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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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Sensible Women Know
Foundation of Health
As health talks to -women become
more general, both in the newspapers
and on the platform, the mass of women
are beginning to realize what the more
cultivated have always known, that
good health cannot be found in a powder
box. The externals of health may be
obtained in that way, but the basis of
health lies deeper, and yet is just as
easily obtained.
The most important thing that a
woman can do for herself, and about
which she is often most neglectful, is
to ivatch the condition of her stomach
and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad
breath, the frequent headaches, the
pimples, the general air of lassitude Is
nine times out of ten the result of con
stipation or indigestion, or both. Many
simple remedies can be obtained, but
the best in the estimation of most
women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
It is mild, pleasant to the taste and
exactly suited to her needs. It is far
The
Louisville Times
And The
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 Presidency.
The campaign is on and if you want to
keep in touch with all the parties
throughout the United States sub
scribe for the Times.
We can furnish The Times and The Adair
County News both for 4.50 per year
Come to the office or mail in
your subscription.
AH Persons Who Ajre Behind
One Year on our Subscip
tion Books
Will have to Come off, Under
the Law, if not Paid at once
The Government
Will Not carry Papers iniithe
Mail for Parties who Owe
More than one Year
We Will Strike From our list
Several Hundred Next Week
Treating Nail Wounds
One who has tried it says that
the most . successful treatment
that he has found for nail wounds
n horsed feet is to clean the
wound and pour full of hot tal-
low or Jard. Thisseem3to givevjnce
superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters,
etc., which are entirely too violent.
"Women should see to it that they
have at least one movement of the
bowels each day, and when showing any
tendency to constipation should take
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the
small dose prescribed. A brief use of
it will so train the stomach and bowel
muscles that all forms of medicine can
be dispensed with. These opinions are
voiced by thousands of, women, after
personal experience, among them Miss V.
L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St, Nashville,
Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky.
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.
Daily
very little pain, and one treat
ment generally cures.
An expert advises salesmen to
study up on elocution. To study
on strategy would be more to
the point. Any man can talk an
other to death, but all don't con-
m I A
Not Legal Offenses.
Breaking into society. ,
Picking your way.
Stealing hearts.
Coining money.
Killing time.
Murdering a part.
Cutting capers.
Striking a balance.
Forging ahead.
Burning daylight.
Getting drunk with applause,
Smashing the record.
Poarching eggs,
Trespassing on our good
nature.
Shooting the chutes.
Cheating the doctors.
Taking offense.
Converting the heathen.
Beating time. E-town News
Kentucky was never so much,
alive to the educational welfare
of her children. The interest
will and should produce splendid
.results improperly guided. The
Kentucky Educational Associa
tion which meets at Louisville
on April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. is
the clearing house for education
al thought and action and every
progressive teacher in Kentcuky
should be present on that occa
sion. Each teacher who attends
should take a new idea with him
and be prepared to carry many
back home.
Parental Love.
Of all problems, this seems
one among the most difficult, one
that is more often neglected
especially among the young, of
which I am most certainly a
member.
Notwithstanding this how
many of us are as true and loyal
to our parents as we should be.
How many of us show to our
dear fathers and mothers the re
spect due them. They who are
our best friends, and who strive
and toil from morn till night, are
willing to do anything possible
or within their power in behalf
of the best interest of the child.
Ah boys and girls you who
still are blessed with the presence
of a father and mother, honor
them and show them your true
love, and affection for them.
Let us not longer trod that
path of carlesness, but strive to
show them that we appreciate
them, their instructions and ad
vice. We ourselves, though we may
not have had much experience
can see the great mistakes and
failures of others that we know
have been disobedient, heeding
not the advice of their best
friends on earth. Therefore let
us resolve that we will profit by
seeing the result of the defects
of others.
Who can fill the vacancy of a
friend so great?
No never again can it be filled.
Who can fully realize the great
ness of that parental love?
How is the best way of show
ing our appreciation of their
love? .
These may be perplexing ques
tions for many, at least they
seem that way for me.
With better resolutions, and
trusting these few remarks will
prove a hinderance to no one.
Yours Respectfully,
Pearl Dowell.
WEEKLY
COURIER - JOURNAL
HENRY WATTERSON, Editor
Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in
politics. It prints all the news without
fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00
a year, but you can get the "WEEKLY
COURIER-JOURNAL
AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
BOTH ONE YEAR
for ai.50
i you will give or send your order to this
paper notgto the Courier-Journal.
Daily Courier-Journal, Yr $6,00
unday Courier-Journal, Yr $100
We can give you a combination cut
rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write
this paper.
The Adair County News and Weekly Cour
ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50.
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Attacked Wife With Ax.
Warsaw, Ind. Stealing into
his wife's bedroom, Charhs
Walton of Mentone, attacked her
with an ax. and when he thought
herdeadran out of the hoifse
and shot himself. Mr. and Mrs.
Walton had some family trouble,
but as far as is known had no se
rious quarrel previous to the
tragedy.
Mrs. Walton was sound asleep
when her husband first struck
her. The blow glanced off and
did little damage. The second
blow knocked her out of bed.
Partly stunned, Mrs. Walton
fowled nut of the room on her
hands and knees. The husband
followed her to the ,kitchen,
where he struck her again.
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Leon, aged seven were asleep in
an upstairs room. Clement w
aroused by his mother s cries for
help and rushed into the kitchen
where he succeeded in disarm -
ing his father after a desperate
struggle. As the father rushed
from th'e room he said: "I didn't
know what I was doing. I did
it in my sleep."
Clement Walton left his moth
er in the care of her other son's,
and rushed to a doctor's offiice.
When he returned a search was
made and the father's hody was
found in the barn. Walton had
sent a bullet through his brain.
Mr. Walton was fifty-two years
old and was a day-laborer. Mrs
Walton is thirty-six years old.
She is in a critical condition, but
has a chance to live.
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PNEUMONIA
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
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