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MAYSVILLE, Kl.. TIIUUSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1912
The demand for labor has never been ao
great; wages have never been so high. There
la a shortage of from 7G.000 to 100,000 men
aronnd Pittsburgh alone.
Elmondorf farm ot Favotto county
three first and four second prize? for Dexter
Kerry cattle at the Dairy Show. UoJulati
Farm of Shelby vlil wen the Grand Champion
ship In tho Jersty boll clmo.
Toil&v. Mdllnen and Nlttht.
A LITTLE FAMILY AFFAIR-LUBIN
FcnturliiR Arthur Johmon,
THE INDIAN SUNBEAM
WAR ON THE MOSQUITO
lrUe given away tomorrow night.
Firm prize V, second $1 CO.
tSr Feature tomorrow ulf-ht, "Plro
nt Sea," In two parts,
An Eastern farmer recently sold a grade
calf for $1,500. It bad two heads, alx
legs and two tails, and tho salo was made to a
side show owner who deelrod to put tho freak
on exhibition. With the $1,500 the farmer
paid off a rrortgage which has been bothering
him for five year.
MASON COUNTY SCHOOLS
A Completo Report of the Consus,
Enrollmont and Attendanco
Fallowing is a compldte
and attendance report of
rirsl Clats Schools.
Number of puplla la consul report 3GG
Number of pupils enrolled 279
Average attendanco for month 240
Number of pupils In consus report 120
Number of pupils enrolled 108
Average attendanco for month 89
Nomber of poplls In cenf ui report 102
Number of pnplls enrolled 07
Avorago attendanco for month C7
Number of pupils In census report 100
Number of pupils enrolled '16
Average attendance for month 34
A Serious Joke on
S. Gov't has been experimenting
the poisonous quality of Caf
feine, found in coffee.
57 healthy rabbits were given an average' dose of 5 1-10
-They all died
. See Gov't Bulletin No. 148,
'"" "-'' Bureau of Chemistry.
A cup of coffee contains over 2 1-2 grains of Caffeine; enough in
two cups to kill a rabbitt.
Of course this joke was on the rabbits.
A goodly number of humorous Americans play the same joke
on themselves and keep it up until some fixed form of disease sets- in,
as a result of the daily dose of Caffeine, in quantity enough to kill a
rabbit, but only enough to
Cripple a Man
Not at one blow, but by
little blows repeated daily.
Of course some systems are strong enough to stand all kinds of
abuse, but when a man or woman observes a growing nervousness,
or heart trouble, stomach orbowel or eye disturbances, it is time to
quit the daily dose of coffee and see if Nature will begin to heal.
It is easy to shift from coffee to Postum. The food beverage has
the deep, seal-brown color which turns to a golden-brown when
cream is added. The flavour has the crisp tang so winning to the pal
ate iand the cup is made insltmier by one struck spoonful of the
j stirred in a cup of hot water, and there you are.
Tne change from coffee to Postum works wonders.
Grocers sell Instant Postum.
100-cup tins at 50c. 5Q-cup tins 30c.
If your grocer doesn't have Instant Postum
send his name with 2c stamp for postage and
we will send you a 5-cup sample free.
There' fs a Reason" for Postum
B&k& 'x Madeby Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Pure FoodFactorlcs, Battle Creek.Mlch.
Number of pnplU in consus report 82
Number of pup, N enrolled 45
Average atteodunru for nmntb 31
Number of pupils In cinui report 77
Number of pupils enrolled 32
Average attondanco for month 27
Number of puplla lo consul report 1G5
Number of pupils enroled . ". 98
Averago attendance for month 83
Number of poplls In census report 1G3
Number of pupils enrolled 130
Average attendance for m'inth Ill
Number 'of pupils In census report Ill
Nomber of pupils enrolled Cl
Average attendanco for tifontb 41
Number of pnplls In centum report 168
Number of pupils enrolled 141
Averago attondanco for month 112
Number of pupils in cersus report 10G
Number of pupils enrolled 89
Average attendance for month 78
Number of pupils In cenUJ report 85
Number of pupils enrolled 49
Average nttendincn for month 35
Second Class Schools.
Number of pnplls In cennus report 57
Number of pupils enrolled 29
Average attendance for month 25
Number of pupils In census roport 50
Number of pupils enrolled 25
Average attendanco for month 22
Number of pupils In census report 67
Number of dulIU enrolled 30
Average attendance for month 25
Numbor of pupils in centos report Go
Number of pupils enrolled 27
Average attendance for month 14
Number of pupils in census report 70
Number of pupils enrolled 30
Averago attendance for month 28
Number of ruplis in census report GO
Number of pupils enrolled 43
Average ittendsnce for month 34
Number of pupils in consus repor' 55
Number of pupils enrolled 22
Average attendance for montn 19
Number of pupils in coneus report... . 02
Numbor of pupils unrolled 41
Average attondince for month 34
Number of pupils in onsui roport 58
Number of tupils enrolled 31
Average attentate for month 23
Numbor of pupils in conem report 62
Number of rumls enrolled 41
Averago attendanco for month 27
Number ot pup Is in consus report 59
Number if rupils enn lied 44
Aversgi attendat.ee fir month 39
Third Class Schools
Number of pup Ij in cei.fUj repor' 29
Number rf pupils onrolled 17
Average attendance fur month 12
Number of pupils in cenus report 50
Number of pupils enrolled 2G
Averageattendarcef.ir month 22
Number of pap-' ' cenjus report 47
Number of puiiild unrolled 11
Average attendance for month 6
Number of pupils In census report 41
Number of pupils enrolled 2!)
Averago attendance for month 22
Number of nunils In census report 41
Number of pnplls enrolled 27
Average attendance for month 12
Number of pnplls in census report 51
Number of pupils enrolled 37
Average attendance fur month 29
Number of pupils in census report 37
Number of pupils enrolled 24
Average attendance for month 16
Number of pupils in consus report 32
Number of poplls enrolled 21
Averago attendance for month... .. 13
Number of pupils in census roport .... 38
Number of pupils enro'led 20
Avorage attendance for moat h Id
Number of pupils in census report 11
Number of pnplls enrolled 3G
Avorago attendance for month 22
Number of pupils In census report 52
Number of pupils enrolled 20
Average attendance for month 17
Number of pupils In census report 47
Number of pupils enrolled 31
Average attendance for month 22
Number of pupils In census report 131
Number of pupils enrolled 77
Average attendance for montn G4
Numbor of pupils In census report GO
Number of pupils enrolled 40
Average attendance for month 31
Number of pupils in census report G2
Number of nunils enrolled 22
Average attendanco for month 12-1
Number of pupils In consus report 35
Number of pup.ls emollod 22
Average attendanco for month 12
Number bf prp'ls in census report 41
Number of pupils enrolled 22
Average attendance for month 11
Number of pupils in census report 51
Number ot pupils etr lied 20
Avorage attendance for month 10
Number of poplls in cenui report 18
Number of pupils enrolled G
Average attendanco for month 4
On tha advice of the Pural School Supervisor
the County Uoard ot rMucutlon made the fol
1. The County Bosrd of K location ahould
provide for six months' school tor all dlatricta
la tho county.
2. The County Board of Cducalhn will pro
vide for continuing tho schools in all. districts
to eight months in which tho daily averago
does not fall below 2Z of the census In legal
schools and below twelve pupils la emergency
All scboo's reporting less 'than fifty lo tha
census are emergoncy school
The teachers and truittea must see thU the
compulsory education law la WforcoJ, wotoh
will Ineuro ao eight month's tern all over the
cotiBty. Ibo responsibility Ison the psopUi
ej toe iariu pcaoai n.iici.
)mm O. Yakcry, IMerlaUaikat.
THE GYPSY SPY
Will be seen tonight at
It's a Mil&no Feature In two parts.
A BAD TANOLE
Will l iiiitfinglrd.
A coupon attached to each ticket.
If ou hold thfl luoky number the 150
given away November litli la yours.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,'
U (o 13 it, 111. 1lo O . ill.
Ily Appointment Oiiljr.
Now located at tho
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Is now ready for busineaa, with n corps of cflictent arohitocts,
engineers, etc., with competent workmenship. best ot nutterials, '
and will contract to build from the very smallest to tho greatest
. S. B. CHUNN, Manager,,
MISS TUHA. TtTrtNKIi:is asioclated tn tho
olllco with Ur. Smoot.
MlisTurncr is n graduate nurae and hat had
several )enrs lioiplul epirlence In the use of
UATII3. MASSAGE and
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
And Is fully prepared fnr Ilia work. Anyonode-
alrlBR her services will find her at Dr. Smoot'
(illloc, where he fun be consulted between the
hours n( 8 and 12 n. in. and 1 lo 4 p. in. Suiulu) i
by appointment only.
Wo Arc Offjrliid On Salo For a Fow
Dnys Ono Dollar SUo Bottles
Compound Itlood and Ncrvo Tonic fur
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR SI
A rcuiPtly fop Hlioumntism. Blood,
Stomach, IMvcrniid Kidney Troubles.
Do not forget tho irlcc 35c per bottle
or :$ for SI.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating!
High quality of Gas Work a Speotalty.
Handle Only the Bestof material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Has titovos
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sewer Pipe.
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
G. W. McDaniel $ Co.
PLVM STREET and POPL4R STREET.
sV IB m F
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
17 Bast Sooonil St.
THIS LKDOKIt lends In
atl, and U tho fuvorlto jmpar
ot the people.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We" don't
i handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind,
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money-"
i saving means anything to you, we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. MflcEi
Big Purchase Sale!
Daily the crowds increase as the news of the unprecedented
values is heralded over Mason cqunty and thousands have already
taken advantage and bought their supply of
Follow the crowds tomorrow, as the following values will, with
out a doubt, eclipse all previous records:
Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leath
ers and this fall's newest styles; button
and lace; $2.50 values, $1.49.
Misses' Fine Fall Footwear in all
leathers, regular and extra hi-cut Trooper
Boots; $2.50 values, $1.49.
Misses' and Children's excellent
school shoes, lace or button; in Gun
Metal or Vici; $2 values, 99c.
Children's Vici Kid and Tan button
and lace, with wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6;
85c values, 49c.
Ladles' Extra High Trooper Boots in
Tan, Velvet, Gun Metal and Patent;
every size, every width; special $4
values, wonderful values at $2-49.
Men's High-Grade Shoes in Tan, Gun
Metal, Patent, made in this season's
newest models, including the new raisod
toe and the low receding English style;
$4 values, $2.19.
Boys' New Fall Styles in all leathers;
$2.50 values, 1.49.
'Boys', Youths'; Little Gents Box"
Calf and Satin.Shoes, $2 values, 99c.
Just Keceived A new lot ot Chil- jl
dren's and Misses' Jockey Boots in T
Patent Leathers and Gun Metal.
W. H. Means