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THI DAILY PUBLIC LBDOIR MONDAY. NOYIMBHt t7, 1910.
r That Made th
m Best Biscui ts!
CLOTHES OF
cut from woolens of the best quality and tailored to fit
your form. Better let us take your correct measure today.
The cost Is reasonable.
C. F. McNAMARA
"Maker of Clothes That Repeat"
6 DWf! KKOXT HTKEKT. l'HOJIE ?
rj Cleaning Work Called For and Dfllyercd.
State of Onto. City of Toledo
I"
I. liens County
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha
is genlor partner of tho firm of P. J.
Cheney - Co., doing hualnesa In tha
City of Toledo, County and State aforo
tiald. and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured h ihe use of
HALL'S CATARRH Cl'RE.
FRANK .t CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this Oth day of De
cember A. D 1KS6
(Seal) A W OLEASON,
Notary Public.
U.ll .1. I. IoIta,. lntA1.
, : ? ; 'Kl
and mucous surfaces of the system. I
Send for testimonials, free.
F J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O
nuiu u mii in ukfibib, iui;
Take Hall's Family Pills for onsti-,
pation
Correspondence
Spring-dale
W. R. Girvin of H iwinsport , Ohio,
visited friends hore Friday.
Farmers are taking advantage of the
colder weather and are proceeding to
do their early butchering.
Many from here attended the Corn
and Tobacco Fair Friday and Saturday !
Mrs. G. W. Hook, Mrs. John Otto re- for a 500 horse-power aeroplane en
turned Saturday from a delightful glne. The largest now available in the
week spent in Falmouth. Ky.. with her market Is about 200 horse-power. He
sister, Mrs. Matilda llotze Frost and also expressed the opinion that Amorl
sons. These young men who conduct can fleet submarines would make at
a successful apairy have harvested this l ast 20 knots an hour, engine difflcul
year over 8,000 pounds of honey. Mrs ties now appearing to have been over
Ottis's sons in Alberta, Canada, write come.
her of a bumper crop of wheat and Mare Island Navy Yard (CM.) today
other grain there. They have refused was awarded contracts for two de
ll. 70 per bushel for their wheat as It is stroyers of the twenty authorized by
still going op in price and is of fine Congress. The destroyers will be de
quallty. llvered within twenty months.
The Modern
Breakfast Cup
is served to all the family.
no denying the children for fear of harming
them.
no hesitation on the housewife's part lest it
make her nervous.
no doubt about the wisdom of a second cup
for the husband for fear of disturbing his di
gestion. This snappy flavored table drink, so popu
lar nowadays, is
Instant Postum
Well worth trying by those who value
health-" 7 he re's a HeavMi."
Good Thanksgiv
ing Dressing
applies to you as well as to turkey. If yon
expert to feel thankful on November Hth,
our skilled tailors can make you look like
It by supplying you with
THE LATEST FASHION
IflIK NATAL APPROPRIATION RILI.
I AKRYINU NF.AKLY 4l0,MQ,noi
MAT HE FIRST CP IN
HOI SK
Washington, November 24 The 1918
naval appropriation bill probably will
be one of the first great supply bills
ready for consideration in the House
when Congress convenes next month,
despite the fact that It will carry a
total of nearly $400,000,000.
Rapid progress was made today by
the House Naval Subcommittee dolus
preliminary work on the measure.
lUl. Admiral Griffin. Chief Engineer;
Surgeon General Braised and Captain
Magruder, in charge of the naval
d,vta,oni completed foundations
o' estimates
in the bill relating to
their bureaus.
' Final figures for new ships await I
decision as to the size of the three
battle ships to be included In the pro
gram. Estimates of cost can not be
completed until it Is determined
whether they are to be 32,000, 38,00(1
or 40,000 tons displacement,
j Admiral Griffin told tho committee
I that American aeorplane and sub
I marine construction were rapidly de
veloping satisfactory engines. He saw
no reason why the performance of
I European craft of both types could not
,brf equaled. His own bureau, the Ad-
miral Baid had about completed plans
EARLY DECISION
IS UP TO COURT
Preliminary Obstacle to Appeal on
Kljrht-Honr I-aw Are He nun ed
Airrccnient Reached Case lie
elded by Jnda-e Hook to He
Taken to Hlahesl
Tribunal.
Kansas City. Mo., November 24 All
preliminary obstacles to a decision by
the Supreme Court of the UaltKl
States on the Adamson law were
wiped out today. The only possible
hitch in the proceedings now lies In
the question whether the highest eourr
will advance the case and can render
a decision by January 1, when the law
is scheduled to go Into effect
The case of the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe and of other railroads which
applies to Judge John C. Pollack, in
the United States District Court at
Kansas City, Kan., were, by agree
ment of counsel for the government
and roalrlods, postponed until after
a decision by the Supreme Court.
An announcement was made by
Franic Hagerman, special assistant to
the Attorney General, and Walker I). lto itrarfBtM up. Colds always set
Hlnes, chairman of the committee Of '(Ml on my kidneys. 1 used Doan's Kld
ponoments would be requested In all Ilpy ,.ms nml tney stopped the trouble
courts of the country where injunction am, my. Sidneys became strong."
suits have been filed. i Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
The case which goes to the upper gmpj aBK. for a kidney remedy get
trlbunal is that of the Missouri, Okla
homa and Gulf railroad, hurriedly
heard hore Wednesday by Judge Wi'
llam C. Hook, who held that the law
was unconstitutional.
An appeal was immediately taken
States Right Again
Washington. November 24--A Ma
turn to the argument that Italci
rights would be invaded if the Keder
al government had sole power to re"
ulate and control Interstate carriers
was given today before the Joint Con
gressional Committee invesigatirr
transportation probuems, by A. P
Thorn, counsel for the railway execu
tive's advisory committee.
Mr. Thorn declared that the rest
ing of such exclusive power In the
h.ands of a Federal regultMinv body
instead of invading the rights of Hl
States would protect them, lie baaed
his conclusion on many Instance In
which the effect of actions l.v Stat
Railway Commissions has been Been
to interfere with commerce in neigh
boring States.
Emphasis was laid upon the situa
tion which has followed the recent In
terstate Commerce Commission order
for a realignment of rates throughout
the Southeast under the long and
short haul (ilauso of the railroad rate
law. The effectiveness of the orders
has been suspended. Mr. Thorn Mid
while the Georgia Stute Railroad Con
mission has for six, months examined
them, and the benefits the commission
expected to extend to that entire sec
tion of the country have been held in
obeyance. He spoke also of ii I
Shrew-port, Ixnislmia, rate ease ae
one of the decided by the Interstate
Commerce Commission tinolviti' I
clash botw i the F -d''ial Commissi on
and the Texas Slate CoRUBlaaton over
interstate and intrastate rate.
Mr. Thom said the frames of the
constitution gave the right to regu
late commerce among the States to
Congress because the history of the
colonies showed that unwise, unfair
and even dangerous methods resulted
from attempts to encourage the com
merce ot Individual colonies at the
expense of neighbors.
Speaking of the difficulties of financ
ing the railroads, Mr. Thoni dwelt
upon how difficult It may be for a
carrier to get mony even when the
markets are favorable if it i neces
sary to have security Issues passed
upon by one or more State commis
sion.
II IMA MTV APPEALS AO A IN' NT IM
PORTATION
Washington, November 24 Another
appeal from the Kclglan government
for American influence against the
deportation of Belgians to work In
(iei many was handed to the State De
partment today by Minister llavenith
It wa In the form of an Instruction to
(lie minister declaring the situation
was becoming more terrible every da v.
.mil directing htm to beg the Secretary
of State to "urge the German govern
ment to consider the consequences of
the crime against humanity committed
In their nAues."
Charge Qrew, of the American em
bassy at Berlin, already Is making In
formal representations st the foreign
.id. . In behalf of the llelglou. It
e.au not be learned that the State De
partment ha yet decided um a line
i .i, mm In the event that the German
reply In unfavorable
The Shamrock was adopted a Ho
uatloual eiublsni of lrsland because
St I'strlok sslMltHl It iu order to ei
plaln to th Irish the doctrine of th
Trinity.
grown
VHK VOI R KIDNEYS HICK!
Uin- Mnyoillle People Have Kept
Well Hy Keeping Their Kidney
Well.
I The first symptom of kidney trou
jblc may he only a slight pain In the
jbaek, a feeling of stiffness or soreness
In the loins, or some annoying Irregu
larity of the urinnry passages. Urine
It often discolored and perhaps sedl
maftt -atliei upon standing. Next
may come a dull, throbbing bachache,
sharp, knife like pains, headaches, diz
ziness and In ninny cases, lameness
when arising In the morning. No one
an afford to delay until these trou
bles become serious. Begin using
Doan's Kidney Pills, the tried and
tested kidney remedy that has won the
praise of thousands. Maysvllle read
ers should find convincing proof of
merit in the following statement. It's
from a resident of this locality.
A. Sorrles, locksmith, Aberdeen, O.
says: "The action of my kidneys was
irregular and the kidney secretions
contained sediment. I had backache
and Alien stopping. It was hard for me
Loan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Sorrles had. Koster-MUburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
You save money on
rubber footwear with
the RED BALL
You "vive because you Ret more
cuinfort and more nc'--l days
of wear rtid service liiau from
:mit other tOOUWWf you err. buy.
Rubber iioots, arc. - kntl b ots
"Rall-Ra- d ' quality hi always
the kifhMt That b wruy we
recommc.tl It and sell it Get
the kind with the Red Ml
You'll fin.! ;t on all
uaii-oanu -icvl-,.
t tSiXtZ m L . ,.i .
J. J. DUNCAN
MAVSI.lt K, KY.
-MASTER
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
MASON ( I ltd 'IT COl'RT
Henrietta Martin 1'lalntltt ;
v. Judgment and Order of Sale
Catherine Glonn, etc Defendants
in obedience to a Judgment and Or
der of Sale in the above-styled action, 1
will, as Master Commissioner, on
Till RSIIAV, NOVEMBER M. 191(1,
At 11 o'clock a. m., proceed, at the
Court House door, iu Maysvllle, Ken
tucky, to sell, at public outcry, and to
the highest and boat bidder, so much
of the hereinafter described real M
ate as will be necessary to satisfy the
Judgment Debt of the above-named
plaintiff, amounting to $1,000, together
with interest thereon at the rate of 6'7,
per annum from May 14th, 1910, and
al! the cost of this action.
Said real estate is bounded and de
scribed as follow:
That certain brick house and lot
situated on the North side of Second
Street, between Wall Street sua vlnel
Alley, and bounded on the Kast by the
house and lot owned by James Cullen,
on the Woat by the house and lot own
ed by S. I.. Schatzniann, on the South
by Second Street and on the North by 1
an alley, and Is the same property
conveyed to the late ICdward Glenn by
Percy L Manneu by deed recorded In
IV B. 2, page 178. Mason County Court
Clerk's Office.
r Ell. MS or SALE- Said sate will
be made upon a credit of sis )
months Tho purchaser will be re
quired to execute a Bond for the pur
chase price, Willi approved personal
ecurlty, pa) able to me as Master
Commissioner, uud i.e. urn. ti' . Inter
est tliereou from the day of sale. Said
Bond villi have the force and effect of
a Replevin Bond, with a lieu retained
therein upon the property sold. Iu or
der to secure the payuient of the pur
chase price.
A. U. SULSKR.
Master ( ommlsalonsr
A. O. COUC sud I'liAfl. L. DALY.
NU-at-lTT-l Attorneys
In Cuba tobacco Is planted,
nnd Rnthered In ninety days.
Pj:- ) -isSS i vewACE fiouris stout figures
HIN MAN HAS ItH. mil IN RAN-
(Danville Advocate)
A freak b'et between Grocerymnn
Charles I'. Cecil, Jr . of Danville, and
Mr. Watson V. Jndy, ol l'ml., repre
sentative ol the Armour l ac kin.; OMR
pany, made over the result of the r--cent
election, caused more genuine
merriment thnn has been witnessed In
this city In the past severnl months
Mr. Cecil took the Hughes end of the
hotting, while Mr
cause of Wilson.
Judy espoused the;
The loser was to I
BE THANKFUL!
for Traxel's Cream. It will add the finishing touch to the Tbanksgiv-
lug dinner. Order now from thin complete line:
BRICK (.1 flavors Ha (Jnarf
SCI. IAN A I'l hlil M. tin,- (juart
TCTTI KRCTI 0r Quart
Pit AN CREAM fttlc Quart
VANIM.A CREAM 40c Quart
BISQCE ( BEAM 40e Quart
CHOCOLATE CREAM 40c Quart
CARAMEL CREAM 40e Quart
PINEAPPLE ICE 40c Quart
OBAN'OE ICE 40c Quart
FROZEN" TCRKEV fc; ,,,.
Order a pound of our homo- made MINTS to go with your Thanks- I
giving dinner. I'rlce 30c pound.
Fruit Cakes, Traxel Quality, 40c Pound I
TRAXEL'S !
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
B
W.B.Nuform Corsets
give Style, Comfort and perfectly
fitting Gown. Long wearing, they
assure the utmost in a corset at
most Economical Price. $3.00
to $1.00.
WEINGARTEN BROS., Inc.
Special Prices on
FLOUR
J. C. EVERETT & CO.'S
IN RSFURNISHINQ THE HOME IT IS NOT NECESSARY
TO MAKE THE ENTIRE OUTLAY AT ONOEi
Do it bysU'iiiHticully, MM MMI article ever so often
liy ailoj tin? tliis plan with IM wlieiv wo MM maiiituin Ihe
harmony of design all tlirouuli you will M) surprised how soon
ami at how small cost the home w ill lc I'm nislied throughout
Mcllvain, Knox & Diener Go.
(Incorporated)
Furniture mod Undertaking Day Phono 260. Night Phone 19.
push the other from the postofliee
down through Main street to Second
street in wheellsirrow, so Mr. Judy
had the ride, amid the greatest ex
citement and the applause of a perfect
multitude of excited on-looker. The
hole affair was enjoyed hy all nnd a
r.tneral good feeling prevaded the be
tors as well ns the spectators. It real
ly caused more excitement than has
been seen In Danville In many months
MM
Mr. Judy Is well-known In Mavsville.
making a weekly trip to this city In
the Interest of his firm.
W.B. Reduso Corsets
make large hips disappear; bulky
waist-lines more graceful ; awk
ward bust-lines smaller and
neater, and have the "old corset"
comfort with the fir4 fitting.
$5.00 and $3.00.
New York, Chicago, San Francisco
AT-
Sua
COAL! COAL!
We have a car of West Virginia
onl that we nro going to sell for
25c PER BUSHEL FOR CASH
.cnil us your order. It will not
lust long,
ATLAS COAL CO.
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 8HAMP0O.
Any of these articles sell for 25o
and can he bought at
Pecor Drug Co.
Phone 77.
22 W. Second St.
IP IT'S HO0KW0OI)
ITS THE BEST COFFEI
I It VI) k
One I'm, ml I'nrknires, One round Cans,
Steel Cut
Sold by all First Clasg Grocers.
E. It. WIBSTKA CO.
Importers-Roasters
THE MOST
REFRESHING
DRINKIN THE WORLD
cm
AT ALL GROCERY STORES,
CAFES AND STANDS.
5 A BOTTLE.
FOR SALE
Two Nice Homes
in East End
We have for nulo the two residences
Ol the late .Miles A. Walliugford sltu
taj in the Kant Bad, 7-room house
(new) on Bficosa) strict on large lot
modern and np' to date and desirable
trona svary standpoint.
House of 'i rooms on Cottage street
with two lots, good stable and all ne
cessary out buildings. Iloth pieces of
tlila property is priced with the full
determination of making a quick sale.
ad ii you are looking for a home you
will investigate these places.
THOS. L. EWAN & CO.
REAL ESTATE
AND
LOAN AGENT
Farmers & Traders Bank Building
MaysvUla. Ky.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
No. U departs 5:35 a. ui , dally ex
cept Sunday.
No. y depurts 1:00 p. m., dally ex
it pt Sunday.
No. 1!) departs 3:40 p. m. dally.
No. 10 arrives 9:60 a. in., dally ez-
ctpt Sunday.
No. 18 arrives 2 :05 p. m. dally.
No. 14 arrives k:30 p. in., dally sl
eep! Sunday.
No. 16 arrives 7:30 u in., dally ex-
cpt Sunday.
No. 17 departs 7 :50 a. in . dally es-
ccpt Sunday.
Schedule effective Sunday, May 28,
subject to chant.- without notice.
11. s. Ki.l.is. Aaeot.
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.
f CSWluK MlbltCt tu CHIIK IttwMII MUM
Schedule offectlvo May 28th.
KAST ltOl'ND
No. 8. 9:41 a. m.
No. 6, 9:65 a. It
No. 2. 1:40 ni
No. 1. 5.30 p. ui.
No. 18, S:00 p. ni.
No. 4. 10:41 p. ni
west bound-
no. 1, 6 :30 a. in.
No. . i.i s. ui.
No. 1. 9:1s a. m.
No. 17, 9.10 a. a
No. S, 1:30 p. Ok
No. T, 4 It p. m.
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