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Mr Henry Moss is here from Greens the
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Dr S D Crenshaw continues to < improve his
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MrsB Ingranj visited at Knifley
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Mr M Cravens condition is con
silvered better r
Mr Curt Bell Red Lick was here a
few days ago if
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Mr J D Sharpi vas here Monday wi
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Mr Edwin Cravens was quite sick ei
the first of the week
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Mr James Hovious of Hovious wasr
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here last Thursday pr
Mr A C WilcSxson of Fry was in co
Columbia last Monday to
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spent Sunday in this place
Airs T R Stults returned from a
Frankfort Monday afternoon Y4
Mr Leslie Allen of Bessemer Alata we
is visiting his parents in this countyh
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Mr B F Chewning and Mr Byron SI
Montgomery spent Sunday at homeoj
Mr B H Gilpin a popular grocery
salesman was in Columbia last Thurs be
day tl
Mr Fred McLean is sojourning in ftl
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Liberty Will be there for a week or of
two
Mr J B Barbeef who spent two
weeks in Florida is expected home twot
might
Dr T H Curd and wife of Mid of
ilesboro are spending a few days in 6
Columbiap
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Gov J R Hindman returned from ad
business trip to Dallas Texas the first n
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of last week
Mrs Hanibal McBeath why ffa very IIs
delicate lady has been quite sick for 1
the past week s Iv
Mrs Nannie Flowers and her son 11we
Mr W H Flowers are spending a
week in Louisville I
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Mr Mullinix who was thrown from a
his horse a few days ago and consider I
ably hurt is improvingC
Mr Geo H Gqwrty President of the I
Turnpike Company was here from I
Campbellsville Thursday i
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Rev T L Hulse preached a very
interesting and touching sermon at the
Methodest church Sunday forenoon
Mr Arthur Corbin and Ossie Corbin
Terre Haute hid are visiting the 1
family of Mr T F Corbin Cane
Valley J
MrsW J Callison of TMiddlesboro
is visiting relatives and friends in Co
lumbia stopping at the home of MrV E
W Reed
ReedMr M Stevenson and wife of IQ
near Montpelier were visiting rela
tives near Columbia last Friday and I
Saturday I
SaturdayMrs
Mrs T B Rice and little son of
Taylor county have returned home
after a pleasant visit with relatives at
this place I
placeMr L Henson who is a soldier in I
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the regular army stationed at Ft1
Riley Kansas is visiting his aunt j
Mrs J S Breeding this city j
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Mr J E Gowdy of Campbellsville
was here last Thursday Mr Gowdy is
a stave dealer shipping annually many
thousand to the eastern market
Messrs John M Logan and Thos
H Logan natives of this county who
have been living in Llacomb 111 for a
number of years are back on a visit
Miss Kate B Squires left last Friday
for Louisville and Cincinnati and will
be in the millinery market for the next
ten daysHer place of business nextI
Cane Valley I
Mr John McFarland was here from I
Rowena last Wednesday He returned
Thursday accompanied by his daught
er Mrs J T Goodman who will spend
several weeks on the river > j
Miss Alma Knight who is 0 pupil in
the LindseyWilson spent last Satur
day with her parents at Jamestown
Her father Mr W S Knight accom
panied her on the return trip I
LIFeese
Feese went to Campbellsville last Sat
urday met the adjuster for the Continental
tinental Fire Insurance Company who
paid Mr Feese the amount due him
from said company on the loss of his
dwelling
Mr Hugh Noe who spent several
days in Chicago and Milwaukee return
ed home last week The International
Harvesting Company offered a hand
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some premium some time ago to the
man who would sell the greatest Horn =
ber of wagons in a given length of
time and also a complimentary trip to
and from their fact desr Noe was
the lucky man
Dr John N Murrell wife and little
SOD of Elida New Me coarrivedbi
Columbia last Thursday afternoon ac
cbnipainea by Dr Murrell mother i
Mrs Lizzie Murrell and Mil Susan
Grwsora Dr Murxjell and family mil ya
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remain only a few days his mother
several months Columbia is Mrs Gris
soms home she having been on a busi
ness trip to New Mexico Dr Murrell
appears to be in fine health and he tells
News that he is doing a fine busi
ness at his profession in Elida TDuring
hisstay in the county he will be pleased
toieetall his old friends
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
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Closing Out
From now until further notice will e
will offer our entire atock of Merchan
dise at reduced pries in many instances s
less than Cost
In view of the fact that we will b e
asked many questions in regard to our
reasons etc will say that we are at
present undecided what our future
course will be but to any one wishing
go into the goods business we will
close out at any time our entire stock
including house and lot fixtures etc
This is a good stand and we have done
good business during the last seven
years we have been here which
owe largely to our many friends who
have stood by us all along to whom w e
extend a special invitation to call and
see the many bargains we are going to
offer
All goods we sell from now oh will
< for cash or produce or to parties
that will pay us when we call on them
and to others who secure us in some
way So come on and get your share
J these bargain goods
174t Very Respectfully
Nell Nell Gradyville Ky
The people living in the neighborhood
Red Lick Metcalfe county were
greatly excited last week over the ap
pearance of a mad dg A Strange
dog coming from the direction of Ed
tht e
community ond his actions showed that
something unusual was the matter
matteb
IIsomething He bit a sheep owned by
Mrs M F Hamilton and the sheep
went mad Every body WhO owned a
gun was after the dog
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Morgan Blair of Glehsfork left
19ftI
Tuesday morning for Louisville to sell
shipment of twentytwo thousand
pounds of tobacco They expect to re
ceive a good price as it is nearly all a
good grade of Burley w al
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LOUISVILLE MARKETS I
stocks
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Shipping steer > e 500550 t
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Fat heifers and cows 325375
Cutters y Is S2587o
Canners 10Q225
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Feeders 3754 5
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Common to fair cows KhOdfekOQ i
HOGS l
Choice 160 to 200 1000
Mediums 130 to IQ5 0359 70
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Roughs 945rSHEEP
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SHEEP AND LAMBSI
Best lambs 57575
Cullsr 300400
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Fat shee 350425
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Columbia Marker 1
POULTRYe
Eggs 15 I
tTrukeys s 10
Chickens 12
Ducks > I 8 I
GRAIN < t
Wheat 125
Corn TT S 90 I
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Just received J1 nice line of candies
from D Anerbach Sons of New II
York Call on us Young Bros
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Rhode Island Red eggs for sale 15
for sixty cents delivered at Columbia I
or Knifley by mail carrier If you I
want them send in your order and tell
what day Mrs J B Grant
Absher Ky
For Sale
eBlack Jack 7 years oli 14J hands
proven breeder Bay Stallion 5 years i
old 16i hands good breeder Cause for
selling I have gone into merchandise
businessJ t a Womack
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lied and Gres Foxes fi50 to X300
11Squirrels v Y SOto 100
Coon i s 75to 150
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CampiiSnsTille Ky
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ID BLAME THE HEN I 1
IWh n you get bad eggs for they wereg ood I
when she laid them
gYou can examine Insurance Companies and you can Candle Eggs
but after all isnt it best to demand the kind of Insurance fthat
you know is good all the timeo 1 5
i MUftREbL MILLER Columbia K a
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16tf V Sullivan
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Here is a Bargain For You
threeI
Daily CourierJournal by mail three
months and The Adair County News
one year both for only 175 The price I
of the daily CourierJournal is i a
year 150 for threemonths We have
made a special arrangement whereby j i
will orders for that i 5
we accept paper
and ours during January February and 1
March only at the price for both named 1
above Send in your subscription at
once and keep posted on the proceed j
ings of Legislature Sunday Courier I
Journal not included in this offer Send i
50 cents additional if Sunday isstfe is
desired i I I
Weekly CourierJournal is just as
good as it ever was We can furnish j
the Weekly and our paper both for one c
year for 150 j
We are now on the market for Hick 1
ory timber either in the log on our I
yard or we will buy it on the stump i
The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co i C
174t Columbia Ky i
For Sale jl
Some nice Thoroughbred Berkshire j
pigs Jno W Flowers j
172t Columbia Ky j
The Bassett Hardwood Lumber CoI 1
is now ready to receive hickory logs
or lumber at their mill in Columbia j
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All parties holding I accounts against I
Aaron Richards deceased are request i I
ed to present same tome on or before J
the first day of April 1910 j
tf Tom Powell adm j
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For Sale I I
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Pure bred S C Rhode Island Red v
Cockrelf 100 each Also eggs for
hatching same stock liK for 15 I I
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t ARE YOU GOING TO BUilD OR REPAIR
Earjasteasai s y4 w t k li ya a iif
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o S need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof =
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of every description Our stock of Siding <
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> jog is manufactured from Dry Lumber f
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assorted stock of Finishing Material of
any firm in this section of the State
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COLUMBIA KENTUCKY
Mr E A McKinley will grind for all i
who wish every Saturday at his mill I
154mI
Glensfork
I Winter oats seem to be an en
I tire failure in this section Some
wheat was also frozen out but
indications are at present that if
the spring is favorable an aver
1 age crop of wheat will be harvest
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Mr Forest Harvey who was
stricked a few days ago with a
severe nervous affliction is not
expected tolivee notI
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J A Chapman and wife
I Finis Thomas and wife and Robt
Wilborn and family left for
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Mississippi a few days ago
I Miss Tina Brockman is suffer
ing from a severe attack of
diptHeria I
dipttferiaJ I
J V Dudley who has been out
for some time teaching vocal
music returned home a few days
ago
agoHey I
Hey Tailey will conduct a
series of revival meetings at this
place beginning on the l thI
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For The SS Lands Sake Use I
Bowker Fertilizer
OkerI
I have been selling the old Bowker
Brands for the past six years and my
trade has increased from year to year b
IItrade
and this is evidence to me that the
S S Bowker FertilizerI
Is the best made for this section I have
sold these goods to Leading haveI
overthe county who have thoroughly
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I tried and tested them and will tell you
01Bowker
are the best that money can buy You
may buy goods for less money but re = g
member that cheap Fertilizers are very
N dear indeed when you come to veryI
Iyour crop Remember that
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I Bowkers Ky Special I
and TOBACCO GROWER Have an Extra 1
1 High percentage of Potash
I I will be atmy old stand r in dueI
I time for Spring Trade with a full supply
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I of Bowker Goods Call and see me
it and get prices I will also handle Home
I SOLOMON stead McPiLEY 1 Columbia Ky I
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LOWS S S
The Vulcan Plow is strong runs light
and as good as made
FIELD SEEDS
All kinds of grass seed free from Plan =
tin and other foreign seeds The best
on the Market
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bThe American Fence is the equal of any
I make Made to turn stock BothI
farm and PQultry at low price
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HARDWARE
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All kinds of hardware for the Farmers
FarmersII
We have what you need Call 011
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T JEffRIES RDWARE STORE J
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Matting Ingrain and Gran
oite Carpets before you buy ti
Several pattenna to select
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show 121 to 5 Oc per yard
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Columbia Ky
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If you wish to Buy or S Seli call on Him i
IE f O Office in BarnsUSEtiidmg over Pest OAlceS
Town Property and Fam LafcFw Safe
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