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A G Norris was here last Thursday
i Mr W A Hunter was here lastin
inThursday
ThursdayDr
Dr J T Jones < ° Montpelier was
i h re Monday v 4 1
tar JT Goodman was in Burksville
a day or two of last Week
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Mr D A Hatcher was here from
Campbellsville few days ago
Mr J E Lane wellknown traveling
I man was here a few days ago
Mr J F Cabell and his little son
Henry of Miami were here Monday
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Mr TB Pemberton of Horse Cave
tr aveling salesman was here Friday
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I Judge H H Dnnbar of Jamestown
was here last Friday enroute for Tom
kinsville
Mr Robt Chewning and family of
nearCoburg visited relatives here Sat
Sundayi
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Mrs Tinie Wells of Russell Springs
spentlast week with her cousin Mrs
J F Montgomery
Mr J F Rexroat and son Basil of
thee
Sparksville country
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Mr J 0 Redford Horse Cave a
i wellknown traveling salesman was
agoF
Eld J Q Montgomery of Liberty
i was here Friday to see old friends and
look after a little business
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Dr Menzies and family have return 1
ed from a few weeks visit to Mr S L
Kinnairds Red Lick
Louise littledaughter of Mr and
Mrs Grover Grissom who has been
sick for several weeks is improving
k rapidly
Dr DJ Roberts and wife of Nash
ville are visiting thef amilies of Messrs
RG and G B Breeding at Breeding
i this county
Rev E W Barnett of Christian
county is visiting in Columbia stop
ping at the home of his brotherinlaw
Mr James Garnett
N Mr A A Miller who has had fever
for several weeks and who suffered
back set is again on the mend but he
l is improving very slowly
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Miss Annie Smith of this place will
teach at Glenville Ga and will leave
bestl
communityi
Mra Rollin Hurt and Mrs M E Do
honey paid the News a pIe asant visit a
few days ago While here Mrs Do
honey paid up and advanced the News
another year to a sister in Oklahoma
Dr UL Taylor left this morning
for White Mills Hardin county where
he will meet Mrs Taylor who has
been visiting there for two months the
two returning home the last of this
week
Mr Henry N Smithe who makesi
° his headquarters at Kansas City Mo
is spending a few weeks with his p r
t ents relatives and friends For several
ears Mr Smythe has been in the rail
road business
1 Oklahoma City Okla
I Adair County News I
We arrived here on Wednes I
day Nov 10th at 10 oclock P
t M We made good connection
all the way and had a fine trip
Mrs Williams brother met us at
ithe depot and ye have been hav
ing a splendid time in the great
City of Oklahoma I heard my
brother inlaw J HO Smith
k preach for the first time yester
day He has a great church here
and ii doing a great work About
I i thirteen hundred members haVe
r I I fellows hip in this church
fellowsThe
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r to itc ommd3ite the members ipi
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and they are going to build aI
larger one I preached last night
to an audience of five or six hun
dred people
It is great pleasure to preach to
such an audience that listen with
in tense interest
There were 5 additionsat the
evening services <
This is a great City It has a
populatioriof about sixtythou
sand and has about sixty miles
of Asphalt pavement It is the
prettiest city in the west The
streets are broad and clean
Concrete side walks every where
remind me so much of home
It is the finest city in the world
for automobiles and they are
here in great numbers Proper
ty is very high and rent is high
too It is the windy city of the
west We are glad of our copo
rial standing for it is our f safe
gard againstbein turned into
an aeroplane
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It has been raining here since
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we came The ground is thor
oughlywet now for the first
time for a long while The dry
summer has cut the crops short
especially the cotton crop but
money is a plentiful and business
lively and they have plenty to
eat But old Kentucky corn cake
is put of the question Hot bus
cuit once and awhile Alfalfa
grows fine here and they have
plenty of hay They publish
four dally papers here and have
four lines of railroad running in
to the city Buildings are going
up like magic property advanc
ing all the time I have not seen
much of the country yet
We expect to go to Niles some
time this week to begin a meet
ing Well be there ten days or
perhaps two weeks If any of
our friends want to writers they
can address us there Send the
News there next week and put
on this weeks issue with it
There are a great many Ken
tucky people here They are
conducting thesmelves in such a
nice way that they are doing
credit to old State I have not
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met j up with many > that 3 I ever 1
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It is very warm and isdampx
misty weathernow
Will write again soon J
Zfe Williams
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The youngpeople atfi getting busy
preparing for the holidays rv t
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Dirigo
J M Campbell sold a cow and
calf to Laurence Young for 31
50I
Mrs Arthur Stotts has had a
very severe spell of fever but is
some better at this writing
Mr J W McClister spent a
day or two last week with her
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parents near Fairplay
Elroy Roe the popular stock
dealer of Sparksville paid our
town a call last week
Dr U L Taylor was here
last Tuesday visiting schools
Mrs 3 E Epperson and son
IMrs
Paulo Roy spent several days
last week with the formers
daughter Mrs RL Campbell
successfullspellings
spellings ever held in this com i
munity was pulled off at Inde
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pendence last Wednesday night
There was a very good crowd
present the best of order pre
eYour E3aE3HE3BE3f3E38E38Q D
Your Lives
Your Homes Barns a
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Your Health M
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Against X cidenta
WITH Murrell Miller 1
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I I vailed and the spelling well it
just simply could not have been
better They spelled until 10
oclock and tied both times
Creed Stotts Bliss visited his
daughter Mrs Mose Wopten lest
week lestI
John Lowe the popular shoe
man of Columbia was calling on
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our merchants last Thussday
Hardin Doss gave a very
hnice little show at Indepedent
last Thursday night
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Arthur Stotts sold ten acres of
land of W A Jones for 100
He bought a mule from same
party for 70
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R 0 Stotts bought fifteen
acres of land from ZT Bennett
for 100 Mr Bennett is erect
ing a small hou e near the one
he sold to Mr Stotts Thus our
town continues to g owc
A very valuable
very mare the pro
perty of Lee Sparks ran away
last Sunday night and broke a
leg which killed her
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aD C Wheeler Grady ville and
Tad Breeding p FkesvilIe were
I here last Tuesday buying cattle
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iJ W anti JM Campbell did 1
I Business at Tory last Thursday t
i and Friday
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good hogdlhngweth
weather and > o
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quite a number have be e1t t
I slaughtered in this community
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1 ATTE NTIoNI1
The Firm of W F Jeffries Sc Sons wii continue
the same as in the past and the courtesies here
to = fore extended Will be cheerfully carried out
The outstanding business will necessarily have f I
to be settled therefore all persons indebted to
zi the firm are revuested to call and pay toII
u ° 1 < the old business is closed up we will be compelled
v = ° to sell for cash The undersigned are thankful
for past favors promieing to do their best to
III sro v4 please In the future 1
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Bovlf1 g Green Kentucky
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IDuring the civil war seventy
five men who were citizens of
Adair county Ky were drafted
to serve in the Union army but
rather than serve they paid for I
a substitute three hundred dol
lars is what they were required
to pay If there is now living
any of I the seventyfive men
mentioned above or if they are
not living if they have heirs
living if they will write R L4
Campbell Dirigo Ky who is
an authorized Attorney he can
collect the above mentioned
claims for them
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PUBLIC SALEyIj
OF a Ai
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Shorthorn Cattle
At GL NBURNIE on TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 23 1909 Conveyances
both at Stanford and Danville free of I
charge for parties coming from dis
tance Lunch served at 12 l oclock
Sale begins at 1 pm
M i H Y P HAWKINS
Stanford fey RrEvIq2
Thursday will be Thanksgiving The
butiniw hou e will clote and attend I
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services at the Presbyterian Church J
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Fifty cord 4 foot wood at Lindsay
Wilson We want dead wood and must
be sound tf
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Notice To Tax Payers
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All state and county taxes that are
areI
unpaid on December 1st are subject to
the penalty and cost as fixed by law I
and are going to be collected at once If
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you wish to save this penalty and extra
cost you had better get busy and do some
paying This means every tax payer
jn Adair county who has not paid on
above date this 8th day of Nov 1909 <
tf W B Patteson S 1909I
See that the poor of the town have j
something nice to eat Thanksgiving
For Sale
A high grade Bush Gerts piano
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LOUISVILLE MARKETS
YLatest Quotations on Live d StocK
CATTIFa
Shipping steer f i t w > 54bO
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Fat heifers and cows 3 003 50
Cutters 300350
Canners > i00200
Bulls 300350
Feeders 30Q350
Stockers i V 3 004 00
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Common to fair cows 10 0020 OG
HOGSChoice 7857 95
Mediums 130 to 160 785795
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Roughs 720
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Culls 300x00
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POULTRY
Eggs tfr 25
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Du < ks 7
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Corn i 80
young girls are Victims 1
of headache as well as older women
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