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nreriee unmusical fntnuy will decidn whether
Xitf' it will own a Diano or aa nutotnublle. or a
'piano or an aeroplam?
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GET YOUR MONEY BACK
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factorily Benefit You
' Practicing physicians making a specialty of
. stomach troabltB are really responsive for thp
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My esr'lance wiih RbxhII Dyspepsia Tab
lets Ipads no to beln ve in- til w lie an excel
lenyVemedy for the relief of heme imiuchiion
f chronic dyipepsla. 'I heir Ingredients am
Soothing and hoaling to tho Inflamed mem
branes of the stomach, Tfiiy are rich in pep
Id. one of the greatest dilative aida known
to medicine. The relief they afford is almost
immediate. Their dsu wlib persistency and
regularity for a abort time helps to briny
oat a cessation of the pains caused by stom
Rexall Dyspepiia Tablets Bid tn insure
healthy appetite, aid digestion and promote
Ditrltlon. Aa evidence of my sincere faith in
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, I ask you to try
tbem at my risk. If they do not give you en
tire satisfaction, I will return you tho money
yon paid rae for them, without question or
formality. They come in three sixes, prices
25c, 60o and $1. Remember, you can obtain
them only at my store The Rexall Slow.
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Wolves Cross tbo Lako
Lakeside (Ohio) Courier.
Driven from tbeir haunts in tbe Canadian
forests by tbe severe winter, a pack of hungry
wolves have crossed tbe lake and are Invading
tbe Islands, and a tex have already roacbed
the mainland. Fully fifteeu years have elsppi
since wolves have put In their appearance on
this aide of the lake.
PILKS OUIIKD IN O TO 14 DAYS
YonrrhTijrgTilwlllMfuddmouey if PAZOOINT
MKNT falls to cure nuy cats of Itctilntr, Wind
Bleeding or Protruding Pilea In 6 to U days. &"c
"TOE PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTER.-?,"
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"TWO MEN AND A GIRL,'
A relig Drama
J3T Holiday Matinee Thursday,
Jin Old Remedy
Rexall Oherry Bark Cough Cure is a time-tried remedy
mode out of ingredients that have stood tho test of years in
relieving cougbB and colds. Ic is just the kind of a remedy
that everybody would select for reguUrhomo use if they knew
all about; it. Hundreds ot people of this locality know it by
practical test. Try it the nexc time'you want a cough rem
tdy. It it does not give on ire satisfaction we will refund the
Thos. J. Chenoweth,
No doubt you'll have some difficulty in selecting your
dining room outfit from my stock for the simple reason
numerous designs and quality with that everlasting durability.
" Ftaiifnf Rftiinrl Tnhle. Hhlrm Clnqet nnd Servfno Table, all
&. quartered oak and highly polished, exactly like cut.
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CHINA SCENE, "THE WORLD IN CINCINNATI,"
Reproduction of Temple of Gratltude.Famous Pagoda at Nanking, China,
and Typical Buddhist Temple.
RIVER LINES IN MERGER
Pittsburgh and Cincinnati Packet
Wanted, But Price is Not
Pittsburgh, Pbnn, February 19th. Back
ers of the long-discussed $1,000,000 merger
of river packet lines announced today that
they had secured a charter in Charleston, W.
Va., under tho name of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi Packet Company.
According to tho Pittsburghera they have
aligned the Kanawha, Lorena, Monongahela
and the Ohio packet lines under tbe new
company, and are assured tbat the Pittsburgh
and Cincinnati Packet Company alio go Into
tbe new combine, which will then combine all
tbe large companies doing buslneia in Pitts
burgh. RfUtive to the latter company, it Is said,
tbe owners have demanded $100,000, whereas
the new Interest are willing to pay only $60.
000 for its vessels and good will. Should the
latter company still prefer to remain an in.
dependent concern it Is said tbe newly
chartered company will use tbe $60,000 to
build an additional steel bull vessel to be
n Jded to the two already planned. The other
four lint a will be taken over on a cash basis
Under the now charter a bond Issue of $200,-
000 is authorized, and this will be used 'to
build two steel packets, ono for trade with
Louisville, Ky., and fie other for direot con
nection with New Orleans. These two vessels
will have a new style of side crews In addition
to tbe'stero wheel to increase speed where
this is po.rlb!o.
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KY., TUESDAY, PEBRUAUY 20. 1912
Jr Cartmell extracts teeth without pain.
Will Ditch Snap Primary
Frankfort, Ky., February 17th. Repre
sentative Charlton B. Thompson of Covington,
and Senator W. V. Eaton of Padocab, the
former author of the compulsory bill that
passed tbe House, and the latter author of
another primary bill that passed the Senate,
have agreed on a compromise bill that
probably will be offered next week, according
to a close friend of Senator Eaton.
This will knook out the Congressional
Primary called on March 16tb, io the Seventh
district, which has called forth such a
vigorous protest from the antl-Cantrlll men.
Dr. Edward Amherst Ott
Dr. Edward Amborst Ott has appeared before
more tban threo thonsand audiences In America
and more tban twenty-firo thousand copies of
hla books have been sold. American audi
ences can scarce get enough of this man and
his purposeful oratory.
Every lecture should answor one of tbe
fundamental Irqulrles of the mind. If a lec
ture Is also bumorooB and highly entertaining
so much tho better. Although known as tho
purposeful orator and author, Dr. Ott yet
combines much of tbe humor and entertain
ment In each ot bis lectures.
Dr. Ott will give bit famous lecture "Tbe
Haunted House," "Will Your Dreams Come
True," anotbor name for it. It took $240
north of books and three years to prepare
this Ucture. This Is Prof. Oti'a method: Ott
down and dig. lie says "1 have to do my
work by working."
He answers tbe following questions and
many other important ones: Isn't It tbe man
with tbe h'altbleit mind, who wins soccest?
Howoin we learu to think only practical
What kind of work pays tbe highest wager?
lhy is one roan an Inventor and anotbrr
unable to rut a macbiar?
Why does a designer ot clothing rrcelva
$35,000 a year, while the cutter gets $1,500?
Why did Dickons ssclode himself fit hours
of each day?
Bo you think that poor thinking is tbo
greatest waste? Tbe vital questions ot life
are discussed In this lecture us only Dr. Ott
can dlieais them.
Two years ago Dr. Ott gave his famous
leclu'o "dour Grapes." Dy (many tll
lecture Is pronounced a greater oae.
You who heard him before tell your neigh
bor bow much good you received froat tbat
trctur, A crowied koste will gret .h!
FrU lift. ReMtw mU m ,.ltf Wed-
Business conditions are said to warrant the
hope for a year of wider activity than 1911.
The Ave men bingedfor two murder's In
Chicago is causing many to discuss tbe aboil
tlon of capital punishment In Illinois.
At a sale of mules In Shelby county a pair
of premium three year mules brought $67G.
Ten bead of broke mules sold at from $215 to
$225, and twenty head ot coming two-year-olds
averaged $121.40 per bead.
Judge Dora Loaves Bulk of His
Fortuno to Daughter
The will of the late Judge Thornton M. Dora
Cf Gerraaotown,waj; 31 !nepen.Coort. ot
Brooksville, Bracken county, but was not filed
for probate, owing to objections of his daugh
ter, Mrs. S. D. Rlgtoo, who protestod against
some of the provisions of the documont.
The will provided tbat Mrs. Uurdettn
Walton of Lexington, be given six evarei
ot bank stock In tbe Germantovrn bank,
valued at $135 per share, the same amount to
a niece, Urs. Fannie Taylor, and $200 to Ulsa
Thorntle Florer of Brooksville, who Is also a
niece. The remainder of bis estate be left to
bis daughter, Urs. S. D. Rlgdon. The estate
la valued at from $20,000 to $50,000.
JUOQE FOR YOURSELF
whioh:is better-try an experiment or
profit bt a maysville citizen's
Something new Is an experiment.
Must be proved to be as represented.
Tbe statement of a manufacturer should
not always be convincing proof of merit.
But tbe endorsement of a friend is.
Now supposing you had a bad back,
A Lime, Weak or Acbiog ono,
Would yuu experiment on It?
You will read of msny so called cures.
Endorsed by strangers from far-away places.
It's different when the endorsement, comes
Etay to prove local testimony.
Frederick Dresel, 1238 East Second street,
Uayavlllo, Ky., eays:
"I consider Dosn'a Kidney Pills a most
dxcallont remedy for kidney trouble and am only
too 1; ad to speak In its behalf. About five
ream ago I was bothered by weak kidneys and
iha kidney decretlons were scanty and at
tended with pain during passage. Sbarp
twinges across tho small of my back wore com
mon and greatly interfered with my work.
While telling a friend ot my condition,
he advised me to try Doao's Kidney Fills and I
procured a box at J. i. Wood & Son's Drug
store. I used them according to directions and
they aiTorded me prompt relief."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 vents.
Poster-Ullburn Co , Buffalo, New York, sole
agents tor tbe United States.
Remember the name Doan's and take no
often looked upon
as being merely a
source of trouble and an
noyance, but the right
kind of plumbing is one
of the chief sources of
We are ready to fur
nish the right kind of
plumbing by installing
FRANK S. NEWELL,
SANITARY PlUMllR, HIATEB
and ia rinit.
Will give relief when properly applied- For
rhsumatlsm, neuralgia, sciatica, pleurUy and
all aches, palas, sprains, stlffaeas, lameness,
backsets, spinal complaints, kidney dlieasu
and berva and muscular disorders should be
plscad Immediately over the affected airt and
smoothed with tbe haad.
For all Ian and ahast. trouble, inoludlng
bronohltls' asthma, pneumonia or lofUmmatlon
of the luaiia rtd eoasumptlon apply the platter
ovir tht langv and also oae betwesn Uie
la dyspepelo, jwlgostloa rod. hi sickness
great relief will bi afforded by applying tba
piaster over w rr pi " i
If p( the stomal.
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THE WORLD IN
Great Missionary Exposition
Planned for Queen City will
be a Memorable Event.
SCENES FROM HEATHEN LANDS
Will Be Erected at Music Hall From
March 9th to April 6th, To Be
Conducted on Mammoth Scale
,. . By ExperJencsd. People.
One can not realize until be has
seen It the tremendous scope of an
Exposition such as "Tho World In Cin
cinnati" will be. It will bo construct
ed on a mammoth scale, like tbo Ohio
Valley Exposition, and will bo cntlrelj
devoted to missions. It will be Indeed
a World's Exposition, for tho ends or
tho earth will bo represented In a most
striking way. No ordinary exposition
over bold In America will present so
niuny unlquo and attractive features
as are planned for tills one. There Is
no finer building In America for such
nn enterprise than Music Hall. The
whole ot this great building will be
utilized, Including tho splendid audi
torium, the annexes and all subsidiary
halls and spaces. Something is being
planned for every nook and corner of
tho great building. Tho hundreds of
thousands who attend will bo aston
ished nt tho scalo on which missions,
both homo and foreign, will bo pre
sented. Things You Will See.
Will people In largo numbers attend
such an Exposition? Most assuredly.
Tho attendance in Boston last spring
totaled closo to 375,000, and went as
high as 35,000 on a slnglo day. There
will be far more to draw and Interest
tho people than, has over been present
ed in an Exposition In Cincinnati. The
Ohio Valley Exposition drow great
crowds. Its Interest was almost en
tirely local. "Tho World In Cincin
nati" will converge In Music Hall the
life and problems of tho world. It will
not simply appeal to those Interested
In missions, but to all.
Dispensary Scene, Medical Mission
Section, "The World In Cincinnati."
Perhaps you bavo boon In China
town, In Now York or San Francisco,
and you have ..oudercd what a street
In a real Chinese city would look like.
Hero you will have it, A Chinese
street will bo reproduced, with Its Joss
house, its apothecary shop, Us Chinese
houses, and Its variegated street life.
In the midst of It will bo a Chinese
pagoda. In this streot you will see
men, women, and children dressed In
Chlneso costumo and so trained that
you will almost Imagine you havo been
transported to Pelcln or Canton.
You havo perhaps heard of an East
India "bazaar," and havo wondered
what It was like. Come to tho Expo
sition and you will see one In opera
tion, with all tho things which make
such a place of such vital Interest In
tho Far East You havo heard much
of tho Zenanas ot India. They are
tho secluded homes ot India, whore
tho women llvo the lives of prisoners.
If you wero In India and a man you
could never hope to seo tho Inside of
ono. In tho Exposition you can soe
ono as It is and study It at your
Tho Korean houses will bo a con
stant source of Interest to you. You
will visit a Japanese homo and will
witness natlvo tea parties and tho odd
customs ot -tho pcoplo as they greet
each other and go through their cour
teous genuflections. You will sec
scenes enacted from Burma and the
Philippines. An African village wli:
be reproduced, and you will seo real
idols from India and other lands. Med
ical missions will ho reproduced In a
model hospital, and you will seo tht
missionary Illustrating his work of
healing with living objects. Much
epaco will bo given to tho North Amer
ican Indians. A delegation ot real In
dians may bo present from Uio Gov
ernmont School and will havo a part lu
tho dally program.
Thero will be a woll-equlpped res
taurant at "The World In Cincinnati'
exposition, to be glvon at Music Hall
March 9 to April 0, It will b
undor tho direction and management
of thoBO who havo had experience In
providing for largo numbers of people.
It will probably bo locatod at one end
of tho "Hall ot tho Homo Land." Vis
itors from out of town will find it to
their advantage, especially, to remem
ber that thoy may obtain their lunch
eon or dinner at a first-claaa mtau-
tHt. 'paying iso8fatiKtMi, ;wi'tk-t
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Gents' Pantaloon to
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ladles' Knits lit.OO
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houtehold poodttClnolnntl pttot. Thltwork
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an mate It.
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