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DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers
The new acano shifter was a un
Oh, ho, was truly green.
He wont nml cut tho snowsto
Above n parlor scene.
Today is tho last ilay for liscon
January 1st gas bills.
It is said that another big clAe
fighting orgio was pulled off
nlacld Ohio Sundav nlcht abovo th
city and that Maysville sport eW
-homo with pockets full of Kale; no
Portsmouth, Ohio, butcher dropping
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Happy New Year
ou and All
Dear to You a
1913 has Anally boundod into Father Time's groat volume of days
o-past. We want to say our thank you and good wishes across its
ng') ag 11 s. For the lavors you have shown us we are sincerely grateful.
I yonr book of the dayB-thatareto-come be a continuous record of
itbliappinesi and increasing prosperity.
The Mason Lumber Co. "
jjKUwW LEU DERS r-mrrssgggg8
!f. Seiiond and Limestono Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVILI&, KY.
) A. A. MoLaiqhmn. L. N. B kit an.
lECKHAM IN SADDLE
ATTENTION KNIGHTS OF
All members are requested to bo at
tho regular mooting tonight at 7 o'clock.
Business of importance.
FRANK LLN'GENFELSER. 1'rcs.
HENRY LUNUR1GAN-, Secretary.
Government reports.showthe steamy
output of coal duriifg tho laBt I ew
yoag has made the dealers push 'for,
vviuer niarKeia, we are guiag iu jgei
more ade your trado1 by givfing
you a greater value for your mdney.
You will never get out of debt unless
you buy wisely. I '
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
M. Thomas Heffcrnan is out again
after being confined to his home for
M'terul weeks with a siege of tue grip..,
Square Deal Man's
A happy and
to vou all. We thank you fo
your patronage during the past
year and invite you to come
often and stay long during the
years to come.
Yours for a BIG year,
And Hides Over Stanley and
McCreary in Race For
U. S. Senate
Ex-Governor Controlled Cau
cuses ana uraanizes Leg
S islature Fun On
officers of tho House will lo as
kcr Glaudo Terrell, of Trimble
V. Stone, of
JohiiDCrunps Wickliffe Bcckhnm, Dem
ocrat njjid former Governor of Kentucky
seems so bo in complete control of the
Frankffirt machine. His candidates all
won iiilboth caucuses and tho Beckham
forces g overwhelmed the Stanley and
McCrctry cohorts at every stage of tho
Chiitf Clerk James
Assstnnt Clork Oscar Wicker.
SorL'eant-at-Arms Oscar Vest, of
Enrolling Clerk Mary A. Robnrds,
Doorkeeper Jefferson Bowman, of
Juiitur Tilden Booth.
There nro about forty-eight candi
dates for page.
The Senate caucus resulted as fol
lows President Pro Tern V. A. Frost,
of Graves County.
Sergeant-at-Arms Ben 3alnum, of
Chief Clerk Major Wiley Dixon, of
Doorkeeper W. W. Johnson, of EI
The Btnndnril of the World In
1914 Money Saving Coupon
Good for 5 Cents
On Next Purckttt of Stationiry Amounting
to 50 Centt.
J. T. KAOKLBY & 00.
FIRE CHIEF HUE'S AXNUAL
Fire Chief Kdward llite reports 24
fires in 1913.
Value of tho buildings in which fires
Amount paid out in losses, $1,908.5!).
Amount paid to Insurance companies
in premiums in the city, $17,000.
Expense of Fire Department, $7,002.'
Equipment is in fine condition.
Mr. James Downoy is vory ill nt his
home in East Second street
AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION
Mrs. Sam Smith, who is spending the
winter in Mnysvillo, as tho guest of
Mrs. W. F. Power, on West Second
streot, ontortnined Tho King's Daugh
ters of tho Episcopal Church most do
llghtfully yesterday afternoon. At the
closo of tho business meeting, Mrs. Dr.
Edwin Mathews read admirably a story
"Tho Deacon's Week," the throad
of thought running through it being in
harmony with tho aims of tho organ
ization. Other selections woro read and
the plan of work defined for tho coming
year, after which a social hour was
enjoyed and dolicious refreshments
served. Mrs. Power and Mrs. Smith
excel us hostesses and each guest ox
pressed tho hope that they will abide
permanently in our llttlo city.
Mr. Theodore Wheolor returns to Chi
cago today nftor his holiday rlalt to
his mother. Mrs. A, Wheolor in Forost
it ven uo.
Miss Mildred Rains has roturncd to
Christian Colioge, Columbia, Mo., after
sponding tho holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rains of River VJow.
BARGAIN No. !.
Fountain Syringe Sale
We are going to put on aalaa Fountain Syringo at sne
dollar and twenty-fivo cents. If alter an examination you
don't aay it la tbo beat bargain in rubber goods then I
don't know anything about rubber.
THE THIRD STREET
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO.
POWER & BAULTON
D. HEOHINGBE & CO.
The Biggest and Best Clothing
Shoe Store in Mavsvllla.
NTIL wo advertised oar Price Reduction Sale and, by the way, our roputa"
tioQ stands solid that we nover have changed numerals on our price tickets
prior to oar semi annual stock-reducing and money-getting sate wo knew
not how many people had not yet bought their Overcoats. You Barely
have waited for this sale. At no time during this winter have we sold as many ovor
coats in the satna given timo as we have sinco our "ad." appeared in the papers. As
wintor has just sot in, the more advantageous to you is this timely sale.
The One-Fourth Off on Suits should be quito alluring if you have half an
apology to huv one
D. HECHINGER & CO.
There is a movement now starting
to keep Maysville on tho baso ball map.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Sec
ond M .E. Church, South, will Lave a
Candv Pullinc Wednesday evening nt
Miss Kathryn Wilson of Trinity, Ky., tho homo of Mrs. Stella Purdon, corner
is visiting Mrs. W. E. Wells in East Wood and Third streots. Everybody
Second stroet. come.
Mr. Harry Davis, who holds a re
sponsible position with tho L. & N.,
headquarters at Louisville, spent Sun
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
It. Davis, who reside in tho Washington
Mr. Clarence O'Keefo left Monday
for Dayton, Ohio, to resumo his studies
nt St. Mary's College.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
In compiling tho list of county of
ficials on the 3rd page the following
name was qmmlttcd:
Supt County Infirmary H. H. Rosser.
XIND8ATT REMAINS AS DEPUTY
It is still Deputy Revenue- Collcotor
W. P. Lindsay.
The news item stating that Mr. B. B.
Pollitt was again to he switched from
guagor to Deputy Collector horo was
copied from Tho Lexington Lester,
which had tho names reversed. Honco
NEW BOARD OF EDUCATION
Only Change la That Col. Harry
Miles Succeed Major Qeorgo
Tho Board of Education met last
evening for tho purpose of organiza
tion. Tho old Board mot first and clos
ed up its business and ndjourned. Tho
new- Board met immediately and or.
ganlzed by electing tho following of
Presldont 8. -P.. Browning.
Vice-Prosident J. 'Barbour Russoll,
Socrotary J. II. Richardson.
Treasurer R. A. Cochran.
Tho only chango in tba pcrsonnol of
the Board Is In tho Third Wnrd whoro
Harry Miles succeods Qeorgo Schwartz.
President Browning gave a very in
teresting report of tho meeting of rop
rpsontatlvos of fourth class cities in
Frankfort last week for the purposo of
, securing much noodod legislation for
tho financial roliof of schools In all
.fourth class cities.
CORN THAT IS CORN,
Hand-picked, sound car
Seo this boforo buying.
:orn of the
Yesterday's Tobacco Sales Reached
Over a Quarter of a Million A
Dozen Crops no Over $14
NOTICE OF TONIGHT'S B1NQUET.
All tlioso who aro to attend flio Busi
ness Men's Banquet at thol Central
Hotel touight aro requested xh bo on
hand nt 8:30 o'clock. Banquoturom 0
to 10:30 o'clock.
By order of tho Committee.
WILLIAM H. DAUOHERTV
Handsome Hydo Park Couplo Marry (On
the Sly and Aro Enjoying Their
Murder and marriage will out.
Mr. Waltor Homing and Miss Helen
Dnughcrty, a handsomo young couplo
of Hydo Park, a Cincinnati suburb,
eloped from all tho home folks, and
without confiding their nuptial inten
tions to any one procurod a license
on tho sly at Cincinnati and wcro
'quietly married New Year's day by a
woll known Quoon City minister.
Mr. and Mrs. Doming hearing that
Maysville was tho finest placo in tbo
world in which to on joy one's honoy
moot, came on here and at present aro
the guest of the brido's aunt, Mrs.
Tho brido is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Daughorty of Hydo Tarlc;
tho groom is a Cincinnati merchant.
of Lewis County, av
VERY FANCY APPLES!
OBLERY. OYBTEBS. OANDY
Sales vestordav K77.810 pounds and
tho innrkot was ruling and spirited; in
fact the sales wore tho most satisfac
tory to tho sellers sinco tho Benson
All houses had sales except the Ama
zon, as follows:
Total sales 104,0jj
Highest prico $20.50
..owest prico 2.00
'jltnl sales 60,540 .
lllhest price $20.00
Liest price 2.50
.T. V. Wnlllngford, Mason County,
3,500 )und at $17.60 nvernge.
Storltt & Phillips, Fleming County,
"inn iMinriH nt si 8.05 live race.
Mark very strong.
Total !os 31,800
Lowest 'w-ice 2.00
Jessio LMden, Adams County, Ohio,
Sam Cox &on, average, $1.85.
Markot spirted with medium offer-
Total gales 20,033
Highest prico $20.00,
Lowest price ..... . 2.00
Ocorgo Pritz, Brown County, Ohio,
Krod Wuchor, Sr., Brown County, O.,
nvcVngo $17,40. y
Mrs. Lillian Oault Mason County,
avoigo $13.85. "
Totl sales A.,. 44,475
fBt price .... $21.00
Lov,t price ......V. ..... 2.00
Ohatips Tolbert, Mns6n County, avor-
ago $13' ,
Blattvman & B'iorloln, Mason Coun
ty, averfro $15.20.
Blattoian & Crimes, Mason OouB'
ij Our Semi Annual Suit Sale
i s- WOW IN PROGRESS
The enthusiastic response to this sale proves there are no inducements like style
and quality allied to low price. This sale is just under way but long before it is over peo
ple will realize it is one of the moat momentous trade movement in value-giving that has
occurred for a long time. It is scarcely necessary to say the reductions are genuine and
Money never commanded so much value. Do not wait until the assortment is de
pleted. Come early and get the benefit of the widest possible choice.
The stock is divided into three groups, priced as follows:
$23.50 FOR SUITS UP TO $39.
$15 FOR SUITS UP TO $25.
$12.50 FOR SUITS UP TO $32.50.
At this great reduction it will be impossible to sell Suits on the usual six months
credit. Sales of reduced goods must be cash transactions.
T MM -
IMPORTANT CITY MISSION
Tho ladies of the City Mission will
hold their regular Board meeting this
nfternoon at 2 o'clock dt tbo Mission.
This is a most important meeting and
a full attendance is urged.
WEEK OF PRAYER SERVICE.
Tho Wcok of Prayer service will bo
held ut tho Christian Church tonight at
7:00 with sermon by Rev. II. U. Wil
li oyte, pastor of tho Pirst Baptist
All invited to come.
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POOR DOOOIE GOT FATAL DOSE.
The pet poodle of Mrs. Riley Galthor
met tbo fato of nearly all such favorites
Sunday when at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. It. M. Harrison in Commerce St.,
parents of Mrs. Galthor, doggio got hold
'".'V I"1 " "ass
of a bono on which poison had been
spread for mice. Result: Poodle gone
to tho happy laud of canino; raico still
nibbling in tho rantry.
Moral: Don't havo pot animals
something awful always happens to
I THE BIG SALE
Is On In
Plenty of good bargains for everybody who couldn't get here on acconnt of the bad
weather. .-- mm w
Big reductions in Suits, Coats and Drosses.
Boys' Sweaters 19c.
All Sweaters less 20.
Furs less. 33.
Good Ginghams, for dresses 6jc.
Good Apron Ginghams 5c.
Good Bleached Cotton 62c.
And many Items too numerous to mention.
Come now and save money.
SHOES-One lot Men's Regal $4 and $4.25
Shoes, sale price $2.98.
Oue lot Men's Patent Leather Shoes, $3.50 and
$3.75, sale price $1.98.
Men's Heavy Work Shoes, high cut, tans and
black, regular price $4.50, in this sale $3.69. Men's
Heavy Work Shoes, $3.50, now $2 98. Men's Heavy
Work Shoes, $3, now $2.48. Men's Heavy Work.
Shoes, $2.50, now $1 98.
. One lot Men's Slippers to go at 98c
One lot Ladies' Felt Slippers to go at 98c
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Big Reductions on
pother, Shoes and-
ast ! 1
. done to n for
very lew prle,
ty, averafc $15.10.
We are prepared to wake yea
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