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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
':., TI-pv often sncalc of women thus:
W 41'Pl..... .tnnnnt fliifiiip u cttnliivM Tint
The looks tlio charmers cast at usl
'' Ami, oh. tlio marks thoy mako of
menf - .Judge
Clark, little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark P. Rogers, Is recovering nicely
Jtom his attack of scarlet fever.
, ' Maysvillo Oas Co. to Open Great Cam
paign or Demonstration two
Young Women Experts In
The Maysvillo Oas Co. is now putting
on ono of the most complete electrical
displays ever seen. Miss Curtis and
Miss Hawks, two experts from tho Gen
eral Klectric Co. are hero conducting
S'lino and every feature and al' tho mod
ern now rtpplia'accs will bo shown and
exploited. In truth the "Klectric Ago"
will bo illustrated in all its surprising
Seo display adv. tA today's Lodger
and others to follow.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output of coal during the lust few
yeara las mode tho dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to gel
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out of debt unlosc
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Store Duilding and Wareroom in Tolcsbo'o, Ky, We will, Saturday, June
20th, 1014, at 2 p. m., on the premises, sell to the highest and best bidder, one
large store building and wareroom, on lot G0x70, at the corner of the Tolesboro
and Concord pike in the town of Tolesboro, Lewis county, Ky. This is, without
u doubt, the best piece of property in Tolesboro for any business desired, or can
be changed to a residence. The location will get business in any line, mostly
suited for a general store. Terms of sale casli, balance to suit purchaser. De
ferred payments to bear 0 par cent, interest from day of sale, and a lien will be
retained upon the property to secure such deferred payments.
Special preparod paint $1.25 par gal
Ion at HENDBIOKSON'S.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limostone Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVILLE, KV.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N Bkhan.
JACK IIKXIUUC'HhO. AlK-Honrfr. TwUboni, Ky.
Mr. Elmor Hayes has roturned from
Jasper College, Jasper, Ind., to spend
tho summer with his mother, Mrs. John
Hayes of Hat Fourth street.
IWhy Wouldn't a Nice Runabout
or Buggy Make a Good
8 For your Boy? S
When you come in for the Commencement g
5 at the High School Tuesday drop in and let us jj
8 showyou our line. We have largest and most m
varied lot of Buggies, Runabouts and Driving 5
Wagons ever brought to this town, or any other J
town of its sfye, and can please your pocket
book as well.
MIKE BROWN, 1
SQUARE DEAL MAN. g
The Hendricksrin Paint Co.,
C2 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
liENEW GOODS! I
added to our old stock. Our latest is the PRKMO line of Cam- M
eras. Uses Plates and FihnsKalso Ground Glass, with focusing M
. 1 .. fr,. .-.... 1aa iinilrtnl 1 U'tllni' ltliC IfTVttl Cl ri"V i t Hi
See our show window display. Prices from $1.50- to
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO. g
5 Now is tho time to do your wall papering and
painting. Come in. Wc can show you just what
you need. "We have a full line of Wall Papers,
" Paints, Enamels, Etc. See our lino before buying. H
S CRANE & SHAFER, B
5 PHONE 452. COX BUILDING. 5
Mr, W. A. Wood of Limestone street
let recovering from a sevoro attnek of
Hon. Chns. B. Poyntz arrived hero yes
terday from Joplln, Mo., for n fow days
lslt with relatives.
DINGER BROS., $aSScil
Inrnr I'Hnnot b C'didI
wnsed portion of the enr. There t only one way to
diet. Deaf oeat lioauaedby an Inflamed condi
tion of the muooui lining of the Euitachlan tube.
When thti tube li Inflamed you have a rumbling
louudorlraperfeothearliiK. and when ltlieutlrely
oloied.dpafneii lithe remit, and unlentheln.
Aainmiitlon can be taken out and this tube re
itored to Iti normal condition, hearing will be
deitroyedforever; nlneoaieioutof Nnarecauied
byOatarrah,whlobU nothlngbut an lnflammed
WewllliclveOne Hundred Dollars for any caie
of dnfne (caused byuatarrb) that cannot be
cured by Hall't Catarrh Cure. Send f orolroulan
free. P. J.onKNEY A COToledo,0.
Sold by Druggists, ?s.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Afiitizin have
moved from Forest avenue to tho Wil
liams' dwelling in Limestone street.
They resided in their last location for
Mrs. Holt Riehcson, chapercito at Ham
ilton College, Lexington, and daughter,
Miss Li da Uicheson, liavo returned from
Lexington to spend tho summer here.
They will occupy the residence of Mr,
W. II. Means in West Second streot.
Itemcmbor, salo of tho D. A. Emmitt
1 roporty Saturday, Juno 1:0. at 2. o'clock,
Ijouso will be open alt day Saturday for
l"8jiection. See Ewan & Co., for furth
cr particulars. 18-3t
Mr. ClartMce O'Keofo roturned yes
tonlay from Dayton, Ohio, where ho
has boon attending St. Mary's College,
to spend tho summer vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Kcefo of
PREVENT EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION I
It is a disease caused by over stimulation of the sweat
glands. This condition can be remedied by the use pf
It deodorizes perspiration, is daintily perfumed and pleasant
to use. Price 25c a box.
M. F. WILLIAMS S fO. mSS"
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
We surely have reason to congratulate ourselves that our efforts to supply our cdmmunity
with seasonable clothing is appreciated. It is due to the weather and our heat averting clothes
that we are doing such an unusual volume of midsummer business.
We are still harping on "our Palm Beach Suits." No matter how high the temperatUrif "tt
one on and you feel comfortable. Our price $7.50, Cincinnati's best stores "and onjy inrfhe
best stores are the kind we self found" they sell at 10. We yet have them in all sizes! "When
sold we cannot replenish inside of three to four weeks the. market is bare of them. "Come in
now and be fitted."
Lots of other Hot Weather Goods Shirts, Underwear, Straw and Panama Hats, Serge and
Luster Coats, the handsomest line of Silk and Wash Ties in Maysville.
Just received, a lot of Pure Linen Pants, all sizes.
ID. HCEsOIillNra-ESK, c&, 00.
Mr. W. 0. (Jouorson of Hi ploy was in
this city on 'business yesterday.
WILL CLOSE AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Mrs. Prank Latham of Maysliek
si opping in this city yesterday.
('(liincilman John C I'verett was a
business visitor to Cincinnati Tuesday,
Paring tho hot weather season The
Central Meat Market Vwill close at 7
o'clock each evening except 011 Satur
lfi-tf WILLIAM WEIS.
There aro no new
fever 'fa this city.
cases of scarlet.
Mr. Joo Caproni was a business vis
itor in Cincinnati yesterday. ;
Miss Helen Adler will be hcaroy in
vocal solos at Beeehwood Park tonight.
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Won iy Maysvillo From Paris Yester
day By the Score ot 11 to 10 Flvu
" Pitchers Used.
Maysvillo made it two straights from
Paris yesterday by defeating tho Bour
bcaites by the closo score of 11 to 10.
Tho game was nn. qld-timo sluggiug
match and was anybody's until the last
mu'a was out.
' -Doc Crowe started (tho gamo for
t'" Maysville bit was replaced by Raemes
. J in tho second with tho bases full and no
" ono out. Then tlio run Commenced. 4110
' Paris aggregation startdd to whaling
.the ball and piled up seven runs.
.The Cubs came right back at them In
if the next two innings and got enough
W- tuns to win th,e gamo. Long was pound
;''. ,.i 'Im.tA: In tlio thinl mid was ronlaced
by Cefaula, who allowed three runs in
.tno next Inning, after which ho sottlei
down and wbb practicably unhitablo.
Paris hit Baqmes nnd ho was replac
ed by Cloth In the last'part of tho ninth
Tho box. score roiiows:
PAHIS ' ABIt 1IPOA
Schafor, If 5 1
Ce'fnula. lb-n 5 0
Ifbbbs, 2b 5
Francisco.' o 4
Daubert, ss 5
pf ' Lrrccht. cf 5
Shrimper. 3b 4
1 Shcrnian, rf ........ 4 2
- Long, p-lb 5 1
V ' "TOTALS 42 10 15 24 9. 1
MAYSVILLE - AB It H PO A E
; ,'-. Noiter, rf , . . 1
Cjiapman, lb 5 -1
(jriEmory, as 4 1
, .( 'Ilonovan, cf
''. 'Tttntrlnl. li
(.Ellis, If .-..
itiobr. c . . . .
tfjjbwe, p .
yu, r -
.35 11 11 27 13
Score by innings
Innings 1 2 .'I 4 5 0 7 S 0
Paris 0 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 110
Maysville 0 0 S 3 0 0 0 0 x-ll
Following is the summary: Three
base hit llnbbs. Homo run Dietrich.
Stolen bases Ccfnula, Iloobs, Francisco.
Struck out By Long j by Cefaula 3, by
Crowe 1, by Haemes 2. Base hits 3
hits, no runs off Crowo in 1 lulling; 12
hits, 0 runs off Racines in 7 innings; 0
hits, 8 runs off Long in 2 1-3 inning.
Left on bases Paris 10, Maysvillo 0.
Double play Daubert to Hobbs to
Long, First base 011 errorg. Paris 2;
Mftysvlllo 4. Time 2:00. llmpiro
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J BIQHT OFF THE BAT.
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Dietrich hit a homer with two on in
Donovan has regained his batting oyo
nnd is now hitting regularly and consistently.
In tho third liaing Pitcher Haemes
of tho locals performed an unusual feat,
that of getting two lilts in one inning.
Huntinirton conies today for two
games, after which conies Portsmouth.
By Maysvillo wli.ning and by Hnnt
itigton losing yesterday the locals jump
ed Into sixth place. The Cubs have won
three straights for, tho first tlmo this
season, Come out mid seo the gamu
this afternoon and help the.good cause
Mrs. 0. D. Asbury nnd mother, of Mt
Olivet wero in town this morning on
their way to Cincinnati.
Mrs. Charles Ellis and little daugh
ter, of Winchester, Is spending a few
days hero with her husbnnd, Loft Field
or Ellis, of tho Mnysvlllo hasofoall team.
Miss Julia Jenkins of Flemingsburg
was in this city yesterday on her way
Li spend tho hummer at Columbia, Mo.
Mr. Richard Dodson and daughter,
Miss Florence, leave- tomorrow or Sat
iiulav for a short visit at -.utinsville,
Mrs. C. F. ZwGigart Struck By
C. &. 0. No. 2 and Instantly
Killed Yesterday Afternoon
Cros8Bil tho Track To
Soma Young Ducks
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS
fr. Frm preserved in tbek is just.w. good after 5 yers Mhe day it Tbb g)l'
vas raade. W can 8lRw,yju. t ;r: V , vny P;a
Mrs. Mary M. Zweigart, wifo of Mr.
Christian F. Zwelgart, was struck and
Instntitly killed yesterday afternoon by
tfio C & O.'s Fast Flyer No. 2 in the
rear of .her homo in tho West End as the
train was neariug the station. Her body
was thrown -a distance of 50 feet and
nearly every bfc'.io was broken. Hhe was
picked up by the train crow and taken
to tho depot from Where her remains
woro later removed to tho undertaking
establishment tif John W. Porter. The
onniniir'a Innuest will be held tomorrow.
r All of Maysvillo was horrified by the
deplornble accident, Airs, .weigan uuti
been across the railroad tracks to the
North to feed-some littlo ducks, aim
to keep from waiting for a West mov
ing freight to pass she stepped across
the North track in front of the freight
onto tho South track a few feet in front
of tho Flyer which was pulling into the
depot from the West and which she
did iiot see, her attention being cen
tered In tho freight train.
Mr. C, F. Zweigart had loft Wednes
day morning for Kansas City and one
son,. Chambers, was in Portland, Ore.,
and her daughter, Jennie, was in Chi
cao at tho time. They woro summon
ed" immediately and will probably ar
rivo here today.
Mrs. Zwoigart was 47 years of age,
being "born in Brown County, Ohio, in
1807. Her innidiM nanio was Mary J.
Martin, and she was tho daughter of
tho late Tlios. Martin. After her mar
rlago to Mr. Zwoigart they have since
ilv.7,1 in Hie West End of this city. She
leaves a husband, four sons, Thomas F.,"
nimrloH. Chambers and J0U11 iWoigari,
and quo daughter, Miss Joiino Zwoigart,
ri school nt Cincinnati, ami ono oroin
r. fMinmliors L Martin, of Brown
County,' Ohio, to mourn her death.
. Mrs. Jrffoliiart wns well known
'throughout, this and adjoining counties
and had many iricuus wno join wnu
the relatives in their loss. She was a
member of the Christian Church, thlj
city, and was a lovely; sweet woman,
with an angollc eharnctor.
The entlrotcommunlty Is thrown tntir
sadness by tho manner in which Mrs.
Zwoigart mot hor death. The funeral
arrangements havo not !?on "ade, but
will bo nifctouncctl tomorrow,
Ono son, Chnrlos, is now speeding
homo' frqm Potrlalid, Oro., to bo nt his
'iothor'ii funeral. Christian, n studen
nt tl' O, M, I. Ijb now here, -.
ocked husuana nuu.lP uos-
to Arkansas, hur
Great Bargains for Wearers of
Redfern and Warner
A few dozen Coisets wo aro closing out because wo haven't a f'M "
full range of sizes in each model and don't care to order them so I g ClTi C I m O
Lite in the season. The corsets aro correct in line and in no senso I i I I yj II LJ II I ly I 1
shop worn stock. Sies in all prices but not iu each price are 13 " " - M.JL M. ,? a B. iwr
'" "' ' are a combination bust support and shield made on net. Thoy also
$4.00 Corsets $1.75. $3.50 Corsets$1.50 afTord tho protection around the arm demanded by the lacey blouses
:'-()0 Corsets $1.2.1 $2.00 Corsets $1.00 of ,ho gcag0u ImpervioU3 to all llamjine3S HgIlt but 01,aqUo. Two
""' styles 25e 50c
$6 Bags for $4.98 Excelo
A carefully chosen line of hnudsomo Hand Bags, of pin soal, goat,
alsatiaiv kid and other fashionablo black leathers. High grade Tho only castllo soap that will not sink iu water. Delicately
moire linings, carefully adjusted frames and convenient fittings perfumed. Not only perfect for tho bath and for shampooing
which. always includo a purso. Somo havo mirrors also and others lint excellent for washing silk gloves and hoslory, laces, and wool-
a watch. These are not "bargain bought" bags but are from our ens of all sorts. It is an economical soap becauso dried very solid,
own stock and reduced solely becauso wo havo too many. Thoy Put up in approved sanitary packages- wrapped in oilod paper.
are in perfect condition down to tho smallest detail. Threo bars for 10c.
THE BEE lUVE'S.Bia
Owing to the fact that Ringgold
Lodgo L. (). O.'F. is going to rebuild and
will tear down their building, now oc
cupied by Merz Bros, as their shoo de
partment, this firm is compelled clean
out their shoe stock, before July 1, as
their store is already too crowded to
admit of taking caro of tlioir 25,000
pairs of footwear. Henco the grentest
murk-down fchoo sale over sec'a In
' ee large adv. on the Slrd pago of this
Tho Junior Bridge Club after a morn
ing's meeting with Miss Aunabelle
Lewis, has adjourned until tho fall season.
Misses Agnes and Ellen Shanklin en
tertained last evoning with an olabnratn
dinner part'at their home near Mays-lick.
'Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lynch entertain
ed their nieces, the Misses Esthor nnd
Zelphn MctJlone of Atlanta, with 'i
delightful party Tuesday night.
g located -hint
THE GREAT JUNE SALES ARE
ON AT HOEPLIOH'S,
The display of. Avnsh goods lips never been equal
" led in Maysville any season and wo can please ev
ery taste nnd every purso. See the Crepos$ Voiles,
rulls, Ratines, etc, etc., at 12 l-2c, 15c; 19c and
25e worth from 17c to 45c a yard.
Laces of surpassing beauty, so cheap that you
will ho sure to buy wide laces and embroideries
that will make handsome dresses. Very much re
duced in price.
Kibboiis in endless variety for Sashes, Girdles,
etc. Our ribbons at 25o a yard ar6 wondorfully
cheap nnd pretty. .
Every new novelty can bo found 'hero just as
soon ns it is shown in New York.
Curtain (joods at 10 cents n yarda nover equal
Got our prices on. tho rug you need, largo assort
ment cut prices, exclusive patterns.
j. July ito.JKoh!fe. V i -
Miss Hok'a Adler will sing at Beech
Wood Park tonight.
Two of Maysville's lead?.ig physi
cians had a "near-fight" lu Second SL
yesterday. However, some hot words
ended another ''war in Mexico."
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Heck Damall, colored, was fined $0.GO.l
lit lnlfn. Oini-f i.ndf rtnlnv fnr ilrnnlf nn..!l
nOHs. Heck paid the flue. His wns thtJ'J
only case that occupied tho attention-'ofri
tlio court during the day.
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Problem of How to
Come in and let us fit you up in
one of our Hart Schafmer &
Marx Palm Beach Suits. The
greatest tropical stuff yet. And
while here look at our line of
Straw Hats, Shoes, XJnBerwear
and Shirts. They are great. If
you have any doubt come in and
let our merchandise convince you
J. WESLEY LEE,
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