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Senator Ollie James of Kentucky tnkes tho palm
as the boss Democratic spoilsman of the age.
The proof reader didn't give us a square deal
yesterday. It should have read :
"Tho men still lot tho women suffer
but-thoy won't let them have suffrage."
THE CHEMIST'S COCKTAIL.
Modern organic chemistry has a language of its
own. Tho following is an example from a recent
'article: "The dianhydride of 188.8.131.52-napthalen-etetracarboxylic
acid was heated for three hours at
170 degrees C. with four times its weight of the
diethyl-ester of malonic acid, together with twice
its weight of zinc chloride, whereby 5.10-diketo-3.8-dihydroxyprene
was formed, which on distilla
tion with zinc dust gave pyrene, recognized by its
characteristic picrate, m. pt. 223 degrees 0."'
THE BUCKEYE'S GETTING TOGETHER.
Tho Receptiou committee for the Republican
"get-together" banquet in Columbus today', Thurs
day includes the names of such prominent Ohio Bull
Moosers as Dan R. Hanna of Cleveland, former
Prosecuting Attorney II. C. Webster of Toledo, who
was the Progressive candidate for Congress in tho
Ninth district in 1912; Frank G. Bartholomew of
Springfield, who was chairman of the Clark County
Progressive committee two years ago, and C. L.
Knight of Akron, former State central committee
man from the Nineteenth district:.
The 'limit has been reached. They dedicated a
now piano in a Newport, Ky., school.
JUNK d& (COSTLY STOCK.
The French have a saying that "It is only the
first step which is difficult. " He is u bold manager
who fuees his directors with an apparent reduction
of two or three" hundred dollars worth of merchan
dise and gives them an actual five-dollar bill iiij
stead, but all this odd stuff clutters up storerooms
and costs a pretty penny trying to work in some
where, saj'H a writer in the American Machinist.
1 Know one concern which had a large contract
for some agricultural work that needed about a
ton of malleable-iron thumb-nuts which through
some mistake, were not tapped the right size. They
were carried on the books for several years at their
original cost and then the superintendent of the
shop wanted to scrap them, but tho manager said
no. Months later he was much pleased to tell the
superintendent that he could use some of these
thumb-nuts. He felt proud that he had not allowed
them to be scrapped, but was a little chagrinod to
find that in order to use them a special die had to
be made, which cost about as much as uew thum
nuts and that, after all, less than 100 were re
quired. Then he suddenly remembered that as the
mistake was made by the manufacturers of the
thumb-nuts, they really did not belong to the com
pany at all, yet they had stood on the inventory as.
THE DAILY NOVELETTE
CAUSES FOR DIVORCE.
According to Judge Roekford of the Superior
Court of Indianapolis, if the divorce evil is to be
corrected this country must have fewer automo
bile rides by husbands and wives with the hus
bands and wives of others, fewer x-ray gowns and
split skirts; frivolous telephone conversation should
be reduced to the minimum and young husbands
should boast less frequently of their conquests
among women. If these rules are followed, Judge
Roekford declares, the divorce courts will not have
much to do.
Judge Littlepage, in the Kanawha Circuit Court
the other day, complained of the ast number of
divorce cases that continually demand his attention,
saying that some days he had as many as eight
cases up before him, and he solicited a committee
of the local bar to ascertain if he is empowered with
authority to refer divorce proceedings to a Com
mission. He was advised that he was so empow
ered. And now, we wonder how many of the eight-per-day
in Judge Littlepage 's court grew out of auto
mobile rides, x-ray gowns and slit skirts, conversa
tions over the telephones and boasting by yoilng
husbands of conquests among woman other than
the one woman?" Here's a chance for the expert ftd oat1'8 "'"K k-ick niltl fortn aU(1 around, camo the sound
statistician to get in his work. Charleston Mail. ' of th cnef bcinfe' beheaded. Louisville Times
The Headless Ohef.
(Trans) tcd from tho Itussian.)
Terror reigned In tho castle,
The Czar gavo harsh commands;
This way and that scurried a3snli,
To fill his freat demands.
The jialaee n.h in a state of bustle, turmoil and con
fusion. "Double-lock nil casements," roader Car N'icholas
Brummskyo it?, in jmlo terror.
He rulTp'd1iitherand yon, to nnd fro, ever and anon,
aye and no, from basement to the pinnacle of the highest
turrot, giving frantic orders.
" Raise the drawbridge and turn on all the fire extin
guishers! " he shrieked (in Rissian.) "Let every Vodka
remember the future of his country is at stake!"
1'or 11 it con minutes tlie air was lull of tho sound of bolts
sliding, windows rattling down, shutters slamming nnd
Finally- all was airtight.
"Now bring Adrev OffoviU, the chef, before raol "
commanded tho Cznr
It was done.
"Did I hoar ou say that there was a bomb outside the
kitchen doorT" quavered Nick.
"No, Your Highness,'' trembled tho chef, "I said n
bum. He wanted a slice of coffee nd a cup of bread 1
mean ' '
Mingled with tho noise ,of windows rattling up again
THIS IS CERTAIN
The Proof That Mayavllle IUadari
What nouU furnish stronger evldenoe
of the efficiency of any remedy than the
test of timet Thousands of people
testify thnt Doan's Kidney Pills have
brougkt lasting results.
Homo endorsement should prove uii'
doubtodly the merit of this remedy,
Years ago your friends nnd neighbors
testified to tho relief they had derived
ftom tho uso of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Thoy now confirm their ostimonials.
Tboy say tltno has completed tho tost.
Mr. O. Ohisholm, 317 Hast Socond
street, Maysville, Ky., snys: "Thoro
was n time when my kidnoys wore badly
disordered uud I wns annoyod by many
symptoms of kidney complaint. Dean's
Kidney Pills, procured at Wood &
Son's Drug Store, removed the trouble
and my good health since then is evi
dence of their merit. I havo seen
mauy other cases whero Doan's Kidney
Pills have proven their worth. My
form or endorsement of this remedy still
For salo by all dealers. Prico CO
coots. Fostor-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agonts for the United
Reinombor the name Donn 'a nnd
tako no otbor.
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TulBphnnn 592-L fl
Inquiry is boing mado in New York
into tho enso of fifty children who en
tered a hospital with mild nilmcuts
and left with n serious disease.
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J. LUKE M'LUKE'S BITS OF ..
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Paw Knows Everything.
Wlllio Paw. what is a. lame duck?
Paw A hino duck is n man who has
just discovered that republics are un
grateful, my son.
Tho man of Jotters won't abuse
'His I's nor yot his P's and Q's,
And that Is why ho gets to bp
A. H. A., or nu L L. D.
Tho Loud Talker.
He always butts in on ur joys,
This Big Goat of tho herd;
He's always mnking lots of uoisa
Yet never s'us a word.
W. I. Wood A Bro.
Market Street, IHAYSVILlE, HV.
: Alt kluilt of Fresh Meats. 0ili nlil (or
Imtoher' stock, lildon and tnllow.
Dr. P. C. SMOOT
Seonnil Floor Mnnonlo Temple,
Third nnd Mnrketatl eeta,
Mprclnl Attetilton lo UImbm or (lie
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
Ht$Mnct, 114 E TMrUSt Ttlephnnt
offtctst, rtMencil Offlct houri, 10 o 13
a m,i 10 f p. ".t 7 to 9 p, in, avnuuyi
oy oppoini"i'iion y
Electric nnd Alcohol
Trays, Gillett Shnv
itig Seta, Canea, et
Fine linoof Diamond
Rings from $10 up.
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
Xalnrdov'sSale Day at
New York Store
Bigger and Better Bargains
i J. IIIIU UlUli
Winter Goods must go, no nmrtor
prire. JNir grimiM in tlitR Wfpk.
tadlies' $3 Raincoats $1.98 !
CLitdren'a $-2 m Raincoats SI .50.
Lidies' VVHtstr Bunutiful Ciepo Waists in
white and colors 98e.
New Gamuts and Mutt intra A rifninn n..Qf
.- - - .,. VJ '- IIIVU VUI tuu
i yarat ouy now, oijautttut patterns.
Heavy Ingrain Carpets, for Suture
Nelw Crepes for dresse?, the latest shades, 25e
SPECIAL Ladies' $10 Coats 98. Not
many lofuV 1 hn h y-mr last, chance.
rd ay only 29c
NEW STORK STQRE
S. ST RHUS,
iUUITC Ul4Te CA Dviokl
ITUHL uio out OUIICI
Cottori Seed Meal, Mill
Feed; Corn and Hay.
I. C. EVIERETT & CO.
Is it possible there is a woman in this country who con
tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. PinkhanVs Vege
table Compound a trial after all the evidence that is con
tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic
tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer
ing among women than any otherone medicine in the world?
We have published in the newspapers of the United States
more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub
lished in the interest of any other medicine for women
and every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen
uine and true. Here are three never before published;
From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I.
Providence, R. l.H For tho benefit of women who suffer as I have
done I wish to state what Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound
has done focme. I did eomo heavy lifting and the doctor said it
caused a displacement. I havo always been weak and I overworked
afiF mv. babv VftS boni and inflammation set in, then nervous pros
tration from which I did not lecover until I Had taken LydiA, E. Pink
ham s Vegetable Compound. Tho Compound is my best friend and
when I hear of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her
to take your medicine." Mrs. S. T. Richmond, 100 Waldo Street,
Providence, R. I.
A Minister's Wife Writes:
Well, They Oo Together.
Thp fii.it uro of the owning was the
dincc. MNs Seuiplc's grace and e.iso
iu t'frutiiii; the ninny intricate steps
of the Argt.'iitino tango, liOfitution waltz
nnd other modern dances elicited great
applause from tho onloohcri. Miss
SLeppard, of tho District Nurses' As
sociation, gno a lecture on first aid to
Tho Hoii9e Navnl Affairs Coramittc
approved tho Naval Appropriation Dil
tiroiding for two now dreadnoughts.
Republican candidates in Christian
County have practically abandons
heir contest of tho olection of Dom
ITEMS PROM THE BIPLEY BEB.
Dr. J. L. Wylle has been on tho sick
J ist for several days.
Mrs. Ella iTcCaughey loft yesterday
for Louisville, Ky., whero she will isit
her daughtor, Mrs. A. II. Shinklo.
Mr. 1 M. Orcene will colobrato hii
52nd birthday next Sunday. Ho ha
boon a resident of Riploy 01 years.
A qiud of tho Georgetown mill tin
biiipany has bqon organized hero with
Mr Wayno Huckliy in charge with tho
rank of sergeant.
Iniko McLuke Saya.
The most chcorful person in tho world
isn't tho man who has just learned from
his wife that he has a habit of talking
in his sleep.
Tho enraptured society reporters al
nays say that the groom led the bride
to the altar Just as though she re
quired any leading.
Tho reason n woman thinks bhe is
entitled to a 150 tut of furs is because
her husband is saving $15 on tho silk
petticoat she doesn't havo to wear
A wise man always finds out what
brand of ndvice another man wants bo
fore he tries to advise him
When a doctor prescribes whislfy for
a patient tho prescription never has to
The reason whj political parhCb flour
ish is because when a man isn't getting
enough pay and is getting too much
work, ho can always onlist with the
party that promises him relief.
01 vo u womnu n good complexion nnd
naturally curly hair in this woild and
she will take a chance on tho wings nut
tho halo in tho next world.
West End Property.
Wo have for sale THREE beautiful
rcaldoncos lu the West End on Second
stroet. Theso homes aro modern
throughout. Each home is locatod on
Urge lots, running back to Third streot.
Tho oxtension of the street car liuo In
that soctlon, and tho building of an up
to dato apartment house In this end of
town, In our judgment la sure to stim
ulate values of real estate in that part
of our city. These homes will bo openod
i for Inspection, to prospective buyers at
any time. For particulars see us at
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j Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas Work a Bpecialty.
BandleOnly tho Bestol material. Dealer
ib Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas titovo
and Rangoa, All Sizes ot Sower Pipo.
II Knit Heoond St.. MATMVIT.I.X, KY ,
TO THE ltoO POUNDS
Makes it Worth Whiso Whoro Your
TOBACC0 ii Sold.
The Farmers' Planters
Got the extra $ for the Growor. Bring; your Tobacco
whero it brings the Prico. S Crop averages
last woek: V
WaUlngford & Son, Mason Oo JU6d lhs $18.93
T. B. Oopas. Ohio 15801 lbs 17.10
Schlitz & Tobln, Mason Oo 21353 17.12
John B. Wolfe, Mason Oo 375 lbs 16.02
Harry Sraoot, Mason Oo 8870 lbs 15.85
J. W. Downing, Mason Oo 937,0 M 15.08
J. W. Duncan, Mason Oo 800t IBs 15.01
w:lZ:ttt $1.13 Per M 00 Pounds!
"MARCUS F. KEHOE, P. M,
At Maysville, Ky.," h The Way It
May Soon Bead Appointment
Looked Tor at Any
Cloquetv Minn. -hl havo suffered very much with irregularities,
Kin and inflammation, but your wonderful medicine Lydirt'E. Pink
m's Vecetablo Compound, has made nin wnll mUl T nnn-TVonrrimnn(l
the same to all that aro troubled with these complaints." Mrs. Jen
nie Aeerman, co Rev. K. Akeuman, Cloquet, Minnesota.
From Mrs. J. D. Murdoch, Quiiicy, Mass.
(South Quinoy, Mass. ' Tho doctor said that I had organic trouble
uuuiurcu mo mr u joiij iimu aim i am not gee any renei. l
m, ju nnicnam'fl vegeiaDio tompounu ad-
i tried it mm lound relief before I bad
bottle. I continued taking it all
life and am now a strong, healthy
n living." jura, jane l).
South Quinoy, Mitsa.
PIKKIfAM MUUICINK CO.
ead and unswr4
Wasliiiifjton, February 21. Rojiresen
tative W. .). KloldB, of Olive Hill, Ky
sent to Postmaster-General Burleson to
clay tho recommendation that Mark Ke
hoe, brothor of former Representative
J. X. Kehoe, bo appoluted Poitmastor
at Maysville, Ky., an olllee that pajs a
salary of $2,500.
l'ieldt mado tho rocommendation uj.k i
receipt of a letter informing him that
the I'ostma9tcr-Oonoral had upheld his
contention that the terms of I'ostmos
tors who liaorci,oived nt least one re
aiijKiintmoiit should ho reckoned in
stretches of tour years regardless ot
tho dates on which commissions ex'
It is an important ruling on Bur
IcRnn's part, and will have an effect on
poHtofllco i:itrouago throughout tho
I'ostmastor Clarcnco Mathews on Fe?i
ruary 10 bad sorved 1(1 yeara n thn
.Mnysvillo oftico, nnd Hepre9ontativo
Fields contended that this service con
stitutod four full terms. Hut Mathows'
pcommission does not oiplro for two
years yet. , This la due to dolaya" iu
iiMnlnatiom and confirmations between
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The balance of these high-grade Shoes have
5 been cut deep for quick selling. Tomorrouvis
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6 present and future needs. Marked at prides
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