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A' P. CURRAN,
Editor and Publisher.
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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE.
Business 1ms rights which politicians lire bound
Now Unit the fanners of the land have Free
Trade produce, and the city wage earners Free
Trade merchandise, aren't they having a jolly
WILL SOME ONE PLEASE
WAKE UP THESE GUYS1
Frankfort. Uasiug the estimate on -130,904 pu
pils, tho total enrollment of the rural schools last
year, text hook men, acquainted with the percent
age of the amount of tho total contract represented
by each text book adopted, are of the opinion that
in the ensuing five years the total cost of text hooks
iu the common schools of the State will be reduced
200,000 from what it has been, ns-tlie result of the
adoption made by the State Text Book Commis
sion, which is now working on high sehool adoptions.
ERNST SEEMS TO LEAD IN THE
. - REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL FIGHT.
r Things are- quiet in the Senatorial race between
Ernst and "Willson, but the quiet is not to be taken
''as an indication of "nothin' doiu'." On the con
T trury the accessions to the Ernst ranks are gratify
f ing to the Covington man and his friends, personal
and political. The emphatic announcement of Dis
trict Attorney Morrow that he would support Ernst
is adding strength to the candidacy of Krnst in alb
sections of the State.
. in the meantime it is not only gratifying but in
the highest degree creditable to Kentucky that the
cainnaicn. on flic Republican side has been and will
I ,be conducted on high grounds and without a bit of
V'lrilUngsgatc and Kentucky is tired of the injection
nnd continuance of that feature in the race for a
scat once occupied by Clay and Crittenden, by
Carlisle and Lindsey and Beck.
All signs fail in dry weather but not political
signs. The signs today are pointing to the nomin
ation of Ernst and refuse to move iu other direc
tions. "With his nomination and with equally
strong nominations for State offices Kentucky will
not only have a Republican Senator, but the next
Governor will not he of the political faith of the
present occupant of the ofDouiive mansion. Wash-
About the only thing Froc-Trndo gives us la less
work and less income, and, what is worse, often no
THE HIGH COST.
Potatoes -will be up in the clouds again. At $2
a bushel now, what may we expect next winter?
Mt. Olivet Tribune.
YOU'RE IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. ,
The court held it was beyond human integrity to
determine what was "real value" of an article
under imaginary conditions. Cynthiana Democrat.
"May it please the court," this is not tho word
ing of tho august Supreme Court.
The court said: "Beyond human 'ingenuity'."
Therefore it is adjudged that the editor of The
Democrat is in contempt of court for heedlessly
and with error-aforethought, garbling and misquot
ing the words and meaning of the Supremo Court,
of the United Stales, and therefore it is further
adjudged that said editor be fined a billion plunks
and imprisoned for a million years in his sanctum
sanctorum, and that he be made to write 40 columns
of tango jokes every 8 hours.-
Talk is cheap, provided you don't have to lake it
with red hair likes to delude herself
with the idea that she has golden tresses.
The woman who takes on weight until she out
grows her clothes doesn't believe in the eternal fit
ness of things.
Mugenies is one of the original "safety first"
it is wonderful just how a six-pound girl baby
can hold down a 200-pound man.
The man who dreams can enjoy baseball in his
sleep; but he may get the score wrong occasionally.
A good way to avoid the heat don't mention it.
Competition may be all wrong, but it will prob
ably be a long time before pretty women will leave
off their desperate efforts to outstrip each other.
tut ins toot in it.
Recently .Iohp iittt'-nleil a fnshiomiblo ball, says the
Pittsburg Chroniclc-Tolofiraiili. During the cvoabig ho mot
n pretty young woman rir4sotl iu soft, filmy -liito nnd
wearing tho cutest little slippers that over encased a dainty
foot. Instautly the Jones eye dropped in that tlirect ii.i.
"IVmlou mo," iiilogi7iil Jones, blusliingly, "it was ery
rude of me, 1 know, but 1 couldn't help noticing your slip
pers." "I tee," smiled tho young woman, good iiaturedly.
"What do you think of thomf "
"What do I think of them?" exclaimed Jones, with large
emphasis; "they are simply inuni'.ise."
$15 -FOR THIS
PAY CASH FOR YOUR RECORDS
and Si per week on the Victrola and
we will place this machine in your
home. It lias concealed sounding board,
modifying doors, tapering tune arm and
exhibition sound box.
NEW LINK OF VICTROLAS
$15, $25, 40, $50, $75, $100, $200
MURPHY'S Jewelry Store.
On account of the illness of our Mr. Tames M. Rains we desire to wind ut the
ljusiuess of Rains Bros. anil will thank all who owe the firm to call and bettle.
Wc oiler I'-'.UOO Cottoii Grain Sacks I'OR SU.I5 in any quantity FOR CASH.
The smoothest and best twine on the market.
For Sale By
. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
and Sales Stable
W. A. Wood & Bro
Market Street. MAVSVILLE, KV.
All kinds of Krixli Meats. Cnoh pulct for
butchers' ntnek, lihleit anil follow
A ninii la mighty foarlcBS lind plahi
spoken when ha is talking to his wom
Tho rulo in this country is that if
your business is profitable- an effort will
bo nrndo to prohibit by law.
Onco It begins to fa do tho beauty of
a woman goes as quickly as tho bril
Hunt Coloring of an autumn leaf.
Farmors of Todd CouMty doclaro that
thoy will feed their wheat to tho hogs
rnthor than accept 75 cents a bushel,
tlfo current prico,
Judging from tho chnnccs tho girls
tako with paint, powder atod see more
clothes, they must imagine, ull the men
n ro near-sighted.
A lot of men have au idea that Greek
Art nnd Literature aro represented by
the colored chromos they see tacked up
iu tho shoo shining parlors.
Many of tho sayings accepted as truo
havo no basis in fact Tho water for
tho circus elephants Is carried by thoso
regulirly employed for that purpose.
THOMAS' FRIENDS IN
FAYETTE ENDORSE HIM
Organization Is Formod. and Headquar
ters of Bourbon Candidato Opened
Backed By W. C. T. U.
An enthusiastic meeting of friends of
lion. Claudo M- Thomas, of Hourbon
County, candidato for tho Dcmocf.it ie
nomination for Ci.igrcss to succcod J.
Campbell Cautrill, was hold in tho ollioo
of W. C. O. Ilobbs in tho MeClellaml
Building Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Mr. Thomas was unanimously endorsed
as tho choice of thoso present.
Judge Samuel M. Wilson was. chosen
chairmaM of tho organization. Otj
Representative Matt S. Waltoii was
elected treasurer; W. E. Nichols, vice
pie'ident; Shelby Miller, secretary, nnd
James: II. Minogue, assistant secretary
Clark W. O T. U. For Thomas.
Winchester. The W. C. T. U. of
Clark County has adopted strong reso
lotions e'ldorsiug tho candidacy of lion
Claude M. Thomas for tho Democratic
nomination for CiMgress iu the Seenth
District primary in August.
Having Decided to Ketlre Prom
Business, I Offer My
, Stock at
BOTTLED IN BOOT) WHISKIES.
Old Taylor, full quart .05
Bello of Nelson, full quart 00
Lancaster, full quart , 85
Mollwood, full quart 83
Old Sam Whlto, full quart .70
Old 50, full quart, 8 yoars old 87
Sam Clay, full quart 83
Old Tirao, full quart 84
Queon of Nelson, full quart 87
Van Hook, full quart 04
Duffy's Malt Whisky, per bottle .00
3 Star Hennessey Brand per bot. $1.80
Rock-Rye, per quart 75
Port, per bottlo 35
Sherry, per bottlo 40
Claret, per bottle 40
Puritan Bello, por bottlo 00
Mumnis Extra Dry, per pint 1.00
Cooks Imperial, per pint 85
WHISKIES IN THE WOOD.
$4.00 Whisky, 8 yrs. old, per gal... $3.50
$3.00 Whisky, 4 yrs. old, per gal....2.b0
$4.00 Brandies, per gallon 3.50
$3.00 Brandies, per gallon 2.50
Mall orders promptly sliippod.
Geo. Af. Diener
208 Market St Maysvillo, Ky.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Sordini Floor MbhoiiIo Trniiltf,
Mix-rial Atlt-nlloii In I H '- of llic
m Cye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
Httitltnct, VI K. Third St TtUphom
office fit, retUUnees Office honit, w to u
a m.; II to 4 p.m. 1 to a p. in. Sunday
john w. m?,m,
ITBR.t fleeonil St.. "TAVSVTTT.ir. KI
A competition for cheapness, nml not excel
lence of orl.tiinnliit, ( the mont frequent
caiieoftlit injild decay and entire destruction
of the teeth,
the Week's Program
Morning Lecture .
Afternoon Music . .
Children's Hour ...
Evening Music . . .
. 2:30 O'clock
. 3:00 O'clock
. 3:30 O'clock
. 7:30 O'clock
Transfer and General Hauling. We
make a specialty of largo contractu.
Office and baru 130 EfHt Second
street. I'hones 145 and 228.
11 AH of Our Wheat '
io Jias passed rigid inspection before it is -- I
v - scoured, brushed, washed anil milled in
j our sanitary modem mills.
'" '' THAT'S WHY
lfl IsV GOLD MEDAL 1'I.OUR yives, f
Mich good satihfactiou.
l The DEMAND for GOLD MCDAL ' ll
FLOUR is constantly increasing. f
,il' ' "' .BUY A SACK FROM YOUR GROCER 1
U Gold Medal Flour ' -
Sml h '' H c- RUSSELL CO. t
R'f - . ' Dl8trlbut0r8, 11
lbfH Jj...mJ -V.T.
wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmm . -rrmjHt.-jn.-.-f 'a,, -i ; ;i
ywiiiiii i ' wwr?. -3 jtMammt 'mMmm&mh
We have a good supply of
LAZY WIFE and
All good ones.
15c a pint.
C. P. DIETERICfl
PHONES 1S1 and 152.
Our stock consists
of tile most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
solicited. : : : : :
CHAS. W. TRAXBEfy CO
Kveuing Enter 'meut. 8:15 O'clock
Ziegler-llowo Orchestra Club
Lecture "The Divino Riglits of the
Mrs. Leonora M. ("Mother") Lake
Children's Hour Miss Dittcau
Zlegler-IIowo Orchestra Club
Character Studies from Life
John E. Uatto
Morning Lecture: "The World's
Ash Heap" Dr. Mitchell
Collegian Malo Quartet
Interpret! vo Recital, "Peg o' My
lloart" Mary Agues Doylo
Children's Hour Miss Ditteau
Collegian Malo Quartet
Lecture: "On the Trail of the Immi
grant" Dr. Edward A. Steiner
Morning Lectuie: "Rifts in tho
Clouds" Dr. Mitchell
Vftornoon Music Recital
Tho Kickbush-Rcutor Company
Lecture: "Popular Fallacies"
.... Tho Kli'kbush-Reutor Company
Dr. Ernest Wray O'Neal
Children's Hour Miss Ditteau
Evening Musical Recital
Drama Shakespeare's '"tho Taming
of tho Shrew". Tho Ron Qreot Players
Morning Lectuie: "The Dark Horso
of History" Dr. Mitchell
The Oratorio Artists
Locture: "The New Moral Awakon
Ing" Hon. Clifford O. Rou
Children's Hour Miss Ditteau
Evenhig Qraud Concert
Tho Oratoiio Artists
Afternoon Sacred Concert
; . . . Ferrullo and ilis Band
Evening Sacred Concert ,
Ferrullo aud His B.tiul
Sermon: "Tho Law of Life"
.. Dr. Nellls
Morning Lecture: "flod's Moun-
tarator" Dr. Mitchell
Musical Novelty Entortuiners
Lecture: "Tho Public Health Our
Greatest NutloMal Assot"
Dr. narvey W. Wiley
Children's Hour Miss Ditteau
EvtMlng Children's Night
Entortuinors aud Floyds, Magicians
Morning Locturo: "From Pit to
Place" Dr. Mitchell
.... The Edwin R. Weeks Company
Lecture: "Community Building"....
', i, S. Knor
Qhlfdroiillour, .-. ... .Miss Ditteau
EvenKgJoy' Nigh,'i , Jv .!. M
.ThoPEdwlaWff Weeks 'Company
M. WILLI AIMS,
First National Bank Building.
Phnnnc ' Iln.lilunre A70-W
riiuilca onim :ihb
Special Attention Eye, Ear,,
Nose and Throat, t
Hist National Bank' Building.
t5:40 k iu.t8.iJ pn
U. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
kiXiWd '" ..
soneauie enec?e Nov.
.'i0,l9l!i. Subject to chupe
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
f:s . m., 8:47 . m., r.o p. in., 8(8 p. ra
J:13p. m.,d&lly. 10:17 p.m. daily.
6:30 a. m., 8:10 a. m., 0:20 a. m., t:'M p. in.,
week-dayi looai. 8 p. in.,weelc-days.
6:00 p.m.. dally, looal.
WW. WlKOKIf Atrai
The New York Store
Starts Saturday With Ten Red Hot Specials
Special No. i Ladies $i and $1.50 Dresses 69c.
Special No. 2 1 and $1.50 Dress skirts 85c.
Special No. 3 1 Sample Waist 50c.
Special No. 4 25c and 50c Boy's Waist 15c.
Special No. 5 Si and $1.50 Muslin Underskirts 69c.
Special No. 6 Best Gingham Underskirts 39c.
Special No. 7 59c Muslin Underskirts 35c.
Special No. 8 $1 and $1.50 Children's White Dresses 50c.
Special No. 9 Children's 50c White Dresses 25c.
Special No. 10 50c Corset Covers and Drawers 25c
10 per cent, extra discount on any goods not advertised
NEW YORK STORE " s3
This Is For You!!
Cots, Camp Chairs, Swings, Canvas r
Lounging Chairs, Hammock Swings "
and the Telescope Cot Bed that fills
a long felt demand for a real com
fortable bed that is portable. : : : : :
MciLVAlN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. - Maysville, Ky.-
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Qaa 'Vork a Specialty.
UnudltVOnly theBoatot mutorinl. Dealer
in Brass Valvoa and Fittings, Gas Htovea
and Ranges, All Sues ot 8ewur Pipe.
S CLEAN UP! PAINT UP!
S FOR GOOD PAINT GO TO
STHE RYDER PAINT STORE S
Washburn's Enamel House Paint
5 The Most Reliable '
, . m
We Are the Leaders in M
5 PAINTS, WALL PAPEK AND GLASS B
It is seldom that we are so fortunate as to secure such
display ol'fashionable footwear at prices-so extremely lo
that will appeal to (he most particular dresser. Read your profits
in the following prices just a few of the many. bargains and reap
your benefits in this, the greatest of all value-giving organizations.
Ladies, here is an ideal shoe for summer
wear. The ppw Baby Doil Pump in white
canvas. Genuine hand turn soles. A $2 val
ue. Special $1.24
A new line of
ladies' latest styles.
Colonial Pumps, Two
Straps and Oxfords.
$3 values. Special
Misses' and Children's Patent Baby Doll
Pumps. Sizes 8 to 11 99c
Misses' sizes 11 to 2 $1.24
Children's Barefoot Sandals, sizes 6 to
Here you will find
great values in Ox
fords and Shoes. We
can show you a great
variety of new styles
in all popular leath
ers. $3.50 Shoes and
Men's Gun Metal and Elk Srioes. Special
Boys' Elk Scout Shoes will stand rough
wear. Special $1.24
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$2.49 I -4 ,
Boys' and Youths' Box Calf Shoes. All
sizes to SlA. A remarkable value. Special .99c
Men's 75c Tennis Oxfords in White and
Black. Soeclnl 49c