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ilSppo0KWfi-MS MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT.
iXl the Sallio Wqod Drug Store, Sat-
llfiinif aa tTn UniKfln fa n mil
" 2lpM'r. anil Mrs. John Richardson left
isit in uinuinnnti.
f ,lthls motning for a v
tegular meeting of Maysvillo Coun-
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lo'oVlock. A full atteiulancc desired.
V4 T. W. Bit HEN, G. K.
JOHN McAULll-TK. Sec.
I -ldraiinjrcr Claude Watktns, of the
'(While Unit, and little daughter Vir-
fB ginia, spent jv-ierday in the Oui-eii
x Qity, roturulng ho'no this morning with
fltlr.-Theo. Kirk, in his handiome Pack
, Covington notes in Cincinnati Com
mercial Tribune: Mrs. Tannic Hays
of Maysville, who canio from Louisville
whoro sho was visiting her nenhow,
i-A'lox Worthington, will bo located at
"the Mqrallee, of Covington, for the
j'the o. w. b. m. to meet with
m4 " ME. KNOX TOMORROW.
'". "'.The 0. AV. B. M., of the Chrhti.in
.Church, will meet with Mrs. It. t
itnox'in Wct Third street, S.iturd.ij
'evening at 7 oVlook.
li A full attendance is desired as ar-
, rangements will be made for the
"0. AV. B. M. Days' to be given in
"LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN"
.Tohu W. Porter was in Cinctn-
fnati, Wednesday, to see his son, Mr.
Koy Portor, who is a member of the
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fif US(UC JIUU 3 I"'VI HilllJ H...MI-1-
mcro's Fan," at the Grand, this week.
pHoy is a Maysvillo boy, popular, Intel
ligent and successful on the stago, and
will make a career for himself.
Wonl was receiveil hero yesterday
by Mr. W. I Hall announcing the
de.ith of 'Mr. .Tames Cummins, at his
homo in Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday cfter
noon, but did not give nny particulars
regarding his death.
'Mn. Cummins formerly resided in
this city and was engaged In tho un
dertaking business with Mr. John W.
Portor, for n number of years. For tho
last three years, howovor, he has held
the position of Superintendent of Holly
wood Cemetery Company, in Atlanta,
The remains aro oxjieclcd to irrive
on most nny train and they will be
tnken immediately to tho Maysvillo
Cemetory, whore a short servico will
bo hold by Itev. It. L. Bonn, pastor of
tho Central Presbyterian church.
(There seems to be some doubt about
tho death of Mr. Cummins, as his re
mains have not arrived hero for burial.
Miss Anno Montgomery Hunter and Mr,
Ivan Stannard Davis Married
Friends and relnthcg in this city
aro in receipt of tho following wedding
Mr. and Mrs. George ihonipson Hunter
announce tho marriage of their
Mr. Ivnn Stannard Davis
Wednesday, November the fouith
one thousand nine hundred and fourteen
Huntington, West irginia.
At Home, after November Fifteenth
Tho brido is a very attractive Mays
villo girl and cordial congratulations
pour out to the hnppy couple.
THE ATTENTION OF THE BUS!
NESS PUBLIC IS ESPECIALLY
CALLED TO THE SPLENDID SHOW
ING; OF THE BANK OF MAYSVlLLE,
NATIONAL BANKING; ASSOCIA
TION, PUBLISHED IN TODAY'S
I TALLY CARDS!
t A new line of Tally aud Piaoo Cards just received.
3fo nnd 25c Tally Uurdu, choice lUc per dozen;
some few left at fc per dozeu. Score Pada aud
Program Pencils of all varieties.
if. r. KAGKLEV & CO.
Ui . . Rain Aorons.
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MIKE BROWN, !
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
DEADLY PITS TELL
AWFUL STORY OF
London, Nov. fl. rTlio correspondent
of tho Chronicle in Northern Franco
states that tho Baunockburn ruso has
been repented successfully by the
British lu tho battle of tho Yser. 11"
"About 2o yards in front of oir
trenches deep pits wero dug. Theso
were covered with branches and loose
turf, us at Bannockburn, aud into these
the Germans fell in heaps, calling out
pitiably when, too late, they discovered
"Our troops watched their destrnc
tion with a grim sang frold and con
tinued to bring down as many as pos
sible before they reached tho p'.ts so
that they would not bo too pilckl
"Although tho worin.uis more than
tilled the pits others came on in greater,
numbers and the pits soon became n
scene of npulliug horror. Tho Gormnnf
struggled, cried and fought ono another
ir their vain attempts to extricate
themsehes. Many Nero accidentally
transfixed by the biyonets of thos who
had first fallen, while others were sho
by comrades. A shell fell into one pit
and the huddled mnss within was blowi
out of existence."
HEAVY NAVAL LOSSES MARK
FIRST MONTHS OF THE WAR.
One hundred ami sixteen warships of
all kinds have been destroyed, damaged
or otherwise been put out of actioi
iince the war began, according to o
llel.il admission of the various countries,
supplemented by reports from unofficial
Some of tho unollicial statement
hae not been confirmed by the in
tirested governments, pirticular'y in
the cnes of Germany and Austria. The
total official and unotiicial losses are:
Uermnny, 10; -ngland, IM; -.ustr
13; Riihsin, 10; Japan, II; 1'r.un'o, 2;
Turkoy, 2. Total 110.
YOUNG PEOPLES' DA.
.vs one of the spocinl days in thn
io To Church campaign, tho uliristinn
Church will have a Young .uember-
Day. All tho ounger members of the
church aro expected to bo in attend
.nice upon the morning church service
An appropriate and timely message
will b given in the sermon to the
xouiig people by the minister, A. V.
"THE BEST LUMBER I EVER USED"
This from a satisfied eustotucr means n great deal to us. It proves that we
nre serving this community with the best LUMHHR that can be produced. We
are prepared to furnish you in uny kind of Lumber or other Building Mnterinl.
We veil 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 over or phone your order. Prices gum. in teed.
The Mason Lumber Go. '-
Cor. Second and Limostono Sts. Phono 519.' MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. MoLaugulin. L, N. Bkhan.
MISS MARGARET STAHL
Delights Largo and Appreciative Au
dienco at High School Auditorium
Last Night in tho First Num
ber of tho Lyceum Course.
'Last night at tho High School Audi
torium, Miss Margaret Stahl held the
undivided attention of some fi hun
dred people when she gave a dramatic
leidmg of the pluj "Strnngheart."
Miss Stahl is signally gilted as n
reader. Accurate in concept, effective
in rendition and fascinating in person
ality, she cnptintcd her audiunce Her
depiction and interpretation of the
various characters swept the audience
trom one emotion to another and at
the same time drove homo a wholesome
and uplifting lesson.
Miss Stahl is an artist in every
sense of the word and she has attained
a pre-eminent place among women
readers, being regnrded ns a model for
other readers. Simple, unallectel and
natural, her art is completely sincere,
close to life and chartcter, utterly fiee
from tlie chrmno ipialities that make
the declaimer odious to the intelligent
This was Miss Stahl 's second ap
peiraneo in Maysville and it w is
thought by many that her rendition ot
"Strongheart" was even better than
"The Dawn of a Tomorrow," given
two j ears ago.
I1. Augustus lleine, owner of im
meiisc- copper interests in tho West, died
Yesterday at tho County Clerk's
office. Frank L. Powers, aged 21, ot
Cedarville, Green county, Ohio and
Grace Center, aged 21, of Selina, Clark
count , Ohio, were united in marriage
bv .ludgo W. II. Rice.
Another Ono of Bracken County's
Leading Citizens Passes Away.
'Bela Ogdcn was born near Milford,
.'o enfber 2nd, 1811, died nt his home
there Thursday night, October 2!), of
stomach .trouble and other eonalica
tions. For a number, of years he lud
been president of the Milford Bank,
as well as being interested in the null
at that place, and during this time,
besides the other interests mentioned
alios e, managed to accumulate 424
acre of tho best land in Itiaekeu
county, a good part of which is North
Mr. Ogdcn 's wifo died about twenty
two years ago, leaving him a so i nnd
daughter, Mrs. Hulda Ogden and
m L im mm DEADLY PITS TELL
VHRpHK rii u Passed Away at Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday
SaHfc .TnrMKS Afternoon Remains Will Bo
sEL" JtfcVlj W m Brought Hero For Interment.
SfaMlo mado all his alms-giving pay,
(Mjlld wealthy Mr. Foster;
ilpiacliiitimo ho'd give a dime away
kptoHo'dJumt up a reporter.
'jJlH&oday is tho last day for discount,
-5pfiNo ember 1st gas bills.
NIGHT CLASS IN BOOKKEEPING.
Miss Margaret It. Hrown will opon
n night class in Bookkeeping, Mond'iv,
Nocuibor Utli. Phono 102. a Ot
I'rnnkfort, Ky., Nov. I. Governor
McCreary today issued his annual
Thanksgiving proclamation, laying
especial emphasis on tho fact that peace
obtains lu this country.
For Woman's Suffrage-
"Official count will bo neccss-iry.
Rev Gcorgo Poe, aged 1)1 years, dfed
at Bladestou, Bracken county, last Saturday,
TEAOHLivS TO MEET.
There will be a meeting of teachers
nt Miss Jessie O. lancey's office, Sat
urday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Lowis Johnson, aged 21, and
Miss Nonh Bailoy, aged 21, both of
Shcrburn, Ky., wero married by Judge
W. H. Rico yesterday in tho County
TO EDIT HIGH SuHOOL PAPER.
Threo of tho boys of tho Sonior
Class of the Mnysullo High School will
launch a four-column, lour pago news
paper, sometime in the near future.
The paper will bo issued semi monthly.
a irird blow in
The physician you consult is one whose reputation you
know for accuracy in diagnos ing 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.
M. F. WILLIAMS BBMSk kv.
0. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Snoe Stora
We Are Headquarters for
Balmacaan and MACKINAW
"They are going to be the rage this Kail and Winter." They will be worn by the little
ones as well as the grown-ups; by girls as well as boys. Bring in your little ones and see how
cute they look in them.
Our Stock of Overcoats
Represents such a variety of Models and Fabrics that it would be difficult to describe, but it is no
trouble to show them to you when you are in the mood to investigate; in fadt, it will be a pleasure
to show you through.
Very tnily yours,
D. HEElOEiiasrca-ElR. c&, CO,
OPENING BASKET BALL GAME.
The boss' basket ball team of tin
Mujsullo High School will journey to
Germantown this afternoon nnd will
play tho first game of the season with
the boys of that place. The line up will
be as follows:
Center (1. Martin.
Forwards Sid Parker and Clirence
Guards Joo IMwiu Mathewi and
uhstitutes Stanley Parker and
HISTORICAL AMERICAN PANGS GIVE
GRAPEFRUIT SPECIAL. Cheaper Than Oranges
SmN &t 35 CmKs a hm Law Size 45 Cutis 2 Bum
ttMm we haye'svefbierj able to sell them. ,
TlBriUliIf ' " . .: ' -WWUwsk
Thoso who saw tho Historical Amer
ican Paintings at Tho Gem Thentor,
Thursday afternoon and evening, no
doubt saw tho possibilities in the col
lection under favorable conditions
That all theso possibilities wero not
realized was duo first to tho fact thnt
tho operator found that tho slides wero
made for a calcium light and that tho
oiectric current was too strong to per
mit of keeping each picturo on tho
screen long enough.
It is tho purposo of thoso making
the collection that each picturo should
remain on tho screen ouo minute, giving
timo for explanation and comment.
Tho second disadvantage was in tho
fact that tho lecturers hnd had no op
portunity to look over tho manuscript,
which was not received until tho day
tho pictures wero used.
Neither of these conditions can uiTeet
the pottery exhibit to bo shown at
-Miss Lumnn's millinery storo in De
cember. Tho time given to each piece
of pottery will bo determined by each
inspector for himself.
If tho Art Department of Tho Gen
eral Federation of omen's Clubs noxt
year oilers Maysvillo tho sixty slides
of Contemporary American Paintings,
thoy should U shown at tho High
School Auditorium, frco to all tho
schools, nnd ten cents charged 'idults,
to meet tho necessary expenses. Then
each picturo can bo given its full timo
nnd tho entire OVCnlng dovoted to the
But oven with tho disadvantages
named tho dignity, high character and
beauty of tho portrait1 could not bo
obscured, tho oxqulslto ntmonphoro and;
Coloring pi tho landscapes destroyed
or the, lmpjosslvonosu of tho symbollo
,'psinllHjfiiSBdtthe mofl Fm.-. a
Means Fineness in Table Damask
nnd wo don't thiuk It ever meant bo much as it does
in thi,e special lot. For distinctive pattern", satin
finidh, exquisite texture, it h certainly unsurpassed
and scarcely equalled. Two )urds wide, $1 yard,
varied patterns. Napkins to match $2 98. NOT
Underwear at Modest Prices
Certainly rates have not increased on under
clothes here, oven if there is a threatened shortage
of lares and embroideries.
Please look, for example, at tho new, pretty
stylos- of nightgownB at $1. The Corset Covors at
25c and 50e.
New Black Costume Fabrics
Gaberdine, broadcloth, needle cord poplin,
silk-and'wool crepe, French and storm serge in "jet
black" not greenish black uor purple black but a
deep rich black which guaruntces it true color in
tho strong north light in which we show it. All
fabrics are double width, all prices are moderate
59c to 2
Suits For $18.50 and $22.50
The latest stylo touches, tho new colors and fab
rics aro found here in suits at theso prices. Smart
skirts made on yokes and with pleats to give the
fashionable fullness. Coats in redingote, military
and Hare styles. Suits that aro so carefully tailored
they require practically no alteration for women of
normal size. New York models just received from
Our New York buyer
wants to know what
we are doing with all
the Suits we are order
ing. He says "he is
sending us a dandy lot
and way under price."
We have not been them
yet, but guess we will
mark them about
Come In and let us
show you how we do
All of our Hats are carefully
That's why you find only the
newest and "up-to-date" styles
Our Millinery Trimmings are
made in our own Philadelphia
factory. Try us if you want a
high-grade Hat at a low-grade
See the new "Geranium Vel-
v ets" at $3.98.
The Shoe that has
made good shoes
We are selling a big lot of
the plain toe with the cloth top,
button, of course.
They are $4 and $5.
Nearly every size in stock
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