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A UTEIUUY SrUT.
- tjaok Spratt sod bis wife were persona of more
loan ordinarily nmiiou means.
Occasionally they spent flfte"on ceota for ooe
tho tllaatratad monthly magailnes.
Jack loathed the advertisement and his wife
detested the reading matter.
80 they split It In two and thus kept cloan
- their literary platter.
The L. & N. and C. & O.'s "suit ease spec
ial" Saturday morning brought a hundred
f thirsty and dlssppointsd tourists to Maysville,
who'arrlved only to find It was election day
'and all the saloona had the lid on. An iodlg-
4-: cation meeting followed.
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Aa J will discontinue business August 1st. I
wleh to thank the publio for their patronage
and ask all persons owing accounts to call and
nettle Immediately. Thoso having accounts
against ma present same for settlement.
i you are always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Xjfceii Kutter Tools are tempered for lasting edges and once sharpened
stay sharp indefinitely. ,
For the home they arc ideal, doing better work, With less attention
than the ordinary nameless kiuils.
A LOT of FINE
Good Schools Bring 'Em
D. V. Curry of Nicholas county, Manager
of the Clay estate at Myer's Station, Saturday
purchased thorough tha real estato agency of
Thomas L. Bwan & Co., Ur. and Mrs. Frank
. Bltel's handsome residence In Second Btreet,
Fifth Ward; consideration, $4,600. Mr.Curry
ba a large family and he cornea here to' put
his children la our public schools. Ur. Carry
realizes, aa many others who have been look
Jog for homes lo our city, that Uayavllle haa
best school system to be found In the
AUGUSTUS C. SIMMONS
Oldest and Most Notod Steamboat
Stoward Passes Away
Colonel Gus Simmons died yesterday morn
Jog at 9 o'clock at his home In Aberdeen, O.,
after a protracted Illness, aged 79 years.
During the antl-bellum days and up to tho
8011 Colonel Simmons was one of tho most
popular and noted steamboat stewards that
traversed the Westera waters. lie was of
commanding figure, handsome and a Chester
Held In manners and exceedingly popular with
tha traveling publio. He waa courageous,
tlghearted and a maaly man, ever ready to
extend a helping hand to tbeie 1a distress and
Though vcblliSftaa, ba adopted and raised
half a' do in children to manhood and woman
hod' eatata who will mourn hla death with
kasa sorrow and affection, feeling the loia of
a kind and mora than loving parent.
IIo la survived by his aged widow, who is
io mourn ms loss oi uevoiea ana inuai-
al tomorrow at 1 o'clook from hia lata
nterment la Uayavllle Cemctory.
The mont delicious
ijm v Hiftie in Holland. Your gufet
K(4 TKY1T, J0 IX NO Wt KVKlYOIY J8. ,,
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports showtbe steady
output of coal during tbo last few
years has made the dealers pUBh for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a Rrenter valuo for your money.
You will never get out of debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL 00.
jff" Whon needing dental work call on Cartmell
Wlien Your Tools
If is but Hie work of a minute to sharpen a
chisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Kutter Grindstone.
Made of very carefully selected Berea grit
mounted on an extra braced tubular frame that
never cwaya or "wabbles." Ball bearings
ana double tread make it run as easy as a
bicycle. With this grindstone and an outfit of
Ur. Richmond Itoyse and UIcs Effie Earls
were mVrled In West Union, 0., Saturday
morning, They returnee here and .were en
tertained by relatives.
Drops Maysville 3 Points Behind
Frankfort, Which Now Leads
Fbankfort, Kv, August 4th-r-Frankfort
defeated Uayavllle by tbo score of C to 4.
The batting of Kunkle and White were tha
featurea Qf tbegamo. The former got a home
run, a two-bass hit and n single, while the lat
ter got two home runs.
Frankfort used two pitchers, but la doing so
won the game'aad'agala took the lead la the
The acore follows:
Maysville. .. 0 2 0 0 0 110 O-r-4
Frankfort 0 00040 1 1 x G
Two-base flits Kunkle, Konnick. Base on
Balls Off Grover 4, off French 1, off Crsmer 2.
Struck Out By Cramer 4, by Grover 3. Left
on Bases Frankfort G, Maysville C. Double
Plays Langenbam to Clever, Nicholson to Kon
nick to White. Runs Scored Carmony.Lake,
Williams, Kunkle, Nicholson, White 2, Gust,
Steele, Konnick. Stolen Bases Carmony, Gid
do, Steele 2. SacrlOca Hite Clever, Gfoerer2,
Heed. Off French In alz Inniogs, Obits, 2 runs;
off Cramer la 3 Innings, 3 hits, 1 run. Time
1:41. Umpire Franklin.
Lake takes Snyder's place In left field.
Uayavllle plays at Frankfort again today
and return home tomorrow.
wafer oven made This, thn original, is
or lamiiy win m aengmea
All classes of peoplo cat Bfono'a Wrapped .Cnkoa. Tho rich buy thorn
because they uro the best that money can buy, regardless of price. Peoplo of
moderate means buy them because they aro cheaper and better than can be
mado in the home. Poor people eat them becaueo they aro tho only good
cakes ever sold that poor peoplo can afford to buy. They nro rich and mndo of
fiuo country butter, and this is why wo boII them and satisfy every purchaser.
Fancy Peaches and Canleloupes.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bltlg.
A List of Low Prices ESs
One ply National Rubber Hoofing 11.10 per
Two-ply National Kublier Roofing f 1.45 per
Three ply National Rubber RooQnK l 75 per square.
A good lubitanttal Hardwood Floor at 12 per bum) red,
Clear Red Cedar SMneles at (3 Mner thousand
Clear Red Cedar Shingles, Cut Heavy, II per thousand.
We have Juit received a new stock of front Doors, Our space Id tbli
ui us Hump inein wiiii puu
You will liavo to
THE MASON LUMBER CO,
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Deoring Machinery. Maysville, Ky.
. A. A. McliAUOHIilN. Ij. N. IlKUVN.
Mr. and Mr. Jacob Tnornaa and sons Sub
dayed Id Cincinnati.
Tbo beat bid offered for tho Otto property
la Limestone street Saturday was $4,100.
There was no sale and the property withdrawn.
Doath of James Loming
Mr. James Lemlng dlofSatarday morning at
8 o'clock at his home la Aberdeen, 0., after a
protracted Illness, sged CS. He is survived
by hla widow and four children. Funeral
from the house this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment In MayavllU C.metery.
Mr. Laming waa a resident of Dover for
years, moving to Uayavllle then to Aberdeen.
Fie waa a veteran of the Union army and
a clever man.
Father of Mrs. Frank Armstrong
and I. F. Chanslor-of Mays-
villo Died Suddenly
MlLLKiisinmc, Ky., August .U. Mr. I.
Chanslor, aged OS, died auddenly this after
noon between G and G o'clock at his home.ine
half mile South of Ullleraburg, on the Uaya
vllle pike of acute Indigestion. Ur. Chanilor
waa apparent'y In gojd health except that
this mornlog he complained of a aour stomach
and a slight pain. He finished his farm work
and went to the houia and laid down before
sapper. Ills daughter hoard him anetze and
going to call him to supper, found him dead.
Mr. Chanslor was a prcmlnent farmer of
this section, having moved to hla farm here
from Meson county In 1883. Ills wife, who
wsa Ulas Jennie iieese of Mason county, died
laat September, and hla brother, Ur. It. C.
Chanslor of this city, died about four weeks
lie U survived by six daughters: Ur?. Frank
Armstrong of Uayavllle, Ur. Derry Bedford
of Lexington, Mrs. T. It. Wilson of Robinson
Station and Uisaea Allle, Florence and Lillian
Chanslor, who resided with tbelr father; and
two sons: W. T. Chanslor of Little Rock, and
Ir F. Chanslor, Jr., of M lysville.
Deceased Is a brother of Mrs. John T,
Parker of West Third atreet. Faneral this
afternoon at 4 o'clock at his late home, after
which the remaias'will be brought to this city
and the interment wilt take place tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock In Shannon Cemetery.
First of Such Elections Pulled Off in
Kentucky Few Women
LomsviiXK, Kv., August !id. Democrats
over the State celebrated the fhat atate-wlde
primary io Kentucky by turning out in great
oumbera in every county wherever there was
a semblance of a contest. In the three Con
grestlonal districts where Democratic candi
dates wero running for the nomination, the
vote waa unusually heaver.
ONLY A FEW WOMEN VOTE
Democratic Congressmen in the Second,
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth and Eleventh Dis
tricts were nominated without opposition.
Womon lo Kentucky hid their first op
portunity to utlliri tbelr right of suffrage in
ichool elections, but according to report, only
a few of them exercised thla right. Io many
Instancea only a few women went to the polls
and the vote counted opoo to be cut by them
did not coma up to expeotatloos.
Tbo primary was one of tho quietest io year's
and no report were received telling of any
trouble among the workers of candidates. Io
the Fifth district, where there were no con-
teats, hardly spy voters went to tha polls.
Io the State-wide primary law thla particular
phase of ai primary was overlooked and to ba
legal tha polls had to ba kept open all di; as
If a real coUt wm to b decided.
-Tlw nWctloa her Saturday wm s sssaVl
affair. VUMn DasaeKat. raiatvtd 163 vote
For Every Taste!
For Every Tocket Book!
Compare With Others
see itaera to appreciate ttuir value at the lowest
I Tlftnl will tint riAi.l
Rosenthal, the gambler, murdered io New
York, waa paonllm at the time he was killed,
although, according to bis brother-in-law, he
was worth about $IGO,000 throe years ago.
Pontiff Revokes the Decree
Issued at Easter of
St. Louis, Auguit 3d Protestants wishing
to marry Catholics need no longer sign an
agreoment to rear the children resulting from
the marriage in the Roman Catholic faltb.
Neither will they ba obliged to pledge them
selves to refraio from Interfering with the
Catholic consort's performance of religious
The change haa boeo brought about by tho
repeal by Tope Pius of that portion of the de
cree, "No Temere," according to the Acta,
the official organ of the Vatican. Tho repeal
becomes effective at oucc.
The lowering of prices is caused by the fact that the
that we would not call them
an immediate trip to the laundry. IJut laundering costs nothing in comparison to what you
LINEN CO A TS
It is surprising what a good looking coat $i will buy. It is well tailored, has two
buttons and a convertible collar which as the name implies can be worn low and open or
neck! Handsomer Coats up to $dj. Also some heavy, pure linen, carefully shrunken,
Plenty at the season's beginning but rapid selling has reduced the stock to a minimum. Include,
small lot are a wide and a narrow wale white pique suit, the skirt made with simulated tunic, the coat a N.orl
both trimmed in very handsome carved pearl buttons, Price $4.98. The linen suits are -in Norfolk and in
tailored stvles. Natural color and handsomelv finished.
less Kcxjanr r
.3TNov is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone etreet.
Mr. and Mrr. Murray Hubbard of Garrard
street, Covington, Sundayed here with Mrs.
Hubbard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abnor fiord
of WeBt Fourth street.
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FAIR TODAY .'AND TUESDAY;
Mooting of W.C. T.U.
Uayavllle W. C. T. U. w!llold their rego
far meeting this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the home of Mrp, Q. W. Geisel, Front street.
Vns R P. Moody, Secretary.
DOUBLE BILL TOMORROW
Maysville and Paris Play a Pair
Tuosday That May Decido Pen
Two games at Maysville tomorrow at the
ball park for tho prlco of one Unysvllle vs.
Paris, In a double header.
Maysville should win them both and thus
crawl back on top whero wo were last woek
If you want to eeo some real sport go out
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Our Clearance Sale
Will continuo until our light weight suits arc reduced lo a minimum. At
thorn it will be advantageous to yon not to delay coming in. Never beforo have we favored our m
with our highest grade suits with tho deep cuts we are making on them. However, clearing up stcy
"Getting the money" for it is what we are alter. Our Shirt Stock, always the best in town, ib Btilf
best by reason of tho almost daily arrivals ot the latest styles. Athletic and Plain Underwear in n.
quality you desire. The best Men's Hose in town, 10c to 50c. It in need ot a bag, suit case or A
visit our trunk room. You will save money and get quality. A few more ot Linen Crash Suitf,
They aro fine for this temperature.
Pure Linen GraBh Pants $1.50. All sizes.
D. HECHINGKER & CO
President Thomas U. Russell, Deputy Sheriff
U. Brown, Master Commissioner A. G. Suiter,
Ur. V. C. Watklns and Chauffeur William
Luman motored to Frankfort yestorday nnd
witnessed the ball gsme between tho Capital
City team and the Rivermen.
perlectly Iresh. lueir quality,
FORMER PRICE 69c $1.00, 2.00
PRESENT PRICE 25c, 49c, . 98c
Miss Cecil Arthur, who was the guest of
Mra. Laurie Blakeley of near Fort Mitchell,
Covington, returned home Wednesday. She
was accompanied home by Miss Elizabeth
Blakeley, who will spend the remainder of her
vacation with the Misses Arthur at their de
lightful home in the county.
Make your gains while we take our losses. Genu
ine reductions oil over the store, Goods marked
in plain figures and 36 inches given to every yard.
The first week's sales broke all previous records.
We do not see why the second week should not &6
the same. This store advertises what it
sells just as it advertises.
Dr. Soulh's Locturo
Dr. Lillian Sooth's Illustrated lecturo Satur
day evening at tho Christian Church under the
auspices of the Woman's Club was fairly
well attonded and she gave ono of the later
estlng eubjects of tbo times. Her remarks
and pictures showing tho ravages of pellagra
and hookworm in Kentucky were ghastly in
their intensity and truth.
Hero nro a foiv or our most popular brands:
lOo Freeman's, Woodalrio Violet anil Valley Violet.
15o Colgate's, Williams', Graves'. Wllbcrfs Carnation, IiOtns',
Meadow Violet, Cashmere Itonquet and Colgate's Daotvlls.
20c Wllbert'a Violet, large.
20c Wllbert'n Vlotct In pound cans, Klvcris', Johnson & John
son'n Nursery Violet, extra large; Palmer's, C.ilgate'n, Monad Violet,
Houson'a Antl-Skecter and Wllbert'a Qaeon Quality.
MC IVIi I BAUC I. PCI "Big Drugstore With
raj WlLLIHrnd a uUa the Little Price."
Judge A. U. J. Cochran Saturday morning
appointed James II. Jeffries receiver for the
Dell-Knox Company, forced into bankruptcy by
the House-IIasson Hsrdware Company, the
petition having been filed la tho Federal Court.
corset covers have been soiled
tneir value to you is not changed oil
Price &t.o8. 6i and S71. V
VSmoke Masonlan and La Tosca, 5 cents
Colonel Samuel P. Brldgos, "Sage of Tam
many Corner," arrived homo Friday, after a
protracted, visit with hla daughters at Colum
bus, 0. The boys are awful glad to have the
"High Priest" return to bis bailiwick.
ALL WEEK !
Aftor Newspaper Union
To prevent what the Department of Jastlca
regarded as the possibility of a combination (o
Icfluenco the thought of 60,000,000 readors
of rural newspapers, the Qovernment Saturday'
permitted to be entered, an agreed decreo la
civil and anti-trust suit against the Western
Newspsper Union and tbo American Proa Association.
the rate and price we are sett
Maysvillo'L uuadlnn Clothi
C. W. B. M,
The C. W. B. M. meet Tuesday,, A
at 4 o'clock with Mrs. L. U. lillfc
atreet. Let all membera be prose,'
dues must be paid at this meeting.
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