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OTJPl LUSTES OF:
is fresh every day.
Call and see our line or phone us.
a good selection of the best.
DINGER BROS., ifftMSSS
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1914.
ONE OOPY ONE CENT.
VAILY PVMLiO IKIMIKB-Ugt
The Graduating Down.
Her outfit Is the proem
To father's being broke.
AVhilo her gown is a poem,
His costume is a joke.
Guago, 7 feet ami risiug.
Boats City of Parkorsburg from
rittsburgh tonight; Tacoma from
Pomeroy tonight; Courier from Cincin
nati this morning at 11 o'clock.
-- (rerfey ''Wilson of Springdaie and Al
berta W. McDonulil of Ferris, Lewis
County, wero married here Saturday by
Judgo W. H. Bice. This is the second
venturo for the groom.
Omar Pasko and Elizabeth Lunoilk,
both of Germnntown, obtained license
here Saturday to be married tho follow
iug day at the residence of the bride.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports aliowthe steady
output of coal during the last lew
years baa made the dealers piiHh tor
wider markets, We are going to get
mnre trade your trade by givine
von a ureater value (or your monoy.
You will nover get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything In building material, don't fnil to get our prices before buying.
We will give you the same quality for less money, or better quality for the
same money. We are building our business with that reputation.
We have as near a complete stock as you can find, ami can load a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Get our price aud you will leave your order.
TIw Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestono Sts. Phone 519. MWSVILLE, HV.
A. A, MoLauohmn l.. N. Rkuan.
Miss Paulino Pollitt of Forest ave
nue is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. It.
Cooper near Iteotorville.
I PARENTS! f
Why Wouldn't a Nlcs Runabout
or Buggy Make a Good
For Your Boy?
When you come in for the Commencement Jj
at the High School Tuesday drop in and let us
show you our line. We have largest and most m
varied lot of Buggies, Runabouts and 'Driving 5
Wagons ever brought to this town, or any other J
town of its sije, and can please your pocket jj
book as well.
! THF S
SQUARE DEAL MAN. g
Of Eighth Qrado To Bo Held Tuesday
Afternoon Elaborate Program for
The 'losing etercises of the Eight
Grade will be ghjen tomorrow afternoon
lock ut pe High School audi-
num. rorty-iiwo mimls will iiutsii
jf the grffle aMd the occasion will he tho
subject of an elaborate program. Tho
class Jrs one composed of bright young
boysJind girls who ore just now ready
to sjp into a higher department of tho
cHms educational institution. Mrs.
Ana Ball and Miss Rose Harbesnit, tho
hers of this class, have every reason
be- proud of their efforts. The pro-
which will be rendered bofore a
'yjlfotille audience is as follows:
OjrocessicA)al Ilia Koss.
horus "Over the Hill at Break of
Day" Geibol " Class
nvocation liov. M. S. Clark
tory "King of flolden River."-
Maud Klla Brubaker
iolin Trio . . John Everett, Jr., Ells-S
worth Cab I is li and Harold Caplingor
Recitation "The House by the Sido
of tho Road" Eleanor Wood
Violin Solo Basil Dunn
Recitation from "AiMt Jnno of Ken
tucky" Frances Marsh
Boleeted Chorus with obligatto
"Sweot Zephrys Sigh"
Court SconcH "Merchant of Venice"
Shakspearc. John Everett Jr., as
tho Duke; 8. ijj. Browning, Jr., as
Shyloekj Eugono McCnrthoy as An
tonio, Edward Barbouras Bossanio, '
James Thomas n'g Urntiano; Raljih
Games as' Salorio; Margaret? Smith
m Portia and Uoorgia Ilidka a 5.
Presentation of Certificates ,
Supt. W. J. Caplinger
Chorus "Twilight Musi'ags" ... Class
Hla Ross, accompanist, and Ernest
Zolgler, Herman Calvert, Joo Edwin
Matthews and Levi Stevenson, Jr., of
tho High School are to assist the Eighth
The list of those finishing the grade
is as follows: Maud Ella Brubaker,
Porter Wythe, Edward Barbour, S. P.
Browning, Jr., Ellsworth Cablish, Chas
ter Clark, Iva Carpenter, Harold Cap
linger, Claud Clark, Charles Dietrich,
Basil Dunn, JenMio" Dobold, Marjorio
Eguew, John Everett, Jr., Margaret
Flowers, Ralph Games, Kilil Gallenstein,
Irene Gilcher (x), Lue::a Greenlee, Jno.
Lctton Glascock (x), Georgia Hicks,
Louise Hunsicker, Stnttley Haughaboo,
Eugene MKtorthey (x), Robert .Mc-
Glono (x), Arthur Moore, Viola Miller,
Frances Marsh, 'Andrew Nowell, Mario
Owens, Morris I'ollitt, Eliznboth Rudy,
Maud Knight, Giles Rico, Lyman Sex
ton, Corinnn 3 lye, Margaret Smith,
Robert Stevens, Charles Snnpp, Clifford
Thomas, James Thomas, John Zwiegart.
(x) passed on trial.
BIG 3 IN STOCK OF
Waterman, Conkliu and Holland. Fit you hand and fit your purse.
Self-filling aud regular types. The best Fountain Pen, Holder and lioltle
of Ink for$l. Satisfaction guaranteed. Start the Graduated with a good
5 J. T. KACKLEY & CO. g
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
52 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
Thrco days' trip to Mammoth Cave
for $12.1(5. Juno 18. L. & N. jl8
Mr. R. 0. Knox retuiMod Saturday
night from Indianapolis whore he was
called Wednesday by tho illness of his
sister, Mrs. J. N. Strafford. '
Thero was "nothin' dolr? " in Police
John Henry Kincade, need
this morning from dropsv nt 7 o'clock Court, Thursday, Friday
at tho home of his grandsiM, Mr. Albert
Gillespie, of Dieterich's Lane. Ho is
survived by two daughters, Mrs. John
Cle, of Dieterich's Lane, and Mrs.
Rose Wood of East Third street. His
wifo died in 1911.
Mr. Harry (Germany) Williams of
Cincinnati, formerly second sacker on
tho local team, was shaking hands with
friends hero yesterday.
The foundation has beiM finishell for
several days and the brick work is
a fact that called forth a remark of now well under wnv nn tlm i?.na nnnrt.
. .. . ...w . H....v
pleasant surprise from Police Judge, mont house being erected by Mr. E. T.
Whitnker. I Kirk in West Second street.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.N
If not sold privately, 1 will offer for
sale at public auction on Thursday,
.Iinin 11 tli, at 2 p. m., the house located,
at No. 1118 East Second street, oppo
site, car barns. JIouso has seven rooms,
two halls, is practically now and in
good repair. Good out-buildings; also
two good lots on corner Broadway a'-id
East Second streot.
II. G. HOLIDAY.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIO. It tone3 up the
system and builds up. your general health. Absolutely the
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
M. F WILLIAMS & CO.
THO THIRD STREET
Now is the timo to do your wall p:iperin- and
IKiiutini;. Come in. Wo can show you just what
you need. "We have a full lino of Wall I'apor.s,
lVmls, Knumols, Ktc. 800 our lino ho fore biiviii"-
CRANE & SHAFER,"
PHONE 452. COX HlllVnirsir:
M(M ,. . ' "" v
D. HECHINCEB & CO.
Waysvllle's Best Clothing and Men's and Boys' Shoe Store.
When you buy underwear or shirts dou't overlook ua. The largest Hues in Town
if you waut to buy the best $1 shirt in tho World ask for the "ECLIPSE" "we sell
thouflands of them to satisfied customers".
$12 to $15 is about the price the economic man pays for a Suit of Clothes. "At
theso prices we show wouderful value V, from thi numbir we sell wo kao they are
appreciated. From $'J() to $30 we show a lino of Suits that aro works of art, they
aro worn by our bust dressers.
" l keep our tailors einphyol w will mike a limitoi number of custom Suits
n liberal price concessions .
Ex HE5CKCI3STC3-ER. &, CO.
The Interior of tho lower floor of the
First Presbyterian Church including the
.Sunday School rooms and hnlls has been
ju'iMtod and varnished. The work has
just been completed and the ellect to
ward improving tho nlready handsome
ruonis is all that could be desired.
Misses Louise and Mary Winter of
Norwood, Ohio, returned homo Sunday
after a few day's visit with their aunt,
Miss Klla MeOlnmilinii of West Third
street. Their mother, Mrs. Winter, lias
been hero several months as the guest '
of Miss McClanahan.
Mrs. Cal Kennedy broke her arm
while picking cherries Saturday at her
home in Aberdeen. The Injury was not
unusually bad aud Mrs. Kennedy is get-,
ting along nicely. Her many friends
wisli her a quhk leturn of the use of her
Hon. T. D. Slatteryis at. homo nfter
sponding a few days hi Washington,
LAST MEETING OP ALUMNI
Tho Alumni Society will hold its last
meeting tonight ut 7:30 o'clock. Itc
porta of final arrangements will be
made, Those desiring tickets for ban
(piot and ddnco should see Miss Nash
beforo Thursday morning. All aro urg
ed to bo prosi'iit.
lit 1L CJKEENLEE, Pros.
2ULA.II.I XJS8 03STB inOXir-i-AJR.
LdTfhe cxip quality.
ad we. will semi vou four round of C. & G.
Jtilfl ennee is a line irouc Dustier' uecause 1
Mr. Rowden Cummins spent yesterday
Mr. l'aymoud Koy of Mnyslick was a
business visitor here Saturday.
Mr. aMd Mrs. I). P. Glascock spent
the week-end in Fleming County.
Miss Mary Leo Glascock has returned
from a visit with relatives at Carlisle.
Mr. .lop Meyers nail family left Fri
day for several months' stay in Cal
ifornia. Miss Catherine Cnrr'of St. Louis is
visiting Mr. John MaddiM and family
Messrs. Charles Andrew and Charles
W. Aitkon of Flemingsburg spent yes
terday in this city.
Mr, anil, Mrs. Marshall Creekbaum of
Ri ley ure visiting Mrs. Lottie Sproem-
berg of Commerce street.
Mr. Ilussol D.ivis lias returned from
LLsbi.i, Ohio, where he has been employ
ed -for tho last lew mouths.
Mrs. II. II. Bowser anil children of
Louisville are isiting Mr. .John Mnck-
ey and family of Jersey Itidge.
Mrs. .lack Hawthorne and daughter
of Cincinnati nre guests of her parents,
.Mrs. Anna SeliatmiiMn, and family, of
West Second street.
Rev. Dr. Barbour leaves tomorrow for
Danville to attend the Comineiieemen.t
of Central University aud tho meetings
of the Bpard of Trustees of which he is
Hair and Sash Ribbons!
Little girls' summer frocks are always improv
ed !y a pretty, wide sash and a butter-fly bow of
the same shade.
We have just received some ribbon of this sort,
and they are better quality, than usual at the price.
Plain and fancy Taffeta 2"c yard.
6 1-2 inch fancy jacquard and moire sash rib
bon 50c yard.
Stout China and fancy Jap Mattings in carpet,
Mosiae and detached patterns. Unusual qualities
for 23c, Hoc and -10c.
"We will give you a 3x(i foot shade, complete,
on fine spring guaranteed roller, for iiOe. This is
far superior to the regular roller sold at 25c. It is
well, worth the small additional cost.
To cover utility boxes, window seats, chair
cushions, pillows, and for laundry bags and bureau
tops, 25c and 35c yard.
Mr. Macey Humphreys and wife have Mr. Walter Hanley, son of Mr. and
returned from n visit with Mr. Hum-' Mrs. Martin Hnnfey, left Friday after
phroy's mother, Mrs. Moore, at Chicago, noon for Fleming, Ky., to accept a po
Thoy wero accompanied homo by Mrs. sition with the Consolidated Coal Com
Mooro who will remain here for a fowlpauy in that thriving sectiiM of tho
Master Joerileii Woinble, son of Mr. I Mrs. F. O. McCarahnn and daughter,
niiil Mrs. Oliver .1. Womble, of West Virginia, returned yesteiday to their
Second street, who has been ill for tho home at Cottagovilie, Lewis County,
past two weeks with scarlet fever is after a several days' visit with her
very much better and on tho road to sister in-law, Mrs. .1. P. Nash, of West
Mrs. A. J.- Crawford, of Carlsbad,
New Moxlto, after a Visit to tho family
of Mr. and Mrs, 1 1 oh ry Breeze of Limo
stone street, left Friday for New Rich
Mr. P. J. Birmingham, first advance
agent of tho licdpath Chautauqua, loft
lime Saturday after plastering the bus!
ness section of the city with chautau
Prof. A. O. Bowdoii and wifo, formror'
1y Miss Cuthorino Marsh or this city,
of Laurel, Mont., arrived last night for
a visit .with hor mother, Mrs. Mary
Marsh of Forest avenue.
Miss Virginia Wetzel loft this morn
lug for her homo ill Houston, Texas,
Sho was accompanied .by Miss Louise
Sproomburg, who will muko a two
months' visit in tho South,
Mlfls Hilda Threlltold aml'Mias Sue
Armstroug eavj tomorrow with a party
from this Htato (for a jmrumer tour of
Europe, -ills flarili MeGarvoy. Is in
i MAKE A PLACE OF REST FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
' The hot, burning sun cannot destroy the pleasures of your
porch or veranda if you are the happy owner of
II BM I
The wind cannot disturb your moments of repose, because
these shades do not flap or rattle.
Their variety of delicate colors make them adaptable to any
porch aud its furnishings.
Tliey are impervious to all weather conditions and make
ideal out-door sleeping rooms of any porch. A telephone call
will bring the "Aeorulux" tnau who will show you color samples
and then if you wish, take the measurement of your porch.
$2.65 to $5.75
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