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A certain young lady In Wheeling
Grow weary of waltzing and reeling,
"It's the tango for mo
It has action," said sho;
And she smiled when her heels hi!
TIIE GERMAN NOTION.
(I'liiliidelpuln Xorth Amcrk-.-iii.)
Ono way of putting warefari' on n
higher plane is to send out aviators to
drop bombs on noiiconibatunts.
And For Three Summers Mr$. Vin
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains In my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, I
would have to give up and He down,
until It wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided to try
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I firmly
BOX PAPER FOUNTAIN PENS FANCY BOX CANDIES
CIGARS PIPES SHAVING SETS
TOILET WATERS PERFUMES IVORY SETS
WE MAKE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EASY
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1 lie Jv22i OlOre, DAY PHONE 200. UIOHT PHONE i35. m
J. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
SIX BRAND NEW
At Cost As Long As They ast.
See Us At Once.
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We have never assembled a more attractive line
of Christmas goods than we are showing this year.
We have marked the goods at prices that will appeal
to the most critical. Call and see what we have; to
show. Our price is'low.
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STORE OPKN KVKRY EVENING
UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS
LUKE McLUKE SAYS
Tho Mi Cost of lit viuu wan only a
pup in tho flays when a household was
awakened inery morning by tlio music
of a I'liftVe grinder.
Kvery woman dresses to please other
ini'ii iintl to displease .other women.
A man can have a faeo like a Cubist
puzlo and yet the woman lio is good to
will think he is handsome.
Mnrringo may be a lottery to the
girls under 2.". nut to tlj older girls it
is ,i grab bag.
believe I would have died If I hadn't
After I began taking Carduf, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for Increased strength!
Improves the appetite, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: ChatUnoofa Medlcim Co., Ud!' Ad
vlsory Dept., Chattanooga, Ttnn., for Special In
$trutlions on your case and 64-r-ue book, "Hoax
Treatment (or Wnmtn." lent la r'lD wraotxr. J-63
60c Per Bushel
2i Bu. in Sack
OF HEALTH LEAGUE
Following U tho report of tho Mason
County Health League- for tho month
Three patients wero placed In the
Hi.y.swooil Hospital. One was gunshot
wound of foot; one was of a very se
rious nature, requiring an operation, in
which a fibroid tumor and two ejsts
were removed; both doing nicely. The
other was a boy under 10 years of age
unconscious from excessive imbibing of
Number of patients list November 1,
72; number of new patients listed, 18;
Number of patients discharged eutod,
Jl'; number of patients discharged im
proved, 13; number of patient tin
iinnroved. 3: number of patients do
ceased, 1) ttal discharged, :t!, re
Number of sick calls, !)!; county
chool calls, 1; business calls, 7; met
ropolitan, 34; miscellaneous calls, L'li;
treated at olliec, 21; total number lll.
Tho annual meeting was held Novem
her 27 with a view of stimulating tue
members to renew their membi'rdiips.
So far, out of tho 2"2 members listed
last year, only 107 havo renowul.
Speakers from a distance wero invited
to help in rousing the citizens to a
spikc of their responsibility. The mat
ing was followed by a banquet in the
evening as a social function.
Following is a report of the b-inqtiet
The provisions were all lonnt"d it
tho ladles of the town and county, ex
cept otic turkey, and the frapjie.
Loans of necessary equipment wore
teceived from tho following:
Schatriuaiin crockery store, di-'ies.
I. if. Young & Company, dishes; M-i-sjii
Lumber Company, lumber; rs
I'l-osbyterian church, jacks and boarls;
H. 1. O. Elks, jacks and boards; Mrs
In ley, stovo; Third Street M. C.
church, silver; Traxcl & Company, sil
cr; Mrs. A. L. Mer, Mrs. Eugene
Merz. Mrs. M. 11. Lewis. Mrs. If. A.
Cochran, Mrs. J. Foster Barbour and
Mrs. Sudduth Calhoun, oyster fori s,
Mrs. J. Foster Barbour, linen; Mr.
Omar Dodson paid for use of hall; the
Settlement Club did tho decorating; the
ladies prepared the dinner and the Do
nsestie Scienco class of the high school
served under the ablo direction of Miss
Dickson; Mr. Larry L-ingfels did the
plumbing and furnished necessary con
nections freo of cliarue; I'ollitt & Sons
and Parker's Livery furnished convey
ances for gathering things together.
Tho thrco newspapers Wero very gen
erous in giving space for notices, etc.
Miss Lida Woods and Miss Childs
did tho necessary typewriting, etc
Tho Soliciting Committees turned in
tho following cash donations, besides
Mrs. Clary and Miss llattio Dob-
yns t 12.50
Mrs. E. L. Manchester 15.10
Mrs. Oalanty 15.20
Mrs. J. C. Itogers and Miss Lot
tie Berry 0.00
Mrs. Cougiilin LOO
Mrs. T. M. Itussoll 2.50
Mrs. IL It. Harovor 50
Annio M. Casey 2.C0
Provisions sold 3.93
Cash receipts $ 62.05
Tickets $ 63.00
Total cash receipts $123.05
Abundanco bluo grass, tobacco land;
well watorod; Va mllo to small town;
school; church; plko; almost now barn;
fr.clng fair; 2-story brick house; some
frtilt; 0 miles to New Richmond, Ohio,
If sold quick,
Choice tobacco, clovor, timothy, bluo
grass soil; pasture plenty; 20 acres
timbor land; well watered: fencing and
Improvements fair; 5-roora cottage;
good barn, 48x60; pike; tolophono;
E. F. D.; l'4 miles to traction; 3 miles
from New Richmond, Ohio; 20 miles
from Ciiyjmati; Bargain for quick
NOAH POWERS & CO.,
Travoling oxpeuscs of speakers. $ 32.00
Broken dishes .35
Total expenses $ 07.60
(For the Christian Observer, by Itov.
J. JL Evans.)
Thoro are somo young dieiples who
from tho timo they give their hearts
to tho Saviour bedoino workers for
Hun. Tho subject of this sketch was
r.ne of these. Ho united with the
church when about It. Ho was taken
home when 10, having left a precious
testimony as a loynl and devoted fol
lower of his Saviour. His illness was
brief," his death unexpected. Ho wns
the first to realise that his timo to dc
pirt from tho things which nre seen
and temporal, to know tho reality of
the things which arc not see and eter
mil had come. Calm as the sun goes
down, when not a clould is seen and
not even a gentle zephyr causes a leaf
to rinnlo on the boujrh, ho called his
loved ones around him to hear his last
He first made mention of what din
position should be made of his Mtinll
accumulations called earthly posses
sions. Then lie inado arrangemncts for
Lis f unreal who should preach it,
what hymns he wanted sung. Ho se
lected one, asked his brother to select
one, his pastor one. Bis own selection
was, "I Love To Tell the Story.'
Turning fiom those around him, his
thoughts rested on the young men who
wero intimate friends, eight in all, who
Wore not Christians. By namo he -isked
in prater that they might be saved and
meet him in heaven. Then with a smile
or. his face ho said good-bye to each one
near his couch and fell asleep, to wake
The eight young men were his pall
bearers. A meeting was held by the
pastor soon after. All of them made
!. confession of faith and united with
tho church. So far as tho pastor's
knowledge extends they were faithful.
After the funeral tho pastor sought
tho father privately to speak some
words of sympathy. When the conver
sation began tho father smiled and said,
"I thank you, but let me say, no father
over loved a sou more, no one ever
needed ono more, no ono ever missed
ono more, but I am as much reconciled
to my Father's will upon tho day of his
burial as upon tho day of his birth
Ho gave him, Ho took him, and Ho
never makes a mistake" Reconciled,
ho took up his accustomed duties with
more zeal than before as ruling elder,
superintendent of tho Sabbath school,
nnd loading man in tho church. Ho was
never heard to utter a word of com
nlaint. IIo continued his useful life
'till his work was dono and tho sum
mons camo to meet his son where sop
arntions never como.
Tho contrast! In the same pastorato
a mother was separated from her beau
tiful, accomplished daughter. Liho tho
young maiij sho had been a Chrlstiau
for years. Lying in tho arms of tho
monster wo call Denth. whom Jesus
alono has conquered, robbed of his sting
and plucked tho victory from tho grave,
peacefully, triumphantly, sho oxclaim
ed, "Como, Lord Jesus, como quickly!"
Her faeo was radiant, whilo tho most
beautiful smilo thoso who had tho pri
vilege of being thero had over seen, a
reflectiou from tho counteuanco of her
Saviour, played upon hers, and sho was
not, for Ho took her.
But her mother was iievor reconcilod.
Sho distressed ovorybody sho know by
her complaints. Her friends avoided
her, Sho becamo a terror to nil. Lifo
wns a burden. Sho absented herself
from tho house of (lod, took no pleasure
in religion, lived as if her Heavenly
Father had made a great mistake, and
walked in daikness. She left no testi
mony behind to honor a dying Swiour
or to advance His Kingdom. Tho con
trast between tho two is as great as
light and darkness, lifo and death.
If theso words aro roid by any who
havo bruised, mangled and crushed
hearts, may they bo led to follow tho
oxmuplo of this father. It will lighton
tho burden, give Joy, peace, happiness.
Tho testimony thug given will bo for
tho glory of God.
SLAUGHTER OF TUR
KEYS. (Fleming Guzotte.)
Brent & Lynch closed up tholr turkey
business hero last weok, after slaughter
ing between 13,000 and 14,000 turkoys
during the season,
"When somo othof man's .wifo docs
anything, a man -will say: "How wo
manly 1" And when ho own wife does
anything ho will say:' "Ttiat's jut
UkaavwomanLM- AndUhoreVau. awful
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74 K OLD
Expected to Resign on Account
of Feebleness Gained
Strength and Twenty-four
Pounds' by Taking Vinol.
Corinth, Miss.: "I nm a city tax
collector nnd seventy-four years of age.
I was in a weak, run-down condition so
that I became exhausted by every little
exertion. My-druggist told me about
Vin61, and I decided to take it. In a
Week I noticed considerable improve
ment; I continued its use and now I
havo gained twenty pounds in weight,
and feel much stronger. I consider
Vinol a fine tonic to create strength for
okU people." J. A. Price, Corinth,
As one grows old their organs act
more slowly and less effectually than in
youth, circulation is poor, the blood
gets thin, the appetite poor and diges
tion weak. Vinol, our delicious cod liver
and iron tonic, is tho ideal strengthener
and body builder for old folks because
it creates a good healthy appetite,
strengthens digestion, enriches the
blood, improves circulation and in this
natural manner builds up, strengthens
and invigorates feeble, run-down, nerv
ous and aged people, and if it does not do
all wo say, we will pay back your
John C. Pecor, Druggist, Maysvillo, Ky.
List of unclaimed letters in the
Maysvillo Postoflico week endiug Do
comber 10, 1014:
Bickford, It. L. (2)
Clark, J. M.
DeBorde, J. B.
(1 rimes, Miss Mnmmio
Jones, T. L.
McIIonry, Mrs. Lii-yio
Molliigh, Miss Lizie
Slater, Miss Luilueo
Ono cent duo on abovo letters. Par
ties calling for samo will please sa
M. P. KEIIOE, P. M.
POSSUM FOUND ON ROOST WITH
Glasgow, Ky. Clem Wiuu, a wcl
known busincfis man of Glasgow, was
awakened by his chickens making a
i.oiso and on going to tho hennery
was astonished to find a big, IV op
possum perched on tho roost with the
thickens. Mr. Winn captured tho pos
sum and will have him for his Christ
The head of tho Pinkorton detectives
says that tho moving picturo shows ot
crime "are tho most powerful iutluence
in the country today for making crim
inals out of boys and girls." Then it is
tho duty of parents not to let their
children go to any of tho shows till
they know what will bo represented.
Central Methodist Advoeato.
TURKEYS REPORTED PLENTIFUL,
Turkeys aro reported so abundant
that tho market has dropped 1 cent per
Most all lodges throughout Elkdom
tro arranging to gladdeu tho hearts
of tho poor Christmas week.
Smoko La Tosca No. 5, mado by the
Geo. W. Childs Cigar Co., in Maysvillo.
It's a smoke. 208tf
WtotterOne Hundred DolUn Rewirdf orany
case of Catarrh thatoannot be oured by IlaU'i
V. J. CHENEY A CO. .Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, baveknown F.J. Cheney
orablelnall builnentraniaotloniand financially
Waldinq, Kinnan A Mahvin,
Wholeiale Druggim, Toledo, O,
Hall'iOatarrh Cure li taken Internally, aotlng
lyttem, Teitlmonlali lent tree, Frloe75oenti
Take Hall'aPamtly Ptllitoroonittpatton.
THE STANDARD OF CANDY PER
FECTION BY WHICH ALL
OTHERS ARE JUDGED.
It's a posltivo fact, whonevor BEST
candy is discussed, Tit AXEL'S is men
tioned. Candy makers may claim
soraothlng "just as good as Traxol's, '
but diwr.miating candy oonsuinors
seem united in tho conviction that
TRAXEL'S are supromo.
All kinds of Christmas caudles.
Watch for our Christmas ad, noxt
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on our opening salo did not sell up to tho expectation of a number of
sellers, duo in a measure to the oxtromely soft condition of a large
percentage of tho Tobacco on sale.
In somo instances, howovcr, wo had expressions of satisfaction,
and wo confidently bollovo the difference between tho "Growers'
Ideas" and tho present market will adjust itsolf as soon as Tobacco
begins to appear in good merchantable order. Wo anticipate a freo
movement of Tobacco before tho holidays and we want your business.
Wo aro ready to servo you at all times to tho limit of our ability.
i The Central
C. M. I0NES, Sales Manager.
A. M. PERRY, Auctioneer.
HARLAN DAY, Floor Manager.
to receive and do our best to make SATISFACTORY
SALES. Get your Tobacco in good condition and
bring to the
GROWERS WAREHOUSE CO., Incorporated.
FRE STaLLS IV THE LIVER STABLES. PHONE 272
L. T. GAEBKE, President W. W. MclLVAIN, Vice-President J. C. RAINS, Secty.-Treas
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We have the largest and strongest agency r'
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f Beautiful Gift! T
A charming gift of every day utility is the new two
pint G-E Coffee Pot.
Perfect coffee enough for the family is provided
right at the table by this gracefully designed and
Your best friend will appreciate such a gift any
member of your family will fee delighted.
Our Christmas display includes several sizes and
styles of electric percolators as well as many other use
ful electrical gifts. A visit to us will help you with
your holiday sTiopping.
Fancy New Orleans Molasses
QUALITY FINE THIS YEAR.
I am receiving Dally Seal Shipped
Uy and always handled In tho most sanitary .Manner, xnoy aro lino this year
and prices reasonable. In a tew days I will bo rocolving Pino Michigan PoJi
tntoej tho very best that comes to this
if you buy your Potatoes of mo. My
M..!m rtl. .. ilnw n i .1 tn ta .... alin.
pleto, consisting of ovory articlo In my
l'rlllta nf nil lilmlo nrl nt thn varv hat(
Poaches, Raisins, Currants, Citron, DateS, Figs, and ovory arUelo in that Hnep
In fact, every articlo and of tho very bes 4nsitfy found in a store of the
kind I run, A big supply of Apples, Ora$ gfLomont always in .stock, and!
don't forget Ut I soil both wholesaL"
R. L CRISP
C. W. PAYNE.
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and on Tap
Baltimore Oystom of tho Finest Quafi'
market, lotf will make no mistake' A
purchases of fall and winter goods aro ' jm--
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lino) of the vory best. Vegetables ftafl '
slurava in afniV Prnnpn 1?vltnnrat1
m. Sweet Cidor on tap.
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