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When a woman gets sick- and lias to
go to bed, says Luko McLuko, alio ar
ranges tlio scenery so that alio looks
pathetic and interesting. But when a
man sots sick and has to go to bed,
ho usually looks liko something tlio cat
lias brought in.
400,000,000 NEW STAMPS
Government Printing Presses Speeding
To Turn Them Out.
'Washington. (Jovorninent printing
presses uro speeding to turn out 100,
000,000 intermit rcenuo stamps re
quired by the new unr tax. Jn the
meantime, dealers and manufacturers in
tobacco and others required to pny the
special taxes will have all of November
to obtain tlio nece-'Siry stamps, al
though the law became effective .Mon
day. The internal revenue buro'iu al
ready has received small quantities of
stamps and soon will be in position to
caro for the demands from collectors.
Where stumps are not ready in Millie
lent quantities a provision In the law
meets the situation and the tax will
bo paid later.
BUY EGOS 1V-. TROOPS.
Chicago, Xov. It. Movers for English
merchants have made arrangements
through ban Us for the purchase of all
available -.forage eggs in Chicago. Six
hundred thousand eggs made up the
iirdt shipment today consigned to Lon
When .Tessc E. Wiench, a professor
at the University of Missouri, advocates
government ci'ntiol and ultimate owner
ship to iodide the higli rnt of In eliall.
ho docs so, por'iips, on the theory that
tho game is a Public Putillh.
.&" Scene from Act 3, in "A Pair of Sixes," Washington Thoater, Monday Night,
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Tlio long and anxiously awaited
appearance of If. II. rni7ec's interna
tional comedy hit, "A Pair of Sixes"
will occur Monday night, November !,
at the Washington Theatre. It comes
to Maysvlllo direct from its run of a
year at tlio liongacro Theatre, New
York City, where it enjoyed n season
of popularity seldom accorded to a
farce. Mr. Kdwaid l'eple, the author,
has evolved in "A Pair of Sixes" a
clean-cut comedy that is full of vim
anil satire and works out to n logical
conclusion that is surprising ns it is
satisfying, the farce being especially
clevor in that, for once In comedy an
nals, the action of tlio plot is cumu
lative and each act closes with a rous
ing climax that leaves tlio audience
gasping in its seat with laughter. II. II,
Trance Ts well known as a Now York
manager who insists upon a perfect
cast for every company ho sends upon
the road and "A Pair of Sixes" is no
exception to this rule containing in the
enst, ns it does, such well known names
as Hertha Kreighoff, Martha Oatinan,
Itita Carlyle, John L. Kearney, Caroline
Leonard, Kendall Weston, Stnnley G.
Wood, all of whom played their re
spective character during the New
York run at the Longacre.
WILL WORK AT LOOK AND DAM.
Fifty laborers en route from Chicago
to Ashland, armed hero Monday af
ternoon on No. 22. They traveled in
an extra coach and are going to work
at tho Government dam. Ashland
WOULD RATHER BE DEAD THAN
OUT OF WORK.
Irontnu, O. Iftie Prindle of Ooltim
bus, who came to I ronton Sunday night
in search of woik, killed himself with
a icvolver here, saving he would rather
be de'id than without work.
Old papers 5 cents a hundred at The
THE VALUEJF A QUAIL
An Analysis .Gives Actual Contents In
Tho Stomach of a Singlo Bird.
Five huiidrod and sixty-eight mo.s
quitocs, one hundred nnd nlno potato
beetles, two thousand and three bun
dred and twenly-slx plant lice, one
hundred cinch bugs, thirty-nine grass
hoppers, tweho squash bugs, twelve
cut worms, twelve army worms and
oight whito bugs all these, says the
State Game Warden of Tennessee, have
been found In the stomach of a com
"What would that bird and its mate
have been worth to you?" ho asks, "if
they hail reared their little brood' on
Tho interesting and appalling menu
shows that tho birds protect not only
crops and orchard, but also the health
of men and anininls. Many of tho in
sects they destroy are carriers of di
seases. A bull bat, wo arc told, will
devour a thousand mosquitoes in one
twilight; given duo safety and encour
agement, a family of bull bats should
sullice to free any neighborhood of mos
quitoes and prevent many! cases of ill
ness as well as incalculabld discomfort.
Commenting upon the Tennessee
game warden's statement, tho Courier
lourual well observes that too manj
iurmcrs look upon birds "either with
indifference or with enmity." A bird
which now anil then grabs 'a gri.in ol
corn or wheat, n berry or a eheiry Is
regarded as .1 chronic marauder, where
as he pays in service many times over
for all that ho gets. In fact, he is a
reliable evory-day farm hand working
even days in the week, rain or shine,
and takes no half-holidays. The bird'
are busy with the break of dawn, ami
sometimes they work far into the
night. They deserve protection foi the
good they ilo. There are thousands of
farmers who need to look at the bird
question from a new view point.
In most Southern States the last few
ve.us have witnessed a popular awak
oiimg to the value of insect destroying
buds ami the importance of protecting
them. The means to this end that
are already in force .should bo upheld
ai.d encouraged by everyone, particular
b the farmers, who are so closely iu
debted to birds.
BUYING OF TURKEYS HAS BEGUN.
Mr. .I. II. Stewart, local manager ol
the Uient Bros., turkey pens, aiinoiiucei
to the Advocate yesterday that bin en
were out in the country this week pur
1 1 using fowls and were paying ten cent
the pound. While a large crop is re
ported, yet it is claimed that the fowl
are very small. Carlisle Advocate.
Tlio Carlisle tobacco market wil'
n en December 1st.
Some one has suggested that Au
stria's niilitar.v budget bo called run
You Make Friends By
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yesterdny meaning to leavo a sample of
jour noted Swamp-Root and I am cer
tainly pleased to sco anjbody connected
with the firm who makes a medicine
which has done, so much for mo ami my
fnmily. A fow years ago I was suffer
ing from a terrible pain in my back
and when 1 was up around the houso 1
had to walk with my body bent nearly
double. If you had placed a thousand
dollars abovo my head I could not
straighten up to get it.
Hearing of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
f sont to you for a sample bottlo and
from the effects of that small amount I
was sure it would help mo so 1 bought
one bottlo and it has cured me.
Shortly after that my husband who
was a coal miner, was suffering from
kidney trouble and could not work and
I sont for somo of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. Ho was in a terrible condition,
but as tho doctors had not givon mo nnv
relief, I had moro faith in Swnmp Hoot
and it was well founded, for it did tin
work and after taking a fow bottles ho
was completely cured.
I dally recommend tlio use of Swamp
Hoot to my friondi and nleghbors.
MILS. JOHN NOUDQUIBT,
Sworn and subscribed to before i
this 11th day of May, 1912.
W. I). ALLBN, J, P.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y;
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Sond ton cents to Dr. Kllmor & Co.,
illnghamton, N. Y., for a sample slo
Jiottlo, It will convinco nnyono. ion
.will also receive a booklet of valuublo
.information, tolling about tho kiilnoys
jind bladder, Whan writing, bo sure
and mention Tho Public Ledger Hog-
ular fifty-cent and oneyollar.fllits bot
In 1916 Expected By-Republicans As Re
sult of Democratic Crash
POLITICAL FERRETS DIGGING UP LEADER
Washington, Nov. 4. On top of the
Republican landslide, exceeding oven
Die most optimistic predictions of the
party leaders, political talk among lead
ers hole tonight consists largely of spec
ulation of tlio Republican nominee for
President in 1!HG.
The Itcpublicaiis believe that yester
day's showing- against tho Wilson
Democrats gives thorn (tho Republi
cans) the White House two years hence,
and that it remains; only for them to
decide who will be the man to occupj
These are the possibilities mentioned
Charles S. Whitman, Governor-elect
of Xew York.
M'lrtin B. Brumbaugh, Governor
elect of Pennsylvania.
Myron T. Merrick, of Ohio, for
.l'er Ambassador to Prance.
.lames It. Maun, of Chicago, Republi
can leader of tho Mouse of Hopre
William E. Borah, United States Sen
ator from Idaho.
Charles E. Hughes, Associate .Iutiec
of the Supreme Court.
Three Arc Out of Running.
Tlio trend of political opinion here
appears to be that Senator LaPoIlette.
of Wisconsin, and Senator Ciinim'ns, of
Iowa, as well as former Governor Had
ley, of Missouri, aie out of the rum ing.
The Republicans and, for that mat
tor,, tho Democrats, too believe that
Roosevelt is completely iu eclipse, and
does not need to be considered ns a
factor in the lIMfi race.
The liiuleis calculate that the poor
showing of Roosevelt's party means
that it is practically dead, and that
tho former President will not bo able
to "come back." As to Roosevelt be
ing able to seize the nomination oi
the Republican party, they point to tho
tremendous beatius; of his candidates
everywhere by .the Republican adver
saries ns showing that the Repub'lcans
'inve no need father to fear his ever
igain getting an ascendency ovar the
'. . p.
Tho overwhelming victory scord by
Whitman in Xew York lias caused the
Republican wNeaeres here to do some
tiling. It is regarded that he has an
.wcolloiil opportunity to bring himself
before the National public eye. Mr.
Whitman already has something of a
country wide reputation, and with a
Republican Senator to help him it i,,
figured he can build up a strong ma
chine for 1010,
MOONLIGHT SCHOOL AT PLEAS
ANT HILL CLOSES WITH
Tho very successful term of Moon
light School at Pleasant Hill School
House, closed vou Thursday evening
with an enthusiastic meeting. The
several illiterates who had for the first
timo in lifo enjoyed tho privilege of
learning to "rend and write," woro
overjoyed and begged for a coatinua
tion of tlio "Night School."
At tho close of tho session Pie
Social and a candy snlo was given. A
most enjoyablo and profltnblo ovening
was spent. Many thanks were given
tlio teacher, the trustee, and tho othci
patrons who so ably contributed to the
school's excellent success.
Would it bo correct to call a Zeppelin
an overhead charge
Mrs. P. C. Henderson nnd Mrs. AV. L.
Middleton of Poplar Piatt, Lewis coun
ty, woro hero Tuesday, enrouto home
lrom a weok's delightful visit with rel
atives and frleiuK iu Cincinnati,
Mrs. .loliu HiihIi is veiy slowly re
covering from an attack of typhoid
Miss Crosby of the county, Was hero
last week, to visit her sister, our efllc
lout teacher, Miss Luuru vrosby, and at
to ml ml tho pio social at the school
house, Thursday evening.
Word from Mis Kdna McDonald,
now a student at tho Conservatory of
Music, hi Cincinnati, Is that she Is well
and progressing nicely with her studies.
The P. T. X. Club held their rogular
monthly meeting. By special invitation
the mooting was at Bethany, A largo
crovvd was present and tho question
"IJquat Suffrngo" wuh ably discussed.
Tho dobalors woro Mr. Creed Hurrlson
nnd Mrs, G. W. Hook for tho afllrma
tives, with Messrs. O. QJ Degman and
W. H,JIook'on-t&fiogatYe,Tho a-
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GAUD IS POUNDS
Was So Weak and Thin,
Thought She Was Going
into Decline. Tells How
Vinol Helped Her.
Norfolk, Va. " My health was very
poor. I suffered from nervousness, had
no nppctito and was so thin, I thought
I was going into a decline, nnd nothing I
took seemed to help me until one day a
friend enmo into my office and told mo
if I would take Vinol it would do mo
lots of good.
"1 hnvo now taken six bottles nnd
have gained fifteen pounds: have a good
appetite nnd can cnt nnything. It is
wonderful what Vinol has done for me
in building up my health. My own
friends hardly know me nnd when any
one comes into my office tho first thing
I begin to talk about is Vinol. ' ' Mattie
Denning, Norfolk, Va.
The testimonial letters which we are
continually publishing prove tho value
of Vinol, our delicious cod liver nnd
iron tonic, and whnt it did for Miss
Denning it will do for any thin, tired,
nervous, run-down, worn-out man or
If we can induce you to try n bottle
of Vinol as a body-builder and strength
crentor, and you do not find it is nil we
claim, we will return your money on
RURAL TAX PAYERS PREFER
COMING TO TOWN.
Sheriff W. T. Parker and his deputy,
.lames W. Myers, advertised to bo at
various sections of the county for the
purpose of collecting taxes as pro
scribed by law, but from reports of
their weok's work it appears that the
farmer prefers coming to town and
paying his taxes. During the four days
in which they woro out Mr. Parker
states that they only collected $100 ot
the $U.,(H)I) tax money for tho cqunty.
In vears gono by Sheriffs visited
each Magisterial district in the county,
or rather made a House to houso can
vass, and collected taxes, but this cus
torn lias faded away.
This plan of collecting taxes was
tried by the lato C. T. Donnell during
the first year ho held tho office of
Sheriff, unit he met with the same ex
penence as did Mr. Parker tho past
week, therefore ho never tried it again
LAROEST STOCKYARDS IN THE
Chicago, Xov. 4. The Chicago Union
Stockyards, the largest cattle market
in the world, which has been iu con
tinuous business sinco 1S(1,", tonight
was ordered closed down for several
days because of the prevalence of the.
hoof ami mouth disease among cattle.
tleunre of oluluieiit for ('MUtrrb Tliul
mercury will aurelydenroy the tenia of smell
lull completely derange the whole tyitem when
uterluK It through the mucous lurfacei. Suob
trtlclesihould never be uied except on preicrip
tloni from reputable phyilolans, aa the damage
they will doii tenfold to the good you can potil
bly derive from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by K.J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., con
lalni no mercury, and li taken Internally, aottng
llrectly upon the blood and tnuoout sur'aoeiot
the ayitem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Oure be
sure you get the genuine. It li taVen Internally
and made In Toledo, O., by F, J, Cheney A Co
Sold by Drugglats. Prlce7B per bottle.
Take Hall' Family Pllliforoouatlpatlon.
As Administrator of Kllio Jackson,
deceased, I will sell nt Public Auction,
November 28th, 1914, household and
kitchen furniture, to tho highest and
best bidder, without reserve. Terms
made known on day of salo. Salo to
bogiu at 10 a. m., at her lato residence
in Phistcr Alloy, Second Ward.
HARRV C. CURRAN,
Maysville, Ky. Administrator.
OLKO RIDOELEY, OLL1E KIRKE
and MARION SA1S iu
"THE POTTER AND THE CLAY"
(Two-part Kalem Drama.)
"HE LOST ins TROUSERS"
"TIM THE TERROR"
Guess How Many
See Oar West
22wastcmi sweet, . WW-'inmKP.
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At tho Princess Theater building,
Flemiiigsburg, Friday night, November
Oth. Music by Insko's Sa.xaphono Trio.
Those who desire may dance without
Smoko La Tosca No. 5, made by the
Geo. W. Childs Cigar Co., in Maysvlllo.
It's a smoke 20Sf
TRULY, "THE KIND THAT
MOTHER USED TO MAKE."
THEY DELIGHT THE PAL
ATE AND MAKE YOU WISH
FOR MORE. THEY ARE
BAKED FRESH DAILY AND
THEY ARE WAITING FOR
YOU HERE AND AT THE
AND YOU KNOW THEY'RE
GOOD IF MADE AT
Look and See Why You
Should Buy Oysters
Becauso they aro ekpap, healthy and
They have no bones to throw away.
They have no fat or waste.
They aro all moat.
They are good.
These are only a few of the facts
about oysters, and tho price is not high
and wo have arranged with the best
shippers in Baltimoro for fresh shuckcu
ousters to arrivo hero daily.
Giv'e us your order and seo what a
delicious llavor thero is in fresh oysters.
J. C. CABLISH
When You Need Anything in the Line of
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CUT GLASS,
Get the best We will furcish you with any of the goods menl
.ilinvi for n nrice that will be satisfactory to vou. In Clod
hniiilli. the Setb Thomas nnd the
tlio um-1.1 Tn Cut filass we handle
Ktprlinc SilvL-r we handle Gorbaui
MniuifncturiiiL' Comnanv and
Klgin, Walthatn, Hamilton, Illinois
any netier. jevveiry oi me leaning
P. J. MURPHY,
Northern Seed Rye
J. C. EVERETT 4
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Everybody says that thin present crop of tobacco is the largest
and best one ever grown in Mason County.
Now that you havo your part of this groat crop in tho barn,
don't take the chanco of losing it by firo
LET US INSURE IT FOR YOU.
Wo ropresent the largest and strongest group of Firo Insur.
anco Companies doing business in Kentucky.
SULSER, MATHEWS &
u...tuw I Until. Itiili.lltifr. TflldDIIOIIS rio I. 'TZ
rancy New urieans Molasses
QUALITY FINE THIS YEAR.
t !..!.. rn.. D.1I Qtilnnad 'Rnltlninrn flvstora. nf tlin Finest Olial
j. aiu recuivuig juj mu. "'"fi""- - -- - ..
ity und always handled in tho most Sanitary Manner. Thoy aro flue this year!"
. i .. ...1 T.. n taw ilnra T will lin rnenivlinr Vlnn Michlmtn PO"
mm jiriues ruiisumiuic. " " -v"
tatoos tho very best that comes to
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ir you ouy your itiiuiucs ui mu. jiw.u.jva .... ..-v. ...-... e.. .....
-. v f . .. . l...t .- ..I. afvj.b- ...HI I.m lull imt lntn. ..IJ
coming every uay aim in u very uun
plcte, consisting of cvory articlo in my
ATUItS Ol all vKUlUS, BUU OI mo very uosi. uiwuyo in siutn. i iuuu-i, i,,aFu.,,j
Peachos, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Dates, Figs, and every articlo in that Hnutvj
in fact, ovcryl articlo and of tho very best, usually lounu in a store o mo
kind I run. X biS supply of Apples, Oranges and Lemons always, In slock, aud
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uon't xorgor i3t sou uou vfuuiwwo
V Wmi MwMfiJl5!
Now the woolen manufacfun.
America are looking for good men nu,
to d.vo for their country. v2i-
"Why does that follow look o-;
glum ami grouchy all the tiniof" 3"-A'
"I fancy It is because ho knovvssto
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Kansas City Journal.
DR. E. Y. HICKS
HOURS 9:30; 12; 1:30; 4
21G2 Court Street Phono 1041
JOHN W. PORTER.
Office Phone 37.
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17 E. Second St., Maysvlllo, Ky.
Fitst National Bank Building.
MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO.
TRANSFER AND GENERAL
Wo make n specialty of large contracts.j
Ollice and barn East Front Street.
Phono 228. '
Dr. P. G. SM00T
Seconil Floor Mnnonlc Temple,
Third nnd SlnrketStreeU,
ISi'-lil A (trillion to iH-imw of (he
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
i,.;,tm,, iii i TitritMt Ttltnhnnn
nfflrfXl. rntttuicr 1 OISC4 hourt. 10 in li
a. m.; a to 4 p. tn itoep. m. tiuttJuyit
by ai)poinl""tonty '
New Haven, the very best Clod
Libbev's. without an equal
Manufacturing Company, Wll
Towle's Hue. In Watches, IIovl
and Ducbcr-Hanipden; cau'll
enu ncsi mwco,
and on Tap
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this market, lou will maKo no niistauov
mtHilinan. nl fnl! nTnl wintAr (TAriiYe firp
wo "v "" " "u " n
lino, of tho very best. Vegetables tiuuV'J
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