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"Under the decision of the Court o
.Appeals Louisville will not bo governed
by the now text book liw.
in North Michigan with topic breezes, inspir
ing woods and waters. This fampus resortland
is illustrated and described in booklet contain
ing over 200 views and valuable information
for persons planning Summer Vacations,
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CQR. SECOND AND SUTTON
Earth Shocks uhich hue licen dis
turbing Catania, Sicll, sftiee the dis
aster of May 8, hci-amc more accentuat
New names were injected nto the
field of possibilities to succeed Senatoi
AV. O. Bradley when Harry Weissinger
held a long conference uith the Clov
I hi ciplorer
'Tuxedo Is v..d, cool andsooih-
GEO. RAMJDOLPH CHESTER
"Wlui shouldn't a man be uJill
ing tq recommend a tobacco which
give, ai cool, sweeiamhaiisfying
ing tq recommend a tobacco which
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TO D A Y !
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Six months' imprisonment was tho
sontenco pronounced on tho suffragette?
who nttackod tho pictures in tho Na
tional Gallory nnd the Itoyal Academy
MRS. STONEWALIi JACKSON PRE
SENTBD WITH DIPLOMA
Winst'oil-Snlem, N. C Mrs. Stone
wall .Inekson, widow of tho famous Con
federate army leader, was granted w
honorary diploma nt tho commence
ment exercises of the Hnloin Vemnle
College hero. Mrs. Jackson wns u stu
dont hi the. college in 1848 and 1S4!
No diplomas werj granted thorn.
STREETS. MAYSVILLE, KY. j
Vice President Marshall, speaking at
Atlanta, said that federal legislation to
proMilo nation wide prohibition was un
According to the Stato Insurance
Ifatmg Hoaid the fire rates on dwelling
in Louisville ure higher than for a'ay
city of tho Mime class in the Unitei.
There is a Great Difference
Tuxedo is the Mildest, Sweetest, Most
Pleasant Smoke in the World, Because
First No one but the makers of Tuxedo
is willing to spend the money necessary to
buy the mildest, choicest, most thoroughly
aged, selected Burley tobacco.
QsntsI Wr rni Knf tnp molrfrc of TiiY-
edo knows how to treat
so mat every uit ui picabiiiitucss unu uuuu-
ness remains in the tobacco and every hit of
unpleasantness and harshness is taken out.
The Perfect Tobacco
Tuxedo was born in 1904. Its first imi
tator appeared two years later. Since then a
host of imitations have been born, and are
clamoring for your patronage.
No imitation is ever as good as the original.
Nn'nmnnnr of advertising, no amount of
, . j i 1 rf
bluster and bluff, can
UOn tODaCCO as (ZOUU US
If ypu are not a pipe smoker, you are denying
yourself the greatest smpking pleasure known
to man. One week of
Tuxedo will give you
more enjoyment than
you have ever had and
at the end of the week
ypijr nprves will be better ..
and your general health
will have improved. Try
'llixttio tu'f nvetji
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO
Famau gren tin with gold let- f
taring, cuvf49 fit tl)0 pock
Cnnwm'wfnt -pouch, innmr-lintd C
v' mowlure-proof paper . . 3C
f Cim Humtfon SOc end 90c
Crane Wilbur and 0. H. Penn iu Pathe's
Special Three-Keel Pcnture,
A wonderful picture with n
PATHE WEEKLY No. 33
Showing the Men of War nt Vera Crui
"The Homjile Example"
"The Sleeping Sentinel '
"Little Lillian 1 urns the Tnblos"
The dry weather in Kentucky is in
juring tho strawberry crop. '
DO YOU TANQO STEQKE?
Atlantic City. Dip the feet on every
fifth kick, then crawl.
This Is tho tango swimming .stroke,
lathers who ventured put into tio
surf today tried it out nnd found it
to be a niouutaiu of fun. This extra
kick carries the swimmer up over the
breaker, just beforo the vnivo passes
iader him. Amateur instructors were
thick and it took but n short time for
the crowd to catch on.
"Do a ou tango stroke,", is huard
echoing along tho Boardwalk.
WOMAN 1914 MODEL.
Tho 1!14 model woman will surpass
all previous models vet produced. Thl9
is absolutely guaranteed. Men should
place their options at once, for, al
though the supply is not strictly lhn
ited, thiuc who mako a quick choice will
naturally secure tho best-lgoking road
companiLMs. Only one to a customer
although those who make a selection
which proves unsatisfactory, may later
hao a second choice, after lawfully dis
posing of thu first one.
The H'14 model will be very graceful;
with slim body, well curved, so us to nt
tiact immedinte attention. She will be
able to uithstsnud much pressne, have
small waist, Arm clutch, partially visible
mechanism below tho body, as in pre
mods seasons, nnd will be absolutely
tireless. She will be somewhat hard to
control and will require more to run
than ii'ay previous model, but will make
up for this in speed. Owners should put
on the brakes very frequently, however
for if she once exceeds the limit, It will
be ve'ry hard to keep her within the
law till speed thereafter.
There will be several colors to choose
fiiiiu. The very light shado with yel
low top and the dnrk modols with brown
and black tops will prevail. Both should
be handled cnrefully. Owners should
bear iu mind that tho 1!)14 model will
b( very apt to skid if the road isn't
pretty smooth. Now, step up, gentle
men, a'ul select! Judge.
this Burley tobacco
fpr Pipe and Cigarette
ever make an lmita-
And)1' Clarke in
"ANDY PLAYS HERO"
The second of this grcnt serial play.
G. M. Anderson in
"Broncho Billy and the Rattler"
MEXICAN MUDDLE IN A
(The Engineering nud Mining Journal.)
Tho Jnlschlqf-iiiivklng wri'tors of the
press contlnuo to find much opportunity
for tho circulation of rumors, fabrica
tions and plain1 lies nbout Mexico, l'a
fact, nothing decisive has happened
there- during tho last week. The djplo
nints havo boon making ready to meet,
the constitutionalists havo been gaining
more ground by arms, nud Zapata has
bequ more active fti the South. Presi
dent Wilson appears to bu more than
ever determined to nvoin any more ac
tlve intervention. Well informed opin
ion is that ho cantot. Consequently the
army Is anxious to press (a to Mexico
City nnd strlku while thu iron is hot.
In diplomacy lluorta seems to bo more
wily than our foreign pftjec.
llucrta's greutost oilcake was in let
ting Mndero be killed; Wilson's iu fail
ing to know Mexican chnractor. lie has
wanted tho Mexicans to havo a free and
fair olection. That is just what they
havo boi',1 dol iu tho only way they
know how; i. e., with rifled. Wilson
might halt) said 4o tho two parties:
"We'll lot you have all tho nrms and
ammuultiou you can pay for, both of
you, do in and have your election." In
(ho end he would have kuowu whom the
Mexicans want, to have govern them.
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Aftw Four Years of Discouraging
C ditioos, Mrs. Bollock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "1 suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up tor a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, 1 would have severe pains
In my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat
ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
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LUKE M'X.UKK'3 BITS OF
4. BYPLAY. .
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Our Daily Special.
You Can't Play Hookey Prom The
School of Kxperience.
While T. It. Las somo faults wo pan,
And inn't all we'd wish;
We'll statp fight hero that lie's a man,
And not a jellyfish.
Where this female undressing race
Will end, nobody knows;
Homo day a girl will paint her face
And then pa?.it on her clothes.
Before tho Wagon Arrived.
"I always say just what 1 think,"
bragged the big man.
'So does a parrot," replied the little
Paw KnoWB Everything.
Willie Paw, is Knglish ono of the
dead languages T
Paw Well," it is murdered every daj
in tho year, my son.
You Ifpow Him.
I hater tho lad who always crows,
Hit Alls me with disgust;
You'll Hud the guy who blows and blow?
Can seldom raise tho dust.
Things To Worry About.
Tho 25th power of 2 is 33551132,
Jienpo tho C5th octavo abovo tho diurnal
terrostiul vibration will havo that num
ber of daily vibratlous, or 38S a see
"Tor the love of Miko why do you
subscribe for this fool inngazlnof " Said
Mr. Qabb, as ho slammed tho publica
tion on tho tloor.
"Why, what's tho matter with itf"
demandod Mrs. Onbb.
"MattorT" yolled Mr. Clabb. "Why.
there's a paragraph in a story in l
thnt says a woinnn was speechless with
Luke McLuko Bays.
A man who is fond of carrying one
kind of a paokngo every day in tho
week will get mad if his wife asks bin)
to carry another kind of a package one?
Afrer tho haftoynioon tho ''brcokfi
row j becomos a conUnaii ordin
MUSICAL SONG HIT
"Sit Down, You Are Rocking
. 5 Roots of Feature Film 5
POPULAR PRICES, 5c and 10c
HOUSE FLY ENGINE OP
Tho houso lly costs tho United ctntes
$350,000,000 a year. Ito other words,
ho deprives tho American peoplo nu.
nunlly of 170,000,000 years of human
life, or 4,000,000 lives of tho present
Tfini v mmm
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
The Coolest Place in Town.
Fyrn and Adeline Ward
"THE KID SINGERS"
Four Big Reels of Best Pictures,
Barbara Tennaut of the
INTO THE WILDERNESS
Famous Three-Reel Feature
ALSO A G000 COMEDY
10c ADMISSION 5c.
1 had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and 1 gave UP in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle ol
Cardul, the woman's tonic, and 1 com
menced taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up In despair. Try
Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped
more than a million women, in Its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will reconv
mend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
Write to: ChatUnooea Mtltclna Co.. Ladlfs
Advisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special
Initructionsm your ote an J 64-page book, ' Home
Treatment for W.mtn," tent In plain wrapper. J-61
woman who bakes knows that her brand
is the c.ily pure brand of baking pow
der. Solomon must have been a henpecked
old mutt. Ho said that all men were
liars, and kept quiet about the women
When two men get to telling each
other how hard thoy havo to work each
is busy thinking whnt a fltio President
of the Ananias Club the other fellow
The world is growing better. But n
boy who Cannot Tell A. Ido has u Pat
Chance of ovor becoming Presideut.
Aftor a man has been up against the
luuz. saw a few times ho is perfectly
willing to take a dare.
You can steal a dollar from a man
nud ho will still have some use for you.
But if ho buys you four drinks and you
do not retaliate, you are a dead one as
far as ho is concerned.
Yon can alwnys Hatter n, man by tell
ing him that he is too smart to listen to
We have a good supply of
LAZY WIFE and
All good ones.
15c a pint.
PHONES 151 and 152.
OF Low Prices Never Equals the
Bitterness of Poor Qualityl
Is the BEST,' most sanitary and.has
no equal. Sold only in packages.
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Plant n little patch of Cane and give jour sl6ck a treat next winter, and
how it will make the cows increase the flow of milk. We have the Oronge and
Try us for n barrel of Flour Roller King, Al Purity and Deweys Best.
FLA-IHSTS BP-OS- ' PHONE 191
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days the
HOMEGROWN varieties will be
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will bo coming. During the season my houso as Usual Will Bo
The Headquarters for all the various kinds. As I havo my usual ar
rangements with tho best growers in both TENNESSEE and the
OHIO VALLEY I shall be in position to meet all the demands and
furnish the best fruits grown, on samo days as they aro picked.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want tho best come to
My stock of FANCY GROCERIES is at all times full and com
plete and prices lowest.
The biggest and bst stock of Coffees, Teas and Sugar; also a
full supply of country cured HAMS and BACON of the very best
kind. Canned goods in immense quantities. In fact every article of
the very best usually found in. a FIRST CLASS GROCERY. I
buy all my goods direct from first hands for SPOT CASH and havo
no fear of successful competition. I buy country cured Hams and
Bacon and produce generally for which I pay cash or goods at
SPOT CASH PRICES.
My usual invitation to country peoplo when in our city to
make my house headquarters still stands, and don't forgot that I
WHOLESALE as well as RETAIL.
R. B. 10VEL
J. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
An A. D. S. Preparation
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
SBHN G. PEGOR, Druggist
means we have found it Just the thing that is necessary in the
htove line. See our new kitchen COMBINATION COAL AND
GAS RANGK always read, winter or summer, early or late.
Made of cast iron four holes for gas, four holes for coal. Use
hame oven, either coal or gas. Only one flue connection, occu
pying no more space than an ordinary range. No higher in price.
Suffering with Rheumatism? If so let R. U. do for
you what it has done for others. Marvelous
Oarlsbad remedy. 50c per box.
THE R. U. CO.,
432 North Franklin St., Syracuse, N. Y.
A cheap sport is always au expensive
Party harmony was the key note ot
the Itepublicnn State welfaro eonferonce
at Detroit, Mich.
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Don't take ourword; as L them an who
drives.one. "19r4 Models ' , !
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Sugar ; : :
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
on tho market. The prospects are
Wholesale and Retail.
Cornet Third and Umesto.no
It doesn't pay to got gay with un
loaded guiw nud other men's wives.
A man spenda pait of lus life trying
to got a woman nud tho rest of it try
ing to get away from hor.
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