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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
Blood Was Wrong
All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due
to female ailments, are urged to try Cardul, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system,
I relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use
Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she
says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back
ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now
I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise
Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
for Special Instructions, and 64-pace book. "
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Last Saturday the 18th 'of Jan-
1 uary, being Mrs. Mag Turpin
( Alice White and Rosa B.
White's birthdays, they all met
J at the home of
John White, to
Mr. and Mrs
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birthdays. Mrs. Alice White
( was 59, Mrs. Mag Turpin 47 and
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A short time before the noon that you do not even hope for an end
hour the guests began to arrive, ins of your trouble, but permit us to
, , i . , assure you that it is not altogether
The table was soon spread with impossjbie. n others can be cured
all kinds of nice things to eat. permanently, and thousands have
AH enjoyed the dinner fine. ?$l
The little girl received some nice ne says, "I was troubled with heart-
nresents. Those present were; burn indigestion, and liver complaint
,-. TTTu-t tut r uutill used Chamberlain's Tablets.
Mrs. Frances White, Misses Ma- fihfin mv fcrouble was ovar Sold bv
rv Effie and Flossie Turpin, Bon-
of this well-known medicine.
Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 53
One Year for
nie Wolford, Mrs. Sallie White;
Messrs. Milton Wolford, Bud
Mnntmrnprr J.ff Whiio Pocn-.!
'Turpin, Meldrum Scholl, Willie
white and Jo Turpin.
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like
t0 feel Uiat your stomach troubes
were over, that you could eat any kind
of food you desired without injury?
Thatmav seem so unlikelv to vou
jpauii Drug Co.
Reports from the millenium
indicate that it has been delayed
Hydrocyanic acid is sure death
to rats, mice, insects and chil
dren. The English language is em
ployed by 150,000,000 people.
A few do not murder it.
Burglar breaks into a house
and steals only a cornet. He de
serves a Carnegie medal.
Now the question is, what will
a fourteen-inch gun do if it
doesn't explode before it does it?
A Pennsylvania judge fined
his wife $60 and cost because
she sold inferior catsup. Proba
bly he had to eat it himself.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen is coming ov
er to this country to ask a loan
of $200,000,000. Have you that
much to spare just now?
A newspaper announces that
New York chefs receive more
than governors; but not half as
much as head waiters and hold
A New York atenographer
gave up typewriting to marry a
baron. After the honeymoon!
wanes, she will probably resume
it to support him.
One of Robert Burns' razors
was sold in London the other day
for $100. This, however, will
make no diff erence if the buyer's
wife happens to need it to rip a
The dentist who says that he
can tell from their teeth when
fashionable women are in the
habit of smoking cigarettes will
probably not get a second peek
at those teeth.
A titled English woman has
opened a school to teach wives
how to spend money. In spite
of the suffragettes, England is
still apparently in a deplorably
In Springfield, O., they locked
a bevy of society girls in a pad
ded cell during an initiation
into asecret society, and released
them in a hysterical condition.
A Harvard professor says that
angle worms can think. If they
can, they must think that all
men are liars, basing their de
ductions on the fishermen they
A Chicago man was arrested
because he took a mule into two
cafes and tried to buy it a drink.
Had he done the same in New
port, he'd have been made a so
King Alfonso is studying avia
tion under an English instructor.
Probably for the peace of mind
of his cabinet, his advisors will
insist that he make it a purely
A Marcon judge rules that a
man has a right to 'take a few
snifters before getting married.
He realizes that it takes courage,
of course, but is a bracer of that
sort absolutely necessary?
The authorities of a western
university say that farm boys
are the phytical inferiors of city
boys, Here is another dear de
lusion shattered and a setback to
the cry of "Back to the farm!"
A gay old Lothrrio of eighty
addressed his dear one day "my
fawn." Now he's paying $5,
614.80 for breach of promise.
Probably, too, he sings the old
song beginning, "I never loved
a dear gazell. "
Baltimore has tried the experi-
ment of employing blind tele
phone girls, and finds that it is
very effective. So long as they
are not deaf, non need complai n
Says a critic, rr.en do not
think enough. Of course, he re
fers to married men. The bach
elor has to do an awful lot of
quick thinking to remain single.
A Red Wing man walked six
miles in his sleep and finished
his nap in the woods with the
mercury below zero. Lucky
some of the Minnesota hunters
didn't take him for a deer.
The boxers saved a referee
from rough handling at the
hands of frinzied fans at Birm
ingham, England. The English
fight fan must be firt cousin to
the American baseball rooter.
A Chicago woman footpad held
up a man, cleaned him, and then
returned a quarter for car fare.
Just about the amout a woman
gives her husband when she's
through with him. Could she
have been married?
Gov. McCreary's Position,
According to Frankfort dis
patches Gov. McCreary is still
seriously considering entering
the race for the United States
Senate and his announcement at
any time would cause little sur
prise. It has been repeatedly
urged to the Governor that for
the sake of his party and the
state he should decline to get in
the contest. Recognizing the
great debt to both of these
which exists upon his part some
of his friends feel that he will
not announce. But casting aside
for a moment these potent
reasons, and looking at the
question from a McCreary point
of view there appears still anoth
er deterrent reason. Gov. Mc
Creary is now rounding out his
long and illustratious public
career with a second term as
Governor of his native state.
He was selected as the man who
conld best unite the warring ele
ments of the party, and verified
the good judgment of those
who proposed his candidacy in
redeeming Kentucky by a ma
jority of 31,000. Having been
taken from political oblivion to
Kentucky's highest office, his
friends and enemies alike, not
unmindful of his perchant for
politics, thought he would be
satisfied. But not so. When
the time came to select delegates
to Baltimore the party wa3 torn
assunder by the rival candidacies
of Gov. McCreary and Ollie
James for Chairmanship of the
Convention. The Governor's
friends. The News being among
the number, worked like Trojans
to overcome the splendid pop -
ularity of Senator James, and j
achieved a signal triumph fori
Governor McCreary. Now, ata
crucial period in the State's his-j Tne United States Circuit
tory, when affairs call for a man,Court of Appeals has granted a
of experience and training in thef writ of error to the 33 convicted
Executive Chair, Gov. McCreary dynamiters sentenced to Leaven-
;a -..;., 4-u ..
M'iniMiihi 7 ruifi my i iir i rt t. 11111
Having been eriven Dracticsllv
eerv position of honor and trust!
in the State, a number of terms
in Congress, twice Governor and
once United States Senator, now
much more fitting as a close for
his long career of valued public
service of Kentucky, would be aimanded back to prison there to
31,000 majority for Governor . undergo their sentences. The
than an ignominous defeat for lnt oi error simply gives oppor-
the United States Senate. E.
Lone OaR, Texas.
Will you please find space in
vour good paper for a letter
from a boy of your county.
I am in the grand old Lone
Star State, at Lone Oak, a thriv
ing little town of about 15000 in
habitants, situated on theJM. K,
& T. rail road. I will endeavor
to describe the above named lit
tle town. It has 20 up-to-date
dry-goods and grocery stores, 2
drug stores, 3 hardware stores
2 national banks, a $10,-000 light
plant, 3 cotton gins, 1 oil mill, 1
livery stable, 2 blacksmiths shops
and a garage, has 4 passenger
trains daily. Cotton picking is
over and farmers are preparing
another crop. The yield of the
1912 cotton crop was about f
bales per acre. Fruit grows
here in abundance. Land is
worth from $75 to $150 per acre.
This is a fine country but I will
not make it my future home.
We have not had any real cold
weather yet. I get the News
every Saturday and think it is a
fine paper. I certainly enjoy
reading the Rowes X Roads let
ters as that is my old home.
I guess I have written enough.
If this escapes the waste basket
I will write again sometime.
Yours very truly,
E. E. Kimbler.
An UnlucKy Year.
The year 1913 will prove an
unlucky one for all cowards,
cheats, sneaks, idlers and wast
ers. If you neglect youn responsi
bility you'il pay penalty of inef
ficiency. If you squander your hours
and your power, indulge in ex
cesses, deny your body insuffic
ient sleep, exercise and care,
you'll lose your strength and
If you lie, betray, trust and
break your word, your name will
be smirched with disgrace.
If you make no effort to im
prove your position or broaden
your mind, a more earnest and
eager and deserving man will
dispossess you from your job.
But 1913 will be a happy, won
derful, treasure-laden, prosper
ous year for all who strive keen
ly and clearly.
Bad luck is a matter of char
acter not of calendar. Super
stition is ludicrous by the light
of electricity. All the wicked
spirits are in the grogshop. The
evil eye is watching, from the
front row at the musical comedy.
Good and bad are mental atti-
tudes. We are great and stal-
, wart or puny and miserable be-
I cause it is our will to be so. Our
1 souls mold our careers. Ex.
That Writ Of Error.
!Wortn Dnson. ine court has
granted this writ for the pur
pose of giving the defense an
opportunity of presenting rea
sons why the defendants; were
wrongfully convicted. If the
reasons are sufficient they will be
granted a new trial which cer
tainly will be due them; but if
hey are not. they will be re-
unity for review of the case that
justice may be done.
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TION RIGHT AWAY
The proceedings are exactly
the same as might obtain in any
other case where the defendants
questioned the rulings of the
court in which they were convict
ed. In no way are they except
ional except that they are sup
ported by labor organizaions
which for some reason or other
believe it to be their duty to the
defendants to exhaust every re
course before they accept the
judgement of the courts. It is
possible that the real reason of
such course lies notwholly in the
proceedings of this particular
case. But whether it does or
not, the labor unions are unfor
tunately doing what may appear
to controvert Judge Anderson's
statement, to the effect that in
dividuals, not organized labor,
are on trial.
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"I was suffering from pain in my
stomach, head and back,-' writes H.
T. Alston, Baleigh, N. C. "and my
liver and kidneys did not work right,
but four bottles of Electr'c Jitters
made me fee? J'ke a new s'&n."
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