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If You FfillfAireeWfn
On oil subjecls for two days in succession, it is time to
fix things up with ihe undertaker. Not so on
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9 JILT PUBLIC LXDQEB-Ufi.
GIRL WHO 13 TOO DELICATE TO
walk five squares la the open air to
cet a new dlfbpan for her Maw can
dance thirty-five miles In a hot ball and holler
InVoodford, 1,000 barrels ol corn
sold at "$2.25 per barrel. Id Jessa
raino county it is edling at $2 per
barrel in tbo field.
- 4 Owned an Entire Village
Mt. Olivet Tribune.
Dempior K. Cooper, the Roneral merchant
and Postmaster at Abigail, who has the dl
ticclloD, of belnjj possibly the only person In
thU Unite! Stales who owned an entire vll
Mge, hss sold all his roal estate, embracing all
tie residence and business property In the vil
I jKe of Abigail, to George It. Thompion fcr
TO GO HIGHER
Christian SchuHzPearce, Ma.-
tive of Maysville, May Be
U. 8. Treasurer
is One of ihe World's Greatest
Waihington Ditpatch to Saturday's Courier
Journal, Christian S. Pearce, formerly of Uaysvil'e,
and known all over Kentucky as "Crit," was
notified by Secretaty' MacVeagh today thai
.he will shortly ba appointed Assistant Treas
urer of the Uoltod States, to succeed G. C.
Banlz, whose resignation was requested by
Ur. MacVeagh. (o tender of the bflicn
wifi erday to Sir. rearer, hot he ws
not wV... to aceppt until he learned that bU
ndvacce would In no way force out another
man. The Secrotary made It clear that Mr.
Uantz was not wanted any longer in th tv
Trouurer's office and when Mr. Uantz reilgnx
Ur. I'earce agreed to accept. Ills appolotment
will be made soon by the President and i
subject to confirmation by the Senate. Should
the body rofuae to confirm Mr. Pearce, which
Is unlikely, he will continue in offico until
March, 1913, whon it will be up to President
Wilson to name an Assistant Treasurer. Should
the Senate confirm hla appointment he will
eerTeuntltTwsident Wilson chooses to name
a successor. V , ?
The indications today wero tint not only
will Ur. Pearce, who is a Democrat, hold hit
new office under the new (administration, but
that a boom will be started among Ken
tncklana to raise him to the office of Treas
urer under President Wilson. The Treasnrer
Is one of the first officials to be appoioted by a
Ur. Pearce is now chief of tho Poatal Sav
logs Division of the Treasury at $.',50 J a
year. His new place pays $3,600. He is a
brother of Charles D. Pearce of Louisville, ind
was appointed to tho Treasury Department
eighteen years ago by Secretary Jobo G.
He was modest over his advancement when
Been today, bat highly pleased to think that a
-' Dpmnr'.rnl rnnl.t fnrn an well under n Rnnuhli
'in administration. "A blind bog is bound to
t an acorn occasionally," ho said, "you can't
ep a squirrel on the ground."
ENDORSED AT HOME
tnnrs arthir Runinn MMViHr.f amy
public endorsement of a local citizen Is
proof that can be produced. None
.u.,nono stronger cm ba had. When a
comes forward and testifies to bis fellow.
ens, addresses bis friends and neighbors,
may be sure he Is thoroughly convinced or
fould not do so. Tellling one's experience
(lit is for the publlo good is an act of
's that should ba appreciated. The fol-
statement. given by a resident of Mays-
ls one more to the miny cases of Home
ments which are being published about
'Idney Pillr. Read it.
)hn E. fturns, Maytvilln, Ky says:
itlmonlal I gave in 1908, 'when I
ecoramended Doan's Kidney Pills still
d. I know that this remedy If just as
td as it has been uied by one of roy
' with satisfactory results. This
is obtained at Wood k Son's Drug
. ' by all doalera. Price 60 cast".
rn Co,, Buffalo, Nor York, sol
7 United State.
tkMrpDoaii'i sd tJ bo
United Service a Splendid
Meeting and Great
Young People Spend More For
Gum and Picture Shows
Than For Church
The Womon'j Mission Societies of the vari
ous Ceurches met for on all-day union service
at the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday,
IIsa Burrows conducted tho devotional ser
vice bt the morning session. Tho services
opened with a hymn, lit. 1. F. Bjrbour, ac
Then followed scripture lesson from Luke,
Ulss Loulso Best presided over the meotlog
In goneral. After Uiss Best stated object of
the meeting Miss Rtins gavo an account of
tho work of the First Presbyterian Church for
home missions and an account of Pikeville
Mrs. Noyes spoke of the home mission work
of Ihe Southern Presbyterian Church and the
work among tho Negroes.
MI.' a Best then introduced Ure. Yancey of
Lexington, who rrade a few remarks as to the
oljict of the meeting.
' No report from the Baptist Churcb, Uits
Curtis being unable to bo prrsoot.
Air?. Young of the Christian Church then
ppokoof tho work biiogdoneby theC.W.B.V.
11 iw GUI gave an accouot of the work of
thn I'pfecopil Church.
Mies Rett give the work being done by the
women of the M. E. Churcb, South.
After pong by Uiss Laubley, Ur?. Ficklin
announced Uiss Hard of the City Missions an
ablo to be present and asked Uisi Barrows to
present the work or me uty uiseion. bue
tfpoke of injir Industrial fcchool ana nod ttie
wonderful work of Urs. Brock and Uiss Hurd.
The morning session was closed by tbo Lord's
Prayer being repeated by all.
Ure. Sharp conducted the devotional of the
afternoon's session, opening with the bvmn,
MUy Faith Looks Up to Thee."
Wbi'e she led in an etrneat prayer for God's
help and blessing on her efforts, Ulsa Arch
deacon played softly the hmn, "Savior, Thy
Dying Love," after which Urs. Sharp read por
tions of Scripture from Acts, 2d chapter'
Uiss Liubley sang the above mentioned
hymn, each verse being intorepersed with short
prayers from Urs. Moody, Uiss Lee and a
silent prayer, closing with the Loro'd prayer.
Uiss King then sang a beautiful (election.
Uiss Best presented the speaker of the
afternoon, Urs. Sarah K. Yancoy of Lexington,
who spoke on "America Her Problems, Needs
She dwelt more er-pecially on the Negro of
the South, our mountain people and our Immi
grants, and stated that In this, our beloved
Americe, thero are 74 tomplea orected for
idol worship ,and that in our cities many aro
becoming followersof Buddah,
She deplored tho fact that so much more Is
spent yearly by cur young people for chewing
gum or moving picture shows alone than for
Sho said that no wonder the foreigner com
ing to our country forms an association for
evil rather thin good, whin our Churches anl
our religion does net appeal to him as do the
Hers was indoid an instructive and inter
esting talk, and so many more tMngs might be
sain about it. Uay each society for mission
work and study profit greatly by It.
She urged tho societies of the different
Churches not to grow faint, but to remember
that it takes the little society here and there
to help make the mightier forces working for
this great cause.
One verse of "Amotica" was sung and we were
dlsmliseitwith the Lord's Prayer in concert.
' Una. It, P. Moody.
Sister-in-Law Worth Having
There are quite a number of all'ged aa
plrants for the postmaitersblp at this plaCe,
although the term of the present Incubent
does dot expire for nearly a year and a half.
And iho aspirants for appointmsnt will do
well to remember that Uiss Uary Bayloss, a
former Uaysvllle girl, who Is prfvate secre
tary to Urs. Woodrow Wilson, Is a sister of
the wife of Uartin Luther Harrison, of
Chicago, a lun of Postmaster Harrison. So,
you see, then are 'wheels within wheels and
you cia't lometlaei most alwsys Ull what
MAYSVILLE. JO.. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1912
"In the North Woods" B
"Tragedy of the Desert" R
In 3 Reels.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS.
L. 1'. Vandcll of Boyle sold to
8imnn Weil of Lexington, 100 head
of export cattle, which averaged 1,400
pounds, nt 8 cents, bringing ti total of
What's Going to Happen?
PAM3, NovEMBKit 23d Tho, following events
are predicted In tho 1913 almanan of Madam
De Thobos, famous French prophetess:
The Pope will die.
Poland will be freed.
The Princo of Walos will reign.
The French troops will rush tothe frontier.
Paris will bo tho sceno of a torrible theater
Bulgaria will play a stupendous role in
The German Eaperor may como to Paris,
but not as a Kiog.
Italy will witness a political upheaval and,
perhaps a new King.
The marriage of the Queen of Luxembourg,
astounding the worl I, and damaging France's
It Is Interesting to note that Madame De
Thebes last year predicted the Balkan War.
All Eviilonce of Impuro Blood and
a Run-Down Condition
When tho blool becomes thin, poor, de
vital zed nature cries out through u:h oxtornal
and often painful evilenca for help, and the
safest, surest and most helpful remedy we
know is Vinol.
This Is becau'o It I) a combination of the
two most world famed tonics .bo medicinal
curative elements of col liver oil (without the
oil) and tonio iron for the blood. Vinol
atreogtbens the digestive" organs, creates a
hearty appetite, purifies and enricbei tho
blood, croilea strength.
Mary Lang pf Altoona, Pa., says: 'Tver
since childhood I have been delicate and my
blood poor, thin, and devitalz'd. Nothing
seemed to help mo until I took Vinol and it
has built mo up and made me 'strong.
Wo say positively there 'a nothing like
Vinol to purify and enrich the blood and build
up weak, ruo-dowe people. If it should fail
in your caso we will return your money. J. C.
Pecor, Druggist, Maysville, Ky.
ONE VOTER CAUGHT
Had Boon Disfranchised in
Adam3 County Probo
Last wook an order was sent from Judge
Olalr'd court, in the Adams Piko District, to
have Thomas Curtis brought Into court, to
have Imposed a sentence for violation of the
disfranchise sentence given him when the
election rrobo was oo in Adams county.
Curtis was one of a herd who was fouod
guilty of selling bis vote, and given a fine of
$50 and a suspended sentence of six monhta ia
At the last olection he slipped into the
Camp Creok neighborhood In Scioto county and
put one in tho ballot box to test out tbo
court's order. He was called Into couit and
given the jail eentenco and fine, which has
sent him to tho Cincinnati workhouse for
something like 280 days.
Her Health and Strength Back
Again by The Use of Cardui.
Tampa, Fla. In n lotter from this
city, Mrs. E. C. Corum writes: "I was
nil wealconed nnd worn out with wo
manly troubles. My husband brought
mo somo Cardui ns a tonic, nnd, from
tho first day, It seemed to help.
I had nlraost lost my reason, but,
thanks to Cardui, I did not. Soon, I
felt nnd looked HIco a new woman. I
think tho remedy Is wonderful. I
recommend It to my friends, for I havo
received Great benefit from it."
Cardui acts specifically on tho weak
ened womanly organs, strengthening
tho muscles nnd nerves, and building
them up to health.
It helps to refresh tho worn-out ner
vous system and relieves tho effects of
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years successful uso fully
provo tho merit of this purely vege
table, tonio remedy for women.
In ovory community, thero Hvo somo
who havo boon benefited by Cardui.
Tho bonoflclal effects of this tlmo
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves In many difforcnt ways.
N. B.-lTHte rMUdlM' Advisory Dpt.. Chtt.
mom Mfcllclnt Co.. Clutunooga, Ttnn., (or Special
lu , , m ., U .. Wnl "IIab T.As.iki
DURING PAST YEAR
One Hundred and Fifty Mil
lions Have Been Spent
Upon Highways of
Ancient Highways Have With
stood the Use of Centuries J
Thoec who opposed wagon road im
provement and who have been re
sponsible for nothing being done in
any of the many parts of tho country
have no realisation either an to what
good roads mean in tho way of an an
nual saving to the peopleof Ihe Uuilcd
State?, or to the durability of good
"The total milengc of all the roada in
the United States ia 2,151,570 miles.
Not quite 200,000 or 9 MO per cent
are now improved according to mod
ern methods, leaving more than 90
of mud and dirt highways'.
IJeyond the saving in tho way
of wagon transportation tho money
epent already reaches over this
comparatively small improved portion
close to $100,000,000. From thia it
can bo aeen that if all roads were put
in good condition Ihe antuml saving
would be about one thousand mil
lion dollars, The initial coat of im
proved highways ia the only rcallex
penee. The upkeep amounts to prac
tically nothing. Take for instance a
modern brick road. There is no tell
ing how long it will last, but there
are many road of thia character
which have been down for twenty
years and have grown better aa time
goea on. Striking examples can bo
seen of thia all over the country and
brick manufactured today ia of more
durability than that which was made
two decades back. The same ia also
true of stone. After a road has been
uacd for n CuLiderable period, if the
material chips a little, nnd it will
never chip suiliciently to become
rough, it furnished a firmer footiug
(or horses in enowy and rainy weather
and thus the ability to haul heav
ier loads every time is increased
with no added wear on the vehicle.
Claim is mado that the present agi
tation in favor o( good roada was be
gun by the owners ol automobiles.
Thia becomes amusing when tho real
facta are known. The Apian Way
was built three hundred years before
the commencement ol the Christian
era, Bimplon l'aaa wa? built by Na
poleon Bonaparte and so before either
of theee roads were constructed there
was an agitation for better highways.
Moses led the children of Israel
away from Egypt on a paved road and
it was paved as substantially as areany
of the roads today in tho United
States, Automobile owners were sev
eral thousand years late in starting
the agitation in taking people out of
Tho present year illustrates the in
terest which is being taken by the
general public in thia matter. Some
thing like $15,000,000 hnve been
spent by different states for wagon
rond. improvement, Now York alone
made an appropriatiou of $50,000,000
and California was second in the
amount given, Ohio unfortunately
defeated a proposition to issuo $50,
000,000 in bonds as proposed In the
Constitutional Amendments, but tbo
agitation is going on there and the
coining legislation will bo asked to
make a direct levy (or carrying on the
.work. Iteouosts will undoubted bo
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SUTAII snatlrr for publication bum! ba
Banded In bclbre 9 o'clock a. at.
Ball Bros, ol Woodford county have
sold to Charles Fold ol Chicago thoir
champion three-gaited olestnut mare,
8ibyl, 7-year-old, bvMontgomery
Chief dam by rcacoA, for $3,500
cash. Bibyl has bjen one of tho
moat successful, ahob horBea ot the
OtfJS? COPY ONE CENT.
FATTY'S BIO MIX-UP-NESTOR
A Jolly Western comady; a hearty Uuijh
You will be dallirhled at The Pastime
A lilc liucli tonight at The l'asllme
To spend .i pleasantevenlnir and to
feel that lite is not failure, alwars
goto The Pastime.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by tbi Uorao Tobicco Coinpnny.
COUGHUN & CO.
Utat, rinlNallanal Hank IluMdla,
Looal and Lorg ' Offlco No. 5M.
Distance 'hones f ttesldaocs Mo. IK.
U. S. KI,US, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Snnwlule efTtotWe Not.
34.1913. Subject to chanp,
TRAINS LKA.YE If AYSYILLE, KY.
1 HO p. m., 8:11 p. m.,
9;50 a.m., dally, local
.t0a. m.. I;tu p. n
wk days, looal.
0:33 a.m., 8. St a. n ,
J. 13 p. m., dally.
5:10 a.m., 0:21 a. ni.,
netlc days looal.
IW. W. WrXOF, Apont.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
to M.n, Ba. 4 1 Oa. au.
Uy ApaoltitwefX Onlr.
MISS TL'KA TURNER lis associated In fl
offlee with Dr. Smoot.
Miss Turner is a graduate nuno and has had
ssyeral jaari hospital experleuca In th ase of
UAT1IS, MASSAGK and
FOR THE. TREATMENT OF
And Is fully prepared for the work. Any one de-
uoun oi a ana 1:1 n and I to p. in.
by appointment only.
Till: I.KI)Gi:tt lead! In
nil, nnd Is tlio favorite jmpnr
of the people
Tomorrow, Saturday, We Inaugurate a
Four-Day "Make Room Sale T
Tlmt should break all selling records. Our Mr. A. Cohen, the head of our)
buying staff, has spent the past lew weeks East nnd, with the aid of other buyers, has
made some remarkable purchases of Holiday Goods. These goods are now on the
way and we must make room for our new Holiday Footwear. The winter season
scarcely started, wo are forced to throw our present stock on the market
AT CIEARANCE-SALE PRICES
Necessity demands quick action; Don't wait. Be here today. It's the early
buyers that get the first choice. Extra sales people will insure prompt attention.
Ladies' High-Grade Sboei in all leathers
in the regular and extra bi-cut. This
season's latest styles. $3,50 values, .
Ladies' Fine Shoes in nil leathers and
fabrics. Made for the very beet dress
era. 3$ values ,
Youth's and Little Gents' 8hoe,i.
$1.G0 values ,,;,..,
One lot of Mnn's Fine nnd Heavy
I DAN COHEN
Others agree that it is the best; none its equal. That's
why more of it is sold than any other flour coming to
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Irfjoatad &t thu - -,
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Is now ready for business, with n corps of eflicieut architects,
engineers, etc., with competent workmenehip. best of materials,
and will contract to build from the very smallest to the grcatcet
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. Mcmniel $ Co.
PLVM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES (fTTHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
or compounded goods of any k
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if mon6
saving means anything to you, we should have your trad.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
0. H. P. THOMAS
Men's Cuetom-Mnde Shoes, This sea
sou's very latest models, in tan, gun
metal or patent, on tbo new English
last or tho more conservative styles.
$1 values , ,
Men's Fino Shoes in nil leathers and
styles. This season's very latest d ac
styles. 13.50 values Cp.-y
Boys' Fino Shoes
8b,oea. & in
We will save you
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas Work a Bpecialty.
Handle Only the Bcstof material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, (las Btoveo
and Ranges, All Sixes of Sewer Pipe,
or money refunded. Wec
& CO. MflYKsS
$2,50 values, ,
Rubbers and Felts A
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ri- n .
jnnruitwn. mm vi'paiv inwft, tiviu lie
far Woof a," wnUn plain wrapper oo .
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