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MAY3VILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 25, 1014. .
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Ills noisy eating makes me qulrm,
Ho smacks and gulps in baste;
IIo's not exactly what you'd teim
A man of quiet taste.
for the worst.
Mexico aro proparing
Tho Maysvillo Dancing Assembly will
givo a ball at Jv'eptuno Ilall on tho even
ing of March 13th.
James Williams, colored, drunk, fined
$0.50. Committed to jail.
Annio Weaver and Bertha Brown,
.. both colored, wore up boforo his honor
on account of breach of peace. His
honor took pity because of thoir ago,
gave them a fatherly address, and a sus
pended sentence during good behavior,
for tho noxt six months.
FRESH FISH DAILY.
Fresh fish received every day during
25-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ol coal ylurinc tho last lew
yeaTS baa mnde the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to gpt
more Wade yftur trade by givins
von a erenter ynlue lor your money.
You will never' get out ol debt unless
you buy wiBeliy,
MAY8VJLLE COAL CO.
As soon ah tho woather pormits, Mrs.
Robert Busby will bo brought to hor
homo fromjtho Wilson Hospital.
I : :
I FOR IT'S-
PLOWING TIME i
IN OLD KENTUCKY
And We Are Right Here 'on the Job With a
Full Line ol Plows
Ready to supply your cyery 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 'PCome in and buy. You
are very welcome." '
Mike Brown'4 Plow Harness
Needs no recommendation. You farmers know
that the auctioneer's f 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 fadl. We arc
still making good Harness and want to sell more
this year than ever before. Come in.
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1 SQUARE DEAL MAN. B
Mr. and Mrs. Cli'ut Calvert aro at
homo after a short U-idal trip.
Mr. and Mrs. & N. Truo and child
ren returned fromi brief visit to Dover
Miss Sallio E. Pecor. of Cincinnati.
pent Sunday hoio with her parents. Mr.
and Airs. J. u. fecot.
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. Mr. 0. L. Brtlett, proprietor of the
Central GVrago is taking in tho auto
mobilo'slghtB in Dotroit. Mich.
Miss Babbio Wells of Burika returned
home Sunday after a pleasant visit of
two months with relatives near Wash
ington. Mr. D. Hochingor will leave this aft
ernoon on a trip east in the interest of
"Vtho D. llechiugor & Co.' clothing and
I Miss Ruth Claybrooko of Springfield,
Washington County, is visiting her
vother, Mr. John It. Claybrooke of
I Judgo W. H. Itico, 'Squire B. L.
Cooper and Attorney John L. Chamber
n arrlvod home Sunday from Mar
Mville, Ind., whore they had beon for
.-3? Miss Bobecca Boyd loft yesterday
with her father, Samuel 0. Bovd for
Now Orleans, to attend the Mardi Gras,
after which they will go to Los Angoles.
Times-Star Covington news.
-Mrs. Garrett Davis of Eldorado, Ark.,
and Miss Sallio Burgoss, of Georgetown,
who havo been tho ploasant guosts of
Mrs. Fannlo Davis, of East Second St.,
for tho past week, loft yesterday for
Col. A. F. Bespess of Frankfort was
hero Monday visiting bis father, ilon.
'1 nonius A. itespess.
Mr. A'ndrow Clooney and llttlo son
Andrew, nro in Cincinnati today to at
tend tho Auto Show.
Misses Mary and Hannah Matthows of
Mayslick are guests of their brothor,
Dr. Edwin Matthows.
Mrs. Martha R. Ward and sister, Mrs.
in this city Saturday
J. E. Ward of Mayslick woro shopping
Mr. Fillmore Musser, cashier of the
Ohio Valley Bank, of Portsmouth, was
in this city yesterday on business.
Mrs. W. G. Prathor of Ponsacola,
Fla., is tho guest of her sistor, Mrs. Dr.
Edwin Matthews of East Third streot.
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Matthews will
ontertaiu their guests this aftornoon
from 1:30 to 5 o'clock with a card
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Munzlng havo re
turned home after spending a. few. dayj
at Dover, visiting his parouts, Mr. and
Mrs.W. F. Munzing.
Mr. Oscar F. Adams and Mr. Samuel
Uorchow wero down Tuesday interview
ing our people in referonco to putting a
shoo factory in our place.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Brush of Galllp
oils Ohio, and little daughter, Ellen
Dutlloy, aro guests of Dr. and Mrs. Ed
wiu Matthows of East Third stroot.
MB. WILLIAM DAVENPOBT DEAD.
Mr. William Davenport of Epworth,
Ky., died at 10:20 last night, aged 25
years, of pneumonia. Burial at Canan
Cemotory tomorrow at I o'clock. Ho
leaves three sisters, ono brother, mother
and father. Mr. Henry Broeze of this
city was his uncle.
SWEET MELON MANHOES-va
Vary fine ONION ;and OUGUMBER P10KLE9. 'Theee
are both BCITJCR und UH8APBR than you oan make tne.xn.
TIphoa an for a ar today.
We now have it We are positive it will not ho sold at tbia
prion again during tbis year. Come mid get tt while it lasts.
Tbia lumber can boused (or outbuildings, cheap burn Biding
or rnnst any purpose except floe ticisbinK work. Buy it now.
You will need it before you can get it attain at this price.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLauohmn. L. N. Bkhan.
MRS. HELMER'S FUNERAL AT 2
VQ'OLOOK THIS AFTERNOON.
Tho funeral services over tho romains
of Elizabeth Helmcr will bo hold at hor
Into homo in West Second street this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, instscad of 3
o'clock as announced.
Hev. F. W. Hnrrop of Latonia will bo
in charge. Burial in tho Mayavillo
THE RECORD LEGISLATURE FOR
The domo of tho Capitol at Washing
ton has recently been renovated with
T. Jones, Epworth, and slxty-flvo tons of paint. Tho dome con
tains i'JL',uuu,UOU squnro feet of sur
Miss Lula Mno King, Burtonvlllo, were
granted licensoto marry yesterday.
IIISrSTJOR-A nsro a
5 Twcnty-flvo yoars ago wo paid 75c. per S100 on a frimo build-
S ing with five coal stoves in different parts of tho building. Today
m on same site, $2.00 per $100 on building now of brick and metal, ono
g fluo, and boated by stoani. Then tho city had a volunteer firo do- i
H partment and now a fine up to dato paid systom and yot look at tho
Looking at the changes in our own business ovcry departmont
is from 25 cents to 100 per cont. better and choaper. Why is Ken- I
tucky's Insuraneo rato higher thau any Stato in tho union and 4 I
.per cont. higher than tho averago for tho cntiro United Statos and I
T rp -eg- v r-.Tr . k "XT' J?- rr- i
Only ninotcon legislative days remain
of tho sixty-day term of tho General As
sembly of Kentucky.
Present session will expire by limita
tion on March 17, St. Patrick 's day.
Had tho solons worked on Washing
ton's birthday, thoy could not legally
hnvo claimed their $10 per diem.
Moro tunn 1,000 bills havo been intro
duced. Many legislators aro in favor of hold
ing night sessions.
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
la what you cot at our store. For every dollar
which is dropped into our cash register there
has left the at ro a full dollar valuo iu uior
chandiso. Our slogan is "dollar for dollar" and
overy transaction is guaranteed satisfaction or
THE THIRD STREET
M. F WILLIAMS & CO.
"OL OK1U UN I. V U OO U"
POWER & DAULT0N
Prof, and Mrs. C. S. Dale nro rejoic
ing over tho arrival of a flue nino-pound
son Clarence Shelby.
THE SPELLING BEE.
Aro you ready to go to the spoiling
boo noxt Friday night, February tho
27th at 7 o 'clock f Tho wcathor is right
and tho timo is ripe. You hnvo gotten
tho old spelling book down, and the
champion spoiler from tho First Decs
trick Skulo will bo there. She says she
has got al the new-fnnglcd words and
sounds by heart. And nil ye boys and
girls of tho Forest Avenuo School get
you ready for you want the prize nnd
you mustkcop ft at homo. Como bright
and early by candle light. Ye will have
a good timo. Tho room will be good and
warm. Wo hopo tho sleighing will be
MASON COUNTY COURT.
J. M. Collins was appointed Admin
istrator of Cathorino Miller, deceased,
and qualified as such with George
Lingenfolsor as suroty on bond.
George Barbour and Henry Cbilds
woro appointed to appraise tho personal
ostato of Cathorino Miller, deceased.
Miss Emma Schwartz qualified as
Notary Public with W. D. Cochran as
suroty on bond.
J. Fostor Barbour was appointed Ad
ministrator of Miss Susan E. Coffeo, do
coasod. and qualified as puch with A. M.
J. Cochran as suroty on bond.
Charles F. Wright, James Uhilds anu
W. B. Pecor were appointed to appraise
tho personal proporty of Susan E. Cof
50, 280 POUNDS
Wero Total Tobacco Sales On Tho Mays
vlllo Market Yesterday.
Tobacco sales wero light yesterday on
tho Mnysvlllo market on nccount of the
rigid wintry weather, and amounted to
o0,2S0 pounds as follows:
Total sales 18,220
Highest prico $10.7o
Lowest prico 3.00
W. J. Browning of Orangeburg sold
4500 pounds that averaged $10.10.
Wood Bros. & Molono sold 5200 lbs.
at an averago of $12.25.
Tho ontlrp sale averaged $12.25.
Total sales ..-. 11,500
Highest prico $17.50
Lowest prico 2.50
Special crop Hunter Bros. & Royco.
2105 pounds nt $14.15.
Total sales 20,509
"Highest prico $17.50
Lowest prico 2.90
No sales at the Independent, the
Orowors and tho Farmers & Planters
Lexington 100,000 at prices ranging
from $23.50 down.
Danvillo Market closes tomorrow.
Season's sales 0,000,000 pounds.
MISS LOULA LONG
Will Purchase More Kentucky Horses
Now Quest of L. T. Andorson
Mrs. R. A. Long and her daughter.
Miss Loula Long, wife and daughter
of tho millionniro Missouri lumberman
nnd philanthropist, who havo been in
Loxlngton at tho Phoenix Hotel for sov
oral days, left this morning for Mnys
vlllo, Ky., whoro thoy will spend soveral
weeks visiting the beautiful Polnt-au-.
view Farm near there. The farm is
ownod by Mr.Langhorne Tabb Ander
son, who with his sistor, Miss Jrnn.f
Andorson came to Lexington to take
their guests home with thorn. From
Point-nu-Viow tho Longs will go to
Bhelbyvlllo, tho former homo of Mr.
Long, whoro they will visit for some
Miss Long is known far and wido
as a true lovor of horses, and tho prin
cipal thing that brings her to Kontucky
is to buy sonio animals to send back to
hor farm, "Longviow," at Summit,
Mo., nbout olghtecn miles from Kansas
City. Thus far sho has mado no pur
chases, but will no doubt, before leav
ing the Bluo Grass Stato. Mr. Anderson
has a number of horses that Miss Long
will "look at" whilo visiting on his
Miss Long and her mothor, in splto
of their wealth and no small amount
of famo, havo a simplicity and charm
of manner that stamps them as being
of the fraternity of the truly great, and
aks mMtlng. tk;a as vt to r-
Oood First Mortgage Land Notes
Yiolding 6 and 7 Per Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
3 DEGREES ABOVE ZERO THIS
This morning tho mercury was 3 de
grees nbovo zero, two degrees warmer
Col. Georgo W. Adair reports that his
instrument marked 7 below nt his home
B. P. O. ELKS NOTICE.
All members of Maysvillo Lodge No.
704, B. P. O. E., nro urged to bo in
attendance nt tho jrogular session of the
Lodge tonight at 7 o'clock. Two candi
dates will be initinted, and several mat
ters of great importauco will be pre
sented for consideration.
HENRY E. POGUE,
A. G. SULSER, Sccrotary.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
TH.R Bust and Bigpost Clothing and Shoo House in Maysville.
The Virtue of Believcd-In Advertisements,"
OnJast Fridny we advertised any pair" Trousera in stock, worth and sold up to
$5, reducea to S3 35. Well, it' many days s noe aa man7 pants were so d in Mays
vi le In one day as we e-sold the day lollowing the aivertls meat. We told you the
bdsc will tM the flra-c to go. Take ou- adica aad come in uawr ",nd ge the best."
Oi Price deducing Sile on Win er Salts and Overcoats c osas this coming Sat
urday nignt. Wd h w y it some excellent garm nts in stock. Yju c m maki no bet
ter inves m-mt tn-in buy on-) ot our flaepo-erooats or Suits for next fall.
O ar Spriag H its nd Shoes ara noV ready for your inspect on. Come in and let
u show ti-m to vou.
z 5a:EaEiiNrGi-G?s. &, do.
Mr. A. W. Royco and wife on East
Second street, and Mrs. Wallaco Plum
mor on tho Lexington Pike, woro called
to Cincinnati, Ohio, on account of the
illness and death of their little nieco,
duuglitor of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Hilda-btnndt.
Tho infant daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Tho remains of W. H. Bliss will ar
Lemuet llildobrandt, of Cincinnati, O., rivo from Cincinnati on tho 1:36 train
died at their homo from whooping this afternoon. The funeral sorviccs .
cough. Tho remains will arrivo today, will bo held at Mr. Simon Nelson's at
and intorment in tho Maysvillo Com- 3 o'clock. Burial in tho Maysvillo Com.
Linen IS Linen at Hunt's
In buying linens here you know exactly what to expect,
bilihy. We give you full protection. Judge us by any item
We assume all responsi
on this list they are all
Linen Sheoting 2l3 yds. wide, carefully shrunk, 7Cc, 98c, $1.19. THE BEST PROOF
Bleached and Sllvor-bleached table linen 72 inches wide. Won-
,.,.. .. ' of our claims for tho E-Z Union Suit for
dcrful pattern variety, unsurpassed quality, SI, S1.25 yard. Nap- chlldron comes from mothers who havo tried it and refuse to ac
kins to match S2.50, $2.98. ccpt any substitute. Havo you heard of it, the great throo-in-ono
' . undergarment shirt, drawers and waist? For boy or girl. Sizes
Exquisite heavy doublo tablo damask, satin glos3, 72 Inch q to 12 yoars. Prico 50c.
width. S2.98 yard. Match Napkins. --. --------------
As towels aro a constant need these values should command I He UAY lb rAb I
prompt attention. 35c and 50c Turkish towels, actual 75c and SI when a woman seeks only warmth and
,,,n. i,i.., ,i ,. . r.j ... sorvico In a Coat. Stylo and snap count oven moro Just tho kind
qualities. Tho biggest towel ten cents worth over offered-our of Coats wB have ready for you now, AND AT HALF PRICE.
20x30 Colored-border hucks. The greatest 25c towel in tho mar- r
kct-our puro linen, hemstitched buck. MANY A WOMAN NEEDING A SUIT
If you don't need fancy linens better not tempt yourself by COD CDDIMP
looking at our Half -Prico drawn-work or Battenberg Scarfs, run OrniWU
Cloths, Doilies and Centers for they aro irresistible values. In tho jgj i&Ai'aSl CcS.
same class is our $1.25 all-linen satin damask lunch cloth 45 inches Tho opportunity is her's now. But limited opportunities aro llko
square. limited trains if you want to uso them bo on timo.
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MEET TOMORROW AFTERNOON.
700 SORE ARMS AT REFORM
Tho Ladies' Aid Socioty of tho Forest
Avenuo M. E. Church will meet tomor- Oflicors, teachers and inmates to tho
row afternoon at 2 o'clock nt tho homo number of moro than 700 nt tho State
of Mrs. Lizzie Plummor on Wood street, lioform School nt Urecndalo nro nurs-
All members urged to bo present. ing soro nrms, as tho result of a wholo-
MRS. A. P. FELTS, President. salo vaccination order at that institu-
MRS. J. C. SIMONS, Socretary. tiou several days ago.
Thomas McRohan nnd brido from Mt.
Sterling, nro tho guests of Mr. nnd Airs.
Charles Lavin of Commcrco streot.
WONDER IF MRS. LINVIIiLB. -HELPED?
Mr. Jako Linvillo informed tho odltor
of this paper -last Monday that ho bad
Paris Jott. of Brooksvillo. who has a slilnne'd from his farm near this city
position with tho Homo Warehouso nt , $1,-00 worth of butter and eggs to Mrs,
Maysville, nnd Prank Gnlbraith. of near
Oeriiinntown, aro horo doing society this
week. Mt. Olivet Advance.
IL C. KimbroiiL'h, Argual Hn'll, Loxing-
ton, to uso on her tnblo within the last
six years. Carlislo Domocrat, 14th inst.
! Our Ad. Writer Says
cWhen he advertises Rubbers, we have Oxford weather."
"When ho advertises Umbrellas, we have Parasol weather."
. "When he advertises Spring Suits and Coats, the thermometer goes below zero."
J "When he advertises all Winter Coats at half price, the mercury goes up."
SO WE ARE GOING TO POOL THE -
a WEATHER MAN THIS TIME-
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"ijueen quality fcuxroras tnac are just oeggmg us ror space id cms aavemseraent.
We hope everybody is enjoying these real winter days.
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CII3ML ft CONRAD