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sSfV v - - i 1 : 1 1 - - 7 -.. j8b&v iikr 1 1 1 "k.a' ,ku I 1 t . . i.i 11 ' -4 -JtaTO 1 . . m. Jf,t. r 1 A. 1 i"naHHnHnHaaBaHBHHHHaMBSHMnnaBHHnnnwmMBHinHMiva r putt - FUBUgp!LEDOR t. F. VOItttAN, pnior and On-t-r. "S:ndsrdSawinc Machines at Gerbtich'e Mr. W. D. Smith, who haa been connected with tba rsllwa express service, with head quarters at Maya-ille, will hereafter make his headquarters Id Lexington. Mr. James Mitchell, a native of this city, now of Wheoiing, W. Va., is visiting friends here. Ho is a son of Thomas Mitchell nod this is his first visit in twenty four years. 5fc Mr. Perry Bowyer, aged 23, of Mi.tmlvilie, Ohio, and Miss Clara Arnold, aged 21, of Tollosboro, Lewis county, were married Satur day in Newport, Rev. Joseph Chapman officiating P tz TM .1 - After the annual meeting of Conference at Paris in September, it is said that the Rev. Dr. Chirlea F. Evans, formerly of this city but who hasten Pastor of the Carlisle M. E. Church, South, for four years, will retire from active Ministerial work and will reside In Lex ington. The iron cornice over the door at Cheno weth'a Drugstore fell this morning about 7 o'clock with a crash and barely misted a young colored boy employed at the store. The screen door and large plate of glass in front door were broken. From appearances the remain lag part of the cornice work along the building needs attention. Lucille, the bright and pretty little five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of East Second street, was bitten on the left arm and the flesh badly lacerated by a homeless and vicious dog yesterday afternoon. The child was on its way to a confectionery store and in passing Frank Eitel's saloon was at tacked by the dog and wounded as above stated The dog was killed by Officer Ryan. The Central Holiness Campmeetlng is hold ing its annual session at Wilmoro. The Sowing Society of the Central Presby terian Church will meet with the Misses Lee of Marketstreet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Tolie of Lexington are here on a visit to the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Derech of West Second street. Mrs. George Bruce of Houston, Tex., was the honor guest at an Informal afternoon affair given by Mrs. Theodore Dohrman at Covington Saturday. The F. H. Traxel Co., bakers and confec tioners, have sold their business to Mr. Waltor Watson of this city. The new firm will take hotd in tho morning. Major M. Brown, Captain James Dunn and Mr. Nat Cook have returned from Detroit, where they spent a delightful week. The boys brought all their baggage back with them. The contract for the big tobacco warehouse, 100X400 feet.Jo be erected on the South side of Forest avenue, opposite Union street, was given out Saturday and Harding & Simons were the lucky contractors. It rained in torrents Saturday night and Sun day morning for over twelve hours. Cor siderable damage was done to the crops in low ground, but otherwise it was a big thing for the farmers. There will bo a considerable rise in the river. Catcst Itcvus Tomorrow 8outh the dry column, Carolina goea in July new financing smallest of any month this year. Bradstreet's says more buyers are in evidence in leading markets. t More earthquake shocks in Mexico and many Government buildings are ' ruined. I Caleb Towers Iieb auuounced that he is a candidate lor Congress, in the Eleventh District. Fifty horses nnd mules wero cre mated in the Cincinnati Garbage Com pany's, stables Saturday. 8?L DRY CLEANING Shipment made dally to Kenton's, the home tl Faultless Dry Cleaning, Ctnaluunti, Ohio. Gents' Suits SI, 50 (Includes small repair liema' l'nmnioon UonU' Fancy Vent Lndies' Suit Indies' Plain Skirt ....... . Ladles' Silk AVulut, lMaln Ladles' Silk Walxt, Fancy Ladles' Net Waist, l'lnlu 50c 50c .. 83.00 81--5 "5c 31.00 750 On all ladles' work one week time required All household goods atUlnclnnntl prices. This work I guarantee to be as fine as modern machinery an maise It. C. F. HcNAMARA, Sf S"'.?: I' MALONE & CO. Successors to Mote Daulton A llro., High-Class LIVERY, SALE and FEED STABLE. Ladies' and Gentlemen's SADDLE HORSES and FANCY TURNOUTS A SPECIALTY. Jel3ra HIS'SOS DISHER. Mr. Emmitt Hioson, aged 22, and Miss Clara Disher, aged 21, both of Mason county, were married Saturday in the County Clerk's office, Judge C. D. Newell officiating. Governor Willeon has offered a re ward of $500 for the arrest of Dr. W, L. Nuttall, the fugitive Superintend ent of the State Feeble Minded Insti tute, who is charged with detaining one of the female inmates against her will. Pennsylvania Lines Kail and Steamer EXCURSION TO Niagara Falls AUGUST 18th. $10 From Maysviile Get PnrticutnrH from C. & O. Agrnt. The Louisville Herald has been sold by the NewmanB to John C. Shaffer of Chicago. It will be independent. An attempt waB made to wreck an interurban car near Paris Friday night, Ties were placed across the track. Dun's Review says reports from principal trade centers are uniformly encouraging in spite of dull season of year. Mrs. Catharine Helf, mother of Fred Helf, well-known song writer and publisher of New York, died Saturday at Newport. The event of the week abroad will be the visit of Emperor Nicholas of Rus sia to King Edward, The visit will take place at Cowes. President Taft and family have promised to go oyer to Gloucester from Beverly Wednesday to attend a big out-door pageant to be given in the first-named city. Lightning struck the kitchen of n suburban dwelling at Memphis, in stantly killing two children, fatally injuring a third child and seriously injuring the latter'a mother. -hew riRM. MYALL & CALVERT Successors to Dickson .t Myall, LIVERYMEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Hoth departments complete In every detail. Strict personal attention will be given to all business entrusted to our care. Saddle and harness horses for sale at all t lines. Calls promptly answered day or night. FHOZTS 14. 110 and 112 WEST THIRD STREET. MAYSVILLE, KY. The Ryder Paint Store! Can till all your wants in the Paint and Wallraper Line. Es timates cheerfully furnished and a magnificent line of Wall papers in stock. Picture Fram ing a specialty, and fine assort ment of Frames, Room Mould ings, Rubber Roofing, Carpet and Building Paper. MAYSVILLE, KY. :::.:: Sanitary Dry Cleaning Co. Price-List for Cleaning and Pressing: LADIES' LIST. Suits i 25 up Lone Cents. 1 00 up .Skins 50 up Jackets , 60 up Waists so up QENTLnJin.VS LIST. I'ull Dress Suits 50 Suits 1 00 Overcoats . 1 00 Coats 6? Vest.Iancy. ,. 35 Vest ,? 20 Pants ,, 33 Work called lor and delivered 011 short notice. GRIFFIN BROS., 517 trce I 1 LISTEN! ' I hi' -I I Hay harvest is about here, so why not IB 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 Sjjjji make work a pleasure by buying a II Johnston Mower and : ' Hay Rake Hill III All anti-trust goods and warranted in every I I HI 1 respect. For sale by i f I Kirk & Kirk 1 I II Also we areioft'eriug fine bargains in tho II , I Vehicle line, as we have a large dis- ' 1 Hi piny in stock and the season is pretty ' ' t mm well advan ed. i u. I mm Hill tfft THi: LEDGMl lend. In I I SPECIAL PRICE OK I f' J Lawn Mowers Now! I l ": Frank Owens Hardware Go. I Wmmmm2faiK&" '',' Ljlk7 i .... ,;.. ,li,i..rfti.,il.t -... i.ir... 'ii2!2lzi? ANOTHER WOMAN JURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner. Maine. "I lmvo been a great sufferer from organic troubles nnua severe tenialo weakness. T h 0 doctor said I would lmvo to go to tho, hospital for an oporation, but I could not bear to think of it 1 de cided to try Lydia E. Pinkham'a veg. otablo Compound and Sanati vo w a sh and was entirely cured after three months' use of them." Mrs. S. A. Williams, It. F. D. No. 14, Box 80, Gardiner. Mo. No woman should submit to a surgi cal operation, which may mean death, until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable compound, maue exclusive ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and renower of the femalo organism. "Women resid ing in almost ovory city and town in tho United States bear willing testi mony to tho wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. It cures female-ills, and creates radi ant, buoyant female health. If you aro ill, for your own sake as well as those you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Pinkbam, at Lynn, Mass., invites all sick women to write her for advice. Her advico is free, and always helpful MmWImmmW wkwrnM The CLEARANCE SALE At the New York Store is Now in Full Swing, Wo were rushed alt day Snturday with enper buyers. 3V0 offer you still better bargains, but jou imiRt como yourself and Inspect them. Itcmcmbcr, a flno present with a $r purcliasc. SPECIALS 1,000 yards good quality Lawnp, lc. 2.000 yards extra heavy Drown Cotton, yard wide, So a yard, 500 jnrrtH White Gootln, In neat checks, Co a yard. 100 pairs Mioses' Pumps, In patent lcathcr,.sald for $1.25; now (M)o. A Knmplo line. Ladies' Princess Dresses, two lots, 91. 08 and $2.08. nice, up.tO'dato fronds. Did jou cicr Iicar tho like? Lndlcfi' Whito Liinen Skirls, UDc. Correctly inn do. Ii A DIES' SII HIT WAISTS. Wc can't Ret enough ; $1 Waists 10c, $2 Waists 08c. LADIES' FUltMSIIINOS ItEDUCED. Oingbam Petticoats, 48c. Muslin Underwear less than tho cloth. See tho BOo Corset Covers at 25c. Laco trimmed Petticoats 70o and 08c. Nice, cool Dressing Sacks, 250. Long Klmonas, 10o. SPECIAL Hats trimmed without charge IT you buy the ma- tcrial of us. New York Store. S. STRAUS, Proprietor. July wheat York. reached $1.50 in New The weather Fair day cloudy. Monday; Tuee- Fires and famine follow in tbe wake of Mexican earthquakes. Congress voted $25,000 for traveling expenses of the President. Ten killed and CO hurt in a wreck near Spokane, Wash. trolley Spain has quelled the riots in Bar celona and 500 rebels have been shot. The Tariff Bill will pass and Con gress adjourn by the end of the week. The House of Representatives adopted the Payne Tariff Bill by 12 majority. A milk famine is on at Cincinnati, and the dairymen refuse to ship milk to dealers. The real estate transfers at Louis ville for July amounted to over a mil lion dollars, Harry C. Grinstcad succeeds Halde man as Colonel of the First Kegiment at Louisville. ' "" MM In Owsley county, Sam Mcintosh attacked Miss Sbouse and was killed by Hamuel Shouse. 1000.- -ABOVE ALL THIHOS- -1009V HA VE A TIGHT ROOF! lted Cedar Shingles Do Not Itust or Corrode. RUBEROID Receives the Slncerest Flattery Over Cheap and Worth less Imitations. W. B. MATHEWS & GO. YOU CAN PIN YOUIt FAITH TO TOWN TALK FLOUR! It Won't Fall You in a Pinch. J. C. EVERETT & CO., Agents. Midsummer Shoes ! . Call in and let us show you our latest patterns and stylish, up-to-date Shoes, so easy and cool for the tired and aching feet these hot days. If you once try our line of goods you will feel so cool and restful that you will have ' no others. The style and .finish of our Shoes are pleasing to the eye and graceful to the- ' walk and add everything to the makeup of & well-dressed person. J.HENRYPECOR Ten persons were killed Saturday by the explosion of gasoline in an auto factory at St. Paul, Minn. At Wellston, Ga., Sim Anderson, a Negro, was lynched by a mob for peeping into the windows of white girls. By a vote of 105 to 183 the House adopted the conference report on the Tariff Bill. Twenty Republicans voted against the measuro and two Demo crats for it. ' - 11. m Winchester, Kv., August 1st. Tho Burley Tobacco Society will push the campaign for pooling the 1900 crop of tobacco with vigor and aggres siveness all along the line this week. WHY PAY RENT? When you can buy yourself A home for $ 300 A home for 350 A home for 450 A home for 500 A home for COO A borne for 750 A home for 850 A home for 1.000 A home for 1,200 A borne for 1,300 A home for...'. 1,000 A home for 2,000 A home for 2,200 A home for 2,200 A home for 3,500 A home for 4,000 ' A home for 5,500 A borne for 0,500 A borne for 15,000 I Bell home's. FRANK DEVINE, REAl ESTATE AGENT, . Maysviile, Ky Br. EHa V. Hicks OSTEOPATH 226 Sutton St. ffi;.i Women's Diseases a Specialty, G.tH. WILLI AIMS Dentist Court Street Phone 47 G W. F. POWER Stoves win Sell You llelow Prlce- Of any other house Id Maysviile. Come and see stock. JOHN W. PORTER FUNERAL DIRECTOR; 17 Uaat Second St., MAYSTII.I.E, KV Miss Alice Lloyd, press representa tive of the Burley Branch of the Equity Society, in an interview at the Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, Friday, said that the war in tho Burley belt is ended. . ... m Osaka, Japan, August 1st. At 0 o'clock this morning the terrible con flagration which reduced to ashes a largo portion of this city was under control. Up to that hour 13,000 build ings were destroyed. A year ago there wero 885,000 idle freight cars. Today the number is 243,000. It U expected that ia the fall, wha thd rlrods begin to raor the SHWsr crop, whick kaw bw MttMMOsia mifwmimm."ihmi. ttt mmUm FURNITURE Anything you are looking for in the Furniture lino may be found in our store. We are offering special bargains in Parlor and Forch Furniture. There is No Lack of Pianos ! Tho country is full of them, good, bad and in different, and it is easy to find a big range of prices,, some very high and somo very low, but ouch good Pianos like the SMITH & NIXON, EBEH80LE and KOHLER & CAMPBELL aro not to bo found in one store every day. In fact, we doubt very much it they can bo found any " day or anywhere but in our store. Satisfaction is what you get when you buy one of theso Pianos. .'. '.' Contrast the quality of these Pianos with instruments of similar grades else where and you'll -nolo a marked difference. Wo have these threo makes from the lowest to the most expensive. We have a largo number of used Organs on hand at presont which niuat bo Bold. We, there fore offer somo of them as low as $10. These Organs wro taken as part payment from parties who pnrchaecdnew pianos of us. Come and in spect these Organs, as thero aro some great bargains among thorn -38i w PIANOS & ORGANS Brisbois fyEfieom. -i '- i f ft I if u. W. A fr 1 X )i M s: 4 V t -i-tv 1'"-' .sns