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Thsra lived a man Id our town
Who ol trays used a knife,
Bat. ltd to ear. one luckless day
Ho almost took bit life.
There Hvfd a man In our town
Whose meats would ne'er begin,
Until be bad hit napkin tucked
Denoath hla donblo chin.'
There lived a man In our town,
Who when be ate hie aoup,
Uade such strange noises, that folks thought
Tho poor soul had the croup.
Miss Llllle Dtrtrum pf Portsmouth, Ohio,
formerly of Maysville, was ontertalaed at the
glioma of Mr. and Urs. J. Goodman of Scioto.
villa Sunday (a honor of her seventeenth
birthday. Among the numerout gifts was a
bsndaome cold bracelet. All reported a flno
ktlme and wUhed Miss Lllllo many returns of
-the happy day.
It's a Bison
3 See It at the Pastime tonight.
I Specialties !
Ice Cream Freezers,
And 250 of the nicest
You ever saw. Style, finish and price to suit.
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Miss Isabel Adair Is spsndlng the week In
Mia Jhllfi Kto.ra i lnttlnir it Mr. Omar
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'Uoown a ana attending too unautaqua.
Ur. A. 0. Taylor la home from a two
JwVeks visit with friends la New York City.
Ulia Ada Calhoun of Cincinnati was the
.guest of the Misses Hall of Forest avenue
fr Mr. anil Ur. Nelson llrf.tlnn have returned
home, after a very enjoyable visit to Chlcnjo
1 Mrs. J. It. Foxwortby and brotber, Mr.
Oe&rgo Kelly, of Ut. Carmel, were guests of
Mlis Myrtle Crane Sunday.
Mr. McAtee of Flemlngsburg and nephew,
Master Lindsay Dudley, are here visiting rela
tives attending tbe Chautauqua.
Foreman Edward Swisher of The Ripley Bse
was In Uayavllle Saturday and Sunday visiting
bis brother. Mr. Walter Swisher,
' Ut, and Mrs. Ed. Hull and Mlsa Ellen Ch'ld:
''of the Esat End attended tbe dedication of tbe
,'Cbrlstlaa Church at Tollesloro Sunday,
Mrs. John II. Murray and daughter, Miss
Dona Flttgerald, left yesterday for Lexlng
foa on a-vlslt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
,'V - Mrs. Uenry Ort of West Third street, who
,h'a's been vsry 111 for several days, was slightly
PVTade bv Heinz and U a
Wfi asjc70 to try
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show (be Bteady
output of coal during the last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
moro trade your trade by Riving
you a greater valuo for your money,
You will never get out ol debt unices
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE GOAL GO.
Pr When needing dental work call on Cartmoll.
Meat & Food Choppers
Monday morning about 10:45 o'clock a
young lady residing p East Third street lost
her purse on the street between the Post-office
and Market street. She discovered her loss
In a few minutes and Immediately retraced bor
steps, but the purse could not be found. It
was picked up by someone, and as the party
may be known, he should ret dm tho parse and
money to tbli office at once.
Louisville and Cincinnati
houses Again Trying
to A "holding company" of Louisville baa se
cured a one-half Interest In G of the 7 loose
leaf tobacco warebouaos at Lexlogton nod will
operate tbem next fall. A "holding company"
I j nothing In the world but a trust. The farm
ers cannot get away from truita unless they
sell tbelr tobacco exclusively on the home mar
ket. Cyotblana Democrat.
True as gospel. It was only a few years
ago that tho warehouse trust of Cincinnati
and Louisville absolutely had tho tobacco
farmera and country buyers at thslr mercy
and they made millions of dollars In sxcessive
fees and squei-zlng prices down to what they
pleased. liy the combination of ths growers
this was stopped and tho warehouse sharks
temporarily put out of business, but by rscent
development the warehousemen an agata com
ing to the front by Luylng up the loose leaf
houses In Kentucky. If this buying cam
paign io successful the farmers are going to
Buffer for it.
The only salvation for the growers Is for
tbem to stick together.
crenuine CREAM Soup,
u Simply delicious.
fiEISEL & CONKAD
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MAYSYIIiLE, KY TUESDAY, JULY
Stfar, Only IBcPfr Box
Try a packngo in your next order. Minced Collops, n can ol
pure tnent, on Dutch Huska makes n fine breakfast dish,
Only lCc per can,
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bitty.
And ol our own make, We aro nowjin position to givo you most any kind ol
n lloor that you Bhould want, Wc can furnish flooring mado from OAK,
rOI'LAU.f'INE, ASH, BEECH or BLACK WALNUT, or from any of our
NATIVE WOODS, and nt reasonable prices, 8omo as low ns $2 per hun
dred. For something fancy let ua make you n QUARTERED OAK floor, you
will be proud of it. Finish your beat room with oak. You can get it at
THE AfASOAf LUMBER GO.
Gov, Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phono 519m
Agents for Doering Machinery. Maysvlllc, Ky.
A. A. McIjAUGIIMN. Ij. N. BIOIIAN.
Mrs. Mary C Thomas and daughter, Miss
Ruth Thomas, who have been residing at Dallas,
Texas, for Bsveral months, will arrive home
tomorrow and will again take up tholr resi
dence at tbelr homo In Drldge street.
Maysville Chautauqua Sure to
Leave High Moral Impress
on This Section
Judge Kavanagh Lays Baro
Iniquities of Courts and
The first meeting of the Maysvillo' Chau
tauqua closes with this evonlnjt'd program and
from every viewpoint it hai been a magnifi
cent buccojj, except that tho hoc office re
ceipts were not what they should have been;
and, too, tbe unfavorable weather at times
curtailed the attendance. Ilovevtr. the
public, which Is the final judge, asye this
Chautauqua was eo excellent that Maysville
la eager and willing to adopt "the Chautauqua
Idtta" as the annual summer event, and In 1911)
It is hoped and expected that the nesting will
have double the patronage of this season's.
Tbe tickets are being rapidly subscribed for.
Yesterday's program, though- retarded by
tbe rain, mud and threatening weather con
ditions was fully and successfully carried out.
Her. Daoforlh's lecture recital "The Fasalng
of the Third Floor Hack," was a gem; and the
"Strollers Quartet" and "Rapid Firs Magic" by
wizard Edward Keoo, delighted two good
The featuro of the program, however, was
the talk of Jude Marcus A. Kavanagh of
Chicago, whose-subject was "Traitors to
It wss unfortunate that cvory man in this
community jatfb is In any mannor concerned
with tho law, with tbe lawyers or. with jury
duty, could not have heard this masterly ex
position of tha weak points in the modern
practice, enforcement and adjudication cf the
Stato and Federal statutes. -
Judge Kavanagh is a jurist of long experi
ence In tha Chicago courts and ho baa a
nation-wide reputation ns adlsslmiaator of the
"new thought" and the "last word" la dealing
with the criminal world. He makes the judga
and the jury amenable to tha publlo weal in
the Interpretation of guilt, and declares
the judge who turns a hardened felon loose,
from any came, la himself guilty of a crime
lie also paid hts respects to the mm of use
less laws now on all statute books and
declared that the technlcaltles of the law, the
lawa delay and lastly, tbe lawyers themselvos,
were tbe greatest stumbling blocba to jastlce.
Ho said: "Do not Bend your lawyers to tbe
Legislature; send farmers."
You could read between his sentences that
tho Judgo masnt to sar, too, ''send many
lawyers to tha Penitentiaries, ss they are
connlvers at lawbreaklng and are themselves
lie cited tbe fact that there aro cow 110,
000 convicts looking through the bars of a
hundred Penitentiaries In the United Statca
and crlmea and convicts were multiplying with
frightful certainty and that the non-enforcement
of tha law and tha lawyers are to blame
Hon, Frank P. O'Donnell Introduced Judge.!
Kavanagh to tha Mavavillo audience la his
usual happy and eloquent manner. Mr.
O'Donnell drove homo aome witty and per
tinent views on modern jurisprudence.
Last tilghti Ur. O'Donnell took tha eminent
jurist a hand and tha Majiillla"' Knights of
Columbus bald aa faforuul rucsptloa la their
ball Ir feU honor, Judgo Kavaaagb, llaiwlf
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THE BEST ON
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Parker of West
Third street aro In Mllleraburg today attending
the funeral of Robert Chanslor, brothor of
101 Bison feature at tho Pastime tonight.
Maysville Boys Get Promotion
Logan (W. Va.) Democrat,
Quite a change has been made this week
with the office force of tho C. and 0. Hallwuy
Company In thts city.
G. it. Armstrong, who waa operated upon In
a Loularlllo hospital a month ago, Is unablo to
attend to work and was succeeded here as
agent by Lowry Orr, making the following
Agoat Lowry Orr.
Cashier J. S. Ufgginp.
Chief Clork Ueneon Orr.
Baggage Agent W. D. Pblpps".
Lowry and Benson are Miysville boys and
aro sons of Urs. J. It Orr of Esst Third street.
The lowering of prices is caused by the fact that the corset covers have been soiled by handling xo
the extent that we would not call them perfectly fresh. Their quality, their 'value to you is not changed
only they must make just one more trip to the laundry than the other corset covers in stock which are
specklessly white and bear regular prices. But laundering costs nothing in comparison to what you save.
Former Price 35c 69c $L00 $2.00
Present Price 15c 25c 49c 98c
Separate Skirts Reduced
It is one thing to wear tight skirts and quite another to wear skirts on long slender lines, perfectly
free and comfortable for walking. Active women who like to feel comfortable will find these pretty black
voile skirts just what they need. And econmical women will find the reduced prices welcome.
There are 7,931 traveling preachers in the
Southern Uetbodlst Church, of which number
6,970 ere on tha effective list, 189 super
numerary and 793 superannuated. There wore
295 preachers admitted to the conferences on
trial last year, only about 70 located or
OiVi? COPY ONE CENT.
Tbo Ladloa Aid Society of tho First Dnptlst
Church will most Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Sallie Illckotta of tha Hilt- Houso.
There will be a bsll game today betweon the
Timekeepers and tha Quicksteps at tho L. and
N. bottoms. Game called at 1:80 p. m.
Tbe marrlago of Mr. DaWItt WlkofI and
Mls EDle Minoorof Flaming county will take
placo tomorrow at Mt. Carmo', Rev. G. W.
n irr- -.-wnti-w. n 1- .--. n
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
tSyMatlnec Tcniny at I UO v m.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS
inr"'-ir ""- fcM m''
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of
"TUn -!. n lin.., limn
us by the most exclusive wholesale tailors in America, You will appreciate this aulo when you examine the i
Garments at close rnnge. All of our $18 suits $15. All ol our $22.50 suits $1?. - All of our $2,j auit $20, y
in our more mcuium price ciotuing wc nre mnKiug concuasiuns mat win not 1,111 ly pieiso but will
you. This sale means reducingthe stock uud ''getting the money for it." 'ViYicre will be nn u
from price named."
D. HECHINGEH & CO.
1'. 8. When you moke your
niucent presents we compliment
Mr. Thurman Rlgdon and bride of Ripley, 0.,
were here last afternoon attending Chautauqua.
Mrs. Emma Ann Williams died yesterday
morning at bor home In Oklahoma, aged 53.
Funeral tomorrow, with intermeut at Olivot
Former Price $6.00
Present Price 3.98
I ff tt Jttengr3,a hb 'JJiJCv
Miss Elizabeth Fostor Harbour expects to
leave oa Wednesday for St. Johnp, New Druna
wick, oo a month's: visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Allison, eomo delightful people she met at
Clifton Springs, Nun York, during her sojourn
there a year ego.
Did you get one of the ''Royal" Waists at
Did you get a Blue Ohambray MBagle" Shirt
We still have a few, but not many, so you
had better hurry if you want any.
' MERZ BROS.
H f LU H M OI B H XD K M IU HI Tb AT n Ol V W p
Peaches and All
DINGER & FREUD
Mr. Thomas Darbour of West Third street
left th s morning for tho coal fluids of Wett
Virginia, whero he has accepted a position Io
the office of one of tho big cpneerns of that
March Mlb. 1911, Rsi Lna Tucker filed
suit In tha Mason Circuit Court nskinir ali
mony and malntonnnci from Con Tucker.
Yestordsy tho plaintiff filed suit for absolute
divorce and all proper relief.
The Aurora Inverted Mantle'.
will give best of tervice.
m. f. mim:nz
Men's and Boys' Suits
Hinaa milllail Inr nnlln.-.i imlli, )l Tlti... n..!t.. n . .!..!!.. I. ,--
purchase or pay your account don't
our patrons wicii.
" .i.-. - - mrwrnm.
Mrs. W. G. Lewis loft this morning for Dal
las, Texas, for a two weoks stoy.
Henry Jones was arraigned beforo Judge
Whltaker yesterday on a drunk aod disorderly
charge. Ho waa fined $G 50 and held undor a
?o0 peace bond for oco year.
$7.50 $10.00 $12.50
4.98 6.98 8.50
Mrs. John Harbour and daughter, Miss Eliza
betb, left yesterday morning for their summer'
sojourn in the city of Chicago, whero Mr 1.
T. Harbour trnkea hts home. Mlsa Mary Alter
Barbour left on the afternoon train, expecting
to meet them in Cincinnati and proceed to
Chicago with them.
Kinds of Fruit
Killed By Lightning
Yeslorday morning durlg a tbendsr storm
threo valaab'lo horses, belonging to John Us
tersmitb, a tenant on Don N orris' place near
Fomloaf, wore killed by lightning while stand
ing In a locust grovo on tbo farm. Joo Rtggs
of Salem Uidgo soar Germantown otso lo't two
horses about tho same timo from tho snmu
Double wenvc. strong and
Regular price 10c.
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'Bin, Druustora With
tho Liltlo Price."
Maysvihys Loadinn Clothing
forget getting tickets for the mag
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Tbo Mnyt;i!Io Boot Club's Fourth of July
river picnic has been called off.
Remember, next Thursday I9 tha ' Gal-orious
Fourth and there will hs no Pudlic Lkookk is
sued on that day, ai all hands aad tho office
cat are going to take an all-day holiday.
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ALWAYS ASK FOR GOOD
GLOBE STAMPS AT
o v. CALHOUN.
S-'HATZdANYa China Store.
GLOBE STAMP CO.