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When a bit of sunshine hits yo
Aftor passln' of a cloud,
When a fit of laughter gits yo
An' yer splno's a-feclin' proud;
Don't forett to up an fling It,
At a soul that's fcelln hluo,
For tho minit that yo fling It,
. .It's a boomerang to you.
1 Captain Jack Crawford.
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND CLOSED,
Tlio following uinounts have been re
ceived since Christmas eve.:
Previously reported ... , $203.0.'!
Bcnsley Church" (by 51. B. Pick-
ctt) $ G.00
Maysliek, cash 2.00
Mrs. Robert Dawson '.
Mrs. John riannigan
Mrs. Colonel Maltby
Baptist Church (by J. I. Clay
brook) 3 00
. Total ,v $221.13
Besides four bundles of clothing.
While tho definite effort for this
fund has closed, the money and pro
visions enn not bo sent for a few days,
'so thoso wishing to jet contributo can
givo same to Mr. Bolmger nt the Firt.t
(National Bank, before next Thursday
night. This statement is niado because
most of tho above amount came after
tho fund was closed.
Wo want to thank every ono who con
tributed in any way to" the success of
this worthy effort. Especially do we
want to acknowledge the bacrificlng and
heroic effort thnt Mrs. I.illa Hall Smith
lias put into this cause; she personally
solicited almost half of the entire
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS,
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r Ploaso bear this in mind as this rulo
MUST bo rigidly enforced.
On Holiday Goods.
Diaries and Blank Books for 1915
J. T. Kackley & Co.
"Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones have taken
up their residence, for tho winter in
tho homo of Mr. C. (', Dobyns. Mr.
Jones Is connected with tho Central to
We wish you .
a Happy and
KENTUCKY STATE BEE
Tho Kentucky state bco kcopors
meeting will bo held nt Loxington,
Wednesday, January 5. Tho program
Coll to ordor, 2 o'olock.
"Possibilities In Amateur "Bee
Keeping" Richard P. Dietman, Lou
isville. "Migratory Boo Keeping'' E. R.
Root, Medina, O.
"Bco Keeping In Mississippi" C F.
Stiles, Loxington, Ky.
"Kentucky Bco Inspection Law"
II. C, Clcmlns, Boyd, Ky.
During the meeting there will bo an
exhibition of npiary products and of
bco keepers' apparatus. Mr. J. P. Mar
rlno of Loulsvillo will make a practic
al demonstration of honoy extracting.
A medal will be given for tho best
exhibit of honey.
Mr. E. R. Root, who will lecturo dur
ing tho session, is a member of porhaps
tho most cxtensivo boo keepers' and
queen rearing estnblismonts in the
country, lie has had a very extensive
experience in all branches of the bus!
ness and has a wide reputation ns an in
structive and entertaining speaker. His
lectures will bo illustrated by lantern
This luoeting. will bo held at tho E.
poriment Station Building, corner
South Limestone street and Virginia
A. AUL1C, President.
II. CARMEN, Secrotnry-Trcasurer.
County Agent A. M. Casey will be
pleased to look after tho exhibits at
Lexington of any of tho bee keepers of
Mason county who wish to sond ex
hibits, but who aro not ablo to go them
selves. Don't put off starting to save, be
cause tho longer you proorastinato tin
harder it will bo to begin. Let noth
ing prevent you from saving a portion
of your income every week or cvry
month. Join tho Christmas Money
Club at the Union Trust & Savings
Hnvo Minstrel tickets reserved
Wednesday morning at Crano & Shi
fcr's. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Rayborn re
turned to their homo at Portsmouth, O.,
yesterday nfter spending tho holidovs
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Rayborn of Forest nvonuo.
mKfSmi W&4m ?1Hfa
KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1914.
In Maysville City Council Last Night
Granted License To 13 Saloons
and 3 Wholesale Houses
Adverse Decision of Court of Appeals Alone
Will Close Maysville Liquor Houses
City Council met In special session
last evening, Mnyor Leo presiding nn J
all members being present except Conn
clltnan Cullcn from tho First Ward and
Councilman Hunsickcr from tho Sixth
Ward. ExClork William Kirwin acted
as clerk in tho absenco of Clerk George
Mayor Leo read tho call signed by
nino members of tho Council, stnting
that tho meeting wns called for the
purpose of granting saloon licenses or
any other licenses that' might come be
foro tho body.
By request of the Council, City Attor
ney John M. Calhoun explained to them
their rights as to tho granting of si
loou licenses, pending tho decision of
the Courts In regard to tho lato local
option election. Ho said that tho sa
loonkeepers had filed a supersedeas bond
in tho Circuit Court and this bond
stopped all proceedings until tho mat
ter wns sottlcd by tho Court of Appeals,
lie said that tho city of Maysville did
not becomo legally dry until 00 days
after tho decision of tho Court of vp
peals was filed and mndo a matter of
record on tho County Clork Record
Book. Ho said that if a petitioner hav
ing tho proper qualifications was re
fused a license,, ho could mandamus
Council and force it to grant him a li
cense. On motion Council wont into the
granting of licenses and tho following
saloon licenses wero'issued:
Central Hotel Company.
E. H. Whittington,
Frank Miller. ' "
J. P. Clark & Company.
W. H. Farwick.
Georgo M, Doiner.
Hinton & Moorefield.
C. H. Blind.
M. J. Donovan.
Tho following merchants' retail li
iruor licenses wero granted:
John Wells. n
O. H, P. Thomas.
John T. Smith was granted a pool
Tho City Attorney explained to those
getting licenses that should tho Court
of Appeals decido that Maysvillo was
dry, tho Hcenso money would havo to be
refunded for their unoxpired time.
ELECTION LAST NIQIIT.
The following oflicers woro electod nt
tho mooting of Maysvillo Lodge No. .12
P. & A. M., lust night:
W. M. Clarence Mathowa,
S W. Harry M. Clark.
J. W. Robert Leo Bonn.
Troasuror E. A. Robinson.
Secretary P. G. Bmoot.
S. D, Conrad P. Rasp.
J. D. William F. Sprocmborg.
Tyler Stanloy F. Rood.
Sr. S.-nS. M, Humphreys.
Jr. S. Richard L. Watkins.
DIED AT HOSPITAL.
Mario Hill, aged 7 years, diod ycstoi-
day at Hayswood Hospital aftor a two
weeks' illness of typhoid fovor. The
child's mother is now confinnd to hur
bed, having n 7-days-dld baby, Tho f
noral will tako plnco this aftornoon
at 1 o'clock .from Couahlin & Com
pany's undertaking rooms in Markot
street. Interment in Mhysvillo cemr
DR. J. A, SIMPSON MOVES TO LEX
INQTON. Ir. J, A, Simpson, who lias been an
optician In this city for sovoral years,
yesterday moved his machinery to IjOX
iugtoii and from this tima forward will
conduct his business in that city, al
thought ho will sco patients hero ovory
Saturday. Tho doctor's family will
still resido In this city.
REMAINS OF JOHN COX BROUGHT
HERE FOR BURIAL.
Tho romains of Atr, John Cox, who
died spveral days ago at Vancobuig,
wero brought horo yesterday for inter
ment in tho Maysvillo comotory. Rev.
E. B. Hill and a few near relatives ac
companied tho body horo.
THEY COME HIGH
Miss Mary Pieltford Is reported as be
ing tho highest salaried actress, ho pres
ent, wary poing- $i,ow porweeje. unoy
PftAI West Virgitiia
Mtt Lump Coal !
It lias been tho general opinion that GOOD COAL could not bo had from
tho railroads. You can got any grado of COAL you want by rail. Wo havo
started with tho BEST that can 'bo had from tho MINES and wo will always
sell tho BEST GRADES. Wo guaranteo your satisfaction. Romombor, you
can get tho BEST from us Just as cheap as you can got a choapor grado
from others. A TRIAL ORDER wiU convinco YOU.
And romombor, wo aro leaders in LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL
and wo tiavo tho Largest and Best Equipped Planing MILL In Northoastorn
Kentucky. Your Satisfaction Guaranteed on overy Purchaso mado from us
The M4S0N LUMBER CO. Inc.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519 MAYSVILLE, KY,
A. A. M'LAUGHLIN. L. N, BEHAN.
K. OF P. MINSTREL FRIDAY.
Friday night tho Knights of Pythias
of this city will pull off nnother of their
famous minstrel shows, Mr. V, A. Mini
zing, tho director has gathered to
gether about CO of tho city's best local
talent, including such end men as Rob
ert Hoellich, Nelson Bratton, Ed. Diue,
Lawrenco Frost, Louis Sehatnnann an I
Charles Bramel. The ballad singers arc
B. H. Greoulee, Frank Xnsh, Evans
Hill and Raymond Muso. The chorus U
made up of .10 of tho city's best sing
ors; thero will also bo a full orchestra
of ten men. Tho opening scene is s-i'ul
to bo original and up-tonlato and beau
tifully costumed. Tickets can bo re
served Wednesday morning nt Crano &
Shafer's. Proceeds benefit Orphans'
BOUGHT STORE IN MAYSVILLE.
I. 11, Hockadny of Greenup has pit'
chased a drug store at Maysvillo 'iti.l
will placo his son, William Hockadav,
in charge. Mr. llockmlay is an exper -enced
pharmacist, having been cm
ployed nt both Hagers and the Pure
drug storos in this city tho pist
few vears. Portsmouth Blade.
CAUGHT LITTLE JOHNNIE JONES.
John Jones, who robbed a farmer 13
the name of John Roso in the latter part
of November, was yesterday arrested at
his homo on Carniel street and placed in
COATS $71-2 TO $19 1-2 Chinchillas, zibclincs,
serge and cheviots in dark colors and practical winter
DRESSES $5 TO $18 1-2, Silk, serge, or satin and
serge combined. Also a few attractive party frocks.
SUITS $5 TO $18 1-2 Plain tailored and more elab
orate models in black and colors, many gooll styles,
warmly lined and interlined.
SEPARATE SKIRTS $2.98 TO $71-2 Black and
colors in plain and mixed fabrics. Tunic, yoke and
straight pleated effects.
1 ia52 HTjrisrT'
Your running oxponses ought to bo
less than your earnings by a consid
erable margin and you ought to savo tho
balanco. Join tho Union Trust & Sav
ings Company's Christmas Money Club
and savo systematically. It Is surpris
We Have Notified the Banks to Have an Extra Supply of Money on Hand
Saturday, Jan. 2nd.
J That's the First Day of the BIG JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE, and All Sale Goods Will
Be Sold Strictly For Cash Only.
are two big dolls we
m dollar paid on account.
3BCE ZES EVLr S
OiYJ? COPY-ONE CENT.
Evory Amcricnn wago-earncr should
savo regularly so that in times of re
duced or enforced idleness ho and thoao
dependent upon him may not suffer. Wo
know of sovoral cases, whoro thoro
would not havo been any riant. i Clans
Inst Christmas if tho father had nut
boon a member of tho Union Trust J
Savings Company's Christmas Money
B. HECHmGEH & 00.
WINTER HAS JUST SET IN. FULLY THREE MONTHS' COLD WEATHER BEFORE
RIGHT IN AND BE FITTED WITH A WARM SUIT AND OVERCOAT OR BALMACAAN.
"We Are Selling Them at Reduced Prices"
OUR STOCK OF MACKINAWS IN THE LAST FEW DAYS HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH NEW
STYLES AT $3.50, $4.00, $5.00
SPLENDID UNDERWEAR, MEN'S HOSE, COAT SWEATERS, HATS AND CAPS. OUR SHOE STOCK
IS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. WE ARE STILL SELLING NETTLETON, HANAN AND WALK-OVER
SHOES $1.00 LESS THAN YOU PAY FOR THEM AWAY FROM HOME.
D. HECHINGBR & CO. Th8 ESEa5'
DIARLES FOR 1915
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
bo a euchre tonight at
ing how easy it is to savo if you go
about it in tho proper way and with
Mr. I'd. Duloy in Minstrol Show pa
rade, K. of P, Minstrel.
PICKFORD"IAND "LIZA LOU"!
are going to give away
irw i rar s. i ihv,i
you will want a nice dinner to start the j
New Year right. Phone 20. "8'?35
LEfMING RZTJU ERS
NOTICE TO FARMER3.
WE ARE NOW READY TO RE
OEIVE TURKEYS FOR THE NEW
YEAR'S MARKET BRING THEM
E. L. MANCHESTER PRODUCE CO
Maysvillo Coinmandory No. 10,
Knights Templar, will havo their char
ity ball this evening.
Mr. Frank Nash, Mnysvillo's young
baritone, in K. of I Minstrel.
A CHRISTMAS GREETING TO
"My thoughts go out to you, my
wishing you joy in all your deeds
task, wisdom for tho work, pcaco
side, and lovo to the last."
W3 wish to thank our friends
oxtend to each our best wishes for
: M. F. WILLIAMS, Third Street Drug Store
Will bo in tho city for a short tin e
only. Any one wanting sign work iluue
will please sco mo immediately.
R C. NASH.
BLOUSES 39c TO $2.98 Including lawn, voile,
lace, satin, silk and chiffon, attractively made. -
"We can't 'give details because thero are scarcely two
garments alike in the entire collection.
Besides the bargains mentioned above we aro clos
ing out $1.00 gingham dresses for 50c, in 2 to G year
sizes. "Women's flannelette kimonas. Black leather
handbags slightly scarred in the Christmas rush. Wo
men's neckwear that hurried shoppers crumpled but
these pretty collars and vestees suffered no wrong an
ironing can't right.
Gnugo 10.5 and falling.
Packets havo not yot resumed open
tions. 'One ticket for each
3EB JEM Clgft,4:
101 West Second St. & A:
A purposo and a plan nro necessary -
to successful saving. If you can think ." -1 ' .
of some purposo for which you would '
like to save, the Union Trust & Savings '
Company has a plan for you to uso in "!
doing it a plan which has beem triad
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anu approved uy moro thnn 2,000 ncopio
in Maysvillo in the hist two years. You
know what wo aro talking about tho
Christinas Money Club. Tho bodks aro
now open for members in their 1015
Club. Call at tho bank for further lu A
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS.
friend, this happy Christmas time,1
and days, ivishing you timo for tho
for tho pathway, friends' for tho firo
and patrons for favors shown, aild"
a Merry Christmas.,
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Sloe Stora
Tho cold rain last night and
morning mado tho icy streets and pave
incuts too ding bad to talk about.
"I'm a Nut," Mr. Bob Hoellich in K.
of P. Minstrel. . .
Justus Goobol scorns to aid Youtsey
in his appeal for pardon for murder of
"Mutt nud Joff" aro in tho K. of,-P.
dollar spent and each
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