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Will It Pay Me To Buy a
Ask yourself this question, Farmers, then drop
Kyln the next time you are in town and let us show you
M we machine, explain it to you, and you will find your
answer. This is the season of the year when you
most need a Separator, so don't put off coming too
TAEMEES OALL FOR -SIIEEP
1 I havo rocclvod $800 from tho State
iwith which to pay claims for sheep lull
j'od by dogs.
Farmers Interested will pleaso call at
,thoCo'unty Clerk's oflico.
I J. J. OWENS.
. The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
62 W. SECOND ST.,
I.djourn at Frankfort After Croat
Mooting Mlsti WoU Williams
P$Elected Bupt of jJunlor Work.
ifqt, KjrIay 2. DogitMing
prayer mooting at tno
JegatJ at tho Stato con-
llio Christian Endeavor
lio day in prayer, song
itatitfa hi 1020 was arg-
A. Poling, of Boston,
by tho 400 dologatos.
tional headquarters at
misod by .Karl Lphman,
has been raised $150,-
.maindar will bo raised
GIVE XOU THE FACTS
Qovernraont reports show tho steady
outnut of coal during, the last tew
yoa?S has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Mr. and Mrs. James Yarnoll' left Sat'
unlay to tako up their permanent res-
I ideuco in Portsmouth, Ohio.
MORE NEW DWELLINGS.
Jtr. James A. Wallaco bought two
handsome building lots on tho eoiMor
of Loxiugtou street and Forest avenuo
last Saturday from Mr. James E. Daw
son. Mr. Wallaco will orect several
handsomo houses for rent. Thus Mays
villo grows apac.
AND 201 SUTTON ST.
A splendid talk on tho prison work
was made by Miss Georgia Duun, Stato
superintendent of prison work.
Tho following ofllcors of tho State
Union wero elected:
Rov. II. W. Carpontor, Shelbyvillo,
president; Charles Anderson, Louis
ville, vico president; Miss Margarot
Vaughn, Louisvillo, socrotary; C. W.
Milnor, Louisvillo, trcasuror; Charles
Dickons, Loxiugtou, Buperl'atendont of
Tenth Legion; Miss Nellio Williams,
Mayslick, superfntondont of Junior
Work; Miss Georgia Dunn, Mnrksbury,
superintendent of prison work; Miss
Graco Drydon, Loxlngttii, superintend
ent of introductory wonc.
Mrs. Frauk P. O'Donnoll and son,
JoliM Francis, arrived homo last night
uflur a fo wdavs' visit in Olncitonatl.
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JNTUOKY, MONDAY, MAY 4, 1914.
We have just received one large CAR LOAD of the VERY
,fiST WASHINGTON CEDAR. We also have a limited quantity of
,i8" 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 IWHason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVBLIE, KY.
A. A. MoLaUQHTjIN. L. N. 13 eh an.
ID YOU EVER USE A
direct from the factory? A freshness and purity un
known in stale stock. v
Try us once. Violet, Carnation, La Tosca, Rose and Knrsi. M
g Shaving Lotion, Tube Paste and Powder, Dental Cream and
2 a new line of Soap. J
M Safety Razors from 24c to 5. g
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
COL O. 0. HOPPER NOW A FARMER.
Col. Chas. C. Hopper, who occupies a
palatial rCsidonco 'to. East Third street,
is now a full-fledged farmer and will
apend tho summer on his broad bluu
grass acres near Mayslick. He came in
Sunday to see the folks and his family
will join him for their country sojourn
in a short time.
It will be Col. Hopper's nim to en
deavor to reduce tho high cost of liv
ing and hero's hoping ho will mako tho
prices tako a rapid tumble.
rs'ow is tiie tune to do your wall papering and
painting Come in. Wo can show you juat what
you need. Wo have a full line of Wall Pupors,
Paints, Enamels, Etc. See our lino boforc buying.
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BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL NOTES
There were two largo audiences at
both sorvices yesterday. At the night
service it was necessary to placo chairs
in the isles to accommodate the crowd.
The pastor preached two soul-stirring
sormous which must result in much
Thero was at tho three services an
attendance of 1",001 people.
Tho contributions of tho Sunday
School for missiuvis and all purposes
Yesterday was a great day for this
church. Tho revival will continue for
a few days at least.
The subject for tonight's service will
be "Repent or Perish." Tho song sorv
ico will begin nt 7:15.
Tho lino chorus led by Mr. Munzing,
has bcou rendering throughout tho en
tire meeting some most excellent music.
Miss McKenuoy will rt'ader sovcral se
lections tonight. Preaching service
will begin at 7:30.
PROF. KING HONORED
Former Maysvillo Teacher Elected
President of tho Kentucky Educa
tional Association at Louisville
Tho annual meeting of tho Kontucky
EducntlonaJ Association closed Satur
day moruhig nt Louisvillo with tho elec
tion among othors of W. P. King, super
intendent of tho Bellovuo public schools
as president, and tho adoption of res
olutions calling for, tho improvement of
rural life and education, establishment
of vocational schools a'ad support of tho
fight ngainst illiteracy in tho Stato.
Mr. King said his aim would bo to wid
en tho scopo and enlarge tho activities
of tho organization.
His election was without opposition,
tho first in tho history of tho associa
tion in which there was not a contest.
Tho election followed n stormy dobato
upon a constitutional amendment pro
viding for a Nominating Committee t
displaco tho method of nominating 01
flcor8 from tho floor.
The program Saturday was a num
mary of thd four days' work and a nal
pica to tho teachers for greater endeav
ors. Advocated By Educators.
Ilighor salaries for teachers;
Better roads. .
Stato nnd National aid for establish
ment of vocational schools.
Increased efforts for safeguarding
of tho homo as a religious institution.
Submission of educational and moral
prob'loms to tho mnsses.
Night lectures in rural schools and
campaign against illiteracy.
Speedy change in system of taxation,
BOX OF TALCUM POWDER
Special prepared paint $1.25 per gal
lon at HENDRIOKSON'S.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE MEETING
All members of the Mason County
Woman Suffrage I.caguo aro requested
to meet tit the Public Library at 4
o'clock this afternoon Matters of im
pnrtnnco require immediate attentioM.
Conic promptly. Don't wasto the time
of others by being late.
ALICE LLOYD, President.
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Excellent Ru Values!
Genuine Wilson Rugs, in Oriental and two
tone designs and color all-over and medallion
figures, perfect new stock that represents the
standard in dependable quality.
Hartford's Axminster Rugs with deep pile,
in rich color erTedls, a quality noted for its dur
ability and a value that should command a strong
selling at the price. '
New Kilmarnock Rugs undoubtedly the
most attractive of all domestic Rugs in the well
known "Scotch weave."
Designs in Art Nouveau, Morris, etc. Ar-.
tistic centers with plain, shaded or figured bor
ders. A display well worth careful inspection.
BEST SPRINKLING HOSE.
Just received a lot of rubber hose
fresh from tho factory.
Best grado nt tho lowost price.
QEORQE II. TRAXEL.
Third and LimestcJo Sts.
This is one of the new
Taugo Oxfords that arc being
worn everywhere,. It is pat
ent leather and high heel.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Mr. John W. Bouldin will act as Su
perintendent of tho M. E. Church South
during tho absenco of Superintendent
W. W. Ball, who is attending tho Quad
rennlnl Conforetoco nt Oklahoma City.
P..M ltH tl.t.....l
Mr. Haricy J. Morrison, ago 10, and
Miss Bcssiu Hartloy, ago 23, wcr mar
ried at tho County Clerk's office. Judgo
Rice porformed tho ceremony.
Mr. Charles Taylor, 53, and Mrs.
Eliza Piatt, 42, both of Mason Cotfaty.
J. F. Bussell, 42, and Alma M. Chand
ler, 20, both of Mason County. Rov. M.
S. Clark, officiated.
Edward Kipper, 21 and Miss Chris
tino Kipplor, 21, both of Mason Coun
ty. Judge Rico officiated.
The Biggest and Best Clothing and Shoe Store in
We are too busy to write a wordy "AD." What's the use. Our Suits we are putting ou our patroti9 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.
We again want to call you Mothers' attention to Boys' Knickerbocker Suits we sell at $3.M) and $5. The great
est values we ever offered. Among the $5 Suits are pure vorsted blue serges, uctually $7 values. Col or guaran
teed as long as worn.
Just received a shipment of Men's blue serge Suits to sell at $tC. Actual value $20. We want you, to take a
look at tuese buns, it is wortu your
Don't overlook our Men's and
Miss Ilasscll Bramcl returned home
last evening from a delightful trip to
many points qf intcrost hi the North
Danville, 111.; Wct 'Lebanon, LaFay
ettc, and Indianapolis, Ind. Sho also
stopped a few days in Cincinnati.
TWO MORE WILSON'S.
Born Saturday morning to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Horbert Wilson, twins, two fine,
healthy boys. Herbert is wearing tho
Toddy Roosovelt smile and so is your
Undo Colo Wilson, their happy grand-pap.
COMFORT AND BEAUTY
A comfortable shoe need not be an ugly shoe. When, we
say "comfort" we mean comfort to the eye as well as to
Queen Quality shoes are a happy blending of style and
comfort. Neither gives way to the lother nor do they
clash. ' '
It is easy to suit the most exacting demand when a store
has what we havean endlesss.variety of models to chose
All of the Quaker Brand.
We have them.
niNHPR DPHQ LEADING RETAILERS.- ..
- i M 107 y-SEin NTMIEET
Tomorrow's "Circus Day" in Mnys
vlllc. DAUGHTERS OF THE
Tho Daughtors of tho Confederacy
meet Tuesday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock
at tho homo of Mrs. Georgo v. Sulser
in Limestone street.
We have just received a shipment of
direct from the factory. This soap is noted for its purity and
cleansing powers. Price, 10c a cake or three cakes for 25c.
M. F. WILLIAMS
Boy's Shoes. None like them in town.
EiEIOJr3:i3SrC3-E!P2. &, CO.
Always Get Tickets on tho Automobile
Mr. and Mrs. C. Schultz Wood of Cov
ington, came up Saturday and wont to
Flcmingsburg for :i visit to relatives.
On tho return home they will stop here
for a visit to his sister, Mrs. R. II.
Women's Tub Dresses
the serviceable but attractive percales and
ginghams for Morning wear. Dressy enough
for the early calls but simple enough to stand
constant trips to the laundry. $1.25, $1.50, $2
CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Mothers are
beginning to realize that it doesn't pay to make
Children's Underwear when such excellent gar
ments can be bought tor. so little here. The ma
terials are sturdy, the sewing most carefully done.
Drawers in 2 to 4yr. sizes, 15c; in 6 to 14 yr. sizes
19c, 25c. Skirts according to sise and quality,
Mr. Kennoth Clark of Aberdoen, O.,
hicomo tax collector in his district, was
in Maysvillo yesterday shaking hands
with his many friends. Ho was form
erly Mayor of Aberdeen and is a fa
mous musician and an all around good
Mrs. 0. L. Salloo and daughter, Miss
Louise, formorly of this city, but now
of Covington, arrived yesterday for a
few days' visit.
Just received a car load. Can now
fill all orders promptly.
4-3t THOMPSON & McATEE.
THE THIRD STREET
Every pair guaranteed to give saws J
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR NOTICE.
All members of Maysvillo Com
mandery No. 10 Knights, Templar aro
urged to attend a meeting tonight at
7 o'clock. '
E. L. MANCHESTER, E. C.
J. S. M. Goodloc, expert accountant
of Now York, and brother of T. M.
Goodloc, insurance export for tho Stato
Rating Board, will bid for tho contract
of installing tho uniform accounting
system in Kentucky. Ho is a 'aatlvo of
- Agricultural training.
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