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IS A WINNER I
Either Ground or Grain. Phone yourordorsto
IAIJ. YrVBLIO LSOaSJh-HM
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
The Way To Commit Suicide.
Kesolved that llfo had lent its charm.
A sudden death hu wooed,
By going to Kentucky, whoio
. Ho monkeyed with n fued.
No polico court yesterday,
"WhHakor was iu Cineiiiimtl.
Mrs. Robert Busby, who wns operated
upon ot the Wilson Hospital yesterday,
passed a quiet night, and up to the houi
of going to press was doing as well ns
could bo expected.
SNOW NO. 10. GROUND HOG
Yesterday afternoon, late, the rain
turned into mist and sleet, after which
there was n magnificent fall of "the
Beautiful," which continued for several
hours. However, the weather was too
mild for it to remain on the ground long
and thin morning it was less than 'J
inches deep and disappeared rapidly.
,m , n . i ." ' .sag gagaesasa
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the stead;
outwit of coal durirfg tho last (en
jdaTa haH made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
more krade your trade by giving
you a groater value for your money,
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisoly.
MAYSVILLE GOAL CO,
The best all purposo lumber you can buy. This lumber can
be uBed for flooring, ceiling, siding or for most nny purpose.
You can got it in longths from 8 to 20 feet, Buy It now while
tho price is low. Price $2.60 per hundred leet.
The Mason Lumber Co.
fLMMJum LEADERS amvm$s2&
Cor. Second and Llmestono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A, A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkiun.
Now York. Joseph Cassldy, formor
Democratic boss of Queens County, nnd
William Wiilott, n formor congressman,
wcro sentenced to servo n year and six
months iu Sing Sing prison and to pay
(eorgetonn, Ky. William Wright
was probably fatally stubbed in an al
pjg The cuteBt, daintiest and most artistic line wo havo ever had. pjpj
Six different lines on display, giving quite a variety from which to
make a selection, and beauties, too, with their hidden messages of M
love. For the older onoa we have, suitable for the occasion, pictures, M
BM Balendars and books. Trices from 1 cent to $G. A big line ot JJ
J. T- KAOKLBY 5c GO- 9
Good First Mortgago Land Notes
Yielding C and 7 For Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
BASEBALL MEETING TONIGHT
IN OLD KENTUCKY
And We Are Right Here on the Job With a
Full Line of Plows
Ready to supply your every want. Such names
as "Oliver," "Syracuse" and "Eagle," the latter
made by the James H. Hull Plow Co , this city,
arc too well known to you farmers for us to say
more. All we say is "Come in and buy. You
are very welcome."
Mike Brown's Plow Harness
Needs no recommendation. You farmers know
that the auctioneer's "this is a set of Mike Brown's
hand-made harness" at sales is enough to make
the second-hand harness sell for more than was
paid for it when it was new. It's a fadl. We are
still making good Harness and want to sell more
this year than ever before. Come in. K
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Mr. J. B. Russell was iu Cincinnati
on business yesterday.
Mr. It. A. Cochran spent jesterduy iu
Cincinnati on business.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Poster have gone
to Florida for their annual wintor so
journ, Superintendent of City Schools J.
Caplinger is nt tho Capital in tho inter
est of special legislation for the schools.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles B. Holstein
havo been homo several dajs from theii
protracted sojourn witli iclativcs and
friends in Baltimore, Md.
HOW SO MINORS GET LIQUOR?
Recently thoro seems to havo been p
flagrant violation of tho liquor laws
in this city. Boys, iu fact mere child
ren, have obtained liquor by some
means and became, intoxicated. It
eeems to us there should be some wuy
to stop this abuse.
WANTS $1000 DAMAGES
From the O, & O. For Having Fingers
Maahed Last Summer.
Last summer Elwood Muddox, son
of Al Maddox of East Second strcot had
lis fingers mashed off while working iu
tho O. & 0. depot yards.
This Week young Maddox filed suit for
$1,000 damages against tho company.
DEATH OF MRS. ELI "BALDWIN.
Mis. Uli Baldwin of Abordeou passed
away yoHtordny about 12:30 o'clock.
Shu had suflcied with consumption I'm
Slio is sun i veil by her husband and
four children. Tunoral I'ridny and in
terment at Manchester.
Let Yesterday to McDowell and Case
To Build E. T. Kirk's Modern
McDowell & Case, of this city, cap
tured the $.10,000 contract for tho erec
tion of Mr. 13. T. Kirk's now flat build
ing to bo built on tho corner of Second
and Lower streets, on tho vacant lot
adjoining It. A. Cochran's residence '
It Is to bo fiuished by August 1st.
it will bo tlneo stories high, moderuly
equipped and tho tenants will bo woll
housed nnd taken caro of,
Tho plans and specifications lor this
hnndsnmo building have already been
It will consist of numerous three-room
Hats, each floor to havo independent
of tho others, ocry desired convenience.
Wo understand practically all of the
flats have been spoken for,
Mr. Kirk deserves much praise for
such n venture.
May tho tiino soon como when Mays
lllc enterprise will awnken to tho fact
that we not only need modern flat
buildings, but that wo need manufac
tories to keep our bright sons and
daughters in our own city instead of
thorn leaving home to seek their for
SWEET MELON MAN0ES-sa ;
Very fine ONION and OUOCJM&BR PiOKLKS. These
i both B1TTJBR and CHEAPER than you can make them.
us for a far today.
'43. GEISEL CONRAD
There will bo baseball meeting nt
the Council Chamber tonight nt 7:30
NOTICE FROM THE CENTRAL
We respectfully request all those who
are on their way to tho Central Wan
house not tn be misled by persons along
the road telling you that you cannot get
your tobneio unloaded and on s-ile.
Wo confess we hnvo been very busy
and we are glml of it but we li.ie daily
sales and i.m give ou prompt, service
at nearh all times.
Alwajs vonie and stc tor .oursolf
whethei or not ym can get uulonded.
Cr.XTItAl. WAKEIIOUSE CO.
Mnysville, Ky 5 It
MRS. M'ATEE CASE ENTERTAINS
IN HONOR OF HER DAUOHTER.
Yesteulay afternoon fiom 2 to 0,
Mrs. McAtco Case entertained with
Five Hundred in honor of the twenty
first biitlulay of her daughter, Mrs
The house was tastefully and beauti
fully decoiated for tho occasion. Ele
gaut relreshments were served.
Tho guoits were Mesdames 1'erd
Hechuiger, W A. Wood, W. Vred
Thomas, II. U Klhs, Watt Bildwin.
Jacob Thomas. L. (J. Parker, Henry
Shea, John Cochran, Kmma Perrj, Sam
uel Huggert and Misses Mao Wood,
Mary !).iih, Kthel Sulser, Catherine
Smith nnd Ktliel Ula9Coek.
Sold on Wednesday's Mays-
ville Tobacco Market
Prices Continue to
Total sales 120,305
Highest price $20.50
Lowest price. 2.20
Collins & Luttrell, Helena, 3175 lbs.,
Farmers & Plantera
Total sales 10,125
Highest prico $22.00
Lowest prico 2.00
Average prico 12.07
Market somo stronger.
Total sales 187,350
Highest price $23.50
Lowest prico 2.80
Market good prices.
Total sales 03,535
Highest prico $20.00
Lowest prico 1.00
Mnrket very spirited and all grades
Ryan & Wall, Mason County, $14.72.
T. T. Kondall, Greenup County, sold
21 hogsheads at good prices.
N. M, Ware, Fernbank, Ohio, sold a
carload of fancy loaf at high prices.
Total sales 28,000
Highest price $27.00
Low est prico 2.00
Market strong on ull grades,
Total sales '. 10,155
Highest prico $21.50
Lowest prico 1,10
Market very strong.
Reoso & Andorso'n, 5,105 pounds at
Phillips & Tomlin, 2,005 pounds at
, NoIIb Ees'ilty, 2.S0O poueds at $13.82.
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SLOP FOR SALE
at Limestone Distillory on und after
February 2nd. 29-Ot
HON. T. D. SLATTERY
Will Soon Succeed Hon. E. P. Morrow
As Attorney In Eastorn Federal
WOMAN SUFFRAGE CLUB
Organized By Miss Allco Lloyd In
Lowis County Aftor She Addressed
Miss Alico Lloyd spoko on Woman
Suffrage nt tho Court House in Vanco
burg Monday night.
There wus a good attendance nnd ex
At the close of the meeting fourteen
men and thirteen women signed mem-
linrulilti jin i1rt n ml Tnna.l , n t .t . n . n
,;;;' " : :: :: , : ,:: z union made
County Womnn Suffrage League was HAND MADE
DINGER BROS., "W.
Uxprcss companies say they accepted
greatly reduced rates after longest con
sideration in interest of tho shipping
Knppa Sigma Pi meets nt Third
Streot M. E. Church Friday evening at
7 o'clock. All mombers urged to at
tend. f t-p
Como in and give us a
chance to fit you. We can
do it as well and cheaper
than Roing to Cincinnati.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. mSZRm
I BEST MADE
POWER k DAULTON
Washington. Next Apiil probably
will find tuo Democratic United States
district attorneys in oilico in Kentucky.
n. P. Morrow, it is believed, will soon
resign to engage in a contest for the
'Itepublicnu nomination for Congress iu
tho Hloveuth dintrict. It is known that
Senator Bradley approves this ambition
on the part of his nephew.
If Mr. Morrow lesigns shortly Seiri
tor .lames probably will recommend T.
D. Slattcrv, of the Ninth district, to
succeed him, so that both his selections
for distriit attorney Crossland aud
Sluttery probably will take oilico at
about tho simo time.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
The Beat and Bipqest Clothing and Shoo House in HaysvillB.
,SS1 ,h RAINCOATS $5
Will buy a Djuble Rubberized CoU that will not only be found rain proof but will also serve you well ai
an Overcoat. We are daily aolling dozina of them.
Look in our Window and see the class of Suits we are selling at $10, $12, $12.60, $15 and $17;
not a Suit but what is worth from $5 to $10 more.
Oar driosj are thoroughly advertising themselvei. "Our kind" aro a boon to those that want
good footwear. None liko 'Ours" sold in any other Store here. Onco you try a pair of our Shoes you'll
mnr hi? oil'- sIsTigrq; n hq h ire and gut tickets on our Automobile
D. IiE50I3:i3SrC3-E3DEsi &, OO.
Mrs. Louisa Driscoll, an aged and es I Mrs. Frank S. Xewoll and little
teemed Hipley woman, and mother ot daughter, are here for a short visit with
Miss Hattie Driscoll, died ii her homo' her mother, Mrs. Susan Kilpatrick of
iu that place last Friday. She was 83Limestono street. Sho reports that Mr.
years old and resided in Mason Couuty 'Newell will remain in Wisconsin for
n number of years. f
slowly recovering from
,j recent ser-
Pinevillc, Ky. Tho City Council pass
od an ordinance forbidding the dancing
sometime with relatives and that ho is of tho tango.
ONLY FOUR DAYS MORE
Saturday closes out Mualin Underwear Sale. Don't neglect its opportunities. There are certain foatures
about this sale that impresses every one. It is bigger in variety and richer in novelties, than any underwear
sale we have held bct'jre. And tho pricas suit the pocket book as accurately as the garments conform to the
fashionable figure Une This i? a sale iu ivh'ch you aimplv can't bo disappointed. Don't miss it.
WOMEN'S RAINCOATS tint are exceedingly good
looking and thorough protectors. Did you ever find
a smart tan raincoat of double texture cloth with paid
back for $5? We aro quite s-iro you have not. These
were made to sell for $Lj more.
WOMEN'S NIGHTGOWNS made of soft fleecy ser
viceable domot fUnaol in neat color stripes. The mak
ing is the very best one dollar can buy, yet you enn
select these comfortable gowns now for 75c,
A GREAT SUIT EVENT FOR THE WOMEN OF
MAYSVILLE. Great because it brings savings on suits
of handsome fabrics, correct stylos and expert tailor
ing. This season's garments absolutely perfect iu every
detail. Ready for immediate service and sure to meet
all your spring roquiremouts ol a suit. $25 Suits $15.
Also an excollont assortment ot $22 Suits for $12.
COMING-NEXT WEEK Bigger and Better Than Ever
HUNT'S GREAT LINEN SALE
Tho guago this morning Wns U3.1
feet aud falling.
"No news is good news." Nothing
'further has been heard from Mr. Thos.
A. Davif, who is ill in the Illinois Con
trill IIospit.il at New Orleans.
SUFFRAGETTES LOSE AGAIN.
Washington, February 1. The Com
ocrntic party was formally placedfon
record today as opposod to national leg
islation conferring the right of suffrage
ou women by Majority Lender Under
wood on tho floor of tho House.
County Demonstrator A. M. Casey is
investigating n case of black leg in the
county, on Mr. Davo Half hill's farm.
Mr. William Mitchell, tho county live
Block inspector, and Mr. Casey will
thoroughly investigate tho trouble on
this and other farms.
MEETING OF LADIES' AID
Tho Ladios' Aid Society of tho Soc"
ond M. E. Church South will meot this
afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. James N.
Duwsita on Houston avenue.
1 The Big Sale
The Big Store!
All over the store are Bargains, Bar
We are cleaning out all of the odd lots
at ridiculous prices.
Suits and Coats have struck the bot
tom notch. Some dandy dresses at l price.
10 per cent, discount off on Shoes.
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The same kind we have been selling
for the past 12 years. As usual, our
prices are the lowest. We buy di
rect from the mills and save you
the middleman's profit. We solicit
The Doll Winners!
No, 2,149, Mrs. Fred Cablish.
No. 4,151, Mrs. James B. Wood.
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