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THE COLUMSIA HtMALO FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, UH.
TITANIC STRUGGLE IS RENEWED ALONG RATTLE OF HUNDRED FIFTY MILES ALLIES AGAIN TAKING THE OFFENSIVE ARE POUNDING AWAY WITH TERRIFIC FORCE AGAINST' THE GERMANS AROUND CHAR IEROI AND PARIS REPORTS ARE SLIGHTLY MORE FAVORABLE. FIRST MONDAY SHOW PREMIUMS WILL AGGREGATE MORE THAN $450 ? .1 .1 i .i THERE WILL BE TWENTY SEVEN RINGS OF HORSE AND MULE COLTS AND SHETLAND PONIES ON EXHIBITION. DR. W. P. WOLDRIDGE, DIRECTOR GENERAL, WILL BE ASSISTED BY RING MASTERS COLS. R. F. MOORE AND JOHN FRASER JUDGING OF RINGS WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK ON MORNING OF SEPTEMBER 7-LIST OF AIDES, ETC Bigger and better in every way than a three ring circus will be the horse and mule colt show the first londay in September. Dr. W. P. Woldridee. manager anil AUSTRIA MAKES FORMAL DECLARATION OF WAR AGAINST JAPAN director, has completed his list n, AND TURKEY THREATENS TO JOIN WITH AUSTRIA WH ICH rings and prizes, and is getting affairs WOULD PROBABLY MAKE ITALY A FACTOR IN THE WAR. in splendid shape for the great show GERMAN AND RUSSIAN FLEETS ARE REPORTED TO BE EN- here. He has secured about $450 CAGED IN DESPERATE ENCOUNTER NEAR ALAND ISLANDS, worth of premiums and prizes which CONTINUED SUCCESS FOR THE RUSSIANS IN EASTERN will be distributed in the twenty-sev-PRUSSIA IS CLAIMED BY THE ST. PETERSBURG GOVERN- en rings. Of this amount over $50 MENT AUSTRIANS DEFEATED WITH TERRIBLE LOSSES IN will be cash, contributed by the mer EASTERN GALLACIA KING ALBERT OF BELGIUM IS FORCED chants of the city to make the show TO ABANDON PALACE BECAUSE OF DROPPING BOMBS. a success. The other $450 will be in season fees for the coming year, (International News Service.) sterntorff, the German ambassador which the owners of stallions and LONDON, Aug. 26. Furious fight- to the United States, today received jacks are going to offer for the best ing around Charlerol is again in pro-,a dispatch from Pekin saying that colts by their stock. nress today with the French and a - English once more taking the offen sive. They are pounding with all possible vigor at the German's lines lying north of the 8ambreri river. Re inforcements with all posslb'e dls natrh are belna rushed to the allies r ind every effort Is being made to re cover the ground lost on Monday. The French government admits that the fate of France Is staked on the result of this battle now In pro- trla and Mc-na Is wavering before the repeated terrific seeaulte ef the aMIes. Details of the last two days fight ing show the conflict to have been one of tht greatest decisive battle In all the world's history. When th battle the Japanese assault had failed. on Kiaochau ADVANCE CHECKED. The following jack owners will of fer season fees for 1915 for the best mule colts by their stock foaled in the year 1914: Sime Watson, Allen Harlan, Harry Borum, William Max well, Porter Bros., and J. S. and C. A. Wright. Where one man has several jacks, he will have only one ring for the whole lot of colts, and not a ring for the get of each of his stock. In the pony division, Sims Watson, Will Sellars, Horace Armstrong and Henry Martin will each have rings for colts by their stallions and will give a season fee for the coming year for the best colt by them shown. Thero will be six sweepstakes rings. The prizes in each will ln sts Dr. Woldridge will be the director , in cash for the best colt and 12 Kfi in general of the day and will have per- cash for the second best. The rings sonal charge of the work. He will are for the best horse cols of 1914 be assisted by Col's R. F. Moore and the best Ally colt, the best mar m,,1. " Jonn Fraser as ring masters. W. D. 'colt, the best horse mni u w. French Calm the Invaders Are Bo- asting3 and Asnley Sowell will be ZtSZZ the' Ing Held Back Along Entire secretaries of the show. pony under saddle. In addition there I The superintendents in the mule will be two rings for the little boys Batue Line. department will be Allen B. Harlan, and girls, who ride ponies Three (international News Service.) cMand Li ? M PARIS, Aug. 2,-An offlciai an- leToeot 2 ?! gre. It Is reported that the Ge, nouncement says that the advance superintendent will be W. M. Toller. Daily Herald Tor the one who is de man right wing lying between Court- of the Germans haa been checked Allen Campbell. Allie Kittrell. Rov hh v.... " - w mo uui UCTJL, B or i tie along the entire battle line and that Porter, William Maxwell and John C. boy under twelve years, who Is judg- French are mating progress in the Sowe11 In the pony department of edto be the best rider, $3 in cash will Lunnevllle region. The German at- the 8now' Dr- Woldridge haa asked be given, while a year's subscription tack on Nancy has failed. s- w- Warfleld, Eugene Fleming. Hor- to The Weekly Herald will be offered Rumors are current that the ace Armtrong, James R. Williamson, to the next best rider. Sims Watson and Laurice Moore to rr U'niHrM commencea me tng-in were mu ,,, ,, ,, Jt) ,4 act as the sunerintendentH. t),a k - . . . week, but the war office states that In the horse department there will in the show to have their stock here they have redeemed themselvs in be nlne rlnS8' Seasn fees which will as early as possible, as the judging subsequent engagements. range in value from $10 t0 $5. will will have to start at 10 o'clock. Pre- The carnage In the great battle be offered by the following owners vious to this there will be a grand waa frightful. of horse. W, M. Tolley, Allen Camp- parade through the main portion of bell, Horace Cecil, William Maxwell, the city, during which a moving pic- CONFLICTING REPORT8. Eugene Fleming, Allen Harlan, Har- ture man from Nashville will take a ry uorum and Hem Sheegog. picture of the exhibit. 9 SAVE THIS KEY PMPEiv LABJvfSEKllS INTRODUCE COMPLEXO TO AND GOOD TO?ifSTEtLUR WI ITS MEMT ( COMPLEXO the face preparation that wont rub off. Latham's Drug Store Distributors, Columbia, Tenn. WHEAT CONTINUES TO SOUR SKYWARD il. ...uu 4L. C U - -,.(, in ino CCnicr Willi rmnwi vtvi 11 side. The battle line extended for a hundred and fifty mi'es in a triangular shape with Namur as the apex. Ger many's surprising success at Namur, which has been regarded as Impreg nable, caused the whole font of the allies to crumble and faM back to the second lines. SEPTEMBER QUOTED AT NOON AT $1,113 PER BUSHEL IN ST. LOUIS. No Change Locally and Practically None Is Being Sold or Bought, mum MICE (International News Service.) ..PARI8, Aug. 26. It Is officially an nounced that the French and English forces have retaken the advantageous positions In Belgium from wnicn tney had been forced to retire. (International News Service.) ROME, Aug. 26. It was officially reported today that Austria had de clared war on Japan. Nothing Definite Known as Yet as to the Fate of the Forts Around City of Namur. (International News Service.) LONDON, Aug. 26 The govern ment announces that it has no fur ther information regarding Namur. The best information seems to be that the forts are still holding out, although the Berlin government an nounces the fall of the city. TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER. JUDGMENT DAY IN CRIMINAL COURT SEVERAL CASES FOR MISDE MEANORS HEARD BEFORE JUDGE M'KNIGHT. MARRIED IN FRONT PICTURE SHOW ESQ. HOLT MAKES ALGIE PINKS TON AND MISS SULA WHITE MAN AND WIFE. (International News Service.) ..ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 26. The government officially announces to day that the German army In East Prussian is retreating to Keonisburg and that the Austrian army has been driven back to Central Galacia after suffering severe losses In men and supplies. The Germans were forced to abandon several machine and fie'd 8un. . (. ..... NAVAL BATTLE. Reported Between the German and Russian Warships Near the Aland Islands. (International News Service.) STOCKHOLM, Aug. 26. A great naval battle between the German and Russian fleets is reported going on near the Aland Islands. Thousands and Thousands of Aus trians Were Killed in Battle on the Save. (International News Service.) NISH, Aug. 26. Survivors declare that, tha slaughter of the Austrians in the nine days' battle on the river ed.fora day Save was terrible, it being stated that fifteen thousand were killed and thirtv thousand wnnnded. and ten thousand made prisoners. The Aus- in he cit c?urt trians ware comuletelv routed and none left on Servian boII. Four nun- also charged with carr,,n weapons, dred thousand were engaged in the agreed to pay ?15 per month untn h.- they have paid enough to meet their wabVAV. .... y . nnes ana costs, at wnicn time tney will submit and take a fine of $50 and costs. Hugh Akin was given six months and $50 in each of two cases for sell ing liquor without a license. Albert Wright and Raymond Chaf ftn submitted to a charge of carrying 1 J nM)I ... oc mL . nrmon weapons and were fined 50 and Fores King Albert, of Belgium, to' BERLIN, Aug. 26.-That Get many Seek a Private Realtfenea. ' Tne caae or the atate vs W111 M.nv Killed it a part of the German empire is at- e ca8e tne t8tat vsu W1" many kihoo. . . . . . Brown was quite a hard fought one, AK'TwvRP Auv 9 Kinn Albert i tested by the appointment of a gov- ..... . ANTWERP, Aug. J. K.mg aiuohi j .... " the iurv flna lv returnina: a verd ct Judge McKnight has been holding 11 today the August term of the county Standing right in front of the Sll criminal court. There were several ver Crescent picture show, Esq. Cap cases before him for misdemeanors. Holt said tne words today that made The case of Bud Brown, who was Miss Sula White the wedded wife of charged with carrying whisky from jA11 Pinkston. He was Just return one county to another, was nolled on I lnS from dinner when he met the costs. In another case against him, j couPle who were in search of him, in which he was charged with selling j and wno nad known him for many liquor without a license, he was found j yearS- He asked them to step back guilty, but the sentence was postpon- in tne alcove of the picture show so I that the affair would not be so pub- BOMBS IN ANTWERP. Sol Blair, charged with carrying llc- Tney dld so- and he tied them weapons, got his case nolled on pay- UP without any of the passcrsby ment of costs. He had paid his fine kowing what was taking place. Both of the parties live in the Park Sta- Henry Jackson and Luther Wells, tion community and are very known in that section. well TO ANNEX BELGIUM. Germany Appoints Governor for Country and Will Make It Part of the Empire. (International News Service.) HON.J. H. DINNING AT MASSEY SCHOOL Hon. John Henry Dinning, of this city will deliver the principal ad dress at the opening of the Massey school Wednesday morning, Sept. 2 ad family have abandoned their pal- ice and taken up quarters in a pri vate residence as the lesult of the at tempts of German airships to destroy the palace last night. Twenty bombs tre dropped from the air and six Pinions were killed. ASSAULT FAILED. Gepman Ambassador Says That the Japanese Failed to Make Head way at Kiaochau. (International News Service.) NEW YORK, Aug. 26. Count Von- ernor general for that country. ADVISED TO LEAVE. of "not guilty." It was alleged that he was guilty of carrying a razor and that he had tried to carve up the ne- The American Embassy at Rom. maa with ,whom he uviug mr several years, ne came Urges Citizsns of This Country to Leave. (International News Service.) ROME, Aug. 26. The American embassy here has advised all Ameri-, can citizens to leave Italy in view of tne complications inai may nf m that country as a result of the war. clear, however. last call for POWELL CLAYTON SpMiul to The Herald. WASHINGTON, Tenn., Aug. 26. n Powell Clayton, the leading re- an of Arkansas since the war pn the staies died today aged He was the reconstruction bet n tine to ver '1'Or of ArL-nnoao i MLJ" BUU l! "in in '-HI r ; 5 KPneration in state and national k MAN WILL PULL A P. & 0. PLOW WILD ADVANCE ON WHEAT SEPTEMBER CLAIMS TO ONE TWENTY-FIVE BUT DROP8 BACK AGAIN. NEW POPE CHOSEN COMING WEEK HOWEVER, HE WILL NOT TAKE OFFICE UNTIL CLOSE OF EU ROPEAN WAR. (International News Service.) ROME, Aug. 27. The college of cardinals have decided to elect the new pope next we)Bk. However, he will not take office until the close of the present war. Fourteen inch Bteel mole board sulky plow, cutting a furrow 14 inch es wide and 6 inches deep on the J. J. Parrish farm at Dark's Mill, Sat- BRITISH CAPTURE MANY RESERVISTS FALMOUTH, England, Aug. 26. The Holland-American line steamer (International News Service.) CHICAGO, Aug. 27 On a wildly Potsdam, from New York, Aug. 25, ar- urday, August 29th, at 2 p. m.. A fac- excited market today wheat went to , rived here this afternoon with 400 tory expert will give you information one dollar and twenty-five cents, but Germans and some Austrian reserv that will be useful In successfully tumbled back four cents in three min- lsts on board. running all kinds of plows of any utes. Eastern speculators are buying , The reservists were immediately made prisoners of war and are now in the hands of the military authori- u ...... i. i.Mm make. Ask him about your plow on a heavy scale troubles. U Street, Martin t Vaahan Co. Wheat continued to soar this morn ing, and September was quoted at $1.1194, an advance of two cents per bushel over the close of yesterday. May wheat was quoted at $1.20. The news that the war would not be a short, but a long drawn out alair has caused the skyward trend of prices. There is no change in the local quotations. Some of he millers and buyers not even making bids, as they fear that the market is too uncertain. To correspond with the advance in wheat, flour is up 25 cents on the bar rel today. The best grade is quoted at 16.00 per barrel. Shorts and bran are bringing 30 and $34 per ton. PRODUCE. (Quotations by Wo. Barker.) Eges, fresh. 18o and weak: hens. lo and strong; spring chickens 12V4c turkeys, 12c; ducks, 8c; geeee, 6c; roosters, 6c; butter 17c and strong. PLOUR AND GRAIN. (Quotations furnished by Common Mill . Elevator Co., Ash ton s Ma and City Mill ft Grain Co.) Flour Best patent, $6.00; second grade, $5.00; bran, per ton, $30; mid dlings, per ton, $34. Meal Loose, $1.00; sacked, $1.06. Wheat Delivered at mills In wag ons, 90c. Corn Per barrel, $5.50 and strong, helled, $1.10 per bushel. MEAT AND LARD. (Quotations by Hill Grocery Co.) (Prices paid farmers). Sides, 15c; hams, 18c; lard, 13V6c. WHOLESALE FEED. (Dale Grain & Feed Co.) No. 2 yellow corn, $1.10 per bu.; No. 2 white oats, 55c to 60c per bu.; chicken feed, $2.25 per 100 lbs.; mo lasses, mule feed, $1.90 per 100 lbs.; molasses dairy feed, $1.70 per 100 lbs.; choice Michigan timothy hay, $28.00 per ton; No. 1 timothy hay, $25 per ton; choice prairie hay, $23 par ton; choice (Colorado) alfalfa, $26 per ton; No. 1 (Oklahoma) alfalfa, $24 per ton. WHOLESALE PRODUCE. (Quotations by McCarty Pro4u Cm, add Park Bra. ) Country bacon 18c par lb. Cabbagar-lJ.SS. Lemon $7.00 par box Irish potatoes $3.00 per bag. Navy beans $3.35 per bushel. Millet seed $1.76 per bushel Oats 40 cents per bushel Before R. H. Guest, Justice of the Peace for Maury County, Tennessee. J. F. Anderson, Joe Frlerson. It appearing from a writ of attach ment heretofore issued in this cause against Joe Frierson, defendant, (who under oath is alleged to have ab sconded and the ordinary procesa of law cannot be served upon him) for the recovery of the sum of one hun dred dollars, alleged by the plainti to be justly due him by the said de fendant by note, said attachment baa been duly executed by the seizure of property of the defendant and due re turn made thereof to me: It is therefore ordered that pabU cation be made for four consecutive weeks tn The Columbia Herald, newspaper published in Maury coun ty, requiring the defendant, Joe Frier son, to appear at my office at tha court house in the city of Columbia at 10 o'clock on the 28th day of Sep tember, 1914, before me, the justice of the peace having cognizance ot said case, and then and there defend this action thus commenced againet him by attachment, or otherwise tne case will be proceeded with exparte as to him. This the 27th day of August, 191. R. H. GUEST, Justice of the Peace for Maury county, Tenn. 284t ATTACHMENT NOTICE IRON, RUBBER, ZINC AND LEAD (Quotations flemish ed by Lee Barker.) Old scrap iron, 10c per 104 R heavy brass, 6e to 6c per lb.; Hgn brass, 3c per lb.; light copper, Be per ,; heavy copper, go per Tb Boaes. 40c to 60c per 100 na. N 1 shoes, So lb.; No. 2 shoes, 2c . Rubber Rubber tires, Sc; safe Urea, 9a. HIDES, GINSENG, IRON, ETC (Quotations by Louis Barker.) Wool 12c to J4o. Dry salt hides, ISc lb.; flint, t b.; horse hides, No. 1, large, $LM; green hides, 10 cents; eured, litte; pule, $2; goat skins, 20c; lamb skin Before R. H. Guest, Justice of the Peace for Maury County, Tennessee. J. Frank Anderson, vs. Joseph Frlerson. It appearing from a writ of attach ment heretofore issued in this cause against Joseph Frierson, defendant; (who under oath is alleged to have absconded and the ordinary process of law canot be served on him) for the recovery of one hundred dollars, alleged by the plaintiff to be justly due him by the said defendant, by a title or lien note on horse and corn, said attachment has been duly exe cuted by the seizure of property ot the defendant and due return made thereof to me: It is therefore ordered, that publica tion be made for four consecutive weeks in The Columbia Herald, newspaper published in Maury coun ty, requiring the defendant, Joseph Frierson, to appear afc my office at the court house in the city of Colum bia, at 10 o'clock on the 28th day of September, 1914, before me the Jus tice of the peace having cognlzane of said case, and then and there de fend this action thus commenced, against him by attachment, or other wise the caae will be proceeded witla exparte as to him. This the 27th day of August, 1914. R. H. GUEST, Justice of the Peace for Maury County, Tenn. 28ldt wfteertee for The HereieV Beeswax Per pound, Me. Tallow Per pound. 6c Ginseng Per pound, $.26 to IT.Tf. Yellow root 11.50 per pound. weeeribe for The Herefe. GREAT CROWDS TO LOOK AT EXHIBIT JUDGE JESSE T0MLIN8ON TALKS OF THE TRIP OF THE AGRI CULTURAL TRAIN. Judge Jesse Tomlinson, assistant commissioner of agriculture, who has been with the agricultural train for the past three weeks, came in last night and will remain here for the next week. He will then join train. Mr. Tomlinson haa been in charge of the exhibits on several occasions and has delivered a number of lectures at various places. He said today that large crowds had greeted the train every where and the greatest inter est had been manifested by the pee Pi . - ! KSf" .awe . c it w