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The Adair County news. (Columbia, Ky.) 1897-1987, October 27, 1909, Image 8

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< Clem Coomer and wife of Jef
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atives at this place
X Charlie Rowe of Sparksville
y v sin our midst last Friday
r John Lowe of Columbia call
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y < 0i farmers put in the most
of last week sowing wheat A
large crop has been sown in this
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sectionLewis
Lewis Cumpton of Basil where s
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here last Saturday
Our market has been well sup
plied with fresh beef for the past
week at 06 and 07 per pound
Messrs H Q Montgomery and
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K John Reece of Breeding were
ia ° our midst last Thursday and
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fiMr John M Wilson who has
ri tyeen sick for a year or more has
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Igreatly improved inthe last few
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t last week looking fine
< Messrs Taylor Coomer the
r wellknown tobacco dealers of
Basil were in this section last
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K week and bought several fine
satisfactorya
copsprices
prices
tt We are glad to note that in
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the near future there will be a
new telephone line put up direct
I 2 ly from this place to Breeding
j The work will begin at once and
r = will be completed during the I I
Y month of November This en
terprise will be a great conven
er fence to the people along the
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Mr George A Keltner the
uptodate tobacco dealer of
v Keltner was in this section oneI
Liay last week and bought sever
rfTal crops of Burley at prices fromI
f 1025 to 1150 per hundred
> Mr H A Walker of Colum
bia spent one day at the home 1
< of Mr J H Smith near this
Smithreceiving
place last week receiving tobac
co that was grown on Mr Smiths
farm We understand that they
weighed up between five iand
six thousand pounds and hardly
sexmade
made a start
v The speaking at this place on
last Saturday afternoon was very
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y weUattended We did not have
r tlie fc pleasure of V hearing the
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T Messrs W Sharp and Jas
t Koy bought Ititweck ofa J D
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this section for the consideration
210000 Mr Sharp will in
the near future build a nice
dwellingUncleCharhVYatesput
Uncle Charlie Yate s put in sev
eral days of last week gathering
corn and he says his corn is much
better than Jie expected to find
it 1
Messrs Diddle r Parson our
mill men are certainly having a
j good business They are almost
1 daily receiving v heat at the mar
ket price and selling flour the
same way Our farmers ought
to apareciate an enterprise like
this that brings a market right
at their door for all of their sur
plus grain at the highest market
price
priceOne
interestine g
games of marbles that has been
p laed in our town for many
y ears took place one day last
Yweek
Robts
0 Keltner seventy years old
seventyfoew r
years old Dr J H Grady sixty
j five years old and A T Shirrell
not less than sixty years old v
thef
played that in bygone days they
certainly played on Sunday
I Mr Dan Hatcher better known
jas Neighbor made our town
lone day last week and in his us
t ual way had something that was
interesting to tell Our people
are always glad for him to come
owd
I oldest and best citizens has been
I on the sick list for several days
Gov J R Hindman called i n
to see us on his return from his
farm last week While here
he contracted for a bill of lumber
and expects inthe near future to
build a large feed barn We are
I always glad when the Governor
I comes He had something inter
esting fo talk about as the elec
tion is near at hand
We will ring off for this time
by saying to our old friend H
C Walker of Bradfordsville
that in a few days we will need
him down here to help us count
the Democrat votes
TAKEN upS hogs came to my place
about Sept 1st 1909 One black sow
will weigh about 190 Ibs marked crap
off each ear Two spotted sows will
weigh iespectiyely 40 and 90 pounds
bothnmarkea Owner can get aame
by proving them paying for this no
ticei their keep and two barrella pf corn I
destroyed JLddsewi r JY Winfrey t
50tf Eunice JLy
My line of clothing for fall and win
tia large and uptodate Prices ar
low Wilson j
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Revs Montgomeryare con
ducting a revival at this place
Clarence Jones and wife ofp
Pellyton visited Owen Ellis and
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wife of this place last Sunday
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I J F Pelley was at McKinnie
last week receiving a shipment
of fertilizer
fertilizerThe
The box supper at Pellyton
was well attended There wash
plenty to eat and good order pre
vailed
Rev Grit Baker filled his reg
ular appointment at Luttrells
Creek Sunday
Miss Myrtle Woods of Linnie
visited Miss Ada Lay last Sun
day
Jas Dickinson was at James
town last week
Mr L C Cabbell visited his
mother at Joppa a few days ago
Hon W G Ellis Democratic
nominee for Magistrate will
quit chicken peddling in a few
days and begin an active can
v ass in his district
W G Rubarts is havinga new
r6bf put on his barn
George Ellis of Indiana will
spend the winter in old Ken
tucky for the benefit of his
healthf <
Mr TomS of
Eunice has removed tb his far 17
on Luttrells Creek
The Luttrell Creek ii school
district composed 0 f 41 pupils
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has th number enrolled We
would like to know if there is
another district in the county
that has all the pupils enrolled I
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uncle Marcus Tarter last Sun
day 2 I
dayMr I
Mr Chas Sweeney who has
been sick for some time is able
to be out again > r J7 con u
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Mr Jeff Shirley has nibved t
the farm tJ F Pelle yGt
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several from this community
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attended the box supper al
Rheber last i Saturday night
They brought back JJ e < r and
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cake We almost forgot to say
that J F Pelley got the + pie for
being the ugliest man <
Several of the candidates have
been around shaking hands with
nthe boys
Edwin Cundiffis building a
large barn on the farm he recently
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cently bought r I
David Ellis bought I a fine calf i
from George Pellet a few days
ago Price not known
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sAt the request of his friends
Orlander Stotts became a candi
date for Constable in district No
4 last Friday He reguests the
support of all
Mr Paul Epperson Roy spen t
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last week here visiting his sister I
Mrs R L Campbell i
There was some disturbance
at meeting at Birds School house
last Sunday night A ladies
cloak vas cut and some rocks i
were thrown through the win
i
dow during services It is I
thought that the guilty party or I
parties did not reside in that
neighborhood but be it who it I
may they should be caught and
the full penalty of the law meted
out to them The meeting closed
that night
Mr Charlie Bennett Fairplay
who has been sick at they liome
of J W MeGliatef for the pas t
few weeks i ju conysyed to h i
home blest < idd aT He lajm J
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paralysis and his chances of
recovery are doubtful
Rev H T Jessee Preached
very interesting sermon at Inde
pendence last Sunday
i Mrs Jane Taylor Lewis
Amandaville is spending a few
days with relatives at this place
Mr and Mrs Arthur Royse
l and Mr and Mrs J D Patter
son in company with Mrs Cheat
ham and son of Cumberland
county attended the annual
association of Baptist near
Edmonton last week
Mr Ches Bell Nell was here
last Wednesday
Mr Hadis Harvey has accept
ed a position with a Chicago
publishing house and is thus pre
pared to furnish the reading
public with a true account of the
trips of Cook and Peary to the I
North Pole
Married on the 21th inst at
the home of the brides father
Mr J W Campbell Miss Laura
Campbell of this place to Mr J
B Wilcutt of Bethany Mo Rev
T J Campbell officiating After
the ceremony the bride and
groom went to the home of Rob
ert Lby on Pettisfork where a
bountiful dinner awaited them
They will spend a few days visit
ing relatives in Adair and Met
theym
will go to house keeping at
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The diptheriatois raging near
j here r kt If I 3j < t
f The school at this place has
been dismissed for ten days on
account of diptheria but is now
in session
sessionMr
Mr Lige Coffey has lost one
child with diptheria
eThe annual conference of the
United Brethern Church conven
ed t LiKerty1 r 20th mist with
something near thirty preachers
in attendance
> fjMr5 JE6 Helm had a sale the
20 msLt We understand Mr
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Helm intends to make his home
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in Kansas
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Mr Geo Y Helm and wife are
visiting in Indiana
Quite a number of young peo
pie attended the social given at
the Winfrey Hotel Russell
Springs Ey Tuesday the 19th
instTorn
regularI
appointment at R T Stearmans
last Sunday v
Alva Grider an optician of
Owensby was here last week
He has glasses to fit your eyes
Liberty and French Valley
met at Jas Darnells place in a
match game of ball on the 9
the score standing 3 to5 in
efavor of Liberty We feel sorry
for French Valley but cannot E
mourn i
mournThe
The following ladies were shop
shopi
ping in Russell Springs last
week Geneive Lapsley Lillie
demons Lizzie McElroy Nettie
Aaron Nina Montgomery Lola
Holt
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Aunt Bell Warner was called
Sfrom the stage of action Monday
MondayI
Oct 18 by the angel of death
We extend our sympathy to her
bereaved friends but would say
Weep not as those without
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Several of our citihs attend
ed Circuit court at Jamestown
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Tuesday
Rev AF XDhrisman and wife
will leave for abez Sunday to
begiri seriesvtf meetings
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