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We Want to Say a Word
in Regard to Our
Method of Doing Business
We hnvo been miked many times
4 thoBecretol nur success, growing, as
wo have, to bo MayBville'H Foromost
Clotblera iu ao ahort n time, nnd the
' reason is one which we ao often say:
" Absolute Satisfaction or Your Money
Back." Many other reasona enter
Into our succeas, eelling always the
latest Btylc, perfect lltting garments at
right prices. When you get ready
for a 8pring Suit, como in, for, as
usual, wo have the New Suite. Not a
Straw Hat in the house from last year,
but all fresh, clean, New Hats of 15)12
8tylea. Thnt is why we get the husi
nois. Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysville's Foremost Clothiers.
Ty Cobb lias left tha Detroit Club in a bulT
because of a row with tho hotel men nt Chi
1 tie trim noma ruio uin paasau u.nroi ioau ,
lng la the Drltldh House of Common iiy a
toto of 3G0 to 2(5G
Ripley baa Riven the contract to oil bor
streets to tbe Standard Oil Co., at -1 cents
per gal. put on streets.
The owners of the gas and electric light
plant at Ripley hare offered to eell their en
tire holdings to that city for $2o.000.
Circle No. 4 of tho Christian Church will
meet Friday afternoon, April 19th, at 2:30 1
with Mrs. i. C. Day at bor borne, 13G Weat
Second street. i
Mr. Abner Hord, Mr. Oliver Uord of this
city and Mr. M. II. Hubbard of Covington are
in FleminRaburg today in attendance upon the
funeral of Urn. Susan Kant.
The remains of the venerable Thomas Car
ter, orderly proprietor of the Carter Uouae,
Vanceburgiwill arrlvo bere this afternoon
for burial lithe Mayaville Cemetery.
Mr. Carl ubbj. aged 23, of Muhlenburg
couuty,' Ky., and Miss Lydla Worthlngton,
aged 21, of the county, will wed today at
Maysllrk. Tbe contracting parties are both
Mary F. Young has Clod divorce proceod
logs In tho Mason Circuit Court against
Charles Young. They were married in Wost
Union, Ohio, In 1908. The plaintiff charges
drunkenness and other abuse.
M. H. S. Basket Ball
Tonight a basket ball game between teams
chosen by Dr. Quigley will bo played This
will be tbe only chance to see the boys play f
nn tbe newly equipped llnor. Gams called at
7:30. As may be expected, the boys put up a
"slightly different" game from the girls, so
The line-up will be as follows:
Center Ben. Allen
Right Forward "Jerome Zetgler
Left Forward Francis Hopper
Right Guard Tom Barbour
Left Guard Vincent Kills
Substitute Hugh Poer
Center 'George Fitzgerald
Right Forward Krnest Zslgler
Left Forward Clay Smith
Right Guard Lisle Tbrelkeld
Left Guard Abe Galanty
. Substitute Clarence Pollltt
Admission at door, 15 and 25 cents.
In the Circuit Court yesterday In the case
-of Martha II. Crane agatnat Brotherhood Acci
dent Co , it was adjudged that tbe plaintiff
recover of sald8rotherhood Accident Co., the
sum of $100 with interest from date until
paid and all coats herein expended, and the
oase filed away.
Lucinda Kldd was granted a divorce from
Wjfc t POLICE COURT.
Yesterday afternoon Judge John L. Whita
ker cleaned his docket of tbe following cases:
Lucy Walker, Rsna Walker, Nan Jones and
Ann Weaver, charged with disorderly conduct,
were assessed $1C.J0 each. The three latter
were under sixteen years and were turned over
to County Judge W. 11. Rice, whoiwlllrralgn
them In his Juvenile Court and will likelysend
SS ,j them to tbe Reform School.
Ttir Is rore Catirrb In thtt teotlon of the
couuiry than ml other dlie&iei put together, and
nutllth.laitlewyeari wanuppoied to beluour
able. For groat many yeari.doctori pronounced
It alocaldlieanaud proscribed local remedies,
and by conttantly falling tooure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable, Solanc bai
proveu catarrh to be aoonitltutlonaldlieaia and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured 1,7 v. j.ObaueyA
, Co, .Toledo, O., lithe only oouitltutloualcur on
tfaftaarket. It li taken Internally In doieifroto
IDdropttoateaipoonful. It aotaillrectly outba
bloodandmuooniiurfacea of the ayitoiu. They
efftrone hundred dollars for any eaie It falls to
oure. Send for olroulan and teatlmonlals. Ad
Aran, V, J. CHENEV A CO,, Toledo, O.
-- . . ,-,--!- ,,-- i -- " niiLililiiniw inn
Bin Show Coming
Snow foil in Missouri yesterday.
Cold rain this morning nnd "Gentle
Annie" is shivering.
Ihe next Itepnhlicnn primaries will
he held on next Friday in Nebraska
nnd in Oregon.
Mian Hurriat Quimhy, nn American
girl Hew across the English Channel
Tuesday in an aeroplane, alone in
The blame for the Titanic disaster
rests solely on Capt. Smith, who
allowed his desire to smash the record
to blind hia regard for safety.
mS, 1 ft "y "
What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your
womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the
hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin
your entire nervous system. Don't keep this upl Take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely
vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs,
and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain
and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the
source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength.
f TAKE The
wARDU i Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui.
This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and
nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had
fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose
of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the
fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I
know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women.
Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women?
Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask yoar druggist.
Write to: Ladles' Advisory DepL, ChatUnooca Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn ,
lot Special Instructions, and6tpaje book'Home Treatment for Women," aentlree. J 50
LADIES' WHITE CANVAS
LADIES' PATENT AND
i ' '
BIGGER, BETTER and GRANDER THAN EVER
MAMMOTH MENAGERIE OF WILD ANIMALS
THE LARGEST TRAINED.,
ELEPHANT IN THE WORLD
10 THRILLING DARE-DEVIL AOTS-10
ROYAL ROMAN HIPPODROME.
500 PEOPLE. 1JOO HOUSES.
100 Leapcrs, Acrobats and Aerlallsts-lOO
20 Funny Clowns. 100 Educated Animals
FREE STREET PARADE
DAILY AT IP A. M.
All Lints of
RAIN OR 3HIMB.
Afternoon at 2
Night at 8.
O"1 mm mm-
Mrs. Mary Coleman died at the borne of her
daughter, Mrs. Lon Commodore, Wednesday
afternoon, aged about 82. She leaves four
daugbtors, Mrs. Anna Forman of Coviogton,
Mrs. Fannlo Jacob of Glendale, 0., Mrs. Lon
Qammodoro and Alice Coleman of tbla city
Tho funeral will be held at tbe borne Friday
afternoon at 2 p. in.
Tho little son of Mrs. Charles Urooklnga of
Gravo etroet is very ill.
The gage marks 20.1 and falling.
1 PFiM '
The same great values, the same beautiful shoes at the same low prices that caused such sensational selling1, resulting in
ALL RECORDS BROKEN during the past week, are still on sale. Our great purchases in view of an enormous spring
trade have resulted in the acquisition of the most exceptional values in shoe history, combining elegance in footwear
with extreme low prices. WHY NOT BE CORRECTLY SHOD FOR SPRING, especially when you can save about
one-half their true values? v
AND NUBUCK PUMPS, $4
GUN METAL PUMPS AND OXFORDS, $3 VALUES, $1.99
Following are tbla mornlng'i quotations on
oountryproduce,telcphonedatBo'olockby 13. L
Manaheiter,Managerof the Keyitoao Commer
EgKl, lonofT, perdoien........ 17o
llutter. ............. ........ lU3
Heni, m.... ID.'
Springers, IK Sis and over.... lo
Old Koosters Oa
Uucks , It j
.XATSVII.LB ntTAlt. UaRKtT.
Coatoll.headllght, l gal ll Ci
Coffee. W ... Sr fi
GoldeuSyrup. V K&1- 35
Molasses, new crop, V gal ...... T.0 46 ..
Molasses, old crop, V Kl- -
Sorghum, fanoy now, $1 gal 4
Sugar, yellow, $) S AH
Sugar, extra, C, V lb 6iW 7
Sugar, A., V lb 7 "
Sugar, granulated, t lb 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, ty tb ID
Sugar, New Orleans, ty ft
Teas, V ft 3U wl,u0
JYoiiiloni and Count; y I'lditucf.
Apples, dried, ty ft Wi- 25
Uacon, breakfast, tyXb 20 30
Uacon, clear sides, ty ft 15
llacou.Hains, ty ft 17 4&
llaoon, shoulders, ty tt IU
Uuller.yft : 2" 4U
Plour, .letrrson, V bbl 6.50 ...
Klour, Alpha, ty bbl f R
I'crfectloii f M
1'lour, CJraliam, ty sack 40
Hominy V ftal 20 0 ...
Ilouey, ty ft 15 SU
Lard.V ft 12 "
Meal.V peck 30 & ...
Potatoes, ty peok 40 "
IVaches.drled.V ft 15
Young Chickens, ty ft H
Apples, table 4
Grape KrulC. 10 l
Bananas, ty dozen 15 30
Lemons, V floion 20 0 30
Limes, ty dozen 1& 20
Ulack Walnuts 2S ..
Ca.lfornla Oranges 3.) 40
Sweet Florida Oranges 30 40
Shellhark Hickory Nuts, V peck ... GO 75
CINCINNATI, April 17. IBIJ.
Shippers 15 75I7 2"i
KHra 7 7 00
Hutoher Steers, eitra ....(6 7l7 15
Good to choice o 60ST6 DO
Common to fair l 50I5 M
Heifers, citra H 7'47 00
Good to choice IS 7itl ui
Common to fair 13 5035 EO
Cows.extra W 60IJ 85
Good to choice tl 535 5
Common to fair. 12 SJll bO
Canuers 12 a33 Oil
Hulls, bologna H 7VSJ'i 00
Extra 15 4KS15 65
Fat bulls 15 50aOJ
Kxtra 2."-17 N
Fair to good 15 607 21
Common and large U 0017 111
Heavy hogs IS l&4r.M SO
Packers nud butcher IS iU< 3)
Mixed paokers IS !! 15
Stags H M1
Heavy fat sows 14 2S!7 3
Kxtra 17 4(il
Light shippers .10 407 50
Pigs, HUpotiuds and less.15 lmfO S'
Extra 14 IH5 2r
GuchI to choice . . . II "NjJfS 15
Common to fair . U U3,ti 50
Extra 17 5MIJ . .
QcoJto choice UlTSaK 15
Common to fair 15 (0!i) 10
Yearlings 60M 2J
No. ! red I 10(51 IS
No.Sred .-. 1 i(Sl
No. 4 red t:ol
No S white IM fijlffl
No.Syellow M 0 HI
No. 2 mixed 2 O W
No. 2 white I SI 0Hi
No. J mixed CO GCOK
No 1 timothy tl30 50&MI ftl
No. 2 timothy UiMMQMOM
No.3 timothy IWOOatZS 03
No. I clover It7 rfQK7 M
No. 1 clover mixed f 87 O0(gl27 M
No.3 clover mixed . .. 126 5m3Ufl 00
Tbero are very few people who do an
eicluslve eye-glass bualnesr. Moat
people who eell glasses give their
time and attention to soma other call.
In and only fit glasses when they
have nothing else to do. We have no
aide lines. We do nothing but ex
amine eyea for errors of refraction
and makogood glasses to correct any
error that can be corrected with
glasses. If we tried lo do a dozen
different things we couldn't learn any
one of them thoroughly.
j. a. simpson;
kmr wk vBtwktwktt ttktXtkyktWm iliiPi'''' tttt s"W
'- r-z v ., . " '!"",, .. '
Iht htatitngi 0 "Jlrlp
11'iinteV1 "Lat" and "Iundr" and not exceeding
three Unci In length, are I'XKE to till.
WXo Ruatnra AilTCrtlafturnU Inacrfcd
It aniteert fail to tome the flrtt ttnu, u?e tnntte at
many 1 epttltlont at are necetiaryto tccure what jotl
id verttte or. We u fi A adverttteri lo feel that then
re not tmo$lnu on tn by nttnaour free columni.
BVAdierttiei t must urnlih copy.uhlch can le
lejt at the uffice or tent ly mall.
TJIK rVBLW LSAOKH,
Ao. 10 Kait Third Street.
Aixerttttmentt under thtt heading, not txeeedint
five tlnei, toctnlt each tninllvti.ortoccnli a week.
ANTHD-GOOD WASIIWOMAN-Apply to
Mii.'i K 1. iiiiinn, 1, Milestone ai. in iw
WOMT.V Sell guaranteed lioscj 70 per ciut.
wrollij liinkL-llUCttllyi full ur part time;
beginners Investigate. STRONG KNIT, llox
40Ji). West Philadelphia. P11. Janl3tf
WANTED All kinds c f uplioliii-rlng and fur
nl lire rppilrtog. I tun prepared to do all
klndi rf this work, and us spring Is heie, now Is
the time to send In your work. W.S. I AMPIiKLL
Shopl.'ittot ttits Mason Lumber Co In hecond
streLt. f haw 11 nree d ) ro'lu ultalle fur
storage of all kinds of furniture unit huusi'hold
goodi. Call and see me
WAM'i:i)-SITU.TION-At house work by
two girls, lived, mprctltely. It and IH
years Wrle to MISSES 1UA AM) MAIH'.L
GUV, Rural Itoute No a. Kip f). O. iiprrt
7'ANTKI) To Mru out by iniintli or day.
IT wllll I10UIR and garden fil(iiilnil mu
Write toEMEUV Gt, Kuril I I'.oute No. '2. Xilp
WANTED TI111 publlo Jo know that Louie
Miller, expert ilijeiinkfr an t repairer his
moved hli shop In. 111 abovu llarkle) ' uore to the
Newell ronnii lti East 'llil.il i rcet All worl.
done prrmptlv and guaranteed. mar'-'jtf
A7"ANTED SECOND HAND CLOTHING -TV
Fur both men and women, overcoats,
ladies' cloaks, underwear, white underskirt-, eto
Alio will buy rifles and shotguns. Will call at
home. .1. II liKADrOUD.42Kal Pront sireet
Phone 445. )anl ty
Ai erttienentt itnnrr thtt heading, not rxeeedini
tf tlnct, 10 centt eachinttrtion, urlOceidt a week
X ntd Inrgo porch.
ROOMS AND HATH
natural gas. Apply to
I7IOU RENT-TWO SIOltY 1IICICK DWELL
Jc 1NG With hath and gai Mce location ru
ho eitaveuue. Applyto.l M.COLLINS. apilHf
AAvertittmrntt tindrr thtt '.railing, not exert tint
U (wif 1, 10 centt each (uierrieu or to ctntt a week
-Call 011 or 'phone U. C. TUCKER, Wost
Fourth street aprl7 3t
ITIOR SALE-GAS STOVE-Apply tiJlTtS.
JL1 GEORGE M. DIENER, '208 Market street.
Pure breed si glo comb llronn
urn eggs, MoClavo strain. Wo per set
ling of 15 MRS
COlJEKN, It. D. 5,
Maj s llle, Ky
AJiertliementt under ttixi heading tnlsrreJ tit
)ut advertlift mint furniiti the copy.
LOST Twoyards of white embroidery in white
papep on Second street, between Murph)'s
Jewelry slnre aud Sutton street. Pleuie return
toMRS..!. II DODSON. aprl8 Iw
LOST-LAUIfiS' GOLD WATCH -lletweeu
MjhiI A Calvert's llverr stable and Young's
store on Second street. Please leave at this
ulllce and receive reward. aprlK Iw
I OST-.S'OSE GLASSES-lletwecii Christian
i-i Church aud Cuinmerce street. Return to
IOST LETTER-Somewhera between Walnut
J street aud Mlis Luninii i iiiilllnery store.
Please return l- MlbS EDN W OILVORE
To Tobacco Sellers.
Our Warehouses will be
open for the receipt and sale
of tobacco until
APRIL 30th, 1912.
No 'sales thereafter until
Farmers & Planters Warehouse
Independent L. L. Tobacco Co.
RawKes' latest pattern in
Cut Glass. J. fine assort
ment of all tbe newest
Also, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
LADIES' GUN METAL, PATENT AND WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS AND PUMPS,
$2.50 VALUES, $1.69
MEN'S FINE DRESS SHOES AND OXFORDS, $3 VALUES; '. . . . $1.99
rmif '" .1 . . ' i MANAGER.
FEET" SHOES. $2. fVv . . . , jfc&C
You ueed a Hug, Mattings, Lace
Linoleums, Bliatles or something in that
Lnrgett stock of curtain goods ever shown in Mayavillo. '
8ome liaudaome Lace CurtainB, greatly reduced in price.
Have you seen the New Bed Bets and Curtains to .match. They arc
lovely Hnd very reaeonnblo in price.
There is a big cut in the price of Wool Dress Goods. Buy at tho reg
ular marked price and then we will take off 20 per cent, or oncfifth ofl your
bill, making 50c goodu only 10c.
Special lot ol Silks onIy49c a yard; many were 7Cc and 98c.
Washablo Corduroys in many colors and whi-e, beat line in
Flounrings in endless variety; see them.
Get a Designer for May, only 10c; you will like it.
ROBERT L HOEFLICH,
For Real Eye Comfort.
229 Market Street.
iri acres seven miles from Mayreillo on
tho Washington and Uurphyavillo piko and
known as the "Ed Mahar Farm." Tho im
provements oonsistof a two-story frnmi house,
tobacco barn and stock barn and outbuilding!),
all tho buildings In first class repair. Fruit of
all klndi. Place Id well fenced and well
watered. Il'd unusual to And a small farm
with such Improvements as this one has and
located so voll Possession this month In
plenty of tlmo to start your spring work.
Spring Clothing Season
You young men who like stylish, smart clothes; you older men
who like the 8amethiug;you men who want style ami something
along conservative linen; all men of nil tnstea in ilresg; here's
notice to you all. That we are ready to show you the new mod
els in suits for spring and summer wear. Hart, Schaffner
and Marx. And Ederhcimer, Stine & Co.,have made especially
for us the heat lot of good clothes ever drought together in this
town. All the new colorings: Grays, Blocs, Purple Blues, Tans
nnd Browne. New patterns tweeds, cheviots, homespuns, serges
nud silk-mixtures. Imported fabrics of many choico textures. '
These goods are confined to us exclusively and the prices are no
more than you pay for the common ordinary kind elsewhere.
We invite your special attention to our Furnishing Goods De
partment; all new. We have just opened over Pitting different
patterns and styles in Shirts, from 50c to $2. Most every ono
knows we sell the best Shoes in Mayaville the Crosaett, tho
Stetson. Come to us for your Easter Suit, Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
Northeast Cor. Market
the Time to
- v. rj
Curtains, Curtain Goods, Oilcloth
Lower in Price
Than Ever Before
211 and 213
Salle 4, Fir. I National Isnnk Building
Liooaiana bong (union N0.J55. "V -
I Offlon No .155.
if Residence No. 117.
DAVID T. WADSWORTH,
MY WORK IN MAYSVILLE IS MY BEFERENOE.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO REPAIR
WORK. COME TO MY
OFFICE AND SEE.
209 Mnrkot Stroet, Maysvlllo, Ky.
TKf.Kl'HONK No, 4.
Dr. Woodson H. Taulbee,
Special Attention to Diseases
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
tSTI.'yes EKamlnco" for Glasses."
OFFICE, No. 6 WEST THIRD STREET.
HOURS, 2 TO 4 P. M.
Won't last long. Order now.
XV. JOL. CAIiE;,
and Second Streets'.
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