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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Tho Happy Soldier.
'ABOhlior of tho Legion
"Lay dying In Algiers,"
,Whllo a thousand weeping women
ft'., ' Watchod him through a flood of to-us.
; But 'lie murmured, as his life-blood
Ebbed at each convulsive throb:
"Goo) I'm g)od I loft tho army
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flAVAT.nV TO nTTATJrtT. AT rT.n.
feV'T5" , . ORADO MINES.
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wasmngton, -May l. uruors to quau
j 'Colorado coal ptrlko zono wont from tho
I'Var DopartmiMt late today. Tho cn-
h U'e eleventh regiment from Fort Ogle
thropo, Ga., and two troops irom tho
'twelfth regiment fiojii Fort liobinson,
Nob., wero ordored to proceed to tho
scone at ohco, Colonel James Lockett,
of the doventh, to tako supremo com-
Ft lio situation.
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
outnufc o( coal during the lasb low
yeaTs has made tho dealers push (or
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more kade your trade by giving
yon a creator value lor your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
We have just received one large CAR LOAD of the VERY
BEST WASHINGTON CEDAR. We also have a. limited quantity of
1 8" CYPRESS SHINGLES. These are giving, good satisfaction.
We have almost all kinds of Roofing, also ROOF PAINTS.
When in need of Roofing or Mill Work see us.
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Socond and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAVSVILLE, KY.
A. A, McLaughlin. L, N. Dkhan.
WHY I QO TO CHURCH.
Mrs. E. A. Mnxflold of Foster, is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Stall-cup.
Will It Pay Me To Buy a !
. Ask yourself this question, Farmers, then drop
in the next time you are in town and let us show you
the machine, explain it to you, and you will find your
answer. This is the season of the year when you Q
most Veed a Separator, so don't put off coming too g
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
TABMERS OAIi FOE SHEE?
' I havo received $$00 from the State
with which to pay claims for sheep kill-
fed Dy dogs. ,
'Farmers jnfrrestcd will plcaso call at
th'o County Clerk's office.
: J. J. OWENS.
TRYING OUT THE NEW STREET
Yesterday tho 'iow stroct flushor re
cently purchased by tho City Council
for $1,100 was given a thorough and
successful tryout flushing thu brick
streets, It works liko a charm and will
be used on Second street today.
The Heitdrickson Paint Co.,
52 W. SECOND ST.. AND 204 SUTTON ST.
frl "MT IT Tlflvlfl nf "M"nvRlihlr nnfpr.
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IHlUKU-lltuuy niiu h uuuumui jumjiivun
. Tho attractive home with Its
Pwealth of old mahoganies was a bower
white lilacs, lillies of tho valcv, vio
ls and anplo blossoms, which biinkod
VthT mantles an3 tables, and 'ftlled tho
rooms with spring fragrance. Tho tjirec
rcourso ?unchoon was as beautiful and
abundant as it was delicious. Urs.
Jfowlaad rccoivod tho flrs, Mrs. Foo
tho ten hauu, airs. rarKcr xne gonciai,
,Miss Dob) Us tho cousolatlon prilro,
and" all'iof thoso gifts woro lovely nAd
wnVl chosen. Mrs. Davis was assisted
Mn?recolvng by Mrs. Duko, Mrs. Shan-
Mrs. (Hopper and the -Misses iuw
Jndt Agnes Shnnldin. Ovpr fifty ladlo
Joyed Mrs. Davis' most gracious and!
rminirt hosnitality. which made
fayDay" a momorablo oceasicAi.
All new designs in Wall Paper and
Rugs at HENDRIOKSON'S.
Takes $10.00 Prize at the Louisville
Tho prlzo of $10 offered by tho Ken
tucky Educational Association for tho
best school exhibit of work by any
cotlnty as a wholo was won by Mason
Wo had little doubt but what Mason
County would get thfs prlzo when wo
buw tho exhibit.
It roflpcts much cfedit upon CouMty
School Superintendent Miss Jesslo U
Ynncoy and her efficient corps of teach'
AH lind. of FRESH VEGETABLES.
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ID YOU EVER USE A BOX OF TALCUM POWDER
direct from the factory? A freshness and purity un
known in stale stock. 4,'
Try us once. Violet, Carnation,' ta-Tosca, Rose and Karsi.
Shaving Lotion, Tube Paste aTifl Powder, Dental Cream and
w line of Soap. . i
Safety Razors from 24c to $5.
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO. I
BIRD SHOW IN LEDGER WINDOW.
Tho beautiful specimen of tho saMd
hill crano which was killed a few weeks
ago and stuffed by n Cincinnati tax.
idormist for Mr.. Everett Brlghtmnn was
placed in Tho Publio Ledger window
yesterday morning and attracted much
atttentlon. Thoro wore also two beau
tiful stuffed ducks.
Tho beautiful specimens are now con
spicuously displayed in tho west show
window In Hunt's store.
Special prepared paint $1.25 per gal
lon at HENDRIOKSON'S.
Sunday School workers nttentionl
Two superintendents say their schools
will havo 500 next Sunday. What aro
you doing for your school. You coutat
two, yourself nnd tho follow yrrti are go
ing to got. Don't forgot the other follow.
8 WALL PAPER!
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2 Now is tho tuno to do your wall papering and J
painting. Como in. Wo can show you just'Iint
you need. AVo havo a full lino of "Wall Papers,
gg Paints, Enamels, Etc. Scoourrmobeforobuyiii"' 5
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I attend church because tho church
is tho divinely-appointed place of wor
ship of Ood, and as an expression of
gratltudo to the "giver of every good
and perfect gift."
I attend and support tho church bo
cause it permits me to bo a part of tho
great institution that has been tho fore
runner of all civilization and good gov
ernment. It seems to mo that it would
bo my duty to attend and support tho
church oven though I wore not a pro
fessed christian, for nm I not enjoying
tho blossings of christian civilization?
Again I attend church becauso
hero I am associated with tho very
best pcoplo that live, and becauso tho
church stnnds for morality, education,
rcfittoment, and tho highest typo in ev
ery respect of mnnhood nnd woman
hood J. II. RICHARDSON.
River 20.9 feet and falling.
FORECAST FOR KENTUCKY
GENERALLY FAIR TODAY AND
Mr. William Qault has returned homo
after a month's visit to his sisters,
Mrs. W. R. Barnes a'ad Mrs. J. F. Cald
well 0 Millersburg.
Mr. Joo Ed Mathews with gentlomon
E. V. Chase, II. O. Portz and O. S. Dalo
are tho guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. Edward
Mkthows at Park Lake.
We have just received a shipment of
direct from the factory. This soap is noted for its purity and
cleansing powers. Price, ipe a cake or three cakes for 25c:
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. TIIESosT
D. HECHINGER & GO.
Tho Biggest and Bast Clothing and Shoe Store in Maysvlllo
We are too busy to write a wordy "AD." What's the use. Our Suits we are putting ou our patrons speak
volumes. New productions arriving daily.
We lay great stress on our $12 and $15 Young Men's and Men's Suits. Compare them with what others
clothiers price at $18 and $20. i
We again want to call you Mothers' attention to Boys' Knickerbocker Suits we sell at $3.C0 and $5. The great
est values we ever offered. Among the $5 Suits are pure worsted blue sedges, actually $7 values. Col or guaran
teed as long as worn.
Jus received a shipment of Men's blue serge Suits to sell at $15. Actual value $20. We want you to take a
look at these Suits. If is worth your vhjle.
Don't overlook our Men's and Hoy's Shoes. None like thetn in town. Every pair guaranteed to give satis-'action.
EIEJOKCUSTG-EJIR. 8c CO,
Always GefTickets on tha Automobile
DEAN CAPERS IS CONSECRATED
San AntoUio, Texas, May 1. Rev.
William T. Capers was today eonseorat
ed Episcopal Coadjutor Bishop here.
MEETING OF KINO'S DAUGHTERS
Tho King's Daughters of tho Epis
copal Church will meet Monday after
noon at IS o'clock at tho homo of Mr.
James B. Rosa, CO!) East Second street.
THE STEAMER SD3ERIA SAFE.
Manila, P. I., May 2. Tho Pacific
mail steamer Siboria arrived horo today
liar captain reported that tho vessel
had an uneventful voyage from Nag-,
nsaki to Manila.
Mr. E. L. Cablish, who just a few
days ago purchased tho livory stublo on
tho Second street extension, solil it
yesterday to Mr. Charles Farrow, of the
MAYO NEARLY WELL.
New York, May 1. A decided im
provement in tho condition of John
C. C. Mayd, Democratic Naticial Com
mitteeman of Kentucky, was roportod
today. It was stated that Mr. Mayo,
who has been critically ill for some
time, will bo "able to bo out" in a few
START THE BOY RIGHT.
Many a father has mado tho mistake
tho prodigals father mado by giving the
boy too much cash and too littlo atten
tion. Some Maysvillo dads would do
well to give their sons n better idea of
tho church. Monoy is not tho whole
thing in this world ns some suppose.
Christian character is of moro lasting
value. Tomorrow is a Go-to-Church and
Go-to-Biblo-School day. Tlioreforo, fath
ors,take your sons to some Sunday School
service. Lot them know you think
enough of this sorvico to go to it your
selves. If you, father, want to havo a
good son, mako a companion of your
boy. Lot him know you can bo reli
gious without boing cranky or bout.
Tho church and Sunday School have
kept many a boy from being a prodigal
Many a man kviows this by oxporionce.
Theroforo, tho Biblo School of today,
has men in it who aro thoro both for
their own good and tho good example
they can thus give their own boy.
For Universal Suffrago Day Exercises
At Tho Courthouse This Afternoon.
Invocation Rev. J, M. Litoral.
Tho Battlo Hymn of tho Republic
Audlonce, led by High School Quartette.
Tho Declaratlt-M of Indopondonce
Audlonco, led by Quartotto.
Address Dr. John Barbour.
SuffTago Hymn Tuno, "Amorica.",
Address IIuj. Allen D. Colo.
Resolutions rend and offered for adop
tion. Old Kentucky Homo.
Miss Ilansolman, director of music in
tho Public Schools, will havo Chnrgo of
tho music, tho voices will bo supported
by piano nnd violin accompaniment.
Tho ond aimed at by nil right-minded
pooplo is tho greatest good and highest
development of tho human race. The
advocates of woma'a suffrago . bollovq
that the eufrnnehlsemont ot women is
a means tp this desired end.
If these speakors Ihought woman suf
frago to bo whut its Opponents think it
to bo, they wouid bo against It; if the
right-minded pppononts thought suf,,
fragp to bo what these spenkors think"
it to bo, thoy would ho A favor of It.
Como lot us reason together and poo If
together ia .the. light of aaturo, reasott
DTAT TCCC in Many Charming
and New Models
A collection Which features the latest effects in HflVG YoUf SD!"in$ llttdfirWear RfifidV
trimmings and the newest fabrics. At least twon- 1 , n . t ; TT . ,,.,.,
' ty-four different models in white voile at $1.25. fo "" te w"m f Wo f a sPlendld stock
Just as great variety in of the fine Uht ht at PPular Pnces'
Crepe-de-chine at $3.98, $4.08, $5.90. T Woraen's Vests' ted yoke 25c.
, , . ' Lace trimmed drawers, or tights with plain knee,
Tub silks in tailored styles, $3.98. 25(J '
Chiffons, $3.98, $4.08, $5.90. Ve3ts &nd tightg of fiQer 50c each
Two Silks That New 5Q
York Is Wearing Children's Dresses at 50c to $250
Two Silks now being shown in tho Dress Goods It will be a pleasure to examine the sturdy qual-
Section are Chiffon Taffeta and Moire in black and ity of the ginghams and percales and mother,
colors. Soft, pliable silks perfectly adapted to will like the girlish simplicity of the styles,
present styles. 27 to 40 inches wide, $1 to $1.98 yd According to size and quality, 50o to $2.50.
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BEST. SPEINKLINO HOSE.
Just received a lot of rubbor hoso
fresh. from tho factory.
Best grado at tho lowest price.
GEORGE II. TRAXEL.
Third and Llmestctoo Sts.
Tho remains of Rov. II. J. Ramoy
woro taken from Salt Lick to Ashland
whoro they wero interred Thursday
with Masonic honors. Ho was woll
knowa here, having been pastor of
tho Forest Avenuo Church for several
Mr. It. S, Putman, nged 29 years and
Miss Anna Williams, aged 29 yours,
both of Covington, wero married yes
terday by Rov.M. S. Clark nt tho par'
sonago of the M. E. Church South.
FLOWER SEED TOR OTVIO
Any person haviug flower seed, bulbs,
or shrubs of any kind to glvo away for
tho Civic Garden will kindly call up
Mrs. R. K. Hooflich. Phono 305.
S New Hat Arrivals
m Just received another shipment of Ladies' and
B Children's Hats. The lot we marked at $248
JJ should not last very long. We carry a large linb of
shapes and will make a hat to your order at a very
Don't forget that we cure all Housekeeping
S troubles. We are SPECIALISTS in
Rugs, Carpets antl
The Hot Weather
won't find our Dress Department napping. We
have a beautiful line of new lingerie, crepes, voiles, , .
ginghams, percales, etc. Most of them are low"
neck and three quarter sleeves. x .. - '
$1.25 to $15. '
white and black"' s
of the season' ' s ,
ad experuttti we way awcovr.tae
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