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When Ha comes to her home for dlnnor sho
nibbles daintily at a crarker and tell Him
that she never has any appetlie. But when
ho his gone and the gets her corset off she
can clean up a wholo pot of ham nnd cabbage.
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THE UNWILLIKQ BRIDE
Someulr Matinee Saturday
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
Mr. nnd Mr?. Frank Pardon have bought
tho two-story Tully dwelltog In Oklahoma;
consideration, ?1 100.
Fire destroyed the plant of the Old Hickory
Manufacturing Company at "larksville, Tenn.,
entalliog a loss of $ 10 000.
At the Lexington Horde Sale jeaterday the
Administrator of the estate of the late Holla
E. Hart of Flemlngsburg sold a fine fitly and
colt horse; the former brought $-1,950 and
the latter $1,200
Some claasi that.
Notice To Teachers
The County Hoard of Education has ordered
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lrk narantfl nnd ntmrrll.lna urh.un rtiiMrtin hnVA
.-"fnot enrolled in school the past month. The
vfjV'' '.teachers will please sond me the names of
;!$ '.pupils between the ages of 7 and 12 years,
sBT ' inclusive, also the address of parent or guar-
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Try Th's on Your Piano
A Chicago editor is trying to stait some-
t thing by propounding the question: "A limited
tVotn1 leaving Chicago for Kansas City and
runs at an average spoed of GO miles an hour
."throughout the trip. Simultaneously, a train
-v8tsrt8 for Chicago from Kansas City, trsve'-
lng at the rate of 40 miles an hour. When
they met) which train will be farther from
Chicago? The distance between the two
cities la 493 miles." When you have arrived
at the correct answer for the above, try this:
It William Jones can run a mile In four
minutes, how long will it take his second
' cousin on his wife's side to weed an onion
patch 84x95 feet with a sink hole In the
middle three feet dep and holding 41 gallons
of water and a green frog weighing three
quarters of a pound?
Animals and Rain
"Lions, tigers and all tho cat tribe dread
rain," said a Zjo keeper. "On a rainy day
they tear nervously up and down their cages,
growling and trembling. Wo lajally give
them an extra ration of hot milk. That puts
them to sleep.
"Wolves lovo a gray day of rain. They
nro then very cheery. Treacherous as the
wolf Is, no keeper need fear him on a rainy
day. He Is too happy to harm a fly.
"Snakes, too, like rain. They perk up
wonderfully as the barometer falls and the
damp makes itself felt in their warm cases.
"Rain makes monkeys glum. Thoy are apt
'from instinct, when they see It through the
window, to clasp their bands above their heads
and alt for hours. Ihat atitude, you know,
makes n kind of shelter. It is their primitive
What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your
womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the
hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin
your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely
vegetable ingredients. Itacts gently on the womanly organs,
and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain
and restores health, in a natural manner, by going- to the
source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength.
LARDU I Woman'sTohic
Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., look Cardui.
This Is what she says about It: "I was so Weak and
nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had
fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose
of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the
fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I
know it saved my life." It Is the best tonic for women.
Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women?
Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask yoar druggist
Wrikht LaaW Advtoery Dept, Oif4tewMdMG..ClMOTtt,
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Matinee and Nicht.
BRONCHO BILLY FOR SHERIFF
Featuring 0. M. Anderson.
THE MISSINQ FINDER
A late tong bftlUd by Ilrownte Arn Id
Matinees dally 3 to fi. I.sit show
promptly at 4 for school children.
The Court of Appeals has refused to set
aside the life sentence Imposed on John
Trust In the Taylor Circuit Court for the
murder of Grant Stoner.
Owners and agonts for property used In
Chicago for immoral purposes were promised
immunity from prosecution by State's Attorney
Wayman If they would evict the tenants.
The fur sealing season in the Bering Sea
has closed with the smallest kill In many
years. Ooly 3,764 animals were killed and
those by United States Government azents.
Three American marines and bluejickets
killed at Leon, Nicaragua, Friday, wen thnt
down by drunken rebels aftor the town had
beon officially surrendered. Peace within a
month is expected.
Tho lawyer for the dofenco in tho alloged
"dynamite conspiracy" caso on trial at Indi
anapolis declared that only three men had en.
gaged in dynamiting and that these bad
Tho Archbold Perfume
Columbia, ('. C.J State.
"Who put the odor in Theodore?" Groen
Standard 0 '.
Does This Kind Exist?
We have beard of a youog man who took
his girl out, and "fell out" with her and com
piled her to walk horn j. And we have knov n
of a youog man who toik his ijirl for a rid),
and took pity on his horse, md held bis girl on
his lap to make the bad lighter.
We now bear of a young nun who tojk bis
girl out for a ride, ncd she fell out and he
drovo a mile or two before hi missed her. We
are unable toeolve what character of man he
The 23d Day of November,
At 2 o'clock p.m.. we wilt olTer for sale to the
highest bidder tbe old Llojd farm of
On tbe Salem Turnpike, one and a half miles
Sourlisast of Gcrmantown, lu Mason county.
Tlilt farm has been In continuous poiionlon of
tho Llojd family since 18.12. It has had careful
management, has always been n famous tobacco
farm and li now In a lilnh state of cultivation.
'Ibli farm can bo divided to advantage and
will be offered for sale In parcels and as a whole.
There Is a good two story dwelling, a tenant
house, all necesiary outbuildings, barn room for
25,000 pounds of tobacco, a never fulling and
well-dlstrlbutcd supply of stock water, and fvno
lng In good condition. The place Is one and a
half miles from churches and schools oc a good
turnpike that leads to the stable door. This
farm pays a goctl pi r cent, farmed on the tenant
system and is desirable either us an Investment
or as a home.
For further Information apply to Dan H. Lloyd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
K.I.. TI1UHSDAX OCTOBER 10, 1912
No. 3---SEEK SAFETY FIRST
The various TRUSTS which this company accepts, nnd the good
rensona why it should he chosen to execute such trusts, will be
briefly outlined; nnd it is worthy ol note, at the outset, that NOT
A SINGLlS DOLLAR OF TRUST FUNDS has ever been lost
through tho failure ol a TRUST COMPANY.
Our GOOD SERVICE, throughout, is thus based upon tho PER
FECT SAFETY ol every dollnr. This is our FIRST consider
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
TAFT IS PLEASED
WITH THE OUTLOOK
Has Received Gratifying Reports
From All Sections, He
Daiton, Mass., October 7th. In a
statement given out last night at the
home of Senator Cirane here, where he
spent (he dny, President Tnft summed
up tho political situation ns he sees
it, In his statement he says in part:
"I have every reasou to bu satis
fied with political conditions. I have
been fsimply overwhelmed for days
past with letters nnd newspaper clip
pings, showing the trend of the tide
toward tho Republican party, its
platform and its candidates. I have
been especially grutilled by the nows
from tho Northwestern States. Chair
man llillea of the Republican Na
tional Committe, who has been visit
ing the Northwest, tells mo that re
reports from all parts of those StrTtca
bring most gratifying evidence of Re
publican confidence and activity, with
earnest determination to achieve the
suocess of Republican principles nnd
"The population of the Northwest
is not surpassed anywhere iu the in
telligence and thrift nnd attachment
to American institutions. The farm
ers of that part of tho Union were
never so prosperous, and they do not
mean to risk the loss of their pros
perity by abandoning the Republican
party, whose policies have enabled
them to prosper. They aro convinced
that the third-term candidato is no
longer in tho running, and that the
chuice is between tho Republican plat
form and candidates on the one hand
and on tho otber hand, tho Demo
cratic platform, with its plunks of a
tariff for revenue only; and its can
didate, Govsrnor Wilson, who said in
an address at WilliamB Grove, l'a., that
tho farmer dpes Jiot need protection.
It is unnecessary to explain to tho
farmer, West, East, North or on tho
Pacific slope, what Governor Wilson's
very frank declaration would mean,
with Mr. Wilson in tho White Houso
and a Domocrntip majority in tho
"The same news comes from nil di
Two-Thirds of the Cost
of painting your house is paid
to the painter who puts on the
paint. It costs no more to put on
'The Kind That Lasts"
than ft does to put on tho kind that won't last. Mattic
Paint will last twice as long as keg-lead or hand-mixed
paint. Takes let Mantle Paint than any other kind to
cover a given surface. Mastic Paint i therefore not
only the best, but tho most economical.
Ask our dealer in your town for book of suggestions
'and color chart.
jPoi Sato Hi
Ryder Paint Store
TEACHERS ARE HAPPY
The First Installment of Pay Is
Mailed to County Super
intendents Fuanktokt, Ky., October 7 The
First installment ol pay due the rural
school teachers of Kentucky was made
today by Superintendent of Public
Instruction Hnmlett. A total of
$107,509.5(5 was mailed today to the
Tho amount duo Mason nnd several
other counties follows:
U racken "
Mrs. Blankenship Tells of Her
Restoration to Health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Elliatop. Vu. "I feel it my duty to
express my thanks for what Lydia E.
ble Compound has
done for me. I was
a sufferer from fe
male troubles and
had been confined in
bed over one third of
my time for ton
months. I could not
do my housework
and hud fainting
spells so that my hus
band could not leavo
mo alone for fivo minutes at a time.
"Now I have been restored to health
and it has como from taking Lydiu E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. When
ever I see a suffering1 woman I want to
tell her what this medicino has done
for mo and I will always speak a good
word for it" Mra. Robeut Blank
enship, Elliaton, Va., Montgomery Co.
"Wns Helpless Now Well.
Trenton, Mo. " About two years ago
I had female trouble and inflammation so
bad that I was literally holplesa and had
to bo tended liko a baby. I could not
move my body or lift my foot for such
severe palna that I had to scream. I was
very nervous and had a weakness.
"Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound has helped mo to such an extent
that I think there, la no modlcino liko it
for female troubles I am up and able
to do my work again and I give you full
permission to-publish mylclr fortha
Bakopf other Bufferinfirftromeh." Mrs.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
THE OIRL QF THEQOLDEN RUN
101 HUon feature 101
THE WEDDINB GIFT
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put together, and
until the las t few years was supposed to be incur
able Kora great many yearsloctors pronounced
It a local disease nnd prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly falling to cure with local treat,
incnt, pronounced It Incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co. , Toledo, O. ,1s tbe only constitutional cure on
the market. It Is taken Internally In doses from
lO.lropitouti.'iispoonfiil. It acts directly on the
blood an J mucoussurfaccs of the system. They
olTeroim hundred dollars for any caso It falls to
cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, V. J. CIIKKHY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold byllrtiRRlsts, 7Sf.
Take Hall's Family I'lllsforconstlpatlon.
IIAVr. YOU EVr.R
FOR MAYSVILLE PEOPLE
MAYSVILLE CITIZENS' EXPERIENCES FURNISH
(TOPICS FOR MAYSVILLE DISCUSSION
Tho following experience occurred la Mays
villa. A Mavsvills citizen relates It.
Similar experiences are occurring daily.
Maysville people are being relieved.
(Jetting rid of distressing kidney ills.
Trying Doin's Kidney i'ills the tested
Ms)8ill9 poople testify, ilaysvillo people
Tbe evidence is homo evidence tho proof
Maysville testimony is gratefully given.
Maysville sufferers Bhoald heed it.
W. K. Lynch, 127 W. Third street, Mays
villo, Ky.,saye: "Doan'a Kidney Pills nro a tine
medicine. My kidneys wore weak and tbe
parages of the kidney secretions were scanty
and painful. Having used Doan'a Kidney
Pills before, I again got a box and their use
quickly restored my kidneys to a normal con
dition. I continued using Doan's Kidney Pills
atd they completely relieved me "
For sale by all dealers. Prico CO cents.
r'oater-Mllbnrn Co , Buffalo, Not York, sole
agents for the Unltod States.
Remember the namo Doan's and take no
It is the BEST QUALITY of goods that can be bought for any stip
ulated amount of money. You are sure of Bargains if you purchase
your Shoes at
DAN COHEN'S SHOE STORE
You pay small prices and have the advantage of selections made by
our experienced expert buyers, who are famed for their knowledge of
leather and workmanship, and whose close and intimate association
with first-class manufacturers in all sections of our country give them
an immense advantage in the selection of stock. Save money by
buying some of the bargains quoted below.
Ladies' Glassy Fall
Tho greatest assortment ol
high class footwear ever shown
at twice this price. Absolutely
perlect in every detail. This
ecaiton'a newest models, A
saving ot one-hall.
I A niCO J OLIfinO In
LHUItO OllUtO " uvi Ku sv.mi, ijuiuiu, i-iv-ij ju..i u.t.iiii jp.f Tu.uwut
Wouderlul values at $2,49s
MEN'S FINE DRESS AND WORK SHQES-I" all leathers and up-to-the-minute
styles, Made of all solid leather. Regular $3.50 values.
Misses' and Children's
Boys' new fall styles in
Boys' Shoes, 1 to 5.
I DAN COHEN
WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Is now ready for business, with a corps of ellicicnt architects,
engincors, etc., with competent workmenBhip. best of materials,
and will contract to build from the very smallest to tho greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager.
Buy 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 and high
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McVmiiel 4 Cq.
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
Confidence begets confidence;
You will have when yru have given them a thorough trial and
demonstrated to your entire satisfastion that they are what we
claim them to be.
Thos. J. Chenoweth,
Maysville, Ky. ?;
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imliml - m,. i .ntr.l notnnt. mmi-n
High Top Shoes in all leathers,
all leathers, $2.50 values, $1,49i
w m p i r
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas 'York a Specialty.
HandleOuly theliestof material. Dealer
in Drass Valves and Fittings, Has rjtoyee
and Hangcs, All Sizes of Sewer Pipe.
and the confidence we have in
iTtoxolZ Catarrah Jelly
JV Wine Cod Liver Oil
Cor. Second and
THE jte STORE.
Ladies' Classy Fall
They como in tho new shades
ol Russia Thii, Gun Metal, Pat
ent Colt, Vici Kid. Button,
lace, Heavy and light soleH.
Every size and width.
ci-tn C?rtrinl 5 I Volnnc
Sale price $",99i
W. H. Means
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