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Pure Cider Vinegar
Spices of All Kinds
niNQFR PROS Leading Retailers
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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914.
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TO EVERY WOMAN IN MASON COUNTY
Every wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend
wants to remove from our comity. State and Na
tion the sale of alcoholic beverages. If your own
heart r.nd life have not suffered from the effects
of intoxicating drink, there is not one but knows
some one who lias thus suffered and you are not
insensible to the sufferings of others. Though
you may not yet have endured the pain and humili
ation caused by the drink habit, so long as it re
mains in our midst you cannot feel your safety
guaranteed. Your hearts and prayers arc right,
NOW WORK AS YOU PRAY. '
Now is the time to give your name and one dol
lar to the WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TBMLM3RANCK
UNION and by so much aid the struggle that is
now on to take the curse and temptation of strong
drink out of our county on September 2Sth.
WK NKKD YOUR HELP RIGHT NOW TO
DAY to win this election. Your name will have
influence and your dollar will help in the campaign
of education- It will buy literature and stamps,
help pay speakers and for space in the newspapers,
livery bills, telephone and telegraph bills, rent for
room in which to hold meetings, etc.. etc.
And just here be it understood that no worker in
the city or county is receiving one cent of compen
sation for his services, except Miss Wilson, who
has for months given all her time from early till
late in ofliice work. Up to date she has been paid
nothing and no sum has been promised her. She
Bays first pay all other expenses and if there is
anything left when the election is over she can
be paid. So much for the need and uses of money.
"MY PKOPliH PKR1SI1 FOR LACK OP KNOW.
LEDGE." Help carry the facts to them. Help
stir them to right action. If we win, help win that
you may have a share in the joy of victory; if we
lose, do not have to sutler t he remorse of feeling
that you did nothing to help.
WE NEED A STRONG ORGANIZATION FOR
THE FUTURE AS WELL AS THE PRESENT.
We want first to win on September 28- If we
do not win, we want at once to go to work for
victory in another campaign when another elec
tion is called. If we win, we want united effort
to increase the "dry" majority to support the law
and to elect officers who will enforce the law.
Whether we win or lose we want to elect a rep
resentative in the next session of the General As
sembly who will east Mason County's vote for
State-Wide Prohibition and to elect a representa
tive in the National Congress who will cast the vote
of the Ninth Congressional District of Kentucky
for Nation-wide Prohibition.
THE WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER ANCE
UNION has for. many years been n powerful agency
in educating the public mind and creating public
THE ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE is the most ef
fectivu agency yet devised for erystalizing that
opinion and sentiment into votes. We need more
public opinion and more sentiment created by the
W. C. T. U. for the ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE to
work on. Both organizations have their work to
do and working together are invincible.
THE STRENGTH OF THE WOMAN'S
CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION in any com
munity depends upon the women in that com
munity. Every Christina woman in Maysville and
Mason county should belong to or work with the
loeal union and the strongest women in the county
should be its officers. If the W. C. T. U. in any
community is weak, it is the fault of those who
are not in it, not of those who are.
JOIN THE MASON COUNTY WOMAN'S
CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION AT ONCE.
Send your nnme to Mrs. John Powers, President,
Third street, Maysville, and your dollar to Mrs,
G. W. Geisel, Treasurer, Front street, Mnysville.
LEND A HAND! DO IT NOW!
Bad oad Sinners.
I'm now nrrlvcd thanks to tho godsl
Tliro, pathways rough nml muddy,
A certain sign that makin' roads
Is not this pcoplo's study;
Altlio' I'm not with Scripture cramm'd
1 'm suro the Bible says
That heedless sinners shall l)u damn'd
Unless they mend their ways.
Directors of Indopcndont Warohouso
Meet and Elect Officers For
At a meeting of the directors of tun
Independent Loose Leaf Tobacco Co.,
in this city yesterday, tho following
olieers were elected:
Walter Mutilans President.
Kl L. Manchester, Vice-President.
V. U. llobb Secretary.
W. I Steele Treasurer. "
M. L. Kickpatrick General M'-ii i.ir.
L. ('. Parker Superintendent,
It will bo .oted that Mr. V. V. Steele
has been placed on tho Hoard of Di
rectors and has been elected Treasurci.
Mr. L. C. Parker has been selectiil to
suporiuteud the wareho se, ind this
assures the. farmer that lie will get. a
All of tln-se gentlemen are well l.i.own
to t'to tdbacco growers of this s"'t'. i,
as they have been prominent h the
Loose Leaf business in this citv since
the warehouses were opened.
VERDICT NOT YET REACHED IN
The jury in the case of tho Com
monwealth vs. Lucien Luttrell, charged
with manslaughter, was not able to
arrive at a verdict .esterday evening
an.l were taken to the Central Hotel,
where they remained last night.
Young Luttrell was placed in jail.
The jury will continue their delib
oration on the ease this morning.
Maysville Lodge- Xo. o'2, P. & A. M.,
will meet in regular session, Monday
evening, September 11, l!Ul, at 7 p. m.
Visitors and members of neighboring
' lodges aro cordially iuvited to attend.
Mr. Ward McAllister of Lexington,
was in this city on business yesterday.
Uookwood ;tOcent coffee- now 25 cents.
ll-3t CORYELL & DAVIS.
DR. PORTER HERE SUNDAY NIQIIT.
Rev. J. V. Porter, the former popular
pastor of tho Pirst Baptist Church,
Maysville, will speak in tho interest
of local option nt the courthouse Sun
day evoning at 8 o'clock.
Misses Scpttio Stevenson and Isabel
Key leave next week for Oxford, Ohio,
where, they will attend school this
FLIER NO. 2 1
For the next fifteen days we are derermined
to sell every Buggy and set of Harness in our house,,
if prices will do it. Read this list:
All Columbus Buggies, regular price $140, sale
price, 127.85, Cash.
All Brockway Buggies, regular price $135, sale
price $120, Cash.
All $125 Buggies, during this sale $110, Cash.
All $100 Buggies, during this sale $87.50, Cash.
All $24 Harness, during this sale $20.50, Cash.
All $22 Harness, during this sale $18.25, Cash.
All $20 Harness, during this sale $16.25, Cash.
Now's your time to get your Buggy and Har
ness, for the cash is what we want. We are deter
mined to sell every article in our house for cost in
order to turn them into money.
Don't forget, too! that with every $i Cash
Purchase you are entitled to a chance on the Two
Automobiles to be given away next year.
MIKE BROWN, i
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GENUINE voiAn.no ganteloupei
FANCY UK I, Kit Y
Of Tho Forest Avemio Parent-Teacher
Association Held Yesterday Aftor-
noou at Forest Avenue
Tho Initial fall meeting of the Forest
Aemio 1'arent-Toachur Association,
1,01,1 ywterday atteruoon at the Forest
Avenue suhool bulldiug, was a er
enthusiastic one, there being a full at
Tho first business attended to was
the election of new ollicers for the
ensuing year, and this was attonded
by intense interest, showing that all
those present had only tho good of fur
thering tho interests of education in tho
community and tho following woro
President Mrs. V. 13. Stallcup.
First- ico President Mrs. James ...
Second-Vieo President Mrs. James
Secretary-Treasurer .Mrs. Faannio
Tho new committees will bo an
nounced at tho next meeting.
A oto of thanks was extended tho
Board of Education for the repairs nun
beautifying tho interior of tho school
building in such a satisfactory innnuer.
All members wero loud in their praises
ovor tho interior of this school and to
show the appreciation of the association
it was decided to install a handsome
pinno, to bo the property of the Forest
Avenue School and to bo used by the
pupils in the uirthcrlng of their musical
training under tho cincient teaching of
Miss Hansolman. It being voted to hold
a reception after tho installation of the
piano to show the public what a live
Parent Teacher Association means to
SPEAKING IN INTEREST OF LOCAL
Rev, II. B. Wllhoyte at Gormnntown,
Wednesday, Soptcmbor 10, 7:30; at
Lawrence Crook, Friday, Soptcmbor 17,
7:30 p. in.; at Lowisburg, Saturdny,
September 1!), nt 7:30 p. m.
Rev. U. S. Irvine at Sardis, Tues
duy, September 15, nt 7:30 p. m.; ut
MuxphysvllV), Wodnesdny, Sojombofr
10, nt 7:30 p. m.; nt Washington,
Thursday, Soptombor 17, nt 7:30 p. in.;
at Orangeburg, Saturday, Septomber 10,
at 7:30 p. m.; nt Mlllcreek, Friday,
Soptombor 18, nt 7:30 p. m.
Miss Allcp Loyd at Holona, Wednes
day, Soptombor 10, at 7(30 p. in,
Mr. Theodore C'ullen returned yes
terday from n few days visit to rela
lives in Newport.
Now Has Four Up-todato Wagons For
Transportation of Pupils. Made ..
By Maysvlllo Firm.
Short and Knln have just finished
throe now wagons for the Minerva 'l-yn-solldated
School. Each of thesi wagons
will hold twonty-Uvo pupils. This
ninkcs four wagons for this school, the
other ono holding forty-fivo passengers.
Tho wngons uro all strictly up-to-tho
minute in every respect; they nro ser
viceable and present n most pleasing
They will be delivered to the
.Minerva School on noxt Wednesday.
They aro now at Short and Kain's
shop and may bo seen there by any
ono coming to ask.
MAYOR BENNETT TO SPEAK HERE.
Hon. W. W. Bennett, mayor of Rock
ford, III., will speak at the Court House,
Tuesday, at 7:30 p. in.
Rockford is a flourishing city of GO,
000, and has been uudcr Prohibition
law for 8 years.
The Business Men's Association cor
JAMES GORDON BENNETT
James Cordon Bennett, proprietor of
the Now York Herald, mnrried Thurs
day in Paris, France. His bride was
Haronosj fleorge Do Router.
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 and have large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted this largo
supply nt 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 an
estimate on your requirements; you will then leave jour order with Maysville's
I-oreinost Lumber Yard.
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Socond and Limostono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE. KY.
A. A, McLaughlin.
L, N. Bkhan.
Vest Pocket Safety and Self-filling arrived this week fresh from
jg the factory. Useful every day in the year.
i J. T. KACKLEY & CO. 5
Don't go on the theory that a truss is a truss. Care should
be taken in the selection of the proper kind. The satisfaction
and security that goes with any trust which you buy here costs
you nothing extra.
We also carry a full line of Crutches.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. TIIEDEosrr
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
n"T I D TH HATE" I If JOU were l,l'nkuiB of building a new home and wanted it modern, stylis
DEL Ul " I U"U A I L venieut y wouldn't think of engaging an architect who is behind the tii
' wnys and ideas, because he couldn't give you the satisfaction you wan
you d employ a man that is up-to-the-minute, one who does his work by the latest methods.
The same principle applies to our clothes buvinir we buvonlv of Manuf.ietiirpr thai hnitil nn an
od. These Clothes are most satisfactory and in the long run least expensive; and that's the reason why c
that bear the "Hechinger" label are worn by fully 05 per cent, of welldreseed people in this and adjoining
ties. We spare no efforts to please our patrons und we know that cannot be done unless the clothes are sa
h and con-
times iu his
you d employ a man that is up-to-the-minute, one who does his work by the latest methods.
The same principle applies to our clothes buying we buy only of Manufacturers that build on scientific metli
od. fhese Clothes are most satisfactory and in the lotur run le.ist exnensivp? ami W tli rnenn ,. h,, Mti,0
tory in style, fit and the service they give.
Pall Shoes nre now in order. It is needless to say that we carry the best Men's and Doys Shoes in town. "You
In paying for your purchases remember to call for tickets on the valuable presents we are- going to gie
TD. KEJOtaCITNTG-Eire. &, CO.
Comparison is the greatest buying method
known. When we introduced Gordon Dye Hosiery
we staled facts about the line that time has proved.
Mnde from selected yarn of at least 35 per cent,
higher grade than is usually put in 2oc stockings.
Three-ply heels and toes and four-inch double
Made on the newest machines which insure a
perfect-fitting leg of extra elasticity.
Each pair has a dye guarantee.
Gordon offers the best values made for 25c and
we invite shrewd buyers to compare it with hosiery
For Women, Misses and Children the Incom
parable Twenty-Five Cent Stocking.
Just Sent Us
from New York
arrivals hanging on the
Knch day finds new
racks and in the cases.
There nren't many of each kind, but there is a
pleasing variety of styles and colors.
If you are seeking suits that are different that
you won't see duplicated everywhere let us show
Coats, Dresses, Blouses and Skirts are also ar
riving in an uninterrupted succession.
If you don't fiud your need today you surely
will tomorrow so keep on coming.
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Style Is Not Wholly a
Matter of Price
Experience. ha8 made us fuel that many womon bolievo a emartly styled garment must necessarily
carry an extravagant prico. This is far from truo, for there is tho identical degree of stylo in n mod
oratoly priced garment that there is iu tho ono commanding a high price.
SUITS, COTAS 0 CAPE COATS
owo their popularity to their distinctive stylo and pleasing price. SUITS, $12.50 to $35. COATS.
$10 ta $25.
Our Millinor will tako pleasnro in showing vou somo of tho nnwost croations in hatu.
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