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Peaches and All Kinds of Fruit.
DINGER & FREUND
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MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 191 a.
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If you'd be happy
Night and day,
Just let your wife havo
Her own way.
. To Continuo Businoss
Wo have boon successful !a securing a re
newal of our leaao on our meat store io the
Caprool building aod contrary to our former
announcements to the public will bo In the
meat business at the same old Bland for the
next fire years. Wo certainly appreciate the
business of our old pitrons and take this
mothod of thanking them for their past
patronage and askiog thom for a continuance
of their business In the future. Our businoss
will be continued along the same Hoes that
bare made our house famous nnd the same
high class Roods will bo served you io tho
future as hare been served you la the past.
Schwartz & Sox.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ol coal during tho last few
years hua made tho dealers push for
wider markets, We aro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a Rreater value lor your money.
You will never get out ol debt uuless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
; Cartmell extracts teeth without pain.
Hammocks, Screen Doors,
Wire Screen. Washing Machines,
Ice Cream Freezers, Cream Seperators,
StrSUOoly 10c Per Box
Try a package in your next order. Minced dollops, a can ot
pure meat, on Dutch Husks makes a fine breakfast dish,
Only 10c per can,
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldrj.
J. C CABLISH
Ami our customers pleased.
Your satisfaction wo guarantee) on every pur-
LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, PAINTS, &c,
From MaHon County's Lumber Headquarters. Wo aro manufacturers
of every Uilnj; mail, of wood. If you aro not ono of our customem got tn lino
and bo one. A square deal, full mcnuuro nnd courteous treatment la assured.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cot. Limestone and Second Sttccts.
Agents for Doorinfl Machinery.
A. A. McIiAUaiirdN.
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ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FRANK COFFYN'S HYDRO-AEROPLANE
A SON'S DEVOTION
ADVENTURES OF BILL
ADMISSION 5 GENTS
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UNSETTLED TODAY; FUIDAV,
FAIH AND WAHMEB.
And 250 of the nicest
Meat & Food Choppers
You ever saw. Style, finish and price to suit.
The Square Deal Man.
Mrs. Binnle Barter and lirt. J. G. Paris of
. . Flemlogaburg were visitors io the city jejter-
'- Ul88 Estill Stepheoeon and nephew, Robert
Fryer, of Fort Thomas, are visiting UU
Faonie Blerbower of West Fourth street.
Itobert N. ilotfllcb, who baa been home from
Yale,, ftr several dara, went to Cincinnati
this morning to visit hii cltiamate, Mr. John
Mrt. W. K. Stallcup nnd prettf little daogh.
ter, Frances, of Forest avenue, have returned
bnmo, offer a visit with relatives la Cincin
nati. Ulsa Ella Use Murphy left yesterday after
noon for a visit with Miss Mary Gilmore at
Richmond, Va., aod a trip to Washingtou and
other lariie Uattern cltler.
Mrs, L. K. Parry, accompanied by her boo
Mr. James Needbam, and daughter, MIjs
Lotitia, and Ula Nell Sutherland, left last
night on the steamer Steel City for Fittaborgb
to join bar husband, Ur. L. K. Parry, wbore
they will msko that city tbelr future homo.
Just to His Likina
Judge W, II. Hlca la In recolpt ot two
'elegant home-made corncob pipes from aomo
unknown friend. The useful articles came la
hlj msll yesterday morning. Lie it very proud
of his present and wlahoa to return thsnks for
The funeral of Mr. John Uayea will take
placo tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St.
I'atrlck'd Church. Interment in Washington
DE KALU I.OUOK.
DeKalb Lodgo No. 12, 1. 0. 0. P., elected
the following officers Tuesday night to serve
tho ensuing term
N. G. Duko A. Iludy.
V. G. George Clephanc.
Secretary John W. Thompson.
Treasurer A. D. Cole.
Host John W. Thompson.
Financo Committee W. R. Smith, T. P.
Boyce and U. G. Bailey.
The Secretary was ordered to purchase a
supply of individual drinking cups.
OLLIE JAMES CHAIRMAN
THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION
Wednesday In Baltimore convontion:
Bryan refused to serve as Chairman of Res
John Kern elected Chairman Resolutions
Credentials Committee unanimously recom
mended Oilio James of Kentucky for Perma
Convention voted to hear speeches and ad
journ to 8 p. cd.
Resolutions Comralttoe, on mctton of B yan,
passod a motion that the convention be asked
to defor action on a platform until nfter nomi
nations Vote, 41 to 9.
E. E. Britton was named for Permanent
Secretary; defeating Urey Woodson on roll
call, 21 to 18 Mr. Woodson was then chosen
Associate Secretary. Mr. Britton ia a news
paper man ot Ralelgb, N. C.
That Noods Cloaninrj Out Big Fight
in Gravo Alloy
Yesterday aftornoon about 2 o'clock a
bloody light took place In Gravo alley, between
Second and Front streets, In which it Is said
about twenty colored mon were engaged.
Knives and razors flourished aod two men,
Harry Polk of Cincinnati aod Rabbit, a Police
Court character, were slashed about the head
and face in a fearful manner,
Tho two. men, as tboy wooded their way
from tho econo of combat to Dr. Patton's
office in Sutton street, left a bloody trail In
their wake. It Is not known how many were
Injured In the disgraceful affair as tho others
made a double quick retreat on approach of
Officer Dudley Fizer.
This Is onn of tho dangerous ppots that
Chlof Ort and his mon should take drastic
measures fn cloanlng ou'. It Is a monaco to
tbo good cltlzensh'p of tho vicinity.
Tho Chautauqua Is the most onjoyablo en
tertainment that ever came to Uayavlll?.
Geoucb H. Frank.
Mr. W. H. Loman end wlfo have purchased
of the Rosor ostato a two-story brick dwelling
in Short street, ibetween Second and Third.
NO STAMPEDE EXPECTED
Baltimore, June 2Gtb, It Is realized by all
that the two.thlrds voto necessary to nominate rJiS
In thfl p.nnvflnMnn o.n nnlir ia aanrl In,
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combination of some of the candidates or by a'",3)
"broak" or "stampede" of the delegates. Tho . f 3
various leaders oro Arm In tho belief thero will
be no stampede and say tbey do no) even fear
Mr. Bryan himself In tbat respect.
The Aurora Inverted Mnntlc. Double weave strong nnd
will r!vo beat ol service, .tegular price 10c.
jy,4 for 25CPm
M. F. WILLIAMS 8t GO. "Bi0 afffcta,-
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Is now what clothing dealers are striving for. Whilst it is a little early in the season M
to reduce prices, we find it expedient to begin now. Tho remarkable cool spring has U
doubtless retarded the ready-to-wear clothing business somewhat. Many ot you are Lnv
yet open for your spring suit. Here is an opportunity to save money. To provide
work lor our tailors we will make to order in our shop a limited number o( Coat and
Pants lor $30, See the material in our East window. The fabrics are from the cele
brated house of E. H. Vanlngen & Co.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville',- Leading Clothing
Judge and Mrs. A Z. Blalr and Miea Gladys
and Uastora Daniel and HJgar of Portsmouth,
0., wore among the out of town visitors at
the Chautauqua yesterday and last night.
Judgo Blair was on the afternoon program
A fast train consumes from Uenty-five bo
fifty gallons of water a mil?.
Thomas Grigsby of Concord, was arrestod
yesterday in Second street by Officer Glrwin
for bolng drunk nnd using profane language
in prcBenco of ladiep.
Upward of 100 acres of land In the Abner
Mills .action ot Nicholas county Is being cul
tivated in tomatoes.
Mr. and Mrc John R. Walton of Garrard
street, Covington, aro entertaining Mrs. Tillie
U alloy and Ida May Donovan of Germantowo.
Ringgold Lodge No. 27. 1. 0. 0. P., elected
the following officer last night to serve the
N. G. Charles Wetzel.
V. G. George W. Crowell.
Secretary Simon Nelson.
Treasurer James Child?.
Mr. Edward Bradley, aged 23, of Nicholas
county, and Miss Annie Flora, aged 23, of
Bath county, were married yesterday morning
la tho County Clerk', office, Judgo W. II.
Rice performing tho ceremony.
Officer Omar Fizer and Jacob
Nash Come Torjother Mat
ters Will Be Sottlod
Yesterday noon an encouoter occurred be
iwoon Officer Omar Fizer and Jacob Nash In
Uarket street In which the former recoived a
dangerous atab In the abdomen at the bands
of tho latter, and Nash being promptly knock
ed down by Fizer with his billy.
After receiving surgical attention from
Dr. Brand the wounded officer retired to his
room wbero ho Is likely to be confined for
Nash was arrested on a warrant sworn out
In 'Squire Rosier. Court charging cutting
with intent to kill, and was held over in the
sum of $200 for appearanco at an examining
There are two sides to the unfortunate oc
currence and the true facts In the case will be
developed when tho mattor cornea op before
'Squire Rosaer for trial. Nash gave
with J. H. Pollitt as surety.
Bream of PEAS
Made by Heinz and is a genuine CREAM Soup.
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Was the First Day of the Red
Splendid Hifjh-Class Program
lights Two Good Audiences
to d a ym PROGRAM
Lecture Recital, "Kindling."
Morning Lecturer: W. E. Danforth.
Boy Scoutmaster: Ralph Cummins.
Concert Carroll Gleo Club,
Lecture "The Modern Mormon Kingdom"
Senator Frank J. Cannon.
Concert Carroll Glee Club.
Monologuo "A Nest Egg" Mary Agnes
Admission, 25 Cents.
Tho Inauguration of tbo Redpath Chautauqua
at Maysville yesterday was quite a tuccesr,
considoring tho threatening skies.
Superintendent T. M. Coraellson is In per
sonal charge ot the meeting aod I well fitted
to mako It a succesr.
The Immeose tent and all pirapberoalla are
new, the seats are comfortablo and tbo stage
well equipped with piano andother accessories
while the lighting at night Is superb.
Judge Blalr ot Adams county fame, spoke on
"A Lerson to a Nation," and while it was a great
efTortthe Judge seemed to be talking In be
hilt of Roosevelt and Brjan.
The Ladies' Spanish Orcbester, was the
delight of tho afternoon and evening, assisted
by II. V. Benjamin, baritone.
"Character Studies From Life," by that
prince of Impersonators John B. Ratto, closed
the first day's program.
Tub Public Ledger cannot speak to? highly
of this tnoit plowing entotUtomuet,'
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White Serge Suits 0-
Tbo lively demand for White Serge Buita hag reduced our stock to a mere hint of its for
mer size, ho tho pri:e like the number goes down to the vanishing point. With the exception
ol one, as mentioned below, the suits are all this senson'e And as spic-aud-spau as whon hung
in the case.
$25 Whito Serge with tan hairline stripes $10. Not this season's.
White 8erge with black hairline stripes. $25 Suits $17K. $22X Suits $15. $15 Suits $10.
White Serge either strictly tailored or trimmed in black or trimmed in white. $29 Suits
$10 J.. )28 Suits $17X. $15 Suits $10.
$25 Whito Serge $15. One suit has heavy lace collar and cuffs with under-lay of prim
roso satin. Another suit has delicato blue agaric collar and trimmings of large aud small ivory
DRESSES at $4.98; Formerly $Ql and $72.
DRESSES at $3.98, Formerly $5 and $6.
Every dress greets you with the assurance it belongs to tho season ot 1912. Not ono in
the lot soiled or shop worn. All are fresh as the most fastidious wo in mi can demand. Too
many that is the wholo story of tho prico cut. Tho styles are so varied individual description
is imposoible, but as a general outline will mention lace and embroidery, panels, medallions,
dainty tucks and soft white lingerie cloth. They are dresses you will bo eager to own aud they
are reduced while thren months nf wparine timp ip Rtill nlipnd.
135a .Ea:XJ3SrT?3 ieia
Miss Anne Page Goggtn ot Austin, Texas'
who has bono hero on a brief visit to her
plater, Mrp, Mallby, at Cedar Mill, left Monday
for Baltimore, from which phce she sailed
yesterday for a ten-weeks stay In tho British
Senator Martlne, of New Jersey, la a real
farmer, and it is his greatest boast that in all
the years that ho has spent on tho farm he
has never sold a horse. When ono of the
animals gets too old to work it Is retired on
full rations and permittod to loaf out Its ex
istence on pastures largo and green.
Concert at Mayslick
Miss Mary Dan Harbison and Mr. Robert
Harbison ot Flemlngsburg will give a concert
Fiiday night, June 28tb, at 8 o'clock in the
Mayellok l'resbyterian Church, Admission, 35
SATURDAY WILL BE
RED LETTER DAY.
SI worth fc'tfunps Froo.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
RED LETTER DAY
MAYSVILLPS BIG WEEK!
Of course, you will attend th 3 Chautauqua. Maysville should be proud to welcome
such a distinguished lot of lecturers and musicians as offered in their colossal pro
gram. Their season ticket for the seven bigday3 for $2 is almost as big a bargain as
The Three Big Specials
Which We Put On Sale Saturday, Which is
RED LETTER DAY and DOUBLE STAMPS.
READ TOMORROW'S PAPERS.
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