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THE MOVIES MAKE YOU BNISN.
It wits passed by tjUo Ohio State Board of Cen
sors nil right at lJnst tho film wus so totaled.
There- wero about Mi por cent, children attending
and tho picture wis shown last Saturday night.
Boccaccio might linvjo planned it. As the story ran
a young couple wcio in love, but tho girl's parents
refused to invito the young man to a week-end
party. So, at the! suggestion of the girl,- the boy
dressed up in girl'L clothes and attended the party.
There were one ot two scenes of tho lloptainoron
kind, but the ju Juiilcs yelled with appreciative de
light at one scenfc where the mother, meeting the
.boy in skirts, said, "Wo are a littlo crowded and
you must share ji bed with my daughter."
"What 1 want to know is, where wero the Cen
sors?. You seewhat you arc up against, do you
not? If a salojin ran tlint kind of a thing as a side
show tho yell Of protest would bo heard from Dan
to Beorshoba.-f-Jnck Random in Kiplcy Bee.
BETTER PENROSE THAN APOSTLES OF NOTHING
Pennsylvania is satisfied with Penrose, but Penn
sylvania was satisfied with Quay in times past.
Pennsylvania is satisfied with Penrose because he
represents Republican Protection, sound money and
all the othcij national policies that has made the
United States tho foremost power in the world,
despite thetromendous handicap of Bryan and his
pack of theorists.
Penrose Mirny have a chocolate reputation, but
he's there with the political and economic punch
and in the language of the average American citi
zen, ho "delivers tho goods." ,
HOW PENROSE HOOKED THE BULL.
How things do change. Penrose received moro
Yotes in Pennsylvania than the Bull Moose received
in the nation, yet the chief bull of the herdniade a
personal fight against him on almost every stump
in tho aato. Portsmouth Times.
WiSrCOURT KNOCKS PROHIBS.
lding that the Oklahoma Courts had inter-
led the state liquor laws as not applicable to in-
tato commerce, tho Supreme Court dismissed
attack on the constitutionality of the statute.
Woman suffrage fared pretty well in the states
.lhero it was not tied up with prohibition, knowl
edge of which fact may bo of service to us leadors
fn future contests. Now York World.
PO GETS MUCH MORE?
Three square meals a day and money to spend at
uhe picture shows is in no wise evidence of starva
tion time's or oven financial embarrassment.
Moiunesville, Texas, Register.
Considering his font with Colonel "Wntterson
'President Wilson can claim honor as a lion tamer
if not a lion hunter. Cleveland Leader.
It scorns to bo taking
ducks to pursue them in
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mean ndvantago of the
to their own element with
GO horse-power machinefs. Now York Sun.
Boforo tho war bcgai
tants to tho squaro m
And now it probably
i Bolgium had more inhabi-
o than any other country.
ms moro dead men to tho
squaro mile. Indianapolis Nows.
REST FOR NOVEMBER.
Having saved tho sljato, November has nothing to
do but watch the wafr nows, cat its Thanksgiving
r.nrkov nnd bo !rono.-i-Kov York World.
HIGH COST OF TARRIFFlt
II 1! l.l .....nI
lveuuni" uiiiHuuii i
returns wore only an
of tariffing, WnshijJ
ho lines it looks ns though the
father instance of tho high cost
STILL ON THE MAP,
The Colonel's stijll on tho map as the father-in-law
of the Hon. Nicholas Longworth. New York
NOT THE LEAST BIT PF
Cotton may sti
bo king, but it nevertheless
shows a strong devro to cultivate acquaintance with
tho common people. Pes Moines Capital.
THE DEMOCRATIC HYMN.
Incidentally tw favorite Democratic hymn is
"Somewhere tho I Sun is Shining," Philadelphia
FOR THE BENEFIT OF SCIENCE.
Perhaps Col. Ijoosevelt will give tho remains of
tho progressive jlirty to science. Brooklyn Eagle.
The corresnon.leut ot the Central News at Ae-
crington, in Lancashire says that the general opin
ion among cottoi manufacturers is that because of
the war the niiUis of Lancashire nnd Cheshire and,
in fact, of the wAiole country will he forced to close
"Prohibition! is the joke of the century. Here we
are to have so-called prohibition in Mason county
just at the tim
' saloons are to open in Ripley and
AVonder wluit tho Ciovernor of Ohio has to say
to the Governor of Kentucky concerning the "re-
versal of form" on the liquor question?
f THE DRAWN SWORD.
' PliilaiU'lplihi Public Ledger.)
A iirofcssor'uf tlio university, who is cry jiojiulur amoiijf
tlio htiuleiits, .was ciitcrtnining n grutip of thorn nt bis resi
ileiioo one nidlit. Taking ilown a inngnifii'iMit sword tliat
hung oor thef
fireplace, he brandished it about, exclaiming:
I forget the day I drew this blado for the
1 you draw it, h?" an awe-struck freshman
At n rajlle," .said tlio professor.
WHAT'S IN A NAME7
(loraldiiufl AVilliam means good; Jamos means beloved.
I wonder ('lushing) what Oeorgo nie"hn8.
ilrs. FoiRlliojies: Well, daughter, lot us -liopo that
(leorgo means business. December Woman's llonjo Com
cause or ras downfall.
(Prom Tlio Philadelphia Ledger.)
Visitor What brought you licroT
J'risonor I owes njc downfall to a woman.
Visitor-i-How was thnt, nij' dear manf
Priscnorf Slio yelled for the police.
SPRING WHEAT FLOU
CHEAPEST AND BEST FLOUR. UNITfD STATElS
GOVEBMVmNT TE.ST PROVES IT.
Article! KntrgylOc Willllluy
Deer, nirloiti 410
Mutton, kg 411
Milk 1030 Mi v
l'ork.Iolu 1035 Hi
Cheese lltW Hi
Duller W MM
Wlieat DrenUfust Hoods. 1 IW) Mia
Klce W nasi
PoLioc aw MfMHWI
Ueani.drled 80)0 HHMHHM
GOLD Ml'.DAI, 1T.OUK C")I0 tMMMMMKMI.Ml
' p' l"l
ENERGY, MUSCLE aud STRENGTH-GIVING QUALIFIES.
One pound of COLD MEDAL FLOUR, will go Uft far as two wfuiids
of best meat,
BUY A SACK FROM YOUR GROCER
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
- HELP THE KIDNEYS
Maysvlllo BcaderB Aro Learning The
It's tho littlo kidney ills
The lamo, weak or aching back
The unnoticed urinary disordors
That may lqad ta dropsy and Bright'
When tho kidnoys u.ro weak,
Holp them with Doan's Kidnoy Pills
A romedy especially for weak kid
noys. Doan'a have boon used In kidney
troubles for CO years.
Endorsod by 30,000 peoplo endors
ed at homo. '
Proof in a Maysvlllo citizon's state
ment. W, P. Lynch, 127 W. Third St., Mays
vlllo, Ky.( says: "My Kidnoys ware
weak and the passagos of tho kidnoj
secretions wero scanty and paintul.
Having used Doan's Kidnoy Pills bo
foro, I again got a box and thoy quick
ly rostorcd ny kidnoys to a normal
Mr. Lynch is only ono of many Mays
vlllo peoplo who havo gratefully en
dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your
back aches If your kidneys bother
you, don't simply ask for a kidney rem
edyask distinctly for Doan's KidVoy
Pills, io samo that Mr, Lynch had
mo remedy pickou y nomo icauraony,
60o all atpros,,, Fpstor-MllburnvCo,!
-Props., Bbtfalof.N. Y.n 'WhnuYovr
Nourishment fine fla
vor purity crispness
for 5 cents, in the
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
baked and fresh de
livered, xo cents.
A delishtful new -biscuit,
with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla
vor. Crisp and always
fresh, xo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that Name
OLD CUSTOM STILL SURVIVES
Austrian Peasants Retain the Subier-
vlency That Was Enforced Dur
ing Days of Feudalism.
Wbllo I was tlio guest of Prlnco A.
nt bis Austrian castlo, writes a con
tributor to Chambers' Journal, Prln
oess Knrl took mo undor her special
guidance. Slio Insisted that I should
make acquaintance with tho village
tho morning after my nrrlvnl.
"You had bettor put on gloves, or
at any rate tho right-hand glove," she
suld, as I met her at tho great en
trance. "I novcr wear gloves If I can help
lt" I answered. "And on a hot day
She laughed. "Well, I havo warned
you. You must buy your experience."
We descended tho Bteep slopo to tho
village, nnd stopped at tho post ofllco;
It was likewise a cafo and a general
provision storo. Several peasants sat
nt a tablo drinking beer, nnd two or
th .eo women wero talking with the
postmistress. When wo entered, tlio
postmistress ran from behind hor
counter, tho peasants rose from their
bench, and crowding round tho Prin
cess Karl, they all kissed her right
hand. To my Intense surprise, nftcr
they had kissed tho princess' hand,
they each bestowed a similar atten
tion on me.
"I warned you to wear a glove,"
said tho prlncesB, when tho ceremony
was over. "Now you know tho reason,
You will flmMhnt whenever you meet
peasantB, they will kiss your hand,
They oven leave their work In the
fields, and run out Into tho road If
thoy seo you passing. Last year a
youhg attache from the French em
bassy was staying here, and ho had a
great fright. Ho was walking along a
road between some bean fields. Tho
peasants were taking in tho harvest,
and to his horror ho saw them all, men
and women, suddenly throw down
their scythes nnd rakes and rush to
ward him from both sides. He was
convinced that thoy wero going to at
tack and rob him; and so ho took to
his heels and ran. Ho never stopped
until ho got to tho Schlosa; to this day
ho will not bollevo thnt the poor peas
ants only wished to kiss his hand as a
mark of respect to an excellenz. At
my homo In Hungary ITIS peasants
kneel down nnd kiss tho hem of your
In these days such subservience
seems -incredible; but tho custom is a
survival of tho days when fell tho peas
ants wero slaves, and the nobles had
tho power of llfo and death over them.
Commisioncr of Agriculturo J. W.
Newman ordered his ofllco removed
from Frankfort to Loulsvlllo to light
tho eattlo plague.
Nino' out of fourteen National Hanks
in Hostou voted against particlpatlng-
iu tho 1115,000,000 cotton pool. Two
voted for it.
The effort to provo tho validity of
tho J010 or earlier will of Lillian Nor
dlca was beguu by hor husband in
tMlt Mnnsftejd. wasglyon a Wo on
oncd T.itf GlascoW.forvtho)5murdot' -of
WOULD AID COTTON GROWLS.
Flour-MIIIInq Firm Urges Its Custom
ers to Accept Deliveries of Prod- '
uct In Cotton Sacks. ' '
In order to increase tho demand for .
cotton, ono of tho largest, flour-milling 1
firms In America has directed Us J
mnnagers and salesmen all over tho t
country to urge Its customers to nc-
cept deliveries ot flour that are 1
shipped In cotton Instead of Juto 1
sacks. Illthrrto Juto imported from
India haB been used extensively for
shipments of flour, both to homo and
foreign markets. Tho sacks omploycd
hold 140 pounds each. If tho trado
can be Induced to accept shipments
In cotton sacks holding 98 pounds
each, there will bo a marked lncreaso
In tho demand for homo-grown cot
ton, and tho action of tho flour-milling
Arm Is regarded as a long step In
this direction. Anything that will
improve tho financial condition of tho
cotton growers, It Is pointed out,
will lncreaso tho volume of their cash
purchases and thus benefit general
business conditions. For this reason
It Is believed that the trado will not
insist on tho juto sacks used hitherto.
One Result of War of 1812.
Ono hundred yeafs ago tho War of
1812 had virtually closed so far as
tho operations In tho North were con
cerned. Hencoforth tho activities of
tho opposing forces wero to bo con
fined to tho South. Tho hope of ob
taining tho Florldas had encouraged
the Southern states to enter Into tho
war Tho president had expected con
gross to approve tho seizure of Span
ish Florida. Andrew Jackson, as the
most prominent military man in tho
South, was appointed major general
of mllltla. Congress was at first re
luctant to net In the matter of Florida,
which belonged to Spain, a friendly
power. Dut at last a bill was signed
authorizing tho seizing of Western
Florida and the occupation of Mobile,
Pensacola and other points. Shortly
afterward Pensacola was captured.
This was the only gain of territory
made during tho war.
Saturday, Nov. I4th, Is Sale
Day at the New York Store
New shipments pf Ladies' and Children's Coats, Ladies'
Suits and Dresses. A big lot of Millinery. These goods were
bought way under the market and will be sold cheap.
aSTALSO PRESENTS GIVEN WITH YOUR PURCHASE.
Special No. i i-yard wide Oil Cloth 19c yard.
Special No. 2 2-yd. wide Oil Cloth, slightly soiled, 20c yd.
Special No. 3 Ladies' fine quality Underskirt in colors,
50c quality, 25c.
Special No. 4 Ladies' heavy Outing Gowns, extra size,
Special No. 5 Ladies, all-wool Sweaters in white and
Ladies' Black Coat $2.98, worth $6.
Special No. 7 Ladies' elegant Coats $3.98 and $4.98.
Special No. 8 Ladies' 12 and $15 Suits $8.98.
Special No. 9 1.50 Comforts and Blankets 98c.
Special No. 10 ?3 Trimmed Hats $1.49.
NEW YORK STORE s- STP"""1,
COUGHLIN & COMPANY
LIVERY, FEED AND
Important Inheritance Decision.
A suit Involving tho right of a hus
band to the life use of real estate
left by his wife wns heard by tho ap
pellate division of the supreme court
In Yung vs. Plake, In which It ap
peared that Anna Louise Yung, who
died in 190G, left certain real estato.
Her will made no provision or hor
husband nor for an Infant daughter
by her marriage to him, who was
born after the will was executed. Tho
court held that under the laws of Now
York tho child was entitled to tho
samo share of the estato it would
havo received If the mother had died
Intestate, and that by reason of this
fact the father had the life use of tho
property Inherited by tho child.
Suite 4, First National Bank Buldlng,
Ijopal and Long Distance Phones:
I Ofllco No. 005. Eesidcnco No. 127
WHEN THE TIME ARRIVES THAT YOU ARE ESPECIALLY
INTERESTED IN ANY KIND OF
wo can show vmi whore it will ho to your advantage to trade
here. Wi'h us QUALITY MEETS PRICE, which rueaus
be host in quality ai ibe lowest possib'o price, aud whjm
wo aid that oi.r guarantee is included, can you do aa
McILVAIN, HUMPHREYS & POX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
207 Sulton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, fc
Mrs. Newlyrlch My dog Is wonder
Miss Caustic Will ho eat from
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
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Time cant effective Sutulay, October 18, 11)11.
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Schedule elTactlve Nov,
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TBAIN8 LEAVE MAYSVILLK, KY.
6:3U a. in., 8:47 a.m.,
J:13p. ro., dully.
5:30 a. m., tl:l6 a. m
5 00 P.m.. dully, looal.
W. W. WIKOFR1 Aepnt
1HU p. ro., 8:C8 p. ro.
10 -17p.ro. dally.
0".'Ha. ro.. 5:30 p. m.
8 p. tti.,w)elc-dayi.
Vo have a farm of SO acres located
about fivo Jiiilos from Maysville on ood
plko. Tlioro is on this farm a fle
rooni house, stable, good tobacco barn,
and ncccwury out-buildings. About
twenty acros of bine grass, balance
of place is in grass, with tlio cv
co,itinu of about twolvo acres that
will bo plowed next season. If you want
a farm close to town that 19 priced
right you will buy this farm at iilO.OU
Our stock consists
of the most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
solicited. : : : : :
CHAS.'W. TRAXEL & (
OUR PRICES 4P
with thosn vou pay at other stores for liko quality nnd you will readily soo the great
nionoy Pnving opportunities our store hft'ords. Our puiclmsing power is uurxce led.
CVh omy is the way we buy aud sell. This is tho reason why wo outsell all others
Our man, yeard of Biieccssful business assures jou that quality, stylo and workman
ship aro uppermost in our estimation.
See This Saturday's Bargains Now on Sale
MEN'S FOOTWEAR BARGAINS
Wonderful values in Moil's Latest
Style Shoes, mudo of genuino Uun Mot
al, Tateut Colt and Box Calf. Oonuino
oak soles, in button a'nd laco, Worth
tit. Our prleo $1.01
A special offering this week Men's
tlua Metal and Box Calf Shoes, batton
and lace. $2 value. Our prlco. ,$1.4D
(Men's Beuch-mado Shoes that com
bine stylo and rfotvico, in all leathers
and styles. Worth a dollar moro. Our
Boys' $2 Gun Metal, Button and Laco
Shoes, all sizes. Our special... $1.40
Ladies' rich quality, now stylo Boots
niado in cloth and kul tops, high aim
low heels, in Patent and Gun Metal.
Values up to $3.50. Our jWleo. .. .$2.49
Ladios' now etylo Fall Shoes, a great
assortment of up-to-date styles ii all
leathers. $.1 values. Our special.. $1.99
Ladios' Comfort Shoes made of soft
Kid and rubber heels. $l.."ifl values Our
LMissosJ nnd Children's Shoos in nil
leathors, latest style. Worth $2. Our
Infant's 7."o Button Shoes. Our
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