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'Boost when you cnn, nnd when you
Qloso down your own talk-making plant.
For, though it sounds quoor, I'll ndmtt;
No knockor ovor mndo u hit
Bo sure to road Hunts' nd. for splen
did value in muslin undorweur.
Former Senator Shelby M. Cullom, of
Illinois, who is ill in Washington, wns
grcitly Improxed yostcrday.
REVENUE CUTTERS TOR THE
Washington. Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury Djron T. Newton, who is
strongly advocating nu appropriation
for one or moro roveuuu cutters to ply
the Ohio, arid to use in enforcing the
innrluo laws, as well as in reliof work
during periods of high water, says ho is
much encouraged ns a result of tlio
frlendiv disposition toward tho appro
priation shown by members of Congress.
Scerotury Newton insists thnt ho will
continue, to push this item in tho ap
propriation bill as long ns there is a
chance' to secure its adoption.
WEST UNION C. G. &. P.
Advisors of Road Have Endorsed Plan
and First Steps Are To Bo
Taken at Once.
President llonry Hnlyh was in
Georgetown, tor n few hours Wednes
day afternoon. He had come almost
direct from Detroit, where ho has been
ill. Upon advice of his physician he
went on to West Baden Springs for a
few weeks. As soon ns he has recupera
ed ho expects to como back and take
up tho rc-arrangement of tho C. G. &
P., such .is appointing a gonoral man
ager and other mntters of importance.
Mr. Hnlgh confirmed the report thnt
the C. G. &. V. would build to West
Union during tho summer. He has boon
watching this territory, ns have other
well known railroad mon, and they have
nvian.i flint Hiis was tlm best railroad
extension prospect in this portion of
Ohio, lor tins reason no nut uremii
to extend the lino, but under just what
ternwjio has not et decided.
THE-CLASSY SHOW SHOP 1
ALWAVJ A FKATITRK
Get a Copy of The Gem Weekly
at tbe Theater.
Tor writing on the margins of news
papers sonl through tho mails a man
was fined $100 in the Federal court.
This is an offense mauy commit
through ignorance. 1'itvle .S'im has a
school to teach them different, and tho
tuition comes mighty high. Portland
MONEY IN HORSE RACING.
Tho Maryland Jockey Club, at Balti
more, has just mndo public a stnto
went of its earnings and expenses for
tho fiscal year ended November 30.
The receipts from all sources were
$203,.'53G.30( and tho total operating ex
penses wero $215,098.81. After putting
aside something for current expenses nnd
paj'lng a six per cent, dividend to tho
stockholders, fl2,000 v. as donated to
"J - - - '---
The Farmers and Planters
What you want is tbe high price. We can get it for
you. Below wo give you a few average? on crops sold by us
last week: ,oct
W. H. Newell, Mason County $18.57
T. B. Roberson, Mason County $17.77
Fred Wucher, Brown County $17.75
John R. Downing, Mason County $17.40
Peed & Benz, Mason County $14.75
Blatterman & Watson, Mason County . . . .$14.75
Thp Farmm and Planters
IJEJHMiE? Warehouse Co., Inc,
The House That Gets the Price.
DONT DELAY GETTING
Splqtion pqr Yqur
A very small expenditure for this
solution will save
ipense for frozen radiators and cylinders.
JSee us at once, as we have just gotten in
la barrel and it will
Charges wero made, In tho inv.eijiga;
tlon of Uriltod States Circuit Judge
jjpeor, of Georgia, that his court wns
l.nl.l mifaliln nt Ma ilUtrlftt nnd that lie
jbnd jo,lected jurors In criminal cases.
Flvo persons woro liurt and twonty
or more nrreBtod in n riot when militia
men stopped a mob of strlkors attempt
ing to march to a hospital where
"Mother" Jones Is hold under arrest.
FOUND AFTER TWO YEARS
Nocdlo That Penetrated Foot Just
Georgetown. A noodle that ponotrat
ml tho foot of Clara W. Christopher two
years ago and could not then bo located
by physicians has just boon removed.
Tuesday tho girl folt a sharp pain in
her "heel and a physician wns called. Ho
soon determined tho cnuso and quickly
removed tho cause of irritation by ox
tractlng the long-lost needle.
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
bat Finds Better Way.
Columbia. Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
"1 wished I would die and be relieved
of my (suffering, from womanly troubles.
1 could not get up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed in bed
most of the time. 1 could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, 1
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and 1 don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and wen ot an my irouoies.
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps' to make them strong. It acts with
nature not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all druggists.
Writtf Chattanoora. Medicine Co, Ladles'
Advisory Dept. Chattanooga. Tenn. tor (i"'l
Imtrtutitnt on your ease and l4 page book. Home
Treatment for Women " In Wain wrapper. M.C. 1SS
Hearinir of charges in connection
with the cdort to impeach Judgo Flem
1). Hanipson, of tho Thirty-fourth dis
tiict, was continued at Frankfort.
A mountain man brought in and of
frrod tor salo one day hist week a robe
nnd nig mado from goat skin which he
tunned himself. Tho hair was dyed
with tho juice of butternut hulls, nnd
botii tho robo and tho rug were quite
attracts e. Flemingsburg Oazette.
John O. Spooner, son of Roger C.
Spooner, former American JTmbassndor,
and nephew of former United States
Senntor John C. Spooner, of Wisconsin,
drhen mad for love of Miss Emily Me
Conuell, n public school teacher of Mad
ison, Wis., shot her to death, and then
Killed himself. Tho tragedy occurred
in the school in sight of many small
you a very large ex-
Condition ef the
of MayBvlllo, Kentucky, at Uio closo
Loan and Discounts $652,114.40
TJ. S. Bonds and Other Bonds 14,802.00
Banking Houso and Fixtures 15,000.00
Current Expenses '. 257.68
Ovordrafta . 0,779.90
Cash -on band and due from
othor Banks 134,574.18
ToUl $823,578.01 1 Total $823,578.01
A BIQ BANK THAT WOULD BE PLEASED TO HAVE SOME OF YOUR
BUSINESS NO MATTER HOW, SMALL.
J. N. KEHOE, Pros. L. Q. MALTBY, Vice Pros. J. B. DURRCTT, Cashier.
DIRECTORS E. L. Worthington, E. 0. Slack, S. P. Browning, E O. Downing.
L. a. Maltby, J. N. Kohoe, J. H. Olarko, 8. F. Rood, J. B. Durrett.
We Will Give
1 1CK61 S
To those who call and "FAY
given with each dollar paid; al
purchase of $1 ou tue elegant
P. J. MURPHY,
"An Indian Maid's Strategy"
"An Unjust Suspicion"
One Other Selig Picture.
An investigation of tho actions of
Karl Kimmel, of tho St. Louis I'olico
Court, has been urged by tho grand
jury, because of leniency toward htrike
pickets and tpoeders.
Pence- has made greater progress in
America than in any other part of tho
world, said Dr. John Wesley Hill in
liia ifitiii.il rnnnrf. nQ Tirnuirlnnt. of the
International Peace Forum.
Special Today Clara Kimball Young and James Morrison in
"Up In a Balloon"
MISS BESS COONS
Maysville Girl Now ihe Wife
of Multi-Millionaire G.
Tracy Rogers, Bingham-
ton, N. Y., Trolley
Miss Bessio Coons, born in Maysville,
and daughter of tho lato Judj;o William
1. Coons, oue of tho leading attorneys
nt tho Mnson County bar, is now tho
wife of G. Traeey Kogers, millionaire
and President of tho Binghamton, New
lork, Street Hallway system.
As a sainplo of tho big deals put
through by Mr. Bogers, Tho JUnghom
ton Press of January 10th contained a
front-page rod-letter write up or tno
transaction, given in part as follows:
Tho Binghamton Railway Company
has bocn sold to tho Scranton & Bing
hamton Bailyway Company, which is
operating 20 miles of suburban lines
botweon Scranton and Nicholson, and
which is rapidly building oxtouslons to
ward this city.
At tho annual meeting of tho Bing
hamtou Railway Company Monday.
General Manager B. W. Day and either
President T. J. Foster or Sccrotary and
Treasurer W. L. Donnell of tho Scran
ton & Binghamton will bo elected di
rectors of the local company.
At tho noxt meeting of tho S & B.,
President G. T. Rogers of tho Bingham
ton Railway Co. will bo elected a di
rector of tho Scranton & Binghamton
linos. Ho is reported to hnvo recolved
$1,000,000 for his holdings in this city,
and will retain a largo financial iutorest
in the enterprise.
Tho deal means tnat liinghamton is to
become tho center of ono of tho largest
trolioy systoms In tho world.
Not only aro the lines connecting
this city and Scranton to bo rushed to
completion, but Mr. Bogers is now
ongagod in further deals which will
connect this city with Cortland on tho
north, connecting with tho existing lino
tp Ithaca; to Utica, which is boiug
promotod by formor Governor Horaco
I'. White and T. P. McBride, nnd west
to Waverly, connecting with tho Athens,
Sayro & Wavorly properties of Mr. Bog.
ors, and thence with existing lines tp
Elmira nud the north and west.
Tho board of directors of the Bing
hnmton Railway Company consists of
Q. Tracoy Rogers, president; John B.
Rogers, secretary; tf. Traeey Rogers,
A. J. Pnrsons, George E. Qrpone,
qoorgo H. Barlow, William II. H,ccox,
T. B. Crary, TranVK- Nowoll and Thus.
J, Knena,n. i
Tho papulation of the. Unitpd Statos
contains ;i,:00,00Q more males than fe
males. About 42,00(1 persons arc engaged In
the manufacture of musical instruments
in this country.
Optimism of tho Administration owi
Iho business outlook was voiced by See
rprnry Daniels in an ndurpss in Brooklyn-
."1 . 1 n t ....-. 1 r,P T M.!u.!ll.. .trnu
elected first vice president of the Amer
ican Wood Preserve' Association at
Now Orleans. '
A celebrated vocalist was in a motor
car accident. A paper, after recording
Jim ailf1nnf. aIi1i "Wn in h&MlV to
itato ttfat he was ablu to appear the
zollowiag eveaing in turee piece."
of bustnoss January 10tl, 1914.
Capital Stock . , , $100,000.00
Burping and undivided pro fits 28,209.54
B-Uo other Banks 145.85
IHEIK AOCOUNTtj." Ticket
so tickots given with each cash
diamond ring- and ladies' gold
The Federal grand jury in Chicago
began an investigation of relations be
tween shippers nnd railroads to deter
mine whether tho Klkins Rebate Act
is being violated.
SLATTERY CERTAIN TO
BE U. S. ATTORNEY
MlBtako Made in Initials of Maysville
Man In Former Publication.
Washington. T. D. Slattory, of Mays
ville, not ".T. M." Slattcry, as erron
eously nnuounced in tho Evening Post
from Washington, is to bo United States
Attorney for tho Eastern District of
Kentucky. Tlio error on the part of
tho Evening Post correspondent wns in
tho initials only of Mr. Slattery's name.
It is now sai'd that Calvin Weakly, of
Ashland, mentioned for Assistant Dis
trict Attorney, will not bo appointed.
The indications nro a Tenth district
man will get this job.
Day Phono 200.
NiQht Phone 335.
Says the Panama Oanal Is Ready For
Panama. Tho Panama Canal has
reached such a condition of completion
that a largo ocean steamer could now
pass through, according to a statement
today by Col. George W. Goethals. It
is Colonel Goethal's intention to sond
a Panama railroad steamer through the
cannl in April. A circular order Issued
by Colonel Goethals to go into cnect
on February 1, abolishes the Atlantic
and Pacific divisions of tho canal con
struction becnuso of tho nearness of
completion of tho work. II. C. Cole, the
enginoor in cliargo 01 tno l'aciuc divis
ion will resign ou that day.
Lieut. Col.. William L. Sibort, of the
United States corps of engineers, tho
eoncreto construction engineer at Ga
tuu Locks, also losos his engineering po
sition, but retains his soat on tho Pan
ama Canal commission.
Both ends of the canul nro practical
ly completed, only the electrical install
ation and cleaning up remaining to be
It's as standard as a gold
dollar. Always abso
lutely uniform in tho
quality of its ripe, mel
low, high grade tobacco
and perfect workman
ship. All attempts at imitat
ing this wonderful ciga
rette have ended in
failure. Whole coupon
in eacn pacxagc.
'I III III
Of ever? 200 narioni who llvo to be
40 years of nge, 126 are married.
TtiA Innrnf 1irnTnh nf 41ia Vlrtrltiln
Legislature passod tho so-callod enabl
ing act allowing 18,000 voters to de
mand a Stato-wido election for prohibi
Henry Siogol, head of a chain of
A rv rrnnilq nnfnrnrlqnn tnnHfiml linfore
a special master in tho receivership pro
ceedings in inow ions mat no was prac
WOMEN REFUSE TO SERVE AS
ELECTION OFFICERS IN
Chicago. Because it has been impos
sible to got women to servo only about
one-half of tho 1,400 voting precincts
in Chicago will have women judges and
clerks of elections at the April primar
ies. Figures given out by tho election
board indicates that only about 700
women will be included in tho list of
5,000 judges and clerks, who have been
Kidney Troubles Attack Maysville Mon
and Women, Old and Young.
Kidney ills seize young and old.
Often como with little warning.
Children suffer In their early years
Can't control tho kidney secrotions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
Women worry, can't do dally work.
Men have lame and aching backs.
If you have any form of kidnoy ills
You must reach tho cause tho kidneys.
Doan's Kidnoy Pills aro for weak
Hnvo brought relief to Maysville
Maysville testimony proves it.
Mrs. S. Neal, 407 W. Second street,
Maysville, Ky., says: "One of my fam
ily had a great deal of trouble from
his back and kidneys. Doan's Kidney
Pills mado him better in ovory way,
and ho always praises them."
For salo by all dealer. Price CO
conts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sole agonts for the United
Romomber tho name Doan's and
take no other.
"THE USUAL WAY"
MARY FULLER IN
"Elise, the Forester's Daughter"
"SLIPPIN8 FINGERS" Sella Drama.
Tooth B tush
Tho kind you pay 2fc and 3fic for. Spe
cial asaortnient of live gross of these extra
lino Brashes while tbey last at a special price
CttENOWETH DRUG CO., Inc.
Seventeen head of cattle woro killed
ono day last week when a north bound
Ohio traction car camo on to them at
West Carrollton in Montgomery County,
Three hundred iron mines were op
erated in Swodon practically all of last
BITS TROM TIIE NEWS.
Berlin prohibits exhlbtion of corsets
ou wax models in storo windows.
Tho annual Bohemian Agricultural
Exhibition will bo hold in Prague from
May 10 to May 2L, noxt.
A shipping, engineering and machin
ery exhibition will be hold In Olympla,
Loudon, in the coming autumn.
In Wales, and in places whero tho
Welsh tongue is used, the declaration
of marriage in tho marriage service and
tho contracting words may bo said in
Tho city of Kalaraata, with a popula
tion,of ,18,000,, is tho business and dis
tributing center for tho province- of
Messenia, which is ono of the richest
and most fprtllo sections of tho Pelopon-
e Cigarette of
y 77" jCyiv3i " t BJiryTA--- n fl ' , '"!'
Bill "Ain't you afraid to take your tobacker down
& when the market's off?"
MlkP"Nn. I'm nnin' In the AMAZON."
Just Received, a Big Shipmont of
VERY FANCY NEW CROP SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.
The Last 8hipment of
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM
Now here, Can get no more this aeastn.
TWO CARS VERY FANCY WHITE TABLE POTATOES
From the best potato growing district in Michigan. Have contracted for
several cars of extra selected Northern Seed Early Rose, Early Ohio, Early
Red Triumph and other varieties suitable to our soil and climate, all of
which will be here in time for early planting.
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Which is close at hand I have direct from Boston a big supply of Fancy
Mackerel in barrels and buckete; also Codfish, White Fish, &c. Perfection
Flour, which has no superior anywhere, always in stock. Coffees, both
green and roasted, of the highest grades. My stock is the best, prices low
est, Finest Teas that can be bought. Both Coffees and TeaB are bought
directly from the importers for spot cash. CANNED GOODS My stock ia
unusually large and being bought directly from the cannera at as low price
as any jobber can buy such goods I am in position to meet the prices of any
one and at same time give customers the very best that can be packed.
Fineet and freshest Seal Hhipped Baltimore Oysters a specialty. Fruits and
Vegetables always in stoek. My aim shall continue to bo to give my cus
tomers the very best at most reasonable prices. Country Produce, suoh aa
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, dec, such aa my city trade requires, bought at cash
pricea, and don't forget tbat I wholesale aa well aa retail.
R. B. 10VEL,
We Again Call Attention to Our Line of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors an1 Embalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, Ky.
Sand is shipped from Seattle to Hon-,
olulu for eoncreto making.
W. C. Morris has boon recommended
for postmaster at Bowling Oreen, C. Y.
White has been nominated for postmas
ter at Cave City.
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To all knowing lufferers of rheumatlira, whether
uiuicuUr or of the Joluti, nclataca. lumbagoes,
backache, palm In the kldnejs or neuralgia
Ealui, to write to her for a home treatment vrblob
as repeatedly cured all of theie tortures. She
fmlt It hor duty to send it to all sufferers KRKE.
You cure yourself at home, as thousands will tes
tifyno change of climate bolng necessary. This
simple discovery banishes urlo acid from the
blood, loosens the stiffened Joints, purities the
blood and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity
and tone to the whole system. If the above In
tereta you, for proof address Mrs. M. SUMMKKS,
Box K, South Iiend. Ind.
Transfer and General Hauling, We
make a specialty ot large contracts.
Office and barn ISO East Second
street. Phones 145 and 228.
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"Of courso they do." The Central Warehouse
hna Sales Managers and Auctioneer who by reason of
long years of experience know how to got Good PrlCBS.
Satisfaction necessarily follows. To all those who
have sold tobacco with us we will say we hope to sell
again, and we ask those who have never Bold with us
to give ue a trial. Wo believe wo can satisfy YOU.
&: ojSS" '
M. C. RUSSELL CO. 0
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THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
"Push the buttpn and
rest." The kind that
the whole family will
appreciate and enjoy.
When tho leaves of toa wore first
brought to England they woro eaten.
Tho Suffragists' Congressional Union
u planning auothor nppeal to President
Wilson for February 2.
THAW GETS $30,00Q FROM ESTATE
Pittsburg. In Orphan-)' Court of Al
legheny County Judgo J. J. Miller
granted tho petition of Harry K. Thaw
for $30,000 from the accumulated in
come of his father's estate. The re
mainder of tho accumulated income,
$130,735, will bo disposed of lator by
POLICE WOMEN WANTED
Covington AuthoritioB Will Be Asked
To Appoint Thorn.
Covington. Tho Womon 's Civic Com
mission has secured a numerously signed
petition which will bo prusonted to the
Mayor and the City Council asking the
appointment of police womon.
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