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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 23 December 1903

t I PLLL Y TON r A V t < totb l I T i 1 + 1tJoJ 12 a B I I W J h IL t i1 > flick for the phBb Wwek vi 0 t 0 Pelley and JV ARabarti c IJ wore visiting at Kidds store Sat 1 urday i Joe Thomas will g o to St Louis C in about ten days He says ho I wants to got there in time to ba hi the Worlds Fair JF Pelley sold a horn to W rI Wilkerson of Casey county for 70 tfor70A A bridge is badly needed at Neatsville A Bubaoriptiou should be raised and the matter Buitmo ted to the Fiscal court Hog cholera has about played out in this neighborhood The protracted meeting which was conducted by Revs BowIEs and Robt Johnston closed TUPS day night There were ten pr w fessions and the church greatly re vived rtl JOPPA L B Willis who has been i teaching iohool at Edith has re r t Fed home t tnrnedhomeA A 0 Young bought of J P WEhs u hire lot of poplar trees at 6 00 around The wheat crop in this section looks like it might be a perfect failure Corn i8 selling at 2 00 Mrs Elizabeth Troutman on of our...

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. — 30 December 1903

r J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS z VOLUME 7 COLUMBIA AUAIE OOOTNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 1903 NUMBER 7 POST OFHOEDIREOTORY J U RUSSELL POSTMASTER HT BAKER DEPUTY POSTSIA8TEB Offlctt hours week days 7e0a m to tie pm COURT DIRECTORY CiacDiTContLT Three sexsiont a year Third rtjnday tnjanuary third Monday tn May and third Monday In BeptcmW Olrcuu Judge II O Baker Commonwealth a Attorney A A Huddlestoi BhenffP W Miller Circuit Cleric J fNat Oocarr OOUBT Firav Monday tn each motL JndKe T A MurrelL County Attorney JaaQi rnett Jr Oli ar a Stalls Jailor J K P COnover Assessor K W Barton iurveyor McOaSree School nptW D Jones Coroner O M Bu sell t second Monday in ITT OOUBT Repiiarcourt each month Judgo T C Davidson Attorney Gordon Montgomry Marshal O T Flowers MarshalOTFlowersCHURCH CHURCH DIRECTORS PRESBYTERIAN BcmiBviLLBSTMHT Rev VV C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth mn a la each month Sunanychoolatfla m ereiy iabbath Prater meeting every Wedneidai night quI MBTHOUIBT I BORKSVIL...

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. — 30 December 1903

S THRAHAlli COOMK flfilf R Published Every Wednesdayi BY THE 1sir ounty News o IINCODPOR TED CDA8 8 HAILBItl Editor do7otejto the Inter Demo xc c newspaper eU of the city of Columbia and the people o adair and adjacent counties Rntered at the Oolambl roitofflceasseoond clatielnaU mutter WEDNESDAY 30 1903 VA are buying new machinery type and every thing necessary to pot up a firstslas3 offio The out fit will ueceaeitato tho expenditure of two thonaand dollars We need every rent due the office for job work and subscriptions to the paper and we trust that all persons knowing themselves indebted will j respond promptly It is to your interest a9 well as ours to have a first class printing office in South era Kentucky A recent decision of the Court of Appeals in regard to electric railways in this State clears the field for active and immediate building of electric lines on a large scale It places such invest ments on the same footing accord r ed to steam lines j opens the most inviting f...

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. — 30 December 1903

r I t tfEWti NOTBfi A successful test ot a flying machlno was made near Kitty Hawk N C Frederick II Coudert a noted New York lawyer Is dead In Washington Gold Is alleged to have been discov ered on a farm near Men mlmee Wis WJ Bryan hopes to have an audl once with the Czar atSt Petersburg In a fight between buplars and po licemen In Hoston ono or the iHiMce men was killed The Ice gorge In the Ohio nvtr a Ashland Kyf broke The orgs near Wheeling are disintegrating and a general breakup is threatened A ninedollar a week clerk in Chica go succeeded in defrauding his employ ers out of between 12000 and 15000 He said he needld the money Poker playing is given as the cause of the thefts committed by a student of Brown University who has confess i ed to immeruus crimes of bat ch1rac 7 ter terCentral Central Tennessee College for yopng Negro women burned at Nashville Five students were killed in their ef forts to escape and 31 others were badly Injured y QA Chicago woman who was married Bit...

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. — 30 December 1903

f I I PERSONAL MENTION Mr GooSc mas at home Miss Lorena Pile is visiting relatives in Logan county Mr H H Collins Campbellsvllle was here Sunday Mr Basil Chapman Glenville was in town Saturday Mr Frank Hill will leave on an ex tended trip tomorrow Mr C A Terhnme BradfurdfcVilK was here a few days ago Miss Halite Rndvers of Gresbam is i visiting Miss Myrtle Myers Mr Paul Azbill of Indianapolis la Visiting his parents in Columbia Mr J OMcCHsterCiunj Texan Is visiting his relatives in this county Mr and Mrs Rohr H Pelce are visiting relatives at Parkvili Ky Mr E V Miller of Crocus visited his sister Mrs H N Miller Friday Mr Andrew Nichols of Smitbland was bere on business the first of the week Mr J 0 Bussell Jr of Louisville reached Columbia the 23d for the bo idays Mrs Jo Bussell Louisville in vial y tag her son Dr C M Russell and family Miss Pearl Hindman of Gradyvllle is spending dew days with friend in Columbia Mr Geo Rosenfield of Louisville is spending a few days with his parents...

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. — 6 January 1904

I I 1 THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 7 COLUMBIA AJJAIH UOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 61904 IJ II I Z J VaT OFFICE DIRECTORY J 51 RUSSELL POSTMASTER HT BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER Office hours week days 700a m to SjO p m COURT DIRECTORY CIICBIT COURT Three sessions a year Tfclrd i nday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Jircuit JudgeU C Baker Commonwealth sAttorneyAA Huddlestoo SheriffF W Miller Circuit Clerk J FNeat OOCHTY COURT Firat Monday In each month Judfce T AMurrell County Attorney J aatnett Jr O1drzT R ilIt1 Jailer J K P Conover Assessor E W Burton BurvoyorR T McOaffreo School SuptW D Jones Coroner O M Ruxsell > second Monday in CITY COUBT Regularcouit each month Judge T O Davidson AttorneyGordon Montgomry MarsbalG T Flowers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURg9TILLHSTa5ET Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth B v In each month Bund y choolat9 a m every Wcdnesdaj Sabbath Prayer meeting every night t METHODIST BOBXSVIZSB EBTRef F U Icwis p...

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. — 6 January 1904

c TH ii ntTIl utltl lQ IJil c t n1i Published Ever Wedne ftay BYtJHB w 4ai el Ws gO 1 1f iKCt1IiPS11 LATCtiD f CHAI rs HAUKJB Editor i aor devoted to the inter Damootc c newapaOor Columbia and the teop > o nuts oftbecltvofOolumbla Adair nd adjacent coontie Entered at the OolumbU PoitofflceaBsecond alasmail matter WEDNESDAY 6 1904 This the first issue of 1904 we feel that it is our privilege as well as our custom to extend greeting to the many readers of the New and to notify them of our appre ciation of their patronage iu ev ery department in our line of work Beginning a little over six years ago with no business and without experience in the newspa per world we have succeeded in building a subscription list of 2000 and our job department hBF been moving np all the time As to Jur advertising the paper shows for itself We desire to thank the many who read and pay for the paper We highly appreciate the patronage of those who seek its columns in advertising and to the many who give ...

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. — 6 January 1904

r w t PERSONAL MENTION r Rev G P Dillon Tomplnsville was here at the opening Mr Jo Russell Jr left for Louis vile Friday morning Mr J B C + ffev was in Lincoln coun ty last week buying horses Mr W T Price returned from Leb anon last Wednesday night Mr Helstan Duobar of Caseys Creek was in town Mondayf Mr E G Atkins returned from Louisville last Friday night Mr R P Breeding and Mr G W f Dillon were in town Monday Rev S A McKay of Campbellville joined his wife here Monday Mr Luther McFarland of Rowena brought over four pupils Friday Judge W W Jones and Mr R F Paull were la Jamestown Friday Mrs E W Barnett and Miss Jennie Garnett returned to Jelllco Monday Mrs S A McKay Carapbellsvllle was here at the opening of the school Mr Geo H Gowdy of Carnpbells ville was here the first day of Januarys Rv > v E S Moore nf the Rowen rlr cult was here at the opeilng of the school Mr H n McBeath of Wayne coun cnnmr ty was here at the formal opening of the school Mrs Geo Fletcher and her little da...

Publication Title: Adair County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Adair County news. — 6 January 1904

ACCIDESTJt Liss MuudaJ wratur at bout 6 U 1w ahiie fjur ftedttlr atUCJ Dr W K Turner arse t our + ery best citlzntl metwlb an IICC1rcn whtch caused hit db Tut 1io nvht st 11 occO k I s rue hal i ii ctetClr bad climhNI upa h s o aha sIf to tbrol new to r LaSoeka ten i hen fell through In npemol and In the fall which was about eight or nine feet his h ad struck sumo bard Fur F tl1oc sulUctn n fray turl the skull His wH afLtr be had been absent something like 3n hour left in search or him and found him standing up In the stable apparently quite Ill and she asked him it he was Stick aDd be replied noItS we arc Infurmed Mrs Tuftier suwmucd aid and the doctor wa carried 10 tbi house Lester durieb tiro dsy medico assist ance was sumwoned and after a rare Jul investigatiu9 It was fouud that blh skulwas fractured and that his cbance > fur rec1very were exceedingly doubtful but ho 6urvlvcd until the hour mentioned above although he never regained consciousness The funeral services were hel...

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. — 13 January 1904

tf THE AD AM COUNTY NEWS V 0LUB2E 7 OOLUMBIA ADAIR OOHNTI KENTUOKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13 1904 NUMBER 9 POST OFFICE DIREOTORY J1I BU8SELL POSTMASTER HT BAKER DEPUTY POSTHASTBJLY Office hours week days 700 a m to 9 ye p mt c COURT DIBECTOBX fJ OUcnnrOonfcT Three se ilont a y arn1rd rfnd y In January third Monday In May asa a third Monday In September of Jlrcult Judge HC BakerIn in C mmonwealtb AttornoyAA Hnddlwton bl SheriffF W MUierh Circuit Olerlt J < Neat J OOUBTT COOM First Monday In eaonaentk D JudgeT A MurrelU e County Attorney JaiOttnettJr r ta T R 1lt1t SIJ r jallerJK PConorer fa A ies or B W Burton in 3nrrayor R T McOaffree School SnptW D JonelII OoronerO M Bu < ell d ItT OoTOTRepUarcourt aocona Monday la of each month JudeeT O Davidson in HontlomrJtl Attorney Cordon Montgomry HarahalGTF1owersQ CHURCH DIRECTORY so b PJlE88YTBRIANI BnHMTiiiB TMTReT W C lellltaCi pMtor Services second rnd fourth 8na4rs b In each month Bnnd y ohoolat9 a nlll abbatb Prayer meeting very Wednw...

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. — 13 January 1904

R THH AllAIR COUNrY NH 11 Published Every Wednesday BY THE 4dair ounty News o e IINCORPORATED CHAR 8 DARKl8 Editor dM DemOCnSL 0 newlpaper devoted to tbetnter cite of the city or Columbia and the people 0 Adair and adjacent counties JCntered at the Columbia POlotllceauecond lasamal1 matter WEDNESDAY 13 1904 ExGov John Young Brown died last Monday morning at hill late home in Henderson Ken tucky Smallpox in Hart county pr vented the holding of circuit eonrt eonrtd which was to have comroencpo last Monday Miss Ruth Cleveland the uldb daughter of exPresident Grover Cleveland died at Princeton N Jlast week A new National Bank will OpAl at Middlesboro with a capital 01 50000 R C Ford will bH tho President and W O Steel cashier According to Chief JustIce Ful ler citizens of Porto Rico are not aluUJs and that they are entitled to enter this country without ob strnotionJim Jim Howurds case was argurtd before the Court of Appeals last r week and submitted The Caleb Powers case will be argure...

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. — 13 January 1904

PERSONAL MENTION Hr red Hferl il on the sick list Mr J H Goff Burksv11le was here Saturday Mr Rotlln Hurt was in Burksme last Sundaj W O Williams of Stanford was here Friday Mr i O McClIster has returned to Krum Texas Mr Leslie Powell was quite sick the first of the week Mr Conrad Strange was In Barks villa last Monday 1 Mr George McLean was In Camp bellsvfl1e Sunday Mr Sam Lewlsreturned tram Louts vUle last ThursdayS I S W Stanton otRaMen Springs 1 was here one day last week C C Hayes and V P 0lIIn8 Louis yUle were here last week Mr RL Tucker of Owensboro was In Columbla last week Lure Akin and J H Cht wotBursI YUle were In town one day last week Mr J P Beard and wife visited relatives Cane Valley last Sunday Hr Lee Smith of BurkRvllle pent several aaya of last week In Columbia I Mr Jas Garnett Jr attended tbe Taylor circUit court a few days of last week Mr Ed Coffey ot Rollinghurg visa t ed relatives In ColumbIa last Tbur j dayMiss I Miss Vlrgie McLean Is visiting rpla tines and f...

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. — 13 January 1904

INROAD Mrs Hl tt Sp ijcrr of Ureeloburo IH visi iiur fire tufhor Mr J mtihai Ira 6r tins w < eK Mr John Melsun tjurtst ills hove onMelson Ridge lablSuucluy night of pulmonary trouble Born to the wife of Mr Attes Mor gan a 12pound democrat Kitiva Cittle atii Zel Amatrong Yhttd tihrpsllryr at WojtSOie l v o r VU Ed Powwii sold his farm ou Orrods Fort last week to Mr Rnh + Rene for 82000 00 Mr E oier Wl H WK ii Crociij last Filthy In tuelutere Lotnlsschoo1 at Glcusfork which began on the 4th MIAMI Capt W E Cab ll of MJrtdlesboro spent a few days with hi mo aer dur ing Cnristmas Archie Durham and sister Mis Vivian are visiting their stt > r Mrs J P Strader at Harroduburg Mr J G Rodgers and family art rviHlru friends and relatives at Lile to + I Mn W W Cornelison wiui hii bueu sick forMjuie time is KM ugn be improving improvingSeveral Several members of Ed Haudf family ire down with smi p x T quit 11t n w a Ud f dd J lH U L 1of Biulib Nell passed tDmugb uen one day Just week with a...

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. — 20 January 1904

THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VOLUME Z OOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1904 NUMBER 10 POST OFJIOE DffiEOTORY J lL RUSSELL POSTMASTER HT RARER DEPUTY POSTMASTER omce hour week da8ooa mto VJO Pm COURT DIRECTORY CIIOUITCOUITTbtetl BeliloD a ear = anrid 1ndaylnJanuary third 14ondaylnXay all4 third Monday In September JlrouitJudieU C Baker Commonwealth AttorneyA A BuddlcatO SherifrF W Miller Circuit Clerk JFNoat OOUNTY eouaTPlnt Motdsyin each month JudXeT AMurrell County AttorneyJaGnneUJr O1lTkT a Stults Jailer J K P Conover AseSIOrn W Burton surveyorRTMcOaffree surveyorRTMcOaffreeichool ichooI8uptW D Jane Oorollero M eU hTT OouaTRecularoourt second Monday to each month JudgeT O Davidson AItlfIIG0r40D Montltomr Marab1G T Flowers CHURCH DIRECTORY PJiESHYTBJiIAN 4UIUaVILLJl6nIlJlTJin W C Clemens fourth Sunday astor Service eoon4 and to each month BundaysahoolstUal m every abbath prayer meetlng every Wednesday night D4BTJlODIBT lJuaJtaVlLLJlSraJlUlleT F B Lewis pas tor Services ...

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. — 20 January 1904

TlluiI Published Every Wednesday BY THE dair ounty hews o S mil lNCOKPOKATED CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor Democ C Dewpaper devoted to the inte r en of the city orOolumbta and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PotolllceallRecond elaatIltU matter WEDNESDAY 20 1904 What a beautiful sentiment was that expressed by Gen John B Gordon shortly before death claim ed him I have about lived out my usefulness served my coun try both in war and peace to the best of my ability I have both suffered and enjoyed the hard ships and comforts of this world I have reared a family for whOm I have given the best of my life and now I feel in my heart tbat there is not much left for me to do I am wholly selfish when I say that the dearest thing that life holds out to me IS the confi dence and esteem in which I am held by those who know mA best I may also express my gratitudf I that I have been permitted to live to see the ragged wounds of war completely healed by the balm of peace To ...

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. — 20 January 1904

PERSONAL MENTION Mr B A Corbin Watson was here Monday Mr Bryan Miller Crocus was In this city Monday Mr W L Brockman Glensfork was here Monday Mr E E Chapman Bakerton was here Monday Mr Henry N Miller was In Louis yUle a few days ago yuleMr MrW I In ram Kniily was here the first of the week Mr J 0 Webb Russell Spring was here at the opening of court Mr JH Judd and wife returned from Lebanon Saturday night Mr Strong Hill the traveling man was In Columbia last Saturday MeBsrs J F and C B Cabell of Miami were here last Monday Mr G W Redman Campbellsvllle spent a day or two here last week Mr R F Paull and wife returned from a visit to Burksville last week Messrs J J Hunter and W M Wil more were upon the square Monday Mr E L Feese and Mr J M Camp bell were here at the upeningof court Mr W A Conk Esto Russell coun ty was in town at the opening of court Hon W F Neat was mixing with the yoemanry here the first of the week Mr T F Tut man and Mr S G Banks represented Cane Valley Mon day Messr...

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. — 20 January 1904

t r QEXERAL ViFtf it ttiai + aut tr b mse Auierl p can treaty Iiitic beo xuuaugrd In Washington WashingtonThe The National Democratic Conven tlon will Be held in St Louis on July 6 As the result of the decision to hold the Democratic convention In St Louis W R Hearst has made arrang ments to start a paper there One of the survivors ol the illfated steamship Clallam states that the cap tarn was to blame for the loss of life In refusing to transfer passengers from the sinking ship to a tug According to statistics gathered at Cornell the men students work harder than the women The body of the late Gen Gordon lies in state in the Georgia capitol in Atlanta Col Charles Denby former minister to China died suddenly in Rochester N Y YThe The heirs of the late Dr Francis a Tumblety one of the unique charac ters of the civil war are suing for the settlement of the estate Evidence to be used against tbe per sons held in connection with the Iro quois disaster has been gathered by by Chicago det...

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. — 27 January 1904

f I < THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 7 GOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY K ENTUOKY WEDNESiJAY JANUARY 271904 NUMBER II 1U OST OFI t ICE DIRECTORY k J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER II T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER Office boars week daysZOOa m to g30 pm COURT DIRECTORY Ci1CUlJCoultTThreo sessions a yearThird ndaytnJanuarythird Mcndayln May and third Monday In September JircultJndgeII C Baker CammonweatlhsAttornoyAA Huddleston SherhfF W Miller Oircuit Clerk J P Neat OOONTY OOt7aTP1rst IIfondayln each month JudgeT AMurrell County AUorncyJasGnnettJr OoirlT It 9wlts JailcrJ K P COnover AssessorE W Burton lurvoyorR T McO1ffree chool SuptW D Jones i OoronerO MRu sell JITY oouDTRegularcourt second Monday In each month JudgeT C Davidson AttornerGordon rlontKomry MarsbaO T Flowers 1 CUURCll DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BOIIKSVILLUSTJIoBETRev W C Clemens oastor Services second and fourth Sundays In each month SundayschoolatSa 111 every Wednesday abbath Prayer meeting very night METHODIST UOKtVILLD ST GKTRev F Lewis pall tor...

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. — 27 January 1904

THR kBTP l hJ J Ji I tit VO 1 8 PUblished Every Wednesdayt II BY THE 1 4dair county News gO XNCOKPOUATRD t i CI1Alt toHARKI Editor I devoted to the tutee t Democ c ne wapapcr eats of the city rOo1umbla aDd the people 0 Adair and adjacent counhe I Entered at the Columbia lo totnceallsocond I clae mail matter WEDNESDAY 27 1904c John W Yerkee Commissioner 1 of Internal Revenue is now inI Kentucky putting ill his hest leeks for President Ko08f1vHltI Nine negroes were arrested and indicted at Hopkinsville for killing I an unknown man Four of them have been tried and given the death panalty Judge W W Jones of this place has signified a willingness to go to the Republican National Convention as a delegate from the Eleventh district He fAvors the nomination of Mr Roosevelt For foul murders Indiana takes the cake Miss Sarah Shaefer a high school teacher was found in a shed at Bedford last Friday morning indicating that she had been assaulted and murdered There is but little clue but eo re je...

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. — 27 January 1904

rr rL t t sorn6thin for th6 E60norni6 l to ThinK About and MaKino th6 DOllar T6ft Our January Clearance Sale of Remnants and Short end we have chPPed off the Profit and part of the cost Remnants Dress Flannels Woolen costI 100 Ladies and Childrens Union suit at 20 cents each 100 Ladies Vests at 12 cents each 50 Ladies cloaks 2 to 3 to close 100 Remnants gingham and shirting 100 Remnants outing cloth 4 to 7 t yard 50 Pair Womens half artic overshoes 2 2 to 4t sizes 25 cents pair 25 Plush capes large size 200 to 225 1100 Ladies tailor made dress skirts at cost too Pair mens heavy kersay pants all sizes Izes at 90 cents J r W1 M1 i 1 m1 11 11 11 I FEEA 3 1 1100 Duck coats mens heavy 75 etc I 50 Suits shhts and drawers fleeced lined I at 25 cents each Fifty pair mens heavy canton drawers at I I twentynine cents each I Twentyfive pair heavy blankets at cost I Fifty pair cotton blankets fifty seventy I fie and 90 cents per pair i Twentyfive comforts at cost to close I Fifty mens wool and ...

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