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Don't put it oil' auy longer,
as tho price wo havo on our ro
inaiuing stock of Oveicoat8 is
soiling them to oursatisfattion.
If you huy ono now wo also
guarantoo your satisfaction.
Our reputation goes with every
Ovorcoat, so when we tell you
thoy ore bargains it is just that
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
GEO. VV. VANDERBILT, OWNER OF
BILTM0RE," IS DEAD.
George W. Vandeibilt, nged ."2, mnlti
millionaire philanthropist and sports
man of international reputation, died
at Washington, Friday, from heart fail
ure following au operation for nppen
(Ileitis last Tuesday.
Tho remain will bo taken to New
York today for interment.
Mr. Vanderbilt was the founder and
cwner of "Biltmore," in North Cam
Una, one of tho greatest estates in the
Goes To New Insurance BUI Despite
Throat of Companies.
Frankfort, Ky., March 7. Governor
McCreary today signed tho Green-Glenn
ftro insurance bill. Tho bill nas in the
hands of Governor McCreary only a few
hours until he had put his signature to
it, making it a law. The measure is
very objectionably to the fire insurance
The act extends the powers of the
s. Stnte Insurance Rating Board so thaN
it .may enforco its schedule- of fire in
suratlco rates. It increases tho tax on
premiums for the support of the boatd
from one half to one per cent., and
pormits the board to employ n hydraulic
and electrical engineer and as many
others ns it sees fit to do within tho in
come of slightly under $50,000, estimated.
Report of the Condition of the
Bank of Maysville
National Banking Association
At Maysvillo, in tho State of Kentucky, at the close of businoss, March ith, 1911:
Loans and Discounts f.'iS, 12.1.8 1
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,15$.'.)
U. S. Bonds to secure, circulation . . 100,000.00
U. S. Bonds on hand .... . . 1,500.00
Bonds, Securities, etc " 12,107.21
Banking House, riirnltiire, nnd fixtures 15,000.00
Duo from National BiuiKs (not reseive agents) 200,58
Duo from Stato and Privnto Banks nnd Hnnkris, Tjust Coinruiies, and
Savings Banks 21,832.03
Due from approved Rescne Agents. ..-. 0S,7J7.8I
Checks nnd other Unsli Items
Notes of otner iMnuonnl Banks
Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and
Redemption fund witli U. S. Treasurer (5
Capital Htock paid in
Undivided rrotits, less Expenses and Taves paid.
National Bank Notes outstanding
Due to other National Banks
Due to Stato and Private Banks and Bankers . . .
Individual deposits subject to check
STATE Or KENTUCKY, COUNTY OP MASON, bs:
I, R, K. Hoeflich, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly sweai
that the nbovo statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and belief.
R. Iv. HOEFLICH, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of March, 1911.
JAS. M. COLLINS, Notary Public.
My commission expires rebiuar 11,1018.
CORRECT ATTEST: .1. F Barbour, R. A Cochran, John Barbour, Directors.
ELECTRIC SELF-STARTER AND
Now ou exhibition at our salesroom. Think
of it! A S-pnssoner Touring Car completely
equipped with Electric Self-Starter and Elec
tric Lights for $100 leas money than tho next
lowest price 5-paeteuger car without tho oleo
CENTRAL GARAGE CO.
wt,W!)M. i .,,, ,,.i nmwai
The tyrant cruel and vain,
Who played the tyre and sang
While Rome burned.
In tho Wonderful
GEORGE KLEINE'S RECORD MAKER
The Greatest Picture IV or Shown In
Maysville. 8 full Heels B.
&&Srge! Adults . . 25c
rai,&& ch idten 10c
Shows at 1; 3-30; 0:30 and 8:30 P. M.
Mrs, Molllo Wilson ol Manchester,
Ohio, h isitiug her nephew-Dr. K. !'.
Moodv at the Hill House.
FARMERS ARE NOT THROUGH
(Mt. Olivet Tiibuue.
It m.i v appear strange, but is neer
theh-H tlie met, that quite n number of
fni mem hao not yet finished stripping
their tubnvcu As the warehouses will
Minn I'lose, it would bo well for both
siller and liuyer to gel the remaining
tuliiui'ii into market. Only a few days
will elape when the spring work will
demand nil the ntteution of farmers,
and mi time should be lost from now on
to get their tobacco into maikct. It
tarely eer pays to hold u crop over.
. . 2,130.00 11,305.05
pel cent, of circulation 2,000.00
Mother has hnd her plcturo
taken rnther oftonor than fath
r has but ovpu slip Imsn't In
two vents nnd THAT picture
will never do to semi to Aunt
Sho wears her hair so much
moro becoming now and any
way, Its high time thero was
another picture for the family
The Photographer in Your Town.
Think of the ncrvo! The lawyers who
tried to bust tho Hurley Tobacco Co.,
demand $15,000 fee
WHY 7,000 DRUGGISTS
Guarantor and Koconnnend Viuol.
If any one should know tho value of
:t medicine it is the retail druggist who
Therefore, whon over seven thousand
ol the best retail druggists in the coun
try loeommend Viuol. our delicious cod
liver and iron tonic, without nil, as
tho greatest tonic reconstruction nnd
strength creator thoy havo over
sold, it must indicate tho value of Viuol.
We could publish columns of such
testimony as tho following:
.1. C. Brady, druggist of Tall River,
Mass., siys: " In cases whero cod liver
oil, emulsions and other tonics fail,
Viuol will heal, strengthen and cure.'
l A. I'otterfield, druggist, of Charlos
ton, W. Va., says: "It is :i pleasure
t- sell Viuol ns it gives such universal
Hunter & McOce, druggists, of Jack
son, Miss., say: "Wo havo great con
fidence in the strength creating and cur
ative wiliie of Vino!. '
We ask every run-down, nervous do
bllialed,, nged or wenk person or any
person sutlering from chronic coughs,
colds or bronchitis, to try a bottle of
Vinol with the understanding that tboi
money will bo returned if it does not
do all wc claim. .1. l I'ecor, Druggist,
1'. H. l'or itching, burning skin try
our Saxo Salve. Wo guarantee it.
FAIR TODAY AND TOMORROW
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produoo, telephoned at
9 o'clock by the 15. L. Manchester Pro
Old roosters 0i.
Cincinnati, March 7. Wheat easier
98Vi(7.99",(ic; corn steadv fi7i0SVjC;
oats steady llM!'Jc; rye steady, 00(7?
Hog iceeiptH 1121; market steady.
Cattle receipts 191; market steady,
cahes steady. Sheep receipts 13; mar
ket stead ; lambs steady.
Provisions steady, butter steady, eggs
sleadv, poultry steady.
Dr. John Barbour Delivers a Delightful
Talk On "Tho Women of
One of the most delightful meetings
of the Woman's Club was that of last
Fiidav when a largo audience listened
with rapt attention to Dr. Barbour's
address on "The Women of Shakes
reare. " These characters created by
tho immortal pen of the great poet we
have :i1w:ih known nnd admired in a
way, but they assumed proportion of
beauty and worth under the skilled
word painting of tho speaker that iu
Nested them with a wonderful nearness
an'd liumnnness. Ho most effectively
brought out the filial devotion of Cor
delia in spite of injustice, the winsome
charm of -Rosalind, the nobility and
cleverness of Portia. From these and
othei heroines of Shakespeare strong
moral lessons were taught for the en
couragement nnd inspiration of the
women of today. Dr. Barbour paid a
high tribute to woman when ho said
"Shakespeare's greatness was trun
mitted ly his mother, Mary Ardeu, for
his father was a worthless uo'er-do
well." Tho lecture was most enthu
The club decided to invito Mrs. Cora
Wilson otowart to speak here tho 20th.
The Chairman's tea followed the
meeting and with tho exchaugo of
friendly greetings and interchange ot
thought upon matters of mutual Inter
est tho time was pleasantly passed.
The pretty appointments of tho tnbl?
thr graciousness of tho hostess, Mrs.
John arbour and Misses Jessie Yancey
ni d Lottie Berry with their assistants,
'Issess Elizabeth Barbour, Harriet
Cochran nnd Lydn Riclioson, iimdo tho
occasion most enjoyablo.
HERE'S A BARGAIN
We have about 00 Bushels OI.OVEK HEED that has about 16
AL8YKE iu it that we are going to sell at 9 per bushel OABH. t
Gome quiok if you want some of It,
Julia Mnrlowe Is very 111 In Baltlmoro.
London suffragottes'ngnln on tho wnr
Remember tho Parent-Tenchor meet
ing at the High School Building tomor
low afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Our golored Citizens,
Messrs. Walter T. Leo of Covington
and Frnnk N. Leo of Toronto, Ontario,
are tho guests of tlioir parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. IF. Leo of East Third streot.
PAILS OF WHITE FISH
PAILS OF FANCY
AND OTHER LENTEN GOODS
J. C. CABLISH
And prices satis
factory at the
Pounds Sold There
Remember we will
continue to care
fully handle the
Tobacco and look
closely alter every
until the finish.
If you have any
left you might as
well take it to the
IT IS WORTH.
To Obtain the
Of the PEOPLE
One must do just exactly
what be agrees to do. This
is just what we nro doing.
We hellevo this will ulti
mately bring us a successful
business. We understand
the rhinibiunriusiiiojs thor
oughly andean install your
Plumbing completely nnd
satisfactory-that we will give
you the sorviao you havo a
right tn expect, (live us a
GEORGE H. TRAXEL
COR. THIRD AND UME8T0NE8T3.
Have you ever tried our way
lg ol borrowing mouey to pay (or Jj
M a (arm g
J You, q( course, know that Qj
most (arms aro soljl for ono-
S third cash and the Imlanco of 5
H (bo payment Is represented by h
I lien notes duo in" one nnd two
jg years. lou also know that
there are times when it la ini-
possible to pay theeo notes
H when they become due.
Our specialty id lending
5 money on good (arms for
LONG 1'ERlODd. Wouldn't
Jj you rather havo tiro years to
JJ pay the balanco than two years?
Any ono expecting to huy
5 farmi this. March will da well j
to tomo in and soubuU us about I
2 getting tho money. j
m We have been giving satis
5 factory strvice for 24 years, I
a Union Trust and a
Savings Co. a
8 Maysville, - - Kentucky S
Oaiifto marks 20 fcot nnd rising.
Tho Island Queen nnd tho Princess, of
tho Coney Island Hxcursion Company,
at Cincinnati, have left their winter
quarters in the Kentucky River for
Cincinnati, where they will mako their
initial evcursion noxt Sunday.
Low liveV stage has tiod up all the
l.'iijje packets at Pittsburgh.
Capt. Jonathan W. Wood, a veteran
Ohio River man, died Friday at his
home iu Pittsburgh, aged 75 years.
i I U KS IIUI (yC I the htadlnoi t'f ' ifll
1 ". ' Wiintnl." "fHluntlnn'
WtiiileJ,'" hf iiii.I "AbiiriJ," unit not AtcrtJInp
Hirer line) I i 'enitt, ure t'UKK tit till.
"No IIunlttrMi AiltrrtlMiu'UU Inxrlril
i i ni All! to eume the ftrtt time, vie 1m He an
HfiiW i rprtttioiu at ji lttcemryto tecuf nluit you
I'Ueitlir for. tie tvttlttJiertlttri tu tel thatthei
tenet tmjtcilitu on utfcv uitno our free tulumni.
uri'jiiiertlitri uvtr fjrnttli copy, which can be
left at t office or nl&y m.ill.
Tim j-uml:o ikvoih,
-- t- XM&KtTlllrJ Street.
WAXTUl) At once, single cot or suiMl
aiiitiirv steel bed. I'hono 115. mil tf
1IAVK A OOOD SALARIED POSI
TION' for married man botweon the
ages ot LTi tud 3.1 ears. (let an iu
terview by addressing Box 394, Mays
illo, Ky." 0 3t
VANTRD Farm work of auy kind. Ky
Mibet and honest man. Call at Ken
lucky Iloiel, Maysville, Ky.
WAITED Girl to d. general houso
work sad cooking. Wages $3 per
week. Phone 320.
WANTED Work of any kind so its
houost, by a young boy, age 10. Can
read and write. Don't smoke or chow
tobacco. Address Walter F. Grieham,
11. D. No. 1, at Mr. Wra, Tuggle,
WANTED A girl to wait on table at
1L'5 .Market street
I'OU KENT 0 room cottagos and 0
room flats, now, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, .toilet, hot and cold water, one
floor, the acme of economy, comfort
and convenience. Excellent location,
Fourth and Plain etreeU. J. M.
I'OIl SALE Smith Nixon upright
giaud piano and a lot of housohol 1
lnrniture. Must be disposed of in the
next fow days. Apply to M. J. Ken
ny, 1103 Foiest avonuo. 0-3t
FOH BALE Two bolsters and four pil
lows, now, and bod quilts. Apply to
i!S' Limestone- streot. 3-0t
FOH SALE STEEL UNIT FILING
CABINET, consisting of Card Index,
Wrtlclo Letter File, Storage Draw
on, and Cupboard Sections, Sanitary
lias and Tops. Frlce low. BOOM
S5, First National Bank Building.
FOIt BALE A Cno rosewood EMER
. SON tirand Sipiaro PIANO, excolluut
tono, tiuest make, iu good condition,
and without a blemish. Prlco reason
nble. Call PHONE 383, Maysville.
LonT ilold brooch, set with two corals,
bet een Front streot nnd Lovol's
(,'iocory. Findor jilenso return to
LOST Chili's gold bracolot with the
lottor "I" engraved thoreon, either
iu tho Pastimo theater Thursday
night or on Sutton street. Itoturn to
317 Sutton street and recoive reward.
LOST Plume. Finder please return to
Simon Nulaon's store. 0 tit
LOST Gold bar piu with the nam
"Mary" tipott it. Finder plousa re
turn to this office.
LOST Ited coat button betweeu Ceu
tral Presbyterian Church and Forest
uveuuo steps. Please return to Mar
tha Benn. 3-flt
It is Time to Do Your 1
Spring Sewing ! I
t.. ?e hy v11.0 80da you waut' attract-vo in quality and pric
Mus Ins, Cambrics .Nainsooks, LonB Cloths, MuUs, India Linens, 5
pimtti.s. Linens, Voiles, Cr.pes, flatlnes, Canton Cr.pea, Qing.
hania, Porcal.a, Suitings, Dr Oooda, Silks, Bmbroldwiei, Laces.
Flounclngs, Oamaiole Laoes ax Sin.r.ld.rlos, N.t., AHovtm.
Tunic Lacos, fcc., 6e. M
This la to be a lsco and embroidery s.ason and wo -have a 5
groat stock from ay, ceuU to $2.w doUars a yart. Can please any 5
purs, in atylo, quality and prie. g
TrimmingB to matoU .vorythUig we cell and then soma moro. M
Many exoluaiva patterns In dr.gs goods of many kinds. Qet
yours. . Wih M
Thla is the Qlovo ana Hosiery H.us of this part of Kentucky. H
March Fashions aro horo. H
R03ERT L. HOEFLICH S
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
SUill in iha Rino'
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
We merely wero closing out
an oxtra hue of Gas Sieves.
Come and Bee our unrivaled
yoods and judge i'or yourself.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
. ' 'CHARLES SHORT.
116 Sutton Street.
The Wright Way
to Smoke Meat
By using the Wrleht Way of
curing meat you can have
the best meat that can possi
bly be produced.
The Wright Way Is to use
Wright's Ham Pickle for
making sugar-cured meat and
then smoke with Wright's
Smoke. For sale by
JOHN C. PECOR
15:40 m t'w pn:
,-8:10 m U:36 to
n. 8. ELLIS, Agent.
Sobedul (ffeotlf Nov.
30,1811. Snbjeot to ehknK?
tTUAINS LKAVB MAYSVILLE, KY.
S.3II a.m., 8:33 a. m.,
8:13 p. w.,dUy.
6:W.m., S:ld . tu.,
r. (i) n.m..rllW. local.
1:10 p.m., 8:C3 p. tn.,
10:39 B.m. daily.
9:'.1)a. ru 5:S0 p. ro.,
7 S3 p. ii.,wcuk (lays.
W. W. W1K0KK. Atant
V I III ! II
Nr - csp'
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a store 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 blazes forth to
the public that there is business enterprise,
merchandise and methods up-to-date. It af
fects the entire atmosphejre of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad. j
It is the Sign of theJTimes.
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li Values in
We are aellinK Hart,
;so low that oven th poorest
it $27.50 SUITS $19.50 :
$25.00 SUITS $18.50 :
It $22.50 SUITS $16.50
it ALL OVERCOATS SOLD AT ONE-THIRD OFF.
ft Corao in and soe for youranlf.
I J. WESLEY LEE,
ftfHE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
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7 LkU 1 . mmm? mmMMTry mmmmmm
IF YOU ARE
To amplo the very best brondi ol
Whiskies and Wines your search will
be satisfied the moment you taste the
kinds we are now offering to our
patrons. Both lines are exceptionally
pure and wholesome; in fact, the sort
that the best physicians recommend
to their sickly and convalescent pa
tients as a tonio and builder-up of
the system. Tour house ought to
have a supply and you can easily af
ford it at our prices.
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
allea, rirat National Rank nalldlsr,
Lena I and Look I Offlcfl No. 665.
DIltanoePiioneifKeildenoe No 117.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Soba(Tner Marx Clothes;
can afford to wuar iheni.J
Sictnd and Market Slreatt.J
r v ..i.