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ALL StfltSOnil'TWNH AUK CAH1I 1H AOrAXOK.
i WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
&v Thcro's nothing like ft eroucu for wcnrinc:
f7 holes in your disposition. Chicago News.
Tho Suprome Court of Louisiana racently
rendered a decision in tho case of Doyle v.
J?uorst and Kaoraer (50 So. 900) which is of
interest to everyone
wuu uvuu uuunaiuiittiijc
dines iu n public re
staurant. Tho plain
Public Eating Places.
tiff claim od that he
was p o i s o n o d from
having eaten cakes and chocolato with whipped
cream at tho defendant's confectionery where
' refreshments were served to tho public. Tho
court holds that a seller of food, such as choco
late and cakes sold at a public eating place,
Js presumed to know any unwholesome con-
, , dition of tho food, and is liablo for damages
i-''r to a purchaser through being made ill on ac-
v, . . . .
if, count of unwholesomenoss. It is common
knowledge, to which tho keoper of a public
gating place must be held, that food in which
"tho process of decomposition has begun is
liable to make tho person who eats it ill. Tho
measuro of damages sustained by a purchaser
pf food, who is made ill through its unwhole
somencss, is not merely reimburstment of tho
' price, but all damages that were forseen or
-- could have easily been forseen as likely to
havo resulted. Tho court thinks that $100
was not an excessive award to a purchaser of
food for illness resulting from ptomaine poi
soning caused by unwholesomoness of tho food,
where he suffered intense pain, believed for
two hours that he was in ' danger of death and
suffered an attack of jaundice in consequence.
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Men And Religion
In yioof tho fact that Champ Claplf is tty
financially ab,lo to mko tho racb for thp tresi?
dontial nomination, his friends in IVtissouti
have started a fund for hiuii which has reached
tho thousand mark and inspired tho brilliant
spoakoi to redouble his efforts to land tho
coveted piize. Carlisle Mercury.
A thousand dollars ought to innko Champ's
donkey git dapl for ono day anyhow.
Enlightened public opinion is tho most
potent forco toward better public health nnd
sanitation. Physicians will succeed in their
campaign for preven
tion of disease in pro
portion to the under
standing of tho value
of health measures by
tho public and its co
operation to secuio them. Tho Journal of the
American Medical Association recently com
mented on the desirability of more co-operation
bet wecoj physicians and churches in public
health education. Tho Men and Keligion
Forward Movement, which has caused a na
tion. wide sensation, has not restricted its
activities to purely religious matters. Various
social probloms have been attacked; for ex
ample, a careful analysis of conditions in
various cities has resulted in recommendations
for improved soworage and quarantine systems,
protection of milk-supply, organizations of
health departments, bettor opportunities for
harmless recreation, improved garbage collec
tion, etc. In many cities excellent rosults
followed tho work. The fundamental basis
was a survey of actual conditions, that is, the
tabulation of all the ascertainable facts, in tho
case beforo taking action. Wo aro merely
touching on tho medical phases of this movo
mout. Its chief work, of com so, was religious,
but tho movement scorned to attack tho human
problem in all its ramifications spiritual,
social, physical and to recommend improve
ments wherever it was thought wise. It is
evident that the element of public education
on health conditions is working. Great im
provements in tho sanitation and hygiene of
the American people are due in short order as
soon as the public is awakened to tho possibilities.
Arc you from Missouri? If so. you nro tho vorv Dcraon wo nro
looking for, We can show you tho nicest lino ot
In this section of tho stnto, No need to buy from picturos. A $2,00
door nnd n $G door look too much alike on paper, Wo can suit your
taste aud your pocket book,
Ohio River Lumber Go.
In good, reliable WAT0IIE8 that cannot be equalled anywhere. Call
and let us show how good and cheap they nro, DIAMONDS, whito brilliant
and beautiful cutting; excellent values not equalled anywhere. CLOCKS,
Beth TbomaB, New Haven and Gilbert clocks. Wo are offering n regular $3
clock for $2, See our $1 alarm clocks. Bring your eye troubles to me. We
can furnish you tho best GLASSB3 made for ono half others charge.
PT TlrTT-D TDTT-7- THE JEWELER
. J. MURPHY, AND OPTICIAN.
Make the walls of your bedrooms, kitchen and bath ns clean nnd
sanitary as mat tile while reserving all the rich warmth and har
mony of color of softest damask or of tinted surfaces.
Dull Kote Paint
la the Best Flat-Finish, Water
Proof, Washable Paint in the World
Avoid the many substitutes f or Johnston'' s Dull Kelt, mnnvcf
which claim all the merit of the genuine, but none of which
combine the covering-power, richness, durabilitv and sanitary
excellence of the original DUU, KOTK.
Walls treated with Johnston's Dull Kote Paint may be
washed as freely as linoleum or tile, they look as delicate as satin.
When you buy or when you specify what your painter is to use,
see tjiat the label on the can is spelled
D-U-L-7 K-O-T-E P-A-I-N-T
Do not be deceived with mere flat dull paints. If your
dealer does not carry it in .stock, do not accept something else
but write us a postal and we will see that you arc Mtpplied.
R. F. JOHNSTON PAINT CO.
PEARL AND MAIN
THE HENDRICKSON PAINT CO.
204-208 Sutton Street, Hoysville, Ky.
Sale of Eailics' nu! gbiidren's
Jit tbe new Vork Store.
Vvo purchased the entire sample line of n largo firm. We aro
ablo to sell theso goods for Ices than other merchants can buy
them. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
Ladies' White Dresses, $1.08, $2.98 and $3.08.
Our $3,08 Dresses aro equal to tho $10 drceeeo shown else
Children's Whito Dresses 49c up to $2 98, less than half what
others ask for them.
The Ladies aro finding out that they make money by buying
their hats here. New customers made every day. Our hat stock
is now at its height, l'riccs way below other;; see them,
New lino of Children's Hats in this week; prices reduced.
1. S. Buy your Carpets and Kugs of us; it makeB you money.
New York Store LB?
17 Bait Second St., DIATSTILLK, Kl
J5 -40 a m.......ta : I & p ti
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&40 p m....2:lt p m
II. S. ELLIS, Agont.
Post Toasties Jingles
$20.00 to each of 50 persons who send in the most acceptable
Jingles in May, 1912.
An entertainment for boys and girls, and older folks, as well.
Tbe Ulograph Company Promt.
Tbe Lubln Company I'retetits
MR. ELMS COUNTS,
In aChangnof UnMad.
ScnotltiliS effective Jan.
7,191.!. buLJixt to change
TIMINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
vitJ u mtIITd
. 6:39 a. m , 8:13 I., in.,
5:30 a. in , 0 08 a. in ,
weiK du). local.
3:51 p. id., dally, local.
l:Si p.m., 10.34 p.ni ,
U'M p.m. dally.
9;A3a m.,ilUly, local.
9.&3A. m., 5.2(3 p. in.,
ncclc day., local.
W. W. WIKOFF. Agent.
flVAU mntlcr for publication tunatbtf
hanriiMl In before O o'clock tu m.
Will give relief when properly applied. For
rheumatlem, neuralgia, sciatica, pleurisy and
all aches, palnn, epraina, etiffnen, lameness,
backache, spinal complaints, kidney diioasea
and herve and muscular disorders should be
placed immediately over the affected part and
smoothed with tbo hand.
For all Jung and chest troubles, including
bronchitis asthma, pneumonia or Inflammation
of the lungs and consumption apply the plaster
over the lungs and also one between tho
In dyspepslo, indigestion and sea sickness
great relief will be afforded by applying tho
plaster over the pit of the stomach.
Prepared for and sold by
BOHN O. PECOR,
Dtuggist, Maysvllle, Ky,
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality ol Gas Work a Bpccialty.
Handle Only the Beatol material. .Dealer
in Braes Valvea and Fittings, Oaa titovea
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sewer Pipe.
From J. C. Everett &. Co.
WlIliN YOU GO
Tho olJ-fashioocd little girl wore a pinafore
and n sunbonnet. Now she Is diked out In a
hobble and n waste bvket.
M"AU matter tor publication uiu.t be
tuuidcd la before O o'clock iu ui.
Continued from Third Page,
A COMPLETE JINGLE
Ah nn example only.
The Wiedersetm Kids were lucked up in bed,
Then whispered to mama, 'iicas this that they said:
"Tomorrow for breakfast, (this will be our dream)
We get some Post Toasties tvlth suijar and cream."
FINISH THIS JINGLE
Ouf of bed hopped the kidlels; the clock had struck eight,
Soon the school bell would ring and they shouldn't be tale
"For you kids to be lardy, Mother said 'ticouldn'l do,
(Pill In tlila line, mentioning Toaitlei, and write plainly )
Street and Number .....;...: '....-. ; . .
' Use of above form of answer is suggested, but not required.
"Address and mail your Jingles to
Uingle Dept , POSTUM CEREAL CO., LTD., BATTLE CREEK, MICH.
' We will buy SO Post Toasties Jingles, accept
able for use in a Jingle Book, received during
May, 1012, at $20.00 each.
Only the Jingles we pay for will be used.
? There will be 50 Jingles purchased and the
4namcsand addresses of the writers will be printed
and mailed to each enquirer who sends us a lc
stamped and addressed envelope for return.
The Jingles will be judged honestly upon
merit, so if you are a sensitive person and not a
good sportsman don't try, for we have no time to
"pet up" those whose Jingles are not accepted.
Fill in the missing line of the incomplete Jingle
printed above, making the last line include the
name "Toasties;" with correct rhyme and mejjr$
Or, write an original Post Toasties
Jingle of not less thaii-4 lines, any line
of which must contain "Post Toasties'
As many Jingles maybe submitted as de
sired. One can make this a pleasant form of enter
tainment, may make some extra money, and in
addition become acquainted with
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m - -iry a aisn wnn ww mni
the delicious, r?dy-to-serve, crisp bits of toasted InjCorn;1
iitlkJeMamind.ft sprinkle of .Miiars ",-.' W
neighborhoods sot opart a day to be devoted to
he subject of humane education,
la it not better to teach tbe child
O, tbe Llllhrit ol sights In tho norld to fulr
is a gay lime pup wuu nil tan in trie air
than tho memorizing f Tbanatipsi. The
beauty and philosophy of this "Ode to Death,"
surely no child under thirty can uoderstaoJ.
Tbe child usually needs, not prison nnd
punishment, not tbo dlsgrai and stain of
penal associates, bnt tatber reformed borne
conditions, propor vocational education, and
public support of poor widows' children ln
their homes rather than in institutions.
We feel that good citizins are tnor Im
porlant than highly educated ones.
One section of tbo Ohio Statutes relites
to the duty of children to their nged parents,
and through this ezceliont law, 118 sons and
daughters are paying through this society for
the support of 83 fathers and mothers, who
aro unable, either by reason of old age,
Infirmity or Illness, to support themselves.
Wo have filed In our office 20,256 cises,
oach one a correct history of tbe family
We pursue a certain policy, prosecute with
out fear or favor and without regard to
personal, social, political or rollnloua consid
erations. With a continuance of tbo support
and unselfish guidance of our Directors I
promise possibilities of oven greator gooi.
And 1 should like to mako a few suggestions
for the betterment of children along practical
lints: Streets made wide, healthful and well
llghted.keep-clean effort; working people bul.d
log their own homes, holding parents strictly
accountable when children are left locked up
In their homes and burotd olive; tho prjhibl
tlon of baby Incubators for exhibition purposes
when greed Ij the only motive.
Might I say now that Mr. Henry Uergb, the
founder of jiotl-cruelty work la America, be
queathed to Colombia University $100,000 to
establish a chair for hutnano education.
Humanity is one of tbe beat fruits of refini
meat. It It only wlih Increasing civilization
that the legislator sluJIta to econom'z human
suffering even for the guilty; to dovlse penal
ties not so much by way of punishment tor the
past aa for reformation for tbe futoro,
thirty-three conte'sts havo teen filed with
ftta, Republican Rational Committed, which
In 'opened IK bwdquirters la U Coliseum
1 ChleaaoA., - ."":.,. .
-9Smoke Masontan nnd La Tosca, Scents
Let cN'nm&rii muka jour Spring Suit. I
represent K. W. Trice A. Co. ot Chicago, the
strongest lino ot mide-to measure clothes In the
world at popuUr prices, They specialize cu suits
made as you want them from tl" to tH. Others
must ask U0 to fto tor tho same. This is the
only homo In the United Statu strong enough
financially to control Us own paturni, thus as
surlng you ngalost holng uniformed AsUld from
thesuples,iiotwopiktlerus alike. Men, this line Is
a repeater. Itttmember, we dry clean; others try.
C F McNamava
OS WKST PItONT STItEKT
Cfep3Jy9 U"-'" '""yiil sttWSS
QSKJ-q(( ooogoo oo-3ooo JfcsCKM
See Baseball in Cincinnati
STOP AT TIIK
ssfsfsf In Our
And it burns steady and without dqnger.
When you want any kind of Coal
in any quantity call for
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke tor Furnaces
Insist on having a perfect
Beautiful, therefore pleasinc.
Sanitary, therefore healthful.
Durable, therefore economical.
And besides this let it have an
individuality, an expression of your
own tastes. These results are easily
obtained through our careful follow
ing of your wishes and our using
'JStandnt'tf plumbing fixtures of
which there is such an extensive
variety of pleasing designs.
Let us estimate for you.
FRANK S. NEWELL,
SANITARY PLUHIER, HEATER
AND IAS FITTED
G. W. McDaniel $ Co.
PLVM 'STREET and POPLAR STREET,
After going through my stock I Unci I linvo ton much of tbia olaaa of
goods ami 1 linvo determined to out loose right now at tho beginning of tho
beat canned goods aenson of the year, when everybody wants suoh goods. I
havo bought largely for tho coining season and must mako room Tor tho new
pack comractrd. to come. I don't Intend to hold anything over, so tho prices
will be cut to mako rho goodti go. It will be to tho interest of nil who want
suoh goods to call and get my prices bet'oro buying. Specially low pricea will
bo mado to denlcrs who buy in quantities, uo como right along everybody. I
want your money nnd intend tojgivo every ono tuoto than valuo received for
every dollar thoy leavn with me.
Flour Is booming, nnd don't forget that I actl PEKFKOTION. It can't
bo beat an) where.
My 250 Cuno la much better than UOo coftao sold elsewhere. The de
mand for this con'ee Is Immense.
I have nnnthcr carol tho finest Potatoes or tho season. Don't fail to aco
them and get my prices before you buy.
It don't mnku any dllTorenco what you may want In my lino It will pay
you to get my prices before jou buy, so como right along.!
My house, ns usual, Is headquarters tor Kruita nnd Vegetables of all
kinds. Always tho best tho markets afford.
I buy Country. Cured Hams, Shoulder, Jowla and Bacon and want all
of llrat'Class euro I can get; also, Eggs nnd Country Produce generally. I
want all my friends when in our city to make my bouse their headquarters,
and don't forget that 1 wholesale na well as retail.
D n AVPI m Leadin Grac?
1 LP LU T LLa Wholesale and,
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