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Wv $i "Sr:JS MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1914.
Ah ho poMflred, "Shall I wed
With thistyjowglrj peaoliorliio?"
Echo, rumblifa overhead,
AnswerWl wilh a warning, "ltonol '
-' Mr. Dan H. Lloyd of Oormantown
was here yesterday transacting business
TIRST STEP TOWARD PEACE IN
Niagarn Falls, Ont., Ano 12. Dele
gates from the United States and tho
Huerta government today formally af
fixed their signatures in tho prosoneo of
the mediators of Argentina, Brazil nnd
Chile, to tho first protocol of tho series
through which it is hnpod to rostoro
peace in Mexico.
Tho agreement reached yesterday in
relnticu to tho manner of transferring
tho executive pqwer from Huerta to a
provisional president the acid test of
reduction to writing.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during thoJaBt few
years has made the dealers push tor
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade hy giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never got out of debt uulnse
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything in building material, don't full to get our prices before buying.
We will give you the same quality for less money or better quality for the
same money. We ure building bur business with that reputation.
We have as near a Complete stock as you can find, and can load n house com
plete on the same day order is reVeived.
Get our price and you will leue your order.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Llmostono Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
Juno heat records were broken in tho
South this weok when the mercury soar
ed to over 100.
The Hendricksori Paint Co.,
C2 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
Tomorrow, June 14th, will bo Flag
Day. It has beeji decided oyer the coun-
I try to make Monday, the 15th, tho day
on winch all celebrations will bo held
'and on which to display flags. So all
should unfurl "Old Glory" to tho June
breezes next Monday.
Miss Floronco D. Trouts loaves today
.for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Dan
Mitchell of Carlisle.
Why Wouldn't a Nice Runabout
or Buggy Make a Good j
For Your Boy? g
When you come in for the Commencement
at the High School Tuesday drop in and Jet us
show you our line. We have largest and most
varied lot of Buggies, Runabouts and Driving
Wagons ever brought to this town, or any other
town of its s(je, and can please your pocket
book as well.
j MIKE BROWN,
SQUARE DEAL MAN. I
added to our old stock. Our latest is the PRICMOj line of Cam- 3
j eras. Uses Plates and Films, also Ground Glass, with focusing
5 by scale. See our show window display. Prices from $r.50 to J
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO. f
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M.lsa Margaret Brown, tho e
hooHkeopor and stenographer1 at
Brown's big oiriporinm in Knet-
street, who has hoea confine;
homo by illness for several;
reported much improved.
IN THE A. B. 0. OLA
Washington, Juno 12. QenJ
will enter the peace nogotiati
House agreed to canal toll oxemptlon
bill aiid it only needs the slgnaturo of
the President to make it a law.
Miss Dorothy Douglas is in Loxing
ton attending tho School of Methods,
being a delegate from tho Christian
that money can bug
system and builds ytl
be3t blood purifiers
for constipation, I
kidney trouble. I
h. f. wiir
Now is tho time to do your wall papering and
painting. Coino in. Ve can show you just what
you need. Wo have a full lino of Wall 1'upors,
Paints, Enamels, Etc. See our lino before buying.
CRANE & SHAFER,
j Maysville's Best Clothing anc
Never before have we so clearly demonstrated
place to tit yourselves out in seasonable apparel.
We don t lay claim to be mind readers, it mus!
have caused us to provide ourselves and also you 'vil
hot weather clothes, shirts, uiderwear and nearly eve!
wear to make one as comfortable as possible in this toi
this writing it is too hot to bother you with much reading!
Lome in and be rittea in comtort giving clothes, til
'OUT MIT Tire PIPES.
Tie. now improvements being made
on tho Central Hotel for some time The now cigaretto law, makini; it i-
i .iru iii'itriy iiiiibiicii. iuu itiiuiii; ruuiu iiittiiu iui uujs unuci 10 iu usu i
Uihi'ii conlplotcd will bo one of tho larg-."pill" will go Into effect Monday. '
est in this part of the State Colonel Chief of Police Mnckey stated this
l. D. Daugherty has every reasca to morning that this law would bo ouforc-
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broad smile theso days. ' ed iu ay8vi
There are now four announced caiuli- iiiiiiiiiiirtiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-tiiiiii:'iiiiiiiiiii
dates for the Democratic Congressional iiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iii:iiiiiiii
iiomination iu this district.
Mr?. K. Higgs of Winchester has re
turned home after a visit here with her
sister, Mrs. Pannio McDaniel of Snl
Mrs. Hattio Crowell and daughter,
Miss Christine, will leavo next Monday
for a isit to friends in Lexington,
.ouisvillu and Cincinnati.
Of Winchester to FiU Pulpit Next Sun-
day Morning at tho Church of
, Mr. Otto J. Calahan of Helena was
tiningl.ig 'business with pleasure here
Miss Martha Cord of Connersville,
Ind., is visiting Mrs. Dobyas of Bast
Mrs. James M. Riley has returned
from a visit with relatives aud friends
iu tho county.'
i Prof. It. I. Cord of Cynthiann is visit
ing. Mr. and Mrs., It. M. Harrison of
Mr, Alfred Peed of Helena spent yes
terday hero atteuding to business und
Miss Anna Boll Ward, proprietor of
Tho Pastime Theater, was a visitor to
l.fur. itr ir nl... T !...... l.l.. -
"ilT. Y. JI. IWKt),, ) IVUYVB I.UIIljr IUI
,-a,. visit .at M. Sterling. Ho will be
, 'Accompanied by several of his sisters.
S iMrs Natalie McConnell. nee Cooncr.
of Millersburg, is tho guest of her
brother, Mr. 'Marshall 'Ooopor in For-
Kloln Dfllman of East Fifth
left this morning to spend the
&i..imn atM .iilnflnAa l t TAIial a .1
Mrs. S. V
gave a dunce last night
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UUI l v - ll iiFWUWuuu Artin. iu ncu
Mr. P. C. Goodwin of Forest Avenue
has ns his guests his sis'ter, Miss Sallio
Goodwin and his niece, Miss Eve Bell,
Miss Bertie Norris of Sandy 8pr?igs,
Ohio, who was tho guest of Miss Loreno
Dryden of Commerce street, left today
to visit nt Ewiug.
Mrs. Will Sheltou and Mrs. Hobert
Bullock of Georgetown, Ohio, arrived
yesterday for n several days' visit with,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Porter.
Miss Elizabeth Stone, who has been
'attending Normal School in Richmond,
Ky., for tho past few months has return
ed to her homo in this city.
Mrs. W. F. Poivr nid son IJobort
have returned from Culver Institute,
Culver, Intl., where they attended tho
commencement oxorcises of that school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brock of Evan
ston, Cinermntl, havo roturnM homo
after a pleasant visit with his mother,
Mrs. W. W. Brock of tho City Mission.
Mrs. 0. P. Marshall of Huntington,
W. Vq., arrived yesterday for n visit
with hor brother ond sistor-indaw, Mr.
and Mrs. James Hall of East Second St.
Mr. Robert Porter Smith of East Sec
.on d street, who is a student at Ames,
la., will not return home this summer
iot his vacation, Robort has accepted
a fine position out West,
Thq Sunday School of tho Forost Avo
nuo TS. E. Church gavo a banquet on
tho lawn of tho church yard last night.
Two hundred woro present nfml a splon
did tlmo was enjoyed by all.
The Rev Mr. Wentworth of Winches
ter, Archdeacon of the Diocese of Lex
ington will conduct tho service and
preach tomorrow morning at 10.115 at
the church of Tho Nativity.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. in. No
night service.. This church will join in
tho union service nt the m. E. ChurchH
To Speak This Afternoon at the Court
House Will Define His Views
JlIXj XJ& 03STCED XDOJTj J-Ft
ill end you four pounds of C. Sc. G. ireful Coffee.
rirt.DU inter jiecaweat us nao cup (jusuiy.
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Ex-Governor .1. C. W Beckham ar
rived yesterday afternoon to speak this
afternoon at 1:30 at tho "Court Houso to,
tho voters of tho community iu his race
for tho Democratic nomination for the
United States Senate. Tho Ex-Governor
arrived iaaccompanied on No. 3 from
Vnnceburg where ho deliered his last
address. Ho was mot by many of hiH
political frionds and prominent mem
bers of tho party. Mr, Beckham uinkos
the Central Hotel his headiiulirtors and
has beoa kept busy since his arrival
meeting friends. The Governor is look
ing well nnd seems to bo JM tho liest
Ho stated this morning that lid, would
doflno his position and express hist
views tp tho voters this afturnobn at
tho Caui Houso.
BIG PENSION ALLOWED
Man Who Went Homo on Furlough Be
came IU is Proven.
Owonsvillo, ICy., June 10. Jermiah
HuMt will shortly recelv'o $4,000 ns
"back pay" and' n pension of $22.50
per month hereafter. There are only a
few kinks yet to 'bo ironed nut boforu
tho voucher is drawn. It will bo tho
largest allowanco of this kind mado in
yoars. A tetfhnicnl chargo of desertion
stood against him until Representative
W. .r. Flolds showed to the satisfaction
of tho War DepartmVat that the roason
Mr. Hunt Hil not report for duty fol
lowing his return home on sick leavo in'
J80L', was because no was ill. Mr, Hunt
unlisted in tlm rUnfon nrmy M JM
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50c Lisle Soc
Hardly sounds bt)ipnblo until ho explain that iu a large con
signmt'iit of TiUr lisle 'socks just two patterns reniata so we put a
hurry out prico on them.
Women's 50c White Lisle Lnce Stockings 23c.
ChildieuN 15c Lislo Socks .Sic . Black only.
Infants 15c Lisle Lace Stockings S'c. Black, only.
Their lacoy IovUmchs naturally groups them together. Some
caps ure net trimmed iu laca a'nd a fluffy rosetto of criukled baby
ribbon. Other enps ure made of shadow lace trimmed in satin rib
bon with n rosebud nestling in the folds. Price COc.
Tho camisoles are plafci net, ribbon trimmed for 75c. Em
'broidcrrd net, ribbon trimmod $1.00. Net trimmed in shadow luco
and chilTou rosebuds $1'25. The diaplianous gowns of the season
make these dainty underwuists tt necessity.
are travoliug cases of pr
lias two largo envelop, y
In addition are two
bauds. The cases co
Violet Soap and
samo exquisito ST 2
soup iu a pretty muo box useful
a pound siffor box of talcum sy
Mr. David Longneckor was a visitor
iu this city yosterday.
Mrs. A. F. Stahl and children lcve
Monday to spend tho summer at their
former liomo at Stcubonvllle, Ohio.
Mr. Thomas II. Gray of Lexington
was a visitor in this city yesterday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Langefols nMd son 1
left this marniMg for a visit at Newport!
(Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Colo of Carlislo Miss Floronco Trouts is tho guest
Kited Mr. Colo's brother, Mr. Ben her sister, Mrs. Dan Mitcholl at Car-
Colo of East Second Street, yesterday. J lisle. , v'"
iTEX-iElFKCOISrEJ XJS TO SETj
John, the Aerolux
IIo will tnko yur nioasuromenta tor the best Porch
Shades mndtf, aud hang them free of charge.
Tho Aerolux N Whip Pdrob Shades
0 feo, $a.fi(); 8 jeot, $4.50; 10 feot, $5 75.
Thov nre the heat that monoy can buy. '
"EAGLE" Sl'IlUrtJ Another lot juat received.
riioy neoti no nlvortiaine at 85c.
'JENNIS II ATS White Ganvasa with colored
r.lli nnd &'
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m v. 7 mi.-. i i ". j
I V'j' Us White Oxfords, and Shoes,) Rubber tt
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a complexion like a poach ibtj
MELBA TALCUM VQM
Xt oo8te more thano
Largo Boy fefio;wl)K'
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