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Si f XIII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1910 NUMBER 45 kiJ S
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Probab1y p young iian who ever left
r 7 lQplunibia haEf rged to the front faster
than James j D Gilmer a son of Mr
S Alfred GIn f ho was a merchant at
S f tKygpliace Jor many years V
S zlij igp from Montgomery Ala
S l t Il1ielpIiia Pa The Journal of
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f olfpwn T isiy of him
S An appatmejit which we consider
5 5 > i1dS 41 ji essential qualities is
S Jt tor Mr XJ T Gilmer formerly
Kansast
t tt < ity Mp for six years later president j
5 41 leJKnowles Drygoods Coirtpany of
S 5 ornery Ala receiving the great
greatlL
S j k liddle West In fact a stronger
S J < aH more acceptable selection could not
S ieeh made and the wisdom which
5i1 ted the same can not be too high
mended for Mr Gilmer isa highj
V irrfoughly conversant with every de
STSTj f jtil uf the line of work that has been
< cpmraitted to his chargeV
iC ln coming to PhildeJphia Mr Gilmer
J1 incoming to one of the most enterprjs
t jEC1d progressive business cities in
S 5 > country the success and growth of
t > f i rch irms as Gimbel Brothers ana sim j
V t concerns testify to this fact
S Ve are glad to note that men who
S Jrre established their ability in the
school ofexperience and have attained
S enviable eminence in the business world
4 faie being sought out by Philadelphia
b infI
r fI vduced to come here thereby adding to
Uf strength as a business community
inifcto our powers as ah industrial
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J p It conclusion we wish oto accord to
r Gilmer a hearty welcome to our
4ty not only to its business interests
pifctp its social interests and to the
v uker spirit which prevails and per
vades amongus V
+ fIfyou want a jersey cow attend the
saieih Columbia October5thV V
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JPuhIiC SaleV V
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S On Saturday Sept 17 1910 at mj
j Mothers home two miles from Colum
it bia at Cheatham bridge I will sell at
public outcry one combined horse an
anI
sheepdho
S V household and kitchen furniture farm
1 j J ing implements corn wheat oats and
hay and also the growing crop of corn
The farm containing 70 acreS well
1watered and improved is for sale pri
vately This farm is in one of the best
communities in Adair county and a de
sirable home M Rey Yarberry
V P S The farm will be sold on day
day of sale to the highest and best bid
thatI
date M R Y
The last of open air gospel meetings
which have been conducted by the pas
tor of the Presbyterian church during
the summer months was one of the
largest attended and proved to V be one
of the most interesting of the series
The service was hejd in the yard of Mr
M Antle on Bomar Heights and the
friends of that section attended in large
numbers The experiment of open ajir
services has been so well received that
V Mr Crawford promises to repeat them
for next summer
Standard Elastic Cement Paint a
perfect covering and preservation for
roofs Guaranteed for five years by
I Read Hardware Co 452t
b L B Cain sold to A Hunn 9 heifers
for 3J cts to Braxton Massie two cows
for 10 to W A Garnett two steers
for 48to W R Dohoney one steer
S and cow for 5275 to JC Dohoney
two steers for 54 to Warren Moore one
cowfor 34 one cow to Liz Walkup for
for 40 one Jersey heifer tQ W S
Meider for 15V
V For SaleA few choice thoughbred
single comb white leghorn roosters
Price 100 each Mail orders will fe
ceive prompt attention
S R M Rice Caitnpbellsville Ky
V RFD 2 452t
Miss Esther Nell who had charge ofl
the > music department in LindseyWil i
son School two years ago is teaching I
this year at Millersburg Ky V
Standard Elastic Cement Paint is the V
best for any roof Read Hardware tof
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The Louisville Conference willbe
S k ldTn Rus ellvilie beginning the 28th
of this month Bishop Kilg who will
t preside over the Conference halDQtj
S fled the Presiding Elders in the Confer
ThUS
day the 15th inst
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SVS ftr mci toys ami cWlret Is ready ftf
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S t 1c L B Crawford occ IXId fcl t
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iDeath of a Former Resident I
I V Citizens of Columbia were surprised
and grieved last Tuesday when they
read in the Louisville morning papers J
that Dr Melvin Rhorer was dead The i
j end came at his home in Lexington at
4 oclock Monday morning the 5th irist
For a number of years he was a resi
dent of Columbia and had a large ac
quaintance and a fine practice through
out the county His first wife who
was Miss Virginia Weatherford a
daughter ofa prominent physician of
Louisville died in this place Several
years after the death of his first wife J
he was married to Miss Sue Rayof I
Edmonton who with two sons and one
daughter survive him
The writer knew the deceased weIr
and occasionally received a letter from I
him the last one about six months ago
in which the Doctor stated he expect
ed to visit Columbia this summer Hei
was a very companionable man one f
full of life and he is often quoted here I
by former associates who were fond of
his s cietyV V
The deceased waisfa V V member of the
Maxwell street Presbyterian Church 1
Lexington but the funeral services 1
were conducted by Rev A R Kasey
of Louisville whose wife was a niece f
ofthedeceasedV 1
The two sons left aregroWn inbiisi j
ness and it is our understanding are J
doing well The deceased age was re
ported at 67 and that pulmonary trou
ble caused his death V
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Country bacon hams and lard 18c i 1
per pound at Russell Co 452t
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Marriage Licenses J
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S The following marriage licenses were 3
issued by County Clerk Walker Bryant i
during the month of August
Brent Marcum and Effie Smith 1
Lawrence Wormack and Nannie M 1
Calhoun V I
Henry C Hadley and Lou Ann Keeth
M W Burton and L C McQueary
Welby Lee Mings and Julia Baxton j
H L Bennett and Ollie May Rice
Frank Lawhorn and Lena Coomer
Lee Blair and Mattie C Sparks
Geo M Curry and Lula Cunningham I
W M Wilson and Martha Hancock
W 0 McEntire and Myrtie D Smith V
I V V Colt Show
V Wolford Bros Casey Creek will on
the 17th of Sept have a colt show of
Royal Peacock Colts The premium
wilibeVV V
First best V 1500
Secondbest V V V 1000
V V
Thirdbest V v 500
All that have colts please come and
be at the show Donfc forget the
premiums V c
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Card of Thanks j
We desire to thank our neighbors and L
friends for their kindness during the 1
sickness and death of our precious V
baby Mamie who was so Dear to all r
Mrs Lillian Burton and family
I The reunion of old soldiers at Weed J
last week was largely attended There
were quite a numberof ministers pres
ent and the days were spent in religious
exercises Late in the afternoon of
Tuesday after exercises had been
completed Son D C Edwards spoke I
to quite a number There was an abund
ance of edibles on the ground and the
two days were highly enjoyable N
V The OddFellows are now in a home
of their own They have rented the
appartments over the Citizens Bank
removed the partitions making a very
convenient hall Since the organiza I
tion of the lodge the body through the
courtesy and kindness of the Masons
have met in the Masonic Hall
Rev D H Howerton of Burnside
preached two very eIter ainingser1
I mons at the Baptist Church this city
tyWednesd
WYdnesday and Thursday evenings of
last week From expressions heard
the Baptists of the community like him V
very much
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Cojumbia Lodge No 96 F and A i
L will meet in regular convocation
V next Friday evening All Master Ma
l sons in good standing are requested to
be present By order of the Master
Your roof will not rust if painted
with Standard Elastic Cement e Paint
Sold and guaranteed by Read Hard
ware G6 452t
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Judge Jl C Carter held circuit court
fttLeitchfieid Gray son county laist week
nttlM1two
I W edCbelfthe gutarJudcfwa ata
htftltE refort
I1H V I
VS Mr co irr flaw r Jr wi re
move toh new 4rdee on Gren V
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burll trf t U a 1jr friteor twot tr
MrL1L4niiflinry jcl M1rBw V tf
4niiflinry jo Mrs uf tJ6N fn
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Revival Services at Union Church
Evangelists Dr W B Holmes of
Tennessee and Mr Presley Clark ot n
Bowling Green x will assist Rev jR 11
Crawford in special meetings at Union p
Presbyterian church beginning Friday ci
night Sept 16d V a
On and after Sunday following there y
will be dinner on the ground each day w
The morning service will begin at 103 I
oclock and the evening service at 7 b
oclock All Christian people desirers f
Pf seeing a wide spread I revival are 1
most cordially invited to cooperate in a
the meetings It is earnestly desired R
by the church interested that all the tl
churches surrounding shall receive rich
benefits from the meetings
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WatkinsCompanys
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I represent one oithe best Companies rr
in1 the world 1am x > n the Columbia
square every Monday Call and see my f
goods and get my pricesV
pricesJno
V V Jno B Grant
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There is a moral grandeur in thep
thoughtI have made myself Thet
world may wag their heads and you I
may be denounced but if you are con
scious of that integrity of purpose k
which has always characterized you and l
that you now stand on an eminence
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placed there by your own rectitude ofE
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heart you have nothing to fear Youc
had not the influence of wealth nor thes
s
God speed you of powerful friends I g
but you had morea heart fixed and de I
termined l and this is what has made J i
you what you are Go onadd virtue b
to virtue looksteadily at the goal be 2
fore you and at last your best teachers s
and artful companions will acknowledge n
your superiority and feel proud of be t
ing among the number of your friends s
The map who is resolved to be some S
thing in the world should have nothing
to fear and when he little dreams of it
honors are gathering about his head I
and an influence goes out from him tc
which is exerted silently but surely fory
the goon of thousandsV bi
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We are receiving this week tailored t
coat sqjts for ladies and Misses Newest is
fabrics and latest styles h
S 4521 Russel CoV V 5
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Voi TtlE CONDITION Of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Vb
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AT COLUMBIA IN THE STATE QJf d
KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSEc
OF BUSINESS SEPT 1 1910I
V V RESOURCES
Loans and discounts GS 665 57
Overdrafts secured and unsecur i
ljU
U S Bonds to secure circulation 2500000c
Bonds securities etc 36Q7487 S
Banking house furniture and V J
5 fixtures a bVs 00 v
Due from approved reserv v At >
8
V agents > 12723 08
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Checks and other cash itemsV 767 22 a
Notes of other National Banks150oo V
V
Fractional paper currentynick V V
elsandcents T 557 31c
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Lawful money reserved in bank IC
viz Specie 737300t r
Leyaltender notes i 1 550 8 923 jOO
Redemption fund with U S 3 I
nrM j
Treasurer 5 percentofcir C 1 f
11 f51 od
culation > SV 250 00
7 1
Total i V 160978 IS
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LIABILITIES 1
Capital stock paid iria > Tr V V 25000 1
Surplus fund t 11500
Undivided profits less expenses I
and taxes paida 1 704 86 4
National Banknotes outstanding 25 000 00
Due to other National BanksV
Dividends unpaid p > i I
Individual deposits subject tq J I
checkV i 9777327
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TotaUwilij > v > iv 160 978 J3
STATEGPXENTOOKYjSf j
S > roQiYJl 88
CQDNTY OF ADAiR J V 1
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I E H Hughes Cashier of the above
named bank do solemnly swe rthat the above IJ
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge I 4
andbeiiefV E H HUGHBS Cashier
V iSuBscribed and sworn to before me this 5th
dare Sept 1910 V
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V V V G P SMYTHE N P A C
Commission Expires Jan 241914
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V 3 F MONTGOMERY Director V
HENRYIT MILLBR Director +
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V JOHN D LOWE Director
Next Monday the grand jury will
convene Thereis evidently much work
that should be done but the great diffi
culty the jury will experience will be
fh getting witneises before it There
are lots of men who claim to be good
citizens who will dodge the grand jury
in order to keep from indicting the
guilty That snot an evidence of good
citizenship If a man knows that cer
tain person areriplating the law hJ
ah6uldgJ before the grand jury and >
tell it No i county cant prosper unlee f
the laws of the < ciit ± yare p ptectedi
Do not forf tE arbeeb I
of jer rf wiwOe6ber 5th h r
t4ViL q
laB4G Y Staple and
Stiilts Wf fa ilhnry stm
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iimst jtllllJ trak < 11 S j
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Uncle > Bob Simmons Dead
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The life work of the subject of this >
notice ended at Jamestown last Sunday
morning He was eighty years oldand
one of the bestJjnown men in Russell
county He was born in Adair county i
and lived here until he was eighteen
years old The remainder of his life d
aS spent irithefcoun try where he died
He was avery religious man and had
been a preacher in the Christian Church t
fora quarter of a century or longer i
He was a > very kind and obliging niSn I
and was universally liked throughout I
Russell county He was a brother of 1
the Jate J B and W D Simmons xof
Adair county and also H Cv Simmons
whorjivesin Missouri V i
The Columbia Roller Mill is o eiI
stocked with wheat and will not buy
more forseveral weeks V
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Public Sale j
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r will on Saturday the 24th day of
September 1910 sell the following pr
perty to the highest bidder The sale to
take place aj my home one half mile Il
west of White Oak Church on the
Russell Springs road Terms made 1
known on day of sale
4 good work horses 2 oneyearold
mutes 1 thoroughbred Je orieyearoldI
extra good milk cow 6 head of stock
cattle 15 head of fat hogs 7 head of
stock hogs 3 good farm wagons 3f 1
good buggies 1 good surrey 1 good j
mowing machine and rake and farming j
implements of all kinds Two hundred j
barrels of corn 15000 Ibs of good hay
good cultivators 1 good disc hayI
several sets of double and single har
ness 2 man saddles and other things J
too numerous to mention Terms of
sale made known on day of sale 1
442t B 0 Hurt
HurtI
Students are entering the Lindsey I
Wilson daily and the indications point f
to the largest attendance for several
i
years The advantages are good and I
board and tuition cheap Parents who
intend to send their sons and daughters
to school should start them now There
s no good sense in paying out three J
hundred dollars for board and tuition
when the same can be secured at the
Lindsey Wilson for S115 Besides Co 3
lumbia isdne of the healthiest towns in s
Kentucky V
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Public Sale
V On Wednesday the 5th day of Octo
ber 1910 I will sell sixty he aof fine T
young jersey cows to the highest bid
ders The cows will be fresh in De
cember and January The sale will take 1
place in the town of ColumbraI
444t J B Barbed t
A dispatch appeared in the Louisville
Post last Thursday stating that Grey 4
Sons store at Marrowbone had been 1
robbed and the building burned There
was no date of the robbery and fire
and we take it that it was a very small 1
affair < and the item may be ancient
Stop those leaks in your roof witha
coat of Standard Elastic Cement Paint I
Read Hardware Cp v 452t
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wMr Andre WW Eubank will remove
from Edmonton > to Glasgow He has
purchased an interest in the Terry
Hughes Co store a firm that has been
doing an immense business Mr Eu
bank is a son of Ihe late Ed Eubank t
and a nephew of Squire John Eubank r
of this place V
vN w Fall Styles in Mens and boys
hat how on safet Russell Co
Rev D H Howertori who has been
located atBurnside for some time has
been called to the pastorate of tHe Bap
tist Church this place The call has
notbeen accepted but an answer is
expected in a week or two
Standard Elastic Cement Paint the
best mai paint on earth Read Hard
ware Co 452t
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The Eleventh district primary will be
pulled off next Thursday x Both sides
are claiming the victory Between ten
and twelve oclock p mwe will know
how the district has gone unless the vote
is remarkablycloge
Be in Colombia October 5th and at i
tendJ B Barbees sale of jersey cows
Tie regular meeting of Columbia
dieNo 230 L 00 F illbein
tkgtr hall over Citizens Bank flex
Thursday vening There will be de
inM work and every member is urgent
topr t t
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4t the iodoL Jamef1 Baughman
ii Liacoti eoaty W jyiMn 4of
GsUti Trnt paid 2E r a k i
JiK tulrwlt tb hIt pi etw V
r R imd in Isntuckt Joj
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PERSONAL r i
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Mr Lee Grissom is in Louisye this
week I
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Mr A G Norris waheea few l
ays ago V 1r
Mr W T Ottley sjri Louisville
this week f V V v > a
Mr CG Pickett is > taking in the a
StateFair >
Mr Fred Hiir put ineek at the f
Monticello Fair d
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Mrs W T Ottley is Visitin relatives
in Burkesville u
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Mr G W Dillon Breeding was
here a few days ago
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Mr Hugh Noe arid family are visit
ing in SpringfieldV l
Miss Mattie Garnett N is spending the
week in LouisvilleV
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Mr R L Murrell is attending the 1
State Fair this weekV v t
Il1Ifr G P Cartwright Lexington
was here last Friday
Mr Harry Chilson is attending the
State Fair this week
Miss Amanda Butler is in Louisville S
visiting the State Fair I
Mr Luther Grady was the Judge at
the Tompkinsville Fairf
Rev R E Stevenson Campbells
yule was here Monday
Mr Reed Shelton returned to Mary 1
ville Tenn last Mondayc
Mr J P Hutchison was in Camp
bellsville one day last week
j
Mr and Mrs WH Wilson will at
tend theState Fair this week j
IMr Strong Hill and wife Grady ville
wifeGradyviUe7I I
Messrs B 0 Hurt and Ben Hutch fc
ison are in Louisville this week
Mr A M Logan Detroit Michigan
was at the Columbia Hotel Fridayi
ii
Messrs T E Jefferis andRollin Wilr
lis left for the State Fair Monday
MrJ T Barbee Jr and wife are i
spending the week in Louisville t
Rev R L Tally is holding a meeting C
at Temple Hill Barren county
S Mr H C Feese will spend several v
days at the State Fair this week h
S Mr and Mrs B E Rowe went to
Louisville for the week Mondayh
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Mrs R R Moss and little daughter jj
Mary Maxine are visiting at Pellyton a
IMr and Mrs R F Paul are shig
the at the State
sights Fair this week t
Messrs Jo Coffey Jr and Tim Crav a
eng were in Jam stovn the first of the
the week
Mr Lee Smith and A S Chewning c
have gone to Horse Cave Fair with j
their stock J
Miss Stella Conover left Saturday for
Glasgow where she will teach this
school year
Mr J B Rasher who has been quite
sick for several weeks is reported very I
much improved
muchjrnprovedMr
Mr N B Faulkenburg Jamestown
was here a few days ago
Miss Fannie Holladay is spending a
week in Louisville attending the State
Fair
Mr Walter Taylor left here Friday
for Lexington where he will enter
college 5 V
collegeMr
Mr A S Chewning with a nice
string of horses attended the Monti
cello Fair
Messrs John W Erneskand W H
Flowers and wife will be in Louisville
this week
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Mrs J R Fertine Little Rock Ark
is visiting her sister Mrs JM Camp
bell Pellyton
Mr Geo E Wilson visited his broth
er MrV EH Wilson Terre Haute
Ind last week
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Mr D C Hopper and son Font
Hill were here last Friday en route to
CampbellsvilleV V y
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EldZTWilIiams and Mrs Wil
liams who are confined to their rooms
are reported better I
Mr Tr W Buchanan of the Buchan
an Lyon Co Campbellsville was here
a day or two last week V
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Mr and Mrs G A Feeae andfewo
children visited relative V a t Casey
Greek Saturday and Sunday V
JCksOlara Wilmore i who t cheijI >
Franklm V1 1for that jiomt SatII
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Jau1JC IIJtur Jaistot AtS
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v1si tQk si Mrs Nse J
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Mrs J S Read of NashvilleYil
ting her parents Judge and5vrst
George Herriford V ftffW
Mesdames G R Stults and MrspG
W Staples are in the millinery mairket
Louisville this week A
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Miss Pearl Nell of Frankfort spent
last week with her sisters and otIirV
relatives ia ColumbiaV 5 V
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Mr W L Walker and wife are
among the Columbia delegation who V
are in Louisville this week x I i V
Mr R H Durham will babset
from homethis week and will spend a i
day or two at the Big Fair < V
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Misses Stella Jones and Rosa Mayp
Conover of Montpeher were shopping
in Columbia a few days ago
Mrs U L Taylor was called to
Shelby ville last Friday having received
word that a daughter was dangerous
yill
Miss Mary Grissom who isthmusic
teacheri h the college Frank in Va
left Saturday morning to take up h rI
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duties
Mr Geo Smith son of Mr G A
Smithwho has been living in New
Mexico returned home last week V
Miss Lura Smith who visited in
Monticello and attended the Fair in that
city returned home last Saturday
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Mrs W D Frazier and children who V
have been visiting relatives in OklaV V
homa returned last Thursday night
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Gov J R Hindman will be in Louis
ville this week attending a meeting of
the Board of Education of the Metho
dist ChurchV
Miss Julia Eubank who illsistT V
Mesdames Staples and Stults in their V
millinery business is in Louisville for
two weeks V
Uncle Solomon Turpen has been
quite sick at home in this place for
the past week He is about eightyfWeV
years old S
Miss Irene Squires who has been vis
iting at the home of Mr Sam Breed
ing and the home of Mrs Jo Reed haS
returned home L V
Misses Edna Chewning and Pailie 0 V
Feese and Mr Campbell Hutchison ate
tended Childrens Day v ate Asbury
Chapel last Sunday
Mr E B Leachman of GreeisburgS
was here last Friday accompanied by
his daughter Leontine who entered
LindseyWilson Schools t
DrGT Simpson Breeding W I
here last Friday He reported > that a
little childof Mr Jas Simpson who is
afflicted with diptheria better
Miss Lizzie Feese will spend two or
three days in Louisville this week and
attend the State Fair Her sister Mrs
G M Wilson will accompany her
t
Dr J H Grady is spending a portion
of this week with Mr and Mrs S A
McKay Elizabethtown On his return
he will put in one day at the State Fair
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Mrs C L Pyle daughter of Mr and
Mrs JS Breeding who was quite sick
in this place f6f several weeks started
to her home in Lincoln county last Fri
day
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Mrs Harriet Cundiff wbo recently
returned from Indiana to Cane Valley
visited Mrs F H Wintrey and Mrs
Sallie McLean last Friday and Satur <
day IT
Dr C D Moore continues in a low
state of health He is not confinedrto
his bed and can move slowly about his
premises He is one of Adair countys
oldest citizensV V V
Mrs Lou W Atkins left for Louis
vill Monday morning where she will se
lect millinery supplies for this market
She was accompanied by Miss Sue Vi
Baker who will assist Mrs Atkins V
this fall M
Mrs Mary T Harvey V and her daught 4
er Miss May who have been visiting
Mrs Harveys sons Denver Colorado
returned home Wednesday morning of j
last week They report a very delight 0
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ful visit 5 >
Mr Roy Lee Dixon and wife of Ur
bana 111 are visiting relatives in Co
lumbia and out in the county Mrs < i
Dixon is a daughter of Mr and MrsV
Sam Mourning and a grandaughter j of
Mrs Kate Smith V L
MrA W Harris of Richmond Va V
who haS been visiting here left for his fe
home last Thursday morning His song jv
Mr G S Harris and his grandaoHy Mr j V
John A Harris accompanied himt i
be absent sevisral weeks V
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Mr Prerfe Ciark of Bowling Green V
who will condoct the song service atr V
jtht evanf elSitiic meetings to cprhmence
iu nionBexiFrida arrived in Cplurh
bfiriiialitHrd y and is spendincl a
fwr 6ay with his sister r lira iCL i IL ltt
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