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THE ADAIR COUNTYfNEWS
PROPERLY gloved, the fin
ishing touch of a well dressed
man. And the Stetson name on
the clasp is the best assurance.
Stetson gloves of domestic and
imported fabrics, kids and leath
ers ofiar the proper glove for' ev
ery purpose and every occasion.
Not only the proper glove;
hut the best glove that money
can buy and the best part
of it all is that .Stetson gloves
are not high priced. f
There are Stetson gloves for
women and children as well
as for men. -
Russell h. Co.
.-.;; V, :-, ' t '
To Eat So Different
Bring Your Friends and
Sit Down and Rest.
Ladies are Especially
Mr. O. L. Goode, Campbellsville,
was her6, taking orders last Wednes
day. ' ' " v '
Mr. S T. Woods, Lebanon, who will
'do the painting at the new bank, .was
here a few days since.
Mr. Walter Whittle, Bard, Ky , was
here last Wednesday.! ;
Mrs. W. D. Jones and little pon,
Herschel, of Knoxvllle, arrived aihe
home of Mrs. Jones' father, Judge H.
C. Baker,.last week. They will re
main in Columbia sometime.
Mr. Nathan Allison, who is a stud
ent in the Kentucky Wesleyan, is at
home for the holidays.
Mr. E J. Kilpatrick, the poultry
man from Lexington, was in Colum
bia a few days ago.
Mr. "Vernon Franklin and family, of
Sewellton, were here last Thursday,
Mr. F. C. Walker, Somerset, was in.
Mr. Herbert Dohoney and his moth
er-were in Louisville a day or two last
Mr. Gus Dixon, San Antonio, Texas,
was at the Jeffries Hotel last Thursday.
Carl, a son of Mr. and Mrs. B O
Hurt, who has been very sick for
about two months, is nowshowiDjr
signs of Improvement.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sharp, of Louis
ville, arrived here last Friday, after
noon. They will spend the'holidays
here and at Jamestown.
f Mrs. a. D. Patteson, ' Danville, is
spending! the holidays with htr
daughter, Mrs. Ckelcle Bargef.
Mrs Lena Paull and her daughter,
Miss Marshall, are at homfor the.
Iiolldajil Mrs. Paul is matronin tar-
8on.New.man College, Jefferson 'CJtyi
Tenn , and Miss Marshall is istudenif
in same-? . .. w
IN EVERYTHING WE
CARRY IN STOCK,
If You Need An
Overcoat, Suit of Clothes or a Pair-
of Odd Pants, we can Please
You in Goods and
We also have a Nice Line of Men's arid Boy's
and Caps, that are up-to-date In
Style and Price.
- j,i ,
We;Carry A first-Class Line Of
Candies, bruits, Nuts,
Cigars" and Tobacco.
The Best Of Service Guaranteed.
W. R. Conover.
ADAIRCIECU1T COURT?. .
A Good Line of Mns Dress and Work Shirts.
We Have a Lot of Men's Old Time Yarn Socks We are Sell
ing 75c per Pair.
Coats and Coat Suits.
Ladies, see our Big Line of jCoats and Coat Suits, Sweaters,
Wooles and' Silk Hose, Etc., at Money
Saving Prices. A "
" Comforts and Bed Blankets. Z
J. B. Horton and wife, of Park-
ersville, West Va., arev visiting here.
Mrs. Horton ,was Miss Julia Miller.
Mr. Wm, Welch, a business man of
Eastern Kentucky, is visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. Albia Eubank, who
are engaged in Louisville, are at home
for the holidays.
Mrs Roil in Patton and wife, who
have been living in Knoxvllle, were
here this week.
Mrs. Nina Denver, of Louisville,
spent the first part of Christmas week
with her sister, Mrs, Lena Paull.
Prof. Edgar Royse, principle of "the
Boston. Ky., school, is at home this
Miss Susan MilleTwJo teaches-' in
Florida, is with her parents for the
MissNina Rickman. wno 'teaches
near Memphis, Tenn., reached home
Saturday to remain until the lirst of
Dr. O. P. Miller, who holds a gov
ernment position, located at Evans-
ville, Ind., is spending this week with
his home people.
Mr. Alvln Lyon aud wife went to
Campbellsville Saturday witn Mr
Lyon's father where they will spend
the remainder of the holidays.
Miss. Catherine Willis, who., teaches"
at Crab Orchard, is at home for
- V -
Misses Rhodes, Cowherd and San
ders, teachers at the -Lindsey- Wilson
county for the holi?a-"F. Prof. Crocket
who lives in theSouiti will spend
Mr. J. D. McFarland.of Jamestown
was here last Saturday.
Miss Pauline Allyne, who teaches at
Mt. Eden, is at home for the holidays
Miss Ethel Garnett, who.ls in school
at Williamsburg and Miss Opal Gar
nett,- who is a student at Bowling
Green, are at home for Christmas.
Miss "Thomaslne Garnett, who is
teaching at Boston, Ky., arrived a few
Mrs. V. Sullivan and her daughter,
Cecil, went to Campbellsville and met
Mr. Sullivan, who came home to spend
Mr 0. O. Cowan, Albany, was at
the Jeffries Hotel a few days ago.
Mr.- L. C.. Railey, Tompkinsville,
was in this community a few days.ago.
Mr, L. N. Richards, Scottsville, was
in Columbia a few days ago.
Mr W. P. Craig, Standford, had
business in Columbia a few days ago.
Mr. H. C. Simms, Harrodsburg, Ky.,
was at the Jeffries Hotel a few days
Mr. Herschel Compton, Phil-was
here a few days ago.
Miss Alma McFarland, who teaches
music at Russell Springs, and Miss
Lilhe Juda, who is a teacher In the
High School, Jamestown, are at home
Melvin Smith etc ,
N. M. Tutt etc., Deft
By vlrture of a Judgment and Order
of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren
dered at the November Term, thereof,
1922, in the above cause, I shall pro
ceed to offer for sale at the court
house door in Columbia, Kentucky, to
the highest bidder, atPublicAuctlon,
on Monday, the lat day of January,
1923, at One o'clock, p. m., or there
about (being County Court), upon a
credit of Six, Months the following de
scribed property, to-wit: A certain
tract of land lying in Adair County,
Kentucky on the waters of Rock Lick
Creek of Harrods"Fork Creek and con
taining 156 acres more or less, and ad
joining the lands of Josiah Campbell.
George Stone and, others, but there is
reserved out of the boundary a small
boundary known as the Bird School
House Lot aud supposed- to contain
about $ acre. For more complete
description reference is made to the
pleadings, judgment, and order of sale
in the above styled action. For the
purchase prlce,the purchaser, with ap
proved surety-or securities, must exe
cute Bond, bearing legal interest from
the day of sale until paid, and having
the force and effecrJ of a Judgment.
Bidders will be prepared to comply
promptly with these terms
W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner.
A C. C
Large and Small Rugs and Congolum Floor Cover-
..''. '" ' ings dt Less than Market Price.
Cbme and see our Line of Goods as we can Please You-
both in Quality of Goods, and Price. We Believe
in Quick Sales and Small Prof its,.. . -. .-
Goff Brothers Store.
For the purchase price, the purchaser,
with approved surety or securities,
must execute Bond, bearing legal in
terest from the day of sale until paid,
and having the force and effect of a
Judgment. Bidders will be prepared
to comply promptly with these terms.
W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner,
A. C. C.
Minor, Pcrryville Banhcr
Claude D. Minor, former cashier of
the Peoples Bank & Trust Company:
of Perryville, which was taken over
by the State on October 9, aud former
president of the State Bankers' Asso
ciation, was arrested at his home in
Perryville Saturday charged with
making false entry on the bank's books
and wrongfully converting the proper
ty of another.
The warrants were sworn to by
John M. Smith, of Qahvllle, special
Banking Commisssoner, at the in
stance of the State Bauking Commis
Judge George Coulter Thursday morn
ing. His bond was furnished by W.
Minor has been a representative!
from Boyle couutyjn the Kentucky
Lesislature for three consecutive
terms. During the last sess'on he was
chairman of the Rules Committee.
He was- ptesident of the Kentucky
Bankers Association in 1921
W. W. Pea vy house and John E
Isaacs, Deputy BaDking Commission
ers, pf Frankfort, were at the Perry
ville bank Saturday.
Mr. W. F Squires and family have
removed to Columbia, and are occupy
iug the. residence Mrs Squires recent
ly bought of Mr. Finis Phelps. Mr.
Phelps-has commenced a residence on
that part of the lot he did not sell to
Mr. Squires,' which he wilr'occupy
until after the holidays.
ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT
Malinda Moore.iPltff. )
Hughy Thomas Moore.etc, Deft )
By virture of a Judgment jaud Order
of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render
ed at the November, Term, thereof,,
1922, in the above cause,"! shall pro
ceed to offer for sale at the Court
i house door in Columbia Kentucky to
the highest bidder.at Public Auction,
on Monday the Jst day . of January,
1923, at One o'clock p. m., or there
about (being County Court,) upon, a
credit of Six months the following de?
scribed property, to-wit: A certain
tract of land lying in, Adair County '
teaches expression at Greensburg, has Kentucky on the wafers of Big Creek,
arrlv.ed until the first of next year. and containing abpQD 60 acres, and is
bounded on the north, by the lands
of Nathan Moore, on the East by the
lands of Roy Grlder) on the South by
the lands of Frank Firkin and jm 'the
-Miss Bonnie Judd, who has a "school
near Shepherdsville, arrived for the
Revr J. C. Simms, Harrodsburg,
Mr, Minor was placed under bond of
$4,500. He denied the charges brought
The Perryville bank failed on Octo
ber2. The reason given at that time
was failure to collect money due the
institutionr Mr Smith was appointed
special Banking Commissioner by the
State aud sent to Perryville to exam
ine the books of the bank.
Two of the warrants on which Min
or is held charge making false entry.
It is charged that he "credited $10,000
to the account of A. Mann; that there
was" no stfch deposit made and that no
such person exists. Another charge
was that he claimed the Citizens Bank
of Danville was indebted to his bank
or $6,000. This It is said, is a iaise
The warrant charging wrongful con-.
version of another's property, accuses
Burley tobacco is sxtill coming into
the Receiving house, and something
ilike one hundred thousand pounds
have been weighed. The prizing of
the crop will-be on in earnest in a few
ed his regular appointment afc
Robinson Chapel last Saturday
night Sunday and Sunday nig&fc.
There was a large crowd1 at
tended the sale of Mr. A EV.
Scott at Casey Creek and ev.aiy
thing sold well.
The new owner of the Camp
bellsville Hotel, Mr. Cravsns
passed this place one davsfe
The new iron bridge near t&asr
place is nearly completed at iMs
Mr. David Hardin, whoSaaf
been on the sick list for sosa&s
time is no better at this writings
Mr. Calvin Bailey and faStr
moved to the farm of RandaSlfc
Rice one day last week.
,Mr. Finis Phelps has removed to
the D. E. -Phelps prooerty, on Peach
rldgeTknown as the Atkins, dwelling
iThe boarding pupils of the Lindsay
Wilson have all gone home for Christ
The United States has joineS?
with the-AlIies in a strong stzm&l
against the Turks deporting' the
Greeks in Constantinople.
The Allies have ben surprise
by the demand of the Uniteta!
States of an open door poKcy asi.
to Turkey. ..'--.
him of taking Liberty Bonds belong
lng'to G. A. Hughes ,
The cashier; denied the charges.Hls
The' health of this community
is very good at the present tirrfe,
Miss Lorepa Cunningham
spent last Saturday night and
Sunday with Mrs. Lillie Hardin
and Mrs. Bessie Absher.
Mr. O. K. Jones and Dewey
Chelf traded farms one day last
Mr. Dempsey Bault spent . a
few weeks with his sister, Mrs"
Ora Mae Beans of Russell Co.-
Nine Senators ani 23 EPojrr&s
sive Represent tives are to r-nc:
the conference cai.-JL a.t-atca&:
Thirty-seven amen -: ji"
offered to the ship hUDoidy t 5j1&
in the House and seven vs. oee
were adopted.' '
The revenue of tho UniXtfiSg
states has fallen oftibirtyt.;5-cent
have goWtoT their " homes? : Taylor J KV;, was in Columbia a few days ago'. 1 West by tfie lands'of Billy ;Sextdn J examining' triaf iU be held before RevT Brown,;of. Casey Co., filial
Clemanceau was given a?.- gresfc.
ovation in Chicago.
In Louisville Saturday 2I;i2i&.
vorces: were' granted byjtJgw
courts -'r. .