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-THE VERY BEST-
And Everything in
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
DINGER & FREUND
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tAYSVILLE, KY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915J.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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We don't like puns, tboy are not fair;
And each one In a iln;
And yet we ask. "Can Teddy bear
Ai much as llllllkln?"
J8WJ1I reaum.6 my mailo class Tuesday,
September 3d, at my resldenco Stadlo.
'Phone 14G W. Ella Uab Murphy.
. Mm. Ellen Swift and Hiss Mary Dnokley
will open a boarding houae at 102 West Second
street August 25th. Persons desiring rooms
or board will call 'phone GIG.
Xjr Still at His Old Tricks
Yesterday Colonel It. B. Lovel received a
.P letter from a Richmond, Ky., firm stating that
" a check worker bad passed a cnecic in mat
city using the Colonel'd good name to negoti
ate the worthless ppor. This fellow la evi
dently a slick "Jlm-tbe-Penraan," and should
be headed off fta quickly as possible.
We have them with glass from
We also uave'a store room full
If you want both quality atd
ing to talk to ua and it will likely tie In your advantage.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STHKKT, NKAK SECOND.
you arc always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Keen Kutter Tools are tempered for lasting edges and once sharpened
stay sharp indefinitely.
For the home they are Ideal, doing better work wilh less attention
than the ordinary nameless kinds.
A LOT of FINE
B a iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii si nil' nras
. Ur. F. H. Dradley of Aogosta la visiting
Mr. William Dern and bride arrived home
Mr. Archibald Church, Jr., fs visiting Mrs.
Anderson Finch of Helena,
c, Ulss Isabella Key Is tho gucit of Ur. and
Mrs. Albert Ranklna of Augusta.
Mr. C. 0. UcDoDjle spent Sanday .with b's
parents, Ur. and Mrs. A. J. UcDougle.
Mrs. Leo Cullen and sop, Robert Lee, are
,t bpme, after a visit to her father In Ut.
Uisi Lucy Dretel has returned home from a
pleasant visit with Uis. Uary Crolthwalte of
Mil. Walter Frazed of Loulivlllo was a
V ROMt of Mrs. Anna Ball and UUs Anna Uc
The most delicious
mailo la JlolUml,
Biggs'1 TSP OTT
THl'IT. DO IT NOW. JSVJSKYUUIJY 18.
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ol coal during the last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trado by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
p3 Whon needing dental work call on Caitmol
of Panel Doors. Prices from $1
price see us. It will cost you noth-
When Your Tools
It Is but the work of a minute to sharpen a
chisel, 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 of
Miss Retta Squires of Cincinnati was here
yosterday to attend the funeral of her aunt,
Mrs. Henry Rasp.
Ur. and Mrs. Charles P. DIeterlch are In
attendance upon the Florist's Convention now
In session at Chicago.
Dr. Ella Y. Hlcka and children bavb re
turned bono from Detroit, Mlcb. The doctor
has resumed her practice.
Mrs. Cbarlea Hunter and children of Wash
ington are visiting the family of Mr. Edward
Rennlck, Avondale, Cincinnati.
- Misses Ruth and Lena Breeze have returned
home, after a dellghtYul visit to their aunt,
Mrs. John Fichter of Uiyalick.
Mn. Frank P. O'Donnell and son will spend
the next four weeks at The llrandenburg, 123
Ruxton avenue, Manltou, Colorado.
Mr. S. Straus, proprietor of the New York
Store, left this morning for a five weeks trip
to Northern Ulcbigan and Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Nolan have re
turned to Cincinnati after a visit with Ur. and
Mrs. S. D. McDowell of West Third street.
Ulta Eatberlno Downey ot East Second
atroet, returned homo Sunday night from a
delightful two weeks visit In Loulivlllo and
water eves made, TJiis, thn prlginnl, ia
Your guest or family will be delighted.
For canning and preserving this week.
Fine Crab Apples for jelly.
Call Phone 230. .
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Apnts for Deerinfj Machinery. ftlaysville, Ky.
A. A. MoIjAUGIIIjIN. Xi.N. HlCil AN.
Dr. Uert Pearca of Covington U tbo guest
of Misses Floreoce and Anna Frank of East
Mr. John Collins and slater, Miss P. Collins,
left yesterday for a v!lt with relatives and
friends In lows.
Misses Helen and Eunice Darby of Hyde Park,
Cincinnati, are visiting their cunt, Mrs. V. L.
Swisher, of Limestone street.
Masters Franklin and Lo?llo Slye, the hust
ling Saturday Evening Post boys, are sponding
a few days with their undo at Amelis, 0.
Mr. C . U. Kennan, lato n graduate of tho
University of Illinois at Champagne, now re
siding in this county, visited Maysvllle yester
Yoong McAbre, who fell from n C. &. 0.
freight car oil the vinduct Wednesday morning
and Is now n patient at Alms Hoqjo.wbs a great
sufferer with his back last night but is resting
this morning. Ills mother Is expected to ar
rive from Chicago tnniiiht or in the morning.
Dr. Clarence f. Pullitt nnd son, llaiter Rob
ert Pollitt, and Mr. Stanley llyron and eon,
Master Milton 111 ron, nil of Erie, Pa., arrived
hero lst evening in thlr mud-beepattored
Bulck auto, bav.r.g enmo nil the way around
I by Columbus and Cincinnati to Mayaville.
Or, Pollitt is a founor Uaysviilo bay. who bo
gan hU dental carer under tbo Into Dr.
Wardle in Majeville. He is here on n visit to
his father, Ur It. 0. Pollitt of tha Whito Hall
and bis numerous brothers and sisters.
HON. HENRY L. NEWELL
Ono of Maysvillo's Honored and Bo
lovod Citizens Passos Away
After a well-spent life, loved nnd revered by
the entire community, Hon. Henry L, Newell
passed Into eternal sleep last afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at bis homo in Limestono street,
after a protracted illness, nged 7G yoars.
Henry L. Newell, son of liana Newell and
Elizabeth I.ouxhridgo Newell, was born in
Mayaville, Ky., September 27tb, 1836. Hans
Newell hoi n at Belfast, Ireland, In the year
1803, and Elizabeth Loughrldgo, his wife, was
born In Tyrone county, Ireland, In the year
1799. Three children born of this union
Sarah Jane, Henry L. and W. W. Newell.
Sarah Jane married W. W. Pike, both of
whom ere now dead. The late W. W. Newell
died several years ago.
Hans Newell came to Mayevilla about the
year 1823 nnd lived here until bis desth In
1890. He married Elizabeth Loughrldge In
the year 1833. She died in the year 1851.
Henry L. Newell attended school at tho
Rlcbeson Academy on Fourth street In this
ctty and first began life In a printing office as
typesetter on tho old Uaysvlllo EsrIb. On
October fhb, 185S, be married Ella U. Spald
ing. She preceded hi in Id the grave, having
died October 2Gtb, 1831.
Five children sutvivo this marriage: Miss
Lizzie Newell, Hon. Cbarlos D. Newell, Judge
of tho Maeon Circuiturt, Ur. Ira E. Newell,
Mrs. Ella Davli and Miss Nettie B. Newell.
He was twice married, his second wife, wl a
survives blm, being a Miss Thompson.
Henry 1.. Newell was Mayor of Maysvlllo
from 1874 to 1S79. Roth before and after
his election aa Msyor ho was almost con
tinuously a momber of the Hoard ot Council
from tho Fourth Ward. Ho became a member
of Ringgold Lodge, I, 0. 0. F., August 12tb,
1858, and waa Its oldest member at bts death,
He became a member of the Neptune Fire
Co., whon a boy and was Its Treasurer at bis
deatb. He waa a Director of the Mayaville
Cemetery Co., for some years past and was its
President at his death. Mora than thirty
years ago bo unltod with the Presbyterian
Church and was an Elder in the Central Pres
byterian Church wheo ho djod.
The funeral service will bo held at th
Central Presbyterian Church Thursday at 2-3A
p, m. Rev. R. L, 33511 5ffic!st!ulT.'T5linnder
the, auspices of theOddfelUwt Inttbe UaysvWa
The best that can he had. Comu nml inspect our stock
and tell us your requirements. It will be n ploaeuro 'or
us to explain tho quality and FUggcst the bent for your
purpose. Wo will save you money. A trial and you will
bo convinced. Our stock is complete and your order filled
in haste. In tho hiart of the city.
POWER & DAULTON
LOCAL S1I0WEUS TODAY; TO-
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It ralnod lnU of times slnco yesterday and
Its tlms Nuture wan turning off the water.
Damare Moire, aged 12 yeare, residing cor
ner of Second and Limestone streets, In jump
ing out of n skill ut Hid wharf yesterday broke
his left arm.
Mr. John Harbeann of Ihetirm of McGuire &
Harbeson willanive tndny from Detroit, where
bo purchased a bandiiim Hup automobile for
Mrs. W. (J. Lewi of Etst Third street.
General Boolh Dead
London, Enc, Amsuat 20th. The Rev.
William Ronthtt, fieDerol nnd Commander-In-Chief
of the Salvation Any, pissed away at
10:13 tonight. Ha w is burn at Nottingham,
Linen Suits; beautiful quality, handsomely tailored, not this.,
season's, values up to $12,50, choice $1.49. Not mauy.
llig reductions in Women's Suits, both silk and wool,
$7 to $12.50 Silk Waists $2.98. '
Wash Goods Specials 50c bordered Poplins 19c. 25c Linene
l'Jc Linene 12c.
$10 Chiffon Waist Patterns $3.98.
50c Figured Silk Mull 19c yard.
Laundered Muslin Sheets 72x84 inches 49c.
45-inch Scarfs, 30-inch squares, hemstitched and embroidered.
Big line of white Pique, 20 patterns, 0 qualities. 20c to 50c yd,
Children's Drawers, fancy hem, 2 to 10-year sizes, 10c.
Silks of all kinds. 49c to G9c, now 39c yard.
59c Muslin Skirts 39c. $1.25 Skirts 75c. $2 Skirts 98c.
50c Sample Corset Covers 25c. 25c Corset Covers 15c.
Kr'Smoke Masonlan and La Tosca, Scents
UIbs Mary Parker of West Third street ar
rived homo yesterday after a several weeks'
pleasant visit with relatives and frlenda at
Mlllersburg. She was accompanied home by
Miss Lavloa Reynolds of Mlllersburg.
children's QpUf.rA IWcepe F0R
and MISSES' OtllUUl 11 CooCo FAIL
Just received, our new line, which consists of ginghams, per
cales, madras and galatea cloth, made in all the new, pretty
styles for fall by the greatest manufacturer of young folks'
dresses in this country, marked at reasonable prices.
Make your selecfci6n today while the assortment is largest.
You cannot possibly make these dresses at our prices. Sizes, 3
years to 18 years.
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Mr. Clande W. Watklns has sold a cottage
and lot to the river on the North stde of East
Seound street, Sixth Ward, to Mrs. Frank Eltel
'or $1 and other considerations Sale made
through Thomas L.'fcwan & Co.'d real estate
Surpriso Party and Hou9o
Last evening without a word of warning,
abont sixty relatives and frlenda ot Mr. and
Mrs. George Wnod Owens, awooped down upon
them In their elegant new home In Bast Mays-
villa, In which they only took np their residence
lastweok, and gave the Newly Weds the sur
priso of their lives nail made the occasion a
genial house warmiog. Each of the aelf-fn-vlted
visitors brought with them a package as a
gift to Mr. and Mrs. Owens, all useful In the
gentle art of housekeeping.
There waa much merrymaking, music, re
freshments, etc., and Mr. and Mrs. Owens'
hospitality was tested and ebjoyed to the utmost.'
You Have the Opportunity !
Throughout tho rest of this mouth to buy fine clothca at greater reduced prices than we ever made. There
are eutllcieut summer weeks ahead to induce you to take advantage of our sale. As to quality and style,
"you know the kind we sell."
FORMER VALUES $20.00 and $22.50, NOW $17.50
FORMER VALUES $25.00 and $28.50, NOW $19.50
Children's and Boys' Suits one-fourth off the price. "These Prices Mean Cash."
D. HECHINGER & CO.
jCfrNow Is the time to bay yoar winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
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Mrs. Honnie Otto of West Front street, la
home after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Lonlse
Zinger and Mrs. Edward Williamson of Lexing
ton and attend the Hluegrasa Pair.
yUanohester Fair September 4th, 5th,
Gth and 7th nnder new management.
Hon. Walter Matthews and Sanford Mitchell
of Uayslick, William Robb of Helena and
Thomas Lashbrook of Bernard are attending
the reunion of Morgan'a.jnon at Estill Springs.
50c to $5.
The Redpath Chautauqua System has Died
suit In the Mason Circuit Court sgalnst tho
Mayaville Amusement Company for $785, being
balance due on n $1,500 guarantee for the
Chautauqua Assembly held In this city from
June 2Cth to July 2d.',
attrTlie l'ubllo IiilBor,. locnl auil Ions
Hero nro n fow or our most popular brands:
10c Freeman's, Woodalrio Violet anil Valley Violet.
lBo ColKato'tf, Williams', Gravee', Wilbcrt'A Carnation, IjOtne',
Meadow Violet, CaHluncre Boutiiiot ami Colgate's Dactylla.
iiOc WUbert's Violet, lartfo.
U5o WIlbcrt'H Violet In pound cniiH, HIvoiIh', Jnlineon & Jolin
Bon's Nursery Violet, extra larc; l'almer'H, ColjcutoV, Monad Violet,
llobgon'fl Antl-.Skcctor and Wllbcrt'a Quocn (Juullty.
VALUES $12.00 and $15.00, NOW $10.50.
VALUES $16.50 and $18.00, NOW $13.50
Colonel Samnel P. Bridges ot Forest avenue
left this morning to spend a week In Fleming
connty and take in the Ewing Fair. The
Colonel provided himself with an ample supply
of medicinal properties for snake bites and
$4 and $5 Lingerie Waists $1.98.
Black Voile Skirts reduced 33 per cent.
Dress Linens Yard wide pink 25c. 50-inch navy, helio, rose,
35c formerly 60c, Itose, blue, tan, raspberry, diagonal linen 250
"- Men's unlaundered whito Shirts 3 for $1, regular price 50c eaclJ,
Scalloped Bolster Shams, 81 inches long, 75c.
$2 Art Counterpanes, 72x90 inches, blue, red, pink, greon,
$1.25. j ,
50c Fancy Bhell Barretles 10c.
50c White Chamoisetto Gloves, thre'e-quart'er 8r wrist length,
10c Colored Seaming Braid, 0-yard length, 5c.
$3 Heavy Kid Driving Gloves, three-quarter length, $1.98,
Lace Veils for the popular sailor hats just half price.
Yesterday In 'Squire Rosser's Court Louis
Atkins and S. Ford were convicted of tres
passing and each assessed $10 and costs. At
the same time William S. Ford was fined $f0
and coats for flourishing a deadly weapon.
Being unablo to pay their fines or furnish bond
all throe woro committed to Jail.
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The Mies' Aid Society of the First Baptist
Charch will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock
with Mrs. James II. Hall of East Second etroet.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Third Street
M. E. Church will meet this aftornoon at the
Church at 2:30 o'clocf. This being the last
mooting bofora the Conference every member
Ib urged to be present so that a good report
may bo made to the fourth quarterly confef
enco. "Big Drugstore With
the Littlo Price."
Maysvillo's Loadipg Clothing and
Ur. and Mrs. 1. W. Theobald and little bod,
John Orr, have returned to their home In Hyda
Park, Cincinnati, aftor a visit with Ur. and
Mrs. J. C. Rains of Rlverview. Mrs. Rains
and her daughter, Miss Mildred, accompanied
them homo for a few days visit.
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GLOBE STAMPS AT
C. C. CALHOUN
SCUATZMANN'S China St
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