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MAYSVILLE, O.c SATtfllDAX SEPTEMBER 7, 1912.
ONE COPYONE CENT.
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I don't icb any brluht-eynl, rOBycbeelced
nitla running trouoJ yelping for woman's uf.
frago. Moat of them rofuao to believe that
the world Is growing wnro and tbey would
rather become wlrta and motion) than electors
. Getting married coats leaa than batog mar
.The Colta and Uldgots of tbla city will cross
lata at League Park Sunday morning.
Other women are nearly alwaya suspicions
of a beautiful blonde who haa long, dark
n W I MkHaa nntnrl unthrnnntnrsliit. iltnrl
tn Washington Wednesday at the resnlt of a
Uarry D. Taft, cousin of President Taft,
was dismissed from the Federal service in
"When la Woman Old?" aaka a headline.
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,.;.- . YiDOu BUB oeglDa 10 icei lum auo cuuiiiu b ou-
joy another romance.
A noncapelztble boat baa been Invented, by
a genius In Norway, bat the fool who
rocks the boat will find soma other method of
bursting Into print.
Maysvilie Firm Gets Contract
Tho contract for the ereotton of the new
First National Dank Itulldlng at Wett Union,
0., was awarded Monday to the firm of Hard'
log & Slmmona of Mayavllle, Ky., at their bid
of $3,160 exclusive of foundation.
;The building will be modern throughout and
will be pushed to an early completion.
Bagooflo Smashing Stopped
Atjastl The baggage masters are not to
hfta all thntr nan war hereafter. Tha 'Peon.
aylvanla Railroad has begun to Install cushions
for unloading baggage from trucks In baggage
'A iroomi. The antl-baggago smasher mats are
: t about four feet long and two feet wide, niadu
of stripe of bard wood, across which aro nailed
-t,Npcea of scrap air-brake hose. This Is a
good way Co una up the wornout hose In the
' Interest of the long suffering traveling public.
This Afternoon tf Tonight
Of No. 53
A .Corner in
Prices don't regulate QUALITY in
this store. We insist on QUALITY
and our prices are as low as is con
sistent with QUALITY.
Thos. J. Chenoweth,
THIRD Warranted to contain no adulteration, The formula 'THE KIND
appears on every can. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. THAT LASTS"
FOURTH -Being full-bodied and machine ground, less MASTIC is required to paint a given
surface than any other kind of paint or lead and oil. A SAVING OF MANY DOLLARS TO
THE OWNER OF THE BUILDING.
FIFTH In time to come, when painting is again desirable, a surface previously coated with
MASTIC remains in perfect condition for repainting.
Spctfy MASTIC PAINT for your homo and secure a beautiful hard, enamel-Iiko finish that will resist best tho amolco
sad gates of tho city, the hot sun and aovero weather exposure. MASTIC Outaide Gloaa White l the very whitest
houao paint made. MASTIC Point does not discolor And go flat liko Ices lead in oil, nor peal and crack like tha
cheap ready mixed paint
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1 PRICES 25c to $1
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Tho Kentucky State Fair opena at Louisville
next Monday, September 9th, and continues
Although aald to be suffering much pain with
his sprained nnkle, President Taft declares he
will meet all engagements.
Dr. F. L. Duntap of tbo Bureau of Chorals
try associated formerly with Dr. Wiley In the
pure food department, resigned.
A Court haa decided that It Is cot unlawful
for a man to play poker la his own house, but
If he Is wise be will not do It unless his wife
Drs. J. F. Anderson and J. Goldberg of the
Public Health Service, have succeeded In Inoc
ulating monkeys with measles, something
Lieutenant Gsneral Arthur MacArthur, U.
S. A., retired, dropped dead while speaking at
the last reunion of the Twenty-fourth Wiscon
sin Volunteer?, known as the "Chamber of
Commerce" Kegiment, Thursday nlgbt at Mil
waukee. Reception to Prositlont Smith
Tun Woman's Club will give a reception
Friday evening, September 13th, to Mrs.
Thomas Jefferson Smith, State Federation
From Places on Committee by
Kentucky Progrsssives, 'Tis
Loui3VlU.fi, Kv., September Cth. It was
learned tonight that when the Jefferson
County Progressives met to perfect plans of
organlzitlon for the approaching campaign
It was agreed, by the Lull Mooaers In execu
tive session, to bar Negroes from plscea on
the committeo or to allow them to be named
delegates from the Fifth District to National
The Progressives organized .at the Watter-
sou Hotel, remaining behind closed doors for
nearly three hours. It Is understood a rule
was proposed providing that a majority of
the committeo might at any time unseat the
the chairman. The proposal was made by
Matt Holt, leader of the mlnorty faction, and
was voted down.
THE T&aH STORE.
FIRST It's pure every atom of it
real paint manufactured from the finest
raw material obtainable.
SECOND It is made of pure white
lead, reinforced with zinc oxide in the
correct proportion, and pure linseed oil.
Will outwear, two to one, any straight
lead or hand-mixed paint.
Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbert Co. louisville, ky.
FOR SALE BY
Ryder Paint Store
PILES CURED AT HOME BY
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD.
It you sutler from bleeding, Honing, blind o,
protruding I'lles, send rae your address, and I mill
tell you how to cure yourself at homo by the new
abiorptlou treatment: and will aliosond lome of
tbli borne treatment free for trial, with references
from your own locality It requested. Immediate
relief and permanent onra assured. Send no
monsy, but tell others of this offer. Write today
to Mrs. M. Summers Itox 1'. South llend. Ind,
THE ESSENCE OF TRUTH
New York Sun.
As many of our readers may be short of
time to read Colonol Hoosevelt'ii latest 18,000
words, wo present herewith a brief digest of
his cortificato of veracity. He says In effect:
There Is uo proof that anytandard Oil
money was received.
If It was received it was against my prohi
bition and In the face of assurances to the
My letters and telegrams to Mr. Cortelyou
prove my virtue.
Ur. Loeb will confirm It.
L never asked Ur. Uarrlman for money.
Ur. Loeb will confirm Mr.
Ur. Dllts was an honest man.
Ur. Penrose and Ur. ArchbolJ posssss con
sciences seared and dulled.
Ur. Penrose la like a blackmailing police
My conduct speaks for Itsolf. v
Ur. Perkins Is all tight.
I have received contributions from a book
keeper, a fisherman, a brakeman, a mother of
a family and a poet.
I deeply appreciate the attitude of Ur.
Perkins, Ur. Uunsey, JuJge Lindsay and Utss
We Progressives are all Idealists. .
The document and evidence wo have omitted
from the foregoing, for they aro all ancient
history. The assertions aro, however, new
and we present them at some length as tho
essential part of the certificate.
If soma one will now come forward and
establish Colonel Roosevelt's veracity bis-
18,000 words can be taken as true and the
whole matter dismissed.
OF LOCAL INTEREST.
SOME PEOPLE WE KNOW. AND WE Will PROFIT
BY HEARINO ABOUT THEM
This is a purely local event.
It took place In Uaysvllle.
Not lo some faraway place.
You are askod to Investigate it.
Aekod to believe a citizen's word;
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endoraed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Endorsed by unknown people.
M. C. Cbisholm, 317 E. Second street, Uayi
ville, Ky., says: "The cure Dnan's Kldnoy
Pills affected some years ago was permanont,
Hnd tbo testimonial 1 gave in their praise at
that time still holds good. There was a time
when my kidneys were badly disordered and I
was annoyed by many symptoms of kidney
complaint. Doan'a Kidney Pills, procured at
Wood &. Son's Drug Store, corrected my
trouble and my good health since then la
evidence of tboir merit. I have seen m'any
other cases where Doan'a Kidney Pills have
proven their worth.
Poreala by all dealers. Price CO cents.
Poster-Ullburn Co., Buffalo, Now York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan'a and take no
Till! I.KIHIKK leads In
ull, nmt la ttm f nvurlte papar
of tlin people, i
y ""if "inllffnw,-i'j iiimija
Tho Lifo of a Town
It takes live men to make a live town.
Dead men are only fit to Inhabit cemeteries.
If tbey are really decently dead, dead all over,
we tenderly lay them away In the sleep of the
tomb but If they are only dead la all enter
prise and spirit, outside of tha narrow limits
of their own selfishness, and yet persist In
walking around, moving their calloused hearts
and consciences where real business la wont
pulse and throb with vigor they are really like
the drone bees, In tbo way until tbey are stung
to death and dragged outside tho hive of legl
Twolvo really live men are worth mire to a
town generally than a round full thousand
or such useless material that laya around like
rubbish In a rushing stream that Is aching and
foaming to turn mills and factories. Yes,
Ive men bless and doad men curso a town.
Every effort Is being male by the Stato Do
partment at Washington to get arms and am
munition to tho Americans in tho Cananea
district In Mexico.
Tho County Clerks' Association and that of
the Circuit Court Clerks of Kentucky have
combined and elected John II. Dillon of Ken
ton county, President.
P&"ny one wishing to onter contost for
prlz offered by Civic Department of Woman's
Club for beautifully kept yard, please send name
to Mr?. J. W. Lee not later than Septembsr
Western Normal School Issues Di
rections For Corn Cultivation
The Westorn Kentucky State Normal School
at Bowling Green has issued the following
bulletin on tho proper method of growing prize
1. Use an abundance of well-rottenod
stable mmure, If obtainable. Apply after
land Is plowed and work Into soil thoroughly
(25 tons Is not too much if well worked in.)
Part of tho manure miy be applied before
plowing If thought beat.
2. If commercial fortiliztr is uied, one
analysing as nearly na possible, nitrogen, S
per cent., phosphoria new, 10 per ceut., and
potash, 2 per cout, Is recommended. From
250 to 500 pounds per acre should be drilled
Into the ground with a wheat drill about two
weeks before planting. (Dj not put fertilizer
lu the hill.)
M Selection of Land.
1. See that land Is well drained and as
fertile as can be secured on tbo farm.
2. If possible ta obtain, an acre not culti
vated In corn last year Is most desirable.
3. If there is a fall plowed del I of clover
or other sod, cow peas or pasture land on the
farm, select an acre from that.
. Preparation of Seed lied.
1. Breaking (a) Fall breaking Is best, (b.)
For spring breaking turn soil not less than S
inches and deeper If not more tlun au Inch
of clay subsoil Is turned up. Better plow 12
to lGlnchos deep if the subsoil permits.
2. Pulveritlng.-Before phntlng thoroughly
flue the soil as deep as possible, using disk or
cutting barrow until manure Is thoroughly
mixed with soil. The land should bo like a
garden or ash pile.
Get your seed corn from the best crop that
has grown in your section of country. Tho
variety does not matter ao that It Is known
to have high yielding qualities. (If you have
trouble in getting satisfactory eead inform
your County Superintendent sod It will be at
1. Either In Mil? II feet 8 Inches each way,
or drill 18 Incbos, In rows 3 feet 8 Inches
2. Plant 3 Inches deep.
3. If corn needs thinning or replantiogsee
to it as early as possible. (Try for unifo.mlty.)
4. Plant as soon as suits your conditions
after April 15th.
IV. Cultivation. .
1. Any time from planting to four days
afterward, barrow the ground smooths with a
Jght harrow. (Do not hairow or roll corn
after it U up if you can avoid 10
2. Cultivate every woek or ten days with
Gno tooth ctr&va'or, or one horse harrow,
from time corn is large enough until It tassel?.
3. Keep corn froe from weed. Tbey take
the moisture the soil acuit.
4. If the bull-tunguaa are used they should
bo small one.
Never work In hoII when It Is too wet, and
never cultivate over two Inclfcs deep, (It
will go mora barm than good.)
Study carefully oil publications sent you.aod
keep a careful record of time (horses and
men), material . and " money used ao the acre.
ha end of
Matinee and Nip lit.
A JUVENILE LOVE AFFAIR
Featuring Kenneth Casey and Little
HOW FATHER UCOMPLISIIEDHIS WORK
AND KITTY'S HOLD-UP
The Augusts public schools will open on
Monday, September Oth.
It Is said that Matt Worthlngton, former
Manager of the Union Mercantile Company at
Germantown, contemplates associating himself
with the firm of Asbury and Company at
T. H. Bell and wife, J. H. I) oil and wife
and W. II. Bell, wlfo and child have returned
to their homes in Ohio, after a delightful visit
with friends and relatives at Oermantown and
attending tbo fair.
Freed From Shooting Pains,
Spinal Weakness, Dizziness,
by Lydia . Pinkham's
Ottumwa, Iowa.- "For years I was
Dlmost a constant sufTerir from femalo
trouble in all its
shooting pains all
over my body, sick
everything that was
horrid. I tried many
doctors in different
parts of the United
States, but Lydia E.
ble Compound has done more forme than
all the doctors. 1 feel it my duty to tell
you these facts. My heart is full of
gratitude to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound for my health." Mrs.
Harriet E. Wampler, 524 S. Ransom
Street, Ottumwa, Iowa.
Consider-Well This Advice.
No woman sufFering from any form
of female troubles should lose hope un
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal in
gredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to be a most valuu-
hie tonic and invigorator of tho fe- I
male organism. Women everywhere j
beur willing testimony to the wonderful i
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ;
If you want special ailvlco vrrlio to I
Lydiu E. Pliiklium Med I clue Co. (oouIN
duutlal) Lynn, Muss. Your letter will '
bo opened, rend nud answered by a
uouiau nml held In strict conlldeuce-. I
Let the children start the
viceable Shoes. Our enormous purchases assure you of
k up-to-the-minute footwear
A big assortment of
whether for school, dress or
Children's Low Shoes left.
Boys' and Youths' genuine box QQp
calf, excellent school shoes . . WV
Boys', Youths' and Little Gents'
Box Calf, $2 values, high- h rA
grade school shoes . . . . Pat"
Boys' Gun Metal and Patent
Leather Shoes, button or d ac
blucher, $2.50 values . . ,pl.tc7
Children's Roman Sandals, Ox
fords and Strap, in patent
leather, velvet, suede and gun CCin.
metal, $1.50 values. . , . OUC
I DAN COHEN
rrrsr In Our
And it burns steady and without danger.
When you want any kind of Coal
in any quantity call for
Kanawha and Pomerdy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. Mcmniel $ Co.
PLVM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under tbe pure white rays of
ELECTRIC LIGHT I
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We will hold our first annual Colored Fair at
T.onnw RooKoll Ponlr
kit ill- rr.
Many special attractions. The three big days
lor people of Northeastern Kentucky. Grounds
on street car line. ::::::::::
BRADFORD & YOUNG,
new school year right with a
that will stand rough wear at prices
Their Real Values v
high top and regular cut Shoes, in any leather, any styltf
work. There are still a few pairs of Menxs, Women's a"nc
Tomorrow Must Clean Them Out
New Goods Crowding Us for Room
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sizes & to
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
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26, 27, 28:1,
pair of good, up-todate, ser
choice selection of snappy,
Children's fine Shoes,
ana lace, snoes tnat qq
sizes 8 to 2 . . . C7CJV A
Shoes, button and yZn
sizes 5 to 8 .... 3v
Infants' Button bnoes, wedge heels I Or 1
si7es 1 tn R TTC7U
Metal and Patent
In regular and extra dj -t fr
$2.50 values plJiP,
Ladies'Low Shoes, final cut of high
price lines, values up to $3, Cfty
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H. MEANS, M'ger.
Will Be Closed fach Day at, t
These will figure layout) '
p, ., fcxcejK .oaturday.
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