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The transportation wagons for the Orange
burg Consolidate Schools have arrived and aro
. now Blored In the warohouse at Drydon's coal
elevators. Anyone dealrloe to seo them may
do ao by calling there.
UovcruDiout reports Bliowtho steady
output ot coal during tbo last lew
years has tnudo the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trado by giving
yon a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unlesa
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
j0-When needing dental work call on Cartmel
A SINGLE BOARD OR A CARLOAD
A Door at a dollar or one at twenty. Our ability to handle an order of
either description la the aarae and tha treatment accorded the custoinor
for either Is the samp. Wo are experienced in the retail lumber bus!
nets and will troat you right.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STItKKT. NKAIt 3KCONI).
WtEM YOliF TOOlS
tl is but the work of a minute to sharpen a
chisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Kutter Grinditone.
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 oi
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Tools and Cutlery
you are always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
tveen turner iouis arc icmpcrcu tur lasting cujits uuu uuivaiiaifcucu
y snarp inueumiviy.
tlian the ordinary nameless kinds.
A LOT of FINE
j Mike Brown
The Square Deal Man.
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-MIS9rwpB-25 MAYSVILLE, KY VEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 191 ii.
KCr OlifilDr A fHIPC tlSpIendid
1R comu:cT- SaM
jaHHEi'"'. The men who eay flfltffifrltv 'fcYSl rVvJSSlHtba1
HRx'.', Hard work is sweet, l('WJXPTtu W MKdnm V
Hr Are those who live SfjXW ' ,oWS
P. 0" By "treaty 5 BSB
t ', ruiss Aliens Glascock 'will resume ber fe&S .-;j,' SsB
Bl(ifc'r,: 'muslo class September 3d.
B& ;; . w , . , u f LET UNCLE SAM
' Mr. Will Sproemberg left last night for a
SHPr.NVisIt to New York and othir Ewtern points. GIVE YOU THE FACTS
9k Mlia Lucille Egnew entertained yesterday
yk with a dinner party In honor of Miss Thompson
jRKgfe pSf'WIII resume my music elms Tuesday,
VnKeplenrboTSJ, at tny residence Studio.
jBE ' 'Phone 14GW. Klla Uae Muitntv.
For canning and preserving this week.
Fine Crab Apples for jelly.
Call Phone 230.
The Qualify Grocer. f PADI TCU
Masonic Temple Btdg. J V VrOjL10ira.
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
The best Hint can be lind. Come and inspect our stock
ami tell ub your requirements. It will ho n pleasure for
us to explain the quality and suggest the bent for your
purpose. We will suvo you money. A trial and you will
be convinced. Our stock is complete and your order filled
in baste. In the hmrt of the ritv.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. "' 'Phono 519.
Afjonts (or Ooering Machinery. Maysville, Ky.
, N. ItKIIAN.
POWER & DAULTON
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Convenes Noxt Monday Large
Equity and Common Law Docket
But No Folony Casos
lira. Frank Armstronz and interesting sou,
-! John, ore visiting relatives In Uilleratoru.
Ults Francla Thomas has returned home,
, after a delightful visit to Olympian Spring?.
Lira. Hall Strode has returned homo after
a delightful visit with ber parents in Lexington.
Urs. James Cbllda left Uonday for a visit
yto Urs, Richard Williams In Charleston, W.
Or. and Urr. W. II. Taulbee and family,
j , returned yesterday frum a visit to Sharps
' f. Lpuls Ilensker has returned to her
. home Id Columbus, 0., after a pleasant visit
ti'i"' here with ber mother and other relatives.
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Ur. and Urs, Walter Hackler and daughtor,
..Thelms, of Indianapolis, lad., are visiting their
tVbrolhtr, Ur. Frank 8. -Ulerley, and family of
U2ast Second street and relatives la Aberdeen.
Ur. Charles Huff ha returned from a visit
Ur. William Lafevur pat sod through this
city last evenioi; un route to his homo in Ut.
Urr. Ella Harney has returned to hor home
In this, city, after no eight weeks' stay In
Ulss Nancy Lsugblin arrived home yeater
day, after a two daya' visit with relatives in
Ura. Cordelia Wamsley of Portsmouth, 0., is
the pleasant gueat of Mrs. J. 11. Uryant of
Hast Second street.
Ulsa Louise Warder of Lexington Is the
guest of her uncle, Caihier II. C. Sharp of the
State National Bank
Ulsa Ermine llrunaon of South Carolina has
returned home, after a pleasant visit with Ur.
and Urs. George 1'ollltt.
Mrs. It. K. lloeflich and daughters, Uary
Esther and Edith, bare returued homa from
thoir trip to Ocean Vlow, Vo,
Urs. Druco Henderson and little daughter,
Virginia Oruce of Covington, are visiting Ur.
and Urs. Frank Smith ot Commerce atroot.
Tbo Ladles' Aid Socioty of the First Baptist
Church will meot this evening at 7:30 with
Urs. Dan Brown ot tbo East Rod.
fafinn nC'rV For ilie Old Reliable
Cl iClLJ I GERMAN? OWN FAIR!
liieet your requirements with the nicest lot of SPECIALS
'V: , for lunches In the towu.
Wi rL... Dfls. GhUmil Nut.
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Following is the docket of-tha Circuit Court,
September term, which convenes next Monday,
as given toTilE Li:tr,F.R by Circuit Clerk James
Mo'z Droe. vs. Urr. Alice LaBroe.
Wood Walllngford vr. Elward Tucker.
Uobert Brammer vr. Uary Brammcr.
Anna D. Osborne vi. Lewis B. Ojborne.
Uary F. Young vs. Charlos Young.
Uary Helm vs. Robert Helm.
Lydia Hyatt vs John Hyatt:
Gilbert Davenport vs. Emma Davenport.
Elbert Trister if. Lula f,lngenfelscr.
Ellld Horoback vr. Charles Hornback.
Clarenco Pago vs. Lotlie Pngp. (PlalnliiT
Kitty Tabor vr. Americus Tabor.
Union Trust Co. vs. A. W. EthelJ,&e.
Fannlo C. Ruggles vr. 1). I.. Chinn.
Margaret Brat vr. Pierce Ilet.
Jennlo U. .iegler vr. Arthur Ziegler.
Thomas Ualona vs. John Dloomhuir.
fiona Tucker vi. Con Tucker.
C. W. Wamsley'e Administrator vs. T, C.
Charles Daley, Administrator, vs. J. J. Line
Lucy Williams vr. Edward Williams.
Nannie Neal vr. Samuel Neal.
Carrie Tally vs. Preston Tully.
Edward King vr. Graco King.
Thomas Stevens vr. Anna U. Stevenr.
Paris Henson'a Administrator vr. Ella C.
D. W. Cobb vs. H. S. Cobb.
Lucy Wilson vs. Dorsoy Wilson.
Besslo Alexander vs. Jamos Alexander.
Edgar Carr vs. Eliza Dudley Carr.
John F. Grimes vs. Mary B. Grimes.
Bank of Kontucky vs. Gus A. Brookr.
Lawson B. Suit vs. Thomas Allen and als.
Sadie L. Rosi vr. Thomas II. Ross.
Besslo Alexander vs. Jamea Alexander.
Eva L. Brandy vr. Robert Braody.
William Jenkins vs. Uattle L. Jenkfnr.
Joseph Alexander vs. Ella U. Alexander.
II. P. Gault vs' W. P. Gaulfand als.
Union Trust Co. vr. II. G. Wells.
Salllo Tucker, onpetll'oi.
Uaysville Board of EJucatlon vs. J. W. Lee
Sarah Turner vr. Ida Applegate and als.
C. F. Bradberry, on petition.
Common Law Uaitt.
Wesley UcElfresh vs. Garrett Stewart.
A. Tomlin Co. Truitee vr. W. S. Tomlin.
Holland & CbaUley vr. Willis & Ualone.
Doyle & Co. vs. the same.
Cox & WelU vr. Wortblogton & Pollitt.
John U. Hunt vs. James Ireland,
Andrew Garrett vr. L. &. N. Railway.
U. F. Coughlin vr. James Ireland.
Farmora' and Traders' Bank vs. John II.
Meyers, Bank ot Ut. Olivet.
John U. Ilolliday vs. C. and 0. Railway.
James Marshall vs. George U. Allen.
American National Bank vs. Citizens' Stato
Bank of Dovor. I
T. J. Uurpby vs. W. II. Hord.
Kate L. Gravoa vr. C. and 0. Railway.
A. F. Curran vr. C and 0. Railway.
Uattle C. Curran vs. C. and 0, Railway.
Josephlno Reynolds vd. tha same.
R. C. Campbell vs. Olllo Frogge.
Ilagen Ratcllif Co, vs. Frederick Pharmao;.!
R. U. Lindsay w. James Alexander.
Ida UcDonald vs. Columbus Hughes' Admin
Park Davis Co. vs. Frederick Pharmaoy,
' Redpalh Chautauqua Co. n. Uajavllla
Commonwealth of Kentucky vr. C. and 0.
Railway, six su'ts.
Henry Blacku's Administrator vr. C. and 0.
George DoiI-y vi L. and N. Railway.
There are only two stato prisoners in the
Uason County Jo!'; therefore there aro prac
tically no cr'mlnal casee on the present
Await you to savo from ?2J to.$7i
on n now 1912 Suit which you can
wear tho year round. Wo have a
few in our windows on display, but
wo show qulto a range of patterns la
tbo store. If you aro willing "just
to look" eome tlmo, why not come In?
We would be so pleased to let you soe,
try them on and decide at your own
leisure, it you wish (9 take advantage
"of the saving In prices now during
the supposed quiet season, but wo
are glad to say business Is good
with us, due to the spoclal prices wo
aro now aiaklog on new 1912 Suits.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
And Everything In
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
DINGER & FREUD
FAIR AND WAItMEK TODAY
Tho Audubon Transportation Company will
deliver dally at your door Blue Lick Water In
any quantity fresh from tho well. Ring
Born, to Mr. and Urs. Julius Sharp of Wil
liams street, on Sunday morning at 8 o'clock,
a fine young daughter.
Hero aro a few or our most poputnr UrnnriA:
lOc rrecmaii'H, Wood.ldo Violet nml Vntloy Violet.
15c CoIkiuo'h, Williams', Grave'. Wllhcrt'A Cnrnation, Lotus',
Meadow Violet, CnRlimcrn Itouqiiot mill Colirnte'a Dactylls.
UOc-Wllliort'B Violet. IftrKe.
aso Wllljert'8 Vlnlct In pounil caiia, KlvcrU', JoIiiiroii & John
son'a Nursery Violet, extra InrKcj Palmer'a, Col,to'ii, Monad Violet',
llolnon'a Antl'Skecter nnd Wllliort'a Queen (Juallty.
WILLIAMS & GO. "Bla D'TtfZo.
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WE TAKE PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR
Urs. Uinnle Johnson nf Ut. Uilead was ad
judged of unsound mind and seut to tbo Lex
Tbo will of Miss Johanna Burke lodgod for
record, leaves hor ifl.f.OO ostato to her brothor,
and Administrator, John llurk', after $200 is
given to St. Patrick's Church and ?f00 other
btqueats are dojuctt-il.
Is now ready for your inspection. Aa heretofore, we again are prepared to show you the most up-to-ilUu
clothing (or men, hoys and children that the leading manufactures produce for this coming fall and
During the continuation of warm weather tho price reductions on all of Light Weight Clothing Ib',
nnnti.iiioa 10 T.H (n 1) Till " H A R 1 1 " linva Ttnva' Knilo wnrllt nnrt onl(t Irnrrt ir.tnOQ r.n Tint, vnxr ahnaa l'1
here; every pair warranted. The only shoe dealers in the state that warrnnt all their shoes to give reason
able satisfaction. See the Trunk and Dug display in our West window, the biggest assortment and lowest
prices, quality considered, in MavBville.
D. HECHINGEE, 8c CO.
Maysvillo's Leadino Clothing and
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pYellow pspr schnnl tablets andponcila
fio at J. T. Kacm.ky & Co3
Ur. and Urc. Albert I'erraut ot Logan, W.
Vs., are the guests of Urs. Goorgo Pollitt of
the East Endj
Ur. Horbert Costigan of Olympian Springs
Is the guost of his wife's parenlr, Ur. and Ura.
John Thoram of Hist Second street.
sfrNow is the timo to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestono stroet.
Ur. Aebby fiurgoyne, ono ot the popular
clorks at Georgo II. Frank and Co. 'a clothing
store, left yesterdsy to attend the Germantown
Jfl3moke Uasonlan and La Tosca, C cents
Estella Hamilton of Bracken county, a ward
in law of the Equitable Trust Co., of Dover has
been placed ip Uargaret College at Versailles,
Ky , Attorney Allen D. Cole takiog the young
lady there Monday.
Not many but rare bargains in the few. Satin, taffeta and crepe meteor are the weaves.
black, brown, cadet, navy, green. $25, value $35, $17.50, 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 $1.0
JET3L -J XM X SS
Ut? A. Fox Itfipesswas here from Frank
fort yesterday visiting his father, Colonel
Thomas A. Uespesp.
CrUIss I. Ma Berry will resume her music
class at her residence, 215 West Second street,
on Tuesday, September !M.
Ur. Cecil Sharp, son ot Ur. and Urs. Hamlet
C. Sharp of Market street, left yeaterday
morning for Hammond, Ind , where ho goes to
accept a position In the C. II. & D. offices, and
where tbo best wishes of his host of friends
Paris and Uaysville play here this afternoon
and a big crowd Is expected out.
Ulss Uabel Tolle, who has been confined to
ber homo In East Second street with a eevero
cold for tbo past few days, Is able to be out
ALWAYS ASK FOR GOOD
GLOBE STAMPS AT i
UERZBROSr - .
C. C. CALHOUN. - -.?
suhatzuann'S China Store
ninoc or a id n nn
UUUUK OIHRir UUq
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
Eagle at 85c?
Take life easy. Let the others do
the work. Why bother making
school dresses when you can
buy them at
50c to $5
All ready to put on and made bet
ter than home-made?
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