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As daylight expires in
fl'lils beat of Septembers,
A coolness comes blowing
A chilly wintry hint!
But, t hln It! It blows fires in,
Ami dream-klndllug embers,
'Anil candle light glowing
. On time-mellowed print!
dMIII I"M IMMM,M
V HUMAN WELFARE. .J.
Open nirVork litis been recommended
for convicts Canada.
The British Jul Cross can muster
,C0,1)00 people, inosfvof them trained,
for field ambulance nuuliospitn'i work.
Eton college, the mov aristocratic
school in England, has been hrown opCn
, this summer to worklngmcn'sWis for
yi. short courses of study, .
The government of Tasmania Is cw-
sidcring the taking over of tho tourists
- business in that country.
Boy Scouts, of Bowling Green, Ohio,
worked night and day as guides and
hosts to 000 delegates at a stato con
vention, making the guests' stay
A court In domestic relations and a
morals court for delinquent women and
girls. have been established in Portland,
Tho Toledo Commercial Ulub has em
ployed a trullic cqmmissiouer to provide
better servico and freight rnto ad
justments for shippers of that city.
The rate of rural illiteracy is less
than that of urban illiteracy in Massa
chusetts, Xew Hampshire, Maine, Vcr-
niont, Ithodo Island, Connecticut, Xew
York, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Michi
pan, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas.
A conference, of Interurbnn Improve
ment of Newark and Adjacent Munici
palities has been organized at Newark,
N. J., to develop arteries of trallie in
a way to benefit the communities in
volved. Almeda, Oal., has replaced all its arc
street lights with electtolliers mounted
with CO-watt Tungsten lumps. There
are -J,.'100 of these installed along every
street and avenue, including all thor
oughfares in the residential districts ol
t 2o citv.
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v fear of something evil about to happen, creeping feeling along the spine, palpitation,
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Family recipes have just as careful attention as physician's
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When Will Maysville Peoplo Learn the
Importance- of It?
Backache is only a simplo thing at
But if you find 'tis from tho kla-
nova . . ,
That serious kidnoy troubles may fol
low; That dropsy or Bright 's dlsoaso may,
bo tho fatal end,
You will be glad to know tho follow
'Tis tho statement of n Maysvlllo cit
Mfs. Delia Luusford, 328 E. Front St.,
Maysvlllo, Ky., says: "I attributed
kidnoy troublo to a strnin.. I had sharp,
shooting pains through my kidneys and
a dragging down feeling through my
hips. 1 had dull headaches and diez.v
spell's and often if 1 had not caught
hold of something for support, I would
have fallen. I was in that condition
for sovoral years, Up ono weok and in
bed the noxt. 1 finally begnn to notice
symptoms of dropsy and in a short time
L was suffering from that troublo. My
feet began to swell and my hands wero
at times tho samo way. At night I was
restless and always felt tired. I read of
a similar caso being cured by Doata's
Kidnoy Pills and I got a supply. Be
foro long I was completely and pcrma
notly cured. Doan's Kidnoy Pills sav
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Termor endorsement or tins romcay."
Vr en fiOc. nt all tloa ors. won't snn-
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Doan Kidney Pills tho samo that
Mrs. linisford had. Fostor-Mllburn
Co., PropXBuffalo, N. Y.
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J. Tho battlo fires in angitglowed
J. As through a Slavic villogStfodo
.J. A Cossack bund that grimly ffuo f
J A slogan never heard before:
J. They skirted round tho flrubes- J'
J hoss, !'
J Tliey threw tho Trampal for a J
J And as tho Tomaszow thoy !
J. They let their battle cry resound: J
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I am a woman.
I know a woman's trials.
I know her need of sympathy and help.
If you, my elstcr, are unhappy bocnuao of 111
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social pleasures, or dally employment, write
and tell me Just how you Buffer, and ask for my
free ten days trial of a home treatment suited
to your needs. Men cannot understand women's
sufferings. What wo women know from ex
perience, wo know better than nny man. I want
to tell you how to euro yourself at homo at a
cost of about 12 cents a week.
If you suffer from women's peculiar allmehta
causing pain In the head, back, or bowels, feel.
Ina of weight and draoalng-down sensation,
falling or displacement of pelvic organs, causing
kidney and bladder weakness or constipation
and piles, painful' or Irregular periods, catarrhal
uncharges, extreme nervousness,
depressed solrlts. melancholy, desire to crv.
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i lt.-TirruS.iv hfitnn frrnl'
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hr o' pairf'htirs, I will explain how to overcom
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V; lf you aro wovrjed about
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WrIY IMPOSE A;WAR Mil
Whon Wo Aro At Peaco With All Tho
World Minority ioador Mann Says
No Neod Of It If Democrats
"Would Exoveiao Uconomy.
Tho plan of tho AMminlstration to
offset its failure tokrcp'up tho oxponso
of running tho Government by impos
ing a burdensomo war tax on tho people,
especially when tho country is at poaco
with ' all tho world, has roused wide
"In the first place, there is no need
for additional taxation," said Minority
Lcndor Mann, on tho floor of the House
of Representatives. "If tho party In
power would, exorcise economy in ex
pendltures Toasonnblo and natural
economy such as an ordinary business
man would o'lforco In his own affairs or
a judicious 'housekeeper would apply, no
citizen need bo taxed another dollar."
But oven with tho recklosa expendi
ture of public money by tho present
Congress, thoro is a better way to meet
tho deficit than by levying direct taxes.
Of course, no one expects tho admin
istration to adopt the Republican course
of sooking rovenuo from such imports as
will conto in, notwithstanding tho war
lestrlctions, and theroforo it is usoles.'
for a Republican to offer ndviso."
UNCLE JIM ALLEN SAYS
It is about time for mother and
daughters to begin mobilizing for a fail
Wo have an idea that Colonel Roose
velt's effort to turn the- President's
south flank wili fall.
Owing to circumstances over which
4io had no Control Emperor William
not. dino in Paris this weok.
leso September morns make a fol
low tjfaj ho flivos in Kentucky instead
It is ai?Vefroneous iinpression that
a bachelor' dock (is ho pleases. If he"
did ite would notben bachelor.
Hero's a tip thatSpjny help reduce
the high cost of livingSvAn Elizabeth
town man has discovert' that cal
Indium plants mako hs go0 P'o s
Tuesday was the last day for rtJw
lints according to tho Mosaic law, biK,
wiug -to tho war in Europe thoy will
be worn until the frost is on the hay.
The police' have notified owners not
to bo surprised if their unmuzzled dogs
eouio homo half-shot. 'We think they
have a right to be surprised in a prohi
'the Czar declares he intends to tnke
Berlin if it costs him his last mujik.
No, little children, a mujik Is not a
monkey on a stick. It is a Russian
peasant who lets tho Czar mnko a
monkey -out of him.
The Owonsboro Inquirer thinks
parents should visit the schools often,
where they might- bo able to mako some
valuable suggestions. Xo doubt of it.
It is a poworfully dull pareut who
. nii't show a tcai'her how to run the
Tho Louisvillo Times says fifty of the
most beautiful suffragettos in tho
United States will conduct a campaign
before Congress. Isn't thoro a mistakot
Purely no sulTragotto would care to'-be
onsldercd beautiful. It's so unmanly.
LET THEM PUT A WAETAX ON
Jowolry, including fobs,
Comic moving pictures
Musicnl comedies. m
Charlie Towno's'inots. . L
Pelt .auto flugs with town sj
names appli-.pied in white. "T
Women with canes, sensible heels,' and
Sunday comic supplemonta.
Botogravuro reproductions of famous
paintings liko Mad Child with IJat
Puppy Upsottiug Bowl of 'Milk All Oyer
It You know tho sort "of thing I mean.
Manicure for nialo's nails.
Billlo Burko'g accent.
Cno umbrellas. r '
Stationery used by boys-of 10 who
have novor had a lesson in thoir lives
and aro simply nutty to beepmo. great
nrtists, and how tHoy -"Broak Into
tho Gamof" James Montgomery, in
New York Tribune.
AFTER OCTOBER 20th, 1814.
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Socon'd streot, MnysVlilo, Ky., (on
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what you buy Ottlco four doors
est of nacklntr urounda Ofilco
S A OOOD PXOVIDER.
3nzloy is making an ideal, hus-
trary to tho predictions nmdo
tarried again last year. Ife
off a nico plaep on tho bank
ok for his wife to do hor
hlngs and in order to bo
icr, ho has nicked out a
right across, tho stroam.
oleers aro jimtestinjf (to.thoj
v ',. and!' .Menns-OoWtnlttenii
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Because of Texribh
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Philadelphia, Pa. "I aufferel from
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-would not bo without it I hnd a dis
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helped mo-and lutn in tho best of heakli
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speak of your Vegetable Compound to
mapyofrnyfriends," Mrs.ABRlL Law
son, J2G Lippitt St, Providenco, R. I.
-Danger Signals to Wnjeni,.
ere what ono.phyBlcianqn'1' "
headache, r5'rv" " '
Miss Elizabeth Roff loft Sunday for
Orangeburg, 8. C, Whore she will be
instructor of English,
Mr, and Mrs. Ohnrlcs Collins, Misses
Uortrudd Collins, Alma Hopper, Sara
Lewis and Lorono Spencer motored to
Mr, Russell Caldwell has returned
after spending tho summer in Mlllors
burg. Mrs, Ilarrietto Mitchel .and mother
have left for Bostou, where they will
spend tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford RofT and
family motored to High Bridge, Sunday.
Miss Plorenco Robh left Tuesday for
Birmingham, Ala., w'hero sho will bo
instructor of Latin.
Mr. Cnrwlno Urough, of Pensacola,
Fla,t is visiting his mother, Mrs. Belle
Mrs. P. W, Cracraft has returned
after spending a few days in Cincinnati.
Miss Mary Peed is at homo after a
week's stay at Martinsville, I ml.
Misses Lillian and Prances Clarke
loft Tuesday for Lexington, whero
they will enter Transylvania University.
iMIss Irene Turner is at jiome after
a visit to relatives and friends in
holbyvillo and Eminence.
Mr." Virgil Robb of Port Myers, Ela
is visiting his parents, Mr., and Mrs.
Miss Dolla Robcrson' will .attend
Georgetown University this season.
Miss Anna Bolle Brough will spend
Iho winter at Port 'Myers, Plorida.
Miss Anna Poguo Darnall hds re
turned to Caldwell Collego.
Mrs. Elsie Cliff entertained the Book
Club, Thursday afternoon at her beau
tiful country home.
Miss Louise Daugherty loft Tuosday
for Loxington, whero sho will enter
Mr. Russell Hopper, of Now York,
iponr: Thursday with Mr. and Mr.
Notes from the Aberdeen
Tho Maddox Bros., have prized over
500 llhds. of tobacco this season.
Miss Oussio Boswell has returned
home from a pleasant visit to Columbus,
W, 8. Durrum is homo from Canadar
Where ho has been for several months,
Miss Bessie Mount left Monday for
Gmysville, Tenn., to resume herschool
" " int of tobacco is .being cut in
- -rtain' 1 a
j. S3 'pl'OtCCtiolltft-
....... A . ' . r ' .4
u munweont paitron or nuimai protee't
tion, and onlighVoned, nnd intelligent
friond of now departures which aro cal
culated to add Ito tho happiness o
tnoso wuo iieeni ass stance. In our.
Oninion Mrs. Satrollmu ahnwn n wnnilerJ
ful sagacity in tlul. various enterprises
which sho has assisted, and has nd
mitlistered her trusu with remarkable
v.rowing Amonca must chango its diet
to less meat, declared -Prof. J. P.
(Lyinah of Ohio Statouniverslty, aftei
tut 'exhaustive studf of the available
j.ui'14 auj'ii.j . .... -cuuiin, ifictu w.i
io food problem na tho United Sfatr
iwa generationsago, when fish, t
.VTrios, fruit nd ivlld animal'
lontiful,''' MA Pr0f,.Lymr
1th thof crowth -of nonuV
ctically l Jus disapA
11 raftlif tlin5
WE HAVE Pfe
tl j EsVli-
. . w
Tho value of the mineral prodins.
of tho United States now cxccco i
Advice of Mother do Doabt Pre
veats Daughter's Uu&uV
, ijeady, Ky. " I was not
anyliilnrrlornwly-fiix- montffs7'Wrtcs i
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and I
was do wn in' bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered witfc't
my head, and with nervousness and ;
.womanly troubles. j
Our family doctor told my husband rf
could not do me any good, and he trf
to give it up. Wc tried another doci-j
but he did not help me. t
At last, rjy mother advised me to f
Cardui, thc woman's tonic. 1 thry
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead,
nothing seemed to do me any goorV
1 took eleven bottles, and now '
to do all of my work am
I think Cardul is the best m
the world. My weight has
and I look the picture of health
If you suffer from any I'
peculiar to women, get a bo
today. Delay is dangerous,
it will help you, for it has
many thousands of otiier weu
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writt to: Chattanooga Medietas Co.,
idfljory Dec.. Chattanooga, Tenn., lor
InilruditHi on your case and 64-paga book.
Treatment lor women." In plain wrapper. M.-
THE LONG, COLD
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i every a"-
w-'e that will .fpt-ntto you
,guarinted lower than same qual
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qur quality is tlie best mad'
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