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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 18 November 1903

P f 1 1 I r Ht l CunsUtuuon From me AJanta The Republicans carried Honolulu Bahl you7tilame If the weather dontsult you the sunspots Tom Platt saya he la sailstted Well we trust tbe abeml As to Ohio the Dutch carried Hoi unanlland mously Anynnw Turn Johnson can be elect ed mayor of Mark faunas town The Atlanta has reached Colon Now we know the isthmus Is ourn John Bul looks on suspiciously as the czar and kaiser swap osculatory microbes What a hand Charlie Schwab would be to p lmte aJg o q nations campaign fund Dr Duwle Isnt the only man who ever went to New York for wool and returned shornN Chicago man choked to deatb on a doughnut that wasnt a bit like mother used to make Philanthropist Bill Devery feels that the downtrod area set of In grates Twas ever thus Colonel Roosevelt may recall that Mayorelect McClellan bad a father in the battle of Antietam That oldfashioned bourbon majors ty in Kentucky will keep Snowball Belknap indefinitely in cold storage Two million dollars changed ...

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. — 25 November 1903

> THE AD A PR COUNTY NEWS FOMME 7 OOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1903 NUMBER 2 PpI OST OFI r ICE DIRECTORY J M RUS ELL POSTMASTER 11i T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER r Io hoary week days 7001 Ill to c30 p m COURT DIRECTORY OlooiTCou T Three session a year Tbird uQday Injanuary third Monday In May and 1 hird Monday In September jfrcuitJuUge WWJones ninmonwtuuib Attorney NH W t Aaron J SurnffP W Miller aatClera tBtkday ihlltC1crlJsOodey < TT Couat Firsi Monday In each month I udge T AMurrell County Attorney Jaia rnett Jr Jr I r 4 ian Jal i rJ K P Conover r AsessorTK W Unrion LuvoyorR McOaffree School tinptW U Jones oioner OMRusell ITT OoOETltegniarcourt second Monday In each mouth Judirc T 0 Davidson Attorney Gordon MnntRomrj Marshal Q T Flowers fii r iiiUlillI1DIRECTORY U 1YT R1 + UI V1jfla STKMTKeT W C Clements > a tG senilce ecund and fourth Sundays inemenmontiJ Bunday choolat9a m nTeiy ubljZihTPrajer meeting every Wednesday rOlltb I J ilXTHOUIBT J t Ann 5s...

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. — 25 November 1903

s r iRE ADAIR COmiTY NfViR Published Every Wednesday BY TBS dair ou T13ENewsto IlCCORPORATED CRAB B saBIUB Editor rer devoted to the Inter Demon csewlparer sits of the city ofOolumbla and the people o Adxlrand adjacent counties t gmter8d ttheOoluiabUPoitofficeMMCond eoluamdl matter WEDNESDAY 25 1903 We desire to serve notice on thn democracy of this the third Ap pallate District that in due coarse of time Columbia will have a can didate for Appellate Judge It is true that ibis rather early for such 2aaupjin3ca6at but feeling so sure that future events willwarrant onr position in this matter we have no hesitancy in prsenting the name of one of our townsmen far this high and honorable position In doing ths we have no appolo gins to offer i no excuse tq give and no defects to cover in the standing and ability of the gen tleman whom the people of thip part of Kentucky would delight to honor When the time comes for announcmeHts the name of Hon J F Montgomery of this town will appear aa t...

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. — 25 November 1903

I S I 1 I 1 A i4 iii RERSONAL MENTION Elri Z T Williams was in town Monday Mr Gen WThomas Somerset was here Sunday Mr Dan Curd Horse Cave was here last Sunday Mr Walter Hobson Campbellavllle 1 is in town Mr W B Hurt Isgradually gaining his strength Jack Thompson the shoe men was here a few days ago Mr Geo R Miller returned from Louisville last week Judge T A Murrell is visiting his brothers in Iowa Mr W B Lyon Campbellsvie was here a few days ago i Mr J n Judd and wife returned from Lebanon last Friday Dr O A Cox of Stanford spent last Sunday Iu Columbia Mr MO Willis Cave City is vlsI lUng his mother this city 1 Mr C M Hobson Campbellsville was here the first of the week j Mr A Hunn has been quite sick I since bill return from the South Messrs John Lee Walker and Ray Conover spent last Sunday at Nell 1 Mr s A McKay of Crtmpbellsvllle < is visiting her parents In Columbia Mrs JS W Reed and her son Rob eriwere in Louisville a few days ago Miss Vfamie Baker returned from a S visttto...

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. — 25 November 1903

Tit 1 T OBITUARY Died near Kowena + Nov 2d 190J Mrs Nancy J o > w9 wife of B P Rowe and the oldest daugh ter of Preston and Prudence Wil 41liens She had reuohed net sev entyfirst year but had been an invalid for 48 years but she bore b her sickness with so much patience she was never heard to complain She had been a consistent mem ber of the Christian Church since early life Her many Christian acts will long be remembered for she was always BO good to the poor and needythey never came to her home without leaving more cheerful than they entered and the many Christian examples she poset fowith She was a loving mother grand mother and neighbor To know t herwas to love her Although she was not conscience before her death we know she was willing and ready to die and fully pre pared to meet her Savior face to face Her life was as pnra as the drifted snow She loved her home her country and her Savior Her life is ended her life of gifts and helps will long be remembered She has gone to r...

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. — 2 December 1903

4 THE ADAm COUNTY NEWS votUME7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DBH 1 3 ER 2 1903 NUMBER 3 POST OFlIOEDftEOTORY J M RUSSELL POSTMAST B T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER tO CiJ hours week days 1001 m to 9Opm COURT nffiEUTORY yearThird I CUo0iTCooTThree sesiloni a ndaylnjanuiry third Monday in M y and third Monday In September e JlrcuUJadgeWW Jones AttorncyNH W Aaron ommoawoalth I heriffP W Miller Circuit Clerli JB Oofley donsTr ConmtPiwt Monday in each mont jJndRo T AMnrrell > Vcountv AttorneyJaBGa roett Jr ont r a i J UerJ K PCocovur Assessor II W Burton Surrejor RTMcCaffree J icUoodapt WlD Jones nrUl1lro M Buscll lire OouMKcKuiarcourt econd Monday IB Irb wontn J udRt T C Davidson Attjrney Gordon MontROiarj Mar halG T Flowers CHURCH DIKEOTOKY PUE5BTTER1AN W C Clements Ire LI xK7HWVirLSTRaTRev la tJerv1e8a rcm J < fourth Hood SUI1IychOOItII a 111 CYCt Irttch alonLb abblith Pret CleUuc iery WedDeadA night MKTHOUIST je1rsSVlLLI4HT5WRrT F HIljaisI nnl y3ln eact month MUH tkCICI la...

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. — 2 December 1903

I 7nl 0 1k i 1 I rfc l flt I = tea fcverv if H1 af i tC V iiAt r a Vun JtA J fW O I Z CUdUR4 tFn = = = = ° Cfl IfMMII kditor c z toll iLter tI t dC U 11 ll C lltt e b uIIrbh ana large 110 0 dettN4 Al + eat ouBtl Xnllft rro11abt + PototLcenreooad oil 1t4hlt s WETNESDAY 2 1903 We are informed that a report has been circulated in part of the country that the LlndseyWilaou Soho 1 will not open in January Inji6icntt the institution and for the h maftfc of all who contem plate entering this great school we are authorized by the foreman in clrge of the work to state that oa or before the 25th of De cember thiJ college hrildiug and L floroutory will he complete in all r of their part + 1it th keyu turned over t tho building committee An extra force of workmen has been mp1oyod Mid night BB well as day ua d No one need fear its coniplotion UOf make other ar rang atants tbl > to pulcr the first of January A corps of teacher are b u g elw5td with utmost care us to tobir proficiency n knowled...

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. — 2 December 1903

P 59N At MENTION airs Allen Pile Is visiting in Oraby vllleHr Hr W B Lynn Campbellivllle was b rc last Friday I Mr Jo Coffey Jr was ia Campbells vllle lat Sunday I Mr J F Patteson came down from Jamestown Sunday afternoon Miss Dora Klanalrd Bed Lick vis I ited bere ever H dillS pt last week 1 1 Mr Brnc EptKrson Clerk tn Fi > t National B uk wl1IliI LirtilsviSe last week weekProf Prof Fred M bchidier II In tflvn fur i a few duy tor ibuptirpse tif tutiitu pianos t pianosDr L Taylor and MisH arthaI HaneocK returned from Bicbiuusid r lut Saturday Mr N M Tutt wiJ leave Friday ii an exieudrd trip to Fiiirlua aid ntu r I Southern StatesI MlfIesFannle Brders and Florence L Collins of CampbelJsviil ur vislMnu t 1 Miss Ber tie Baroea Messrs Geo Fiuwer aid Bruce f Montgomery attended servtccs at Gradyvllle last Sunday Mr Joan R ale of Br ed lIol Itt of our Btauncb supporters wa < in usi Satorday and iff I a dollari Mr B T Marshall wbo travels mr a wholesale saddlery bous was here a I few...

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. — 2 December 1903

1 JM aSAW REAiL1vEt lAlatrSt i Tho Man WaoThna ut lit 3J lcirir UtiWttArr L t anT rl3 t J JP Un afire loj Jmu tn I Usai Jmut IC nan Enllkts m 1 Uti f r5it with the red BOM io a > v ec IllNslor r tlrinner 1hfncocrat ir ortcrtrtnd71 I a lrsuoi1u deltiotiIanCYcit1iei i I The Quakes I were gcuuiuc Thieyif were very much alive could grtvl Jdid crawl ian < Uhe > hint cy eF L r fangs and forked Jougucs ndjUWnp 1 < other things which go with Awell made and complete niemberof tji f I had ono outon reptilian species gone Pfriends > a fishing trip with sonic friends u P in J Arkansas and we were quartered in a tent on one of the best lakes in the a southeastern section of the state If I was during the hot season l never t eow ps many snakes in all my 1 ife os we found around that lakeand they were t31t sires shapes dnd colors The heat wasp tense 1r it was during a revere drouth of 18J 1 1 that al the fpakes in that section i gathered onmndihiJakp 1 in aneffort v no doubt to keep...

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. — 9 December 1903

t t 0 ii 1 0YC YC 11 l 71 T 1w Z ct > c HWADMRCOUNTY NEWS rU V2l1iN f r COLUMBIA AUAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DEOEMBER 9 1903 NUMBER 4 POST OF1IEDIREOTOBY J ussEt OSTMATER IIiT i Axxp DUTY OSTASTER Office hours week days 7OOa m to 830 pm COURT D1REf O Yl8 CiuonirCoDRT Three sessions a year Third iJtfdajOnJanuary third Monday in May and third Monday In September Jircuit Judge W VV Jones ommonwoalth sAttornuy NH W Aaron J5henftF W Mllfer U1rCildO1trs JrtYf1 r c fJ J VI 1 It it J JonurrCooBT Kirai ilonyTn each moat b Judge T AUhrrell vouuty AttorneyJsaGuenettJrr U IancrJKPCouaver I Asso8or K W Unrton i rveyorR T McOaUree ctiool nptW D Jones erUneCrG MynLLat1 w u ml C ± tiroday I rv OOUBT Regumrcourt second Mondftj ID IJ Judge TC Davidson Att > rnuy Gordon Montgomry MEhl = GTFlower8b t CilUKOH DIRECTORY X PRESBYTERIAN BCUKBVILLB STUBIT Rev W C Clements pastor Services necund and fourth Bnndvi la each month SnnUityichool at 9 Qm ereiy r1 tabbath Prayer meeting avery Wedneida nig...

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. — 9 December 1903

a f r Y I I i TIm ADAnf COUNTY NiSI r iJuUlisheG Every Wednesday 1 7 BYrUE 4c1air ourityN ens o a INCORPORATED CRAM 8 BAXUtXB Editor Dtmoctm c ewip apr detottfi to the Inter t e u of the cltv of Columbia ana the people 0 Adulr ndadj cent comities r HnUred auheOolumbU Pottofflceaaaecoi bias mall mirr WEDNESDAY 91903r 0 It is not our purpose to over draw or too flatteringly speak ol the possibilities and probabihtie of the future of Columbia and Adair county and if the following reaches beyond the limits warrant ed by present tendencies and as surances it may be charged to GUI inability to dwell in the shadow pt the dark side of the question and our fondness to bask in tbt sunlight of hope enterprise and progress in all the walks of life For fifteen years we have mad our home in this vicinity for fif teen yearn we have closely watch ed the m yementa of our town ano 1conttt aid it is the events of thin period f which we desire to cat attention Those familiar wit t conditions then will ...

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. — 9 December 1903

t PERSONAL MENTION cr Mr Flnley Shack of Lebanon is In town MM Stub Walker Svil was In town last week Mrs J H Judd returned toLeban SaturdayMr Mr J S Stapp was in Columbia Monday and Tuesday Mr J D Sharp of AmanddVille was In town MODday Mr J D Sharp of Amandavllle wag In town Mondyy Mr G W Coffey Montpelier was hera county court day Mr B L Campbell of Breeding was In Columbia Saturday Mr Sam Wheat Montpeller has been quite sick for several daps Mr Newton Wllcoxln father of Mrs W B Myers Is visiting in Columbia Mr J McScott one of the editors of the Spectotor Is spending a few weeks In Texas TexasMr Mr L B Chelf one of the leading merchants of Knlfley was in town Tuesday Rev S A McKay and wife return ed to their home in Campbellsville last week Mr Hiram Irwin of Creelsboro was in Columbia last Sunday enroute to Louisville Mr John A Mitchell and nCharlf8 of Green county visited In Columbia last Sunday Mr A Loy was in town Monday and expressed great Joy over the recent election of the...

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. — 9 December 1903

JLRRTBD AFTER YRHS I Ana > AJKof hrtYli > l XJTi a I u jy Uib c > < o lu U Cumberland county that would in all probability j y bare forever remained a secret had 1C I 1tInot been for the busy politician Tweet Y eight years ago WittBrake j was sentenced in the Clay County to term of I Court at Sellaa Tenn a 11Een years In the penitentiary for criminal assault Six months later be mace his escape and went to the State of Missouri Later be was recaptur ed and again he escaped He went to Indiana and married His wife died and be came to Kentucky Eleven years ago he located near Marrowbone Cumberland county where be married sue In and has lived ever since his neighbors never suspecting that be j was an escaped convict The place v here he decided to stay the remain der of his days is not over fifteen miles from the Tennessee line nor over twenty five miles from the scene of his crime i It somehow leaked out that Brake had served a term In the penitentiary al Nashville and In ord...

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. — 16 December 1903

L WziVA > Y V < THE AD AIR r COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER x6 J 1903 NUMBER 5 DOST OFJ10EDffiEOTORY POSTOFHOEDBEOTORYJ J M RUSSELL PQ3TMA8TEB HT SABER DEPUTY POSTMASTER Office bout week days 700u m to 830 p m COURT DIRECTOR I 01 KOttiT COURT Three session a year Tblrd taadajr In Jaaniry third Monday In Mayaad j f klrdlf 8d y IB September I Jlrcult Judje W W Jones ostaoawealth s Attorney N H W Aaron I 8heritFPW Miller Olrcalt Olerii JBOoaeyn OOOJTTT OOUM Pint Monday In each moot JmdgeTi AMnmU 1 Couaty AttorneyJSEOtaettJrk Oinrk T B Stoke I Jailer J K P Conprer AstftBsor B W Burton coIurveyorR School Bapt WD Jane 1 coronerO M BusaeU J IITT OOOBT Benlaroourt second Monday lo I r eacbmonth j itJgdger Attorney Gordon Mont omry xrhaI4I l P1owerllt CHURCH DIRECTORY tJ FftMBYTBUAtt 8 aQfZVrLLP1 8TilTReT W c Clemeni CMtor Scrrictl second and fourth 8nnd y in each month Bnndayaehool at9 a m eat y IJ Sabbath Prayer meting every Wedneidaj hsight si...

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. — 16 December 1903

P tT tT w I T 1JlliG 1t 4 litl f < l l 1t 11w t UlRr astaxt l = = C73 tar Etatt7t w 4I C73e e t t I JC CtlUBJ r 1 eats ktht 4fjipvFQotambir sat vie ueople o Mtatraadsllacecoouaties L Entered at the 001 11 bit PoitoBlceaasecoml a cIBaonaU matter WEDNESDAY 16 1003 John D Rockefellers immeuf accnnjuldtionrt gained through business combinations that co loots from every body has subject od him to the wrath and censure of many who are collecting the pennies and holding them witi equally avaricious inclinations The only difference Mr Rockefe I ler does his country whiln the tth or tallow hits only his community John D collects from stranger the others extract from his friends Rockefeller is a manipulator whoa wholesale business gets a part oi the rich mane wealth and a por tion of the poor mans earnings and we believe it a duty of oui government to mark the limits tfl combinations that monopolize tt the hurt of the great comrnor people Again the othr fellow the man who lives in a town c...

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. — 16 December 1903

I w t < 7 0 r tc c 1 tv Wear IicceiviiifflhisvWeek vriVi another Large Stock of Christ v tin as Good W < have got the articles you want come and i ill get j them f q thRIJSSELL MUEEELL I n n I PERSONAL MENTION t MrsL B Hurt is again confined to her room Mr Frank Hill is In Louisville this week on business s i Hon Finley Shuck of Lebanon w Ii in Jamestown last week v jMr JHJudd and wife returned t t from Lebanon last Saturday 4 MrJ D Loweleft Monday morning fur Monticello and Albany fMr S G Banus Cane Valley was 1 i In Columbia last Monday Hiss Battle Young visited relatives at Fair Play several days of last week Mr WH Walker who s In his 831 year < has been v ry sick for a few days Mr J F Montgomery and Mr Rol e lin Burt were in Jamestown last week on legal busiuess 1 Dr C S Grady who accidentally 1 shot himself in tbeIell two weeks ago j is getting along very nicely Mia Hattie Lewis who ban been I j visiting in Louisville several weeks 1 V returned home last Wednesday a 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. — 16 December 1903

rrS1rifiT OYf1L ilIENIUIFNT r 1i rissore urlur lgtae Ir a M itt alvtaabliity of au act beta e pfgfty tbe Legislature lu conform d ty i4ii th oonsUtutUnal amendment 7 aflptkd at tbe recent election This a discussion prows out of the fact that such a small per cent voted on this a proposition and that the result does not a really express the will of the people Out of the 439000 votes cast in the election only 60000 or less than one Asevluth of those voting expressed themselves on thIs question by tb ballot and about onetbird of thus ware in the city of Louisville A very large majority of tbe uon voters oi tbe amendment labored under the 1m presstoh that i f tbey did not vote they were counted against it aDd it is cer tainly true that of the 375000 who dll not vote on this proposition had thee been required to vote would have ct M their ballot against it The measure as adopted by tbe very small part ol those taking part in tbe election dots not express the will of tbe State and resubmi...

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. — 23 December 1903

j 1 J < T s ii 4 + to 1 C u r 1ilit + 8 afB G1 t v RwR 11 il Uu ilitA Hwr > Eths o T H E 3 D9ii2 = dJ i j III t TU n VOtUM 7 UOLUMBIA AUAIJR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 19US l b f 1 O 8Vt1jtr 6iiF tdr < > POST OFHOEDIBEOTOEY Y J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER 11 T BAKKBj DEPUTY POSTMASTER office Soars week d yi790 a a to fetf pa COURT DIRECTOR OUouixOocM Three seailoBi a y r Third jtndty in January third Monday In May and thIrd Monday in September Jircult Judge W WJonea ommonwealtn e Attorney NH W Aaron Sheriff P W Miller Olrcuit Cleric JBOoftey f e ft r ri OonatT tooBT Fim alomdayia eacWmomU JndgoT A Murrell 0 J County Attorney Jaia rnettJr Oteft 7 R dtat1A Jailer J K Pi Conover Asaesspr BiW Burton iurreyor R T McOaffree School BuptW D Jooei OoronerO M Yuaen T w IITY OovalRoplarcou ueoall Mn4a I ecb monthy i ti judpeT 0 Datldion s r J Attorney Gordon Monttomrj MarabalOTFlowen Kn rr rU L UHUKCH DIKKCTOBT PZBBBVTBR1AN BoBKaTiu aTWrr WC Clemens pastor Sciiici wand ADd four...

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. — 23 December 1903

e i j v TiTAoA1R COUNTY NEWS a ished Eviry Wednesday Ts BY rUE I dair Bounty News Go I KIMCORPORATED CKA8 8 HARRIS Editor Demociatc newspaper devoted to thetntnr eats of the city of OolombU and the peod Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Cohlmbla Potolloeaas8cODC 01a8a1l1111 matter V WEDNESDAY 23 1903 Next Friday will be Christmas the recognized anniversary of thf birth cf our Savior throughout Christendom In its celebratior many irregularities and inconsist encies will be indulged by parties who overlook the importantanc of the event its celebration should commemorate We are told h > Biblical history that Christ wa > born 1003 years ago and that th wise men journeyed to Bethlehem to see the infant Christ whose mis sion had been revealed to them by Jahova that they gave gifts and rprit9 to the redeemer of mankind Whf6 a wonderfa1eventl What Ii trenndous influence it has had ou Yae many nations of earth and how precious should its celebration be I jo that part of the wo...

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. — 23 December 1903

l 11 lY We Ire Receiving v hisvweek tl i all I tli er Large Stock of Christ a vi 1 f mas Goods W e > have J1 got tiie articles < you want come and t get them y 1 RUSSELL MURRELL r f t J < ii Cl ristniasPrlC s Customers f 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 cash 12 Pounds Good S Green Coffee 1 00 cash 6 14 cent a pound stick candy 5 cent per pound I Igood good mixed candy 10 cents for 3 pound folks tomatosr n r i W L WALKER E PERSONAL MENTION Mrs L B Hurt is seriously ill Mrs 8 D Barbee baa been quite lick for several days Miss Uettlp Barbee is visiting refs fives In Campbellsvllle Mr T L Upton of Sbreveport La is spending the holidays in Adair 80 Peaick of Camp Knox was in Columbia last Monday Mrs J W flu tier as been in a crlv ifal condition for several days Mr W H Walker who was repor ed galte ill last Week has IOmewht Improved Mr Tim Cravens who isinochoi at Buwllog Green is at borne for the holidaysAttorneys Attorneys Jas Garaott Jruti G P Smytbe are In Cumberland count taki...

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