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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Well, hero's another Spi int lnu!
If winters realh gone
And hero's the giound "" "l't ami slt
Ami Spring wink coming on.
I know It's going to rain again
It's nothing but woik anil worry;
lint I'm sure to hi' behind time
So what's the use to worry.
Another joyous Springtime,
Comes on gladsome wings;
Tho wind will diy tho ground out
And wo can work and sing,
Tho days are growing long and bright,
God's plan we cannot hurry;
And should it rain before we like
Then we shouldn't
THE SLUGGERS ARE COMING.
Three Maysvllle club players arrived
last evening and Capt. Ollio Chapman
and 21 other now iccruits will arrive
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
outnut ol coal during the last few
yeaTS has made the dealers push tor
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a creator value for your money.
You will never got out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Wo now have n full force of excellent
Tailors. To keep them busy wo will
make generous concessions on Custom
SuiK n. IIECIIINUEIJ & CO. 1 1 12t
The Ladies ate now thinking of house cleaning ami just befoie jou begin
that work get your improvements made. We will suggest a Cabinet Mantel. If
you only knew how cheap you could get A Cabinet Mantel there would be only a
"few homes without them. We guarantee to sell you a Cabinet Mnutcl as cheap as
you can get one unywhere in the State. Come to our office nud let us show you
and give you some prices.
Special proparod paint $1.25 nor gal
lon at IIENDRICKSON'S.
FORMER CLARK COUNTY MAN
The IVasojv Lumber Go.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE, XV.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
5 Ever See the Buckeye Balance 8
Frame Pivot Beam Riding
If not, come in and let us show it to you and let our
S man explain to you all its good qualities It is the
simplest, neatest, strongest an-i lightest machine on
5 the market, and we want you to see it. J
I MIKE BROWN,
1 he new fcdison 0!!
J. T. Kackley & Co.'s
Winchester, ICy. Harry ('. I'arrish,
n constablo of this county, shot himself
with suicidal intent at his homo in Mis
souri and cannot live.
AN EASTER SOCIAL.
ITS FEATURES No needles to change. Perfect tone. Automatic
S stop. A new tone-modifier, adjusted by u simple touch, gives any de
" irree of softness or loudness of tone. All other records can be useil.
2 Every sound, syllable and word is perfectly distinct. In singing,
S the human voice is reproduced without any squeaky mechanical defects.
It seems the singer is before you. In instrumental music, every iustru
" ment, in solo or combination, is absolutely reproduced. Keep jour old
H records; thev will sound better on the new edison. belter than they ever
' souiKleil to you ueiore uu iuij "mst ni-iii iiiutiii. v.iiiii: in nun nciir iiieiu. s;
THIRTEEN CARLOADS OF
"HONKS"; COUNT 'EM.
Yesterday morning and this mom
ing two special tiaint. carrying in all M
pnssongcr cars loailed with foreign iiu
migrants passed down over the (' & O.
fiom New York to Chicago when- they
will bo distributed over Mivernl State",
many going to Canada.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT
In the caso of I'attio I.oe ricmlng vs
Mmv V. Brent, in reference to a co
dicil" to the John T. Tleining will, a ver
dict was rendered to the effect that the
codicil dated July '2, 1S 1 li. was not a
part of tho last will and testament ot
Jehu T. rieming, deceased.
Tho examining trnl of Tiiomai Brew
or, charged with shooting 1'riuik Cnu
dill, was held jcstord.ij. He was bound
over to the Hi .ml .lujy in tho sum of
:i()i), in defa ilt of which he was re
turned to jnl.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
Germantown Is Going to Celcbrato Your
Undo Samuel's Birthday In
NOTICE TO RED MEN!
Member of the degieo team of
Wyandotte Tribe I. O. K. M. arc re
quested to a'ttcml tho meeting of the
tribe this evening to prepare for tli
adoption nt i p.ilo fare at the next
GREAT DAY AT THE FIRST
The staunch and patriotic citizens of
Oeinuntown and icimty nie making
i'tusie preparations to have a big
Fourth of July celebration.
A Committee has been appointed to
arrange for the event and you may rest
a-Hiued that there will he n large crown
i. resent nleutv to cat nud a general
good tune anil lots of noise and
Sunday, Apiil 12th, was a grc.it day
at the MajsMlle Baptist Church. With
ono ot tho largest Sunday Schools in
the history of the church, "and a splen
did missionary program rendered by tho
children, we had enuse to be happy;
but when the mission collection was
counted our joy was almost unspnuk
The school was asked to give tlUO.OO
above their uvular weekly offering,
whirl, was 1 1.(11.
They raised in cash $117, uitj, fuju
more subscribed; nuking a total of
Through the self sncrillco of a few of
our noble women, three Bible Women
were supported for China Missions, and
all but a few dollars have been raised.
The preaching services were well nt
tended and two were received into our
Yestcrdny afternoon Miss Alice Gill
ontertnlned delightfully, Tho King's
Daughters of tho Episcopal Church. A
pleasing feature was, each member, toll
ing in ver9c how her Faster offering was
The merriment was general as it was
not known how ninny of those present
possessed tho real poetic spirit." A
goodly sum was added to tho treasury
of this worthy organization. Beautiful
ly hand-painted souonirs, tho work of
the hostess, was presented each guest
after which delicious refreshments wore
served and when the clock struck live,
each felt the parting hour had conio all
You may imagine a blind man is in bad.
But just imagine tho feelings of a
woman who has nn impediment in her
When n Princess marries sho fools
sorry for tho other girls in tho neighbor
hoocl. But the feeling only lasts about
THEN BEING PUZZLED
be scratched hi? head which was very bad manners.
Probably his scalp was covered with dandruff a
littlo A. D. S. Shatapoo would have cleaned all the dan
druff out of his hair. A Htt'le A. D. S. Hair Reviver
applied and then he would forget all about the dandruil.
For sale by
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. aT 1
" OLOHIOUHLT UOOO
POWER & DAULTON
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Tho Biggest and Best Clothing and Shoe Store in MaysviHo.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE INCLEMENT WEATHER DURING THE WEEK PRE
ccdin Easter, we believe our merchants enjoyed a very fine business the latter part of
last week. Ours was beyond expectation. "There is a good reason for it." Our Young
Men's and Children's Suits are way beyond comparison to what you find elsewhere. The proof of
this assertion is that many of our patron's who looked elsewhere made this statement to us.
Parents who have not yet provided for the Youngsters will find it advantageous to investigate our line of
Children's and Hoys' Suits. We are selling and "selling lots of them," a most excellent suit at $3.60, fully worth
ifn. Our pure worsted blue berge Knickerbocker Suits that wc sell for 6 is a wonderful bargain. It's ju st about
the price that the average merchants pay for them.
Our .f'.'O, $-J2.t"0 and $2.") Young Men's and Men's Suits are the productions of the best custom Manufacturers
land. That these garments arc appreciated is evidenced by the number of Suits we are selling.
SEE THEM I3ST OTTIR. WrnSTOOW-S
Dlue Serge Suits are just as popular as ever. During our Mr. D. Hechinger's Eastern visit he secured a
number of blue serge suits at a price that enables us to sell them at $10 flat. They are worth and sell in most
stores nt $15. Ask our clerks to show you this suit.
Our Men's ami Hoys' Shoesl "you know," are the best in town. livery pair guaranteed to satisfy.
The people we bu our hats from, mainly the "Stetson, tell us that we sell as many Hats as some of the
leading exclusive Hat Houses in large cities, "IJasily accounted." Here you always find the newest in the
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SQUARE DEAL MAN.
TO MEET TOMORROW
The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Third
Street M. E. Uhuich will meet tomorrow
(Wednesday) at ii:30 p. in. tit the
church. Bvory member urged to be
preseut. Tho pastoi has an impoitaut
matter, of business to bring before the
COTTAGE PRAYER MEETINOS FOR
The First Baptist Church has timing
ed tho following Cottago Prayer meet
ings for Tuesday night:
First Ward At Mrs. Ella Power's,
Cox residence, West Second street, 7
Fourth Ward At Mrs. C. A. Wil
liam's, 215 Casto stieet, 7 p. in.
Fifth Ward At Mrs. Riley Gaither's,
Commerce street, 8 p. in.
Sixth Ward At Mr. Chas. T. Huff's
920 East Second street, 7 p. in.
Seventh Ward At Mr. Dan Brown's,
in Oklahoma, 8 p. m.
The purpose of theso meetings is to
prepare for tho Revival that begins
next Sunday, April 19th, at the local
Tho people living in tho Second nnd
Third Wards aro invited to meet with
Mis. Ella Power, nn West Third street.
Everybody is invited to these meetings,
so attend the one nearest to your home.
REMOVED TO HOSPITAL.
Mrs. .lames E. Dawson was loinowd
from her home on East Second stieot,
Into yesterday evening, to Wilson Hos
pital, she is suffeiing from appendicitis.
HENRY SMART'S TUNERAL.
Tho funeral of tho lato Henry Smart
will bo held this afternoon nt '- o'clock
fiom his lato home, Rev. A. F. Stahl,
pastor of tho Christian Church having
charge of the services.
WILL ATTEND THE OPENER.
Over sixty of Mays lllo's base, ball en
thusiasts left for Cincinnati this morn
ing to nttend tho opening gatno uf tho
National League season when tho Reds
tacklo the Chicago Cubs.
Bia LEAGUES OPEN SEASON
MASON COUNTY COURT
The Wills of Mis. Cclia L. Wood and
Harvoy R. Durnun riled For
The last will and testament of Mrs.
Celia L. Wood, deceased of Maysvllle,
was produced in Court for probato and
Hied, and proven uy me testimony oi
M. A. Swift, one of the suscribing wit
nesses thereto, who nlso proved tho sig
natures of Laura G. Taylor nnd Joseph
.1 Johnson, tho other subsciibing wit
nesses thcieto. Said will was admitted
to probato and ordered recorded.
Charles A. Wood was appointed Ad
ministrator and qualified us such.
M. A. Swift and Joseph F. Johnson
wire appointed to appraise the estate.
Tho last will and testament of Har
vey K. Durium, deceased, was produced
in Court and filed, proven by tho testi
mony of James C. Adair and Georgo II.
Frank, tho nttesting witnesses thereto.
Mrs. II. C Barnes, Assisted by Miss
Esther Ort and Miss Hazel Aldrich.
Wednesday evening, April loth, at
8 o'clock, First Baptist Church.
Second Maiuika Godard
Valso Op. 04, No. ltaoirdlaordlaordaa
Valso Op. 01, No. 1
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh nt fct. J.miis.
Now York nt Philadelphia.
Boston nt Brooklyn.
Cleveland at Chicago.
St. Louis at Dotroit.
Philadelphia at Now Yoik.
Washington at Boston.
Nocturne Op. !), No. 2
Sonata Op. 27, No. 2.
Silver Nymph Heins
Miss lltuol Aldrich.
From Cavalleria Rusticnna
Knmnieuoi Ostrow ...."... Rubenstein
Miss Esther Ort
To Spring Groig
Spring Is Here, Housecleaning Started,
and, oh, such a lot to do. We have the WALL
PAPER, PAINT, RUGS, MATTINGS, WINDOW
SHADES, ETC. You will want them.
Headquarters for O'Cedar and Wizard Mops.
Come in and Look.
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
G2 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 BUTTON ST.
S ,"W3 EI PI PilE S I
Cucumbers Tomattoes Lettuce New Potatoe New Cabbage Kim.-
barb Parsley Cauliflower Peppers Spinach Radishes
Let V ruratok Your "aster DIwik Quality and Price Will Both Km Yem.
pfrir43.' " j GB1SEL & CONRAO
"KEEP TO THE RIGHT"
Sya Police Chief Mackoy and Judgo
Whitakcr Says Amen I and Then
Judgo Whitakcr had a full houso yes
First on tho carpet were two iluskv
damsels who imbibod too freely from
tho cup that Intoxicates each got $0.50
Threo steadies fell by tho wayside
William llickle, vngiacuncy, got 60
Jamo Smith, drunk and disorderly,
John Jones nnd Riley Workman, just
plain drunks, 0.50 each.
Violation of Trallio Ordinances.
Basil Owens and C. E. Lloyd, viola
tlon of said jmllnauco cost each
13.00. Moral: KEEP TO THE HIOHT
SIDE of tho street, or Chief of Pollco
Mackoy will got you.
Thomas Browor, charged with shoot
ing nnd wounding with lutont to kill
Fraud Oaudill. Ho was bound over to
Masau Circuit court. Ball $300; ro
mandod tp the. county jail.
WHEN RUGS are woven of the best worsted yarns, when
dyes arc dependable, tho wearing quality Is cortain to bo
satisfactory. Many of our patterns this season are exact
reproductions of tho most expensive rugs.
SURFACE LINOLEUM In neat, cloan looking tile and
hardwood floor patterns; inado of best cork and linseed oil
with heavily enameled patterns; 50c, GOc yd.
INLAID LINOLEUM; extra heavy imported grado in now
designs; tile, mosaic and hardwood. This grado linoleum
never loses its pattern or coloring, because laid in blocks,
oacft color beiuc a separate block. $1, $1.25 yd.
CHINA MATTING, rcvorsablo, in white or small figured
designs; heavy grade, averaging 85 pounds to the roll.
25c, 35c yd.
SCOTCH ART RUGS; reversible; sizo 0 by 12 feet; pretty
shades of blue, brown aud tan; no seams; uo deep nap to
catch tho dirt; easily swept, all wool, extra heavy. Sold
only hero in Maysvllle. $12.50.
CURTAIN SORIMS. Twenty-five crisp new rolls of this
popular fabric. Woven borders, plain and fancy centers.
15c, 19c, 25c.
COLONIAL CRETONNES. .Twenty .diftercnt .patterns.
Washablo colors. 19c to 39c.
LACE CURTAINS. Nottingham, Pilot, Irish Point and
Mario Antoinette. White, ivory, ecru. 2'2 and 3 yds.
long. 75c to 312.50 pair.
COLORED MADRAS. Stained glass patterns and floral
designs. Drapes gracefully, cool and effective looking,
15c, 25c. 40 inches wide.
Miss Margaret It. Blown will open a
class in bookkeeping, Monday evouing,
April 20th. Tor turther particulars
'phone ll!'. U-3t
THE COOK PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Beautiful homo, well located, will be
sold by Thos. L. Ewan &, Co., next Hat
unlay. Seo advertisement.
Mayo is much better.
The firtt bnso ball uctim of tho sea
ion was John Nelson, IS, who was
struck oil the temple and killed.
Whnt'H do score!
observe Mhv .!
us "Go toSund
IIAITOl F i UTIltTP Tiniin S
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We were never better prepared than we are at thia season to help make house cleaning
Over 400 Rugs, all sizes, in Btock.
Over 300 new rolls Japanese and Ohma Mattinge.,
Over 75 rolls of Carpets.
Loads of Linoleum and Oil Cloth.
Over 100 Btyles of Lace Curtains.
"Sani Genie" Mops, $1 and $1.50, the best mop made. .-.
"Duntly" Vacuum Combination Sweeper, the best one on the market, $9.75.
House Cleaning Aprons 50c, the apron that you need.
Dust Caps 10c. , , , ... .
If you are too busy to come just call the "Bee Hive over the phone and we will come to
We will deliver small articles by Parcel Post.
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