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DINGER & FREUND
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MAYSVILIiB, ICY., MONDAY, MAY 20, 19 J 2.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
V' Willi V 19 MtNP.
--Tell ma no more tomorrow will be fair,
Por yooth Is fltet.
GIto mo my pleasure now, tbe roso to wear,
1 While llfo fa sweet.
Tell me no more tomorrow mill be clad
Today is long.
Give ma my rapturo now, my heart la Bad,
1 need the song.
Tell ma no more tomorrow will be Ray
Tbo shadow Her.
From those bleak winters far nway awoy
Tell me no moro tomorrow will be dear
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Today, today I
Leolyn Louite Everett in Life.
Wit. Fleming Pogue and Mrs. Jackson Kratt
'of Cincinnati and Mrs. Bello Anderson of Mol-
uuaruu, ft., win uintu nuuuvauuy tu uu iub
j guests of Mrs. lenry Pogue at ber delightful
suburban borne In the West Bad.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tbe steady
output ot coal during the last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to got
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo lor your money,
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
PIIONK 1 19.
P&r Cartmell extracts toeth without pain.
Swat the Fly
Or, better still, don't let
him in. He's a menace to
your health and comfort. Let
ub screen your house tor you.
We havo a splendid line of
doors and windows; also,
screen by the yard.
Keep Your Lawn Pretty
A little caro now will reap
wonders later on. Our Lawn
MowerB are so easy that a
child can run them. You
will need, too, a Itake and
Hoc. Co mo in and let us
show you what a nice line of
garden and lawn tools we carry
K23x3 A ', Ml
Ladies, have you seen the I
Wo can give you the
names ol some delighted
owners. Come in and let us
demonstrate its good points
to you. Either foot or water
Don't Forget That we are Headquarters tor
EVERYTHING THE FARMER NEEDS!
And that we havo a line ot Buggies of style, finish and price to fit
any taate and pocket hook.
The Square Deal Man.
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Miss Marie Rains returned to her kinder
garten work In Cincinnati this morning.
rj4 John Rains and daughter spent Sunday
ftba home of Mrs. Ross Gault, near Wash-
' Mr. and Mrs. Isaac liofTman aro visiting
Iheff daughter, Mr. Peter Schumann of Cin
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hoffman spent Sun
ay with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumann offClc-
Miss Addio Kempor of Cincinnati will be tbe
f week-end gutat of Urr. L K. Parry of East
Colonel Lad Hamilton, perennially hippy and
large as life, now with tbe Donaldson Lltho
ko Rrspblng Co., Is hero for a abort visit with
' 'bit mother, Mrr. Rebeco i Hamilton of Front
r -Mrf. John Scholl.and daughter, Miss Al
dean of Uankato, Minn., are here for a visit
f.lo -Mlaa Amelia Wood of West Third street,
and will later g to Ripley to remain for tbe
poummerwlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
- p . m
VTbo seivxes for the benefit of tbe laboring
i of Maysrllle lait night was a great sue
Tbo andlence was large and appreciative.
.Clark was at his bet. Tbe musla was
'not only well rendered under the directions of
Jlir, Smoot but tbe selections were appropriate.
Great Rood ihoolJ evenltute.
May8Ville Team Had on Its Batting
Clothes and Shut Out
Two-Rase nits Woodruff 2.
Hits Connors, Snyder, Comlogore
There were 1,000 persons out at Sunday
afternoon's game, when Maysville shnt out
Winchester by a score of 0 to 0.
Winchester wasn't In tbo playing at any
stago of the game.
Grover knocked tbo ball clear over the right
field fence and rounded the diamond In a walk,
nhllo the fans yelled. Grovor also struck out
Winchester 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Maysville G 0 0 0 2 10 1 x-9
Ron Grover. Rases on Rails Off Sears 2,
off Grover 1. Struck Out By Grover 9, by
Reed 4. Eight hits and G runs off Sears in 3
innings. Left on Bases Winchester 4, Mays
ville 5. Donble Plays Carmony, nnassistod;
Soars to O'Brien to Lake, Snyder to Williams.
First Base on Errors Winchester 1, Maysvillo
2. Hit by Pitcher By Sears, Clover, Carmony.
Time 1.45. Umpire Kelly.
Clifford Bland, 11, died after being bit in
tbe bead by a baseball at Zmosville, 0.
Grover dldtt allow a man to reach second
dntil the ninth Inning.
Grovor Is the first man evor to have knocked
a fair ball cv the fence.
Woodruff mads two doubles and two sloqlea
to four times up.
Woodruff is back on the job catching, after
Buster Brown Bread
rjfy . "
KAnasaii varieties oi xrjtteiaju. v1e;t.U3juej.
i and get fto bt.
Something now and delicious, Its goodness will agreeably surpriso
you. Strawberries received daily direct from Tennessee nnd quality better.
Let us havo your orders for fresh Vegetables, A fresh shipment of Kar-a-Van
Coffee just received.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
J. G CABLISH
, , ouu STOCK IS COMPIiBTE or Center Matched Floor
Injr nnn IJcndcd Ceiling. Nono better In the Btnto. Our price Is low, quality
high, nnd wnjiuarnnteo fall mensuro, a 8rina.ro Deal and your Hiitl8rctlnii.
It Ih a ptcnuro Tor us to show yon our stook, and to jrjvo you n full valuo for
ovcry rtollor lnvcottMl with ub. For Farming Implcinrufa wo hao In stook
Deorlns Mowers, Hakes, Cultivators and Harrows. And don't forget when
you aro in tbo market for Lumber. Shingles, Laths, Doors, &o., to sco Mnson
County' Foremost Lumbermen.
THE MASON LUMBER CO,
Cor, Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519,
a. a. Mclaughlin, l. n. beiian.
boiog out of tbe game for a week with a
Comingore is get ing bU batting eye and Is
pegging out his hits pretty regularly now.
Winchester plays here agah today and to
morrow. Beer will probably pitch for tlo
S. E. Pollltt of Minerva bas qualified as
Trustee of the Jtraoi Hiett School Fond, with
tbo United Guaranty Co purely on bond.
Tho beautiful Mislon Doll will b given
uway on Wednesday, May 221. Today and to
morrow are the last days to buy tickets. Only
10c a tickot. Proceeds go to City Mission.
Anderson as Horso Show Judgo
L. T, Anderson, owner of Point-au-Viow
Stock Farm, left yesterday for Greonville, S.
C, wbero he was called to net as one-man
Judge at a big horse show.
WON SILVER TROPHY
Minorva Hirjh School Boys Run
Away From Flemlnosburg in
Exciting Track Moot
The 250 people out at the raoe track iu the
East End Saturday afternoon wero surprised
and dellghtod at the oxcitiog sport given them
in the nthletio contests given by the Uigh
School toams of Minorva and Flemiogsburg in
the first "Track Meet" event betweon tbo op
Prof. W. C. Coryell, who has coiched bis
Minerva High School team, should be justly
proud of his work, for Saturday's results re
dounded to their athletic credit to a high de
gree, tho Minerva team winning 45 points to
1G for Flemingsburg.
Tbo day was perfect nnd tbe half mile track
In fino conditioo, and thereforo tbe entire pro
cram was given under tho most favorable
Following woro the contests and tho win.
100 Yards Dash.
Allen Robertson, MInervs, first; time, 10 4-5
One Mile Run.
Howo of Flemlngburg won In 5 minutes and
Quarter Mile Ran.
Dwyer of Minerva won; time, CG 1-5 tecondr.
220 Yards Dasb.
Robertson of Minerva won In 25 3 C seconds
Half Mile Run.
Gibbons of MIoerva won; time, 3:10.
Tbe mile relay race was the exciting fotture
of tho afternoon's sport, as a handsome silver
cup was to be tbe prizi.
Entries for Minerva: Boyd, Robertson,
Coryell and Dwyer.
For Flemlogtburg: Gray, O'Connor, Hlntoo
Winner, Minerva; time 521.
So Minerva got tbo cup, which will be a
further incentive to roach out and win vic
tories yst to come.
Ilowo ot Flemiogsburg won by jumping 1G
feet and 10 in:hes, to Boyd, Minerva, 1G feet
and 8 Inches:
Putting the Shot.
Howe, Flemingsburg, won by throwing tbe
ball 31 feet, li Inches to Boyd, Minerva, 2G
feet 8 Inches.
In tho high jump, Boyd of Minerva won a
signal victory by several times clearlog the
hurdle by jumping tbo line at C feet 1 Incb, to
Lewis' C feet.
Tbus ended tbo program. It is now tbe In
tention ot having annual track meet daya at
Maysvllla between tbo lllgb Schools of Mays
ville, Minerva, Mayslick, Flemiogsburg and
probably other High Schools from neighboring
Tbe next "track meat" event will bo In tbla
city on Friday, Juno 14tb, when; tba MststIIIo
High School athletlo boys will entor tbe srana
In a high-class program.
Ropresentattyo Stnrjey P, Roed was' rfereo
Maysvillo Chapter No. 9, R. A. M.
Notico ol Inspection
Tho regular convocation of Maysvillo Chap
ter No. 9, R A. M. will be held tbla evening at
7:30. Companion Samnel K. Veacb, the In
specting officer, of Carlisle, Ky., will be pres
ent to witness the work. You are requested
to attood. E. L. Manchester, II. P.
P. G. Smoot, Secretary.
Friday, William Wnrfleld, a 70-year-old
colored nun, ottemptod eulcldo by jumping
into a deep well nt his home in Washington.
When bo struck tho old water ho suddenly
chsnged his mind concluding that life was
worth the living with nlj Its vexations. His
loud cries for help attracted attention and he
was roscuod from a watery grave.
It was currently reported In Maysville this
morning that Mrs. Cren Slack bad been stricken
with paralysis at her homo In Fern Leaf.
Tin: Public Ledghk is glad to stats that the
rumor Is an idle one aod that Mrs. Slack Is
onjying her usual good health this morning.
PILES GUKED IN 0 TO 14 DATS
Yourclrttgptit will refund money If PAZOOINT
MKNT falls to aura any cme of Itching, lllliul
llleedinK or Protruding I'llei In 6 to 14 dart. 60o
R. C. NASH,
House and Sign
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Utei i'lire JMf!if.-q
'J2t Market Strtrtl
Now Precinct Committoo
Saturday tbe Masoa County Republican
Committoo met nod effected tbo following
Chairman Harry Purnoll.
Secrotory Clayton Pocor.
Tressurer J. M. Cochran.
The now officials make tbe youngest County
Committee, probably ever elected in the
Born, Friday, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper,
of the Germantown pike, a son, thirteen pounds.
Our Soda Fountain has shaken tho id cueit of the winter unci 'iai taken on
new life. We are ready to serve you with all the fountain drinks and many
new ones. We have Installed the very Uteit electric Icecream freezer, which
glyci us the belt Icecream wo evor made. We aim to orter a new drink each
scmod. Our new one this year Is
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If you like gripe Juice It will appeal to ou. Our lemon chccolate Is made
from the (rue lemon. Vaullouten's chocolate used In our tyrupi. Our crushed
fruit sundaes are made from the ttuo fruit.
ME WII I IARIG fir f!fl "BiD D"igstoro With
Tn If ILLmifld CI UUi the Little Prico."
Mr. Arthur R. Swarlz.aged 28, of Norwood,
traveling salesman, and Miss Sarah Lucy
Huff, aged 30, of Sardis, Mason cooaty, were
married In (bis city Saturday afternooo, Rev.
J. H. Fieldiog of tho Episcopal Church pre
forming tbe ceremqny.
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Hundreds of Well-Dressed Men, Men Who Know Clothes, Tell Us the Suits We
Are Selling, and of Which You See Quite a -Display in Our
Window, (Lots of Them Inside) Aae
THE BEST VALUES
They hnve ever seen. It's n savinR to you from $3.50 to $7 a suit. See our Hue of Norfolk Suite; prico
15 and $18. "THEY ARE GHEAT VALUES."
About time to provide yourself with Summer Shirts. Here you find the Eclipse, Manhattan, Gotham
and Earl & Wilson, the production of the best manufacturers in the country.
Everything that is new in Underwear, both plain and athletic, including the renowned B. V. 1).
Do you wear tbe Interwoven Hose? If you don't, try them. The most comfortable and best wearing
hose known tr tho trade. 25 cents a nair.
Ti TTTnrTTTTVTnTnT? JPr nO Maysvllhrt Leading Clothing and
X-r XXJJ VXJ.XX1 J JJJLb JU WW Shnn Shnn.
Tho yuongor set of the social society
circle met Friday night with Mr. Clay Smith
and sister at tboir homo In West Fourth street
and rpont a most delightful evening. The oc
casion was an enjoyable one, tho evening be-
ingspent in dancing, pleasant converse, music
and other lonocent amusements. Dolectablo
refreshments were servod.
Mrs. Basil Duke and Mrs. Charles Stark ot
Cincinnati will urrivo Wednesday fir a visit
with Mrs. C. L. Wood of West Front street.
All parties who have been saving old papors
and magazines for the Aid Society at the
Third Street M. K. Church t III ploaso. havo
them ready by nest Thursday, They wilt be
called for at the door. Any persons who havo
an accumulation of tho same and want to get
rid of them will please call 'phone 482.
The greatest possible diversity of weave and
color. Your highest expectations will be realized when
you see our immense stock oi silk and oi wool iabrics.
You will be sure to sny it is the greatest dress goods de
partment ior a town this size, you ever saw and that
is better than if we say it.
Silks are 39c to $2 yard.
Wools are 25c to $2 ynrd.
Dotted Silk Tissues for 35c Yard.
Not all silk but just as pretty and far more ser
viceable. A number ol pretty shades and of course the
newest and most iavored.
$1.25 Silks for 98c.
Black taffeta or peau de soie. Ono and one-quarter
yards wide. You won't have to be an experienced
shopper to appreciate this value when you see it.
A WOMAN AND HER
It is not odd that she should be so critical about
it for what is moro attractive than dainty, lacy lingerie
waists? Waists as inexpensive as $i and $1.25 of soft
batiste trimmed with Val and cluny lace. Low or high
neck, three-quarter or long sleeves. Some are hand
embroidered which proves it is not always a matter of
price that makes waist beauty. The stock is complete
almost any want can be filled.
'$15 SUITS $15
Many women are limited to $15 in buying a Suit,
and we want them to know our Ready-Made Department
is full of trustworthy and stylish Suits at that price
Suits that will be as carefully fitted as tho highest price
garments in our stock, Just now we are selling our en
tire stock of Suits ranging in price from $17 to $20
H "1 "IH?
Estill Breeze and party were out fox huut
log la the county Friday night and bagged
three young foxes.
Miss Sarah Luoy Uulf of Sardis registered In
tbo County Clerk's oflko Saturday as a
Cincionatl Times-Star: "W. U. Newell and
Mrs. Mary A. McClelland, both ot Maysville,
were married by the Rev. William C. Lindsay
at the Manse, Overton street, Newport. The
attondants were Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Newell of
Assessments of the franchises of telephone
companies wero mado Saturday at Frankfort
by tbe State of Valuation and Assessment.
Among the number Is tho Maysville Home
Telephone Company, rated at $40,000.
C. C. CALHOUN
Gives you 1G ounces to
tho pound and good
GLOBE STAMP CO,
We venture the bold and premeditated assertion that
that there's more Stockings of one kind and anothor piled
into our store than in any room of equal dimensions in this
BLACK, WHITE, TAN.
COTTON HOSE, 10c to 50c.
SILK HOSE, 35c to $1.50 Pair.
CHILDREN'S HOSE, 10c to 25c.
"HOLEPROOF" HOSIERY, $2 Box; Guaranteed Six Months.
For Good Wearing HOSE TRY OUR BRANDS.
.GESE)L t eONRAD