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DAILY AT 1 P. M.
MARV CilAlU.HSON IN
"SILENT TRAILS "
One Heel Vitagraph Feature.
"WHIFFLES PICKS A PARTNER"
Put lie Comedy.
PATHE WEEKLY NO. 36. Current Events.
'THEVlRATES OF PEACOCK ALLEY"
"PAT'S REVENGE "
Valso Hesitation played by Bullett's Orchestra.
A sailor bold I'd Hko to be,"
I hoard tlio farmer roar;
"For I would Hko to plow tlio sea
And then ralso caln on shore."
Jonas Well recently sold his crop of
blucgrass seod on his Bourbon farms
to .TSims Wllscn, of Paris, at a price
said to havo beon 03 cents per bushel
for August dollvery.
The telcplicao girl sure looks swoll,
But slio's no belle, 1 hold;
Tor I know woll that any boll
Will ring as it Is tolled.
Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw, why do tlio theaters
closo in summer and open in winter!
Pnw Beeauso eggs are 7C ct'ats a
dozen in winter, my son.
Although I think that alio is grand,
Sho hates mo, I can feel it;
Slio's steeled hor heart against mo, and
I know that I can't steal it.
We Hope to See You There;
At the Central Presbyterian Church Sunday
evening to hear
REV. R. L. BENN
deliver the Baccalaureate Sermon.
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Season Ticket Sale for Redpath Chautauqua
Also the price of season
In arranging for a Redpath Chautauqua here this summer the local committee secured a thousand $2.50
season tickets which will be sold tor q.uu eacn.
When these tickets are gone no season tickets can be had for less than $2.50.
tickets will not be reduced trom the first day to tne ciose or me iiduuauqud.
The single admissions to the various sessions of this Chautauqua will aggregate more than $7.50, so it will
pay you to buy a season ticket even after the program is half completed. Season tickets are not trans
ferable, except within the owner's family.
Children's tickets, costing $1.00 each, admit children aged from 6 to 14 years, inclusive. Admission to the
special children's work is free.
For admission fees to the respective entertainments see the souvenir program, copies of which are now available.
Arguuu'dt was closed by tho Govern.
moiit in its suit against tho hard coal(
Tho feollug of sleepiness, whon you
aro not in bed and can't got thoro, is
tho must disugieeablo feeling in the
About all a man needs to get fcito sir
ciety is a pleasing personality and even
ing clothes. But a woman must have
money, family, application ami perse
verance. The Sutherland resolution, designed
to lkoll'to the iutliiiilttiug to arbitration
of the'catinl tolls repeal iiietiou, wa
fnvornhly reported by the Senate lr
elgn delations Committee.
With Dover's natural advantages in
locatioM, its high and ample bottom
land, its 1,500-foot flowing well of nat
ural Blue Lick Water and natural ad
vantages of ingress and egress bv rail
and water, is bound to wake up and
make a noise sonic day. Some day, when
wo old fellows, who haw worn our
selves out physically and financially try
fcig i'o get capitalists to look our way,
some far-sighted-man or men who can
seo isst tho edge of a dollar, will start
things going and become the "pion
eers" of tho prettiest little town in the
iWiddlo West or any place else on earth.
Now don't forget wo said it.
"And what is so rare as a
June." J. 11. Lowell.
Tobacco setting is being pushed by
the farmers in this ueighboiliood.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson have
returned home from I't. Thomas where
they had been called to the bedside of
their son Harry.
Mrs. Prank Schriver and little son
of Georgetown, Ohio, nre the guests
of the family of Mr. Prank MclMtire.
Several from here attended the basket
dinner at Moransburg, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cnsuer and charm
ing llttlo daughter Lillian Josephine
returned homo Monday after spendtog
the decoration holidays with her pa
rents Mr. and Mis. Casper llaughaboo.
'Squire .T. IT. Muse has been sick.
Seeral fiom hero are attending Row
an Circuit court.
Sunday School is held here each Sun
day uftcrnoiAi at 2 o'clock.
James TCrwin a stock man from Car
ter County was hero lust Sunday.
Ye scribe, together with Herbert and
Merchant Henry Gaines and wife of
Goddard, attended memorial services
here last Saturday.
Subscriptions aro being taken here,
to complete the Mew piko leading from
l'lumiuer's Landing to this place.
Mrs. Oma Carpenter of Walt?, Rowan
Count v. who was accidentally shot re
cently by a shot gun shell is almost well
Deputy Sheriff P. H. Henderson of
this place was the first of the week
summoning witnesses for the Rowan
County Circuit Court.
Mrs. Fleming Muso and soM, Marvin,
and little daughter, Lula, of North Fork,
Matou County, spent last week at this
place as the guests of Mrs. Lula Hin
ton and mother, who runs a hotel here.
Memorial day was observed here last
Saturday in tho usual manner, a large
crowd being present and visitors coming
from all parts of the eouimiraity. Sev
eial ajd soldiers were present and with
a score of soldier's sous, being led by
Comrade Georgo S. MeKec gave a nice
march and scattered flowers on tho
giaves of their soldier and other frieuds
who have passed on before. Evidence
of much whisky wns on hand but good
order generally prevailed.
ORCHESTRAL CLUB TO
Ziegler-Howe Artists To Play
Here on Opening Day
A man has his choice. Ho cifti either
impose on tho women or bo imposed
upon by them..
Patrons of the Redpath Chautauqua
to be held here this summer will feel
very grateful to the local committee
for enabling them to hear on the open
ing day tho Xiegler-llowe Orchestral
Tho personnel of this club include
PraMo Ziegler, tho renowned violin
virtuoso; Chas. T. Howe, eminent
American flute virtuoso; Ferdinand1
Gardner, noted cellist; and Miibel Ab
Lbotr, accomplished pianist and accom
The programs to be giveu by this
company will bo suited to all tastes.
There will bo a Miriety of solos, quar
tets, numbers from grand and comic
operas, de'eriptivo pieces, musical
burlesques, and other selections written
by tho best composers.
Tho many yoars' expenonco of
theso artists in tho theater, opora, and
convert hall his given them a wide
knoweldgo of the world's music and the
ability to govern thoir selections in ac
cordance with tho demands of tho public.
Big reductiiM in Suits and Coats at
Two prominent Cuban politicians
were sentenced to twelvo years in prison
for tho death of tho Ohiof of Police
About $33,000 has been secured as an
enteitainnient fund for the Saenger
fest, Louisville. The committee plan
to secure $.")0,000.
Allen Creech, who escaped from the
Frankfort Reformatory April 0, ha,
been arrested in Richmond, Va. He
had been sent up from Breathitt for
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Which la Better Try An Experiment
or Profit by a Maysvlllo Citizen's
NOTES ON TUESDAY'S GAME
Outfielder lladel tried getting cuto
with Umpire, Kulitt and was chucked
out of tho park. Tho middle gardener
kept hurling slanderous stuff at tho
arbitrator from tho bench and was
put to route, pulling the wash boiler
after liiin. Umpire Kuhn has given
splendid satisfaction during his stay
hero. If all arbitrators wore as square
bravo and conipotont as Mr. Kuhn there
never would bo a squawk from fans or
players. Mr. Kuhn is ft gtfatlemnn that
knows his business and has tho confi
dence of both the public and players. lie
will go higher next season put that
down in your little, note book.
Something now is an experiment.
Must bo proved to bo as represented.
Tho statement of a manufacturer is
not convtociug proof of merit.
Hut tho endorsement of friends is.
Now supposhig you had a bad back,
A lame, weak, or aching ono,
Would you experiment on it!
You will read of many so-called
Endorsed by strangers from faraway
It's 'different when the endorsement
comes from home.
.Easy to provo local lesumuuy.
Read this Maysvillo case:
r n. Oiisholm. 317 E. Second St.,
Maysvlllo, Ky., says: "There was a
time when my Kiuneys were oaiuy ma
ordered and I was niiuoycd by many
symptoms of kidnoy complaint. Doau's
Kidnev Pills, procured at Wood & Son's
Drug 'Store, removed the troublo and
mv good health since then is evidence
of" their merit. I havo seon many other
cases whoro Doan's Kidney Pills have
proven their worth. My formor endorse
mlMt of this remedy still holds good."
Prico 50c, ut nil dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kiduoy romedy get
Doan's Kidnoy Pills tho same that Mr.
Chisholm had. Foster- Milburn Co.,
Props., BnffaloN. Y.
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days tho
HOMEGROWN varieties will be on tho market. The prospects aro
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will bo coming. During the season my house as Usual Will Bo
Tho Headquarters for all the various kinds. As I have my usual ar
rangements with the best growers in both TENNESSEE and tho
OHIO VALLEY I shall be in position to meet all the demands and
furnish the best fruits grown, on same days as they are pioked.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want the best come to
My stock of FANCY GROCERIES is at all times full and com
plete and prices lowest.
TUe biggest ana usc stocic 01 uouees, leas ana augur; msu
full supply of country cured HAMS and BACON of the very best
kind. Canned goods in immense quantities. In fact every article 01
the very best usually found in a FIRST CLASS GROCERY. I
buy all'my goods direct from first hands for SPOT CASH and havo
no fear of successful competition. I buy country cured Hams and
Bacon and proauce generally lor wnicn j. pay uusu or gouua u
SPOT CASH PRICES.
ivr.f -iinnol invitation in nnmif.rv Tiermlft when in our citv to
make my house headquarters still stands, and don't forget that I
WHUlittiaiiL-tf as wen as asu iaiij.
R. B. LOVEL,
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
on the Spot"
When Breakfast has to be prepared in a hurry
When something appropriate is wanted quick for afternoon lunch.
When thoughts of a hot kitchen appall one
When the appetite sails for something deliciously good and nourishing
Nick Carter showed that he was a
hitter of much merit and power. In
fivo trips to tho plato ho secured a walk,
a doublo and two singles. Tlio other
timo ho was thrown- out on a closo Ga
doid play. Carter goes down to first
with the speed of a deer, and can stop
souio at other times. Carter scored a
couplo of runs nnd drove in two others.
So it will ho seen that ho had quite
n hand in the huniblliijr of his former
teammates. Howcvor, Carter does not
Hko to play the pmi-fiold, although ho Is
willing to try his best anywhere. Diltz
was out of tho gamo because of nfa in
jured wrist, which ho secured in n col
lision with Shortstop Clouser Monday.
ITo expects to bo all right in a day r-so.
A Two-Reel Hex Drama
"THE LAW OP inS KIND"
"THE ELIXIB OF LOVE"
Also a Good Comedy.
4 BIG REELS FOR Co
COMIXO Tho Vornou Castles in their
means we have found it. Just the thing that is necessary in the
stove line. See our new kitchen COMBINATION COAL AND
CAS RANGK always ready, winter or summer, early or late.
Made of cast iron- four holes for gas. four holes for coal. Use
same oven, either coal or gas. Only one flue connection, occu
pying no more space than an ordinary range. No higher in price.
GE0R6E H. TBAXEl, """"""'"
An A. D. S. Preparation
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
IOHN O. PEGOR, Druggist
New whito ratino skirts at Mer. Bros.
AUGUSTUS PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH
MilLLEK AND MIRIAM NKSBITT
"A QUESTION OP HATS
Edisi.i Druma in Two Parts
"AN INDIAN'S HONOR"
Tour High Olaas Pictures for 5c.
with cream, and say berries or peaches.
These swWct flakes of corn-Vtoasted crisp satisfy summer needs. Ready
tS eat from thrpacfcdge no bother no work no fussing. A food with de-
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Malinger Ollio Chapman of the ATays
vlllo nTKregatlon, eiuno in for a lot of
pond nntiired kiddinir durinu yester
day's iramo. Three balls wero hit into
his territory thnt ho shoulJl havo block
ed dowu to singles, but Chapman seoms
to havo a'civst Iron back which refuses
to bond a tiny bit. Tho balls all rolled
to tho fence. Thito Cliapmnn linn
reached first on a binglo and in an ef
fort to rattle Teaguo was jumping up nnd
down Hko a hound lawg about to get
his food. Munson, who Is ono of tho
wisest entchors in tho country, signaled
for a wosto ball and Chnpma'a was
caught five feet off tho sack. His
mouth, which had been emitting wild
shrieks and loud hollowing, closed Hko
a. mouro trap nnd ha had but littlo more,
to say(tho rest of tho p, m. It Is said
ho took hla coaobor to task, but a man
ser vino .will ftUow nimseit to do
Our stock consists
of the most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
solicited. : : : ; :
Generally speaking, au agreeable
man is ono who is a candidate for of
Tho president of one of tho oldest
savings banks in San Prauolseo com
mitted suicide. Tlio bank is solvent.
Pour" men wero killed and a fifth was
probably fatally injurod by au explo
sion of dynamita at a construction camp
near Monongahola, Pa.
Unless tho traction lines( running
north out of Loulsvillo fix through rates
by July 1 the Interstate Commerce Com
missiiM will do it for them.
Public tasto is improving in tho ro
spect that tho demand for tho Wild
West show is less acuto than formerly.
Kentucky members of tho graduating
class at Auuapolis, who will receive
thoir diplomas from President Wilsou
sta'nd high in rank.
Tho City Commissioners of Lexjngtou
havo decided that a tobacco redryiug
plunt is not a factory a'ad is not on
titled to tax exemption.
Coolest Summer Underwenr iu town
at Mom Bros.
Sylvia Paukhurst threatened to "lie
on tho steps of tho House of Commons
without food or water until Astniith
cousetits to receive a deputation."
Caywood & McGlintoek, of ParN,
shipped n double deck car of lambs to
Jersey City, Saturday night, aud mado
another shipment of lambs to tbo same
market Monday ovoulng. Tho lambs
wore bought from Bourbon farinors and
cost 7 cents per pound.
Curod by Saxo Salvo
Hopkinsville, Ky.- "For 20 years I
Buffered with eczema of tho scalp. I tried
every eczema remedy on tho market
without benefit But after using ono
tube of Saxo Salvo I am free from that
terrible' itching for tlio first time in 20
years. I wish every eczema sufferer
could know about Saxo Salvo," T. P.
Thompson, Hopkinsville, Ky.
If wo can't euro your akin troublo
with our Saxo Salvo and Saxo Soap w"o
will buy back the empty tube.
John O. Pocor, Druggist, Maynvtllo, Ky.
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