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MAYSVILLE, KT THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
-The man was buying doughnuts;
Of courao with bolos tboy camo
The man looked Rrave,
Said he mast haro
A robato for tba tame.
Th baker was a joker, too,
. The jollleat of soul;
And promised thon
- A rebate when
" The man returned the bolei.
JSST'The Ladies' of tbe First Presbyterian
'tburchwill hold a candy and cako sale Saturday
t afternoon at 1 o'clock at Pecor'a Drugstore.
Dcspicablo and Moan
Some mean person has been droppiog poison
buttons (a yards along Forest avenue between
Commerce and Lexington streets and tbo re
eult has been the death of sovsral pet doer,
' among tbe number befog a pretty little dog
belonging to UIss Louise Laobley. that was
' saved by prompt action of a physician.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during the last few
years bas made tlio dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to Ret
more trade your trade by giving
yon a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
US' Cartmell extracts tooth without pain.
Plowing Time is Here and You Will Need
-' " Etc., Etc.
Don't forget that we are agents for the cele
brated Oliver Chilled Plows, tbe Syracuse Plows,
and have added this year the One-way Plow, which
is attracting a great deal of attention rrom the farm
ers and finding ready buyers. Come in to see it.
Ask for tickets when you buy.
The Square Deal Man.
Proprietor of the Store That Sells Everything
the Farmer Needs. ,
a,'.'iin."i" 1 ijai 1 lij 1 .j'f-y
Urs. Georgo W. Adair of Hlllbp is in at
tendance at the Presbyterian Home Mission
meeting now in session at Ludlow, Ky.
Urs. Joseph Trisler left Wednesday after
noon for a week's visit with relatives at
Huntington, W. Vs., nnd Salt Lick, Ky.
Mrs. Nellie UcUcllen of Cincinnati arrived
Sunday on an extended visit to ber sletor, Urs.
Frank S. Uitrley of East Second street.
-p9Tvro great bargain days in nail papor,
12ib and 13th this week, Friday and Saturday.
Come it you want barcalnt. Also Demonstra
tion on painta on the above dale?.
Tun Ryueb Paint Store.
Will Bo Held at the office of Miss
. Jesalo O.Yancoy Saturday
Tbe Uason County Teachers' Association
will meet In the office of Superintendent Jes
sie 0. Yancey Saturday at 1 p. m.
Thtt majority of teachora wish to merge
their meeting Into tbe clob organization at
this boor and ba given the opportunity of
hearing one of tba Lost known women of
Amerloa Urs. Desha Breekenridge of Lex
iogton, Ky., who will address the meeting.
It Is Urged that all who aro Interested in
tbecltio beltsrcjent of our county and city
be preisnt at Uli raseilojr.
Mayor J. Wesley Leo, Councilmen Thomas
A. Keith, J. C. Everett, Andrew Clooney acd
S. R. Harover, aro in Cincinnati today on busi
ness and incidentally will attood the opening
Larry Langefels, "the German Prince," Is in
Cincinnati today attending tbe opening base
ball game. Larry has attended overy opening
game on the Cincinnati grounds for the past
Furnishing Prisoners Whisky
In Squlro J. 0. Pickrell's Court yesterday
Lutio Warner and EJward Deu, charged with
carrying whisky to prisoners in the County
Jail, were flood $25 each and in dafault of
payment of floe were committed to the county
MISS MARY ELIZABETH RAINS.
Misa Mary Elizabeth Rains, daughter of Mr.
and Urs. A'ex Rains of tbo county, died yes
terday at 12 o'clock, after a protracted Illness
with tuberculosis, aged 18 yeari.
Sho was a member of thb Christian Church,
this city, Mary will be remembered na ono of
tho accommodating clerks at tbo Deo Hive.
Besides ler parents, ahaleavos four brothers
Uossrr. James, .Clarence, Clint and Reed
Ralos and flva sisters Jennlo and Stella Rains
and Mrs. Louis F. Ring of the county and Mrs.
Pearco B. Mills and Mrs. Clarence Davis of
Tbs funeral will taka plice Friday morning
at 10 o'clock from the bouse, with sorvlces bf
Rer. Roger L. Clark.
Intermeqt In Iba Uaytvllla Cemetery..
Tke very best Sugar Cured Hamjryou ever had In tbe hotiw? If bo,
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yafefefe'yQ "0 ;poat.jtit o.ge$,yow ki. Uyomt:w?M J t ArfLJfB
Regular 10c size slightly damaged; the very thing to Feed
young chickens; will sell them 3 packages for 10 cents
as long as they last. Buy them today.
J. C. CABLISH
How nearly Complete
TVK HAVE A POIjTj LINE OV
$a$ft, Doors, flooring, filing, Cumber and Di's $toclf
Ami moro to come. Our prices aro very low, conslilorliifj quntlty, ami our
(tcllverlcB nr prompt to anywhere lnsUto ttio city llinlta. Cull and lct'n fret
tbe mason Cumber Co.
Cor. second and Cimestone Streets, maysville. Ky.
A. A. MoIiAUOtnilN. It. N. I1KHAN.
0B-AI1 lunllrr ior publlrntlon mast be
himUrtl In beforo 0 o'clock a. m.
"United For Life"
Quito recently a papor beaded tbe writo up
of a wedding with "United For Life." One
hopes that auch may provo to be tbe case, but
having in mind tho many narriiges tbat do
not last, it dooa not do to bs over certain
about, the continuity of tho wedding state. It
reminds one of the balf-wlttoJ, yet shrewd
man, that interrupted a clergyman, in the
midst of a funeral cervlce. Eulogizing the
dead man, tho minister said, "Our brother is
now in heaven." "Hold on," ozclairaod the
Interrupter, "you musn't say that, you should
say, 'we hopo our brother Is Inhoaven.'" And
so In lhee days with marriages, it does not do
to be too positive as to tteir duration, but it
is in order to hope that every right marriage
may last throughout life.
SENATOR W. 0. BRADLEY
Temporary Chairman of Slate
Covention Taft Forces
Have Things Their
The Republican State Convention
was organized at noon yesterday at
A summary ol the various districts
shows that the supporters of President
Taft easily predominate and that the
delegate8-at-largoswill be instructed to
vote lor the Chief Executive nt the Na
tional Convention in Chicago.
Seven out of the eleven Kentucky
districts are overwhelmingly for Taft,
while in the Tenth tbe delegates are
evenly divided. In the Eighth con
tests are to be settled, but even should
they he decided against tho Taft fol
lowers they still will retain control of
The total vote in the Stale Conven
tion is 2,350.
At tho meeting of tbo Republican
State Central Committee a-temporary
organization was effected.
Senator William 0. Bradley was
elected Tomporary Chairman ot the
convention and Samuel J. Roberts
When tbo convention was called to
order it was plainly evident that the
Tait forces outnumbered the Roose
velt men four to ono.
Chairman Bradley appointed the
following members f the committees
from the Btatc-at-largc:
Vico Chairmen Charles Blandford,
Breckinridgo county, Captain Nat
Howard, Butler county.
Rules W. J. Deboe, Crittenden
county, Thompson Burnaui, Madison
Credential M. h. Qalvin, Coving
ton, E. 8. Hclburn, Boll county, y
Permanent Organization H. 8.
Vanzant, Metcalfe county, W. J. Beitz,
Resolutions W. H. Co.t, Mason
county, J. A. Dean, Daviess county.
Tho following have beeu decided on
as members of tho ''Big Four" and
undoubtedly will ba chosen by tho
SflBfttor William 0, Bradloy. '
- W 1 ft Df CocUmb ol Maysvi If.
Ture Applo and Peach Brandies,
quart $1 at Dieqer'd Place.
."Special: Grape Patterns 8Jc.
Ciunk & Shaker.
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Vordict of Coroner's Jury
Tho following is tho verdict as rondered
yesterday afternoon by Coroner Slack's Jury
in the case of Itfchard Myerx, colored.
We, the Jury, believe from the evidence
that the body before us to bo that of Richard
Myers, colored, of Richmond, Vs., and find that
he died on corter of Second and Lexington
streots, Fifth War"d, city of Maysville, Ky.. on
Monday night, April 8, 1912, and from tbe
evidence aro unable to ascertain the cause of
Gl-okcb Means, Foreman,
W illiam Slack.
J. C. EPAttD.
Rear "Sho Stoops to Conquer" tonight at
Miss Janlo Eitel, accompanlod by ber par
ents, Mr. and Mw. John W. Eitol, loft for Cin
cinnati ht afternoon, whore she will bo
placed In the Geo) Samaritan Hospital to un
dergo a surgical operation.
Rev. Russell Cecil, D. D.. of Richmond, Va.,
former pastor of tho Central Presbyterian
Church of this city, was severely Injured re
cently by bslng knocked down by an automo
bile, having his collar bone broken and other
Injuries. His friends will rejjice to learn
that he is improving and hopes soon to be out.
Tho accident occurred in Richmond. "-"
Annual Meolino of Boat Club
The Maysville float Club will hold its an
nual mootlog for tho election of cflkors on
board tho club boat nt tho lower landing on
niday evoning, April 12, at 7 o'clock. Other
business of importanco to bo transacted.
Charles L. Daly, Commodore.
J. J. Altmeyer, Secretary,
FOR SUNDRY DINNER
WE WILL HAVE EVERVTHiNG
mm IN THE MARKET.
DINGER & FREUND
CLOUDY THURSDAY; SHOW
ERS AT NIGHT OR FRIDAY.
Called meeting ot Maysville Council No.
1377, K. of C, this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Business of special Jmportance.
Thomas W. Ercen, G. K.
John McAuIiffe, Secretary.
"Handsome bath room patterns 15c.
Crane & Fhafer.
In the County Court yestordsy Miss Nejlio
McGraw was appointed Administratrix of Mrs.
Catherine McGraw, deceased, and qualified aa
such with J. N. Kehoe y on bond. J. N.
Kehoo, J, D. Durret and Arthur Muczing
were appointed appralsors of said estate.
Coughs, Colds and Throat Trouble Treated By the Use of
By doing so you get to the real cause. Used in cases of asthma,
coughs, colds and all bronchial trouble. Our stock of Atomizers is
the most complete in the city. Our prices and quality are interest
iug. From 50j to $2 (or tho best made Atomizers on tho market.
MC llfll I lAtie fl Pfi "Bin Drugstore With
I". W ILLIfllf9d OK IfU. the Little Price."
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saXX HEOHINGER 3s OO.
Are about the most popular prices the average man likes to pay for a suit ol clothes. To be sure we have
some splendid Young Men's and Men's Suits (or $10 and $12, but at the first named prices we show Suits
that are the best v.ilues in our city. They consist ol beautiful Blue and Colored Serges, the newest color
ings in Homespuns and Cheviots. Our Boys' and Youths' Department is the largest in the state. You
can choose here for the little fellow that will satisfy him and "You" too. Why should not a young man
buy a "College Brand" Suit, the snappiest young men's clotherin the world, when he can buy it as
cheap as tbe common run ol young meu'n suits?
Onr Straw lints nre open for vour inspection. The Greatest line of Oxford 8hoeH in the state.
D. HECHINGBR & CO.
Maysville's Leading, Clothing ..J.a
The trial of Annaballe Frazler, for shooting
at anotner, with intent to kill, will como up in
the Circuit Court Frldav. April IQ.h,
Ur. Timothy O'Connell, the venerable
mother of Mr. William O'Connell nf this city,
Is dangerously ill at her home in LewisburR.
Thomas Malone's sale of his livery stable
outfit yesterday was largely attended and good
prices prevailed. A number from surrounding
towns wero in attondauca and bought liberally.
The sale totaled between $7,000 and $8,000.
Uyall & Cilvert leased the building at an an
nual rental of 625.
Mr. M. J. McCarthy, senior proprietor of
Tbe Daily Bulletin, has bsnn confined to b'.f
home tbe past several days Buffering with a
ips at $2
Here lor the firet time at this small price care
fully proportioned 1'rincees slips to wear uuder summer
frocks. Silk and cotton mousselinc, so lustrous that it
will look like silk under sheer dresses. Trimmed daint
ily with Valenciennes at ne:k and armholc?.
Lawn slips $1,
We Have CORSET COVERS
At 25c epccially selected in simple styles to stand con
stant laundry trip?: And in this section a wonderful
line ol children's drawers 2 to 14 years at 6c to 25c ac
cording to size. Also skirts with and without bodice
priced according to sizo 12c to 35c,
CURTAIN NETS 19c to 50c
And 45 inches wide, In most stores you sec pat
terns every house has carried several seasons. Here you
will find strictly new designs at prices no one cau dupli
cate in the same quality. We KNOW we have unmatch
able Curtain Nets and Draperies this season.
WORKSHOP 9 WORTH'
For Misses and Women
The separate coat has come into its own
this spring. Great designers have given their
best efforts to producing artistic models. For
coats of beautiful line, quality ol fabric, per
fect tailoring and stylish design ours enjoy an
enviable reputation. Come in, we are certain
you will enjoy looking through the line.
A Price Range of Eight-Fifty
to Twenty-Five Dollars.
Complete in some sizes or by the yard to fit any
hall. Soltly blended colors in velvet or Axminster
weaves. Borne new patterns that are very attractive.
JRV0na trial ot DIener'a Applo and Peach
Brandies will convince you tbat he handlos
the best. Give him a call.
KSTComedy "She Stoops to Conquer" by
Senior Class at IIi'rIi School Thursday night.
Tickets at Williams Drug Store, 35c.
& Shafer, Taints, oil and win-
A. C. Sphar yesterday disposed of bis hold,
logs in the Uaysville brick company to G. J.
Thomas and W. II. Hall. Mr. G. J. Thomas is
a son-io-Iaw of Urs. John II. Hall.
Mr. and Urs. W. W. Kinslor and family
loft yesterday afternoon for a visit with rela
tives in Covington. Willie will take in the
opening ball game in Cioclnnatl this afternoon
betwoen the Cubs and Reds, as a matter of
Good Globe Stamps Aro
Found at Good Stores
Ci 0. Callioun.
Scli&tmann'a Clilun Store.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
But not many. EM
on white voile, white
and colors. Each Robe
contains 3 yards em
broidered flounce, 3
yards embroidered in
sertion, VA yards plain
voile. Choice, $4.98,
Hand Vacuum Gleaners, $1 Per Day
Electric" " " $1.50 Per Day
You will never beat your rugs and
carpets again if you ever try the Vacuum
Cleaners. Cleans them thoroughly
and raises no dust.
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