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The trouble with the Friend
ship Bank is that most people
want to draw out more than they
When man gets down he is near
ly as hard to get on his feet again
as a horse with a broken leg.
Sufferers from indigestion are wak
ing up to the fact that peppermint
lozenges, charcoal and "dyspepsia
cures" are only makeshifts in the cure
of so troublesome a complaint as
chronic indigestion. What is jequired is
something that will not only relieve but
which will tone and train the digestive
apparatus toagain do its work normally
and this these simple remedies cannot do.
There is something: more to the cure
of indigestion than sweetening the
breath, and yet a remedy that only con
tains digestive injrredients will not cure
permanently, as tiie basis of indigestion
Is poor bowel circulation, and that re
quires a scientific laxative. "We know
of no remedy that combines these re
quirements better than Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, which has been sold for
a quarter of a century.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a. laxa
tive tonic, a scientific blending of nat
ural Ingredients for the cure of con
etipation, indigestion, liver trouble, sour
etomach. sick headache and similar com
plaints. Its ingredients. will so strengthen
and tone the stomach and bcwel muscles
that they will again do their work nat
urally, and when that has been accom
plished your trouble is over. .Fannie
Stuart. Staunton, Va.. was a long-time
Bufferer. as was O. Tuck. Blackburn.
Mo., and they both found their cure
with this remedy. They became con
vinced that pills and tablets, salts, "dys
pepsia cures." etc., were at best only
temporary reliefs. They first accepted
Dr. Caldwell's offer of a free sample bot
tle, which he willingly sends to anyone
who forwards name and address. Later
having convinced themselves through the
free sample, they bought Syrup Pepsin
of their druggist at fifty cents and one
dollar a bottle.
Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased
to give you any medical advice you may
desire for yourself or family pertaining to
the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely
free of charge. Explain your case in a
letter and he will reply to you in detail
For the free sample simply send your
name and address on a postal card or
otherwise. For either request the doctor's
address is Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, R.500 Cald
well buildinc. Montlcello. HI. M
HUMOR OF THE DAY
As He Heard It.
. The young man stood hesitating upon
the steps until the shrill, girlish voices
died away and Alice opened the door.
"Oh! Have you been here long?" she
"Only about live minutes," he replied,
availing himself in a hesitating man
ner of her invitation to enter.
"Then you. heard us?"
, "Er well, a little, you know. I real
ly couldn't help it. I was just about
to go, you know" he stammered.
"About to go why?"
"Thought I might be inopportune,
you know. Realize that such things
are bound to occur once in awhile, you
know; really can't be helped. Even
most sweet tempered persons"
"What are you speaking of, Mr. Sof t
Ieigh?" Alice demanded suspiciously.
"Why er of course I wouldn't have
presumed to mention it, you know! My
brother and I every once in awhile
we do really!"
"You do really what?"
"Er quarrel, you know."
Alice looked coldly out of the win
dow. "When you came," she said evenly,
"my sister and I were singing our new
duet." Harper's Bazar.
The family were fabulously wealthy,
yet here was their baby being born
with a plated spoon in its mouth. How
came that about? The young parents,
observing our perplexity, led us aside.
1 'The-silver spoon is kept in the safe
, ty vault and a cheap substitute used in
its stead, one is never sure or ones
servants these days," they explained
in a confidential whisper. ruck.
Church I walked under a ladder yes
terday. Gotham And did it bring you any
"Did It? Say, the ladder was right
in front of a dry goods store that my
wife was coming out of, and she made
me carry every one of her bundles
home." Yonkers Statesman.
Willing to Learn.
He was poor, but otherwise honest,
and she was an heiress.
He proposed to her.
She had refused him.
"Why, you foolish boy," she said,
"you couldn't even dress me!"
"Well, what of that?" he queried.
"Don't you suppose I could learn?"
Wanted to Know.
Lawson lie is going to give her an
umbrella for a Christmas present.
Dawson Are they engaged or mar
ried? Lawson Married. Why?
Dawson Oh, I just wanted to know
whether he will pay $7 for it or $1.50.
"How do you intend to mask at the
ball?" asked the sweet, gushing thing
of the lanky, baldheaded cutup.
"I don't know whether I shall chalk
my head and go as a billiard cue or
braid my legs and represent a whip
lash," he responded. St. Paul Pioneer
"We are going to give the Joneses a
solid gold platter fdr their golden wed
ding. What are you going to give
"A bottle of acid to test the other
gifts with. Picked your platter yet?"
A Tank at Radcliffe.
To the list of famous misprints
should be added that ascribed to Miss
Irwin, dean of Hadcllffe college, who
was made to say in an annual report
that the new swimming tank at Rad
cliffe had a capacity of 20,000 gals.
Doing Her Part.
"Wife, will you thread a needle for
me? I want to sew on a button."
"Certainly I'll thread a needle for
you! There you are. I don't know
how you ever managed before you
were married." Louisville Courier
"I don't make a business of writing,"
smiled the would be contributor; "ifs
merely my avocation."
"Are you sure it Isn't your aberra
tion?" snapped the unnecessarily cruel
editor. Sunday Illustrated -Magazine.
Full Particulars .Cater.
Mr. Dorklns Maria, do'" you call that
thing a hat?
Mrs. Dorkins - (In a clear metallic
voice) I think that's what the-milliner
will call it in the bill you will get nest
week. Chicago Tribune.
Stars of the Ring.
"You don't hear of any actresses los
ing their Jewels these days."
"No, but occasionally an actor gets
robbed of his championship belt"
"Is your daughter getting on
with her music?"
"I guess so. The neighbors are get
ting so they speak to me civilly again."
"Jones always was lucky."
"What's happened now?"
"His rich uncle died the other day
and left-him a slab of bacon." Detroit
A Lottery Romance.
That the age of lottery romance is h
no means over is provrd by a sumu
lar story which has just come troin
Brussels. For some time no claimant
appeared for the pnuripal prize in nit
Brussels exhibition, lottery, of the
value of S4O.0O0. and as weeks inil
it hecame more and more riuuMtti
whether the owner ot the winning
ticket would ever lie traced, tmiii i
week or so ago he was discovered in
a dramatic tashion
A tew das before the result o the
lottery drawing was announced u
young Belgian uiiner had been mm
ically killed by a stone falling on iu
head while at work. and. according to
custom, he had been buried In his uesi
suit of clothes. The man had been
some time underground when his rela
tions recalled that he had purchased :i
ticket for the great lottery and that it
had probably been buried with him
A petition was made to the author!
ties for permission to exhume the
body, and in a waistcoat pocket was
found the missing ticket, which, had he
lived, would have made him a rich
A Witty Duke.
One of the Duke if t'oiinaught's fads
is early rising Another is well polish
ed boots. He has a peculiar dislike ot
slovenliness in i.-tTsonal attire. To a
young officer who apologized for tne
state of his sword upon inspection the
duke said. "Your excuse is so good
that you must be an old offender, sir
"Sold tea. eh." he repeated in his hard
voice when a subaltern's grandfather
was alleged against him at an officers
mess. "Well, that's not as bad as a
grandfather who old promotions '
The words were spoken in the pres
ence of a general whose grandfather
had been notoriously venal. A dispute
as to the sobriety of a certain coloiiH
was summarily settled by his high
ness "Just able to walk straight, was
he." repeated the duke. "That's sober
enough for a civilian, but it's ver
drunk for a soldier "-Loudon Opinion
The , met lean toiirit in the Euro
peati resorts is expected to pay for ev
erything with a lavish disregard tor
the price. He has been so easy that
Baden-Baden and Wiesbaden impose
a tourist tax ou him. He has to pay
a public tax tor the privilege of spend
ing the rest oi his money with the tins
pitahle German curists. Counting upon
what could be lifted out of the pockets
of the tourists. Wiesbaden went in tor
dozens ot new hotels and restaurants
equipped with all the gold and marble
of modern hostelry magnificence. But
the tourist worm turned at last He
would not give up any more ot his
good money, and in the last year thirty
of the Wiesbaden hotels and restau
rants failed. Boston Post
Americans Who Are Not Americans.
A number of famous Americans are
really not Americans at all. For ex
ample, Frances Hodgson Burnett, so
often referred to as the popular Amer
ican authoress, was born in England;
Ernest Thompson Seton is a Caua
dlan, as are also Charles G. D. Rob
erts, Bliss Carman and the Rev. Fran
cis E. Clark, the founder of the Unit
ed Society of Christian Endeavor;
Jacob Riis is a Dane, and Dr. Alexan
der Graham Bell, the Inventor of the
telephone, is a native of Scotland:
Henry Clews, the banker, and Timo
thy Cole, the famous wood engraver,
are both Englishmen, and Annie Rus
sell, the actress, is an Englishwoman,
having been born in Liverpool. La
dies' Home Journal.
Overpopulation In America.
Only in spots has this country even
begun to be overcrowded. It is said
that if the United States were as thick
ly populated as Belgium it would con
tain as many human beings us are now
to be found upon the entire globe. The
single state of Texas if settled as
densely as Belgium would- have a
population of over 100.000.000. As re
gards the agricultural possibilities oi
ths country, it may be said that thei
are in their infancy. Scientific farm
ing is just beginning with us, and
with such farming the output ot food
stuffs may be increased forty told, even
with the present acreage. New York
The Lincoln Cents.
Where are the Lincoln one cent
pieces? The question was asked ui a
subway ticket office by a man win
was endeavoring to tind some ot the
coins to reinstate himself in the i?o.n
graces of a small boy whom he hail
promised when these coins tirst :i
peared to give all that came to him n
change For months, he said, he nail
seen none of the Lincoln pdfniies. and
the boy had thrown out several him
which put him on the lookout, but ni
lack of success led him to believe tha'
they had been withdrawn trom cin-u
lation. Xew York Tribune
Etiquette of Exile.
It is unnecessary for the papers to
speculate as to the place whjch Kin
Manuel and Queen Amelia will as
sume "in court circles" if they come
to England. It has always been the
custom for exiled royalties to' live in
privacy, and they do not figure prom
inently "in court circles" and are nev
er seen at state ceremonials. Thi'
presence of exiled royalties on puhlH
occasions along with members of tin
royal family would lead to all kimN
of vexatious trncasseries in connection
with precedence, involving hotn
princes, princesses and tht ambuss
dors. London Truth.
v 0LUMBI4 DISTRICT, SECOND
I Russo I Springs, Glenville
' cember 31t. January 1st.
Jamestown. Jamestown, Jan
I West Monticello, Goper, Jan
I Monticello, Tuttles Chapel Jan-
. nary 8-9.
Glensfork; Greenbriar, Jan -
i uary 13.
Renox, Breeding January 14
i Burketville,,jVIarrowbone, Jan
Bear Creek, Parrish Chapel,
Peyton burg, Chestnut Grove,
, January 28-29.
! Albany, Maupin, February 1st.
Clinton Circuit, Lands. Chapel,
Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, Feb
j Campbelisville Circuit, Asbury
Chapel, February 14-15.
Campbelisville Station, Febru
Greensburg, Greensburg, Feb
Spurlington and Early, Tay
lors Chapel, February 25-26.
Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, '
March 1-2. .
Mannsville, Mannsville, March
Cane Valley, Carmel, March (
Columbia and Tabor, March
Grady ville, March 14.
West Tompkinsville, March
Tompkinsville, March 25-26.
T. L. Hulse, P. E.
Every man believes pain hurts
him worse than any other man in
the world. v
The telephone is about the only
thing we know of that is a bless
ing and a curse atthe same time
You may think that in the con
fusion a bridewill jiotice it if you
do not send her a present but she .
Wants to Help Some One.
For thirty years J. F. Boyer, of Fer
tile, No., needed help and couldn't find
it. That's why he wants to help some
one now. Suffering so long himself he
feels for all distress from Backache,
Nervousness, Loss of Appetite, Lassi
tudfc and Kidney disorders. He shows
that Electric Bitters work wonders for
such troubles. "Five bottles, "he writes,
"wholly cured me and now I am welt
and hearly." It's also positively gua
ranteed for Liver Trouble. Dyspepsia,
Blood Disorders, Female Complaints
and Malaria. Try them. 50c at Paull
When a man lives in a boarding
i house he lets somebody else wor-1
ry about the price of coal -
Dun l;s on Sure Thing Now
'T r,n'cv ho urifrVinnf T)r Tfintr's New !
J. UV I V .. ...V..w . . ..-.a w -.V.. .
Life Pills again," writes A Schingeck,
647 Elm St., Buffalo, N. Y. "They cur
ed me of chronic constipation when all
others failed." Uneoualed for Bilious
ness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Headache,
Chills, Malaria and Debility.
Paull Drug Co.
otes of the Hog Lot.
Never feed corn alone to hogs.
It is f aid economy.
A sow should never be in mar
ketable condition when she is
A feed of oats occasionally will
be relished by the brood sow .
Protection from inclement
weather will make the' feed go
I Stocks Tip the AcmeEo Excellence.
r -u si-
New Fall Carpets
Rugs and Wall Paper
'Are shown in many representative styles. Low prices are linked
to good qualities, making trading here absolutely safe and saving.
Special inducements in Tulaid Uno'eums, $1.50 grades'per'square
yard $1.10; 6 patterns. Plenty of each and every yard Jos.
Wild & Co's. first grade.
Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff,
522 & 524 W. Market M.
Marble 9 Granite
of all kind....
Represented by C. G.
e $$$$$ $
IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH
A car load of
Oliver Chilled Plows
A car load of
A car load of
Cultivators, Corn Planters, and
OneHorse Corn Drills.
Will have the greatest and finest display
of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown
in this Green River Country, ready for
LIME, SALT, AND CEMENT
A SPECIAL LINE.
Will deliver any kind of Farm
Implements at any station
on the L. & N. R. R.
The-Merchant Greensburg, Ky.
Mail orders promply attended to
The Adair County News and Courier-Journal
Both One Year for $1.50.
Young hogs can be fattened
more profitable than those that
Brood sows shoild have two
See US before
Jeffries in this and
pens one for feeding and one forK
The first litter is not always an
index of the brood sow profitableness.
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