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MAYSVILLE, ICY., MONDAY, MAY 17, 1909.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Then, later on, there cones to htm
A very common question;
lie wooden how it was that he
Mr. Henry Tolle of Huntington, W. Va., waa
tore yesterday visiting relatives. He waa un
fortunate in losing his pocketbuok containing
money and return ticket on the train at some
point between Concord and thia city.
Jee Rosa, colored, drunk and parading in the
-vicinity of Short street with a knife, evidently
looking for trouble, got what was coming to
him Saturday he waa pretty badly beaten op,
but no more than waa his due, from his conduct.
Will soon bo here, and it
you aro thinking of build
ing or doing any repairs
rcrucmbcrwo havo on hands
at all times
SAND, PORTLAND CEMENT,
IVORY and WOOD FIBER
Also lmndio Plymouth and
Gb.artcr.Oak Coal. Wo aro
prepared to givo yon qulolc
service. Send usyourordcrs.
Maysville Coal Co
Following is a List of the
That Have Entered in the Champion- S&j
ship Races to Take Place at the
During DERBY WEEK,
MONDAY, MAY 17
"i'ony Joe" Altmau, Cincinnati, 0. "Pony Joe"
is holder of the world's record and has a mark of 2:44.
Joe Springer, Madison Square Kink, New York,
Joe Aton, champion of Indiana.
Joe BeOerino. the little Italian champion.
Charles Kremser, Milwaukee, Wis.
Sam Haines, St. Louis, Mo.
John Turner, Kansas City, Mo.
Hans Meyer, Cincinnati, 0.
Rodney Peters, St. Louis, Mo.
Midge Sherman, Chicago, 111.
E. By bee, Portsmouth, 0.
. Will Wylie, Pittsburgh, Pa.
THE ENTRIES ARE FREE TO ALL.
Send in Your Name to
L W. WASTELL,
Tho City Council of Lebanon has offered $fiO
reward for tho arrest and conviction of the
persons who placed the body of an infant
found dead in the outskirts of the city.
- 1901 Old Timo Whisky
At 75 cents; bottled in bond, full quart.
At Dlener's Place, 20S Market street
' Park's Hill Assembly begins the flrat Thurs
day in August and continues for ten days.
High class moving pictures and illustrated
songs. One change of pictures daily. Mati
nees every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Open at 6:30 p. m. Admission 5 cents.
The Disciples of Christ, . baking great
arrangements for colebra-tlngbe ope hundredth
anniversary of the glaoog of the great re
formation begun by Aloxander Campbell, Barton
W. Stone, John Smith and others, The National
meeting' will be held 'at Pittsburgh In October,
but in September a great gathering will be
held at Lexington.
Your attention is called to the add of Bris-
bola & Diener in today's issue. Beginning
Wednesday, May 19th, to 29th, thoy will have
on display the famous Sanitairc Iron Beds
On the afternoon of the 29th, one of these
beds will be given away. It will pay you to
investigate and learn how they organize a
PURE SEED DIRECT FROM TENNESSEE.
"Big Head" Southern German Milieu Seed.
M. C. Russell Co.
Jgy Cartmell extracts teeth wlthoat pata-
Elder Record of Lexington has been ca-Ikd .
to the Pastorate of theEwlng Christian Church-'
and has accepted.
44 All Ready to Put OnV
That's the way to buy a suit of clothes, provided you can bo fitted properly. When you come into the "Hcchinger Shop," we will under
take to fit you and we will succeed because our garments are made in many different sizes and shapes, so as to provide for the satisfaction of men
of all builds, the short, the tall, the fat and the lean. Add to a pleasing fit an up-to-date cut and trim, a superior quality of fabric and workman
ship, and you have tho Hechinger Clothes for Men, Young Men, Boys and Juveniles truly described. All of our different departments are.atocked
with only the best, clean, up-to-date merchandise. '
Panama, Straw, soft and stiff, in all the new blocks and colors. Haberdashery In this department we show only exclusive wear. See oar
Shoes for Men and Boys.
We guarantee our shoes, and with the kind of shoes that we can safely guarantee has placed us in the enviable position of selling the "Good
Shoes" of Maysville. Our Shoe Department is always kept in such shape that we can please and fit any one in all styles of leather and colors in
either High or Oxford.
id. i-ii-iaKciisrca-isiR. &.
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arPoat Card Album and 24 Souvenir Cards,
60 cents, at Sallie Wood's Drugstore.
Governor Willson received an invitation from
Utica, N. Y., inviting him to be present at a
banquet to be given io that city May 22d in
honor of Vice Preaidnnt Sherman.
50-Pianola player pianos at Gerbrich's.
Cincinnati pork packers have decided to test
the constitutionality of the new Kentucky
law imposing a tax of 50 cents for every $100
worth of meat shipped Into Kentucky from
jSMonomentB 1 Murray & Thomas.
Last Thursday there were 1,312 cars of
coal, or 61,980 tons.-loaded in the New and
Kanawha river fields for shipment over the C.
and 0 , an Increase of 1,130 tons over the
loading of a week ago.
The new Christian Church at Ewing now has
3TBe wise. Now Is the time to use all pre
ventatives against typhoid fever. Screen your
house. Call up Maysville Manufacturing Com
pany. 'Phone 231.
Wasn't yesterday a
, Mr. Richard Wood of Washington, who has
boen a pationt in a College Hill Sanitarium,
Cincinnati, waa brought back home yesterday
in very feeble health.
Tho Maysville and Augusta baseball teams
crossed bats in an Interesting game at the
East End ball park Saturday afternoon, In
which the home boys won out by a score of 7
Sheriff James Mackey received a telegram
yesterday from Mr. T. B, Roberson, who was
called to Kansas City on account of the seri
ousness of his brother, James Roberson, whloh
stated that tho latter was much better.
KN1BHTS TEMPLAR, ATTENTION!
' ' All Sir Knights who are going to ABhland
arj requested to meet in the Asylum tonight
.-at 7:30 for the purpose of drill.
H. B. Owens, E. C.
R. Bissot, C. G.
Mr. James Dickson, a former resident of
Washington, dropped dead this morning on the
j)lke sear the home of Mr. Powell B. Ovens in
He was about 50 years of age.
Our Washington (Ky.) correspondent says
there was a heavy frost lost night.
David Skinner of this city and Mrs. Mattie
Clary of Ohio were married Saturday in the
County Clerk's office.
Saturday the Advisory Board of the Mason
County Fiscal Court awarded a contract to
the Champion Bridge and Structural Co. of
Wilmington, Ohio, for the placing of a fifty
foot steel bridgo overPummell Creek at a cost
of $685; also a thirty foot bridge over Bull
Creok for $300. Superintendent William
Sraoot says the same bridges bought last year
would have cost tho county at least $250 moro
than the present price. The bridges wore
purchased through Mr. A. E. Rankin of Au
gusta. MAYSVILLE GIRL
Graduates From Boston School of
Expression With High Honors
Miss Matilda Norrls of Maysville received
her diploma as a publio reader from the School
of Expression, Boston, on Thursday, Mjiy 13th',
when the graduation exercises were held in tho
afternoon, followed by a reception to the
graduating classes by the Trustees and teachers
This well known ech'ool is celebrating the
twenty-fifth anniversary of its establishment
as an independent institution'. During Its
quarter century of activity many noted artists
hava been graduated from Its classes in literary
an,d vocal art.
EYERY DAY. We are now receiving the finest Belec
.tiosa eft-ting to town, sv yor orders
ll'M'' '' MSTUKTON amu
Conectly Fashioned Apparel
At Reduced Prices
Your previous conception of bargains in Women's Suits will un
dergo a change when you inspect our offerings. Quantities are lim
ited, and the style range, of course, is incomplete, but, taken in its en
tirety, the assortment is varied enough to meet all r aasonable require
ments. Come as early as you can, as there is sure to be a big demand
for high-grade suits at these low prices.
Women's Tailor-Made Suits
In this season's most favored styles, colors and materials. i .
$20 SUITS $12. ... v.
$30 SUITS $17. V '
$35 SUITS $22
AT THESE REDUCED PRICES
BE MADE FOR ALTERATIONS.
A SMALL CHARGE WILL
a-Creighbaom, the Tailor, 102 West Sec
B. W. Trimble, one of the Editors of The
Mt. Sterling Advocate, let a cannon cracker
explode in his hand while tryiog to frighten
pigeons, nnd the member was seriously injured.
&Smoke Moquette Cigar, 10c. G. W.
Childi", maker. Best on the market.
Mistaken for a car thiof, Nat Nance, C. and
0. yard clerk at Russell, was shot and seriously
wounded last Friday by Detectlvo Waldron of
9$moke Uasonian, 10c cigar for 5 cents.
Berea College is making another appeal for
subscriptions to its adjustment fund. Rev. A.
E Thomson makes the statement that $13,000
is still needed to make up the $400,000 neces
sary to the establishment of Lincoln Institute.
You Are Safe
when you buy goods from
tho stores giving Globo
Stamps, because they are
Globe Stamp Go.
Remember, our reductions
Every Suit marked in plain figures,
free of charge and a fit guaranteed.
are real reductions.
As usual, alterations
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