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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1914.
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It's a Bird.
"Do Win-lit inn Klieln" sounds very
Until you hear "(Jo.1 Save the King."
For then tho Miu starts to roar
In answer to tin wolf's long howl,
Ami tlu'ii you hoar the Hoar's deep
My faltU! but it's nil awful din
When all tin animals begin.
Just llk( a night of horrid dreams.
AVnit til you hoar the one big noise
That's iiulto familiar to those hoys;
They all prick up their cars, It seems,
When "Undo Sammy's" K.igle
Eva L. Crawford in Louisville Times.
I UNERAL OF MR. JOHN 0. PECOIt.
Tho funeral of the late John Pccot
will be held this siftornoon at II o'clock,
ht his late home in West Second street.
Hov. John Harbour will be in charge of
tho religious services. The Odd Fel
lows will recite their litual at the grave
side. Mr. Pecor stood in high esteem
ns a member of the First Presbyterian
Church and of Ringgold Lodge I. O.
Among the relatives here to attend
his funeral are his daughter. Mits Sallie
K. Pecor of Cincinnati; Mrs. Uogers
of Mt. Sterling, Ky., and her son, Hev.
II. C. linger, of Kansas City, Mo.
WILL MOTOR TO DENVER.
Next Fridav Mr. Frank Ilauoko and
Dr. Hoone Phillips will leave Maysville
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ior Denver, uol., making the entire
journey of l, miles on their motor
cycles. This .'1,070 mile trip is going to take
some peddling and a right smart of pep
and steam, but the two are old joy rid
ers and will como across in great shape
Here's hoping t hum a safe journey
and a safe return.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB.
Tho Kxeoutivo Hoard of the Woman's
CJuli will meet Thursday morning at 10
o'clock at tho Public Library. Host
ness of importance connected with the
work of the coming year will be at
tended to. All members urged to be
Policeman Dudley VW.pt rounded in
lroiu his mention trip Monday night
i.s fresh as a Daisy. They held a fain-
ily reunion at his home at Heechburg
Sunday. There wore eight sons and
two daughters present, and eighty-seven
lite dinner. Some dinner that.
"Million Dollar Mystery" (Join today.
WE MUST HAVE MONEY
In order to get it, we are going to offer our
entire stock of goods to you at such prices that
you will be COMPELLED to buy. Each week
we are going to announce some "Flier," and dur
ing that week, any article advertised, you can have
at your own price, practically, for we are deter
mined to make the goods move. This week, be
ginning Monday, the 17th, every piece of Enamel
M Ware, Tin Ware and Aluminum Ware in our
MUST BE SOLD
m Ladies, here's a chance to replenish your
5 kitchen supply at your own price, and don't for-
get that with every $ cash purchased you get a M
ticket entitling you to a chance on a five passen- J
5 ger Touring Car, fully equipped with Eledlric
Starter, Electric Lights, Eledlric Generator, 3 speeds,
etc.. and also, an Up-to Date Runabout Automo- g
5 bile, both to be given away some time during the J
jj year 1915, as announced in our Big Ad
f MIKE BROWN,
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S SQUARE DEAL MAN. B
Lcslio Imiko, of Ocniiantown will
miilcrf,'o an operation at Wilson Hoa
,. LUNCHEON SPECIALTIES
3 -You will fitul IIKfttf more nice-things
ninrwhilesotnethati nuvwhere. , .
. If you are going to take ou Oiitlug, We
MISS MABY FORMAN PASSES
At her home in Washington, Miss
Mary Pqnnnu passed nwny yesterday
ufternoon at t o'clock. She was in
her 70th year and had been sulToring
for somo timo from diseases incident to
The funeral will be tomorrow, Thurs
day, afternoon at .'ftJIU o'clock. The
services will be at the home by Hov.
Joseph M. Kvans. Hurial in Washing
WILLSON SPENT $1,010.
Washington, August IS. Kentucky's
successful Republican candidate for the
Senatorial nomination filed his expciw
nccount with tho secretary of State.
Augustus K, Willson of Kentucky spent
a. total of sM.UlC'JO, all of which, ex
cepting smaller sums, he himself con
Ordered tho matter of evchange ol
roadway with Thomas M. Cray, be and
is hereby ratified and confirmed. Oojinty
Attorney W. 11., Reese was instructed
to draw deed of said property convey
ing same to said Thomas M. Cray.
In yesterday's County Court .lame
Hall, siv years old, was adjudged ol
1'eeblo mind since his biith. Ii. nil
probability lie will be sent to I he Feobli
Minded Institution at Frankfort.
CONGRESSMAN FIELDS' SON ILL.
Representative W. J. Fields, of th,
Ninth Kentucky district, k detained a
his home at Olive Hill, by the sorbin
illness of his sixteen-year old son, win
is a victim of typhoid fever.
Yesterday, three dusky damsels, l,uc,
Haley, Mainmie Paige and Annie W'enx
or mixed up over their colored lovers
Judge Whitaker gave them $.".!)f) each.
They paid their lines.
PREACHING ON FOREST AVENUE
Preaching tonight at 7 o'clock at the
oruer of Wood street and Forest ave
nue. You aie invited to come ami
bring your fi lends.
COUNTRY BUTTER WANTED
Wo will pay 20 ami '2r cents jut
pound for good country butter,
CORYELL & DAVIS, Grocers.
jjialt ;ti:i H.ist Fourth stieet
Kx-policemau Girvin was feelin
greatly better yesterday.
Wall paper, ruga and paint at HEN
NO. 1 !
Tho frlomls of Mrs. It. U. Pollltt ol
Forent nvonuo will regret to loam that
she. is sick.
to make yofir Picnic Lunch appetizing
will be glad to Lave you call,
Are the Kaiser's
Forces in Their
Big Naval Engagement
Reported in North Sea
President Wilson's Remarkable
Plea for Neutrality
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
Naval Battlo Reported in tho North Eoa
London, Knglaud, August IS. A dis
patch to tho Central News from liar
wich s.iys that n naval engagement oc
curred Tuesday morning in the North
Sea, about 100 miles off Harwich. The
statement of the iepoter is not con
firmed by the official bureau.
Tho Hritish official press bureau an
Bounce that somo desultory fighting oc
mrred Tuesday between the Hritish pa
ttolling squadron and tlotillas and Gor
man cruisers, which were reconnoiter
ing. No los-es are reported or claimed.
A Router dispatch from Hrussels savs
the Gentians made another attempt to
itos the Mouse today by a brigade not
fur from Diiiiint, whore cannonading
was resumed. The French aitillej re
pelled the attack with considerable loss
' In a dispatch from Hrussels the i
change Telegraph correspondent snjs:
"Tho German movement to the Bel
gian center seems to have been check
ed. No further movement of the one
ti'y's troops h;s been ob-orved. Tho
German prisoners in Holgium will lu
sent to Kngland.
"The French troops are, In contact
with the Germans in Holgium, but there
is no important engagement to report,"
leads nu ollicinl announcement issued
at the French embassy in Loudon to
Do Not Fear Explosion of Mines in
ralmouth, ICiinland, August If. Men
ry S. Hreekiuriilo, Amerienii A.vaUt
ant Seeretnry of War, was met y the
Mayor of ralmouth 011 his return lieie
tonight from London, where today he
;ih enaed in working nut plans foi
tho relief of stranded Americans 11
Washington, Auj,'. IS. Aililro'slnjj
the Aineru-an people, President Wilson
today issued a statement in connection
with the European war, warning citi
zens of tho United States against "that
deepest, most subtle, most essentia'
hreaeli of nuiitrality whieli may spring
out of partisan ship, out of passionately
Tho President's Statement.
"My fellow countrymen: I suppose
that every thoughtful man in America
has asked himself during the last trouli
ltd weeks, what intluenco the Kuropean
war may exert upon the United States.
"Tho ell'-'ct of tho war upon the
United States will depnd upon what
American oitirons say and do.
"Kvoiy man who really loves Amor
ca will act and speak in tho true spirit
of neutrality which is the spirit of im
partiality and fairness ami friendline-.?
to- all concerned.
Solonm Word or Warning.
"I venture, therefore, my fellow
countrymen, to speak a solemn word ol
warning to you against tho deepest,
mobt subtle, most essential breach of
neutrality which may spring out of
pnrtisiusliip, out of passionately taking
"The United States must bo neutral
In fact as well ns in iinmo during these
days that aro to try men's souls,"
BREAKS LEO WHILE PLAYINQ.
Loins ilomniu, tho six-year-old son of
Mr. Harold liomalii, in Kastland, while
wrestling yesterday evening about 0
o'clock fell on his left leg, dislocating
tho ankle joint. Dr, Hrand reduced the
AID SOCIETY MEETS.
Tho Ladies Aid Socloty of tho Sec
ond M. E. Church, South, will give an Ice
cream supper tonight at tho ehun-h
Colonel William J). Smith, Si) years
01,-a famous local character' lit Cin
cinnati, and also of national fame, died
.Monday, lDeatli was. c'auifed by a geji-
EYE INJURED BY POP BOTTLE -
Mr. Charles McCarthy, transfer man,
met with u distressing ncddeiit ves-
I terday nftcrnonn about .'I .o'clock, lie
was loading govern I eases of pop in
front of the Maysville Mottling Works
on Sutton street and hnd just placed
a case on tho front of the 'wagon when
one of the bottles exploded. A piece
of thn glass cut his left eye. Dr. Vu
yell rendered tho necessary aid. In all
probability .Mr. McCarthy will save the
sight of tlie eye.
TRACING A STOLEN HORSE AND
.Mr. Ira Farmer, a liveryman and
prominent citizen of New Hoston, Ohio
wts in this city yesterday on the trai
of a man who hired' a horse and buggy
fioin him a few duys ago. lie had
traced the outfit to Tolleboro and rami
on into .Maysville for the assistance ol
tho police force and sheriff.
'Members of Ringgold Lodge No. 27
1 0. 0. F. are roiiiested to meet a
their hall on Weduesduy August l!tl.
at i!:.'10 p. in. to attend the funeral o.
brother John (!. Pecor from the re-.i
deuce at .1:00 p. m.
J. C. RAINS, N. G.
SIMON NF.LSON, Sec.
Members of DoKalb Lodge No. 1
I. 0. O. F. are requested to meet n
their hall on Wednesday August 10th
at 2:30 p. in. to attend the funeral o
brother John C. Pecor from the res.
donee at 11:00 p. hi.
JOHN W. THOMPSON. Sec.
U. G. HA1LHY, N. 11.
CITY MISSION NEEDS CLOTHING
The City Mission is in need of cloth
ing, dresses, for children. Also shoe
for men and wouen. Anyone having
such things to give away will please
send same to Mrs, Young at the Hill
Mr. Alexander Gilmore, general agent
of the Aetna Life Ins. Co., with oilier-
in Louisville, has been here this week
on business connected with their loc.il
agents, Sulsor, Mathews A: Co. Mr. (ill
niuro stands high
in the insurim
g'oves of "peeial quality benvy Milnuese nilk, cart'
fully mmlu and double linucr tipped. Wliito or
bliick. Parip-point embroidered. Sp'endid value at
t lie price, $1, l4
Wrist, length silk gluvcp, same cpmltty, black
or -liitf, tr)()f.
While silk with a lovely silvery lustrp, $1 pair.
White imported lisle, sin or and cool, 2Fn 3.r)C,
I SUMMER GOODS
j ARE STILL LOW
I though prices are still soaring in many lines. '
You will fiud some awfully pretty dresses here at just half price. The few suits we
have left are still going at half price. -
Just a i'cw hats remain at 98c.
Some-great bargains in Ladies' Oxford?, and we can also show some uew styles in
The panel skirt we are selling at $1 is a remarkable value.
Here is a wise tip If you need a pair ol kid gloves buy them today. You will
thank us later for this advice.
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FIRST TO OUT TOBACCO.
Mr. Campbell, ono of the tenants on
the farm of K. H. Hutehlngs, Midway,
Ky., began cutting his tobacco August
t, which is said to be the first cut in
tho Hurley district, if not the State.
It was grown on laud that was never
plowed before. Mr. Campbell has thir
ty acres of it, and expects to get it all
housed by the middle of September, il
i.ot by tho first.
Mr. Ilutehiiigs cut and put up with
out a rain on it, "ti acres of clover and
thirty acres of timothy hay, and is the
only ono in his section who has clover
hay. Carlisle Advocnte.
NEW EXPRESS AGENT AT PARIS.
C. K. Colliver, who for sometime was
Adams Express Messenger on this di
vision of the L. & N. and who is well
and favorably known hero, has been ap
pointed Adams Impress agent at Paris,
a big and a deserved promotion. Mr
Colliver 's home is at .Salt Lick, Hath
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.
Host cash offer takes J eyl. fill horse
power 2 passenger roadster in first
class condition. Can lie seen nt Hrown's
"Twenty-five years ago last Wednes
day," i-ays the Paris Democrat, "the
Arlington Hotel at Hlue Licks, was do
stroyod by fire, and 10S guests were left
without shelter. "
D. HECH1NGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
Our Young Men will soon be going back to School or College. Nearly all will want a new
Fall outfit. We have almost our entire new Kail Suits and Overcoats in the House. No matter
where you go. if you wear a "Ilechiuger" Suit or Overcoat, you will at once be recognized a person
of excellent taste.
The variety of styles and fabrics is so varied that it would be difficult to describe in our ad.
We want every young man in Maysville and Mason County to call on us and let our Young Men
show them what a splendid line of Clothes we are provided with for the coming season.
See our new Pall Hats. They are beauties. Knox and Stetson are the leaders.
If in need of a Trunk, Bag or Suit Case, we can offer you "price inducements," that you will
ID. KTJHIO FH3NTG!-E3K. CO.
Goods Charged, Reserved, Exchanged or Sent
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you are contemplating building n home or a house for an investment, now
is the time to place your order. We have the largest stock of nil kinds of build
ing materinl that can be found in Noitlieastem Kentuckv and have large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted Una large
supply at a price ery near cost of production and we nrc in position to give von
the advantage of this good purchase. Place your order now or let us give you" nu
estimate on your requirements; you will then leave your order with Mnysville's
l-'oreniost Lumber Yard.
Cor. Second and Limestono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
: BATHING SUITS
5 AT COST f
! J. T. KACKLEY & CO. f
That's what they all say about our Soda and Tee Cream.
Kor Ice Cxmnw Sodas atul Sundays a superior quality of cream
is used. Our menu consists of about seventy-five beverages and
each one is a favorite with some of our trade. He sure to get
M. F WILLIAMS
has boon generous in according her favor to many
weave this season, demanding only that they bo
soft. Equally lavish has she been with color,
staplo shades', and wonderful color combinations, to
an almost equal degree. All aio here in this mid
summer display at reduced prices.
Details aro difficult when variety is so great.
Como in and let us show you this alluring
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