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PERSONAL MENTION
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Mr James M Russell was in Leba
non Monday
Mr Marvin Young of Cumberland
county is in town
Miss Minnie Kemp Is visiting rela
tives in Bradfordsville
Mr Hill is visiting relatives v at
Cloyds Landing
Messrs H N and ELSmy the leftI
for Kansas City Mo Monday I
Prof A H Ballard and wife haveI
taken rooms at the Hancock Hotel
Prof N W Miller and wife BradI
fordville are visiting in this county
Mrs Mattie Baker of Alvarado
Texas is visiting relatives In Colum
bia
Messrs Robt Merkley and Charles
Clark Campbellsville were here Sat
urday
urdayMr d
Mr J H Mercer and his two sons
Mesquite Tex are visiting relatives
in Adair county
Master Reed Sampson Middlesbor
ough is visiting Masters Tim and Ed
win Cravens
Mr W T Grant and wife of Louis
vine are visiting the family of Mr
Lewis Triplett t
Dr James Triplett and his little
daughter Mary came over from Camp
bellsville Saturday night
1lIr Jo Russell and wife and Mr Jo
Russell Jr Louisville reached Co
lumbia a few days ago
Miss Octavia Reed who has been
teaching a Mission School at Harlan
Court House Ky isspending vacation
at home
homeJudge
Judge James Garnett Messrs M
Cravens and James Garnett Jr will
attend the Democratic Convention
which convenes in Louisville tomor
row
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LOCAL JOTTINGS
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Circuit court commences at James
town next Monday
Some wheat in the county will be
cut iu the next few days
Rev Geo II Burton will preach at
church next Sunday
the Baptist l
There was a good tide in Cumber
land river last weekboats running
Rev Dews lecture is for the benefit
of the young mens library Do not
fall to hear it
Messrs A Hunn and n K Young h
left for Danville Monday with a large
drove of cattle
It is said the river banks are lined
with staves from the mouth of Greasy
Creek to Creelsboro
The party who has my vetinary
forceps had better return them at once
J W COFKKY
Rev Barnetts appointment at Zion
was filled by Rev Geo II Burton last
Sunday
No one should fail to attend Revs
Dews lecture at the Baptist church
Tuesday evening the 19th inst
Ycu can buy the best SISAL BIN
DER TWINE at 131 cents per pound
from Wm Jeffries Son
Lost in Columbia A fountain pen
last Monday The finder will please
return to Dr J H Grady
To those owing me either by note or
account please call at the Bank of Co
lumbia for settlement CM Breeding
Mrs Mary T Harvey will open the
Cane Valley district school the 9th of
July She will be assisted by her 1
daughter Miss May Harvey
When you visit Louisville stop atI
the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass
a fare and well located corner of 7th and
Market Streets ly
The bath cabinent sold by J A Sal
man is giving general satisfaction
Persons who arc i n delicate health
should not fail to secure one
I have a DeerIng Mower and Steel
rake for sale good as new and extrme
ly low in prIcecause for selliufino
grass Bud Triplett Columbia Ky
LosTa large blue album contain
ing several pictures I will reward the
finder Leave at NEWS office
officeW
WH WADE
WADEr
LOST A silver watch near the res
Idense of Bob Rice The finder will
leave it at the News office and recieve
a dollar
W J Winfrey
Messrs Jo H Smith Honey Grove I
Texas J M Frazer Sherman Illinois
N B Miller Nevada Mo favored us
with subscriptions this week
Miss Bettie Lewis the dramatic
teacher and her class says the Louis
vile Times gave a very creditable en
tertainment at the Temple theater
last Wednesday evening
The Mlddlesborough News says Miss
Lula Belle Calllson entertained
at dinner last Saturday the Senior
Class and Faculty of the University
School at the home of her parents on
Edge wood Road
lam now selling at cost for cas h
t a entire stock ror Dry goods Grocer
ies Hardware c owned by ci
Warriner J Allen Pile assignee
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Dr W C Roberts President of Cen
ter College Danville will preach at
the Presbyterian church in this city
Wednesday evening the 20th inst
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Mr S T Hughes to Miss Su
sie Kate Murrell on Tuesday the 19th
Inst The ceremony will be perform
ed at the residence of the Intended
brides home
Mr J S Dunbar Nashville Tenn
and Mr Silas Dunbar have formed a
partnership with Mr R Dunbar whoI
has been a merchant at the mouth of
Greasy Creek Russell county for ma I
ny years
pearsThe
The ordinance of Baptism was ad
ministered last Monday morning by
Rev E W Barnett to the following
persons Mrs A D Patteson JMrs
Henry Fulks Mrs Crumpton and
Misses Lillie Judd and Lizzie Bennett
Rev L S Scott the colored Metho
dist preacher in charge here address
ed a very large crowd of his people at
the Russell Springs last Sunday His
subject was Take the Cows and leave
the Calves Behind
The King Mantel Company 224
West Jefferson St Louisville sell the
best and cheapest mantels In the city <
They represent three of the best fac
tories and manufacturer much of their
stock 523m
The Misses Conover daughters of
Mr Robt Conover living a few miles
out of town handsomely entertained
Mr Sam Nat Hancock and Miss Dell
Mitchell Mr S F White and Miss
Lena Todd last Saturday evening
Rev J H Dew who assisted the
pastor in a two weeks meeting at the
Baptist church will deliver a lecture
in this place Tuesday evening June
19th Subject Make the Heel Shine
or from Heel to Toe
Garnett Garnett have just had one
of their oflicc rooms nicely papered and
varnished giving it a very inviting ap
pearance It will be used as a consul
tation room the office proper being in
the first enterance apartment from
the street
I wish to say at the request of some
of my friends I will preach on Sunday
night the 17th inst on To Many
People for God Tuesday night fol
lowing I will preach on the subject
Bees Wax Music will be rendered
by Prof Rice and others L S Scott
Mr FlaveTaylor a native of Greens
burg who has been an agent for the
Louisville C Nashville at Middiesbor
ough is at present out of a job He
has been succeeded in theoffice by Mr
T H Brownlee who was transferred
from Pennington Gap Va
A party of young ladies and gentle
men of this city chaperoned by Mes
dames W A Coffey James Garnett
Jr and A D Patteson will visit the
Griffin Springs this Wednesday after
noon and will partake of a twilight
meal upon the cliff overlooking the
classic waters of Green river
Fire broke out in Risens drug store 4
in Summersville Green county at 2
oclock last Tuesday morning and con
sumed same together with Dr J M
Williams dwelling the store and
dwelling house of E V Elmore Ri
sen had 81000 insurance no insurance
on the other property =
For SaleMy home place containing
22 acres good dwelling outbuildings
etc It is in the vicinity of Cane Val
ley Also 50 acres of land one and a
half miles cast of Cane ValleyCDOHOXEY
CDOHOXEY
Cane Valley Ky
A great deal of wheat will be cut in
Adair county this week While there
are some complaint of the ravage of
the fly the crop throughout the county
will be much larger than usual Mr
W F Jeffries who is handling bind
ers sold nine last week and one this
week which indicates the crop Is large
Miss Mattie Taylor of this city a
young lady of rare musical talent and
a very popular young lady will enter
the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
the first of July for the remainder of
the summer She will be met in Cin
cinnati by a daughter of Mr Chesley
Taylor of Elkhart Ill who will also
enter the Conservatory
Do not forget the meeting to be held
at the courthouse Wednesday of next
week the 20th Dr Roberts Presi
dent or Center College and Dr Mc
Donald State Evangelist will be hereto
to tell the people what can be done by
the church towards the endowment of
the school Every friend of education
In the county should be present
Letters from Elds Z T Williams +
and J W McGarvey state that thew
will leave the Orient about the 20th of
this month and will reach Columbia
the firstof July Some weeks ago they
expected to arrive home by the middle
of June but having concluded to visit
several important places in Scotland +
they wlll be detained some days longer
than was first cotemplated
The meeting at the Baptist church
closed last Sunday night During the
series several connected themselves
by letter also three or four by profes
sion of faith Rev Dew who did the
preaching was very much liked and
large congregations heard him Her
left Monday morning for Greensburg +
having an appointment at night to de
liver his leoture Make the Heel
Shine or From Heel to Toe This
1lecture is highly spoken of by those
who have heard it and our people
would be glad to have Mr Dew favor
Columbia with an apppintment at an
early day
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Wholesale Stealing
For some time farmers living three
miles south of town have been missing
corn and from developments Friday
night last there is no telling how
much has been stolen For the past
two weeks Mr Anderson Holladays
crib was being emptied a little too
quick to suit him and he concluded
upon a plan to find the whys and
wherefores for the disappearance of
his corn Accordingly Friday night
his son Ad who is abouttwenty years
old stationed himself gun in hand a
short distance from the crib and await
ed developments It was but a short
time until three or four negroes with
a wagon and team appeared upon the
scene and at once commenced to load
the wagon Young Holladay watched
a few minutes then fired upon the
squad when every man took to his
heels leaving the team which was
recognized as the property of Brown
Epperson Next morning blood wasI
noticed about the crib and in a short
time thereafter it leaked out that I
Tom Willis was lying at his home
badly wounded The shooting of Tom
fastened all the guilty parties and
Brown Epperson Chas and TaltBrad
shaw were arrested and lodged in jail
The wounded man could not be remov
ed but will be brought in later
Abont nine hundred pounds of corn
had been carried to the wagon when
the shot was fired Other farmers in
the neighborhood have been suffering
from like depredations and there IsnoI
way to estimate the amount of corn I
that has been stolen by this band of
thieves All the parties will evident
ly be given a trip up the road
Mr Nat Gaither who was a I
grandson of Dr Nathan Gaither who
died in Columbia many years ago vis
ited his old friends in this community
last week he having resided here in I
his early manhood He is now a prom
inent business man of Hopkinsville
where he located soon after the close
of the war between the States Our
people regretted that he could not re
main with them but two days as he
was remembered as a very excellent
young man Mr Gaither served in
the Confederate army aud was one of
the gallant soldiers who went out from
Adair county During his stay here I
he related to us this incident that oc t
curred during the war In 18C2 he was I
passing through Wayne county with
his regiment His horse had given
out and he was compelled to secure an
other one He had an acquaintance in
the county Mr James Jones with 1
whose son Nat had been in college
here and it was to him Mr Gaither
told his troubles Mr Jones informed
him that he did not have a horse to
spare but that his daughter owned 1
one that he would sell All right
said Nat bring it out The price
agreed upon was 8150 but Mr Gaither
had only Confederate money and Mr
Jones could not use it Buthe wanted
Nat to have the animal and remarked
I will take your note for the amount
Toe note was executed and in 1871
after Mr Gaither had been elected
Circuit Court Clerk of Christian coun
ty the promise to pay was sent him
and a check was immediately forward
ed for principal and interest
The State Board of Education hasI
directed that all persons holding li I
cense to teach must take an examina
tion in American litature Tbis is in
accordance with an act of the last
legislature which made provisions for
the teaching of the branch Ameri
can literature in common schools An
other law provides that when new
subjects are taught teachers must
take an examination on these subjects
There are a large number of teachers
over the State holding what are term
ed exemption license These are ob
tained after teaching a certain num
ber of years if the teacher holds a di
ploma from the State Normal College
or has passed a certain examination
which is intended to show the quallfi
cations of a graduate of the State Nor
mal All of these will have to report
now for examination in American lit
erature on questions submitted by the
State Board
The State Board of Equalization in
session at Frankfort last week notifi
ed the County Judge and County At
torney of Adair that the realty of the
county would be raised 7 per cent on
the one hundred dollars unless they
could be convinced that such action
should not be taken In behalf of the
property holders of the county Judge
Butler and County Attorney Garnett
te
went to Frankfort and satisfied the
Board that the wealth of Adair county
had been properly listed and no raise
was made Seven per cent on a mill
ion and a quarter dollars would be
quite a sum and as it has been saved
to the county the credit is due Judge
Butler and County Attorney Garnett
G M Workman Deputy Elisor of
Green county was accidentally shot
and killed last Friday on Brush creek
J B Marshall Elisor qnd Mr Work
man here together Workman dis
mounted from his horse and was stoop
ing over to get a drink from a spring
on the roadside when a pistol dropped
from his pocket and was discharged
taking effect in his neck He lived
only a few moments Mr Workman
has acted Deputy Elisor for several
years and was a prompt and efficient
officer and no better man could be
found In Green county He leaves a
wife and four children
The little six year old daughter of
Mr T H Coffeyof Montpeller will be
in Columbia Thursday and will sing at
the Methodist prayer meeting that
night This little girl Is a musical
prodigy and her vocal powers arc said
to be quite remarkable All who hear
her are loud in their expresslonsof
praise and wonder Every one should
hear her who can
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DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Pursuant to a call the Democrats of
Adair county met at the courthouse
last Saturday afternoon the object be
ing to select delegates to the State
Convention which meets in Louisville
tomorrow to name delegates to the
national convention
The meeting was called to order by
C S Harris Chairman of the County
Committee Col E Butler was elect
ed permanent Chairman and J E
Murrell Secretary
On motion C S Harris P H Bridg
water C V McWhorter Josh Butler
and J A Stotts were appointed on
resolutions and after making their re
port the following were unanimously
adopted and the convention adjourn
ed
We the Democrats of Adair county
in Convention assembled for the pur
pose of selecting delegates to attend
our State convention in the city of
Louisville on June 14th which will
select delegates to attend our Nation
al Convention to be held in Kansas
City July 4th do hereby approve of
the call for this convention In order
that the 7 votes of Adair county may
be cast in the support of W J Bryan
and the great principles for which he
has so nobly and heroically defended
for the last few years therefore be it
Resolved That we send as dele
gates to our State convention the fol
lowing named gentlemen from this
county and all Democrats who will
support the nominee of our National
ConventlonJ W Thompson Al
Thomas W M Wilmore H C Walk
er Dr G T Simpson Samel Myres
J O McClister James Frankum Jno
Chapman Dr Tink Miller Horace
Jeffries Jeff Epperson Chas Bryant
J B Abrell W P Dunbar G E
Walker Jno Campbell R M Tucker
C V McWhorter A H Judd M O
Willis Robt Feese J W Murray L
F Montgomery Eollin Hurt James
Garnett Jr N M Tutt W C Mur
rell Anderson Morgan Thos Fletch
er M Cravens A Loy A Damron S
H Mitchell Judge J W Butler
2 That we endorse the last Nation
Demociatic platform in its entirety
3 That we indorse WJ Bryan for
President and instruct the above nam
ed delegates to cast the votes of this
county as will best serve the purpose
of securing his nomination
4 That the 7 votes of this county
shall be cast for the Hon M H Rho
rer as delegate to the National Con
vention from this district and furthrr
that said votes shall be cast for Hon
Lewis McQuown and Hon James B
McQueary Judges Jos H Lewis and
J D Black as delegates from the State
at large to the Kansas City Conven
tion This June 9th 1900
EJ BUTLER Chairman
J E MUKRELI Secy
The Gospel of Sunshine
The series of meetings at the Bap
tist church closed last Sunday with
three sermons during the day Large
congregations heard Mr Dew through
out and much good has been ac
complished The Church has been
greatly revived and six or seven more
names added to its membership
Sunday forenoon Mr Dew preached
what many consider his best sermon
during the series His subject was
The Gospel of Sunshine He occu
pied one hour the assembly glvinghim
the closest attention His text was 1st
Samuel 2316 He said in part
Every Christian has a work to do
As Jonathan strengthened David so we
should strengthen each other I be
lieve in the Gospel of SunshineIn the
gospel of helpfulness Let us bring
joy and gladness and sunshine into
the lives of our fellows while they live
Many keep the flowers until their
friends die Dead men cant scent
roses Do not keep the Alabaster box
es of your love and tenderness sealed
up until your friends arc dead
No no If you have but a word of
cheer
Speak it while I am alive to hear
Whatsoever you have to do for
your fellow man do it now Dont
wait until he is dead and then talk
about what you ought to have done
Dead opportunities have no resUrrec
tion This is your opportunity to
make the world better Will you use
it for God and humanity An old
preaoher said I shall pass through
this world but once thercfcorc want
to do all the good I can There is an
old Arab proverb which reads Be
ware how thou dealest with God or thy
brother for thou shalt never meet him
at the same crossing of ways again I
Jonathans visit was a little thing
from his standpoint yet how it helped
David Despise net the day of small
things The sunshine composed of
single rays and the rain falls out of the
whate a
mighty result their combinations pro
duce We all need help Wo all crave
sympathy If you cant do what some
one else might then do the best you
can The sin of many Christians is
the sin of waiting for some one else to
do what they ought to have done Let
me tell you a secret today The world
is dying for kindness Mans Inhu
manity to man makes countless millions
mourn
mourn1The
The human heart craves sympathy +
it yearns for love
How are we to reach the lost sin
ning world and bring it to Jesus I
answer by the sympathy by love
Strive to make the world better
Strive to make life a nobler divine
thingt
He spoke of several conversions
brought about by kindness including
the reformation of John B Goff the
noted temperance lecturer and Chris
tian worker
Andrew Jones and Mrs Lizzie Hun
ter colored were Harried byEIdvJno
Grady Moeday eveaiag It was a quiet
lair
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Preaching at the following places by
the following named preachers next
SundaySolomon Turpin Plumb
point Tobias Huffaker Pleasant Hill
Geo H Burton this city J S Kit
gore Cane Valley W S Dudgeon
Pikes School house Lawrence Will
lams Salem T L Hulse Elroy W
H C Sandidge Union T F Walton
Ebenezer J M Pierce Pleasant
View W B Cave Mt Gilead
Miss Alice Mudd Greensburg who
seemingly spent a very pleasant week
in Columbia during the Baptist meet
ing will always be kindly remembered
by the church going people of this
community for the many beautiful
and touching solos rendered She was
a great help to the meeting Many
loving stories are told in song and
when the sentiment is wafted in a clear
cultivated voice the words go right to
the hearts of the sinful men
They Are Very Pleasant
Smokers attention He has come at
last The Never Down Log Run and
Keystone cigar Its made of cabbage
leaves and rotten stock bad flavor If
you dont believe it try one and you
will like it Ask your merchant font
Manufactured by S L Howicir Som
erset Ky
QRADYVILLE
Wheat is about ready to harvest
Mr Lucky special pensioner exam
iner has been with us for a few days
Misses Walker and Wilmore spent a
delightful evening last week with
Miss Annie Bradshaw
Mr Ed Atkins the popular grocery
man wan here last week
Mr Bryan the wellknown Edmon
monton merchant was the guest of
the Wilmore house last week
Mr Jo Smith Honey Grove Texas
is visiting his relatives in this commu
nity
Rev Hulse and family are visiting
relatives in Cumberland county
N H Mercer Milltown was in our
town one day last week and reports
every thing moving along nicely in his
section Mr Mercer says that his
prospects for a crop of wheat was nev
er better
betterMr
Mr Morgan one of the best farmers
of the Cumberland River section was
in our community last week prospect
ing with the view of buying a farm
near this place We would be pleased
to have Mr Morgan locate with us
Leslie Allen and Fred Robertson of
Columbia were in our town last week
Mr H C Walker was at Breeding
one day last week
Mr J B Yates Nashville Tenn is
by the bedside of his mother who is
very sick at this time
Mr Cary Elliot of Holden Missou
ri is visiting his many friends and rel
atives at this place
P H Davis and wife of Portland
were visiting sick of this communi
ty last week
Rev G P Dillon will fill the ap
pointment of Rev Hulse at this place
next Sunday
Jesse Coomer one of our oldest citi
zens died on the Gth with complica
tion of diseases
Mrs S D Caldwell Portland spent
a day or so visiting the sick and rela
tives in our community last week
Mrs W L Walker and grand augh
ter of Nell spent a few days in our
community last week
Mrs Kizzie Murrell of Columbia
was visiting in our midst last week
Mr John Beauchamp of Edmonton
was in our town last Saturday pros
pecting for a business location
Some OIe entered the tobacco fac
tory of J D Walker one night last
week and sampled his stock
Mr J A Didilc Isbuying carload
of lambs to ship for the June market
Mr J A Wheeler bought last week
of John Roach one young saddle horse
price 45
Walker Tandy spent a day or so
this week in Me teal fe county looking
after sheep and cattle
Mr Grinstcad and wife and little
daughter of Lexington were in our
midst last week
Smith Nell bought last week of
Bell S Patton 28 sheep and calves for
8120 They sold J F C M Medaris
as
one cow for 920 W W Lyons two cows
for 53 Tom Hughes one cow and calf
for 326Bridgewaters S Hardesty of
Lebanon 170 sheep for 500 They also
have some good cows and calves and a
lot of one and two year old steers and
dy
12 mules from 1 to7 years old that they
will sell at reasonable prices
BREEINDOu
Hellman Breeding was in Burksvillc
Saturday
Mr Curtis Patterson of Texas is
visiting at this place
Holland Simpson returned from i
Nashville lost week where he has been
attending the University of Nashville
sor the past ten months
Mr Henry Walker Gradyvllle w
in our midst last week
I Miss Emma Phelps and brother
I Bobtert of Amandavllle were in town
Tuesday
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much promise spent Sunday night at
Breedings
Mrs J W Williams bas been on the
sick list for several weeks
Rev G P Dillon who has been
teaching at Grady ville tor the pastteik
i Motbs is Kite wagaia for a fcw days
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only He has been appointed to take I
charge of the Albany circuit and will
leave for that place next week Mr
Dillon Is a splendid young man and a
good churchworker While his many
friends are loathe to give him up their
best wishes for his success may attend
himMessrs
Messrs K Turk and John Young
two of Cumberlands prosperous far
mers stopped with us one day last
week on their way to visit relatives
near Columbia
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Rev G B Breeding and wife and R
P Breeding and wife attended Dis
trict Conference at Esto Russell coun 1
ty last week I
Mrs J W Simpson isspending a few
days with her sister at Sparksville
Mr and Mrs J M Traylor are visit
ing the latters sister Mrs Jas Eng
lish on Crocus this week
Messrs Jo Hill Robt Grissom and
M H Marcum registered at the
Breeding Hotel last Wednesday
Messrs B K Young W B and C
C Cole wellknown stock traders of
Cumberland county passed through
this place Monday en route for the
blue grass
Mr R P Breeding visited his daugh
ter Mrs J R Shepherd in Nashville
last week Mrs G W Dillon accom
panied him and will remain some
weeks
R Y Simpson attended Clarks show
at Burksville Saturday
Holland Simpson was taken violently
ill last Monday evening but is now
covalescingEev
Rev G B Breeding and son Glover
are in Louisville and Cincinnati this
week for the purpose of investigating i
the lumber market Mr Breeding is
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lone of the best millmen cue county
affords and is at present engaged In
cutting a large lot of nice timber
Messrs Curtis Patterson Cprbett
Breeding and Ivan Patterson are
spending a few days on Cumberland
river fishing
KNIPLEY
Crops are looking well since the re
cent rains
Mr Buford Sherrill was Columbia
Wednesday
Mr Vervin Watson of Cane Valley
is visiting Mr Jas Pendleton at this
place
The Sunday school at this place is
progressing nicely
Mrs S L Williams and Verge Hoe
vious were in Columbia Monday
Miss Virgie Tupman sold her stock
millinery goods at this place and has
returned to her home near Columbia
She is greatly missed by her many
friends in this community
Born to the wife of Verge Hovius
the 2nd inst a ten pound girl
The social given at L R Chelf s was
largely attended and all present had
an enjoyable time
Mrs MargaretPendleton Dunnvllle
is visiting her sister Mrs Watson
Mr Tyler Coleman was here Thurs
day
Messrs T F Williams and L C
Pendleton were In Russell county Wed
nesday
Miss Rosa Humphrey Cane Valley
is visiting her sister Mrs S K Hum
phey ab this place
a Mr W O Russell w tS was here II
Wednesday ws
4 PR0CRAMM6 r
OJ TUE
Missionary and Sunday Sciiooi
convention i
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The t assell Cheek association Jt
TO CONVENE lTIIJ
Hawods pofk Chufeh J
July the 28th and 29th Nineteen HundredI
Saturday 10 a m
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1 Devotional exercisesW S Dudgeon
2 The needs and plans of the District BoardVVS In B ram and B
0 Durrett V
8 Our Mission Field its needs outlook and claims upon usE W
Barnett I K
4 Prayer and Hymn Anywhere With Jesus
5 How are we to meet the great spiritual dearth of oUf association =
T M Greenc
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G The Kingdom set up when where and by whom who were the
first in itA B Cree
Saturday Night
SermonE W Barnett
Sunday 9 a m
1 The ultimate object in Sunday school instruction and the steps to
its accomplishment M Green and W S Dudgeon
2 What is covetousness and how to treat itV T Jessee and B Y
Wilson
8 England
land
Missionary SermonT M Green A C Cree
PROGRfiMlt e
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MIssiOllaril ana sunanu t SGhOO
Fifth Sunday Meeting
OF THE
SOUTfl GUMBERLflND RIVER flSSOGIflJ
TO BE HELD WITH
Bethlehem Church Pulaski County Kentucky
July the 28th and 29th 1900
Saturday iO a m
1 DevotionalexercisesJ M Floyd
8 What interest ought we take in carrying out the commissionS
0 Jones and Jacob Mayfield
8 Who ought to support the preaching of the Gospel Wm S Tay
lor and W B Cave
4 Is there any scripture for appointing a committee to see an erring
brotherDF Epperson and J M P Floyd > V
5 Is the Lords Supper restricted J C Clemens and J J C ri
Sunday Moratag 9 a IB
1 Devotional exercises Wm H Collins Tk
2 Is it the duty of every church to have a Sunday school and muw
should attend C F Breeding and J W New 1
8 Ought not the members of the church to read the IOripture more
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4 SermonJacob Mayfieldr
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