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There was n man who loved his bees
He always was their friend;
He used to sit upon their hives,
But thoy stung him in tlio end.
Efe0 "Moths" at Ocm today.
This is the last day
March 1st gas bills.
for discount on
Mrs. D. N. Peebles remnins ill at her
homo in West Third street.
Fireman Joseph Maishall of the
Washington Department is rejoicing
oxer tho arrival of n ten-pound baby
boy his wife presented him last night.
Oood First Mortgago Land Notes
Yielding 0 and 7 Por Oont.
FRANK H. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
before putting them nt the spring work.
Every horse is better for a good clipping. It not only
improves the appearance, but clipped horses rest better,
do better work and get more good from their feed.
Clip with the famous
Turns easiest clips fast lasts long.
guaranteed and costs only
FOR SALE BY
Dan II. Lloyd of Fernlcaf, was a busi
ness visitor yesterday in this city.
Miss Mary Frank Hughes was the
week end guest of her cousin, Miss
Mildred Cleveland of Dover.
Mrs. C. L. Tanmau was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. II. C. Pollitt at
Maysville, over Sunday. Vancoburg
Mrs. CharleB Haus and daughter, Miss
Margaret, of Portsmouth, Ohio, nro horn
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Cablish,
of East Tourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Dienor and
family who havo resided in St. Louis
for the past live years, will return to
Maysvillo to make this city their future
homo. Mr. Oso.Diener left for Cincinnati
this morning to meet his sister-in-law
and children, who will arrive here this
in "Moths" (iom to
Tho friends of Mr. Pickett Oldham,
of Cincinnati, will appreciate tho fact
that ho is improving in health, after a
long Beige of sickness.
Mr. W. E. Tomlinson, of tho Mason
Lumber Company, left on tho lato C.
& O. train last night for Huntington,
W. Va., called thero by a telegram an
nouncing the death of his aunt, Mrs.
J. W. Diddle.
Verv fl .e ONION nd OUtfUMBER PiOKLHS. These
aboth BBrTEBnd CHEAPER than you can malts them.
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GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
outnut ot coh! during the last lew
yeaTs has mdp the dealers push (or
wider markets, We are going to go'
more wradp your tradp hy givinc
yon a erfa'er value lor your monpv
You will newer get out o' debt unless
you buy wsely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Up to and including Monday's sale
the Vancoburg Looso Leaf Warehouse
hns sold 1,GG2,000 pounds of tobacco.
SOLD HIS FARM.
J. J. Ingram sold his funu near Sum
mit, on tho L. & N. R. It., yesterday to
Chnrlcs Lloyd, of this city.
"WITHIN THE LAW"
Dr. Bonn's Lccturo Last Night at The
Central Presbyterian Church
Tho lccturo last night delivered by
Itov. R. L. Bonn, on tho popular book
and play, "Within the Law," wns the
first of a series on the "Problem Plays
In beginning ho stated that ho wai
following a suggestion of othei min
isters in vArious places, in discussing
problems of the day as presented and
btought to tho attention of tho intel
ligent public in tho spoctncular form of
After a vivid and pathetic snyopsis
of tho story ho gavo a realistic por
trayal of tho true conditions in tho life
of tho working girl of tho cities; her
strugglo for existenco on tho meagre
uugo and the manifold temptation to
which she is subjected.
Following this hj) dwelt upon tho
much discuiscd and doplornblo truth of
what may bo dono within tho law; tho
rich going freo and the pjor alono suf
fering nnl concluded with on imposing
climax concerning tho Supremo law and
A freo will offering was taken toward
purchasing n piano for tho Sunday
School and both speaker and those in
terested wcro gratified with tho liberal
ity of tho contribution.
4 Thero noxt lccturo was annouucod for
tho early part of April.
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MANUOES - va
Wo now hare it. Wo arc poaitivo it will not be sold at this
price again during this year. Como and get it wh'le it lasts.
This lumber can bo used (or outbuildings, cheap barn siding
or most any purpose except fine finishing work. Buy it now.
You will need it beloro you can get it again at this price.
Tls3 Aff'rcnft i Mntht& fin inc.
Cor. Socond and Limostona Sts.
A. A. MoLaughlin.
S Twonty-flvo years ago we paid 75c. per $100 on a framo build 5
S ing with flvo coal stoves In dilferont parts of tho building. Today S
n on same site, $2.60 per $100 on building now of brick and metal, one m
H flue, and floated by steam. Then tho city had a volunteer flro do- p
gg partmont and now a flno up to dato paid system and yet look at tho )
H increase. h
Looking at the changes in our own business evory department
H is from 25 cents to 100 per cent, hotter and choapcr. Why is Ken-
tucky's insurance rate higher than any State in 'tho "union and 4
.por cent, hlghor than the avcrago for tho ontiro United States and
I territories. M
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OREQa'S IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA
MAKES CHARMING inT AT
There has never been a more charm
ing and pleasing feature in a Maysville
movie theater than that of yesterday
and last night, when Manager Tato of
fercd Gregg's Imperial Orchestra of
Lexington as tho premier attraction.
This musical organt7ation of twolv
pieces was said by critics who know good
music when they hear it, to bo the best
orchestra ever heard in .uaysville, and
Maysville has had somo of tho world's
lending bands and orchestras.
At the several performances yester
day, mntinoa and evening, 1,300 people
were thrilled with praise and delight at
t) o Gregg numbers.
Tho moving pictures ucro very fine,
while tho solos of -r. Percy Reed were
MRS. MARY E. BROOK MANAGER
OF THE CITY MISSION ILL IN
Mrs. Brock, tho capable nnd much bo
loved head of tho City Mission work
of tho city, was removed from tho
Mission rooms on Sutton street to tho
hospital jestcrday. Mrs. Brock is suf
fering from heart trouble superinduced
hy ovor-e.xertion during tho recent cold
weather, bringing as it did so many
added duties to tho unselfish women,
Mrs. Brock and Miss Hurd, who so con
scientiously met all demands made upon
It is hoped that as Mrs. Brock is re
sponding to tho rest nnd care given her,
that after a week or so of perfect rest,
sho may bo able to return to the Mission
Tho sympathy of tho community goes
out to her, in hor enforced rest from tho
work she loves so well, and to which
she consecrates her life
DEATH CALLS DR. WHITAKER
Sen of The Late Judgo Emory Whitaker
and Brother of Police Judgo J. L.
Whitaker Dies In Cincinnati.
Dr. Emery C. Whitaker died this
morning at 7 o'clock at his homo in Cin
cinnnti, nged 60 years.
Dr. Whitakor was a son of the late
I Judgo Emery Whitaker ot this city,
and was born on tho hill top and was
tho only brother of Judgo John 1
Whitaker of this city.
Dr. Whitaker leaves a wife but no
Tho remains will probably bo brought
to Maysvillo tomorrow for interment.
Wero Total Tobacco Sales On tho Mays
villo Market iesterday Oood
Farmers & Planters.
Total sales 30,033
Highest prko $10.50
Lowest price 2.00
Market very good.
Total sales 21,820
Highest price $10.00
Lowest orice 2.00
Special crop C E. Keeper, Blown
County, Ohio, average $15.41.
Market strong; oilcrings medium.
Total sales 10,210
Highest price $18.50
Lowost prico 1.80
- Homo Warehouse.
Total salos 102,110
Highest prico ., $10.7?
Lowest prico 2.00
Market very strong.
Special crop Martin Bros., Riploy,
Phono 519. mfXYSWILLt, HV.;
L. N. Bkiun.
W. II. Thomas, marsh! of Dover, was
in Maysvillo yesterday on business.
MISS SUDIE SHEFHARD SOLICITS
I will bo at homo this spring and will
bo pleased to do all styles of tho latest
in millinery work at very reasonable
prices. You are invited to call at my
home or phono 505.
MISS SUDIK SIIUI'HARD,
BROOKSVILLE MAN ATTEMPTS
Tho enorable Tom Finn, who hns
been making his liomp with his brother,
Martin Finn, at BrookilIe, gavo !im
friends a scare Tuesday when h0 mixod
&onio whisky and arsenic, drinking the
mixture, but tho prompt uso of the
stomach pump prevented nny serious
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1 An Insistent Need. I
Children's Underwear gets such hard use it
and drawers amply supplied. But there is no need
can get such well built sturdy little garments here,
PETTICOATS 25c, 50".
The New Warner Corsets
Your spring suit will have more style and
better lines if worn over the 19 14 Warner Model.
Graceful and comfortable. Perfect models for
slender, stout and medium figures.
Tho Mason Circuit Court was afllrmel
Wednesday by tho Court of Appeals
in tho case of Martha A. Bramel, ex
ecutor, against Anna Leona Crain, in
which tho will is broken, and Anna
Leona Crain wins a fourth sharo in her
grnndmothor's estato of $40,000.
Ono of tho most popular weaves for
Spring. Soft and drapes prettily. All
COSTUME AND BUTTERFLY
Rich floral effects.. They
S SPLASH CREPES. OING-HAMS. VOILES, CREPE DE CHINES, .J
One of tho most exquisite washable Ovor 150 tyle tno best valuos for and Qther Novcltlegt J
II niatcriate shown for Spring. t10 money H
9 25oYd. ' IPC, 12-.C, 15c. 10ot-1Dc- .31
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Judgo Nowcll reappointed Master
Commissioner Jamcn II. Ware of Brick
Mrs. Mary Jano Burton, mother of
Mnggio Maple, John Pollitt, Wesley
Mallcn, Frank Lassen, and Dlllio Gill
Burton, infants under 1 1 years of age,
was nppointcd guardian, with the
Union Trust and Savings Company
During tho month of February the II-
biary had 1,302 visitors. Books tnkon
out 1,007. Of these, seven perhaps wcr
' history or science, tho balance romnnce.
It would bo interesting to know how
ninny books and magazines had been
taken out for reference. There are
many fine volumes of reference) in the
library and thoy should bo used.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Owing to i ho prolonged wintor wo-ithor wc are now having wo havo decided to
givo you auotbur (nnd, y tho way, your last) opportunity to secure an Overcoat at a
greatly reduced pneo. VV iuel sine there are many who want to. buy an Ovorcoat
that thoy can woar almost a month yet and then havo it as good as new for next seaaou.
We are displaying hoiuo excellent vu'ups in our lviat window.
$10.00 and $12.00 OVERCOATS . . ,
$15.00 and $16.50 OVERCOATS . . .
$20.00 and $22.50 OVERCOATS . .
$25.00 and $28.50 OVERCOATS . . .
We turn you will avail your.oiv.d of thi. teaatof winter bargains. Always get
tickfts on tlm Automobile
REV. O. F. OWNEY.
Rev. C. F. Owney will preach at the
Second Street M. K. Church on net
Sunday evening for Rev. E. (I. B. Mann.
Dr. Owney is a fine speaker all should
SUPREME COUET KILLS PURE
Washington. Tho Pure Food and
Drug Law has been killed by tho Su
promo Court, according to Dr. Harvey
W. Wiloy, former chief chemist of tho
New Wash Goods
are beau- 1UU Pa"cnls. "B'ls ana oars. 3. incnos i or -.imonas. . .-jg
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DINGER BROS., thStil
FRESH FISH DAILY.
Fresh fish rccoived every day during
i-'S-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
Are We Your Druggists?
If not, why not? Our mothods of dealing
squarely with all ourtradehaa brought us many
new customers. Aro
one of them? If not,
aunin nnk, why not?
M. F WILLIAMS
Marriage license was granted yester
day to Edward Jett, 22, Robertson
County, and Bertha Owons, 21, Mason
County, to b0 married at Mt. Olivot.
is almost impossible to keep the little petticoats
for busy mother to worry with sewing when they
at prices so low one is tempted to buy them by the
DRAWERS 10c. 15c, 19c, 25c.
5J5J SPRING SKIRTS
for a month and judging from our sales the styles
are all the most critical demand. Tunic effects,
two-tier skirts and many new touches. There is
more style and quality in these skirts than seem
possible at prices so small,
Department of Agriculture Dr. Wiley
declares that tho high court's decision
on tho bleached flour enscs permits a
man to add traces of arsenic to food
with impunity Striehuino ami other
drugs of a poisonous character can also
FRENCH NUB RATINES. MANCHESTER GALATEA CLOTHS. V x "M
. . . . . The famous "Hydograde", the kind R
For one piece Dresses it has no equal. ., J3j
that don't fade. .
69c. 15c . jB
NEW PERCALES. WINDSOR PLISSE. ttM
Tlio Woman's Guild of, tho Church of
tho Nativity will meet Tuesday nfter
noon at 2:30 o'clock in tho parish room.
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& CO. T'KREET
POWER & DAULT0N
Biggest and Best Clothlno and
Shoe Hnusn in ifvn villa.
K. OF O.
Regular meeting of Maysillo Council
Xo. 1377 K. of C. this evening at 7:30
o'clock. A full attendanco desired.
T. W. BREEN, O. Pi.
JOHN McAULIFrE, Secretary.
Dr. A. L. Morford, brother of Judgo
C. B. Morford, editor of tho Ewing In
quirer, is reported critically ill of pnou
nionin at his home in Ewing. Dr. Mor
ford is a widely-known physician.
J-ph?ne u for a jar today.
125,000 pounds from
4. IISBL & CNAD
$ to m.
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