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HO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
Tho man whom fame 1ms brought into
Without resentment must accept hi?
lot. V '
Tho spotlight shows him as a mark so
That everybody wants to tako a shot,
"Whilo attention Iins seldom been
called to tho fact,, a good many are
born of poor but dishonest partMts.
Tho great-grandson of Charles Wesley
'haB been scut to j.iil for forgery. But
a' man should not be responsible? for the
conduct of his great grandson any more
than ho should bo praised for what his
HAY PROVE FATAL
When Will Maysvillo Peoplo Learn tho
Importance of It?
Backuc&tU only & simple tiling at
But if you Jlnd 'tis from the kid
That serious kidney troubles may fol
low; That dropsy or Bright 's dteeaso may,
be tho fatal end,
You will bo glad to know the follow
"Pis tho sfatenu'.it of a Muvsvillo cit
Airs. Delia Luusford, 323 I). Trent St.,
Slaysvllle, Ky., says: "1 attributed
kidney trouble to a strain.. I li.ul tdiarp,
shootiug pains through my kidneys and
a dragging down teeling through my
hips. I had dull headaches ami disvy
spells aud often if I had not caught
hold of iomothiugfor support, I would
have fallen. I was in that condition
for several years, up ono week and in
bed tho next. I finally began to notice
symptoms of dropsy and in a short time
1 was suffering front that trouble. M
feet began to swell and my hands were
at times tho same way. At night I was
restless and always felt tired. I re.id of
a similar case being cured by Do.i'ii 's
Kidney Pills and I got a supply. Be
foro long I was completely and perma
lietly cuied. Dotfu'fl Kidney 1'ill.s siv
ed my 'life. I am gl.id tu confirm niy
former endorsement ol this lemedy."
Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't slm-
ply ask- for a kidney remedy get
ileum's Kldnoy Pills the same that
Mrs. Luusford had. Poster Milbuin
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
You probably havo noticed that tlio
term aro always "roanonablo."
A California professor announces that
a series of sck'atific tests has resulted
in tho disccnory that girls aro smarter
than boys, .lust llko a professor to
"take a lot of trouble to prove some
thing that nobody ever thought of dis
puting. BANKERS TO MEET JUNE 10 AND
11 AT OLYMPIAN SPRINGS.
Maysvillo bankers have received In
vitationa,'aud programs for the annual
meeting of inuiips 7, 0 and 10 of tho
Kentucky B.vi.cra' Association, which
will bo held . Olympiad Springs Juno
30 Z'tl 11, a interesting program
Jin eon iireiu cd and about 3 HO lniuk
're expected to bo in .attendance
in North Michigan with tonic breezes, inspir
ing woods and waters. This famous resortland
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.ing over 200 views and valuable information
for persons planning Summer Vacations.
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COSTS NEW YORK
Two Commissions Spond Interest On
Sixty Millions Each Year.
Tho two Public Service Commissions
of New York Stato, tho so-called New
York City Commission and tho so-called
Up-Stato Commission, arc sjuMding, in
tho exorciso of their functions, about
threo million dollars a year of tho tax
payers' money. It is very woll to have
somebody to curb tho so-called rapa
cious corporations. It is very-woll to
see that watered securities unknot Is
sued in the future, but sixty minions of
tho.so watered securities at flvo per cent
Interest must bo wiped out boforo these
commissions havo paid their freight.
Three million dollars a year is a very
hrgo sum to spend foe an idea. Tl)os.
N. MjePartpr in May Aera.
Of Maysvillo Colored High School To
Bo Held at Bccchwood Park Next
Wednesday Night Juno 10th.
The li'inquet and reception of the
grnduathig class of the colored High
School will be held Wednesday night
at Beechwood Park, following the com
mencement exercises at the Washington
Opera House. Many of the colored cit
izens will bo present as an extensive
list of invitations havo been issued,
worded as follows:
"Tho UU .Maysvillo High School
graduating class, their teachers and
friiMds invito you to a banquet and
reception to bo gien at Beechwood
Park Wednesday night, dune loth, from
10 p. in. to 2 a. m.
"Smith's five piece orchestra of Cin
cinnati will furnish the musie. The fol
lowing menu will be served on the lawn
of the Park underneath the brilliant
Croquettes Boast Chicken
Asparagus Chips t.t To'ist flreen Peas
Potato Salad Worked Biscuit
Tee Cream Cake Mints
Collee Ice Water
TO DAY !
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Iu our town tho visiting girl seldom
is up to her advance notices.
Ono good thing about the capo skirts
is that tlioy cover tho place where the
old corset steels used to stick out.
HUNTERS KILL HUGE EAGLE.
A largo gray eagle, measuring over
seven feet from tip to tip, which has
bcea proying on young pigs, lambs,
chickens Aiil turkeys, was killed Tues
day by Messrs. Oil T. Smith and Horace
Chowniug on the farm of P. M. Thonia
son, on Long 'Lick pike. Tho big bird
was surprised vvliilo closo to
tho ground aud tho men fired upon it
with thoir shqt guns. Though wounded
tho bird went nearly two miles beforo
boing brought to tho earth after sev
eral shots had Catered it.s body,
Tho t'i-oublo wlfu tiio'goW min Is
that ho is likely to make la prdfosslon
If tho moanest man in tho world wore
to bo elected by populnr vote, you
would rifa pretty woll, and so should
'MONSTER" IS O. K.
Mrs. Will Smalloy has a capon roostor
that has taken chargo of two dozon lit
tlo chicks and is doing tho "mother
act" bolter than any old hen could.
Ho Is a monster and whon ho spreads
his wings over tho brood ho covers thorn
perfectly. Baxter Springs (Kan.) Bo
THAT BUSINESS DEPRESSION
An Ounce- of Fact Against a Pound of
Presldont Wilson tolls the business
ini'a of America that while there is a
trado depression it is "merely psycho
logical." Can nn extra doso of psychology givo
back to ,2,000,000,000 railroad ownors
that $03,000,000 which tieir properties
havo lost in eight months tills fiscal
yoar, compared with tho year beforo tho
Wilson regimo started?
Is it only a dream or a concrete fact
that 1,000,000 workmen are now out of
Can a mentnl stato account for the
amazing reversal in America's inteiMa
tional trado figures, where a monthly
excess of exports ranging up to $50,
000,000 has turned into a balance
against us of $10,000,000 for April f
Does mere sentiment redueo our steel
mill output Jo 00 per cent, of its capa
eitj 1 Was it hysteria that blew out
lfi.OOO Pennsylvania coko oviMsl
No, it was not a "merely psychologi
cnl" notion that unloaded American
mado trallic from 230,000 freight cars
ami put th'em out of commission. Bald
win's didn't dischargo more than half
their employees out of pique.
Building operations iu tho United
States have Mot fallen greatly simply to
create political sentiment. Our bank
ers are not sending shiploads of gob'
to Kuropo to spito somebody.
When securities have been liquidated
In IS month's to a level $2,000,000,000
below their former valuo tho country
is not suffering psychologically, but
It is nn outrageous mockery for those
whoso excessive legislative meddling
is largely responsible for our presi'it
trado ills to protend that tho people
who have suffered tho loss aud who nre
out of work nre themselves to blame.
Tho President says there Is "nothing
more dangerous for business than un
certainly." But his party has left busi
ness in no uncertainty vvhatovor, ex
cept as to the extent of the calamity
which It may iMtlict.
A FAVORITE CAST OP LUBTN PLAYERS IN
Special Two Reel Comedy Feature.
"A QUEER QUARANTINE"
S. & A. Comedy.
Tho vlllago of Mhiorva has oilod
Ten thousand gallons of oil have boon
spread on tho streets of Carlisle.
CHEWING GUM MATERIAL.
It is estimated that 300,000,000 pack
ages of chewing gum, each containing
an avorago of five pieces aro sold an
nually in tho United States. Theso 1,
.'500,000,000 sticks of gum, placed end
to end, would extond 71,025 miles, or
two aud ono half times around tho
world, jlf stretched hi to a thread ono
sixteenth of an inch in diamotor it
would reach a distauco of 497,875 miles
or from tho earth to tho moon, wrap
throo times around that satollito aud
back to tho oarth again. If tho phy
sical energy used iu chewing this na
tion's supply of gum could bo reduced
to foot-pounds nnd applied to machin
ery it would furnish power in compar
ison with which Niagara Falls would bo
WHY f ARM LABOR IS SOAROE.
Tho editor of the Loader, talking ono
day tO'Mr. Nowman, Kentucky's Com
missioner of Agriculture! about tho vari
ous problems which confront tho modern
furmor, and many incidental subjects as
weH, ask'ed him this quostlon: ".Why is
fnrm labor so scarcof" (
Tho Commissioner 'a answer wns both
prompt and onlightehiug. "Tho diilicul
ty," ho said, "is not so much with the
scarcity of farm laborers as it is with
the conditions uidor whicft thousands
of farm hands aro asked to work. Tho
old 'from sunup until sundown' Idea is
no longer attractive to tho avorago man.
Men do not want to get up and eat bo
foro dawn nnd labor ou until it is too
dark to Avork iu tho open and then do
vour their suppor' by lamp light. Thoro
are thousands of ablo bodied young mon
who would really prpfer to romain iu
tho country, but they aro attracted to
tho city whore they can got about tho
samo return for their labor in a nino or(
tan-liour day. When thoro is a read
justment in farm llfo and farm finances,
based upon a shno wqrklrig day, tho far
mer, as a rule, will bo ablo t,o got all the
htdp tliat lie needs, and J' will really
1 K"t about- at much or his money ia a
shorter dn fls ho, now gets or the; long
flay, bcaU8othfcVhuHiiiCjii0 Him ac-
A man wiints to talk about Jilmsolf.
wdtnaji wishes to discuss hor "opflr-
ENSIBLY-DBESBED GIRL MAY AL-
WAYS FIND STEADY
Chicago. -Youtog women with good
dispositions, avcrngo attractiveness and
with no slit skirt, lowcut nocks or fiat
curls gummed on their chcoks need
novor lack' employment In Chicago, pro
vided that thoy possess a rcnsohablo do-
greo of competency. Tills was tho ro-'
suit of a discussion of tho subject here
by employment heads of a number of
largo department stores and mail order
ciAieerns aud experts from the Women 's
Trado Union leaguo and several civic
Ono employer said that tho greatest
problem is tho mtddlo-aged iwomau Who
bus grown careless of her appearance.
Another declared that It was freakish
girls. A third said that tho hardest
kind of girl to find a place for was the
college girl with no vocational tiffining.
A NEW WOMAN
As Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Dispelled
Plqun, Qhio. "I would be very un
grateful if I failed to give Lydia E.
rinkham s Vegeta
ble Compound the
praise It deserves,
for I have taken it
at different times
and it always re
lieved me when
failed, and when I
hear a woman com
plain I always rec
ommend it Last win
ter I was attacked
with a severe case of organic weakness.
I had backache, pains in my hips and
over my kidneys, headache, dizziness,
lassitude, had no energy, limbs ached
and I was always tired. I was hardly
able to do my housework. I had taken
Lydia E; Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound on one other occasion, and it had
Helped me so I took it again and it has
built me up, until now I feel like a new
woman. You havo my h,earty consent
to use my name and testimonial in any
way and I hope it will benefit suffering
women." Mrs. OlU'HA TUKNEK, -131 S.
Wayne St, Piqua, Ohio.
Women who aie Buffering from those
distressing ills peculiar to their sex
should not doubt the ability of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re
store their health.
If you -want special ndvlco
wrlto to Ljriia 13. Pinkliuut Med
icine Co., (confidential) Lynn,
muss. Your letter will booponel,
read iiimI niiHwerod byawoiuuu
mil held iu strict confidence
Tho game wardens aro koepiug a
closo watch for tho alleged dynamiting
of fish reported to bo going on nlong
PERSONALS FROM PLEMINGS
(leorgo W. Royso, wife and son and
Miss Hattio Staggs returned to their
homes iu Maysvillo Monday morning
nfter a, visit to relatives at Uoddard,
Mrs. Alico B. Power was up from.
Maysvillo Sunday accompanied by her
grandson, Joe Edwin Matthews, and
granddaughter, Miss Carroll Matthews.
Mrs. Charles Ramoy and littlo grand
son, Master Clarence Kitel, returned
to their homo In Maysvillo Wednosday
aftor a visit witli relatives hi this
Mrs. Mamlo Porriu Hickman and
daughter, Miss Anna Humphreys Hick
man, of Columbia, Mo., camo in Wed
nesday for a visit tu the family (if Mis.
II. 's father, Prank It. Perrio. W. W.
Mcllvniu and It. O, Humphreys, of
Maysvillo, brought them up in their
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn. "Many a
vuiuiiiuui. icnn. many u in
Dujra iins. jcaaic oiiuii, ui mis ijiulc.
fl UIchp1 I usmtlri Hirt -Inrl Ha rollAtrAtl
of my suffering, from woniatily troubles.
I could not get up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed In bed
most of the time. 1 could not do my
The least amount of wotk tired me
out. My head would swim, and 1 would
tremble tor an hour or more, finally. 1
look Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardul goe3 to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If yew are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trotitak, take Cardul. It wUl Mlp yow.
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Thoyp J nothing npw unflor tip sun,
Tho potato sack skirt as worn today Is
nothing but mother's old wido skirt
worn upsido down.
Tho old-fashionod womnn who used to
got tho grocer to tlo tho groceries up
with a picco of stbut cord so sho could
ubo It for tt corsot lacor, now has a
daughtor who must havo tho Silk Tubu
lar kind, eight yards long and two-bits
GIVE ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
To IIolp Boys and Fight Mail Ordor
Citizens of Plain City, Mndlsnn
County, Ohio, will spt'.id $1,000 on jun
ior contest work this yoar. Farmers
lmvo joined with bankers niul mer
chants In mirklng up this largo sum of
money to oucourago tho .growing and
showing of fnrm products, and trips
to Washington. Tho mail ordor busl
ness is boittg chloroformed by town nnd
county working together. Tho junior
contest work wipes out tho Vinson nnd
Dixon lino botweon town and farm
folks. A community, nnd co-operatlvo
spirit is the result. Tho Agricultural
CommisshAi wants tho consumor to np
predate the producer and the producer
to nppreeiato tho consumer.
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'THE MESSAGE IN THE ROSE"
A Series of Popular Song Hits Played by
It is protty tough to havo to pay an
old bar bill. Hut it beats paying in
stallments on tho diamond engagement
r.ng you gave the girl who copped out
another sucker aud kept tho Hug.
AN ALFALFA ENTHUSIAST.
Somo worshipper of alfalfa puts it
"Alfalfa griddlo cakes may soon
rival tho Boston baked beans. That's
tho likelihood if It is definitely siottled
that,Nebuchadnoz7ar, King of Babylon,
and of Bible famo lived on alfalfa for
soven yoars. Wonderful results havo
boon secured by Massachusetts farmers
in growing alfalfa, as food for live
stock, and its valuo for human con
sumption is being ascertained by ex
periments. Tho Biblu tells tho story
that Nebuchadnezzar did cat grass as
tho oxen, and now tho suggestion is
put forward that tho reason why tho
King was ablo to Hvo so long iu this
way was that 'ho nto alfalfa."
FROM MANY LANDS.
There is one man in North Carolina
who is supporting thirteen missionaries
and thoir native helpers, and proposes
to ovangeliyo two hundred and fifty
thousand peoplo in ono section of Korea,
Tho Moravian Himalaya mission to
the Tibetans reports tho completion by
its missionaries of tho translation pf the
Bihlo Into tho Tibetan language. This
work has thus proparod tho way for
greater things In this almost unknown
land. The Now Testament lias long beiAi
translated and iu use.
Thoro is ono rich ninu who now lives
on ono-teuth of his income aud gives
uiuo-teiiths to tho support of the gos
pel. His income is about $100,000 a
j ear, and ho gives $00,000 to. missions.
Tho announcement has just boon mado
of tho sanction of tho portugoao govern
meiit to tho granting of the situ for the
new Sleeping Sickness hospital at San
Salvador, whore Dr. Gamble has been
laboring with so much dovotlou and suc
cess as a medical missionary.
Tho 13,500,000 foreign born Ameri
cans and tlo 18,000,000 with ono or both
parents bornnbroad, bring to tho United
States problems that confrontsno other
nation. Slsty-(.io per ont. Qt Mom aro
uot reared under NewvTtalamont
i MAYSVILLE IS ' ' i4 I
i f Proud of HerSchools f
Be There Tuesday Night
June 9th, to Greet
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days tho
HOMEGROWN varieties will be on the market. Tho prospects are
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will bo cominrr. Durinff the season mw bnnso nn TToimi wni
Tho Headquarters for all tho various kinds. As I have my usual ar
rangements vmn tuo oest growers in both TENNESSEE and tho
OHIO VALLEY I shall bo in position to meet all the demands and
furnish tho best fruits grown, on samo days as they are picked.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want tho best come to
MV StOCk Of FANCY GROCERIES is n. nil tlmoa full on.l -ait.
plete and prices lowest.
me biggest and best stock of Coffees. Teas and Sugar; also a
full sunnlv of countrv mirprl TTAMR nnrl TiAfinw nr v. ,.. i,..
kind. Canned coods in immense
the very best usually found in a
uuy un my guuus uirec irom nrsi
no fear of successful competition.
Bacon and produce generally for
mux uagn jtxviujO,
Mv usual invitation to countrv nnnnln wlion in nnr nit n
make my'house headquarters still
WHOLESALE as well as RETAIL.
R. B. LOVEL,
means we liave found it. Just the thing that is necessary in the
btove line, See our new kitchen COMBINATION COAL AND
GAS RANGE always ready, winter or summer, early or late.
Made of cast iron four holes for gas, four holes for coal. Use
same oven, either coal or gas. Only one flue connection, occu
pying no more tpace than nn ordinary range. No higher in price.
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$950--Choice Residence Lot--$950
West Second street, sixty feet front and rear on both Second and
Third streets, adjoining on the East side the fine residence of the Hon.
Jas. N. Kehoe; an unusual and the last opportunity to secure a desirable
HOME lot for this price in the West End. Smaller lots in this n igh
borhood tecently sold for from jSi.oco to $2,000 each.
tWomcn and babies aro aliko iu the
respect that both want a lot of things
they can't have.
SISTER: Reap my Free Offer!
depressed spirits, meiancnoiy. aesirs to cry.
fear of something evil about to happen, creeplng'feellng along tho spine, palpitation,
hot flashes, weariness, sallow comple-xlon with dark circles under tho eyes, pain tn
the left breast, or a general feeling that Ufa It not worth living.
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I know a woman's trials.
I know her need of sympathy and help.
If jtou. my sister, aro unhappy because of 111
hculth, if you feci unlit for household duties,
social pleasures, or dally employment, write
and tell mo Just how you stirrer, and ask for my
free ten days' trial of a. home treatment suited
to your necda. Men cannot understand yromen'a
sufferings. What vo women know from ex
perience, wo know hotter than any man. I want
to tell you how to cure yourself At horne at a
cost of about 12 cents a week.
If you suffer from women's peculiar ailments
causing pain In the head, back, or bowelt, feel
Ina of weight and draaalng.down enatlon.
falling or displacement of pelvic organs, causing
kidney and bladder weakness or constipation
and piles, painful or Irregular periods, catarrhal
conditions and discharger, extreme- nervousness.
. It comtm Van nothlha tu lrlvn mv lioma treatment a. ton fnvi
work. If health Is Worth
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