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No Seats Reserved. First Come,
Id 8 not and 8 parts, as presented at Astor Theater,
Now York, and MoVickor's Theater, Chicago, The
groa'eor piftur ver shon id Maysvillp.
.IUST AnitlVKO, KKADY KOK SALE
Performances at , 3:30, 6:30
and 8:30 P M
Triumph, i,uh cobblet., M. C. RUSSCll CO.
Kiirnln, I'nrly Kosc
CONFEDERATES TO Ox. .4E.
I Others parts of tho stato havo camps,
but since tho death of the Into 15. D.
i Hiiyless tho camp has lost all interest.
. Tho mooting is to bo hold nt tho homo
of Colonel James Arnold within tho
WORK ON TBAOTION LINE TO
BEGIN AT EARLY DATE.
Portsmouth. Ohio. "Tho nlnns. for
nnd as soon as wo hear from tho public
utilities of Columbus about the propos
MILLIONS FOR AIRSHIPS
London. Tho army estimates adopted
includo $5,000,000 for tho aviation
branch- of the service. This amount Is
nlmpst double that of last year's estl
Former Todcral Marshal Stove Shan
is going to call a mooting of tho Confou
crato Veterans of Covington, Clnoln
not! nnd Newport to reorganize them
ed lssuanco of $50,0t)0 worth of bonds
tho proposed extension of tho street to finance tho extension, wo will begin
railway company's lino to Hanging nctlvo work on It," said Raymond
Rock nnd Ironton havo boon complotod York.
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Opon Prom 2 to 5 P. M. '
M 7 to 10 P.M.
With l'hiitnuB VV. R.bs iu Unary M B OBHom, Jr.'s
greatest sucenss. This picture iB presented
in 6 ir'Mit pnrts ami 2.r)0 scenes
Hear Percy Reed
New Song Today
Ono of tho surest things iu this
world is that a lucky guessor is going
to get a reputation for sound judgment.
. SELF-RELIANT HOME DOCTORS .
is what women are cnllcd who all ovor
this broad land mako their annual col
lections of roots nud herbs, and roly
upon recipes which our pioneer mothors
found dependable for dlfforont family
ailmowtft. In ono of theso roclpcs,
Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vcgetnblo Com
pound hnd its origin and so successful
has it proved that thoro is hardly a city,
town or hamlet jn Amorica whoro somo
woman who has been restored to hoalth
by its use does not rosido.
17 YEAR LOCUST;
Tho last brood of locusts that'- in
vaded this part of tho globo was in tho
summer of 189", and if thoy keep their
engagements true to- their coming onco
in seventeen years, thoy may bo expect
ed in Southern Ohio from tho latter part
of May to the mlddlo of Juno.
Mr. H. Safranck, Representing
the Isaac Hamburger & Sons
MorchitD' tnilors of Biltimoro, Md., will havo his full
lino of Spring Hani files on display at Ga'anty &
Amor's, 128 Marknt. Srroi-t, MONDAY and TUESDAY.
Niw is y our fhanco to got, )our cprmg suit ma do
r in In up-to-date an l at tbo right price. Call and
look thi'ui over.
GALANTY & ALPER,
128 MARKET STREET.
I Some men are nlHietcd In ono way,
nnd others havo a household of child
Saturday, as Davo Cobb was taking Cincinnati. Judgo Frank M. Obrman
a wagon load of homp to Nicholasville, ' predicted n victory for woman suffrage
a passerby accidently threw a lighted i,u "'" Bt """''"" ut tuu ""
match on tho hemp, and-set it on fire.
Mr. Cobb burned his hands trying to
extinguish tho flames, but the homp
burned and tho wagon bed was ruined.
The homp weighed 2,500 pounds and
belonged to Otis Boggs, of Jessamine
A lino jennot, tho property of Mrs.
Lula Roberts, of Harrison County, was
drowned in a pond near Lecsburg last
week. Tho animal broko through the
ico on tbo pond whilo seeking water.
County. It hnd been sold for 7 cents Mrs. Roberts carried $300 insurance on
per pond. tho jennet.
LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS.
"Whon Lincoln camo back from con
" 'They're- too smart for mo up
thoro, I don't feel nt homo.'
"Lincoln and Douglas traveled tho
state in u buggy together. Both spoke
nt Paris,- 111., ono day and I heard
thorn. I rcmobor it well. Douglas had
thou boon talked of as a candidato for
President, Lincoln had not. Douglas
was a small man nnd ho woro ono of
those long liuon dusters, then in fash
Ion; tho dustor touchod his shoo tops.
Whon Lincoln nroso to speak it was
hot and dusty and ovorybody was tlrod.
" 'You havo hoard pooplo talk of
Douglas for President,' ho said. 'He
will novor bo Prcsldont, howovor, and
1 '11 tell you why. Tho peoplo of the
United States will never elect n mnu
Prosidcnt who wears a linen dustor
that trails tho ground. His coat tail Is
"This cuused a great laugh and put
ovcry ono in a good humor."
Mona Dnrkfeather and Kvu Smith in
"The Paleface Brave"
Two-Fart Kulem Drama.
Paul J. Rainoy's African Hunt
Friday and Saturaay.
10c to All.
JJJ. J.J J.2J JJ T J.J JII
GEOGRAPHY OF HARD LUOK
H!-!-!4 W WH JHH
A few months ago, a man in no way connected with the making of Postum or the marketing of
coffee, wrote to quite a number of physicians all over the country asking their unbiased testimony in the
case of POSTUM vs. COFFEE.
The following excerpts from their letters constitute an overwhelming verdict
In Favor of Postum
. "I -have discarded coffee altogether
in my family, and instead nse Postum
which we find makes a rich, delicious
drink, without any of the deleterious
effects attendant on the continuous use
"Our family have been users of Pos-,
turn for a.long time. "We were very lib
eral coffee drinkers, but were conscious
that coffee was harming us our ner
vous system, digestion and heart action
so we quit the coffee and began using
Tostum. Now we relish it far more
than we did coffee, and are all relieved
of the old coffee troubles. As a phy
sician I have induced several families
to quit coffee and use Postum."
"Postum when it is desirable to
leave off coffee on account of over-stimulation
or gastric disturbances."
"Postum has been used in my family
nearly tver since it was placed on the
market, and 1 recommend it to my pa
tients. It is a nourishing drink. A
great many families are giving their
children Postum ill place of coffee witlr
best of results."' ' "
"I have used Postum in my family
for years with the most satisfactory re
sult, so much so that we have practic
ally abolished coffee, and with it the
coffee headaches, nervousness, and ly
ing awake the best part of the night."
"I drink Postum every morning, and'
recommend it to my friends who havo
'nerves' and indigestion."
"No more coffee for me. I am using
Instant Postum and advise my patients
to do likewise. I prefer it to tho best
coffee, and have no more sour stomach
attacks as I used to."
"For years I have been using Postum
in the family and advocating it for
ray patients. I consider it to be exactly
what its manufacturers claim for it.
Postum is excellent in place of coffee
where the latter is contraindicatcd. Tho
food value of Postum plays an impor
tant part when compared with coffee."
"Have had many cases that could not
drink coffee on account of its reflex ac
tion on the heart. Postum always sup
plies the place of coffee without tho bad
"I have used Postum for the past
eight years in place of coffee. Before
that 1 was troubled with frequent bil
ious headaches due to excessive use of
coffee, and was then advised to use
Postum. Since that time I have not had
ji single attack, which effect I attribute
entirely to Postum. I frequently recom
mend it to others who experience equal
ly gratifying results."
Against a post thoro leaned his bead
A callow youth, who sighed and saiu:
"Osago d'you know of any trick
To end a fellow's Suffcrns quick?"
You nsk mo Wye, and don't sco tbrou','''
My cnuso for Macon this adol
A Tis this: "I loved n maiden Nice, sir,
As ever charmed a young man's Iser;
I pressed my suit with Zealand found
My hopes not wholly without ground.
Obo nssured life soomed to Brighton,
And Dover -mo skies seemed to lighten.
"I Ava Bangor count, you seo,
And scatter money rathor freo;
I thought that wealth and generous
Unto a maids affections Leeds.
And it cost mo many u golden Guinea
When Marietta Phillpino a
With me, and mado mo pay tho dues
How littlo for her smilo Toulousol
"Yos, I was Avon a nice time,
Thinking it nothing of n crime
To drivo upon tho summer Rhodes,
Or tako a llackonsack tho woods
Por springtimo Po-sies. llnppy Tours I
But yot I want no moro Amours.
"Ono night I thought I'd Colonsny
That she should n'nmo tho wedding day;
Then did sbo Bristol up and said:
"Tho Dayton which I am to wed
With Mr. Squiggs 13 Sunda night;
I'm Malta blame- for your sad plight."
"I strovo my souses to impanol,
My words could find no English Chan-
So I was forced to Bolton run,
I couldn't ovon mako a pun.
"I felt like those whoso luck declines
Liko Captain of somo Appeniucs
Who drops bis smile, is sour and sassio
When not a singlo Tnllehassoo.
"My toars, I don't expect to dry om
I'm Tyre-d of living, now, Y'es, Siam."
J. S. MAVITY.
Just Received, a Big Shipment of
VERY FANCY NEW CROP SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.
The Last Hhipmrnt of
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM
Now here. Can get no more this scasLti.
TWO CARS VERY FANCY WHITE TBLE POTATOES
From the beat potato growing district in Michigan. Have contracted or
severHl cars ot extra selected Northern Seed Early Hobo, 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 baud I have direct from Hoatou n big supply of Fancy
Mackerel in barrels and burketi-; n'so Codfish, Whito Fish, &c.' Perfection
Flour, which has no euptilfir n.wlni, alwHje in stock. Coffpes, both
green nnd roactcd, of the hightst rultb My stock is the best, prices low
est. Finest Teas that enn be bought. Both Coffees and Teas are bought
directly from the importers for spot cash. CANNED GOOU8 My stock iu
unusually large.and being bought directly from the csnnerB at as low prices
hs any jobber can buy such goods I am in position to meet the prices of any
me and at same time give customers the very best that can be packed.
Fluest and freshest Beal chipped Baltimore Oysters a specialty. Fruits and
Vegetables always in etoek, My aim shall continuo to be to give my cus
tomers the very best at most reasonable prices. Country Produce, such as
Butter, Egus, Poultry, Ac, such as my city trade requires, bought at caBb.
prices, aim uon'i lorgec mat i wnoiesaie as well as retail.
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
R. B. LOVEL,
We Again Call Attention to Our Line of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
"Push the button and
rest." The kind that
the whole family will
appreciate and enjoy.
Xext to finding money in tho road, hi
ing a rich woman's favorito nephew is
ouo 0 tho easiest ways to get it.
Oeorgo Washington's pistols havo
jusUboon sold for $1,000, whereas his
medicine chest brought only $375. Why
this marked discrimination iu favor of
tho mildor weapons?
UP TO LAWYERS
Htuator Lewib, of Illinois, Doclaios I.uw
Must Oct Noaror Citizen.
"Hardly a week goes by that I do not
advise some patient with an irritable,
acid stomach and nervous heart to stop
at once tho use of all coffee and take up
the use of Postum, and always with
"I am satisfied that coffee is respon
sible in a great degree for the prema
ture breakdown of our active men and
women. They suffer from caffeine pois
oning. Of tho truth of this there is not
the shadow of a doubt. Our common
sense tells us that the daily swallowing
of caffeine over-stimulating tho heart
and brain will be followed by nervous
depression, and finally by more or less
disastrous results. I believe if people
in general would use Postum as a bev
erage in place of coffee and tea their
mental and physical condition would be
In the Tight of such testimony it would seem the part of wisdom to stop coffee and use Postum.
Postum is a genuine food-drink, made of whole wheat and a small percent of molasses. 'Contains the nutritious values
of the grain, but is pure"- and absolutely free from the coffee drug, caffeine, or any other harmful substance.
Postum comes in two forms:
Regular Postum must bo well boiled to bring out its fine flavor. 15c and 25c packages.
'." Instant Postum a soluble form. A teaspoonful stirred in a cup of hot water with sugar and cream ad'ded malces
a delightful beverage instantly. 30c and 50c tins. The cost per cup of both kinds is about tho same.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
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Kansas City, Mo. Tho siinpMi'ntion
of court procoduro and tho rnmtion of
a general popular confidence in tho ju
diciary must como largely through tho
American lawyer, was tho opinion of
Seuator James Hamilton Lewis, of Illi
i.olh ,aere at tho annual banquet of tho
K.usnf City Bar Association.
"Tho Government," Senator Lowis
said, "was noarer to civil revolution a
year ago than it over was slnco tho
Civil War. Tho bcliof prevailod thnt
the Government through, tho thiug call
ed law, had licenced tho commercial ma
rauder and legalized tho porsonal op
prtscor. "Tlrcc Presidents of tho United
States, Taft, Roosovolt and Wilson, each
the representative of his party, havo de
clared Unit the great wrongs dono the
country woro through tho law.
"Our duty is to awakon to modem
things; to move nenrcr tho citizen for
whom tho law is created and who
throagh tho author of the lnw in theory,
is the victim of its oxoeutloli; to aban
don nncic-nt form that wars ngaiust
common senso and decline to carry
along hoary precedent. Let tho l.tw bo
adjusted to tho now tempcramont of n
new civil. zation."
McILVAlN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, Ky.
Bill "Ain't you afraid to take your tobacker down
when 'he market's off?"
Mie "No, I'm goin' io ihe AMAZON."
SPRINGTIME SCENE IN THE
Spqcial Attention Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
first NititMl MRk MWiH
Frankfort. A beautiful painting of a
typical wood scene in "tho Pennyrilo"
in tho early spring has been placed in
tho rooms of the Stato Historical So
ciety by Mrs. J. Rogers Bcaucbamp, of
Edmonton. Mrs. Ueauchamp painted
tho sceno from nnturo iu tho vicinity of
Kdmouton, showing tho trees just bud!
ding into leaf and disclosing a vista
through tho wood along a silvery water
course, with tho Mctcalfo County hills
iu tho distance
A woman will kick on a counterfeit
nicklc, and grab a counterfeit man.
We Are Offering WMfafafagMC
a Linn nf flfrflcflCFW
For both ladies and gentlemen (bat has do equal. Our price
will interest you, because the price is luw and the quality high.
(Jail and Itt me ptice tbem to you, You will buy at our price,
because our price is right in 14k gold and gold filled; niove
mout o! btBi quality. Call ttud let me fit Glume lo your ryee.
We will cheerfully change any Glasses we lit without charge in
reasonable time, Our Glanets ate guarantied to lit,
P. J. MURPHY,
"Of courso thoy do." The Oontral Warohuuso
has Sales Mnuagers and Auctiouoor who by roasou of
long years of exporienco know how to got Good Prices.
Satisfaction necoysarily follows. To all those who
havo sold tobacco with us wo will say wo hopo to sell
again, and we ask those who have uuver sold with us
to givo us a trial. Wo boliove wo can satisfy YOU.
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