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i !! !! !! !! !! !! I !! !! ! Tl There's An Enemy in the House! And protective measures are quite as necessary now as earlier in the season. Just about three months more of "fly-time," and if you haven't bought your screens yet, you'd better be about it and get the benefit of their protection. Our stock runs like this : Screen Wire Cloth In All the Various Widths and Lengths, Screen Doors, Plain and Fancy, Screen Windows, Spring Hinges and Other Screen Hardware. : S T ffl pi rwSL ,. (J I Frank Owens Hardware Company. We Sell the Bast Ready-Mixed Paint In the World, In Twenty-lour Beautiful Shade, and Can Furnish Any Size Package. I I !! ! !! !! .I !! ! !! WEATHER FORECAST: J Gradually warming ! !! The grocery etore of Bruce Crawford, corner of Second and Short streets, was entered last night by thieves who se cured $135 in cash. Miss Mamie and Masters Thomas and William Greeley entertained Monday evening in honor of their guests, Mr. Martin and Miss Ella O'Xeil, of Lexing ton, and Miss Pattie Lloyd, of Covington. Elder and Mrs. W. R. Cady have been entertaining a pretty daughter at their home at Girard, O., since last Friday. Mr. George Hamilton, who travels for the Green River Tobacco Company, slipped on a banana peel at Huntington Friday night and fell, fracturing his right arm in two places. He will be laid up several davs. Prof. L. C. Grimes, recently elected Principal of one of the district schools of this city, will graduate from the Ohio Normal University, Ada, O., July 3lst. . We are offering watches and diamonds Bt $10 to $15 lees than our competitors. Solid silver and cut glass, the largest as sortment in the city, at a sacrifice. Clooxky & Perrinb. Bigger and Better Than Ever! TH E E LKS FAI R, ::::; MAYSVILLE, KY:;;:: Four Big Days, August 20 to 23. r . . a Magnificent Display of Blooded Stock. Delightful Concerts by the First Regiment Band of Cincinnati. Rice's London Dog and Pony Circus, and Vontello and Nina, Sensational Double Aerial Artists, Free each day in front of Grand Stand. Cheap Excursion Rates on C. and O. and L. and N. Railroads. JUT TWO TROTS A DAY BY KENTUCKY RACERST More Attractions Than a Circus For 25c. Admission! SEND FOR PREMIUM LISTS. H. L. HAMILTON, Secretary. THOMAS A. DAVIS, President. HHHHHBHMBHnBHl BLUE SERGE Suits $7.50 .TO. 15.00 J. WESLEY LEE. COAL! You will save money by buying your Coal from the Hayswood Seminary, MAYSVILLE, KY. Boarding and Day School For Girls. Kail term open September 15, 11102. For catalogue or particulars applv to MISd FANNIE I.. HAYES, Principal. Maysvllle Coal Co., COOPER'S OLD STAND. 'PHONE J42. THE RACKET R. E. MAIIKHAM, D. O. MRS. I.. C. MABKIIAM, r. O. Drs. MARKHAM, Osteopathic :: Physicians. tU WEST SECOND STREET. office HOVM3 from I a. to B . m. MiCarthey has moved his jewelry store to Ballenger's old stand, where he has the finest line of goods to be found in Maysville. Call and see him when you're looking for anything in his line. The tribe of Red Men recently institut ed at Petra, near Brookeville, starts out with sixty-eight charter members. Near Millersburg Friday night light ning killed two rattle for K. D. Bur roughs and burned a hay-stack for Thos. McClintock, and Saturday night it burned a barn belonging to Horace Purdy. . . The L. and N. train from Maysville Sunday went into Cynthiana with about 1.000 colored excursionists. Messrs. George H. Frank and W. M. Archdeacon have gone East to purchase a stock of clothing and other goods for the new store they will shortly open at the Favorite's present stand. . . R. M. McClelland died at Lexington and was buried Monday at Millersburg, where he was born. LOST. Lo-T On Market street, a watch charm. PlMM return It to WALTER C. WORMALf). ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR CIRCl'IT .ll'IX.K. We nn authorized to announce KRANK 1'. O'DONSELL as a candidate for Circuit Judge, subjtct to the action of the Democratic party. See our goods, compare our prices, and we are sure to get a liberal share of your patronage. We carry a very diversified line and can meat your wants in warm weather goods at very low prices : Ladies' Gauze Vests 5 to 15c. Men's luderwear 40 to 50e. suit. Ladies' and misses' Sun-bonnets 22c. A nice assortment of Laces and Embroideries from lc. per yard up. A complete line of ladles' and misses' Hosiery at 5, 10, 15 and 26c. pair. Men's Cottonade Pants 50c., 75 and 51. Overalls, Work Shirts and Jumpers from 25 to 50c. Matches lc. a box. Tack Hammers 5, s and 10c. each. Grant t and Tin Ware, all kind", at lowest prices. Everything cheap at The Kacket. L. H. YOUNG & CO., 48 Vest Second Street. ' The L. and N. railroad has issued the following statement of estimated gross earnings : For second week of July $ 001,165 Corresponding week last year 525 086 Increase 70.080 Total for two weeks July, 1902 1,166700 Corresponding period last year 1,004,300 Increase i ibi.mo DAN COHEN'S SALE New Books JUST RECEIVED. "Dorothy Vernon," bv Charles Major. "A Paste Board frown," by Claru Morris. "The Battle-Ground." "The Opponents." "The Conqueror." "The Leopard's Spots." "Audrey." "Lives of the Hunted." New line of paoer-bound books a 10c. each. Try a pound of Crane''. Writing Paper lor :) One quire of Crane's Paper 15e., and Envelopes to match. K IS STILL Oi If you don't believe he is selling them cheap, come in and see. W. H. MEANS, Manager J. T. Kackley & Co. See our naw Artist Proof Photographs. These proofs will make the homely look beautiful. KACKLEY & CO. BEST BARGAINS IN DINNER $ TOILETWARE! Lamp SaKds, Cakes. Choos. Tar- dineres, and a new line of Fire Proof Baking Dishes. See our 5 and f 0c. counters. BROWN'S China Palace, NO. 40 West Second Street. Maysvflli, Ky. Sealed Bids For the exclusive privileges for the ELKS FAIR AUtUST 10, II, If, It, Are invited as follows : Bar, Dining-room and Booths, Watermelon and Cantaloupe, Orange Cider, Baggage, Shooting Gallery, Baby Back, Hokey Pokey and all other legitimate privileges. Bids will be open August 1st. Comrjdlttee re serves the right to reject any and all bids. Ad dress h. L. HAMILTON, Secretary. ,..:;.;:.-..,.' ..--..