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KAYSYILLE, KY WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 191 tf.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Tho borne team was always Douaion, ,
to;' " UUfc lb lUBt, muc.ceu fiautori
k Now wo never see James,
In tho ben house, I think he la roustoo.
Attend the Rains proporty sale today at 2
- 'jpanlel Oram, 15, married a school mate 15,
Jaajveek at Hamilton, Pa, Can you boat 1(7
A Violin Rocllal
.By the poplla of J. It. Cain will be hold in
tho Third Street U. E. Church June 4. Ad.
Wore Not Electrocuted
It was a current rumor here this morning
that the Smith brothers, colored, murderers of
"Ed," the unknown man at Maysville.had been
electrocuted at the Eddyvllle Pen last night,
but It may have been only a rumor.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during the Inst lew
years has ntado the dealers push for
Wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a Rreater value for your money.
You will nover get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
Cartmell extracts toeth without pain.
Swat the Fly
Or, better still, don't let
him in. He's u menaco to
your health and comfort. Let
us ecreen your house for you.
We have a splendid lino of
doors and windows; also,
serpen hy tlin yard.
Keep Your Lawn Pretty
A little care now will reap
wonders later on. Our Lawn
Mowers are so easy that a
child can run them. You
will need, too, a Hake and
Hoe. Come in and let us
show you what n nice line of
garden and lawn tools we carry
M I ill Br
Been the Eb
ecALh mmmM tmeP mMm mMm tJbm hIhI
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 Bldrj.
J. C. CABLISH
OUlt STOCK IS COMPLKTE of Ocntor Matched Floor
ing and Itcadctl Celllrifr. Nono better In tho State. Our prlco ia low, quality
tileli, antl wo guarantee full measure, a Squaro Deal and jour satisfaction.
It la a ploatiro Tor uh to show you our mock, and to rIvo you a full value for
every dollar Invested with uh. For Farming Implement wo have In stock
DeerliiB Mowers, Itakcs, Cultivator)) and Ilarrnwa. And don't forget when
you aroin tho market Tor Lumber. Slilnglca, Laths, Doors, &o., to see Mason
County' Foremost Ijuiubcrincn.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor. limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
A. A. MCLAUGHLIN. L. N. BKIIAN.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Forest Avenflo
U, B. Church will not meetTharadny afternoon
as U3tial,bat will meet Thursday, Juno Gib, with
Mr a, LouIj Cobb.
Tho venerable Mre. ilary Wallaco of Bast
Fifth street, who has been seriously ill for
eight weekp, Is said to be (sinking this aorolng
and her death maybe expected at any moment.
The Campbellsville Enquirer aays: "Tom
Hodgen, the wild varmint man, purchased of
Ur. Yacy Sapp cf Taylor county, eighteen
head of goats and thirty-seven of Mr. i. N.
Edwards of Crocn county."
Ladies, have you
Wo can givo you the
names of some delighted
owners. Gome in and let us
demonstrate its good points
to you. Either foot or water
Don't Forget That we are Headquarters for
EVERYTHING THE FARMER NEEDS!
And that we have a line of Buggies ol style, finish and price to
any taste and pocket book. -
The Square Deal Man.
Tomorrow being a holiday the various
Banks in the city will close In deference to the
day and occasion.
MRS. ELIZA McCLANAHAN
C. D. STILES
Ur. C. D. Stllos passed away last night at 8
o'clock at tho borne of his daughter, Urn. It. F.
Hill, near Germantown, after an Illness of
three months with dropsy of the heart
fib was born within a mile of wbera ho died
Docember Gth, 1830. Ho hid buriod three
He Is survived by fire children Mm. G. W.
Uclntire of Lexington, Mrs. J. I. UcDowell of
Maysvllle and ft. A. Stiles of Shannon by bis
second wife; Mrs. B. F, Hill and MIjs Uottto
Stiles by his last wif.-.
Funeral and burial at Shannon Thursday
morning at 1 1 o'clock.
Ia accordance with the dying wish of Mrs. Ida
McHogh of Evanivilla hor body will be cre
mated and tbo a -ties cast Into the Ohio rlrer.
In Now Jorsey and ToxasCarrles
' "Skoeter State" By 10,000
Incomplete roturna aro that Roosevelt carried
every Congressional district In New Jersey as
well as tho State at largo and that all 28 dele
gates New Jersey will send to Chloago will be
Governor Wilon won his own Stato against
Btrong opposition, boadod by political enemies
within tbo State, and appears to hare 24 of
tho 28 delegates, Including the delegates at
Colonel Rooseroll's indicated plurality In the
perferential vote is 10,000..
Texas split, sending two conventions to
DINGER & FREUND
A very handsomely gotten np program of
of the Newport News, Vs., High School has
been received by some of the friends of Mr.
Henry Morgan Patton,who is ono of the grad
uating class of 1912. The paronts of Master
Patton, Mies Mae Morgan and Mr. J. Lewis
Patton, havo a great many relatives and friends
In Maysvllle and Mason county who remember
tbem with great pleasure It Is hard to real
ize that Henry Morgan Patton Is ao far ad
vanced ia his education.
Home on easy terms, Ralna property, Bold
today at 2 p. m.
Miss Caroline D. Hays la on the Incoming
steamer President Lincoln due to arrive In
New York today. .
Dr. 0. McGuIro of Bast Third street, who
was called to Morrlstown, Tonn., on account of
tho serious Illness of his sister, Mrs. Cora
Andro, Is home. Ho left Mrs. Andre In a very
much Improved condition.
uur sxu fountain bai shaken the Id eneu ot the winter and has taken on
new life. We are ready to aerve you with all the fountain drlnki aud many
now onoi. We have lnitalled the very latest electric Icecream freezer, which
gives us the beat Icecrenm wo ever made. We aim to olfer a now drlnlc each
lemon. Our new one tlili year la
If you like Krpe Julco It win appeal to you. Our lemon chocolato la made
from the true lemon. Vanllouten's chocolate tiled In our tyrups. Our cruibed
fruit aundaea ate made from the true fruit.
M. F. WILLIAMS & GO.
'Bio Drunstoro With
tho Little Prlco."
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"tS Summer Specialties
Skeleton Blue Serge Goals. Fare Linen Crash and Duck Pants! Linen Suits,
handsomely tailored, fine for outing. White delicately striped Worsted Pants, ex
ceedingly dressy worn with dark coat.
Khaki pants 85 cents. Best values in the market.
All manners of Athletic Underwear. The B. V. D. among them.
In soft and dress Shirts all your fancy can picture.
See our Telescope Panama Hats $4 and $5.
Our line of Mens Host like always, the largest in town. Our 25 and 50c Silk
Hose command your investigation.
Agents for the Interwoven Hose, the best lisle hose in tho market. 25, 35, and
50c. Norfolk Suits in all sizes, very popular. Bplendid for motoring and street wear.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
Anothor Looso Loaf Tobacco
Mr. Lou's T. Gaebke will this summer erect
a loose leaf tobacco sales warehouse on tho
lots recently occupied by the old Collins & Rady
Saw Mills, on the North eido of Bast Second
street. The new structuro will be 120 by 123
feet in size and will havo a sales capacity of
100,000 pounds per day.
With tbo erection of the proposed now loose
leaf houao on Bast Third street and .the C. &
O. railroad, and the Immense building con
templated for this city by the Hurley Society,
and the enlargement of tho Planters and tho
Independent houses, it looks llko Mayavlllo will
have bor share of the great business.
A maro valued at $250, belonging to Mr.
Charles Kitol of Moransburg, died yosterday'
Ono of Maysvillo's Oldest Residents
Passes Away This Morning
Mrs.' Raymond Dora and son of the East Bed
visiting friends and relatives In Ciuclnnatl
Tobacco Society to
W. W. WikolT and Ur. Roy Cochran left
for Indianapolis, lad., this morning to take in
the $50,000 automobile races, which takes
' place tomorrow In-that city.
At-tba liurr Oak Farm sale of Jorspys In
btlby county $5,100 was paid for a bull,
5 ; $1,076 for a heifer, and nlnetythree'bead
' The Northern auction of Christian county
was visited by a storm Monday in which hall
atones killed livestock, crippled people, wrecked
roofing and destroyed regulation.
Col.. Ben Greonleo Rural Mall Car
'rler First on Road With
Hen Greenlee, one of Uasoo county's rural
mall carriers' has purchased an automobile
and will serve hl.i patrons hereafter In much
quicker II mo than with a horse and wagon.
This la the first horseless carriage to be put
Into service as a mall wagon In this county
tlnd will oo doubt ba followed up by the other
'' Captain Rudy ought to hare one to even np
It was reported in Lexington yesterday that
the Hurley Tobacco Society may be expected to
make a final distribution of money obtained for
tbo 1909 crop early In July, provided there Is
no undue delay In tho selling' ef tobacco now
on the market In Cincinnati.
The sales of 1909 tobacco on the Cincinnati
market-will cmtlnua this woek and It Is said
that there may bo scvoral big buyers.
THE LLOYD-FRAZEfe NUPTIALS
The venerable airs. Elizi UcClanahan died
this morning at 0:55, at tbo home of her
nephow, Ur. II. A. Kackley at Flemlngsbnrg,
where sho had recently taken np bor restdence.
She was born In this city May ICtb, 1821,
and at the tlmb of bor demise had passed her
91st year, her husband having preceded her to
the grave thirty years ago. She was one of
the charter members of the First Baptist
Church, being only fourtoen yeara old at the
time of her admission to tho Cburcb. She is
survived by several nephews and nieces.
The funeral will take place Friday morning
a,t 11 o'clock from the First Dapllat Church
this city. Interment in Uaysvillo Cemotory.
LOSE DOUBLE HEADER
inene, with blue collar ami touch of red,
Also for tho
Maysvillo Takes ' a Rapid Slide
Down 'tho Toboggan
The solemn'zitton of tbo nuptials yesterday
at high noon at tbo Christian Church, ot Ur.
Henry Lloyd and Ml.'s Frances Luk Frazse,
drow a large assemblago of Invited guests to
witness this, Indeed, beautiful affair.
The bridal procession marched to the altar
to tbo Inspiring strains of the wedding
march most charming renderod by Ur. C. E
Geissl on tho pipe organ.
The Rev. Y. W. Hall, a' devoted friend of
both families of the high contracting parlies,
and an Elder In the Christian Cburcb.elcquenl
ly uttered the solemn ceremony uniting this
popular couplo for weal or woe,
Tho beautiful Episcopal marriage service
waa Invoked and tha affair ended amid the
congratulstlona and blesilags ot minister and
After an Informal luncheon to cloio friends
and relatives at the home of tbo bride's parents,
the happy couple left on their bridal journey
to tbe East and to Europe returning to tholr
Kentucky homo October htto Lexington to
Buster Brown Bread
v - jiJia &ii varieties oi fuesu viiLrniTAJJijEM. Mann uh
gitdgttt. v .
At Winchester yesterday tho Hustlers of
that city took two seven-Inning games from
from Uaysvillo by the scores of G to G and 2
to 0. The first game waa ono of tho hardost
fought contests of tho season, with Deer and
Litbicun on tho mound for Winchester and
Uaysvillo respectively, and was woo by Win
cheslor in tho last Inning when they made four
Tho second game was a victory for the
Hostlers, due to the superb pitching of
Frledley, who allowed but threo bits. Sanford
gave the Hustlers but one hit, but daring base
running woi out. The pitching of both men
and tbe fielding of Lake were the features of
the last game. Tho seoro follows:
Middy Suita' white
12 to 17-yenr sizes $3.50.
Women's durk print Wrappers, neutly made $1.
Bame very low price dresses whose prettiness will surpriac,you.
Handsome Swiss Flouncing, -15 inches wide, attractive pattern
i'retty lawn Kimonne, dress length, Rood pattern assortment, $1.
Children's Dressed, in white and colored wash goods, 2 to lti
year sizes, 50c to $4, according to size nnd quality.
Children's Drawers, 2 to 12-ycar sizes, neat hemstitched hem
with embroidery edge, 10c.
$2 muslin I'etticoots 98c. The 59c skirts now 89c.
$9 Silk Try-On Blouses lA.
Colored taffeta Petticoats $2 39 which is less than half-price.
Yard-wide washable Corduroy 50c. A great value.
Beautiful embroidered Marquisette Drese Patterns, white and
Check Drc9B Silks reduced from 50c to 25c.
Big line new Parasols. Women's 75c to $2. Children's 25c
Fans of every conceivable variety, with bracelets, with finger
chains, with neck chains, with silk tassels, with chinello tassels,
Silk, gauze, Oriental wtod, parchment, pyroxylin, paper. And all
prices from Gc to $2.
Shirtwaists for $1 and $1.25 thut in quality, style and pretti
ness rival blouees that sell for double the amount. Also some $4 nnd
$5 bloueea we are eloping out for $"lA. And a lino ot $1 and $1.25
wniBts for 75c.
A Bargain Quartette
Just four silk Suits left and to speed their going we have made
the following prices:
v5i SO SUITS tor $15 One is golden brown taffeta with beauti
ful cream lace collar and cuffs. The other is soft black taffeta with
Vandyke collar and cuffs of lace. Coat trimmed in Naudsome crys
$25 SUIT $17,50 Chameleon blue taffetn. Collarless coat with
neck nnd front edged with bias blue nnd white stripe. The coat stylishly
trimmed with groups of small pearl buttons.
$35 SUIT $35 Soft chiffon blue taffeta. Handsome Ince col.
lar on coat, which is also trimmed in beautifully polished pearl buttons.
Kimona is hardly a correct word to uso as these handsome
negliges are all made with the skirt attached to a short waist with
piping, cord or belt, which makes the garment look more like an em
pire dress than a kimonn.
At $4,98 White silk ground with graceful design of crimson
ramblers on it. Bands and piping ot plain messaline to match.
-4f $GYi Navy silk with crcsent and n'tar pattern, Pretty bor
der of tan and red. Sailor collar with fichu effect in front. -
At $7 Tan silk with butterflies in various shades scattered"
over the Burtace. Handsome border and stylish sailor collar.
Alice blue Bilk with lantern design, White net fichu and cuffs -
with la co edge.
At $15 Solid color violet messaline with very handsomo border
in pastel shades witli glints of gold to add richness and beauty.
Graceful shawl collar aud folded belt.
3HE TJT jIST T
Miss Margaret Holm Stevenson Is ono of the
graduating class of Caldwatl Institute at Dan
ville, Ky., this yer, She with her sister, Res.
sle, attended Hsyswood Seminary, this city,
for several terms. They aro pleasantly re
membered by many as the daughtors of Ur.
and Mrs. Calvin Stevenson, who reside atCarrs,
in our neighboring county of Lowls.
Judgo John L. Wbltaker left for Cincinnati
yesterday, bnt it Is qulto llkoly his Honor will
extend his trip and take In tho Democratio
Convention at Loulsv lie today.
The C. nnd 0. freight office wlll.be closed
tomorrow In honor of Decoration Day.
Ur. Daniel Connor, aged 19, of Washington
and UIss Uary Rlgdon, aged 18, of Mason
county, will be married today at Minerva, Rev.
Father Coleman officiating.
For Pure Food Groceries
and Good Globe Stamps
Try Maysvillo's Reliable Gro
cer, C. C. CALHOUN.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
Uaytvlllo . .
Esrned runs Uaysvillo 3, Winchester 1.
Baso on balls Off Beer 5, off Llthlcun G.
Two-baso hits Carmony, Woodruff, Comln
goro 2, Reed, Kunkle. Struck out By Beer
2, Litbicun 4. Hit by pitcher By Beer.Reed.
Stolon Bases Nye. Sacrifice fly L"ake.
Double plays Williams to Carmony. Win
ning pitcher Llthlcun. Losing pitcher
Beer. Time 1:40. Attendance 250. Um
piresKane and Kolly.
Throo-hasa hits Snyder, Lake. Two-base
hits Comlngore. Stolen bases Walsh and
Reed. Base oo balls Off Sanford 5, off
Frledley 1, Struck out By Sanford 7, by
Fr)edloy 8. Winning pitcher Frledley. Los
ing; pitcher Sanford. Time of gams 1:5.
fAttoBiaBoe 250.' ( Umpires Kane and Kelly.
F YOU wish to make the acquaintance of the new things
constantly arriving at the Bee Hive you should call on
us at least once each week. Lots of pretty goods ar
rive one day and are almost gone the next and our stock in
certain things reminds one of picture shows by their con
All await your inspection at
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