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I C team Frappe
Can be used on Bella
Sells for lOc, Order
or fruits ot any kind,
DINGER BROS., SfO
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
A carpet Knight was ho
Heforo lie wed;
lie is a door, mat now,
So it Is said.
Cool and delightful weather.
A host of bargains in tho Silk Section.
$1.00 Silks 50e. Pretty GOc materials
fiegiiiiiing on Oct. 1, 1100 churches
hi 400 cities in the United States will
bo supplied with a weekly five-film mov
ing picture service.
Mrs. William Crawford and daughter,
Miss Adaline, left Tuesday for Mays
villo and the latter will go thence to
Manchester, Ohio, to visit her brother.
.lohn 13 Chenault, of Maysville, was
hero Monday and Tuesday. James
January is here from Maysville to
visit relatives. Flemiiigsburg Times-Democrat.
Too many of them
B Must be turned into Money at
B Here's a chance to get a buggy 5
B at your own price.
I MIKE BROWN, l
S THF 3
8 SQUARE DFAL MAN. S
HAMMER AND TONGS
Wets File Petition to Take Vote
in Three Wards Drys Also
Active and the War is On
Tho written application of J. W.
Fitzgerald, et nl., petitioners, pray that
an election be ordeied to take the senso
of tho legal voters of the City of Mays
illo as to whether or not the sale of
intoxicating liquors shall be prohibited
within tjbo City of Maysville, together
with deposit for cot of said election
was produced and ordered illed. Sim
ilar petitions wero filed for the Fourth
Ward by W. J. Kirwin, et nl.; for tho
Third Ward by John Brisbois, ot al,;
and for tho Second Ward by A. C. Sul
ser, et al.
Yesterday morning the General Com
mitteo of the Mason County Anti-Saloon
League met at tho First M. E. Church
South in this city.
The chairman, W. W. Ball, made a re
jiort and from thnt report it nppcaia
tho movement for a local option vote in
Mason county is in excellent shape.
Neither enthusiasm nor money are
wanting for the success of tho work.
Tho following committee, Thos. Dixon,
Walter Worthingtou and Scott Fletcher,
with tho chairman, W. W. Ball, wore au
thorized to secure legal counsel to look
after tho Intorcsts of tho league. All
Precincts id tho county oxcopt two,
It is understood that tho sum of
$1,000 has been subscribed to aid the
You will find HERE more nice things
and wholesome than anywhere,
If you are Koing to take an Outing, we
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Handsome Seamless Velvet Hugs only
$15. liuoin size. Splendid pattern as
Mrs. Nancy Jane Chllders, wife of
Hiiv. W. II. Childors, died at her home
in Covington on Wednesday night, July
L'L', of tho ailments of nge. l.ev. Chibl
ers is a former pastor of Trinity M. K
Church, this city, and lived hero with
his family for several years at one time
'lhe remains were intorred at lticliniond
MEETING OF FIKST DISTRICT
P. T. A.
Tliero will bo n call meeting The
First District Parent-Teacher Associa
tion at tho residence of Mrs. (leorge
Harbour on Wnll street Saturday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
MERRY PARTY AT BROOK'S BAR.
Misses May and Irene Mackey, C'lari
bel Kdmonds of Covington, Ann Cough
1 i ii and I-ucy Drossel, composed a merry
party to Hrook'i Bar Thursday. They
were chaperoned by Mrs. John T. Mack
ey and Mrs. Xeal Hiibb.ird and enjoyed
a ride on the big dredging boat, "Sea
Today is tho last of July.
Mr. Ed Schwartz has purchased a
handsomo five-passenger Ford auto
mobile. All our handsome $25 Suits and Sill;
Dresses now 10. Unsurpassed bargnins.
Frank Vines, tho plumber has moved
his place of business from Second streoi
to 111 East Third street.
Mr. William N. Rudy left yesterday
afternoon for his home in Now Albany,
Ind., after spending a few days here
with his sister, rs. Margaret Child,
and other relatives.
Mrs. A. L. Quartermaiii, who has been
the guest of Mrs. .lames B. Wood jinc'
Mrs. 'Ben Poyntz for the pnst month
left this morning for her homo in 'Nash
ville, Tonn. Her daughter Miss Lueil'e
will remain for a few weeks longer.
Mr. Nelson T. Bratton, tho popular
night clerk at tho 1'ostollico has been
transferred to day work. Ho assumed
his new duties yesterday.
WHERE YOU WILL VOTE
First Wnrd (lablo's Coal office.
Second Ward National Poolroom,
Second and Sutton streets.
Third Ward HusseH's Warehouse,
East Third street.
Fourth Ward Thos, Brannon's otllce.
Fifth Wnrd Squire Dres3el's olllco.
Sixth Ward Dodson 'i building, near
old flro hull.
to make your Picnic Lunch appetizing
lll be glad to have ypu clK
('lvV' GEISEL& CONRAD
Ilcv. H. K. Moss, formerly pastor of
tho Maysville Christian Church has ac
cepted tho call to tho pastorate of tho
Church nt Crawfordsville, Ind.
BELGRADE FALLS INTO
London, England, July 31. "Tho
Austrians crossed the Danubo thirty
n;iles to the east of Belgrade and tho
Savo ten miles to the south. Belgrade
has been captured and is now occupied
hy Austrian troops and the force which
invaded Sorvia at Semeinbria is ad
vancing along the coast which leads
ultimately to Nish.
"Tho occupation of Belgrade was car
ried out without serious difficulty."
Today will decide whether or not tho
big European powers will he involved in
tho greatest war ever fought.
Of Kentucky Trap Shooters
Closes Yesterday Last Day
of the Target Shoot a
. Houston Hall Wins State
The last day of the Kentucky State
Target Tournament was held yesterday,
under the same ideal weather condition
is existed on Wednesday and the fifty
shooter who contested all took care
of tho opportunity to improve their
Mr. Woolfolk Henderson, of Lexing
ton, Ky., won the Interstate Associa
tions Championship with the score of
07 out of 100 targets. Mr. Thomas II.
Cla, dr., second with !Ui and Mr. Al
fred Clay third with 1)5.
Mr. W. Houston Hall, of this city,
again placed himself in the limelight
by winning the Kentucky State Champ
iiiiiship and carrying otf the beautiful
$1''5.00 cup which goes with this event.
Mr. nail's scoro was 00 out of the 100
targets which constitutes this classy
iMr. S. A. Huntley, was the high ama
teur for the whole program on the two
das shooting, breaking 1173 targets out
of 400, closely following for second
place, came W. Houston Hall and
Woolfolk Henderson, with 371 out of
400. Mr. .1. H. Taylor of the Winches
tor Hepeating Arms Co. was the leading
professional with the splendid score of
3S1I out of 400.
Winners of Merchandise Prizes.
Event L One- Oillette Safety Haor.
Donated by Oillette Safety Razor Co.
New York City; J. A. Simpson.
Event 'J. One ley-Hot Carafe. Do
nated by .1. C. Pecor & Co., Maysville;
W. O. C recti.
Event 3. One gallon "Old Time"
whisky. Donated by II. E. Poguo Dis
tillery Co., Maysville; J. F. Couts.
Event 1. Ono Cent's Traveling Bag
Donated by D. Ileehinger & Co., Mays
ille; H. .1. Robertson.
I'!ent 5. One Pair Amber Shooting
(liases. Donated by .1. A. Simpson,
Maysvillo; Z. C. (Mutt.
Event 0. Ono Chilton "Golden Age"
whisky. Donated by Poyntz Bros.,
Distillers, Maysville; U. K. Dodge.
Event 8. One Bnrrel Flour. Donat
ed by .NL O. Russell Co.; Maysville; 11.
Event 0. Ono Doon Pair Silk Socks.
Donated by Central Hotel Co., Mays
ville. Divided botween Pouts Martin
and .Harry Strotbor.
Event 10. Ono Sole Leather Cltin
Case. Donated by Powell & Clemer.t,
Cincinnati; J. II. ochreck.
Second Day Oue Case "Green River
Whisky." Donated by Oreen River
Distilling Co- Owensboro; Wolfolk Hen
derson. Following are tho winners in tho mer
chandise prizo event j :
Twenty-flvo thousand targets weie
trapped during the tournament and over
J 1, 000 in prizes given away.
Tho ladies woro tliero in largo num
ber and wero tho biggest attraction at
Mr. J. M. Cochran had chargo of tho
olllco and ho certainly docs know how.
Tho trnpa worked lino and with n
couple of minor break downs handled
tho 25,000 targets perfectly.
Tho way tho boys went nfter tho din
n ers that Mr. Charles Rocmiller served
certainly showed that Charles knows
how to fix good cats,
Mr, Hnrry Myors of Covington, was
the wit of tho shoot. You can always
depoiM on Hnrry to say something
funny at nil times.
Tho Mason County Gun Club desires
to thank all thoso who so generously
contributed to the merchandise Events
and they want to say that thoso prizes
. ft fftctQ tQward ,
;ccm oI'thoiTournaraeni. ; M ,
And "Education" Ably Discussed
at NT. Olivet By Mrs. Hub
bard and Miss Yancey
Mrs. Abner Hord, Mrs. Murray Hub
bard and Miss Jessie O. lancey motored
to Mt. Olivet Wednesday the L'Oth. The
occasion being an nddress on Woinnns
Suffrage by Mrs. Hubbard before th.
Robertson County Teachers' Insttute
now in session there. The party was
met by County School Superintendent
Mr. Cleveland Moore, Prof. T. C.
Cherry of Howling vireen, u noted edu
cat or of the Stato and a committee o
Indies who extended a courteous we I
Miss Yancey was introduced by Prof.
Cherry, who spoke of the very emcien
service she had rendered, not only to
Mason county but the State, and said
Dr. McCormick said, "She had done
more for Kentucky than any four of her
Miss Yancey spoke of course alotij
educational lines. She spoke of "Com
munity Building " and urged the ot
ganization of neighborhood clubs. The
importance of health leagues was im
pressed. She told of what Mason Colin
ty had done in establishing Consolidated
Schools and what she hoped to do, an I
showed that Mason County had cause
to be proud of her schools as well n
Her talk though brief was full of
helpful encouragement to our neigh
bors of Robertson county.
At tho conclusion of Miss Yancey
talk, Mrs. Murray Hubbard of Ooing
ton, Stato Congressional chairman, w:u
introduced by Mr. Cleveland Moore
superintendent of Robertson Count
Mrs. Hubbard spoke, 15 minutes to !
large, attentive and appreciative auli
She handled her subject in an original
forceful and convincing way; her man
iter is earnest and womanly and the
effect iveuess of her argument was ev
deuced by the fact that 73 cards woro
signed endorsing woman's suffrage.
A? this was the first sull'iage speech
ever made in Robertson county it may
bo regarded as uniisuallv successful.
Enough tor sceral doon uniueii. White and colored liueiio
Cortei-t bhapi's ami handles, prcttv colors and on many of the
whit parasols 3011 'I! flinl attractive embroidery.
White and entered i-ilkette and linoiio are repriced 7."e parasol
.11V. $1 00 parasols T.'c. $.'2r parasols 7.1c. $1.50 parasols i 1 .00
fl-'.SO parasols $150. OIIILMIBX'S 23c parasols 15c. 75c para
fids 50c. 50e parasols ,'15c. $1.00 parasols 75c.
WOMEN'S $25 SUITS AND
DRESSES NOW $10
No uncertain quality in these dresses nnd suits and no secrel
about why thev are m much reduced in price. We simply mils
inako room for the merchandise wo will begin to buy in New Yorl
Do you need a Suit for early Kail? Wo 're sure you'll think
you dr when you see these handsome ones at les than half-price.
Would you like a silk dress for the cool evenings wo'll sooi
welcome? One glance at these handsomo dresses for $10 will con
iitce you of their f25 quality
i Double Stamps
It's the last day to get a parlor broom with an $8 purchase. The same big bargains ad
vertiPed laflt Saturday will be on sale. HERE IS A FEW OF 'EM
Culk'-oes i l-2c yard.
.Bleach Cotton, 7c yard.
Muslin $2.00 AVhitc Skirts, $1.00.
Muslin 7fc Drawers, -inc.
Shirt AYaists, 49c and 98c.
Bungalow Aprons, U5c.
Six Spools O. N. T., 25c.
Matting Suit Cases, 98c.
Matting Hugs, 25c.
Velvel Rugs, 98c.
Mtttlmg, 19o yavd.
Alarm Clocks, G9c.
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Wall paper, rugs and paint at .HEN-DRICKSON'S.
Tho Bracken County Teachers' Instl
tuto will meet in Augusta next week.
Tho program will open Monday morning
and about sixty teachers will be present
from all parts of tho county.
MRS. MICHAEL M. KENNEY
Good Woman Called to Her Howard
Wednesday Evening at tho Homo
of Her Daughter, Mrs. Agues
McNeills III Nowport.
Mrs. Margaret Kenny, aged 75 yeais,
died Wednesday night in Newport, Ky.,
at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Agnes 'McNeilis, on Putnam street.
She is well known in this city, hav
ing lived hero for many years at tho
old homestead on East Forest avenue,
just above Broadway.
Her husb.ind, Mr. Michael Kenny em
ployed as C. and O. gate-keeper in the
East End, one daughter, Mrs. Agnes
McNeilis of Newport and two sons,
doe of Converse, Ind., mid Edward of
Columbus, Ohio, survive ner.
The renin ins will arrive here today at
1:30 p. m. and will be taken direct to the
homo of her niece, Mrs. D. M. Curry in
East Second street.
The funeral services will take place
Satuiday morning at 1) o'clock at St.
Patrick's Church with tho pastor, Rev.
Father Jones and Assistant Rev. Father
O'Divyro in charj. Bujrial in tho
Washington Catholic Cemetery.
D. HECHIITCEB & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
In present'Dg Mr. Henry Dietricb, one of Maysville's most esteemed
Citizens, with the Automobile we have but one regret and that is,
that we were not financially able to have given away a hundred cars.
Already we are ahkt-d, "what are you going to give away next
year?" You may rest assured our Senior will again gratify the pub
lic There will be at least ton valuable presents. Tne list will be pub
lished in the near fuhur. All casb purcnases beginning Aug. lt, 1914,
will be entitled to tickets on tne presents with which we are going to
comp'imnt our Pntronp.
ID. tiEJOFJUNTG.EJR. &, CO.
mmum MMBMfm na "M.
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
Ifyou arc contemplating building a home or n house for an investment, now
s the time to place your order. We have the largest stock of all kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted this large
supply at o price very near cost of production and we are in position to give you
the advantage of this Hood nurcliase. Plnce vour nnW nnw nr 1it n clvr. vnn" nn
csiiiiituc on your requirements you will
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l-oreiiiost Lumber Yard.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519.
A. A, McLaughlin. L. N
CONTRACT OFF NOW.
Hoy's Orade $12.50 to $17.60.
Standard size striped. Price $15.00.
Standard size 20, $110 complete.
Front wheelb $2.'2l.
Inner tubes 0fic up.
Lamps, bells and tires.
s J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
says that it's a crime for a woman to grow old and haggard looking.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM
will stop you from computing a crime. Nuff Sed.
We are agents for the Model Laundry and would like for you to give
us your laundry.
M. F WILLIAMS & TO. TIIETSossfET
1ATFP nrfcMI ftfJAMIPrM
VUIE5 TKUlYi HUM CIV
for acatiouistq and sta. at homes, too. Wears splendidly anc
iiist needs shaUirg out after it lias been washed. Night gowns $1
Diawers 30c. Combinations, $1.25.
A SILK DISPERSAL
Three special i roups receive mention todav. Plain and
jronui I'lmjieiM reduced from $ to
Costumo silks i educed from 85c
navy or tan ground, with white dots.
black only, now 75c yard.
Changeable taffetas, one yard
price a!e yard lusted of $1.2.).
KiJliUUJtJU UUULIb A1UI HUT
SENT ON APPROVAL.
Wi mwh i
Poplins, 10c yard.
Suits at 1-2 price.
Middy Blouses, 35c.
Bathing Suits, $1.98.
Bathing Caps, GOc.
40c Flowered Voiles, 25c yard.
Clmllies, 15c yard.
Men's and Women's Oxfords, $1,00. I
Cotton Tape, lc.
Ilair Pins, So.
hen leave your order with Maysville's
30c yard in tant duck tf
to 59c yard in brown, reseA
The $1.23 quality, navy at
wide, cool, light colors, re-N
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