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SPECIAL, This Week Only
25c Sack Graham Flour 20c, or 2 for 35c
25a Package Whole Wheat Flour 20c,
or 2 for 35c,
DINGER & FREUND
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MAYSVILLE, KY., FKIDAY, APRIL iJ6, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Old Mother Hubbard
Went to tbe cupboard
To Ret a nlco bono for tbo hound,
But when she got thero
Tbe cupboard was baro,
So she kicked the poor doc; around.
Doublo Stamps Saturday at Merz Dros.
Justin McCarthy, novelist, historian, and for
many years a member of Parliament, died nt
Miss Janle Eltel, who underwent n surgical
operation" In Cincinnati ton days ago, returned
lQjna.ye8torday. She Is improving right along
and Is now able to sit up.
R. C. NASH,
House nnd Sifjn
J'alnls Home iinrf'WX
rti Pure J'nliif.-WJ
X24 Market Street!
JUST .A. FEW"
Base Ball Bats, Gloves
Bicycle Bells and Lamps, Acetylene Lamps,
Buggies, Buggy Dusters.
Runabouts, Wool Dusters,
Driving Wagons, Dog Collars,
Break Carts. Hay Knives.
If you're thinking of
until vou have talked to
you do. '
Boss of the Store That Sells Everything
the Farmer Needs.
Joho R. Walton and wife of Covington
Germsotown for a few Jays visit with rel
Mrs. A. F. Itespesa of Frankfort U visiting
ber.motber, Urr. John W. Watson of the Hill
Dr. and Mrs. ?. G. Walton of Monmouth
street, Newport, are visiting relatives in Ma-
Ur. W. L. Carter of Catto street left for
Huntington, W. Va-, and other points yester
Miss Hosa Carr of the Mist Rati has re
turned home, aftor n delightful visit with her
sisters In Covington. s
Ur. and Urr. P. S. Moxloy of Sherborne
and Urs. L. N, Hall of Flomlngsburg wore out-of-town
shoppers In ibo city yesterday.
Urs. C. P. Dleterlcb has returned from
Cincinnati, where she was called by tbo death
of her one!e, Mr. John Uurtllug, u prominent
Cincinnati jewelor. .
Hen, W. II. Cox and Urs. Cox left this
morning for Griffin, Gn , to spend a month
.with their daughter, Mrs Clayton Earlo Wheat.
r.- i i. i "'fif1- m
M ' JThey will also visit In Louisville.
kW . fcfrs. Staelwald and UIis Alice Tudor of
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'" Cook of Lexington were among thoio from a
distance In .tteodance upon tha funeral of
,vMUs Kale BUnchrl. Wedtesday.
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports bIiow tho steady
output ot coal duriug tbe Inst lew
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
moro 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,
WCartmell extracts teeth without pain.
Window and Door
Poultry Fence and
Hoes and Rakes,
building a silo, don't decide
us. You'll be sorry if I
Urs. Ernest Miles and son, Leroy, of Lex
ington, are visiting the former's mother, Urs.
Edward Mitchell of East Second street.
Misses Katherino Fox, Bertha Will, Lula
Carter and Emms Fox of Portsmouth, 0., Sun
dayed here with their friend, UIjs Elizabeth
Colburn of Huston avenuo, Sixth Ward.
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The remains of Ur. Thomas II. Luklns, who
died at Danville, III., will arrive here tomorrow
morning and will be takon to the homo of Ur.
L. T. Gaebke In East Second street. The
funeral will be hold at St. Patrick's Church
Sunday morning nnd the lotermont will follow
in the Washington Cemetery.
ANOTHER BIG DEAL
In RealEstato Consummated East
End Industrial Center
That anolhor big industrial enterprise Is on
the tapis, la evldocced by tbo manner In which
desirable tiuildlog sites along the C. and 0.
Railroad are belog snapped up by partlt-B
familiar with the trond of affair?.
Several days ogo Ur. Baker Wood of this
city, momber of a wealthy syndicate, bought of
Dobyns and Mills the vacant lot and house ad
joining corner of Commorco and Third streets,
aa well as holding nn option on the W. W.
Lynch nnd Dozin property, near the vacant
lot belonging to tha C. and 0.
The object ot tbo purchase of the property
has not boon dlvnlged and speculation la rife
as to the purport of the deal. Tbe inference is
that theC. andt). wants the land for switching
purposes, n.d pther wise ones have it that new
tobacco warehouses ara to be built. In the
meantime Mr. Wood la saying nothing and
JT mm UedctaDks
Tor friday and Saturday.
8omo nice Dressed Poultry. 8ilver Slice Cakes, Buster Brown
Bread and Kara-van Coffeo will mako you enjoy your 8unday
dinner more than anything you buy.
Flooring and Ceiling!
Wo tiro now receiving another largo carload of Center Matched Floor
ing anil Headed Gelling. None bettor In tho State Our price Is low, quality
IiIrIi, and wo guarantee full measure, n Sqnrtro Deal and your nt Is tact Ion.
It Is n plcauro Tor us to show you our ntoak, nnd to glvo you a full valuo Tor
every dollnr Invested with us. For Farming Implements wo havo In stock
Dcnrlng Mowers. Rakes, Cultivators nnd Harrows. And don't forget when
yon arc In tho market fur Lumber. Shingles, Laths, Doors, &o., to sco Mason
County' Foremost Lumbermen.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cot. Limestone and Second! Sttcets. 'Phone SI 9.
a. a. Mclaughlin. l. n. dkiian.
Saturday will be Red Letter Day.
Tbe Court of Appeals affirmed the death
sentence given Ewon Howling of Breathitt
county, who shot and killed Sam Crawford, a
Tobacco plants sre reported as coming up fine
and many growers report having plants w.th
leaves ns large as a silver dimo, rays Tbe
Tho Court of Appeals says tho Louisville
Board ot Education acted within Its powers In
removjog former Assistant Superintendent
W. II. Lucas.
Tho District Convention, Knights of Pythias,
convenes nt Brooksvllle Uonday. Work
In the first degree. A large number of dele
gates are expected.
Yosterday in the case of S. D. Bramel
against Bland Kirk the Juryreturnod a verdict
for defendant In the sum ot $101.2'"). with in
terest at C thorcon from April 25th, 1912,
and bis costs herein expended.
"And Silontly Stole Away"
The camp of Armenians, or eocalled Gipsies
which has been located South ot Lexington
street and tho L. & N. fill, last night folded
np their tonts like the Arabs and silently stole
awny. Whether they stole anything oho ro
mains to bo reported by their late neighbor?.
There was a "fortune teller," a woman, In the
bunch, who waa tbe chief source of revenue;
besides there was a measly bear, nlno children
and sovornl onery men and women. That the
ging has departed hence, is not to be re
gretted. Kentucky's Healthy Growth
The report of the Director of Census shows
that from 18-19 to 1009 the total value of tbe
manufactures of the State Increased ten
times, or from only $21,710,000 in 1849, In
eluding tbe products of neighborhood and band
Industries, to $22..,75 4,000 in 1909. exclusive
of the products of neighborhood and band In
dustries. 1909 Kentucky had 4.77G manufacturing
establishments, which gave employment to an
avorego ot 79,060 persona during tho year, and
patd out $.17,101,000 In salaries and wsges.
Of tho persons Imployod 05,400 were wage
These establishments turnod.out products to
tbe vslue of $223,704,000, In the manufacture
of which material costing $111,779,000 were
utilized. The value added by manufacturing
was $111,975,000, which figures, as explained
in tho In!roductioa
AN AGED RESIDENT
Cnllod Home Death of Mrs. Ann
Mrs. Ann Flnerty, relict of of James
Finerty, one ot Maysville's venerable and es
Uemod residents, died yesterday morning at
11:30 o'clock at ber borne Io East Second
street after a protracted illness, agod 79 years
Deceasod waa born In County Galway, Ire
land, Decombor 10th, 1832 Sbo was married
to James Finerty In the old Catholic Church In
this city In 1851. Sbo was a good woman aid
has gone to bor reward.
Sbo leaves three children Mrs. Stanley
I'ortor, Miss Sadie and Mr. James Finerty, and
ono grandson, Mr. James Seeley, all of this
city. Also one brother, Mark Katie of Oalto,
111,, and ona titter, Mrs. EJUo Donnolly of St..
SHOWERS AND TIIUNOEK
STOItMS TODAY, SATURDAY
Tbe funeral of Urs. Louise Alexander Dur
rum will take place this aftornoon at 3 o'clock,
from tbo homo of her mother, Urs. Joho
W. Alexander, in East Third street.
And Onn Other Good Picture.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS H
In Choicest Weaves
The possibilities oi black were never so potent,
and all indications point to greater use ol it. Every
luxurious weave in colored Silks ia duplicated in'black,
toned down to the same clinging softness, the same ex
Messaline, taffeta, crepe meteor, satin duchesse.
serge and other. Silks offer variety in weave and 50c to
$2 diversity in quality, width and price.
Pretty Window Draperies
The dainty scrims in figured and bordered effects
show onough color variation to harmonize with any fur
nishings 19c, 25c yard.
Mr. Georgo Wood Owens, son of Ur. and
Mrs. R. D. Ovens ot West Third street, left
yesterday for Noblesvllle, Ind., whero tomor
row he will bo united in Marriage to Miss
Wilson, a formor Kentucky belle. Mr. John
Dudley Keltb ot this city is with Ur. Wood and
will bo best man at the nuptials.
LADIES' TO WEAR
Busy department on our
Dresses. " ,
Children's Dresses in
madras, percale, gingham
and white embroidered,
A Fit Guarantoed,
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Shoe Day Saturday nt Uerz Bros.
Taft Flushed Willi Anrjer
Flays tho Lion Hunter
FrniNcriELD, Mass., April 2G'.b. Flushing
with anger at times, President Taft launched
straight into an attack on Theodon Roose
velt with his first words here today, whllo a
crowd of 7.000 cheered.
Tho President ppoke for an hour; closing he
"In Rooaavelt you are in danger of a die
tator who, -once he recoived a third term,wou1d
cling Ike a leech to tbo White House, and
never leave It until death removed him.
"Ho is a leader of meo, and Is n man of
much strength of purpose, and has so llttlo re
gard for tho constitution or legal procedure
and the courts that ho Is not to bs trusted
with the Presidency. I am sorry to say It, but
I believe It In my siul, and must state my
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THE WELL-DRESSED MAN
Is not necessarily one who spends most money on his clothes, but is the person who uses good clothes
judgment, who buys the best clothes he can afford and gets one hundred cents value (or every dollar ho
spends. This kind is most prominent among the wearers of ''Hechinger Clothes." Your next Suit is
going to bo ot either gray, blue or
Tho satisfaction which our clothes
tylc8 are particularly suited to the
type made. Our Men's and Hoys'
with our clothe?.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Smoke Masonlan and La Toeca, 5 cents
i P. P. Meyers & Son of Mt. Olivet aro opera-
ting a $1,000 motor freight carbetwoen Maya-
vlllo and Mt. Olivot. Tbo capacity of tbe
freighter i) 1,700 pounds, and is quito an
' Improvement over wagon transportation.
PGolng fast that carload of timothy
hay at C. W. McDanlel & Cn.'s.
Tho Ladles' liatzir of the Christian Church
will meet on "Saturday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. U. C. Rusaoll. A
full attendance Is desired.
Will Be ReJ Letter Day
Colored Scrim Cur-
i yd. to 8
New stripe voiles 25c.
"Silver" Shirts 85c.
Special $1.25, worth
High or low neck.
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The seven-months' old child of Dr. and Urs.
J. A. Simpson Is very 111, suffering from pneu
monia. Potit Larceny
James Desembly was arraigned before Judge.
John L. Whltaker yesterday afternoon on a
petit larceny charge. He waived an examina
tion and was held to tbe Circuit Court in the
sum of $100, and In default was commlttod to
Coughs, Colds and Throat Trouble Treated By the Use of
By doing bo you get to the real cause. Used iu cases of asthma,
coughs, colds and all bronchial trouble. Our stock o( Atomizers is
the most complete in tho city. Our prices and quality aro interest
ing. From 50c to $2 for tho beet mailo Atomizers on tho market.
ML? Wll 1 IAUQ It f!H "BiD Drugstoro With
r WiLI-Jftmd (X lltli the Little Price."
brown material it you will follow the fashions.
CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN
givo young men is a great factor in
young mnn's tasto in lit and shape
Shoes, our Hats, Soft Derbys, Straw
Appraised at $2,241.68
An Inventory and appraisement ot the per
sonal estate ot Annlo L. Clark, deceased, was
produced io the County Court yesterday filed
and ordered to be recorded.
The Nets are legion. Graceful floral effects, bold
stripes, clever copies of old designs, all these and more
you will find in tho collection. 19c to 50c yard, and all
45 inches wide.
In Lace Curtains you may buy a pair for 75c or
$2j4 or you may choose from a dozen prices between.
Whatever the price, expensive or inexpensive,
remember it; is never high. Some very attractive pat
terns 'n all-over lace and bordered net designs have just
The trouble with most Linoleum is that it is made
from die cut, color-blocks pieced together so that in use
the continuous grinding of dirt and the seeping of scrub
water into the joints rots and loosens the blocks and
ruins the Linoleum. The kind we handle is not die cut
but moulded in one solid even piece without a crack or
joint from end to end. It is made for hard wear and
for this greater durability you pay no higher price. 50c
and 60c a square yard.
Flco rain this morning and
Is hero to stay.!
Important. 0o euro to come. All the
women of the First M. E. Cburcb, South, aro
requested to meet at the Church Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Better selections will
be found here at lower
prices for the same qual
ities. Carpets cut while you
We carry the stock.
Another lot just re
ceived. Runs like a carpet
The very best one
Ulss Anna Wallace has bought the Shannon
property In Llmeatooo etroet,betweon Fourth
and Fifth streets, consideration, $451.
Automatlo signals are In use on the C. & O.
as far East as Carntown, and a force of men
aro now at work Installing the system toward
Augusta, and It la expected they will resuh
there within the next two or threo months.-
our busiriess. Tho patterns and
to the boJy. They are the highest
and l'anamas are the kind to go
Maysville's Loading Clothing
Mr. R. M. Tbrelkeld, who has been visiting
his brother, Mr. James E. Threlkold of this
city, for some tlmn has gono to Washington
City, where he will mako his home with his
son, Mr. Maurice Tbrelkeld, who is employed
In the Bureau of Printing and Eograving.
SATURDAY WILL BE
RED LETTER DAY.
$1 worth Stamps Free.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
$1.50 to $5.
$3 to 5-
75c to $2.50.
GROWING GIRLS .
Should wear "Growing
Queen" Oxfords. $2.50.
ME(i'S WORKING SHOES
1 he very best made.
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Shnn Shnn. fin