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ROYAL BAKING POWDER
".Musie hath ehurins," a poet cried,
This sentiment sure niakutt mo groan
The poet never lived beside
A nian who plays a 9li.l1 trombone.
(Mr. I'ennell Pulton of Aberdeen left
yesterday afternoon for Washington,
D. C, where ho will accept n position.
J'nglisli army supply buyers are in
Cincinnati, negotiating ior the purchase
of winter uniforms and underwear for
. the thousands of reserve soldiers called
to service by the Kuropenu war.
JIM ALLEN'S FUNNY BONE.
It is always a. question of how much
prcttiur a new hat makes a woman and
how much uglier it makes a man.
The Russians are making a great ado
about capturing 1'remysl. Why don't
they Take Pretzel and starve tho Ger
mans' l'verything is on the. war path. Sam
Stairs tells of a Dover man being kick
ed by u wooden horse on n merry-go-round.
This seems to be a bad year for
'Secretaries of State. Our own Dr.
Crecolius is in troublo at Frankfort, and
Jlarry Woods, holding the same office
ii, Illinois, suicided.
The Lexington Leader says "every
blast from Kdward I Morrow's bugle
horn is worth a thousand votes" to
tho Republican party. Ld's bugle must
be built like a Gorman seigc gun.
As an instance of what a railroad
can do to a. town, the discontinuance
of the "dinky" trains between Cyn
thiana and Paris will eauo seven fain
Dies of railroad employes to remove
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On Tension List Federal report Shows
$10,312,133 Was Paid During
Tho nnnual report ot Gnylord "M.
Saltygaber, Commissioner of Pensions,
which was Issued 'Saturday shows that
during tho fiscal year, ending dune 30,
i!H, th'e total amount of pension money
distributed to Ohio pensioners was $10,
312,133.00. Ohio was first among the States in
the amount of pension money paid out,
beihg closely followed by these States:
Pennsylvania, .t 15,1107,203.30; New York
$11,301,155.52; Illinois, U,8S0,(JIS.01;
Ohio has 72,250 pensioners; Pennsyl
vania, 72,107; 'New York, 05,30!); Ill
inois, 51,078, and Indiana, 17,85S.
In the United States as a whole 770
008 pensioners were paid during the
Inst fiscal year and the total amount dis
tributed to them was $171,337,125.01.
Three men killed by sawmill boiler
implosion at Iladborn, Rowan county.
Tho Reserve Hoard issued the first
call for tho subscriptions made by the
memlier banks, to be paid 011 'Novein
her 2. It is expected that all twelve
logiotial buujjs will open November 15.
MADE BOOZE WAGON OF IT.
( Flemiilgsburg Times-Democrat.)
Saturday night last some thirsty fel
lows out at llillsboro stole the autiof
Hoy II, Threlkold and lit out for Mays
. v illo after murder juice. The party
got back some time that night with
sumo of the tires on the blink un.l in
bad condition generally. Wo are told
that warrants are out for the guilty
pint lei and Mr. Throlkeld intends to
roivutc (hem to the limit. This is
J quite 11 serious offense, a felony, in fact.
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to your needs. Men cannot understand women's
sufferings. What wo women know from ex
perience, wo know better than any man. I want
to tell you how to euro yourself nt homo at a
cost of about li cents a week.
If yc suflor from women's peculiar nllments
causlm; pain In the head, bick, or bowels, feel.
Ing of weight and dragglng-down sensation,
falling or displacement of pelvic organs, causing
kidney and bladder weakness or constipation
and piles, painful or Irregular periods, catarrhal
conditions and discharges, extreme nervousness,
! DAUGHTERS' PLEDGE AID
To Old Confederates W1P Look Alter
Comfort ot Living Soldiers and
Mark Gra.cs of tin Dead.
l'rankforf.. Oontril iiti.jus to iiui'ls
lor tho erection of monuments on bat
tlefields and elsewhere will not bo made
1V the 111011 bers of the Kentucky Divis
ion, United Daughters of tho Confed
eracy until tho gravus ot the veterans
la Kentucky nro suitably marked. Thls(
decision was made by the Daughters of
tho Confederacy in session hero.
They also decided to look after the
conilort of the living Confederate sol
diers in this State, and plodgod their
chapter for a total of $1,037.50 for the
Confederate 'Home at Pewee Valley.
Mrs. Mary Dowling Bond, of Law
reuceburg, was re-elected president of
the Kentucky Division, U. 1. C. by
unanimous vote. All of the other State
officers, eligible to re-election, worn
unanimously re-elected and Mrs. James
Camp of Louisville was unanimously
elected Treasurer, the Only now officer
Officers for tho Year.
Tor officers for tho ensuing year fol
low: , President Mrs. Mary Dowling Bond,
First "Vice President Hrs. Thomas
Smith of Uarrodsburg.
Second Vice President ..crs. Lucien
(loggin Ala It by, of Maysville.
Third Vice President 'Mrs. Lamm S.
(livens, of Cynthiana.
Uceording Secretary Mrs. John W.
Mnh.iu, of Danville.
Treasurer Mrs. . James Camp, of
Historian Mrs. C. C. Leer, of Paris.
Registrar Miss Mary Crutcher, of
Chaplain Mrs. Peter Thorntou, of
VieoiChaplain Mr. Maftio Bruce
Reynolds, of Covington.
Custodian of Crosses .urs. .lames M
Arnold of Covington.
Since tho banks controlled by Adolph
Mnudcl have closed six depositors have
ended their own lives, according to the
-.lory told M lyor Mitchel of Now York.
And Fines Imposed on Lottisvillo Butch'
crs Wlio Sold Horso Moat.
ijouisville. Albert Koch, proprietor
of a slaughter hous,. on (juiucy street,
mil .loseph Oppcuhcimcr, who runs a
slaughter houe in the Kast I'nd, wor
convicted of having sold horse meat
for food, violating health laws, and
each was lined $100 and sentenced to
orve 50 days in jail.
For Motor Cars and Trucks From Rus
sia Total 1,000.
Now York. A rush order from the
I Russian Government to live American
i aniifacturers of motor i-ars and truck.-
for lieavv four-ton trucks and lighter
throe-quarter ton "utility wagons
now totals 1,1)01) cars, to bo delivered to
luiiau steamships at houth Brooklyn
wharves in the shortest possible time.
Three hundred and ten of tho-m trucks
Hid wagons are now waiting shipment
TWO ACCIDENTS IN UuBERTSON
(Mt. Olivet Tribune.)
hast week, while trying to catch
i calf to mu.l,. it, Will Kuin met with
l very painful accident which might
havo proven serious. In the sculllc that
followed, the calf thtust one of its
I'orns into Will's face, just to tho right
of the nose, making a perforation that
ieembled u largo bullet wound. It
was a narrow escape from serious in
jury. Ono day last week, while Claude
Ilcntley and Mont Kenton wero driv
ing Home hoi out of a lot, a how at
ttmpted to pass Mont and he kicked at
ior to turn her back. About the time
Mont kicked, tho sow opened her mouth
and tho top of Mon't foot struck a
tusk tooth in the sow's mouth, the
tooth penetrating the foot and making
1 serious injury, from which it has been
teared blood poison would result.
FIFTY YEARS AGO IN CINCINNATI
Octoboi 10, 1801.
A general court martial was organ
ized 111 Cincinnati yesterday for the
trial of such prisoners as may be
biought before it. Colonel T. C. Has
sett presides, Captain .1. D. Taylor la
Judge Advocate and Jleuben Daily Ho
John S. Nixon of Covington, Collec
tor of Internal Hovcnue, was captured
iccently In Trimble county whilo on
federal duty by n band of guorrillus,
who robbed him of SOO and destroyed
all his papers. Ho returned to Coy
iugton la.it night.
Sixteen building permits issued yes
Icrday. Approximate values 1 18,000.
The market is well set for an ad
vanco in gold. Counterfeit fifty-cent
nieces are plenty in tho city.
Weather clear and pleasant. The
-5ll?er Moon arrived from Memphis
with 110 bales of cotton.
Two companies havo boon organized
for boring for oil along tho Ohio River
"Tho most Important result will bo In
tho establishment of a groat number of
rofiliorioji In Cincinnati," says tho nows
lllot air 'fururlc,ea are being more
widely used than ever in .Clncliina'tl.
ThcT aro deservedly popular because I
MALT- LIQUOR CONSUMED
Total of 2,030,347,372 Onllons, the
Largost ill History of Country.
(Wall Street Journal.)
Malt liquor consumption in tho Unit
ed States during the past year reached
the maximum total in the history of
the rmlntry. The nggregnte comprised
I,u:i0,:il:7,:i7!2 gallons. Since 11105 then
has been an increase of approximately
fiOn,000,0()ll gallons. The average con
sumption was SJ0.02 gallons per capita,
llelow am the returns of consumption
from domestic and imported upply, be
ginning with 1S1K1:
Total Consume'! '.('.
IIM'I L7'l(),:U",'l72 20 02
UM2 l,!:i2,5:tl,lSt 11I.SI0
Hill 1, 0(10,!) 1 l,7ii 20 CO
1010 . . 1, Si5 IJWOmS 20.0!)
m0H 1,".i2,0:U,120 111.07
11)08 1,S2S,7;12,11S 20.20
1007 i,822,:ii:i,o2.i 20..-1O
moo ...1,700,121,221 1D..T1
mo.5 i,53S,r.20,oio is.02
IflOl l.l!)!),:i(S,21.-) 17.01
mo.t . i,ico,:ios,:i3o
1001 l,2.")ll,()l)0,4-l t
Total consumption per capita.
'Malt liquors comprise about i'l', o'
the entire consumption of liquors i,i
the United States.
A Canadian steamship ticket agent
has been arrested on the eharge ol
high treason, lie is said to have aided
Austrian reservists in leaving the coun
The American Hankeis' Association
determined to send a committee to
Washington to confer witli the Federal
Keserve Hoard over changes in the
new banking law.
AND ST'EAKING OF NxVMES
Position wanted in a private family
lv a young woman. One who can and
will help or manage the housekeeping
and catering department; is capable
and experienced in that capacity, and
also in the capacity of running and of
the superintending, the care and main
tenance of any automobile. Al-o ol
planning and superintending traveling
expeditions in the K.isteru and Western
parts of the I'nited States. Address
...iss 1KBXK NOITAI.I,, etc. l-'rom the
NEWS AND VIEWS.
Miss l.ucretia Tnvers, lire chief at
Wellesley college, plans to start lire
drills day and night.
Tho latest complaint lodged against
i he war in Kuropc is that it will cause
a glas's eye famine in this coitntiy.
District Attorney Whitman of New
York announces that the loan .sharks
have all been practically driven from
In announcing a retrenchment sys
tern on the Southern railroad, Presi
dent Fairfax llarrihon has cut his own
salary -0 per cent.
"Uncle Hob" Knox, a (leorgia farm
er, aged 00, four times a widower bv
death and twice by divorce, is looking
lor a seventh helpmeet.
On aisconnt of the vvM in ICurope it
is announced that the battleship Heel
will probably not be sent through the
Panama canal to tho San Francisco ex
hibitiou next April.
Postal savings deposits in Xew York
lucre ised -fl,lSl, ISli during August,
bringing the total deposits in that tor
litory up to 4'"y!o,uV Tho gain in
postal savings in . the entire country
Villa is preparing for trouble either
with Ourranu or the United States,
according to his friends here, who say
he has accumulated a largo store of
ammunition within the past four
months, buying steadily in shipments
lroin one to live carloads as rapidly as
the goods could bo delivered.
The annual report of the Commission
er of Pensions, just niiuto public in
Washington, shows "I'l.C'IU fewer pen
sioners and !p7,0."i8,.r(72 less than the
total appropriation paid out. Tho total
number of pensioners is S5,2'J0 and
tho total paid out as pensions ifl72,
In an attempt to reproduce a light
at sea between a submarine boat and
armed cruisers such as they had read
about in connection with the European
war, Mishawnka youths, says a ilia-
patch from South Homl, Iml., came
near causing tho death of one of thoir
companions, uunniii c.eoum. i..u ",
, . t, ,, t, rni. I
in a barrel, which was to represent
tho submarine, was sent to tno uottoiu
of the St. Joseph river. His life was
saved by men on the bank. Geould
entered an old elder barrel with a
hole bored in the top and his companions
began to heave heavy boulders at tho
craft. The rocks turned the barrel over
and a rush of water through the holo
submerged Geould. Tho beys are all
about twelve year old.
.-o. im itr
You want yjur hens I tying now of
year, vvnetiier you sr'i eggs or just nave
10 supply your uwu laiiiuy. v.uiiic in
and you will soon be gctiing all the egge you
want. It does make bens lay guaranteed to
do it or your money back.
Lok cut Iji Roup ( till lime iht molt liintciout ol ll
' roulhr tfitttut. Punt f.vr Rtrntr Ii unnia 14 cute,
"MAKING GOOD WITH
"THREE MEN AND A WOMAN"
Iiiibin Drama in Two Parts
Is tho Discontinuance, of Train On
Ij. & N. May Soon Be Fut Back.
Siiporinleiideiit W. II. Anderson, of
the local division of the L. & N, came
to Carlisle Monday morning to meet
with the business men of the town and
hear the argument here int favor of
continuing the train which readies here
nt 0:1." going to Maysville and re
turns at 0: IS.
Mr. Anderson stated that he had re
ceived petitions and letters not only
lroin the business men of Carlislo and
Nicholas, but fiom Maysville and Lex
ington as well, and that he was about
convinced that this train is a necessity
during tho tobacco season. However,
he said, that owing to the absolute
i ecessity of cutting down expenses
soincwhi're, ho did not fool warranted
in taking up the matter with the of
ficials of the road and urging the con
tinuance of this train just now. lie
stated, however, that ho would meet
it bout the lirst of December with local
business ineii, and take up their case
lor the resumption of this train service
during the tobacco season.
The elimination of this early trail
will work a hardship on the rural mai
Foiviro, the carriers leaving town tie
lore the S:'M train reaches here, thu
depriving rural subscribers of a ilailv
paper until the following day
School teachers at Myers and Pleasant
Valley, who go down i".ich moiling
will also be fofcod to board near theii
H'hools in Mtoad of going down each
As stated in The Mercury last week
Mr. Anderson seemed to think that tliif
order possibly would be temporary, ami
Miming at a time when there is a lul
in travel, would not prove so incon
veuient as expected. A general policv
of retrenchment adopted by the road
on account of a falling oil of some
thing like i million dollars in earning.'
since the first of July, is respousibh
lor the order, which will affect the com
muter service on several branches.
The order, which goes into euect Sun
day, will eliminate only one train oi
this bianch the early north bourn'
train. The rest of the schedule will re
main as at present.
JOHN COULD WELL AFFORD
A NEW SPOT.
John Morse fell at the comer oi
Chuieh and Stalliiiau streets yesterd iv
and broke his arm. This is the thin"
timo Mr. Morso has fallen on tin
spot. Merryvillo (Iowa) Hnnuor.
SAYS ELLA WIIEELER WILCOX:
In every thousand people who are liv
ing on this earth, not more than one i
alive. To bo really alive means mori
than to be a moving, breathing, eating,
drinking and talking human creature.
The man or woman who achieves great
things in the mental world, and win
neglects the body, tho health, the per
sonal appearance, cannot live life to iU
fullness or perfection.
Thought is powo., and when though!
is spent on the Hy-and-by instead of be
ing used on the Xow, it is as wasteful ay
to throw gold into the sea instead ol
sending it into circulation to beuotlt
Tho years may bo compared to drove-
of wild horses. If you fly in terror bo
tnro t!u,m t,,oy wm traniiln jou uimIpi
thoir foot, but if you tame and liar
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u.m thov wl wirry yolU ,uariu,
f() gUmmlt of mw
There is no such thing as stnmliii'.
still in this world. Rneh soul is either
ljttlo stronger or a llttlo weaker, a
itt nobler or a little less noble, a
Jittlo more sclfreliant or a little more
(impendent todav than it was yesterday
Tho face cannot stay young unless
tho henrr cs uept warm
all timet o
a icw nciu
t the zsrnryryiJ-
y ki i i v -SLmm
f fjffgf sf BeSoUkl
Made at Moscow, Ohio.
75c for a Full
Choice Iowa Timothy Seed
Northern Seed, Rye
J. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
Old papers 5 cents a hundred at Tho
Hvraciise Univeisity lootbrill players
will bL. numbered this year, each player!
carrying the same number throughout
The report of the House Judiciary
Committee recommending that no ftirth
or proceedings be taken on the charges
against Associate Justice Wright, of
tho District of Columbia Supreme Court,
was filed with the House. -
IN OLD KENTUCKY.
Kd Miller, east of the city, caught
seven giown squirrels from one hole in
a tree witli his hands. Ho used a pair
of gloves after capturing the fust one
and never got a scratli on his hands.
There is an extra large ciop of paw
paws this year. (Jeorge Straw dor, a col
oied man, who lesides on Lawienci
Creek, says that his wife has made sov
iial gallons of paw-paw butter aim
that it is fine.
-Mr. F. C. CInrdy, of near (Irhcey,
brought to this olllco H'Veral Octobei
caches which are beauties. One of
them measures ten ami a half inches ii
circumference and weighs about ten
ounces. Tho otheis sue neiitlv as largo
J. X. Herrymaii is "some pumpkin''
raior. I1L has on exhibition at C. A.
Coleman's live pumpkins woiiliinj.
"Vi, 70, 00, 1." and IIS pounds. Kight
pumpkins were on the vine, the above
being the largest. Tho other three
weigh from s to l."i pounds each. The
vaiiety is known as tho "Haiiana
(Frankfort State Journal.)
Tho Courier-Journal has more than
once called Louisville "horseless town"
because of m lack of interest in hordes.
Hut if the.v bet on 'em at Douglas Park
and eat 'em as liamlKirer stead tliev
a list be interested inlinrs,- m the Ken
Edison Day October 21
t ' i ' i
Kentucky Limestone Din
Tbe best fuitilizor in the
For introductory prices phono or write to
C. G. DEGMIN, Springdale, Hy.
A.G.SULSER CLARENCE MATHEWS
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Everybody says that this present crop of tobacco is tho largest
and best ono ever grown in Mason County.
Now that you havo your part of this groat crop In tho barn,
don't tako tho chanco of losing It by flro
LET US INSURE IT FOR YOU.
Wo represent tho largest and strongest group of Fire Insurv
anco Companies doing business in Kentucky,
SULSER, MATHEWS &
nl'tlV illlliuimi iim a-tiuaniiii,
H-l t.4 l-ii-ii-iiii-irl-ii-iii-J
Mason Fruit Jars
TO CLOSE OUT
Pint Jars at 40c Per Dozen.
Quart Jars at 50c Per Dozen.
Half Gallon Jars
Jelly Glasses at
BEST QUALITY ts
RIl I AVCI
Per Gal. for the Best
Apple Brandy Made!
Quart. Buy Before it is Too Late.
M. C. RUSSELL CO
The riomiiig Circuit Court begins next
(iold to the value of fO,.'UH,000 was
s,,,t " OtTawa to be applied to tho
olJ'" indebtedness of New York Cit
FEDERAL LEAGUE SAID TO BE
AFTER CINCINNATI BALL
(I'riday's Enquirer.) '
The Federal League is said to lie aft
ei the ground occupied by tho old Ma
ley, Thompson Moffot plant, ' at
Lighth ami Kvans streets, just west of
Millcreek, and if it is successful in
acquiring this strip of ground Cincin
nati will be given a place in that or
ganization. The Federal Lodguo has
overal weak spots in its organization
and it has long had eyes on Cinoi)ltati.
(lilmore and his associates holievo that
now is the time to jump into Cincin
nati, especially since the' Cinciunat!
team made such a poor showing in the
.National League fight.
COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS
Many Maysville People Havo Found
This to Bo True.
Are you wrctehed in bad weather?
Does every cold frettlo on your kid
Does your back icho and become
Aro miliary passages irregular and
These symptoms aro causo to sus
pect kidney weakness.
Weakened kidneys Meod quick holp.
Do.in's Kidney Pills aro especially
prepared for weakened kidneys.
Grateful people recommend them.
A, Sorries, locksmith, Abenleon, O.,
avs: "Tho action of niy kidneys was
niegular and tho kidnoy'vse Vions con
tained sediment. 1 had 1 e and
vvhi'.i stooping, it was hi
stiaighteu. Colds always
kiduevs. I used Doan's
ami they stopped tho tro.
kidneys became strong."
The above is not an isola
Sorties is only ono of ir
vicinity who havo gratefu
Doa'as. it your back aej
kiduevs bother you, don't
for a kidnev remedy ask df
Doan's Kidney Pills, tho sail
Somes hd. 50o all store.
Milbitrn Co., Props.. Buffalo.
Tiansfer and General Haul
ui.iko a specialty of largo ci'
Olliee and barn l'I0 Kast Sec
Piiones ll" and 122S.
world. S.r7o to 0770 pure M
CO. J& "SHF p
viniuuu - w ( m
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at 65c Per Dozen."
20c Per Dozen.
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