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j--v'y'. ' iftATT'V ' '"?'. ar Hunt's $20 Sdta, are' no w$12J. fl ..." BtJ? jfr ttF Pw .w , L "Pianols player pianos' at Gorbrlch. - mH fK. ma him ibs. hmi ih h ymi .jhhhv n mHmm.- iaai -'h m n w ihh Mh am i hm w ib & , rv&hw mmm ktov' g -A XAY8VILLX ft I REPUBLICAN. '.. yTOtRLT BSPOBZIOATf-lSir. tV,', &AILY rUBLlO LKDQKR-IM. MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1909. ONE COPY ONE CENT. MAKE HAY. How can we tell what yoa can do until you etart to plod? Before a crop begins to grow you've got to turn the sod. An Idle man Is far beneath the bearer of a hod. If you're sure that you can win, Prove you're certain and begin. We'll be watching and we'll sea you; If we've wronged you, w6 will free you From the doubta with which we've hampered you but first show that we'ro wrong. Prove by deed, not conversation; OlTor work, not explanation; Make the effort and keep trying and you're bound to get along. But we've met so many fakers, And so many job-forsakers, We've assayod so many tons of ore whose mining didn't pay, That we're natnrally suspicious, And our viewpoint's not auspicious Toward the man who lets the sun shine on and does't try for hay. Chicago Tribune. Spring . . . Will soon bo hero, nnd If you aro thinking of build ing or doing any repairs reracrnberwo have- on bands at all times tiRICK, LIME, SAND, PORTLAND CEMENT, ACME, IVORY and WOOD FIBER WALL PLASTER Also handlo Plymouth and Ohnrtor Oak Coal. Wo aro prepared to glvo you quick service. Send usyour orders. Maysville Coal Co PHONE 142. m Following is a List of the Fast Skaters That Have Entered in the Champion ship Races to Take Place at the PRINCESS RINK! During DERBY WEEK, Beginning MONDAY, MAY 17 i "Pony Joe" Altman, Cincinnati, 0. "Pony Joe" is holder of the world'B record and has a mark of 2:41. Joe8pringer, Madison Square Rink, New York. Joe Aton, champion ol Iiuliauu. Joe Sefferino. the little Italian champion. Charles Kremser, Milwaukee, Wis. Sam Haines, St. Louis, Mo. John Turner, Kansas City, Mo. Hans Meyer, Cincinnati, 0. Rodney Peters, St. Louis, Mo. Midgo Sherman, Chicago, 111. E. Bybeo, Portsmouth, 0. Will Wylie, Pittsburgh, Pa. THE ENTRIES ARE FREE TO ALL. Send in Your Name to L. W. WASTELL. MAYSVILLE, KY. J&FBg price cat on Salts at Hunt's. Having become a bride at the ago of 11, Mrs. William Spencer, seed 1G, now asks a di vorce from her husband at New Albany, Ind. 1901 Old Time Whisky At 75 cents; bottled in bond, full qaart. At Dlenor's Place, 208 Market street -Hant'a now otter $30 Suits for $17. &Cartmell extracts teeth without pain. The constitutionality of th'e County Board School Law, enacted by the Ifst Legislature, waa argued before the Court of Appeala Thurs day on appeal from the Christian Circuit Court and tho validity of the act waa upheld. Alfred Pence, aged $8, who all bis life re sided in Manchester, died Wednesday from old age. r-Doa't mind your size, we can fit you. Mr.nz Bros. Lemon dealers in Louisville are anticipating an increased Tariff duty of one and one-half cents a pound by large importations from Italy. Ooe local company has received 795 boxes of lemons from Palermo, Italy, and moro than 50,000 boxos will enter the Louis villo customs port before the ew Tariff bill becomes operative. PURE SEED DIRECT FROM TENNESSEE. "Big Bead" Southern German Millett Seed. M. C. Russell Co. Rev. Roger L. Clark of the Christian Choreic, will preach at the Christian Church at Oraaga- bnrg tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Carpets Cleaned At Model Laundry. Prices Reasonable. I fc i"T HICSMC 3Miz5IISCZ3BGmSiwB dfto I BE3BKSTZjMVMJ!SBl-SBKS3WKrK!!-MKM 1 h el 44 All Ready to Put On? That's the way to buy a suit ol clothes, provided you can be fitted properly. When you come into the "Hechinger Shop," we will under take to fit you and we will succeed because our garments are made in many different sizes and shapes, so as to provide for tho satisfaction of men oi nil buildB, the short, the tall, the fat and the lean. Add to a pleasing fit an up-to-date cut and trim, a superior quality ol fabric and workman ship, and you have the Hechinger Clothes for Men, Young Men, Boys and Juveniles truly described. All ol our different departments are stocked with only the best, clean, up-to-date merchandise. Hats. Panama, Straw, soft and stiff, in all the new blocks and colors. Haberdashery In this department we show only exclusive wear. Seo our Athletic Underwnar. Shoes for Men and Boys. We guarantee our shoes, nnd with the kind of shoes that we can safely guarantee has placed us in the enviable position ol selling the "Good Shoes" of Maysville. Our Shoe Department is always kept in such shape that we can please and fit any one in all styles of leather and colors in either High or Oxford. hombstore. TD . ZEIHjOiEEXlSrCriHjf &, OCD-HS &Post Card Album and 24 Souvenir Cards, 50 cents, at Sallie Wood's Drugstore. According to estimates of the Board of Capi tol Commissioners, the new State Capitol may not be ready for occupancy before September 1st. fSalta at big reductions at the Bea Hive. Miss Goldie Perry, Associate Editor of The Winchester San-Sentinel, has been chosen to read a paper before tho Convention of the National Editorial Association to bo held at Seattle, Washington, in July. ."Saturday is Double Stamp Day and Suit Day at the Bee Hive. 3"Be wise. Now is the time to use all pre ventatives against typhoid fever. Screen yoar hoase. Call up Maysville Manufacturing Com pany. 'Phone 231. SMIerz Bros.' Suits are the kind that fit, and down go prices on Saturday. Major Albert E. H. Johnson, one of tho oldest Patent Attorneys In the United States, died at Washington in bis 83d year, following a stroke of apoplexy. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY Winners in the Rod-Hot Race Which Gamo Off Yesterday r Tha Democratic Primary yesterday was ani mated and Btirrlng from the hour of tho open ing to the close of the polls. It is worthy of nolo that the day passed off without the sem blance of a disturbance of any kind in this city and barring a few mild drunks tho decorum waa good, considering it was election day. The County Clerk's race proved to be the Derby stakes, and it was a protty race from the drop of the flag to tho passing undor the wire, the two leaders running neck and neck all the way through tbo stretch, Dickson nos ing out Wood at the wlro. The "Little Girl" got there in grand shapo with a big majority. Miss Yancey's election was a popular one. There was considerable money spent. The following are the successful candidates Member of the General Assembly S. A. Shanklln. Circuit Court Clerk James Br Key. County Judge W. H. Rico. County Court Clerk W. P. DIcbon. County Attorney Tbomaa D. Slattery. Sheriff William H. Msokoy. Superintendent of County Schools Miss Jessie 0. Yancey. Jailor John W. Eltel. .County Assessor Henry R. Chllda. Cronor Charles Slack. k K v Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Murphy received word yesterday that their eldest son, Mr. Gerald Murphy, would arrive home in a day or so, completely restored to health. Mr. Murphy has been at White Haven, Pa., for the past year or so for the benefit of his health, and that he has boen pronounced in fine phy sical condition by his physicians will be very gratifying to his many friends. Ex-Sheriff James R. Roberson, formerly of this city, now a resident of Kansas City, Mo., is dangerously ill at his homo in that city. A telegram received here yesterday stated that he had met with a serious accident and that bis doctors fear blood poison and say he may not racover. Mr. Roberson Is s member of the police force of Kansas City, and it may be that his injury was sustained while in the discbarge of his official duty. A shooting scrape between Thomas Worthing ton and a colored farm hand named Cad Mason occurred Thursday night about 9 o'clock, in which the former was dangerously wounded In the shoulder. Worthlogton Is Superintendent on the Duryea farm near Murphysville, and the report goes that ho was reproving the colored man for dereliction of duty, and to further em phasize his authority in the mattor shot twice at the colored man with a revolver, falling to do any damage, however, Mason responded with a shotgun, lodging the contents in Worthlngton'a ehouldor. Mason escaped, and Is said to be located in Ohio, boyond tho reach of the Sheriff. , ORCHESTRA TONIGHT. Matineo this afternoon. The beautiful Pastime Theater. High class motion pictures and illustrated songs. Continuous from 1 to G p. m. and G:30 to 10:30 p. m. Admission 5c. STRft WBERRKES teVBlty DAY We are now receiving tbo finest sqlcc- Yd?'' '' WJTIKTMett 1852 Coriectly Fashioned Apparel At Reduced Prices Your previous conception of bargains in Women's Suits will un dergo a change when you inspect our offerings. Quantities are lim ited, and the style range, of course, is incomplete, but, taken in its en tirety, the assortment is varied enough to meet all r aasonable require ments. Oome as early as you can, as there is sure to be a Tbig demand for high-grade suits at these low prices. Women's Tailor-Made Suits In this season's most favored styles, colors and materials. $20 SUITS $12A $30 SUITS $17A $35 SUITS $22A AT THESE REDUCED PRICES A SMALL CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOR ALTERATIONS. 1909 HXJ3STT wSmmmdr Kn SfCreighbaum, tha Tailor, 102 West Sec ond street Cronbach Bros, of Mt. Vernon, Ind., have sold their large corn crop of 15,000 bushels to a Henderson (Ky ) firm. Tho price paid was 73J cents per bushel. "Smoke Moquetto Cigar, 10c. G. W. Child?, maker. Best on the market. According to the roster of the Adjutant General's Department, thore are at present a total of 6,697 members of the Ohio National Guard. ;SSSmoke Masonlan, 10c cigar for 5 cents. These are the days whan the cutworm gets busy, the baseball fan cusses at wet grounds, tho farmer gets just far enough along in his work to start and man begins to wonder why he "took 'em off" so soon. Elkton Times. You Are Safe when you bay goods from tho mores giving Globo Stamps, because thoy aro Mavsvllte's Best, Globe Stamp Co. DOUBLE STAMPS Saturday, and a Store Filled With Tempting Bargains. It's going to be a great day at the Bee Hive, and we discussed on ldis any. guarantee that no politics will be LADIES' SPRING WOOL SUITS Tbo very nowest atylea, all sizes and alterations freoof charge. Your choice on Saturday at 20 REDUCTION They aro already marked in plain figures 25& cheap er than any store in Kon tucky. Come early nnd get first choice. "ROYAL WAISTS" One beautiful lot at $1.08, worth $3.60 One lot of WaiBts boauti fully embroidered' 98c, worth $1.S0. "EAGLE" SHIRTS The talk of tho town, 85c. worth $'2. REMNANTS Another lot of Whito Madras Remnants 12c yard. Enough in a piece for a waUt. Ladies Gauze VEST8 3 for 25c. Home-made Gingham APRONS, extra aize. 25c. Tho Remnant Table has to bo braced up, it was so heavy with remnant bargains. ROOM-SIZE RUGS Brussels, $9.95. The laBt lot went in a hurrv. A few odd patterns in AXMINSTER AND VELVET RUGS 9X12, at snecial prices. Another lot of Reversible HEARTH-SIZE RUGS 98c "REGAL" SHOES For men, The best man's shoe that is made, &ad you save $1 on every pair. $3.50, $4. j1 LADIES1 OXFORDS Black, Tans, Bronze We can't miss a sale with such a stock. Our specialty A good fjt. guaranteed. in : . -i : t.-., i riiii niiPMin I! er man unj-siuiu i .uu- liMILUnm'a .; . I cet first choice. I nUmr End cQ ' ' nu i rv xi i-i : i. -v. i - c im i '"' .. 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