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T. A. DORGAN ("TAD")
"Tuxedo can't be equalled in
soothing, refreshing qualities. Its
mildness insures a pleasant smoke,
its coolness removes all chance of
The Men Who Put The
Fun Into Your Daily Life
WITS well sharpened and minds
in good humor. The man who
has these generally knows what he
is talking about. Read the testimoni
als on this page. Here are some of
the greatest cartoonists in the coun
try. They all smoke and endorse
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R. L. GOLDBERG
creator of "Foolish Questions"
"I'm tho (uy"
" find in Tuxedo a good to
bacco. Its fragrance and flavor
are fine. I use it regular!' and
endorse it highly to allmy friends. "
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
They wouldn't smoke Tuxedo if it didn't
keep their minds alert and cheerful all day
long, day in and day out. A tobacco that
can do that stands in a class by itself.
Tuxedo is made of the very highest grade
of choice, mellow, sweet Kentucky Burley
leaf treated by the original "Tuxedo Proc-
yj & woa, WIlll.ll lciliuvts Lilt ouuji au mat it turi-
f?7c,&&6y'. not bite your tongue granulated so that it
pipefuls to the 10c tin.
every good thing that
has ever been said of
it and to prove it
Tuxedo sells by the
millions upon millions of
creator of " Mutt and Jeff."
'irTuxcdo has made a pipe my
favorite form of smoking. Its cool
ness and mildness make pipe smok
ing a real pleasure. "
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO
Famous green tin with gold let- "I fn
teriug, curved to fit the pocket X JC
Convenient pouch, inner-lined C
with moil ture-proof paper . . OC
In Glass Humidors SOc and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
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01,1 Mother IIiii.Ii.ini
Went to tlio cupboard,
Tho old l:idy liioKed forlorn;
For when .she ;ot thero
Tlio ouiihoiird was lure,
As bare, as September juorn.
Banks of Clarksvillo and Springfield,
Tenn., have petitioned tho Pederal lte
servo Boiffd to transfer them to tho
A telegraph wire in the open oountiy
lasts four tunes 'is long as one in a
ENTERTAINED AT ELMENDORF.
(Wednesday's Lexington Leader.)
President Steens of the Theiapeake
i. Ohio railroad, who is here from Itieli
nioiid, Vn., to attend the trotting meet
ing, va entertained at luncheon yester
day at Klmendorf by Mr. Charles II.
Iterrynian. The other guests weie
Messrs. .1. K. and M. K. Hrauche, (Jar
rett Wall, Oeorgo V. Stevens, dr., Thos
A. Combs, .John W. Skain, .loo Van
Meter, Peter Powell, Krancis Douglas,
John Morgnn, Wallace Muir, Andrew
"My wife gets nothing but appre
hension out of life."
"She's afarid of cows in the country
.'id automobiles in town.
Kentucky W. C. T. U. Takes Stand In
Winchester, Ky.-Tho Women's Chris
tian Tempcianeo Union of Kentucky,
just before the adjournment of the
thirty-fourth annual session here, went
on record as in favor of women suf-
rnge and opposed to the use of tobacco
in any form, becnuse of its alleged in
jurious effect upon the human system.
The body commended the laws against
Irnllic in women, Sabbath desecration,
line of eignrettes by minors, and favored
the censorship of motion pictures.
A resolution was adopted favoring
(lie compulsory teaching of the Ilible
in the schools, and commending Presi
dent Wilson for his attitude on the
Thoughts Are Sparks
flashes of the mind that deeitlo for success or failure.
The question is, what kind of sparks
does your brain generate? .
Tho brain, liko a battery, must bo supplied with certain elements to generate
thought proporly. Thcso brain dements are wator, nlbiinum and phosphate of potash.
If auy of these are lacking in the daily food' "brain and body ouorgy are vitally lessened.
Aro any lacking? Liston! Water and albumen are plentifully suppliod iu ordi
nary food, but phosphate of potash tngotbor with other mineial elements is almost
wholly lacking in white bread and all white flair products.
containing all tho nutriment, of wheat and barley, including tho precious phosphates
so essential to perfect bodies and active brains, provides a food at once doliuious, nour
ishing and economical.
A morning dish with cream furnishes POWER for accomplishment that many a
man has eomo to appreciate.
Common sonso goes a long way toward success. To eat right often means to BE
"There's a Reason"
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If Thoro Bo Any Such, Thoy Have a
Curious Way of Demonstrating
(,San Francisco Chronicle.)
It is becoming the fashion for other
I olitical parties to abstract and try to
get away with Itcpithlleau policies with
no Intent to uso them after immediate
purposes aro served.
The wholesale robbers are, of course,
those whose official title Is " Progres
ses " and their most monumental at
tempted theft is that of the policy of
protection to home industries.
There is Kent, for example. Ho Is a
Progressive, is ho not? lie is ono of
the very elect of the cult, and tho most
reliable contributor to campaign funds
that the party in this State possesses, it
he is not a Progressive, there aro none.
And yet in Congress he1 regularly vot
ed to take the duties oir California pro
products and voted for the Democratic
Tariff bill as Anally shaped with all its
Hut if Kent is a Progressive, then the
Progressives aro a Free-Trade party,
and any claim that the party is Protec
tionist is miserable pretense.
Hut the very plank in the Progressive
platform which pretends to indorse Pro"
teetion carries evidence of its own in
sincerity and of tlie niuddiness of poli
tical thought which is the great Pro
For it favors a "non-partisan" per
maneut Tariff commission to fix the
There is anil can be no such thing as
a non-partisan Tariff commission. Who
ever should be on such n commission
would be either a Protectionist or a
And Protectionists ask for no assist
ance from Free Traders in framing a
Tarill- for which Protectionists must be
responsible, niul will accept none.
And, moreover, no House of Repre
sentatives ever did or ever will abau
(011 its constitutional authority to ini
Mate and frame revenue laws ami turn
it over to iriespousible outsiders.
There are a number of so-called Pro
gressives in Congress and not a soul
among them is a reliable Protectionist,
ind many of them voted for the Dem
The fact is that the alleged Progres
sives stand for nothing on earth that is
eit.nn and definite, nor can any human
being that will vote the Progressive
ticket ami do Progressive politics do
inv thing which will evclude hrm from
LYMAN H. HOWE
COQUETTING WITH DEATH.
Lincoln Heaehey, the daring aviator
who made some spectacular (lights at
the recent Kentucky State Fair, was in
Washington a few days ago and looped
tho loop four times over tho domo of
the Capitol. He then made such an
abrupt landing on the Potomac Flats
that many persons thought he had fal
len. This was so reported, i nfact, from
the wireless towers across the river
fit Arlington. Tho telegraphic, account
says: "Herchey finished the perform
ance by turning two llops over the
White Hoiiso and then more loops flying
low over the business section of the
city while the government ollicials and
thousands of spectators held their
breath." It takes iron nerve to pull
off stunt? like that with a frail, bird
like (lying machine such as Heaehey
uses in his death-defying (lights. To
those who like thrilling feats there is
nothing so far devised than can equal
the Heaehey performance. Frankfort
It Must Be Sold!
Per Gal. for the Best
Apple Brandy Made!
Made at Moscow, Ohio.
75c (or a Full Quart. Buy Before it is Too Late.
M. C. RUSSELL CO. ,
Choice Iowa Timothy Seed
Northern Seed Rye
J. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
Hevisiou of the Administration War
ltevenue Hill was completed by the cnu
cus of Senate Democrats, and prepara
tions were made to press the measure
in the Seriate.
Old papers C cents a hundrod at T,he
TOBACCO CROP EQUAL TO LAST
Washington. Forecast of the tobac
co crop announced by tho Department
of Agriculture shows this year's harvest
will be IK 1,000,000 pounds, or equal to
that of last season, despite early set
backs. The departrrrerrt estimates the
vield from the condition at time of
harvest to be: Virginia, !.'1,C00,000
rounds; North Carolina, FKy'OO.OOO
pounds; South Carqlimt, .'11,600,000
pounds; Florida, Il.DOO.OOO pounds;
Kentucky, .'111,100,000 pounds, and
Tonne-see, oO.lOO.OOO pounds.
Mr, W. ('. Slyo and family were
pleasant guests of relatives at -Maple
wood Saturd ly and Sunday.
.Miss A. M. Casey, county nurse, vis
itod here Sunday and gavo interesting
health talks to the two Sunday School
in the community.
Kov. and .Mrs. .1. :r. Literal and lit
Mo daughter, Kdyth, were pleasant vis
itors with friends here tho first of the
Mrs. John Hash is ill with typhoid
fever. Dr. Hill attending physician.
.Mr. (.'. (!. Degimrn was a business vis
itor to Carter county tho past week.
Mr. and .Mrs. .lames Cill moved from
here to their home near Koctorville this
Mr. and .Mrs. 0. W. Hook vvero shop
ping in Maysville Monday.
Miss Crosby- opened tho Moonlight
School Monday evening with an en
rollment of 1 1. The number has in
creased to lit) and Miss Crosby is much
encouraged with tiro prospect.
Secretary Hryan entered the Now
York senatorial campaign when he rrurdo
public a letter declaring himself in
favor of the election of Ambassador
Oerard as an indorsement of the poli
cies of the Administration.
Tiro Following Statement Should Form
Concluslvo Proof of Merit to Every
THE MOTTO ABOVE THE DESK.
Above his desk hung the familiar
motto, "Do it NOW."
At quitting time tho desk was nea'
and clean; tho day's litter had all dis
Fach morning the man sat down to
it as to a clean slate.
Under tho same roof vvero desfce
which looked as if they'd just been
flirting with a cyclono.
No mottoes hung nlfovo 'em tho lit
ter didn't leave room.
Whether it was tho motto .or just
his temperament which made the one
trail iironmt and orderlv while others
seemed la, lie himself didn't know,
for wo asked him.
"Olr, 1 just hung that thero because
a fellow gave it to mo and 1 agree
with tho sentiment. I don't remember
ever having been specially inllucaiccd
by it," ho said..
'1'hat'M tho vnlue of a good motto;
it's so insidious.
Of course, ho diilu't know when the
motto "took." If somebody say th
boss, had come around several times
a day and lectured him oir tho wisdom
of being prompt and orderly, h'
mightn't have heeded at all.
Hut there, on tho wall, staring him
in the face, in attractive typo, pa
tiently awaiting Iris glance, was the
pithy suggestion upon which so much
success depends; and it "got" him ir
resistibly. Cot one yourself. Tho kind that aims
straight at your worst weakness. Let
tho law of silent, but pitiless sugges
tion boro Its way into your very soul,
Tt may bo just what you need. Wiu.
Could strougor proof of tho merit of
any remedy bo desired than tho state
incuts of grateful endorsers who say
their confidence, has been undiminished
b lapse of timet These uro tho kind of
statements that are appearing cousta'at
ly iu your local papers for Doau's Kid
ney Pills. They aro twieo-fold and con
Aimed with now enthusiasm. Can auy
reader doubt tho following. It's from a
Mrs. John Wallingford, 10S Commerce
St., Maysvillo. Ky.. says: "Several of
my neighbors havo been cured of kid
vy troublo by Doan's Kidney Pills, aud
one of my family was also cured of a
serious case of kidney complaint after
other medicines had failed. Every once
in awhilo I uso Doan's Kidney Pills.
In that way I keep my kidneys in pro
per working ordor and ward off any
sign of kidney troublo. 1 am glad to
confirm the statomt'at 1 gavo some years
ago, recommending Doau's Kidney
Prico fiOc, at all dealors. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidnoy remedy got
Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs. Wnllingford had, Fostor-Milburn
Co.. Props.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Balmdn flshtngIs-flua and a sumbor
bfour .chiroiiilaroieDJoyinK, the sport.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT
Maria Lane et al., Plaintiffs,
Nathaniel Langhoruo et al,, Defendants.
ordkr of salij.
Iu obedience to n Judgment and Or
der of Sale in tho above-styled action,
I will ns uMaster Commissioner, on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10tb, 1914
at 1:110 o'clock P. M proceed, at Court
House door, in Maysvillo, Kentucky, to
sell, at public outcry and to the highest
and host bidder, tho following described
real estate, in order that tho nel pro
coeds) from said salo- may bo divided
among tho several parties theroto en
titled, iu accordance with tlioir respec
tive rights therein.
Said real estato is bounded and des
cribed as follows: All of ftr.it cortain
house aird parcel of ground in tho
town of Washington, Mason County,
Kentucky, on Main Street, oji tlio West
sido of tho 'Mnysvillo and Lexington
Turnpike Road, and extending down
the alley on tho South, which soparates
it from'tho Moses Larro property, to the
John Taylor estato on the 'North, and
back, Westwardly, the sanio width, to
tho Jack Lauo property; aud is the
same prorty occupied for marry years
by Robert Langhoruo ns a homestead,
rind was conveyed to the said Robert
Langhoruo by James P. Fant and vvifo
by deed dated August SlStli, 1881, aud
recorded in Deed iHook 811, pago 81,
Mason County Court Clerk's Ollice.
TKRMS OF SALK Said salo will bo
made upon n credit of six (0) mouths.
Tho purchaser will bo required to ex
ecute a bond for tho purchase price,
with approved personal security, pay.
aide to mo as Master Commissioner,
and bearing six (I!) per cent, interest
thereon from the day of sale. A lien
will also bo retained upon tho real es
tato so sold irr ordor to secure the pa)
inont of tiro purchase prico. Posses
sion of said real estato will bo given
upon tlio confirmation of tho salo by tho
Mason Circuit Court.
A. O. 9ULSRR,
JOHN L. OirAMBERLyAIN,
'A.D. OOUS, ..--.
GE0RQE W. ADAIR,. -
,-' . Attofnovs.,t. i Hi
Ida Hello Duley, Plaintiff,
Patrick Sweeney et al., Defendants
OltDFU OF BALL'.
In obedience to a Judgment and Or
iler of Sale iu the above-stvled action.
1 wdl as iMaster Commissioner, on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1914
at 1:1." o'clock P. M., proceed, at Court
House door, in Maysville, Kentucky, to
sell, at public outcr.v and to the highest
and best bidder, the following described
real estate, in order to satisfy tho judg
merit debt of th0 Plaintiff, Ida Hollo
Duley, amounting to UG.:t.", and the
judgment debt of the Defendant, John
T. Short, amounting to siri.."U, and his
costs herein, together with all the costs
of this action.
Said real estate is situated on the
South side of Kast Fourth Street, Kast
ol Hank Street, in the Fourth Ward of
the Cit.v of Maysville, Kentucky, and is
bounded and described us "follows:
That certain lot or parcel of ground
situated, l.ving aud fronting on the
.M.-rvsvrlln and Mt. Sterling Turnpike
liiud, iu the City of Maysville, Ken
tricky, and bounded and described as
follows: Heginning at James Hrnphv 's
Noitlieasteru corner and running iu i
Southerly direction, with said Hrophj 's
line, a distance of -00 feet, more or
less, to No.ves' line; thence, iu an l.'ast
erly direction, along the lot of Michael
Sweeney; thence in a Northerly d.rec
tion, along said Sweeney's line, a dis
tanco of I'OO feet, more or less, to tin
Maysville and Mt. Sterling Turnpike
Road; thence, in a Westerly direction,
along the said turnpike, a distance ot
1'2 210 feet, more or loss, to the place
of beginning, together with tho privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto be
longing; being the same property con
voked to Margaret L. Swecnev by John
Dulev and Ida Hello Dulov, his wife, bv
deed dated tiro lOtli day 'of July, isoi,
nr.d recorded iir Deed Hook !.", page
200, Mason County Court Clerk's Ollice
THKMS OF SAI.H Said sale will be
made upon a credit of six ((!) mouths.
The purchaser will be required to o
ecuto a bond for the purchase price,
with approved personal security, pav
able to mo as Master Comiui.ssinucr
and bearing six (fl) per cent, interest
thereon from the day of sale. A lien
will also lie retained upon tho real es
tate so sold iu order to secure the pay
rneiit of the purchase price. Possession
of said real estato will bo given upon
the confirmation of tho sale by the
Mason Circuit Court.
A. (!. SITLSKR,
JOHN L. I'll UIHKRLA1N, Attorney
Transfer and General Hauling. Wo
inako a specialty of large contracts.
Ollico aud barn 130 East 8econd St.
Phones II," and U28.
If not sold privately previously, and
(onsideriug tho t,erious condition of my
e.ves, I will oiler at Public Salo to the
highest bidder on October 14tb, 1914,
at two o'clock, p. in., at tho courtlrouso
iu Maysvillo, Ky., my farm, containing
ono hundred and tiftytwo acres, two
rods and twenty-sux poles. It is sit
uated on the Miuerva and Dovor turn
pike, about ono aud a half miles from
Fern Leaf. This farm has on it a res
idence of niiio room4 and another houso
of livo rooms, and tt be necessary out
buildings; also a splilndid tobacco barn,
eighty-four feet long! a stripping houso
and largo ico house, sit is well fonced,
with woven wiro lenco, and well
watered. Is all in yrass but about
fifteen acres, which is in corn. I kave
no hesitancy in station that this is ona
of tho host farms iu that location of the
county, all of the land I walnut, sugar
tree and ash, grows a very fine quality
of tobacco. Thero is also an abundance
of locust timber and sufficient fruit. It
is convenient to one of the best schools
iu tho country, with four school wagons
passing to convey the childr
also several churches near,
splendid neighborhood, wh'
essential in seeking a loc
farm will bo offered as a w
two tracts, as it can bo d
make two nice-sizo farms wi
ou each. Possession given
."rd, lflll, with tho oxcopti
corn land, which will bo when
is cribbed. Tonus of sale, ontl
the purchase mouey November
and tho other two-thirds in ono
years, with a lieu retained on
and six per cent, intorest per a
del erred payments. If tho p
I refers they can pay all cask. 1
is reserved to reject any and all
Any ono wishing to buy will
call at my rooms at the residonl
Mr. P. W. Wheeler, 221 West S
street, MajsvUlo, Ky
H C. HAWKINS, Auctioneor,
is in a
Kentucky Limestone Dus;
Tho l'ost fortilizor in tho world. S.r to D7 puroliml
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i'ur lmrotiuctory prices pnonc or write to
C. G. BEGMAN, Sptingdale, Ky.
A. u.5ULotlt ULAHtnUtMRIHtrYi J. U. tVtHtll 5. Y. bKUWMNli
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Everybody says that this present crop of tobacco is tlio largest
and best one ever grown in Mason County.
Now that you ltavo your part of this great crop lit tho bam,
don't tako tlie clranco of losing it by tiro
LET US INSURE IT FOB YOU.
Wo represent the largest arrd strongost group of Fire Insur
anco Companies doing business iu Kentucky.
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Stnto Nnttoiml Hunk riullillnt,'.
Telephone No, X.
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Mason Fruit Jars
TO CLOSE OUT
Pint Jars at 40c Per Dozen.
Quart Jars at 50c Per Dozen.
.Half Gallon Jars at 65c Per Dozen. ;
Jelly Glasses at 20c Per Dozen.
THE- LEADING GROCER,
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