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A man may marry Id liasto and rf pont at
leisure. Dul by the time a woman has
dressed tba children, Ironed a few thlngr,
washed lbs dUhee, scrubbed out the Ice box,
cleaned tbe bed), diluted tbe parlor, gossiped
with the women next'door and read the bar
Rain tales, she is too tired to lepent of any
thing. 'Wonts $1 From Each Teachor
W. A. UcCurdy of Columbus. 0, State
Inspector of Schools, has taken charge of the
anipalgo to Induce Ohio school teachers to
contribute $1 each toward tbe election of
Governor Wilson, so tho announcement has
ir.beon made. He will collect the money and
'- forward It. School officials of other states
have refused to serve In scch capacity.
Only in Louisville Do They Split
Frankfort Women Show as Much
Interest as Those Else-whore
Outside of Louisville where faction disorders
havo rent the Republican organization, and
the Progressives have a newspaper and the
regular Republicans nemo, the Progressives
made a poor showing at the registration in
Kentucky cities Tuesday. In Louisville tho
Republican vote was .split approximately in
half the first day, while tho Democrats gained
three thousand over last jear't) registration
Independents are scarce this year, partly b-
cause it is presidential year and partly, per-
l,i t,.Jtui8 one'd party allegianco cuts some
'figure in bis right to participate In tho primary
next August when a United States Senator will
ba voted for aa well as county officers and
members of tbe General Assembly.
The two parties casting tbe largest and
next to the largest vote will hold primaries;
the others must get on tbo ballot by petition.
The progressives bad entertained come hope of
outdistancing tho rognlar Republicans this year
and nosing that orgaoizition out of tho
primary and Into tho Umbo of "other parties."
Indications aro (hat tho Progressives will
have to fight to "show' against tho Socialists.
They still contend that tbe registration Is no
criterion by which to judge the vote Itooae-
' velt will" got, and "you'll see when the returns
Especially disappointing was the showing of
the Bull Uoosers in tbe mountain towns of
Uiddlesboro and Pineville, where the regulsr
Republicans registered 337 to their G3 and 180
to their 32, respectively.
At Lexington they mustered only 107 to
3,224 Republicans, who made a gain. Owens
boro, Henderson, Shelbyville and other cities
report tbe same fall down of hopes nnd prr-'
dictions. TheDemocratic registration showeA
no defection to the now party. '
- " ' 'Mriurned out fairly well. At LexSng.
ion 1.40U out or 8.WU restored arid in
Louisville 4,416 registered the first )dsy
Frankfort women did better than tho
In most plsees.
FOR MAYSVILLE PEOPLE
MAYSVIUE CITIZENS' EXPERIENCES Fu))NI8H
ITOPICS FOR MAYSVILLE DISCUSSION
The following experience occurred In
vllle. A Uaysvilla citizen relates it. (
Similar experiences are occurring daily
Uaysvllle people are being relieved. I
Getting rldof distressing kidney Ills. V
Trying Doaa'n Kidney Pills tbe tested
Quaker remedy. ?
Uayaillls people testify, Uaysvllle people
Tbe evidence is home evidence tbe rproof
Uaysvllle testimony Is gratefully given!
Uaysvllle sufferers should hoed It.
iW. F, Lynch, 127 W. Third street, Ways
file, Kyaaya: "Ooan'a Kidney Pills arei'anne
Iidlolse. My Kidneys were weak anq tne
tssgea of the 'kidney secretions ware scanty
ad' painful. Having used Doan's Kvdnay
UJLt before, I again got a box and their; use
Kckly restored my kidneya to a normal eoo
Rloo. I continued using Ooan'a Kidney 'Pills
j they completely relieved me "
fer'aale by all dealers. Price 60 cebts.
pMtftr'ttlltarii Co , Buffalo, Nov York, tola
ffiwW for iha United States. i
ShmsW the name Doea's and Uk no
Buster in Nodland
Pathe Weekly No. 36
Mattnera dally 3 to fi. Last show
promptly at 4 for scliool children.
According to experiments In German school
girls seem to havo the color eerse better de
veloped than boys.
ROOSEVELT BULL DOZES
Friday before the Senate investigating
Committeo Theodore Roosevelt tried and was
partly successful In bull-dozing the Com
mittee. Of course be virtuously denied all
connection witb any attempt at colluiiun with
the big trust in his various campaign7. He
made a brazen witness and exclaimed:
"Senator Penrose should be driven from the
Senate, because of his acknowledged frondll
ness with Standard 0.1 intorests. Charles I).
Utiles and Congressman Dartholdt should be
forced to prove thoir statements that some
primary campaign funds this year had amount
ed to $3,000,000 or $4,000,000 or should bo
driven out of public life."
It issomu relief to know that this big-beaded
and pic-headed ruffian a ill henceforth bave
little iifliencfl In this world.
To devoto this space lor tho next few weeks to n series of articles
telling you a littlo about our usefulness. There will be about
thirty ol theee. They are written in a very readable manner
and, wo are Hure, will prove interesting. Wo want to give you
somo information that may help you and to tell you some o! tho
ways in which we may be of service. Some ol these articles will
apply especially to YOUlt CASE,, aud there is not one that does
not tell you the value ol our service to 80ME ONE, and wo can
servo EVERY ONE during SOME timo in thoir life if given
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
When the under dog gets on top ho is a
The egg from which the silk worm comes Is
so small that It takes one hundred of them to
weigh a grain.
Electrio food and water heaters are said
to Increase hen's egg laying powers and to
prevent poultry diseases due to cold food.
NOT WELL ENOUGH TO WORK
Thousands of American girls and wortnn
are dragging out a weary existence in 'storos,
mills, shops nnd factories with, distressing
weaknesses and derangement which aro sap
ping their very life away.
Such women may finO joy in livirg nnd be
restored to vigorous health by taking Lydia
C. l'inkhsra'a, Vegetables Compound, a woman's
remedy fur woman's ills which has stood tha
-rin Public I.riiKcr, lurnl uml long
Will Bo Asked of Congross Follow
"J ho Department of Justico his handed down
a dfcislon to Secretary Wilson boUing that
thero is no warrant in tho present law for n
ruling that only certain iDgrediisniB mint bo used
in tho manufacture of beer and it has been
decided to appoal to Cor gress for the enact
ment of a law that will giv) the Government
authority to demand that only barley, malt,
hops, yenst and potable water enter Into the
manufacture of the beverage.
THE MAN WITHIN
Feature Tomorrow Night,
Id two part,
l'eaturlng King llngeot.
There Is mire Catarrh In this aeotlon of the
country than ml other dlieaios put together, and
until tho lust few years win supposed to be Incur
able. Korn groat many years.iloctors pronounced
It n local dlseusoand proscribed local remedies,
and by constantly falling to cure with locnKtbkV
imont, pronounced It Incurable, fii'itfico has
proven c itarrh to be aconstltuttonal dlsenso and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I J. Chenoy A
Co. .Toledo, O. , Is tHie only constitutional euro on
tliomnrkoU It Is taken Internally In doses from
lUdraY'sio atoaspoonful, It acts directly on the
jioodand mucoussurfaces of the system. They
olferone hundred dollars for any case it falls to
ourc. Send for circulars und testimonials, Ad
dress, V. J. OIIEXKY A CO , Toledo.O.
Sold by Druggists, 75.
Tike Hall's Family rillsforconstlpatlon.
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Maysville. Ky. .,---"
Is now ready for business, with juSoipa of efficient architects,
engineers, etc., with compeA'fcnl'workmenahip. beat of materials,
and will contract to bAVimlrom the very smallest to the greatest
' S. B. CHUNN, Manager.
THE TARIFF ALWAYS AN ISSUE.
The following article, written for a
Maysville newspaper twenty -four .years ago,
shows that a protective ttiriff has always been
considered a commercial necessity in tho
Unitod States l
Tho nrtiolo vasVitten by our follow-eitizou,
W. II. L)nch, in reply to an article by the
late Dr. It. IV Taylor, father of Dv. A. 0.
Taylor of Maysville,:
Jn: Edttor: I havo read with interest the
article on JFrce-Trade, from the pen of Dr.
Robert N.Tnylor, of Tollesboro, Ky. In that
article ho says that free trade will protect
American 'labor. With all respect for his views
and opiiiious I beg leave to dill'ot and ask for
space in your excellent paper for a brief reply,
believing that it is a positive duty of the press
to discuss the question, because of the too gen
eral lack of correct knowledge of the principle
involved and its bearing upon industrial ail'airs;
labejr, capital and trade, homo and foreign.
Tbpro is a diversity of sentiment among the
mafeaes on the taiiff; a very few favor absoluto
frrio tiade, others free raw materials only.
bme are moderate protectionists, but the me
chanic should favor tho excluding of every
thing possible to bo produced successfully in
this country. 1 beliovo that nine-tenths of the
workiugmon of this city favor protection to
American industry as uot only tho wisest
policy but a principle founded upon necessity
aud never safe to abandon; aud all should de
mand tho most etriugent regulations of immi
gration tending to degrade, or in any way
lower tho American workmen's condition as to
remuneration and employment. Tho Republican
platform favors protection to labor as well as
capital and restriction of pauper contract and
Chinese immigration. The Republican party
is for protection all the time. Tho Democratic
party dare not go before the people on a froo
trade plank, but after election a portion of its
members talk revonue reform. Tho party is
not consiBtant. Tho South is rapidly change
ing to manufactuics. For those now industries
to succeed without protection is impossible.
Ilenco, if possible, (very doubtful) tho Demo
cratic pnrty is forced to adopt a freo trada
platform it is certain to soon loso tho
Southern voto aud in any caeo 'would bo de
feated. Tho past proves nothing moro surely
than this. Thero has been a most persistant
effort made, mainly undor foreign iniluonco
to blind and mislead tho pcoplo on this ques
tion in hopo.3 of profiting tho foreign manu
factures through tho injury -or min of our
own. Is it in any sense good statesmanship
to let this influence go on unnoticed or unop
posed? If tho pcoplo aie ignorant or uncon
cerned should they not be enlightened? No
nation ever prospered without protection in
some form. Duties aro paid chiefly by the
foreign produccis. Under tho iniluonco of inven
tive skill conditions are rapidly changing, com
pelling each nation to guard its interests more
carofully than oven before. Undor all the cir
cumstances then is it policy for the mechanic
to vote with the party that advocates free
trade? Emphatically we think not. Dr. Tay
lor says Free Trade will piotect from
foreign competition the products of American
industry. I know that I but utter tho senti
ments of a majority of the mechanics of Mays
ville when I say that they would not support
candidates who aro in favor of admitting free
of duty such articles as will place them in com
petition with tho cheap labo of Europe. Thoy
aro men of good sense and no amount of
sophistry can convince them that they will bo
benefitted by cheapening the the articles thoy
make. Thoir trade is their entire capital and
they aro as sensitive on this subject as the
millionaire is on tho cheapening of money or
the lessening of interest. Do wo not see most
of the nations of the world putting up tariff
bars to day? Thoy aro compelled to do this
in order to save their own industries from ruin
and tho lowering of tho workingman's wages.
Does this harm labor? Docs it harm other
nations? No! On the contrary, tho more
prosperous and the better pay a nation ensures
to its workmen tho bettor it is for all other
nations. Of what advantage is a poor im
poverished people as neighbors? What kind
of a markot do they provide for the other
nations? A worthless ono because they aio
too poor to buy. On tho contrary, rich peo
ple aro good customers no matter how much
thoy manufacture or raiso themselves. They
aro ever wanting and buying more. If tho
workiugmon of this country fail to take a firm
stand in favor of protection thoy will commit
a fatal mistake in my humble opinion. A
positivo proof that thoy will has boon signal
led in the defeat of Moirisou, of Illinois, nnd
tho largo decrease of tho vote of Johu Oarlislo
in Kentucky, upon tho FreoTrado issue, which
tonds to show tho Democratic party that it
must ceaso to champion' freo trade to bo vic
torious, and that tho workingnian must look
to tho Republican pnrty for tho Uottormont of
his condition, the party that is tho true cham
pion of his rights.
William II. Lynch.
Maysville, Ky., May 2, 1887 -I
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas Work a Specialty
Handle Only the Destof material. J)eald
in Druss Valves and Fittings, Has Stoves
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sewer i'ipc.
Having decided toult farming, I will otTer at
public sa!e, on my furm nt Ili'leun Station, on
October 16th, 1912,
70 liiatl of thoroughbred Southdown ewes
Lot of .Icrsej belters.
-I .lirsey eons.
t heavy furni tenm.
I pair of 5-yenr old mulej; good oucj,
I three-viir old drlvlug in hip,
I brood inure.
2 suckling colts,
1 Duroa boar.
Lot tows and lg4.
1 binder J
3 Imv frame.
1 dump cart.
2 disc Imrrows,
2 ilrui.' burrows
1 three horse Oliver break plow.
3 break plows
3 riding cultivators.
1 corn planter.
1 heuy Iron roller
Aud other items too numerous to mention
TCUMS OK SALK-AII sun s under ll) rash
In baud, over, negotiable note puj utile In Ifanl;.
Sale begins at 10. JO u. in.
uy Your Coal Now
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the .mines
will make the supply short andiigh
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,-' s
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McDaiii
PLUM STREET and P0PL4R STREET,
When wo compound your recipes or prescriptions. This depart-;
ment is perfectly equipped in every detail aud is always in
charge of an experienced pharmacist.
iWE DO NOT substitute;
W. H. ROBB.
iiavk you r.vr.R
Z2 noticed that
SZrtJs TIIK IHQGEST
fcg&SsC THAT'S WHAT
5S5ws3 MADE THEM HIG.
We have prccieely what is called for and the ingredients aro
compounded by scientific methods. Along with perfect service
you secure also the most reasonable price on prescription work.
Serums, Antitoxins, Vaccines, etc. , '
Maysville, Ky. T-Kr THE 3aa STORt
Thos. J. Chenowetli
hat is a
It is the BEST QUALITY of goods that can be bought for any sti
ulated amount of money. You are sure of Bargains if you purcha!
your bhoes at
DAN COHEN'S SHOE STORE
You pay small prices and have the advantage of selections made jbj
our experienced expert Duyers, wno are iamea ior tneir Knowieagej
leather and workmanship, and whose close and intimate associate
with nrst-class manufacturers in all sections of our country give try
an immense advantage in the selection of stock. Save money
Duymg some oi lqq Dargams quoted Deiow.
Ladies' Glassy Fall
Tho greatest assortment ol
high class footwear ever shown
at twice this price. Absolutely
perfect in every detail. This
Bcniion's newest models. A
paving of ono-liall.
Ladies' Glassy 'Ra
Thoy come in tho now eh
of Russia Tan, Gun Metal ?iK
ent Colt, Vici Kid. Buf$
lace. Heavy and Jight.sW
Every size and width. lEfe
LADIES' SHOES n velvet, gun metal, patent; every size. Special $4 yal
Wonderlul values at S249i
MEN'S FINE DRESS AND WORK SHOES In all leathers and up-tothe-nir
styles, Made of all solid leather. Regular $3.50 values. Sale price $1,99a
Misses' and Children's High Top Shoes in all leathers, 99c up.
n- i .- i 1 1 . .1 n 1 Ti j . 1 en mn jj:
uoys new lau siyies in an learners, sz.50 values, oliftfi '
' Boys' Shoes, 1 to 5. 99 '
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