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My son, don't be a plodding slob,
. Don't bo an nlso-ru'a;
Try to l)o bljjRor thnn your job,
And you won't got tho enu.
Special prepared paint $1.25 par gal
lon at HENDBIOKSON'3.
INv olllciaN created by the last Leg
islature took charge of their duties at
Plans for a building to cost $21,000
have been accepted by the Board of I'M
ucntlon, Rllabethtown. There will It
eleven ulnss rooms and two, smaller
Visiting In The Blue Grass and Buying
Jerseys Miss Long and Sister
Guests of Anderson Stock Farm
(Tuosdny's Lexington Leader.)
Mr. H. A. Long, well known Kansas
City financier and ehurchmaM, arrived
in Lexington yesterday morning accom
panied by his (laughters, Mis Loulu
Long and Mrs. Hnyne Ellis nnd C. J.
fTucker nnd IFred' Dow, respectively
managers of the horse and dairy de
partments of his famous LiAigview
Farm at Lee's Summitt, Mo., a short
distance from Kansas City. Mr. Long
is well known fo Kcntueklnns, pnrtie
ularly members of tho Christian Church,
as ho is one of the founders of the
"Men and Millions "Movement" and
hns made many large gilts to schools
od universities of which Transylvani-i
and Hamilton have been among the ben
eflcinries. Miss Loula Long is well known in
Loxinuton and Central Kentucky as the
owner of the best stable of show horse
in tho West and possibly Mo woman ex- be ready for uso nt that time and plans
hibltor ever had such a collection of aio being formed to make -it a great
horses as are now to bo found in her day. Tho Sunday School will present a
stnbles. On her last trip to Loxing- fino program at the hour of tho even
ton sho bouuht a novice heavy harnese ing service.
If You Could
Separate the most nutritious part of the kernels of choicest white corn
If you could cook this carefully selected part as well as we cook it
If you ould cure, sweeten and salt it to get the same delicious, delicate flavor
that we get-
If you could roll each separate bit thin and ribbony under 40 tons pressure
If you could pass the flaky bits in at the top of a great oven 30 feet high,
through which they would slowly move to the bottom and come out toasted to a
golden-brown and all this, without being touched by hand'
Then most anyone could make his own
But the best part is, you don't have to go to all that bother and care. It is all
done for you!
Anywhere in America, ten or fifteen cents (according to size) will buy a large,
tightly sealed package of this dainty food-
ately the pckfe
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Successful and Easy
Ajnx may hnVo defied tho lightning.
Hut ho was n lucky man that ho didn't
live to try to defy an automobile.
The Rev. Dr. J. Sprolo Lyons, pastor
of tho First Presbyterian Church of
Louisville for twenty-two years, has ao
ccptcd a call to Atlanta.
Tho American liner Tcw York, whose
side was stove in as a result of being
struck by the Protoria off Nantucket,
reached Now York with (l.'O pnssongors
News that Pitcher Dave Davenport
of tho Cincinnati Reds has deserted the
team and reported Monday to tho St.
Louis Federal League club, thus jora'ng
Outfielder Marsans, will como ns a big
surprise to tho base ball fans.
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
horso from R. E. Moreland that prom
ises to be n sensation this year. Quite
a number of tho best horses in the Long
stable came from KiMtucky, including
those famous stnllinus, .My .uiijor Hare
Kentucky's Best, etc. "
Tho Herald might have added, that
ninny of Miss Long's horses wero pur
chased from L. T. Anderson's Point nu
View Stock Farm at Maysille. Miss
Long and sister, Mrs. llaynes, left Point
nu View Inst Saturday where they have
been tho guests of Miss. Uraeo Audpr
The .National Society of the Daugh
tors of the American Revolution opened
its twtf.itythirtl annual 'convention in
CHILDREN'S DAY NEXT SUNDAY.
Children's Day will bo observed by
tho Sunday School of the Third Street
M. E. Church a weok from next Sun
day. Tho delay is on account of the
church boinir frescoed. The church will
and crlsR, fresh, from the, factory, and ready . to eat: with cream, Immedi-
I. opened;-, - ' ;;. k'A'.r .,-. .
Cdl. Hoojovolt was the guest of honor
at n lunchotto and a dinner In London
Tho fireman on a special Carolina
' passougor train was killed nnd tho on
I ginoor hurt In a wieok near Somerset
President Wilson spoko to tho crowd
assembled in front of tho State, War
and Navy Building in Washington for
tho Flag Day ceremonies.
Ernest Sackville-West, who sought
four years ago to have tho courts ad-1
judge him heir to tho Sackvlllo-Wcst
estate, committed suicide in Paris,
President Wilson named tho five men
who, with tho Secretary of tho Treasury
nnd tho Controller of tho Currency, will
constitute tho Federal Kcsorvo Board.
Ella Flagg Young, speaking boforo
the General Federation of Women's
Clubs, declared Mint sex lectures to the
school children of Chicago w;is a suc
cess. Fearing that Chicago will go "dry''
with the added woman's vote, the liquor
interests of tho Stuto have organized to
secure the repeal of tho women's suf
Tho Rev. Louis It. Putmout, who dis
appeared recently from Wcstvlllc, 111.,
a' id alleged he was kidnapped, is miss-
ing now in Detroit and tho police have
' been asked to look for him.
RUTH ROLAND AND JOHN
Kalom Farco Corned.
'TO ALASKA VIA JTHE GREAT
BIVER OP THE NORTH"
Essanay Scenic Film.
Mr. Pickett Valentino was confined
to his homo wtli rheumatism tho past
Mrs. FraUees Herry Rogers, widow of
the late Mr. N. H. Rogers, through her
attornoy, Major John Walsh, has re
cently been allowed a widow's pension
nt the rate of twelve dollars per month.
Mr. Howard Degman Is a guest of his
half-sister. Mrs. M. Davis.
Lawrence Helm of Ripley, Ohio, was
u guest Sunday at the homo of his
I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wil
Mrs. Robert Bullock of near Paris,
I i visiting her stepinother-iu-law, Mrs.
Mrs, William Kimble is reported
Mrs. M. iV. Redman and daughter
wero Sunday guests of her sister, Mrs.
Kiln W. Wilson.
Thero will bo something doing every
minute nt Georgetown, Ivy., when the
KiMtucky Elks meet'thero in August.
" 'in " '. i ' "
Throo' (fays' trip to Mammoth Cave
for $12.15. Juno 18. L. & N. J18
A syndicate of bankers who nro mom
bbrs of tho Chicago clearing-houso is
being organized to tnko over tho closed
La Sallo-strcct Trust and Savings Bank.
KAPPI SIOMA PI.
Thero will bo n meeting of the Kap
pa Sigma PI next Frldny evening at
tho Third Street M. K. Church. Evory
membor Is urged to bo presont. This
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ltll uu niu meif .,w. ....i....&. ..-..
Boptember. -rians for a hiko ana lisn
ing trip will be discussed.
BISHOP DAVID H. MOORE
Of Indianapolis Is Booked For tho Sec
ond Sunday at Rugglcs Oamp
Tho Board. of Directors of Rugglcs
Campmeoting nntoouneo that they have
secured Bishop David II. Moore of In
dianapolls for tho second Sunday and
Dr. Kirby of East Liverpool, Ohio, for
the first Sunday of tho mooting-. Tho.
meetings will beglit Thursday, July 2.'l,
and eloso Sunday, AligMst 2. The Board
of Directors will meet at the camp
gioutpls ou tho Fourth of July to let
out tho privileges and complete ar
rangements for tho big meeting. Many
pre already making preparations to go
to tho camp as s,oou us tho Chautauqua
SALLIE CHUTE AND EDWARD
"THE SONG OF SALOME"
Edt.son Two Reel Comedy Feature.
Music by Gem Trio Orchestra.
.. WEEKLY SPORT LETTER. .J.
J?sTTsJTsTsJs J ??? Jf2J
(By O. 11. ZUBEK.)
Cincinnati, .lime Hi, 1914.
With tho leaders not quite holding
their own and tho teams farther down in
tho raco winning more than half their
games, the race in the National League
has tightened up consideiably. The best
work done so far in the inier-ectioiial
.series so far as victories are concerned.
inu.it be credited to the St. Louis and
Boston teams. The two leaders the
New Yorks and the Reds have lost
slightly in percentage, the fnll'.Mg oil
iif the Red's being due, not to poor work;
hut to two close finishes at Philadelphia
the Quakers winning out in the last in
ning of one nine-inning game and i.io
fifteen-round contest. TJiero has been
jio let down r.i the il displnyed by the
Her7og tribe, and the prospects are ex
tremely bright that they will return
homo from their presiut tour in
second place, with St. Louis suftlcieutly
ilose to them to mako the next meeting
between the two teams a decidedly in
teres! ing series of battles.
The desertion of Marsans, tho Cuban
outfielder, is a haMdicap to the playing
strength of the- Reds, so far as the in
dividual is concerned. However, his
"rubber-legging" has takon from tho
team tho ono disturbing clement that
has worried Manager Herog sinco tho
season opened. Marsans has given evi
dence of his lack of sport'iMg spirit or
reeognltiou of what Is fair by his repu
diation of tho contract ho signed with
tho Cincinnati club. A player who does
pot act honestly in a matter of this
kind can hardly be expected to play
fair in other matters, so that tho club,
while missing MnrsuMs as an individual,
really Is better oil' without him and his
influence. Manager llors-og is on the
iook-out for a capablo outfielder to fill
tho gap left by tho desertion of Mar
sans, and expects to have tho holo fill
ed before the team returns home.
Manager llerzog still is bending his
energies toward strengthenhig his
pitching department, althdugh tho work
of Douglas?, and Yingling in rcoent
games indicates that these two now
men aro in tho light to stay, and that
they will improvo ns tho season pro
presses. Bt'aton and Ames also aro go
lug wpll, giving Herzio flvo dependable.
twirlors at this tuno.
They'ro having a lot of sport around
Sandy Hook th'eso days, trying to de
cide which of tho thrco Amercinn yachts
recently put in commission shall havf
Hie honor of dofendiug tho Amorica's
Cup against tho precious inslstt'ace of
tho noted tea merchant, Sir Thomas
Lipton, and tho fourth of his string of
phamrooks. In tho early races the
Vnnitio looked tho better boat. During
tho past few days, howovcr, tljo Reso
lute has shown bettor form. Tho Do
flanco as yet has mado no real start,
hut will get into tho gamo boforo the
end of the week. Mcanwhilo tho Sham
lock IV is befog hailed as a' "suro win
ner" on tho other Hide provided her
freak construction stnnds tho rude buf
feting of tho Atlantic on tho way over.
That suro was rudo treatment accord
ed tho American polo playors by their
British antagonists in tho opoulug game
of tho IntoiMatlonal sorios on Long Is
land on Saturday. An 8 to 3 Bcoro, with
fractions not fractures, Mr. Printer-
is somo walloping-, and thoso who gave
odds in backing tho American team
have boon doing somo hedging sluco tho
cvtMts of Saturday, However, thoro
Are still some games to bo playod, and it
ta expected that tho Americans will pull
Shemsolvos together nnd hand, tholr
rjendly rivals af littlo of the star
fpMgl-od banner KtuS". boforo tho' final
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Tho City Council of Oakdole, a Louis J
vlllo suburb, elected uharios iieoa Aiay
or to succeed Jcsso A. llagan, who ro
signed last woek.
Wo will soil at Public Auction at 2
p m., Saturday Juno 20th, tho Suburban
home of Mr. D. A. Emmott, located on
tho Maysvillo and Gormantown turn
plko just outside tho city limits. This
is a nlco two story frame house of
sovon rooms with halls, bath and water
In tho house, also small house on cor
nor of lot that ronts to good advantage,
together with about two acres of land.
There Is a variety of fruit of all kinds
on this place. A splendid place for
chickon raising and truck gardoning.
Mr. Emmltt has bought a farm and
moved his family to it, and has decided
to 'soil this vory desirable homo. With
the extension of the street car line In
tho West End, and tho many Improve
ments that are going on in this section
of our city, wo think wo can seo a line
opportunity for an investment in this
West End property. This homo will bo
sold op oasy terms which will ho an
nounced on day of sale. Here is your
chance to buy a nice homo at your own
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS.
m mjmi yw
Yields to our Saxo Salve
Baxter, Pa. "I suffered terribly from
eczema so that my skin would crack
open. Doctors' remedies failed to eivo
me any relief, but Saxo Salve helped
me right away and I am nearly well. I
never found anything to equal Saxo
Salvo for eczema," Mrs. MAURICE
Wank, Baxter, Pa.
If we cannot cure your skin trouble
with Saxo Salve and Saxo Soap, wo will
buy back the empty tube.
John C. Pecor, Druggist, Maysville, Ky.
Much tears are being shed in turf cir
iles over the indefinite postponement of
consideration of tho Reiuhnrt Bill in
tho Louisiana Legislature, permitting
tutting on horso races in that State.
It was thought that the influence brought
to bear upon the Legislature by the busi
uess men of New Orle.ras would bring
tho members of thnt body to a real
wit ion of what the passage of this
nieasuro would mean to tho commercial
interests of tho Orescent City. But
is is usually tho enso in such matter?
the rural members, of the Legislature,
neither knowing nor earing what the
wants of' the city are, voted against im
mediato consideration of tho bill, with
the result that it probably will still be
foi.id among tho filed when tho Leg
islaturo adjourns. And tho turfinon
who expect to order Bayou Cook Oy
sters, pompnnn and those towor-like gin
fizzes this winter, will havo to bo sat
isfied with tho cold storage food and
long distanco drinks of El Paso Juarez.
"The churches in -which nil member1
are pnyiMg members arc few, thoso ii
which all aro praying members aro stil'
fewer, and tho church in which all
members are both paying and prayinp
members doesn't exist at all."
List of unclaimed letters in tho Mays
vlllo Postolllco week ending .lime 17th
Adnmson, Mis.s varyl
Cox, W. K.
Doad, 'Mrs. Prand O.
Davis, Mr. Craut
Clilllspio, Mrs. Oetavia
Ooddard, Cadot I. W.
Grimes, Mrs. Mary
11 ray, Mrs. Hattio
Hollin, Miss Hanuqr
lluuloy, Miss Bess
Lawrence, Miss Nell
Pumphroy, Mr. Othella
Pickett, Miss Tearl
Rldgway, Mr. Sam r
Ryn'fl, Mrs. Anna
Rovoncrnft, Mr. .Too
Small, -aiss Ida ,,
Woods, Mrs. C.-W.
Wilson, Mr. Thomas D.
Ono cont duo on abovo letters. Par
ties calling for sarao will ploaso say
M. F. KEIIOE, P. M.
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i Look at This Letter
C. RUSSELL CO., MaVBVille, Kv.
B Ship me 10 bble.
J once. Am selling it
in Bourbon county.
Signed J. W. MALLORY, jjj
5 Paris, Ky.
An A. D. S. Preparation
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
IOHN G. PEGOR, Druggist
means we have found it. Just the thing that is necessary in the
stove line. See our new kitchen COMBINATION COAL AND ,
GAS RANGE always ready, winter or summer, early or late.
Made of cast iron four holes for gas, four holes for coal. Use i
same oven, either coal or gas. Only one flue connection, occtlY J
pying no more space than an ordinary range. No higher in priced
GEORGE H. TRAXEL, ---r
BIISS HELEN ABLER, Cello Soloist,
of Collcgo of Music,
Prof. R. J. Bullett's Orchestra
OPEN AIR CONCERT 7:.'!0 TO 8:30.
Come Out and Enjoy tho Fun.
KOOL AND KOZY.
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In tf few days:tho
HOMEGROWN varieties will be on the market. The prospectsfare
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will be coming. During the season my house as Usual Will-Be
The Headquarters for all the various kinds. As I have my usual ar-1
rangements with the best growers in both TENNESSEE and" the I
OHIO VALLEY I shall be in position to meet all the demands and f
furnish the best fruits grown, on same days as they are picked. 1
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want the best cdme to
me. i !
My stock of FANCY GROCERIES is at all times full and com-,
plete and prices lowest. Jf
The biggest and best stock of
iuu supply oi country cureu naiuo ana jqauujci oi tuo very DCSTl
kiuu. uumieu goous in immense
the very best usually found in a
buy all my gbods direct from first
no fear of successful competition.
uucon ana proauce generally lor
SPOT CASH PRICES. j
My usual invitation to country people when in our city ij
make my nouse headquarters stui
WHOLESALE as well as RETAIL.
R. B. 10VEL,
Bult4, Flrl National nana nnlldlns.
Locl nnd Look
(Office No. 665.
A tfN OUNOEMBNTS.
We are authorized to announce Hon. W.J.
Fields of Carter County as a candidate for re
flection to Congress from the Ninth District,
subject to the Democratic Primary to be held
on August 1st, IUU. lie most respectfully so
licits your support.
Rrico Watts, who served four years
and eight months in tho Civil War as a
private soldier, nays his only army dis
tiiu-tiou is that ho did not personally ro
pulso Pickett's charge "I wasn't at
(lottysburg at all," Mr. Watts adds.
HELP THE KIDNEYS
Maysville. Readers Aro Learning
It's tho littlo kidney ills
Tho Inmo, weak or aching back
Tho unnoticed urinary disordors
That may lead to dropsy and Bright s
Whon tho kidneys aro weak,
liolp them with Doan's Kidney Pills.
A remedy especially for weak kid
neys. .Doan's havo been used in kidney
troubles for 50 year's. '
Endorsed by 30,000 peoplo endors
ed at homo.
Proof iu n Maysvillo citiren's st-to-mont.
W. l- Lynch', 127 W. Third St., Mays
ville, Ky., says: "My Kidneys were
Weak and tho passages of tho kldnoj
secretions wero scanty and painful.
laving used Doan's Kidnoy Pills bo
oro, I again got avbox and they quick
ly restored my kidneys to a normal
Mr. Lynch is only ono of innny Mays
villo people who havo gratefully en
dorsed Doan's Kidnoy Pills. If your
back aches If your klduyl bothor
you, don't simply ask for a kiditoy roui
ody ask distinctly for Doan's Klthiey
Pills, tho samo tlrat -Mr. Lynch had
tho romedy backed by hoino tcstlmdny
COo all stores. yostfcr-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "WhouYour
Back is Lamo Bomoinbor tho Natno,"
f i rri - j' -iii i ii ! ! i imil
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JEFFERSON FLOUR -at
to the best families
'THE LAST SUPPER"
Drama in Two Parts.
'A BATHING BEAUTY'
A Good Comedy.
DANCING IN PAVILION TONIGHT,
Coffees, Teas and Sugar also a,
quantities, in iacc every article OS
FIRST CLASS- GROCERY.
hand.1 for SPOT CASH and havl
I buy country cured Hams ano
wnicn x pay casn or goods a
stands, and don't forget thatj
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail!
'THE WEDDING PEESENT
Cinos in Two Parta
SIDNT3Y DREW. ETIIEL D
' A MODEL YOUNG ISA,
"THROUGH THE OENTUI
Selig Drama. .J,
one often needs a refreshing
and you can't always get it
on the road. Take a bottle o.
famous Rye Whisky with yott'
you will be well protected for
journey whether it bo by lanq
wator. This is tne ttnest WJ
ever distilled and is perfectly
and wholesome, and is reoo?
mended by physicians to their
0. H. P. Thomas & Co!
120122 Market Strsst,'
THE BUSINgS Mtj
OF TODAY fy
an tultj wsre of the rslue of good dreiilnc s(
bailneis asset. They regard well taad, prIot
nttlDr attire as muon oi an vsseoiiai as jw asj
traatire qualities o( x wtii kapt store or oJ
Tb only question It who Is the taltor wbo;ol
make tnera tb most satlstaoterj ganMaii
Tnera oanix noqustnon or oouni ii yonjii
vour order with us. Bemnjober laU to is c
store In tbUieotlon where JOu can NrHel
Price's mat. ineasuM ciovsf s, a iiiei
browns, wa are ihowUc fprlH t a 1
reoeaUM. RemeEber we rvvalt ail
work lit ot oharc la a wortwaallfc i
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