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Image 1 of The Adair County news., April 20, 1910

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it t P > J btf v j 4 VOLUMF i j b alf < Xi COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY i ±t i910s April and April 1 1910 show a Announcement percentage of 75 for the Statea large decrease and prices ranging from 56 The following announcement was re 00 for one year and under to an aver ¬ ceived at the News office last Wednes age price of 10700 for twoyearolds day The groom is a native of the and over county a son of Mr Stamper Pickett Giving the Percentages Conditions MULES The bride often visited her cousin here The number of mules April 1 1909as Miss Myrtle Myers and has many Prospects of Crops and compared with April 1 1908 was 95 friends in Columbia Livestock per cents while they show an average Mr and Mrs Chas E Rogers of 86 per cent April 1 1910 Prices announce the marriage of their daughter one year old ranging from 7000 KENTUCKY Li- 1 1908 CROPREPORT ¬ ¬ tand kH SUMMARYj This is the first report for the year L for and under to 14000 for twoyearolds and over An extremely cold and severe winter has been passed through and kas affected both stock and crops The month of March has been the warmest on record with but one shower of rain whichwas not general throughout the State which has afforded the farmers splendid opportunities for early plowing and spring work but it has also had a very bad effect on the wheat crop Wheat is not looking good having been injured badly by sleet during Jan uary and February and the unusually hot and dry weather of March makes the outlook very poor at this time and unless there is some rain soon there will not be more than 50 per cent of an average crop in the State It seems that the early sown wheat has gone through the winter better than the late 1910 Hallieto Mr Jno H Pickett Sunday evening April the tenth POTATOES The prospective acreage of potatoes Nineteen hundredand tens April 1 1909 was 93 per cent while Campbellsville Ky the prospective acreage this year is 98 At home after April 15 that Hunters percent and 80 per centum of the Ky acreage has been planted CATTLE We sell the celebrated Columbus There is a decrease of two percent ¬ run easy wagon Reed Hardware Co um April 1 1910 as compared with 242t April I 1909 The number of milch cows April 1 1910 as compared with H F Hillenmeyer the recognized April 1 1909 show a percentage of authority on fruits in this state an 88 an average price throughout the nounces that the fruit crop in Central State of 36 00 per cow Kentucky had not been damaged by the We trust that our crop reporters will freezes or late frosts and that he ex- ¬ be as prompt and courteous in making pected this to be a bumper crop year their reports in the future as they have for peaches and all sorts of fruits that been in the past and without their thrive in the Central portion of Ken help it is impossible to make an intelli ¬ tucky He is a nurseryman of many gent reportVery years experience and knows whereof rspectfully submitted he speaks sowingLast year in our April Crop report the M C Rankin percentage of acreage for the State Do You Know Commissioner was 87 and the percentagejof condition See our line of double shovel plows was 84 While this dear the percent ¬ That C R Hutchison is handling a age of acreage is 98 and the percent orchard harrows and fine tooth cultiva ¬ good line of family groceries The Mc age of condition is 94 While the fol tors Reed Hardware Company Cormack Mowers Reapers and rakes lowing extracts in almost every case 242t The genuine Brown cultivators har ¬ show that some of it is being plowed rows double shovel plows saddles The Myers Electric Light Company bridles and harness whips and many up thus reducing the acreage very ma ¬ received their new engine last Satur things you need He will repair your terially day which will be set at an early day harness Call at the John Jackman OATS in the new location bought some months House Columbia Ky 233t oats sown than usual and only needs ago The engine is an automatic eighty rain to cause germination and good horse power and will revolutionize the Eggs wanted at the Lindsey Wilson prospects for a good crop A number light system of Columbia when proper ¬ Dr J H Grady who returned from f reports show that some wheat fields ly installed with the other new and up have been plowed up and sown in oats todate electrical machinery and equip ¬ a visit to his daughter at Elizabethtown ments that will be bought in the very last week has decided to remain per PEACHES Many jeports show that in many near future While considerable im ¬ manently in Columbia and will open an parts of the State that the peaches provements have already been made office in a few days He is a physician and much better light given yet the of many years experience and his skill have been killed gentlemen in charge mean to give the is known to every body in the county OTHER FRUITS We feel There is much uncertainty about the very best service possible Strayed small fruits and other fruit crops and safe in saying that within a short time barring freezes during April prospects we will all be proud of the service fora full crop of fruit are fairly good given by those responcible for light on Seven black shoats will weigh about our streets and that many more will 65 pounds unmarked Jleft my premises at this time have them placed in residences CLOVER AND GRASSES onetfeek ago last Saturday I will re A great deal of the young clover has ward the one who furnishes me infor- ¬ Mr J K P Conover suspected last mation that will lead tojtheir recovery been killed or badly injured while al sike clover looks fairly well Where week that some of the prisoners were J W Walker 232t there was much freezing during the in possession of tools with which they winter the young grasses have been in expected to make their escape from the Rev RL Tally and Rev D T Tar ¬ jail This information he conveyed to jured and are ter closed a very successful meeting at Sheriff A D Patteson and Deputy Breeding last Friday night There very large tobac Sheriff S H Mitchell and the three were thirty conversions twentytwo ad- ¬ Preparations for a cells co crop have been made and more es searched the jail In one of the ditions to the Church 5775 raised for pecially is this true with Burley tobac they found three pieces of small saws missions and 1850 for other purposes co Many counties that have raised The prisoners all stated that they had little or none in the past are preparing no knowlege that the saws were in the Maids Modes and Manners to grow it especially the mountain jail The two Pierces who are charged counties and those bordering along the with killing Sullivan stated as we are At LindseyWilson Friday night mountains are becoming interested in told that they would not leave if an opportunity presented itself that they April22nd subject to the continuance growing tobacco Last year the pros pective acreage of Burley for the State could have escaped from the Somerset of the meeting at the Methodist church Admission 35 25 and 15c was 88 per cent as against 105 per jail but had no desire to do so cent for this year and the average of Mr and Mr W A Hindman and See Lincoln Dare and Knight Tem¬ plant beds sown in 1910 compared with A Monday before daughter Miss Pearl are now house- ¬ April 1 1909 is 97 per cent In the plar owned by M 232t keeping on Pea Ridge and are oc ¬ dark tobacco district the prospective breeding cupying the residence vacated by Dr acreage for last year was 99 per cent Menzies and family Next Sunday Preaching for the State as against 103 per cent this year and the average of plant beds Mr J R Garnett assistant cashier W H C Sandidge Ebinezer of the Bank of Columbia is now a Barger Beech Grove qualified an attorney having been ex ¬ Z T Williams Columbia amined and license issued to him at J N Walbert Harrodsfork Campbellsville last Thursday been aroused in the growing of corn J R Crawford Columbia throughout the State by the organiza ¬ J A Johnston Pleasant Ridge Staves Wanted J H Rood Clear Spring tion of corn growing associations and W J Levi Union Chapel corn clubs and the distribution of pure We will pay 3500 per thousand for seed corn and bulletins on same The J Menzies Mt Hope Onehalf barrel stave bolts 27 inches B M Currie Taboracreage is being increased and much long 4J inches clear of sap If inch on S P Stapp Liberty care is being given to the proper prepa ¬ hart Co t T E Innis Greensburg ration of the ground The prospective W B Cave Gradyville acreage last year at this time was 99 per cent for the State and this year Singing at the fourth it is 103 per cent and the average of Buy your screens now We have in this monthTaborwill commenceSunday in the It 242t of acres ploughed for corn them Reed Hardware Co the number forenoon and continue until the hour April 1 1910 as compared with April Mary Fleming little daughter of for preaching by Rev B M Currie 1 1909 is 109 per cent Prof and Mrs P D Neilson drunk a The afternoon will also be devotedH to LIVESTOCK singing Prof Dudley will lead All kinds of live stock are scarce and high and the numbers of hogs and Spencer Cheatham of color who is brood sows are less than they have been her parents were greatly alarmed The solution was in a glass and was being employed at Whitneys saw mill on for at least five years The number of Sulphur got his right hand fearfully brood sows showa decrease of 38 per used by Mrs Neilson as a goggle The April 1 1909 and there are child nbticeing the glass and thi kingII mashed last Wednesday while remov ¬ cent since ing a slab from the saw carriage few litters of pigs There is much com the contents was water portion but her mistake was plaint of high prices of pork and the A complete line of screens doors and above figures show conclusively the time a doctor called who relieved her windows Reed Hardware Co 242t reason of same I will advise the farm high The Louisville morning dailies failed ers of Kentucky as the prevailing The Directors of the Columbia Fair to reach here on the five oclock hack prices of hogs that it is my opinion three or four days in succession last Association met in the Bank of Colum that by a very strong effort on the part week Their non arrival was a source bialast Friday and decided to hold a f the farmers to raise more and better of a great deal of annoyance and incon Fair beginning Tuesday the 23rd of hogs that it will take at least two years August and continuing four days t n produce a sufficient number to lower e present prices and supply the de Nevertheless hoped that railway postal clerks if Remember that Lincoln Dare owned JI1and at the same time they were at fault will be more dili- ¬ by M A Monday is a full brother of J favor profitable prices for all farm gent and watchful in the future Prospect sold for 3 600 232t products ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ofa LI 1 Jrttlj GunIfD ¬ backwarkTOBACCO ¬ ¬ ¬ < withI 1W L Not Raised Assessments in nineteen counties in the state have been accepted by the Board of Equalization at the figures sent in by the county assessors each county showing a healthy increase in the valuation of property over last year In these counties no raise not even a tentative one was made by the board The following are the counties which have been accepted Adair Barren Boyle Bullitt Car ¬ ter Casey Clark Greenup Hart Knox Knott Lincoln Madison Mar¬ tin Menif ee Mercer Metcalf Monroe S Wins Last Saturday Double F1 WedInesdayevening I ¬ herepromptIIynotified l SHEEPI ea J There is an increase pf one per cent n um ber of sheep over last Tear tithe HORSES nupiber of ha rees was 94 per April I 1909u compared with ° April 16 Ci Dr J T Jones was here from Mont pelier Friday y Mr John Q Alexander was herafa few days ago 1 Mrs Anna Strange has been qujie sick for several Mr R F Rowe Amandaville where the latter part of last week threw every man out but two or three Mr E 0 Stone traveling salesman V who attempted to steal second spent Saturday and Sunday in ColumWhoever thinks Lindsay has no ball bia team can find they are mistaken by Miss VadahYates is spending a visiting the next game weeks at this place visiting Miss Iva First game E Lee Hill dayst that the assessment is these counties was fair and that therefore no raise was necessary It is said that the assessments in some of the counties will be lowered and in 5 many others will be raised The board 010020000326Badisclaims any intention of raising coun tteries Young Rosenfield Isbell ty assessments merely to increase the and Wilson taxes and says it is trying to arrive at Second game a fair valuation of property in all coun 12345RHE ties The counties on which there 6have been tentative raises will not be 00000 acted on finally until May 15 Batteries Young Rosenfield Holt and Isbell W paint guaranteed 100 Use H per cent pure for sale by Reed Hard ¬ Maids Modes and Manners ware Company 242t fewr 123456789RHLWTS00120200x5 RSA ¬ Thursday hereE ¬ 1 Mr B H Gilpin Qamptellsville called to see his Columbia friends 9- f Profs LWTS3000x3022 RSA Barnes and Phelps 4 of the Mr Charles Robertson who has been in LindseyWIlson left forTulsaOkla this morning Miss Lura Smith who has been teaching in Louisiana returned home last Saturday afternoon At the LindseyWilson Chapel Friday Misses Mary Feese and Susie K nignt April 22nd subject to the con tinuance of the meeting at the Method Page Cane Valley were shopping in Yes you are pretty certain to find ist church Admission 35 25 and 15c Columbia last Thursday things inthe paper that you dont care Mrs Sallie Walker who spent a for and some things that dont exactly First Good View April month visiting friends in Middlesboroj suit you says the Marquette Kan returned home last w Tribune It is to be expected that you The time is rapidly approaching will and it makes no difference what IMr J D Irvine Jr Creelsboro paper is referred to If the paper were when Halleys muchtalkedof comet was in Columbia last Saturday en gotten out solely and exclusively for will be visible to any observer with in ¬ route home from Louisville you it might be arrrnged differently terest enough to rise before dawn and Mr C C Kinnaird wife and daughtbut it is gotten out for the other sever ¬ look into the Southern skies While er Miss Zula Red Lick were in Co- ¬ the comet is large enough to be plainly al hundred as well Do with newspa lumbia Thursday shopping pers as you would with the dinner Miss Emma Wilson who lives near course at the hoteltake what you a town accompanied Mr George Faulk want ands pass up what you dont care for It pas sent out for the other fel The comet is rising however each day ner and Miss Annie Faulkner to Texas a little earlier than the sun and on low not all for you Mrs Curt Hindman returned from a April 30 when it will rise nearly three visit to Bowling Green last week Her We can interest you in buggies and hours before the sun and first good father Mr Flowers accompanied her harness Reed Hardware Co 242t view of it can be obtained with the home naked eye The largest congregations that have Mr John W pendleton a well Cash paid for eggs at the Lindsey known citizen about Montpelier is ly attended the Methodist church since ing in a very critical condition There t the meeting commenced greeted Rev Wilson is no hope for recovery Currie last Sunday forenoon and eve Boys if you want to gladden th ning every seat being occupied and in L L Rounds Mrs Arthur the forenoon quite a number had to hearts of your parents and have respect of all good citizens let booze Stanton Mrs Barnes and Miss Mar¬ stand Rev Currie is very much liked by all denominations and his sermons severely alone No man has ever ye games have been highly complimented There got the advantage of John Barley Corn Dr J H Grady who visited his have not been many additions to the He will whip you every time you come congregation but evidently the meet in contact with him and the oftener daughter and grand children at Eliza ing has revived the members and all he whips you the worse off you will be bethtown for two months returned to who attended got much good out of the Have the manhood to say I will not Columbia last Thursday very able sermons During the Entire drink the cussed stuff and stick to the Dr C M Russell went to Bowling services the choir rendered delightful resolution If you will do that convinc ¬ Green last week and accompanied his The meeting will close tonight ing the people you are sober friends wife and little daughter Frances home music will surround you who will ever be arriving last Wednesday ready to lend a helping hand in time of Bidders Wanted a need Mr W C Grider and family returned to their old home Esto Russell county The Committee is now ready to re ¬ For Sale last Friday They are excellent people ceive bids for a brick bankinghouse at and the citizens of Columbia regretted Gradyville Ky25x40 two stories i i One hundred and twentyfive barrels to see them leave Bids closed in thirty daysof fistclass corn at my farm one mile C O MosMr M Cravens who returned from west of Dunr ville Ky For further in- ¬ sElbertNell St Josephs Infirmary Louisvifte last V Com formation call on phone or write J F Pendleton week is rapidly improving but it will C L Pyle Hustonville Ky be several weeks before he will be able Box 144 to walk about town Mr J W Coy has removed his studio To be noticed is appreciated by everyMr J W Hurt and his sister Mrs from the Sinclair building below the body and especially bv children Last M E Dohoney left this morning on a Citizens Bank to the apartments above Sunday Rev Currie talked to the little prospecting and visiting tour for the Young Bros and Hutchisons stores folks and long before the hour of the State of Oklahoma They will be ab on the west side of the square Be ¬ meeting the boys and girls were happy sent several weeks sides being ready to make good pic- knowing that there were to be a service tures at all times he keeps a fine line for their especial benefit It was their Mr G R Holt manager of the Sing= of wall paper which he is selling very meeting They got busy and many er Sewing Machine Co this district cheap were out to sing and to listen to help ¬ and his two daughters Misses Pearl ful stories Start the children in the and Livonia of Campbellsvill were in L E McKinley Russell Springs right path and when they grow old they Columbia last Thursday en route to sold to Northern Poultry Egg Co will not depart from it the Russell Springs and Jamestown the last ten days 15000 chickens and 5000 dozen eggs Themajority of this j LostA bow knot pin filled wit Mr McKinley bought in Russell coun- pearls The finder return to this offic Texas last ty and receive a reward Thursday morning accompanied by his sister Miss Annie Faulkner who will Luther Cole who some years ago Caught at Campbellsvillespend a year in the Lone Star State was often seen in Columbia died near Camp Knox last Wednesday night He SuperintenMisses Lizzie Graham Last Saturday a son of John Henry was about sixtyfive years old and was dent of Green county Bessie Madison a paraletic r Willie McNeal Mary Stowers Graded School teachers Greensburg visited Childrens day at Pleasant Grove Texas walking to Campbellsville Mr Miss Pearl Hindman last Sunday They schoolhouse the second Sunday in May Janes started a runner Mr were accompanied to Columbia by Every body cordially invited In the Sunday in persuit and FletcherI Messrs Philson Smith Lee Durham afternoon Prof Hill will lead a class in Janes at Campbellsville just Henry and Otis Moss singing train left Monday morning He re ¬ Rev W T Sa monwho has ben turned home with him but Coomer paster of the Presbyterian Church Use one of our garden plows and went onDixon Tenn has tendered his resigna watch the vegetables grow ReedHard Take your eggs to the LindseyWil ¬ tion and will in a few weeks go to ware Company 242t Texas having accepted a call from a son school Church in that State At present he is The attention of our readers is called The residence which burned Iin this visiting his parents in Adair county J to the advertisement of H B Ingram Sons They are inviting more trade county two weeks ago was not of His sister Miss Virginia who was in Gager Yates as was reported by the school at Dixon has also returned and are offering inducements J Glasgow Tinges It was the property home i vj Russells creek and other streams in of J Grit Yates J Cager Yates lives Eld Z To Williams failed to meet the county got out of banks last week at Bradfordsville his appointment at Caseys Creek Jast t and same damage was done to corn Lovers of base ball were sorry that Sunday on account of high planted in bottoms the rain interferred with the game last Columbia Lodge No 230 100 B1 For SineS C Rhode Island Red Saturday afternoon will meet Inthe Masonic HlliHKxt 4 f Ii kt 1 1 t II r1 4 4 Lindsay 4 p r 24 NUMBER ball team took the first two games of the season from Russell Springs A large crowd attended the game The main feature of the games for L W T S was the pitching of Young the fielding of Gregory and the catch ¬ ing of Rosenfield Young pitched 14 innings holding them down to 4 hits and giving only 3 bases on balls Gre ¬ gory bagged all but one that was any thing close to shortstop Rosenfield and Nelson The board found I s s i t > rY V7 YYYfY Header fElrod 214tI r < J4 G ¬ I y i r ¬ L Jli i i 1 i < it h 4

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