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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
OUR IjISTE OF:
is fresh every day.
Call and .see our line or phone us.
a gorid selection of the best.
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jfuust boar In
vt Tho world will trout you nlit
If when you fiuil youisolf in iloulit,
,'You keep your face closed tight.
iNKo Juno woatlior.
No rain for 21
Hear Dr. Dunham at t ho Court Mouse
tonight. No collection.
LOST VALUABLE HORSE.
Mr. James Punlou, foreman at the
saml pit on the L. H N., had the mis
"fortuno to loso ii -f 150 horse Sunday lift
ornoon. Tho horso was feeding in tho
pasture lot, and undertook to cross the
Its feet got In botwecu the ties and in
L; & N. trestlo over the Loxjjgton jiiko
tho strugglo to got up it fell to tho pike
below, killing iteelf. It is a heavy loss
upon Mr. l'urdon.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ol cofll during the lact few
years baa made the dealers pnah (or
wider markets, We are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value lor your raonoy,
You will never get out ol debt uuloae
you buy wisely. p..-
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
uytbiiiR iu building material, don't fail to get our prices before buying.
We will give you the sunie quality for less money, or better quality for the
same money. We are DuiUltng our uustness wun mat reputation.
We have as near a complete stock ns you can find, and can load a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Get our price and you will leae your order.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. MoLauqhmn. L. N. Bkhan.
Stock is very low, but some bargains
are yet to bo had.
!ii).ot onio kivcr LUMiirm co.
S BIG 3 IN STOCK OF
Waterman, Conklin and Holland. Fit you- hand and fit your purse.
M Self.filling and regular types. The best Fountain Pen, Holder and Itottle
of Ink for $1. Satisfaction guaranteed, btart the Graduated with a good
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Martha Washington Linen Paper 1
lb. for 10c 30c grade. Twenty.four
envelopes 10c. J. T. Kackley & Co.
THE OLDEST PHYSICIAN IN THE
The important feature of any trans
planter is the valve mechanism. Ex-
amino the Improved Tiger. The valve
on this transplanter lias a flat rubber
cut-otr and l'i hose, that insures plenty
of water. The Tiger makes the farmer
absolutely independent of the
weather. Ho sets Jiis tobacco whon
he gets his ground ready and it makes
no ditcrence whether the soil is dry
or moist. This machine was designed
primarily for the purpose of enabling
the farmer to transplant, irrespective
of seasonable conditions. At the same
time, it is constituted to make
planting more rapid and accurate, you
can't go wrong in buying a Tiger. They
will "dollvor the goods." If yon are
too busy to come in, 'phone us and we
will give you the names of some ot
your neighbors who are delighted Tiger
Dr. and Mrs. It. D. Smith nnd daugh
ters, of Peebles, Ohio, are nt Dover
VlsitiM" his father, the enernblo Dr.
rietehor Smith, who celebrated his i3
birthday on May Iflth, and despite his
nearly century run ho has fairly good
health and still has n limited practice.
Special prepared paint $1.25 per gal
lon at HENDRIOKSON'S.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Squires, 1014 E.ist
00th street, have announced tho engage
ment of thoir daughter, Anna Mae, to
Mr. Charles It. Gibson of Mnjsillo, Ky.
Charles is a handsome and popular
Maysville boy ntod is the only son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Gibson of West
Now is tho time to do your wall papering and g
painting. Come in. "We can show you just wlmt m
you need. We have a full line of Wall Papers,
Paints. Enamels, Etc. See our lino before buying. B
B CRANE & SHAFER, 8
5 PHONE 452. COX BUILDING. S
Attondnueo nt Sunday School May 31
KirHt Christian 311
J'irst Baptist v 100
Pirst Presbyterian . . , .' 00
Third Street M. K 01
Forest Avonue M. E 0!2
Second M. E. South 71
Central Presbyterian Ol
Kirst M. E. South Q!
Episcopal . 20
Mission . .'. 20
Total Mny 3rd 2003
Total May 10fh 1108
Total May 17th 008
Total Mny 21th 071
Ornnd total for May 5003
Average for May 1100
Total for April ,-1000
A er.igo for April 1000
Regular meeting of tho City Council
Three days' trip 1o Mammoth Cave
for $12.15. .luiio 18. L. &, N. jl8
Mr. John Kllpp, who met with aM
accident nt his plaeo of business it few
dnyi ago is Improving nicely and ex
poets to bo out again in a short time.
The first real Mcxlcnu War pictures
shown In MaysUlle at tho Gem today.
Federals and Rebels in action see
tho Mexican War pictures at Gem today
Augusta, Ky. Augusta will havo its
first chautauqua nnd July 20 has beca
fixed as the date for the beginning.
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIO. 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
D. HZCHINCEK & CO.
WaysvillB's Best Clothing and Man's and Boys' Shoe Store.
WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST LINE OF HOT WEATHER APPAREL IN THE STATE.
READ THE LIST:
The finest unlined Blue Serge Suit eer shown in
"A splendid line of Palm lleach Suits and extra
White Serge Suits.
White Serge Trousers.
White Duck Trousers.
Shepperd Check Worsted Pants, ery new in design.
lllue Serge Coats and an endless, variety of Cotton
and Linen Pants, both for dress and work.
Just received, another lot of our $5 Dlue Serge
Knickerbocker Roys' Suits, the best' suit for the money
sold in the state.
Our $1.50 and $5 Bojs' Suits in colors, of which we
have sold hundreds, are wonderful bargains.
All manner of Hot Weather Shirts, including some
elegant silk fabrics.
See our Summer Neckwear, including beautiful
At tho last General Conference of
the M. E. Church South, which has just
adjourned at Oklahoma City, Okl.i., Mr.
W. W. Ball of this city was elected a ice
president of the Church Extension
Board. This is quite an honor.
FIRE SWEPT CORINTH.
Corinth, Kj., .Itrjp, 1. Eire broke out
1'cre early tonight which has destroyed
practically tiic entire business section
and the conflagration is still raging.
Tho W. C. T. V. will hold its regular
meeting at tho liomo of Mis. M. S.
Clark in West Second street at 7:30
this oeHing. Mrs. Clark will lead the
meeting. All members urged to bo present.
ATTORNEY JAMES HARVEY
Mr. James Harvey Sallee, a Mnys
ille boy and son of Mrs. C. L. Salleo,
of Covington, will graduato from tho
Ann Arbor, Michigan, law school this
month, lie will practice in Covington.
Passed Away In Cincinnati Last Friday,
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Rev. M. S. Clark returned homo from
fi Moorfield, Saturday riight. "Rev. Clark
'has been holding quite a successful
meeting at t)m M. 13. Church South in
.MutftfleTd. Ifo had fifteen additions to
tho church, a'.id many conversions. The
house and suirrouudinu church yard
were filled nightly to hear tho glad tld
-GOING TO SUNNY FLORIDA.
Th"o family of Mr. B. B. Allen of W.
Second street leave today to join Mr.
Allen nt Ft. Meade, Fla.. whero they
will tMgago in truck farming. Their
son, Mr. Ben Allen, -working at the
freight ofiico of tho L. & N. will re
main awhile longer in Maysville and
Liter Join tho family.
Pietro Caproni, aged 38 jears, died
Friday in Cincinnati after an illness
of a few days. The funoral will boheld
this morn'ftig in that city.
Joseph and Jacob Caproni of this"
i ity are brothers.
Mr. Caproni with four of his children
Albert, Anna, Isabello and James left
yesterday and Mrs Caproni will leave
today to attend tho funeral. Jake .mil
his wife, will nlso go today.
are made with 30 per cent, warp re-inforcement at the centor of tho body, and the ends are lacod with very heavy cords. These
features in connection with the use of high grade yarn, and dyes to gether with great care in every detail of manufacture, give Vudor
Re-inforced Hammocks extraordinary durability (about twice that of ordinary Hammocks).
Longth extended in use 80 inches, width extended in uso 38 inches.
We havo only a few left and aro closing them out at greatly reduced prices.
Took Charge of The Maysville Office
This Morning Succeeding
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
52 "W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
ST. PATRICK'S CEMETERY
oautiful Services Mark Strewing of
Tho members of tho St Patrick's
itholio Church held their aunual Doc-
ntion services at Washington Conii
ry nuiuiay afternoon, itov. i-aiuur
A. O. Dnyre, nsaistant pustor of
Patrick's delivorod tho Decoration
y sormon. An lmprcssivo jirogrum
nshington Cemetery is one of tho
tt'boautlful Cemeteries in tins see
tof tho State and is kqpt Up by
nynrirs, who pay two. dphars a year I
for uoeesiary nttcMtlon.
v.''athor P. M. Jones, pastor of
St. Patrick's Pnrish, is tho one who
litis mud0 this Cemetery tho beauty
spot it is.
Q. il llllMlllC
Mr. Dairl Burden, aged 22, of Mason
County, nnd Miss Louellu Wilson, aged
17 were granted license to marry late
Mr. Jesse Hltt, ngod 26, farmer, antl
Miss Bearl 81oop, aged 10, both of
Masou County, were married by Rev.i
A. V. Stahl at tho Cowaty-Clerk'a of
fico Into Saturday jilghtj
All XliHII Ul rficon yiiuuinpuw. ,
l f Q&d Goods cmfam . ,r; us
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Maysville has a new Postmaster this
Postmaster Clarence Mathown turned
over tho ofllce, from stamps to flag, ami
from tho old house to the kitchen, to his
Huccessor. Mr. Mtircus Y. Kelioe.
Mr. MVithens retires with a notable
record of over 10 years and 2 months.
Thnt ho has eorved tho public wclj
nil enn attest.
Vale to Mr. Mathews and hail to Mr.
Kohoe. v . "
To Bo Reopened as a Popular Summer
On Monday, Juno 15th, Beechwood
Park will bo rcoponed to tho public as
an out-floor summer nmusoment resort.
Mr. Shonnnn Am and Mrs. J. C.
Simons, ownors of Tho Gom theater will
lio in chnrgo.
Ma'.iy now amusoments, some of
which have nover boon seen In this sec
tlon-wlll bo shown. A moving picture
show in tho novelty of nu Alrdome
will bo put up and nothing but feature
pictures will 1)0 shown. High Class
vaudovlllo will bo given from 7 to 10
The danctoig pavlllion will bo open
every night until 12 and will be under
tho management of a competent dnnc
ing Instructor, who will Instruct all be
BliUotl's Orchestm will be one of the
featurej of this park's attraction. They
will play ifrom 0 to 12 every night. On
Sunday aftornoon and night concerts
will bb given by Bujlott's augmented
Soveral now Jawn sentB and jnnny
rope 8whijfrt will 1io added. The booth
will lie overhauled anil nitinv excel'
Sent' Hxtures Isstalled. 'iMarv' eA?,
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Needles Will Fly
through these pretty cotton dress goods, for women who have
postponed sewing find hot weather has arrived and found them
unprepared. We aro told we have tho prettiest and most com
plete summer dress goods' stock in town at 10c to $1.25. Suppose
you do some shopping and decide for yourself.
Lowered Prices on Silk Dresses
New York styles- with every variation of the puff- tunic.
Each dress has a dainty touch of fine lace or net, and al
the bodices aro lined with silk mull or net. Sizes 34 to 44.
Twenty-five per cent, reduction on these attractive dresses,
makes buying easy. Sizes aro incompleto in each group but all
are included at $12.50 to $29.00.
SAW THE BIGGEST AUTO RACE ON
Mr. Roy Cochran, Jacob C. Oabllsh
and Morris O. Kirk, woro visitors to
Indianapolis Saturday and aw tho 500
milo auto race won by Thomas.
FAMILY HORSE KI0K8 CHILD
Martha Power, 8 years old, while
standing near the old family horse, was
kicked in tlio head by the animal and
ery seriously injured.
Yestorday morning about 11 o'clock
a small firo occurred in one of the
CochraM houses on Short street, the
damages were slight. The firo was ex.
tinguished by chemicals.
LUMBER FOR SALE.
Wo havo a fine assortment of lum.
bor for sale. House and barn patterns,
flooring, siding, etc.
THOROUGHMAN & HAMRICK.
Thp HOT WEATHER
We expected it and prepared for it while the snow was on the ground.
Here you will find a complete line of cool goods for hot weather.
Summer-Weight Underwear, Low Neck Shirtwaists,
Cool Gowns, Comfortable Kimonas, Thin Hosiery,
White. Ratine Skirts, Dainty Tub Dresses, White
Caavass Oxfords, Fans, -etc etc.
THIS IS THE COOLEST STORE IN MAYSVILLE, 'witiivpleiity
of fresh air circulated by revovins; electric fans.
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