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"Broken frionilship,' saj t a writer In
n 'exchange, "like china, may bo ro
paired, but will always show." And it
h a bit of ronl truth aud wisdom.
friendship is ft .precious thing too
reclous n trensuro to bo carelessly
Token or thrown away.
' It is only nftor a mnnlias luarned a
rreat deal that ho begins to bo humll
kited by his ignorance.
-J Buck Kllby nays that, as between tho
two, his admirntit'a for a tyrant is
creator thnn his admiration for n
$15 FOR THIS
MURPHY'S Jewelry Store.
W TO SUNDAY
ONE MILLION PEOPLE WANTED
IN SUNDAY-SCHOOLS SUN
DAY, MAY 3.
WILL YOU BE PRESENT?
Kentucky Sunday-School Association
Co-Operating With Every Sunday
School In State To Make "Go To
Sunday-School Sunday" a Big Suc
cessWill You Be There?
Louisville. Kv. f Sneclal.) The
Kentucky Sunday-school association Is
co-operating with every Sunday-school
in the state to make Sunday, May 3,
a "Go-To-Sunday-school Sunday," with
the aim, of having ONE MILLION
PEOPLE in the Sunday-schools of the
state on that day. There are about
five .thousand Sunday-schools in Ken
I tucky, with an enrollment of half a
million. To attain the desired aim
every Sunday-school will have to dou
Ible its usual attendance. I
There are somo of tho country
1.1 1 4Un. nl.n Ia. fJ.n ii'ttitar o rwl
nave not started for this year, there-,
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OHAMI'fpN CORN aitOWER' OP
Frankfort. Commisicjer of Agri
culture .1. W. Newman announced the
following boys who won prizes by rais
ing moro than soventy Ave bushels of
corn on im aero last year: Will II.
Bryant, Rockfleld, 78 bushels; Sink
HobortB, Cadmus, 75; Jlomor Nether
hotd.Owonsboro, 120; Hoy Mnys,Kidd's
Store, 92; Zibblo Vanco, Hnrdittsburtf,
70; Robert Mason, South Park, 70;
Elmer Howell, Anna, 80; Ous Woolfolk,
Uanlwell, 101; Earl Vaughn, Bardwoll,
00Vi; W. Arthur Cooke, Owensboro,
Carl llartwoll, .of Beuchcl, was tho
champion potnto growor, raising 27
bushels Co. 110 aero.
PAY CASH FOR YOUR RECORDS
and $i per week on the Victrola and
we will place this machine in your
home. It has concealed sounding board,
modifying doors, tapering tune arm and
exhibition sound box.
NEW LINE OF VICTROLAS
$15, $25. 40, $50, $75, $100, $200
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
fore it will bo necessary for some of
our schools to aim at largo things, not
satisfied with having just twice as
many, but having on that day an in
crease of two or three hundred per
cent. This can be done. It will take
a little effort, some wise planning, the
working together of a large number of
people, the use of the papers and all
means of giving publicity to the
movement. It will bo necessary to get
the parents to bring all tho babies
whose names are on the Cradle Rolls
to tho Sunday-school on that day. Then
all the Home Department members
will have to attend the school serv
ices. The people who used to go to Sunday-school
a long time ago, but who
have not been there for weeks, months
or perhaps years, will have to coma
back that day. The Adult Bible
Classes will have to find all tho grown
people of the towns nnd country and
bring them out on this occasion. The
boys and girls will need to gather In
all of their companions.
"GO-TO-SUNDAY-SCHOOL DAY" HAY 3
ORDER OF SERVICE.
School How many Sunday Schools
are there in the world?
Leader There are about 300,000
Sunday Schools, with an enrollment
of 30,000,000 in soventy nations of tho
world. And the Sunday school army
Is now growing at the rate of 1,000,
000 per year.
School What is tho World's Sun
day School Association?
Leader Tho World's Sunday School
Association Is an organization of
I heres a neason
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;By ,p1is(ngA',EoJf$4J000l0(0 stock sub
icrlptlon mark tho St. Louis reserve
district, of which, Louisvlllo and Wcj
torn Kentucky re members, qunllflcl
MRS. C. R. APPLEGATE
Tells Mothors What To Do For Deli
"My llttlo boy has been rather deli
cate for a long time. Ho was always
very pale and his appetite was poor.
Several people recommended 'Vlnol.'
I gave It to him and ho took it will
ingly, ns tho taste is dolicious. In n
short tinio I noticed a groat improve
ment in his appetlto. Ho soon hnd moro
color in his cheeks. Ho is now well
like other children Mid romps nbout
ovcry afternoon nftcr school. 1 am
so happy with what Vlnol did for my
littlo boy, that I want ovcry mother to
know nbout it." Mrs. C. It. Applo
gato, Dayton, Ohio.
This delicious cod liver and iron
preparation without oil is n wonderful
body builder nnd strongth creator for
both young and old. Wo promlso to
glvo back your money in ovcry such
enso whero Vhiol does not benefit. This
shows our faith in Vinol. J. C. Pccor,
Druggist, Maysvlllo, Ky.
P. S. For children's Eczema, Saxo
Salvo is guaranteed truly wonderful.
SrX REEL FEATURE SHOW AT
BARGAIN PRICES 5 AND 10c
Wnrnor's Feature, Inc., presents
"FOR THE HEART OF A PRINCES"
3 REELS 3
A Gorgeous Production of an Arablatf
Christian men and women, represent
ing all tho Sunday Schools in the
world, having for Its aim the promo
tion of a missionary spirit in the, Sun
day Schools on the homo field and a
Sunday School- spirit on the mission
School What is tho field of tho In
ternational Sunday School Associa
tion? Leader The International Sunday
School Association operates through
out North America, with its 122,575,180
inhabitants, nnd where there are 171,
144 Sunday Schools with an enroll
ment of 16,431,010, or more than one
half the Sunday School enrollment of
School What are some signs of
progress of Sunday School work in
Leader In this field there are be
ing added to tho membership of the
churches Sunday School members at
the rate of 1,074 each day.
Men Every Sunday School that Is
keeping in step has its organized class
of men studying God's Word on Sun
day, enjoying Christian fellowship
continually, and together ser.vlng the
community where they live.
Women Everywhere churches are
providing for thoso who teach and
those who aro to be the teachers of
I religion in the days to come.
Boys Temperance teaching is be
ing thoroughly nnd effectively done;
and it Is interesting and down to the
Girls Through the whole curricu
lum is definite, positive missionary in
structlon. Tho missionary spirit, the
Christ spirit, is the spirit of tho mod
ern Sunday School.
I Men All over tho country there Is
an awakening among men and women
to the needs of boys and girls in their
1 Wilf Boftt Homo
First National Bank Building.
a. M. WILLIAMS,
West End Property for Sale
Wo liavo for solo somo very doslrablo
homes on West Socond St., also somo
Frame liouso of olght rooms at No.
178 West Second St. This houso is
modorn throughout. Wo think tho bost
houso in Maysvlllo at tho prico wo aro
offering it for.
Brick houso of sovon rooms No. 610
West Socond St. Wo can't soo why ono
would fiRuro on building, when you can
buy a homo as comploto as this ono for
tho prico wo havo on this placo.
Framo houso of six rooms, No. 460
W. Socond St, This house has gas, and
la not a high prico homo. If you want
a medium orlced placo let us toll you
of this home.
Tho homo of Mr. D. A. Emmitt on
West Second St., with about ono and
ono half to two acres of ground. Mr.
Emmitt has bought a farm and wants
to soil this homo, thoroforo wo havo tho
prico absolutely right on this proporty.
Ono has only to look about to soo tho
groat improvements that aro going on
In tho West End, so why not tako ad
vantage of tho situation, and buy a
homo in tho section of tho city whero
pioperty is advancing?
Thos. L. Ewan & Co.,
EEAI- V.STATE AND LOAN AGENTS,
CHAS. BENNETT IN
"THE LITTLE BUQLAR'
Pa tho Comcdv.
teens and theso "men "and women feel
a senso of responsibility for the mln
lstry of the Sunday School unto the
all-round development of the boy and
Women Tho little children have
lessons, teachers and equipment suit
ed to their needs.
School How many people aro ex
pected in the Sunday Schools of Ken
Leader Ono million, moro than
twice the presont enrollment.
School Who appointed this day aa
Leader Tho Kentucky Sunday
School What is tho Kentucky Sun
day School Association?
Leader Tho Kontucky Sundaj
School Association is nn orgnuizntlor
representing all the Sunday Schools
of Kentucky. It stands for co-opera
tion. It encourages nnd stimulates
work among the schools throughoul
the state, by bringing the strong Intc
helpful contact with the weak. II
stands for the best in equipment,
teaching and management.
School What has tho Kentuck
Sunday School Association accom
Leader Jt has made the Chrlstiat
peoyle of Kentucky dissatisfied wltl
tho inadequate religious Instruction ot
the days of old aud inspired them to
seek improvement in every direction.
It has faithfully presented to all,
the best In every department of Sun
day School work, making tho common
hevltage whatever of good any worker
anywhere hns discovered.
It has Induced hundreds of schools
to extend their sessions from three or
four months in tho year to ten or
twelve months, it hns Intensified de
nominational loyalty nnd at tho same
time driven sectarianism to cover by
giving to tho world a demonstration
of the beauty and the power of co
operation. It has brought within the reach of
every offlcer and every teacher of ev
ery Sunday School In Kontucky con
ventions nnd Institutions.
In short, If tho Sunday Schools of
Kentucky are any better, or any more
popular to-day than they were fifty
years ago, It Is In part, at least, be
causo of the work of tho Kentucky
Sunday School Association.
School Is our school a part of this
Leader Every Sunday School In
Kentucky has benefited by this, organ
ization and Is a part of It. There Is
no joining It, nor any withdrawing
from it. Thero is just tho question
of how far we shall co-operate with
It, how much of the good It has for us
we will receive. Its meetings are open
to us, Its workers are willing to holp
us, we can write to its officers, call on
Its superintendents, get Its literature
and through it keep In touch with tho
whole Sunday School world.
School What shall we do to havo a
part In this work?
Leader To-day each of us Is asked
to ninko nn offering in this work, all
of which will bo used to make more
and hotter Sunday Schools In Ken
tucky, so that tho Word of God shall
bo carried by the hand of a competent,
consecrated teacher to every man,
woman, boy and glvl In our Btate.
Over $7,000,000 has betfa spent by the
Government in building tho locks and
dams in tho rivors of Kentucky.
Says Insult To Stars and Stripes is Not
r. Modiatory Offense.
Washington. "I am very much
afraid othor nations will think thoro is
a yellow streak rianlng down our back
if wo don't br'aco up," said Rcprcsonta.
tlvo John W. Langley, of Kontucky, in
a statement which ho issued in regard
to tho Mexican mediation problem.
Langloy is ono of tho Republicans
who has boon loyally supporting tho
Prosidont in his war policy. Ho voted
for tho Administration's resolution de
claring tho President's course justified
aud he has been doing all ho could to
hold up the hands of tho President.
But this latost new-fangled mediation
proposal, figuratively speaking, has got
the Congressman from tho Tenth lion'
tucky District "going." , ''
"It seems to bo inconceivable
ho, "that tho President of ' "
Stntcs or any Cablne'
Ono elso for that
sidor nn insult to
rightful uubjoct ol
tion or coffiProml.it
Ono Bool of CINCINNATI Flcturos.
MONA DAKKPEATHEU AND BEX
"BED HAWK'S SACRIFICE"
"THE GREATEST OUT."
Two Part Oines.
Special Attention Eye, Ear,'
Nose and Throat.
First National Bank Building.
Live Here and Work Here.
Buy Here and Sell Here, That's
the Way to Make the Town
Bigger, Better and
THE CIRCLE'S END"
MUSICAL FEATURE TODAY
There aro somo men who havo no
enomies. But they are all planted hi
Eighteen passengers wero injured
when an Atlantic Coast Line train was
wrecked in North Carolina.
ITEMS FROM THE DOVER NEWS.
Mrs. Larew Osborne has been since
Friday the guest of her brothor, Mr.
W. A. Munzing, of Maysville, and lias
been assisting in tho music at the re
vival at the First Baptist Church of
Mr. Al Bauor, of Leva'ana, came ovor
to seo the show Monday night. Mr.
Bauor is watchman at tho Barrett Mill
and Lumber Company's mill, in which
capacity ho ling served 12 years without
missing a single night. Ho began his
duties thero under tho original owners
of tho mill, C. W.'and S. O. Boyd.
Funeral services ovor tho remains
of A. J. Truo will bo held this (Thurs
day) aftcrnocM at 2 o'clock at the
Christian Church in Dover, conducted
by Bev. C. S. Brooks, pastor of the
First Christian Church of Portsmouth,
said to bo ono of tho most prominent
miuisters of that denomination. Burial
in Bosomont Cemetery.
Uciwnre of Ointments for Catarrh Turn
Co n tit I n Mercury,
mercury wllUurelydeitroy tho leme of iraell
md completely derange the whole tyitem when
entering It through the mucoui surfaces. Suob
articles should never be uied except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the dunnage
they wllldoli tenfold to tho good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by P. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0.,oon
tains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
ilreotly upon the blood and mucous sut'aces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Ours be
sureyou get the genuine. It Is taVen Internally
and made In Toledo, O., by F.J. Cheney A Co
Sold by Druggists. Prlce75t per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Plllsf or constipation.
Wo will sell at public auction on
tho premises, 503 East Second street,
Fifth Ward, at 2 o'clock p. m., on
tho handsome two-story framo residence
of oight rooms, two halls, four good
closots and two pantries, gas in tho
houso and tho placo is in first-class con
dition. Three stall stablo and other out-buildings.
Fruit on tho place.
Prospective purchasers invited to call
and inspect tho property.
MRS. LIZZIE MASON",
MRS. MATTIE BOOTON,
MRS NANOY SHIPLEY.
Goorgo Wood, Auctioneer.. (
RALPH A. TOLLE
Job work of all kinds.
Boiler and Furnace work a specialty.
Loavo orders at 123 East Third St
Phono 8. Maysvlllo, 'Ky. a20-tf
H. 8. StiLIB, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sonedule effective Nov.
30.1813. Subkot to onang
TRAINS LBAVB MAYSVILLE, K
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M. C. RUSSELL CO.
Did it ever occur to you that one-half bushel extra grown to the acre will
more than pay for the cost of something you know will germinate and give good
results. KLINGKNSMITH'S Yellow Dent RAISED PURPOSELY FORS EED.
Better give us your order.now ns they write us their supply is getting low.
Planting time is now at hand and I am prepared with
White Star Potatoes.
New York Rurals Potatoes.
White Elephant Potatoes. '.';
Early Rose Potatoes. v
Early Ohio Potatoes. . ';
Red Triumph Potatoes. " ?;
All of tho very best.
White, yellow and rod in large quantities!
D. M. Ferry's Garden and Melon Seeds-
Fancy Now Crop Molasses and Greenup County Sorghu
The best and laigest stock of Canned Goods in our city. Fi
uest Teas and Coffees. I want to buy all the couDtrycund
Hams, Bacon and Sides I can get: also Eggs and Poultry, for
which 1 pay cash or trado at cash prices. Come and bte me
oveiybody. Everything wholesale and istail.
R. B. 10VEL,
J. C. EVERETT CO
COPVttlGHT A PL O
A $00,000,000 bond issuo ot tho Now
Haven road has been bought by a
syndicato of Now York a'ad Boston
bankors headed by tho Morgan house.
NOTES FROM THE RIPLEY BEE.
Tho Ripley Band is being reorganized.
Wo aro glad to know this, as a good
btfid i" quito an addition to any com
munity. Manager D. M Lemon is
An A. D. 8. Preparati
"or every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try J
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
IOHN C. PECOR. Druggist,
RnffAPlnpr with Rheumatism? If so let R. TJ. &
you what it has done
Carlsbad remedy. 50c
432 North Franklin St., Sv
means we have found
stove line. See c "
GAS RANG '
Made o,( n
Wholesale and Retail
THE BUSINESS MEJ
OF TODAY i
are fully aware of the value of good dressing as I
business asset. They regard well made, perfeotl
uiuoi iib mucn oi an eiseuiiaias ice ai-
traottve Qualities of & weil keDt store or offlea.
The only question Is who is the tailor who can i
make them the most satisfactory garments? I
lucre cau ue noquesiion oi qoudi u youiacttj
vour order with us. Remember this Is the enlvl
store In this section where 7011 can buy Ed V.J
rreuiuiniB 10 meaiuee oioinei. era me news
browns we are showing for 118 to 122, they art!
repeaiera. iiemcmoer we re vair an our ury oieac
"Wift uw vi uunigo iu a nui&uiKUUftn lUBUlUf
C. F. McNAMARA, ;
OH West Front Street. MnynTlll
booking ongagoments, and tho pros.
aro bright for a busy summer, r
Goorgo W. Shaw died at his ha
Third street at 2 o'clock Tuesday
noon, April 28, 1914, of ureamicJ
Deceased was born in Ripley I
1839, and would havo been 75 yl
noxt month. Ho was a sea of A
Ira Shaw and is tho last one I.
large family in this city. His bj
Mr. John B. Shaw, resides in Ma'
for others. Marvel
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celvo that the wantt
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