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New Rays of Light
Ono of tlm mint wonderful rlootrli-al
ii)iluiii''i N I ! X-tiiy wlijcli may tip
ii 'Oil Ixnli In tin iiciitiuiMit dl' :i i loiio ills
:n sni.l In tin iliauiMi'l- of many ah
rvunt i-omlitlnii-'. ltli lt. ii !i tin In
t'-i'Ur .if tin liiiman IimIj U n kaijirr tin
..tli-il lied; It lin- Ih'i'H lii-ri'tufiill!. All
normal stnti- of t Nuns, gull stoin1?.
.! mo In tlii lilail Icit.r In tliu KMiirj. nr.
.liir.vii plainly ly wlnit. an known as X
r.iy plmtouraiili-. Interim) tii'-.ms. mi.
tlm cut iri;i'iiii'iil of tin; Ui'- ati-il or'
'.i:is, arc nl-u (1ImiiVtci1 liy till- meat,
and In tin1 illir-'iiii'lH of tnl.cH-ulu.-l? (
tin' lilnifs till- aui'llt li!ii l.tnVi-ll .1 Must
alti.ilili' nlil. H I iftt niilliil to soiiii; o
llin m fatal i-liiciiii! iillmint-s of ivriv
onion It lw piovi'ii very clici'tlu- as i
Amttiicr iiii-r tin-r iiroivcillnji U tin
i ln!"l-r.i tiv.ilmeiil priKliiicil Lj coiutii
tratliiit tlm vlolci, or i-Iit'tnli-iil ray (run
an am Mailt with u yprolally irriart-(l
oarbon iiimii any ponliin of tlic laxly tlia
may In' tliu wat o( pain. SnlTiTors froii
iii-uniliflj. st-iatloa. tliciitniitlsin. striiltr
.-prala. uNo from iIiom ol-wnrc uxliiuisl
in,' p.ilin (tlic origin of whk-li cannot a
tiiniH l)i :KLtiratify ilcli-niiineil) frequent
ly Unit liiiiniillMtn rcll-'f from a liigl
treatment and ihiihIIv wltlf a little per
sNtenci1 In the use of thin iiiil.cnii fortabli
health or perfect recovery l oht.ilnrtl.
Tho inciiuUwciit tlcht liatli. consl-tlnr
of a cabinet In which the jiatlent I.
hithcd In tho combined rays of man
leotric. light kI'Ih. has prodmvil mill:
wonderful result! In dint i-to-s i-elatlei'
rheumatism. oIx-Mtv. aiiii'inln. and sone
form of kidney and heart tumble. 1
li t-! aNo proven valtvihlo In chronic t-mn
f -litis, lirom.-hl.il asthma imd viirluits skin
d!ii. A a general liyKlrnlr mcaliri
a (.'fllelency cm scarcely Lc ovcr-eatl-mated.
I'lio-o who have hoeit patients at Dr
I'lereu's Invalids Hotel, in l!iirta!o, N. Y..
iiUlilr commend this wonderfully equip
nil Niiilt.iiiaiu. wherii tho above men
lionrtl filcctriu niaclilne--. hlsh-frequenc)
c.n-ri.'iit. and other mot incil -rn and up
1 1- lat appai.itus am used for tlm cuir
f chrotiK; tll-viwA. The treatment ol
ilio chronic ill-o-.w that are peculiar tr
C ornell have for many oar U-cn n h'rrr
fwrnr in tlic cures iilfectid lit the. In-
vj I kls Hotel and .Mintienl infinite.
In orectinff tho Invalids' Hotel, Dr. II.
. Plnroo's Ulna was to make it n cniilur
home, not a hospital. Such cases as rut
ture, hydrocoln and varicocele are Usually
cured In ten days, and the patient H abl'
to return homo. Tho terms' ate modeiaK
and the rates at the Invalids" Hotel com
paratively low. In tlm examination ai:J
treatment of patients the practice i
divided Into specialties, liach menilier of
"tho Faculty, although educated to lirai
tlce in all departments of medicine and
sunrcry. is here assigned to a special de
partment only, to which ho devotes hi?
entire time, iuiy ana nlieutlmi. ruit ,
only Is superior skill thus nttniucd, but ,
also ranlJily and accuracy In the diagno
sis of disease. I
SK'clallsts connected with this Instl- j
tuto at Itiilfalo, are enabled to accurateh
determino tho nature of many chronic ,
diseases without scclnir and personally
e.famtiiin their patients. This method I
of treating patients at a distance, by mail,
his-lieen so successful that there 't
s.'arcely a city or a villago In the United
Mates that is not represented by ono or
l'uro cases upon tho records of practice
i t the Invalids' Hotel and SiiMUai In-s-t-Itute.
Such rare cases n.s cannot be
iiviatU tn tills way, hich jenu.ro surgl ,
c.l op;-r.itlims or careful after-treatment,
-.r electrical therapeutics, receive tlm n-r-lies
ot the mast skllliul spccialijts a.
tn medicin i there ha', been rapid pro
"ess diiiitnj iiveiit j(ar... tic. l'lerce ha-.
icpt up with t;ie times bj coiitlnually In:-1
uroviiiiliislalwratory by tl-.llhd cliemlsts,
it ud leo-rciiiii-r care that the lnsredlonts
i-!iterl.i5 Into his well-known au-dlcini
Pr. ri--rce's I-'avorlt'i l'recriplIon us well i
a th'"lioMeii Mo I leal Discovery" ate c. I
tvicted from tho N-st variety of natlv
Mslie'ual ro.it. The.se at oKathetvd with
i-n-it care and at tho proi-ei-M ason of tl."
"-ir. m that their mediciunl propertht?
i...iy be most reliably.
'I hese extracts an; thru made soluble
In pur" triple re:lned glycerine ami botth d '
.ri a hvIei.ieaiiil sclrutllic Kianner. 'J'I'ij
tha World's DIspensnrv a- rtal.li.sheu cv 1
nr. ri'srce is suppuci witu eory unuwn
aiiparatus ini-l means (if cure, for Its ah..
i to avoid surreal opera tlon.1 when ver
(!rc-ut c.aro Is eercifrd not t nverru
coiitatte those w ho consult the speclall:t i
if this iustitiitloa that no (also Lopu
in iv bo rai.nl.
Mativ thousaiwb are .tumuilly treatel
imth throiwh eorre.sonih-iic'i ti'id tit thl
Inultuto. Kverv on con-iiitl.ir by h-ttrr
or in u'-rsu ro.-elves the t-io.-teii:vliil ma
i onsideratu attention. All coim.i tnlui
lions are treated a:' ttWcVly c.nitid -n Ir.l,
N'o ehatue whntover Is r.Xu for eon
lllt'ltlon. Wtit the Invalids' Hot.-I and Arrr.-I al
.'v.stltitf. Dr. n. v, l-.vr.e, l'ritald-ut, aJ
tluirjlo, X. Y.
BAD FOR WOMEN
Mrs,' Woodrow Wilson Has De
cided Views on Subject,
AN ERROR IN NAMES.
The Mountain Kulm, of Sandy
1 look, guys I wo (lill'erent railroad
companii'K urc Mirvoyiii": and lo
catiuu their roads tl)roui Klliott
v itint.v, which will open to the
wt.rid our immense. Held of coal
Tiie vain it ion o eal and pet
mhiui ptiipi'tty in New York eity
i uliim to the lux hooks is 7,-
tllD.um.l'tM). This ? ten time
I e v ilii" i f the same kind ol
in- peiiy in the state of Ken
TlifM' ha heen a marked in
crease in the number of saddle
horses kept in all cities during
tho pust two years, Tho deniuuil
is increasing and the cull is f.tr
horses of tho better style.
At White Sulphur Springs, W.
Va., where 0. V. Duncan for
merly of this city is located cap
italists will put a two million
dollar hotel next year.
Wife of Democratic Candidate Qivaa
Out Latter Taking Strong Stand on
Now York. For tho first time alneo
Woodrow Wilson became tho Demo
cratic presidential caudldato has Mrs.
Wilson appeared. She attended In
person her husband's dally conference
with reporters, although heretofore
she has made special requests that she
be not quoted, nor written about tn the
What Mrs. Wilson wished to have
fully understood was that If she he
comes the first lady of the land sho
will not, as has been said In a widely
distributed Interview, have packages
of cigarettes In her personal desk nt
the White House nnd Indulge In smok
ing them with her callers.
Through Governor Wilson, Mrs. Wll.
son asked that publicity be given to n
letter she had written to the editor of
the State Journal at Columbus, 0
repudiating an alleged Interview with
her in which she defended cigarette
smoking for women. The Interview
had come to her in a letter signed
"American CItteen," which said:
Deft Madam I can scarcely think ot
any greater calamity to the young wom
en of the nation than to read auch a
preachment as your Interview offers them.
I am a worklngman, and I see men lose
their Jobs almost every day because they
are Incapacitated for work by the use of
the cigarette. If smoking does thla for
atronff men what will It do for girls and
The "interview" was Indeed a cor
dial Indorsement of the woman smok
er. Here aro some of Its assuring
phrases, all credited to Mrs. Wilson:
"A woman writer for a syndicate of
Sunday newspapers asked Mrs. Wood
row Wilson if she agreed with Ger
trude Atherton's opinion -of the smok
ing of cigarettes by women. She smil
ingly exhibited three cigarette boxes
piled In the corner of her desk, all but
" 'Why shouldn't a woman smoke if
she enjoys it?' she queried.
" 'Why hasn't she Just as much right
to a cigarette as a man? Certainly I
agree with Mrs. Atherton that any ex
isting prejudice against women smok
ing Is to the last silly and absurd.
'"Smoking cigarettes is a question
of manners, not morals. It promotes,
" 'Some women feel that a cigarette
calms their nerves and helps their
brains Into working order. Personally
smoking diffuses my thoughts instead
of concentrating them. I enjoy it as I
enjoy after dinner coffee. Both aro
pleasant ways of ending and finishing
off; both add to conviviality and good
The editor of the Ohio State Journal,
it was clear, had been much incensed
at the apologies for tho cigarette bablt
among women attributed to Mrs. Wil
son, as he wrote on Aug. 10 an edito
rial in which be called for the defeat
of Governor Wilson or a repudiation
from bis wife. If there was no mis
take about it, he wrote, "Mrs. Wood
row Wilson shouldn't be mistress of
the White House."
If the Ohio editor was emphatic Mrs.
Wilson was certainly not less so. Aft
er the reporters had said they would
gladly publish her letter to the Ohio
editor she asked for an hour's time In
which to write ono. This was what
Dear Sir I have Just received a copy of
the Journal with your editorial entitled
"Smoking Women," and I beg leave to In
dignantly deny the statement that I ap
provo of women smoking cigarettes. The
Interview upon which your editorial was
based Is a puro invention. I Intensely dis
like tho cigarette smoking habit for wom
enIn fact, so strong U my feeling on the
subject that my real danger lies In being
unjust and unkind In my Judgment of
those whu differ with me In this respect
Hut certainly no woman In our house
hold ever has or ever will smoke. Quite
apart from the bad taste ot It, I believe
with you that It haB an extremely Injuri
ous effect on the nerves.
ELLEN A. WILSON.
(Mrs. Woodrow Wilson.)
Governor Wilson, In approving the
letter seut out by Mrs. Wilson, offered
what he thought might prove an ex
planation for tho interview.
"I do not think It was maliciously In
vented," be said. "There Is a rather
well known writer who bIrus herself
Mrs. Wllsou Woodrow, and she no
doubt has been confused with Mrs.
Mm. Wilson Woodrow was formerly
uiurrled tu n relative of Governor Wll
son, nml It Is understood that her view?
'ti Hip. jimtter of women who suioki
iirsf different from thoic held In the
iioikeliokl of the Democratic candidate
The divided nepnbllcnn party Is like
the boy "blowing ngalnst the wind."
There will be n lot of bluster, but It
will not take vote awny from Wilson
ii nd Marshall.
Winning with Wilson means more
f tin ii a mero Democratic victory; it
menus restoring real prosperity.
Wilson Is tbc best equipped man
notiiituiled for the presidency since
Georce W. Perkins Is sure a "bully"
Wonder how the colonel likes being
Every time an aviation meet
does not kill nnyhody, congratu
lations are in order.
It is almost impossible to be
lieve that in his youth Colonel
Roosevelt- hud weak lunjis.
A a supreme test of fealtv. the
sulTrajiettes should organize an
other parade ami invite (Jolonel
IJoosevelt to march.
If the doctors could give ha
fever a hig'i sounding mime, the.)
could make more money with it
than they do appendicitis.
May lie that l,ou; Island litis
hand who refused to cook for his
wile simply was taking a precau
tion against becoming a widower.
T. K. may be a tramp of tin
skies, its George Sutherland says,
but he is too good energetic to be
in good standing in the hobo's
The courts say that the Social
ists have a right to display a red
Hag as the party emblem. How
then about the red bandana of
One good thing about, the elec
tion in Maj'ne s that all three
parties insist that they are ver
happy over the result, thus set
ting a bright example of opti
The third term candidate is not
often given to make "Imd
brakes" fiom the platform, but
mice in a while he forgets hi"i
self in his insatiable egotism
Addressing an audience in the
West that contained quitter
number of Civil and Spanish war
veterans, lie shouted: "I was in
that war (in Cuba) myself, and
(regretfully) it was the only real
war we ever had."
and McCall Patterns
Il.-we Tloro F:i:nJ than any ot'tcr
liLuriiziuc or attcras. Mc Call's
ii i In lultablu Fashion Irtudo
monthly in on uuiLononulmrtlrul
thousand horn s B sides show
i i.ill tha late-it iliiins of M.Ca I
l'.itte.-is, each issue is l.rlmful ct
p irl.lln:; sho t st rics and holj ful
i formation for won.cn.'
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tW'M Patterns Ur-i fill nhr l-i rty'
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Make Your Wet Land Productive.
By the use of drain tile you can
turn that low, wet, useless, swam
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spot on your farm. Good til'-,
properly placed, not only carries olf
surplus water, it admits air to tin
soil mid makes it easy to work.
It improves any soil. The increace
in the value of the land is many
times the cost of the tile. The first
year's crop from tiled land pays
for It. Any body can, do the work
successfully. Write for particu
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ly established. It does not Imitate
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SOU) IN TOWN F2
No. 2, No. 4,
P. M. A. M.
2 :49 8 :;I2
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SbpTORY OF L. & E. TlflE TBLE.
EUVctive .May 28, llill. West-Hound.
L. St K. Junction,
V LAY CITY,
Ft 1 sou,
Camp ton .Tr.netlon,
(). & K. Junction,
LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will nrnke connection at Lexington with
the L. &. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection
with the L. & N. nt Winchester for Cincinnati, O.
CAMP TON JUNCTION: Trains Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, will make con
nection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Cnmpton.
BKATTYVILLK JUNCTION: Trains Nos. I, 2 and 3 will make con
nection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville.
0. & K. JUNCTION : Trails Nos. 2, 3 and 4 will make connec
lion with Ohio & Kentucky Railway for Cannel Citjv Ky. and
0. & K stations.
CIIAS. SCOTT, Gen'l Paesenger Agent.
No. 1, No. 3,
A. M. P. M.
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6 :43 3 :30
6 :40 3 :25.
0 :25 3 :12
5 :05 1 :50
Are You Nervous?
What makes you. nervous? It is the weakness of your
womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of iht
hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin
your entire nervous system. Don't keep this . up! Take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from, purely
vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs,
and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain
and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the
source of tiie trouble 'and building up the bodily strength.
Mrs. Grace Fortncr, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui.
Tliis is what she says about it: "I was so weak and
nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had
faiutinc spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose
of Cardui helped inc. Now, I am entirely cured of the
fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I
Jcnow it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women.
Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to woaen?
Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist
Wrtk to; Lidiei' Advliorr Dept. Chttttaooft McdiciM Co., Outtaaood. Tsaa..
(or Social iMtnicUaat, and M-paae book."Hoaw Trtavtauat tar Wonts," Mat Int. J H