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Aa t general thing a bride can always t ell
When (ha honeymoon in over by tba way her
baibind begins to tako an Interest in what
. la RoIdr on down (own after euppor.
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'"'jJemmandor, of William Nelson post, G. A. It.
.' of Nowport, suffered lojurlea la an accident
' Sunday afternoon that wero reported Monday
mlRht prove fatal, lie had just passed under
the gatea at the C. & 0. and L. &. N. crossing,
Monmouth atreet, when ho was struck by an
incoming L. &. N. passenger train.
- Ha was removed to his boma in tba Dank
Bnlldiog, Eighth and Monmouth, and examina
tion showed that his akull was fractured at
tha base of the brain, several ribs broken, and
' he also suffered Internal injuries.
Comrade Hewetson is well known to Maya
..vllle veterans, and attended the reunion here
"two years ago.
A GOOD CATCH
S. .V A.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
August 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st.
SfSEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE, $1.00.P
BIG PREMIUMS. BIG ATTRACTIONS.
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Last and Final Call
FINAL REDUCTIONS MADE on every
pair of Summer Shoes in the house. Now is the
time to reap a harvest of shoe bargains. If you
don't need shoes now put t'nem away for future
use. It means big money saved.
Children's Roman Sandals in white canvass and patent leather velvet
tops, 1.50 values, clearance sale price 69c.
One lot Ladies' Tan and Patent Leather Oxfords and Pumps, $2
values, clearance sale price 69c.
Ladies' Goodyear Welts and Turn Oxfords and Strap Pumps, $3
values, sale price 99c.
One lot Ladies' White Canvass Strap and Oxfords, $2 values, clear
ance sale price 99c.
Men's Elkskin Shoes that will stand the toughest wear, in all sizes,
$2.50 values, clearance sale price $1,49i
Men's High-Grade Oxfords, this season's newest shapes, in gun metal
Oxfords, $2.50 values, clearance sale price $1.19.
A shipment of Men's Gun Metal Bluchers and Button Shoes just re
ceived' this full's most attractive styles, made on the newest last,
all Goodyear Welts, $4 values, values for today $1,99.
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Both Generals Kohtucklans
A Texaa paper claims Generals Albert 8.
Johnson and John D. Hood as belonging to tho
Lone Star State. Tba truth Is tboy were
both Kentucklans, tho former going to 'e9t
Point from Mason county and tha latter from
Dath county. A brother of Hood was living
in Montgomery not many years since.
Chairman Cochran Selects
Well Enough Alone"
Be the Campaign
At Louisville the Republican Stato Campaign
Committee, aa announced by Chairman Coch
ran, is made up as follows:
W. D. Cochran, Maysville, Chairman.
Charles L. School, Louisville, Vice Chairman
Alvla S. Uennett, Hartford, Secretary.
Richard V. Stoll, Lexington, Treasurer.
H. C. MoClure, Louisa, Assistant Troasurer.
Colonel John W. McCnllocb, Oonsboro.
H. Green Garrett, Winchester.
Ohalrmau Cochran said that Iho flght for
Tuft in Knntucky would ba conducted along
illKoifled lioec, nnd.abova peraonalttes and
aliuje, which tin decUrod tha others would hive
a monopoly of it If tbey so choose. Mr. Coch
ran ealJ It would be tin aim of his committee
to convince tha voters to "let well enough
alone" and not inake a change in tba Govern
ment while affair.) were in such a prosperous
conditions undnr the Taft A IminitUratloD. He
characterized tha "Hull Uoosb"as born of per
Honal hnsHtality nml nveni;i.
MUSIC BY KENTUCKY'S STATE
ALL GOODS MUST GO
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tui. ranc-riiuH in ncii.
SPECIAL FOR JONIOHT ONLY
THE BUFFALO HUNT
101 Ranch lllton feature.
A MAN AMONQ MEN
TOMWY SAVES HIS UTTLE SISTER
Tha Maysville Syrup Company, a now con
corn that has just been organized, opened for
business on Monday morning, starting its first
run of ayrupp.
ENDORSED AT HOME
SUCH PROOFS AS THIS SHOULD CONVINCE ANY
The public ondorsemont of a local citlzin is
the best proof that can be produced. None
better, none stronger can be had. When a
man comes forward and testifies to his fellow
citizens, addresses his friends and neighbors,
you may be auru lie la thoroughly convinced or
ho would not do so. Tellitng one's experience
when It is for the public good is an act of
kindness that should ba appreciated. Tho fol
lowing statement given by a resident of Maya
vile adds one more to the rainy cases of Home
Indorsements which are being published about
Uoan's Kidney rills. Read It.
Mrs. John K. Horns, Maysville, Ky., says:
"Tho testimonial I gave in 1903, when I
publicly recommended Uoan's Kidney Pills still
holds good. I know that this remedy is just as
represented as it has been ujed by one of my
relatives with satisfactory results. This
remedy was obtained at Wood & Son's Drug
For sale by all daalera. Price 50 conts.
Poster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Nov York, sola
agents for the United States,
Remember tha name Doan's and take no
Will Be Closed Each Day at 6
P, N..i Except Saturday.
jt-tiio ruiilln leiicpr, lornl nuii long a u t.m . gs&asafcdiaaiBjaaftn- ,; m , iiitLrlMMFMiii
Three girl, at a picnic nuur llloomingdale,
lad., were drowned while wading In a creek.
Secretary of the Navy, Meyer, Is reported
to be ill on board tha dispatch boat ihlphlr. 0
Dr. James T. Cootor, of Kansas was elected
president of Washington College at Ililstol,
Major General William II. Carter, assistant
chief of staff of the United Statea army, war
rolicved of duty.
Six Inches of rain fell In London, yesterday.
Tho flood situation In England beenmos in
Wi.hlo an hour after Congress ndjourned
Presidont Taft boarded his pr vate car and
started for Beverly.
Thousand of employees Domand
Increase of Wages From
Because the C. & 0. bis refused tho de
mands of an increase In wces to its train.
raon tho Brolhorhood of Locomotive Firemen,
the order of Railway Conductors and the
Brotherhood of RaiUay Trainmen are looking
into tho matter.
If tha C. & 0. do 8 cot consider the hat
demand within three weeks the above named
orders will take further s'epa In the matter.
This will not only involve the C. &. 0.. but
tho N. & W. and miny o'her roads South of
the Ohio River, known as tba Southern Hail-
Campaign Chairman W. D.
Cochran and "Dick" Stoll
Go to Louisville to
Start U13 Bali
Hcptiblirnn State Campaign Clinir
tiinn W, 1). Coclirnn ol Miiyevillc, was
in Lexington Thursday conferring with
Colonel it. G. Btoll, the chief Taft
lieutenant in Fuyette county, on mat
tera political, nntl the two left for
Louisville to nrrange for the openiu g
of the State campaign hcitdqnurtcrs,
which it is expertcil, will he nt the
Gait House, which offers mott coin
mod ion a accommodations for this
purpose. The Louisville Times of
Saturday quotes Colonel Stoll as say
ing that the "Hull Moose" sentiment
is on the wane and lint Taft is grow
ing stronger as the days go by. The
Times in this connection says:
"It, C. Stoll, the well known young
Republican politician of Lexington,
who hap been here this week assisting
Republican State Campaign Chairman
Will 1). Cochran is getting the Taft
flght in shape, is of the belief that
the 'Bull Mooso' outfit is much more
in evidence in August than it will be
by November 5th. 'Dick' says that
the 'Bull Moose' are cavorting and
cutt'ng a lot ot capers around Lexing
ton, but that the 'regular' itepublicane
are going about the even tenor of their
way and will make their noise on
election day. Ho says President Taft
is growing stronger in all parts of
Kentucky with each passing day, and
that, with the noise and bluBter past
and tho 'rod lire' burned out, the
Moose' tribe will greatly diminish.",
Word comes from Washington that
Senator Bradley has gotten all his
traps together anil will leave
for Kentucky Iho minute Congress
adjourns. Tho old Ktpuhlicau war
horao is said by The Louisville Times
to ho just aching to get home to he
gin a war ot extermination on tho
"Dull Mooso" now roaming about
Kentucky and making so much fuss.
Senator Bradley has a big trunk full
ot amunition, and it is said to bo his
intention to show no quarter lo the
autlored herd that hits set itself up in
opposition to his will. Republican
leaders in Kentucky are anxiously
awaiting tho coming ot tho "fire-cnt-
ing Senator," confident that after ho
hits tho (rail tho "Hull Moobo" herd
will show loss activity and not be near
Matinee nnil Night.
THE RETURN OF WUUAMMARR
Featuring Martha Ituuell.
JANE SEYMOUR AND HENRY VIII.
AFTER MANY YEAR8
A Great Wuntrru Picture.
THE SIEQE OF PETERSBURG
In Two lteelj,
Tha Colts of this city will cross Lata with
Jersey Itidge team Sunday morning at Leogae
Announetmenli for cty officii, $s; count) off
cti.SS; $lattofflcti,$to. i'aifi in aUvanct.
To the lUmvcralic Votert of Maion County:
Wherein, the untimely death of my predeceuor
lu ofllco, Mr. W. I. Dickson, rendered It necei
iar tlmt the vacanoy In tho olllcn ot the Clerk of
the Mason County Court slmll bo filled at the reg
ular November election, I take this means ot an
ocuncluu to tho Democratic voters of Maion
county mycandldacy for said olllce.auhjeot to the
r.'iul' of the State I'numry election to be held
August 3d, tuts. Your support Is respectfully
J. J. OWKNS.
Store and 14 Acres of Land.
Wo have just had placed In oar
hands for aalo the very doslrable property of
Mr?. Kato Cook, locatod at Mill Creek
Cbarcb, 10 miles from Maysville; 6 miles of
Flemloesburg and 2J from Marshall Station,
on tbe Miyevilla and Ut. Sterling Piko.
The Improvements consist of G-room frame
house, practically now, store building, small
slaughter bocso, ice bousp, chicken bouse.coal
house, turkey pen and stables; plenty of fruit
and an abundance of water. There la also
about 14 acres ot land, which makes this s very
desirable place for a good lire merchant and
trader, or will make a nice country home, as
it is convenient to school, church and railroad.
Wo have the price very reasonable on this
kind of property. You can't begin to put the
improvements there for what we will ask you
for tbe entiro place $3,250.
KA KM tilts and
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 820 Mitrkit 9tree(
I'liuuu SHS, MAYSVILLE, KY.
(lu lluilucts 3o Yfuri.)
HERE ARE OUR PRICES!
lle.t Htenk lSoI'muul
ltlli tloa.i tUHol'ouml
IlrlHket loo Hound
Chuck Do round
loi k Chiipn or KuoHt 10c round
Venl Chop or ItmiHr mo round
I.huiIi CliupH or Itouxt lftc Pound
1'iiro Uog Laid l"'io l'ouiid
We Intvp our ttote room mid slaughtering
liouar In llit? licit sanitary condition ot any lu
tlit city anil in Invito local, state or Koveromeut
luii'ctloii. We buy tliu best stock ou the mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
tht htadlngt cf "Jlelji
WmtcJ," "Lott" anj "fimit," and not exceeding
Ihrer line in length, are t'tXJi to all.
"No llunlnrwi Advei-tlu-iurnL Inxrlcil
If anncert fall to tome the flnt time, we Invite at
many repetition! at arc nteetsarvto jeeure what vou
iihertite for. H' with advertiirri to feel that then
.re not imputing on uj j uting our free columm.
BmrAJvertltert most furnith copy, which can be
teft at the oflce or tent by mail.
TJIS PUBLIC LEDQSR,
No. 10 Sail Third Street
Adverttiementi under thit heading, not exeeedint
HV4 linet, 10 cents each intertitn, or 10 centt a week.
WANTED -HOME IN TIIH COUNTRY -With
irood family. Auply to MRS. MARY
PARKER, SU3 West Third street.
WANTEU-ROOMS AND UOARDRRS-Ap-ply
at 1CW West Secoud street. Pboue 601.
HIOIICLASS DRY CL,KANINQ-We now have
luit what tbe publlo wants. Why o away
from Mativllle to have dry cleaning done when
you oan have It done at home Just as well and
Just us cheap? We bave employed an experienced
man from the Cleaner's I'ulou ot Cincinnati and
we can prove that we caulurolsu as good work
as you can zei in uinciuuai'. am we atK is a
ire anc is a
trial. T1IK GRIFFIN CLKANINO
1117 Forest avenue. Phono 217.
WANTED SECOND-HAND CLOTHING -For
lioth men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, etc
Also will buy comfoili, blankets and aheeta,
Will call at homes. J. II. liltADl.'OUD, 43 East
Front street. 'Phone Hi. Janl ly
milE J. T. MACICEY TRANSFER COMPANY
X will move anything any time any place.
Ortlea George Ulilldi clsr stand, 4 Weil Sec
oud street, Maysville, Ky. 'Phoiw 145. Jeft ly
Jivertinmentt under thit heading.not exctejtnt
4t lintt, 10 etntt each inurtitn, or 10 eentt a week
TIOR SAtiE-HAllV WALK Kit AND 1IAIIY
X1 JUMPER Apply at tblsollloe. auitllw
man haiiE-crop oi'
X: U. L. COUURN. Rectorvllla. or call
Adtiftttemeuti under (Alt heading Xnnrttd rr'.
tut advntittrt mutt furnith (As copy.
Are known for their strength and purity throughout Mason
Black and Red Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander,
Celery Seed, Sage, Tummerick, Mace, Mixed Spices, Etc.
Cork's Paraffine Sealing Wax, Etc.
Chenoweth's Pure Baking Powder.
Chenoweth's Pure Extract Vanilla.
Thos. J. Chenoweth. SHE
Maysville, Ky. SJSr
What wouldn't you give to be able to have the world's greatest singers
and musicians to Bing and play for you whenever you wanted to hear them!
You can hear them whenever and as often as you wish with a Victrola in your
home; and you can get ono of these wonderful instruments from
$75 So $200.
P. JMURPHY, The Jeweler
. For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. D. PEARCE,
sTsrsfsr In Our
And it bums steady and without danger.
When you want any kind of Coal
in any quantity call for
G. W. McDanlel $ Co.
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
Daylight Window Displays!
at Night -
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive wir
dow displays are under
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
THE BEST '.WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY.
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. We'
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if m
saving means anything to you, wo should have your
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
0. H. P. THOMAS
THE Jfea STORE.
H. G. $HJr,
the puro white rays- off
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so noisy as thui have boeny '
D NKCKLACE-Ilslurn to this
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