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THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS
Bowels are Basis
of Child Health
The careful mother, who watches
closely the physical peculiarities of her
children, will soon discover that the
most important thin? in connection with
at child's constant good health is to keep
the bowels regularly open. Sluggish
bowels will be followed by loss of appe
tite, restlessness during sleep, irrita
bility and a dozen and one similar evi
dences of physical disorder.
At the first sign of such disorder give
the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's
Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and
repeat the dose the following: night if
necessary more than that will scarcely
be needed. You will find that the child
will recover its accustomed good spirits
at once and will eat and sleep normally.
This remedy is a vast improvement
over salts, cathartics, laxative waters
and similar things, which are altogether
too powerful for a child. The homes of
airs. Carrie McDonald, 103C. Trigg Ave.,
Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Grif
fith, Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied
with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with
them, as with thousands of others, there
is no substitute for this grand laxative.
It is really more than a laxative, for it
contains superior tonic properties which
help to tone and strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels so that after a brief
use of it all laxatives can be dispensed
with and nature will do its own work.
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 large 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.
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A strange custom prevails
among the Indiana of Aiaska.
When a difference arises be
tween two of them, and a friend-
threat by tearing up a certain
number of his own blankets.
The only way his antagonist can
get even with him is by tearing
up a greater number of his own.
The one who destroys the most
- 3y settlement seems impossible,
.one of them threatens the other ! blankets is regarded as having
TTith dishonor. He executes his won the fight.
Butter is be3t kept in stone
jars with stone lids.
Bread will keep better in a.
wooden box than in tin.
Shoes will keep in good condi
tion much longer if they are kept
Save old lelt hats to make felt
insoles for slippers and rubber
To keep the cork from sticking
in a glue bottle, rub it well with
A good idea is to wash stock
ings by themselves in a smail
tub. This does away with lint.
Some people think the flavor
of pumpkin pie is much im
proved by a little quince pre
serve. Boiled rice covered with
grated cheese and baked brown
in the oven makes a good lunch
A good lotion for burns and
scalds is lime water and olive oil,
applied with a soft muslin rag.
If you have not curtain frames
stretch your curtains on a clean
carpet to dry and pin them in
If a lamp chimney does not
clean easily with soap and water,
try wiping it off with a cloth wet
Dip tooth brushes in boiling
water occasionally to disinfect
them and always rinse thorough
ly after using.
To pop corn successfully first
put it in a sieve and dash cold
water over it. The kernels will
be large and flaky.
If soft boiled eggs remain from
breakfast boil them hard at once,
then they can be used in salads
or fish sauces.
A folding nursery is a great
convenience for the busy mother
when baby has to play alone.
Also a little clothes horse is a
handy thing for his clothes.
A glass of hot milk is a cure
for temporary insomnia.
Salt of alum sprinkled on the
carpet will keep insects away.
Olives, celery and cold mac
aroni on lettuce leaves make a
A few shreds of candied lemon
peel will give a delicious flavor to
Piano keys may be cleaned by
a soft rag dipped in lemon juice
and then in sitver whiting.
Wiping the shelves with oil of
cedar is said to be a good way to
keep the mold from books.
In taking hot potatoes from
the oven cover the hands with
a dish towel. This saves many
In house decoration the pieces
of brass and copperware should
be used to light up dark rooms or
Bean soup makes nn excellent
luncheon dish for the children
when they como home hungry in
Crackers covered with grated
cheese and toasted in the oven
are good served with salad for
Dried bay berries and leaves
thrown on the fire will fill a room
with a pleasant and lasting fra
grance. When washing a chiffon or net
veil make a warm suds of good
white soap and dip the veil in
and out a great many times.
HENRY WATTERSON, Editor
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left me with a frightful cough and
very vreas. J. had. spells wnen I coum
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
minutes. My doctor could not help
me, due l was completely cured by
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.
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removed from stables.
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this and adjoining counties.
Jamstown, : Kentucky
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W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co.
ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889
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All Kinds of Machinery Repaired-
The Adair County News and Daily
News being very scarce in this
part, but I will try to send in a
Health is exceedingly good at
The Bradshaw Bros, are now
located at this place in the goods
Our stave mill is a success so
staves and stave hauling is the
order of the day:
Mr. Edwin Winfrey, of Rus
sell Springs, was visiting at C.C.
Taylor's last week.
Mr. J. J. Sparks' family have
had the scarlet fever and all do
ing nicely at this time.
There is a new girl at E. K.
Taylor's, his home being honor
ed now with three young ladies,
F. T. Smith has sold his farm
on this creek, known as the Char
ley Clones farm, to Mr. W. R.
Garmon. Price unknown.
Miss Eula Taylor has returned
home from a few days stay in
Mr. Strange Cole, of Crocus,
was calling on Renox Sunday
kiss Lalla Thomas spent Sun
day night with Ella Cole.
Mr. Oscar Bradshaw is board
ing at Mr. C. W. Garrette's
O. T. Smith, who has moved
from this place to Breeding; he
is coming back every two weeks
to do the grinding for our people
He is greatly missed.
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end Indigestion caused no great distress
81 for two years. I triet manv thincrs for
i relief, but ccs little LcId. till at last I found I
S it in the best pills or mediciaa I ever tried I
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