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'me of the Charges
I) By the
taxes and the
The gentleman, evidently re-
(erred to, whose liquor business
of no consequence, pays county
lixes on $89,r2:.00, directly, mid
much larger sum, indirectly.
T'herc is a greater sum paid by
"'ilo individual, whose poi
"'cter is of the highest.
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lie oojeci oi
"by the whob
fiperfl a few days
EY DOES THIS GEN
riRGER SUM THAN
FIOLE "DRY" COM
.RUT THERE ARE
THE LIST OF BUSI
KEN, WHO SINGLY AND
PAY MORE TAXES Tr
FN COUNTY THAN THE
FLE "DRY" COMMITTEE
Knin it is stated, in said article
tint GG men of this list do not
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rear on tne assessor s dooks.
ITHAT STATEMENT IS AS
'ILD AND UNWARRANTED
LS THE STATEMENT RELA-
5IVE TO THE AMOUNT OF
TAXABLE PROPERTY UPON
WHICH THE COUNTY LEVY
IS PAID WITHIN THE CITY OF
Some few of the names on the
list are persons who came to Mays-
"il'UeuUe from "dry" to(wns recently
who have not noon m '
enough to get t
i hooks, it ajt
I'd that til
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jfao Ya7oll hus returned
ias jfto relatives in Newport.
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f. UNITED STATES 1
1R0VES IT. f
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in Mason county and the peopleof
Maysville. There is no justiHcn
tioil for this disposition no matter
what one's belief may be on the
Prohibition proposition. There
can be no denying that the list
as published represents the moral
and financial integrity of Mays
ville. The "drys" would nttempt to
make the people of Mason county
believe that they should not give
any weight to the concensus of
opiniuon of the business men of
Maysville, yet in an article in the
Daily Independent of September
17th, they would have the people
of Mason county be governed by
the concensus of opinion of the
inmates of the Ohio Penitentiary
They say in that article that 887
inmates of that institution voted
"dry" and that the balance didn't
care to express themselves. Are
the people of Vinson county going
to be governed in this election ly
what is the concensus of opinion
of the business men of Mnvsv"
and also that of the business men,
ot Mason county, or should they
cast their votes in accordance with
the unfortunate inmates of a
neighboring penitentiary and the
voices of a geat number of Mason
Drys" have dropped into
How about this?
win elutivos at Pikovh
Jtiss Krulii Smith loaves
Aashvillo, Tonn., where sho w
Stats 07 puio, Oitt or Toledo, i
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PMtnerol'tbeOrmoj K.J. Cheoey M n0 h0w
butlnmilu the oltyot Toledo.oounlf. 4Ild ,u
roremldf,niltUitild flrmwlU p'j,i.e Ium ,
ONK IIUDUED DOLLAKS fora.rl d,
Hall'iCtarrhOure. lnANK 31. OUBNEY.
Sworn tplwfore me and tnbicrlled Id my cm
wnoetbUatlidayot Deoomber.AIn iB8fl
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nafl'f Catarrh Our? Ii taken ln?tnall vindmt.
dlroUon(he b)oodand muooi7, surfaoei otth
ytem Sendforteitlir iM6t
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rrom Maysville iBacSsBelief Proved
By Lapso of Tlrao,
Bncknche is a iidavy burden;
Nervousness, dlzzlnoss, headache.
Khouuintlc p.iln; urinary ills;
All wear ono out.
Ofton effects of kidney weaktocss.
No use- to euro tbo symptoms,
Belief is but temporary if tho cause
If it's tho kidneys, euro tho causo.
Doau's Kidney I'lils nro for kidnoy
Boad about your neighbor's caso.
Here's Maysville testimony,
Tho kind that can bo investigated.
Mrs. John E. Burns, Maysvillo, Ky.,
says: "Tho statement I gavo before
when I publicly recommended Doau's
Kidney Pills, still holds good. I know
that this remedy is just as represented
as it has been used by ono of my rela
tives with satisfactory results. Doan's
Kiduoy Pills wero procured at Wood
& Son's Drug Storo."
Mrs. Burns is only ono of many Mays
ville peoplo who have gratefully endors
ed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your back
aches If your kldttoys bother you,
don't simply ask for a kidnoy romody
ask distinctly for Doan's
Kidnoy J'llls, tho samo that Mrs. Burns
rocoiumends tho remedy backod by
homo testimony. GOc all stores. Foster
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
"When Your Back is Lamo Bomcm
bar tho Nnmo."
Mr. and Mrs. .Inmes Wood of Kansas
City, Mo., passed through here Sunday
on their way to Vaneeburg for a visit
to relative thcro. Tlioy both had boon
in attendance r.t the Underwriters'
Comeiition in Cincinnati. They re
turned on No. 1 yesterday mornlnj:
mid wore guests at the New Central
Hotel, leaving on No. U for their home
in Kansas City.
Miss Phoebo Waller, daughter of
Hew Maurice Waller of this city, has
returned from Europe nnd has taken
up her work as teacher in ono of the
largest High Schools in New York
The many friends of Miss Anna M
Casey, tho popular Health Nurse, will
regret to learn that sho is confined to
her rooms by illness. '
Miss Ethleen Smith of Dovor, is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. P. Curran,
of East Fourth street.
HELPLESS AS BARF
Down in Mind Ujdfe to Work,
and Whatfllped Her.
n.ITi01'.- Va.-Mis. Anna
tth of this place, says: "I suf-!.-&.r
15. years with an awful pain in
PUxIriEht side, caused from wnm.miv
ubie, and doctored lots for it. but with.
it success. I suffered so very much,
at 1 became down in mind, and as Iielp
ss as a babv. I was in (he wnr?t Umi
")l shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began takinir Cardui. lhr wnnun't
tonic, and trot relief from the'vprv firct
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot-
nes, my iieaim was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years years old, but feel as
good as I did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losinc
my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak
in Its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
pteuliar to women, it will certainly bo
nn your wnne to give cardui a trial.
s Decn neimnn weak women for
old privately previously, au.l
ii! tho gorjoua condition of my
I will offor at Public Salo to the
bidder on October 14th, 1914,
two o'clock, p. 111., at tho courthouso
Ti Maysville, Ky., my farm, containing
no hundred and fifty-two acres, two
rods nnd twenty-six poles. It is sit
uated on tho Minerva and Dovor turn
pike, about ono nnd a half miles from
Fern Leaf. This farm has on it a rev
idenco of nino rooms and anothor house
of five rooms, and tho accessary out
buildings; also a sploudid tobacco barn,
eighty-four fcot long, a stripping houso
and largo loo houso. It is woll fenced,
with woven wlro fenco, and woll
watorcd. Is all in grass but about
fifteon ncros, which is in com. I have
no hesitancy in stating'that ih'fs'ia one
of tho best farms in that location of the
county, all of tho land is walnut, sugar
troo and ash, grows a very fino qualltj
of tobacco. Thoro is also an abundance
of locust timber and sufllciont fruit. It
is convenient to ono of thoyest schools
ir. tho country, with four school whgons
passing to convoy tho children to school
also sovdrnl churches noar, and Is in a
splendid neighborhood, which is vory
essential in socking a 'location Tho
farm will bo offorod as a wholo and lit
two tracts, as it can bo divided and
mnko two nice-size farms with a houso
on onch, Possession given November
3rd, 1014, with tho exception of tho
corn laud, which will bo whon tho com
is cribbed, Terms of salo, ono-hulf of
tho purchase money Novomber 3rd, 1914,
and tho otlior one-half in ouo and two
years, with a lion retainod an tho laud
mid six per cont. interest per annum on
doforrod payments If tho purchasor
r.rofors theycau pay all cash, Tho right
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Special Attention Eye, tor,
Nose and Throat.
riist National Bank Uullding.
, -Ullr tKxrrplSnudk
H. H. KLLIS, Ak'dI.
Plipcnnpnlp & fllilft
ff Schedule elTeotlTe Nov.
; 10, 1 Via. BUDJOlloon-.ng-wltliout
TRAINS I.KAVK MAYSVILLK, KY.
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W. W WIKOKI' A?D
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Srriinil Fluor Mnniuilo Temple,
Th ltd mill Mnrkntritreetit,
! Inl AUfUllmi lo l)li'io r (lip
Eye, Car, Nose, Threat.
Utiidtnct. m K TMrdSt Ttltphant
office Si, tetldenee S. Office hourt, w lo 13
a m.; j! (o 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. suttJilyt
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Loon snaiiiK lruioe No. 5Vi.
D1itnrBPhoneR-ecnrf yn ,w
vPirst National Bank Building.
Fl i Iro.l.l.
Office Phoae 37. Home Phone 96.
17 E. Second St., Maysvllfe, Ky.
DR. E. Y. HICKS
HOURS-9:30, 12, 1:30, 4
flG'$ Court Strcot
CAMERA AND KODAK
Wo will eontinuo during the
month of September to develop
free all Ii ma bought from up,
charging only for tho print?.
Prompt, work. Neatly done.
Snmo prico. Bottoi quality.
JOHN C. PECQ'
22 WEST SECOND STREET. MAYSVILL
A manulacturer 1
tire surplus stock of
3 X?g (ft! TV f? 3 !n
At a most opportune time we a
opportunity of making their dollars go twiou
lot consists of the most serviceable, stylish and v.
wear for boys and girls. Bring the children her
needs and convince yourself of these groat valur
Early Fall Special Ladies' Stylish
Button Shoos in l'.itont Lo.it hor and
Oun Mot.il, liifth nnd low lieols; n groat
Growing Girls' depondnlo School Shoos
that combine stylo and durability
Tatont and Gun Metal; hU-os 2Vi to 0,
jflt.OO value. Special $M9
Mi8soa mill Childron'rt Cloth Top
SIioch iu Patent- and Gun Motal.
Sizes 8Vj to II 51-21
IIVj to 2 51.19
SPECIAL--Hisses and Children's $1.50 Butt
is your opportunity, now ia the time to
get one of our up-to-date hats, suits, or
cloaks. If once you see our goods and hear
our pricep, you will thank your judgment
for coming to see us.
Just take a look at our $12 50 suits.
Just try one of
hats at half the regular price.
Just get us to show you our skirts iroy
Just come in to inspe ct our cloaks br
If you give us a trial we'll giveybu the
style. . y
The best for the least atur bargain
Time rolls away so coflle in today.
WeWht Your Trade
y Consequently our aim is to
please by saving you money
and handling only first-class
goods. Whether your pur
chase is large or small it
will receive our best attention.
McILYAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Maimers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, Ky.
Wo have about 200 buehols
to pell for Cash. Prieos Right.
Farm For Sale
We have for sale the 8i-acre
farm of Mr. Charles Ingram,
located in Helena Precinct.
The improvements on this
farm consist of a five-room
house (new,) stock barn and
and tobacco bam. Place is
well fenced and well watered.
Land all in grass but about
twelve acres. Here is a nice
little farm that is priced worth
the money on easy terms.
'i hi ii i ii mi a, ijpWailt
our up-to-the minute
g'TORE " SS,,
of good uew Timothy Seed
Our stock consists
of the most elabo-
h Jjaaorv?d to'rojoe,fc any and all bids if