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Strong Hill, in company with
Mr. Larnee Reece, of Kansas
City, are visiting at Jamestown
this week.
James A. Wilmore returned to
Lexington the first of the week.
Miss Mollie Flowers visited at
Greensburg a few days first of
the week.
Quite a number of traveling
rmen made our town last week.
Mrs. Clara Solenberg returned
to Matison, Fla., last weeic whexe
she will take up her school work
Our farmers put in lastweek
cutting corn and saving feed.
They report corn just a little bet
ter than they expected.
Mr.'G. T. Flowers is having a
dwelling erected on his farm
.near town.
Several from this place attend
ed the sale of Mr. Zed Akin at
.Sparksville last Saturday.
The continued drouth that we
ihave had for some time has
made water very scarce. Several
wells and springs in this com
munity have gone dry.
Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Townsend,
of Milltown, were in our midst
one day last week. We were
all glad to see them and to know
that they were well and getting
-along so nicely.
Judge N. H. Moss and Mike
Winfrey, of Columbia, were in
our community a day or two of
3ast week. The Judge was look
ing after his farm while Mike
was mixing with the boys get
ting them ready for the big
court that is in session.
Mr. W. G. Pickett and Mr. Al
len Keltner, of Pickett, were in
our. midst last Friday.
Mrs. B. B. Grissom and her
granddaughter, Miss Carrie, of
Columbia, spent last week visit
ing their relatives and friends in
our city.
Charlie Diddle will leave for
Lexington the first of the week
where he will enter school. He
as fine student and will do well
anywhere he may choose to go.
ast Sunday afternoon there
was, what we people call a whirl
wind, started in this community
and about a mile from this place
upset everything that it came in
contact with. There was no ser-.
ious damage done except the" top
part of the dwelling of Mr. Rig
Janes' was blown off. There was
no one of the family at home,
consequently there was no one
hurt. There was not a cloud to
be seen. It was perfectly clear
and Mr. Janes says he don't un
derstand things of this kind.
.Last Sunday was a big day for
'the people of old Union Church.
The crowd began to gather early
v an the morning, and by 'ten
o'clock the house was well filled.
"The Sunday School hour had ar
rived, and our efficient superin
tendent, Bro. J. C. Dohoney,
opened school. After v the
.-.school closed, Prof. Grimsley
-with one of the finest singing
classes in the county, was invit-
. ed around and rendered some as
,hne vocal music as ever was;
l&eard. .By tin's time the hour
vhad arrived for preaching. Rev.
Hamilton filled the pulpit with
one of the most interesting ser
mons we have heard for a long
time. The noon hour arrived,
and the Jadies of the community
.had a bountiful repast consisting ;
of every thing good, and the
same was spread in the -beautiful
grove near the church. Af
ter dinner the choir was called
together again and rendered
some excellent pieces. The day
will long be remembered.
Russell Creek.
The health of this community
is very good.
Bro. John Rice will preach at
Hutchison's School house the 3rd
Sunday at 11 a. m. Every body
come and lets sing a while before
preaching begins.
Miss Mary Todd returned to
Cincinnati last Monday where
she has a good position.
Tribue Shearer Jr., who has
been in Highland Park returned
home last Wednesday night, and
has been sick in bed with someth
ing Jike malarial fever. We hope
he will be well in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hutchison
and Mr. Frank Shepherd and
wife were at the Sandlick Springs
last Saturday.
Miss Effie Triplett was visiting
Misses Virgie and Mary Lee
Smith, at Disappointment, last
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires,
of Neatsburg, were visiting in
this neighborhood last week.
The Mt. Pleasant and Milltown
ball teams met at Mrs. Sam Ed
Squires' and played a game of
ball. The score stood 27 to 7 in
favor of Milltown.
Mrs. E. Strange
) (Formerly of Columbia, and late of New York City
and Washington, D. C.) ,
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Continuous Showing of Complete Line of Millinery
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An old piece of furniture you hate to part with, worn
floors or scratched doors, and a9 you look about
you'll find infinite uses for Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC.
This combined Stain and Varnish is made for beautifying your
home. You can easily apply it on any kind of wood. One
coat works wonders on anything that needs refinisning.
Try Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC to-day, it's in
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Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC comes in 11 Natural
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PAULL DRUG CO., Columbia, Ky. 5
. ;
There was a mistake inthe
price of the cow that John Cun
diff sold to Brack Cain. It was
$35 instead of $85.
Mr. Will Ed Squires was visi
ting at Disappoinment last week.
Mr. Chat Dohoney and wife
and Mrs. Sally Callison, of Cane
Valley, were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Cundiff last Tuesday.
Mr. Sam Smith, who has been
having a well drilled went 80 feet
deep and got no water but struck
some coal oil. They say if they go
6 or 7 hundred feet they would
strike plenty of oil. I would like
to see a good oil well in Adair
county. Wouldn't it be a grand
Mr. Turner Murray bought
Bob Logan's farm on, Pettit's
Mrs. Scott Todd and two grand
sons, Mrs. Bob Hatcher, Miss
Georgia Todd, Misses Rose and
Ann Todd visited Mrs. John Cun
diff last' Tuesday. Miss Ann
Todd, who has been confined to
her bed for three years, stood
the trip very well, considering
the bad road. It had been four
years since she visited her sister,
Mrs. Cundiff.
Tribue Shearer sold one calf to
Bunk Gill for $15.50.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cundiff
were visiting their son, Finis, at
Cane Valley, last Saturday.
Edith No. I.
Several from this place attend
ed the camp meeting at Knifley
last week.
Several from this place attend
ed the Institute at Columbia last
The show at this place last
Monday was a failure.
Mr, J. L. Beard, of Peck, was
in our midst last Monday.
Miss Annie Elizabeth Squires,
of Columbia, is visiting lier
brother, Mr. Henry Squires.
The school at Tabernacle is
progressing nicely with Miss
Sarah Collins as teacher.
Mr. Bill Jones, the poultry
buyer, gave us a call Wednesday.
Several from here attended the
dedication at Purdy last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Knifley
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Will
iams last Sunday.
Misses Fannie Evans and Lela
Beard visited relatives in Taylor
county last week.
Mrs. Vinie Beard was called to
the .bedside of her brother-in-law,
Dr. Jim Smith, last Satur
day. Later. He died.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires,
Miss Mattie Evans and Mr. Gus
Dunbar, Miss Ann Lizzie Squires
and Mr. Willie Evans, Miss Lela
Beard and Mr. S'. T. Evans and
sister, Fannie, all attended the
Sparks show at Campbellsville
last Wednesday.
Edith No. 2.
The health of this community
is very good at this writing.,
Mr. James Allen was in this
community a few days ago buy
ing cattle.
The framing to the new church
There is being a new cl.i.rch at Tahernacle is almost: pnmnlpf--
house erected at Tabernacle.
Misses Minnie and Lottie Knif
ley entered the L. W. 1. S. last
Mr. Bob Mings has just re
covered from a spell of fever.
Mr. Donnie Jones and cousin,
Miss Mary Jones, attended the
show at Campbellsville last Wed
nesday. Ut. J. N. White visited his
sister, Mrs. Mont Harmon, last
Miss Mary Jones, of this place,
spent a day or so of last week in
Taylor county.
The well machine has been., at
Mr. G W. Rubarts' for several
uaya auu uovcu i onuv;n. uuy wa
ter yet
Evans Bros, have a carload of
hogs which they will .ship in a
week or two.
Misses Minnie and Lottie Knif
ley left last week to enter school
at the L. W. T. 3. at Columbia.
Mr. J. N. White is at home on
a few days visit.
Miss Ann Lizzie Squires, who
has been visiting her brother,
Mr. Henry Squires, returned to
her home at Columbia last Sat
urday accompanied by her friend,
Mr. Willie Evans.
Rev. J. P. Daniels will fill his
regular appointment at Taber
nacle the third Saturday night
and Sunday in this month.
Mrs. Minnie Harmon and her
brother, Mr. J. N. White, visited
at Mr. F. W. Miller's last Tuesday.
lrvin's Store.
The dry weather continues in
this part. A number of wells
and springs are dry and water
is scarce.
Mr. William Swanson has gone
to Cincinnati to work.
Mr. Sam Pelley, of near Dunn
ville, was through here last week
looking for sheep.
Mr. Christman Wilson bought
one mule colt of Sam Wilson, of
Fonthill, for $70.
D. C. Hopper and wife, Dr.
Hammond, and wife were at
Russell Springs Saturday where
they attended the Lodge of
Eastern Star.
Misses Eva and Effie Ham
mond, of Russell Springs, visited
at Dr. Hammond's last Sunday.
There will be a teacehrs' Asso
ciation held at Salem Saturday,
September 27. An interesting
program is out.
The Russell County Medical
Society will meet at Jamestown
Saturday, September 20th. A
full attendance is hoped for. Let
every body go. ,
M. W. Cooper and Julias Gas
kins, of Russell Springs, were
here last Tuesday.
J. W. Haney. the photogra
pher, of Brady, was down to
Woodson Lewis
Greensburg, Ky.
Always appreciates trade.-f rom Adair and
Adjoining Counties and is constantly of
fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains
in all.Lines of goods!
Willfsend Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes
to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid,
Any goods not satisfactory can be re
turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days,
after sent outj
Woodson Lewis
The Adair County News and Weekly Courier-Journal,
both one Year Each $1.50
Herman C. Tafef
236 W. Jefferson, St.
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take the picture of our school
one day last week.
Mr. M. F. Sparks, the hustling.
. stock trader, was in this section
Our roads are so dusty it is ' last week buying cattle.
very disagreeable to travel them, Meggrs B Combg and Q
and when winter comes they will j HamiIton were transacfci bu3i
be impassable as there has been I ness afc GIaggo Iasfc week
comparatively no worK done on
I "- T " T"k a A
iur. n. o. Jf uiuam's house is
nearing completion.
Messrs Hopsin and Dave Walk
er visited at Edmonton last week.
Bro. John Scott will begin a
protracted meeting at this place
the second Sunday.
The health of this vicinity
very good at thi3 time.
Mr. Thomas Moss, wife and
nmrri nnd wifo cnpnh n fow davo r- G. E. Hamilton and fami-
of last week visiting relatives in Iy and Mrs Carrie Walker spent
Green county. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Y.
Mrs. Zora Rowe and little son,
Kinniard, passed through here Several from this place attend-
Saturday enroute for Columbia. ed tne al day singing, at Union,
Mrs. Mary Bell visited her son, lasfc Sundav.
J. C. Bell, of Keltner, a few days Mr. P. L. Bell, wife and three
of last week. children, of Mansfield, Texas,
Mr. T. B. .Combs fcnd wife wh0 sPent two weeks with rela-
spent a week with the former's tives ana friends, started on their
Darents, Mr. and Mrs. James homeward journey' Sept. 9.
Combs, Tompkinsville, recently. Saving feed- has begun with
On their return they were ac- the farmers,
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Combs, who spent several days, Tn road overseer, L. C. Walk
returning last Tuesday. er with a corps of hands, have
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kinnard Putingood time, working tha
visitecl relatives on South Fork, roads in the last week or two,
last week. putting them in f airIy gQQd ghap

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