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BHEp? ' "Tuxedo is always welcome. A
nHSi pleasant smoke, a menial bracer
lM' Irli'nl Inhnrm."
GEORGE E. PHILLIPS
Mayor of Covlneton, Kentucky
"A good pipe, and Tuxedo to fill
it, and I'm satisfied. The tobacco
in the little green tin has no rival
as far as I am concerned. "
Who Has a Match?
In tho front room two lovers vowed,
And kept tho lamp iu doubt;
Tlio lamp soon saw three was a erovvd,
And o the lamp went out. Luke.
Twenty pavaonyers were injured
Wednesday afternoon when a train w.
derailed near Wichita KiiIIh, Tex.
An injunction has been granted by
tho Federal Court in a suit recently
brought in 'West Virginia to test the
"Mue Sky" law of that State.
Bills to reinstate Capts. .lohn IT. flib
bons and Frank K. Hill, of the navy, re
cently retired by the " plucking board"
wcro favorably voted on by a House
Louisville is to get $1,:D0,00I) and
Lexington $."100,000 of tho crop loan
fund assigned to Kentucky, according
to tentative plans of the Treasury De
BECKHAM CLAIMS NINE
Louisville, Ky., July 29. Beckham
managers today mado tho claim that
Beckham will carry nine districts and
havo 27,500 majority. They concede
Stanley only the Second district, with
a stand off in J.ouisville.
Wm ' HENRY HUTT
s'bII. faiuoui artUt
Ifaffiw' purest Jobacco grown.
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PLENTY OF CARS ON C. 0. RAILWAY.
GET READY TO GO. BIG TIME.
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
SEPT. 14th to 19th, 1914
$3,000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE
$1,000 Light Harness Stake $1,000 Roadster Stake
Student' Judging Contest Farmer Boys' Encampment
TROTTING AND PACING RACES EACH DAY
Fine Exhibit of Horses, Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Field
Seed and Grain, Horticulture and Woman' Handiwork
CLEAN MIDWAY AND FREE ATTRACTIONS
Reduced Railroad Rate
J. L. DENT,
70 Paul Jonc BuiUm,
You Smoke a "Better" Tobacco
Why Not Smoke The Best?
THE tobacco you now smoke you con
sider "better tobacco than you ever
smoked before." Naturally, you kept
trying until you found a "better" one.
But it stands to reason that since there is
a difference in tobaccos, you may be miss
ing still greater pleasure in a still better smoke
in the BEST smoke, in fact.
TuYpdn is the best smoke because no
better tobacco leaf grows, and no process of
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
We know that Tuxedo is made of the
BEST tobacco rich, mellow, perfectly aged
Kentucky Burlev. None better can be
bought, because none better is grown.
It is treated by the famous original Tuxedo
Process" for removing the sting and bite of the
natural vegetable oils.
Tuxedo was born in
appeared two years later.
Sine then a host of imi
tations have sprung. up.
No other tobacco can
give the unique pleasure
of Tuxedo because no
other maker has yet been
able to equal the Tuxedo
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO
Famoui green tin with gold let- "J f
tering, curved to fit the pocket JL vIC
Convenient pouch, inner 'lined
with moisture-proof paper . .
In Glatt Humidort SOc and 90c
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Secretary Daniels has recommended
curtailment of the pay of joiing re
tired naval mid marine ollicers.
All shops were closed and 200,000
people stood bareheaded and silent
during the funeral of the threo peisons
killed last Sunday at Dublin.
FARM AND STOCK NOTES.
Last week, L. D. Writt sold to lion".
S. F. Heed, 14 head of registered Short
horn cattle, consisting of 4 cows, 1
calves, one yearling male and 3 yearling
heifers, at n fancy price. Mr. Heed
will take tho cattle to his farm near
I'll i I Chiiin, in London, Fug,, with
Jeff Livingstone, of Cincinnati, have
notified friends in Kentucky that they
will buy $1,000,000 worth of the best
thoroughbred liortcs in Europe, ship
them to Lexington and establish the
greatest breeding plant in America.
J I. D. Stevens, Jr., of Savannah, Oa
has bought from C. L. Kerr, of Fayette,
the eros country jumping gelding,
Chadwick, a half thoroughbred sixteen
hands high. He
is a chestnut) with
At Winchester, W. II. Whaley, of
Paris, bought 1,03:1 head of sheep from
different parties at prices ranging from
I ft.GO to $4.70. Tho rnulo mnrkct was
rather dull with prices steady. Five o.-
six pairs were sold at prices ranging
around $100. About COO cattle were on
the market, all of them being sold at
prices ranging from $5.50 to $0.10. The
market was rather dull.
BATTLE OF MEXICO"
FoCuUu and Entry Blsak Aillr
1904. Its first imitator
Mixing a Little Fun With Relig
ion at Rugrjlts Campmeetirg
Letter is Full of
Ifuggles ('ampgrouuiN, July 20, 101 1.
Tho annual meeting of the Camp
meeting Association took place at !! a.
in. today. The Association is composed
of the ministers of tho Ashland and
Covington Districts with the laymen on
the Hoard of Directors. A large attend
mice was present. The reports showed
tho Association to be in a thriving con
dition. The present Hoard of Directors
was re-elected as follows: Pastors of
the churches at Maysville, Fast Mays
ille, Tolesboro and Vaucoburg, with
laymen I. M. Lane, John It. Brodt, M.
A. Wnllingford, W. P. Hovvnian ami
.1. It. Ilinton. Tho ollicers of the Asso
ciation are Presidcut J. Q. Dover; vice
president, W. IT. Dickorsou; Secretnry,
0. B. Plummer; Treasurer, M. A. Wnll
ingford. Immediately upon the adjournment of
tho Association, tho Board of Directors
met to organize for next year. Ollicers
were chosen as follows: President, I.
M. Lane; Secretnry, J. M. Literal;
Treasuicr, M. A. Wnllingford. They
then ndjourned to meet Monday at S
a. in. to close up tho business interests
of tho present meeting.
A big bunch of our young folks were
up with the birds this morning, prepara
tory to a hike to Sugar Loaf inuuii
tnin. It was a gay party that started a
little after six o'clock With lunches and
other necessary things for a journey.
Tho following composed the party:
U. O. Degman, driver of the
Miss Lottio Iloskins and Mrs. J. If
"Teddy" Muse, chief inspector
Howell Richardson, inspector of bugs
John Will Hnrdymnn, inulo inspector.
Itichard Thomas and Charles Coryell
and fiasby Farrow, scouts.
Howard Trent, chief ladies' man.
Indian Maidens, Oraco Morris, Ida
Owens, Florisa Clilchor and Myrtle
Olrls to Seo that Trent Didn't Oet
Lost: Misses Julia (IrltUth, Carrie
Muso, Lilllo Muso, Fannio Soyster, Mary
Willis and Sarah Marshall, and Nanuio
TI(oy roport tho tlmo of their lives
However, it could bo plainly soon that
they woro n weary bunch that "blow
in" tho grounds late in ttie nftornoon.
But they climbed tbo mountain, a nil
Were consequently happy,
Hov. E, B. Hill of Vaucoburg nrriv-
Tho following' loft tho "grounds JtorCsa
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i -r-t k. i.i i. '.vans t i. iv,. i-tnijfl.fmnr. .iiiw v u- urr.-i n j i
their homes thts morning! Rev. F, 't
Kelly, Boyd Nicholson, and Mrs. unrrj
Carroll and children.
That mule joke was surely cruel
to the mule. The poor brute alter hav
lug been forcibly ejected without core
moiiy iroiu tho preachers tent, spent
the night in braying out in the woods,
expressive of It Is deep sorrow at beliiy
so cruelly treated. The guilty parties
havo not as yet been detected, but as a
certain person was seen to bo takin
the nainos of that "hiking" pnrty this
morning, suspicions have nrisen that
those youngsters thought it would bo n
Ilftlo more healthy on top of Sugar Loaf
mountnin today than at the camp
ginunds. As we write these notes we nro oc
casionally glancing at an entrancing
-sight. Tho sun is ne.irly down, its beau
tiful rays making a beautiful sight as
they shine through tho stately trees.
Out on the campus are three or four
games of croquet and n tennis court in
fulltilt, each game being watched by
largo crowds of spectators. What
pleasure theso people are having! One,
who has not had a similar experience
can not appreciate the pleasure ot
theso occasions. In a little while the
supper bell at the hotel will ring, and
"good night" for games! But suppoi
will soon bo disposed of, and as tin
shades of evening como on tho folks
can be seen promenading until churcl
Mrs. J. IF. Dodson came out this after
noon to stay over Sunday. She is .i
guest at the Bierbowor cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wnllingford were
visitors in camp today.
iMisses Maribel Simons and Almeida
Huff are visitors at the Simons cot
tage. Mrs. Minnie Wallingford of Mays
ille, joined the campers today.
Rev. L. E. Williams is the latest ad
ditiou to the ever increasing force of
The young ladies of the camp, met at
0 a m. today and formed an orgauira
turn to be known as the Ruggles Camp
meeting Club, with tho following olfi
cers: Miss Virginia Mae Hurd. presi
dent; Miss Nellie Cooper, first vice prc.
talent; Miss Lena. Henderson second
vice president; and Miss Retta Herbert,
leeretary. As explained yesterday, this
organization is for the promotion of tin
best interests of the campmeeting. Thi
exact number of members was not oh
tainable but was largo and tho leader'
are encouraged and the girls are en
Mr John Crane who has been on tha
sick list for a few days is some im
proved this evening.
Rev. C. B. Plummer, a home boy wa
the morning preacher today. It hasn I
been so many years since us a little red
headed hoy he was playing in the cami
meeting straw. Since entering the miii
istry he has mado good, being the pasto'
of a growing church at Louisa, Kv
He was greeted by a large congregatioi
of relatives and friends in addition to
the regular campers. His sermon was
good, well ra'eeived and made a faor
able impression on all. His relative
and frieuals have every ri'asou to hi
glad that he has entered the ministry.
Dr. Buntou gave his fifth address thi"
afternoon in his great series on Chris
tinn doctrine. There is uo lliiuiiiishim
of the interest iu these meetings.
Dr. Lewis preached this evening from
the tot "1 will arise and go to mv
father. ' There were neaily a thou
sand people present.
And tho campmeeting goes on.
many moro tlays for its pleasure.
the best is to come. From now
it ti t i
tho end will be the biggest crowds
and the better acquainted wo get the
moro will all enjoy tho days as thov
eonin and go.
J. H. RICHAKDSO.V.
LUKE McLUKE SAYS.
Almost every man knows tho prettiest
girl iu the world. And she is always a
The lad who brags that ho is getting
paid for what ho does and not for what
ho knows never gets more than $10 per
Thero was a time when they woro cor
set covers on their shoulders. Now
adays they are wearing them around
We may bo wrong, but we will always
maintain that any woman who has t.
arry a gun to Defend Her nonor hasn'
in licit to defend.
Tho way of the transgressor is hard.
Just nbout the time an ultra seo-more
skirt comes along the doggono sun
dodges behind a cloud.
Tell n man that ho is lovel-headed and
ho will want to buy you a drjnk. Toll
him that ho is flat-headed and ho will
want to knock your block olf.
Ono reason why n iiinn won't touch
water the .Night Betore is because it
takes about nil there is in tho river to
get tho-Sea Lions, Door Mats, Old Muffs
and Feathor Pillows out of his mouth
on the Morning After.
Once upon a time a man who had been
married for ten years carelessly and
thoughtlessly brought his wife homo a
box of candy. And four doctors had to
work for eight hours boforo tho poor
woman recovered from tho shock.
A man has a little respect for an
onory mutt who sots fire to nn orptinn
asylum. But a guy who catches four
of n kind when you nro holding n pat
full lion ho is seven degrees lowor than a
Siwash Indinn who feeds his baby on
Thero is n whole lot in n namo. Twon
ty years ngo the bocMoii hands on the
railroads wore cheap outfits known as
Sand Hogs and floaso Monk Suits. Now
the railroad officials Are woarltiL' the
samo thlngr'but they havo changed the
Inamo 'to yalm'Bcach4'Sutta " . "
Woman Tolls About Vinol
Fort Edward, N. Y. "I wna weak,
run-down, nervous nnd dizzy. I tried
cod liver oil emulsions nnd other rem
edies without benefit. A friend told
me nbout Vinol nnd after taking two'
uutkica x am BirunK anu wen so i can uo
my own housework onco more." Mrs.
Elmer Glidden, Fort Edward, N. Y.
If Vinol fuils to create strength and
energy for tho run-down, weak and
debilitated, vo roturn your money.
John O. Pecor, Druggist, Maysville, Ky.
Another thing if it Is true tnnt all
men are bom equal, why do they deny
1t as soon ns they get old enough to
Rot) Lingerie Dresses .fl.r.0. The
f'.f'O Dresses irii.fiO. White and colors.
A few $10 Linen Suits $0.G0. New Smart
NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION IN
Notice is hereby given that an eleC'
tiou will be held at tho School build
ing iu Educational Division No. , Sub'
Division No. 2, oa the 1st day of -Au
gust, 1011, from one until five o'clock
i. in., upon tho question of whether or
not a tax of fifteen cents shall bo levied
on each $100 of taxable property for
local school purposes.
By order of the County Board of Ed
ueation of Mason County.
-JESSIE O, YANCEY, Chairman.
C. F. OWENS, Secretary.
COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS
Many Maysville People Havo Found
This to Be True.
Are you wretched in bad weather!
Does every cold settle ou your kid
neys f .
Does your back ncho and become
Are urinary passages irregular and
Theso symptoms aro cause to sus
pect kidney weakness.
Weakened kidneys Meed quick help.
Doan's Kiduoy Pills aro especially
prepared for weakened kidneys.
Grateful people recommend them.
A. Sorries, locksmith, Aberdeen, 0
aays: "Tho action of my kidneys was
ii tegular and the kidney secretions con
tained sediment. I had backache and
rthv.i stooping, it was hard for me to
straighten. Colds always settled on my
kidneys. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
md they stopped the troubIo;.aiid my
Mdncys became strong. "
Tho above is not au isolated case. Mr.
Sorries is only one of many in this
vicinity who have gratefully endorsed
DoaM's. If your back aches if youi
kidneys bother you, don't simply ask
for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills, tho same that Mr.
Sorries had. GOo all stores.. Foster
Vtilbiim Co. Props.. Buffalo. N. Y.
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Pimple and Blackhead Treatment
Wi inkle Treatment
Warts and Moles Itemoved
Hot Oil Treatment
Special Attention Olven to Baldness
Hair Carefully Matched in Color and
Texture, or Mado Up From
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Fifth Floor, First National Bank Bldg.
Dry Cleaned and Pressed. .
Wet Gleaned and Pressed.
We guarantee tho Dry Process
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We havo all our dry cleaning
done by tho Fenton Dry Cleaning
Company of Cincinnati, O. This
plant was equipped at a cost of
ovor $100,000 and is one of tho
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f AVMVti i.i .Kt
Tranpfer and General Hauling. We
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Oflice and barn ISO East Second
frpt. PhnnpR 14fi And '228.
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Loch I nnd Long I Office No. 66S.
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If you do not own a kodak we can save you money.
The lens and the shutter are most important.
Come in and we will convince you that our cameras are equalled by none.
Your films will be developed and printed promptly and satisfactorily.
JOHN O. PECOR
An elderly man doesn't much earj
what becomes of his nionev so lonx as
hi- relatives do not- j;et it.
At the convention of the Loyal Order
of Moose :i resolution opposing prohibi
tinn w.is pteit'iited by Judge Henja
mill l Clark, of St, Louis.
President Wilson has decided not to
oppose the reiioniiuatioii or re-eleetioii
of Demoeratie members of Congress
who have supported the party policies,
regardless of local or State alliliatioiis.
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eftieof Uatiirrb tbtUoaunotbe cured by Ilall'i
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"TIIE SONG IN THE DARK"
S. & A. Drama in Two Parts
"THE EYES HAVE IT"
$15 FGERNSiUl Victor-Victrob
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I'OR CONGRKSS ''
We nre authorized to announce Hon. W.J
fields of Carter County as a candidate for re
election to Cangrei from tlie mmh District
Riibjtct to the Democratic Primary to beheld
nil AuguRl 1st, 11)11. He most respectfully so
lit-itx jour hupport.
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H. 8. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
tabedule e(TeoT Nov.
30,1913. Subject to ohtnge
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE. RT.
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8:13 p. nuddlly
6:30 a,. m., 8:16 &. m., I
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Seconal Floor Mnonnlo 1mple,
Third and M irketHtreetn,
t Mnyavlllai, Ky.
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Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
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offteflit, rfsiitntcfl. I'fftct finiui, in io i?
a m.; s to 4 p. i". 7 tun i. tn. ifumtayi
Lawn and flaxon 7."e and $1 Blouse
HOC. Voile .and flaxon .25, $1.30. '
Mouses 30c. Hunt's.
Our idea of a competent wife is one
who makes her husband toe tho mark,
foot the bills, hop over ther thumb,
quake at the knees, hold his tongue,
wash his neck, shut his mouth, wipe oil
his chin and hand her boquets. -
Special Attention Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Fitst National Bank Building.
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home. It has concealed sounding board,
modifying doors, tapering tune arm and
exhibition sound box.
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