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Which Do You Prefer?
It is important for reasons of health and
practical economy for every housekeeper
to ask herself this question:
"Do I prefer a pure baking powder liko
Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from
grapes, or am I willing to use a baking
powder made of alum or phosphate, both
derived from mineral sources ? "
The names of the ingredients printed
on the label show whether the kind" you
are now using or any brand, new or old,
that may be offered is a genuine cream
of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate
or alum compound.
Royal Baking Powder contains no alum
nor phosphate.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
New York
3. 4. ij. TMMk '4-
PROBLEMS OP RETAIL TRADER
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.J. (No. 2.)
.j. J'J j J J J J J t 4 4 l 4
Peoplo who were never engaged
or employed In retail trade havo little
Iden of the pains moat merchants will
tako to plcaso the public. "When t
lock 'up thin Rtorc nt night," nays one
merchant, "1 feol that n last my sonl
lM-my own, and I can do what I think
In right. Hut there aro many times
mi . . . '
cammaV srimiuitWATXit. bot.
Tlttt UNfiftt SAXITAltr
conditions.
THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER
JL'nbllshed Dally Except Sunday, Fourth of .Inly, Thanksgiving and Christmas
By The Ledger Publishing Company, JIaysTllle, ftentuciy.
Tho puro food and drug law passed
by Congrcsd In 1606 has accomplished
wondors In eliminating many quack
medicines and so-called mineral
waters from tho market.
Tho Obvcrnmcnt has Inspectors who
tako up samples of drugs and Waters
and If they do not como up to cer
tain standards as laid down by law,
thoy aro put out of business.
The Kentucky. Carlsbad Springs
Co. Is trying to mcel ovcry roqnlrc-
when 1 have to sink my own sense of inent of tho Government by Installing
fairness and justice In order to mcot modern sterilizing plant, ftltorlng ays
tho requirements or the public. In torn, and In overy way to do all In
tho main people aro reosonable. Hut their power to seo that ovory bottle
there are many cases of unJuBt de- of Kentucky Carlsbad water Is placed
nmnds thot aro terribly Irritating." ,on tho market In perfect sanitary con
"For Instance," he continued, "n dltlon. Many druggists aro soiling
mnn came In here one day and want- waters bottled In Grant County to
!ed to exchango some collars. They tho public ns being the snmo as Cnrls-
weron't bought hero nor In this town, bad becauso they pay less and their
He had got them off on some trip, had 'profits aro greater.
brought them home, and then didn't ( Carlsbad water as bottled at Dry
like them, lie thought ho coum como.uidgc, Ky., is the only water bottled
In "here and got us to work them off In Grant County under theso sanitary
for him and glvo him somo of ourlcondltlons, coming from nature's lab-
regular goods In exchange. Theso Col- oratory at tho depth of 1,100 feet, glv
Inrs were unllko anything sold In our.Ing tho most wonderful health-produc-store.
The. wero so much cheaper (lng properties for all forma of stom
thnt It would have hurt our trade to ach troublo, Drlght's disease, diabetes,
sell them. We simply could do noth-J constipation, liver, kidney and bladder
disorders, and by coming direct to
C. . DIETRICH
: Editor and General Manager
Local and Long Distance Telephone No. 0. Offlco--l'ubllc Ledger Rulldlng.
Entered at tho Mayavllle, Kentucky, Postofflce as Second-class Mall Matter.
SUBSCRIPTIONS-BY MALL.
Ono Year 3.00
Six Months 1-60
Threo Horiths 76
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
Per month 25 Coats
Payablo To Collector At End of Mouth.
GO IN AND SIT DOWN.
AVliat are you going to do Knster Sunday t
Go into a church and sit down. Stay sit until the end of the
service and keep your ears open and your mind on what the preach
er is saying. Then go home and flunk over what he had to say.
Don't give his words just a passing thought and then let your mind
slide back into the old financial groove.
Take his discourse subject by subject and .analyze it thoroughly.
Pick out the good points and study them minutely as you discover
them. You can spend several hours very pleasantly in this work,
and at tho end of that time you may be amazed at the feeling of
peace and contentment that pervades your being.
You will find that there nre many things you knew that had been
forgotten for these many years, and when they pass from memory
their value practically censes to exist.
Go to church Easter.
Set an example to tho young people of your family and of othei
people's families. Let them judge you by what you are, and not by
what other may have to say of you. Let your own actions atford
them tins opportunity for so judging.
There's a church around the corner, and the door swings outward
to every human being. The hand of welcome beckons you, and the
still voice of conscience is calling to you.
Go in, and sit down, and listen, and think, and then act.
The Democratic state committee of New Jersey would as soon be
hanged for an old sheep as a lamb. At its recent meeting, not con
tent with indorsing "Wilson, the committee went on record in ap
proval of the Underwood tariff-bill, which is declared to have "sub
stantially contributed toward the promotion of vastly improved time?
winch are observable on every hand." "Wo hereby offer a prize of
one largo red applo for each and everyinslance of "vastly improved
times" to which the Underwood tariff has "substantially contributed.1
To save our face, we had better not ask Villa to salufe the Hag.
Fort Scott (ICas.) Republican.
A GREAT BARGAIN
An Ideal Offer For the Home
The Daily Public Ledger"
The Ohio Farmer . . . 52CopUt
McCail's Magazine rlE2LJ
The Housewife . . . . , 12Cople,
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tuition authority lor 4) Mttb
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tbtoluttly reliable, nothing cheep, nothing tfithy. Their style of cipieuion it dean
and their tubiect matter 11 wholetome. ft ii undoubtedly the leaaon'i belt oner.
We therefore have no heiitancy in urging our readers to tubtcr.be.
DON'T MISS THIS OFFER-
The Daily Public Ledger,
Send Your Or
""cier Today to
Maysville, Ky,
Iiir with them, mid wo told him bo. Uo
went off huffy and hnB never been In'
aide our store since."
"Wc wore under no obligation to
work off his collars. It wc had taken
thorn for him, tho beat thing wo could
have done would bo to throw them in
the rubbish barrel, and charge their
value up to advertising. And really
as a business proposition that would
hnve been the thing to do. Tho trade
of his wc lost was worth much more
than a total loss on those nilserablo
collars."
The merchant went on to say that
this Illustrated how he had to deal
with many pcoplo who havo no ex
perience with business methods. A
man familiar with the ordinary ways
and Ideas of business men would
never ask for any such exchange. The
merchant Is up against It.
Whether to yield to such people
who make theso unbusinesslike prop
ositions, or to-tako his stand on the
established standards of trade, and
thereby secure tho dlsllko of the
many pcoplo without business sense, Is
a problem which bothers many stores
KICK M-M Ol T IS CHY OF CLERGY.
(Cincinnati Enquirer.)
A demand that the wealthy New
York Presbytery bo expelled from the
Presbyterian church of the United
States, becauso of alleged continued
disloyalty, Is made lu an overture to
the general assembly of tho church, to
meet at Atlantic City .May 18, adopted
yesterday afternoon by the presbytery
of Cincinnati.
Rev. Frank H. Stevenson, minister
of the Presbyterian church of the
Covenant, who last week termed the
udmlsslon of three "disbelievers" to
the mlulstry of New York Presbytery
"nn unspcakablo outrage," introduced
the overture. A division was called
after a viva voce vote, and it carried,
42 to 29, upon a standing vote.
"Let their money perish with them,"
was anntiBwcr to an argumeut which
he thought might be raised on the
ground of the large amount of money
given for missionary endeavor by the
wealthy presbytery.
Tho overture, which Is bound to
create one of the biggest fights ever
waged on the Doors of the general as
Hcmbly, follows;
"New York Presbytery, being guil
ty of continued dUloynlty to tho doc
trine of the Presbyterian church, and
boiiig persistently disobedient to the
mandates of the general assembly, the .
the sprlnxs for tho healing baths,
every form of rheumatism la treated
with remarkable success.
Kentucky Carlsbad Springs water Is
placed on sale at leading druggists In
ensea of three gallons to each caso;
also containing a bottlo of concen
trated Carlsbad water that can bo used
In oxtreroc cases of habitual const!
patlon.
The Kentucky Carlsbad Springs
Hotel Co. owns and conducts a hotel
and sanatorium at Dry Ridge, Ky.,
whero all diseases arc treated as
mentioned and absolute satisfaction Is
guaranteed to all patients. If you
have never used Kontucky Carlsbad
Water call on your agont whoso name
nppcara below and glvo It a trial. If
It falls to do you good, your MONEY
WILL DE REFUNDED. Write the
Kentucky Carlsbad Springs Hotel
Company, Dry Ridge, Ky., for Infor
mation, rates and booklet.
IHA E. NEWELL, Phono 129.
OOVEn.VMKXX AID ACCEPTED BY
KEXTLCKY TO STAMP OUT
1IOO CHOLERA.
BKATrf Vi'FATVr BY ClW
LAND it OX An WHO SLOWJrT
WAS llECOMiNU PETRIFIED
Clovcland, 0., April 18.--"Donth can
not como too soon; 1 am prepared
for It, and I shall welcome It."
This was tho reply made by Mrs.
Oliver R. Orln, 68 years old, when her
daughter told her yesterday morning
that she had not much longer to llvo,
A fow minutes later, shortly boforo
11 o'clock, aho died.
Mrs. Orln walked Ui" last time thlr
ty-pno years ago when the family lived
at New Harrlsburg, O., and her mar
ried daughters were little girls. Some
llvo yenrs boforo sho felt the pain of
tho rhoumatlsm which forced hor to
U8o crutches. In 1885 ossification be
gan and sho had been dying a slow
death over since, ho Joints gradually
turning to stone.
For years boforo she died, hor
body was rigid as rock Itself; hor
Joints, composed of a substnnco sim
ilar to tho sediment formed In the
action of water In a kettle, became os
sified from her feet up, and though
her death Is said to have been caused
by dropsy, tho petrification would un
doubtedly have reached her brain In
tho courso of tjmo, medical authori
se.? state.
OH, YOU, TRUSTEES.
f arm r mm ' m m
1 Bargain wween
2 At The New York Store to Give Everybody a
Chance to Dress for Easter
SPECIALS
m Ladies' fine Lingerie Waists 49c.
m Ladies' i 1 .50 Silk and Voilp Waist 98.C
Ladies' Street Dresses 98c, very cheap.
Children's New Dresses 49c and 98c.
a Ladies' New Spring Coats 3.98, worth $6.00.
7 Ladies' Seperate Skirts $1.98, worth $3.00.
J Ladies' Fine Suits, many styles, reduced.
m Ladies' elegant Hats $1.25 and J5..98.
W Ladies' Hosiery iu Silk and all colors 25c and 49c.
m Ladies' New Gloves 25c mid 49c.
m Dress Fabrics of many kinds 5c to 50c yard.
m Silk Poplin, yard wide, reduced to 79c yard.
5NEW YORK. STORE
J S. STRAITS, Proprietor. PHONE S2i.
Frankfort. Ky., April 18. Tho Llvo
Stock Sanitary Hoard at its meeting
in Louisville today accepted tho prop
osition of tho federal government to
co-operate with Kentucky in control
ling hog cholera. One or more ex
perts on hog cholera will be sent by
tho federal government to this Btato
to co-opcrato with the state. Tho
state will be divided into districts,
whero the experts will work In order
to determine the best methods of con
trolling hog cholera.
A meeting of tho Stato Doard of Ag
riculture was also held In Louisville
today for tho purpose of classifying
the State Fair catalogue. It is the
purposo of. tho-board to Issue the
catalogue as soon as posslWC.
SEA FIGHTl.Va I3IPKRS0NAL.
(Urooklyn Eagle.)
Somewhere in tltc North sea aboard
II, M. S. Princess Royal boarding a
first lino battle cruiser in tho British
navy In un arm of the North sea Is not
at all the same affair as stumbling Into
a first-class trench In Flanders. It Is
twice ns Interesting and only halt as
dangerous. Officers who were aboard
this ship In tho Dogger Dank fight In
sist that a modern naval battle, with
the enemy eight or ten miles off down
on the horizon, Is a most lmporsonal
Presbytery of Cincinnati requests the sort of mlt. but they have never
generaly assembly to cut off from the
Jb-esbyterian church tho Presbytery of
New York, if no other way Is open."
Itev. William McKlbbln, president
of I .a in- Semlnnry, and Itev. Frederick
' stood all duy In n trench peering
through a periscope and wondering
Just what 11 German really docs look
like. Moreover, aboard a first line
battle cruiser, the turret lieutenant
L. MeMlllln. the retiring moderator ,lni,,i"8 011 "lowing you nis guus. wnwo
simnnrted ii.iv. Stevenson. Uhv. o tlrst line treucii tho battery cap-
Louis Nlcksle, pastor of the Fatr- '"ln shudders ht disclosing his lm-
mount German Presbyterian church I'mccwcnis,
stated that tho church should bo lib-, ManlpulatlnB a big gun In tho tur-
eral lu its theology.
TWO CIIILDUEX CREMATED.
ret of a battleship Is about ns Imper
sonal tt form of Aghtlug as oxlsts. In
trench warfare you can hear tho shell
! coming In tltno to step out of Its patch
Inez. Ky.. April 18. Mrs. Richard (" JO" are lucky), but In turret light-
Carter looked her two children, 2 and "K you are shut up tightly In n stool
5 years old, In tho house while she compartment with no chance to es
was at tho barn milking at her home .'. If n enemy projectile strikes
on Rockcastle creek In tho southern tho turret you nre killed. If tho ship
part of Martin county. Several mln- Blnks our Btet-'l trap drowns you. And
utcs later she looked toward the r flnay defeat tho enemy by
house, and saw It ln flames and faint- woming a uraes lever nacKwaru aiu
ed. While sho lay unconscious the mrwara ror nvo, nourayou wonuer now
building was destroyed and tho chit
drcn burned to death.
II KT READY FOR FRUIT.
Washington. April 18. Tho Inter
state Commerce Commission has called
the attention of the railroads to the'
many of your shots wero hits and how
I many wero more watorsjouts. In
fact, tho only vlslblo vestlgo of Nel
sonlan tradition is an engraving of
Lady Hamilton lu tho admiral's cabin.
1
JUS JOB.
Merchant (to new boy) "Has the
need of haviug on hand a suttlclent bookkeeper told you what to do In 'tho
number of refrigerator cars for the afternoon?"
A -tf 1.. . I. 1 . !!,. - I II... 1 ' ......
f luuicuiciu qi euriy iruu uuu vega- luuiu icn, oir. 1 iu 10 nuio nun
tables from the south. up when I see you coming."
X A Virginian has patented a chcm- Among ordinary woods locust has
leal process for rendering salt proof the most tunsllo strength, about 2,
ngatust dampness. 200 pounds to the uquaro Inch.
Columbus, O., April 18. A now form
of trouble has descended on Adams
county, which sprang Into public no
tlco ln n highly unpleasant manner a
fow years ago, when n lnrge percent
age of tho voters were disfranchised.
This time the troublo concerns condi
tions In tho public schools, to which
tho attention of State Superintendent
Francis D. Pearson has been called by
formor Stato Printer E. A. Crawford.
As representative of an clement of
tho citizens Crawford has asked aid
of the state In correcting matters said
to be Inimical to the interest of the
schools.
According to tho report given Pear
son by Crawford, there aro a number
of young women schoolteachers who
are In Interesting situations, and
prosecutions aro threatened In the lo
cal courts. Tho chargo Is mndo that
certain school officials nre Involved
anil that they should bo ousted. In
one district It Is reported that eight
of tho teachers would bo unfit for their
usual duties within a very short time
While expressing keen regret that
such a stato of affairs should have de
veloped, Mr. Pearson was unable to
seo In what manner tho state could In
tervene. Although tho department has
authority In certain school affairs, Its
Jurisdiction docs not extend to detail
ed control of the conduct of those con
nected with the schools.
Certificates can not bo revoked by
state authority nor can those In offi
cial position bo ousted. The sugges
tion of the stato department was that
tho mnttor bo taken up in Adams
county with tho local board of education.
HATES OF EASTER.
Raster falls on April 23 this year.
It may fall on nny Sunday of tho
five weeks which commence with
.March 22 and end with April 25. Dur
ing the nineteenth century Easter oc
curred but once on Slnrch 22 (1818),
and but once on April 25 (1886). Dur
ing tho twentieth century Kaster will
not fall on March 22 and will occur
on April 2C only onco, 19-13. It oc
curred on April 23 In 1!05, but will
not como on thM dnto again after
this year until tho year 2000.
Easter was ordained by the Coun
cil of Nice, 325, to bo observed on the
samo day throughout the Christian
world, and It was decreed to be "tho
Sunday following that fourteenth day
of the calendar moon which" happens
upon or next after March 21, so that If
tho said fourteenth day be a Sunday,
Easter day Is not that Sunday, but
the noxt."
Easter day Is always the first Sun
day after tho full moon which happens,
or noxt after tho 21st day of Maroh,
and If tho full moon happens on n Sun
day, Eastor day Is the Sunday after.
CINCINNATI MARKETS
t.'R.UX.
Wheat.
No. 3 red 1.S51.27
No. 3 red 1.17fl1.14
Cora. I
No. 2 white 7G"7c
No. 2 yellow 77 78c
Oats.
No. 2 white s 49S0c
No. 2 mixed 45?16c
Hay.
No. 1 timothy $21.C0
No. 1 clover mixed 18.G0
LIYE HT00K
Cattle.
Shippers I 0.000 8.25
Good to choice 6.25 6 7.00
Calves 5.00 (p 10.50
Hops,
Heavy shippers $ 9.95 10,00
Packers and butchers.,.. 9.7510.00
Sheep.
Extra S 7.75 8.00
Common to fair 4. GOG 0.50
Spring lambs 12.00ifil6.00
Early Six Weeks
Eating Potatoes
Lime
Seed Potatoes
Triumphs
Early Rose; Red River
Early Oliios, Red River
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
HOW MUCH JOY THERE IS IN A
SHOWER BATH
Is only known to those having one
In their homes. It Is a continual
source of exhilarating vigor. You can
have ono Installed In your bathroom
with no trouble or Inconvenience and
at very little expense. Suppose wo
talk It over together.
JIAYSV1LLE .NATURAL GAS SUPPLY
COMPANY.
w Oddfellow Building, Sutton Street.
Telephone S9. II. O. WOOD, Manager.
Gas Supplies, Stoves and Ranges.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
Our Main Asset
is satisfied customers.
The reason they are satis
fied is because we are sure of
our merchandise. A glimpse
of our new line of tapestry up
holstered chairs will convince
even the most difficult to
please.
Mcllvain, Humphreys & Knox
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Phone 250, 207 Sutton Street. Maysville, Ky.
I When You Want
S Good Work
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WHEN YOU WANT ELECTRICAL WORK
INSTALLED THAT YOU KNOW WILL COMPLY
WJTH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE
FIRE MARSHALL AND INSURANCE UNDER.
WRITERS, YOU ALWAYS LET US INSTALL IT.
WHEN YOU DO THIS YOU OAN FEEL SAFE BE
CAUSE YOU ARE NOT ADDING A FIRE HAZARD
BUT HAVE SOMETHING AS' SECURE AS THE
ROOF OVER YOUR HEAD. SAFETY FIRST
SHOULD ALWAYS BE YOUR SLOGAN.
OUR PHONE IS 551. ADDRESS 105 WEST
SECOND STREET.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
For Con press.
Ye are authorized to- announce W
J Fields of Carter county, as a candt
late for renomtnatlon as Representa
tive In Congress from the Ninth Dla
irlct, subject (o the action of the Au
gust primary
J. .J. J J J J eje .J. .J.
NOTICE TO OUR ADYERTIS-
I NO PATRONS.
All ehaugea for advertls- J
J tneuti MUST be In t his' office I
4 by 9 o'clock the day before
their insertion, aud for Mon- J
I day's paper must be In by 9 J
4 o'clock on Saturday.
.J. .J. 4. . .J. l 4. 4 i 4 h Phone 77.
For that Spring Cold use
PR0SPII0 QUTNINE.
Vor Colds in the head or Catarrh use
QUAKER OIL.
For Chapped Skin use
PICAR1VS SNOW WHITE CREAM.
For your Complexion use
PIOARW'S COMPLEXION S0AF.
For the Best Shampoo uso
A. I. S. LIQUID SHAMPOO.
Any of these articles sell for 25c
and can be bought at
Ptcor Df ug'Cft
Si Y. Sroad St
Get Ready VUfirmal PoQnrkiinf TXov Thursday, April 27th WASHINGTON
For INdllOIldl rdrdlllOUIIl Udy We Will Surprise you OPERA-HOUSE

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