The Ashland Progress from Ashland, Alabama on June 7, 1918 · 6
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The Ashland Progress from Ashland, Alabama · 6

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Friday, June 7, 1918
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Mortgage ForeclcBuro Stic Wbrn heretofore Htnnr P, Bll and wife did execute nd dflr to the undersigned Selme Trust A Satlnga Bank their mortgagt dated November lit, 1910, end recorded la the Probate Office of Clay County, Alabama, In Record Book 60, at Page J77 et aeq , tj the record of which mortgage ref ereiee It here made for the content thereof, and " Whereae default wat made In the payment of the Principal and InUreet notei due November let, 1917, and auch default continuing, the under aigned did declare the entire principal, together with the then earned inter eit, eocured by said mortgage, to be due and the aame not being paid, but default being made therein and atill continuing, notice it hereby given that on the 6th day of July, 1918, within the legal hours of sale, in front of the Court House of said Clay County, In the town of Ashland, Alabama, the undersigned Selma Trust & Saving! Bank, acting under the authority given in said mortgage, will effer for sale end sell to the highest bidder for caiih at public outcry, the real eatate in said Clay County, which is conveyed In said mortgage, and is described as follows, to wit: The north-west quarter of the southeast quarter of Sec. 26; southwest quarter of north-east quarter of Sec. 28; and the south-east quarter of the north west quarter of Sec. 26, lesa a atrip in the south-cart quarter of the north west quarter, beginning 39 yards west of the south-esst corner of ssid forty, and running north 39 yards, thence in a aouth-westerly direction to original corner; and also a strip of land in the north-tsst corner cf the north-east quarter of the south east quarter, described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the north-east corner of ssid forty, and running west 39 yards, thence in a southeast direction, intersecting line between north-east quarter of south-eaat quarter and northwest quarter of south-esst quarter, at or near where aaid line crosses the second branch, in Section 26, all in Township 21, Range 6, containing in the aggregate 120 acres, more or leer, together with any other lands that were owned by the said Henry P. Bell on the said November 1st, 1916, and located in said Clay County, Alabama. The proceeds of said sale will be applied to the purposes and in the manner provided for in said mortgage. Selma Trust & Savings Bank. Rowland, Attorney. LOCAL NEWS R. G. J W House of Holllm was in th dry Wednesday. Peyton Jordan is clerking at the Cash Grocery Store, Judge Hush D Merrill of An niston was in the city Wednesday Prof 0 L Chambers has re turned from a visit to Birming ham, For sale a good milch cow, ap ply to A. H.Finley, Ashland Ala, Route 3. Commissioners court was in session a short while Monday, it being the tax term. Lookout Mountain seed potatoes atHLWynn's Piof and Mrs E E Beck of Lin- oln are visiting relatives and friends in Ashland. John Owens i9 at home from Mobile where he has been attend ing medical college. Goods delivered anywhere in the city limits without extra charge II L Wynn. Rev and Mrs T L McDonald -are visiting relatives, at Bessemer and attending a family re union. FOR SALE, FINE JERSEY COW with a 2 weeks old heifer calf, for $75. Call Mrs. 0. B. Cornelius. R H McCain of Delhi, La., is visiting relatives And old friends in and near Ashland after a long absence. I have purchased The Toggery Shop's line of No Name hats. ' 'all when you need a nice new hat.-R L Black. Mrs J D Garrett and children have removed to Ashland from Auburn where they spent the last scholastic year. at Fred Northen has returned home from Riverside Academy where he has been attending school. Special Paramount Feature at the Bonita Friday. Jack Pickford in "The Ghost House". Also a Triangle comedy. , C C Harris and family who moved from Ashland to Winter Garden, Florida, last fall have returned cn a visit and perhaps may spend the. summer here. BOOKKEEPER wanted by corporation. Must be thoroughly experienced, write good hand and quick in ledger work Address A. H. .Box 128, Ashland, Alabama. How's This? We offer Ono Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hall's ('..," vrii Cure has been taken by catarr.'i uulterera for the past thlrty-fivo years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for ' uatarrn. Hall's catarrh Cure acta thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Cure for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. V. 3. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75a. Special Paramount Feature 6 7 4t the Bonita Friday. Jack Pickford , in "The Ghost House". Also j Triangle comedy. Mr and Mrs Walter Pearson o: i Wadley were in the city Sunday, visiting their son, L G Pearson and family. Mrs J T Pearson and son of Gadsden are also vis iting them. I ITT 'I I 1 i w cuipepper wno nas been engaged in the gents' furnishing business in Ashland for severa months is moving to south Geor gia. tie expects to engage in mercantile business at Blakely, Ga. Si, LiuJ m 1VA "ANY motorists are fast learning the value of having their cars thoroughly overhauled at regular intervals. Fewer repair bills, better mileage and longer service repay you many times the price of proper overhauling. Give Your Car New Life Don't wait until your car stops running before putting it in the shop. The more you run it after it commences to get ' balky" the more harm you are doing it, and the more it will cost to have it put in good condition again. We can do ft thorough job" and do it quickly. ASHLAND MOTOR COMPANY Col and Mrs W M Lackey were called to Wadley last Friday to attend the funeral of their cous in, Mrs Walter Fletcher, who died at Cusseta and her remains were brought to Wadley for interment. DrS W Owens is at home again after spending some time in the Birmingham Infirmary and taking treatment for a nervous break down. His friends are glad to know that he is considerably improved. A MILLION Sweet Potato Plants ready for shipment now. Nancy Hall or Dooly's$2.25 per M. Delivered by parcel post or express. Prompt delivery. Order quickly. Cash with order. Cullman Produce Co., Cullman Ala. Four Ashland boys, Herman Morris Eustace Riley, Lee Pruet and Charley Toland went over to Birmingham the first of the week and enlisted in the navy. After taking the examination and being accepted they were permitted to return home for a few days, subject to call and as signment to duty later. Highest market price paid for chickens, eggs and butter, fc D Treadwell. Lieutenant Governor Thos E Kilby, of Annislon, was in Ashland Saturday, meeting the people and discussing his candidacy for the governorship and the issues of the campaign. He was accompanied by Mr Harry Ayers, the talented editor of the Annis-ton Evening Star. They make a favorable report of the manner in which the lieutenant govern or's candidacy is being received by the "people thoughout the state. ' Judge W W Brandon, of Tuscaloosa, was in Ashland Wednes day in the interest of his candidacy for governor and ad dressed a body of citizens at the Court House Wednesday night. Although a cloud came up just prior to the speaking hour and doubtless prevented many from turning out, he had a good hear ing and presented his claims in hia charactersitic and forceful style. Judge Brandon is an act ive campaigner and met quite a number of voters while here. As further evidence that Clay county boys are filling responsi ble positions in every department of war aid work, Mrs Ad die Gay has just "been informed that her brother, A D Thompson, has been made a lieutenant in the railway department at Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Mr. Thompson was in training in railway construction work for some years before he donned the uniform and his promotion is but a just recognition of his efficiency. . Rev W A Sutton motored over from Atlanta Saturday on a brief visit. He remained over till Sun day afternoon and preached at 1 o'clock Sunday morning at the Methodist church of which he was pastor for four years. He was greeted with a very large congregation, among those present being many of his former parishioners and former pupils, he having also been principal of I Have Returned to My First Love In returning: I must make an honest confession. I have not been divorced from the mercantile business, just quit for a while, undnow that we have got back together '1 am in love wilh it more than ever. This is a natural occurrence. I am located in the 0. A. Riley store and have one of the best stocks ever assembled in this town. 0. A. Riley and B. C. Hooton are with me and we invite the public to call on us. We will treat you right. Your friend, V CM. PRUET H9U 7AR SAVINGS STAMPS ' ISSUED BY THE ' UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Great i - WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY TUB '( UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Are These uymg nances Opportunities like these seldom come to you these days. But this store is always doing things out of the ordinary. These specials are bringing you prices on wahtable merchandise lower than you ever hoped to get, even at' the end of the season. You not only buy it here for less money, but you get' the season s best merchandise when you need it and when you get the full benefit of its use. Come tomorrow and every day of these sales. Specials for 10 Days Only i Come and Get Your Choice of the Bargains Summer Suits Men get your summer suits how. We are closing out all our summer suits at Half Price $10 Cool Cloth, Palm Beach, Mohair Suits, all the new styles and colors, going as long as they last at $5.50 100 Mens Straw Hats, values up to $5.00, going at " 95c Come and get you a hat- Men's Dress Shirts $1.50 values at 95c Boys' Caps, 50c values at 33c nH aa eaea Men's Overalls. -ln irrn Dye, at $1.35 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear We are closing out all our Ladies' Silk Dresses Skirts and Waists, and children's dresses at Reduced Prices. .9 I -1 t MM We are closing out all of our Shoes at Reduced Prices, Come and let us fit you up in a pair of of Shoes at reduced prices. : . Pay Cash and Pay Less Gre enwald & Dry Goods Store South Side of Square saBESSBSSSBBi iaois si , Ashland, Ala. CSS PiBfrg'm Mumium jwiwim it i in mm mi ifci if i n n 'i i t i in m hi niwi inrT riTiwMMTieaniTrTTTi the Clay County High School for some years, following his pastorate here. He was accompa-nied by a number of young men from the technological school of Atlanta where he is now teaching. GreatPrice Reduction Real Genuine Panama Hats $10.00. Price Reduced to $7.50. , Real Genuine Panama Hats $8.50, price reduced to $6;00. Real Genuine Panama Hats $7.50, price reduced to $5.00. Also large and complete line, of men's and boy's straw hats at prices very reasonable. . Call at; once while the line is full and-complete. j - R. L. Black, J

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