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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914.
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Spico of Life.
In oourtinjj this is over trim
For no one but n drummer
Would luivo tlio ncrvo to spin up to
The irl ho loved lust siimmor.
The. G & O. ji;iy cur run' tomorrow.
Miss Chnrlotto Wood, of the Hill
House, is enjoyiii; :i visit with Mrs. .1.
O. Wadsworth lit "Hull'alo Trace" mi
tlio Hill Tii..
lib v. 1 Ilarroi returned home
Saturday afternoon after hnviui; been
hero to attend the bij? K. of 1. banquet.
Mrs. William Kinsler and ehildrer
left yesterday for Covington to attend
tho wedding of Mr. Sol Kinsler which
takes .lace tomorrow morning.
l- R. Hrawner, president of the sus
ponded I'ensaeola State Hank, kill-'d
himself in I'ensai-ol.i in the proroiu'o of
his wife and several employee.
Miss Victoria Walt, of No. l.U!
Main street, Cincinnati, and Mr. .1. A.
.laderlund, of Chicago, were married in
Indianapolis, TIiiiimI.i.v afternoon.
MISS MALTBY TO v.- TO SAVAN
Miss Mary Page Malt by lias returned
from Frankfort, wheie she served .is a
page during the convention held there
by the United Daughters of the Cu.
federaey. She was honored by being
chosen by the Kentucky Division lo
go to Savannah with, them in October
to be the Kentucky page at the Na
DANCE AT FLEMINGSBURCS.
A public dance will be given Thurs
day, October 21', in the I'rincess Theater
Uuilding, Flemingsburg. Music bv
Insko's Saxaphone Trio. All the new
steps danced. Dye's auto truck will
leave- Russell comer at 7.1(1 p. m.
l'liono fl.'l.'l-K, or see Nelson Hreee, if
you wish to make tho trip via auto.
MRS. MURRAY HUBBARD
Of Covington, Will Address Tho Mason
County Woman's Suttrago Loaguo
In "Tho Call To Citizenship."
Under the auspices of the Mason
County Woman 'a Suffrage League, Mrs.
Murray Hubbard of Covington, Ivy.,
will speak at Neptune Hall, Friday,
October 2.1, at ".HO p. in., on "The Call
To Citizenship." This Is the first of a
series of meetings to be held, one in
each ward. While a cordial invitation
Is extended to every ono to hear Mrs.
Hubbard, tho women of the Third
Ward and the men of their families
are to be tho guests of honor at this
meeting and to occupy reserved seats.
Kvery woman in the Third Ward is
especially invited to be present and to
bring ns many adult members of her
household as find it convenient to come.
The Hon. Samuel
burg was a visitor
.1. I'ugh of Vance
iii the city Satur-
Mr. .lames S. Dawson' of Houston
avenue, spent Saturday and Sunday in
Adelaide Davidson went down to Cin
cinnati this morning to meet her father,
Mr. II. T. Davidson.
The September term of the Masoi
Circuit Court adjourned Saturday to
convene in December.
tMr. ,1. W. Wheeler of Winchester,
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
daughter, Mrs. Albeit Curry of Hast
Mr. Thomas Wallace, who is attend
ing chool at the Ohio Mechanical In
stitute in Cincinnati, spent Saturday
and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .lames P. Wallace of Forest ave.
BIO. MOVEMENT OF MULES.
Carlisle, Ky. A total of l.."0U mules
have been bought and shipped from
Carlisle since last August by U. N.
Rankin, of this i-irv.
Fine Writing Paper
Just received by us, Urane's Linen
Lawn, initialed stamped, in gold and
MONOGRAM ENGRAVED CARDS $1.00
1. T. KACKLEV & CO.
I FLIER NO. 2 !
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
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
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. VIGNVINJM UfUiUKAMtO UAMl'JGJLVUM'JUSi
Thief Enters Chenoweth'sOrug
Store Saturday Night or
Sunday Morning and
Gets Away With
No Clue Found Yet As to Who the Cul
prit is Postoffice Inspector
to Be Placed on the
"THE BEST LUMBER I EVER USED"
This from n satisfied customer menus n jireat ileal to us. It proves Hint we
are serving this community with the best IUMIlHK that can lie produced. We
are prepared to furnish you in any kind of Lumber or other Building Material.
We sell to some exacting customers and satisfy them. We can satisfy you. We
think ueemi save you money. Ict us know your needs today. Come in and talk
it over or phone your order. Prices guatanteed.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limostono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. MoLauouun. L. N. Bkuan.
Air. and Mrs. '. P. Tally and dnugli
tor, Mildiod, and Mr. ami Airs. J. C.
Boyd and eliildron, Margaret and IVeil
t. ilson, motored down from Oottngo
villi-, Lewi comity, and spent tlio day
with Airs. .1. I. Nnsh and family 01
West Second street yesterday.
Some time, between 1():L'() o'clock Sat
urday night and 7 o'clock Sunday morn
ing a thief entered Chenowetli's drug
store and stole $1110 postollice money,
this being Postal Sub-Station No. 3,
for the city of Maysville.
Before closing Saturday night the
.lsual routine of turning oil the water,
locking up thp cabinet which contained
the Postollice money, money orders mid
stamps, and seeing that everything was.
ilxod right was gone through by Air.
Dern and his clerk, Air. IV. IT. Willis,
Mr. Bern himself locking the cabinet
.vhich contained the money. Air. Willis
orbed the front door in the presence ot
.Mr. Bern, and then each left for then
On Sunday morning Air. Willis ojien-
d up the store lit 7 o'clock and found
he place slightly dill'ereiit from the
ivay is was left Saturday night. The
abinet was open and at first Air. Willi
thought perhaps Air. Bern had gotten
worried about the inonev being there
Hid had conio down and- gotten it. In
going to the rear of the store however,
he found the poison cue open and sex-
em! bottles of poison xxere out tin the
ou liter, lie immediately called up Mr
Bern by 'phone and told him that some
.hing was wrong and Air. Bern imiiiedi
.itely came down to tho store, finding
things in the condition above men
tioned. On,, hundred and thirty dol
lars in hills of $'', $." and -f 10 denomina
tions, mostly money that had been
taken in for money orders the prevlou
day, was missing from the cabinet. A
argo number of stumps and sex-oral dol
lars in small cliango xvere not molested,
However, nor was tho cash register,
which contained about nine dollars.
The poison case being disturbed
would on the face of it lead one to
think that the thief xvas a dope (lend
Hunting for cocaine or morphine, but as
nothing xvas missing it looks as if this
.vas merely done as n blind by tho
Chief Alackey xvas notified and is
now xvorking on tho caso.
The front door xvas supposed to have
been jimmied open, but the marks art
not very plain and the paint on the
door does uot even seem to be broken.
This xvould lead' ono to believe then
hat someone entered with a skeleton
On Saturday night '.Mrs. Krnip White
nad a money order for $100 issued and
l is thought that someone on the out
side saxv tho money paid over to Air.
Dern, xvatched where it was placed and
i lien bided his time to get the mniicv.
I'ostmaster Kehoe was notified of tin
robbery yesterday afternoon and a Post
ohice Inspector will be hero today to in
vestigate the matter.
Fifty years ago Saturday wheat sold
in Now York at $1.1M, corn at $1.5") mid
Hour at $10.30.
SAS VOTti BUYING GROWING
Prosperous Mason County Farmer
Called to Rest, Aged -10 yoars.
Air. Patrick V. Omit ley, aged forty
I'ine years, died Sunday at noon, from a
complication of 'discuses, at his home
Air. (lautloy xvas ono of the county's
most prosperous ami upright farmers, a
man of the highest integrity and in
dustry, a faithful, devoted son, bus
baud anil father.
Besides his aged father, ho leaves
a heart-brokon wife, who xvas formerly
.Miss Katie Alnhor, of this city, and
eight small children, and four brothors,
Will of Hamilton, Ohio; John, .lames
and Thos. of the county.
Funeral services Tuesday morning at
ten o'clock at St. Rose of Lima Church,
.Mays Lick. 'Burial in Catholic Come
tery in Washington.
TO BE MARRIED TOMORROW.
Air. Solomon Kinsler, former Mays
ville boy, but' now on tho pollco force
at Cincinnati, will on Tuesday morning
at U o'clock, lead to tho altar of St,
Peter's Cathedral Eighth and Plum
streets, Cincinnati, Miss uertrudo Miller
ot 023 West Seventh street, Cineinnnti.
Aftor tho nmrrlago u wedding breakfast
will bo sorved at tho bride. 's homo.
Safoty Director Schulor and tho iiight
ITItKfiMl HHKMjJjKM A UTM patrolmen of Covington presented tho
GBISEL ft CONRAD,,euployith a beautiful gas rono, ,
Former Congressman .lames N. Ke
hoe, of Maysville, who came to Lexing
ton last Thursday on the Bryan special,
said in the course of a chat on political
reforms that within a very few years
the use of money in elections xvill In
iiinsidered quite as ineliective and im
moral as the use of vxhisky noxv is re
garded in nearly all communities, lie
ventuied the opinion that the candidate
who used money xvith a view ot sei ..
ing votes does not get 10 per cent in
return for the dollars he spend. Lex
iiigtou Cor. Cincinnati Kuquirer.
U I R T H J)
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller are re
joicnig oxer the arrival ul a fine young
daughter at their home in West Thin!
street, Friday morning. .Mother and
babe are doing nieolv.
Winchester "Wots" Must Mako Con
test Grounds More Specific
Winchester, Ky. In the Clark Clr
itiit Court Judge Stevenson sustained
the motion of the "drys" to make more
definite and certain the grounds for
lontesting the recent prohibition elect
ion, xvhich were filed by "xvet" leaders
n few days ago.
Airs, (leorge Fishter ami children ot
Mast Second street, returned home Sat
unlay afternoon from a two-xveeks'
visit in Cincinnati.
There xvas only one lonesome case in
Police Court Saturday, diaries Kitel
xxas fined .fO.ijO for being drunk.
Henry 12. Funk, aged oO, a plumber,
and Beulah C. delimit, aged 127, both
of LcMigtou, were marred at the Christ
ian church paixmagc Saturday by Rex-.
A. F. Stahl. It xxas the second ven
ture for both parties.
Edison Djy October 71
XWr your houto now to
you en join In 4bMJI
Brixe up. Noxv is tho time to buy.
Sower pipe prices are way oIL
G-KOHCIK II. TRAXKL.
Beorgo Fields, aged "I, a farmer, and t
Lutie Holland, aged 10, both of Alur
physville were married by Judge W. II.
Itifo. in the County Clerk's olllcn Sat- '
RALLY DAY AND HARVEST
Yesterday was a banner day in the
Thin! Street M. K. Church, it being
Rally Bay and Harvest Homo Sunday.
The Sunday School had an attendance
of 17(S in the moiuiug, a gain of.'. over
last year. Both the Rally Day service
in the church in the morning and tho
Harvest Home service in the evening
were well attended. At the Kpworth
League service in the evening 1L'7 peo
ple were present.
LOWEST IN SEVEN YEARS.
Louisville and Nashville's 1011
profits were lowest for seven years.
Greater increase in taxes than in gross
earnings cut into the year's operating
income. Property investment $.11,000,
000 larger, due to absorption of North
and South Alabama I Jo. id and expendi
ture of $10,000,000 on equipment, add",
tion.s and betterments.
Wo Imvo tbo best Fountain Pen I ovor saw. Jt sella
for 1. You can't make it leak, no matter bow you carry
it. We don't ask you to buy; all wo want you to do is
to come in anil see it.
M. F. Williams
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Airs. George Clephaue of West Sec
ond street last night and loft a fine
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Biggest anb Best
Clothing and Snoe Storn
BALMACAAN AND MACKINAW COATS
Will be two of the strongest features in
the Clothing: Trade this Kail ami Win.
ter. Anticipating this we have supplied ourselves with a wonderful array of these garments. The
little ones as well as the grown-up will wear them. "It will be to your advantage to see our line."
The weather will nowjsuggest a Fall Suit. "See our fine." No matter how much or little
you intend to invest in onejyou will be sure to save money here.
We are featuring the best Boys' Norfolk Suits at $5 in the state. Not a Suit of them worth
less thau $7.
Our Hat and Shoe Departments
Are full worth your consideration when you are in quest of either Hat or Shoes.
Always get tickets on the valuable presents we compliment our patrons with.
D. ZKCEJOPilTJvTGS-EIR. &, CC
It's Time For
Coats and Suits.
We arc ready to show you a most
atttadtive line of new Coats and
Suits at moderate prices. Don't
delay come in while the stock is
at its best.
The small girl who wears tub frocks all win
ter and girls who want pretty dresses for early
school wear are choosing these fast. In to 2 to 6
year sizes are included ginghams and percales for
50c that are positive $1 and $1,25 values. In reg
ular stock are 50c dresses in 2 to 6 year sizes and
.$1 in 8 to 14 year sizes,
SUITS $15 to $35
COATS $7.50 to $25
A noteworthy line of Reduced Suits
at $$, $10, $12.
For the Home Dressmaker
Home dressmakers who want the maximum
of prettiness at a very moderate cost could do no
better than to create a gown from this charming
crepe poplin which is 42 inches wide and only $1 n :
yard. It is just the right weight to pleat grace-
fully and comes in the loveliest shades of artillery jtS
blue, Russian green, taupe, brown, olive, Burgundy,
navy blue, prune, cream and black.
mi HUB &3
The Modern Way
To Mark Your Personal Apparel
No danger of ink blots, no tedious embroidery, just a few
minutes' machine sewing and your garments are neatly and
plainly marked. 10c per dozen names. Call and let us show you
this new idea. We have your name. Try us.
. Just received, a new assortment of Collar and Cuff Sets, just
the style you have been looking for;. but they will not last long
at the price, 25c and 50c per set.
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