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No matter how your friends may throng
When you. ore In a plight,
If you admit that you are wrong
The world will say you're right.
It rained all night last night.
F&nj one wishing to accept tho diction
ary offer of tho Cincinnati Enquirer can save
transportation charges by leaving tholr order
with and returnlog coupons to me and stating
what edition Is wanted.
Harry Taylok, Agont Eaqulror.
- Approaching Nuptials
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at St.
Patrick's Church Mr. R. J. Henderson, ono of
Portsmouth, O.'s leading citizens will lead to
to the altar one of Maysville's fairest daugh
ters In the person of Miss Margaret Buckley,
one of tko popular salesladies ut Hunt's dry
JUST .A. FEW
Base Ball Bats, Gloves
Bicycle Bells and Lamps, Acetylene Lamps,
Buggies, Buggy Dusters.
Runabouts, Wool Dusters,
"m Driving Wagons, Dog Collars,
Break Carts, Hay Knives.
If you're thinking of
until vou have talked to
The Square Deal Man..
Boss of the Store That Sells Everything
the Farmer Needs.
Mrs. John Collins and two children of Louis-
"villa arq here visiting relative?.
t Miss Clara May Thomas of Dover Is bere on
i, .,,..,, au, i.w-..irgy
b a visit to Miss Theo. 0. Curran of Forest b
Mrs. W. T. Wise of Covington Is visiting her
parents, Mr. and lira. William Wise of Forest
Mrs. John Ileltich of Covington, called bere
by the death and burial of her relative, Mrs.
Ann Finerty, returned homo yesterday.
Mr. and Mrv. Dsiil Tolb of Bast Fifth
treat returned Sunday from a visit to their
daughter, Mrs. Leallo Woodworth, ot Lebanon,
Mr. John Todd of Fleming county, direotor
In the Planters' Looso Leaf Tobacco Ware
house In the East End, was a business vititor
in the city Saturday
Miss Lyda Duke Woods, Miss Mary Wilson,
Mr. George H. Frank and Prof. W. C. Coryall
attended tbe Sunday-school Convention nt
Helena yesterday afternoon.
W. C. T. Union
Tbe Uaysvllle Women's Christian Temper-
anco Union will meet at the Whito Hall Hotel
'"thlii afternoon at 4 o'clock. All raorabors an
purged to attend. Those not having cards also
corns and aid the oansa by their presence.
Una. ft. P. Voouv, Ueoordlng Becretary
IBuster Brown Bread silvksfl,cj
Aim! all varieties of FKX8H YCaSTABLlS. hmd. ua
MHBJSKt 'iBLik I .
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coul during luo last few
years litis made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are goiDg to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAY.SVILLE COAL CO.
j?S" Cartmell extracts toeth without pain.
Window and Door
Poultry Fence and
Hoes and Rakes,
building a silo, don't decide
us. You'll be sorry if I
Ur. Robert Mill?, aRed 19, and Miss ; Hilda
Truesdell, aged 18, of MoKeczIe, Lewli county,
were married Id the Comity Clerk's office
Saturday by consent of parents, Judge W. II.
WITH SUICIDAL INTENT
SGerlrudo Minoor Takes Poison-
Prompt Action Savos Her
Certrudo Uineer, aged 21, attempted to
Ue her life. yesterday afternoon about 3
o'clock by takiog strychnine at the homo of
jj Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter in Casto street,
ft waore she is employed.
Tho prompt arrival and modicil aid ron
lerod by Dr. Smoot alone saved her life. The
ycrcig woman is a comely, bright and prepos
uesiiog person, and it Is said she was driven
ta tie rash act by belog oazged by her
jureots, whose homo llfo and onvlronmsnts
re distasteful o bor more refined nature.
Ute. Cartor with whom she has been em
ployed, cpeaka in high praise ot the young
The Miiteers live In tho Etst Eadranddt
aeems they wanted her to give up her pleasant
home with the Csrteralind work in tbe tobacco
warehoute, at which she rebelled.
Her condition this morning Is reported
I favorable, aid with no backset she will re-
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MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, APRIL U9, 1912.
H nil" Ucttctdblcs
Tor friflay ana Saturday,
Somo nico Dressed Poultry. Silver Slico Cakes, Buster Drown
Dread and Kar-n-vnn Coffeo will mnko you enjoy your Sunday
dinner moro than anything you buy,
grocer J (- (AoLiori
Flooring and Ceiling!
"Wo nre now receiving another larco cnrlond of Center Matched Floor
ing mid IJcnded Celling. Nono better In tho State. Our price Is low, cinnlity
IiIrIi, and wo guarantee full incnsuro, a Sqtinro Ileal and yonr Ratlai'nctlon.
It is a plrnure for us to show you our stock, and to glvo yon a full value for
every dollnr Invested with u. For Farming Implements wo have in stock
Doerlng Mowers, Hakes, Cultivators and Harrows. And don't lorget when
you arc in tho market for Lumber. Shingles, hatha, Doors, c, to sec Mason
County'x Foremost Lumbermen. '
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets,
A. A. McliAUOHLilX. Ii. N. I1KIIAN.
Mayavllle Commandory No. 10, K. T. will
confer orders on three candidates this after
noon at 4 o'clock. ALLAN D. COLE, E. C.
Saturday Master Commissioner A. G. Sulser
sold at public auction the Mlko Mulroney (arm
containing 19 acres, lying two miles West of
Mayslick, to U. M. Cracraft far $159, 'per
acre. "Mason county la the garden spot of
tbe world; go where you may more valuable
and productlre land cannot be found.
This is Circus Day at Maysvillo
This (a circus day at Maysvillo and as tho
weather U clearing a large turnout Is ex
pected. "Sanger's Greater European Shoves,"
are hero In all their "glittering gilt and glory."
The cars are In tbe L. and N. yards and the.
"white city" Is pitched on tbe oil ball park In
Hast Second street.
Lait evening Mr, Uenry E. Poguo and eon,
Henry, Jr., had a narrow escape from serious
injury and probable death. A horso attached
to a buggy belonging to Jack UcNutt either
broke loose or was unhitched from a hitching
post at Haggerty's store on the Gormantown
pike and ran cIT. The runaway collided with
Mr. Pogue's buggy as he was entering bis
suburban bomo in the West End, upsetting
his boggy and throwing tbe occupants out.
Fortuoatoly, they escaped with alight bruise?.
Doth buggies were wrecked.
Maysvillo Defeats Climax Team
Score, 17 to 1
Although rain foil yester
day afternoon at Intervals,
several hundred people wero
out to witness tho wallop the
Uaysvllle team bestowod upon
tbo so-called "fast" Climax
team of Cincinnati.
The game was a mcro rout and as the class of
ball put up by the visitors, as they only scored
one measley run In the seventh, while Mays
villo rattled off 15 runs in tbo first three in
nings and then slacked up for a rest, scoring
2 more In tbo eighth inning, making tbo final
17 to 1. -
Tbe score by innings follows:
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Maysvllle.....l G 9 0 0 0 0 0 x 17 10 0
Climax 00000 0 1001 5 2
Uatteries Climax, Kensells, Ilrenen and
Randall; Uaysvllle, Ceor, Sanford, Wollman,
Grover and Woodruff.
Talks on "Inspiration, From Christ
and His Church" Class
of Ton Con
firmed Yesterday morning at tho Church of tbe
Nativity lit. Hov. Lewis W. Barton, Bishop of
the Episcopal Dioceso of Lexington, delivered
one of tho most eloquent and beautiful sermons
ever beard In this venerated and beloved house
The good Bishop seemed Inspired himself
when he preached from tho text: "Inspiration,
as drawn From Christ and Ills Church."
Thero was a largo audience present and his
rettarks made a lasting improsslon for good.
Hector Fisldlng presented a clais tf Ion
pa tnembore for confirmation, which aacrod
ceremony was most Impressively conduoted by
Following aro the no members: WilUr
Austin, Percy Austin, J. Edwla yatthws, Car
toll Power Matthevi, Richard Allea Carr, Hr.
During Friday's heavy rain the anwer in
Wood street overflowed and Inundated the
residence of Clarenco I'urdon at tbe corner of
Wood and Third streets, covering the first
floor with several Inches of water, ruining car
pels and doing other damage. The honso
belongs to the Stato National Dank,
$30 PER MONTH
Pension Given Maysvillo Men-
$810 nMontli, For Ken-
Friday tbo House passed anumberof privato
pension bills, giving to Kentuckians a total of
$840 a month. These pensions follow:
Maysvilla Georgo W. Oldham, ?30; John J.
Augusta William Kautz, $30; Henry V.
Tboro ii also a long list of others.
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
ful, in lovely shades. Each pattern nea tly boxed, and
very cheap at 84.9s.
Saturday Frank Holmes and William O'Keefp,
Cincinnati, machinists, whllo engaged in build
ing a cribbing at tho Maysvillo Ice Plant,
preparatory to erecting a large smokestack,
met with almost a fatal accident by the struct
TmJhh Carpet Store
We are the only store here that carries a complete line of
Axminsters, Velvets and Brussels Carpets; not samples, but the
Carpets by the roll. Cut to fit your room while you wait. 65c
to $1.25 yard. '
Cotton, Wool-Filled and All-Wool Carpets.
More patterns will be found here than any
Kentucky of the same size. 25c to 85c.
We are the only store here that imports Mattings direct from
Japan and Chjna. Compare our qualities, not prices. 15c to 39c
CWJ? COPY ONE CENT.
Tho social that was tohavo taken place Fri
day evening by the Epworth Leaguo of tbo Third
Street M. E. Church was postponod until somo
evening this week.
For Sale At public auction on May 1st,
1912, at 10:30 p. m , five dwellings situated
on East Third Street between Poplar and Lex
ington streets, Fifth Ward, Moysvllle, Ky.,
same being property of Dakor Wood.
Tharo Is ranro Catarrh In this scotlon of tbs
country thau ml oilier tllieasea put together, and
until the last few yean wai supposed to be Incur
able Kora great inauy years doctors pronounced
It aloctl dlsensennd prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly t ailing to ouro with local treat
rnsnt, pronounced It Incurable. Science bas
provon catarrh to bo (constitutional dlseaso and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by. I J. Cheney A
Co. , Toledo, O. ,1s tho only constitutional cure on
the market. It Is taken Internally In doses irom
lOdrops to a teaspooutul. It aots directly on tbe
bloodand muooussurf&ces ot the system. They
offerono hundred dollars (or any case It (alls to
cure. Send (or circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75?.
Tako Hall's Family Plllsforconstlpatlon,
THE WELL-DRESSED MAN
Is not necessarily ono who spends most money on his clothes, but is the person who uses good clothes
judgment, who buys tho best clothes he can afford and gets ono hundred cents value for every dollar be
spends. This kind is most prominent among the wearers of ''Hcchinger Clothes," Your next Suit is
going to be o( 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 are particularly suited to tbe young man's tasto in fit and shape to tbe body. They nre the highest
type made. Our Men's and .Boys' Shoes, our Hats, Soft Derbys, Straw and 1'auamas arc the kind to go
with our rlotlipf.
Tfc TJTJnTTT'Krmi'O X nr Maysville's Leadinn Clothinn and
Tickets for opening ball game for salo at
Crane &. Shafer's Tuesday.
Mr. James Walton of tho Farmers' and
Traders' Hank, has bought tho Charles Collins
residence in Bast Fifth street. The homo is a
most desirablo ono.
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. uuiiiu acwuijj is jjabL ucuuum; wc nave
the daintiest little wash frocks at prices
a trifle over the cost oi material. 50c,
75c, $1 up to $2.98 according to sizes
whjeh are 2 to 16 years.
ure giving way and tho men being precipitated
to the floor of tho eogloo room, a distance of
twenty-five feet. O'Keefe escaped with a few
slight braise., while Holmes wai seriously
hurt about the, hesdaru and body. Ho Is
confined to bis bed at the Kentucky Hotel,
where he is receiving medical attention.
DINGER & FREUND
COMING TO THE FRONT
Judge Rico a Firm Beliovor in Good
Roads-Will Push the
Mason county will take on a moro progres
sive move this year for good roads. Last
year there was spent on tho 330 miles of
Coughs, Colds and Throat Trouble Treated By the Use of
By doing so you get to the real cause. Used in cases ot asthma,
coughs, colds and all bronchial trouble. Our stock of Atomizers Is
the most complete in the city. Our prices nnd quality are interest
ing. From 50c to $2 for tho best made Atomizers on tho market.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
JT JUXv OO VW
Mr. Timothy O'Connell of Mason county, the
venerable father of Mr. William C'Connell of
this city, was in tows Saturday meotiug some
of his frionda of fifty years ago. Ilia aged
wifo who has been sick for some time, continues
You will uot, as a rule, find men's serge at, this price,
but wo are using men's serge almost exclusively in these
suits, because it has more body, tailors and wears better
than ordinary serge. In the same way we insist on a
certain quality of satin linings and on care in details of
buttons and stitching. Come in we can talk about
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. There are linen huckaback tow
els with hemmed or hemstitched ends, in plain whito or
with red and blue borders. Also choice damask figured
borders on fine quality huck towels. All are good
"Golng fast that carload of timothy
hay at G. W. McDanlel & Co.'s.
Mr. Robert A. Cochran of this city was
elected a director for three years of tho Ken
tucky Manufacturers' Association at Louis
macadam pikes land 78 miles of dirt road,
the som of $40,020.90, a large amount of this
being from privato subscriptions. This yoar
moro than that will be spent and Judgo Rice
Is now busy trying to figuretho advantage of
oillog the various pikes in this county.
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Tun Public Lcdger will close up shop
Wodnesday afternoon and all hands will attend
the opening ot the Dluegrasa League aesson at
'Big Drugstoro With
the Little Price."
Chnn Shnn. R$
Mr. Allen Hall of Winchester, 0 , has bought
the Thomas Illae property In Oklahoma. Ho
takes possession this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Clift of Forest avenuo
will shortly move to the country and take up '
their residence on a farm near Mayslick.
Start Saving Stamps Today.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
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and MravKoWd Deeta.Hr. aai Mrs. Krwt