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1 OUR SPECIAL BLEND
mm- IS A WINNER I
Either Ground or Grain. Phone your orders to
All music young Bragloy would scorn.
But hoM limy on liimself! night aud
Ho could nut tell one note
Prom the other, tin; goat,
But he knew how to blow his own horn.
Today is the last day for discount
for February 1st gas bills.
Good First Mortgago Land Notes
Yiolding 6 and 7 Per Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
NEW PA8TIME OPENS MONDAY.
The Coloniul Amusement Company,
lessees of the Pastimo moving picture
theater, which has been making exton
sivo improvements in the interior ol
tho theater, will throw open its doors
to the public next Monday afternoon
with a matinee program.
2dr. Nelson Tnte of Lexington is
tho manager of the Pastime.
I FOR IT'S
S IN OLD KENTUCKY S
5 And We Are Right Here on the Job With a g
Full Line of Plows S
Ready to supply your every want. Such names
as "Oliver," "Syracuse" and "Eagle," the latter
made by the James H. Hall Plow Co , this city,
are 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 fad:. We are
still making good Harness and want to sell more
this year than ever before. Come in. g
MIKE BROWN, I
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Mr. Charles Bland has returned home,
after spending keveral days with friends
Miss Addio Boyd of Limestone streot,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. D
Raymond, at Mayslick.
Miss Anna Wood, daughter of Mr.
Frank Wood, of Cliftou, has rotunicd
home after a visit to her aunts at Car
lisle. Mr. John P. Cochran of Cleveland,
Ohio, is hero for a short visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobeit Cochran,
qf West Second street.
MRS. ANNA M. ZWEIGART
Aged Widow of the Lato Christian
Zweigart, Died This Morning at
Her Home, Roscmont.
. Mrs. Anna Marie Brozeo Zweigart,
aged 80 years and widow of tho Into
Christian Zweigart, died this morning
at 3:30 o'clock at, "RoRomont," her
homo on tho hill below Maysvllle.
Sho wan born in Wurtomberg, Oor
many, but resided hero the most of her
Four children, two daughters, Misses
Rosa and Carrie, who resided with
their mother, nnd two sons, Mr. Fred
gwclgart of this city and Mr. Charles F.
'Zweigart of Covington, survlVo.
Funoral announcement will be mndo
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
GoTornmeut reports, show tho steady
output of coal during the laet low
yeaTa has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
more wade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unlosp
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
The Burnett Immigration Bill, pre
.scribing a literacy test, was passed by
tho House bv a vote of 211 to 120.
:THE r 5
Frankfort. A State-wide piohibitiou
bill was introduced in the House by W.
M. Webb of Johnson County.
BELOW ZERO IN SOUTH DAKOTA
Pierre, S. D., Feb. 5. The first se
vere snowstorm of the winter prevailed
over the western part of this Stato
today and was still raging tonight. The
thormomcter, which registered early
in tho day 10 degrees bolow zero, drop
ped to 22 degrees below zero touight.
HANS SCHMIDT GETS DEATH
Now York, Feb. 5. Bans Schmidt,
ex-Priest, w-as found guilty today of
murder In the first degree for killing
Anna Aumullcr, a young woman whom
ho hud married through a self-porform
ed vcicmouy while acting as a priest
nt St. Joseph's Church. Tho penalty
for the crime is death in the electric
chair at Sing Sing prison. He will be
sentenced next Wednesday.
NOTICE PROM THE CENTRAL
Wo respectfully request all those who
nro on their way to the Central Wore
house, not to bo misled by persons along
the road telling you thnt you cannot get
your tobneco unloaded and on sale
Wo confess wo havo been very busy
nnd we are glad of it but wo havo daily
sales and can givo you prompt service
at nearly all timos.
Always como nnd sco for yourself
whether or not you can get unlouded.
CENTRAL WAREHOUSE CO.
Maysvllle, Ky. 5-4t
MANG0ES - gs
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1914.
The best all purpose lumber you can buy. This lumber can
be used for flooring, ceiling, siding or for most any purpose,
You on get it in lengths from 8 to 20 feet. Buy it now while
the price is low. i'rice $2.50 per hundred feet.
The Mason Lumber Go. "-
K555kk LEADERS n"
Cor. Second and Llmestono Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Behan.
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The cutest, daintiest and moet artistic line we bavo ever bad.
Six different lines on display, giving quite u vtiriety from which to
make a selection, and beauties, ton, with their hidden messages of
ove. For the older ones wo have, suitable for the occasion, pictures,
aalendars and books. Prices from 1 cent to $5, A big line of
T- KAOKLB1T &; OO- S
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
It. B. Adair qualified as notaiy pub
lic with W. II. Bees on bond.
SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT.
dames Banks, colored, of near Min
orvn, appeared and waived cxniniun
tion, remanded to jail.
Banks ws brought in from Minerva ,
charted with house breaking. His
friends claim lie will bo ablo to prove
Mr and Mis. Marvin Lee have i en tod
the west flat of Mr. U. M. Harrison's
big Forest avenue residence and will
tnko possession lVbiuniy IB. Wo un
derstand that Miss l.uey Baldwin and
giandp.uoiits. Mi. and Mr. C. V. Dar
mill, will uri'iipy the ent flat in this
ery doiiinliu' residence.
Mr and Mis. Charles L:nin have
moved into the Ciwhraii dwelling on
tho corner of Third and Coinrnerve
Mi and Mrs. Ittley (Outlier hi
moeil into tin pretty new cottage in
Commerce street leeonth built b her
father, Mr. It. M. Harrison
CAPITAL STOCK $2,500
Tho Maysvillo Base Ball Club of The
Ohio State League Ro-Organlzed
On Systematic Business Lines
Great Season Promised.
Last night tho base b.ill enthusiasts
of Mnyswllo got together in gre.it
Wo aio to havo a this year club.
Tho ganio is to bo clean and the
grandstand will bo void of auj thing to
Tho articles of incorporation of tm
new club were placed in the hands of
County Clerk Owens this morning.
Capital stock $2,500 300 shaies at io
per share. This however does not rep
resent all ,tho money.
Manj friends who do not wish to take
stock havo generously contributed.
Tho fund will be nearly $3,500.
Thomas L. Ewun, .1. M. Cochran, W.
W. Mcllvain and Homy J. Shea filed
tho articles of incorporation.
Maysvillo will be in tho Ohio State
League and when tho umpire calls
"Play ball!" at tho opening game
there will be tho feeling wo aro there
to stay until tho last man is out at the
close of tho scasou.
Much credit is duo to tho men who
have tho enterprise In hand for tho
manner in which they have handled it.
It insures Maysvllle a clean, manly
gamo for tho coming season.
GEORGE H. JACKSON
Colored Man Who Claimed He
Drove the Carriage Contain
ing Pearl Bryan and Her
Ono of the mofet noted characters ever
concerned in ono of the world's most
celebrated minder trials is dead.
Oeorgu II. Jackson, colored, formerly
of this city died at Springfield, Ohio,
Tuesday, uud was burled there yester
day. Jackson claims ho 'drove the hack
containing Pearl Bryan and her mur
derers, Jncksou nnd WulIIng, tho night
they carried hor from Cincinnati,
across tho bridge nnd out to near Fort
Thomas, wkero thoy murdered tho girl
and cut off hor head.
Oeorgc Jackson was tho main witness
against Jackson nnd Walling and
it was largoly on his cvidonco thnt tho
two mea wore hanged on March 20,
CAME A LONG DISTANCE TO GET
Benjamin Vertner, 31, Marion, Ohio,
and Bertha E. DoWitt, .'IL', of Lebanon,
Ohio, were married by the Rev. Minor
W. Clark yesterday.
Wnltor Iteed, 22, and Miss Ida Ouy,
21, were married by Judge V. II. Rice.
llanison Huulici, 28. nnd Mao
T.0tt.,er, 21, were also married by Judge
MAYSVILLE MAN FOUND DEAD.
Vaiicelmrg, Ky. Albert Ad kins, 22
years old, of Mnysville, Ky., was found
dead at Harrison, Ky. Ed Ford, aho
of Maysilli, was lomnl beside the body
of Adkins, but was rovhed later.
The men were lying on a pile of
Pliysn-i uis stale that the gases aris
ing liiim tin- cinders asphyxiated Ad-
closes the sale of Muslin Underwear. It presents opportunities worth
grasping. Come in and see.
THERE ARE WONDERFUL VALUES IN THIS CLEAR
ANCE OF WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR
With no consideration for legitimate prices tho Suits, Coats,
Bloiucs and Dresses of this season havo been reduced to clear the
deck foi spring stock.
Tho styles aro conservative and will not bo outlawed by this
teasor.'a passing. Tho fabrics aro excellont and are admirably
tailored. Details aro difficult in such a varied stock. The right
way is to seo these splendid bargains not to road about them.
Como In today.
COATS FOR YOUR CHILDREN
Do you want Coats for children that will stand tho strain
restless ltttlo wearers put upon them? Hunt's CoatB will that is
THE BIGGEST AND
MEETING OF THE HOLY NAME
Tho Holy Nanio Society will meet on
Sunday morning February 8th at 7:45
o'clock on Limestone streot.
JAMES M. COLLINS, Pres.
I THE LAST SALE
Is still going
One-piece Silk and Serge Dresses at j4
We only have 16 Winter Suits left on
our racks. If we can fit you well, the
price is all right.
"Royal" Linen Waists 58c.
Big reduction on Silk Shirtwaists.
Good Bleach Cotton at 7c.
We have put out another lot of the
B sfjmn our, 11 TP ife .szna-i ,aagsagffi I
ONE COPYONE CENT.
PUTTING IN A KITCHENETTE.
A very modern improvement in the
'way of a "Kitchenette" is being in
stalled in the First Presbyterian Church
building and other needed improve
ments and conveniences nro being add
RENT -1,700 AGUES TOR ?10,000.
Four thousand seven hundred ncres,
being that portion of tho farm of Cas
sius M. Clay lying in Nicholas County,
was rented Monday to Messrs. V. I).
Mclntiro, Henry Caywood, of Bourbon
and D. M. Curry. Mr. Curry has charge
of the farm, as manager for several
Tho rental is made for a period of
five years and au annual rental of $10,-
f 000 a vear. Possession is given March
Tho immense trnct will bo farmed e.x
tcnsively. About 150 acres of tobacco
will be raised.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
The Boat and Bioaest Clothinn and Shoe House in Maysvilln.
JShin RAINCOATS $5
Will buy a Double Kubberizad Cent tbat will not only be found rain proof but will aIo serve you well ai
an Overcoat, Wo are daily selling dozans of them.
Loolc in our Window and see the clasa of Suita we are soiling at $10, $12, $12,00, $15 and $17;
ot a Huit but what is worth from $5 to $10 more.
Our dooes are thoroughly advertising themselves. "Our kind" area boon to those tbat want
good footwoar. None like "Ours" sold in any other Store here, Once you try a pair of our Shoes you'll
nvqr b'i y a mi1-qUe vlqrj; tg 1 b s iro and gqt ticlcptu on nur Automobile
Oil in lins
more than 8,000 habitual
Tho C . O. has placed an older for
fourteeu locomotives with the Ameri
can Locomotive Company.
WATCH FOR IT
HUNT'S LINEN SALE
ABERDEEN HAS NEW MAYOR.
Owing to Editor Kenneth Clark's tak
ing a government position, tho mayor
alty of Aberdeen became vacant.
Prof. Charles K. Dameron was olected
to All tho vacancy.
on at a rapid speed. It 13 your absolute loss if you don't grab
some of the bargains offered.
S DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers
Mrs. John E. Wells and Mrs. M. I).
Aitkin returned Wednesday night from
their visit to Frankfort. " W. S. Max-
ev and l'amilv came in Mondnv
M. F. WILLIAMS
The erection of a loose leaf tobacco
warehouse at Owingsville seems assured.
Tho N. i W. has ordered fifty all
steel passenger coaches to be dehverod
by April 1.
as far as any garment can that la made of puro wool fabrics and
not cast iron.
The entire stock is now radically reduced.
Coats for girls 12 to 11 yoars old, $2.08. Not this season's
models but splendid values. Coats for chlldron 2 to 10 years old,
all new this season, at great reductions.
HANDSOME, ALL-WOOL SWEATER COATS
which will sorvo a dozen or more
Spring when tho Winter Coat Is discarded.
Reduced as follows:
Gray, whito, cardinal, tan, in sizes 30 to 42 for women. 7
$2.60 Sweaters $1.85.
$3.00 Sweaters 52.25.
Red, white, gray, in sizes 32, 31 for misses.
$1.75 Sweaters $1.30.
$2.00 Sweaters si oo.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEETING.
Regular meeting of ilaysvillo Coun
cil No. 1377 K. of C. this e-ening at
7:30 o'clock. A lull attendance de
sired. T. W. DItEEN, G. K
JOHN McAULIFFE, Secretary.
Royal" Scraps for Saturday. Some good
values in lace and embroideries.
Children's Dresses 15c.
Odds and ends of Lace Curtains at li
Tobacco Cotton at the Right Prices.
Best line of good Shoes and Rubbers in
Oakwood, III., and will locnte at Hills
boro. They have been living in Illinois
for the past 20 years, Flemingsburg
I Times Democrat
Come iu and give ua a
chance to fit you. Wo can
do it as well and cheaper
than going to Cincinnati.
THP THIDn CTDCCT
POWER & DAULT0N
The trial of Captain William Bay,
which wns to havo been held at Greon
up, Ky., last week, has been postponed
until the duly term of court. Captain
Hay is charged with shooting a man
from ono of his steamers.
uses now and bo roady
GOOD ADVICE TO FARMERS
A little more, careful handling
bacco boforo it is brought to marko
would result in better prices, and save
tho farmer a world of disappointment.'