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Also fine quality SWISS CHEESE.
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"Dear Angel,' said his helpmeet true,
"This hill demands your caro."
IIo looked, and then liko angels do,
Ho wont "up in tho air."
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND
Old Mason County Responding Liber
ally and GO Barrels of Flour Aro
To Bo Sent To Starving People
The Belgian Belief Fund continues to
grow. Mason county people, who re
member tho distress and suffering
caused by our recent flood, are respond
ing liberally to rcliovo the suffering
of tho homeless and foodlcss Belgians,
llnvo you done your part? Wo trust
that overy school, church and Sunday
school in the county will lend a helping
Wo are anxious to send at least 50
barrels of flour and thereby save 50
Mr. C. X. Bolinger at the First Na
tional Bank has chargo of tho general
fund; send your offeringfo him or to
any of tho newspapers. -
The following has been received since
First Baptist Sunday school. .. .$21.00
Mrs. Scott Osborne 5.00
Mrs. ITurdin Lucas 5.00
Mrs. It. n. Osborno 1.00
Master William Osborne Lucas.. 1.00
Mr. J. C. Pickett 2.00
Mr. W. h. Holton 2.50
Mr. D. D. Pickett 2.50
Miss Lottie Wood L00
Mr. B. B. Lovel 50
Mis. Dr? Frneo 50
Mrs. Liila Hall Smith, who is deep
ly interested in this work, collected
$21 of tho above amount.
On Maysville Warehouse Floors and Con- WaS the TaX Ordinance By the
ditions are Favorable For Opening p: n0rlp I oef Cimnmrr
wiij uauo too 1 1. veiling
FIRST SALES AT FARMERS WAREHOUSE
The oponing sales on tho Maysville
loose leaf tobacco market began this
morning at 0 o'clock niul conditions
me ideal, as the weather is soft and
tho weeds aio in fltio shapo for handl
ing. Older of Sales Today.
The Fanners warehouse had the first
salo this morning at 0 o'clock.
Tho first crop sold was that of James
Hoberson of MavsllcK. There woro
1,005 pounds in tho crop and the aver
ago prico paid was $0.21 per hundred.
Tho sales will follow at the" other
Tho Growers, the Central, tho Ama
zon, the Home, tho Planters and the
200,000 Pounds On tho Floor.
There aro at least 200,000 pounds of
tobneco on tho floors of tho seven
houses on sale today.
This is not as much ns was ou hand
at last year's oponing sales, but, con
sidering conditions, it is a good show
ing and tho average prices should bo
satisfactory to all parties.
City Officers Elected For Ensuing Year
Other Business Transacted
SQUIRE DRESEL TO
The condition of 'Squire Fred Dresel,
who is ill at his homo in East Sefcond
street, is that he is resting as well as
can bo expected. Ho is able to go
about his home, but is in no condition
to attend to business.
Tho genial magistrate will bo taken
to Hayswood Hospital 0110 day this
week when an operation will bo per
formed for the removal of a small tu
mor iu his side.
His many friends trust that ho will
como nut O. K.
Horn, last night to Mr. and Mrs.
George Mitchell of tho Fifth Ward, a
Maysville School Teachers Leave
Thursday .Morning For Cincinnati,
Whore They Will Visit
The entire faculty of tho Maysville
public schools, numbering twenty-five,
with Superintendent W. J. Cnplingcr,
will leave Thursday morning for Cin
cinnati whore thoy will make an in
s ectiou of the public schools iu that
Tho Maysville teachers have for the
past several years been making annual
tiins to different cities in order that
they migfit study the most up-to-dato
methods of instructing those whom thoy
havo to teach.
The Maysville teachers will be join
ed at Augusta by the Augusta public
school teachers and they will all go in
a body to tho Queen City.
City Council met in regular session
Inst night, Mayor J. Wesley Leo iu tho
chair and all members being present.
The Mayor reported that ho had col
lected $31.10 during tho past month
for licenses issued.
Tho report of tho Polico Jutfgo was
Fines paid $ G2.75
Worked out 121.50
Working out 22.50
Tho City Treasurer reported a bal
ance of $4,332.05 on hand.
Tho report of tho Claims and Ac
counts Committee, was as follows:
Alms and Almshouse! $ 143.37
Cas and electricity 735.31
'Hoarding & guarding prisoners. 170.20
Firo Department 355.55
Internal improvements 438.0S
Whnrfago and ferringo 105.00
Council salaries 107.31
Coal, West Virginia Lump Coal
It has been the General Opinion that GOOiD COAI, could not be
had from the Railroads. You can get any graole of COAL you want
by Rail. We have started with the BEST that) can be had from the
MINES and we will always sell the BEST GRADES. We guarantee
your Satisfaction. Remember,-you can get the JBEST from us just as
CHEAP as you can get a cheaper gradi from otliers. A Trial ORDER
will convince YOU.
And Remember, we are leaders in
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
and we have the Largest and Best Equipped Pla uing MILL in North
eastern Kentucky. Your Satisfaction Guarantee! on every Purchase
made from us.
MOTION PICTURES REGULAR
The Mason Lumber) Co.
Cor. Socontl and Limestone Sis. Phone 519. NtAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A. MCLAUGHLIN. L. N. RkuUN.
'THE LAUGHTER OF THE
This will be tlio subject of a lecturo
at the Central Presbyterian church
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock by llov.
It. L. Bonn. Tho lecturo will bo illus
tiatod by Victor Hugo's "Lcs Miser
ables." No collection. Everybody
most cordially invited.
Don't forget that we are headquar
Remington, Winchester, Parker, L.
C. Smith, La Fewer, Stevens and all
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.
OUR GENUINE NEW CROP
llSlewOr leans molasses has just arrived. THE QUALITY
ISEINE. Price 65c a Ballon.
Total ..v C,82l.:il
The Piro Department reported that
they had answered thrco alarum of fire
during tho month of November.
Tho Wharf master reported 121.85 as
tho ttital amount of wharfage collected
during tho month of November.
Tho following building permits were
James A. Wallace Prame, two-story
storeroom and residence, 30xGG feet, at
tho corner of Lexington street and Por
est avenue, Fifth Ward.
Mrs. Itoso II. Adams Kitchen addi
tion to houso, ou Second street, Sixth
John Drisbois Shed for storing
wagons, metal roof and sides, on Third
stieet, Third Ward.
James "Washington P r a iu o coal
house, on Fourth street, Fourth Ward.
Tho owners of property adjoining the
Model Laundry asked Council to refer
to a special committee tho matter of
looking into tho nuisance caused by tho
smoke, soot, etc., coming from the
chimney of tho boiler room ' of said
laundry. The matter was placed in the
hands of tho Proposition nnd Grievance
Tho Alms Commlttco reported the
following peoplo worthy of boing placed
01. the alms list, receiving the amounts
Mrs. Minton, $4; Mrs. Brown, id;
Amanda Burns, $3; Mrs. Peterson, $0.
Tho Railroad and Turnpike Commit
tee reported that they had niado nu in
vestigation in regard to tho ring-bolts
on tho north sido of tho C. & O. rail
road, botween Markot and Wall streets,
and found them all covered, and that it
had ordered tho 0. & 0. railroad to un
cover them and place them in the same
position as before thoy woro covered.
Tho Commlttco also reported that tho
C. & O. railroad had driven piles and
reinforced their trestles on Lower
street, Wall street and from Market to
Llmostono streets, and it reconimondcd
that Council notify tho railroad to re
storo its trcstlo as regards to tho open
A now ordinanco regulating tho speed
of trains nnd prohibiting tho blocking
of streets in tho city of Maysvlllo was
introduced by Councilman Am. This
ordinance repeals all similar ordinances
mndo previous to this timo.
Tho ordiuanco In regard to taxing all
the business houses in tho city of Mays
vlllo was repealed on motion of Coun
A motion was mado that tho license
on coal doalors also bo repealed.
A motion was mndo that only thrco
policemen bo elected for tho ensuing
year, instead of four, as previously.
Councilman Arn mado a motion that
tho annual election of officers take
- James Machoy was tho only nominee
for Cliiof of Polico and ho recoivod the
unanimous oto of tho Council.
Tho following woro nominated for
patrolmen and received tho following
number of votes:.
John Buckloy 4
Dudloy Flzor 12
J. W. Tollo 11
Dudloy Bloomhuir 7
Pearl McDonald 2
Fizor, Tollo nnd Bloomhuff woro de
clared duly elected, thoy receiving the
largest number of votes.
Ooorgo Wood Owens was ro oloeteo
ns City Clerk, ho having no opposition.
For Oily Physician Dr, J. H. Sam
vols and Dr. W. S. Yazoll received elx
Mrs. James Crano was tho only nom
inee for Matron of the Almshouse and
sho rocoived tho unanimous vote of the
Tho First National Bank was chosen
as tTio City Depository, no bids being
received from tho other banks.
For City Assessor Simon Crowell and
Stanley Gallon received six votes each
ami Mayor Leo cast the deciding vote
for Mr. Crowell.
Captain C. M. Phistfcr received tho
unnnimous voto of tho Council for
Wharfmaster, having no opposition.
For City Weigher Andrew Carr and
Henry Gable received six votes each
and Mayor Leo cast tho deciding vote
for Mr. Oablo.
Tho vote for City Prison Guard was
James Gill 1 V
John Ryan t
PEOPLE'S BpILDINa ASSOOIA-
NOW OPEN. I
CALL ON )
J. E. THRELKiSLD, SECRETARY,
OR ANY OF TIE DIRECTORS.
On motion, Council adjourned.
KAPPA SIGMA PI.
There will bo a called meeting of the
Kappa Sigma Pi this evening nt 7
o'clock at tho Third Streets M. V,.
church. Several new members will be
initiated and soeral important matters
will be brought boforo tho lodge.
Yesterday afternoon iu Police Court
Lute Fetters, John Jones, James Hunt
and Jess Lucas were fined $0.30 each
ou drunk charges.
Tho Woman's Foiloign Missionary So
ciety of tho Third street M.E. church
will meet this evening with Miss
Violet Graham in Enst Second street.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Third
Sireet M. E. church Vill meet Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs.
JaniesL. Finerty in iLimostono street.
Motion pictures will bo used on Sun
day evenings at tho Seventh Presby
terian church, Cincinnati, to illustrate
tho nows of the week as treated from
n religious point of viow. Thcso pre
ludes to tho evening worship will bo
called "Tho Biblo and tho Nows-papor."
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho f
Cst Avcnuo M. E. church will meet tl
afternoon with Mrs. A. F. Felts. Al
members como and bring their thimbles?
Urgent business Is to bd attended to.
Thcro is an awful difference bctwoon'
taking things ns thoy como nnd giving..! '4
them up as thoy go. V
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
' THE BEST LINE. THE LARGEST LINE.
LOOK: .A.T THIS OFFER
2V3 inches long, sleeping eyes, shoes and stockings, long curly
hair, lashes, Eugenic Doll.
.AJLiI-i FOR. $1-25
. T. KfkGKLEV & CO.
WILLIAMS' COUGH SYRUP
A pleasant and reliable remedy for Coughf,
Colda, Croap, Hoarseness, Whooping Cougb,
Difficult Broathing, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore
Throat and all affections of the pulmonary organs.
An absolutely safe remedy for old and young.
If. F. WILLIAMS HgE
First shipmont received of 40,000
bushels of river coal.
G. W. McDANIEL H CO.
D. HECHIIVGER & CO.
MaysVllle's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Shoe Store
"We aro selling Overcoats, Balinncanns, Mackinaws and Suits recently purchased from over
loaded manufacturers at prices that ought to bring every man, woman and boy within fifty
miles of MaysvillV to our store. We recently received a lot of excellent corduroy work coats
worth $3.50, ourl price $2.50. The best Jeans pants in town $1.25. Our 50-cent work shirts are
the best in town.) "Compare them.'' "We are selling an excellent all-wool heavy weight man's
suit for $8.50, worth $12.00.
Our Shoe Department contains the best shoes made in America, every pair guaranteed.
"Look in our windows and see the handsomest Bath Kobes, House Coats and Smoking
Jackets ever shown in Maysville."
:BOdLXISTC3-E!I &, CO.
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You couldn't ask for a moro charming or varied collection
between tho prices of 5c and 50c. At Co Woraon's all-iinen.
At 10c Men's all-linen. Women's ombroidered ono-cornor fliixen.
At 15c Women's ono-corner-embroldored all-linen. Womou's nil
linen with embroidered initial. Men's nently hemstitched nil-linen.
For men, plain nomstltchod or with elongated initials in iwo
styles. For women Aiinonsell or Madcria ombrodcrv in countless
designs. French hems ombroidorod in ono corner with embroi
dered design abovo horn. Transparent cornor with embroidery.
Edgo and cornor of Irish crochet. Narrow hem with tiny ridgs
of bluo or roso and handsome eyolofc embroidered design. Wo
could endlessly enumerate our 25c handkerchiefs'. Tho only w.ly
to do them justico is to see them. t
Tho flfty-cont stock is almost as varlod. Tho finest shcerc.U
llnou with oxquisito embroidery.
Boxod handkerchiefs are as follows: For mon, $! iuit-
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tinled and G to a box. For womon at 50c and 75c 3 to a box.
In tho $1 box, 3 br 4. In tho $1 box, 4. Tho boxes are all
protty and tho handkerchiefs aro attractively tied with ribbon.
Puro linen exquisitely hemstHchod and embroidered.
For children Slods, telephones, holly trimmed boxes anQ
other conceits, each containing threo hemstitched handkerchiefs
GIFT FXJIS .
A carefully chosen stock. Children's sots $1.25 to $5. Worn
on's seta $7 to $25. Mull's $2& to $15.
WOMEN'S SPECIAL COATS
$10, $12&, $15
Wonderfully good-looking conservative styles. Wido-walo,
serge, korsoy, chinchilla, Scotch mixtures. Black and colors.
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W his tnnmhnuk, wero HANDKERCHIEFS ever seen in suph big quantity and such small price as at our place today
W There's ju-t as much difference, too, botween our prices and tho next man's a there is between an Indian chief and a
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AN UNUSUAL OFFERING
LudU's' Embroidered Handkerchiefs (1 iu a box) 10c.
Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs (8 iu a box) 2f)c.
Lndion' Embroidered Handkorchiofs (G in a burnt wood
Children a Handkerchiefs (2 in a box) 10c.
Children's Handkerchiefs (3 in a box) 15c.
Ladios' AlMiinen Embroidered Hanukorcl
Handkerchiefs 25c and
Ladies' Initial Handkorchiofs 10c and 25c.
Men's Handkorchiofs 5c to 50c.
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HAND MADE HAT IS $U0
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CGNMAM cMbg vote for Dr. Samuels
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votes. each and Mayor Loo cast tho do-
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