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PIT'S Ibo way of n woman to bo able to koep
., cool la a sot of fun and warm in a poarl
Mason County Members Ac
tive in the Work of Up
Saturday's Meeting One of the
Most Important Yet Held
A very interesting and enthusiastic meeting
of the Woman' Club was beld la tbo Club
rooms Saturday atternooc.
After the reRular order of busiooea the
Uomano Department had charge of the meet
ing, Miss Lltla D. Woods, Chairman of said
deprtment, In the chair.
Several very excellent paper were read on
"The New Government Bureau for Children."
Tbo Childroti'd Bureau was estabUbed by an
act of Congress approved April D.h, 1912 and
began active operation upon the paagaof tLe
legislative, executive and judicial impropria
tion bill on Auguat 23d, 1012.
Uncle Sam baa 41,000,000 boys ami girls la
their teens and younger. Not until recently
rdid he realize how little he knew of this army
of juveniles, except as to their school train
'.log. Sufficient la number are tiny to found a
i juvenile republic of their own moro populoui
.than France. Through this buroau rm will
row better acquainted with the children.
nceforth ho will learn tbo problems of the
nerJdy and most lowly.
law establishing tho bureau provilus
for a'shief to bo appo nted by the President
at a salary of $5,000 annually. S)on after the
l.tt nnn tuna aar akitjml PpaUiint Tntt nrmn niArl
iUUlDHU nUfl GOkOUIiOUGU ft tRIUHV ut ujru ntvu
s4Mtss Julia C. Lathrop of Chicago as chief.
'' Miss Lathrop Is exceptionally well qualified
-fcr this position, having been associated wl h
Jane Addams at tho famous haven of the poor,
Under the watchful eye of Its chief the
Children's Bureau will work for the conserva
tion 'of the American child its health and
Besides making investigations of its own,
It will be the National clearing house for all
vl kinds of information bearing upon the walfare
. of 41.000,000 children.
One provision of the law creating the bureau
Is that none of its representatives "shall, over
the objection of the head of the family,
"Renter any house used exclusively as a family
V No direct administrative function for fur-
tbering new laws or new measures will be
given to the chief of the bureau or ber ex
perts. Another very splendid paper on Juvenile
, Courts was read by Mr?. J. M. Young.
It appeals to the best legislatlon,securing if
Intelligently enforced, the greatest possible
sr"" n"atest number of people. The
ubajoinaiiQeasof the Juvenile Court Is the
acknowledgement by the state that its rela.
Jtlonablp Is that of parent to every child within
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
WHICH 18 BETTER-TRY AN EXPERIMENT
PROFIT BT A MAYSVILLE CITIZEN'S
Something new la an experiment.
Un,t be proved to be as represented.
The 'statement of a manufacturer should
not always be convincing proof ot merit.
Eat the endorsement of a friend Is.
' . Now supposing you had a bad back,
. A Lime, Weak or Acbtog one,
Would you experiment oo ii?
You will read ot many so called cures.
,' Endorsed by strangers from far-away places.
TlVdilTSrent when the endorsement comes
Easy to prove local testimony.
Frederick Dresel, 1233 East Second street,
llaysvllle, Ky., says:
t "I consider Dotn's Kldnoy Tills a most
excellent remedy for kidney trouble and am only
too g'ai to speak In Its behalf. About five
years ago I was bothered by weak kidneys and
thj kidney aocrotlons woro scanty and at
tended with pain during passage. Sharp
. twinges across tho small of my back were com
mon ana greatly Interfered wltb ray work.
vWMIe telling a friend ot my condition,
Jbe advised roe to try Doan's Kidney Pills and I
procured a box at J, J. Wood & Son a Drug
store. I used tbera according to directloni and
'.they afforded mo prompt relief."
For tale by all dealors. Price BO cent.
Fotftr.Ullbara Co., Buffalo, Ntv York, solo
tgeatuprir" jUhih disim,
m j- "
asMDoss'saia: take no 9 ,",5jS?!
wlffir i. a flatl itii iffy i!1 cct 1 JetodilltwiFf
No. 19-MAKING MORTGAGE LOANS
It ia always requisite that thcro shall ho a vvido margin
between tho market value of tho property nud tho amount of tho
loxn for which Baid property is offered as security; f5r our mort
gage loans, liko all other loans that we make, must necessarily
bo Ireo from tho possibility of loss through shrinkage in the
valuo ot the security,
Wo aim to bo as liberal ns possiblo in all cases, howover,
and thoBO who seek loans ot this character will do well to consult
Ab Trustee it holds tho Mortgages, or tho pledged securi
ties, which protect the Bondholders from loss ot principal or
interest. It attends to it that tho Mortgagor lives up to every
tequirement ot tho Mortgage, or Deed ot Trust; and takes npro
priuto action in tho interest of the Bondholders in the event ot
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS l
its borders. In Kentucky only first, second
and third class cities have Jurenile Courts, and
as Maysville is a fourth-class city, sho has no
rorgan'z'd court. The County Judgo Is our
Juvenils Court officer without any pay for his
We hope that tho day Is not far distant when
Maysvills will havo a Javeolle Court, and It is
bopod the Woman's Club will take a band in
tho matter and help push It.
On November 9th Utss Charity Dye of
IndlnnapulM, will givo a lecturo to tbo
Womer.'d Club oo "Moral Training Through
Literature." It Is probable that the services ot
this ti.lintml women could not have been
secured but for tho fact that she Is a native
of UaytvitK and still feels an interest In the
the town ami Us people.
Let the club members and the public
generally hear this glftod lecturer.
Secotary Mason County Woman's Clubs.
Un. J. U. Yoing road the following ex
cellent piper on "Juvenile Courts:"
Madam President, Members of the Club,
Ladies and Gentlemen: In looking over the
Year Book of our Club, I was surprised to find
my name down for a paper on "Juvenile
Courts." I have bad so little experience with
Juvenile Courts, that 1 can tell very little
from personal knowledge.
Naturally 1 know that a'Juvenlle Courtdeala
with children. There Is something In the
half famished cry of a neglected, ill-treated
child that reaches the beart of the most
unsympathetic adult, touches the chords ot
sympathy tbat have been silent for years, and
sets them vibrating; the helpless wall of a
of a poverty stricken, etn-envlroned child Is
maddening to one Interested In that branch of
work, which deals with the child. Tho Juve
nile Court law provides the solution of this
problem of Ignorance, poverty and crime. It
appears to be the very best legislation, secur
ing it iotelligeutly enforced, the greatest
possible good to the greatest number of
people. The fundamental Idea of tbe Juvenile
Court Is so simple anyone ought to understand
I'. It Is the acknowledgement by the state
ot Its relitionsbip of the parent to every child
wltbio Its borders.
Ia Kentucky only, first, second and third-
class cities have Juvenile Courts, and ss
Uaysvllls is a fourth-class city, she has no
organized court. Tbe County Judgo Is our
Juvenile Coort Officer without any pay for hi,
services and ha has no paid Probation Officer.
Judge Rice is a sympathetic man and does tbe
best he can for the children brought before
him. There is no provision made by tbe State
for Ibis Court and when he has a child, boy or
girl, to dispose of pendlog trial bo Is compelled
to send Ihsm to the Hospital Ward of the
Jail. An organize! Court hai a Homo of
Detention with a Uatroa to care for tho
As Uaysvlile h.s never been interested in tbis
subject I could find no literature here boaring
upon tnls subject so I wrote to Lexington to
Judge J. Percy Scott for some Information.
Juit here I will read his letter. You will
readily understand what a benefit this Court Is
to Lexington and Fayette county. As
Maysville is a fourth-claea city wo would have
to present a bill before tbe Legislature asking
for a Juvenile Court organization. It wo can
get that wo will then need a Juvenile Home
for Uason county, so these dependent delin
quent children can be cared for. In the
origin of tbe Juvenile Court law of Illinois I
find some Interesting reading. First it tells of
conditions before there was a law,
MAYSVILLE. EX. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1912
MATII7EE TODAY, 2 TO 4 P. M.
A Feiktura Kill.
TWO DAUGHTERS OF EVE
A beautiful lilcxrupli iJrnliu.
A Thrilling Ralem Drama.
THE CHURCH ORGAN-ESSANAY
i:cry little movement lias n mean
ing all lis nun. '1 lint's wliy the crouili
move to the Gem. Drawing Krldny
n lull t on the gold nntch on (llsplny In
Traivl.s show window.
must bo all things to nil men. He must
gain tho confiJcnce of tho parents and tho
lovo of the children, Every child in bis
district should regird him ai their best frhnd.
As a rule children art) taught to fear and hide
from a Policeman and in large cities some of
them are so brutal it Is no wonder children run
from them. Hut the successful Probation
Officer Is one who visits the ho tins, adjjsts tho
difficulties tbereio, sometimes acts as Jud.jp,
oftentimes as dojtor-nurse and sometimes as
missionary, lie this officer man or woman
they are doing God's work as will as state
A recent amendmsnt to tbis law is that
if posiiblo keep the chill in its homo. It tbe
mother Is a good woman ond too poor to
provide forths child, instoad of placing the
child in at institution, tho court pays the
child's board to its mother, thus onabling ber
to care for her own child, and bo I could go
on telling more and more of these splendid
organizitlons, but surely tho example of what
Is bbing done ia other citioj for the saving of
children should icspire every member of the
Club to uso ber ii (hence toward gottlng a
Juvenile Court organization for Uayevillo.
Mrs. E. L. Worlhlngton, Second Vice-President
of the Mason County Woman's Club, Is In
receipt of a lettor of commendation of tho
local Womau's Club from Miss Julia C. Lathrop,
Cbiof of the Children's Bureau, at Washlncton,
In which she says she Is much gratified by tbe
Interest of the Club in tbe now Children's
Bureau. Also a similar letter from Uhs
Fracces Ingram of the L ulsville Itureau.
Tlie Public Lrilger, lornl nud long
LEST YOU FORGET
The postal authorities requlro
papora sent through tbo mails to
be paid for In advance before
they aro eligible to tbe mail as
If your Puijlic LKDGEit stops,
remember the cause.
Postmaster General Hitchcock has recom
monded tbat all postmasters, irrespoctlvo of
class, be placed under Civil Service.
Bridgeport, Conn , authorities claim to have
evidence that tbo death of tbo youog Italian
woman murdered near Stratford was decrod
by an organization of white slave trafficker.
Colonol Roosevelt U plalntifT in
$10,000 for libel brought agalnBt
a suit for
editor who published that the ex-President
wss "Intemperate In language and I quor."
Ut. Olivet K. of P. Lodge won the pr'z) of.
fered by the Grand Lodge for the greatest
Increaso in membership from January 1st to
to July 1st. The prize was a $60 King's robe.
Straps On Sides
A mattress Is easier to handle it straps are
attached to the sides, says The Ladies' Hume
Journal and for tbis purposo pieces ot old
suspenders ure very estlsfactory or straps
made from bedtlcking. Sew tbo straps or
handles on firmly, two on each aide.
8120 a m 17:35 a m
'S'SOp m.....2:15 p n
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sohedule effective Jun.
TRAINS LEAVE MAVSVILLE, KY,
oiio a.m., mm a.m.)
iij. m.,B:oo p
10:84 p.m. dolly.
Siltp. in., dally.
; a. m., aaiiftuan;
- -.'JUl IL O. 1LMK" V
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. HIS POLICIES
His Trust Attitude Firm, Con
sistent and Effective.'
Recall of Judges a Monaco to Inde
pendence of Judiciary Declares
That Attacks on the Integrity of
His Nomination Are Baseless and
President Taft discusses tho Issues
of the present campaign In tho "Sat
urday Evening Post." He takos his
stand squurely on the Isbuo that with
him rested tho responsibility of main
taining the high standard set up in tho
records of his party and of carrying
out thoso policies of his predecessors
which he declares have mado good
government and Republicanism syn
onymous. The groater part of his argument,
which Is the first of three to bo writ
ten by tho chief candidates for the
presidency, Is dovoted to a review of
tariff legislation during his adminis
tration and to the reasons for oppos
ing the bills set beforo him for a re
duction of schedules before they had
been Investigated by tho tariff board.
He says he signed the Payne tariff
bill because, aboe all, it provided tho
machinery by which alono, In his opin
ion, a Just and Intelligent revision of
tho tnriff could bo effected; because it
gavo tho executive power through
maximum and minimum rates to get
proper treatment for American prod
ucts from foreign nations; because it
imposed a tax on corporations and
paved the way for government Insight
into their operations; because it pro
vided a means of collecting revenue
quickly in case of emergency; because
It granted a larger measure of justlco
to the Filipinos, and finally because it
did provido for a material reduction
In tariff rates, not so much of a re
duction as he would have liked to get,
but as much as he believed It was pos
sible to obtain without tho machlnory
of the tariff board which the law cre
ated. He disapproved of tho tariff
bills since passed becauce he saw in
them a menace to tho American work
Coming to those measures of his ad
ministration which have been passed
in the interests of social justice, tho
president sets down first tho railway
rato bill, which ho describes as the
logical development of tho policy em
bodied In tho Hopburn act. It gavo
authority to tho interstate commerce
commission In many details that had
been lacking and added powers of
supervision over oxpross companloB,
telegraph, tolephono and cable lines
It authorized the Institution of investi
gations of rates beforo formal com
pluint had been mado, the protection
of water lines from unfair competi
tion, and enacted a long and short
haul clause that has proved valuable
to many communities
President Taft asserts that his trust
policy has been firm, consistent and
effective In spite of the enmity of
those business Interests which he
knew it would arouse. Ho points out
that forty-four cases against trusts
were Instituted during the seven and
one-half yeara that Mr. Roosovolt was
President, while during tho less than
four years of his own administration
twenty-two civil suits and forty-five
criminal indictments have been
To what ho styles the nostrums of
the recall of judges and of judicial
opinions tho President is firmly op
posod, holding them a menace to the
independence of the judiciary.
"As we listen to tho demagogic or
laiuous rctormers," ne says, "let us
not forget that votes are not bread,
constitutional amendments aro not
work, referendums do not pay rent or
furnish homes, recalls do not provide
clothing, initiatives do not supply em
ployment or relievo inequality of con
dition or opportunity. For any defi
nite plans from thoso who advocate
innovations which will promote equal
ity of opportunity and ameliorate
hardships wo listen in vain."
As to tho Chicago convention, the
President declares that no considera
tion of party weal or porsonal ambi
tion would tempt him to stand as a
presidential candldato did ho not
know that the attacks upon tho integ
rity of his nomination are us baseless
as they are vicious.
Extract from statement of
Mr. Roosevelt, dated Nov. B,
1804: ., (
"On the 4th day of Maroh
next I shall have ssrvtd three
and one-half years and this
three and one-half years consti
tutes my first term. The wise
custom which limits the Presi
dent to two terms regards tho
substance and not tho form. Un
der rta circumstances will I be
a candidate for or aocept an
other nomination." Rtf.S
Wht.Washlriatn would not J
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
THE LUCKY LOSER
A COUNTRY GIRL
HEARTS AND SKIRTS
Note- 150 given anny Friday evening,
November 15th, 1912. Save your cou
pons. Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
OI'FK'R UOt! !(
1) ( 12 n, III. 1 III O l. Ill,
lly Ai'potiiliiirut Only.
MISS TUU.V TUItNr.Il :is associated In the
olllce with Dr. bruoot.
Miss Tumor Is a uraduate nurse anil has had
seU'Ml Jiari hospital experience In the use ot
1JATHS, MASSAGE and
FOR TIIK TREATMENT OP
And Is fuily prepared (or the work. Any one dn-
slrlnn her services will II ud her at Dr. Smoot's
olllce, where she can bo consulted between the
hours ot 8 and 11 a. in and I to i p. m. Sundays
by appointment only.
Till: LKDOKIl leada In
nil, nnd la the favorite papar
of tho people.
Wo Aro OiTijrliij; On Sato For a Few
Vnye Ono Dollar Size Unities
Compound Itlood and Nervo Tonic fur
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy Tor lthciimntlsm, Itlnnd,
Stomach, Iiicrnnd Kidney TrouoleH.
Oo not Inrtfet the price tISc per bottle
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
HAVK YOU KVIiR
STORKS ARE THE
MADE THEM 1IIQ.
Involving over one hundred thousand dollars, made by our
Mr. Cohen while East the past few weeks.
Shoes and Rubbers
(rf every description made for late fall shipment, bought at great
A liberal Supply
of these new goods received by us to be sold at less than whole
sale cost. When every one is complaining about the high cost
of living, when dealers are paying more for shoes than ever before,
Always Wide Awake !
Always alert to offer our patrons some great advantage, once
more brings you a money-saving opportunity and offers you the
very latest footwear at
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO,
Now Lccftteil ut tbe
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Ia now ready lor business, with
engineers, etc., with competent
and will contract to build from
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. :
G. W. McDaniel
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PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INLTHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We" don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, we should have your trade.
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the very smallest to the greatest
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Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas Work a Specialty.
Handle Only the Bestof material. Dealer
in I5nsa Valves and Fittings, Has Htovos
nud Ranges, All Sizes of Sewer Pipe.