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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 1 January 1902

r i AREa1STOZIC BL a Rare Relic of Antiquity Discovered in Hew York My nerves withstood such severe shock at the discovery in New York a few days ago of a relic of rare an tiquity thatl have scarcely yet recov ered said an F street broker this morning in an uptown resort as he poured an extra thimbleful of tonic in his highball Live wire suggested the man on his left Worse than that replied the broker I was standing on a corner not a thousand miles from Broadway and Fortysecond street when I heard the tinkle of what I thought was a bell It startled megreatly looked down the street and what dp you think I saw As the broker bent his elbow his friends took turns guessing Automobile Bicycle SheepGoats Goats They say there is fine goat pasture on the rocks near Fiftyninth streetFire Fire engine Cows They drivocattle through the streets over to the First avenue daughter houses still I suppose Ambulance beU1 Dinner bell Were the men run ning Steamboat loose from her moor ings and floated u...

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. — 8 January 1902

1 t I I C3 t I t J 451 = v j t1 1 1 I i 4 t J V i iA7fL rIfEhr > X n Mr t n r 1 i It I UOUNTf Y 0 k NJIE V Y r t 1 I 4 j3 1 r 1 1 ni fll Y H I JVOIiU Big 3U It LUW COLUMBIA ADAIR ODfl NTY KgNJtldJO WEJN SDAI JANUARY 8 19021 > NUMBER t OSTOFFICE DIRECTOR XJ M Russell Postmaster ol1CClhOU1e da1ll7OOm 3JymI i COURT DIRECTORY 4riVT r nIO 13C 1nOUITCounTThtee sessions a yearThird U ynu4 MQyD4y3 f fiiriilondayln Septeinbcr Circuit Judge WWJones T Obrnrnoiwealth Attorney 875 WA ron SheriffFW MUltr C1erkJno Jc L T v V nrJc Tjl J 0 OOUHTY CocKFlrst Mond yln each month Judge T A Murrel J vi L County Attorney JasQirnetlJ JrJ ClerkT It Stultsp Jatie JKPCon6TOr j rs j Assessor EVV Barton SllrvoyorR T McCaflrec School SuptW DJonCS < V < r 6o toner = C 51 Rusbltt Fciriach oiJJT Regular c urt seccil i 1 1 ouday D t ach month IdgeJ W Atklnn ornorrGordonMonlcomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BOBMVitM STMMReY T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sund yschool ...

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. — 8 January 1902

l T TiiikIIR COUNTY N W8 1 PablisSaf Ever Wednesday BY THE I AdairSountyNewsio 4 i l IKCORJP ORATED DRAB B HARRXH Editor A Drmoeritlc nnwiipaper devoted to the Inter Bata of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties t s Entered at the Columbia PoitoOce second l clan mall mater = c = u trrtfCKirT WRITES 1j 0 100 oxtt VIUR ° SIX MO TnS600 MONTHSSTRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 8 In the organization of the Ohio Legislature Hanna got everything he wantebut the Senate clerk shipRabbi c Rabbi Moses the most noted divine in Jewish circles in this ctnintry is lying dangerously ill at his home in Louisville The Senatorial fight will soon be in full bloom and we trust that beit will be short and satisfactory to the people of the State The Legislature of old Kentucky is Democratic and mighty lucky It will redistrict the State from the Big Sandy to the Purchase Kentucky Legislature met yes terday It is thought that ballot ing for a United States Senator will commence a...

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. — 8 January 1902

i J PERSONAL MENTION Mr T P Jeffries Is a very sick mar Dr Loren Williams has returned ti Glasgow G W Dillon Breeding was in town Ion dayI MondayProf Prof A H Ballard was in Columbia last week Eld Lawrence Williams was here i last Friday FridayUncle Uncle S omln Tu pen was quite sick last week r Hiss Pauline Cabell will not return to Lexington LexingtonProf Prof > C E Willis opined school atr Glenville Monday Tlr Gordon a brother of the mints ter is here on a visit Miss Jennie Garnett returned to Jel Hcb Tenn last week Dr OKeLeyElkhorn was In C0 lumbia last Saturday Mr W L Walker is In Cincinnati this week purchasing goods rIMrs A H Ballard visited her sister Mrs H N Miller last week Mr Tyler Marshall Campbellsville was in Columbia last Thursday I Mr W J Gofer of Webster county Mo is visiting relatives in Adair Messrs C S Harris and M Cravens are in the Wayne county oil fields Mr J W Coffey has gone to Monti cello to follow his avocation black smithingMrs Mrs Nannie Scalf and her...

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. — 8 January 1902

t 3 Slavery in Africa A 4 Slavery will soon be completely radicated from the soil of the ij dark continent where for ages bee yond the historic chronicle it has been in existence says the Atlan rJtic Constitution Several clays ago the German Jj government issued a decree which tl t paves the way for the gradual ab Io olition of slavery in Germany East 1 of Africa and in view of the fact C t that other colonizing powers have heretofore taken similar steps cJ Jthere is absolute safety in the pre Idiction that it will not be many 1 years before slavery is wholly un Jknown in Africa Under tho terms of the decree recently issued by the Gorman I government the slave is given the right to purchase his freedom I i from the master while the master is required to give the slave one third of his time in which to ac quiro his means for purchasing his freedom and in cases of sick ness and old age the master is to care for the sluvo If this plan is carried out slavery will ba com pletely eliminat...

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. — 15 January 1902

p1 I rh t 1 t TIIE win A TF A TR OOTJWT Y NEWS VOIiUME 5 COLUMBIA t AD AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 151902NUMBER = = = Ai NUMBER 10 posroFFICE DIRECTORY J M RnsseU Postmaster Office hoursweek days 7 = 00 am 830 pm H2S COURT DIRECTORY UiBOOiT5oiJ Three sessions a year Third Monday Injariiary third Monday In May and third top 1Ii y to Septemberon Circuit JnSgeiWvrJoner Commonwealth a Attorney NH WAaron SheriffTiWiMIUr Oltrk Jno B CoCeyde Oou iTT CouBT = First Monday In each month Judge T A Murrell County Attorney JaiGarnett Jr OlerkT E Stults Jailer JK P CoBOTtr Asieiior p y Burton SarTCyor R TUcCaffreBi School SuptW D Jonu Oorocer CM Ru sel CWT COOBT RegnUrcourt second Monday in ach month idgeJW Atkins ornoy Gordqn ijoqtgomery gltt cnp i kr0 TOji chjEBnyTEar4N QURK VILLB SFasrREV T F Walton i pastor Servlcps tcqond and fqnrth Bandar Stindayaphoola Ja m eieiy n each 4onilb Sngdsyatboo14i9aUer Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday r nisbh z fJttUODJJn tenLWLrB pHtqr QerrLces ...

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. — 15 January 1902

e r II IBM GOIH Iff j published Every Wednesday J = BY TUB Mair oUl1ty News o f INCORPORATED I8 EIUter ucu cU 8 devoted to the later x Democratic newspaper and the people of of Columbia oU of the city Adair and adjacent counties Entered at tho Columbia Postofflceasseco clas ° mall matter SUBSCRIPT N R1TES 10 OSEVBAR s sec t BIX MONTHS SIONTIISaT41TLTi r AI1VNrR W WEDNESDAY JAN 15 f Mr W P Walton has purchas Democrat and ed the Lexington v has assumed control 0 i Hon Gerald T Finn who won V rr the Speakership is a manly man r parliamentarian and a splendid f will make an excellent presiding If officer L r Gov Beckhama message was free from political buncombe His and is a fine Stato paper suggestions to the Legislature were all practicable and sensi ble The Greensburg Record is chuckling over the fact that the Adair County News made a mis r take We belong to the common herd of mankind and make no preventions to infaliuihty f Tho Stipremn C1 > urt held that th s McCh wasd iiiMinl Tl...

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. — 15 January 1902

t CI r Ji1F r ro Y I I i T I I H n L V ra Wjl = J e Nt j A J J T L4 L ERR lT o NGE < SHLE it Ifa d < U 0 SPRING IS COMING r In a very short time we will begin to receive ftur PringStock tOtand we want to say rIght here that It will be the best rir otr T > v r 0saw in ColumbiaA closing out sales of Manufacturers and tGi Jobbers we bought largely of several lines of goods and while in November and peceniber we did a larger business than ever before 1 oyet a great inariy of these goods are unsold and must besold with o in the next thirty days to make room for our Spring Stock In r order to clean out this stock we have determined to sell them to o Cash Buyers at WholeSale prices AA w w A w is in A A A n n n n n 4 I These Lines Consist pi ea 1 r jSiF0vercoats Winter Suits Bed Comforts and Blank aa Iif ets Jlen stiadiesand Childrens Undorwea Hoods Faci natorsReady rondo SKIrts and Undershirts Winter Dross Xsi slery lianderchiejs Neckwear Ladies and Ghildrens W W9qa yxapsFurCaPesS...

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. — 15 January 1902

i i 1 a K i l rc 1 i 1 t WI + s ir i > i1 I 0 1 Irla t j IOrl anuounci1 g jySt otai tle 5jfiCJattert of i cntijfe j r lnitd State including all outlying c V f possessions was 842330fi9 In tbe cen 5 5 sus yea L9pjplThi k liemieiastoft lows Continental United Sates or r United States proper 15994575 here tofore announced Philippines 6961r p 339 being the estimate of the stalls 4 tlclan to the Philippine commission oJ Porto Rt 951243 Hawaii 154001 54 i Alaska 3592 Guam 9000 American r > Samoa 0100 person in the military r y and naval service of the United States outside of the territory of the United States proper 91210 The report an nounces that the twelfth census only g extended to Alaska and Hawaii outside of Contfnental United Stales but that the azures for the rest of the United States dosualn are taken from the best available resources These figures are based on the enu 7meratton tf Juhe 1 1900 The reporl says KiysA census of the Phtlippino islands was in progress in 1890 w...

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. — 22 January 1902

= + r rr = i e i I NEWSr rr t j I VO FANUARY2219O2T NUMBER 11 J POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY t6 v Vjl Russell PostB + 5tcr 1 m O i DIRECTOR taoar Thlr d OtnaIIITCo d Ii OtnaIIITCoSSnd third Monday In Mayan I Ii301ndl1 InJan tart 4 P t lydMondaytnSeptember I Circuit JuageW W Jones W Aaron AjyK lth a + Coam nneotth 8ierl6F V Mllhr rOlerkJilD B CoRey J 211lt s t bleadayia each month COOBT First Monday OiloaTT KO 1 JndgcT AMutrelVT < 7r Jr meLl JasGntnett County Att tnyJaa tnettT r Olerk TB8 tills T r r c ir J J U JanerjKJ U 1 At acmor E VT Burton Surveyor R T UcCaffree ii 0 f Scl1ocrtSnptW D Jone r t Corun rOM Uu sell Monday In second court a ciTYCousTKegularcourtsecond i t J CtY OauaTBegnlareonrt ach month idgeJ W Atkins iorn y Gordon MontKomery CHURCH DIRECTORY tSURCH j v It PRESBYTERIAN Rer T P Walton BUBKSTXUB STaBnRev Waltooj Services second and fonrtb Sunday pastor n each month 8nhUyicaooiVt9 a m eve Y Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night r I w I METHODIST BoarsviLLB BTBBBT Re...

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. — 22 January 1902

r THE Mi COIR iEg r 1 r c Pi1 a lishaLl Evsry Wednesday BY TUB fldairGouiilyNewsSo INCOUPURATED crit t + + fe 4rtrly L Editor u1 n vtpwr deroiwl to theinter t of tb cUynf OtnmMa and the people of Al 1 raTiMlsir conntlet n t wrn aul iPu tnOlccaasccond c t 1 m n r fl 1 S ti IO n we lRITt7r ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 22 GI P R Mt nay JBEIUI munc d his rUidu1acy for Circuit lt 1T in tb ° Hrc5nrsdg district Tho ii lucky Legislature is m iviisg nlollgcnutiously and if no grass miatnkrs are made during the susiion there is no telling what the next Democratic majority in the Statewill be J M McICuight is now under sentence to serve six years in the Priii for crooked work in the German National Bank which failed five or six years ago Its a light sentence for a great offense Uncle Toms Cabin is getting gi hard kicks from the Lexington people It deserves all it is get ting for it is an exagerated narra narrad tive ofn condition that passed away nearly forty years ago Mr 11II Cabbell of Camp Knox re...

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. — 22 January 1902

j 3 < U T l01 l r orrr r = J 0 i JMN 1 7 GLEHRHNGE SHLEI o o s o o U e xolV > VUVVV IV IVV VVVwwwvwvvvvv VVVwwwvwvvvvvf 0 SPRING IS COMING 5 8In a very short time we will begin to receive our Spring Stock > 0and we y lot fn say rIght here that it will be the best vou ever < PJ 0 saw in Columbia At closing out sales of Manufacturers and L 0 Jobbers we bought largely of several lines of goods and while in e 0 November and December we did a larger business than ever before e 0yet a great many of these goods are unsold and must be sold with 0in the next thirty days to make room for our Spring Stock In 1 order to clean out this stock we have determined to sell them to o Cash at WholeSale 0Cash Buyers prices o + + oLWC X VV C1VW IVVUVV ° oIVVWVWV o e e These Lines Consist of 0 Overcoats Winter Suits Bed Comforts and Blank a ets bleu s Ladies and Childrens Underwear Hoods Faci 0 nators Readymade Skirts and Undershirts Winter Dress 0Goods Goods Mens and Boys shirts Suspenders Gl...

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. — 22 January 1902

ij LOANS FOB FARMERS 1 New York Jan 9The Times josays Prominent finanoialinter eats are organizing in this city a new trust company whiqfi willop erate along entirely tipyel tines r tiudiu a field at present worked jbyno other similar institution The company will be known as the Trust Company of the Republic Its purpose will be to loan money to farmers throughout the coun try on warehouse receipts as Fecur ity and when its own resources will not penint of such loans to becjnina liwtJquait rs for tho liO gocmtioiv Itf pnppr of that clinrac ter Itwas stated yesterday by one of the financiers interested in the pcheme that farmers and produc ers of raw material in many parts i of the country today were com pelled to pay as much as 20 to 25 per cent interest on the money borrowed This forced them es pecially in the matter of cotton to rush their products to the mar ket and to sell it at disadvantage in order to be able to liquidate their Joans Lookingforward to the ultimate formation of ...

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. — 29 January 1902

r 4 I < < < THE APAIR J COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 1902 NUMBER 12 COURT DIRECTORY OiBCUlTCocRT Three sesiions a year Third londay InJanJl1ry third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JnJse W W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney NH WAaron SheriffF W Mllltr Olerk JnoBCo3cy CjuziTV CconrFiMt ilonjlayin e ih month JtdgcT A JIurrel County Attunify Jai GfrnettJr OlcrkTlt Sults JailerJ K P Cocovcr XsseieorE W Burton > SurTCyor RT McCaffrec School Sapt1V D Jones CoronerC M Kit set CITT COORT Ketfnarcourt second Monday In ach month idge JW Atkins ornoy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY J PRESBYTERIAN BOBKSVILIB STBBEIRCV T F Walton pastor Services tecond and fourth Snndaya n each month Sundaytchool aU a m eTeiy Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BUBKST1LLB 8TBBBT ROY W P Gordon pastor Service first Sunday In each month Sundayi chool every Sabbath at II a m Prayer meeting Thursday night nightBAPTIST BAPT...

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. — 29 January 1902

rHR llMll GOUNTYNEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE ftdairSountyNewsSo INCORPORATED Edtter CHAtt H HARWB + thclnte devoted to n A Democratic newip per eats of the city of Columbia and the people of Adalrand adjacent counties Entered at the Colombia Poatolllce u second elan mail matter matterAAASCRIPr SVRSCJUPT N RATES ONE VBARtto UONTHS500 tUX UONTHS500BTRWrLYIN STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 29 Chicago went wild over Admiral Sohleywhen entered the city last Friday Twentyone men were killed and eight badly injured in a mine exploson at Lost Creek la last Friday A bill has passed the Senate in trodnced by M r Cantrell of Scott prohibiting the use of Paris J green on tobacco The Legislature in forming sen atorial districts left Adair in a helpless condition from a Demo cratic standpoint The Chicago Democratic March ing Club will visit Louisville Feb ruary 15 All the Clubs in the city are making preparations to entertain them The Democratic members of Congress in a caucus meeting ...

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. — 29 January 1902

i if PERSONAL MENTION Mr Basil Chai uan GI sfork was here Sunday Rev T F Walton was in Dauvllli last Tbursday Mr W R Lyon Campbellsville was here Saturday Mr W A Brooks Cincinnati waS visiting bere Sunday Mr D M Williams Campbellsvllh came In a few days ago I Mr Lee A Scearce of Lebanon was in town a few days ago Mr L L Eub ink wa > oa the sick s I list several days last week Mr W N Robinson one of our old est citizens is not so well I Mr J W Cook Louisville was In C l o bla one day last week Mr W C Cessne Hodgensvllle spent last Sunday in Columbia Rev TE Walton and family will leave for Clover port In a few days Dr C D Moore was mixing with his friends here one day last week Dr OM Kelsey Elkhorn was In Adair professionally lastweek Mr3JCronch Ruleville Miss was here the latter part of last week Mr John Rule and daughter Miss Laura of Purdy were In town Satur day Messrs R P Breeding and G W Dillon Breeding were in this city last Friday Mrs W B Patterson and her little son left fo...

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. — 29 January 1902

w r yr Was irf life War I There Cjuld be DO more flagrant prcxfofRof > sevftltt contempt for IDII1 Jtary restraint than was shown by the president when he was merely Colonel Roosevelt the Rough Rider of the volunteers in the war with Spain then he sg ed if he did not Inrile and originate the round robin at SantiagoA robin which is bftter known in the naal service than on lard Is considered more or less mutt nous It consists of a complaint or protect agairst authority written in side of a circle around which the per sons signing it write their names like the radii or spokes of a wheel The object of this Is to prevent any of the foreigners from being singled out as leader in the mutiny as would be the case of a name signed at the top and the others f ollowi ng Colonel Roosevelt thus engaged in an act that was of a mutinous nature I contrary to all military law aswell as prejudicial to discipline and good or der But this was npt all His com munications with the war department when h...

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. — 5 February 1902

THE ID AIR or BOUNTY NEWS VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBUARY 5 1902 NUMBER 13 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J M RoMLLiq Postmaster Office houre week days 700 a m to t0 pm COURT DIRECTOR OiBontTOoonT Three sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron SheriffF W Miller Clerk Jno B Coffey Oooair CcomrFlwt Monday In each month JudgeT A Murrell County Attorney Jat Of tnett Jr OlerkT R S suits Jailer JK P CcnoTer Ai icysor E W Burton Surreyor R T McCaffree School SuptW D Jonei J CoronerC MBusell Cirr COURT Regularcourt second Monday In ach month idgeJ W Atkins Corner Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY o PRESBYTERIAN EoRraviLi Siwucr ReT T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays a each month Sundayschool t9 a to CTeiy Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BuwcsviLLB Snxn Kev W P Gordon pastor Services drat Sunday In each month SundaytcBool every ...

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. — 5 February 1902

< fIm ADMlrGOUNTY lffiWS Published Every Wednesday RY THE Adair oullty News o INCOSUPORATED CBA88 HARRIM Editor + + O Democratic newspaper denoted to the Inter eats of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties T j Entered at the Columbia Poitofflce as second t clas maU matter matters SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONE WAR f1tO 8IXMONTUS1 SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 5 1 The great Editor of the Courier Journal at last sees the signs of the imperialistic tendency of the Republi can party couched behind the unjust and humiliating reprimand of General Miles by the President Mr Watter sons editorial of February 1st styled The March of Imperialism is a mas terpiece of logic a clear note of warn Ing and a strong appeal to the friends of a true Republic to stand together and work to ward off imperialism The CourierJournal an advocate of ex > pansion bat an enemy of imperialism We have never believed that our gov o ernment would be made better wiser or riche...

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. — 5 February 1902

t > 5y PERSONAL MENTION it v r iV Mr Tim Cravens was fIn he JIc4 INr las weck 1aswecktr Mr E W Reed wasslck several days of last week Mr J W Atkins has been very sick for the past week Mrs Maud Conovtrwho Ivis out of town If qu t sfck Mrs P VGrisaom hash en on the sick list sevt ral days Mr W S ICiIght Jamestovn was in Columbia lust Sunday night Mr R II Price and wife l > ave re turned from a visit to Parksville Cecil a little daughter of BevT F Walton was quite sick last week An infant child of Mr Junius Han cock Is very ill with pneumonia Messrs W IL Turk G H Nell and W M Wiluiore were here Monday J Anna Rey Eubank a little daughter of Mr John Eubank is quite sick Miss Alice Murrell daughter of Al fred Murrell was quite sick last week t Mr and Mrs Tim Bradshaw who were quite sick last week are much better Mr W N Robinson one of our old est citizens is lying in a very critical conditionRobt Robt Allen and family who have been living in Illlnoishave returned to Adair county Mi...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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