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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
In our garden are many roses,
Some of them are white and some are
Really, I nm very fond of roses,
But I want them now, not when I am
Don't wait to show me your affection
When tho earth is piled above my
In your gardon there aro many roses,
But I want thorn now, not when I'm
Samuel Lykins, deputy warden at the
Stato Reformatory, was elected custo
dian of tho State Capital at Frankfort.
THOMAS A. DAVIS
Tho latest word ftom Col. Thomas A.
Davis at Martinsvillo, Ind., is that thoy
wero oxpectcd to start for home with
his last Sunday, but his condition
grew worso and ho had to remain there
under treatment of Dr. Greene.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports bAiow the steady
outnut of con! during the last lew
yeaTa has ninoy the dt-alprs push for
wider markets,? We aro going to get
more Vrude your tarie by giving
yon a croatervaluo nor your money.
You will npvir get ont ol debt utiles
you buy wis fly.
MAY8WLLE COAL CO.
We dow bave it We are positive it will not bo sold at this
price again during tbis year. Come and get it wMIe it lasts.
Tois lumber can be used for outbuildings, cheap burn siding
or most any purpose except fine lli.iuhiui; work Buy it now.
You will neod ic before you cin get it agaiu at this price.
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Socond and Limestono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkiian.
Miss M.yirgarct Cougblin of German
town is tio guest of Mr. Chas. F. Mc
Namara f East Fifth street.
. FOR IT'S
I PLOWING' TIME I
IN OLD KEVfUtfKY
Twonty-flvo years ago wo paid 75c. per $100 on a framo build
in with fivo coal stoves in dliforent parts of the building. Today
on same site, S2.G0 per $100 on building now of brick and metal, ono
fluo, and heated by steam. Thou the city had a volunteer flro de
partment and now a lino up to date paid systom and yet look at tho
Looking at tho changes in our own buslnoss ovory department
is from 25 cents to 100 per cent, hotter and choapcr. Why is Ken
tucky's insuranco rate higher than any Stato in the union and 4
per cont. higher than tho average for tho entire- United States and
Mr. Stanloy McDowoll has returned
from a visit in Loxlngton.
MERCURY 3 ABOVE ZERO THIS
This morning's temperature was the
sumo as yesterday morning, 3 above
zoro, by tho government thermometer.
Tho cold wave hns about spent its
forco and tho weather will now grow
DINGER BROS., Leadlng kctailcrs
FRESH FISH DAILY.
Fresh flsh recoived every day during
25-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
POLICE COURT NEWS.
Judgo Whlttaker had only ono caso
on his docket yesterday.
Anthony Bcnsley, white, drunk, $0.50
THE LENTEN SEASON BEGINS AT
THE CHURCH OF THE
J T- KAOKL.P.Y& OO
Beginning today, Thursday, there will
bo Lontcn services at tho Church of the
Nativity every afternoon nt ! o'clock
Tho public is most cordially invited
to como and worship with us.
JAMES H. FIBLDI.Vii, Rector.
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
Is what you cot at our store. For every dollar
which is dropped into our cash register there
has left tho Bt ire a full dollar vuluo in mer
chandise. Our slogan is "dollar for dollar" and
every transaction is guaranteed satisfaction or
THE THIRD STREET
M. F WILLIAMS & CO.
POWER & 0AULT0N
And We Arc Right Here on the Jjb With a
: Full Line 0f Flows
Ready to supply your every want. Such names
E as "Oliver," "Syracuse"' and "Eagle," the latter
2 made by the James H., Ha11 Plow Co , this city,
are too well known to youj farmers for us to say
more. All we say is "Come in and buy. You
arc very welcome." ,
Mike BrowirsPlow Harness
Needs no recommendation. You farmers know
that the auctioneer'sj"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 ir was new. It's a fadl. We arc
still making good Harness and want to sell more
this year than ever fyefore. Come in.
MIKE BROWN, I
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SQUARE DEAL MAN. S
f Atlantic City,
Mrs. George L. C'x, J
has Railed for Eunvie
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Mr. Frank Na'ih(wns a visitor
Manchester frien; Tuesday.
Miss Alico Ll; rd, who has boon ill is
again in her u- h good health.
"Jlrs. Robert Jwcns will givo a card
party Friday I ftornoon at her home in
West Third v ieet.
Tho many! friends of Miss Fannie
Hayes will i,e glad to know that she
has recover from a serious attack of
whooping ef'ugh and is able to bo out
WELCOMING THE HOMESICK BULL
ColumbiB, O., February 25. Repub
lican .leaders today prepared for an
overflow crowd at Memorial hall to
morrow, when O. O. P. members and
homesick Bull Moosers will break broad
together and analyzo their chances for
a victory this fall.
PEOTECTINQ THE HUMBLE
E. E. Kidwell, of tho Button Factory,
has returned from Frankfort, whore he
has spent a portion of last week look
ing to tho defeat of tho proposed mussol
shell bill, consideration of which was
postponed until Tuesday of tbis week.
THE SHOE FACTOEY MATTER,
Tho gentlemen who aro soliciting
stock for tho new shoo factory here
have met with considorablo success.
This proposition is entirely i Maysville
matter. It is left to tho people in
Maysville to say what shall be done.
When tho gentlemen call upon you
givo thorn a hearing, and put your name
on tho list for stock.
HARRY BARKLEY LOSES
Yestortfay morning, airs. Harry Bark
loy of Forest avenue, on her way down
Third streot from Dr. Franklin's, had
tho misfortune to drop hor pocketbook.
She thinks tho loss occurred near the
Catholic Church. It contained quite i
largo sum of money.
Two boys woro observed to pick up
a package near there a short timo after
Mrs. Barkley had passod, but they have
not boon found.
THAT SPELLING BEE.
You havo gotten the date, Friday
night, February 27 at 7 p. in.
Everybody is coming and of courso
you want to bo there. You will bo wel
come. You want to meet all your
friends for thoy aro coming.
Tho Sixth Ward champion spellers
eond word thoy had their old bluo back
spelling book down all week, and they
nro ready to go up against any nnd nil
comers. You want to bo thoro. Tho
weather man says he is going to bo
Forest avenue is expecting a great
crowd and a jolly good timo.
SWEET MELON MANtiOES-a
Var? fl ,a ONION nnd OUOCJtf BER PiOKLES. Theee
r both BKITER and OHIAFM than you dan make thm. aKo 6t h cents.
TelvgkJDCUl'tora) AT today. Mt. Sterling 101,000 pounds
rata t roIU K WUtlRAU price ranging iron x 10 iwc,
D.Sam White, Ripley Banker,
and Lon Williams, Trans
fer M n, Killed By C.
O.'s No. 5
Oreadful Accident at Sjulh Rip
ley This Morning -
This morning about 7 o'clock, D. Sam
Whito, bookkeeper in tho Citizen's Na
tional Bank at Ripley and Lon Wil
liams, driver of tho transfer wagon wore
instantly killed when the wagon was
struck by No. 0 passenger train on tho
O. & O. at the crossing near tho South
Mr. Whito's body was torribly
Tho transfer wagon was demolished
and tho two big draft horses also killed.
Mr. hito was a son of the lato Thos.
Whito, of Ripley, and ho married a
daughter of Mayor N. O. Rldgeway of
No. 5 was going at CO miles an hour
bound for Cincinnati and tho engineer
was not to blamo.
CAPT. AND MRS. PHISTER EN-TERTAIN.
Tuesday evening, Captain nnd Mrs.
C. M. Phister, who havo apartments in
tho llnrbeson Flats, cntertainod very
delightfully, a number of their lady nnd
gentlemen friends with Yictrola con
ceit. Mrs. Phister has a very elegant
ictrola and tho exquisito mu9lc was
CHICAGO WOMAN bLAIN IN KIT
CHEN WITH -xtEADKNIFE.
Chicago. Mrs. Elizabcath Healy,
wifo of a wealthy druggist, was slain
with a bread knife in tho Kitchen of her
home. Mrs. Healy, tho police belice
was tho victim of a beggar whom sin)
refused to feed. Tho blood stained
knifo nnd a pair of cheap cotton gloves
wero found on the floor of tho room bo
sido Mrs. Healy.
Was Amount of Tobacco Sales On The
Maysville Market Yesterday.
Tobacco sales on tho Maysville mar
ket yestorday wero 117,210 pounds, all
houses reporting as follows: ,
Total sales 33,335
Highest price $17.50
Lowest price 2.00
Tobin and Henizo sold 4,400 lbs. that
averaged $14.53 per hundrod.
Total sales 49,045
Highest price $10.75
Lowest prico 3.10
Market extra strong.
Total sales 13,180
Total sales 10,300
Highest prico $18.75
Lowest prico .-. 2.60
Harding & Malono, Fleming County,
recoivod an average of $12.70 for their
Total sales 13,050
Highest 'prico $18.75
Lowest prlc'o 2.40
Farmers & Planters.
Total sales 18,100
Highest prico $22.00
Lowest price 2.00
Lexington 150,000 pounds.
Richmond 70,000 pounds at an avor-
Good First Mortgage Land Notes
Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
THE M. E. CHURCH REVIVAL
CLOSES AT MURPHYSVILLE.
Th0 revival at tho Murphysvillo M.
L Church has "closed after a most in
Thero wero 42 additions to tho church
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Thfl Best and Biggest Clothing and Shoe House In Maysville.
'The Virtue of Believed-In Advertisements."
On last Fridny we advertise 1 any pair TVousera in stock, worth and sold up to
S5, reducei to $3 35. Well, ic'- many days s nca as many Dnta were so d In Mays
vi ie In one day a w e sol i the da lollowiog ihe a ivartts menc. We tola you the
base Mll Im th-t flrsr, to gj. Tik-3 ou- adici aud come in uoov "and ge the best."
O i Pr c educing S ile on Win or Salts and Overcoats c osis this "oming Sat
urday mgat Wd n - v i y-t sjma exc-tllent garm nts in stock. Y u c m mak t no Det
er invtts m mt tn-in bay mi ot our flae Overcoats or Suits for nexi fall.
O r Spring H its nd Shoes ara novv ready for your inspect on. Come in and let
u- phow r.'m to vou.
D. HH30:ilsrG-E!F2, &, OO.
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
C. A. Goodman of Lcwisburg quaiincd
lis notary public, with W. A. Marshall
A. H. Dillon of Sardis qualiflcd as
notary public, with C. L. Wood
surety. f Frank Wright, is reported this mom Monday, the importation of a St. Louis marcs Alico Lew
Housley C. Hawkins qualified as no- ing in :v very serious condition, ilio commission merchant, who says ho can Tho prico paid 1
Littlo John Kobort Chanslor of Mil-1 Ono hundred cases, containing 30,000 E. It. Little, of Paris, sold to J. R.
as'lorsburg, tho nephow of Charles and eggs, arrived in St. Louis from China Magowan, of Montgomery, tho brood
is, 2.15 Vi aud Eveletto.
for the two marcs was
tary public with Georgo Wood as suroty
littlo fellow is suffering with pneu
sell tho eggs to retailers at 20 cents l
doren and make a profit.
$2,000. Both marcs are safo in foal
t to J. Malcolm Forbes, 2.08.
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Linen IS Linen at Hunt's
In buying linens here you know exactly what to expect. We assume all responsi
bility. We give you full protection. Judge us by any item on this list they are all
Linen Shooting 2a yds. wido, carefully shrunk, 75c, 98c, $1.10. THE BEST PROOF
Bleached and Silver-bleached tablo linen 72 inches wide. Won- . ... . .
, , , of our claims for the E-2 Union Suit for
dcrful pattern variety, unsurpassed quality, ?1, $1.25 yard. Nap- children comes from mothers who havo tried it and rofuso to ac-
kins to match $2.50 $2.98. CP any substitute. Havo you heard of it, the great three-in-ono
.... ' . . . . undergarment shirt, drawers and waist? For boy or girl. Slzos
Exquisito heavy doublo table damask, satin gloss, 72 Inch 6 to 12 years. Price 50c.
width. 82.08 yard. Match Napkins.
As towels aro a constant need these values should command I lib UAY Id l Au I
prompt attention. 35c and 50c Turkish towels, actual 75c and $1 when a woman seeks only warmth and
..iii rm i., t t. , t, t , sorvlco in a Coat. Stylo and snap count oven more Just the kind
qualities. The biggest towel ten cents worth over offorcd-our of Coats w0 have ready for you now, AND AT HALF PRICE.
20x30 Colored-border lmcks. Tho 'greatest 25c towel in tho mar- '
kct-ou'r pure linen, hemstitched huck. MANY A WOMAN NEEDING A SUIT
If you don't need fancy linous better not tempt yourself by CDR QPRIMP
looking at our Half -Price drawn-work or Battenberg Scarfs,
Cloths DoUies and Centers for they are irresistible values. In the ffiH & SS oKr.
same class is our $1.25 all-linen satin damask lunch cloth 45 inches uiQ opportunity is her's now. But limited opportunities aro like
square limited trains if you want to uso thorn be on timo.
Ex-Sheriff W. II. Mackoy, wifo and SNOW IN DIXIE. RESULT OF THE JARVIS SALE
littlo daughter, who havobcen wolcomo AT CLARK'S STATION.
residents of this city for sevoral years, Now Oilcans, Fobruary 25. Suow fell Mr. William Jarvis, Tuesday, nt
havo roturned to his Bluo Grass farm over a largo portion of Mississippi and Clark 's Station, held n salo of his
on Tuckahoo, whero thoy will mako places in Louisiana today aflordiug res household good and farming imple
their homo umid all tho blessings and i Jcnta of that section of tho country an
charms of country life. unusual sight.
ments. Ho also sold four head of cat
tie, eleven head of hogs, two horses and
Saturday Will Be RED LETTER DAY
Choico of all Wimer (Junta nt j4 price.
Only SEVEN Wiuter Suits left. If wo Lavo jour
Bizo you cud make our own prico.
"Rojal" Linen WaTflts. soiled, but water is cheap.
7c, worth up to $3.
75u Bungahi Aprons 50c.
Colored Petticoats, nearly all silk, $1.50.
We sell nearly all that aro cold in this county.
IS A REASON.
New Spring Arrivals!
"Queen Quality'! Oxfords, 4
New Dress Goods.
Big line of New Rugs, Carpets and Mattings.'
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a mulo, and a (.tack of hay. There wai
a good crowd present nnd ovorythingV
brought good prices. Tho salo netted
ovor $1,300. Mr. Jarvis will movo .in J
a short timo to his farm, the O'Connell
plnco, near Lowisburg, which ho has re
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