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THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS
A Permanent Cure For
Although those may dispute it -who
"liave not tried it, yet thousands of
otkera, -who speak from personal experi
ence, assert that there is a. permanent
cure for chronic constipation. Some
testify they were cured for as little as
fifty cents, years ajjo, and that the
trouble never came back on them, while
others admit they took several bottles
before a steady euro was brought about.
The remedy referred to is Dr. Cald
well's Syrup l'epsin. It has been on
the market for over a quarter of a
century and has been popularized on its
merits, by one iierson tellinjr another.
The fact that its strongest supporters
-are women and elderly people the ones
most persistently constipated makes it
certain that the claims regarding it as
a permanent cure for constipation have
not been exaggerated.-'
It is not violent like cathartic pills,
silts or waters, but operates gently.
without gripinsr and without shock to
the system. It contains tonic proper
ties that strengthen the stomach and
bowel muscles so that in time medicines
of all kinds can be dispensed with and
nature is again solely relied on.
Among the lesions who testify to these
facts are J. P. Blankenship. Sharon, Tenn.,
and Beukili T. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky.,
and they always have a bottle of it In the
house, for it Is a reliable laxative for all
the family from infancy to old sice.
Anyone wishing- to make a trial of this
remedy before buying it in the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a largo 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.
Adair County News
Is the best afternoon daily paper publish
ed in Louisville. It is Democratic
and is heartily supporting Wood
row Wilson for the Presi- '
OUR MOST HYBRID WORD.
"Remacadamizing" Can Boast of Hav
ing Five Language Parents.
The most hybrid word in the English
language, according to Professor A. P.
Chamberlain of Clarke university,
writing in the Popular Science Month
ly, Is "remacadamlzing." Professor
C'irke points out that this word is de
rived from five languages Latin, Gae
flc, Hebrew, Greek and English. He
resolves it into its factors as follows:
First Re. a Latin prefix, signifying
a repetition or doing over again.
Second. Mac, a Gaelic word for son,
in common use as a prefix for genea
Third. Adam, the representative In
many European languages of the He
brew name of the first man, according
to the Mosaic account of the creation
as given in the book of Genesis.
Fourth. Iz (or Ize), the modern Eng
lish representative, through the French,
Iser of the Greek verbal terminal izeln.
Fifth. Ing, the English suffix of the
participle present, verbal noun. etc.
The root of this word, "macadam,"
Illustrates In another way the vitality
of our English speech and its ability
to draw new words into Its vocabulary
whenever the need arises. The term
"macadam" Is really the family name
of the man. John Macadam, who In
1819 devised the now common method
of paving roads with small broken
stones, etc. Celtic and Semitic had al
ready combined to prodnce macadam,
meaning "son of Adam." which the
English language then took up and
further molded to suit Its genius.
There are many such hybrids, but
this is probably the worst.
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AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
BOTH ONE YEAR
left me with a frightful cough and
very weak. I had spells when I could
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
minutes. My doctor could not help
me, but I was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.
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Fistulo, Poll-evil, Spavin or any sur
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well fixed to take care of stock. Mon
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removed from stables.
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It Was Simply a Clever Ruse of a Dar
ing Parisian Thief.
A traveler remarks Mint the Purisiau
swindler Is the subtlest and the most
indomitable one in the world. Eie was.
one day strolling through fashionable
A woman entered and proceeded to
purchase a costly set of silver dishes, ' ?
and meanwhile a well dressed man lin- I f,
gered at the doorway as though wait- ' '
ing for her.
The woman, her purchase concluded,
counted a number of bank notes and
J udvunced to the cashier's desk holding
j them in her hand. Then of a sudden
j the man rushed upon her.
j "You wretch!" he exclaimed "Didn't
i l tell you th.it you shouldn't have thoe
dishes?" And he slapped her upon the
cheek, tore the bank notes from her
' hand and stalked indignantly out of
the shop '
The woman fainted. It was ten ir.ln
! utes before she was brought to. and
j mean while tlio.Mj in the shop, believing
i that a lamily quarrel was in progress.
tlid nothing. Cu her recovery the man
ager of the place said regretfully:
"We are sorry, madam, for this oc
currence Your husband"
"My husband! That was not my litis
hand!" the woman cried. 'IIe is a
She had never seen the man before.-E::chauge.
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Violet For Mourning,
flip' It was not by accident that violet
1 was chosen by many nations as the ex
, elusive color for mourning and by u
also for half mourning. Painters suf
fering from hysteria and neurasthenia
will be inc'ined to cover their picture."
uniformly with the color mo-st in at
; cordance with their condition of lasi
1 tude and exhaustion. Thus originate
VOU tuo violet pictures or fJnet and his
school, which spring from no actually
I observable aspt- t of. uature. but from
! a subjective view due to conditions of
the ncrve3. Wiin. the outire surface
of -.vails in salons and art exhibitions
of the day appears veiled in uniform
half mourning tins predilection for vio
j let is MinnI:, an expression of the uerv
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Dickens' Humanness. i
Hie best pait 'i Charles Dichens. the
great novelist, was the bunmnncss of j
him. coming out in jthe lender pathos i
with which he streaked the, fuii.:y side 1
of life. Primarily a humorist, he was. '
like many another humorist, a human- t
1st too. Dickens came out of that low- i
er London life, one third grotesque, one- '
! third pitiful, one-third heroic, which he
j pictured in his writings lie had lived
the struggles of Oliver Twist, of David
I Copper-field and of Philip in "fJreat Es J
poctatious." That was the reason why .
he was able to lay hold of people's
hearts when he des.ribed those death I
less persons. New York .Mail
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Tit For Tat.
.Mrs. Jenkins was standing before the
mirror arranging her thin hair wheu
her haldheaded husband entered the
"Say. ISraily," he begun, "why don't
you do your hair the way you used
"Why don't you?" reported Mrs. .leu
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Borem That five-year-old boy o
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(interrupting) He should have them
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seep you from reproducing tbem.
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