QHfrQMQHQfr$M04"Q' 4 9"fr6"6"0"8"846"fr W. I. INGRAM Wants to Quit Business 4 8 e. Judge T. A. Murrell was here, from Lebanon, the latter part of last week. Geo T. Beard and four children, of Tallula, 111., who hare been visiting friends and relatives in this county for the past month, returned home ' last Wednesday. Mr. Robert Ingram, cashier of the Bank at Russell Springs, paid Columbia a business call last Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell left last Thursday morning for Louisville, the latter to consult a specialist. Dr. W. R. Grissom, who was critically ill the latter part of last week, has improved but little. Mrs. M. Cravens and her mother, Mrs Sallie Bradshaw, left for Louisville last Thursday morning to remain until spring. Mr. Cravens hassecur ed a suit of rooms for the winter. Mr. G. W. Dillon, Breeding, was in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. E. B. McLean, of Glasgow, called to see the Columbia merchants last Friday. Mr. R. L. Marshall came over Thursday and filled the oil tatks about the square. Miss Xola Cliff, who is,the trimmer for Mrs. Staples, was called to Princeton last Friday, on account of the illness of her 'mother. She will return this week if the condition of her mother will admit: Miss Edna;Lewis is with her sister, Mrs. L. W. IBaldouf, Elizabeth town. She will be absent until Christmas Mr. W. R. Myers and his daughter, Miss Mary, returned from a visit to lonticello last Friday. They were accompanied by Mr. Myers' grandson, Master Robert Page Myers. Miss Ilattie Weir, of Webbs X Roads, who visited Miss Blanche Willis, returned home last Sunday, accompanied by Mr. Ed Willis. Rev. M.JM. Murrell and wife arrived Friday, from Monticello, to be at the bedside of Rev. Murrell's moth er, who islquith ill. Dr. C. M. Murrell, of Illinois, reached the sick room Monday afternoon. He was accompanied by his brother. Judge T. A. Murrell, from Lebanon. Mr. J. T. Phillips, of Bardstown, brother-in-laof Mr. A. R. Feese, visited at Cane Valley and in Columbia w clouds of smoke and steam, the stern of the Niger was seen to rise gradually in the air until the greater length of her keel was visible Then she slid slowly and gracefully beneath the water twenty minutes after she was struck. Her boiler burst immediately before she disappeared and caused a further rush of steam. 4 4 Nearly all of the crew below at dinner when the torpedo doors were struck the ship and orders to close the water-tigh- t shouted from the bridge. When the crew flew to obey one of them observed the white foam following the course of the torpedo.. The explosion followed and a large hole was made just before the bridge in the forward part of the ship Boats were immediately launched, including two lifeboats, and the crew, including Capt. Muir and the officers, were rescued. Three of the survivors are injured and it is reported that two men are missing. This is the first time a German submarine has penetrated the Downs, where nearly a hundred ships were at anchor at the time of the disaster. The Admiralty in announcing the loss of the ship says: "The Niger, Lieut. Commander Arthur T. Muir, was torpedoed this morning (November 11) in the Downs. All the officers of the crew saved. and seventy-seve- n "Four men were injured. It is thought that there was no loss of life. "The Niger has been employed in duties." men. The gunThe Niger carried a complement of eighty-fiv- e boat was built in 1892. She had a displacement of 810 tons and h guns, was 230 feet long. Her armament consisted of two torpedo tubes. one machine gun and three four Her speed whenshe was first built was 16.1 knots per hour. semi-combata- nt Help him by buying his goods cheaper than you can elsewhere, a big stock to select from. This special sale will begin the 10th, day of November, 1914. Many things sold at cost, and some at even less than cost. Most everything sold at a reduced price. I handle Clothing, Shoes, Hats Caps, and a general line of Dry Goods, Furniture, Carpets, &c. When you come to my store get my special prices before you leave. My terms will be cash. I need what you owe me. Come in and settle. W. I. INGRAM. 9"Q4"frQ"&"e"9"Q"Q"frS much account in the future. He 8 v 6"8"6"fr9"94$4MQ$& si recently bought it for $200. Miss Mattie Childver, a hello girl, of Indianapolis, is visiting her parents near here. Rev. J. McAllister, of the JZhitthA ''Jfcgmc7id$feandv - S2Z fife" 'TSUI m. Presbyterian seminary, Louisville, preached a very interesting sermon to an appreciative congregation at Bethel, Sunday. Rev. J. A. Frostle, Stanford, will begin a series of meetings at Bethel on the 22nd of this month. He is an evangelist of note, and we look forward to much good being done by his efforts. JIi3LJ " L-- ' flf &M- - Pifn td&nm w 4.7-inc- 18-in- ch last week. Mr. J. C. Hurt, who makes his ! (, u if home in Indianapolis, was in Columbia last Monday, en route to the home of his father. Mr. T. F. Hurt, Esto. Misses Cecil and Maud Conover, Messrs. Johnston Price and William Browning left for Burkesville Saturday to visit Miss Kizzie Baker for several days. Mr. Frank Sinclair has been very much indisposed for the last week or ten days, and he has been very much missed from his accustomed haunts about the square. Mr. Nl B. Falkenburg was in CoSIX BATTALIONS CRUSHED. lumbia Monday, en route to his home, in Jamestown, from Blue Ridge, Texas. Messrs. M. Bey Yarberry, B. J. O'Connor and J. C. Bitzer, of LouisNish, Servia, Nov. 12 (via London, 11:57 a. m.).The six batville, came in Sunday and are now shooting quail. guns, which crossed talions of Austrian infantry, with quick-firin- g Mr. G. P. McGee, Ilorse Cave, was the Danube near Szderevo under cover of artillery fire on Novem9 have been annihilated by a Servian counter-attacMrs. Tina Wells aud Miss Golsie ber Graham, accompanied by Mr. J. D. to official information given out at Nish Grider, were here from Russell Springs "All the men not killed, wounded or drowned in Monday. k, to-da- y. There has been more building done at Campbellsville this year U. S. CRUISERS ARE SAFE. than any other of its history. All of the buildings are modern in every respect, and in the Washington, Nov. 12. The armored cruiser Tennessee, in the course of a short time it will she had been in wireless com- measure up with any other town Mediterranean, reported early y munication with the cruiser North Carolina yesterday and that the in central Kentucky. ship was safe in Beirut harbor. James Buster Anderson, color The message was sent by Capt. Benton C. Decker, of the Ten- ed, who has gained much notori- nessee, and reached the United States by relays of wireless and ety of late, was arrested in Lex-- ! cable. It was six words long, simply announcing the safety of ington, Wednesday, and brought both ships, but made no mention of the reported landing of blue- back to Campbellsville Thursday by local officers. He was given jackets from the North Caroline at Beirut. his freedom from a Federal prisThe Tennessee's report disposes of persisent rumors of the on recently after serving a tern? last three days, untraceable to any source and widely circulated for breaking into the post office through the country, that the North Carolina had been sunk by a at Haskinsville two years ago. mine. Hundreds of friends and relatives of the men and officers He has been dodging the authoron board were thrown into great distress and besieged the Navy ities, but was extensively adverDepartment with inquiries. Navy Department officials never had tised, which caused his arrest. against any fears for the safety of the ships and so assured all inquirers. He has charges preferred bim in several counties. to-da- iRw GK J Who is located on the north side of the public square, Columbia, sells this popular brand of Shoes. You are invited to call at his 'place of business. W. LOWE ' the man who will have charge of it when completed. Automobile supplies of all kinds will be handled, besides there will be a well equipped shop for repairing of automobiles. It will fill a long felt want, and we predict it will be one of the best investments TV. T. OTTLEY ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW COLUMBLA., ICEKTUCrtiST. Will Practice in all'the Courts. 0(iice:-- ln Rollin Hurt's Office Local Market. To-da- y. in town. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks . 29 S 3? in Columbia Monday. See our line of Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, Dress Goods. &c. Prices right. Quality good. Keat & Mukuay. 2-- 2t wood sawing done call on Garrison Bros. l-- 3t If you need any Tarter 1 are having some pretty weather and the farmers are making good use of it by gathering corn. Mr. V. 0. Wheat, who has been confined to his room for several days, does not improve fast. Mrs. W. H. Wheat is confined to her room with a deep cold. Mrs. Griff White is on the sick list. We according Durrett were removed from the cemetery here to Lebanon last the Danube Tuesday. She died in the year fell into our hands," the Servians announcement continued. "We 1888. Her husband at Lebanon this year. guns. made 2,0U0 prisoners and captured two quick-firin- g The election of Hon. Rollin Coffee Down Again. Hurt and J. C. W, Beckham Hatcher. meets the approval of our best Pilgrim fresh roasted 12c. Monarch fresh roasted I8c citizens. They have won their Mr. 0. C. Ramsey, architect of None better. laurels by their trusted services Russell & Co. Elkhorn, is building Dr. S. H. and two more deserving servants Kejsay's residence at this place. will not be found in public life Eye lomfort It is a large building, and a nice than these men. Means good glasses, accurately fitted. Call on Dr. Alper, the optician, at addition to our village. Our acreage of wheat and winPage!& Taylor's Drug Store. Mr. H. H. Steger and wife, of ter oats is greater than usual. See If eat & Murray before you buy New Albany, Ind., are visiting your goods. Calicoes 5 cents per yard. The farmers are done seeding He owns Good, Heavy Domestic 6 cts., peryard. relatives at this place. Good Roasted Coffee 12Jc per pound. a truck farm, and is making a and arfe devoting their time to "Next & Murray. gathering corn. Corn will be success of this new venture. For Sale. s of a crop. about Mr. Wood Buchanan had a Forty horse power 5 passenger Case mule badly injured1 by being Buchanan & Lyon are having automobile in perfect condition. Cost $2,300.00. A real bargain. kicked on one of its limbs. He a garage 75x100 feet built. Mr. P. O. Box 515, Lebanon, Ky. hasn't much hope 6f its being Jo Hurt, of your town, will be 2-t- f. 2-2- Mr. Hogue Buchanan has been Mrs. Carrie Sherrill Sapp was confined to his bed for several operated upon last Saturday at Turkeys . : weeks with Bright's disease and Norton's Infirmary, Louisville, Geese heart trouble. His recovery is for appendicitis. She stood the Ducks not expected. He is 72 years of operation well and is at this time Wool spring clipping. Hides (green) age and has never been married. able to sit up in a chair. She will Feathers Ginseng The remains of Mrs. B. 0. shortly return home. Beeswax 5 2S 32 4 00 b two-third- 49-t- f. liwm & Atcniey are running Yellow Roo? 3 Nay Apple(per lb) two shredders. Several silos were built in this the most pleasant place to while: county this season. The farmers away his time. Mr. Isaac Tate and wife, wht? will build quite a number next went to Florida several weeks-ago- , year. writes that they are speedfirst-claCampbellsville has three ily regaining their health. Botb educational institutions. have been failing in health for The Baptist have a large enroll- some time, and it is to be hoped; ment and is doing good work. that they will soon be able to reThe Buchanan Collegiate Insti- turn tD their home tute will have the largest gradMr. Wood Buchanan uating class in its history next a Duroc hog that will dray? year. The County High School the scales close to TOO pounds. is Superintended by Prof. J. P. Quite a number of people have Bolin and is doing its work to visited W. T. Hodgen's- lately the entire satisfaction of all of to look at a black fox which he? its patrons. has. Clayton Turner, who has. been Twyman Campbell bought 1( in Illinois, has re acres of unimproved land froma turned to spend the winter. He C. B. Turner for $600. He-i- s says the family hearthstone is ' preparing to build at once-ss - 25 Q THE ADAIhlCOUNTYZNEWS ime k um.i THREE TOASTS. Tattooed for Love. A traleler from the South Seas l3iantiStridj!n UfiDE$TflKE$. Fixing the BoundariM of Our Country. At a dinner party given by Acaeri cans residing in Paris some years ago there were proposed sundry toasts cor cernlng not so mncb tbe past and present as the expected glories of the great American nation. In the general character of these toasts geographical considerations were very prominent, and the principal fact which seemed to occupy tbe minds of the speakers was the unprecedented Digness of our country. "Here's to the United States," said the first speaker, "bounded on the north by British America, on the south by the gulf of Mexico, on the east by the Atlantic and on tbe west by the Pacific ocean." "But," said the second speaker, "this is far too limited a view of the subject In assigning our boundaries we must look to tbe great and glorious future, which is prescribed for us by the manifest destiny of the Anglo-Saxo- n race. Here's to the United States, bounded on the north by the north pole, on the south by the south pole, on the east by the rising sun and on the west by the setting sun." Here the third speaker arose, a very serious gentleman from the far west "If we are going," said this truly patriotic American, "to leave the history past and present and take our manifest destiny into account why restrict ourselves within the narrow limits assigned by our fellow countryman who has just sat down? I give you the "United States, bounded on the north by the aurora borealis, on the south by the procession of thp equinoxes, on the east by primeval chaos and on the west by the day of judgment" Philadelphia Press. him to go back to his cage he'd climb her again. Now he is one of the np to the roof of the big room, and even with food you couldn't tempt him wealthiest men in Polynesia, down. "So I would go to Jack Lover and pearl shells, copra, and sandaltake him gently by the arm and direct his attention in a quiet mysterious wood have reaped him a fortune manner to the dark passage under the that is no use to him, for he can steam pipes. "Lover and I every day tiptoed to never return to civilized people the pipes. We pretended to point out to each other some horrible, unknown again, a. creature in tbe passage, and we'd say: liook outl There he Is! There be IsP "As we held each other's arms and CURIOUS CARD TRICK. bent over and peered into the darkness we'd hear very soon the delicate pat- It Deals With Odd Numbers, and th ter of small, active feet The ape'a Explanation Is a Mystery. curiosity had got the better of him There Is a puzzle which may be perHe crouched beside us. He, too, peer formed with any odd number of ob ed Into the dark passage fearfully. Jects, playing cards being usually em"Then suddenly Lover would shout. ployed, and which any one can do, but Look out! He's coming out: He'a no one, seems able to explain the reacoming out'' And we'd scamper away son for it Let us suppose the number In the direction of the ape's house selected to be twenty-seve- n cards, alBut the ape would be ahead of us. though fifteen or twenty-on- e would do He'd rush into his house in a perfect Just as welL After having them shuffled hold them whirlwind of excitement and terror. Then click! We'd snap the door tc In the left hand face upward and then deal them face upward one at a time on him, and he'd look very foolish, "Every day we fooled the ape in this In three piles so that the fourth, card way. He was long, you see, on curios- comes on the first and the fifth on the ity and cowardice, but very short oa top of the second and so on until you have three piles of nine cards each. memory." Chicago tierald. Request any person who Is watching you to make a silent note of any card How Hadley Proposed. The way President Arthur Twining he pleases, and when you have finished Hadley, according to a Yale legend, dealing to tell you in which pile the asked his prospective father-in-lafor card lies. By picking up the three piles permission to marry his daughter was again one at a time as before, the notcharacteristic At the time this gentle- ed card will reappear. Ask in which man, Luzon B. Morris, occupied an an- pile it came that time and place that omalous political position. He had re pile in the middle as before. Upon dealing the cards into three cently been elected governor of Conhis claim was disputed, piles for the third time note carefully, necticut but and the state was in a political turmoil the card that comes in the middle of there "Mr. Morris," was the way Mr. Had- each pile. With twenty-seve- n will be nine in each pile and the fifth ley approached the subject of his call, "I hope that i at least may be per- will be the middle card. Now, when the person who selected the card names mitted to to call you governor." the pile in vhich his card comes you World's Work. will know Jt was the middle card of ith this knowledge in your that pile Speed of the Street Song. possession ou can finish the trick in One of the curious things about thi any manner you please. popular song Is the rapidity of Its disThis is only a statement of results, semination among the street children. but what is the explanation or reason Few of them can near it at first naud for it? What is the rule that makes it at the music halls, yet long before the always come out right regardless of latest catchy tune has found its. way to the number of objects used, so that h the barrel organs or Sunday newspaper is odd? New York Sun. you will hear It rendered with amazing accuracy by tiny boys and girls, it Where the Fault Lay. seems to travel like rumor through an A newspaper man tells of a friend East Indian bazar. London Standard. who dited, with more or less success, a paper in a small town. That he was His Kick. somewhat discouraged by the lack of "Why don't you go to the doctor with interest shown in his journal was evithat cold?" denced by this notice which one after"Can't afford it" noon appeared on the editorial page: "You buy a pair of shoes when you "Burglars entered our house last seed them?" night To the everlasting shame of the "Yes, and that ends the transaction. community for whose welfare we have The doctor keeps telling me to come labored, be It said, they got nothing." gain." Louiva Courier-JournaHarper's Magazine. w left me with a frightful cough and tells the following curious story: very weak. T had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 "On one of the small islands minutes. My doctor could not help It is natural for a child to laush and plete in the morning. me, but I was completely cured by play and when it sulks drowsily or After asatisfaction of this we met a man who was an intershort use cries you may depend on it something forms of outside aid can beremedy all dispensed physical is the matter. If you see no with and nature will again act alone. DR. esting subject. He had come evidences of a serious ailment you will All not be wrong if you quietly give it a keep classes of good American people it in the home for ills of the dose of mild laxative that evening on there years before, when only a stomach, liver and bowels, and among it to I keep constantly on hands a nice line putting remedybed. the thousands who have written the The most generallv recom- doctor Mrs. J, E. Cox, Joliet, 111. will never be without that for young man. He was in the em- jf Caskets and Coffiins, and Men 'and mended Syrupthis purpose is Dr. Cald- It are Mrs. J.they Haynes, Brady, Ky., and "W. well's Pepsin, which mothers 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. throughout the country have been giving Mrs. E. L. Weeks. 1744 "W. 2nd St.. trading concern that Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. ploy of some their children for a quarter of a cen- Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved tury. Today thousands families are over Cumberland Grocers Co., using it where hundredsofused it then, many a person from a serious illness. he still worked for, and on his and there must be good reason for this Anyone wishing to make a trial of this Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. word of mouth recommendation. remedy before buying it in the regular among the islands he had rounds It Is admittedly the perfect laxative way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono women, old large size) can J. B. Jones. for children,need a gentle people and all dollar a asample bottle (family the homo C. D. ; t hers who bowel stimu- have bottle sent to fallen love with a native met and lant and not a violent salt, cathartic free of charge by simply addressing Dr. pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. VETERINARY SURGEON Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when Monticello, 111. Your name and address girl, but shelonly leughed at him, liken before retiring will bring com on a postal card will do. saying that he was not nearly so good looking as the natives because not tattooed. The girl's Birdseve view of our Plant Land Owners Attention. oClS-0'brother was just learning this ' C. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do art, and as he thought the white "& sS-A your Surveying correctly. manJs skin would be fine for Special Attnetfn to Eyes He has thirty-thre- e years practice, hef persuaded the trader Fistulo, Spavin or any surt' '' miiio gical work done at fair prices. 1 am tJiJXZ&trJKSaKfv-- rZt fSrk Ay3 experience. Charges reato be tattooed. well fixed to take care of stock. Mon o due when work is done or stock sonable. Phone 74 or "The manfquit the company, removed from stableB. write LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. and for six months lived in a naON STREET. F. C. Faulkner, tive house jn the mountains while Columbia, v.'. the boy practiced tattooing on him every day, until the work J. B. Stone J. H. Stone was done andfthe skin healed up. Residence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13 P Stone & Stone, made his way to the Then he WORKED HIS WEAK POINTS. "Largest in Dixie" Attoney-At-Lagirl's home. At first the girl OR. N. MURRELL Mr. Ape Had No Memory, but Lots of Ci Will practice in was frightened; then she nearly Curiosity and Cowardice. this and adjoining counties. "Curiosity and cowardice," said tbe DENTIST Incorporated went into hysterics, and ridione legged veteran, "are the chief Jamstown, Kentucky : characteristics of all monkeys and of culed him; and finally, she in- Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g most men. 1 worked In a zoo after the war. 1 was the keeper of tbe mon- sulted him in the worst possible up Stain. urrkey house. My biggest charge was an boy. manner she spat upon him; and ape the size of a I 4fvfr 83,1 Columbia, -- gk Kentucky Windows, jDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, was through his curiosity and and it m : p1i2? & ran away in the jungles. And cowardice that I used to manage him. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. 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Miss Smart means to sue me most excellent illustrated monthly for 'bweath of pwomise' or somethln magazine, is a worthy successor. howwid like that" ' "Weally?" The price is only 25 cents'a year. "Yaas. I said 1 was awfully sowwy Blatter. not to ask her to mawwy me, nut dad Ask for a sampletcopy. would cut me off If I did, and all she Courier-Journ- al Flower and Weed Test. Company Bald was, Ton needn't Imagine I'm the How to tell the flowers from the kind of a girl that accepts an apology weeds: Poll them up by the roots. If for a man,' "New York Tribune. INCORPORATED they are flowers that will be the last of em: if weeds, only the beginning. Louisville, Ky. .XJbleago News. Her Coaxing Way. She Oh, sweet hubby, be so good as to make me a present of 100 marks. He Well, if you need them you may have them. She Oh, how nice! Now you need to give me only 300 marks more for my tailor's bill! Fliegende JEFF PARSON, CampbeMsviMe, Ky. V H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentin fi. JOflES this office. years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N" the;;adair county news Substitute for Daylight. I J WELL DRILLER A thin translucent marble globe has been made in Germany which gives a clear light similar J J jg J J 9 j Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," I re- - I will drill wells in Adair and I have writes ceived from the use of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, ht liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-DraugBlack-Draug- Jj J J J J J BLACK-DRAUGH- T 9 S in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar jgj ailments, Thedford's ht has proved itself a safe, gi reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- 9 S f ft Activities of Women. LJ-6- 3 adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest imto daylight. The Hght produced proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give from this globe is declared by W experts to be almost the exact me a Call. . counterpart of daylight. AnothC. YATES er German novelty in illumination consists of a screen coated with an aluminum powder which, when placed before a light, transmits a glare exactly like daylight, by means of which even colors can be judged with g, perfect accuracy. Should these German discoveries prove to be all that has 41 been claimed for them, they will doubtless be universally adopted. 1914 FOR Artificial light that is a perfect BRIGHTER, BETTER, substitute for daylight is what the world has been waiting for. DIGGER THAN EVER 9 9 J. THE 9 LOUISVILL g TIMES J 9 THE REGULAR PRICE OF The Rockefeller foundation has given $200,000 to be used rturing THE LOUISVILLE TIME 8,000 women are engag- the next ten years for pensioning Over ed in commercial pursuits in widows with dependent families. A YEAR. IS England and Wales. Women are filling the positions Lipton 0 of men employed by the Pennsylvania has nearly IP YOU Will SEND YOUR 0RDEI girl workers between the company of London who have a Night of Terror! Few nights are more terrible than that of a mother looking on her child $5.00 choking and gasping for breath during an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to relieve it. Many mothers have passed nights of terror in 50,-00- age of 16 and 20. Many Japanese been called to the front as women earn diers. sol- TO US, YOU CAN GET thissitaution. A little forethought will enable you to avoid all this. Cham by working in the Nearly 700 women have gradfields and on the docks. uated from the Johns Hopkins their livi.ng THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND berlain's Cough Remedy is a certain cure for croug and has never been known to fail. Keep it sale by Paull Drug Co. taii.s strict neutrality its export business will soon surpass any "I have just come back from previous record, while every mill Europe, where every nation has factory and mine in the country made a soldier out of every man will be employing every man and fit to bear arms," writes David woman who is willing to work. Starr Jordan, chancellor of Stanford university, in the leading MILKING SHORTHORNS article in the November issue of LIKED IN ENGLAND Boys' Life, the Boy Scouts official magazine. "And now the whole continent is impoverished It Is claimed by high authority that from SO to 90 per cent of the milk and starving while its rivers run used In England comes from dual writes Thomas with blood of young men who types of cattle, Stockman. The Shaw great In the National preponderance comes from the Shorthave been killed by other young horns, in fact very much more than men, who had no quarrel with from all the other breeds combined. There are some Shorthorn herds in. them at all. England that are maintained only for "It is a soldier's business to beef. But the proportion of these to are milked that of the Shorthorns fight and kill or to stand up Is very small indeed. that It would also against other soldiers who are nearly as large be correct to say that a proportion of the forced to fight and kill. It is a Boy beef consumed comes from Shorthorns, pure and in the graded form, and yet Scout's business to help and to In the face of these facts some of the save, to make this world a better place for good men rnd women and boys to live in. It costs $40,000 for every man who is killed in battle, and this amount must be paid in 150 year's work for each one of the farmers and workmen who make up the armie3 of Europe. And we who While dairymen as a rule pin their faith to cattle of dairy breeding, many farmers Ilka the milking are outside of Europe may be strain of Shorthorns. A Kansas farmer says of this breed: "Three most thankful that we were born Shorthorn cows of mine are all good milkers, giving about Ave to in a republic where no man is six saltans per day when fresh and holding up with their milk very made a soldier against his will. well. Sometimes they are giving Braver Things Than War. "Just a word to the Boy Scouts they are doing and why they are doing ft. It is not that we want to make soldiers of you. Th'at is about Mrs. Margaret Cherdron, who Training School for Nurses. at hand. For of America as to what Ad. two years ago was the rKaf t elec- about a gallon and a half a day within two weeks of the time they come fresh again. They do not keep fat on the best of feed when giving milk. Their milk Is good and rich, and I consider they pay well for their feed and milking." The bull shown In of the milking Shorthorn strain. tors from Utah, is a candidate for the state senate in that state. Queen Mary of England is ' do- An Active Liver Means Health. If you wanbgood health, a clear com plexion and freedom from Dizziness. Remarkable Monastery. THE L0UISV1EE Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches ing her share in the present war by helping to knit 30,000 pairs of socks, which are needed by and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They drive out fermented and undigested foods, clear the Blood and cure Constipation. Only 25c at Ad. ' TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR the British soldiers. Paull .Drug Co. F0R0NU $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin- At Solovetsk, in the Russian government of Archangel, is the most remarkable monastery in the world. It is enclosed on y side by a wall of granite boulders which measures nearly ey,-er- a mile in circumference. the poorest use a nation ever that dual qualities could not be mainmade of its young men. There tained. An annual was issued in 1912 by the English Dairy Shorthorn association must be soldiers, sometimes, giving the milk records of 243 cows for even in our great republic, but that year. The cows were in milk on the average 294VG days. The lactation they are called to fight only when periods In many instances were not completed, and quite a number of the some men who ought to know animals were heifers. The average in milk was 7.51S.S8 better have made some awful production The males, the progeny of pounds. these, when grown into beef invariablunder. bly do well. Bkimmilk wise teachers at our colleges have said It is very strongly fortified, being supported by round and square towers about 30 feet in height, with walls 20 feet in thickness. The monastery consists in reality of six churches which are completely filled with statues and precious stones. Upon the walls and towers surrounding these churches are mounted huge guns, which in the time of the Crimean war were directed against the British White Sea squadron. The monks who inhabited the monastery at The Daily ted anywhere. Ha9 the best corps of corres pondents. Louisville And The Times Covers the Kentucky field psi , fectly. Covers the general news fiel completely. Has the best and fullest kets reports. m; DEMOCRATIC in politics b fair to everybody. that time marched in procession SUBS Adair County New SEND YOUR id! TI0N RIGHT AWAY on the granite walls while the shells were flying over their heads to prove how little they "We want you, Boy Scouts, for braver things than war. We want to make men of you. strong kind, alert, vigorous, helpful men, useful, to yourselves, to your neighbors, to your country and to the world. For the world y is one great nation, and whatever helps or hurts one part of it aids or injures all. Once in a great while the world needs soldiers. It needs you all the time as boys and as men, and it wants you cleareyed, wholesome and high spirited, fit to do good work, and willing to do it with abounding joy." to-da. The steers grown on and adjuncts during the milk period are positive favorites with tb& butchers. They attain to n large development, especially during the second year of growth, and it is claimed that the beef produced by those anl-mIs better marbled than when th& calves are reared upon the dam. In the latter Instances the maturity is frequently premature, and the external al fat is excessive. LUMPY JAW IN CATTLrj. Two Methods of Treating This Dangerous Disease. Lumpy jaw is the common name for the disease of the head, jaw and neck of cattle. The scientific name Is derived from the fungous spore which gives rise to the disease and which la technically known as actinomyces, writes Dr. A. S. Alexander In the Farm feared the attacks of the British fleet. Ten thousand pilgrims come annually to Solovetsk from all Is the best afternoon daily paper publish DEXTAL OF51CBI 9. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAIJIiL DRUG CO. ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 2D. OFFICE FBONB 88 parts of Russia to view the churches and relics. They are conveyed jh steamers manned and commanded solely by monks. Don't Delay Treating your Cough but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii jnj County News both for 4.50 per year. $5 A slight cough often becomes seri-- , I ous, Lungs get congested, Bronchial Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine soothes your irrated aitu iuuixt?Liou cuuL'u oih trrfjui. ui&Lrcsa !. Tar Honey. It for tvp years. J tf.c many thinfsc for Ji relief, bat sot httla tillnclastlfounl air passages, loosens mucous and it in tho best pills tr aicdisiuo I cv jr trial Jv your system resist Colds. Give f makes the Baby and the Children Dr. Bell's S WWV& Honey. It's guaranteed to Pine-Ta- r . help them. Only 25c at Paull Drug-Co- in !', DR.KI5HC3 & There are two ways of treating the disease, either of which must be resorted to at once. In many cases the tumor when first noticed is not attached to thejone and may be cut out with little difficulty or danger. After the operation, which is best performed by a veterinarian who is' familiar with Tide Turns. the anatomy of the part, the walls of the cavity made by the knife should be cauterized with the hot iron or some caustic solution such as bichloride of During the month of Septem- mercury and hydrochloric acid in waber exports exceeded imports by ter. This solution should consist of at According to esti- least half an ounce of bichloride to tha $18,000,000. pint of' water with sufiicient of the mates based on incomplete re- acid to make it dissolve. It may be introduced by means of a swab of cotturns., exports during the month ton on a stick. There are many other solutions. of October will exceed imports effective operation and application are the If time there by from $25,000,000 to $30,000,-00- thoroughly done the firstoperation, is rarely need of a second but This prospect, as viewed the solution may have to be used several times while the wound is healing. by the bankers of New York, If the bone is involved it will have to scraped and the swab used as bePhildelphia, Chicago and St. be fore. re Louis, plainly indicates "a turn Money In Swine. Stvine raising is one way to utilize of the tide" which can have but the surplus grain and the waste acres enorone result revival of business as pasture. Swine consume an make mous amount of food, but they and industry in this country ap- rapid gain, usually mature quickly as compared to. other animals and are proximating the palmiest days of among that class .of animals that rethe species rapidly. Money Inprosperity. Frank A. Vanderlips producein swine should bring dividends vested rule, president of the National City sooner, as asheep. than when invested Every farm sboulu. In rattle or enough' swine to supply the manBank of New York, is confident ban ner's family with pork and bacon. that if the United States maia- - 'Farm and Ranch. 0. Journal. - i tf ni -- 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS s -- c A Turkish fleet pursued the Russian ships, which took part in WAR NEWS IN BRIEF. 1 the fog. London, TSfov. m.). A report was current in the hobbies of the House of Commons this afternoon that three Ger-- Over the long battle lines of Europe comparative quiht pre-cruiserg faad been sunk in fche padfic afc a pIace nofc gpedfie(L trails today, except in Belgium, where the conflict continues; still Nq confirmatiorlj howeverj of the rumor is obtainable. 12, (3:30 p. PUBLIC SALE. Saturday Nov. 21, 1914. TV vaith deadly fury, and still undecided. 6n the Servian border sharp fighting is in progress and the Turks are in action against the Russians, but on the main positions through France, along the East Prussian border and in Galicia n tcfacre apparently is a lull. On the success or failure of the attempt to force a way to the English channel at whatever cose may depend the Suture of the campaign, not only in Belgium &ut elsewihere. official statement, the only authoritative word up to Eioon, sketched out a battle line which adherred closely to that previously reported. In contrast with yesterday's freak admission of a German advance,including the capture of Dixmude,the French statement of today was noncommittal. Fighting continues with violence on the western end of the line, it is said, but there are no indications whether the Germans have succeeded in pushing further their advance. It is assumed in all quarters that the utmost energy of the allies will be expended in efforts to halt the German movement west of Dixmude, as the road lies straight to Dunkirk, on the channel. Minor engagements are reported at other points on the line, &ut apparantly there have been no movements of note. Along the Servian border, the only other point from which lieavy fighting is reported, the Austrians are making a determined .effort to crush Servia and complete the campaign before the openGer-snaTo-day's CRUISER GOE-BE- N STRUCK. chandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Petrograd, Nov. 12. A dispatch received here from Constantinople says that the Turkisk cruiser Goeben was penetrated by a shell at her water line duriug the recent bombardment of the Darfleet, The damage inflicted danelles by the allied Anglo-Frencis described as serious. The Goeben is one of the German cruisers taken over by Turkey after the outbreak of the war. h to-da- We will sell our entire line of mer Cloth- ing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, and in fact a general line of merchandise. at Sparksville, Ky., at public auction, to the highest and best bidder. This sale will be at our store to cross Paris, Nov. 12. The German forces attempted y the Yser from Dixmude and were repulsed by the Allies with great loss, according to official announcement from the War Office. Paris, Nov. 12 (2:45 p. m.). The French official statement, ip given out in Paris this afternoon says that the fighting on the left FARMERS and shippers of TOBACCO wing continues with violence and has been characterized with al Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Established ternate advances and retirements, without importance. GeneralPICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ly speaking, the statement declares, the battle front shows no imINDEPENDENT portant changes since the 10th of November. We conduct a "Strictly Independent'' Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and are not connected directly or indiThe text of the communication follows: ing of the winter. rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company, and give personal attention to the sale of all tobacco intrusted "On our left wing the fighting still continues with violence Austria's recent assertions that her troops had defeated the to our care. Servians and were carrying the fighting well on Servian soil, found and has been conducted with alternate advance and retirements BRIDGES & COMPANY, incorporated, Proprietors partial confirmation in official information from Nish, where it is without importance. Speaking broadly, the battle front has not LOUISVILLE, KY. Correspondence Solicited admitted that the Servians abandoned some portions along the varied greatly since the 10th of November. In the evening of Slorthern border', for "strategic reasons." A decisive victory, yesterday it extended along the line between Lombaertzyde and however, is claimed by the Servians in one of the numerous en- Nieuport; the Nieuport canal to Ypres; the approaches of Ypres; gagements now in progress along both the Western and Northern in the region of Zonnebeko, and to the east of Armentieres. Your Childrens boundaries. A force of 6,000 Austrians who crossed the Danube BRITISH kEPULSE PRUSSINS. Eyes at a point thirty miles from Belgrade, the Servian War Office says, "There has been no change in the positions held by the Britjuj tt3 ,vas put to rout, 1,000 being killed, 2,000 captured and drowned in ish army, which repulsed the attacks of the enemy and particularYou can not be too careful of your children's eyes, esthe river. ly an offensive movement undertaken by a detachment of the pecially during their years at 'The Russian pursuit of the Germans along the Silesian frontier Prussian guard. school, careful investigation 2kas Blackened, and the Germans are strengthening their positions has shown that rr.cst back "Prom the canal of La Bassee as far as and up to the River ward scholars have some defect of vision. Call on DR. ALPER the along the line of border fortresses in expectation of an attempted Oise there have been minor engagements. -t rage nx "!" ayior s Lvrug O. oiore, oiumma, iy. in Russian invasion. "In the region of the River Aisne, in the neighborhood of in wpucian, ai Petrograd makes the statement that the retreat of the Ger- Vaillv, we retained our position against a counter attack, and we mans was due to the failure of their Crown Prince, in command strengthened our positions in the territory previously conquered of the center, to hold his position. by us. Both General von Hindenburg, in the North, and General "In the region of Craonne and on the Heurtebise farm, our Danki, in charge of the Austrian forces in Galicia, are said to have artillery succeeded in reducing to silence the cannon of the enemy. held back the Russians until the retreat of the Crown Prince's Several of their pieces were even destroyed. We also made some forces compelled them to fall back to avert disaster. Another re- progress in the vicinity of port, which also may possibly by classed as gossip, is to the effect "In the Argonne, in the Woevre district, in Lorraine and in ia$ General Danki, displeased by the recent course of events, is the Vosges. the respective positions show no change." furmoving south across Galacia, and has refused to ONLY TEMPORARY GAIN. ther with the German staff. Austria admits the withdrawal of her y With Dixmude in their possession, the invaders were troops from Western Galicia, and the investment of Przemysl for less than fifty miles from Calais and much nearer Dunkirk, and the second time by the Russians. the fight they have been putting up in the face of tremendous army of Caucasia losses seems to bear out what has been so often said that they .Fighting between the Turks and the Russian apparantly is still in progress without definite result. The Rus- will not abandon this struggle to reach the coast unless they are sian staff reports that it is maintaining its position, routing the utterly crushed. The English and French theory is that the holdTurkish forces, which attempted an enveloping movement. A ing of Dixmude is only temporary; that its history will be much The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. f Turkish torpedo boat, according to a dispatch from Athens, has the same as that of other towns which have been taken and ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with'; employed to make the Thornhill wagon. j0ng sleeve malleable 5een captured off the coast of Asia Minor. in the fighting on the vser. The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and With the reassembling of the British Parliament, it becomes places north of Dixmude the Germans are at the For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is In certain apparent that the government will be checked, notwithstanding the least on. the left bank of the Yser, that is, on the side nearest the use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma-t- o insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine-o-f decision of the opposition to support the Premier on major policies French coast towns, and their attacks, instead of concentrating to oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes) , with double refined sable iron. - light draft a certainty. during the continuance of the war. The government's conduct of the southward below Ypres, apparently have been removed alThe axles are of toughest hickory- The bolsters are of the best white oak. naval matters probably will be the subject of the most pointed most on the coast line. Here, they drove the Allies from They have an iron plate at top and bot- - the steel axles of the best refined steely torn, riveted through and through mul- The sides of "Thornhill" beds are questions which the cabinet members will be called upon to answer. only in turn to be driven out themselves. " tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The success of the German spy system and the sending of a BritThe "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives The official announcement given out by Paris this afternoon better service. ish force to doomed Antwerp also have given rise to criticism of says the Germans again are trying to take Lombaertzyde, which hound plate that is braced to the hounds Come in at all points. This is an exclusive and see this wagon sold the government. England's recent feeling of optimism was al- is to the north of Nieuport and within a stone's throw of the sea. "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. tered by the latest German naval feat of sending a submarine to How they can operate in this locality if British and French warthe shore of England and sinking the torpedo gunboat Niger in ships are still standing guard off the shore is not quite clear to ihO -- Coomer & Gowen - T 1 T"X I T.T 1 Bery-au-Ba- c. co-opera- te -- to-da- This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good non-breaka- re-tak- en out-car- e. Lom-baertzyd- e, .the Downs, . The American crusier North Carolina, one of the two warships .sent to the relief of Americans in Europe, is safe in the harDor at Beirut, as the Tennessee, her companion ship, learned from her by wireless. This put an end to rumors that the North Carolina had been sunk by & mine. British observers. For some time past there has been no mention of haval activity on this coast, but it has been assumed that this was explained by the reported German retirement from the coast of France and Belgium and the news that they were deliv ering their attacks further to the south. STILL HOLD YPRES sow By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, tv 4 The Thoralv" V.'' :- -. 'if lovest iricJ but he '., an-- ' j ECE?C1 , .. end the cheapest The Allies still hold Ypres, where the fighting evidently is of Bef fin, Tuesday, Nov. 10, (by wireless). A Turkish official the most desperate character. Shells constantly are falling in the y toiwn, which also is the object of the aeroplane attacks. Armen-riere- s, sreport received here from Constantinople and given out which has been constantly a bone of contention, being first gays that the Russians have been completely defeated on the Caucasian frontier after a fight which lasted two days. The positions occupied by the invaders and then by the defenders has now be come too, hot for occupation by either side. The Germans are on of the Russians are now occupied by the Turks. to-da- he hills on one side of the town and the Allies are attacking it unceasingly from the other side. The official communication given out in Paris 1 st night claims that the invaders throughout the day continued tioir efforts of the day before without achieving any fresh result, and declares that the Germans are making vain attempts to move oit from Dixmude along the left bank jf tne Yser. t " , ns