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The men still let tho women suffrage but they
won't let them have suffrage.
.The Free-Trade rule works but one wny
wrong way for workers in tho United States.
The Pittsburg Press has given an order to the
Mer'ganthaler Linotype Company for sixteen quick
change, multiple magazine linotype machines to re
place thirteen early model single magazine lino
types, thus increasing the Press' battery to twenty
eight linotypes. It is significant that after using
linotypes for twenty years the management is so
well pleaspd with their efficiency that it orddVs six
teen more machines of that type.
Col. Henry "Wntterson, editor of the Louisville
Courier Journal, celebrated his Hcvonjty-flfyi birth
day on February 115. During the past year Col.
Watterson has spent tho most of the time abroad,
though he has continued to keep in close touch with
affairs at home. It is now considerably more than
half a century since Col. Watterson began his news
paper career in "Washington, his native city. Since
1868 ho has beeu in editoral control of the Courier
MAKING FOR IDEAL JUSTICE.
"Many delinquents who come to the Police Court
need a teacher more than a policeman," according
to a sentimental writer for u Chicago paper. "Well,
put the grammar schools in charge of the police and
try the schoolmarms on the pickpockets, thugs aud
WHEN MAN SINKS TO THE BRUTE.
One of the things heard about town last night
was that there was an old-fashioned dog light yes
terday afternoon somewhere on the Kentucky River
near the Fayette and Madison line. Louisville and
Lexington dogs were entered for a stake of $500
and the Louisville dog won. Lexington Leader.
RIQHT YOU ARE ! SHUT THE DOOR !
Now that "Washington authorities propose to get
after men who are alleged to bo engaged in "cor
nering" the supply of American potatoes and forc
ing up prices. Yet these Democratic Tariffs re
.visers gave us to understand that wheu they fin
ished their work the high cost of living would bo
knocked into a cocked hat
FIDDLING WHILE ROME BURNS.
Bishop Greer of New York City heads the newly
founded Church Peace union, which will have
oharge of the $2,000,000 set aside by Andrew Car
negie a few days ago for the promotion of interna
tional peace. The union is composed of twenty-nine
trustees, representing all leading religious denom
inations in the United States, and the income of tho
fund $100,000 a year, will be expended by them.
"Jftflnevolout sunshine" is tho propor designa
tion of President "Wilson's anti-trust programme,
"malevolent moonshine" would seem to ho tho
phrase to attach to the anti-civil servico programme
of the Democrats in Congress. Springfield Union,
Republican. - t
"There Isn't a woman living who wouldn't rather
be beautiful than sensible," says a woman hater.
"Wc don't know about that, as all the women in our
section of Kentucky are both beautiful and sensible.
AND ARE LETTING THE STATE GO TO .
History repeats itself: "We also repeat: That it's
just one blankety-blank banquet after another out
at Lexington and Frankfort. How can a mun do
any good work when he's full of booze, burgoo and
bosh Cut it out sports. Don't permit Sam Shackle
ford to run tliiugs so eagy.
Experiments in political economy have been and
are hobbies of Democracy in State and nation. That
party never w satisfied to satt on smooth seas. It
is the creator of Htorms, a builder of industrial cy
clones in States aud, at last, in the nation.
The burdens must bo borne until tho Republican
party is called b:clc to handle the reins of govern
ment. All the investigations possible to be .made
by tho committee appointed by-President Wilson
will accomplish nothing definite. Hard times go
hand in hand withDemocracy. In the meantime,
millions pay the cost of the frightful experiment in
changing from n dependable party to one in which
dependence can not be placed. Cincinnati Com
Let's Have D nner
For Once I'm Hungry
Oh, Ho! ROOT JUICE Makes
You Eat Like a Wolf and
Digest Like an Ostrich.
Tut, tut, don't any you tiro not liuiiRry,
cAn't cat, can't illBcat, or Buffer uitor
That's a complaint of yewterany. Clot it
few doses of HOOT JU1CH Into that lln
Icky Btotnach of yours and bco what Imp
pens. You'll soon know what uocxl,
healthy hunger Is, you'll forget nboiu In
digestion and dyspepsia In a hurry and
you'll sit down and enjoy tho biggest meal
you'vo had In many a day. What's mora
you'll experience tho greatest surprise of
your life you'U dlgost that dinner and
you'll havo no pains and stuffy feeling
after It You'll not belch and bloat Ilka
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W.A. Wood & Bro.
Market Street. IHAVSVILLE, HV.
All k lads of Freuli Siesta. Cnh paid for
butohers stock, hldas and tallow.
UNCLE SAM TO ANALYZE
The V. S. IJureau of Mines has built a "mine-fire
gallery" at its -Pittsburg experiment station to
study the problems of spontaneous combustion and
.subduing mine fires. The gallery consists of a steel
tube G 1-2 feet in diameter and 27 feet long, laid
in a deep trench, lined with fire brick and mineral
wool, covered with 2 feet of earth, and with its
ends stopped by 13-inch brick walls. The chamber
has been made as nearly airtight as possible and in
sulated against tho escape of heat generated within.
At one end is a motor-driven fan and air meter,
while at the other is a stack which can be opened
or elose.d. At intervals along the top of the gallery
are small pipes for withdrawing samples of air or
gases inside, or for inserting pyrometers. The gal
lory will hold six to eight tons of coal when one
It is intended to place different kinds of coal or
waste in the chamber and study spontaneous devel
opments under various conditions. Experiments arc
planned on controlling lire by reducing air supply
or. sealing. Progressive changes in composition of
the gases, etc., will be followed out and tempera
ture measurements .made to secure data for solving
practical problems in subduing mine firSs. It is
claimed that this is the first attempt to investigate
this problem with experimental apparatus on a
mining scale and with full control of surrounding
WILSON'S NEW FREEDOM.
"Wilson's "New Freedom" caused tho release of
a million hands in the factories because of his
Free-Trade Tariff bill. Serves 'cm right. What
right had Republicans in maintaining a Tariff law
that compelled men to work all the time? This
"new freedom" of "Woody s will give the boys a
chance to study up on economies the science of
living on half-time wages, and in many cases no
wages at. all. Chicago has a daily bread line of
7,000 now. But wc are not to refer to these things,
for it hurts the feelings of his Majesty Tut, Tut, be
cause ho had forecasted great 1 lungs for Free
Trade law, and it is a flat failure. Pueblo (Col.)
K "X2 -r ;afVi Mil
"Sake Alive. John, You Hungryr Taut
HOOT juicu M a marvel."
you did before and you'll bo roady for
another big. husky feed at supper time
and rooro big meals tomorrow.
Nover you mind what failed to help you
or what you'vo tried before or how much
money you have wasted on uncertain
things, you lust try HOOT JUIC13 for ten
days and pioyo these words. It's simply
got to glvo results or back goes your
monev. You're taking no chano fl this
time. HOOT JUICE Is guaranteed to
glvo satisfaction to everybody who uses
It. Tho druggist win ton you mat pre
cious fow ask for money back overy-
bodv says you couldn't buy tho benotlt
they'vo had for ten times the prlco and
they want moro of It.
ROOT JUICB can't hurt anybody, noth
ing harmful In It, no bad aftor effects, no
reaction. It Is made of roots und herbs
and tho way It works Li simply wonder
ful, it docs mora than merely nut the
stomach In flno condition. It bouelUs.i
tho wholo body, utirs up tho lazy liver
and bowels, strengthens the kidneys hii1
bladder and cleans out tho blood. It puts
new vim and forco Into tho nerves and
makes you feel llko you havo been mads
all over again with every part and organ
working Hko a clock.. ...
Don't you let anybody switch you oft
onto something elso this time. ou get
guaranteed, monoy-back HOOT JUICE
and try It for Just ten days. ot It right
off, today and tako your llrst doso before
your next meal. It's good, you'll llko the
taste, but you'll feel like screaming with
Joy nnd hupplncss when you sco what
glorious rellof it brings. ROOT JUICE
is sold nt all llrst class drug stores at
a dollar a bottlo and It's worth a hun
dred. You'll say so, too.
Hon here by J. J. Wood & Son.
J. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING. J.
$ ltuesoll K. Whitman, advortla-
J iuy manager of tho Hearst news-
J puner syndicate, Bays: 4"
"It is the bread, butter and J
motit of business getting. All J
J othor forms of publicity are the J
J caka and riossert."
THIS IS CERTAIN
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Nsoond Floor1 ninonnlo Tcmpla,
Third and MntkntHtraau,
Mpcrlal Attention to DIimmi oftlio
Eye, Ear, Nosc,7hro8t.
- JUttdenct. m J! Third St Tliphonn
office at, rtiUUnctl Office houri, to o it
u m.: 3 to t v. vi 7 to Sv. m. Sundait
by aipolntn'ntnn y
Electric and Alcohol
Trays, Gillott Shav
ing Sets, Canes, et
Frno lineof Diamond
Rings from $10 up.
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
vsatiintav ,s Sale Day at
OdllHUdy New York Store
Bagger dnd Better Bargains
Than ever. Winter Goods niustgo, nomntlor
heiif hn price. New jrnudfi in this weok.
Ladies' $3 Raincoats $1.98 !
Children's $2 50 R-iincuufa $1 H).
Ltdie8' VVaisteBeuutiful Cropo Waists in
white and colors 98c.
I Now Carpets and Mattings--A real nice Carpet
i?5e yard. Buy now, beautiful patterns.
' Heavy Ingrain CarpotH, for Saturday only 29c
N.?w Crepes for dressep, the latest shades, 25c
SPECIALLadies' 810 Coats $4 98. Not
l'ft. i Thin is ynur last chance.
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NEW YORK STORE s- "ESS
Willin was utriitfirllnjr through th tory in his reading
lesson. No,' said the captain," ho road, " 'it was uot
a sloop. It was a larger vossol. By the rig I judged her
io be a-a-a-n-.i "
Tho word was now- to htm.
"Barque," supplied tha teacher.
Still. Willie hesitated.
"Barquot" repeated tho teacher, this time sharply.
Willie looked as tho ho had not heard aright. Thon,
with an apprehensive glance around the class, he shouted:
"Bowwowl" Detroit Free Press.
MD-SlKvsit yrw TJWta fr WBHmmimmmmmmtmmHtt&t BImH m
Jiarry hdwards, night dork in the
weiis-i'argo iixpresa Company ' ofllco
at Coming, N. Y., was murdered by a
Argument on raandamu9 nroceodini?
to give Interstate Commerce Commis
sion oxaminuru access to all fllew and
correspondence of the N. C. & St. L.
railroad was hoard by Judge E. T.
WLat could furnish stronger viduuoe
of ths afUcieucy of any remedy than the
test of time? Thouiandii of poople
tostify that Doan'n Kidney Pills Lure
brought lastiug reiults.
Homo endorsement should irov un
doubtedly tho merit of thij remedy.
Years ago your friends and neighbors
tsstltled to the relief they had derived
from tho use of Doan'a Kidney Pills.
They now confirm their estimonlals.
They say time has completed the test.
Mr. C. Chisholm, 317 East Second
street, Maysville, Ky., says: ""Tboro
was a time when my kidneys were badly
disordered and I was annoyed by many
symptoms of kidney complaint Doan 's
Kidney Pills, procured nt Wood k
8on's Drug Store, removed the troubU
and my good health since' then is evi
dence of their merit. I have seen
many othor ensea where Doau's Kidney
Pills havo .proven their worth. My
former endorsement of this remedy still
For aala by nil dealers, i'tlce SO
cnt. Foster-Milburn Co., Uutfalo.
New York, polo agsnts for tho United
Itemembor the name Doau 'a and
toko no other.
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West End Property.
Wo havo for sale THREE beautiful
residences in the West End on Socond
street. Those homes nro modern.
throughout Each -home is located on
large lots, running back to Third atroet.
Tho extonsion of the street car line, in
that section, and tho building of an up-to-dato
apartment house in ttila end of
town, In our judgmext is sura to stim
ulate valued of real estato in that part
of our city. These homes will be opened
for inspection, to prospective buyers At
any Mine. For particnlara sea us at
HBQBBiailHHIIIimH - f
1 mWi ". J9m
WHITE OATS 50c Bushel I
9 CottoL Seed Meal, Mill
Feed, Corn and Hay.
I.I. C. EVERETT & GO.
I xiLi-il "2i
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas Work a Specialty,
iHanulGJnIy tho Best of material. Dealer
n BraBB Valves and Fittings, Has otovef
nd Ranges, All uizos o( Sewer Pipe,
TO THE 10
Makoa it Worth Wh?
e wuero lour
t Rait Beoond St.,
The Farmers M Planters
Got the extra $ for tho Grower. Brio your Tobacco
wheie it brings the Price. Crop averages
Wallingford & Hon. Mason Co lfity lbs $18.9
T. S. OoDMrOhlo 108tt lbs 17.49
Bchlitz & Tobin, Mason Co ai36 lbs 17.18
John B. Wolfe, Maioa Oo 957S lbs 18.08
Harry Brooot, Mason Oo 287a libs 15.86
J. W. Downing, Mason Oo 3370 Its 15.08
J. W. Dunoan, Mason Oo 8006 1UB 16.04
$1.13 Per IP Pounds!
VYe boat the market
average last wopk
I Your Last Chance
llmfl IwEnrYiri nn
At eomo time or another nearly everyone
gets nn attack of the 'blues,1' evejy thing seerns to
go wrong, and tho whole world has a dreary look.
That Is tho time when a llttlo Sunny Urook The
I "imrt I
Para Food Whlskevwlll nerform u maolonl chance.
Its rich, fragrant bououet. nnd mellow flavor make
it a delicious beven?e every golden drop pleases
,p, senses una soocnos uio nerves, lies; ot ail, n
wtu puniy ana ntgmt atvttoptd medicinal pnperttes make
n priectly safe In fct, hljlily beneficial.
Sunny Brook The Pure Food Whiskev is Bottled In
Bond every bottle bears tho Green Government Stomp, so that iq
Idltlon to ma unquuiiiw guarantee by tha lartest Outturn o-ntu-u'MtJuy tntfn
a nil auaiiiy muurpaura, you nave me tusurnate oi iuo u. o. uaverqroeni
mavery drop Is purr, nturl, itralffat vUiiitf, itMduItMkftd, fully mtlurxi
. diamiura twt- pivoj.
FOR SALE BY
Ig Sts., Mayt.vill, KUmtuaky.
LinCE M'LUKH'S WTS OP .J.
b BYPLAY. 4.
4 .. j. . .j. $. .H4 if -b if. ', 4
Cheer Up I
If you can ma,ko a follow .smile
Amid the tasks that irk,
If you cap mako'bini grin a while
You'vt done a good day's work.
It Must Have Been llasli.
(Waterloo (Iowa) Courier.)
Thoy woro agreeably surprised to
hayo a kind-hearted farmer residing
uear-by sond- them out a big basketful
of ''eats" like mothor ujed to provide.
Xoedless to state they quickjy disposed
Wot's all tho okooring forf
They've tied a can to O. Webb Mur
01, Wot a Taste!
Beware the boozo when it is red
Or you'll be sore. I'll bet;
It will ppt bees inside your head,
1 M W.r. w, ' tftS"
Attractive All Ways
That's the description of
'tjtfturfw'tl" modern bathrooms as
we, install them.
Always Attractive because
of the baautifu 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
Ask for booklets.
BE0RGE H. TRAXEL
GQR. THIRD AND LIMtSTONI ITS.
To Secure Some of the
Of the Great
FactoryBankrupt Sale of the Venor Shoe Co.
The balance of these high-grade Shoes have
been out deep for quick selling. Tomorrow is
the time for you to get a supply of footwear for
present and future ,needs. Marked at prices
that mean a clean sweep tomorrow. Get here
before it is too late.
Transfer and General iiauling, We
ma,ke n specialty ot large contracts.
Office and barn 180 jCact Second
street. Those 145 and 215..
W. H. Means Dry Feet Shoes!
None Better for Rough Wear. Try a Pair.
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