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Mr WE Bradshaw of Burnside
is visiting his parents at Montpelier
y Mrs W A Willis of Louisville is
visiting her mother Mrs P W Do
honey j
honeyMr
Mr W F Hancock and wife Frank
fort are spending the week with home
peopleMessrs
Messrs Alfred and Chesley Jones of
Cincinnati are visiting their parents at
Montpelier
Miss Minnie Kemp who is teaching
at Elizabethtown is spending this week
with her parents
Miss Lillie Judd who is teaching int
Shelbyville Tenn reached home inC
time for the holidaysp
Mr Will Bradshaw of Georgetown
is spending the holidays with his home 1
people in Adair county
Mr J D Cook of Dallas Texas is
visiting his brother G W Cook and
friends in Adair county
Miss Annie Dixon will return to Co
lumbia this week to remain all Winter
with her aunt Mrs Bettie Bulter
Capt George Nell was in a critical
condition several days of last week but a
his condition hasgreatly improved p
o
Mr John T Harvey of Denver
Colorado in visiting his mother and sis
ter and his many friends in his old
home town
Mr W H Hill of Gradyville who h
las been traveling for several mopths h
I in Western Kentucky reached home F
last MondayIi f
m
Miss S R Marcum who is connected t
with an institution of learning at Rock
Hill S Ccame in to spend three days
with her mother
Messrs B F Chewning J N
White and Byron Moutgomery who C
are in the revenue service spent Christ d
mas day at homet
Rev Jt P Scruggs and wife Mid
way and Miss Tennie Garnett Jellico p
Tena > are here for the purpose of at t
tending the ReedJones wedding 4I
t MrC B Dohoney of Cane Valley s
returned from McKinney Texas last s
week He says money is plentiful inE
McKinney over two million dollars on
deposit in the local banks
Mr R Mont Feese wife and little
daughter Katherine arrived from
Somerset last Thursday night TheyJ
were accompanied by Mr FeeseMittle J
I sister Cary who has been visiting inC
1 Somerset since last August
Mrs C 11 Barnett was quite sick
last week but she has about recovered
Mr Barnett arrived from Evansville
if
I ada few days ago and will remain IiI
kere until about the first of the year 1
Mrs Barnett who has been visiting
relatives for the last six weeks will ac
company her husband on his return b
home o
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spending the holidays witliMrWilsons t
people Williamsburg Misses Kingt
Young and Drake are at their respective
p
I homes Louisville and Bowling GreenI
Prof Farris is at his home Salem Kv
They are all teachers in the Graded
School and will return in time to begin
work the 2nd of January
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Additional Locals II
AdditionalLocaIBoomer s
Boomer Heights is one part of Co
lumbia thst keeps forging to the frontj
Within the last three years there has
not been a week that failed to show IJ
some improvement Just now Mr
Marion Antle has completed a most I
t substantial dwelling and just beyond
him Mr W A Helm is erecting a large
r two story which will soon be com
pleted In fact the Heights has enter
prising citizens that are worth much to
Columbia
Watkins Company
r
I represent one of the best Companies
in the world 1 am on the Columbia
I square every Monday Call and see my
goods and get my prices
pricesJno J
1 Jno B rantI
The Christmas entertainment at Ta
bor church last Saturday night was
largely attended and each one on the
program did his or her part well Af
ter the programme which consisted of
music and recitations an immense
l Christmas tree was uncovered and was
loaded to its capacity with gifts for all
who live in the neighborhood The
Committee deserve much credit for
their faithful services Perfect order
prevailed and Santa Claus gracefully j
distributed the presents
FOXES WANTED 1
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W H C Sandidge Greerisburg i
F J Barger ShilohJ
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Z Tr Williams Roley
J R Crawford Unioni tA i I
G W Pangburn Picketts Chapel
J F Black Milltown I
J F Turner West Fork i J
W J Levi Greasey Creek I J
B M Currie Columbia <
T E Ennis Beech Grove I
W S Dudgeon Plum Point J
D H Howerton Columbia I
L F Payne Antioch
J F Roach Pierces chapel
W B Cave Russell Spring
For Sale
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I vyjll on the 4th day of January sell 1
to the highest bidder at the J KP 1
Conover place on Jamestown road the
pollowing property
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One pair of six year old horse mules
16 hands high c
One 4 year old horse S
One 3 year old filly
Two milk cows
One thoroughbred Herriford cow
One thoroughbred Beriford bull
Ffty fat hogs
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Two farm wagons
One buggy
All kinds of farming tools household
and kitchen furniture anda lot of
provender TeMps of sale made known
on day of sale
The sale will commence at 10 a m
Luther Conover
Roberts Bros Evangelists will be
here to hold a meeting in the court
house beginning the first Sunday in
February The date was first made
madeI
for the first ofjanuary but owing to a
meeting now in progress the time had I
to be changed
changedValuable
Valuable Lo for Sale
1 will sell at public auction at the
Courthouse door on Monday the 2nd
day of January 1911 the lot known as
the East Columbia public school Iqt
containing about onehalf acre This
property was purchased bYme from
the Master Commissioner last summer 1
It is a splendid business location Will
sell on six months credit with approved
flsell
security bond to bear 6 per cent inter
est from date of sale I
saleMrs Hattie Stapp
StappII
The Adair County Medical Society
will meet on Friday the 13th societYI
January with a full rogram It willi
be the annual election day Let all 1
come U L Taylor Sec
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A Correction iv dI
41t has been narrated over this and
idjoinfng countless that the Cumberland
Presbyterians were locked out of the
Mt Carmel Church on Saturday even
Ing before the third Sunday in Novem
ber We the undersigned members
of the Mt Carmel congregation do
certify that said report is false and
that it would be impossible to lock
them out when tneyl1 ave all the kys
that belong to the church in their
possession L
B F Biggs
f rBT B Biggst
V WH Russell I
tP S Monroe 11
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r W J Conover I
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r J W Banks
MrG P Smythe real estate agent
sold a few days ago the farm of Silas
E Denny known as the A I Hurt
farm to L Y Gabbert for 2600 It
lies on Pettisfork four miles from Co
lumbia 1 Possession will be given about
the first ofthe year
r Commissioners Sale
CUMBERLAND CIRCUIT COURT
KENTUCKY
W P Shipley Guardian to
Hattie Lawrence and Corbin
Lawrence Plff
vs
Lottie Lawrence and Corbin
Lawrence Deft
By virtue of a Judgment and Order
of Sale of the Cumberland Circuit
Court rendered at the November Term
1910 in the above cause I will offer
for sale by Public Auction at the Court
House door in BurkesviUe Ky on
Monday the 9th dayof January 1911
about 1 oclock p mupon a credit of
12 months the following described
property to wit
Being three tracts of land lying and
being situated in the counties of Rus
sell Cumberland and Adair and on the
waters of Sand Lick creek and being
the s mellndownedbySC LaM
rence at the time oi his death and for
further description and boundary ref
erence is hereby made to Civil Order
Book No 29 at pages 65 66 67 in the
office of the clerk of the CuniberTnd
Circuit Court >
The purchaser will be required to eic
ecute bond with approved security iin
medktely after the sale Tbu 12 4y
of November ttlO
1w Collins Master > m iwiB j
cr I Smith AtZ
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MARKETSI
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Latest Quotations on Live Stock
CATTLEI
Shipping steer J f f 475525
Beef steers 7 300500
Fat heifers and cows 3 004 50
Cutters < 2003 00
Canners 100 J200
Bulls 2504 10
Feeders 3254 85
Stockers 250 465
Choice mUch cows 350045rO
Common to fair cows 15003500
HOGS i
Choice 165 to 200 T 785
Mediums 130 to 165 7 85
Pigs t J 765
Roughs r V r 725
SHEEP AND LAMBS fr
Best lambs > SBiit5i5c
Culls V 35c
Fatsheep r 2fc
GRAIN
Wheat 110
Corn 110j
Local Market
The following isthe Local Market
given by S H Grinstead Co today
Eggs 28
Hens 8
Chickens 8
Cocks 3
Turkeys Ti 10 to 13
Geese T 7
GeeseDucks
Ducks 8
DucksWool
Wool clear grease > 20 I
Wool washed 28 to 30
Hides green 0 6 to 7
Feathers 1 35 to40
Ginseng 400
Bees wax r 25
vMrs Ed Butler old fortyeight tur
keys a few days ago that brought her
10065
Important Notice
After thirteen years of experience
under the credit system The News finds
that it is not best for its well being to
further experiment along the line of
promises and will beginning January
the first 1911 go to a cash proposition
From that date no ones name will be
placed on the subscription book unless
accompanied by cash Due time will be
given to allow all subscribers to adjust
1
their subscriptions before any ones
paper is discontinued There are hun
dreds of accounts from one to two
years in arrearage and the loss to the
office eyery year along this line is
heavy There will be no favorites and
no one need expect us to purposely vio
late the new rule If you want the
paper pay up arrearage and advance
your subscription land it will do the l
it can for you and this section I
REPORT OP THE CONDITION
OF THE
FflRMERS BflNK
CaseysCreek
Creek County of Adair
State of Kentucky
At the Close of Business on
the 23rd Day of Dec 1910
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts 2702329
DuefromBanksu I 7 > 3 996 28
Actual Cash on hand > 3 522 11
Checks cash items and g f
Exchange for Clearing j xs 239 45
Overdrafts Unsecured yj 409 7
Current Expenses and tax
expaid Vi 25806
Furniture and Fixtures W 2 860 00
Total v J3850 J6
LIABILITIES V f
Capital Stock paid in in j i
2
cash 5i l5l00 00
Surplus 300 00 Uudivided fe V
profits 618 05 Total 91805
Deposits on which interest
is not paid 2262211
Total ii Z485401 6
7COUNTY OJ
COUNTY OP ADAIR F Set i
I E W Smith Cashier of the above
named Bank do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my know
ledge and belief
beliefE
E W Smith cashier 1
Subscribed and sworn to before me br E W
Smith this 23rd day of December 1910
W C WOLFORD Notary Public Adair countyKy
MY commission expires April 11 1911
Correct Attest
MCC Goode Director
J A Williams Director
G E Walker Director
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Dont forget to be at the sale of the
Stapp lot at the courthouse next Mon
day Never again will such an op
portunity be offered This is the only
vacant kot left so clwte to the public
square There is room on this lot for a
number of business houses and you
will bear in mind tHe high price for
which they reat Nobody will > com
pelled to make a bond who prefers t S
pay the cash > 0 f
AU KodeMi Woodman in good tad
yroqrtaibdiobeat the JSatf jfcj j
ods evg ki 1 T
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efall
all Opened up new stores within the
past three or four weeks and all having m
bought their spening stocks from S Cv J
Neat who represents Otter Co of
COOf1LO
W G Jeffries Thurloxv Ky J J
Humphrey Knifley Ky E L Coffey
Summer Shade Ky W 0 Burton
bmjKnifley
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The Baptist people gave aVery amusing
ing entertainment Monday evening for
the benefit of the pupils of the Sunday
school A large box vac dwit i
presents and placed behind a curtain I
It was called a fish pond and every
pupil was given an opportunity to 1i
out a present with a hook line and
pole There were many gifts caught
and some that afforded much merriment
Everybody got something
I
Knifley
The health of this community
is very good at this time
t
Winter has made its appear
ance largely this year It has
been cold for the past two weeks
> i
Mr D J Bowen has placeed
Ib
another saw rig to his mill at
this place
Mrs Mary Brock man is visit
ing her daughter MrsZ T
Gabbert of Roley
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IMr A C Wheeler was at Co
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lumbia last MondayI
Mr Howard Leach and family
of near Disappointment visited
Mr J J Humphrey and family
of this place Sunday night
Miss Lettie Feese visit d Miss
tiMr q
Mr S W Absher and Bert
Bryant passed throught here J I
few days agOjjwiih a couple o f j
range stoves they had purchased
purchasedI
from Bob Nance I
Mr Tom Dunbar of Ozark at
brother of Mr J C Dunbar fLA
this place was visiting friends i
and relatives in this section last
week I I
f
Mr Jake Bault was in this section t
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don a few days of last week buy I
ing tobaccoI
Mrs Bessie Absher visited herj
parents Mr and Mrs A C j
d1frs I
Wheeler Miss Lizzie Hancock is visit I
Ing her sister Mrs Howard
Leach this week
Mr Charlie Sanders closed his
I school at this place last week t
I He taught a very successful I
I school and proved himself to lj eI I
an energetic teacher The pat
rons of the school were well
pleased and also desire his s rv i
I ces as teacher next year
Mr Virgil Grissom our gro
cery salesman was in our town
one day last weok
1Mrs Maud Stapleton of Dam
5rons Creek visited her parents
Mr and Mrs W R Watson last
week
Christmas is heie and Qur merj I
chants did a good business
Glensfork
A new telephone line connect
ing this place with Jamestown
OJwill be completed in a few days
This is the thirdn ighbt rhopd
telephone line that has been con
nected at this place this year
Mr Henry Wells of the Creels I
boro community has located at
this place He owns and op
perates a gasoline mill
Mr W H Hammond of Fair
play has rented the GvJ3 Smith
gasoline mill which was > opperat
ed at this place by A K Taylor
Mr Elbert Webb of this pl ce
ihas just closed his school near
Diriio From the district in
which > he taught we < hear many
exptesMOns of praise for his
work E1betoia > young tha n
Of high character nd r e
te > M
c I <
b4ibf j j j
f
u
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good inr J his chosen profession
gHe and his jfsfMjg My
will enter school at Bowling
fGreen after Christmas
1JWill
Mr Eli Strange will open a
school at this place after Christ
mas Mr Strange is a tactful v 1
teacher and his school should be
liberally patronized
Levi Andrew and Susie Mor
gan eloped to Tennessee on the
night of the 16th The groom
I
is a son of Mr W C Andrew
and the bride is a daughter ofI
Mr Uriah The
Morgan objec
t
tion to their marriage was main
ly on account of their ages both
being very young
Mr Lawrence Wilkerson came
very near getting seriously hurt
a few days ago He was work
I
sing tit Hurts column factory j
3near Crocus and started to pass
a swinging cut off saw which
had been propped u p with a
piece of plank when the prop fell
apd the saw running at a high
speed struck him on his arm in
flicting a very painful wound
He doubtless would have been
killed had he not seen the saw
start to fall and jumping to avoid
it
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Crocus I
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Hurt Coscolumn mill near II
this place is running regularly
regularland
and is doing a good business t
Messrs L V Turner J X1 l
Turner G W Collins N rI
Collins J C Bradshaw Jasper t
Cundiff W E Huddleston JP
Aaron and W G Collins will
willII
soon have telephone connection
Anew line is being built through I
this section connecting Glehville 1
and Jamestown >
Bill Bradshaw has moved to I
I
the Otho Miller farm j
We are glad to state that Gi
W Collins and Dave Rodgers
Idwho have been very skkaretl
better at this time
IMiss Eliza Vaughan who I
taught near Sparksville closed
her school on the 23rd Reports
from her district say that she I
taught a splendid schooltf1J
tWeare interested I
We are very much interested I
IIn the proposed effort to improve
IeIthe public roads of Adair county i
G1In this section we have long been I
lin sore need of a traversable j
road to Cumberland River If j I
we could make a trade with Rus
sell county to join us in building
a road to the River there could
be no project undertaken that
would be more beneficial to the 1
section It would traverse Let
us hope that some day in the
near future we may have a good
road connecting Columbia and
Creelsboro
t1 <
JEll
Health of this community is
very good at this writing
IdOur school closed at this place
1as Friday with a large attendance
tendI
tendIanceand
ance and all had a nice time I
tendII
Mr Oscar Sinclair will start to
ItGeorgia soon to teach a winter I
school Mr Sinclair is a fine I
teacher and we would like to have I
him to teach our school e1
next year
Dr Ferryman was called to
the bed side of his sick daughter
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Mrs Swigget who liyesan Texas i
The doctor hes returned home
rterY8i k > jj
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The little daughter qfMrJun
lug ECplt IlJ jTtY sick at this
k
riting >
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1 < vV fr t
t t t earl t f
i c5 y
and Miss Filer WarervisitedSE i
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zie Abrell lastf Sunday = rs5
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Mr J B Abrell sold a goddp
work horse to Mr S L Williams
for 50
Mr Mont Bard wick and family
visited his brother Mr BilF
Hard wick in Jamestown last
week
weekThe
The little son of Mr Clabe
Backs who was bit by a mad
dog last week is getting along 1
nicely There has been several
mad dogs killed in this communi
ty 4
Mr N B Dillingham is con
fined to his room with gripI
Miss Emma Hardwick visited
Lizzie Abrel last Friday night
Mrs Sarah Abrell and daught
er Lizzie were visiting MrS
L Williams last Sunday
i
s
Jabez
Rev M F Hughes of Mount v
Victory closed a two weeks
meeting here Sunday whichwas
a success
successUncle
Uncle Barney West movedto
Geo Stephens place last Satur j
day Now is the time for mov
If
ing to take place can see movers
every < day v
Mr Smith the Cedar man
passed through here last Satur j
day en > route to tFaubush CreekJ 1
to take up somecedar there
vrMu Jas T Wooldridg i1iay
ed up with throat trouble this
UkP
week
IMr F M Ballenger of Albany 7
representing J MR Jnson Nor L
ton Co Louisville was here
Friday night
Mr F F Cooler of Cooper
was here Friday night he repre
sents the National Fertilizer Co r
Nashville Tenn
iMr J F VanDeren Pres ofe
the VanDeren Hardware Co
Lexington Ky and his friend 1
Mr W C Karsoner have been
here for the past ten days bird
hunting stopping with Mrs M +
R Wooldridge They have bagged
quite a number of quails
Mr E 0 Stone and Mr Ike
Lnnier of Danville are here this
week bird hunting stopping with
Mrs R WooldridgeI v
Mr Thompson representing
the Cumberlpnd grocery Co of
f
Somerset was hereth day taking
orders v vj
Irvins Store
f
Uncle Wesley Wilson ha si
1Uncle
jnoved to his farm recently tpur r
chasedbf J S Roy near Long J
street H
Mr Ben McGowen was seri
ously hurt yesterday by having
a log wagon run over his legs
A wonder no bones were broken >
as the wagon had a large logon
it
j r
W R Roy an old soldier died
last Sunday He leaves a wife 1 I
and a number of small children
Iand H r
IV G Rexrgat went to Somerset
Someri b >
set the first ofsthe week r S2
The executors sle of the eff
fects of J H Smith of Fqnthil f
last week was well attended
The goods were bought by J RV
Luttrell andTJ Cooper at SO r
cents amounting to about 35QO
They will buy more goods and f1
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continue to sell d at the same oMr5
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stand Mr Uriah Selby was th tii
f
auctioneer and demonstrated BifciS
i tl
ability Jo get the worth of what il Y
p
he sold fi
Mr and lisi Ji li miii
iLlil i ji
of Somerset jiiswfc
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