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CFT KUNDAT, TOItRTIt 01" JULY, TBANKSalTIMIt
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l-rr Moiilh M Cen la
1'ayabtt to Collector at tna ot iluntn.
WLL SUHSCRIPTIONS CASH JN ADVANCE. '
It is useless to speculate as to what effect this election
will havo on Huorta 's position. Its results could nattily hu o
ljeon forecast. Tho constitutionalists with a well-armed and
cttlfif ...1 nviiit' net tii-.intirliitr In nttiuil.- flin .lliitnl nr'a fnrCPS
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at Quorotnio. which is tho last formidable barrier between
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"Potosl having been evacuated. Indianapolis News.
Tho headlines continuo daily their talo of injury and
death on tLo public thoroughfares and In manufacturing
nnd industrial plants. Carelessness in one form or auotho
is responsible for practically all of tho accidents of tho las
fow days, and of most accidents throughout tho your.
J n onco instance it will bo the carelessness of tho drhor; in
another, the carelessness of" the victim, but carelessncsi
it will be. lu these days of rapid transit, of high speed and
wonderful mechanical invention, tho need for care and cau
tion is a hundredfold greater than even ton yoars ago. Tho
slogan of "safety first" is n wise one. Buffalo Times.
Firo insurance Is n.good thing, but insuranco companies
aro not oleomosynary institutions. Thoy pay losses, but
they pay thorn out of money collected from tho people. The
St. Louis Ropublic reminds its readers thnt "every building
that burns in Missouri burns nt the expense of tho Mis
sourSnns. ' ' Louisville Courier-Journal.
JTow In tho world tho administration cumo to let Itself
in for cm tain modification by putting this human pin-wheel
in a diplomatic post is n mystery, though years of political
loyalty to Mr. Bryan seem in severnl such cases to havo
covered a multitude of shining disqualifications. However,
all's weel that ends well even Georgo Fred. Mllwnukco
AMERICA AS A MARKET FOR LUXURIES.
The immeuso importance of America as a market for lux
uries is an impressive demonstration of the great wealth
of our country. A btatistical report of tho South African
diamond industry shows that tho panic of 190" in the
United States cut tho production of diamonds down almost
one-third and reduced the price of rough stones at Kimber-
fci'''ey by nearly tho sumo proportion. In other words the
American panic resulted in an immediate panic in the far
interior of South Africa.
i TllnPn llld lumii O irli ,1 nit I filinttmt in-innj ri. Iitiui.
- u . i liiiiiiiii iit-witii in in n i ,i tt mni-
ncss slowly improved in this country, although tho old
sealo of prices that obtained in the flush times iu America
g'lfns never neon recovered.
Our great country is today the largest producer of nec
essities and the largest consumer of luxuries iu the world.
-Hamilton (O.) Republican News.
Formerly many newspapers were "organs'' subservient
to political pnrtios, political factious or party leaders.
That day has passed, at least as alfecting representative
Nowadays tho public demands, as it should always have
demanded, rows and not partisan campaign material. In
response to that demand the progressive newspaper pub
lishes news. Its columns are open to political parties, or
leaders, as thoy aro to other advertisers. That gives every
ono, including the readers of tho paper, a square deal.
y:"V Tho "Adv." after campaign material shows tho reader
k the origin of tho matter. Tho newspaper upon its owu
Vnocount prints the news of polities and any comment there
- on that tho occasion may inspire.
Tho Stato Journal is a Democratic iiowsiinnor. loval to
fifs party, but not tho "organ" of uiiv nartv or nersou.
t welcomes as advertising whatever the publicity bureaj
f.y party or candidate oilers. Its news columns urd
iirchasablo and impartial. State Journal.
SOCIALISM A DECEPTION.
Socialism is a one-sided philosophy. It takes heed only
of man's social needs and obligations and wholly ignores
his individual aims nnd aspirations and achievements. Hut
as man hits both social and individual capacities, iu n word,
is a .being with a dual nature, any philosophy which ig
nores tho one and over-develops tho other, is certain to
prove inimical to his welfare and a bar to his progress, and
is itself fundamentally unsound.
Examined in tho cold, clear light of common sense, so
cialism will not boar tho test, though viewed merely as a
philosophy, it is not without its attractions. Indeed, it is
these attractions which constitute its danger. It holds
out a promise it can not fulfill.
It represents to tho dreamer tho vision of a society
iu which all shall be equal, iu which life will bo easy nnd
industrial toil and strife will havo boon reduced to a min-,
Its apostles, tho sincerity of many of whom wo cheer
fully concede, can not preach their propaganda without
exaggerating tho defects of our present conditions, arous
ing nu-unwnrrnutcd animosity toward the holders of prop
erty, the energetic and the successful. They distract men's
minds from the practical reforms which do-ervo tho at
tention of every patriotic citieu and voter while the
center them ou an alluring pictnrc of the unattainable.
And to the idle, the slothful, the unambitious malcontent,
socialism at once affords an excuse for his own defects, and
holds out the promise of an economic 'revolution which will
remedy the evils for which his own delinquencies are
To such as these socialism presents a constant and al
most insurpornUe temptation to persist iu habits of idle
ncss and thiiftlessness, interrupted only by an energy de
voted to the denunciation of society and the prevent social
system. Socialism is n menace to good government be
cuuse it undermines patriotism and ups civic interest, and
enterprise, exaggerates the discontent of the discontented
and discourages from greater efforts the human failure, who
is lead by it to believe that his misfortunes are due, sole
ly to an unjust economic system, which deprives him of
oppoitunity and robs him of a fair remuneration for his
utrvice. Ex President Taft.
Henderson is recovering rapidly from
tho cyclono which struck It Thursday
night and did much dnmngo.
Tho crook gets a little the best of it
in tho matter of public sentiment, an
honest mau n llttlo the worst of it,
Tho finding of two more p!ngue-tii
footed rats hi Now Orleans caused the
speeding up -of the work of oxtermlna
An injunction restraining the Chicago
Butter nnd Egg Board from fixing
prices was granted by Federal Judge-
A granite monument to tho unknown
Union soldhyrs buried in Cavo Hill
will bo dedicated at the cemetery Sat
urday, July 25,
Healthy marriages nnd .vex hygiene in
struct ion were indorsed at the closing
session of the Alienists convention iu
session in Chicago.
The probability that you will be trim
mod iu a gamo of skill is much greater
than tho probability that you will lose
in a game of chance.
Richmond. T. J. Curtis & Son sold
140 head of export cattle to W. D. Cay
wood of Bath County at 8 cents a
pound, nverago 1,100 pounds.
Tho man who achieves prominence is
tho first to feel the breadth of calumny
Tho story that Oen. Funstou wears ;;
wrist watch is being generally circu
CRYING FOR HELP
ota of It in Mayavlllo But Dally
The kidnoys often cry for Iiolp.
Not another organ iu tho whole body
moro delicately constructed.
Not ono moro important to health.
Tho kidnoys aro tho Alters of the
When thoy fall tho blood becomes
foul and poisonous.
Tlioio can bo no health where there
is .poisoned blood,
Ilackucho is ono of tho frequent in
dicntlous of kidney troublo.
It is often the kidney's cry for help.
Rend what Doan's Kidney Pills havo
done for ovorworked kidneys.
Read what Doan's havo douo foi
Lang Stovons, Maysvillo, Ky., says:
"My kidnoys woro out of order and I
had backacho, which extended into my
kidneys. Tho kidnoy action was Irreg
ular. DouM's Kidney Pills had been
used in my family, so I gavo them n
trial. Thoy helped mo greatly."
Mr. Stovons is only one of many
Maysvillo people who havo gratefully
endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your
back aches If your kidnoys bother
you, don't simply ask for a kidnoy rem
edy ask distinctly for Doan's Kid
ney Pills, tho samo that Mr. Stevens
had tho remedy backed by homo testi
nony. 50c all stores. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. " WlitM
Vour Back is Lame Remember the
THE DANCE OF DEATH.
Loitchfield. Former Representative
Is. J. Owen of Clnrkson, this county,
died suddenly of blood poisoning. A
tew days ago ho received a slight
scratch ou the hand from barbed wire.
Honderson Wouldn't you like to be
rich enough to do what you pleased?
Henpeck 'No. 1 M rather be rich
enough to do what my wife pleased.
LEWIS COUNTY'S VOTE ON GOOD
Jfli ,y. . 4ii!fii
Vnnceburg. The ollicial count iu till
eounty on the bond issue for good roads
is 2,0!i:8 for and I'M) against. Two pre
eiucts voted solidly for the proposition,
another cast only one vote ngainst it
Tho contest was made with compara
lively no outside help.
DISCUSSING THEIR WARES.
"It takes my wife so long to dies
when wo want to go to the city that we
always miss the train," complained tin
first suburbanite. "How is your wife'
1 don't hear you kick much."
"My wife has a system that isn't so
bad," said the second .suburbanite
"She's so late for one train that she'
generally on time for tho next."
Tho population of the world is nbnur
The average age of all persons at
death is thirty-three years.
Total of 47,372,12" persons die an
nually. Total of 908,510 persons die weekly.
Total of 12!),788 persons die daily.
Total of 5,308 persons die hourly.
Nearly ninety persons die every min
About thiee persons die every two
Sixty persons died while vou were
reading this item. Ed Howe's Monthly
Mado Strong by Vinol
Plant City, Fla. "I was so run-down,
weak nnd nervous I could notdo my house
work or even bear to havo my children
come near mo nnd covld not sleep. I tried
nil kinds of medicine and was under tho
doctors' caro for years without benefit.
But Vinol has restored my strength. I
sleep well nnd havo guined 20 pounds."
Mrs. C H. Milleh, PInntCity, Flu.
If Vinol fails to create strength for
pale, weak, nervous, run-down men or
women wo return your money.
John O. Pecor, Druggist, Maysvillo, Ky
At the N.Y. Store, Saturday July 18
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER 15 GREAT SPECIALS.'
HPKl'lAli NO. J. Children's Muslin Pauls, embroidered. 10c.
SPECIAL NO. 2. 35c Fancy Ribbons, 10e.
ari'AJiAU xnu. J. i'ino ijeatnor Suit Cases 89c.
4. Boys' 25c Waists, 15c.
5. Ladies $1.25 Drosses, C!e.
C. Ladies' Sateen Undorsklrts, many Colors, 35c.
7. Ladles' Pino $1.00 Waists COc.
S. Dark Calicoes, 4 cents.
9. Children's and Womon's Dresses, slightly
soiled, inc una ouc.
S FECIAL NO.
SPRCIAL NO. 10. Ladies' Muslin Underskiits, $1.2." quality, COc.
SPFCIAL NO. Jl Ladies' new fall Hats iu Itatine and Linen, 49c
SI'F.CIAL NO. . H.50 Ratine Skirts in Colois, 85c.
SI'KCIAL NO. 13. Heavy Brown Cotton, fie a yard.
HI'KCI. Mi NO. II.. Another shiimient of the' now Crimes for
SPECIAL NO. 15.-
iimiciitr ot. tne now (;retn
Di esses, 15c n yard.
-Ladies' Finest ifS and $0 Voile Dresses re
duced to $2.98.
NEW YORK STORE s' s2
We have a large stock of Porch Fur
niture Swings, etc., that wo do
not want to carry over, so we are
going to give you the advantage of
a big reduction. Come early and
get your choice. :-:-:-:
MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmm.
207 Sutton Street. , Phone 250. fr'.aysvifle, Ky.
Dtslrlnn to closa up the nrr sent IiuhIiiohs as soori am noHalhte. we
must Inslttt that all those Induhtod to tho f rm to call and settlo. Any
ono lutviiif) accounts ugalnat uu will present name tor settlement.
THE DAILY NOVELETTE.
'Twas Adam in the Garden
Who started fhe lirst fight.
What right had ho to do it?
1 ask you now, what right?
ET ALICE, 1911.
j, don't you remember sweet Alice, Hen Holt, when her
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lia unauniui uiumn Jim uurur iu IIUI norm WOUIU
low her as she looks today, with a caue and a trouscrotte
wn. Her Paris-made curls are the now purple tiut; when
l.llled I could scarce tiust my eyes, for she wore a llttlo
Jhtcup, the latest Paris hint( with rosebuds and pink rib-
ISwcot Alice is now ou tho stage, Hen Holt; she begun
tlnef tho" row. She smiled with delight nt tho pub
s'cach night, and now she's the hit of tho show. She
Kilcos a tango that sets them a-whirl, with a dip and a
liik and r. glide. You'd never believo 'twas the samo little
HI that tho soug wrongly stated had died.
fo I Sho's u cigarette case oa the end of a chain, whero tho
(ia-fashioncd ones woro a fun; has a flat and a maid and u
Fomorauian pup; her motor is olive and tan. And down at
tho theater place where she plays, her pictures aro hung by
the score, and they'o fitted a slab with about a thou
sand electric lights, and sweet Alice's name up over tho
Adam's voice, now raised for the flist time iu anger,
rose over tho quiet Harden of Eden.
Mat's ho want, anyhow?" grumbled Eve. "He's been
calling me tor fiv0 minutes." Putting down tho forbidden
apple that sho had been paring to make forbidden npplo
sauce, she went to Adam's room, whero sho found him
red with passion.
"Eve," ho began, "we've been ninriiod forty days,
and nil that time not '"'e cross wold has r passed my
lijK, lias oiie?"
"No," admitted Eve.
"Hilt one will now," thundered Adam, "and more than
one. I was patient when you let tho tigers in on mv
honeysuckle vines, and 1 didn't say anything when you
locked the leopards out over night, Lut this is the last
trnw. Look at me!"
"What, Adum?" sho coood Innocently. "Whnt have I
"Done" he bellowed. "You patched my union suit with
holly leaves miserable, confounded, thorny holly leaves!"
And ho flung himself out of tho houso to ask tho ser
pent's advice about a good stinging rovenge. Louisville
SHIPPING WHEAT TO HUNTING
TON, WEST VA.
J ('. Everett & Co. aro busy these
warm days receiving and -hipping wheat.
They haw received and shipped a car
load, averaging 1,000 bushels per car,
each day sinco the Sth days of July.
This wheat goes to Huntington, W.
Va. Tho wheat this year is hardly iqj
to tho standard iu quality, but the
limn tity is above the nveragc.
ATTENDING THE ENCAMPMENT
OF THE UNIFORMED RANK
K. OF P.'S
It is estimated that moths cost the
people of tho United States $10,000.
100 a year by damaging their out sea--oa
clothes. Hut( cheer up, let "Mau '
lry clean your last winter clothes and
put them iu one of his sanitary moth
We nmy not be tho cheapest, but we
are emphatically tho best.
Ladies' and gent's suits dry cleanee
only $1.00. No ehnrgo for small re
pairs. These clothes aro to bo returned
to us iu the fall to be finished.
C. F. MeNA.MAItA,
O'A Front St. Maysvillo, Ky
Messrs. Preston Wells, Joseph Thomp
son, James Hasp, Charles Hnuckc John
Paul, Andrew Reed, J. W. Lee, Squire
Dressol, Horaco Hornback, Hon Fleming,
D. N. linns, Sliermau Am .and Albert
Hill form a party who left here Sun
day for Torre Haute, ind., to attend th"
National Encampment of the IT informed
Hank of the K. of P.'s.
CARDINAL GIBBONS, ARCHBISHOP
P. S. You havo never worn a real
Palm Beach till you havo tried ono ot
Ed. V. Price's made-to-your mcusuro
41C suits. A satibflcd customer remark
id that ho would rather possess ono of
our suits thau three of the "band-mo
down" kind, which uio made foi uu one
in particular. '
McNAMATtA, Tho Tailor,
We havo for sale the homo of
Mrs. II. C. Smith on East Fifth
street. This is a two-story
soven-room houso in good re
pair, with water and gas in tho
bouse. There are two lots that
go with tho bouse. These lots
runs from Fifth back to Sixth
street. We do not hesitate to
say that this la a very cheap
placo at the prico asked for it,
and if you are looking for a
medium priced home we don't
think this ono can be dupli
cated iu our city at tho prico
Our stock consists
of the most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
solicited. : : : : :
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & C
Men and tho southwest wind do most
of the blowing.
Full of vim and vigor Cardinal Gib
boas, who has just returned to Amer
ica, nfter a conference with tho Pop?
nt Rome, celebrates his SOth anniver
sary on July 23. With tho Archbishop's
return tho announcement was made thnt
under the will of the lato Eliza Andrews
it wealthy Catholic of Tlultiinore, Md,,
ho is to receive a bequest of 282,055,88,
The Cardinal will probably use tho mon
ey in furthering the work of the diocese
GOOD KIND OF DAY.
Two cups buttermilk; 1 scant tea
spoon soda; 1 teaspoon baking powder;
2 heaping tablespoons lnrd; 1 teaspoon
salt; 5 cups GOLD MI3DAL FLOUR.
Dissolve the soda in tho buttermilk.
Mix tho baking powder with tho flour.
'In tho Inrcl and ndd tho liquid to
mixing, work tho dough as little
liossllile. Flatten out with the hand."
with biscuit euttor. Bako in Lot
IBuy tho Flour From Your Grocer.
Gold Medal Flour
Why Not Now?
M. C. RUSSELL CO.,
sAUl IJ J J WH tT!
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NATURE'S GREATEST HEALTH
For Sale By
Orders filled promptly. Phono 3 and 51.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Embalrriers. for Hire.
G. M. WILLIAMS,
First National Bank Building.
mmt4m Stfrmrf. MAVSVHJC. rv'
Out in some of tho towns iu Okla
homa they have an luteicstiug annual
event known as "Take It-Rack-Day."
Ou this day those who have borrowed
things from their neighbors and neglect
ed formality of roturniug nro expeclml
to "tako it back;" pooplo who owe
other peoplo money aro to come across If
they can; persons who have grouchiv
nnd griovnuces nro expected to 1 iv them
usido and put on u smile thnt won 'I
come off. '.'Tnko-lHlnek Day" is
pretty good sort of a day if it Is, oh
served in tho propor spirit anil should
havo a considerable influonco for com
V OT W - .
a. nil tfi i n 9
I iviammotn tasn
BEGINS SATURDAY, JULY 18th
Tho greatest Footworn- Salo ever witnessed iu tho good old town of Maysvillo and
Mason county. Wo aro greatly overstocked with summer goods. The wholesale house
and manufacturers who shipped us goodR ureje us to turn thin urpluB stouk into cash at
oiipo nt a Ki-ent samfico in order to raiso cash. MEN'o, WOMEN'S AND CIJIL
DltE.N'S FOOT Wlil All will bo sold without regard to cost or value. We muet e ear
our nhelvoc of all mitmnor goods at once
MANY FOREIGNERS COMING.
Our Stnto is fust filling up with a for
eign element, coming hero as it were,
u ml or misleading inducements hold nut
by some syndicate or employing ngonts
that nro reaping a rich money harvest
from these poor lnborors. Our homo pco
pie aro standing nsldo, some too indolent
to work and a greater majority because
thoy cannot support their families upon
tho gmnll wages paid to tho fprelgn olo
meat. Men who havo money invested
must have laborers to work their mines
nnd (tatar, d M homo' pooplo doellno
wurit, inuuj o course, .imported janoi
ladies be-t quality Pumps und Ox
fords. ( c initio hand turned soles, all
le ln'is. .lines up to 1.00.
Cash Raising Price $2.39.
Ludii-. 2.00 nnd f-'.IiO Patent, two
stni s and Oxfords.
Cash Raising Price S1.40.
Ladies $2.00 Oxfords in (lun Motal,
Patent and Whito t'auas,
Oash Raising Price 09c.
Ono lot Oxfords, small slcs only
2i, 3 uud 3.
Misses nnd Childrcus Gun .Motal Pat
ent and Whito Canvas Shoes $1.50 and
Cash Raising Prico 99c.
Missos and Childrcus llarefoot Sau
dals, any slzo up to 2's. Worth 75c.
Boys and Youths good wearing shoei
iu Box Oalf and Patent Oxfords. Worth
Cash Raising Price 9'Jc.
Ono lot infants 50c. kid oxfords.
Aieiis goiiiiino gun motal aud patent
Oxfords and Shoes. $1.00 and T-.50 va
Cash Raising Prico SI. 19.
Men's $.'1.00 Shoes and Oxfords In tan
Cash Raising Price S1.00.
Mens Brokon Hues, Oxfords mostly,
Cosh Raising Prico SLID.
Men's $1.25 oomfort'tble ''engross slip
pers tnu and black.
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ii noturallv follow.
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