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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 10, 1014.
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Somo ponples lil.indly promise to
Love, honor, ami obey;
Sonic really mean to do it, too
A small percentage may.
Hut most of in wlio tliusly sworn
Have como to realise
,1'lint wo have liltton olT much more
Theu wo eouhl Fletcherbel
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To Maysvillo Should Early Morning
and Lato Afternoon L. & N. Trains
Bo Romoved and Citizens of
' This City Raiso Protest.
r Tho report has been current here for
the past several days that the Louis
villo and Nashville Railroad Company
is going to remove the early morning
train arriving in this city at 7:.'I0
o'clock and the the late afternoon train
v going out at !l:l'" o'clock, consequently
the business men of this city have
pondered over the matter considerably
during the last few days nnd will send
n protest to Superintendent W. II.
Anderson a-king that tho two tiains
shall not be removed.
'" In a business way the removal of tho
.two trains would leave only the 11:1."
train in the morning and the 1:1") trail;
in the afternoon and this would serious
ly handicap those people who come to
Mnysville to do their shopping, as their
timo would be more limited.
And an equally imptiitant matter to
bo considered is the fact that a num
ber of children from nearby towns and
villages come to Maysvillo to finish
- school educition in the Maysville High
School. Therefore, should these two
trains lie cut off, they would of neces
sity be forced to either board in Mays
villo all week or eKe quit school.
. Tho matter is quite a serious one to
Maysville people anil it is hoped that
tho L. & N. ollicials will see their way
clear to ennfinue the two trains.
For September Makes Excellent Showing,
Public Should Aid Tbis Good
Cause This Winter
"OLD HOSS SALE" ON THIS
Do not forget sale, of unclaimed Ex
press packages, comer Market and
Front streets this morning at 10 o'clock.
Tho Board of City Missions met In
regular monthly session on Tuesday aft
ernoon of this week. Much business of
intemst was discussed as Miss 'Margaret
Maxon, the. new settlement worker was
in attendance. Mrs. Brock brought up
her usual good report, she having been
kept very busy, especially in one de
partment of tho work the clothing
of tho little folks, as thoy were getting
ready for school. Two hundred and
sovcnty-thiee garments were distribut
ed nnd self-respecting children, clean
and comfortable, joined their moro for
tuunto friends in their miniuturo world
In many cases these clothes wero paid
for on easy terms.
Mis, Hrock mmlo !W calls in the
homes, gave out somo 10 baskets of
provisions, assisted Miss Casey in car
ing for the sick and also assisted in
a clc.iii-up' crusade of two homes.
Seven dollars and seventy cents was
(jiven to help cases of extreme poverty.
All meetings had shown a decided in
creases iu attendance.
After last monthly reports had all
been presented, Miss Maxon was intro
duced to the Hoard, and her plans for
settlement work were discussed.
She will conduct the industrial school
ery much along tho lines of last year's
plan, adding a night school.
She has also instituted a story hour
once a week for the younger children,
and her plan is to make the Mission a
social center for the young people, who
have so few pleasures after working
Miss Maxon is very interested in
reviving the Juvenile Court for the
sake of youthful offenders against the
Maysville is most fortunate in having
secured the services of such a high type
of cultural young womanhood, devot
ing her time and talents toward the
making of a better citizenship.
Into Hands of Germans After
War Against Great Britain to
Be Next Move of the
Belgium Will Then Become the Base of
of Operations of Teutons in Their
Invasion o, England
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you are contemplating building a home or n bouse for an inestnicnt, 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 Norllienstern Kentucky nnd hnvc large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater' supply. We contracted this largt
supply nt a price very injur cost of production nnd we are in position to give you
the ndvnu age of this gooil purchase. Place your order now or let us give you" an
estimate on your requirements; you will then leave your order with MaysvillcV
Foremost Lumber Ynrd.
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A, A. McLaughlin. L, N. Bkhan.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
Of City Sunday School Suporintcudonts
nnd Toachcrs To Bo Jlold in tho
City Mission Rooms Tomorrow
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
KINDLING FOR SALE.
One largo two-horse wagon load for
$1.00 at our mill. Not delivered.
TUB MASON Ll'MIIKR CO.
Beyond factory delivery; see our stock and
prices. Footballs and Supporters. Webster's
New Dictionary, 1914 Edition, $1.29. One
Pound of Paper and 25 Envelopes 19c.
IT. KACKLEY & CO.
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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.
London, England, Oct. 0. Tho Morn
ing Pott says that it has been informed
by a good authority that Antwerp has
talleu before the vigorous hammering
of tho German artillery.
The ollicial press bureau says it is
unable to confirm the foregoing. Count
Do La Laing, Belgian Minister to Great
Britain, says he has received no eonflr
niatiou of the reported fall of Ant
A Ketuter dispatch from Toulon says
that tho Trench torpedo boats, the 33 S
and the 317, collided Friday mornin;
olT the Isle of Porquerolles, in the Men
iterranean, and sank. The crews oi
both vessels were saved.
The places in Antwerp which thus
far have suffered the most severely In
the bombardment of that city aro the
Southern Station, tho Palace of Jus
ice, the Avenue de "I 'Industrie nnd
the quarters in these vicinities. This
statement is mado in a InosMige from
the Ostein! correspondent of the Kx
change Telegraph Company.
Little Chango in Franco.
On the battle field In Prance tho Ger
man and French reports agree thore
has been no chango in the situation,
although tho .French claim to have
made somo little progress near St
Mihiel and in the Argmuie.
It's Berlin for tho Boar.
Pctrograd, Oct. !). The Russian cen
ter, mubilircd nt Warsaw, has started
forward on the first lap of its march
MIKE BROWN, 5
SQUARE DEAL MAN. g
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War On Great Britain Next.
Home, via Paris, Oct. J). The war
against Great Britain, according to Ger
man uowspapors received here, will
commence at tho end of October, after
Antwerp has fallen.
Belgium then will becomo tho base
of operations against Great Britain, the
newspapers say. They add that Ad
miral Van Tirpit7, tho Minister of the
Nay, who is now at general head
quarters with Emperor Willing, has nn
i.ounced that ho will go nboard the
flagship of the Gcrmau fleet and direct
the operations of the navy.
Of Now Colored High School Occurred
Last Evening' Amid a Blazo of
Splendor and Beauty.
The City Sunday School Convention
of Sunday School superintendents nnd
teachers will bo hold in the City Mi"
sion Booms tomorrow afternoon at ."
o'clock, ho program follows:
Reading of Scripture Lesson.
Five minute talks on "Tho One Best
Thing in My Sunday School," by the
Georgo Harding', Superintendent of
Sedden's Chapel Sunday School.
James S. Dawson, Superintendent of
Second M. K. Church, South, Sunda
James S, Wood, Superintendent of
Central Presbyterian Church Sunday
. George 11. Frank, Superintendent of
Christian Church Sunday School.
Ben II. Greenlee, Superintendent of
Baptist Church Sunday School.
Isaac M. Lane, Superintendent of
Third Street M. K. Church Sunday
V. W. Ball, Superintendent of First
M. K. Church, South, Sunday School.
A ten minutes talk by the City Pres
ident. Report of the committees.
Flection of officers.
T. J. ClIRRKV, President.
Secretary of State W. J. Bryan will
.speak at Lexington Thursday.
Smoko La Tosca No. 5, mndo by tho
Geo. W. ChiMs Cigar Co., in Maysvillo.
It's a smoko. 29Stf
Mr. George N. Bowman a formor
well-known Maysvillo typo in tho D.nls
Printery, now holding down a fine job
in Cincinnati wris in Maysvillo yester
day for a short stay with his brother-in-law,
Mr. V. R. Smith. Mr. Bow
man was representative from tho New
port Lodge IC. of P.'s to tho Grand
Lodge meeting at Frankfort.
FORMER GOV. WILLSON HERE
Ex-Governor Augustus E. Wliison,
Republican nominee for United States
Senator will speak to the Mason county
voters next Thursday, October 13th.
Governor Willsou was born in Mays
ville and Maysville has reason to be
proud of her distinguished son.
Rov. Roger L. Clark Formor Maysvillo
Pastor May Accept Fastorato of
Largo Eastern Church.
Roger L. Clark, n former pastor of
the Mnysil!o Christian Church, who
has been for tho past year at Paris,
Texas, has offered his resignation to
that church to take effect January 1.
His picture appears in this week's
It is understood that a large church
it. the East lias made repented over
tures to Rev. Clark, to becomo its
Djv October 71
Wire your houce now to
)ou can join in c4rbrtln('
Mrs, John Harbour and daughter,
F.ll.ubeth, of Market street, havo re
turned home from a yhort visit to Cincinnati.
Tho Missos Carpenter of Cincin
nati aio the pleasant, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. V. Hall Strode of East Second
"OLD HOSS SALE" ON THIS
Do not forget sale of unclaimed Ex
press packages, cornor Market and
Front streets this morning at 10 o'clock.
PICKED DR. THOMPSON'S POCKET
Dr. A. P. Thompson, father of Mrs.
Chas. Hancock, of Forest avenue, had
his pocket picked at the Georgetown
Fair yesterday. The crowd was Im
mense and they rolioved Dr. Thomp
son of $23. Mrs. Hancock was with
Do You Speak German?
We have employes who speak German and We cati
fill your German prescription or recipes asi easily
as English. At our store you are assuredi cour
teous and competent service and reliable gonds at
rigut prices. :::::::::
IH. F. WILLIAMS & CO.
THE TfJIRD STREET
"OLD HOSS SALE" ON THIS
Do not forget salo of unclaimed Ex
press packages, cornor Market and
Front strcots this morning at 10 o'clock.
D. NECHINGER & CO
Maysville's Best Clothing
and S latin Stnru
Wc Lay Special Stress on Our Boys' $3.50 0 $5 SchooISuits
"We believe no Clothing House in the Slate will give yon (he values we do in this line
"When the temperature suggests it wc want you to see the beautiful line of Sweaters, Mack
inaws and Balmncaana we have provid"d for the little ones as well as the big ones. You will
be agreeably surprised at the moderate price we have marked-1 hem.
Look in our shirt window and you will see the best line of Men's shirts in the country
among inem me "jim-or., , me nesi ifi.ru siun in me worm. Jiunureds mat wear yyem
testify to this.
ElOKTITSTGi-EIR. Sc cc
S. Get your tickets on the presents we are going to give away.
Last evening at the Colored High
.School Building In East Fifth street
a gay throng of the best people of the
colored race were assembled to witness
tho ro-dedication of their handsome
20,000 school building. This building
has just been transformed into ono of
tho most beautiful colored school
buildings In tho Stato outsidu of Louis
villo by tho addition of handsonio clee
trie "lights which give a splendor to
tho building nnd an impetus to the
teachers to do better and more ellicient
' Prof. W, H. Humphrey, principal of
tho Maysvillo Colored Schools, was mas
ter of ceremonies last evening and he
mado every ono present feel that groat
er things wero iu store tor tho eolorcd
Other speakers wero Hon. E. AV. Lane
Superintendent of Maysvillo Public
.Schools, and sovcrul members of the
.Maysvillo Board of Education.
Tho Maysvillo Colored Schools now
have the finest domestic sclenco course
of any colored school in tho State.
Mrs. Lucy Wolls of West Second
street loft yesterday morning for n
visit With friends nnd relatives at
SEVENTT-SEVEN YEARS YOUNU
Col. James N. Kirk, ono of 'Mason
county's leading farmer citirous, yos
terday was rece'vlng congratulations
from Ms hundreds of friends on his put
tjng ovor tho'hqin.p plato Of Timo 7'
The smart tunic styles predominate
but yoke skirts, accordian plated skirts,
.cluster pleats, basque skirts, all are rep
resented. Serge, poplin, gaberdine and plaids.
Cheapest Skirt is $5
because we will not carry any garment
wc cannot guarantee to wear well.
Your Little Girl's COAT
Doesn't need it?
Perhaps not now, but she will, and soon.
It's here, sure to be, among these low-priced, gar
ments that are cheap only in dollars and cents, for
they are high-grade in every requirement of fab
ric and finish. $3 98 to $10. Sizes 4 to 10
Some pretty new spreads have just been re
ceived. Some neatly hemmed for $1, $1.25.
Others have pretty fringes, full and even, Mar
seilles patterns and only$i. A third style is
attractively scalloped and comes in several qualities
from $1.98 to $5.
THAT CLOTHES YOU FROM HEAD to FOOT
Our stock of SUITS, COATS, CAPE COATS, DRESSES and
SKIRTS is complete.
Have you seen the ANGORA KNIT COATS at $4.98? All
the misses will want one.
Ready-Trimmed Hats from $1.25 to $10. For Ladies, Misses
Shoes for everybody. Try a pair of Hirschfeld's Working
Shoes $3. Guaranteed solid leather.
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