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MAYSVILIjE, KY., THUHHDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
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.iTho question comes, there's llttlo doubt,
frTo every young and pretty miss:
Which can I Ret along without
The best the onion or the kiss."
FOR SALE Mahogany Bed Room Set, Brass
Bed and Rug, of Uh. A. BallengerV. Can be
isen at No, 209 West Second street, Thursday
from 3 to 4 p. m.
Under the supervision of our cutter, Mr.
Dan. Gottleib, wo aro turning out custom made
clothes that are simply art productions. E? ery,
garment made In our shop. Completo satis
D. Hechi.nger &, Co.
June lOtb. All expenses for a three days'
trip, $12.15. 'Phone L. & N. Agent for par
ticular;. TO CCKK A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE 11ROMO Quinine Tablets
Urueclsts rotund money If It (all
GROVE'S signature 1) on eaoh box.
Swat the Fly
Or, better still, don't let
him in. Ho's a menace to
your health and comfort. Let
us Ecreen your houso for you.
We have a splendid line of
doors and windows; also,
screen hv the van!.
Keep Your Lawn Pretty
wonders later on. OurLarvn
Mowers are bo easy that a
child can run them. You
will need, too, a Knkc and
Hoe. Come in and let us
show you what a nice line of
garden and lawn tools we carry
Don't Forget That we
And that we have n line of Buggies
any taste and pocket hook.
Mm. W. R. Archdeacon of West Third
street la home, after a several days stay In
Misses Corn Yaatoo and
Ripley, wbllo shopping In
Miss Kate Uoyer.
Laura Wiley of
tbld city, vlilted
Urf. A. S. Conley of Ashland wll
day to visit her parents, Ur. and
Noyes of the Hill Hoii3
I arrive to
lira. J. n.
Ur. P. K. Armstrong of Vnnceburg and Mr.
J. P. l'ollock of Cermnntown wore business
vIsltoH In the'clly yesterday.
Messrs. William Hull, William Gray and J.
'U. Doraimll, all prominent tobacco men of Wes
ton, Ho., were In the city yoiterday guests of
Mr. Thomas II. Gray of the Bast End.
- P< you aro cpirllually despondent eco
"Tba S'gn of The Crnsti," Sunday evening.
8100 Ilvwurit, 5100.
The readers of this paper wlllvbe pleased to
solence has beeu able to cure In all Its stages, and
'ttmtli Catarrh. Hall's Cutarrn Cure Is the onlj
posltlveoure now known to the medical fraternity.
' Catarrh bvlug a constitutional disease, requires a
oonstltutlonaltreatmont. flail's Catarrh Cure Is
Wkuu Internally, acting directly upon the blood
ana mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of tbedlsease,audglvlnK
thepatlentstrengtb by building up thuconilltu-
'Sic ttonand assisting nature In doing its work. The
, proprietors hae so much faith in Its curative
&: ; powers maiiney oner una nunurcu uouarsior
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ir AddrestP, J. CHENEY A CO. .Toledo, O.
Sold by an Druggists, 76c.
Buster Brown Bread SILVKSPLICE
wA-nd all varieties of s FRESH VEGETABLES. Send ub
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
' Government reports show the steady
output o( coal during the last low
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wc are KinB to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value lor your money.
You will never get out of debt uuIcsb
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
" Cartmell extracts teeth without pain
Ladies, have you seen the
Wc can give you the
names of some delighted
owners. Come in and let us
demonstrate its' good points
Co you. Either foot or water
are Headquarters far
of style, finish and price to fit
Licked Lexington Yesterday, Easily
by a Score of 10 to 8
Maysville defeated Lexington yesterday In
tbo llluo Grata city by the score of 10 to 8.
Msyarllls was fierco with tbe stick and
caught CamnlU for 17jhlts. BJ
Lexington was never on tbe long end of tbe
score, tbe best the team ever got being a tlo
Id the first 'Inning.
Tbe Colts hit Deer bard and he was wild,
but Lexington Anally managed to give blra
the game, notwithstanding fire errors behind
Im. Four two-baggers and one triple was
the UnytTille crop of extra long swats; the
tost tbe locals could do lu tbia line being a
triple by KJmonson. fth
Tbe stlckwork of Clever was great, the
shortstop getting four singles out of Ova times
at bat. Woodruff got three, one of which was
a two-bagger. Camnltz got two pretty singles
as his share of the day's hitting.
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Maysville.... 1 4 0 3 0 0 2 0 010 17 C
Lexington.... 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 18 11 -1
Two-base Hits Connors, Woodruff, Comln
gore, Carmony. Tbree-baso nits Grovor, Ed
monson. Flrjt on Balls Off Deer C. Stolen
Dasea Williams, Carmony 2, Edmonson, Van-landlugbam.-
Struck Out Dy CimnlU 7, by
Deer (I. Left on Dates Loxlngton 12, Mayt
villeb. Sacrifice Hits Comlngore, Deer. Sac
rifice Kly Baccbftng. Double l'lay Clever
to Williams to Carmony I'assed Balls Wood
ruff. Hit by 1'ltcher Eddlngton. Time
1:C0. Umpire Kane.
Thore Is an authentlo report current that
there Is a deal on for the purchase of the en-
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GEISEL & CONRAD. ;
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Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, Stone's Silver Slice
Cake, Home-Grown Strawberries, Buster
Brown Bread, Kar-a-van Coffee and Fresh
Vegetables daily. ::::::::::
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
OUK STOCK IS COMPIjETK or Center Matched Floor
hiK and Dcadcd Celling. None Uuttor In tho Htnto. Our price In low, quality
IiIkIi. and wo ittiarauteo full measure, a Square Deal and your t)atlsrictlnii.
It la a pleauro for uh to show yon our stock, and to (vo you a full valun Tor
nverydollnr InvcHtod with tiff Kor Farmlni; IinploitirntB wo havo in stock
DeerlnK Mowers, Hakes, Cultivators and Harrows. And don't forget when
you aro In the market Tor liumbcr. Shingles, LathH, Doors, &c, to sue Mason
County' Foremost JUuiubcrmcii.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cot. Limostonc and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
. A. A. MoIiAUGllLlN. L.. N. HKH AN.
tire Maysvillo team. If tho deal Is consum
nated the team will be trantfered to another
Every player on the Mnysvllle toam mide
at least one bit yesterday.
While at Frankfort last Friday, during the
engagement between tbe Rivermen and
Senators, for talking back to Umpire Mullikln
Jack Snyder, catcher, and Manager Carmony
of tbo Maysville team, wero flood $10 each.
20-Everybody and friends are going to
seo "The Sign of The Cro.-."
Mrs. Dettle Rogers and Miss Helen Rogers
of Lexington, Mrs. John OdDorco, Mrs. James
Uannon, Miss Bird Franklin Mannen and Mrs.
Garrett Osborne were entertained with a din
ner Thursday at tbe numi or "r. ' '-vr- '
aerson. Dover News.
WHAT IS IT?
A Specimen of tho Animal Kingdom
Novor Soen In this Country
Csproni, tho fruiterer, corner of Second and
Sutton streets, has on exhibition at his bus
iness place a mama! animal that is foreign to
this country and the first ever seen in this
section. It camo from Cuba In a shipment of
bananas. It Is about the s'Ze of a full grown
mouae, with a head similar to that of a fox and
and bas a full set of sharp upper and lower
toetb, has a long (ail like a rat, and ia altogether
a novelty In Its way, It has one young, about
tbe siz) of an ordinary thumb, which clings to
Its mother's neck and back at all time?. It
has large protruding, eyes and Is somewhat
pu.mclous in disposition. It Is worth seeing.
Taft Gets 1G of Ohio's
Delegates Now Sure
of the Nomination
OH THE FACE OF RETURNS.
Taft District Delegatos 10
Delegates-at-Large assured C
Roosevelt District Delegates 29
fn doubt 2
Closiog work In Third District gained that
territory .'or President.-
Seventh District claimed for Roosevelt, goes
On present face of returns Taft has 10 dis
President will also get the sir delegates-at-large.
Roosevelt has 29 delegates, according to
Chairman McKloley claims GOO votes for
Taft In the Nation l Convention.
President Taft Is today, by bis own figures,
throo votes short of required nomination
Supporters of Taft will domlnato State Con
vention. Senator LaFollette polled a heavy vote In
Many Democrats voted for Roosevelt In
Although Roosevelt oarrled Cuyahoga
county, Taft men will control county con
vention. President will carry tbo war Into New
Taft galnod votoi wherever he spoke in
Harmon claims he will have forty delegates
New York-W.orU rials Roosevelt' cam
nin! nMABnitfianYTnon.,, 'v' ' ..'. -
Oiling of Streots Practically
Offing to goneral disinterestedness on tho
part of tbe public relative to oiling of tbe
streets tbo Committee having the matter In
band bas practically abandoned the idea.
Council at Its last meeting caused to be
published In the dally papers a notice to resi
dents of streets desiring said thoroughfarra
oiled to collect one cent per front foot, that
belog about one-third of the cost, and the ,
city would pay the other two-third.
So far very little has been Jone by the
citizens along most of the thoroughfares.
Luis than three blocks have furnished lists of
namos, accompalned with the proper amounts. '
The (ily proposes making arrangements!
with the county to take enough oil of their !
purchaso to oil the tbreo blocks above men-1
clipped nearly two-thirds from (he origiual price. There are a few
black in the lot but it is chiefly colored. Choice $2.U9. A bargain
whose genuineness you will recognize at a glance.
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Dr. A. G. Browning Is lamenting tbo loss ot
a valued watch chain seal, which some light
fiogered person stole from tbe Doctor's apart
ments in Wost Third street. However, tbe
watch was not taken; If It had been, Dr.
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Below Is a list of letters -remaining uncallod
for at tbe Maysvillo (Ky.) Postoffico for the
woek ending May 23, 1912:
Carter, Elgar Gates, Ulsa Hlttlo
Cambell, Mr;. EKzzlo Galbreatb, Mr?. Wll
Downey, Mls Lula (3) Ham D.
Clarko, Mlaa Mlizibetb Grimos, MrJ. Nell
W. ' Woods
Cummin?, Mr. and Mr?. Jones, Huttlo
Charles Johnson, Mlsi A. C. W.
Flasbkimp. Ur. John King, Bessy
mild, W. F. l'ratber, John T.
UvaiiF, Miss Mina Smith, II. F.
Gault, W. A. Tolle, Woody
Wilson, Mrs. Lucy
Ono cent due on each of above.
Persons calling for theso letters will pleaoo
say that they aro advertisod.
Clakexck Mathews, Postmaster.
.p&'Srooke Masonian and La Toscs, 5 cents
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We've silch a splendid assortment of the newest styles nnd color effects that you will find it easy to
mnkca satisfactory selection at any price you have made up your mind to pay, and as we guarnntee every
thing we sell we arc extremely carelol that you get the right thing, Young Men's and Men's Suits $10 to
$25; Children's Suits $3 to $7.50. A beautiful line of Children'!! Vvash buits. Mothers want to bco them.
Very nobby and not expensive.
We are the distributors of the celebrated M. S. L. Panama Hats, None like them for the price in the
country. We carry every model they designed for 1012.
Young men, see our Flannel and Worsted 1'ants, the kind that look swell with a dark coat. Silk
Hose in all colors and prices. "You working man," be sure and get one or two pairs of the Khaki Pants
we arc now selling at 85 rents a pair; extra heavy and guaranteed to wear,
If you want to invest a $10 bill advantageously buy oue of our Uluo Serge Suits we are now selling
for Hint price. You'll not buy a better one for $16.
D. HBCHINGER & CO.
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President T. M. Russell, Secretary James
Summers, Director U. Drown and Gatekeeper,
Robert Brown of tbo Maysville Amusement
Co , left for Lexington tbU morning in Presi
dent Russell's automobile on Important bust
I)rci88 that add the merit of laun
dering easily to the many others ap
parent upon even a casual glance.
Tl estockiB always fresh because every
tlrcss is chosen lor qualities which in
tiire a quick sale.
Women's $1 to $15.
Misses' 75c to $6&.
Children's 50s to $4.
At Less Than Half Price
These skirts arc fuller than soma
women like so to pay you for the trou
ble of possible alterations we have
Browning says bo would have suffered a fit ot
of nervous prostration, as the watch was worn
by his maternal great-grandfather, John Hart,
when he signed the declaration of Indepen
dence. It Is one of tbe most valued relics of
FAIR TODAY; FRIDAY, UNSET
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Thompson of East
Fifth street are celebrating today their 40th
marriage anniversary. Tue Ledger joins
with their many friends In extending happy
congratulations. May they enjoy many more
returns of the day.
Our Soda Fountain has shaken tho lil'encjj of the winter mul m. tuimn nn
new life. We are ready to serve you with all the fuumiiln drinks nud many
new ones. We have Installed the very latest nlectrlu Icecream freezer, which
Rives us the best Icecream we over made, We aim to offer a new drink eaoh
season. Our new one this year Is
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If you Uko aripe Juice It will nppeAl to you, Our lemon chocolate Is made
from the true lemon. VmilIoiiteti' chocolate used In our syrups. Our crushed
fruit sundaes are made from the true
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In Everything Else.
Junior Civic League
The Junior Civic League will hold Its first
regular meeting at tbe Court House Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. All children who
have joined and those who wish to become
members are requested to be present.
Is one of our moat important hence customers can be assured
every purchase made for it has received tho most exacting attentiou.
Our Hugs are the highest expression of quality at moderate
price. It will not require a practical eye to discover their beauty of
design aud richness of color, nor an expert touch to realize their ex
cellence of fabric and weave. We carry a representative assortment
that will satisfy the home maker's love of beauty at a price well within
the limits of the ordinary purse. We would like to talk Floor Cover
ings to you. Come in.
Carpets in immense pattern range 25c to $1 yard.
Oilcloths 25c to 40c.
Linoleums 50c and 60c.
Mattings 19c to 45c.
Rugs 50c to $37.
The Muslin Petticoats
Still offer a fair selection though of course each day finds tho stock
shrinking for discerning shoppers have beeu quick to recognize theso
unusual bargains. $2 Skirts 93c. $1.25 Skirts 75c. 59c Skirts U9c.
Tbe Dover News eays the fishing la fine down
Dr. II. P. Taylor oC Versailles, formerly
of Maysville, has been chosen to deliver the
commencement address at tbe closiog of tbe
City High School, Frankfort, June Gtb.
&For Royal entertainment see "The
Sign of The Cross" at St, Patrick's Church 5
Sunday evening. "I
Dr. Robert A. Brown and family havo moved '
from Dover to Youngetown, 0., where be wlff I
practice his profession. -
Who Gets Doll?
Ticket No. 133 wss awarded the big band
some doll disposed of by the City Mission.
r?fl "BiD Drugstore With
uUb the Littlo Price."
In Clothing As Well As
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
Mr. I). P. Browning left yesterday afternoon
on the Fastbound Flyer for Washington City,
where he will spend a week with his daughter,
Miss Lucy, who graduates from Bristol Col
lege. Mr. Keith Browning will go tomorrow
to be present at tbe l mmencement exercises.
SATURDAY WILL BE
RED LETTER DAY.
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