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1 W H GREGORY President Louisville Iy II
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Published Every Wednesday
vAdair County News Compan
Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests
if the city of Columbia and the people of Adair
sad adjacent counties
Watered at the Columbia Poatoffice at seconla
a mail matter
WED MAR 9 1910
The Ripper bill was passed by
the Senate last week and will be
vetoed by the Governor this
week After the Governor puts I j
his disapproval on the measure aJ
chance to make it a law by a
twothirds majority remains but
from its passage it appears that
such a majority does not quite
exist Plainly speaking no such I
measure should ever become
law A fair square deal ought
AI td
to b andV
to both parties Legislation 4 fo i
advance party interests is not
right The Ripper bill is not a
7 11
r measure full of merit but one
designed to deprive a man of oneE
party of his just rights and aid
the i Mayor of Louisville in build
< < ing a strong political organiza s
jiltiori We are 1I that
rf Senator Bertram of this District it
voted against it He is representing r
senting the people who elected
K him who stand for honesty onJ
17 t > every proposition
Every farmer oughtj to sow
oats The corn will soon be
hard to get and oats will in
come i n j
at the right time this year h
You dont hear so many telling lj
of the greatness o f President
Taft Before his election he was a
said to be a powerful large man n
f a
Dr B C Hyde has been in
c1 dicted charged with murdering
Chrisman Swope He isals 0
charged with trying to kill other
i relatives of Col Swope rthe e
are thirteen counts It will be
remembered that Col Swope E
+ v was a very wealthy mat Dr
< > Hyde being his nephew by mar r
t fVriage C
1 gThe
M The Adair County News ten
rr ders 4 its profoundest sympathy t o j
a R W Brown managing editor
of the Louisville Times who was
i fi i recently bereft of a loving moth
1 q er The end came at the homeJ
1 > of a son in Nashville Tenif and
> the interment was in theSRus
< v eliyille > Ky cemetery Mrs 1
Br6wn was in her 83d year She
y aa I 5 i
was a lady interlecturally strong I
writer of great ability
Former U S Senator Thomasy
C Platt of New York is dead
deadrj i
The Confederate pension bill
has passed both Houses of the
Kentucky Legislature and is now
in the hands of the Governor 1
By a party vote with the ex
ception that Senator Cha f berI
lain voted with the Republicans I
in favor of the measure the Sen j
ate last Saturday passed the Ad 1
ministration postal savings bank I
bill Amendments were adopted
oe iv
war or in other exigencies involv
nations i
funds in postal savings banks
may be invested in Government
other than the 2 per cent bonds
and also that depositors mayv
withdraw their money from these
banks upon demand
Milltown v
i i
< The health of this < community yT
is very good T 7r J
Mr Tilden f and Clarance Cal t
hours of Campbellsville w re L
visiting in this neighborhood sev
era days last week I
4 f ft Vi
Noel Thomas wasp in town
shopping last week
Miss Birt Thomas who was vis
iting relatives in Columbia has
returned home
Born to the wife of Charlie A
Thomas on the 24th Feb a boy i
Miss Annie Lizzie Squires is I
visiting Mrs Kate Dohoney of
hear here at this writing 1
eMr Hix Johnson left last Mon
day for Bowling Green where
he will enter the Business Col
lege v
IegeMr v
Mr and Mrs J W Townsend
and Mr and Mrs < WI A rindJ
man visited at Mrs Pate Thom
as Sunday week
Messrs Irvin Thomas and Rog 1
er Dean of the L WT Swar e
here last Saturday 1
0Miss Maggie Gundiff entered
the e J
pretty daysI
Mr Brack Cain of Bliss has
moved to his farm near here re
cently purchased of Mr Alver
R W Shirley bought a male
from P McCaffree for 175
> J R Shirley is building anew
addition to his dwelling
R W Shirley sold to Lafe
fme feor IJ
Dan Hatcher > Onier Goode and
several other v mfirOTen cre
eelhe K iic r
i N
Dirigo T I
MrL C Hindman Grady
ville was here last Saturday buy
ing hogs He bought five from
Melvin Petty two from Mose
Wooten and seven from R L
Campbell at 06 and 07 cents
per pound
Messrs Richard and Omar
McClister of Gadberry visited
relatives here a few days last
sweek t I
On account of rain the singing
1at Bird School House was not I
very largely attended but those
who did go reported a fine sing
ing Prof Stotts will sing there j
again the second Sunday in this I
f >
sMrs Marion Morris has been
on the sick list for the pasto + few
days but is somo better atnthis
i Melvin Petty went to Russell
Springs last Sunday His cousin
Miss Lizzie Petty of that place
accompanied him on his return 11
vtrip and will visit relatives in this I
section for the next few week
le 7 fJ yJ
7 Mr Henry F Gaston of Rugby
informed me last Tuesday that
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he would leave in a few days for
Oklahoma where he intends to
make his future home > <
Landy Stotts sold a horse to
W R Royse for 35
A mule belonging to Tyler
Williams got in the field with
John Thurmans sheep and killed
several of them It would be
ers of this section to go out of
the sheep business for awhile for
it seems that the decree is against
them 4 What few were left by
the dogs the mules < are killing
It is expected that Mrs Eliza
bath Drigger has become de
mented and that she will have to
be sent to the asylum
Arthur Royse sold his tobacco
to J W Simpson for 400 andI
to same party four shoatsfor
Well it begins to look like
Our farmers have begun to be
stir themselves The bushes and
briars are disappearing from
fence rows new fences are be
ing built and where the ground
is in a condition to permit it the
soil is being turned It looks
like now that a large crop will
be put out this year of both corn
and tobacco More wheat was
risq n last Fall than for many
years past andsince corn has
reached the dollar mark it looks
like still greater effort is goinsr
to be made along the line < SuC
We Have the Exclusive Agency for
Oliver Chilled Plow
0 K Stoves and Ranges
Majestic Ranges
Columbus WagonsI
lL H W Paints
Guaranteed 100 per cent pure
< y 0W e Want 0 0 H
6 0 0
I < 1To Talk to you about Buggies Wag = 8
< ohs Plows Stoves and Ranges < 0
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ti tf i lit
IW have the best Line of BUGGIES ever handled in r 0
this section of the State If you expect to buy a Ve = 0
Y hide this spring and want a good one it will be to
o 0
oyour interest to examine our Line and get our Prices
i ill
0before buying We bought to sell
H qll
0We have just received a car load of the dO
tIt Columbus Wagons Manufactured by the Interna = L 0
X tional Harvester Co i Every piece of fc material that A
4 goes into this Wagon is Guaranteed
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e a OUr stock ° of Stoves and Ranges comprise the Latest f
Patterns We also carry a large stock of Kitchen l
sfreaI oI
0 0UtensiIs
IQiUtensIls i 0 Y
I f I
0W e are Agents for the Oliver Chilled Plow the Origin =
al and Only Genuine Chilled Plow made Recognized
by Practical Farmers throughout the United States t
0as the best Plow on Earth Y
O W Jnvite you to visit our Storey 0
f 0
o 0O
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Reed Hardware Co
0 WW
Husse1 Building
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cess to you boys The farmer
is the backbone of the Nation
and it does me good to see you
ICane Valley =
Mrs Amanda Wallace is visit j
fog her son ° John in Oklahoma
Friday for Louisville where she
has a position <
Mrs Rose Stark and Mrs
Noniex Dohoney who have been
seriously sick are improving
R S Subblett the old pioneer
farmer who lives near the Green
River bridge was here last Fri
d yif v s v f j i J
Robert the oldeiifcjson of W I
Feeee meaner inghisJife
la9tTueedY t Hend his broth
er were cutting a large tree and
it fell differently from where
they were expecting and caught
him under it His little brother j
ummoned some neighbors and
prized I the tree up and pulled out
a very bad hurt boy He was
saved by a large limb that was
on the under side of the tree AtI
this writing he is getting along 1
fairly well
Mr Tom Coffey of Columbia J
purchased lot from 0 W Mc
Allister last Wednesday and con
tracted with J C Subblett to
build a house
Willie McAllister of Shelby I
yule purchased the stock of
groceries of E C Page last
week Mr Page has a position
at Fraiikfort and will leave next
week for that lace
The stock holders of the Cane
Valley canning factory met at the
bank last Wednesday and apr
pointed a committee to buy out
and not build the plant Which
was done in a nice manner and
the farmers all returned home
knowing well they had the worth
of their money in the way of ed
uc anon
J f
and lagrippe in this community
0Mrs Mary Humphrey who
has been Very sick is able to be
out again
Robert Bright > of AtchisonV
Taylor county Who is logging j
nearElhi a spent Saturday ands
Sunday at this place i v X

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