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UTTI.G BROWN COW.
(Rooevelt drlaka milk to excess.-
It I bad a cow that gave each milk
I'd dross her In tbo (host Bilk.
I'd feed bor on tbe choicest bay
And milk her fifty times a day.
Ht, be, ha. You and me,
Til have a third cup of coffee.
Ha, ha, ba. You and me,
Little brown cow, how I love theel
Today is County Court day.
The offerlog for Missions yesterday given
by the Christian Cburcb Sunday school amount
ed to about $130.
R. C. NASH
Home and Sign l'Mutlng. Satisfaction ituar-aaleed.
Swat the Fly
Or. better still, don't let
him in. He's a mennco to
your health and comfort. Let
us ecrecn your hotiBe for you.
We Iiavc a splendid line of
doors and windows; also,
ftcreen by the yard.
Keep Your Lawn Prelly
A little care now will reap
wonders later on. Our Lnrvn
Mowers are so easy that a
child can run thorn. You
will need, too, a Kuke and
Hoe. Come in and let us
show you what a nice line of
garden and lawn tools wp carry
Don't Forget That we
And that we have a line of Buggies
any taste and pocket hook.
ilirt. D. K. Fee Is visiting her brother, Mr.
James Rogers of Pittsburgh, Pa.
. Mr. RlmnrThnmntnn and Mr Pharlns Ilonner
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wi:. to to mns.tvy ,iouay to accept po)iuon.
Mr. Robert Porrino arrived Sundty night
from St. Louis to attend tbe funeral of his
father, Ur. Robert Perrine.
lire. Maude Puckett and Miss Myrtle Thomp
son of Louisville aro guosts of Captain and
lit 1. 1). It. Thompson of Forest avenue.
Ur. Denis F. Shanabtn of Covington, Va ,
arrived Sunday morning to ottond the funeral
of bis father-in-law, Ur. Robert I'errlne.
Ur. Walter Hanly, one of UaysvUlo's
brightest youDg men U at homo from Stato
University to eijty his vjcatbn with bis
George Juller, printer of the fashionable
Queen City Club of Cincinnati, OhlOj was here
to spend Sunday with his wife, who Is attend
ing her aick sister, Miss KITie Jackson.
Ur. Don T. Cox, a versatile Uayavllle boy,
now in tho Qiartermaster'd service, II. S. A.,
Ii here for a visit to bis slater, Mrs. Dr. De
Witt ('. rrnnklin, nod his scores cf boyhood
V Ur, Kaymond rjullon and wire or Middle
town, 0 , bave returned borne, aftor being
called to the bodolde of tholr aunt, Mrs. Effle
Jackson, bo hag Leon lerloml III, but Is Im
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Buster Brown Bread
all varieties of FRESH VEGETABLES. Sond uo
and get th beat.,
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports eliowtlio steady
output o( coal during tbo last few
years hna made the dealers push for
wider markets, We aro going to get
more trade your trado by giving
yon a greater value lor your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
p3t Cartmell extracts teeth without pain.
Ladies, have you seen
We can give you tho
names of some delighted
owners. Gome in and let us
demonstrate its good points
to you. Either foot or water
aro Headquarters for
FARMER NEEDS !j
of style, finUh and price to fit j
Miss Mollie Hord U visiting her brother, Ur.
Oscar Hord In tbe county.
Mrs. Ellen DIoom of Norwood, 0., Is visiting
rdatlvea and friends here.
Urs. Richard T. Anderson of Lexington is
vlsltlog Ufss Florence Rogers of Sutton street.
Mr. Emmett Perrino of Chicago will arrlvo
today to attend tbe funeral of his father, Ur.
Mrs. W. E. Lano and ton. Anna Millman
and daughter, Wynems, are aro guest of Mre.
Pun Flauhor of Ripley, 0.
Ur. Alton Farnswortb, grandson of Judgo
and Urs. J. L. Whltaker, roturned to hie homo
In Scrnnton, UIss., Saturday be having finished
bis school studies horc.
BRICK COMPANY QUITS
Bio Maysvillo Concorn to Dissolve
Operations Dull Trado
Tho Spahr Pressed Drlck Co., ono of tho
largest brick making concerns In the South,
decided Saturday to q'jlt business bore on ac
count of competition In surrounding towns
cutting profits to a loss.
Tbe plant bore will bo sold, The stock
holders aro Uessrs. A. 0. Spahr, E. A. Robin
son, Samuel M. Uall and Mrs. U Izi S. Sjuhr.all
of this city.
Tho company was capitalized at $100,000,
and the entire plant will be put up at public
auction sale in this city on August ICtb,
It has been doing business hero for more
than ton yoars, and the closlpg down of this
Induitry will throw a scoro or more of em
ployes out of work.
PttHM? wMm iiiiiliiiiwnaiiil timuuny sJhm mOm atom mil aH VamS0
Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, Stone's Silver Slice
Cake, Home-Grown Strawberries, Buster
Brown Bread, Kar-a-van Coffee and Fresh
Vegetables daily. ::::::::::
The Quality Grocer. T ( f'ARTT(sH
Masonic Temple Bldfl. v. VADLlOJQ
Tell 8 that tbey Bave money
us, and you can do the Bamo. Ono cualomer said that bo saved $1 on a sin
gle wngon load. Tho saving to you will be in tbe earns proportion. Try
us on your next order. We bave a large stock of Barn Timbers, Bridging,
Siding, Fencing, &i nnd wo will cheerfully take care of your orders, largo or
small, and in anythiug in tbo way of Building Materials and Paints. A
square deal to all at
Got. Limestone and Second
loonls for Doering Machinery.
a. a. Mclaughlin.
See display of Ware Ever, from mine to home
at Scba'zxnnn llros
New Live Stock Inspector
Col. William Mitchell succeeds tho lata
Robert Perrine as County Mvo Stock Inspector,
he having been appointed this morning by
County Judge Rice; sureties: J. D. Durrett and
J. 0. Jefferson.
Confederate Memorial Day
This nflornoon at 2 o'clock Dasil Duko Chap
ter, U. D. C will gather at tho Mnyaville
Cemetery and nfter a Bhort prayer by Rev. R.
L. Dunn, tho graves of the Confederate heroes
will bo garlanded with flower?.
The customary exercises and dinner will be
omitted this year.
Children's Day Exorcises
The Chlldron's Day exorcises nt tho CLrlitiin
Church last evening were attended by a largo
and appreciative audionce and tho program as
prepared and rendered by tbe youog folks of
tbo Pusdsy School was highly enjoyed by nil.
At the Third Streot U. K. Church tbo Child
ron'd Day program, always on enjoyable feoturo,
last night was even more elaborately rendered.
Tbe music at both. Church ta was appropriate
COLORED HIGH SCHOOL
Interesting Exorcises To Mark the
Annual Commencement June 12
Tho Maysvillo Colored High School Com.
mencement will be held at Washington Opera
House on Wednesday evonlng, June 12th.
This year's graduates are: Mary G. Fullor,
Courteney C. Williams, Deatrico Jackson, Gil
bert Duncan, Elizabeth H. Yates nod JamtB
Tbo commencement address will be delivered
by tbe Rev. J. S. Bailey, Superintendent of
Mnyaville M. B. Conferenco.
Robort Porrino Expired Saturday
Night On Street Friends
Shortly before 7 o'clock last Saturdayovenlng
this city was shocked by tbe announcement
that Mr. Robert Perrine, a prominent Mason
county farmer and County Live Stock Inspector,
had died very suddenly at the corner of Second
and Market streets, while Ihtcnlng to a band of
music and talking with a party of friends.
He bad attended tbe ball game In the after
noon and waa seemingly In his usual health,
when without a word or an outcry he sank to
the eidownlk and explrod.
Dr. Austin Qilgley happened to be near
when Mr. Perrino dropped to the sidewalk, but
when he reached him ho was dead.
Deceased was married twice; bis first wife
being Miss Susie Shaw of Ripley. After her
death be married Miss Mollie Bacon, who also
dloi a number of years ago.
Four children by his first wife survive two
sons and two daughters Robert of St, Louis
and Emmett of Chicago; Mrs. Bon Pickett of
Minerva and Mrs. Dennis F. Shanahan of Cov
Oao brother, Squlra John J. Perrine, and ono
sister, Mr p. John Burgos?, survlvo and tbey aro
tbe last older mombers of tho family.
The remains wero taken to tbe homo of bis
niece, Mrs. Harry B. Owens, In West Second
street, whore tbo funeral will bo held this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In chargo of Rev.
W. W. nail.
Tbe Interment will tako place lo the old
Perrine Ceraotery on Tuckaboo.
Mr. Perrino rasda hid home lu this city at
tbe Whitehall Hotel for tho past year, having
retired from farming, v
Ho waa'Conoty Live Stock Inspector and was
a member of a prominent and wealthy Mason
on the LUMUEIt tbey purcbaso from
Sttccts. 'Phone 519,
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FAHt AND WAKMEU TODAY
Tho wedding of Tom Thumb nnd Jennie June
will ttiko place at tbe First Raptttt Church
on Friday evening, Juno 7th at at o'clock.
Lexington's new theater will be ono of tho
most modern In tho South, will bo four stories
hl(h and will cost Jl.W.OOO. J. U. Unjoin is
backlog the venture.
An Inventory and appraisemoot of tbe or
eonal estate of William O'Coonell, amounting
to ?87G.21, was produced in Cocrt and
Soft beautiful body, lustrous finish and ircat vari
ety are the features of this special lot of silk ribbons
Selling at 25c.
Dresdens, stripes, two-toned fancies, plain taffeta
and moire in many colors.
Also a special lot of attractive ribbons for 19c
Each line is the best we havt; ever oflered at the price.
For windows, doors, ruffled counterpanes, itc Au
excellent reproduction of Scotch Madras at one-fourth
the price. Art designs in color on ecru background.
19c and 25c Yard.
Burloy Warehouse at Maysvillo
Tho Committee of tbo Burley Society meets
at Lexington today to discuss Important mat
ters, among them being pUns for looso
leaf warehouses at central points where they
aro deemod necessary, such as at Frankfort,
With this announcements want to say that we have BEAUTIFUL WHITE DRESSES
in embroidered lace and lawn ready to wears as well as all kinds of beautiful materials for
WHITE HOSIERY for Ladies and Children in the better as well as moderate priced ones.
WHITE GLOVES, in Silk and Kid, WHITE SHOES and WHITE OXFORDS all await
ing your selections.
Some pretty WHITE FANS and PARASOLS make nice presents lor graduating girls.
New styles in WHITE BAGS and PERSIAN IVORY JEWELRY.
Hand Crochet COLLARS, new, today, 35c to 98c.
Shop now while the weather is pleasant at
See notice of dissolution of Spbar Drlck Co.
Memorial Services af'Washinnton
The Catholics of Uason county held their
annual memorial services at tho Washington
Catholic Cemetery Sunday, which wero largely
attended. Rev. Father Alexander of Cincin
nati preached the memorial sermon under a
canopy. A choir from St. Patrick's Church of
this city rendered tho music.
"Crawfordji Southern Show" which pitched
Its tents on tho Hjst Und ball park lot Friday
afternoon and gave two pcrformacos up to
Saturday Dllit, wa? tied up Saturday by tho
Italian bind with tbe aggregation which
wanted its pay. Thoro wero other numerous
chirm fl'ed against tho show. It Is bMII here
and wo understand it will give performances
this afternoon nnd tight.
So.no say It Is tho toit little circui ever
ID- KCEOKEIISra-ER. Sa OO.'S
Since we added Men's and Boys' Shoes lo our other departments there have -been more $5 and $G
shoes sold in Maysvillo than Maysvillo shoo merchants ever dreamed could be sold. "It's quality people
look for nowadays." Our experience in other lines taught this to us.
In connection with our higher price shoes wo also carry $3, $3.50 and $1 qualities. Every pair at
these prices guaranteed to give satisfactory wear.
If you havo not worn shoes with the '"l'arsic" toe you have not worn tho most comfortablo shoo that
is made. Ak those that wear them.
Hnnnn. Nptth'tnn. Wnlkovpr, Barker Brown nnd Douglas. Nn more need bp said.
D. HBCHINGER & CO.
A metaod of planting eyelashes and eye
brows hsB been developed bva French surgoon.
Chief of Police Ort, who wont to Heights
town, Ind , to bring back Claude Ham, on a
felony charge, returnod empty-handod, as Ham
had (lew de coop.
Shelby villo, Eminence, Carrollton, and possibly
Maysville, will be submitted.'
It is believed that Burley pool membora may
expect the beginning of a final distribution on
or about July 15th. It will take five or six
weeks to close nil accountR and mail out
I All -Cash
Police Judgo Whitakor waa a business vis
itor In Cincinnati Saturday.
Cashier Austin Smith of the Uonroo, Ohio,
National Dank motorod over to Kentucky Fri
day for a visit to his parents, Dr. and Urs.
F. M. Smith at Dover, and thenco with his
mother for a visit to relatives at Mlllersburg
and Lexington returning lato Saturday eve
ning via this city, where tbey took supper
with 'J re. A. F. Curran, Urs. Smitld cousin,
leaving at 7:30 for Dover.
A largo stock to select from. Colgate's, Palmer's, Men
nen's, Williams', Lehn & Fink, Johnson's all leading
M. F. WSLLSAMS &
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Electric lights aro to be Installed In one of
the oldest nnd most famous Hindu temples In
Mitfs Irene Kehoo is now on tho road to
rocovery and is alio to go about, which will be
good nowa to her scores of friends.
The wearer of a Warner Corset is
comfortable. They are the corsets
guaranteed to fit and to wear not
to rust, break or tear. We can
fit the young girl as perfectly as we
can the matron. There is no line
of corsets so thoroughly reliable
the range covers styles for all fig
ures. Wc will be glad to show
you a corset for your daughter as
well as for yourself.
50c to $3.
checks after tho final distribution Is ordered.
With tho beginning of July 1st a new Bales
campaign for 1012 will be mapped out for the
Burloy Tobacco Company's finished products
and this, it is Bald, will Include extensive ad
vertising. Time is
nl r JU fcmf Viiiif
Local Editor George W. Oldham of Tub
Public Ledobr loft for Covington Saturday
afternoon, whoro he will spend a week with
bis wife and marrlod children In that city and
In Cincinnati. "Unelo" Goorge has heon need'
log a rest and his many frlnndi hopo to seo
him alio. k. when he returns to his nowa
TILES CUIIKD IN 0 TO 14 days
YoiirdruRRlstwIll refund money II PAZOOINT
Mi:NT falls to cure any case of Itching, Mind
Weeding or Protruding I'llct In 6 to II (lr. 60o
'Big Drugstore With
tho Little Price."
Maysville's Loadinn Clotninn and
Knights of St. John at Maysvillo
At the Grand Commnndery meeting, Knights
of St. John, held In Newport Sunday week, It
was derided the next bi annual meeting In
May, 11)14, will be held in this city. Attor
ney James M Collins was elected Judge Adro
cato of the organization.
For Pure Food Groceries
(and Good Globe Stamps
Try Maysville's Reliable Gro
cer, C. 0. CALUOUN.
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Queen Quality Shoes
Regals for Men
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