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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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AH Calicos 5cper yd.- -,lx "
All 10c Dress Ginghamsiper yd
All 10c Dress Flaneletts'Sc. per yd
Cut prices on Men's, Ladies and Childrens Sweater Coats
Men's $11.00 Suits Cut to $9.00 Men's $10.00 Suits cut to $8.00
" $9.00 " " ' $7.50
Same Reduction in Men's and Boys Overcoats, Boys and Childrens Suits.
All Wool Blankets price $5.00 Now $4.00 per pair. Cotton Blankets 60c
to $2.00 per pair
The above prices are for Cash. I will make reductions on all Winter
goods. Give me a call and get prices.
W. L. WALKER.
Mr. W. D. Bradshaw. of George
town, a well-known stock dealer, who
has been visiting his father in this
county, returned home last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor, of
Greenwood, lnd., are visiting relatives
in Adair county. Mr. Taylor is a for
mer citizen, a son of Mr. Pinkney
Mr. Marshall Steel, of Carrollton,
111., is visiting Mr. Tim Corbin and
family, near Cane Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin, who liv
ed near Cane Valley, have removed to
Highland Park, Ky.
Mr. Hugh Noe, was here from
Campbellsville last Thursday.
Messrs. O. O. Anderson and M. L
Barlow, Monticello, were at the Han
cock Hotel last Wednesday.
Mr. Wm. Stilts and wife, of the
State of Washington, were at the
Hancock notel last Friday morning.
Mrs. S. D. Barbee and her daught
er, Miss Winnie, have returned from
Miss Blanche Walker and Miss Ger
trude Kinuaird, of Nell, entered the
Lindsey-Wilson last Friday. Mr. Boy
Walker accompanied them to Colum
bia. Messrs. Veston Holt. Jamestown,
X. W. Scott. Ruby. E. L. Marshall
and B. II. Gilpin, Campbellsville,
were at the Hancock Hotel Friday.
Mr. J. C ager Yates, of Bradfords
ville, called to'see our merchants last
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse V. White were
laid up with lagrippe last week.
Guy Nell and Will Diddle visited
Edmonton last Saturday.
Capt. Geo. Nell has greatly improv
ed and will be able to come down in
town when favorable weather arrives.
Rev. John N Crawford, the new
pastor for the Presbyterian Church,
this piace and Union, is expected next
Monday night. He has no one in fam
ily but his wife, as we understand. ,
Miss Virgie Tupman, who has been
in the millinery business at Horse
Cave, returned home a few days ago.
Lizzie, the twelve year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. narris, who was
alarmingly ill last week, has greatly
Mr. Lilburu Phelps is in Jamestown
on legal business.
Mr. W. T. Price was confined to his
room several days of last week, a vic
tim of lagrippe.
Mr. Walter McCandless, of Edmon
ton, was here the first of the week,
Eclipses of 1913.
In the year 1913, there will be live
eclipses three of the sun and two of
A total eclipse of the moon, March
22 Visible more or less to North
America, the western potions of South
America, Eastern and Central Asia,
Australia, and the Pacific ocean.
A partial eclipse of the sun, April
(. Visible to the Northwestern por
tion of North America, the extreme
eastern part of Siberia and the Arctic
A partial eclispe of the sun August
31. Visible to Greenland and the
eastern portion of the meantime
provinces of Canada.
A total eclipse of the moon, Septem
ber 15 Visible more or less to the
greater part of North America, the
western portion of South America,
Asia, Australia and the Pacific ocean.
A partial eclipse of the sun,Septem
ber 30. Visible to the southern end
of Africa and the South Indian ocean.
Born, to the wife of Elmer
man, the 11th, a son.
Miss Loretta Dunbar entertained
Misses Mattie Elliott, Ethel Crockett,
Ruth Milliken, Jennie McFarland,
Bess Shannon and Katie Murrell last
Friday evening. It was a candy pull
ing and a very enjoyable occasion.
1 keep on hands a full stock of
collins and caskets, also robes:
hearses. Prompt service night or day.
45-1 yr J. F. Triptett,
Rev. Phillips, who lives near Cane
Valley, has rented his farm to Mr. W.
L. Wilson. The former will go to
Florida for the benefit of his wife's
Miss Florence Bennett, who was a
daughter of Mrs Nancy Bennett, died
in the Cane Valley country January
3 Interment in the family graveyard.
The dwelling house of Mr. Hardin
Cave, who lived in the Egypt neigh
borhood, was consumed by lire a few
days ago. The family was away from
home and none of the household goods
The Columbia Mortor Freight Com
pany started the lirst car load of goods
and produce to the Campbellsville de
pot last Friday morning.
There are now between seventy and
Miss Lorena Pyle has returned from I !! y boarders at the Lindsey-
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Mr. R. F. Paull is
leave his room.
not yet able to
plls in attendance, yet
for many more.
Dest Cough Medicine for Children.
"I am very glad to say a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy" writes Mrs. Lida Dewey,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. "I have used
it for years both for my children and
for myself and it never fails to relieve
and cure a cough or cold. No family
with children should be without it as
it gives almost immediate relief in
cases of croup." Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is pleasant arid safe to take,
which is of great importance when a
medicine must be gived to young chil
dren. For sale by Paull Drug Co.
Mrs. Lou Miller, who is visiting her
son, Mr. R. W. Miller, Minneapolis,
Minn., reached her 70th birthday a
few days ago. An elaborate dinner
was spread, friends invited, making
the event one of great enjoyment.
Mrs. Miller received a number of
We understand that there .vill be
more business for Judge Carter at the
coming term of circuit court than any
other session since he has been the
J. B Burton, has purchased the
stock of goods of John Neat at Purdy,
and will take possession the first of
The News ollice wants to meet
many of its friends next Monday, the
first day of circuit court. -
S. D. Barbee received 82,000 from
Kit Absher for his Yarberry farm,
Farmers are now anxious for settled
weather. They want to break corn
Sel .Bennett has lost seven good
sheep in the last few weeks by dogs. J
Mr. Tom Combs and wife spent
Sunday at J. S. Kinnairds.
Several of the young folks at
this place spent Tuesday night
with Misses Delphia, Vera, and
Gertrude Kinnaird. All spent a
very pleasant time indeed.
Miss Annie Kinnaird and
brother, James, visited Misses
Sidna and Blanche Walker dur
Mr. R. Y. Simpson and wife
visited Mrs. Carrie Walker dur
ing the holidays.
Mr. A. C. Pulliam, adminis
trator of the estate of the late
S. R. Walker had a sale of the
corn and hay Saturday after
noon. It's a new boy at Luther Bell's
also one at G. E. Hamiltons.
Mr. L. C. Carter and sister,
Susie, of Marrowbone, were
visiting here during the holidays.
Mrs. Zula Beebe, of Echo, who
spent several weeks with her
sickness returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lee Hamil
ton spent the holidays at this
Misses Blanche Walker and
Gertrude Kinnaird and Will
Walker will enter school at Col
umbia in the near future.
Mr. R C. Pulliam and wife
spent a few days at Edmonton
Bad colds are quite numerous,
but none very serious at this
The big rain washed off a good
deal of fencing but no other
serious damage done.
Mumps are quite thick around
here, several of the famliy of F.
P. Kinnaird are victims.
Mr. Fillmore Sparks, the well
knevvn stock trader of the Red
Lick section was here one day
last week buying hogs. He
bought some from .different
parties at 5cts and 5h cts per lb.
town during the holidays. I
went to Milltown on Nov. 10,
and returned home Dec. 29. I
had a very pleasant visit. I also
had the pleasure of seeing my
old home country, in which I was
born. I live one mile and a half
from the county seat of Russell
county, Jamestown. This is a
very beautiful country in sum
mer. I lng to see spring come
with its 11 3wers and little birds
to fill the air with sweet per
fume and music which is very
dear to me.
How many young boys and
girls that read this paper, will
start out for this new year to
make this year our banner year
of joy and happiness to ourselves
and to others? Let us be happy
and do something to make others
happy. My mother died when I
was but two years old and of
course I do not know a mother's
love, but I am living here on
earth in hopes of meeting dear
mother in tnat beautiful home
where parting is never known.
I am a true christian girl, I join-
the Methodist Church at the age
Well, my letter is nearly long
enough, and fearing the waste
basket.will ring off for this time,
wishing the Editor success, and
every reader of the News a
bright and happy new year.
If this is printed I will come a
gain with an interesting letter.
Sheep Quarantine to Be Lifted.
Will you please give space in
your good paper for a few lines
from a ' girl who is a regular
reader of its pages each week.
I do enjoy reading the good
old Adair County News, for
there is so much of interest to
read about in them. I was once
a regular writer to your paper.
I was only 9 years old when I
last wrote a letter to the News,
while now I am 21.
I had the pleasure of visiting
my brother and sister , at Mill-
That the quarantine on Ken
tucky sheeh will be lifted early
in the spring vas announced this
j week with the departure of Dr.
A J. Pain, inspector in charge
of the Bureau of Animal Indus
try, who went to Frankfort for
a conference with J. W. New
man, chairman of the State
Livestock Sanitary Board. Al
ready a number of counties have
been released. Because of the
prevalence of scabies the quar
antine put on in the summer was
rigid and has deterred shipping
of sheep to a great extent.
Scabbiea, it is declared, has been
practically educated in Kentucky.
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We tell vou how. and pay best market
prices. We are dealers; established
in 1856; and can do BETTER for you
man agents or commission mer
chants. References any bank in Jou
isville. Write for weekly price list.
M. SABEL & SONS
227-29-31 & 33 E Marttet St.. LOUISVILLE, KY.
9 Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. .
Buggies Surreys Runabouts,
Wonderful Sales Of Buggies.
Sells A Oar Load
aturday June 22nd.
Main Street Greensburg was Blocked
tor two hours with Buggies sold
by Wood Lewis.
the day Town Marshall called
on to clear the street.
What is the
cause of these Phenominall
Quality, Styles and Easy Riding;
REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy
man, the Mower and Binder man, the
Gasoline Engine man, the Farm
Herman C Tafel
Jobbers and Dealers in
Electrical Supplies .
"Inside and outside construction material,
tools, telephone and farm lighting equip- .
r Louisville, Ky..
236 W, Jefferson, St.