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PUBLIC 




is LEDGER 



MAnnLLM 



MMfUBLJOAM. 



WMMMLT aJWOBilOAJr-Mf. 
MdXI,rrUBfM iMMt 



MAYSVILLB, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 11)09. 



ONB COPY— ONE CENT. 




A diur old booitr froa Qtul 
Want boma ia th« rain froa k btil; 
TboD, Ilk* • good follow, 
Pat bio DOW nabrollow 
To bod— m4 otood ip ia Ih^kail. 



Cynthiana Btptinta will soon begin tlie 
v«r«etiaD of a new $25,000 Charcb. 



Dr. P. G. Smool'f offico ia iotbo First National 
Bank Boildlag. N||M «tlla Mt b« a«4a at 
iSamr Bwkky'i m M w wa . 

Tomorrnw Ib Pen»:nn Pajr. Bring your 
papera to G. A. K. Hall, io Cox Baildiog.wbera 
they will be proporiy Md proaptly Bldo oat 
ud forwarded, 

Tbo foUowiog oaoaa woro diapoaod of ii tho 
PwIIm CMrt ^iiUrday: 81a PorMr. braacb 

of peace, $25 and costs; Sam Ellit, same of- 
faiu«, 17.50; Jamea Dooglaa. $1 and ootta. 



To the 
Farmer 

If you aie goiag to build 
or do atay concrete work 
we can famish what yon 

Deed. 

Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement 
Gravel, Wall Plaster 
and Lath, Etc. 

You will need a supply of 
COAL for next Winter, 
which you will always And 
a good supply of the Ijest 
quality at our yards. 

MaysvilleCoaICo 

■fHONE 142, 



#W*8moko UoaoDlaa, 10 ooat eigar for 6o 

Tba tftiMtg nd earo of loeka and dama 
on tho Kaatneky rfror bare cost op to date 

about $1,755,429 OS. Of thia lum $135,760 95 
waa expended darl;ig tba past llacal yaar. Tba 
total comnereo for tkt jtt 1906 waa approxi* 
mately 318,666 tono, voIm^ at 16,001,480, tad 
U,54A paaaaagora. 



li^PaMion Tonobora proparly osaettad by 
M. E. lleKallap,oonMr Third aad Sattoi akraats. 

What is to bo known as a Diuionary boat is 
to be boilt at PIttsbargh this sammer and will 
ba dadioatad aoaa lioM ia Ootobar. Tba boat 
ia to ooat $90,000 aad whM H la laiahad U 
will be placed In aoaainlon on tha Ciiigo 
ri?er la Africa 



Hra. R. B. Hultoa of tbit city i«ft yesterday 
I* afaad a moatb at Glen Springs. ' 

LIttIa Ulsa Elisabotb Wilson of ( incisoati is 
TlMHhar bralhar, Maatar Bft^ Wilaoa, at 
Iht Um af thair grrndpaiaMa, Mr. aM Mrs. 
0. V. OMkaa. la Waal TkM ^tioal. 



Captain R. V.. Lunk, the popular and game 
L. and N. Conductor, wbo was beset by a 
drunken mob on his traia la Coviagtoa aararal 
waaka ago, la whieb ha waa eoapalM to aaa 
bis gnn la dafoaaa of hia Ufa. and aararal of 
wh irn were put hort dr rumbnf Id con8e<]uencH 
of hl« unerring aim, iii back on hi<< job and 
was shaking hande yesterday with bin friends 
Id tbis city wbo were glad to meet him after 
bia gaaa tght aad elosa eall. 

■ e ■ 

AIN* f LiM, tmilT M MIM, 
Bat wortk all it aoota. 

M. C. Rr8.SELi, Co. 



^arionaaanta IMarray 4 Thoaaa. 

Mra> A. Switoar of Casto street ia t, 
' in Lawia eoanty. 



Hr. Charles T. Peiroe and bride of Daytaw, 
0., are risiting his sister. Miss Geaevra PaifWa 
•f thia citr 

Mr. Arthur Manting of Forest arenaa baa 
aooaptod a pooiUoa aa bookltaayar la Mitakan. 
naak a Cfc'a Baak. 



Mr. L T. Aatoaoa, Jr., kaa gowa la 

▼ille to set as of Fair rings, and on 

Friday and Satur^iMv he goes to White Solpbor 
Springs to a 't j j lge. 

A pension of $22 per month has been allowad 
Mra. Anna B. Fargnaon of Baroka, Bohartaaai 
eoaatjr, aad bar ariaor ahildraa, aa wMov af 

W. G. Ferguson, lata of tba Tenth Kentvekr 
Cafalry. M. E MeKallap waa her attornay. 




SUMMER WEAR 



18 UNPROFITABLE 
STOCK 

TO CARRY OVER! 



Yaa'it EfUMfy Taktig Year Ttm$ Jbaat 

Baying 
That Caniagel 

Bat wa don't blame you for going alow in the matter. 
Thtra'p plantjr of time yet, but when you ARE going to 
bay wa waot to aall you. We have a dandy line of 

Canopy and Extension Top 

Barouches and Surreys 

Eaay-ranning, well-made and stylish. Some splendid 
Driving Wagons and Kaoabouta on which we are going to 
maka aa awfoUr cloaa prlca. Come to aae aa, aod don't 
torgat thit 

WtOi Every $1 Purchase l^ii^:^ ioa'^'*; 

CHANCK ON 

JJOO Full Leather Top Buggy, 
50 Runabout, 
25 Set of Bmtss, 
18 Saddle. 
10 Robe, 
5 Storm front. 

All ol which are going to be given away January lat| lAlO. 
Somabody'a golog to be luclcy. Why not yoaf 

Mike Brown 

The Square Deal Man. 



Uiaa Qaraatt Uaacke bu returned 
BhwUekl^riBca. 



from 



Miaa Nolllo Morphy ia boat, attar a vMt to 
TtlaUrea la CiaeioaaU. 

Hr. Patrick of Big Sandy ia UMag Mr. C. 

N. Bolinger of Lewisburg. 



Mr. and Mra. Qaorgo Pollitt loft Boaday for 
Oklahoaa City, Okl ahoma. 

Mr. Isidor BloB of Baltimora, Md., ia Tisiting 
M laala, Mr. D. Haobingar. 

Mr. WniioB Tronts, Jr , la lojoanlag for a 
awatbalpalBtaialUak^ 

Judge A. A. Wadawortb is baia firoa Atlaata, 
Oa., on a visit to his famiir- 



Mioa Alloa Clooaoy hu i ataraad from a do- 
ligktftl vaeatloa ap ant at B laa Ueka. 

Mr. aad Mrs. Stanley F. Raad are now so- 
JoiTBiBC ii Parit, Praaca, alaaa Ja(r SU. 

Mtoita. ThoauM ngfiaa, Jaaaa WaUoa aad 

Philip Cnmrnlns left this morning for Niagara 
Fails and other sight seeing points. 



Mra. Marcia Clark of Geor^^etown ia visiting 
Mrs. John Harbason of Uill Creek. 

Miaa Agnaa Clark baa retaraad from a viait 
to bar alatar, MIm NalBa Cla rk, at Daavar. Col. 

Miaa Agaaa MeTlgaof Oiaclnnati ia the guest 
of Mr. aad Mra. Tbaaaa Braaaoa of Plum 
street. ^^^^^ 

Mra. J. C. Baiaa aad eUldraa ara in Cincia- 
nati Tialttai Mr. aad Mra. W. T. Orr aad othar 
ralallraa. 

Misses Mary Belle and Elizabeth Walki r have 
ratarnad to their home at Lexington, after a 
fWt kara la lalatives and friaada. 



And this is just the time you need aid want it. Our dollar Nej^liuee, Madras and Pongee Shirts are the best 
value in Maysville. Oiir .'»(ic I'nderwear has as much class to it as ni(»st people's 7.'>c and dollar garments. You can so 
easily convince yourself BY C'tJMrxVUING. If you can Hnd your si/e in our and iji'i Panama ilats we'll -flplit the 
price in two. Wt»rk 8hoe« are now in demand. Call fur the Barker Brown kind. Every pair warranted to give 



;ttlst;icl H III. 



Mra. Tboau Kailay rataraodto Leiiagton 
thia aoralag. aftar aovoral weeks' visit with 
Mrs. Robert Cnmmlns of Houston avenue. 



Mra. Carroll MaiakoU and ohUdran of Hunt- 
lafltoik % V«t «v ^Wti« Mr. aal Mta. 
iaaMl.laU«lli 



Mr. William Moaaay, accompanied by hia 
wifo, ia viaiting hia aaola. Mr. 0. M. Haraai of 
«ka St. laaaa Bolal. Mr. M aaaa y ia aaa of 
MIokolM ooaatya good dtlaaaa. 



Messrs. Tom Keith and J. D. Kaith have re- 
turqad homo, aftar a daiigklfU taa daya ec- 
joyad aa gaaato of tha "Baaakaaar^ house 
party, Catlattabnrg . 

Miaa Anna Sboelar of Millarsbnrg, wbo baa 
bean visiting Miss Clara Thompson of Mill 
Croak, ia now tba gnaat of Miaa Natalia Cooper 
of Waal Saaoad Btroot. 

Mrs. Hannah 0. Carraa ratnmad home yea- 
tt r lay, after a visit of several we^ks with bar 
son, W. C. Carron, in Ciacianati. Mr. Chariaa 
1. Oartaa r i l a r aad vllk kor. 



Catlettaburg Tribune — John Fitsgerald and 
aister left at aooo today for their homo in 
MayavUio, aftar oajayiag bogoly tka koopitality 
aitaadad to tko gaoala a( Ika "Baaakaoore" 
koaiNHrtiy. 



DERNELL'S POTATO CHIPS, TpM' 

TKY OUR STKAWBERRY PRESKRVKS. 
Packed in individual glasses and Hell at 10c EACH. 



THE 
HOME STORE. 




.^iW*Bring yoar watobaa* aad elocka to Me- 
Cartkof 'a for nptlt. Bfarftkiag w arraalad 

The total value of watchea and clocks export- 
ed from Switzerland in 1906 wm $29,000,000, 
of which only 1175,000 la eraditad to tka 
Uaitad SUtaa. 



Some people are always longing to be with 
aogela. We never do. We have an idea that 
aa aaga) woold bo Tory aaok ataek ap aad 
diaagroaablo. - 



Thomas Greenbill, Surgeoo to tko Dako 
of .Norfolk, was the tbirty*alBtk ekIM ky one 

father and mother. 

.r^rparka Hill Aasembly'opens Tbnraday, 
August 5th. Railroad fara froa Mayirille 
rouadtrip on Saadaja 75 eaata. 



Pauloa roaohara proporly exoeatod at Hateh- 
ink' Uw OMaa aa Coartalfaal WaSaaaday, tba 

4th. 

Of 110 tons of sausage offered for sale at 
a recent fair in Paris nine tons were mada of 
boraa aaat. aad 17 froa malo or doakaylaafc. 



Wire Door Mats, Half Price 

Last forever. Will douMe the service of your ball carpet hy-keepiog dust and mad from it. 

$1.25 MATS 75c. $2.00 MATS 98c. 

10x24 inches. 18x80 inches. 



$2.50 MATS $1.25. 
22x30 inches. 



$3.00 MATS $13^. 
22x36 inches. 



$2i BU^CK UCE COLUR $1.25. 

Beautiful wild ruse pattern, 

$U BLACK LACE COLLAR 50c. 
Four inches deep, pretty bow knot pattern. 

m BLACK YOKE $1.25. 

Made of silk braid and hand^niade faggrottincr. Front depth nine inches. 

m BLACK YOKE $1.25. 
Narrow taffeta folds and Val insertion joined by fafi;gottinf(. 

50c WHITE NET YOKES 2Se. 
Two designs neatly trimmed in Val insertion and cd^/e. 

$1 WHITE YOKE 50c. 

Chiti'ou trimmed in Battenburg, iSoutache braid and faggoting. 

$2i WHITE YQKE8 $1.25. 
Made of Val insertion, bias bands and faggotting. 




Germantown and RIplay Pair prograaa at 

The Ledg er Ortice. 

.^VParks Hill bigger, better, brighter than 
ever. Roundtrip on Sundays 75 cents. He- 
toming traiaa laava Parka Hill 4:15 and 9:30 
p. m. 



P^?nr» Paris Green for potato bugs and 
toboeeo w orms at Ssllie Wood's Drug store. 

Reports from Oklahoma say that the broom 

corn crop ia the biggest ever rai.'ed there and 
the crop will be harvested sometime tbici month. 
The prevailing price there now ia $110 per ton. 



^W" Cartnell extracts teeth without pain. 

Tba ooly town ia tho Uaitod Stataa bearing 
tba name "Roofcafaller" baa been ebaaged to 

the commonplace nami>, ".^rea." The village ia 
sitaated forty niilefl .North i>f (.'hicsg" nn the 
W senn.-in (Vntral lUiUsy 




SATttMAY WU. 8E 
n LETTBI lAY. 

•IMiMavafVaa. 

Globe Stamp Cm* 



Is On In 
Full Blast! 



Cut-Price CLEARANCE SALE 

WB ARE QOINO TO OQNTINUB THIS SALB UNTIL FURTHBR NOTIOS. 

Plenty of the $2 Heatherbloom Petticoats at $1.25. 
Plenty of the $2 12-inch Embroidered Flounce Skirts at 08c. 
Plenty of the $2 Ladies' Tub Skirts, in blue, white and tan, at 98c. 
In fact, plenty of almost everything advertised in our big circulars. 
We are selling Ladies' and Men's Low Shoes at big cut m pricee. and include the famous 
Queen Quality and Regals. 

Plenty of $1.50 to $2 Eagle Shirts at65o. 
And a new lot of Royals on sale. 08c. 
Oome early and ooine often. 

ALL THESE OFFERS ARE GENUINE BARGAINS! 



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GLOBE 




AND ARB BAOKBD X7P BY YOURS TRULY, 

MERZ BROS. 




SLOBE 



Governor WiHson npp^ints H. W. 
Batsoo to Rucoeed Judice Field at 
LootsTiltc. 

WHOLESALE REMOVAL 



jNdflt WHM fwrkw OtdtrM Lfx- 
lnflMi Dttcfitte Offietalt Mint 
Sttp Dmra Md Ott 



At tiMto|to«, CiroBit Jadfi Watti Parker 
hand«4 down a decision yt-itfrilay settiog 
uM« the 1937 Leziogtan city election and da- 
«l«riH ^ ■wMpal ofleaa mw bald by Mayor 
John Skain and his Maoriate^ vaoatad bj nMoa 
of prvTM fraad. bribery anJ intinidatioa by 
tha DaaoaraU oa NoTember 5tb, 1907. 
' Tka aatka maiaiMl adalsialratioa froa 
Mayor to City Engineer, including parts of both 
Board* o( U>a (ieneral Council aod the School 
Bawd, will ba avapt iato tha daat paaby 
M|a Parkar't dacliioo, which will be a 
* '»corrher" and will d' Dounce without eqairoca* 
tioB the election practice* of Lesintcton DeaO' 



Jadia Parkar it a Democrat. The teatimony 
mi ftott ia tha ooateit, filed by the Rapobli- 
mm wHUa taa daya after tha alaetloB. wUeh 
Hagrar tUi» l aai t rid a MjorUy af laaa tkaa 

600 Totee over W. R. Mil ward, the Ra^icaa 
BOBia**, haa beaa oTerwhelffliog. 

Tha raaaci aaaata 15,000 typawrittaa pagai. 
■ad tha taatiaoay of 900 witaeaaaa waa takaa. 
The rue probably will ba takaa to tha Coart 
of Appeal*. 

Qar. Wlibai probably will ba aallad apoa to 
appoiat aa aotire new adniioi:<tratioa for the 
Blaepaia capital. Lexinglou'a liK)5 noaielpal 
oleetiaa waa tha neat riotoaa aad ditRraoefol 
la ita hialafy. RapaMioaa fotara wara kapt 
•taading in line fur hoar* at tha polla witbaat 
beiBg gifeo a cbaaca to rote. 

DiafraaoUaad by tha Coaaty Coart i» ar> 
raagiag tha prteiaeU to take from 450 to 800 
Totea when the itatnte* provide for a polling' 
plao* for each 350 votera. Oat of a total 
ftgialrBtiaa af 9,600, 2,000 hata baea profea 
fraadaleat. 

Bribery by Lexington Defflocratic Police and 
Fire Departaaat aaaiban and the parchaaiag 
by Ika D wiaattia o( 800 Nagro ragiatrMioa 
certifieatea, hara aiao baai profaa, aid iro a 
part ofiha raeoad. 

Tha a l aat l aa waa alao aarked by a doable 
tmadyataaa af tha polliac plaeaa. Clyda 
Caapball, a Rapohlican, wa* ithot ami killed by 
Pollaaaaa Michaoi Uarphy, who in torn wa« 
hilM by Oaapbaira fatkar, W. R. Caapball. 
whBa Marpky waa la tha aat of atrikiag hia 
ofar tha hairf with bia alib. 



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Cutest BetQS 

' ' "» 

cincinnaWa omI M^ptjr I« npntM 

very low. 

Hudaon tunnel to Erie teraioaa 
will be in operation today. 

Idle cara July Slat, 248.864, a de> 
creaae of 16,878 in a tortnight. 

Ibe new Lincoln centa are in circa- 
latiOB from the PbiUdtlphin Mint. 

The i'eonsylvanU haa completed 
flrat of fonr tubta under Eaat rirtr. 



'Ibe Wright Brothers will receive 
130,000 lor their aeroplane from the 
Qoturoment, t8,00Qof wh ich U bona a. 

The AIaali«*Yakon'Paeiflo Ezpoai* 

tioD is proving » wrr it PucresH and 
:2o,0U0 persons are atteuding daily. 



The Pennsylvania Hallway earDiDgB 
lor June show net increase ol $888,70l> 
•nd for lis raoathe ioeme* 12,124,- 
800. ^ 

Britiab railroad* killed l-,048 per* 
■one and injared 7,984 laat year, as 
againit 1.117 killed ud 8,811 injured 
in 1907. ^ 

At Platte City, Mo., Georgt John* 
■on, white, who murdered John W. 
Moore,a farmer, June :J0th,wa8 lynched 
yMterdny. 

Harry Clay Pnlliam, the National 
League Baaeball rrriiitleiu who killed 
hioaaelt in New York, waa buried at 
Cave Hill, LoniaTllle, ytaterday.' The 
entire baaeball world ia eaadeocd by 
hi* dettb. 



The patientrin dpeer'a Hoepltal at 
Pnyton were thrown into a panic bra 
)f<B in the IbafldiBg. Nooewaa hurt. 

Several more State offlciala have 
BBOTtd Into the imw OnpHol tl Frank- 
tort, and the dedlCMlOII HMf OOCOr 

September \ 5th. 

The L. and N. haa added ita name 
to tha Hit ot railwaya which will grant 
lO^iay atopovera to holdere of (IrsV 
elaaa ticketa ? ia Cincinnati. 



The cigarette is now an outlaw in 
Minneaota. The State law prohibit- 
ing the Mie went iato «lhet Sunday 

and it is illegal tO put thtUI OU the 

market. 

Qovernor Willsoo baa been notified 
by the Secretary of Agriculture at 
Waahidgton that Kentucky, in the 
near future, will be quarantined to 
prevent the aprtnd of acabiea, a die* 
enM Of ahee p. ^ 

Miao MaryWilaon, 18, ol Vanc«< 

burg, attempted suicide at Covington 
by throwing heraell on railroftd tracka, 
but failed and waa dmgged off. 8ht 

decIarcH Itlieal Stegg of VaBMbori re- 
luaed to marry her. 



■oaaa a. aaiaea. Supt. 
OaMalB,Ky. 



BB. 4 a. aum, Sec 
CatiUKKy. 



PARKS HILL 
ASSEMBLY, 

Parks Hill. Ky. 

August 5th to 16th 

Inclusive. 



BIOQIB. BBIGHTBR, BBTTIB 
Tfcaa Ever Uefote. 



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FREE For "SumniMr Complaint 

The common ailmoat of theto hot day* !• "Sunuaer Complaint,'* 
or diarrhea. It ii very annoyiag and weakaning and upsata the 
stomach. The cauae of the trouble usually lies in food and water, 

which in the summer time are often laden with germs, but with 
many it is due to eating too much fruit or to eating over-ripe fruit. 
Whatever the cauie it is not good to take an astrinjjent rerni dy lliat hinda 
up the bowels and stops the flow too 



suddenly, Imt take a reliable, n.itural 
laxative like DR. CALDWELL'S 
SYRUP PEPSIN. 

Its antiseptic properttea remove the 
germs wtiich have beeDcausioR theirrita- 
tion. Children like il especially t>ecausa 
of Its fjentle action aod pleasant taste. 
Salts and purgative waters, tableta or 
pills, act so violently as to weaken you 
still more, and do but temporary good. 
DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN 
ia the best remedy you can obtain for 
eoostipation, indigestion, summer com- 
plaint or summer oolic, bilioosness, sick 
naadacha, ate. All dmnlata sail it aad it 
costa ooly 60 centa or ILOO a large Iwttle. 
It is lor all aeaibefa ot the familT and 
ahonld be year hoaaabo l d tamady for 



Tho«r who lisTe avTer y«t m%€d D 
n-FLL'K HVKI'I* PEPSIN mm4 wMliUEe.t* 

mmk» • tMt «ru a«fay a»yi«« !■ jyg|»; 

tknr a**ik«raribSb flMillykj MsdlBS ■■■•« 
■■a a44rM*t« tk« aMt*r.~Tk« CMpIr wUI k« 
••■t t* j«avkM«rM«ar«kar««. la (hIa wa; 
jaacaaaBaaatwhatltwIII tm witkaat Mat. 
Al.o, irihaMwa praaaau 4IW<alUaa that Sar. 
taniaa4«»h«rraaiaai*«a*cBi aaakle ta a»er. 
case, writ* • Uttw ia Itr. CaUwcH ci*laU- 
iu haw tka ^raaa tmnn 

SmU hait»«Mtarr eT 
• aparlaaaa tm ataaaak. 
Uvar aaa kawal 




wltkast ckarM. Waaaa 
wka haTC •hlltfrra .kaala 
•rad r.r ■•Hl'MMF.K Ml'O. 
tlEaTIUNH TO MOTH. 
Bits," aaatalalu lha 4aa- 
tar'a eSTlaa »m Aat. krs>* 
•M. a«a., U kat waatkar— 

DR. W. B. OALDWILL 

107 



■OLD BY J. JAM. WOOD * SON, DRUOOHn. 



LISTEN ! 

Hay harve-^t is ;ihoiif licre. -jo why not 
make work a pk-nsure by buying a 

Johnston Mower and 
Rake 

All anti'traat goods and warranted in every 
respect. For sale by 

Kirk& Kirk 



Alao we areioifering fine bargains in the 
Vehicle line, as we have a large dis- 
play in stocic and the season is pretty 
well ad van ed. 



The Ryder 
Paint Store! 

Can fill all your wants in the 
faint anil \Vall|aper Line. Es- 
tiniMteij c-heet(ullv fiirnishedatid 
a magnitiient line ol Wall- 
papers in tttock. Picture Fram- 
ing a tipec'ialty, and fine aseort- 
mant of Framea, Uoom Uoald- 
inga. Rubber Booflug, Oarpat 
and Building Paper. 

.MAY8VILLE. KY. 



INSOMNIA 



"I liiT» li»»n ajilns Ckimrrti fnr In.nmiila. with 
wblch 1 hava b««n atnicl*-'! fur (i^ar twruty yt htK, 
and I e*a aajr Ikal I'aicattti hmit girrn me more 
Tallat than any nthar raaiMI|t | kart crar tried. I 
•hall certainly raeoamaaa Utfm to mj triaudi at 
kalBt all »»'«» ara repratt bW." 

Thoi. Oniata. BIcta, 111. 



5«aT for 
ThaDowela 



^^^^ CAMOvaaMMmc 



Pleaiant. Palatable. Pnirnt. Tixt" 'ImoiI. Dedood, 
Never Sloken, Woakni ft Urir^. lOr. if.x-. lOc. Never 
• •'M In )>iiik. Tli» t." ii'iina teMel et»ini>a<l OCC. 
Uuarauli>c<l to r u i e or > uur money back. 

Sterling Remedy Co., Chieafo or N.Y. 99/ 

/UMQIL tILE, TEI MIUMl NXES 



The weather: Fair laeaday and 

Wednesday. 

Lexington now baa eleren rural 
null deHverr rootea. 

John Heydler ut Cincinnati luc- 
cosda the late Harry U. Palliam as 
Pneideat ot the Matioaal Leasne. 

The Qrand Army ot the Republic 
willaatemble at t^alt Lake City August 
9tb, (or the forty*third annoal Sn* 
campmtnt. _ 

There ia a revolt egaioat the new 
Tariff Bill Wanae there has been a 

"joker" dixcuvered In the leather 
achedule; inatead of "free bidea" it 
reads "hidee of cattle." It will all 
come oat In the wash. 

At Faria yesterday, Miss Alice 
Lloyd and J. Camphell Cantrill locked 
horns on the Equity-Btirley question. 
She referred to him a? "a hypocrit 
and unpatriotic," while Cantrill said 
Miss Alice was the "Freaa Bureau of 
the Bnrley Society." 

Washinoton', August 2d.— Uncle 
Sam's pocketbook suffered a big 
ahrinkage becaoae of the prohibition 
wave during the fiscal year ending 
July 30th last, during which period 
there waa a decrease of $26,290,778 in 
the whisky tax receipts as shown by 
the preliminary report of the Internal 
RevenAs Borean issaed today. Re- 
ceipts from beer and other liquors 
show a decrease ol $2,851,205 com- 
pared with 1908. 



COUNCIL 
PROCEEDINGS 



Sanitary Dry Cleaning Co. 

Prlee4Jtt tar Cteniii ai< Rretiii«: 

LADIKS' LIST. 

''"K" tt up 

(Joata. I 00 up 

bklrti M up 

J aekeu U n p 

WaliiK M........ Wup 

URMTLIMaMt LIST. 

Full DrMW Salts Jl M 

8ut» „ I 00 

omooala-. 1 00 

Ua«U «k 

Vaat, tenoy 38 

VaaU M 

Paatt m 

Worit oalM for aad Mlverad oa short 



Council met in regular aaaiias bat light, 
Mayor Stallcop in the chair. 

The Hqror reported that ha had edilacted 
during the yaat SNSth IM744B forBeanaaa 
iaaned. 

Thaieport af the FpUee Jsdga «aa aa fol- 
lows: 

Kinaa paid ^,..„„^,^,^.^.^Jt IS SS 

WorkM out ST SO 

Wofklng out ^ sn TO 



Total. 



<••••• •••••0 M • aa*e •• a* • aaea M ••••• •< 



.isn TO 



GRIFFIN BROS., ■" SUSr" 



a iMdala 
•11, nod ts tha taToiite paper 

uf tho pAopl,*. 



8PECUL PRICE ON 

Lawn Mowers Now! 



Frank Owens Hwdwmre Co» 



The report of tha CHy TVaaasrsc totals u 

below: 

Balanw • MS 81 

Bmselptt B,Be4 01 

Total • e,10«,iK 

BspendUuiei 4. SIB 30 

Bataoee on band .S 1,888 06 

Tha rapark o( tka ChtsM and Aeeoeati 

Committee waa as follows: 

AlDii and Almiboute I 113 SI 

Internal ImprovemeiiU Ml 00 

Om and elertrlcliy M 10 

Boardlnfcttiid Kuardtog pritonen. 103 SO 

Total II, tU 81 

The WUta Bohoal Faad tha peak Math re- 
ealfed $29.40. 

The following permits were grantad: 
8. B. Speacar, oaa-ttory frasM hoasa in 
Visa etieal, Oxth Ward. 

If OSes Holl, as addition to rS8iiasS8 il Car- 
■el atraet, 8iith Ward. 

Petitioaa fron rseidaaU of Fifth atreat aad 
Biatoe avaaea, raqaaatiag tha pattlag down 
of floaerota aidatralha aa aaid tkoroeghfares, 
were read ami rucvivad. The natter was or- 
dered placed in the baodi ot the Law* aod Or- 
dinaaee Conmlttee, with iaatnetioas to report 
aa acdiaaioa at aazt aaatiig caafatmtag to 
tha vlihoa of said patitleaon. 

The Chairman of the Irittroal Improrementa 
Cummittee waa ioitroctad lu mannfaotore 
enongh eoaerato tillag to eooiplete tha Snttoo 
atraalaavar to tha Saath aideef Third atrMt. 
tba work to ba pashad to aa oariy eoaspletlon. 

The matter of bricking Market atraet from 
Seeond to Third aad tha ooatianiag of Third 
street Bast aa far as Bwtat^ mil «ss tkiashad 
over for the forty-aaeoad ttaie. 

The Mayor, City Attoraoy aad Pavlag Com- 
mittee were iaitrooted to confer with Godfrey 
Haaaickar la rogani to a pavaiMat froatfag 
hto fsaparip il Iseaad sliest, nitk Wsfd. aad 
try for aa aqaitsUe sai sarfsaUs ssMsMat 
la tha aatlar. 

Tie GhaltSMi tt tke Wapa sid Maaaa Com- 
mitteo waa aatharisei le hsnev |t,BOO for 
eorreat aipeaeea. 

An ordinance amending an ordioaaee, £0t- 
eraiag the salary of the Treasarar-CoUaotor, 
•h«r*t7 said oflidal shall racatva |S00 lalarjr 
aad If oa all aaUaatieaa, is Haa «< praaaat 
eompeaaatlea, waa affarad aid a v<sa aoe* vota 
being takea, was dalaalad 8 to 4. 
▲Ijoanad to aaat AagaH 9tb. 



The CLEARANCE SALE 

At the New York Store ie Now 
in Full Swing. 

We were niehed all day aatartf ay witli eager bayera. We ofller 
poa aitll lietaer bamaiae, bas fom asaet oom poateenr and iaepeot 
ilMni. Ite8ieaabea>, a preeens trtta a is p aNlkaea. 

SPECIALS 

1 ,000 yarda frood qnalltjr Lawna, 4o. 

a. coo jrarda r*trn hpavjr Hrnwn Cnttnn. jrard wide, 5o a yard. 

BMO yarda Wlilir (iooda. In neat checks, no a yard. 

too paira Mlaara' fanpa. In patent leather, aold Ibr 91.80; 
now Mo. A aapplo Hae. 

Lad lea* yr i a S eeiPfeaaaa. two iota, dl.aa and tS.as. nice, 
«B«to^ito flOAdi. DM yoa ever liear tb« Hkar Ladlea* White 
LWen Bklrta, 6Se. Correetly nido, 

I.AnilCS' SHlRVWAins. 
We can't net enouK>i; ai Waiata 4IK), fa Waists 98c. 

I.AI>IK8' KVKMSHINOB KEDUCKD. 
(ilDKhnin I I'd ilcciaip, 4Ho. Maalin Underwrar Iran than the 
cloth. Hee the noc (.'DrNPt Covers at 20c. Lace trimmed I'rtticoata 
70c and QHc. Nice, cool Uresalna Saoka, ase. Lona Klnaooaa, dac. 

SPECIAL—Hau triBMed withoat obara* If yoa bay tiM aaa* 
terlal of ua. 

New York Store. 

S. STRAUS, Proprietor. 



uaa.r' 



HA VE A TIGHT ROOF I 



Mad Cedar 



Do Mot Ban ar 



Dt Diltr% STliuaMSa"'^*" '^**"' ^ **** •** 



YOU OAM PIM TOUR PAIM SO 



TOWN TALK FLOURt 



It Won't Fall Yon 
In aPlBob. 



Je Ca EVERETT & CO., Agents. 



Order ICE CREAM 



For dewe r t. Nothing better. 

I II ■ im II STRAWBERRY 



THONE 117. 



TRAXEL 



CHOGOUTE 
LEMON ICE 
VANILU 

Delivers to 
Your Home 



tSf"Iry Hnyler'a KoMted Coco* NIba, recommended by many 
pliyslclana fbr Invallda. aoo bottle. I 



The sitaatlOB ia Spain is itapror* 
lag. 

The House cut out provision for 
iree autos tor OoTeromeot officials. 



A marriage licenae was granted at CIdcId- 
aatl Satorday to Walter Uorton, aged 24, of 
Ihli oen^. sid Miss Ella Bash, aged 88. 



THINK THIS OVER. 

Wa offer your monev back if yoa vae a 
large bottle of Renll "93" Hab Tonic 
and are not aatiaSsd with what it doea for 
yen. Wo do thia bacanae it aeldom fails 
to dfeet a conplate cvie of dandruff, scalp 
irritatloB lad MlliBf hair. Caavoaaska 
better aigesteat m von ahoold tiy it F 
~ aliMb JSC. and Iki 



Thos. i. Ohsieasth, 



Tills 

Paris Green 
Every Time 



Yon lue Paris Oreen for a 
definite, practical purpose, 
and there is do ase fooling 
with a doabtful qaality of 
it. In using our special 
brand of Paris (ireen you 
are certain that you have 
tba bait there ii, the one 
with the highest killing 
power for tobacco worms, 
the one that is in every 
way the most economical 
to ase. 



.J. 



f 

nsi 



HATIVILII IT. 



Glasgow Times: "Why is it that a large 
maa always lakes a small vomaa sarlooslyr 
aala lha Padaeah Ne«e>DaBMorsl. Om fe*> 
SOD may be that "y r adaia paekagee are alwaya 
done np Id small pareab," aid aaothar reason 
may be that aba la hIa wife. 



Or. Ella K Hicks 

OSTEOP/kTH 
226 SuHon St. '£^Z,i?i^ 



Dentist 

Court street 9%eme47S 



W, F, POWER 



will 

Sell Tea 



Stoves 



Below 



Of aavelhar hoaae ta HaysvUle. 
Qowe aatf aee aleek. 



JSHN W. PSKTEI, 



••a 



MATSTIXXXtXT 



WHY PAY RENT? 

When yoQ can buy yourself — 

A hoBo for I 800 

A hoM for S60 

AhoMfor 460 

A hoM far BOO 

A kMM eos«a*«a.a«oea QOO 

A BMMI e aaoaaeoeeeaeoe TBO 
AkMMfVstee* 

A kOMI fli^a eaaso eoeaeaaee IjOOQ 

A hOSft • eeeeeeooaeeeeo 1 jKtf 

AhoMfSr L80e 

A hoM far poo 

AhoBofor S,000 

Ahoatofar tSOO 

AbosMfor 2,200 

A hose for 8.600 

A hoasa for 4,000 

A boisa for ttJSM 

A haiM fas* •.««••«.'•• S^BOO 

A hsBe lie. .•..•••«,»,.•• H jOOO 

IseUhsMS. 

FRANKDEVINE, 

REAL ESTATE ACE.^T, 



\ 





WMSKLY BKFVBrTCA\~l»t7. 
I y rVBLIC LKDUi:M-U»t, 



MATSYILLE, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1909. 



ONE COFT-^HBM OMOT, 



Remedies are Needed 



Wm« 



wa pcrfMt, wUoh irt an. not, madleiiiM wodd 
tan b* iwdtd. Bat •iaoa our tytteini havt Iw* 



WMkMMd, inpairad and broken down through 

laditorttioai which hava gone on from the early ages, 
tlwongh eountlaatf generationa, remedies are needed to 
aid Nature in convoting our inherited and otherwita 
aoqoired wealcneMaa. To reach the teat of ttoraach 
waaknett and oonaequent diftcntive troubles, there ia 
nothing to good as Dr. Pierce's Oulden Medical Discov- 
•ry, a (glyceric compound, extracted from native medio* 

in^ roots— Kold for over forty year* with fircat iatisteotion to all users. For 
Weak Stomach, Biliousnasa, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach after eating, 
Hearthurn, Bad Breath, Belching of fuoil, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal 
Derangements, the "Ditoovary" ia a time-proven and most aAaient remedy. 




The veaarabla 8. W. Nub, «bo haa baaa 

seriounly ill at his boms st Portsmooth for 
uveral weaki, ii reported ■■ aligbtly improrad. 



Tbc denutae hmm on ttm 
ogfMltfe wrmppw iMm 



Yoo oaa't afbrd to naeapt a a ae r at noatrwn aa a substitute for this non-alco- 
koHo. madieine op kno«n coMrosirioN, not even though the urgent dealer may 
tharapy make a little bigger profit. 

Dr. Piafoa's Pleasant Pellets reiiiilate and iavi|ont« 
Sugar-coated, tiny granules, cuKy to taka as 



Dr. P. 0 Smoot has poKtpooed his trip to 
Ma» York. 



ttmSim whhbaMaa aad 
fciM aa ara to larry lor aack 



tuMm vilkoat 



Both bonses of the Alsbams Lesiilsture 
reported farorabiy the Natiootl income tax 
■t 



' Hfe aUait livioK tbioK ia said to bs s 
tiptaaa (raa ataadiag ia Cbapaltapae, Mai., 
rapatad to ba 6,260 yaara of aca. 

OPCNt NEXT MONDAY 



BIgp Blnecmaa Fair nt Lntlnsion Con- 
Unnan Fall Week— Tbe Beat of Ita 
Kind— Oreateat Horae Show In 
' tb« W<irld— Splendid Kao- 
init— KxcellenC Car* 
nivnl FentntM 



The Bloegrass Fair opens st Laxiagtoa on 
aaitHoaday, AagMlStb, tad eoittoM aix 
diya aad nlgfcta. It la tha Arat laportaat lire 
stock show of thejesr. It will attrsrt NationsI 
atteotioo and recaiva NationsI aapport. The 
■oat faaooa herds of cattle and finest sbaep 
•ad (wiaa from all o?ar Anarlca will be laot to 
Laxlogtoo to eompeta, becatise a prixe won at 
tke BluecrsM Fair hh» come to be rsnked on a 
baait of Talaa aqaal to an award at any of the 
big Btata Faiia of tha eoaatry. 

Tba Fair op^aa oa Moadaj, Aagoat 9tb, and 
eoatlaiaa iIi daya aad aichta, Ihtaif k Sstar- 



day, Asgast 14tb. 
aapaa grat-claaa. 



■vaiy dagr will ba to amy 



Tbs Bsauilful PMiime. 

A tbeatar with some class u> it 

Motion Ploiurft ttiat are rttnsd, 

amoslac and Initruotlve. 

Miss PhylllK Olenn. 

the clever liulc thiger, 

will etitertitln you 

witb H new toDs loDlgbt. 

I Love. I Love. I Lofa My Vtf*. 

but Ob, you Pasttiaat 

I eeats pays alt. 



A pbraaa «a lomatines bear— "I Joat 
waahad ay kalr ud 1 eaa't do a tblag with it." 

Dr. 8. R. Bamar will oeenpy rooaia ia tha 
rirat Natiaaal B«ik Balldlic Baptaabar lit. 

taila, tia* if it hwti yov ta«a; aoaa paopla 
bare to ba eraal Ift ba ktod ta thaaaahaa.— 

Richard Carle. 



Tba lata Marena Daria left all hia property, 
both real a«4 paraoaal,to bia wifa. BaUia 

Davis, to do with aa she sees fit. She also 
qualified sa Exscntrix of paid estate, with 
Charles D. Pearce sarety <>ii ! md. 



NEW OFFICERS 



ThoM EliotBd by tbf Farmra' ind 
Tratftrt' Bank 



At an electloB bald yeatarday moniiag tba 
following were elected Officers snd Directors 
of t^ Paraata' aad '''radara' Baak of tbia oity : 

PraaMart— Joba J. Parriia. • 

First Vice-President— W. R. Newell. 

Second Vice-President — T. L. Bolton. 

Secretary— John U. Bovldai. 

Caabiar— C. B. Paarca. 

Bookbaapar J. P. Waltoa. 

Diraotora— Job! J. Perrine, W. Scott Os- 
borne, W. R. Newell, Rou P. Gaolt, T. L. Hol- 
ton, George II. Diener, W. L. Baltot, Jobo K. 
Boiidaa, T beaaa Malait. 

ASPBOJtAUST SATf: 

"PUbb Oan't Be Thoroughly 
• Oarad By Outward 
TrMtmsnt" 

Dr. J. 8. Leoabardt of Lioeolo, N«>) , the cele- 
brated specialist, who haa studied every phase 
of piles, says: "Piles can't be thoroughly cured 
by ointments, nor any other outside treatment 
The cause is internal, and needs internal treat- 
ment." Dr. LeoDbardt perfected Hem-Uoid, 
the first internal pile cure. It frees cireala- 
tioa in the lower bowel, and has cured 'siit of 
caass. 

Sold under guarantee at J. James Wood &. 
Son's, Uaysville, Ky. Price $1. Dr. Leonhardt 
Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y., prop. Write 
for booklat 



OUR MID SDAIMER 8H0£ SALE 
18 NOW ON! 

Sweeping price reductions in Men's, Women's and 
Cfliildren's Hot Weather Footwear, 
in black, tan and white. 

BERKLEY'S Shoe Store 



URNITURE 



1 

i0 ORGANS I 



Anything you are looking for.in the Furniture . 
liofl may be (oand in oar attire. We ere offeriog 
epieiil om|»Ibs in Parlor aod PDwh FamlMre. 

There it No Lack of Pianos I 

The country is full ol them, gooil, bad taxi In* 
different, and it is eaxy to liad a big range of 
prices, some very high and some very low, but 
aucb good Fianoa like the BMITH & NIXUN, 
EBEKBOLE and KOHLER A CAMPBELL are 
not to be found in one atore emy day. In fact, 
we doabt my mnoh if they oan be found any 
day or anywhere but in our elore. Batielaction 
ia what yon gal whan yon bay one of theee 
Piano*. '.' Oontraat the quality of theae 
F Pianoa with inatramenta of aimilar grades else* 
where and yon'll note a marked diHerenre. We 
have theae three makes from the lowest to the 
most expensive. 

We have a large number oi oaed Organs on 
hand at preaent which muat be aold. We, there* 
fore offer aome of them a* low aa (lO. Theee 
Organa were taken as part payment ftoa partlee 
who pnrchMad new pianoe ol m. Osnu and in* 
apael lhaat Organp, aa Omm u« aooM great 
baraaina aaa ong th^. 

Brisbois & Diener 




niRIIAM- -HARTLEY. 

Mr. Walter Darbam. aged 22, of Lewis 
ooeaty, aad Miia Linia Hartley, egad 16, of 
Maaoa ooeaty, were iMtrM bare yaotatdag. 




BBBaaa toaaa. t. a. o. r. 
■agalarMSillat ef DaKalb Lodfo Vo. 11,1.0, 
a r, at SeKalb Ledge Hall at T:ao tbIa eeeaiag 

B. B. Poum, v. O. 
^aha W.ThoBipaea.aaaiatafy. 




wtahdottzthibc, I. o. n. m. 

iti'Kular Council of Wyandotte Tribe No. 8 this 
evHDiDK at 7,30. Clilofi will pisasc taka notlos 
and attend laiiie. \V. O. OOUITBlIt 

Duke White, C. o( R. 



KIIP YOUR HBAD UNCOVIRlDb 



•fa Hat 
■•tea DuarwC Oaraaa. 

There are many men who wear their 
hata practlf'alljr all the tlmn vi-ht-n awaka, 
and are blaaaed with n heavy shook of 
hair: yet It tha acnipn <>f theae aatne men 
once became lnrost<vl with dandruff 
aertna, the paraaltes would multiply all 
the quicker for I.icli of air. Baldness 
would ensue as the final reault. New- 
bro'B Ilerplclde klUa theae irerms and 
atlmulatea unhealthy hair to abumlnnt 
growth. Herplclde Is a r'^^'ant hair 
dreaalnK as well aa a dnmlrutT c'.ir» and 
contains not an atom of lnJurlou.i sub- 
stance Sold by leadlnr druesrlsts Send 
10c. In atampa for aample to The Herpl> 
clae Co.. Detroit. Mlcb. 

II Bottlss Guaranued. 
J. JAMBS WOOD * BOM, Speetal AgseU. 



It ii a good Idea to lot a giri gNe a party 
eaaioaaiir; she takes sach aa lat awa t ia 

^lottiag the boose cleaned ap. 

■•w*a TklaT 

WeolterOaa Haadred DoUati Bewardtor aay 
of Catarrh tbataaaaat ba aarad by Hal's 
OataffkOata. 

V. J. OHBHBT * 00.,TaMa.O. 
We.the anderstcBed.ha?akBowaF. J.Ohaasy 
leilhalaatlSyaars,aaaballatahlaipariaatlyhaa. 
stabls la all baalaaasltaasaatleaaaad aaaialaBy 
aMataaairyaataayahUgatieaaMdabyklian 
WALDtm, Xnnuii A UAttm, 
Wholesale Dragalsts, Toledo, O. 
Ball'sCatarrh Cure Is tskea lateraaUy.aetlag 
directly upon the blood andmneonssarfaecs of the 
S7«t«ni. Testlmonlalt lent free. Price 75 cents 
p«rbottle. Sold by all DrupKiiti. 

Take Hall's Family PIIU f oiooosUpatloa 




In our West front window and we 
think you will see something that 
will interest you. Com« in 
and we will tell you 
about it. 

J. JAMES WOOD & SON 



RU66LE8 CAMPMEETIN6 



Ledger Correspondent Writes En* 
tortaininflly of What's Going On 



RDeou<OAMPaBoiniDe,Aag. 1st, 1909. 

This closes yoer aotas for the year 1009 at 
this plaoa. It haa baaa a good Campaieatiag, 
a aaeeasafal oaa, toe. aad tbat la sflta of tba 
■oat axtrena weather coaditioas we hare arsr 

experienced oat here, riinglDg from the hottest 
day of the sommer to days cold enoogb to 
wear ofaroe e ta vltb eewfort,aad froa diat at 
the beginning to a continastion of ngod aad 
rain tbat have parsistad la sta}iag witb na till 
tha aad. 

Tba laat Satardag ia always a day of iioM* 

what regratfal feoliogs, as it is the Isst dsy 
the eampara really bare together, for oo Sao- 
day wa wast aatartaia tba arowds. 

Bav. W. B. Morria prsaebad at 10 a. m. 
Rot. Baotoo condacted the cloBlog Yonng 
People's serrioa at 3 p. on. Brother Bunion, 
wbo has badebargo of theee ■satlags tbrwegb- 
oat tba sarlaa, has endesred himself moi-e than 
ever to these people, wbo already lorad hia. 
At tha close of tba aar? lea a rialag rote of 
tbaain was giroa hia tor aablag tbaaa SMSt- 
inga so attraetife aad ba^fbl. Throngb bis 
skill aad mathoda tbis baa baaa oaa of tha 
boat of aU tbo BMOtlago. 

Dariag tbo Toaag Paopla^a w aatl a g Mrs. 
Bunton and Mrs. De^msn were given the op- 
portoaity of talliog the aodisace of tha good 
work daae ia tba Waasaa'a oMatiag. aiao ma- 
tlosiag plaaa aada for some faithful and effi 
cient work la tba boaia Chnrch of each lady. 
These plans ara a dlroet raaolt of tha woman's 
■oatiaga aad ara aeia to yield fiait fbr tba 
Master. 

As the Jay drtiw to a close a most ezupe- 
ratlag raia set in, sending a thrill of disap- 
pale f aat to tba taataie, wba faered thet tha 
attaadaasa woald ba laasaaad, bat by tha hoar 
of tba avaalag sanrica tba Tabernacle waa well 
flllad aad ware tbrilhd aad inspired by oaa of 
tba iltaiMl. awat eeafMag avaafpHatia aar- 
mons of the whole canpmeetlne by Rst. J. A. 
Chayaaa. Kar. Cbapmaa ha^ baaa a moat 



aiagiag salaa, aad wttb daata, OMla qaartattaa 
and readerieg most eicellent assistance ia tha 
ebona work. Agaia, we hope be will ooaia 
agala. MagafWa Mha wffl bate aa ogpartaaMg 
to bear him sing dnriag tba coalag Coafaraaee 
to ba bald at tba Tblrd Mroat M. B. Oartb ia 



Sevaral aaaa out from MsyiVllie this after- 
noon toatay till the floisb, namely— Joseph U. 
Dodsoa, Prank Goodwin. S. 0. Portar, Mrs. 
Charles Ptat aad Cbarlas B. Paarea. 

Ha Jaat •laalda'V atay awM- Wo rafir to 



iodgo Qoorge W. Dya, wbo strayed iato oaap 

sgain today. Ererybody was glad to see his 
jovial face again. Ha Is qoite struck on Rug- 
clss CaapaMatlag. 

Rev. P. J. Maraoty of Cincinnati cams out 
during the afternoon witb Mr. I. Ii. Lane. 

"Bloomer" Smith bu adopted a dog since 
eoalag oat hero. Bo baa ebriitaaad Ua 
"Caaipmaatiag." Tba poor canine has been 
eompellad to go aboat drassad op ia tba aost 
gandy togs arar siaca kia adoptloa. 

All aigbt it ratead. tba Caapgroaad pre- 
senting a most dismal night tbis morning, and 
no one thought wa would have moch of a 
crowd, bat people wbo prepare to go to Camp- 
■astlag doat eaaally let a little raia datar 
tbaai, se ea it stopped toward noon, the attend- 
aara baa laoa very near tfae average- 

Usysfilliaaa, toe aaaarooa t« ■aatlae.eoold 
be ssea at aeary tnra. It waa a very orderly 
throng, all sasmisg to sajoy thsmselves. It 
was a Cbnreb-goiag crowd, too, aa they fiUsd 
the Tabaraaala at avtry aartiee. 

ll»>v U. A. Wallingf 'r l led the praise ser- 
vice, which, as uanal, was a happy aaatlag. 
Ouriag tbia aaatlag Bar. Ueatoa road a latter 
writtae by the raearabia Bar. H. C. Nortboatt 
to (hose assembled. Macb to the regret of 
all. Brother Norlbcnlt, wbo wu chiefly iostrn- 
aeatei ia fbaadieg tbia Oaapaoetlag,aad wbo, 
M far aa we know, has never missed before, 
was prevented by the infirmities of age from 
sttesdiag this yesr. His Istter wu full of 
tendaraaoa aad kiad ftgaida te tbo eaapoia. 
After raadlag tha letter Rev. Bunton pre- 
ssntad a raaolalloa signed by all tha Miaistsrs 
prssaat eoaroyiag to Brotbar Nortboatt oar 
regrets at Ua abssass aad oar tsedsrast re- 
gards sod most hopeful wishes that be may be 
spared still many years. This (ssolntioa was 
adopted by a ataadiag rate. 

RsT. Dr. Mavaaty j w i rt ad at 10:90 a. a. 

and 7:30 p. m. two stirring sermons. Rev. (]. 
W. Baatea praaokadat 3 o'clock, giviag us an 
usually goal earaae. 

Tha lut Minister to arrive came in this 
morning, the Rev. W. U. Unney of Walllag- 
ford, Ky.. tkoa aaklag fuUy twaaty Miaiatars 

It is alwaya sad to note the closing bonrs. 
A large aadkeaoe baard tba iMt saraoa by Dr. 
Maeaaty. At tba elaae ol the aanaee tbo 
ChriotioM eM Meaablii ia f»oat of tbo altar, 
told bow tha Oaa|aaoth« had haM 
all saag baartlly *nUsat Ba thaTto Thai 
repeated the L«rd1s Prayer tagatbar aad thea 
tba ftsat b a a adiottoa waa iioeeeeood. Haay 
liagarad to aay g oad bys. It ttsasd hard ta 
leave the dear old taberaaeie, bat it bad to ba 
dons. In the aoraiag good-byes will be said 
again aad we will all go hoao, tha better for 
havlH attaadad the tbirty-Utb soaioa af 
Bi«glse OaapaeatlN^ Vhia^; i.a. a. 



Raspberries 



Hom»« 
Grown 



ARE NOW COMING I 



The crop will not be large, ami persotiHwho want them should plaew 
their orders as early as possible in orticr to hv rcrtiiin to get them. The qual- 
ity eo far is very fine and will rIvc f^mislat tioti. 

As the season advanrcx otiif i Fruit" will he coming, such aa caltivated 
Blackberries, riiimN, I'chcIh «, .Vpplpp, <^f'., and you can alwaya in aeaaon.' 
find the best at my houHp. 1 Iihvc a very iHrge supply o( 

Mason Ptult Man 

MO 



Star Tin Canal 



Which will be sold at UNUSUALLY l,OW FJUOKS. Vegetables of all kiode* 
are^now cominK fine, and io a very ebort time Bowtbam vegetablee will be a 
thiPK ol the pant for thin KPaooo. My boaae will atlall tinae ba beadqwartara- 

f ir the bent in tlx' market. 

Special Cut Prices on Canned Goods Continiw. 
Tha Bttt Coffees, the Finest Teas, Perfeetisn 
FlMir and the 6enttina Star BraMI M Canvaaa 



Meata and Fhiest Lard. 



R. B. LO VEL, 



The Leading Grocer 
Wholesaled Retail 



TELEPHONE 83. 



Co Put the 
?ini$l)ing Couches 

on tlif i^rujitest -ici-iTi"-. in the 

history of our li<iii>e. «»• Mit; < uttiiiir all nur 
two-pieoo *tiits and lif^Lt weights one half, 
or .'.(ic on the tlollar. 

THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY 

Kciiii'iiilii'r. wt' rue tli»' jifipl,- who .•it'll tlie 
iTood (lilt'-. — tho Hart, .'^chatliier iVr^AIarx, 
tlie Kdcrlieimer. J^tine A' Co. iuake*i. 
Come ijuick it you want Hr-st choice. They 
won't last. 

J. WESLEY LEE. 



The Good Clothes Man 



N. E. Corner Second 
and Mariiat Streata. 



Tba beaatifal xoMaarod, Kaateeki's Stst 

flower, '\i uoJ()( tlitf Ikd J')ho Cri Liojrd, t&e 
botaaieal szpart uf (.'inciooati, it is a dan- 
garooa. aoiioes "wasd," aad sboald ba attar- 

ainated. Tbe guMeorod, hs lafs, is tbs worst 

ulTeoder, slthnu^th it hnppcn.'t ti> be a weedthit 
becsase of itd rHUfniiiUnc-. (>i a decorative 
Sower, Dot a few perunna fancy But it iit a 
Bozlooa waad aod uugbi to ba destroyed. 

OOUNYKV PMODCCK 



Today'iigaotaUOBeBy It.L. Manchea 
lur, Kayatiinr OwiaiMierolal Co. 



frla«s» .wetiii»t| •'aiocktbliaeralae- 



a«Di, w ft- 

Tnrkays, f 

Batter, per a , 

lcas.perlotea,.„ 
apr,ager« 



.IBs 
.lla 
.lea 

.IN 

,..ie 



COLUMBIA 

Indestructible 
Cylinder Records 

3Sc 

The clear, full, bril- 
liant tone of Colum- 
bia Indestructible 
Cylinder Records is 
the best reason for 
their sensational pop- 
ularity. 

They tit any cylin- 
der machine and last 
forever. 

U W. aeoMd atNsl, KagSTlUa. Ky 



L 



"^'^fSTfiucr/ste 



KUNTZ & BRAOFOSe 

ARCHITECTS. STAIR-BUILDERS. 

CAariiinit. 



biilarKement made IVoui pbobM.. 
Crayona •l.ftO; Paatela sa.SO, Inolad- 
InKrk-aniM. AtMMinUftelllneor lOxaa 
rrainrd pletBB«a at St. ■■sbroMletT 
niatprtala of all ktnde. atunpiiiir • 
specialty. 



moamAPXT 



vovu 



AnntiuHctm*nt$ tor ck^oAcm, U; county oM 



car. 



Aseasaoa. 

Wp »rp »ult...ri/ed to anDoanoe W. M. DAUGR- 
rKTV u caijilulHit* for t«.«lectloB to the olDoe of 
I ii> Atii-nkor kt tba November elect Ion, ituv. 

We an aatborlied to aaaoaaos MARTIK C 
BI BSLBY as a eawUdate f or 0|ty Assssaer at tha 
Norenber eleotloa, ieo». 

We are authorized to aBBOunae C. J. HAVCKK 
a oaadldaw for elcottoa to the oOoe of Olty As- 
leasot at tbe Moveaiber alsotloa, Ittl. 



CITT TLKHK 

Wa are antborlzed to annouoo)! WILLIAM t. 
KCBWIM asaoaadhUie Iter the oOoe ol Cttr 
Clerk at tbe NovesibaroleetloB.Mde. 

Wp itre Kiiihnrired to announoe BABOUa 
COLLINS Ita n I'aiidiilale (or the ntfOft atO 

I'liTk kt thp XoVi'IuIht flection, ItOS. 

Wp ar« authori/p(l lo snBouaee ROBERT 
TOl'P aa aoandldmp for tha offloe of City CIrrk 
at tbe MoTeaiber election, i we. 



Wa are aathorlxed to aoBOBooe B. B. rou 
unTaajkaaadMlata for CityOMi at tha JHv. 
ToMhatalsat l aa, IM. 



We an MthsMsad to BBUOB aHAVr 
UtalH Oity Oletk at ibe Vemabet 

ttOD, iNi. 



Olid Ida 



OBiBP ur roiicB. 
We aio authoriaed to aaaaaaas JOHK . 
anoBTas a oaadldate for Cblef of Pellea ot tba 

City of MayiTille at thr November election, ISOS, 
We are aulhoriied i>' Kiiuounoe UARR\ A. 
ORT aa a oaBdldale (or re eleotloa to tbe oOoe it 
chiat el Mlae at tha aty at MafavUla at tha M*. 
eeasber etaetlea, Itoe, 

We are authorlzeil to koiiouivi' JOHV BPa!> 
KuHU M a oandldntp (urCbu f of I'oltop of ilir 
City of MaytvlUc at tbe aotuiog MoTeaitier «i«o- 



lUToa. 

W e are autborltee to aBBonnee THOMAa H. 

RUSSKLL a* a c«ndldaie (or Mayor of tha Ctty 
of MayivlUe at the Novpinber election. 19W. 

We are antborlzed to aaaouaea J. WBSLBY 
LBB aa a aaaiiaata for Mayee or Mm O^at 
MayeTille at the Boremlwr eliBMsa. MM. 

We are aiittaorUed to aBnoaaas W. OBOW- 
RLL at a oandldate for Mayor of the City 
MayavlUe at tbe entulac November«' — 



;ity of 
, ibss. 



roLlCE ii'uaa. 
We urt' aiithorued t.> iinnouDO* JOHN Im 
WHITAKKB aa a ooBdkdau for te-eleeUuB to tha 

~ ol PtJiaa jadae^of uh> catf el Mvenuo a|. 



- ■-^■^ — .. w.. .. .. ^ . irTn uni H i i ^ di- ,!, ■ ^ » m kiA 'y llt ik m i . -'-r ^^ ^-.mm^ 



MiiPlip 



I 

€ 

tw 







Blue Serge, All- 
Wool, Fast Color, 

Skeleton 

Goats 

$3.50 



Geo.H.Fraiik&Co 

I . .. JUVmiri FOIEMOST GIOTHIERI. 



EllBLl(|g|gpLKm>iF.R 




AN INCIDENT 



1 



A few yean aioce there dieJ in Boone 
QOUBty, at an adrucud tga, Cbarl«« BMjamlii 
tettb, tkt yoaagMt uraadiM of ChariM Saith, 
«Ba of tha pionaara of Boarbon coaaty. Hu 
koaa (tood oo the rreat of a bill overlouking 
tka vallay in which ia tilaatad the caUbraUd 
""Wk Boia Uek." aad aat far froa tka dtotct 
Toad to CiDcinnati. 

le the «arl7 7«ar» nf the Cifil War, Smith 
owaad a horaa broken to the gaitaaad poaaaaa- 
(■« tw gM4 qialltiaa vhU iMwa far Kaa- 
taoky tboroogbbred* their superiority to all 
othar saddle boraaa. Wbaa CinoianaU »aa 
oceapiad by tka Fadaral troovt. Ua wifa par- 
ilrtiit'j Bffad Ua to take tba aniaal to the 
"UUa of Licking" asd bide it where anldiera. 
«rko wwa eoatiaaalljr roaming over the caan- 
try, eaald sot flad it UavUllit. hovtrar, to 
liaprive bioiself of a mijaot no mach more sat- 
iafaotory than any other he conld tiod. Smith, 
oa varioaa pretazta, deferred this precantioo- 
mj ■lima, vUab ho ntiUy ptow l aad to 
iparform wkOMrar the matter was mentioned 
— aad that avary time ha departed from 
kom. 

Oaa Suday aonlag ha left hia hoasa to at- 

taad serTices at a Charch in the neighborhood. 
Tha boor for dianer paased, then that for snp- 
tad atiU ha had aokrataned. Hia wifo 
mm la giMk diatraaa ooaoaraiag bin, oaable 
to imagine ony other cna^^ for the delay ex- 
oapl Ibat lie iiwi ueva iujured ur perhaps 
UM ia trytof ta proraal aoldiara from ood 
liacating his steed. Finally, b iwever, long 
•fter Diidnight, she beard h'n footsteps coming 
Wf tba hUi. Her first tbonght was, "Well, the 
TMkMo hm eaptirad tha horn, bat, tkaak 
Baaveo, they didn't get him!" Natmlly.ax- 
paeting to see a woa-hagoaa oonntaaaMO, ake 
MU rather poislad at hia air of alatlea aa he 
Mfwir Us aaddla dova apoa the porch and 
etepped in at the door which she had opened at 
Jiis approach. He then eiplatoed that daring 
the aatrtaaa a gaatleaaa aaaia ia aad qaiatly 
^biapared to bin and three or toor others to 
go oDUide at once. They obayad, and were 
told to aeoonpany bim to the hoaso of a neigh- 
«or. 

Here they were introdacad to Geot ral J >ho 
iJ. Morgaa, who bad aada his way thus far 
«fut bia aaaapa froa tha Ohio Paaitaatiary. 

Tha aaaianatloa throogh tha araaiag ud 
•wariy part of the night waa chiefly cnnfioed to 
4ay i ataK aad diacossiog methods of reaebiag 
4ha8o«th. GraAMllyaplaavaBaTolfadwhieh 
«Mt tha aMToral of all. 

Late that night, to avoid the risk of being 
aaan by cbaaoa travelers, the little cavalcade 



' We arc goinq to sell you 

Glass Fruit Jars 

at Low Prices 

as we have bought them so we can sell cheap. Also 
Star TIN CANS and JELLY GLA88E8, 20c to 30c 
the doxen. Get our price before buying, we will 
save you money. 



We have for sale some good country shoulders at 
I si cents per lb. Buy one today. 



J. C. Cablish 4 Broe, 



QUAUTT QROOERS. 



Bet forth. Morgaa roda ia aapriag wagoa 

with hishott: the others were on hnroebsck. 
At the road leading into Smith's Unse they 
halt*!, ailt waa laeaaiiiy that aU bat tha 
f ugitivaa shoald be at their homes in time to 
escape notice from early risers. Morgan had 
at once fixed apoa Smith's horse as the one 
whieh ha wlahod ta rMa; hat aa Sahh, Uka all 
uf the family to which ha haloagaJ, vta a man 
of great site, bis saddla waa too iaiga to be 
coafortahla for tha Qaaaral aad «aa axobaagod 
for a amallar oaa. Thara waa a qaiek disparaal, 
aad llorgan rode away to the Sooth. 

When pnraoit was close, ia tha bills of 
Soothara Kaataaky. Meriaa aa4 Biaaa ax- 
changed horses. They separated, and llorgan 
sacceedtd in reaching Tennessee. Hines, be- 
coming bewildered io the rough country, waa 
captarad. 

The horse waa appropriated by one of the 
offlcers. Sovitb saw it several tinea afterwards 
ia Ciaciaaati. Naailaaa to aay, ha aarar laM 
any claia to it. ^ 

When its new owaof iaft tha eitf tha hona 
went with him. 

Tha report that tha Graaa Liaa staamer Ta- 
coma atroek a aaag la tha tirar aear Oallipolis 

and laok Sunday proved to be antrne. The 
boat did have some little trouble, bat wat never 
in danger, and paased down on her regular trip 
to Ciaciaaati bat a faw boars babiad lime. 



^tf^taadard Sawi^ Maehiaaa at Garbrloh's. 



It was Dr. Hale who gave to tha world the 
famous ttanz i 
"Look up and not down. 
"Look forward aad aot baek. 
"Look oat aad aot la. 
"Lend a hand." 




The gSk'*^ marlieS I and rising 

A SIMPLE QUESTION. 

Mayavllle People Are Hequeateit to 
Honeatly Anawer Tbla. 



Is not the word uf a representative citizen 
of Uaysville more convincing than the doubt- 
ful nttaraaeaa of paopla liviag avarywhora 
elao la tha Uaioa? Baa4thia: 

Mrs. Delia Meana, 828 Eaat PNtt atmt, 
Maygville, Ky , says: 

"About saren yeare d^:^J kMiiey truulile made 
its appearance in my cnn^, thu tirat symptom 
being a nharp puin through luy kiUneye, 
aacompaoied by a bearing-down fanliog across 
my hipe and leios. Dull, operable headaches 
soon began to bother- me, and I of tea 
became so diny that if I did not eatoh hold of 
something I would have fallen. 4 eoatlBaod to 
grow woraa, ontil I waa often confined to my 
Tiad for a weak at a time. No remedy I used 
helped me, and I wan in a bad way. 
Dropaical swslliniis appeared, and thara waa 
an alaioat eomplota rataatioa of the kidaoy 
secratloaa. My body alao bloated, aad it waold 
bo laipoaalhia to daaBriha tha mlaary 1 eadarad. 
I had ahoat daapairad of arar baiag eorad. 
whea I raad of a paraoa who bad beaa froad 
of a aimilar troabia by Doan'a Kidney Pilla. 
Deoidiag to try then, I procured a supply at J. J. 
Wood dc Son's Drugatora, and I obtained eo muob 
relief from the first box that I continued tak- 
ing the remedy until entirely cared. I have no 
heaitatloa ia sayiac that Doaa'a Kidaay Pttia 
aavad uj Ufa.* 

Tot aala by all dealers . Price 50 cents 
Poatar-lfllbara Co., Buffalo, New York, aola 
ageata for tba Oaitad Stataa. 

Remaaharlka aaaa— Daaa'a— aal taka aa 
athar. 



NALONE & CO. 

SMi^c' Hsrirs to Miinc D.ulton A Itro., 

High-Class LIVERY, SALE and 
FEED STABLE. 

Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
SADDLE HORSES and 

FANCY TURNOUTS 



A SIMX'I \I.TV. 



Far QUALITY 
and QUANTITY 

Of Ught Use 
O.B. TUN08TBN LAMPS 




Advanea 

the In 



ia Electric 
of the 



The Oreateat 

Lightin;; since 
Incandescent Lamp. 

A$i MS /sr PHe^ $ tmi Otktr ttiftrwuMtt 



J 



y^opU s Column I 

No c Mr gel ,iL'rr;::;''vr, 

A«wa* 



/y MMMTts /wt le eeiM r«e jlrsi NsM. «fe «a«Mi OS 
ma»it reasWWsiis ws e rs wsssssa rn >e sesiww iii>w « nmt 
advtrtua ftr. W» withmtvmttfi I f /ml lktt»ai 
art not t mpMtmt on «f *y enr'Aws seliMMs. 

a0 ^aisillSMs WMt /WnMM <3|W.<eMr* sow U 
Nfi •( liba aPM er ssm a« Mwii. 

jnkja 



A4v*rtt$tmmlt Miulfr Ml* AetMMnf.iiet leess O iM 
He* ti»tt, le eswM mm aissi W se, er se esns* • tsesC. 



W.\NTID-TO RRMT-A plaoa to farm. I 
hiiTe rorei- rnoiKh to rnlae It aefos of to- 

Ittcoo niid )fi nc.Ti't nt ciirn. Call on or address 
KMERY 01 Y. K. F. 0. No. 1 tn ears of R. M. 
HyWt. aul iw 



w 



AM'RI) 
IIhII 



-COOK — Kxperlenoed, at White 

AllS Iw 



COOK— And houae jltl Ic family 
A jood beoM aa<rgoo<i wukhii. 
Mr> SHRRMAN ABU, V0.MI Kaotltcond tir<-M 



vv of two. 



Su'h Ward. 



H118 I tv 



VVyANTEU--KIRSTCl.A88 COOK - R<«iiliir 
vT home; good wafei. Apply to Mrs. .S. I'. 
IIROWWINO. «06 Weit Second atreet. l>-«8 Iw 



WANTBD-BOARDIM— Day, week or meal. 
Table iMpplled with the beat the market 
afford!. Service better than the beet Special 
attention RlVPii tM dinni-r mrvice for ladlsa aad 
Tiklton from the I'oiinlry (.ivf ua a ooll. We 
will pleaaa you MKii. THOMAS RYAM. Market 
street. julT 



for Jak. 



A4X'frft%tm^$ un'tr* thit \radtno, not exc^ndtfu 
Hi Unet, 10 rerUt ench t*4frr/i«rt. or M cen<« a U/mm 



F 



OK SALE on IIEST-JIOI SES-Apply to R. 
v.. WAL.L.INGFORD. auiSl 



but adt'«r(tier< »iu<< /w mt'i tf^t copy 



I (>ST-NOSE OLASSES-Steel rim at Rail 
1^ rxTk. \V»fl!i""dsy. Return to Chief IIARBY 

ly« iw 



A URT .ind rtri'ivi- rfward. 



LOST-IIOUMU-WhIte and black spotod. 
Any Information about It pleaie notify 
HENRY MBYBRS, the loe man, and raoelv* re- 
w»td. B^l I w 



I O.ST-OOLD BAT PIM— let with pearls and 
li rubles. Please return to Mn. B. L. MAM- 
CH K8TB6 and receive reward. )y3l Iw 



OST — GLOVE- For right bead, between 
\J Uridfte and Car Bare. Batora to D Mc- 
LANAHAX on streetcar. ' ]y3n Iw 



LOST— HAT I'lS-On alr">t.'l» of Maysvllle yps- 
(•'nliiv !if ti-riiooT). ifnUI coil-heiia tmi pin 
hliiiliT Hlfl pli'Hs^' I.Miv.' Ill this oine<'. )>'a Iw 



LOST— SriT CASE Li Hther. on C. and O. i»it 
Sunday mrrV. Q. 1). .Miclile. Return to 
Li'dner ofHc and receive >5. Jyg7 Iw 



LMT— WATUH PIM-«et wlih pearls, some- 
I where oa Tblid atieat. Binder please leave 
atthlaofloe. j>>riw 



Found. 



F 

have lame by applying tol 
Ooe aad yiovlag pcopany. 



OUND-CiOLD WATCH-ln Foiir'h S r.-t C 
and O. Drput in ClnclDoati. Oaiht cjiii 
Ticket Agent at I hi* of- 
Jjf«7 IW 



Farmers ! 

See us before aelling your 
wheat, especially grade No. 
2. We pay the bfgheat mar* 
ket price. 

Remember, We Do Custom 
Grindinge 

MAGNOUA 

R. A. CARR, Prop., 

NAYSVILLE. KENJUCKY. 



FLOUR 
MILLS 



aiVE YOUR EYES A HOLIDAY 

Ytar ayts htTe been working -at 
least aiztcen boars a day and seven 
days each week, with no time off for 

lunch. Do you expict them to con- 
tinue to do this year iifttT year without 
aseistaiii'e? If you run't ^o to the 
mountains or bea I'oaat, you can, at 
least, give your eycH a rest by wearing 
the proper lenseB to correct the errors 
of refraction. Headache, nervoueness, 
indigestioD, ate, when caaaed by eye 
strain, will be relieved at once by auit- 
able lenaea. 

There is no one within fifty miles of 
Mayxville who in as thoroughly compe- 
tent to correct errors o( refraction as 

J. A. SIMPSON, 

Who has his suite of offlcea in tbt 
First National Bank Building. 



Clearance Sale 

; " NOW OOXNd ON AT - 

HOEFLICH'Si 

See the 6c and lOo Tablta. Ihty hava many my srtat bargain! thai 
cannot be duplicated and art oot maatioaad la advertlMmant bcettiN ot 
amallneaa of quantity. 

Vor thd newest in P9plina and Saitinga with Trimminga coma her*. 

Tha atock of (*anm«r Hoaiarr la an«qaal«dJo atyla, fvlet and WitriBf 
qnalitiei. 

Neweat Hair Ornaments, ReltinR*, Belta, Combs, Gloves, Laces and 
other Novelties. We never stop Kfttiot,' in new goods, so come often. Some- 
thing thnl tnisht interest you ban come ninre you were here. 

Short lengtha ot everything found in a drygoods bouse at greatly re* 
dncad price. Daaignw and SttindMd Faahion BhtaM,. 

ROBERT L HOEFLICH. 



Sole Agent 



Horoeia Skirts, 
Ponjr Stock in KM, 
Amerloan Lady Corseta, 



The Big 4. 




THE STATE NATIONAL BANK 

NAYSYIUE, KY. 

rapital e . . . e $100,000 

Surplus and Profits $30,000 

DMignattd Depository for the U. S. Treasurj, 8t«U Of 
Kentucky and Mason County. 

8OLI0IT8 A 8EARI OF TOUR BU8IN188. 

Conservative. Courteous. Safe. 



PHOSPHATES, SUNDAES, MINERAL WATERS. 
100 DIFFERENT DRINKS TO SELECT FROM. 
6ET A STRAW AND COOL OFF. i I i i i 



M. F. WILLIAMS ft CO. 



TNIII STREET 
■Ml tlOII. 



WHEN 
YOUR FRIENB CALLS 

And note, the nms Wallpaper we bave 
■upplled yon bw admlratioii will b« 
aincerp, fbr tbe paper will certainly 
be botb pretty and anoominon. Wby 
not make your aclectlon now, l>efbre 
tlie ivioflt ezclueivr p»ttrme have been 
taken? Home of tbe prettlcat are 
bound to so flret on account of ' 
aurprialnRly moderate price.. 

GLOBE STAMPS 



( 



, 1 



SODA WATER \ 



A. D. S. 

TALCUM POWDER I 

All our Teloum i. made of the .eme 
oafetolly eeleoted Ingredient*. The 
only dlRereaoe iMtweea Ptlneeee and 
Venue Tateame la tbe DertuiM and 
etyle of paokaMe. Vbe PUBBST and 
flaeit bolted tiienin It u.ed and only 
pure end heellnr mwllolDHl uReaU ure 
udded. UoDtiilDi 10 rrlt nor any veit- 
etebia mutiVr. .Smooth, Soothing, 
Heallafi bwvct ttiK) Kratiraat. , 

PRICE 
lOc and 25c. 

JOHN G. P£GOR 

Drugglilp Mtytvin*. Ky. 



MmHEWS 

DENTIST. 



•alt* 4, rirat KaUaeMl Baak 
■ATSTIUUi, HT. 
Iioaal aad boat IOMm Mo.lH. 
Mataaaa Ptoaa. f iandaaaa Wo. W, 



Chesapeake & Ohio i^e 

Sclied«le anbieet te ehanga wttbaal aMaa 

For Waahlagtan and Mow Tork* 

*1:S5 p. m., 'lOiei* p. ni. 

Vor Klehmond, Old Ptiint and MorMk. 
•l:8Ap. ■i.,*IO:49p. M. 

Iieeal (or Blntas. 

tBi40a. m. 

Local for Hantlnytoa. 
•9i4e a. m., tSilH p. m. 

For OInclnnall, Indiauapolla, at. K 
Ohloaco, LoalBTllle. Maalivllla. 
■•■apbia aad Weat 
*9in a. M.,*S;1T p,m. 

I^ aa lter Olaalaaatl. 

t gilB a. m„ i9:00 a. ».. *4!H p. ■*. 



I.'art. 
if> \b a m.. 
•H;*) a m.. 

:i:15pm., 
•:i 25 p 111 



ArriM 
...}8:»pm 

...•;:«» am 
.tlO'ltkin 

,. •! :» p m 




Tbt .tory ot bow Marehall Field 
amaeaed hii greet (ortaaa mia ba told ta 
a tew word!. Be bad aoaaaiag M Ml 
aadadvavtlaadlt. 



J 





GREAT UNLOADING SALE 

Our Tables and Baskets are Stacked High With Bargains. 



1 Lot Children's 74c Shoes and Oxfords, This Sale, 39c 

1 Lot Children's 99c and $1.24 Shoes and Oxfords, . . This Sale, 49c 

1 Lot Misses' $1.24 and $1.49 Shoes and Oxfords, . . This Sale, 99c 

1 Lot Ladies' $1.49 and $1.99 Shoes and Slippers, . . This Sale, 99c 

1 Lot Ladies' $1.99 and $2.49 Shoes and Slippers, . e This Sale $1e4d 



1 Lot Ladies' $3 and $3.50 Shoes and Slippers, . . This Sale, $1.99 
1 Lot Ladies' 99c and $1.25 White Canvass Oxfords, . . This Sale, 69c 
1 Lot Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Shoes and Oxfords, . . This Sale, $1.25 

1 Lot Men's $2 Shoes and Oxfords, This Sale, $1.49 

! Lot Men't $2,80 and $3 Shoee and OXFORDS, . . This Sale, $1.99 



DAN COHEN. W. H. MEANS, Mgr.