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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, ion.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
a. 'J.X voblio r.KDaxu-tan
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Somo talk of Retlfern or of Worth,
But xxhen you call tho roll
Of ladles ' tailors, first on earth
1a cnpablo Old Sol.
Tho feats lie tries you must allow,
Would staler any man.
Ho's busy turning out right ow
A million coits of tan.
'Mr. John Caldwell of East Second
street was taken to tho hospital jester
day with an aggravated case of neu
ralgia. 'THE GRAND " BLEW UP AT
v "Tho firnnd" movilig picture theater
closed its doors last week at Flemings
burg,1 nfter dropping a couple of thou
sand in the discard.
This leaves "Tho Princess", owned
by Mr. Edward Breee of this city in
sole (fossenrsion of the movie field there.
f DRIVING WAGONS !
B Too many of them
Must be turned into Money at
5 Here's a chance to get a buggy
at your own price.
S MIKE BROWN,
S SDUARE nEAT MAN.
Beginning to need rain again.
SHIPPED FINE MULES.
Mr. W. E. Wells of East Second St ,
jesterday shipped three good mules to
Mr. II. L. Cabell, of Charleston, W. V.
PROF. KIN6 GOES HIGHER
Ex-Maysvillo Man and President Ken
tucky Educational Association
Elected Supt. Newport
Prof. W. P. King, head of tho Bbllo
vuo public schools, was, Monday night,
chosen superintendent of thf
Nowport public schools. While- many
educators wore applicants for tho posi
tion it was not knowu that Prof. King
nsprted for the Newport ollico and his
election comes in tho nature of a sur
priso to teachers and others in Now
port. Beforo election tho five eommis
slbiior.s caucused and Membors Caroth
ors and Kyle agreed to support Prof
Evans, now in cliargo of tho Newport
High school. At the regulir mooting,
.which followed, Prof. King received
.three votes, President Friekniau, Mem
bors Herman and Hchweikert. A lettei
from Prof. Otis flames, elected to the
position three weeks ago, in which he
declined to accept the supcrintctidency
wa.s read. Prof, King was elected for
two. years! and at the end of that time
he may bo chosen for another term. Ho
has been In chargo of tho Bollcvuo
schools for six years. Ho is a grad
unto of tho University at fleorgotown,
Ky.( and is president of tho Kentucky
Prof King is now visiting his mother
A RARE BARGAIN
Wm have atcurod a f4 mi
EXTRA FANCV APRICOTS,,
Marlnella Emporium is now open in
room 128 First Nattinal Bank Building.
Miss Ann McDouglo hns gone
f?r n visit with Miss Alary Jopltn nl
Winona Lake, I nil.
' "A PRINCESS OF BAGDAD
Tho Pastime played yesterday after
noon and night to capacity houses ami
tho S-reol movie, "A Princess of Bag
dad" drew llk"bn housoa-flro. Helen
flanlner was "It" in tho titlo rolo
and tho show made n big hit.
Mr. Kolth received a check for $8.
HUH) for the cattle.
THOMAS A. KEITH SELLS 08 HEAD
OF SHORTHORN CATTLE.
Bryant & Kirk purchased 03 short
horn cattlo from Presidieiit Thomas A.
Keith of tho First National Bank, same
being raised on his Tuckahoo farm.
This bunch of cattlo worn driven
through Third street this morning and
were about the prettiest lot of market
able steers seen for many years.
They averaged l.tCO pounds each, in
weight, and tho price was 8:Ji cents per
Miss Madclino Aldrich returned honij
yesterday from Lexington, wheio she
has, been visiting friends.
Miss Sophia Traxcl and niece, Miss
Esc.ilino, of this city loft yesterday to
isit relatives iu Charleston, W. Va.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY SLATTERY
Hon. Thomas D. Slattery of Co ington
and Maysville, tho new IT. S. Court Dis
trict Attorney was in Maysville yester
day on business and greeting his host of
friends. Thomas will never get away
from tho habit ot being a "Muysville
Man" and ono of tho best of the brand
GETTING TOGETHER '
Declares Chairman Bennott "Swing
Back to a. O. P. Victory Is On,"
Reports received from practically ev
ery section of Kentucky show that Re
publicans are manifesting much interest
in tho senatorial primary to bo hold on
Saturday, August 1. Many loaders pre
dict that Richard P. Ernst of Covington
will easily land the Republican nomina
tion for United States senator. "Mr.
Ernst is vory popular throughout the
Stuto," snid a prominent Republican.
His candidacy will appeal strongly
to tho business in on of Kentucky. Ho
has a,lwnys had many warm trieiids
among tho working boys of Covington.
On many occasions ho has been uu in
fluontial factor 'in assisting them in
making their relations with their em
ployors pleasant mid profitable.
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW !
Ifyou are contemplating building n home or a house for an investment, uow
is the time to place your order, We lnxe the largest stdck ot all Tdntls of build
ing material that call be found in Northeastern Kentucky and lime large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted this large
supply nl a price very near cosi ot production and we are in position to give you
the advantage of this good p.irchuse. Place xoui order now or let inrgive you" au
estimntc 011 your requirements, jou will then leave your order with Majsville's
Foremost Lumber Yard.
The IHason Lumber Go. "-
Cor. Socond and Limostono Sts. Phone 519. MAVStlLLE, KV.
A. A. McLaughlin.
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EDISON HORN TYPE PHONOGRAPHS
2 1 Grade with 12 Records for 15.
B $28 Grade with 12 Records for $22. g
M Many other .styles. See show window display. g
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN-I
Yo Scribe met "Cousin" (ioorgo
Wood yesterday and 111 the course of 1
few remarks he said that he was sixty
.veins old today, didn't have a dollar,'
h.id rhcumatibiu wore than "Ij" and
was as happy as a .luuo. lm'. '
Hero's hopi!' "Cousin" George that
on the next unniersary jou will have
more moiiev lesx of the ills that flesh
1 heir to, and continued happiness,
J Now is the time to do your wall papering and J
H painting. Come in. Wo can show ym just what
j you need. "We have a full line of all Papers,
m Paints, Knainels, Ktt See our lino before buying. S
S DlinMn .iei
W 1 num. 1J4.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams of Frankfort,
are tho guests of Mr. John Adams on
(ieorgo Fitzgerald, Bobert Ilooflich
mid Cecil Sharp xxill attend a dance ut
Paris this evening.
Kill tor Hiram Duley of the Flemings-
mirg Times Democrat xvas circulating in )
.lns 1II0 yesterday.
Jerome Millikin, who is xisiting hi
aunts, the Misses Berry on West Second
street is improxing iu Ins health.
Mrs. Gci). W. Oldham of Cincinnati is
xisitmg at the- homo of Mr. P. W.
Wlieeier in West Second street.
Mr. Charles Oalbraitli, one of Oer
mantown's substantial farmers xxas 11
business xisitor in this city yesterday.
Mr. nml Mrs. John Crane left yester
day to attend tho annual caiupiueeting
at Ruggles and xxill occupy a cottage.
Mr. Hubert Stolworthy, of Waluut
Hills, Cincinnati, is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. (leorge Dodson, of East Third
Miss Margaret Oevlne returned home
jesterday from Philadelphia, where she
has been visiting her brother, Mr. F. J
Mrs. J. C. Cablish ami son, Homer,
hnvu returned from Cincinnati xvlioro
they liavo been visiting for several
Miss Sallio N. Curtis loft Tuosdv
morning for Limn, Ohio, to see her
niece, Mrs. J, T. Van Wert, xvlio i"
Mr. Henry Ifelmer returned yesterday
from Winona Lake, Ind., xvhero ho has
been attending the Presbyterian Young
Box'. George- 'W. Buntou nnd family
of Covington motored to Epxvorth,
to attend the campniceting.
They will remain until August 1.
Mrs. John Schntzmnnn of Cincinnati
arrived yeotorday to visit her father,
Mr. A. Laubley, and sister, Miss Louise
Laubloy, 011 Hast Forest avenue.
Mrs. A. Q. Blnylock of Olovelnnd, O.,
and Mrs. F. W. Sweiding of Chicago,
aro visiting their mother nnd aunt, Airs.
J, 1. .and Mnrthn Ward of Mayslick.
Mr. and Mrs. Bovcu D, Coro will leave
Thursday for Old Sweet Springs to
spond a month at that fnmo.is rosort In
tho Alleglinney mountains of Virginia.
Mrs. Margaret 32. Schrolhor anil little
granddaughter nTO hero fromi Ports j
mouth to spend soyoral wpeOts -with hor
L. N. Bkhan.
Mr. L. T. Fox of Dover was in Maj i
,MlIo jesterday. He is whooping it up
' for the 15 cent special school tax to bo
. voted 111 the Doer district and sas the
I tnx is suro to enrry.
Tho Trustees of tho B. P. O. Ulks
wish every member to bo present Wed
nesday excning at "::!0 o'clock. Bus.
ncss of the greatest importance to be
P 0. SMOOT, R. IS
W. It. SMITH, Sec.
frwr ntm rini
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Choice of any suit or silk- dross 10.00. WV
wont use space to talk about tlioiu because if you
are interested you will come in and the garments
themselves speak louder than words.
Dresses With a Price-Change
Kvory lingerie dress in stock is included in this
price re-adjustment. The $().f0 dresses are $4.50.
The $7..r)0 dresses are sfi."i.r0. Come in, you will find
it much more satisfactory to actually compare
prices with dresses, than merely to read about
At reduced prices nothing charged, reserved
Misses Jessica and Mario Itains left
today for Cincinnati en route to Boston
from xxhoro they go to West Harwich,
Capo Cod, to remain for tho summer re
turning September first by steamer to
GIVE ME THE
Ah, how our telephone did ring yostorday.
Jwerybudy wanted to know what waa tho big surpriso we are going to offer in
CLEAN SWEEP SALE-s
WHICH STARTS SATURDAY JULY 25th
No, indeed, wo never
It will contain tho whole story in ono continuous re.il.
OUR STORE WILL CLOSE FRIDAY AT
4 P. M. TO PREPARE
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Circuit Court Clerk James B. Key
was in Cincinnati yesterday on business.
Surrenders Ohio Stato Leaguo Fran
chise Poor Attendance Alleged
Huntington, W. Va., July 21. At a
meeting between tho officials of tho
Huntington club of tho Ohio State
League President Read and Secretary
Carr, held hero tonight, the Huntington
club gave up its franchise.
It was stated that the players will
get their full salaries. Tho leaguo has
$1,000 forfeit money placed with of
fiylals to guarantee finishing the season.
It is tho general opinion that Ironton
will take the franchise. The reason
for Huntington surrendering tho fran
cliiso h said to bo poor attendance.
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D. HECHINCEB & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
A GENEROUS HELP ALL AROUND
The glorious rains this country was favored with during the past week has infused new
life not only in the growth of everything" in the soil, but also into Maysv He's mercanti e busi
ness. Doubtless every merchant in our city, as well as ourselves, has been favored with a
decided improvement in trade. Aside from the favorable weather conditions helping us, our
price reductions on all of our Spring Suits is a great factor to move them. Agpin, we have a
fresh supply of Palm Beach Suits, these will bi the last of the season people" who know say
our $7.50 Palm Beaches are the best values in the State.
Remember the 29th. is Auto Hay. Pay accounts and qnt tickets.
FOB SALE BELLSMITII STUDIO.
Best nnd oldest established Photo
graph (lallery 111 Cincinnati, Ohio Must weeks, left for his homo yester.lax from Dr. Taulbec, is greatly improved
sell at once. Now open for inspection. I morning. Mr. 1'iank accompanied him'cd and is back in'his roomsat the Cen
Apply to W. W. Schxvaab, First N'a as far as Cincinnati where they spent tral Hotel where ho will be pleased to
tional Bank Building, Cincinnati. I the day sight seeing I seo his friends.
In yesterday's County Court Robert
Broxxn, Jack Coughliu and Con Stoxeu
sou xvcro appointed appraisers of the
I estate of Bridget Ciooney, deceased.
told anybodyk Wo simply said
MRS. OALANTY GOT ELECTRIC
Mrs. M. dnlanty of West Second
street, was awarded tho electric iron
given away by the Maysville Oas Com
pany at the "Electric Cottage" special
Another olectric iron will be given
uwny next Saturdiy.
says that it's a crime for a woman to grow old anil haggard looking.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM
will slop you from coinniiting a crime. Nuff Sed.
We are agents for the Model Laundry and would like for you to give
us your laundry.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. TIIESns8TFREET
Mr Joicph Yancey, of Owenton,
Ovm'ii Count,), who lias been the guest
of Mr. deorire H. Frank for sex oral
Mr. George II. Frank for sex era!
Short lengths hurrying out! Black silk, col
ored silks, white silks, printed silks, tub silks dress
and waist patterns Hying out at new little prices
before summer ends.
Dozens of kinds.
ICveiy silk suitable for midsummer frocks and
blouses even better. Some of the silks arc what
will be used by fashionable folk in the fall. Prices
cut about one-half.
Mrs. William Whito of iJastT Second
street was hurriedly summoned to the
death bed of her mother, Mrs. Vaughn
Schwartz, near Sirdis, Her death xvas
caused by a stroke of paralysis, She
I xvas in her 57th year.
Tho Rev. Dr. John Barbour return
ed homo yesterdaj. Tho doctor mar
ried Mr. Charles Wright and Miss
Woodward at the Phoenix Hotol in Lex
ington, then went to Atlanta, da., where
ho married his son Phillips Tj'lor Bar
hour and Mrs. Wilcox, and lost Sunday
preached to his old congregation in
Birmingham. A pretty good week's
work this hot weather.
Col. Buclner A Wallmgford who has
been recuxini: treatment for exo trouble
I at Wilson Ilnsmtal for snver.il wppIch
Tho txvo little Misses Molloy, daugh
ters of former Pastor J. C. Molloy of
the Central Presbyterian Church, xvi!l
arrive today from Columbia, Tonn., tp
isit xvith thoir grandfather, Col. E. A.
, Robinson of East Second stroot.
FOR THE SALE
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