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The ASair County News
The Louisville Post
Home and Farm
All Three Papers
One Year With
Atlas Included
The Atlas Alone is
Worth More Than
We Ask For All
This offer is good for January Only
Adair County
Russell Creek.
Mr. H. f. Smith is quite sick
at this writing,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crenshaw,
Misses Rose and Bess Hunn,
Nell Follis and Ella Todd, all of
Columbia, were visiting Misses
Verna and Lula Todd during the
holidays, and all had an enjoy
able time skating on the pond
near their home
Messrs. Dessie Cowherd and
Branch Sublett, of Romine; Noel
Thomas and Robert Caldwell, of
Milltown, and Bill Hancock, of
Cane Valley, were visiting Will
Ed Squires during the holidays.
Misses Stora and Linnie Hutch
ison, of Mt. Pleasant, were vis-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pick
ett were visiting in Columbia
last week.
Misses Mattie and Mary Young
I and Miss Elva Murrell and broth-!
er, all of Ozark, were visiting
Misses Nina and Helen Smith
during the holidays.
Bro, Perryman will preach at
Hutchison school house the sec
ond Saturday night and Sunday.
Let every body come out and
have a good crowd as the last
appointment was to bad for any
one too get out.
Miss Mary Caldwell, of Mill
town, was visiting Miss Nina
Smith last week.
Mr. Ed Triplett and sister,
Miss Effie, of Disappointment,
and Miss Maud Bradley were vis
Rowes X Roads.
iting Mr. and Mrs Lawrence
Pickett last Wednesday night. iting afc Mr John Cundiffs last
Mr, and Mrs. Pickett gave a par- Saturday night.
ty to the young people, which
was largely attended. All re
port a nice time and wish for
many more like it.
Mr. Alvin Page, son of Mr,
Eldridge Page, and Miss Bessie
Emma Smith were happily mar
ried' at the bride's father, Mr.
and Mrs. James R. Smith, last
Wednesday, the 30th.
4 Mr. Sam Curry's two daught
ers, of St. Marys, Marion Co.,
are visitine Mr. T. B. Hood's
Mr. Billie Todd and sister,
Miss Cecil, and Mr. Griffin Chewn
ing, of Romine, Taylor county,
were visiting at Mr. John Cun
diffs, during the holidays.
Messrs. Hugh SHutchison and
Tennie Cundiff, of Mt. Pleasant,
Mr. Billie Cundiff, of Camp
ICnox, Misses Annie and Dora
Murray were visiting at Mr. J.
R. Cundiffs, during the holidays.
Mis; Pi1 Go'"3 WrtS visiting
at Cane Valley last week.
Well, Christmas has come and
gone agin. The snow was so
deep and was so cold Santa did
not get in much of a job this
time. The quietest time I ever
saw for Christmas in this corner.
The boys made the rabbits
live hard, while the deep snow
was on the ground.
Bill Cook has all of his chil
dren, sons-in-law and grand chil
dren with him this week. What
a jolly time they are having cook
ing and eatmg.
A young preacher from Indi
ana, by the name of. Brett, ttook,
a night with me tKis weekl - He
was on. his way to Manntown to
take up work for the JJ. B.
church. -' "-".
03car Beck and family, nave
come in from Illinois. They are
hereatHoskin Clarks. V'
"Rill Pir'- "wn3? " -lir fr?n q
I Russell Springs, this week. I winds up Christmas.
Old aunt Sallie Ann Blakey
still remains in very poor health
Lyss Sullivan's wife is on the
sick list this week.
52 years ago to-day, I was
vounded and captured at the
battle of Stone River, Tenn. I
was a member of Co., G. 3rd
Ky., Infantry. Capt. Sam Mc
Kee, of Columbia, was in com
mand of the regiment whenVe
went in to the fight. He was
killed in a little while. Dr. Heck
Owens, also of Columbia, was
taken prisoner with me. We
were captured at the Field Hos
pital across the river. Dr. Ow
ens had just taken off a leg for
a lieutenant of Co., F. I think
his name was Dan Servants,
when the 3rd Georgia cavalry
made a charge on the hospital,
and took us in. This was Dec.
31, 1862. The 3rd Ky., lo3t in
that battle 117 Killed, wounded
and missing, so says our history.
There is still 10 or 12 of old com
pany G. living yet. I am the
youngest. I am 71. So, you see
it will all soon be a thing of the
past. Boy's, meet me,in glory.
Bro. Frank Turner is here
with me on hi3 rounds 'as a npw
Presiding ""-Elder. 'He is doing
good preaching.
Bro. Ad Aaron's wife, that
died at Glenville, Dec, 31, was
brought back up here to Bethel
and was buried by the side of
her son. Sister Tommie was a
good wife and mclher and had
many friends. She leaves a hus
bangfour daughters and two
Ions to mourn her loss from them.
She has just gone on before,
Weep not friends trust in God.
EoZute this reaches the eyes
of its readers, Frank Blakey and
Dona Phelps; Vernon Selby and
Lillie Pearl Grider will be mar-
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