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MEN AND BOYS
To Beat the Band
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
Hov. M. S. Chirk loaves today for
Ashland where ho will assist in a re
Jlrs. Martha Vimont, of Millorsburjr.
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A.
Mr. Larry Langefols, wife and son,
David, Rpont Kaster with relatives in
Miss Ruth Dragon of Oxford, Ohio,
is spending a few days with Miss Minna
Gray of Aberdeen.
Rev. P. Christian of Lexington was
tho guest of Miss Lit la Baugh of Last
Second street Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Ones Walsh qf Cincinnati spent
yesterday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Walsh of Last Third sheet.
Mrs. Elmer Downing and Mis. Robert
Downing of Mason County, are guests of
Mrs. Gertrude Smoot. Paris Democrat.
Miss Margaret Tierney, of Louisville,
is sponding the EnBter holidays hero the
guest of Miss Mary Buckley of Second
Mr. and Mrs. John Bouldiu of West
Fourth street were tho guests of Dr.
Alexander Hunter nt Washington loi
Mr. John Cochran of Cleveland, Ohio,
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert A. Cochran of West Sec
Prof. II. II. Elliott and Mi. Joseph
Checsman of Newport spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends in this city
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Easton, of Cincin
nati, are the guests of Mrs. Easton S pa
lent's, Mr. and Mis. W. It. Frederick,
of Front sheet.
Miss Nellie (li.iy left Friday utter
noon for Cincinnati for a visit to rela
tives and later will also vMt at Day
ton and other Ohio cities.
' Dr. Cartmell Doino returned to Cin
cinnati this morning after spending a
few day.s here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Devlne of Market street.
Mr. James Rued returned to his home
at Cincinnati yesterday after spend
ing a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Reed of West Seond
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams and
daughter, Regina, of Huntington, W.
Va., aro spending a few days with her
mother, Mrs. Amelia Bendel, of Last
Mr. Crnyton Tollo and his friend,
Kennoth Sheets, of Dayton, Ohio, were
tho week-end guests of Mr Tollo 's
brother, Policeman J. W. Tollo of Last
They buy it for what it does.
That's why the Ford is ser
vant of thousands. It holds
the world's record for all
'round dependability. And
it's the lightest the strongest
the most economical car on
Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runa
bout; tin- touring cor is five fifty; electric self-starter
and electric lights f 100 extra f. o. b. Detroit, com
plete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars
from Central Garage Co., 112-1 14-1 16 Market treet,
Nearly every joker ptoseeds upon ho
thoory that n bald-headed man is on)o
of tho accessories of humor.
As n rule, whon n man goes to tho
dovll tho community sustntus no groat
loss. The trouble i thnt ho usually
takes his family with him.
Yesterday's display of Easter bonnets
In Mnysvllle was the most elaborate
and beautiful ever seen nnd they made
Mm imrireiMis Easter eL'us look llku 30
cents a million.
FORMER QOV. BEOKHAM AT
Flcmlngsbnrg, Ky., April 11. Former
Gov. J. C. W. Beckham spoke here to
day In tho interest of his candidacy for
United States Senator. His speech was
ulonir the same line as tho other
speeches heretofore delleied by him in
ST. CHARLES HOTEL REOPENED.
Wo hae again assumed charge of the
St. Charles Hotel in Fiont .street, Mays
villo, and extend tho public a cordial
invitation to visit us.
Entlio house will be repaiied and im
proved and the table supplied with the
best. Rates reasonable.
Rates 1.50 per day.
C. l THROCKMORTON' X SONS.
WANTS 30,000 HEART BALM.
Saturd'iy afternoon Miss .lessln A.
Patton, of Jackson, Bro.ithitt County,
tiled suit in the Fayette Ciicuit Court
against Hannibal Hurst, also of Jack
son, charging him with broach of prom
ise and asking thnt she be gien 3(),000
Miss l'ntton'.s petition alleges that the
plaintiff and defendant mutually agreed
to marry ,iiv ur two years ago and that
within the last year they renewed their
The 11th day of April, l!Ut, was fix
ed as the day of tho nuptials.
K. OF P. MEMBERSHIP
Increasing Steadily In Ohio
William Realty, of Toledo, tiiaud
Keeper of tho Recoids and Seal ot
Knights of I'ythius of Ohio, has just
completed his annual report, showing
substantial increase in Ohio inoinheisliip
of the order and financial soundness.
The assets were nearly W.OOO.OOO,
January 1, 1013, the membership vi
b.'t.S.'il, to which were added in the ye.ir
5,!7.'i. Eliminating deaths and siispcii
sion the net increase was 00 1. Total
membership is now Sl,7."2.
MANY DUCKS THIS SPRING
Despite Federal Law Hunters Arc
Shooting Them Every whet e.
The Ohio River and creeks empty
ing into it h.ivo been covered with wat
er fouls of nil specie the past week. The
general impii'ssion hoenis to be that
they have not been as numeious in
muny seasons. Despite the fact that
there is :r federal l.iw against killing
them many hunteis have been seen
shooting them anil several reports have
como that many have bagged goodly
numbers. This probably is due to the
fact that those who participate -lie not
aware of this enactment.
KNIFE ONLY REMEDY
lailures of Radium inCanccr Outnumber
Cures 100 to 1.
New Yotlc. All hopes of cut ing can
cor by radium haw been abandoned by
some of the foremost surgeons and io
search workeis of the country, who
declared at :i meeting of the American
Society for the Control of Cancor that
tho failures of radium outnumber the
cures 100 to 1.
That nothing is of avail against the
most dreaded disease but the speedy use
of tho knife was the opinion advanced
by Dr. William H. Mnyo, of Rochester,
Minn. Operation is tho only cure, but
indium or ray trentmeut is in oider as a
temporary pallative vvhoro operation
is impossible, according to Dr. Francis
G. Wood, director of cancer reseat eh
at Columbia University.
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Did It'Ever Occjur to You I
that wo havo tho nogatlvo from
which your last pictures wero
Did you know that a bettor
Large Portrait can bo mado
with that ncRatlvo to work
from than it Is posslulo to get
through any Bottrco whatsoever
without tho negatlvo?
Wo Bhall be pleased 'to show
yon our wide variety of on
Tito Photographer In Your Town.
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Iteport of tho Churches ami Sunday
Schools for April llith:
First Christian '-:"
Kirst H.iptist 20t
Third Stioot M. K 10
l'irst I'resbyterian lH
Second M. E. Church South.. . Ill
First M. K. Church South SS
Pores t Avenue M. 12 "I
Central Presbyterian S
Total for April .1 !'
The Men's Hlblo Class lit the Trinity
M. E. Church in Augusta had an nt
tiiidaucc last Sunday of 70.
At the Sunday School 'Institute this
evening Miss Danco will tell the story
ot "Tho Bnv Who Discovered Spring."
The Pirst Haptist missionary collec
tion yesterday was $11-1.(11. Third
Street M. E. Church for missions,
Tho contest between the Flemings
burg and Maysville Christian churches
wnxes warmer. Maysville Wl, Flemings
burg 00. Maysville will win.
Fifteen united with the Tliiid Stieet
M. E. Church yestenla).
Eiiworth League was a hiiinmet 110
present. See what v. oik and faith does
Sermons, Songs of Praiso and Beautiful
Flowers Again Commemmorato the
"The tumult and the shouting dies,
Tho captains and the kings depart;
Still lives Thine ancient sacrifice,
An humblo and a coutiitu heart;
Lord Cod of hosts bo with us yet,
Lest vo forget, lest we t'oiget."
Cod sent another "(tlorious Easter
Mom" yesterday for the sous of man
to bow down and worship tho Hisen
Such occasions are alwajs the mo-.t
beautiful and solemn of all tht ii'ligiot.-
lestivals nf the church calendar and
jesterdav ' Easter services in the var
icus May-viUo churches weie lomaik
able for the special programs of song
and praihe from enlarged eboiis and
irom the inspired sermons delivered by
tho pa-tors of their respective emigre
At the morning communion, sei vices at
the Church of the Nativity, Epuscop.il,
Tho King's Daughters had decorated
the church very beautifully which made
a most gi acinus oOeiiug and Mitt ing fot
this most solemn, but uplifting occasion.
The music was not inshrdtiiothrdltani
The music was most inspiring and Hec
tor Fielding was humble, earnest and
eloquent and directed his remarks es
pecially to tho May.svillo Coinmandeiy
No. 10, Knights Templar which attended
the services in a body.
IIJ.O feet and falling here.
(iieenland down this afternoon.
Tho Greenwood will soon enter the
Maysville trado and tho Connor will
go on the docks for repairs.
WBATHCR REf ORT
PAIIl AND WARMER TODAY AND
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning' quota
tions on country produce, ttlepkoued al
0 o'clock by tho E. L. Mauchotstor Pro
Old hens '....lie -
Spriug chickens I He
Old roosters i. ffc.
Cincinnati, April 11. Hog receipts
1,000 steady; packers ami butchers,
$8.900.05; common to choice, .t5.7S
P.20; stags, $l.757.00. Cattle iVceipts
00, steady; cnlvos weak, 5.00!t,00.
tiheop receipts uone, strong; lambs
Wheat stoady, 05i06; com
strong, 747Be; oats steady, 'lSlfc
43c; ryo steady, t5(J(la.
Provisions steady oggg steady; but
ter sU'advf poultry steady,. ,, -. -
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Sili 1 1 m 1 71 w)',Uf,m,,, h, ytMMri'ria&aimmyMwaaktmfmmtimii: 'stgatyr'l',n'"r "l"""1",11 g.f-
By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, the follow
ing table shows you what you will have to your credit at the end
of each year, including our payment of 3ff compound interest.
1st $ 52.77
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
An JA. D. S. Preparation
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
10HV C. PEGOR, Druggist
All now designs in Wall Papor and
P.uks at HENDRICKSON'S.
(J. W. Hoyse of Walnut street has de
cided to take up life insurance, accept
ing an agency with J. W. Elgin. He
will assist Mr. Elgin in developing his
In "A Leaf in tho Storm," a special
three reel feature at tho Cem today
I'athe Weekly nnd a two-reel Vitagraph
feature will also bo presented.
JUDOE GARDNER OF McGOFFIN
COUNTY HERE AS SPECIAL
flov. James H. McCreary has designat
ed Judgo I). W. Gardner of McGollin
County, special judge, to preside in
Mason Circuit Court, April llth,
vice Judge O. D. Newell, for tho pur
pose of disposing of tho eases of Wood
vs. Cur; llechinger vs. Wall, and Power
l )ni i . i-iQ
Edward C. Riggs and Miss Jessie
Piatt were married by Hev. It. L. Peiin
James Morrison, faimei, aged 2", and
Mis, Cora Nison, aged 21, both of Man
vhester, Ohio, were married Satuiday at
the Count v Clerk's ollice liv Judge K'ice.
The Department of Agriculture has
started a Federal Pure Food and Drug
Marriages by Justices of the Peace
in Chicago are legal, according to a ml
ing by Municipal Judge Llrtlu.
The Webb-Kenymi law giv mg Status
control over liquor shipments was up
held by tho Kansas Supreme Court.
It was stated in cougiessional circles
that a vote on the Panama Canal tolls
repeal is not evpected before June 1.
The Jacksonville (Pl.t.-) Camp (!. A.
It. will contribute for the Confederacy
Vetomiis' Reunion in tliafc citv in May.
Congressman W. A. Cullop, of the Sec
ond liidijna district, won his light lor
re-nomination in a piimary in which ho
leeched '.,303 votes to S,3((i.
.lames A. Louden, M, giain broker
and oldest member of tho Cincinnati
Chamber of Commerce, died Piid.iy
night at hi- home in Newport.
A woman p.i.enger was hilled nnd
Reichell, a German aviator, died fiom
injuries icceived in falling 200 feet in
a burning monoplane at Loudon.
A total of 2,511 Coufedeiates will
participate in the next quarterly pen
sion payment. Since Match 17, 102
names have been added to tho list.
Forty five hundred persons were at
thu I. I. W. meeting in New York.
More than 100 policemen weie present
and there vvak no nttempt. at disorder.
Militia medical ollicers and non-commissioned
olliceis are to have practical
instruction in sanitary cunips, Kentuck
la ns to icport at Ft. Thomas May 17-23.
Plans for tho Visit of Queen Eleauora
of Hulgaria to this country will bo laid
bofoio tho State Department by her
personal representative, William Cas
par. Tho ownership of 130,000 acres of
timber laud is represented lit the forest
protective association just organized
in Harlan County by State Porestei
Vico President Marshall will deliver
tho address of welcome to delegates to
tho annual Congress of tho Daughters of
tho American Ho volution in Washington
on April 20.
A new trial was denied the Huckoye
Powder Company of Its suit against
E. I. Dupout Do Nemours Company for
$.5,000,000 damages for loss of business,
at Trenton, N, J.
Opponents of ropeal of froo tolls will
bend their greatest energies during tho
week, It is stntod, to iret nn adverse io
port, ot( tho Situs Hill from tho Canah
Committee- vof,tho 8eaat
3V. . . ' X-: 'rZt
llth $ 075.n5
mill r ts.-io
CYRIL SCOTT IN
BY THE FAMOUS PLAYERS CO.
IN TWO RFELS
1.'. G. Knox is advertising his firm
through Mason and Hrackon counties to
The First H.iptist Church has arrang
ed for ii scries of Cottage Prayer Meet
mgs for tho entire week beginning to
Our Colored Citizens.
Miss Essio Williams is tho guest ot
Mrs Svkes in West Thud stieet.
Tho 1914 Baao Ball Liuo-Up.
Center field Elmer Pass.
First b'l-e Harry Hrady.
Short stop Warner Fields.
Left field Itussel Green.
Second base Carl Green.
Right field Henry Lewis,
Third base Qoorgo Washington.
Catcher Marion Ilord.
Pitchers Areotus ltradv; Leland
P.arlev; Willio Kirk
LAUNDllV Woo Juno Laundry, 23
Market street, will call for and de
liver all work and we guaranteo sat
WANTED Papering, concreting, car
pontry. Always ready. You don't
have to wait when you get HRADY,
!)15VilIiams street. ll-3t
WANTED Two good girls or middle
aged womon for housework Apply
117 Market street.
FOR RENT Four room dwelling in
Maiket street, water and gas . Apply
to MRS. D. FITZGERALD. 10-3t
FOR RENT Threo rooms with gas and
bath. Apply at 007 EAST SECOND
FOR RENT Centrally located, two fur
nished rooms vvith bath and all con
veniences for loomers. US EAST'
FOR RENT Three-room fiat, water,
yard, coal house; to colored family,
without children. CI E. Front streot.
FOR SALE Soda fountain iu
dition; reasonable price.
WETII DRUG CO.
FOR SALE Seed corn. White dent.
Ornwu season 1012. Sold subject to
germination test. A. M. CASEY, R. R.
I. Tolophono4Cl-A ml7-Cwki
FARM FOR SALE Woll improved;
:i7'Xi acres on rural route. lVu miles
from Orangeburg High School. Price
.H7D0. Call on or address Dr. It. P.
Moody, Maysvillo, Ky. 11-tf
LOST Money, 8 in currency, some
whore near corner Market uud Second
streots. Return to this nflico and get
LOST Child's gold ring, marked with
an "F," on Forest. Avo., between
Wood street and Maxoy's grocery.
Finder return to (I, E. Meatus and
LOST llraeclet Gold, with initials
"L, A. T." between Llmestono streot
and 0, & O. depot. Pleaso return to
FOUND Door koy attachod to shoe
string. Call at this oiuce.
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SPRING HAS COME
The Spring Goods this year are prettier than ever.
The variety here is very great and every pnr.se can find
what they are looking for.
We have sold more handsome dresses this year than ever
hefore. There is a reason, and it is, anyone can buy the goods
with lovely trimmings and have it made for one-half the price
of a ready-to-wear garment and they can express their own in
dividuality in the garment. Try our way; get two or three
dresses for the price of one.
The Novelties are the latest to be found anywhere.
The Housefurnishing Department is filled with the goods
you need, at attractive prices.
May Fashions, Designer and Quaiterly ate here.
ROBERT L. H0EFIICH
, 211 anil 213 MARKET STREET.
Col. Thomas II. Smith, President of
Beaumont College, nnd a veteran of
tho Civil War, died at Harrodsburg, Kv
The band of tho Second Infantrv. K
N. O., at Ashland, will be musteied out
this week. It is probable that a regi
ment band will bo organized at Rich
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
We raoroly were closing out
nn extra lino of Gas Stoves.
Come and see our unrivaled
goods and judge for yourself.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Streot.
you will want Spring
Vegetables. We will
have a nice lot for sale
at our store Saturday.
Give us your order.
J. 0. CABLISH
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 atmosphere of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of theJTimes.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
txtt a iiiciilllllIIIHIJIIJIJIMMTJfTJMJIIfTfli-rffS
r T f TT
Cm TfriRtnr now
"Good Clothes Man's" Clothes shopJ
Everything new and up to the min-S
ute in style.
and fabrics that
men's and boy's wear can produce
are here. The best suits, the best
shoes, the best hats and the best
furnishings. Come in and make
your selection now.
J. VYUOUJCJl UJ2J12J.
THE GOOD CLOTHISJflAN,
Hold It Up
as you certainly must, after sampling
our" exceptionally fine Kyo Whisky,
livery connoissuer of good, p'uro and
w-holesomo live makes this brand hia
favorite after tho first trial, becauso
it pleases his palato and never givea
him a headache. Wo aro soliciting
family trado and know that every house
should havo a bottle of this Kyo in case
0. H. P. Thomas & Co..
120-122 Market Street, V
ulltil. Flr.t AMIoniU nanU DnllOtaC.
LociklandLoDg I Office No. 655.
Distance I'hones f Keildenoo No. 117.
COUGMLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
on disnlav at the
All the latest weaves
the best makers or
WIT I FI?
Secant and Market Streets.
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