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DINGER & FREUND
MAYSVILLE, KY TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 11)1 'J.
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In tbe weak eyes of young Mies Blngs
Choip jawelry lookeJ BWell;
Id fact, she wore to many rings
She ended herself a belli.
Willis Van Pelt, the accommodating jinltor
of. the Cox Building, la nursing a badly.spraln-
Ur. Horvf Nlckerson of the Breeze Amuso
, moDt Company left yesterday to accept a
position la Lexington,
.fliias Llda Berry will reaame her mualc
clasa at her residence, 215 West Second street,
on TaeBday, September 3d.
Mr, James Dawson baa the contract for the
concrete work to bo dono on the beautiful new
home of T. K. Valentine near Piumvllle.
jcWWIII resume my music class Tuesday,
September 3d, at ray residence Studio.
'Phone 14G W. Ella Mae Muttrnr.
A COTTAGE OR A MANSION!
A SINGLE BOARD OB A CARLOAD
A Door at a dollar or one at twenty. Our ability to handle an order of
either description la the same and the treatment accorded the customer
for either ia the same. We are experienced in tin retail lumber bust
nets and will treat you right.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
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you are always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Keen Kutter Tools are tempered for lasting edge and once sharpened
stay sharp indefinitely.
For the home they arc ideal, doiim better work wttli less attention
than the ordinary uainelcbu kinds.
A LOT of FINE
MAYSVILLE SHUT OUT
Frankfort Team Pulvorizes River
man and Cramer Pitches tho
Best Gamo of His Life
Score, 4 to 0
FBANKFORT, Ky Aoguit 2Cth Maysville
wai abut out by the Law
makers' today y the tcora
of 4 to 0.
A two-base bit In the ninth
Inning by Kunklo was the
only bit made today by Maya
villa, In which Cramer pitched tho beat came
rar aeen on tho local ground. That he la
ripe for higher company la certain by the
' manner In which he fooled tba Itlvermen, for
be itrnck oat thirteen. Ae Cramer did not
fciv; a base on balls, Kunkle wai the only man
Ct tORet on bases during the game.
Bchrauder pitched well for the visitor, but
la locals bit hard when men were on bases.
t ft wta not until the seventh Inning that a
icore was made.
v Nicholson atola hid 102 J base of tho aoaion.
The ecore aod aummary follow:
Uaysvllle. ..'., . ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Vraokfort ..0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 x4
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports Bhowthe steady
output of coal during the last few
years baa mado the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
j2 When needing dental work call onCartmel
ten Yoif Tools
! i5 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 Bcrea 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
Tools, and Cutlery
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Two-baae Hlta Kunkle. Struck Out Dy
Cramer 13, by Schrauder 4. 'Left on liases
Frankfort 2, Mayavllla 1. Stolen Bases
Nicholson. Sacrifico Hit Cramer. Sacrifice
Fly Flournoy. Time 1:32. Umpire Kelly.
Former Mason County Man to Wed
Mrs. John W. Cartmell and family of Mays
villa have received the following invitation
announcing tbe coining marriage of her
brother, Ur. Thomas II. Ilolton of Chicago, a
Uaaon county boy, born on Tuckahoo, and n
son of Ur. William L. Uoltop.
Thomas la one of Cblcago'a successful young
Tbe wedding announcement reads as fol
lows: Ur. Frederick Woodbury Uunson
requeata tbe honour of your presence
at tbe marriage of hla daughter
Ur. Thomas Hamilton Uolton
on the evening of Tueaday, tbe tenth of
September, ono thousand nine hundred and
twelve at half after eight o'olock
C342 Jefferson Avenue
In tbe City of Chicago
For the Old Reliable
GERM ANT OWN FAIR!
requirements with the nicest lot of SPECIALS
) for luuchea in tbe town.
Omtem, Shmllmti Nutm.
GEISEL & CONRAD
For canning and preserving this week.
Fine Crab Apples for jelly.
Call Phone 230.
The Quality Grocer. T
Masonic Temple Bldg. J-
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
The best Hint can be hod. Come mid inspect our slock
and tell us your requirements. It will lie u pleasnro for
us to explain tho quality nud eupgeBt the bent for your
purpose. We will save you money. A trinl and you will
bo convinced. Our stock isi complete and your order filled
in haste. In the binrt uf tho citv.
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. Phone 510.
Agents for Oeering Machinery. Maysvillc, Ky.
A. A. MuliAUOIItilN.
lire. Henry Gill continued eorlously 111 at ber
home in Wood etref'
Tho many friends of Ure. ltiley Galther will
be pleased to know that uhe continues to Im
prove at the home of her motbor in Wedonla.
The two-montba-old child of Mr. and Ura.
John C. Miller died early Monday morning,
and will bo burled this afternoon at Ito'cloc k
Rev. and Ur. R. Itolfe Cnmba left this
morning for a week's vl?it with relatives nt
Richmond, Ky., and from there thoy will go to
the bdluiI conference of tho U. r'. Church,
South, which meotfl at Danville on Septomber
4th. Hla year's work Id Btat Mayavllla has
been In ovary way successful and the Church
hopes for his return.
The Audubon Transportation Company will
deliver dally at your door blue Lick Water In
any fj'iantlty fresh from tho well. Ring
MISS IRENE KEHOE
The Gates of Paradise Opon Wide
and Angels Welcomo Gentlo
Spirit to Its Eternal Homo
"God touched hor and aba slept'
Death at any time or at any age is too aad
to contemplate, but we havj always thought
that tbe Grim Keaper'tf vUit to the home and
the Death Angel's calling henco of a young
girl, just blooming Into triumphant womanhood,
is the saddest of all tbinga that shocks the
mind and tries to the utmost tho Undereit
Former Congressman James N. Kehop, last
night about midnight, Buffered tbo lota of bis
daughter, Mlts Irene Uarie Kohoe, who passed
away at their country home, of consumption,
aiei 20 yeara last Saturday, August 2itb.
Ur. Kehoa closed bis palatial Mayavillo borne
and only a few weeks ago moved to tho coun
try, two miles from tbe city In tbe hope that
change of scene and air would benefit Irene,
but nothing Beamed to improve her condition
and the Insidious malady gradually sapped hor
vitality away until the end came, peacefully
to ber, but hoartbreaklog to her father
and ber brothers, sisters and relatives.
All wbo knew .his sweet young lady attest
her gentle and beautiful qualities, her cheery
smile and tbe heavenly resignation with which
she bore her Buffering and her eternal trust In
her blessed Savior.
Irene was reared in a homo Messed by
the (snderest of parental love and affection;
ber mother, Mrs. Hannah C. Keboe being
called away two yeara ago, leaving Irene the
head of tho house. Sbe was every part a
little woman until tbe ravages of disease pros
trated ber. She was born, reared and edu
cated mostly In Uaysvlllr, spending several
yeara of hor later life at Villa do Chantal
Academy at Hock Island, IP., where bdo grad
uated with high honor. She was tho light and
pride of her fatber'e home, and all wbo came
within tho radiance of her gontle voice and
smile wilt pay tribute to ber many charms of
body, mind end heart
Sbe waa a member of St. Patrick's Catholic
Cburcb of this city. Her remains were
brought from the country this morning and
taken to her father's residence la West Second
stroet, and the funeral will bo bold Thursday
rooming at 9 o'clock at St. Patrick's Churcb,
with aervicos by Rev. Father Kavanaugh of
Uaysllck. The Interment to be in St. Patrick's
Parish Cemetery at Washington.
Besides her father, Irene leaves two younger
brothers and two alsters, and many near rela
tives, among them being Mrs. Charles Reed, an
aunt, and Ur. Mark Keboe, an uncle, of Maya
villa, Dr. U. C, Keboe of Flomlngaburg, Ur.
W. C. Keboe and Ur, i, D. Keboo of Waablog
too, D. 0., ancles, and Ur. J. J. Fitzgerald of
Lexington and Mrs, Hugh F. Shannon of Chi
oagu, anotf. ' ,
( PARI TQI4
li. N. It KHAN.
POWER & DAULTON
M.S ILLi: KY.
Tho Glrla' Mission Hand of tho Central Pres
byterian Church wi'l hire a candy Bale Wed
nesdsy on tho lawn of IK D. l Franklin.
J. W. Piper Roturns to Maysvillo
Tho many friends of Mr J. W. Piper will be
pleased to knbw tint he, with his good family,
will, in the near future, return to Mayavllla aod
will make tbh ri y their home again. Ur.
Piper has accepted tbe position of superintend
ent with tho Mason Lumber Co. nf this city
and began his now po ition yiterday. Mr.
Piper Is on old band at tbo tiuslnegs and ono of
the best mechanics aid xt ilr b-illlers along tbo
Ohio R.ver, and his cnnnertiin nith this now
lumber rompiny la n good on, m they aro
proving themselves to bo lenders lu tho busi
ness and a going concern. Thy are now em
ploying a number of mo 1 and wo understand
that they have other pot tlon-i for first class
Not many but rare bargains in the few. Satin, taffeta and crepe meteor are the weaves. The colors
black, brown, cadet, navy, green. $25, value $35. $17.50f value $25. $15, value $22.50.
BLACK VOILE SKIRTS
Economical women will find these prices welcome. Values up to $7.50 for $2.98. Values up to
$12.50 for $5.
$3.50 SAILOR SUITS $2.50
White linene, blue collar and cuffs. Red rilk emblems on yoke and sleeve. Skirt yoke laced in back
with red silk tape, front panel has double row of pearl buttons and button-holes extending one-third length
of skirt. Sizes i 2 to 17 years. Quantity limited.
$5 MARQUISETTE DRESS PATTERNS $3.98
White and beautiful shades of pink, blue and reseda. Flounce and bands exquisitely embroidered.
No trimming required. Very fine quality marquisette. Two $12 Silk Marquisettes $7.50. One $10
The regular monthly business and social
mooting of the Kpworth League of the Third
Stroet M. K. Church will bo hold tomorrow,
Wednesday, evening at the home of Ur. and
Mrs. I. H. Kicbardsog In r'ast Second street.
All members and friends invited.
An immense stock of beautiful
patterns and only 10c yard.
Are cutting down the high price
of living. Why pay $1.50 or $2
for a shirt when you can get an
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MRS. SUE B. KATZ
Furthor Information Concerning
Death of Sistor of Mrs. D. P.
Mrs Sue D. Katz died at the Hospital for
Women of Maryland, Usltlmoro, Md.( August
24th, 1912, after twenty-two weeks Illness.
Dsath resulting from hardening of thearterlea.
She la survived by her husband, Moses Katz,
and two eons, Howard and Hdgar Katz, and
also by Mr. Paul GUscock of Mayaville, Mr.
James Clary of Flemlngsburg, Ky., Mr. Doug
las Clary of Iodlanapoiis, Ind , and Urp. M. P.
Gordon of Mt. Carmel, the above named being
brothereand alsters of deceased.
The remains wero brought to Mayaville by
ber busbnod and sons Sund y, 25th and inter
cd at Mt. Carmel Cetnotery. Dr. Wallor
Decoased married at Terro Uauto, Ind.,
Octobor lfitb, 1SS5, and lived since then In
Kisslmmee, Fia. She was a member of the
Presbyterian Church; ilso tbe U. D. C.
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3D- HEOHIISTGER &; CO.
WE TAKE PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR
la now roatly for your inspection. As heretofore, wc again are prepared to show you the niOBt up-to-(kte
clothing tor men, boys and children that the leading manufactures produce for this coming fall and
Durintjthe continuation of
continues $10.50 to $19.50 "CASH" buys Boys' Buits, worth and sold from $lClo$28.50. Buy your ehuvJ
here; every pair warranted. The only Bhoe dealers in the state that warrant all their shoes to give reason
able satisfaction. See the Trunk and Bag display in our West window,
priors, quality ronaiilerpil, in Maysville.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
i Moore Clavburn
Mr. Henry Moore of Flemlngsburg, formerly
of this city, and Miss Dertha Clayburn of
Fleming county, wore marriel here Sunday by
Hbv. J. K Heed.
Louis Vantlne, nlcknamod "Teddy," the
huatling delivery boy forJ.C. Cabllsb.tho Raat
God grocer, ia on the sick list. With Ellsworth
Cabllah and George Ilritton Jie Sundayed in
Charleston liottom, where the watermelons
grow, Nuff ced.
NO MAIL IN LOCK
BOXES ON SUNDAYS
Entiro Closing of all Postoffico
Work With Exception of Spec
ial Delivery Lottors
All first and second class Postofilces will be
closed on Sundays, na a result of one provision
Hero nro ft taw ofoiir most popular Drunla:
10c Freeman's, WooiUldo Violet anil Valley Violet.
1150 ColKftto'H, William', arnvcn, Wllbcrt'n CarniUlon, Ijotus',
Meadow Violet, Caaliincru itouqiiet and ColiriUe'H Dactills.
U()c Wllticrt'a Violet, larjje.
2Bc Wllliert'H Violet in pound eaiiH, Klveris', .Tnlmson .i John
pou'h Nursery Violet, eitra largo; Palmer's, Column', Mound Violet,
Hotuon'd Aiitl-Skectcr and U'lllicrt'H Queen (JiinUty.
warm weather the price reductions
p"Now is the time to buy your vt inter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone alreet.
Mr Charles Pollitt, who has been confined
to his home and under tbe doctor's caro is
very much improved and is able to be about
Mr. Herbert Costigan of Olympian Springe,
was in Maysville this morning and made Tub
Ledger offico a pleasant call. He aaya bus
iness is good in tbe town of Olympla and that
this la about tbe gayest season the Olympian
I Springs resort ever had.
Take life easy. Let the others do
the work. Why bother making
buy them at
50c to $5
All ready to put on and made bet
ter than home-made?
of the new postal appropriation bill passed by
Congress and signed by President Taft.
Every important city in the United States
Is affected. Hereafter only special delivery
letters will pass through on that day and no
mail will be placed in lock boxes.
'""Voetoflicea la several cities have been closed
on Sondaya heretofore.
Rev. Garrlott of Germantowo preached at
"Bin Drurjstore With
the Littlo Price."
on all of Light Weight Clothin
tho biggest assortment and lowest
Mnysvillo's Leading Clothing and
Sraoke Maaonlan and La Tosoa, Scents
Ur. Henry Welzel and family motored over
from their home at Wilmore, Ky., to tbis city
Sunday aod will be.the guesta of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Welzel of East Second street for
ALWAYS ASK FOR GO
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SCHATZUANN'S China 'IS
GLOBE STAMP Ss,
when you can