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Ago of SpoclaUsts.
AVo'vu many good doctors; they're poo
S pie of noto,
ffhey study tlio enr anil tlio ee nntl tin'
Tor tiiis ii tlu ago of tlio specialist,
Wo always flnil sieuisillsts much in dr.
Quo spoi'iti list grt's Vm when winter it
.Ami every third ninn has a terrible
Kach sperjnlist has lili own season, I
'Dip green apple specialist gets 'cm just
WHISKY AND BEER
To Bo Heavily Taxed To Malco Ui.
$100,000,000 Rovcmio Deficit.
Tho ono hundred million dollar de
licit which tho United States govern
(iiont faces by lenson of tho falling of
in customs receipts since the beginning
of tho continental war, will be p.ii
by tho consumers of whisky and heel
in tho ojilniou of local distillers- am
"It will bo an easy matter for (.'on
gress tc amend the internal roveniu
laws by raising the tax on whisky am1
beer,'' said a local distiller today, ".Jin
wo might as well make ujiour mind
that it is going to be done. One thin;
is certain, if the tax on whisky U ee
incrensed it will neer bo leduced, fo
the reason that distillers and wholesa'
ers who now have tax-paid whisky will
make a good profit on it by raising tlu
price to meet the higher taxed whisky.
31,073,851 Gallons in 7th District.
The (.'nnimisiomr of Internal Ke
er.ue reported tli.it there were 31,(I7.'I
SiTl gallium of whisky in bond in tin
ScmmiIIi Distiirt of Kentucky on .In in
HO, 1S 13. lien Marshall, collector fo'
this district, said that he was not al
lowed to gie out the present figures
but that they did not .tr greitly fron
Tho ta upon whisky i now fl'.li
per gallon. It was incioiM-d from !i
cents during the Spanish War, am
altho other war taxes have been re
moved tho whisky ta has remaiiie
NOTARY PUBLIC REMOVED FROM
OFFICE BY GOVERNOR
(IVankfort St ite Journal.)
G. T. Simpson, of I'iiieville, a No
tary Public, was removed from oilier
yesterday by Acting Governor McDer
mott. Simpson is under indictment in
Hell county, charged with forgery in
lonuectiou with papers in the divorce
action of .lames Stevens against It. H
Stevens. It is alleged that the record
in the case wag prepared and is in
the handwriting of Simpson, and was
(one without the knowled'.'e of Mrs
Stevens, who was absent in Virginia
and knew nothing of the papers until
she Wis notified that her husband had
secured a divorce from her.
Old papers fi cents a hundred at The
TO SICK WOMEN
By Common Sense
Women sutTeririfr from nny form of
female ills aro invited to communicate
promptly with the
partment of tho Ly
dia E. Pinkham Med
icine Co., Lynn,
Mass. Your letter
will be opened, read
and answered by a
woman and held in
Btrict confidence. A woman can freely
talk of her private illness to a woman ;
thus has been established a confidential
correspondence which has extended over
many years and which has never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without tho
written consentof tho writer.and never
has tlio Company allowed theso confi
dential letters to get out of their pos
session, as the hundreds of thousands
of them in their files will attest
Out of tlio vast volume of experienco
which they have to draw from, itia more
than possible that they possess tho very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked In return except your good
will, and their advico has helped thou
sands. Surely uny woman, rich or poor,
should bo glud to tako advantage of this
generous offer of assistance. Address
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicino Co., (con
fidentiul) Lynn, Moss.
Every woman ought to Iiavo
Lydla 13. lMnklmm's 80-imgo
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general distribution, as it is too
expensive. It is froo ami only
obtuiunblo by itiiill. "Write for
It tod u v.
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ffclNOINO ANJ) PANQIW AO'fr
The Kloctrtc, Vilm Cimpny:iPr-,i''$
WEEKLY SPORT LETTER.
(Hy G. II. ZUDEIU
Cincinnati, Aug. 1!'. Never before in
the history of tho National League lias
there Meen such n ruthless upsetting of
dope In connection with the prospects
mid standings of teams as during the
present season tlio old saying of "The
llr.st shall bo last mid the last shall bi
first" has been demonstrated a mini
li'r of times since the sensou opened
mid proimses to secure a few more en
dorseuients before the contenders for
tho world's series are finally decided
upon. Take tho Kcils, for instance; tlie.v
lao been in every position In the race
several times during the past foui
months, and still are promising their
followers that they will finish anong
the first four. New York has been up
in front for sonio time longer than
any other team has held the load 'so
far this season but judging by the
manner in which the Hostous arc going
at present, the reign of tho (limits as
leaders is not for long. And those same
Hostous, from a bad last have nioed up
tc within striking distance of first
placq within five weeks. Vorily, the
form operators are having severe at
tacks of the Willies these days, for,
the figures, as prognosticators are of
tho brand of Ananias.
But one re il worry obsesses Manager
Herog for next season, and that is his
pitching staff. However, there is a
tring of youngsters coming from the
bushes that promises to add the touch
to the hurling corps that will place . f
least five first class men at the dis
posnl of llorio. when the season of l'.H."
is started on its way. Several of thosi
youngsters are due to debut this fall
and it is likely that they will be seen
uring the nest three Sunday contests
liicli are apportioned as follows: Sun
lay, Aug. 123, New York; Smithy, Aug
10, Philadelphia; Sunday, Sept. (i, St
Louis. One high class left handcr and
one first rate right hauder will put the
Mods' Pitching Stall' right where it be
longs and it is reasonable to suppose
that both these wants will be filled be
fore the present season closes.
It soems pretty well settled that th.
)lympic games of 1!M(! will not be held
u HeYlin, and that the United State
ill oiler about the only neutral ground
n the world for tliee coiitrts. It
accordance with these deductions ill
I'iucinnati Chamber of Commerce lni'
started a movement to bring tho guile
to Cincinnati, provided tho United
States is chosen for the contests, ('in
cinnati oilers excellent advantages for
a scries ot .sports of the kind embraced
in the Olympia, its location among
hills being praticularly attractive fo
tho running of the Marathon, whirl
promises to bo the big even of the com
nig Olympic games.
Xow they're picking loliuiiv Kilbnii
as the boy to trim l'rctltlie Welsh, th
little Hnglishmmi, who lecently vvnn tin
.vorld's light-weight title from W'illii
Hitchie, the Aniericmi champion. Oi
course, it is known that Kilb.iue (igliti
at tho featherweight limit 12S poiimb
and is good and strong at that ton
nago. Hut his admirers say that he can
take on a little more weight say eight
pounds ami not slow or handicap Ii i lit
solf in any wa. As tho American light
weight limit of 1 .'13 pounds, ami the
i e.t fight for the lightweight champion
ship will bo fought in America, the
lighting gnmo in Kngland, especially foi
the littlo follows, being dull during tin
war times. Kilbauo would bo under in
serious handicap in meeting Welsh. Ami
if he does meet him, sa the wise ones
tho lightweight championship will urikt
a quid; switch back to America.
List of unclaimed letters in the Mays
ville Postoflico week ending August !!
Applegate, Mrs. Marlh
Aubrey Stock Co.
Hanks, .Mrs. Mollio
Darsie, Mrs. (Mnrgaret
Dougherty, iMrs. Mury
Kagle Supply Co., The '
Grandson, Mrs. Lula May
llickersnn, Miss Astecla
.lohnsoii, Mrs. Lillio
Johnson, Mrs. Martha
Lyons, W. L.
tiles( Mrs. Anna
Parker, Mart ' '
Poyntz, Miss Mary P,
Smith, Miss Wovio
Wilson, Mrs. Fnmio
York, Plina Mrs.
Ono cent due on abovo 'lottors. Par
ties calling for same will please say
"advortisod." - ;
M. P. KEHOE, P. M.
Congressional iuvostigatloti of
charges that tho Standard Oil Com
pany is restraining trade in various
oil Holds was proposed in a resolution
Introduced in tho Sonutu by Senator
Chilton, of Wost Virginia.
Representative Barkloy, of Kentucky
inatlo nu optlmistie speech to the con
fereuco of men from tio 'Qhlo Blver
Valloy meeting in Waslilhgton to urjo
theKoarly jiansago of the lilvora mid
mountains of Ccnncsscc
11KI) BOILING SPUINGS, Trim., Ang, 10, IDH.
Well, having 'bniirjed tho bumps" for a matter of -12
miles, "more Or less" often times more mid rarely less,
"I'm Talking to You I"
troduction to this section of Tennessee,
the "i'ord" as a genuine "Hough Hitler," but believe me,
it is tho only machine that can successfully "hold its
own" over the pret ipitous lodges which iihoiiud in the
roads of this mountainous region. On the piiueiple that
one should "praise the bridge that carries one over," I
stand reuly to defend tho "Port!" against nil comers, as
tho. machine that "hits only the high places" and sur
vives the shock, while delivering its passcTrjcrrs decidedly
sore bat proidentlally safe. This ought to make a good
"ad." for my friend See Kll Dudley.
Beginning near Gallatin, the run was through historic
territory. In duly of 1SU2, General .folia II. Morgan's rom
mnnd swooped down on theSecond Indiana, Fourth and Pifth
Kentucky ami Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry capturing the
camp and 7u men, after killing HO and wounding Gil of the
IVderals. This practically put the Federals out of busi
ness thereabouts for several months, and made the foraging
very good for .Morgan's boys, who were much in need of
'lams and horses, hay and hardtack,
llartsville is a pretry little village of about 1."0(, now
substantially built of brick, tho corner drugstore being the
only building now standing that plnved
fight of December 7, ISO'J, all the old
iiiirnetl ami rebuilt, making virtually a new town. On
the tlite mentioned General Basil Puke's Brigade of
Morgan's Cavalry, Hanson's Kentucky Infantry, am"
Cobb's Battery of the Confelerate force, attarked tho
town, which was octnpirl by the Truth in.l Onr Hundred
ami eighth Ohio, On, Bundled and Fourth Illinois. Serontl
Indiana and i:ievt"ith"1"ntuckv Cavalr and Thirteenth
WILL BE CALLED TO ACCOUNT;
Fico-Tradors Must Answer for Their
Misdeed at tho Bir of American
(Pittsburg Gae;te Times.)
During the p'lst three weeks the pen
pie of the United States have bi.o'i
witnessing one of the most interesting
r.perimeiits ever attempted. ThU is i
tho elfort to instil more confidence in (
the business outlook mid a larger hope
! illness by eliiphasling that which is
favor idle and encoiiragiui; and minimi
ing the drawbacks ami ilisroiiriigeuieat
el tride ami pioduction. In othei
words, psychology fs having a
nation wide test. The inspiration lm
this was President Wilson's m mat
ter what his reasons or .the basis :'oi
his expressions of sublinie faith and,
.'ib if of Common consent, theie is a
disposition to .stand by and let it be le
veloped whether the state of mind hi
ll concrete ell'ect upon the state ol
business. That, humanly speaking, ti r
mind afi'erts the body, and the body the
ii in il, is not to bo doubted. To what
oxfont, then, do psychological iutluriices
operate on the material aflairs of a
Kirat roplo whose fiimlameutal roud.
turns are tlerlarrd to lie sound, but w an
1 1 vortholess find themselves in a i!t
pression which ha not responded to
time's treatment ami political rcmi
lies as rapidly as had been predicted.'
Thoy Will Bo Held to Answer.
Naturally, President Wilson, mid his
party aro hopeful the comer will be
turned so completely that they will net
encounter reverses at the full olectio'it.
Hut oven so the Democracy and its pot
cios will bo hold to answer. How, foi
instance, aro thoy going to expln.i
.iway what has occurred already Tak t
tho matter of lost wages since the ''u
dervvood Taritf law becmno etl'ectiv 4
Tlio American Hconomjal has been can
vassing banks to get figures. It od
dirssel 101 and has heard from SS. Of
these 01 gnvo tho comparisons asked
for, as between the third week of June,
UM.'l, mid the third week of .fuiio, l1) I
In those 01 banks the payroll cheeks
unshed showed a falling off for one
week of SG0,!)t)S the sum for 19KI be
ing $9,020,005 mid for 1911, 49,o;i9,097
The decrease for a year at the same nt
would run to $1.1,0711,210. And thnt I
from only 01 banks In II cities, while
there aro 7,500 nationals alone, to sv
nothing of State banks and trust com
panics. The low Tariff shrinkage oi
wages mid salaries, it is no evaggeri
lion o estimate, "would mount lato
hundreds of millions of dollars" in -i
year. And "the pay envelopo Is by fat
tho greatest single factor in Amorh in
piosperity," as tho Economist reinurl s
For this sorry exhibit tho udmiiiistri
tinn will bo called to account at tne
1 oils, whether psychology cures or ii'it
ENGLAND'S PRAYER TO THE OOD
(y Ifudynrd Kopllng.)
The earth Is full of anger,
The sens nrp dark with wrath,
Tho nations in their harness,
do Tip ngainst our path;
'Kro we Jooso tju legions
'Kro yet wo, draw tlio blndo,
.lohovnh of tho Thunders,
Lord Ood oMJattlea, altll
A jlltDtl lover gets his rovongo when I
lie womau ,who "threw him over"
I reached thin
an auto ride
villages, to say
nothing of the
beautiful , 'farms
and pa In t i a 1
Was my first in
mid also introduced
any pirt in the
buildings having been
HELP! HELP! POLICE!
Tho funster's Club Endeavors to Fig-
uro Out tlio War Tlmo Trices.
The upward tendency of prices of
Necessities since the war started vvat.
taken up by the Punster's league anil
ilisciisited from every standpoint. Pres
ident Smile, after hearing the opinion
of all, said: "I believe that 1 ran
give mi rplauatioii for the so mug ol
rices ol some ot the things. Now, foi
instance, if yeast was to bo boosted
it would be unite natural, for the iiiaiui
l'neturers want it to rise. Clothing
would lollow suit, I suppose, mid, of
course, would not bolt the proposition.
Puis might go up in order to stick with
the rest and needle might soar In orilei
to keep an eve on the pins.
gone up, 1 suppose,
in order to steer the
owners light and llnur followed the
rie in order to show that it is well
bread. Sugar, of rourse, is prrttv sweet
on tho high prices ami honey' would
tomb the pocketbook. Coal might foi
low because it wanted to be on the lir
ing line. Yogetnblos would trail along
to beat the fruits and keep them in
pickle. Fruits would not run behind,
lor tho.v would want to pear oil with
tho vegetables and get some of the
plums. Boor might go hopping along
with (ho rest and, of oouisc, whisky
would follow in order to keep up its
spirits. Shoes would be among the up
pcrs and hose would not bo many feet
behind. Tobacco would bo sure to join
the rest to keep near the smoke of
battle. Automobiles would stay in the
.-ulining. Aeroplanes might fly
with tho company, while balloons would
go up, of course. All meats would be
forced to meet the high prices and
coffee would drink it all in. So, you see
there aro good reasons for all of this
if you do not care which way ,nii wag
"How about tea ami coll'eef" he
"Well, if tea leaves coffee will have
grounds for divorce."
1R iff 9J
You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women In its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Mis$ Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardul is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as ever did. and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers.
When the "Johnnies" dasliod down tho
Booms that many of tho Federals sougl
rcfugo In. tho buildings on either able, and I was pointed to
a bullet hole in the frame of a second atnry window of
the drugstore whore one Veil era I wn'sNdiot dead. The Con
federates we're ictorlous, losing only 21 killed and lit
wounded. While the Federal loss was M killed, 201 wound
ed ami I Sill captured. Oil em my fi lends, Cols. W. II. Kobb
mid Dan Perrine, as well as several other Maysvillr ami
Magou county boys wore in' this "scrimmage," and can
tell you all about it. You know tho "Mnn from Mnysvillo"
is or was every whore! This fight took place .when Goneral
Bragg was swooping around in Tennessee hunting trouble;
and it is a matter of bloody history when, soiue three
weeks later, ho found more than he was looking for, as he
met with tremendous losses in the battfos at Stone's River
or lilurfreesboro. But enough of war. 1 mentioned this
necnuse ot its local color, and I, know tho boys back home,
GotI blufs 'em, would want to I-onr from the old battle
There's two drawbacks only to this place. It needs
a smoother way to get here and at less cost, ami about twice
or three times the .resent hotel enpaeity. .fust now thev
are trying to crowd a thousand population into a five huii
dre.l house. All the hotels ami private houses are full, and
1f the guests were nlso full there wouldn't be enough room
In the Salt Lick Vajlijy to hold them. For ne.t season a
new pike is promised, as well as increased hotel room.
The faro is good, the water goo.ler, while the scenery defies
tho artist's brush.
I have met here a very interesting" boy,"Capt. Ilarvev
Cheiiault, n member of'thr well known Cheiiault family of
Hichniond. His parents left Madison county in ISHO, set
tling in Tennessee, where he was born in 18.'!". He served
throughout the entire .war in the Second Tennessee Hegi
ment, C. S. A., participating in all the big engagements
from Shiloh to Peteisburg. His home is now at Wichit."
Falls, I'omis, where he is spending his sunset duvs in well
earned peare. i.May thoy be many and pleasant! Don't
sneer my young friend; you can't appreciate the tie that
binds the real soldici of tho Xorth to tho real soldier of
After I've be-Mi ,0ro a few days and filled up alter
nnlely on Black-mid Hod Sulphur, ami got the bumps and
blisters out of the system, I may have inspiration for a
MAN, PEER AND KINO.
(By Capt. David A. Murphy, the Pom
I'll bo a Man, and play life's game
Not seeking praise or shunning blame
M student lamp a sturdy llamo
A ninn, not mouse,
Keep open hoiixo
I'll bo a Maul
1 '(1 bo a Peer, not common slavo,
And oven true will scorn the knave
My ideals high and actions brave,
God's free man, es!
And born to bless
I'll bo a Peer.
I'll bo a King, mill glow in grace,
And helping men, imr bubbles ihase,
An honor to the Human Hare,
Christ's friend, and Tree
As angels be
I'll bo a King.
SMALL CHURCHES SHOULD UNITE
" There are, on an average, ten aban
t'onetl churches in every county of
Ohio," said Paul L. Vogt, Professor ot
I'ronomics at Miami Uniorsitj, m i
talk on "Tendencies in Church (irowth
end Decline in Ohio,'' ghen before the
Kural Life Conference at The Ohio
State University. This should not be
taUeii to mean a decline in church worh,
however, ho said. .This consolidation
of small churches, the drift of popula
tiou townrtl urban ceuteis and the com
paratie increase of tenants ocr land
lords among farmers were given ut
leasous for this condition. Prof. VOgt
athised the union of rhurrhrs anil unit
You recall the story of the toitoisi
which outran the harof Well, that a
Next to a bloodhound tho possco prol
ably is tho law's most iuolfecUio de
Uigf wAs,Ma 108J
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Until thfe fir.st of September we will develop free any film botiglit..
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Now is the time to buy the best. We
carry the best grade (hat can be made.
Our prices are low. Our Green is good.
S THE CHENOWETH
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H COR. SECOND AND SUTTON
More activity in foreign eeh ing
In New York than at an time sit.ee
the war began was acreptetl as further
evidence of improvement in the lloni
( ml situation.
UiiMiig secured the attention of the
ciowtl, a mini goes ahe.id and performs
1 is trick.
Watches Watches Watches
at a price that will appeal to you if you need a watch. Prices H
guaranteed lower than saute quality can be bought elsewhere. Jj
li Let tne fit Glasses to your eyes. See how cheap we sell
H Kryptok Lenses. The best glasses made at half what others
PI charge. J
Our quality is the best made. 2
Ticket given with every $i cash purchase.
P T MTTRPHY THE JEWELER
5 r, j. ivnjrs.jrni, and optician
Big supply of
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FRUITS OF ALL KINDS.
CANTELOPES and WATERMELONS received daily.
Picnic Supplies of all kinds continually in stock.
A full and complete supply of Vegetables of all kinds
The best goods. The lowest prices. I want all to call
and be convinced.
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STREETS. MAYSVILLE, KY H
Two more deaths brought the fatal
ities of last .Saturday's tragedy 'In.
Prank Uotl Wright's bungalow i.
Wim oils-til up to scion.
In the rieniuig Circuit Court Fannio
Lashbrook has filed suit for divorce
itoiu Cornelius Lahbrook, alleging
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stock in our city.
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