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(loih, it's hot our' way this summer; all
tli' frawgs got fried blue lli
An wo feed roast; boof cm'li ovoiiln,
an' th' lions lay lianl-UMlml aig3.
Samuel M. Wilhitp, Cprinor Controller
of tlio Oity of Louisville, retiring undot
a charge of cuihrsrhitiuMit, wut surren
dered bv hi bondsmen.
Tho word "trnRel.," ii variously do
fluod. To n limn itiineam dontli or ills
Mter. To a woman oitlior of llioso, or
the discord? of Her first gray liuir.
Along about tho tlmo she is fourteen
j cars old a girl learns slio has legs and
Is' to humiliated l tho dlwovrry that
slip thereafter makes an eflort to con
MAYSVILLE BOOTLEUOER' NAB
BED AT BROOICSVILLE.
(Btooksville cor. Augusta Chronicle.)
Monday, Sheriff Biothers aiiosted a
colored man at Hrooksvllle for viola
tion of tho local option laws. Ho was
in a hollow near tho depot and had
about three pints lett in a gallon jug.
lie claimed to bo Chailey Walton of
Lexington but proved to Spcneo lien
ton of Mnysxille. llentou will havo his
examining trial toduy and will likely
bo turned over to tho government an
thoritfts as lie did not have a license.
A LONG LIVED FAMILY.
Mrs. M. y. Walton, a native of Cor
mtuitowii, this county, but who ha"
made hur home in Covington tho past
thiee or tour vears. celebrated her Hnl
birthday ou July 12. Sho is enjoying
Th ttft irnnil linn If 1
and bids fair to
lto foeial vears loncer. Sho is n
sistor of John Adamson, of Chatham,
who is now about 8S year, of age, as
well ns a sister of the late Mrs. A. J.
"Whipps, who passed away a few years
ago, after having passed her fist birth
1 The land of lakes and cool breezes.
An ideal place to spend your vacation.
Let one of our passenger representa
tives help you plan your trip. No
'obligation whatever and you will be
assured of excellent transportation
facilities and courteous treatment.
KAIL, LAKE and OCEAN TRIPS
WITH OPI'QRTUMTY OF VISITING
Detroit - Niagara FalU - Toronto - Montreal - Quebec
New York - Uoston and many interesting places
LOW PARES LONQ LIMITS LIBERAL STOP-OVEttS
Call on your local agent or iJJrrti
P. C. BENEDICT, D. I'. A. or F. V. WADE, T. P. A.
Klllh and Walnut Sti., Cincinnati, 0.
Illustrated Tuur Books on
Don't take our word; ask the man who
5 drives one. 1914 Models
M now on exhibit at
KIRK BROS,, f1 1
a ai s m m u tk am '
8 LULU 1IK111J
5 THE CHENOWETH
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i'KOprOTOIiWElvo WOUD, or worm t. ar
Oliiia, ha.s been golocteu as cirtnrninu ot
thVllotuo Judiciary Commlttpe by a
Suva thn Nntiounl Llnuor Dealer's
Journal:" "Ultimately nil quostions
hiust'uo sotted by moral standards;
only iu this wny can mankind bo saved
BROOKOVILLE'S NEW CATHOLIC
(Hrftolisvillo cor. Augusta Chronielo.)
Sunday, July 12, being tho date set
for tho blessing of tho corner stone of
tho now Catholic Church, drew a large
crowd hero to witnoss tho ceremony.
Visitors were hero from Miuona, Mays
vlllo, Covington, Cincinnati, Falmouth
mid Augusta. The ceremony was per
tormed by Row James Ii. floiey, the
Mishap's Secretary, assisted by Ito. 1'.
M. Jones, of Muysulle; Rev. YV. CI. Con
uell S. :!., Oinoinnati; Rev. Vendor
vourst, of, Augusta; Re John F.
O'Dwyor, of Florence; Rev. Joseph
O'Dwyer, of Mayssille. Thc-'iiew church
will bo a haiidMimo Htructuro and spe-iU
Woll for the popular pastor of this con
grogotion, Re. Thomas Coleman. 'lle
coromonies were both-beautiful and im
REGISTER SATURDAY OR LOSE
Special Registration will bo held iu
tho County Clerk's Otliee, todaj,
Saturday, July lStli, between the hour
of 0 a. m. and 12 o'clock midnight, ti
enable those entitled to register who did
not register last year, so as to vote
in the Fiimar, Election August 1st.
Xo one can register "tcopt for the
First Necessarily absent 'rom the
Cit of Majsville.
Second 111 and tumble, to attend tin
place of registiation.
Third Unnblo to attend the plice ol
registration on account of tho sickness
of a member of his iainilv
Fourth Moved into another precinct
sint'o last registration,
Fifth Become of ago since last elec
tion or will become of age hoioie the
N en bt r election.
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Fi uit Sundae
Su 9 9 SfnfP
iTnf TnarihTittr'nJT'r 111 il
M.J. i iiimiurn Vi il iuwn ""T
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Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
luncheon, tea and
dinner, io cents.
Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every
where. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man,s cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
In looking about for safo and eus
job3, burglars pick first tho housoa that
ura guarded by ilngat.
Total of 2 903 Confedoratn Boneflciarles
on tbo Roll About 200 Havo Died
Sinco Claims Woro Allowed.
riankfurt, Kj. Tho Aiijsiwt t'onfed
irate pension distribution will run well
above flOO.OOO. Stato I'eimion Oom
mi aioner V. .1. Stono has 2,00:i pension
era on the roll; but 'J00 of theso have
died sineo their peusious were allowed
"At tho present death rate among
tho vetran's said Cominibsioner Stone,
"I believe wo havo reached the high
water mark and tho deaths will prac
tit-ally keep pace with tho additions to
tho pension list from now on."
ror All Mortal Ailments, Declarers Ohio
Chicago. "In all instances mental
diseases aro duo to physical eausos and
should bo met by phytdcal measures,'
said Dr. Carl W. Sawyor, of Marion, O.,
to the convention of alienists and neuro
logists iu session here.
"The psyuhical side has nttractcd so
much attention that the physical has
been lost sight of,", said Dr. Sawyer
"1 nnt cnn inced that, whorover physical
conditions aro not shown to bo the
causes of psychic states it is due to the
weakness of tho invest igat, or and to the
iiniuatiireness of his methods rather
than to tho absence of a physical
i a use. "
Hopes Her Statement, Made Public,
will Help Other JVomen.
HIncs, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Held, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, lias done mo
a great deal of good. ,
Before I commenced Using Cardui. I
would spit up cverylhiry 1 ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all liie time, and was
irregular. 1 could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con-
Since taking Cardui, I have enlirely
quit spitting up what 1 cat. Everything
seems to digest all riht, and I have
Rained IU pounds in weight."'
II you are a victim of any of the numer
ous ills so common to your sex, it 1$
For half a century, Cardui has been re
lieving just such ills, as is proven by tho
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com
posed of Ingredients which act specifically
oil the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a 'bollfe today. You
won't regret It. Y our druggist sella U.
V1xy Opi., Clmuoijorfa. Ttrm.. for Sittwl Jn
i m -rf i
ltjfi IU Lit i
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VVt ' "" " "
Pfoldunt Wilson was ooufltted to his
rooln all day Thursday, ns tho rosult of
nu attack of indigestion.
Anothor mooting to mnlto plana for
inrreasing tho ollloloncy of the Oantrill
tobacco eonsus law will bo hold this
Uoorgon Carpontier, Fronch heavy
weight ehnmpion pugullst, was given
tho decision on a foul over Ounbo.it
Smith, an Americau fighter, boforo n
great crowd la London,
THE FARM BOYS
Distinction and a Delight to
Represent County at
FUTURE "BONE AND SINEW"
Of a Great State Counting the Days
Dctween Now and the Encampment
To Be Held on Fair Grounds Com
Tho future, "bono and sinew" of the
stnte, tho farm boys of Kentucky, aro
already counting tho days between
now and the encampment to bo hold
at tho Kentucky State Fair, Septem
bcr 14-19. '
This nnnual encampment vies In the
estimation of tho youngsters with oven
tho redlotter opochs, Christmas and
the Fourth of July, and all over the
state there aro myriads of farm boys
with hearts filled with eager hopo thnt
the competitive examinations by which
they nro selected will win for them
the honor of being chosen as delegate
to roprcsont their particular county.
Application blanks for this compe
titlon are mnlled out by and are to be
returned to State Fair Secretary J. L
Dent by or before August 1. Tho only
stipulations mado in this contest arc
that the boy be engaged in activo fan.
work, between tho ages of 15 and IS
years, and of good moral character
Any boy who has been enrolled In a
collego of agriculture Is, of course,
barred. The successful applicants will
bo selected by an examining commit
tee from the Stato Hoard of Agiieul
ture and of tho faculty of the itgrlcul
Tho bo8, during their encampment
at the Fair, nro regarded as guests ant?
wards of the management and every
thing posslblo is done to mako their
trip a memorable one, as well as ot
lnostimnblo boneflt to them from an
educational viewpoint. They aro taltet
on tours through the Fair, where the)
enjoy lectures by authorities on varl
ous subjects of agricultural and me
chanical science, are taken on excur
slons through the industries and shot
places of tho city, afnd nre (urnlsliot)
with every comfort and amusement
It will bo optional with the fanr
boys of this year's camp as to whirl
claps they will enter in the Judging
poilteets, and two handsome gold
wntches have been donated by V. A
Burnett, of tho Rourbon Stock Yards,
as prizes for tho winners in both the
dairy cattle and beef Judging con
RAIN OR SHINE HE
BEATS THE BIRDS
Lincoln Beachey Files Up-slde-down,
Loops-the-Loop, Makes 2,000 Feet
Spirals and Races Auto Just Ten
Feet Above Earth.
Ruin or shine, wind or calm, Lin
coln lleachey, tho up sldo-dow n bird
man or loop-tho-loop wondor, who has
been engaged for one day only, Satur
day, September 1!), to give two exhi
bitions ut 3 ami 4:30 at the twelfth an
nual Kentucky Stato Fair, will go
through the entire peiformance which
tins made him an absolutely uubiuo
llguro in the world ot aviation
Beachey seems to bo able to suc
cessfully defy tho elements nnd whero
other nlrmon decline to oven take a
chance, this Intrepid aerial wondor
apparently seems to rovel. In fact,
ho cialms that a calm day takes from
him all Joy In a flight and whore his
compatriots loop tbo loop at a dis
tance requiring field glasses, Beitcby
makes his blood-curdling whirls so
close to earth that his faco may be
plainly seen. Ho Ilys as easily up
side-down ns ho does right sldo up
and declares that he Is taking more
chances in his dare-devil race with a
speeding automobile than bo does
high nbovo tho earth, for In this race
ho Hies so low that an upraised hand
may almost reach him, and if any
thing went wrong with his machinery
it woulif mean a disastrous smash,
whereas If at a sutllclent helghth he
hurls detlanco at futo and oxpressob
himself as well able to tako care of
Beachey started his flying career
as a pupil of Glenn Curtis and aston
ished this celebrated blrdman by
"taking It on himself" to fly under tho
suspension brldgo, spanning the most
dangerous rnplds of Niagara Falls
while under Curtls's tutelage A fdw
weeks later Beachey entered the
great Chicago meet and won Interna
tional fame by breaking tho world's
altltudo record during a wind whlcl
frightened other competitors from tho
Beachey wjll glvo State Fair visit
ors the full benefit of his reportolre
during his spoclal one-day ongago-
Lment scheduled: as climax, to tno
greatest colebiatlon in Stato Fair his
tory, RAILROAD RATES TO STATE FAIR.
Railroad rate of one faro plus 26
cents ror round trip from all points In
Kentucky has been secured by the
Transportation CommUtoo Of the State
Falri It Is estimated that & quarter
ot aTOiUlonjpcopio Win can Auvamufie
II, P. Humphrey is low with asthma.
John O. Wilson hits about recovered
from his nuto aucidont.
Squire J. II. Muso is very low with
typhoid fover at this writing,
J, It. Rrninmor is very low with "'ni
cer of the oyo and his recovery Is douut
William Hrammor canio in Tuesday
from Sabitha, Kan., to visit his father,
who is not expected to live.
Onmo Warden Henderson of this
place had several of our boys before
the County Judge nt Flemingiburg last
Wtdnesday for seining.
Dr. J. P. Huff of Plummcrs Landing
is ery low with typhoid fevor and K
under the earo of thrVo doctors who io
port his recovery doubtful.
Tho long drought that has prevailed
through this part of tho county for tit
past two mouths was broken last IV
day nnd Saturday by a copious rain.
II. P. Muse of thofirin of Muse Hios.
of Ibitcrnrisc. Miss., returned Iiomo
Tuesday after spending several (Uys
with relatives at this place.
Henry, the 12 year old sou of Q. W
Swinforil of near this place had on.' ot
his eyes knocked out last week by a
stick of stovo wood ho was cutting
striking him in tho oyo nnd completely
destroying the ball. Tho doctor was
hurriedly cnllcd but all the matter had
run out of tho oyo b'lll through the in
clsion boforo ho arrived. The litt'
boy is lostlng easy at this writing.
Keli'iou suffers its chief setback from
the ty,w of man who believes "church
.tiul "prayer meeting" aro sufficient
pouroiM of amusement and eutortain
uient for the young.
GENEROUS "LADY FAN"
Mrs. Eugeno Morz Gives $5 Bill
Help Maysvllle Club Over tho
Mrs. rugeno Merz Is a good bast
bill fan. Yesterday afternoon slio pie
cuted one of the solicitors with a $.r
lull to help keep baselull in Maysille.
Mrs. Mer7's gift came unsolicited, and
n the first l.nly in tho tity to .lot ate
o the cause of baseball. The commit
leo is cry appreciative of her wift.
Col. Thomas L. Kwan declares Mays
illo club oflicials are most grateful to
Mrs. Mens and they are all hoping thai
many mnie Maysville female fins wil
follow Mrs. Mcrz's oxanlple.
A V bill given by a woman should
innke tho men come across with a ten
Now is the time to assist the Mj.vs
illo base ball team.
WANT OUR HELP
aisterc of the Poor of St Frances Hos-
pltal Covington To Solicit Aid Hero
Next Wook Bo Charitable.
Word has been received by friends in
this city that the Sisters of the Poor
of St. Frances Hospital, Covington, will
bo hore tho first of tho coming week on
heir annual trip, usking jour help to
en ible them to carry on the great work
of taking euro of tho sick and needy
iml to help complete their new Hos
When they eomo to your door, don't
refuse them, giving what you can cheer
fully, remembering that "every littl
When j ou aro sick and needy, the
Sisteis will not question your religion,
ago or color, all you need to get in
St. Frances is t be "down, and out."
Fortuno is a fieklo goddess, who
knows how jour old days will bo spent?
Give thon, while you cau.
Testifies She Was Restored
to Health by Lydia L.
Lackawanna, N. Y. "After my first
child was born I felt very miserable and
" ' "ft! '"I C0UIU not 9inna on
r my feot My sister-
in-law wished me to
try Lydia E. Pink
Compound and my
nerves became firm,
nppetito good, step
elastic, and I lost
that weak, tired
feeling. That wan
six years ago and L,
have had three lino
healthy children since. For female trou
bles I always tako Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetablo Compound and it works liko
a charm. I do all my own work." Mrs.
A. F. Kkeameri 1D74 Electric Avenue,
Lackawanna, N, Y.
Tho success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled. It may bo
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from displacements, inflam
mation.ulceration.turnora.irregularitles, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indlgestlon.dizzlness,
nr norvnns nrnstrntinn. Lvdia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound la tho stan
uard remedy for1 female Ills.
Women who sulTer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
he convinced of tho ability of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re
store their health by the many genuino
und truthful testimonials wo aro con
stantly publishing in the newspapers.
If toii -want special advice write to
Lydia VL l'lnkknm MeJIclRC e, (cH
rfential) Lynn, Mw. Your letter IU;
kMiKi ret ,a4 iHwwefe4 hrK'
mmmmm wif ; "ynw !' "
muh I liny I i . a i I. ,i
nftusk , VJi' it . CT.
m Kim oi syrup
To Use in Summertime
lli Pound Cans, l2 Gallon and Gal
lon Tin Buckets
WE HAVE PRICES AND QUA
J, C. EVERETT 6
tnt Hueonrt Ht.
w VMVtl i K
Transfer and General Hauling. We
nake a specially of large contracts.
Otliee and barn 130 East Second
jrPPt. Phrtppn 145 Hml 228.
nll. Vint Nntiounl llnnk tlnlldlnc.
Iooal&tid Lock I Ofllue No.65S.
Ulitanne Phones f Keildenco No. t7.
4n A. D. 8. Prepj
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. T
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CRf
SOHN C. PEGOEZ, Dm
The question of revising tho Elks'
litual was left in tho hands of a com
mittee of two grand lodge members and
tho incoming grand exalted ruler.
By a voto of o to 2 a Georgia State
leuate Committee killed the bill grant
1ng women tho right to vote. Similar
action had previously been takeu by
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
i'o nil VuowIur sufferers ot rlieuumtl.in, whether
uiunuulitr ur ot the joints, scUUca, lumbagoes,
Ijackaclie, palUB in iue Kiunuys uc ururuipm
i.nlui, to write to ht-r for a home, treatment which
has repratntlv cured nil of those tortures, bhe
leU It her duty to send It to all sunerrs KKl-.h
cure your''lt at norae, as mou tuus win tes
tify -no clungo of cltniiue belnir neoessarv. Ihls
nlmiilx discovery banishes urlo aold from the
Wood, loosens the stiffened jolgts purrees the
blood and brliiulens the eyes, Blvlnir elasticity
and lone to the whole sjstem. If tho above In
leret yuu, for proof address Mrs. M. SUMMEHS,
lloi K, South ltend, Ind
IICN WILSON IN
'THE MYSTERY OF
THU SRVHNTH STOUY OV
"THE CHRONICLES OF OLEEK"
"THE BOND OF LOVE"
"THE COUNTER MELODY"
"What God Decrees "r Monday
Now is the'Tim
M. C.RUSSELL CO;
We are nuthorlrrcl to aiil
I'IcUIr of Carter County as fl
election toCon(;rc5s from til
Mitiject to me iiemocraiic
on AtiKiut 1st, IUII. He m(
lkit)our Hit p port.
p..i ii -i ... irr Liav U
H. 8. BUU
TRAINS LKAVK MAYf
0:311 ft. m.i 8. 47 a.m.,
3:13 p.m., dally.
5:30 a. tn., 8:16 a. m.,
5.00 p.m.. dally, looa,l.
a. m.; 2 to 4 ji
oy iipotni""i I
bulanco in w!
placed to attJ
her to Hollow
ed to moot
PAY CASH FOJ1
ami $i per weel
we will place tl
home. It has concea
modifying doors, tapej
exhibition sound box.
NEW LINE OF
$15, $25, 40, $50, S'
bftihhgrtgtfa Jb JMaWB&WsiI
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