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1'If.KS OUKKD IN 0 TO 14 DATS
Yourdrogglit will refund money If PAZO OINT
MUHTUIItto oure nnycine of ItohlnK, llllod
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 0 to HcUyi, 60c
Rear of Washington Theater
Receives Needed Attention
of County Judge Rico .
' The municipal clean op operations Thursday
?i oitooded to the old gmo yard lo the rear of
the Opora-houie, which has needed attention
,. for to, theso many years.
The city aud county prlaonora were brought
out tod put to work removing the mountains
of rubbish that has accumulated la tho ancient
burying ground, where reposes the bones of
many of Uayavllle'd pioneers, among which are
those of this city's first Mayor, Wolfe.
. The name of "Boone" is still conspicuous on
a number of the weather-worn headstones
which are gradually crumbling uway under the
action of the elements and the devastating band
After the place had been thoroughly clean
ed off, grass seed was sown over the entire
When the sunbeams and raindrops have had
a chance to prove wbat that combination can
do under favorable conditions, the transforma
tion will be complete and the old buryiog
ground will no longer present the appearance
of a neglected eyesore.
"Xbatan Inviting spot one teeming with
hlitorlclnterest could be made of this little
known place should tho Woman's Civic Loaguo
of (Jaysville decide to take a hand in its ira-
BAD BLOOD CAUSES ABCESS
Row Vinol Saved Mrs. Hall
It took a dangerous and painful experience
to prove to Blra. Uattlo Hall that she bad let
her health rnn down. In a letter from Sche
nectady, N. Y., she says: "I was forcibly re
minded that my system needed renovating and
that my blood was out of order by the fact
that an abcees formed In my side e ibort time
go and required treatment for several weeks.
"Undor the regular use of Vinol to enrich
and purify my blood and bail up my strength,
this wss soon healed up aud my general health
very muoh improved.
Right now is the very best time of year to
put your blood la good order for tho use of
our delicious cod liver and iron remedy with
out oil, Vinol. It enriches the blood by adding
Iron, and thus frees It from Its Impurities.
Vinol is wonderfully strengthening and
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IUU tfUllli l ' I OlAJI, LfUKi;iSfr, MBJ-VIIK1, ttj
i ,'" Oo tne.o Hub days when yon doipatr of tho
'future of the Republic, just wash your oftico
"windows and tee how much brighter tho polit
ical outlook It.
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rost Toasties have a delicious Flavor, the
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Kdlson Comedy Drama.
An Entire Change of Song
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Railroad Up Licking
Mt. Olivet Advance.
A psrty of surveyor to the number of thirty
with tents and a complete outfit anived at
They came unhora'd.d, and, it irjanderatood,
aro surveying a route foe a railroad orra
Covington up the Licking River to some point
in Eastern Kentucky.
And Remains of isador Strauss Re
covered From Ocean
The bodies of Col. John Jacob Astor and
Isador Strauss, the millionaire merchant and C.
U. Hays, Presldnnt of tho Grand Trunk Rail
way, who lost their lives in the Titanic disas
ter, have been recovered and aro on board
tbo cable ship Mackay-Dsnnett.
A dispatch gives the identification of
additional forty-nine of the heretofore un
known recovered dead on the cable ship.
"$he Memory Lingers"
MPoBtum 'Cereri, Co., Ltd.. Pur Vooittum
Clark county, Ohio, In an election Thursday
changed from the "dry" to the "wet" column,
by an estimated majority of 1.700.
Tell me, ye winged winds that around my
pathway roar, do ye not know some quiet
spot where wives clean houses no more?
A now Campanile to take the place of that
which fell ten year ago was dedicated at
Venice, thousands wltnosstog tho ceremonies.
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MAYSVILLE READERS ARE
It's the little kidney Ills
The lamo, weak orachiug back
Tbo unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy and Bright' dis
When the kidneys are weak,
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Doan's have been used in Kidney troubles
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Endorsed by 30,000 people endoneJ at
Proof in a Uaysville citizen's statement.
Lang Stevens, Mayaville, Ky., ssys: "I can
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to everyono
who suffers from backache and kidniy well
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was irregular. Doan's Kidney's Pills bad
been ujed In my family so I gave them a trial,
j hey made me entirely tfettur."
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Remember the name Doan's and take so
crisp bits of toasted
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Where Finnegan Held His Christening
TO Th' -TH'
NEW YOIIK. Tlioro wna a christen
ing the other night nt the homo
of Michael Finnegan. Ho hnd known
Alike for years, had Dill Murphy, but
for the life of him he could not reveal
to Magistrate O'Conner, in tho West
side court, whero Mr. Finnegan nnd
the llttlo Flnneguns lived, suvo In a
Dill Murphy blinked his eyes and
hardened his features. Followed a
heavy bar of silence whilo the court
turned his head uway. BUI Murphy
was taking violent hold of himself and
"Mo own home, your honor. Is nt
300 West Fortieth Btrcet, wan flight
down, straight ahead an' then to the
"Good," Magistrate O'Conner
cheered him. "Now tell mo whero
Mr. Finnegan held his christening and
how you cumo to undress and go to
sleep on a bench In the Ninety-sixth
street stutlon of tho subway."
Dill Murphy drew his band across
his lips and set his teeth.
"Mike Finnegan," ho uttered fierce
ly, "lives Just a bit off that avenoo
numed after tho wop that discovered
New York. Tis a common name, but
it don't como to me just now."
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Wade Through Huge Drifts for Food
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Tho passengers
on n Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy
train, which became stalled in the
snow west of Lincoln, Neb., went 48
hours practically without food during
a recent storm. F. II. Hooper, a trav
eling salesman, was one of them.
"There was not even a fruit vender
'on the train," Mr. Hooper said, "and
no provisions nt all, for we expected
to take on a diner at Lincoln. As we
approached that town, however, the
cuts along tho valley of tho I'latto
were deeper and deeper in the snow,
until it was a light for every inch.
Tho whole train vibrated with tho
strain on tho engine. Tho snow was
up almost level with the car windows.
At last wo were stalled.
"When we woko up next morning
the snow was drifted high abovo our
windows, so wo could not seo out.
Tho train fortunately was fairly well
heated. Of course, there was a good
deal of suffering for food and persons
were offering all kinds of prices for
what was to bo had.
"I walked through tho train .and
found a sturdy looking chap up In tho
smoking car. I suggested to him that
we undertako to walk back to tho
nearest ranch, a mile back down the
Why Chicago Man
C00D LUCK TO
CHICAGO. "QIvo mo a pleco of that
This was what a waitress in a res
taurant near tho board of trade heard
several days ago In fact, the first day
that strawberry shortcake was on tho
menu in that particular restaurant.
The man who asked for tho cake waB
a good customer, but one who had n
regular diet and seldom if ever varied
from his prescribed meal. Tho wait
ress gavo tho man a pleco of short
cake. Ho smacked his lips over tho
luscious berries and' the a'rlch cako
crust, and, Anally too full of good
cheer at tho reminder of what a pleco
of shortcako meant to blm at one
time, turned to tho waitress and Bald:
"Every day 'that you havo Bhort
cake, you can count on me for ono
piece, no difference how much It costs.
rvi mrwzs AiLia
Belief in Witch Doctors Not Insanity
T ETllOIT. That a man may be the
victim of a monomania for years
nnd yet be perfectly rational on every
other matter and bo ablo to do tho
most dellcoto work, In which a mis
tako or even a little carelessness
might havo tho most serious results,
was testified to In tho probato court
the other day while Judge Hulbert was
Investigating tho sanity of August
Malz, a German Pole.
It was alleged as a proof of tho
man's insanity that ho believed In
"witch-doctors," and that ho paid
them as much as $5 at a tlmo for their
advice, but ono of tho Polish lawyers
explained to tho court that that belief
was very prevalent In tho Polish quar
ter of the- city, and that hurtdreds of
them who were In all other respects
rational and intelligent, tonoultcd
,; Mel a hardworking Mian who
came to this couitry fxitv- rears
taftftHf ti&rWtm ?! one'
"Columbus avenue," suggested his
"Righto," ejaculated Dill Murphy,
brightly. "Columbus was the wop's
name. Now we're gettln'. along. 'Twas
a grand christening, Judge, an' It be
gun Sunday. Leastwise Sunday run
along Into It, not to spako o' part o'
Saturday an' mebbo some o Friday.
Lavln' Mike's house, says I to meself,
Bill, let's walk home; yo need the
air.' The answer was yes, an wo
walked, the two of us, BUI an' meself,
castln two shadows off tho lamps.
"Aro home, as I said before, Judge,
is at 300 West Fortieth, one flight
down, straight ahead an' thin to the
right. We como along, judge, a long
piece, a good Irish mile, when I seo
ahead o' mo a open-faced entrance an'
steps leadlu' down.
"'Is It homo wo are, Bill?' Bays I,
an' Dill ho says, 'Yis.' 'Very good,'
says I, 'wo need sleep an a power of
it, on'y sleep light an' don't wako the
house.' So down we wint, tho two
av us, Judge, ono flight down, straight
ahead an thin to the right.
" 'There's our bed, Bill,' says I, an
Dill says, 'Yes,' so wo both undressed
au' wint to bed, tho two av us In the
same bed, an' tho next thing I know
me homo Is fulL o' cops an bleatln'
women yellln' 'Horrors,' an 'He ain't
got no pants,' an' tho liko o' that. All
1 ask Is a bit o' sleep, Judge, an' no
moro chrlstenln's for a bit speol.'
Magistrate O'Conner so arranged It
that Bill Murphy may sleep ten days
unless somo of his kin or friends como
and ball him out.
track, nnd try and get somo food for
tho passengers. Ho was willing.
"Some places the wind had swept
pretty nearly clean of snow and we
had no difficulty at all, but other
places progress was well-night Im
passable. Wo floundered In drifts end
for hundreds of yards had to walk
through snow up to our waists. It
was tho most exhausting task I ever
attempted, and I am something of an
athlete. Wo would pant for breath
and sink back In tho snow often, but
kept at'it and Anally reached tho farm
house. "Wo bought every egg and scrap of
bread, meat and other provisions to
be had and after resting for a time
started back. Tho trip back with our
arms full was even harder than tho
trip out and wo were gono many hours
beforo wo finally returned to the
train with tho food."
Dotes on Shortcake
I have a particular reason for liking
shortcake, or rather for being partial
to tho delicacy, and no wonder when
ono pieco of It meant Just $14,000 to
me. I know that statement sounds
strange, but It is true, nevertheless.
Threo years ago, during a scurry In
wheat I was advised, much against my
will, to sell out my holdings when the
market looked as if It wero about to
cavo in. I finally took my broker's
advlco and Btarted for tho board of
trado to sell wbat wheat I had. As I
was "about to enter tho door or the
building, a friend of mino stopped mo
and asked mo to como over to this
samo restaurant and havo a piece of
shortcake. I told him I was nervous
about tho market and probably bad
better go directly in and sell.
"'Oh, tho market is steady for 15
minutes,' ho said, and I camo over
here. Wo sat around and talked for
fully twenty-five or thirty minutes, and
when I got back to tho floor tho mar
ket had taken a bull stand and was
going up in leaps and bounds. 1
hung on until the flrst cent was pulled
off tho top and then, fearing a bottom
crash, I sold and cleared just $14,000.
past two years ho has been working
for tho Michigan Wire company, mak
ing Insulated wire, a Job that requires
to be done with the utmost nicety,
for any defect in tho insulation might
cause serious accidents. Tho super
Intondent of tho factory testified that
Malz was ono of the best men ho had
oyer had, and that ho wished ho
could get fifty moro liko him.
It was explained to tho court that s
bollof in witch-doctors was not con-
'Bldercd a sign ot insanity in thJ?ollsh
quarter, and the petition to hsve Mali
coJtmijUed to a lunatic' asylum wii
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