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MAYSVILLE. Kl.. SATUEDAY. AUGUST 3. 1012
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Don't bother aboat wlnt,4jTura Jem says.
M girls. Go ahead andjyifff a good time. Tney'll
talkaboot you. ajwfoy.
MajljKtfman who successfully courts a widow
flOtla that, he's being tried for bis life.
Knowing just when the eyes should bo
closed ia a troe sign manual of a wlas teacher.
A New York broker reported to the police
te. that bia wlfo's gold cigarette caae had been
ft atolon. Probably aha left it on the wash
Itatand with her rings.
' "Void If Detached."
"Old chap, Your Vacation Must llava
Agreed With Yon; You're Looking Fine."
"Geo! Thia la the First Timo I've Had a
Fiddle In Uy Uanda For Sixteen Yoarel'
''Reginald, I Foel to Sorry for These
People Who Are Seasick. Don't You?"
"Desirable Lota in Thia Subdivision Sold on
"Try Our Corned Hash; Yoa'i! like It."
- "By George, It wos a Wbalel It Broke
the Hook and Got Away.
CENT AND A HALF FARE
On All Ohio Railroads is What At
torney General Promises
A cent and a half railroad fare in Ohio
Tbia la the proposition to which Attorney Gen
eral Ilogaa has boot his energies, and accord
log to bia atalemei t it Ia a nrar possibility.
"The tfTort of the Pennsylvania and uiher
railroads to break down our two cent faro law
by refusing to ran excursions la going to have
the opposite resole from what they expected,"
aid Hogan. "It la my deliberate judgment
7 that the day of tbo cent and a half fare in
ia npf ar off."
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It Burns Oil
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It concentraiet the heat when you wont it
and where you want it. It is Matildas gas,
Readier ana handier uW'coal, cheaper than
Tho New Perfection Siot hu Ions, enameled.
turquone blue chimncyi. It U huidtomelr hnuhed
la nickel, nth cbine top, drop tiwhet, towel
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ue Grass Fair
6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing
fonday9 August 12th
AMERICA'S GREATEST HORSE SHOW
fiddle Horse Stakes
(es Band of America
Sensational Fixe Acts Daily.
The Greater Parker Shows.
Jig Floral Parade the First Day.
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This Afternoon Tonight
THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE
Too rerl. (Mllauo )
BUILDING A CHURCH IN A DAY
THE FOREIGN INVASION
The voter now needs to be
Civil War veterans aro dying at the rate of
40,000 b yean
The high coat of our politics la the moat
conspicuous exhibit in that line thia year.
Emery Pdgiogton has been appointed master
and pilot of the now Government boat Guyan
dot. A Now Orleans school board bus adopted a
rale forbidding a pretty teacher to kiss her
pupils. The germ of chilvary is dead.
Margaret College will remain at Versailles.
J. U. Qaggio and J. N. Camden gave $5,000
each and Versailles business men raised $2,
000 more. Winchester had offered $10,000
ror the school.
BIG DOCTORS BILL
Man With Sore Foot Spends
$700.00 on Thorn A True
YouubdJ for by Leveogood &. Strlckler, dreg
glTla uf Ijjtrobf, l'a.
Horn N one of iho greatest testimonials I
lisv.1 vit heurd.
l)dury (JuKillia from Atlantic No. 2, a coal
plant near burn bought two packages of EZO,
and in about three ur four weeks he came in
and told me that bo wauted to bave it adver
tised, and eald I am willing to pay all charges,
because I want iba people to know how good
it U. He told me that for seven years he
hadn't stood on bia feet, he spent $700 for
doctor bills, and he only used one package of
EZO, and can run and jnmp like a tboy. Be
was all smiles about EZO." J. Jas. Wood &
Son sell EZO, a reGned ointment for sore,
aching, weary feet for 25c a jar.
aa for anv other meal at anv I
latest thing in stoves the beat
IWWIi II II II I LjjlTin 'I Ii'IIiHM
Oil CeoR-st v&
th New Prffeciioa Start.
nor son. uwiuwiMi
5 cccii to cover nuilmg coU.
$25,000 in Premiums
Splendid Display of Every Class
of Live Stock
on allRoads. ,-
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WA8HINQTON 18 SOON TO HAVE
80ME NOTABLE EDIFICES.
Only Building In Capital Worthy of
Mention Are Thoco Erected During
the Decado Before and tho Decade
After tho Revolution.
Although, it la more than ordina
rily endowed with splendid buildings
indicative or tho
of an ascendant
ton has not among
its public edifices
very many notu
blo examples o'
ture. There are of
of course numer
ous chapels and
churches In Wash
tngton. In fact, a man may stand In
any quarter of the city nnd see from
a street corner two or three worship
Ing plocos, but few of them are sttuc
tureB of Imposing appearance.
Many capitals of tho world nro Just
ly famed for their churchcB and for
little else, so unless there 1b an uplift
In this direction Washington will have
to depend on its other glories for die
Unction. This deficiency, however, 1b
keenly felt, and oven now there Is a
movement afoot among all sects to
beautify Washington churches.
Tho only churches In Washington
at present worthy of mention are
thoso built during tho decado before
and tho decade after tho Revolution.
Probably the most exquisite survival
of these earlier periods of church
building 1b old St. John's Episcopal
Church, which, stands just across La
fayette square from tho White House
This Is, indeed, a remarkable quarter
from an architectural' point of view.
The historic Bquoro is lined with nota
ble structures, among them the Com
modore Decatur house, tho John Hay
house and tho Arlington Hotel. Old
St. John's Itself 1b classic In typo nnd
follows closely tho dictates of Inlgo
Jones. Its graceful portico, of tho Ro
man dorlc order, faces Sixteenth
Btrcet, while its length extends along
tho square. Its belfry Is tho moBt typ
ical feature about the edifice, Its clas
sic lines, pyramided to a spire, calling
to mind tho best of London steeples.
Thero aro other churches in Wash
ington belonging to tho samo period,
but smaller and less noteworthy. One
of CO years later, however, 1b worthy
mentioning, in that it is a remarkable
example of church architecture, al
though built during a period of de
pression. It is the Cathedral of St.
Dominic, a Catholio church in South
west Washington, a little frequented
section of tho city. This church Is tho
moBt prfect Gothic building In the
city, and while not as ornato as Con
tinental Gothic cathedrals, It is of a
high plane of excellence. It Is not
among tho churches shown to sight
seers who come to Washington, how
ever, and Is seldom seen save b
thoEe w ho frequent It.
Another of tho churches built In the
"black walnut" period Is Grace Church
In Georgetown, which is contiguous to
Washington nnd now a part of It
Graco Church la of red brick and
gothlc. Its chief merit lies in u re
marktible belfry, although the entire
structure is unusually graceful.
Two notable churches, however, are
now being erected by the advocates of
better church architecture In Wash
Ington Tho ono which Is to stand nt
tho head of Washington's list of ec
clesiastical edifices is tho Cathedral of
S3. Peter and Paul, at Mount St. Al
ban, which overlooks the entire city.
This cathedral, which is Just rising
abovo its foundations, will bo of the
most elaborate gothlc design. It will
resemble York Minster, an Old World
church of fnmo, pointing two towers
high above a maze of flying buttressos
and carved Images of saints. The
chapel of tho Holy Nativity, a part of
tho cathedral, has already been dedi
cated, but tho main cathedral will be
nearly as long in building as tho Ca
thedral of St. John the Dlvlno In Now
Anothor notable Washington church
now under construction is tho First
Church of Christ, Scientist, nearlng
completion, on Columbia Heights, a
fashlonablo residence section of the
city. This church is classic In design
nnd IbJjuIU on the lines of tho Pan
theon. It will bo the most imposing
church of its typo In Washington.
Equally as flno will bo the Temple of
tho Scottish Rite, but that structure
will not bo completed for months nnd
probably years to como.
This general movement toward bet
ter church architecture will, In tho
next decado, put Washington on a
piano with other cities of its size aa
far as excellence of such edifices 1b
Work of Many Architects.
A number of architects wero em
ployed at ono tlmo or another on the
capltol. Tho first four wore William
Thornton, Stepheu Hallet, George Had
Held and James Hoban, Nothing re
mains of tho plans of tho first two of
theso men. Hatfield was tho most
ukillful, and continued to work after
Benjamin Lntrobo was put in charge.
After tbo capltol was burned Latrobe
made several Improvements. Ho was
succeeded by Charles Bullfinch of Bos
ton, tho first American born architect
to (work on the building. Ho prao
Ucrlly completed it In 1830, Finally,
twe- ' years later. Thomas U. Walter
.hllndolpbla added tho dome and
. extensions, the moat beautiful and
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STRANGE CIVIL WAR INCIDENT
With Piece of Spent Ball In
Is Restored to Consciousness
by Surgical Operation.
After tho battle of Bull Run, when
tho wholo country was holding up Its
hands in dismay and breathing hard
In the realization that the war wns
not, after all, to bo a picnic for the
northern troops. I, together with ninny
other doctors and surgeons, rushed
Into Washington from distant cities,
writes G. Gulling Wilcox in tho Now
I wub taken, ono dark, rainy night,
by an affablu old negro woman to her
cabin, In tho outskirts of the city.
Sho camo to mo In tears: "Dot
tah, I des wisht yoh como an see mr
Samson. Ho 'pears mons'ous cur'ous,
an' ho acts des Ilka he 'stracted "
, At hor cabin I found her son, a tre
mendous fellow, as black as a coal
and evidently an uthlete, with no evi
dence of a wound upou his body, but
with a tendency to bear off to ono side
as ho walked, an apparent Inability to
talk, and possessed of a porslstcnt ef
fort to march and keep tlmo to mar
tial music, which ho could not do-.
Aunt Hannah told mo that her son
had always been strong and healthy,
and that when be left Washington
with the army ho was perfectly sound
nnd "des like do res' of do folks; but
dey fotch him back to his po' olo
mammy des like yoh so him, doctnh,
an I des Bkocrcd plumb outer my
senses, dat I is."
I examined Samson carefully and
could find not tho slightest thing the
matter with him, and half believed
that ho was shamming.
Tho room was whitewashed and I
noticed n streak entirely around It
that was so evenly drawn that It at
traded my attention, but In tho stlr
rlng events of thoso days I really paid
scant heed to so trilling a caso as
Samson's, and eo apparently trivial an
Indication as was that level streak on
I spent several years in Paris and
In Germany nftor the uur, and It was
not until 18SC that 1 was back in
Wo had an International convention
thero nt tho tlmo, and were taken to
various public Institutions, among
With a Tendency to Bear Off to
which was a littlo asylum for poor and
In ono room, as wo wero passing
tho door, I happened to observo on tho
whitewashed wall a well-worn streak
drawn so lovel nnd circling tho room
bo perfectly that It called to my mind
a vision which I had wholly forgotten.
Ucforo noon the next day wo had
Samson's small room looking like a
hospital operating room, and tho great
black frame lay on tho tablo under the
influence of, ether.
I cut open tho right side of tho
thick skull, and Euro enough, a splin
tered pleca of bono from an old de
pressed fracture- pressed Into tho
I lifted it, dressod it with aseptics,
and eplaced skull and scalp and
placed him in bed.
Then wo set about reviving him.
Presently Samson opened his eyes
and stared about him.
Then bo askod and it was tho first
articulate word ho had uttered for
over twenty long years "Whar did do
army movo to ylotorday?"
I was too excited to reply, and no
ono else Boomed to grasp tho full
moaning of tho question.
Presently I said: "Forward Rich
mond, Samson, but you wero hurt a lit
tlo and bad to stay behind, nnd wo
havo been doctoring you. You aro all
right now. How do you feel?"
"First rate, thankee, sir; first rato.
Which sldo licked yisterday? Oura?"
Tbo war and his oxperlenco up to
that tlmo whon bo was struck on jtho
Lboad, most likely by a pleco of spent
shell, aro aa If thoy wore yesterday lln
his momory, and his mind la as ckir
and as good aa tbo avorago of his race
and condition, but where that mind
was, and how it wtm occupied durlngU
?noso rears, id a aewer-isujuiK query to
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dooo.not tniubte or.poule Babwon'Sb
MATINEE and NIGHT ONLY
BRONCHO BILLY'S NARROW ESCAPE
Kratiirtntr Q M Anderson.
HOW THE BOYS FOUGHT THE INDIANS
ONLY 5 GENTS ONLY
LICENSED UNION OPERATOR
KVEIIY 1'KItSON ATTENDING
ourdMi; rontlneui will bo glreu ft
cliiilire on K.V) In colli.
KOOL AND KOZY
Abbeyville, La.t reports the first
balo oi new cotton shipped to New
Orleans Wednesday. First new bale
from Mississippi Valley last year was
received August 8th.
JUDGE COOPER FOR TAFT
Kontuckian Refuses to Desert
Somerset, Kv., August lt. Julge J.
Sherman Cooper of Somerset, tho deposed In
ternal KeTenae Colloetor of the Eighth Di'
trict, who was looked upon as a certain leader
of the "Ball Mooao" defection from the Re
publican party, has thrown a jolt into the
"progressive" camp by issuing a statement de
fining his position and refoalog absolutely to
have anything to do with tbe bolt and formation
of a new party. Before tbe Chicago conven
tion, Judge Cooper strongly supported Colonel
Roosevelt, but he says the convention sottled
tbe matter and he is now for Taft and the
regular ticket. Liu eaya: "I will therefore
do nothing to encourage tho organization of a
new party. Neither will I support any of its
nominees, no milter who they may be. I shall
not desert my party now, hut will Btand by it.
giving it my loyal and hearty support." Judge
Cooper has been mentioned na a candidate for
Congress against Caleb Powers.
A Bunch of Stories From Fleming
County But No Af
fidavits Th corresponileut of Tbe Gazette from
Silver Lawn, Fleming county, writes as follows
to that paper.
"Snakes have become a rogular nuisance in
this vicinity. An enormous reptile was killed
In Bob Blalr'ti Litcher. Four of the pesky
tnlngs bave been killed about tbe bonse at
Silver Lawn and a dtn of them under the
bouse keeps the place free from rats and mice.
In cutting a field of grass, Uat Daugberty's
machine cut so many of them to pieces that
the grease saved tbe oiling of tho machine.
Uat thought, he had cut tbe head from a
Betting guinea, bnt on examination found a
huge snake in coll. While Mat was chasing
an Eve charmer a buzzard swooped down and
grabbing a snake by the back of tbe neck
started to fly away with It, but the reptile was
so long that it caught on tbe barbs or a wire
fonce and tbo vulture left him there.
"P. S. Uat never drank a drop of 'murder
juice' and It has been mora than twenty years
since I swallowed any of the vile 'staph.'"
GREAT MASS OF PROOF
REPORTS IDF 30.000 ICASE8 OF I KIDNEY
TROUBLE. SAME OF THEM CIN
Each of some 0,000 .newspapers of the
United States Is publishing from weak to
week, names of people In its particular
neighborhood, who hud used aud recommended
Doan's Kidney Fills for kidney backache, weik
kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary dis
orders. This mass of proof Includes over 30,
000 testimonials. Uaysvillo is no exception,
liere is one of the ilaysville cases.
Mrs. John Walllngford, 103 Commerce
slreot, Msysvllle, Ky., says: "I am glad to
confirm tbe testimonial I gave In 1900, recom
mending Doan's Kidney Pills. Several of my
neighbors have been cured of kidney trouble
by this remedy, and a member of my family
was also cured of a serious case of kidney
complaint by Its use, after other medicine has
failed. Every once In a while I get a box of
Doan's Kidney Pills at J.J.Wood & Son's Drug
Store, pnd use them. In this way I keep uy
kidneys In proper working order and vard off
any kidney troubles."
For sale by all dealers. Prlco' CO cents.
Foster-Mllburn Cot, Buffalo, New York; sofe
Meats for the UoU ' 'Wn&Mfo'
What wouldn't yon give to be nblo to havo the world's
and musicians to sing and play lor you whenever you want.
You can hear them whenever and as often as you wish witl'
home; and you can get one of these wonderful instrur
$15 to $27 '
P.J. MURPHY, TL
Is Here. Why Sutler When There is'Com
Talcum Powders, Sponges, Sk
Toilet Waters, Bath Soaps
WE ESPECIALLY RECOMMEND
Chenoweth's Toilet Powder Deodorant.
Rexall Nice Deodorant.
Chenoweth's Cream Lotion For Sunburn.
Rexall Foot Powder For Achinf. Feet.
Thos. J. Chenoweth, f
For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The Stat ftbatmnal Bank
CHAS. O. PEARCE,
rTsrsr In Our
And it burns steady and without danger. s
When you want any kind of Coal
in any quantity call for
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coit,
G. W. McDaniel $ Ca
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Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderiul how beautiful and attractive wiri
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like a beautiful pioture. We can make yours at
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