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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Though you liavo everything you liko,
rtiul riches como to you,
Your ilnys may ljo unhappy, sou; you'll
. - find that tlifs is true.
vHutyou c,nn fill your days with joy; g"et
') "..this, it isn't-snlve.
x The way to bo real happy is to like the
things you have. Luke.
Tldy i,s Decoration Day.
100 IN THE SHADE
Yesterday tho Hottest May 20th On
' tVrday went on record as being
tho warmest May 29th in tho history of
tho local weather-service.
)i Mrs. '.Mary Mnrsh, official custodian
4;)f Uncfoam's weather factor at Mays
ville Informs The Ledger that the mcr
c"orystooil nt 10 yesterday nftornonn.
it was 05 in The Ledger omcc. Every
day this week tho mercury has bciM
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports slinwtbo stonily
output of coal during the last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to got
raoro trade your trade by giving
yon a greater value for your money
You will never get. out of debt uuIosb
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. Ve are building our business with that reputation.
We have as near a complete stock as you can find, and can load n house com
plete on tne same clay oruer is received.
our price nnd you will leave your order.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limostone Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVILLE, KY.
A. A, MoLauohmn. L. N. Bkhan.
Stock is very low, but sonio bargains
aro yet to bo hmj.
23-Gt OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.
I WE NEE SPACEl
S Our wall paper bins are crowded. We will
offer Golds, Browns and Tans at 5c per roll.
1 Call and see. Mat Cutting Machine for sale.
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J. T. KACKLEY & CO. g
Under tho sod and tho dow,
Waiting tho Judgment day;
Under tho rosoa tho Blue,
Under tho lilies the Gray.
Special prepared paint $1.25 per gal
lon at HENDRICKSON'S.
KINO'S DAUGHTERS TO MEET
NEXT MONDAY AFTERNOON.
FIRST DISTRICT PARENT-TEAOH-ER
On account of tho epidemic of scarlet
finer in tho West Em there will be no
uieehing of tho Paront.Teacher- Asso
ciation at tho First District Building
in Juno. The election of oflleers for
Moxt year will bo held early in September.
FINE STOOK POISONED.
William L, Mornn, u stock raiser of
this county, lost four fiuo jennets at his
phico Menr hero. They wero In a lot
near his homo nnd when ho went out ho
found them huddled together dead. A
veterinarian was called, who said they
hud been poisoned.
The society of King's Daughters will
meet with Miss Louise Ilunsicker at
tho residence of her father, Mr. Chris'
Ilunsicker on Monday afternoon at It
o'clock. Little Miss Louise is tho
youngest and a highly prized member
of this worthy organization, so a suit
nblo program has been arranged for a
merry hour, after the business meeting.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIC. It tones up tho
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely tho
best blood purifier you can get. Excellent for children,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO.
THE THIRD STREET
DEATH OF MRS. ORA BATEMAN.
Mrs. Ora Batcman died yesterday aft
ernoon about 3 o'clock at tho home of
her sister, -Miss Octavia Crosby, on
Mrs. Batemanr'wns born in New
Hampshire, but she passed the greater
part of her life in and around Mays
ville. Her death Was duo to paralysis.
Funeral Monday at 10 o'clock, con
ducted by tho Rev. It. L. Benn. Burial
in tho Maysvillo Cemetery.
Alfalfa is being harvested and the
yield is immense.
Lat'o planted corn is a good stand and
growing right along.
Threo days' trip to Mammoth Cave
for $12.15. Juno IS. L. & N. jlS
"Tho Tuberculosis Problem" is one
of the most important now before the
public. Hear Dr. Dunham Moudav
night at tho Court House.
Tho Important feature of any traiw
planter is the valve mechanism. Ex
amine the Improved Tiger. Tho valve
on tills transplanter has a flat rubber
cut-off and lVi hose that Insures plenty
of water. The Tiger makes the farmer
absolutely independent of the
weather. Ho sets his tobacco when
he gets his ground ready and it makes
no diiference whether the soil Is dry
or moist. This machine was designed
primarily for tho purpose of enabling
the farmer to transplant, Irrespective
of seasonable conditions. At the same
time, it is constructed to - inako
planting more rapid and accurate. You
can't go wrong In buying a Tiger. They
wiU "deliver tho goods." Jf you are
too busy to come in, 'phono us and we
will give you the names of some of
your neighbors who are dollghted Tiger
Now is tho time to do your wall papering and S
painting. Como in. "We can show you j'ust what
you need. Wo have a full line of Wall Papers,
Paints, Enamels, Ktc. Sio our linn before buying. J
CRANE & SHAFER, S
PHONE 452. COX BUILDING.
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HECHINGEFw & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and MBn's and Boys' Shoe Store.
WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST LINE OF HOT WEATHER APPAREL IN THE STATE.
READ THE LIST:
The finest uulined Blue Serge Suit ever shown in
A splendid line of l'alm licach Suits and extra
White Serge Suits.
White Serge Trousers.
White Duck Trousers.
Shepperd Check Worsted Pants, very new in design.
Ulue Serge Coats and an endless variety of Cotton
and Linen Pants, both for dress and work.
Just received, another lot of our $5 Blue Serge
Knickerbocker Boys' Suits, the best suit for the money
sold in the state.
Our $1.60 and $5 Boys' Suits in colors, of which we
have sold hundreds, are wonderful bargains.
All matnrer of Hot Weather Shirts, including some
elegant silk fabrics.
See our Summer Neckwear, including beautiful
HCESOIE-SXnsrGS-ElIR, $c CO.
Contrary to expectations, tho applo
crop of Hobortson will not bo tho rec
ord breaker as was thought a fow weelJ
ago. Krom some- cause tho applo is
badly, says the Mt. Olivet
Mr. Herbert Smithcrs, aged 21, and
Miss Ida May Kiukald, aged 10, both of
Maysville, were granted license to mar.
ry. Squire Diesel officiated.
MRS. TOM REED DEAD.
Portland. Mrs. Thomas Brackett
Reed, widow of the former speaker of
the Nutional House, died after a brief
illness. Mrs. IJeed leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Balentyne, of San Diego.
For City Schools Last Night
By Board of Education
Miss Virginia Hurd Chosen One
of the Grade Teachers
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
The M. C. Russell Company received
this morn'ftig 100,000 pounds of granulat
SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT.
Milton Doe was up beforo the Squlro
'for letting his cattle run at largo. Fine
$5 and costs.
JUDGE NEWELL ILL WITH
Hon. Charles D. Nowell, Circuit
.Tudgo, of this district is said to bp
soriously ill at his country homo near
Maysville, with erysipolas. His many
friends trust that he will soon bo able
to attend to his duties again.
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
D2 W. SEOOND ST., AND 201 SUTTON ST.
' IIIOII SCHOOL PUPILS HAVE A
Tho Juniors gayo tho Seniors a bay
i,rlilo yestorday afternoon, with a lunch-
hebn at tho W. W. Ball farm. The
ehool days will soon bo over." Tho on-'
rfincnt of tliosu days come to tin end
Bll tOQ BOOtl. ' s
jTIio soda! meeting given by tho Kp-
t'orth Leaguo of tho Second M. L.
giurcli was well Attended last ovening.
u? woman ' sulTrago question was de-
Ited, arid won .by tho negatives. Theso
Ietlngi4 aro interostjug iraa give ino
ng people an opportunity for pleas-
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Little Eussell Craig Drowned Thursday
at Bull Creek Caught Here This
Robert, tho little ton-yoar-old son of
Mx. nnd Mrs, J, O. Craig, of near Sardis,
Who mot his death by accidental drown,
ing Thursday at tho mouth of Bull
Crcok," while on u visit to his undo,
was recovered this morning nt 0 o'clock
I by Joseph Harrison and'brought nwhoro
at tho foot of Wall street. Tho remain
were viewed by CoroMor Charles Slack
and removed to OoughlJn 's Undertaking
Burial will bo at Bhnnnon Sunday at
11 n. m,
The City Board of Education met '
Tegular sossion at tho High bchool
Building last evening, President Brown
ing in tho chair nnd members Qoisel,
Miles, Cochran, Hopper, Russell, Mcrz,
Smith aMd Richardson being present.
Tho reports of tho Treasurer, Truant
Oflicer, Superintendent of Schools and
Claims and Accounts Committees wore
A motion was made that the matter
of placing drinking iouiitaius, toilets
uud gas in, the Sixth Ward School Build
ii't, bo placed in tho hands of the Prop
erty Coinmittco with power to act.
.utter other minor business tho elec
tion of teachers took place. Profs. Chaso
iti.'d Port', informed tho Board by com
munications that they wero not appli
cants for ro-election.
The following teachers wero elected
for the ensuing term:
First District Mrs. Mary Marsh.
Second District II. C. Bai'.ies.
Third District Minna Gray.
W. T. Berry. ,
Mrs. Anna F. Ball.
Bessio Martin; . . .
Opal Baugh. ',.
Mary R. Lloyd. . '
Virgluia M. Ilurd, . .
Kutio Mao Bauer.
Teacher of Music. -
Marie Ha'aselnian. " , '
Principal to bo elected later.
Hilda Throlkold. ..
Clnra Hanbnlli. '
O. 8. Dalo ' . '-,
Additional teachers to" bo' selecled
AV. II.- HumphreyPrincipal High
Alfred ,Travit; '
Nora M. Ward.'
Allle Young. ,
High SchoolAlfred Hubbard.
First District William Outtcn.
oreflt Avtfau.dWTHomns' Mendqll.
Ramie Lmen Suits
in pretty shades of rose, holio nnd blue. Suits to slip into for shop,
ping, for traveling, yet protty enough for hot wenthor church-going
in pretty shades of roso holio aMd 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 be higher.
You Need a
oven if you don't motor. Nothing Is moro convenient for pro
tecting your best frock on tho trolloy, tho train or in. driving.
Natural colored linou coats, carefully tailored, $3.08, $5.00, $6.50.
Sonio excellent servlco coats also for $1.50.
COMBINATIONS, of nainsook, trimmed with protty and ser
viceable embroidery, 75c.' Trimmed with laco and ribbon-run em
broidery beading, $1.00. Laco.triinnied und with a dcop top. of iluo
DRAWERS, made on tho desirable 'narrow lines with flat trim
mings, 50c, either laco or embroidery trimmed.
PETTICOATS, of cambric, for 50c, with double front panol
(to wear with thin di esses). For $1.00, threo different styles in
nainsook laco trimmed. At $2.00 nainsook with flounce topped and
edged with dafcity laco insertion. Nainsook with slashed embroid
ery flounco, $1.50, $1.08.
CORSET COVERS, niuMy of them pretty enouglt-lo'wear as
camisoles. 10c, 25c, 50c.
NIGHTGOWNS of nainsook in Empire ami other stvles, lace
or embroidery trimmed $1 to $5. Cheaper gowns of excellent qual
ity 50c 75c.
' CREPE UNDERWEAR is daily growing in favor. It is cool,
attractive looking, doesn't muss easily and lightens laundry labor
as it requires no ironing. Wo havo just received somo pretty
goWas, 75o and $1.00. Also drawors with neatly scalloped edge, 50c.
Mr. J. R. Carpenter Is visiting friends
and relatives in Cincinnati.
Vico-Prosidont M. J. Caples, of tho
C. & O.of Richmond, Va., was hero yes
terday and was tho guest of Attorney
Miss Louiso Bailee of Cqvlngton ar
rived for several days' stay in this city
Mr. Chanslor Parker oi .Lexington is
spending a few days hero with his par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Pnrkor.
FARMER KILLS IHS WIFE AND
Munfordville. J. Bowou, a furmer
living near Hammondville, this county,
shot and killed his wife and then com
mitted suicide. Jealousy is supposed to
bo tho causo of tho tragedy.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
SA3M RED LETTER DAY
Our May Red Letter Day is always one oi our best cash sales days. "We are going to try
to make this one a record-breaker.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
SPRING SUITS AND
$25;o'l) Kind- $18.50
$20.00 Kind $14.95
$15.00 Kind $11.25
Theso ro all now goods bought this
O'iio ljlg lot "of bcautirul hats worth
$5.00. ' .
Saturday's, price, $2.03.
0x12 worth $3.00,
Saturday's price, $1.98,
Jersey Top Silk Fcttlcoata in Colors,
C ' ' I'orest AvtfauoWTkomas' Mendoll. j
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Alir FM 17-' - T i Colored J I ah cHoo niloruce' Yates. !.
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One lot of pretty FOULARDS just
received, worth 50e.
Saturday's prlco, 10c.
A special lot In all sizes, $1.00.
Cool and Comforlable. Low'nVck in
crepe, nansook, etc. ' . .
CORSET COVERS, '
Slightly soiled, .worthupU $l'.00.
Saturday's price, 60c.
l-'loral patterns. ,
Speolal, 10c, Vl,
MATTING SUIT OASES.
Tho bost ono you havo ever seen at
08a, worth $1.50.
Whito and floral effects In all sizes,
Bost valaoa that ion- bo. .bought.
Red and b'luo collars. An excellent
COLOinAL PATENT OPUMPS
Another lot just received, $4,00.
Black and tan $3.00 to $5.00.
AVo have a lino assortment of lum. .
ber for sale. House and barn pattorns,
ilooring, siding, etc.
TIIOROUGHMAN & 1IAMRIOK.