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Nr. Robert HuW M»r Part* bM'OMt 

1W W. C. T. (J. will mftke an airort tn ba?» 

Carliala narchaata diaeoDllBN Um aala of cig- 

mtto >b4 tobaeeo li«of«fl«M mn- 

Aaate ktv« alraady praaiaad t« da ae. 

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WANTS A NEW DAM 



rSVILLK, KY., b'ATVRDAT. MARCH 20, 1909 



ONE OOPY—OJTB CEM 




THEN rnx, "wotr 

If ladial' poffa grow blggar 
Tha aiga. "Ramtfire your bala," 

WiU gifa piaea lo tba tbaalara 
To, "Pleaaa raaiora y oar tt ^." 



Couotry people are phntint; potatoai. 

Il'a thoaght th« hiith water waahei all tbe 
fltb away at tha Nortbfork. 

Book Baar and Baek Wurat at W. A. SobaU* 
mata'a Plaea today and tonight. 

If r. Hagb O'Ooaaall of Chicago, III., ia apeod- 
lag a few days with hig motbar, Mr*. FunIcA 
0'J)onDall. On April ITih he «ett lail nhoard 
the "Hinnelok i' (<ir Kurupf. Ireland ht^ioK 
a^oDg the coantriea ha will tear, he ii, with 
tha aid of bla aothar, praparlag bia itiaarary 
among bar girlhood baaita ia tba Eaarald 
lele. 



Spring . . . 

Will Honn lio her<>, mill if 
you are thinklnKof build- 
Inff or dolnii any npalni 
remembprwe have on iuanda 
at all time* 

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BRICK, LIME, 
SAND, PORTtAND CEMENT, 

ACME, 

IVORY and WOOD FIBER 
WALL PLASTER 



AImii IiiiiicIIi' I 'I > tiiiMi t Ii hik) 
Charter 4 >ak i'onl. We are 
prepared to fflve yon qalok 
aorvloe. Head nay our orders. 



MaysvilieCoaiCo 



PHONE 142. 



^«*"It is the tiilk nil civrtr thfl city. 

Pretldeut Tafl baa aooepted an inTitatloa to 
attend tba aaaoal apring dianar of tba Gridiron 
riub to ba held A|,ril 17tb. 

^•ff'The Udiei" Ail of Sadden V. R. ''I n- ' 
will .«''rvi> oyslpro and ic- rri':irn Saturday t v.-- 
tiiii^; .it I.i|lh•^l fi" 11 1!', K i.i Knd Conm. 



And si metiineB when opportuoiiy knoclm at 
a maa'a door he ia ao baty oning biH little ham- 
Bar on bia naighbora that ba doaaa't bear it — 
Cbioago Nawa 

Sevaral Clark eonnty faraaara will try tba 



Representative I'.ennett'a Bill Ap- 
propriates $1,000,000 for 
No. 29 



j WASIllN'iTON, M ,r ! 

! Bennett of KuDiucky 



rt'h Il-pri-gentative 

... •^ou.-uui.j y.-KlHrrlity introduci'd »• 

■xperiment of raialnc brooB corn this year. > j t 

Kxpfrienc^d men ray it will pay n.ucli Imtter | •>'" »PPropriating f 1,000,000 ti. build D.>m Nu. j 
than tntiHcco i 29 in the Ohio riVHr. ! 



ft'Saa tba new Ja^aaaoa Air Plaata. 

0. P. OnrniioH A Bko. 

Under the new protrlaloa of thapropoaadTar- 
iff, which permit* tba importation of ptiptlaga 
and work* of art mora than twentjr ypar* eM 
doty free, art treaeurea variouely entimatad 
at batwaen $20,000,000 and 130.000,000 era 
f xpeeted auoa to grace tba private and pabtit 
galleriee and In art oeatara in tha DaiM 
State*. 

KNItHTI OF eOLUMBUS, ATTENTION. 
Sunday at 1 :30 p. a. aharp there will ba.a 
oiaeting at tba G. A. R. Hall, at wbiob lk» 
edifyinir ceremony of the inatallatioi will it 
p.'rfurm»l l.y th<> Worthy Diatriet Dap«<i. 

i.el all t/e pre'Oitit 

Frank P. O'DosNKt.L, G. K. 



BEST KNOWN. KNOWN AS tHE BEST. THE 
SQUARE DEAL MAN'S LINE OF MERCHANDISE. * ^ 

A Full Line 

Of Everything the Farmer Needs! 

A rrpoHUorj I1I1<mI wiili lii .i i ln--t \ i il' <-v<tv ilfsrriHI I'm. Morr 

tllllll .'ttiO Kfl |l|>. All rt-"'!! I 111' III ll'll rnllllll III Hll> I 11 > lIllNMilll' l>|°.\l't\ Villi,, 

Ciiit.hiimtl mil c.tci-iucit. aiiU ui 2(1 . Irnn thmi au-uiilli-d "lliri!(:(-l'roiu-l'iti:iLirj 
Prioea." 

Our Hariieaa l>opartm«>nt in complete. We are Jiiify pmud of ita repu- 
taCton. ITyuar H*riii->M wcrt' K>it*<'>i rnitii iht* HipiiirK Deal Man it laall rigrht. 
Horaemen will fliul in uim' Hint..* llont DfpHf'tiiifiit .(uat the kind of Imoa h« 

tvaiitM. «•* we carry ii full mi it riinpl'-li- Inn- .\ f .W \ Y <. 

Wli-n r»'ll ><iii \vf arc ii»ifiiiM r ir Hie "< lliikii>" l-'aiiii \V..yiiii. 
th<> iiin«« p)>rl' 'i.||) )'<iii«iriiL-i<-(l and li«{liif«t drHl'i Ihi iu vviijkiiii mii tli.i iiiarktM, 
we baveaald ononitli. 

••Itoyal" F. nur la riffiitly named. Ita merit puta It at the head of Itn 
daHM— that wfaqaare meab, uonttiiuoua atay wire Iknor. It In made of heavy, 
bard, aiiil ateel wire, and It ia not an eiperiment, but a tboroashiy teated 
areiclr. 

Iliirdwari- l.>r I'liriii and kitcben. 
lluoiliiK. alt kiiiilH. 

Ponltry l<%nue, all alaea. In faot. moat evitrytbInK the Tarmer nceda. 




Cold Facts About Clothes ! 

Villi want fiictH. :iiiil we jjive them t > v«ii "f raijjtit. "II^^'llilll;er Clot4ios" an; the hcut tluit tlif l(>Milint; tailoring industripc of this country 
liroilnce for rtiidy-to-wear eervire. Our liJlia spring array in up-to-date ia every ilctuil. The iiurtlitim ami ntyles are perfecl. The public baa long 
sinci- learned that the pricoa are roiisinti lit with the exclusive hiifh-clasH mercbandiae you run tind only in our hnu«e. See the new models din- 

|il:iyiM i : . I I ■• ■•irm'Mit-'. I n i ■ n r Fu riii ~ h i ii lt f n. I H.it I )>-p irt iivnt-- y 1 h ivi^ a more Varied and ni^to- 

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lli ri > whert' wr uliine purtiiiilurly liriuiu. .See the Htylea and mAkpK ilieplayed in our >>i\'i^- witKlows— the Hanan, .Nettleton, Walkover aud 

l>i'im'ii-i. N'. In 1 'I lr:iviiii.' h ii'w t. . Ii i; v ii- .(^ : .i i it I hi'ii \vi' en i r i n ' ^ . : vi r v [.'i ; r -f ! .> -..11 t\ .. \ - it ; -f;i( t !• ,i i . ■ \ c ii iinlinlilic 

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MAY8VII,I.P.'S 
HOME 



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JItJartao 1 loitraetat aath wlthovt pali 



Pira inanranca amnantinit to $426,000 hu | M^N«w and novel line of Eaatar Carda at I ^^H ear tba player piano at Gerb rieh'a. 
j«l b..n talien nut ou th« Extern A.yluB at Sallie Wood*' Drngatora. j ^^j^,, aatimate. that there are ir.O.OiW John B. Etiy, twine triad for tha allegwi 

Utiogiiir ( ir a p, ri.idj)f fivH y-uM. The Didi>uniiner meeting of the Kantncky | elevator* in tba Ualtad State*. A**omii.g tbst murtler of bis wife and onoa aentenced to life 

FOR THE CASH, CASH ONIV. j Pre** Atnocistinn, an organlzuion embracing I each one ia operated 800 days In the y<<ar and I iiD,)ri.4(inm«nt on convietlon of the charge, vaa 

Special prioaon CLOVEIi t^lCKIt. A liar- newepiper scriln-.^ in i»\vry Hcciinn nf Ken- ' carry an avi^rnKP of imi p.Ti'i.ri ,i day, j a. j n:'' 1 at Louiaville, tba Jiuy 
gain. M. C. KUHseLL Co. tncky, will he held r.t EHill .Sprinu* June J8to i total carried in a year would be 4,ijU<>,(JUU,0(tU. j only 2o minntea. 



FREE! FREE! 



GIVEN 
AWAY 



Wo tiiin> ilcK-riiiiti.-tl iti:4i HlKi* .>II''^r 11- th- biKi;ei>t yoar wo liavR fvrr 
had. We are k<''"K ><> "*■>' l»*rt towitrd luiikiiift it and, In order ti» itivf 
an added Impetna to our C.\tiH SAIiliit), an* Kiiinit to be«tln Monday. March 
flSd, and witbeaob C.18H pnrohaee amounttnig toSl a ticket eatlilinit the 
holder to a ebaacr Oil (ii>- iniintvinu: 

A MiiKi I I 1,1. M AIHKKTOP BVOUy. 

A *.'»«» m >Ai*«»i I. 

A »-2r, Hi.r Of III (;ay haiinkm. 

A.\ «IH sADDl.i;. 
A a to UOBIC. 
A as STOltaf FltONT. 
All to be Klven away Friday, Jannary tat, lOIO. Full value titr your 
aiimey when yon buy and a obauoe to icet aometblnfc r.tr notbinic. 

MIKEBROWN 

TUE SQUAkh: DEAL MAN. 



Mr. Dttke Wataon waa in tba alty ya*tarday. 



Uiiiii DaHy <\. Greenwood ba* ratoroed to 
Mr. Robert Hunter of Paris was in the city u,, York, after a two week*' aUy at Atlantio 

Tborad»y. jCity. 

► • i : 

Mri. John R. Coohraa, la viaitlog frieoda ia Un. Clarence L. Wood and Vra. Melville 



EAS TER BUYING. 

During the Lenten Season— when you can devote more time to choosing and 
when our workroom is not yet taxed to its fullest capacity is the time to do your 
Hastcr buying— it will save you many perplexities later. The time is ripe for Easter 
clothes Inivin^ and Kucks are ripe for your seledlion. 

SI I TS arc in satin-striped cloths, i^cr^es a;id vM)r^tcds, arc vcrv distinctt in 
style, the skirts being close-titting, t!ie ci>ats long and built on straight lines, giving 
the hiplc-s ctKct Colors are white, elcdtric blue, rcs'.da, rose, navy, green, taupe, 
tan and black. Beautitul two and three-piece models at our well-known reasonable 
prices 

%m $17: $25 $35 

$15 $19^ $29^ $40 

DRESSES of cloth, foulard, taffeta, tussah and messaline in the new spring 
colors. Some are Empire, others are made with normal waist line, all arc stylish 
and attractive. 

PRICES VARY FROM $15 TO $40. 





ISO© 



Covington. 

'S^nire Jobn J. ThoByaon waa at Wathlng- 

ton Thursday. 

Mia* Nellie UcGraw of Eaat Second atreat 
it viaiting Mis* Cord at Helena. 

lis rir^ky tu leave a bea houM out doura 
Mr. Oawald Manaer of Nepton waa in thi* .^^ ju^^ ,^ 

city yaotarday vieitiog hi* friend.. | 

~ ' j Mr.!. Mary Grlnins of ;\bi'rUeen baa por- 

Mia. U. Ball u( Oovingtop i* tha guaat of ihasfd tha one-atory cuttaue uf Martin Blerley 



Chriatiaa were gueata of Mim fbteba Foraan 
Ibi* weak. 

Mr*. B. P. MvLlanaban of Weat ^Srcund 
atreat apant the day with relativea and friend* 
at Barnard yettarday. 



^iVSmoka Moqnette CiKar, lOe. G. W. 

rbildi>, D]al(er. 



sSB^Monoin' t- 4iirrH- \ rhomae. 



"Dude" Clark, alia* John Lewi., aliae iJeorge j 

W. P. Bramel uf near .Sit. Oil»»d recently .I-'l^n..,.n, ani a .• -n.^viii.n. Man:io I,.*i^ ag^d | %r5i;5j 
had ttiitht fine »heep kiiUd by dug. that w(>re wt-re arreaieJ Ttmrs l.i.\ ai Dajtun, Ohio, ! '| 
appraUed at|15 tbaad,or$120,and othera of aa fogitive* from Nu-h<il i.svillf. tin* State, 



Thct annual neetiog uf tbo Ketail Coal U«r 
lihantii' Ae^ooiatiao of Kentucky and Tennea- 

.««> will be held at Lazlngton May )8tb and [ his Hnck daaaged to tba extent of f90. a totel | where, it i« aaid, tbey mado a deadly attack oa\y - 
19(1, ' ,,f .fJli^ ' th" fhii-f "f P 'liiv in .<!.«tit*mhflr la.r. I k** 




You • • • 

will vvUI. ycu biid a doaea 
hixik. tilled when you tea tka 
WW jiri-uiuma tbat wlii toon 

arri\". 

Globe Stamp C«. 



Mr*. Katberiaa Swinbar of thU city. 



Uias Vlrt;inia Alli.'*"n i.i viaitin;; Mrf. Joseph 
Kadford of Wulnui H>lii<, t'lni'iunati. 

Mr. B. a. Uraaais, wifa and aiatar of Flam. 
Iigaburg ware vialtora la the oHy yaatarday. 

Mra. Lena Goabora of Cinalanati ia tba 
Kueet of Mf*. KaU McOrftv at tba Kentucky 

Hotel. ^ 

Mr*. J. E. Tbralkeld ia vititing her daughter, 
Miaa Hilda, at Trauylvaaia Uitveiaity, Lex- 
ington. 

Mra. H. J. DaWitt baa ratoraad lo £ria. Pa., 
aftar • foar wanha' viail with bar paiaaU, Mr. 
and Mr*, i. ¥. Thoapaoa. 

Mra. Harbart Franhoabargar left latt ava- 
Bing for hai houa at Charlaatoa, W, Va.. aftar 
m aitoadad vhit to bar paraata, Mr. aad Mra. 
M. Davia of Market a'traat. 

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in We«l Third atreat. 



Mra. Will T. Cole r • . i:-! :i! n, r \..,iiu- 
at Greennp a few eviMHtj.^ .^lucu iii honor ul' 
tha elaveatb birth i .> oi h t<r .on, Alfred. 



The anit entered auaiaet Gay L. and H. L 

P. Coiipitr n! .\|. r lean by Mitcli.'.l, I'iiich i 

Cu li.aii lit ttii» I'lty ta* b«eo di.4iiiiiti«ad. 



Guthrie I'ower, aon of Mr. and Mra. Frank 
Power, fiiroitiriy of Abardaaa, eoaaittod aoi- 

cidu at Ibiluii a|ioIiA a fa* daya aiaoa by drink- 
ing Ciirbulii' acid. 

Mr* Louiaa Gaiaal, sow oaariag bar hTth 
year, ia a renarkabia wonaa eoaaideriag b«r 

yearn. Thar, lay i^bc wai out in the gardvu at 
her boXB i:: Uiu Wejl End— '.vbsrc sho baa ra 
aided for the patt aitty yeara— trimmiaggrape 
riaaa and alaaoiag up tha praaiaaa, ptapara- 
tory to nptiag gardaaiag, with tha via and 
vigor of one twaaty year* bar Jonior. 



SEND YOW ORDEBS HERE 



raiiiiy Tomatuoa. awwot P<it«t««a. Hew Uabbac*, 

Curl|r JLiittuoa. Haad kattaoa. Maw (}»lar|r. 

aprloa Oolone. OauUNnwar. ulklar'a BauaaK* 

r AHOY ■.■MOIIH „ Ite Ihtaea. l.AKOa OBAMUB8 a^v Iti./.i.. 

MIU>IirM oiAMOmi aon Vaaaa. X^OK eHAKMrMUlT Kach. 

MkuiDH oBAnu^vnr so 



G. W. GEI$fiL 



Satmdars SPECULS. 

One lot of $1 Bedspreads 75c. 
$lf60 Reversible Hearth-Size Rugs, 30x72, 98c. 
Imported Dress Linens, in blue, tan, pink, old rose, brown, in 
plaid and stripes, worth 60c yard, choice 29c. If you look] at 
them you will buy them. 

One lot of fine Mercerized Table Linens, worth 60c, 39c yard. 
*'Itegal" Shoes for men. 
''dueen Quality'* for ladies. 

Can you beat this combinationP All the new Spring Oxfords 

are in. . 



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SmmI MTrie* operttiTM located • coanter- 
f*itiDK onlflt in an iMl«t«d p>tek of wood* 
Dear Gary, lod. 

MUUoaa <ff ietun ud mMiatfea are held up 
li Pliii oa MOOMI of Uo ttriko, mhUk baa 
iMtaM tk« Mail Carrion. Food nppliM aro 
tikart. 



DYSPEPSIA 



"RaT<nc Uli«n Tnar wendeifal "Cuearett" tor 

' r<*« month* Kn<l bftliiv etiitr«ily rnrvii of ftiomaea 
tm I h <ti>l ilvuprnala. I think • woni of praU* la 



till 



1 hkTs taken niiiuiiniu| other ■o-eallvd ramwlMia 
««rc«r M., Jtawr OI«r« XtA 



WOald In m year 
<lam«t Mcdun*. 



Th* Dowels 



TbenaTal urare in KoK'anJ ha« buen rttvivt- 'I 
ky raaora Uiat tho Uritiab GoverDmeot i* con- 
■WartH tka pwakaao of throa wanhipt oi Um 
DraadBoogkt typa ao« baiag bailt ia KaRlaad 
farBraaiL ^ 

B. ADaniaa Baker, who expoied th« alleged 
•ttaapt af the Tobacco Trust to InflDeaeo by 
brikaiy tka dofoat of an aDti-cigarotto bill in 
tka Iii«M« Laiklatara ia 1M6. ia dtad at 
AINtaarqwa, Now |ioiieo. 

Mia. Aaia Taft, itetoria-law of Proaidoat 

Taft, baa paid to Coanty Treaaarer John K. 
Thoapson of Cbioago 1(13,456.39, doe aa in- 
barilarfca tax from the ettata of bar father, 
OtfMSltOBOf rnu'irn.iti. 

Por bar beroiim io aaviag tba livaa of aiaa 
«UMi«B awiac tka baraiic of tka GoMrai 

t, Boar New York, io Wi. Miss M»ry 
waa Tburaday preeented by Speaker 
,a«bohalf of Congreee, with a ailTvr 
UMMTiag ■a dal 

Tkia ia tka latt day of wiator. AceordioK 
la tkaealaadar, apriog ia to be officially ueber- 
•d in tomorrow. The 'luy and niitbu are ap- 
proxinately of the uume leo^tb duw, March 
flU bang kaowB ai tba raraal cqeiaoz. The 
dayi will continue u> leantboo oatil Jbbo 22J, 
tba aaaiaar aolatice. 

Germany haa indicated ite desire t > rerume 
aacotiatioBa for an agreement on a general 
atkitratioa treaty with tba United State*, 
•kiak war* brokan ulT at the time of Liaron 
StenibnrK'* deaih. li-rmany and KuMiu are 
tba two principal Nauuns wbicb have not oe- 
gatiaM aa«b traatiea with thia Goverament a* 
baa been done with mont uf ihe other European 
eoaatrioe nader The UagM Cooreatioo of 
190T. 

Some of the ind* pendent maaufaetBrer* who 
parebaaod part of ttie holding* of the Barley To- 
kaeeo Soetatj.at tb* time the big aal* was made 
to the Amaricaa Tobarc > I'n.bar* failed Cn 
aoaqtly witb tba contract under which the pur- 
flkaaa waa made aad bav* ao far declined to 
par far wka( thoy got, aad a mooting of the 
Executive Commiltfe of the Barlt-y ."^oci^ty 
ha* been called for Wedoeiiday to iove»ti|{ate 
tkamattwr. 



CAN»vc«ni*ime 



PloMant. I'«!«l«h!» Pntxnt Tkiitxnnod. DoQoed, 
HoTsr M ki u, \v..»k<-n ' r lirlpo, lUo, Jao, Mc. Namt 
■oUl In bii'k. I'liK ir«M)uiiit< titbW-t fi(nini>«d 00Q& 

UttftTKiit 1 to . ijr»» "T >..ar ll.-n''j- h i.'n. 

Strrlin^; K'-m<-Jy Co., Ciucm ii ur N.Y. S9* 

ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILUON OOXES 



Tba raport thit inili'p.>nii'i!t ntpc' mum 
faotarara bad formed an ;>800,0UO,tKXJ ombi- 
natioa ia daala d. 

TO CORK A OOLU III OMB DAT 
Take LAXATIVE BBOMO qalBtae Taldet* 
DroMUU refund ntoaey U It fait* to euro. E. W. 
QIIOVE'SalaaaiareUoBoaohbos. tte. 



MtM. RalaMt IMjoafca, tba famaa PaHab- 
AatarlaaB aalvo^, i* lorloaely ill at her hoaw 
OB Bay lalaad, aoar Newport. Cat. 

tho MiaaiaBippI ri**r la klghar at Uiokman, 
Ky.ttb«a It kaa kaaa ia twalta yaara,aad 
tkaaa a ali at Man daaaia kaa baaa daaa 



Tba K*f. William Bellar. tba oldeat Mini*ter 
in the Ohio Uotboditt Conferaaoo, i* daad at 

L'olumLua, aged 87 year*. 

Crojged wireit of the Illinni.^ Tontral Railw-iy 
were blamed for the tire that destroyed the 
UaioB Depot a* LooIbvIIIo. 

Hon. Curtif Field Buroan, one of the oldem i 
and moat promiaeat pobllo moB in Koo'uoky, I 
i.^ dead at bin home at Richmond, aged 89 | 



At Naabville, Trna.. tba Jary yeatorday re- 
taraed a fardiet of acqnittal for Joka D.Skarp. 
charged with tli« nmr.l'T of formiT I'nlted 
Stata* Kaaator E. W. I'ltrtnaok, and declari d 
that it waa "bopf loMly tied up aa to tk* Coop- 
art." Notbiag daoatad by tba oxpraaaifa Arm 
nesi* of ForeroHti liurke's dfrlaratinn of a diss 
greemeot, Judge Uart teiit the twvlfe men 
oat for fartbar dcliberalioa aad aaaoaoced 
that he would not diirharge them until he «»« 
ab»olutely eonvlnoed tbat aa agreement could 
not be reached. ^ 

Th<' men on the pipe line are beiig pai<l otf 
tod'V HI 11.-' liiKM'.M'k UuildiBg, coraar of 8rc- 
ond and button dtrt-HiM. 



Dm«in<.w 4'nniiol •>«• 4'urr<l 

by looitl >iV'l>'>ci>< i'iii».u» llK'V riiiiiii l r-vu li 1 1 • 
(■tm it jinri inn •>( rill- riir. Tin re is on 1 > ow « iij i' 
diri il'Mfnt .mil il.iii in I'V ooiisi ii iitionn 1 n-uu 
•tii's. l)^'l^^ln'^^ IS i-:iu-''il I'V an ihllaiii>'i1 foma 
i.tiin i>f tti« iiiuc'ii!. 1 iiurn: lil tlm KuM iu'd mii i uli'- 
\Vln'« ihi« tut.'- 1^ inlliiiiii il ymi biivr n riiiiil lmv 
boiiiidot im|H-rri-<-i tii iirnn;. Mini « In n i t i-' nuri'l> 
i-lo»,-il, di'alin'»» isUii' riMili, mill uflll■^» i In- hi 
llHMiiimtlnii ciiii \f iiikiii "HI Mild ihls luln-r" 
Hf ri'd lo lla iiiirniHl Ciiiiilitn ii. )ieitrlii|t will Ik 
ilektriiyt'dforevpr: nineoiisi-iioutDf ten itreoauied 
liy Ciitiirriih. wlilcli iiJ niiiliiiik.' Iiiit nn innnmmed 
soniliUi n I if 111 I' rniu-i'iii. Mirfui'-'s. 

We wlllulve Oiii- Iliiiiilri-il D.'lliirs fur nnv cuki 
of di-HtneatfcsiiKed hy cutiirrti ) iliiii i-»nii(>t 
(vir-'il liv llnirm'Biiirrh Cure. Send (or f.lrculaN 
trve K. .l.(;HBMBY«OO..Tol*do,0 

Sold liy LiriiKitlKii, 7B«. 

Take Hall'aPamliy PIIU rornnn*tt|>»Mon 



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' CYLINDER '^-^ ' 




Women Suffer 

|inndi needless pain wlien tliey delay us'in^ Cardui 
for their female troiililos. Cardui has hovn found to 
relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and diz- 
ziness arising from deranjg^ed organs. It does more 
than relieve. — if n.'sod persistcntly^many haT© JVlit- 
tcn to say that it cured them. 



Fits Your Machine and Lasts Forever 

Never Breaks, Never Wears Out 
Purer, Clearer, More Brilliant To 

Buy Columbia Indestructible Records bc^:au o tl^.ey arerc 
indestructible- and you will keep on buying them because of thc^r 
incomparably full, clear tone. 

They fit your machine! Cost 35 cents^ Get a catal 
A splendid repertoire to choose from— and we are adding . 
it right along. 

f. F. GERBRICH, Pi 

No. 52 West Second Street. 0 9 



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Tba L. aad N pay oar va* hara laat aigbt 

tnd gUddened the hearta of tba boya to the | 
tune of aaveral thoa*and dollar*. 



ARDUl 



It Will Help You 



^fr<5. ■^faTTrell Johnson. Tarapa, Fla., tmtos: "Cflr'3tll cured] 
I vno ;ifu T iloctors and cventhing else had failed. I had been suffer- 
iiiu v>i!li numb spells ever since I waa IG veara old. One day I| 
, decided to take Cardui. I hare now taken t bottles and I can say 
tliat it has cured me. I advise all nAerlng women to give Cardui 
a long and fair trial." 

Mrs. Johnson BuiTercd years. HaTS von? Do you wish to? 
jBatvlqrfifferatallP TakeCardoL OiTe it a fair MaL 

AT ALL DBUO 8T0BI8 



Just Arrived! 

CARLOAD OF ' 

DISC and DRAG HARROWS, 

SINGLE and DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, 
ONE and TWO-HORSE CORN PLANTERS, 
CULTIVATORS OF EVERY TYPE. 

Also, • Complete Line of 

BUGGIES, SURRIES, RUNABOUTS 

AND 

DRIVING WAGONS. 

Get Our Interesting Prices. 

KlrkaX^Kirk 

Cor. Second and Sutton Streets. 



Harry B. DuiJIej baa rei*ignrd hi* p'ace a« 
baeKace aWfr und exprenH ni>i<>t'(iL:t'r with 
ih ' I'., F. B'li .> u I; HT'l gone t" '.'hicago 
Marvin Lee eLccHt-ii* him. 



On the docket iif the April tt>rm of the j 
Fi'iliTnl Court at Covington are 19 ca«e* of ! 
violations of the Government pure food law. I 

The Order of Railway Telegrapher*, Chei- 

tipeal(i> and Ohio DiviMlon, began tbeir regnlar 
lri.-nni:il c r.Nrntion of tba DivitiN Bt Giaoia- 



The aanoal Deetiag of the eoovocatioB of 
Cnunty SoparlBtaBdeata of Butara Normal 

Kirtrict. r>>^ ronDti»8.' will ba bald it HiebfllOBd 

May 'ith. (Ith and 7th. 



The foBoral of the late Martin Cooaey will 
take piaea from St. Patrick'* Cbareh tomor> 

row afternoon at 2 o'clock, tba interment fol- 
lowing in the Cemetery at WB*hineton. 

Twenty-aeveo 8todenti>, member* of the 
jnnior claas in mechanical enKineerlBg la the 
I'nivtrnity of Keatocky at Lexlagtoa, spent 
Thar«day at HamiltoB, Ohio, Tidtlng the 
•Niif* Tool Work* Company, the Lnni; 
Allatatter and tba Hooveo, Owena Lent- 
Acbler abopi. 



Whtxt to 









^innouncements. 

AHUOunemtinttf for eitfi offlcn. ts; county offt 
17 7 r 



aMCfonii, 

Ui^are aulhi>ri<"(l tn aonounce W. M. DAl'GII- 
KKTYacntlitlaii' for r«-(-lvctlon to the ulHae uf 
Clijr .liieiMirai tbir >uvemtiet*leotlon. IW^ 



I 111 I 1.KIIK 



Wv are auihoruud to minouncf WILLIAM J. 
KBRWIN a*aaaDdtdaM for tba ofllaa ot.aHjr 
\ CIvrk at the Movaaber eleellon, t9W. 



ciiiKf 111 I'oLii r.. 
iilir.ri/.<l iM ntim iiiii-e .KjllX T. 



SIKjK I i» a imikIiiIhU' ((.r ( Io 
j i.'liy i f M.ij>»illi- m il,.' >i 



f (V^.ii'e of Itie 
r . ii '-lii'iu IW*. 



\\k itr« auiborlxud to ttutiuuuoe HARRY A. 
OKT at a oandldate tor re-eleottoa lo the ofUoe of 
<.-hief of Polloe of the City of Mayavtlle at the No- 
vember election. 



Princess Rink. 

Only AmBsement Place 
in Maysville. 

Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Nighti and 

Saturday Aftcrnoona. 



Seed Potatoes! 

THE EULV NORTHERN VARIETIES. FOR SALE IT 

iT. O- EVERETT cSc OO- 



VUVXTY. 



COCUTT CLRMK. 

, We are anlborlied to announo* Mr. P. p. PAR- 
I KRR aa a candldau for Clark^ of ibe Haaoo 
I County Court, aubjeet to tbe aeitoa of tb* Oaaio 
' crsii of Maion County. 

WV are aultiori/.ed to aniioiiuce ARTllfK F. 
Woulj a. acaudidalB for (.o.nty ( lerk, tiuti>!<it 
to the anion of th« Oemocrallc party. 

We ar. aulborlaed to announoa W. P. OtUS- 
CjOMaaaaa^dMaMfOr Ooaaty Olark. aal^Tb 
the aattoa of tb* Daioor at l u party. 



roB ^aiLim. 
We are aatborlaad to annoBaee JOHN K.rrm. 
aoaadidalefor JaU*ro(liaaoaOo«aiy,aubic«( ■> 
tbe aoUoa ol tlM Doaioatatie party. 



I We are auihnri/^il lu auoouaoa JRtiSIIC O 
YANCR V H» a i-Hiiiliilute for tbooiiee of Cuui^y 
8uperlnteniJerii "f ^rlioi li, iab)ael 10 tba aoMdB 

I of ilie Democratic parly, * 

1 

We ar<' ButhnrUed to anaoMoa OBABLB B. 
W ELI^ a. a oaMlldai* for Oonaty toporlafi*^*' 
(•nt of fiobool., aab)*at to tbe aeitoa of the ~ 
eraitc party. 



iMit I t A--rt»'*ii?i 

W* ar* autborlied in .>i .yr HKMiV K> 

CHILDaaa a oandldate for < ouuiy a>wmui, lab 
^t to tb* aattoa ol the Oemoeratle party. 



i iari-iT ( 1.1IIK. 
W« nn authorized loaonnaucf ItoAAC ^V<miI». 
WARD ataoaodtdale for (Aroult Court oMk. 
aubjeat to tbe actio* nf the Demoeratle Prlnatnk 



.. ■ . 1 11 ixie:. 
Wa are authorlaed ro atii,..iiiH;* W. II. KIOR aa 
aeaatfldat* forOooiitv .itidiie, «al|}wt to tbe 
tlon of tbe Uemeoralk. party. 



^IKHT l'»(K^H\ 1 h.Itl A N I'lll'KrH. 
/.■■i.Jnhn h.fl.,,,,,. II. II.. rnsliii. 

Ri'liiileiice No, 311 Market ilreet. 

Snnday-wbool at9:aDa. m. 
.Million Sabbath-tobool In the German Cburab 
at 2 p. m. 

WcBiiuiobter Society C. K. at 6:00 p. m. 
y«4-kly Pra>'iir-m«atlnR Tbartday at 7:00 p. m. 
maoblnf at 10:tf a. m. and 7:00 p, ^ 



60 TO THE NEW YORK STORE. A FINE PRESENT 
GIVEN WITH A $5 PURCHASE. 

Specials ^Saturday 

l.ailifs' iH'w Wai.sts, up-tn-dnte, beiiutilull v cniliroidortnl, 
69c and l>8f. 

Ladiei' line rjuality Mualin Underakirta. 79c uud 98c; ele- 
gantly trimmed in Ilambarg and lace. 

20 piecea fine quality India Linen, regular 16e quality, 
these two daya 10c n yard. 

Ladies' New Dress Skirts Kd<! mt, 
$1.98 and $2.98. 



$4.!)8. 



Ladiea* fine TaBeta Silk Bkirta, cheap at $6.98, our price 

50 pie( HmtiiIiiii'u 'J'rinH)iini.'H, 6i' and lOc a yard. 

\'('ry Klumi' ini:, '.''ir n y uil. 

\ I : ^ I i| 1 1 1 I , ! S( ,1 II il li - - I 111 ;^ l:i > ! M il - I in, i illly T)!" il yd. 



New York Store. 

S. STRAUS, Proprietor. 



f 

I 



1869—1909. 
REAL 



CKNTHAL PKK-DYTICBIAN CHI'RCIi. 

lt,v. \\. 11. Aktrt, m$tor. 
Reaideuue .\o. wa VOCoat amue 

Siindav kctiool iil |i:30 a. in. 

Prani-liiiiir at W: \h a in. and 7:30 p. HI. 

< '. i:, .Meeting Suintiiv al 'i: I.S p. m. 

Weekly PrayuMueeiinn Wudneiday TtW p. ni. 



rlirilCH (if TIIK NATIVITY. 

.Suiuliiy school 0;3(lit. in. 
servlOHh-tiuoilayk, IU:46 a. m. and 4:U0 p, m. 
Priaay T:00p. m. 



niiaB aTBEXT m. b. < Mnm ii 

Btv. F. W. J/iin oii, iSutor. 



I 1 i promises, 

Lumber.) w. b. 



. In 40 years we have had no better stock— / 
/ Weather*Boardinc, Floorlne, Celling, Sl.ing- 1 

' les and Piece Stuff. We do not deal in \ 

i* •_ ii . _ . ti •.' ' 

/ 



prospects or propositions. 

MATHEWS & CO. 



.308 ^Wiatlaooad atreet. 



Resideuce 

Sunday icLool hi ^:I& a. in. 
PreaohiUK lit 1U:3U a. lu. and 7:00 p. m. 
Kpworth Leatiue at tf:IU p. m. 
Prayer-maettng TtaurMiay at 7:00 p. m. 



aaaaaii v. a. oavara. 

s«f . w. a. o t w u mt rt . 

SuDda*.aoiMol at ttW a. m. 

CijaM iloaUaa oTOTf laaoad aad feerth Sun- 

^I'lti'liliii: every Brtt aad thlld Sunday, at 
10:90 a nj. and 7:1X1 p. m. 
Bpworth League each Sunday at 0:90 p. iii. 



nmmt u, m. cmdbob. aoimi. 
•Jim. B. r. fhaUam. 
Ba.ldaa«e..M»»._....~..Mo. ■f .Waai aaoonii atraei 
Sunday-aohooi •:!• a. n. 
PraMhlai at lo:«ka.ai. aadT:0>p. m. 
Bpwotth Magaoat ItM p. au _ 
Prayor-aMattai l>atiiay at f iOO p. m. 

aaeoaa a. a. OKsan, aaviu. 
a M99t M» M* JValataa. 
■aaidaaoe....M....„....._«_JM Baat Saooad atreet. 

Pr«aehlni; Drtt. tecond and fourtli Sunday, at 
10 So a. in. and 7;UU ^> ui. 
Suiiilny «e|jiml every Sunday al 9:!t0 a. m. 
llr»>'T nieetiiiK every Tliuraday nl7:UU y. lu. 
Kpwi rtli League, Tuetday at 7:(JU p. in. 
Junior Upwortii Ijeagaa, tiuuday at3:W p. m. 



rawt sAmat.oairatw. 
Jlet. B. Mom Arnold, ftttr. 

Sunday ar.bool S:I0 a. m. 
t'reavtiiUK at 10:46 a. ID. and 7:UU p..m. 
Young People'* Meeting t'Mp. m. 
fray at ■001 iBf Thnnday T:00 p. b. 



TRY 

ANISE DROrS 
NOARNOUND DROPS 

SMITH BROS.' COUOH DROPS 
BROOK'S MENTHOL COUGH DROPS 
FOR THAT COLO 
AT 
TRAXa'S 




New Wallpaper 
^ Paint Store 



laaawfiaw enmiMi*. 
Rn, Kogtr L. OttH, fmloe. 

Reinienoe .Mat Poattb Street. 

buDday-*aliooia:IO a. m. 
Btlweaiaff at 10:45 a. m. and 1-M p.m. 
Y. P. >.C.K.a:ttp. m. 
Pray«r-isaoUn« Wadaeaday 7:Wf. m. 



i-t. rATBICk'a CUt'KLH. 

Uf I . >\MA«r j: tl. Jon**, foMor^ 
Raaldenoe „w...«~..»..~-.IU BMt Tklid alfiM« 

rfiMea^aa. u. 

- «t»a. 

•tiira,n. 
afWlOa. a. Maaa 



:THB: 



sHendrickson Paint Co. 

Optnt, Its New Store Saturday, the 20th» 
204-206 Sutton Street. 

Beantitul Wallpapen,«Uh Paiots io mutcii. "Tbe HtiUeu 
BeaiUifal" our motto. Everybody ia aakid to call' aad aee for 
themaelvea what we oBer. We invite auggeationa, thai we naay 
aerve you to your aatiafaetion anti nur credit. 







0AILy 




WBKKL r RKP rh r, ra .v iki?. 

OAJLi- PUBLIC Ll.inil.lt liuj 



MA YSVILLK, KF , SA'lUIfDAY, MARCH 20, 1900. 



nsE coPT-WMCMm 




Pood is 
more tasteful* 

healthful and nutri- 
tious when raised with 




The only bakinji: powder made 
from Royal Qrape 
Craam of Tartar 



Made ft 
Crapt* 



Tbe annual ooal bill of tk« PrMtiu railwfty 
•yitom to 126,000,000. 

A panM «ko avMaDtly dtatpprored of eor- 
porst pooiikmit wroto tht teacbar: 

"Dear Miu: Don't bit cor Jahonie. Ws 
nanr do tt al boM esoept in aalf-dafaaaa."— 
^amni Hiart Rortow. 

"Lena RWm," dramatiiad from Mm. Mary 
J. Hi)lm "h" n "vpI hy Heuliih Poyntcr, whii'h lian 
maile aach a prooooooed metropolllaa bit thin 
aeaaoo. to»MMao*d for Hkytvilla Mareh 2Cth. 
Tba ooDptay to mM to b« « vorj elavar one. 



Miai Lyda ScbatzoaDn, wbo baa baen qnite 
ill •! (ba boma of bar pareata on Laxingtoo 
atmt for tho paat iraok or mora, to able to be 
atortagal a. 

ALL 18 WELL 



Mr. Baa Wardar, aoa of Mr. and Mra. W. R. 

Warder of thii< I'iiy, h ih hnld thu pmitioa 
of Aaatotanl Auditor la tbe Americao Natiooal 
Biohaago Bank at Dallaa, Teiaa. bM baea pro- 
moted to the poaitinn «f VUmii/or i>f Collec- 
tiiinx. with fnurteen older men under him. 



That Ends Well— The Tobacco 
Situation In Mason County in a 
Satisfactory Condition 1 



Why Syrup 
P epsin is Free 

For more years probably than the 
a^e of the person reading this, Dr. 
bafe traded 1,200 boKahxadit of tobacco atored : W. B. Caldwell, of Monticello. III., 

i. Itobicwarebdaie. In tbe Eut Bad. and 'j*" P"'-';^^.^ '"''''f";"; 

. thing that l;Tccd itscif .-,11 !;;-. niind 




I>uriD;: ih:' yif t vevt-ral days J. T. V.'.ilton j 
of LexiogtoD and Frank Goodwin of tbi« ciiy ' 



th« Bamo liaf li'M.n'uci'- p'i 'l liy Frank Harf r ni{ 
of Louiaville, teproneniinK tbe Americao To- 
baeoo Compaay, makioK 8,600 boKabeads de- 
livered of tbe oriitinal 4.000 po-chaae, leavInK 
500 hn;!..<heiida to h« paDi>pd upon, wbicb will 
ba cumpleted tbe ci.miuK week. 

Tba baadliec of the two ernpo woa a atopen- ' 
doai alTair, Hntl tlioAK having th(> tiurdi^n upnn 
thfir Kli(iuldi*re »re to be cnnKratuUted und 1 
eomphnienled that thejr hitv> euctfc^fiilly ' 
waaibarad tbe atorm and accompliabed tbe aim ' 
and parpoaa far wbieh tbey have labored 'O j 
ardently, in a eaeoo and oot of ae<a m, for tbe : 
paat two year*. 



w.n.s tiic urm'nt mod <>£ tl.o Ir.inian 
body for sonu'tliini; lii.it '.M';;!!! scieii- 
tificnlly r< ^"'•'1'^^ tlic (lii.'i.'-iivc or- 
gans — the ^(oiikkIi. IImt iiid 1m. wt!-'. 

Theae ye.'irs of ^llul^ .l.-, . 1 1 Pr. 
Caldwoll'a Syrup r<i'siii. m.v.- i.c vmuz il 
■I the niitlon.'ii Biifc Kunrii <<f 1, iltli In 
thoueuntlM of good Aiiierlian Ij im.-. f'or 
twenty yeare It ha* boeii Kit'ol^'K irU iida, 
for It la today, a« it ahvuya hue tjet<n. the 
beat laxative tonic for women, children 
and old folk?, for thvr capcclully need a 
Kuntio, aifv i.ix.ith.' tonic that Is aura In 
results iiTij iioiM not Kilpo. 

It Is l>('i :iiiSf th'' Uuct.'r li.i.x wnlrtn-d Us 
KOod work f'T :ill tl^-';'' vtiiis anvl i>cllc>vos 
in the tnt-rlt of hU remedy that he offers 
to send a frei- trial iMttle at his own ex- 
pense to niivonn who w^tes him. Tou 
nnve slini ly to .wpiuf voiir n.Ttno niul iid- 
drt'.xs. Uii tlio Biii ii -til i-r wh:it tln'se 
free trial I1..I1I.H I ■ 1 .1 (Iiou- 

snndf li>i\>' Im .11 iv »'iUl- 

well'e Syrup I'l psin Is t > :i i.li-ly 

for 



BOWDT, wnxm! 

The home of Mr. and Mm. (^harl"!) V. Em- 
mooa at Sprlogdale was Rladdened by the ar- 
rltal of a youn^ voter named William Bryaa 
Baaoas. ^ ^ ^ 

118 eMMNUOWN. 

Abtrtlttn (<9 ) arttna OfMm, 

Rrnwn eoanty farnam ar* makiatr^heir ta> 
b icco beda for tba corriin,' Kcaam'a cr'p It 
to aatimated that tbe county's usual crnp is 
about 4,000,000 poanila, ai^d it to not nn 
likely ih:it thii< year'* pnidiiotinn will he double 
that of furmvr ycnrs. R-pora from all 
over Ibe enuoty it dicat>» that there mill be a 
large number of barns ervcled to fcooie tbe 
)>Mp<-ct>-d )ii»; IT p. In Ibie tnwoiihip there 
will be at'Veral new harns bmlt. 



tCIINOI MIVINTt ■ALONBM. 

Tka ratal Ctona aa4 Ita lUaaedr ir«it 
Paeta of Seleaet. 

It is the rarest thing In tho wmid for 
A man to be nccexsarily bald No man 
whoee hair Is not dpa«l nt tlio roMts, neod 
to* bald If he will uh>' Ncwlirj's ll -r;ii- 
clde, the new sculp antlspptlc. Ilorpl- 
cIiIp ilostroys the Rerm that I'uts t!ip liair 
off nt the root; and elcaim the scalp of 
daticinift and leaves It in a perfectly 
healthy condition. Mr. Mannett, In tbe 
.Maryland Block, Butte, Mont, Was en- 
tir»i> bald. In leaa than a month Herpi- 
ci'le had removed the enemlea of hair 
Kr'iwtb. and nature did its work br cov- 
priiiK his head with thick hair an inch 
!• >iK. and In hIx weeks he had « normal 
y<\H '<r hair Sold by b'adlni; druntsts. 
Hoiid 100 In Ktampn for sa tuple to The 
Hcrpiclde Co., Detroit. Mich. 

TWO StZESHMo, AND 11.00 

J. JAVIES WOOD & SON, Special AgenU. 



The linaa ladutryof Irelaad amploirs 70,000. 

i. If. Harrto, wbo waa bringing a load of 
nitroKlycerine frnm Marietta to Crooked Creek, 
^f-t by guolioe boat, waa given medical traat- 
■eot at ttaaebeater for a broken leg aastaiaed 

while warkinc abnut the machiofry of thp 
bast. He reports that be received tbe injury 
when oppoaite Portaaooth, bat waa not per 
mitted to land. 



PILES CURED AT HOME BY 
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. 

If y. 11 luH'.T [rMtu lil-filltij. itcliioK, blind "r 
liriiiriiclinL' I'llr-.nml in<" your Mil'lr. s~ ^.mI i kpi 
toll VHi III! ,v tn !■ uri' \ . ii,r-'-lf »i ' ' .■ ti. 'A 

■ lonriitii n tri'ittiii-ri' : ami "ill i ■' ' i - n f 

thi> hoiti- tr»»tnii:iit fre* fi)r trini, ivlih ffi nan-. 
from your own 1 cullty if r.-.|a..»ii il. liiiiiKdiiix. 
r ■ i-f iitirj pprmam'nt (Mm- nimirfd. Sfnd ti ■ 

III' ^ , ittil irii ul lit*ri, ni* t iiiH tilT*^r. VVrill* t<Hjii\ 

to .Mr'» M. Snaiiimri. Box 1'. SuulU Iknd. lud. 



PAINT ! 



PAINT ! 
PAINT ! 



sand diifaront oooaaion", anJ wireh»u«e ru- 



tised thun any other .Vtimi' ui 
It wu no amsil uodertakinK. wben it to un- . conatlpation, , liver trouble. iiat .,u-ncy, 

1 Mllousne»>», IndlReatloii. xcur ^ti aiiich. 
ItTBtoaJ th It t-i.\ ttiiili 111 |)() iii'i'i of liie WHcil dyspt-pwla, hfarttmrii anil wliiill r iMmir- 

dvrs of ltii< .Mtiiiiach. Iher ai.ii Iiowflw. 
were rectiivui at eight ditfereot Wttrebuoaea in , It can b>- ol>t:ilii<-d of unv dni>.'Kist nt 

M c» iit8 and II a bottlo, and a IkHHo will 
tbe eoanty, graded and baadlsd on fonr tboa- 1 do you u hnndrpd tlmea the amount of 

aood It cofts you. 
People like Mrs. M. L. arnves, $32 Oak- 
.1 . • ■"Ti.Moi.nu . . , ^""^ a^e.. Toledo. O.. O. B. Houseton. 
Cftpta amoUBting to 9)71,do3 80 being iaaoed Ifo-xilmpr. Ala.. Wllllam U> M. Gondtnan. 

- Mls-1.. < nt for a frno ti si bnttU- and 

oa account or aana. now ha\i tl,. ir i.nliro family uslnt; it ii.-i 

Itwu tbuagkt byaaoy that aa average^ 
price of 15 ceala per pounil cnuM not bi> main. 
tainad, owing to diversity and qualitr of tbe 
oreps, bat it baa been aecompltobod witb an 
iaHiatasimal differeaee. 

Thfffi' has alntndy been p.ii I >^IK of the 
19U6 crop and 00 April 5lb, $45U,UOO will be 
paid oot oa tba 1907 emp. 



We have H very htitfc ^to«•k. Will Hpi iM-intt yom ti,<ilf, 
whoth* r yiiti want tu I'nv a h..lf ;)i:ir or fi'ontli t" p liiu 
you.'- I'rv "Ni'-.v l. tt" ..i. yuiii fuiiiiiur" 11 li 

see \vl)it! 11 tidi s to it, Voii will iie ii<.-li)(tit('ii w tli the 
result. 

J. JAMES WOOD 6i SON 

At Dayton, Ohio, SH t.' r.><u;t it' .1 • ; ■ nk i.r' nieiiturv 

beadacbe powdera^'efc at the duuratep a-i u a'ni th- uttier penal ii.i-iit i' 1 n n of tba it tale 



aample, Etbsl Boater, a tbirteeo-year oM giri. 



• ill be itiiivn np in a lew >lHTa by U. B 
Tiiatcber, State Inspector miiH F.xaminer. 




If there is anythlnir about 
your ailment that you don't 
understand, or If you want 

any modlctil udvl< .-, write 
to the doctor, and !io will 
»>n«wpr von fnllx- 'I'lit'"' I' 
■ IK) (.licirKC for this rvic- 
The aiKlii ss Is Dr. W. B. 
Cui.lw. M m; I'.ildweil bldg.. 
Munliuello, Ul. 



Sold By J. J. Wood A Son, Druggtoti 



For 

.i)&in.eness 
m Horses 



Spring Shoes! 

We have searvtwd the market' thiir<>uf{hly and have 
ohoaeB tbe cream oftlaa new atyltM uf the laaalng nianu- 
flusturera. Oar styira fhr ladies and gentlemen are tn 
new elfBCta. Iiotb In Hhapm and details, and comprise 
«boae of eitreme novi'lty tbr yuunK ladle's and jrouii|{ men 
•nd otbara on qaleter llnea I'ur vunaervatlTO wearera. An 
early tnapaotlon will Inaaiv oboloa MhMttoiM. 

Barkley's Shoe Store 



"JfarcA brfn^i breezes loud mn4 $hHU, 

SUrt the linncing daffodil." 



LOUDLY 



WE WISH 
TO PROCLAIM ! 

Tbkt we hare a atoek of 

Furniture! I 

which has la i n .si lta ltd iTf 
with tba utmost care, 
both at to qaality and 

price. 

AND IN A 
HHIULL MANNER 

we alao wiah to call 
your attention to Ibe 
(act that we are .tally 

prepared to deal most 
Mt)crully with \' \\ \u 
anything that yt.u iiuy 
need to (urui»li yimr 
home, wbtflher it be in 
substaiuiHi, iit'iiiitifiilly-iinished Furniture or a oaagoitioent Piano 
or Victor Xalkiug MHchiiie. 

YOl'K CKKDll IS UOOl). 

BRISBOIS & OiENER. 





Much of the chronir lameness in horses is due to iH t,'lt^ct, 
See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's 

Lii.im.-nt on hand .iiul apply at the first signs of stiffness. 

It's wonderfully penetrating — goes right to the spot— relieves 

thi.' soreness — limbers up the joints and makes the muscles 

c!.i3tic and pliant. 

SloeuVs Liniment 

•will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol- 
len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, 
founder and thrush. Price, 50c and $IJ30, 

Dr. Earl S. Sloan, - - Boston. MaM.^ 

SliMo'a iMMik ow horses, cattle, sheep and poaltrjr a«at free. 



Mr. Baa Theaweoa, a welUknowa gsatlamaa 
of thto eoeaty wuy yasra ago, to aow realdiag 
at Hidwaj; 

As Saint PatrMk waa Ibe patron Saint of 

Ireland, il'it considered a wine thing to plant 

Irish potatoeii an thx nerenteHiiih <A VIsroh. 

— — - •> -• 

CHILD LABOR MEET 



Caanea ha't aaeh wore tbaa a eraeker, after 



all. 



SpriRK* u the II im • . ' :i ii»«r Poatoflee to 

ba established in Kr,-en :|. l auiitt. 



LoyePs Specials 

For Spot Cash Only. 

TtiiK week, in order that all may have a chance, I am going to coD* 
tinue t)ir specially low prices of last week on all goods named in the liet, ex- 
cept io order lo let one SS-pound sack Havemejrer'a Qrsnalated SagMr afr 
|1.2d,tbe parcbaaer will be required to buy at least TWO D0LLAB9 ivorib of 
other gooda named in the list. Sugar is advancing end cat price goods axo 
guiog fast, ao my advice is to get in your work quick. 

And don't forget that I bave a big supply of 4he best 

Garden Seeds, 
Melon Seeds, 
Seed Potatoes 
Onion Sets, ^^"^ 

TI < prt.poM <i tax by Congress on coffee bne caused • material advance 
oti .ill KooiN, t ut I iitii '<till selliDg at same old prices— 16c, 2Uc and 25c, al« 
w tyo fre^h roa^ti I. I r\ a i an of tbe tamoua "Barrington Hall Steel Oot" al 
'6'jc wiien yuu waut Hoinetbiog extra fine. 

FincNt white Tuble Potatoes, 80c per peek; 11.10 per buibel. 

ICvrrylindv sniilf. 

R.B.LOVEL,^"""' 



Wholesaie 0 Retail; 



TELEPHCNB 83. 



WALLPAPER ! 




The RYDER 



''arpet Paper, 
Building Paper, 
Rubber Roofing, 
Paints, Oils and 
Window Glass, 
Room Mouldings. 

PAINT 
STORE 



MAYSVILLE, KY. 



.\ ne* [»t[i;'r, Tli . < ',,! 


; I'onnty Newt, 


Democrat* < Favi-ite (v>unty Will nominate 


bar just made itn apinMirand- : 


t Princton. 


a coaoty ticket at » pritnary on Uay 4tb. 



The I.KixiCK !irktiii*lH l^M,! r-'Ceipt <if the tirst Two mules «»re kieaed lo doatb by borsea 
IS u- ' f ThH Equity Xewv, the oew tobacco iu Brown county rec-'ntly and a loeal paper 



jaurn.il |iU!ilish»d at Winche.'ter. 



Tni- Itluetjrii.'^.'' 1- 
rli.i!t"r th ' chiiic" 

l{H!riD({ nut (if thtf I.I 

lay ball. 

The 

V. 



'j-ii- ^.-m-.- Win- 

i'jt'. tn I ih^'V !■! use S>uo- 



Ifiolal directory »if tb-- Pr itMHtaiit 
."copal Church of tbe State haa beau issned. 
cu iog the oamber of oomraaniesnta of each 
hurcb. 



starU tbe story witb thto headline: "Baalea 
at Their Own liame." — Kansaa City Joaraal. 

COCNTUY PUOOCOB 

loday*BV>- '> " t'-- Maaohen* 
tar. HcjHtoiK t oiumeroial Co. 



.\ brown coantiao has tb>> distinction t^f 
beini; the only livioKOainian who voted directly 
'a rrake .Ahraham IJiiC"l:i Pri-Hident of thi- 
1': itfd .>it»t^-8 foliowinit tbe rieotion io 18t>4 
I i n. .VI ills itHrdatir, now n resident of Waah- 
in^tan C. K ^^ th>- niin He was born at 
liu.ii"fllvi !i' ui .laiiusrv "t 1S30 



t*rto»»-i .iTa>.(.»H( 

H'MH. V ff.. 

r.irKi-> >. lb 

'luttfr.i'i-rlb .... 
Esct.perloiea . 



O'ooktbit morslBs— 

„ Uc 

~.l«o 

lie 

l«e 




FOR SALE I 

The Bohn G, Brodt 
Mom^mlmad • . • • 



II the KIriniBiclhurii: 
. ^fHiil (vruiiii. iiouSf, 



'iHKe mark* 19 9 ami faHiog. 



! kvi' mill's frnii ^\ 
,>ik .'i^ i.i-rr» Inu.l. 

• I ll r< aiid oihiT ii. >'i >k.>r . oulliuildiuK^ : cilWrii 
iiiul ix viT titilinK "'11 "f ».'>«'<1 wnHT Thli plar>- 
HI iilil inHk)' » ciiiiiforinM)' naiiilry bonu) lor a 
Rity butlnvsk tuku A)'i>lv tn Henry Broot. near 
ihr propfrtv. or .lolm R llrndi, near Dlmaaltt'a 
suilmi. on 1. »inl N Rrtiiri'iid. 
iimrl.S iMil-Jvv .lOllN K HKOD I, Kucoulor. 



r 



! Large Attsndaiice ExfMCttd tt Con- 
ftrsnM In Ntw OrlttM 



Tka only bind vf reRular wurii (?) ibat'a to 
I tbe likiag ef ansM men l» leaflai. 

.Mr.'' Naiiua un tbe nih>>r aide no dovbt will 
he Klad to bear tbat KockofoHar to oa "oar 
I aide." 

' Roekofeller doubtless fonaid>rs that be ean 

w OA,, I .1. I. t . ,4 o*o that 929,000,000 to better advaatage tbaa 

Mora tbaa 300 delegatea have been appointed , p^j^ gass. 

by tba QoTsraors of tbe Tarioiu States in tbe ! ^ — — — » 

Soalk la attaad tka Cklld Laker Uw Coafer- ! Joka Vaa4argfiff. wbe kad Jnst bees ssa- 

sDce to hB held in Nrtw Orleans March 2;)th, Uaced to a uoe and a half year term in iho 
30ib and aiat, aoeordinK to ad»icea recoiTed , P«>- •«=»P*'l 

ky Qovsraar Saadars af Uttaiaaa. tvsa wkase | eis^ tkto week^ ^ 

laTHatiea tba Ossmtloa vill meet, I (}BT WI THIN 

The (ibjsrt nf thi> tfnihcrinp will he tht» (li«- 

nuaaion of improved and more Uniterm Child Piles CftD't Bb CUTdd FrOQQ tho 

Laker Uws la tba Seatbera Statas. aad It Is j OatlMto. 

balieved that far>rea«kiag rsaalU will be ao- 1 ■Kteni-I ifaimont woti't cure piles, 
cotnplished. Nor«iii-ur^ic«l..,,..rBti..ns. 

The Cau:.i' la inm lM !md ciroulatloD. 
Among the delenatoa appointed by tioversor y,, i-y,, ^n.-^ y„j nm.-t free tho circulation 

WUtooa were StaU Ubor laspeetor Tboaias . ^'^ ' ' '':*Vr '"""I- , ... 

lir. Leouhardts Hem-Kuid ia the only inter- 
.\. Iiavid and Mr. Rob»rt .\ 'ochr-ii; of this nal tablet remedy for piles. It removea the 

ciiy. Mr. DsTla. who has beaa spanuinii Ike o****** ^- J*""*" * S™"*' Mayafills 

Ky. Qearaaieed to cure any case. 



wtaitar at St. Aagaaiine. Fla.^ will attend the 
Ooafaraace. . 



Dr. Uaahardt (^o., Station K. Btffalo, N. 7-, 
pieprlelarak Write for beofclat. 



J'he jdashington Opera-house 



1 



MATINmB AXn XMGMT 



friday, March ZQth \ 

m HTO\ .v/.vo.v 

Offtrm Beulah Poynter't Ormm- 
ittiamtfn »f 

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Uy .U.tKr .1. UOl.HES 
The Wrtter With Ten MUHmn 



AS l.\TI<atU8XlNU l>L.\V KKOM 
I I AN INTERMTINti NOVEL.. 
I rr*8 A HIT. 



Prictst 



M A TINEE J4« to .9i 

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Hose as 



1 i."!'' I tlo- %» on 
Itir ot .SI- 

I'AIKS. 

All h'lunil rnuo4 
with the lis iiMnths 
Kuarantve or 



TRUE ADVERTISING '^^"'^^'"^ 



GEO. U. 

FRANK & CO. 



Tint jPays. 

When viui I'.ill at (iiir Rtcrr, if y*"! il.i not lind everylliing just 
exactly as icprPfientod by i>ur luivi'iti-ii'nii'iit, we lose your confl« 
dence, which is what wo want must. Itaat'ii why you iu«y 
w«yi be fare that our bargaini tra Joit «■ adMrtised. 

SPECIALS 

One Gallon Maple Syrup $1.00 

One Quart Maple Syrup 25c 

Fine Flavored Country Shoulders, per pound . lie 

ORANGES, BANANAS and LEMONS cheap Fri- 
diy and Saturday. Fresh K M.F, I FTTUCE, CEL- 
ERY, RIPE TOMATOES, SPHING ONIONS daily. 

J. C CABLISH 4 BRO. 

QUALITY OHOCiRS. 



l!l BLM j 



ORANQEBURQ. 



Dr. Btoe, vrh>) bss .' ti'O vtiry Hxk for ton* 
■oatha, ia Tary low at this wriiing. 

Dara Ralfhill hu begno the eroctioB of a 
kriek dweljitiK' his farm nitar har«*. 

Mr. and Uu. William Pollitt of ToUaaboro 
vara tho gwU of Mn. Charlaa Pollard laat 
Friday 

iuha Uu« aoi fainil; bava aovad from thi* 
■aigbburbuoa lo tha Jamaa Kray farm aaar 

L«witburK. 

Claraoca ^\ lilelt, «bu baa baan apandiog tba 
wiatar with bia aotbar hara, will laava for 

IlliBoia abortiy 

Dodlay Moore bai moved to tbu Irux (arm 
b«iu» town, aod Mr. Biabop ia now ooeapyiag 
tba hooaa ha vacated io Or«ogaborg. 

Tba reDaiDi> of W iliikoi (irkcu, colored, 
ware brought beic ^'ot jr>i.>y f >- u.termaot in 
tba old Cameiary oa ibd L:ti above uwn. 

Mr. and Mrs. Beruisn i^ramel bavu guoe to 
boaaakaepiog lo the bnu.'ie lurmcrly occupied 
hf Mai Baokett, who hM mjved near Kactor- 
TWa. 

Tha Sonday x biin! a . i Kii ivavor 8uciety uf 
tta C< C. are mitkii.)^' itrruoKemaDta (or an 
laatar program, which will ba raadarad on the 
aTeniag uf that iiny. 

Mr. and Mr«. Uemy iurnrr, r.oe t'ttut 
Pollard, »b.i Mt^rf marrit<a last \Vrdo««day 
laft Sunday m^rniiiK tur liiiDui!>, wbero tb*y 
will make ibeir faiore iii>iri<. 

LonJ III h4» ',13 Viiii.x ijii!?. 



Tomorrow will be ihe vernal equinox, tba 
baginiag of apriog. 

At Parta Jobi Raorjr Trigg, a Negro, wa« 
given five yrsara io tba PanHantiary for steal- 
ing rhickpnii. 

Tba Wi'St Tennea^ee Laml Company ha.i 
agread to eell ita intereeta in Reflfnol Lake to 
tha 8UU of Tannaaaea for |76,U00. 



ONLY ONE. 



The Record In Majrwvllle la • Unique 
One. 



TDere are only tifiy-tive (amale pbyaiciaoa 
ia tha tiermao Ku.p re. 

The I'r.ti.^li 1' i.^t-;:'. ;e S.n.ni;* li»nk baa over 
10,(M).;,iji,(' (iff, ..-It r, 



FNak Biabop of Flamiogsiiarg bae signed to 
piteh ball chia neaaon for the Lexiagton team 
af thi» Blo<»gra?<5 Leasu j. 



The capitaiiz'jtiuo of S' W York d otreat rail- 
wayi, iociuling elevated aa J aubway .4, is $533,- 
OWfiOO and lOay derive aanually from paaaan* 
gare $62,000,000. 

- • - 

CORN AND ALFALFA TESTS 



If the readxr bas a "bad back" or any kid- 
ney ill and is I lokint; f<>r relief and cnru, bet- 
ter depend on uie .i..iv reiuiidy endorsed by 
people you know. Doan'a kidoAy 1*014 relieve 
iiuickfy — eura parnao«<itly. Maysville eiti- 

zet:t testify to IhW. liert- i.j r» c im- of ji : 

Mrn. Nathan A. ll iiir, .\Uy«vil:e, ivy , r-uy^: 

"My opinion of Dxaii's Kidney I'lll." ie eu 
bigb that 1 have not the least hesitation in 
publicly recommending tbem For ten yearn I 
was bothered by backache, duriot; wbi h time 
I tried varioQs remedies *vi, i.i < I'Uinin); 
bfnetioial remji;.<. I'lisre v* 1.- a i nii-iaiii. ijuii 
afbe aoros.-i n:y ii.ii'k, nflen iti-conipaiiie I Ly 
sharp rbeumitic iwiage« tiiroucOout my body. 
I waa alaotnbjeci to nervous beaJaoliet' iiud in,:/.y 
spells, and oq arisinit in the inorniti^ iVit vi ry 
tired. My hudband udvised me lo uiv.- |i ..iti'.'- 
Kidney I'llls a trial, and 1 procured a txix 
at J. J. Wood & ison't) Drugstore. Tbey piovvd 
very beneficial in ray case and in a etiuri time 
cured me." 

For sale by all dealers. I'rice 50 muh. 
Foster-Milburn Co., Puffalo, York, sole 
aganta for ti.M ;'u,u;l ^ly.- .-. 

(tememher tbe oanie — ituunV— >>L'i lake no 
other 



The strike of thn poUmrn and telegrapher^ 
cootiauea to spread in Paria and tba provinces. 

Harvey Hall, oolored, agad 00 and tho 
father I'f twenty-tbraa cbltdrea, la d«ad at Mt. 

Sierlii)){ 

John C. Bradford and Miss Margaret Storck, 
l>otb of Lewis c >nnt7, wart married Tboraday 
at Portaaoutb. 



A aiea woman will n^^t pick a poHKililM rivul 
to piece*; rhe will kiit.'^ ti e h i" i A-hn ri >1 . >. ;t 
far hiir Kioui "l.uie mni iiih r N.iti^ 11 ' 



riie uinJi raiL'iie 1 I IK I • "D ilol t appninled mnl 
<|ii«llli4i1 as .\iliiiiiio>triit'>r of the eatatHofi it 

Wesley Pi-an I' rtii. atirt In* In'e liom" In Tiik 

teraveiius la <>\l>-t< i^ fi r >bI'-; hI..". hi« li .ii%elM>i 
and kitehrn furi.iirr. < -i:: ■...t-.a m li.i ^.....fc, 
KU\NAU1> l.ll.VMIIKKS. Aiiti.r. 

Mavsvllle, Ky.. Marob «tb. iiiaK -Jw 



THE ART SHOP 
NEW acsiGNS 

Ifrrts. ii. » titttMatil Hlclrtii i» hrnMlHy iitiil 
ftnh, ;vlrrp, M'amflHil itumr on »hort Holif 
I llMr of tVMtr WMrf CWfsrrd Hfiilm 

WASHtN«T<>M 

OHKRA.HOUMK HlTILniMn. 



JOHN ft. lUttTEB, 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR. 



No Charge 



tit»ffQ*intif 'ma 



*> *• Xj9ti*' suiil **StMMwl,** wimI waf swassAiH 
iVasHnas Mlsii#llt,«»«Mnr«a«ll. 

will ******* 



If aniuitri fau le emu (ta trM Kim. <«• tnatt* a. 
many r a n s WW ons as arx nsestMryle t«eu>'« urhal 
odverHss ftr, ,«a «th^r*imrt to fttl that lUy 
art not imjKiHnb an us H utina onr A** ee h w w t 

9^Ad\4Tti—rt m'aT /Hrnlth ea|i|r, wMek ran -■ 
Wt tka 4(lea or s«M H '»nU 

TttK PVHLir LKDOMji 



/Ii(p Uanted 



a s a I 



At 



HOEFLICH'S 



JUST BAM FROM NEW YORK. 



Aiti'''! tn* II" urn umif Ifiii 
6l*< ortl^; 'uer tnutt /urnisn 



firnillup t>ur> ffd trtt \ 

I'll- ri.)>v. 



WAMKD -RI I.IAlll.i; L.AKDKNKK Apply 
to Mr*. JUilN HALL, Kuresl avenue. 
_ _ _ _ marl9 Iw 

WANTKU WAMIINt, AMI IKOMNG In 
■■oiiiiealloii Willi my el'itloo presmnu hikI 
clealila/ liii«iiii'»>. .\iii pre|mreU to do Ilmi elan* 
work'. .1 II WALKKK. next dour to l'rini.'i-s> 

Kink. '"■L'l."''_ 

<i" homework and 
i'\perleiioi><1: Rood 
• ml street. 



\\'AMI:D--W(iMAN !■ 

TV (M'eklti^; vti>- \^ In- i.. 



1: Booi 
Vi\v_ 

\\'anti:i) TitfVrwoRriiY man oit wo 

VT .MAN In enrli mil 



oeive nrUi-r-- ami muiikiU'' l-i. 
Mailorder II, m-'. Hf i\e..KH 
neuf. iiu itiviMini'nl r.-i|uiri'J, 
eiu!e nt>t f.^seiil iul tu i'ii>;it;; iii„' 
ahle. I'^iu'loMt- k«>lf.iiil(]ri'>Bi-il 



. iiiU.T i^.', ri- 
s (.T .Ni'-x y.irk 
I' ^iii.iii p.-rtnii 
•ri'viiMis I'xiHTl- 
*l':ir.' I iiiM- vjilii 
iiveiope (..r full 



psrlioolnri. A(lilri'>». (,LAl<hK CO., Wliolesale 
Dept.. IU.I I'urK Aveu ie. N. « Viirk. niurJ r.'t 



f or Rem 



.IM tiHti, lu rentt t ai S ii^rltoit. ui- sc> cettU a wt€k 

li^Olt KI:NT-STORKKOOM-NIc« llHlo Ktoh'. 
J. rouDi. »lth wareroum la Uib rear. N«.v. 
alee show windows, aterl oelMnf, electric llfrbu. 
Cood alalia fL.r liiiKlHr for vr<'ei>rv, eie Kenl, H 
|ier iiionili. Appi ■ I'lM.l i : HE al Imr- 
iier uliiip. iiiiirijt) II 



Sc buyc r»c I'enrl Battona. 

Rc bovK Apioi) Ginghiims, never equaled bar^aiJi. 

'1 luiyf IViii'iiiin I.Hi-p, unuHtial assortmeDt. 

liir luiyc t) ynrtl8 I.itcp; linrgHit). 

NtvM'xt .Neckwear, llnir Ornamenia, Beita, 

Idr liiiys Hitir Riirrcttes. 

Ii)r iiiiyM Uiiili iiix of various colora; all lilk. 

lL'\i' liiivs l.iiii 11 Suitings, beautiful and cbeap, 

L'oi' liiiys < lioicc i,f Hand Hagti; some were $1. 

49c buys Hmiiliui L'-triniinetl Hkirt^, wonh 7"( . 

HAXUltDAY MIUMT 8ALK U XO O ONlif. 

6(! bays Bleacbed MosHo, worth 7Xc. 
r>c buys Racbing; bargain. 

lOo hny« solid color 8ockH; muiiIiI I;c lim^'nin uf I'lc, 

ROBERT L HOEfLiCH; ^'ffiU 



Sole Agent 



Boroeia aklrt*. 
'Pony Stookinin, 
American Lady Ooraeta, 
Standard PMterna. 



The Big 4. 



WALLPAPER 



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■AT- 



AOimininiini- tiniie*- r*ii 't^iting, noi eat'Vf I'-u 
'x,* Umi, to ceiUi ?acA •merrivn, or SO mils a uerk 

y^OR SALB-HAUV UruOY— Rubber ti^•; 
X ga ii lu new. Inijiiire at Ltiuner's lirooery. 
.\|iirl>i'( .siret t. niurJii ai 



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.JdMrfttdnsnls lotdur Utti nendrng visstMH Ts* 
»ul mt»mrtutrt nmat /urnlth Ms copy. 



I uai'-THO 8MALL KEYa— Attaebe« i.i a 
l4 rinp Finder pleaic itaw at SIB L.iiiiMiuu« 
• ir^et. _ uiarauiw 

Li>>l llAi K (O.MU-MI witli liiilil hliie 
>iiMi '- iii>i Kriduy afternoon, iietwreu Fo»i- 
ottlve Hiiii ^uiii n street, fleatv return lo III 

l.lnie>ioiie -ir -I -. iiiarl9lw 

LOfiT -TU <J 1 Id iss|> -1)1! riiMr>.iiie Unre 
11(1 oht -iiiili l'■t•^.•ll Sri 'ii ^if-i in 
Third unil t .-rt, , . ■ i. I !■ . . -n. „i ihi- 
oOloe. '1, Iv. 



found. 



n B tat Bwoourf M«. 



MAVSriLLK.KV 



EDWIN MATTHEWS 

DENTIST. 

MhMv I. riral NwIIobmI Itunk t'.uiUHng. 
nATNl'll.l.B. HV. 

I,n<!al and Lone i OtHoe No. hiw. 
Ultlanee I'tiones ■ Keildence No. 1ST. 



AdmtlUt inetu* vitHrr (Am >>rniH- g itutrtm /• «a 
but advr.rliitn mud /urnuH the t^n 

t/'oiM) ri usr. -i,..i I. I'.'-Miiii im. iii'or 

1/ ii.iini '^ . MiiiOH) Mivre iti^. ili ■ llOi i in ii' r 
call Hi iiii" ■ III '.' u .il (Jt'ive proven V m rll' In 

I^IOLNU-IIKI/r I'IN-liiR glass set. < ill at 
\: Ihisoinee. marU' Iw 



I 



NiH Be Made on Land Furniahed 
Agricultural Department By 
Gen. P. P. Johnston 



I ) ibaw tha farmers of Kentucky ibat Uey 
caa'incr-ia><« their wealth by raising alfalfa 
an i U*inh- t-i a ! : i liy th» 

Aiiricoiii.r.il Dxp.irtiiiv'ii'., iciivr 11 r. I'. Jodu- 
sti.0. A' jutunt General of Kentucky, baa put 
as maDy u.res aa necessary of liij !ine farm 
n 1- ! ' disposal "f tU« Ditpart- , 

ment i.< 1. 1 .■■ lut t. tU. | 

Ha will boy tba aaad, ampluy tha labor aod i 
fiiTiL-b the land and bave the crops cultivated ' 
under ihe diractiona af tba Department. | 



Are You in the Market for Your 
Spring Outfit? 

You mny not tliink of it, but it ilui's inmle n dif- 
fereuce to you who niiilies the clothes you Wf«r, es- 
pecially if the malter is willing to tell you what be 
makea them of and bow. That's one tbiog we like 
about the Hart, Scbiiifiier A- Marx and Ederheimer, 
Stein i<: Co. cliithp><. I Bntli these lines confined to 
M -. ! I'ln V lur Mimii i.f tr;( tiy iill-n'uol lalirii s, ami 
tliu iimuits .-etui 1. 1 w.iiit (vciylioily to know it. 
llioy mlvirtis"' Mic (net i vti. tl < i vcly . ItS tlif lUO-t 
iiiip' ri.iiit f.n i .iloiut ttic clotbiH. 'ihcre arc plenty 
111 •■ Hit: I lutlii'M lor sale that are not all-wool; 
the luhkire don't t laini tliey are. Tbiy don't say 
much about it. We like to Hell clothes that ourcQs- 
tomers can be pofifivc nhou.t, KO'-ds that you tlon't 
bave to take anybody':) word lor, clothes you know 
Hsp <;< I 1. They are easy to sell and a satisfactioo to 
every 111 iJy. 

Vou will find our 

Shoes 

For men the lic^^t. .Men's only, and only the bcst^ 

J. WESLEY LEE. 



The Good Clothes Man 



N . K Corni r .'•econd 
and Market htreots. 



PLANT GOOD 



SEEDS 

TREY 

INSURE GOOD CROPS. 



CRANE & SHAFER'S 



THE STATE NATIONAL BANK 

MAYSVILLE, KY. 

Tapital $100,000 

Surplus and Profits $30,000 

Designated Dt^poeitory lor the U. S Titra&ury. State of 
Kentucky and Mason County. 

SOLIGL'IS A SUAhL OF YOUR BUSINESS. 

Conservative. Courteous. Safe. 



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There's never any uncertainty 

\\ 111 :i I , I mi 1 1 t ii ■ « Si 11 ts ai r 
I'l I UI I '.. 1 I; , V ,1 1 w;iy - |i. ivr (■! 1 1- 
liti.'. Kvi'ii il liii v tvtrt liikilier 
in prill', which they aru not, it 
VM 11 ! pny to plant thena. We 
liiive handled 

LANDRETH'S SEEDS 

lor yeari* and nothing but good 
reports over i onie from oiir cus- 
tomers who plant them. Plant 

Liiiuliitn'.- Seedt< lor eurh trm k 
mnl your prntiis will In- !ar;.'i r 
liei.iu-e till' yi( 1(1 will bi> ^Trat 
and liny \mi1 nintiiic in tiiiii' Inr 
l.(•^t pru « H. We have the III ,-l 
Mort.s in I'tiirJ, Onions, Cabbages, 
Tiirnins, f fe.. for narly vlantiog, 



TH08. J. CHENOWETN, 

0RUG8IST, 

laeRNEtaCCOND AND 8UTT0»«T«l(Tt 

MAvaviiii IV. 



Does Quality Count r? 

If (juality counts, if you want the bi xt that can he 
secured in drugstore goods, i( yuu want your doc- 
tor's prexi riptioDS filled Just aa be writes tbem, re- 
member us. 



M. F. WILLUMS ft CO. 



THIRD STREET 
ORUO STORE. 



DRUG 
TALKS! 

Wliat <lc> 3 ou iittetl ill tlruKu'' That ia 
a broad qaeMlon, but oara ia a blc 
atook, aoouveraevarjrthlnK yoaooBld 
want In 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. 



liioiiratoclc we have nearly lO.OOO 
iteiua. Hureljr wbatever jroa want can 
ne fband bere. Worth beading. 

JOHNC. PECOR 

IV. F. POWER 



_^^ajjtfjLw ATjf MCT qiuu>a. 
CHCtAPEAKE AMI OHIO lAILWAV. 

JMMMa <M tftet Xot. i$0$. SulHni (• ekmmmi 
WtUtMt MtiC*. 

Vor WastalDKton uud Hew Tork, 
•l:aa p. oa., «-IO:S4 p. ra. 

Par Wohaioaa, OM Polwt and Mortolk. 
*l:aa|». aB.,*10;A4p. n. 

. liwml for HlBtoa. 
taiaa a. m. 

Loral tor Hantlngtoa. 
•9i40 a. m., tSi44 p. m. 

For Oincliinnll, Iiiilta»apnM«, HI. Loola. 
Oklcaau, Loiiiavllle, Naslivilla, 
Bl«mphl» Riirt Wast 
*a:4» a m.. ^3:17 p.m. > 

Loaaltor Oiuolanatt. 
n;18a.Mi..f9;«H>a. m.. MiUp. m. „ 



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■ -1 !.■> a I. 
Jil :l 111 

:i l^ li lu. 
• .i is 1 1 m . 



Arrive 
a ni 

... till l^ a no 
*l :U p lu 



•Dully tKtceptSuDdar 



Will 

Sell Vou 



Stoves 



I'rlre 



Of any oilier hniiie In Maysvllls. 
Uoiua and use stoolc. 



"iri^f S OF QPFAT mKM MU 

RCMimo i/sr 

Tbeitnry of bow Marshall Plelit 
HiiMKii ii hu itreiit fortune may li* l«tld In 
u r.•^v w, ni*. He tomethlnt to soli 
auii advurtlied It. 



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IT MUST STOP. MEN CANNOT WORK AND BE WELL WITH WET 

FEET. WE HAVE THE REMEDY. IT IS A PAIR OF W. H. MEANS' 

"Dry Feet" Shoes SfJ p^r $2.00! 

And if you are not satisfied after you wear them, bring them back and get 
They are found only at 

Great Western Shoe Store. 



COHEN'S 



NOTHING BETTER AT ANY PRICE. 
NONE SO GOOD FOR THE SAME MONEY.