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f 8 THEfADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5?-C Sheriff's Sale of Land for Taxes. On MondajvApril 3, 1916, at the Courthouse door, in Columbia, Ky.i the same being the first day of a regu lar term of the Adair County Court, at 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, I will offer for sale, to the highest bid der, for cash in hand the following de scribed tracts of land or sufficient thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due for the year 1915 by the following named persons, to-wit: Whites in District No. 1. M C Burchett 76 acres joins B V'Hovious. Tax and cost for the year 1915 -" - $13 00 0 S Baxter 10 acres joins G W Pointer. Tax. and cost for J. the year 1915 - - 4 97 Mollio Bastain (N R) 7 acres joins Francis Hardin. Tax and cost for the year 1915 - 2 49 W H Mitcham 53 acres joins B Wethiuton. Tax and cost for .- the year 1915 6 25 W A 'Phipps (N R) 100 acres joins J R Christie. Tax and cost for the year 1915 9 29 Colored, District No. 1. E C Hardin 30 acres joins Eva Chelf. Tax arjd cost for the year 1915 6 72 JEd McWhorter 18 acres joins .T A Burress. Tax and cost for the year 1915 7 56 H H Shlveley 6 acres joins E C Hardin. Tax and costfor the year 1015 5 93 Whites in District No. 2. W A Bryant 85 acres joins C .W Bryant Tax and cost for the year, 1915. . 7 35. L B Barrett 9 acres joins, C ' Barrett. Tax andk cost for the year 1915 , . 5 41 3J E Dickinson" 127 acres joins J ! F Pelley. "Tax and cost for the year 1915 " 10 14 Donflnicus Hardin 175 acres joins -GTVUubartS.' Tax and cost for the year 1915 7 35 w Lt Keil 6a acres joins Jack ' Sullivan. Tax and cost for the year 1915 5 62 J F Pelley 40 acres joins B, L Dickinson. Tax and cost for the year 1915 7 85 Books, Mrs. S B 75 acres joins Buck Books. Tax and cost for the year 1915 3 47 J E Snow 150 a.cres joins Thos. Brockman. Tax and cost for the year 1915 27 42 J D Tarter 25 acres joins Frank Tarter. Tax and cost for the year 1915 5 74 J A Winfrey 200 acres joins R. C Neal. Tax and cost for the year 1915 42 88 Whites in District No. 3. M L Frankum 49 acres joins Les lie Johnson. Tax and cost for the year 1915 8 81 Lee Harvey (N R) I acre joins A D Harvey. Tax and cost for the year 1915 1 60 Mrs. Sarah A Kimbler 1 acre joins Geney Hadley. Tax and cost for the year 1915 1 66 F E Webb 33 acres joins E C Webb. Tax and cost for the year 1915 - 4 97 , Whites in District No. 4. Cager Barke 10 acres joins Biley Firkins. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 65 J M Coomer 25 acres joins Bill Coomer. Tax and cost for the year 1915 10 14 J S England 8 acres joins Spen cer Wooten. Tax and cost for the year 1915 2 17 F B Janes 85 acres joins John Hundley. Tax and cost, for the year 1915 8 87 J J Jessie 50 acres joins Dock Janes. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 98 Marshall Boach 70 acres joins Thomas Cole. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 98 G T Wilson 40 acres joins Bas cumEaneg. Tx.aed-eeabor 1 the year 1915 7 35 Whites in District No. 5. G W Blankenship 2 acres joins W S Hindman. Tax and cost for the year 1915 5 63 Albert Willis 50 acres joins W P Price. Tax and cosa for the year 1915 10 14 Colored in District No. 5. Alice Taylor 79 acres joins Clarence Keltner. Tax and cost for- the year 1915 7 98 Whites in District No. 6. J A Burton i acre joins J A Gooden. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 01 WOMEN SHRINK FROM MODESTY Bear Grievous Ailments Rather Than Make Condition Known. The subjects of complaints peculiar to women is a delicate one, yet it is a plain duty to let these sufferers know that most of the derangements from which they suffer are due primarily to nervous debility. Man; a suffering woman, influenced by shrinking modesty, has borne this grievous condition without complaint rather than make a personal appeal. When women say, "I am all run down, so nervous and weak," that means they are victims of the modern mal ady. ' Such women, and they are a legion In every community, suffer from head aches, backaches, loss of appetite and sleeplessness. Their spirits are al ways depressed and their lives are not the normally happy ones of their more fortunate sisters. Often, too, there are spells of nausea, weakness, or even fainting, that make them feel inse cure and to wonder when they will be embarrassed, or even in danger, be cause of their condition. For sucli suffering women, Tanlac, the tonic, tissue builder, appetizer and invigorant, is ideal. Tanlac builds up the 'system, promotes digestion and propore assimilation of food, vitaliles the b oodand brings back healthy col or to the cheeks and real sparkle to the ues. tftflacmajrnow be obtained in Co lumbia at the Page & Hamilton drug store, where its" merits are fully ex plained. - Adv. C H Johnson 'acre"joins George Taylo'r.J Tax and cost for the year 1915 3 94 J S Rainwater. (NR)"129 acres joins Green Watson. Tax and cost for the year 1915 ,4 05 Josiah Smith 100 acres joins Frank Pike. Tax and cost for the year 1915 10 14 Rev. R H Tyree i acre joins Jno. Hadley. Tax and cost for the year 1915 3 93 Will Vaughn 30 acres joins J M Vaughn. Tax and cost for the year 1915 7 35 Colored in District No. 6. Louisa Bndgewater 57 acres joins Pete Bridgewater. 'Tax and cost for the year 1915 3 47 J I Smith 87 acres'1 joins June Groves. Tax and costfor the year 1915. 13 39 ' Whites in District No. 7. WH Burton 27 acres joins Cy Burton. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 97 Colored in District No. 7. Jennie Bailey 1 acre joins J T Page. Tax and cost for the year 1915 , 2 15 J B Lucas i acre joins Ned Mur ray. Tax and cost for the , year 1915 4 j)8 Taylor Wade 50 acres joins Arch Collins. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 34 S. H. Mitchell, S. A. C. Cane Valley. Mrs. Alice Hendrickson has moved to her new home near Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hancock have moved to their new home near the Pollard Chapel church, bet ter known as the Jo .Thomas' farm. Mrs. J. T. Bumgarner was vis iting relatives at Spurlington thwtswjesk. " ' Cane Valley now has six emp ty houses and by the last of the month, we will have four more, and some of our best buildings are among the empty ones. C. F. Paxton, our post mas ter, is kept busy filling mail or ders. He has filled to the amount of $2,000, since December 1st. Miss Pink Callison was visit- ing in Campbellsville laat wek, Wm. Smith had two sheep killed by dogs last week. So we wound up two dead sheep and three dead dogs. Miss Hattie Conover, of Mt. Pleasant, was visiting her niece, Mrs. Wm. JoneS, last week. We have two of our ring neck pheasants left. The young birds all died last summer. We hope for .a nice crop this summer. Dr.- N. M. Hancock has been real sick-for the past two weeks. Dr. Hancock is a very kind man. .Always ready to, go when called, pay or no' pay,' and most of the time no pay. We would be glad to see him out and give his hand a good shake. Claud Edrington, who has been hauling between Columbia and Campbellsville for the past ten years, will move to Buffalo, Larue, Co., the first of April. m - Jarter. WJieat is looking fine in this community. Mrs. Ann White, who has been very low with lagrippe, is some better at this writing. Virtise Grant purchased a calf from Robert Humphress for $17. " Several from this place attend ed court at Jamestown lasbweek; Jo Lit Beard was through thi place last week buying hogs. Prices running from 5Jc to 6e; - James Shepherd, of the L. W. T. S.t visited Jhis parents- from Friday until Monday. Tone Hunn and son are in this part lodking after stock. George Grant made a business trip to Russell Springs last week. John Montgomery and family, who have beeninlndiana for the pasc few months, have returned home. Herbert Grant left for Ash land 111., a few days ago. The roads are in a very bad condition in this section. It seems that the bonds would not do U3 any harm now. Montrey, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O White, is on the sick list this week. William Hbbson was at this place a few days ago looking af ter his stock and farms. OzarK. The past week of pretty weath er has given the farmers a chance to work and quite a lot has been done in the way of sowing grass seed, burning plant beds, etc. Rube Kearns was called to Rus sell Co., last Friday, on account of the Berious illness, resulting in death of hisv father, Mr. Joby Kearns. He was a very old man. Mr. Tajbert Conover, about sixty years old, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Bryant, last Saturday. He was a kind-hearted man. He leaves an aged mother, about ninety years old, several children, brothers and sisters. Miss Myrt Combeet has about recovered from a aevere spell of grip. Mrs Reevefl, who has Jteen Another Testimonial s-ort Calumet Baking Powder The President's Wed ding Cake. , was prepared by Mrs. 'Marian Cole Firsher and Miss Pansy Bovveu, both of whom are known .through out the United States as experts in Do mestic Science work. This Wilson -Gait Wedding Cake was worthy of the occa sion in every respect. Calumet Baking Power was used in its preparation and both the above named ladies heartily recommend Calumet - Baking Powder for its purity, whole- someness, economy and nevery-failing re- - suits. These ladies use Calumet exclu- -" .'vely in all their work.' ReceivedHiihest Award World's Pure , Food Exposition, Chicago; 'Paris 'Exposition, France, March, JL9J.2., T ,T, qu'.te sickfis better, L " ?" ""1. " "Mrs: Ellen Combesf and Mrs. Mary B'arger'were at the bed- side 01 Mrs. T. J. Bryant one day last week. Mrs. Laura Montgomery and daughters, Estelle and Gladys, spent last Friday at the home of Mrs. T. J. Bryant. Mr. and Mr3. W. G. Roy vis ited Lawrence Montgomery and family recently. . Mr. Milton Powell and mother, Mrs. Nannie White and son, took supper with Mr. and Mrs. El more Bryant, Wednesday. Mr. Frank Jeffries, of Colum Biaspent a part of. last week at the home of Mr. Theo Powell. I Mr. B. B. Montgomery, the well-known photographer, is on a trip through eastern Ken fucky and Virginia, in the inter est of his work. Mr. Theo Powell sold Felix McKinley a nice young horse for $110. Mr. Lander Bryant sold a nice bunch of hogs to Mr. Young. Mr. Mont Maupin spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Montgom ery of Columbia, were at the bedside of their aunt, Mrs. T. J. Bryant, last Tuesday. Mr. Frank Montgomery visited his brother, Eld. W. G. Montr gomery, QampbellsviHe, week.-" -r last j J. H. Barger visited relatives' in Russell county last week. The wife of Dan Bryant, who lived near Vester, died last Wed nesday night. She had just giv en birth to a child, also dead. Rty. Lagrippe is visiting almoat-ev ery home in this section. PefrFOWLS - WANTED SI. 50 TO $3.00 EACH W. T. H0DGEN, CampbeHsvilie, Ky. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located m Co lumbia. AH Classes of Dental work (Tone. Crow de and Infay work a Specialty. AH Work-Guaranreedf-; j Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer Is It Is issued every Thursday, subscrip tion price Jl.00peryear.au d It la one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of to day. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlog the world's events, and for that reason can graeyotf all the leading news. It Carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editoriris and reliable up-to-date market reports- Its numerous de partments make it a necessity -to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by snbscrib'ng for the above combination, right now. Call or mail orders tr The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Mr. J, M. Conover has been on the sick list for the past few days. Mr. B. O. Hurt, our well known produce man, is doing a good business now. " Rev. Caldwell will preach at Freedom the third Sunday in this month. Let every body come and hear him. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acree one day last week and claimed for its victim their little son Stanley. Misses Mary E. Pierce was the pleasant guest of Miss Myrt Redmon, last Sunday. Mr. F. B. Simons, our mail carrier, thinks he will get his mule broke to carry the mail again the 1st of July. Mr. Omer Roy made his reg ular trip to Mr. Fitzpatricks last Sunday. Mr. F. B. Simons sold one fine blackfaorie to:J. C. Contfpm ery. Foxes $2 50 to $4.00 each; Coons $1.25 each. Send them to W.T. HODGEN, Box 232, Campbellsville. Ky. ltf. At Ctst. I have six new binders (Deering) which. I-wIU sell at actual cost. 18-3m J. H.Pheljg, Jaawitewn, Kj.