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vYou haven't any more
. mSHMfcy' than thfc law al
' lovs, or have 10 pay an
Income tax; if you want
mare money you come to
Foremost Clothiers and
Overcoats and Suits Now
fcfwhlle they are being sold at the
:f reduced prices and save much
r monev. This Clothing is eood,
'. .CMll ...! J .i.ai.ai.ii.rl IA
aglve "absolute satisfaction or
" your money baok."
Geo. H. Frank & Go.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
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" Prankfort, Ky., February 3. The
Committees on llcvcnuo and Taxation
today decided to report favorably the
f 'lilll Itiftrnnulnrr 111 ftlnfft lit.ntlan fnr sn
Hfloons from $200 to $.'100 a vear.
Bid TOBACCO MEN HERE.
Messrs. Inglchart, l'atton and Hey
liohls, lending tobacco maguatcs of the
world Lave been ihtcrcated spectators
v on the Maysvillo market this week.
W- DEMOOEATS OF THE HOUSE BEAT
" ' SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE.
Washington, 1'ebruary 3. House
Democrats at a caucus tonight went on
record against tlio creation of a House
f . Committee on Woman Suffrago by a
vote- of IL'3 to 57.
TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Robert Busby of East Trout
btrcet was removed from her homo to
Wilson Hospital. Mrs. Uusby has been
'xick for tho past three mouths. An
operation will bo performed this morn-
ing in hopes of giving her permanent
MASON COUNTY COTJHT NEWS.
Equitable Trust Company of Dover,
was uppointed administrator of the es
tate of Margaret Malcy, deceased, with
is capital stock as surety.
J. Elgin Anderson of Dover, qualified
ns notary public with W. H. Mackoy as
U. S. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Washington. Every pustollico in Un
united States would bo made an em
jiloynient agency in which a list of cit
ies where labor is wanted would be kept
under a bill which Congress will be
urged to pans by Alexander Law, pros
ident of tho Eight Hour l.eaguo of
, "AMUZO" IS REAPING THE KALE,
Tho many friends of Raymond Muse
known as "An.u.:', I" -Lc-j'Jad to
) know that he is doing well. The i&vn
, whom he is assisting is ono of tho
-2$ . lpflflinrr mfl rpifi ifi no in tlm TTnifn1 CJfnfnu
',' They curry two thousand pounds of
th' batfffaco somo show for a mauician.
i&," "Thoy nro showing at tho Majestic
j7'' Theater, Osawatomie, Kansas. Hcro'e
ft to "Amuo."
DEATH OF S. T. MOEELAND AT
'"Mrs. M. C. Daily and Mrs. James
Douglas of this city wore called to
Oarlislo this morning by tho death of
their father, Mr. S. T. Morelaud.
Mr. Morcland was one of Carlisle's
most respected citizens. He had lived
a long and useful life, passing away
in his 7Gth year from diseases incident
to old age. Ho is survived by his wife
and four sons who reside in Nicholas
County and Carlisle and by two daugh
ters, Mrs. M. 0. Dally of East Second
street and Mrs. .fames Douglas of this
ERNEST N. FORSYTHE TO BE
Tho body of Ernest N. Forsythe, who
died suddenly near Harrodsburg Mon
dav afternoon, arrived in I.exincton
S-K ' . .' . . . ...
up ucsuay morning ami was tanon to iiih
ihomo on tho .Harrodsburg pike. The
K-. fuueml services will bo held at the
fcorno this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rov.
f.I, W, Porter, pastor of tho First Bap
tist Church, officiating. Interment will
lifnllnw n tta fntntlv lnt in fhn T.ntinfr.
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n ton uemetorv.
. Mr. Forsythe is survived by his wife,
'"Mr, ilnnriett.i f'orsvthe. of this cltv: n
rjbrother, Samuel Foray tho, of San Fran
B clsco, and two sisters, Mrs. W. U. Wood-
a ----- . , -- ,.
' ward, of Washington C. II., Ohio, and
"'. Mrs, "William Geary, wife of an army
r. officer now stationed in the Philippines
jjT Lexington Herald.
!Arrtil mirl Ttrmifflit tn thn CntintV
W2 Jail Charged With House Breaking
ifcr j,a in 0 s Hanks, colored, was
Hirougnt. to tuo county jail irom aw
Rrwifyestorilay, charged with liousa
iogailTo.vwlll.'hnvo his examining
"'Ono of tho ipeakcrt at n good rdnils
couvcutlou u Fort Worth recontly do
clnred that thoro aro 70,000 uneducated
children In Texas "who have never en
ten! a schoolhousc."
New York. Statistics gnthcrod by
the employment bureau of tho .Society
for Improvelhg the Condition Of the
Poor, showing that 331,000 men In New
York City are out of work.
Greenup, Ky. At tho special election
held here in Greenup County to fill tho
vacancy caused by tho death of J. A
Scott, Representative fiom tho Out'
Hundredth district, Arthur T. Brysoii,
Republican, from Fullcrton, Ky., win
elected over J. G. Pilchard, Democrat,
by n majority of 100.
NAVAL OFFIOEE TO EESUME
Liuet. Charles L. Best, who has boon
confined on Mare Island by serious
sickuess, has so far recovered that he
will resumo tho command " of the
"Stownrt" by tho middle of this
month. This is good nows to the many
friends of Lieutenant Best fiere. Ho is
a son of Mrs. Thomas L. Best of East
Second street, and Is a Mason I'ountj
TO DEFINE SCHOOL AGE 0 TO 18.
Stato Superintendent Hnrk'dala Ham
lett is preparing a bill to be introduced
in tho General Assembly making thi
school ago in this State 0 to 18 yenrst
and providing for a biennial instead ol
an nn'iual census. Tho present law in
eludes minors up to 20 years of ago.
This is considered too high botli for nn
apportionment of tho school per capita
and for making accurate comparisons
between tho census ami attendance, as
most youths over IS-still in school arc
attending college. The annual census
is e.xpensivo and unnecessary in th.
opinion of the Superintendent.
In the Cincinnati distiiet the Ohio
Rier will rise in the lower portion and
be about stationary in the upper por
tion Wednesday. The gunge at Cincin
uati Tuesday registered 31.8 feet.
Tho towboat Sprague, which left
Louis villo some time ago, is reported
to have reached Xew Orleans with her
Approximately 2,000,000 bushels of
coal uu between Louisville and Pitts
burg in tho tows of tho .1. B. 1'inley,
John A. Wood, Exporter and Duquense,
nil of which left Pittsburg Saturday.
Tho steimers have aggregate tow of
sixty-seven coal boats and six steel
FIRE LOSS HEAVIER
During Last Year in Ohio, But Number
of Blazes Was Smaller.
Columbus, Ohio. During the last cal
endar ear there were -1,030 fires in
Ohio, dning damage amounting to $8,
017,0'.,i5. Of the fires 103 were incendi
ary, the loss being $120,050.
During tho year 2,000 inspections
weie made and 2,012 orders issued. In
connection with inccndlnry fires 120 ar
rests were made, 71 convictions were "e
cur? and 35 cases aro pending.
Western Kentucky Solona Would Re
turn to tho Viva Voco System.
Fiankfort, Ky., February 3. It was
announced today by Senator II. C.
Ovcrstreet, of Daviess, and Iteprcscn
tatio Glover S. Gary, of McLean
County, who introduced a bill in each
branch of tho Legislature amending
tho present State primary law, that
they had decided to further amend tho
law by proposing a chango from the
secret ballot system to the viva voce
method of voting.
Both announce they hnd been con
vinced that tho open ballot would prove
moro satisfactory and fairer in every
respect than tho present so-called se
cret ballot. Besides, they claim that
tho State will save at least $100,000
annually by tho change, which will do
away with the costly paraphernalia and
siifiplies required to conduct elections
under tho Australian system.
SPRING IS TIME
TO WORK ROADS
The Agricultural Department Gives Ad
vice to Farmers To Get Best
Washington. In tho spring is tho
proper timo to work roads," according to
experts of tho Department of Agricul
ture. To put oft tho work until August
or September is a groat mistake, they
declnro in n statement issued, In which
soinu valuable hints are given to far
mers on tho subject.
"The roads,',' says tho department,
"should bo woiked whon tho soil is
damp, so ns to make the' soil bake
when it dries out. If tho roads arc
worked when they aro dry it takes
moro rower to draw tho machine nina
besides dry earth and dust retain mob-
turo ami quicKiy rut niter rains.
"If the working of tho roads Is lo
ferred until the lattor part of the sum
mer, when tho surface is baked dry
and hnrd, thoy aro not only difficult to
work, but tho work in unsatisfactory
when done. Bopalra to toads' Skoujd bo
I raaqtpWDen.iteeHQaa)ULB0UOBC0WK' ear
He Leavit Home a By
lie comes back a man. Have a good
photograph made of him before ho
goes out into the big world be
foro tho boyish features and ex
pression have taken on the oldor
impress. Don't trust to memory
to recall them. Memory plays
queer tricks on us all. Mako a
date with your photographer to
day and spare yourself the regrets
The Photographer in Your Towh.
Adventures of Kathlyn, Gem today.
FIEST DISTRICT PAEENT-TEACHER
A meeting oT tho Parent-Teachor As
relation of tho First District School
will take placo Wednesday Afternoon at
3 o'clock. A reading by Miss Curry
will be one of the features of the pro
gram. EEV. DR. CONDIT 73 YEARS OLD.
Rev. Dr. W. C. Condit, tho beloved
pnstor of tho First Presbyterian Church
celebrated his 73rd birthday today,
quietly at his homo on Bath avenue.
Dr. Condit is ono of tho most beloved
ministers of "tho Stateof Kentucky.
List of unclaimed lettors in the Mays
illo ppstollice week ending February I.
Bogie, L. .1.
Blown, L. 1).
Casslily, Miss Mldu
Crawford, Reed ,
Galliher, ltobeil (2)
Poller, Mrs. Edward
Smith, Mrs. Mary
One cent due on above letters. Par
ties railing for same will please say
C. MATHEWS, P. M.
FAIR AND COLDER TODAY AND
M AYSVILiE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tlous on country preJuee, telepkonatl at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Hens. . 13c
Old rootteii Co.
Gccsu . 0c.
Cincinnati, Feb. 3. Wheat dteady,
0800c; corn steady, 0970c; oats
steady, -JI(fMljc; ryo steady 03Btc.
Hog receipts 3013; market weak and
lowor; packers fS.I58.0,r); common
sows, ;f.".7o'8.in; pigfc and lights, $0
8.50; stags, $l.507.35. Cattle receipts
30,1; market steady; calves steady, $3,75
11.25. Sheep receipt H7, market
steady; lambs steady.
Provisions steady, butter easy, cream
ery extras, SO'j; creamery firsts and sec
onds, 18'j23jc; dairy, 1022; eggs
firm unchanged, poultry firm, 'spring
ors 15!.((?20e; honn, UYje; turkeys 19c.
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU
i f CLOVER SEED !
With AJI .
Ited, Papling, Al.'ke and Rweet, Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard and Pine
Tree Timoluvl Won't forget tho Dire White Oate, Flour and. 8alt.
R.lII.nP3 BROS- PHONE 191
Those who sold part or all of their crop with us will tell you that they got the
highest price on the Maysville "Market at the
Independent Warehouse !
lOur entire experienced foice is exerting every effort iu your behalf all
- the twne.
' Our Mortera grado your tobacco to the bit possible advantage.
, Our 3ales Manager la a judge of tobacco values, and can, therefore,
feet you the "top of the market' '. Tobacco must soil for its full value
on our floor.
Our .Auctioneer has your interests before him from start to finish and
he will get you all there is in it. HE KNOWS NO FAVOBITES.
All hellers are treated alike and are given & square deal.
( We 'have no dissatisfied customers. If you try us with a load you will
fee 'that it ia to your advantage to sell the balance of your crop with
The Independent Loose Leaf Tobacco Co.
yvM. OnopPHNBAOHBR. Manager.
ctts; -1 ' '.. "
fh JUL" 5 yVtCy ll-rfv
UKawwHav - . . ,'-?r. ,
VrkanVna reports the heaviest snow
In 40 years, 10 Inches being recorded.
Washington, February 3. PreSldont
Wilson hns decided to lift tho embargo
on exportation of anus to Mexico.
CLOSED SEASON FOR BEAR AND
Tho House, In n playful mood, eon
sidcrod amendments to the gamo eon
servntion bill proposing a closed sea
son to mastodon, grizzly bear, katydid
and butterflies, but let It go back to
committee with power to report nny
1 1 nio. i
Washington, Feb. 3. All Asiatic ex
clusion amendments to tho immigration
bill were defeatod in the House. Tho
Hayes-Lenroot amendment was beaten
103 to CI after an overwhelming de
feat of a similnr amendment by Rep
TO AMEND COUNTY LOCAL
Frankfort, Ky., February 3. Senate
committee favorably reported tho bill
requiring only 25 per cent, of the vot
ers of a county instead of each precinct
to sign n local option election petition.
Tho House committee favorably report
ed an anti-pass bill and rejected a
2-eent faro bill.
ENSILAGE FATAL TO HORSES.
(Fiankfort Stato Journal.)
Dr. II. L. Casey, Assistant Veterin
ary in the Department, of Agriculture,
has returned to Frankfort from a trip
to Adair County where ho went at the
direction of Stato Commissioner of
Agriculture J. W. Newman, to investi
gate the death of 11 horses within thirty-six
hours from defective ensilage.
Dr (isoy found that the ensilage in
question had developed ptomaine poison
from mouldy com and that this was the
causo of death to the stock. Several
eases have been reported of cattle hav
ing succumbed to tho same kind of
Dr. Casey said ho would recommend
that farmers use moro care in feeding
ensilage to horses, nml that if fed at all,
it should bo used with an added ration
such as good hay. However, it would
he. better not to feed it to horses, he
"Cattle thrive on good ensilage,"
said Dr. Casey.
A Barrel of
And it is made right suit
taste is right.
Fancy Vegetables and
For the benefit of those tbnt
did not try our 25c value in
Coffee the price will remain
An !eiuic Uuiil February 8'h,
J. C. CABLISH
Formerly of the Farmers Warehouse.
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THE BUSINESS MEN
nr fully iwire or the villus of Kood dreuUK i t
hml&Mi Mitt. They regard welt mule, ported
nt,tlnrUlfti much cj n ieutlli tbeal
irrtlr qualltlii ot x woil kept itort or otUie.
Si i cmly nneitton ll who U tbe tailor whp co
ike (Mia tbe noit itlifcUry idumenUf
Tbere eft be no qtKttloa ot doubt l( you fU"
your order irlth u. ICemember tbltlilbe ouly
ttorelu thli leollbn where you cu liuy UU. V.
Prroe't mie to mtiuee olothei, see vie new
brown we Me ibowUn tor 118 tola, tbey ere
teputert, Remember we reptlr ell oar dry cleec
work free of ohergeln e worknienllke loeuocr,
C. F. McNAMARA,
, H WeitrrortteHreet. MnytvUn, Mr
Have yon ever tried our way
of borrowing money to pay for
You, ot course, know that
moat farms arc sold (or ono
third cash and the balance of
the payment is represented by
lieu notes due in one and two
i years. Yfiu also know that
there aro times when it is im
possible to pay theao notes
when they become due.
Our specialty is lending B
5 raouoy on good farms for Q
B LONG l'U10D3. Wouldo.'t
I you rather have live years to H
C pay tbe balance than two years? m
Anv one exnectine to buy
Q farm this March will do well
to come in and consult us about
gCIMUK IUD lUUUUy, ma
h We have been giving satis
E factory service for 24 years.
I Union Trust and
5 Savings Co.
S Maysville, - - Kentucky
A Jewish synnyoguo Is to bo erected
OBJECT TO BANK DEPOSIT LAW.
I'Vankfort, February 3. Bankers
from all parts of Kentucky appeared be
foin t tin Semite, meeting In committee
of tho wholo, this afternoon to protest
apnluit tlio j)aisago of the Scott bill
to create u fund to guarantee bank
A7V, filtnrnsin t A&rrrllttmrntt wuttf
j.iu wiuiyoj lt,e
tieaJlny cf " Help
Winltit,""Lot" and "FnunJ," anil pot exrrrdlng
thrtr llnrt ii tenath, ure FHKK In all.
AVNo Ilutklnnv Adr-rtlemnU lnetrtl
It annetti fall to fomr the flrtt time, we InvUe at
Tlany repetition at are necwtarift teeure tnhnt you
Mtrrrtlte for. -Il'e teUh advertliirt to feel that (ftri
jre not tmixulng on ui tit tiling our free tolumnt.
fAilierllter Ml'BTlirnfiA eopy.icMcn ear bt
'tfl U the office or mil by mall.
THK VBLW LXDOKH,
Mo. to XaU mini titrett.
WANTI.I) TO RIJNT Small cottage of
.'! or 4 roonia for ouo year Apply to
llo -V, Mayaville, or It. B. . ." 6t
KWITIOM WANTED Youug ambi
tious school boy desires t. work after
2 o'clock (jaeh day and on Saturday.
J'lt-asi) leuio word at tills o ill re or
pliouu No. 3.
WANETD A colored girl about 15
years old. Apply nt Mre. P. W.
Wheeler's, No. 231 West Hecond St.
WANTED Washing to do at home
back of Home Warehouse.
WANTED Dining room girl. Apply
at L'14 Sutton street.
SALESMEN WANTED $75.00 por
month and all expenses to begin. Kx
perience not absolutely necessary.
Take orders from dealers for Cigar
ettes; Cigars; Suuff; Smoking aad
Chowing tobaccos. PENN COM
PANY, Station O New York. 2m-dl2
FOIt l.'ENT House on Market street,
noxt to Drcsscl's tailor hop. Apph
to Mrs. Fitzgerald.
FOIt ltENT-Two front office rooms
Call nt UU Court street. 3 01
FOB BENT fl room cottages and 0
room flats, now, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot and cold water, one
floor, tho acmo of economy, comfort
and convenience. Kxcellont location,
Fourth and Plum streets. J. M.
FOIt SALE A fine rosewood EMER
SON' Grand Squaie PIANO, excellent
tone, fluest inuke, In good condition,
ami without a blemish. Price reason
nblo. Call PHONE 383, Maysville.
FOR SALE A due, largo ROLLER
TOP DESK, cnu be had at a bargain.
Can be seen in Room 5, Fifth Floor,
First National Hank Ilullding, Mays
villo. Elevator. 3-0t
BARBER FIXTURES FOR SALE
Threo chairs, stands, mirrors cases,
etc. Will dispose of same at a bar
gain. Complete- outAi for 3-chalr
shop. McQUIRE &, MAOKHY, at
Nash's old stand, Market St., Mays
ville, Ky. j8-tf
LOST Bunch of keys, belonging to the
Maysvillo Wnter Co. Please lenve at
this oflico or call phono 2.
LOST Pocket-book with $2 bill, small
change and three koysj, Reward if
retuiucd to Mrs. lIaniioa0. Curran,
No. 7 East Fouth street. 3-0t
LOST A collection book botween Com
merco street and Chenoweth's Drug
Store. Finder please return to the
Metropolitan Ius. Co.'s oflico and re
LOST Qold stick pin with pearls be-
tweon, Traxei's uoaiecnouary more
nnd Rink. Finder please return to
Havo you seeu tho lovely canton crepes, crepe voiles, rstines,
etaminos and all the new spring goods now on sale at Horflicb's?
This is to bo a lace season and we are offering the largest
stock of laces ever shown in Maysvillo at prices that will sell on
sight. Wonderful lace bargaine from 2X0 a vard up to the
handsome Tunic J.ces and Voiles that will be the rage this
spring and summer.
New goods aro boing bought daily in the Eastern markets
and it will pay you to join tbe crowd and see wb.Ht is new. item,
nants short lengths, and odd pieces at bargain prices. Get a
Quarterly Fashion Book and know the llet style.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
We merely were closing out
an extra line of Gns Stoves.
Como and see our unrivaled
goods and judge for yourself,
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Stroot.
The Wright Way
to Smoke Meat.
By using the Wright Way of
curing meat you can have
the best meat that can possi
bly be produced.
The Wright Way is to use
Wright's Ham Pickle re
making sugar-cured meat and
then smoke with Wright's
Smoke. For sale by
JOHN C. PECOR
H. 8. ELLIS, Agent
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sfibedule effwllte Nov.
3ft, Ittltt. Sutleot to ohfta(
ITBAIN8 I.KAVK MAYSVILLE, KY.
6:3y e.m., 8:IW . m.,
8:l p. mHdlly.
B-.Sbe.n., Kits e. m
V.ib p. m., B-.C3 p. m.,
8:W . m., B:8u p. m.,
o,(up,m..aiiT, iooi. i
W. W. WIKOKK. Aceat.
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a store is the ele
ment which gives a sign its greatest value as an
advertising medium and investment. The Im
pression it makes is good. It blazes forth to
the public that there is business enterprise,
merchandise and methods up-to-date. It af
fects the entiro atmosphere of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the Times. AJ
MAYSVILLE GAS CO. V
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To ua Bervice meana this: To sell only
tho b8t merchandise to bo had; to give
what you waut whon you want it; to
gladly refund your money if we fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Sohuffnrr &
Marx Suit and Ovorcoat for tlio prico
you usually pay for tho inferior kind.
Our stock of Shoos. Hate, Shirts and all
the little accessories aro selectod with
great care, Como in and tost ua out;
it's worth while.
J. WESLEY LEE,
! ttTUF ennn ni OTHER HAN.
talking about is the splendid qual
ity of our fine old Rye Whlaky.
It ia mellow, rich flavored and
pure, and makes a most delightful
highball or bracing drink. It Is
matchless in its medicinal prop
erties, too, and it never gives ono
a headache. If you are a critic of
good liquors, you will be pleased
to iccommond this brand after tho
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY.
IHAYBYII.I.E. K X.
Looelaod Lopk (.Offioe Mo.EfiS.
niiUnoe Pbonei f Heeldenoe Mo. W.
Livery, Feed v
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
Sinomk and Market Streats.
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