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MATSYILLli. KY., THUWHDAY, MAY 80. lVl)t. 



ONS OOPT-ONM OBNT. 




A rouR au «ho kallad from Mr WorMttor, 
Am: "/or Bj tova I'll low b« • bo w Mti r . 

I 4m*i !■•« bow to proub, 

M I omI Mko 0 ipooek, 
Btt I koo« I ooa erov liko a roroooUr." 



Mr. ffMk Nukof Trr Pubuc Lbdobr 
fereo lo ooJoylDK a aeek't racatioD. 



Mr. Lorrr bMRvtob, tho ptaaaor, Uk aora- 

log rooolved two carload* of lowar plpa froa 
Ito pottorlao at Toronto, 0. It eono In oTor 
tboLftN; 

woatbsr thli week haa been quite 
MMoaobla eool, aad Jut rigbk for to- 
Imooo plaotiag. Tka crop it a llUlo baakvatd 
IP< ia aot kalf plaaUd. 

8iy, Mr. Mayor 

Iia't It aboak Uao to etart tko Eiplaaado 
foQolala upoutioc, ao* that g«o4 oM aaaaar 
tiaa is bare? 




LET UNCLE SAM 
GIVE YOU THE FACTS 

UoTernment reporta ahow the ateady 
output of coal during the laat tew 
yeara bM made tbe dealers push (or 
wider marketa, We are poing to get 
more trade — your trade— hy Rivinu 
yon a Rreater value (or your money. 
Vmi will never xet oat ol debt nultaa 
you buy widely. 

MAY8VILLE COAL CO. 

piamiB laa. 




Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef, 
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, Stone's Silver Slice 
Cake, Home-Grown Strawberries, Buster 
Brown Bread, Ktr^a-van Coffee and Fresh 
Vegetables daily. :::::::::: 



The Qualify Grocer. 
Maaoiiic Temple BIdg. 



J. C. CABLISH 




' CartaoU oztracU tooth vikhaet pala. 



Swat the Fiv 

Or, beUer still, don't let 
him iu. He's « menace to 
your health and romlort. Let 
UB ocreen your hoiiBe for you. 
We have a splendid line of 
doors and wiodowa; alao, 
arrpen hv the varH. 

Keep Your Lawn Pretty 

A little care now will reap 
woldera later on. Our Lawn 
Mowera are eo eaay that a 

child can ran them. You 
will seed, too, a Sake and 
Hoe. Dome in and let as 

show you what a nice line of 
garden and lawn toola we carry 




KEEP0UTTHEFLIE5 
AND MOSQUITOES 



Ladies, have yoa aeen tbe| 

"RUN-EASY" 
WASHING MACHINES?! 

We can give you the 
namci* of sonic (Iciiglilt'il 
owoera. Come io and let u^l 
demonatrale ita good points I 
to you. Either foot or water | 
power. Im.i^mim 



Dm't Forget That we are lIcniiinartcrH fir 

EVERYTHING THE FARMER NEEDS !| 

And that we have n line of ^np;Rip^ of ntylc, fitUHli and price to (it| 
any taste and pocket book. 

Mike BrownJ 

The Square Deal Man. 




Ilr. Praak Carpoatar, wko kaa boon attsod- 
IDR Mbool at BarbountllU, rotamod koao 
Moaday. t t » 

REV. CARTER HELM JONES 




Mr. Isaac Woodward, ri-Cirenit Coart 
Clorfc, waa up fraa Dover foatardar tMasaat- 
BaTMslaaoa. 

J. 1. SalMarT, Robert Haaphroys aad Jaaos 
laeklor ioavo this awralag aa a Isbiag trip to 
llaaay, Lavii aoaaty. 

Dr. and Urii. fAt'\a Hatkuwii aoj baby are 
aojoataiog at Ibeir aummer collax* at Park 
LahOk flaalag oon aty. 

Maasra. Will Roos, yiko Browa. J. C. Bvar. 

^ att and Priak T<IU snt stt«odlag tke DaaM* 
oratio eoavenlioD io Louiiviile. 




MuUr Ckatloa Oablish aad asat. Mra. MUl- 
baff, are spoadlag a few days wMh Mrs. 
Margaret B. Sehrlkor of Portaaoatb. 

Mra- Tkoaaa L. Moaao of Kooitllls, Toaa., 
will arrive today for a visit lo bar aotbar 
Mn. Orabaa Lee, at bar boao 8«Hh ef Mays- 

viUo. ■ 

Mr*. Prank FichUr and dauifbter, Hiaa 
Helen, liri. Daniel Ulllor und tuo, llsd«o, of 
Kipley, I) , were Kuaela of Meetra. Uao Uiller 
aad KraSMT riobtar at tie Coatial Hotel yos- 
lordoy. 

m » m 

ClHircli Ratidtnct 

Property Not Exiaipt 

llie Caert of Appoola bold tkal tbo rsoidoaco 
prapaty of a akorek la not eiempt from taia- 

(too aad^r tb« coDtlltuti-jn of thia .Stats. Tbii 
doolsioa waa b.aded down la Iba ease of tbe 
Cavalry Ba|ilbi ('bureb. Oeieved, of UaievlUs, 
ogotost C. W. MilUkea. 



Is Elected President of American 
Baptist Foreign Mitiion 
Beeiflty 



bia HoiNn, Iowa, May 28tb.— Rav. Carter 
Rela Joasa of Oklaboaa City, Okla . was 

elected Preeident of the American Bsptiit 

roralga HIaaiud Society at tbe Morlbwa 

Baptist CoBVODtInn tuoixbt. 

. ♦ . 

MRS. MARY E. WALLACE 



Ont of M^vy*vllle's Venerable Pio- 
BOOTS Poaeofully PasMO Away 

Mff. MaryB. Walleeo. krMow ef the laU 

Tbomaa K. Wallacp, died tbii moralDg at 4:4.^> 
o'clock at bar boao la Bast Fifth sUoot, aftor 
aa lllassa e( alee waaka with the MraUlaa 
of advaaeiag years aad the rtealt ef a fall 
SBStaiaed two D0Dlb« ngo, aged 8C yean pait. 

Mrs. Wallaoo waa born io tbia ciiy May 
18S6, wborii, with the eseeptiea at eee 
ysar spoat la New Orleaav, sbo eoaUaud to 
reiida daring bar long aad aiofal Hfe. Bo* 
»id»a balog tbo aotbor of toe eblldraa aba 
aaaiated la roaring to aataro yonra thirteoe 
orphan*. Fba bad been a member of the 
Proabytarian Cbureb for over aovaoty-one 
yaata. She waa a do voted wife, e levtog 
aotbor aad a klad aad oiesllsnt neis)>l> ir. 

8ko loavsa to aoara e aotkar'e loa« five 
eMMrea— Mrs. Qeorga Atklaton, Mr. Jaaea 
A. Wilitce. Uiiiei Anna and Kl;a Walliic* of 
tbla city aad Mr. John P. Wallace of Ckloogo. 

Tko faaaral arraagosNats have ao| baoa 
eoaplatad aad will bo aaaoeaeod later. 



OUR CUSTOMERS! 

Tell us that they save money on the Ll'MBKK they purchase from 
118, and you can do tbe same. One customer sai l tliat he saved $4 on a sin- 
kIb wagon load. Tbe saving to you will be in the same proportfnn. Try 
us on your next order. We have a large stock ol Barn Timbers, Bridging, 
Siding, Fencing, A3., and we will cbeerfally take care ol your orders, large or 
small, and in enything In theweyol Bailding Halerfale and Peinte, A 
eqaare deal to all at 

THE maSON LUMBER CO. 

Cor. Umeuione anti Second Sir — to . 'Phone 519. 
Agents for Oeering Mactiinery. Mayavllle, My. 



A. A. MoLAVOIILIN, 



li. N. BKHAN. 



WEATHER REPORT 



FAIK TODAY; FKIOAY, FAIR 
AND WARMER. 

- • ^ 

DECORATION DAY 



A Day Hallowed By All True Patrl 
ots of Oor Country 



"Rest on, embalmed uol ealnted bead! 

D'ar as th^ lilood y» Kivc, 
No impious footatep liere aball trond 

Tbe berbase of your grave; 
Nnr .hall yoor glory hn forgot . 

WhiU Kame hnr record ke<>p«. 
Or Honor poiola the hallowed spot 

Where valor proudly sleepo." 

For th't Arat tijin in thirty veera there will 
be no publio demonatratioo of tbe Nation'* 
Snnday aede liero by the aeabors of Joseph 
Ueisrr Pout No. IH, U. A. R., other than titg 
Ing and strewing tliwers over tbe rougnJa of 
tbe 147 aoldler dead that peacafally sloop lo 
our beaatlfal "City of the Dead ' la the But 
KtiJ. 

NeTerlbeleat tboiuanda will viait the Cema 
tury today aad garlaad tbe grevse of thoir 
loved oaos as has been the eastea for tbo 
past qaarter of e eealary. 

"SCOOP" CONNORS IS IT 



Premier Third Basematr, Maltreat- 
ed By Brutal Compaions, 
To Got Big Ovation 



Frankfort comsR to Uayivllle today for two 
Kirosf, tbia aoroiDg and thia afternoon. 

It is reported that Mnysvllle fees ere pro- 
pared to give Third Basoaaa "Rabo" Ceaaers. 
an ovation lod a demonstration ahowing their 
admiration tor the bigbolaaa ball be has pat 
ep. ead ee e reheke to the aeahere ef tho 
Maysville Clab who troatod Connors in seeb e 
borrlblo and nagoatleaaaly aaaaer. 

It U said Uat thrra of tbe Maysville Cleb 
will refnie to play today It Coaaete playa. 
Bowever, we'll aee what we shall see. 

There will bo police on tbo ground aoffiolsnl 
to cope with aay eathreek ee the pert ef tho 
players who show a dirty, ysllow streak. 

Last- week, when the team was playing at 
Lexington, one of bis tesnunatcs pot "oow 
Iteb'tatehbi elothlag while he wee ehseat 
from bis room, or asleof. The egoty eaoaad 
from tbo powder alaoet set the ' Rehe* wild 
and he bed to eoBM hosM, beieg aeeble to 
play hall. 

Aa n rasnlt be has been out of tbs game 
ersr siooo aad Mayaville has lost ovary game 
played, bet ope. Tbo feas are gleryiag thet 
the team baa kwt ead aey it le geed eeeegh 

for Ikom. ^ 

NINE TO FIVE 



n Maysviiie's Favor Was Yester- 
da/o GsMM at RlehiioBii 



PJews of 
5^ Courts 



POIJCE CODBT. 

Judge Joba L. Whitakor disposed of tbe 
fullowiag easse yesterday afteraooa— 

Jade Baghee, breeeh ef peeee, $10 50. 

Polly Dryden, disorderly eondaet, $1060. 

Dick Wntis, drank, |10.fiO. 

A'l those were eoaalttod to Jell ie defnnlt 
of payaeet ef lees. 



oocNTf oouar. 

The EqeReble Trest Co. ef Dorrr. Ky., has 
been appointed Adalalstrater of C. B. Gregg, 
deooasod. and qaaliM ee saeh, with Its espl- 
tal stoek ee saroty oa bead. 

Jsaoi Uaraball has fliod suit In tbs Mason 
Circnlt Court agninst Ceorite M- Allen, to 
ri cover |5(X), aoooy loaned aald defendant. 



Transfer of Roal Estate 

Yesterday aftsrnooo tho vary desirable 
rosldeneo properly of Mrs. Joke Rains In 
Wdet Third etreet wee eoM el peblie enctloa. 

There were a number of bidders, tbe property 
falling to Mr. George M. Dlenor, eonsideratloD, 

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Cliaoflo of Schedule C. A 0. Railway 

Bffoetive Beedey, Jeee 2d. Bsetheaad train 

No. 8 will lesvH St 8 p. ro.; No. 6 at 9:.14 a. 
ffl. Westbound— N.I. 1 at 8:24 a. a ; No. r> 
ot 6:18 a. m.; No. 17 et 9:21 e. a. 
Trela No. 8 Is aolM eeetlbele, eloetri< 

lli:hted train with slenperii, coaches and dioer, 
arriving Richmond 12 noon; Old Point 2:0ri 
p. a. ; Norfolk, 2:85 p. a.; ateaaor eoeeaetlon 
for New York and Boston; arrlvns at WasL- 
ington 12:16 noon; eonasetion North arrives 
Boltiaoro 1:30 p. a.; Phlledelpbie 8:45 p. n : 
New York 6:66 p. a. Perlor eer betwseo 
CiaeieaatI aad Charlestea ee treins I and 8. 

W. W. WiKorr, 
Ac'-nt, 



fancy 
Sponge Cake 



(Oith Our 



PHONE 454 



WiW^fj MAKE A DKLiCIOVS HHORT 
CAKE. TB^ iJH, t t it t f 



DINGER & FREUND 



LEADING RETAILERS, 
MARKET STREET. 



NEW ELECTRIC LINE 



Work On Preliminary Survey Under 
Way 

SnBLBTVlLLi, Ky., May 29th— The prelimi 
nary survey of the projected electric lino be- 
tween ShelbTvllls and Frankfort was beKon to- 
day. Roland Cox of Tayloraville ia tbe chief 

enKlnetr. 



Gooo to North Corolloo 

Rnv. J. H. Hiymnro, I'gntor of the first 
Bsptist Church, will Issvo with his fsaily next 
Moeday for a visit te hie aother et Wiaaton* 
Salsa, N. C While ahssat bo will bold a 

revival me«tlng at Spencer, N. C, wbsrs he 
bsd h\» first chsree. During Rev. Hay- 
more's abssnce tbe First Baptist Cbureb 
will undergo a complete over haoiiag aad freo- 
eotag. 



Soda Season 



Is 

Now On I 



Our .SiMl. Kiiotitnlii liiti ^litkiMi lli" iil r in'»< of III" winifr tnkoa oa" 

iirw iifiv \Vi- .ri' rn iily u< xTvf ycu wiiii hII the (ouumlo drluk. auU many 
iK'wuiivt. w<- h.v.' itui iiiHii ih" vary laiMt aiMtrlu ieeoraam Ifteaer, wbim 
tiivL's UM till' tirat u:. • r.'uiii vw i v. r inMe. We aim to otter a new drink eaoh 

.ea.ou. Our new vm: lhl» wur m 



1 



II you like traps ]uloe It will appeal to you. Uur leraoa ehooolaie la aodo 
from the true lemon. Vatilloiiten'. Rhoeolata usrO loouriyrups. Our crniihod 

fruit .ulidiifft HTf rnn'lt- from the irii.. fniit. 



M. F. WILLIAIMS ft CO. 



'Big Drugstore Willi 

tlie Little Price." 



D. Hechinger 
& Cc's 



Summer Soecialties 



Slceleton Blue Serge Coats. Euro LinonOrMh ftnd DuckPante'. Linen Suits, 
handsomely tailored, flae for outing. WhitO -doUoatoljr Striped Worotod Panto, OZ- 

ceediDcrly dressy worn with dark coat. 

Khaki pants 85 cents. Best values in the market. 
All manners of Athletic Underwear. Tho B. V. D. among thorn. 
In soft and dreea Shirts all your fancy can ploturo. 
See our Telescope Panama Hats $4 and $5. 

Our line of Men s Host like always, the largest in town. Our 25 
Hose command your investigation. 

Agents tor the Interwoven Hose, the best lisle hose in the market. 
50c. Norfolk Suits in all siz93, very popular, splen-lid tor motoring Hiid 



and 50c Silk 

25, 35, anfl 

Htroet wf;ar. 



D. HECHINGER & CO. 



Maysviiie's Leading Clothing and 
Shoe Shop. 



Will Wed Today 

Mr. Andrew Jsclieon Kenaker, sgcd 2H. of 
Cyntklana, Ky., and Miss Itobocoa Applrgato, 
aged 23, will wed lodsy et tbe boao of tbe 

briJe'ii psront., Mr nnd Mri". lUcharJ Apple- 
gate, at Oransebure. Kt>v. U.no otiicialing. 



Watch Per It 

.'Shortly after tho noon boar their promlsss 
to bo a parade somewhat out of tko ordiaary. 
It will be eelqeo Ie ebereoter end worth eee- 

Inc. It will start from thi< O irosr of Soeond 
and Market. Watch for it. 



Lest year 8,000 aew dwolllags were ereeted 

io Pbilsdelphm. 

The Golden Keunionof tbe SevenlbOhio Vol- 
Cavalry Is to be hold lo Ripley, Ohio, Sept. 26, 
2r> snd L'7. 1912. A big three daye re.aaiea 

is planned. 

"I 



ONLY SIX 

ViKoronH Ht lliim Ima reiluci'tl our slin k of hKiiil.''(im(' silk dnMsc^ 
In au exact liali dozen aDii on these we have piaceil the fulluwiiiK 
"GoiDgrAway" prioea: 

rv____^_ ^ I «7l One navy mMaalioe pin etrfpetl 
' LireSSeS ^1/2 in white; the trinminge are white 

lace and bemetilobed bleck chiffon. 

One navy chiffon taffeta ot very iioe quality. While net yoke 
trimmed in amnll pnirl hiittone. Hide triflaming of white lacfl Tailed 
in pirot-iMlfje hliic cbiffuii. 

One riiHtiKi'shle Kfceii niul hiiie chiffon taffeta with sbadnw lace 
yoke aad cuffs. Banda aud buttoos baud embroidered iu blue, Kreen 
and coral ellk. 

^'^e r\«>Ac.0A0 ^'^e One black crepe meteor ol aott, 
i^OD UreSSeS laetrooe quality. Eeery detail ol 

trimming and fioiah ezqaiaitflly carried oat. Beeatilal ailk maereme 

collar ol deep Ian. 

Oue Alice blue crepe meteor trininiPil in pearl butfons and very 
handsome collar i>l Knglixh eyelet white embroidery with just a sii^- 
geetion ot emerald green wtii< li (.'ives tbe costume its distinctive note. 

$1 qI r^MAsa ikl A. pretty green and gold Chameleon 
I02 UreSS VI da UlMe with ebaln-atltcb embroidery 
ot eell colof. 

Thee* rednctiona will eoable you to chooee from our bandeomeet 
silk dreaaea at pricea tbe 'ilmpleet frocka comneodad early In the 
eeaaon. « 



Children's Parasols 

Twenty-five cente will buy one of these pretty plain or icalloped 
edge paraeole In white, pink, blue or red. Tbiok of the pleaeure 
|«UJPanJDOI^e|^emJom|^i^^ 

Women's Chamoisette 
Gloves 

Good looking, cool, comfortable waahable glovea that women will 
wear throughout the epriog and aummer. You'll never regret In* 
vestment in a pai r. 2S and 60 rent e. 

Vudor 

You need Vndor Porch Sbadea to get tbe moat oal ol your 

porch. 

To make it a spot where you can rest or work on tbe bottcat daya 
—outdoors, yet free Irom tbe auu'a glare and beat. 

You can do thia with Vudor f orch Bhadee; you can add to the 
houae another room, cool and ebady, where you may enjoy every re- 
Ireebing breeae, In eecladed comfort. 

And tbe coat la very little— $2.76 to 16.75 according to aiae of 
ecreen. 





'4 



no LealsvDIe * Neehville dealee that It has 
bought tb o Atlaata. Blralaghsa A A tlsntlc. 

Tbe nig Foar and Lake Sboro have paid Bnea 
sggrsKstioK $40,000 for l|fOgnlarilioo in eoa- 
nectiun with th8strlaeltrane,heMto he sqaiv- 
alsni to robnUog. 



Tho aany friaeds of that storllag eitlsoa aad 

gentlenao, tho venerable David Wood, regret 
to hear that ha is ooaSaod to his boao ia For- 
est avsnus by tbo iairaltloe of bis 86 years. 
It is hopsd that hie ledispoeltloe ia eely Ud 
pornry. 



Lota Daaotry, Gypsy King, aged 85 years. 

diod Usy 21st, St a csmp near HigKini>port. 
The funeral was held at tbe Catholic Church 
at (ieori!»tn«ii Thiirixlay morning, K«v. Kr. 
Tbeodosiua uf Kiplt-y offioiatiait. Money was 
laviably spent on the body for hariel and erec- 
tion of a mononani. 




For Pure Food Groceries 
and Gotd Globe Simps 

Try Ma]r^vil^<^l Ksliabia Gro- 



cer, r. C. CAl.IKiI N. 



GLOBE STAMP^Os 



ter Brown Bread 



SILVER SLICE 
CAKE 



All varieties of PBB8H VIOBTABLIS. 
and got tho boot. 



Richmond lost to Hsynville yesterday after- 
noon in tbe Normal City in a good gams io 
wbiehtheleealiwefeeatbeltedBiaeteife. Ike 
ROBO was stopped ia tho third Inning for a big 
raia aad wan Saishod ia aad aad water ia wbieb 
tbe RIveraoa proved tbe better aedherses. 
Tbe ell aroand work of tho visltere aad tbo 
batting of Drsmlagi were tbe features. Baird 
waa preoontod with a fifty dollar oheok fur 
bittiag the "Bar la a reeeet geae there. 
Tbe seere fellewe: 

118466789 U. U. K. 
Riehaoad!. ...11010011 0-6 10 4 
Uay»Tillfl ...2 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 -9 15 0 
Slraok Out— By Woilaaa, 9i by Mayors, 8. 
Bsse oa Balls— Off Meyoie, 2. Beerilee Bite 
— Caraooy, Clever. CruTtir. Stolen Bases — 
Wllliaas, Balrd. Two-base Bits— (^eiaMay. 
Braatage, 2, Willlnas, Clover, Marry, Saaford. 
TkNe-baea lllte— Braalago. Double Plays— 
Cnras ay t Clever, Carsaney, Haines, FisbeH 
Bit by nuher— V , WsUasn (Blaek.) Baraod 
aoBs-4liohaoad. 5; Maysville. 8. Ttaae- 
1;$0. avpir«--Solly. 




IF YOU wish to make the acquaintance of the new things 
constantly arriving at the Bee Hive you should call on 
us at least once each week. Lots of pretty goods ar- 
rive one day and are almost gone the next and our stock in 
certain things reminds one of picture shows by their con- 
tinuous changes. 

New Gloves, 
New Ribbons, 
New Coats, 
New Oxfords, 
New Styles, 



New Fans, 

New Hosiery, 
New Dresses, 
New Shoes, 
New Pitteras, 



New Voiles, 

New Piques, 
New Underwear, 
New Skirts, 




AU a wait you^tpectioo at 




THE PUB LIC LEDGER 

AMI ommurtU*. 

A. P. CURRAN, Editor and PublUhe r. 



oMMi-raBi-H WM«s BViuta*. 



svnavMieTlOJfB-aV MAIU 

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TkrM NMtli* - 

I'Kt.lVKHKD BY I'AHRIKM. 
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At,L aaa»oMiMWM Aim <u$m n AprAnom, 



!fOB ntBSIDKMT, 
WIL UAM HOWABD TA FT. 

It may be easier for Mr. Roosevelt to got 
the Domination than the vote». 

Mr. Roosevelt should have put bis integrity 
above all the governor's in the land. 

Roosevelt might covet the Presidency 
thirteen times were it not for the superstition 

attached to tL>e uunibor. 

Worse things might happen to Colonel 
Roosevelt than not io be an occopant of the 
White House a third (ime. 



Women are to vote in the presiiieutial con- 
test of this year in tbo stales of Washinjiton, 
Idaho, Wyoming, I tab, Colorado and Cali- 
fornia. It is already known that the Kepul)- 
lican national campaigners are to employ a 
staff of women political speakers for the six 
states in which women can vote for President, 
and that the Democratic national campaigners 
contemplated a similar step. The programme 
is to be carried out for the reason that the 
men political campaigoera believe that the 
women orators will lie niort; etft'ctive in np- 
pealing for womcu'u votes than lueu would 
be» 

<*Swat*the-fly" campaigns for 1912 are well 
on. The elimination of this filthy and dan* 
geions insect is a desirable end. The hoase* 

fly, in addition to 
being a demonstrated 
No Filthy No Flies. agent in tbe spreading 

of typhoid, is Htrongly 
suspected, on more or 
less conclusive evidence, with relation to a 
large nambera infections, including cholera, 
dysentery, the infantile diarrheas, diphtheria 
and catagious opthalmia. About a billion 
flies were killed in various campaigns of 1911 
-^a statement which seems impressive until 
one considers tbe number of flies which es- 
caped the slaughter. In Washington, D. C, 
alone, some 7,000,000 flies were killed by the 
"^wat," tbe trap, drowning, sulphur fumes and 
and even l»y electrocution. Dr. Howard, of 
tbe Bureau of Kutomology, points out that in 
tbe congenial climate of that city seven gener- 
ations of flies may be produced in a single 
summer. One female fly will lay on an aver* 
age a batch of 120 eggs; and if all these eggs 
from a bateh laid in the middle of April 
should batch and reproduce their kind in like 
manner, there would be hy autumn, from a 
single female fly, a progeny of nearly six 
thoiHHiid billion. And as each female may 
lay four hatchea of egs»H, the figures for their 
UQcbeckod developement ihiough a Hummer 
stagger tbo imagination. To "dwat the fly" 
by tbe billion, therefore, means little, says 
The Journal of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, so long as those that survive have un* 
ekeeked opportunity for breeding. There is 
even more weight, therefore, In Stookbridge'a 
statement that during 1911 flitby breeding- 
places were cleaned up, which, if left alone, 
would have given opportunity for the propa- 
gatioQ of incalculalde hillionR. Better than 
"swatting" tbo fly is the pieveatiou of itp 
breeding by eleaning up the places wli(;re it 
tfarivea — tbe insanitary privy, tbe deud dog 
and horse allowed to lie unburied until pu* 
trid, the duog-heap, the uncovered garbage can 
aud the spittoon. ^'^''^ ^ done, can 

be learned from toe health departments of 
many slates and muoioipalites, aud from civic 
leagues sod like oigauixttiooii. 



It may not b« genertlly known, but it ia an 
eetabliahed fttt that Andrew Jackson was tMt 
tbe flrsi presidentiiilcMidldnte to beioBrioated 
by a national political convention. **01d 
I^ickory*' was also the first Presidential can- 
didate to Ptand u|> on a platform of principles 
set forth by a National political convention. 
One of the Hlogans was, "To tbe victors belong 
the spoils," and it rang down the ages until 
the farcical Civil Service law was enacted. 



The U. S. WEATHER BUREAU 

8By« that the w«t Hpell is over and wp will iinw Im permit(e(t to 
enjoy spriiiK. Kind of him, isn't it? Will, nearly cvpry- ■ 
body likea tn ''opruce up" in Npring; rrpuir the porcbea, put 
up acrepna, put h wimlow in a dark rnum or maybe pat in • 
new front duur. U makei no difltrtOM wbetber U'l • ■incle 
board or ao satire boildiDg we can fnmieb It. 

Ohio River Lumber Co. ''irS^ni 



•PHOMB 117.- 



First he said: "Under no oiroumstances 
will I accept another nomination." 

Then bo said: "1 will accept tbe nomina- 
tion if tendered." 
Then be said: "1 will 
Ha8akl(?) 'hust' the party wide 

open if it is not tend- 
ered." 

Ho nys: "The bosses are against me." 
This is doubtless as true elsewhere as it is in 
Kansas and Mitsonri. The bosses in Kansas 
are 8tubbe and Leland. The bosses in Mis- 
souri arc Hadley and Dickey. 

He aays: "The interests are against me." j 
Tbe sworn statement in Albany is that the 
Roosevelt Committee spent 1^71,000 tiying to 
carry New York County alone. The sum of 
$71,000 for one county indicates a "barrel" 
practically bottomless. Ilarriman and others 
"put up" in 1904. Perkins and others arc 
"putting up" now. 

He says— but what's the use? Given 
good, nervy, unscrupulous, conscienceless poli- 
tical hypocrite with unlimited funds, and it 
doesn't make much difference what he says, 
he can get plenty of followers.— Kansas City 
Journal. 

foolish Philosophy. 

How you wonder at the popularity of the 
man you batet You wonder that even de*, 
cent people even speak to him. 

Superstition is like idealism; we all know 
lietter. but we all have a touch of it, 

I am alwa)s tryiiijj to do Hoiiiething that 1 
can't do, and worrying over failme. 

No ditlcronce how clean a mau keeps a 
house when his wife is away, when she re* 
tnma, she says, "This house is a sighll" 

If you succeed in attracting public attention 
at least half of thoae who see you, will laugh 
at yon. 

That which half of the peo))le regard ias the 
greatest truth, the other half regard as the 
greatest falsehood. 

The average man is ashamed all bis life, so 
many wise and noble sayings are thrown at him. 

Your rival is rarely as fair and square as he 
expects you to be. 

A small boy whoae face is alwaya elean may 
not realize what he is missing. 

A woman always credits another woman 
with having good judgment when they both 
happen to dislike tbe same person. 

Tbe politest storekeeper is very a|)t !o 
neglect the mau who has bought for the mau 
who baa not. 

A man who is a social success; is raiely a 
business succeHs.- Kd Howe. 




AlTf WTAR SFANOLKD 9ANNMR 

ntBDERICK R. MBUa 



Oh say can you see by the dawn of the day^ 
IIm day set apart for the giave deoesslionk 

The remnant of those who in battle array 

Had offered their lives for the life of our NalKNIt 
That the shackle and chain no longer remain, 
Nor the slave block its horror our Nation profane ? , 

C / / C) R U S : 
Then gather the flowers that grow by the way. 
And strew on the graves of die Blue and the Gray. 

Ob die havoc of diell and die ^oom of die pen» ^ 
The lavage of fever, the pang of etarvalkNW 

Are past and forgiven by this band of brave men 
Who honor the graves with love and elation. 
For the sword now is sheathed, they are resting beneath 
The sod and the wave for the freedom of slave. 

CHORUS: 
Then lovingly cast on the crest of the Mrave 
The tiftute of kive for tbe true and die bwfs^ 

TksB east OB die floweis, deck the monument fairi s. 
In church-yard and park with thy ho^ NflediQBt 

With malice to none and in charity share ^ 

The principles held by the great of each sec t ion^ 
And the flag of the free forever will be 
The caablaa ol peace and of Hue liboljr* 

CHORUS: 

We %vill counael our duMren to honor die day 
That ended die itnfe 'twesa die Bhie and die Oaf, 




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Carpets, Millinery 
and Rugs 

AT THE NEW YdRK STORE 

It has paid others; It will psy you. We carry a very 
large stock for a town of this size and our sales In this de- 
partment have been very large. SPECIAL THIS WEEK 

Very heavy China Matting, 15c. 
Extra heavy uuslity,21c. 
Cotton wsrp Jspsnese Matting, 19c. 
Best Jspsnese Mstting, 39 quslity 25c. 

A SPECIAL IN CARPETS 

Heavy Ingrain Carpet, 27c; 39c quality. 
Heavy Ingrain Carpet, 35c; 50c quslliy. 
All-wool Csrpcf, 49c, chesp at 69c. 
^ All Room-size Rugs reduced; see them. 
P. S.— Bargains in our Millinery Depsrtmenr. 

New Yorii Store ^ff- 

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li W ». 111.. 8:13 
3:15 p. iii.,dally. 

&:JU». m., 9:00 ». n., 
wrrk'diyt loe«l. 

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W. W. WIKOPP, AKeot. 



Capsidonna 
Porous Piaster 

Will kIt* rtlief whti propvrly ■ppliad. Kor 
rhfumstiim, oearalgia, ■cJttlct, pisnrlijr tnd 
all Bches, ptiot, •prtiaa, •tiffoeai, ItneoMt, 
baekacbe, aplokl complklaU. kldoey dluMM 
and herve and matoolar ditorderi .aboold ba 
placed immediatelr orar the affaetad part and 
inoolhed with the hand. 

For all Iqdx and cbeit troobles, iocludinf 
broDchitit) aathma, pneumoDla or iDflammation 
of the lunga udeoMBaplloD tpplt tk« piMtar 
over tbe Inp mS MM OM ia t WIIB Un 
ehoalderi!. 

Id dyipepaio, iodlKeatioD and aea BickneM 
Kreat relief will be HlTorded by applying iha 
platter over tbe pit ot tbe ikOMelk. 

Prepared for and lold by 

WMN C. PECOHp 




HKAKT HICL.F.S ANU UKALTV MINTii. 



Qertrude: If your hair ii tiry and lalliog out, waab it 
in bmr. Xbia IreatoieDt will make it atick around tor a 
while. 

Alice: A aoek tbower ia a very pretty taoction for a 
young man who ia about to move to aootber city. Have 
all your girl frieads collect old aoeka from tbe neigh- 
bora. When waabed, yoa can preaanttben le bin. Ue 
will do tba darolDg after be geti then. 

Dolly: YoD say that your floanea baa bssa soaasd 
avar alooa yoa aeoapUd bim. Hia caae le a ajraterjr. 
Tbey naaatly wait aatil alter tbe hooeymooo. 

Roae: It would be highly improper to take a revol- 
«ar to a family growlfr party. A pair of braae kuucki 
or a blackiack will ba aufHcient Jewelry for aucb an 
ocoaaloo. 

Working tiirl: Automobile tripe witb VSsUby Bien 
are anaree. Ba(te»- not go. If you ait a food girl yoo 
wiil.bafa to aralk homa. Htick to the atreetMra and on 
yoor w«ddta( dayjrour bnibaodwlll let you rl^*anNiad 

iu a cab. 1 



Tba mora a glil kaowa Iba aiore a aiaa wku 
JuHHfi't kaow aaythiaff at all thtaka be eaa 

teach her. 

A woBBo wHb kaadaona fare ia terribly 
afraid of ratcklag eoM oa a day teo wana to 
wear Ibrm- 



The Pastime 



TONMNT ONLY. 



The Aiwnymsus Lttfar 

The Alberlos 
A Complicated Campaign 



Don't mUi the park ibeao Uiy day). Uvery- 
tbioK ia makiag loTa to eoaiatbleg alee.~To- 

Itfdo lllade. 

Tke Ladiaa' Aid Sooiaty of tha Fortat AvaBue 
II. B. trbareb will aot maatTbanday aflaraooa 
%» u^usl.liut « ill meal Tbarad8y,Jaae6ib, witb 

Urii. Loui'i Cubb. 



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EXPERT 

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MV WSII IN NIAYtVIUI II NIT NtriRINCE. 
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Handle Only the Baet of material. I)aal«c. 
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pure Linseed Oil and the necessary dryers. 
They are adapted to METALLIC, WOOD 
or BRICK surfaces where solid colors are 
preferaMe and wbtrt dunbilHjr tbt prim* 
requisite. 

Tbe BbsdM af JakBBtflo'a Triaapb Bam , 
•ad Roof Palat are BoreOTer very plfailng.^ ' 

I 7%«y come in Slate, Fore$t Green, Red, Brown, 
Maroon and Baidtskif Cray. DeaUn Burywima. 

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sfffif^ In Our 

And it barns steady and without danger. 
Wb$n y«u wutt aar kM If C6»r . , 
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Strawberries ! 

Ara DO* eoinlBK. With taatoaabla waatbar Iba orof will be HNI IN QU AU TT. 
Imt aol aaoiaally large is qaaatity. I «ill bava tbo baadllag of Iba aropa of tbe 
largatt aad msat aipariaaead groarora ia Iba Obio VaHoy. Tba berrUa will be 
abipped diroot froa tbe palehaa by aayrete ead viU be pbMod oa eaU bare ea 
aaaia daya tbey aro aieke4. Tbey will be eoM ea berotefere by ae ia rUIX- 
mf.O OR STANDARD QUART CUM WftLl flUiBO, Uaa iaaariag te eoet* 
purobaaar tbo fbll aaoaat eeatraeted for. BONBff MEASURE aad BBT 



KKIi|T «ill conllaua to be ay bmMo. PorMoa wbo may waat barrlaa dariaa tbo 
aewon will maka do nlalako by plaeleg ordara with m: Will bo aoid WHOLB- 
SAia AND KKTAIL. Later oa RASPBEKKIKi aad UTHKR PKUIT8. for wbioh 
tbara ii boo promiaioK proapaeta for good oropa, vlll eon*. I beta arraago- 
maalt for ample anppliaa of all kindt. I kaf a laid io a wj largo lopply of 



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Muon Fruit Jars and Star Tin Canal: 



gualiiT lii>Ht, priori lowast. At tba (pecially I )w prii-na I am &o« aakiag oa 
CANNKI) (;(i(ill.S uf all kind* thoy ar* kuIdk fail. Djd'I lat tbia lood oppor- 
tooity paoii «ii houl layioi; la tmpln auppliiM> Duriog tba teuoo I ihtll maka a 
fptelalty of Kruitf asd Vegetiblea. aod tk« b«iit can at all limoa tw fnoad at my 
boaaa. but ndibiog iu loy line nhtll ba aaglitetad. Tba wbola utocli •bill ba k»pt 
at tbe lop Botek. bolb la (laaiity aad qaaatlt/. Coma aad aoo ao ovorybody aad 
brh« yttr Irleadi. 



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MAYSYILLK K\.. I JlUllSDAY. MAY 30. 1912. 



OAS COPY-OITE CENT. 




Tvo tan ««yt to Itan U* kipoortajr ud 
tulir of Bu: Om It lu • Mmptptr; Ik* 
oikM It. m for oflM. 




•PkMMtM*. 




When • girl in going to gift • date* It't • 
ilCB (h* will du.tll tto piMUllt U< htr 
attkr tU tbt work. 

Tbta ii Iho ?'<t»on ia which the mtn who 
Mgloeled to rletn the anow ctf hit tidtvilk 
lOtiltar Deglecta to rakii up hit ytrd. 



NEW SCHOOL LAW 



IttNdMce of PHpilt WUI Sovsrn 
llM Tiaebert' Pay 



Uodor tkt at* 8t«to Itir itftralag lk« tp- 
portltitH of tkt 8utt lekool halt. II to bt>> 

lltTod hy the heiidt of (he edoettiontl drpart> 
■tot tbtt tohool ttttadMce Hill bt imprortd. 
Tkt at* la* rtqalna aoatf It W ptM laaak- 
tn on • beait of lehool ttttadtaot, at well is 
qatlUlcttioBt to ttacb, tkat tatoortglag tha 
ttaoktr 10 gtl tkt papiU lo tkt tokool tmy 
dor- Btrktdilt Rialal, Sapariattadtat of 
Ptbllc lottructlon, and T. J. Coatea, .Soperio- 
taadett of rnrtl aohoola.ar* tt work oo • pita 
ftr ptjriag tkt laatktre aadar tkt at* la*. 
Uidtr tkt old It* a tttekar «m paid regtrd- 
Itta of popila in attendance, tad it ia aald in 
toate of tbt ecboola the tttaDdtDCO *ta alioarad 
U ftll off bf raaaoaof tkt fatltkal tkt laaok* 
era did aot care. Under tha new plan t teacher 
*ni kt tllofftd a aiiDimum aaltrf , tod tkia vlll 
kt itertaatd at tkt ptratattRt of atttadaace 
ia tkt tokool ioortutt. Latl ytar aad for 
aeferal yeara paat only ooe thlrd of the pupiit 
tarolltd Bttaoded acbool Juriog Ibt year. It 
to koptd lo raitt tkit atil y tar lo al leatt 60 
par cent. 



Hr LOCAL INTEREST. 



IMi NWll WI IIIW. AND WE Will MOPIT 
if HUIIM AIIIT TNIM 



Tbia ia a parely local eveot. 

It ttok pitct it Mtyaville. 

Not la aoaat fara*ay plte«. 

Yoa art aikod to lafttUcAa II. 

A»ked to belleTe a citizio'a word; 

To ooaArm a eitizta'a atatenieBl. 

Atr trtielt that ia oodoraod at boat 

la sort *ortky of ooafldtatt 

Tkaa tat yt« kat* aolkiac ako«l, 

Etdoratd by uokoowo people. 

M. C. Cblabola. 317 K. Seeood atreat, Wiyt- 
filtob Ey.. tayt: "I'ba cure Doab'^ Kidney 
Piito tnttad ttaat yeara ago waa permanent, 
aad tkt tttltetaltl I gafa la Ikoir praitt at 
. Uti (iat ttUi ktldt good. Thtra wat a tlau 
*kaa aiy kMaani vtrt kadiy dtoardtftd aad I 
«aa aaaoyad ay aiaay ayaiptoBM of klda»y 
aosplalat. Doaa'a KMaty Pilla. prooortd at 
' Wtod * Soa't Drag Store, corrected my 
troabU tad my good health ainee then it 
tTlftttct of their merit*. I hire reeo many 
Mbor ottea abara Doan'a Kidney I'ilia have 
prorea tktlr •orlh. . 

for aale by all daalera. Price 60 ceata. 
Poater-Uilburn Co , Buffalo, No* York, aole 
aKeola for tbo Ignited Statot. 

Hemember the oame— Uoan'a— and take no 
other. 






OT with tha aagutoh 
of hearta that are 
break Ins 
Come we aa mourn- 
ers to woep for 
our dead; 
Orlef In our breaata 
hat grown weary 
of aohing, 
Qreen la the turf 
whern mir Uara 
we have ahed. 

Whllo e'er their 
m a r b I a a the 
moHstis ara erttp- 

BtenlInK each name 
and the legend 

OiTO thtir proud 
atory to mem- 

OfT/'m keupliiK, 
Shrined in the temple we hallow today. 

Hushed are their battleflelda, ended their 
narclita^ 

Deaf art their aan t» Iho dnni baat 

uf mom; 

niso from tha Bod, ya Hair .cotanna and 

archea! 

Tell their bright deeda to t)>a agta un- 
born! 

Emblem and lagtnd mxr fada from tbo 

portal, 

Koyutone TOKT enunlito and portal BMjr 

fall; 

They were tho balldara whoaa work la 

Inintortat. 

Crowned with tho domo that la ovtr ua 
aUI 

I.IVKR WICNUEI.I. HOL.MKS, 
tlio pool of (iccaslofiH, wrote 
this lyric for the cert'ino 
iilcM attending (ho laying: ot 
tlje corner stono of Har- 
vard's great Menioriul hall, 
built in honor of her aons bIuIu in (he 
CIvU war. Orandaona of the under- 
gradaateB who beard It when It was 
first read hava alnca baoa born, and 
have paaaiM under tb* itatelr roof of 
the Memorial hall on Ibeir way to tbe 
lofty dining hail of tbe old college. 
■J'o thtrii antl to tholr children tho 
grief which had ceusej to bo heart- 
brealduK when HoUneb iiemied his 
poeiii, iH no wore than a revi-rentlMl, 
idealizi'il and ennobling .sentiimnt. 
Yet tblrty-four atatea wlli by ttat or 
tbeir respective legislatures observe 
Memorial day aa a day consecrated to 
memorial Mnrleoa tor tboae wbo 
aerred In the wars ot tbIa country. 
And to most ot ua tbIa means tbe aol' 
(ilers of the Civil war, though In truth 
a recent visit to Arlington cemetery 
brought liouie the truth thai the war 
Willi Spain deiiiauded Hh (nil of the 
nation's manhood. 

But tbe cuatom of placing flowers 
on tbe graves of soldiers on a, certain 
Sied day devoted to aervlcea com- 
memorative of tbelr patrlotlam came 
into practice at the doae of the Civil 
war, and Memorial day ia atili moat 
intimately asaoclated with the men ot 
that war, moat ot whom have passed 
Into the land of memory, though n 
comparatively small number of Itu 
veterans still survive to march In tbo 
procaaaion which la a part ot the 
day'a obaonraneeL 

Tbo flnit Memorial or Deeoratloo 
day which these veterans of the Qrand 
Army of the Uepubllc retail each year 
WJ3 not, u.s It it) now lu mo.st ot iiie 
states and e\en In AlaiiUa and I'orto 
Hlco, u lethal holiday. It came aa the 
result of an order Iti.sued by Oen. John 
A. Ijji.aii, iialldiinl commander ot the 
(jraiui Army of the Kciiulillc. tliiii a 



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Curioui Results Whan 
CalfM Drinking art 
donad 



Tea and 



A Friend 

At the Breakfast Table 

Thousands of old-time 
coffee ind tea drinkers 
now UM 

POSTUM 

This pleasant morning 
cup strengthens and in- 
vigorates, leaving no **re- 
action" of shaky nerves, 
headaches, etc, 

Try Postum 10 days. 



It la almoal aa bard for an old lea or coffee 
toper lo (|oil a« it ia for a ebiakjr or tobaoeo 
lead la brtak off, esttpl ibat tbe tea or oof- 
fta oatr taa qalt aad takt ap Poataai wUboat 
aar fttliag of a loot of tbt Btraiag bevtraga 
Wbta Puttaai k wall aadt aad taivad oitk 
ataaa. it It really batlar la yolal at lavor 
thaa aaiS af tho eoffae ttrvtd aevadaya. Ta 
tbt tatio of tba toaaoltaear It It vary Hie Iht 
Savor tf Stt, slid Java. 

A grttt traaaforqation taktt pitet la tbt 
body vltbla ua dara or t«a oeek after eoffee 
ar lafl It Itft off and i'ontam oe«d. Tae 
fOatta it thai polaui' lotb* nfrvee — e^- 
/Viae— bat beta dtaoontiaQed, aod ia ito olaoe 
ia takea a liqaid toad that eoatalat Ibe moat 
pewarfal tlaaeala of aearlttatit- 

II totaty to Moktibit taal aad provt Ibtewi 
^lateaaala by ahaaglag lo l^atlea. 
"tba Read to WelUtlto," la tkgt. 



young orRnnlzatlon. It was in May, 
18C8, that Adjutant (Jeneral N. I'. 
Chysman coiiterred with General 1..0- 
gan conteriiing the matter of having 
the Grand Army Inaugurate tho cus- 
tom of placing flowers on the graves 
of Union Boldlera at aome unitorm 
time. Followlaff thia conference Uen- 
eral Lofan laaued an order aetting 
aside May 80, 186S, "for tho purpose 
of strewing with flowen or otherwise 
decorating the graves of comrades 
who died In defense of tbeir country 
during the late rebellion and whose 
bodies now lie in almost every city, 
village or hamlet churchyard In the 
land." 

Chicago had tho Srat calahraUon of 
a Doooratloa day nndor the atiaplcea 
of tho Orand Army orgaaliatlon In 
lies. Two yeara before tbla,lnal«t' 

ter which waa printed March 12, 1866, 
in tho columns of tho Columbua 
Times, a southern woman, Mrs. Mary 
Ann Williams Howard, widow of a 
confederate offlcer. MaJ. John H. How- 
ard of Milledgeville, Oa., had auggest- 
that April te of that year bo aot aside 
aa tho dato "to wreathe travea of our 
martyvod dead with flowers." The 
suffostlon was followod and that 
date, April SS, Is now obsorred as 
Confederate Memorial day, and set 
aside as a legal holiday, as is May 30 
In other states, in four southern 
states, Louisiana, Alnbama, OeorRla 
and llorida Min Willlanm was Kreat- 
ly beloved in tho south. During tho 
war abo waa as active in doing all she 
could to aerve tbe aoutbern side as 
ber hosband and was the moving spir- 
it In putting into oporaUon what were 
known as "wayalde honaos," In which 
care waa given aoldlera on route to 
battlefields. When she died tt Co- 
lumbus, Oa.. In 1S74, Bb« WM borisd 
With military honors. 

Two leatbem atatea. North Carolina 
and Boath Carolina, obaonro May 10 
as their memorial day. In Now Mex- 
ico It Is left to tho goTomor to ap- 
point the day. As every stato la In- 
dei)eiideiit In its legislation, traditions 
and cuetouiB, every state baa power to 
appoint Its own holidays, but, despite 
these variations, a spirit of centra'lUa- 
ti'on or the growth of a national spirit. 
If you wish to call It that, has aided 
In bringing about an approxtniato unl- 
fomlty ot date tor Memorial day in 
most of tho states. Thlrty<tour states 
and Alaska, Porto Rieo and tho Dis- 
trict of Columbia obserro tho SOth of 
May as a legal holiday dedicated to 
the memory of aoldlera. Four aoutb- 
ern states, as has been said, observe 
tho day on April £6, two on May 10. 

It is a good custom this, which 
toMhos each succeeding generation to 
honor tho courage, patrioUsm aad loy- 
al saerlfloo of thoso who havo pre 
ceded It A nation which doos this In 
spirit every day aa It doos In special 
ceremonies one day each year may 
fearlessly face the fuiure, confident 
that It will be worthy ul tbo past 




Enjoy Woods and .Water? 
Go to Nortii Michigan 



It's the great scenic resort section of the country — 
the region of forest, lake and stream — always cooli 
offering every outdoor and social recreadon. 

One night away, without change, on 

Pennsylvania- 
Grand Rapids & Indiana 

Through Route 

Special advance service Tuesdays and Fridays, 
during Jtue. 

Regiil.ir daily service be^:ins June 23d. 

Booklets, beautifully illustrated, give all partio* 
ulara, hotel rates, etc. Free on application to 

GEO. W. WEEDON, Assistant General Passenger Afmt 
Union Trust BuUdingt Cincinnati 



Graduation 
and Birthday 



Presents 



l>lattaond«, Watched, Jewelry, Silver Toilet and Manionre Artiolea. 
We are ataowlnc ptvaenu from 50o up. Call and have a look. Wo 
can pleaae yon. Hee oar new Bnamwcd Jewelry. ••VKKY NBW." 

vouK f res 

Are tlttetl alonfi aane and aaO) manner; no fake MchemcH to Impreaa 
■ he c-natomrra with nur knowledice. We don't aee aterr«itypp(1 ad- 
verilaements wrilun by (he (man) from nowhere. Tbe UKST 
uiiAHRKSat oBO'bairoihem cnarge Is onr goarantee. Call and 
irt me iir yonr oyos. PKsoripilon Work solicited. Wo rotom ya«r 
preacriiitloii. 



P. J. MURPHY, 



THB JBWBLER 

AND OPTIOIAN. 



Cold Soda 



For Warm 
Folks 



Greenland's icy mountains are not colder than, our 
Soda. A few degrees colder snd it would be ice. 
That's w liy it cools warm folks off so rapidly; that's 
why it's the coolest Soda in the county. Coldness is 
not its only merit, though. It's as sailsfactory for Its 
flavor as it is for its cooling quality. 



Thos. J. Chenoweth, 



DRUGGIST 

C.ir.Heconrt ami 
Huttoii 8(a. 



Maysville, Ky. 



THE REXALL STORE, 



"CHILDREN'S DAY 



tt 



Exercises to be Given at Christian 
Church Sunday Evening, June 
9lh at 7:30 O'clock 



■ AMO UORT." 
OrftaD ValDDtary— Hn. a B. Qahal. 

I'roceuiooal — 

Cborai— "Uttls SsskaasMr— Priasry De- 
partmaat. 
Scriptara Raadtaff— Viaeaat Bllli. 

Prayer— Rev. lioger L. t Urk. 
He'itation — "ChildreQ** l>5y" — Eliiabitb 
Rlcbardddo. 
Soag by Sekoel— "Oat of Darlpws lato 

Soos with Bla ioa Drill— Pssrtt ss4 Mib 

(irade Oirl«. 

KfcitatioD ''What a Cbildrau'a Day Dollar 
Will De la Iadla''-Patti Laa Bramblt. 

Sole— Ohfldraa'a Booaaaa by Praaeaa Marjb, 
ehorni by icbool 

RaeltatioD— "Hattbea Children Pleading for 
LiKbt"--Nanai« Teaser. 

Aa Esarctoa— Darkaaia aad Ugbt— By fU- 
lata racblk Qrale asi Blah lakael Girls. 

So)o-"Oark Art tka BkalsMr— Balao 
You an. 

Daet by Kirli-"Ia DarksNS sal ^ht, 
Mora aad Mora" 

RaeiUtioa— "Wbat a Dallar WUI Do for 
MiMioB*"— Marie Runico Knox. 

ReoiutioB— Song and Star Drill by taelrr, 
Tbird aad Fourth Urade cbildrtn. 

Soad tka Qaapol Faatar"— 
OoldlaSiteell. 

Beeltallea— "ralli^ AH N%ktr— AraeM 
Day. 

Solo-^Uoe Yoa WUI Ura BUa"— OailMo 
Ckoaaall, ebona by aekool. 
Coafartaee of Hiialaa Warkara— Jaati 

Bradaar, OhalrmtD, Praneea Marab, AUa Adaai, 
Maria Bougbton. Marie Webaler, Uoorga Brad- 
aar, (!ueb>': i au^li, Margie Boyd, Baalab Qiar. 

Duet— "Ua Waa UtH Wllllr | — Salaa Yosa. | 
JaaMa Bradaar. 

Qffariai for MiaaloBt. 

A baadrad dollan etti ba gif«a by tba Saa- 
daf^ebaal (or foralKO Mlaaiaar. 
Otorfac Chorai- "Oaaard Cbriatiaa Saldian'' 
BModieUoa. 




NOTICE 



All periotH iiidelit)>d to Calbarioa Meehan or 
Thomaa U«-et:so, di'C<<afcd, are hereby notifiad 
n p«y aane at Iba oflloe of II. I.. WaUh. 2()8 
('ourt itrMt; and all peraoaa baTioit claima 
uKairat rith.r eaUta will preaoat aaaia to laid 
Walab, properly prnvan, for paymaal. 

THB EgUI FABLE TKUdfCa 
OP' DOVBtt. KY.. 
Adailalatrator of Tbomaa aad Catbariao Mea- 
baa, dfceiaed. 

By H. L. WaUB. Ala't SMsy. 
F. P. O'llonnell, Attoraay. 27 4t 



AmjmWm* qutUUw 9mnHlmi94 enne atiaar paeked ohIu 
in 9 mnd 5-uoii$»d effr#«N«, NKViiU SoMjU EN 
BVLK. That'm why It l» Banitury »U0mr; 
thnt'm why tt i* mteeetfut of iiwett tu mm^ t 
That'H trhu it ia M'lUCK, white, »pm$4i- 
ting, driiriotiM, ttumt-tight, germ- 
^ proof. We have the jtrnt itMp- 
ment received in Kentuefttf, 
Muy a package; you %vUf 
•ee tho MfferoBtee. 

Jf. C Jtl/MSMSfjI, CO. 



•u Jin ,t, 
Esiabliahetl Reputation I 

For safety and good methods should surelv be 

considered in the selection of a Bank. Tht StStS 

National ia aeeking your Busineas. 

CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. 8AFL 

The State National Bank 

. peMKee, £. r. kirk, h. o. miMKP, 

Vley Prmmklmitt, 



DECORATION DAY! 

SBND IN YOUR ORDERS FOR CUT FLOWERS 

WE HAVE 

Carnations, Peonies, 
Roses, Sweet Peas! 

All Cut Flowers will be scarce this season 
and your order will be taken care ot if sent in 
early. 

EASTER LILIES IN POT OR OUT— A fine 
lot just right lor Decoration Day. 

Cut Lilies, $2 per dozen. ^ 
Pot Plants from 60c to $1.25 eacb. 

MOON VINES 
A large lot ready for planting, 10c each. 

C. P. DIETERICH & BRO. 



NOW 



NINO, THB MAQICIAN. . 

At Mtysville Chauttuqus. 



^i^taaka Masoalaa aad La Teaea, S easts 

Mammoth Cave 

Jooa 19(b. All ezpeoaaa for a threa daya' 
trip. 112.16. 'Pboaa L. * N. Agaal for pv 
(loilan. 



M. K. UouKhlln. T. A. Hikkihi. I'. A. S.alte 

C0U6HLIN ft CO. 

UNDERTAKERS 
AND EMBALMERt. 

MAYSVIl.LK, KY. Klu« Mvary Id eoiiucc 
tl>>u. 'HtiuntiSI 



Dr.P.G.SMOOT 



Seesid ntsr MaiMk Twylc 

CWMr Third and Market VtL 



IS A GOOD 
TIME 

JTo Get Ready for That House Cleaning. 

If you are ready, look over the greatest assortment of 
FINE FURNITURE. We wtll be pleased to show you, no 
matter il ready to buy or not. Receiving every day new 
goods at pricee that are very tempting. We also handle tbe 

Caloric Fireiess Cook Stove 

Which will save from 66 to 76 par oant. of your foel bill. 

MclLYAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX, 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers. . 



Phone 520. 



Parker Boildhig, 
Sutton Street 



Maysville, Ky. 



'wmom* u. 



•laMaaaa Me. IM a ThM ttnatt 'Pboaa Mo. 1. 



•riAs 

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Oflloa Honra-4 to if a. m. ; 4 to 6 p. ni. 
Siandaya Ay Apjtointw^ent Only, 



Gave Up Hope 

"1 suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman- 
ly troubles/' writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad- 
bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till ! would often faint 
I could not wallc at all, and 1 had an awful hurting in^my 
tide ; also a headache' and a backache. 

I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband 
urged me to try Cardui, so, 1 began, and the first bottle 
helped nie. By the time tlie third bottle was used, 1 could 
do all my work. AU the people afound ban uM I wouM 
dia, but Cardui rallavad oMi'* 

Cardui Woman^Toniic 

For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving 
woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and 
welL During this time, thousands of women have written, 
like Mrs. McPherson, to teU of the really surprising results 
they obtained by tha use ot thia purely vegetable, tonic 
remedy for women. 

Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre- 
vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. 

If you are a woouo, begUi taking Cardui, today. 




Daylight Window Displays 

at Night 

Itlia wondarful how ba«atifal and attmottvalwtai- 
dow dlaplaji ara ;iuidtr tbo para white ra3r<iof 

LELECTRIC LIGHT I 

A weU-dreaeed wlodow properly Ulnmlnated ie 
like a hOMtlftU ptetare. Weeea make yonn at- 
traotlye. 



MAYSVILLE GAS CO. 



PURE LIQUORS 

THE BEST :WNISKIES, APPLE BRANDY, 
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE 
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 

Satieiaction guaranteed or money refunded. We? don't 
handle reotlfled, blended or compounded gooda of anytond 
whatever. It quality counts, if purity ia aa o1::ijact, if money, 
saving means anything to you, we ahould have your trade. 

MAIL ORBERS PROMPTLY FILUEO. WffJS». 

0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "'ISlfi^ 



1^- 





mm 



Great Salt Value 
at 

Reasonable Cost. 

W* Mil good m«rebandl««. Wo 
mmiU lik* to •bov good tiIuph fur 
yMr mtnf •! uy yrlo* |M My 
ekooM from |10 to $26. Wbei yon 
bay ■ Suit from u yoa gtt ftbrlu of 
iplaadld qaollty mI umUmI eeior, 
tatlorlH Ikat It f •ll-ap to U* lUUaxi, 
•nd (tylsthtt liatjie.not mvre frtttk- 
itm, bat roflnod, parfeot ttylo. Tho 
8m« Bito M bM« f*r ym— Stilorf , 
Pmmum. mi nnm-|t .lo IB. 

Geo. H. Frank & Co. 

Maysvllle't PtKMtt ClotUcft. 



mAraftALMtMW, 



The GermM BtichtUg hai 

ioarned aotil 9oTtnber 89tb. 



0«rl B. Qnj laeeMds Looii W. 
Hill M pmidMl OrMt Northtra Rail- 

At Richmond, Ky., C. 9. Menter, a 
farmer, axed ti4 years, ditd as tbe 
result of a hone kicking him. 



Decision on motion to make per- 
mtDeut temporary injunction 
coffee rait ezpteted In few daya. 



in 



Simon Brotherlin Barr, last of the 
active pallbeareraol Abraham Lincoln 
died at Altoona, Pa., in hia 78d year. 

Cleveland, May JSth. — E. H. 
Bothern and Julia Marlowe an* 
noaneed today that after two more 
seasouB they would retire permanent* 
iy from the ataxe. 

The Jersey campaign closes tlic 
President's personal participation in 
the state primary tights, as it is un- 
likely that he will gu to South Dak- 
ota, around whpse primary reealta^io- 
terest now largely centers. 

BASEBALL RESULTS 

TISTSRVAT't u«ai*. 

Mti* (irait Ltuguf, 
■•ISTlltoe;^ Blebnoad ». 
All otbw gMOM pastpoaod, rata. 

waiai *asT flat todat. 

Two Qtmri GMlb. 
I.rv liiKtiMi kl I'ltri". 
Wluoltaitar ml Ktoliiiiuuit. 
riNMrirtonatllaysvlUo. 



Tk« papiltof MisB JsBBleH. Neeie eW fifa 
a aiasleal ibis tvoaiag at tka lla|«vllla Maaia 

Rtlwiii Tt Hli Ptmtr Wirk 

Ur. '.'hn'IpH R Carrto, who r«c«nt)y reilsii- 
•d tbs 8«oret«r;iblp of Ibt Audaboa Minora! 
Water Os., of Dorsr, has rotarasd to his 
former choioa Tocalloo, the maoaxement as 
trtTellni rrpresoDtailTS of a largo Soalh 
BoDd, lad., rasgs eoaesra aad elU hsTO obsrgs 
of the saaM Iwithora tsrrKosy ka was so see- 
OMifal In. IIh •111 inhthly hate his hsei> 
qoarters ia llsmphlf , Tono. 
Itaya lit* OoMH* #f«ws: 

Wo are oorry to hrar that Mr. Cnrrin hai 
doel'lod to tever bl« official coaaootloD wllb 
the company, for be wis Ibo one «bo slways 
aiado a flgbi for bis aatiro leva, aot esJy ia 
the loestioa of Ihs olio of tho Aedaboo 
Company Imt for trery tblag else for tbe good 
of UoTsr, tod tbs Dovar people bsvs aelbiog 
but tho kladsot fasUac taeard hiai at all 
tlowr. 

The real foisoa of Mr. Carraa'a rostgaallos, 

bowevar, was that be baa b«ea offered io- 
doeemanta to retoro to Itie lervica of the 
compaay ho rspreeealad for fo man; yours, that 
ho ooald aot aSurd to tare tha offdr dowr. 
Ha will acala go oa the roa4 as Soathora ro|, 
reaeotiitlve, and will aaiamo hIa datlos sheet 
tho Biiddle of this mostb. 

Mr. Corrss hu a traTeliog record as a 
saltaaaa aarqaaltd by any Maaos coootiao, 
as hs has oaaTsasod otory State la tho Uaios 
slio Caaada fron Vaaeoevar te Mm Baotia, 
and koowfl (he N >rih AaMrioaa coatiaoat fra« 
begioniog to end. Ua has asaatorod tho raago 
baslaosa aad bailt ap a trade that aarprlsod 
STSB his omployen. Ho started la again lut 
Moeday and will soon bo maklog botlnesi horn 
in tho Saaoy South ; all of wbiob will ba good 
BOWS to his Koalaeky frioads, aspeoially at 
Dover whsro C. Bdward hod his aatsl haMtot 



TO CUKR A CULD IN UNK UAV 

Take LAXATIVE UKOMO Qulnloa Tablet! 
OrMWIaia lalaMi aaoMy it it faUa to ewe. B. w 
OBOVK'e alaaatafolt oa oaoh bos. 



Me. 



_ — ► -♦_ 



FAODY "FAM'^ 



Heplies to Crlticiim on Baseball At- 
ttudmei Tbat Apptartil in 
Kicktr't CarMT of Tutt- 
ilay't Ltdoar 



rAe Evening UulUttn 

la Thk MAYBViLi.K I'l HUc Leuugr of Toes- 
day, tlxy 28ih. tliero appeared ao article 
^igaed "A Kao," in which it waa atated "It is 
indeed a aorpriae to roe that a city like Uaya- 
vi.le cannot or will not aupport a liueliall team, 
I and a wlDoint;i)n» at that, when towna aacb an 
' Wiocbeater, Ku hmond and I'aria, thu aaroe 
aite, or amailur, have boaated (eama for aaferal 
yeara. Uaytrillo has the royetatloa of hsioe 
■fid.ly,'" etc. 

If Uayaville haa the repotatiun of betoR 
"faddy" it baa kept up Its rspatatloa wall, for 
It has aovor booa kaowa la the history of haae- 

ball before, outaida of Mayiiville, where it waa 
the fad to miatreat a fellow player liire our 
Third-baaeman Conoora baa been miatreaUd by 
aoM of his follow players. Kichaiood, Paris, 
Wiachastsr, Prsskfort Bor Loilagtoa woald 
nut Htand for anftbiiiK like tbU for a ae'ond, 
and if they had a tbird-biaaman lilio Cunnurt 
they woald boost hIa laataad of kaoek kiai oe 



araraiMO or cLvae. 

tViin l.nti 

Kraakfort 18 T 

MAYSVIbLB Id II 

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AH gasssApos tp o a adi rata. 

CMoaffoa.Olavalaae4. 
Okleago i. OMvalaae t. 
■easoa 81, Waablaglea (. 
Boeloa It. Waahlagtoo II. 
PbllaoalpbU 7, Mew York I, 
PbUadelphla-Mew Yosk. tain. 
DetiollT.St. Loetal. 

AmirUan At»t€lalion, 
MlWaaapolU T, at. Paal 1. 1 
TeladoO, LmHavUlel. 
Ool»»lMM.lBdlaBapolU, ralo. 
MUwaakoo 1. Kaaaaa City T. 



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More IhsB a haadrsd pstrOos— ovary-day 

patrons- of baseball in Hayaville biva told 
the writur that they went to aee tbe game 
eipecially to aee Coonora play, but aioce be 
haa beaa so badly oiiilroatod, here aad abroad, 
by hIa playsistrs, that they had ho dosiro to 
go back to tbe game. 

Mayaville now baa a third-buemao that ia 
Statloaary. Since Connura haa baoa oat of 
the gasio they have played foar gasus, wia- 
aiag bat oas ont of tbs foar, aad It looks to 
this faa like wi< hav.) hit the tobog^jan. 

It is to be hoped that Conoora will come 
back and get in tha game, and tbat tha oian- 
agoaoat will see that he is treated like any 
gaatlessae shoaM ho treated. 

A Pan. 



fke lia* oar taak of 00 for HaysvilU's 
alieela WW arrive tMs wotk. 

Near Plsmingsbargh, Mr. Praak Peed, aged 
ti, dM at his hsaio ysslordsy aftorsoos. 

J^atest Jnark$ts. 



oooKvar nwavca. 
r.illowlag are ibta ■wtalae'a vaeutteaa oa 
ooaatry i>roduoa,teiapbOBoe atPo'alaok by S . L 
MaMbaaui,Maaa««ro(*ho |leyaMoa Uomnat 
olalOoMpaiiTi 

•ffga^loaaoff, poreoaoa.«.«M...»l8s 

■anor..«.«».M ■!■ »•< 

TMfttoySwM..i.M..,.>w.w......w.w...w.tfti 

RaBa,9 n«. Mi w ...... .iiw. ...... 9^ 

■prlagftatlM fts aad over ..^.......IM 

Dooks ..... .itM 

MaTstillb aariii. aAaaaf. 

Coalull.li«iulll(ht, Vgal S M ... 

UilTee. V tt> tb it *0 

Golden Syrup, y Kal 40 

Molmiei, new crop, y Ksl r<0 it 

Muluaea. old crop, V K*! 

Ssrgbuiu. tiiucy u''i*, y nal. 4<i 

8M(tmr, yellow, V It' rt'i 

Sugar. eilrn. C, V tti 6\<it 7 

SuK»r, A., V lb ' <i* ■■• 

SuKar, Kraiiulated, y 7 U .. 

!9U,i«r, |Miw(l>'rMd, y fe- 10 

eiugar. New Urleaoa, y ft. i. 

Tsas.y t>. to a i.ov 

JYotiHoHt and Cottn'.ry ProdMi, 



C. B. WUMaaH has raalgaod as Oaskh)^ o( tho 
First MeUaaai Baak at Blggiaiiorl add I. N, 
Stephseeae kaa leftsn tho pl ati tt mr aiMy. 



<«iAVir8 MONEY 



Buys the Democratic Convention 
— Urey Woodson Oefeatad 
For National Com* 

MlttttlMIII 



» eo— eeo *•* e**»«»«>aeooe a» e 



Applea, dried, y l> 

Maaon, break taal,yt> 

HaooD, clear aldea, y B>... 

Uaoon, Uama, y » 

Uaoaa. aboublaia, |p B.... 

Beaai, 9 ga'« 

Butur,Vft..» 

Rage, f doB 

Ploar, Jefferaon, 9 bbl ... 

Flour, Alpha, 9 bill 

PerfactlOB 

Vloor, Orabam. V aoek. 
Benlay VgaL.n....... 

Moaay, V ft 

t^atd, 9 ft«...M.... 

Uaal, V peak 

Potatoea, 9 paok 

P^hea.drled, fp ft..... 

YouBg Oblekeaa, y ft..... 

Strawberries > 

Apples.table. mm.^»^.^,^ 

OH^^S Vfttt4«eaaa«eaa*e*M«a*aMMa*a**e«aa* 

BftBMAta y 40 t» aa aa— aaaaew 

I>ni0at« 9 <IOMaMOMsa*wa*.MMaa»ao«Me 

1*1 neapp lea... M....M..MM. .... MMM... . - 

Hlack Wa^nult ...„ 

L'a.lforolit OraiiKca 

Sweet.FlotldaUraagea „ 

ihoHbark BMmy Mau, « peak ... 



« a soooaeaas 



ISM... tt 

to OW 

15 9 ... 

17 . 
10 0 I8K 

40 O ... 

to • 40 

40 ft ... 

1.10 O ... 

• tU O ... 

110 

te • .. 

80 • ... 
MOM 

18 • l» 

80 • ... 

40 O 4S 

II O ■ 

II O ... 

... o ... 

tt o 

10 O IS 

» • 18 

80 • 80 

It O 80 

... o ... 

ts o ... 

no 40 

80 • 40 

«8 • 76 



LoiWVii.i.K. Ky., May 20lh.— Hon. Hrey 
WoodaoB of Owaasboro, waa defaatad for ra- 
olastloa aa Natleaal Doiiosratle Coftailtlaa- 
■aa tonight by John C. C. Mayo of Johotoa 
oonnty, by a votp of 607 1 (; to 493 2 3. 

Uovarsor MoCroary defaatad Saaatcir iaraaa 
for Ckalrtita aad tho Matoa ooaaty people 

didn't a look in. Detegatea from the 
Niotb Uiatrlot—rroolor Malyla, Boyd oonnty, 
aad J. N. Rahoo, If aaea eeeaty. 

R. H. Vaosant of Boyd cooaty waa oiacted 
Chairsiaa of tho I>o«ooret l e State Oostaiittee. 



eioo sui«r»r«i. aioo. 

Tbe teaderi of ibia p«per will be pleaaad to 
laa'athBtlbarela atleaatonedroadeddlaaaaethal 
aolaaoa haa baan able to oara In all Ita atacei, and 
tbatla CaUrrh. Haifa Oatarro Cure la tbt only 
poalttvaonia bow knowa to tha madteal Irater nl ly . 
Oalarrh being a ooaatltuttoBal dlaaaaa,rei|ulrea a 
oonatltatloDallreatmeBt. Rall'aCatarrh Carala 
taken latornaliy. aoting dbaoUy npoa the blood 
•ua mucoua eurfaoaa e( tka systasi, tbaiaby da- 
•iroyiagthefonadatleBof thadlsaaaa,aadglTlat 
ibapattaatslfsagth by balMlM nptbaeouuta 
UeaaadasststtBgaAtafolBdolaglUwork. Tbe 
pteprlalets have so siaeh faith la tu aaratlvo 
powers that Ikay oflat Oaa Maadiad Dollars tor 
aayeaaotkatlttalls toearo. aaadlortlsiollss* 
llaiOBlals. 

Addnaar.y. CHMMtT * Oa.ToMe.O. 
Sold by all Dragglata, VSe. 
TakoHall'syaamyHllstor aoastlpattoe. 




.IttiOltiiu 
..l8 8se**ou 

..l8 8IOttSi 

..eistosttt 

..10 MOS...... 

..UTtOMIB 

.ts K<alW UU 
..91 MlftlS 76 

..SI0IO8St0 



.OIMCINNATI MAKKKTS. 

CiaciMMaTi, .May tf, 1813. 

Shippers tt 60OtB lo 

Bstra „ St ItOtS 40 

Baiober Btaera, eatra ST TIOIS 

Ooed to ebaloa ............... JT OtOfy ai 

Coataeata ralr...............Jt (DOSS » 

Ualiara, asira „«T llOtr M 

Oeed to ebelea .^.^^.^,91 OOOSt OS 
(}omaMM te falr..«.M SI WftN to 

ai>wt,asira ateeaaaaeoosoootai •kh^V lOttStSt 

Oooetaoholaa.... 

OesiaoBlo falr.....>..., 

Oaaaaia..„...M....M 

Bella, balogaa ........... 

KSt^ a**ae*a**«*ai* «*a**a ••• i 

Vatballs.^.. 

CW»M. 

Kitra , 

Pair to good 

Ooaaioii aad large 

Hogi. 

Heavy buga 

I'aokera and butohera . 

Mliad iiBokara 

Stage 

Uearr tataowa 

Enra 

Ligbtabipperi 

Plga, llUpuuaJa audleai.t4 I& 

Eitra. „ 

Qood te ebolee 

<JOBiaoa to lair 

I.aindi. 

Kitra 

Uuud lo rboloa 

(.'oiuinoD to falr....„..>. 

Yearllagi 

HHtat. 

No. I red 1 31(^1 >S 

No.trad I IPHI »i 

Mo. 4 red WAI 17 

Osni. 



';$»<»tt(lap«r "Santos" Lavatory 

SANITATION in the 
*^ modem home should not 
stop at efficiency alone. 
Artistie appeannet ii an 
important consideration. 

The pleasing designs of 
'Standard" lavatories aid 
greatly in the making of 
the bathroom beautiful, and 
oar careftil inatallation of 
■ame insures absolutely 
sanitary conditions. 

Let us estimate for you. 

FRANK S. NEWELL, 

LEAOINQ 
tAWTAlY PUIMIII, NEATII 
AMI lAt mTEI. 



i-Tt/ Ky/tlAiytr^J hnuHnfii e/ •• //*//, 

ll'fiiilej.'' ■■ l.i.it" 11,1,1 ■• A-,,,.i„;," II,, I trerrdtiig 
llirtt lints in Irnylfi, nrr t HKF /. 

•WIVo Rualnrai Ailvrrflaf-MriiU In^rrtMl 
•rithoul |Miy. 

// (i;uu'f r i fiiU 1,1 rumr l>ie pnt /t,.i. , wr ini lU at 
noiny rtpfhlloiu a»artnrrr».vir,i In ., mrr whal you 
vUtvUm fur. ITa WtiA adtirrilirrt lo ftit thiU Uuy 
<■' not « a i iee t ao oa «m Sy uttng our /ret eotumtu. 

•4rjAwrNWr« wvee /temM Mfw. vAfM nm bt 
'rfi lUtkngkttiritMhtiwtma. 

ma euaiTc iMooM, 

iOanied. 



Aivrrliunutili vndrr thit hradliip, nnt aaw e i tfc M 

" - ■ U n uiriX 



Sva «n«l. la renll rnrh intrrticn, or SO rmlt 

w 



ANTED-WOUK I'O DO Moi r .,iit l,y 

the day. Call hi Jml laiamry >lr(;>-i. 

iny 'l I w 



HOUSE CLEANING TIME 

— I S HERE I = . 

And you will need fome of tb^ Goodi to tnake your liome 

more attractive. 

Tbe stock ol Curtain Gouds is beyond compare and 
you will realize it the moment you see it. The prices are a 
posilivo savinp; to you. 

Lace Curtains iu great variety. Specials at 98c and 

$1.25. 

Rug.s in great variety at the old prices and that It from 
50 cents to $2 less than the new prices. 

Odd sizes in Rugs ol great beauty and style. 

Fine Handmade Lace Curtains at reduce) prices. 

Lovely matched (Uirtains and Bed Sets, very attractive 
and reasonable. The new broad wale wash Corduroys at 25c, 
29c and 39c. Laces ol all kinds, widths, qualities. Floancings 
m great variety and colors. June Fashion SheeU are here. 

ROBERT L HOEfLlCH, 



WANTED-rPHOLSTIBINQ-Iaaae Hoopa 
Kurullnni Co., anefleaaora to.r. f. Martin. 
\Vall aod Seeood alreeu. Purolture rrpelrlng. 
upliilatarlng, SalabloK, ^loTlug and atoraae and 

furniture on ooiiimlaalon. maytl )y 

WANTKD-DKY CLEA.M.SU AND U\ Rl.\(, 
— Th' public invilc'il lni,M<uii tn'TDrc k'>I>>i; 
elsewhere. All ^^urk iruiirHtitft'd or no pay. Vuu 
nau |!el your iiilt or tlri^ita dry uMaiied for II a d 
delivered t<i voa lo aay partof tbeoltf In3l boura 
ilM iMt; vtf tha beat, ~ — 



YoulavaUtM ... 

.V QRirrtY, tiT Commeroa alraat. 



WALKRR 
Pbone S7S. 
apiastf 



WANTRD-Th« pnbllo to kaow that Lnule 
Miller, expert f-\i H'in\ker and repalrer.li.i 

iiiiivi'd hl« kliup fr..'iii nbove llarkiey'a aiore to ibe 
.Nnweil riKMiK In K»<i Till d h reet All work 

(lone |irMiii»tiv M111I KU'irftntH.-d, iiiHr'JStf 

UrANTKl) bKCiiM) UAND CLOTIIIXG- 
Kur I'lilb Mieu and women; overuoati, 
ladien' i-luaka, uiidi-rwear, vTblta uuderaklrta, etc. 
Alao will buy ilflaa aad ahotcaaa. Will oall at 
boaw. J. B. HBAOrOBO, 4Tltaat PiMit aireet. 
Pboaa44». Jaally 



..r 8tet7 HO 

..•7 8fi<»t7 M 
..t7 .'lUOr th 
..t4 OOOtii 7& 
..It uiote t>ll 

.r oiQt 



..Mosoa 
.,•4 »«M to 
..nooSM u 

, r; KKtUT 
t>i T.sttr I'. 

tl fll3l» .'rll 



No.twlilla...., 
Mo.tyeU«w... 
Me.tBilia4I.M, 



Mo. t white ..,„„ 

No. t mlied 

ilOK, 

No 1 tituothy.;. 

No. 3 timothy 

No. 3 tliiiolby 

No. 1 clover... 

No. 1 oloTar niliad 

Mo.toloTer lolied 



... n 
.... n 



91 

n 



— IW 9HtH 

MH(i67 

..t27 ."i*)c/|l3" 
.tV> Mli'4|-2T IKI 
..t» iKI®t?5 fOJ 
..tlR fiCeilS .V) 
..ttt BOdt» Ul 

,.Mt inoots AO 



Call For 
Stockholders' Meeting! 

Puriuant to the OrrlMaa rri|uwit of I'lruiii 
ituckhohlrri. and by order of iin- lluart) of 1>| 
rei;li.ri ot Ihe Sphar Cre.jeil Hrn-V Work.. Incur 

puraled. llie tloi^klioiilro ll.ere(.f »r,- I.ereliy noil 

Oed lo aileuil a lueeiinK i f il.e tii ckhjldert oF 
aalU corporation, to t>e lielil ut lia utM<'e In Mi.i"ii 
oounty. Kentucky, on Juue lit. IVl^ at 'i •< ■■'^■i-k 
Iu tbe atleraoou. fur llie pu-poaa u( oonalderliiK 
IU aeatral «el(afaaB4l 4hii«milela( tbe future of 
aald oorporatloa. 
Wliaeit oar banda ikU Ittli «ay of May, Itlt. 

A.O.«raAB,PfoaUieal. 
H. T. Miua. laereiary. 



For Rent 



Ad\'^fiiffnrnf» louirr tMi hrailimj. ft, 'I fir^rdtni 
\V4 tint». to crnU rturh xntrrtinn, ur ao ct iUl a w«fA 



Ia'^OR RKNT -K00,MS TvvocoiHiHi iin^ roomi, 
■L one ID IH. tbe oilier ainaller: icar. turuacv 
beat. hyUraul, back aad frout Aairaace; to couple 
without cblldren for llabt huuaekeeplna. Apply 
to Ur. BUa Y. Hl okv 2,0'; court aireel. 
— ■— — a— IBB 



For JaU. 



AdX frfMtmenli unilrr tli%$ A'-n/flnp. f.of f-Tcrf,Urn 
H< Ixnti. 10 ctntt tuctt intrrtttn, or SO ctiUl a ivmA 



Ij'^Ult CA I.K— All of niv LiiUseliulil i;oo(1h: hiH 
1. a«U Cheap It ioUl at oni:,-. Mr> III KK 
H ABDT . N o. K Ka«t K ifih iirri i. 

fpOR SALV— POOOLRS-Two rooac Fr^aob 
p.xidl aa, llOeae b. lni|ulrc at tbiaollloM. 



|iX)RSALE-aK\Vltia MACIIINi: ni„l .uch. 
M; both la food order; wtll Iw auid at • bur 
gala. Call at «H Weat rront atreet. 



oCostf. 



Aivrlittmndt «itd*r Mm Madme HutrM 



LOaT-OOI.D BAR PIM-Koot aad iiaall dla- 
■load la eeaur. RawaM IT left at tk a oUoe. 



LOST-A Baa Hire •temp Book at the Opera 
hoaea •ataiday alfbi. - 



ibia nllloe. 



I'lease return to 
iiiavai Iw 



I O.SI -.SOI.lIKiOl.II LINK ll|{.V(;i;Li:T--Ue. 
J Iwe, n M,irket sir.'et biuuky il'.llllW. 

Kei uru i<. iiin .•III,-.' Hud rec eiTa reward, iiiylft 

LOST-ClilLU S L1.NRN OOAT-Wltb braiile.! 
oolldr. riader pl«aae leave at ihia office. 

inyt4 I IV 



TlIK (IHKA.M1- Ji:\VKI.llY roMPANY. J 
riM iNN.Mi, (I., KBbruary28tl, 1912. J 
To Whom Thi$ A/ay Concern: 

Tklo b to eertify tkot Joke L Welok wot 
amployad by no. for the Oakamp Jnvelry Co 
u vatcbnakar for a ooatldorable period aod 
(JurloK that time bia work waa eotirely aatia 
factory aad ke wu oapeciollj adapt lo rapoir 
lag lee wotekoo oo4 okroeoiripki. oo4 It 
■Iraa no great plaaaora te roeowMB4 kla 
a flrst-olait walckinakar. 

JOSKKH W. Rl'R.NS, 

Head watebmaker for tko Oakaap Jewelry 
Coaptay. 



WALSH. 



Watchmaker 

Esplanade Square 

Mayiville, Kentucky. 



LOST (iOI.U W.XHII .m: M,- Kinder return 
lo ui- ni..l r -ne r, «;,til 1)K llltOWM .N(., 

'I'lilrd and Suilon .tr. ei». niy''l I » 

LO!>T-tl6 IN rAi-KIt MONi:V-Klnder pleate 
retura to AMY KIMU aaa raeelve reward. 



FOR SALE 



Wii have for e>le one nl the roust complete 
aod freah alocka of merchindMO in the county, 
-lonaiHiloK nf Dry Qooda, N itioat, Uaate' Far- 
nlahiiK liuoda. 81 oaa, Kabber Boota, Orer- 
oho'a, t^jeaaawarr. etc , lo fact averytkloi; 
carried id ao op-to-data atore. Thia atock is 
oaw tkroogboot. eotklog in the atora over two 
yatra old. Boeioera la thoroughly proaperou'. 
Tela ia tot a eeee of oallieg 0Bl>kaeaata yoe 
bare raatad oot, ktt a aore ooongk live koaiieaa 
aad a 8aa mooar maker. Salae will roe ket- 
tar thao $15,000 aoaually. Owaer'a raaaoa 
for tellloR ia poor kaaltk. We ore oot aim- 
ply (ilferiDg tkia boaioaaa for tale kot ere 
galog to fell it. ir jna are iotorottcd tee ut 
at oBco for full particolara. Wo will moke 
tko price oed ttrmo to tolt yon. 

Tlios.L.Ewan&Go 

REAL ESTATE ' 

. — AND 



MAniiEWt 

DENTIST. 



aite «. riret WatlawBl Bamk I 

■ATainUia. tiT. 
bpMleed beeg I oaaa Mo .MM. 
DltUeea Phoaea rBaaldeaea Mo. Iir. 




Everybody's 
Doing It 1 

Doing what? Prepariaf for 

summer, so put your order In 
NOW for an Electric Fan before 
the ruth opeos up. 

«. At IU. k 

lltLTMri street ' mi^^m. 



Dr. Woodson He Taulbcc. 



OFHCE. • • No. S WEST TWID STKET. 



HOURS, t TO 4 P. M. 



MASTER 

Commissiofler's Sale 



MAton oiaovtT vouar. 



HOT FLASHES. 

Women in tniddle a^e often complain of liul flaeiiea. Tticy arc at that ttade 
of life — witan their delicate ortaaiam ueeda a tunic and helpiag-haad wbiehonly Dr. 
Pierce 'a Fevorile Preecriptioa eu live them. Meay womaa auffer need i e a aly from 
girlhood tw wooMiibooil and fi«m notherhood to old ale— wMi b — ke o h o, dixii- 

nesa or headache. A woman oftrn hccomcs kleepleas, nervoua, " brokeB*dowil," 
irritable and feela tired froiu iiiuruiii^ to nidtit. When paina and aellOO rmlt Iho 
womanly ayatem at frequent intervale, atk your ufi^hbor aiout 

Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. 

Urs. J. iMiior, of 321 .S. Ikiiiulon .Strc't, lEulti'iicrv, Md., eayt: "I 
wrote you aU>ut nitiL' muntha uico. t.'Uiiiij >..u of iny condition. 1 have a 
nnebebyeriil - she weighed iiirui iMjunda \vh.?n Ikjiii. ^^hu ia i.iy third child 
and th. r.lru^iKPit of ihom all. Ily tatlning was only for two houra. I 
took auveral bottloa of ' Kavorita Prcacrlptlon ' and oiio of Dr. PUrc'a 
Smart-WMd. I never had a well day beforo I tuoU your ni«licinaa. I waa 
aurpriaad bow well 1 fait— could aat— waa alwaya hunary. and never had a 
aiek elnwiaih Tka muaa who waa jvltk aaa aaU tha nwdlaiaa waa woader- 
(ol baeaoaa I ■atotawaa nieal/aflerkavbwbad aa mwek troubia baflaea. 
She Intanda to minwmwi U ta aU kar aoBMac paManta. ■van'bair la 
aatoalabad at mm baeaaae I aniy wele h a J MB poiwda kafeee aad new I 
walgb Ut. I have had laaa p al Mlae eoine to ma and aak abaut Dr. Phweif a 
nadiciiM. I am wUHnr to MeonwDand it lo all « ha avITar ond want hal^. 
U aojr want iofomatian I will ba alad to iriva It to IhMi." Mao. iMUor A CWLU 



ATTENTION, MENl 

Let cMamara make your Bprlna Intt. I 
repreaeut B. W. Priea * Co. of Cbleaco, the 
atruoeeat linn of roade-to-meaaure olothea In the 
world at popular priri-a. They tpecl.ll/e ou »iii(a 
iiiadf aa you want thxiii froni f l.'S to (J.'i. Othera 
mutt ntV Ud to till for lliH lame. 'I hla l» Ihe 
only lioute ia the I'r.llrd Sintea itroiiK enough 
nuaiiclally to ooalrol Ua own i>«tt«ri>i, ihu> aa- 
• urlna you ag alaet belag uaitormed. Aalda Ironi 
the aup1aa,Batwepatlaraa alike. Maa.tbliltoa it 
a raiMater. Remember, we dry eleaa ; othrra try. 

C. f. HIcNamara 



•>t WKSV FKONT STKBKT 




STILL 

GROWING ! 



Our bueioMt contiouea tci grow as 
tb#toontbo go by. B«ob niontb ohowa 
•a incrttoa ovii tbe leol, irbieta pravpa 
cuncluoively tliat we koow oor buai- 
neas. We have recently added to our 
rquipment a macbinc that (ioen noth- 
ing but the worlc otbcrs cHH't iId. We 
have the best rquippnl ftliop in Ken- 
tucky. No "fool tbe public" obout it. 
Gome in and OM. You CBB 999 tbe 
worit done. 

J. A. SIMPSON, 

Itoonaa % and 3 rirat NatioDnl Dank. 



I U.ST- CLASS PIM-One07 with iaitiila ' M 
IJ (i T S."oafaee. nndcr pleaae remni Ui 
i lii» uniiif . inytS Iw 

LOST rKARL IIROOCll ^Kinder jdeaai- n- 
turu tu Trnxri'i c'< iifi' 'liiiiicry. tO iw 



Found. 



AdirtrttltmtmU vndrr Ihu /traiH' g Uutrttd frtt; 
am odMrHaara aut«< fumtth (A. njiy. 



FOL'ND-t CBOSSKS AND i SHALL KRY- 
Uu chain. Owaeroao have aame by oallkag 



at '■SU Weal Third ilreel. 



luytl 




l)awk($' l4te$tpatt(iiiii 
M%\m* JIfiMiitort- 
mm «f all tkc lewnt 

JIUo, 4 run line or ster- 
ling Silver. 

Chas. Wa Traxel & Go. 
Jawtlirt. 



KAKMKKS' and 
TRADKBS' UAMK. 



LOAN AGENTS 

MAYSVILLIi, kY. 



PLBNTTOP 

Hay, 
Cora, 
Oats 
and 
Feed! 

Won't iMt kmg. Ord«r now. 



PHONE 93. 



HERE IS 



A GOOD THING 

FOR YOU 

• 

A store that every man in this town and county will ap- 
preciate, where men who want to dress well can eet the Iciod 
of goods they want. We are headquarters for Hart, Schafi* 
ner & Marx and Kderheimer & Stein Co. Clothes, Stetson 
1 lats, Crosselt and Stetson Shoes. We don't know of any 
better way to, give you an idea ol our quality standards than 
to mention tlie fact. In tliese clothes you get fine tailoring 
and the smartest styles all wool fabrics, correct fit. We have 
lots of other good things such as you will like.Shirts, Neclcwear, 
Hosiery, Gloves, Unoerwear, Trunks, Ba^s, Suit Gases. Oome 
in and see what we din do abouttliese tilings. We will make 
it profitable for you. 

I J. Wesley Lee 

Northeast Cor. Market and Second Street*. > 



kelawi Rocara* Adau. at ala « Ptatetiflt. 
*a. 

Btetrala aagm at ala., Dataadaau. 

Jmifrntnt end Order 9/ SaU, 

By vINae ol a lodraaat aad order ol lalo lo 
tbe above atyled actloa, I will, aa Maater Coin 
atlaatoDcr un 

mONOAY, JUNE 3(1, 1912, 

•I I a'olook p. m.. [trooaed, on Ihe premlaea, on I 
the Botith aid* uf Kaat Third alreol, h«twa«u ' 
Coinaienw and Po)jlar airvft. lu tha irifth Ward 
ol Ibo tnty of Mu«.fiil«. K.utucky.tu th« 
lolluwlDW daaerllwd rritl tUmlx at inibllo uulcry. 
mmi lu uin hltfh*!*^ aud b«.i I'lOder, in .irdrr tu 
aattia the aetata of Nalaou Kofrm. (Irc.'aicil. 
•ad to make a dlvlaloa ol ihn prucerd. of .md 
aala aaMeg the partlee eatltled tLmao. 

Held real ealaie la tbe cattala lot ol groauil 
aiUtawKl la tha rilih Ward al tka Ulijr of Maya- 
vlila, Keaiooky, luntbar with two fraaia dwell 
leg liouaea Ibaraou, kuowD on the plelol Lime- 
atoaa. or Kaai aiayavllla. aa Lot Mo. IK), Iront- 
lac 40 (aat ou ib» South aide of Real Third alraet 
eed ruttiilne tiaxk aaroa width. IA feat to an 
alley aud tirloK tha lania proparty eouvayed lo 
pUabelh Adaini fur lira; with rnnalDdar In- 
L M her children, l y Hrury LHirach el al , hy 



WHY PAY MORE? 



Our Factory 
Clearing Sale 



I deled Uaeriiiliar in. Una. aud rruordrd ta 
OMd Book tH. paya 3«l, Haavn Cuuuiy Uourt 



Clark'a oMot. 

rCRM OK BALK-Bakd aala wHI be made upoa 
aeradiuit oaa hair of tbOMirahaee prloa In 
ail (6; ia«>«tha aud tb« rafflatataa " "' 

lalwalva uioatha. Tha patiiB 

iialred <o exw^uie b<>Bd lor the parebaaa arlee, 



•■ball (Ml 
•lltaie. 
> arlee. 

liii aperoted paraoaal afoarlty . payaMa to aM 
Maat'r Uuinoalaaloaar, aad tiaarleg aU (B) par 
«Mt Inureat. iberaoB troni day aale, A Iwa 
Mil alao iM ratalaad apue >li< prup.rty aold to 
aaaura the paytarat el 



mil alao iM ratalaad apue >l« prup.rty aob 
I Ike parebaaa prtae. 

A.O.tt'LSIii. 



■ Muter Qoaailae t ia n . 
J. M. OdI hM, AUcraay. 



Offers the richest assortment of exclusive footwear at great price reductiona, footwear that is in the greatest demand, consisting of the very 
newest designs in Oxfords, Pumps and Colonials, in all the new leathers and fabrics, at prices tbat would not pay manufacturers' cost. DO 
YOU APPRECIATE QOOD FOOTWEAR? Then attend this sale and see wby we outdistance all others. 

^etef e-fetef •fvtvt'tef et fefetetef etefet*t^*t«t*te>*f«f*ief e-f •>etet«t«t*t*t«t«t*t*>*t*^«t*t*t*-f«-f*4^e4^etetef et*4e^«f ef e4^rt4et«f ef etefetef •t*t«t*^*t*t«f •♦•fe-f* 



White Cenveae 


$1.69 


fatent Lieatber Fanpe, 


$1.69 


WliltA New 


$2 99 


WblM * '«»lont»l 


ggH.69 


P*tMt Laalber 


...11.68 


Willi* New 


I2a49 


New Riicic 


$1.69 


Ciuii Metal i'aiiipa, 


$1.69 


Wtilte Nftw 

CanvBa Moola 


$2.49 


8 Uutton T«n 


|1a99 


Uuii MeutI Ooloaiai 


$1a69 


White New 


$1.99 



1 lut Fatent l.«athcr (>(• 
IWrda emt Hunipa 



$1.99 



i lot PatMt LiMUlicr Ox- 



.|2e49 



I lot Patrnt lifalliRr Ox* 
ftirOa anti I'uiiipa 



.I1e49 



1 l«t t'alritl l.rallirr !>>• 
foHlaautl Pumpa. 



$1.24 



One lot Patent Leather Oxfords 
and Pumps« Tan and Black .. ... . . . , 



99c 



Ooo't Fofgai ' 

W. H. MEANS' DRY FEET. 

W. H. MEAN^^ 

MANAGKR. p 



DAN COHEN'S SHOE STORE. 



\