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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
The coldest day of the season
was last Saturday.
.Mrs. G. H. Nell, of Columbia,
spent a few days of last week in
Mr. J. Q. Alexander, the well
known dry goods man of Camp
bellsville, was with us last Thurs
day. No new cases of mumps in this
community at this time.
R. L. Caldwell, of Milltown,
was here a day or so of last
week, looking: after hogs.
Miss Christine Nell, of the L.
W. T. S., school, of Columbia,
spent last Saturday and Sunday
at her home in our city.
Mrs. W. P. Flowers spent a
day or so in Columbia last week,
visiting her daughter, Mrs W.
Guy Nell, of Columbia, called
to see us on his return from Ed
monton, one day last week.
The family of Mr. Steve Bell
left us a few days ago for High
land, where they will join Mr.
Bell, who has employment at
Mrs. Sue Grissora, of Colum
bia, is visiting the family of W.
M. Wilmore this week.
Messrs. U. N. Whitlock, Allen
TCelther and Ed Whitlock are on
the tobacco market in Louisville
Ed Moss, of Greensburg, in
company with a Louisville tobac
co man, stopped over for dinner
at the Wilmore House last Satur
day, while en route for Sparks-
ville, to look at Coomer & Gow
an's purchase of tobacco.
Rev. J. N. Crawford, of Co
lumbia, filled his first appoint
ment at Union last Sunday with
a very interesting discourse.
From this time on there will be
preaching at Union the first and
third Sundays in each month.
Every body invited to attend.
Rev. Hogard, of Columbia,
stopped over for night in our
place, while enroute for Mell, to
hold a Quarterly meeting for
this circuit. Rev. G. W. Pang
burn accompanied him.
A son of Mr. Dock Coomer,
living near this place, supplies
this market each week with
squirrels. He informed us that
in the past sixty days he had kill
ed three hundred If any one
can down Mr. Coomer on the
squirrels, let us know through
Our old friend and neighbor J.
F. Pendleton who recently mov
ed to Greensburg 'with his fami
ly, was in our midst last Satuday
and informed us that his family
was well pleased and all getting
along nicely. He also informed
us that the tobacco sales in the
new leaf house was good, and
bringing a? much money on that
market as any market anywhere
The only low priced tobacco is
the sorry graded.
At the annual meeting of the
stock holders of the Gradyville
State Bank that met at this place
Jast Saturday, and re-elected all
of the officers with the addition
of Mr. Strong Hill to the board
of directors. The business of
the bank was thoroughly gone
ovtr and found everything in a
very flourishing condition.
More money on deposit at this
time than has ever been since
the existance of the institution
and no overdrafts. The business
of this bank has .been on the in
crease for the past six months
If you ever buy of a Catalogue house ,
we can save you money. Our large
Home Trade Price Maker
Catalogue is now ready for you, it contains 707 pages '
of first-class Merchandise, direct from factory to you,
which means a big saving. Send for one to day and
compare prices with all other large mail order houses.
We, ourselves, guarantee each and every article to come
ip as represented or money back. Yours for businuss
W. T. Hendrickson & Son
Irene. Kentucky. v
and we are glad to say to the
public that it has paid 6 per cent
interest to all of its stock holders
for the past six months for
svhich we thank the many cus
tomers of the institution for
their patronage and ask a contin
uance of the same.
The weather is very warm at
Miss Mattye Young will leave
Monday for Cane Valley, where
she will teach this winter.
Mrs. Cattie Willis of Camp
bellsville, is visiting her son, Mr.
P. G. Willis and other relatives
of this place.
We are glad to note that Mr.
Lewis Young of Columbia, for
merly of this place, who is in St.
Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, is
improving nicely. His brother,
Ores Young of Mo., is with him.
The singing at Zion last Sun
day was enjoyed by the large
Mr. A. 0. Young arrived home
last week, from Louisville where
he has been at the bedside of his
Miss Allie Garnett leaves this J
week for Bowling Green.
Mrs. Fannie Montgomery who
has been blind for the past seven
or eight years was very much
surprised last Monday when rela
tives and friends gathered with
well filled baskets" to spend and
celebrate with her, her 68 birth
day. The day was enjoyed by
all, especially the singing which
was led by Prof. R. 0. Cabbell
and Bro. Luther Young. Those
present were: Mesdames Lula
fiolladay, Marquette Yates,Susie
B. Willis, Lottie B. Montgomery,
Jennie Montgomery, Mary Pow
ell, Vinia Young, Josie Young,
Fannie Willis, Lizzie Murrell,
Ellen Holladay, Mary L. Tup
man and Patsie Willis Misses
Kathrene Willis, Eflie Conover,
Cora Powell, Irene Cabbell, Bes
sie Cravens, Lena, Eva and Elva
Murrell, Lizzie, Dora, and Mattye
Young and Frances Bolladay.
Messrs. Tom Holladay, Burton
Yates, Everett Montgomery ,
Mont Montgomery, Rollin Willis.
George Powell, A. 0. Young,
Mark and John Holladay, Mal
con Willis, Johnny Conover,
Bradley Powell, Ruel Cabbelli
Ivan and Marvin Cabbell, Horace
and Luther Young, Ralph and''
Larue Hurt, Charlie and Walter
. Miss Mary Young, L. $17. &-
visitedfher parents SaturdaVand
who is in
school at L W. T. S., was visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Lucian Gad
berry last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Ellen Blair is reaL sick at
Mrs. Walker Cravens is report
The stork visited S. I. Blair's
residence last Monday evening
January the 27th, and left a lit
tle baby girl.
Mrs. Myrtle Blain who has
been at Russell Springs at the
bedside of her sick mother, Mrs.
Ann Hadley, has returned home
and reports her mother better.
Mr. Sam Pierce had the mis
fortune to get his mules' should
er broken one day last week.
Mr. Lucien moore, stock trader
from Montpelier, was here last
week buying cattle. Messrs. J.
A. Richard and W. H. Blair each
sold a cow, price $30.
The Archibald Wheel Co., lo
cated near E. A. McKinley's
place, began turning spokes last
Rev. Joseph Pierce was visit
ing his son, S. D Pierce, last
The Sunday School at Concord
is progressing nicely this winter.
Mr. J. D. Hayes returned last
Sunday from Taylor county,
where he had been visiting rel
atives. Rev. Geo Harvey preached at
Concord last Sunday night.
Several of the boys and girls
from this place are attending
school at Garlin, under Prof.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richard
entertained the' following at
their home last Sunday, after
Sunday School: Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Blair, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0
Polley, Mrs. Amanda Grider.
Misses Nannie and Mary Grider,
Lula and Mary Pierce, Pear,
Alene and Thelma Blair, Nellie
Polley, Dorothea Wolford: Mas
ter Basccm and Buren Polley;
Wood Grider, Collie Bryan, Carl,
Clyde and Chelsea Blair, Tommy
and Roma Hayes. An excellent
dinner was served, after which
we were highly entertained with
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Burress
were visiting Mr. Wesley Bur
ress, last Sunday.
a lull stock of
hearses. Prompt service night or day.
45-1 yr J. F. Triptett,
i W ... J.-K.BB UIUUJI 1U.I1US
'S.,- 'cofflriyiand caskets,
Rev. J. C. Cook, formerly pastor of
the Baptist church of this town, leaves
the "West to make his home in the
thrifty little city of fiorse Cave, Ky.
We welcome him and his estimable
family back to tile Old Kentucky
Rev. O.P.Bush.Lancaster, called to
the pastorate of tne Baptist Church
of this town began his work here last
Sunday, preaching two good sermons.
He and his family will remove to the
Baptist parsonage about March 1st.
Mr. W. T. Price, our circuit court
clerk, has a lemon bush in his office
about twice as high as himself It
has six large' lemons approaching the
SAVE YOUR HAIR
WHHe You Have Hair to Save.
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Every woman who fa obliged to
wear false hair or man, a toupee,
feels that it fa a misfortune. What
makes the burden so doubly hard
to bear is the knowledge that the
loss of natural hair could, in most
GOIN&l instances, have been easily avoided.
H!wciptwiusvtiT The arch enemy of pood hair fa
the dandruff germ. This fa now a
well established scientific fact.
Thera fa one remedy on the mar
ket which, used regularly, will kill
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uanaruit uerm Destroyer. By
keeping the scalp clean, lierpiddc
4r TiOZ.onl" prevents tne nair irom
ianing out due auows it to grow as
nature intended. Begun in time
and its use persisted in. this valu-
r t . . able remedy insures a nice healthy
poiAitr:iiHR?iaoi head of hair.
Herpicide imparts a life and luster to dull. dead,
brittle hair making it light, fluffy and beautiful.
Don't wait. Begin now to save your hair.
We Ruarantee the one dollar size botUe
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Dr. James Triplett
NFXT TO POST OFFICE
RliS I'HOXE 20. OI'rtCE PHONE t
I will drill wells in Adair and
adjoining counties., See me be
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Pump Repairing Done. Give
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Residence PKoneI33 " Business Phone 13 A
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