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NOW ONLY $6 PER BARREL Faultless in Price, Faultless in Quality, Faultless in Name. Order Your Barrel Now. tj. wyvno. friiH iyv" V V V " V V" V" V " V1" V1" V" '"CT Grand Ooenin Today Matinee 2:30. Evening 7:15 and 8:30. A picture program for lovers of good plays who appreciate the acting of cele brated stage artists. We've acquired a reputation among particular people for giving a consistently high-class run of pictures the cream of all the market. We have the best ventilated house in the city. PAULINE FREDERICK In a Wo ml rful Film SATURDAY, JULY 8 Matinee 2:30 O'clock. Evening 7 and 9 O'clock. It Is With Pleasure We Announce the Coming of the "Tnll Actor" and Splendid "Curtain Speaker De Wolf Hopper -In- "DON QUIXOTE This is the Brat time this picture has been shown on screen in Mayavilla, To see him ill Xew York rost $2. while our price in Mayavilla will be only 1-. Also Thai Funm Cbmedkui, FORI) STERLING, in a Two Heel Coined v Scream "HIS PRIDE AND SHAME" Don't forget he likes his eggs scraiuhled. MONDAY, JULY 10 Matinee 2:30 O'clock. Evening 7 and 9 O'clock. Something Bjtfrn A BIG ONI "The Incomparable," in "ine uumD uin 01 romu A lavish spectacle thilt delies description. This same Mm was shown at 1he Lyric Theater. Cincin nati, for one week at 1. Our price here will be S6e, WEDNESDAY JULY 12 Two Shows Only -7 and 9 O'clock. Admission Only 10c. BESSIE BARRISCALE Cincinnati's Favorite Actress in "THE GREEN SWAMP" Triangle KeyatotM PrOntl KKE1 MACK in I Comedy "LOVE WILL CONQUER" THURSDAY JULY 13 Two Shows Only 7:15 and 8:30 O'clock. Admission 10c. William Fox Presents THEDA BARA The Sirenie Veunpire, in "THE SERPENT" Does she look bed t No' We agree yet she world lamed vampire. Like the serpent that tempted Kve in the Garden of Eden is the modern role of the eereen vampire. FRIDAY, JULY 14 Matinee 2:30 O'clock. Evening 7:15 and 8:30 O'clock. ,, Another Ureal Paramount fe)Valentine Grant 2 ' In a Strong 1'hoto Drama of Adventure "THE MOMENT BEFORE" Suppose you were a woman longing for love and sympathy and found yourself married to a villimi- would you take the um eou.se that gypsy maid did1 See PAULINI FREDEBICK in "THE MOMENT BEFORE.' ALSO, PARAMOUNT PICK GRAPHS f TlX III Kill TO III l KKANKI) II V 4WMI.IMMI.mMI I II KOI R W W HtVIMK 1111,1. ASXOt 'S CEMENTS. "The Innocent Lie See it ami form an opinion of what you would do if in bar place. Mao PARAMOUNT PICTOORAPHS. This is worth teeing, SATURDAY, JULY 15 Matinee 2:30 O'clock. Evening 7 and 9 O'clock Bessie Barriscale With CLARA WILLIAMS and ROBERT M'KUI in "THE LAST ACT" J It 'm an hi',' production and a good one. Triangle-Keystone Presents ( ilAKLKY t '( INK LIN in Two Keels of Comedy "THE CINDERS OF LOVE" ( Hi. mv. jroa will luugh. Washington, July 5- The anmin istration general revenue bill, de signed to produce about $200,000,0011 of additional revenue from Increased Mtrtax on Ineomes and from taxes on Inheritance and war munitions, wan favorHlily reported today by the llouae Way and Means Committee and pro bably will he passed by the House Monday. Two Republican memliera of tho committee. Ixingworth of Ohio and Gardner of Massachusetts, voted with the DemocratH for a favorable report hut reserved the right to express dur ing debate in the House t heir objec tions to th) methods of the majority In framliiK the measure. The other ( Republican committeemen, Oreen of Iowa, and I loan of Nebraska, while Ihey voted against restoring tho bl'l, gave notice that they expected to sup port it on the final roll-call. (lenernl debate is expected to begin Thursday under a special rule provid ing for n final vote before adjourn iiicnt Monday. That plan was definite ly agreed 08 during the day by House leaders The committee report says that the 'necessity for revenue legislation grows out of the extraordinary in crease in the appropriations for the urmy and navj and fortification of our country. " The fiscal situation is summarized In i Ins wav: "Bet I mated excess of disbursements over receipts for the fiscal year ending June :!0. 1!17. $ 266,922,000 ; additional receipts under the proposed bill, in come tax. $107,000,000, estate tax, $17. 000.000 (and it is estimated that the :inniial receipts from the estate tax will amount to $54,000,000 when the tax will amount to $54,000,000 when the law is in full operation), munition niaiiufiicturers' tax, $71,(M)0,000; mis :ellnneous tax. $2,000,000. Total addi ticnal receipts, $197,000,oo Balance to be taken from general fund $69 922,000. 'Fortunately the balance in the gen eral fund June 30, isifi, was much larger than at the end of any fiscal year since 1!08. After deducting 059,- 000,000 for disbursing officers' hal luces there remained in Ibis fund over $177,000,000. After deducting $69,92 oo from this fund, as above, there will still remain June 30, 1917. in the gen eral fund over $100,000,000 exclusive f the disbursing officers' balance. It is estimated that the total appropria tion for the fiscal year ending June 30 1917, will not exceed $1,579,000,000 This Includes $125,000,000 to meet th extraordinary expenses or disburse ments occasioned by the Mexican situ ation. This and other appropriations that may be necessary to meet the ah normal and extraordinary expenses which may be incurred on such ac count should be financed by bond is sues, as is always done by this and all other nations under similar cir cumstances. "In estimating the actual disburse meats it is proposed to deduct the sinking fund requirement Included the permanent appropriations at $60, 727.000 for the fiscal year 1917. and al- M the postal appropriations estimated at $234,723,000 payable from the postal revenues. It Ib also safe to deduct as unexpected an equivalent to 5 per vent of the total estimated appropriations' remaining after these deducations. IX ducting the sinking fund and postal appropriations and the I per cent of the balance as unexpended and the estimated $125,000,000 of bonds to ft nance the eMxlcan situation leaves $1,015,122,000 as the amount for which it is necessary to provide revenue. The estimated revenue under present laws id $748,200,000. Estimated excess of disbursements over receipts $266,922 000." It is probable, that no other country derives as much revenue per capita from the people through consumption taxes an does the nlted States, the report says, adding that the revenut system should be more evenly bal ancced and a larger portion of rev en ue collected from Incomes and in heritanceg of those deriving the mos government benefit. Receipts from the income tax under the bill are estimated at $227.000.ooo annually. The proposed eBtate or in neritanee tax Is to be levied upon transfer of net estates, after deducting .hi vuou claims ami an ainiiiion ex emption of $50,000. Canada, enmark. France, (ieruinuy Great Britain, Italy and Sweden, it is pointed out in the report, have laws similar to the proposed munitions tax In approval of a Bection of the bill im posing special duties on dye BtuffB im ports, the reports says the committee has decided, like Great Hritain and Japan, "that this war anomaly as it affects dye stuffs can only be dealt with in a manner that under normal conditions would not be wise, JustlH able or necessary." Fer Congress. We ar authorised to announce W J Fields of Carter county, as a candi date for renomlnatlon as Representa tive In Congress from the Ninth fits trlct, subject to the action, of the Au gust primary RAILROAD TIME TABUS t CLIME AND ENJDY THESE GREAT FILMS I Washington Opera House Always Big Ones Every Night in the Week Coming Monday, July 17 BILLY BURKE in "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" JOHN W. PORTER KINERAI, MMCfM Office Phone 37. Home Phone 98 17 East Second Street Maysvllle, hi. II IT'S IKMIkVYOOD IT'S THK BKST I'OKKKK Tit A Dl MAKK No. 11 departs 5:35 a. m , dally ex cept Sunday. No. 9 departs 1:00 p. in., daily -t- jcept Sunday. No. 19 departs 3:40 p. m daliy No. 10 arrives 9:60 a. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 18 arrives 2:06 p. m. dally. No. 14 arrives 8:30 p. m , dally ex cept Sunday. No. 16 arrives 7:30 a. m , daily ex cept Sunday. No. 17 departs 7:60 a. in., dally ex cept Sunday. Sunday Only No. 117 departs at 8 a. m. No. 118 arrives at 11:26 p. m. Schedule effective Sunday, May 28, subject to change without notice. H. S. ELLIS, Agent. One Pound Packages, One I'onnd Cans, Steel Cat Sold by all First Class Grocers. E. K. WEBSTER CO. I mporters-Roasters FOR RENT House. 5 rooms and big Colonial porch, with bath, on corner of Fourth and Lime stone streets. Apply to MRS. CARRIE BREEZE Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Schedule subject to enanje without nolle Schedule effective May 28th. kast bound No. 8, 9:41 a. m No. 6, 9:55 a. m. No. I 1:40 p. m. No. 16. 5:30 p. m. No. 18, 8:00 p. ru. No. 4, 10:48 p. m. west bound No. 19, 5:30 a. m. i No. 5. 6:15 a. m. No. 1, 9:19 a. m. No. 17. 9:30 a. m. No. 3, 3:30 p. m. No. 7, 4:33 p. m. W w WIKOFF. Agent THE UNIVERSAL CAR Over a million unit a quarter Ford cars in use today. If each one of these cars wasn't an active demon stration of Ford qualities strength simplicity, light freight, economy and dependability- the or ders wouldn't come in so fast. Most men like to judge a motor car by what it can really do. Touring Car $440: Runabout $.100 ; Cou pole t $500; Town Car 640 Sedan $740. All prices f. o. Y Detroit. On display and sale at Central Garage Co. Removal Notice The Public Is Invited To Take Notice That the Mays Hie Telephone Co. Has Moved Its Exchange and Office To the Second Floor of the First National Bank Building. I. . LYNCH, Local Manager. M-H-f lWlKW''" t-H H AltVKKTIMUl I I I I Mis :- WrlrrTrT f I,lst of unclaimed letters In the Mayavilla I'ostolflce week endliiK J ul V 6th- Urowntl9ld. K. M. Brooks, K. W. Kodaer, Mrs. Jesse Cooper, Mrs. Sadie Oalaaer. Miss Birdie Fuller, Homer Jones, Ueorge kui!- Miss Helen Kemper. Mrs. Addle Mi Kee, it A Martin, Frank MuK.ee, Orman Stallard, Augusta Dtark. Hal Sorrow, Jim White, ttadiu Woodiuauser, John Due cent due ou above letUrs, per sons cat Una for same will please aajr You can't afford to keep a good cur iu an uuiit place. We can provide safe, clean uud convenient storage for a limited number of machines. Right now is the time to see about it 60 you will be suro to get a plaoa. Or if yon want a cover for the car we will aerva you beat. V. ladTrtied M F KJCHOB, 1'ostu.aaier.