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EKp Boo this before buying. '
WU 31-0t It. A. CARS.
Square Deal Man's
A happy and prosperous 1914
to you all. We thank jou for
your patronage during the past
year and invite you to come
often and stay
years to come.
Yours for a BIG year,
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
FIBST DEATH FROM WHOOPING
Dora, aged 1 year, tho littlo daugh
ter of Samuel and Ethel Hamilton, suc
cumbed to an attack of wheopiug
cough last night at tho home of her
parents in East Front street.
Funoral this morning at 10 o'clock.
KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE CON
Tho 1014 session of tho Goneral As
sembly of Kentucky will begin in
Frankfort Tuesday, and will probably
remain in session until tho mlddlo of
March. Its statutory session is for
Blxty days, which does not include1
Sundays or holidays, and tho 112 ses
sion covered a period of soventy-one
Jtoproscntativo Stanley F. Bced left
for Frankfort Saturday to bo presont
at tho caucus and other preliminary
MRS. A. P. THOMPSON
Mother of Mrs. Charles M. 'Hancock
Dies at Cherry Fork, Ohio,
Mrs. A. P. Thompson, mother of Mrs.
Charles M. Hancock of Forest avenue,
this city, passed away Thursday after
noon, Jnnuary 1, at hor homo in Cherry
Fork, Ohio, after a long illness of
" bronchial affection and pneumonia.
bYJ ' Funeral services ami burial at Cherrj
Fork at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbarlos M. ilancock
and other relatives woro present at the
VERY FANCY APPLES!
dome to as for OBLKRY, QXSTER8, OANDY
and 6KANQE8. We are prepared to make yea
very law priM. FHK8H XXXX OeBfeetlMiK'e
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I MAY8VILLE, KENTUOPiY, MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1914. OH 0OPY-"ONI 0NT. I
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i(IVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
otiLCnut ot coal duritig too laBt low
yea& has made the dealers pash for
wiaN "jiarkets. We are going to get
rado your trade by Riving
vrter value for your money,
ever get out ol debt udIobb
ILLE GOAL CO.
Jlrl J. It. Davis of tho jounty had a
horo valued at $200 to dio ore day
Snow No. 7 fell yestchlay. The rfVy
was quito chilly, rain !nd snow and
MISS BAEBOUB GOES TO '
EDEN ON HUDSOlN."
Miss Frances Barbour leiVves on tho
noon train today for Pough'keepsie, N.
Y., whoro sho has accepted In position
as Instructor of French at "Glen Edeu
on Hudson." .
To Give Away 40 Pounds of 'Vaolden
Burley" Tobacco Seed This larg
est Loose Loaf Concern tin
Maysvillo to Help Farmers
It ia the Homo Tobacco Wnrohoufo Co
of Maysvillo that is to give awaV 40
pounds of ' Golden Burloy" fobWco
seed, froo to tha growers, nnd not I tho
Farmers Warehouse as Tho Lodger had
Tho Homo has sent to tho ExpoVl
ment Station at Lexington 40 pounds
of seed of tho "Stand Up Burloy,"
"Golden Loaf" variotv of tobacco t
bo cleaned especially for tbo farmors o
A samnlo half pound nackaco has
boon received by tho warehouse com
pany. It is estimated that there nro 2,125,
000 seed in tho Vj ptfund package.
At tho estimate, in tho 40 pounds
thoro aro 170,000,000 seed,- enough to
raiso plants for four h,undrod thousand
acres or $10,000,000 wtith of tobacco.
This is a great thinj or tho far
mers of Mason County and a fino
thought of tho Home Warehouse.
ThoLTerfoYouaHappy New Yczt
1918 has finally boundod into Father Time's great volume of days-tbat-nre-past.
We want to say our thauk you and good wishes across its
closing pages. For the favors you bavo shown us we are sincerely grateful.
May your book of the days-that-are-to-come be a continuous record of
health, happinesa and increasing prosperity,
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
gauu. LEADERS -kSS3
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. phono 519. MAVSV8LUHE, KY,
A. A. MoLAUonuN. L. N. Bkhan.
DI1T VHIID PHDKTMAv: IMAMCV Ill a MM
rUI IUU1 Ij.llUOllTIrtO ITIUHLI IH AH
J. T- KAOKL
DAUGHTERS Or CONFEDERACY
Tho Dnughtors of( tho Confodorncy
will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. Joseph F.
I'errio in East Third street.
TO CLOVER CLUB MEMBERS.
This is tho last day of grace to mem
bers of tho Mason County Clovor Club
in which to deposit checks for clover
A. M. CASEY, County Agent.
MEETING OF W. C. T. U.
Tho regular monthly mooting of tho
W. C. T. U. will bo held this afternoon
nt II o'clock at the homo of tho Pres
ident, Mrs. O. .1. Womblo, i:i!l West
Second street. All visiting W -C. T.
U.'s nro iiuited to be present.
HAPPY NEW YEAR SHERIFF
Col. John H. Clark stops in as High
Sheriff of Mason County today, sue
ceeding Sheriff W. H. Mackoy.
Mr. Clark's deputies are the piesont
Deputy Miko Brown, and G. W Lay
cock, of Dover.
All tho other county oiltcials tHKo
THE ERNEST GAMBLE RECITAL
Saturday night a largo audience wns
highly dolightud with tho musicnlo and
recital of tho "Ernest Gamble Concert
Party," at the High School auditor
ium. Many, declared it tho mot pleasing
ontertninment of tho ontirc Ilih School
Mr. Ernest Gamble, basso cautantc,
Miss Verna Page, violinisto nnd Miss
Irouo Kuhn, pinniste, wore tho entire
star eutcrtaincrs and tho program and
libretto mado up a recital that was
brim-ful of artistic effort of tho most
brilliant and hlghclass scope. These
three aro artists par oxcollout.
Maysvillo Council May Equip Hor Cops
With Up-to-Dato Pollco Wagon.
Tho Maysvillo City Council is about
to tako action to install a police patrol
rivstem, using ono of tho latest style
onto patrol wagon.
Soon tho public may bo greeted with
tho clang of tho "Black Maria" as it
whirls along tho strcots delivering a
load of "drunk-and-disordorlies" to tho
Wyo aro getting thoro Dy leaps and
SUED FOR $10,000
Mayor u. Wesley Lee Mado Defendant
BocauVe H. T. Day Was Killed By
FaUADown Elevator Shaft Jn
is Clothing Store.
Just oneycar n8 yest onlay, Mr. II.
T. Day, n jirominont farmer and dairy
pian, rcsidlJC near Maysvillo, whllo in
Mayor Leo ft clothing storo in this
city, accidentally foil down tho olova-
tor shaft andiwas almost instantly kill
Saturday CliWlcs North as admin is
trator of Day's Iistato filed suit ngaiust
Ir, Leo for $10,000 damagos alleging
bat his dcath'vvas duo to carelojsnoss
ui the part of Mayor Leo, or hln em-
ptpyo8, tho first akory olovator door bo
inuj opon. Mr. DJfy entered the storo
f nVin tho rear and ell to tho basement
8 'ot to his death.
1uio suit is a surprise, as tho prom
l8csnre Mayor Loo'sWnd aro not n pub
lie building in tho scW that it is sub
rontdd to other partic.
If mayor Loo is held liable it means
that a stranger may como into any
storo c private homo 'ami moot death
or accident and rim owner shall pay
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Enduring, eutertaioing place
uy ouying an
The groatest sound-producinR instru
ment ever mado. Huar it at
jTT."V" At. r.r-
At the Model Laundry. Apply at onco.
Mrs, Herbert Howhnd entertained tho
."00" club Very charmingly Saturday
afternoon. The 1iouh0 wns darkened and
softly lit with green candles while yel
low ami white narcissus nnd potted
flowers and ferns mnde spring-time for
the guests. A ory delicious luncheon
was enjoyed. Mrs. Goisol won the club
prie, Mrs. John Hall the guest prize,
and Mrs. Darlington Foo tho goneral
prie. About thirty ladies enjoyed
Mrs. Rowland's hospitality.
Our SemiAnnual Suit Sale
-- NOW IN PROGRESS
The enthusiastic response to this sale proves there are no inducements like style
and quality allied to low price. This sale is just under way but long before it is over peo
ple will realize it is one of the most momentous trade movement in value-giving that has
occurred for a long time. It is scarcely necessary to say the reductions are genuine and
Money never commanded so much value, Do not wait until the assortment is de
pleted. Come early and get the benefit of the widest possible choice.
The stock is divided into three groups, priced as follows:
$22.50 FOR SUITS UP TO $39.
$15 FOR SUITS UP TO $25.
$12.50 FOR SUITS UP TO $22.50.
At this great reduction it will be impossible to sell Suits on the usual six months
credit. Sales of reduced goods must be cash transactions.
7,509 NATIONAL BANKS.
Thcro wero 7,!5dtJ natioual banks do
iug business in tho Uuited States De
cember 31, with a combined capital of
$1,070,139,175, tho Controller of tho
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Charles Fredorlck, aged 27, Washing
ton, and Miss May Gill, ago 21, of tho
county. Rev. Reed ofllciating.
MBS OELIA L. WOOD CRITICALLY
Mrs. Celia L. Wood, aged 84 years,
is critically ill with pnoumonln at hor
homo in East Fourth street.
Sho has been unconscious for several
days and Saturday hor condition was
so low that it was thought tho end was
near. Howevor, yesterday she rallied,
but remains unconscious, and owing
to hor advanced years, there is littlo
chani'o for her recovery.
Besides hor son Pickett Wood, who
iesides with her, her oldest son, Attor
ney Charles Wood, of Middlesbo'o, Ky.,
is at hor bedsido.
D. HECHINGER & CO,
UNTIL we advertised our Price lleduction Sale and, by tho way, our reputa
tion stands solid that wo never have changed numerals on our price tickets
prior to our aem; annual stock-reducing and money-getting sab wo knew
r not how many people had not yot bought their Overcoats. You surely
have waited for this sale. At no time during this winter have we sold as many over
coatH in the aam3 given time a3 wo have since our "ad." appeared in tho papers. As
winter has just set in, tho more advantageous to you is this timely sale.
The One-Ii)urth Off on Suits should be quite alluring if you have half an
apology to buy one
D. HECHINGER & CO.
KERMIT ROOSEVELT TO WED.
Richmond, Va. Letters received
here from Madrid, report the engage-
ment of tho Ambassador's daughter,
Miss Bello Willard, to Kormit Rooso-
velt, son of Thoodoro Roosovolt.
HOG CHOLERA IN MASON
Tho hog cholera is quite prevalent in
Eomo parts of tho county. Some far
mers nro having their hogs inoculated
with anti-cholera serum.
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Just tappod, a barrel of very fancy Open
Kettle. Bring yonr jug.
DINGER BROS., Lcadlng Retailers
Nino rescue stations will bo cstab
Hsbcd in post-office buildings in Ken
tucky mining regions if tho plan of tho
Treasury Department proves successful.
BARGAIN No. l.i
Fountain Syringe Sale
We are-going to put on sale a Fountain Syringe at one
dollar and twenty-five cents. II after an examination you
don't say it is the best bargain in rubber goods then I
don't know anything about rubber.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. TIEolTEREET
DOGS KILL 24 SHEEP.
A few nights ago, dogs attacked a
flock of shoop belonging to Swcenoy
Isgrig in Bourbon County und killed
YOUNG HUNTER LOSES ARM.
Floyd Blovins, a young man of Olym
pin neighborhood, Bath County, had an
arm almost shot off by tho accidental
discharge of a shot gun while hunting
H WHWMlllWWMIMalM Mil
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Caywood hav'
returned homo in London, Ky., whol'
Mr. Caywood will resumo his work a
superintendent of school. !
POWER & DAULT0N
Biggest and Best Clothini and
Shoe Store In Mavsville.
WHISKY TAX $12 PER BARREL.
Fraakfort. Tho Stato Board of Val
uation and Assessment assessed whis
ky in bond at twelve dollars por barrel.
This is tho samo as last yoar.
HEAVY SNOW ON TID3 HILL TOPS.
Judge Rice reports a vory heavy
snow on the highlands out in tho coun
ty. Tho valley had no snow; yet tho
hills aro covered to tho depth of two or
"in u vat tuuMi laarinnriitvun-iianuaa i t t. r s-i- ,r . - ..- .- . .
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