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It's tho constant drop of water
That wetH ana; the stone;
U'h the constant exerciser
That develops all the bone;
It's tho constant advertiser
That brings the bacon home;
American marines may be used to drive the
&'.';;Nlcartgaan rebels from their position on Bar-
The Frankfort State prison Is now designat
ed a Reformatory and the prison at Eddyvllle
Is named Penitentiary. ,,
W. O. Irvine, agent of the Chesapeake &
Ohio Railroad Company In New York, was
; .fined $15,000 upon bis plea of guilty to ro--.
WITNESS AFTER WITNESS
"18UCH EVIDENCE Oil READERS CANNOT DIS
PUTE . . As we take up Tub Ledger week by week,
we ore struck by the hearty, anmlstakabld
way In which witness after witness speaks out
as Mrs. McClelland does hero. If these peoplu
were streogers living miles away, we might
take little notice of tbem. Bat they are not.
They are oar neghbord, living among ns.
Tbtlr word Is too easily proven to admit of
any donbt. Tboy Bpeak out In the hope
' that their experience may be a galde to othors.
v -. Urs. Annie McClelland, HU West Second
", atreot, Maysville, Ky., says: "Ooan's Kidney
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tbem as doing jest what is claimed fur them.
I waa often dizzy and nervous and my head
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Matinees dally 2 to S. List show
promptly at 4 for school children.
There Was a
and he was Wondrous Wise
You couldn't fool Him, Oh No!
He had drank coffee for years. Coffee didn't hurt Mm.
But the Bump Came .
Many a man is pretty sure that while coffee may hurt others it dont' hurt him
till tho bump comes.
But when headache, frazzled nerves, an irritable hearr, indigestion and sleepless
ness begin to "get him", he's apt to look around for a reason.
The reason is plain when a change is made
from coffee to
This pleasant table, drink much resembles real
Java coffee in flavour, but is free from "caffeine"
(the drug in coffee) or any other harmful sub
Po&tum, made from choice Northern wheat and
mVv the juice of
Southern sugar cane,
former coffee drinkers on
1B50 -. , PosuimtGereal Compf&y,
iih mt i.t
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Gov. "Wilson's Opinion.,
There It rave Catarrh In thli acctlon of the
country thau ml other dlieaioi put together, and
until the last few years was auppoied to be Incur
able. Kora great many years.dootonprououuced
It & local disease aud prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly (ailing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Science bus
proven catarrh to Unconstitutional disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cheney A
Co.,Toledo,0.,U the only constitutional cure on
thetuarket. It Is taken Internally In doses from
tOdropstoatuAspoouful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Thoy
offerone hundred dollars for auy case It falls to
euro. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, V. J. CHKNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold liy Druggists, 75.
Take Hall's Family l'HHforoonsttpatlon.
Of TIibsq Big Eastern Lines Reflect
Great Industrial Activity
The three most Important Eastern railroad
systems Tuesday reported esrniogs for Aug
ust the Pennsylvania, New York Central and
the New Haven.
All redacted great industrial activity east
the Mississippi River.
The comblnod gross Increase in earnings
was approximately ?G,920,000.
Of this the Prnnylvanla Lines contributed
$4,148,811, New York Central Line?, $1,957.
000, and the New Haven, $312,174.
In Our Town
the Road to Wellville.
UNDEf? THF LAST
DROPPED- Tcm, JL
I"?te OP oJaVj
Over Loss of a Book and
Used Shocking Words
The Colonel Made an Exhibition
of Himself at Portland
Portland (Ore.) cor. Los Angeles Times.
Roosevelt on his campaigning visit to Port
land today by his peculltr conduct broko up
the sot program arranged by the Reception
Committee, disrupted n parade, left an audi
enco waiting for a speech that wasn't made
aod departed from Portland tonight leaving
the ears of several prominent citizens tingling
with memory of some pointed remaiks made
in the Colonel's most peculiar style.
Roosevelt reached the city early in the
morning, evidently in no good humor, and his
maudlin spirit did not improve as he was
taken frost ono conference to anotbor.nlthougb
the committee tried Its best to plossa bim.
The open break came when tho formal
parade of the day was in progrets. The
GOMES A TIME
Coffeo Shows What It Has
"Of late years cofTeo has dirogrood with
me," writes a friend from Rome, N. V.
"Its lightest punishment being to make mo
'logy' and dluy, and It seemed to thicken up
"The heaviest was wbon It upset my stomach
completely, destroying my appetite and making
me nervous and Irritable, and sent me to my bed.
Aftor one of these attacks, In which I nearly
lost my life, I concluded to quit tho coffee and
"It went right to the rpot I I found It not
only a most palatable and refreshing beverage,
but a food as well.
"All my ailments, tbo 'loglnesa' and dlizl
nesn, the unsatisfactory condition of my blood,
my nervousness aod Irritability disappeared In
short order and my sorely aflllcted atomach
began quickly to recover. 1 began to rebuild
and have steadily continued until now. Have
a good appetite and am rrjoiciog In sound
health, which I owe to tbo use of Poslum"
Nsms given by Poutum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Pead the little book. "The Road to Well
yIll,H in pkgs, "There'a a reaion."
toward thi caster of the city
viciously It quired, "What's
When Dr. II. V. Coe, Hull Mooeo Committee
man from Orogon, responded that after tho
conclusion of the parado the Colonel was
scheduled to deliver nn open-air address In
Plaza Park before goln to the Auditorium for
the main epeoch of tlo day, the Colonel re
belled. "I won't do It. You had no business to
mako such a program for me," he shouted
violently at Dr. Coe. "Tuko ma out In tbo
Occupants of several dozen automobiles
following tho lind were amazed nnd chagrined
to soo tho car containing tho Colonel aad Dr.
Coe ehoot ahead at high rpeed, turn u
corner and dlsappoar from sight.
As a result of Rooievolt's dosertloo the
parado broke up with thousands of persons
standing In the line wondering what they had
done to Incur his brutality.
The panders were altoglber unaware that
the Colonel had become, angered nnd the
management ordered the program broken up
without warning and cut loose from the whole
thing. Meanwhile fijOOO persons wero gather
ed at the I'leza Park waiting for tho Colonel
to deliver a short address. After a dreary
hour bad passed tho crowd dwindled away in
Itooscvolt gave no thoughts to the crowds
that he had disappointed both on tho streets
and In Plaza Park. Ho was taken to St. Johns
and Kenton In the suburb of Portland, whero
he onjoyed aqulet Bpln, nnd If he gave any
thoughts to the disrupted program thoro was
While Roosevelt was speeding about mem
bers of the Kitortainmont Committee who had
been loft behind started u eoarch for bim.
Sevoral automobiles wer sent scouting about
tho city trying to find tho Colonel, but there
was no Idoa that be had made for the country
and no one saw Rootvelt until he concluded his
rido and and returnod to the hotel.
Roosevelt was also scheduled by the com
mittee to mike an uddress :t Ualladay park,
whero another small audience awaited him.
Tho Colonol went to the pirk, according to
schedule, but he absolutely refused to leave
his automobilo and after saying a few words
dashed away befora tho crowd knew be had
Roosevelt among his other troubles In
Portland today completely lost bis temper over
the loss of a book h) has been reading and
made things exceedingly unpleasant for a con
siderable number of parsons, Including bis
secretary, the management of the hotel where
be was stopping and bis hoite. The Colonel
bad set a brief time asido for rest, and drop
ping into a chair called for a copy of "The
Second Roman Republic," which he had laid
down in the room. When It was found to be
missing bo flew Into a maniacal rage.
"Find mo that book," bo yelled ut his secre
tary. "I want It now."
Tho Colonel paced tho room like a caged
beast while he waited for the volume, in the
meantime demanding over and over again that
the book be produced.
Secretaries, hotel attaches and members of
the Reception Committee joined in the search,
but the book waa gone.
Roosevelt demanded to know who bad been
admitted to his room be had left and was told
that no one had. The name of a woman to
whom he bad shown the book waa mentioned,
but Roosovelt cleared her of suspicion of tak
After leaving the hotel his amazing anger
did not abate, and when bis auditorium speech
was finished he announced ho bad decided not
to return to the hotel for dinner but go di
rectly to his train.
On the way, however, he etoppod at the
hotel, the Orrgon, and callod for the manager.
Then before bis attendants and the Reception
Commlttbe and scores of onlookers he gave
the' manager a vlclou J call down for the loss of
the book and domanded that tho hotel adver
tise for It. Every ono who board the unprint
able language employed was astonished at the
Colonel'd outbreak over what anyone else
would bavo regarded as a trlflj.
The condition of tba growing cotton crop on
September 25tb, waa 69.G7 normal. Tbla 1a not
so good a ehowlnjt aa laatyoar.
Tba activity of tba leaders brought mors
women to tbo reglatratlon bootba la Louisville
Wednesday than the dsy before.
Stroet car setvlce was resumed la Augusts,
Gi., for tbe Drat time In eight days, the stop
page being duo to a strlko of employes.
At a meeting cf tba stockholders of tbe
LouIiTllle & Nashville railroad tbe $12,000,.
000 lacrosse la tbe'capltal stock was ratified,
Governor Thomas 11. Uarshall and President
Taft were guests at a banquet given by tbe
Supreme Couooll !of ScottUb KIt" fit
parado had proceeded nevcral
I WASHINGTON THEATER J
WrjOINQ OF WHITE FAWN
TOO MANY SWEETHEARTS
e-Tie I'ubllo Lpflger,
lot ml nnd lona
MASOX UMCUIT COURT.
Mary C. Smith's Admr. et als., l'lalutltTs, )
Mary J, Tierce's Admr., Defendant, )
Judgment unit Onltr of Sale.
In obedience to a Judgment and order of sale In
the above styled action, I will, as Master Com
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912,
At 1:30 o'clock i- in , proceed, at the Courthouse
door Id Majsvllle, Ky,.lo sell ut public outcry and
to the highest and belt bidder the jollowlDg-de-scribed
property, In order to settle the eatatc ef
Mury .1. fierce, deceased;
Said property cousins of a certain lot cf ground
with a two-story framu dwelling house and other
Improvements thereon, lying and being on the
Kast aide of Limestone street, between Second
und Third streets, In the City pf Maysvll;e, county
of Mason nnd state of Kentucky, and bounded ai
follows, towlt: llrglonlng with tbo lower line
or S. II. Nicholson on Limestone street; thence
back from snld stteet with Bald line 06 feet;
thence at a right nngie from said line, nnd paral
lel with said street, Northwardly 31 feet; thence
at n right angle toward said street, and parallel
with said Nicholson's line, 28 feet and 8 Inches;
thence obliquely 3 feet nnd 3 Inches to n point 32
feet from Nicholson's line; thence 10 feet und 2
inches to n point 21 feet and 2 Inches from Nich
olson's line; thetico 1 foot at n right angle In the
direction of Nicholson's line; thence 21 feet and
2 tnehes, parallel with Nloholion't line, to Lime
stone street, making the whole distance, lit n
straight line, M feet; thence with Limestone
street 31 feet to the place of beginning. Doing
the same property convened to the said Mary J
Pierce by V. II. Wadswortb, Commissioner, and
others, by detd recorded In Deed Hook 73, page
420, Mason County Court Clerk's ofllce.
Also, the other parcel of real estate, situated
immediately in the rear of that above-described
and the lot of laid Nicholson, nnd bounded as
follows: Ileglunlng at tbr second corner made
In the foregoing calls of Coons' lot, nnd running
thence Southwardly with the lino of said lot 3!
feet to the corner if Nicholson's lot, and continu
ing tho same course with Nicholson's line 19 feet
and 4H tnehes. in all 511 feet and -IVf inches;
thence extending back Kastwardly 51 feet to a
12-foot alley laid olf by Robert Ituckler. tho whole
width aforesaid. Ml feet nod 4K luchi; being
tho same lot conveyed bv Robert lluckler, by
deed dated May li-tfi. 1800, and recorded In the
Mason County Court Clerk's olllco: and which
Is n part of the transfer referred to by V. II.
Wddi worth ct als. to Mary J. I'letce, by deed
recorded In P-Md Hook 73, page Hi, Mason
County Court Clerk's olllce.
TUUMS OK SALi: Said sale will be made
upon a credit of one-half i of the purchase!
price In six (A) nontln and the remaining one- I
half M in twelve (12; months nnd possession to
be given tb purchaser upon the confirmation, by
the Court, of the sale. The purchaser will be re- ,
quired to execute bond for tho purchnso price, '
with approved personal security, payable to tne
na Master Commissioner, and bearing six 0) per
cent, interest thereon from the day of sale. A i
lieu wll, nlsobe retained upon the property sold :
to secure the paymeut of the purchase price. i
Johu L. Chamberlain, aud Frank I'. O'Donnell,
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While prices are down and the supply
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Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McDaniel $ Co,
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