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Thanka to our friends
and the high class of
merchandise we sell,
we raised the monoy
we needed, and from
March 1st, next, the
Suits will he raised In
price ?2.G0 on each
suit. The Ororcoata
will remain tho same
price until all gone, so
if you want a suit
come at once.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
OEX THIS BOOK FREE.
County Agent A. M. Casoy has n fow
copies of tho Yenr Book of the Depart
went of Agriculture for disposal. Com
munlcato with him.
Marriago liconso was issued to Mr.
James A. Keith and Miss Efllo L. Cray
oraft, both of Lonis County. Squire
Bauer performed tho marriage ceremony
LBAVINQ OLD KENTUCKY.
Mr. Thomas Calvert and family are
moving from Mayslick today to his
farm recently purchased one and one
half miles this side of New Richmond,
A small blaze occurred yesterday
evening about 5:30 o'clock at tho home
of Mrs. Eunico O'Donnell in Bridge
street.. Th,o firemen were promptly on
the scono and had tho bI:io under con
trol in a fow minutes.
WE WANT THAT SHOE FACTORY.
You will in all probability be
solicited to help in a shoo factory en
terprise. Give tho solicitors the glad
hand. We need all the factories we can
get. Let's get together nnd get a
hustle on us and have tho shoe factory.
FUNERAL OF CHARLES LURTEY.
Th romains of Charles Lurtey, who
died in El Paso, Texas, somo time ago,
will probably arrivo hero on the 1:30
'train and bo taken to Mcllvam, Hum
phries & Knox's. Burial in Mnysville
-Cemetery tomorrow at 10 o'clock a. in.
HEAVY SNOW FALLS ON JUAREZ
Juarez, Mex., February 21. Snow in
large quantities was sened to turfmen
and followers of tbo turf lit Juare. to
day. The races were not postponod, but
the track was In bad shape all after
noon. Wintry winds kept tire attend
" ance down to the dyed-in-the-wool fol
lowers of the sport.
OHIO GOVERNOR MUST PAY ALI
MONY TO WIFE WHO RE
Cleveland, Ohio, February 21. Mrs
Richard H. Lee, who was Mary L. Cox,
Ib-'orced wife of Gov. James M. Cox,
.vill continue to get $200 a mouth all
mony until January 1, 1922, despite her
marriage Saturday to Leo, who wan her
attorney. In all she will get about
$20,000. The marriage cuts her off from
any allowance after 1922, tho date when
the allowance would have been cut in
half had she remained unmnrricd. the
Coxes were divorced here in June, 1911.
NEORO'S ATTACK CAUSES RUN.
AWAY; GIRL IS INJURED.
(Bourbon News of Tuesday.)
Suffering from numerous bruises
about the body, and badly frightened
from her experience, Miss Georgie
Oliver, aged 10, is at tho homo of her
grandfather, Mr. Doc Snapp, in Rud
dles Mills, as a result of an attack made
upon hor yesterday afternoon by a
necrro who crabbed her horse, which she
i was driving, whilo she was enrouto to
her homo from Millersburg. Tho horse
ran away and throwing hor out she
sustained painful, though not serious
injuries.. The negro it is alleged jump
ed in front of the horse and grabbed
Frightened at the sudden attack the
animal reared and plunged and succeed
ed in freoincr himself from the grasp
of tho man. He then dashed down thtf
road at break-neck speed. Miss Olhor
making every effort to check his speed
until a rug In the buggy becoming fas
. teued in the wheel caused tho animal
to increase his speed and soon got be
yond her control. Tho horso ran into n
ditch on the side of tho road, throwing
tjja occupant of tho buggy out.
T"he girl was reudered-partly uncon
scious by tho fall and hor injuries Wjye
so painful that sbo could not summons
assistance, and remained where she had
fallen until Mr. Hughes residing on the
G. S. Allen farm, found her on the side
of the road. The negro escaped.
WILL HAVE 26 VOTES "
Supporters of Green Insurance Measure
Predict That It Will Go Through.
(Frankfort State Journal.)
Despite the protest of insurance mcii
and their friends, it was reported late
3&V1at n'ght that the Greene insurance
"h .7.1 i t. 1 11 -. t..t.lu.l .!.
LUlll TTOUIU U6 pHB9UU, IUUSO UOU1UU IUC
Mill declaring they had 20 votes in the
gnato, moro than enough to do it.
Au1lfnr Ifonrv T. Hnnwnrth.
e retired last night, confirmed
the Glenn adherent had
to put It through,"
Jonn. earlier in
111 will pass.
ts, to th
estorday at tho sale held at iGoorge
Pollltt's stablo on Second street.
Mrs. S. 0. Duncan visited in Mays
vlllo tost- week. Sheriff Wallace
Poynter was In Maysvllle Sunday.'
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harboson and
daughter, Anna Fred, W. P. llarbeson
and son, P. W. Harbeson, were up from
Maysvlllo Sunday. " Miss Anna P.
Clark, of Maysllck, cumo over Wednes
day to spend a whllo with Mr. nnd Mrs.
James McCrenry. Jacob Hurst was
up from Maysvlllo yosterday to seo his
mother who is better, though still con
fined to bed. Fleming Gazette.
Dorn, Monday, to Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Iloffern, of Chorry street, a fine little
River dropping down rapidly
morning nnd is full of ice.
The towboat James Moron, attached
to 17 empty coal barges, was wrecked
by tho wind during tho blizzard at
Point Pleasant, W. Vn. Sevon of tho
barges got away from the crow and
BROKE UP FISH MARKET.
For some time past a fellow has boon
coming here from Maysvlllo selling cold
storage fish. Ho was hero again Wed
nesday and while cleaning some fish for
a customer in Electric avenue, noar It.
L. Walker's stablo, his "gun" foil out
of his pocket and went off, tho ball pass
ing through the glass of the side door
of the oflk'i! of the stable and passing
just over tho head of Howe Belt, who
was stnudiug by the stove nnd struck
tho pipe. It being tho noon hour nnd
Marshal Cimidy having gone to dinnor
tho Maysvlllo " gun-man" limbered up
his urtillery nnd struck a bee line for
tall timber. He may get hii jet.
Master Evciott Harris Shipley, tho
bright little sou of Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Shipley, of East Second street on
tertainod twenty-two of his little
friends with a Washington Birthday
Party Saturday from 2 to 5 p. in. The
rooms were beautifully decorated with
patriotic pictures. Music and games
were enjoyed until they repaired to the
dining room where refreshments were
served in "Washington style." The
guests were: Misses Gertrude Pollitt,
Marion Barkloy, Thelma Pollitt, Mar
tha and Lillinu Manning, Evelyn Cab
lish, Estene Mason, Dorothy Caplinger,
and May and Ruth Muse. Master Rod
ger Caplinger, Bell Hall Strode, Fred
Thomas, John Taulbeo Shnw, Stephen
and Douglas Manning, Charles Spencer,
Bud Dais, Ike Muse and Hensley Lin
ville. OH, ME, OH MY!
Col. Brent Arnold Plead Guilty In Salty
Cane and Pays $700 For His
Cincinnati, 0., February 21. Brent
Arnold, nged about 00 years, general
freight agent and superintendent of
terminals of the Louisville & Nashville
Railroad, well-known clubman and so
clety leader, pleaded guilty in juvenile
court late Tuesday on a Charge of con
tributing to tho delinquency of Mil
dred Crane, a sixteen-year-old girl of
Cincinnati Ho was fined $750 and
Tho episode with Miss Crane occurred
in-a manicure parlor on West Seventh
street. Colonel Arnold is well known
in Loxiugton and other Kentucky towns
Luke McLuke Says.
When a man starts to go to tho dovil
because of his matrimoninl troubles at
heme, he usually hunts out a devil who
has blond hair nnd bright eyes.
When ynu see a married man smiling
sweetly at his wife and paying her
overy attention possible, holding on to
her arm nnd assisting her across streets,
it isn't always because ho is in love
with her. Maybo she has caught him
doing something nnd he litis to act that
way because sho has the goods on him.
A girl's idea of a quitter is a young
man who will leave her side and go
home at 10 o'clock just becauso hor
father sajs ho can't stay nny later.
Tho girl who gots mad became a
newspaper doesn't print two columns
nbout her woddlng gots even mnddor if
a newspaper prints one lino about her
List of unclaimed lottors in tho Mays
vlllo postofllco week ending February
Beams, Mrs. Chu.
Bridges, Joseph D.
Cox, Miss R. S.
Dostes, C. C.
Gulley, Walter, B. D. 2.
HeuBOn, Miss Artio
John, Miss Jull
Lawton, Mrs. Ella Margaret
Lowifi, 11. M. (2)
Litzluger, Mrs. Joseph
Mills, Mrs. Mary, R. D. 1.
.Mo ran, Miss Lucille iUau
Stino, Mrs. Hattie
Thompson, Mrs. Rachael, It
One cent duo on above letters.
ties calling for same will please say
C. MATHEWS. P. M.
Our golored Citizens,
Sadie Bell, returned home yestorday
from several days' visit in Cincinnati.
Tho Colored Fraternity enjoyed the
line coasting last night. They started
nt the (an of the hill on Lexineton Pike
aB4 landed, oa the apron of the wharf
iejMwwstae.gWsjBf'grrafflS musymmwtintrwmmmmw,'.Bm.M,m,M.,..,,nw,,. -. ,l.m, . i , -,- .- , iXf
That is tho proud prlvllogo of
cvory American born boy.
But, whether or no, ho is
your son and photographs that
preserve his boyhood and youth
will mean everything to you in
after years. What he means
to yon now, ho will also mean
to others eouio day, and tho
little ooljoctlon "takoa at"
various nges will bo a price
less treasure for generations
The Photographer In Yeur Town.
LENTEN SERVICES AT ST.
The Lenten season openod tffls morn
iug at St. Patrick's Church with ser
vices at 7:30 o'clock which included
tho blessing of tho Ashes and the distribution-of
it to tho people. Services
each Wednesday and Friday evening
during the Lenten season.
0100 Birard, aloo.
Tbo readers of this paper will be pleated to
olenoe bai been able to cure In all It I stages, and
that li Oatarrb. Hall's Oatatrn Cure U the only
Catarrh being a constitutional (llnie,requitni a
oomtttutlonaltreatment. Hall'i Catarr jrels
taken Internally, aotlng dlreotl; upon no blood
ana muooui mrfaoei of the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of thedliraie.andglvlnn
the patient strength by building up the constitu
tion and anlitlng nature in doing Its work. The
proprletori have io muoh faith In tti ouratUe
powers that thry offer One Hundred Dollars icr
anyoase that It falls to oure. Send forllst of tes
timonials. AddressP. J. CUKNKT A 00.,Toldo,0.
Sold by all Druggists, 76o.
Mr and Mrs. Married People: Ba comfortable iu your
own homes, for there are Iota ot places where you must bo un
comfortable. We have Reclining Morris Chairs, Solt Leather
Uhairp, the restful Divans and (Jouches and inviting Reading
Tables that will give you ease nnd joy. Our Furniture, too,
's so well made and duiablo and our prices so reasonable that
you will be glad to buy from us.
42 West Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.
HERES A BARGAI N
We have about 60 Duabelfl CLOVER SEED that has about 16ft
AL8YKE in it that we are going tosell at $9 per bushel CAdtl.
Come quick if you want some of it.
iR-A-IOSTS BROS. PHONE 191
A Good Finish
If you have any Tobacco left and have not sold
some at the HOME, be sure and do so and you will
see the difference and discover why most people
sell their Tobacco
At the HOME!
IT WILL BE PLAIN AND
PROFITABLE TO YOU I
Market finished strong last Friday. Mefford &
Grimm sold a basket containing 75 pounds at ,41c
per pound, a basket of 30 pounds at 39c per pound
and a basket of 20 pounds at 51c per pound.
HOME HOLDS SEASON'S RECORDS FOR
POUNDS, PRICE AND SATISFACTION.
hi i Y
7 ill '$VW
Hcnsloy C. Hawkins of Maysllck,
qunlifled as notary public with Goorgo
Wood as surety.
Following are this morning's quota
tlons on country produce, telephoned at
0 o'closk by tho E. L. Mnnchostor Pro
Old roosters Co.
Oeese . . ... 9c.
Cincinnati, Fobruary 21. Rocoipts
for tho past 21 hours: Cattlo 1533; hogs
6101; sheep 009.
Cattlo Steady to strong. Shipper
$G.0O8, extra $8.iOS.i.'i; butcher
steers, extra $7.808, good to choice
$0.757.75, common to fair $5.G00.15:
belfors, extra $7.757.90.
Bulls Steady. Bologna $0.507.25,
oxtra $7.35, fat bulls $77.50.
Milch cows Steady to strong.
Calves Steady. Extra 12, fair to
good $9.5012, common nnd large $G
Hog1? Slow and genorally 10c lowor.
Selected hoavy $S.D59, good to choice
packers and butchers $S.059, mixed
packers $S.909, stags $37.C0, oxtra
Slioop Extra $5.50, good to choice
$55.40, common to fair $31.75.
J.ambs KKtra $8, good to choice
$7.G07.95, common to fair $5.757.50,
clipped lambs $0.507.25.
THE BUSINESS MEN
ate fully aw ars of the ralue nf good drenlni as a
business asset. They regard nell made, jxifect
flttlnr attire as touch of an essential a tbeat
ttactlye qualities ol aereil kept store or offloe.
The only question Is whole the tailor film can
make tbem the moat satlsfaotery KmeiU?
There can be no question of doubt It youUoe
your oraer with as. liemtmher this It the uly
store In this section where yoi can buy Ed V.
rrloe'smaie to measuee oojbta. fire the new
browns we are showing fors.s tola, they are
repeaters, Itemember we revalr all onr dry cleat
work tree ot charge in a workmanlike manner.
C. F. McNAMARA,
H Wait rrt Street. MftjreriiUiHy
I MUaHMWHHI I HHHI
H Have you ever tried our way
Bof borrowing money to pay for
2 You, of courao, know that
moat farm are sold for one
S third cash and tbo balance of
HI tho payment is represented by
H lien noted due in one and two
years, You also know that
there are times when it is im
S oesible to pay iheee notes
when they become due.
Our specialty is lending
money on good (arms for
LONG PERIODS. Wouldn't
you rather have' five years to
pay the balance than two years?
Any one expecting to buy
farma this March will do well
to come in and consult us about
getting tho money,
We have 'been giving satis
factory sbrvico for 24 years.
s Union Trust and
S Savings Co.
S Maysville, - - Kentucky B
MEETING OF LADIES'
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Soc
ond M. E. Church South will meet to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho
heme of Mrs. August Haucko on Wood
Wo have these in lOo package
and Maple Syrup in quarts at -10:
J. C. GABLISH
LIU J ICUI (( thetuaJlngtof'Jtetj
1 ' W'anttd," "Sltuatlom
tlVinWif." "toil" and uIXund," aiut not eiercxtlni,
Srte llnu li Itngth, are FJ2S to all.
WXo natlaMi AdrrrtkcaienU lncrtel
IS anrwai fall to conn the fir it time, we tnyitt at
nan repftltloni at are nectary to ttrurt unit you
ivcrtlu for, jr wUh advtrtltrrt to eel that f Aj
re not tmpotlng on v. ty urtng our free colamnt.
KrAdvcrttHTt mum furnlib cap, which can 6?
'eft at tht Qfflet or tent by matU
TBS PVBJ.;C LSDOER,
Xb. it Sou Third Street.
WANTED Girl to do genoral home
work and cooking. Wages $3 per
week. Phone 326.
WANTED Work of any kind o iti
honest, by a young boy, age 10. Oan
read and write. Don't imoko or oherr
tobacco. Address Walter F. Grisham,
R. D. No. I, at Mr. Wm. Toggle,
WANTED A girl to wait on table At
195 Market street.
FOB BENT a room cottages and 8
room flats, new, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot and cold water, one
floor, the acme of economy, comfort
and convenience. Excellent location,
Fourth and Plum streets. J. M.
FABM rOB SALE Woll improved:
374 acres on rural routo. 1
milos from Orangeburg Iligh School.
Prico $1750. Call on or "address Dr.
B. P. Moody, Maysvlllo, Ky. 25-6t
FOB SALE 1 B flat Cornot, silver fin
ish, in high ana low pitch. Cheap for
cash. Address Manager Pastime
TOB SALE A flno rosewood EMEB
SON Grand Square PIANO, excellent
tone, finest make, in good condition,
and without a blemish. Price reason
able. Call PnONE 883, Maysville.
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LOST Oold Ouff Button Saturday with
..initial "I" and oomo engraving on
it. Finder plcaso leave at this offlco.
LOST Pockotbook containing $1. be
tween Hunt's store and Fifth street
Finder pleaso return to Hunt's store,
LOST Gold cuff button between the
Backot Store and Forest avenue, by
way of the L. & N. Finder pleaso
leave at tho Backet Store.
LOST A plntlnum bar pin with ship
diamonds botweea Pastime and Dr.
John Barbour's residence. Boturn
to Miss Barbour.
LOOT Gold cuff button bstwwa Cms-
wwrea ui Market ctmt. Tiate
pleas Jeva at Walla ei'M rtiksrut.
THE MEMORY OF QUALITY REMAINS WHEN PRIOB IS
It is' Always
Set Your Goods at Hoeiiicli
Mako use of this bad spoil of weathor by doing your Spring
stowing. All tho new goods aro horo and you got tho first cholco,
and the prices aro bo reaaonablo that you can got two or three
drbsses for tho pries of a ready-to-woar and at tho samo tlmo use
your own Ideas of how a dross should bo made.
Tho lino of Trimmings is wondorfully boauttful and varied.
'Lacos, Silks and Ribbons for Girdles, Tassels, Ornaments,
Jewol Trimmings Brocadoa, Cloth of Gold, tic, &c.
Utatines, Voiles, Crepos, Embroidorlci, Oamasolo Lacos and Bra
broltioriei, Neckwoar, Gloves, &c, &c.
Make up your Spring bedding now. The prices ar advancing;
uuv wp iiuvo uivui at uiu um uuta.
birch Fashions are horo.
211 and 213 MARKET STREET. 9
Still in liir Ring
We Are Nfjt Going to
Leave Maysvlllo. We
Are Here tostay.
Wo merely wore closing nut
an extra line of ' Gb Stoves.
Come and boo our unrivaled
yoodg and judge for yourself.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
118 Sutton StreoV
The Wright Way
to Smoke Meat.
By using the Wright WaV of
curing meat you can have
the best meat that can possi
bly be produced. .
The Wright Way Isho ttfe
Wright's Ham Pickle ftor
making sugar-cured meat snVl
then smoke with Wright
Smoke. For sale by t
JOHN C. PECOR
tS'10 k m,
mi Dlly tExospl BuudftT
H. 8. ELLIS, Agsnt.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Etaneduls (Ductile Nov.
'' 80.UI1J Subject to Chang
JTRAINS LBATE MAYSVILLE, KY
0:8 a.m., 8:85 . m.,
1:13 p. m., dally.
1:80 a. m., 8:18 . a..
a..n ar m.
10:89 o.m. dally.
0-29 n m., 6:0 p. m..
T.56 p. m., week-days.
W WIKOFH1. aront
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a stoie 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 blaVzes forth to
the public that there is businessVenterprse,
merchandise and methods up-to-date. It af
fects the entire atmosphere of thfe business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of theTimes.
MAYSVILLE GA CO.
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wc Are nuw kcauy wn
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iGive You Our Servffce!
To ua service means tbia: To bell only
the bast merchandise to bo bad; to ivo
what yon want when )ou want it; to
gladly refund your money if wo fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Sohnffnor &
Marx Suit and Overcoat for tho price
you usually pay for the inferior kind.
Our stock of Shoes, Flats, Shirts and nil
the little accessories are soiocted with
great enro. Como in and at us out;
it's worth while.
THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
Thus if You
nut, utn s
talking about la tha splondld qual
ity of our fliio old Eye Whisky.
It is mellow, rich flavored and
pure, and makes a moat delightful
highball or bracing drink. It i
matchless In its medicinal prop
erties, too, and it nevor gives one
a hoadacho. If you aro a critic of
good liquors, you will bs pleasoA
to recommend this brand after tha
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
alse. rintNntlonnl rtank BnlltUats.
Local and Long lOffloeNo. HS.
Distance Phones (Kesldeno No 117.
OUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
m tf fi m
ww - r I s r l I - L . 1 Mi
Second and Market Streets. J
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