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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE.
The new currency law contains one good feature.
T. !l ..IUukI linnlro in lllVPBf. II 11011.1011 01
Ii:. '-H- 'iJuruHwj uuHuuin w"""1 - - a
?-: their funds in farm mortgages under certain re
strictions. This will place more credit at the ser
vice of the farmers and furnish the banks with a
', desirable line of investments. It is a pity that this
reform was not adopted years ago. Tho idea is
MORE "HIGH COST" BUSINESS.
The investigation into the affairs of the 'Frisco
. Bailway discloses that its fiscal troubles were caus
ed by the high cost of gold bricks. -Kansas City
THE EIGHT KIND OF PLUOK.
With the raging waters in Texas subsiding the
Houston Post has a cartoon showing the bright side
of the flood. The Post is thankful for these things:
if ' "The flood came when tlic crops naa ueeu guui-
VS.' v f rwoA nurl mnvlffitofl.
"People generally were prosperous.
" "Texas had produced $750,000,000 worth of farm
'There will be plenty of work and good wages,
"The waters have covered the land with silt,
,ono of the greatest fertilizers, meaning a greatly
'Jr . increased cron.
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iX.", lno people nave oeen quicuiy succurcu im
money, clothing and food."
THE WILSON BRAND.
One hundred thousand men are reported to be ,
out of work and idle on the Pacific Coast. The
city of Seattle is reported to bo in worse condi
tion as regards the labor problem than ever before
in its history. The Standard Oil Company and
other big concerns which use tin plate have pluced
orders with "Wales factories for 30,000 to 40,000
tons of tin plate, at a cost of $1,325,000. Over at
Pittsburgh, a day's journey from Charleston, six
thousand men were laid off at one time from two
separate plants, a week or so ago. In Philadelphia
the Baldwin Locomotive "Works is employing a
comparatively small force because there are no
orders ahead. All this may be prosperity. If so,
it is a brand this country has become unused to
during recent years, and it will naturally require
some little time for people who hail from Missouri
to accustom themselves to the ""Wilson, that's all"
kind. Charleston QV. Va.) News.
WHAT'S COMING NEXT?
Leading tho suffragist movement in Montclair,
N. J., is Mrs. Gordon Smith, who believes that
- woman, if permitted, can successfully operate the
Government. Recently she applied to the munici
jj pal officers to establish a new civic department,
that of supervision of tho installation of heating
'' furnaces in dwellings. An official salaried, of
'course, at the expense of the taxpayers was to
, inspect all such apparatus while it was being set
" in place, and was to issue a certificate of satisfac-
' tion. Inquiry develops the interesting fact that
; Mrs. Smith was sued by a furnace setter who want-
ed to be paid for an installation. Though she de-
' --' clared that the apparatus would not heat the house,
'the jury found against her. AVherefore thu de-
"mand for the new ordinance and the new officials.
- -Mrs. Smith's sad experience give3 rise to the
thoueht that behind most of tho modern paternal
and sumptuary legislation, a great many disap
pointments akin to her ovn. An ordinarily shrewd
housewife, even though not a liberator of her sex,
would have bargained with the furnace dealer for
the simple agreement of "heat or no pay." It is
refreshing to learn that the city fathers of Mont
clair have wisely taken tho demand for the new
department "under consideration." Cincinnati
WOMAN, 1914 MODEL.
"""The 1914 model woman will surpass previous
models yet produced. This is absolutely guaran
teed. Men should place their options at once, for,
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?'V$? "who make a. quick choice will naturally secure
igSfytf. fhn hpnf-lnnlrino- rnnl rrimnrminnR. Onh one to a
$$f;the best-looking road companions. Only one to a
customer, although tnoso wno maice a selection
which proves unsatisfactory may later have a sec
ond choice, after lawfully disposing of the first one.
. The 1914 model will be Very graceful, with slim
body, well curved, so as to attract immediate at-
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Bure, have slwaU waist, firm clutch, partially vis-
' iblo mechanism below the body, as in previous sea-
v Isons, and will bo absolutely tireless. She will bo
,-. laomewhat uara to control ana win require more io
$&.' run than any previous model, but will make up for
f i. this in speed. Owners should put on the brakes
"VfTvery frequently, however, for if she once exceeds
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VI1U lllUlt, lb Will UU VVlf IIU1U IU lXVUi UU KlUII" HIW
. lawful speed thereafter.
$f There will bo several colors to chooso'from. Tho
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iCCryilBl hiiuuu wiui vuvw ivy fuiu .vuu uuiu muu-
MftliftjJigpdledjearefuliy;! .Qwnera should bear
... ,tinr.Ti Ju4iujjjv0ry tpt'to skid
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'HirvimHin: Tfliin.. a1 drv town, is said to ha
ly 1,000 open saloons aild it seems as" if tnlTCity.
officials are powerle to do anything, 1'
HOW TO -KEEP PEACE.
A Wisconsin official, having in mind the1 unusual
conditions which no hedge about thef articlo of
mntritnonv in that St.lte, has assumed a paternal
role, and gives tho following advico to prospective
brides and grooms :
Don't argue. .,
Don't bo boss.
Don't show your own importance.
Don't forget who you arc and what your wife is.
Don't bo deceitful.
Don't bo selfish.
Don't be grouchy.
Don't be a spendthrift or a tight wad.
Don't forget that your wife's mother is the same
to your wife as your mother is to you. ,
Don't forget the church.
Don't forget that "the man worth while is the
man who can smile when everything goes dead
Don't stay at home all tho time.
Don't let your wife vote.
Don't let your husband bring his business cares
Don't let your wife go through your pockets.
Don't have an affinity.
Don't forget to wipe your shoes before you come,
in the house.
Don't butt in.
If these simple rules were observed the world
over the divorce question would not exist.
IN SEARCH OF HEALTH.
Tho public believes that every disease has its
remedy, and in the search for that remedy hun
dreds of cults have sprung up. One man pins his
faith to minute doses of powerful drugs; another
walks barefoot over wet crass; ahothcr eats raw
fruit and grain; one is confident Ut mud baths
induce health, and still another urges us o chew
each mouthful of food at least thirty times before
swallowing. No doubt every one of those ' cures
is o some benefit to some form of disease. The
mistake of followers of the treatments is in think
ing their particular remedy is a cure-all for every
malady. There are no universal remedies. Every
typo of disease must receive special attention and
be treated in tho way long experience and study
has taught is best adapted to the case. Certain
ills respond quickly to drugs the virtues of which
are sometimes wonderfully effective; others need
nothing but fresh air; still others, a change of cli
mate, while a variety of diseases need no drngo and
no journeys to the mountains, but are best relieved
by simple dieting. And just as the variety of drug
memirations is almost beyond the power of the
maker to recall and is daily being increased by the
chemist and pharmacist, so a great variety of rem
edies has been brought out that cannot be consid
ered as drugs, but which still possess singular cur
ative properties. Some diseases are best relieved
by special foods prepared of materials that do not
aggravate the abnormal condition, of the patient,
but that tend to remove the disturbing cause. Many
of the preparations advertised as special foods con
tain ingredients which arc harmful to persons suf
fering from these diseases. Diabetic foods are
supposed to contain gluten in place of starch, yet
most of the commercial diabetic flours are by no
means pure gluten since they contain considerable
quantities of starch. Some of them are nothing
more than whole wheat or Graham flours, and are
positively dangerous for diabetic invalids use. They
are sold at a high price and their merits are ex
plained in misleading and untruthful advertise
ments. Food adulteration in no form assumes a
more dangerous attitude than when it puts on the
garb of medicinal preparations, and poses as a cur
for serious diseases. Patients depending on fraud
ulent diabetic flours would fare better on their
ordinary diet, for while they feel secure in con
suming breads made from the supposedly starch
free flour, they may be indulging in sufficient
starchy food to bring their malady to a speedy and
By Beiag Constantly Supplied With
tirctor of tho
llio rotd produc
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, of
this place, "with sick headache, and
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Tlicdford's Black-Draught, which I did,
ana 1 louna u io uc inc utsi laimiy uicui-
cine. for young ana oia.
1 keep Black-Draught on hand all the
lime now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick
ness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and lias been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
It has been In constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your drucuist sells and recommends
Rlack-DrauGht. Price only 25c. Get a
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r Qt0TU E. Robert,
SnI&t, tho rata of all
il in tho world during
m A.Wood & Bro.
Market Sirtivl. MAYSVIUE, K9.
All fdntl f Fritfth Mat. Cnuli paid fpr
batclttrs' stock, ltld nd tnllovr.
HAY BE CHANGED
Drastic Eogulation of Automobiles Pro
vided In BUI Which la To Bo Sub
nitttcd To Noxt Session of
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Second Floor Mnmnilo Temple,
Third nol MnrketrureeU,
Nprvlnl Mention to 1IUciim- or tbr
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
fiohUnct, iMK TMnlfit Teliphnntt
octet U, rttlientel, Vfflethourt, to o it
a.m.; 3 to ip. :,1taip.m, Hundayi
Tho now law regulating automobilos
is to bo submitted to tho Kontucky Log
islaturo making it a misdemeanor for
any ono intoxicated to drivo an auto
mobile, with a 450 due as tho penalty.
Speed limits from eight miles in a
city center to twenty miles on a road
aro imposed, nml the quartcr-iuilo rulo
which permitted auy speed for a dis
tanco less than that is duno away with.
All drivers except owners must have
chauffeur license. In case of civil ac
tion from accident, tho burden of
proof is on the motorist.
A chauffeur who forfeits his licenso
for drunkenness Is forever donied one,
and if a chauffeur gets drunk tho own
er of a car must notify the Statu board
of examiners under penalty of forfeit
ing his own license.
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4 LUKE M'LUKE'S BITS OF .$.
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Electric and Alcobol
Trays, Gillett Shav
ing Sots, Uanes, eto.
Fine linoof Diamond
Kings from $IU up.
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
Saturdky is Sal
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Joods of all
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LUUICS iDIU dllU 0l OU 73 tfU.CJU. I.QUIUO
FinR Goats S3.98 and $4.98.
Fur Sets ana Muffs for lesi than half price.
$1.50 Blankets anti Comyorts 89c
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS
$1 Silk, yard Wide, 379c Novelty Dre
Goods, 50c quality, 2fcc.
Staple goods of all kinds, such as Cottons,
Ginghams, for less thjan wholesale price
NEW YORK STORE s- 'VSH
REFLECTIONS OP A BUSINESS -MAN.
If at first you don't succeed, guess again.
"Women can't understand why men' waste so
much money buying useful things.
People who enn't get into society think that so
ciety is scandalous, and people who can't succeed
in business become inuckrakers.
One-sided arguments never become strenuous
enough to require tho presence of the police.
Set a thief to catch a thief, says the old proverb.
But if you'd put it into actual practice, half the
world would bo chasing the other half.
HE WOULD HELP.
' The conductor rcturnod tho Canadian dlmo to the little
woman with a worried look on her face.
"Can't tako that monoy, madam," said he. Her faco
flushed and she bold it helplessly in hor hand for a moment.
MWIiv ivhv nnff" Rhn r1(Ai1 tn n. tmnll volco. I
"It's Canadian," explained tho conductor, wearily.
But tho man in tho corner, though ho had paid littlo
attontion to anything boforo, stralghtouod up with an effort
and proved bis chivalry. Loaning forward, ho said in a
somewhat husky volco:
Sharaojiitt'ltJ Npno of theash ycrp, corporations
have any kind pt feolinj. But 'noveyou adndriteanr-
Th rough this new year that should you
Tho world will miss you and will sigh.
That when tho undertaker hears
Of your demise, ho will shed tears.
Should Say Not.
"A bird in tho hand is worth two in
the bush," observed tho man who was
stepping into tho political job.
"Not when you are called upon to cat
crow," said tho men who was stopping
out of tho political job.
"Who Is tho greatest American hu
horistf" asked the Old Fogy.
'.'Tho guy who gets up those adver
tising posters for tho Army and Navy,"
replied tho Grouch.
Things To Worry About.
Skeletons aro on tho Tree List.
Our Daily Special.
If It Hns Pneumatic Tires and Cush
ioned Seats It Isnt A Water Wagon,
Luko McLuko Says.
May tho Now Year bo so kind to you
that you will forget tho tasto of Castor
Oil and forget how to spell Troublo.
You novor heard of n man applying
'for a divorce on tho grouud that his'
wifo wouldn't go to church with him
During tho first year of married lifo
Paw gets two wholo bureau drawers to
keep his things in. Thon years later ho
is lucky to get to hang his duds up ou
tho floor in ono of tho closots.
You can't chango tho shapo of your
tioso. But it is different with the color.
It is about timo soino of tho kiudly
reformers organized a Society for tho
Trovontion of Cruelty to Taxicabs.
Thpro aro a wholo lot of people in tho
world who imagino it would bo Pio to
bo ablo to Ho awako oil night and worry
over tho Income Tax.
You can dream that you aro out of
debt, but you can't sloop yoursolf out
MASON COUNTY HEALTH LEAGUE
HEADQUARTEES OP VISITING
, MISS OASEY
30 lUsT TfURD STREET
8 to 0'. 0. m. 'Phon
1 to 12 p. m.
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School for Teachers
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Lmiotf. miTt4aTtraMrl. Thlrt Telia Jifeuirr
OlllttL, of Goods
And Residence For Sale.
Wo ha7o a splendid business storo
room, and rosldonco, on East Second
stroct for salo. Will soil tho property
and inovo tho stock of goods, or will
nako It an object for tho buyer of tho
proporty to tako over tho business.
This is ono of the best buslnos3 loca
tions on East Second street, with an old
and established business. Tho business
is making monoy, but owner wants to
soli for porsonal reason. Wo moan to
soil thl3 very desirablo liroporty, and
if you want to tako bold of a money
makor wo have it In this place Just
what you aro looking for. Sec us at onco
for particulars, as to prico, timo of
possession, nd tonns.
wo can Huppi .
shades, gas poii
luke Home Bright a
fou with the equipment. Fancy gas
bles and; gas domeH, gas mantels and
Also nil lintf of gas Heating and Cooking
Cor. Third and
d i?25r.f m Tra&iYFK
jgl j ou , i".rtj Limesiuni: -ircDi -
To decide where you
(era inducement: that
senso will tnach you
to pay a little ninro tl
and agents we tmvo any nunn
the regularity of Our marp
wlnt to ft
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t at wh
fell your tobacco Wo feel that Maysvillo of-
mnilrpf. nun limit und few O(lUa). CommOIl
re the big redryers aro tne factories can afford
nlrniRs. Hemdes the reanlxr Ncrory buyers
Hr of speculators whose buying adds muoh to
ot. Therefore, Mavsville tbo maricer., urowers
A PERFECT FLOUR THAT
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JOHN . POBTi
17 Dlllt Aornnd It
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Modem Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas 'Vork a (Specialty.
Handli'Only the Beatof material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Ras titove
and Ranges, All Sims ol dower Pipe.
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The, mild weather of the past week has left us
wijn quite a stock of Holiday Footwear, which
we are determined must find new owners today.
(UST CLEAR OUT EVERY
FAIR OF HOLIDAY SHOES
IN THE HOUSE.
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GKOWBRSl WAREHOUSE CO.
Free Slalls-ln Ilia Livery Stablns. New Telephone 272.
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