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Image 1 of The Adair County news., April 3, 1907

Part of The Adair County news.

J I w T A eji1 Tq t rai i r r VOLUME LECTURE r o tt- De ¬ Mistakes livered at the Courthouse r Mondy Evening laecta 7I ¬ JI lv introduced by Gov Jlis usual happy mannfll NEW POSTMASTER Mr J N Coffey recently appointed postmaster in Columbia took charge of the office Wednesday Mr Coffey is too wellknown to need any introduction to the people of this vicinity He is a business man thoroughly capable of ren ¬ in Hindman f Kl s KENTUCKY t> WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 c r after listen jigiv rjispinrgunjiKWTOiaae by the Co lumbia Babd In closing Bishop Carter dwelt on the tender memories of early life and paid a just tribute to home one that impressed his many hearers with its in ny blessings after wnicli the Band played Home Sweet Home dering efficient service and that it will be done is not a doubtful proposition Mr George Nell is Mr Coffeys deputy and a man experienced in the business having been postmaster here under the Mr Pete Harrison Administration BUTTER UNDER PURE FOOD Conover will be retained as clerk and his j knowledge and adaptation to the work is a further guarantee of satisfactory Under tjhe Pure Food Law which service With good will to our retiring 1st the goes into effect September and good wishes for the new should claim the at ¬ postmaster butter following one his deputy and employees the tention of All who sell the article News cheerfully accepts the change All butter sold by dealers in this com modity must not contain more than 15 In another column will be found the per cent of moisture For selling the advertisment of Young Coffeys stock same with more than that amount of which your attention is directed if you are interested in the propagation of in each amd every case The word good horses and mules These gentle ¬ moisture im the above case simply man are so thoroughly known to the people of this entire country as not to your butter till it is hard and firm and needany introduction from this publi there will b no trouble Too test for cation but in justice to them and in determiningl the amount of moisture is justice to their stock and the people Very simple and any one can become Take a within this section we feel that it is an expert a ter a few trial half a pound our duty to say that they are men who nickle plate knife cut in know the value and importance of well plate of butter On examination of bred stock as truly as the make up of the knife if small globules or drops of an ideal individual In offering what buttermilk appear on the knifes sur ¬ they have they feel that they are giv face or each of the divided halves of ing the best service in this line ever of ¬ butter it contains 15 per cent of mois fered to the people in this immediate But ture and is not up to regulations section Any business entrusted them these regulations will not beenforced will show up correct Call and exam until September 1st next so everyone ine their stock you are interested in if will have time to learn how to make what they offer according to requirements for 1907 NUMBER I I I ISunday MURDER OF FATHER STONE I The second Quarterly Conference of the Methodist Church will be held this afternoon at 3 oclock There will be preaching this evening by the Presiding Elder Rev W A Hines Communion will be held at the close of the evening MURRELL The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs E C Murrell of Portales New Mexico on the 15th of March jm theirjorecious little and tookfljfl girl D8iothyto that fond where pain and 5rrow never enter She vas born 10th itjairfield Iowa mi and diedMarchJiuarythe 1907 days agtf3 Years She Death resuii rom was the firs titer of her arents formerly of Hnis county an whose with many friends zhd kindred them the t sympathy in the loss of their precious child whos bright mind and swee disposition held out the fondest of ho es but whos sudden taking has left i vacant place hat can never be filled A sweet little irl the pride of the par nts A precio is child taken from this worldof sin i nd sor ¬ row only remi Is us all of the uncertainty of life t e certainty oj death and the unchan eableldecree pi Prov ¬ rest idence May th upon the sorrowing parents may they see and realize hat their littlJ one is far better off dy her removal from earth to heaven n the budhood of life t I ¬ Delivered Sermon rJ thisI I first attempt 0 tI Jt iI iJ 1r tr ttp f 1 1 Joppa Ky PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY IThe W H C Sandidge Union A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Milltown G Y Wilson Picketts Chapel T J Campbell Glensfork F J Barger Beech Grove Z T Williams Cane Valley H T Jessee White Oak I 1 z PAID LIST r Is Your Name News Honor Roll Written There J W Burdick S H Rexroat G A Bault C M Walters T G Dillon N J Davenport T J Campbell D Wil ¬ son Lilburn Phelps Mrs Olga Gooch DrW G Flanagan Geo E Wilson J A Vaughan J M Russell W T Walker Wm Mack J F Pendleton Owen Giles Luther Maupin Geo H Squires P C McCaffree J J Allen ° DOWN GOES FLOUR i ¬ duringhis 4 i t i I 7 I maref YOUNG BROS LECTURE TONIGHT all for their attendance The master ¬ ly manner in which his subject was Southern Mans View of Abra ¬ handled the clear and consise presenta ¬ for the benefit of the tion of Gods words showed conclusive- ¬ Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian ly that the Bishop is one of the most gifted and learned divines that has church Admission 15ctwo for 25c filled a Columbia pulpit for many a day children 10c A man of scholarly attainments mag¬ netic pesonality his coming will be GREENSBURG TURNPIKE Mr J H Young returned from the heralded with delight by Columbia Indian nation last week where he and church goersA Hunn purchased boundary of tim ¬ Eld W K Azbill who was invited to ber land Mr Young is well pleased SERVICES AT DISAPPOINTMENT make a horseback survey of the route with that section and Mr Hunn is also for a turnpike from Columbia to Greens delighted Mr Hunn is now engaged burg made the trip last Saturday and in the manufacture of the timber into Mr Moorman a student at the Lind Monday He returned to Columbia staves and headings One of attractive sayWilson and a young man who has Tuesday morning and states that a road features was the charms attached to dedicated his life to the service of his can be built between the two places on the names of the native redskins with maker will preach at Diappointment a three per cent grade and not increase whom the aforesaid gentleman met Schoolhouse 3 miles from Columbia the distance over present road He As we get it a few are as follows Eli next Sunday the 7th at 3 oclock found the material for pike building in Bot Ed Blackfox Thomas Sourjohn Ion abundance and believes that a substan ¬ Luny Goingsleep Jim Youngpuppy NOTICE tial road can be built for 1500 per mile Betsy Gallcatcher John Dirteater or even less He further states that Jim Goose Tom Bigdrum Jake Yel between the Russell Creek bridge and lowhammer Tom Mankiller Charley The Directors of The First National the bridge at Greensburg there will be Bob Tail Joe Hogshooter George Bank of Columbia have declared a semi Dragon Daniel Bearpaw Ned Bull ¬ annual dividend of 4 per cent payable frog Thomas Toadfrog Abe Squirrel April 1st to stock holders of March 30th Sol Bigdrum Tommy Littledrum Abe 1907 A D PATTESON Cashier grades of ordinary turnpikes will alEaglefeather Sam Wildturkey Abra From the most be entirely eliminated ham Owl and Bill Red Bird The above Mr R F Paull has decided to re fact that the survey will approach model his dwelling and work will be ¬ names are Cherokee these two summits along the course of gin at once He will build an addition streams the rise and decline will be 19x26 feet two stories high and change the interior of one or two rooms of the gradualAt rate the lay of the land is present building Mr E G Shaw has ideal and all parties enthusiastic in Mr J M Russell who has been hand ¬ contracted to do the entire work The Green county for its building There ling our mails for several years retired walls of the new structure will be brick is scarcely a doubt about the people of from the service Tuesday morning en ¬ and in keeping with the present build ¬ Green county building to the Adair coun ¬ joying the good will and wishes of the ing and when completed will present as ty line and the proposition will be up attractive appearace as any home in to the business interests of Columbia Columbia official accommodating pleasant to See my Spring and Summer Dress Mr F B Waggener returned from customers and accurate and painstaking goods silk and silk waist patterns just So far as this community New Mexico a few days ago He found in business W L WALkER 21tf received is concerned Mr Russell was entirely that his claim was no good and made an satisfactory and his many friends re ¬ exchange while there for another that Attend Bishop Carters lecture to ¬ gret that political fate has swept him suits him to a finish Mr Waggener is night at the Court House Subject from public position but while he did inclined to the opinion or rather a fear The Southern Mans View of Abraham his duty well yet the powers were that the rainfall in that country will hardly be adequate to meet the de ¬ Lincoln r Y against him 1 t j Young Bros of Joppa have pur chasedthe McFarland big jack the noted breeder and sure foal getter 7 years old 155 hands high He will make the season of 1907 at A 0 Youngs barn 1 mile north of Joppa on Russells creek They also have a fine bred horse Rex Peacock a perfect model He is a dark bay 4 years 16 hands high sired by old Jordan Peacock out of a registered 100000 acres of rich Texas land con ¬ venient to railroads produces finest al ¬ falfa cotton corn also a goodstock country The climate is ideal and the altitude about 2500 feet All kinds of fruits do well Price from 10 and up per acre J cash and balance to suit purchaser Any one desiring to inves ¬ tigate this proposition write T L INGRAM Camp Knox or call at the News office 21tf A very large audience greeted Bishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Tenn at the Easter services at the Presby ¬ terian church lr st Sunday morning The room was handsomely decorated and the special music was beautiful and in perfect harmony with the day The Columbia Band rendered sacred mnsic and acquitted itself in an admirable manner considering that this was their OFFICIALI is with plea ure pat we announce the fact that within a1 few more weeks the News will beienlarg rdt 0 its formehe prersizea 6 column paper seems to met the den ands of sent size its many readers yet ye are no satis1 fled with it and too ol en are fo ced to leave out interesting common catibni Our purpose is to ma e it arid eep its f NORTIWEST TEXAS ¬ It r i NOTICE HutchinIson i Witness I IDIVIDEND I I ialThe ¬ she > of SelfDefense Will Be Enter¬ ed and Mother Will Be a ¬ ¬ I C r ° ¬ butter merchants will have to test it after that date to protect themselves tli ¬ finedW ¬ 21 < Marrowbone Ky March 30SpecApril term of the Monroe Circuit Court will begin at Tompkins ville Monday April 1 The civil docket is light but the criminal docket con ¬ tains several very important cases among which is that of Clarence sermon Nuckols charged with the murder of Commonwealth Attorney Durham of his father Henderson Nuckels It is Greensburg bought 87 acres of landI chargen he killed the old man two years from James B Burton for 650 This ago at their home on Meshack creek by tract adjoins the one he purchased from beating him over the head with a gun W E Frazer last year This purchase barrel Young Nuckols plea will be rounds up 500 acres for Mr Durham that of selfdefense When first ac ¬ cused however he stoutly denied that Miss Emerine Lapsley who has been he killed his father at alland claimed visiting for the last three months in that he found him at their barn with Dallas Texas returned to her home at his skull crushed in and in a state of un Esto Ky last week Miss Lapsley consciousness spent a few days visiting in Columbia It is said that Mrs Henderson Nuck ¬ on her return ols mother of Clarence Nuckols and wife of the dead man will testify in Rev J C Cook preached to a large son who she says was congregation at Providence Baptist behalf of her kill his compelled to father in defense Church last Sunday and baptized three of his own life She too claimedat who had joined that congregation under the start that her husband was found the preaching of Mr Cook in a series at their barn in a dying condition and of meetings held there the first of that she did not know who had assaul March ed him Henderson Nuchols the Particulars concerning the death of was about fiftyfive years dead man of age a Will Hudson which occurred in Mich ¬ eBEAUTIFUL EASTER farmer and had the reputation of being igan several weeks since have not been peaceable Clarence SERVICES recieved except the telegram which a quiet his son and citizen is Nuckols slayer about stated that he died of Pneumonia The twenty years old unmarried and is family are corresponding with parties said to be almost overcome with grief in the town where Will died and as soon over the slaying of his father Sunday At the Presbyterian Church Last as definite information is recieved we Courier Journal will give it to his friendsMorningBishop T C ¬ Workx > o < mands of good crops until the country is fairly well broken At 2 oclock p m April 1st the corner stone of the United Brethren church to be erected in this city was laid with appropriate ceremonies by Bishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Tenn The Bishop was assisted by Rev J F Claycomb of the Presby ¬ terian church who read the scripture and Eld Z T Williams of the Christ¬ ian church led in prayer There were also present and assisting Revs C R Dean J F Turner J M Turner and Rev Marion Antle The Bishop held up a neat tin box in which were deposited a New Testa ¬ ment a United Brethren Discipline The Religious Telescope the Adair County News and the Columbia Specta¬ tor These were placed in a square ex ¬ cavation in the stone and sealed and the cap stone placed upon it Bishop Carter made a short address on the significance of the occasion giving a history of the United Brethren church and thanked the pastors and churches and people of Columbia for the val¬ uable help rendered in money and co operation in the enterpris- Word was recieyed here Monday morning of a killing in Metcalfe county Sunday We were unable to get full particulars but learn that a man by the name of Pierce and another man were in a difficulty when a young man by the name of Dilley attempted to act as peacemaker As is usually the case the participants turned on the young man and the father seeing his son was in danger attempted to interfere when he was instantly shot by Pierce Sheriff Patteson was notified and is on the lookout for the murderer ¬ V L ADAIR COUNTY Mon- lrg i q wt KILLING IN METCALFE T in the Co it house day eVetJgby 13ishop C Carter of Chattanooga on M rimonial Mis talsfes was a treat to all Who heard it Fr m beginning to clos the lecture was one of sound logic interspersed with humor and adorned with sentiment The many mistakes th jr origins and farfUIconsequences w are vividly pic tiired but the crownin feature the t of the discourse was di rected to a higher and broader cencep tibn oiJlntrimonial relations the wisdom displayed in choice and the bless ings that reign over the homes of the fortunate in wedlock J If this lecture couI d be delivered throughout the country it would prove a great blessing and would doubtless save many an erring one from a fatal step disperse misery and install happi ¬ ness in mauy homes The lecturer was i < The Band boys desire to return thanks to Rev and Mrs J F ClayI Plea comb and Mrs W W Bradshaw your friends that The News will soon Of The United Brethren Church in delightful treat served in the band be larger and better and the same price room Monday evening Also to Mr W 100 gets 52 issues We have in stock Columbia Last Monday After ¬ R Myers for a nice lot of fruit the about 40 reams of paper and when that noon at 2 Oclock same evening is exausted it will appear in its old size f Matrimonial Jr I1 J the best local paper in Southern Ken ¬ LAYING tucky and at present its space is too OFCORNER limited to meet the requirementsofad ¬ vertisecland give the amount of local news we are capable of giving pell > Was l COLUMBIA 10 iW ENTOTAjNING d f i > I i = I to w o 7 iJft i o 9 J X J J Tbest grade 220 wholesale We will pay 60 cents for merchantable corn at exchange or mill and 85 cents for BURCHETT wheat SMITH I offer the services of my beautifu young horse Fayett Artist for 1250 to insure a living colt He will bg lim ¬ ited to 20 mares If you like him now is the time to make engagement At Coffey Bros stable A S CHEWNING 213t The Columbia Band is receiving many compliments on the excellent grade of music now being turned out Rev J Frank Turner will preach at Hutchinson School house next Sunday at 11 oclock v j < f j J 1

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