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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 February 1900

aw f Lii THE A1JAiItCOITNJYN1S 0 2 VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA AJJAIA OOUKTT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 180L B li 1 0 PO Itrl IRECTORY 3 U Riosea Poeiikastcr OBieouura week oars j09 a m to 8SO p m poCOURT DIRECTORY Ciaocrr Oonux Thfeo sessions a yen Third Uocdr tn January third Monday In May and third Monday in September JnW nca OoBiaonwaUu s Attorney X 1L W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerfc Jao B Cony Covsn Cwret Pirai Monday In each month Je4geJW Bailer County Attornoy Jas Oarett Jr Clerk T U Btults jailer B n illiehcll As eswi 0L llrwUlmw Buriycr K T MiOaiiree Bshool 9ntW U Junes Coroner Leonard Fletcher r ClrrCoDur KCRUlorcourt second Monday in + aeh niuuth idgeJ W Atiirm I ornes Gordon MonlK < inery CHUKOH DIRECTORY r pit j Y rli MAN BnHssntLC STBEKTRCT T F Walton SundaysI I D each month SumUyschoolataa m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday I IIlght i METHODIST i BuarsviLLB STCSBT Rev J L Kilgore r pastor Service firt Sunday In each month Bnndayschool evety Subbath at 9 a m Pr...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 February 1900

r I THHAllAIRGOUNTY RE Published Every Wednesday I BY THE Adair Bounty Hewso INCORPORATED OFFICEOver 31 Cravens drugstore corner 1ubllo Square and CampbellrUlo n Pike A Democratic ncu spaper devoted to the inter ests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofficeaa second class mail matter SVhSCRI4i N R T5 100 FA O EYKAE MONTHS5Oc BIX MONTHS ST1UCTIY IN ADVANCE Editor 8 HAKIUS CHAS iDVERTISISG RATES ocr otfces tea cents per line for first if ertion nndifive cents per line for each anbse fuent Insertion DISPLAY ADS I Space Inch 2 Inches I 3 Inches Inches 5 Inches 5IncheCol 5Inchei 4Cal 1 Col I 11IrI w 751 1 25 110 30 900 llro 1 0 1O 2 iu 2 50 600 9 00 1200 3Mo2ro 2ro 300 i fOI 6 0 Iii 00 IHY 400 GNa 300 500 7 y0 1000 I 1000zO zO 0OO 000 i OOOO I 40 OO J Yr I 500 500z ZOO 1000 i a 30 00 so eo There will be no departure from these rates under any clrcumvutcca WEDNESDAY FEB 7 Taylors London meeting was I called off Messages of sy...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 February 1900

1 j > i W flLKE R MlD WIN IE R L E fl Rf N G Et f L E i Your last tchance er Goods consisting of my entire stock of the same which has been marked down at near cost You must re member all ofm theY advance for spot cash and for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS I will sell for cash or produce only tiIJ i I ClothingClothinf btrico 550 but Mens long allwool ulster Jf00 overcoat the very 0 now reduced to 4 JP Hens Irish frieze formerpf 750 now 650 heavy long ulsters former p 400 for a Hans black beaver overcoat for me lce 500 Blue and black Beaver extra quality withy lining > they U were cheap at 750 now G ithty 050 now buys the celebrated No 901 MaclPh box coat all wool and extra heavy former price 9 jj I 450 will now buy you a brown woolfaMackintosh which would be extra cheap ae 650 m X450 for my guaranteed all wool heavy lht > blue Mackintosh which was exceedingly cheap at 750 If yo SS this you have lout a bargain f trofor a light colored worsted face Miutoah long with vel vet collar a p...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 February 1900

z ifl It LETTERS LONG TRAVELS t I Danker Amore Tbemielvea far 27 Year with International Mall l Service s A letter has been passing for 27 years between Edward L XfcKee vice pres ident of the Indiana National bank atI Indianapolis und W B Fenton vice I president of the National Bank of the RepublIc of Chicago McKee received 1 it the other day from Manila McKee t and Fenton were reared together atI Madison Ind Both came o Indianap oils Fenton in 1S73 walked into a shoe store at Indianapolis where McKee was a clerk and started to tell the gassipJ of his native town McKee laughingly said he had no time to listen Fenton wrote him a letter of one sentence and mailed it It said Friedersdorf is building a handsome new house Mc Ace received the letter the next dayJ and mailed it back It passed back and I forth for weeks 4 From Chicago Fenton mailed it to 1 E L McKee Bombay with instruc tions to return to E L McKee In I dianapolis if not delivered It has been sent to W B Fenton Cape Town and...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 14 February 1900

h S ft CJ c iI 0 t S < > o i k THE AD AIR COUNTY NEWS S t VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIfi COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 NUMBER 15 POSTOFFI5 DIRECTORY JY RU3 cIl Fo3tnfastet Oficehours we0 tdaysi7O0amto 930 pm t UOURl OtaIECTOIIYt OiacciiConR Thrcoscasions a year Third MoaJylujan3ry tbir 51cndlyIn May and third MondJtyln September JudgeW nes i iH W Aaron Commonwealth s Attorn ytIL SheriffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno B Coffey COTOTV CCcltTo ir3rilntlayIn In each month JudgeJ W DUller v County Attorney Jas Ournett Jr Clerk T R Slulfs latterS 1L Mitchell AssessorG A Bradshaw T McCaffree F Surveyor R 4 School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leoutd Fletcher JirYConuT Ucgularcourt second Monday In ach month jdgeJ W Atkins urnerGordon Montgomery S 4 CHUKC1I DniECTORr PRESBYTERIAN BOKK8VILLB STREETReV T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each monh Sundayschool at9 iim every 3abbath Prayer meeting everyvVTcdnesd night + LY MliTHODIST l w BUBKSVHLE STBEET Rev J I < Kilgore pastor ...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 14 February 1900

T r i I I TB AllAIR GOUNTY NBWS Published Every Wednesday BY THl Adair Gounty News So INCORPORATED OFEICEOver M Cravens drugstore H parser Kabila Square and CampbeHrille yLlcc devoted to the later A Democratic newspaper eiti of the city of Columbia and the people of Adalr and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice second ewunaU matter SVBSCR1PT N RATES f1OO ONIv YEAR fOe BIXMONTHS BIXMONTHS6TRICTIY 6TRICTIY IN ADVANCB CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor jDnRTISING RATES Lora otlces ten cents per line for first In sertion andtflve cents per line for each gnbse iptcnt Insertion DISPLAY ADS spaoe 1 Inch 2 Inches 21 Inches 4 Inches 6 inches inchesCal ij Cal A 1Oot I 1117x If 50 I 75 too gglbO I lbO3CO too z iroli0 I i 150 201 Zoo I 600I 100 1200 31110 X300 400 600 so I 00 18 rF 2100 6MO 300 6 60 00 1 sO 1000 I 20 0 3000 4 00 1 Yr 1500 700 1000 H 3000 4501 rates departure from these There will be no ender anyclrcnastanccs WEDNESDAY FEE 14 ExCongrecsman J B McCreary is now the lender of th...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 14 February 1900

r < t y ADVOCATES COAST DEFENSES S Representative Cooper of Wlscoa ala Thinks However Men Shosld De Provided to Man Them I am in favor of strengthening the navy to meet all the requirements of the nation Raid Representative Cooper of k Wisconsin and It is just as important to build coast defenses These two im portant works can be carried on simul tanepusly Our country should be for tified in such a way as to make it se cure from attacks and it is also im portant to preserve the fortifications already constructed and provide enough men to care for the guns It is a well estnblishcd fact that the guns mounted in the emplacements at thet coast cities deteriorate at the rate of f 25 per cent a year and the importance of providing enough men to care for them is manifest We have already spent 03000000 in fortifying our coast nnd unless men are provided to look after these improvements they will be almost worthless in a few yean I am heartily in favor of the Endi i cott plan which provid...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 14 February 1900

h J I WfLKER MIDWINTER LEflRfNGE RlE 0 t Your last chance to secure bargains in Winter Goods consisting of my entire stock of the same which has been marked down at near cost You must re member all of my goods were bought before the advance for spot cash and for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS I will sell for cash or produce only Clothing Clothing ri bntI Mens long allwool ulster overcoat the very best price 550 but How reduced to 4 Mens1 heavy long Irish frieze ulsters former price 750 now 550 400 for a Mans black beaver overcoat for mer price 500 Blue and black Beaver extra quality with fancy lining they were cheap at 750 now 6 650 now buys the celebrated No 901 Mackintosh box coat all wool and extra heavy former price 9 r 450 will now buy you a brown woolfaced Mackintosh which would be extra cheap ae 650 450 for my guaranteed all wool heavy weight blue Mackintosh which was exceedingly cheap at 750 Ifyou miss this you have logtI bargain I 275 for a light colored worsted face Mackintosh long ...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 21 February 1900

w S v v1 ± THE it = ED AIR COUNTY NEWSQi VOLUME 3fOOLUMBIA ADAIfl COUNTY KENTUOKY WEDNESDAY PEBRUARY 21 1900 NUMBER 16 Pos ruFF ICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster OfflcelAjurs 1dl1y 700 am to 930 pm j j CT pmECTOi CinccJConPT Threa sessions a yesrTfrfl Monda iu January third Monday In May land H third Vontlay In September JudgeW nes 4 Commnwtaith s Attornty N JL W Aaron SheriD JW Hurt Clerk JnoBCoffcy V n COCMTT CcnKt liirltiMonday in each month S J Judge J W Duller S County iltbrney JIM G tnett Jr Cleric rR atults Jal1er3 II Mitchell S AssesiaG A nradshaw S SurvcR T McCaffree School uptW D Jones Coronci LeonardtFletcher 1 f r 3ITTO OEi ttegular court second Monday in S achn nth jdgc JW AtVins orn > Cordon Montgomery CiiUIlCH DIRECTORY PRE3UYTBRIAW BCRKSVIILB STEEET Rev T F Walton pastor ServIces second and fourth Sundays neacli month Sundayschool atO a m eye y I Sabbatu Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BUBESVILIB STREET Rev J L Kllgore pastor Services flrtt Sunda...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 21 February 1900

y 1 TiIHA AIR UOUNTY BWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair INCORPORATED 6ounty News So S OFFICE Over JT Cravens din store corner Public Square and CompbellrUle Pike A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter cats of the city of Columbia and the people 1ty Adair and adjacent counties entered at tho Columbia rostofflcc as second l class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES aXE Y1AIt IoQ SIX MONTns6Oc MONTns6OcSTRICTIYIN STRICTIYIN ADVANCE CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor DVERTISING RATES Loct otlces ten cents per line for first in a7rUon andifive cents per line for each subse uen insertion insertionDISPLAY DISPLAY ADS l Bpace inch 2 Inches I a Inches Inches G Inches l4 Col Cot 1 Col I irk 50I I 00I 1i03t0 310 i 38 I I rafo 10 1 50 2 OJ II 250 300 600 000 I I C 3 Mo I i2 300 400 500 60 I Co t1 or 2100 6Moi 300 00 7 SO 1000 00 00Oo I Oo I 1 Yr l i 500 i 7 00 10 00 1 Sr 1 + I 3000 450fIOCO There will be no departure from these rates ruder any circtinssanctB WEDNESDAY FEB21 The political situation as ...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 21 February 1900

= Y PERSONAL II MENTION I Dr M O Sallee Is on a professional lonallIslt Mr II Seabolt Lebanon was in Co lumbla last Sunday Mr J B Montgomery was In Leba non last week Jo Russell Jr left for Lancaster Monday > Mr II F Folks was in Campbells ville last peck Judge W W Jones is holding court in Jamestown this week Mr AA Bennett Glensfork was in this city Monday Mr W F Jeffries was looking after business in Jamestown last Monday > Mr L L Murrell who had his left leg severely hurt two weeks ago is now about well Dr L E Williams passed through bere a few days ago en route for Mont pelIer Mr Titus Orr Glasgow is visiting his aunt Mrs Laura Powell in this city Mr J W Coffey has been on the sick list fora few days but is now able to bj out again Mr W D Jones and J W Johnston Esq were in Jamestown the first of tne week Mr Sam H Cash of Manchester was visiting his sister Mrs A D Pat teson last week Miss Emma McKinley and Muss Effie Montgomery paid The News office a call last Wednesday Mr ...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 21 February 1900

> i II L JBflfifOF VOLTJNTEEES j Over Two Hundred Thousand Men Engaged in Late War Qf This Large Body of Fighting Men Taken from Office Worlt Deuch and Farm 148 Ofllcers ana 48CG glen Met Death A pamphlet has just been issued by the adjutant generals office under the title of Statistical exhibit of strength of volunteer forces called into service during the war with Spain with losses from all causes The volunteer force consisted of 10017 officers and 213218 enlisted men a total of 223235 who were engaged in the war The deaths numbered 148 officers and 4356 men In the list of officers killed in action Kansas and South Dakota lead with three each and Nebraska had two while no other state had more than one Of enlisted men killed in action or dying from wounds received in action Ne I braska lost 32 Kansas 30 and South Dakota 24 New York lost 15 while 26 of the states had no losses In the total number of enlisted men who died from all causes New York leads with 417 Illinois 2S1 Massac...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 28 February 1900

4 < Iui J THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS yoj1ME 3 COLUMBIA AJDAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 IQOO i NUMBER 17 ea t j lrlfIa DIRECTORY JiLCTOIirYA Ja nu l Postiaisler > f CaSceJw veeU dJre ToO am to9aopm iTI T DiRE T < Y Clxgnr40 errThies sessions a ycarThlrd ribl1l ijan ary third Monday In May and thlftlkipday In September J1dg n15 JC1gr 1 GEiDuwcaahs ttorueyN H W Aaron swtit w Hurt CleJ no D Coffey t CotfTTCcuBT First Monday in each month Ju fJw Butlerc Cofity Attorney Jas Gs melt Jr jtkT K Stults JaferpS HtMitchell Afessop G A Bradshaw B + veyor R TDIcCafreesoo sooBrdool Coroner Leonard Fletcher 3Sr COCBT Regular court second Monday in itch tenths ifigeJ W Atkins 1V kOrncy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BonKsviLin STREET Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sunday a n each month Sundayschool at 9 a In ever y sSbbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday nfht METHODIST DnpKsvni13 STREET Rev J I Kitgorm uin Pastor Services first Sunday in each month ...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 28 February 1900

1 t TH f ADAIR oollNi Puhhshad Every Wednesday lJY THE A air ounty oHwso Itl COlzPO1LATEu iJFICZOlcr Jr Cravens druwrc corner ll1bllo square and CaJIUlkUYlIlc PJke A Democratic l1ospapcr devoted to tbdntcr uta of the city ofCOhmbb and the people It dair Qud adjacent counties tnltrcdlot the Couatbla POltomceauecoDd claws man matter matterDflCIIIPT SI1DSCRIP N R1TBS f1Ju ova YEAn SIX tOSTJlS 600 8TRICTIY IN ADVANCE CI1AS 8 UARnJ Editor LDv RrJrNGPATR Loca otices ten cent per line for first It iertlon nndtllve cens pcrl1Je fir each Uble r rent crtlonDISPLAY DISPLAY ADS I I I1nC1I apace I1nC1I21ubeto 2Iu bed I 3 Inchcs a Inp1 6 lLtbr + C I Coli i Cut 1 Irk 75iI I 15I II 1 iO 10J GP J C = i i MO S 10IsO IsO II 202w 100r o C oj I 1 I s uo 3JOj F300 c 00 I 600 60 00 11 cr GMo1 Mo3WI 3WI M1lfo zO COO 1000 0 I 40 Jrr Yraoo aoo 7 00 I 1000 1000I 30 00 11000 460 603 Tjcre Al 1 Ian Icparlirf r OB ce rare iiuKr an clrcuri 15 i WEDNESDAY FEB 28 1 Out of 42 cased of nlngue lit Mn nilaJ2 proved fat...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 28 February 1900

fit I + 1 Aw K PERONL MENTION e I frs Wtha Header has returned to lmetS Mr III Judd nl < ft his regular tnt A Htaih Saturday mght Mnig niglsn Miw W Jones has been quite sick fr several days ML E Hays Montpelier called at tf News office last Saturday > r J TV Johnston did a good bus nesi t Jamestown last week jr aurt Mrs Tim Bradshaw and Mli WtlleBradshaw are on the sick list v f jri W 1L Wllmore who represents thllJNwR at Grady ville was up Mon 1 dn l I hiJ It Yates passed through Co luiiuiB Monday enroute to Marion aunty Mrs Sarah Bell of Elkhorn is visit expf near Cane Valley Mr Jas Garnett Jr assisted in the prosecution of Murrell Tarter at Jamestown last week Mr J C Yaws Bradforlsville pass ed through CoMmbia last Saturday cnroute to Gradyville Miss Susie Rush who has been vis iting Mrs D H Butler started for her Texas home Monday Mrs J W Richards is in bad health and at present confined to her room but it is hoped that she will soon be wellMrs littlt e t daughter Monta ha...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 28 February 1900

r 7 I r1 EARTHS MAGNETISE R Mon Therefor Explained by Ex periments of Dr Rowland Dy a Simple Contrivance the Profe aor of Pliynle at Jubn Hojiklnj rnlver Ujr Prove It Results from llerolrlBC Jlotloa Dr Henry A Rowland professor of physics at the Johns Hopkins univerha alt1 baa made a discovery of great Im importance portance to the scientific world It is tD the nature of an explanation of the pause of the magnetism of the earth Jt was pearly a year ago that Dr i jRatrlocd commenced his experiment lie was attracted to the subject he says by the lack of explanation or the i cry for the earths magnetism The I experiments bvre been continued by Dr Rowland and his assistants and their efforts have recently been pro produetivr of satisfactory results which will soon be reported fully for the benefit of science The apparatus need by Dr Rowland RowlandI Is a simple metal wheel revolved luga means of an electric motor motorTb is wound with milesof of fine wire and in this magnetism is m deve...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 March 1900

t < = THE ADMIt J6tJNTY NEWS lrrnYTTt6i = 0If1TiT1t1I12TA AlJAILt OOUNfYi KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 19ltW n TUMRFR vL iuFl iJE DlitEtTOU J 11 < tcsl Postmaster 9aeeni t week nays 700 a m to 930 pm > JcO JJRT DIRECTORY > C RCVir GooapThrej session a year TUlrd iMiioJny + January third Monday InMay and bird ir n < Uy In September Jud lW nes Cdsainoa wealth s Attorney N K W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt OlerU Juo B Coffey O1rrkJuoHCoffcyGDUrT COBITT OccurFirst Monday In each rmo hnny Jiidiv S W Butlrr County Attorney Jas Gt tnett Jr = 1 y Clerkifc 8tultsyou j Uer3 II Mitchell Aries JaU ABrl haw v V Survcyrr H T 3SCaffreecro t School oujw VDJoucs rJ Coroner Lionard Fletcher CoronerLonadl1ctcitetTtrr IKY COCET Uegnlar court second Monday In BCD month de3 W Atkins orae Gordon Montgomery lUontRomcryr torseGordon r i CHURCH DIRECTORYW PRESt3YTERIANdiff 4 diffF npRYG4ILLB STREET Rev T F Walton I pastor Services second Dud fourth Sua days Ueach Jionth Sundayschool at9 a m cveiy Jibbl...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 March 1900

A I i 4 Jto THH ADAIR COUNTY NEWg Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Gounty News Go INCORPORATED OFFIC Over SI Cravens drugstore corner JTabllo Square and CampbeUviiie Puce A Democratic nowspaper devoted to the Inter ests of the city of Columbia and the people cl Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffioe as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONE YEAR > SIX MONTHS 500 MONTHS8TXICTIYIN 8TXICTIYIN ADVANCE CHAS S HARRIS Editor ADVEKTISING KATES tioea otlces ten cents per lint for first in sertibu amllfive cents per Une for each subse quent insertion insertionDISPLAY DISPLAY ADS 81aceI1nch 2 Inches I 3inchesa 4 Inches Ii Inches 001 4Col 1 Col 1 Wk Irkm 1 OO 125 125lW lW 3 to coani zMo 110 1 50 20J 250 300 600 900 1 i 00 3 Mo 81100 300 400 500 60 Ii 00 18 or 24 00 GMo 300 3004to 600 750 1000 200 3000 1000 1 Yr 500 700 10 ro 125lnoo 30 0o 13000 60 so There will be no departure from these rates jndcr any circumstances WEDNESDAY MAE 7 L There is some talk ...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 March 1900

r PERSONAL MENTION L I Mr W B Harris is in town t 1 Mrs Mary Patteson was quite sick last week Mr M 0 Willis was in Marion county last week i Mr J Q Alexander reached Colum bia Monday night Judge Jones left for his Edmonton court last Sunday + E F Rowe Amandaville was in town Mondayin Messrs Sam Wheat and Jo Will lams of Montpelier were here Sun day Messrs W A Coffey and T C Da vidson were in Campbellsville last Thursday Commonwealths Attorney Henry Aaron was in Columbia Sunday en route for the Metcalfe court Judge James Garnett Messrs Eollin Hurt and James Garnett Jr are at tending the Metcalfe circuit court Mrs Emma T Strange Is in Louis ville this week purchasing spring millinery Mrs Anderson Holladay has been seriously ill for some days She Is af flitted with pneumonia Messrs J R Wade W II Williams and B F Ttpman prominent Green J river farmers were in town Monday Dr N M Hancock Messrs Eugene Rice and T I Smith of Cane Valley k were here Monday Mr W S Griffin a prominent stock m...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 7 March 1900

MI tr 4 It 4 HOTTC E o ST0CKMBN I IIITf Iris I tiny thing in this line Wo are ready to accommodate you either in bills or I cards Tiiv vi rk executod upon the shortest notice and in firstclass stylo A STRAIIGE DISCOVERY t A lost Tribe cf Eskimo Has Been Found The strangest anthropological find recorded in the last decade of the nineteenth conlur is nothing less than the discovery on a lonely island in Hudson bay of a lost tribe of Eski m06a community which has been without intercourse with other rep resentatives of the human species for centuries and whose members never saw a white man until a few months ago They arc still in the stone age knowing no metals they grow no plants and their houses are built of the skulls of whales The home of this strange tribe is on Southampton island a piece of wa tergirt terra firma nearly as big as the state of lain sitaatcdat the north end of Hudson bay Apparent ly the people have dwell there ever since preColumbian time and to day they live and su...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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