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1 t Ef Official Vote of Adair County Election 1909 andDistri t
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WEST COLUMBIA 140 115 154 139 108 IQ 101 109 129 118 99 llll 125 113 uJ 8S 118 103 120 8 M154 49
EAST COLUMBIA 266 254 267 263J 143 146 134 m 134 14K 138 132 157 146 110 147 140 153 16 175 253 54
MILLTOWN 2661254 108 10Q 79 78 7C 7 FS 32 78O 78 799O 79 14011 4 4t93 18
KELTNER 1032 14 1 99 101 lOb 99J 108 104 104 29 99 103 96 99 99 104 1 15 I
c S GRADYVILLE 98 90 100 91 164 163 1KJ lea 161 165 152 162 169 I 162 157 164 164 169 I 1 14 65 17
ELROYVI 168 133 141 ia 140 138 109 130135 135 140 141 I39 141 108 137 136 138 5 6rl20 17
HAikoiyio9o21o7 9J 41 38 38 4O39 40 386041 41K32 39 39 3 533751i3O
GLENVILLE J19a 180 187 1991 105 104 98 105 108 104 1073001 111 lOffl 74 101 81 107 Jlj 71
WHITE OAK 141 142 139 178J 182 177 169 174 162 178 177 13Sf 180 191 148 167 177 178 7 38 14 j 20
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LITTLE CAKE89 1 101 91I 163 163 161 164 148 167 164 158 1t 157 168 164 174 163 4 7576T 24l
PELLYTONV 82 8577 85 69 70 64 6j 67 68 73 70 I Ji8 70J 58 68 67 69 27 r I 1512
ROLEY i 121 101 123 139 168 167 166 167 187 169 172 162 169 133 149 167 157 168 II 159 115 23
CANE VALLEY13 134 149 145 151 147 145 148 142 146 138 144 149 146 134 145 138 147 41
1461134 14t f
I EGyPT 76 74 76 7fl 60 60 61 58 1 142G 6559j 601 59 58 6116t 5 91 4162 15
r TOTAL 1735fl62217331760hd73 16631581 1636 12f61I64 1603 17101647 14661657 1631 1699 82k626 U 392
1 1 MAJORITY + 87 157 I j 501 tr = Tl i 647IIt66r66i16ltl 1 611 =
Indian Summer was with us last
week The weather was idealI
5555 Ladies of the Methodest Church will
I give an entertainment Thanksgiving
r eveningMr
I Mr L B Hurt will erect a cottage
to rent ona lot next to the home of
Rev JThompson
< TheAErchants are now dressing their
windows with many handsome articles
suita ie for Christmas presents
I Xjaave two mare mules coming four
I amFdne horse mule coming six for sale
J M Wilson Gradyville Ky
Thanksgiving comes on the 25th of
the mbnth Turkeys are now beipg i
fattened and many will be devoured on
that day
Rube Lavender who was shot by
Henry Bardin last week is improving
veryslowly but it is genQrally believed j
1h the will get well j
Mr L B Hurt has rented apart
ments from Mrs Sallie Bradshaw and
= will remove to her property on Burkes
yule Street this week
The following persons were elected
trustees for the town of Columbia last
Tuesday A H Ballard John B Cof
fey WT McFarland J F Patteson
and Charley Sandusky
I would be glad to hear from my half
r brother Caleb Keltner When last
heardfrom ten years ago he was liv
l ing in Texasp W R Willis
f Columbia Ky
Mr C F Mullinix and family have
j removed from Cumberland county to
Columbia and are occupying a neat
residence near the Fair Grounls recent
ly built by Mr Mullinix This a good
family of people and we are glad that I
they have located in our midst
I have a good home in the suburbs of
Columbia for sale There are six
rooms to the dwelling good water and
outbuildings a desirable home There
are two or more acres of land It lays
well all in grass Henry Farlee
Ir3t Columbia Ky
MrPV Grissom has removed tothe
4Iesidenceon Water street vacated by
4IIr Ed Sinclair and known as the Ed
Reed property Mr Sinclair removed
t01 his residence on the Campbellsville
IReed below the cemetery vacated by
Mr W J H Shipp and family
Mr Coy E Dudgeon and family are
now residents of Columbia They are
occupying rooms in the Christian col
Soceupyirlg Mr Dddgeon and wife
are well acquainted here where they
iaad many friends during their stay
t last year They will duro missed from
their former homeCane Valley
llraZ T Williams met with a
An Htfal accident last Thursday night a
S few minutes after dark She and Mr
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f f l sms were in a buggy and were en
q Ttxrce to the courthouse where a meet
jag wax in progress When near the reel
die of Mrs Marcum the horse ran
alIt an obstruction stopping awl
dSatIy4 V throwing Mrs Williains f ro0
the Vsiide At first it was tlxmghJt
I tbt ibsM badj j hurt but fortunate
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Notice To Tax Payersh
All state and county taxes that are
unpaid on December 1st are subject to
the penalty and cost as fixed by law
and are going to be collected at once If
you wish to save this penalty and extra
cost you had better get busy and do some
paying This means every tax payer
in Adair county who has not paid on
above date this 8th day of Nov 1909
tf W B Patteson S AC
Fatal Stabbing
4 serious trouble came up at Webbs
X Roads Russell county on electiont
day We do not know the particulars
I but give the story as it was told to uat
Edmund Bryant it is said was attack
ed without provocation by a man named
Tarter and after Bryant had been
struck over the head several times with
a stick he drew a knife and stabbed
Tarter Tarter was conveyed to his
home where he lingered several days
and died The above statment was gath
ered frpm a gentleman who was in Rus
sell county last Saturday
Good Roads LostJustices
The good roads amendment to the
Constitution lost in Adair county For
the amendment 145 against 462 The
following Justices were elected
John Eubank Democrat
J M Willis Democrat
G W Pickett Republican
Wm Harvey Republican i J 4
Jo Rosenbaum Democrat r > S
S P Sullivan Republican
R M Cooper Republican H 1 1I <
Our Population
The census of the town of Columbia
have been taken by Mr Jo N Conover
There are 1040 persons who reside in
side of the corporate limits the limits
extending onehalf mile from the court
house There are fully five hundred
people who live just over the line and
who are tivns people to all intense and
purposessome of them doing business
on the square making the number of
residents who claim Columbia as their
home 1500
A Dedication
On Saturday the 20th day of this
month the new Masonic Hall at Har
rodsfork church will be dedicated with
imposing ceremonies The dedicatory
services will either be performed by
the Grand Master of the State or by
some other brother appointed by him
All Masons is good standing are cordial
ly invited to attend There will be din
neron the ground and everybody is in
vited to bring wellfilled baskets It
will be a day of rejoicing and every
Mason I who can should put in an ap
pearance 12t r
The Meeting Closes
Eld W H Pinkerton of the Ghris
tian Church closed his series of ser
mons at this place last Sunday night
The meeting was in progress for nearly
three weeks the audiences growing 14
largely that the services had to be re
moved from the Church buildingto
court house Notwithstanding the Jreat
interest manifested only a few cwi
need themselTes with the Church As
a Bibical scholar Eld Pink rton ranks
with the most noted of ak ClrtHKJti and
ktt if a stroof and foreiW speaker a
n that people take i ebit inlwai
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ing The song service throughout was
helpful and very much enjoyed
Will Remove From Columbia
The many friends of Mr T R Stults
who has been a resident of Columbia
for the past sixteen years will regret
to learn that heis seriously contem
plating locating elsewhere He has 1
several places in view but his mind is
not yet made up as to the exact point
Mr Stults his son Ewing and daught
i er Miss May all possess fine business
I qualifications and Mr Stults is of the
I opinion that good situations will be
opened to all three of them in a shortf
timE It is hoped that something will
turn up thatwill be an inducement foid
this family to remain here but should
they remove elsewhere their departure
would beregretted both by town and
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Town Lots For Sale
I have forty town lots in the imme
diate suburbs of Columbia for sale at
I 150 per lot They are all building lots
I I also have two houses and lots in thcw
same locality which I will sell one at I
550 the other at 750 I also have a
86QOO farm for sale I can sell ore
I 3000 worth it a purchaser should want
I it cut or I will dispose of the entire
tract to one party Either sale of farm
will include a good dwelling good or
I chard two good wells anda good
spring It is located on the Milltown
I and Greensburg road in Adair county
I 10 miles from Greensburg One third
cash balance on extended time if pur
i chaser so desires N M Tuttn
S Columbia Ky
qg see J E Johnston Milltown Ky I
Graded School Literary SocietyI
The first program of the Literary
I Society rendered by the pupils in Prof
I Wilsons and Mrs Greys department
was given at the Graded School Friday
The sentiment of the program and
its careful preparation showed much
thought on the part of the teachers
while its rendition betokened an
aroused interest and ambition on the
part of the pupils Every recitation
and impersonation was well given and
the music bright and catchy
The school paper The Chronicle
edited by Miss Ella Walker was an
unusually strong attractive organ
The parents of the pupils in the de
partments mentioned were invited to
the entertainment and all were enthu
I siastic in their praise of the Graded
Increased admiration for the teach
ers and their splendid work is daily 1
voiced by the people of our town
The school has already stamped itself
with success v
Shorthorn Cattle
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btI taifo Pd DanyillerIXS ip f
crgt t i r es coming4om diC
tiiwfc Ijuhctf p erved a f 12 roclock
Sale begins at Ip mIt
Stanford Ky RR No a
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fxcitement Running High in Rus
2 sell County Over the Killing
4 of Taylor Sullivan byS
i j Walter Pierce
Great excitement has prevailed in
Russell county since the killing of Tay
lor Sullivan by Walter Pierce at Rowes
X Roads on the day of the election
Pierces father was also implicated in
the killing Soon after the shooting
the Pierces made their escape into
Clinton county where they were arrest
ed and lodged in Jail The Russell au
thorities were notified and the prisoners
brought to the Jamestown bastile
Soon after they were landed in James
town there evidences of a mob forming
and a strong guard was placed at the
jailanditwas believed that an effort
would have been made Sunday night by
the mob to secure the prisoners but
the officers maintained the law by
spiriting the accused to Somerset jail
where they will doubtless remain until
the next term of the Russell circuit
court Jt is said that whisky was the
whole cause of the murder
Old Voters
Dr JT Lapsley the oldest living
graduate of Centre College now in
the 91st year of his age on yesterday
cast his 70th annual vote He cast his
first vote in the presidential election
in 1838 and has never missed a vote
since that time He has voted in 18
presidential races anjl is still active
and enjoys most excellent health
Judge W F Owsley who has fyeen
spending the summer with Mr and
Mr J E Allen goes Dr Lapsley a
few years better He left Danville for
Louisville Monday where on yester
day he cast his 76th annual ballot
He cast his first vote in 1832 and is
mile and harty at 97 Danville Advo
c ate
About twenty years ago Dr Lapsley
was pastor of the Presbyterian Church
here and is remembered by quite a
number of friends in Adair county
Judge Owsley is a native fo Cumber
landcou1ty and is also wellknown in
Columbia For five or six years he
was a regular visitor to the Columbia
Fair When he left Burkesville where
he spent the greater portion of his life
he was reputed to be the wealthiest i
manm Cumberland county He is the
father of W F Owsley Jr
Action of Cane Valley Bank S
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Farmers Bank Cane t Valley Ky
held Nov 6th 1909 the following
namedgEmtlemen were named as direc J
tors for next year S G Banks vT G
Sublett James Butler J C Bauft T
T Tupman W NTSmitfv W I Feese
A R Feese and Isf M Hancock
Mr F P Rice who is preparing to
move to Campbellsville Ky who has
been a director and Vice President of
the bank since it was organized ten
dered his resignation as director and J
G Sublett was chosen to take his place
on the board The board of directors
passed a resolution thanking Mr Rice
for his services as director and Vice
O WMcAlhster who has been a di
rector for the past two years tendered
his resignation as a director and Mr
James Butler was elected to fill the va
Immediately following the stockhold
ers meeting the new directorsmet and
elected the following officers for the en
suing year
S G Banks was reelected President
W N Smith was elected to succeed
F P Rice as Vice Prest 0 W Mc
Allister was reelected as Cashier and
his salary increased to 10000 per
1month Callison was elected as assist
ant Cashier
Nl4 Hancock was made chairman
of the board of Directors the bank is
in prosperous healthy condition and
will make 8 per cent thisyear
JG Sublett
Now the election is over lets look
after the Railroad l Come to tKe
dburt hous Saturday ev mng4afc 1
oelook and we will take tep iixHfce
matter of a Railroad to G e nSburg
s N IL Tutt JR pindman l
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The following Is a list of claims allow
ed at the October term of the Adair
Fiscal Court 1909
JW Sublett Bro for furn
ishing paupers S 119 25
G W Rubarts for furnishing
paupers 4387
S T Bennett for furnishingJ
road lumber 7 17
G R Redmon for furnishingC
paupers 25 50
J M Campbell for furnishing
road lumber 6 25
W H Burress for furnishing
Lem CoomerforfurnishingroadT
material 3 38
Alex Floyd for furnishing pau
per 5 00
Wheat Williams for furnishing
ing paupers 37 50
Same for furnishing road ma
terial 2 25
J P H F Coffey forrepair
ing road tools 4 65
Robt Ingram for furnishing V
pauper 15 60
A W Roe for servicesas Con
stable 11 25
Same for serving road orders 2 50
W T Grissom for medical at
tention to pauper 6 00
Wilmore Moss for furnishing
paupers 45 00
W R Knifley for furnishing
paupersV 32 80
C C Stevens for furnishing
paupers I 16 73
Dock Grant for damage to plow 3 60
W R Grissom for medical at
tention to pauper 5 00
W L Walker for furnishing
paupersV V 224 26
Same for road material 3 16
C Moss for furnishing pauper 13 00
LR Chelf for furnishing pau
pers V 10786
Martha Taylor for furnishing a io
pauper K 13 00
N R Roach for furnishing pau
per i 3900
J G Grove forfur ishing pau
pers 13 00
Z T Gabbert for medical at 4
tention to pauper 10 00
Jas McQueary r road materi
al r 400J
Chapman Bros for furnishing
pauper 13 00
W F Jeffries Sons 0 for road
paterial u 8 27
Same for material to Court
house 9 05
Tom Bryant for furnishing pau b
per 4 00
Wes Smith for bridge lumber V 8 20
WJ Ga bert for bridge lumber 2 00
T J Patton for bridge lumber 2135
1 C Harmon for furnishing
paupersV 5 00
Dr AV V leathery for medic
al attention to pauper 500
iH T Baker Assg for printing
V ballotsV 26 50
J G Gadfaerry for bridge lum
Jo Beard for furnishing p uper52 00
G B Murphy for bridge lum
ber V 725
I Adair County News for printing 113 12
Eubank Sons for furnishing
paupers 52 00
J B Jones for 2 pauper coffins 10 00
J N Murrell Co for furn
ishing paupers 39 00
Flowers Nell for pauper coffin 5 00
Nell Nell for furnishing pau
per 54 25
L E Lowe for work on jail c 6 50
S P Miller for medical atten
tion to pauper 15 00
W W Kirtley for furnishing
pauper 12 50
Walker Absher for furnishing
pauper > 26 00
Coomer Gow n for furnishing
paupers 98 00
W L Brockman for burial
goods to a pauper 8 52
T B Cravens for services as i
Stenographer 5 00
W H Cave for repairing Plum
Point bridge 5 00
Jo Helton for guarding Major
Nelson 3 00
Tom Powell for same services J 3 00
S H Mitchell for same ser
vices 3 00
A D Patteson for same ser
vices 200
Lewis Dudley for same services 2 00
Pickett Howard for f furnish
ing pauper 6 62
Grider Morrison Co for
bridge lumbed 2 74
G R Shelton for services as
School Supt 350 00
J Hancock for seryicesasjQun
I t1Ju dt iii ww 0 1 tt r 250 00
GSnthe1fo services as
1 XIkHinty tty Tv1 250 00
Qrw e od iuipier lQ 1 9
Jhfc Diddietfor bnd e lamber 51 68
Dr U L TaylOr drjnedical
attention to pauper 2 5Q
Chapman Co for naflsi eJqr <
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G F Stults for lumber for S
f road 535
U L Taylor for services as
Health Officer 262 < 50
W E Hancock for bridge lum
ber 200
J F Neat for cost in IL LI 7
V Taylor case 12 95
W B Patteson for cost in same
case J s 160
J H Grady for cost in same
case 2 00
C M Russell for cost in same
case 2 00
W F Cartwright for cost in J
sameCaseV 20OV
W R Grissomfor cost in same i
case 200
T R Stults for cost in same 4
case 50
E B Atchison for medical at
tention to pauper 2 00
N A McKinley for bridge
lumber 5 00
Melvin Petty for furnishing pau
perV 13 00
W B Patteson for services as V
Sheriff 1 101 55
W B Patteson for serving road V
orders V 22 50 V
L C Nell for Medical attention V
to paupers 17X00
J H Pike for bridge lumber 465a
S P Miller for poorhouse phy
sician 30 00V
S J Hancock expenses to Sheep
Breeders Assn v 10 60
G P Smythe for same services 10 60
R K Young for same services 10 60
G W Pike expenses to Board
of Equalization 13 00 t
S Ray Conover for same ser V
vices 15 00
T R Stults for same services 15 00
A W Tarter for services as
JailorV 187 45 V
T R Stults for services as
County Clerk 7965
Same for maKing road orders V
c VV 60 20
11 Hancock for viewing outI
r oadsI 2900
T R Stults for same services 10 00
S P Sullivan for services as
Magistrate 3500
John Eubank for same services 31 00V
W E Hancock for same ser
vices x 40 00
G W Pickett for same services 35 00
Jo Rosenbaum for same ser f
vices 36 > 00
C C Roe for same services 35 00
C G Jeffries for sameservices 5500
T R Stults for Clerk Fiscal
CourtV V 1200
J Hancock for holding inquests V V
c VV 1500
B V Hovious for furnishing j
pauper V 13 00
Stateof Kentucky 1
lt T R Stults Clerk Adair County
V Court certify that the foregoing is a
true and correct copy of the list of
claims allowed at the October term of
the Adair Fiscal Court 1909 Given un
der my hand this Nov 4th 1909
A Copy
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By M JE StultsC
There are on my premises two black
sows with slit in each V ear will weigh
about 120 pounds have nine pigs Own
er can have them by paying feed tiill1
and for this notice
2tDr CD Moore
Latest Quotations on Live StockV
Shipping steer V 450525
Beef steersf V 225490
Fat heifers and cows 300350
Cutters < 300350
Canners 100200
Bulls 300350
Feeders VVr 300350
Stockers 300400
Choice milch cows 35004500
Common to fair cows 10002000
Choice 160 to 200 770780V
Mediums 130 to 160 770780
Pigs 720730
Roughs 0 700
Best Iambs Tv 550600
Culls 3oo4oo
Fatsheep 5 300350V
I Columbia MarketV
EggsV 24
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Trukeys y iyvuv lO V
Chickens Ducks i > f ft v 06 8 V
Wheat v 0 v 105
Cornvii i v 80
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