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"AH things coino round to him who
Oh, nonsense, rubbish, stuffl
All things conio round to somo one else
If wo wait long enough.
Wayne Flymnlo shot niul killed
Qrceno Clinrlos nt I'ikovlllo nftor
Charles liml ordered liim from the
THE TIME TO PLANT TREES.
February i the month to plant tree',
njid people nro now milking their orders
'for fruit trees. If every mini, woman
nml child In Mason County would plant
ono fruit trco each during next month,
it would add to 1ho health, wealth uud
happiness of the people and to tho coun
ty's great fruit growing industry, as
We Lead the Market
Wo sold 8,000 pounds Tuesday, January 20tb, at an
average of: $13.25 per hundred. Some averages on crops sold
by us the past week :
James Dwyer, Mason county, 3,700 lbs at $17.00.
Henry .Ilolton, Pendleton county, 2,370 lbs at $17.12.
Flarity fc O'Neal, Mason county, 11,355 lUs at $1G.80.
Finch it Pcfior, Mason county, 11,000 lbs at $15,96.
" Bouldon & Meyers, Mason county, 9,020 lbs at $14 84.
G. R. Bradford, Brown connty, O., 1,810 lbs at $14.00.
Hull & Hornback, Lewis county, 3,815 lbs at $13.50.
Case ife McDaniels, Robertson county, 3,540 lbs at $13 50.
We can got you tie highest price. Give us a trial.
FARMERS and PLANTERS
WAREHOUSE COMPANY, Inc.
THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP i
ALWAYS A FKATt'KK.
Bargain Prices, 5c 10c
The anti-Saloon League has instruct
ed Itev. R S. Politt to cancel tho en
gagement for ex-Dovernor Patterson to
speak in Ashland ncct Tuesday evening.
Tho reason given say.s that if ho speaks
here' at tho time named, ho would not
bo able to fill n prior appointment to
apeak in Tennessee.
on her recent tour of America included Battle Creek, tho great
Pure rood. Center, in her itinerary. Speaking of diet for children
she makes the following statement (in the Chicago Dally Journal
of Dec. 31, 1913:)
"Coffee and tea should never
be placed within reach of a .
Besides being an educator, Madame Monteoaori is a physician,
and bases this advice on her scientific knowledge that au ordinary
cup of coffee contains about S'a grains of caffeine a poUonou
drug, (also found in tea). t
In those days of liberal education tho average American pa
rent is becoming informed concerning the baneful effects of tea
and coffee drinking, not only on the youth, but on ttooso further
aloqg in life.
How much better to place before tho children (and older ones
too) a wholesome, nutritious, pure food-drink such as
Made only of prime whole wheat and a small percent of pure
molassos, Postum contains only the rich native value of tho grain
good for youug and old. Postum la free, from caffeine 6"t other
Postum comes in two forms:
REOULAR POSTUM must be woll boiled to bring out its
rich flavour and food value. ICa and 2Gc packages.
INSTANT POSTUM a solublo powder. A teasrtoonful stirred
in a cup of hot water with cream and BUgar makes a delightful
beverage INSTANTLY. 30c and 60c tins.
The cost per cup of both kinds is about the same.
"Then's Reason" for POSTUM
Lltt)l'rtuur'a .mother, after by
Ing Id, VaJn 8ot h,m t0 swallow a pill,
concealed it in a banana, which she
gave him. Presently when (die ashed
him if ho had eaten the banana ho io
pliodt "Yes, mnp.inrf, till but tho
seed. ' '
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Ji .BEAUTIFUL 1UQH-N00N WED
DINQ AT HOMER, ILL.
Mr. Claud Vnlonttno .links, who
visited Kontucky more than a year ago
will bo married to Miss Blaucho Darr
tomorrow, Thursday, February 5th.
Aftor a dinner tho bridal party will
bo nutood to Danville, 111., to the homo
of B. N. Jluks, a business man of that
city and brother of tho groom, whoro
they will board tho midnight trntu for
Kontucky to spond n while with rela
tives. Then they will later return to Homor,
111., whoro tho groom has n homo tur
nlshed just to suit his beautiful nnd
Mr. Jinks is n nophow of Mrs. Mary
Pegmnn nnd Mrs. Lotta Coryell df this
county. ! M
An investigation of alleged eorrup
Hon in the.dapaneso navy is being
conducted in Tokio.
C. & O. BUYS MORE FREIGHT CARS.
Cincinnati, O., February 2. That the
Chesapeake and Ohio is making every
effort to handle its fust expanding coal
tratllc and to increase its facilities wns
borno out yesterday by tho news that
this system has ordered 7,000 coal cars,
1,000 bteol gondolas to bo lor tho Hock
ing Valley branch.
nU ty Oceeem tvryMce.
Advice to Kidney Sufferers
Kemullng i he wondorful curative
merits ot vmir HwnntpJtnnt, 1 enniiot
say too miii-li. Iter sulioriug toverely
for three years n more with seere
paltis caused by weak kidneys, 1 wan
Anally induced to try Swamp-Hoot
through n testimonial I read In ono of
tho nowspnpers. j. was in such n condl
tlon thnt I wns obliged to nrlso from
my bed six or oight times every night.
1 purchased a fifty-cent bottle and bo
fpro It was used felt so much relief
that I purchased a ono-dollar bottle
and by tho time this wns takeji tho old
pains had loft my back and I could
sleep I he whole night through. I tint
a ret'ued planter, 70 years of age, nnd
owing to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, 1
am hi tho best of health and feel like
n boy. i mn always glad to recommend
Swamp Root to those who are in need
' ' C. E. USSERV,- '
Personally appeared before mo, this
8th of Septomber, 1009, C. E. Ussery,
who subscribed tho abovo statement and
made oath that tlc samo Is tnio in sub
stance and in fnct.
T. ... M'LANE,
Dr. Kilmor & Co.,
Blnghnmtop, N. Y.
Provo What Bwamp-Boot Will Do
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer1 & Co,
Ringhamton, N. Y., for a sample sl?c
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also leceivo n booklet of valuable
information, tolling about the kidneys
and bladdor. "When writing, bo sure
and mention Th0 Mnysvillo Daily P b
lie Ledger. Jtegulnr fifty-ceut and one
dollnr sizo bottles for salo at all drug
Hy tho voto of 40 to 30 tho bill look
ing to a constitutional amendment,
whereby convicts may work tho public
ro.ids, was defented in tho House, but
Inter reconsidered and recommitted.
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"The Unwelcome Throne"
IN THREE REELS.
Discuspcd at Lexington i Jonvontlon
of Trained Nursos. Noted Speak
(Tuesday's Lexington Herald.)
The reaching of the middle elassos
who nro in need of professional nursing
during periods of illness wns the sub
ject of an interesting talk Monday nft
ornoon by Miss Ella Phillips Cr.indall,
instructor in tho Teachers' College of
Columbia University, of New York,
and Executive Secretary of tho Nutiou
nl Organization of rub'ic Health Nurs
ing. Tho meeting was held at 3 o'clock
in tho count v courtroom. Miss L'hloo
Jiii'kson, formerly of the Fayette Coun
ty Tuberculosis Clinic, una now doiug
Held work uudor tho direction of tho
State Tuberculosis Commission, of
Tho subject as discussed by Miss
Crandall, who is ono of tho gifted wom
en of the country,' wns heard by an au
dienco not largo in numbers but intonso
ly appreciate e. Tho speaker brought
out ninny phases of tho work, that any
nuin or woman however much they
might bo interested in tho uplift of
humanity would bo staggered by tho
iorco of her arguments as to how little
they really know. Tho speaker said in
"Tliero aro tliree methods of reach
ing those who are ill with nurses and
nutsing. First, tho established hospitals,
piivato nurses and tho public health
nurses. Tho former take euro of tho
rich, who go to tho hospitals and by
privnto nursing if they desire to remnin
at homo, becauso in oithor instanco they
aro amply nblo to pay tho prlco. Tho
poor, thOBO dopoudont upon charity, nlso
get attontion in tho privnto words at
tho orponso of tho city, county, chni
itablo organizations und churches,
W'hilo the great middle class, tho bread
winners, tho skilled laborors and otheii
whoso salaries aro from $10 to $2.r pu
weok, must seek the Public Health
"They nro unablo to go to tlio no
pitals and pay tho bill ard nun io
main at home nnd horo is tvherc we nro
getting iu our work by poking out such
homes, which largely outnumber that
of tho rich and the poor.
"Tho servico ol the Public llcnlth
Nurso and the School Nurtu is a paid
sorvico, not a charity culling, it is
skilled, compoteut tn.d Mio into-pretor
and Instructor o&tho home in :initary
nnd hygenic laws nnd customs. Tho
pay of tho Public ITealth Nurso is from
10 conts a trip, enough to pay her faro,
up to u living snlary, tho latter usually
100 Uewnrd, IOO.
The Mtdets ot thl paper will be pletied to
loUnce dm been kble to eure In all tti iugei,asri
thfttli Ctrrn. IHU'i CattrmOure titb only
poiltlve'oure nowknown to the medlo<raternlty,
Gatarrb being a ooQitltutlonal dlieaie,requ!r"i a
oonitltutlonMtreatroDt. Ual'CAtrr Jroli
Uken lnteraally, aotlnr dtreotly upon ue blood
ana inucoui,iurtacei of the iytem, thereby da
tb'epatlentitrengtb by building uptheoooittta
(Ion mqd tulttlDg nature lu dolnlti work. Th
proprietors bave io muob faith In tti curatlv
powtnthat they offer One Hnndred Dollar! let
AHiVF.J. ORKMSV A COToleao,0.
MM by all DtMfUti, lie.
mp mM&mm mm
"NEW .BILL, GIVES ?0,$OO,O TOR
0III0 RIVER. nVIPROVMENT,
Wnrthlngtou. Tho Ohio River will
get Its full appropriation of nearly $D,
000,000, recommended by the Hoard of
Engineers, in tho coming npporprlntiou
bills, it wns lenrned today.
BRIEF SERMON d.
Tho thoughts put into sermons somo
times suggest tho pay of tho prenchor.
There urn other nvoontlons than flsli
ing thnt make mnu nnd truth Htrnugors.
The faults of plain women nro less
fien.uontly criticised thnn Iheso of pret
Somo "Very wlso women palnl and
powder, Jiut not even the wise nun im
prove upon nature.
Ainan who remains Ill-tempered when
tho weather is Hue nnd those about him
are gracious needs a doctor. Judge.
Brings Most Money
Why Most Tobacco
Is Sold at the
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being paid by philautlirnpic means, city
and county goNcrnments, and such or
gnuirations nt. are looking after tho up
lift of the grent common people.
"It wns not until tho nineteenth con
tury that the work first appealed to
people In power, when in 18."!) iu Llvor-
pool it was given oflicinl organization'
nnd standardization by (jucen Victoria. I
InAimrica the llist step was inaugurated
in 1S77. From a smull start the work
had grown in 1001 to Uity-six nssocia
tions, with 150 nurses while iu 1013 it
showed 1,330 associations and 4,000
nurses. Tlie public lieaith nurses ar
ndvancing tho work of ferreting out
eiirnblj and preventable diseases. Thoy
nro advanced in the science of sanita
tion, and hygiene nnd when they oute.'
tho home, demonstrate and givo instiuc
Hon iu the observance of siHi rules and
regulations ns aro calculated to im
provo hoaltli conditions. Tho publie
school nurso a branch tho work,
.simplifies tho work of tho truant offi
cers, reaches directly the ills nnd
troubles of child life and gots still
closer to tho basic principle ot rnco per
petuation by looking after und earing
for tho infants.
"In Eng)"ud. nnd other countries of
the old won 1 laws havo been put jnto use
protecting working women for certain
periods before and after childbirth for
tho benefits obtained both to mothor
and her offspring. These laws nro tho
direct result of tho world-wido com
paigu for public health.
Miss Crnudnll said 200 cities, 12
States nnd four counties in the United
States wcra employing public health
nurses nnd nt living salaries. Tho
competency of the public health nurse
had nevor been questioned. Thoy tako
a technicnj courso and post grad
unto courses and when thoy enter tho
tick tooni, the badly kept home, tho
Lome with poor ventilation nnd poor
military arrangements they nro com
petent to give tho best nilvico and help.
Miss Crandall, who was introduced
to tho nudienco by Dr. Ernest B. Brad
ley, spoko for nioro than an hour and
held tho attoatlon of her hoarors bo
eauso every word nnd sontonce con
taiued n message to thoso who aro
well nnd in tho enjoyment of good
health. Miss Crandall loft last night
for au address at Louisvlllo, after which
sho goes to Washington, D. C, and
tlienco to "Richmond, Vu.
Miss Crnudall has made nn activo
Western c'inipaign in tho Interest of
tho work nnd upon her arrival hero
wns tlie gucat for luuchcou nt the
Phoenix hotel of the Public II cult h
nurses of Lexington nnd Central Ken
tucky and of tho Fnyctto County Tu
Amoi.g tho visiting public health
nurses who ntteude'd the meeting wore
Mbs Kinmn Hunt, of Paris; Miss Anna
Casey, of Mnysville, nnd Miss Mary
Williams, of Ashlnnd, Mr. Itoy French,
of the Btnto T uborftulosis Commission,
ennui to Lexington to hear Miss Crnu
dall. Mix contractors testified in tho John
I)oo rrobo of highway graft iu Now
York, Tho first man said bo gave $300
to tho Democratic State Committee at
the coHcltntion of Everett P, Fowler.
ma p tumwck
Henry Hallon, Anna Nelsson
and Miriam Cooper in
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN"
John Bunny, Ilughio Mack
and Josie Sadler in
Representatives itherspooii and
llensloy elmiged that experts of tho
hnvy had juggled with ilguios in tho
navy year book for 1013, to make tho
American navy appear Inferior to tuo
The first of "THK ADVENTU11E8 OF
KATHLYN," wild animal series. Kathlyn
has leopards for petn and lions for playmates,
Very realistic anil exciting.
Kead tho Telegram In the Lobby of
"EmancipatPd Women," Kalem Comedy
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat and Surgery
OFFICES Suite 14
First National Bank Building.
Secrotnij- Redfiold directed that
charges of nogligouco bo preferred
against Capt. Osinau Berry, of tho
steamer Nantucket! which collidad with
and sank tho llnor fI
defense iu the
Government's dlssoj Jition suit against
tho United States "6tool Corporation
testified thnt prices ',n he industry are
not fixed by ngrcoraout.
Hopes Her Statement, Made Public,
will Help Other Women.
HInes, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Rcld, of I this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done ma
a great aeai ot gooa. i
Before I commenced yuslng Cardui,
would snit ud everything 1 ate. 1 had a
tired, sleepy feeling all tlie time, arid was
Irregular. I could hardly drag around,
lrrepular. I could hardlv draz
and would have severe lieadaclies con
Since taking Cardui, D have entirely
quit spitting up what I ett.
ttingup wnat i eat. uveryining
seems to digest on rigitt, ana i nve
on riRitt, a
i In weight."
rained 10 pounds
If vou are a victim of anu of the numer
ous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re
lieving Just such ills, as Is proven by thc
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our ouice, year oy year.
Cardui is successful because it is com
posed of Ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
Cardui has helped others,, and will help
you, too. Oet a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your d ruejgist sells it.
Write Io t ChatUnoott Mrdkln Co., Udtci At
vUory Dipt.. Clutunooi. Ttmuitor Bp&W.ln-
(lOfU on your ti no in-siit pwi, """a
wmh, Mai w pmji wcw, m.u
mum," Mat la put f wrMW I
1 f- ft K gt9L Mb T1 inn t-f " J" - "rT
Bill "Ain't you afraid
when the market's off?"
Mixe "No, I'm goin' to
Just Itcceiveil, a Big Shipment of
VERY FANCY NEW CROP SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.
The Last 8bipment ot
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM
Now here, Can get no more this seasin.
TWO CARS VERY FANCY WHITE TABLE-POTATOES
From the best potato growing district in Michigan. Have contracted for
eeveral cars of extra selected Northern Seed Early Rose, Early Ohio, Early
Red Triumph and other varieties suitable to our soil and climate, all of
which will be here in time for early planting.
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Which is close at hand I have direct from Boston a big supply of Fanqy
Mackerel in barrels and buckets; also Codfish, White Fish, &c. Perfection
Flour, which haB no superior anywhere, always in stock. Coffees, both
green and roasted, of the highest grades. My stock is the best, prices low
est. Finest Teas that can be bought. Both Coffees and Teas are bought
directly from the importers for spot cash. CANNED GOODS My stock is
unusually largo and being bought directly from the cannerB at as low priest
as any jobber can buy such goods I am in position to meet the prices of any
ono and at same time give customers tho very best thnt can be packed.
Finest and freshest Seal Shipped Baltimore Oysters a specialty, Fruits and
Vegetables always in stoek. My aim shall continue to be to give my cus
tomers the very best at most reasonable prices. Country Produce, such as
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &c, such as my city trade requires, bought at eaih
prices, ana don't torget tbat i wuoiesaie as wen as retail,
R. B. LOVEL,
We Again Gell Attention to Our Ltne of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
McILVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral. Directors and Ombalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, Ky.
In a raid on a cuvo near Marietta,
Okla., officials captured four men and
wlint is said to bo a counterfeit outfit.-
Total resources of Kentucky nationil
banks wero about $1,000,000 more Jan
uary la than at tho timo of tho last
previous report, October 13, 1913, tho
Treasury Department announced.
We Will Give
To those who call and "PAY TH1IR ACCOUNTS." Ticket
given with each dollar paid; also tickets given with each cash
purchase ot $1 on the elegant diamond ring and ladies' gold
P, J. MURPHY, E JEWBD OPTICIAN.
"Of courso thoy tlo.M The Central Warehouso
hns Sales Managers and Auctione3r who by roason of
loug years of exporieuoo know how to get Good Prices.
Satisfaction necessarily follows. To all thoso who
havo sold tobacco with 'us wo will say we hopo to soil
ngaiu, and we ask those who have uuvor sold with ub
to givo us a trial. Wo bolieve wo can satisfy YOU.
tCll 1 KAL COMPANY.
.?. wS?l,,M -"
to take your tobacker down
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
"Push the button and
rest." The kind that
the whole family will
appreciate and enjoy.
Qon, James Grant Wilson, soldier,
editor and author, died in New York.
at tho ago of 81.
Four students of Bethol Female Col
logo at Hopkinsville woro rcudo critic
ally ill when thoy mistook wood aloohol
for flavoring extract and mixed it in a
welsh rarobit which thoy ate.
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