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1HE ADAIR COUN'iY NEWS
-A Happy New Year for
Miss Mo'.lie . Flowers, who is
in schoo'. at Russellville, spent
the holidays at home.
H. A. Walker, of Columbia,
was through here last week look
ing for tobacco.
Mr. Burton Yates, of Joppa,
spent a day or so here last week
visiting his relatives.
Mr. Willie Hill, who has been
traveling in Southern Kentucky
for Pratts Stock Food, returned
home a few days ago and report
ed doing a good business.
Miss Eva Walker, of Columbia,
spent several days of last week
visiting relatives in this commu
nity. Mr. Ernest Yates, who has
been living in the Lone Star
State for several years, is visit
ing his relatives in this commu
nity at this time, Ernest is look
ing vvell ?nd likes Texas fine.
Mrs. J. A. Diddle was called
to the bedside of her son, Will,
at Columbia last Friday. He is
co ifineri to his room with pneu
monia. Mr. Oliver Wilson, of Edmon
ton, spent several days of last
week in this community.
Mr. C. C. Stephens, who bought
a farm near Miami in Green
county will remove to it in a few
Mr. Bardin, w.'io receiv
ed several bad wounds from the
hands of Ed Wheeeler in a dif
ficulty some time ago, is not im
proving very much.
Mr. George Flowers and fami
ly, of Columbia, visited relatives
he. c ihe first of last week.
Our Methodist ladies gave
their Sunday School pupils a
nice t reat Chri- tmas day. The
litcie folks certainly enjoyed the
Owing to the bad weather the
Sunday School at Union was call
ed off for the first quarter dur
ing this year last Sunday.
Mrs. W. M. Wilmore was call
ed to the bedside of her sick
brother, Dr. W. T. Grissom, at
Bliss, last Friday.
Uncle George F'owers, one of
our oldest citizens, is spending
this week visiting relatives in
The Colorado Grant Show that
exhibited here last week was
well attended and every boey en
joyed the show. It goes
without saying that this was the
best exhibition that was ever
here. , If you ever have an op
pDrtunity attend this show and
you will be convinced.
Grady ville Lodge No. 251 of F.
and A. M. elected the following
officers for the ensuing year:
G. T. Flowers, W. M.
Zed Akin, S. W.
A. T. Shirrell, J. D.
- - W. M. Wilmore, Sec.
v Eugene Nell, Treas.
J. K. Yates, Tiler.
U. N. Whitlock, S. D.
Ed Whitlock, J. D.
Caldwell, of Columbia, and Mable
Hindman, of .Grady ville, visited
relatives, here several days dur
ing the holidays.
Regardless o f the muddy
weather there were several so
cial entertainments given to the
youug people of this neighbor
hood during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires,
of Neatsburg, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Chapman Dohoney several
days of last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Brack Cain, of
near here visited relatives in
Columbia last Saturday night
4 The farmers of this neighbor
hood are busily engaged at this
time prizing and shipping their
Messrs. Clarence Calhoun, Jno.
Mi ler and Judd Rodgers, of
Campbellsville, visited friends
in this community several days
during the holidays.
Miss Susie Johnston and her
brothers, Hick and Kent Steph
ens, will go to Bowling Green
next week where they will at
tend school this winter.
getting marner re-
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Miss Clarice Stot.ts,.,pf. Grady
ville, is visiting the Misses Tup
man and Ethel Moore.
The social given to,;the young
folks of this community by Mr.
aim Mil a. o. u. uuuci iaoi xurc- ,
day night was well attended.
About one hundred were pres
ent. All reported a good time
and well pleased with the nice
music renered by Mr. J. S.
Royse with his violin and his
Christmas is over and every
thing went off quiet here.
Frank Burton and wife visited
relatives at Pellham last week.
Lis Kimbler will go west in a
Willie Combest, who is sick
with fever is no better at this
Willie Murrell, who has been
in Illinois for some time, has re
Rev. I. M. Grimsley preached
at Pleasant View the first Sun
day. The Christmas tree at Pleasant
View on the 24th proved that
the eight months just past of I.
M. Grimsley 's ten months school
was a success. People that have
been acquainted with the Pleas
a n t View neighborhood could
hardly believe their eyes wh-n
they saw children reciting and
singing that had not been ac
customed to doing such things
in public. Every body; was well
pleased with the program ren
dered. Not very many attended the
prayer meeting on the night of
the 28th on account of the con
dition of the weather.
I. M. Grimsley and class wJl
attend the Teachers' Association
to be held at Jamestown the 2nd
Sunday in January
I. M. Grimsley got a nice
pumpkin off the Christmas tree.
Mr. Ben J. Jeffries attended
the Christmas tree at Pleasant
View on the 24th.
One of Mr. Frank Shepherd's an gunj.ay
b)ys recently returned from
sop, Edgar, with his guitar and tJS?
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Miss Lula Kovse at the organ. -z
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Good order prevailed and at ??j33
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midnight they an departed xor rpsra
their respective homes.
Miss Pearl Neat was visiting ' ,g
the Misses Squires of Pellham
last Wednesday night.
Ester Moore has measles.
The social given last Wednes
day night by Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Royse was not so, well attended
on account of the bad weather.
Miss Maggie Williams, of neaig$
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Misses Waikup recently.
Mrs. Huffaker, who has been
on the sick ljst, is some better.
A,f. T)lli P..M...11 orl V.lV ;
hju. ivuiiiu hiimvvcii aim liio p
sister, Miss Moliie, of Gradyville, U.
are spending a few days with
their sister. Mrs. Tom Wagge-
ner, ! Pf
Miceoc Pi'.n-I 'Maat-anrl Viffriiiiu . L&d&2
Smith snent last Tuesdav niirh:
with Miss Kate Cooper. j Jepjj
Mr. and Mi3 W. F. Neat wen. ! WM
visiting their son, Mr. J. F. 'ElcgljL
Neat, last Tuesday.
Miss Mary East, of Columbia,
has been visiting her mother.
Mrs R"e East.
The Misses Roberts, of nea
Eypt, are visiting Miss Non.
Chapman. ' '
Welby Holmes, of this place,
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was visiting relatives neai
The health of this community
is very good at present.
Mr. GT. Herriford, of Co
lumbia, was in this community
last week inspecting sheep. He
reported the flocks all in very
Mr: and Mrs. Silas Denny vi. -ited
relatives at Albany last
Mrs. Nannie Johnson is spend
ing a few weeks with her son,
Ed, cf this place.
Rev. B. M. Currie filled his
regular appointment a t Tabor
X-mas day with a very enthusi
Misses Effie Conover;. Nannie ;
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W. W A ( V SBk.
ONLY SEVENTEEN DAYS MORE" TO EN
TER FOR A FREE PIANO.
NOMINATION LISTS CLOSE 6 P. M., JANUARY 1ST 1911.
After January 1st, 1911, candidates for Piano Prizes will
not be accepted unless by special arrangement with the Con
test Manager. No use in fussingif you are coming income
$1330.00 WORTH OF PREMIUMS
for the five canditates receiving the greatest number of Coupon
Votes by April 1st. It costs nothing to enter and nothing but
your time to win. If you are not interested yourself, nominate
a friend. Use the Coupon below.
Have you seen the $350.00 Free Piano on view at Russell
& Co' s. .Store? Don't it loo'k good to you? This instrument
will shortly decorate some candidate's parlor and at absolutely
no cost. And four others just like it! All $350.00 Krause
You Can Win One,
Russell 6c. Co. will give you 200 Votes for every dollar spent
on theirJ-General Stock, 1,000 Votes for ever' dollar spent in their
New Novelty Jewelry Department.
The Adair County News will give 1,000 Votes for every dol
lar paid in New Subscriptions and 1,000 Votes for every dollar
Get out among your friends. They will help you if you
will only let them understand that you mean business! Today
is a good day to start. Suppose you quit wishing and get action.
CJood for 1.000 Votes when used to nominate a new candi-
Candidate . . .
Free Krause Piano Contest.
Lou Willis and Johnnie Conover
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' Magg.e g for
w re. jjononey oaturaay ium
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The Christmas tree at Tabor
church was a success in every
particulay and every body re
ported a nice time.
Mr. John Lindley recently sold
his farm to Mr. Porter Squires
for $2,500. Next week he will
remove to Campbellsville where
he has rented a ;house and lot.
Mr. G. R. Handy has rented
his farm to Mr. Will Stimson.
He will'move with his family to
Illinois in the near future.
Misses Pearl Hindman, Moliie
Christmas being over the
drummers have resumed their
work and are making their usual
calls on the merchants.
Mr. C. S. Waikup and family,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cooper and
children and Mrs. Mont Stephen
son and children were splendidly
entertained at dinner last Mon
day by Mr. and Mrs.- W. F,
Miss Nancy Willis, of near
Joppa, is visiting Misses Annie
and Lula Royse, ,
Misa Grscie Conover and a Mr.
Bennett surprised their .many
Mr. and Mrs. Y, E. Hurt were
the euests of Mr. and Mrs1. J. L.
Johnson last Saturday
Hollis Morrison visited rela
tives at Montpelier- Wednesqay
of last week.
Misses Lula and Ida Epperson
were guests of Susie Morrison
Thursday night dfUast week.
Silas Denny sdldhisfarm to
L. Y. Gabbert, pfRp'ey, for
George Morrison bought 3
acres .of land from James Frank-
urn for $53. .,
Waller Hurt sold his .farm' to
Mrs. Sarah Henson sold one
mare to Wade Smith for $125.
Prather Morrison sold one hog
to Leslie Bennett for $18.50
John Henson sold one mare
James Frankum for $20.
pushing the work on the new sand spokes, and the Archbald
bridge over South Fork creek. Wheel Co. is receiving- timber
to L. W. Bennett for $37.
between this place and Dunn-ville.
Messrs Ernest Winfrey and
to Luther Gadberry. of the L. W.
T. S., are spending X-mas week
wrirli. frVo larror's nnrpnts Mr.
George Morrison sold two hogs R Gadberry.
Misses Delia, Bess and Kate
Combest, who have been attend-
ing school at Bowling Green, are
Thinking that some of your at home for the holidays.
readers might be interested in On X-mas eve, at Teddy, this f
the news from this place I send county, Judson Chilton was shot
a few items. and instantly killed by J. W.
. Miss Emma Combest, of Sum- Rogers. There was an old grudge
mit, Miss., is visiting relatives between the parties, and it is
here. claimed that Chilton, was under,
Mrc J. R. Carson, who has the influence of whisky at the
Sen sick for thtfpast week has time of the, difficulty.
The South Fork Spoke Co. is
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The contractors are rapidly daily turning out several thou-
and will soon be ready for busi
ness. Miss Myrtle Baldock and Mr.
Welby Witt were married last
Tuesday at Liberty, Eld. J. Q.
Montgomery performing the
ceremony. Mrs. Witt was for
merly a pupil of the R. S. A. at
To my friends in Adair and
Russetl counties 1 send greetings
and many good wishes for 1911.
Grey jtnd Red Foxes J2.00 to 3i50
Squirrels J. .5 U0Q
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