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What's the Matter With the Moon Tonight
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A SUMMER IDYL IN A HAMMOCK
SWINGING IN THE MOONLIGHTS
Suppose, my dear, that you were I,
And by your side your sweetheart sate ;
Suppose you noticed by and by
The distance 'twixt you were tori great ;
Now tell me, dear, what would you do?
I know and so do you.
And when (so comfortably placed)
Suppose you only grew aware
That that dear, dainty little waist
Of hets looked very lonely there ;
Pray tell me sooth what would you do?
I know and so do you.
When, having done what I just did
With not a frown to check or chill,
Suppose her red lips seemed to bid
Defiance to your lordly will ;
Oh, tell me, sweet, what would you do ?
I know and so do you.
SUPPOSE YOU RESOLVE TO GET
CLOSE TO THE GRAND
EST LINE OF
In this town. We have the swellest assortment to be seen anywhere for lunar
courting or mid-day siestas. Special price on our Moonbeam grade the balance of
this month. Every Hammock in the house offered at a substantial reduction?.
FRANK OWENS HARDWARE COMPANY
HERE AND THERE.
Items of Interest From Nearby Towns and
Villages Contributed by the Bul
letin's Corps of Correspondents.
Mt. Olivet, Roisemson County, July ISth.
County Court day here Monday with an aver
age crowd. Considerable stock on the market.
The Democratic Executive Committee met
Monday and named the 19th of November as the
date lor holding the primary to select a ticket
for the various county ofllces to be voted for in
Willy Bruce Insko and Miss Delia Hall of
EridBeville were married at the Methodist par
sonage in Germantown last Saturday.
Dr. Geo. E. N'eal of Jackkon, Breathitt County,
is here on a visit to bis old home.
Judge J.J. Osborno and editor Carl Musscrof
Cynthiana were here Monday.
SJames Duncan, ex-KoDertsonlan, of Fayette
County, is here. He reports rather slim prot
pects for a tobacco crop in that section of the
Charlie Asbury, the hustling stockman, sold a
bunch of lambs at a profit of $300.
Geo. R. Bratton of this rounty, a Spanish war
soldier, will be before the board of surgeons at
Maysville Wednesday with a view to obtain a
Frank Cleaver of Buricka. this county, aged
ulncty-two years, was in town Monday. He is
yet quite bale and looks ten years younger than
bis age indicates. He was born in England and
until thirty years of age was engaged with his
uncle in smuggling on the coast of our country.
He finally quit his meanness and became a good
and loyal subject of Uncle Sam.
Tom Woodward launched his boat Sunday
night for a second voyage on the matrimonial
sea. His first trip was beset with storms and
rocky sailing generally and the good ship found
ered soon after setting sail. This time, the
widow Honican, "fair and fifty," with six child
ren may help to steer clear of shoals and break
crs. Bon voyage to the happy couple.
lag well from a serious, but successful operation
performed Tuesday of last week.
The report that the Bernard P. 0. would be
abandoned the 30th interfered to a slight extent
with the mall of the patrons of the service.
Mrs. Sue Williams is at homo after spending
several days at the bedside of her mother, Mrs.
E izabeth Doyle, who is seriously ill at the home
of Mrs. C. C. Degman of Springdalc.
The large amount of weeds prevailing in the
meadows is quite detrimental to the hay crop.
Julius Degman of Springdalc made a short call
Mrs. Harry P. Day of Orangeburg and lovely
little daughter, Allecn, accompanied by little
Miss Nancie Coryell, were pleasant guests of re.'
atlves here Sunday.
The meeting of the Aid Society at Mrs. Charles
Pollard's Thursday is postponed ou account of
the expectancy of the return of her sister, Mrs.
John Hoe, from Cincinnati that day.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
Obanceevho, July 18. The telephone line will
be completed to "burg" and boxes up by the
middle of this week.
The many friends of Mrs. John Roe, who went
to Cincinnati to have an operation performed,
were pleased to learn that she has recovered suf
ficiently to return home soon.
Aunt Kitty Alexander has been entertaining a
sister from Washington C. II., O., whom she has
not seen since the latter was sold down South in
Mrs. Alice King, Mrs. Mary Roe and Mrs. Anna
Ross dined with Mrs. Hord Wednesday.
Misses Martha and Nannie Bramel were visit
ing irlends here Wednesday.
East Limebtonc, July 19 -The weather Is fine
nt present for curing the harvest crops.
Mrs. Cyrus Case leaves to-day for Cincinnati to
bo with her mother. Mrs. John Roe. who Is rest-
Which is Better Try an Experiment or
Profit by a Maysville Citizen's
Something new ie an experiment.
Muet be proved to bo as represented.
The statement of a manufacturer is not
convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of fripnde ie.
Now, supposing you had a bad back.
A lame, weak or aching one.
Would you experiment on it?
You will read of many eo-called cures.
Endoreed by strangers from far-away
It's different when the endorsement
comes from home.
Easy to prove local testimony.
Home endorsement iu the proof that
backs evry box of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Bead tbiB casee :
Mr. Fred W. Bauer, job printer of 4
East Second street, says : "For a year or
more I had considerable pain in my
back. The secretions from the kidneys
were dark and there was some iufiam
mation of the bladder evidenced by a
eensation of scalding. Doan's Kidney
Pills came to my knowledge and I pro
cured them at J. James Wood & Son's
drug store, corner of West Second and
Market streets. The treatment eoon re
stored the kidney secretions to a natural
color, ended the inflammation and ban
ished tbe pain from my back. If a cold
or any other cause should bring on a re
currence I now know what to use."
For Bale by all dealers; price 50 cents
a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
Capt. Oscar Barrett and family of
Newport left Monday in an automobile
for St. Louis.
National League. " ll
Cincinnati 31020001 7 8 0
Brooklyn. 00010010 02 7 3
Harper and Schlel; Garvin, Cronin
and Hitter. Umpires Johnstone and
St Louis. 11501001 9 13 1
Boston.... 00000200 02 8 0
Corbett and Grady; Wilhelm, Fisher
and Needham. Umpire Emslio.
Pittsburg. 00000000 22 8 0
New York 00100000 01 4 0
Lynch and Smith; Mathewson and
Warner. Umpires Moran and O'Day.
Chicago... 00000000 11 7 2
Phila'phia. 00000000 00 6 1
Brown and Kling; Sutthoft and
Both. Umpire Zimmer.
New York. 0 0 000000101 2 7 2
Detroit.... 0 00100000001 5 1
Chesbro and Kleinow; Donovan and
Buelow. Umpire Connolly.
Boston... 0 0010000 00001 C 1
Cleveland 0001000 0 00 0 23 10 1
Dineen and Crlger; Bernhard and
Bemis. Umpire Sheridan.
St. Louis. 00000000 11 10 3
Phila'phia, 00000000 00 5 0
Waddell and Shreck; Glade and Ka
hoe. Umpires Dwyer and King.
Wash'ton. 00010000 01 6 2
Chicago. ..10000220 05 8 1
Dunkle and Clarke; Walsh and Mo
Farland. Umpire O'Laughlln.
American Association. J"j'
Milwaukee 4, Columbus 5. jj)'
Indianapolis 2, St. Paul 0. it
Kansas City 2, Louisville 5. ' ii" :
Minneapolis 1, Toledo 0. i "'
How They Stand.
Clubs. Won. Lost. P. C.
St. Paul 5G 29 .659
Columbus 49 32 .605
Milwaukee 45 36 .556
Louisville 48 39 .532
Minneapolis ;41 41 .500
Indianapolis 40 41 .470
Kansas City 30 52 .366
Toledo 24 CO .286
ores, made by. Hurley on the Vallsburg
track. Agraz rode the distance In
Sentenced to Death.
St. Louis, July 20. Lambert Nie
haus, convicted of killing Thomas
Fluegel on December 20 last, was
Tuesday sentenced to hang on Sep
tember 6. The attorneys for NIehaus
will appeal his case to the supreme
Highest Temperature of the Year.
New York, July 20. Tho hot wave
which struck the city Monday, bring
ing death and prostration, increased
Tuesday to the highest tempature of
of the year and added five more vic
tims to .the death list.
The wise man is getting in his
supply for another winter be
cause you can't tell what may
happen at the mines this sum
mer, or what the weather may
be next winter. You should or
der your supply at onCe of the
World's Amateur Record.
Salt Lake. Utah. .Tiilv 20. PTmll
Agraz, a California amateur, Tuesday
night clipped 17 seconds off the;
world's amateur five-mile bicycle rec-
Flour and Grain.
Cincinnati, July 19. Flour Winter
patent, 5.055.25; fancy, $4.654.85;
family, $3.75 4; extra, $3 3.25; low
grade, $2.702.90; spring patent, $5
5.30; fancy, ?4.254.50; family, $3.85
94.10; Northwestern rye, ?3.75(g)3.90.
Wheat New wheat (good) quotable
at about ?1 on track. Old scarce and
nominal. Corn Sales: Yellow ear
(good), track, 58c; No. 3 mixed (with
oats), track, 5151Hc; No. 2 yellow,
track, 54c; No. 3 white, track, 53c; re
jected white, track, 48c; rejected mix
ed, track, 47c; do (very poor), track,
40c. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed (with
corn), track, 41c; No. 2 white, track,
43c; rejected white, track, i0ygc.
Chicago, July 19. Wheat No. 2
red, $1.02; No. 3 red (old), 99c?1.05;
No. 2 hard, 9498c; No. 3 hard, 88
94c; No. 1 Northern, $1.04 1.06; No.
2 Northern, 98c$1.04; No. 3 spring,
9098c. Corn No. 2, 49y250c; No.
3, 491jjC. Oats No. 2, 37c; No. 3,
Cincinnati, July 19. Cattle Heavy
steers, choice to extra, $5.405.75; fair
to good, $4.505.35; butcher steers,
extra, $5.25; good to choice, $4.50
5.15; heifers, extra light dry-fed, $5.10
5.25; good to choice, $4.255; cows,
extra, $3.854.25; good to choice, $3.25
3.75. Calves Fair to good light,
$5G; choice to extra, $6.256.50.
Hogs Good to choice packers and
butchers, $5.855.95; mixed packers,
$5.755.85; light shippers, $5.55
5.80; pigs, $5.155.50.
Maysville Coal Co,
Let Us Send to Your Home
a Gase of Our De
licious Bottled Soda Water,
PHOSPHATE, CIDER or
A case contains twenty-four one-half pint bot
tles, and the price is only 75c.
Among the various kinds and flavors there In
Chocolate, Peach, Orange, Strawberry, Lemon,
Cider. Ginger Ale, and the famous beverases
.uuu.w uu jsi. t-epper. toucan nave an,
assortment and no extra charge. Keep a few
bottles on ice in your home and you will find
UnS0c0ty?Ly,e.'resh,DK and Pleasing. ORDER
A UAor IUJJAl
Many Citizens Are Not Pleased With the
Loeation of Our New Government Building
KENTUCKY BOTTLING CO
Fill Your Coal Bin
Now before the cold weather sets in,
b,?fo,rP the price of Coal goes up. Get
the kind that burns evenly and does
not fill your stove up with cinders and
clinkers. A Coal of that sort costs vou
just twice as much in the end. Try a
ton of ours, it is all coal should be.
Farmers, we can load your wagon in
three minutes with our patent Hoist "
and Coal Hopper. Offlee and yard,
corner of Second and Short streets.
Phone No, 70,
Every one is pleased with the prices Dan Cohen has made on his Shoes for the
month of July and they come from every part of the city ancj surrounding terri
tory to buy them. Choice of man's low cut Shoes in the house $2.48. This
includes the best made. Wonderful reductions on all our goods. Look over
our bargain tables for better Shoes than you ever saw for the price; Come now
to Dan Cohen's Great Western Shoe Store.
.Ye CUJ cancer without tho knlfo. Very llttlo
pain. Have cured over twenty cases in Mason
fcounty during the last ten years? We send a
e.SokiUpon.reque8l which, tells all about
?eth,?d0' treatment. Will refer you to Mr
wSn,?lrSer x,f tt,ta pajper,Seldonrw?Braiei;
Svd wl5' 5y" Mf8-3J- Ionian, Mt Carmel
m Eramel. North Fork, Ky. and a doled
MS. CBATIQHY 1U5H,
Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O.
Great Western Shoe Store
W. H. MEANS, Manager.
mh? nSx,tJnlect,,ng.0n these beautiful grounds
gust Sth bee,nntns Ju'y 28 and Closing Au-
n,?S u" 9; Jen1lnJ!' ' ,he M- E Book Concern.
Cincinnati, and Evangelists B. L. Dunham of
Delaware. 0 and L. ft. Baker will be prSent
during the entire meeting. Rev. h. II. taker will
have charge of tho singing and young PeopTeJ8
meetings. Tho children's meeting willbe In
chargo of competent leaders. Tho meetins : will
be In charge of Revs. F. W. Harrop and J R
Howes, Presiding Klders of tho Covington and
Ashland districts. Any one desiring cottaces.
.- r-, ..... w ..i.m.ncu lice, (a
.toWrKyteed' No80 West Becon'
Colored Agricultural and Meclianlcal Fair.
Lexington, September 12tu-17th.
?,5CCi0U.1?t,.U,.e ,ab,Pve the L. and N. will sell
I?iinLtr,.p uFke &? Lexington, Ky., 82 31. Dates