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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1014.
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Wki'a nature passed tlio golden lmir
Most Of ua fulled to get our share;
She phased us by.
But "when the feet were passed, you hot,
Most of us wero on hand to get
A largo supply.
"Whom good complexions went around
Fow of us were upon tlio ground
. .To share the same.
But most of Us got large supplies
Of marked-down teeth and remnant
t that it shame?
" 8. Straus was a visitor in Oiu
Mr. Charles Allen was a. visitor in
Col. JR. B. Lovel was a business is
itor in1 Cincinnati yesterday.
Mr. James Tollo of CercOo, W. Vn
is visiting relatives in this city.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the sternly
output of coal during tho last few
yearn Imh mado the- dealers push for
wider markets, W3 are going to get
more (cade your trade liy giviug
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unloss
you buy wisely,
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything in building material, don't fail to get our prices before buying.
We will give you the same quality for less money, or better quality for the
same money. We are building our business with that reputation.
We have as near a complete stock as you can find, anil can loud a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Get our price and you will lenve your order.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
Stock is very low, but some bargains
are yet to bo had.
20 fit OHIO HIVKR LUMBER CO.
3 WE NEED SPACE!
5 Our wall naner bins are crowded. We will
offer Golds, Browns and Tans at 5c per roll, m
" Call and see. Mat Cutting Machine for sale. jj
i J. T. KACKLEY & CO. S
Tho Important featuro of any trana
planter is the valve mechanism. Ex
amino the Improved Tiger. The valve
on this transplanter has a flat rubber
cut-off and Vi hose that insures plenty
of water. Tho Tiger makes tho farmer
absolutely independent of tho
weather. Ho sets his tobacco when
he gets his ground ready and It makes
no difference whether the soil is dry
or moist. This machiue was designed
primarily for the purpose of ouabliug
tho farmer to transplant, irrespective
of seasonable conditions. At the same
time, it is constructed to make
planting nioro rapid and accurate. You
can't go wrong in buying a Tiger. They
will "deliver tho goods." If you are
too busy to come in, 'phono us and we
will givo you the names of some oi
your neighbors who are delighted Tiger
DOVER'S NEW K. OP P. HALL NOW
ON THE MAP.
Tho now $1,000 homo of tho Dover
Lodge Knights of Pythias was dedicat
ed last night with fining and hospit
Thoro wero fivo new members given
the Pago degree, tho work being put
on by tho team of Limestone Lodge of
following are tho new Knights:
R. K. Baiuum, Dover.
C L. Mains, Minerva.
Lawrence Tiyeoek, Doier.
Leslie Collius, Drtwlr.
Albert Thomas, DoVer,
Following were the .Maysvjlle K
Hon. .1. Wesley Lee, Mayor, Messrs
Sherman Am, Charles Huff, Jus. Rasp,
William Martin, Arthur Munzing, Ben
Oreenleo, A. E. Daniels, Walter Rudy,
William Jones, Albert Hill, George Hill,
Henry Helmer, Naco Brady, George
Prank, Ben Fleming.
Miss Mary Leo Gluscock of Mnysville
is visiting Mls3 Ethel Howe. Carlisle
JACK THE PEEPER" BUSY IN
THE SIXTH WARD.
There is much complaint from resi
dents in tho Sixth Ward about a man,
or possibly two or nioro of this low
doWu species, who aro prowling around
other people's homes, looking into win
dows, climbing over fences and stalk
ing around on neighbor's verandas.
Theso "Jack tho Peepers," nro "un
fortunates, indeed," but thoy must
lakes tho consequences. Several of
them are known and if they get their
hides punctured with shot maybo they'll
niiiaiu ut their homes where 'they bo
In the meantime, good people, keep
your guns and pistols ready and giw
these curs what thoy deseno.
HUERTA IS GOING FAST.
Niagara Falls, Out., May I2S. Plan
for tho pacification of Mexico through
out virtually havo been comploted by
Tho major issues aro now before
President Wilson and General lluortu
All how designs In Wall Paper and
Rugs at HENDUIOKSON'S.
NEW STATE PRINTER.
Frankfort, Ky., May 28. Tho State
Printing Commission' today appointed
Moses It. Glenn, of Dawson Springs,
State Superintendent of Public Print
ing for a torm of four years.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIC. It tones up tho
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely the
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO.
THE THIRD STREET
2 Now is tho time to do your wall papering and JS
painting. Conio in. Wo can show you just what MB
you need. Wo 1mvo a full line of Wall Papers,
jH Paints, Enamels, Etc. Sec our line before buying. JJ
CRANE & SHAFER,
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D. HECHXNCKR & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Man's and Boys' Shoo Store.
WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST LINE OF HOT WEATHER APPAREL IN THE STATE.
READ THE LIST:
The finest untitled Hlue Serge Suit eer shown in
A splendid line of Palm Reach Suits nnd extra
White Serge Suits.
White Serge Trousers.
White Duck Trousers.
Shepperd Check Worsted P.iuts, ery new ill design
Htue Serge Coats and un endless variety of Cotton
and Linen Pants, both for dress uud work
Just receUed, another lot of our $5 Ulue Serge
Knickerbocker Hoys' Suits, the best suit for the money
sold in the state.
Our $4.f0 and $5 Hoys' Suits in colors, of which we
have sold hundreds, are wonderful bargains.
All maimer of Hot Weather Shirts, including some
elegant silk fabrics.
See our Summer Xeckwe.ii, including beautiful
3D. 3i330X-3:i3NrGS-33R. &, CO.
Mr. Roy Cochran will Ieavo this aft
ei'.ioon for Indianapolis to tako in tlio
live.hundred milo Memorial Day r.iees
at tlio great Indianapolis Speedway on
Saturday. Thirty ono cars liuvo been
entered in the race.
Mr. William MeKellup, wlioSs nearly
the en tiro push in The Augusta Chron
icle olfieo -was herd yesterday attending
the ball game. Mack is also ruMiiing
a, 'successful inoi te show in his home
Mr. Ray Strode, aged 21, farmer,
Fleming County, and Miss Annio Maud
Seamaiids, aged 21, Mason County, were
marriod at tho County Clerk's office by
Judge W. H. Rice.
' Special prepared paint $1.25 per gal
lon ut HENDUIOKSON'S.
Next Sunday Afternoon All Sunday
Schools of the County to Bo
i MIKE BROWN,!
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Mrs. It. L. Manwuring -will leave next
Monday for Atlanta, Ga., accompanied
by Mrs. Lemon of Covington. They go
o attend tho grad' Ititfa from tho At-
lauta Mpdiejrf-'Collogo of Mr. Myun, a
young Burnicso, India, student, who is
highly spoken of and who will return
to his far-away homo to practico mod
iciuo as a missionary.
MEETING OF CITY BOABD OF
The regular monthly mooting of tlio
City Board of Education will bo held
at the High School Building this ot'a-
ing at 7:110 o'clock. Tho election of
city teachers, janitors, etc., and other
matters of importance will take up the
attention of tho board.
Program for tho Sunday School con
volition to bo held at tho Shannon
Church next Sunday afternoon at 2:.'I0
Scripturo Reading and Prayer Rev
Reading of Minutes of last Conven
tion Miss Mitchell.
Appointing of Nominating Committee
Meeting tho Needs of tho Elementary
Pupil Miss Tully.
Address B. If. Oreenleo,
Tho Standard Miss Wilson.
Report of Nominating Committee.
This district include tho schools of
Mnyslick, Sardis, Shannon and Spates'
Chnpcl and each ouo is expected
send delegates to this uouyentioii.
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
D2 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
SMALL BOY DROWNED
Russell. 10-Year-Old Son of James
Craig of the County Meets Death
In tho Blver.
Russell, tho ten-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. James Craig, living near Oak.
woods in tho county, wftju drowned
whilo swimming in the Ohio Blver at
,tlie mouth of Bull Creek, yesterday aft-
Vrnoou about 4 o'clock. Ho bad bcou
tVlsitVag hiH great-uncle, Mr. J. A.
Jams, who lives on a farm in that
'eigliborhood and was to havo gouo
SMno yesterday afternoon but porsistod
(lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
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mg imvo io,ti lureo ciiuutu" iu wo
three months Bussoll is well
. j .nm.
k'.iown in Sardis neigh borlioodat which
jilaco ho attended school. His body
has not yet been found.
Description of Drowned Boy.
Height About 1 feet, 0 inches.
Color and Length of Hair Light and
Color Eyes BlUo
Weight About 00 pounds.
Had two Scratches on right cheek uud
was also devoid of clothes.
County Judgo Gibson of Bracken
County was a bus'caess visitor hi this
Mrs. Irma Lovel Ronnoknmp ro
turned to her homo In Cincinnati tlils-
morning after a fow days' visit to her
grandfather, Col. R. B. Lovel,
All kinds oi
0ur sale of
Ramie Lmen Suits
Last Evening By tho Pupils of Miss
Jouuie II. Mooro's MaysvlUo Music
Tho pupils of tho Mnysvillo School
of Music delighted a lurgo audience
in tho Caproni Building with a recital
last night. Each number was well play
ed and showed tho good training ro
reived from tholr instructor, Miss Jen
Duo Sucoud WnlU (lodard
Misses Stevenson and Hechiuger
Miss Elizabeth Peed.
Duo Troika Rido Tschaiskowsky
Missos PoynU nnd Hecliingor.
Dying Poet i... Qottsehalk
Miss Frances Dixon Ball.
Miss Mabel Crowell.
Song of of tho Brook Lack
Minuet ..... Boccherittl
Miss Rla Ross.
Duo Rondo Brilliant Mohr
Misses Mnbol Crowell and Prances
Valse Mystic Wachs
A rabesquo '. Lack
Miss Dorothy Mora
Tho Trout SchubortHollei
Miss Bebecca Hochinger.
Two Larks t ....... . Loschotlsky
Miss Mary Altor Barbour
livening Star Wagner-Liszt
Miss Ritchie Stevenson
I'Mncerta in.G Minor...... Mopdolssohn
, lissisfr M'aryltor' Barbour and
J?Me!aaoBfof fitodal Pin a .C .'.,,, '. ?
ping, for traveling, yot jirotty enough for hot weather church-going
in pretty shades of rose helio n'ad blue. Suits to slip into for shop
or any informal afternoon occasion. Essentially useful suits of cool
summer weight. Ten dollars and a special purchase or tho price
would bo higher.
You Need a
oven if you don't motor. Nothing is nioro convenient for pro
tecting your best frock on tho trolley, tlio traiu or in driving.
Natural colored linen coats, carefully tailored, $3.08, ?5.00, $6.50.
Some excellent service coats also for $1.50.
COMBINATIONS, of nuiiisook, trimmed with pretty and ser
iceable embroidery. 7.V. Trimmed with laco and ribbon-iuu em
broidery beading, 41.00 Laeo.triiuiued and with a deep top of lino
DEAWERS, made on tho desirable 'anrrow lines with flat trim
mings, 50c, either lace or embroidery trimmed.
PETTICOATS, of cambric, for 00c, with doublo front panel
(tx -woar with thin diesses). 1'or iLOO, threo different styles in
nainsook luce trimmed. At $2.00 nainsook with flounco topped and
edged with daraty laco insertion. Nainsook with slashed embroid
erv flounce, il.50, $1.US.
CORSET COVERS, miAij of tliem pretty enough to wear as
camisoles 10c, 2jc, JiOc
NIGHTGOWNS of nainsook in Empiro and other stales, laco
or embroidery trimmed -i-l to .$.r. Cheaper gowns of excellent qual
ity .10o, 7Sc.
' CREPE UNDERWEAR is daily growing In favor. It is cool,
attractive looking, doesn't muss easily and lightons laundry labor
as it requires no ironing. Wo have just recoived somo protty
gowns, 76c and $1.00. Also drawers with neatly scalloped edge, 50c.
Mr. Kemper "Pollx" Mitchell, the
genial and popular letter carrier, is tak
ing a much needed vacation, nnd inci
dentally Is scouting around trying to
socuro somo stars for tho local ball
team. During his absence Mr. Edward
Eitel is ably filling his position.
Mm. Proston Blanks of Moridian
Miss., Miss Nanuio Pumphroy of Tlem,
ing Couuty, uud Mr. John Glenn, of
Muses Mills, wore guests at the
homo of Dr. Edwin Mathews Wednes
day, loaving tho same evening per
steamor for Gnllipolis, Ohio.
IN LOCAL OPTION RIPLEY.
Ripley, Ohio. Third street, this citj
is buffering nu invasion of rats. Howard
Shaw reported being aroused from sleep
and seeing a pair of lats dragging a
bottle of beer toward a holo in the
LUMBER FOR SALE.
Wo havo a lino assortment of lum.
her for sale. Houso and birn patterns,
flooring, siding, etc.
THOROUGIIMAN & HAMRICK.
sa$lrldI RED LETTER DAY
Our May Bed Letter Day is always one ol our best cash sales days. We are going to try
to make this one a record-breaker.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
LADIES' SPRING SUITS AND
$U(i.00' Kind $18.50
$20.00 Kind $11.05
'$15.00 Kind $11.25
These uro all new goods bought this
Ouo big lot of beautiful huts worth
Saturday's price, $2.08.
0x12 worth $3.50.
Saturday's prico, $1.08,
Jersey Top Silk Petticoats in Colors,
l il'Bil .
One lot of pretty FOULARDS Just
received, worth 50c.
Saturday's price, 10c.
A spocial lot In all sizes, $1.00.
Cool and t'oinfortablo. Low neck in
crepo, nansook, etc,
Slightly soiled, worth, up to $1.00.
Saturday's prico, 50o.
Special, 10c yd.
MATTING SUIT OASES.
Tho best one you havo ever seen at
White and floral effects in all sUes,
Best values that can bo bought.
Bed and bluo collars. An excellent
COLONIAL PATENT PUMPS
Auothor lot just received, $4.00.
Puinpa and Oxfords -$,00 to $a.00,
Blaok and tan $3.00 to $5,00.
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