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Here is. a Special bargain -"We are selling
made in "1910," putte goods, at $2 a gallon.
Think of it, $4 gradd for $2.
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
Authors Unique Find.
T)eforo Earnest Copplo burled him
Bolt In the Jer oblivion of a Canadi
an forest ho found one friend among
Loo, Wok, tho taciturn laundryrann,
was unwrapping tho last boiled shirt
tho author would over wear. Copplo
suddenly grasped him by his cotton
shoulder and looked searchlugly in
to tho celestial's narrow eyes.
"Tell me." ho pleaded, ''did you
over hoar of a poem called 'When
WIlllo Came to Say Good-Night? "
Leo Wok shook his high-cheeked
head In unconcern.
"Mo no sabeo," ho mumbled.
Tho yellow peril Btaggercd In fright
as Earnest Copplo hugged joyously tho
only mortal who had never read
"When Llttlo Willie Said Qood-Nlght."
Much Money Is Wasted.
Americans spend $20 for alcoholic
liquors for every $1 that buys tea
and coffeo. Our tobacco costs flvo
times as much as our now churches,
remarks Gerard In tho Philadelphia
-Every tlmo wo give ?1 to a heathen
wo hand out $1.10 for chewing gum.
Candy takes from our pockets two
and one-half times as much as our
medicines, which is truly fortunate.
It Is said that Americans spend an
averago of $8 a year for Jewelry, but
I don't believe it. Our total imports
of precious stones are only about fifty
cents a year for each Inhabitant. All
tho silver and tho gold which are
mined on earth in a year rdded to
those precious stones docs not equal
$8 a head.
Power Trawl Fishers' Success.
Tho adoption of power trawl vessels
for fishing in man) parts of tho world
has been frequently described in Daily
Consular and Trade Reports. At Hull,
England, all previous records In con
nection with tho local fishing industry
wore broken on September 23 by tho
trawler Dane The vessel had fished
off the coast of Iceland and its catch
realized $9,000, or $1,000 more than
tho' previous record figure. In this
Instance, however, the owners were
helped by tho keen demand for flsh
depressed spirits, melancholy, desire to cry,
fear of something evil about to happen, creeping feeling along the spine, palpitation,
hot flashes, weariness, sallow complexion with dark circles under the eyes, pain In
the lift breast, or a general feeling that llfo Is not worth living,
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and. restore them to plumpness and health. Tell mo it you are worried about your
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SOME GOOD FOUND IN WAR
Causes More Thought to Be Given to
tho Beauty of the Ordinary
Things of Life
Commenting on tho fact that tho
war In Europe haB caused a revival
of tho religious spirit in Franco and
that a similar revhal of religious feel
ing Is reported from other countries
engaged In tho great conflict, tho Chi
cago Sunday Herald says editorially:
This is not strange. In tho faco of
tho terrific fact of world-wldo war, not
only religion but also art, literature,
llfo and all sights and sounds and
shades of beauty must havo taken on
an added value.
Tho .peasant's vino-embowered cot
tage, tho llttlo vineyard In tho South,
tho simple rounds of dally life things
which seemed a matter of courso
three months ago must now eeem be
yond nil measure valuable.
Fatherhood, motherhood and nil tho
intimacies of family lifo so rudely cut
by war how Incredibly high, holy and
Important they must Beem now that
separation has come to know exactly
what they meant to all I
In ordinary times men tako llfo,
love, religion, calmly. They tako them
ns mere Incidents of tho common way,
as things which no one need dwell too
fondly on. Then suddenly thoro comes
a crisis and they sco them In a differ
Truly of religion, art and all forms
of beauty that move and breatho upon
tho world it may bo said:
But you were not so fair, nor so could
Were It not your beauty, wonder-sweet,
An ndiled splendor from tho face of death!
PRESIDENT ANGRY AT NEGRO
President Wilson Thursday cut short
ntervlew with a group of Negroes
on 'the seggreimtinn of I-Vdernl nni
ployes, anil informed tliein that the,
would hnvo to get another spokesman
if they caino again.
Colli Top Patent Leather Shoes, $.1.00
to l.'.OO. Merz Bros.
Read my Free Offer:
I am a woman.
I know a woman's trials.
I know her need of sympathy and help.
If you, my sister, are unhappy bucatiso of Ill
health, If you feel unlit for household duties,
soclul pleasures, or dally employment, write
and tell mo Just how you suffer, and ask for my
free ten days' trial of n. 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 home at a
cost of about 12 cents a week.
If you suffer from women's peculiar ailments
causing pain In the head, back, or bowels, feel
ing of weight and dragging. 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,
When it was finally decided to tear
down tho old bulldlug In one back
room of which Mr. Uellniny and sev
eral of his cronies had met on Thurs
day evonlnga to play skat and enjoy
other festivities appropriate to the
occasion, tho burning question of tho
hour became what to do with the club
"One of yoil fellows," Bald tho man
who owned tho house nnd Incidentally
had owned tho cat, "ought to take
care of her. Hypatia la a good cat and
flue looker. It would be a shame to
turn her out Into' tho street with no
home and no friends. Bellamy, she
haB always boon fond of you. What's
tho matter with your taking her?"
"Me?" exclaimed Bellamy. "Mo?
Good Lord! My wife hates cats."
"Meow!" Interrupted Hypatia, and
rubbed patches of her now summer
garments off on tho leg of his trous
ers. Bellamy softened at that mark of
"Never mind, old girl," he said, "I
won't go. back on you. We'll go up
to the house together and seo what we
Bellamy carried Hypatia homo In o
hat box. Mrs. Bellamy viewed the
bundle with suspicion and alarm.
"What have you there?" she asked.
"Just a llttlo surprise," said Bel
He raised tho lid of the box and
Hypatia, released from her unwonted
confinement, jumped halt way across
"A cat!" she cried. "Why, Harvey,
that Is a cat. What did you bring her
"To kill tho mice," said Bellamy.
"Mice?" she echoed. "Why, thcr
Isn't a mouse about tho place." ..
"There ain't?" said Bellamy ex
cltedly. "Great Scott, haven't you
heard 'em? Why, the way they ram
page through tho walls every nlghl
plnylng golf and baseball Is enough
to wake tho dead. I haven't been able
to sleep for a week on account of tlu
racket. That's the reason I got Hy
patia. I want her to kill them off
So for on night at least Hypatls
was permitted to enjoy tho hospital
Ityxif the Bellamys. Tho next morning
Bellnmy took his tlmo at dressing
His wife, beliJg curious concerning tht
welfare of her unwelcome guest, pro
reded him to tho store room where
Hypatia had been quartered for tht
night, and cautiously opened the door
As Hypatia rushed out she looked lr
and straightway sounded a ringing
call to arms Bellamy bolted down
the hall from one direction and th
cook from the other.
"What Is the matter?" they asked.
"A mouse!" responded Mrs. Bel
lamy, weakly, and keeled over ngalnsl
tho wall. Bellamy held the rodent nl
arm's length nnd flourished It by tlu
tip of the tall triumphantly.
"What did I tell you?" ho said
"Didn't I say the house Is allvo wltb
"Yes," admitted his wife. "It's funn3
I never heard them, though. I sup
pose we'll have to keep Hypatia an
other night now.
Immediately after breakfast Mrs
Bellamy summoned the janitor anc
pointed to the moribund mouso.
"Henry," she said severely, "what it
A look of constornatlon overspread
tho big Swede's Infantile faco.
"A maas," ho gasped. "A maas
Wharo you gat heom?"
If tho cultivation of mice In a prl
vato apartment had been the height ot
human ambition Mrs. Bellamy conic
have betrayed exultation no mor
complete than that which thrilled hei
voice as she replied:
"Here. Right hero In our own flat
I want you to clean out my storeroorc
and take up my carpets and rugs and
stop up all tho rat holes. Tho things
will eat us allvo If wo don't get rid ol
Although tho bewildered Swede
worked until bedtime tearing up car
pets and moving furniture, nelthpi
mice nor their means ot egress and In
gross were discovered. Nevertheless
that night Hypatia slew two more ol
her hereditary foes.
"I am going out this afternoon tc
look for a flat. I can't stand It to be
eaten by mice," said Mrs. Bellamy.
Sbo really did start, but she had
got no further than her own ball doot
when she met a boy who wanted to
see Mr. Bellamy.
"What do you want to seo him
about?" she asked.
"Oh, nothln' much," was tho vague
Mrs. Bellamy oponed the door to
the widest limit.
"Llttlo boy," she said, with Beduc
tlvo graclousness, "wouldn't you like
a dish of pudding nnd somo. fruit?"
"Yes, ma'am," sold the boy.
Sbo entertained him for half an
.hour. As a result of the Intorvlow she
abandoned her Intention of looking for
"I ,om glad of that," said Bellnmy
that evening when appraised of her
decision. "Where Is Hypatia?"
The distilled sweetness of Mrs. Bel
lamy's voice -was positively cloying.
"I gay her," she sold, "to little
Billy Mosea. Ho was up here this aft
ornoon to see If you "want him to de
liver any more dead mice, and to col
lect for those he has already 'fur.
ntshad. He. says 'hfs .father's Bfeop Is
Hopes Her Statement, Made Public,
vrill Help Other Women.
Mines, Ala."! must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Rcid, of tills place, "Ilia!
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Ucforc 1 commenced using Cardui. I
would spit up everything 1 ate. 1 had a
lired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. 1 could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con
tinuously. Since taking Cardui. I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
' seems to aigest an
rluht. and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer-
rl lls6ocommon to your seX u Js
For half a century, Cardui has been re
lieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the aboye,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com
posed of ingredients which actspecifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
n rite to .- Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladlts' Ad
visory, Dcpt.. Chattanoogj. Tenn., (or special In
Itructumi on your cat anJ b4-ruice book, "llomt
v-utraent for women," tent In Di;n wrapper. UC12D
CAVE DWELLERS OF AMERICA
Europe Is by No Means the Exclusive
Holder of Prehistoric
Tho American cave dwellers wore
not ape men, nor even big-Jawed, low
browed meat eaters, like tho alleged
associates of the famous, albeit an
onymous, owner of the "Neanderthal
skull.' Corn and squash seeds, three
kinds of gourds, the stone wetate, and
the slender bones of birds tell of tho
largely vegetable diet ot these prime
val cave dwellers.
Evidences of religious worship
abound llttlo estufas, with places for
tno sacred flro among tho dwellings,
and largo oues In tho open canyon
whero circles of communal huts, In
close the central floor, hardened by
the feet of thousands of dancerB.
Here, still unoxplored, are hundreds
of tiny cavern houses burrowed In
cliffs 500 to GOO feet high, colored In
maroon, ochre, sober gray and gyp
sum white hues that In tho sunset
glow In furnace reds rind royal pur
plo and deep lavendur.
Not far away "at Casa Grande, a
raco of tall men lived In larger caves
and loft their mummified dead to tell
of six-foot braves and broad-hipped
women, while at Frljoles tho bodies
dlum height, with horo nnd there a
swathed In woven cloths were of me
taller warrior. Reservoirs to Impound
water for siege or drought; ditches for
Irrigation; plctographs that are a me
lango of bird and reptile, beasts and
wolrd Imitations of tho human form
divine; pottery In shards and un
broken; splintered bows and feath
erloss arrows; llber-soled sandals, and
blankets thickened with rabbit fur are
found In some of theso ancient cavern
houses. National Magazine.
Protested War With England.
One hundred years ago Massachu
setts sent a circular letter to tho othor
Now England states Inviting them to
send delegates to a convention in
Hartford to protest against tho contin
uance of tho war with England. The
presence of tho British and tho de
moralization of tho shipping had long
weighed heavily on tho people of Now
England. While tho loyalty and
patriotism of tho citizens were never
Ifl question, thero was a certain ele
ment, made up principally of tho po
litical opponents of President Madi
son, who were confirmed In their hos
tility to tho war. It was said at tho
tlmo that their opposition' went so far
as to contemplate secession or ob
struction to the government In prose
cuting tho war, but this was stoutly
denied by thoso responslblo for the
Land Engagement In 1812.
One hundred years ago the Amer
icans and British met In a skirmish at
Lyons Creek, near tho Niagara fron
tier. This was tho last long engage
ment fought In tho North In the War
of 1812, Tho action wus between sev
eral detachments of United States reg
ulars, with a small party of dragoons
nnd riflemen, about nine hundred men
in all, and a select British corps of
1,300 men. Tho British made tho at
tack, and after somo sharp fighting
were repulsed with considerable loss.
Tho loss on tho American side amount
ed to G8 killed, wounded nnd missing.
Soon aftor this date tho American
army, after destroying Fort Erie, re
tired across tho bbrdor and went into
winter quarters at Buffalo, Black Rook
Will Wear Uniforms.
The girls in one ot tho fashionable
schools near New York will wear a
uniform costumo this winter, and tho
dealer who makes tho dresses Is
bound not to sell them to nny ono
else, so that excluslveness Is still
(let your Hunting Licouso before
you go into the field, and avoid tho
possibility of arrest.
GREAT NEED F0R COURTESY
Matter Really Costs Very Little, Yet
It Means So Mucin to the
After tho nations of tile world have
proved that they are thruugh with war
by melting up nil their armament, the
great reform next in order will bo that
of Instituting universal clurtesy. This
reform may bo said to be on Its foot,
oven at the present tlnle, but It Is
wobbly-legged and needs It great deal
Wo have somo very courteous in
dlviduals In our midst, inclit of whom
woro born that way and wlo Insist on
staying that way dosplto tall tempta
tions to tho contrary; but wo have
some who are almost hopelps.
Courtesy is just another) name for
unsolflshnoss. Tho greedy), self-con-toreH
Individual Is nover courteous, no
matter what kind of rnanntjrs ho dis
plays In public. Courtesy dcAes not re
veal itself for effect; it Is not calcu
lating. It acts out of the pilomptlnga
of consideration for tho Juilt claims
and rights of others, and, lit smaller
matters at least, It Is even willing to
make sacrifices. It is tho lenso of
servlco revealed in action.
When you give your nelgnbor a
smllo instead of a frown you dp him a
real service, for you cause Ihlm to
smile and bo happy. It is courteous
therefore, to smile.
When you smother tho nuedlcss
word of criticism you savo somo one a
pang. It is courteous, therefore, to
control your tongue. !
It doesn't matter vory much at Just
what angle you tip your hat t& a) lady,
although It is commendable to regard
such points. Tho Important thing! Is to
look like you were glad of the opportu
nity to tip It. That is the real cour-
If tho world would start out today to
follow two rules smile and avoid
mean gossip It would bo almost Wlvl
llzed at tho end of a year.
COULDN'T ATTEND TO BOTH
Grocery Clerk Found That Putting Up
Orders and Talking Baseball
Didn't Go Together.
The manager ot a largo Portland
(Ore.) grocery storo took great pleas
ure In relating a few "plays" pulled off
by one of his clerks. This clerk is a
"fan." One of those absorbed, wl
nnd woolly baseball lovers who ca
talk, expand and argue tho grea
game at any time nnd anywhere. Hi!
duties at the store keep him anchoret1
most of tho time, though on spccla
occasions ho Is assigned to tho teams.
Among his duties is to put up or
tiers for customers in tho high-toned
section of tho city. While ho was en
gaged In this work tho other day one
of his chums (also a "fan") camo
and they began to talk baseball. The
grocery clerk kept on putting up the
orders, but his thoughts wero all on
that Important subject, baseball.
In the courso of his argument ho
went to tho shelf and got a case of
starch Instead of a package of sugar;
put up tomatoes instead of potatoes,
put In n bag of flour in place of an or
der for lard; read maple sirup instead
of condensed milk, and would have
drawn molasses Into tho kerosene can
if some one had not called him away
for n moment as ho started for tho
For a time this was the way that his
orders went out and it caused a riot
among threo or four of tho best cus
tomers. Ho is still a good deal of a
"fan," but ho Is not going to put up
any orders while engrossed In his fav
Restored To Health by Lydjp
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
Montpeller, Vt. "Wo have great
faith in your, remedies. I was very ir
regular and was
tired and sleepy all
tho time, would have
cpld chills, and my
hands and fcetwould
bloat My 8toma.cn
bothered me. I haa
pan in my.sjdo npd
a bad headache most
of the tlrne. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound has
dono mo lots of stood
and I now feel fine. I am regular, my
etomncn ta Defter anq my pains, hay o au
loft mo. You can use my nomcuif ypu
like, i am proud ol what your reme
dies have dono for me."-Mrs. Mahy
Gautiher, 21 Rtdgo gt, Mnntpclier.Yt,
An Honest Dcpondablo Mcdlcino
It must bo admitted by every fair
minded, intelligent person, that a medl
cino could not live and row In popularity
for nearly forty years, and to-day hojd
a record for thousands .upon thousands
of actual cures, as has Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetablo Compound, without
possessing great virtue, and actual
worth. t Such medicines must bo looked
upon and termed both standard and
dependable by every thinking person.
If you hnvo tho slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Plukhnm's Vogct
lle Compound will help you, wrllfi
vie,, ,Xf 1W.wIl lf a
It is against tho law to hunt with
out license, and all porsons intending
to hunt should tako out a ltccnfo.
Hvtrnre ol Ointment For I'ntnrrli Tlmt
raorcury will lurely del troy the tenie of imell
nd completely derange the wholo syitem when
entering It through the raucous iurfacei. Such
article! should never be used except on prescrip
tion front reputable phyilclant, as the damage
they will do is tenfold to the good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.,con
tains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous iv'tcesof
the system. In buying Uall's Catarrh Oure be
sure you get the genuine It is taVen Internally
and made In Toledo, O., by F. J. Cheney A Co
Sold by Druggists. Prlce75 perbottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for oonstlpatlon.
DR. E. Y. HIOKS
HOURS 9:30; 12; 1:30; 4
216Ja Court Street Phono 101
JOHN1 W. PORTER.
Oflico Phone 37. Homo Phono 90.
17 E. Second St., Maysvillo, Ky.
Look and See Why You
Should Buy Oysters
Becauso they arc cheap, healthy and
They havo no bones to throw away.
They havo no fat or wasto.
They are all meat.
They are good.
Theso are only a few of tho facts
about oysters, and tho price is not high
uid wo havo arranged with tho best
shippers in Baltinioro for fresh shucked
oysters to arrive hero daily.
vuvo us your oruer and sco what a
Iclioious flavor there is in fresh oysters.
J, C. CABLISH
& BR0. I
When You Need Anything in the Line of
IEWELRY, WATCHES, CUT GLASS,
Cot the best. We will furcish you with any of the goods mentioned
above for a price that will be satisfactory to you. In Clocks we I
handle the Seth Thomas nnd the New Haven, the very best Clocks in
the world. In Cut Glass we handle LJbbey's, without an equal. In
Sterling Silver we handle Gorhntn Manufacturing Company, Whiting
Manufacturing Company and Towle's line. In Watches, Howard,
Elgin, Walthatn, Hamilton. Illinois and Diiebcr-Hauipden; can't get
any better. Jewelry of the lending pud best makes.
hoiee Iowa Timothy Seed)
Northern Seed Rye
C. EVERETT 4 CO.
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A.G.SULSEK CLAKtNUt MAIIItWS
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Everybody says that this prosont crop of tobacco is tho largost.
fd best ono over grown in Mason
Now that you havo your part
bn't take tho chance of losing it
LET US INSURE
Wo represent tho largest and
Companies doing business in
I SULSER, MATHEWS & CO.
StHtoNntt. n.l llftiik llulnlliig.
Fancy New Orleans Molasses
I am receiving Dally Seal Shippod
ity nud nlwats handled in tho most Sanitary Manner, They aro flno this year '"
nnd, prices reasonable In a few days I will bo rocolvlng Flno Michigan Po
tatoes the wry best that comes to this market. You will make bo mis tako
If yu buy yitur Potatoes of mo. My purchases of fall aud wiutor goods are
corajhig ovorylday and in a vory short timo-my s.took will bo full and com
plete, consisting of ovory articlo in my lino, of tho vory best. Vegetables and
Fruits of all luads, and of tho very boat always in stock. Prunes, Evaporated
Peaches, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Dates, Figs, and ovory article in that line;
in. fact, ovory Articlo and of thq very best, usually found in a storo of the
hlftii X run. A pig supply of Appjes, Oranges and Lemons always in stock, and
don't forgot tlint I sell both Vfholesale and-rotall, Swoot Oidor on tap. .'
St m M M M
Guess How Many
See (bur West
22 WEST SEICOND STREET,
First National Bank Building,
MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO.
TRANSFER AND 02NERAL
Wo make a specialty of laige contracts.
OITico and barn East Frmt Street.
Dr. P. G. SPOT
Secntut Fluor MnHonlc Temple,
Third mill BlnrketStreoU,
Nprrlal Addition In IM-iir lifttir
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
ISttidencr, 12t K Third St Teleuhonti
office at, residence?, Office houri, to to it
it. tit.; 3 to 4 p. n,. Ttot) p. tit. Sundays
STERLING SILVER and
THE JEWELER AN
J.U.tYtKtll 5. V. BHUWHIKu
of this great crop in the barn,
IT FOB YOU.
strongest group of Fire Insur-
aud on Tap
Baltinioro Oysters of tho Finost Qua!-
THE LEADING GROCER
a hundred at Tli 'l(H
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