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I little euro for surf or strnMd
It 1h my joJo delight
To seek tlio writing table ami
' industriously write.
When nt a swell hotel T room
At six a day or more,
I like to writo to jn'oplo' whom
I nover know before.
Patont Colonial Oxfords $3.00. Merz
The E. L. Manchester Produce Com
pany shipped thirty-fivo barrels and
ten coops of poultry to Pittsburg Saturday.
Th. young ladies of St. Patrick's
Church will entertain with a straw
berry social Friday evening, June 5th,
at Eagle Hall.
Mr. T. M. Lano sold the double frame
house of, io Misses .loerger on East
Second street to M. r. ("oughlin,
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU TH FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during tho Inst tew
years has made the dralprs push for
widnr markets, We are going to get
nioro trade your trade by giving
you a groater value for your money.
You will never got out of debt unless
you buy wisely,
or anything In building materiul, don't fail to get our price1 before buying.
We will give you the same quality for less money, or better quality for the
same money. We nre building our business with that reputation.
We have ns near a complete stock as you can Gild, and can load a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Get our price and you will leave your order.
Tlw Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestono Sts. Phono 519. MMYSVILL, HY.
A. A, MoLauoumn. I.. N. Rkhan.
Walter Pence, aged IS, formerly of
this city, lost both legs under a train
at Chicago and his death resulted.
BIG 3 IN STPCK OF
Waterman, Conklin and Holland. Fit you' hand and fit your purse.
Self-filling and regular types. The best Fountain Pen, Holder anil Hottle
ui jiik. ior $ i.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Start the Graduated with a good
S J. T. KACKLEY & CO. I
MISS GARDNER ON CHAUTAUQUA
The important feature of any trans
planter is the valve mechanism. Ex
amino the Improved Tiger. Tho valve
on this transplanter lias a flat rubber
cut-off and l'i hose that insures plenty
of water. The Tiger makes tho farmer
absolutely independent of tho
weather. Ho sets his tobacco when
ho gets his ground ready and it makes
no difference whether the soil, is dry
or moist. This machine was designed
primarily for the purposo of onahllng
the farmer to transplant, irrespective
of seasonable conditions. At tho same
time, it is constructed to make
planting more rapid and accurate. You
can't go wrong iu buying a Tiger. They
will "dollver the goods." If you are
too busy to come in, 'phono us and we
will give you tho names of somo of
your noighhors who are dollghted Tiger
Miss I. idn E. Garduor, superintendent
of Nicholas County schools, who Iris
the distinction of establishing the first
night schools ior teaching agriculture
in the United States, has just received
notice that she is to be on tho program
for an address at u Chautauqua which
is to be held near Louisville beginning
June -1. Miss Gardner has been asked
to speak on 'Agricultural Night
All new designs in Wall Paper and
Rugs at IIENDHICKSON'S.
BIO TEMPEST DURING DEDIOA-
TION OF CONFEDERATE
Washington, .Tune I V terrific
thunderstorm broke oer rl?,igtoii Na
tional Cemetery late today while Pres
blent Wilson was addressing a great
crowd gathered for the uu oiling of the
monument erected there to the Con
federate dead. Torrents of rain drench
od the blue and gr.iN etorans.
Special propared paint $1.2.r per gal
lon at IIENDRIOKSON'S.
Ninety-four in tho shado hern yes
Wo are making to order lace and
maline hats: Merz Urns.
REV. STRATTON OF AUGUSTA
The Rev. T. B. Stratton of Augusta
will conduct quarterly inecliMg services
Sunday at tho Third Street M. E.
Church In place of District Superin
tendent Dover who will bo unable to be
present. Tho husiness session will be
held Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock
nt tho church. Tho pastor requests
eveiy member of the quarterly confer
ence to bo present and thoso who hnvo
reports to niako to bo sure and pre
Highland Linen Box Paper pink,
blue and grey 25c. J. T. Kackley &, Co.
Three, dajs' trip to Mammoth Cave
for mi5. Juno IS. L. & N. jlS
John Del'osse was the side nirender,
I'OIt SALE CHEAP Pirst class double
cylinder Indian Motorcycle, 1013
model. CnM bo seen at No. flOi West
Second street, Alaysvlllc. 3-3t
NOTICE OF BOARD MEETING.
Tho oflicinl Board of the Christians
Chinch will meet tonight nt 7:30
o'clock at the church.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIC It tones up the
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely the
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. mSfm
Now is the time to do your wall papering and
painting. Come in. We can show you jn-t what
you need. Wo have a full lino of Wall Papers,
Paints, Enamels, Etc. See our lino before buying.
CRANE & SHAFER,
D. HECHINGEB. &
Waysville's Best Clothing and Man's and Boys' Shoo Store.
When you buy underwear or shirts don't overlook us. The largest lines in Town
if you want to buy tho best $1 shirt in the World ask for the "ECLIPSE1
thousands of them to satisfied customers .
$12 to $15 iB about the price the economic man pays for a Suit of Clothes.
these prices we show woud srful value", from the number wo sell we kaov they are
appreciated. From $'20 to $:?0 we show a line of Suits that are works of art, thoj
are worn by our best dressers.
"rokeopour tailord cnployel wa will mike a limits! numbor of custom Suits
at liberal price concessions'.
3D. nEJOP3I3SrC3-E!K, &, GO.
I'ndor a decision of the Supreme
Court the Kentucky Ifailro.ul Commis
sum will enter an order iieriuittim:
about tut'litv five ICiMitni'liv ilUt illnr'nw
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m f nUlNU 4ii:. U.VJA DUlLUHNLi. l" " u, lu iV r-"ln,ai ior ireigui
I overcharges since March !., MM.
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
I'll less prow'itcd 1 i.iiu, the H.ip
tint .Sunday School will spend tomorrow
at Owens' woods, on tin Cl.uk's Kim
road There will lie plentv of eer
thing for tho comfort of all who attond
especially lias the eats and amuse
ment committee been actio. All thoso
who are going in the moiuiiig will meet
at the Itaptibt Church In 7:.'10 a m. Free
Double stamps Saturday at Mor. Hrns.
Mb SQUARE DEAL MAN. m
"Oliver Twist" hats for the little
ones 50c. Merz Bros.
THE MATHEWS MILL RESUMES.
Tho W B. Mathows & Co.'s saw and
planing mill has resumed operations
uMd is now rushed with orders ami em
ploying n score, of men.
BEOKHAM AT AUGUSTA AND
Kx-aovornor J. C. W. Beckham will
speak nt Augusta, Thursday, Juno 11,
nt 7:30 p. m., hi the interest of his
candidacy for tho Democratic nomin
ation for tho U. S. Senate.
Ho will also speak at Brooksville
Thursday, June II, at 1:30 p. in.
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
62 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
THE BLESSED RAIN
Night's Downpour "Worth a
lilllon Dollars and It Didn't Cost
'Jfho first good, "clod soaking" rnin
BiiiAe ItobiMson's olrciu blow into Mnys-
feTvillb four weeks ago. visited this vicln-
Ityllast evening about 8 o'clock nnd for
over half an hour the down-pour made
tho grouchiest nnd the longest faced old
''linyseoiU grin with satisfaction.
Believe mo, it was some rain anil
icfllleiVh. fontr-fiill wnnt. hpsliles-mnkinrr
ifltho much-'iieeded tobacco planting sea-i-son
which Mason County has. boon jiray
t 4.1ng for. '
, J t This morning over a thousand people
aro sticking tobacco plants in tho mois
ty earth iu Mason County alone.
It also helped to save tho'hay crop.
Now everything out of doors hi the
growiMg lino is on tho hump for the
bumper finish nt "Harvest Home"
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
The election of County Toachors will
bo held hi my olllco Juno Otli.
EducntloMnl Division No. 2 at 0 a. m.
Educational Division No. '5 nt 10 n. m.
Educational Division No. 1 nt 11 u, m.
Educational Division No. 0 at 1 p. m.
Educational Division No. 3 at 2 p. in,
Educational Division No. 4 at 3 p. m,
JESSIE O. YANCEY, Supt. '
Will send vou fouilboundd of C & G.Stiecial Coffee.
lis coffee 1b a fine blUe builder because of ill fiuo cm qunlily.
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Ifckeil hi a fiueTOUflb BAU,
Ail tr Ma, '.-'J
To Flash Forth On tho Largest Electric
Sign in Maysvillo.
The M. C. Hussell liuilding, corner
Third and Market streets, is to have
pl.iced on its corner, tho largest and
most costly electric, sign iu this city
nnd tho first of such signs in Third
" .I.E-F-IMm-S-O-N" r-LO-U-K "
will compose the two words of tho sign,
the first uord being displayed vertic-
ly ami tho second word horiouticnlly.
The huge sign will contain over 2'0
lights and will cost about .Sr0.
"Hill's Electric Shop" people are
installing same. .
When it is erected and lighted the big
blaze will ciaugo tho night sceno at
Third and Market.
Strikos Street Car Injuring Soveral
Peoplo Wind Caused Almost
Last night about S:30 o'clock just as
motormun Stewart reached tho Die
terich Green Houso ho had a peculiar
accident. A polo bearing tho current
wire had been blown out of its position,
Tho trolley caught tho wiro, cnused the
polo to awing to tho rear ot tho car.
where it entered and passed diagonally
up through tho roof. A Mr. It. A. Ellis,
of WichmoMd, Ind., stockman, got his
right log skinued and bruised; Mr. Yloy
Cochra'a hud one of his fingers smashed.
Mr. II. h. Walsh and little daughter
narrowly escaped being hit by tho polo
as it swept to the rear. Mr. Jteechor
Holiday. and his crew were soon on tho
cene ami had the damages repaired.
CLASS OF 1914
Sonlors of Maysvillo High School To
Hold "Class Day" Exercises Next
The Senior Class Day ExeYeises will
be held li tho' High School Auditorium
noxt Monday afternoon, June S, begin
ning nt 2 p. in. Their program prom
ises to bo tho most luteroHting one yet
given in tho school. They will .io doubt
have ii largo crowd.
Tho program follows:
Address to Undergraduates George
Bauer, prosidont of Senior Class.
Bospoiiso Herman Calvert, president
of Junior Clnss.
Introduction Daisy Chnlkloy.
CitsV ITistory Helen Stevens.
Last Will ami Testament Mary
Calendar Elizabeth niflgins.
I'itfao Solo "IloiiinnUquo" Mary
Class Poent Qporge HeilmontL
Prophqey- I.bna W4' Lykfns, Nolllo
Grant, Anna Calyert.
' r CarJcatnroTmlna Dobold.
Ji-Dnnors--Erigt. Zitiular. Annii Oal-
We chose tlif ohl-i'asliioned word sunshade be
cause it so aptly describes tbe comfort you'll se
cure beneath (lie shelter of these pretty parasols.
In addition you'll have protection for complexion
and hat at such a trifling outlay $1.97. Parasols
(bat couldn't be duplicated for $2.50 '(o $4. A man
Meant iful designs. No two parasols alike, you
can count on something distinctive.
Colors (o harmonize perfectly with any costume.
Sec display in East Window.
Vudor Shades exclude the sun but not the air.
They're made of the finest Linden liber woven with
a strong twine especially made to withstand tho
weather. This twine is not only put close together
but to secure greater strength is doubled at both
PRICES $2.75 to $5.75 According to Size.
"We have cheaper shades down to $1.25 but the
Vudor Shade is worth the exira outlay because it's
built to last.
K. OF O. MEETS TONIGHT.
Uegular meeting of MayHillo Coun
cil No. 1II77 K. of C. meets this evening
at 7:110 o'clock iu tho hall over Stan
dard Bank. A full utti'.nlaui'e desired.
T W. TJUEEN, (I. K.
John McAuIiflfe, Secretary.
TOBACCO SETTERS COME HIGH.
The rain last night and this morn
iug inuile a fine tobacco season. To
lineco setters nre getting from $.'t to
$t.5l) per day this morning ami the de
mand for setters is not supplied.
rRENCH MAY LEAVE KENTUCKY
LUMBER FOR SALE.
Frankfort Ko L. t'rt'ii-li, secretary Wo have a fino assortment of lum.
ol the State Tuberculosis Commission, ber for sale. House and barn patterns,
may resign his positiou to accept an flooring, siding, otc.
oiler to go to Texas as superintendent
of a privntc sanatorium.
TIIOROUGHMAN & IIAMKIOK.
I DOUBLE STAMPS
Last. Saturday being Memorial Day, prevented lots of our
good Country Friends from coming to Maysville.
For their benefit we are going to offer the same bargains as
offered last Saturdy with
i DOUBLE STAMPS
Everybody should be happy now after the glorious rain.
Watch the crops ffrow.
US-' MlAi''AiMTOt-Mi.i -.ammiin't.nlammr-i0lQulfZ!! ' "