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The Adair County news. (Columbia, Ky.) 1897-1987, December 07, 1910, Image 5

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Mr 31 D Sharp Amandaville was
i here MondayI <
rR F Rowe Amandaville7 was
in Columbia last Fridayf
Mr D DWilsonweUknown traveling I
ing man was here Monday
mother at Rowena last week
MrEW Reed has been confined to
his room for the past weekj i
Mr Walter Ingram made a business I
trip to Knifley last Thursday
Mr C I Medaris and Mr U T Sel
by were here from Russell county JVIpn
Mr Rollinp3rowning wife and child
ren visited in Columbia the first of the
weekMessrs I
Messrs GB Cheatham andD I
Cobb of MilJtown were here county
F court
Mf L 0 Phelps and wife James =
town here shopping in Columbia last
Mrs T A Smith and her little son
of Monticeilo arc visiting relatives in
Columbia inI
An infant child of Mr and Mrs Jo
Williams Montpelier was reported
1 dangerously gill a few days ago
Mr Geo H Gowdy cashier of the
Taylor County National Bank wasI
here the first day of the monthI
Mr Robert Ingram cashier of the
Russell Springs Bank and Mr J H I
Warmack were here last Manday j I
Hines the little two year old child of I
Mr and Mrs J A English who was
betterk I
Dr Garlin Grissom vho has been
confined to Iris room for two weeks is j
reported improving He has bilious i
fey r I
Capt Gteo Nell has been confined to i
his room for the past ten days He j
a hopes to be out when the weather
moderates i
moderatesMessrs i
Messrs R K and Marvin Young and i
J E Flowers spent a few days hunting I
ing in Cumberland county last week I
They killed over 100 birds t
Mr James Cole of Bakerton was
here Monday and paid his respectsto
the News He is a substantial friend I
and we are always glad to see bimI
Mr Cleo Sherrill and wife who visit i
ed Mr SherrilPs parents and other rela
tives in the Gradyville country return
ed to their home in Lebanon last
Mr Paull Waggener left for Louis
ville this morning and next week he
will be at Joilet Ill and will attend I
the convention of salesmen ot Gerlach
Barklow Co calander Gerlachf
Dr JH Grady who has been in
poor health for several months left I
last Friday for Elizabethtown where
he will visit his daughter Mrs whereI
McKay with the hope that the change
will be beneficial to him His many
friends here trust that he may be com
pletely restored to health
Additional Locals i
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Be Merry
1 Let joy reign Let care go to the
dogs Throw forebodings to thewinds
Christmas comes but once a year Let
the young folks enjoy it to the full
Let the old folks stop their croaking I
about rheumatism for that day at least I
and remember the time when they too 1
were young Let the little stockings j
be filled and let us all bear with equa j
nimity the blowing on toy trumpets 1
and the tooting on mouth organs and
the drumming on sixpennyhalfpenny j
drums which are sure to follow The j
boys can be boys but once and what I
is a boy if he cannot make a noise
And so the years goon and one
Christmas follows another and we eat
and drink and are merry we greet our
t friends and we part with them and
our lives march along and through
faith in the sacrifice which our Christ
mas day commemorates we look for
ward to a more perfect Christmas when
the guests shall gather in the Fathers
house j
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t farm For Sale I
I Having bought land at Montpelier I
o desire tosell my farm at Esto Ky
I containingl40 acres Good seven room
house two good barns good orchard
good spring tenant house and all nec
t essry outbuildings 50 acres good tim
ber Will sell on easy terms Come
and Tee it It cents you nothing Jo
I look would ° sell the land without the
trCallon or address
W 0 Gr4d r Mont Tier Ey
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f DOll G L 1 < n rryraah wa 4 in p towa a
i f dy ago Ste called at lt News
j acd informed us that e was a
ti < rtididaU to re reant Cumberland and
Adair Sa t1 t lower B04IMof alit next
CUImv At BWa d that has formal
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The good people of Columbian yer
forget their less fortunate neighbors
Christmas tune Usually a committee
has been appointed from each Church 1
whose duty it has been to make inquiry
about the poor and the same should be
done this year and if any are found who
are not able to supply their children
with little gifts means should befurn1 sh
pd with which to make the 3h1
or the articles presented It will be ai
Christian act to see that every child in
The only way to win the piano is to
hustle for votes Do not wait until aI
candidate vhas received 40 000 or 50000
before you commence to make your
fight Start with the procession and
keep with it v <
Candy Thatis Candy
Thirty pounds of Bon Bon given away l1t
Tickets onevery 15 cents purchase at
the store of Hugh Richardson who keeps
a full line of fancy and stap e groceries 1
Honesty is his motto 42t
The Annex to the Methodist church
is being furnished this week A stove
has been put in the sliding doors fixeI
the carpet has been ordered and will
probably be put down by Sunday Mrs
McFarland has kindly furnished an
organ This room will be used especial I
ly for the Epworth League prayer
meeting and all the smaller gatherings 1
of the church L
IL > rene a daughter of Mr Tom Hurt
who lives near Esto Russell county
has been very unfortunate in the last
few years Some time ago she got one
of her legs broken twice and one night
last week she returning from Church J
and while getting over a fence got the i 1
other limb badly broken I
Regardless of the fact that the past
fall was one of the best for farm work
this section has had for many years 11
yet most ° farmers are not up with their I
pressing work This is not due to idle
ness or indifference but to more work
undertaken and accomplished Fenc
ing building and various improvments
have been general
A daughter dK Mr Jacob McFarland
Rowena is lying very low with double I
pneumonia Mr Wiley Long same I
place who is afflicted with appendicitis I
is reported some better Miss Hulda
McFarland who is a student in the <
Lindsey Wilson has been called home
on account of the illness of the first
named in this notice x
Col L H Rousseau who was well
known to many people in Adair Rus
sell and Metcalfe counties died in
Somerset Thursday of last week He
served in the Mexican war and was a
Colonel in the Federal army during the
civil war He was 82 years old
11Watkins I
I represent one of the best Companies
in the world I am on the Columbia
square every Monday Call and see my
goods and get my prices i
Jno R Grant
1Dir J W Jones who bought a farm
in this county near Glenville removed I
from Cumberland county to it last
week Mr Jones is an excellent citi
zen and has a very interesting family
of sons and daughters anda fine lady
for a wife Adair county is glad to
have such people come into her midst
6 rey and Red Foxes 200 to Z 250
Squirrels r 5Q to 100
And Express > J
Send name of your express office In first
Box 232
232j Ky I
Mr Clarence Hin man who recently
removed from Gradyville to hiSfarm
on Burtons ridge two miles from Co
lumbia received a hearty welcome andI
he and family are happy rand content
with their surroundings
Go to W H Wilsons store and see
the big stick of candy I It weighs 25
pounds Every 25 cents worth of goods I
sold for cash gives the holder of a
ticket a chance to draw this immense
J N Norris Son Co of New
York have opened up a produce house
in Columbia with HA Hurt as Van
ager and will pay the highest market
price for poultry and eggs Location
backof Jeffries Hardware store Give
us a call 42t I
If you want good results from your
cut win fodder better have it cut or
shreded One shock cut is worthabout
two feeds on stalk and the barn yard
m ijWi Oorder and ia nor
receiving a > wy large itock 6f Ciariit t
mM ppli Jill kinds of tey a
l o1 eruticlefssitar ot firfir t
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The bargains atw LWa ers this I
18 Ibs standard granulated sugar 1t
6 cakes big deal soap 25 tU
5 white washer soap lOc
IUeavy colored outing cloth 5c yd
iDress and apron gingham 5c yd U
Calicoes assorted colors 5c yd
Men Women and childrens under
wear woo Piecer
Men Women and childrens sweater
coats 50c u
White cotten Blankets 60c pair
Boys odd pants 25c and pairI
And my stock is full of Bargains inj
accordance with the above inI
Eighteen days until Christmas I
Select your present You will have y
it to buy haveI
You can get everything you want for
the children at the store of W H Wil j
sOD 42t 1
The young people of Columbia are
anticipating great times during the fii
holidays I
The price Y of timothy seed isso high III
that it is difficult to sow it on level
ground levelI
The W F M Sand the W H M S j
will meet at 230 oclock Wednesday
afternoon at the Methodist Church I I
The prospects for a bumper wheat i j
crop in this section is out of sightthe s
wheat is still in the ground not upi II
The price of corn delivered in Co j I
iumbia has steadily declined from 3 00 j y i
to 225 per barrel and may reach the E Y
5 200 mark theI
IThe 1 SI
The Stewards of the Methodist church
are called to meet at 7 oclock Wednes j S
day night at the church I
f i I
Miss Kittie Smith has removed from ji
her residence in this place to a small I k
farm she recently purchased lying along
side the pike near Coburg
Coburgi I
R L Campbell has secured the
agency for Uncle Remus Home MagaII
zine and desires a sub agent at each j g
postoffice in the county He has a r
special proposition to offer
Mr JE Garnett a former citizen p
of Adair county has been elected Sher gj
iff of a county in Oklahoma a State a
that he has resided in for eight or nine i g
According to the 1910 census the pop r
ulation of Kentucky is 2289902 again a
142721 or 66 per cent over 1900 The
population of Adair county is 16503
In 1900 the population was 14888
Monday was county court and busi a
ness was reasonably good during the
day Many people were in town pur
chasing Christmas supplies and a few I I
mules and horses changed hands I
The population of Columbia accord i I
ing to the census report is 1022 In
1900 it was 654 a gain of about 55 per I
cept Counting the people who live
over the line but are towns people our a
population is clost to 1500
Latest Quotations on Live Stock
Shipping steer 475525
Beef steers 300500
Fat heifers and cows 3004 50
100200 I
Bulls 250410
Feeders i 3254 85 fI
Stockers 65r
Choice milch cowSu 35004500
Common to fair cows 15003500
HOGS 15003500I
Choice 165 to 200 F vi 7151
Mediums 130 to 165 715
Roughs > 685
Best Iambs C ri af + > 55 c I
CUllS tJ 0 35c P
Wh tooo V M oJ25 jII
Corn t M0 LOO I
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The i following is the Local Market
given by S H Qrinsfeead I < Cotoday
Hens1 h d 3 7
Chickens iC 7
Cocks v > j ii ti J
Turktys i 4 ri tl v 11 to 13
Gre b °
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Woo clear J z 20
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Wool warf1 < 281030
Wreal 1 1d 3 fton
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Piano Contest 1 S
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It is a 35000 Piano Yours for Nothing Want this Piano lit
It belongs to the person receiving the greatest number of votes
in our FIRST VOTING CONTEST Fill out the Coupon below
r and nominate yourself or a friend It will cost you nothing or
the friend nothing Act quickly
133000 In PrizesFive Krause Piano Prizes II
FIRST PRIZE to the person receiving the highest numberJ
of votes a Krause Grand Piano worth 35000
JF SECOND PRIZE a due bill for 26000 to apply as part m1
I payment on a Krause Grand Piano
5i THIRD PRIZE a due bill for 25000 to apply as above
ij 0 FIFTH PRIZE a due bill for 23000 to apply as above
j > Each candidate will have Five Chances to aboveB
Piano Prize
Make your purchases at Russell Cos Store and get your friends to do m1
likewise Every dollar purchased in general stock means 200 Votes Every dol Im
rt1 lar spent in their N ew Jewelry Department means 625 Votes f
Every dollar paid into the News office either as a new subscriber or re
newal gets 1000 votes Also every dollar paid on accounts at the News office t
1000 votes for each ollarpaid >
and sample Price Piano on exhibition in our Bargain Department Contest offcir
ally opens with this announcement and will run without interruption until April
1 1911 Watch this paper for further announcements i
Who do You Think Ought to Have the Planoi f l
Fill out the Coupon and send it in It will not cost you anything and will count
1000 votes for your Candidate v s v
tv 1 JCOUPON Au + c
1 tllGood for 1000 votes wlien used to nominatea NOY Candldate Jj4
tll 11 > vTfc 1
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The Adair County News and Russell Co start Unique Joint Adve tisIi
ing Campaign
Thirteen hundred and Thirty dollars worth of Standard 1910a Krause In
struments for the five ladies married or single who can prove by public vote that JIJ
they are the most popular of their sex In this section of Kentucky i
youngladiesi possessing musical fWi
i talent to obtain standard pianos and should certainly be grasped by every young
a lady who does not own an instrument
a K Five elegant pianos for the five most popular young ladies their populari
ty to be determined by the number of coupon votes cast for them by the public
between now and April 1st Campaign officially opens November 25 and will
run without interruption until April 1st Nomination lists however are open
until January 1st 1911I
The Adair County News and Russell Co are jointly offering these
prizes for the purpose of advertising and want the cooperation of every alert
and active young lady in this locality for the purpose of collecting coupon theseI
for themselves or other entered candIdates
Official nomination of any candidate can be made by means of nomination
ballot A which appears elsewhere in this issue The candidates name writ
1plainly on this ballot and ma ed or delivered to the Contest Manager at
Russell Gos Store is all that is necessary to officially enter the candidate of f
tJ your choice Contest Manager S Ray Conover JM >
Each candidate nominated will be started with 1000 votes to her credit
Cou ns with value of from 25 to 1000 votes willappeaT
Voting Coupons ytha appear regularity in f
every issue of this paper Watch for them and save them for your candidate
1ti TheAdair County News will give coupons good for 1000 votes for each f
dollar turned in on new subscriptions and 1000 votes for each dollar turned in t
oh re newels Back subscriptions can be paid in now and 1 000 votes obtained or
each dollar
Russell Co offer as an inducement to do your regular trading at their > t
store 200 votes for every dollar spent on their general stock 1000 votes will be z
g iven for every purchase of one dollar from their newly established Viewer De riJ
part ent200 votes foreY rydpllafpaI on accounts n
Ballot Box now nand sample prize piano on view at Russell Gos t
Store where you a e f invited to inspect and try It If the instrument meets withr
your approval cast your nomination ballot for the young lady you would like to r i
coste r
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