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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
IIMI You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. Can You Answer These? Next to McCreary, what is the most recently formed Kentucky county? What decisive battle was fought after the treaty of peace was signed? Whose last words were: "Don't give up the ship? "All my pos sessions for one moment o f time?" "I die hard, but I am not afraid to go?" How many Smiths are there in the United States Senate? What city is it whose streets are said ta have been laid out by a calf's path? Fromtwhat is the following tuotation: "An honest man is the noblest work of God?" What great American poet. The And Louisville Adair County 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' Adah County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. ' $'.- .4.j, 1 i (1 tS (91 (H wrote his masterpiece when he was nineteen? At what battle did General Lee assume command of the army of Virginia? Who wrote "Home Sweet Home?" Any eighth grade pupil ought to make at least 90 per cent on the above ten questions. E Town News. Eczema and Itching Cured The soothing.healing medication' in DR.HOBSOX'S ECZEMA OINT MENT penetrates every tiny pore of the skin,clears it of all impurities stops itching instantly. Dr.Hobson's Eczema Ointment guaranteed to speed ily heal eczema, rashes, ring worms tetter and other unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is a doctor's pre scription, not an experiment. Alldrug giest or by mail, 50c. Pfeifler Chem ical Co., Philadelphia and St. Lewis. Daily The News The Scrap Book The Previous Question. Old Senator Nesinitu of Oregon, one of the first settlers of the state, used to tell this story: At the time when Oregon was admitted as a state and the tirst legislature of the state met Nesmith, who was a member, possess ed himself of a copy of a book on parliamentary pro cedure. This work, which was at the time probably the ouly one of its sort west of the Missis sippi, he studied diligently and by the time of the first session was well up in the rules of de bate. 3 "sit dowx, you fool!" At the first meet legislature a motion lng of the new Was Introduced and speedily carried, but on tb second measure a dispute arose, ancr'for three days the state leg islators wrangled and debated. Finally on the third day Nesmith, who had watched the proceedings with out even opening his mouth, decided it was time to use a piece of his par liamentary procedure, so he rose and moved the "previous question." There was a moment of silence fol lowing this motion, and then amid a shout of derision the speaker cried: "SIt down, you fool! We passed the previous question three days ago!" -v -" - - j . . Z: Rest In Flight. Tho flying arrow, knowing its path is Goes singing softly at the bow's behest, Taking its destined Journey unafraid, In every moment of its flight at rest. So speed, O soul, to your divine abode; Go singing through tho shadow and the bravely on your high appointed road. At rest In every moment of your flight Edwin Markham In Nautilus. Guiding the Doctor. The blacksmith, who was long on the wisdom of his trade, but short on medi cal lore, sprained his wrist one after noon and lost no time in hustling to the office of a phy- siclan. The doc tor examined the wrist and then took a small bottle from a shelf, but found it empty. "James," said he, turning to an assistant, "go up stairs and bring me down a couple of those vials." "What's that?" exclaimed the pa tie n t, suddenly showing large signs of emotion. "no you don't, doc!" "I was merely asking my assistant to bring me down a couple of vials from upstairs," answered the doctor. "Files!" cried the blacksmith with a look of determination. "No, you don't, doc! If that hand has got to come off you will use a knife or a saw!" Wanted It to Keep On. Richard Mansfield, the actor, had not much hair, and this fact was com mented on to the actor by a lady whose friendship permitted personal allusions. "Why, Mr. Mansfield," said the lady, "you are losing your hair all the time. You'll be bald if this keeps on." "Keeps on, madam?" queried the actor, putting his hand on what re mained of his hair. "My daily prayer is that this will keep on." A Mark Twain Story. A friend of Mark Twain once asked him if he remembered the first money he earned. "Yes." he said: "it was at school, and a very painful recollection it is too. There was :i rule in our school that any boy marking his desk, either with pencil or kuife. would be chas tised publicly before the whole school or pay a fine of 3. Besides the rule, there was a ruler. I knew it because I had felt it. It was a darned hard one too. "One day I had to tell my father that I had broken the rule and had to pay a 2ne or take a public whipping, and he said: " 'Sam, it would be too bad to have the name of Clemens disgraced before the whole school, so I'll .pay the fine. But I don't want you to lose anything, so come upstairs.' "A few minutes later I came down with a bad feeling and the 5, and I decided that as I had been punished once and got used to it I would not mind getting the other licking at school. So I did and kept the $5." An Untamed Marquis. The father of the Marquis of Bute had an amusing experience In the neighborhood of Rotlicsay. He met a cockney traveler who asked to be di rected to a certain place. Deceived by the marquis' accent, the visitor took him for a southron and took occasion to make supercilious remarks about the barbarous Islanders of Bute. He said, "Blime me, I suppose you're like me, an Englishman?" ' "No," Responded the marquis; "I'm a native of Bute, this Island" '.'Good gracious!" exclaimed the. Lon doner, in amazement "Then who in the dodce'tamed' yer?" Lord Bute assumed a fierce expres sion and, raising? a poaderoug cudgel hp, was cnrrvlns. ?nid angrily. "Who says Vm tnme?" The nlnrmed cock- i ncy turned and fled. Pall Mall Oaxette. r GEM MESSAGE BY PIGEON. Carrier Flies From Vessel to Shore, Valuables Being Found. Philadelphia. When she discovered that she had left valuable jewelry In a bag at a hotel Mrs. Daniel H. Fergu son, on the British steamer Glenesk, outside the Delaware capes, liberated a carrier-pigeon, which returned to the home cote on the Ferguson farm, Fair view, at Mendenhall. Pa., with a mes sage telling of the loss. The hotel was communicated with, and the jewelry was obtained and put in the office safe. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson started for New Castle, New Brunswick, and left one bag to be stored In the baggage room of the hotel until their return. Through a mistake the Jewel box was placed in the bag. The pigeon that car ried the message was being taken with others by Mr. Ferguson to friends in New Brunswick. MARRIED BY PHONE. Ohio Magistrate Accommodates Eager Young Couple. Dayton, O. "Do you, Louis Motzel" "Number, please" "Take Florence Igou" "They don't answer" "Oh, central, please get off the line. We're trying to get married." Louis Motzel and Florence Igou had their troubles getting married over the telephone here, but Dan Cupid finally got the phone plugs in their proper places on the switchboard, and Squire Koehne was able to finish the cere mony. ., Motzel and Miss Igou had found two magistrates absent from their offices, and when they reached the office of Tfoehne, only to find him gone, they located him at a construction camp three miles from the city, and he read ily consented to tie tho knot by phone, . 1T"-- -iir in'i-r iiiSi. PACIFIC DRYDOCK. SfjfrVr- Work to Be Resumed Shortly Is Opin ion In Washington. Washington. Work upon the giant drydock at Pearl Harbor, the site of the great naval base the United States Is establishing in the Pacific, probably will be resumed in the near future. Secretary of the Navy Daniels an nounced that Alfred Noble of New York, the engineering specialist retain ed to render an opinion as to the ad visability of going ahead with the con struction of the dock, has reported that the project is quite feasible. The Pearl Harbor drydock is to cost several million dollars, according to es timates. Work on the dock was well advanced when the coral foundation of the dock yielded to water pressure from below and caused an upheaval of the floor and walls, practically ruining all that had been done. CONDEMNED TO DIE, CONDUCTS BUSINESS Remarkable Fortitude of Frank, Awaiting Death. Atlanta, Ga. Leo M. Frank, sen tenced to be hanged Oct. 10 for the murder of Mary Phagan, continues to manage in jail the affairs of the Na tional Pencil company, of which he was superintendent and at whose plant the girl was killed. However, he will not be hanged Oct. 10 because the motion for a new trial will be heard, and if the decision is a'dverse the case will be carried to the supreme court. It may be a year before his fate is definitely determined. His wife has visited him daily since the end of the trial and has assisted him in going over the mass of testi mony. When at the trial Solicitor Dorsey declared she had never gone to the police station to see him and cited the fact to the jury as an indication that she knew Frank was guilty she leaned forward in an excited protest, but under the law she could not tes tify. She is determined in the event of a new trial and she is confident one is coming to in some way show that she never for a moment doubted her husband's innocence. Mrs. Rea Frank, his mother, joined in the jail conferences for awhile, but finally she was obliged to return to Brooklyn, where her aged husband is critically ill. She expects to return when argument is made for a new trial before Judge Roan. Solicitor Dorsey Is directing the work of detectives who are trying to find new evidence to strengthen the case of the state should a new trial be ordered. TRUST ACTION NEXT SESSION. President Then Will Recommend Strengthening of Sherman Law. "Washington. There will be no anti trust legislation at this extra session of congress, it was stated on the highest authority. President Wilson will recommend to congress soon after the beginning of the regular session in December the strengthening of the Sherman law. Between now and then he and his advisers will go over the Sherman law, dig into the history of its operation and make a careful study of what has been done with the law and Its effect on business. It became known that the president will hare before him the anti-trust laws of New Jersey, known as "the seven sisters" acts en acted during: the last year ot Mr. Wil son's ndiiilnlHtratlon as governor, of that state. (Continued from 2nd page.) candidate for this office four years ago and sacrificed himself to save the county ticket. He is now in bad health and unable to do heavy work and so thinks that all true Democrats ought to do all they can to elect him this time. James Arvin, the Singer Sew ing machine man, was in our community a day or two of last week. Mrs Eliza Harvey, who visit ed here several days of last week returned home Thursday. Elbert Nell, the Republican candidate for Sheriff, was here last Thursday. Elbert says that he does not think that we Demo crats ought to be so greedy now that there is a chance to scoop up the entire ticket. He says that he is in the race to win, that he means to put in time can. vassing and that if Mr. Mitchell should beat him to the polls he will not be far behind. Mrs. Ellen Bennett, who has made her home with her daugh ter, Mrs. Manda McClister, since the death of her husband some thing over a year ago, removed to her old home, near Fairplay, last Tuesday. On account of the protracted meeting the Independeuce Litera ry Society did not hold its weekly meeting last Thursday night. But an excellent program is be ing arranged for the next meet ing, next Thursday night. About fifteen wagons are run ning daily now hauling staves from here to Greensburg. I regret to state that some of our young men have so far for gotten themselves that they are about to let whiskey disturb our otherwise quiet neighborhood:. Officers do your duty and help put it down. A Marvelous Escape. 'ily little boy had a marvelous es cape," writes P. F. Bastiams of Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope. "It oc curred in the middle of the night, lie got a very severe attack of croup. As luck would have it, I had a large bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy in the house. After following the directions for an hour and twenty minutes he was through all danger." Sold by Paull Drug Co. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COTRT OF KENTUCKY. J. S. Breeding & Lola P Lovett ) Plffs vs Cecil Pile &c ) Dfts By Virtue of Judgment and order of sale of Adair circuit court, render ed at the September term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 3rd day of November 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being county court) upon a credit of six months the following described prop- ; erty, to-wit. A certain house and lot, situated in the town of Columbia, Ivy., and known as the Oscar Pile property, fully described by meets and bounds, in the judgment and order of sale, which is on record in the office of the Clerk of Adair Circuit Court, in order book No 14, page 57, to which reference is made. The interest of Cecil Pile, Worth Pile, Oscar Pile, and Mildred Pile in the sale bond, who are infants, will not be collected at maturity, but remain a lien upon the property, until they arrive at.the age of 21 years or guardians qualify for them. For the purchase price, the purchas er, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judg ment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. i W. A Co lie , Aiusler Commissioner. W. Tanner Ottley Httovney-Rt-Iiacu Will practice in all tii Courts Columbia, Ky. 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