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THl-DAlLlrPUILIO LEDGER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25. 1010.
Flour- -A Good Flour at a Low Price, and a Bargain 6 40 Ctnts For a Twelve-Pound Bag. 80 Cents For a Twenty -Four-Pound Pae. M Tho best flour in the world for tho monoy. You can secure it at theso prices at tho following groceries: MISS KATIE MILLER K. M. BIERLEY MARION MOORE W. I. NAUMAN QEISEL & CONRAD ED RIOHESON OOUQHLIN SISTERS THOMAS BLANOHARD A. DENISTON W. A. TOLLE GEORGE H. KING J. J. LINGENPELSER J. 0. OABLISH & SON M. 0. HUTCHISON & SON MRS. T. R. PROCTOR T. R. VALENTINE W. J. MAXEY G. W. WALKER & SON ELBERT TRISLER DINGER BROS. MARTIN HANLEY MIKE QALLENSTEIN J. 0. OABLISH & BRO. W. T. OUMMINS M. P. REDMOND PAT OANTLEY S. H. HARRISON MRS. JOHN HAYES Bis F Patent ft.. if "3 C Hi f . y m f v re "X. ' gar A MERCILESS JUDGE Ono Who Shows No Favor. A merciless Judge la Father Time Before him the weak and wanting go to tho wall. Only tho truth can stand, For years tho following statement from a MaysYlllo resident has with stood this sternest of all tests. Frederick Dresol, tailor, 1238 E. Second St., MayBvllle, says: "I was troubled with Inflammation of tho bladder and nn annoyanco from my kidneys. Tho passages of the kldnoy secretions wcro irregular and I had a severe pain across tho small ot my back which interfered with my du ties. When a friend advised mo to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a box at Wood & Son's Drug Store. Thoy gave mo prompt relief." OVEU THREE YEARS LATER Mr. Dresol said: "Slnco I used Doan's Kidney Pills, I have not had any kid ney trouble nor have I had to tako a kidney medicine In that time." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kldnoy remedy got Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Drcsel has twice publicly recom mended. Fostcr-MUburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. SCOTS CELEIIUATE BOH BURNS' BIRTHDAY. Sweet heather bells and Robert Burns, Tho moorland flower and peasant, How, at their mention, memory turns Her pages, old and pleasant. John Grecnlcaf Whlttier. The years come and go, but celebra tions of Robert Burns' birth go on for ever. All over the world, wherever Scots gather, January 25 is a gala oc casion in the year's calendar, for it was on that date, in a wee thatched cottage near the town of Ayr that Burns first saw light. It was then that, to quote Robert G. Ingcrsoll, "love's sweetest bard was born." In America, good Scottish-Americans (wth apologies for the hyphen, but there are no better or moro loyal citizens of the republic) and their de scendants nnd friends take no back scat when it comes to question of fit tingly recognizing tho event. The cel ebrations will cover the entire week in some cities, so that tho enthusiasts may attend several gatherings In honor of the bard. The oldest newspaper In the United States, called "The Pennsylvania Ga zette," is published at Philadelphia, and was established by Samuel Krel mer In 1728. The first temperance society in the j " United States was organized In Sara toga, N. Y., In 1808. News From the Home of the Coffee Bean Mr. Frank G. Carpenter, noted correspondent, writing from Santos, Brazil, said to be the chief coffee port of the world in an article in the Los Angeles Times of Oct. 30th, 1915, says: Very interesting! And what, pray, is there in coffee that makes people sallow and nervous? The drug, caffeine about 24 grains to the average cup a powerful irritant of the nerves and delicate tissues of the body. Of course not everybody is affected so severely. But caffeine is a cumulative polson? and sooner or later it gets in its work with many users slowly with some, faster with others. Is it wise to tamper with such a menace to health? By far the better way is to leave coffee alone, and for a pleasant, delicious table beverage use Instant Postum the pure food-drink. Postum is made from prime wheat, roasted with a small portion of wholesome molasses, and contains no drug or harmful substance whatever only the goodness of the grain. There are two kinds of Postum. The original Postum Cereal, which requires boiling; and Instant Pos'um, the soluble form, which Is made in the cup with hot water Ins'anllyl They are equally delicious, cost about the same per cup, and both are good for the nerves, good for general health. "There's a Reason" Send two cent stamp to Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., at Battle Creek, Mich., lor 5-cup sample tin of iMtMt PsttlMR. WOO JAN A Wealthy Clilnnman of Ashland Or dcrcd Released By Federal Judge Cochran. Judgo Cochran, Saturday, In tho Enstorn District of tho United States Court at Covington, handed down an opinion and order of release of Woo Jan, merchant, of Ashland, Ky. Woo Jan was arrested and charged with being an alien, and subject to deportation under tho Chlncso exclu sion net of February 20, 1007. Following his arrest, ho applied for a writ of habeas corpus and release from tho custody ot Thomas Thomas, United States Immigration officer. Tho record shows that on February 15, 1894, tho defendant registered ns a Chinese merchant at the ofllco of the Collector of Internal Revenue at Lex ington, Ky. Ho has mado thrco trips to China, and, upon returning to Am erica from the last trip he landed at San Francisco, Cal., on May 2, 1913. Judgo Cochran's opinion Is that ac tion against Woo Jan should not be Instituted by tho Department of La bor, and that the Jurisdiction in the caso should be with tho Department o! Immigration. Woo Jan has become wealthy as a merchant and owns a beautiful homo near Cutlcttsburg. BABY CHICKS AND RATS. Editor The Ledger: I have a true story about rats that beats tho rat that "John" caught. I was a porter In the Hotel Portsmouth at Portsmouth, O., sonio time ago. I discovered that thero were rats in tho chicken coop that stood in ono corner of tho yard and I placed a trap. It was a common wire trap of tho kind often seen In grocery stores. The first night I caught thirty-three rats, the second night I caught ten rats nnd each morning I looked Into It there were somo dead ones In It. Last summer I hatched some little chickens out nnd put them In a brooder box. One day when the chickens were about three weoks old 1 thought to clean tho coop out 1 found a nest of rats, one old ono and eight about half-grown. In each case I called the neighbors to witness the scene. Come on, some, one beat this. REV. WALTER R. SCOTT, 70S East Third street, city. Next Easter will fall on April 23. Only one again In this century will It bo so late, 1043, when tho date will bo April 25, the latest that is possible The first glass factory In the Uni ted States was built in 1780. "The people here believe in coffee. They talk nothing else and as they talk they drink. They drink so much of this beverage that they grow sallow, and the muscles of their faces twitch conntiwiously. When ene of them sits in a chair, resting his toes on the floor, his knees boh up and down with nervousness, and the whole system seems afflicted with St Vitus' Dance." A 0000 LAAV. A will was declared Invalid In Lou isville becauso the testator was not 21 years old. Tho will was written by nn 18-year-old mother who wished to divide a small cstato among relatives, leaving her children a portion of It Tho court decides that tho property shall bo divided according to tho statu law affecting estates not dovlscd by will. Tho law Is a good one, nnd even In this caso proves so. Tho chil dren who will Inherit tho property need, no doubt, nil of tho small estate, nnd thoy arc entitled to It as a mat ter of right. Ammonia bombs arc being used In somo of tho national forests In Amer ican to extinguish forest fires, espec ially In connection with brush fires, where the flro fighters can not get near enough to the burning area to beat out tho flames. An Oregon Inventor Is tho patentee of a sanitary drinking cup to bo so mounted on n faucet as to be swung out of tho way when tho faucet Is used for Its usual purpose. CONSECRATED NEW BISHOP .Consignor Ferdinand Hrossnrt, Vicar General of Covington Diocese Made Dignitary Catholic Church Todiir. Covington, Ky., January 25. Mon- slgnor Ferdinand Brossnrt, vicar gen eral of the Catholic dloceso of Cov ington, wns today consecrated bishop of Covington, succeeding the late Rt. Rev. CamlllU8 P. Mnes. The cere mony took placo In the cathedral, Archbishop Henry Moeller of Cincin nati officiating. Prominent prelates and lending clergymen of this section wore in attendance. Tho new bishop was born In Ba- vnrla, Germany, on October 19, 1818. t the ago ot 2 he was brought to America by his parents, who settled at Camp Springs, Ky. Early In his youth he determined to dovoto his life to tho church. Ho spent four years at tho University of Louvaln, in Bel glum, and returning home, he was or dained September 1, 1872. One of his most thrilling experi ences was the smallpox epidemic that broke out while ho was a pastor at Cynthlnna, Ky. Of the few who re mained to minister to tho people who were stricken with tho scourge was Father Brossart. White and black, rich and poor'allko received his ministrations. IN MILITARY FASHION SMARTEST MILLINERY MODEL8 ARE 80 TRIMMED. Cocked Hats and Trlcornes Echo Spirit of War Somber Colors, of Courts, Are Used In Ma jority of Cases. There Is much charm In tho Conti nental hat, for tho trlcorno Is, almost without exception, ono of tho most be coming hats to all types ot beauty. Tho smartest models are trlmmod In a truly military fashion with cockades of ribbon, combining tho colors ot ono or other of tho warring nations. Fantasies of osprey, aigrette, para dise or ostrich plumage, or tho grace ful sweeping feathors of the humble chanticleer, nro also favorite trim mings for tho trlcorno. There aro also one point or unlcorne, and blcorne hats, and hats with mush room brims turned down demurely, Hko tho angler's headgear. A unlcorno design ot exceptional smartness Is dcvolopcd in purplo mir ror velvet and trimmed with a charm ing butterfly bow ot oxidized silver ribbon. Somo of tho newest aspects ot the feather trimmed millinery are seen In tho coq pompons that are arranged to curl downward around the edge of the brim. Ono or two of the latest models are reminiscent of tho dainty turbans of tho second empire, which were co quottishly posed on the head, while the feathor Itself curled In a fascinating manner over tho brim. While somber colors seem to pre dominate, now and then some coura geous milliner exploits a hat of velvet or lusterless silk In a vivid tone of rod, green or purplo. Garibaldi red, which Is a good, old fashioned hue, is a favorito and It Is sometimes relieved by touches of navy blue or bersagllert green. There Is also a general demand for headgear in all shades of gray, for tho costume of this conservative color is to be most popular this autumn and winter. Ono ot tho Jauntiest of the new pic turesque hats Is tho cocked hat of dark blue or black volvct. Of course, it Is trimmed with a cockade, a quill or a beaded ornament. The ever popular black and white hat continues to command its share ot popularity, and we see street hats of black velvet or satin trimmed with white striped ribbon, whlto braid or white beaded birds or flowors. The hats ornamented with whlto worsted embroidery, which earlier in tho season promised to win tho ap proval of smart women, have failed to do so. STAND FOR HOT-WATER CAN Useful Little Contrivance That Will Prevent Discoloration of the Paint or Oilcloth. The can of hot water that takes Its placo outside tho bedroom door each day Invariably leaves Its mark upon the stain, paint or oilcloth that may happen to be underneath It, and this littlo disaster Is caused, of course, by the heat given out by the water. Our sketch shows a stand that can be mado in a few moments and will effectually prevent the heat from reaching tho floor. It is merely composed of four empty cotton reels and a square piece ot thick board. Tho reels aro nailed on underneath at each corner ot tho board with brass-headed nails; tho stand can be painted or stained dark brown, green or whlto. It la no trouble or ex pense to make and will also bo found very useful for many purposes. NEW SWEATERS WILL PLEASE Designed to Add Distinctive Touch to the Costumes of the Season of Winter. Silk sweaters with wool backs have both warmth and beauty. They aro of three-quarter I th and are made with belts or si s and are fur trimmed. Tho bright colors with black or white trimmings mako a very strik ing and attractive effect Many winter sweaters have tho same features as summer sweaters. Tho length Is about tho same and the collars are ot the convertible style. There are more wide belts than sashes. They are at tho normal waist line and are finished on the side or front with buttons. Checks, stripes and changeable effects are used, but the most popular effect Is the sweater ot solid color with trim mings ot a contrasting color or black, or In a darker color ot the sweater. There are caps and scarfs to match sweaters. Theao give a smart touch to a knitted outfit. ICoroscne was first used for light- lug purposes In 1820. iMtomiirno.v i.v caxada is fa. YOKED. Ottawa, Out., January 19. A reso lution calling for prohibition of liquor In Canada for tho duration of tho war and n reconstructive period ot thrco years thereafter, or until ro ponied by voto of tho people, was adopted todny nt a meeting of mem bers of tho dominion nlllanco execu tive, tho Sennto and Commons nnd tho Ottawn committee recently or ganlzcd to further tho fcdcrnl prohl Iiltton movement. Tho resolution In effect determines the wording of a bill which will bo In troduccd Into the commons later on In tho session, A commlttco Is to be appointed to nwnlt on tho cabinet nnd nsk the government to facilitate pas sage of tho resolution nnd follow It up with legislation, WAIT AROUND TO GET YOUR TOBACCO SOLD. TAKE IT WHERE THEY CAN Unload You at Once. Sell You Quickly. Get You Top of Market AND Send You Home Happy, WHEN YOU SAVE A DAY YOU SAVE DOLLARS. WHEN YOU TAKE YOUR TO. BACCO TO THE Home, Central, Farm ers, Indpendent or Planters YOU WILL BOTH SAVE TIME AND MAKE MONEY. THEY HAVE PLENTY OP ROOM, BEST SALES MANAG ERS. FIRST-CLASS AUCTION EERS, DON'T SPECULATE, GIVE ALL THEIR EFFORTS TO YOU, GUARANTEE EVERY BASKET THEY SELL. Sort Every Load AND Lead the Market IN EVERY PARTICULAR. IT IS AN INJURY TO TOBACCO TO CROWD IT INTO A SMALL SPACE. IT TAKES ROOM AND PLENTY OF IT TO PROPERLY HANDLE AND SELL TOBACCO. IT LOOKS BETTER AND SELLS BETTER WHEN WELL DIS PLAYED. YOU LOSE TIME AND MON- EY WHEN YOU FAIL TO SELL AT THE Home, Central, Farm ers, Independent or Planters Warehouses. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET IN. FARM FOR SALE lVo liaio for Halo u furin of 111 acres, located on .Mujstlllo nnd 31 1. Carmcl pike, about three miles cast of Orange burg. The Improvements on this farm constat of ouo six-room House, Tenant House of four rooms, two Tobacco Hams, usual Outbuildings viltli both sets of Improvement. About 120 ucrcs of this farm Is now In grass some ot ttLleli Is Hliiogniss. jfro Is it real bargain In laud, and a placo that uuj good furmer ran make money on. Come lu und let us tell you about It. THOS. L. EWAN & GO REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT Farmers & Traders Bank Bulldlnf , Mayiville, Ky. NT How's This! Wo Offer Ono Ilundrml Dnllnra T?. I wnrd for any caso of Catarrh that can- I not tin rtirnd liv finll'a Pnin,.i, rf..A - . J U UHUtl I U I- J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, tho undersigned, havo known P. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years and bo llcvo him perfectly honorablo in all buslnosB transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by his firm. NATIONAL HANK OP COMMERCE. ., Toledo, O. Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. Price 7Co per bottlo. Sold by all Druggists. Tako Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. A bill amending the Kentucky stat utes relating to the ofllco of clerks of fourth-class cities will be Introduced this week In tho State Legislature. Tho amendment changes the tltlo from Clerk of Council to City Clerk and prescribes his duties. He Is to bo placed under a bond of $2,000, and Is to bo custodian of all public records. His ofllco hours shall bo during the cnte dny, legal holidays and Sun days excepted, and he is required to make a report of his work nt tho end of the fiscal year. The tips of a new German nero plane propeller trend forward when stationary, but aro straightened by contrlflgural forco when rovolvlng, which, tho Inventor claims, lessens tho danger of them being broken by the strain. The first watches were first made at iN'urcmburg In 1477. or coi'MNE, it is winter but with this mild, spring-like wea ther, you can not help but enjoy eating Ico Cream. We could talk for hours and write yards and yards about Its goodness, but wo shall not. Wo could tell you about It being mado under tho most sanitary con ditions possible, but It Is not neces sary. Wo could tell you of tho fine and pure materials that go Into our frozen products, but you know about that already. So, how Is It possible to say any thing more than to EAT TItAXEIVS CREAM' and plenty of It. TKAXEL'S "The Houso o Quality" VERY Wo havo been since the first of tho year, but now tho offerings having somewhat decreased, we hopo to bo able to take care of all who sell their Tobacco with us. We aro very sorry that so many were compolled to go elsewhere during tho rush after making an effort to get In our house, and deslro to thank them as well as those for whom we havo made Bales. Wo feel, tho policy wo havo adopted of good treatment to both buy ers and sollers without kuocklng our competitors, but attending strict ly to our own business has contributed to our wondorful success. GROWERS WAREHOUSE COMPANY -STRICTLY INDEPENDENT- W. W. JIcILVAIN. Vlco President. L. T. GAEI1KE. President. "Stop! Look! Listen!" These thrco words niiiy snvo BUY!" these three words hnvo saved many dolnrs for the patrons of McNnmnra, "Mnker of Clothes Thnt Repent." Our Spring lino of GOO bright, snappy woolens is ready for in spection. If yon COME nnd LOOK, wo are sure you will BUY. C. F McNAMARA Maker of Clothes That Repeat" 6 West Front Street. Work Called For Don't Forget Us We handle all the new appliances, lat est style fixtures and portables which are in practical use. If you are in the market for anything electrical don't forget to give us a call. We can always supply you. We endeavor to ktep a complete stock and are always at your service. ELECTRIC SHOP Q. A. HILL & 106 West Second Street, Oardnor Savage, ot North Anson, Me., although totally blind for many years, is a telegraph operator, and can tako apart and repair his Instrument whenever necessary. OOUQHLIN & COMPANY LITERT, FEED AND SALE STADLE. Undertakers, Automobiles Embalmcrs, For IHrc. Phone .11 MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO. TRANSFER AND GENERAL HAULING. Wo specialize on largo contracts. Offlcle and barn East Front Street Phone 228. JOHN W. PORTER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Phone 37. Homo Phono 96. ITEost Second Street, Mnysrillc, Ky. RAILROAD TIME TABLES No. 7 departs 5:35 a. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 9 departs 1:00 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 5 departs 3:45 p. m., dally. No. 10 arrives 9:45 a. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 6 arrives 2:05 p. m., dally. No. 8 arrives 8:30 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. Subject to change without notice. H. S. ELLIS, Agent ChesapeaKe & Ohio Ity. Schedule subject to change without nolle Schedule effective January 3, 1916. Trains Leave MnjSYllIe, Ky. SVESTWARD G:45 a. in., 3:15 p. m., dally. 6:30 a. in., 9:30 a. m., week-days local. 5:00 p. in., dally local. EASTWARD 1:40 p. m 10:44 p. m dally. 9:26 a. m., dally local. 5:30 p. m 8:00 p. m., week-days local. W W W1KOFP. Agent BUSY I S .1. y uahms. am Sect.-Treas. K ' 1 1.1 V&'O ninny lives. COME! LOOK! Phone 337. and Delivered. '""I BRO., Proprietors. Phone 661. 4 . I mm i m