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Personals. e h
Mr. John Q. Alexander was here the
middle of last week, taking orders.
Miss Mollie Flowers, Gradyville,
visited Miss Mallie Moss last week.
Messrs M. e. Smith, ;Walter Smith
and V. n. jfewby, Burkesville, were
Wre last week.
J. E. Lane, Glasgow, called to see
our merchants one day last week.
Mr. R. l. Marshall, Campbellsville,
made his regular trip to Columbia last
Mr. Horace Massie, of Taylor county,
was in Columbia last Tuursday.
Mr. T. W. Wheat, Sano, and Mr. J.
E. Snow, Russell Springs, left last
week for Martinsville, Ind.; where
they will take treatments for rheuma
tism. Mrs. E. E. Spilier, of Brady, Texas,
who visited here several weeks, left
for her home last Wednesday,, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Margaret
Mrs. Ritch Young, Waterview,
Cumberland county, visited Mrs. R.
K.and Mrs. Marvin Young last week.
Rev. Erank Turner, of the United
Brothern Church, who has been sta
tioned in Union county for several
years, was here to attend Confer
ence at Vester, this county.
Mr. L. R. Snow, of Russell Springs,
was here a few days ago.
Mr, C. E. Grashan and Mr. B. E.
Hatcher, Greeensburg, were here Jast
Mr. C. D. Watson, Glasgow, was here
the middle of last week.
'Mrs. Mattie Reighard, (nee Mont
gomery) ot Cincinnati, is visiting her
relatives in Adair county.
Mrs. J. R. Smith (nee Miss Belle
Chandler,) of Campbellsville, isvisit
her cousin, Mrs. Rollin Hurt.
Mr. A. O. Taylor was confined to
his room several days last week.
Miss Irene Firquin of Waterview,
Comberland county, was visiting
Mesdames R. K. and Marvin Young.
Mr. George nancock, who attended
Louisville University of medicine,
returned home last Thursday night.
We learn that he decided not to be
come a doctor.
Rev. O. P. Bush attended the Rus
sell Creek Baptist Association which
convened with the Traramell Creek
Church, Green county.
Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, a well known
traveling salesman, called to see our
merchants last Friday.
Mr. B. B. Cravens and two daugh
ters, Mrs. Vandall and Petty, of Line
ville, Iowa, are visiting Mrs. Eannie
Pierce and Malindia Montgomery and
other relatves of Cane Valley.
Mrs. W. F. Handcock, of Louisville,
is visiting her mother and other rel
atives in Columbia.
Mr. M. Cravens made a business
trip to Louisville last week.
Mr. H. C. Miller of Glasgow, teacher
in public schools, in that city, was
here last Saturday.
Hon. J. O. Ewing, candidate for
State Senate, was in Columbia a few
hours last Saturday. He will return
to Adair county before the election
and will endeavor to see as many vot
ers as possible.
Mr. I. M. Tuller, wife and children,
were here Monday, en route to Arkan
sas. Mr. Tuller founded the Rnssell
County Advance sold the plant and left
Russell Springs for his former home.
Mrs. J. V. White was quite sick last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Kinnie Murrell and Miss Ka
tie Murrell spent Saturday afternoon
and Sunday with relatives in James
town. Mr. J. S. Coles, Grayville, 111., set
the monument to Capt. W. W. Brad
shaw's grave last Monday morning.
Mr. Clarence Vaughn, Greensburg,
was here Monday.
Mr. A. P. Todd and wife, of Chicago,
111. are visiting in Gadberry country,
Mrs. Todd being a daughter of Mr. M.
A. Morrison.
Mrs. J. II. Pelley is spending a
month with her relatives at Liberty
and Hustonville. She was accompa
nied by her son, James Pelley.
Mr. E. P. Harris, of Catlettsburg,
met Mrs. Harris (nee Miss Pearl Hind
man,) here last Friday afternoon, re
maining a few days. Mrs. Harris
will not go to Catlettsburg to Jive un
til after the expiration of her term of
office, being County School' Superintendent.
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AflfllTMnai LUUH5.
Commksioner's Sale.
Sarah A. Miller'. ) Plff.
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Samuel E. Miller, &c ) Defts
By virtue of a Judgment and order
of sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren
dered at the Sept. term, thereof, 1913,
in the above cause, I shall proceed to
offer for sale at the Court-house door
in Columbia, Ky., to the highest, bid
der, at Public auction, on Monday,
the 3rd day of Nov., 1913, at one o'clock
p. m., or thereabout, (being county
court,) upon a credit of six and twelve
months, equal installments, the follow
ing described property, to-wit: A
certain tract of land situated in Adair
county, Ky., on the waters of Crocus
creek, and on the Columbia and Cleels
boro road, and contains 365 acres more
or less. About 19G acres of land is on
the east side of said Columbia and
Creelsboro road, and about 169 acres
on the west side of same, less about
12 acres in the woods claimed by W.
Bloyd, (and the title to said 12 acres
will not be warranteed.) Said laud
will first be offerd in two tracts as
divided by said road, and then all
together, and the bid or bids accepted
from.which the most money can be
realized. This land is fully described
in the Judgment, and order of sale,
which is of record on page 41 order
book No. 14 in the office of the Clerk
of the Adair Circuit Court, reference
is here made to said record. The
shares of the proceeds of the sale of
this land belonging to infants, will re
main a lein on said land, with 6 per
cent, interest thereon, until such in
fants arrive at the age of, 21 years or
Guardians qualified for them as re
quired by law. "
For the purchase price, the pur
chaser, with approved surety or se
curities, must execute bond, Rearing
legal interest from the day of sale un
til paid, and having the force and ef
fect of a judgment. Bidders will be
prepared to comply promptly with
these terms
W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner.
For Sale.
For the purpose of engag
ing in other business, we
offer for sale our mail, pas
senger and express line and
all the equipment. -We
have the only cars that
have ever made a success
of carrying mail, passen
gers etc., over this pike.
The cars are in as good
shape as when new. We
will give full particulars
to any one interested.
We want to sell, and will
sell very reasonable. For
full particulars come and
see us.
Yours truly
Commissioner's Sale.
C. E. Keene, ) Plff.
F. S. Wooten &c ) Df ts.
By virtue of a Judgment and order
of sale of Adair circuit court, render
ed at the September term, thereof,
1913, in the above cause, for the sum
of one hundred and fifty-one and 70
100 dollars, with the interest at the
rate of 6 per cent., per an
num from the 20th das of February,
1913, until paid, and $41 and 40-100
costs herein, I shall proceed to offer
for sale at the court house door in Co
lumbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at
public auction on Monday, the 3rd day
of Nov., 1913, atone oclock p. m., or
there about (being county court) upon
a credit of (i months, the following de
scribed property, to-wit: A certain
tract of land situated in Adair coun
ty, Ky., on the waters of Butler's Fork
of Russell's creek, containing 23 acres
more or less, and is the same land con
veyed by T. S. Wooten to Thomas
Janes, by deed recorded in deed book
No., 27, page 90, of the Adair county
clerk's office, to which reference is
made for complete description.
For the purchase price, the pur
chaser, with approved surety or secu
rities, must execute bond, bearing le
gal interest from the day of sale un
til Daid. and haviner the force and
effect of a judgment. Bidders will be
prepared to comply promptly with
these terms.
W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner.
Gus Jeffries was wfttT our peo
ple a day or so, of last week.,
C. S. Bell, of Nell community,
was in our midst last Friday, and
reports everything moving off
nicely in his section.
Dr. L. C. Nell spent one day
last week at Greensburg, on bus
iness. Mr.. Geo. Rodgers, the up-to-date
insurance man, of Greens
burg, was with us lasc Friday,
and reports his business good.
Dr. S. Simmons arid Clem
Keltner spent one day last week
at Keltner.
Mrs. A. A. Hoy, son and
dauerhter-in-law. will leave in a
few days for McGregor, Texas,
to make their future home.-
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers
are visiting at Jamestown this
week. They are thinking of lo
cating at that place in the near
Mr. U. N. Whitlock, af Bliss,
was in our midst last Tuesday.
Informed us that he would try
the tobacco market next week in
Mr. Warren Moore, the suc
cessful merchant of Weed, called
in to see us on his return from
Columbia, last Friday.
Our Farmers m this section
are all through sowing wheat
and making sorghum. The crop
of sorghum is very short, but
we have had over an average
crop of wheat sown. Also the
tobacco that was growji in this
section has all been cut and put
away safe, and is curing up nice
ly. We are expecting a good
price for the weed this fall.
Pickett Chapel and Weed first
nine played Flat Rock team at
Nell, last Saturday, which re
sulted in favor of Weed and the
Chapel team 13 to 0. If there is
any thing the Flat Rock team
can do better than playing base
ball, our boys want to know it.
Mr. Nathaniel Moore, of Weed,
was in our midst one day last
week, and informed your report
er that Mrs. Moore and himself
had just returned from a several
days visit with his son, at Camp
bellsville, and also a short visit
to Lebanon. Mr. Moore inform
ed us that his wife, is 68 years
of age, and that this was her
first ride on the the first cars
she ever saw. They had a fine
Messrs. John Rodgers and
John Pickett,of Campbellsville,
spent a few' days visiting the
latter's parents in this place last
J. A. Diddle spent a day or so
at Bradfordsville, last week. v"
Cane" -Valley.
. i
Ed Hancock sold a suckling
mule , to Cassius Breeding, of
Neatsburg, laet week for $75.
Tanner Ottley and Sam Mitch
ell, candidates for Judge and
Sheriff of the good old Democrat
ic party, were here wearing
smiles last Tuesday.
J. G. Sublett and Finis Cun
diff made a trip to Knifley last
Mrs. J. W. Edrington was given
a surprise birthday dinner last
Sunday in honor of her fifty
eighth anniversary. Mr. and
Mrs. Edrington are quite popu
lar in their neighborhood and
almost every body in the neigh
borhood was present with well
filled baskets
C. R. Cowherd, the oldest son
of A. A. Cowherd, of this place,
was seriously burned at JPlano,
Texas, last week. He has been
engineer at the water works and
he was burned from a steam
pipe bursting.
The candidates of the Progress
ive party fired their first politi
cal gun here last Saturday. They
are a fine set of men and will
keep shooting till the battle is
settled in November.
Mrs. T. I. Smith was in Louis
ville last week buying her Milli
nery goods.
Christie Curry, one of our best
young men, is seriously sick with
typhoid fever.
Miss Nellie McAllister, of
Shelbyville, who has been visit
ing Miss Pinkie Callison for the
past two week, returned to her
home last Saturday.
J. G. Sublett and his nephew,
Geo. C. Sublett, are in Knoxville,
Tenn., this week attending the
Appalanchian Exposition.
Two months ago w e gave
Urban Keltner the blue string as
the champion tobacco grower.
Now he is cutting the second
crop and he says it is better than
the first one.
For your convenience, on the following dates an
places named below, I will have the Tax Books at
said places Once Only, and those dates the office at
Columbia must be closed as to those MagisteriaF
Districts, under the law we have only one set of books
I trust that every Tax Payer will take advantag e
of this opportunity to meet and settle same and save
tr ouble and cost, both to you and myself.
Will be at:
Cane Valley Saturday Nrvjmber &
Knifley Saturday Nwember 15
Roley Friday November 14-
Pellyton Thursday November 13:
McGaha- Wednesday November IT
Roy(Geo.Redmon's Store) Tuesday November IV.
Glensfork " Saturday November 8
Sparksville Friday November 14
EIroy Saturday November 15
Gradyville - Thursday November 23-
Keltner Wednesday November 12
Milltown . Tuesday November II
A. D. Patteson, Sheriff A. C
Residence Phone 13 B
Business Pho e 13 fi
I keeD on hands a full stock of
coffins and caskets, also robes;
hearses. Prompt service night or day
Phone 29.
45.I yr J. F. Triptett,
1 Columbia, Ky.
Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell spent
one daj last week in Columbia.
We are having some of, the
warmest weather of the season.
Rev. Christie filled his first ap
pointment here last Sunday, with
a very interesting discourse.
Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g
up Stairs.
Columbia, - Kentucky
0. G. HARDWiCt. Pres.
J.P. COCKE. V. Pres.
W. T. Pane Mill & Supply C o.
1301 TfilRTeeNTH-MftlN. LOWSVILLe
Sheet Iron and Tank WorR
-All Kinds of Machinery Repaired
iF IfTr I m
lUr-i 1 M II m M. . TI 7:HB
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For iale.
I have an extra good pair of.Standard
Computing Scales for sale. "Will give
the buyer a bargain. They are as
good as new.
494t A. H. Ballard.
MANY a piece of old
furniture, doomed to
end in a dark garret, can
be restored to beauty and
usefulness by a coat of
It is easily applied, dries
quickly and adds to the life
and appearance of floors,
furniture, and woodwork
Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC is a Stain
and Varnish combined made
especially for beautifying homes
Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC comes
in 11 Natural Wood colors,
White, Gold and Silver En
amel. All sizes
Manufatfturers LOUISVILLE. KY.
The Adair County News and Courier-Journal
Both One Year for $1.50.
Summer Prices
Paul! Drug Company
rirn It
ii. H- JOfiES
Veterinary Surgeon
and Dantibt
years experience.' "Special attention
triven to Sureical 'and Dental work.
Office at residence near Graded School
building. '
Rugs, Carpets and Linoleum
Mean a considerable saving in your buyXg. Special bargain lots are studded
over our big store.
$24.00 Axminster Rugs for $18.00 $21.50 Velvet Rugs for $15.00
$17.50 Brussell Rugs for $12.00
Inlaid Linoleums, best quality, $1,40 values per square yard $1.00
Printed Linoleums, Extra vell finished, 65c quality for 45c
$1.10 Velvet Carpets for Hall and Stairs, per yard 75c 1 f '
$ 1 .50 Plush Carpets, Beautiful Designs per yard $ 1 .00. "
Louisville's Big Carpet Store.
Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff
, Incorporated
522 ,aiid .524 West Market St.
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