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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
We have had plenty of rain
for the past week.
Judge Carter stopped over night
while en route for Columbia last
Quite a number of our people
were attending court at Columbia
Allen Rose of Keltner, was
here last Friday.
P. H. Keltner was at Sparks
ville a day or so. last week de
W. L. Fletcher was by the
bedside of his aunt, Mrs. Smith,
at Breeding last Friday.
Uncle Charlie Yates has been
on the sick list for a day or so.
We are glad to note that Mrs.
Parson who was very sick last
week, is improving at this time.
Mr. Kittis Dudley one of our
good citizens has sold out all of
his posessions here, and will
leave in a few days for the state
of Illinois, to make his future
Messrs. Nell & Nell are buying
considerable tobacco and are
daily prising preparatory for
the Louisville market.
Mrs. W. B. Dulin who has
been confined to her room for a
year or more is getting along
very nicely at this time.
Mr. Stong Hill the well-known
Hardware man of Glasgow, made
our town one day last week, anri
as usual had a good business with
Mr. J. D. Walker of Columbia,
and Mr. English of Greensburg,
were in this section a few days
ago looking after tobacco.
Messrs. Merida Wilson and J.
B. Napier, two of our old soldiers
have received notice of an in
crease on their pension.
Messrs. Mayfield.the dry goods
man of Nashville, and Pierce the
well-Jmown shoe man of St.
Louis, were calling on our mer
chants last week.
Born, to the wife of Allen
Kemp, on the 12th a son, mother
and child doing well.
Our farmers down this way
have commenced talking about
their tobacco crops for the year.
From what we have heard we
believe the culture of dark arid
burley will be about equally de
vided in this part of the country.
We have had so much rain
that the turning of soil for corn
is very limited up to the present,
and no grass seed or oats sown.
We have one of the finest pros
pects for a wheat crop that we
have had here for several years.
Our farmers that sowed grass
seed and oats last fall report a
Taking everything into consid
eration, with the certainty of a
Democratic Administration for
the next four years, we certain
ly ought to feel good.
Uncle Toddle Helm and wife
are on the sick list at this writing
Misses Ada Antle and Cora
Akers, of Denmark, visited Miss
Pollie Belk from Saturday until
Sunday. ' ' .
Mr. Josephus Coffey sold a
nice filly to a Mr. Allen, of the
bluegrass section for $200.
Mrs. Hulda Wolford's condi
tion remains about the same.
Aunt Lizzie Haynes spent
several days last week with aunt
Mrs. Silas Dunbar and sister,
Miss Amanda Jane, spent from
Saturday until Sunday visiting
their uncle, Mr. J. M. Dunbar.
Mr. A. -E. Wolford who has
been confined to his room for
some time is very much improv
ed and will soon be out again.
Our town is .on the improve
ment list for Mr. M. 'L. Owens,
our hustling and enterprising
merchant is having a lively
trade. People just coming and
going all the time.
Miss Pearl Murry, of Sewell-
ton, is spending this week with
her sister, Mrs. Hulda Wolford.
Miss Leona Lawless, a daugh
ter of the late Hards Lawless,
is in very poor health.
Misses Emma Grider, Lillie
and Dellie Collins visited at Mr.
M. L. Owens' one night last
We are having an abundance
Miss Mary Millero Columbia,
is -teaching a very interesting
school at this place.
There has been quite a -lot of
sickness from lagrippe in this
neighborhood but all better at
Mrs. Mary Murrah sold her
farm near Montpelier a few days
ago to Mr. Frank Waggener for
$800. Possesion given at once.
Mr. V. M. Epperson sold an
Aberdeen calf to Lucian Moore a
few days ago at five cents per lb.
to be weighed and delivered
Mr. Geo. Helm, our officient
blacksmith has purchased a new
auto. The machine arrived in
Columbia last week and is wait
ing for the mud to settle to be
brought to Montpelier.
Mrs. Dr. Miller, of Columbia,
accompained by Miss Mary Wil
liams were out to see her daught-
er who is teaching at this place,
last Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Rose Conover was visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Willis, of
your neighborhood several days
Latest Quotations, on Live Stock
Choice 210 up
Mediums, 165 to 210. . . ,
Roughs .". ,
Wheat - 105
Corn ; 8o
Shipping steer $7.008.60
Beef steers 5.506.50
Fat heifers and cows 4256.00
Choice milch cows 35.00-45.00
Common to fair cows ... 15.00-35.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Best lambs 5.00 6.00
Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized
Cocks . . .
Also Elwood and American Fence.
Steel Fence Posts
DEHLER BROS. CO.
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Wool spring clipping
Chamberlgin's Cough Remedy.
This Remedy has no superior for
coughs and colds. It Is pleasant to
take. It contains no opium or other
naicotic. It always cures. For sale
by Paull Drug Co.
May Apple (per lb),
The "Distinctive" Store For
Rev. J. M. Gooding, of Clinton
county, filled his regular appoint
ment at Mt. Vernon the 3rd
Misses Lula Royse and Avis
Walkup, Messrs. B. Tupman, W.
-F. Allison and Boon Walkup, of
Garlin, were calling on friends
in-this community recently.
Mrs. M. O. Stevenson and
children, 'of near Columbia, are
spending this week at the bed
side of the formers mother, Mrs.
J. 5,J3. Barger, who has been
quite" sick. '
Your scribe has been very
busy for some time, consequently
he has been delinquent.
Roads are so bad there is no
news carried therefore nothing
much to report.
Many pookers were killed 10
days ago and no doubt lots of
meat is spoiled.
Mr. Tom Emerson was here
this week visiting his daughter,
Mrs. Jacob Cooper.
John Z. Bowmer who recently
returned from Illinois has moved
to theM. W. Cooper place. We
are glad to have this good family
for our neighbor.
Messrs. Ovile and Luther
Withers have gone to Illinois,
joining their brother, Mr. Tandy
Mr. James Withers who has
been staying on Damrons creek,
was home last Sunday to see his
Mr. and Mrs. Finly Richard
son have a new boy at their
Mr. U. G. Rexroad, of Somer
set, was here last week helping
to invoice the stock of goods of
Rexroad & Wade.
Mr. Frank Leach was here the
first of the week doing surveying
for Mr. H. L. Wade.
Mr. James Hammond sold
some hogs to Charlie Pile for
There is lots of .talk about road
law and how they shall be car
ried out, but our bad roads are
still with us and nothing being
Mr. John Tucker and wife
were visiting Mr. J. W. Roy and
family on last Sunday.
Mrs. Sis Cravens who has been
confined to her room for the past
week, is reported better.
Miss Louella Combest is visit
ing her brother at Russell
Spings this week.
Miss Susie Murrell and broth
er, Tommie, were visiting Miss
Nannie Bailey and brother, last
Mr. Lucian Burton and family
will remove to the residence of
Mr. D. L. Wilson in a few days.
Miss Lena Wilson was visiting
Miss Lela Conover on -last Fri
day. Mr. B. O. Hurt was here last
Monday collecting produce.
Mr. Tom' Collins and family
were visiting at Mr. Dick Bry
ant's last Saturday.
The machinery for the spoke
factory has arrived and is now
ready for running.
Q. P. SIYIYTHE
m. E. Jones
U, H. Jones
Jones & Jones
9 years experience. Special attention
given to Surgical and Dental work.
Office at residence near Graded School
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Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum
Wallpaper and Draperies
When in Louisville come in and see our splendid
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Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff
522 and 524 West Market St.
Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store.
Birdseve view of our Plant
W. Tanner Ottley
Will practice in. all tlie
Russell county is behind in
most everything but farther be
hind in the matters of roads than
any thing else.
Lord how long.
How long Oh
SI OQ Per Plate
was paid at a banquet to Benry Clay
in! New orleaus in 1842. Mighty costly
for those with stomach trouble or in
digestion. To-day " people every
where use Dr. King's JNew, Life -Pills
for these troubles as well'as liver, kid
ney- and'bowel disorders. Easy, safe
Only,25cts at Paull Drug Co.
Mrs. Sallie curry was shopping
in Purdy one day last week.
There was an all day singing
at Bearwallow, last Sunday.
Misses Pearl and Mattie Bur
ton visited Mrs. Julia Corbin last
IViss Dollie Burton, Cleo Den
ton and Miss Verna Burton were
the pleasant guests of Misses
Pearl and Pert Burton, last week.
Born to the wife of Clem Bur
ton, on the 39th, a girl.
Mrs.Sillar Burton is on the sick
Hat at this writing.
Aunt Julia Ann Burton is on
the sick list.
MricJ.'B.i3urton. sold his-mill
to Mr. Robert. Wright of Casey.
Mr B. D. Corbin and family
were, visiting Mr. Cleveland Bur
ton last Sunday. ''"" ,
Or. James Triplett
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adjoining counties. See me be
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Pump Repairing Done. Give
me a Call.
J. C. YATES
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Columbia, - Kentucky.
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European Plan $1.00 and up
We serve the best American Plan meals in the South
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