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AsparHgus Tips, String h
H 1'eas, Corn,
5 Tomatocp, Kraut,
2 Spinach, Beets,
A fine line nf Fresh Vecetahles at nil times.
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, Of Course.
In summer when wo needed nlr
,HoM always eloso tlio door with care,
' Ag licnco ho hied.
But now, when winter '8 chilling breeze'
Bring to us chills nud grlppo nnd
IIo loaves it wide.
Children's good muslin drawers 10c to
25c, according to size. Women 's 23c.
Mr. J. L. Cobb and Clnroiico, his son,
of near Manchester, Ohio, were here
yesterday nnd sold their tobacco cop
at a fair piieo on the Mnvsvillo mar
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of East
Second stroet wero called to Covington
yesterday by tho sudden death of their
niece, MIhs Georgia Burgle, aged 10
A largo bnrn belonging to A. K. Cur
tis, of Piqua, Robertson County, burned.
It contained feed and somo farming
.utensils and two fine horses, for which
Curtis had refused $1,200 apicco. All
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I LOOK A I
5 MEMBERS OF THE
I CLOVER CLUB I
S HERE'S NEWS FOR YOU !
It is a well-known fact that in sowing one
bushel of clover seed to six acres that an average
of 66 clover seeds are sown to every square toot of
ground. In broadcasting the wind and rain carry
the seed in patches. Some portions have so much
seed on that it cannot grow; other parts have no
seed at all. Drill your seed with the
g Buckeye Special Alfalfa
and Grass Seed Drill
Get all the seed in the ground and save half
gj the seed. In selling you this machine we are of
5 fering the farmers of Mason county the best prop-
osition ever made in the way of machinery. With
half the seed we guarantee you a better stand.
H They have been carefully tested for three seasons
jj now and have proven thoroughly satisfactory in
every way. Come in, let us show the machine to
Eyou and give you the names of those who own
them and are delighted with the results obtained.
MIKE BROWN theISKn
Master Gordon S. Bierley is ill with
an attack of grip.
Tho $1 skirts at Hunts' look liko the
$1.50 skirts sold elsewhere.
FINE MEETING AT CENTRAL
Prayer meeting at the Central Pres
byterian Church was one of the most
interesting thnt Has Been hold for somo
In addition to tho usuil service tho
pastor, Rev. 11. L. Bonn gai n moat on
tortnining review of tho book, "Insido
The Cup,'" which at present is attract
ing tbo attention of tho religious world.
Tho Doctor's congregation folt deep
ly, impressed with his presentation.
At tho First M. E. Church South,
Rev. Minor 8. Clark the pastor, held a
very beneficial prayer service. These
services are a revival effort. Tho spirit
ual uplift Is being felt by tho congre
gations. Tho gatherings are increasing
- ANOTHER SMASH-UP
O, & O. Freight Buckled and Wrecked
Four Cars Yesterday Afternoon
On Limestone Fill.
Yesterday afternoon nbout 1 o'clock
freight- No. 800, in chargo of conductor
Tatman nnd engineer O'Neal, going
cast, wreckefl four cars on tho East
bound track on tho Llmestono All.
Thore soomed to bo no cnuso for tho
wrtvk, as tho train had tho block.
Tbo conductor said tho train buckled
ju8t?as ho was goin? over tho viaduct
nt Limostouo street
It was wonder it uid not throw the
entire train off of tho track.
Only four cars wore wrecked and it
took eight hours to clear tho Eastbouud
track. Tho Westbound track was not
Loss $10,000 to tho company.
SWEET MELON MANGOES-sa
Viir fln ONION and ODOUMBBR PIOKLES. These
r both BITTER actf&HEAFER than you can maka them.
Telpaoe tt for ajar tofmr.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
outnut ot coal during tho laat few
yeaTs has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
mora wade your trade by giving
you n groater value (or your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Hunt's 25c and 50c corset covers
look double tho prico and tho $1.00
night gowns nro values just us great.
Women's nnd Misses gowns neatlv
trimmed 50c. Children's petticoats
l!lc, 2."ic, 39c, 50c. Hunts'.
Samuel Turley, Member of the Legisla
ture From Mt. Sterling, Indiges
Frankfort, Ky., January 21, Repre
sentative Samuel Turley, of Mt. Stor
ling, who foil, stricken with an attack
of acuto indigestion, on tho stops fit
sido tho Capitol yestorday, died at 10:30
last night nt the Frankfort Hotel.
Mr, Turley was 59 years old, nnd is
survived by his widow nnd cloven child
ren. Ho was a farmor and was serving
his first term and his first political of
fice as Representative from Menifee
and Montgomery counties.
ANOTHER FIRE SCARE
Over-Heated Chimney Causes Excite
ment and Small Loss at Mr.
.- Homer Ellis' Home.
Tho homo of Mr. Homer Ellis in Wost
Second street was tho scene of n slight
blazo yesterday afternoon nbout 1
Mrs. Ellis was seated in tho front
room upstairs, when tjheliojrd n strange
noiso in tho guest room. On oponing
the door leading into tho room she saw
the closot containing her winter cloth
ing ou flic. Iu front of tho closet door
sut n largo trunk containing hor silver
With horoic offort sho moved tho trunk
into tho front room; then she closed
tho door, went down stairs nnd called
tho firemen, who quickly respouded nnd
extinguished tho flames with chem
icals. Mr. Ellis' loss will bo several
The causo was from an ovor-hoated
Mrs. Ellis was naturally quito nervous
from the scare.
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY,
The best all purpoao lumber you can buy. This lumber can
bo used for flooring, ceiling, Biding or (or most any purpose.
You can get it In lengths Irom 8 to 20 teet. Buy it now while
the prico is low. Price 42 CO per hundred leet.
The Mason Lumber Co. -
CRUJdw LEADERS h TT3
Cor. Socond and Llmestono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A, A. MoLaugiIun. L. N. Bkha.
1 And PACE
nj An attractive line ol Tally Cards and Place Cards now on dis-
play in our bdow window. Also 8coro Pads for all games, Favors
and other suggestions tor ttveee long evenings at home, While in
do not forget our Oheap Music.
2 Agent for ladies' Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post,
3 Clarion and Country Gentleman.
Immense stock of Muslin Underwear
at Hunts. I"i1e opens tomorrow. Don't
miss tho big values.
A TRIP TO ZURICH"
Secretary Joplin Gives Interesting Talk
On Great International Gathering
At World's Sunday School Con
vention in 1013.
At tho Christian Church Stato Secre
tary Joplin was present, and at the
close ot tho prayer meeting, gave n
short talk upon Graded Sunday School
At 8:15 p. m. when the various meet
ings had closed, a laro gathering
of Muysvillo'tt uiithusiastic Sunday
School workers wero assembled lu tho
auditorium of tho First Christian
Church, to hear Secrctarv Joplin on
"His Trip to Zurich, Tho World's Sun
day School Convention of 101:1."
Ho said in part thnt the watchword
of the Kentucky Sunday School Union
is "Increase," a gain of 50 per cent,
for tho year 1015 is winted. Three
points, attendance, enrollment, equip
inent, mean clliciency.
Tho first Sunday in May is to be
Sunday School day In Kentucky.
We ha o a population of about 2,500,
000 and wo want 750,000 in Sunday
School on that day.
Can't wo do it I
Secretary Joplin then launched into
his theme. From tho time ho wont
aboard his steamffr at Montreal until
tho conductor called out Zurich, his au
dience staid with him. They sang
"America", in the English channel on
the Fourth of July, vhen ho met tho
Illinois, and waved tho Hag as ho jour
neyed through Holland, Belgium, uud
At Zurich, among the fourteon hun
dred dolegates were twenty-four from
Kentucky, sixty nations and forty dif
ferent languages woro represented. Per
haps tho leading character iu tho con
ention was Bishop Vincent, over eigh
ty years old. Ho lead tho opening ex
ercises. The convention lasted eight days,
hold forty-eight sessions and two hun
dred and forty-threo addresses woro
Tho next convention is to bo held in
Tokib, Japau. Sir Robert Laidlaw is
Secretary Joplin is n pleasant speak
or and his audience was highly do
lighted. ABOUT 400,000 POUNDS
Wero Total Amount of Tobacco Sales
On tho Maysvillo Market Yester
day. Somo High Averages.
Tho Maysvillo tobacco market is
booming this week, and tho sales will
go ovor L',uuu,uuu pounds.
Yesterday's sales ai)2,U20 pounds, ns
Farmers it Planters.
Total sales 110,805
Highest prico $20.00
Lowest prico 2.00
Avorago prico 13.25
Special crop Jnincs Dwyei, Muson
County, 3,700 pounds nt $17.90
Total sales 37,350
Highest prico . . . $10.25
Lowest prico 2.00
Special sales C. S. Burgess, Mason
County, $18.40; It. P. Hoppo.-, Mason
County, $11.10; Mitcholl & Burns,
dams County, Ohio, $15.25.
Eutiro flooi avorago $12.08. Mar
Total sales 09,205
Highest prico $19.75
Lowest prico 1.10
Special crop Carrigan & Chain,
Brown County, Ohio, 2,103 pounds at
$14.83. O. M. McCarthoy, 2,800 pounds
avorago $11.00; Dan Scott, 2390 pounds,
Total sales 72,200
Highest price $21.00
Lowest price 2.10
Special crops Hill & DUher, Mnson
County, 2010 pounds nt $10.39 avorago;
W. J.Martin, Brown County, u., 3,uij
pounds at $17.97.
Loxington 800,000 pouuds from $33
Mt. Sterling 315,000 pounds nt 2 to
Total sales 90,250
Highest prico $21.00
Lowest prico 2.00
Market good. Medium offerings. No
Special crops R. O. Chambers, Mas
on County, nverogod $18.27; Mrs. Ella
McOlollnnd, Brown County, averaged
$17.80; Watson & Henson, Mason Coun
ty, ayeragod $14.32.
Tho Home had a block sate.
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JANUARY 22, 1914.
Hunt's nd. today and every
Dr. S. E. I'ollitt and daughter, Miss
Mary, and Dr. Henry of Minorvn, woro
isitors in this city yesterday.
A deal was oousumated whereby A. W.
Curry, the goninl manager of tho skat
ing rink tins becomo owner of tho Na
tional Pool room, owned by J. T. Mack
ey. Mr. Curry will bo glad to sco his
old tr lends.
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOK
KEEPER. Wanted nt once Experienc
ed bookkeoper nnd stenograph
er. Salary $G to $7 per week,
depending upon cxporionco and
ability. Apply in porsou.
tf 112-110 Market St.
Crepe Underwear is popular for traveling be
cause it can bo rolled eo compactly, tubs easily and
requires no ironing. It is a specially of this salo.
Styles have never been quite so pretty and every
garment is very carefully cut.
Whito Crepe Gowns, 75c, $1, $1.25. The
dollar gowns are hand embroidered.
t Our Colored Crope Gowns are pretty enough
for negligees. Attractive shades of pink and blue,
also white grounds with Jouoy printing. 79c, $1.
Tho 50c Drawers are made of striped crepo
with firm, scalloped edge. Cut on the present straight
lines of course
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PRESIDENT WILSON'S SECONDS
Washington, January 21. President
Wilson up to midnight last Saturday
had lived oxactly 1,800,489,000 seconds
So ho was told today in a letter from
Albert A. Gnmblo of Rochestor, N. Y.,
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At n meeting of prominent horse,
jock and mulo raisors of Kentucky, iu
Loxington, non. Claud M. Thomas, of
Bourbon, was elected ns President of
tho organization to bo Known ns tho
Kentucky Horse, Jnck and Mulo Breed
ers' Association. Tho purposo of tho
now organization is to protect the horse,
jack and mulo Industries iu Kentucky.
Is Rapidly Sinking, and It Is Believed
That tho End Cannot Bo Far Away.
Sea Breeze, Fla. Bishop John M.
Wnlden, of tho Methodist Episcopal
Church, Cincinnati, who has been crit
ically ill hero nt the home of James N.
Gamble, is rapidly sinking nnd it is
thought that the end will come nt any
Bishop Walden is suffering from an
ncuto nttack of kidney trouble.
Daytonn, Fla., Jan. 21. Bishop John
M. Waldon, of Cincinnati, who for somo
days has been critically ill here, died
tonight at 11.10 o'clock.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
I'Maysvilhj'BogUnjJIifloestjDIothlng and Shoe Store." '
Our present Price-Reducing Sale is unique, insofar that it consists of only
High-Class Merchandise the kind of Clothing that in average clearing sales does
not appear on the counters. Never losing sight of the interest of our patrons, we
invariably show them "the best in the shop" and at price sold now often less than
cost. Turning the goods into money and making room for our spring purchases is
the designed object of thisjunprecedented price sacrificing sale.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
DON'T FORGET TICKETS ON THE AUTOMOBILE.
Mr. J. M. Dunbar, ono of the Public
Ledger's old standbys, formerly of Vnl
ley, Lewis County, and now taking life
easy with his children in the enjoyable
city of Indianapolis, is back to aettlo up
his old accounts, and will return to the
lloosier capital in a couple of weeks.
n ninctccn-yonr-old mathematical prodi
gy, who wrote tho President that ho had
obtained tho figure only after u fow
If you miss Hunts' sale you miss a
big-chanco in vnlucs. For 25c and 50c
tho best muslin drawers in tho market.
5 DINGER BROS.j LcadlnRctallers I
Llttlo Miss Francos Stnllcap, tho
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Stall
cup, of Forest avonup, is slowly recov
ering from hor critical illness.
M. F. WILLIAMS
AGED EDITOR CALLED FROM IILS
Georgetown, Ky., January 21 Editor
John A. Bell, 81, founder of the George
town Times, in 180", and its editor
since that time, died iiero today of
Because these Drawers are a littlo heavier than
somo womon liko wo have revised tho price now 50c
formerly $1. Tho 50c drawers 25c,
Wo also havo somo Corset Covers that havo
sold dowu to three sizes 38, 40, 42.
Former values, $1 to $2.
To clear out the small lot and
garments aro not quite fresh we have
Pennsylvania's 1913 personal proper
ty vuluation is fixed nt $1,102,511,272.
Mrs. Samuel Holmes and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Pollitt, of Carlisle, loft
Monday for a trip to Florida, and will
join her. sister, Mrs. Ernio White, who
h visiting there.
New York, January 21. J. P. Mor
gan announced today that he will not
disposo of any of his father's art treasures.
Couio in nnd givo us a
chance to fit you. We enn
do it aB well and cheaper
than going to Cincinnati.
& CO. E.B!ir
POWER & DAULT0H
pneumonia and complicated diseases.
Ho was ono of tho oldest editors in ser
ice iu tho State
Mrs. Samuel Farrow of East Front
street is confined to her bed by a ser
ous attack of rheumatism.
Shine 5c Mnckey & McGuiro's shop.
Born, January 10th, in Cincinnati, to
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. MacFaddin, a fluo
son. Mrs. MneFnddin was formerly
Miss Bertha Brittain of this city.
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