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,R-' "Don't succumb to grim despair, mrri H KWBfflitt
"3Br-A But remember when you 'ro glum, fifi?MNwT5MrBRl
jHK- That tho hardest things to bear WsJmPW El- !KI
jtk . Aro the things that never come." Kj&SjKTh WrMPl
Mrs. Hannah C. CurrnM of this cltj WC ""35ctBs91
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K" 2& homo of her sister, Mrs. L. O. Andorsou,
Jilt' ANOTHER MISCUE CORRECTED
The Maysvlllo Chautauqua Will Be
Held at Beechwood Park This Year
July 1st to 7th.
It has been wrongly stated that the
Chautauqua would be held at a different
place from last year, but we nro glad
to Inform the public that it will bo held
at Beechwood Park, the same place as
last year. '
Tho Maysvlllo Chautauqua is going to
bo bigger and better this vear than
Why Wouldn't a Nice Runabout
or Buggy Make a Good
S Graduating Present
For Your Boy? g
When you come in for the Commencement J
at the High School Tuesday drop in and let us
shoHrfou our line. We have largest and most m
varied lot of Buggies, Runabouts and Driving 5
Wagons ever brought to this town, or any other
town of its sise and can please your pocket
hook as well. jj
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Youthful Base Ball Amateurs of
City Begin Their Games Today.
Tho juviMilo league composed of
young base ball players of tho city not
over jiixtcon yearn of ago begin their
games this morning at Hunter Bottoms
and tho Ball Purk.
Tho league is composed of four teams,
vibe .organization Is made i( the same
, 'principles governing the big eagues
aud each club is uudor coutract Jo obey
the rules. Players can bo sold
r traded. Tho clubs have ft little
fund obtained from solicitation from the
merchants of the city and it is a suro
thing that tho boys nro going to have
lots of fun. Hurrah ior their enter,
PRETTY JUNE NUPTIALS
This Morning Miss Ethel May Bryant
Becomes tho Wife of Mr. Horry
Miss Kthel May 'Bryaut, daughter of
CMr. and Mrs. B. Daltt Bfyn.pt, and Mr.
Jfarry B. Roberts, o shgp) teacher nt
Covingtou, were marred at ":-15 o'clock
this morning at the home of the bride's
parents In Kast l'orost avenue, at tho
edge of this eity.
Miss Brynnt Is well known horo. For
tho last few years sho has boon teach
ing school at Covington.
The occnslca was a family rtffrtlr with
only a fow In nttendanco.. Tho happy
couple loft immediately for a honey
moon to northorn points. All 'wish them
' much happiness in their matrimonial
The bride was gowned in h lovely
whlto dres.i. .
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. aun wewni ei yon tout jui ui v- ut u. ofwii ,wai.w
' Thkceffis fi'trd bWIdr lecaC of its fine cup quslity,
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during the last few
years has made tbe dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
mure trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out of debt unloap
you buy wiBnly,
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Fifty members of "flen." Kelly's
"army," convicted at Orafton, W. Va.,
will bo put to work on tho county roads.
Oenuino turtle soup tonight at Prank
Miss Elizabeth Craig of Thicago is
tho guest of Miss Ellen CochriAi.
Mrs. C. S. Hughes, of Cincinnati, Is
visiting her uncle, Mr. .ios. Thompson
of this city.
In Pollco Court Yesterday Bootleggers
Fivo fines wero imposed in Police
Court yesterday, tho men up being the
weekly end-catch of the pollco drng net.
Alvy Lowo and (lablo Preston, colored,
of Bracken County, were given $35.50
for bootlegging; Homer StcphonsiM was
fined $0,50 for drunkenness; Harve
(Ireenlco was fined (1.50 for breach of
peace; nud Luther Hamilton, colored,
was glvua $111.50 tor breach of peace.
Big Game Here Today This 13
Qiimo at Maysvlllo this nfternoon bo
tweon tho homo toam and tho now Paris
club, lately transferred by Newport.
This is also "Ladies Bay."
If you want to keep Maysvlllo on tho
baseball map go out and support the
team. Tho jnen behind tho Baseball
Club aro detorinlucd to give yoU good
baseball, better than you havo had hi
tho past several weeks, honeo 'lew.
changes in tho line-up. Now bo a boost
er nnd help these gontlomeu who aro do
ing everything in their power to make
Maysvlllo a live town. Thoy nood your
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or anything in building materinl, don't fail to get our prices before buying.
We will give you the Bame cp.iality for less money, or better quality for the
same-money. We are building our business with that reputation.
We have as near a complete stock ns you can find, and can load a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Get our price and ou will leave your order.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limostono Sis. Phono 519. .MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A, MoLauohun L. N. Bkhan.
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
52 W. SECOND ST.,
added to our old stock. Our latest id the PRKMO line of Cam
eras. Uses Plates and Films, also Ground Glass, with focusing
by scale. See our show window display. Pricej from $1.50 to
a J. T. KACKLEY & CO. 2
I Now is tho time to do jour wall paporinjr ami
I paintiiir. Come in. We can show you just what
j you nood. "Wo have a full lino of Wall Piipois
I i'aints, Enamels, Etc. Sop our lino bo foro buying.
! CRANE &
.Two men are dead aud a third i
i.'idor arrest charged with murder as
tho result of a gun fight nt Milner, On.
WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET
A meeting of all the members of the
Woman's Club who are Interested in
the Chautauqua aro requested to meet
Tuesday evi'aing nt 7 o'clock at the
homo of Mrs. Bugene Mem in Market
OPENING OF BEECHWOOD
Does Much Credit to tho Managers
Idoal Spot for Public Outings
Tho opening of famous old Beech
wood Park for the summer season last
evening impressed itself upuu tho pub
lie so favorably that the management,
Messrs. Am and Simons, have been
much complimented in throwing open
such a truly wonderful and delightful
placo to the people. A good crowd at
tended last night and it is to bo hoped
that MaysvllliuMs will fully appreciate
what a raro opportunity they havo in
patronizing and encouraging such 11
beauty spot as Beechwood.
With piles of beautiful nature heap
ed together ou fivo acres of ground in
little knolls and hills around which cuiy'
littlu paths hero slopo aud there runv
leiplng over a littlo ba'ak, the Park
is the beauty spot in a coi.'atry of great
est beauty, the Paradise of tho World.
Vino old beechwood trees, many years,
old, standing tall, with imperial dig
nity, and yet profuse in tho embracing
folingo which Increases tho lav isb beauty
of-the spot till it Is enough for tho or
uiuary mortal to sit idly ouabouch and
di.'.ik in tho joy of tho plico. Boeth
wood needs no introduction to Mas
villa people, 11s overyono knows vvlioro
it Is located, but very few havo real
ized tho possibilities and charm of It.
It is most assuredly hoped that thoy
will bo more appreciative.
How thoy could keep away seems im
posulblo; even thoso seeking amusement
entirely will find It in abundaiico, plac
ed in ovciy corner iftul nook of tho Park
by , Messrs. Am & Simons. There is
first of all tho njion air picture show with
its five piece orchestra lead by Prof.
Bullelt and three of his assistants from
the (lent Theater who will be nt the
l'nrk during tho summer. Tho highest
qu illty of pictures are shown. Ou other
parts of the Park thoro are refreshment
stands, a shooting gallery, etc., nnd
oven see-fcaws and a iiilnuturo merry
go-round for tho children.
Later after the pictures havo boon
shown tho orchestra movos to tho big
pavilion whore dancing is tho amuse
ment of tho evening A largo crowd
was ou tho floor last night and this
feature of tho Park promises to bo .
Now wo cannot sujL that Mnysvllle
has mo great ununetwico fcof kinie-'
merit ami ,ro6reatlonlnilH!iq idwif11
AND 204 SUTTON ST.
$2 j$ to
the case of very wide shades by doubie warps at intervals throughout their width.
And they can't loosen or come undone at the ends, for their light strong wooden strips are lock
stitched with fish net twine which won't rot. Their raising cords won't twi9t nor stick in pulleys.
They're right. They keep their newness, for they're indelibly stained not painted nordipped.
They measure a drop of full 8 feet as compared with the yyi foot drop possessed by ordinary shades,
which are as expensive as Vudors yet lack the patented Vudor special features. In all sizes, varying
widths and colors.
Write or telephone us NOW, let us measure your porch and tell you just exactly what Vudorizing
it will cost.
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Mr. John O'Kcefo loft Monday to at
tend tho closing exorcise of St. Mury's
College, Dayton, Ohio, that occuis to
day. Ho will bo accompa'.iied home by
his son, Claronce, who has boon a stu
dont at tho collego tho past two years.
somest Lodge Building and Store
going to occupy one of the big store
On July 1st every pair of shoes in our shoe room must be moved.
Where are we going to put them?
We are crowded for space now, since we were forced out of our big wareroom. .
.J. CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS
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Miss Florence Quincoy Jtogers has
joined her sister, Mrs. 1). K. Feo at the
Ball farm for the summer. '
STANDARD OIL GHANGES
Mr. Harry 0. Curran For 12 Years Sub
Agent Promoted Emmett Wilson
Takes Mr. Curran 'a Place.
TIarry C. Curran, who has been with
The Standard Oil Company As local
sub-agent for twolvo years has been
raised tp traveling salesman over fivo
counties with headquarters in Maysvillo,
L'minott Wilson has taken Mr. Curran's
place, which insures the sanio prompt,
ellicient a'.id faithful service hore-to-foro
Tho company is fortunnte in having
such a man as Mr. Wilson for ho is
widely known nnd very popular.
The changes wero ellectivo Juno 15,
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
We surely have reason to congratulate ourselves that our efforts to supply our community
with seasonable clothing is appreciated. It is due to the weather and our heat averting clothes
that we are doing such an unusual volume of midsummer business.
We are still harping on "our Palm Beach Suits." No matter how high the temperature put J
an and you feel comfortable. Our price $7.50, Cincinnati's best stores "and onl'in the 1
stores are the kind we sell found" they sell at 10. We yet have them in all sizes. When
sold we cannot replenish inside
now and be fitted."
Lots of other Hot Weather Goods Shirts, Underwear, Straw and Panama Hats, Serge and
Luster Coats, the handsomest line of Silk and Wash Ties in Maysville.
Just received, a lot of Pure Linen Pants, all sizes.
HAPPY SURPRISE FOR PAPA.
Mr. William Parineutor, a bricklayer
of Cincinnati, now employed hero by
I' (1. Bailey, went down homo Sunday
and found that tho kindly stork had left
his wife a pretty little b.tby girl.
$'7S w' equip the average house. They let in light and shut out glare.
Their durability is enormously increased
HERE IS ANOTHER DEMOCRATIC
Washington, Juno 15. Prosidont u
decided that au amendment will bo in
jected into the bill creating tho Federal
LODGE I. O. O. F.
AND READ TOMORROW'S PAPER.
The romnilis of Engineer J. J. Bur
well, who was killed on his cMglno near
Dayton, on tho C. & O., Sunday, havo
been taken to Portsmouth for burial.
Several persons wero prostrated by
lightning shock during tho storm tliiit
passed over Evansvlllo Saturday Might,
when property damage amounting to
if.100,000 was done.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIO. 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
iw. f. williams & ro. msr
of three to four weeks the market
WILL CLOSE AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Durhig the hot weather seaton The
Central Meat Market will close at 7
o'clock each evening except on Satur
IS If WlLLfA.M WBIS
by d uble warps at both edges and in
Trade commission which will empower
that body to determiuo and restrain un -
fair coiupotlticAi in commerce. The
amendment has been approved by tho
Senate Committee on Interstate Com-
IS GOING TO ERECT THE HAND-
Rooms in Kentucky.
Mr. Bovco D. Coro is reported quite
Ul with typhoid fever nt thp homo of
his fnther in-law, Mr. Gordon flllmoro
in East Second street.
Following tho arrival of, tho troops
in tho provinces of Bologna, Fcrrara;
Ravenna and Fori!, Italy, it is beliovcd
order will soon bo restored in tho entiro
district of Bomagna.
is bare of them. "Come in
Beckett, son. of Wjjf
Ueorgo II. Beckett, boh of WS(
Beckett of tho county has returned.. ,
homo after serving six years' sorvice in
Undo Sam's army In tho Hawaiian Is
lands. Gcorxo thinks Uncle Sam a good
master aud will re enlist in his service
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Mr. V. P. Gorbrleh spent yestor
1 Mt, Olivet.
Tho Sunday School attendance a
Forest Avenuo M. E. Church lastSJ
day was 75 Instead of 25, as we states
Of course, we areS
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