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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1914.
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You Have Hoard Him.
"1 luitf tluit dreadful, ,'ratiii sound,"
tfaid nervous Mr. dutch;
"That fellow .(ones just stands around
And erauks his dollar watch."
How a Market Street Sport Soiled a
Lady's White Dress and Novcr
As Thp Ledger reporter walked ip
Sei'ond street yesterday evening he no
ticod a neatly dressed lady in white
nhead of him. She entered a erowd of
men, nud ono of them stepped to edge'
of the paement to spit. The lady pass
ed on the outer edge and around him
just in time to get the quid and saliva
on her shoulder. The man did not even
offer an apology or try to elean up his
It is time thee eorner loafers were
taught at least to regard the rights oi
women, if not men
QUARREL OVER DOG
Youth Probably Fatally Stabbed; Man
And Wife Arrested.
Vane eh ii rur, K.w, August .1. .lohii
Xral, IS, was probably fatally stalibe.1
last night by Sam Moore, .'10, after a
quatrel over a dog. Kye witnesses al
lege that N'eal was unarmed and was
running backwards while Moore hung
to him stabbing him in the fuee and
breast. Moore was captured this morn
ing while trying to escape to the moun
tains and his wife and twelve-year-old
son also were arrested and placed in
jail charged with being implicated in
BOTTOM DROPS OUT
Of Chicago Livo Stock Markot Follow
ing Warning to Speculators.
Chicago, III. The bottom dropped oiv
of the market at the stock yards. After
outside orders had been filled at tho
jaids tho market showed siyns of col
lapse. This was due to Hio notice by
banks to speculators to limit their op
erations to their ability to pay cash
This deprived the market of a stout
prop, the hog market practically dtsap
pearing by 10 o'clock. Armour & Co.,
bought a few hogs at 8 emits n pound,
a decline of 50 cents per 100 pounds
At noon the bulk of the supply of cat
tle and hogs wns unsold, and tho com
mission interests wired tho country to
stop loading until tho situation clarifies.
Sheep cleared at steady prices, as
only a handful arrived.
WAR ON GERMANY
Herlin, August I. A body of Hu-
sian frontier guards from Krottigen
was driven back today by a part of the
Harrison of the (lermaii seaport of
Memel, tho most northerly town In tier
MAD KAISER SPURNS BRITISH
GERMANY MUST WIN OR 60 TO
GARDEN PARTY FRIDAY NIOHT.
lUecauso of tho dance at Beechwooil
tonight the garden party for the benefit
of tho First District school is postponed
'till Friday night. It will take pl.ico
then rnin or moonshine as tho house
and porches will atl'ord ample protection
nnd accommodation. For those who do
not care for coffee, iced tea will br
served Friday at 8:00 o clock p. in. ai
the residence of Mrs. George Barlmui.
FORMER MAYSVILLE COLORED
REGULAR SERVICES RESUMED AT
THE TinRD STREET M. E.
All regular services will be resumed
beginning with prayer meeting service
Thursday evening at 7:I!0 o'clock, tho
pastor, Rev. .1. M. Literal, in charge.
Tho choir will practice at close of pray
Next Sunday will be observed as roll
call da At tho morning service the
nlll eall of membership will he called,
and it is expected that every member
will make a special effort to be present.
As there are but four more Sundays till
conference, the pastor is very desirous
of having the church records in good
shape, and to this end this special serv
ice will bo hehl.
Dr. H. P. Taylor of Versailles, Ky.,
formerly of this city wns elected State
Grand Medical Kxaiulner by the Colored
Knights of Pythias drain! Lodge which
met in Covington last week.
The first concrete was poured this
morning at 7:13 o'clock in the foumla
tion of tho new building of Ringgold
Lodge I. O. O. P.
Only one drunk .lames
Mr. .lames A. Wallace has accepted
the agency for the Boston Insurance Co.
He will be pleased to have his fronds
call upon him at No. 1201 Market street
or Harry L. Walsh's ollice on Coiiit
street, when in need of insurance, .lal! I
Wallace, the hustling
has accepted an in
Mr. .lames A.
suiamv agency. Mr. Wallace is a bust
ler and he will get his share of the
Contractor .Tames S, Dawson has (in
ished the excavation for his new con
crete house on K.ist Second street, aboe
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Too many of them 5
Must be turned into Money at
Here's a chance to get a buggy 5
at your own price. g
M SQUARE DEAL MAN.
PARCEL POST SUSPENDED.
San Francisco. The postofilco hero
was notified from Washington that par
eel post service between this nation,
Germany and France has beou suspended.
You will find HRRtt more nice things to make your Picnic Lunch appetizing
nud wholesome than anywhere.
If you are going to take an Outing, we will be glad to have you call. f
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
United States Will Remain Neutral.
Washington, August -1. President
Wilson today issued a proclamation of
Uncle Sam Wants to Arbitrate.
Washington, August 4. A resolution
directing President Wilson to approach
the warring nations of Europe with an
offer of good otlices of this Govern
ment was introduced today by Senator
McCumber and referred to the commit
tee on foreign relations. Ho will ask
for a favorable report tomorrow.
Gorman War Fund Over a Billion.
Berlin, August 4. A bill was intro
duced today in the German Imperial
Parliament providing for the appropria
tion of $1,2.jO,000 to meet the expense
of the war.
Gold Stoamer ruts Back.
Bar Harbor, Maine, August I. The
North German Lloyd steamer Kron
prinressin Cecilie, carrying more than
10,000,1100 in gold, dropped anchor here
at 0 o'clock this morning after a forced
run of four days, her officers fearing
Americans Crowd Agencies to Get Ship.
Loudon, August 4. There weie iiioio
Americans in the West Kud of London
today than Englishmen. They were
chiefly crowded nbout tho offices of
American express companies and of the
sthnmship lines, trying to get ehei ks
cashed and secure passage home
Ono Mall Each Week.
Washington, August 1. Postmaster
General Burleson today completed tem
porary arrangements for handling iii.i'l
for Europe under conditions imposed by
tho withdrawal of many liners fr 1 1
service on account of the war.
Would Bar Patriots.
Washington, August I. A bill to ex
clude from readmission into the Tinted
States all aliens who leave to cnung
in a foreign war was introduced today
by Representative Harrison, of Misds
Daring Dash for Homo.
New York, August 4. The Vateriaad
carrying 10,000 of the flower of the Gcr
man reserves here, will defy tho war
ships of England, Prance nnd Hmsin in
a desperate dash across tho Atlantic fo
the safety of a home port.
Off Sandy Hook, and outside flit
three- mile limit, she will be met by tli
swift German cruisers, the Dicsdcn, Mie
Stuttgart and the Karlsruhe, ami at soi
sho will be convertel into a cruiser.
London, England, August o A Brit
ish mine-laying torpedo has been sunk
by ;i German fleet. Tho HritMi tor
pedo boat destroyer Pathfinder was pur
sued by the fleet but escaped.
Two German steamers in the port
Bordeaux, France, hae been seized
German Embassy in London Stoned.
A mob gathered in front of the Her
man Embassy in Carlton Douse Terrace
The demonstrators groaned ami hooted
and finally stones were thrown which
broke a window.
The I eople of London are already be
ginning to feel the pinch of higher food
All Europo Is In Arms.
All Europe is now in arms. On the
one baud Germany and Austrollungary
are opposed to Russia, France and Gieat
Britain and Scrvia and Montenegro.
Italy has declared her neutrality, but
Belgium, Holland and Switzerland
Tho German demand that tho Belgian
Government should permit tho free pas
sago of German troops through her ter
ritory was answered by hasty prepara
tion to resist such an advanco across
Swedou has made no answer to in
ipiiries from Russia and Germany re
garding her attitude, but is preparing tn
defend her neutrality.
Japan is making ready to live up ti
her alliance with Great Britain in case
of certnin eventualities.
Spain is reported to bo preparing a
proclamation of leutrality.
Austria-Hungary, for the moment
hns retired from her campaign against
Scrvia for the purpose of holding back
Russia, and Scrvia has mobilized wltl
the reported intention of occupying
Final Efforts To Avoid War.
King George's telegram to tho Rus
sian Emperor, in a final effort to avoid
war and the Emperor's reply have been
inado public. The King, expressing tin
opinion that thero had been some mis
understanding to lead to tho breaking of
1 ' I mako a personal appeal to remove
the misapprehension nnd leave open
loom for negotiations for possible
The iRussian Emperor replied that he
would have accepted tho proposal had
not Gormany declared war.
"Germany showed no disposition to
mediate and her preparations and those
of Austria made it imperative that Bus
sia mobilize, but 1 gavo most categor
leal assurance to the Gorman Emperor
that tho Russian troops would not move
so long as negotiations continued."
Tho reply concludes: "I trust Hint
your country will not fall to support
Russia and Prance. God bloss and pro
Great Britain seat a vutii.il ultima
turn to Germany, demanding a reply In
midnight on the subject of Belgiai.
King George proclaimed the mobili7a
tion of the British army, and the read
ing of the proclamation was cheered b.
huge crowds in Loudon,
Germany is reported to have declar
Oil war on Belgium and threatened to
annex the Belgian Congo. Germ iu
invaded Belgian territory.
A Russian warship went aground on
the Aland Islands, aftei a imal hat
tie between Russian and German flivts
Viscount Morley is understood to haw
resigned from the British Cabinet.
(Continued on fourth page)
Mr. Harry 1). Owens, aged .1.'!, rail
roader, and Miss Hannah Howard, aged
both of Mason county, were married
late yesterday afternoon by Judge W.
IL Rice. .
.Mr. Rnndall Carroll, aged 22, and Miss
Jessie Birtlett, aged 21, both of Hunt
ington, W. Vn., wero married last night
ut 8 o'clock in the parlors of the White
Hall by Rev. John Barbour.
Mr. Sidney V. Johnson, aged 22, far
mer, und Miss Josephine Esther Porter
aged 21, both of Fleming County, wen
married by Judge W. II. Rico jester
day in tho County Clerk's ollice.
ENTERTAINS WITH A LUNCHEON
Miss Julia McD.miel entertained a
number of frienTls with a 1 uehooii and
bathing party on the North Shore
Beach last evening in honor of her
guest. Those present were Miss Esther
Rheubeiiacker, Julia McDaniel, Mrs.
Young and son, from Dayton, Ky.. Mrs
.lolly iiinl Miss Minnie Jolly, Mrs, Guult,
Mrs. Laytham, Mrs. Canie Breeze, Miss
Lena Breeze, Mrs. J. T. Mnekey, Mr
George McD.miel, Misses May and
Irene, Mnekey, Miss Anna couglilin, Mr
Allan Pope, Stanley Lowery, George Me
Curthy, Prank Shea and Theodore Oil
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you are contemplating building a home or a house for an investment, now
is 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 nnd have large con
tracts with the timber men for still grenter supply. We contracted tins large
supply at n price very near cost of production and we nre in position to give you
the uihantuge of this good purchase, l'lnce your order now or let us give you" an
estimate on your requirements; you will then leave your order with Maysville's
Foremost Lumber Yard.
The Mason Lumber Co. "
Cor. Second and Llmestono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A. MoLauohmn.
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THE EYES OP THE WORLD"
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J- HP- KACKLEY gs C3CD-
Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN
says that it's a crime for a woman to grow old and haggard looking.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM
will stop you from commiting a crime. Nuff Sed.
We are agents for the Model Laundry and would like for you to give
us your laundry.
M. F WILLIAMS S CO. mS,ST
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
We arc promiced more hot weather duriu this month. We are again fti'ly sup
plied with the genuine Palm B ach Suits, among them some very handsome dark poncil
striped patterns. Thuy are sp'emlid garments to wear to the on ooming' fair--; comfort
able, cool and dust proof. Better provide youisulf while we have all sizes.
Sweeping piieo reductions in all light ami medium weight woolen and worsted sui's,
including the best 10 h'ue serge suit ever offered in Maysville.
Daily arrivals of Fall Clothing. Youngsters who will soon go back to school and
college wi'l find it prlirnb'e to 'o k at our new Fll Suits
D. HECHINGER &, GO.
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD AT
Nifrlitfjowns that will bring comfort the hottest
night for the necks arc very low, the sleeves very
short, and they're made of gossamer weight nain
sook. Nightgowns of sheer batiste, that are cool
looking as well as cool because simply tucked
and not burdened with trimmings.
Pettieoats of sheer batiste with ruflles of Swiss
Combinations of crepe with scalloped edge.
About 20 new styles in all kinds of undennus-lins.
PROVE FOR YOURSELF
that this collection of suits and dresses at $10.00
is the Hunt $23 quality. Prove it by your knowl
edge of good workmanship, high grade materials,
colors and styles. Dispersal Price on every Suit,
Sill; Dross and Lingerie Frock in stock.
THE SILK REMNANTS
are a bird's eye view of our 1!)14 Silk Stock. They
embrace everything tail'eta. crepe, foulard, faille,
cliarmeuse. all in practical length with prices re
duced one-half and less.
Kven if you don't need a Silk Dress or blouse
now it is worth buying one at such low prices to
put away for future use.
Reduced goods of any kind neither Charged,
Reserved nor Sent on Approval.
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WHY NOT GET BID OP SOME OF THE ROOT IN
Brussols, August 5, It is reported
that following a domain! by tho Ger
mans for tho surrender of thu rlty f
Llegg un onjjfigotnent e.sucd,'dn wblidi
tho Qornians wore repulsed.. "All Ger
mans uayo bcon oxpolled xroun Lloga
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Now is the time to buy OXFORDS for next summer. You may find your size in the $1 lot.
Ladies' White and Colored Wash Dresses at big reductions.
Shirt Waists at 49c and 98c.
Flowered Voiles, worth 40c, go at 25c.
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