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THI DAILY PUBLIC LEDOBR RATTTRDAY. JULY 20 UMfl
COTTON -A.G-S BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. "CLIMAX" BRAND $20 PER HUNDRED. There U more Catarrh In this aec tlon of Ihp country than all other dis rates put together, and until the lait few year doctor pronounced It to be Incurable. For a Kreat many yeara doctora pronounced tt a local disease and preerrlbed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment , proneunced It Incurable Selene, has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional dlaeaae, and therefore require ooneMtutlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F I, Cheney It Co., Toledo, Ohio, ts the only Constitutional cure on tho market. It Is taken Internally. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars ana testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7r.c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constl patlon. HUGE SUMS To Wo For Oefense-If Two Sennit RUN are Approved by Hons Near 47H.IMNMMNt In Total of iMNfM Army Appro priation Is Increased Hy Solon. Washington. Inly 27 Nearly IngL 100,900 for national defense In the fis cal year 1117 is the aggregate of pro posed appropriations reached In the Senate today with passage of the army appropriation bill, carrying In round numbers $314,000,000. This grand total for preparedness stllT is subject to revision, however, because the army bill will follow the haval bill into conference, where redu tlons are probable despite the firm at titude of President Wilson in support ing the liberal response of the Senate to the call for edquate defense. avj Is When Most The appropriations tor preparedness as they now stand are as follows: Army, $313,970,447.10. Navy. $315,826,843.56. ' Fortifications (law), $26,748,050. Military Academy, $2,238,328.57. Army and navy deficiency, $27,559, 348.06. Total, $685,343,017.27. As It passed the Senate the unny bili exceeded the uppropriatious made by the House by more than $131,000,000. In the final hours of debate on the measure the Senate agreed to an ap propriation of $2,000,000 for relief ot dependent families of national guards men and regular army soldiers in ser vice In the Mexican emergency. Dis tribution of the fund Is left to the dis cretion of the Secretary of War, but in no case shall any dependent family re ceive more than $60 a month. Suffrage of Soldiers l.t An amendment, agreed to yesterday, giving soldiers on the border lire rie.lii to vote in the field at the November election was eliminated from the bili on u point or order just before pas saga Ab soon as the army bill was out of l ho way the Senate took up and pass ed, after brief debate, the military academy appropriation bill, carrying $2,238,328.57, an Increase of $1.01 9,524 over the House authorization. lit the main the Senate approved the Military Committee's increase over House appropriations in the army bill, although there were a few reductions in the committee recommendations due to Improvement in I lie Mexican situa tion. i Hut. then, the fellow who disagrees with you is always a Mutt. Enjoyable It's a Hue thiliK to -.mi WM The t'ooil one cHls should not onl conlaiii the mnxi in him ol' body, nerve anil lira in bvildinf qualities, hut slionlil rule muli as nn appetizer. GrapeNuts FOOD is Unique ill hoth these proper! i Made of whole wheat and mailed barley, it retains the wonder! ql nutriment of these grains, including their mineral elements which arc ulal for health. At the Maine nine tirnpe-Nuta is a delicious loud. pokscitsitiK n natural sweetness cnuihiucd with a deli eate malt tlavur. Served with cream, or (fund milk. (I rape Nuts ia ideal for children and jrrown ups. building and maintaining the system for the demauds of life in a plcataut enjoyable way. "There's a Reason" UALUUfWI MWItM WW I l I llH THAT WWl IS VIK- ftfJaUVI i:mh. sws sir M)H A K It UOKHIN Paris, July 27- Sir Edward Morris, Premier of Newfoundland, In an In terview today with a representative of the I lavas News Agency, declased that the Germans were beginning to realize Hint the war Is practically fin ished. Premier Morris has just returned from the section of the Somme front where the Newfoundland detachment Is stationed. Ilefore leaving for the front he was asked by President I'ojn care and Premier Mit to express to his countrymen in Hie treuchea Ktmices adlinoratlou and apprecia tion of their splendid services. In his Interview he said: "The war Is virtually finlsncrr an the Hermans are beginning to realize it The Hattle of Verdun, the great est battle In history, Is a victory for France. "It is the finest of all her glorious exploits and gives a new impulse to the whole nation. "Herman prisoners with whom I talked, officers wearing the Iron Cross seem to fear that Hermany has staff seem to fear thut Germany has lost the game. The collapse of Her many is iinly a question of time. Wlion rtiat day arrives we must see that the victory won by our arms is not lost by diplomatic negotiations." o womikk ismavam mm VYIIKN VII, LACK MARSHAL AIM VMI HIT. II UK Alt lis AM) ANOTHKK TO RKH is I I It 70. Lowell, Ind., July 27 S. H. Petrie walked out of his store in Lowell to day, his face in perspiration, a look of suffering In his eyes. The thermometer in front of his store had just told him that the temperature was 118. i'etrlc passed his friend, Fred Schiaall, a hotel keeper. "Hot." said Petrie. "WWl. dead ly." "Not at all." said Sclimall, who had tils coat on and looked happy. "Rath er cool." Sc.hmall waved his hand toward his hotel. "It's 7 degrees," he explain ed. 1'etrie walzed over to the hotel and took a look. There was the thermom eter, registering 70 degrees. Petrie lost his temper. The two fell into an argument, which grew into a fight. A crowd collected and Marshal Duckworth BUM galloping down the street. "Slop, stop,'' cried the Marshal, "it's all a Joke." He explained then that he had been amusing himself by hoUlin? a match under I'etrle's thermometer and n piece of ice under Schmall's. rixiNvm HiMPS nn in it: llairodsburg. Ky., July 27 Veter uns of the First Ohio Itegimeut during the Spanish war, who were then mem bers of Sinittie's band of Cincinnati which led the rorlmcnt. paid tribute to Abraham Lincoln here today by pluy lng a concert of natlouul airs before the Lliicolnu cabin. In which the great emancipator's parents were married. The privilege was granted at the re quest of Captain Heese, the band lead er. Citizens joined in the demonstra- t ion. Efficiency tliis riul in an enjoyable, happy MAYSVILLE'S CHURCHES Where Kellgtons Kxerrle Will Re Held on the Sabbath. HHV tUI3 nUvrv i yy III to saaaflsS9saaassaaaaa9 4 i A i T T J To insure insertion all matter I for this column must be sent in 4 not later than 12 o'clock on Frl Third Street M. I . Church. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. will be in charge of W. I, Nauman. No other services on account of Rnggles Camp meeting. J. M. LITKKAL, Pastor Church of the nthlty. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer 10:45 a. in. I'nion Meeting 7:30 p. in. All are cordially Invited. J. H. FIFLDINC, Hector. First Presbyterian Church. Preaching by pastor at 10:46 a. m. No evening servjee on account of the union service. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. Ail cordially invited. J. BARBOUR, Pastor. St Patrick's Church. Until differently announced, the ser vices during the vacation period will accord with this schedule: Sunday: First mass at 8 a m. Sec ond mass at 10 a. m. Benediction o the Most Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m Week Days: Masses at 6 30 and 8 a. m. Aberdeen Baptist Church. Preaching Sunday morning 10:45 a. in. Subject: "Obedience to Your Vision." No preaching Sunday night. All in vited to attend services at First Bap tist Church Maysville. OMAR WILLIAMS. Castor Central Presbyterian Church. Sunday School at ft.'M a in., Jas B Wood, Superintendent. Preaching services at 10:45 a. m. Christlon Kmleavor Society at fi.45 p. m. At night the congregation will wor shipu at the I'uion Sen ice. H. KKRR TAYLOR. Pastor Second M. K. ( nurcb, South. Preaching the first and second Sun days in each month at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Third Sunday at Concord. Fourth Sunday at Dover. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m , W. L Stick ley superintendent. Ep worth League at 6; 46 p. m IS. L. WILLIAMS, Pastor. First M. I . Church, South. The pastor will fill his pupit Sunday morning. The subject will be, "The 'tlghteoua Life ." In the evening the I n ion Senicc will be held with us, so we urge all our people to be on hand for both these services. Sunday School at 9:30. Epworth league at 6:30. WILL a t'AMPIIKLL. Castor First Haptlst fJtwfc Tomorrow is the pasto's last day as pastor of this church and a large number of the members are exipecled to hear him at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. B. Y. P. V. at 8:30 p. ui. Sunday School at U:30 a. in. Special church busluess at morning hour. II H. W1LHOYTE, Pastor. Scull M. K. Church. ttiinday School 9:30 a. in. Quarterly Meeting Sunday. it. v H A. Forman, District Superintendent, will preach at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. n U. L. liiu i in and hla congregation of Waahiugtou will be present and will preach. Communion service will be admlulstered at this service. Special music. Everybody cordially Invited. H. W. H. HAMMOND, Pastor MIS IIn v h I Tit-Bits) ' An old aeiitltmiaii of 84 havlna taken to Hi. altar a youug damsel of about 16, the i-lei h. muii said to blot: "The tout ia at the other etui or the cburob." "Oh, 1 bug your pardon, said the don. , "1 though you had brought this cbuu to he curltteuad ' tId keep butter on dish cold wlth lont the use of Ice there hus been In vented a hollow earthenware cover, which may be filled w ith wnter, which j cools the air under It by evaporation. FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS By Beiaf Constantly Supplied With Tbedfordi Black-Draught. McDufl, V. "I suffered lor several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol this place, "with sick headache, and stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try rhedford's Black-Draught, which I did, jnri I found it to be the best family uiedi :ine for young and old. I keep Black-Draught on hand all the mie now, and when my children feel a ittle bad, they ask me far a dose, and it Joes them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell ot sick ness in our family, since we commenced using Black-Draught." Thedford's Black-Draught la purely 'citable, and has been found to regu ue weak stomachs, aid digestion, re lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, ii'iilache, sick stomach, and similar xvinptoms. It has been In constant use tor more nan 70 years, and has benefited mote ;han a million people. Your druggist sella and recommends Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a nackage to-day. k c ua JOHN W. PORTER M MIMI, IHNKCTOK Office Phone 37 Home t'hone 96 17 East Second Street, Majsvllla, Ky. Wonderful The Saxon Six will give you the result you want. RELIABLE, ECONOMICAL and DURABLE is this LIGHT SIX. The easiest car in the world for a lady to drive. Call or phone KIRK E.T. Kirk. J. R. Mammoth Cave $12.15 FOR AN ALL-EXPENSE THREE DAYS' TRD? FROM MAYSVILLE AUGUST 8th. Kailiouil fare $5.65. Board including routes in the cave for $6.50 Tickets on sale lor morning trains at nil way stations. See L. & N. Agent. TO THE Jackson, Hicatliiit County, Kentucky, July 1"). I9t To the Voters of the Ninth Congressional District: The Reptlblieana of lirenlhitt C. Kash, of Jackson, for Congress in the Ninth Congressional 1 is trict, for the following reasons: BKCAUHE lie will add great! itrtaftli to the Itopubliata ticket in Noveinher hoth in the counties greatly reduce the Democratic majority in the county of Morgan. BKOAUSH he is well ajwdUUd and fitted lor the office, ia a man of approved character and integrity aud u man of ability, and is well and favorably known to the people of this aectiou. DKCAUSK be ia a fine campaigner, u man of good address, pop ular with associates and acquaintances, a good .Mixer and an ener getic politician and organizer. We ask the Itcpublicau of give this nomination to Mr. Kash, of Hi'cathitt County will stand with It i in aud give him a support that could not be procured for any other candidate Let Breathitt County have this nomination aud the party work era of thia couuty and in this section will enter this tight and earrv it to certain victory. Respectfully, J II. Ilaiiitiions. M II llolliday, Jerry Cardwell, H L lwoii. A. 8. Johiiaoa. A. H. Mauppiu, W. L. Weloh, J. C. Hunt, t'arrana, like the smoklnr volcano, tins been spouting again. Weil Say It's Hot! That is, in some places. But have you wandered under one of the eleclric fans at Traxel's and felt the gentle breezes blow? My, what a relief! And then while you are thus enjoying yourself you can make your comfort complete by trying one of our many soft drinks or ftoen products. Come in. TRAXEL'S "The House of Quality" MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO. AUTO TltPCK FOB HEAVY OK LIGHT HAITLIMG. We specialize on large contracta. Office and barn Bast Front street. Oflire Phone 22. Home Phone 607. PALM BEACH SUITS Suits of all kinds dry cleaned, presa td ami delivered In 36 hours. Quick service Is our motto. HtKX U DRY i I.I M- Its MRS. CARRIE BREEZE PROPRIHTRJOM Fast Second Street. Phone h-'l. Performer! for demonstration. BROS Kirk. M. C. Kirk. VOTERS County ask I he nomination of K. nf Mrculhilt and Wolfe, anil will the Ninth Congressional District to and if he is nominated the votere K C. Hurat. C U. Rose, C. B. Mctiuire, Jatuea 1'. Adams. T V. Cardwell, Jr. W. L. Kversole, J. I Hall RAILROAD TIME TABI ES No. 11 departs 6:36 a. in dally i cept Sunday. No. 9 departs 1 00 p. m., daily ex cept Sunday. No. 19 departs 3:40 p. ai No. 10 arrives 9 60 a. m dally. . dally ex dally. , dally ex- cept Sunday. No. 13 arrives 2:06 p. in No. 14 arrives 8:30 p. m cept Sunday. No. 16 arrives 7:30 a. m , dally ex-1 cept Sunday. No. 17 departs 7:60 a. m dally ex cept Sunday. Sunday Only No. 117 departs at 6 a. m. No. 118 arrives at 11:26 p. m. Schedule effeetlve Suiday, May 28, subject to change without notice. H. S. KM. is. Agent. Chesapeake & Ohio Ky. Schedule tubjtct to cn.nje without nolict Schedule effective May 28th. east bound- No. 8. 9:41 a m No. 6, 9:66 a. m. No. 2 1:40 p. m. No. 16, 6:30 p. m. No. 18, 8:00 p. n. No. 4, 10:48 p. m west bound no. 19, 6:30 a. m. No. 6, 6:16 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. ffl. w w WIKOFT, Agsnt. IF IT'S KOOKWOOI) IT'S THE BEST COFFEE I K A UI VKK doe Found Packages, One Foand Cans, Meet tut. So lil bf all First Class Grocers. E. It. WEB8TEB CO. 1 mportera-Roasters Lime, Cement and Wood Pulp J. C. Removal Notice The Public Is Invited To Take Notice That the Maysville Telephone Co. Has Moved Its Exchange and Office To the Second Floor of the First National Bank Building. 1. 1. LYNCH, Local Manager. vTH L UNlVERS.AkC AB ftasa Over a million and a quarter Ford cars in use today If each one of these cars wasn't an active demon stration of Ford qualitiea strength, simplicity, light weight, 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 WJ0; Coupelet $590; Town Car $o40; Sedan $740. All prices f. o. h. Detroit. On display and sale at Central Garage Co. THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD (mma AT ALL GROCERY STORES. CAFES AND STANDS. 55 A BOTTLE. Good Bargain in Small Home We bare the cottage home of W. 0. .Morgan at No. 52(1 West Third atreel for sale. Large lot, 71 x !!)0 ; new hen house on the lot. 12x30. A splendid place for some one who wants chicken ranch and tardea. This place will be sold worth the money. So ua before the other fellow beats you to it. THOS. L. EWAN & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT Farmers & Traders Bank Building Maysville, Ky. For that Spring Cold use PHOSPHO QUININE For Colds in the head or Catarrh use QUAKER OIL. For Chapped Skin use PICARD'S SNOW WHITE CREAM. ! For your Complexion use PICARD'S COMPLEXION SOAP. For the Best Shampoo use A. D. S. LIQUID SHAMPOO. I Any of these articles sell for 25c and can be bought at Pecor Drug Co. ; Phone 77. 22 W. Second St. EVERETT & CO.