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"V Wo will hnvo n carload of No. 1 corn
! tho Llmestono switch. Phono 145
DUNBAR & 1IUQHES.
irs. A. F. Currnn left tills morning
for ft few days visit to her cousiu, Mrs.
Dr. F. M. Smith, who is quite ill nt hor
home In Dover.
HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE.
Fotty-fivo head of horso3 nnd mulos
Will bo sold nt public auction at Goorga
Follltt's livory stable Tuesday, Fob
ruary 21. Thirty head of No. 1 draft
marcs, from 4 to 7 years olduwoll brok
on, 5 good match teams. This is a
chanco for tho farmers,
th-samo WELLS BROS.
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I' FOR IT'S
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 "Eaylc." the lnttcr
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2 made by the James H. Hall Plow Co , this city,
j are too well known to you farmers fbr us to say
M more. All we say is "Come in and buy. You
5 are very welcome."
3 Mike Brown's Plow Harness
S 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 ior it when it was new. It's a fadl. We are
Q still making good Harness and want to sell more
this year than ever before. Come in.
fJOIIAPP rPAT MAN
Mr. Jeff Thomas left yesterday after
noon for Memphis, Tonu., where ho will
visit his brother.
Charles Cox returned homo yesterday
after a short visit with relatlvos nt
Washington, D. C.
.. J. B. Durrett and Yfillinm Trouts,
Jr., havo returned from a sojourn of ton
doyq at French Lick Springs, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Daugherty and
son Hiram, of Covington, aro guests
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dough
erty of tho Contral Hotel.
Miss Minerva Stockton of Maysvillo,
who has been tho guest of hor cousin,
Thco. Kirk, and Mrs. McCorinack, has
roturnod home. Covington nows in
NEWS FROM THE SICK.
Miss Alice Lloyd .and Mrs. l'anny
Hayes, who aro ill at their apartments
in tho Hnrbeson flats aro reported much
Improved this morning.
Tho many friends qf Mrs, Judith A.
ltico, mothor of County Judgo Kico and
Mr. Jeflt Bice, will bo ploasod to know
that sb'e is getting along nicely .
Mr. Prank Hnucke, tho gonial city
mull carrlor, continues to Improvo at
his homo on Forest avonuo.
Mrs. Bobort Busby is improving and
sho will in a short tlmo bo ablo to be
removed to her homo from tho Wilson
SWEET MELON MANtiOES-ag
Vry fine ONION and OUOQMBKR PIOKLES. Thus
ar both BITTER and OHBAPER than you aa make them.
YafoybOBa nt tor a Jar today.
MHi'ti, ' OUSEL CONRAD
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Govern mont reports show tho steady
outnut o( coal during the last (ew
ypaTs has made the dealers push (or
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
more Wade your trade by giving
you a greater value (or your money.
You will never get out ol debt unloss
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Mrs. T. S. iteDonald iu East Second
street is confined to hor room with a
sevoro attack of grip.
Herman Stnpleton, aged "0, of Oor
inantown, nnd Lela E. Colviu, 20, of
lVrnlcaf; Johu A. Fostor, aged 30, of
l'omleaf and Dolla F. Staplcton, agod
21, of Ocrmantown, wore married nt
Washington yosterday by Eov. Hallon.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS 50 YEAES
Today is tho fiftieth anniversary, thj
golden jubileo, of tho organization o
tho Knights of Pythias; iu ovor sovon
thousand cities, towns, and villagos i
tho United States and Canada thoru
will bq today colebrationa of tho insti
tution of thijt organization.
GIRL'S BASKET BALL GAME
Here Tomorrow Night Botwoon Paris
and Maysvillo High School Teams.
A vory oxciting gamo of Basket Ball
will bo played Friday night botwoon
tho Girls' Basket Ball Team of tho
Maysvillo and Paris High Schools.
Tho Paris team is a vory strong ono,
having played games with a number of
tho collogcs of tho State. In a game
on thoir floor last year, they defoated
our local girls' team. On this account,
tho Maysvillo girls havo boon practic
ing vory strenuously and aro playing in
bottor form than at any timo during
Sinco this important gamo is to bo
played in our High School Auditorium,
a largo crowd of motors and spectators
should bo prcsont to encourago tho girls
with their enthusiasm.
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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. THURSDAY,
Wa now have it We are positive it will not be Bold at this
price again during this year. Oomo and get It while it lasts.
This lumber can be used for outbuildings, cheap barn siding
or most any purpose except fine finishing work Buy it now.
You will need it before you can get it again at this pries.
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Second and Llmestono Sta. Phone 519. MAVSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
A now, cloan stock of
fruits nt Dingor Bros'
old stand on Market street. Glad to
havo you call.
19-3t ED RICIIESON.
REVIVAL AT MUEPHYSVILLE
Tho rovlvnl at tho Murphysvillo M. E
Church continues to grow In interest.
Thcro has been thirty-nino added to
tho church, twenty-two of whom woro
NO TOBACCO SALES YESTERDAY.
Thoro wore no tobacco sales yostor
day at any of tho Maysvillo houses.
Tho season is not over; it's just tho
weather conditions that prevent tho
farmers from bringing in tho uced.
From ono to two million pounds will
be sold here beforo tho breaks close.
THE BUYING IS QOOD IN
Mr. W. S. Tomlin and wifo of Aber
deen woro shopping in Mnysvillo ye
torday. Thoy havo rccontly bought
now homo, and they know where to
como to got tho furnishings Mays
villo is tho town.
SUSTAINED A SEVERE FALL.
Miss Alborta Lumau of tho Luman
Sisters Millinery Stole met with a sor
ious accident about 11 o'clock yester
day, as sho was crossing tho alley bo
twoon tho First National Bank and E.
A. Robinson's cigar store
Sho slipped and fell ou the sidewalk,
tho fall jarred her considerably but for
tunately no bones woro broken.
Mrs. William L. C.irtor of Limostono
slrcot, ontortainod with a social Wcu
nosday ovoning iu honor of hor guosts,
Missos Fannio Coylo and Anna Shrout,
of Owingsvillo. Music was onjoyed
until 10 o'clock when delightful refresh
ments woro sorvod.
Thoso prosont woro Missos Julh
Blytho, Poarl Blytho, Lottio Bowling,
Anna Shrout and Fannio Coylo. Messrs.
Nelson Breozo, Will Ed Jacobs and Otto
MISS REBECCA AVERILL
To Address Tho Woman's Club Tomor
Miss Robocca Avorill of Traukfort,
chairman of tho Philanthropy Depart
ment of tho Stato Federation of Wom
an's clubs will spoak at tho Woman's
club mooting at tho Public Library to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
BASE BALL BENEFIT
At The Washington Thoator Last Night
Marrod By tho Rain. Howovor
Big Crowds Attonded.
Tho boneflt given last night at the
Washington Theator for tho Maysvillo
Base Ball Company was woll attonded
and a most ploaslng program shown.
Bridges' orchestra addod much to tin"
oujoymont pf tho evening and many re
marked that it would bo a big hit for
tho -shingtou should it contlnuo this
oichcstra at ovory performance.
Tho procoods last evening nearod the
$100 mark. But for tho rain $150 would
havo been tho rocolpts.
Is it poaslblo tbat already "Tho
Weather Man" has begun to knock tho
the Maysvillo Base Ball clubf
But with such "Boos tors" as ore now
ia charge of tho 'club, it's' bound to bo
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FEBRUARY 19, 1014.
Sale Price on
.fcieKatJCO, fabric, ih.iBh, ,
10U pages, 15c Other
grades 2Uc, OOe and COo
per pound. See special
aalos uu Sch ol Bags
J. T. Kackley & Co.
For 8ale Gasoline Kngino Hud Dy
namo In ko in condition
Quarantoed. Dealers in country pro'
uuo. Phono 115.
8 2t DUNBAR & IIUOHlia.
Good First Mortgage Land Notes
Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
POLICE COURT HAPPENINGS.
Yesterday Polico Judgo Whitakor
handed out tho following sentences:
Luther Claypoole, drunk and disorder
Edward Hoops, drunk and disorderly,
Pierce Loftin, colored, who cut
Emanuel Thomas last Sunday nftornoon,
through his attorney nskod a contin
uanto of his trial until tho 20th. Ono
of his witnesses boing absent.
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THERE'S A POINT
where cheapness ceases to be economy and it's a Hunt policy to avoid that extreme.
Our good'name and the security one enj 5ys in buying here are far more to us tlan a
few cents of immediate profit on a poor article. Paste that fact on your calendar, for it
stands for one of the strongest Hunt assets. It is especially emphasized during this;
Linen event where quality means life, service, economy, satisfaction.
To read this list manB no'hine to pee tbe goods evrvthiner Oom in.
Linen Shcoting, grass bleached. Not a drop of chomicals ever
lessens the strongth of a thread. 2d yards wido after careful
shrinking. Three qualltlos, 75c, 98c, $1.19.
Satin tablo damask in wonderful varioty for a town this sizo.
Not a fow patterns but "heaps" of oxquisito tablo linons priced nt
tho smallest possible profit margin. In the $1 grade, tho most
popular prico, wo offer matchless varioty and quality, 72 inches
wide, bloacbod and eilvor-bleachod. Napkins to match nearly all
patterns. Representing tho quality extremes in tablo damask aro
two Horns, each at its prico an incomparable quality. Silver bleach,
01 inch wide, tablo linen for 59c yard. And gonuino doublo satin
damask, 72 inch-width, $2.08.
OOL. THOMAS A. DAVIS
Tho good nows comes from Martins
villo, Ind., that Col. Thomas A. Davis
is now improving nicely under tho care
of his frlond and favorito physician,
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ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Ex-Senator Bort C. Grigsby of Tollos
boro, was in Maysvillo yesterday.
A DANOEROUS PRACTICE.
In tho East End tho school boys nro
in tho habit of hopping tho street enrs
or sltting'on tho bumpers. Not only In
daylight do they do this but after night
in tho Sixth Ward theso youngsters
keop up.thls practice
Somo of theso times, ono of theso
boys will miss his footing or hold and
will drop under tho whcols. It will bo
too lato. Pond parent, you had bottor
have n watchful oyo on theso boys.
A kinder or more accommodating set
of street car conductors and motormcn
can not bo found, than wo have iu tho
Maysvillo street car men, but they can
cot tako care of tho children. A stroll
of tho policeman along East Second
after dark might havo a holping In
D. HECHINGER & CO:
Thn Best and Biggest Clothing nnd Shne House in Mnysville.
Never before did Wd offer the public duca a solendid opportunity to buy vViuter duita and Overcoats
at ucb reducod prices as now. Tan cold weather came at tbe wrong end of the season for clothing people.
"Vow" is tbe Mice "you wint" an Overcoat and buying it now you save a lot of money and tbe coat will
be just aa good aa new next Winter.
$2 OVERCOATS Now $ 7.75 $16.00 OVERCOATS Now $12.00
$20 OVERCOATS Now $15.00 $22.b0 OVERCOATS Now $17.50
$25 OVERCOATS Now $18.50 SUITS Share the! Same Reduction.
Don't miaa the aale, Bj.tr tn miuJ thu not a gtrment U reserve 1; in fact, the best are bq much reduced
in price that the big m ij irity of our p-umn bve tbn tp )i amio t) only buy the best. Our Mr D. HpcQ
inger goea Est in a frtv Uyi. We truac tbat waat few of our friends atill indented to u will kindly call
nnd myfhP'f hop ntU
d. PiHscpiinsra-BR. & oo.
WILSON DECLINES TO SPEAK. HUNTING NEW MANAGER.
Washington. President Wilson do
clined tho invitation of tho Union Dr. Courtnay MeGuiro was in Cincin
l.eaguo Club of Chicago to speak at its nati yosterday talking baseball to sov
b .in quo t Fobruary 23. Ho gavo as lii.s'ernl baseball men who want to mauago
reason prcssuro of public business. i tho Maysvillo Club tho coming season.
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MRS. PANKHURST ESCAPES.
London. Mrs. Emmolino Pankhurst
has today oluded tho police, who havo!
been on guard of hor homo, on Campden
Hill square, and escaped from tho building.
Really you'll not fiud many street droaBoa aa pretty and attractive.
The very noweHt ideas and erubudying tho daintiest of atyles. Yet the
price ia aetoniahingly low, Wlieu attired iu
ELEC ritIC HOUSE DRESSES
Yu neod never worry about tho unoxpected caller you're always present
able, that's cortain. Tbeas house droaaea aro exceptional iu every way
superior iiniahed button holes, better quality buttons, comfortable, roomy
arm holes, deep hems at bottom of akirt aud other distinctive features.
The Prices Vary From $ 1 to S3.
Hi il nawMOJMWi mmmmmt wg
DINGER BROS., LeadJng RCtaiiers
Mr. S. C. Kirk, Secretary of tho
Maysvillo Syrup Co., arrived homo Tucs
day ovoning after a business trip to
Lexington and Clncipnatl.
Hair Brush Bargains
We have a few Hnir Brushes, regular price 3fc,
while they last you can buy ihem for
M. F WILLIAMS & 1 0. TIIEKEET
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READY 1914 SEPARATE SKIRTS.
Plain fabrics, plaids, checks, with many smart interpretations
of tuuics and tier offocts. A most attractive lino at $4.98, $6.50,
Wo will be glad to show theso now sVirti to you.
Dismissing somo of tho Season's Handsomest Coati and Suits
AT HALF PRICE
Ono of a kind, no fear of meeting your double on tho street.
A gonorous assortment for tho lato soason. Wonderful values two
suits for tho price of ono.
Berlin. Tho wearing of tho "tooth-
brush mustacho" was forbidden to tho
soldiors of the Emperor William's body
guard rogimont by an order. Tho rea
son givon was that it was non-Gorman.
Hon. Charlos D. Pearco, Prosldont of
Tho Citlzons' National Life Insurance
Company, was up from Loubvlllo yes
POWER & DAUlTON
NEW KENTUCKY POSTMASTERS.
Fourth-class postmasters appointed:
Kentucky Marquis do la Fayette
Funnin, at Bocchy, Grocnup County; M.
W. Shain, at Tousoy, Grayson County.
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Frankfort. Tho IIouso passed a bill
which provides that a corporation is
liable for damages to an employe who
ij injured whilo in tho dischargo of his
duties even though a follow omployo
n.ny havo been rosponsiblo for or con
tributed to tho nccidont.
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