The Carlisle Mercury, Nicholas Co., KY. Thursday 27 June 1912
A large black snake was killed by a black man on Main Street.
Quite a number of our citizens attended the meeting of old settlers, at
Carlisle, the 15th inst.
John Wells lost a fine milk cow from milk fever a few days ago.
Mr. Frank Huffstetter, our Circuit Clerk had a fine young horse to fall dead
while being gaited to the saddle
Uncle Billie Letton is soon to go to Missouri to visit his relatives and
They have a nice and interesting Sunday School (_______) (______) (___) nice
lot of visitors that Sunday among the visitors was Rev. Justian (?)
McClintock, of Millersburg.
There is going to be a Sunday School Convention at Headquarters, the 28th
inst. And a goodly number are going from our city
The Senior Editor of the Mercury was out in our town last week hunting
flowers, stoning birds, climbing trees and in fact active like a boy in his
teens, but nevertheless we are glad to see the children happy if we must
sacrifice our birds. Come again Mr G. R.
Mrs. Knox, a few evenings ago, upon going to retire discovered a house snake
lying in her window, she brought the broom into action and killed the
Airy Height is a beautiful country home built by Mr. Taylor Potts for a
summer residence. It is beautifully situated overlooking all the
surrounding country, and judging from the visitors that visited the home
last Sunday, it will prove to be quite a resort. Children's sport consisted
in swinging, climbing the tall young trees and the merry laughter showed how
they were enjoying country life. The men seated in the shade, upon the
waving blue grass, discussed politics and telling who will be nominated at
Chicago and who will be our next President, they too seemed happy and free
from care. A beautiful and quiet place to spend the Sundays.
There is no good need of any one being troubled with constipation.
Chamberlain's Tablets will cause an agreeable movement of the bowels without
any unpleasant effect. Give them a trial. For sale by Chas. E. Butler and