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1ST SECOND STREET; OPEN DAILY, 1 TO 9 P. M.
Five hundred of you visited the ELECTRIC COTTAGE in two days, and one of thorn a rainy day, and to each of you we extend a
cordial invitation to come again. We'll show you new things every time you come, and try to make each visit more pleasant than the last.
Eventually you will have your house wired, if it is not already, and now is the time to become familiar with the electrical equipment of the.home.
Meet your friends and together see how electricity warms the rooms-cools the rooms lights the cigars lights the house cleans the
carpets, floors, ceilings, books heats everything from the baby's milk to the range docs all the washing and ironing does the sewing
and hemming cooks all the things to live on makes you well when you are sick frighteus away the burglars in the night time.
NOTHING FOR SALE. PURPOSE OF COTTAGE STRICTLY ONE OF INSTRUCTION AND ENTERTAINMENT.
Electric Luncheon Served All Visitors
M ; MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX
J 1 (Wo furnished tho furniture)
GEISEL & CONRAD
(Wo furnished tho coffee) '
T. J. CURREY -
(I furnished the cottage) .
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
(Wo' furnished the flour)
McCLANAHAN & SHEA
(We furnished tho refrigerator )
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
(We also helped)
G. A. HILL & ORO.
(Wo wired the house)'.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. by Mr. Sam F. Dauglierly
(Wo furnished the If.c'y d n ot straiois and the idea)
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DAILY AT 1 P. M.
"A LEAF FROM THE PAST"
Spei'iul Two-Reel Kalom Feature.
"HER GRANDMOTHER'S WEDDING DRESS"
Edison Drama Featuring Bessie Learn
' THREE LITTLE POWDERS"
Bullett's Orchestra Afternoon and Night.
Gold Watch Given Away Tuesday Night
:UE IN AN
tf; ALL SIZES.
rank & Co.
The Coolest Place in Town.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
IN THOSE CATCHY SONGS
4 REELS OF GOOD PICTURES
Comina July 21s't Helen Gardner in
"THE PRINCESS OF BAGDAD"
In Eight Chapters.
Untlnno ....... 10'
NriKlit 10e and 35f
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buy it for what it does. That's why
irci is servant of more than 530,000.
iiho world's record for all 'round
lility. And it's the lightest t tho
-tho most economical car on. tho
sAnd don't forget the service
ninnbout; $650 for the touring car nml
town carf o. b. Detroit) cojn-
ent. Get cntnlog and particitlnrs
Varnire Co.. 112.11 1-110 Market htreet.
IIo may ho noar ho may he
far away, hut a good portrait of
you will surely he appreciated
and may bring ono in return.
Wo shall ho pleased to show
you our wido variety of styles
and mountings. An appointiucu
for a portrait will he optional
The Photographer la Your Town.
Col. W. II. Thomas of Burtoimllc,
President of tho "Old Settlors" Soduty
of MuSou and Lewis counties was in
.Iasvillu yesterday nieetiug hid old
. . RIVER NEWS.
River fi.fl feet, a slight rlso.
TAIB TODAY AND TOMORROW
AND CONTINUED WARM.
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country product), telephoned at
I) o'clock by the JE. Jj. Manchester l'ro
Old Hens 12c
Spring chickens .., "0c
Old roosters CIo
Cincinnati, July 17. Hog receipts,
.'I.:t00; market strong; paukors and
butchers, $9.109.20; common to choice,
MMiO8.10;'pigs and lights, 7.509.25;
sfags, $5.007.25. Cattlo rocoipts 700,
market steady, $3.0010.75. Shoop ro
celpts 0,G00; markot steady; lambs gou
orally lower, $?.008.25.
Butter stendy, eggs s toady, prime
ilrsts lOVio; firsts, 1410Mtc; secoudu,
X2o; poultry Bteady.
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Wheitatdaily WAmQVZlff Qrn.flrni,
Principal W. II. Humphrey of the
Ma.sillo Colored Schools left for
I.ouismIIq this morning where ho will re
main until next Tuesday.
Tho many frionds of Mrs. Holt Slack
will regret to learn that sho continues
ipiito ill at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Slack of West Third street.
Mrs. Albert Curry left Thursday for
her home in Maysvillo, after a pleasant
isit to her jiarouts, Mr. anil .Mrs. .1.
SV. Wheeler, on Hast Broadway. Win
i hoster Sun. .
SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS
Lightning Destroyed Barn of Thomas
Ellis and valuable Contents includ
ing Eight Acres of Wlioat and
The details of tho burning of tho new
barn of Mr. Thomas Hllis in Brown
County, Ohio, oppo.sito Springditlo, last
Monday, just camo in yesterday.
The barn was struck by lightning and
entirely destroyed together w.ith eight
acres of wheat which had just been put
in the barn awaiting threshing; a ndw
$70 wngnn, mowing machine, binder,
liny rnlo, wheat -drill, largo lot of to
baeco sticks and some hay.
Tho loss was eoinpleto and will reach
The same flash of lightning" struck the
lino home of .Mr. .lames Brookover, near
by and damaged tho 'entire eontonts.
but did not set anything on II to. "Mrs.
Brookover was rendered unconscious
and her two children also stunned.
Mr. Brookover 's loss is several linn
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISIN G
MAL"k HeFjP Colored man or woman
under 30 wanted. No experinco need
ed. $100.00 mouth. Write ip'uck.
Ho A-100, Cincinnati, Ohio.
HAS MOVED Woo Jun, proprietor of
tho Chinese laundry in Market street
on account of premises to bo torn
down has moved to 1 10 H. Third St.,
adjoining tho Donovan corner. All
laundry called for aud delivered.
WOO JUN. . JyOlm
IK)h RENT Plat of four rooms with
steam heat, water and bath on first
floor. Rent reasonable to family with
out children. MrS, II. O. Cray, East
Fourth street. IG-flt
FOR RpN'ivCottagot of four room s.
, Apply to M.rs, Win, Lally. Lindsay
. oLo,dilarf&JfallyyWrket sir gel
THINGS COMING PRESDDENT WIL
SON'S WAY IN MEXICO SO PAR
Monterey, Mm., July 17. That Pres
ident I'rancisco Carbajal is ready to
ield unconditionally to tho Coustitu
tionalists is evident by thu make up of
the special committee ho selected to con
fer with Cnrnuia, Constitutionalists of
lieials dccl.iro hero today.
Plrst Baptist Church.
"Homo Patriotism" is tho subject
that the pastor will discuss at morning
hour, ami " Piro Tried by Piro" will
bo preached upon at tho pvouing service.
Considering tho hot weather and va
cation season our Sunday School is do
ing good work, hut we cannot afford to
bo self satisfied; so let each regular at
tendaut seek to bring somo of tho uu
eulistod members 9:30 a. m. is tho
r B. Y. P. U. meeting nt 0:J.i p. m.
Tho entire public is invited to worship
with us, and enjoy good fellowship, good
music and a cool building.
II. B. WIIiHOVTC, Pastor.
WeoITetOne IlnurtrocJ Dollar. RetvarctforAuy
OH.eot Uatarrli thutoauuot be ourei) liy Il.ll'i
We, the uiulerslKUfd.liaveknowu l'.J.Oheuey
for tli latllliyi-ars.Hiiil believe hlmporfcotly lion-
Dmlilolimll buslutntrannhctlonr iiid duani-Ully
bt too.rry out imyoWltiatlou--inuiliiliy lilt ilrra.
Wil.DINII, Kinnan . Maiivis.
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IIAll'tO.tarr. Uutn ll i i li liiiitruiilly.itatlop
dlrectlyiipnuih1' '.-tl n.t imiir(HiM-(tb
tyitum I'f-'liiK mull-- iw I'rliw "5 oonti
pprliottle, hut 'yiillln..itiu
TWHlll'fch mi Plli.'i.' i. IIi niinu
nro now coming in
lutro plentiful and
. Icaa iu pricu. Lot us
lmvo your ordor to
duy aud wo will givo
you both tho differ
ence in price nuthqunl
J. C. CABLISH
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MOTORED OVER TO inQH BRIDGE.
SEWER WORK PROGRESSING
Mr. Kugono Merz, his wifo and her
two sisters, Mihses Gladys and Rosa
mond Holzmnu, and Mr. Merz's
neplicw, M!r. Mron Mors', motored over
to High Bridge, Ky., josterdny and re
port a most delightlnl journey. Mr.
Mer. drovo liis luachiiiQ the entire dis
tance, ISO miles without a puncture.
Thfe sen or under construction in Mad
(iox ivenue is Hearing completion. It is
not fcener.illy known that tho O. & O.
It. It. is finishing tho mouth of this
sewer at tho foot of Wall street. It
will probably cost tho O. & O. It. R.
about WOO. but then the railroads nover
no things by lml ws.
5 All Snmmer fiooils Are Offered I
At Sacrifice Prices
Voiles, Crepes, Lawns, etc. at ioe. All ical Bargains.
Also specials at 15c, 19c and 25c a yard. Worth from
25c to 49c.
Knibroidered Voiles ven very cheap.
Klouncings of all kinds Jleatly reduced.
Lovely embroidered Crepe Voiles, 40 inches wide, 50c a
yard. Just half price.
49c buys lovely Foulard Silks. Most of them were 85c.
In suit lengths. ,
Our Messalines, Crepe de Chines, etc. are sold at a posi
tive saving to you.
Best line of hosiery iu town, 10c to $1.50 a pair.
Best 25c hosiery on earth, for men, women and children.
Housefurnishiug Goods at bargain prices.
August styles are here. Designer, best fashion book, 10c.
ROBERT L H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
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Get a Lot More Than: ;
n H T.
Your Money's Worth
h; You always do in a Hart Scbaffner &;
ft Marx suit, but right now there's still a big-!
ger chance to profit. We've made these;
j good clothes still a greater value for youj
j;by reducing the price on all Spring Goods,!
Now is the time for you to buy a;
Straw Hat. Big reductions on them now.;
t And when considering buying shoes!
IE you must not forget that our Orossetts and'
Stetsons are the best in town.
THE5 MAN, Sicoml anil Market Streets.
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