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GROWERS WAREHOUSE PASSES
MILLION POUND MARK.
This popular warehouse is meeting
with merited success. Mr. L. T. Qaebko
tho president says his company hm
pnsscd tho million pound mark, and
bids fair to make tho largest record
this year in its history.
JTJDOE BARKER TO SPEAK HERE.
.Tudgo Henry S. liaiker, President of
Stato University, Lexington, will speak
at the Court House at 2 o'clock, Friday;
February 2 It is seldom an opportunity
is given to hear such it man as Judge
Barker upon tho woman suarngo ques
tion. Plan for the meeting and give
Judgo Barker an audience worthy of
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports. show tho steady
outnut ot coal during the last (en
yeaTi hap made the dealers push (or
wider markets, We are going to get
more Wade your trade by giving
yon a greater value (or your money.
You will never got out ol debt unlesn
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE GOAL CO.
The beat all purposo lumbor you can buy. This lumber can
bo used tnr flooring, ceiling, aiding or (or moat any purpose.
Vou can get it in lengths (mm 8 to 20 lect. Duy it now while
the price is low. Price $2 CO per hundred (eel.
Flie Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A, MoUjquun. L. N. Bkhan.
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S And PACE 0rmmm mmw
An attractive line ot Tally Oarde and Place Cards now on dis
play hi our Bhow window. AIbo Score Pads (or all games, Favors
and other suggestions (or tjiese long evenings at home. While in
do not forget our Cheap Music.
Agent (or Ladies' Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post,
Criterion and Country Gentleman. u
Ono hundred women and children
and ICO Federal soldiers were massa
cred by rebels near Vnncgns, Mexico, a
Federal ofllcor reported In Mexico City.
PEEBLES, OHIO, HAS $50,000 FIRE.
The town of Peebles, Adams County,
Ohio was visited by another disastrous
fire Saturday afternoon, almost an en
tiro block falling prey to tho flames,
cnusiug n loss estimated at $50,000.
Tho blaze started in Rotroff'a livery
barn and wiped out several business
houses and contents.
Drink 70,000,000 Gallons of Whisky In
T HP TZ A rTVTT .TTTS7" JP .r I
The Senato passed tho Alaska Rail
way Bill authorising the Government
to build 1,000 miles of railroad lines in
tho Territory at a cost of $40,000,0Qfl.
I LOOK &
MEMBERS OF THE
HERE'S NEWS FOR YOU ! B
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 carrv
9 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
Buckeye Special Alfalfa
and Grass Seed Drill
Get all the seed in the ground and save half
the seed. In selling you this machine we are of
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.
They have been carefully tested for three seasons
now and have proven thoroughly satisfactory in
every way. Come in, let us show the machine to
you and give you the names of those who own
them and are delighted with the results obtained.
i MIKE BROWN ed!Ren
Miss FJorenco llnys, of Pittsburg, I'n.,
is visiting her sister, -Mrs. J. Foster
Miss Tura Turner has returned from
a visit of several weeks with relatives
at Chlllicothc, OliiO
Mrs. W. Arthur Muniug of Forest
avenu Is visiting het mother, Mrs. VI-
mont at Millcrsburg.
Miss Mario Emral, of Covington is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Frank Mil
lor, of West Third street.
Mr. W 0. Manning of the firm of
Manning & Harrison, was a business
visitor at Helena Saturday.
Mrs. Ed, Huron of this city roturnod
homo yesterday after n few Ttays' visit
with hor sisters at Covington Ky.
Mr. Itccd Chuun of Cincinnati is tho
guo9t of his parents Mr and Mrs.
8. B. Chunn, on West Third street.
Mrs, E. II. Reed roturnod homo Sun
day from a two weeks' visit with hor
brother, S. F. Frlstoo, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mrs. George Logan of Nicholas Coun
ty is visiting her sister, Mrs. Amanda
Scars, of East Second street and other
Ilov, Oeorgo W. .Topliti of Louisville
has been tho guest tho past fow days
of Mr. A. J. McDouglo and family of
Mrs. Maggio Clark of Mnysvillo, sur
prised Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Clark by
innking them nn unnnnounced visit Fri
day. Sho returned home Tuesday.
-, .') ,
Mrs. Margaret Davis, after a pleasant
visit with hor nieco, Mrs. fanny Davis,
of East Second street, returned to her
liomo nt Carlislo, Saturday.
Mr Thomas A. Davis and niece, Miss
Mollio Edmonds, will leavo tomorrow
for San Antonio, Texas, where they will
enjoy tho balmy air until next Spring.
A MATRIMONIAL PROSPECT.
(Mt. Olivet Advance.)
W. C. Myers in opening up a balo
of diess goods tho other (lay found a
card containing tho following: "I am
a widower with 9 children, and I am
looking for a wifo. My love, will you
Tho nuthor of tho plaintive nppeal is
Mr. Leo SJiaughnessy, 105 Hcaeon St.,
Clinton, Mass. Oirls, here's a golden
opportunity awaiting you.
Supervisor Glift Reports Big
Boom in the Weed at
White longshoremen at Port Arthur,
Toy., woro locked out by shipping in
terests and negroes put fu their places.
L & N. GIVEN INJUNCTION
The tobacco market closed last week
higher than at any timo this season,
tirades for grades the market was high
er by 2 cents than nt any timo last rea
son. We sold 2,275,S50 pounds same bring
ing $230,738.61, an average of -flLOD
for the week.
Wo adviso you to sell now. Tho
houses nro all well cleaned for this
W. E. CIJFT, Supen isor.
Col. Thomas M. Russell is spending
tho week in Cincinnati, having his eyes
trented by n specialist.
JAMES J. DOWNEY
Old Maysvlllo Citizen Called To The
Judgcmont Seat This Morning
At 1 O'clock.
Mr. .Tames J. Downey, tho well known
resident ot" East Second streot died this
morning at 1 o'clock, after several
weeks' illness, from stomach trouble
and other complications.
Ho was about 60 years of nge, was a
widower, ami is survived by Uvo daugh
ters Misses Kntherine, Abbey, Marga
ret, Cecelia and Cert rude.
Mr. Downey was a member of St.
Patrick Catholic Church.
Tho funeral services will be hold
Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock, in St.
Patrick Church Ilurial in tho Washing
HIS FIRST FIRE LOSS
Thomas A. Davit, Has Unin.no Record
As Firo Insuranco Patron.
Oor three score years and ten and
theu soino , and in an active business
career of over half a century and keop
ing his property constantly insured, and
having his first firo loss, and that a
small one, tho past week, is tho
reeoul of Mr. Thomas A. Davis,
whoso elegant homo "Riverside,"
caught fire from a defective eloctiic
But for tho cement coiling conGning
tho tho blazo until tho arrival of tho
Cro department, Mr. Davis' $10,000
homo and at least $10,000 worth of
furnishings and tho finest referenco li
brary probably In tho State, wquld hnvo
been wrecked and ruined.
As it was his loss was less than $25.
Federal Judgo Cochran Grants Tempor
ary Order Restraining State Trom
Enforcing Assessment Higher
Saturday Federal Judge Cochran is
sued a temporary restraining order
against State Auditor 11. M. Uosworth
and others from apportioning, certi
fying or otherwise enforcing any ns
Resilient upon the Louisville & Nash
ville Railroad Componv In excess of
22,S!1!VJ(I0, this amount being fixed by
tho federal court two months ago.
The assessment was placed at $15,
000,000 by the state bu.ird of valuation
and assessment, and was appealed from
by the rnihoad company.
Judgo Cochran will pas hnnlly upon
tho injunction, next Saturday.
Helm Itruce, of Louisville, and W. A.
Colston, of Cincinnati, represented tho
Washington. Tho AmQricnn people
drank 70,000,000 gallons of whisky,
smoked 4,090,000,000 cigars and puffed
8,711,000,000 cigarettes during tho six
months ended December 31, according
to figures announced by Commissioner
Osbom, of tho Internal Rovenuo Bureau.
The American Federation of Labor
will niako uu cll'ort to remove all niaxl
mum limitations on postal savings de
posits nnd to havo the checking account
Hundreds of suggestions ns to how to
regulate trusts aro pouriug in by mall
and telegraph upon those who aro ox
pectcd to pilot anti-trust legislation
Co mo in and give us a
uhaiice to fit you. We crtn
do it aa well and cheaper
than going to Cincinnati.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. Sgr
POWER & 0AULT0N
A SALE OF
MEN'S AND BOYS'
That enable3 you to buy a Suit or Overcoat that will save you much money." Come
in and see what a splendid line of wintor Overcoats and Suits we are showing and con
vince yourselves of thp great savings at this timo,
$10 and $12 50 Overcoats reduced to $7.50. I, $10 and $12.50 Suits reduced to $8.75
$15 and $18 Overcoats reduced to . . $10.50.
$20 and $22.50 Overcoats reduced to $15.75.
$15 and $18 Suits reduced to $11.50
$20 and $22.50 Suits reduced to $15.75
$25 and $28.50 Suits reducod to $18,75.
You will make a niistako if yon don't come hero before you buy.
D. liESOEHaNra-ESK. &, CO.
The Biggest and Best Clothing and Shoe Store in Maysvillp.
DON'T FORGET AUTOMOBILE TICKETS-
AOED COLORED MAN KILLED.
James Winn, an aged colored farmer
residing nt Lexington wan instnntly
killed Saturday night by nn inter
urban car bound from Paris to Lexington.
THERE WERE 135 RAINS AND
SNOWS LAST YEAR.
W. S. McCord of Cowan, Fleming
County, has a record of tho rains and
snows that foil durlnir 101."?. Thorn wnrn
I 135 rams and 25 snows.
A VERY STALE PROPOSITION
( Flennugsburg Times-Democrat.)
When a couplo has been married a
month it is stale news to send an
editor a half-column write-up about it
nnd expect him to print it free.
Extra Sizes in Nightgowns
Plentiful In the Sale of Muslin Underwear.
Extra Bizsa in fact aa well aa in name the kind you can truafc to fit acro88 the
ahoulders aa well aa in the arm holes; no scant skirts, no lapping, neck-banda and
skimpy yokes. All good, carefully proportioned garments that have lost none of their
daintiness of trimming because of extra inches of material.
$1, $1.25, $1.50.
The X-Ray Skirt
By some twist of feminine logic these OPAQUE
X-Ray. A double panel in the front enables one
comfort. PRICE $1.
Nainsook petticoats are called
to wear the sheerest gown in
With tho longawnitcd riso in tho riv
er and tho operation of most coal cor
poration tow boats out of Pittsburgh,
millions of bushols of coal will bo ship-pod-
South during this week. Thrco
towboats with fifty loaded coal barges
in tow loft Pittsburgh Snturday with
about 1,000,000 bushels. Tho engineers'
striko tied up river steamers during tho
last riso in tho river, and more conl is
at present stowed in barges along tho
sources of tho Ohio than over beforo.
Ohio-Kentucky Development Company
With $20,000 Capital Stock.
Tho Ohio-Kentucky Dovclopmout
Company, Maysvlllo; capital, $20,000;
incorporators, Oeorgo R. Longnecker,
E. L. Manchester and E. J. Moore.
Tho nbovo Is tho stylo of a new con
corn which recontly filed articles of in
corporation at Frankfort.
SWEET MELON MANGOES-aB
Very fine ONION and OUOUMBER PIOKL5S. These
r both BETTER and CHEAPER than you can make them.
Telephone bb for a jar today.
Pheie 43. GEISBL & CONRAD
Tonight to Arrange For Fi
nancing 1914 Team
Every Fan Should
Do you want M.iysville to remain in
tho Ohio-West Virginia-Kontuck Base
Ball League I
Thou go to tho Council Chamber to
night ut 7:30 o'clock and assist in do
vising financial means to guarautoo a
successful team nnd season.
It can bo donol
It must be done I
It will bo donel
This is going to bo tho greatest base
ball year In the history of the game.
Maysvlllo Las tho plant nnd tho fran
cJilso in ono of tho best minor leagues
in tho United Stilton.
Thero will bo money In it rightly
Of the $3,.r)00 needed, 1 1,500 to $2,000
should be mndo at tho opening gumo by
making tho admission to everybody
With certain clomcnta eliminated
that havo produced somo rottenness in
tho toam and games heretofore, Mays
vlllo should show up well nt tho top
If it will help any towards continuing
the team here this year The Public
Ledger will pay a dollar each for fiva
tickets to the epeaiag game,
Attend tonight's JSMWug.
ATTENDED INSURANCE BANQUET.
Tho olllceis nnd Directors and super
intendents of many of tho branches of
tho Western nnd Southom Llfo InsJur
auco Company gavo a banquet Saturday
night at tho Sintou Hotel, Cincinnati,
complimentary to William J. Williams,
President of tho company,
guests wcro Mayor Spiegel, who spoke
on "Cincinnati, tho liomo of tho West
ern nnd Southern." An address was
also inailo by President Williams.
Col. C. L. Hosonhnm, of this city was
ono of the superintendents present.
Anvwnv. a red-headed mnn can al-
Among tho Lways feel thankful that he Isn't bald.
Mr. Thomas E. Foley, assistant cloak
room keeper in tho Kentucky Sonnte
eamo down last Prldoy for n visit to
his paronts near Minerva. Ifo spout
last night horo with his relntives, Mr.
and Mri. Thomas Lalloy, going to
Frankfort on tho early L. & N. train.
Thomas is a most worthy young man
and is certain to make a Quo record for
It was semi-ollicially announced in
Indianapolis that Thos. Taggart would
bo a candidate for tho United States
Senato to succeod Sonator B. F. Shlyoly.
It's "Good-Bye" to All
! SUITS COATS
Come in and be fitted and ask the price
afterwards, for the PRICE WILL
THE BIG SALE STILL CONTINUES.
This is the last week to get the doll tick
ets. Tickets given also on all accounts
paid this week.
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