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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Oh, Scissors I
''I spoko before tlio suffragettes,"
Said Oscar James Do Leech,
."Ami, oh, I felt so girlish, for
Jt was my maiden siicechl"
Many pretty models in 25c Corsot
Coveis Jlc Sizo 111. Hunt's.
When S'.reot Car Jumped lhe
Track Late Yesterday After
noon in East Second Street
Mrs. Addie Hill and Mr. A. L Merz
Badly Hurt But Will Recover
Yesterday afternoon about 5:4j
o'clock a very serious accident happen
ed to car Xo. U7, of the Maysvillo Street
Rnilway Co., in chnrgo of motorman
Henry I'. Otto. Just after the car had
orosed Uniou street going east, it N
hitpposed to have struck a stone on the
track, which caused it to jump the
track and turn square around, north and
goiitli, and run across the pavement
on the north side of Second street.
Mrs. Gordon dllmoro is visiting Miss
lila Foster at tlie Colonial Flats in Cov
ington. Mrs. John Brisbois and daughters re
turned from ii visit with relatives' at
Mr. Stephen I). Hunter, of Hunting
ton, W. Vn., is hero visiting his mother,
Mrs. Ueorgo T. Hunter.
(Miss Mablo Ford, who has been Hie
charming guest of Miss Katio Mae S.tni
uions, leaves today for Michigan.
Miss Irono Frederick of this city and
Miss Alberta Kubel of the county nre
visiting friends in Dayton, Ohio.
Mr. Charles E. Fitxgerald and son,
Robert, nnd daughter, Kiln Mae, have
returned to their homo In St. Louis.
Miss Elizabeth Graham Barbour will
ietum to her home in this city today,
having spent several mouths in Atlanta,
Miss Mary Gilmoro will return to her
homq in Richmond, Vn., today after a
delightful visit with Miss Ulaueho
Mrs. W. F. Thomas and won, Fred, of
Maysvillo, aro visiting at the homo of
Mrs. T. V. Nichols, on Haird avenue
'Mrs. Katie Carpenter and daughter.
A Great European
Seems Irevi able
Mr. A. I j. Mor nnd Mrs. Addie Hill, Lucy, of Covington, passed through the
city yesterday en route to Hentonville
to visit Mrs. Thomas.
who were among the passengeis, were
thrown from iheii seats to the ground
with considerable force. Dr. w'oodsnn
II. Taulbeo was almost immediately oi
the scene and rendered first aid to .ur
Merz and Mrs. Hill.
In a short time Mr. Mer, whoso in
jury is in his back, rallied sullieiently
to bo pi iced on a car and was taken to
his home. f
Mrs. Hill, whose injuries are n broken
right arm and a buiised body and faco
was placed in Coughlin ambulance
and taken to her home at 'Squire Dres
'sel's. Mr. Sherman rn and Mr. Jas.
H. Hall picked Mrs. Hill up. Slio was
lifeless for a whilo.
In a few hours Snpt. Ilollidny had the
car back on the track. Trame was not
There wore about five passengers on
tlio car bosides Mr. Merz and Mrs. Hill,
among them being Mr. Sherman Am,
Mr. Jas. II. Hall, Mr. Fred Am, Jr., Mr.
William Martin and ono other.
The accident was unavoidable and
tlio car was not speeding.
Tlio last reports from Mr. Merz and
Mrs. Hill were that they woro resting seneo Miss Margaret Downey
well this morning. her position.
Misses Callie ami Flora Noll nnd
Miss Mayme Trapp, of Ripley, Ohio.
aio guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Diener of Maiket stieet.
Miss Virginin Kemper returned to hoi
home in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, yes
terday after a very delightful stay with
Miss Frances Divo'n Hall.
Mrs. Jack Hawthorne and daughter
of Cincinnati aro spending a few days
with her mother, Airs. Anna Scliat-
maun of West Second street.
Prof. W. J. Caplinger, Superintend
ent of the Maysvillo Public Schools,
will leavo today for a visit of a few
days to his, former home, Lagrange, ami
will also visit Louisville
Miss Ircno Frederick, bookkeeper at
tlio Mason Lumber Company, is enjoy
ing a well e:triied vnentiou with rela
tives at D.iyton, Ohio. During her nb-
I 7jJJIfa??Mfif Mf' 'V!V "I AH" ""T"" '"W P7ff'p- II
S Too many of them a
S Must be turned into Money at
B Here's a chance to get a buggy g
m at your own price. g
SQUARE DEAL MAN, g
Messrs. Ben Poyntz of this city and
Duko Wutson of Mayallck left yestor.
day for St. Louis,
All our handsomo $25 Suits nnd Silk
Drosses now .$10. Uimurpassod bargains,
You will find 1IERK more uice things to make your Picnic Lunch appetizing
, and wholesome than anywhere. ,,-;, . -t
sjf r yott'ttrc gotng W jajte on. uuuugw vm,,ue &-ui 9 nave ypiKcau. . )f
Russia and Austria Are Nogot
London, England, July 31. There nre
only two factors tonight giving the
faintest hope of averting n genera
First Russia and Austria aro engag
ed again in direct negotiations.
Second Both Oreat Uritain and
Prance nre using their utmost endeav
ors in favor of peace.
1 On the other hand, Russia has or
dered a general mobilization and nor
mally has declared a state of siege,
which is undoubtedly a preludo to war
if it doys not cover mobilization.
Ycstorday afternoon about .'1 o'clock
nn auto truck going cast sworved in the,
wrong direction' nnd struck "nn auto
coming west at Donovan's comer, dam
aging tlio auto. In some manner l)i.
Clnypoolo's buggy got in the iiilxup and
had ono of tho front wheels torn oft'.
Luckily no ono was hurt.
London, July 31. A dispatch from
Berlin to Reuters Telegram . Company
says that a state of war has been pro
claimed in Germany.
MRS. NANNIE T. ABBOTT
Young WIfo and Former Maysvillo Girl
Is Galled By Death After a Fow
Horlin, July 31. A deerco proclaim
ing martial law and tho prohibition ot
publication of nous of tho movements of
German troops and war material was is
sued today. Tho proclamation announc
ed military measures on tho frontiers,
armed protection of tho railroads and
tho restriction of telegraphic, postal
and railroad services, except for mili
Russians Blow Up Bridge
Loudon. July 31. A central news
dispatch from Horlin says tlio Russian ' (pst of Uj lu,ws
troops today blew up the froutior rail- ner for 10r
road bridges of tho Warsaw-Vienna .j,.!, j,.,.,,.;,,
"Stato of War" is Explained.
London, July 31. Tho "state of
war" proclaimed in Germany moans, in
other words, martial law under Which
Death loves a shining innrk.
Tho illness of Mrs. Nannie Thompson
Abbott at Marietta, Ga., noted In Tho
Ledger of Thursday nnd Friday termin
ated in her sudden death Friday even
ing at 0 o'clock.
'Mr. and 'Mrs. A. II. Thompson
wcro with their daughter when tho end
eamo and tho sad event was heart
breaking to them as she was ill only
Last night Mr. T. .1. Bacon received
tho following telegram from Mr. Thump
.sou at Mniictta:
"Nannie died at 0 o'clock. Will
nrrive at Mavsville .SiL'.'i Saturday
evening. Funeral Monday at 2
p. in. from lesidence."
Deceased was the oldest daughter of
'Mr. nnd Mrs. Allio II. Thompson and
was only last year married to Dr. A. 1
Abott of tho Gin-ernineiit service, now
located nt Marietta, Ga. One sistei,
Miss Susie Thompson also survives.
She wns 24 years old last April and
was married to Dr. Albert"!'. Abbott on
October ., 1913.
The sudden death of this lovable and
amiable voting woman comes as the sad
Every one esteemed
many traits ot character
ppcalcd to all Mho love a siiiinv
and hopeful nature.
She was a devoted member of tho
Masit, Christian Church.
Tho remains will reach hero tonight
at S:2il over the L. & N7 and will bo
fnL'.lll fk till. at fl.ltsilll ILil.llllt'd llllt.1.. I..
t. Ml....... ni..l.n. I !.., .nl'.. j.l. tl.ir.l 't
, . .. . . ... ?, East Third street, where sho was re
mo siuiuiiuii iu cuuiuiiuii, mm a air
graph OS of tho constitution of the Gei
man ompiro. Tho kingdom of Bavaria,
however, is oxcludcd from the opera-
i.1 ... - .....1 I. l ! 1 ...!ll
UOU OI louajr 3 pruciaiiiiiiiuu, iiiiu nuii , .,
, , ill I '
have to issue a similnr decree if it ile-l.., . . ,.
sires to do so, as it is an independent
kingdom. Today's proclamation was
signed by the German ompeior as king
German Export War'Moasuro.
Berlin, July 31. Tho German Federal
council today issued a decreo prohibit
ing exports of grain, flour, foodstuffs,
meats, animal products, automobile
trucks, motorcycles, petroleum, coal tar
and coal oil. This goes Into effect im
mediately. Tho step taken by tho Fed
eral couucil, whoso members represent
the rulers of tho Federated States, com
posing tho German empire, was said to
l:ao been necessitated by the heavy
exports of thepast few days reported by
tho chambers of commerce. It was
scmi-onicinlly announced that tho mat
ters dealt with by tho Fedoral conn
cil woro of "secondary importance."
No Hopo of Averting War
London, July 31. Oflicial niiuouiico
uulnt of tho resumption of the "con
versations" at St. Petersburg and
Vienna came today at a moment when
pessimism hnd taken possession of all
Ihiropo. Tho hopo that It might lend to
a peaceable solution was grasped with
desperation, but tho news was offset
later by tho proclamation of martial
law iu Germnny, which was regarded
as a preliminary to tho mobilization of
tho Gorman forces for war. Every
body then seemed to settle down to
await tho news that tho great European
powers had decided to ongago In a
strugglo for supremncy. Thoro was
nothing to glvo tho public hopo that a
general war might bo averted.
The stock oxchango iu London and
tho big provincial cities as well an
those on tho continent woro closed ow
ing tQ tho broakdowu of tho credit sys
tem, which wns mndo comploto by tlio
postponement of tho Paris settlement.
This, it was pointed out, fould ncces
This, it wns pointed out, would neces
somo fifty members of tho London stock
cently tho cheery and laughing guest o
her parents and sister.
Funeral ser ices Monday afternoon nt
2 o'clock from the homo, with her
. F. StnJil of tho Ma.w
villo Christian Church in charge.
'Burial in tlio Mnys illo Cemetery.
Tho dove shooting season opons today.
A host of bargains in tho Silk Section.
$1.00 Silks fi()c. Pretty COc mntorials
MASON COUNTY COURT
Yesterdny iu Mason County Court Mr.
I'M ward Cooper was appointed guardian
of Stephen E. Cooper, with Georgo L,
Gault as surety on bond.
SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETING
The Board of Health nnd Griovance
Committee hold a special meeting last
night and took up tho case of the E. L.
Manchester Produce Company. They
recommended a thorough renovation and
clean-up of tho plant to meet tho re
quirements of tho committees.
MRS. KATE HICKEY
Passed Away This Morning aj;
Homo Near Maysllck.
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you nre contemplating building a home or a house for nn investment, now,
is the time to place your order. We hnve the largest stock of all kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con
tracts witn tlie timber men lor still greater supply. We contracted this large
you" an ,
supply at a price very near cost of production and we are In position to gi
tlie advantage of this Kood purchase. Place your order now or let us irive? i
estimnte on your requirements; you will then leave your order with Maysville's
Foremost Lumber Yard. '
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Socond and Limestono Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVILLE, HY,
A. A. McLaughlin.
L. N. Bkhan.
CONTRACT OFF NOW. 5
Boy's Grade ?12.G0 to .$17.50. 3 ,
Standard size striped. Price $ir,.00. . 2
btandard size z, till) complete. m
Front wheels $2.26.
Inner tubes (Ific up.
Lamps, bells and tires.
g J. T. KACKLEY & CO. 1
iMrs. Kato Ilickey passed away about
.') o'clock this morning at her home near j
Maj slick after a long and patient ill-1
ness from a complication of diseases.
Sho was iu her 71th year and is survived
by threo daughters, Mrs. P. Comer, Mrs. I
On ill Tucker, Mrs. M. Slattery and
ono son, William Ilickey, all of tho
county and 12 grandchildren.
Funornl Monday morning nt 0 o'clock
at St. Boso of Lima Church in Mays
says that it's a crime for a woman to grow old and haggard looking.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM
will stop you from conimitiiig a crime. Nuff Sed.
We are agents for the Model Laundry and would like for you to give
us your laundry.
M. F WILLIAMS & CO. S,r
D. HECHINCEB & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
We aro promised more hot weather during this month. We are again fully up
p'ied with the genuine Pulm B'nch riuua, among them some very handsomo dark pencil
striped pattQrns. Thoy re cp'omlid garments to wear to the on coming fair?; comtor -able,
eool aud dust proof Bolter provide yourself while wo have all sizes.
Sweeping piice reductions in all light and medium weight woolen aud worsted sui's,
including the best $10 b'uo Merge suit ever ottered in Maysvillo.
Daily arrivals of Fall Clothing. Youngsters who will soon go back to school and
co'leirH i'l find it profittbln to l k it "tir new Fall Suit
nasansra-Eii &, co.
THAT WILL WIN
, VOTES FROM WOMEN
French Deputy Assassinated.
Paris, Prance, July 31. Jean Loon
Jaures, tho noted Socialist donuty, was
assassinated tonight whilo dining in n
small restaurant near tho Bourse. The
assassin was arrcstod, but refused to
discloso his identity. Later ho was
identified as Knoul Villain, SO years old,
and said to bo tho sou of a clork of tho
itjvll court at IMiolms.
Wall paper, rugs and paint at IIEN-OIUOKSON'B.
Enough for st'eral dozen women. White and colored lineno jf T Bj) VJ T T f i j I) 117 171 ffl
Correct shapes and handles, pretty colors and on ninny ot the HljJi Hi t J 1 1 II I 'J V VI A H
whitM parasols you'll find attiactivo embroidery.
White mid colored bilketto and lineno aro repriced 75c parasols for vacationists and stay-at-homes, too. Wears splendidly anc
50c. $1.00 parasols 75c. $1.J5 parasols 75c. $1.50 parasols $1.00 lust "eo,1s shaking out after it has been washed. Night gowns $1
$2.50 parasols $1 50. OIIILDKEN'S 25c parasols 15c. 75c para 1-23. 1-50
rols 50c. 50c piiiasols Me. iMtllO parasols 75c. Drawers 50c. Combinations, $1.2.').
' women's $2s sifus and A SILK DISPERSAL
lr)i.fclooo INvJW $10 Three special groups receivo mention today. Tlnin and ilia-
No uncertain quality iu these dresses and suits and no secret -n"1 I'nsM reduced from $1 to 50c yard-in tan, duck blue,
about why thev ure-io much reduced in price. Wo simply n.us cVsiuTo'Vilks icduced from 85c to 50c yard in brown, reseda,
make room for the merchandise wo will begin to buy u. New W tnn d with whito dot3 Tho fro3 qunty n'avy nml
next week . .,,. . black onlv, now 75c yard.
Do you need a Suit for early Pall? We're suro you'll think Changeablo taffotas, ojio yard wide, cool, light colors, ro-
you do when you see these handsomo ones at les than half-price. price 89c yard instcd of $1.25.
Would you like a silk dress for tlio cool oveutngs we'll sooi '
welcome Ono glance at theso handsomo dresses for $10 will con- ttEDUCED GOODS ARE NOT CHARGED, RESERVED NOR
vlnco you of their T25 quality SENT ON APPROVAL.
! Double Stamps
It's the last day to get a parlor broom with an $8 purchase. The same big bargains ad
vertiped last Saturday will be on sale. HERB IS A FEW OF 'EM
DIED AS A RESULT OF A KICK
FROM A HORSE.
Allld Bigolow of Vaneeburg, who wasj
kicked by a horso at FlcmlnKsburir las I
Jtonday dlp.d Thursday as a result of his
pfnge and a.
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l.'Ho wasfauqut 30 years
Calicoes 4 l-2c ynrd.
Bleach Cotton, 7c yard.
Muslin $2.00 AVJiite Skirts, $1.00..
AIuhUii 7f)u Drawers, 49c. Y
Shirt AVaists, 49c and 98c. ' ', ':
Bungalow Aprons, 35c. '
Six Spools O. N. T., 25c.
ratting Suit Cases, 98c.
Matting Hugs, 25e.
Velvcl Rugs, 98c.
Matting, 19c yard.
iMnrm Clocks, 09c.
Poplins, 10c yard.
Suits nt 1-2 price.
Middy Blouses, U5c.
Bathing Suits, $1.98. '
Batlnng Caps, 50c. , .
40c Flowered Voiles, 25cyard.
Challies, 15c yard.
Mon's and Women's Oxfords, $1.00.
Cotton Tape, lc.
,&air Pins, 3c.
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