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25c Sack Graham Flour 20c, or 2 for 35c
25c Package Whole Wheat Flour 20c,
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MAYSVILLE, KT., SATURDAY. APRIL U7, 1912.
All aorta of weather, Pdoclaro,
Id the spring occur.
My lady knows cot which to woar,
Peekabo or far
Colonel Gas Simmons, tho oldest find raoit
popular steamboat steward that evor traveled
the Ohio river, Is critically III at his home In
Aberdeen, 0. His death Is said to be a
natter of only a short time.
jESAny ono wishing to accept tbo diction-
ary offer of tho Cincinnati Enquirer can save
transportation charges by leaving tbolr order
-Uitb and returning coupons to mo nnd stating
what edition Is wanted.
DauryTayuju, Agent Enquirer.
Just received a new line of woolens and
serges from the celebrated E. U. Van Ingen
Co. Come in and lot as Bhow yoa the blue
serge that we rnako coat and pants of for $30.
All garments made In our shop and (it guaran
teed. D. HixniNGKR & Co.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports bIiow tbo steady
output of coal during tbo last lew
yenrB has made tbo dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSV1LLE COAL GO.
jS5" Cartmell extracts teeth without pain.
ili,iilt 111,111 ilitAii.;
JXJST .A. " FEW
Window and Door
Poultry Fence and
Hoes and Rakes,
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 building a silo, don't decide
until you have talked to us. You 11 be sorry ifl
The Square Deal Man.
Boss of the Store That Sells Everything jg
the Farmer Needs. B
Mr. 0. B. P. Thomas of Tulsa, Oklahoma,
called nere by the death or nts relative. miss
fMaftle Parker, returned home yesterday.
Ur. and lira. Robert 1). Owens left yester
day afternoon for Lebanon, Ind., where this
afternoon at 4 o'clock their son, Ur. G. Wood
Owens will wed Miss Gladys Wilson at the
home of Mr. and Mrc C D. O'ltear.
MRS. ELIZA J. BLYTHE
Formerly of This City Passes Away
Mrs, Ellzi Jane Dlythe, aged 70 years, died
Thnndiy evening at the horns of her daughter,
Mrs. Alice Power in Cincinnati, from the ef.
feeta tf a fractured hip sustained last August.
Six children survive ber Mrs. Power, Mrs.
Cimer, Sholton and Strode Dlythe of Clncin.
natl, Pearl and Howard of this city.
Tba body arrived here last nlgbt an J was
taken to the home of her son, Ur. Pearl
Blyths, In West Second street, and the
funeral will be held at the home at 1 p. m.,
today, eonducted by Rev. Orerly nnd assisted
by Bar. Clark. The burial will follow in the
Maysrllle Cemetery. Friends of tba family
This good woman was for many years a res
(dent of this city and she leaves many friends
to mourn ber loss. Sbe was a mombir of the
M. E. Cbnrcb all h-r lirr.
Bluo Grass League Meeting
Secretary James Sammera"of tbo Maysvllle
Club attonded the Blnegrass Loagna Directors'
meeting ot Lexington yesterday.
ArrBtieemonts were made for the distribu
tion of pasaes and for tba appointment of
eubstitulo umpiros In each town to serve In
case tbo rogular indicator bolder connot be
there. Official scorors were also appointed
for the various towns in the loague.
New York 7, HostonS.
llrocklyu o, Philadelphia 2.
Chicago 8, St. Louis 10. ,
American ltagut, '
St. I.ciiIs.Detrolt, rslu.
Hoston7, Philadelphia 0.
Hew York 10, Washington 2.
Toledo 13, Milwaukee 1.
Columbus I, Kansas City 2.
sTiNDiNU or OLUHS.
Vltibt, How. .oil, I'd.
Cluclunnt! 8 2 .()'
New York 8 3 .717
ltoton . 0 0 .500
Philadelphia;. i 8 .400
ChlcnRO ... 4 a M)
IMttiliurKb 4 II AW
St. I.onK 5 7 .417
llrooklyn M. I 7 ,63
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To nil knowing sulTerers n( rheumatltin. whether
muiciiJsr or of I he Joints. ncUtaca, lnnil)KO:,
bitclcaclio, paint In tho kidneys or neuralgia
falui, to wrlto to her (or n home treatmont wblcli
mi rppvstodly cured all ot these tortures. She
reals It her duty to send It to all lutlereri YRF.K,
You cure yourself at home, as thousands will tet
blood, loosens the HUrem-d Joints, purifies the
no chaiiKO of climate being necessary
banlsbes urlo actil from tho
blood and brlchtens the eves, cltlnir elasticity
and tone to tho whole svstem. If the above In
temta you, for proof address Mrs. MrSUMMCKS,
llox R, South liand, Ind
r Ad ftil Tvrkti4M of FRESH VEGETABLIS. fltofid v.
rBuster Brown Bread
H mm Uctictablc$
Tor Triday ana Saturday.
Some nice Dressed Poultry, Silver Slice Oakes, Buster Drown
Brcnd nnd Knr-a-von Coffee will mako you enjoy your 8undity
dinner moro than anything you buy,
grocer J - vAoLlorl
Flooring and Ceiling!
Wo arc now rocclvinp another larRO carload or Center matched Floor
ing and Bended CelllitR. Nono bettor In tho State. Our price is low, quality
lilph, and wo guarantee full measure, a Squaro Deal and jour KiitUlctlnn.
It Is a plcatiro for ub to show jrou our stook, and to giro you a full valuo for
ovcry dollar invested with us. For Farming Impleinenls wo havo in stock
Dorrlng Mowers, Ilnkcn, Cultivators and Harrows. And don't forget when
you aro in tho market for Ijurtjbcr. Bhinglca, Latlia, Doors, Ac, to sco Mason
County '4 Foremost Lumbermen.
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cot. Limestone ami Second Streets. 'Phone 579.
A. A. McliATJGHIilN. Ii, N. BKIIAN.
MRS. MARGARET OTTO
One of Maysville's Highly Estoomoil
and Vonorablo Roslilonts
Mra. Margaret J. Otto, widow of Frederick
Otto, dlod last evenlog at 5:30 o'clock at her
borne in Limestone Btreet, after a lingering
Illness of two weeks with a complication of
diseases, aged 75.
She was a daughter of the late Samuul E.
and Salllo Grimes, and was born In Drown
county, 0., September 5tb, 183G. For the
paat forty years sho has resided In thl.i city.
esteemed and beloved by all who knev ber.
Sho was a devoted wife, an affectionate mother,
and a good neighbor.
She leaves three children, II. F. A. O.to of
this city, Mra. John T. Martin of Los Angeles,
Cat., and Sherman T. Otto of Covington, be
st Jes two sisters and three brothers, Mrs. Tillio
Stewart of Ilrown county, 0., Mr?. Hlizibeth
Nowkirk of IMIsboro, Ohio, Frank Grimes of
Brown county, 0., Lew Grimes ot Hamilton, 0 ,
and C. 0. Grimes ot Falmouth, Ky.
Funeral tomorrow atternoon at 2 o'clock
from residence in Llmostone atrost, with ser
vices by Rev. Dr. John Uarbour of tbo First
Presbyterian Church, assisted by Hev. R. L.
Denn of the Central Presbyterian Church.
Interment In family lot In Uaysvlllo Cemo
Please omit Ihwors.
Tho Laws Queer Anomaly Frees
Culprit From His Just
The examining trial of Perry Dradley,
charged with bigamy came up in Judge John
L. Whitoker'a Court yesterday afternoon, and
much to tho surprlso of those In attendance,
tho tccuted was acquitted, notwithstanding
tho fact was established that ho was tbo bus
band of two living wires from whom there
bad boen no legal separation.
Testimony was Introduced showing that on
November 3J, 1902, the rites of matrimony
were legally eolemnlzed between Perry Brad
ley and Mary Lou Sinks at the bride's home
In Fleming county, In tbe presence ot George
Cooper and William Rust, by Rev. T. H.
Meadows, and according to Bradley's voluntary
statement to Chief of Pollco Harry A. Orr, he
was recently married at Wost Uolon, 0., to a
Miss Turner of Maysvllle, with whom bo was
habltatlng in this city when arrested on tbe
grave charge of bigamy.
Bradley, as the termination of the trial
provod, was ably represented by Attorney
John L. Chamberlilo, who, at the conclusion
of tostlmony heard, asked that his client be
dismissed, and la order to sustain his motion
Introduced a decision banded down by the
Court of Appeals covering a casa Identical
with tbe ono before tbe Court, wherein the
laws and facts proved lick of jurisdiction In
tho case. According to the interpretation ot
tho law as rondered by tho hlghor Court,
thongb a man may hare contracted a mar
riage In this state, and afterward agaht In
aoothtr as wis Bradlsy's caso thero was to
Infraction of the Kentucky law as tho offense
had been committed In another itoto and the
violator wis amenable to the laws of that
state and not Kentucky.
Io passing upon tbe qaostion Judge Wbita
kor remarked that it was a bad law, but all
the same It was a law as written In the book,
and while tbo caio was an aggravated one
there was no other courio to puriua thin to
dismiss tbo case and discharge the prisoner.
Attorney Chamberlilo, though not respon
sible for the law, dug op a very obnoxious one
that it bound to giro trouble, and "the sooner
It li circumvented tho better it will be for the
Btet ?, k'a&tscky. Ai tbe ordinary layman
uaikralwHktUiHMtlo It Is a license to
:!&: Wtfsrieye'f row woaacutloa
PROBABLY FAIK TODAY
Mr;. John Caso died last night at 11
o'clock at her home In Murphysrllle, aged
65 years. Besides ber husband she leaves
several children. Funeral tomorrow at 11
o'clock at Shannon Churcb.
Trip of Bermuda
Price af Gratitude
Ar.d Ono Other Good Picture.
t3TMllnfe Today nt l:aop m.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS 8
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
For Sale At public auction on May let,
1912, at 10:30 a. m, live dwolllrgs situated
on East Third Street between Poplar nod Lex
ington Btreets, Fifth Ward, Maysvllle, Ky.,
eamo being property of Bakor Wood.
The will of tho lato Miss Kato Blanchard
was probatod In County Court yesterday. Sbe
loaves ber estate to her sister and brothers.
There Is rante Catarrh lu tills seotlon ot the
eouniryth&u ml other diseases put togcthar, and
until tho last fow years was supposed to be lucur
abl. Foragruat many years doctors pronounced
It alocal dliaientid presorlbud local remedies,
and by constantly falling to oure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Sotence has
proven oatarrh to he acoustttutlonal disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J.Cheney A
Co.,To)edo,0., Is the only constitutional oure on
Mie market. It It taken Internally In doses from
lOdropstontoaspoontul. It acts directly on the
bJoodandmuaoussurfaces of tho system. They
ofNronn hundred dollars for any caso It fails to
oure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, V, J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, ut.
Take Hall'sFamlly Plllsforconstlpatlon.
DINGER & FREUND
The funeral services orer tho roraalns of
Mrs. Harvey Durrum at the home of her
mother In East Third street yesterday after
nooo, was attonded by a large numbor of her
sorrowing relatives and friends. As the
cortege left tho bouse for the Cemetery there
was a heavy downpour of rain which continued
TO CUItK A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take LAXATIVE IIROMO Quinine Tablets
ills to oure,
Druggist refund money If It fall
GROVE'S slgnaturo Is on each box.
An Honor Worthily Bestowed'
Mr. Robert A. Cochran of this city was
eloctod at the spring meeting ot Presbytery as
Elder Commissioner to the General Assembly
of the Presbyterian Church in Louisville.
This Is tho first time tho Assembly has met
South of tho Ohio river since tbo Civil War.
It'.ia a much coveted honor to represent tho
Church In the Assembly.
.Coughs, Colds and Throat Trouble Treated By the Use of
By doing eo you get to tho real cause. Used in caeca of asthma,
coughs, colds and all bronchial trouble. Our stock of Atomizers is
tho most complete in tho city. Our prices and quality aro interest
ing. From COc to $2 for the best matlo Atomizers on tho market.
M. F. WILLIAMS & GO
"Big Drugstore With
a the Little Prico."
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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 clothoe
judgment, who buys the best clothes he can afford and gets ono hundred cents value for every dollar ho
spends. This kind ia most prominent among tho wearers of ''Hechinger Clothes." Your next Suit is
going to be of either gray, bluo or brown material if you will follow the fashions,
SMART GLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN
Tho satisfaction which our clothes give young men is a great factor in our business. The patterns and
styles uro particularly suited to tho young man's taste in lit and shape to tho body. They aro tho highest
typo made. Our Men's and Boys' Shoes, our Hats, Soft Derbys, Straw and Panamas aro the kind to go
with our clothe.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
I Is I
Maysville's Loading Clothing
Thursday nnd Friday,'"Heceptlon days" In
tho Maysvllle Public Schools, wore attended
by nearly a thousand enthusiastic patrons
who were delighted with the exercUes and tbo
display ot school work. Superintendent Drnd
ntr Is again tn be congratulated.
Tbe funeral of Thomas R. Luldns will take
pUro tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from
St. Patrlck'e Church.
Mr. John Purdon ot Dayton, 0., formerly
half owner of The Iodepjndent office, la here
visiting relatives and friends.
Short & Kane have tbe contract for furnish,
log tho Iron work used in constructing the
new Gem thoater building.
Mr. William Dierloy, C. & 0. telegraph
operator, has been transferred from Broshoars
Station to third trick in the Maysvllle office.
Comes the good news that the day of
ffllv 7 the daintiest little wash frocks at prices
iVt n trifln nvpr rh rncf nl mnfrrinl cor
75c, i up to $2.98 according to sizes
which are 2 to 16 years.
The patterns are charmingly car
ried out in blind and open work done with mercerized
silk floss on finely woven marquisette. Blue, helio,
white, green, pink. Ample material, sheer and beauti
txil, in lovely shades. Each pattern nea tly boxed, and
very cheap at $4.98.
You will not, as a rule, find men's serge at this price,
but we are using men's serge almost exclusively in these
suits, because it has more body, tailors and wears better
than ordinary serge. t In the same way we insist on a
certain quality of satin linings and on care in details oi
buttons and stitching. Come in we can talk about
f these splendid suits better than we can write about them.
All-Linen Towels 25c Each
The time is not far distant when towels will be re
quired in extra plentiful quantities. Already many
housekeepers have listed the towel needs for summer.
So this special offering of sturdy, serviceable towels is
sure to find a welcome. Thero are linen huckaback tow
els with hemmed or hemstitched ends, in plain white or
with red and blue borders. Also choice damask figured
borders on fine quality huck towels. All are good
Tbe rainfall yesterday afternoon and last
night was one of tbe heaviest seen hero for
The farmer who raisrs a good ciru crop this
season will head the procession In dollars and
cents next year.
srJ"Ooing fast that carload of timothy
bay at G. W. McDanlel & Coh.
Mr. R. A.Carr, Jr., who has accepted a posi
tion as traveling representative ot tbo Indian
Coal Company of Wheeling, W. Vs., Is spend
ing a few days at home.
The Robert Dodd passed up tbe river yes
terday, having la tow the Greater New York
show boat. Ren Campbell ot Aberdeen, ono
of the oldest and best engineers on tho river,
has charge of tba onglne room of the Dodd,
and stopped off for a few hours to say howdy
to bis many friends here.
RED LETTER DAY.
$1 worth Stamps Free.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
Saturday Will Be Red Letter Day
LADIES3 TO WEAR
Busy department on our
Dresses. v '
Coats. ' '
Children's Dresses in
madras, percale, gingham
and white embroidered.
A Fit Guaranteed.
Of Colored Scrim Cur
tain goods, i yd. to 8
yards. Less than half
Blue and pink and
New stripe voiles 25c.
"Silver" Shirts 85c.
Special $1.25, worth
High or low neck.
Better selections will
be found here at lower
prices for tho same qual
ities. Carpets cut while, you
We carry the stock,
Another lot just re
ceived. Runs like a carpet
The very best one
$1.50 to $5.
$3 to $5.
75c to $2.50.
GROWING GIRLS .
Should wear "Growing
Queen" Oxfords. $2.50.
MEN'S WORKING SHOES
T he very best made.
$3 and $3.50.1
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