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THE AD!R COUNTY NEWS
Mr C. S Harris is on a- trip, to St.
V" Miss Lorena Pile is visiting friends
Capt. Geo Nell is reported very
Mr. J B. Barbee was in Louisville a
part of last week.
Miss Minnie Kemp returned to Eliza
Miss Mabel Murrell has returned ,
from Berea college. 1
Miss Lillie Judd returned to Sh lby
ville, Tenn. last Monday.
Mr. Jo Sandusky and wife visited in
Russell county last week.
Mr Robt Todd has returned to Cen-
tral University, Danville. j
Mr Chas. Sandusky has been quite
sick for the past week. !
Mr. W. B. Patteson was quite sick
several days of last week.
Mr. C. M. Barnett has returned to
his home, Evansville, Ind.
Mr. Hugh Noe and family are visit
ing relatives in Springfield.
Messrs. Tom and Romie Judd entered
Georgetown College to-day.
Mr. Roger Dean, of Glasgow, visited
friends in Columbia last week.
Mrs. W. T. McFarland was quite
sick a day or two of last week.
Messrs. J. A. Webb and Fe".ix Rex
roat, Webb's X Roads, were here Mon
day. Mr. W. R. Hoskins, Campbellsville,
spent a day or two of last week in Co
Miss Mabel Jasper has been quite
sick for the past week, suffering with
Mr Jo Rosenfield, who is in business
at Middlesboro, visited his family here
Misses Cecil and Jim Conover left
Monday morning for Glasgow, to enter
Mr. W. R. Littrell and family of
Cane Valley, visited relatives here the
first of the week.
Mr. Sam Wheat, of near Dallas,
Texas, is here visiting his mother and
Mr. J E. Morgan was here Mond; y
from Creelsboro, to enter his son in
Mr C R. Dudgeon and family, Cane
Valley, were with friends nere from
Friday until Sunday.
Mr. J. M. Campbell, wife, and little
son, Robert, visited Prof. R. R. Moss
and wife during Christmas.
Mrs. P. V Grissom and little daught
er, who have been visiting in Little
Rock, Ark., have returned home.
Mr. W. 0. Murrell, son of Mr. S H,
Murrell, returned from Illinois in time
to spend the holidays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson, of Cane
Valley, were visiting the latter's par
ents at this place Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Anderson Murrell, who is in col-
1 ige at Berea, spent the holidays at
home, and returned to his school Mon
day. Mr. Jo A. Milligan and wife (nee
Miss Mary Price,) of Louisville, are
visiting relatives in Columbia and in
Mr. N. G. Myers and wife, of Green
wood, Ind., who visited relatives in
Russell county, were in Columbia Mon
day, enroute home.
Mrs. Harry V. Denver left for her
home, Lexington, Tenn., last Thursday.
Her mother, Mrs. M. E. Marcum ac
companied her as far as Louisville.
Miss 0. M. Reed and Mr Reed Shel
ton left for their respective schools
this morning, the former to Maryland,
CUMBERLAND CIRCUIT COURT,
W. P Shipley Guardian to
Hattie Lawrence and Corbin
Lottie Lawrence and Corbin
By virtue of a Judgment and Order
of Sale of the Cumberland Circuit
I Court, rendered at the November Term
1910, in the above cause, 1 will offer
for sale by Public Auction, at the Court
House door in Burkesville, Ky , on
Monday, the 9th day of January, 1911,
about 1 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of
12 months the following described
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 same land owned by S. C. La.w
rence at the time of 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 Cumberland
The purchaser will be required to ex
ecute bond with approved security im
mediately after the sale. This 12 day
of November, 1910.
J. W. Collins, Master Commissioner.
Clare & Smith, Attorneys. 7-3t
I represent one of the best Companies
in the world. 1 am on the Columbia
square every Monday. Call and see my
goods and get my prices.
Jno. B. rant.
1 desire to rent the lower rooms of
my residence and also the garden and
barn. 8-2t Mrs. Kate Smith.
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 one's name will be
placed on the subscription book unless
accompanied by cash. Due time will be
given to allow all subscribers to adjust
their subscriptions before any one's
paper is discontinued. There are hun
dred's of accounts from one to two
years in arrearage and the loss to the
office every 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 and it will do the best
it can for you arid this section.
in progress" aTBethlehem; boing
conducted by Revs. James Su'
livan and C. T Young.
Mr. M. L. Owens is buildip n
new addition to his reside i
which will add greatly to its v n
venience and looks.
Born, to the wife of Mr. H. D.
Gaine- Dec. 14th, a girl.
Mr. Liston Lawless and fanvlv
have moved to the late F.
Mr. S. B. Collins has mo- d
his saw mill to this place and is
making plank for the people.
Mr. Ray Gaines, who has been
in Oklahoma, some time and x
perienced a very severe case of
typhoid fever, is at home to
spend the winter and regain his
Mr. Otho Deveredge, late of
Oklahoma, and a Miss Mc
Whorter,' of Ucum, were married
at Jamestown last week, and
spent the night with friends in
The Xmas tree at Esto wao
grand success and all present en
joyed themselves very much.
Mr. J. L. Hale, of Russell
Springs, visited at D. G. Grider's
one night last week.
Mrs. Martitia Carter, wife of '
the late F. S. Carter, who has
been confined very closely fcr
many years will spend the win-
ter with her sister and brothers
I 1 1 1 4- .J -U Os-m
wxiuiii sue lias iiub iicui uic pica
Sure of visiting for many years
and will return to her old home
in the spring and keep house.
Prof. J. Leslie Hale closed his
school at Esto, last Monday with
fine average. The school made
rapid progress and did fine under
the supervision of Prof Hale,foi
he is a fine teacher and instruc
tor and knows just exactly what
to do in a school room.
The health ef . the writer is
very much improved at this
WmK&r Li "c-a15
d Coat Suits
Lot No. 1. Ladies Coat Suits, good as
sortment of Cloths, Colors and sizes, former
prices $12.00 to $18,00, now $11.00.
Lot No. 2. Coat Suits, assorted CoI
ors and Sizes, former prices $18.50 to $22.00,
Lot No. 3. Coat Suits, assorted CoI
ors and sizes, former prices $22.50 to $28.00
Lot No. 4. Ladies Rain Coats former
prices $12.00 to $15.00 now $8. to $10.
25 Ladies Cloaks in assorted Colors
and Cloths, former prices $7.50 to $15 00
now $5.00 to $9.50.
We make these sweep
ing reductions in prices to
close this stock quick.
Come and see them,
they are the biggest bar
gains in Columbia.
A Handsome Lot of Furs are. also Included
in this Closing Out Sale.
Latest Quotations on Live Stock
Shipping steer $4.755.25
Beef steers 3.005.00
Fat heifers and cows 3 004.50
Cutters 2.003f 00
Choice milch cows 35.00-45.00
Common to fair cows . . . 15.00-35.00
Choice 165 to 200 7.85
Mediums, 130 to 165 7. 85
SHEEP AND LAMBS
and the latter to Maryville, Tenn. Best Iambs
Mr F. E Cundiff, who has been em-; Culls
ployed in Gowdy's store, Campbells-; Fat sheep. .
ville, for several years, has tendered
his resignation, and for the present is '
at home. j
Mr. J. X. Coffey is thinking of !
spending a few months in Florida, for
his health. Mrs. Coffey, will accom
pany him, to see that he is prudent in '
selecting his diet ' The following is the Local Market
Dr. T. A. Smith, who visited his wifeiK"Len by S' H' Grinstead & Co- today
and little son here, returned to Monti
cello last week. He thinks he will be
able to reach Colun.bia, to remain per
manently, in a few weeks.
Mr. Ernest Yates, a former citizen
of Gradyville, now of McGregor, Texas,
came in last Thursday, to spend a cou
ple of weeks with relatives. He called
at the News office and left twelve dol
lars for Texas friends who are subscrib
ers to this paper.
Miss Katie Murrell and Miss Jennie
McFarland left Sunday morning, v the!
lormer to Earlington, Ky., where she
is teaching, the latter 'to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Talmage Smith, Indianapolis.
Before returning "home Miss McFar
land will visite Miss Murrell at Earl
ingtom and also Miss Coy at Hopkins-rill.
Turkeys 10 to 11
Ducks ' 8
Wool (clear grease) 20
Wool (washed) 28to30
Hides (green) 6 to 7
Feathers 35 to40
The health of this community
is very good at present.
Several from this place went
to the Christmas at Butler and
all reporter a nice time.
Mrs. Kate Sutton and son Rny,
were visiting relatives near Bluff
boom. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith of
Pellham, are visiting their par
ents Mrs. Susan J. Dooley.
Mrs. Gracie Burton was visit
ing Mrs. Nora Smith last Sun
Mr. Leslie Shepherd whohas
been in Indiana, for some time
has returned home for a while
Misses Malindia and Liza
Dooley, were visiting Mrs. Sam
Burton last Tuesday night.
Mr. J. W. Burton and wife are
visiting relatives in Russell
county this week.
Mr. Frank Burton and w if e
were visiting relatives at Pell
ham last Tuesday night and
Mss Malindia Dooley was visit
ing, Miss Oma Whited at Ella,
nice time and got many nice
presents. They also had a Xmas
tree at Smith's Bottom and all
reported a nice time.
Messrs T. P. Stephenson, Guy
Dunbar, and Kate, Stephenson,
took dinner with Miss Hulda
Miss Lucy McFarland who has
had pneumonia fever is better.
The old Rowena High school
conducted by Mr. T. P. Stephen
son has closed. -Mr. Stephenson
is a fine teacher.
Miss Mattie Rowe, Lill and
May Smith will leave on the first
boat for Oklahoma.
Mrs. S. A. Stephenson' and
little son, spent a week with her
parents, J. A Vaughan.
visited the family of W. E. Bur
ton several days of last week.
Mr. Otis Stapp has been enter
taining the stork recently, we
heard it was a boy.
There was an oyster supper
served at the home of Silas M.
Roy, of this place, on Thursday
of last week, and notwithstand
ing the inclemency of the weath
er there were several in attend
ance. After the ians were
served generously to all, the
guests proceeded to take a show
er bath for home.
Saves Two Lives.
"Neither my sister nor myself might be
living to-day, if it had not been for Dr.
King's New Discovery' writes A D.Mc
Donald of Fayetteville, N. C. R. F. D.
No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs
that no other remedy could help. We
were told my sister had consumption.
She was very weak and had night sweats
mud at this colds- hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma,
' hay fever, croup, whooping cough. all
bronchisl troubles, its supreme. Trial
bottle free. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed
by Paull Drug Co.
The helth of this neighborhood
is not very good at present.
There is a protracted meeting
It has been quite a while since
I have seen a letter from this
place, thought I would write a
We have had a very nice Xmas
although it seems pretty"; dry
.. . i, -h .
with some. . ,
Tht Xmas tree at Beeckgrove,
wm largely attended, all had a
ThP "Willi of this reiffhbor- but youwonderful medicine com pletely
ihe neann or tnis neignoor ,,cured us both I(.,g the best l ever uged
hood is reasonably good, with'or heard of."For sore lungs, coughs,
plenty of rain and
Mr. Porter Mur(rell and family
were visiting the family of G.
R. Redmon last Thursday.
Miss Osa Epperson of this
place, spent several days of last
week with her sister Mrs. R. L.
Campbell of Dirigo.
Mr. Lilburn Leach, late of
(Springfield, 111., passed through
here one day last week, en route
for his home at Russell Springs.
H. J. Conover and wife visited
relatives at Dent, Russell County
Music as a" cultural
Solo, Rucker P Grimsley.
Discussion of minor scale, I.
M. Grimsley and A. G. Coffey.
' ong led by James Kerns.
Which notation, Joe Carnes
and Ben H. Burton.
Quartet by the town choir.
Rule to find the'keylnote in all
the keys. Evie B. Bryant and
What i s note reading? Joe
Stone and James Kerns.
Why changethe signature in a
piece of music? Stewart Rexroat
and Denney Grimsley.
Topic of his own selection, P.
Everyone is invited to come.
Come to benefit others. Come
to be benefitted. Teachers are
invited to come and bring their
classes and give us a quartet, a
duet or a solo.
Committee on program, L. O.
Phelps, F. J. Hughes, James
Kerns. Dennie Grimsley Secy,
The following is the program
of the Musical Association to be
held at Jamestown, Russell coun-
Dr. Frederick. A. Cook has
issued a statemen in reply to the
Rasmussen charges concerning
ty,Ky., the second Sunday in his polar trip. Dr. Cook take
li Wednesday of last week.
Miss Edith Richards, who has
been quite sick for several weeks
is much better at this time.
Mr. John W. White and daugh
ter, Miss Lizzie, of Casey Creek,
9:00. Opening exercises.
Welcome g Address, Lilburn
Response, I. M. Grimsley.
Solo by Mrs. O. D. Smith.
Reading the minutes of the
& Benefit of music, W. S. Knight
and John B.EBurton.
c Solo, "Face to Face," Mary
up the chrges categorically and
denies then emphatically. He
claims that Rasmussen for years
heaped all kinds of abuse on
Peary. Cook recall that Ras
mussen was first his defender
and says he ran to Peary band
wagon when the Cook, mus i c
It's an useless to wory as it is
to tell people not worry.