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And Everything in
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
DINGER & FREUND
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B VivSFFoai.Kmu-uVi MAYSVILIiB, ICY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 101 U. OiVJS COPY-ONE CENT.
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My." THBt'VB WON A GAME. VAff. MSi
ft "What la this noise that shakes the world wifllfe ' IS H nttMiHrafl
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THBf'Vi: WON A GAME.
"What la this noise that shaken the world?
Why are the battle flags unfurled?
Why march with tramp of myriad feet
Processions down each busy street?
lias some new cooqueror come to fame?
Well, yes, Maysville has woo a game;
Honest, they did,
It's so, do kid,
Thei've won, they've won,
THEY'VE WON A GAUE.
&Uaa Llda Berry will resume bar music
class at her residence, 210 West Second Btreet,
ou Taeaday, September 3d.
Bprn Destroyed By Lightning
.-K largo barn and stable situated on the Shel
ton farm back of Aberdeen was struck by
lightning last night or early this morning nnd
the fire that followed destroyed the boildlng
and a large quantity of farmiog Implements,
vehicles and several head of live stock.
The losa will reach $1,500, partly Insured.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of con I during the last few
years has made the dealers pubu for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value lor your money.
You will never get out ol debt unices
you buy wisely.
MAYSV1LLE COAL CO.
.Sir When needing dental work call on Cartmel
A COTTAGE OR A MAMSIONI
A SINGLE BOARD OR A
A Door at a dollar or one at twenty. Oar ability to handle an order of
either description Is the saino and the treatment accorded tho customer
for either Is the same. We are experienced in the retail lumber buai-
nets and will treat you rleh.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STItE'KT, NKAU 3KOON1).
-S When Your Tools 1
tSBfiw Need.Grindtafl j
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 ati outfit of
Tools and Cutlery
you are 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 with less attention
than the ordinary namclesu kinds.
A LOT of FINE
For canning and preserving this week.
Fine Crab Apples for jelly.
Call Phone 230.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
J. G CABLISH
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
The best that can be bad. Come nnd inspect our stork
and tell us your requirements. It will bn n plenHiiro for
us to explain the quality and suggpst the bent for your
purpose. Wo will save you money. A trial ami you will
bo convinced. Our stock is complete and your order filled
in haste. In the heart of the citv,
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. Phone 519.
Agonts for Deering Machinery. - Maysvillc, Ky.
A. A. MufiAUGIIIilN.
I.. N. HUMAN.
' "ULOUWVShY UOUlt"
POWER & DAULTON
Ur. Crosby Harney has returned from a short
trip to Cincinnati.
Mr. Charles Wetzel of the Hast Had left
Tuesday for a visit In Indianapolis.
Mrs. Hello Anderson left Saturday for her
home at Melbourne, after a pleasant visit of
five weeks to Mrs. Lizzie Anderson. Dover
The Uanka will all close next Monday on
account of Labor Day.
Mr. Albert Capronl of this city la using his
auto to carry passengers to and from tbe Ger
Suos Toachor For Whipping Him
At Frankfort charging his school teacher,
Miss Carrie Wigglnton, with whipping him un
mercifully, Robin Houcher, 11 years old, Tiled
suit for $500 damages.
The Square Deal Man.
Funeral of Miss Irene Kehoo
The funeral of Miss Irene U. Kehoo, eldest
child of lion. J. N. Kehne, was held at St.
1'atrick'a Church this morning at 9 o'clock,
Rev. Father Kavanaugb of St. Rose of Lima
Church, Msyslick, having charge of the most
Ihi-re wta a great outpouring of distressed
relatives nnd friends at the church to listen to
Father Kavanaugh's words and pay silent trib
ute to the memory of a most estimable? young
Tbo floral offerings were very beautiful.
Tbe interment took place nt 10:30 o'clock in
tbe .Washington Cathollo Cemetery.
Among the numerous rolatives present from
a distance were tbe following Mrs. Mary
Nlcol, Miss Theodore Haraban of Chicago, III.;
Ur. and Mrs. J. F. Teiberman, Mlsi Nora Kelley
of Cincinnati; Misses Hums o' Covington; Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Leziogton; Ur.
Tbomaa Kehoe of Knozville, Tenn.; Dr. Henry
C. Kehoo of Flemingaburg.
Owing to a mistake in the arrival of lumber
for the new Central Tobacco Warehouse, which
Is being erected between Loxlngton and Poplar
streets, work for (bid week has been slack.
Tbo finishing material arrived, instead of tbe
actual material needed.
Doings at Dover
A big general co-operative atore may be
started at Dover.
Tbero will be 10,000 cans of tomitoes put
op this season by tbe D.vrr ctnnery.
Sampson's restaurant was broken Into again
Monday nigh. Loss, 8) cents and soma min
iiud Johnson, colored, was slashed across
tbo throat by another "eoorrinowo aa "Cheat"
psr Yellow paper school tablets and pencils
J. T. Kacklbv & Co.'s
Mason-Bracken Association Began
Four Day3' Show Yos-
Yesterday was the opening day of the Ger
mantown Fair and an average crowd was Id
The first day was dtvoted to sheep, swlno,
cattle and mules, nearly a hundred promlurxa
alono being devoted to this diss of stock.
Tbe entries this year-are said to be as fine as
ever ezhibited, especially the eboep entries,
which are away above the usual as to class and
Today, Thursday, Is Kentucky horso day;
saddle and harness horses, mares and geldings
combining to make a superb exhibition.
LOCAL SHOW 13 KB: COO LEU
TilUHSDAY; FAIR FltlDAY.
The Audubon Transportation Company will
deliver dally at your door Illuo Lick Watur In
any quantity fresh from tbo well. Rlog
Mr. Den. F. Kldwell of tbo revenue service
has quit and gone to Ewlng, where he will
toach school tbo coming winter. Mr. Oicsr
Grlgaby is taking his place at tho dlstlllefy.
Thomas Foley Wins Stato Fair Trip
Tbomaa Foley, Senior student of Minerva
UIgh School, has been awarded froe trip to
Kentucky State Fair by Commissioner J. W.
Newman. Kach county to the state Is entitled
to one representative.
Here aro a few of our most popular brands:
10c Freeman's, Wood. tdo Violet mill Valley Violet.
150-ColKate's. Williams'. Ornvos'. Wllbert's Carnation, Lotni',
Mondow Violet, Cashmere Iiouiiiot and Coliratc'a Ilactylla.
UOo Wllbcrt'n Violet. larRO.
ane Wtlbert'H Violet in pound canH, ltlvcrin', Johnson & John
son' Nursery Violet, extra larKOj l'altnor', Colgate', Monad Violet,
Jlobsoii'H Anti-Skcctcr and Wilbert'ri Queen Quality.
M. F. WILLIAMS & GO,
"Big Drugstore With
tho Little Prico."
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WE TAKE PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR
la now ready for your inspection. As heretofore, we ncain are prepared to show you the ruostup-to-
tkte clothing for men, boys and children that tho leading manufactures produce for this coming fall and
During tho continuation of warm weather the price reductions on all of Light Weight Clothin?
continues $10.50 to $10.50 "CASH" buys Boys' 8uits, worth and sold from $15to$28.50. Buy your sKbes
here; every pair warranted. The only Bhoe dealers in the state that warrant nil their shoes to give reason
able etisfaction. See tho Trunk and Bag display in our West window, the biggest assortment and lowest
prices, quality ennsi teml, in Mayavillfi.
D. HECHINGER 8c CO.
Mnysvillo's Loading Clothing and
The Fleming County Teacher's Institute Is In
session at Flomlngsburg.
Cincinnati's classy youog men's tailor is at
tbo New Central Hotel today with a full line
of nifty styles and patterns for you to select
Tub Puumc Ledger thanks Secretary Dent
for two season press tickets to the State Fair
Farm demonstrators from the Foleral De
pigment of Agriculture will be stationed in
ten counties In Kentucky next year.
Miss May Fristoe is confined to her home In
Wood Btreet with a sovere cold.
Mlsa Adole Wetzel of this city and cousin,
Miss Sarah Wetzel of Wilmore, Ky., composed
a box party at the ball game yesterday aa the
guests of Miss Almeida fluff.
AT HALF "
PRICE 0 LES:
DR. W. H. W. OUTTEN
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Ulss LucliU Murphy has returned from
Little Miss Cecelia Dcwney Is visiting at tho
borne of Mr. Ed Flnnlgan at Covington.
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Mlsa Elizabeth Conley of Louisville Is the
gout of tbe Misses Downey of East Second
Mrs. 0. M. Sutterfield and her guest, Mrs.
Wollla Sutterfield of Harrodsburg, spent Sun
day In Aberdeen.
Mrs. William Gable and4 daughter, Mildred
May, of BolloTOO.are visiting Mrs. John T. Smith
of Forest avenue.
Ur. and Mrs. William T. Kirk or Crelghton,
Neb., are viiltlog relatives and friends In
Maysrille and Mason county.
iir. and Mri. Jacob Cabllsb, Sr , of East
Second street, will leave tomorrow for Charles
ton, W. Va., to attend the bedside of the for
mai'tf brother, Mr, John Cablisb.
Miss Lula Used arrived borne yesterday from
Washington, D. C.
Miss Francis Hull, who ia vieitlng relatives
in Nortbfork, will return home Saturday.
Miss llertha Miller of Lexington is here, the
guest of Mrs. Eugene Merz of Market street.
Mrs. E. H. Reed of tbe county Is visiting
her eon, Mr. C. F. Heed of West Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Klneler and children
have returued home, after a visit to relatives
Mra. Louis Campbell and children of Aber
deen are tbe guests of her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. William Dawson of William atreot.
Hon. W. II. Cox, Mrs. Cox, Miss Tebble Far
row and Itov. J. II. Fielding returnud home
yesterday from their auto tour through Canada.
Mr. George llelser of West Second street
returned to this city Tuesday, after a montb'a
pleasure trip, sightseeing in Indianapolis and
Mr. Louis Pelham, Mr. Charles Mitchell,
Mrs. Emma Parry and Miss June I'elbara left
yesterday In tbe launch "Grace I)," for a two
woeya' water tour on tbo Kentucky Hlver,
going above Frankfort. They are e!l equipped
and have a completo houseboat, towed by their
For the Old Reliable
GERMANTOWN FAIR I
.can meet your requirements with tho nlccsf lot of SPECIALS
fpr. lunches in tho town,
Ulma, F. Omtmu, Shmlleil Nuts.
M3t ; ii rrn & conrad.
Killed in a Runaway Accident
Tuesday Near Plum-
Dr. William Henry Wndsworth Out
ten, a well-known dentist of i'lum
ville, lost his life Tuesday as tho re
sult of a runaway accident.
Tho doctor was in a buggy with Mr.
John Cox and sou, and in going down
tho hill near 1'lumvillo the backing
strop ct the harness broke and tho
horso began viciously kicking, finally
dashing down tho steep hill, upset
ting tho vehicle and throwing all three
All were moro or Icbs injured, but
Dr. Outten had his hip and arm
broken nnd ho was terribly hurt in
ternally, his death resulting at 9
o'clock Tuesday night,
Deceased was G3 yeare old and
leaves four daughters and ono son as
follows: Mrs. Leo Weaver, Misses
Valeria, Ethel, Mrs, Sherman Stur
gill of Greenup and Hobert Outtenf
Dr, Outten was well known to
Maysvillo people and was a half
brother of W. 0, Outten of this city.
His funeral took placo at tho 1'lum
villo New Light Church, of which he
was a member, ltev, Thomas Glas
cock of Ohio having charge of theeer-
vices at 11 o'clock this morning.
S25 Suits for Women and Misses $12.50.
$20 Suits for Women and Missea $10.
These include white, navy and black serge, also tau
nnd gray fancies. Every suit stamped 191 2.
Swiss nnd Lace Curtains that have gotten soiled
from use in display. Only one or at most two pairs ol
$1.50 Curtains 50c a pair. $2 Curtains 75c pnir.
Cream Madras Curtains with silk or gilt stripes.
Fringed edge. In perfect condition. $2 and $2.50 Cur
tains 98c pair.
$5 Portieres $2.50. 3.50 Portieres $1.75. Hand
some damask, blue, red or green. Heavy fringe top and
bottom. $3.50 Rope Portieres $1.75. 3 Rope Portieres
$f.50. For double doors.
$4 Damask Table Covers $2. Heavy fringe all
nround. Two yards square.
75c White Lace Veils 39c. The $1 Veils 50c.
$6 Black Voile Skirts $3.
50c Corset Covers 25c.
$4 White Shirtwaists $2.
$1.50 Muslin Petticoats 75c.
50c Embroidery 25c yard.
25c Dotted Swiss 1 2jc yard.
20c Figured Madras 10c yard.
10c Colored Seaming Braid 5c bolt.
25c Lace Stockings for women and children I2c,
20c French Jnconet 10c yard.
40c Silk Mull 190 yard.
ioc Lawns 5c yard.
$3 Redlern Corsets $li.
$1 White Shirts for men 35c.
50c Jeweled Bandaux 25c. ..
25c Shell Barrettes ioc.
JZ&Now Is the tlmo to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden.'Klmestone street.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Whlttlngton and family
returned home Monday, nfter a pleasant visit
at Stanford, Ky., whera they attended tho fair.
They Sundayed at Crab Orchard, Ky.
.SrSmoke Masonlan and La Toaca, G centa
Mrs. Conard Schwed of Newport, Ky., Mrs.
Jacob Scroff and daughter, Itutb, and Mrs.
Elisabeth Kapps, of Cincinnati, are the pleasant
guosts of tbe letter's sister, Mrs. J. C. Cabllsb,
Sr., of East Maysville.
Mrs. Hichard Lee Mannen of New York City
is expected to arrive here Monday for a visit
to her cousin, Mrs. Mary Leo Form a a of near
Washington. Mrs. Mannen aa a young girl
and matron was well known In Kentucky
$1 worth Stamps F
Saturday will be Red Letter Day.
Last sale of the season. Read to
morrow's paper for some bargains
with Double Stamps.
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