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1 "' "..il , . Something New First Year Ever Sold Sanitary and Clean Sold Only in Tin Cans at Will I 1U TO THE PUBLIC: The new Telephone Directory will go to press on Octoher 10th. 1916. All change in present listing and all new listing should he ar ranged for at once. If you are without telephone service, order a telephone now and your name will appear ;n the new hook. For rates and other information call Telephone !00. MAYSVILLE TELEPHONE COMPANY, Incorporated. IN THE FALL a young man's fancies turn to girls and candy forHiom. This Is the place to get the candy If you want the best. Because of their popularity, we sug gest: Rmm WHITMAN'S LOWJfKVS MORRIS' MISS HOLLIDAY'S They are all good and if you want to "win a home" take HER a box the next time you call. TRAXEL'S "THK HOI SI OK QI ALITY- 3ohn 01. Porter FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Phone 37. Home Phone 96 17 East Second Street, Maysillle, k y, iiiiiiiiiiinniiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw MR. WILSON TOOK PLEAS URE IN EXTENDING THE HAND OF WELCOME TO CARRANZA. One of these "uncivilized" acts was committed on Septem ber 29th, when some of Carran xat soldiers captured an Ameri can trooper, killed Mm and cut off Ma head and ears. Exactly twenty days later, on October ttth, Mix WKaon expressed "pteasure" In Informing Carran ra that ho recognized hlml Since the recognition, Carranza's troops by his orders have treacherously attacked and mur dered American soldiers on at least two occasions. If the acta above recited which are merely samples of the course of con duct Carranza has already pur sueddo not constitute "in trigue and assassination, treach ery and violence," than the words have lost their meaning. Mr. Wilson took "pleasure" In "extending the hand of wel come" to Carranza, whose own hand la rsd with the blood of murdered men and women of hia own nation, and whose hands, unlike the hands of Hueru, ware also red with the blood of murdered Americans, of murdered American civilians, and of murdered American aol diere wearing the American uni form. But President Wilson cared as little for the deaths of these men as he cared for the honor of the uniform. He with "pleas ure" "extended the hand of welcome" to the man guilty of their murder. From the Speech of Colonel Roosevelt at Battle Creak, Michigan, in Behalf of Mr. Hughes. r ! i There Has Been No Advance in the Price of Grape-Nuts Post Toasties Post urn Instant Postum These staple, healthful and appetizing products are obtainable right now from your grocer at the same price you have been accustomed to pay. This is exceptional, and you will, no doubt, takejadvantage of it. ARK TOI R KIDNEYS SICK? Many May Wile People Have Kept Well ly Keeilur Their Kidneys WelL The first symptom of kidney trou ble may be only a slight pain In the back, a feeling of stiffness or soreness In the loins, or some annoying Irregu larity of the urinary passages. Urine Is often discolored and perhaps sedi ment gathers upon standing. Next may come a dull, throbbing bachache, sharp, knife-like pains, headaches, diz ziness and In many cases, lameness when nrlslns lu the morning. No one ! ran afford to delay until these trou- Ides become serious. Begin using Dohii's Kidney Pills, the tried and tested kidney remedy that has won the praise of thousand. Maysvllle read ers should find convincing proof of merit In the following statement. It's from a resident of this locality. A. Sorries, locksmith, Aberdeen, O. aaya: "The action of my kidneys was irregular and the kidney secretions contained sediment. I had backache and when stooping, it was hard for me to straighten up. Colds always set tled on my kidneys. I used Doan's Kid ney Pills and they stopped the trouble and my kidneys became strong." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply aak for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Sorrles had. Foster-Mllburn Co. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. MOARAGUAN REVENUES MAN AGED HY YANKEES KOR DEBT COLLECTION .Mangua, Nicaragua. October 29 Americans are taking over the man agement of all the internal revenue of Nicaragua. A dispatch from Managua, October 1. said it was reported American bank ers to whom the Nicaraguan Govern ment was indebted had notified .Nica ragua that it mus liquidate the in debtedness by October 15, or that oth erwise they would take over sufficient of the country revenues to reimburse them. The dispatch added that it was also reported the Cnited States Govern ment was considering the rehabilita tion of Nicaragua's finances by adding I $2,000,000 to the $3,000,000 due on the ! canal treaty concession, thus forming a fund to guarantee an Issue of 15,000,- .000 cordobas ( a corodoba is equival ent to $1, American gold) with which te pay all debta. The roc, a fabulous bird often refer red to in the "Arabian Nights," was believed to be of such enormous size and strength as to be able to carry even elephants In its talons. HUGHES WILL WIN SAYS WILCOX Republican Party Will Achieve An Overwhelming Victory at the Polls. Nov. 7th EVERY VOTER AT THE POLLS United Party Will Register Full Vote In All States In Union Mr. Voter, Do Your Share, Vote Early. Louisville, Ky. (Specir-.l.) Th Campaign Chairman's prediction ol overwhelming victory for his party has become so commonplaced that his bare statement no longer rairltl weight with the voters of the country Kully recognizing tills condition, Ml tlonal Republican Chairman WV I sues a statement that g'ves !' tic' his reasons for predicting the a'cel of Hughes and Fairbanks Mr. Wilcox's statement, publish October 20th, says: "The people of the United State have made up their mlndn in favor 9l Mr. Hughes and against Mr. Wilson and that Is all there Is to It," sai.l Wll Ham R. Wilcox, chairman of the Re publican National Committee, toda "They have given positive proof of i on numerous occasions this fall, pro. that can not be denied, misunderstood or misinterpreted. In a dozen states from Maine to California, from MIc ! Igan to Maryland, whero the voter have had a chance to stand up and I" counted, they have unfailingly take advantage of the opportunity to slur, their determined preference for Mi Hughes instead of Mr. Wilson. Ther Is no exception. "This Is the thing that conn's I doesn't make any different! whV claims campaign managers gal forili It Is the way the people vote, that doe the real talking. "Here is how they have koM v M Ing. In California. 307 79 1 Bepab llcans voted In the prlmar e and on: 77,830 Democrats. In Maine, the Tl ters were cojnted at an elec t: in an Maine's answer was emphatic SO' conclusive. There were 7!' !ti2 Uepn llcans and 66,547 Democrats. Thai was after a campaign hotly BOfltMti ' on both sides, and where the Demo cratic managers made support ' President Wilson the rard'nsii laaui New Jersey and Massachuset!- show ed exactly the same situation In ea h state there was a Democratic I Mt ll with ono side supported by the I nr iatration; In each state the tdmtBtt tration candidate was defeated, and li each state the total Democratic vot' was far below that of the Rpnililiean Wilson Lores Own Borrougli "In New Jersey. Sen: tor M:irtine j seeking renomlnalion. polled M,M1 i Judge Wescott. who had the admints tration support against Marttne. poll ' ed 29 627; this was a hard fight, which attracted attention all over the coun try because of the efforts of President . Wilson's friends to defeat Martlne While this bitter contest was going on there was a good-natured campaign In the Republican primaries between Joseph Krelinghuysen and Franklin Murphy, each of whom polled more votes than both Martlne and Wescott combined. Krelinghuysen won with 89.361, to 81.480 for Murphy. The total Republican vote was 187,414; the total Democratic vote 1 19,513. In this pri mary the borough of Princeton, where ion Reward. 1100 The readera of thla paper will be pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded disease that science haa been able to cure In all Its staga, and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing lla work. Tti. proprietors have ao much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollara for any case that II fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials Address: P. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 6c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constl nation. Mr. Wilson Is exceptionally wed! known, cast 575 Republican votes and only 262 Democratic votes. Four years ago at the election. Wilson had 863 and the combined opposition 706 These figures show what a change hsr occurred in Mr Wilson's home hor ough. in Massachusetts, where the Peme ratlc fight was over the gubernat . ial nomination, the total vote wa' 81. 0S2. while in the Republican prl marlcs Gov. MrCall, unopposed, re celveil 115,242. "Hack on the Pacific Coast, the pit maries in the State of Washington showed exactly the same kind of re suit, 214.660, voting in the Republican primary and only 34,970 In the Demo cratic primary. The Democrats have been making some talk about carrying Washington. That means that they only expect about 80,000 of the Repub llcans who voted in the primaries to vote the Democratic ticket at the election There is a fair example of the quality of the Democratic claims "Wisconsin, Michigan. Illinois, Kan sas and Ohio, in the Middle West have all given the same kind of an in dication. In Kansas, for instance. lM.tll voters cast ballots In the Re publican primaries and only 47,445 in the Democratic primaries. The Dem orratlc managers have not yet had the audacity to claim Kansas, but they have talked about carrying Michigan. Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin. Hut in each of these states the voters have shown at the primaries what they would do In November. In Michigan 284.640 votes were cast In the Repub lican primaries and only 29.935 In the Democratic. In Illinois 420.959 Re publicans voted in the primaries, against 189.343 Democrats. In Wiscon sin. 83.072 Republicans voted in the primaries, against 39.501 Democrats. "New York state gave precisely the same kind of Indication, 298.097 It -pub ltcan votes being cast at the primaries and only 158,718 Democratic votes. "Of course, the primary vote Is never aa large as the vote at the elec tion. Election day Is always holi day, and the polls are p--n n'l day long. Primary day in most status Is not a holiday and the polls are usually open considerably less than the full day. The full vote, therefore, Is never polled at a primary, but there la one striking feature of all these primary votes, the meaning of which Is abso lutely unmistakable. This feature is the great preponderance of interest of the Republican side. In every case, without exception, It was the Repub lican voters who had the interest and took the trouble to go to the polls. No clearer evidence could be given of the Intention of the voters to manifest their Republican preference on No vember 7. "In none of the states outside of the solid South, where a primary election has been held this year, has the Dem ocratic vote come within hailing dis tance of the Republican vote. 5,000 Switch in Maryland. 'Down In Maryland, a similar Indi cation has been given at the registra tion, where intending voters express their party affiliations for the onsulug year. In this registration the Demo crata have lost more than 2,000 and the Republicans have gained more than 2,000, making a net change of more than 6,000, or considerably more than enough to overcome the Demo cratic majority at the last election. "The Democrats have been enter taining themselves with amusing claims about the possibility of their carrying Pennsylvania. We are just in receipt of the figures of the enroll ment In Philadelphia, which snows 242,548 voters enrolled as Repub licans and 36,679 as Democrata. "These figures are lnconteatablo. Thay show beyond possibility of ques tion how utterly preposterous baa been the rainbow chasing of Demo cratic managers. Their claims that President Wilson is going to carry half of the Northern states, Including Peuusylvanla. Michigan, Wisconsin and several more, are eutttled to any consideration. They are nothing but the vaporings of a lot of anslous politicians who do uot know where they ara at." VOMi: AKK COS TRIM TORN t'liUaao. October 29 A partial list of campaigu contributions to the Na tional Woman's Tarty, which la op poaeil lo President Wllaou, was made nubili at the headquarters of the pert ben- toduy Among the contributors v erw Mrs. U. H. I. Belmout, of Nw York, tzb.oou. Mrs Phoebe A llaarst. tl,ooo, Mrs. Wlliiaui Crocker, of Ban KraAolaoo. Il.voe; Juhu Mllhollaad. father ol laea Mllfeoilaud Uolsaavalu. ol New York, la.ooo After extensive experiments an Eng- l,ns Angeles police last year arrest. Ilshman hs perfected a steam driven ed one person for every twelve of motorcycle. population. r BajejBJkejMjBjke aJjjBpBI Washington Theater 2 NIGHTS STARTING M,,rtmk 1 Wednesday November I With Matinee Thursday at 2:30 Clune's Massive Production of HELEN HUNT JACKSON'S Historical an Roman tic Story of California and the Mission Indians RAMONA 1 The Swesteit Love Story Ever Told p; FAITH KIM. V Combined IV II It :. 1.000 BCIXU KI PHOIM ( K.l Prologue and MM PMPL1 IX III SECTIONS TW Acts 7 MO. TO MAKK Carefully Cued To a Perfect Music Score Rendered By Augmented Orchestra Made In California Allium.' the Actual Scenes of the Story THE REASON WHY KJMMI,tNM) H,000,IMN S,IHMt,000 SOO0,IMHI RK.AIIF.KS RKAOKItS ItF.ADKKS ItKAIIKKS ATI HAVE HAVE WILL ENJOYED DREAMER LIVED NOW SEE EVERY EVERY EVERY THEIR MOMENT OF MOMENT OF NOME VI' OF ItEl.OYEI) RAMON A RAMON. RAMONA RAMON A (RECAl'SE) (HECAISE) (UECAISE) (IIECACSE) f It Is the Love Story of the Ages NOTE Curtain at 8 at Night PRICES SEATS MONDAY AT Special Prices on FLOUR J. C. EVERFTT & CO.'S lira IF IKTTiTnffTTiTMTMiiTwTTMTn IN REFURNISHING THE HOME IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO MAKE THE ENTIRE OUTLAY AT ONCE. Do it systematically, adding one new article aYCf so often By adopting this plun with us where we can maintain the hunnony of design all through yon w ill In- surprised how soon and at how small a cost the home w ill lu- furnished throughout. Mcllvain, Knox & Diener Go. (Incorporated) Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 250. Night Phone 19. EM iBlMMBaMllMI Inch of the l.med Characters I n it In n 1 1 dirt rayed 2:30 For Matinee and Promptly MATINEE 15c and 25c. NIGHT 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c. CRANE & SHAFER'S AT- A BOIIKK HOT WATKB noil t K means all the hut water you want h heuever you want It. It is both a convenience and a uecessity Why not arrange to hav ua put one lu for you. Thi- added comfort derived aud tbe tliuu saved ara worth much more than Its cost. HMMUE MTWUl US StrflY CMPaNV New Oddfellew UuiUlaf, SatWa MteMt 1 rlepheae U. B. O. WOOD, Maaae. Qta UuuuUea. Btofa AMI FluaaWnc sad du fllUa. MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER 00. AUTO THICK FOR HUM OK LIGHT II I I'M NH. We specialise on large contracta Office and barn Rsst Front street Oftire Phone 22N. Home Phone 607. FARM OF 71 ACRES IN HELENA PRECIUCT For Sale This farm haa on it a two-story new frame house, and perhapa as good tobacco barn as there Is in the county. Usual outbuildings. Located on turnpike. Farm all In grass but 15 acres. Land lays well and Is In good state of cultivation. Price $90 Per Acre THOS. L. WAN & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT Farmers & Traders Bank Building Maysville, Ky. IF IT'S KOOKWOOO irS THE BEST COFFKE TBADB ABB One I'mind Packages, One Found fans. Steel Cut Sold by all First Class Orocera. E. H. VI hit. M' hit CO. Importers-Roasters 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. Any of these articles sell for 25j and can be bought at Pecor Drug Co. Phone 77. 22 W. Second St. THE MOST REFRESHING DRINKIN THE WORLD cm ATALLGROCERY STORES, CAFES AND STANDS. 5 A BOTTLE. RAILROAD TIME TABLES No. 11 departs 6:35 a. m., dally ea cept Sunday. No. : departs 1:00 p. in, daily ax cept Sunday. No. 19 departs 3:40 p. m. dally. No. 10 arrives 9:60 a. m , dally ex cept Sunday. No. 13 arrlvea 2:06 p. m. dally. No. 14 arrlvea 8:30 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 16 arrlvea 7:30 a. m . dally ex cept Sunday. No. 17 departa 7:60 a. in., dally ex cept Sun. lav Schedule effective Sundu. , May ti. aubject to change without nolle. H. 8. ELLIS. Agent Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. lohssak Mkftcl u ( astfst Schedule effective May Hath hast bound No. . 9:41 a. m. , No. , 9:66 a. m. No. 2 1:40 p. m. No. 16. 6:30 p. m. No. 16. 6:00 p n. No. 4. 10:41 p. at. wbisT bound no. 19. 6:10 a. m. No. 6. 6:16 a. a. I No. i, i aa. No. 17. 9.10 a. ua. No. I. I 60 p. av No. I 4:6 p. aa.