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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1014.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
S DINGER BROS.,
Thoro was a young man from Bombay
Took his girl out to ride in a sleigh;
The air was bo frigid
They botli grew quito rigid
.And tflnwed out iu n -nearby cafo. v
Lent begins next Wednesday Febru
Moreury down to IS this morning and
Handsome .Swiss and Nainsook $1,25
ilounclngs 75c. Hunt's.
BUT ONE COLLECTION AND DE
LIVERY OF MAIL MONDAY.
On account of the observance of
Washington's birthday noxt Monday by
Postofllco officials and employees thoro
will be but ono delivery and collection
on that day. at 7 a. m,
NOT CATHERINES WINTERS.
Middleport, O., February 20. "She
is not my daughtor.'V
"With theso words Dr. W. A. Wintors
of Newcastle, Ind., declared that' the
littlo girl found in the caro of Joe
Davis, arrested two days ago on tho
charge of forgery, is not his child.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
outnut of coal during the last lew
yeaTs has made the dealers push lor
wider markets, We are going to get
more Vrade your trade by givlnc
yon a greater value for your money.
You will never get out o debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Girls' Coats, 12 to 15 year sizes. Not
this season's but very cheap at $2.08.
We now have it Wo are positive ii will not be sold at this
prion again during this year Go me and get it while it lasts.
Tola lumber can bo used (or outbuildings, clieap barn siding
or most any purpose except fine ti'iishing work Buy it now.
You will need it betore you can get it aqaio at this price.
The Mason Lumber Go. ". .
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAVSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
Our car load of corn is now on tho Llmo
stono switch. Phono 145.
f20-tf DUNBAB & HUGHES.
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Sale Price on
Jv'egatico, inline, hbiah,
1(5(1 paen, 1 5c. Other
grades 2((!, 80c and 6i
per pound. See special
sales on School Bags
J. T. Kackley & Co.
For Sale Gasoline Fngine and Dy
namo in good condition
The remains of Cora Hall, ago 7
years, was brought from Cincinnati to
Maysvlllo yosterday, and thonco taken
to Scott's burial ground near Ellsberry.
Death ensjied from bronchial pneumonia.
On account of tho sovoro Ulnoss of NOVELI'
her little grandson, John Robort Chan- Santa Barb
slor, Mrs. Sarah Wright, of East Fourth Mrs. Robort Lo
street, was called to Millersburg, yes- tho famous nove
terday afternoon. her homo in Mo.
Frankfort, Ky., February 20. By a
voto of 29 to 1 tho Sonato passed tho
Helm parolo law giving tho Board of
Penitentiary Commission tho tight to
grant paroles with tho approval of tho
Tailored suits for $3.93 and $8.98 In
perfoct condition but skirts aro widor
than this soason's. Hunt's.
DEATH OR MAELIN SWEET.
Choico of any coat, half prlco. Wom
an's, Misses', Children's. Big assort
HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE.
Forty-flvo hoad of horsos and mules
will bo sold at public auction at Goorgo
Pollitt's livery stablo Tuesday, Feb
ruarv 24. at 10 o'clock. Thirty head of
No. 1 draft mares, from 4 to 7 yoars old, ' fJNION MADE
wen oronou, a goon matcn teams, xnis
is a chanco for tho farmers,
th-samo WELLS BROS.
Hair Brush Bar
Wo have a few IInir Brushns. regular pii
whilo they last you can buy them i
M. F WILLIAMS & (0.
"til OHIO It LTUOOl)''
And We Are Right Here on the Job With a
Full Line of Plows
Ready to supply your every want. Such'
as "Oliver," "Syracuse" and "Eagle," the
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 fadt. We are
still making good Harness and want to sell more
this year than ever before. Come in.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Major Horatio Fieklln, 1b confined to
bis Fourth street home with rheumatism
Mr. Robert Loo Straus of Cincinnati
TJnivorslty i9 visiting his father, Mr.
Miss Minnio Sproeraborg is in Cincin
nati today to see David Warfleld in
"Tho Auctioneer," at the Grand.
Mrs. A. F. Falta of East Second street
has gone tq South Portsmouth for a
visit with hor sister, Mrs. Porry Calos.
Mrs.. John Wilder, of Maysvlllo, is
visiting her sisters, Mrs. Georgo Eton
and Mrs. Honry Itippotoe. Bourbon
Mr. Patterson, the manager of tho
French Bros.-Bauer Company of Cin
cinnati, was here looking over tho local
conditions. He was the guest of Dr. R.
Dr. J, R.' Cooper loft yestorday af tor
noon for Detroit, Mich., to attend a
meoting of tho American X-Ray. Asso
ciation, which meets in that city today.
Ho wl bo absont until Monday morn
Matchless values In
$1, $1.23 table
JOBBERS HOLD UP NEW ORLEANS
Birmingham, Ala., Fobruary 20 Rail
way detectives and polico with blood
hounds early today began a search for
throe robbers who last night bold up thy
Queen fa Crescent's southbound "New
Orloans Limited" train, twolvo miles
north of Birmingham and rifled mall
ouches of registered mail said to con-
More than $40,000.
Big values in importod crash towel
ing 10c, 12c. Hunt's.
WILL ENTERTAIN THIS
Miss Martha Lovel, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Lovol, will entertain fifty
of her frionds this afternoon from 2 to
Miss Martha Green Sharp, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. 8harp, gave a
littlo party to about a score of hor
friends last evening at tho homo of her
puronts in Market street.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Ourroy of
This City Secretly Married LaBt
June at Petersburg, Florida,
To Miss Van Anda.
(Georgotown (Ohio) News-Democrat.)
Not until tho contracting parties wore
ready to appriso immodiato members of
their families did Mr. Bishop Currey
and. Miss llattlo VnnAnda make known
that they had bcon married sinco June
last. This nows was made known Mon
day, aftor Mrs. Currey had arrived at
the home of her father, Mr. L. S. Vnn
Anda, from Petersburg, Florida, where
sbo has boon teaching in tho public
schools. Sho bad takon up these duties
last fall, when at tho same tlmo Mr,
Currey went to that city, taking em
ployment in tho postofllco thoro. When
Mrs. Curroy arrived, unexpectedly Sun
day, it was supposed she camo just for &
visit with homo folks, and nows of their
marriago camo unexpectedly and as a
completo surprise Tho groom is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curroy, former
ly well known residents of this place.
Their many frionds aro hnstening jo ox
tend best wishes.
Bishop is a formor Maysvlllo boy, his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Curroy, are
now residonts of this city,
Congratulations all around.
SWEET MELON MANHOES-jB
Vr fins ONION :nd CUOQMBSR PICKLES. Thete
sr both BllTER ant OHJUPJIJt tbaa you can make thsm.
rMijkm up. fora fwoUor.
f. rnltH Q.aa w.a,1 On ;nnma
tin. muiuu uuut. uuu to jrcttioj
diod at his homo on tho Tollcsboro pike
near tho brick yards yostorday. aftor
neon at 3:30 of consumption.
Ho leaves a wifo and a six-months-old
Funeral Sunday afternoon nt 2 p. m.
from tho house. Interment in Plumvillo
PROMINENT LEWIS COUNTY
Tho remains of L. Harrison, a prom
inent citizen of tho Mt. Tabor neigh
borhood, Lewis County, will bo brought
here tonight on the 8 o'clock train for
burial tomorrow at Mi. Tabor. Mr.
Harrison was about 75 yoars old, and is
survived by a wife, son and daughter,
who .reside In Lowis County.
Ho diod in Cincinnati,
Just open. A now, clonn stock of
jroeerios nnd fruits nt Dinger Bros'
old atand on Market street. Olad to
have you call.
10-3t ED RrCHESON.
Good First Mortgage Land Notos
.Yioldlns 0 and 7 Por Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
Delivers Inspiring Talk on tho "Tene
ment Evil" Somo Conditions Horo
Too Pitiful to Writo Of.
Tho Woman's Club held its regular
mooting in tho Library parlors Friday
Tho featuro of tho afternoon was tho
talk givon by Miss Avorill on "Tono
Sho spoke as ono having experience,
null some of the scenes depicted would
bring tho blush of shamo to a wooden
Tho law sho speaks of should roceive
tho support of evory citizon. Miss'Casey
told of a few things she has' found.
Eight persons sleeping In two bods in
ono room and occupying two rooms; one
of tho occupants a consumptive RENT
FOR THE TWO ROOMS $1.25 PER
WEEK, $65 PER YEAR.
How is that for an incomof
Talk about clipping coupons oft Gov
ernmentbonds. That incomo is quarterly
and rent is weekly.
If you havon't read Hunt's ad. do it
Ollie Chapman of Cincinnati to Captain
Tho Maysvlllo Toam of Tho Ohio
State Loaguo This Season.
Tho baby's named!
It's Captain Ollio Chapman, of Cin
cinnati, who will steer tho Maysvlllo
Club of tho Ohio Stato Loaguo pennont
ward this glorious season of 1014.
Chapman has a good record. Ho play
ed undor McKernan for threo yoars and
this ought to mako him a successful
scrapper and an all-around gentle kick
or. Last year ho played center field
with the Kansas City team of tho Fed
Ho comes to Maysvlllo with a clean
bill of health and tho local managers
nro to bo congratulated over securing
such a player.
Tho Maysvlllo management has also
signed up tho following players:
McDaniels, Donovan, Rich, Roicamp,
Wilbors, Bordier and Covort.
Things baseball aro now beginning to
hum from ono end of tho land to the
Says Maysvllle Board of Health To All
Teachers. Pupils and Employes.
Time Friday night, Fobruary 27 at
Place Forest Avonuo School Build
ing. Four prizos to bo awarded to best
speller iu the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and
Thoso four prizes nro donated by en
Ono prize awarded by association for
Admission to nil 5 conts.
D. HECHINGER &
Tha Biggest and Best Clothing and Shno Stnro In Mnysvll'
li conjunction with our Clearance Sale of Suits and Overcoat
urday, the '21st,' and continue tpn days, sell our $4, $4.
PANTS FOR $
Sao them in nun Pact Winrlnu Prima ac ennn ac nncoihla Tho hoe
vu ilium ill ui wuist iiiuwiii wviiiu " tfuun uJ judgiuiii I uv uir
to go. No extra charge for extra larg sjzps nr altpra inns.
Tho Legislature quit till Tuesday. Mr. Charles R. Swoet our ovor-smil- CANAL 01
ing parcel post man is smiling a few
Prof. Samuel Mitchell Jefferson, agod extra smiles this week. A dandy littlo Washington,
63 yoars, for tho last fourteon yoars Sweot boy arrived the first of tho weok Goorgo W. Goet'
joint Professor of Philosophy in tho tho first boy and Charles is treating ring unforeseen t
Bible College and Transylvania Uni-all his friends in honor of the groat Canal will bo o-
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Unprecedented Linen Sto
NEVER SO BIG BEFORE.
Duesu'i stiora postjitile a towu uo small would war
runt it, hat ,Maau couiir womuu nro qu ok to rvcog
niz v iIuhh nntl uur linu aalm Ivtvo uiisroased with
such rapid runfiiuutuui we are ju-tified in carrying n
slock of litmus vvq are au'horimtively assured is fouud
uovhre else in a town this size.
Some, but not all tbe good things we offer you:
A superfine Napkin value. Pure linen, won't "lint," ex
tra heavy, 22 iucnes wide, (2i dozen.
Battenburg and drawn linen dcarfs, Table Covers, Center
Pieces. Slightly mussed during holiday selling, now ball price.
A great value in all-linen, shrunk, dbaorbont, Russia Crash
Abnorbo Wash Cloth- 3 (or 10c. Soft onough tor the baby'x
White and colored Costume Linpna 48 inches wide, 50c yard.
A uovrilry in shrunk and creaseloie Co
and colors, 50c.
An txcellent linon Table Damask, eih.
wide, 59e yard.
Exceptional valuos in yard-wide sheer Co
baabiou still decrees transparent tuecta and
ii fit1- me l-"w
FOR THE HURRY-UP WOW
who wnts an advance Bpring Bait we have '
York models. Not our lull line yet but enou
cplppfjnn PH-V. Pfirpw $15 tn 25 r
in pinkp, blues, reds colors to harmoniza
Splendidly mitde Comforts filled with soli fl-tl
odorless. Covers of paiu silkoline, or
Piices have been lowered to make a quick. ell
weiuber ends. Reductions to interest you. rJl
THE KAPPA SIGMA PL,
POLIOS OOUET DOINGS.
Tho Kappa Slgmn Pi had a good Tho trial of Pearce Loftin was ro-
meoting last night. Several candidates sumed yesterday afternoon in Police
took tho second degree work. This is court. Loftin was triod on tho chnrgo
MOST EIVEEMEN BELIEVE THAT
QUEEN CITY IS DOOMED.
Louisvillo, Ky., February 20. Prop
rations to bulkhead the stranded steam-
an excellent ordor for boys and younger of cutting and wounding with intent to or Quoon City, with hopo of saving hor,
men in tho church. It will bo a great kill. Ho was bound over to tho March aro being mado today. Lnarlos lirocar,
day whon all the boys in our Sunday torm of tho Circuit Court. Bail flxod nt . a diver of Jou'crsouvillo, has been en
Schools got into this work. $300, which ho was unablo to give. gaged to assist in tho work. Most local
rh or irl
is in U
Another Lot of Those
Maysvlllo, Ky.. Feb. 18th, 1014.
Superintendent Caplingor, Maysvlllo
Owing to tho provalenco of smallpox
in many soctions of our Stato, and in
pursu.inco of an order recently issued
by our State Hoard of Health concorn
lug it, I foel it my duty to call your at
tention to, and request an observance of
tho rule of the atato Hoard governing
vaccination rolativo to Schools, which
"No porsorsball bocomo a mombor
of any school within the jurisdiction
of this Hoard, as teachor or scholar,
without furnishing a certificate from
some ronutnblo physician that ho or
sho has boon successfully vacclnatod."
This rule is authorized by our Stato
laws; is mandatory, and it is the duty
of local -boards of health to aeo that
It is enforced, i
As this Board has reason to boltovo
that tho rule has not bcon strictly en
forced in your schools, and in vlow of
a tnroatoning situation, you are ro
ouMtod tot)ublish at once to your schol
ars the rule as quoted, and have It com
pllad with as soon as practicable.
JMMMWttliy.. .. -
Is on sale the kind you have been asking
us to duplicate. We had to beg the man
ufacturer for another 50 of them Of
course he is losing money on them. They
may not be all silk, but they are very near
it. They go at the same price as in our
T$1.50, Worth $3.f"
Colors, Black, Green, Tango, Champagne,
Don't mind the rainy weatht
your feet are dry. Tclexhi
size and we will do the nt.
dies', Children's, Misses' Hid
carry the best Rubbers foil
"Central, give me the Bcj
send you by parcel post or
APRONS for coc The
now. Your money back
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