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WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
V VOBLW XJEDOKJi-SSti.
UNDER Iho burrusUvo Influence of tbo
devil men wronc their neighbor, then
hate them beciuee they have wronged them,
nnd slander them because they hato them.
Thoro will be a meetloR of tho Painters'
Union Monday night at 7 o'clock at Amazon
Hall. All members ore requested to bo pres
ent ns tho charter Is horo and the election of
officers will be held.
PATHE WEEKLY NO. 37
BASE BAIL INDUSTRY
ONE OTHER QOOD PICTURE
Note tinndi me Ladles' or Gents'
Ooltl Wntrh wll be ghon nwny to tlio
lucky lioiler or the tloket on ncxl
Matinees dully 2 to ft. Iiaat aliow
prouipti) t 4 for schoolchildren.
0CT0PER13TH IN HISTORY
1815 Napoleou Donnpartc landed
at Bt. Ilclenn, a perpetual exile.
1847 Great commercial panic in
1897 Railroad Irailie almost sus
pended in Texas on account of yellow
1905 Death of Sir Henry Irving
from a sudden attack of hrait disease
one hour after leaving theater.
Estate of J. J. Astor paid $11,150,000
inheritance tax to New York State.
tfjjP"Dealers say antharcite shorlagn is
temporary only and six weeks will
. euro tho situation.
Trivato cables predict advance in
minimum rate of discount of Bank of
vEngland this week to 5.
General Electric Company in year
K to end December ;il, expected to shon
-net earnings available for dividends
close to $11,500,000.
President Delano says Wabash Hail
road now handling largest business
'in its history; gross earnings for Sep-
tember were 14 per cent, in pxcess of
An ultimatum was served on all
J"" railroads entering Atlanta, Ga., that a
'general strike would be called if they
continued to aid the Georgia Hailroad,
now involved in a strike.
Secretary of the Interior Fisher and
and Secretary of State Knox Friday
arrived in Seattle on board the cruiser
Maryland, the former from Honolulu
and tho latter from Japan.
"The assurance of a natural gaB Bup-
1 iy ttr T,ari li.ia lipoti rnpnivpi! hv
nl? ' J
'Mayor Jlinton from Captain John
'Tonkin, l'resident of the Cenral Ken-
'tucky Natural Gas Compuny,
i. Oscar A. Arpbach, a Chicago busi
ness man, was bound over to the Cir
cuit Court at Baldwin, Mich., on a
charge of shooting his business part-
Aner, Harry W. Fisher, while hunting.
Declaring his faith in tho Hepuhli-
can parly and its principles unshaken,
Senator William Alden Smith of
Michigan, who had been indorsed by
'Gov. Osborn as a "truo blue" i'ro--jRreasive
and Progressive candidato tor
Iho United States Senate, renounced
'the honor and declares for tho party
of Taft and Prosperity.
FOR HER FATHER'S SAIE
MAN FROM DRAGON LAND
1 ADMISSION 5 GENTS
iif I "! IMPI I lll I MtlllUIUI'
Tf J W ir-Triiiw Minai.w .i m i-Mcfca,iiWrmrrtfiwiriU.1
No. 6---THE LOANING OF MONEY
To business men and women and today there are few of us
who are not in some way identified with business even if it be
but the business of financing a honaohojd we offer facilities
which arc unsurpassed.
Wc arc pleased to lend money to thrifty people, and to firms
or corporations, as we are to receive their deposits.
Few large businesses am ever established without tho r.id of
bank loans; and tho possibilities of business success ars vastly
increased by good banking accomodations.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
The I'ostollice Dppsrtmc.it hns
ruled that only bona fide pub
Bcriptions aie eligible to the
mails as second-class matter,
and that bona liile sulnicriptions
arc only those paid in advance.
I'lcnso heed this notice and
you'll know why jour Li:iii:it
Wo Minn bell are ringi'g.
Si-v oral from hero at'ended court at Mays
Mrr. D.tro of Ilernard is ery ill nt tbk
Mr. and Mrs. Cites Hendrlx and children,
Rettio and Eugene, fpeot Silurday acd Sunday
with relatives In Uath county.
Uti. Cmtly Sownrdd has returned homo nfter
i woek'e visit with Mr. and nod Mri. William
Rachel of Falmouth.
Mr. John BroJt of Ilernard Ins returned
home after a months pojiurn fo Ttxm Whiit
there ho visited Mr. Charles Wells, our former
Superintendent, nnd reporls him duiog well.
Mr. John R. Stevens of Falmouth left one
day last week for Lexington where ho bus re
ceived employment. Mrs. Stevens and little
eon will join him later.
Tho children of this neighborhood vnro con
valescent from the tonaililii epidomlc nnd the
Ilernard school has increased to utmost reg
ular attendance again, and tho Sumhy (chool
at Bernard also is increasing and wo hope
to havo a large crowd next Sunday at we ex
pect to continue Sund ty school uot I January.
Of Woman's Missionary Socioty
Octobor13th-14lli at First M. E.
The following is the program for the Circle
Moeting of tho Woman's Mlsshnary Society
to be held in Mnyaville, October 10th and 1 1th
at the Fret M. R. Church, South.
EVENING SESSION. OCTOBER 1CTIT.
Address Mr?. Trawick, Fourth Vico l'res
ident of tho Ccuncll.
MOIiNISO S1.SSIUN, OCTOIIEI1 1 1TII.
9 o'clock. Devotional. OrgantzUlon; toll
call, brief report by District SocreUry.
9.30 o'clock Institute on Christian stow-
ardsbip and mission study.
10.30 o'clock. Paper and discussion. Weok
11 o'clock. Opportunities and duties of
11:30 o'clock. -Illbio half hour.
1:30 o'clock. Hymn nnd pruyer.
1:45 o'clock. Institute on eocial sorvlco
and local work.
2.30 o'clock. Dltcuuloos on funds of both
2:50 o'clock. Institute on young people's
and children's work.
3:40 o'docV. "Co Forward."
Several conference officers will be presont;
and It Is urged on each auxiliary to send n
delegato (3 today's all day session. Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 the Young 'People's and
Children' societies bad charge of the
A large attendance U deilrcd at today's
meetlax & Itwlll DrtYibA tatemtVz and
Jtartmctlte. . ,fA- Jtoft?'
Kl., MONDAY, OCTOBER. M, 1912
Premier Pohicnro has declined to intorvene
wl h Russia for better isiportj for Trench
Idaoliles on tho ground that tho timo U
About COO nrmyffficers will bo compelled
to return to thi'ir ommanda undtr thj nuw
"totach'il somen" law, which will bectme
efTectivo Di-omliPr 15.
The Stite I.iro Stork Hoard of Kentucky nt
its mectlni; in LobIsviIK Tu'sday nil! c r.
alder the adhabilty of q lar.inlininc nualm't
horoes from NebriaU and Kans i.
) A Iht chor'O for all parkagea rogardlo8 of
jcontenis und distance of traneportation was
advocated by Jmen L. Cowlve, Secret iry of
j the Postal ProKrea I.enKue, nt the txpress
I rato hearing.
OiCir Clnndler of nearOsingsvillo, sold to
Wilson & Ilondrix 100 f.it hogs to bo delivered
in Novomber :it$7a hundred weight, and 70
sbo its to bo delivered I iter ot $0 .".0.
Has the Right to Whip a Boy
Who Snowballs Him,
Cnn a foaelier whip n lioy who hilB
him with a snow lm'11?
Yea. The anewer is Riven by the
Supreme Court iir tho case ol tho
State of Ohio aainet Kiley Martin,
who, acconliiiR to the data, chastised
Morris K. Search, 13, of Zuirhville,
February 8th, 1912, becuisc ho had
thrown a snowball which connected
with Rome part of tliee.xterior nnatoiny
of the said Mr. Mnrtin, the school
master, Ihe ciBC wits heard in the Court of
a Z mcaville Justice of the 1'eace
following complaints of tho grand
mother of the boy to the Humane So
ciety. The Justice assessed a tino and
cos's of $17.19.
According to testimody brought the
switch with which the lad was chas
tised, cut from a cherry tree, was six
feet long and thee quarters ot an inch
thick. It is Baid that blood trickled
down one of the ankle bones of Search.
The pedagogue carried the case to
the higher Court, winning in every
instancp, the culmination being when
the Supreme Court ruled in his favor.
ilavliiK drclclfri to .jolt fnrinlnif, I will cirer at
pulilir mile, ou my f urn) at Helena Statlo i, on
October 16th, 1912,
"0 bead of tlinronidilirul Southdown ewes
Lot of ,lerHj belfers.
i .Ii'riy cows.
1 ticavy fiirm lenm.
1 piilr ot o year old iniilt's ; good ones
1 three. year old Urlvlue; nm'o,
I hrood mure.
I Duroo Lonr.
Lot tat mid Iik-i,
3 hv frames.
1 dump cart.
2 dio burrows,
1 three horso Oliver break plow,
1 rorn planter.
1 heavy Iron roller. ,
And other Items too numrrous to inonllqn.
TK11MS Off SAI,i:-All suits under 110 ossh
In hand; over, neKotlabla note pii)ab!o"tu bsok.
Sale.beftlni at 10:31) a. m.
" V tWI W W . m. .
,,W'. H. KOBB.
BVAll mnftrr tor iiiihllrallon niuat bo
lwuU'l 111 before 0 o'clock it. in.
Many Progressive Measures
Put in Force
THE WHOLE PEOPLE SERVED
Express Companies Compelled to Re
duce Rates, Parcels Post Law En
acted and Other Notable Progrcs
civc Policies Made Effective by
Taft Without Doastlng and Noise.
DlHptusionato judges will accord to
thu Taft administration tho credit of
putting In forco moro nieasures ot a
positively progressive chaiacter than
uny other administration since the
chll war Not only havo such meas
uii's hei'ii muneious, but they havo
been of groat aifd far-reaching Impor
tance l'lesident Tuft has labored In
dofatigably to sero the wholo peoplo,
and by means of his broad experience
and rau judicial mind and having at
IiIh comimii'd legal talen of tho high
est ouler ho has put his progressive
pollch c one after another Into valid
nnd practical legislation. This haa
been done without boasting nnd noise.
Whether Indicated or not at the com
ing election, Mr Taft's work will
stand as a chapter of achievement as
brilliant as It is meritorious.
We wish at this time to inlto atten
tion to two specific features of gov
ernmental progress. One consists of
the interstate commerce commission's
Investigation of tho express compa
nies, resulting in tho recent report or
doling the companies to reduce rates
and Institute sweeping reforms In va
lions diieetloiis Tho other is the on
net incut of the llourne parcels post
bill, one of the most useful measures
eer put in foico In this country under
tui administration. These two re
forms, taken in connection, will exert
a pov.eitul influence for a 1 eduction
of tlic toot of living.
Mr Taft has been lu complete sym
pathy with tho interstate commerce
couMiilsfciou s Intiuiry Into tho express
biiHliHMH, a process consistent in ull re
sperts with the administration's gen
eral pihcj of compelling big corpora
tlous to squat c themselves with the
luw I'tid tho public Interest Some of
the moic puwciful corporations do not
like that policy, but the public ought
to Indorse it. The enactment of a par
cels po. t law In lugs to fruition a plan
that found Indotsomunt lu the plat
form upon which tho president was
elected Through the action of tho
senate the Doiiine bill, looking to a
parcels scnico at the lowest practica
ble rates wlthiti n given territoiy, was
substituted for tho house bill with Its
Hat rato provisions. Tho measure as
passed piobably Is not perfect, nor
should the rates bo regarded as per
manont. Tho plan is experimental in
cortain respects, llut wo believe tho
pinciplo of tho act is correct. Ono of
tho most important aspects of this
menstire is Its bearing on tho food sit
uation It will give consumers nnd pro
duce! s a now medium or direct con
tact. The interstate commerco com
mission's rulings respecting the ox
press companlos also make special ac
'count of this problem. Tho express
companies are required to order their
business in such a manner as to give
quicker soivlco and lower rates on
It la recognised by all economic In
vestigators that ono of the greatest
problems i elated to tho cost of living
is that which has to do with the sys
torn of disliibutlon Express reforms
and tho paiccls post will bo of great
value In promoting prompter and
cheaper dlstiibtitlon of food products
especially, and at tho same time the
scope of these measures Is so compre
hensivo as to apply to all classes of
miicbandlse. Production, too, should
be gioatly stimulated by tho influence
Wo do not say that Piesldent Taft
deserves the solo credit for those do
panares, but wo clto them as features
of an administration that some persons
would havo us lioliovo is nonpiogros
sivo, when In reality they form a logi
cal part of a groat progressive epoch,
which opened with the Inauguration of
Mr Taft and which, In tho peoplo's
patriotism and good souse, will bo con
tinued (lining four moro years of tho
same courageous and ablo leadership.
vA wwiwftivt 'wyVjij
h'Alract from statement of Mr. 8
k Roosevelt, dated Nov. 8, 1904: g
8 "On the 4lli day of March 3
next I shall have served three B
p and one-half years, and this g
three and one-half years con- o
g stitutcs my first term. The sjj
wise custom which limits the ft
S President to two terms regards 8
8 the substance and not the form. j
l Under no circumstances will I ft
be a candidate for or accept cj
K another, nomination." ' sjj
!;! "What Washington would not ft
; (ake, and Grant could hot 0, $
ijj rq iqib shall have." j
ONE COPY ONE CENT, t
A WESTERN VACATION
FAR AWAY FIELDS
ALL ON THE ACCOUNT OF A WIDOW
Note 150 given nway Krldny evening,
November IBtli, 1013. Suva your cou
pons. Thero Is more. Catarrh In this section of the
country than ull other diseases put together, and
until the last few ) cars was supposed to be Incur
able, Koragreat many jcarsdoctorsproiiounccd
It a local disease and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly fatlln ir to euro with local treat
Jment, pronounced It incurable Science bin
proven caturrh to bo aconstltutloiial disease nnd
Catarrh Curo, manufactured by V. J. Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, O., Is tho only constitutional cure on
theraarket. It Is taken Internally In doses from
lOdropstoateaspooatul, It acts directly on the
bloodandmucoussurfuces of the system. Thcj
ofTeronehundreddollars for any case It falls tt
cure. Send for circulars nnd testimonials. Ad
dress, V J. CHUNKY A CO , Toledo. O.
Sold byDniRKlsts, 75f,
Take Hall's Family l'lllsforoonstlpatlon
IIAVn YOU KVF.R
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SZrrtZt) 'Jlli: HIGGI'bT
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KSwostf MADETHILM IlIG.
FOR MAYSVILLE PEOPLE
MAYSVILLE CITIZENS' EXPERIENCES FURNISH
(TOPICS FOR MAYSVILLE DISCUSSION
Tho following experience occdrred in Mays
ville. A Unvevillo citizen relates it.
Simllir experiences are occurring daily.
Maygville people are boiog relieved.
Getting rid of distressing kidney ilia.
Trying Doiu'a Kidney Tills the tested
Unysvjlle peoplo testify, Mayev.llu popl
Thu evidence is homo evidence tho proof
Maysville testimony is gratefully given.
Majavilla mirerers should heed it.
W. F. Lynch, 127 V. Third etreot. Usyi
ville. Ky , sas: "Doin's Kidney I'dla nre n bne
medicine. My kidneva uer weak and the
piinages of tbo kidney secretion oro ecanty
inJ piinful. Having used Du-iu'ti Kidney
I'il's before, I acain got a box and their use
joickly restored my kidneys to a normal con
dition. I continued ualngDoan's Kidney Tills
and they completely relieved mo"
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 cent.
Fo3ter-Mllbnrn Co , iluflalo, New York, solo
agents for thu Unltod States,
Horaember the name Doan's and tako no
Of Fall Footwear enables us to offer a selection of Shoes and Rubbers that will
please the most critical. Anything in footwear you may desire at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
Oiy stocks are complete
the season have we been" able to offer such remarkable values. You don't hear
anything about the "high cost of living" here.
You Save Big Money by Buying Your Shoes at Dan.Cohen's Big Bargain Shoe Store
A PURCHASE OF MEN'S NEW FALL FOOTWEAR
A manufacturer's need oi cash enables us to put on sale hand-sewed shoes, in the
very latest toes, at prices less than one-half their true value. $L values $1,90.
Ladies' Shoes in Tan, Velvet, Gunmetal, Patent; every size, every width; special,
wonderful values $L. $2.49.
Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leathers and in this fall's newest styles, button
and lace. 3 values Sl.JJU
Migscs' New Fall P'ootwcar in all leathers, regular height and extra high boots.
S3 values $1.11).
Misses' and Children's Excellent School Shoes. Lace and button in gunmetal
and Vici. $2 values l)l)c.
Men's High Grade Shoes in Tan, Gunmotal and Patent; made in this season's
nowost models, including the new raised toe, and the low receding English style. Jt
and 5 values 2.19.
Boys' New Fall styles in all leathers, $3 values $1.19.
Men's Dress and Work Shoes in all leathers, plain toe or tip. $2.50 vnlues $1.19
Boys', Youths' and Little Gents calf and satin calf shoes. $2 values 99c.
Children's Vici Kid and Tan, button and lace; wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6, 85c
ALL KINDS OF FELTS AND
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Is now ready for business, with a corps of efiicient architects,
engineers, etc., with competent workmenship. best of materials,
and will contract to build from tho very smallest to tho greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager,
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,
OOO bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
W. McVmiel & Co,
PLUM STREET and POPL4R STREET.
Confidence begets confidence;
You will have when yru have given them a thorough trial and
demonstrated to your entire aatisfastion that they are what we
claim them to be.
vjCSSi Throat Gargle
Thos. J. Chenoweth,
Maysville, Ky. &gr
in every detail. Never before
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gaa 'York a Specialty.
Handle Only the BeBt of material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas Htovee
and Kunge8, All Sizes of Sewer i'ipe,
and the confidence we have in
Wine Cod Liver Oil
Cor. Second and
THE fe2 STORE.
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