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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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LANDSLIDE IN MASON FOR
WILLSON AND IRELAND
County Goes Republican
For the First Time
In 16 Years
fet tho Eaglo scream!
Pf-Tlio 0. O. P. is coming bnck!
Vinson eountv vcstcrdav wont Itemib
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jRiican, think of itf
fe "Oovornor Willson defeated Beckham
jin Mason by 10 votes
The proposition to issue $200,000 for
flood Bonds whs defeated by n small
Tho defeat of tho "Good Boads"
proposition i9 deoply deplored and re
gictted. It romnined for tho Precincts of Hill
top and Plumvillo to put a crimp in tho
county vote, othcrwiso tho proposition
would hnvo won out.
This remarkable rovcrsal of form in
Mason county, from 800 Democratic ma
jority to a Itopufblicain majority Is
something to ponder over. In fact tho
Proposition To Issue $200,000
Bond For Good Roads
wholo country is repudiating Wilson
and Bryan's schoolmaster theories and
in 1010 wo will bo blessed by n Be
publican Protection President.
The following is tho unofficial vote'
of Mason county as far as wo could
-vTjKlrd Ward '. . .
fourth Ward .
. p-'lrth "Ward . .
vvHixth Ward . .
Dover -. . .
Mlelena . . . .
TJ. S. Sonator
U. S. Sonator
A uewlinoof Tally find Place Curds juatreceivod.
35c and 25c Tally Card, choice lUe per dnzen;
some few left at 5c per dozen. Score Pada and
Program Peucils of all varieties.
T. KACKLEV & GO.
Mrs Mary Foley has returned to her
home in the county after a dclightiul
week's visit with her daughter, .Mrs
lOmmit Slattory of Co ington.
DR. A. G. BROWNING ILL.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
GRAPEFRUIT SPECIAL. Cheaper Than Oranges
t SjmN Size 35 CMts a Um Urj Size 45 Cents a him
Ckf than we have tver bieit able to sell them.
Dr. A. (1. BroHiiing is again quite
ill at hi ollico rooms ami his friends
may hao to send him to tho liojiital,
whore ho can get tho proper nursing
and medical attention.
WOMAN SUFfRAGE LEAGUiS.
The Mason County Woman Suffrage
League wll meet at tho Public Library,
Thursday, November 5th, nt 10 a. ni.,
instead of 2 p. in., as previously an
nouiieed. The change is made on ac
count of tho American Historic Paint
ings at tho (lem Theater, at 2 p. in.
TO MEET FRIDAY
Parent-Teaclier Asoclatioa To
range For Holding Reception.
Tho Parent-Teacher Agsociatlon of
the Forest Avcnuo School will meet Tri
day afternoon at 3 o'clock and as many
membors aa possibly can aro urged
to attend, as tho arrangements for the
coming receptiou aro to bo discussed.
FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE
Arrested Hero Yestorday By Chief of
Pollco Mackey After Putting
Up a Hard Fight Is Wanted
In Montgomery County.
Oliief pf Pollco Mackey received word
from Mt. Sterling yestorday from
Sheriff Harry P. Powell of Montgomery
county to bo on tho lookout for nnd
to arrest John Mourns, wanted iu that
county on a charge of grand larcony.
About 0 o'clock yesterday morning
tho mnn wn located by Ollicor Tollo,
but ho evaded his pursuer for tho tlmo
being. About 10:45, whilo Chlet .Uack
oy and Ollicer Tollo woro going up
Third street hunting for tho mun ho
was observed by them standing on tho
cornor of Second and Limeatoiio streets.
Tho Chief started down Limestone
street after tho man whilo Oilleor Tollo
hurried on out Third street and down
Uoeriiment Square to hc:ul him off
should ho attempt to escape iu that
Tho follow was taken in custody by
tho Chief but protested that ho was not
tho man thoy woro looking for and said
that ho had a follow down at tho coal
yards to prove it by. Not wishing to
mako a false arrest tho Chief wont with
him to sco about tho matter and when
between tho coal elevators and the
building occupied by tho Ainsoa Lum
ber Company tho follow attempted to
get away and put up a pretty stiff flght
with the Chief. Ollicor Tollo sonu up
peared on tho gcono of action, howovor,
and when ho pulled out his plstot the
fellow soon lost his fighting spirit and
was soon lodged in jail.
Mearus formerly lived In this city
nnd is u son pf Andrew Mearus of Mt.
Storhng. Tho father formerly run n
broom factory in this city.
Chief Mackey left this .morning ovor
tk? O. .& O, for Mt, Sterling witk tfae
Tho Oreendalo is
due down tonight
Mayor .T. Wesley Leo went to Cin
cinnati yestorday to bo gone for sev
eral days on business connected with
i Her improvements,
Mrs. J. Elgin Anderson and daugh
ter, Miss Christine of I)oir, and the
former's cousin, Mrs. Mattio Hunyon
IIiimmis of Columbus, 1ml., were visit
ing iu Maysvlllo Monday.
MARVIN LEE PROMOTED.
IBrakeman Marvin Leo of this city, on
tho L. & N., out of Maysvlllo, has
boon promoted to a bettor position, bo
tween Cincinnati and Inoxvlllc. He
will now resido with his family at
die resided in tho Ilaarrisou Plats in
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY'S
On November 10th, a United States
Oovcrnmetit steamer will leao Brook
lyn, N. Y., carrying Christmas gifts
donated for tho children of Kurope.
Tho Adams Express Company will car
ry such Christmas gifts freo of charge
to Brooklyn, N. Y., from points where
tho express ser ice is nocessnrj on ac
count of the limited time between now
and sailing. ' The shipments must be
marked, "Christmas Oitts for the C'hll
dreii of rjuropp."
Agent at Masifie, Ky.
Don't Put Off Any Longer
while stocks are complete.
We are pleased to announce
ours are all new and reason
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
Photography is nn art, or not, ac
cording to tho ability of tho Photo
graphers. Au Artist can make a beautiful
womnii more beautiful, can add to the
Portrait, lines of graceful composition,
charitably concealing or prettily e'npha
Hizing lights and shadows.
Abovo all ho strives to shpw those
lines of character which often trans
iorm tho plainest faces.
Wo pride ourselves
That wo aro artists,
jiay wo provo it in
Our work for youf
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
THE HIGH SCHOOL
Tho course this year presents a wide
variety of entertainment.
To those musically inclined wo havo
three of tho leading musical attractions
on tho Lyceum platform: Madame Scot
ney, Kilield.iffer Company, and the
Those liking demonstrations in
science and art, will bo interested in
Williams, tho electrician, and Ross
Crane, tho cartoonist and clay modeler.
To thoso who think thero is nothing
that equals a good humorous lecture
Sylvester Long will meet their highest
expectation. Whilo Lr. Evans and ajiss
Margaret Stahl will give high class
entertainment In tho way of lecture and
Only two cases In Polico Court yes
terday Nnt Oeis and Ham Combess,
drunks, were fined lO.SO each.
Mr. Henry E. Pogue, Jr., who has
been spending tho past suminor in Can
ada, arrived homo sometime ago.
SERVICES AT CITY MISSION.
Thero ivero religious services at tho
City Mission, Tuesday evening at 730.
Ke. Simpson of Forest avenuo M. E.
Church, was in charge.
Miss Lola Chamberlain is visiting
Iu Co ington.
air. W. W. Wikoff wi
s a Cincinnati
Attorney John L. Chamberlain was a
Cincinnati visitor yesterday.
NIGHT CLASS IN BOOKKXEPING.
Miss Margaret R. Hrown will opon
a night class iu Bookkeeping, Monday,
November (ith. Phono 102. 3-Ct
"THE BEST LUMBER I EVER USED"
This from n satisfied customer means a great deal to us. It proves that we
arc serving this community with the best LUMHUR that can be produced. We
are prepared to furnish you iu any kind of Lumber or other lluildiug Material.
We sell to some exacting customers and satisfy them. We can satisfy you. We
think we can save you money. Let us know your needs today. Come in and talk
it oer or phone your order. Prices guaranteed.
The Mason Lumber Go.
Cor. Second and Limostono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVBLLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L, N. Bkhan.
The physician you consult is one whose reputation you
know for accuracy iu diagnos nig and prescribing the proper
remedies. The druggist to whom you intrust your prescription
should be chosen with the same care. We cater to those who
demand minute accuracy and promptness in filling prescriptions
because of our wide reputation and up-to-date facilities.
IW. Fm WILLIAMS DRMnvSVILLE, KY.
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Snoe Store
P. HECMNGER A GO.
Tho past Saturday surely was "Balmncnan Coat Day" iu our Store. Wo know of
no garment that has so suddenly pprutig into public favor. We may say, "There is a
perfect craze for them," and justly so thoy aro dressy and comfortable. Wo havo a
big varioty of them. Amoug the numerms styles wo want to tell you of oue number
that wo bought in large quantities thoy aro beautifully made, silk shoulder and sleevo
lining. We havo them iu half a d- v. sn dilFeront colors aud all sizes. Whilo tho lot lasts
wo are going to sell thorn for $12.50. $20 will not buy a better one. At this price
they will move fast. Como in before thoy are closed out.
The best $f Mackinaw Coat in the countr) some at $7, $S, $10 all splendid
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We Offer More Than Ever
More in many ways matorialp, tailoring, finish
ing and smart designs. They are the best made
suits aud coats wo over had so absolutely true to
line that women of uormal build don't noed to havo
them altered. Suits at all prices from $35 down to
$15. Nothing cheaper (except somo suits that aro
reduced) because we sell no garments wo cannot
recommend for fit and wear. Coats aro $25 down
to $7. Nothing cheaper for reasons statod abovo.
Hosiery Little Priced
but Hunt quality nevertheless.
Women's Stockings, 15c pair. Fine black,
cotton; double heels and toes.
Men's half hose 12jc pair. Black and colors;
double heols, soles and toes.
Men's half-hoso25e pair. Imported black lisle;
double heols, soles and toes; black cotton with uu
Waists in New Autumn Styles
Silk, chiffon and voile waists in liberal varioty.
Every sort of waist likely to enter into your scheme
of dress. Sovoral charming lingerie styles.
Silk Waists as cheap as $1.9S.
Chiffon as low priced as $3.98.
Embroidered Voile for only $1.35.
1 THE VERY NEWEST IN
As shown in the Fifth Avenue Exclusive Millinery
Shops. Geranium color velvet trimmed with
monkey fur. Of course you will find them here
first, because as soon as the new things strike New
York they are sent to us.
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