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; There's An Enemy in the House!
And protective measures are quite as necessary now as earlier in the season. Just about three months
more of "fly-time," and if you haven't bought your screens yet, you'd better be about it and get the
j benefit of their protection. Our stock runs like this :
I Screen Wire Cloth In All the Various Widths and Lengths,
I HPIi Screen Doors p,a,n and ncy,
Spring Hinges and Other Screen Hardware.
Frank Owens Hardware Company.
We Sell the Best Ready-Mixed Paint In the World, In Twenty-four Beautiful Shades, and Can Furnish Any Size Package.
Thunderstorms and cooler.
Miee Ada Belle Sitlwell, formerly of
Tilpley, died this week at West I'nion.
t-'be was a daughter of B. L. Sidwell.
Mrs. Nancy Bedinger, an old and
wealthy resident of Boone County, died
at her home near Florence, aped ninety
one years. Her husband was a soldier
in the Mexican war, and at one time
owned the present Big Bone Springe.
Isaac W. Knowles, inventor of the
calliope, lettered playing blocks and other
devices, died this week at East Liver
McCarthey has moved his jewelry
store to Ballenger's old stand, where he
has the finest line of goods to be found
in Maysville. Call and see him when
you're looking for anything in hif line.
Taylor at "Washington should be kept
in mind. He will do you good these
hard times by selling you twenty pounds
granulated sugar for $1, and eleven
pounds of either Arbuckle or Lion ccffte
There is said to be a better prospect
for a corn crop in the Washington neigh
borhood than for ten years or more.
Bigger and Better Than Ever!
THE ELKS FAIR,
You will save money
by buying your Coal
Maysville Coal Co.,
COOPER'S OLD STAND.
J. WESLEY LEE.
5::!; MAYSVILLE, KY
Four Big Days, August 20 to 23.
Magnificent Display of Blooded Stock.
Delightful Concerts by the First Regiment Band of Cincinnati.
Rice's London Dog and Pony Circus, and Vontello and Nina, Sensational Double Aerial Artists,
Free each day in front of Grand Stand.
' Cheap Excursion Rates on C. and O. and L. and N. Railroads.
MTTWO TROTS A DAY BY KENTUCKY RACERS-
More Attractions Than a Circus For 25c. Admission!
SEND FOR PREMIUM LISTS.
H. L. HAMILTON, Secretary. THOMAS A. DAVIS, President.
Boarding and Day School For Girls.
Kail terra opens September IB, MKfc!. For
catalogue or particulars applv to
MISS FAXXIE L. HAVES, Principal.
Judge Horatio W. Brute, of Louieville, Lexington Democrat: "Mrs. Hord,
of the L. and N. law department, is in , Mies Louise Hord and Mrs. Poyntz, of
failing health from overwork, and has South Broadway, will break up house
gone to Sweet Springe, W. Va., to re- keeping the first of Auguet and go to
euperate. Cincinnati to live."
The nights now are all that could Mr. (). M. Bradley, father of Meesrn. T.
be desired for "gemmen" in handling P. and W. O. Bradley, is critically ill at
potatoes and roaeting-ears. I hie home near this citv.
John D. Vaughn, of this county, and
Miee Ida Berry, of Bath, were married at
the County Clerk's office, Owingsville,
Thursday, July 17th, Rev. J. L. West of
ficiating. . .
Shelby Tevie, of Shelby Citv, has lost
fifty hogs out seventy fine 200-pounders
by cholera during the last two months.
OLD METALS and
Second -Hand Machinery!
We arc now prepared to purchase all kinds of
old Iron, Copper. Brass and Zinc; Kags, Bones,
Rubber and in fact everything; handled by a first
class Junk Shop. Highest cash price paid for
everything in our line.
BALL. MITCHF.L A CO..
tal fur. Second and Limeston
In Our Show Window
and Xame Your
The Price is Fixed.
Thursday, August 7th.
J. T. Kackley Co.
-e our new Artist Prooi Photographs. These
proofs will make the homely look beautiful.
KACKLEY & CO.
STKAVED OR STOLKN-A dehorned cow, red
wnti black stripes. A liberal reward for in
formation that will erable me to (ret her. Leave
or send word to FRANK FELTHOl SE. Murphys
ville, Ky. r.-d4t-wlt
J. M. McDowell, of Ml Olivet, hae
filed a petition in bankruptcy in the
United States Court at Covington. Lia
bilities, $5.'10 ; aseete, $220
Put Your Foot in a Pair of
At DAN COHEN'S. Look at table of 83c. Shoes. Look at table
of 98c. Shoes. Look at table of $ 1 .23 Shoes. Look at table of $ 1 .48
Shoes. These bargains are found only at Dan Cohen's Great West
ern Shoe House.
W. H. MEANS, Manager
We are offering some special inducements in
mid-summer goods and an inspection of our
lines will proe both profitable and pleasant
We sell Matches at Its per box of J00.
Fruit Jar Rubbers So per dozen.
Jelly Glasses '., pt., with tops, 15c per set.
Table Tumblers 15 to ;!x- per net.
Granite Preserving Kettles IB to Me.
Tea and Table Spoons, good and strong, per
set, 10 and l'Jc.
Tin Cups, two for 5c.
Table Knives and Forks 4b to 1 20 set.
Combs, Brushes, toilet article and all kinds of
notions at very low prices.
Clothes Pins lc per dozen.
See our wludow for an up-to-date displav of
Jewelry and novelties.
Have you a life size crayon which you wlsb to
frame ? If so. do not fail to see splendid li.v.20
Mouldings only 81.
Everything cheap at The Racket.
L. H. YOUNG & CO.,
45 Vat Second Street.
Lamps, Salids, Cakes. Choos. Tar-
dineres, and a new line of Fire
Proof Baking Dishes.
See our 5 and JOc. counters.
BROWN'S China Palace,
NO. 40 Wast Sacond Strut
For the exclusive privilege
ELKS FAI R
AUSUST M, It, It, It,
Are Invited as follows : Bar, Dining-room and
Booths, Watermelon and Cantaloupe, Orange
Cider, Baggage, Hhooting Gallery, Baby Rack,
Hokey Pokey and all other legitimate privileges.
Bids will be open A igust 1st. Committee re
serve the right to reject any and all bids. Ad
drew H. L. HAMILTON, Secretary.