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About the only dilToronco between the
reformer ami the gang is tliut the lat
ter gets tlio money that t)io forpior
wants.
When a fariuor wishes to belittle, n
town man ho says: "That follow
j couldn't hitch up a horse,''
That giggling .v"u ,,ear ' 'roiu tM3
irrigation tanner who la rending tliu
d rou tli dispatches from the wet climate
Neclions,
Mount Ararat is venerated bv Ar
mcni.ins in the belief that Noah's ark
rested thero after the uuir.crsq) deluge.
S3"!B. C.
RUCGLF.8 CAMPMEOTINC
JULY 23 TO AUQUST 2, 1911.
Hishop D.ivid 11. Moore of ludiaunpo
lis, lnd., will preach the second Sunday.
Hov. Dr. Kirby of Kast Liverpool, (.).,
will preach the first Sunday.
Row Q. W. Hunton, D D., of Union
M. E. Church, Coington, will have
charge of the Young People's Meetings.
ltev. II. E. Annncost Evangelist, will
conduct evangelistic services dining the;
meeting.
Miss Virginia Mao Ilurd, a traiued
worker, will liavo charge of tho Chil
dren's meetings This insures success
with tho littlo folks. Mr. lloyd K.
Muno will bo director of tho choir, with
1. II. Richardson as cornctist and How
ard Trent as piano accompanist. W. H
Jlamrick will have cuargo of the hotel;
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Cropper Bros., Evans & Denton the con
fectioucry; baggage ami barber shop.
Harbour & Cropper; Chief of Police, A.
I1, Itoe; stables, Poxworthy Bros. Min
isters of tho Ashland and Uoviugto.i
Districts will bo present. Ilcvs. W. II.
Dickcrsou and J. Q. Dover,
District
Superintendents, will have charge of the , s.itioutil inuings and requited II hours
meeting. j"aud 32 niiuutcs. The score at the finish
ADMISSION On Saturdays and Sun-1 was 3 to 1 in favor of New York. It
days ire for all over 12 years of age; was tho longest contest over played in
other days free; horses, vehicles and, tho National League and it was brim
nut os free. Anyoiio too poor to pay will ( "ling with sonsatioiial plays from tho
bo admitted fiee. beginning to end. Adams diilu't.allow
Auto cuti ve,v .iiiiiM hVeo dul from a s'nglo li.uo on bull-, aud this too,
Muysviile. l'ar', 1.25 round trip. 1 i
eluding suit case. One way, 75c. All
persons bring drinking cups.
T. M. Lniio, president, Maysvillo, Ky..
will furnish Information concerning
rooms aud cottages. Sou or write him
SEPT. 14th to
$3,000 SADDLE
$1,000 Light Hnrntn Stika
Student's Judging: Contest
irafiMY stateIm!
TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY
M
rno Exhibits of Homes, Cattle, Swine, Slioep, Poultry, Field
Sed arpl Giain, Horticulturo and Woman's Handiwork
CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS
GRAND
'FIREWORKS
DISPLAY
ti
Reduced Railroad Rates
J. L. DENT,
705 Paul Jqnes Building,
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Don't take purvord; ask the man who
drives one. 1914 Models
now on exhibit at
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j KIRK BROS.,
COLD DRINKS
Limeade
Lemonade .
Fgg Phosphate
Egg Ltmonade
THE CHENOWETH
fPijUG JDO. Inerporo
COR. SECOND AND SUTTON
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SADDLE HORSES AT
Stakes closed with 113 entries representing all of the best breeders In
Kentucky. Stake is guaranteed by management.
Miss Margaret Monahan, an artist,
of Eason, Pa., drowned when an au
tomobile in which she wits riding broke
through the guard rail and plunged into
the Delewaro canal.
Charges by Benjamin L. Dulanoy, of
Bristol, Teiin., says that the Pennsylva
nia system and its allied lines have bot
tled up Southern coal lleUN in the in
terest of the "coal trust" will be in-
vestignlod bv a special Senate commit
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tee.
NEW HISTORY IN BASE EAl.Ii
Pittsburg. U.ibo Ailams and Rube
Manpmrd made new history for base
ball taudom Friday wncii they indulged
'" h pitcher's battle that lasted 21 .sen-
forms .mother record, inasmuch as no
'other pitcher in his lecords of the
league, ever went 21 innings without
giving a walk. The Pirate battery also
mado lio battery enors and struck out
s x Glints.
19th, 1914
HORSE STAKE
$1,000 Roadster Stake
Farmer Boys' Encampment
BATTLE OF MEXICO"
ForCaaJouonndEntiy UUnL AJdieta
Secretary,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
MAYSVILLE,
KY. S
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At Our
Fountain
Fi uit Sunday
Peach Sundae
Melba Sundae
, Nut Sundae
a Store !
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STSKJBTS, MAYSVILLS, KY.
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.win i filial mfryan
THE BLUE GRASS FAIR
"Cafe," in French, means coll'ee.
LONG SUMMER SIE' E
In White House Ia Expected By Prcsl
dent ainLWife.
Washington I'reoidont and Mrs, Wil
sou huvo settled down for a long sum
mer siege in tho White House, and no
gotiatious are on foot to secure a sum
mer cottage lit a near-by resort for
week-end trips. Tho ".summer White
House,'" at Cornish, X. 11., will in all
probability not be opened this summer.
FARMERS' CHAUTAUQUA
Arrangement Perfected To Hold Inter
esting Mooting at tho Gerinaiitown
Fair in Big Tout on Grounds.
County Agent A. M. Casey is nrrnng
ing :i farmers chnututiiuia to lin lu'lil
during August. A l;in to liold the
meeting on tho "rounds during tlio fair
was submitted to tlio (jermnutowu Pair
Directors at their an mm I meeting last
week. Tho directors very generously
agreed to tlio plan, promNcd their eo
operation, furnishing a tout for tho
meeting and appointed Mr. Carol As
bury, Hon. S. 1 Heed and See. Dan
Lloyd a committee to act with tho
County Agent.
Tho following will be imitcd to speak
on their favorite subjects:
Dr. Trod Mutchlcr, State Demon-tra
tor.
Dr. Joseph II. Kastlc, Director Ken
tucky Experiment Station.
Dr. II. II. Cherry, Director Western
Kentucky State Xuruuil School.
Mr. M. O. Hughes, Distiict Agent
l-'iirmers' Dcm'dnstrntion Work.
l'rof. J. II. Cannody, Kentucky Ex
poriinont Station.
J'rof. E. S. (luoil, Kentucky Expert
meiit. Station.
I'rof. Hendricks Kentucky Experi
in in t Station.
Bliss Sweeney, Kentucky Experiment
Station.
Tho subjects will probably bo tlio
following; i
The Farmers' Co-operative Demon
.sti.ition Work.
Soil Huildiiig.
Tho Fanners' Chautauqua.
Cattle Feeding for 1'roflt audSoil Im
irovcinent. How to Orow Alfalfa Successfully.
Hog Cholera and It's Prevention.
Fruit Culture.
Homo Economics.
ROCK CRUSHERS
Xo.PxovJde Iiimo For Farms Furnished
y Kentucky.
' Frankfort. With a view of improv
ing tho boil of this State Comissiouor
of Agriculture Newman has purchased
twu rook crushers which will bo used
in grinding up limestone in order that
it may be used as a fertilizer. Th
crushers -will bo furnished to the farm
o,rs free of charge, tho farmers to pav
for tho rock, labor and tho other ex
penses nocssnry to running tho crushers.
One crusher will be .started out of Lex
iugtoii and will work its way through
the lilue Qrass into tho mountain see
tions of tho State. The other erushei
will probably start from Sholbyville and
work south.
Commissioner Newman said that ov
ory aero of land in this State that does
not overflow annually needs liino, and
that the most economical way to get the
liino Is to grind up the limestone into
Quo powder. He estimates that it will
tako about four tons of. lime to an acre,
and tho cost to tho farmers will be about
50 cents a - ton, which Is us cheap
or cheaper than tho farmer can haul it
from tho railroad station after pnyiuu
shipping expenses as well as paying for
thnMimo.
Uf late it has been impossible for tlu
farmers to raiso crops of rod clover, and
tho failuro to do,so Commissioner Now
man attributes td tho' lack of lime in
tho soil. Ho is of tho opinion that the
use of liino will improve tho condition
of alfalfa and eow pea crops. A good
stand of rod clover puts about $-5 worth
of nitrogen into an Aero of land and
this iu turn makes bettor crops of corn,
tobacco, wheat and hemp. t
Tho convicts In tho penitentiary of
Illinois grind dimo for tho Stato of V.t
intfis, and tho titato furnishes it to Un
funny rs at SO cents a ton. Cammis-
ion,qr Nowinun is q&tlio opinion that uj
tlniately the pruptlco. will be staitod at
myufis
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Uneeda Biscuit
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture
proof package.
Baronet Biscuit
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate for
luncheon, tea and
dinner, io cents.
SuZu
Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every
where. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that name
V. J
AVERACE WHEAT FARMER
Loses 505 a Year Under Democratic
- Rule, Says O. O. P. Committee
'Washington. Tho Jtcpublicau Con
gressional Committee issued tho follow
ing statement:
"Kecont debates in the House of Hop
n.sontativos led to an investigation of
wheat prices, and tho fesultaut figures
show that the average wheat fuiuior
has lost t!'." a oar thiough tho decrease
in price of his wheat from what it was
under Itepublican times. Tho total loss
to tho f.umeis ol the whole i'niteil
States is ti:i!,."iii),0i0 a year.
"Ohio farmers lost an average of $12
each, a total of ."'."'")I(H) a ear. In
diaua an average of $01 each, total ill,
l.ri0,(H)l) a year; Illinois $S7 each, total
of $(),G(S0,U00 year; low'a $7, a total
of fi.iiii.OI) a year; North Dakota
iJ.'1'J each, total $1 1,.'IS5,0l)0 a year;
South Dakota IS:t each, total fc7,i.,:il,
000 a year; Kansas ftOt each, total WJt,
7Sti,(l.")0 a year; .Missouri fSL' each, total
f (1,1 20,000 a year; Nebraska .170 each,
a total of 10,JISO,000 a year; Minnesota
i'M o'ii-h, total Jr-iUOOjOOO; Washington
$.r.SS, total $S, 1(10,000 a year.
NURSE TAKES
DOCTOR'S ADVICE
And is Restored to Health b
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound.
Euphemia, Ohio. " Because of total
Ignorance of how to care for myself
when verging into womanhood, and from
taking cold when going to school, 1 suf
fered from a displacement, nnd each
month I had severe pains and nausea
which always meant a luy-ofT from work
for two to four days from tho time I
was 10 years.old.
"I went to Kansas to livo with my sis
ter and while there a doctor told mo of
tho Pinkham remedies but I did not uso
them then as my faith in patent medi
cines was limited. After my sister died
I came 'home to Ohio to live and that
has been my homo for tho last 18 years.
"The Change of Lifo came -when I was
47 years old and about this time I saw
my physical condition plainly described
in one of your advertisements. Then I
began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and I cannot tell you
or any one tho relief it gavo mtf in tho
first three months. It put mo right
where I need not lay off every month
and during tlio last 18 years I have not
paid out two dollars to a doctor, and havo
been blest with excellent health forawo
womanof my ago and I can thank Lydia
RPinkham'sVegetabloCompoundforit.
"Sinco tho Change of Life is over I
have been a maternity nurso and being
yholly self-supporting I cannot oyer
estimate tho valuo of good health. I
havo row earned a comfortable little
homa just by sowing and nursing. I
have recommended tho Compound to
many with good results, a it Is excel
lent to take before and after child-birthV'-Mfss
Evelyn Adeua Ste,w
AUT, Euphemia, Ohio,
If you want special actrlcc wrIlo(te
Lrdla E. Plakkaw Modlcluo Co. fcoufl.
itUl) lTMB,MaS8. Your otterwlfl,
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In soma Australian towna jewelers
lot out cnungement rings on hire.
In tho Seventeenth century absence
from church wns a punlshnblo offense
in England.
PLAYING ,SOLDUBB TATAL
Columbus, lnd. Norval, twelve-year,
old son of Herman C. Armholt, accident
ally shot off tho right arm of Paul, six
year old son of William Pnrdiek, while
thoy wero playing soldier.
C.& 0. COAL RECORDS BROKEN
Largo Incroaso In Coal Tonnage for Fis
cal Year Just Closed.
After breaKlug all records for coal
loading in the West Virginia and Ken
tucky coal llelds iu the fiscal yenr which
ended'. luno 30, tho Chesapeake & Ohio
railroad continues to keep up the high
daily loading average maintained last
year which enabled tho road to lorn'
20,782,510 tons. The previous record
was 1!),0.17,050 loaded in 1012.
During tho first ten days this month,
o70,020 tons of coal has been loaded in
the West Virginia and Kentucky fields,
this includes 11200 tons loaded on the
Sandy Valley nnd Hlkhoin railroad.
This is an increase of 1(19,220 tons com
plied with tho 410,700 tons including
32,000 tons on tho Sandy Valley and
Klkhorn railroad loaded during tho kamp
psriod last year.
Tho Sandy Valley and Klkhorn rail
road is a branch lino of the BaUtmorc
&, Ohio railroad, located iji the Koa
tueky coal fields. .The coal loaded on
this lino is handled fntm Jenkins, Ky..
to Cincinnati, over tho Chesape.iko &
Ohio railroad.
If the present daily average is main
tained during the rest of this month
tho total loading for tho month will
rciicii auout i,9uu,uuu tons, winch is
good loading for this season of the year,
TOBACCO WORMING
IS MADE EASY
Government Gives Method Which Docs
Awa'y With Hand Worming.
Washington, D. C. Tobacco grower
in Ohio, Kentucky, Tenuesseo and .id
joining states are to uso arsenate of
lead in freeing their crops of hornvnrms
tho greatest pest that tho grower in
the dark tobacco districts lias to face
Arsenate of lead is said to bo both elTec
tivo aud safer than Paris green which
has been used extensively against the
pests for some years. With it there i
no risk of burning tho tobacco and this
alone, in the opinion of the government
department of agriculture, makes its use
advisable despite tho somewhat increas
ed expense. In addition it appears, uu
like Paris green, to have no injurious
effect upon the operator.
Until recent years -it wns custoninry
to pick off tho horiiworms by hand
"hand worming" as tho work wns
called. As labor grew scarcer this method
became too expensive and growers
were compelled to employ an insect icide
Of those first employed, Paris green
proved the most satisfactory or rathei
tho least unsatisfactory for It frequent
Iy caused a considerable loss. In 1012
for example, in several fields in Tonnes
see it was estimated that the damage
done by Paris green ranged fiom li
to 25 per cent, of tho gross value of tlu
erop. Exceptional cases are 011 iccon!
where tho damage has run as high as
50 per cent. Arsenate of lead cause
none of this damage, according to state
inouts in Parmer' Bulletin oU."!, "Ar
senato of Lead as an Insecticide Against
tho Tobacco Hornwornis in thg Dark
Tobacco Districts," just published ly
tho V. S. Department of Agriculture. On
ono occasion four acres of Kentucky to
bacco wero treated with an application
of 511 pounds per aero of powdered ar
senate of lead at a time when the worms'
aeraged two to a plant. Two days lator
only four live worms wero found iu the
entire field. Weather conditions uu
doubjcdly contributed to establish thh
extraordinary result, but tliey do uot
account for tho fact that there was 11 j
Injury to the tobacco from poison burn.
Tlio crop was well advanced and at 11
stage when Paris green burn is verj
common.
To secure tho best results, arsenate
of lead should be mixed with some form
of carrier. A number of experiment?
indicate that tho most satisfactory Car
rier Is finely-sifted, freshly-burned wood
ashes of which n quantity at least equal
to that of the poison should bo used.
Tho two should bo mixed ery thorough
ly and thou , applied when there Is no
bree7o and the dqw is still upon the to
bncco, A dust gun more powerful than
tho hand power ones now J 11 general use
Is requisite if' the application is to b
oven, thorough and therefore effective
Tho cost of this treatment deponds
of course, upon tho condition of the
crop. It Is estimated, howovcr, thai
in years when worms are plentiful hand
worming costs from $0 to $10 an acre.
Paris green will do the same amount of
work for uot more than $2 nu acre aud
arsenate of lead at a cost of from $3 to
f.1) nn nere. Prom 3dto 5 pound of .the
lattor should bo used at each nppllca
tlon, not including, of course, the weigh:
of tho carrier.
Although the arsenate can bo ap
plied as a wator spray In the proportion
of three or four pounds to. 100 gallons of
water, tho powdered form is tho one rec
ommended by tho government experts.
It is important, moreover, that thoro
should bo a largo percentage of arsenate
oxide in tho pblon. In ardor to ob
tain this tho custoinpr should insist
upon what Is known a? tho diplumblo
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aud uoMhft trfpluwbjoijforp o aroaale
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The Kind of Syrup
To Use in Summertime
lA Pcund Cans, Gallon and Gal
lon Tin Buckets
M. C
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"WI3F5,BI FlE33STOES
WE HAVE PRICES AND QUALITY
J. C. EVERETT CO.
JOHN W.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
ITBai BeonO m
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MAX MIDDLEMAN
TRANSFER CO.
Transfer and General Hauling. We
make a specialty of large contracts.
Oflice and barn 130 East Second
strppr. Phones Mfi and 228.
DWIN MATTHEWS
DENTIST.
all4, Vint National lianta Untitling,
MAYNVII.LHHY.
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DliUnoe Pbonei f Keildence No. 117.
An A. D. S. Preparation
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
JOHNJD. PECOR, Bvuggist
KILLED BY TRAIN
Mt. Sterling. Itay MeOnrty, 10 year
old, s killed, :iud duck llollearn bad
ly injured when a fast express on the
Che.sapeake nnd Ohio crashed into an
ieo w:i"on.
THE LONE INSTANCE.
"You reinember Xoah liad to work
a long time oil that ark. It was uphill
business, too, at best, building 11 boat
away out on dry land, whilo tho local
anvil and hammer elub sat around spit
ting tobacco juice upon lua lumbei,
whittling up his pine boards with their
jacknives and telling hi in what n fool
ho was for expecting a big rain in a
country that was too ary to grow al
f.ilfa. But he kept at it. Finally the
flood enmo and every mother's son ot
tho croakers was drowned. This is the
only instance we know iu either sacred
or profane history where a bunch of
knockers got exactly what was coming
to them." Tipton (Mo.) Times.
WASHINGTON THEATER.
TONIGHT
COMPLETE
CHANGE
OF
PICTURES
ADMISSION 5c
$15 FORTHIS
GENUINE
MURPHY'S' Jewelry Store.
Plenty of
Bunch
and
Sugar Corn
For Seed.
Mow islheJTime-Jtb Plant
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RUSSELL CO.
ANN OUNOEMENTS.
HOR CONOR1SSS
We nre authorized to announce Hon. W.T
Meld of Cnrtcr C01 nty as a candidate for re
election to Concress Irom the Ninth Ulitrict
subject to the Democratic Primary to be held
on August 1st, 11)11. le most respectfully so
llclts your wixrt.
ri L(lVi.
Arrtv
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.17:35 ru
. 10:60am
t6M0am.
tliltpm.,
M'Sfipm..
..1:15 pm
Dsllr tExopt 8nndfcf
H. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Railway.
Roaadule effective NoV.
30,1013 Subject to obang
wlthput notice.
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TRAINS LKAVK MAYSVILLE, KY.
Wutwarii
t:3l) . m., 8:47 a.m.,
S:13 p.m., dally.
6:30(i. m., 8:16 a. m.,
wfek-i)ay looai.
fi'00 p.m.. dally, looal.
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Saitwara
ma p. to., 8:U p. m.,
10:17(1. m.a&lly.
9:20 a. m., 6:80 p.m.)
8 p. m.,weolc-dyi.
W. WlKOFJf Asent.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
...General.,.
Practitioner
Second Floor MiimmiIo TVinple,
Third nnd MxrkntMti-tieU,
Mttjmvllli., Ky.
Nprrlnl Attention Iti IHm-iim1 i'f tlie
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
IltnUltncf. 124 K Txiitt TtUphonm
office 51, lestdtmeH 0ictAonu, HI Io U
a 111.; 2 to 4p.i". 7 to nil. in. Hmidayt
Ay iiiMiin(.nn(nn'y
TEACHERS JOIN IN TIGHT.
Lexingtou. In closing their' institute
at Jackson the teachers of Broathltt
County adopted a resolution calling
upon tho next Legislature to cnaot a
measure making it unlawful to sell or
otherwise dispose of intoxicating liquor
within four miles of any school in "
State. s ,
Dr. TAULBEE
SURGEON
Special Attention Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Suite it
Fiist National Bank Building.
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Victor-Victrola
PAY CASH FOR YOUR RKCORDa
and 1 per week on the Victrola and
we will place this machine in your
home. It has concealed sounding board,
modifying doors, tapering tune arm and
exhibition sound box.
NKW LINE OF VICTROI,AS
$15, S25, 40, 550, $75, $100, $200
Beans
TIIC LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and .Retail.., r$
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