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INSTANT POSTUM !
This Is thu regular Postum in a concentrated form
nothing added. Put up In tins to retail
at 30c and 50c. Enough to make
100 cups delicious Postum.
DINGER & FREUND
MARKET STtfRRTs . z&
MAYSVILLE, ICY.. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 191 a.
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"The ocean Is an awful flirt,"
Said Arabella Lee;
"I rIvo It no encouragement,
lint still It waves to me."
New York World.
Genuine turtle soup tonight at 7 o'clock at
Frank Eitel'a saloon.
Mr. and Ur. J. N. Wilson of Ulcco, Fls
afevlaltlng the Uttor'd mother, the venerable
illri. Martha Uridires of West Second Btreet.
Xi - mil -. " .l -J- k i
$wi9y n iibuu a uiauy irieuua uuro acu aiwajo
Clad to welcomo bar back home.
Crookhaum's Quick Roliof
if UFot prlcYIey hear, for Infant, ono applies
o'a la aufllcleot; cures piles when other
aedlclnes fall; bunions, corns, cuts and
bruiaos, and euros granulated eye-lids, prevents
For sale at
J. J. Wood & Son's, Druggists.
U W I lll'lllil i F
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you are always teady for the finest
ieen rumcr 1 091s are tempered
stay sharp indefinitely.
nr ihi lmmn 4ltm. nA lAnnl
than the ordinary nameless kinds.
A LOT oflFINE
Ex-Lieutenant Governor William II. Coz fa
In Loy'ufho 6flf buslnesi1.
Jix. U. It. Drlttlngham of Manchester, 0.,
wis a oDiioess visuor in me cuy yeiieraay.
'Squire John Holllday, Edward Dryant and
IJJ" VUVDt WQia tUBOU tJ VIBlhUlB JODkWf
'iir. Harry lllto of Cincinnati Is tho Rueut
of'hls brother, Edward Ilite, Chief of tbo Fite
, !Cpionel L. T. Anderson of l'oInt-au-Vlow
'Stock Farm was ubualnesavUlcorln Iodtanapp-'-
lis, lad., this waolr.
gUr. and lira. Charles IlaococY: and children
oflTorest avenue are vlilliag relatives and
lends at Cherry Fork, 0.
tafias Ulnerva Powell of Drlar Cliff, -Fort
vgomas, Ky., Is the guest of her cousins, .Mr.
and lira. W. F. Hall of Forest avenue.
Us Margaret Lynch of Weat Second street
vne, after spending eaveral weeks with
Ulta May Lynch, at Georgetown,
Ulsa Uargaret Slft of East Fifth atrett
tfftsrday to apend ber summar vacation
-"mi at Elmendorf I'laco, Fayotto
Sur. 0. B. Turner and aon of BlrmlDKhara,
aTnd UrJJ. L. Turher of Houth HIxcIm-
iare recent suesta of thair brother, Ur.
Tomer of this city;
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output -of coal during tho last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giviug
you a creater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uuless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
j3 Whon needing dental work call onOartmell.
ifls but the work of a minute to sharpen a
thisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Kutter Grindstone.
. Made of very carefully selected Berea grit
mounted on an extra braced tubular frame that
never sways or "wabbles." Ball bearings
and double tread make it run as easy as a
..bicycle. .With this grindstone and an outfit ol
or heaviest work.
ior lasting cages ana once snarpeneu
ilflnrt finMar tunrlf ut(Tl Ipcq nttpnfinn
Miss Margaret Mullalley of Cincinnati is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Kunkle of East
Mr. Russell Snspp of Carlisle, returned home
today after aoveral day's visit with MIsa
Clarlne Gettis of West Fourth street.
Mr. Ducknor Wallingford of Cincinnati was
here this week visiting his father, Mr. B. A
Wallingford, and his aunt, Mrs. Kato Walling
ford. Or. Jamoi H. Martin and daughter, Eliza,
have returned horns to Winchester, Ky,, after
a visit to tho Drs mother, Urr. Mary Uartln,
Mrs. Hannah C. Curran and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Curran were in Dover yesterdsy,
tho home of the two first na,med, visiting rela
tives and renewing old-tlmo scenes.
Rev. F. W. Han op of Barboursville and
Prof. Percy R. Ports, President of Union Col
lego, were among the distinguished personages
vbo passed through Msysvllle today en route
to Rugglos Campmoetiog.
Misses Ollie and Katberloo Wood of tit.
Sterling, charming guests of Miss Elizabeth
Peed of Eut Fourth street, for ten days, re
turned boma Saturday afternoon, much to the
regret of their many friends In this city.
Colonel B. A. Wallidgford left for Rivertoo,
Ky this morning where he expects to spend
some time vialtlog friends Mr. Walllogford's
many friends will bo glad to learn that hts
layesight bas much Improved during bis stay and
treatment at Wilson llotpltal.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E, Curraa leave this
afternoon for Cincinnati, and thence to their
future homo in Lincoln, Nebraska, wbero Mr.
Curran will engage in business. As be bas
berstoforo been a staunch supporter of the
Hon. William Jennings Bryan In bis threo
races for the Presidency, It Is hoped that be
may now eoo much of the "great commoner" at
All classes of people cat Stone's Wrapped Cakes. Jho rich buy them
because they are tho beat that money can buy, regardless ol price, 1'eoplo of
nioderato means buy them because they are cheaper and better than can bo
made in tho home, l'oor pcoplo cat them because they aro tho only good
cakes ever sold that poor people can aflprd to buy. They aro rich and made of
fine country butter, and this is why wo Bell thorn and satisfy every purchaser.
Fancy reaches and Can'eloupcs,
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
ivn iiavrjum reccivii n onrinaii 01 1110 ilot uoinpoaitlon Hool nil
tho mnrkcr. Wo boiiRht It right and wo will sell It ritf lit. It
l'oaltlvoly Kitarnntccil. Coino and cxainlno Ir. Anil for Poplar
Wcattoor Donrdinir, Flooring or nil klndM, Itrd Cndnr SIiIiikIch,
Sash, I)ora and Iliilldln inaterlntH. Wo have a complete stock
and yon wilt nlways find our prlorn right.
In tho heart of tho city, ono square Kaat of Market street.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Deering Machinery. Maysvillc, Ky.
A. A. MoriAUOHLlN. Ij.N. UKI1AN.
As I will discontinue business August lit, I
wish to thank tho public for their patronage
and ask all persons owlns accounts to call and
settlo Immediately. Thoso having accounts
against mo presont same for settlement.
THIS SOUNDS GOOD
Covingtort-Maysville Electric Lino
to Bo Completed in a Year
Riptd progress Is being made on tha con
struction of the Cincinnati, Louisville, Lexing
ton and Uajs? il'e Traction line and it is ex
pected that that portion of lbs roal between
Covington and Uaysville will be in operation In
he cou seof aye r.
Tncka httvd aliealy Loeu laid botweon Dry
Ridge and Owoiton whilo porvejors have b.ea
at work near Indep'ndsnca for tho past few
Track laying between that point and Wal
ton soon will be atartod.
Tho entire right of way Letwoou Covington
and Dry Ridge has beensutveyed and construc
tion stakes placed.
Grovor's Bad Arm Allegod Causo
of Richmond Taking Yostor-
day's Game, Score
8 to 3
Yesterdsy afternoon Richmond defeated
Uaysville by tho decided score of 8 to 3.
Grover worked for the Rivormen but had a
sore arm and could not keep the heavy-hitting
Pioneers from batting h's slaw balls all over
the field. The game waa an uninteresting af
fair, although rather a fast ooe at that.
Ribb started for the visitors and held the
Rlvermen safe until the third, whan they fonnd
his weak spot and commenced to bat him Lod
scored one run. He was taken out In
the sixth after two runs and three bits bad
beon made with two down. Black then took
bis place and held the locals at his mercy not 1
even giving them a hit. The batting of Munn,
Murray and Jonos were the features.
The score follows:
Uaysville ... .0 0 I 0 0 2 0 0 03 0 3
Richmond.... 3 10 0 0 0 3 1 8 13 1
Batteries Rabb, Black and Haines; Grover
and Kunkle, Two-base Hits Murray, Munn.
Three-base Hits Jonej, Munn. Sacrifice Hits
Balrd, Lske, O'Connell. Stolon Base J onts
Base on Balls Off P.abb, 2. Struck out,
by Rabb, 2; by Black, 1; by Grover, 1.
G bits, 3 runa off Rabb in Gg In
nings. Left on Bases Richmond, C; Maya,
vllle, G. Double Plays O'Oonnell to Balrd to
Munn, Langenbam to Kunkle. Wild Pitobea
Grover, Rabb. First Base on Errors Rich
mond, 4; Msysvllle 1. Hit by Pitcher By
Rabb, Clevor, Konkl '. Time 1:45. Umpire
Last gsrao cf the series with Richmond here
Tba Central League will be reduced to an
eight-club clrcu t next year.
Pitcher Vallandiogbam of tho Lexington
club baa beon sold to the Louisville American
The Riwmen go to Paris tomorrow for a
two-game serlos, snd also two games at both
Richmond and Frankfurt, returning home
Tuesday, Augait G.b, for a two gamo series
For Every Taste!
For Every Pocket Book I
Mrs. John Grant
has returned from Wll-
Will Movo to Huntington
Mr. James U. Hall, ono of Mayavllle's high
class and representative citizens, and bis ex
cellent and lovely family, have decided to take
up their permanent residence in Huntington,
W. Va , and will take their departure for that
city In about ten days. He Is of that class of
citizenship that Mayavillo can ill-afford lo lose
oprlght, homst and a thorough Christian
gentleman. Ur. Hall is a native of this city
and is a grandson of the late James U. Hall,
founder of thu Ejgle Plow Woriw, one cf Mays
villa's largest manufacturing establishments,
with which be bas been connected and received
his burfnesj trainlop. Ha baa chosen a new
Cold of labor and will associate himself with
bis brother In-law, ('. P. Uarshall, In a general
iniurancn buine?. Wb'le his going away is
much to be regretted, what is our loss will In
lluntlngtob's gair. TllK I EDCKit takea pleas
ure in cummendug bim to the confidence and
fellowship of th u'l.ij peopln of Huntington.
With prices cut in half, with dozens of stylish
garments to interest you, with arrangements in the
altering department for prompt deliveries, isn't this
the time to buy a Suit for the vacation trip you are
Think of Buying a $25 Suit for
$ 1 2A and a $20 Suit for $10!
Suits you can wear now, and also- next winter
with a sweater vest under your coat.
And you won't .have to choose from a half
dozen Suits for you will find a broad color, size and
style range awaiting you.
Will Tell of Work in India
UUa Mary Forman, who has bean a mis
sionary to India for twenty-five years, will tell
of ber work In Iodla at the Central Presby
terian Churchjiext Thursday evening at 7:30.
THE BIG SALE
We congratulate every person who has attended our BIG CLEARANCE SALE anf
sympathize with every one who has not. How can you conscientiously miss such opportun
ties as we now offer?
Dress Ginghams 5c.
Good Bleach Cotton 7c.
One lot Calicoes 4c.
Lawns 3c, 5c, 7c.
"Royal" Shirtwaists 98c. ,
Shirts, some "Eagles," 50c.
15c Curtain Scrims 10c.
White Piqur Skirts 98c.
Of conrso love is blind,
needs no light In tho parlor.
That la why It
Of Farmers' and Planters' Tobacco
Warehouso Company Have Until
August 1st to Sell Out at Par
To tho stockholders of the Farmers &
Plantora Tobacco Warehouse Company., Having
sold to the Loulsvlllo Tobacco Warehouse
Company a majirlty of tho capital stock of
aaid company at par, those who have not Hated
their stock for sale can sell at the price paid
for tho majirlty of the stock, viz: $10 per
share, by calling at Room No. 1, Central
This offer holds good up to and Including
August 1st, 1912. Those who have not sold
by that time we will understand by thalr no
tlon that they prefer to keep their stuck.
Thomas II. Gray.
Our Clearance Sale
Will continue until our light weight suits are reduced to a minimum. At the inte and prico we are selling
them it will be advantageous to you not to delay coming in, Never before have we favored our patrons
with our highest grade suits with tin deep cuts we are making on them, However, clearing up stock and
"Getting the money" for it is what we are alter. Our Shirt Stock, always the best in town, is still at its
beat by reason of the almost daily arrivals of the latest styles, Athletic and Plain Underwear in most aiiy
quality you desire. Tho best Men's Hose in town, 10c to COc. If in need ol h bag, suit caso or trunk,
visit our trunk room. You will savo money and get quality. A few more of Linen Crash Suits left.
They are fine (or this temperature.
I'nrn Linen Oman 1'ants $1. 50. All sizes. " v
D. HBCHINGBR & CO.
Judging from tho drawings of the cartoonist
the bull moose Is nothing more than a mule
Mr. Wallace K. Rees, ooe of our hustling
young tobacco men has returned from a
business trip to Chicago.
Mias Theodosla G. Curran and Miss Allene
Glascock left this morning over the C. & 0.
for Cincinnati and thence to Detroit, Mich.,
and will lator go to Petoskey for a visit, wind
ing up for a two months' stay at St. Louis,
Mlcb., where they hope to find renewod health.
Rtv. J. D. Walsh of Chattanooga, Tenn ,
passed through here yesterday en route to
Roggles Campmeetlng. Pev. Walsh was for
merly Pastor of tho Third Stroet M. E. Church
and at one time Presiding Elder of the District.
Hero aro a fow of our most popular Dranda:
lOo Freeman's, Wnodaldo Violot and Valley Violet.
15c Colgate's, Williams', Graves', Wllhcrt'd Carnation, Lotus',
Meadow Violet, Cnaliinero Bouquet and Colgate's Dactylis.
JIOo Wllbert'a Violet, largo.
25c Wilbcrt'R Violet in pound cana, ItlvcrU', Johrnon & John
son's Nuraory Violet, extra large; I'almor's, Onlgto's, Monad Violet,
Hobson'a Antl-Bkeetcr and Wllbert'a Qunon Quality.
ME WEI I EAUQ ftfl "B,0 Drugstore With
! W ILLIAiyid w uUi the Little Prico."
arSmoke Masonian and La Tosca, G coots
Yesterdsy Constable Gibson arrested Jobn
West of Lewis county, charged with having
stolen $52 out of the home of Lon Soister at
Springdale. lie will have a hearing before
Squire lUoser today. .
An Interesting Price Cut
A half dozen girls from 12 to 16 years old can
profit by a reduction on some pretty white linene
Suits. Just six remain and to close them out we
cut a deep incision in the price to make it read
$1.98 instead of $3. You will be .just as much
interested in the style and daintiness of these Suits as
in their low price so come in to see them. New
this season and perfectly fresh.
25c Collars for 10c
Dutch Collars of embroidered linen. Not-
many, therefore not all
traces of handling. Easily laundered and our gen
erous price cut will pay you for the trouble.
Kogland's attitude seems to bo "I caro not
who builds a canal so long as I can run it."
Gettrudo Atberton, the novelet, baa given
up a trip to Germany and has returned to Cal
ifornia In order to reglater and vote at the
September primary election.
Silk Petticoats $1.98.
Beautiful Dresses at $3.98.
Hearth-size Velvet Rugs $1.25.
Room-size Rugs $9.98.
$3 Satin Pumps and Oxfords $1.98.
$3.50 White Canvas
One lot Men's $3.50
One lot Women's Tan Suede Pumps $1.19.
One lot Children's $2.25 Sandals $1.
' ',:aat &'
Mrs. Thomas A. Davis continues very III at
her home In West Second street. ''"".
Taft Will Not Intorfero
WASMNGTON.July 29th. Republican loaders ,
of the Taft forces In Ohio were advised to-" .
night by Carml Thompson, President TnftW
Secretary, that under no circumstances would
the President interfero la tho naming of a
candidate to succeed Judge E. B. Dillon at tho
head of the State ticket.
Mnysville's Loading Clothing
Gentlemen's Driving Club
The Gentlomen's Driving Club will hold a
meeting at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the
County Judgo'dt office for tho election of
sizes. Some show .slight
ALWAYS ASK FOR GOOD
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C. C. CALHOUN. " '.Ji!:
SCHATZMANN'3 China Store. vT
GLOBE STAMP GO.
High Shoes $1.98
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