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The Adair County news. (Columbia, Ky.) 1897-1987, December 28, 1910, Image 6

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Building or Repair work It will be to your
Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices
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Wool on Commission Write for price
list mentioning this ad
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IVVV A SureCure Y h I
A haggard looking woman
speaking with a strong Irish
brogue walked into a West Side
drug store in New York the oth
er day and asked for a bottle of
Dr Quacks Consumption Cure
While the clerk was wrapping
the package she conversed volu
bly of Mike her husband who
was sick with consumption She
said one of her neighbors Mrs
Casey had told her that the bot
tle of medicine she held in her
t hands would surely restore Mike
I to health So she had saved 50
cents from the scant earnings
she had made over the washtub
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to go away her eye was attract
ed by a sign upon which was
this legend in big red letters
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and help Cure Consumption A
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From the few cents in the
palm of her hand the woman
Ipalm
drew out a nickel and holding it
to the clerk said Oill take
five of them Sure with this
bottle of medicine and him
bek
well in a wake
Alfalfa For Hone Pasture
One of the foremost horse
breeders in America who con
stantly maintains upwards f 100
head of various ages writes this
r In my experience of twenty
five years in pasturing horses < n
I alfalfa results have convinced me
that it produces more bone mus
cie and blood in horses in less
time than any other pasturage
with which IV am acquainted
But I believe it profitable in rais
t ing the best horses to use also a
moderate grain ration to stim
t ulate rapid growth and early de
velopment my horses however
have shown no ill effects from
pasturing on alfalfa without
grain or other feed and I have
found such pasturage conducive
to health and prolificacy matur
ing animals equal for service to
I any reared otherwise I haveI
I raised 3yearold grown on alfal I
fa and a light grain ration to ex
ceed a ton in weight carrying
all the good qualities of the breed
to which they belonged Fur
thur I find using alfalfa as a
horse pasture a much more econ
omical method of raising horses
I than any other From Coburns
The Book of Alfalfa
Known by the Wrappers
Exchanges littered tfie editors
desk but he didnt seem to care
Looking over the heap he select
ed a few rolls tossing the others 1
in the waste paper basket
Dont you want those Dont
you read them You havent
even opened them
Nope Nothing in em
How do you know
I ttI knowem by the wrap
pers > pv V
Then he continuedtt I notice
that the paper that om sto my
table neatly wrapped for t h e
mail is the best for my purpose
It is more carefully written bet
ter set up better printed and
more reliable The exchange
that is rumpled poorly folded
carelesSlywrappedandaddress
carelesSlywrappedandaddressed
ed smear in print indifferent
ly compiled merely thrown to =
gether for the sake of Burning
out an issue arid not tobe de
pended neon In its < r ports nor
worth nothing in Its opinion
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wellBressed personao I do my
welldressed exchanges
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The Grand old State of Ohio
Accepting the Republican
nomination for Governor of Ohio
or July 27th Warren G Hard
ing said
saidI
co I make no idle or unseemly
boast when I say to you that we
are going to victory triumphant
ly This grand old Republican
State of Ohio neverhas been call
ed to report in favor of a serious
cause without responding with
wise judgment and a dominant
voiceGovernor
Governor Harmons reelection
by a plurality close to 100000
would indicate that Qhio is stH
a grand old State without
being Republican while thewis
dom of her judgment and the
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dominacy of her voice can not be
questioned
The Roundup
Its as easy to set into court as
it is difficult to get out
You will not necessarily keep
cool by blowing in money
A man seldom has enough
faith in pins to want to be a
womanIt
It pays to recover umbrellas
but it pays better not to lose
themA
A small man with a 200pound
wife always calls her his little
girlThe
The ventilatingapparatus alone
on the steamer George Washing
ton requires an energy of 150
horsepower
horsepowerFriend
Friend When you run over a
dog in a country road what do
you do MotoristThank heav
en that it was not a porcupine
Exchange
Stranger It is a pretty heal
thy neighborhood Native You
bet it is Thar haint been a
death here in years ceptin the
undertaker an he died o starv
ation Harper Weekly
ationHarpersWeeklyClergymanDid
Clergyman Did your mother
try to inculcate lessons of thrift
Chicago Show GirlIndeed she
did Manys the time she said
to me when I was a child Mag
gie never live beyound your ali
mony Life
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Aids to Health Keeping V
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Lots of women would be bet
ter if they would keep in mind
the following helps
Keep alert Mental ruts make
more invalids than do over
wrought imaginations
Keep physically active The
inert girl who hates to move is
usually the greatest growler
about her health
Keep clean The close con
nection between the pores of the
skin and good health is not gel
erally considered carefully
enough
Keep interested There is
nothing like a fad Plan object in
life to put aches and pains into
the background 1
backgroundKeep The satanio misI
chief provided for idle hands is 1
better known than the physical
mischief that hounds the woman
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with time to think about her
healtht
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healthKeep I
Keep away from drugs Most
women deserve all the slander
ing they get forth dosing habit
Walk more and take less medi
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The following is the program
of the Musical Association to be
held at Jamestown Russell coun
ty Ky the second Sunday in
January 1911
900 Opening exercises
Welcome Address IJilburn
PhelpsResponse
Response IM Grimsley
Solo by Mrs 0 D Smith
Reading the minutes of the
preceeding meeting
Benefit of music W S Knight
and John B Burton
Solo Face to Face Mary
FaulkenburgMusic
Music as a cultural exercise
Superintendent Antle
Solo Rucker P Grimsley
Discussion of minor scale 1
M Grimsley and A G Coffey
ong led by James Kerns
Which notation Joe Carnes
and Ben H Burton
Quartet by the town choir
Rule to find the key note in all
the keys Evie B Bryant and
Edgar Coffey
What i s note reading Joe
Stone and James Kerns
Why changethe signature in a
piece of music Stewart Rexroat
and Denney Grimsley
Topic of his own selection F
J Hughes
HughesEveryone
Everyone is invited to come
Come to benefit others Come
to be benefitted Teachers are
invited to come and bring their
classes and give us a quartet a
duet or a solo
Committee on program L 0
Phelps F J Hughes James
Kerns Dennie Grimsley Secy
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Banks on Sure Thing Now
I never be without Dr Kings New
Life Pills again writes A Schingeck
647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cur
ed me of chronic constipation when all
others failed Unequaled for Bilious
ness Jaundice Indigestion Headache
I Chills Malaria and Debility 25c at
Paull Drug Co
Veils of the Season
Stylish and becoming are veils
of white ring dot net with the
I rings in black and a fine black
lace border to match
The winters veils show large
octagonal meshes sometimes
plain again with big woven dots
Care should be exercised in
wearing t h e veil or the nose
sticking through the meshes
gives a grotesque appearance
The most becoming veil is a
fine mixture ot black and white
tiny black dots on white net be
ing better than white or black
These have become known as
the beauty veil because so many
women wear them regardless of
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Elmer Ka rues son of Nanrife
Karns of Highland Park Ky
died Dec 13 1910 Funeral was
conducted at the home of his un
cle June Karnes by Rev Dud
geon Cane Valley in a very im 1
pressive manner The remains
were laid to rest in the family
graveyard near his uncles He i
was 21 years of age and leaves i
to mourn his death his mother
i five brothers and one sisters and
a host of friends and relatives
Elmer hats gone tOVmeet his
father and brother in that world
beyond where there is no pin
and aorro wSo do not grieve
dear mother brothers and sis
ter U 3fc waiting toi
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In effect Monday Dec 31 1908
SOUTH BOUND
TRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE An LEBANON
Jo 27700 am 942ara
Mo 23815 am 1001 am
Mo 79 505 pm 740 11m
Mo 21 800 pm 1000 pro
Mo 93630 pm 900 pm
NORTH BOUND
RAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE
o 24548am 750aro
78732am 1015am
028430 pm 655 pm
fo 22628 pm 815 pra
fo92 732am 10U5am
Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only
W1LMORE HOTEL
W M CUIUJVJORB Prop P
FirstClass Table
Good Sample Roome
Feed Stable
Reasonable Rates
QRftDYVILLe KY
S D Crenshaw
VETERINARY SURGEON
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Special dttnetin t Fjes
Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur
gical work done at fair prices 1 am
well fixed to take care of stock Won
Qy due when work is done or stock
removed from stables
LOCATION NFAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE
ON BURKSVILLE STREET
Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40
Dr James Triplett
Dentist
JEFFRIES BLOCK
COLUMBIA KENTUCK1
Imr S Dunbar
Dentist
OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN
JEFFRIES BUILDING
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COLUMBIA KENTUCKY
I Joseph H Stone
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this and adjoining counties
Jamstown Kentucky
DRM E JONES
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I I Columbia Kentucky
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eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula ann all
other Diseases which visits DumbBrute
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