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America's Food Supply Is of Greatest Importance,
Says Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Who Is to Lecture Here
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DR. HARVEY W. WILEY
DR. IIAIIVEY W. WILEY, pure food expert and former chief of the Hureau of Chemistry of tho Dnlted
States Pepurtmeiit of Atfrieutture, Is probably the best iualllled uiati In tho entire country to speak on the
theme of "The Public Health Qur Greutest Natloual Asset" He will appear here during' Chautauqua
week, and hia visit will be one of the notable events of the season.
The lectures by Dr. Wiley carry a message that Is vital to every llreslde. He claims that North mid South
PcJe explorations and what the people of the Arctic regions eat are topics of luterest. but what the American
people are eatiutf Is of Infinitely more Importance. The laor problem, he says. Is of great Interest, but there can
be no high standard of labor without pure food.
Freed from the entanglements of jdeixartmental red. tape and etiquette, this veteran fighter is carrying his Unlit
to the peoplo and his lecture tours include cities from coast to coast Enemies of pure food quake In their boots
when they hear of Dr. Wiley's approach, and he baa done probably more than any other American to establish a
new pure foud standard.
The battleship Mississippi has been
sold to Greece for $7,000,000.
A littlo applied common srtise solves
most of tho problems and disposes of
practically all of the theories.
Today is the last
chance to get sea
son tickets for $2.
Price goes up to
Tor tho averago man, tho moat eflfec-
tivo disguise, is that of substituting n
soft hat for a derby. - -- reversing
the proceduro works pretty nearly as
WARS OF UNITED STATES AND TROOPS ENGAGED.
War of tho ltcvolutlca .,.rx, ,.-x,oo
Northwestern Indian -Wars ' 1700-1795
War with France J 1708-1800
War with Tripoli . ....... '- - - - .18.01-1805
Creek Indian War '.". ...1813.1814
War of 1812 . lSl.",
Seminole Indian Wnr '. 1817-1818
Black Tlawk Indian War
Creek Indian War. . -.
Florida Indian Wnr ;..
War with Mexico
Anache-Navaio itail Utah War.
Seminolo Indian" War.. .'
Spanish-American War, April-flecombor
Of this number 30,054 were regulars
began April 14, 1840; ended July 4,
S COLD DRINKS An s
DRUG CO. imotmW
HOW TO BE UNHAPPY. That former Senator I'aynter owed
Wear home-made shirts. (tho Larimer bank over $20,000 when lie
Write short stories for tho magazines, voted with the minority to allow the
Follow all tlio cures for rheumatism. Illinois man to retain his seat in the
Try to tell tho bartender how to mix Senate, was the report made by the dis
u drink. trict attorney.
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Many divorces granted by
bracken circuit court
The following divorce eases were
granted by tlio recent session of the
Bracken Circuit Court:
Dula Black vs. William Black.
Mary .lett vs. Charles Jett.
Nellie McNeil vs. Burdetto McNeil.
Alberta Johnson vs. C. K. Johnson.
Tho Mollie Sayers will caso was
finally settled, Tlio insane brother,
Jack Sayers, who is to tlio asylum, gets
$1225 of tho estate, less lawyers fees
and court costs, while the two-story
frame liouso in Augusta will be gold, the
proceeds to go to pay off iniuor be
nuests in the will. The remainder to go
I to St. Elizabeth hospital, Covington.
, S. Troops
, 1830-1837 '
; 73,770 militia and volunt
An extraordinary Tivo-Reel Feature
A story of Spain ami the bull tight.
flcn. Leonard Wood, former Chief of
Staff, will leave Washington soca to
take charge of tho Eastern Department
or t no army.
ICE CREAM A CURE 1
i Ice cream or chocolates are the best
cure for delirium tremens or plain
drunkenness either, according to I)r
Andreas P. .Christian, a leading Back
Bay, Mass., practitioner.
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jUhoy nay that Cupid strike tho match
I That sets tho heart nglow;
But whero does Cupid striko tho niatcb,
Is wlint I want to knowt
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Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre
Tents Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to fake
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
It was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
1 took eleven bottyes, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
I think Cardui is the -best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health. "
If you sutfer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottlcof Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
H'ritt t; Chattanooci Medietas Co., Ladles'
Advisory Deot., Chattanooea. Tenn., for Surf'
Inttrvctiont on your cats and 64-paeo book, "Horn
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Wo have for sale tho homo of
Mrs. H. O. Smith on East Fifth
street. This is a two-story
seven-room house in good re
pair, with water and gas in tho
house. There afe two lots that
go with the house. These lots
runs from Fifth back to Sixth
street. Wo do not hesitate to
say that this is a very cheap
place nt tho price asked for It,
and if you are looking for a
medium priced home wo don't
think tills ouo can bo dupli
cated in our city at tho price
"ROMEO AND JULIET"
liiograpli 'Burlesque Comedy.
"THE RISE OF
Probably the most unpleasant spec
tacle is that of a man in his (Mooiinter
To Get Moro Money Fifty-Soven Ken
tucky Men To Receivo Salary ,
Raises From Washington and
Only Two aro Decreased.
Washington, June 27 In so far as tlio
revenues of the Postoflico Department in
dicate tho current year has been n pros
perous one in Kentucky. As a result
of tho bustoess done by tho soveral
presidential postollices in tho State fifty-seven
presidential postmasters will
receive salary raises at tho beginning
of tho new fiscal year ou July 1. Only
two postmasters will have their salary
docked. The increases and decreases
are worked out ou the amount of rew
cnues of each postollice. Tho salary of
postmasters at tho following offices aro
to bo increased $100 per year thu jow
salaries to bo as follows:
'Ashland, $2,S00; Heaver Dam, $1,400;
Benton, $1,400; Berea, $1,900; Carlislo
$1,800; Carrollton $1,800; Cave City
$1,200; (l ay $1,200; Columbia $1,400;
Coryilon $1,100;. Cynthlana $2,300;
Danvillo $2,500; Eddyvllle $1,400;
Elkton $1,500; Flemingsburg, $1,700;
Olnsgow $2,300; Grayson $1,200;
Greenup $1,300; Greenville $1,700;
Hardinsburg $1,500; Uarrodsburg $2,
300; Hurtford $1,100; Hawesvillo
$1,200; Hickman $3,000; Hopkins
ville $2,800; Jenkins $1,700; Kovll
$1,100; Lagrange $1,500; Leitchfield
Lexington $3,500; Llvermore
Marlon $1,200; MUlorsburg
Monticello $1,400; Morehend
Mt. Yernoii $1100; Murray
Nieholasvlllo $1,900; Owons-
Richmond $2,500; Scottsvillo
Sebreo $1,200; Sholbyvillo
Smiths Grove $1,300; Sturgis
Warsaw $1,200; Williamsburg
Wllliamstown $1,500; Winchester $2,(100
Those increased $200 ' annually are:
TJrooksvlllo, $1,300; Catlettshurg, $2,
400 Harlan, $1,500; Jae.ksoM, $1)700;
I'lnovillo, $1,000; Wilmore, $l,40n.
The snlary nt Hazard is raised from
$1,200 to $1,500, w,e thoso at Dixon
a (ul Stanford nro decreased $100 each.
Tho new oOlcos at Jfnttawn, Morgan
towi, Ovrinirsvlllo and Russell Minvd
'bcn qr'ented, during the year ai)d Van-
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Dltann Phrnen ( Heildnn v 1"
We are niitluirlzcrt to niinouiice Hon. W.J.
Kleltl oCCnrter Comity as a cnmllilatc for re
election toCotigrehs from the Ninth District,
subject to the Democratic rriniary to be held
on August lxt.lUII. He most respectfully so
1 i clt your support.
A eoot imxxtt
one often needs a refreshing 'nip'
and you can't always get it good
on the road. Take a bottle of our
famous Rye Wliisky with you and
you will be well protected for the
journey whether it bo by land or
water. This" is the finest Whisky
ever distilled and is perfectly pure
and wholesome, and is recom
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120-122 Market Street,
MAVSVILLE. - - KFNTIir.KY.
If you wish a woman to really appro
fiuto your compliment, tell her she re
sembles some famous actress.
Tuberculosis Patients Aro Advo
cated By Physicians.
Washington. Government hospitals
and camps for pulmonary tuberculosis
pntiuors were advocated by tho
House Interstate Commerce Committee
by a delegation of physicians, who rec
ommended a $300,000 appropriation.
Finds Health in Lydia .
Creston, Iowa. "I sufTered with fo
male troubles from the time I enmo into
womannooa unui x
had taken Lydia E.
ble Compound. I
would have pains if
I overworked or
heavy, and I would
bo so weak and ner
vous and in so much
misery that I would
bo prostrated. A
friend told me what
your medicine hod done for her and I
tried it It mode mo strong and healthy
and our homo is now happy with a baby
boy. I am very glad that I took Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
do all I can to recommend it" Mra.A.
B. BoscAMP, 504 L Howard Street,
Tout) of Roots and Iferba
aro used annually in the manufacture
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, which is known from ocean to
ocean as tlio standard remedy for
For forty years this famous root and
herb rriedicine has been pro-eminently
successful in controlling tho diseases of
women. Merit ulono could havo stood
this test of time.
If you Iiavo tlio slightest doubt
that Xiydia 13. Plnkhatu'b Vejreta.
blo ComiHiHiHl will help you.wrlto
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S $22 Per
Tho French Sonato adopted without ,
debato a bill allowing brothers-in-law
nf..,I sistcrs-ln-law to marry.
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T io funeral of Sonor Don J'. Ezenuie
Itojas, minister of Venezuela, who died
hi Atlantic City, will be held in Wash
KENTUCKY FOREST EESEEVE
A largo tract of land at the head
waters of tho CumbcrlaMd, Licking.
Kentucky, and Uig Sandy Rivers In
Pike and Letcher Counties, has been
selected by tho Government Bureau of
Forestry as a forest rcscrvo and will
bo bought when an" appropriation is
An A. D. S. Preparation
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A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
JOHN C. PEGOR, Druggist
Lovel's Specials! r
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days tho .
HOMEGROWN varieties, will be on, the market. The prospects are
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will be coming. During tho season my .house as Usual Will Bo
The Headquarters for all the various kinds. As I have my usual ar
rangements with the best growers in both TENNESSEE and tho
OHIO VALLEY I shall be in position to meet all the demands and Jj
furnish the best fruits grown, on same days as they are picked.p
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want tho best come to
My stock of FANCY GROCERIES is at all times full and com-
plete and prices lowest.
The biggest and best stock of Coffees, Teas and Sugar; also a
full supply of country cured HAMS and BACON of the very best "
kind. Canned goods in immense quantities. In fact every article cf
the very best usually found in a FIRST CLASS GROCERY. I
buy all my goods direct from first hands for SPOT CASH and have
no fear of successful competition. I buy country cured Ham3 and
Bacon and produco generally for which I pay cash or goods at '
SPOT CASH PRICES. h
My usual invitation to country people when in our city to
make my house headquarters still
WHOLESALE as well as RETAIL.
R. B. 10VEL,
"DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH"
Ma jest ie Drama in Two Parts.
"APOLLO FKED BECOMES
A HOME SEEKER"
A good comedy featuring Fred Maee.
A Nice Cool Place To Spend tlio
5 fflfrly I
Don't take our word; ask the man who
drives one. 1914 Models
now on exhibit at
S KIRK BROS., mayskvyiu
Receipts for the
will be in my hands for collection
on and efter July 1st. : : : : :
M. C. BUSRPJT, O.O M
Abandoning a strenuous campaign
this fafl as tho result of the ddctor'a
oul for n Co) j,',,
"ci aa t,, "dvisory leader of tho.PW
stands, and don't forget that I
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
OPEN AIR fJONOERT 7:30 to 9:
PROF. R. J; BULLETT'S ORCHESTEi
DANCING IN PAVnJON
Every Evoning from Ninajgntil Twtt
Corno Out and Iffljoy" ""
KOOL AND KOZX
1914 City Taxes I
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