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THE ADAIICOUNTY NEWS
We have had fine hog slaught
ering weather for the past week.
Mr. C. L. Keltner, who re
cently came in from Texas, is
now house keeping.
Messrs. W. R. LVon and
John Q. Alexander, of Camp
bellsville, were calling on our
merchants last week.
Mr. Walter McCanles, of Ed
monton, spent last Sunday in
Juflge T. A. Murrell, of Co
lumbia, was in our midst one day
Mr. D. C. Wheeler'9 new
dwelling is now completed,
and is a very handsome res
idence. Mr. W. W. Yates returned to
Edmonton last Wednesday, after
a several days visit to relatives
Mrs. Mollie Diddle was on the
sick list for several days last
Messrs. Hill and Moore have
their new grist mill at Weed,
ready for business. It will be a
great convenience for the people
of that section.
Messrs. Willie and Allen Ste
0 ' phens, of Miami, spent last Sun
day visiting their sister, Mrs.
Keen, near this place.
Messrs. Ed Hill and J. G.
Sneed were at Greensburg last
Misse3 Nora Shirreli and Elva
Hunter accompanied Miss Clar
ice Stotts home last Friday.
Robert Grady, of color, sold
seven or eight hundred pounds
of pork on this market last week
at lh cents per pound.
Uncle George Flowers, one of
our oldest citizens, who has been
afflicted for several months,
with a complication of diseases,
is improving at this time.
Strong Hill sold Will Jones a
span of work mules last week
for $250. Will says he is going
to make tobacco 'm this county
like he made cotton down in Tex
as. ' Wesley Parson, the weli-known
black smith, of this section,
made a ' trip to 'Edmonton last
Monday prospecting for horse
trading, but did not see any that
filled the bill.
Miss Mollie Flowers spent a
few days in Columbia, last week,
visiting friends. The continued
dry weather for the past two
months, has siven us the best
roads we ever had in tms sec
tion. While this is the case with
the road?, we hear considerable
complaint about the scarcity of
stock water' on some oi our
farms. If it don't rain in a few
days the water will be entirely
gone on some farms.
Mr. Allen Keltner is
the market for tobacco.
bought several crop at fancy
prices. Mr. Keltner is certainly
2. good judge of the weed, and
when he examines a crop, he can
iell you exactty what is in it.
Mr. Charlie Sparks, the well
known mail contractor, of our
city, and hy the way, an all
arouud good kind of a fellow,
and the worst thing we ever
knew of'hini doing, was voting
the Republican ticket. He is
particularly fond of rabbits, and
he informed your reportes that
the boys he had engaged carry
ing tfie mail f dr ' Kim "liked"' the
' meat of the animal just about as
well as he did, and owing to the
extreme;high price of pork, and
the scarcity of old bacon, he
would like to buy a few hundred
pounds at the market price, but
for his convenience he prefers
to buy them all on foot, and can
slaughter them as the demand
Mr. J. F. Pendleton, the live
stock dealer, is now buying up a
shipment of fat cows, preparato
ry for the Louisville market.
Hog killing is the order of the
day in this part.
Mr. John Conover and sister'
MissEffie, were visiting their
brother, Mr. J. N. Conover, near
Montpelier, Saturday night and
r Mr. Charles Murrell, who is
erecting a large feed barn for
Evans Broa., near Eunice, was
at home Saturday night and Sun
day. Mrs. G. E. Powell is still in a
declining state of health.
Miss Tina Brockman was vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Virgil Hurt,
near Ozark, last Saturday.
Miss Eva Murrell, who is
teaching school near Neatsburg;
was visiting her mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Murrell, the latter
part of the week.
Prof, R. 0. Cabbellwill open a
class in vocal music, at Smith's
Chapel Wednesday night, Nov.,
Mr. Doc. Brockman, of Sano,
is visiting his brother, Mr. W.
W. Brockman, of this place.
Mrs. Henry - Tupman, of this
vicinity, was at the bedside of
her father, Mr. Griffiin, during
his last illness and death.
Mr. Lucian Gadberry and wif e,N
of Sparksville, were in this com
munity last week, looking for a
location to sell goods. They will
probably locate at Joppa.
We are glad to note that Mr.
Lewis Young, who is in the St,
Josephlnfirmary, at Louisville,-
is getting along nicely.
&ev! J. W. Campbell, while
visiting in this community, de
livered an interesting discourse
at Zion church, Saturday at 7:30
Miss Lena Murrell was visiting
her cousin Miss Mabel Murrell,
of Craycraft, last
Mrs. H. P. Barger, of this
place, is visiting ' her daughter,
Mrs, Geo. Smith, of Lula.
Mr. John Troutman, who has
been in Warden, Idaho, for the
past three years, returned home
George and Lucien Hunn pass
ed through this community last
week buying cattle.
Mr. A. 0. Young -left for
Louisville last Tuesday to be with
is brother, ' Mr. Lewis Young,
during a second operation which
will be performed in a few days.
Miss Addie Willis, of this place, !
and Mr. Mooney, of Oregon in
company with Miss Bessie Epper
son and Mr. R.. G. Willis, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Willis, drove 'to
Columbia last Sunday afternoon,
and were quietly married by
Rev. Chandler at the Methodist
parsonage. The bride is a pop
ular young lady of this scommu-J
nity, and the only daughter of
Mrs. Patsy Wjllis. Thetgroom,
who has been visiting' at this
place for the past Trtonth or two,
is liked by all wio'haVe made his
acquaintance. They have a host
of friends, who wish to extend
The health of this community
is very good at present.
Mr. George Beard and sons,
Harvey and Charles, visited
relatives at Bradfordsville last
Saturday and Sunday.
Some of the young folks from
this place attended the box sup
per at Pine Grove last Saturday
night and reported a nice time.
Mr. H. H. Tucker, the Hotel
man of our town, is doing good
business. He is a worthy gentle
man and we wish hini success.
Mr. Goode will soon have com
pleted his large store house which
will hold an immense stock of
goods. We predict a flourishing
trade for him in his new place of
Bird hunters are rather scarce,
Most people are nearly done
gathering corn. The yield, is
better than usual.
J. M. Wolford gathered seven-ty-fie
barrels of corn, off of six
acres of ground.
The common school will close
in three weeks with an enter
tainment the last evening, which
will be Friday before Xmas.
Elder Stafford, of Campbells
ville, will preach' at this place,
the second Sunday in next month.
Every body come out and hear
Wolford Bros, bought a nice
lot of timber from G. E. Walker
at a consideration of six hundred
Mr. David May and son, saw
mill men, of Parson, are doing
business near tbis place, have a
contract of sawing for Wolford
The writer visited relatives.
near Liberty, Casey county, last
week, and was delighted with
the growing wheat, I saw fields
l":rulJ5 "r ""
The health of this neighbor-
u -. -, , ,
hood is good at present.
Mr. John and Sam Jeffries re-
turned from Illinois Thursday.
D. L. Wilson sold to Brack
. . .
Cain 3 head cattle for $72. .
W W Cravpnq ?nlH 9 hpnrl fnr
.w. w. urayens soia zneaa ior
42 and 5 shoats for $10.
The spelling at Concord school
house Friday nightjmanaged by
the teacher, Jas Hayes was large
ly attended. - '
The auction sale at Wilsons
store was largely attended on
Nov. 23, and proved a success to
Born, to" the wife of Mr. Sam
Coffey a boy.
Mr. J. W. Roy bought of Will
j Taylor 1 calf for 17.
m. E. Jones
U. H Jones
Jones 8t Jones
9 years experience.
given to Surgical and Dental
Office atresidence near Graded School
' PHOE NO. 7. N.
,7'On Saturday Dee. 14th at 10 a. in.
X will bffer. for public sale ray house
hold fdrnlture "aynnmber of books
from a select library, one set of double
harness and some garden implements:
In the mean times I will sell any of
theabove articles at private sale,
r J. B. Crawford.
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FARMERS and TIMBGRMEN
Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT
HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County,
Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long
On Heart Depth Length
If in. x If in. 30 in.
- lg in. x If in. 26 in.-
1 in. x 2 in. 30 in.
1 in. x 2 in. 26 in.
2i in. x 2 in. 30 in.
1 in. x 1 in. 26 in.
, a All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengthsjtaken only to save timber
All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or ShelljBark Hichory, Spokes that are brash, also
containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls.
These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than 1 x If x 30 in. long wil
be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size.
All Spokes too small for 1 x x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this see or culled.
Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long
On Heart Depth Length A&B C
2 in. x 3 in. - 30 in. $30.00 $12.00
21- in. x 3i in. 30 in. 45.00 20.00
The A and B grade in Second Growth'White Oak Spokes will admit of one third or less sap timber in sizes
2 x 3 in. and larger, jf the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy.
The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than one-third sap timber, but both grades must be split from
Second Growlh Whitepak, showing a good growth.
Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces
containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and shorj crooks will be classed as culls.
Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. -
All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address,
THE ADAIR SPOKE CO.
e. G. W&hington, Mgr.
Jul np DEilf
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Pki rcs SAfjsise.
YOU WHO ARU SUFFER-
TKG THE TORTURLS OF
iUZEUA. WHOS73 DAYS
whose B"i oh tsCaiu:
MADE SLEEPLESS BY
the terrible itch
ing. BURNING PUS.
WUTPTI T nr,Tr'Trr irrrrT
cure you. iwiLirSESDi
IT PRJ3E. POST OR I
paid, without any obligation oil
YOUR PART. JUST WRITE MR A t.t-.ttto
Op-SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON
A P0STAL CaRD 1 v.ill send T1I3
r JEvf 25 t? Y0L' -
A WOMAN IS AS
-OLD AS SHE LOOKS
Thousands of wo
i men owe their youth
! ful appearanco to
No matter what may
Ixjhcr age, a woman
with a riico bead of
hair, hair that is soft,
Blossy and fluffy, al
ways looks younger
than sho is.
Herpidde makes the
hair beautiful witli
thatsheen and Bhim-
mer which la bo at-
t tractive and always
jndJcate3 a healthy.
natural growth. It
keeps the scalp freo
from dandruff and tho
hair from falling out.
There are remedies said to br "just ar eood,"
butHcrpicTde is the cenuino Original dandruff '
ecrm destrover. . . . J
One dotlarsIzcboUleresuarantecdv i
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Don't wasts your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamber
ain's Liniment is cheaper and better
Dampen a pMece'of flannel with it and'
bind it over the affected partn and it
will relieve the pain and soreness.
I For sale by Paull Drug Co.
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Also Elwood and American Fence.
Steel -Fence Posts
DEHLER BROS. COi
112-1 16 Eaat Mather Street, Between First and Brook
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HIGHEST .MARKET PRICE PAID
- .FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
M(Ml an 'CemralMfon. Writi for price"
JOHN WHITE & CO. SSSHSJ.
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