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THE ADAIR T COUNTY NEWS
TJand to be sold for 1914 taxes at the
court house door June 7, 1915.
On Monday, June 7, 1915, at the
court house door in Columbia, Ky., the
same being the first day of a regular
6erm of the Adair County Court, at
oneo'clock p. m., or thereabout, I will
jcr for sale to the highest bidder for
-cash in hand the following described
tracts of land, or a sufficiency thereof
co.catisfy the tax and cost for the
yeQr.Oi 1914, of the following named
District No 2
District 2fo 3 Colored
Elizabeth Hughes 14 acres
oins James Hughes tax
and cost 1 45
District No. 7 Colored
Btrrger heirs 4 acres joins R.
Ingram tax and cost 1 35
District No 7
IS. . Shaw 5 acres joins
Rev. Kogard tax and cost
Balance 7 28
Sheriff's office Columbia, Ky., May 9,
3915. S. H. Mitchell,
Sheriff Adair County Ky.
I will on Monday June 7, 1915, at
about the hour of one o'clock p. m.,
at being the first day of a regular term
of the Adair County Court, at the
courthouse door in Columbia, Adair
County, Kentucky, offer for sale and
.-sell to the highest and best bidder on
a credit of six months with 6 per cent,
,per annum interest from date of sale
bond with approved security required
of the purchaser the one-fifth undi
vided interest of C. C. Roe, Jr. Said
linterest was inhereted from his fath
er. E. F. Roe, deceased, subject to the
drfe interest of Mrs. E. F. Roe, to sat
isfy Execution No. 200i issued from
Che offlec of the clerk of the Adair
sCircuit Court, on May 8, 1915, tosatis
;T7 debt of $38,26 with inteiest from
Oct., 12, 1914 and $6.06 costs, and oth
er costs amounting to $17.69 in favor
of J. H. Judd assignee against said C.
O. Roe Jr. One tract of land and ap
Qurtances thereto belonging, lying on
6iie waters of Harrodsfork of Crocus
cr-eek, in Adair county Kentucky, con
(taising 86 acres more or less, and
'bounded and described as follows viz:
.Beginning at a poplar and chestnut,
Ghense N 81 E 80 poles to a chestnut
.corner to David Wilson's survey,
ithense with a line of same 8 8 E 130
ipoles to a stone corner to same and
.Conn Stotts, thence with Stott's line
WI27 poles to a stone and mulberry
Ehistoorner in the original line, thence
with his line S 80 W 60 poles co gum
;end beech, thence N 10 W 180 poles to
tfihe beginning. The title to the land
to 'be sold was derived by deed of con
C7eytnce to E. F. Roe deceased, from
"W. A. Jackman and wife, and record
ed n deed book No., 9 on page 402 in
tfiha Adair County Clerk's office, this
Mey 10, 1915.
S. H. Mitchell, S. A. C.
Sheriffs Office Columbia, Ky.
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tions to this office at once.
The Assistant Coroner attend
ed a dance on Musked Ridge last
Saturday night, but it did not do
Washington Hocks left late last
night for parts unknown, but is
expected back soon with a side
The Mail Carrier had such a
load on his last trip that he was
compelled to throw off some of it
.near Bounding Billows.
One of the wheels ran off the
. 23n Peddler's wagon yesterday
while en route to this place, and
he has gone back to look for it.
The Wild Onion school teacher
is of the opinion that the high
cost of dog taxes makes a lot of
dogs mad during the summer
Miss Gondola Henstep was
smiled at by a bachelor near
Bounding Billows, one day this
week, and she is planning to
pass there again soon.
The people around Rye Straw
have requested the Mail Carrier
not to stop anywhere along the
road unless he has some mail, as
he will create a wrong impress
ion. The town of Thunderation in
the Calf Ribs se'ction is reported
to be on a boom, the Mail Car
rier having delivered five mail
order catalogues there in one
The Excelsior Fiddling Band
will begin next week to learn to
play "It's a Long, Long Way to
Tipperary." They will walk to
Tickville while practicing.
Clab Hancock, who dropped
from sight some time ago when
he married a widow near Bound
ing Billows, has regained his
self control and is again coming
into public view.
Atlas Peck believes there is a
fine opening for some good ener
getic English sparrows to build
a nest at his home, since the
chimney has got to leaning away
from the house.
The Hog Ford preacher will go
to the Calf Ribs neighborhood
next week to begin a protracted
meeting as a preacher can do a
lot better with a revival where
he is not known.
Poke Eazley, who spends a
good deal of his time on Gander
Creek during the spring and
summer months, went down the
other day and picked out a good
place to sit, but reports that the
water is too damp yet for good
Fletcher Henstep, who has ex
tra large feet, has been acting as
filler in the Excelsior Fiddling
Band for some time, While he
cannot play anything much on
his fiddle he makes it up by
starting the applause after each
selcetion is rendered.
Miss Rosey Mosely is fast
climbing the social ladder, hav
ing had Raz Barlow to see her
Sunday afternoon, Cricket Hicks
Sunday night. Misses Fruzie
Allsop and Hostetter Hocks held
a meeting Monday night and re
solved that they cannot see what
attraction any nice young man
could find about her.
There is a move on foot around
Hogwallow to have the ' road to
Rye Straw straightened, several
travelers having some time com
plained of having the vertigo af
ter journeying around its many
crooks and turns. The Hog
wallow Improvement Society at
once took up the matter and
have reported that while no
doubt the road should not be so
crooked, they cannot see the ad
visability of straightening it out
as this would y make it nearly
three miles longer, and as yet
there is nowhere beyond Rye
Straw for the road to go.
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel
movement in rhe morning. Ifo grip
ing, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophyllin
(May Apple) without the gripe. Po-
Do-Lax corrects the cause of Consti
pation by arousing the Liver, increas
ing the flow of bile, Bile is Nature's
antiseptic iu the bowels. With prop
er amount of, digestion in bowels is
perfect. Uo gas, no fermentation, no
Constipation. Don't be sick nervous,
irritable Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
from your Druggist now and cure your
Constspation overnight. Ad
Truth Spoken in Jest.
The trouble with most of the
advice is that it has generally
been offered at the wrong time.
A man can insist that wealth
is a burden and yet break his
back holding on to his share.
One charitable act will occa
sionally cause a man to pat him
self on the back for many months.
Some good people enjoy telling
Gallons of trouble may come
out out of a pint flask.
About the only satisfactory
substitute for wisdom is silence.
To err is humans to forgive
may be a brand of diplomacy.
There is a much better market
for good mules than there is for
If a man could read his own
biography it would probably sur
prise him more than any one
Our idea of a hustler is a man
who can work as fast all day as
he can dress in a cold room in the
When a fool hen takes a notion
to sit she doesn't care a rap
whether there are any eggs in
the nest or not. Lazy men are
built on the same plan.
Many a smart kid who has
ruled his mother has found it a
different proposition to govern a
We always like to quote threat
ening Scripture when it applies
to the other chap.
In these days of enterprise it
is better to get room on the
ground floor than at tfle top.
Thlrty-slx for 25 cents
Dr. King's New Life Pills are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles
containining 36 sugar coated white
pills, for 25c. One pills with a glass
of water before retiring is an average
dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Ef
fective and positive in results. Cheap
and economical to use. Get a bottle
today, take a dose tonight your Con
sripation will be relieved in the morn
in the morning. 36 for 25c. For sale,
by Paull Drug Co. Ad.
The Perfect Laxative
For Elderly People
Ago has Its attractions no less than
youth in a more serene and quieter life.
But it is this very life of rest without
sufficient exercise that brings with it
those disorders that arise from in
activity. Chief of these are a chronic,
Most elderly people are troubled in
this way, with accompanying symptoms
of belching-, drowsiness after eating,
headaches and general lassitude. Fre
quently there is difficulty of digesting
een light food. Much mental trouble
ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable
remedy. First of all the advice may be
given that elderly people should not use
salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters
or any of the more violent purgatives.
What they need, women as well as men,
is a mild laxative tonic, one that is
pleasant to take and yet acts without
The remedy that fills all these re
quirements, and has in addition tomlc
Facts You May Not Know.
Moles, clumsy and almost
blind, become perfect demonds
when they quarrel. No one
knows what they quarrel about,
but when once they start fight
ing one has to die.
Want a safe candlestick?
Drive a small nail into the bot
tom of a candle to make it float
upright, then place in a tumbler
The highest temperature ever
known in a human being was re
corded in the case if an Italian
recently. A victim of lung dis
ease, his temperature was 138.
The coldest inhabited country
is said to be the Province of
Werchojansk, in Siberia. The
daily mean temperature of the
entire year Is 2,74 degrees below
Authentic records sh.ow that
cmders from a forest fire in the
tree top3 in Northern Washing
ton last fall, were carried twen
A Ooctor's Prescription for COugh
an Effective COugn Treatment.
One-fourth to one teaspoonf ul of Dr.
King's New Discovery, taken as need
ed, will soothe and check Coughs,
Colds and the more dangerous Bron
chial and Ludg Ailments. You can't
afford to take the risk of serious ill
ness, when so cheap and simple a rem
edy as Dr. King's New Discovery is
obtainable. Go to your druggist to
day, get a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. You will be gratified for the
relief and cure obtained. For sale by
Paull Drug Co. Ad..
Miss Ollie Wilson, of Owens
boro, died from lock jaw as the
result of an automobile accident.
will relieve your indigestion. Many
people in this town hzve used them
and vrz have yet to hear of a case where
ihay have failed. We hcoT the for
mula. ScV c.vy by U3 25j it, fcsx.
Paull Drug Co.
Thieves entered the depot at
Gloverport Sunday night and
took several express packages.
At the Pan-American Congress
the thing which was emphasized
was the need of more ships.
Restored to Ciood Health.
"I was sick for four years with
stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto
Gans, Zanesville, Ohio. "I lost
weight and felt so weak that I almost
gave up hope of being cured. A
friend told me about Chamberlain's
Tablets, and since using two bottles
of them I have been a well woman."
Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad.
properties that strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo
ple use, to the exclusion of all other
remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B.
Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn.,
and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky.,
say they take it at regular Inter
vals and in that way not only main
tain seneral good health, but that they
have not in years felt as good as they
do now. You will do well to always
have a bottle of it in the house. It is
good for all the family.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of thl3
remedy before buying it in the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St.
Monticello, 111. Your name and address
on a postal card will do.
I will drill wells in Adair and
adjoining counties. See me be
fore contracting. Latest im
proved machinery of all kinds.
Pump Repairing Done. Give
me a Call.
1. C. YATES
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