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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 5 February 1902

Need for Consistency Beet sugar interests In the South and West can hardly afford to pauper Ize Cuba by retuning to make any jon cessIons regarding the proposed reluc tlon of the tariff on sugar iuiportc1 to this country from the Island As Palma said recently the Uuilcd St ttcs sill be recalcrltrant to their duty if J they neglect to provide the Cubans with the means of industrial pros perltyTo there oas been nothing to mar the good record in dealing with our Cuban neighbors In contradic tion to the treatment accorded to Purto Ricans and the Filipinos In vari ous Instances our attitude toward the Cubans is all American pride re quires The South and West were the first to Interest the country inthe deplora ble condition of Cuba These two sections of the country gave full sway to their sympathies for the revolution ists A larger proportion of volunteers for the war with Spain was raised in the South and West than in the North and East The chivalrous Instincts of the nation were best i...

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. — 12 February 1902

I THE AJAIR 0WNTY NEWS VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTI KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1902 NUMBER 14 POST OFFIOE DIRECTORY J MROKSUI Postmaster Office huure wetk daa i 00 a m to CtjO I m GOUIir DIRECTORY tfniouir JooRfThree section a yearThird londay to jaw urj third Uondiiy to Map and thlr1 MonJiO In September Circuit JU lgcW W Jones Oiiminnwealth Alturny N H W Aaron SicriffF W 1111 r Olcrk Juo BCofley OJOITY CoomrPlrat Mondi lnch Mo month JdgcT AJutrel Couuly ttoruey J sa tnett Jr ClrkTK Sulta e JalhrJK P C nor AkacxnorHXV Button j JrYtyorR TlIoCa rce School suptW D laBel 1OoronerC Mnuwell C 1 rv arltelularoourt second Monday In each month edgeJ W Atkins omeyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PliEflBYTERlAN BonxaviUJi STUftJlCV T F Walton pastor Serrlcea lecond and fourth Sunday a each month Snndayichool at9 a m ereiy Sabbath Prayer meeting orery Wednesday night MKTHODIBT BUBUVILU BTMWT RCT W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayachool every Sabbath 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. — 12 February 1902

lJP t + l nJ J COUNTY lTTIWS 1 J rS J11 2 ver N3tlnesdayI jlY TIIK A4irinty News Go IIlcuxroRA TEn 1 11 0 q RBRIM frtltor 1ntone1c devoted to the Inter wstiicnwBriprr r i of th c tr Colunbla and the people of ieAfarnt rnmll g ni 1 iwl T th > Columbia Postofflce as second 1a un m tier tierJFcJirT r JlFCRJrf If SATES fl00 iE YEAR EOC SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 12 The Kentucky House killed the bill abolishing the thirdclass teachers certificate Caleb Powers and Jim Howard have been transferred from Frank fart to the Georgetown jail The jury in the case against the poolroom operators of Louisville returned a verdict of not guilty There is some little kicking over the redistrictrictiug but it was not expected that the Committee would please every body Mr Clarence E Woods a well known newspaper man of Rich mond is tipped for Senator J B McCreirys private secretary Yoshhihito the crown Prince of Japan will probably visit the United States at an early day He is twentyth...

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. — 12 February 1902

PERSONAL MENTION I Mr M Seabolt L uisille Is IIIi town Mr Burr Gllpln eampbellsvllle was here Tuesday Mr Fred Myers if Greensburg was fcere last Saturday Miss Delle Mitchell of Bliss Isspend ing a week In Columbia Mr R F Paull was OB the sick list several days oflatweeL Mr J IL Coffey attended a horse sale at Danville last week Mr E T Willis returned to his home In Cave City last week Mr Thos J West Campbellsville was here on bus ness one day last week Mr J W Atkins who was reported i sick last week improves very slowly Deputy Collector Goo Nell spent last Sunday with his family at this place Mr T P Jeffries who was reported dangerously ill Saturday night Is some betterMessrs Messrs Jas Garnett Jr and C S Harris returned from Frankfort last Saturday night Messrs Grover Rowe and Jo Duncan Monticello spenta portion of last Sun r day in Columbia Mrs D J Schooling was called to I Louisville last Sunday her drughter Mrs Logan being quite ill Mr Tom Wilson of Hlsevllle was here the first ...

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. — 12 February 1902

Isnt it iit tnHo is ar I > ever ihlI it bi = tit at ua III j rf boa joq T PI 11 r gnu well understands fleecing the public in this country where all a man has to do is to have a robbe ry deoljir d legal and he hns a right of way the country over However Brother J P has been across the pond and if reports are true has met u dhask that has out gaunralded him and he is in the soup to the tune of 175000 Well thatll not much forJ P st he will nut cHiiit the oust Of curtJP will proceed to make the bratof the situation and it is Jut uulikoly h e will call for a court of inquiry and have his pur chase declared the real thing A dispatch from London to the Press sayn J Pierpout Morgans painting > The Holy Family attributed t In Titian for which he gav 175 000 is now being exhibited in the Royal Academy show of old was ters and is flatly declared by all Witte lending art connoisseurs to be au egregious forgery Claud Phillips the art critic of the Daily Telegraph says Repulsive as it is i...

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. — 19 February 1902

t < l f THE AIAIR COUNTY i N = W r VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 1902 NUMBER 5 r OST OFFICEDBEOTORY JMEcseixL Postmaster 4 Office hours week days 500 a mto fijO pm COURT DIRECTORY iJiaooirCooRrThree session a year Third I third Monday In May and I Monday In Jan ary > third Monday In September Circuit Judge WWJoneg Oonmonweaith i Attornyy N H W Aaron beritY FtVMIFr prkJuo saaaey bCrllfF8wII11 cJ ilondsyla each month 0 tarry CauBPlrd luaday JudgcT A MurrcV CuUutV Attoruvy = JaeUsrnettJr j ytnrkTtt Siulto f Jailer JK P CcroTir AlIselOt orE W Burton S arreyor R T McOafff ec School SnptW D Jon Via Coroner GMRurBCllv iT court second Monday in OITT OOOT Kegnlarcourt iioh month If idgeJ W jt4 kta5 vorney GordoB Montgomery t CllUB CH rnECTORY f PRESBYTERIAN o f BCRMVIUB Swm rReT T P Walton F pastor Service second and fourth Sunday CO Hr n each month Bnndayichool aU ft m every isabbaUi Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST 0 VBtnuuTiuil STWIK Rer...

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. — 19 February 1902

v a r m h PhI COUNTY NEWS O or J Puhllshad Every Wednesday oJ rt T PdirountyTconvOtATEfl bO TMCOWf O ATEH kyF R q R iqRIM FdltoY 1 derot1 to theinler nrm nr ipti rarer 5pTOtr o of therftr Coli tntol and the people o IIlr 1 + UnntlplI 1 Untied at the Columbia Postofflce second ntasnn matter f = materrrTFCA1TT rrTFCA1TT N RITZS rt1Co O F YEAR r SIX MONTHS5OC MONTHSSTRICTLY STRICTLY IN ADVANOB WEDNESDAY FEB 19 QEDThe The famous DeWitt saloon in Louisville has been Bold for debt The ransom for Miss Stone has been paid but the Brigands have not yet returned the Stone Young Theodore Roosevelt who has been critically ill with pneu + menia is now considered out of danger Hugh Mulhollaud has gone This time wrong some more ho is arrested at Paducah charged j with grand larceny In the Bell county fight men tioned elsewhere six persone were killed on ofe the Sheriffs posse and five of Turners men Eouisville witl entertain the 7 Jyitucky Legislature February 21 Preparations are being made and ho...

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. — 19 February 1902

RSoNAL ltENTION Miss Berth lVell visited at Neil last Saturday > lr W n Jones was in Jamestown the fln t of the wtck Mr J E Murrell vac in Jamestown T the tir > t day of court Mr W P WalRer of Milltown was in Columbia Monday Mr JT Hamilton or 2frll was in Columbia avuruHy Mr RJrt Dih n yrlr Keltner wa in ovn Siiurda1 > Mrs L H Hurt Is lu Lebanon visit lug her sick lumber Muitor LUIph Hurt was quite sick seveal diy of last week MrJi Russell Jr reached Cojum bla last Thursday afteruOuo Judge W W June weut to Jairies town and opened court the lirtof the t I week Mrs Wm Butler is very sck anT MissFdnnif her daughter has pneu monla Prof J W Flowers of Gradyville I was in this city Saturd ly and reports his school flourishing I b Mr James Nay lor was in town Mon I day and is interested in bridging Bus sells creek at Wilsons mill Miss Lora West was called to Camp l bellsville Saturday her niece little Jesse West being very sick Mr John Q Alexander ae popular a traveling salesman w...

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. — 19 February 1902

J OBITUARY Y i Osrthe morning of February 4 l 02ht the hirre Clf Mr and Mm ftThnfiiM f utl rim rinr Sparkeville tha ttiig l of death came and cap turd for its victim the spirit of little Lizzrt and took it homA to ad Lzzin wna 5 years 0 mouthn and 20 days old unusually bright and much loved by all who knew her While it is hard for na to give up thr darling on > it is said that God does all things for the best While God calls one away wit larlyClVA the angels jeuiiid nr ih v nt her shore beckon iujj iii jv ti6 hooiw God saying Vjjuiier little children to come un to me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven In aadueBd t + e knelt at her bed side stud heard her lust pittiful moan then folding her hands tVr h > r hpsom we humbly thanked God she was pone gone carried up by the angels with Jesus for ever to reign where none of earths blighting diseases can ever reach our darling agam We are lonely yes ever so lonely Our eyes are now filled with tears as we call up ...

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. — 26 February 1902

S S > L I E r 7 > S = S t d p I r t H THE q AIJAIIflIJTJNTY NEWS VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OONTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1902 NUMBER 16 POST OFFICE DIREOTORY JII KCBSIAW Pottmastcr Office honre wetk day5 1M a m to jO p m COUUT 1 RECTORY JiuoeiTOooKTTbreft se4sIone a yearThird londa In Ma and Mu4y In len try third Monday May t lird > londny In September Circuit JudKW W Jones 0 nmonweaith s Attorn yNH WAaron benir7w MUUr Olerlc Juo BCbfley in each month I = londa1ln 0 lUnrr lJlrPlr81 Jud eT AMurreV CjtiitY AttorniyJaIGroettjt OlerkT R Stulta Jailer JK P ConoTtr AMensorE W Burton 3 irteyorR T McCaffrey dohool auptW D Joncm OoronerC MKu sell eeconJ Monday In Ooaaritecularcoun CirYOon ach mouth 1deJ W Atkins 1 orne Gordon Montcomery CHURCH DIRECTORY pREsBYTERIAN BOHKVILWI STMKR T F Walton pastor Service econd and fourth Snnda > a n each month Bundaychool lotI a m evel7 Sbbath Prajer meeting every Wednetdaj night METHODIST W P Gordon BH BITUAB STzEITReT pastor Service Are...

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. — 26 February 1902

li1 q 1P1 OTINTYlTlmS l iU t lJ it I1ll n Published Every Wednesday RV THE dJir y ounty Ngwsgo tr CRPORATEn CRAEa AIITtttRiN idttf r r f JQemnrHiir tipv r prr devoted to thelnte ete of the city nfColrrobla and the people n vtMr an1 xrtJfiPMt cmtntlM Knlornd nt the Colombia Postoffic as s con > clasnial matter NRATk8t v 1cO YEAR f pViYFAR tONTHSOc SIX MONTHS I 8 raJCTLTlK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 26 u r Clarence Shipp charged with murderiuga man named Hoarde was acquitted at Lebanon last week The defense was represent ed by Lev and S A Russell I Henry Wilkerson of Hart coun ty is in custody charged with poisoning bis wife Mrs Wilkes sons body has been exhumed aud gher Btomuch sent to a chemist in Louisville r L A caucus will probably be had at Frankfort this week oil the report > the r State There is some disaatisfac 5 tiou and there is no telling at thi 1 Writing what the final finish will beAlfred Alfred Yitherppoon who was President of the First National w JJiiuk Liwwiicebarg h...

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. — 26 February 1902

1 1 c PERSOL1CMTION < V l < > 5 Mr 3 II Judd > pent Sunday In i Qolmujla Mr W M Wllraore was in Columbia p d Yri1 MrJE flad1uf Fprdy was in tJU lllnrlltf Hn Ii < Bjiirutanledihe Rus ttHc1rtuI c1 rtfo Mr T C T > 3vfdiin was In Liberty the Qrhtpf j hie week Mr TtSf FIfiRJtinbotti un Creels oro was IiC1UIlibL tourhy 1 Mr LUhir WMliaru HontpeIer wa in Coumbia last Friday Mr J W Atkins wholasbeen quite L sick for several weeks Is improving 5MessrsGcrilon Montgomery and C S Harris went to Frankfort Monday Deputy Collector Geo Nell spent two days of last week with his family here f Mr Thus J West and his little son A Henry Canipbellsville were here Jast week Mr C F Montgomery an attorney of Liberty mas in Columbia last Saturday Mr Oscar Pile one of our oldest r citizens has been quite sick for the past week MrvSiqa Hancock visited his broth er Wallace hd is sick at Lexington last Saturday itstrMrgSathTery Me 8anyTerry and Al Pedigo of iBarren jpunty were here last week I ...

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. — 26 February 1902

4 4 < > C > 1 i 1Jion MCCrCary 1 + iichsbKHvbetn PUidsit the pub lie priut ahnxit the return of Ar f thur PH Grmun of Maryland to the Senate but little about the re appearance iupublio life of James Bennett McCreary of Kentucky yet one event is jest about as im portaut as the other MoOreary is a valuable addition to the Dem ocratic contingent iu the house of the cuuscript fathers He is au able and experienced statesman a Democrat without the shadow of turning Aossesedof as much tact as Gorman himself He was aco lone iu Morgans cavalry a mem bor aud speaker of the Kentucky Legislature elected Governor of Kentucky in 1875 at the early age of thirtyseven served twelve years iii Congress was chairman of the great committee on foreign affairs and served in the Brussels monetary conference Now after a voluntary retirement of eight years he appears in Washington as the first fruits of the triumph ant fight the Kentuckians have made to redeem their common wealth from the TaylorDebo...

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 March 1902

< 4 V THE ADAIB COUNT Y NEWS VOLUME COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 5 1902 NUMBER 17 Alia a AliO ST OFFICE DIRECTORY J11 Dessau P lmatcr OIHe houro alt das 000 m to r 0pm 4UUitL IKECTOUY OtitcoiT 5 V iUKr rhre se + siong a year Third rIlnlanry third Monday in May and tt miUy tn fan lary c ttrdIondh lu September Circuit Ju i gw W Jonrs i Ovnmimwaith Attorney N H W Aaron ieriirF W Mill r tiperk Jnuuofb3 p iairrrts 5ouitrl lr Mondayln each month Fad cT AMurrrl eijiU > U a y JAH U Turn Jr OIK I K t ilU Jailer JKVdioTtr ArcloE W Bmtun uIrb 4 1calfnc 1 4r tiy r KT icnvnii j upt W l > Joins l OumnttUMHu Svl 4 tony COUUT rtegulurcourt second Monday In nth month l4r J W Atkins jruuy Gordon Montgomery CllUllCIl DIKECTORY PRESUYTERIAN Walton U0HJCSVIILK TJUBTKCY T F i pastor Scrrice second and fourth Sunday a each month Sundayschool atfl a m Lieu J hbbh Prayer meeting every Wednesday ujht MitTIt0UIST UoaKsyiLLB BTBBBT KtiT W P Gordon pallor Services lint Sunday in each ...

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 March 1902

ATIMR COillIT NBWS Published Every Wednesday BY Ti3E Adair ounty News o CXNCORPORA TED CHAR B WVKRXH Editor Democaiic newspaper devoted to theinter elite ofthe city of Colombia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofflce as second elL ondl matter matterFJ f TjifCJlJrT N HA TES 100 sxyEYEAEI iOC SIX MONTHS STRICTLY m ADVANCE ATAICTLYINADVANCESD WEDNESDAY MARCH VPEDNEThe The Capital will remain at Frankfort The removal bill was killed in the Senate The redistricting committee has had an unpleasant duty and conse quently can not ploase every body rw r rrw ffhe bill which the Local Option people have been pushing has pass ed both branches of the Legtela toreOnly Only a few days for the Li gis lature to wind up and end lip all its troubles except to answer for its deeds deedsThe The InteriorJournal notes the fact that Booker was to see Ted dy a few days ago but no eating was in it A mining camp in Colorado was destroyed last week by a heavy slide of sn...

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 March 1902

4 O a ii PERSONAL MENTION i Mrs W E Bradshaw Is on the sic k c list Mr W E Frazer Was In town Sun day Mr W L Brockman was In town I court day Mrs T A Hurrcll was on the sick list last week Mrs Carrie Powell of Bliss spent last week In town Mr W S Knight of Jamestown was here last week Rev W B Cave of this city was s quite sick lust week Mr Finis Baker of Amanda Hie T was in town Monday I Mr J D Sharpof Amandaville was on our streets Monday Mr L L Murrell has pneumonia and Is a very sick man Mr J N Coffey was in Louisville last week buying goods Mr Ed Morgan of Cumberland River was In tywn Monday Mr Geo Gowdy of Campbellsville was In Columbia last week Breedingi i attended church here Sunday Miss Haidee Rowe of Jamestown Is vlsltsng Miss bailie Montgomery Mrs W E Frazer of Purdy spent several days of last week in Columbia Mr Bob t Bowe of Amanda vllle was mizingwith the people in Columbia lastMondayn n lastMondayMr Mr Ed Hadley of the Crocus coun try was shaking hands on the square 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. — 5 March 1902

A jr < McKINNEY I will any Cur this locality thpt I wna never in n more hospitabi neighborhood Every one seem to be willing to lend a helping band to those in need or in dJs tress That being the case I dont pee why McKinney should not be heard from once andawhil through your columns and if th iA does not find its ins place in the waste basket I will try to re port occasionally The people of this place an more than anxious for the railroad road spnken of from Scottsville to the Cincinnati Southern and wi1l do all in they can to have it tap the Southern nt this place Wheat is looking badly at pres ent and without a great chant the crop will be short Hogs an selling at 5 cents but they an scarce scarcePrayer meeting every Wed nei I day night at the Baptflt church Bro J Q Montgomery preachei at Turnerbville first and thin Sundays H K Taner Sou are a inga lively business here assisted bj Carless Coffey Mr 0 F Epperson formerly Adair county is one of our best citizopp Dr Frank Gnder mi...

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. — 12 March 1902

t < 1 THE AD AIR COUNTY NEWS VOliOME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 1902 NUMBER 18 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J M BCISULL P etmatert froOlilce p m COUltl DIUEOTOKY dlBOOiTOouRT Three clonl tf year Third and In May third Monday In tary Monday ujauaary tntrd Monday in September Circuit JI1IlcW V Jones Commonwealth a Attorney N H WAaron SaenffP W Mill r Olerlc Juo UCofley OOOSITT Cooar First Monday In each month Jud eT A Murrell Cuuuty Attornoy JaiOitnettJr Olork TRStuUa Jailer JK P Conover AnctlliorEo W Burton durreyor R T McOaffree School Snpt W D Jones Coroner GMRuf sell second Monday in CITY Ooumf Regular court ach month idgeJ W Atkins orney Gordon Montgomery j CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BuBumu 8nanReT T P Walton pastor iemcea second and fourth Suas flnndaycnool at9 a BL W II each month Ubbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BonxaTlLLa STBBBT Rer W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sabbath at 8 am Prayer dundayichool every meet...

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. — 12 March 1902

AllAill COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesdayth nYT JE Adair ounty News ol tatcpurorrtrlnh CZ1AS 6 HAKRJCS Editor devoted to the Inter Dcraocniic ncTrpapcr ests of the city of Columbia enC the people o Adjiir and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PostofBcc as second closmai matter = = matterGrBSCRIPT PRESCRIPT y lUTES tJ00 ONKYEAR Iboo boo dsr BIS MONTHS UOTIISSTeIOTLYIN STRICTLY IN ADVANOEp WEDNESDAY MARGE L2o The name of the Harrodsburg rghe Sayings has been chaugud to The Heraldt HeraldThirteen Thirteen thousand soldiers a rem to soon return to the States from tho Philippines The Legislature of Maryland has passed a bill granting women the right to practice law iu that state Booker T SS ashiugton is preach ing that work is the best thing for his race That is a fine medicine for all races There are only five more work ing days for the present Kentucky Legislature The redistricting bill has not yet passed the Sen ate r ateIn In the Senate last Wednesday The Farris unit loca...

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. — 12 March 1902

PERSONAL MENTION Mr Henry Fulks Is in Louisville this week Mr H N Miller went to Louisville Tuesday Dr M O Sallee Liberty was here last Monday Little Henry Reed is yet in a criti cal condition conditionMr Mr Attes Morgan of Inroad was it town Monday Mr Jas Cheek Cauipbellsville was here last Monday MissDelle Mitchell isspending a few days in Columbia Mr Ben F Tupman of Green river was on our streets Monday Mr TF Curry of the Sparksville feverl Mr Oscar Pile who was indisposed for several weeks has about recovered Chas Willis and Chas Murrell ol Joppaleft Wednesday for Macomb 111Mr Mr Luther Williams of Montpelier lain Louisville this week purchasing goods Mr Geo Walford and Mr L C Hurt left for Louisville Monday at noon Mr Z M Staples is visiting his sis ter Mrs T B Flowers who resides near Paducab Judge J W Atkins who has been quite sick for the past month is now rapidly recovering Hon Geo H Nell and Mr J H Judd spent last Sunday with their families at this place Miss Effie Bradsha...

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