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S A MILLION AUTOS 4" q
III GEM THEATER
" lllwiipru Quality unci Clns It? ten Supreme
. HI SpfCinl TriUv. Matlnra nrt Wight.
A Now Owned in the U. S. AlKAu ike plays the devil today
V III A Koatum OomeUy 'Km llest Kver.
iAB5 5 340,000 Machines Turned A "Si'fii KtfiSILW.
iVfSk. ... III A venture Film.
.;:-iaK M,op MBU' nut n mr n
it svisP Time onough thero n ror tnis nvinp,
'' 3Bfc neei' 'or a horF'11 crush;
3mc ' TIs better to go slow at d "get there" .
E ' kan nn.tmn In amnati irlltl - mall
Httf IUDUKUUUWU .uoiunou -iivuuiu.m q.
U l-M. " , "', , "TT3fT Calif ornians Hava Purchased
!F "--. Od R9R Anlno Th? Yphp - T DnQCn PIU fi PRinP
ft? .MJ, lOO. .-,., I-.M.UU ..liW . WM.
J, .. Hj WomeD'a drosie', wo aro told, are to bo
'V aE tighter. Alwnya aeeklnc tbe unattaioabM.
'J X jp Few of us woulJ bo pleased to see nur
I mM selves as others, or nt least some othera see
'Chahman Tujo, of the "money trust" in
vestigating committee, has Issued a call for his
corumitteo to meet In Washington November
Clarence Mooro sold his 1912 crop of about
5,000 pounds of tobacco to William Gault of
Meson at 13o. Thle is said to be one of the
finest crops ralsod in tho county this year.
Mr. Olivot Trlbunp.
Approximately 100.000,000 feet of lumber
his beoo parchasod in the last 10 days from
Oregon and Washington mill, by Eastern car
building compinief. The orders are to bo de
livered In Urge lota this winter. This la one
of the largest lurab?r deals in tin history of
the Industry in tho I'aciflo Nor hvest.
Provides Compassos Those Who
Roam tho Fields Need Never
Now that the hunting season is on, many
men will go a full In all parts of Ibo country
'entirely ettano to them. Few Indeed carry a
pockot compass and It is will to remember
that nature has provided a hundred and one
pointers by which direction can bj found.
For instance, there is a maturo treo thtt
stands apart from itfl fellows. Thi bark on
'.hLutrjBS-wlH ba. harder, drier and lighter in
olor oa the south side. On the North it will
be dirker and often at the routs it will fh-iw
a c'umpof mold or mos'. On the outside o f
all evergreen trees gum which oozes from
wound and knot holes will be hard and amber
colored. Oa tho North side this gum is
softer, generally dustier, and is of a eulid
gray hue. In the nulumn or winter trees
that shov a rough bark have nests of Insects
In the crevlcies on the South side.
Hardwood trees tho ojk, the mb, cloi,
hickorioJ, me'quite, etc hivj moss and
molds on the North. Loaves are smaller,
tougher, lighter in color and with darker
veins on the South. 0: the' North they are
longer, of dirker groen and wi;b lighter
veins. Spiders build on the South eiJ'. In
the South air plants will attach themselves to
the North side. Cedars bead their tips to the
Sawed or cut stumps will afford the compass
points inasmuch as the concentric rings are
thicker on tbo South side. Tho heart of the
stump is thus nearer to tho North side. These
results are said to bo due to tho influence of
the sun. Stones aro bear on tho South el Jo,
and if they show any moss at all it will be on
the North. At best, on the sunny side, only
a thin coveting of harsh, hilf-dry moss will
be found. The ground is noisier under foot on
the South side of a hill. On the North side
ferns, mosses and lite fhwers grov. When
one is in a marsh small bushes will tfford the
lesson. Then leaves and limbs show tho same
difference. AlmoH all wild fl era turn their
faces to tho South.
THE EVIDENCE 13 SUPPLIED BY 10CAI TESTI
MONY If the roader wants stronger proof than the
following statement and experience of a res
ident of Mayavillo what can it be?
Mrs. Delia Lunoford. 328 B. Front street,
Maysville, Ky., says: "Dean's Kidney Pills com
pletely and permanently cured me of kidney
complaint and I am glad to confirm all I said in
1008, when I publicly endorsed them, I at
tribute m; kidney trouble to a strain which
started with sharp shooting pains through my
kidneys, and a dragging down feeling through
my hips. I was alllicted regularly with dull
headaches and dizzy spells, and often if I had
not caught bold of aomething for tuppoat I
would bavo fallen, I was In that condition
for several years, up one week and in bed the
next. I finally began to notico the symptoms
of dropsy, and In a short time I was suffering
from this trouble. Uy feet began to swell
and my bands alio we-o afiicted at times in the
same way. At night I was restless and always
felt tired. I read of a similar case being cur
ed by DoatiV Kidney Tills, and I got the
remtdy at Wood & Son's Drug Store. This
relieved ma so much from the first that I got
another supply, and before long ( was entirely
cured. .Doan's Kidney Pills savod my life."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 ceitf.
Foster-Mllbnrn Co., Buffalo; Nov York, sole
agents for the United States.
Reasmbor the name Doan's and Ulse do
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
AcliieviuB r rccsrd not surpassed
by fuiy other industry given to tho
production of intricate, sensitive,
high-grade mechanism, that devoted
to the manufacture of tho automobile
preaents results positively staggering
in their extent and magnitude, and
all as sequel to ten years of endeavor
on the pirt of American makers.
Early in tho year n detailed, pains
taking ennvaas was undertaken, with
the view cl learning tho exact pres
ent status in the United States ol tho
motor vehicle in a quantirivn way,
and authentic statistics are now made
public, as follows:
On October 1st, 1912, there were
registered 090,738 automobiles, with
total valuation of $1,188,885,G00, al
lowing $1,200 as tho average price of
each car. Of this number 920,918
were gasoline pleasure care, 35,978
motor trucks and 33,842 electric
vehicles. According to the last Na
tional cent u a this means that fcr
every ninety-two inhabitants there is
ono eclf-propclling machine.
An astounding (act noted is that of
nil the automobilos used throughout
tho union, 2G.9 per cent, have been
purchased since January 1st of this
The registration fees total $5,229,-
459. G5, or au average taxation by tho
state of if5 28 upon each and every
In the matter of distribution New
York leads with a total of 102,870 airs;
California comes second with 83,728,
and Ohio third, with 63,550.
Though following the Empire state
in the whole number ol machines
used, California stands first in the
magnitude of additions, she having
acquired 24,520 new cars during 1912,
thereby giving ono automobile to
every twenty-eight people, as against
one to each eighty-nine in New York.
Positively stupendous has been tho
increase of registrations in West, Vir
ginia and Maine, the former showing
gain of 148 psr cent., latter of 147;
feats without parallel in the history of
A review of tho growth of motor car
manufacture offers some vivid aud
stirring figures. In 1903 only 9,000
machines wejc built all told; in 1904
tho number grew to 12,000, theu took
a leap to 22,500 in 1905 and swung
upward thereafter withTgreat rapidity,
tc-wit: ia 1900, 30,000; 1907, 39,000;
1908; 50,000; 1909, 108,000; 1910,
173,000; 1911, 200,000; 1912, 340,000.
As regards the manufactures of
motor machines it is shown there aro
now 576 distinct concerns therein en
gaged, 100 of these located in Michi
gan, with G8 in Ohio.
These be dull, cold figures, but
what of fancy they hold for tho minds
of such iMonecrans Apperson, Duryea,
and Ford, who wero laughed to scorn
(or predictions that one day the
streets of the American nation would
bo overrun with vehicles propelling
themselves, without tbs aid of any
outsidn agency whatsoever,
Tho Govornor and the Goat
At Louisville, Kosalr Temple, Ancient
Arablo Order, Nobles of the Uystlc Ehrfne, Is
planning festivities for Thanksgiving Day. A
bacquot Is to be given at The Seelbach after
the Initiation of novices.
Governor McCreary and Attorney General
Garoett are to be initiated Into the mysteries
of the Mystic Noblor. After the Initiation
the Nobles wllL proceed in a body to The Seel
bach, A program of vaudeville sketches has beep
prepared by the Entertainment Committee,
among them being foaturrB of slriklog looal
application. There will be a number of acts
by the belt professional eDtarttlotrs available,
A Kuleii) Laugh ITcOucer,
Lonney's (Jliooolatm, IS prizes Frl
ly ulnht. 'See If you kin pit sweet."
Muilc rendered by Hubbard .V Ha'
At tho May's Lick Hioh School
Buildiny on Thanksgiving Day
It seems but a Jittlo while ago since "Miner
va" harkened to the voice cf ' Eve's other
children" and today we eland on tho thresho'd
of anra when the rural boy and girl stand
"brain to brain" with their city cousin. In
tollectual opportunities are reaching out lo
tho most remote sections, and osger, thirsting
minds grasp at the fruit of knoowlelgp.
Tho progressive llttlu village of May's Lick
nestling in tbo heart of a wealthy and cultured
community is sounding n clarion hujli) in the
march of progress, ba'oz first to adopt the
consolidated and transportation school system;
thus sttndlng pre-eminent In the State High
To farther the came tho ladies of this con
eolidated district are unitod in their efforts to
male the "Bsztar Ilenefit" tu be given for I ho
aid of the School on Thanksgiving Day a (loan
clal and social success.
Tho day's program will be varied by a mom
of Thanksgiving, abundinco served by fair
waitresses in true Kentucky style; a bazaar of
fancy anl us)ful article, a country produce
depart men, from tho wt II filled larders of
many homes, a basket ball game, three plays
and tho cultured hospitality ia which the May's
Lick community excels.
Thero will bo room and attractions for all
ages and tbo public is cordially invited to aid
and encourage this gool work
Mr. James A. Uenson, wife snd little grand
daughter, Gladys line, visited relatives near
Mt. Olivet Monday.
Iter. Haggard closoJ his meeting at the M.
E. Church Saturday night. He bad large
crowds in attendance and several convtrsions
and the Clrirch was groatly strengthened.
LEST YOU FORGET
Tho postal authorities require
papers sent through tte mails to
bo paid for in advance before
they aro eligible to the mail as
It your Public Ledgeh stops,
remember tho cause.
Proves That Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound Is Reliable.
Reedville, Ore. "I can truly recom
mend Lydia 13. Pinklum'a Vojretnblo
Compound to nil women who nvo passing
through the Chango of Life, as it inndo
mc a well woman alter
Suffering three yenrs."
Mrs., Maky Uooaut,
New Orleans, La.
"When passing through
tho Chango of Life I was
MuMvyBMlrt troubled With hot llflSllCI,
weak and dizzy spells and
backache. I was not fit for
anythinir until I took Lv-
dia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound which
proved worth its weight
In cold to me. "- Mrs.GAS-
ton Blondeau, 15-11 Po-
lymnia bt., Mew Orleans.
Mishawaka, Ind.-" Wo
men passing through tho
vnango oi l,uu can taKo
nothing better than Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. 1 am rccom
menuingittoallmyfrienda becnuse of what it has
dono for me. "-Mrs.CllAS.
Bauer, G23 E. Marion St,
Alton Station, Ky.-"For
months I suffered from
troubles in consequence of
my ngo and thought I
could not livo. Lyuia E.
Compound made mo well
and I wantother suflferimr
women toknow about it.
rSThomJi Mrs. EMMA uailey, Alton
Delsem. No. Dak. " I was nassinir
through Chance of Lifo and felt very
bad. I could not sleep and was very
nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound restored mo to perfect health
and I would not ho without It," Mrs.
F. M. Thorn, Delsem, No. Dak,
FAIR THAT I
A TOWN WAKE UP
Bowling Green's School Gather
ing Beat the Circus,
And Made Citizens Realize That Ken
tucky Was Forging Forward to Take
Her Place With Other States of the
A circus can bring n crowd Into a
town tlint will tax tlio llvory stables
and sldo streets, but a Kchool fair and
parade, can do the same. On Oct. 20
Bowling (Ireen wns crowded, crowded
ns if a show was In town, but there
was a til (Terence. It wns a crowd of
eager, expectant people, with eyes look
ing far beyond the mero pit rode; It was
a crowd that marks the awakening of a
state that had dozed comfortably for
LINE OF SCHOOL BOOTnS.
years; It was a crowd that unconscious
ly was making history. It was not n
yelling, surging crowd, but one that
Btood quietly its tho parade passed aud
madu remarks that wero pregnant with
thought. One grizzled old farmer look
ed far down tho line of sturdy march
lug children, smiled and remarked to
his neighbor: "This Is the biggest day
Howling Green over had. It's bigger
than speeches, olectlons and everything
Just think of practically overy school
child In tho county In lino, unrolling tho
principal streets of tlio town. Think or
tho school prldo that came to them
while preparing their unique costumes
and banners to compete for the prizes
offered. Thero wero whole schools In
bluo aud white, black and scarlet,
brown and red and pure white One
group hud each and overy boy, big aud
little, In a brand new pair of bluo over
alls. Even the subdlstrlct trustee had
caught tho contagion of enthusiasm
and marched In his i ow blue overalls.
Buck to the top of tlio hill on which
tho buildings of tho Western Normal
rost went the line of march. Behind
them went the throng of parents ami
friends to lmvo a look at the display
of tho Boys' Corn club of AVarren
county and the exhibits of the schools.
In one of the large rooms at the school
booths wero arranged that each dis
trict school might have a distinct space
for Us handiwork. A walk among
these booths showed beaten biscuits,
cakes, bread, preserves, jellies, garden
vegetables, doll furniture, 6cw!ng of
AmONB, OAKUS AND JELMKS.
nil kinds, drawings, paintings, collec
tions of leaves aud various woods.
Tho corn show was splendid, but li
must bo taken up ns n separato story.
In fact, tho Impression mado on your
roporter during tho whole- day ho spent
at Howling Green was that It was all
too big, too fine, too lmpresslvo to
handle properly. It Is ensy to feel
tho throb of enthusiasm In a crowd
that Is surcharged with It, but It Is a
far different matter to put It Into cold
Such events mako us know Kentucky
has roused herself from her imp and Is
f r''' "W "M ' gF I
?&&; tain- - , --T"'
stretching horsolf and rubbing her
oyes. It Is only necessary as sho rubs
the-drowsiness from her eyes to make
her sea tho problems that confront her
children clearly, then to mnko her
movo forward steadily toward tho
placo that should bo hers among her
sister states of 'tljo Union.)
ONE COPT ONE CENT.
KINO, THE DETECTIVE, AND THE
(''ckturlng King lUgiiot
A KENTUCKY FEUD-REX.
Nothing can slop that Pastime
MAKING UNCLE JEALOUS-ECLAIR
Kverybod) 'a coming home to tlinlr
old reliable 1'atttme, where n welcome
nlwnye awaits them.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by the Home Tobacco Company.
GOUGHLiN & GO.
ED Wirt MATTHEWS
fliUlei, FlratXallounl Iinnk nulldUi,
.-tIAY.VIf.I.r, U V.
ticcal anil Lorx 'Office No. 555.
Distance Pbonei Kesldenc No. 137.
8:20 a m.......j7:35 a n
It, S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule effaotlTR Jim.
3,1912. Subjrct to change
TRAINS LKAYE MAYSVILLE, Y.
1:35 p. in., 8:06 a. ,
9:15 a. in.,dall7,loc-l
6:18 a. in., 8:31 a m.,
J:1S p. m. .daily.
5: a. in., 9:11 a. in.,
1 ,3:41 p.n..dallr,losal.
v:3a. m., trju . ia
IW. Vf . WlKOHr, AMit,
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
t lo iai, in. lio oip. .
7 Apio4iilniu ttnly.l
MISS Tt'U.V TURN Kit :ia aiioolaled lo tho
ofticc with Dr. Sraoot.
illn Turner li a graduate mine and Lai had
ttveral jnnrj koiplial eiperleuo in Ui use of1
UATIIS, MASSAGE and
FOR THE TREATMENT OP
nnicV! w'liere'tiVcauVe noinu'ied iietweuuliue
byuarpp0ointmcutonw ' ' i0 4 p "" Su,"1'l7,
THK I.KDUKU loada In
nil, niul Is the faTorlt jup.r
nf tlio people.
Offers the greatest opportunity of the season for the purchase of
your Winter Footwear. Buying, as we do, in unlimited quanti
ties, we are able to offer you values at great price reductions.
Is the time for you to lay in a supply of Winter Shoes and Rub
bers. Our stock is complete in every detail.
REMEMBER, It's Not What You MAKE; It's What You
SAVE That Counts !
Qll RP HCDP TQMADDnW
ou u uiv
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
Now Loouted at tli
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Ii now ready for business, with n corps ol .efficient architects,
engineers, etc., with competent workmeuship. best of materials,
and ill contract to build from the very smallest to the greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Managbr.
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. Mcmniel $ Co.
PLUM STREET and POPL4R STREET.
THE BEST .WHISKIES. APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money rofunded. We" don't
i handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind
! whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if monopv
i Baving means anything to you. we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "EK
M - - - - - - - -
-THE BEST EVER!,
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas 'Vork a Specialty.
Handle Only the Best of material, Dealer
in Brass Valves anil Fittings, Oai ritove?
and Ranges, All Sixes of Bower Pipe,
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