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fV LUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAiR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 NUMBER
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POSTUJFFIOE DIRECTORY
POSTUJ
J il Russell Postmaster
Offlee hours weekdays ToOO a m to 980 PHU
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COURT DIRECTORY
CincuixCocRTThree sessions a yearffhlrd
Monday in January third Monday In May and
third Monday In September
JudgeWnes
OomiaonweaUh s Attorney N H W Aaron
i Shcriff J W Hurt
Clerk Jno B Coffey
COUNTY CcUBTFirst Monday In each month
Judged W Butler
County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr
ClcrkT R Stunsre
refallerS
Assessor Q A Bradshaw
Surveyor R T McCaffrec
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School SuptW D Jones
Coroner Leonard Fletcher
Jirr COUBT Regular court second Monday in
ach mcnth
JSchool W Atkins
oraey Gordon Montgomery
CHURCH DIRECTORY a
PRESBYTERIAN
BUKKSY1LL2 PRESBYTERIANJe iu
pastor Services second and fourth Sundays
n each month Sundayschool at9 a m everyw
Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night 1
METHODIST fc
BuBKsriLLB STBEET Rev J L Kilgoreca
pastor Services first Sunday in each month
Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer n
meeting Thursday night ti
nightBAPTIST
BAPTIST
STREETRcv E W Barnett
GREENSBORO STREET
Barnettfr
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wwtor Services third Sunday In each month ll
3andayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer hi
nesting Tuesday night
nightCHRISTIAN
CHRISTIAN H
CAMrnBLtsviLLC PIKE Rev ZoT Williams
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Pastor Services second Sunday In each
mouth Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9aro s
Prayer meeting Wednesday night of
LODGES in
MASONIC J
COLUMBIA Locos If 096 Fand A dRegu jt
lar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri
day night on or before the full moon in each b
mouth GAKEJIP VM
TBSIVXTS Sccj
crsNCEO caRaa la
ter
h fioaover Hotel fo
JO HH N CONOVER Proprietor
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olumbiaa Kentucky vi
HIS Hotel Is one of the best in this c
1 section of the State It Is a large ti
ew brick containing twentyeight pa
all furnished Goodco
ooms elegantly u
bample rooms and the table is sup See
see
1lledwith the best provisions the coun
try affords Bates very reasonable gr
Hancock Hotel
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appa
BURKSVILLE STREET pa
ta
Columbia Ky in
JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop ed
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t tSTThe above Hotel has been retted
ar
tted repainted and Is now ready forfo
the comfortable accommodation of
guests Table supplied with the best on
the market affords Rates reasonable d
good sample room Feed stable at lo
bed r
j 1 iIm QRANT T lu th fr
JA3ZES BELI Proprietor
LEBANON KY
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> This stand is located near the de a
pot and meals are furnished at all
hours at 25 cents per meal The best l
eatables the country affords Ele v
gant sitting rooms for ladies
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JAMESTOWN XYr
HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors t T d
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milK above namnd hotel was recently opened ly
land has had a fine run from thicBtart Mrs
Bolt looks after the culinary dc p rtmemt nnd E
sees that the table In supplied at all times
with the very best the market affords The w
proprietor are attentive and d tie pout to
pguctz Good sample rooms nnd the batldlng v
Is convenient the badness ho trees Phil
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BVJ B MURRELL
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CHAPTER m
At the time this story opened there
resided in Woodford county Kentucky
about five miles from the little town
of Mid way Mr James Bartelle He
was the wealthiest man in the county
and besides having an aristocratic wife
he was the father of two daughters
VIola and Jennie Their ages were
eighteen and twenty Viola possessed
pleasing disposition agreeable with i
everyone with whom she met while
Jennie took after her parent was
never seen in company with those who
were not financially up in the world
Their father had lands many blooded
horses and large herds of thoroughbred
cattle Besides he had much surplus
means Viola being the favorite in
the locality she had many suitors for
her hand the propositions coming
from young men whose parents stood
high socially and financially She was
not easily pleased at least none of
the offers came from persons whom
she considered worthy The habits of
some were repulsive the dispositions
others contrary to her own
One day while Viola was shopping
Midway she was introduced to Mr
Eugene Gifford a young man who had
just been employed in the largest dry
goods establishment in the place He
had a manly countenance and was a
pleasing and obliging salesman and
his manner very much impressed Vio
and Mr Gifford was equally pleasedm
with his new found acquantanc
When Viola returned home she In
formed her sister Jennie of meeting
the new clerk and how favorably she
was impressed Nothing more was
said and in a few days Viola again
visited the store She was waited
upon by Mr Gilford who was ex
ceedingly agreeable and when the
time came for her to start he accom
panied her to the buggy and asked If he
could have the pleasure of calling to
her at her home The request was
granted and about one week thereat
ter young GIfford drove up to old man
Bartelles residence He was met at
the door by a colored boy ushed Into
the parlor and in a few minutes Viola
appeared Two hours were happily
passed and when the time for him to
take his leave arrived he was deeply
love with Viola and Viola enlertain
d the same tender feelings for him
Mr GIfford made the second and third
visit but before the time for the fourth
arrived old man Bartelle had been In
formed that his daughters suitor was
only a poor young man clerking in a
dry goods store He forbade her to
longer keep his company and young
Gifford did not again visit the house
This however did not prevent him
from meeting Viola as social gather
ings In the county frequently threw
wd
them together The obstinacy of old
manBartelle did not deter the young
couple and finally they became engag
They could not marry at home
and they fell upon this plan Viola
had influential relatives living in Lou
isville and she decided to Pay them a
visit She went and in a few weeks
young Gifford followed meeting Viola
a designated place they crossed
over to Jeffersonville Indand were
secretly married Returning to Lou
isville Viola went to the home of her
relatives and her husband to a hotel
They remained In the city several
days meeting frequently but so close
oseo
did they guard their secret noon o
IllYdld
suspected that they were man arid
wife Young Gifford returned to Mid
way before his wife reached her home
and then ii was some days before they
could arrange to meet After the first
meeting they were together cl ldes
finely often trying all the time tp tall
upon a plan to break the news to Yo
las parents Finally the marriage
8d
could no longer be kept from theold
folks and Viola told them the wine le
story They raved and theo a t
qeo laced jliHt It would not do for the I
public to know that his daugter h Sid
iBWd a laif who had towork for a
living hence he would aendjwtfroBa
home to remain until after that chiW
was born AcoonUBjlj be cowultad
Violas uncle Dir D aBitttel1e a ad
ale reaulCottbstaeultatlo Rea
t
I tbatyioUi Mliat be JiHt Vthejaoawi
ftfl v t r
j + ltf v r t
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II 1
l uuu
of Aunt Lisle Sharp in Adair
county X 7 What folio wed at Mint
tizzies home the reader hat already
been informed
informedCKAPTXUIV
CYAPTER IV
The reader Is now aware that Cora
and Viola are one and the same pe
s on and U she will not again be at
HAunt Lizzies regideaee she willi
known through the remainder of thT
story by her real Dame Viola andd
doubtless those who are perusing the
naratlve would like to know ot myste
rious disappearance from Aunt Liz
zies house
It was on a bright moonlight night
in the month of December Viola had
retired early and was dozing Into a
s slumber when there was a tap uponfi
her window Igtantly she was awake
She listened a few minutes and pres
ently she heard a voice perfectly fa
miller telling her to arise and come
from the room She obeyed quickly
and stood In the presence of her uncle
MrBenBartelle who Informedher that
her father desired that she return
home at once There is Is no time
tor farewells said her uncle Leave
the babe for the present step Into the
buggy the greater portion of our jour
ney must bo traversed before day
light In an instant they were on
the road and the next afternoon at 3
ocloc ahe was received at her firth
ers palatial residence Her father
mother and sister Jennie were per
fectiy delated to have her again at
home and the yoUu pimple of the vl
cinlty who had been given to under
stand that Viola wan off on a long vis
it flocked in great numbers to sec
her One thins was very noticeable
Viola had but little to say and It was
frequently remarked that she looked
troubled J that something of a very
serious nature was bearing heavily
upon her mind
After he had been at home two or
three month she concluded to make a
confident of Mr Arthur St Clair who
was her fathers bookkeeper she haw
ing not yet seen or heard from Eugene
She told him the story of her life and
dg
where her son was located and was
horrified to learn that Mr Gifford dis
appeared from Midway about the same
eis
time she left home and that all efforts
to find him had proven futile The
shock was so unexpected that Viola
had to bo carried to her room and it
was some days before she again ap
peared among the home circle
One day she told Mr St Clair that she
had perfect confidence in Eugene and
de
believed that some day he would 1e
turn to her In the mentlrae said
shel want you to do me a favor
He consented and she handed him the
note that appeared earlier in this sto
ry with the request that he go at once
to the home of Aunt Lizzie Sharp
in Adair county Ky and deliver it to
the old lady The trip was made as
the reader has already been informed
For twelve years Mr St Clair made
regular visits to see the boy but never
re
revealed to any person that they1 were
made at the request of the child s
mother After Walter was old enough
to attend school KrSt Clair would
meet hint upon the highway engage
him in conversation and when they
would separate he Invariably gave him
a purse of money telling him to use
It Judiciously and tell no one how he
Itose
During the years these trips were
being made by Mr St Clair Jennie
Bartelle traa married to Mr Victor
eDewby who resided near Corinth
Miss He was a wealthy planter and
rst1etten received irequently stated that
they bad a happy home and were en
joying life splendidly One flay after
a letter case from Jensle stating
how supremely happy ibe was Viola
addresslBg her father saW Well I
leaai root biRr but OB the contrary I
sat Blsetftbtei asi will sever be con
theteatei agtllay bwbaud te foHBd and
saeSid
TO ralt OOXTDIUKD
Joe W FkUWr of Boar flan
oa r sndYlee Aat H IIs tail ten
oE M eirifMMry slopedfro Paris
Tfc rtiky iaA w w worried in
Tottiatillle
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FROn ILLINOIS
ILLINOISI
OPDYKE ILL Dec 29 1899 1r
Editor lITewsAs the year of i JI
has come to a close and its jOq 1
and sorrows have been felt byu s
all we extend our kindest regards
to the News force and its readers
Christmas had its enjoyments and
phattractions
It is with much pleasure we read
the News and wo sire glad to see
such interest manifested in the
general improvement of all kinds
of business in Adair
Southern Illinois is attracting
considerable attention scarcely do
we come to the close of each week
that does not shov some real estate
deal Northern and Central IJlim
nois have made various kinds of
landse
There are good reasons why such
deals are made Our climate is uo tVA I
so severe in winter our lands are
about one half the cost of lands i n
the north Various kind of stockI
raising is more profitable and calie
be raised much cheaper We hawre
good schools and our school fundI
is very high Our roads aro very 1
fine in the full for driving but atI
this time they are heavy with mud
Mother earth is now covered in
snow and the thorcmometer Regis
ters 10 degrees below zero but fu
el of all kinds is plentiful coal
can be bought at 5c to Tc per
bushel wood 150 and 200 per
c taord
well as prairie farms Quo aH
oule d 1
be cool and pleasant but euch is
not the case I think some tim s
the prairie is like unto a largo OVMr
1
en
We are glad to see such favora
ble indications in Adair for get
ting a railroad for it would im
prove the county and make Co
lurnbia0no of the best towns in
the State We would then be
proud iudeei tasee Mayor Pagefr
presiding over the hustiiug ttlet
city of Columbia rDA
ColumbiaDANIEL
DANIEL W STONE C
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Most iu quantity lest in qua1lf3J a
Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron is a t
tonic a blood purifier and a blood ma 1
ker It does not stop with merely
strufuia
sores abcesses etcbut cleanses and
fbuilds
builds up the whole system All who
I
have tried it say there is more cure in
nd
one bottle of Morleys Sursaparilla and
Iron than in six of any other kind
Sold by IV M Bell Joppa Ky t
The City Council of Winchester
baa authorized the opening of saM w
loons The license for retailers is P
825 and for dealers who sell not
less than one quart 500 per an
num On the evening of tho pas oj
sage of the ordinance four retail D
licenses were granted
c
Neuralgia Banishedw
There is no more severe or stubborn
pain than neuralgia A remedy that
will cure it will cure any pain Dr G a
S Savers dentist Louisville Ky n
says My wife suffered over two years
from very severe neuralgia which seY
1
eral physicians failed to relieve I thed
got Morleys Wonderful Eight which
relieved her in five minutes and soon
effected a permanent cure Free trl alwho
bottles at W M Bells Joppa Ky c
b
Mrs Margaret Elsher an old
resident o f Covington dropped
dead during the services at St
Patricks church She was kn 1ter
1
ing in prayer during the mass
atll
when she suddenly fell forward ll
her face and expiredB
roBrave Men Fall I
Victims to stomach llverand kidney
tortroubles as well as women and all feel
the results in loss of appetite poisons
in the blood backache nervousness h
atheadache and tired llsslcss rundown
feeling But theres no need to feel 0
tarlike that J W Gardner of Jdaville t 1
Ind fists Electric Bitters are just
the thing fur a man when he dontI
gaveI me C
new strength and a good appetiteS
can now eat anything and have a new 1
lease on UCeOQly 50 cents strT E t c
Paulls drug store livery bottle guar
an teed i
The celebrated Piiiicle Hock
which9verh ng Cumberland Crap
and Rae a noted uttrahpecti i i
fall from iba loft j JwigkUaft w H k t
4etroying tloaaWerable property I
J
ff r
I n
17 slag a Great Iran on Chamber
luis 09ushRcmedyJ
L rnger Martin of the Pierson drug
1sr e m rmsusthat he Is having a
Coughs
In rlyr stop the cough heal up the
IIItJI hr at and lungs and give relief t
wiihiu u very short time The sales a
are growing and all who try it are I
pleased with Us prompt action South e
itspromptactionSouthLIrragu
Clirago Dally Calumet For sale byc
ji Cravens t
tI
eJu Clay ClliutY Pleasant Fisher tl
shot and killed 11S brother Alext
the result of a discussion of feud
al troubles Both men belonged n
to the Philpot faction lof
WeIt
ly in every state In the Union and Inc
many foreign countries that Chamber t
loins Cough Remedy is a certain pre h
venttiveand cure for croup It has n
become the universal remedy for that °
disease M V Fisher of Liberty Wfit
Va only redeats what has been saidt1
around the globe when he writes Ieve
even
dy in my family for several years and ti
always with perfect success We be In
lie ve that it is not only the best cough p
ford
croup It has saved the lives of ourt
wily
This remedy is for sale by M Cravens
Nick Greggs committed suicide JJ
at a Christmas party atHitesville
standing before a mirror and fir
ing a bullet into his heart
D
A young man came into our storef
yesterday suffering from a severe at n
tack of cramp colic writes B Je
Hess miller and general merchantarr
dickeys Mountain Pa uHe had tried 0
various home remedies without relief 1J
As I had used Chamberins Colic Chol b
era and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him CIa
adose and it soon brought him out al I
right I never saw a fellow so rejoicfre
ed Sold by M Craven
1
In a feud fight at the mouthof dis
Hector creek Clay county Eli ke
Bowling was shot and killed DavetJ
Bowling was wouudedp
pu
I want to let the people who suffer Is
from rheumatism and sciatica know tI
The
me and after a number of other medi It
cines and a doctor had failed It lathe lib
best liniment I have ever known of
A DODOEX Alphretta Ga Thous s at
ands have been cured of rheumatism
una
by this remedy One application rasl
lieves the pain For sale by UJ
M CRA YENS
Jim Overby a Caldwell countyT
farmer died as the result of drink
ing alcohol
Another detatchmont of Mor
4nother ba
mon elders has been sent to Ken bape
tucky to beat up recruitsfro
William Baldwin aged nineteen h
was drowned in a pond near New ca
port while skatingtc
Sl
Broadway Baptist church Louis
ville has decided to use individu tal
al communion copstl
paIna
county John Ball and Will Strong
were perhaps fatally injuredb
ban
J Lewis Booker an insurancctt
tt
agent committed suicide at Rich
mond by drinking carbolic acid
While loading a shotgun Chas
tlYocum
dentally shot and killed his wife bb
be
sign
who disagreed with her husband
committed suicide by taking car
bolic acid W
Sel Devore a wellknown citizen
Mj1t
ler a negro who had stepped on kJ
A
his foot
he
ow
Ed
B IBLE TEXT ON AN ELEVATOR he
t
Kansas Grain Merchant Proves Tils ac
Belief IB a Positive aid It
Living Gospel OW
lN 11
lThe people of Lebanon Iran and pas cl
Singers of the Hock Island railroad tf
hare been given a practical Illustration at
of the proclaiming of Gods rord from W
the housetops The big grain elevator ab
elwned by E D Iloyde a devout Free ab
MethodlEthas b decorated by a sign in
painted with thIs Bible quotation sp
stEternity in helL He lifted up hiseJ
eyes being In torment Heft not de a
eelvedOcd Is not mocked Heaven six
and earth shall pan away but My words ta
shall not pass away Fear God andrl
keep His Cbramandffients For the Boa
of Man f s come to seek and to lave that
which was lost
t
These texts are In bright letters andIe
left
may be read for miles over the level iei
plains
JDlr
oltlzess of LebBoHrisa weatw of theta
town coancll I and premlBeBt IB chuck y ta
kill teiaperance work He says a pealan
tire aoepef tens sad hebclkvfs Ja lsv8
semiBSitlsg tI t every gosell le way 0
pi
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DISTRICT SERVANT GIRL
Aa Invention of the Household E4te
numb Aasoclntlon TbBt PllUv
a LoBffFelt Want
WantL
The American district servant girl in
vented by the Household Economic
association has gone into triumphant
effect at New York city She reported
at the only d Istrict office which has been
established at 1772 Broadway to await
calls The first days business showed
the plan to be sncpess Everyone con
nectha ted with tEe association regretted 5
that the American district servant girl
was not invented before
Many servant girls registered their L
names at the office and soon were run I
nin g about town to do work at the theiri
of 20 cents an hour u
The first call was from a family in g
West Sixtyeighth street Their cook
had resigned in a rage and anAmerf ggx
can district servant girl was summoned
to cook the breakfast She did the work
in three hours collected CO cents and l
returned to the office delighted with m
withthe
the 0Dnder
Under this scheme e get the bene7i
fit of a variety of places she said and xjx
the pay Is excellent We have our
evenings to ourselves and we dont have v
to eat in the houses where we work bat w
tak e our own meals in restaurants or fr
our own homes ordering what we f
please
It is believed that the new posslblll g
ties with the Improved compensation 35
will tempt many girls from factory life 3
DEAD LETTER LIBRARY
LIBRARYE
Book 7K
Formerly Sold Are Non 8e w
l cted and Saved by the Librarian i
After Being Kept Two Year 7K
dePartment
ment at Washington have been moved
from the old building on F street to the
new post office on Pennsylvania avenue
except the dead letter
library It re
quires more room than has yet been
arranged for This library is the result
of thecarelessness of people insending
literature through the mails The
Thebooks
books were formerly sold for a few
Wcents
They seldom brought more than tnripair
cents a volume while they were not Inp a
frequently worth several dollars Inor
1887 Postmaster General Vllas passed an We
act requiring the books to be put at the tires
disposal of a librarian after having been bo
kept the two years required by law tal
that the choicest might be selected for
post office library Prior to 1887 theNe
Nepurchase
a valuable book formed an
bookIs
the nucleus around which the rest of
ofrho G
the post office library seemed to form J
This Is the original journal of Hugh Fin
FInley
17731774 It was bought from the Astor
library In 1869 for 2 01t was displayed 523
the centennial In Philadelphia In a
specially constructed case It Is kept
under lock and key and is shown to
strangers as one of the greatest trans
ures of the post officeW
KENTUCKYS TARS
They Serenade Crowds on Drooklra
Bridge aa the DIg Battleship
Paiaei Oat to Sea
SeaG
Far up in the military masts of the
battleship Kentucky two jacldeaH
perched and sang a midnight serenade I
the ship swung down East river
from the navy yard the other night on Good
her way to TompkinsHlutal
talOn
sbcars
cars had come to a standstill owing
an accident and hundreds of pas
sengers alighted and peering through G
the guard rails saw the oncoming bat
tleship and many observed that her
tall military masts reached nearly to
the flooring of the bridge They did
not know her name however and a
passenger put his hands to his mouth Z1
and shouted in sailor fll5l11onCOI
COI
COIShipahoy
Scarcely had the cry been given when E
back came the reply store
Ahoymy hearties Were the Ken
tucky seaward bound andTlti
She was bred in old Kentucky
Where the meadow grass Is blue
Theres the sunshine of the country
countryIn
In her face and manner too
The crowd listened a moment andn
then gavo wild cheers The Kentucky
passed quickly beneath the bridge but ALL
tho clear voices of the Jackles could
heard until the battle ship was lost
sight of far docn streamTU
THE
KITES FOR WAR SIGNALS
William A Eddy After Bxperlraeat
IDS Believe He Has Arrived
at Satisfactory Results
While pursuing his experiments in M
kite flying at Bayonne N J William
Eddy has arrived at a result which
believes can be made serviceable in
war signaling aloft According to Mr 1
Eddy in his latest experiment in which sold
sent aloft electric light drawn from and
the surrounding atmosphere he has J
RuIt
was at Bayonne that the experiment
was conducted At 740 oclock a
steady electric light emanating from a NE
clear sky and without a battery fric 1
tion machine or dynamo began to glow
the earth and five minutes later it
Itabout
about 400 feet where it remained for
about half an hour It was then hauled
for the of the
purpose changing
Ipark gstp Thlssparkingapparataaop Be
crated by Mr Eddy wassuspended from
ssteel wire sustained aloft by one kite
Ttacbeddl
tached directly to the kite which car
d it upward without other cable or
tying Une
A Begaeit to Harvard
Dr Calvin S Ellis who died in 1883 1
t tIQ6 toP 1Y flu tuition sad room
rest of any of his descendant who <
Ejlght elect to go to Harvard The e ch
gttlitj of ibis bequest has Just been es and
tabUsbed after a t IByears contest
Meanwhile several ct f Ellis descesd
ants have bees graduated from Har OFt
tars and there are new aoe felt to I
pII tbyttheewill
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r M H MARCUM
SWflNfi RBPRBSEHTINO IUlM fiAT 62
LOUISVILLE KY
Our line of Hats Gloves and
Umbrellas now ready for Spring
1899 Dont fail to see It Our
OurStraw
surpasses
anything on the road We guar I
antee to please
STYLE flND PRICES CORRECT
We solicit your trade and guar
antes good goods honestly repre
i
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G4G
FRANK JACKMAN
E JEWELER
COLUMBIA KY
Guarantees in Satisfaction tmiiniiin1nV In flll Work i
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
S1LERBought
Bought At Market Prices
Sewing lIaeJlln Mater
E lal Always On Hand
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iii iLmi
mliml J B1o
f Blacksmiths +
AND
Woodworkers
Columbia Ky
We are prepared to do all kinds of
woiKinourline and if you need re
Buggiesor
Farm Implements
remember us
buggytires
rims spokes and all kinds of
bolts Our prices are right and ads
faction guaranteed Give us a call
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5lic 9osfers 3otcf
MEALS 25c
W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY
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Wilmore Hotel
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Gradyville Kentucky
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than at the ahrivnrl named Imfol
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