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! &. IWfUVa Balanco on hnnd $1845.74 SMBS"
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Preferred by Housewives, Physicians
and Pastry Chefs. Indispensable In
making finest cake and pastry
' -And u,ow tho sweet girl graduate
;' 41 er wisdom scatters;
Instructs us In affairs of state
" And kindred mutters.
Fiscal Court Orders 5-Cent Levy
For School Purposes
- " j Financial Statement Shows Condl
V'"J" "f '"". - ,tlon of County-Funds .
, 'Court "convoued Thursday porsunnt to
adjournment. Those present wcro Hon,
W. lf.:Jtice, Judge, County Attorney T.
I). Slutttjry, and all the Magistrates.
The' following claim were allowed:
T. J. Surtin, taxes refunded $ C.J5
Myall 'Calvert, pauper burial... 18.00
llughek & Brady, work at Circuit
Clerks olllcc '.. 23.25
Gus Telle, eonstablo fees 2.01
.T. C. Everett & Co., smallpox sup. 7.95
Mason Lumber Co., lumber !for
Clerk's oflice .. 4.35
Leo Jm Weaver, attending to
' sin'allpdx ; 10.00
J. M. Henderson, smallpox sup... 10.80
CliasV'B. Wllsou, smallpo'xjsup.... 4.15
J. V. llolliday, Magistrate's fees 3.15
W. Hi Thomas, guarding smallpox 23.00
Taylor Bros., pauper supplies .... 5.00
Ordered that the matter of purchas
ing copies of Bullock & Morrison's plats
for use of records of County Court
Clerk's office be and the same is left
in the hands of the committee.
Ordered that the sum of $5 per
mouth be, and the same is hereby al
lowed to Mre. Delia Kyan $10 to be al
lowed in the first payment to include
the past month as assistance in keeping
Tho report of the Auditing Committee
wast this'day received in Court, tiled and
ordered placed upon tb records.
The rule relating to couutry'hands h
that money to purchase uniform coats
and caps- is raised by public subscrip
tion, but tho individual member niU9t
furnish his own trousers.
DRAWING THE LONG BOW.
llnkuH I dnco saw' an Egyptian
'Smoking au Egyptian cigarette.
Pokus I'm sf bettor liar than you
are. I (toco ,sawa Turk taking a Turk
ish bath. Judge.
US CURED AT HOME BY
W ABSORPTION METHOD.
it jriAS: 1 11 Her Iroiu Meedlnc. UcUIdr. blind o,
protrudiUK I'llei.iend me jour add'reo, and I wll
tell you how to cute yourself t borne by tha new
biort)tlou treatment: and will alio tend lome ot
. P tbli homo treatment tree tor trial, with references
M v irorn your own locality If .requested. Immediate
. relief and permanent cure anured. Send no
money, but tell others of this offer. Write todav
to Mrs. M. Summers Itox V. South Vend. Ind.
"THE BLACK MASK"
''Tho First Story of tho Man Who
' " Disappeared
JTIIE HIRAM GBEEN .DETECTIVE'
Lubln Drama. .
'THE SOLDIEB OF THE O. S. A."
;We have a good supply of
CUT SHORT, .
mW WIFE and
1 old soimet
s uuu an iiiri
VU,"' '-j. nowors. .
IHnFmrs n . ' uriih vf Dnnl6K wd
iiwIilM II ,n8?kri$r$lon
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Financial Statement or Mason County.
To his Honor AV. II. Rico, Judg'o of the
Mason County Court, and to' the Mag
istrates of Mason County.
A stntomont of the financial condi.
tlou qf Mason County, is hereby sub
mitted as of April 1st, 1014:
Freo Flko Fund.
Heceipts in 1013, not inCludiMg
borrowed money $32209.04
Balanco on hand '..: 28012.55,
This fund owes tho Standard Bank
$10,000,00 In no.tes..
' School Fund.
Receipts from April 1st, 1913, to
April 1st,l(U4, as follows:
April Jst, 1913, balanco on
haMd as of that date $ 3545.27
Heeoipts during year 35111.20
Total Receipts $38050,47
Balance on hnnd as of April
1st, 1914 $4715.92
This fund owes $1700.00 note to State
National Bank, mid if as much money
is expended in April, May and June,
1914, ns was' expended in tho samo
months in 1013, this .fund will owe on
July 1st, 1914, which is- the clo?e of
their Fisonl year, $4,407.72.
General Claim Fund.
Receipts from April 1st, 1913
to April 1st, 1914 $20857.07
Balanco on hand $ 7003.70
Receipts from April 1st, 1913
to April 1st, 1914 $11524.03
Balance on hiiMd $ 1C48.31
This' fund owes tho Standard Bank'
notes to tlie amount of $432:1.00.
Back Tax Fund.
Ifecoipts from April 1st, 1913
to April 1st, 1914. ...,' $ 582.23;
Balance on hand ....,$ n82-2:
Dirt Road Fund. J
Receipts from April 1st, 1913
to April 1st, 1914 ,...$ 3032.94
DAILY AX 1 P. M.
Tho cry for more rain is heard by all
Cut -worms havo done a vast amount
.of harm to all tho early, corn.
The school wagon company held thoir
Inst meeting and settled up business.
Miss Bessio -Osborne,. after attending
commencement at Minorva, was the
guest of Mrs. Neal Dwyro.
Miss Ireno Hughes is entertaining
company, two students, from Stnto Col
lege. Miss Harriett Haughaboo is making
preparation to attend school at Rich
mond. MUSES MILL8.
' Mrs. n. B. -Muse, is very .low wrs
rheumatism. . '
R. A. James'and son nfo visiting rela
tives at Olive HilL- ' . v
Merchant J. S. Muso and wife autped
,to Maysvillo recontly.
Mrs. Nollio Bean of Manchester, O.,
is visiting, relatives hero.
Chas. H.'Compton was in Lewis Coun
ty Wednos'aay taking dopositlcas in a
Mrs. Martha Wyatt and son of Ross;
yille, Ky.",t spent last wook visiting hor
John MeDnniol of Nepton, como up
after his aged father, II. K. McDaniol
for a visit to his home.
Lark .T. Gully of near hero has been
grantod an Increnso of pension from
$10, to $1& p?r mcntli.
Mrs. Fidilla Hinton of this place,
who has been very Jow with tuborcnlo
sis Is some better at this -writing.
Arthur, tbe 4-year-old son of Dud
McRoborts and wlfo of. Ryan, is suf
fering with a dangorous wound in his
fool by stepping on a pitch fork.
Memorial day will bo observed hero
the 30th as usual. A largo numbor of
s aro Interred nt thin place
r graves wllj be decked with
Balanco on hand ..$ 1845.74
Sinking Fund for Turnplko
Receipts from April 1st, 1913 to April
1st, 1914, including balances carried
forward from iasfryear "and accrued Interest-on
samCftpll on deposit in State
National Bank at 3.51 Interest,
amounting to $14,505.21.
.. Whisky Tax Fund.
Receipts from April 1st, 1013
to April 1st, 1914. . . .' $ 551.32
Balnftico on hand .'. $ 551.32
Tho remaining Indebtedness of Mason
County, consists of $00,000.00 of 4
bonds issued iu 1899 for tho purpose of
purchasing tho larger . turnpikes of
Mason County, theso samo bonds will
fall due iii 19j8 to 1928, but aro re
deemable in whole or in- part nt tho
optica of tho County in the year 1919,
at which timo if the lovy for sinking
fund purposes is hold intact it will
amount' to approximately $40,000.00.
Free Tike Fund $ 5743.31
School Fund ; 4407.72
Inflrmnry Fund . 2074.0ft
Free Pike Bonds .' OQOOO.OO
Total doblts $72885.72
Total credits 25208.21
. .... $47077.51
Oonernl Claim Fund ....$ 7003.70
Back Tax Fund . .. 583.23
Dirt Road Fund ; 1845.74
Whisky Tax : : . . . 551.32
Sinking Fund 145C5.21
Total Credits . .' $25,208.21
Which recnpltulatloM shows tho net
debt of Mason County to be $47,077.51.
T. J. OWENS, Clerk.
By A. T. Wood, Deputy.
This is the first report in 17 years.
The voters of Mason County should lny
it away for future reference.
Ordered that the financial report this
day secured in Court, bo filed and
spTead upon tho records.
Ordered that tho sum of $25 per year
bo allowed to Edward Thomas, colored,
to be paid monthly by tho County
Judge, tho paymont to bo $3 for the
Ordered thattho levy for the General
Claim Fund be, and tho same is hereby
fixed for the ensuing year at 15 cents
on each $100 worth of taxable property
in Mason County.
MARY FULLER IN THE THIRD
Tho continued drought: that' has' pre.
vailed through this part of the country
for tho prist throe weoks has almost
ruined growiug crops. Oats is an en
tiro failure, grass is cut short, auA
early potatoes aro almost ruined. Sev
eral have not yet dono planting corn (is
the land is too hard for breaking.
Mr. James O'Connell, formerly of
Mt. Sterling, but now living in' Jen
kins, Ky., was a visitor in Lexfcigton,
Tuesday. Mr. O'Connoll, who is. in
bis 60th year, says ho doubts whether
thero is ft man iu Kentucky of his
ago who served in tho Union Army
from 1.801 to 1805. Despite his years,
Mr. O'Connell does not look over fifty,
and enjoys excellent health. Lextag-
At Paris it seems thoy let George
Tho consensus of poinion is that
George. Alexander will mnko a mighty
poor, poor man. -
Tall oaks may from little, acoi'as
grow, but $20,000,000 grew for the
lato C. W. Posk from, a littlo grape nut-
Cynthiana calls her commuter train
to Paris tho "Boozo Special." MnyJ
.Held has a dinkey- called "Whisky;
In the Sylvan Dell precinct, Wlllio
Frymnrf'has nlno acres of corn over a
hund high. Willio is qulto a chiropo
dist. A colored woman, in. Cynthiana calls
hor littlo sito "Prescription," because
she has bucIi a hard tlmo getting him
Tho Associated Press announces that
Secretary Bryau eats butter on his rad
ishes. Ah, yes, but does ho sprlnklo
nutmeg on his grapo juicoT
The Court of Appeals lias decldod
that a newspaper popularity contest Is
not a lottery. No, It Jsn,'t. It's a nui
sance, and as such ought to bo abated.
Tho latest fashions a hair dressing
require womon to wear their ears ou
tho outside.. This is tho first vlow of
pink shells for many a year, and they
aro said to look roal cute.
Bankers Ju otUB1" Jowrta. are Jjald not
Xu havo betin .snrprlsM nt tho falwe
- .. ..1 " . ..'iL.i .n.i'. wml.
of the .ljMtJprbanl;at Paris. -Wifh
a'.liiw ihfforgilara'wtRgtke saf ety
A crisp, clean, nutri
tiou3 food. For
where. Fresh in the '
age, s cents.
The funny little name
of the famous little
ginger snap that puts
fresh "snap" and
"ginger" into jaded
appetites. 5 cents.
The natural sweet
ness and nutriment
of the wheat are re
tained, giving them
a "delightful flavor,
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
Ordered that the lovy for tho Sink
ing Fund be, and the same is hereby
fixed for tho ensuing year at 4 cents .011
each $100 worth of taxable property in
Ordored that the levy for the Infirm
ary Fund be, and the same is hereby
"THE RAID OF THE
Two-Heel Kalem Feature.
' BRIDGET "BRIDGES IT'
GOT IN BAD
Two "Traveling Men From Maysvillo
Arrested On Charge of Detaining
(Cynthiana Log Cabin.)
E. E. Linvlllo and J. E. McCord,
traveling men from Maysville, Tvoro ar
rested horo" "Wednesday afternoon 011
affidavits mado recently by PoliccmaM
Arthur Lemons, charging each of them
with detaiuing a woman. Tho girls iu
tho case are Minnie Wolf, who works
at tho Central Hotel, and .iinnlo Hum
phrey, who worksi at Airs. Kato Ferry 's
Ono night rocently tho party wttot
out autoniobiting, going to Paris.
They had two tiro punctures and broke
a spring. Thoy got back to town about
midnight, but, it is allodged, thoy con
tinued on tho joy rido until about day
break. Tho two men wor.0 arraiguod boforo
.Tudgo Collier and wore reloasod c.i
$500 bond to await the action of the
Ragl&atl Writes Iateresting
Letter en This Subject.
Madison. Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedford'a Black-Draught
for Indigestion, and other stomach troub
les, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine 1 have ever used.
After taking UJackDrJ?ught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of 'stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after ealjrtg, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food-nnd its digestion.
To get quick: and permanent relief
from these, ailments,, you should take
t medicine of known curative merit
Its 73 years pf splendid success, bit be
NMum.m-vi.j hw!. ..,, r IWtSf M?"
Mi'NSiiMMK' 01 .rineinorusrjf
l.i' ?J.r.i,i- ; ..i-..,.il'SW'.Lr
From tho sllenco of sorrowful hours
Tho dosolato mourners go,
Lovingly laden with flowers,
Aliko for tho friend and the foe.
fixed at 0 cents on each $100 worth of
taxable property in Mason County out
sido tho city of Maysvillo,
Ordored that tho lovy for tho Turn,
pike Fund bo, and tho same. Is hereby
fixed at 25 cents on each $100 worth of
taxablo property in Mason County.
Ordorod that n lovy of $1.50 on each
whlto atad colored male person, to be
and the samo is hereby, made, one-half
the amount to go to tho Infirmary Fund
and tho other half to go to the Dirt
Ordered that tho levy for tho School
Fund of Mason County be, and same is
horebv fixed on each $100 worth of
taxablo proporty In Mason County, out
side tho City qf Maysvillo and .the Ger
nmuton'n graded school district.
On motion of Esquiro Holiday, which
was seconded by Esquiro Lane, it is or
dered that a tax rate of ,5 coats on each
$100 worth of taxablo property iu Mas
on County, as assogsed, ns of Soptem-
'ber 13, 1913, be, and tho samo is hereby
levied in tho aid of Common Schools
of Mnson County, in accordance witli
the special act of Legislature approved
April 29, 1S90, hi volume 2, page 1515
of Session acts of. 1832 and 1890 mid
authorized by a vote in Mnson County,
as appears upon page 40, 49 and 47
of order book Y in tho County Clerk's
Oflice. Tho following voto yea: Es
quires Dresel, Bauer, Lane, Moore, Hcil
liday, Collin, and Wallingford. Vot
ing no: Fsquiro Bullock.
Ordered that the following allow
ance to Magistrates and Committee
Work bo ullowed.
Esquiro Bauer One day attendance,
$3; threo days committee work, $9.
Esquiro Dresel One day attendance,
$3; threo days committco work, $9.
Esquiro Mooro One day attendance,
$3; two days committee work, $0.
Esquire Wallingford One day at.
Esquiro Lane Ono day attc.ulance,
Esquire Collins One day "attendance,
Esquire Bullock Ono day . attend
ance, $3. .
Esquiro Holllday Ono dny attend
On motion of Esquiro Bauer it is or
dered that Alexander Casey bo allowed
$30 for tho purpose c spraying trees
in Masffa County.
Ordered that County Judge W. H.
Rice, bo allowed tho sum of $50 for
Juvenile Court purposes.
Ordered that Mason County Court be
adjourned until Court in Course.
All new designs in Wall Paper and
Rugs at UENDRICKSON'S
Musical Feature Today
A Chinese Novelty
International Auto Races Will Bo Rend
From tho Stage This Aftonoou.
Mexican War Feature Monday.
The Coolest Place In Town.
ANNA BELL WARD
The Little Song Bird,
Will Sing Matinee and Night
Edwin August in a great
Roman' Drama in
"INTO THE LION'S PIT"
" 'Twixt Love and Flour"
A Roaring .Comedy
4 BIG REELS OF PICTURES
5c ADMISSION 10c.
Hold It Up
as you certainly must, aftor sampling
our exceptionally line Bye Whisky.
Every connoUsuor of good, puro nnd
wholesome Rye makes this brand his
favorlto. after tho first trial, because
it pleases his palato and nover k'lyea
hint u head ache. "Wo, aro soliciting
family trado and know lhat ev y house
should havo a bottle of wis Kye in oas
PjMmW MMMMMMMMMk UI'mwW mmMMmWP-
Of Low Prices Never Equals the
Bitterness of Poor Qualityl
Is the BEST, most sanitary and has
no equal. Sold only, in packages.
I'laut a little patch of Cane and give your stock a treat next winter,
how it will make the cows increase the (low of milk. We have the Oronge
Try us for a Barrel of Flour Roller King, Al Purity and Deweys Best.
STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING. In a few days tho
HOMEGROWN varieties will bo on tho market. The prospects aro
for a bountiful supply. Later on RASPBERRIES and other fruits
will be coming. During tho season my house as Usual Will Bo
Tho Headquarters for all tho various kinds. As I have my usual ar
rangements with the best growers in both TENNESSEE and tho
OHIO' VALLEY I shall be in position to meet all the demands and
furnish tho best fruits grown, on samo days, as they are picked,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. So when you want the best come to
My stock of FANCY GROCERIES is at all times full and com
plete and prices lowest.
The biggest and host stock of Coffees, Teas and Sugar; also a
full supply of country cured HAMS and BACON of tho very best
kind. Canned goods in immense quantities. In fact every article of
the very best usually found in a FIRST CLASS GROCERY. I
buy all my goods direct from first hands for SPOT CASH and have
no fear of successful competition. I buy country cured Hams and
Bacon and produce generally for which I pay cash or goods at "
SPOT CASH PRICES.
My usual invitation to country peoplo when in our city to
make ray house headquarters still stands, and don't forgot that I
WHOLESALE as well as RETAIL.
R. B. LOVEL,
J. C. EVERETT 4 CO.
means we have found it. Just the thing that is necessary in the
stove line. See our new kitchen COMBINATION COAL AND
GAS RANGE always ready, winter or summer, early or late.
Made of cast iron four holes for gas, four holes for coal. Use
same oven, either coal or gas. Only one flue connection, occu
pying no more space than an ordinary range. No higher in price.
An A. D. S. Preparation
for every ill. We guarantee satisfaction. Try
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM.
IOHM C. PEG&M. Oruggsst
Don't take our word; ask the wan who
drives one. 1914 Models
now on exhibit at
S KIRK BROS.,
.A. BIO- SFEJOIA-Jli
50c BOX PAPER FOR 23c
' See qur Window DIspUy, It will convince you
we are right. . ;. .,
The Biggest Value
mm 9 m fc
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HilM. C. RUSSELL CO.
Wholesale and Retail.
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