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KU;V iSETi; vT?;naa -.asgooaTara im we.
Halloween night was observed
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&&V' Dan- Wilson, of Horse Cave,"
.V,'' was calling on our merchants
Only a few days until the elec
tion will be overhand we will all
be satisfied the way it goes.
Rev. J. W. Sexton and uncle
George Flowers two of our oldest
citizens who have been confined
to their rooms for several weeks
continue to improve.
Rev. J. R. Crawford filled his
regular appointment at Union
last Saturday and Sunday with
very interesting sermons.
Mrs. Allice McKinney, of
Jamestown, spent a few days
here last week visiting relatives
Some of the brethern of the
Methodist church met at the
parsonage one day last week
and made a nice start in erect
ing a barn, which our preacher
in charge, badly needs.
Mr. J. M. Blair, of Columbia,
made a trip through our section
one day last week delivering the
poll books that will tell the tale
in a few days.
Mr. W. L. Grady our well
known stock man will leave in a
few days for the blue grass
section where he will spend a
few days looking after stock.
Nat Walker and Will Ed Hunt
er were at Edmonton last Friday
Messrs. C. Gowen, Millard
Corbin and James Gilpin, all
business men of the Sparksville
section, were in our midst last
week and reported business
good in their section.
Mr. Tom Wilson the well
known stock man, of Cave City,
stopped over for night in our
city last Wednesday night with
s.tety-five head of cattle that he
bought from Robert Young of
.Columbia at prices from 41 to 5
Mr. D. C. Wheeler i" nearirig
- completion of one of the nicest
residence in- this community.
Mr. Wheeler has used the very
best material in this building,
nad it is certainly up to date in
Messrs. Cum'mins .&. Cole who
haye been making staves in this
ection for the past month or so
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wopre m our rawst last Jbnaay. ana
v HiloriBed-your reporter that they
&$. just completed 80,000 starves
rMJy for the market.
0.ur. produce men make'vour
aaiiprket once or twice, a week
iid producers in great demand,
lt& w only selling for 25 cents'
igMf'ta. The highest ittice wej
,-Sftsr-' known in thirtyyeary ex-t
Jpeince in the month ot Oct
obtb foe eggs. ' We can only as-
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Fhis reason for the high
&p. is the prospect we have
fer Democratic governmenjt
-during the next four years.
; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walker s -ertained
quite a number of their
relatives and friends last- Satur
day night in the way of giving
thein an old time sorghum candy j
pulling. Itie evening was a ioyr
ful occasion and will be rememb
eredfora long time by every
one present. We regreto men-
i'oiLithat this good family will
'. eaveius in a very f ey days fori
Columbia where they will make
'theiruture home. Mr. Buck
Gcoii?n'd family 'wirmove to
Walker. ' We will be glad to have
ithera in our community.
Hev. G. W. Pangburn is hold
ing a series of meetings at Sum
mer Shade church this week.
The old mill at the place which
is over a hundred years old has
been torn away, and a new one
js being built by J. T. Mercer.
It. will have all modern improve
ments. The school at this place under
the management of Misses John
ston and Conover, ' is largely at
tended, ninety-four pupils' have
been enrolled and an average
daily attendance of seventy:fi've.
Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Rogers, of
Greensburg, and Mrs. Marga
rette Bragg, of Chesterville, 111.,
are visiting Mrs. J. T. , Mercer
Miss Mary Annie Hunter, of
Gradyville, visited Miss Mattie
Hatcher last week.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Beard, of
this place, are visiting relatives
at Neatsburg this week.
Mr. Butord Montgomery, a
photographer of Columbia, was
j in our midst oneway last week
Miss Bess Leftwitch visited
Miss Minnie Rogers of Greensburg-last
The old home of T. H. Tutt,
has been torn away and a hand
some home is being erected on
the same side by J. P. Tutt Jr.
Mr. J. C. Browning and family
visited at Mr. R. M. Shirley's
Mrs. Kate Shirley who has
been on the sick list is better.
Mrs. J. R. Tutt accompanied j
by Miss Susie Johnston, of MillH
towni attended the International
Convention of the Deciples of
Christ, which convened in Louis
ville. October 15 to the 22. This
was one of the greatest meetings
that has ever been held in the
State for the cause of Christ.
People from all over the world
were assembled there, and on
Tuesday afternoon the beautiful
communion services were held,
and over 10,000 followers of
Christ bowed their heads and
gave thanks for the broken body
and shed blood of our Savior.
Rowes X Roads.
Claudie Loy and Ella Coffey
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-' ' S?.?Parried on Sunday Oct. 18,
, I vhiie conference was in sessnon.
Rev. J. G.. Evans and wife
were here on a visit on their way
Rev. Hemry Cragg and wife
went from' the 'conf erencV to his
old home in Tennessee, for a
i ew days 7isit,
Rev. J. F. Turner, now of
Hancock , county, . preached
three great sermons for us while
hnh)d his family were here at
their old home last week. Frank
iS a good preaclierMpr the chance
he has- had to prepair himself for
the niinistery; "
Ancle Coffey sold . EdSelby-40
acres of land for $500? .
Lines Blakey's baby died last
week. It was lOjdkys old. God
takes the little piis he has a
place for them&jefjj
Mrs. Sarah BJair..has boughwaJ
paru oi -me oiu.jonn juapsiey
farm, and ishaying.a good house
putup, oh the same. vf or-, hed
rdatigter, come on boys. .
AdrcMi1 "&BibeJfc' a : Irirl that'
Buggies Surreys Runabouts,
Greensburg Kentucky, ,
Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Every
Main Street Greensburg was Blocked
for two hours with Buggies sold
by Wood Lewis.
During the day Town Marshall called
on to clear the street.
What is the
Quality, Styles and Easy Riding.
REMEMBER, WOOClSOn Lewis the Buggy
man, the Mower and Binder man, the
lives here with ,your scribe had
end of a mill file stuck through
her 'foot four years ago gst
August. She has not had a vell
day since, Drs. Taylor and. Con)
best split her foot last we.ek.
She is resting very well at this
Two of Willis. Blakeys daught
ers married at the same time last
week. Eld. George Collins v of
ficiated; . f
Sister Sfed'a, the wife of $ert
Hill died July 30th 1912. he
72 years old. She prof essedji re
ligion at the age of 15 and join
ed the Baptist ehucch, a few
years ago she went with jfier
husband to the Methodist clinch
-for convenience as there vva" no
Baptist church close to them.
SisterSada was a good woman
and a' good wife. She leavos a
devoted husband and
friends to mourn but not ; as
those that have no hope, for.he
has just gone on before and ajpys
kto her friends to comejhome and
be with God.
Tne ary weatner still contimies
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ana wneat is siow auout coming
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cause of these Phenominal
family, of Columbus, Ind.,- are
visiting friends and relatives in
On Sunday Oct., 20th, 1912 at
the home of the bride's parents, !
Mr. and Mrs. Rude Harmon,
Miss Mary Lou their second old
est daughter was happily married
to Mr. Irvin Burton in the
presence of a few special friends
and relatives by Rev. W. C.
Barrett in his most solemn' and.
lmDressive manner. Miss Har
mon "was a charming young lady
and having a wide circle of
friends was quite popular among
the young people of this section
and will be greatly missed. . Th
groom is a young man of sterling!
character and is a prosperous
farmer of this community. The
couple will resident the groom's
home on sulphur creek. May
their lives be long and hppbily
sgent is the wislror their many
Mr. John T. White who has
been in the Philippine Islands
other foreign countries for the
seven years, returned home last
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