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Miss Frances Wheat Jones and Mr
Geq R Reed to be United at
> lthe BaptisI Church IV
1 S Morrow Morning
v BaptistChurch
c Church will be handsomely decorated
with flowers and evergreens and at
eleven oclock Miss Frances Wheat
E W Jones vill be married to Mr George
R Reed son of Mr and Mrs E W
Reed The attendants will be Mr Fred
Hill and Miss Alice Walker The ursh
ers Messrs A S Chewning and Tim
B Cravens The cermony will be pro
bounced in a solemn and impressive
manner by Rev J P Scruggs of Mid
Immediately after the ceremony the
happy couple will leave for Louisville
where they will spend four or five days
Upon their return their home will be at
the residence of the brides father
Judge W W Jones
The intended bride is an accomplish
I ed and highly educated young lady but
her accomplishments did not over
shadow her disposition to become do
mestic said to be one of the best
home girls in Columbia She is exceed
ingly popular with the old and the
young everybody wishing ner much
The intended groom isa very fine
young man of clean habits a favorite
with all his friends possessing excell
ent business quaifications being the
manager of the Reed Hardware Com
pany this place 1
We predict a bright future for this I
r very popular couple I
v To My Friends
i <
i At the beginning of the New Year
it affords me much pleasure to announce
to my many true and substantial cus
tomers who have favored me with so
much of their business during the past
year that 1 will remain with the same
E v old reliable firm who have beerf in the
wholesale grocery business in the city
of Louisville for 51 years and if any
I firm in the State of Kentucky is in a
position to take great care of the wants
of their customers it certainly is the
I irmof Otter Co and I am very
sent them in Adair and adjoining coun
ties during the year 1911 and I will ap
preciate a liberal share of your bus
iness in the future as 1 have done in the
a past and for the same I will promise
to do my best in every way possible to
give entire satisfaction tq all
1 Wishing you all a very prosperous
and happy New Year
1 am very truly
Mr and Mrs L P Holladay former
ly of Adair County but who now live
at Custer Okla are the proud parents
fa fine 10 pound girl The young
lady has been stopping with them since
Dec 15th The new comer is the first
child Mr Holladays age is 40 and his
I1I wife is almost 29 years of age and to
I be sure the above proud parents almost
r i worship their first born
i R IL and Pinkie Christie of Camp
Knox Ky have several fat hogs for
sale 63t
i The contest is growing more inter
esting and will continue to be lively
from now on If you have a favorite
remember that one thousand votes is
scriber one thousand for each renewal
and one thousand for e ach dollar paid
en Job work or for advertising Come
i on with your votes
EI o
The one who is the most active in se
curing votes will be awarded the piano
The contestants should write to their
friends living away from Adair county
T and urge them to subscribe or renew
their subscriptians to The News One
thousand votes is given at this office
for each dollar paid in
A team hooked to wagon belonging
tto Crit Willis created a little distur
1 bance on the square last W dnesday
afternoon It got scared at something
and started in a fast run going out
Jamestown street It run to the top
f the hill when it was stopped by some
one No damage
I want to employ two work hands for
the year1911 C MvHerriford
Columbia Ky
< Snow fell v yr pidly hereIat Fri
day beginning about the I 9rnd
continued the whole of thaft rriobn
J 7 4 flakes were large but tbjnwind
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Christmas and New Year Greeting
Before our next issue the Christmas
festivities will be about over hence w i
take this week to extend to al our pat
rons the coinplimentsofthe season
trusting that the holidays will be de I
lightfully spent that no accident will
befall a single person and when the
New Year comes we will enter it with
a determination of being better men
and better women during 1911 than wet
were in the year 1910 We bless the
old year for during its reign we were
kept comfortable and we will enter
th < New with morjs friends than we had
in the year now about to pass
The News now has a circulation of
nearly three thousand and the list is
steadily growing and in a few rnoSlhs
we hope to announce that the 3000 mark
has been reached Our Jobdepartment
is constantly busy and we have arrang
ed to do a larger business during the
coming year than in any twelve months
of the paste
We certainly feel grateful toour
many friends for their liberal support
We have endeavored to win the confi
dence which a kind people has placed
in us and we promise to do everything
in our power to merit esteem in the
Inprovements will be made in the en
terior of the office and a gentleman will
bo on the road to greet you secure
your work which will be dispatched as
rapidly as skill and presses can turn it
Again wishing you one and all a
prosperous New Year we are very
truly The Adair County News
Highly Enjoyable
The people of Columbia were delight
fully entertained at the courthouse
last Thursday evening It was the
holiday entertainment given by the
smaller pupils of the Graded school
children from six to fourteen years old
sixty or seventy in number all of whom
were on the spot with their nerve It
is remarkable to see so many children
appear upon the stage single and in
groups apparently without the least
embarrassment The court house was
crowded with friends of the school and
to face such an audience older persons
often tremble fearing a mistake buJ I
upon this occasion every boy and girl
was on to his or her job each part
being played and spoken to perfection
not an error being made during the en
tire evening
It was certainly gratifying to thei
many parents to see their children act
so perfectly and it was certainly pleas
ing to the teachers who trained them
The Indian play Hiawatha was the
last on the program and it proved a
great hit The following were the
Hiawatha Alvin Lewis Nohomis J I
Nellie Tarter Iagoo Count Stults
Wahwahf ysee Margaret Lovett
PaupahKeewiss Sindey Dunbar Chi
biabos He nr y Hancock Opeechee I
Robin Marvin Sinclair Owaissa I
Bluebird Rollin English Adjidaumo
Squirrel Joe Long Wabasso Rabbit I
bit William Thompson Four scenes I
were represented Hiawathas Infancy
his Childhood his Hunting and Hunting
Every child whb was in the entertain
ment deserve special mention but as
there were so many and v our space
being limited a general notice will
haveto suffice
v Stray Hogs
There are two stray sows at my
place Mark underbit in right ear
The owner can have by paying charges
v Ben Blair
Edith Ky
All last week was a busy time with I
the merchants and grocerymen Satur <
day the biggest day of the week All j
during Saturday the walk around the i
square was crowded with men women I
and children purchasing supplies to be
distributed by Santa Glaus
Mr Hugh Richardson is now offering
a silver set valued at 10 wholesale
price A ticket will be issued to every
person who purchases 15 cents worth of
goodsat his store The one holding
the lucky number will be given the set J I
o Hit j I
Rev J R Crawford lefftljistpo1Pj I
ing for Burkes ville On Wedneiday
forenoon he will officiate at themarM
rlaeof KrRlohardcAbxander to l
Kittk Garden The ce will take
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How the Candidates Stand at the End of the Fifth I
Weeks Voting i
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Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night 7 pny Dec 26 1910
Nellie Follis Columbia l f L 248 975
Rose Hunn Columbia > y yViV4 i 208 925
Julia Price Bliss s > > 188275
Ethel Moore Purdyp 116 900
Bell Butler Columbia > V + yJv 118 275
Alva Knight Jamestown ii vs J 7 112 600
Madge Rosenfield Columbia > > v 110 250
Mrs J C Browning Milltown iyUv 104 075
NoraBradshaw Montpelier X c 1U3 200
Ada Feese Cane Valley4 1 Q7 600
Ella Conover Columbia > f 90 600
Mary Squires Columbia > V4S 1 88 025
Rosa Bell NellY J 86700
Fannie Sandusky Glensfork V y 75 475
Allie Garnett Columbia fej > yVvY 54 800
Grace Dudley Glensfork V > to 54 3UO
Nellie Waggener Columbiat n 51 500
Lucile Winfrey Columbia4 46 400
Creel Nell Gradyville p IF 42 000
Rosa May Conover Montpelier > lit > f rap 43 200
Mary Miller Columbia j 43 200
Lois Hollady Columbia V l < 41 900
Nancy Willis Columbia V i5 40900
Mrs CMRussell Columbia < 40600
Lutde Barger J oppa Clu 38 4flO 1
Helen Upton Glensfork X 37 900
Ina Hulse Columbia g s 37 400
Mary Hancock Cane ValleyL r 37 200
Mrs Dan Clark Columbia > > V 36 925
Virgie McLean Columbia iV L > v 33 900
Hulda McFarland Rowena > v 32 800
Beatrice Breeding Purdy rs 32 SOc
Estelle Bennett Purdy vX ffy v n V 320001
Minnie Rodgers Milltown j Mlv A 31 900
Mrs B M Currie Columbia > 30 200
Louise Grissom Columbia prr 28 300
Mabel Hindman Columbia 27 550 j
Mattie Hatcher Milltown Vrv 27 300
Zella Fields Breeding C 26 300
Lee Vista Royse Columbia r v 19 000
Bettie Log Fairplay V k 16600
Lula Royse Garlinp f f r 13 300
Mallie Mpss Columbia V 1 AT V 13700
Mrs Sallie Kelley Cane Valley 7 9 300
Mattie Gibson Breeding 9 100
Annie L Blakeman Milltown 8 500
Ethel Thompson Milltown v 6 600
Mary Caldwell Milltown 1 r 6 150
Valeria Turner Glenville v 1 400
IValria o
Death of An Old Citizen M
The end came to a long and useful
life last Sunday night about 8 oclock
when Rev Solomon Nichols died at the
home of his soninlaw Mr Geo Garri
son near town The deceased was about
eightysix years old and had been a
local Methodist preacher for more than
a half century He perhaps officiated
during his life at more funerals and
marriages than any other man in all
this country
He was a kind unassuming old gen
tleman had agood word for every per
son he met every body having implicit
confidence in his honesty He was a
man who proved his religion by his
daily walk and his passing brought
sorrow to many hearts
The funeral took place at the res
idence at three oclock Monday after
noon conducted by Rev B M Currie
and the interment was on the farm
Peace to his memory
The birth of our Savior was duly ob
served jn Columbia last Sunday At
the morning services at the Presbyte
rian church the pastor Rev J R
Crawford read a most interesting pa
per one that every Bible student in
Columbia should have heard At night
there were union services in the same
building Eld Z T Williams made a
most entertaining talk and Rev B M
Currie and Judge H C Baker had pa
pers that were of special interest A
large congregation was out No one
can hear stories of the meek and lowly
Savior and keep back feelings of 1
The caridv contest closed at Hugh
Richardsons store last Saturday De
cember the 24th Dr 0M Russell
drew the first prize and Mrv 0 P WiJ1
lis second and third prizes
D rL F Page of Indianapolis Ind
Ia former citizen of Columbia a brother
ofMrJ T Page had the misfortune
to getyione ofh Jlefs broken two
wek ago 9i f rl
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Miss Pearl Nell Receives
Painful Injuries
Miss Pearl Nell one of the r
and efficient assistants in the qfRce of
the Clerk of the Court of Appeals had
a fall as she was alighting from the
street car Thursday morning in front of
the Frankfort Drug Cos store She
sustained a painful bruise on her shoul
der and was considerably shaken up
but Dr Fish who was called to attend
her thinks there will be no serious re
suIts fronA the fall unless some unex
pected complications arise Frankfort
News I
I Loans and Discounts f 49 94G 83
I Due from Banks Afi 2 836 58
j Actual Cash on hand 3 755 69
j Checks cash it ms and Sr
I exhcansre for clearing < t If K 01 316 08
I Overdrafts secured 370945
i Overdrafts unsecured 1 51146 522061
Cnrrent Expenaes ands V A
I taxes paid 2 342 39
Furniture and Fixtures M 1 C65 00
Other Assets Hot included <
underany of above heads p t 2S5 00
TOTAL 66338 18
Capital Stock paid cash > 15 000 00
Surplus Funds 1 225 00f
Undivided Profits 2J926fl 401768
Deposits on which iritereat i
I isnotpaid w > 4422468
Due to BankS < v I 19581
Bills Payable i i 7 290000
TOTAL > J3318
L Je Coffey Cashier of the above named
Bank do soteranly swear that the abovestate
r meat is true to the beet eC my knowledge andj be
lief Jo Coffey Cashier
I g b aribed aadsweratobeforemeby Jo ChiT i
ds w ofDecembttr19ifr vfc
a r vibMtKeemaoiMioa eaqplres Janaary 12thV Ifl4
11 cTO Rusaellilft ry Public oft
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Bridge at Neatsville A
An effort is now on foot to secure
money by subscription to aid in build
ing i bridge across Green river at M
Neatsville Two petitions are being
circulated in the upper end of the
county and people are subscribing to
the enterprise liberally Mr S H
Newbold of Louisville has sent in a
subscription of fifty dollars and MrC
Wm Hobson manager of the Kentucky
Single Tree and Spoke Company has
subscribed seventyfive dollars Many
others are giving according to their ca I
pacity to pay The building of this
bridge would enhance the trade of CoB
terprising man should start a petition h
here We believe that if a liberal sum
is secured by subscription the Fiscal
Court will do the rest Think of the p D
advantages to be derived from a bridgeT
across Green river at the point men
tioned and subscribe to the fund It
can be built if a united effort is inaugu
rated It is not often that the enterprising tl
of Adair fail Sl
prising people when theySl
go after public improvements and thisp
project we believe can be carried toar
successful termination if we will all pull
together Give us good roads and p
more bridges and our county will pros r
per as never before Talk the bridge a
and give something to aid in securing Ia
it c
This is to certify that J E Murrell
agent of the Connecticut Mutual Life p
Insurance Company has this day paid d
me one thousand dollars the amount of
insurance my late husband carried in
Isaid company
Elizabeth P Coffey
1 Dec 24th 1910
The Week of Prayer e
1The week of prayer will be observed Iin
next veek in a series of union services I
held at the various churches The
prJgram together with the leaders is in
dicated belowI
Monday Jan 2nd at the Christian
Church B M Currie leader Theme
The Worlds Approach to God the Uni
versal Church I
Tuesday Jan3rd at the Baptist
Church J R Crawford leader Theme
The Home and the school
Wednesday Jan 4th at the Meth
odist Church Z T Williams leader i
Theme religion and its relation toGov I
ernment and politics
Thursday Jan 5th at the Presby
terian Church D H Howerton leader
Theme The Missionary Obligation
A cordial invitation is extended to
everyone to attend all these services
Opportunity will be given for afree
discussion of all these subjectsa
ACall For Organization f
A call is hereby extended to alK pas
tors and other accredited ministers of
Columbia and vicinity to meet at the
M E Church on Monday Jan 9th
for the purpose of effecting an organ
ization for the mutual improvement
and for the discussion of such topics as
are of vital concern to ourselves our
congregations as well as other matters
that may claim our attention Let
every minister in rea h be present on
the above date This call is made by
the pastors of ColumbiaZ
Z T Williams
JR Crawford
B M Currie
D H Howerton
1 desire to rent the lower rooms of
my residence and also the garden and
I barn 82t Mrs Kate Smith
Killing in White Oak
It is impossible to get the particulars
of a killing which occurred in the White
Oak precinct last Sunday afternoon
The statement that reached this office
is about as follows
A son of Mr George Grider and four
or five other boys were in a barn drink
ing There was a pistol in the crowd
I and suddenly it was discharged killing
young Grider no one knowing who fired
it Another report is that Grider was
purposely shot by one of his compan
ions The coroner DrC M Russell
County Attorney Gordon Montgomery
were notified to come and hold an in
quest and they left Monday morning
The Jury in the case stated in its
verdict that young Grider came to his
death by the accidental discharge of a
pistol in the hands of John Grider The
< proof showed that the boy who was
dkilled and the one who fired the shot >
were notidril king and that they jwsre
jcqufina and the b it of friend
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Ssea this county to Columbim and k
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Miss Lena Todd of This Place and
Mr Golan Butler of Near
Town to be Made One
Miss Lena Todd a popular young
lady of this place a daughter of Mr
and Mrs A G Todd and Mr Golan
Butler a prominent young farmer a
son of Mr andJMrs Josh Butler left
here Sunday afternoon for Louisville
They announced before taking their de
parture that they would be married by
Dr E L Powell at the Willard Hotel
Tuesday afternoon and would return to
the grooms parents Wednesday
This marriage is Inot a surprise as
the couple had been going together for
several years and it was generally
predicted that their courtship would
result in a unioni
There were no objections upon the
part of the parents on either side mar
rying from home being a decision
arrived at by the contracting parties
and upon their return will be gladly re
ceived by all interested parties
The bride has been a popular teacher
of the county for several years and
the groom an industrious farmer 0
Doubtless many handsome and useful
presents will be in waiting for this very
deserving couple
RecitaL 1
Last Tuesday evening the r usic pu
pils of Miss Ethel Lee Hatcher assist
ed by the expression pupils of Miss
Mac Gavock gave a delightful recital
in the Lindsay Wilson chapel The en
tire seating capacity was taken long
before the beginning of the program
and those who attended felt fully re
paid for each number given was well
rendered and heartily applauded Misses
Hatcher and Milliken sang Till we
meet again the accompaniment
being played by Miss Annie Hodges
The Bird song given by Miss Milli
ken was indeed a treat to all music
lovers Ea hone of the young ladies
did splendidly and easily convinced the
patrons and friends that they had been
carefully trained and that quite a good
deal of work was required in memoriz
ing of the difficult numbers given by
music pupils as well as expression
Thanks are due Misses Hatcher and
Mac Gavock and those who took part
for a very enjoyable evening and heres oJ
hoping we will have more like it during
the spring term
15TH DAY OF DEC 1910
Loans and Discounts 14353977
U S and other Bonds dt
Stocks and Secureties 13 67OO5
Due from Banks v 1114553
Acuil Cash on hand 1301555
Checks cash items and
Exchange for Clearing SoB 00
Overdrafts Unecured 2772 76
Current Expenses and
dtaxespaid j 1 587 24 i
Furniture aud fixtures 3000 OQ
Other Assets not included iP
under anyof the above
heads X 250
TOTALjP > Js i9209 f
Capital stock paid in in h
Surplus 30 OOoOOUn V
divided profits 4 000 00 V >
Total > r v 34 00000 <
Deposits on which inter > J v
eat is paid i i r87358 v i II
Deposi ts on which interest V >
is not paid > 118 8174i129 i SG t
Due to Banks 90 951 r
Other Iiiabiiities not inA >
eluded under any of C 0
the above heads to Cr > >
Int D S Ex Tx u > v
Aset 00 E
iTotaU 1S9200
I Jno W Flowers Cashier of the above named itI
Bankidogolemnljr sweat that the above tate fe
mentis true to the best of my knowledge and be f t
lief Jno W Flowers Caahiec J <
8ubserbed and sworn to neforc me br beI
Wl Flowers this 26th day of Dec i9ii fc
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