OCR Interpretation


The Adair County news. (Columbia, Ky.) 1897-1987, July 07, 1909, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86069496/1909-07-07/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Ij jT TTTTT1T1TTTT 7i
t 4 S Iec SS S S S
S
c S 0 S
< >
S I TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 0
j Sparks lle
c
71ley a little daughter of Mr
ti acrid 7rs W R Wanes fell and
of cut her face very bad
J 55 Silas Cain of Bliss was at
this place Tuesday I it
Miss Delia Curry is on theticl
listI
listMisses
5 Misses Vena and Ida Lpy of
Fair Play visited Mr and Mrs
2Wrri Loy Sunday
F F Curry has just finish d
planting corn
w 55
55Rev Shelly filled his regular
appointment at Antioch Sunday
JF Cilpin sold 18 sheep to J
F Pendleton for 14506
Sunday School at this place is
progressing nicely with L Akin
Superintendent
SuperintendentEvan
Evan Akin was transacting
business at Bridgeport Thursday
and Friday
FD Firkin ant wife visited
i Rugby Wednesday
W J Yarberry who has been
sick for several days is some bet
ter at this writing
F D Firkin has been employ
ed to teach Antioch school S
t JT Gilpin and wife were
shopping in Columbia Friday
i Dirgo
r
W R Royse Rugby did buss
ness here last Friday
Melvin t Petty bought a gray
mare from J D Royse for 150
Thomas Pulliam Fairplay did
business here one day last week
r
n
Mrs J J England gave birth
to a sGill born child on the 29th
ult
ultMdse
jMose I Wooten will soon be
ready to plant corn
The last few days have been
andat
weeds have been slain by th ein
millions Corn is looking well
L i
and J if nothing happens to inter I
ferfe with it a fair good yield
I J
wiirbe made
1 4 i u
Garnett Breeding was here
tI
Friday receiving lumber f
Miss Fannie Hill of Metcalfe
I
county who has been visiting at
j r
J R Cummins for the past three
weeks has returned home
As your reporter has been on
r the sick list for the past few day s
it is thus necessary to cut this I
I
t letter short
1
Absher
4 Farmers are very busy with
v their crops
Miss Altha Absher spent Sun
day with the Misses Hump Kress
Mr R 0 Dillingham and Mr
Henry Gooley were in Cane
HeV
I Valley Saturday 1
i Mr Ingram Robertson spent
Saturday night with Howard
f
Russell
Miss Cleo Cave visited at Mr
JtD Weatherfords Monday
night t
v Eld M R Gabbert spent sevi
I iJfJ eral days in this neighborhood I
last week
j
Misses Arva Cave Emma and
nday
Clara Robertson spent Saturday
and Sunday with their aunt Mrs
S Z T Gabbert of Casey Creek
K Mr J B Grant the Watso n s
55 Y t agent was with us a few days
> ago
l
f Mrs Charlie Bault and daugh 0
i ter of Enifley passed through
r
1 this neighborhood last Saturday +
Eugene the little son of Mr
< 4
> and Mrs Wesley Willis is Very
f t sick at this writing
e e r y
f
a j Hair m =
7 r t
Y i
i r 1 1 D
Yb
= t xti < f j
t J +
i i Ytliff
r w r4 S v +
1 lJ
phressv Mr and Mrs B F
hhomas
Thomas were = guests tffKr and
Mrs H iB Robertson last Sun
day r
dayMr y
Mr and oM Mrs vWvL iRussell
and son James of Knifley visit
ited relatives at Plum Point Sun
day
dayThe
The school at this place will
1r
begin the second Monday under
the management of Mr Osey
Dillingham
Mr and Mrs Rufus Defevers
were at Plum Point Tuesday
Prof Harmon made a very in
ter sting talk at this place last
MondayM
Mr Delaney Robertson spent
Sunday with his son James at
Coburgs
CoburgWe EI 5
We have been having a few
days of sunshine and the farmers
are very busy
Several from this place at
tended the Russell circuit court
at Jamestown last week
Mrs Sarah J Foley of Mis
souri has been visiting relatives
in this countY for a few weeks
de
singing at Salem Baptist church
the second Sunday July every
body come
Dry Jeffries and Bill Wilson
Wilsowith
pass here every few days with a
nice bunch of sheep
The singing at Fairview church
last Sunday was largely attend
ed
oh f
veryh
painful accident last Sunday
AWhsle
While cutting a small bush his
knife slipped and made a dan
gerous wound on his left arm
As the family physician was
absent C P Walters was called
in to sew up the wound four I
stitches were required
requiredY
v S Ruby >
kj The crops are looking nice Jn I
ethis Several section r from this place att ndII
tw Harrpdsfqrk Sun
day v
R VG Wilson was at Breeding
on business last Saturday
business
Fridays
i
Virgil Wilson and Hadis Har
vey visited relatives in Cumber
arid county last Saturday and
Sunday
hLesley Janes made a business
trip to Breeding last Saturday
I
Mr and Mrs G G Campbell
visited the family of J W Har i
vey Saturday night and Sunday
Wesley Sparks made a busi
ness trip to Red Lick Thursday
Mrs R G Wilson visited the
family of SE Estes Sunday
Mr and Mrs L L Harvey
visited the formers parents near
Sparksville Friday
Misses Cora and Dollie Bryant
odFairAlaY were the guests of Miss
I Emma Sparks last Saturday
Eli Rosson and family visited
the family of W J Bean Sunday
Misses Flora and Minnie Brake
visited relatives nee RugbY last
Sunday
Mr and Mrs B L Harvey
visited the formers parents last
i
Sunday
v
Mr John Gibbon and family
visited the family of Rob Jan es
Sunday t t
Mr Bruce Preston Sparks
yule visited the family of L L
Harvey Sunday > < f C
f > 4 3 idj i
14iv
< t i
c
I
r HatchcrT I
1
° The Republicans met at Campr
bellsville L Wednesday and nomi
nated a ticket to fill the vari6us
offices of the county It is ad
mitted by the leadin men of 1
both parties to be the weakest
ticket that has everbeen placed
before the voters of this county
Most of the ticket is not known
over the county The Democrat
ic ticket will command the suf
frage of every voter who has the
welfare of his county at a heart
IpTr U D Burdick who moved
to this county 33 years ago from
Michigan is on a return visit t
his native home for the first
time He is one of the most sub
stantial citizens otjthe county
and everyone hopes he will have
an enjoyable visit
Mrs J W Burdick r isJon an
extended visit to relatives at
Kankakee Ill
Mr and Mrs William Staily
who have been visitingjin Oregon
and California for the past eigh
teen months returned to their
home at this place Tuesday He i
made investments in Oregon but i
disposed of all of his buildings I
before he returned
D Harst left Thursday for
Dayton Ohio to work for the
National Cash Register people
Mr Roy Miller who has been
attending school at Winchester
Ky returned to his home at this
place Thursday His mother
Ahas
has been verysick for a month
with tuberculosis Not very much
hope is entertained for her re
covery rsMillerand her
family are one of the mdstfhigh
ly esteemed families hv this com
munity
The tricounty teachers insti
tute Green Taylor and Marion
counties will begin at Lebanon
Monday July 5th Every teach
er looks forward toa very sue
cessf ul institute There willw b e
four instructors A 7
Wheat threshing IffiaS commenced
tomI
menced The quality of wheat
and oats is not as good as usual
This county will make the small
est > yield of wheat that it has
made in years Meadows are
better than usual The fruit
itlcrop
crop is very promising I
Dewberries are being preservr
ed in quantities Any one but
jf
the idle will live allright for the I
coming year
1
Mr J H Sanders will be first
principal public school Camp
bellsville He is one of the most
successful teachers that we have
and the patrons of the district
ought lto feels complimented o n
securing his services
ih n
this vicinity for the past twelve
months and still it finds victims
baar 11
teams crossed bats at this place
Saturday evening Hatcher has
the lead in the county league
Mr Sam Davenport and wife >
Danville have been visiting jal
atives in ° this county several
days
I
Mr Charles Hoist has been
suffering intense pain in his jaw
and neck on account off having
a tooth extracted It Was thought
that blood poisen had set up but
he is getting better at this < writ
ing I I
Mr JasP Sailed Has been
confined at his home for a few
daYs Due partly to old age
Mr William Miller neofo r
best young men left a few days
> fl1 j ft Jt < i
s 1 > j 5 r
i
= I
l
tt
t
r
YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF ANI
ARTICLE IFIT PROVES SATISFACTORY
HANNA GREEN SEAL
PAINT
4
<
is without doubt the most efficient house paint
thatn
it will go further and wear longer than other
f
paints Only the best materials are used with I
WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT 1 1 i r
PIGMENT tempered with just enough zinc
to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where
lead alone is used
t
oJ o FOB SALE BY
Jeffries I Hardware Store
W F Jeffries Sons Props
tob make his home with his
aunt Mrs Eliza Romine Mrs
Romines husband Mr Nick Ro
mine was kicked by a horse and
killed His home was at Mason
City Ill
Miss Tommie Miller who has
been sick for over twelve months
is able to walk with some sup
port Her many friends will be
glad to know that she is better
Mr Geo Gowdy is building
three modern business houses in
Carapbellsville opposite Gowdys
livery stable Next year if plans
materialize he will erect one
that will eclipse any building in
Central Kentucky
parr
vested in this community on Sun
day It caused quit a lot of
talk as history does not record
any Sabbath work out of the or
dinary here We claim to have
one of the most lawabiding neigh
borhoods in the state but t
ing population sometimes dis
turbs the good order which has
been maintained
Ben arid Fulton Campbell have
planned to make trip to Dalhart
Texas soon Mr Ben Campbell
j
and several other parties have
property in Pan Handle which
could be sold at a profit
H H Sieger of St Louis is
working for railroad He hunts
up lost freight >
eMr Wm Hubbard realized
190 for 11 acres of dark tobac
co which he sold in Louisville
this week He says the market
is active
activeMr
IMr Leslie Bennett Your town
bought several large porkers
from the farmers here at very I
satisfactory ptices
Dnnnvill f
rJ F Pelley has a very desira
ble f farm for sale He will go in
other business
B F Russell bought a farm of
John Riggens for 1800 Mr
Riggens is going west Russell
sold hisr f arm to Joe Vaughn
price unknown
Mrs Berttie DilliI1ghamof
Cane Valley is visiting friends
and relatives in this community
i
Joe Pelley of Goose Creek vis
ited his brother J F Pelley Sun
day >
vien s
end the family of Jas Winfrey
Dameron Creek Sunday
The trustees met Saturday ftif
Gamp ell n sch o hQe ng islect
eb y 8 teachers for this division
J
Three more teacHers are need e d
k 1
enD a Jones > wi11 start wlthhIs
threshersoon t = r
NeYtRoHerts who lives near
Pel yt pq ppefi to severe ac
ci dent Saturday He was rolling
V i it J EJ
>
i
r >
ground and got his foot caught J
some way in the rollers injuring
that member seriously
i
Elbert Saunders visited your
humble scribe Sunday He says
his father Thompson Saunders
is in a very bad condition caused I
by a risen on his face
It has not rained here since
Friday People may be praying
for rain before they get it
We hear occasionly of some
man finishing planting corn of
a few that are going to plant and
some few that are about ready to
lay their crops by
IThe
The Rev Wilkerson will preach J
at Lutteral Greek Sunday
The mercury stands at 95 in
theshade making cool dark place
very inviting
M r Grover Henson and his
sister Miss Maud were visiting
the family of 0 L Ellis last Sun
Sunj
day I
dayOmer
Omer Ellis one of Pelly tons
best young men was visiting J
in this community last Ssu n
cay
i i n
> Big Elm 1 1
The rain still continues to comesk
but has changed from general to
local showers
Several from this place Attend
ed the quarterly meeting at
Hayes Chapel last Saturday and
Sunday >
We would be glad to see a
letter from Simpson as their
j bas been no letter in the News
for some time from that place
He may be too busy to write I
mean the fellow that writes from
that place
Mr D W McFarland of this
place has had 16 bee sworms to
come out some time back and 14
of them left for parts unknown
BroJ T Jones in his ghost
I storY is kinder katydid and katy
woolf
think he believed in ghost and
further on he throws in a sent
ante from whichyou would think
he dident
I have of ter heard persons of
good judgment say that all the
stir people make in the world
I about ghosts and apparations is
owing to the strengh of imagina
tion and the 3 powerful operation
01 fancy in their minds that
ass a
spirit appearing or a ghost wal
ing and the like that people
uponthn e
past conversation of their de
ceased friends so realizes it to
tljem that they are capable of
fancying upon some extraordi
nary circumstances that they
see them talk to them and are
MK
janswered
truth there is nothing but
< t j i e i r 7
r
shadow and vapor in the thing
and they really know nothing of
the matter For my part I could
not believe for one moment that
there are any such things as
real apparations or walking
walkingI
that when a person dies their
spirit ascends to the spirit land
never to return to this low ground
nYlthing
thing in it except vapors sick
minds wandering fancies
308E3E JE f
aa
VETERINARY SURGEON DENTIST
w
Special attehtioh given to Dentistry nd rt M
all diseases which the dumb brute is heir
to
Phone Residence 96 B
S
a COLUMBIA e KYI w
mOBOOE3E
f
LOUTOLE MARKETS
LOUISVILLEMARKETSatest
Latest Quoiations dn Live Stock
x
k 1
t1 CATTLE 1
Shipping steerf + 50062o
10
Beef steers 350575
Fat heifers and cows > 350525
Gutters t rt w 22o350
100225t
Bulls H 200450
Peelers 7 i 7V 1 5Q5QQ
Stockers vv v i r > 4 2 254 50
Choice milch cows 35004200
Common to fair cows 150035 otr
HOGS
Choice 160 to 200 4 ir 785
MedIums 130 to 160 I > > 715
Pigs > r 50d665
R oug hir t 6 60 down
SHEEP AND IiAMBS
850m
Culls 800825
Eatsheep vi h 450475
f
Columbia Market
POULTRY
Eggs 15
4Trukeys 58
f
Chickens t J 4 10
Ducks 01 06
06t
>
GRAIDIj 1YLc
j p
Wheat ra 1j 1
v
rr
h130C
Corn v J 80
<
Program
The Adair County Medical Society
will meet in Columbia on ThursdaYar
July 8 1909 with the following pro
gram
R H Perrymay The Pesky Mosquito
L C Nell Medical Legislation
Arthur Waggener The Appendix
WeF Cartwright Treatment of
Pneumonia
J C Gose The diseases of Casey s
seysCreek
Creek 1
H B Simpson Pneumonia f
U L Taylor Health Officer t
edia
tiner if
Let all come prepared on these j sub
jects and let us have a profitable meet =
U + 5
WF Cattwright
U LTaylor
WR Gri sour
f
J Committee
V
For Sale
a N3
S
Eighty acres of land Ii mlleeis i from
Grad lIeon Big Greek good BJfoom
house and outbuildings fairly good A
desirable home eighteen acres of good
bottom about 60 acres in cultivation
nWrite or call on R 0 Kcltner Grady
ville Price 110000 324tr
1 C Xt
t t
n
>
S

xml | txt