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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSr
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1a y Here tea Bargain For You
I 5 Daily Courier Journal bye mail threean
f months and The Adair CountyNews
one year both for only 175 The price
priceef
+ i ef the daily Courier Journal is eprice1
year 150 for three months Wehave
I made a special arrangement whereby
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we will accept orders for that paper
and ours during January February and
March only at the price for boUt named
above Send in your subscription at
once and keep posted on the proceed
lags of Legislature Sunday Courierre
Journal not included in this offer Send
50 cents additional if Sunday issue is
desiredWeekly
Weekly Courier Journal is just as
good as it ever was We can furnish
the Weekly and our paper both for one
year for 150
To the Farmers and stock raises of
Adair and adjoining counties I ana atF
the same old stand with two good
gorses and two good Jacks My Jacks
kave proved themselves extra breeders
One six the other seven dollars to in
sure a live colt Black Diamond has
proved himself an extra breeder nine
tenths of his colts natural gaited fine
I style and size and good action He will
Make the season at eight dollars Last
but not least come Red Bird Jr which
o doubt carries more of the Lexing
tons blood than any of old Red Birds
colts Red Bird was by Jo Brown he
by old Lexington first dam Emma Hen
R son second Dexter He by old Lex
ington second grand dam Wallace Ml
ler fine saddle mare her dam old Elas
tic enough and good enough to see him
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> is to admire him He is 16 hand high
rich blood bay and as near perfect
model as this country affords Mr H
M Henson of Danville Ky who is a
horse and Jack dealer and who is ac
painted with the fine Blue grass horses
pronounced Red Bird Jr the best fore 1
handed horse heever saw Take it for j
what it is worth and come to see for
for I
r yourself Many thanks for past favors I
7 and future ones solicitedI
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ery March 21 1910 a son Mother and I
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baby doing well i
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r Quite a number of residents are akI
i ing preparations to have their dwell j
ings Pi
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Closing Out j
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it From K now until further notice we I
A will offer our entire stock of Merchan
wV die at reduced prices in many instances
y less than Cost I
In view of the fact that we will be I
Xc asked many questions in regard to our I
L reasons etc will say that we are at i
4 present undecided what our future I
1 course will be but to any one wishing j
willN J
7 close out at any time our entire stock i
including house and lot fixtures etc I
This is a good stand and we have do 1C II
a good business during the last seven
j years we have been here whi nI
we owe largely to our many friends who
J have stood by us all along to whom hoI
< extend a special invitation to call ai Idof
Vsee tide many bargains we are going to
offer
j r All goods we sell from now on will
< F be for cash or produce or to parties
i that will pay us when we call on them
> = and to others who secure us in so IeOJ
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Somerf
jir174t Very Respectfully
t S Nell Nell Grad ville Ky
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If you want good water drive your
drill with a Fairbanks Morse Co
Engine I have theiry
w tO2t B Hurt AgentrT
lIi c FOXES WANTED L j
lied anfl Grey Foxes l50tpS350 i
Squirrels 50 to 100
Coonsto 125
Arid Express
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Commissioners Sale r i
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EquityEliza
Eliza Dudley c Deft
By virtue of a judgment and order of
saleof Adair Circuit Court rendered atthe
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cause for the sum of 9314 with inter J
est thereon at the rate of 6 percent 1
per annum from the 1st day of June
1903 until paid subject to a credit of 1
170 paid Sept 27th 1903 and 49 60
costs herein 1 shall proceed to offer ft
sale at the Court House door in Golum tto
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P1sale Kyv to the highest Bidder at
V Public Auction on Monday the 4tht
day of April 1910 at oneoclockpmi
or thereabout jbeing County Court <
upon a credit of six months the follow
ing described property towitt
Tvo certain tracts of land the firs tIt
containing 12 acres and the second J c
containing 7 more or less and at the I
same time and place I shall proceed to
coffer for sale the 70 acre tract men I 1 b
tgl adde cribedin the Pe titianr ors i
wipciency tbiirtof to satisfy the deist of
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J A Diddle for the shod of 175 with
mtweat thereon K at then rJit of jfiper
cent per annum f rom the 22nd day > f
January 1887 until paid subject to
the following credits viz 75 paid May
13th 1894 520 paid May M3th 1901
and 70 paid Mardi 13thl90oY and
4960 costs herein Said third tract
will be sold upon the same terms as thee
I first two tracts Reference < is made to
the judgment and order fsale for
r complete description sand boundry of
the three tracts of land ordered tp be
sold The third tract will be sold in I
such way as to leave the dwelling and I
other buildings unsold selling the land
farthest from the dwelling unless it
requires the whole of said tract to pay I
said Diddles debt interest and costs
I or sufficient thereof to produce the
sumo of money so ordered to be made
But if there is a remainder of the land
unsold after the payment of said Did
dIes debt interest and costs The rey
mamder will be sold subject to the
homesteadright of Eliza Dudley nq
the infant children
For the purchased price the purchaser
with approval surety must execute
bond bearing legal interest from date
until paid and having the forceand
effect of a judgment
W A Coffey Master Commissioner
DR ME JONES
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Columbia Kentucky
Special attention given to Dentistry Dis
eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all
other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes
OFFICE Located in barn baclcof Han =
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in Memory
0ra n the 26th of February 1910
Mr John J Biggs another one
of our good citizens was called
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taken with Pneumonia fever on
I Thursday the 24th of February
agg s
aggwas
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I Carmel neighborhood this coun
ty and lived in that community
to his mature manhood As a
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YOU1gmrnt he was S considered I
chone of the best in that commu
ni y He Vas reared in commuI
of a largei amily of whom five
brcithers and four sisters still sur
nYive9i Hi was a great lovers
of music was often c a II e J
on to lead the song service at r
singings and at church service
He had a sweet musicalvoice and j
more especially a tenor voice j
urAbout ten years ago he married
one of Columbias most excellent
young ladies Miss Mary Smythe I
They moved to Columbia and he
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and his good wife selected a lo
cation on the Campbellsvilie pike
arid erected one of the most
beautiful homes in that part of
the town They were very hap
spY and congenial in their com
panionship and Mr Biggs had
planned to retire from the revs
nue service and enjoy a quiet
home life the rest of the way But
their plans were not carried out
and we have another lesson in
the uncertainty of life and that
man proposes and God disposes I
Mr Biggs bolted with the Pres
ofbbterianf church at this place
about two years ago but owing
rohis being away f rem home so
much he did not have the oppor
tunity to enjoy the church serv
itlnity
Ices t Mrs Biggs was with him
in his last sickness and every
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that t
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could be ini the way of medical
the
1skill thee hevltble must diner tt
wenof f Father
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I comfort = arid Mesa r the lonely 1
widow l < rsad bereayment and
keep her in his love is the pray
er ofa friend in the hope of
eternal life t fj > r > 11 J
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i News Notes From Texas i
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vAs I chronicle the notes of my
recent trip to Texas fo rthe
columns of your paper I am con
scious ofmy inability to write as r
I ought i
The occasion which called me J
to Texas was a sad one to me 1 I
can only write about it sa nan I
can who feels the irreparable
loss of ac mother How sweet
I i
I that name I
I On February 3rd I received a
telegram to r come at once to the
bed side of my mother whp was
living with my brother D A
Grady McGregor Texas I
made haste to see her but alas
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she had passed over the river of
death before I could reach her
I found that kind friends had
done all they could As I stood
by and looked on the face I had
kissed so often remembering her
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faith in Christ I felt that for
mother to go out from us wa s
our loss buther gain No boy
or man ever buried his mother
without feeling the wonderful
touch of sympathy bound up i n
the words Jesus wept Nancy
J Grady was a member of the
Methodist church I am glad to
say I have confidence in mothers
religion Rev McHullic preach
ed her funeral sermon in the
presence of a large crowd who
I followed on tothe McGregor cern = I
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Q DONT BLAME THE HEN <
When you get bad eggs for they Were good
when she laid them j
You can examine Insurance Companies and you can Candle Eggs i i
but afterall isnt it best to demand the kind of Insurance that
1 you know is goo A d all the timeS hatD I
MLIRR ELL MILLER Columbia Ky l J
Sell That Kind 1
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bI 3Ci3 f3E33i3 3 3fs 3E E3HDH ao f 3 i 3 Eit I
qetery where we took the last look
and turned away from the nee w
made mound all decorated with
flowers to await the time when
the dead in Christ shall rise
I was glad to see Joe and Bob
Yates They are doing well
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They often srokeof Kentucky
and especially Adair county
Every one did their best to make
flowIl
ing artesian well not Jar from
my brothers home a beautiful
sight to me It flows an eight
inch stream It is capped so as
to spray I stood off ata dis
tance and lost myself in admira
tion Texas is great a great
empire o f itself The beauti
ful black farms and the thickly
populated communities gives the
whole country the appearance of
a city After all its not the
land or the network of railroads
and iiiterurbans that makes Tex
as great it is the bighearted
people with the push and energy
of heroes No man can visit
Texas without breathing in the
very air the high ideals of her
citizenship >
My trip to Moody the home j > i
so many Kentucky people I
know this trip cannot be eclipsed <
It Is impossible to mention all
who did me kindness Think of
Gus Hundley Otho Miller and JJ
Ci Cook all Kentucky men I
1had lost Irack of Mr Cook but
imagine my glad surprise when I
found his arms around henII
f el come me as a ° brother ftreiM
it
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j8 fARE YOU GOMTO BUILD OR REPAIR
t r t C i k 4 If so we can ftirnish anything you max t
+ > > need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof
ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns
5 < 4 of every description Our stock of Siding
w < Ceiling Flooringand all kinds of Mould m
rjS ij ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber
Lumberl r
r our line and keep the largest and best
assorted stock of Finishing Material of J
I y
any firm In this section of the State
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if ATsTDUSKY CONCP ANY <
COLUMBIA KENTUCKY
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from the old Kentucky home I
The horse show at Eddy seven I
teen miles away had claimed the I
Hel
Kend
tucky horses that ever left old
Adair county I was anxious to I
see them and through the kind
ness of Kentucky hospitality I
soon found myself seated in a
large auto in company with my
brother Gus Hundley J C Cook
uland Hugh Marshall The roads
were jine and the trip was made
in a few minutes We found a
s
big crowd I was impatient to see
those Kentucky horses and when
they were led out I felt like a
convert fresh from a revival
IIr
meeting I could not resist the
temptation to get in the ring I
All my oldtime horse religion
came back to me and you could
have rubbed the eyes off of every
Texas face as I showed those
horses The ribbon is tied where
whereI
there is blood Three cheers for
the Kentucky horses They are I
as magnetic as the beautiful fig
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ure of a model woman I love a
horse that thrills me
I leave here all broken up over
upoverllth
knows best t 554
> T Cordially Yours
> WL Grady
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Thg folio wing is a programof Easter
Services atthe Christian Church Sun
Sunb
day forenoon beginning at 11 oclock
Song Coronation
S4 ng Mary to the Saviours Tomb
Invocation
Song Joy to the world
Scriptural ReadingE
Song The Night before His Death
thI
Song Quartette Easter Anthem by
old men f
Prayer
Special Song by Martha + Hancock °
Sermon The Empty Tomb f
Song Let Jesus Come into Your
Heart v i
Benediction
LOUISVILLE MARKft
Latest Quotations on Live Stock
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CATTLE
500550dS
Beef steers n i i 400i450
Fat heifers aridc ows 325375
Cutters r CH 325375
325375a100225
Canners i 1 r = 100225
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Bulls v 275325
ItFeeders I 375425
3J5425Stockers
Choice much cows v v 35004500 0
Common to fair cows 10 0020 00
HOGS
Choice 160 to 200i 1 J 1110
10f 60
Pigs U v i 8801010
Boughs f 1040
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Best ° lambs y 750850
11t A t 300400
Bit sheep < > > i 375 x 425
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Columbia Market
Eggs i v POULTRY vi vTVV 4 < tti f 15
Triikeya Chicksne Ym ifx g
Ducks j 49I
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LOOK OVER
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Your old Corn Drills and other Ma =
chinery and see what repairs you need
this Spring The Drill Companies
have discontinued commission repairs
iso get your repair order in now so as
to save
Express Charges
I When you bring in your Repair Order
dont forget to look at our immense
stock of Corn Drills Manure Spread =
Discp
r Harrows Cultivators and general line
of Farm Supplies of every character
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THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE I STORE
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Baron Ryi1mic
i NO 47139
I Home Columbia Kentucky
Y Standard and Registered YoL No 18
° BARON RYTHMIC is a brown stallion 15J
100 hands high 3y earsold absolutely sound with the
best of yes feet and legs He is a horse of wonder
ful substance and finish in fact he has all of the qual
qualifications
1 ra doubt is one of the best bred ones that ever made
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shown in his breeding below
BARON RYTHMIC 47139 by Rythmic 41636
record 206f sire of 4 including Rythmic Bel 215f
and Mamie the Heiress 219 Rythmic by Oakland
Baron 31586 record 209 j Oakland Baron by Baron
Wilkes 4758 record 218 he by the renowned George
1 Wilkes BARON RYTHMICS dam the Cloudless
° by Arion 18000 with a record of 207 at a 4year
old the only harness horse in the history of the
oworld that ever sold for 125000 Anon by Elec
tioneer Anions dam Manette by Nutwood The Cloud
Elect
the dam of Reamer Boy 229i
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Rythmic during the season of 1902 wasthe
i winner of 7 races amounting to 21850I a Aut
BARON RYTHMIC is an elegant individual
pure gaited and very speedy BARON RYTHMIC
has never been handled on the track but has been
I worked on the road and can step a 240 clipand the
road never gets too long or rough for himM1
BARON RYTHMIC will be
willbepermitted to serve
a limited number of approved mares at the training
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stable of W E Bradshaw on Burksville Street for
trainingI
mare traded or removed from community
All care will be taken to prevent accidents but
will not be responsible should any occur
> LEE S SMITH Columbia Ky
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