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Image 1 of The Adair County news., December 28, 1910

Part of The Adair County news.

r J f r L > t I t j4i Ili r > t f 3 t A b 11 < VOLUME XV Y COLUMBIA it 1 I ADAIR COUNTY Uflfltr4 Ir r AT THEATER jMiss BaptisI ltheMorrow v Morning LEAVE IMMEDIATELY FOR LOUISVILLE WE with flowers and evergreens and at eleven oclock Miss Frances Wheat 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 way 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 accomplished and highly educated young lady but her accomplishments did not over- ¬ shadov her disposition to become do mestic said to be one of the best home girls in Columbia She is exceedingly popular with the old and the young everybody wishing ner much I ¬ ¬ kappmessThe isa groom 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 We predict a bright future for this very popular couple r < v To My Friends i At the beginning of the New Year i it affords me much pleasure to announce stE to my many true and substantial cus tomers who have favored me with so much of their business during the payear that 1 will remain with the same old reliable firm who have beerf in the wholesale grocery business in the city of Louisville for 51 years and if any firm in the State of Kentucky is in a position to take great care of the wants of their customers it certainly is the v veryI I I ¬ 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 past and for the same I will promise to do my best in every way possible to give entire satisfaction tq all Wishing you all a very prosperous and happy New Year a trulyi 1 L Mr and Mrs L P Holladay former ly of Adair County but who now live at Custer Okla are the proud parents 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 efa e I1I r i wife is almost 29 years of age and to be sure the above proud parents almost worship their first born R IL and Pinkie Christie of Camp Ky have several fat hogs for sale 63t i Knox 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 i suba ¬ and one thousand for e ach dollar paid en Job work or for advertising Come on with your votes i EI 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 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 I tto A team hooked to wagon belonging Crit Willis created a little distur e on the square last Wednesday 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 damaged I want to employ two work hands for the year1911 C MvHerriford Columbia < Snow fell v yr pidly Ky hereIat Fri ufutp J 7 9rndcontinued 4 tbjnwind flakes were large but I tljjil SffJ i L ti > tv < i j oJ Th Before our next issue the Christmas festivities will be about over hence w take this week to extend to al our pat rons the coinplimentsofthe season Candidates Stand End of the trusting that the holidays will be de lightfully spent that no accident will befall a single person and when the Weeks Voting New Year comes we will enter it with a determination of being better men and better women during 1911 than we COUNTERS w FUWERS BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT were in the year 1910 We bless the old year for during its reign we were kept comfortable and we will enter Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night 7 pny Dec 26 1910 th < New with morjs friends than we had L Nellie Follis Columbia l in the year now about to pass yViV4 >y Rose Hunn Columbia The News now has a circulation of Julia Price Bliss > Ethel Moore nearly three thousand and the list is V Bell Butler Columbia + steadily growing and in a few rnoSlhs Alva Knight Jamestown vs J 7 ii we hope to announce that the 3000 mark Madge Rosenfield Columbia v has been reached Our Jobdepartment Mrs J C Browning Milltown is constantly busy and we have arrangc X NoraBradshaw Montpelier i Ada Feese Cane ed to do a larger business during the >f Ella Coriover Columbia coming year than in any twelve months Mary Squires Columbia > V4S 1 of the paste Rosa Bell We certainly feel grateful toour y Fannie Sandusky Glensfork fej> many friends for their liberal support yVvY Allie Garnett Columbia to Grace Dudley Glensfork > We have endeavored to win the confi Nellie Waggener n dence which a kind people has placed Lucile Winfrey in us and we promise to do everything Creel Nell Gradyville p in our power to merit esteem in the rap Rosa May Conover M future Mary Miller Columbia I V Lois Hollady Columbia Inprovements will be made in the en l< V i5 Nancy Willis Columbia gentleman will terior of the office and a < Mrs CMRussell Columbia bo on the road to greet you secure Clu Lutde Barger J oppa your work which will be dispatched as X Helen Upton Glensfork s rapidly as skill and presses can turn it Ina Hulse Columbia Mary Hancock Cane r outAgain >V > Mrs Dan Clark Columbia wishing you one and all a iV L > Virgie McLean Columbia v prosperous New Year we are very v Hulda McFarland Rowena > truly The Adair County News t p at the j BaptistChurch c 1910 Purdyp yJv > > > iyUv Valley4 ¬ NellY J V V ¬ t Columbiat Columbia4 ontpelerf ValleyL r 8 J AT THE WILLARD HOTEL An effort is now on foot to secure money by subscription to aid in build ¬ ing bridge across Green river at Miss Lena Todd of This Place Neatsville Two petitions are being Mr Golan Butler of Near circulated in the upper end of the county and people are subscribing to Town to be Made One the enterprise liberally Mr S H Newboldof Louisville has sent in a i Filth and subscription of fifty dollars andlJrC BY DR E L POWELL Wm Hobson manager of the Single Tree and Spoke Company has subscribed seventyfive dollars Many Miss Lena Todd a popular young others are giving according to their of this place a daughter of Mr pacity to pay The building of and Mrs G El 1is REED cal r 1 NUMBER Bridge at Neatsville THE PIANO CONTEST tIc the IV Church i WILL 28 i Frances Wheat Jones and Mr Geq R Reed to be United at > DECEMBcR WEDNESDAY KENTUCKY < t I- i t Christmas and New Year Greeting 1 i 248 975 208 925 188275 116 118 112 110 104 900 275 600 250 075 1U3 200 Q7 600 90 600 88 025 and Mr Golan toar 75 475 54 800 ¬ 54 3UO 500 400 000 200 200 900 I Quicklysettledo 40900 40600 38 37 37 37 36 33 32 Todd trated unioni 86700 51 46 42 43 43 41 A utler a prominent young farmer a son of Mr andJMrs Josh Butler left terprising man should start a petition here Sunday afternoon for Louisville hey announced before taking their departure that they would be married by Court will do the rest Think of the E L Powell at the Willard Hotel advantages to be derived from a bridgeT r afternoon and would return to across Green river at the menthe grooms parents Wednesday tioned and subscribe to the fund This marriage is Inot a surprise as ¬ can be built if a united effort is he couple had been going together for prising people of Adair fail when they several years and it was generally go after public improvements and this predicted that their courtship would in a project we believe can be carried There were no objections upon the successful termination if we will all pull together Give us good roads and part of the parents on either side mar more bridges and our county will pros rying from home being a decision per as never before Talk the bridge arrived at by the contracting parties and give something to aid in securing and upon their return will be gladly re- ¬ ceived by all interested parties it The bride has been a popular teacher f the county for several years and the groom an industrious farmer This is to certify that J E Murrell Doubtless many handsome and useful agent of the Connecticut Mutual Life presents will be in waiting for this very Insurance Company has this day paid deserving couple me one thousand dollars the amount of insurance my late husband carried in RecitaL 4flO 0 900 400Isaid company 200 Elizabeth P Coffey 925 Dec 24th 1910 900 800 Prayer The Week 3001E 1 Last Tuesday evening the r usic pu ¬ pils of Miss Ethel Lee Hatcher assist ¬ ed by the expression pupils of Miss of Mac Gavock gave a delightful recital Lindsay 1The week of prayer will be observes Iin theseating Wilson chapel The en ¬ A Highly Enjoyable31 900 Minnie Rodgers Milltown j Mlv capacity was taken long next veek in a series of union services 30 200 Mrs B M Currie Columbia before the beginning of the program held at the various churches The prr The people of Columbia were delight ¬ 28 300 Louise Grissom Columbia and those who attended felt fully re ¬ prJgram with the leaders is in ¬ paid fully entertained at the courthouse 27 550 Mabel Hindman Columbia for each number given was well dicated last Thursday evening It was the 27 300 Mattie Hatcher Milltown Vrv rendered and heartily applauded Misses Monday Jan 2nd at the Christian C holiday entertainment given by the 26 300 Zella Fields Breeding Hatcher and Milliken sang Till we Church B M Currie leader Theme smaller pupils of the Graded school 19 000 Lee Vista Royse Columbia meet again accompaniment v r The Worlds Approach to God the Uni being played by the V children from six to fourteen years old Bettie Log Fairplay 16600 Miss Annie Hodges versal Church sixty or seventy in number all of whom fr 13 300 Lula Royse The Bird song given by Miss Milli Tuesday the Baptist V V were on the spot with their nerve It Mallie Mpss Columbia AT 13700 ken was indeed a treat to all music Church J R Crawford leader Theme is remarkable to see so many children 9 300 Mrs Sallie Kelley Cane Valley lovers Eachone of the young ladies 7 The Home and the school appear upon the stage single and in 9 100 Mattie Gibson Breeding did splendidly and easily convinced the ¬ Wednesday Jan 4th at the Meth groups apparently without the least 8 500 Annie L Blakeman Milltown patrons and friends that they had been odist Church Z T Williams leader 6 600 embarrassment The court house was Milltown Ethel Thompson carefully trained and that quite a good v Theme religion and its relation toGov ¬ 1 6 150 crowded with friends of the school and Mary Caldwell Milltown deal of work was required in memoriz r i ernment and politics v to face such an audience older persons 1 400 ing of the difficult numbers given by Turner Glenville o Thursday Jan 5th at the Presby ¬ often tremble fearing a mistake buJ music pupils as well as expression terian Church D H Howerton leader upon this occasion every boy and girl Thanks are due Misses Hatcher and Missionary ObligationTheme The was on to his or her job each part Mac Gavock and those who took part Miss Pearl Nell Receives Death of An Old Citizen A cordial invitation is extended to being played and spoken to perfection for a very enjoyable evening and heres Painful Injuries everyone to attend all these services hoping we will have more like it during not an error being made during the en ¬ Opportunity will be given for afree The end came to a long and useful tire eveningthe spring term discussion of all these subjectsa Sunday night about 8 oclock It was certainly gratifying to theilife last Miss Pearl Nell one of the popular j many parents to see their children act when Rev Solomon Nichols died at the and efficient assistants in the qfRce of REPORTOFTHECONDITION so perfectly and it was certainly pleas ¬ home of his soninlaw Mr Geo Garri ¬ the Clerk of the Court of Appeals had ACall For Organization ing to the teachers who trained them son near town The deceased was about a fall as she was alighting from the OF THE The Indian play Hiawatha was the eightysix years old and had been a street car Thursday morning in front of A call is hereby extended to alK pas on the program and it proved a local Methodist preacher for more than the Frankfort Drug Cos store She tors and other accredited ministers of last great hit The following were the a half century He perhaps officiated sustained a painful bruise on her shoul ¬ Columbia and vicinity to meet at theduring his life at more funerals and der and was considerably shaken up charactrs M E Church on Monday Jan 9th Hiawatha Alvin Lewis Nohomis marriages than any other man in all but Dr Fish who was called to attend for the purpose of effecting an organ- DOING BUSINESS AT TOWN OF COLUM > this country Nellie Tarter Iagoo Count Stults her thinks there will be no serious re ization for the mutual improvement BIA COUNTY OF ADAIR STATE OF He was a kind unassuming old gen- ¬ suIts fronA the fall unless some unex ¬ and for the discussion of such topics as Wahwahi ysee Margaret Lovett KENTUCKY PaupahKeewiss Sindey Dunbar Chi tleman had agood word for every per- ¬ pected complications arise Frankfort are of vital concern to ourselves our biabos THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE < He nr y Hancock Opeechee son he met every body having implicit News sAT congregations as well as other ji Robin Marvin Sinclair Owaissa confidence in his honesty He was a 15TH DAY OF DEC 1910 that may claim our attention Let J Bluebird Rollin English Adjidaumo man who proved his religion by his every minister in rea h be present on RESOURCES Squirrel Joe Long Wabasso Rab- ¬ daily walk and his passing brought REPORTOFTHE CONDITION the above date This call is made by 14353977 Loans and Discounts bit William Thompson Four scenes sorrow to many hearts U S and other Bonds the pastors of ColumbiaZ were represented Hiawathas Infancy 13 67OO5Stocks and Secureties The funeral took place at the res ¬ Williams vDue from Banks 1114553 his Childhood his Hunting and Hunting idence at three oclock Monday after ¬ Crawford 1301555 Acuil Cash on hand noon conducted by Rev B M Currie B M Currie Checks cash items and feastEvery child whb was in the entertain ¬ and the interment was on the farm SoB 60 D H Howerton Exchange for Clearing DOING BUSINESS AT TOWN OF CO ¬ 2772 76 Overdrafts Unecured ment deserve special mention but as Peace to his memory LUMBIA COUNTY OF ADAIR Current Expenses and there were so many and our space 1 desire to rent the lower rooms o f j 1 587 24 dtaxespaid fixtures being limited a general notice will STATE OF KENTNCKY 3000 OQ The birth of our Savior was duly ob haveto suffice Mrs Kate Smith Other Assets not included 82t AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON barn Sunday served Columbia belowI k Garlinp Jan3rdat IValria t M oJ I f BANK OFCOlUMBIA J oft- dt he61T11NS BflNK JR ¬ jn last At t the morning services at the Presbyte ¬ v Stray Hogs rian church the pastor Rev J R Crawford read a most interesting pa ¬ There are two stray sows at my per one that every Bible student in place Mark underbit in right ear Columbia should have heard At night The owner can have by paying charges there were union services in the same Ben Blair building Eld Z T Williams made a most entertaining talk and Rev B M Edith Ky Currie and Judge H C Baker pad pa ¬ pers that were of special interest A large congregation was out No one day the biggest day of the week All j can hear stories of the meek and lowly during Saturday the walk around the i Savior and keep back feelings of square was crowded with men women emotion and children purchasing supplies to be distributed by Santa Glaus The caridv contest closed at Hugh Richardsons store last Saturday De Russell Mr Hugh Richardson is now offering cember the 24th Dr set valued at 10 wholesale drew the first prize and Mrv 0 P Wil ¬ a silver price A ticket will be issued to every lis second and third prizes person who purchases 15 cents worth of sat his store The one D F Page of Indianapolis Ind a former citizen of Columbia a brother ofMrJ T Page had the misfortune Hit I to getyione of broken two Ithem I THE 15TH DAY OF DEC I H Jb I wek ago tt t I 66338 Is TOTAL I I LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid cash > Surplus Funds l22iioof Undivided Profits 2J926fl Deposits on which iritereat i ce T t 4 z f t et if t tbepet I i r 1l II i V 118 > 8174i129 tr 090961 590 951 > 0 u > 00 E r C 1 fe I beIt > < oJ r I > JL Toe I = iAtJI Dinp71j JMg t S l hif i hMb ti- 1 1 JJrI G ZCC o 1 k IoI valI eemstts at b r riiidetic eatect o A Mr1jIaE o i laiIe iI oft reueiti- iTc v v Attorney Gordon Montgomery iTotaU were notified to come and hold an in STATE OF KENTUCIY Set > isnotpaid w 4422468 quest and they left Monday morning C9UN1YOPADAIR I 19581 Due to BankS v the Jury in the case stated in its I Jno W Flowers Cashier of the above amed The i Bills Payable 290000 i 7 above tate Bankidogolemnljr sweat that verdict that young Grider came to his mentis true to the best of my knowledge and > TOTAL J3318 death by the accidental discharge of a Jno W Flowers Caahiec lief 7 STATE OF K ENTUCKYS ct pistol in the hands of John Grider The 8ubserbed and sworn to neforc me br COUNTY OF diy of proof showed that the boy who was Wl Flowers this 26thtPires JanDec i9ii My Com tone L Je Coffey Cashier of the above named 17tll114 who fired the shot JRGARNETTNPAC Ky Bank do soteranly swear that the abovestate killed and the one Correct meat is true to the beet eC my knowledge andj be- were notidril king and that they jwsre Jo Coffey Cashier lief WWJoNDireMort jcqufina and the b it of friend s M g b aribed aadsweratobeforemeby Jo fey ijV y rij i cTO f S J r87358 fc I k4 lfiL i > 34 00000 < f- q V v r DrC 401768 County rl Rev J R Crawford lefftljis it ing for Burkes ville On Wedneiday iifM9m3r ofDecembttr19ifr vfc JKiI 1IfiUt a r vibMtKeemaoiMioa eaqplres jBnryu 19 forenoon he will officiate at themarM Tire MethodUt Sunday l Rusaellilft 4ryPubfor the befit- > rlaeof Mr RicrdrxaeiWMtjC- tWat4ntertnatitCporthotwe 1icCgretAtt a xt at the will take Kittk arden The WA Per llare TlMinld niRt N > cash3OOOOO0 ¬ 15 000 00 f l LIAiCliITIES Capital stock paid in in 30 OOoOOUn Surplus divided profits 4 000 00 Total Deposits on which inter eat is paid i Deposi ts on which interest is not paid > Due to Banks young Grider no one knowing who fired Other Iiiabiiities not inA it Another report is that Grider was eluded under any Crof heads to the purposely shot by one of his compan Ex Int D Tx M Russell ions The coroner Aset i hjegs 9i t If I Js i9209 r Afi I j iP 250 X TOTALjP 2 Loans and Discounts f49 94G 83 It is impossible to get the particulars 2 836 58 Due from Banks 3 755 69 of a killing which occurred in the White Actual Cash onhand ms and Sr Checks Oak precinct last Sunday afternoon01 I K 316 S exhcansre for clearing The statement that reached this office 370945 Overdrafts secured 1 51146 522061 is about as follows Overdrafts unsecured A son of Mr George Grider and four Cnrrent Expenaes ands V A I 2 342 39 or five other boys were in a barn drink- ¬ taxes paid M 1 C65 00 Furniture and Fixtures ing There was a pistol in the crowd < Other Assets not included I and suddenly it was discharged killing p 2S5 00 underany of above heads rL j under anyof the above heads I ¬ setJDrawing 1my Killing in White Oak RESOURCES I 0M 1910 j M fiiflt 0O4i tS i Columbim and ne- twrnrt it i i S til Zs j J 2 ffi byadcmToIM Vvt 1 1 r 1 clJ I e tillRev J t Jsisu lij to this county I f last S1 ed hi CWVMIt Ssea jP Iit i 0 1fr a UW1 f Ii j

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