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' THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER, 8AW11DAY, AIL i, ltiC
Monday, April 3 "StrineB Case ol Mary Page" 'Pafafliliint Weekly Paramount Cartoons Paramount Travel Pictures Tuesday, April -4 Palace Picture Co. Presents DUSTIN FARNUH In "THE CALL OF THE CUMBER LAND" Wednesday, April 5 Triangle Fine Arts Presents "MARTYRS OF THE ALAMO" Keystone Presents a Comedy "HER PAINTED HERO" Thursday, April 6 William A. Brady Presents ROBERT WARWICK in "THE SINS OF SOCIETY" At the All Feature House V7 A Where the Big Stars Shine W f . -r V- . ... . , , ' H - - IBMm. 0 Friday, April 7 ' Saturday, April 8 fSm Famou, Player Co. Presents W Trirnle gj Wil' B PAULINE FREDERICK II ,.THE D',SCPLE.. . in Keystone Presents a Comedy nB "THE SPIDER" W "SAVED BY WIRELESS" ij PERA HOUSE 1 T m I ' " "5 ii m am: IjAv. I Kur tlirKP Itilereetcd In liumnno Wk, wo Ilml this In w imMcd by tlic Jwiioral Assembly In the net of In orporntliiK tho Kotituoky Humnnc S Soolcty for tlio Prevention of Cruelty: Volumnc 1, Acts' of 18S3-S4, page 1365, chapter 751. "llo It enacted by tlio Qonural As sembly of tbo Commonwealth of Ken tucky: "Sec. 7. Tho pollco force of the city of Louisville ns well as of all other places In this state where pollco or ganUntlon exists, nnd all sheriffs, con stnhlcs and Justices of tho peace, shall, as occasion may require, aid tho so-. cloty, Its members or agents, in the enforcement of all laws which are now or may hereafter be enacted for pre vention of cruelty. "Sec. 8 The provision of this act shall bo general within the bound aries of tho stntc. "Sec. 9 This net shall take effect from Its passage." Approved April 15, 1884. A roller conveyor has been designed especially for moving bricks quickly about a building under construction. Pressing the button that turns on the current also operates a cigar cut or In a new electric cigar cutter. .'ILES CURED AT HUME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. It you (uder from bleedlne, Itching, blind o, protruding riles, lend me your aridren, nnd t II tell you low to cure yourself at home by the nuw absorption treatment: and will also send some of this home treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality If requested. Users re port immediate relief and speedy cures. Send no money, but tell others of this offer. Write todav to Mrs. M. Summers Hoi P. South llend, Ind. City Property For Sale! We have some of the b'ist bargains in medium priced city properties we have ever had on our list. Easy terms on anything we sell you. Come in and look over our list, as we have some places we will close out cheap. THOS. L. EWAN & GO., REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT Farmers & Traders Bank Building Maysville. Ky. C. P. McNamnru, tPj West Front Street. " ... "Maker of Clothes That Repeat" . Ts showing more tlmn six hundred bright, Hnnppy, sparkling Spring Samples made to your individual measure, from $18 to $25. An early inspection of these woolens would ho profitable. Come in today and be measured for your Easter Suit. Do It Now! Whisky Specials Express Charge-s Nat Included 'BOTTLED IN BDNTJ 4 Qts. 12 Qts. "Old Time" Bourbon, full quarts $3.60 $10.00 Limestone, full quarts 3.50 10.00 Old Taylor, full quarts 4.00 11.50 We have the same stock of Old Whiskies from the wood as we had at Maysville, Ky. Send your order to us. We will send you good goods. Orders Shipped Same Day As Received 0. H. P. Thomas & Co. 110 East m Sir, ttewprt, Ky. P. 0. lax 215. BIG HEMP CROP Clark Coimly Will Produce Half f Kentucky Crop This Venr. The latost estimates verify tho fact that Clark county will this year pro duce about ono-half tho entire hemp crop grown In Kentucky, thus con tinuing Winchester as tho largest do mestic hemp market In tho United States, ns Winchester dealers havo al icady engaged many of tho largest crops in other counties, besides tho homo output. This will, give tho Win chester hemp dealers control of prac tically 75 to 80 per Cent of the en tire crop In Kentucky. It la a fact nut goncrnlly known that American hemp is raised only in a limited num ber of counties In Kentucky and a small quantity In two or thrco coun ties each of Missouri and Illinois. It is estimated that the crop of hemp and hemp seed in Clark county will bring to tho farmers this year, If the sea son Is favorable, nearly half a million dollars. SOl'XIiS LIKE A "WET" MUSE. (.Manchester Signal.) Tito old Pownall house on Front street Is said to be haunted. Lights are seen lato ut night nnd ghostly noises undoubtedly made by spirits aro heard. Tho authorities will be asked to investigate. SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre vents Daughter' Untimely End. Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do anything for nearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how 1 suffered with my head, and with nervousness and womanly (roubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give it up. We tried another doctor, but he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought it was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But 1 took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able to do all of my work and my own washing. I think Cardui is the best medicine In ili;; world. My weight has increased, ai.d I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui Way. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help you, for it has helped so many thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Wrili Chartansoria Medietas Co., Ladles' Adrisory Dert., Cttdtianocsa. Jerrn.. fur SttiaJ iMiirurlimt on your case and 64 book, "Home Treatment for women.'' in plain maEPer. M.C. 181 Correspondence Ml'SKS'S .MILLS. Plenty of mud here. Leslie Muso has returned to Illinois. John C. Wilson Is visiting at Man chester, O. Cnlvlu Housh Bpent part of this week In Ohio. II. U. .Muse, who has been very low with llrlglifH disease, In better. Mrs. Hubert McKco has sold out nnd will niovo with her children to Cin cinnati. Isalnh Masters nnd family havo sold out nnd moved to Sabathn, Kns., to reside. Itov. T. II. Meadows has been suffer ing for some timo with asthma and rheumatism. Mrs. Ida Gains of Nara VJsn, X. M., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Muso at this place, and will remain for somo time. Klzlc and ilosco Muse of Enterprise, Miss., who were recently called here on account of the sickness of their father, 11. B. Muse, havo returned to their home. Coroner Charles H. Compton was called to the west end of tho county very recently to Investigate tho death of a man named Namos, a subject of Turkey, who was reported klllell there. Merchant J. S. .Muse, John C. Wil son and Calvin Uoutth composed a party that motored to Maysville last Monday on a business nnd pleasure trip, returning the samo day. 13. M. Littleton of Crnnston, Howan county, who purchased a largo bound ary of standing timber from II. P. Humphrey near this place, is now working several hands and teams manufacturing same into ties nnd lum ber that ho will put on the market. Marion, Elzie, Ilosco, Pierce and Leslie Muse, nil brothers, four of whom reside at Enterprise, Miss., and Leslie, who resides at Carlo, 111., were recently cnlled here on account of tho serious sickness of II. II. Muso of this place, who has .been very low with Drlght's disease, but who Is somo bet ter. He is tho head of the linn of II. n. Muso & Company, goneral mer chants of this place, who do a large business. Ho Is nn honorable and up right citizens with a largo circle of friends and relatives who nro hoping for his speedy recovery. SAUDIS. Mrs. N. T. Buckner la ill with grip. Chandler Orrac is quite ill with pneumonia. Josephlno Mnstin called on Mrs. J. S. Martin Saturday. Miss Lylo Hutchison went to Mays ville Saturday afternoon. Myrtlo Whcatly called on Mrs. Maud Ormc Saturday afternoon. Prof. Howard Ormo was a business visitor at Maysvlllo Saturday. Julian Mulllken of Carlisle, is visit ing his Bister, Mrs. W. H. Wells. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Kelly nnd son are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Kelly. W. S. Mastln, J. M. Wheatley and 1). K. Cooper went to Cincinnati Mon day. Mrs. E. L. Mastln and daughter Ruby Bpont a few dayB with Mrs. Garrett Case. Mr. and Mrs. Brlco D. Morris of Bollcvue, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Morris. Lena Jefferson and Martha Wilson called on Josephine Mastln Sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Wells and children, Mrs. Bettio Howell nnd daughter Margaret pont Sundny afternoon with Mrs. W. S. Mastln. Miss Martha Dillon went to Coving ton Thursday to visit her Blstor, Mrs. Charles Houchons, who Ih (pilto 111 with measles. Mrs. Hattlo Campbell died Monday night at 7 o'clock. Tho funeral waB held at the M. E. church Wednesday, Itov. Howes olllclatlng. Tho remains woro laid to rest In tho Shannon cora etory. UKK.UANTOWN. II. L. Popcr was in Cincinnati on business last week. T. T. Hill, Will Poppor and Itov Davis visited Brooksvlllo Saturday. T, P. Tyler and John It. Walton at tended tho funeral of T. J. Taylor Mon day. Carl Jonos of Augusta, visited rel atives horo during tho last sovoral days. Mrs. O. W. Woodward and daughter, Keller, woro Maysville visitors Satur day. J. It. Walton oame up from Coving ton Friday on business1 amnsotod with his farm. Mr. und Mrs. John R. Wultou return ed to their homo In Covington Tues day after a short visit with relatives and friends here. Our footllght stars rendered a "Sol dier's Sweetheart" at Ewlujf Saturday night to a pecked bouse, and, much ta vprable comment was beard on the good acting of tho troupo. Prank Houchen, James P. Pcagan and wlfo and Henry Pcagan of Fal mouth, and Mr. nnd Mrs. N. J. Pca gan of Augusta, spent Sunday with Mr. aud Mrs. Forest Jordan on tho Humlong farm near here. WHY APRIL 1 IS ALL FOOLS' DAY. For at least three centuries tho first day of April has been set apart for tho particular kind of tomfoolory with which every boy and girl Ib familiar. Yet, old aa tho day Is, Just why wo havo It or why wo celebrate It on April 1 Instead of somo other day is quite a good deal of a mystery. As with most of tho folk festivals of our European ancestors, All Pools' Day appears to havo been a pagan feast which was retained uftcr the coming of Christianity on account of its great popularity. some students bcllcvo that tho se lection of April 1 ns All Fools' Day was only a matter of chance. Others think thatlt was due to Now Year's Day having formerly boon March 25. After the year had been official!? dated from January 1 tho old New Year's remained for a long time In use. This accounts for the frequent em ployment of a double dated year in January and most of .March, which so frequently occurs in the form of Feb ruary 27, 1722-23. April 1 is tho oc tavo of the New Year's of March 25, thereforo It was celebrated as tho wind-up of the holiday festivity. Some French authorities assign the introduction of April Pool, their pois poii d'Avrll, to 1564, when Charles IX mado the change of the year's begin ning to January I. Another French opinion refers It to the reign of ouis XIII, when a Prince of Lorraine es caped from his Imprisonment in tho Castle of Xancy by swimming the Meurthe. Iircousc, by no means predisposed to Christian mythology, finds In Pois son d'Avrll a corruption of passion. According to his view tho solemn dig nity of tho passion was vulgarized Into a peasant Bhow of the hobbledehoy type. Quitard, holding this opinion of the source of the word, declines to ac cept the corruption of tho word pas sion and labors to prove that polsson was adopted as tho translation of Ich thy's, the Greek rebus of tho early Christians, adopted as a prudent and pious formula In tho days of persecu tion. 13,0:18,00(1 SOLDI KKS LOST HY 1IEL. LICKKKNT NATION'S. Washington, April 1. Ofilclnl Infor mation of the general staff of the United States as to European war loss up to January 1, 1916, has been trans mitted to Senator McCumber by Gen eral Hugh L. Scott. Senator McCumber obtained tho fig urges for uso in an anti-preparedness speech. Tho estimates follow: LOSSES IN MEN. Franco (est. 800,000 killed) . . 2,000,000 Germany (est. 580.000 killed) 2,500,000 Austria-Hungary 2,000,000 Russia (est. 1,000,000 killed) . 5,000,000 Great Britain C20.000 Italy 175,000 Sorvla 280,000 Bolgium 160,000 Turkey 350,000 Total 13,033,000 Goneral Scott points out that since last August tho War College has re ceived no official list of casualties from auy government except tho Brit ish. ESTIMATES OP EXPENDITURES. Englnnd JH.000,000,000 Franco 7,500.000,000 Germnny 8,000,000,000 Austria 5,500,000,000 Italy 4,500.000,000 Total 139,500,000,000 LOSS IN NAVAL VESSELS. Central Allies, l'owors. Battle ships 9 3 Cruisers 17 29 Gun boats 5 17 Submarines 13 15 Dostroyors 8 10 Torpedo boats 7 14 Mlno layers 1 2 Armed liners 7 13 Totals C7 103 CINC!NNATIMARKETS GRAIN. Wheat. No. 2 red 1.151.17 No. 3 red 1.081.12 Corn. No. 2 whlto 757Co No. 2 yellow 767Cc Outs. No. 2 whlto UVi&iOMo No. 2 mixed 43 Uo Hay. No.l timothy $20.60 No. 1 olovor mixed 17.00 LIVE STOCK. Cattle. Shippers ? 7.250) 8.90 Good to oholco 7.250 7.85 Calves 4.50010.00 Hogs. Heavy shippers $10.20010.25 Paokers and butohers.... 10.00010.20 Sheep. Extra ... .....'.I 7.760 8.00 Common to fair,. .H4V 4,000 6,60 Lambs . AID THE KIDNEYS JfaysTillo Sufferers Should Talc 'o Farther Risk. Why will pcoplo contlnuo to suffer tho agonies of kidney complaint, back ache, urinary disorders, lameness, headaches, laguor why a'llow them selves to becomo chronic Invalids, when n tested remedy is ottered them? Doan's Kidney Pills havo been used In kidney trouble over 60 years, havo been tested in thousands of cases. If you havo any, oven one, of tho symptoms of kidney diseases, act now, for gravel, dropsy or Drlght's disease may set in and mako neglect dangcr oub. Can Maysvlllo residents demand moro convincing proof than tho fol lowing: A. Sorrles, locksmith, Aberdeen, O., says: "Tho action of my kidneys wns Irregular and tho kidney secretions contained sediment. I had backache and when stooping, It was hard for mo to straighten. Colds always set tled on my kidneys. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they stopped tho trouble and my kidneys became strong." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply nsk for a kidney remedy get Doan's KIdnoy Pills tho samo that Mr. Sorrles had. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V. Tho first half pint ot milk at a milk ing station contained only 1.07 per cent of cream, while tbo last half-pint contained 10.30 per cent. Tho Norwegian government has es tablished a domestic science school to afford a complete courso In house keeping to young girls. $100 Reward, $100 Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least ono dreaded disease, that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive euro now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Curo Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the btood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby de stroying tho foundation ot tho disease, and giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and as sisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors havo somuch faith In Its curativo powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send tor list ot testl raonlals. Address: P. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 76c. Tako Hall's Family Pills for constl nation. i a h a m a I IB DC a B I BJ Ci K aa ra SEE w ra h ea PURINA (HICK FEED MAKES STURDY CHICKS because it is scienti fically compounded from the proper grains. Feed it with Farina Chicken Chowder Also Plenty of CALF MEAL AT J. C. EVERETT & CO'S. RAILROAD TIME TABLES No. 7 departs 5:35 a. m., dally ox copt Sunday. No. 9 departs 1:00 p. in., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 5 departs 3:45 p. m., dally. No. 10 arrives 9:45 a. m., dally ex copt Sunday. No. C arrives 3:05 p. in., dally. No. 8 arrives 8:30 p. ni., dally ex- (L-aSffiSKrio-. rgPURINAffl ; chick a 'i FEED S copt Sunday. Subject to change without notice II. S. ELLIS, Agent. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Schedule tubect to Cheng olthout notice Schedule effective January 3, 1915, Trulas Leave JlajsWlle, Ky. WESTWARD 6:45 a. m., 3:15 p. m., dally. 5:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m., week-days local 6:00 p. iu., dally local. EASTWARD 1:40 p. in,, 10:44 p. m dally. 9: 20 a. ni., dally local, 5:30 p. in., 8:00 p, m., week-days local v ,Y, W. JXIKO?T, Agent. IT IS HARD to say anything about Traxcl's Ice Cream that you do not nlready know that Is In regard to Its goodness In point of taste. You may not know, however, ot It purity a point that can not bo overlooked by thoso who wnnt the best In overyTospect. Traxcl's Ice Cream Is mado of only tho purest flavors, tho choicest of crushed fruits and cream that has to meet a high test beforo It Is used. Our reputation stands back of evory Trnxel product. "N'uf Cod." T R AX EL'S ! "The House of Qualltj" Follow the Crowd to Liberty Not in the C. M. JONES, Manager. R. B. HOLTON, Assistant Manager. A. M. PERRY, Auctioneer. urn AUTOMOBILE ARGAIN Wc have the best "HUP 32" used Touring Oar we ever saw that looks like, runs like and is just as good as new; with Electric Starter and Lights, Domountable Rims, one extra Tire and Tube, Tools, Pump, Jack and everything you want, ready to get in, go any where and GET BACK. Come, look and ride this car. Price is right and you will like it. 3Z X IHi TiZ B 3Rj O 3 A GREAT An Ideal Offer The DaUy Public Ledgero- nnl l r me umo rarmer . . . B2CoDi.i Th0 pour McCall's Magazine ? f-.&J TL. 1 1 TC i ne nuusewiie ..... ixcobIm Your own home newspaper, America's foremost farm paper and two household magazines, known far and Wide as the best our country pro duces. These publications arc too well known for discussion. THE OHIO FARMER - more thui (Ay tut It Let txra recofatin 11 Amctke. le.Jjof uthority on turn tubjKtt, help lul. pcwtictl ind kI ialntrt ta imy one In the ItoiM. Trcnty to lortyight pff teciljr. Sub ecii4ioa price 50c pet yttr. THE HOUSEWIFE thirty to Im ty pcee tooDtbly. Ooe of Amrtiet'i bjtduig laAguioes lor women, lu uiti ere full of tb clwccu kind of litcreture. lu met elorire ond KiieU ue the bete end it. botmbold hinti era tn vtliuUe, SubKtiptiaci price Wc per ycur We luve here, four well known publicationi, each of which it known to ypu being tbtolutely reliable, nothing cheep, nothing tmhy. Their ttyle of eipreiuon ll clean and their lubiect matter la wholetome. ft It undoubtedly the leaton'l bait oiler. We therefore nave no hctitancy in urging our readers to lubtcribt. MMIIIil DON'T MISS THIS 0FFERMdayoto The Daily Public Ledger, Maysville, Ky. Window Jflj Values Stationery. Pecor Drug Co. the: House Combine BARGAIN IMKiM For the Home PM?uin,'Til'll Y..r") We wm $ e lv.,, r 3.00 -w. McCALL'S MAGAZINE .ttcotnued luhkn eutlmnty lor 4) y.wi iu mora (ubaenben th&a uy otbtf luhlon nettux. Ai bouorhold nuiuiH ihft it aooe bclur. Ekhty to one bunched tveoty-tout p(n monibly. Subicriptioa prKf Kc per yter. OUR PAPER our lim uillbetotootinu to puUIJi e eeper thit wiU not oeJy merit your tsobJcnce end load iU. but one Ibtt veil eld in preantkif the seller of out boa end cirfc) Ut. It U needlcH to wy more. H:9 XT'