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YES, INDEED I
It's not so hard to fuol Friend Wife,
When lUtlo clows alio finds;
But thero'd bo moro divorces if
Our wives could rend our mads.
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Writtca by Lena Wells Lykina and
Nellie flrant (with apologies to Shake
speare.) Published (with apologies to
Tirst Witch Lena Wells Lyklns.
Second Witch Nellio Grant.
Third Witch Auna Calvert.
Seeno Heath, dark and gloomy.
(First and Second Witch enter nud
go wlerdly around the caldrou.)
First Witch When shall we threo moot
Second Witch When the hurly bur
ley 'a dono
Wh'a tho battle's fought and won.
Third Witch (Editors.) How now
ye seeit't gray and midnigSt hags
What wist ye dof
First W. Oh, Sister, we must idle bo
unless t'qpine mortals glvo us work
Third Witch (Enters.) How now
.at fiirious rato
A messi'ager I mot who now doth
To Jitur what you shall calcul.ito
Will bethe 1014 ScuicV's fate.
First W. Let that, bo what we do.
Second W. Oh! Ye people down be
low This is all to lot you know'
What will bo seen
Of tho Clasj of Ml?
In yon kettle creepy things
Homed, slimy and with stings;
These, when boiled with magic art,
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. N. Vaughu is very ill with norvous
trouble. Dr. Winder, tho rogular phy
siciau called Dr. Irwin in consultation
iftid they havo little hopes of her recov
Tho protracted meeting at Bethany,
conducted by Rev'i Adams is, notwith
standing tho intenso heat, attracting
good crowds. Tho fino singing and Bro.
Adams' practical and helpful sermons
aro doing much good.
Tho cottage prayer meetings have
beca postponed 'til the close of the pro
tracted meeting nt Bethany,
Fishing parties aro provaloht with
their usual luck. The latest excuse,
howover is a new one, I. o., that "the
hooks aro too dull.-"
A gootp imafo
one often needs a refreshing 'nip'
and you can't always get it good
on the road. Take a bottle of our
famous Rye Whisky with you and
you will be well prbteoted for the
journey whether it bo by land or
water. This is the finest Whisky
ever distilled and is perfectly pure
and wholesome, and is recom
mended by physicians to their pa-
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All their honors will depart.
Then this 'bubbling, boiling mass
Makes tho future of tho Class.
AH Double, double toil and trouble,
Firo bilrns and caldron bubble.
As round and round and round wo go
Tho faetful vapors will wo breathe
Stooping o'er this caldron dread
That with a horrid hiss doth scotho.
Second W.My Sister now inspired
What tho Class' fato" will bef
The glittering pageant of tho years
Doth pass before her oyo
'Sho speaks with utterance fast
Hark! what she doth prophesy.
Sistor, Sister, what do you see?
First W. Now I behold a college
And under tho trees I seo
A Dean with hair of reddish brow'a
And that Dean is Marian D.
Sho has won much fanio and renown
And added mn"ily stars to her crown.
Second W.Tuo Second Honor's fato
Can you not next relate!
First W. My visitfa now removes to a
wicked heathen land
There Helen Stovons organized a lov
ing christian baud
In dark and gloomy Cougo lives this
With loving kindness giving aaiai
bals much needed aid.
Second W. 'Do you not a member gee
Who a scientist will bef
First W. Oh, yes, thuro's thoir Fres
Who'll lead whorever he goes,
I'.i physics ho will preach,
In chemistry ho will teich;
He will never say "1 don't know"
For Oeorge, like a walking debate,
Will argue from early 'till late,
And pick all (ho Haws
He caM with his jaws
And ever shed tears for his fate.
Second W. Who of all tho rest doth
know that quiet homelifo is best?
First W. All at once t hear a song
'Tis sweet us sweet can be
It sounds like dear Miss Ami
Hut little changed is she
She now reigns us queen supremo
In a Southern mansion fair
Thero sorrow east 'no shadow or beam
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Premier Asquith auuouMced that ho
intended to introduce tho amendment to
the Home Rulo Bill soon iu lino with
his promise to tho Unionists.
Electrical storms, accompanied by
wind, hail and raiu, did much damage
iu Various parts of Southern Indiana,
notably in the vicinity of EvausvfHt!
DEATH CALLS FORMER DOVER
(Mt. Storling Gazette.)
Mr. Benjamin Tapp, a nativo of Clark
County, and a rospected citizen, died at
tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. Claude
Goodpaster, iu Jessamine County, of iu
firmlties incident to old ago. Tho body
was taken to Wiuchester and burled in
the Locknano graveyard on the Rucker
illo pike. Mr. Tupp was 80 years of
age. Ho is survived by two daughters
and three sons, Mrs. Goodpaster, of
Jessamine County, and Mrs. Ella Green,
of this county; Miles Tapp, of Jessa
mine County; James and Bon Tapp, Jr.,
of Clark County. His wife died about
two years ago.
Ab1 Be Free Fren.Her Troubles,'
but Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn. "Marjy a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, ot this place.
"1 wished I would die and be relieved
of my Suffering, from womanly troubles.
I could not cet up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed inbed
most of the time. 1 could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
(xemblcfor an hour or more. Finally. 1
look Cardul, the woman's foTtlc, and 1
am not bothered with pains any more!
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardul goes 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 you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cftrtlui. It will hlp yon.
With Lylo sho has no thought of chro.
'Second W.-"Who 'among the lnrgo
To livo on Naturo's dales nnd lilllst
First W. Ah, now, In tho vrtpor I see
Crawford n farmer will be,
A sunburnt faco ncatli a strawhnt's
Of a rnnn,who follows tho plowman's
But nftor many years of honest toll
Ho'll heap his reward from oarth's
Second W. Tho noxt one you should
Will bo 'no other than E. A. D.
First W. Well, now, I enter a studio,
And there, with brush in hnud
Sits Emma, who is painting
And her pictures aro simply grand.
Hero in art's domnin I seo a pictured
1 In awe tho golden letters neath the
frame I trace
A oountLManCo' familiar do I now
A portrait of Mary Bacon by 12.
Second W. It will bo'a sham
Unless some ouo works 7br Uncle
First W. A great big stalwart soldier
Hornco Clnrk will bo
And when ho sees tho enemy
Indeed ho will not floo
But straight up to tho foo ho'll go
and shoot 'cm through nnd through
Ho'll bo an honor to the school
And tho good rod, whito and blue.
Sectfml W. Of blue oyed Daisy
You cau not toll.
First W. This lady is a wondor,
Miss Chalkloy Is her name;
But what sho does to German,
I tell you it's a shamo;
Instead of reading novels.
As other school girls do,
Sho goes and gets a "William Tell'"
And reads it through and througli
But somehow I've an inkling,
You know it I suppose
By tho time this century's ovor
Sho '11 writo ia Gorman prose.
Secoud W. Ah, I hear a cry,
As if angels wero near by.
First W. Walking tho streets of a
I seo tho villlan of tho Class reformed
by woman's love. Our naughty Al
now leads a great Salvation Army
Ho was saved by Evelyn's lovo
To enjoy a mansion above.
Second W. Now do tell what is
To become of "Sunshino Liz."
First W. This unappropriated blessiug
Will go single all her life
She will never havo a hubby
Sho will never bo a wlfo
Miss Higgius she is doomod to bo
Throughout tho twentieth century.
Second W. Whoso shall bo tho fato
To strugglo for his Statot
(First W. Now what melodious olo
quonco doth fill my oar
That orator, that speakor, now hi?
namo I hear
MARY PULLER IN THE FOUKTII OF THE
"DOLLY OF THE DAILIES"
ANITA STEWART AND JAMES MORRISON IN
VITAGRAPII'S SPECIAL2-KEEL FEATURE
'"HE NEVER KNEW."
There is a fine crop of raspberries
coming (a in tho mountains and the
blackberries will bo fine if wo havo a
fow moro good showers, says tho Flem
STEP LIVELY, PLEASEI
Ouo oifnco of hustle Is sometimes
worth moro than a pound of knowledge.
Woman's Homo Companion.
Of tho United States To Hold Great
Meeting at Lexington Next Week.
Tho program for tho meeting here
on Juno 18-10 of tho Tobacco Associa
tiva of tho United States has been is
sued -by tho executive crjmmjttco, com
posed of Dr. S. II. Halley, -Messrs. W.
L. Petty and J. D. Clark. Tho delegates
will bo met at tho depot by automobiles
and taken to Elmondorf for luncheon,
followed by a sight-seeing trip over the
big farm. In the- evening a bauq et will
foe served at tho Phoonlx Hotel or
which tho following program has beeji
Toastmastor Judgo Kerr.
Address of Welcome John Skalu.
Agricultural Development of tho
Soiith F. C Powell, Queen & Crescent
Rolatlon of Banks to Tobacco Men
(To solect his own subject) J. N.
Tho Thoroughbred Horse Col. Jnck
Loxlngton Tobacco Market Silas
Tho Night Ridor J. D. Cisjk,
Kontucky W. O. Davis.
On Friday, Juno 19,anothor automo
bilo trip will bo tnkfa through tho coun
ty, returning for n lunch at tho trotting
track givon by tho Burloy Tobacco
Warehouse Company. Immediately fol
lowing tho luncheon thoro will bo a
show of fine horsos, with somo races.
Two Big Steers to Bo Served.
O. II. BorrymUn and tho Phoonlx
llotol Company have each purchasod a
troniendous steer, woigliing botwoon
lJOOjMd 1,800 pounds, one to bo served
to tho tobacco men at Elmondorf am
tho ofliqr to bo sorved -especially to
thorn tjurlng tbolk stayat Uio Motel
..-Tke aairaals ur amoBirt4io'iieflt Ji
That'sWoot, mild Volco dothcalt up
mo'morlos dear t v
And if you'd know tio reason, listen,
'Tis Nelson Ellis, who now represents
And ho is woll deserving of such a
Second W. Oh, now, plcaso tell
What you can of silly Noll.
First W. Wo wish to toll tho public
Of this young lady's famo
Sho never broko a rulo at school,
Perfection was her aim: '
But in later years of lifo
This saintly pious orcaturo,
Will bo a high school toachcr.
Second W. 'Now do not be contrary
But toll whnt will become of Mary
First W. Now dainty little maiden
Wo plaitoly si'o what's yours;
When you are happily married
You'll go on concert tours;
A musician will your hubby bo
Of wondrous skill and fume
If you practice up -and seo
Why you will bo the samo.
First W. Your futuro is very pluin
So don't get scared nnd pale,
For in tho near sweet byo and bye,
You'll don a wedding veil.
Second W. Who will win famo
By writittg her name?
First W. Then Loreno Dryden 'an au
Next appears on tho sceiio
Out in tho widb world of famo
Loreuo is doing her best
In writing of interesting lovo poems
Sho will score far ahead of tho rest
Second W. Is tliero Mo a toven-son
Who will bo a wlfof
First W. Yes there's Scottio"StetM
So happy and freo
First she'll bo a'sutl'ragetto
Then a nurse she'll bo
And hasten to tho field war,
To nurse tho Yankee soldiers there .
Where she finds her Mr. Clark
And nurses him to liealth and lifo
Then leaves the war nnd strife
And sho becomes a happy wife.
Seetfnd W. Now to us repeat
Of tho Senior Athleto.
First W. Ziegler's athletic form now
qomes within my view
Divinely fair is he and most entrain
lug too vt
All 01ymrta's athletes the whole ex
Now ho has defeated with boastlug
long and loud'.
Second W. What could better amuse
Than to hear about tho musesf
First W. At tho foot of tho towering
Near tho course" of tho babbling
By a sweet secluded fouMtain
Sits Qeorgo with a poet's book
Now ho hears tho wiugs of tho Muso
Bringing fancies for his inspiration
O ratsl 'tis tho bees in the flowers
The UtHli anniversary of Transylva
nia UMivfcrsity, Lexington, was held
Dr. Oscar Mezgar, German ctfasul in
Cincinnati will bo tho personal represen
tativo of William, Emporor of Germany,
at tho thirtyfourth saengerfest of tho
North Amoricau Saongorbund iu Louis
ville, Ky., Juno 24, 25, 20 and 27. The
emperor had been invited to tho cou
etotion by the Louisville Saengerfest
association aud ho designated Dr. Mez
ger iu his p'laco.
L. H. Young aud wife wero up from
Maysvillo tho first of tho week, guests
of the family of J. H. Planck. R. L.
Manwaring, tho well known L. & N.
conductor, left Saturday mpming to re
sumo his duties after spending a weok
as the guest of Avery Tully, nt his Park
Lako cottage. " Miss Julia Joukitos
left Tuesday aftomoou for a visit to rel
atlves at Kansas City, and other points
in Missouri. Sho was accompauied aB
far as Ciueinnntl by hor nunt, Mrs.
Maymo Perrio Hickman, who returned
Wednesday. Flomiugsburg Democrat.
DO" IT NOW
Maysvillo People Should Not Watt Until
It Is Too Late.
Tho appalling denth-rato from kidney
disease is due largely to tho fact that
tho llttlo kidney troubles aro usually
noglected until they becomo serious.
Tho slight symptoms Often give place
to chronic' disorders a'ad the'Hufterer
may slip gradually into somo serious
1'oim of kidney coiupluiut.
If you suHer from backacho, head
aches, dlzs'y spells; if tbo kidney se
cretions aro irregular of passage and un
natural in nppearaiico, do not dolay.
Help tho kidneys at once,
Doatt's Kiduey Fills aro especially
for kld'aoy disorders thoy act where
others full. Over one hundred thousand
people have recommeuded them. Hero's
a caso at homo;
Mrs. S. Neal, 497 W. Second St.,
Maysvillo, Ky., says: " Ono of my fam
ily had a great deal of troublo from his
back and kidneys. Doau's Kidney
Pills made him better aud ho always
Mrs. Neal is only ono of many Mays
villo peoplo who havo gratefully en
dorsed Doan'a Kidnoy Fills. If your
back achos If your kldweyg bothor
you. don't simply ask for a kidnoy rom-odyt-usk
distinctly for Doan's Kidnoy
Pills", t'ho samo that Mrs. Neal rcc-
ommenus ino jomouy uacxoa oy nome
testimony. 50c all store;. Fostor-Mll
hilrn On Prnnr- Ituffnln. NY.
VkiAw'&ArtV I Jf.&uD Kiilatf
Caused Uoorgo to bo sadly mistaken.
Second' W. Who In the- f uturo day
. Will star in a playt
First W. Wo 'II seo tho actress of tho
Whon by tho Astor Houso wo pass,
Thoro Isabollo will always dine,
In Now York "her head will shino;
Noxt weok sho suro will cut a capor
Tho loading rolo in "A Scrap o
Sccovid W. Who will bo taken
By tho charms of Mary Baconf
First W. Then conies doar Mary Bacon
Who will uovor bo forsakon,
For by her smilo so sweot,
When Pud sho chance does moot;
ills hoqrt sho calmbjAsmashes
Till it crumbles into ashes;
Right on his knees ho'll go
And exclaim "I lovo you so."
Secoud W. What of doar old Mary
Always so livoly and cheery?
First W. Mary Parker, kind and
And loved by not a few,
Shall be a maid of worthy toamo
And by dancing win great famo;
Tho Snail Drag aud Castlo Walk,
of this 'her husband will not talk;
Instead ho loves tho rura'l life,
Where there's no want or strifo
Aud through every hoar1 and duy
They're as happy as birds In May.
(Second W. What do you think of
You have told us nothing about
First W. Hellyu leads the Glee Club
With a voico liko a nightingale;
Her class will bo proud of her name
For by singing she'll win glorious
To you who've read this to tho end.
Thanks of tho witches wo extend;
If it plcaseth you to some dogree
Your appreciation lot the next class
We have done our best
And to you Vo leave tho rest.
MUST RECORD DYNAMITE SALES.
Very fow merchants soiling dynamite
know It is required by law that the
date of selling, amount, to whom and
for what purpose, should bu kept on a
register furnished by tho Stato and for
a failuro to do so, a fine of not less than
4'JO nor more than $100 can bo
"DAWN AND TWILIGHT"
S. & A. DRAMA.
MARC MacDERMOTT AND DUNCAN
"THE HUNTED ANIMAL"
Edison Drama aud tho Secoud Story
"Tho Man Who Disappeared."
Assisted by Rost' Tapley, Julia Swayne Gordon aud
"THE BARGAIN HUNTERS"
Bullett's Orchestra in a .Popular Repertoire of
Special prepared paint $1.25 par gab
lou at UENDRIOKSON'S.
War between Turkey and Greeco h
imminent, according to a writer in the
Nothing so successfully promotes fam
ily turmoil as tho announcement that
father is going to marry again.
If a man is both elderly and respected
tho probability that ho will be called
"Judgo" or "Colonel" becomes "a cer
A womau finds many ways of enjoy
ing herself, but pretending that hor din
uer was a failuro probably is tho most
popular and satisfactory way.
Submission of claims of miners and
operators in tho Kanawha coal field to
tho Federal commlssioviers of concil
iation practically has been completed.
That they control tho majority of
votes in the General Federation of
Women 's Clubs, how meeting in Chicago
was tho assertion made by tho suffra
We will sell at Public Auction at 2
p in., Saturday Juno 20th, the Suburban
homo of Mr. D. A. Emmett, located on
the Maysvillo and Qcrmantown ' turn
pike just outside the city limits. This
la a nice two story frame house of
soven rooms with halls, batu and water
In the house, also small house on cor
ner of lot that rents to good advantage,
together with about two acres of land.
There is a variety of fruit of all kinds
on this place.' A splendid place for
chicken raising and truck gardening.
Mr. Emmltt has bought a farm and
moved his family to it, and has decided
to sell this very desir'able nome. With
tho extension of the street car lino in
tho West End, and the many improve
ments that are going on in this section
of our city, we think wo cdn see a flno
opportunity for an investment in this
West End property. This home will be
sold on easy terms which will bo an
nounced on day of sale. Here is your
chance to buy a nlco borne at your own
BTAT AW IOAJf
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5 M. C. Russell Co.
An A. D. S. Preparations
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try V
A. E. S. PERQX1DE CREAM,
WHIM G. PECOH, Omqaism
ueans we have foutid it. Just the thing that is necessary-in tflej
ctnito Ktm Con nnr no... l..'(l,.. f O Tl f TJ T VT A TTrvT lr A T A vrVi
GAS RANGK always ready,
iuuuc ui cast lrun lour iioies
same. oven, either coal or gas.
pying no more space man an ordinary range. jo nigner in pi
GEORGE H. TRAXEL,
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days tho
HOMEGROWN varieties will bo
tor a uountuui supply. .Later on itABfUiiBRiES and other fruitsj
will be coming, During tho season my house as Usual Will Bel
The Headquarters for all tho various kinds. As I havo my usual ar-
rangements with the best growers in both TENNESSEE and the
OHIO VALLEY I shall bo in position to meet all the domands ai.
furnish the best fruits grown, on samo days as thoy ire picmlmZ
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want thebest come
My stock of FANCY GROCERIES is at all times full and com? '
pleto and prices lowest. ,Jv-''1
The biggest and best stock of Coffees. Teas and Sucrar: alsdm- I
iuii suppiy oi country cureu jtiAiuo ana iJ.auu.iN ot tno very best
kind. Canned goods in immense quantities. In fact every article Zt
tho very best usually found in a FIRST CLASS GROCERY, fl
buy all my goods direct from first hands for SPOT CASH and haw
uo fear of successful competition. I buy country cured Hams ana
Bacon and produce generally for which I pay cash or goods 5?
SPOT CASH PRICES. flf -
My usual invitation to country people when in our oityttd
make my house headquarters still stands, and don't forget thatI
WHOLESALE as well as RETAIL.
R. B. LOVEL,
Three days' trip to Mammoth Cave
for $111.15. Juno i8. L. & N. jlS
Jacob llerrell, of near Port Koyal,
Ky., confessed murderer of hi wife,
was found guilty of murder in tho sec
ond .degree at Cincinnati.
Fyrn aud Adeliuo Ward, Juveutlo
Singers iu Catchy Songs.
I.'clair Drama in Two Parts. A Story of
Sacrifico and Intrigue.
"HOW ORBEN SAVED
A Ripping Good Comedy.
4. BIQ REELS IN tyli
10c ADMISSION Cc
A NEW AND FRESH
I BATHING CAP
DKlIu llU. Inonrpornteil.
COR. SECOND AND SUTTON
9 Don't take our word; ask. the man who -smMm
I drives one. 1914 Models ItaH
now on exhibit at . ,.
I KIRK BROSLtfir
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winter or summer, early or late?!
lor gas, iour uoies lor coai. USei
Only one flue connection, ocp-
Corner Third and Umesto
on tho market. Tie prospects arol
TIIF LFAniNfi GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
It is reported that tho ten
forces aro getting ready to havi
optica vote in Mason County j
We are authorized tn flnnminc- i
Fields of Carter County as a candl.
election to Congress from the Nir
subject to the Democratic Primtr
on August 1M 1011. He most re
licits our support.
PILES CURED AT
If you sudor (rom bleeding, ltcbli
nvnls'iirllnrf Till lanrl nn titiiarMAal
iiiutiuumt, f, tivai UU luu IUU( I4U(CB3.1
tell you bow to cure yourself it bomebl
abaorptlon treatment: and will alsofeil
tbli home treatment tree for trial, wltjrtl
from your own locality If reuueiteaTJ
IVIICA nuu CiUlKUCUt uuig 1UU4VU.J
money, but tell others of this offer. S
to Mrs. M. Summers uox P. South Ileil
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