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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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MISS RENA CLARK MARRIED IN
Miss Nona Clark, tho handsome
'daughter of Mr. Phil Clark, and sistor
of Mis Andrew January of this city was
married last Wednesday in Denver to
Charles Bliebol, a prominent bust-
Pness man in that city.
J In yesterdi
shall and M.
rday's court Charles T. Mar-
W. llolliday wero appoint-
ie'i executors of Ed Marshal, deceased.
John V llolliday and C II. Owens
wero appointed appraisers of said cs
"tnte. Mary Ruth Reeves, an inmato of the
'County Infirmary was declared insane
and will lie taken to tho Lexington
WILL WED TODAY
At Lexington at High Noon Miss Elva
D. Baldwin To Bccomo tho wiro oi
Mr. Cllilord H. Goodman of
Mr Clifford Hord Goodman, sou of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Goodman of Lowis-
burg will be united iu marnago to Miss
Elva Baldwin of near Maysville today
at high noon. The marrlago ceremony
will bo performed by tho Rev. A. L.
Wills of Lexington in his beautiful
parlors which have been made ready for
this happy occasion. The bride is th"
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.irlus
Baldwin and is known for her sweet and
unliable disposition and christian char
acter. The groom is a young man of'
sterling qualities, and is located in
Maysville, where ho has a position with
tho' L. & N. and is in overy respect a
Tho bride will wear a handsome blue
traveling suit with hat and gloves to
Tho happy couple will reside in Mays
ville, whero the groom has a coy cot
tage already furnished for his bride,
(uite a number of useful and elegant
presents hao been received
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!1, aiipt thawful?
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If you are contemplating building n home or a house for an investment, now American Longuo Baso Ball Players Oct
the time to place your onfcr. We HveU.e largest .lock of 'all kinds of build-. rover &
We contracted tins large
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DOINGS IN SQUIRE BAUER'S
is liie utile u piace your unicr, c vc mc iiki " , -
inn material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky aim nave large uun
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supply at a price very near cost of production and we are in position to give you
the advantage of this good purchase. Place your order now or let us give you , au
estimate on your requirements; joti will then leave your order with Maysville s
I'oremosi 1,11111 uer yum.
The Mason Lumber Go. '
Cor. Second and Limestone Sis. Phono 519. MAVSVILLE, KV.
New York, July '20. Drastic action,
Yesterday Squire Bauer disposed of
tho following cases:
Alf Wilson, colored, charged with let
ting stock run at largo on the public
mvullilv !i atrlkn or wnlkout ofbnso ball hiuliwavs was fined ."5 and costs.
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John IJrnst, white, charged with tne
sanio offense, was given $ and costs.
A. A. MoliAUGUrilN.
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$21 Grade with 12 Records for $15.
$28 Grade with 12 Records for $22.
Many other .styles. See show window display.
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MARRIAGES I Mr .1. 0. Rains is in Cincinnati this
'week on business.
County Clerk .1. .1. Owens Issued the'
following marriage licenses: MIm Mjrtle Crane left yesterday for
...,,,, 1 01 ,ii New Albnny, Ind., where she will isi
Ctord II. Goodman, aged 2.1, rail '
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road clerk, and Miss Elva . Baldwin, ';""..: M. .,
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aged , uuiu ui .tiiittBi"iv. ...v " -
ue married 111 i.uMng.u,. iuu.., - nr.ATir of DR. O. E. KING.
players in tho American Lengue, is con
tompl.ited by tho baso bill players' fra
ternity, according to a statement by
President Vut7, in case tho National
Commission refuses to accede to the
terms of an ultimatum sent it by tin
frntcrnity in the cas0 of Player Kraft, .
of tho Newark lnternntionals.
It was reported that tho commission
had been given until July 22 to reply
to the players' demands.
In the event of nn unfavorable or un
satisfactory reply Mr. Pult said the
'l Injurs fraternity would take "drastic
action." Mr. Tultz wits unwilling to
siy what the nature of this action would
MI3S OHALKLEY MET
HER 18th BIRTl':
Tho drowning Sunday j?
cord, of Miss Daisy Chalf
of engineer Boger Cliulkl
O,, was most pathetic
She was an accomplishcr
met death on her 18t
Her bodj was reco'Nf
says that it's a crime for a woman to grow old and lia
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CRE
will stop you from connniting a crime,
We are agents for the Model Laundry and would like foj
us your laundry.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. t"bdtr':
William T. Breee, aged 21, farmer,
Fleming County, and Miss I-ol.i So j)r 0 ) ig ,jlM Aroudny at 7 p in
w.ir.U -iL-e.! 17. of Lewis County. .Judge . tlm luime of his father Charles A
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W. II. Bice performed the ceremony. Kin if. near Mt. t'.irmel. Funeral str
'William M. Nash, aged 27, ami Miss n-os will be held at the house Wednes
Anna Wood, aged 18. Couutj .lodge ,la it 10:1(1) a in. Interment in tho
W. II Kiee oiliciated. Mt Cirmel Ceineten.
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John Deere's Self-Dump
The First Consideration Has Been Sim
plicity and Durability!
a.,i c.Je m 11 inches in diameter, and are
S reversible and interchangeable, which doubles their
5 ' C' Dump rods are of high carbon steel, H of an
inch in diameter. They have four times the durab I-
S ity of the ordinary dump rod. as they are reversible
individually, intercnanguauie aim aB... w, -... .
S SIMPLICITY B
5 We can rightfully boast that our rake has fewer
parts than any rake on the market. Simplicity of .
5 construction and proper material, systematically and
symmetrically distributed, mean much to users.
1 MIKE BROWN,
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Now is the time to do your wall papering and
painting. Come in. We can show you just what
you need. N 0 have a lull lino ol Null fapcrs,
Paints, Enamels, Etc. See our line before buying. B
P.RANF & SHAFER S
5 PHONE 452. COX BUILDING. S
D. HBCHINGBK &
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
A GENEROUS HELP ALL IK
The glorious rains this country was favored with during the pist week
life not only in the growth oF everything in the soil, but also into Maysv lie .
ness. Doubtless every merchant in our city, as well as ourselves, has bet;
decided improvement in trade. Aside from -he favorable weather conditior
price reductions on alt of our Spring Suits is a great facior to move them.'
fresh supply of Palm Beach Suits, these will b- the last of the season-pecj
our $7.50 Palm Beaches are the best values in the State.
Ramembnr tho 29th. is Autn Day. Pay accounts anil qnt tickets. fr
3D- HBOPiI3SrCElR. &,
Mr anil Mrs. Charles CVKear of I.cb Mr ami Mrs. .1. E Huff hae for their
tiiiun, I ml , who h:to been here the house part this week, Dr. ami Mrs. U.
t-itestH of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Owens. Willmm Miiekie, of New York City.
liio gone on a motor trip to Mt. Sterl- Mr iiml Mrs. I'rnnklln .l.ieksnn, ot in
m.r iin.i other Hlue (Jra., eities. Their ! Chester, I ml., Mr. H. S. Huff, of Win
ilnuhter, Mrs. (I
Wooil Owens, .leeoiti-
ehester, 1ml., and Mrs.
.1. J. Appcl of
tlie guest off
of K.ist So.'
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Mis T.ena Wheeler of rornjtlu, Oa., 1"
is the guest of her eoiisin, Miss Amu jH
Belle Wheeler in Forest uwiiiie. ' .h Sj
Miss Paulino I'ollitt after a w eek V I 4t j
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viKit with her aunt, mva, . i.iua i
OX tho Methodist Episcopal Church,
South to bo Located at Atlanta.
(1'roin Atlanta .yqnriml)
AtLinta wins the gieat aoutheaatorn
university of tho Mothodist Episeojiai
Ghureli, South, tbo companion of the
', institution which has been located al
t ready at Dalian, Texas.
T Aiiiionneements of tho victory was
made at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morn
ing from tho educational commis
sion's meeting i tho l'iedmont Hotel.
Shortly after tho announcement,
I An O. Cnndlor nave out a typewritten
statement verifying tho report that he
will give $1,000,000 outright to tbo new
i Mr. Candler's statement was n ear
bon copy of a lotter addressed Thlirs
day by him to his brother, Bishop
Candlor, chairman of tho commission.
("Impelled by a deep sense of duty
to nod and nn earnest desire to do
good to my fellow men, I mako to yoJ
as chairman, the communication which
follows," was tho first paragraph,
1 "To this end, so far as education can
I accomplish It, I offer to tho educational
5 emninlssion. of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, charged by tho general
conference with the duty of establish-
I iug an institution of university grade
I east of the Mississippi Hiver, the sum
of one million ($1,000,000) dollars ror
tho endowment of such an institution."
-Mr. Candler 'a letter oxpressod fully
tho spirit which impelled him to make
tho generous gift.
It is planned as a $5,000,000 Insti
tutlon. Its work will stnrt this fall,
with equipment already available fo
tho theological department.
This and the. Dallas university will
hao tho support of the wholo southern
Methodist Church. Tho church has re
linquished any further claim upon Aran
derbilt University, and will turn its nt
tention entirely to these.
WALKER BUYS OIQAR STORE.
Yesterday tho Equitable Trust Com
jiany of Dover, assignee of tho Power
4 Daulton Cigar Co., of this city, sold
all the stock of. that company to .John
D. Walker, n welbknown tobacco man
of this city. Mr. Walker will continue
Mr and Mrs. Keith Adamson, tho
"newly weds" of Philadelphia arrived
yesterday ami nro now guests of his
grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Keith of West
Front street. Keith Is 11 popular Mays-
illo boy and he and his handsome brido
will bo given a hearty welcome home
by Mnysvillo society.
Mts, Thomas A. Keith will give a re
rcption Wednesday afternoon in honor
of tho brldo and groom, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Bessie Wells will ontortah
Wednesday afternoon, In honor of hor
sister, Miss Alice Wolls of Portland,
Oro., Miss Ellen Shnnklla of Mayslick,
and Mrs. Enoch Powell of Ft. Thomas.
Hiple, returned home yesterday.
(Mr. Bod K. Muso and fnuiil yleave
today for Huggles Campground. Mr.
Muse will hao charge of the music.
Mrs. McQuilkin and daughter, Miss
Trances, of Toledo, Ohio, are visiting
Mrs. Fanny McDaniel on Sutton street.
Mrs. A. P. Curran is at Doer spend
ing seeral dajs with her cousin, Mrs.
Dr. P. M. Smith, who remains quite ill.
Cashier .1. Elgin Anderson nnd Pros
ident .1. P. Ilolton of tho Dover Bank,
nnd Fred Brown canio up yesterday nn
'Mrs. William Wilhoit. and son, Fred
erieky of Ashland, aro guests of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. IT. Frsderick of
!Mrs. Mary Perry of Cincinnati re
turned homo after a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Clemmie Throckmorton of tho St.
Mr. Earl Hastings of Lexington was
tho guest the past week of Dr. Arthur C
Adler, the genial pharmacist at tho Wil
liams drug store.
Misses Eunice and Dorothy Knox,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. It. Q. Knox,
leave- today for a visit to their graud-
mother at tyew Liberty, Ivy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huff went to Cln
cinnati Sunday to attend a family ro
union at tho homo of Mrs. John J. Ap
pel. Tho entire family was prescut.
Miss Jane Drciinnn accompanied Mr
and Mrs. J. D. Muso nnd daughter, Miss
3ulia, who loft yesterday for Lake
Chautauqua, New York, for a month '1
Mr. Barbour Fior ami wife, of Ports
mouth, Ohio, returned homo yesterday
mornliiL' after spending a fow days Here
with the family of his father, Policeiuaii
Wall paper, ruga and paint at HEN-DRIOKSON'S.
Take a Price Fall to
A dozen (lifleivnt stylos, all the prettiest of
llio season in the sheerest white voile smartly de
signed and trimmed. Size .'Jt only, hut as this manufacturer's-
blouses are generously cut some of the
models will no doubt fit '16 measurements.
Pretty Silk Finished 50c Tissues
Designs, weaves, colors are so varied and at
tractive, I he collection is really remarkable for a
town this size. Ue sure to see it.
Ten Dollar Dav in
If you saw a suit or dress in our
day marked $25 and greatly admired
iug in the store today find the sell
dress marked $10 wouldn't yon
lucky and want to avail of such i
is precisely what you can do for
of any $25 suit or dress in stock f(
At these prices nothing chai
i8E2 TTJSTT'S '
Miss Carroll Matthews, of Maysville,
and Miss Blackburn, of Lexington, are
the goests of Miss Martin Fisliback.
Miss Lula Dcrsch of Maysville, is
the pleasant guest of Miss Mary human
at "Oakhurst." Winchester Hun.
Mrs Ernst Truitt of Oarrison, Ky.,
was visiting iu this city yesterday.
Miss Anna Dieterich left this morning
for an extended visit I" tho North of
Miss Anna King is enjoying her a Mrs.
cation at Uuir-'les Campground. was visil
Miss Nellie Payno of Aberdeen is tho . Attorl
miimi nf Imr nunt. Mrs. R. L. Simons was m
in Forest avonue. Clerk
Can You Keep a
A RARE BARGAIN,
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Tormar Mayavillo Man Fell To Ills
Death at Kipley.
Hiploy, Ohio, July 19. Tobin Wat
kins, Superintendent of Bcpairs of the
Ohio Jtlver and Columbus Hailroad, waa
kilToa tqday by lalllng off a trcstjo in
trvintr to avoid a train. Watkins wn
Of course you can and so can we, so y
going ro ten you iuuay ui inc ucnginiui ouiiio
CLEAN SWEEP S
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