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KNIGHTS OF COLUM- 
NS' PICKIC IWILL 
BE A BIG AFFAIR 

Hotklnt b Left Undone to Maki> lllg 
K. C. Pleulc on Tkunday One of 
tkt BlfveHt AffAin in Kajri. 
Tine's Hlttoiy. 

Every committee named to makt 
preparations (or the Klnghts of Oo- 
lambiu picnic wlilch will be held at 
BMohwood Park Thursday haa report- 
ed that their duties have been per- 
formM otrafully and It U now tn- 
nditmd that nothing remalni to ho 
don* to mike the pionlo a picnic in 
OTorr pOMtbl* senie of the word. Ar- 
ntniamenta have been nude for all 
•tee And every man, woman «nd ehlld 
In attendance in guaranteed the tima 
of their lives. 

• The program as arrauBed and an- 
nounced Includes novelty contests of 
various kinds to furnish mirth and 
merriment. There will be plenty of 
music, games of all sorti and a bl(( 
dance In the evening. 

While thoae attending will be most- 
ly IfayavUle and Muon county people, 
tt to .gndentood that there will he a 
liuqpe rnuiber .of oat><tf-town people 
wlw know lomethinc abdnt the tnter- 
taiamwki giren Iqr the Uayivllle 
CounoU and who wUI oomo many 
miles to have part in Uie good time 
assured. 

• Aslds from the announced program 
there will be surprises which in them- 
selves will be Rreat foatures and 
which will be weU worth the small 
prloa of admisBloiT charged td defray 
•apenies. 

Any lurplua funds on hands after 
all wpenaee of the picnic are paid 
Will be placed In the building fuiM to 
help In the purohaee of a new home 
tor the Knighta of Columbni. 

LSniOH TO BL^T ON 

FOVBTH OF JtLT. 

Loalie' H. Arthur Poet American 
Legion. will hold the regular annual 
election of olllcers at the Legion home 
In Button street at 1 o'clock Mondoy 
afternoon, July 4th. .^11 members are 
expected to attend. 27June3t 
HBNRT B. POaUB, Adjutant. 

CBHiD BURIED TODAT, . 




DR. KEYNOLDS WINS RAGE 
FOR SENATORWITHeeT Pt8HT 

Former Maian County Health OAlcer 
Has No Opposition for State fiiena- 
tor Proffl Neighboring Dlitrtck 

Dr. B. F. Reynolds, of Oarl|«l«, nn- 
til reoenUr UHon OouifUr Sj(tttli Ot- 
flow, will be tha ntzt 0«M|pr from 
the neigUorlng ^iatrlet coup<iMd of 
Nloholai, Rarriaon. Rotartam "and 
Braoken oountlee. 

Mpnday was the iaat day for filing 
of petitions for eandtdatea who will 
make the race In more than cno coun- 
ty In the primary election to be held 
In August and no candldat? filed 
either In the Republican or Demo- 
cratic party leaving the whole field 
open to Dr. Reynolds without opposi- 
tion either In the primary or the gen- 
eral election. 

Dr. Reynolds will make the district 
a splendid Senator. His records In the 
House of RepresantatlTea is one of 
which he oan be proud. He is a olevAr 
gentleman and whila a-reatdtnt of Ma- 
son county made many friends here 
who will congratulate him upon his 
easily won raesi 

WnX RITCBN AUBOED 

meHtr.wxAK. 

Chief of Pbllce Harry A. Ort went to 

Huntington, W. Va., Tuesday morning 
upon receipt of Information from the 
Huntington police department that 
one of the young men wanted here on 
a charge of grand larceny war- under 
arrest there. Thla young man is al- 
leged to have Jerked $190 from the 
hand of a Mrs. Williams, truiM Hunt- 
ington while standing at East Second 
Poplar streets circus da/. It the 
prisoner waives extradition, he wld 
probabty be returned to Maysvilln this 
afternoon or tomorrow. 

FDBUO 8AIB. 

I will offer at pnblio auction at my 
home at M Bast Front street on Frt- 
d(iy, July 1st, at 1 o'otook.p. m., aU 
my household and kitohsn Atfnitnre 
of aU kinds. O. R. BLLISON. 
Oeo: Wood, Anctlonaer. 

L ETOe O 

And see the Meden Landry k Dry 
CMntar Coapaay in iq^iten at tbe 
Opera Tuttoy alfht. 



SIX MASON CBWS 
ON STATE HONOR 
ROLL FOR MAY 



Eugene, youns son Of Mr. and Mrs. I Ask yoir gioear fir Webstei's 
George Fishier, who died Monday Onuigo P«keo Tea. It BMk« dollelOBs 
mominp, will lie be burled In St. Pat- leed Tea. M-peud sedei packets IS 
rick's cemetery at Washington Tues- ' cents. 8e* MM Webster ei packet 
* day aitemoon at 2 o'clock. ^ Hewr leM hi bilk. 



Truss Wearers 

We will fit on yon a Truu at the More- War piioei this 
week only. ' " V 

This offer is good OBIj wliilo my itpck hutg. 

M. F. Williams Drug Company s 

THPD BTB UT DBUO ffOBl. 



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Wlio Bear^ the Heaviest 
Byrdeii of Summer? 

"^jhn flovnwinB," n tri WAmioini 
TmnoTi 

xjTV uoamr rib mum. 




A POWER WASHINa MACHINE 
WILL HELP! OOME AND WE'LL GIVl TOV 




MIKE BROWN 

The Bquare DmI Xan ^ 

of Square Dei^ Squar0.^ ' 



Masei Ceuty ealns Bwntattw On 
Pars BnA Oafufl By Hemr 
Befl laymeilallM. 

Forty-eight. Kentucky dairy cowa 
o^ned by twenty-throo daliymon In 
ten counties won a place for them- 
sems on tbe May honor roll by pro- 
ducing more than three pounds of 
butterfat daring the two days they 
were tested nnder the supervlaion of 
the Dairy Department of the College 
of agriculture according to announce- 
ment made by professor J. J, Hooper, 
head of the department. A total of 169 
cows from 3S (llffcri'iii licrila wore 
tested. Of thl.s number were Jer- 
seys, one a Ouernsey and 17 Holstelns. 
Majesty's Golden Elsie, a Jersey own- 
ed by J. C. Askew. Trenton, Todd 
county, led the list with a record of 
seventy-three pounds of milk and 4.5 
pounds of butterfat produced In two 
days. Queen Colantha Aaggie Wayne, 
a Holstein, owned by the Qray-von 
Alhnan Fhrm, LeOrange, Oldham 
oonnty, was second with 184.8 pounds 
of milk. and 4.4 pounds of butterfat, 
while Harmony of Allen Dale 3rd, a 
Jersey, owned by the Allen Dale Farm, 
Shelbyvllle, Shelby county, was tliird 
with 89.G pounds of milk and 4..1 
pounds of butterfat. Christian county 
bad the largest number of cows on the 
May list, fourteen being entered. Shel- 
by county had seven cows entered; 
Mason county six; Bracken. Jefferson 
and Todd, four each; Oldham three; 
and Campbell, Fayette and Boone, two 
each. Owners and the nomher of cows 
they had on the list were: T. A. King. 
HopkinsTlIle, three Jerseys; Somlnco 
F^rms. HopklnsTllIe, two Jerseys; 
Murrlce Harrison, Hopklnsvllle, one 
Jersey; J. C. Gard .ind Son, Hopklns- 
vllle, three Jerseys; R. K. Catlett. 
Pembroke, three Jerseys; H. H. Kill 
Cher, Pembroke, one Jersey; Alli'ii 
Dale Farms, Shelbyvllle, four Jerseys; 
R. J. Shlpman, Shelbyvllle. three Jer- 
seys; Perraut Brothers, Dover, three 
Jerseys; W. J. Newell, Jr., Maysvlllc, 
two Jerseys'; Adina Farms, Dover, one 
Holstein; George Weimer, AugusU, 
one Jersey; Ray Fiaghan, Brooks- 
vlUe, three Jerseys; Hursthonme 
Farm. St. Mathews, fotir Jerseys; J. C. 
\8kcw. Trenton, three Jerseys; J. B. 
Garth, Trenton, one .Tcrsey; Gray-Von 
\Hmen Farm. LeOrange. two Hol- 
stelns; W. W. Hampton and Son. Cos- 
hen, one Jersey; Alfred Elsen, Cali- 
fornia, one Holstein; G.'orge Wanner. 
Newport, one Holstein; 0. C. Hafer, 
Hebron,<two Jerseys, and the Ken- 
tucky Agricultural Experiment Station 
Lexington, one Jersey and one Hol- 
stein. 

NEW BOILlHirO 

ASSOCUnOH RTOCI. 

The People's Bnilding AssociaUon 
will open Its 64th seriM of Shares of 

stock on July 1st, 19M. No InitlaUon 
fee, and no monthly dues for expenses 
to be paid. You simply pay 25 cents 

per share each week and draw a divl- 
dent on June 30th of each year. 

To secure stock In this new series, 
^ee 0 C. Pobyns, President; John M. 
Hunt, Vice President; A. 0. Sulser, 
Secretary; W. A. Munzlng, Treasurer; 
or any member of the Board of Di- 
rectors of the Association. 27 J un6t 

ODD fBUOWV BNCAaPXKST 

■Lien omccKs. 

At the regntar metinR of pi.^u-ib 
■ncaapBaBt No. • I.'0. O. F. held 
MMiday evealnt ofleers were eiectad 
for the cMtriag els Maths term as 
MIows. 

Chief Patriarch— James Fwrell. 
Senior Warden— Raymond Dora. 

High Priest— Otto Starrett, 
Junior Warden— S. J. Morgan, 
gcrlbe— John W. Thompsor 
Treasurer — James Chllds 

KinDIE8 PICNIC TODAT. 

The Primary department of the Bap- 
tist Sunday school will sive Its an- 
nual picnic at Beechwood Park Tues- 
day afternoon and evenlnc Tlie teac h- 
MS Of this department have arrai ;!ed 
program which will »;eep 
busy In havInK a good 



NOW DHUNKEN AUTO DRIVERS 
ARE HANDLED ELSEWHERE 

JudKo of .HunJclpal Court hi Clnclu- 
niitl In Attempt to Breakup Brunk- 
en Sprees In AutomobllrN. 

The way those convicted of drlvlnt; 
automobiles while under the inrlucnce 
of liquor are handled in Cincinnati Is 
shown in the following from Tuesday's 
rommejwial-Tribnne: 

On a charge of operating an auto- 
mobile when Intoxicated, Charles Hes- 
selbrock. 29 years old. 1320 nepuhllc 
street, was sentenced to serve six 
months In jail and fined $loo and 
costs yesti'iyday liy Jnd-c \V. Mere- 
dith Vciilninn ill .Miinclpal Court. His 
riRlu to drive an atitonioblle was sus- 
pended for six months. 

According to the police. Ilessel- 
brock's car ran upon the sidewalk and 
against a building at Klder :«nd Vine 
streets on Sunday. "You are fortunate 
that your machine did not kill some- 
body," Judge Yeatman said. 

Lfionard Henry, 606 Tnfel street, 
was fined $100 and costs and his right 
to drive suspended for three monflis 
and Albert Jennlg, 1729 Cleveland ave- 
nue, Norwood, was fined $50 and ^rxU 
and his lirense siisiiriided for I we 
months on similar cliar'-^cs 



CELEBRATION OF 
FOURTH-OF JULY 
TO. ECLIPSE PAST 



Aotlilng tike tbe Dig CelebraUon Tr 
Be Given This Tear at Beehwo tj 
.Has Ever Been .tttempied In 
Maysvlllc In tlic I'unI. 



MuamruL pau micb. 

Bio Assembly Ciiib's summer dan.'» 
■t Bsaehwood Park Monday even n • 
wee CM Of the moat delightful affair^ 
•t the asMon aai was well attepi^ci 
weather was sevrre 
kffwtUsM. Wrl«bi> 
tte beat cT flwaic 



IBS. tmOLM WINS RRK K 

ASSOCIATIO.V'M PMIZI: 

10a. a F. Reynolds, of csriifie 
ef this elty, has *on Uie 

by the A m s r l ean FVce 

Mek Aaaeslatlnii «»r the heat eesay 
m -The Brtek BoMa." Mrs. feafaoMs 
«g|,f«ettve as a ftlae eaa«t 
lH*l»^ll«i»fl»*IMBhMM. 



PICTURES UF KII)l>li:!S 

TO BE SHOWN TONIGHT. 



The moving pictures ci .Maysville 
kiddles taken several weeks ugo li> 
.Mayor Russell and Dr. J. A. Dodsoii 
will be shown for tbe first time Tues- 
day evening at the Washington Open 
House. The picture Includes some 
three thousand children. The school 
kids In their physical exere^^os at the 
public -schools -are also shown. Pic- 
tures of children at all local schools 
were shown. 



BUILDING CAMPAIGN 

WntL BE CONTINI KT). 

The raniiialgn Of the lociil Clirislinn 
eluireh for $2!).000 with wliidi lo ereel 
Siuidav siliool ailditiiin lo their 
luu'cli tiiiildiui;. will bo eontlnuod 
ihnniBbout ilio week or until a su'Ti- 
cieiit uuni bai been riiHiMi to in.Tiir' 
the erecllnn. Thus far llie eninpiiifn 
has been signally successful and it 
appears there will bo no great trouble 
In completing the fund. 



PRISONER'S FAMILY 

GETS REWARD MONKY. 

Thomas E. Kinney has been award- 
ed the $500 reward offered' by Gover- 
nor Edwin P. Morrow for the arrest 
of .John R. Fallis, Fnuikforl niprrluint 
who shot and wounded six in tin' ■ .iin- 
t;ii (dty. Kiiiiicy li:is lunicil lli.> S"." ' 
reward over to the wife and chililri i! 
Of Fsllls. 



.Votliint; like the Fourth of July 
puleliratlon planned for this year at 
Ueecdiwood I'ark liy the Maysvlile 
Hoys' Hands has ever before been at- 
tempted ill Maysvlile. The celebration 
is on a larger scale than MaysviUe has 
ever dared attempt and would do Jus- 
tice to cities many times as large but 
tbe boys want to do their best and 
have spared no expense to make tbe 
iliing Hie bigKesI yel. 

(loniniiitics liiive Ixen named for tbe 
iiaiidiiii^' of tiie vai'iiiiis phases Of the 
celebration as ivdiows: 

Prof. W. J. CuplinKer and .Mr. .N. S. 
Cnlboun will have cbarge of Tongue- 
Ralls, Flying Birds, Cat in Sack Wood 
Crickets, Tissue End Horns, Orepe 
Hats, the Red, White and Blue Canes', 
those Jazz Horns, the Callope Whistle 
and the Loop Whips. So you :uii bring 
alon^' your pocket book and ainuae the 
( liildren. Mr. A. L. Glascock wiji have 
(di;u ne of tile lee cream to help ci ol 
off and satisfy the appetite. Mr 
l''raiiU Hendrickson will have eharpe 
(if the drinks, such as Mint CoU and 
Orangendc, etc. Our frlenl Barney 
will try to show the children the new 
balloons. Our Manager J. B. Uusscli 
will see that both the Bands are there 
—to do something that has never hap- 
pened In Afaysvllle before, that Is to 
mass both Bands and let 80 children 
swell the music through the air 

At 9 o'clock the expert from Cincin 
niiti. (It' tlie A. L. Due Fireworks Co., 
■vili lire llie granil display of flrc- 
nork-. Voii won't have to !?o to N'ew 
Voi-k 10 see Niatiara Falls, but come 
:« l!i'e(di\voi)d l':iik, July 4;!i and you 
will sec il ill ail its glory. 

.\t in o'llock Mr. A. L. Xlerz haa 
(hurge nf the pavillion where the 
pretty dance will occur. Bring along 
your heat girl. She wants to be there. 

All the Band Boys will greet yoi: 
upon yonr arrival they will have some 
thing to sell. Help them make thla 
iliiy a Clorliiiis Fouitli. 

Cliarges will lie: Adults 50 eeTits, 
ticket good for afternoon !ind niglit: 
(diildrrn, 2."> cents, ticket good for ;if- 
lernooM .-ind night. The gates to llio 
park wiii lie 'opened nt 1 o'clock in til'' 

nftemooii 



Mayfleid, Ky., June i!S — F\)rty-olght 
hours' Investigation Into the slaying 
and cremation of eleven persons In a 
farmhouse near Mayfleid has fallad to 
reveal any tangible dew, anthorlUes 
said laat night 

With tbe theory that the murder of 
the two funiliss was confmlitcd by 
Ernest ^Ijiwrence, who perished to- 
gether with his family and that of 
Otis Drew, as the only one accepted 
as at all plausible, the tragedy may 
remain an unsolved mystery. 

Kven this highly conjectural theory 
was shaken, yesterday when Dr. Har- 
grove, physioian (or the Uwrence 
famUy, declared that if Uwrence had 
ever suffered from pains la bis head, 
he had not made this known to his 
doctor, 

"I had treated him since boyhood," 
said the physician. If be ever had any 
spells I never iieanl of them. I don't 
believe be conimitted llie crime." 

Sheriff F M. .McCain, however, 
clings to the theory that Lawrence be- 
came suddenly Insane. Eight years 
ago Lawrence was struck on the back 
of the head the Sheriff uld, and he 
was advised yMterday by a reUtlve 
that he had been subject to spells 
since. 



L,(D IS STABBED BT ANOTHER. 

Henry Telle, 12 year-old son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John Tolls ,of Front street, 
was stabbed In the left side with a 
pocket knife Monday evening byRob- 
ert Btriblin, young son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Lee Stribtiu. The Injured boy's wound 
la not thought to bo serious although 
it has caused him much pain. The 
trouble will be aired in Juvenile 
court. 



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REPORT (M' su i: w 

I'ICMC TK KKi'S ASM 11, 



.Viii.Ticaii peanut crop nieas- 

' li'i 1 '1 : :ind Is \ I'liied 



.VR. ORANNIS WDTS HANDS DOW\. 

Commonwealth's Attorney B. S. 
Orannis wins a re-election without op- 
position from either party. Monday 
was the last day for filing petitions in 
district races and no one filed tor the 
office of Commonwealth's Attorney In 
this district either In the Rapuhllcan 
or Democratle party exeept Mr. Oran- 
nis. 



DOUBLE HEADER ON 

FOUBTH OF JCLT. 

The Maysvlllo baseball club will 
play a double header with a strong 
Newport team on the Fourth of July 
at League Park. The same club will 
play here on Sunday, July :!rd. 



County Agent Makes Seaewtat Sow 

prising r nfifmigt 

Is Made. 

In connection with the somewhat 
surprising discovery made by County 
Agent Kirk that many Mason oonnty 

farmers were selling cream and buy- 
ing "oiuo,' 'the following statement 
made by Dr. E. V. McCullom, of Johns 
Hopkins University, Is of peculiar In- 
terest. Dr. McCullom was speakbiff 
before the Agrloulturat Committee «f 
the Assembly of the state of New Jer^ 
sey, and while explaining the relative 
values of bnttorfht and vegetable fat, 
declared with respect to the prepara- 
tion of milk containing the substituted 
vegetable fat: "I regard the sale of 
such products as nothing less than 
trafficking in infant life, for It has 
lieen shown liy a number of Investiga- 
llons that siieh products, whether In- 
tended liy tlio m.'lnufacturera or not. 
are sold for the feeding of Infants In 
some cases." In Ohio and Maryland 
the sale of "filled" milk is prohibit-' 
ed, and similar laws have been pro- 
posed In Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, 
New York, Washington, and New Jer- 
•ey. 

The sum and substance la that the 
vegetable oils, oocoanut .soy bean and 

cottonseed .are being pushed by man- 
ufacturers as substitutes for butter- 
fat in milk, ice cream and so-called 

butter. 

The horrildo diseases of India, China 
and tho Malay Archipelago, such as 
berl-berl, etc.. are directly due to the 
lack of vltamines carried only in milk 
and butterfat. Growth cannot he nor- 
mal without these essential principles 
of nutrition. 

Farmers would do well to consider 
that they are responsible for a large 
amount of the competition whlc' 
forces down the price of butterfa 
when they buy "oleo." They ahoul 
consider that tlicy are denying thel 
ohildren tbe right to thrive as they 
should wlien the\ substitute a machine 
maile food fur mie wiiieh nature In- 
tended every elilld should have 

CINCINNATI MARKETS. 

Tuesday, June 28. 

Cattle- :!ii:'. slow and steady; BullB, 
steady; Ciilves. (losing weak.. 

Hogs— :![)I7, closing strong; Heavy, 
?g.r>0®».00; Medium and Mixed, |9.10; 
Pigs and Ltghta, $>.SS: Roughs, 17^1: 
Stags, $6,26. 

Sheep— 2789, st.Md;. 



Mr. Chnries Si:ittery, Trensni'er 
tho Knlglils of f'liinilin-; pir"'c. ;:si:s 
that all persons who li;\ve Iii"mi .-ti^iii- 
tickets for the event id";i<e ir ilic :i re- 
port to him on or before Weiincsdny 
evening so thai mniters mm lie In 
shape for the bi^' rveiit 



NOTICE ODD CELIiOWS. 
Regular weekly meeting of Dekaib 
Lodge NC. IS, I. O. 0. F„ wlU be lu id 
at the hall in Second street Tuesiinv 
eventag the 7:30 o'clock end a full 
attendance of the membership is de- 
slrsd. 



An epidemic of typhoid fever at 
Lexington has caused the Health ofll- 

( er to warn all citizens to boil such 
water as they use for drinking purr 



2e»««««««««(f •••••••••••••••••••••••• 

THE HOME OF qUALITY»CLDTHEB % 



The Young Ladie ,' Auxiliary of tlie 
First Baptist chnn li will hold Its an- 
nual picnic at liiccliwood Park Wed- 
nesday afternoim iml i veiilng. 



For Travel 

NO DOUBT YOU ARE PLANNINO A TRIP SOMEWHERE IN THE NEAR lUTUBE. # 
IF SO, DO NOT FAIL TO LAY PLANS FOR YOUR WARDROBE NOW. J 

OUR COMPLETE STOCK WILL ADEQUATELY SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF ANY X 
TOTJBIBT OB OOUmBOIAL TBAVIUB. 0 

OUR PALM BIAOB AMD TBOPIOAL WOBtllD lUITS OOHTAIN AN UNUIUAL % 
AMOUNT or SNAP AHD BTTLIINMODUJWBiaKWZLL APPIAL TO ALL MUT. # 

D. Hechinger & Co.| 

Incorporated 



Everything for Everybody Who Is \ 
Going Anywhere On a Vacations 

If yonr vacation is going to be the right kind of one, jou are bnsily assemblinf yotnr wardroba ud vaeation aoceuories. ^ 
Bring your list to the Store and let us help you. Moreover a stroll through the store wiU donbttMg IflffNt WU^ MNBtiall whkh ^ 

with numerous things you have to think about might unfortnnately be forgotten, A 



OF COURSE YOU WILL NEED A BATHINQ SUIT. 
^ You will find a lot 'of becoming Bathing Suits Here. 
In onr collection of Bathing Suits we feature the one-plaot 
it^illMol JenqriaftflMMiif «(tdoriBff. ThqraittiM 
onl]rkiiii|iik,tfyMwMito«rtiik Alsl«(Mqbdli 

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YOU OANNOT LBAVl OUT A MIDOY gUH OS TWO. 
A v m h w for ymi mmm tei ataw for yov dothes. 

ttcellently Uilored Middy BuiU ware made to wlth- 
[fooglikiiookaboat wMf. ToBouih»T»7ow|iakto»at 

You have to use hairnets. Buy jmx needs for the anm- 
mer. Heinda Nets, all colors, cap or fringe, |1.M par doMO. A 
fresh supply hu Jtiit arrivad. 




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If ABTLINO nOUSIl. 

' According to the warden of the Kentucky peuitcntiary, r.oo.ooo 
is a low estimate ..f thr t.,iml.tT of l.oye and girla who stort each year 
on a career of crime in the United Statea. Such a condition is appall- 
isr, and the thought of a vast army of youriK people hcciinnik.' cnin- 
inahi is enough to diatrtM the mind of every thinliing man uiul 
woman in the land. 

And the law, or force, or threats cannot cure; this coiidition. 
Education and parental eare alone can reduce the number. The way- 
ward boy or girl must be led in the right paths, and not driv. ii. 
Around them must be wrapped the arms of futli. rly .-.nd Mmth. Hy 
aflfection. They demand a display of love, and their teaching must 
be 80 plain that they cannot mistake its meaning. More moral exam- 
plea Wt before them and fewer threats of wliat may happen to them 
ia the best remedy, according to the Kentucky warden- "The law is 
not going to make people virtuous." he says, "and it is not going to 
keep haya and girls from straying into darkened paths." 

These reflections should commend themselves to ail Maysville 
fathers and mothers, and to the teachers in all of our schools. The 
papers of this country are forced to carry too niany stories of eriines 
committeed by mere boys. We must protect our own community l.y 
safeguarding our boys and girls from the same pitfalU into whieli 
they are falling in otlu r citii's miuI towns. And there is a better way 
than threat of the law to convince them that the road traveled by the 
transgresior is a pretty throny one. 

TO THE "OLD-TIMERS." 

Gather round, you Maysvilh' 'Old-timers," you fellows who 
pride yonrtelf on your memory, and answer a tpiestion or two. TTow 
long since you went into a store and called for a bottle of "Godfrey 's 
Cordial," or "Dr. RadelifTe's Toothache Tincture," or "Genuine 
Haarlem Oil," or "LeVine s Bye Water," or "Bloom of Circassia." 
Quite a few years, we dare say. And yet there are many in tliis 
neighborhood to whom those names are familiar, and who recall lliat 
back several years ago, in the days of their youth, those remedies 
were household words. 

Rut you eau't find them now. At least you don't hear people 
calling fur them, and we doulit if there is a store in this section that 
could dig up more than one of the several named if there should lie a 
call for it. Not that they are no longer considered good remedies— 
they are doubtless jtist as good as they ever were. But there is no 
demand for them, and there hasn't been for a pood many years. 

And the explanation is right here in a few words— youn don't 
hear them called for because yon don't see them advertised. As long 
as they were advertised they were in dmand, and they sold by the 
thousands of bottles. Today i'e wpeople know anything about tliem, 
and when they want a medicine that will answer the same purpose 
as the old ones they go to the stofe and buy something they see ad- 
vertised. All of which proves conclusively that the very things the 
public sees advertised are the very things the public buys. You can't 
yet away from this argument. And you can't find any better proof 
of the fact that advertisini; pays than to try to purchase something 
that isn't advertised. 

OOLTTMBIA'S OEM. 

Frank Tannenbaum, a former I. W. W. leader, has graduated 
from Columbia tfniversity with honors. He declares he is now neither 

an anarchist, a sorialist, nor an T. AV. W. Which speaks well for 
Columbia. In too many of our institutions of learning there is a ten- 
dency to make radicals out of perfectly sincere and patriotic young 
l»eople who enter their courses. In Tolnmbia the proeess appears to 
have been reversed. Tli man went in a nidieiil, and emerged with his 
mind cleansed of its errors. 



A Maysville woman has brought suit for divorce and for custody 
Ox her infant son whose given name is Warren Harding. This is the 
first time Warren Harding has gone on records in the local courts. 
So far as we have learned this is the first youngster in these parts 
to be named for the new President. Wonder how many men in Ma- 
son county are named for presidents. 



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Yeur Nese 



Will Verify 

THE BTOIiy YOUS EYES TELL YOU 
ABOUT MILTOIIU BMAD. 

MiLTOiiu niAo n "PUBUo or- 

iPlOIEO" — DOZSHS or PATBONS 

ABE WATCHINO ALL THE TIME. 1 
IP YOU'RE "PUSSY" - MILTONIA ' 
BREAD WAS INVENTED FOR*YOU! 
TBULTI 




iDMarttoHfwl 
«• S» H«U at Des 
Maes. 



Oss MMaes, la. — Demoeraejr in sd- 
uoatlon li to be one of the eblef topics 
of ditoutilon at the national convra- 

tlon of llio .NitlloiiHl i:iliia( lldruil An- 
Hoclatlori tu lie hcihl In Iii h MoIih h riuxl 
.luly 4, G, 8, 7 und S. 

Among noted upvukerB iii (hit con- 
vention will be Herbert Hoover, Unit- 
ed Btalei Secretary or commerce; 
Judge Ben Lindsey, of the Juvenile 
court of Denver, Cel.; Df. A. H, Hhlne- 
hart, of MIIU College; CbsrlM H, Ba- 
ker, flcM worker of the Intenatknal 
Rotarjr; Itanle Fdm Andrkws, au- 
thoress, of Boston, Mass.; WlUIsm C. 
Bruce, editor of tbc school board Jour- 
nal of MllwBukee, John A. H. Keitb, 
preildent of the Indiana State Normal 
flchool. Terrc Haute, Ind; Or Tlionins 
I). Wooil mul CcorRc I) Strayer. of Co- 
lumbia iinlvi rHliy, .lelin F, Slnie, 
president nl the Sleveiiw I'oliit, Win., 
college. OtliiT rmleil (-iic^akeiK will In: 
on Iho program, hut have not dellnlte. 



KENTUCKY GIRL ( 
WRIT ES LE TTEK 

Hmt She Was Restored to Health 
hj Lydia E. Pinlduun's 
VegeUble 




Sunnsrside, Ky. — ' 'I suffered for more 
than two year.'i with my back and ner- 
vousness, and was 
not able to help ray 
mother do the house- 
work. I took treat- 
ment from two doe- 
tors and thojr did not 
do me any nod. 
Mother saw Lydia E. 
HInkham's Veeeta- 
blc Compcondadver- 
tised in the paper 
and I took about ten 
bottles. It has done 

me a great deal of 

good. I weigh 138 pound' and am in 
ffood health. I will gladl. recommend 
Vegetable Compound to anyone who 
suffers with the troubles which I had, 
and you are welcome to publish m? tes- 
timonial. "—Velubr HlNDBIOI^luote 
1, Sunnyside, Ky. 

To many American girls life is often 
• heavy drag in consequence of ilhiess, 
and every mother should heed the first 
manifestations, such as cramps, back- 
aches, headaches and nervousness as 
Mrs. Hendrick did for her daughter, 
and give Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable 
Compound a fair trial. For over forty 
years this old-fashioned root and bero 
medicine has been relieving women of 
just such troubles. 

Write Lydia K. Pinkham Medicine Co., 
tonn, Mass., about yonr health. 



mci 

Cigarette 

To In the 
dtHoloug Burtoir 
iobaooo flavor. 

H*s Toasted 



ly accepted tbe invitations to attend, 
according the Charles B, Pyc ,local 
secretary. 

This year's convention will be the 
rlrHt to bo held under the delegate plan 
Tilt re arc to be about 1,600 delegates 
present. Educators will watch with 
Interest tbe outcome of tbe first gath- 
ering since tbe reorganisation of tbe 
aHBociatlon, as tbe method of electing 
one delegate for each 100 members is 
expected to have great influence on 
the deliberations of tbe oonvention. 



I.O\K TRKK MAY IIHI.XJ 

.MILLIONS TO OHNKKS. 

Tampa, Kin. — An everbearing 
orangB tree which citrus fruit growers 
believe Is destined to revolutionize the 
orange industry of tbe state If not of 
the entire country, bos been discover- 
ed by horticulturists in a small grove 
nt Avon park, near here, and to pro- 
tot t the specimen its purobasen have 
placed around it a heavy wire fence 
twenty feet in height an dstationed 
guards day and night. • 

The tree has been In bearlnR contin- 
uously elRht years but. until recently, 
its existence was unknown only to the 
owner and several iielKhbors who. ac- 
cording to citrus exiierls, did not rea- 
lize its value but regarded It merely 
as a freak of nature. Several of South 
Florida's largest citrus growers have 
organbed a syndicate, purchased the 
tree, leased tbe ground upon which it 
stands and already are talcittg steps to 
develop lU possibilities by propagat- 
lUg, with tbe expectatiofa of having 



in,OM tms readr «» mMmp Mt to 
groves trlMl 

The enribeariaf tree ts aMik fit- 
teen years old but its origin Is a mys- 
tery. Tlifl tree may be worth mlltloni 
to the men who hud Iho foresight to 
grasp Its posulbllltli'H. 

Apparently authentic records show 
that for elgbt years the tree ban 
bloomed and borne fruit continuously 
and that at no time during that period 
has it tsilad to have blossoms and 
fruit at aU stages of maturity. In out- 
ward appearaue tbe fnlt la a Val- 
eaeia eieept that it is slightly more 
oblong than that varletj. The meat In 
texture and fisvor is tbit Of a perfect 
Valencia, the variety that brings the 
top [irlco In the markets. 

The ever-bearing Florida lemon has 
been common for many years but cit- 
rus experts hero declare they never 
before have known of an ever-bearing 
orange. 

Bnv In MaysTllle. It pays. ■ 



• CDevine 

OFTOMITBin 

Practloe llmlto dto dIscBostloatIng 
and correcting defects of eyesight by 
the fining of proper ghtsses. 

MATgrnxi, mTDon, 

OVaefe BaiMtiv;, D» glalfs. 




Ruggles Campmeeting will be held 
from July 28th to August 7th. 

Dr. George Hugh Blrney will be the 
evangelist. Dr. Fort special Sunday 
school methods man. T. B. Ashley 
choir leader. Twenty-five or more 
Kentucky preachers will be heard 
during the meeting. 

Hotel, confectionery, barber and 
baggage room, auto park and stable 
privileges will be let on tbe Fourth. 

Hotel will be refurnished, making it 
a very desirable privilege. Auto park 
will be made better and safer. Bead 
all bids on privileges or applications 
for rooms to, JOHN R. BRODT, R. D. 
6, MaysnUe, Ky. TJbB14Jnn-tt 



0 This hot weather sure gets your goat; and the way you 

0 can get oool ia dimb into one of oar 

1 Bathing 
: Suits 

And go to the beach and have a beach party. 

We have a fresh supply of Paper Plates, Napkins, Spoons 
and Tablo Olottas. 

Don't forget to take your Kodak along. If yon are minus 
one, now is the time to buy a new one— 20% off now. Then in 
the late afternoon, a few sets of tennis with Spanlding Backets 
and Balls and the perfect day is done, All to bo had at 

DE NUZIEi 

BOOK STORE 



s 



J. 0. TH0IIA8, Maaagnr. 



BEANS 

You Will Want to Plant for Winter Use 

Red Kidney, 
White Kidney, Marrowfat 
and the Hafy. 



The iWay 
You Feel 

Is a matter of the kind 
of food yon eat. Don't 
overload that poor over- 
worked stomach of yours 
this hot weather— give it 
moro pore foodi— like 

Traxel's 

BREAD 



For inatance, with milk. 



New Goods In! 

At the New York Stire. 

LADBI SPORT EATS in WhlU and Oolon, bmt itjrlea: I 
New Laot RMi, «[«Biiit« itjlei, pdOM lifht. 

HIW WAim AMD BLOUIM 

Sheer VoOe Waiats, nioelv trimmed 98 oents on 19. 
Oeorgette Waiati and Bloosee, on np. 
New Dreisei in OtpaMm, ninw OiifMMi, Qeo n o tt e, 

$4-98 on np. 

Beautiful Bilk Dresses $8.69. 

Organdies for Dresses, Blonaes. Complete assortment,! 

New York StDFe 

■. mULVBi Vvopfiitar. FliifM 131. 

• •®® ®® ®® (*)®r#)®®®(?)®®® I 



8'^ On Savings 

STATE NATIONAL BANK 

We sell First Mortgage Bonds takefl 
b onlConsenfative Values. 

TheSfATE TRUST COMPANY 



London, June 27. — Sir James Craig, * stltnents today debatina tbe inTttatlon 
premier of Ulster, and Bamonn De of Premier David Uoyd Oeorge to 
Valera, "president" of tbe Sinn Fein, send delegates to Jjondon for an Irish 
were In consultation with tbeir con- { peace conferenot. ) 




Aluminum 
Coffee Percolatoi 

Givtn (wir <M • ft* Imm af da 
•para lima of cha kUdat. Sawl 
2c stamp and nama of four Bwer 
andlmUHndfiilldaiaila. 
JOHN H. ROHSENBBRGSa 


MISS BESSIE HKmNS 

Maker of lidies' Ginnents 
MilliBiry and Men's Skirts 
PkMltS 117 Witt Feirtb Stmt 



Cold Cash 

i)oea not mean aomething^oold and unhelpfal. la tine 
of need, it ii abont the wameit and moit hdpfnl tUag 
joneaabave. 

When yon have lome of what li oalled "Gold Oaih" in 
Bank yon are in a poiitton to provide yonr wants, pro- 
tect your other property and pidk off bargains. Cash 
ia the groateit bargain getter known to business. Let 
na help you save some. Put it into our Savings Depart- 
ment and we will pay you 3 per cent interest and yon 
will always have it available for immediate use. j 
You can have no better friend or helper than some 
"Cold Cash" in onr Bank. 

BANK OF MAYSVILLE 

OOMBIHID Bim AMD nVOT OOMPAinr* 




Just Received 



jNew Summer Goods! 



: 



mw ■umm ooods. 

Tha bMit pattena tad Mwaik Aadaa la VoUaa, Onaadiaa and 



an 



BIILLINERT BELOW OOST. 
AU Hats Must Be Sold Before July 1. 
Some Wonderful bargains in ndlliaeiy awaita yon. 
See our Window Display!. 




We haTO a geed sap* 1|. Ho fnlt se 
iBeaiSi AgeetflBMiowteplHli 




OaMatsaad 



ivMaCOil 

WOlBfelllB 

Ar8enat« of Lead, Psrl« flre rn, Slaf Skot for Bag*. 

0. p. OlErERIOH & BRO. 



'Phono 162. 



IHaynillB Suit & Dry Goods Go. i 



C 

mimmm bt at. b. l 
24 West Second Street 

Stirt Closes at 6 P. M. Except Saturdiys. Next Doer East of Traxel's 



TUESDAY" 




Kiddies 



1200 feet of people you know. Matinee at the Gem 

5S2?S£^^ Night at Opera House 
Ue.im. Geiieividiee. Admission 15c 25c 





SPEND Hk 4tii BF JULY 

' IN A GOOD OLD-FASHION WAY AND BE 

BM.tiMBiauiiif of 80 ohUdna in one bud of iweet muiio. Hear the Rocket, crack. Niagara Fall, roar, and lee the Red Llirht. blaie 
"la^Z^ fJ'JZ^'' '""^^ wiU b. a due. both for youi« wd old. Buy a balloon. Drink a Mint Oota. 




Letter 



WO 

Lucy Jeotme Price 



New York. — iMspeniive Joyi lUll 
remain in life If one learchet for tbem. 
Ibe yonntiton of the west side of the 
Ottjr ere among those who have found 
them. Every day during the summor 
months they take a Joy ride — for one 
cent per ride per ijaasenKor. Owners 
of several Rmall wasona have arranged 
seats In them uiul lor u penny apiece 
win fill the carl and liaul the children 
around the block. These wagons will 
carry fifty at a time— and they are 
usually filled. While the horse gal- 
lops through the etreeu, the children 
wait patlentlr at the comer, forming 
a line each night until thejr have re- 
otlred their erentatg ior ride. 
— m- 

Absentmlndednees jusi takes holii or 
■ome people and reffused to make any 
esoeptionR of the sort of things they 
can forget. The other day, for In- 
stance, a gentle looking man pretty 
well upset a lot of people Just because 
he left his boa constrictor on the sub- 
way. He had left magailnee and 
strawberries and a lot of other things 
and saw no reason for the shriek from 
thoee within hearing when he men- 
tioned the deserted be. It happens that 
hie wife charma enakes for a living 
and the generous husband had Just 
paid 166 for this nice new one to take 
the place of her beat snake wwhicli up 
and died. He dlsoovered his loss as 
soon aa he kissed his charniiui; wife 
good evening and hack lie ru'<li(Hl. F(ir- 
tuntely the ault case was waiting at a 
station upopened; and all would have 
been peaceful and well if he hadn't 
■tarted to explain to the agent why he 
wu so glad to find it! 

— NY- 

Por a long time I've been cherishing 
a Buspiclon that a great deal of the 
talk about "Ihia awful young genera- 
tion" was exnggerated. I was right. 
And I figuratively, and alino.st litor- 
alljr rose in my place and rheered 
when various hig women ai Vassar 
College said so in ( iir alumnae confer- 
once last week. Some one had men- 



work "these days," and dear Dr. Thel 
berg, head pliysician there for 25 
years rose and said: "The girls of to 
day are splendid, wonderful. They 
have been through deep waters. They 
have been under a severe strain dur 
Ing the war and many have suffered 
losses. No group could possibly have 
shown more control, more loyalty, 
more poise. We could not hare uked 
here for better discipline. The girls of 
this generation are capable, honorable 
people. I love them." Then she looked 
at the older alumnae and said, "I love 
them even more than I do you." And 
the older alumnae applauded to the 
echo, when she sat down. Miss Joan C. 
I'alnier, head warden, supported Dr. 
Thelberg's stand. "1 firmly believe In 
this generation." sh esald. "I believe 
they are finer than wo were at their 
age. They are more straightforward, 
and logical. Therefore they are harder 
to satisfy and for this very reason they 
need the advice of wardens." Miss Bal- 
lantyne, head of the gymnasium, ndd- 
to the testimony. Some one asked 
her if the grlte of today were as strong 
as the girls of yesterday. "They are 
atronger." she said. "stron<;er pliysle- 
allv and stronger morally. I fully he- 
lieve. N'ot beter, probably tml strong- 
er." It certainly was rofrenliing. A\- 
ilioiigh, AS I've snid, I've suspected It 

nil the time. 

—NT- 
See that picture on the outside of 
my paintbox," lald Qertrude, the Sher- 
idan Square art student 'That's my 
introduotio nto any other student 
who's trying to become famous like 
Rosa Bonheur. There !s no special 
picture painted on the box. nu* Just 
something that will let you rfeilow 
tollers ill oils know Hint you also are 
trying for the artistic heights. We 
meet a good many students hia way 
and frni friendships that we would 
mlsa entirely If we didn't have a sig- 
nal, at It were " 

— NY- 

Thn agent who was ainging the 



nearby shore point dwelt with partic- 
ular emphasis on one near a more 
elaborate home. He oUmaud his 
pralM with mentloainf the rent —Are 
doltan higher than the other cottages 
of the same sIm and apparent attrac' 
Uvenees. "Thatt because you get 
music," he explained. "Music?" said 
the puzzled client. "What do you 
mean?" "Well, you seu," was the an- 
swer. "The people wwho own that 
house over there give weekly danees 
during tlie aumnier. They liavo an or 
chestra on tho lawn. You can hear it 
and give dances yourself without hav- 
ing to pay." 

LDCY JEANNE PRICE. 



tloned the dlfllculties of a warden's praises of the summer cotttage at a 



00000000000000 

o ^ o 

O TO THE CLASS OF IML O 

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WasUngton, D. C. — Preetdent Har- 
ding's commencement day address to 
the postgraduates of the American 
University, Washington, D. C, was di- 
rected to the nation's class of 1921 as 
well. It Is one of the finest siiceches 
the President has yet rendered, and 
should therefore receive the widest 
publicity. 

"We are at tho hi^glit of tlie annual 
commencement season.' said the 
President, "when thousands of alu- 
dents go out from institutions ail over 
the tend and Uke up the tasks for 
which their years of study have been 
preparing them. I wish I could im- 
press the young men and women of 
every graduating class this year with 
my own conviction regarding the ob- 
ligation of service that Is placed upon 
them. They have liccn favored with 
the privilege of special efjuiiiment and 
preiiaratlon such as is voiiehsared to 
n nail too small proportion of tlie peo- 
They will not prove themselves 
worthy of their peculiar good fortune 
or ot their special responsibility un- 
less they regard It ae a trust to be held 
for the good of the w^ole community." 

The President admonished the na- 
tion's graduated not to believe they 
knew it all with the possession of 
their diploma. "I have often thought 
that if I knew as much now as I 
thought I did on the day 1 graduated, 

1 would make the finest president this 
country ever had." The entire address 
is an appeal to student graduates to 
make servic eto hninanity their chief 
aim in life. "The world and Its eitperl- 
ences constitute the greater university 
In which all you have yet to coro- 
pletCb BO far as Is humanly possible, 
your education," he said. "I pray you 

to go out to It without too much 



generous, but do not dissipate your ''•'»«^' «»"»•»» and reforming me- 1 cheracted, amUtlon, and deter- 

rhanlsm It docs its best work 



capital of knowledge and ability In 
aimless, useless generosities. Hold 
true (o those Ideals which you rgov- 
erninent and its Inatltutlona rejireacnt. 
Wo Americans will best help mankind 
at large if wo moat earncatly sustain 
men immediately about us." Again he 
emphasizes this call to service by say- 
ing: "We look to this month's grad- 
uating classes to provide (ar more 
than their numerical share ot leaders 
for the nation In a future not far 
thead. You will play your parts in a 
world In many ways unlike any that 
former generations of your colleagues 
could have anticipated. I would feel 
that I had performed well the part 
that has providentially fallen lo me 
If I could Impress upon every one who 
goes out tills year with a diploma the 
thought that It i.s not a certificate of 
right to special favor. and profit In the 
world, but rather a commission of 
service. Hen all about you will need 
the best you can give them." 

Closely intertwined with this 
thought ot service to humanity was bis 
exhortation to the student graduates 
to have faith In our country and Its 
Ideals. "Much that has been esteemed 
I leniental has been swept aside." be 
declared. "Almost nothiui; remains 
that we may safely thing of a.-; s.icred, 
as secure from tlie attacks of the Icon- 
oclasts. It is a time In which men 
search their souls and assay their 
convictions, in which they examine 
(he very fundamentala of Institutions 
immemorlally accepted. In which no 
tradition may me held Immune from 
assaults of the skeptic and the doubt- 
er. * " * Nothing remains with us that 
not queried. Therefore we need for 
tlie leadersiiip of the coming genera- 
tion an opeiinilnded willingness to 
recognize the claim of the doubter, tho 



A\^hat other cereal food 
offers as much nourishing 
value as 

GrapeNuts 

eaten with ^ood milkor aeam 

Consider the sustaining quality 
of each dish of this prime wheat and 
malted bariejfbod. and 70U will 
have the answer. 

A read$rKX)dflod oeival so pdataUe 
that you win want to eati it a^ain 
and a^jain. 



"Theres a Reason' 

Grape-Nuts iamM 

by grocers everywhere! 

Aade by Postum Cereal G>.Jn«i 
Battle Creek., Michigan 





Innovator, the experimenter, tli 
woud-be constructionist. But while w 
must give these adverturous oues their 
full chance, we must sedulously guard 
against the spirit ot mere cyntclem 
the disposition to condemn all things 
as they are because they are not per 
foct. the tendency to tear down be 
fore any plan of reconstruction has 
been prepared. The trained mind — 
provided it is not overtrained — Is tli 
one tliat iiiiisl provide the saving fac 
ulty of (liacriminatioii, Tlie world mil 
go fonvant. and not backward; and i 
will mil no I'oruard as llie result of 
any pliiloaopliy of mere destruction 

Interrogation points have been 
written in the blood and suffering of 
countless millions at the end ot 
thousand statements ot what a little 
time age we deemed the very basic 
principles of economics, of sociology 
of International relationships, of pub 
lie poliscy and liumaii justice. ' ' ' 
l..et u3 make our .\nieriea llie best 
place on earth In wliieh men and wo- 
men may dwell. Let us make it an ex 
ample to al lothors, an inspiration and 
a model. It has been our privilege to 
see this country which we love called 
upon to redress the wrongs, of the 
world, to restore the balance of civ- 
ilisation. We could not have pteyed 
that part had we not first been true to 
ourselree, oonHdent of our destiny, 
assured of our righteousness and of 
the power Inherent in our concept of 
righteousness, Let us go on, holding 
fact to what, in the great trial, has 
bei,"n proven good, seeking to make it 
belter, stronger and more unsoifisli. 
Let us place a firm reliance In our 
destiny and let us seek to realize th;ii 
destiny through unceasing effort and 
unfalaitMlag dtrotlon.' 

He waned atndenu not to put loo 
much trust in books or aeademic 
learning— that education waa some- 
thing never completed: "The educa- 
tion that can truly prepare for the de- 
mands of society in the time before us 
can not be given merely in academic 
liniis The great world outside must 
(untribute of ILs practical experience, 
its Intimate knowledge. Its discipline 
and disappointments to complete the 
equipment We can learn much from 
books, but if we teamed only from 
booka we wotld loam ealjr the wisdom 
of On fMt Books are IrsBiHuiisly 
usefid V tbar he made the senrttors of 
the liqalitag tttat; they aaay be dead- 
ening aai worse than naeless if they 
baeome the master of the too receptive 
mind. He who has learned how to use 
hooks, how to find what he requires In 
them and then to apply it. without the 
necessity of overloading bis mind with 
i.nncesflary detail, Is the one who has 



The President paid his compliments 
to the democracy of American educa- 
tional instltullona — "One of the fine 
things about our .\nierican educational 
system. There i.^. thank Cod, no caste 
system here. Ail kimls of experience, 
of social background, of ancestry, of 
tradition, of training are brought In 
the melting pot of the American col- 
lege or university. Neither social nor 
Intellectual snobbery Is likely very 
long to survive such experience. Thu 
Is why education, when It Is of the 
right eort, Is the greatest leveling and 
democratising Influence we can find. 
It inculcates a realization of true 
standards, an appreciation of the fact 
llial differences In c.-tate and fortune 



mined purpose, 

Mr, Harding oonoluded his address 
imploihig "a dedleaUon to common 
service^ to human betterment, to civi 
lisatlon's advancement, on the part of 
those young people who at lost must 
so largely direct the affairs of the 
country and of society in the hard but 
▼ery hopeful times whioh lie ahead." 

WHBBI B BAl TO ATH 18. 

OtUwa, Ont - 111 total field orops 
of Canada ezoeede In value fl.giz.ooo 
000; the value of dairy products for 
1920 was $247,631,852, The number o 
horses In the country Is given as ,1 
667, m; milch cows, 3,548,437. other 
cattle 0,530,574, sheep aa 3,421,968, am 
swine aa .1.040.070 in 1920. 




POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, 

The Public Ledger's charge for political announcements are: For 
ilistrict oflBces, $15; county offices, $10; city offices, $5. Candidates 
will pleaae bw in mind that rule ig CASH with order for insertion 



For County Jndge 

The Public Ledger is authorized to 
announce L. M. COLUS as a candi- 
date for the oOee of COUNTY JUDGE 
of Mason county, subject to the action 

of tiio voters at the Democratic pri- 
mary, August 6tb. 

The Public Lodger Is authorized to 
announce H. P. PURNELL as a candi- 
date for ro-elcctlon to the ofllce of 
COUNTY JUDOB of Mason county, 
subject to the action of the voters ot 
tho Republlaan party at the AufUSt 
primary. 



For Sheriff. 
The Public Ledger Is autborlzed to 
announce W, A. DOWNINO ot the 
Lewlsburg precinct, as a candidate tor 
the Democratic nomination tor SHER 



For Coutr Attoner 
The Public Ledger Is authorized to 
announce W. H. REBS as a Sdate 

rl' attornSv*" "J?. 

of th« n.™^^^'..*""!*'* ^ "»e action 
KuBt'prim'S?'";;^ '» tte Au 

For Bepremtatlrej 

The Public Ledger Is authorized to 
"Ei'SLEY C. HAWKINS as 
a candidate for REPresk.ntative 
to the General Assembly of Kentucky 

«^«»ooratto party In August pri 



The Public Ledger Is auUioriied to 
announce MIKE BROWN as a candi- 
date tor the Oemocratlo nomination 
for SHBROV of Masen county at the 
approaching August primary. 

The Public Ledger is authorised to 
announce CAREY M. DEVORE as a 
candidate for SHERIFF ot Mason 
county aubjeot to the action of the 
Republican voters hi the August pri- 
t.ary. 

For Tax C"nunlsiil«ner. 
The Public Ledger Is autborlzed to 
announce W. F. STEELE as a candi- 
date for the Democratic nomination 



at the approaching primary election 

The Public Ledger is authorized to 
announce STANLEY BRADY as a can- 
didate for the Democratic nomination 
for TAX COMMUSIONBR of Mason 
county at the approaeUng August pri- 
mary. 

For County Conuuiasloncr. 
The public Ledger Is authorized tu 
announce MR. SCOTT FLETCHER as 
oandidaU for COUNTY COMMIS- 
SIONBR ot Mason county, subject to 
the action ot ttie Republican primary, 
August tth. 

The Public Ledger is autborlzed to 
announce MR. M. J. FLAIUTY as a 
candidate for COUNTY COMMISSION 
EK of Maauu county, subject to the 
action of the Democratic primary 
August 6th. 

The Public Ledger is authorized to 
announce MR. EDWIN BYERS as i 
candidate for COUNTY COMMISSION 
ER of Mason county, subject to the 
action ot tho DsnuienUlo prhnary, 
August *Ql 

The Public Ledger is authorised to 

announce JOHN B. FURLONG as a 
candidate for COUNTY COMMISSION- 
■:h of Mason county, aubject to the 
tion of the Democratto TOtan at the 

r\ugust primary. 

The Public Ledger is authorized to 
announce A. P. BliAMEL aa a candl 
date for COUNTY CU.MMISSIONGR 
from District No. 3, subject to the ac 
tlon of the OemocraUc voters at tbe 
August prteary . 

Fer CeaMjr ClKk. 

The Public Ledger Is authorized to 
announce JAMBS J. OWENS as a can- 
didate for re-election to the office of 
COUNTY CLERK ot Mason county, 
subject to the action o( tbe Democratic 
oters at tbe Auguat primary election. 

Tbe Public Ledger la authorized to 
announce LESLIE H. SMOOT as a 
candidate for COUNTY CLERK ot Ma- 
son eoaaty, inkjaet te the aetta at 
the oenoenrtte Tatars at tk« Aigwt 
primary. 

The Public Ledger is authorized to 
announce ANDREW M. JANUARY as 
a candidate for the office of COUNTY 
CLERK of Mason county, subject to 
the action ot tbe R^nbllcan voters at 
tho Augvst primary eleetlOB. 



For Circuit Judge. 

.nIn''/"o"'i*lSf ^ Wthorlzed to 
announce C. W. FULTON as a candl- 

^"'a Jor CIRCUIT JUDGE of Mwon 

IFF of Mason county at tbe approach- 1 "'"acken and Fleming counties subject 
ing primary election. '° *«uon of Uie voters at Uie Dei^- 

cratio Primary in August 

The Public Ledger is auOiorized to 
announce C. D. NEWELL a. a cMdi- 
date for re-elecUon to tiie oAIm of 
aRCUIT JUDGE Of Ma":. Bracken 
""Wect to ac- 

nr^mn'r,'^* I""™ " Democratic 
primary In Auguat 

For Clrealt Clerk. 

The Public Ledger is autiiorised to 
announce JAMES B. KEY .s a candi- 
date for the Democratic nomination 
for CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COTOT 
of Mason county st Uie approaehtag 
primary election. 

._ , The PuWIo Ledger U auUiorUed to 

for COUNTY TAX COMMISSIONER i ^"''"""'o* CHAa B. HOLUTEIN as a 

' f'"«»ldate for tiia Democratic nomlna- 

COURT o^'lS^ °' THB CIRCUIT 
COURT of Mason county at the an- 
preaching prim ary elec Mwi. 

For Chief of Police. 
The Public Ledger is auUiortaed to 
announce MR. CHARLB8 ROHMIL- 
Lhll as a candidate for the Office of 
CHIEF OF POLICE of " e "y o 
Maysvllle at the November election 

The Public Ledger Is authorized to 
announce HARRY A. ORT u a candi- 
tor CHlEar of police ot tie 
olty of Maysvuie In Uie approaehLag 
November election. f^'-wujb 
The Public Ledger Is auUiorlzed to 
announce PAT RYAN as a candidate 
or Uie office of CHIEF OF POUCB of 

For Ft lies Jal|«, 

The Publlo Ledger Is auUiorlxed to 
announce HARRY C. CURRAN as a 
«*?,^<>ate for JUDGE OF THE PO- 
UCH COURT of the city of Maysvllle 
In Uie approaching November election 
The Publle Ledger ta authorized to 
announce JOHN U WHITAKER as a 
candidate for re-eiecUon to Uie office 
of JUDOE OF THE POUCB COURT 
of the oily ot MayaviUe hi the NOrem- 



Fec city Ceandlsua. 
ne PnMIe Ledger la aathorlsed to 
aaaoonee S. a ORR u a eandldato for 

CITY COUNCILMAN from tile rmh 
ward of the city of MaysvUle at the 
approaching November deetloa. 



I made hii educational preparation 

I moet useful. As a mere storage ware- i p,^,^ ^ed^,, „ arthortted to 
boose for fkeU, beliefs, iBpreasiona, announce CHARLES B. PAUL as a 
the kusaa mind la aa aiealhflliilnn 'candidate for CITY COUNCILMAN 
n' It too liable to error and toe i [JJ^^ 

ber el 



Its capacity. But on tbe 



For Xayor. 
The Public Ledger is auUiorUsd to 
announce THOMAS M. RUSSBUi u a 
candidate for re-election to the office 
of MAYOR of the city of Maysvllle in 
the November election. 

Tho Public Ledger Is authlrzed to 
!S!SS^ •'• SAMUEL aa a 
oanMjaU Jw election to tiie office ol 
MAYOR «l tta Uty ot MaymnUa the 



THE OENTXB 

OP ATTRACTION 

For tlia ohildron is i partdiar. 
foudar, eraamjr 

Sella Water 

Let them oome to us for it, 
where you can be certain that 
freih fruit juices, pure cream and 
sanitary handling insure healthful 
drinlu for the children. 

How about yon? Stop in and 

REFBESH TOUBBlLf 
Everybody enjoys our 8oda> 

Hte Confectionery 



Higgins & Slattery 

UBI»KKT1££K8 and BlWli.Wff 
^'hen the sad hour reeohsr year 
home you cast about for the BSedS Ot 
that hour. You want to pay the folleet 
respect to the departed on*. Tea natr 
urally want Uie best Uisre ta Uie Ua. 
dertakei^ iine to meet tbe demanda ol 
he oocaaiun. 
We taivlto your attention to our iinei 
AUTO AM) nORSE-URAWJI 

n JIKHAL8. 
Calls Ansnered Any Hour. 
'^^"'^f 10» Harket 8treei 



- I 



IF IPS 

ROOKWOOO 
irs Tin BMT 

COFFEE 

There's several grades, but be sire 
It's UOUKMuuu. One peani seeM 
peekages, fresh roastei aai steel eai 

ASK TOUR OBOCER 

TlieEJ.WEBSTEBCfl. M«{y 



Use Wesbstei's Orange Fekoe Tea. 
ESTABLISH OVER 40 YEARS. 



JOHN W. PORTER & SON 

FUHSKAL DIRBOItll 

Omce Phone 37. Home i l< II 
17 West leooai ItFeet, 

HAYtmu, .i. miTuoxy. 



For Collector and Irettsoter. 
The Publlo Ledger Is auUiorlied to 
announce William k. smith ae a 
oandidato for the office ot COLLEC- 
TOR AND TRlAMniER of Uie City ot 
MayaviUe at the coming November 
elecUon. 

The Public Ledger U authorised to 
announce COfOlAD P. RASP aa a ean. 
dldsto for the office of COLLECTOR 
AND TREASURER ot the olty ot 
Maysvllle at Uie November election. 

The Public Ledger le autborised to 
announce HARRY U WALSH as a 
candidate for the office of COLLECT- 
OR AND TRaURURBR ot the cttr 
Maysvllle at the aiinBiM« ttitL. 

ber election. 

For (Sly Clerk. 
The Publlo Ledger la authorised to 
aanooacs MR. R. B. ADAin aa a can- 

JSSSf i?Lit***S?« »» »he oOee of 
ciTT^OUllKat •e^neaasfelw Mb- 

Tbe Public Ledger Is auUionsed to 
announce FRBD A OIRNSR aa a can- 
didate for the office at OITT OUBK 
of the city of Maysvllle at flM esMw 

.November election. 



Dr. W. H. Hicks 

OsteopatliK njfslfiiu 

Triitmiits Sivii ii tki Hmi 
St CharlcaHotai 

R.6.Kiiox&k 

(incorponMU < i 

Foroiture .and . 
Uodsrtaiurs 

>» 10 and sa East iMMi 
Itreeta. 

'PHOm 200. NZOHT 'PHONS 19 
aULlM9IUM,n. 



THE HOST 
' REFRESHING ' 
DRINK IN THE WORLD 

BOHLEO 




AT ALL GROCERY stores; 
CAFES AND STANDS. 



Wi Im PS Cli hr Iw Shw life ••• 



Sl CO. 




VJ 



nx lUTtvou mU0 uuHittutAaB font. 



LIE. CaEMTI Pbster 



a M. HARRISON & 

SON : ^ 



DKXVUIMO HI MOM 




Look through our Trunk and Bag Department for Special Values 
for Vacation Dayi. Bagi $2.60 to $26.00. Tmnk $8.60 to $39.76 for 
% Wardrobe Dvitproof . 

OEO. H. FBANK 00. 
Kajnvillo'f Foremort OlotUtr. 



BOBSIOH BOAD mix PAflSnt. 

Waabingfton, June i;8. — After iicrl- 
monlouB debate lasting almost an 
hour, tbe House Monday passed the 
good roads bill wbich was offered by 
CoDgresBzian J. M. Rooslon, Republi- 
ean, of Kantuoky, by a vote of S66 to 

77. ^'i-'ini 

Many ItepnbUoMU attaolnd tbe 
nwanr* u toing Mtravagant ia the 
fiUM ot promlMs of retrenpbment, but 
Meiiai of the measure held It to be 
tho fulflllment of Republican platform 
pledges made in the campaign. 

Tbe bill is designed particularly to 
keep highways imprcived by federal 
fondi In good coiiiiiiinii 



COCBT OF DTQUIBT HSID. 

^DanTiUe, Ky., June 28. — A court ot 
inaniry was held at Junction City 
Monday morning In an eBort to a»- 
certain the cause of the disaatroui fire 
whioh cauaed a damage loss of near- 
ly 120,000 there Sunday night County 
Judge 0. W. Coulter, Commonwealth's 
Attorney Puryear and Sheriff Fsrrlss 
heard the testimony of 16 witnesses, 
and while they did not secure sufll- 
cient evidence to cause an arrest, it 
is believed the fire was of incendiary 
origin. The store of H. W. Reynolds, 
where the blaze . larted. caught fire 
lust one week before, but was cxtin- 
guiahed before gaining headway. 



BAOLT WOimBBD WHILE 

.ICTING AS PEAm-MAKIiK. 

Baroburville, Ky.. .lune 28.— Richard 
Ferguson, aged i;u. was shot and seri- 
ously injured Sunday during an alter- 
cation between Constable Jim Reese 
Lewihlen and A. c. Bryant at Bryant's 
store near here. The shot Is said to 
have been fired by Constable Lewall- 
en. Ferguson's condltioa is critical. It 
was said. 

Ferguson, according to the story told 
when ffe was brouchl to the Logan In- 
firmary lieri'. was attcinpting to act as 
peacemaker betwen Lewallon and Bry- 
ant when shot. One bullet struok him 
In the abdomen. 



TWBMTT.FIVE .MILLIO.\.S 

FOB FAH.VERS' RELIEF. 
Washington, June 28. — Legislative 
action on the Curtis-Nelson bill to add 
about twenty-live million dollars to 
the capital of federal farm loan banks 
for long term loans to farmers was 
completed Monday with acceptance by 
the Senate of the House reductions 
from fifty million to twenty-five mil- 
lion dollars. The bill now goes to the 
President 



Ledger Want Ada Pay. 



Circuit JiidBe C. D. Newell returned 
to BrooKsvllle Tuesday mornln,- v, Iuti! 
he opened the last week of the sum- 
mer term of the Brackcu Circud 
Court Little important business has 
been taken up durluL' tlil- '"rni of 

court. 

J — — 



Pasti me Today 



William Fox presents LOUISE LOVELY in 

While the Devil LauElis 

A daihing and daring photoplay of life bdiind tlw footlights. 

See the most beautiful bunoh of chorus girls that ever appeared in 
pictures. A snappy and peppy picture with many thrilling climaxes. 
A piotwe'witb a ml pnnoh. 

ADHXB8I0H 10 AND 15 OBITB. 

TOMORROW — Robertson-Cole presents Al Christie's 6-reel 
comedy drama "SO LONO LETTY," from the delightful musical 
comedy success. Cast includes T. Roy Barnes, Colleen Moore, Orace 
Darmond, Walter Hiers and the bathing girls rampant. See beauteous 
batlien who'd put pep in the pyramids, How two fellows iwapped 
wives and what the wives had to say and do about it. Sit fht taste- 
fully filled bathing suits. Oh, boy, they are some peachas. Hifflect- 
wivei might be a tragedy if it were not for this comedy. 



ivnr TBI psm Bun nxp tov oool 



$ 1 8.00 



k 



And 



$20.OO 

F THAT'S VnT UTTU TO A8K FOB OHl OF 

THESE FIT:£ HOT WEATHER STJIII lUJII BT 
HABT 8CHAFFNEB & MARX. 
STYLISH AND TAILORED WITH THE SAMB 
OABE AS TBBIB KOBB OOSXLT ALL-WOOL 

SUITS. 

SOLD BY US ON A MIGHTY SMALL PMfir TO 
KEEP THE PRICE DOWH. 

Brady-Bouldin Co. 

Second aod AUrketiStreets 



PROFITS INCREASE 
FOR CIGARETTE 
MANOFACTUIERS 

Wall Street .loumal Says I.ciif Cimi- 
panles Saved Huko .Simin iii> 
leatiekr Heed Last 
Year. 

Lowor prices paid for Ki'iiiu( l;.v .md 
Virsiiii:i typi's of tobacco luiD.sily Kcii- 
tuckys ) and greater demand for clgiir- 
ettea liave enabled cvlKavetle ni;inii- 
facturers to show tbe largest profits 
in their history, despite tbe general 
business depression, a front-page nr- 
artlcla In yeeterday morning's Wall 
Street Journal said. 

Manufacturers saved approximately 
1107,000,000 as a result of the slump 
of Kentucky grades alone, th? decline 
on tobacco Rrown in this state ha\'ii'; 
been the gre.itest. the articit-, con'in- 
ups. The aveniRC price jjaid Ki'iitucUy 
farmers Decemt)er 1, last, w.is 15 cciiii 
a pounil compared with <ciiis :i 
year before, 26.3 cents two years be- 
fore, 20 cents three years beforr. and 
and average price of 14.8 cents tor tlie 
ten years 1910 to ;1919, inclusive, the 
journal states. 

"One of the most popular typei nf 
Cigarettes Is that made of Kentucky 
tobacco." It says. "This Wnd reU'la at 
20 cents for a package of twenty ite- 
fore tbe war it retailed at 10 cents. 
Taxes tben were :'. cents on the pack- 
age, analnst 6 cents today. In 
Kentucky tobacco brouRbt 38.2 cents ,i 
pounds compared with 7.8 vvvi--. '.v 
1915, an Increase of nearly C 'l i' 
materials advanced In about the same 
proportion .while retail prices Increef- 
ed only about 100%. 

"It was estimated last year that 
70'{ of production costs went for leaf 
With prices for leaf cut In half com- 
pared with those for the 1919 crop, the 
enormous savlnR to the ciRiirette man- 
ufacturer is obvious. Labor co»> 'i 
cigarette makini; represent Irt"^ of ibe 
total. 

In Ibe first four months of l'^::l 
cigarette production nn tbe I' sis i I 
Internal revenue figures aniouiitcii 
16,307,000,000. This is at the inr.n.T. 
rate ot nearly 49,000,000,000, comparei! 
with 44,661,000,000 in 1920,, 44,804,000,- 
000 In 1919 and 87.914,000,000 In 1918. 

As a result of lower lesf prices, cl ?- 
arette manufacturers are accumulnt- 
ing largo quantities of cash. It U oH- 
cially estimated that one of !he 1 ,' 
manufacturers purcliascd its supply 
tobacco at sonictliiir; like $20,000.0 ' 
less than it cost in VM'.k This fv'.u ■• 
exceeds the nianufacturini; iimfii f 
any cigarette concern last yciir. iiiirl .- 
nearly 45' r of the U»20 profits of f ■ 
five most Important manufacturers 

There appears little likelihood of i 
reduction In cigarette pricey, for t 
time being at least Growing deme: •! 
makes it unnecessary to cut to !!-<t 
business. Also, a reduction of BO cen's 
a thousand, or 1 cents a packaL-e 'f 
twenty cigarettes, would jirolmbly i t 
be passed on to the consumer, exce t 
in cases where there was comiieliti n 
amons dealers. I/cading tobacco ni n 
feel that when a cut isjnade. it will 'e 
5 cents on Ibe packaue of twenty c' - 
arettes. Such a cut could not be mn 'i' 
at the present time, for if it were, ci :- 
arattae eovld bo produced only at n 
loss. « 

IMMABT IS niMmULt. 

Loutsvllle, Ky., June 28. — Jos. M. 
Fmmart, recommended at the recft 
Democratio convention as the part 'a 
nominee for Mayor at the election n r^tt 
.Vovemher, Monday was declared lnn|<- 
cible to make the race by the K' i- 
tncky Court of Appeals, which b-'id i 
that Mr. Emmart's failure to resit 
:ind vote at the last election dlsn'i 
fied him from being a c.mdidaie 
fore the compulsory state primary 
.August 1^ 




This Summer a 
VICTROLA 

Take it with you, 
abd enjoy in one in- 
strument all the 
beauty of good music 
and the pertonality 
of the world's great- 
artists. 

Only the Victrola 
can give you this 
satisfaction — look 
over our portable 
models! 

Mne Victrola aai Six 
Records 

$30. lO 

MURPHrS JEWEUV 
STORE 




JEFF ADAMS INJURED 
BY DiVEJN THE OHIO 

Leap Into lUver In l*adncah taj 
Prove Fatal to Kentucky 
Atlilete.' 



I'adntah. Ky.. .lune 28. — Possible 
fatal injuries nmy have been suffered 
by Charles 'Meff .\(iains, 21, of 
Georgetown, star athlete of Georgfr- 
town College, early Monday evening 
when he dived Into the Ohio River op- 
posite Paducah. Adams Byttered>an In- 
jury of the spine and his body is com- 
pletely paralyzed. Physldaiu onade 
X-ray pictures last night but have 
failed to locate the trouble. 

.Adams a".r| several college frater- 
nity brotlip':; are visilin;; In I'aducali 
and last were on a swiinniiii',' 

party, .\dams le;iped off a Imri-'e. lie 
v as K( t II to lie helpless in tile water 
and was rescued by liayniond rtam- 
borpcr. It Is believed that Adams 
wrenched his spine In diving, as there 
are no indications ot his havlnr 
struck the bottom ot the riv^. 

After regaining consciousness last 
night Adams says that he was par- 
alyzed when be struck the water. 

Adams is a son of the Rev. M. Tt. 
\daini-. president of Georgetown Col- 
l"i;e. irrandson of Mrs, A. K. ]\rarslinl. 
Lew isliiirjr. and the star athlete of tbe 
I'lstitiition. He played on ilie eollepo 
football, baseball, basketball and ten- 
nis teams. At the close of the coiii^Te 
year he was voted the most valuable 
athlete in college. 

Slight hope is entertained for tlu 
recovery of Adams, as X-ray picture; 
revesj thai the fourth vertebra i- 
f rtiofured and the traverse process dis- 
placed upwards. Pfcysiclans say that 
he has n fighting chance of recovery. 



IHnn MHirAMIMB CAOI I 

Mur WmtBt IM^ iKTt Dliiey 
Tmflo A MPoJ tt iMw K. 

I>o you have backache? I 

.^re yciu tired and worn out? 

Feel dizzy, nervous and depresi 'i?| 

Are the kidney secretioDS lrregul:.r? 

Highly oolored: eontaln isdlment? 

Ukely yoar kidneys are at fault ! 

Weak kidneys give warning of dij-j 
tresB. 1 

Heed the warning; don't delay- ' 

I'se a tested kidney remedy. 

Read this Maysville testimony. : 

Bryan Oresalee, proprietor grocery 
store, SSS West Iwd slNet. nys: 
-"About two years ago I had aa attack I 
of kidney trouble and I saCWed s lot ' 
from backache. There was a deep < 
seateil pain across the center of ray i 
back. 1 wai r^airlng machinery at 
that time and whan doiag kind ot 
stooping work I eonld hardly straight- 
en up. My kidneys were not acting 
regularly and In other ways ihc. ed 
■igni of disorder. I went to Wood 4k 
Son's Drug Store and got a box ot 
Doan's Kidney Pills and began usiag 
tkaa. TlMT flsod up In good chape 
•ad I have aevor been bothered since" 

Priea W cents, at all dealers. Iton't 
•tapty aak for a kidney remedy— -^et 
Dona's Kidney Pills — the same that 
Mr. Greenlee had. Poatar-lfnkini Co.,, 
Mtw.. Bugalo, N Y. I to 



liOR.SK RKTl lOKD; 

GA8E 18 SETTLED. 

Cliarlfs lolinson .well k:io-,vn col- 
ored horse trader, was liefn-'- ' Miire 
Fred rt'. I'.Jier. T - 'iiy ., ,i. ^'ii 
a charge of carrying away personal 
property of another. A horse which 
had stiaye dfrom an Orangeburg fartr 
v-as found in Johnson's bam. John- 
s-iit says he tnUM tot the horse with 
a man he does not know. He agreed to 
return the anittal to tbe owner and 
I. ay the costs of tlM oonrt, whereupon 
be wu released. 



m WPHRET CASK IS 

A«.\l> COXTIMKI). 

Beransc of tbe absence of Chief of 
Police Harry A. Ort from the city, the 
case acainsl Mort Humphreys charged 
\ itli :i breach of the peace, was again 
( irtiriu' d in Police Court Tuesday af- 
t Tiioiin The case will be again called 
It 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. 



Hire 8FE8 FOK DITOBCE. 

Mrs. Tsaria U. Oiflord filed suit in 
t'M Ma«m Omit Coot Tnaaday af- 
ternoon asklnc ft 4H*«M titm her 
^nsba■d. Thomss OMsri. Ssssttlon 
ii gtven M^OM grswls fsr tks di- 
vorea. 



BOOT FOUID II SKAILOW 

OEATBi iir IBBISI MOM. 

Padnoab, Ky., Jww M. — no body 
ot Lennle Lawrenos, negro taxi drtvsr, 
who WW murdered Monday night, was 
found today in a shallow grave near 
the scene ot the crime. The police an- 
nounced tbe slayer was known and 
that they expected his arrest tnomcnt- 
urlly in Illinois whore ho fled Iti l^w- 
reuec's car. It was at first thought 
Lawrence's body had boa^ thrown In 
the river. 



LIUEUAL IIONATIOK TO 

. PDSHLO FIOOD Si;m|lER8. 

ThrouKh the efforts of employees 
of the I. I(. Steel store In this city, 
Maysville people have contributed 
over fifty dollars to the flood victims 
of Pueblo, Colorado. The fund has 
been torw^ded through Mayor T. M. 
Russell to the proper authorities. 



KS( AI'EI) ( 0XVICT8 CAUOnT. 
Frankfort, Ky., June 28. — The four 
negro prisoners whose escape was re- 
ported from the Pike county road 
camp, were ^ptured Monday night af- 
ter being at lisarty for about 24 hours. 
The negroes— Charles SImnklns and 
Mose Porter, of Jefferson county, and 
James Wright, ot Perry county, will 
be brought tO' the reformatory here. 



u 



COLORED CITIZEN8. 

The Civic Improvement C'lni) will 
meet Tuesday evcniuR at the resideme 
of .Mrs. Amelia lieatty. Let all come 
out and brin;; your coupons, as It Is 
time to turn tluMii ill. 

Mli.s; r\TTnx I'l-esi.ient 

.MlS.s; I' .M. .-•..,.r,.| ,!}• 

HOME SWEET HOME 

IS TniAT Tou MAKE rr 

TheHflber 
Builders Material Go 

"Hiiberlzo .Means Kcononilze." 

IS and 5(1 Vine .\ciir Second Street 

Away From High Bent 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

The City of Charaeter 

IVholesale and Betnll: Mantels, 
Grates, Hie Work All Kinds, Lighting 
Fixtures, Floor, Table Lamps, Lumber, 
Mlllwork, Stnlrworli, Kardivood Floor. 
Ing, I psmi Wall and Tile Hoards, 
Wear Um] I'ahils. I'ro.Sliiie .Sectional 
(itirages and Cotlages, Arlcraft, on 4 
i:»er. La-Tlle. Siirvlio Uooflngs. 

also insiaii; \n fllass, Gotten, 

llanlware, Coiil ('hiilo.s. 

IVe are specializing on recovering 
old roofs with an artlsUe and dnnble 
inateilal that does not re^nlre paint. 
Ing, and irin give to any reliable and 
responsible property owner ilbenil 
credit terns. White, lihone or call 
on onr leeal salesman, 

F. H. DAWSON 

200 .Market Street, .Maysville. k.v. 

For fall Information. Kstimalcs fur- 
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new kidney nSigulator, free the kidneys 
from polsonoua matter, tone tbem up 
and act as a tonic to tbo whole syttem. 

Backache, spots floating before the 
eyes, dizziness, high colored or scanty 
urine, all mean sick kidneys. Don't 
delay. It is fatal. Thompson's Ba- 
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that we will return yotir montjr If af- 
ter taking one box yon ara not greatly 
beoefltad. 

dot a Vbs of Thompson's Barosma 
Tablets at onoo from J. J. Woods A 
Son who guarantee tbem. 60 cents a 
box If you are bilious and constipated, 
take one of Thompson's Golden I>ax 
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tlie cash for it. 'We will sell you a 
^ou8e on credit and let you pay us by 
the week for It. So why pay rent to 
th'> other fellow wlien you can he pay- 
ing it to yourself. 

H. F. A D. U. COLOHLIN, 
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Chiropractor 

rblfi Building, Mirliet Stmt 
MAYSVIUE KY. 
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