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J is fresh every day. 9
Call and see our line or phoue us. We carry I
a good selection of the best. M
5 DINGER BROS., titS& I
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 19l4.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
' Tlio Living Mine.
He-was a rk'h nnd pacing rlilm,
And ovory doctor knew lilni,
Tor each hint delved within his fi .11110
And m:i(l(. a pnwpcct thiough liim.
U-icli quo had. sliced timl curved tind
With some slight variation,
Whilo oery one had staked and
Fur fitturo operations.
(loorgo. H. Mall", in Judge.
COUNTY COURT DAY STOCK
Thn salo of lho stock on Market
street was brisk.
Orlorrirtt Johnson of Ripley, Ohio,
sold l'.P. Parker thirty he.id of cat
Nothing much doing in tho horse
Veal calves were selling as high ns
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Govern mont reports show the steady
output of cob I during thn last ten
yearn has made the dealers push (or
wider marketH, We are going to get
moro tirade your trade by giving
vou n greater value (or your raone.y,
You will nnvor get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything in building material, don't fail to get our prices before buying,
We will give you the same quality for less money, or better quality for the
same money. We are building our business with that reputation.
We have as near a complete stock as you cjn fiud, anil can load a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Gift our price and you will leave your order.
Tlw Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Llmostone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
, A. A. MuLauoui.W. L. N. Bkman.
BIG 3 IN STOCK OF
Stock is ery low, but some bargains
are jet to bo had.
SUM. OHIO RIVUR LUMBER CO.
g FOUNTAIN PENS
Waterman, Coulclin and Holland. Fit yoiu hand nnd fit your nurse.
The best Fouutaiu Pen, Holder and Hottle
Self. filling and regular types
of Ink for $l. Satisfaction guaranteed. Start the Graduated with a good
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO. g
Special prepared paint $1.23 per gal
lon at HENDRIOKSON'fl.
DE00RATI0N AT SHANNON.
Saturday .funo Oth at 12:30 p, in.
Addresses" by Rovs. II. 0. H. Mnnn, 1.
I).; L. N, Thompson, J. W. Loos', nml
M. S. Clirkv
tjunrterly meeting .Saturday, June 0,
and Sunday 7.' Preaching by Rev. K. (1,
GET WIDOW'S PENSION OF $12.00.
Mrs. Mary A. fluy, an inmato of the
County iMfirmnry, Is one of tho happiest
women, in Mason County. Through
Major John Walsh she has received a
pension of $12 per month beginning
January 19th, 101-1, and arrearages on
her husband's pensloM.
Mrs. (luy is tho widow of prlatc
Lucien T. Ouy of Co. I, Sixteenth Ken
Threo days' trip to Mammoth Cave
for ll!.ir;. Juno 18. L. & N. jlS
Yesterday's rnlu. was merely n dust
settler here, but welcome ns the (lowers
Mr. Theodore Owens of tho Salem
neighborhood was a business visitor In
this city yesterday.
AH now designs in Wall Paper and
Rugs at HENDRICKSON'S.
Mr. .1. J. McMill.ui and daughter,
Miss Jennie Kate, of Dover, with Dr.
L. I). Smith nnd wife of Peebles, Ohio,
driven by chaffeur Riggers of Dover,
were heio jesterdny aMil motored jmt
to Lexington and return on a sight-seo!-ing
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIC. It tones up tho
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely tho
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, livor and
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. "'KT
There will bo a euchro and lunch at
Eagles' Hall Tuesday night.
CHAMPS SHUT OUT BY THE
Chillicothe, Ohio, Juno 1. Sa'nford
nllowed only fivo scnttered hits today
and Mnysvillo shut tho Chumps out !
to 0. It was tho first white washing
the locals havo received this jcar.
Jnnhiga 12 3 45678 0
Maysille 112100 0 0 05
Chillicothe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Miss Tura Turner is Isiting friends
nt Poxport, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seniors accom.
pauied by Mrs. Schloss' mother, Mrs.
Mer, hnvo returned to their homo li
J'liiiauelplu.i; niter several weeks' stay
i this eitv.
SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT.
James Lewis faced Squire Hnuer on
the charge of being drunk' nnd was fined
Tho important feature of any trans
planter is tho valvo mechanism. Ex
amine the Improved. Tiger. The valvo
on this transplanter has a flat rubber
cut-on and l'j hoso that insures plenty
of water. The Tiger makes tho farmer
absolutely independent of the
weather.' He scts his tobacco when
he gets his ground ready and it makes
uo dllloreiife whether the soil is dry
or moist. This liiachino was designed
primarily for the purpose of enabling
the farmer to transplant, irrespective
of beahonablo conditions. At tho samo
time, it is constructed 'to moke
planting more rapid and accurate. You
(au't go wiong in buying a Tiger. They
will "doliver the goods." If you are
too busy to come in, 'phbno us and we
will give you tho names of some ot
your neighbors who are delighted Tiger
S THEr S
5 SOLJARF nFAI. MAN. S
Mrs. Joseph Wells and Miss Elizabeth
? ricinini! han returned liumn .from Vow-
r ersville, whero they attended the fu
neral of Miss Hoey Cortey.
Attorney K L. Worthington of Mays
ville, wis the gue of his sister, Airs.
William Itemliiqton, on Eighth street
this wrtek , I'aVir Ivetituekl.in-Cltien.
Mrs. W. G. Lewis,aud Aiughtor, Anna
this cily after bc oral, mont lis' trip in
Mr". Ben 1 Williams of Qcrmantowu
was looking over the stock oil Market
htrnot esterdav. Bc'.i knows jjood
The Hendricksqn Paint Co.,
G2 W. SECOND ST., AND 204sSUTTON ST.
IT'S COUNTY ATTORNEY BEES
lllattory Resigns to Oo Higher Pro
ceedings of Yesterday's Session of
Mason County Court. '
Mason County Court convened yoster-
his honor Judgo v. II. Itieo, prtf.
Onlercd that tho sCttlcmcntH filed at
rlnst term of court, which samo laid
jr until this term for oxcopticas, bo
It tlie.Hiitjio is hereby confirmed and
tirdored that the following settlc-
hts this day produced in court be
It mid tmmo lio over until next term
fourt for exceptions:,
Lbcrt Wyatt, estate, i by J. M. Col.
liim, Adrtrr, (final settlement.
Elira J. Gois, estate, by W. E. Lane,
Admr,, Bnal gettlcment.
Thomas G. Urough, estate, Sarah
Brough, guardinM, final settlement.
John Price, ostnte, by W. B. Qrant,
Admr., final settlement.
Jas. H. II. Hiatt School Pund, S. T
Pollltt, Trustee, finul settlement.
County Attoruoy Thomas 1). Slnttery
offered his resignation as C6unty" At
torney of Muson County, which wJtf ac
cepted uhd placed on filo.
, Tho court Jllled the" vncauey by ap
pointing City Attorney W. II. Betvs. for
theunoxplred term. , ,
flomihu turtle soup tonight -nt-Krimk
S YKm WBEKfnKES
fAll kitids of ERESH VEGETABLES.
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Now is tho time to do your wall papering and
painting. Come in. We can show you just what 3
you need. We have a full lino of Willi Papers,
Paints, Enamels, Etc. Seoour line before buyin. S
CRANE & SHAFER, B
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Kr-MUINH-452. COX BU LDING. B
D. HECHXNGER, & CO.
VlaysvillD'3 Best Clothing and Man's and Boys' Shoo Store.
AID A GENTLEMAN WELL VERSED IN MERCHANDISE VALEFri:
"I believe that Maysvillo Merchants give better values for less monuy than auy
town or city I ever was in." Considering that last Saturday's vigors to our
city were not as numerom as the average Saturday crowd wo believe our merchants en
joyed a good days busin- -is. Our Storo was thronged a big portion of tho day. The
weather is right for the splondid stock of Hot Weather Clothes and Furnishing
Goods our House is well xtoekud. First aud foremost is our immense stock of "PALM
BEACH" Suits and extivi pants, wonderful garments for hot weather and quito inex
pensive Cooio in and Ik ih show them to you.
E) HTJESaaHSTG-EIIR, c&, CO.
Dr. W. (I. Hunter is a Republic m
candidate for Seirite.
Mis nic.iuor Hunter has returned to
The Ilcurd of the. City M-nimu will
meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
lion. T l.St.Utei left foi Wnsluii''
her Inline in this city after visiting in ton yiMtent.iy to preiire for Ins ap
Cincin'i.iti. I p tinent as District Attorney
Mr and Mrs. Cthelbert Dayton who
li.ne been Msiting relatives and friends
in Kentiichv for a luoMth were guests
Mond'iy of .1 L. McDowell and family,
leaMiig this morning for their home at
"Hilly'' Sunday spoke at Lexington
Hon. V. II. Cn' of Louisville was in
Highland Linen Box Paper pink,
blue and grey 25c. J. T. Kackloy & Co.
Miss Mtiry U. Richeson, Librarian,
l.'is returned from Louisville.
Miss Sue Hunter has returned from a
isit to Maysville. Her father accom
panied her to P.irjs anil is a guest nt
Mr. nMd Mrs. .Inhu Towles. Paris Deni
Miss Hliznbctli Houston Harbour, who
Is nil nt the home of her parents. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oeorgo T. Harbour, in Wall
street, with a mild en so of scarlet fever
is uiiicli improved.
BIO REAL ESTATE DEAL.
Mr. S.iiu V. King of Forest avenue
bought all tho real estate, consisting
of six hoiihcs nnd lots, of "v7. II. Mearns
aro mado with 30 uer cent, warn re-inforcement at tho center of tho body, and the ends are laced with very heavy cords. These
features In connection with the use of high grade yarn, and dyes to gether with groat caro in every detail of manufacture, give Vudor
Ro-inforced Hammocks extraordinary durability (about twice that of ordinary Hammocks).
Length extended in use 80 inches, width extended in use 38 inches.
We have only asfew left and are closing them out at greatly leduced prices.
WOMAN'S OLUB MEETING.
There will bo a called meeting of the
Woman's Club at the Public Library
Thursday evening at S o'clock.
POLICE COURT DOCKET.
Judge Whitakor moved back in bis
ollico which hud been remodeled, paint
ed nud refurnished a'ad it is now one of
the handsomest court rooms in this sec
lion of the State. Tho judgo dispenses
with tho usual ovou-handed graco ti'au
John Darnell, bootlegging, got 5.50.
Hertio Hughes, colored, disorderly
lloiiii Green, colored, disorcdrly con
duet, $1 and costs.
Fred Cooper, drunk, ffi.fiO.
William Hoops, drunk, $0.50.
E. W. McOlanahan, Prominent Bracken
County Farmer Commits Suicide.
Augusta, Ky., Juno 1. Edward W.
McClnnnhnn, aged fifty.thrco years, llv
ing at Horli'n, this county, vonded his
life Sunday morning by hanging. him
solf. Ho was ono of tho lending 'Republi
cans of Bracken County, having sorved
as county chairman u number of terms.
He served twelve year in tho Unltod
States Rovi'auo Service
Needles Will Fly
through these pretty cotton dross goods, for women who have
postponed sowing find hot weather has arrived and found them
unprepared. We aro told we have the prettiest and most com
plete summer dress goods stock in town at 10c to $1.25. Suppose
you do sorao shopping and decide for yourself.
Lowered Prices on Silk Dresses
Now York styles with every variation of the puff, tunic.
Each dress has a dainty touch of line lace or net, aud all
the bodices are lined with silk mull or net. Sizes 31 to 44.
Twenty-Hvo per cent, reduction on theso attractive dresses,
makes buying easy. Sizes are incomplete in each group but all
aro included at $12.50 to $29.00.
Miss Florence Rogers witnessed Hie
great auto speed contest Saturday at
j hirijannpolis, I ml.
Tho chargo against Dr. Winters for
murdering his daughter, Catherine, has
Hiillnpsed at New Castle, 1ml.
Heokham has opened Senatorial head
quarters in Louisville nt tho Seolbnch.
Mr. M. C. Kirk has returned from a
threo weeks' stay at Martinsville, Ind.
Ho roports that Mr, Edward M. Smith
is improving uicqly.
Tho will of Miss Ora H.itemnu, de
ceased was produced in court and nd
mitted to probate. Samo being proven
by Oeorgo W. Adair a'.ul -Inhu L.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
Wo havo a fine assortment of luin.
ber for sale. Houso and baru patterns,
Jlooring, siding, etc.
THOROUQIIMAN & IIAMRICK.
Ohio State League.
Lexington, 3; Nowport, 3, CaUod
in fifth inning; darkness.
Mnysvillo, 5 Chillicothe, 04
Portsmouth, 2; 1 ronton, 1,
ChnrlcstwM-IIuntington, wet grounds.
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The HOT WEATHER
We expected it and prepared for it while the snow was on the ground.
Here you will find a complete line of cool goods for hot weather.
Summer-Weight Underwear, Low Neck Shirtwaists,
Cool Gowns, Comfortable Kimonas, Thin Hosiery.,
White Ratine Skirts, Dainty Tub Dresses, White
Canvass Oxfords, Fans, etc., etc.
THIS IS THE COOLEST STORE IN MAYSVILLE, with plenty
of fresh air circulated by revolvinj? electric fans.
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