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The health of this community
is very good at this writing
We are having some pretty
weather and the farmers are
making good useof it
Several tobacco beds have been
burned in thiscommunity
Wheat looks very promising in
this community x
iBorn to the wife of Mr Rufus
Neat on the 3rd a girl
Mr L P Bottom of Russell
Springs visitedfrelatives in this
neighborhood last Saturday and
Sunday
Mr J B Abrell bought one
Prin ce
not known
Mrs Sarah Abrell was visitj
ing Mrs May Piles one day last I
week
Mrs Maud Tarter of Casey
county is visiting iends in this
community Dr Derr man who has been I
confined to his room for sometime
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time is able to be out again We
are glad to see him out
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Maa t
tie were visiting Mrs Sarah
Abrell last Monday SarahI
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Mr J W Hurt of Golnmbia
was visiting at J B Abrells last
Tuesday night
Miss Pearl Williams visited her
cousin Mr Joe B Neat one
onelnIght
night last week
Aunt Sopha Smiley who
has been quite sick for sometime
time is better at this writing
Mr Johnnie Beard of Neats
burg was here one day last
week
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The health of this commuriitys
is very good at present
Wheat is looking fine now in
some parts maybe this will be a
good wheat year
The farmers are making prep I
arations for workbut this is
March the worst month of the
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The frogs are making a noise
noiseI
now but if they are not careful
carefulI
they will be looking through ice 1
some morning 1
Born to the wife of E X <
Wade a fine son j
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J S Wade traded a mare to
Joe Tarfer for a span of mules j
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and gave 170 in turn s
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E W Wade bought a horse of I
S Wade for 60 r j
makins IE
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J C Gaskin conducted a sing i
singIing
ing at Clear Spring last Wednes a
day night L
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F M Wilson will teach ourI
school at Clear Spring this year
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Mr Wilson is a successful teach v
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J W Bradley our merchant
is doing good business
Rev W N Coffey and wr feI
were the guest of their dough l
er Mrs Ida Hopper c Thursday S
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tryIf the members of t the General 1 I
Assembly will only stop trying 1
to pass the county unit bill and 1
go home the prosperity of the J
state will soon be revived B Pu
the extravagant expenditures
being made will soon sink 1 ese
state into an endless eternity I
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There appeared in the Inland I
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in that letter Mr W gave a most I
de tarledex p 4f lJlfktp 01
tented Formula which most
people were actually chiseled out
of their money which they had
earned by hard labor And the
stuff proved by anyalysis to be
1just about half as good as the
manufactured fertilizer Those
who bit at the bait are now reap
1 ing their reward
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Several fromthis place were ins
Columbia County Court day
Mrs Margaret Bennett who
I makes her home with Mrs R W
Hurt has been very sick for the
past week
Mr Leslie Allen of Bessemer
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Ala visited his parents Mr
I and Mrs Sam Allen at thisplace
several days of last week
Brack Gain of Bliss was at
this place last week buying cat
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Helen Willis and Susie Morrison
visited Mrs Jennie Johnson Fri I
day of last week t
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Mrs Jasper Gadberry who has I
been very ill is no better at this i
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Mr and Mrs Sam Allen visit
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ed Mrs Nannie Johnson at COI
lumbia last Monday j
Master Hollis Morrison attend j
day ed church at Glensfork last Sun ii
dayLittle
Little Miss Ester Dohsney of
near Columbia spent last week
with Mr and Mrs W R ekI
IJOIhoney
Mr Jack Stotts of Bliss made
madeI
a business trip to this place last
Tuesday 1 Ii
Mr and Mrs X Loy of
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Creelsboro visited Mr and Mrs
James Frankum at this place la st
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Sunday and Monday
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Editor News II
I will give a history of my trip
I left Campbellsville at six
0 clock a m February 28th We
arrived at Lebanon too late for
Iarrived
the Louisville train so we had to
layover there till 7 p m We I
arrived in Louisville at 10 We I
got to Ashland at 1125 p mI
This is a fine country The
land is very rich Some corn to
shuck yet Corn is 60 cents per I
bushel The man I am working r
for said that he gathered 95 bush
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bushels of wheat per acre 50I
VIe are having fine weather i
and farmers are getting syI
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Work is plentiful here single
men get from 250 up singIel c
There is not a Negro in this
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Will writo more next time 1
Jasper Doss R F D No3 i I
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Facing death from shot and shell in
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A Stone of Kemp Texas than facing
it from what doctors said was cousump
tion I contracted a stubborn coldhe
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writes that developed cough that
stuck to me in spite of all rememdies
for years My weight ran down to 130 f
alpounds Then I began to use DrKing s
New Discovery which completely
poundsd
For coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma
Hemorrhage and lung trouble its su <
preme 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free 1
Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co
Theodore Roosevelt is to bel
offered the presidency of the ex
position which is to be held iH
New Orleans to celebrate the
opening of the Panama ekposi is
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Our farmers are taking advan
tape of the nice weather and are
preparing for a large corn crop
Wheat is looking better since
the warm days have come
MrH S Gee representing
the Belknap Hardware Co was
calling on our merchants one day
last week
Misses Venia and Lena Tur
ner of Inroad visited their sis
1ter Mrs Finis Harvey near this
place last week
Mr Bobt McCaffree of Co
lumbia was here one day last
week
Mr James Lewis of L WIT
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1 and Sunday r
V Sullivan passed through
here last Thursday
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Miss Annie Strange of Dirigo
I and Miss Rosa Sparks were the
I guests of Miss Pearl Lewis
Thursday
IThursday
Mr Barlow representing
Stratton Terstege Co was
here Wednesday x
Several of our farmers are
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selling all their hogs because
they get a good price becauseI
Well what will they do for meat I
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Burbridge Arthur Morrison Dal
las Morrison and G W aII
all of this place were in Colum
bia Thursday
Rev James Black filled his
regular appointment at Concord
the third Sunday in last month
with a very able discourse
Mrs John Darnall visited Mrs
Jasper Gadberry ThursdayI
Begin to save up your eggs for
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Representative Government in
Kentucky is seriously threatened
when it comes to a point that
session after session various
members of the Legislature be 1
tray the sacred trust reposed in
them Many wellinformed peo
pIe now contend that representa
tive government is a failure and
it must be admitted that the I
present session of the Legisla 1
ture is at least no argument ill
argumenti
against the position they take I
The condition that confronts us
is of the graveSt nature and
towhile by no means minimizing
the importance of the county I
unit bill that is by no means the j
real issue the action of the trait
traitj
traitjorous
50orous Senators has brought forth i
so prominently Neither is the
issue Statewide prohibition It
is merely a question of the prac I
thee
peoplesimply and solely the
question whether the people can I 1
actually rule or must be ruled
beruledI
bjr a set of men elected by their
ballot and SInce marked with the
brand of Judas Todd County
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A receiver was appointed X at V
Chattanooga Tenn for the
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Great Southern Agency Compay
ny an insurance corporation
Southernes
States whose affairs have re
cently been in the counts
Prosecutor Garven of Hudson
county New Jersey has asked
theState supreme court to com
pel the big beef companies to
bring their minutes of directors
meetings within the jurisdiction
of New Jersey
The Baaeett Hardwood Lumber Co
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