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lit It' S99 99 I NEVER TOO ! YOUR OLD a 2 We sell everything needed in making these repairs Wire Cloth, Hinges, S Hooks, Locks, etc. New Doors, plain or fancy, and adjustable Window Screens at lowest price. 1 Frank Owens Hardware Comp'y mi CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. Police Judge John J. Riley Announced I a Startling Innovation. Lexintgon, Ky., July 8. Police Judge 3ohn J. Riley, who recently attained notoriety by. the re-establishment of the whipping post, announced another startling innovation in criminal pro cedure Thursday which promises to 'diminish the number of drunks pre sented In his court hereafter. Those charged with being drunk will be given the alternative of taking an emetic, consisting of a glassful of flshbrine or going to Jail. One victim took the emetic Thursday and it work ed. When small boys are convicted be suspends a long workhouse sent ence on condition that the parent in flict a whipping -on the culprit in the public square. Several colored boys have been Whipped. Drastic measures, which he recently adopted, ran all the vagrants out of town. Surrounding towns are beginning to . adopt the same measures. SCHOOL BOOK LAW. It Will Be Tested Anent Cities of the Second Class. Lexington, Ky., July 8. The board of education Thursday night, by unanl. inous vote, decided to test the school book Jaw adopted by the last general assembly in regard to Its application to cities of the second class. This action was based upon a written report from 'Attorney S. M. Wilson to the effect that a city of the second class bad an exclusive jurisdiction over its own text books. The co-operation of other cities of the second class will be asked for a written opinion from the attor ney general. In case the latter is un. favorable the matter will be take to the courts for adjudication. Terre Haute 1, Peoria 0. Dayton 2. South Bend 4. Evansville 1, Fort Wayne G. 1 : DAN COHEN'S mmmmrnvw LATE TO MEND WINDOW t DOOR SCREENS WAR ON AUTOMOBILES. Turnpike Company Will Charge Ac cording to Horse Power. Cold Spring, Ky., July 8. The board of the Campbell County Turnpike Co., In an endeavor to keep its pike clear of automobiles, has raised the toll, which Is now charged according to horse power. As most of tho autos are eight or ten horse power, the toll from Newport to Alexandria and re turn is from $2 to $2.50. Formerly it was only 50 cents, the same as a horse and wagon. It is claimed the big ma chines keep travel off the road, as many women who formerly enjoyed evening rides do not do so for fear of accidents. Mrs. May Pardoned. Frankfort, Ky., July 8. Mrs. Nancy May, of Leslie county, arrived at the state penitentiary Thursday morning to take up a ten-year sentence for murdering a young woman whom she accused of Intimacy with her husband. Acting Gov. Thorne interfered and pardoned her, she having her three-months-old child in her arms. Heavy Rain In Bath County. Owingsvllle, Ky., July 8. A heavy rainstorm passed over this county, do ing much good to growing crops In parts of tho country, and great dam age by washing land, fences and crops in other parts. This is the second tlmo in two weeks that crops have been damaged by a storm. Killed By Horse. Columbia, Ky., July 8. Elsey Wil son, a young married man, was thrown from his horse and so badly hurt that ho died. The man was driving cattle, and, spurring his horse in order to make him mend his gait, the animal made a quick leap forward, stumbled and fell. Newport Commercial Club. Newport, Ky., July 8. Initial steps In the formation of a Commercial club for Newport were taken in the offices XxiTl FOR JULY 4th We will sell Men's Kid Blucher Oxfords for 99c, Men's Pat. Leather Blucher Oxfords $J39, Men's Pat Colt Blucher Oxfords for $1.69. Bargain Ta bles full of goods at less than half price at , of .Counly Judge Hissem when tempo rary officers were elected. Judge His sem was made temporary president and C. D. Crawford temporary secre tary. Squire Anderson Dies Suddenly. Covington, Ky., July 8. Ex-Squire J. S. Anderson died suddenly at his residence, near Bromley, Ky., Thurs day night. Mr. Anderson was working about his garden as usual during the day and seemed in the best of humor at the supper it able. Parole Granted Logan Gannon.' Frankfort, Ky., July 8. The state prison comimssion granted a parole in the case of Logan Gannon, of Lexig to an lnmale of the penitentiary here. Gano was set up January 12, last, foi one year on conviction of confederat ing. He Was Born In Kentucky. Jefferson City, Mo., July 8. Justice Gavan D. Burgess, of the Missouri su preme court, suffered a stroke of pa ralysis at his home here, and is in a se rious condition. Judge Burgess was born in Kentucky in November, 1835. Accidentally Shot Himself. Owingsvllle, Ky., July' 8. R. Claude Bryan, a prominent young grocer, was severely Injured by the accidental dis charge of a revolver which he was taking from a drawer. The weapon was discharged. Prison Guard Drops Dead. Cynthiana, Ky., July 8. Newt Sip pies, a guard in tho penitentiary at Frankfort for the past four years, dropped dead from apoplexy at the home of his father. He was here on a vacation. Cholera In Manchuria. Washington, July 8. A cable report from Minister Allen, at Seoul, points to the great danger to both belliger ent armies In Manchuria. He says that he has learned that cholera has crossed Manchuria and appeared at Antung. Oi JlZi vXjlJL Great Western Shoe Store W. H. MEANS, Manager. If X New Arrivals EBERSOLE BEAUTIES Our Maysville branch has just received a a bis shipment of new creations worthy of your careful inspection. Seventeen Pianos in this shipment swell designs and superb creations. CALL AT ONCE and look them over while the selection is unbroken. , THE SMITH NIXON PIANO CO MAYSVILLE, KY. LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER FOR CREAMS and ICES- VJRAXEL .. v- ;' $' t ONE AND ONLY ONE Of the fnllowlngplcccs of property will bo offered for sale In Jno. Duley's Combination Sale Wednesday. July 20th. Feo me or Mr. Duley and Blgnlfy WHICH ONE YOU FHEFEH TO DID ON. No. 1 Three-story brick on Sutton street oc cupied by Elmer Bridges, box factory. No. 2 House on Second street occupied by Mrs. O. B. Stitt. CM' J No. 3 Houso on Second street occupied by Miss Anna King. No. 4 White Palace occupied byJno.I.Wlnter &Co. No. 6 House on Second street occupied by C. A. Walther and O'ilaro Hardware Co. No. C Houso on Second street occupied by Geo. II. Frank & Co. No. 7 Houso on Second street occupied by La Mode Millinery Co. No. 8 Houso on Second street recently oc cupled by Graham & Co. owe " No. 9 House on Market street occupied by Western Union Telegraph Co. No. 10 House on corner of Limestone and Thirdstreets occupied by W.T. Cummins, grocer, and others. No. 11 Three Houses on corner Fifth and Lime stone streets No. 12 House on Sixth street, one door east of Limestone. REMEMBER ONLY ONE of these .houses wilt be offered for sale. ERNIE WHITE ADMINISTRATOR. GOAL The wise man is getting in his supply for another winter be cause you can't tell what may happen at the mines this sum mer, or what the weather may be next winter. You should or der your supply at once of the Maysville Coal Co. 'PHONE J42. Are You Going to Paper Your House? If you are we have all the swell de signs at lowest prices. Agent for JAivVIAC W. H. RYDER, 121 Sutton St. Fill Your. Coal Bin Now before the cold weather sets In, before the price of Coal goes up. Get the kind that burns evenly and does not fill your stove up with cinders and clinkers. A Coal of that sort costs vou just twice as much in the end. Try a ton of ours, it is all coal should be. Farmers, we can load your wagon in three minutes with our patent Hoist and Coal Hopper. Office and yard, corner of Second and Short streets. Phone No. 70. GABLEBROS. Cancer MTIS CURABLETH We cure cancer -without the knife. Very llttle- ?!?..'. H,?vei cur.d over twenty cases in Mason County during the last ten years. We send a free book upon request which tells all about rAD1!,0' treatnient. Will refer you to Mr. wiRo!-6er ,.f tn.is PaJ?er Seldon W. Bramel, nCdsnfa. Kv.. Vra. .Tnol 'r Tim..- 11. n i' ntt Wm" Brame1' North Fork, Ky.! and a dozen Vi i. ." . u."u muuiy ii you wisn mem. Write for free book at once. DRS. QRATIGNY S BUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O. RUGGLES CAMP GROUNDS. m J1&mcet.InB.on he,E0 Beautiful grounds gust Mb? bcB,nnll)B July 28 and closing Au- cl!il:F.i Jenn.lngs, of the M. E. Book Concern. Cincinnati, and Evangelists . L. Dunham of Delaware. 0 and L. II. Baker will bo present during the entire meeting. Hev. L.H. Baker wiU meotlnTh!.1 iS.".118 and VB people's ' meetings. The children's meeting will be In charge of competent leaders. The meeting wU &J2 cSartK. T.8- F- W. Harrop amh j7k ?.ht'iIr1?1?1,Dg Eldera 0l tho Covingto'n and Ashland districts. Any one deslrlnc cottaces write I. M.LANE, Maysville, Ky. Any one nSt able to pay will be admitted free. " R.C.POLLITT, Dentist. All WnrV nnivAn4nni -. ami . . street, Maysville7Ky. ' w WW tXQOna WANTED. Tf7"ANTED-Vork as washer and irouer, 'AP- '.j iu .eniu iteuman. an Hnnrt Ht. u-ai ANTiOJ-Man under .thirty-five years of dec from Mnrcviiin nith foi n.,.inn . o?nr,e.v.r iterative Government position, egln with salary nf snn with (nxmoco h. ifEft iJVrlte at oaco- L 8- S" box 670, Cedar iiapius,In, 10 QuB5v'