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The money made Will
help us buy
NEW UNIFORMS
and look sweet.
HORSESHOE BOYS BAND
light trip cn Wis elfiiant
& Steinfdr Hoiitar Smith
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weonesoay, April zoin
At 7:30 P. M.
Round Trip Only 50c
Good music and Dancing
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New York. Whether Greenwich
Village, that seml-mystlcal region
(round Washington Sguaro. it to stand
F forth and insist upon beiug considered
respectable" U a conventional, sub
stantially coiiiiiiircliil souse of the
ierm, or 'Ahcthcr It U to romuln tinged
with Ilohenilanin mof art, tempera
ment, and Instability is being fought
out rlht there upon the local field pf
battle. I ptownera have scorned or
adorned thirt district of meandering
ktrcetH, studiog-iniide-out-of barns, and
boblied halrcd maidens, and have dls
puted ltn Morth union themselves and
with die "Vlllaiiors." Uut now the dis
pute If racing between the Villagers
thcnmclves. First there came the
Greenwich Village Chamber Com
merce, with announced intention of
"making' better busineHB and raising
the commercial standard of the Vil
lage" and of niaklnq uptownerj realise
that the wild stories of New York's
1-atin Qtiartlcr wcer fUments o ftha
luiajilnutlnn They even Invited Fifth
avenue business men ilow nto address
ihelr meetings. The 100 per cent Vil
lagers revolted. Led by Harvey P.
vaughr. litterateur, they fornifd a sec
ond organization ,the Greenwich Vil
lage Poardi of Trade, "to protect us
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Back to tlfc good old days.
Pre-War Prices Prevailing on
Wall Paper
1 PAINTS, Varnishes, GLASS
'RYDER PAINT STORE
J.. F FANSLER, Proprietor.
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40 CENTS BUYS 9-4
43 CENTS BUYS 9-4
50 CENTS BUYS UNION SUITS for LADIES, regular 75 cent Kinds. q
75 CENTS BUYS PINK CREPE BLOOMERS. Jf
$1.25 BUYS PINK CREPE GOWNS, never before so cheap. W
$2.50 BUYS PUMPS AND OXPORDS with French Heels, worth up to $10.00 pair. O
WE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST LINE OP NEO KWEAR IN TOWN. Q
$3.98 BUYS LOVELY ROMAN SCARFS, the regular $6.00 kind. JZ
We are offering the best $200 Silk Hose in town, new Shades and Black. W
$7.50 BUYS CHOICE OF 20 DRESSES, half price. O
$7.50 BUYS choice of a lot of SPRING COATS and OA PES, worth up to $12.50. Q
THE MILLINERY Wonderful prices, see the manys filled with Newest Novelties at n
Styles.
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fro mthe machinations of the over-respectable
and commercialized cham
ber of commerce and to make the Vil
lage more Interesting;."
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It was without any tears at all that
we saw 68 men and women sail out of
Vew York Harbor the other day on
their way to loin "Big Bill" Haywood
In Russia and become miners In one of
the soviet mining enterprises In the
''nil Mountains. It was said aboard
ship that the trusting travelers had
riven over all their possessions to the
Soviet Central sovcniment and kept
only 15 each for Incidentals on the
long Journey to Big Bill. There were
( i men and four energetic women.
VORTY 1RIEJS HOJiOBARY
PALLREIRERS FOR MILLER.
Owensboro. Hundreds of friends
:ind business associates attended the
.'uneral of Elmer Miller who died In
tiilsvllle following an operation. For
ty friends and business associates
acted as honorary pallbearers. Mr.
Miller was the largest stockholder of
i he Owensboro Banking Company,
Lead of the City Transfer Company.
:!u MlllerContract Company. He was
i 7 years of age.
PHONE No. 185
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DROWN SHEETING.
BLEACHED SHEETING. Years
Suit & Dry
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.(Incorporated)
MANAGED BY MR, L SOZFUOA.
24 West Second Street
Pipe,
WILD OJiIOXS CAUSIXG '
TROUBLE FOB DAIRYMEN.
Lexington, Ky. Wild onions again
are causlngf many Kentucky walry-
men trouble inthe form o ftalnted
milk, according to Inquiries being re
ceived at the College of Agriculture.
The only known way to handle the
problem Is to take cows out of the
pastures Infested with the weed sever
al hours before milking time, J. J.
llooper, head of the college dfclry de
partment says.
'"We have found that much of the
trouble can be eliminated by turning
the cows into tho infested pastures Im
mediately after they have been milked
and then taking them out in three or
four hours and placing them In a barn
lot or clean pasture until they are
milked. It is well also to pour the milk
over a cooler as this helps to get rid
of some o fthe onion odor and flavor."
A MERCILESS JUDGE
One Who Shows Sa Favor.
A mericlesa Judge Is Father Time.
Before him the weak and the wanting
go to the wall. Only the truth can
stand. For years the following state
ment from Maysvllle resident has
withstood this sternest of all tests.
Mrs. M. Holllday, 221 Eaat Second
street, Maysvllle, says: "I have been
greatly benefited by Doan's Kidney
Pills and I have reason to recommend
them. At times my back has become
lame and ached Just over my kidneys,
My kidneys were Irregular In action
and I was dizzy. When ever I have
UBed Doan'a Kidney Pills I always get
relief from these complaints. I cer
tainly think them a good reliable rem
edy. I always get Doan's at wood &
Son's Drue Store."
The above statement was given No
vember 16, 1916, and on November 22,
1920, Mrs. Holllday said: "l am gtaa
to say my kidneys have given me no
trouble alnce using Doan's Kidney
Pills four years ago. My general
health haa been good. I gladly renew
the statement I gave recommending
Doan's at that time."
Price 60 cents, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Holllday had. Foster-Mtlburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
Public Utility
Preferred Stocks
Public utility securities de
servedly take high rank In the
Investment field. Preferred
stocks of good companies espe
cially affording many advan
tages of investment Interest to
a discriminating purchaser.
We call attention to a Public
Utility Preferred stock which
has back of It large equities,
progressively Increasing earning
power and has paid regular cash
dividends since original Issue.
Requirements for payment of
these dividends earned more
than fifteen times In 1921.
Ask for Circular X 14.
Henry L. Doherty & Co.
306 Mercantile Library Bids.
Cincinnati, Ohle.
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Pastime Today
Afternoon at 2,
Children Under 14 will be admitted
for 25c today.
Admission 45c, War Tax 5c
DOST INFECT MOSl'ITOES.
Commenting on printed reports on
mosquito control in such diverse coun
tries as Spain and the Dutch East In
:lie9 ,the V. S. Public Health Service
calls attention to the fact that the gov
eminent authorities who are trying to
free a certain region in Spain of ma'
laria refuse to allow sufferers from
(hat disease to remain in the region
ever night lest they Infect the malarlt
hearing mosquitoes, which feed only
at night. Fe wwhlte people live in the
region; and most of the sufferers.
come from considerable distances and
s-eem to have contracted malaria while
working there in previous ears Their
blood is eamined and they ar j provid
ed with sufficient quinine to last them
for two weeks and are told to so home
at once and to report hack at the end
o fthat period for another two weeks
supply. ' .
The theory is of course, that I fmos-
(ultoes cannot find a malaria pattern
to bite they cannot acquire malnrla
serms an dtherefore cannot pass them
on to well persons. In other words, if
men do not Infect mosquitoes, mosqui
toes will not Infect men.
Incidentally, the Service notes that
the American minnows, Gambusia af-
iinis, are being Impored Into Spain
and Italy to heb in mosquito eradica
tion. HOMESICK FOIt SOrTH, LAP
FLEES BENEFACTOR'S HOME.
. Louisville. With the coning of
:ipring wanderlust yot the best of John
llogan, 13, who had been taken Into
ihe home of Dr. E. G. Garr, of La
grange, when his mother was rent to
prison several years ago. The boy dis
appeared from the home o fhls bene
factor hut was picked tip by police at
.he Union Station, where he had pur
chased a ticket to Montgomery, Ala.
The boy aald he had gotten homesick
and wished to return to Lethohapchle,
Ala. He was held until the arrival of
Dr. Garr.
CAR REARING THItVES
BREAKS INTO BANK.
Louisville. A Hudson car stolen
from Donald McDonald, Jr., crashed
into the window of the German Secur
ity bank, at Preston and Market
streets after colliding with a car driv
en by Ed Asher. The driver ind pas
sengers of the HudBon car abandoned
it and fled from the crene of the crash
oefore the arrival of police who towed
the car into the station.
I'l'RCHASERS OPEN MINES
OF OLD COAL COMPANY'.
WhiteBburgJ At Lott s creek the
organization o fthe new Duano Coal
'ompany Is the result of the purchase
f the old plant of the Dunne Coal
t omnany by A 8. Petry and others of
i lazard The ne company has a capi
tal of $50,000, urd It Is stated that a
number of additions are to be made in
'ho plant Resumption o fthe mines
!ave been announced.
U'.ltCEK STORE IS SOLD
j AT BANKRUPT AI CTION.
i Harrodsburg. At tho bankrupt
( .-ale of Wheeler and Carey, at Cornish.
' vllle, the Uouhlo tsoreroom and stock
wpre purchased by L. C. Jenkins, ol
l.uwrencoburg, who also bought the
truck and the pottage or W. H. Wheel
t. The touring car of W. H. Whoelor
wan purchased by T. O, Tayne at $390.
It iy In Mawllla. It pa
CEMENT
Evening at 7:30
HcCREARY BEAN ACREAGE TO
BEtlNCKEASED 300 PER CENT.
Whitley City, Ky. Following the
good results obtained by farmers In
this section o fthe State in growing
soybeans, the acreage of this crop is
expected to be increased at least three
hundred per pent In McCreary county
i his year,' County Agent W. B. Wood
ward says. Only 30 acres of beans
were grown In the county last year,
according to Mr. Woodward. Already
this year 53 bushels of certified seed
have been .purchased by farmers In
tho county, he added.
I.EGUJIES GAIN FATOR
AMONG LARUE FARMERS.
Hodgensville, Ky. Legume crops
are coming to occupy a more impor
tant place In th9 crop rotations of La-
AILING WOMEN
OF MIDDLE AGE
Mrs. Linton Tells How Helpful
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is at This Period
Denver. Colorado. "I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
poundiorsevenyears
and I cannot tell you
the good it has done
me. It is good for
young and old and I
always keep a bottle
of it in the house,
for I am at that time
of life when it calls
for Lydia E. Pink
ham's help. My hus
band saw your ad. in
tne papers ana said
'You nave taken
everything you can think of, now I want
you to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound! ' So I let him get it,
and I soon felt better and he told me 'I
want you to take about six bottles.' So
I did and I keep house and do ail my
own work and work out by the day and
feel fine now. I tell every one about
the Vegetable Compound, for so many
of my friends thought I would not get
well. ''-Mrs. R. J. Linton, 1850 West
83d Avenue, Denver, Colorado.
After reading letters like the above,
and we are constantly publishing them,
why should any woman hesitate to take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound if she is in need of help? It brings
relief whore otlior medicines fail.
if You Want a
At a
Great Bargain
See
Lee Williams
The Home Builder
and Seller
ff.o4 ast Tfclrs gtnmt. Hlxtk Warl
and.
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PLASTER.
rue county farmers, County Agen J.
'.V. Jones says. In one community
more than 208 acres of sweet clover
already have been seeded and plana
are under way for seeding 30 acres of
alfalfa. The community also will have
more than 75 acres of soybeans and
cowpeas for hay tills summer, Mr.
Jones added.
JAMES 8. BROWN TO BE
BURIED AT SltELBITILLE.
Shelbyville. James S. Brown,
.who moved from this county to Knox-
vllle, in September, 1920 .died there tit
the home of his sou, T. J. R. Brown
He was born in Owen county and was
t4 years old. He is survived by five
children, O. P. Brown, of this county;
S. H. Drown, of Oklahoma City; Mrs
Pelecia Hurlbert. of Brownwood, Te
as; T. J. R. Brown, of Knoxvllle, and
Mrs. A. M. Vallandlngham, of Wheat
iey, Owen county. The body will be
brought here.
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Don't Forget
PEMiM If!
SPELLS
Perm's is packed air-tight in the
patented new container the quality
i is sealed in.
Penn's is always fresh.
II Buy Penn's Uie' next time. Clean
fresh sweet.
AIR-TIGHT ' 1 .
MADE IN MAYS VILLE
Afer visiting our groceries and inspecting the Bread sent in
from our Sister City I am more convinced than ever that MILTONIA
BREAD is the very best for the housewife to buy, if she wauts to
serve her family the kind of Bread that Mother Makes. Be sure to
ask your grocer for MILTONIA Eating is believing.
Headquarters for all kinds of Home Made Cooking. Please
'phone your order. If your 'phone is near you, it's near us. Our
famous rolls are always ready for you. COME TO SEE US.
Russell $ Russell Bakery
. MARKET STREET.
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O It is no longer necessary to experience a long delay when or- Q
O tiering WINDOW and FOECH AWNINGS and SHADES. If O
O you live in the city just 'phone and your awning will be hung O
O the same day. They are made of heavy duck in either white O
O or tan with green stripes. . O
Cloth and fixtures are fully guaranteed for TWO years O
against wear, f ading and rust. The cost is much less than that J
QOf custom Ti'nde Awnings and it includes hanging, q
R. 6. KNOX & CO. i
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April 20. Resolution of
Senate and House of Represn
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M'ATTERSON MEMORIAL BOARD
CALLED TO MEET APRIL 28.
Frankfort, Ky., April 19. Gov.
2d win P. Morrow today called a meet
ing of the Henry Watterson memorial
commissiLn for April 28 at the Seol
bach hotel in Louisville. Before fixing
the date for the meeting Governor
Morrow conferred with Edward Flex
ner of Louisville. The meeting is
called for the purpose of organizing
and making plans for raising funs for
the Watterson memorial.
Buy In Maysvllle. It nav
to Patronize
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