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Jtv, m vrhllfl the music Is good,
I ' ) but wo don't mean this;
WSjL! '. wo moan warm Over
Is ' '' coats at tho reduced
. ' prea, woolen half-hose,
R ( , sweaters, fur caps, wool
St1 and fur gloves, warm
B underwear, oar bobs,
S1 , k , mufflers and heavy suits.
Br " f , Tho Ovorcoats aro going
W , got yours.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Hayxvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
Mrs. Emily Soword is visiting rcla
t'ves in Moysville.
Rev. If. E. Boggs was unablo to ti
his appointment at tho Bernard School
House tho second Sunday on account
of tho inclement weather.
Mrs. Mary Byron is slowly recover
ing from her foccnt illness.
Mrs. T. R. Stovons bail the mislor
tuno to lose a valuable Jersey niilcn
eow ono day tho past week.
Robert, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
.1 It. Stevens is quito ill at this writing.
Several from this placo attended the
buriul of Mrs. N. G. Rudy in Maysvillo,
Mr. and Mis. Hollis Kabfer of Or
niigeburg visited Mr. and Mrs. William
Kiblcr tho past tw-ok
Mr. S.im Carpenter, who has been
residing on tho Con Stevenson prop
erty has moved to the Lindsay lirm,
Mr. Amos Detro ulio has been residing
on Mr. W. J. Soward's place has moved
to tho place vacated by Mr. Carpenter
and Mr. lliutou has moved to the place
vacated by Mr. Dotro
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R.inakei h.ive
been visiting her parents of ne.ir Or
Yesterday at tho home of Miss
Lucy and Fanny Leo in Market street,
the Ladies' Aid Society and the Sew
ing Circle of tho Central Presbyterian
Church, woro treated to a " Kitchenette
party," by A. J. Armstrong and II. ().
Prince, who demonstrated the uses nt
"Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking uten
sils. A 10-cont piece and n card, entitling
each to an nlumnium saucepan, was
given to oach lady present.
An aluminum chafing dish outfit en-d
iug $7.75 will bo given to the lady of
tho Aid Society and tho Sewing Circlo
placing tho largest order for these uten
Tho refreshments were an angel food
cake mado by Mr. Armstrong's sister,
and sent to him, collee, gelatine, fudge
and fried cakes. Tho icfreshments
woro up to tho standard.
There were thirty ladies present and
they voted it a success.
The meeting was to havo been held
nt Mrs. Homer Ellis' home, but she was
sick and unable to cntertnin the so
ciety, ao it was held at tho homo of the
QUEEN CITY SINKS
Maxdi Gras Excursion Steamer Buffeted
By Wind. Crashed Into "Kentucky
Chute" at Louisville No
Louisville, Ky., February 17 A num
ber of Cincinnatians early this morning
"xperieneed the sensation of being res
oued by United States life-savers irom
u sinking steamer. While no one was
injured, tho scenes attending tho res
cue were sufficiently thrilling to bo re
membered for many a day. Thoy were
taken from aboard tho river packet
CJueen City, which nt 1:110 o'clock,
whilu attempting to make, n lauding,
crashed into the "Kentucky Chute,"
near tho Ohio falls.
As tho Queen City nenred her land
ing place, a stiff wind caught her and
carried hor onto tho head of tho "Ken
tacky chute," whero sho grounded. Tho
crow did everything possible to provent
the accident, but tho wind swept tho
boat on to its fate.
The bont was on loule from Pitts
burg to Now Orleans on an annual
Mardl Gras excursion. Sho carried 110
passengers and a crew of 7G.
When lifesavers from tho local nta
tion reached tho steamer they found
the rails lined with half-drcssod, fright
ened passengers, several of whom
threatened to leap into tho ley water.
All tho passengers were taken off and
curried to tho life-saving station.
The steamer has thrco foot of water
in her hull, but it is believed that un
less tho ice running in tho river be
comes heavier, sho will not break up
and may be salvaged. Tho boat has
aboard about fyOOO tonB of cargo.
The passengers wore cared for at
different hotols until arrangements
Cdlud bo mado to eontinuo tho trip,
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'Adventures of Kntblyn,' Gem today.
Many aro filling their Ice houses wit.-3-inch
Kvcry mnrrled woman knows that If
slio sunt her husband for eggs ho Would
bring homo every unborn chicken in the
As soon as a man gets the idea into
hlg head that tho Firm can't get nlong
without him, tho Firm attempts tho ox
1 rmicnt and fluds that it can.
Mr. Harry McGhec, who has boon
'seriously ill at her homo on Market
street for tho past two weeks Is im
proving as satisfactorily as could bo
Tho Ladios' Aid Society of tho Sec
ond M. E. Church South, will meet .
morrow afternoon at the homo of M s.
MolHo Grimes on Wood street. All
members are urged to attend
THAWING RAPIDLY THIS
The mercury was at 15 this morning
aid the thaw continues tho snow and
leo going oil' tho streets rapidly.
Tho walking is dangerous as the
South side of tho streets are very sliek
imd navigation is quito ditilcult.
WILL WED AT QERMANTOWN
Not to bo published until the 19th is
tho heading of llecofus of Marriage ii
censes is the wish of John A. Foster,
.".0, of 1'cmlcaf, and Delli F. Stnpleton,
Germuntown, who uero granted license
to bo married tho 19th. Kev. I. R. Hol
loa of Washington officiates.
FLEMINOSBURO GAZETTE ITEMS.
William Breeze tcturned from Mays
villo and resumed his picture show Wed
nesday night, as advertised. "" Mis
John Cullcn went to Maysvillo yester
day morning to .ee her Ju'ljcr in tl-iil
city. Marvin Leo nu ! wife went
bai'k to Maysvillo Saturday morning,
after being hero to visit his parents.
DEATn OF MRS. DORA DONAHUE
Mrs. Doia Donahue, aged about 7i
j ears and ono of Dover's wealthiest
women died Inst Sunday nt hor home in
She was married twice. First to Louis
Raser, who was drowned in the river op
po.site Dover about 30 years ago. Her
hist husband was John Donahue, also
She is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Fred Brown of Dover, and an older
d uighter, Sarah, now married and nwa
ft nin Dover.
Deceased was one of the most Indus
tiious and frugal women in tho count j
and leaves quite a handsome, fortune
to her daughters.
Burial at Dover yesterday.
MRS. JAMES COOPER MEANS.
Mrs. Jane Cooper Means, age S.r
,ears died at the home of her daugh
ter's, Mrs. O. E. Secrcst of Cove Dale,
Ky., Thursday, February 12, and was
buiicd in tho East Fork Cemetery, Sat
urday, Februiry 1 1.
Sho united with tho Presbyterian
Church of this city in her early child
hood and has always lived a true
Christian life and was loved by all who
She was married to Mr. A. J. Means
March 11, 1852, a biother of tho late
Robert Means of this city, who pre
ceded her to the grave seventeen years
ago. Sho is survied by ono daughter,
Mrs. O. E. Secrest. with whom she
has made her home for fifteen years,
.several grandchildren, and a host of
liieuds and relatives, aiming them her
niece, Mrs. S. T. Farrow of East Front
James Crawley, aged 24, shot
killed himself at Lexington.
Anna Aumullcr died from an illegal
operation, according tn n confession
which Hans Schmidt is said to have
mado to an attache of District Attorney
The House Interstate Commerce Com
mitteo shown a disposition to disregard
tho pending Trade Commission Hill and
prepare n nvv, one.
Viscount Hiusro Aski, former Ambas
sailor to the United States nnd ono of
tho most noted diplomats iu Japan, died
at his home in Toklo.
.lames Taylor, who Sunday morning
shot and killed Ida half-brother near
Pikeville, Ind., was arrested near Vel
MERGER OF CHURCHES
Expectod To Make Greatest Baptist
Congregation In Country.'
Now York. The members of Calvary
Baptist Church decided to consolidate
with tho Tifth Avenuo Baptist Church
of which John D. Rockefeller, Jr., is a
member. While tho agrcomont to con
solidate is to run only ono year, it is
generally believed by both congrcga
tlons thnt there then will bo an actual
General services hereafter will be
held in Calvary Church In West 07th fit.
WE ARE EQUIPPED
to produce portraits that aro
right and our long experience
is back of every plcturo wo
The child tho parent tljo
grand parent all aro assured
of a good llkoncsa and artistic
finish when wo do the work.
Come In at any time, or If more
desirablo mnke an appointment.
Tho Photographor In Your Town.
MRS. CORA WILSON STEWART RE
OEIVES HIGH HONOR.
Morehend, Ky., February 17. Mrs.
Cora Wilson Stewart has had another
high honor conferred upon her. She
was presented today with Clara Bar
ton's medal, which was struck by Miss
Barton 's native town of Oxford, Mass.,
niid presented to Miss Barton at the
celebration of tho two hundredth anni
versary of thnt citv
FAIR TODAY; THURSDAY PROB
ABLY RAIN OR SNOW.
Following aro this morning's quota
tlons on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old roosters 6c.
Cincinnati, ()., Feb. 17. Receipts of
live stock at tho Cincinnati t'liion
Stockyards today weie:
Cattle, 17..; hogs, 1,100; sheep, 10.
Cattle Steady; shippers, ?li.7"(i1S.21;,
e.vtra, $8.:15; butcher steels, extra, fSfw)
S.25; good to choice. 77.90.
('nixes Active and storg; etr.
11.75; fair to good, $'.1.25 (?i)l i. 50.
Hogs Active and steady :it jester
da j 's advance; selected hea, S Jl.TtVT
Shcp f5.r0, good to choice, -f.'i i,0(r
Lambs is lo.
H. F. HILLENMEVER & SONS,
LEXINGTON, HY. Nurserymen Slnco 1B41.
HERE'S A BARGAIN
We have about 60 Bushels OLOVEUHEED that has about W'
ALSYKE in it tbatwe are going to sell at $9 per busbol CASH.
Come quick if you want some of it.
AS WE ARE WEARING THE END
Of the season wo would advise that you get your tobacco in as
soon as possible. The market is still strong and prices good,
especially noticeable at the
Where your interests are looked after by experienced tobacco
people, Our business up until now, which has been merited
by our interest in behalf of our customers, has been very satis
factory. We wish again to solicit you to sell the romainderof
your crop wi'h us and we aseure you that we will use every
effort in your behalf.
The Independent Loose Leaf Tobacco Co.
VM. GROPPENBACHER, Manager, Formerly of tho Farmers Warehouse.
The PRICE was eo
Mr. JSusineas Man: This is tho month whon we give you
bargains in Furniture. Though our high-grade Furniture ia
cheap for this ouo month, it will give you pleasure and service
for many, many monthp. Why not tako this season, whon
prices aro so low, to buy all that uew Furniture your wifo has
been wanting for so long? It will bbvo you money to buy
right now. Romembor that, though our prices are lower now,
our Furniture is tho same standard lino we soil all tho tiru'o.
42 West Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.
W. Holton Key qualified as notnry
public with James D. Key ai surety on
LENT TO BEGIN ON FEBRUARY 25.
Lent begins this year on February
25, thrco weeks Inter than Inst year,
being of course based upon the dato o
Enster, which this year is April 12. Last
year it was March 2.1. Very few peo
plo can toll why Lent varies so from
year to year, and why Easter mny como
ns early as March 22 or so late as April
MASON COUNTY DELEGATES TO
STATE FARMERS' INSTITUTE.
State Commissioner of Agriculturo
has appointed tho following Mason
County farmers ns delegates to tho
State Farmers' Institute nt Frankfort,
Februnry 21, 25 and 20.
John It. Downing.
William D. Smoot.
John B. Steers.
William E. Poguo.
MHavo you ever tried our way
I of borrowing money to pay tor
2 You, of courao, know that
M most isrmB arc sold (or one-
M third cash and the balance of 9
tho pavmont is represented by m
lien notes due in ono and two H
Hl . Taa nil ft lrHt tit n
a VUMra. luu nieu nuun turn
there arc times when it is im
J possible to pay these notes
j when they become due.
Our specialty ia lending
S money on good farms for
LONG PERIODS. Wouldn't
H you rather have five years to
U pay the balanco than two years?
Any one expecting to buy
5 farms this March will do well
to come in and consult ua about
2j getting the money.
m We havo been giving satis
S factory service for 21 years.
: Union; Trust and
Maysville, - - Kentucky 5
Strawberry Plants, Fruit and Shade Trees,
Shrubs, Aaparagua, Grape Vinos, fthuha b,
Rosea, Peonies, Phlox, Seed Potatoes, tw
erythlnp for Orchard, lawn and Gat den.
Free Catalogs, No Agents.
LEO M. FRANK MUST; DIB. -
Atlanta, Ga., February 17. The
conviction of Loo M. Frank, of Brook
lyn, N. Y., for tho murdor of Mary
Phngnu, u fourteen-year-old factory
girl, was affirmed today by tho Georgia
.supremo court. Ho is under sonteneo
List of unclaimed lottors in tho Mays
villo postoffleo wcok ending February
Bcrtsch, Mr. .Robert
Brndic, Ratio Miss
Campbell, William, R. D. 2.
Oulley, Mrs. Annn, R. D. 1.
Litzinger, Mrs. Joseph
Porter, E. 8.
Thomas, Earl H.
Tinnoy, Mrs. Nettie
Ono cent duo on nbovo letters. Par
tios calling for same will please say
C. MATHEWSt P. M.
Good Molasses 50c.
Bring your jug and try one
gallon. If not satisfactory
your money will be refunded.
Per Dozen Cans $1.10
Canned Corn Per Dozen 95c
J. C. GABLISH
LIU J ICUI yOl thetitadlnotef'JMi
1 '. Tl trmf," "fHtualUm
ranletl,""Loil" and "Iumt," and not extending
Arre linn In lenotn, are PJ1EE lo all.
Xo llutlnea AdrrrtluenU luxtrtcsl
It annua fall to tome Ihe flrtt time, me Invite at
nana repetition a art ntcmryto teeure wnnt iov
'IvrrtUe for. Wi with advertiser to feet that tnei
ri not Imposing on ubl tiling our fret column.
BTAdvertlttr hcit furnliS eopv,vhlch ran N
lift at the ofiee or tent by tri(L
TXS rOQHO LHDOKR,
So. U Batt Third Street.
t'ANIJV SALESMEN WANTED. $100
Monthly, and nil traveling expenses
to stait. Experience unnecessary. So
lioit orders from dealers in your lo
cality and .surrounding territory for
our hili-grado Chocolates, Bon-Bons
and all kinds of Candiei. Write
quickly for full particulars nnd con
tract. KASE CANDY CO., Now
York, N. Y. f 18-Sw
WANTED Work of any kind so its
honest, by a young boy, ago 10. Can
rend and write. Don't smoke or chew
tobacco. Address Waltor i Qrisbam,
R. D. No. 1, at Mr. Wm. Tuggle,
WANTED A girl to wait on table at
125 Market streot.
POSITION WANTED Youg ambi
tions school boy desires to work after
2 o'clock eack day and on Saturday.
Please leavo word at this ofllco or
phone No. 3.
FOR RENT A house of six roouis-ou
Sixth street. Apply to Almhouso or
FOR RENT C room cottages and 6
room flats, now, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilot, hot and cold water, one
floor, tho acme of economy, comfort
and coavenionco. Excellent location,
Fourth and Plum streots. J. M.
FOR SALE Six room house in good ro
pair; gas and water. Apply at No.
510 West Second street. 13-flt
FARM FOR SALE Well improved;
56& acres" on rural route, 1 miles
from Orangeburg High School; cheap.
Call oaT address Dr. R. P. Moody.
FOR BALE A fino rosewood EMER
SON Grand Square PIANO, excellent
tone, finest make, in good condition,
and without a blemish. Prico reason
able. CaU PHONE 3S3, Maysvillo.
LOST In Truxel's alley between Sec
ond and Third vtreots, a largo key.
Return to this ofllco.
Small poodle dog. Reward if
roturnod to Mrs. S
LOST A platinum bar pin with chip
diamond, batwoan Pastime and Dr. !
John Barbour's rosldonco. Roturn
to Miss Barbour.
LOST Gold cuff button botween Com
luorco and Markot streots. Finder
ploaso leave at Wallace's rostaurant.
LOST Bunch of keys, bolonglng to the
Maysville Wator Co. Please leave at
this offlco or call phono 2,
FOUND Basalt of sautach braid,
at thii offle.
Advertised Letters j
Bargains For You
A fortunate purchase of the following goods, which nra ad
vanoini? In prico, makes it possible to offer you tho best goods ob
tainable at bargain prices.
Bheots at 69c; the muslin will cost 69c.
A good Mercerized Tablecloth only 29c a yard.
A lovely aINIinen Oloth, border all around, only $2.50,
nover less than $3 before.
Wo have several now stylos in American Lady and O. B.
Corsets; boo them. Some of them have the new boneless hips.
We have the new Jersey Top and Slit Petticoats.
Winter Goods and Remnants at
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
Wo merely woro closing out
an extra lino of Gas Sieves.
Como and aeo our unrivaled
goods 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
. 19 (0am
J Dlly tKxoept Snndkv
H. S. ELLIB, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Scbedula effective Nor.
SO. 10 1 3 Subject to chang?
ITRA.INB LEAVE MAYSVILLE. KT
fl:3 a.m., 8:33 a.m.,
J:13p. m., dally.
6:80 a. m.i 8:10 a. m.,
1:40 p, m.. 8:f3 p. m..
0-M a m., 6:80 p. m..
7 B.r p. ra.,neek-dayi.
W. W WlKOFlf. Aient
VW&JIR W, aB
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 publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the.Times.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO;
I We Are Now Ready to
1 1 We Are Now Ready toil
Give You Our Service!!!!!
To us service moans this: To boll only
tho boat merchandise to bo had; to givo
what you waut whon you want it; to
gladly refund your money if wo fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, SchafTuor &
Marx Suit and Overcoat for tho prico
you usually pay for tho iuforior kiud.
Our stock of Shoos, Hats, Shirts and all
the littlo accessorios aro eolected with
great caro. Como in and iesfc us out;
it's worth while.
J. WESLEY LEE,
if THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
I fcfiHiliiitiili til
talking about Is 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
ertios, too, and It never gives ons
a headache. If you are a critic of
good liquors, you will be pleased
to t'scommond this brand after tho
0. H. P. Thomas & Co..
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY.
nlt4. rint National Raab BnUdln.
Looal and Long I Offloe No. 666.
Dlitanoe Pnonei ( Keildenoe No. 117.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
: : :
Second and Market Streets.
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