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B. 0. Iligdon, of Owonsboro, lias been
re-elected reporter qf tho Court of Ap
peals. Harry K. Thaw's eno hns reached
tho Supremo Court on an appeal from
tho Fodoral Court decision dt'.iyiug
his extradition to Now York.
(lurditT3uigh, the i U-lt Hindu leader,
and .175 countrymen, who souulit ad-
mission to CnMndn as Uritish'stnlijcctf, '
nro about to sill Inck to India. '
After Four Years of Discouraging
C ditious, Mrs. Bullock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
x Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows: "I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, I could only sit up for 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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ol Mimn, wno usoa lo.nrsuo nuout luo
John IF. Enrly, noted leper, was up-
lirohonded in Washington, whoro ho wni
stopping at tho snino hotel with the
Senotor Duncan M. J'letchor is lead
ing til tho primary raco for the Demo
cratic nomination to tho United States
Senuto from Piorldn.
l'ifteeu thousaMd delegates are ex
pected to ntteud tho twolltli convon-
tion of Women's Clubs, wliich upei
in Chicago Juno 0.
I had gotten so weak 1 could not stand,
and 1 gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, thtf woman's tonic, and I 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."
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Mi nud Mrs. William Bartrutf of
Cincinnati spent Satunfiy and Sunday
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. It.
Mrs. It. G, P.rcco and son, Jtobcrt,
spent tho past wcok here with friends
Mr. n'nd Mrs, Omar Mattlngly of Or
nugeburg spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. J. It. Stovens.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Applegato
spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.
R, J. ReMakcr.
Miss Emma Stevens spent several
days tho past week with Miss Laura
Manly of Mnyslick.
Mr. J. D. Grant, student of tho Med
ical, College of Louisville, arrived home
Saturday to spond the summer. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Knnpp are en
tertaKiing a new daughter nt their homo
sinco Friday. Tho llttlo Miss was chris
tened Anna Nellie.
Tho inadaptability of college men to
tho highly specialized industries has
led to their boing superseded as em
ploycs by High. School' graduates.
. THE "SHA-TAW-KWA"
Program Lasting Seven Days Is Secured
By Committee of Local Hustlers.
Wlnt is a "Sha-taw-kun."
Deubf'oJs ihis question has lrM nsK
ed many tint? within the li-t i-w
months. Very soon 'the question is to
be answered by, a platform demonstra
It will bo but a short tinio until the
Hedpath Chautauqua forces will ar
rivo here, pitch their 00X130 ft. tent
nnd settlo dowta'for a seven days' pro
giam of delightful entertainment. The
Chautauqua is in the hands of a local
tommittcu who will havo season tickets
ready for thoso who desire to avail
themselves of such choice entertain
ments. The original Chautnuqu.i was held in
New York State more than forty years
ago, but not until recent years has the
movement becomo gi'.ieral. Today
practically every community of eonse
quenco supports such a program.
Of tho many special features to be
introduced nt tho Redpath Chautauqua
this summer, one of tho most delight
ful will bev"Joy Xight." This will
fall on tho evening of the closing day,
and nt that time the Edwin R. Weeks
Company will furnish a miscellaneous
program fully up to the expectations
of tho most particular.
"Joy Night" is always a great evtMt
in Chautauqua towns. It is the grand
finale of u o en-day program that in-
creases in interest as tho days go by.
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN IN
"A MAN FOR A' THAT"
Special Two-Reel Essanay Feature.
AUGUSTUS PHILLIPS IN
"THE UNCANNY MR. GUMBLE"
Kighty-two thousand moro men aro
needed for work in tho Missouri, Kan
mis and Oklahoma wheat fields.
List of! unclaimed letters in the ATayH
illn ost odleo week ending .Tune 3,
Rronv, .Tolin I'rea.
(Voman, MIhs Anna
.lohuson, Ollio M. C. -
King, !Mrs. Grace
Lyons, Miss BoTva
Mobloy, Mrs. Sarah
Norman, Miss Aniia
Iteoso, Mrs. Matter '
Smith, P. E.
Sponee, Clias. i
Tolle, Miss Lona
Watson, Mrs. Floronco "i.'1'
Ynnz, Mrs. M. M.
Ono cout duo on 'abovo lettors. Par-
ties calling for same will please say
. M. P. Kehoo, P. M.
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The Methodist Episeopnl Church has
221,081 white mombers In tho Mouth.
Billy Sunday claims thoro aro fifty
million Unchurched pcoplo in tho Unit
In Cairo, Egypt, thoro aro nboul two
hundred Christian schools, with n total
enrollment, of nearly 17,000 pupils.
Tho students and alumni of Trlnco
ton University support a Y. M. C. A.
plant iM Poking, Ghlna, tbvir contribu
tions during 1013 being $0,530.
Thirty yoars ago tho Southern Bap
tist Convention raised less than $100,
000 a yoar for foreign missions. The
Baptists of tho Stnto of Texas haVo ap
portioned themselves $100,000 for this
causo this year.
In round figures, tho women of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church South havo
maintained work among foreign-bom
peoplo as follows: Cities and towns,
S; schools, 8; Wesloy Houses or other
establishments, 13; organized clubs,
ISO; salaried workers, J 04; volunteer
workers, 200. Total cost, $00,021..-)!.
NOT SIT OP
Now Does Her Own Work.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound Helped Her.
I ronton, Ohio. " I am enjoying bet
ter health now than I havo for twelve
years. When 1 be
gan to take Lydia E.
ble Compound I
could not sit up. I
had female troubles
nnd was very ner
vous. I used the
remedies a year and
I can do my work
and for tho last eight
months I havo
worked for other
women, too. I cannot praiso Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound enough
for I know I never would have been us
well if I had not taken it and I recom
mend it to suffering women."
Diuighter Helped Also.
"I gave it to my daughter when she)
was thirteen years old. She was in
school and was a nervous wreck, and
could not sljep nights. Now she looks
so healthy that even the doctor speaks
of it You can publish this letter if you
like." Mrs. RenA'Bowman, 1G1 S. 10th
Street, Ironton, Ohio.
Why will women continue to suffer
day in and day ou,t and drag out a sickly,
half-hearted existence, missing three
fourths of the joy of living, when they
can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's
If you Iuvvo tho slightest doubt
thnt Lydia JJ3, PJnklinin's Vctfeta-
MeCoiiipouiid will liolp you,wrUu
to Lydia E.Plnklmm Medicine Co.
vice. Your letter will bo oponed,
read nnd answered Iiv ii wrninin
and held in .strict confide .
Womou grow hoarso saying, "I dou't
see what jou do with your money."
Thoso who boliovo they have been
sent to savo the woTldnsfiirtT a g&od
deal of tho contemptuoiu laughter.
BETTER MARRY BEFORE JUNE 15,
On and after Juno tho 1.1th it will
bo a more dillicult proposition to get
married than it m iioy. The new mar
riage eertifieato law goes into effect on
that date which requires a complete rec
ord of tho contracting parties before
tho license, can bo granted, including a
lie'alth statement from both. prospective
bride and bridegroom, age of both,
residence and place of birth, iiamo of
parents, occupation, whether single,
widowed or dnorced. Tf tho dork lms
any doubt as to tho truthfulness of the
age, health or occupaticd report of the
contracting parties, ho can require a
bond iu the sum of $100. Tho minister
or justico of tho peace performing tho
ceremony is required to furnish the
couplo with tho eertifieato of marriage.
MAKE WEAK BODIES
Kidnoy Diseases Cause Many Aches and
Els ofiMaysvillo People.
As .ojq weak Jink weakens n chain,
80 may weak kidneys woakon the wholo
body and hastca the final breaking
down. Overwork, strains, colds and other
causes injure tho kidneys, and general
ly when their activity is lessened thJ
wholo body sutlers. '
Aches and pains nnd languor and
miliary ills frequently como, uMd there
is nu ovor-lncreasing tendency towards
dropsy, gravel or fatal Bright 's dis
ease. When the kidneys fail thdro Is no
real help tor tho suVerer oxeopt kid
Doan'S Kidney Pills net directly on
tho kidnoys, Maysvillo testimony is
proof of their effectiveness.
Mrs. A'.inlo McUlollnn, 511 W. Second
St., Maysvillo, Ky., says: "I was ofton
dl7y and nervous and iny head ached.
I had pain in nry back nnd my kidneys
wore weak. Doan's Kidney Pills stop
pod tho complaint immediately and
mado Wo well and strong."
Mrs, McClolInu is only ono of maMy
Mnysvlllq people who havo gratefully
endorsed Doan's Kidnoy Pills. If your
back achos If your kidneys bothor
you, don't simply ask for a kidnoy
remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kid
ney I'lllH, tho same that Airs. Aicuipiiau
hd tho remedy backed by linmo tpsM-
inouy, BOe. nlUstoros, I'ostor-MUtjurnl .
,1t Is ostlrpdtod that, tho Baiter ool
loctltfas n Now York Sunday schools
amounted! to $3,000,000,
In tho Camden (Ark.) school at
Tokyo, Japan, thoro is a boy who has
not missed a day for six years.
The Coolest Place In Town.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
PYBN AND ADELINE WARD,
tho Kid Singers.
Hear them in sorno now songs.
Matlnoo and night.
4 WO REELS OF PICTl'RES
'The Good in the
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Foworful Two-Reel Dramn.
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Also a Screaming Comedy.
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HER FACE WAS HER rORTUNE"
PATHE WEEKLY NO. 35.
'KID PINK AND THE
"IN THE DREDGER'S CLAW"
Special Edison Drama Tomorrow.
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CHAS. W. TRAXEL & (ft
O. M. ANDERSON IN
"BRONCO BILLY, GUN-MAN"
Kssnnny Western Drama.
Musical Selection from Klaw and Erlanger's
A man nover brags about his philan
thropy at homo when it has taken the
form of loaning money to a- friend.
Degrees wore "presented to seventy'
four graduates of the Southern Hap'
1st Theological Seminary at tho an
nual commencement, Louisville.
ABOUT TWO FORMER MAYSVILLE
Thomas 11. Gray, one of tho best
kMowu tobacco-buyers in tho Burloy
district, has made arrangements to es
tablish his own brokerago offices in this
city, and will shortly end his cornice
tion with tho U. J.' "Reynolds Company,
with which company ho has boon for
the past four-years, Mr. Gray was the
general leaf man for ftio Boynolds t
terests nud has boon in chargo of tho
buying forco in tho Burloy section. Mr.
Gray was formerly with tho American
Tobacco Company nnd tho J. P. Tay
lor Company, has a thorough knowledge
of tobaccos, and a Tfido acquaintance
yvlilch lends occry 'pTOspect of succojs
to his now enterprise Mr. Gray said
this morning thnt ho expected to begin
active business in life owm-namo "about
ho first of September.
Ool. L. Gay Strodo-ls auonthuslastio
Shrinor. Ho wc'at' tor Atlanta with tlio
boys nnd was vory happy over tho
record made by.itlie Mobles whil" toy
were In that. city. Ho liiis called at"
tention to tho following extract from
a church advertisement -wliich .appear
ed in tho Atlnnta Journal after. .tho
nationnl couwntion of Shrinors Imd
adjourned: "Tho Shrino has gone. Its
nobles aro speeding home. Atlanta is
in their debt. They 1invo loft with us
moro than monoy, tho proof cthat fun
can be cloan wholeaomo and -joyous.
S"otoworthy is it thai tho next conven
tion of tho Shrino goes to Soattle, an
other city that believes In cleanliness
of lifo nnd freedom from protected vieo.
Drluking'by some thoro was but so llt
tlo In comparison with tho efforts of
tho law breakers of Atlanta as to jiiale
it negligiblo nmonff tho Nobles of tho
Shrino. Whou ne(t tfioy como, that the
city will bo freo from this is (ho hopo,
nnd bellof of many who love Qoorgia
and her capital rfttd -would have her
purged of" thir dlsgrnco "of disregard
inK law 'These OiatludtlyovirO n ilt
-, . 0,n Mrhb -f&lckeL t
t'W TO0 ST8"
"Mm- You GoiM?
It so. s?et vour
Going on sale at M. F. Williams & Coi
Fridav. June kth. V
Fine music, splendid program and RerAEp
L. Powell's address. fV
Commencement June 9th, 19 1, a8
o'clock p. m., High School Auditorlum J '
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days th'o
HOMEGROWN varieties will bo on tho market. Tho prospects are
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will be coming. During the season my house as Usual Will Bo
Tho Headquarters for all tho various kinds. As I havo my usual ar- r
rangements with the best growers in both TENNESSEE and tho ','
OHIO valley I shall be in position to meet all the demands and
furnish tho best fruits grown, on samo days as thoy aro picked;
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want the best come to)
My stock of PANOY GROCERIES is at all times full and com
plete and prices lowest.
The biggest and best stock of Coffees, Teas and Sugar; also a
full supply of country cured HAMS and BACON of tho 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 produco generally for which I pay cash or goods at
SPOT CASH PRICES.
My usual invitation to country
make my house headquarters still
wiiujLjjmiji as wen as ivrjiiiij,
R. B. 10VEL,
means we have found it. Just
stove line. See our new kitchen COMBINATION COAL AND
GAS RANGE always ready, winter or summer, early or late. I
Made of cast iron four holes
same oven, either coal or gas.
pying no more space than an ordinary range. No higher in price.
GEORGE H. TRAXEL,
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for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
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IOHIV C. PEGOR, Drutftfist
COLERIDGE TAYLOR CLUB
Uniqno Society Conducted In Chicago
By J. A. Mundy, a Former Mays
villo Colored oy.
Tho Coleridge Tin lor club, .1. A.
Mnndj, conductor, presented a program
of music by negro cumposers List night
iu Orchestra hall before an audience
that flllod the upper portions of the
auditorium. Thoro were interpolations
by tho soloists, which represented "A'ng
nor, C.idnmn, Ovid Mih'iii, Campbell
Tiptia, Handel, Verdi, and others. But
tho moments of greatest interest for the
patrons of tho- event as well as for the
professional concortgner, were provided
by the examples of true negro music.
Will .Marion Cook's "Ifaiu Song,"
it sort of balhd, or imrrutiw, for soou
solo voices and chorus, is pure Megro
music. It has been Influenced by the
music of the white man only as it has
made us of certain of tho simplest
formulas for elaborating melody. Other
bnrmnii), and in emotional coutcnt, it is
quite unliko any other
music iu tho world. Tu
it may be traced the same eleiuiUts that
hao been perverted in the popular
music of tho day. Hut the fundamental
character is different.
This was not true of tho compositions
by Mirndy, which seemed to hao been
copied after models that have served
a recent goner.ition of anthem wi iters.
Nearer to tho true, negro idiom wore
tho plantation songs of N". Clark .Smith,
Yes but far more
food on body and brain.
Is not only a 'delightfully appetizing food, but is remarkably
rich in nutritive value.
Made from whole wheat and barley, Grape-"Nuts re
tains all the nutrition of these grains, including themineral,
salts phosphate of potash, etc. so necessary for growth '
and repair of the delicate brain and nerve tissues, but
which are so often lacking in
Ready to eat from the package, with cream or milk and ,
a sprinkle of sugar.
A ration of Grape-Nuts
wonderfully to provide a well
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people when in our city to
stands, and don't forgot that
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
the thing that is necessary in the
for gas, four holes for coal. Use
Only one flue connection, occu-
Corncv Third and Limestone
which were somewhat unconvincingly
sung by AV. A. Ilahn. Tho chorus sang
finely for its regular ccaductor, who is
umisunlly gifted. Ho has a fine sense
of dramatic values, and has established'
an excellent ensemble. Tho quality' of,
th u voices iu chorus was somewhat
harsh, but sovcral of tho individual
voices wero attractive, and that of Mrs?
Willa Sloau, a warm and brilliant sof
prano, possessed raro beauty of qualltyiS
Chicago Daily Tribune May 12.
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His mother now resides with him in
LTJKE McLTJKE SAYS.
Kory now and then rather will vent ,
his mean disposition on tho children,
and then sneak out of it by talking
Another reason for tho High Cost of
Living is that every family has a few
children who havo to bo paid a regular!
salary to tako medicine I
You nover can tell. Sometimes the 1
relative who comes to visit you and
has Mothing but a pasteboard grip for
baggage will stay longer than tho pne
who brings four steamer trunks.
Of course thoro is no harm in get&,
ting full of rattlesnake oil and golngjfo
out on a Joy Ttido. Hut wo hayo a"$.jt
ticed that most of the undertakers aro
spending a lot of money putttag now
fronts into their establishments.
important is the effect of-
ordinary food -
along with other 'food helps!
- balanced dietary.
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