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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today! ..
In some families the children
know when Father has been
0
drinking because he comes home
and puts his arms around Mother
and tries to kiss her.
I don't know much, But when
I hear a man bragging that he
isn't afraid of his wife I put him
down as a six cylinder, full-jeweled
liar.
The
Louisville
And The
- Adair County News
Isthe best afternoon daily paper publish
ed in Louisville. It is Democratic,
but gives all the general news.
We can furnish The Times and The Adah
County News both for 4.50 per year.
Woodson
Greensburg, Ky.
Always appreciates
Adjoining Counties and is constantly of-
r fering and giving to
"
.in all Lines of goods,
. Ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe
to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid.
H J-
Any goods no satisfactory can be re
turned by Parcel Post, if in seven dayt
i
after sent out
Woodson
Look to Your Plumbing
You know what happens in a house
in which the plumbing is in poor con
ditioneverybody in the house is lia
ble to contract typhoid or some other
fever. The digestive organs perform
the same functions in the human body
as the plumbing does for the house,'
and they should be kept in first class
condition all the time. If you have
any trouble with your digestion take
Chamberlain's Tablets and you are
certain to get quick relief. For sale
by Paull Drug Co. Ad.
Daily
Times
Lewis
trade from Ad airland
ail comers, Bargains
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Lewis
THE
LOUISVILLE
TIMES
FOR 1913
BRIGHTER.-BETTER,
BiGGER THAN EVER
THE REGULAR PRICE OF
THE LOUISVILLE TIMES
IS $5.00 A YEAR
IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE)
TO US, YOU CAN GET
THE ADAIR COUNT!
NEWS
AND
THE LOUISVILEE
TIMES
BOTH ONE YEAR
FOR ONLY $4.50.
THE LOUISVILLE TIMES
the best afternoon paper prin
ted anywhere.
Has the best corps of corrw-
pondents.
Covers the Kentucky field psi
fectly.
Covers the general news fitl
completely.
Has the best and fullest mu
kets reports.
DEMOCRATIC in politics bi
fair to everybody.
SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP
TION RIGHT AWAY
DENTAL OFFICE
Dr. James Triplett
DENTIST
OVBR FATJTjTj DRUG- CO.
Columbia, Ky.
RES PHONE 2D. OFFICES PHONH
and Indigestion caused me creat distress
for two years. I triet many things for I
renet, Dutpotnttio neip. tmatiasti round
it in the best pills or medicino I over tried
DR. KING'S
NewLifePills
C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. Va.
26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRl'GGISTS.
I
WELL DRILLER
I will drill wells in Adair and
adjoining counties. See me be
fore contracting. Latest im
yroved machinery of all kinds.
f? ... ,
v J-'ump JKepinng jjone. uave
:meCall. -
J. C. YATES
Special
All Persons Who Are Behind
One Year on our Subscrip
tion Books
Will have to Come off, Under
the Law if not Paid at once
The Government
Will Not carry Papers, in the
Mail for Parties who Owe
More than one Year
Found by Accident.
Many valuabe inventions have
come to light by the merest ac
cident. For many months a
young man in the Kimberly dia-
amond mines was experimenting
in trying to find a way of sepa
rating the diamonds from other
stones other than by the long
drawn-out, tiresome hand-picking.
He found only failure no
matter which way he worked,
but he did not become discour
aged. Finally one day a garnet
and a diamond happened to be
on a small board with which he
was working at his bench. He
happened also, to tip the board
in such a way that the two stones
reached it; the diamond stopped,
however, and the garnet kept
right on and fell off the board.
This fact so impressed the young
man, that he wondered if the
diamond just happened to stop
or whether the grease had the
effect. He tried it again and
again with that and with other
diamonds and he found that by
coating a board with grease and
holding it at a slight incline, and
then vibrating it, all of the dia
monds would cling to the board
and every other stone would roll
off. He was delighted with his
accidental discovery and soon
invented a machine which was a
success from the very start, and
within a few months hand-picking
was superseded and a great
deal of labor and cost was saved
to the mine owners.
round a Cure for Rheumatism
"I suffered with rheumatism for two
years and could not get my right hand
to my mouth for that length of time,"
writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton,
Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I
could not sleep or lie still at night,
rive years ago I began using Cham
berlain's Liniment and in two months
I was well and have not suffered, with
rheumatism since. " Fot sale by Paul!
Drug Co. Ad
Some men have so dura little
to think,of ,thatthey cant-.re-member
. to wind. an. eight-day
clock.
Notice
The Good Citizen's Decalogue.
First. Remember thy garbage
can to keep it covered lest thy
garbage become a stench in the
nostrils of the people and breed
j flies.
Second. Thou shalt cut the
weeds in thy vacant lot lest it
become a hiding place for old tin
cans, which catch water and
breed mosquitoes; papers and
divers sort of trash.
Third. Thou shalt bear wit
ness against thy neighbor's rub
bish heap, likewise his dirty
back yard,
Fourth. Thou shalt clean out
the habitation of thy horses and
thy cow frequently lest the sta
ble fly flourisheth and spread in
fantile paralysis and theShouse
fly breed by the thousand and
millions and annoy thee and thy
beast and produce much sickness
inthy family,
Fifth. Thou shalt prevent the
breeding of the fly in the spring
time that thy children unto the
third and fourth generation need
net swat him later.
Sixth. Remember thy back
yard and alley to keep them
clean. Six days shalt thou la
bor to keep thy premises clean,
and if yet the task is not accom
plished thou couldest do worse
than continue on the seventh.
Seventh. Thou shalt covet all
the air and sunshine thou canst
obtain.
Eighth. Look not upon the
milk when it cometh "Jfrom the
unclean dairy.for the doctor will
not hold thee guiltless if thy in
fant sickeneth , therefrom and
die. ' '
Ninth. Remember 4thy clean
ing up day and keep it wholly.
Tenth. If thou dost hearken
unto these sayings to do them
thou shalt live long in the land.
It is a mighty good thingto re-
member that every man
yott
meet is looking, for the best of
---'i
it.
Purdy.
Mr. J. B. Burton is in a. bad!
condition at this writing.
Mr. Marcus McQueary had th.
misfortune to lose a nice cow1
and calf one day last week.
We have had a Sunday School
organized at Purdy with a large
attendance with Mr. Henry Good
in Superintendent.
Rev. Richard Harmon preached
an interesting sermon at Purdy
last Sunday.
Rev. Richard Harmon will
preach at Purdy the second Sun
day in May.
Wheat is looking fine at this
time.
The farmers are getting ready
to plant corn as soon as the
ground gets warm enough.
Mrs. Telia Hadley was by the
bedside of her sick mother and
sister last Sunday.
Miss Martha McQueary is
spending several days with her
brother, Mr. Pete McQueary.
Mr. Jo McQueary and wife
were visiting the latter3 parents
last Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. Richard Harmon is can
vassing this neighborhood for a
fruit and nursery company.
Misses Ann Hadley and Laura
Childers were the guest of Miss
Cordelia McQueary last Sunday.
Old auDt Jane Curry is a little
better at this writing. She has
been in a critical condition.
Mrs. Mary Black was the
guest of Miss Cordelia McQueary
last Sunday.
Mr. George Cook's wife pre
sented him, with a twelve pound
daughter.
Mrs. F. W. McQueary and
daughter, Miss Martha, were
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wes
ley Burton, last Sunday.
Mr. J. T. McElroy and family
visited their daughter, Mrs. Rob
ert Burton, last Saturday night
and Sunday.
Mr. Mos3 Burton and wife vis
ited the latters parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lincoln Burton.
Mr. Mark McQueary made a
business trip to Columbia last
Monday.
Mr. J. M. Burton lost a nice
calf one day last week.
We learn that Mr. Marcus Mc
Queary has a sale next Saturday
preparatory for going to Indiana.
We learn that old aunt Nan
Bryant is dangerously ill. She
i3 the wife of Jim Bryant, better
known as daddy Jim.
Rev. J. D. Burtonhad services
on Damron s Crsek last Sunday,
Mr. John Goodin and wife vis
ited the latters mother, Mrs.
Flurinda Burton, last Sunday.
We are glad to know that the
people have been so kind and
good to Mr. Richard Burton to
give them a small portion of
their household goods to aid them
to get to house keeping again af
ter getting all tfieir household
goods destroyed by fire.
Mr. M. W. Burton made the
I regular trip with Mr. Alvin Bur
ton, our huxter last Monday.
Miss Maud Goodin was the
guest of Miss Ida Burton last
Sunday. ,
Mr. F. W. McQueary turned
hie horses out one morning:last
wek and found one of 'them
very Jlame. ' On examination!
. T
1'found a snag in its foot.
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