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ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Mm. Fred Dresol, who Las boon qulto
ill nt hor homo in the Sixth Ward with
rheumatism for tho past four wcoks,
shows very littlo luiprovomcnt.
THE EAELY ONION.
) T. D. Badglcy, Aberdeen's 'gardener,
him homo grown onions, und spring
chickens on tho streets this morning,
lho first of tho season.
Good First Mortgago Land Notoa
Yielding 0 and 7 Per Conk'
FRANK H. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
out"Ut of con I during the last Few
years has mude the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to net
more Wade your trade liy givlne
you a ereater value, for your money.
You will never Ret out ol debt, unlosa
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE GOAL CO.
I horoby notify tho public and all
nssociatesnot to'buy or uivo Willi in.
.Evans, ueuer Known as itairs--. anyi rrowui vjocuruu, ui iuuuikuiuo-j,
intoxicating lio.uor. If so, I will pros sold thoir crop of hemp, about 100,000
ecuto them to tho tent of tho law. I pounds, to a Paris dealor at $7.50 par
MRS. JAME3 LIMERICK. ' hundrod.
before putting them at 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
Stewrt Ball Bearing
Turns easiest clips fast lasts long, r ully J
guaranteed and costs only i
FOR SALE BY
Councilman E. Percy Le0 of Ripley
was in Maysvillo yesterday.
Mrs. Oracle Davis is still on tho sicl:
list at the homo of her son, Robort
Davis, nn Forest nvenuo.
Mr. Hugh O'Donnell, of Chicago,
lent Sunday hero with his mother, Mrs.
unice O'Donnell of Bridgo street.
Itov. II. B. Wilhoyto of tho First
Baptist Church will leavo today to at
tend a convention of Baptist Ministers
and Laymen at Louisvillo.
Mrs. W. It. Heiliu, whoso health "has
gieatly improved aftor n threo months'
tay with her parents, returned to her
homo in Newport today. Her mother.
Mrs. John Walsh accompanied her for
a short visit.
C. & O. ISSUES BRIDGE BONDS.
Now York. With tho announconioBt
of an issuo of $33,000,000 flvo per cent,
five year notes by tho Chesapeake &
Ohio railroad, tho stock sagged abruptly
during tho first hour of tho inarkot, de
clining to 00 against 03 7-8 yesterday.
One provision issued proscribed that
during tho terms of those notes the com
pany is setting aside $17,000,000 for
improvements to property boforo fur
ther dividends could bo paid. Officials
of tho road, said tho oarulngs would bo
sufficiently largo to eovtfr additional
Tho floating of tho nbovo bond issue
indicates that tho C. & O. is carrying
out its plans to flnanco tho bridgo pro
jtct. It will bo notlcod that it is stated
that $17,000,000 is to bo set aside for
improvements and this is tho estimatod
cost of tho bridge and connecting line.
Frankfort, Ky., March 0. Tho Ter
rell two and ono-half cent railroad faro
bill passed tho House tonight by a voto
of CD to 18.
AOED MAN ENDS LIFE.
Thomas Finn, aged about sevonty-flvo
years, died as a result of having takon
u mixturo of Paris green and whisky at
tho homo of his brother, Martin Finn,
piopriotor of the Finn Hotol, Brooks
ville. Ho gave no reason for commit
ting tho rash deed other than ho had
been unablo to sleep for a week or
more Ho was a bachelor and had livod
ia Brooksvillo many years.
THOUGHT TEDDY ROOSEVELT
WAS IN TOWN.
No, it wasn't Col. Theodore Rooso
volt who called at Tho Public Lodger
offico Saturday to get a Lodgor, but we
said, "Hello, Toddy!"
"No," tho gont replied, "I'm not
Toddy. I'm simply J. D. Rodgers, of
Lansing, Mich., and I sell coffins and
supplies. I'vo been takon for Col.
Roosovelt many times, however."
Ho certainly looked liko tho Boss Bull
Moosor, and said: "I was a strong
Roosovelt man onco. But never again."
REVIVAL SERVICES AT THIRD
STREET M. E. OHUROII.
Last night Row O. W. Buntou of Cov
ington, preached tho first sormou in a
series of tho revival begun at the Third
Streot M. E. Church. His text was
1st Timothy, 1st chaptor, 15th verso.
Dr. Bunton is no stranger to Maysvillo
people. Tho largo auditorium was com
fortably filled. Dr. Bunton held tho
closest attention of his hearers. At tho
clo80 a great many held up their hands
Prof. Tront tho pianist, is excellent
and tbo music is nbly conductod by Mr.
Richardson.. Tho combination insures
good music. Tho church is inspired and
there will bo a groat meeting.
We now have it We are positive it will not he sold at tbin
price again during this year. Come and get t wh'le it lasts.
Tbis lumber can be used for outbuildings, Cheap barn skiing
or most any purpose except Boo finishing worlc. Buy it now.
Ynu will need it before you can get it again at tbis price.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Socond and Limestono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY,
A. A. McLaughlin. l. N. Bkhan.
" First mid hoot lots f Uumnaute of Wallpaper j
now on bhIo. Prices 85c per lot up.
, Prifnd rr.Jikt. rm 5
SJ. T. KACKLEY &
H For Snip First-Class Gosnl nn Enoino nnrJ Oynnmo. 5
SOMETHING UNUSUAL ON THE
Tho Tacoina landed nt tho Ipcnl
whnrf this morning and had on board
two wagons loaded with tobacco. Men
who havo been on tho river front for
fifty years say it is tho first timo in
their recollection they over saw tobacio
brought on a boat in that wuy to Mays
villo. Tt was from up tho river 11ml
roads was responsible for tho shipment.
Another argumont for good road?.
Demonstration bXTm 7th;
By tho National Biscuit Co. of their fine lino
of Crackers and Cakes
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at our store.
Comn and hrine yiir friends.
S DINGER BROS., 2S
ritE8H FISII DAILY.
Prosh fish received overy day during
25 tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
N. H. Pctrio, tho genial Postal Tele
giaph manager, loaves today for Gains
ille, Ploridu, whoro ho will open and
mnnago nn oillco for tho Postal. Mr.
Van Sykcs will take Ills' plai'o hero.
Opened its 50th Scries March 7th,
with a rocord breaking number of
shares over 500.
Costs only 30 conti to start n share.
Never pays loss than 5 per cent.,
which beats 3 per cent.
Boom this record breaker.
Money to loan on easy paymonts.
J AS. W. FITZGERALD, Treas.
H. O. Sharp, Sec.
Are We Vour Druggists?
If not, why not? Our methods of dealing
squarely with all our trade has brought us many
now customers. Aro you
one of them? If not, we Khxi
again ask, why not?
M. F WILLIAMS & CO. T,,EDSTOrT
POWER & DAULT0N
Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, tho origin
ator of mountain schools in Rowan
County, will giv a stereopticon lecturo
ia Covington April 13.
FRANK B. RANSON
One of Naturo's Nobloraen To Bo Laid
To His Last Sleep In Tho Maysvillo
Comotory Tbis Aftornoon.
SWEET MELON MANtiOES-ag
Ver fl io ONION and OUOUMBBR PiOKLkS. TheBe
ara'both BE ITER and CHEAPER thaa you can make them.
Tdlt-phme us tor a Jar today.
PXr 43. v GIISIL k CONRAD
Tho remains of Mr. Frank R. Ran
son a native and former prominent
business man of this city, who diod at
Indianapolis, will arrivo hero tbis aftor
noon on tho 1:30 C. L O. train and will
bo met at tho dopot by his son, Mr.
Hickman Hanson and tho pall-bearers
nud friends and tnkon direct to tho
Maysvillo Cemetery and laid to rest be
side tho grave of his flrst wife, who will
n rmnnmborcd as tho lovablo Miss Bet-
tie Baldwin, daughter of the Tiito Col.
W. W. Baldwin and wifo of Anvergno
Mr. Ranson. is survivod by his sec
ond wifo, who was Miss Mary Spillman,
ai.d two children, oy Ms nrsi wire, .ur.
Ilickmnn Ranson, of Hampton, Vn., and
Mrs. Hnrry Woodward, of I.ouisviuo.
Deceased was at ono timo a deacon in
th0 Christian Church horo. Tho brief
funeral services at tho gravo this after
noon will bo conductod by Dr. John
Barbour, pastor of tho First Prcsby
Handsome in youth and msnhood and
ono of naturo's polished and noble gon
tleraon, his frionds will long chorish
happy momorios of him.
A WONDERFUL PICTURE
"Quo Vadls," Marvelous Production at
Tho Oom Mado In Eomo, Tho
Original Scenario of Great
"Marvolousl wonderful snd thrill
ingl" are tho comments heard from the
hundreds who saw this great movio
spectacle at tho Gem tboater yesterday
aftornoon and evening.
Tho sconario is laid, in tho "Etornal
City," Rome, and tho Italian cast is
suporb. Nero, tho cruel and crnzy
Roman Emperor and his court and re
tainers, nud the vast setting of this
bloodiest of all human dramas, are
shown in all Ub lurid horror and sublim
ity. Tho devouring of tho Christians
by a score of lions in tho arena, and tho
bound Lygta on tho back of a wild bull
and the killing of tho boast by Ursus,
tho giant, could not bo more horrifying
and realistically shown.
This marvelous Klolno Cinos Photo
drama, enjoyed an unprecedented run at
tho Astor Thoatcr in Now York and at
McViker'a in Chicago, and tho admis
sion was $1.00.
Think of paying $1.00 to sec a movio.
But it's worth it.
It is tho sensation of Europo and
"Superbly shown at tho Astor 'Quo
Vadis' superior to play." Now York
"Terrifying and inspiring exqui
sitely religious stupendous. ' 'Chicago
Now a. ,
"Of suporlativo merit thrilling and
spectacular." Philadelphia Ledgor.
At the Gem tbis afternoon and night.
Last cbanco to seo it.
Were Total Reported Tobacco Sales On
The Maysviile Market Yesterday
Soma Good Prices,
Total tobacco sales on tho Maysvillo
market yestorday, four houses report
ing, woro 101,375 pounds, as follows:
Total salos 12,305
Average price $12.79
Special crop: Holton and Slattory,
5400 pounds at $14.47 average.
Total sales 21.800
Highest prlco $18.00
Lowest price 1-60
Total sales 47,040
Highest prlco $22.50
Lowest prlco 2.90
Chas. Eitol, Mason Couuty, $13.00.
Cllft & McIIugh, Mason County,
J. Pickett Bouldlu, Mason County,
Total pales 10,210
Highest price $20.00
Lowest prlco 2.00
Euchre at Eaglo Hall tonight.
Mrs Booker T. Washington, Presi
dent of the National Association of
Colored Women, who, liko her husband,
is doing uplitt work for the race, will
speak in Dayton, O., beforo tho Colorod
Women's League and tho Colored Y. M.
C. A. March 24.
vtate or Ohio, City or Toliuo,
."rank J. Cheney make-until that ti U innlo:
armero. thetlnuof K J. Cuenrj A Uo, .doing
lualueulu the oltvoj Toledo, county nd tte
4foreild,an(-thntiald drninlll pa) the turn of
ONK UONURRU DOLLARS foruaoh and ever)
onieof UatrrlithMonnot be cured by the uieot
Hall'. Cturrb Cure. FRANK J. CHEN1.Y.
Sworn to before me and nuhtrrlhwd Id my ore
i-ncrthl.3thi1a)of Dwinher. A. D..IRM
(SlAL.) A. W ODtillllK,
riall'. Catarrh Cure li taken Internal!) andaeti
Urnrtl) on the blood and iuucouk urfoe of the
F J CIIKNr.V CO., Toledo. O.
Sold all Oriitralath 75c
Take Hall' l'mUvPHIiifnr'ittiltlt)at.oa.
D. HECH1NGER & CO.
Tha Bloqest and Bost Clothing and Shoe Store in MaysvlllB.
TO THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE BUYING AN
We wish to say that you had better come in now while we have yet
things Many took advantage of the big reduction sale last week and
garments are going fast. Be sure and get tickets on the Automobile.
Very truly yours,
O. KESOEiiaSTQ-EnR, &, CO.
Anjono found giving, trading or .oil
ing to Fred Minton, my son, indicat
ing liquor of any kind, will bo prosui it
od by law.
MRS. JENNIE MINTON.
Miss Angio Watson has returned from
Cincinnati and has accepted a position
with the Oliio Valloy Tulley works.
Mr-t. Mary E. Brock, matron at tin
City Mission, who is ill nt Wilson Hos
pital, is reported much improved.
MKS. LIZZIE NANZ SUFFEItS
Mr. Liz.iu Nan?, who had hor hand
caught in the mnnglo at tho Modol
Laundry a few days ago, had tho flrst
threo fingers of her left hand amputated
at tho third joint yesterday.
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At Their Price.
A group of Nightgowns at $ i include a pretty
gown with the new Lorraine embroidery; an
other gown of nainsook trimmed with American
lace; a third is empire style, the upper part of
dainty embroidery. A high neck, low sleeved
gown of soft finish cambric is trimmed with
That Show No Shadows
Opaque, thick and long. lasting, they cost lit
tle more than the flimsy kind that show shadows
and betray home affairs to inquisitive outsiders.
Heavy and sound, they may be had in one color
or two-toned, different color on either side. You'll
never regret equipping your home with these
light, lasting, shadow-proof shades.
Shadow Laces M?
Designed especially for the lace corset covers
to be worn under the fashionable transparent bod
ice, these 16 and 18 inch Shadow Laces are irr
very pretty patterns, with beading at- edges. 50c
and 75c yard.
Mrs. Calla McKce, of Dayton, Ky.,
who was Miss Calla Stophons of this
city, sister of Mr. Roo Stephens of
Commerce street, was operated on at
Sj ears Hospital Sunday for tumor and
aj pondicitis. A letter to relatives hero
today states sho rallied from tho opera
tion all right and was getting along
MAYO'S CONDITION IMPROVES.
Ashland, Ky., March 0. Colonel John
C C. Mayo was ablo to smoko a cigar
this morning and his brother, W. J.
Mayo, who has beon with him in Cin
cinnati, returned homo today. Colonel
Mayo evidently is much better,
SENATOR FALL WANTS A FIOHT.
Washington, March n. Tho lid of
secrecy regarding Mexico was lifted in
tho Sonato of tho United States today
by Senator Fall, Republican, of New
Mexico, who urged armed iutcrention
lor the protection of Americans and
other foreigners in tho stricken repub
lic. Tho galleries wero crowdod to
oerflowing and remained so for nours,
until Senator Sbhcly, of Indiaiin, had
spoken for tho administration, erpross
ing regret that tho subject lad boon
discussed in open session, and .tverrmg
that no adequate suggestion hud boon
ouered to composo tho difficulty.
The prettiest styles
always. Come early.
Gome in and let us show
yoti the cream in ladies'
Just about fifty
to show now.
They are beauti
ful and only
White, Tan and
Black. Why not
be fitted early
when stocks are
is going to be a
big oxford sea
son. Some swell
$3, $3.25,' $3.50 and
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