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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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Gradyville.
of Leather
last Sunday
Mrr John Rose,
wood creek, spent
here.
Last Sunday was a very dis
agreeable day.
Charles Sparks is recovering
from a case of mumps.
J. H. Smith returned from the
Louisville tobacco market last
week where he sold several hogs
head. Attorney. Paul Smith, of Co
lumbia, was in our midst one day
last week.
G. E. Nell spent last week in
Lousville selling tobacco.
Mrs. Thos. Moss, of Nell com
munity, will be engaged in the
millinery business again this
season.
James Q. Diddle was at Greens
burg one day last week.
J. W. Walker, of Columbia,
spent a few days here last week.
The hog market in this sec
tion has been exceedingly good
for the past thirty days.
J. P. Hutchison, of Columbia,
and Jame3 Burriss, of the Mill
town section, have been making
produce bring full value at this
Taylor, a wellknown col
ored man, of this community, is
just at the point of death.
W. P. Smith and L. E.
Thomas were delivering tobacco
at Columbia a day or so of last
week.
Miss Mollie Flowers is teach,
ing a very interesting school
here. Her pupils are advancing
fine with all of their studies.
Mike Winfrey, of Columbia,
was in our community one day
last week shaking hands with
the boys. There is a few that
don't like the appearance of Mr.
Winfrey.
Brack Cain, of the Columbia
section, was through this section
last week contracting cattle for
the fall market at the highest
price that we have had for many
years. Brack knows that the
Democrats will let in full power
by the timp of delivery.
Mr. W. L. Winters
cashier of the
Bank is now located at Willis
burg Ky.. Mr. Winters accept
ed the position as cashier of the
bank at that place. His many
friends in this community will
be glad to know that he has ac
cepted a position as close to this
place as he has.
Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill ac
companied by Miss Maggie
Bragg, of our city, will leave
this week for Louisville where
Mr. Hill will as usual lay in his
mill supplies and undertakers
goods, while Mrs. Hill and Miss
Bragg will lay in a full line of
millinery goods for this market,
and also Jamestown where Miss
Bragg has been located for the
past year in the mercantile and
millinery business. They are
both ladies of good taste and
know exactly what will suit their
trader.
John A. Hobson, Greensburg, Ky., will pay
you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle,
Write or phone him.
Russell .Creek. .
former
Gradyville State
Shelby, Ind who has been visit-'
ing his aunt, Mrs'. Jennie Smith,
for quite a while, returned home
last week. Mrs. Jennie Smith
accompanied him, and will be
there about two weeks visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. J. W. Todd left for Louis
ville last Tuesday, where he has
a position.
Mr. Bill Hood, one of our best
young men, left last Tuesday
for Buffalo Haijt, Iil., where he
has a money making job.
Miss Bessie Zach Smith made
a flying trip to Columbia last
week.
Mr. Ray Smith left for High
land Park, Louisville, last week.
Ray is one of our good working
boys.
Mr. Morris, from Ozark, was
visiting H. T. Smith, Sunday.
Mr. James 0. Smith is very
sick at this writing.
Mr. James SuddarLh sold a
bunch of fat hogs to Clint Smith
at 7 cents per hundred, last
week.
Mr. 0. E. Wilson bought a
span of horse mules from his fa
ther, James Wilson, last week.
Price private. This is the best
team of mules in the county.
Miss Ethel Karnes spent last
week visiting in Columbia.
Mr. Morgan's family all but
himself are down with measles.
Your scribe is also rasling with
the measles.
Ernest Cundiff sold a stack of
hay to Bob Hood, last week for
$15.
There is to be a new telephone
line run out on the lower Greens
burg road at once, that will be a'
great convenience to the neigh
borhood. A rural mail route is
also coming to the front, at this
place, and some candidates for
county office.
Woe unto the fellow who
brings -the mumps into this part
of the country. We don't want
them.
Mrs. T. B. Hood is at the bed
side of her little grandaughter in
Columbia. She has measles.
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EVERYTHING IN
Cane Valley.
Last week while those pretty
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days were on, tne iarmers guu a
hustle on themselvessome
breaking corn" 'ground, some
burning plant beds.
There are six of John R. Cun
diff's family down with measles.
Master George Keeney. of
As there has been but few
letters from this place for some
time I will try and write a letler
if you can find room for it.
Mrs. Claud Bailey and little
daughter, Annie, of Spurlington,
have been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Bumgarner, for the past
week.
There is lots of sickness in this
community at this writing.
Mrs. Daisy Judd is very low
with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Sallie Sublett was confin
ed to her room with lagrippe
several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Faulkner
and little son, Joe, were visiting
at J. W. Sublett's last Saturday
night and Sunday.
Misses Rachel Tupman and
Mary Etta Feese were pleasant
guests of Miss Jula Moore last
Saturday night.
Mr. Joe Rice has been in very
pad health this winter.
; " The women were very busy
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' Mrs. Mollie Rice who fell and
"broke her arniiast November,
improves very slowly she
of Mt Pleasant last Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. Curt Yarberry sold a fine
pair of mules to Sam Breeding
for-$475.
Mrs. Virgie McFarland and
children are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Ellison, of Car-mel.
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Mrs. Ella Sublett was visiting
her sister, Mrs. Mary Harmon,
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