Newspaper Page Text
mi ,' --f, - r j
' .a 'it;:.', .:
iS....-"-.-.!. .. ..... . ..
Pure Open Kettle, the best! you will
see io Maysville this jlear.
rTijrnr rorQ l
j iiiu uivwj., io:
W. Second St
i. i l . a J jt. 1 itlj Mrifl
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE toENT.
P ". f J'lfi.(7 I.KIMlMt-Uf
. - . ; - j
..- .r e. . . '
!"?? r'-lEJ " '" ""
DayB like thcso wo liko to Jlnglo,
Llko to warblo like a thrush
Soon vrth sorrow wo must minglo,
When wo wallow In tho slush.
The 0. & 0. and
will run Thursday."
L. & N. pay cars
Mr. aiftl Mrs. John M. limit will re
turn from New York this afternoon.
Miss Anna Kidwell of Butler, Ky., has
been a recent guest of Mr. .and Mrs.
',c-fllarry S. Ellis of East Fourth street.
Tho- Mayavlllo Assembly Dancing
;Club will lvo a dance at Neptuno, Hall
l'ridny night. Music by a saxaphoae
County Judge W. II. Uico, Dr. J. R.
?V, Cooper, Messrs. Houston Hall, John
sStcors and W. A. Downoy loft Saturday
lV. r. ..... i.. ... 1 .!... i-l..
v lor rieming cnuniy 1111 u uuuwiig mj.
SETTLEMENT CLUB MEETING
The Settlement Club will hold its reg-
vulnr meeting tins afternoon at 3:lo at
' Mr. John Bush nnd Miss Maggie
Hnrdy of Augusta, wero united in mar--rlago
'"Saturday by Uev, A. F. Felts at
his home In East Second street.
Tho State National Bank hns tie-
t'ela'red the regular senii-anuual dividend
Srif, 3 per. cent and 1 per cent extra, pay-
?ablo December 1, 1914. It.
SPECIAL MEETING OF LIMESTONE
Special cull meeting of Limestone
Eodge No. 30 K. of P., Tuesday eve-
ning at 7;30. Special business and all
' members expected to bo present. Some
thing doing iii eating and smoking.
SHERMAN AUN, K. of R. & Seal.
W. B. Baldwin, C. C.
FREE FREE FREE
M Worth Edison Records
With Horn Typo Phonographs. See our catalog
for cut price roagHzinea.
f. KACKLEV & CO.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
SmN ibf 3S CmU a Um
iCiictiper then Vf have ever beett
HSR &,&' v ' ' y"vij
Passed Awoy Yesterday at tho Homo
of Her Mother In East Socond
Stroet After Prolonged Illness.
Miss Ollio Matthows died yesterday
about noon at tho homo of her mother,
Mrs. Hattio Vaund Mntthows in East
Second street, after a long and r-Unful
illness, nged about 30 years.
,,. f.. .i .1, it.
iMiss Ollio has been ill for some tlmo
with a complication of diseases
but sho boro.hcr suffering with a pa-
tiont Christian fortitude. In her
younger days sho was n talonlcd musi-.loft
clan and this, with hor lovnblo dispos
tlons, won for her a host of friends.
Besides her bereaved mother, de
ceased is survived by two sisters,
Misses Mary and Naomi.
Tho funeral will tako place from tho
lata homo Tuesday aftornoou at 2
o'clock, with services by Bev. A. V.
Stahl of the Christian 'church. Inter
ment in tho Mayavlllo Cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Frazeo of Dover,
have moved to Maysvillo nnd aro nicely
domiciled in a flat at tho olegant Cox
residence in West Second street, now
occupied by Mrs. W. F. Power. Mr.
Fra7eo is ono of tho most experienced
tobacco handlers in Mason county and
this season will bo identified with tlio
Independent house. They aro welcome
residents to Maysvillc.
William Thiete, aged 25, a carpenter,
of Reading, Ohio, and Justo Wcis, aged
21,' of this city, were married by
Squire Fred W. Bauer in tho County
Clerk's ollice Saturday.
MASTER FULTON BORDEN MAN
Saturday afternoon Master Fulton
Borden Manchester, only son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Manchester, very delight
fully entertained thirty of his young
friends at his handsome home in For
est avenue. -Tho happy occasion was in
honor of his sixth birthday. Songs,
recitations and games were tho amuse
ments of tho afternoon, together with
delightful refreshments . furnished by
All wished Fulton Borden many
happy birthday celebrations.
Blankets, - '
. Flash Lights,
; "' ' Storm Fronts,
Cbeaiwr Tban Oranges
Lap &t 45 Cuts i tan ,.
able to, sell piem..
? - . y 'a aik- ,..,
f i iii nii'i ii i ii in mi i hum wmmmmmi iw in i
Charles Gates, Mayavlllo Boy, Has Both
Logs Crushed Off at Carr's Sta
Yesterday afternoon about 1 o'clock
wlillo attempting to alight from a
freight train at Carr's Station, Charles
Gatesj of thls cUyj foll un(er t,J0 trahl
. . . , . . . .
'niid had both legs crushed oil just bo-
low t'10 knccs-
Accompanied by nnother. young man,
J named Kitchen, of Short street, the two
this city yesterday abont noon on
castbound freight train No. 80 for
Carr's Station, whero Antes claimed ho
could socuro work.
The train was running at tho rato of
about thirty miles nn hour, and lu at
tempting to get oft ho caught his foot
and was thrown beneath tho wheels.
Tho injured boy was placed on a cot
and brought down to Concord, from
which place lie was placed in tho bag
gage car of westbound accommodation
train No. 7 nnd was brought to ,iU city.
Ho was conveyed to the homo of his
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. William Gates of
Lexington street, in Coughliu & Co.'s
As tho boy was a trespasser on the
road, tho C. & 0. rofupd to take him
under their caro and it is now up to
tho good peoplo of Maysvillo to see
that ho receives tho proper care and
Dr. Tnulbeo heard of tho boy's con
dition nnd had him removed from his
homo to Wilson hospital and last night
at 10 o'clock both his legs woro ampu
tated below tho kneo by Doctors Tatil
bee, Quigley and McOuire.
Tills is one of the most intensely, hor
rifying cases over seen here, as thi boy
laid nine hours without medical atten
tion, screaming with agony.
Only o,ne case in Police Court Sat
urday William Howell was given
$G.R0 for being drunk.
'Mr. Dennis Desmond, tho faithful,
obliging and popular manager of the
Hunt Department store, is again at his
post after being ill at his East Fourth
street homo for sovoral days.
MRS. SHERMAN ARN VERY Iii.
Mrs. Ella Arn, wife of Mr. Sherman
Arn, is reported very ill at hor home
iu Kast Second street. This is painful
news to tho many friends of this ex
cellent woman, and it is hoped that her
health will soon improve
FOREST AVENUE SCHOOL
loads All Maysvillo Schools lu Good
Rosults Muslcalo Friday Eve
nlng Magnifllccnt Success.
Full to overflowing was our cup of
joy over the decided success socially and
financially of our musicalo Friday
night; aud full to overflowing were
tho sovonth nnd eighth grade rooms of
tho Fprost Avenuo school, the sceuo of
a joyous occasion.
Desks seat and toil and wiadows
were filled and nn unbroken lino around
tho walls, aud, In fact, thoro was no
standlug room which was not pressed
As Mr. R. A. Cochran remarked, "iMot
another place in town could have com
mnnded such an audience."
Masters John Hurwell, Julian Loflor,
Bill Hall Strode, Albiii Jlko, in tho
dearest of childish ways, told us
ctiarming stories which roflocted much
glory on Miss Gortrudo Baugh's train
ing; Miss Elizabeth Drydon, in hor Pur
itan dress, and with quaint manner
lsims, mndo tho oft-repeated Pilgrim
story ngain most interesting.
Tho special music by tho dlfforcnt
grades was much enjoyed and was but
unothor demonstration of Miss Hansel
man's success, of which We can not say
IMorry lassies with chatter and smiles
of Innocenco exchanged "swoets for the
sweet," for our shining coins without
mercy till tho supply was oxhaustcd,
thereby realizing a tidy sum, which,
with tho admission, netted us $13.00.
Mr. Cochran obllgirfgly contribute! fur
thor to tito program with a short ad
dress, and congratulated most hoartily
tho association upon its splondid suc
cess. At tho conclusion of tho program the
guosts wero invited to visit tho newly
equipped rest room which is indeed "n
thing of beauty," and wo trust will
provo a joy forovor. Tho furnishings
woro douatod by Mr. J. iBarbour Rus
sell, to whoso gonorosity our thanks are
doubly duo. .
Trof, Barnes decorated tho floor,
thereby adding anotbor accomplishment
to liia numerous others; and tho teach
em hnvo decided to havo."a finger In
tho plo ulso" by providing curtains,
tnblo covers, otc, -
Wo aro proud nnd with right good
reason, "and wo sincerely thank nil who
cpntriuutad. wltl tiiolr presence and
.LoI;boWJm, aniloordJ.a)ljr..InvjiJo-Vot to
"THE BEST LUMBER I
This from a-satisfied customer means a great deal to us. It nrovcA Hint we
are serving this community with the best
arc prepared to furnish you in any kind
We sell to some exnetintr customers uud
think We can save you money. Let us know your needs today.
it over or phone your order. Prices guaiunteed.
The Mason Lumber Go. "4
Cor. Second and Limostono Sts.
A. A, McLaughlin.
THE HIGH SCHOOL
Mondnynlght, tho 10th, tho Welsh wit
and humorist, Dr. Arthur Evans, will
bo with us nnd present his subject,
"Tho Lords of tho Laud." More titan
twenty years of trovof in Scotland and
England mnko him admirably prepared
to discuss this subject.
"Ho is humorous without being cute,
oratorical without being lurid or ver
bose. 'HJs stories are' fresh and bright.
They fetch a hoarty laugh from all."
"Arthur Evans is ono of tho most
eloquent and'' enthusiastic speakers
heard in Atlanta in a long time." The
Georgian, Atlanta, Oa.
Reserved scats at Williams.
311 HUNTING LICENSES ISSUED.
Up to 8 o'clock this morning County
Clerk J. J. Owens had issued 311 hunt
lag licenses. This is about ono hundred
short of the number that had been is
sued up to tho same time last year.
Clevo Jennings, aged 2D, a farmer, of
(Jeorgetown, Ohio, aud Nellio Gillespie,
aged 21, of Ripley, Ohio, wero married
Saturday by Rev. A. F. Stahl at his
residence iu Hast Fourth street.
I have promised Mr. John I. Win
tor 1 would close up his accounts hero
by the first of tho year. Tliero will be
no further extensions mndo on these ac
counts. Von know what you owe. You
coino and see mo; othcrwiso 1 will call
at ouco for tho collateral.
TIIOS. L. BWAN. 3t.
THE QUALITY which must measure up to the standard Mr. Hunt demands and as he person
ally selects every model there are no haphazard methods tin the choosing.
THE STYLES are not what Mr. Hunt hears are being worn but what he sees in the windows and
on the promenade in Fifth Avenue. One point we emphasize is that every article of our Ready-Wear
Apparel, suits, coats, gowns and blouses are designed and imanufadtured in New York City. All our
purchases are confined to America's greatest fashion cenjtre. We spend two months each season in
New York City, therefore in correctness of styles we can (compete with any city store in popular priced
merchandise though not in variety of styles naturally.
rarely two models alike in different colors.
THE PRICES cannot be bettered anywhere,
positively assure the maximum of style and quality.
COME IN to see
J- v y Jin k. ffifl Mnmi!illtWtik II
f f 1 lafi TiH V In I II 1
lApOTO U P l PQO
II L l iw 1 J vV TB
"J. :- ;''S;KMb' I' '''Slm
jflgafrzayfrntxpf a. '-"'" -r -...--,J. -
LUMI1HR that can be produced. We
of Lumber or other Building Material.
we can sattsly yl
needs today, come
Come iu And talk
Phono 519. HiaYSVILLEl KY.
L. N. Bkhan.
United Stntes District Attornoyi T. D.
Slattery came up from Covington Sat
in day to visit his sister, Mrs. Au'nn G.
Liston of Front street, and to ajtteud
to his largo homo practice. Thomlts D.
is making an Ideal government protlecut
tor. His old homo town always hUngs
out the wclcomo flag when ho ciSmcs
HUNTING SEASON OPENS TOBjAY
No ban has been placed en hunting in
Kentucky, except in Bullitt and IleiUy,
where tho foot and mouth disease) is
known to exist, according to Commis
sioner Newman, aud hunters may ev)en
pass through those two counties pn
trains or iu automobiles, but not On
foot. Tho remainder of tho state, ho.
ever, Is open to tho hunter as heretb
fore. The season opens today if yoju
havo a license.
0. HEGMNGER & GO.
We Are Headquarters for
"They are going to be tluV
ones as well as the grown-ups; l
cute they look in them.
Represents such a variety of Models and Fabrics that it would be difficult to describe, but it is nc;
trouble to show them to you whet.) you are in the mood to investigate; in fadt, it will be a pleasure
to show you through. ', .
V iy truly yours, ,
3D- KCE30JISTGS-EK. cS OO,
Fads to Remember About
is assured by the fadt
the new models iff flare skirts
THE CENTRAL WAREHOUSE CO.
Tho tobacco season will open In Mays
villo on Tuesday, Dccomber 8, and the
Central House is tho first to mako pub
lic announcement of tho opening. Tho
great success of tho Contrul last year
M an assurance that their business will
increaso' tho coining season. Seo adv.
iu this issue
DR. A. 0. BROWNINu SERIOUSLY
Dr. A. G. Browning is again serious
ly 111 at his rooms in tho Carr resi
dence In Mnrkot street, and is suffer
ing Intense pain from neuralgia in tho
legion of his heart. Dr. Quigley and
Dr. Harover aro giving him tho best of
medical attention and his many friends
aro doing all they can to mnko him com
fortable. Ho lias been confined to his
bed for some time. It is hoped that ho
will show improvement by careful nursing.
With evorv twenty-five cent tube of ouv
Idenl Toothpaste we will give you choico of'
any 10c tooth brush wo sell. As we have I
only a limited stock of tooth paste, corao i
nfSrn Fm WW MLLsIiWmS DRUG SljQRE
rage this Fall and Winter." They will be worn,
' girls as well as boys. Bring in your little ones
Stock of Overcoats
3: ' i -
T T T "T T T T T T T T T T t "t f T T t
we nevtr buy twe models
suits as cheap as
and shtart coats Mr. Hunt
PVetty styles in gingham, per
calles, madras and galatea
cloths. Made by New York's
beW manufacturer and sold ex
clusively by us. Sizes 2 years
to 116 years old. :-:-:-:-:
Pites 50c to $6
NIGHT CLASS IN BOOKKEEPING.
Miss Margardt It. Brown will upon
a night class ln Bookkeeping, Monday,
Novouibor Oth. Vhono 102. 3-0t
NOTICE I nnV propnred to do all
kinds of patch york, such as prate
sotting, chimneys (and walls pointed.
Call or drop postil to JOHN S. ED-
OINGTON. Cor. XVood aud Elizabeth
streets. ' l lw-NM
BRING YOUR TURKEYS DIRECT
TO US. PUT PLENTY OF STRAW
IN YOUR WAGON. OUR PRICE
WILL BE 13c DELIVERED, FOR
GOOD, FAT TURKEVS, TROM NOW
UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV. 21st,
THE E. L. MANCHESTER PRODUCE
Maysville's Biggest and Best',
Clothing and Snoe 3tWe
! VI T flr2
JHL I Qf
by the little
l c see hoiiv
T f T T T T T T T 'T T T y t T T T Tt T T t T T T T I
in the same color, and
$17.50 and $19 50 we
has just sent us.
am - 'i '"YE
OT . - -- . f