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Call and see our line or phoife us.
a good selection of the best.
i DINGER BROS.,
107 W. Second St.
MAYBVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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MIitJW 'y-'r '-'AVllSfi
I Should Worry.
,"We aro no longer engaged!''
Said she through the telephone
In a most most decided tone,
That was enough to make hi in freeze.
"All rightl" he answered, "ring oil"
Miss Elizabeth Childs left this morn
kig for Lexington to attend the sum
mer tonn at State University.
The Maysvillo Chautauqua Will Be
Held at Beechwood Park This Yoar.
It has been wrongly stated that the
Chautauqua would bo held at n different
place from last year, but we are glad
to itoform the public that it will be held
Friday afternoon and established head
The Chautauqua is going to bo bigger
and better this year than ever before.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reporta show the steady
output ol coal during the last lew
yeara baa made the dealers jiubu (or
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo (or your money.
You will nover get out ol dobt unlpss
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything in building niateriul, don't fail to get our prices befor. 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 n complete stock as you can find, anil can load u house com
plete on the same duy order is rereied.
Get ouf price and jou will leae jour order.
NOTICE TO TIIE PUBLIC.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestono Sta. Phone 519. MfXVSVBLLE, KY.
A. A. MoLAltUllMN. I.. N. BKHAN.
(Magistrate W. 11. Moore of South
Ripley was a visitor in this city Sit
urday, mingling business a'.id pleasure.
PA RENTS !
iWhy Wouldn't a Nice Runabout 5
or Buggy Make a Good-
E Graduating Present 5
S For Your Boy? 5
When you come in for the Commencement
1 at the High School Tuesday drop in and let us
B show you our line. We have largest and most m
jg varied lot of Buggies, Runabouts and Driving 5
Wagons ever brought to this town, or any other g
town of its sfje, and can please your pocket
SS book as well.
MIKE BROWN, I
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
62 W. SECOND ST.. AND 204 SUTTON ST.
added to our old stock. Our latest is the PRKMO line of Cam- 4
eras. Uses Plates and Films, also Ground Glass, with focusing
5j by scale. See our show window display. Prices from 5' -50 to B
f J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
H Now is the time to do your wall puprriiur and Jj
painting. Come in. YV can show you just what
you need. Wo have a full lino of Wall Papers,
B Paints, Enamels, Etc. See our line before (Hiving.
! CRANE & SHAFER, S
3 PHONE 452. COX BUILDING. 5
It befcig rumored that tho Gem Thea
tro would closo for tlio summer, Wo wfsli
to say this rumor is groundless ns the
(lorn will remain open with tho tiame
high class shona as in tho past.
ABN & SIMONS.
Obsorvcd Yeatord&y By Elka with Pa
Maysvillo Lodge No. 704 B. P. O.
IJIks, held Flag Day services at their
bull, corner Second and Court streets,
Sunday .luno 14th. Tho lodge room was
well filled. Tho servico was uplifting
and impresshe. Beading and recita
tion of a patriotic Mature being tho
order of the day, and all left lieing in
spired by love of their country and Old
EX-aOVEBNOR WILLSON SENA
Louis Mo, Ky., Juno 13. Former
Governor Augustus E, Wilison is a can
didate for tho Republican nomination as
United States Senntor. Ho forwarded
his declaration of candidacy to the sec
retary of Stnto today, and will make
his formal announcement next Wednes
Polico Court minutes for Saturday aro
as follows: ' ' t
Elmun Scott, petit larceny, bound
over to tho grand jury.
Joe Bortrans, loafing, $0.50. Fine wc
suspended on conditlcA that
leave the city. Joe hiked.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy ja OXY-TONIC. It tones up the
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely tho
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
TIIE THIRD STREET
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D. HECH1NGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
Never before have we so clearly demonstrated to the public that "ours
place to fit yourselves out in seasonable apparel.
We don't lav claim to be mind readers, it must have been an inspiration
have caused us to provide ourselves and also you 'vith a splendid assortment of
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not weainer cioines, smns, unaerwear anu neariy cvcryuuug m ivich o mm jy o
wear to make one as comfortable as possible in this torrid temperature. Just at
this writing it is too hot to borher you with much reading matter.
Come in and be fitted in comfort giving clothes. Bathing Suits for Men and
O. HL:E30HI3SrC3-E3I &, CO.
WIXL CLOSE AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Dur'iMg tho hot weather season The
Central Meat Market will close nt 7
o'clock each evening except on Satur
1.1-tf WlLLfAM WKIS.
Several proposed increases in freight
rates were suspended by the Interstate
A rain of ashes and the smell - sul
phur accompanied the -fth and most
iolent eruption of Mount Lassen, Cal
DR. HUNTER WITHDRAWS.T
Dr. V. Godfrey Iluntor has issdad a
letter nunouncing his withdrawal as a
candidate for the Hepublicau fiomina- JS
tion for United States Senator and urg- vfll$
ing his friends to support tho candidacy S
of Kichard P. Ernst.
A horso driven to a buggy and owned
by Mike Myers of Tuckalio ran away
on tho Germantown pike Saturday iMd,
CMshed into u buggy being driven 1
Mr. John Slnttory. 1'ortuiintely no one
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Hammered the Aged Office
Seeking Gov. HcCreary and
Handed Star ley a Few
In His Saturday's Maysville Speech
Talked For Over Two Hours
' Former Governor J. C. W. Beckham,
of Frankfort, spoke to a largo crowd at
the courth6uso here Saturday afternoon
' in his interest as a Democratic candi
date for tho senatorial nomination nt
7 'the coming statu primary election, Au
Mr. Beckham arrived in Maysvillo
Fr-day afternoon atod established head
quarters at the Central Hotel, where he
' -wak visited bv scores of his enthu-
siustic adherents, who claim that the
former Kentucky Chief Executive will
11 ...... ..A.nn !. 41. la fnann nnlltltv
Sn SK than McCreary and Stanley combined.
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L A. O. Sulser, chairman of the Mason
jl y County Democratic Committee, intro
$ '.s itupml Onvoi'.ior Beckham.
Ilia Hhcech was of two hours'
$ duration. Ho touched upon tho pro-
T' f tectlve tariff as a rich man's law and
' ..spoiia strongly for the direct election
., of United Statos Senators, which, ht
' naid, was first advocated by W. J.
', ' hlt. Bockham then paid his respects
v4 to Governor James B. McCrcnry's can
didacy for Senator, and declared the
Governor could bo better employed if
he remalued at tho now Kxecutivo MaM
siou at Frankfort, discharging his ot
ficinl duties, instead of chasing around
after another ullico nt his advanced age,
after an otlice holding record of a third
of a century.
For more than an hour tho formor
Governor discussed the candidacy of his
other oppc.ieut, Congressman A. O.
Mtnnley. ile declared Stanley was
brought out by tho whisky element and
that thoro was, an understanding be
tween MeOreary and Stanley to try to
cnuso his (Beckham's) defeat. He ex
plained at length his record while Gov
ernor of Kentucky and contrasted the
coMdition of tho stato's finances untie
McCreary 's present administration and,
Ho gavo an account of his work In the
interest of temperance in Kentucky, lie
declared his raco was a fight ngalnst
the liquor element, and that old Ken
tucky is rapidly getting uway from hor
He emphatically deuied nil the
charges inado against him by Congress
man Stanley and rovlowcd nt length his
own administration as Governor and
publio career slnco leaving the uov
ornor's chair. Ho wnrned tho voters tc
bowaro of a liquor-controlled ballot.
Mr. Beckham oxpressedliis ctandencti
in winning the nomination in August
and tho oloctlou lu November.
ENGINEER BURWELL KILLED
When Covington Commuter Waa Ditch
ed Near Dayton Was Oldest En
gineer on this Division of tho
C. & O.
Yesterday afternoon about 1 2 : 1 .1
o'clock as tho Coylngtoto-Silver Grove
i ommuter train on tho C. O. was go
ing west and wlieTT about 2 miles East
of Dajtou sido-wiped a freight trad
which hadn't cleared the track and
tluey tho engine and coach off the
track, killing Engineer J. J. Bum ell,
and probably fatally fajuring tho fire
No furthor particulars aro at hand
about tho accident.
Engineer Hurwell was tho oldest en
gineer on thiSvdivision on tho C. & O.
In tho courso off his career ho lia
run over and killed more than n dozen
persons, iMcluding his own son and Mrs
Moses Mooro at South Ripley.
Ho ran tho first engine aud construc
tion train, through Dover on July 3rd,
John B. Shaw and Shannon Hall were
on tho first train.
On Juno 11, 1913, Mr. Shnwlmd both
legs crushed off, three days lator Mr.
Hall's body was badly mashed, and yes
ferday, Juno 14th, 1914, 'Mr. Burwell
was killed, all threo hurt withKi out
$2 j$ to $S-75 w equip the average house. They let in light and shut out glare.
Their durability is enormously increased by d uble warps at both edges and in
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me case ot very wiue snaaes oy aouoie warps ai miervms uiruuynuui men mum.
And they can't loosen or come undone at the ends, for their light strong wooden strips are lock
stitched with fibh net twine which won't rot. Their raising cords won't twist nor stick in pulleys.
They're right. They keep their newness, for they're indelibly stained not painted nor dipped,
They measure a drop of full 8 feet as compared with the jl2 foot drop possessed by ordinary shades,
which are as expensive as Vudors yet lack the patented Vudor special features. In all sizes, varying
widths and colors. '
Write or telephone us NOW, let us measure your porch and tell you just exactly what Vudorizing
it will cost.
TIIEO. EOOSEVELT, TIIE TinitD,
BOXN IN NEW YOEK.
Now York,- Juno 14. Theodore
Boosovolt third, Colonol Boosovolt's
first grandson to bear tho family name
was born today at tho homo of his pa
rents, Mr, and Mrs. Theodoro Rooso
velt, Jr., in this city.
MARRIED SATURDAY NIGHT
Miss Alleon Glascock and Mr. John 0.
Bonan Happily United By County
Mr. Edward 1'. Browning, who has
been taking a law courso at the Washing
ton and Lee I'nhorsity at Lexington,
Va., has returned home to enjoy tho
summor vacation with his father, Mr. ' county, wero married hero Saturday by
l. V. Browning. I Judge W. H. Rice,
Jlov. A. F.Stahl and family leVt yes
terday for a visit nt Marion, Akron and
Miss Flora Morgan and Mr. Leslie othor places in Ohio. Rev. Stahl will
Graybill, both of South Ripley, this i be gono for about throo weeks wnuo nis
wifo and childron will remain most of
Mrs. John M. Frazco, af
daughter, Miss JPrauces Dixon,
and Mrs. W. W. Wikoffall of E. I
streot. loft last Saturday over tho.Ol
O. for Fence Springs, W. Vi
stay of two weeks.
ouiTw will ml vnn four nounria of C & O. Soecial Coffee.
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ouiKier uccavisc oi ua unc K"i ijusuu,
XJS 03STES 3DOLiI-i.R.
iK r Tfal? coffee is a fiHe.trVde bu-lhU
,.; .Picked In a fine TWI MAG.
Miss Allono J. Glascock and Mr. John
C. Ronau wero married hero Saturday
night by County Judge W. II. Rico.
Though they had been goiug together
for some time the event was unexpected
to thoir many friends and rolntives a'.id
eajiio In tho way of a surprise tu. all.
(Miss Glascock is ono of tho city's
most charming and popular young la
dies, and one that is universally liked
and highly esteemed by her ninny
friends. In keeping vw'th her social
popularity is hor muslcni talent. For
tho Inst sovoral years sho has bct'n con
ducting ono of tho most successful
music schools in Maysvillo.
Mr. Itonan is a promising mnn of tho
younger gonorntlon who has won for
himself much esteem and trust hi his
busf.iess pursuits lu tills city. Ho is at
present engaged in opening up n totnb
stono and marble Bhop In Coviugton.
Tho young couplo have tho Intoution
of making thoir future Ifmo in IrfU
anon, O. Wo heartily vongriitulato Urtfh
aMd fr$dct a success tpr jlr, Rouanln
hi4)usiBC3s aud mw.) liapiuucsaior.uot,
lfl-iwje itt imntuuiwmi
Letter No. 2.
D Kalb Codge no-12 1 0- 0.
Instituted march mt mi
Itlceis every Cc$day evening
Uayaville, Ky., Feb, 10, 1914,
Gentlemen, by the action of the.
above named Lodge I am ordered to noti
fy you to vacate the roomB uaed by you
as a wareroom on the second floor of
JOHN W. THOMPSON f Secretary.
Letter No. 1.
Ringgold EodgeHoJUO.O .J.
Instituted may stb, i$46
meets Every mednesday 6veMlNg
Ky. , May 28, 1914.
Messrs Merz Bros:
At our meeting
accepted the plans
and placed same in
to notify you that
last night tho Lodge
for our new building
the hands of the :
and I was instructed
they. would exercise
in our lease, and notify you
the store now usedwas your
shoe department by the first day of
Signed RINGOLD LODGE NO. 27, l.O. O. F.
SIMON NELSON, Secretary.
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