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Molllc, dear, ou look ho cuto
All drossod up In your summer suit.
Stay out of the sun and savo rcbuko,
Tor oory town has a Luko McLuke.
YAGER AT HOME
Governor of Porto Elco Oomos To Visit
Georgetown, Kj. Gov. Arthur Yagor
of Porto ltico, ai rived for a visit to hU
daughter Diana, n studout at George
THIS IS CERTAIN
Tho Proof That Maysvillo Beadors
What could furnish stronger evldonco
of tho efllcioncy of any romody than tho
tost of timof Thousands of pooplo
testify that Doan's Kidney Pills have
brought lasting results.
Homo endorsement should provo un
doubtedly tho merit of this romody.
Years ago your friends and neighbors
testified to the relief thoy had derived
from tho use of Doan's Kidney Pills.
They now confirm their estimonials.
'They say tlmo has cotnplotod thoiost.
Mr. C. Chisholm, 317 East Socond
streot, Maysville, Ky., says: "Thoro
was a time when "my kidneys were badly
disordered and I was annoyed by many
symptoms of kidnoy complaint. Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at Wood &
Son's -Drug Store, removed tho trouble
and my good health sinco then is evi
dence of their morit. I have seen
many other cases whore Doau's Kidney
Pills havo proven their worth. My
former endorsement of this remedy still
For salo by all dealors. Price 50
conts. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agonts for the United
Itemombcr tho name Doan's and
take no other.
THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP 1
AI.WA.VS A FEATURIt
Country Store Tonight.
A new law has como iuto effect iu
Oroeco which stipulates that all wagos
must bo paid in cash, cither weekly
or three times a week and that amounts
up to ono quarter of tho wages only
Men may aspiro to ovorything an.
do, but it is a raro man who is not '
appointed at least onco every hour.
Great damage was dono by a '
which swept the French coast from the
English Clinnnel to the Mediterranean
FEDERAL COURT ROOM FOR
Washington. Attorney GewWnl Mc
Roynolds has ospecialh sot lisi.lo the'
Federal Court room in Fraril (ort for
tho use of tho Farmers' Stat
Tebruarv 20 nnd 27. J. W'l .Vcntnau.
Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture,
v,roto Senator James som .lays ngo
ftBking him to arrange fo tho uso of
tho hall by the InsHtuto. I
Too mate to Talk
About tbom(i8of tho different warehouses. Nearly
everytiody klowa where tho managers work hard to
get full valo for the tobacco. Try us with what
you havo left and see.
Growers Warehouse Co., Inc.
Free Stalls In the Livery Stables.
H Don't take our word; ask the man who
( now on exhibit at
KIRK BROS., MAYSKVY,LLE1
QRBA.T WAMTOP OICCiTA llf Pfill
Few people realize what an n)most
'perfect condition prevails along a arge
part of the great wnll of China. Th
bricks of the parapet aro ns Arm as
ever, and their edges havo stood tho
sovero climatic conditions of I North
China with scarcely a break, as Explain
ed in tho March Popular Mechanic
Magazine. Tho paving along the top of
tho wall is so smooth that nnylono may
rido over It with a bicycle, and the.
great granite blocks with which It 1
faced aro smooth and ns closoly fittc1
as whon put in place over two thousaid
years ago. The entire length of tail
wall is 1,400 miles, it is 22 feet blf",
and 20 feet In thickness. At Internals
of 100 yards or so, there uio vjrcri
some 40 feet in holght.
INSANE PEOPLE LIJKES TO
St. Paul, Minn., February 21J-"Tho
uso of moving pictures in stsxo Insti
tuions ha3 becomo such an tfnportuut
nnrt of tho ontcrtuicinout auu instruc
tion of stnto charges that thoy are now
indispousable." TWs statement was
made today by C. J . Vassally, chairman
of tho Minnesota $tato Board of Con
"Tho motion pi turo is lolng found
especially valuah'Jb in tho schools for
tho deaf and thoBnsano asylums," said
"It has boon j found difficult to got
any sort of attrvctiou that will hold the
attention of tbh insane, but th prob
lem sooms to bivo been solved with tire
"At dlfforcnt exhibitions of plcturos
ut the state Asylums, the inmates woro
invariably intensely interested by tho
rapidly changing Uens."
It undoubtedly has a good ofTect upon
their minds'. At tho school for tho deaf
tho motion) pictures havo proved ono of
tho bigge'jt item in tho teaching sya
tern, ns tlio ('durational pictures can bu
explaiueijf by dashing tho words on tho
screen. ffDio movios will -undoubtedly
grow inffimportnnco us ttino add edu
mny bo' deducted in payment of lined
or for jther purposed.
. In married life threo is company, tno
Open Prom 2 to 5 P. M.
" 7 to 10 P.M.
f Porest fires in tho United States have
caused an avorago annual loss of
human lives and the destruction of ?r
million dollars worth of timber.
WILL BUY BLOODHOUNDS
Henderson County To Keep Pack For
Henderson, Ky. Bloodhounds will bn
bought by Henderson County and usod
'for trailing allcgou criminals, lnorj
' ty tho last yoar that the Fiscal Court,
' urged by tho Sheriff, has decidod to try
bloodhounds ns n means of chocking
New Telephone 272.
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MISS ANNA BELLE WARD
Kentucky Song Bird at The Pastime.
Miss Anna Bcllo Ward, known ns
"Tho Girl Totrazziul," or tho "Little
Girl With tho Big Voice," Has boon
traking tho biggest hit of any singer
oor heard upon tho Maysville movie
stage. Owing to her popularity, Miss
Ward has boon engaged for nnothor
wook, Sho is a native of Kentucky,
and is just IS years old. Sho has been
beforo tho theater going public sinco
tho ago of soven years. Her sueot
oico and charming manner win her an
nbundanco of admirers. Sho has a
Junlpor from tho Indian reservations
of Now Moxico and Arizona may prose
at cxcollent sourco of material for lead
pencils. Manufacturers nro soarchini;
tho world tor pencil woods.
Special Ivvo-Roel Feature Today
"THE SMUGGLER'S SON"
A nharmintf Htorv BHunnful f ine Jp'ui.clid Arrine,
Postofflco clerks in nil sections of the
country aro appealing to Congress for
An increase in wages commensurate I
with tho increased labor resulting from .
tho parcel poit. '
08$-" THE CLERK"
"ALL'S WELL THAT
Congressman Hobson's automobile, ri
which was only tho chauffeur, ran oor
and killed an 8-yoar old boy at Kior
MR. JOHN R. RYAN
Well Known Formor Maysvlllo Man
Died Saturday Night In Birming
ham Mombor of Noted Mays
Audthor old Maysvillinu, Mr. Joliu
R. Ryan, of Birmingham, Alabama, has
passed away. Ho died last Saturday
night, aged 09 jours. Ho nns tho sou
of Mr. and Mrs. .Michael Ryan. Mrs.
Ryan was Miss Maria Louise Richosou,
ono of tho most bolovod women who
over lived in Maysville. These famih
nimes stand for more than ono delight
ful home whoro tho best people of out
Mr. Michaol Ryan, tho father, was a
grain and coal merchant, haing buill
tho warohouso at tho corner of Third
and Sutton streets. His homo was the
beautiful residence "Riverside," now
occupied by Mr. II. E. Pogue. Above
on tho hill was "Rosemont," tho homi
of his brother-in-law, Prof. William
Richesou. Theso placos woro tho do
lightful resort of tho younger people,
and tboir doors woro over open in hos
pitality and cheer.
Mr. Michaol Ryan was tho most
noted of our choir loadors nmr gathered
about him tho splendid choir of the
rirst Presbytorian Church so noted it,
John Ryan, ns ovorybody called him
was a dollghtful companion and from
a youth bright and successful in busi-
Ho wont oarly to Ylcksburg and to
Ashland, Ky. In later years be lived
at Birmingham, Ala., tho overscor of
somo of tho finest coal properties in the
South. Ho was an export in that bust
ncss, and always commanded a hanu
His wifo, Miss Agnus Barksdale, of
Virginia, was ono of tho noblest oi
womon and of decided) religious char
actor. Sho was taken from him souiru
years since, and now he will bo laid bo
sldo hor in Hollywood Cemetery, Rich
mond, Va. He loaves ono daughter,
Miss Isa Ryan, two sislors, Mrs. Mary
Quarles of New York and Mrs. Lizzie
Baurman of Chicago, and two'brothors,
William, of Birmingham, and Charles
B. Ryan, of Norfolk, Va.
Mr. Ryan was brought up in the Pres
byterian faith, And lately had boon
a'dencon and a consistent membor of tho
South Highland Church, Birmingham,
of which Dr, John Barbour was for a
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voice of strength and sweetness that
h very soldom hoard in a.ptcturc thca
tcr. Miss Ward Is not only a good
singer, but is noted for her boauty and
Tho management of Tho Pastime
Theater has boon highly complimented
upon securing such noted talent.
As this is tho last wook Miss Ward
will sing hero all who wish to hear th"
sweetest singer to visit our city should
attend any matiueo or evening perfor
mance. Tho firo always seems worse whon the
firo bell is ringing.
aro eight applicants for tho
I Wo dehorn cnttlo, knowing that fight
nig is noi gooa ior mom, uut uuuu
great battleships with which to on
courago tho fighting spirit among our
GERMANS LAND GUNS
Sond Force To Mexico City To Guard
Vera Crui'. Tho commander of the
German cruisor Dresden shippod to the
O or inn n legation in Mexico City two
machine guns nnd 10,000 rounds of am
munition. Accompanying tho shipment
went a squad of bluojackols from the
Dresden in civilian dress.
Tho detail of bluojaekots on duty at
tho American consulate bore was with
drawn and replaced by a guard of
picked marines under command of a
sergeant. This stop was taken nftcr
Geu. Gustao Maas, commandor of th
Federal forces hore, had been notified
and given his consent.
D. D. D.
Instant Relief for
J. JAMBS WOOD
"When you receive a prescription, though it may have been
quickly written, it embodies the results of years of study and
experience on the part of your physician. It is essential that
each drug which enters into it bo of tho oxact potency whidi
the doctor intended or results will be lacking. The compound
ing must also be properly done or there may be failure for that
When you bring prescriptions to us you get the fmest
drugs that money will buy and you get scientific compounding.
We feel our responsibility in this matter and have every equip
ment necessary to give you perfect service. If you have -us
fill your prescriptions you can feel sure about them.
DRUG CO. Incorporated.
COR. SECOND AND SUTTON
AS WE ARE NEARING THE END
Of the aeason wo would advise that you get your tobacco in as
Boon as pueaible. Tne market is still strong and pricea good,
especially noticeable at tbo
Where your interests are looked alter by experienced tobacco
people. Our business up until now, which has been merited
by our interest in behalf of our customers, has been very satis
factory. Wc wish again to solicit you to sell the remainder of
your crop with us and we assure you that we will use every
tflort in your behalf.
The Independent Loose Leaf Tobacco Co.
t mit anWrXKSAOlIiat, UaAgr;.renssrIr f Mw.r&maH.Wmaoww.
Lillmu Davis nod John
"A MODERN PORTIA"
Patbo Drama in Two Purls.
and llughiu Alack iu
"An Elopement at Home"
Damage estimated at $102,000 was
done by forost firos last J car, says the
report of tho Chief Forester of tho
The International Bible Conference
opened in Nnshvlllc with au address
by Dr. O. Campbell Morgau, of Lou
too ntHnrd, aioo.
The readeri of tbu pnper will be ple&ied to
olenoe bai been able to oure In all Iti itagei.aad
tbatli Catarrh. Uall' CatarraGure lith only
poiltlvecure nowknowa to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being constitutional dlieaae,requlrni a
oonitltutlonal treatment. Hall'iCatarr Jreti
taken Internally, aotln dlreotly upon ue blood
ana muooai lurfacet of the tyitem, thereby do
thepatlentitrenfttb by building uptheoonatltu
tlon and andtlng nati re In doing lt work. The
proprietor! hare to mnoh laltb tn Ita ouratlve
powerithat thfy offer One Hundred Dollar! tcr
tlmoulali. AddreuF.J. OHENET ACO.,Toledo,0.
Sold by all Uruggiiti, 76c.
Takf Hall'iPotnllvPlllufnr conitlpatlon.
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat and Surgery
First National Bank Building.
"Ouiblacked," "How Thoy Struck Oil,"
Uiograph Farce Comedies,
"Hor First Offonsa"
SATAN IS COMING.
President Toincaro, of Franco, pro
sided nt a banquet iu Paris to Bulger
Ifolland, tho solo survivor of thoso who
participated in tho bnttlo of Sldi Bra
him in Algeria in ISIS.
Hear Miss Ward
If you're nursing n big boil,
Try and grin.
If you'ro taking castor oil,
Try and grin.
If you owe a million bilN,
If jou havo a million ills,
Do not stop to chow your pilN,
Try and grin.
If tho tight pants come in style,
Try and grin.
If Bill Bunco gets your pile,
Try and grin.
If the baby wakes and yolls,
If you tread on pecan shells,
If your wifo has crazy upells,
Try and griu.
for IS years
The Standard Skin Remedv
all Skin Troubles
Si SON, Druggists
Filling ! f;
STREETS, MAYSVILLE, KY.
Tablets, "O. K."
Wo guaraotoe aamo as required by tho City Public Schooli.
Ooutaiu 72 loavea. Permanently bound and perforated. It's a
pleasure to write on this grade of paper.
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
Just Received, a Big Shipment of
VERY FANCY NEW CROP SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.
Tho Last Shipment of
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM
Now here. Can get no more this soaeun.
TWO CARS VERY FANCY WHITE TABLE POTATOES
From tbt! boat potato growing district in Michigan. Have contracted for
several cars of extra selected Northern Heed Early ItOBe, Early Ohio, Early
Hed Triumph and other varieties suitable to our soil and climate, all or
which will be horo in time for early planting.
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Which is close at hand I havo direct from Boston a big supply of Fancy
Mackerel in barrole and buckets; bIbo Codfish, White Fish, &c. ' Perfection
Flour, which has no superior unywhere, always in stock. Coffees, both
green and roasted, of the lik'bi grades. My stock is the best, pricoe low
est. Finest TeaH that can be bought Both Coffees and TeaB nro bought
directly from tho importers for spot caBh. CANNED GOODS My stock is
unusually large and being bought directly from the cannera at as low prices
as any jobber can buy such goods I am in position to meet the prices of any
ono and at same time give customers tho very best that can be packed.
Finest and freshest Seal Shipped Baltimore Oysters a specialty. Fruits and
Vegetables always in Btoek. My aim shall continue to bo to givo my cus
tomers tho very best at most reasonable priceB. Country Produce, Buch as
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, fcc, such as my city trade requires, bought at cash
prices, and don't forget tbat I wholesale as well as retail,
R. B. LOVEL,
We Again Call Attention to Our Line of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
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LWuKH Mllllffftlll IVf-w
McILVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embolmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. IHaysvilfe Ky.
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Bill "Ain't you afraid
when ihe market's off?"
Mlxe-"No, I'm goin' fo
Joseph Fcls, millionaire soap manu
facturer and philanthropist, died of
pneumonia in Philadelphia.
Lifo makos us pay too high a prico
for its wares, and wo purchnso its mean
est socrcts at a prico that is monstrous
We Will Give
To thoso who call and "PAY THEILt ACCOUNTS." Ticket
given with each dollar paid; also tickets given with each cash
purchase of $1 on tho elegant diamond ring and ladies' gold
P. J. MURPHY,
'Of courso they do." The Central Warohouso
has Sales Managers and Auctioneer who by roason of
long years of experience know bow to get Good Prices.
Satisfaction necossurily follows. To all thoso who
havo sold tobacco with us wo will say wo hopo to sell
again, and we ask those who have novor sold with us
to give us a trial. Wo boliove wo can satisfy YOU.
MAYSVILLE, KY. ,
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THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
"Push the button and
rest." The kind that
the whole family will
appreciate and enjoy.
to take your tobacker down
Pooplo aro so intonso in their likes
aiid dislikes, principally in their dis
likes. Tho oxporiencos of other nations in
sottling labor disputes is bing studio!
by tho Industrial Relations Commis