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Til DAILY UBt.lO tttkmtL, riMDAY, JAKtfAltY 28, 1016, .v , V ... Big F Patent Flour - A Good Flour at a Low Price, and a Bargain 40 Cents For a Twelve-Pound Bag. 80 Cents For a Twentv-Four-Pound Pa$. Tho best flour In the world for tho money. You can scouro it at these prices at tho following groceries: MISS KATIE MILLER H. M. BIERLEY MARION MOORE W. I. NAUMAN DEISEL & CONRAD DINGER BKO&. MAHTIN" HANLXY MIKE GALLENSTEIN ED RIGHESQN I OOUaHLIN SISTERS J. 0. OABLISH.& BRO. PAT GANTLEY THOMAS BLANOHARD A. DENISTON W. A. TOLLE GEORGE H. KING J. J. LINOENFELSER J. 0. OABLISH & SON M. 0. HUTCHISON & SON MRS. T. R. PROOTOR T. R. VALENTINE ' W. J. MAXEY G. W. WALKER & SON ELBERT TRISLER W. T. OUMMJNS S. H. HARRISON M. P. REDMOND MRS. JOHN HAYES "r- ) J- 3&; OP LOCAL INTEREST Y . Some People Wo Kiiovi, and We V""' ' Profit Hy Hearing Abonl Thew Wilt Thl b la a purely local event It took place la Maysvlllo. Not la somo faraway place. You aro asked to Investigate it Asked to bcllovo a oltlzen's word; To confirm a citizen's statement. Any nrtlclo that 1b endorsed at homo Is moro worthy of confidence .. Than ono you know nothing about ' Endorsed by unknown people ' Mrs. Dora Mofford, Mayavlllc, says: 'J'l hnd been feeling poorly for somo tlmo beforo I know that my kldnoya voro at fault I was norvouB and dizzy" and my back and head ached. I rested poorly and mornings I was . all tired out. I read in a local paper Row a neighbor had been' cured ot kidney trouble by Doan'B Kidney Pills. I used them and beforo long I felt stronger and better and I slept good at night" Prlco GOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney roraody get Doan's Kidney Pills the samo that Mrs. Mefford had. Foster-ltllburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. GUESS IT WILL (1U0W THERE. The tall cedar tree used as a Christ inas tree during the holidays Is still standing on' Market street, nnd every day some remark is passed on it by those who have enough of civic prldo In their makeup to want it removed. A few strokes of an ax and a short haul to river would put an end to all tho discussion. Mrs. George Davis, 33, died at her home in Lexington ot heart trouble, leaving a husband, mother, father and two sisters. Tho parents aro Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Daugherty ot Lexington, the sisters, Mrs. John Itoborts of Mt. Sterling nnd Mrs. II. B. Dudley of Flemlngsburg. Itev. James C. Campbell, aged 81, a well known minister ot the Christian church, died at his home in Ironton Sunday. Ho was tho father of twelve children, three of them being preach ers, and wnB a relative of Alexander Campbell, founder of his church. Mrs. Nannie Talley, aged 55, died ot kidney trouble at her home on the Carmel pike near Flemlngsburg, leav ing a daughter, Mrs. Sam Itlggs, and three sons. Tho average cost of educating a boy In the Louisville public schools Is $568.20, and of a girl $528.04. accord ing to the Board of Education's report. HOW MRS. BEAN MET THE CRISIS Carried Safely Through Change of Life by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Nashvillo,Tena "When I was going through tho Change of Life I had a tu- ntnor as large as a child's head. The doctor said it was three jrears coming and gave me medi cine for it until I was called away from the city for somo time. Of course I could not go to him then, so my sister-in-law told Jme that she thought Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound would cure it It helped both the Change of Life and the tumor and when I got home Iddnotti cedOte doctor. I took the rjnkham remedies until the tumor was gone, the doctor said, and I have not felt it since. I tell evey one how I was cured. If this letter will help others you are welcome to use it" Mrs. E. II. Dean, D25 Joseph Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, a pure remedy containing the extractive properties of good old fash ioned root) nnd herbs, meets the needs of woman's system at this critical period of her life. Try It If there is nny symptom in your case which puzzles you, write to the Lydia E. IMnkha'm Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. OF COl'llSK, IT 18 WINTER but with this mild, spring-like wea ther, you can not help but enjoy eating Ico Cream. Wo could talk for hourB and write yards and .yards about Its goodness, but wo shall not. We could tell you about it being made under tho most sanitary con ditions possible, but It is not neces sary. We could tell you of tho flue and pure materials that go Into our frozen products, but you know about that already. So, how is It possible to say any thing more than to EAT TltAXEL'S CitKAM and plenty of it ' TK AXEL'S-- iiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiniiMii icy 7- cpt?r j . j. j ! j j j. ! I J OUK DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY f January 28. . ! J. J .J. J .J J. J J J Judge James Francis Smith of the U. S. Court of Customs Appeals, who led tho 'California volunteer cavalry in tho Phlllpptno campaign and becamo governor general of tho Philippines,' is' 57 years old today. Judgo Smith Is n native of San Francisco,, born January 28, 1859, educated at SahGT (Jlarai Col lege, and ndmlttcd to the bar In 1881. When tho Spanish-American war broke out, he was colonel of tho FlrBt California Cavalry, and he led his men In the first expeditionary force sent to tho Philippines. Ho took part In tho taking of Manila and the fighting with tho bandit bands under Agulnaldo. He was mado a brigadier general ot vol unteers for his distinguished services, and was made military governor of tho Island of Ncgroa. Later ho was made collector of ctiBtoms for the is lands, then a justice of the Philippine Supreme Court, next a member of tho Philippine Commission, and finally, from 1906 to 1909, governor general. On his return to tho United States lie" was appointed to the customs bench at Washington. Henry A. Lukcman, noted American eculpW, 45 years old today. Itev. Dr. Samuel McComb, no(ed Episcopal preacher, now canon of the cathedral at Baltimore, 52 years old today. Brig. Gen. William Henry Blsbco, veteran of Civil war, Indian wars and Spanish-American war, 7G years old today. Daniel Wlllard, president Baltimore & Ohio railroad, 55 years old today. Charles S. Barrett, national, presi dent of the Farmers' Union, 50 years old today. Dr. Reuben A. Torrey, Moody evan gelist and theologian, CO years old to day. Hon. Jnred V. Sanders, former Gov ernor of Ixulslana, 47 years old to day. j. .j. . . . .j. j j THIS DATE IX HISTORY. J. January 28. 4 j. t 1588 Died in London, Thomas Cam, aged 207. This Is the longest age substantiated by ofllo.Ial records. 1790 Jews of Spain, Portugal and Av ignon admitted to the privileges of French citizens. IMG Died Gen. von Moellendorf, who commanded the Prussian forces lu the dismemberment of Poland, and distinguished himself for his kind ness toward the Poles. 1855 Panama railroad opened to traf fic; first train from coast to coast. 1870 Steamer City of Boston sailed from Halifax for Glasgow with 200 passengers and was never heard from again. 1871 Surrender of Paris to tho Prus sians, after siege of 131 days. 1913 Suffragettes attacked Dublin castle, House ot Commons and Lon don shops because of dropping of the franchise bill. 1914 Direct vjroles8 communication established between Germany and United States. 1915 Carranza forces under Obregon occupied Mexico City. 1915 President Wilson vetoed tho Im migration bill on two points re strictions against poltlcal ' refugees and tho literary test. 1915 Tho War German losses re ported to be 20,000 lu deadly fight ing along the lino In Boligum, France and Alsace. Berlin reports two victories in Craonno and In Al sace. Austrlans claim further vic tories In tho Carpathians. NAYAL MILITIAMEN MEET. Washington, January 28. The Nav al Militia Association openB Ha annual convention hero today, with officers at tending from each of the twenty one states In which the naval militia is activo. Secretary Daniels will speak tomorrow at tho annual banquet and la expected to urge the extension f the naval militia. There nre now 8,068 officers and men enlisted. WAMHIXflTOK THEATER. Photodramatlo audiences will boo what Is said to be one of tho finest examples of tho photographer's art In tho Lasky production of "The Secret Sin," which will be tho attraction at the Washington tonight, with charm ing Blanche Sweet In the. leading roles. Miss Sweet plays tho characters of twin sisters In this stirring play. How as ono sister she can talk and ovca quarrel with the other la ono of the mysteries ot tho camera. Tho ministers of Fleming county will QripnUti ministerial association at Fl eln&clbVriC MiSSd. WHITE SLAVEjLACKMAIL Wenllhy Now Yorkers May Expose Hie "dang' That Infests tho Metropolis. Now York, January 28. Tho white slave blackmail, the latest thriller for Now Yorkers, may bo brought out from the dark closets of many New York families-today. For many months past, wealthy men and women hnvo been blackmailed unmercifully, ac cording to tho federal officials, and tho government attorneys will try to pro duce theso rich Now Yorkers In court today to prosecute tho alleged leader ot the "white slave blackmail" gang. Don Collins, or Robert A. Tourbll lion as ho prefers to bo called, was re cently brought beforo U. S. Commis sioner Houghton, and ho Is held under $50,000 ball to face tho government's accusation today ot being the "head and shoulders of tho worst gang of blackmailers in the country." The formal charge Is conspiracy to obtain money by fraud and extortion, his ac complice being, according to tho gov ernment officials, William Butler, who was caught In the federal net In Phil adelphia a few weeks ago. Several wealthy Now Yorkers gave Information to the Department of Jus tice that they havo paid thousands of dollars In "hush money" under threats of arrest under the Mann White Slave act for traveling with woman across state lines. Philadelphians nlso fur nished similar Information and Collins was arrested. Tho assurance of the government of ficials that the complainants aro all eminently respectable men has led to speculation as to whether theso weal thy New Yorkers and Philadelphians will appear today to Identify tho lead er ot the "gang" nnd toll tho circum stances under which they were mulct ed. Some very Interesting testimony h bound to como out, If tho complain ants appear. It Is known that several of those who furnished the original In formation are not willing to expose their names to the unkind remarks and stigma of a white slavo case. As sistant District Attorney John C. Knox has threatened to force theso victims to testify by serving subpoenas upon them. Tho expose of the "white slave blackmail" was begun recently in Philadelphia, when Mrs. Susan G. Wlnpenny, a highly respectable soci ety woman, Identified Butler, tho al leged accomplice of Collins, as ono of three men who called upon her last year and demanded $8,000, under threat of arresting her son on a charge ot white slavery. In the faco of much Inevitable notoriety, Mrs. Wlnpenny aided tho government detectives and told the full story of the attcpip to blackmail her. It Is said by tho secret service men that fully $200,000 has been mulcted from prominent people, but none of them would go so far as the Philadelphia woman. According to Mrs. Wlnpenny, Butlor and two other men called at her sum mer home last June. They said they had followed her son, Marshall Wln penny, nnd a young woman to Wild wood, N. J., and had records ot tho times tho young man and young wo man were there. They asked for $8, 000 to "fix the chief." She pleaded sho did not havo tho money available, and they agreed to accept $5,000, saying It would bo hard to satisfy the "chief" with that small amount. They show ed warrants and badges, which havo been proven to bo imitations. Mrs. Wlnpenny testified she finally put them men off, saying sho would consult her son and that, It ho desired her to pay tho money to keep him out of troublo she would do bo. Sho re ported the case to tho federal author ities, but tho men learned of what was going on and failed to return for the to tho federal authorities three of four pretty young women aro associated with tho gang." They cre ated evidence against susceptible wealthy men and also against physi cians who were blackmailed utfder threats of malpractice prosecutions. COMET PASSES AROUND SUX. Berkeley, Cal., January 28. Tay lor's comet, discovered early last month, and visible through small tel escopes In the northwestern sky, will ijiake IU passago around tho sun to day .according to calculations made by Prpf. A. O. Louschuer, director of the student observatory hero. The orbit of tho comet Is u very short one, re quiring live and ono-thlrd years to uiuko the Journey to and from tho Bun. This comet Is faint and may never bo visible to the naked eye. Senator J. K. Stowart, Republican, died at his homo lu Rowan county, Tuesday. He represented tho Thirty fifth District, composod of Rowan, Menifee, Carter, Fleming and Elliott counties. The Barrett Lino towboat Stack Ilnrrct, Is duo up with lumber for Portsmouth, O, Captalna Arthur 7.0 Adams, tho Frcn chef, will go on ono of tho up river towboatB In a few days. Captain James Stowart who for the last ten years was pilot on Captain T. J. Hall's boats, resigned his position last Saturday and Is open for other en gagements. The Captain lives in Now port, Ky. A report has been In circulation that Pilot Brady Berry, of the Ill fated Kanawha, has been arrested by West Virginia authorities and taken to Charleston. Another report was that Derry had become Insane at Barkers burg. Neither report Is true. The facts as we hear them arc that the Federal Inspector nt Point Pleasnnt ordered Pilot llerry to leave tho Dun bar nt Pittsburg nnd bring to them his license which was surrendered until tho Investigation Is completed and a decision rendered. Each witness, In cluding Berry, was examined separ ately and behind closed doors. W earo Informed that some of Pi lot Berry's friends are fearful that ltt will become Insane. Ralllpolls Tri bune. HAPPY ItllKIE. Mr. Stephen Kroggo was visiting his brother of Oak Woods neighborhood last week. Mrs. Croll.i t'racraft entertain on Saturday for Mrs. Cummlc Watson nnd two daughters, Goldlo nnd Ruth, and Mrs. Charles Cracraft and little ron, Kenneth. "AIlss Goldlo VVatson spent from Sat urday until Sunday with .Miss Anna Mao Parker. Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Hilt and little daughter Godla Mac, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jeffer son. Miss CI eo Collins spent from Sat urday until Sunday with Miss .Mary Jefferson. Rev. Walker tilled his uppolutmcnt at Spates Chapel last Sunday after noon. Mr. George Parker spent one day last week with his son. Mr. and Mrs. 'Thomas Watson and daughter, Ruth, spent Sunday with Mr. Lomie White and family of near SardlB. Rev. Morris will pi each Sunday morning at Bethel at 11 o'clock. At night Rev. Wnlkcr will preach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and two sons spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Itosa Johnson. "New Forest," tho beautiful coun try home of Mr. W. C. Masslc, located on the Mnysvlllo pike between Paris and Mlllersburg, has been leased to Squire Gcorgo Rcdmon and his son, Mr. Frank Redmon, of Bourbon. Tho place contains nbout C50 acres of land. Mrs. Anthony Ball, said to bo tho oldest colored woman In southern Ohio, over 100 years old, died Tues day at her homo In Brown county. Her son, Alec Ball, died Monday. Both were burled Wednesday. TIRED WORKING MEN A Local Druggist Suggctds n Remedy For Oienvnrked, Run-down Men. The following letter from Manager Hodes recounts tho oxpoiicnctf nnd conditions of many Maysvlllo men. Read this letter nnd our offer which follows: Brooklyn, N. Y. "I am a general office manager, anil becamo so nerv ous and run-down In health that I lost my appetite and finally my health broko down completely, Inrgoly be cause of overwork. I tried Beef Iron and Wine, and other remedies with out help. I saw Vinol advertised, and aoon after taking It I noticed an Im provement. I now have a hearty ap petite, sleep bettor, feel bettor and havo gained considerable lit weight.' Samuel Hodes, 601 Stono Ave. Tho reason Vinol la so successful In such cases is because it contalna tho thrco oldest and most famous ton ics viz. the medicinal elements of fresh cod livers without oil, peptou ate At Iron and beet poptouo. Wo ask every run-down, overwork ed man la Maysvlllo to try a bottle ot Vinol with tho understanding that tholr money will bo returned if it falls to help thorn as it did Mr. Hodes. Pocor Drug Come any, Miiysvllle, Ky. THREE DEATHS IN FAMILY. (Monchcstcr Signal.) Mrs. Kt. A. Walker, nged 58, wifo of William Walkor, the woll known blacksmith nt Trinity, Ky., died ono clny IiibI week with pneumonia, and whllo tho casket containing tho body of Mrs. Walker was being taken to tho cemetery, .Miss Evn, nged nbout 35, a daughter, passed away with tho samo disease. Two days later Mrs. Sarah Ann Gllklnson, aged 93, and mother of Mrs. Walkor, died after a brief Ill ness with grip superinduced by old ngo. Sho Is tho widow of tho lato William Gllklnson, who died sixteen years ago. Mrs. Gllklnson Is surviv ed by ten children, Bevcn sons amf three daughters. Mrs. Walker Is sur vived by her husband nnd four chil dren'. The thrco bodies wero burled at East Fork. Mr. W. V. Shaw, who has been freight agent for tho L. & N. rail road at Mlllersburg, has been trans ferred to be general freight agent for the company nt Paris, succeeding Mr. W . II. Harris, who has been promoted to a similar position with the L. & N. at Lexington. Both of tho above changes will be effective February 1. William Mayftold, woll known plas terer of Ripley, died at his homo after a brief Illness. COUGHLIN & COMPANY LIYERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. Undertakers, Automobiles Embnlmers, For Hire. Plione .11 MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO. TRANSFER AND GENERAL HAULING. We specialize on large contracts. Officio and barn East Frout Streec Phono 223. DON'T WAIT AROUND TO GET YOUR TOBACCO SOLD. TAKE IT WHERE THEY CAN Unload You at Once. Sell You Quickly. Get You Top of Market AND Send You Home Happy. WHEN YOU SAVE A DAY YQU SAVE DOLLARS. WHEN YOU TAKE YOUR TO BACCO TO THE Home, Central, Farm ers, Indpendent or Planters YOU WILL BOTH SAVE TIME AND MAKE MONEY. THEY HAVE PLENTY OF ROOM, BEST SALES MANAG ERS, FIRST-CLASS AUCTION EERS, DON'T SPECULATE, GIVE ALL THEIR EFFORTS TO YOU, GUARANTEE EVERY BASKET THEY SELL. Sort Every Load AND Lead the Market IN EVERY PARTICULAR. IT IS AN INJURY TO TOBACCO TO CROWD IT INTO A SMALL SPACE. IT TAKES HOOM AND PLENTY OF IT TO PROPERLY HANDLE AND SELL TOBACCO. IT LOOKS BETTER AND SELLS BETTER WHEN WELL DIS PLAYED. YOU LOSE TIME AND MON. EY WHEN YOU FAIL TO SELL AT THE Home, Central, Farm ers, Independent or Planters Warehouses. YOU CAN ALWAYS GET IN. lion's This J Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, O. Wo, the undersigned, havo known F, J. Clienoy for tho last 15 years and bo Ifovo him perfectly honorablo in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Curo la taken Inter nally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials sent free. ' Prlco 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Mrs. Dora Burt died at her home near Dover after n brief Illness of pneumonia. FARM FOR SALE Wo hnTC for sale n farm of 1 11 acres, located on Maysiillo and Mt. Cnrmcl pike, nbout three miles east of Orange burg. Tlio improvements on this farm consist of one six-room House, Tenant House of four rooms, two Tobacco Hants, usual Outbuildings with both sets of improvements. About 120 acres of this farm Is now in grass, somo of which Is Rlurgrnss. Hero Is a real bargain In land, and a place that any good farmer can make money on. Come in nnd let us tell yon about it. TriOS. L. EWAN & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT Farmers & Traders Bank Buildinf. Mavsville Kv VERY Wo havo been since the first ot the year, but now the offerings B having somewhat decreed, we hopo to he able to take care of all who 5 want to sell their Tobacco with us. X We are very sorry that so many were compelled to go elsewhere wm during tho rush after making an effort to get In our house, and deslro fjpj to thank them as well as those for whom wo havo made sales. H Wo feel, tho policy we havo adopted of good treatment to both buy- ers and sellers without knocking our competitors, but attending strict- ly to our own business has contributed to our wonderful success. GROWERS WAREHOUSE COMPANY i -STRICTLY INDEPENDENT- W. W. McILYAIN. Vice President. L. T. GAEHKE. President. OAKLAND 8's, 6's, 4's-$795, $1,050, $1,585 A BIG STAR IN THE AUTOMOBILE WORLD FIVE POINTS OF SUPERIORITY GREAT STRENGTH AND LIGHT WEIGHT. HIGH-SPEED MOTOR WITH GREAT POWER. LOW CENTER OF GRAVITY WITH USUAL ROAD CLEARANCE. FLYING WEDGE LINES WITH LEAST WIND RESISTANCE. ECONOMY WITH LUXURY. COMPLETE STOCK OF U. S. TIRES AND ACCESSORIES Keith 4 Stephenson Yours For Service. Phone 33. 22 East Second Street, Maysville, Ky. Don't Forget Us We handle all the new appliances, lat est style fixtures and portables which are in practical use. If you are in the market for anything electrical don't forget to give us a call. We can always supply you. We endeavor to keep a complete stock and are always at your service. ELECTRIC SHOP 0, A, HILL & BRO., Proprietors. 105 West Second Strept Phone 651, Tho Kentucky delegation voted sol idly for tho Shackelford Good Roads' bill, which passed tho Houso 281 to SI. Under Its provisions Kentucky would rccolvo $580,274 annually. JOHN W. PORTER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Offlco Phono 37. Home Phone 96. 17 East Second Street, MayBillIc, Ky, RAILROAD TIME TABLES No. 7 departs 6:35 a. m dally ex cept Sunday. No. 9 departs 1:00 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 5 departs 3:45 p. m., dally. No. 10 arrives 9:45 n. m dally ex cept Sunday. - 5 No. C arrives 2:05 p. m., dally. No. 8 arrives 8:30 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. Subject to change without notice. H. S. ELLIS, Agent.. Chesapeake & Ohio Ity. Schedule subject to change without notice Schedulo effective January 3, 1915. Trains Leave MaysTille, Ky. ' 6:45 a. m., 3:15 p. m., dally. 5:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m week-days ' local. : 5:00 p. m dally local. EASTWARD ' 1:40 p. m., 10:44 p. m., dally. i 9:20 n. m., dally local. 5:30 p. m., 8:00 p. m week-days ' local. W W WIKOFP. Agent BUSY s J. C. JtAINS. Sect.-Treas.