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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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Cincinnati, 10 27 12.
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Mr. D. K ?elloy, of l?e!leytoti. one
of Adair comity's best citizen, was in
Columbia a few days ajjo.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. CaUison.of Mid
dlesboro, were here to attend t lie
funeral and interment of Mrs. Sallie
Mr. D. Wilson, horse Cave, washer
a few days' ago.
Mr. Gordon Cheatham, of BakevLo n
is visiting relatives in and near Columbia.
Having been some time since
I wrote to: the News, thought I
j would write a few lines to let
i my friends kpow where I am,
i and what I am doing.
I came here from Somerset
i several weeks ago, and accepted
a position with the McDonald
j Printing Co. I have a good job
running an automatic cylinder
press. The press I run turns out
seven hundred and fifty thous
audlvory Soap wrappers a day.
That's going some, believe me.
This is one of the largest Sprint
ing concerns in the city. They
employ about 500 hands.
I like Cincinnati all right. It
is a pretty good sized town.
There are three hundred and
seventy-five thousand people
here. Covington, just across the
river on the Kentucky side, has
fifty-eight thousand, and New
port has forty-eight thousand.
My wife is also here. She is
a sales lady in The Fair Store.
Squire Kemp and wife visited Mr.
E. L Moss and family the first of the This is one of the largest depart
ment stores in the city. It
Mr. Geo. 1J Miller returned to
Mr. Ti. F. Ghewning, who is tem
porarily located at Atherlonville, was
Lit home from Sunday until Wednes-
j seven StoVy building, and covers
sr.half "block. You can--find any
thing in this store you want.
WeJike Cinnati all rijjht, but
.1 1 ""fix.! 1-1 &'
uitjie ia.au pmce on earui liKe
old Columbia for usl It is the'
garden spot of the world. I get
the News every week.and could
not do without it. It is the best
county paper in the State. Ev
ery body ought to take their
county paper and boost their
I attended a Democratic rally
Friday night and a Republican
rally S-jturday night. They
were grand affairs. There were
from five to eight brass bands in
each procession about a half
mile long. All kinds of fire
works were displayed along the
streets as the procession passed.
The speakings were at Music
Hall. Thousands of people were
turned away on account of room.
It has been almost two years
since I was in Columbia, and you
know I am getting prett home
sick to come back. Will spend
Christmas thore if nothing hap
pens. Will close for this time,
and write again later.
E. L. Feese.
It seemed that no husband had
greater cause to rejoice, bright
homei- devoted wife and it seem-
On Saturday night SepE 19
the spirit of Antha, the beloved efUiat earthly good .had been
wife 'of AbnerLoyr , took - itlj reached. But afas how soon the
mgnt to uoa wno gave iiy&ssipgrt bright home was changed , into
ver the river of death ag.'if "en, one ofmourning. The dark an-
tenng a deepsleep. Fof almost
a year she had been in "declining
health from a cough a, complica
tion of diseases that proved in
curable. She was the1 daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Collins.
Mother, sister, 5 brothers still
survive herl She was born June
1888, being 24 years, 8 months
and a few day old. Early in life
she professed faith in Christ
gel of death plucked from this
earthly eden the fairest and best,
and in a- few hours the husband
had lost darling Antha.and three
little children are motherless.
They cannot realize that the soul
of their little .company is. gone,
the light of their once happy
and hospitable home went cut
with the death of mother.
Alvin and children, remember
united with the Baptist church L hat the Hghtis shining brighfc
and lived a consistent member 'at the ,anding and when-y0U
until death. She leaves a hus-, like her have cros'sed the dark
band and friends to mourn her stream you can meet again
loss, but the saddest of all she God said thy wo&- is finished
has left three little children to come up higher j- have work
strugle through life without a more 8ubHne Accept our sym.
mother. Oh how sad to their Dathv and iet the gentle hand of
I little hearts, Mama can never . . m1 fllo Tonnr3 cn rAlwMtr
return. She has gone to the made Funera, services were
beautiful isle of somewhere and he,d by Br0 gcott at the Bap.
is now resting sweetly in the dst church on Monday and the
arms of Jesus. In her last hoars . . , T
of earthly existence she talked terment m the Loy Qemetry.
to her friends and said she was A Loving cousin,
going to her eternal home. Susan Loy.
Mr. K. B. McLean, well-Jcnown trav-i
Alinri:iii v!K )ipri lnut. Wprlripvflsiv '
w"o "; . ..w.v ..Mu ..v..u.....
Mr.. Christine Pardon and her
daughter, Miss Matte, are visiting in
. Mr. 1). S. Haynes, Hvansville, Ind., Catupbellsville this week. .
was at the Hancock Hotel hist week v ,.s w M W,son and ,irte fJailgh
Mr. V. U. Lyon, Campbellsvilie. ' tw, MaUma, of Monticello, are visit
was here to attend the funeral of Mis. injr in Columbia.
Sallie M. Heed.
Eld, M. P. Harmon, of Louisville.
Mr. V. W. lJogerA. Nashville. wasVlsJte( i,s panjIIts i riiis county last
here last week. fi week
Messrs. T. W. Taylor, II. T. Par- Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Vatson,(nee
rott and .T. A. llusell were herel Miss Susie JCvte Pajie) left this week
from Campbelsville, a lew days ago. for their homo in Los Angeles. Cal.
Mr. A. K Watkins, Louisville, spent Paul Waggener, never fails. lie
a day or two in Columbia last week. came in :5u minutes before the polls
Mr. Hugh Noe was here a few days c,oseiL
Mr.C.A.Duncnn,Paris..Jv-y., made LOUISVILLE MARKETS
his regular trip to Columbia last week
Mr. Allen Hridge water, of Lebanon, .
visited Columbia kibt Friday
Messrs. John A
Parrish, of Jlakert on. spent last Fri-
, . Latest Quotations on Live Stock
Parrish and Henry I
day night in l olumbia
Attorney Oeneral Jas. Garnett ar
rived Saturday night from a speaking
tour over the Stite. and yesterday
morning cast his ballot for the Demo
cratic ticket and lelt for Frankfort.
Mr. M. R. Yarberry, who is in the
revenue service, reached home Satur
day afternoon, voted yesterday and re
turned to Louisville.
Shipping steer $7.00&8 50
Beef steers 5.50C50
Fat heifers and cows 4'25(gP.OO
Choice milch cows 85.0915.00
Common to fair cows
The cool winds are re
minding us of the near
approach of winter. You
will have to buy good
warm Clothing and Shoes
or spend your money to
pay the doctors. We are
prepared to keep you as
"Warm as a Bug in a
Our LADIES READY
TO WEAR Department
is heavily stocked with
Suits, CoatsSkirts., Pet
ticoats, Sweaters and Bla
zer Jackets. We have all
the newest Cloth's and
Colors and at prices to
suit any Purse.
Mr. .1. X. White, of Xeatsburg, waj
ab home to cast his suffrage.
SHUEF AND LAMBS
Best lambs 5.00 COO
Chiukcns . . ,,
Choice 210 up
Mr. T. C. Faulkner, of Campbells- Mediums, 165 to 210. . .
ville was here the first of the week, j Pigs
It is our understanding that he is j Roughs
thinkiii" of removing to Columbia. :
He is a good citi.en and we would bej
, glad to have him.
Judge T. A. Murrell returned from
Ashland, Ky., last Saturdav.
Mr. O P. .Miller writes his father
from Knoxville that he is getting' what
along nicely in the .Yeuieal school,
Mr. S. M. iJurdette, Lebanon, was
here Monday for the purpose of buy
Mr. J. IL Alcorn, who boards at the
Hancock Hotel, went to his home, in
Lincoln county, to vote.
Mr. W. K. Hancock returned recent
ly from a visit to Quanah, Texas. He
, found his si&ter. Mrs. Uriah Stone and
other relatives enjoying good health.
He reports a delightful trip, and says
Texas is a tine State.
Mr. M. M. Murrell, his mother aud
hissister, Mrs. Mattie Vance, have
moved into the residence Lack of the
Baptist church, known as the Turpen
property. Dr. Menzies also has rooms
in the same building.
Mrs. Sallie Hradshaw was quite sick
several days of last week.
Miss Martha Crawford has been
quite sick for" the past week, but is
improving at this writing.
Mrs. 3. N5. Page,- who visited several
weeks m MouticeHb, returned home
. last Friday.
Dr.Mj. W. DeppuiKl, wife, Edmon.
ton, visited relatives in Columbia the
first of the week, stopping at the
home of Mr. Sain Beck.
Miss Katie Murrell, who was quite
sick last week, has about recoveied.
Turkeys . k ........... .
Wool spring clipping
Yellow Root .t
W. , Tanner Ottley
Will practice in all tlie
We carry strictly uptodate footwear. Ladies Fine Shoes
made on the very latest Lasts, of the popular Leathers and
Fabrics, at 20 per cent, lower prices than the same goods are
sold by city Stores. A great line or
Men's fine Shoes in the new shapes.
We have the entire line of "Lion"
Brand work Shoes for Men and Boys.
The best shoe on earth for the price.
We make a specialty of'School Shoes
for Boys and girls, the "Red School
House" and the Godman lines.
While in Now York recently we found a
Clothing manufacturer in need of immediate Cash,
we had it, and the result is, we are showing the
largest stock of strictly "Bench Tailored" Clothing
ever in this section. WIii! wc are glad to have
your order for a special "Made to measure" suit, still
we believe we can furnish you a suit out of this New
York purchase, of better material, bettor made, and
as good fit for 50 per cent. less price. Don't let
anybody sell you a suit until you have seen our stock.
All Departments in our house are
full up. We are showing unusual at
tractive stocks of Men's Furnishings,
Carpets, Rugs Linoleums, Oil Cloths,
Door Mats, Curtains, Shades, &c. &c.
the cri jwjpi ut .-dbir Couaty from
whom you can buy the famous Buster
Brcwn Hosiery, or ?n Women- and
Children, made in hue Egjpaon. cotloa
We are Making Special Prices in Every Department Eve.fy'D':i.y"
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