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' $ ' L AMERICAN JIBLE SOCIETY i TOBACCO
MUST BE THAT MOVIE RINO.
Mary had n Uttlo ring, It was given her
And ovorywhero that Mary wont, that
ring was suro to go.
Sho took the ring with hor ono day
when sho wont out to tea,
Whero sho might show It to tho girls,
who numbered twenty-three.
And when tho girls all saw tho ring,
thoy mado a groat ado;
And all exclaimed in chorus: "Has it
at last got 'round to you?"
MRS. MARTHAJ. HcILVAIN
Died Suddonly Yesterday Morning At
tho Homo of Her Son and Daufih-
tor In Tliis City.
Mrs. Martha Agnes Mcllvaiii, ono of
the county's oldest and most respected
residents, was suddenly stricken with
apoplexy xesterday morning about 8
o'clock and at 10:110 o'clock quietly
Deceased was born at Orangeburg,
tliis county, on Juno 0, 1827, and lived
there the greater part of hor life. Her
husband, tho late Isaac L. Mcllvain.
preceded her to tho grave thirteen
years ago, and sinco that time sho has
lesided in this city with her sou and
She is suivivcd by two daughters and
three sons Miss Bcttic of this city,,
Mrs. William Tugglo of the county, Mr.
William Winslow Mcllvain of this city,
Mr. Kicli.ml L. Mcllvain of Rockwell,
Ky., and Mr. Thomas lC Mcllvain of
Mrs. Mcllvain was a kind mother,
nn affectionate wife and a good neigh
bor and her death came as a shock to
her many friends.
The funeral will bo held Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock from her Into,
home on Front street. Interment in
Maysvillo cemetery. Please omit flow;
KAPPA SIGMA PI.
Thero will be a called meeting of tho
Kappa Sigma Pi Tuesday evening at
7 o'eloek at the Tilird Street M. K.
church. Several new members will bo
initiated and several important matters
will be brought befoie the lodge.
G. A. R. MEETING.
All members of Joseph lleiser Post
Si. HI n ' 1 ...Ml ....,. II. ! niMnltuf
fjM), vi. i, Jhf, iu umub HII3 U.-lLllo
at 7 o'clock with (Jomrado loan snop
aid in East Fourth street.
Not much wiutor as yet, and for this
Doo't forget that we are headquar- J
Remington, Winchester, Parker, L. i
C. Smith, La Fewer, Stevens- and all
well-known makes. . 1
All gauges, 10, 12, 16 and 22's.
Hunting Coats, Leggings, Gun Cases
and all hunting accessories.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Don't forget, too, that with every $i cash
purchase you stand a chance of getting either that
Touring Car or Runabout that we are going to
give away next year. Get in line.
HHIMM1 IHMHMH1HMHMW !
!Ncw Orleans molasses has just
IIS PINE, Price 65c a gallon.
Hodls Annual Mooting Last Night At
Contral Prosbytorian Church Offl.
cors Elcctod Fino Sormon
By Rov. Oampboll.
(Last night at tho Contral Presby
terian church tho annual meeting of
tho Maysvlllo and Mason county branch
of tho American Hiblo Society was hold,
President W. W. Ball being in tho chair.
Secretary John Boulden read tho fol
lowing resolution of respect for their
departed brother, Mr. John O. Pocor:
Whereas, Sinco our last annual moot
ing, tho treasurer and keeper of tho de
pository of this society, Mr. John Clay
ton Pccor, has boon called'to his eternal
Resolved, That this society do now
put on record our tcstimouy to the
f.'ithful and cfllclotit manner in which
ho discharged for tho loug term of
twenty-two years, the duties of his of
fice, and our high appreciation of his
valuable service. In tho ninety-two
j ears of tho existence of this society, it
has been served in ofilelnl places by
some of tho most prominent and im
portant citions of this community, mid
Mr. Pecor's interest nnd service nos
been among the most notablo of these;
Resolved, That this action of the s
cicty bo recorded in our minutes, a
copy sent to the city papers and a copy
sent to tho family of our deceased
brother, with tho tender of our heart
'i felt sympathy.
G. W. GEISKL,
ALLA-N D. COLR,
After the reading of the minutes, a
nominating committee, composed of
Messis. James B. Wood, J. llarrj
Richardson and Henry llelmcr, was ap
pointed nnd during their absence from
the room tho reports of tho different
churches were received.
On the recommendation of the com
mittee the following officers were se
lected for tho ensuing year
President W. W. Ball.
Vive Presidents All officiating pas
tors of tho city.
Secretary C. B. Holsteiu.
Treasurer J. Clayton Pecor.
Executive Committee John C. Bur
well of the First M. E. church, south:
C. S. Dalo of the Tilird Street M. E.
church; James Childs of the First Pres
byterinn chinch; Harry II. Barklcy of
tho Christian church; A. D. Cole of tho
Episcopal church; R. B. Owens of the
Central Presbyterian church; Ocorgo W.
Royso of tho Second M. E. church,
south, and M. A. Wallingford of Stow
Rov. W. B. Campbell of tho First M.
12. church, south, was tho speaker of
the evening ,and his sormon was prac
tical mil full of good thought, and
every Christian found much in it to
nid him in his life.
arrived. THE QUALITY
Market To Open Here Tomor
row at Seven Loose
Total Sales on the Maysville Market
Since Opening -in 1909 Were
Following aro tho total sales each
i ear on tho Maysville tobacco breaks
sinco tho opening of tho loose leal
market in 1!10:
Pounds Sold Avorngo l'rico
1909-10 8,410,110 $13.04
1010-11 15,70.1,055 7.00
1011-12 18,735,085 0.20
1012-13 23,237,105 12.SI
1013-14 10,713,235 10.10
Total... 80,000,180 $10,714-5
Thus it will bo seen what the Mays
!llo market means to the people ot
this city and county.
Over $8,000,000 in cash paid out by
tho Maysvillo warehouses to tho grow
ers alone, besides thousands of dollars
for expenses, etc.
It's tho biggest tiling we've got and
every effort must be put forth to de
clop our market.
Tho yearly sales have averaged over
17,500,000 pounds sinco the market
started and tho sales should hereafter
go to tho 20,000,000 mark each season.
The sales capacity of tho seven loose
leaf houses hero nro 400,000 pounds per
day, with over eight acres of llooi
space, ample stable accommodation
free, And everything else for tho con
venience of tho growers.
The market this season opens hcio to
moirow, December 8, nt 10 o'clock a. in.
Tho offerings for tho first week or
two may bo light as thero nro many
things to cause the farmers to hold on
uwhilo before delivering their crops.
However, tho prospects aro bright for
nnothor successful season, as the 1011
crop is a good ono and tlio past week's
wenthor has been ideal for taking down
Tho seven Maysvillo plants opening
this week aro tho following:
Tho Homo Wnrohouse.
Tho Independent Warehouse.
Tho Growers Warehouse.
Tho Central Warehouse.
Tho Farmers Warehouse
Tho Planters Warehouse.
Tho Amazon Warehouse.
Thero aro five reilrying plants and six
Mr. Thomas J I. Cray's new broker
ago liouso is a now foaturo to tho .Mays
ville business that should prove an im
portant factor in enlarging our market.
Tho opening of tho market, of course,
means n substantial Iocnl business
boom nnd our merchants, hotels, etc.,
will get tho bonefit of it first and every
enterprise will profit by it.
TO BE OR NOT TO BE
Mason County Farmers Hold Meeting
Saturday Afternoon To Determine
Whether or Hot They Shall
Put Out a Tobacco
Crop Next Year
Committees Appointed To Visit Farmers and
Find Out Their Views in Regard
To tne Matter
Saturday afternoon last a number of
Mason county's prominent farmers mot
h Squire Frqd W. Bauer's ofilco at thu
court houso and hold an important moot
ing to find out tho concensus of opin
ion of thoso present in regard to tho
tobacco situation In Mason county.
Tho point under discussion was
whothor or not tho farmers should sell
their tobacco now qt to hold It back
until noxt year for salo and thou to
raiso no crop during tb.at year.
County Demonstrator A. M. Casoy
was appointed to act as chairman of tho
mooting and aftor ho had called the
mooting to order, Mr. M. F. Guilfoylo
took tho floor nnd explained tho mat
tor to thoso assembled.
A nominating committee, composed of
M. F. Guilfoylo of LowisburgJ Hon
Marshall q Washington nnd O. G. Dog
man of Orangeburg nominated tho fol
lowing gontlOmou from tho following
proeinetB to mnko a tour of tho county
and And out Just what all of tho farm
era think of tho plan: . ,
Fornloaf Chnrlos 'Wallingford.
flordls Bon Wood.
I -ri ..in- n xir TTl.
Coal, West Virginia Lump Coal
It lias been the General Opinion) that GOOD COAL could not be
had from the Railroads. You can gee any grade of COAL you want
by Rail. We have started with the IiEST that can be had from the
MINES and we will always sell the REST GRADES. We guarantee
your Satisfaction. Remember, you can get the BEST from us just as
(Jiiiwir as you can get a cheaper
will convince YOU.
- And Remember, we are leaders
LUMBER AND BUILD
and we have the Largest and Best
eastern Kentucky. Your Satisfaction G
made from us.
Jh& Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Socond and Limestone Sts.
A. A. McLaughlin.
Dietrich William Colpoy.
Washington Elmer Downing.
Helena Frank Costigan.
Hilltop John Downing.
Minerva Frazco Weaver.
Orangeburg Louis Collis.
Murphys illo Kobcrt Watson.
Gormantown "W. N. Woodward.
Dover 'William Lauderborgcr.
1'lugtown Ksqniro I'errine.
East Mayslick John Duncnn.
West Mayslick Alfred Peed.
This contemplated mov'o by tho farm
ers, although it might prove a serious
blow to tho local tobacco markets,
would in the long run probably prove a
benoflt to tho farmers, should they
raiso food stufTs next year, owing to tho
fact that the big European wnr will
create a demand such as has never been
DISSATISFACTION IN CLARK
Clark lounty tobacco growers, dis
satisfied with prices paid for their pro
duet, called a mass meeting at Win
ehestor Saturday afternoon to take
stops to organio a pool for tho 1014i
tobaeco crop, with a viow to forcing
W. O. T. U. MEETING.
Tho regular meeting of tho W. C. T.
IT. will bo held this afternoon at .1
o'clock at tho home of Mrs. Womblo in
West Second street.
l'irst shipment received of 10,000
bushels of river eoal.
G. W. MoDAXIKL & CO.
You couldn't ask for a nioro charming or varied collection
botweon tho prices of 5c and 50c. At 5c Women's lill linen.
At 10c Men's all-linen. Women's embroidorcd one-corner I flaxen.
At ICc Womon's ono-corncr-cmbroidored all-linen. Womeil's all-
linen with embroidered initial.
For men, plain hemstitched or with elongated initials in two
styles. For women Appensell or Maderia embrodcry in countless
designs. Fronch hems embroidered In ono cornor with emliroi
dered design above hem. Transparent corner with embroidery.
Edge nnd corner of Irish crochet. Narrow hem with tiny rings
of bluo or roso and handsome oyolot ombroidered design. VWo
could endlessly enumerate our 25c handkerchiefs. Tho only way
to do them justice is to sco
Tho flfty-cont stock is
linen with exquisite ombroidory.
Boxed handkerchiefs aro
UTTERLY WIPED OUT!!
N vnr hiipo ,,Ij'." r.hn nnnr Tndifln. sknlknrl r.hrmicrh tiinnr wnnda nnrl winnrl hia wnnninrr nosn nnnn the handle O' '
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his tomahawk, were HANDKERCHIEFS ever seen in such big quantity and such small prico as at our place today m
Thore'd jut as much difference, too, botweon our prices anu tho noxt man's a thore is between an Indian chief and ajjfkl
Lndhs' Embroidered Handkerchiefs (1 in a box 10c.
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs (3 in a box) 2f)c.
Ladied' Embroidorcd Handkerohiefd (C in a burnt wood
Childrons Handkerchiefs (2 in a,hox) 10c: x--
j. j j j jj j. j j . j
.. "DOLLY DIMPLE" WITH A
J HANDMADE HAT IS $MD
.j. .j. . .j ij. ? ? f trv
graclli trom others. A Trial ORDER.
jped Planing MILL in North-
baranteed on every Purchase
Phone 5M9. NIAVSVILLE, KY.
1. N. Bkhan.
J. E. THRELKELD, SECRETARY,
OR ANV OF THE DIRECTORS.
'STONEWALL'S" HOME BURNS.
Weston, W. Va. Tho birthplace of
"Stonewall 'I Jackson, famous Confed
erate genernlv was burned last night,
Tho Ladies f Aid Society of the Third
Street M. E. hurch will meet Wedncs
day afternoon) at 2 o'clock with Mrs.
James L. FineXty in Limestone street.
D. MECHINGER & CO. tt3Sll$t
We wrant you to take advantage of our recent purchase of Bilmacaans and M.tck
inaws thAy are better values f v tho mjney you pay for them than you can find in any
Clothing liouso in tho Slate.
Wo aro selling excellent wearing boys Norfolk Suite at $3 50, $4, and $5. Boys
Overcoats and Balmacaans $4, $5, and $(5.
We an still selling the Eclipse Shirt at $1, the best $1 shirt in tho Country, Thoy
Eclipse all cUher shir's at the juice.
Our Man's aud B ys' Shoes aro the best makes in America, every pair guaranteed
to give reasonable satisfaction.
Always cot. tickets on
IMon's nently hcrnstitchtd all-
almost as varied. The finest sheorAst
as follows: For mon, $1' in
CHRISTIAN CHURCH BAZAAR
Tho nununl Christian church bazaar,
hold this year last Friday and Saturday
nt Miss Lunian's hat shop, was a very
successful affair, and tho sum of $'2'2
was rcalicd from tho venture.
Mrs. .). Harbour Russell, president of
tho Bazaar Club, who with her ablo
helpers, mado tho salo a success, said
they thought at first this year's ba
Loose Leaf Kodak Albums.
Three cases of Dolls
The best line of Pictures ever shown by us.
. r. KACKLEY & CO.
WILLIAMS' COUGH SYRUP
A pleasant and reliable remedy for Cough?,
Colds, Crnnp, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough,
Difficult Breathing, Asthma, Brouchitis, Sore
Throat and all affections of the pulmonary organs.
Au absolutely aafo remedy for old and yonng.
Af. F. WILLIAMS
the haudnorao presents we are going to give our patrons.
E50ilISrC3-ER. &, CO.
tialed and 0 to a box. For women at 50c and 75c 3 to a box.
In tho $1 box, 3 or 4. In tho $1 box, 4. Tho boxes aro all
pretty and tho handkerchiefs aro attractively tied with ribbon.
Pure linen cxqulsitoly hemst'tched and embroidered.
For children Slods, telephones', holly trimmed boxes nnfl
othor conceits, each containing threo hemstitched handkerchiefs
A cnrefully chosen stock. Children's sets $1.25 to $5. Wom
en's sots $7 to $25. Miiffs .$2 to $15.
WOMEN'S SPECIAL COATS
$10, $12&, $15
Wondorfully good-looking conservative stylos. Wide-wale,
sorgo, korsoy, chinchilla, Scotch mixtures. Black and colors.
V Children's Handkerchiefs Ci
I Ladies' All'Linen Embroidered Handkorchiofs 25c and- 3
ijLadies' Initial Handkorchiofs' 10c and 25c.
VMen's Handkorchiofs 5o to 50e.
zaar would bo a small attain
ed out to bo a largo ono.'
O. W. B. M. MEETI1
Tho C W. B. M. Auxiliary
Christian church will meet this
at 7 o'clock with Mrs. Joseph 1
All members urged to attend.
Today l9 tho last day for dlsq
December 1 gas bills.
from Germany cheaper.
in a box) lfio.
? A . J T A d J J
BIG LOT OF BOOKS AT g
10c AND .25c
GtlBEL A CC AMTA Otiia.uriJuWivltoXlc
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