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And it's coming as "lire no
fate, because the people know
where to flud the Rood cloth
- ing at the best prices. Vou
can't take their eyo off the
bean polo by telling them to
take a chance. They ire not
like the crosseyed man.
Thoy are going where they
aro looking and you bet your
bottom dollar they are buy
ing. Why? Because the
the Olotbin is all new 1914 x
.stylos, guaranteed, and what
is more they are waited on by
clover gentlemen who can
pat them on the back three
times before they can turn
around. Come in and enjoy
Geo. H. Prank & Co.
Haysville's Foremost Clothiers.
Failures January weie
against 1,814 n year before.
MASON COUNTY TOBACCO GOBS
TO THE BOTTOM.
- Fifteen hogshead of Mason County
hurley tobacco, shipped by the .1. P.
Taylor Co., from Mnysvillc, went to
' tho bottom of tho ocean with the steam
ship Monroe, which was rammed and
sank by tho big liner Nantucket last
Friday morning, when there was a great
Joss of life and property.
First District Parent-Teacher Associa
tionMiss Alleno Curry Kecites.
Yesterdaj- afternoon at 3 o'clock the
First District Parent-Teacher Associa
tion met in the KirM District School
Mrs. Clarke lingers in the chair.
Miss Allene Curry gave n reading.
"An Old Sweetheart of Mine."
Tho reading charmed the members
who would have willingly listened to
nnother, hut Miss Curry declined. Ml
Curry will eoine again.
The chair called for the leading of
Tho Association had received :i com
munication lrom O. A. Hill & Rro., in
which they stated that they would wire
tho building 'for $."i0. To meet thi-i
expense tho Association is to have a
Qoorgo Washington Hirthday Sale, Feb
This Association i a lively club and
aro hustlers, the other association?
will havo to get a move on them to
keep the pace set by the Kirst District.
Miss Alico Lloyd and Mrs. Desha Breck
.. inridge Malto Strong Appeals. For
V Popular Support of Important
'. The following two letteis from Mis.
Alico Lloyd and Mrs. Desha Hreckin
ridgo aro of timely importance to all
women and appeal to every voter:
To tho Friends of' Woman Suffrage "
Tho following letter fiom Mrs. Breck
inridge explains itself. Tho.se who are
in earnest in their advocacy of Woman
Suffrago should not fail to write to
Mr. Bced and Senator Hagby.
Tho bill before tho Oenernl Assembly
providing for an Amendment to our
Stato Constitution admitting women to
tho clectorato will not be passed unless
tho people interested manifest that
interest. "Write at onc0 to our lleprc
ecntativo nnd Senator requesting them
to attend the hearing on February 0 aiH
to voto for tho bill.
President Mason County Woman Suf
Lexington, Ky., .Ian. l!fi, 1014.
Miss Alice Lloyd,
My dear Miss Lloyd:
It has been necessaiy to postpone the
public hearing before the Committee on
Suffrago from Wednesday, February 4.
to Monday, February Hth, at 8 o'clock.
When Mr. Miller went to engage the
dining room for Wednesday night lie
found that it was already engaged to
the State Game and Fish Commission
that has gotten speakers to come from
Washington to speak before that Com
mission on that date, so our friends at
Frankfort thought It bettor to postpone
our hearing to onday.
' I am sorry to have caiwod you the
trouble of writing twice to your ben-
rit'or jand Uepresentntivu, and having
o'thers to write twice, and yet, It may
havo au excellent eftect upon them to
havo a number show sulllcleiit interest
to write to them twice, nud therefore,
Ii'hope you will write and get all oth
era whom you can influence to wrlto
' urging them to bo present ut tho meet
lr MatwIbv nl.rM Pnliriuirv Oth. ill the
I- lm-& dining room of the Capital Hotel.
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y ii, -T-i in, .flow jersey is intense; u woum nave
Tdjoicod your heart to see tnat miercsi
cyinced at the session of the Legisla
ture to which a number, ot whom I was
-one, spoke Wednesday.
Itfiall ho hack in Lexington Monday,
February 2nd, nnd hope, I shall find n
letter from you when t return.
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C0MMITTB8 TAVORB WOMAN
Frankfort, Ky., February 4. tho bill
jiorvidlug for n voto on the constitution
al amendment extending equal suffrage
to women was reported favorably in the
House today by the Committee on Suf
frago and Election.
Osborn Bridge, N. J. "You are. tho
1,1 llth couple I have married siuco I
we,nt Into the ministry thirty years
ago," said the Ttcv. Henry D. Rogers,
pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
Church lu this village, as he tied the
nuptial knot for Miss Marlon Solim nnd
MEETING OP WOMAN'S CLUB.
The Woman's Club will meet at th.
Public Library February Oth at 2 p. in.
Mr. Frank H. Clarke will speak on the
health and sanitary condition of tho
city. A round-tablo discussion by Miss
Casey, Miss Yancey, Mr. Winslow Ball
and others will follow. The Lenten tea
will bo given by tho hostesses, Misses
Elizabeth Barbour nnd Hilda Threlkeld.
WHY NOT VACCINATE THEM WITH
Fiankfott, Ky., February 4. The
statement that Senator J. F. Porter,
of Webster County, is confined to his
room in Frankfort with smallpox caus
ed an excited conference in the olllce
of President McDermott this morning
when the proposal for n general vaccin
ation of the members of the assembly
INTERESTING NOTES PROM
There have been no cased of smallpox
developed from tho original light case
and the quarantine of tho Bichnrd
Cordrey homo will be raised within a
Mr. .lolin W. Osborne continues quite
ill nnd his friends havo hope of his
ultimate recovery under the care of a
Mrs. Dora Donahue and Mrs. Collins,
mention of whoe illness was made last
week, are both still confined to their
beds, with but slight improvement in
Some time ago the town of Dovei
mncadami.ed their streets with the
nffall of mussel shells from the button
factory in that town. The chickens of
that town are now eating up the streets.
According to the Xews tho old hens
are playing "button, button, who got
the button.'' in plaeo of laying thirty
cent egg-. Falmouth Outlook.
Loose Leaf House In Dover.
Some yeais sign, when loose leaf sales
houses were being established in various
towns in the Hurley Helt, The Xews urg
ed that in-li a house would pay in
Dover, mid would be a great conveni
ence t the giowers in this neighbor
hood. At that time the objection was
urged that buyers would not attend
sales in a small town. It has later been
proven y artual experience that the
buyers will go wherever there are sales,
and there is no reason why our produc
ers should take their tobacco to sur
rounding markets when Dover could
be made as good a market ns any of
them. We undeistand tbero is strong
talk of a loc:il sales house in Dover
another year. Tho west end of Mason
County and the east end of llrackeii
produces not only good but the very
best tobacco, nnd we feel safe in pre
dieting that this vent's eioji will be
sold at home.
WOULD END POOLING
Of Kentucky Tobacco Growers If Pro
posed New Anti-Trust Bills
Washington, February 4. That Sec
tion 1 of the Sherman law "definition"
bill, one of the five trust bills now being
cousideied by the House committeo on
the .ludiriuiy, would put tho Kentucky
tobacco pools out of business, was the
assertion made today by former Mayor
Seth Low of New York in tho course
of the hearings on the bill. Ho warned
the committee that the bill contained
ill-considered provisions that would
work out differently than intonded or
expected. Congressman Thomas of Ken
tucky pointed out that Kentucky pool
ing had at times doubled tho prico of
tobacco, which later entered into inter
"That would be clearly illegal undei
this bill,'' said Mr. Low, "and not only
tobacco pooling, but farmers co-operative
associations generally 'would be
1 will sell at Public Auction ut my
farm one. and ono-lialf miles West ot
Wednesday, February 11, 1914
at 10 o'clock a. m., the following prop
crty to-wit: .
One horse, six years old; 1 Mule, six
years old; 1 Mare, five years old; 1
Mure, four years old; 1 Marc, nine yoars
old; 1 Unbroko Filly, throe yoars old;
nil good heny farm horses and well
hroko except tho filly. Also 25 owe
and farming utensils of all kinds.
TERMS All sums of 10 and undei
cash; sums over that amount n credit
of twelve- months will ho given pur
chaser without Interest,
. .'... ., EVT. kirk;,
II; O. IWNKXH9, Auctioneer, ,
He Leavos Home si Bsy-
io comes back a man. HaVo (V.gooa
photograph made of him before he
... Auk lis Va Vl t trrr1r1.1iA.
goes out into the big world he
fore the boyish features and ex
pression have taken on the older
Impress. Don't trust to memory
to recall them. Momory plays
queer tricks on us all. Make a
dato with your photographer to
day and spare yourself the rogreta
The Photographer in Your Town.
The meicantile storo of Counoway
Jackson & Son of Evcleigh, was destroy
ed bv fire. The loss was about $1,800.
HESITATE TO SIGN UP FOR FIVE
At thp recent meeting of tho Anti
Saloon League In this city, it was a
matter of some surpriso that tho peoplo
were asked to pledge money for five
years. This may be new in Maysville,
but tho friends and tho enemies aliko
should know that tho Anti-Saloon
League for years has thus secured its
sinews of war. It is no child's play
with the League.
SNOW TODAY AND FRIDAY;
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tlons on country produoo, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tlia E. L. Manchester Pro
Old roosters Cc.
Cincinnati, Feb. 4. Wheat steady,
98!ic; corn steady, Cf)70c; oats
steady, -ll41jc; rye steady, C30le.
Hog receipts L'5211; steady; packers,
$8.fl0S.0Ti; stags, l.737.25. Cattle
receipts 40.1; active .ind strong; heifers,
$4.7r".8."; ealves steady. Sheep re
ceipts lii.'l; steady, lambs steady, .r.7."
Provisions steady, butter steady, eggs
easy, prime firsts M'C'C; firsts, SJILTt'j;
seconds, -i-'e; poultry tirin, springers,
15''J0e; hens, Lie; turkeys, l!e.
WK CAN SUPPLY YOU
Ked, Hapliug, Alsyke anil Hweet. Kauturky Blue OraaB, Orchard and Pine
Tree Timothy. Don't forget the nice White Oats, Flour and Salt.
ROUSTS BROS- PHONE 191
Those who sold part or all of their crop with us will toll you that they got the
highest price on the Maysville Market at the
Our entire experienced force Is exerting every effort in your behalf all
Our sorters grade your tobacco to the best possible advantage.
Our Sales Manager is a judge of tobacco values, and can, therefore.
get you the "top of the market' '. Tobacco must sell for its full value
on our floor.
Our Auctioneer has your interests before him from start to finish aud
lie will get you all there is in it. HE KNOWS NO FAVORITES.
All sellers are treated alike and are given a scpiare deal.
We have no dissatisfied customers. If you try ua with a load yon will
Fee that It is to your advantage to sell the balance of your crop with
The Independent Loose Leaf Tobacco Co.
WM. QROPPENBAOHER, Manager. Formerly of the Farmers Warehouse.
jf jmf m CM&
Hoforo tho United States Government "granted us a
chartor to do a bankiug hupirieas, they investigated carefully
and made absolutely sure that there were men of high char
acter a woll ai money behind our bank. A National bank is
reetricted in doing busiuess according to tho National -Hanking
laws, and tho U. S. Government Bank Examiners from tho
Treasury Department at Washington hco that thoso laws ro
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
' A hiiguiiltmbor of eitlrens of Pike
llmiHl-"t. ... iSt.Aita I ir OAlri rt i of frt Mrt fib
ftgnn9t tho proponed creation of a new
county out of tlio onstern portion of
Frankfort, Ky., February 4. The tax
mensiiie drafted by a special commis
sion of which W. O. Davis, of Versailles,
was chairman, was reported in the
limine without expression of opinion.
A Statu flag bill and anti-third do
grees bill were introduced In tho Senate.
Tlie House committee recommendod
for passage tho eight months' school
term bill, nuti-tlpplng bill and a
$500 retail liquor dealers' licenso bill.
Tho Special House committeo this
morning reported upholding tho right
of Wnllis Bniloy of Magoffin County, Be
publican to his seat. Irvin Bach, Dem
ocrat, contested it. Tho report was
Tho Prieo bill giving tho Governor
tho right to authorize magistrates to
perform marriage ceremonies was pass
ed by tho Houso unanimously. Tho
Mount bill cutting tho pay of legislators
from $10 to $5 per day was killed, as
was tho bill of Representative Spnhn,
of Louisville, to allow n girl 18 years
old to marry without tho consent ol hor
A Barrel of
And it ii made right and
taBte Is right.
Fancy Vegetables and
For tho benefit ot those that
did not try our 2 fie value in
Coffee the price will remain
as beforn until February 8th.
J. C. CABLISH
CLOVER SEED !
T vfijL Jl srJttHIH lii
i m l,w" . vau,, IT. . I-J'I-IB Mill
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Have yo ever tried onj- way
ol borrowing money to pay (or
You, ol course, know that
most farms aro Bold tor ono
third cash And the balance ol
the payment is represented by
lion notes due in ono and two
years. Vou also know that
there are times whon it is im
possible to pay these notes
when they become due.
Our specialty ia lending H
money on good (arms (or
LONG 1'ERIODsl. Wouldn't
you rather have five years to 5
pay the balance than two yearB?
Any one expecting to buy
(arms this March will do well
to come in and consult us about
B -nttr- Mm mnnon
We have been giving satis- H
factory sbrvice (or 24 years. JJ
Union Trust and a
8 Savings Co. i
Maysville, - - Kentucky!
Houston, Texas. Property damage
estimated at nearly $1,000,000 was dono
nt Clinton, Texas, when 20,000 hales of
cotton wero either consumed or badly
dnmuxed by fire.
BUYS $2,350 0-OYLINDER HUDSON.
Kirk Bros, havo delivered to Mr. Ar
thur Oliiscock, of near Maysville a
"Hudson-0"; prieo $2,:!j0, which is one
of the handsomest family autos over
sold in this county.
Tho new ear is cquippod with every
convenience and is beautiful, fast and
right up to tho minute.
XtU J IIWI U&i tite
lirodtw of "Ittllt
M'imtiJ,""LoU" an.1 "ibuml," anj not ejettdtng
thue line 1 1 length, ar FEK In all.
"!fo naalniw AdterlUrincnU ItiMtird
If antuem fall to cumrlht flrtt time, we Invite at
nani repetition at are nrcuirvto teeurn wtuit you
tteertlie. fiir. ttt't UA advertiser to eel that thei
jreiiot Imitating on ui li wtnanar rre tntumm.
OlfAititrtUert uilaT urnjA ropy, wlliA ran U
left at tht uilee or tent by mall.
ran runuo L&pmau,
To. 1 Ktut Third Street.
WAN'TKl) TO ItKNT Smull cottage of
3 or -t rooms for ouo year. Apply to
Mux X, Muysville, or it. It. 3. 30t
POaiTlO.V WANTED Youug ambl
timia school hoy desires to work after
2 o'clock each day and on Saturday.
IMeae leave word at this office or
phone No. 3.
WANKTD A colored girl about 15
years old. Apply at Mrs. P. Y7.
Wheeler's, No. 221 West aecond St.
WANTED Washing to do at home
hack of Home Warehouse.
WANTED Dining room glrL Apply
at 214 Suttou street.
SALESMEN WANTED $75.00 per
mouth aud all expenses to begin. Ex
perience not absolutely necessary.
Take orders from dealers for Cigar
ettes; Olgars; St-uff; Smoking and
Chewing tobaccos. PENN COM
PANY, Station O New York. 2m-dl2
FOIt KENT Houso on Market street,
next to Drossel's tailor shop. Apply
to Mrs. Fitzgerald.
POIt KENT Two front offico rooms
Call at 21-1 Court street. 30t
FOIt BENT 0 room cottages and 0
room flats, new, neat, sauitary, gas,
hath, toilet, hot and cold water, one
floor, the acnio of economy, comfort
and convenience. Excellent location,
Fourth aud Plum streets. J. M.
KOU HALE A fino rosewood EMER
SON Grand Square PIANO, oxcollont
touo, llnost make, in good condition,
ami without a blemish. Prieo rousou
able. Call PHONE 383, Maysville.
FOR SALE A flno, largo ROLLER
TOP DESK, can bo bad at a bargain.
Can bo seen in Room 25, Fifth Floor,
First National Bank Building, Mays
ville. Elovator. 3-flt
BARBER FIXTURES FOR SALE
Throe- chairs, stands, mirrors cases,
etc. Will dispose of samo at a bar
guin, Comploto outfit for 3-chair
shop. McOUTRE MACKBY, at
Nash's old stand, Market St., Mays
ville, Ky. j8-tf
LOST Bunch of keys, belonging to the
Miiysvlllo Water Co. Pleano leave at
this office or call phono 2.
LOST Pocket-book with 2 hill, small
rhungti and threo keys. Reward if
returned to Mrs. Hannah O. Cumin,
No. 7 East Fouth street. 3-0t
LOST A collection book hotween Com
morco street and Chenowcth's Drug
Store. Finder please return to the
Metropolitan In, Co. office sad, re
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Have you soon tho lovely canton crepes, crepe voilea. ratines,
etamines and all the new spring goods now on sale at Hoeflich'e?
This ia to he a lace season and wo are offering the largest
stock of lacoa ever shown in Maysvillo at prices that will sell on
sight. Wonderful lace bargains from 2c a vard up to the
handsome Tunic Laces and Voiles that will bo the rage this
spring and summer.
New goods are being bought dally in tho Eastorn markets
and it will pay you to join the crowd and seo what is new. Rem
nants short lengths, aud odd pieces at bargain prices. Get a
Quarterly Fashion Book and know the lHtet style.
R05ERT L. H0EFLICH
9 -11 'and 213 MARKET STREET.
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
We raoroly wore closing out
an extra line of Gas Stoves,
Come and see our unrivaled
s;ood9 and judge for yourself.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Street.
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 for
making sugar-cured meat and
then smoke with Wright's
Smoke. For sale by
JOHN C. PECOR
t6:40 tn.48i&i pm
11:1k p ...,. tlMin
I'XSpm 1:15 pm
Dally tKxoepI Bttndu
U. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Hnbedule nftectlf Nov,
30,1918. Subeol to cbngi
ITRAIMS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
fl'.S'J . m., 8:3S . m.,
6:30 .m., Site . m.,
1:40 p. rn.. 8:03 p. m..
10:89 p.m. dllr.
B:. ta., 5:80 p.m.,
7.S3 p. in.,weelc-i3yi.
OKU p.m.. OMIT, JOOW I
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 entire atmosphere of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and Dublisbes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are Now Ready to!
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Give Vou Our Service!
To ua service moans this: To Kell only
the best merchandise to be had; to givo
what you waut when you want it; to
gladly refund your money if we fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Schaffoer &
Marx Suit and Overcoat for the prico
you usually pay for. the inferior kind.
Our stock of Shoes, Hats, Shirts and all
the Httlo accessories aro selected with
great care, Como in and tost us out;
it's worth while.
f. WESLEY LEE,
THE 600. CLOTHES MAN, Steel " Market Strfftf
talking about la the splendid qual
ity of our fine old Bye Whisky.
It is mellow, rich flavored, and
pure, and makes a most delightful
highball or bracing drink. It ia
matchless in its medicinal prop,
erties, too, and it never givea one
a headache. If you are a crltio of
good liquors, you will he pleased
to -recommend this brand after the
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - KENTUCKY.
;!. rimffoiloSST W i& tKlDBSi.
P1ATHTI UB. KY,
Looal and Long lOfilM No. 66.
DlittncA Phone Keildeuce Ho. 117.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
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