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shaky women who suffer
cvciy day with womanly
weakness need the help
of a gentle tonic, with
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the cause of your trouble.
CardUi has a record of
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Th Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Effie Graham, of
Willard, Ky., says: "I
was so weak I could
hardly go. I suffered,
nearly every month, for 3
years. When I began to
take Cardui, my back hurt
awfully. I only weighed
99 pounds. Not long after,
I weighed 115. Now, I
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In good health." Begin
taking Cardui, today.
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Following is a list of days Couu
ly Courts are held in counties near
Bath, Owingsville, 2d Monday.
Bourbon Pans. 1st Monday.
Clark. Winchester, 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexington, 2d Monday.
Fleming, Flenungsburg 4th
Harrison, Cynthiana 4th Mon
day. Madison, Richmond, 1st Mon
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling, 3rd
.Nicholas, Carlisle. 2nd Monday.
You probably have noticed that
-when one dog starts to chase an
other dog down tho street, how
many idle dogs, you hadn't noticed
before, join in the chase. People
have that dog habit. They are
always more eager to join in the
chase than to stop it.
Doan's Regulets cure const'ma
tion without griping, nausea, nor
any weakening effect. Ask your
druggist for them. 25 cents per
Fresh oysters received
day at Vanarsdell's.
High-class printing quickly done
at reasonable prices.
Advocate Publishing Co.
The best that's made in carpets,
furniture and rugs.
W. A. Sutton & Son.
Call 100 for Heinz Pickling Vin
egar. Green wade's.
Home-killed meats at
Let Sutton & Son furnish your
'Lome, then you will have tho
BEST. It will cost more else
All Work Guaranteed
.send your Laundry away
irom home when you can
set it done just as good and
just as cheap right here
No longer the campaign bugle rings
No great orators in view;
If campaign "angels" all had wings
They'd lose their feathers, too.
It a man is honest ho docs not
have to use a mogaphono to adver
tiso the fact.
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Threes arc a crowd unless the
trio happens to bo virtue and hon
esty, and opportunity.
Unhappy the man, forlorn tho
woman poor fighters both if
memory cannot now and then swing
back even from the sunset and find
a subtle, sweet pleasure in the
things of tho dawning.
For any pain, from top to toe,
from any cause, apply Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. Pain can't stay where
it is used. lm
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
I have recently purchased from
K. M. Freeiand tho general repair
shop on South Maysville street,
near the depot, where I will be
prepared to repair guns, revolvers,
bicycles, sewing machines, typo
writers, etc.; also small lathe work.
The patronage of the public is re
spectfully solicited. Very truly,
17-3t O. W. Potts.
Excellent farm and City
Property for Sale.
I offer for sale privately the
following: My modern new resli
denco on West High street, also
lot adjoining, which is 75 feet
front and 300 feet deep. My
farm near Grassy Lick, consisting
of 188 acres of land in high state
of cultivation, can also bo bought
well worth tho money.
13tf Mrs. Mary A. McClure.
Cdttage of five rooms on Harri
son avenue, uesiraoie neighbor
hood. Apply to
I7tf Vanarsdell & Co.
Window curtain ten feetvwide.
This curtain has only been used a
short time and is as good as new.
A bargain. Apply at the
Advocate Publishing Co.
20,000 turkeys for November
and December, for which we will
pay the highest market price.
16-tf G. D. Sullivan & Co.
Three now Cabinet Sewing Ma
chines, best make, at cost, If sold
at once. W. T. Fitzpatrick, Jr.,
17-tf 121 East Main Street.
Our equipment is the latest im
proved, thereby enabling us to do
your job printing cheaper than the
Advocate Publishing Co.
Who? What? Why? l7-4t
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The BEST is always the cheap
est. If in need of furniture, car
pets or rugs, see
W. A. Sutton & Son.
Spring lamb and country ham at
If you have anyjobprintingyou
want done in a hurry, let the
Advocate do it.
'Phone S. E. .Kelly
Fresh and Cured Meats.
& Co. for
For high grade stationery of all
kinds, call 'phone 74.
New fresh, clean line ot staple
and fancy groceries at S. E. Kelly
& Co. I2tf
Any ache or pain In any part of the body
De relieved with Sblpp's Quick Relief
ioo reward if it Tails and the
purchase price is not refunded.
luicm. iiuj icwaru 11 u mils
50c At All Druggists.
Have you tried the B. & C.
cakes at 10, 15 and 20 cents? It is
tho best on the market for the
money. Try it.
38tf S. E. Kelly & Co.
Heinz Pickling Vinegar is used
in all their goods at Greenwade's.
Who? What? Why? i7-4t
stimulate the TORPID LIVB.
strengthen the digestive erf,
regulate the bowel, and are m
CvVfltCvS Bo BH
In malarial districts their vtrtM
are widely recognised, as they pos
sess peculiar properties hi freeing
the system -from that polsea. IMe
gantry sugar coated.
Take No Substitute.
Oh the Job.
Tuesday night, Oct. 29, Mr Tom
Carmody, of Clark county, was
assaulted and robbed of some
small chango and his pocket knife
on East Main street by Will Har
ris and Daniel Clarkt two negroes
of this cityT and but for tho timely
arrival of 'Policeman James Tip-
ton might have been robbed of his
pocketbook and watch. Mr. Tip
Con was passing in a buggy and
saw tho two negroes scuffling with
Mr. Carmody and run to his as
sistance. Both negroes ran but
were captured later by Mr. Tip
ton. Mr. Carmody was knocked
down and stunned but was not
seriously injured. Both negroes
have bad reputations, especially
Harris, who has served many jail
sentences for minor offenses. Un
der the splendid guidance of Chief
Gibbons our police force is doing
Ensign Saufley Given Com
mand of Torpedo Boat.
Ensign Caswell Saufley, U. S.
N., who, since his graduation from
Annapolis, has ,been on the U. S.
S. Kansas, has been transferred by
the Navy Department to the tor
pedo boat Perry, the change to
take effect at once. This transfer
is a promotion, since he will bo in
command of tho boat, and will be
stationed in New York.
Mrs. Saufley, who has been vis
iting her parents, Judge and Mrs.
E. C. O'Rear, in Frankfort, will
join him after the' Hobson-Carroll
wedding, and they expect to take
Ensign Saufley had expected to
come on for the wedding of Ensign
Carroll, but owing to tho unex
pected change, will be unable to
Wins Third in Western Handicap.
At Springfield, 111., last week,
Mr. W. Q. Stephens won third
money in the Western .Handicap
clay pigeon shoot, breaking 92 out
of a possible 100, shooting from
the 18 yard line. Mr. Stephens'
winnings during the shoot amount
ed to $171. His many friends are
congratulating him upon his
splendid showing as he was pitted
against some of the best marksmen
in this country.
To Consumers of Natural Gas.
In answer to many inquiries, the
management of this company is
pleased to state that the plans
which vero made public last fall,
for extending its main lines across
the mountains of Kentucky to the
West Virginia gas fields, have
been put into execution; the work
of constructing the lino has been
vigorously prosecuted although
from the nature of the country it
has been a difficult and costly un
dertaking -and we are absolutely
sure of its completion in ample
time to furnish ajl consumers with
a full supply. Wo deem it proper
and fair to give our consumers
this information so that they may
know how definitely our company
is .faithfully performing its prom
ise to use every effort to furnish
them with a full and dependable
supply of natural gas for many
years to come; and also to notify
them that aftef the regular read
ing of meters in tho month of De
cember, 1912, the rates will be ad
vanced Gvo (5) cents per thousand
Central Kentuokt Natural Gas
Company (Incorporated). 13-tf
I am prepared to do all kinds of
hauling. For prompt delivery to
aadrfrem traigs, 'phoM 881.
Kuhn Made Clolbes
Hubn Made Clothes.
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tfrTUD IY THE WCTrOrfAKY
MIm Pipkin HmI to CwwuH
s fere the.Ylekfed '
Augustus Hopper laid hie heart at
the feet of the wealthy, ttaugh un
educated, Mies Pipkise, and jkded
his passion with a wealth of oratory
worthy of a cabinet minister or a
"My queen 1 my evening star l" ho
cried, striking an attitude of suppli
cation. "Will you be mine? For
months I have worshiped you with
a deep devotion. I have loved you
better than life. I have treasured
every syllable that has fallen from
your ruby lips. Now I tan remain
silent no longer, and I declare my
passion in the earnest hope that,
my ardent affection meets with rod-1
procity, and ratification. What is
vour answer, adored one?"
"One moment, Mr. Hopper," re
plied Miss Pipkins, as she crossed
over to tho bookshelf; "first let me
consult mV oracle,"
consult my oracle,
And she reached down the diction
ary and looked up the meaning of
"reciprocity" and "ratification."
"'Gustos, I am yours I" she de
clared a moment later, snuggling to
his third waistcoat button.
TRAGEDY OF SWITCHBOARD
Atlantic City Operator Telephones
Physician That She Has Been
Not until they heard a fellow
worker ask her family physician at
the telephone to come to her aid the
other day did several other young
women operators in the telephone ex
change at Atlantic City learn thatJ
she had been stricken blind when
seated alongside , them. "I've gone
blind, doctor; won't you come to
me? Tills is Miss Hiltner," one of
tho other operators heard her com
panion say. The girl had been un
able to see for several minutes, and
when she realized the extent of her
affliction "plugged in" on the
switchboard in front of which she
had been working and established a
connection with the home of the
family doctor. As she disconnected
the plugs after communicating with
the latter, the young woman stood
up and tried to walk across the
room. She fell fainting. Several
other operators ran to her assistance.
She was revived, but refused to be
taken to a hospital and insisted upon
returning to her home so she might
be therjjvhen the physician arrived.
From the tropical jungle to the
Arctic circle, from California to the
southern cotton fields, from naval
combat to military warfare, the edu
cational value of the higher class ci
nematograph production is as incal
culable as is the degrading effect of
the vulgar 6hows. But fortunately
for the future of the moving picture,
statistics prove that among the most
popular have been the productions
of "The Fall of Troy," "Macbeth,"
Tasso's "Jerusalem' "Bob Tt'oy,"
Dickens' "Christmas Carol," etc.
One of the most daring of all cine
matographic exploits was achieved
by the photographer who placed his
machine on the verge of a flaming
crater and gave to the world the
"Eruption of Mount Etna," a more
vivid impression than could be obi
tamed from any textbook. Ex
"Breakfast has of lato years fallen
into disrepute. The breakfast rooms
of Victorian politicians were the
scctfes of many a delightful orgy.
The table resounded with tho merry
clink Jf sardine tins, and, as they re
lieved tho groaning" sideboard of its
burden of ham and compressed veal,
the wits and gallants of the period
vied with one another in jokes about
Pygmalion and Galatea which their
biographers have deemed worthy of
immortality. Statesman pledgeft
statesman in tho flowing coffee bowl,
and the most popular toast of tho
day was buttered." "The Perfect
Gentleman," by Harry Graham,
QNLY IN EFFECT.
Irascible Wife (to husband)'
You are no malch for me, sir.
Husband (meekly) If I am not,
my dear, why do you always want to
"I bet you never rod is m to
Mobile," - 7
"No,,bt w Uki fewa y
SAVES THC PARTING
BY CHECKING THC DEPARTING
' Wi tha part.
oft flnt i
detected. The tartaW
look unarm, unhealthy.
Ths whits atreak m
Yon nay net nottea
gradually growing wider.
una irora oar to oar
hot watch tfca earthta from
month to month. Aa further evidence of what H "
bappenhur look at roar broth, or eetnb. It le
elogved with dead hair and dandruff after arery
combW. Tho hair U arradaally dying- and aom
Inir out and the atreak U becoming dally Bttfe
The dandruff ntm ta dotnff thta and the work of
destruction cannot bo cheeked until tho dandmat
Is eradicated and tho germ destroyed. , It la aeen
dlUon requiring tho prompt and tnteUfeaat Wa at ' -Newbro'a
llerelddc. If total baUBeaafa to W -
caped. The Invisible microtia growth sovar haMa
, omdepart&g. ' .
in ino nair jcming pzveeas,
in a fthart tfnM m hra
An absolute Guarantee vkh the one dollar steal
betUe. - f-
w. a. 1XJYD, Spoclal Agent
t)o I love the gold cf the sunset?
In the soul of iny soul I do; And
t 'ove the hush cf the twilight
hen the c.tres of the day are through.
I lore the scent of the meadows,
1 he smile of the friendly stars, and
The light thai lys fioill HchvciI
Through the morning's crimson bats.
I love the dew aiul the clover,
The glory and strength of noon;
The lullaby of a mother, and
The baby'snswenhg croon;"
The crest of a snow swept mountain;
The valley of peaceful dreams;
The little cot by the road side
Where a hcnie light softly jjleams.
I envy you not, oh neighbor,
Vith yourpalace great and fine;
You have but'a transient shadow, &
While the wealth of the world is niine.
I am .richer than ancient Midas
With his fabled touch of gold; '"
For prairie and hill and woodland
Their treasures to me unfold, -y.
In the billowy stretch of a landscape " - - 1
Are gems too rare for a king;
And I know the voices of flowers,
And the notes that wild birds sing
I envy you not your millions ' (
Wnr vnnr lnr ill till wnrlfl'a orrnt Vrlnrt - i
For mine are the songs and dreamings,
And the throb of a kindred heart. Ex.
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The readers of this paper will ba
pleased to learn that there Is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to euro In all Us stages, and that Is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only
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fraternity. Catarrh belns a consUtutlonal
disease, reouircs a consUtutlonal treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon tho blood
rsu mucous Eurracos or tne system, there
by destroying the foundation, of the dis-
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building ud tho constitution and assisting
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liave so much faith in Us curative
.nave so muen laitn in Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that It falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. 3. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold br all Drupirlsts, 75e.
Taka HaU's Family Pills for constipation.
Vice President Sherman
Succumbs After Long Illness. .
After a lonjr illness Vice Presi
dent James SchoolcraftT Sherman
died of Bright's' disease at his home '
in Utica, N. Y., at 9:42 Wednes-'
day nifiht. Ho had been sinking
since early morning, but rallied"
about 7 p. m., tho apparent jra
provempnt being of short duration
only. Mr. Sherman was the 27th
Vice President and a candidate on '
the' Republican ticket for re-election.
Will be paid to any person having any
kind of pain or ache, if Shipp's Quick Re-'
lief Liniment fails to give instant relief'
and the purchase price is not refunded.Try
it and see. 50c At All Druggists.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland
To Marry a Professor.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland author-.
izes the announcement of her en
gagement to Thomas Joseph Pres-, J
History of Arts at Wells College.
The date of the marriage is not yet
determined but will bo announced
Dyspepsia' is America's curse.
Burdock piood Bitters conquers
dyspepsia every ,time. It drives
out impurities, tones tho stomach,
restores perfect digestion, normal
weight, and good health. lm
Life Insurance In Kentucky.
The annual report of Insurance
Commissioner , M, O. Clay sliov
there is life itmiranW in fort
Keatucky amounting to IMt.f
L649.80. .. .