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Image 1 of The Adair County news., August 16, 1905

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gy1r 1l1t tir + t I Y4 a t ijij 1 Y t FY < J W 7 I i bZt POST OFFICE DIREOTORY PETE CONOVER PERSONAL MENTION DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 am X0000000 e POSTMASTER 1L RUSSELL THE to 830 p m N COURT DIRECTORY N GOERS AND COMERS NY tI CoURTThree sessions a yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huddlerton SheriffFW Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat > 1 o i ft Mr John Rubel of Lebanon a promi ¬ uent business man was here one day last week Mr W H Newby was on the sick Messre G W Robertson and Brack list last week Massie were in Russell county the first Mr C P Banks Cane Valley was of the week here last Saturday Messrs Geo and Ed Staples who are Miss Cary Hughes is attending the down with rheumatism are thought to Shepherdsville Fair be improving CIRCUIT Mr Leslie Allen is abama First Monday In each month A Murrell Jaa Garnett County Attorney R Stulti Clerk EL P Conover Assessor J F Pelly A T McCaffrey SUr D Jones School SuptW CoronerC M Russell COUNTT COOBT JudgeT T JailerJ at home from Al- ¬ v Messrs Mont Murrell and Will Vance Mr Pat Burress the lumber man will are in Marion county attend the Camp meeting at Acton yorR Miss Jeannette Thompson called at Taylor county the New office Monday Mr C S Harris and his father IrMonday in Ellen Wheat Montpelier visit ¬ A W Harris are expected to arrive Mrs Crry COURT Regular court second ed in Columbia last week from Virginia today each month Judge Jas G Eubank Miss Francis Jones visited in Camp Mr Geo R Coffey who has been AttorneyGordon Montgomery bellsville a few days ago confined to his home with rheumatism Mar3halW A Myers Mr J B Montgomery Louisville is somewhat improved visited friends here last week Mr G B Smith who contemplated A CHURCH DIRECTORY Springs has de ¬ ¬ removing to Russell Mrs Jo Coffey Jr visited her moth cided to remain in or near Columbia PRESBYTERIAN er in Campbellsville last week BURKESVILLE STREET Rev W C Clemens Mr W F Jeffries Mr Robt RoySe Mr Sam Wheat Montpelier was in pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in and wife attended the funeral of Mr of the week Columbia the first each month SundaySchool at 9 a m ever Sab I Alonzo Barger Russell county last bath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night Mrs Mullinix who was quite sick weekCharley last week has about recovered METHODIST Campbell and brother of Rev F E Lewis pastor Mrs Geo A Atkins and baby have BURKES VILLE STREET Creelsboro were here last Thursday Sundays in each month Services first and third been quite sick for several days They sold several mules at satisfactory SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L in Prayer Mr Geo Stults returned from Louis ¬ prices meatinar Thursday night ville and Cincianati a few days ago Mr Geo Follis has returned from the BAPTIST Prof C R Payne returned from Green county the first of the week Sunday First and third Sundays in each month John and Joe Harris visited Will and when he left School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeetine Tuesday night John Vance at Bliss Saturday night Mr Abner Jones and his sister Miss CHRISTIAN Mr YT Robinson of Campbells ¬ Ada May came down from Jamestown pastor ville was here several days of last Saturday Miss Jones will remain un ¬ CAMPBELLSVILLE PIKEEld A L Oder and Fourth Sundays in week til after the Fair Services second each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Misses Nina Marcum kind Bess Rowe Mrs Rollin Hurt and herson Master a m Prayermeetine Wednesday night returned from Glasgow Monday after- ¬ Ralph Hurt herneice Miss Ella Chand ¬ noon ler Hillsboro Texas visited Mrs J R LODGES Mr W T Hendrickson and life Smith Campbellsville last week 7 MASONIC Caseys Creek were in Columbia last Mrs N J Nevicus Stanford Ky M C JUJHBLV LODGE No 96 F and A Friday and Miss Lillian McClary Knoxville meeting in their hall over bank on nightI Master Charley Patison Campbells Tenn left for their homes Tuesday on or before thefull moon in each month vine visiting his sister Mrs Jo Cof ¬ morning after a pleasant visit to their Montgomery VT Gordon jf if fey Jr uncle Mr Z L Samuel EG Atkins Secretary f ¬ Dr C M Russell has very much im meets 2nd Friday CoiMuL COUNCIL U D right after full moon in each month JAS GAPNETT T I M few days count serious illness of his father T R STULTS RECORDER Mr Elmo Warden of Louisville vis ¬ and mother and who died a short time Friday ited friends in Columbia a day or two after his arrival left for his home in COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets T R Stults H P Alabama a few days ago night after full moon last week I I ¬ condit I pastorGItEEr7BUPG WjFriday aproved R toI I I Secretary Horace Jeffries It is + w E LESTER DENTIST ° KENTUCKY KENDALL Iam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing repairing on short notice WADE H EUBANKS JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST t KENTUCKY SSTOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK FORSALE Farm of acres 6V1 miles south of Columbia Ky on Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in grass in good state of cultivation good house and outbuildings good fencing plenty of water and timber one store house and lot a good and well selected stock of goods This Ss a good point to do busines9tA i fu saw mill direct attact ment in good running order will cutlSOOOi M feet per day 150 white oak treessta rtBYtrrii1es 278 t enginw power e 9 s CHAP GIN a i one bucket assroodas new Eightyeight 88 acres of land en Burnes creek Smiles south of Colum bia Ky b ost all in Umber The stave timb has been cut off of the above but there isppplar ash black oak chestnut hickory and chestnutoak e for sale by still on the 88 acres All the r GlensforkxyJ Notice y 4 I have taken iro three so wsone S cear C tr J t rif r tW Myers City W v x > 1 large and two small ones ones are marked a crop off of each and an upper bit in the > tZ Mrs Lou Loy has presented this office with the largest apple we have seen this season It was well shaped and weighed 17 ounces drePovJJifsrtQran6oO j I CArT STANDBY < t o I VrJ f Noted High Diver I o J o If He Will Erect a Derrick ONE HUNDRED FEET High and from the top Will Plunge t c II Pool of Wter r C Below 0i gypOO tN85tOO i w Je B COFFEY President L 1if 7- ADVANCE Pays Tuition Board and Incidentals LINDSKVWIL- generally known that too SCHOOL SONTlRHINING muchrain is as injurious to a corn crop as not enough This seems to have been the case this season The stalks have grown up tall and slender and in many fields are overshooting them ¬ selves It is said that some have from four to six shoots to the stalk Most of the crop is now in the roasting ear state but the ears are not as large as they usually are when the season is The Columbia colored base ball boys will cross bats here Saturday August good 19th with the Burkesville base ball F College grounds team at the M Jn a few weeks the county canvass willopen in earnest The candidates i for Rent will be in the saddle from the rising of Some houses and lots and farms apply to A B Cox people Some of them of a very affec ¬ Columbia Ky tionate nature will kiss the babies and pronounce them the handsomest and Notice sweetest children upon earth and will I am now ready to accommodate even signify a willingness to adopt one any one who wants to attend the Grif ¬ it being so smart and cute There are fin Springs Terms 450 per week various ways to secure votes but the FAULKNER RL 3t man who is profuse in his compliments to the good house wife concerning her Miss Minnie Kemp a popular young children and the tidy manner in which lady of this place and a wellknown she keeps house generally ties the old teacher has accepted a porition with man on F High School for the en ¬ the M school year We congratulate suing The electric light plant now in opera ¬ the management upon securing her ser ¬ tion is a convenience tnat the citizens vices knowing that she will give per¬ of Columbia should have been enjoying fect satisfaction She has taught in several years ago The four arc lights both our colleges the principals speak ¬ on the square make it as light as day ing of her qualifications in the highest and a great deal of shopping is done terms after supper A number of citizens Greensburg and Columbia base ball here had their residences wired and teams met on the LindsayWilson many others will follow suit grounds this place last Saturday af¬ No persons in Columbia are more inter- ¬ ternoon The game was called at 230 ested in the upbuilding of the town Sons and to and was witnessed throughout by quite than Mr W R Myers a number of ladies and gentlemen who them and the municipal board credit is are interested In the national sport due for the lights Our boys did not come up to themselves Your neighbor is pleased with that and when the game closed the score stood eleven to five in favor of Greens set of ombstones or monument we sold burg them Give us your order and we will please ydu too JOur prices are lowest a 4t < > for Sale You get firstclass work and material One l horse power gasoline engine Write us a card and we will call and with grist mill and corn crusher in show you out line of designs and sam good conduitS pieaof marble and granite 00000000 0000000000 r All For One School Year Beginning Sept 5th Rooms Lighted LITERARY TEACHERS MUSIC INTERMEDIATE Electricity COUNTY CERTIFICATE STATE CERTIFICATE ACADEMIC With PRIMARY STATE DIPLOMA SPECIAL VOICE Mine ELOCUTION PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED 1905 ete- nInstructors ART INSTRUMENTS Corn COMMERCIAL Boarding facilities greatly improved by past experience Latest and best Methods will be agused in every Department of our work For Catalogue or further information address Ts5 R to Payne Mgr JW Columbia KTv 1 WATER STREET COLUMBIA LOCAL not 00000 NUMBER 39 Oa pO oo i o makinginquiry I am prepared to do your buggy LOCATION OO COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 151905 8 VOLUME r tm anntu n w- d< + fs bt J r e t Ij t 7 f- r < i ghttI trr J if I Kmfley KY f tf < i f r > Springt J H Nicholson Elroy r x rorSale Afanncontaining216 acres of goo land lyJlg three mi ea West of Columproperty is known as the W bia J Atkins farm It produces well and There is also much valuable tim ¬ ber For further information dress G A Atkins Columbia ings t i 1M 1 t 1 f a4F J Eliza Grider who has been quite sick for the past month is improving typhoidfuw and piano She has had several years experience Her technique is good and she has the true musicians gift of in ¬ telligent interpretation Special men ¬ Mrs Iona Stearman of Dallas Texas is visiting friends in this ¬ community Her little ten year old son has typhoid The agriculturists perhaps deserves Mrs Jane Phelps is on the sickle more praise than ano otheij class of experience L i t n < 3 t r r i kEr t Ji k 4l wZr 1r t c l i x s > JL > > 7f t N MIJRRELL DENTIST ya r w s feverr men In fact the world would amount list to but little without him It doesthe hearts of men in other vocations good to see a merry round faced farmer independent and yet free from vanity rell and wife Lebanon attended and pride industrious and patient in the funeral of Alonzo Barger his calliug kind and obliging to his fel ¬ low men and with many other noble traits which light up his character He gives to society its best support He is the edifice of government and the lordN Of nature Look at him in hiss home spun gray and black and laughit you COLUMBIA KENTUCKY will bathe can smil at your ignorance and sleep while his cropelgrow All OFFICE nCorIIPx Room a MarcunmX honor tohiinwho tills thetisoilHotel r l 3 F Miss Universityi v i Corn is looking wall in this neighborhood J W Wood Cane Valley > 1ESTO After spending much time in canvass ¬ ing the field Messrs Payne and Neilson consider themselves fortunate in secur¬ ing the services of Miss Hattie May Penland as music teacher for the Lind ¬ sayWilson Training School She comes highly recommended by the Director of oftMiddleburg JE v rr 1 SIMMS Preaching Next Sunday J L Adkins Freedoms J P Scruggs ColumbiaL A L Oder Mt Pleasant E N Earley Cool Z T Williams Pleasant Hill W H C Sandidge Union Barger Union Chapel C F E Lewis Columbia gooddbarn BOsr Kyte iv COAKLEY c I r r r lumphress cC 0 Mr J B Russell of Watson this county vouches for the following snake story Mont Corbin who lives in the Watson section killed a black snake last week and in cutting it in twain six ¬ teen young ones all alive made their The same day Mr Grisler appearance killed one finding ten hen eggs in its stomach In the same neighborhood Ben Robinson acolored man dispatch- ¬ ed ont and in cutting it open he found line hen eggs He placed one of the eggs under a setting hen and a chicken was hatched J r r I 1 l 4 1- Ka 1 i

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