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We are now handling the Wrapped Cakes from
ioc to 25c. Twelve different kinds. A few of
them: Appollo Silver Cake, Duchess Cakes.
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'flHe Tbo gossips will be talkloij l'h0rhW iJfiaj&fo&ft
1 jTW?''' About tbo bmen thine. fetT' r Ajlffi'
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'stivTiMili5 fato' wjS5S33Biv
ifl-K-' See our lOo grape pattern for dining room. KjKUsg ur''J
iWilL J T Kacki-ey & Co
aHi Colonol Warren Mecks, ex-nowspapar man bl UIMbLfc oAffl
-- Paintsville, but now o retired farmer of nC YOU THE FACTS AflT LJ A !U
ftThelma,Kv.,wn8ln this city yesterday In the U,VC TUU lttL rftU ' Wr MAVr
"JMBjt interest oi tne big agricultural exuinu next
JJBBAeT-Bcglnnlng Thursday, March 28th, wo
Hwk'wIU havo on exhibition the very latest patterns,
jMSMjitT" ready-to-wcara ar.d mllllnory novelties. Wo
HraSTCsollcU your patronage.
fHSe, . Anna u KlNG'
BHffV ' ' 44 West Socond etrcet;
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Mfftlf Fancy uroonup uounty borgnum ,.onk m.
RK .- 40o ner Ballon as lone as It lasts.
Iffi' It. D. Lovel.
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Plowing Time is Here and You Will Need
Don't forget that we are agents for the cele
brated Oliver Chilled Plows, tbe Syracuse Plows,
and have added this year
is attracting a great deal of attention irom the farm
ers and finding ready buyers. Come in to see it.
Ask for tickets when you buy.
The Square Deal Man.
Proprietor of the Store That Sells Everything
the Farmer Needs.
Mrs. Frank Smith, son Frank, and daughter,
-Virginia, of Commerce street, are visiting rela-
-tires In Covington.
Ules Dora Illse of Poplar Fiat, Ky., is visit'
ins; the family of her uncle, Mr. Charles Hiso
of tho Sixth Ward.
Mrs, John D. Dryant of Hast Second street,
Sixth Ward, Is sponding several daja visiting
the World in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Orr of Logan, W. Va ,
are visiting the former's mother. Mrs. -John I).
Orr of East Third street.
Uiss Minnie Cabllsh of Charleston, W. Va.,
Is visitlog her aunts, Misses Sophia and Anna
Traxel of East Second street.
Mr. Davldj C. Frazee returned home to Lx
Ington this morning, after a weki visit with
his brother, Dr. J. M. Fraxee of South Market
Mr. Thomas Payne of Ulng, Ky., passed
through here yesterday en routo to Porte
mouth, 0., for a visit with his son, Hugh
i!r. Rod Kelly of Ut. Carmel, en route to
hbi home, after spending tbe winter la tbe
West, stopped over hers for a several days'
' vljit with friends.
Mr. Samuel McNntt, oae of Mr. George II.
ffjt AMKla. dbAKlAl aI.bL. ftlllnIIA(1 lJfc Mr A A It 1 a
"the K. of P. dolnffs. Dorins; hi vlilt be was
iIl i .in.'rl.m. .. t ...
t me guyat ui vis utuiu ui iiowcu.t.
Government reports show tho 6tcacly
output of coal during tho last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo nro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely. '
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
p&- Cartmell extracts teeth without pain.
the One-way Plow, which
Mr. David C. Frazee of Lexington is visiting
relatives in the clty
Vt. Charles Cooper, janitor of tbe Fifth
Ward School, Is r-peoding tbe day with rela
tiros in Gormantown.
Mr. Eugene Wells of Lexington, State Sam
pler of tbe Durley Tobacci Soelety, was hore
this morning on business.
Wall Paper Sample Books of exeluslre New
York bouse just received. Call an"d see.
J. T. Kackley '&. Co.
M. E. Church,
Thero was another gravloui servico last
night at the Second M, E, Church, South.
Sevan people came to tbe altar and every ono
of them wero converted. Quito a few othera
In tbe congregation raised their hands for
prayer. Services will be held again tonight
and twice tomorrow. Dr. Mann will be here to
morrow night and preach tbo closing sermon
of tbe meetiog. Don't fall to uttond tbe tbreo
remaining aervlcos and pray that God's gra
cious blessing may come upon them.
Tho Pastor will preach on Sunday morning,
particularly to those who have been converted
during tbe moetlngs, and at tho clcso of the
service will administer baptlim by elTuiIon or
aprinkliog to those who desire It and will re
ceive them into tho Church. Uaptltro by om
enfon will be administered to those whu pro.
fer this method at 3 o'clock, at tbe Baptist
Snndaysch'ool at 0:30 a. m., and Epworth
League at Gp. m.
Everybody is cordially Invited to. attend all
"ThiliHcU right. Oom wd look!
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MAYS VILLUS. KY SATURDAY, A(AKOIt23, 10 J 2.
GIVE US THIS DAY
Is the kind wrapped in sanitary wax paper.
Stone's Silver Slice Cako on the side.
Tho Mny8villo Foundry and Machine Company's plant at tho
corner 1imestono and Second streets and havo placed our order
lor both machinery and lumber stock, Our stock of
It will be to
THE MASON LUMBER CO.,
Maysvillians in Rome
Mr. Harry C. Curran of this city la in ro
celpt of a Colosseum post card from Rome, from
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mannen, who nro touring
Europo and aro now enjoying the wonders of
the "Eternal City." They also mot at Nice,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips, the latter nee
Uiss Ethleen Wall. .
Chicago Glee Club
The IHfili School Auditorium wue packed
last night to witness the entertainment given
by the Chicsgo (Gleo Club, same being tho
seventh number of the Moysvllle High School
The audience, as a whole, seemed charmed
last evening as the club are all high-class artistr.
Last number of tbo lecture series Is to bo
Judge George I). Allen, who comes April 1st.
The Farmers & Plantors had tho best sale
of the week In tho way of prlcos, soiling
tobacco at from $2 to $13 por hundred.
The market showed a much stronger tone
than it has lately. Offerings were about as
asm!, with much damaged tobacco being in
ovldenco on account of tbejexceseive rains.
Tbe weather and congested condition of the
markot has kept a great many who wero
ready to markot their tobaccojrom comiog in,
but thp general impression is that the ware
houses can now take care of tbe tobacco ha it
Tho Farmers and Planters sold 2-11570
pounds of tobacco yesterday, and showed the
following good averages:
Grigsby, Bryant & Co, Fleming county,
Mrs. Mary A. Thomas, Garrison.Ky., $15.70
Ithodos &. Faris. Fleming county, $13.71.
J. J. Stogdale. Liberty, Mo., $13.41.
Tbe Independent House sold 90,000 pounds
at prices ranging .'rom $2 to $25 per hundred.
But No Danrjor of a Flood Will
Probably Roach aStnco of
Tho report from headwaters Is more ma
turing, and that there will be no real flood at
this point la tho general oxpreealon of well
Informed river prognosticate.
The high water nt Pittsburgh is two feet
loss than reports sent out FriJay, and with a
cessation of rain throughout tho Ohio valley,
and the snow nil gone in the mountains, there
is no reason to become alarmed over the like
llhood of a big overflow at this point. Never
theless the river will creep op tho banks
plenty high enough, and tbe lowlands will be
overflowed to an uncomfortable depth.
The gusge hero this morning shows a 41
foot atage and stationery.
AMONG THE ELECT
Pythian Doings at Covlnoton
Mayavlllo Limostono Lodgo
The Times-Star of last evening contained
tbe pictures of officers of tbe Grand Lodge,
Knights of Pythlae, who took a promlnent'part
In the assemblage at Oddfellows Hall, Coving
ton, Thursday night. Among the number
none loomed op more luminous than Sher
man Arn, Grand Inner Guard, of this city,
and It. A. Young, Grand Outer Guard, of
Effing. The gathering of the Knights was
tbe largest ever seen In Covington. The oc
casion waa to confer the Page rank upon ono
hundred members, oonitltutlog what is known
i tha Rathbono Ulblo Class,
Yesterday was also Pjthlw day at 'Lexing
ton and nearly W0 'BewtawmberV;
ui ittHt lii ffHKfctrM rUrrslr?SI.waM
OUR DAILY BREAD.
your interest to deal
RAIN TODAY.OR SUNDAY; CON
Tbo-L. and N- train duo here at 8:15 last
night was nearly 3 hours late.
If tho party who took umbrella from the
Navarre Cafe Tuesday by mistake will return
it he can have his umbrella returned (o him.
In the remnant book of wall papers last
year's stock marked down
J. T. K'ACKtXV & Co.
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To nil knowing sufferers of rheumatism, whether
muiculnr or of tho joints, Klutncu, lumbagoes,
backnehu, pains In tho kltlncjs or iH-urnliit '
cuius, to write to her for a home trffttmt-iit which
lias repeatedly cured all of these tortures. She
fe-"ls It her duty to send It to all sufferers I-'flP.K.
You cure yourself at home, ns thousands will tes
tify uo chango of climate, being uecessarj. This
tltnplo discovery hamslies urla acid from the
blood, loosens thu ttltfened Joints, purities tha
blood and brighten the eyes, giving elasticity
and tone to the whole system. If thn above In
terets you, for proof address Mm. M. SUMMHRf,
llox It, South lioud. Ind.
Captain C. M. Pbistfir is nt borne utter a so
journ of two weeks at itartiosville, Ind.
Tbe Equitable Trust Company of Dover has
filed suit In the Maeon Circuit Court against
W. S. Tomlln as nssigneo of A. Tomlin & Co.,
bankrupt, to recover $900.
We have in stock over
200 pretty new Dresses
for childcen, in sizes from
3 years to' 1 7 years of age.
Whites and dolors.
50(5 to $3:98
Tho greatest display
over shown in this town.
Made by a specialty man
ufacturer who confines his
Hue to us. Bring the
children to see us and
stop -that sewing and en
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
TFACHERS ANU SCHOLARS
Urged To Como To Maysviilo
Wodnesday To Soo Farm
The great "Agricultural Special," sent out
by the Stato University will be in Maysville
Wednesday, March 27tS, from 1) to 11 n. ro.
Tho County Board demands that every trnchfr
shall be present to view this train. Try to
bring evory ono of yoor pupils between the
ages of ten and twonty, if possible-
All boya between tbo ngea of ten and twonty
aro requested to meet at tho Court House
Wednesday, March 27tb, at 1 p. m. The Corn
Club of the county Is to be organized. Tho
county President will be chosen and all other
officers announced at that time.
Be snro to bo there.
Jessik 0. Yancev, Superintendent.
THE FIRST SHOWING
Of Our Entire and Complete Line of 1912 Clothing
and Furnishings on SATURDAY, the 23d.
Borne ol thu models, including Cliihlron'a Suits in our East vinUow, will give you nn idea what
you will find inside of the store. We have no space to give accurate description ol'.the hundreds of
fabrics and styles we show, but will take pleasure to show them to all callers, whether bent on purchasing
or simply come to see what we have in stock.
If you will look in our West Window you will seo the proper Shoes to bo worn with the Clothoi
displayed in our Kat Window. Stetson, Knox ond Imperial Hats, in all the newest shades and colors,
a wonderful line of those three prominent manufacturers.
Under llin ninnncement ol Mr. Dan Gottlieb our custom department is boo miner.
t TxxnriTXTTvmTn"D s mr
A live wire setting afire tho hearts of rroi
will bo tbe meetiog Sunday afternoon at the
First M. E. Cburrb, South, for both boys and
mar, go come at 2 o'clock and get tho spirit of
the agt living for other., not self. L'vo
talks by live men on live sulj'cts; gotling
Style mid Quality Join Hands in
Hunt's Suits and Coats.
Tli.1t style, set and finish that make a woman feel well dressed in any assembly
is what you want in your new Coat or Suit. In Hunt garments you will find stylo
and in connection a quality lint will fine jtu lenicr fcr gnairr ilian jcu expect n
shapeliueHs that stays until you lay aside the garment
And you can own your choice at a modest price.
Coats $8X to $25.
Suits $10 to 35.
crrav. thn liln-d. thn tans and prttv mIx'Uf
UM.nn PMr.r that
UUUoC JJlCooCo no excuse iu any of their dimensions.
that U Important of their duty for every worker wishes to look well. They are well made, of good
material, tboreforo they w'll last, and that counts for much also. Lastly, they aro priced more reason
ably, we believe, than any similar garments in this vicinity, and that Id' of importance to those who must
count tbo cost of their expenditures.
St. $125. $1. 50. $1.75. $2.
YOU WILL FIND
Silks here for evory need waists, dresses, kimonas, petticoats, hat
The colors aro the prettiest imaginable, the prices 39c to $1.
Mr?. Andrew Clooney remains quite ill at
her borne In West Second street.
At the meeting of Burley Committee in
Lexington yesterday tbe location of tbe pro
posed big factory was discussed, but the mem
bers refused to give out any particulars.
A stylo for each indi
vidual taste. We are in
constant touch with Fifth
avenue, New York, for we
havo a buyer there all the
time whom we pay by the
year. That's why we are
always first with the new
fashions. Something new
every day in our Ready
DINGER & FREUND
The sick: Mr. Iiaac Woodward of Dnror
shows no Improvement; Mr. Thomas Winter
of Court street Is much better.
Try onr paper cooking bags, eaves time
loss and labor, lc each, 30 for 25c.
J. T. Kacklby &. Co.
A lodge of Rodmen will be instituted at Mt.
Olivet on Friday night, 29th Inst., at K. of P.
Hall! It Is said tho lodge will start of with
nrliigj tlio attention of ninny a tiling wo should prnnare to
rto. IIOUSK-CIjEANINO NKEDS-Sionc. Chamois. Disinfectants,
Furniture l'ollsh anil Ammonia Water. PAINTING Why not try
"MUUKSCO" this year Instead or Wallpaper? Yon will Una it easy
to apply anil cheaper in tlio long run. Ask for a color card; it will
help you 10 (Iodide. Ijant bat most important you will need a irood
SPltINU TONIC. Our Ucer, Wlno and Iron, Syrup Hypophosphltcs
and Wine Cod Iilvcr Oil answers for those spring IIIh.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
JTJLUXI; UO JKS.
ready for tbe forwarJ men's meeting coming
soon. Every man bring a man, n boy briog a
boy. Maysville needs men. Are you a man?
Ar.'husta Catos has qualified as Administra
trix of Perry Catea, deceased, with James A.
Dickson surety on bond.
nil piiegvat pprin?.
altogether new in effect. And they are
Serge is widely represented also. The
Pricw 2oc. to S2 vard.
satisfy taste, purse and service House dresses
They are attractive, and
Fifty-Six Sheep Burned
Fifty-six sheep were burned when the barn
belonging to Tanner Wilson in Clark county,
was struck by lightning and burned to the
ground, All the farm equipments in the barn
A complete stock from
which to make a selec
tion. Our first price is, our
THE CROWDS THAT
pSmoke Masonlon and La Toscs, 5 cents.
On Display at Gantioys
You and your friends are' cordially Invited
to the spring opening Saturday, March 23d,
at P. Gantley's grocery, No, 123 East Third
street. Uirsch's goodies and Kar-a-Van Oof
feo served from 9 a. m. to 9 m.
TO ODUK A COLD IN ONE DAT
T&ko LAXATIVE UHOMO Quinine TbIU
urtiireUM refund moaoy If It Tn.Hi
UltOVIVS signature Is on each box,
'Bio Drunstore With
the Little Prlco."
Maysville's Leading Cluihfnrj
Sheriff Charles Lytle of Fleming ccia
a business visitor in the city yesterday
Tho Pastor's Aid Society, Circle No. C of tha
Christian Church will meet Tuesday afternoon
at 2:30 at tbo homo of Mm. William Mearns In
East Forest avenue, Sixth Ward.
Where to Find
Mnrz llros., J. C. Cabllsh,
C. C. Calhoun, Schatzmaon'a
GLOBE STAMP GO
Men's, Ladies', Chil
dren's. We are shoe
specialists. We would
rather miss a sale than
miss a fit. Every sensible
last will be found here.
Tans, blacks, whites.
Buy those Easter Slip
pers today. Men's Work
ing Shoes $2.25 to $3.
Nothing better made at
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