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v, Cheerfulness Is tho rubber tiro on
llfo's ohiclc. It breaks tho jolt wlion-
tc,vcr prudonco and industry hnvo boon
''unnblo to removo the stones from tlio
Stato taxation odlcort of Cuyahoga
County, Ohio, made a formal demand
on tolm T. ltookefollor that ho pay
$12,000,000 taxori fin tlio ourront year,
ills fortnim. Is t'stimated nt t!00,000,.
Attractive All Ways
That's the description of
t$ffin(fal'r' modern bathrooms as
we install them.
' Always Attractive because
of the beautiful white enameled
finish and exquisite designs of the
, -Attractive All Ways from
the standpoint of health, appear
ance and economy because of their
sanitary, well-designed, durable
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COR. THIRD AND UVIEST0NE STS.
THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP !
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Bargain Prices, 5c 10c
GOOD ANTI-PISTOL TOTING LAW.
Tho unanimous passage by tho Sen
ate of a drastic bill to piownt the car
rying of concealed weapons, of which
Senator Arnett is author, is as follows:
"Tho offense of carrying concealed
deadly weapons denounced in this
statute is horcby declared a high miv
- demeanor, and any person convicted
under this stntuo of tho offenso of car
rying concealed upon 01 about Ins pel
Majority o! Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to
Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad
vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: "I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
1 tried different treatments, but they
did not seem (o do me any good.
1 f ot so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
ancall my friends, except one, thought I
would die. He advised me to try
Tbedford's Black-Draught, and quit
1 Don't take our word; ask the man who I
I drives one. 1914 Mpdels I
1 now on exhibit at 1
Ji .At L-r
IuSoia.theri. verb laSCOOff bttshefci
or. potatoes imported, tno largest im
portation of potatoes in any single
ONE BABY EVERY YEAR
Should Be Soma By Ono of tho Mom
bcrs of Mothers' Clubs.
Cleveland, Ohio. That at least ono
child shall bo born ovory year to one
of tho members of tho scores o moth
era' clubs nfflliatod with tho Ohio Stnto
Congress of Mothors may becomo tho
unwritten law of tho organization.
A suggestion to this effect is to bo
mado by Mrs. J. A. Smith, president
of tho Congress of Mothers, at tho noxt
Exeeutho Board meeting of tho organ
ization. Director of Public Welfare
JT. It. Cooloy also will bo urged to cs
tablish a bureau for prenatal care at
the City Hospital.
"1 believe the club nfllllnted with tho
Ohio State CotigroSs of Mothers should
make n rulo that at least ono baby
shall bo born each yenr to ono of the
mothers," Mrs. Smith said. "Each
club might offer prizes for a 'bettor
bnby' contest. Motherhood is woman's
highest attainment. '
"I expect to discuss tho baby-a-ycar
idea more fully nt our Executlvo Board
meeting two weeks hence. Wo also will
urgo that tho city carry out its plan
to establish a buieau for prenatal in
struction. "Wo should havo training schools
for mothers, whero they may bo taught
to caro for babies in a scientific ami
100 Hewnrrt. OIOO.
The tel8M ot tbii uaper will he plesed to
loUnco hat been able '.o oure Id all lti itRRCi.and
that It Oatarrb. Hall'i Oatarro Cure li the only
poiltlveoure nowknown to the medloalrraternlty.
Catarrh belon a oooitltattonal dlieje,requlfi a
constitutional treatment. Kall'tCatatr Jteli
taken Internally, aotlng directly npou ue blood
ana raucoui turfaoei of the lyitem, thereby (!
thepAtlontitrength by building uptbeoonitltu
tlon and aiiUtln nature In dolnjt Its work. The
proprietor! have 10 muoh (alth In lti curative
powerithat thry offer One Hundred Dollartlcr
tlmontali. AddrenF.J. CIinNEV A CO.,ToIedo,0.
TVoHirlmlU Pllmrnr rnimtlcatlon.
son a deadly weapon shall be dlsfran
cbised and such conviction shall operate
to exclude such persons from tho right
of suffrago for the period of two years
from tho date thereof. Any person con
victed n second tinm under this statute
shall be confined in tho penitentiary lor
a period of not less than one year nor
more thnn five years." Tho penalty for
tho first offense, in addition to disfran
chisement, is a fine from $50 to f 100
and ii jail senteuco of 10 to 10 days.
FOR FIVE YEARS
taking other medicines. I decided to
take his advice, although I did" not have
any confidence in it.
1 have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Black
Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous Ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest
Get a package today.
Only a quarter. us
V Classified 'l'ed.of ill employee, alliod
with suffrage organizations were warn
ed that they would bo liable to romovul
under tho clH servlco laws If they bo
eutno active pnliticully.
Mr. William Klein, of I ronton. Ohio,
and Miss Trances Schwnllie, daughtor
of Mrs. Fred Schwalllo of near Rlploy,
wore uultcd in marrlngo Tuesday morn
hie at 11 o'clock nt St. Michael's
Church, Kov. Fr. Thoodosius officiating.
Qanio Botwoon tho Local High School
and Portsmouth Teams Tomorrow
After a sllenco of two weeks in intor
high school basket ballgaites tho best
and fastest gamo of tho season up to
dato will bo seen in the local High
School Auditorium Friday night whoii
tho Maysvlllo H. S. boys' team meets
tho fnst and dnsliing warriors represent
ing tho Portsmouth, Ohio, High School.
Tho boys from Ohio represent a larg
er high school than Maysvlllo nnd
might well bo expected to havo tho
stronger team but tho local team still
claims tho honor of boing undefeated
whilo Portsmouth can not claim to pos
sess similar laurels. In the gamo with
Hrooksvillo tno weeks ago the Mays
vlllo boys displayed faster and better
team work than In auy of tho previous
gnines and in tho menntimo thoy havo
been carefully training and practicing
for a battlo roynl with tho visiting
team Friday night. They will hnvj
their last scrimage, before tho g.tme,
with tho city toam at tho gymnasium
tonight when any ono will bo wolcomo
to seo tho boys work at hard practice.
Only the small amount of ten cents will
bo charged for admission to the prae
tico game and at the same time both
teams will play to win. Como and root
for tho boys in their practice tonight
and then help them win over Ports
mouth by your prcsouco and enthusiasm
Friday night. Watch for tho record of
tho Maysvlllo team Trlday morning.
H. O. POKTZ.
E3 .A. XT T 1 1
Special Today Tha Edison Co. Presents Mary Fuller In
a Special Two-Reel Foature,
"A TUBOR PRINCESS"
I'icsldciit Vu.m Sin Kui dissolved the
district councils, of tho provinces ot
Oliinn as anothor stop to destroy pop
William Itapp promises iuteiestlng
testimony in his contest of tho divorce
suit brought by his wife, Mme. Ernes
Uoligious instruction of public school
children -by approved teachors of roll
gion discussed by tho Ucuer.il Hoard ot
Religious Educators of the Protestant
1'iesident Wilson hns withdrawn from
entry all the lands of tho public domain
which may bo crossed by tho conduit
San Francisco will build to bring water
fiom tho Ifotch-Hctchy valley.
EASTEK FALLS ON APRIL 12th.
Lent begins this year threo weeks
later than last year, being, of course,
based upon tho dato of Easter, which
is April 12 this year, as against March
23 in 1013. Very few peoplo enn toll
why Lent varies so from year to year
and why Easter may como ns early as
March or as late, ns April 12.
AN EUQ DRINK.
Tho white of one egg, a pinch of salt,
a tcaspoonful of sugar, half n pint of
hot milk nnd a tonspoonful of whipped
cream mnko a delicious drink. Add
tho salt to tho egg white- and beat un
til stiff; then add tho sugar and tho
hot milk. Strain into n tumbler, and
put a toaspoonful of whipped cream on
WHEN THEY DIFFER.
Tho Rov. W. Warron Giles, discussing
tho differences known to exist botwoon
tho typical Englishman nnd tho typical
American, said they wero difficult to
dofino, but might bo illustrated by ana
logy in comparison.
"Tho Englishman's formula is: 'As
it was in tho beginning, is now, and
over shall be, world" without ond.
Amen.' Whereas, -tho American's re
vised version is somowhnt ns follows:
'As it wns in the beginniug, is now
but, by Gum! there's got to bo a change
pretty durned quick or wo'l know the
BED BUGS CAUSE CANCER
This Is tho Opinion of Dr. John R
Cumberland, ltd. Bod bugfj causo
cancer is tho opinion of Dr. John II.
Littloflold, who has mado a Hfo study
of tha disease
"Our present theory regarding orl
gin of cancer nre untenable," ho said.
"Protozanorganisms must bo regarded
as tho cause of its growth. Tho bed
bug has been tho constant companion
of civilized man and cancor hns always
mado its nppcaranco nmong voyage
pooplo when thoy como in contact with
"We should uso greater caro in pro
tecting our bodies from tho bites of
A Gorman scientist has estimated
that tho chomlcals composing n human
being weighing 150 pounds aro worth
BID INCREASE IN SCHOOL
Frankfort, Ky. A mntcrial increnso
in tho nttoudancc of children
in tho lural schools is shown since tho
oporation of tho prosont school law
which was enacted in 11)08.
Since tho law has beca offectivo thoro
has been an increase in attendance of
of 112,030 children, wlillo for tho same
period tho incicnsc in tho school census
has only been G,70fl. The increnso In
enrollment during the same period is
Brings Most Money
Why Most Tobacco
Is Sold at the
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MAYBE THAT'S WHAT KEPT HIM
AWAY FROM MAYSVILLE.
Ur James K. Patterson, former pros
ident of Kentucky Stnto Uuivorsity,
told the Senate committee investigat
ing tint institution that Henry S.
Parker, present president, was no furth
er advanced when ho ceased to bo a
student at tho university than a fresh
FOUR ECLIPSES IN 1911.
Pour eclipses, two of tho sun and
two of tho moon, nre to take placo dur
ing the present year. The first is
scheduled for February 2tth. It will
bo an nnnu tl(eclipso of the' sun, invis
ible in North America. Tlio only per
sons who will have an opportunity to
iow it at all will bo tie residents in
tho most southern parts of Pntragiuia
and New Zealand, nnd they will seo it
only ns a small partial eclipso.
A "Helping Hand"
Middle Aged Woman
M THERE comes a timo in every woman's
JL Ufn tohfln hnr orfrnnlsm nndorcrooa nn
lmporiuni ennno. mis ib u uiuuii
nniHrul Tt la n timo ttrhen n woman needs
- i -i muj- l-
her full healtn ana Btrengtn. ror your own
eako you should anticipate, this turning point
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Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
ical science is
contained in Dr.
AdfUer newand re
rtiad edition of 1008
ptget.onlr 31c. Ad
dreat Dr. Pierco' In.
valid' Hotel. Buffalo
Day Phone 200,
Nicht Phone 335.
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT?
That we have sold more pounds tobacco than wo
had up to this time last season.
CAN YOU GUESS THE REASON?
Ask the pooplo who havo sold with us, each one of
whom is a Standing advertisement. Try ua nnd bo
ono of tho happy ones.
Growers Warehouse Co., Inc.
Free Stalls In the Livery Stables. New Telephone 272.
MAYSVILLE, KY. ' AHKW&xxsfat!&2l:v?lSt T,"Vr"
"""A Child of the Prairie"
"The Man in the Hamper"
Tho fact that a woman hns nothing
to wear will not, in Itself, koep her out
of society nowndays.
Center Bros., mulo dealers of Gar
rard County, sold u mulo to 11. II. Price,
of Townvllle, S. C.', for $297.50, nnd six
to Itnnkin & Hopson for $930.
A Romance of the Timo of Honry VIII.
"A SNAKEVILLE COURTSHIP"
Fasanav Weatprn Comedy.
THE EMBARRASSMENT OF RIGHTS
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat and Surgery
OFFICES Suite 14
First National Bank Building.
Tho Republican Executive Committee
of Hrown .County met at Georgetown
last Saturday and indorsed Judgo Jas
P. Swing of Cincinnati as thoir choice
as candidate for Governor of Ohio. The
committee also began arrangements for
n got-togother meeting to bo held Fob
Extended to the
"L "HI UI IMWvWIf
s.V 'I W-
haa been recommended for over forty years as a
tonic for women who aro about to experience "tho
turn of life." It Is helpful in tho equalization of
tho circulation of the blood and In regulating tho
action of tho bowels. Nervousness and low spirits dis
appear. Happiness and contentment tako their place.
Sold In tablet or liquid form by Medicine
Dealers or send BO cents for sample box
The kind you pay 25c nnd 35c for. Spe
cial assortment of rive gross of these oxtra
fine Brushes while they last at a special price
CI1ENQWE7H DltUG CO., Inc.
M. C. RUSSELL
Bill "Ain't you afraid
when ihe market's off?"
MiKe-"No, I'm goto' fo
Just Received, a Dig Shipment ot
VIRY FANCY NEW CROP SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.
Tho Last Shipment of
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM
Now hero. Can get no more this season.
TWO CARS VERY FANCY WHITE TABLE POTATOES
From the best potato growing district in Michigan. Hare contracted far
several cars ol extra selected Northern Seed Kurly Rose, Early Ohio, Early
lied 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 Dostou a big supply of Fanny
Mackerel in barrels and buckets; also Codfish, White Flub, Ac. ' Perfection
Flour, which has no superior anywhere, always in stock. Coffees, both
green and roasted, ot the highest grades. My stock is the best, prioes low
est. Finest Teas that can be bought. Both Coffees and Teas are bought
directly from the importers for spot cash. CANNED GOODS My stock is
unusually largo and being bought directly from the canners at as low prices
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 beet that can be packed.
Finest and freshest Seal Shipped Baltimore Oysters a specialty. Frnits and
Vegetables always in stoek. My aim shall continue to be to give my on
tomers the very best at most reasonable prices. Country Produce, suoh as
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, &c, such as my city trade requires, bought at eaik
prices, and don't forget that I wholesale as well as retail.
R. B. LOVEL,
We Again Cell Attention to Our Line of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
I 'i-p " i ma fc3JT 7f
MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
.Funeral Directors and Eoibalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, Ky.
W T. Latliem was at Maysville yes
tcrday. After a vis.it here, Mrs
Eliza Marshall went back to her hoiiu
at Marshall In Mason County Weilnes
day Airs. Morris Aitkin, of tins
nty, accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
John E. Wolls, of Maysville, went to
Pr.inkfort Wednesday to visit relatives
We Will Give
To those who call and "PAY 1H2IB ACCOUNTS." Tickft
given with each dollar paid; also tickets given with each cash
purchase ot $1 on the elegant diamond ring and ladies' gold
PT MT IPPHY THE JEWELER
. J. lYlUrxrril, AND OPTICIAN.
"Of " course they do." The Central Warehouse
has Sales Managers and Auctioneer who by roaaon of
long years of experience know how to got Good Prices.
Satisfaction necessarily follows. To nil those who
havo sold tobacco with us we will say we hopo to sell
again, and we ask those who have uover sold with ua
to give ue a (rial. Wo boliove wo can satisfy YOU.
IjCII 1 HAL COMPANY,
&'asS"r " .
to take your tobacker down
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
"Push the button and
rest." The kind that
the whole family will
appreciate and enjoy.
I Nearly $1,000,000 damage was done
by flia in tho Southern Pacific cottou
I sheds at Clinton, 'fox.
Chicago, February .'I. Chicago wom
en to tho number of 153,897 registered
today preparing to oxerciso their nowly
granted suffrage at tho next city elec
A. M. FSXRY,
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