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The Adair County news. (Columbia, Ky.) 1897-1987, November 10, 1909, Image 6

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Arll tlie year long w6haye been1
traveling toward Christmas I
and my oldwife our children
and our grand children not all I
by the same road not all with
the same expectations but all I
looking out alike for the first
glimpse ofits smoke rising above
the wintry landscape of the t
i year Now we can almost fancy I
that we hear the chiming of the
theI
famous b el 1 sall Christmas
I towns are famous for their bells I
bellsI
I and we know that we shall
soon be at our inn 1
If life be a journey and each I
year a stage upon the road I do
not know where else a sensible j
man would stop for the recruit
ing of ihis health than the fine
told Christmas towns There fineI
anywhere men are to be found
living together merrily the inns
are warm the cheer is good the
amusements are of the heartiest
and the society is of the best I
have been through many a
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Christmas town for I have
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I traveled far and have rested
thoroughly in each I never
found two of them alike Of
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late have been much
I latethey grayer
and quieter than they used formerly
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merly to be but I do not think
I that I have been less happy of
I the quiet towns at which I have
of late years resided Let me
I confess so much As for these
I about me who declare them to be
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I not quiet by any means but
I perfectly uproarious with jollity
I do not interfere with their
opinion Children so easily de
ceive themselves it is enough
for me that I am old enough to
I see things as they are
1 Goblins of Chrismas time
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Grecians oi low degree have a
I belief that certain spirits called
I lameneedles visit the earth
at the Christmas season One
lame needle probably the leader
comes on Christmas eve and the
rest of the tribe put in an ap
pearanceon Christmas day They
are dreadful creatures to look upon
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on yet are dangerous only at
night from sunset to cock crow
I When not engaged in dancing
these queer goblins wander about
and do any amount of mischief
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It is their custom to enter the
houses by the chimney so every
housewife is careful at this sea
son of the year to leave some
embers burning all night For
the lame needles dread fire and
also crosses and it is for this I
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reason that at Christmas time
one sees so many whitewashed
crosses on the cottage doors in
Greece
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The priests alone have a n y
power over these uncanny visit
ors and it is to ward them off
that a procession of priests and
two acolytes goes from house to
house on Christmas day
They give each house a bless
jug waft the censor in at the
door and pass on When Epipha
ny comes the lame needles are
I forced to flee again undei ground
feeding Growing Pigs
The constituents most desirabje
in feed for swine depend greatly
uPon the use to which the animal
is to put them A newly born
pigs body is largely water and
to grow he must have food that
will produce tissue That is why
the milk primarily designed jo
furnish proper nourishment for
growing animalSf ds to be ias
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qufck fattemngvihe should nat 1
urally be supplied with feed con
taining much fat making mater j
aIandit is that quality which
has given corn its high place in
finishing hogs for slaughter It I
is readily seen therefore that
different kinds of feed will be
needed to furnish the most bene
ficial results according to the
stage of growth of the animal
the energy required for its main
tenance and the end to which
the animal is destined yet it
does not necessarily follow that
a ration should be onesided or
be dominated by one element to I
the exclusion of a variety Los I
ing sight of this is a mistake that
has been made more frequently
in the use of corn than any other I
feed not so much perhaps be II
cause it is rich in carbonaceous
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matter as by reason of its con
venience and cheapness in the
regions where itI flourishes
From Coburns Swine in Amer I
AmerIica
TAKEN up3 hogs came to my place
about Sept 1st 1909 One black sowi
will weigh about 190 Ibs marked crap I
off each ear Two spotted sows ytill
weigh respectively 40 and 90 pounds
both unmarked Owner can get same
by proving them paying for this no
tice their keep and two barrells of corn
destroyed Address J A Winfrey
50tf Eunice Ky I
Mr Jusice Peckham I
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The death of Mr Justice Peck
ham removes one of the foremost
jurists and most useful citizens I
of the country one who meas i
ured up to the noblest standards j
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of a tribunal which in all the
world acknowledges the equal J
one whose personal character 1
and bearing were of type most
I inspiring and of result most en
I couraging
I Appointed by President Cleve I
land from the State of New York
where his brilliant judicial re
cord had carried on the tranitions
of a distinguished family he was I
one of the three remaining
lone
Democratic members of the court
Agreeably with established usage
it is probable that his successor
will be of the same political com I
plexion it is however not expected
eXIIpecte
pected that the President will I
move in the matter for some lit i
tIe time
I Throughout his career on the
Supreme bench Mr Peckhamres
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olutely refused to identify him
i self in any way with a political
movement or to permit his per
perfsonal
sonal opinions to become known
he conceived it to merge the in
vidualin the Judge and he be
I lieved his highest value as a citiI
zen could best be subserved by a
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lofty regard for the dignity aI
decorum of the office It follow
ed therefore that he was little ile
the public eye except in so far as
his lucid and authoritative expo
sition of the law brought him be
fore lawyers as the voice of the
courts opinions In this capac
ty he did much to clear up the am 1
biguities of the Sherman l W
and in particular to define certain
Federal rights imperiled by un
I constitutional enactments by a I
State
The country mourns an upright 1
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right Judge a model citizen and
a r pres native Democrat Ipu
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for some time we have L
our eggs straight up and dp wii
and now we l etl1e wpmen
that way in their new frocks
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Cures Dlpepsia I
Trial Is Freel
It is a popular mistake that only
wealthy people who cat rich and
highlyspiced foods suffer from dys
pepsia or as it is also known indi
gestion The laborer in the street I
the worker in the field also finds him
self a victim of this disorder Among I
the very greatest sufferers from it are
womenDyspepsia is indicated by a constant
feeling of laziness by loss of appetite and
troubled sleep by sour stomach and dis
tress after eating by bad complexion and
lusterless eyes
There is no surer and speedier cure for
this trouble than Dr Caldwells Syrup
Pepsin which dyspeptics have been using
successfully for twenty years This great
herb laxative compound cured Capt Clark I
of Buffalo la of dyspepsia and sour
stomach that he had had for forty years
or until the lucky day that he heard of
Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cured
Joel Adams pf Montgomery Ala after
suffering continuously for sixteen months
These are only a few of the many But
it is not expensive to be cured with this I
grand remedy as it can be bought at any
drug store in a 50cent or 1 bottleI
Your very neighbors are probably life
long users of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I
but if you want to know without expense
what it will do for you personally send
your name to Dr Caldwell and he will be
glad to send you a free trial bottle Ho j
is actually anxious to have you make a j
test of his remedy
Thousands of families everywhere keep j
IThousand house against such an emer i
gency as constipation sour stomach in I
digestion biliousness dyspepsia heart
burn torpid liver etc which may heartI
1burn member of the family any day It I
is pleasant to the taste acts gently and i
does not gripe It is the great childrens i
laxative tonic j
553 > If there is anything about I
rceLi your ailment that you dont j
e understand or if you want i
w l any medical advice write i
I M to the doctor and he will
answer you fully willI
no charge for this service
The address is Dr W B
Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldgI
Monticello Ill
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A Fairy Story of ToDay
They were going to the thea
ter He had reached home at
630 oclock and an hour later
was ready to start There was
just timeto reach the playhouse
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by eight She had had nothing
to do all afternoon except to
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dress yet it was 81 when she
came from her room with her
hat and coat on v
I am afraid we shall be late
she said
saidYou
You look so lovely he re
plied kissing her that it would
have been worth waiting anoth
er hour for you i
INo they were not bride and
bridegroom They had been mar
ried ten years But what is the
use of telling you any more As
you can see by this sample you
I wouldnt believe it anyway
Nine lives are known to have
been lost in the fire that practi
cally destroyed the Citizens
Savings Bank block at St Johns
burg Vt Two persons were
killed by falling from the upper
windows of the burning building
while seven others were buried
in the ruins Four injured were
taken to the hospital two of whom
are not expected to survive their
Injuries
fA Scelded Boys Shrieks
horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria
Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that
when all thought he would die Buck
lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him
Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns
Wounds Bruises Cures Fevers Sores
Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chap
pep Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at
Paull Drug Co
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Alittle more sweet > and a little
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A little less weed and a little
more flower
A little more song and a little
less sigh
A little less earth i and a littlel
more sky v
Men can be found Who are
willing togft > AfrIca as mission
aries who are not willing to take
tare of a cross < baby for the tired
wife for half an hour
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