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MAY&VILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
"I am for peace," tho statesman cried,
"And for it I stand pat."
He then remarked in (in aside,
"A harmless Issue that."
Have you seen Satan?
Stamps Saturday at Morz
Got your reserved scats Friday morn
ing at Williams' Drug Store for McCon
nell's lecture. 27
MARCH REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS
Tho H. E. Pocuq Dlstlllory Co. B. B.
Pollitt, day; W. C. Slyo, bottling and
additional; David Bierloy, meal room;
J. A. Brcslin, gaugor.
J. II. Rogers & Co. P. W. Harting,
day; F. C. Vauhooso, meal room; J. A.
Poyntz Bros. Co. If. Q. .Holiday,
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FTS
Government reports ataow tho steady
outnut o? coal during the last (ew
yeaTa has made the dealers push for
wider markpta, We are going to get
more wade your traue by givin
you a ereater value icir your money.
You will never get out', ot debt utile p
you boy wisely. '
Mr. Simpson of Forest avontfo has
taken a position with tho Metropolitan
Liiio insurance tiompany
Now Carpets, Rugs,
Curtains at Morz Bros
Cor.Socond and Limestone Sts.
Wp now hate it. We are positive ic will not bo sild at tbis
prlce again during this year. Co mo and get it vh le it lasts
Tbis lumber can be UBed for outbuildings, cheap barn siding
lit most any purpose except Une finishing work. Buy it now.
ou will need it beforo you can get it again at this ririco.
The Mason Lumber o. '-.
Phono 519. MAVSVILLE. KV.
A. A. MoLauohlin. L. N. Bkiian.
, FOR IT'S
jIJSTSTJJR. a 3STQ m,.
Twonty-fivo years ago wo paid 75c. per $100 on a framo build
ing with fivo coal stoves in different parts of tho building. Today
on same site, $2.60 per $100 on building now of brick and motal. ono
fluo, and heated by stoam. Then tho city had a volunteor firo de
partment and now a fine up to date paid systom and yet look at tho
Looking at tho changes in our own buslnoss ovory department
is from 25 cents to 100 per cent, better and cheaper. Why is Ken
tucky's insurance- rate higher than any Stato in the union and 4
jper cent, hlghor than tho averago for tho ontiro United States and
Candy sale at Mr. Pccor's drug store,
given by thq First Prcsbytorian Church,
tiaturdny morning, beginning at 9
KIRKBY TO BE TRIED.
T rn -tjt A '-TT . tt "V JP iri
Linon waists 73c Mcr?
IN OLD KHNTUCI
And VVc Arc Right Here on the Job
Full Line of Pflows
Ready to supply your ecry Want. Such names
as "Oliver," "Syracuse" and ."Eagle, the latter
made by the James H. Hall (Plow Go , this city,
are too well known to you farmers Aor us to say
more. All wc say is 'Ctfmc in arid buy. You
are very welcome."
Mike Brown's Plow Harness
Needs no recommendation. Ycj farmers know
that the auctioneer's "this L a sef of Mike Brown's
hand-made harness" at salcs is 'enough to make
the second-hand harness sell 'or more than was
paid lor it when it was new. It's a fadt. We arc
still making good Harness ajl want to sell more
tnis year man ever Dertire. ome in.
POLICE COURT MATTERS.
Cold weather seems to hold down the
Police court. Just ono caso Charles
Row, disorderly conduct, $0.50.
SPELLING BEE TONIGHT.
High price tobacco grows under Morz
Bros.' tobacco cotton.
Tonight is tho night of tho spelling
match at the Torost Avenue School
Building. Who is going to spell down
the school teacher is the all absorbing
question? Tho best words aro being
carefully picked out, and somo ono to
night will be the winner.
Tbo old timers are u little afraid of
tho younger ones. Will tho First, Cen
tral And Sixth Warders and Oklahoma
get in tho ring? It is the wish of the
committees all come, and be prepared
to enjoy the jolly timo in storo for
DAVE GREEN SERIOUSLY
Dave Green, an omployco of the
Schwartz & Son's meat market, on
West Second strcot, met with a sorious
accident last night about 7:30 o'elock.
Mr. Orecn had finished his day's work
and was on his way homo on tho Flom
ing piko, just on tho edge of town.
When ho reached Attorney James Col
lin's, ho was run down by a horno and
buggy, had two ribs broken and was
otherwise bruised up.
.Mr. Green 1b suffering with a gather
ing in his head and is hard of hearing.
On this account ho did not hear the
buggy in timo to got out of tho way.
It is pretty tough on him as be has a
largo amily to support.
SQUARE E!EAL MAN.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
f . -:
Mrs. William Weis left iL a Jock's
visit with her aunt, Mrs.
man, at Newport.
Mrs. ateila unncn leaves Tomorrow
for a two week's visit with frvnds and
relatives in HuntlngtonJ j, ft'a,
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Miss Elizabeth Deanng, laughter of
Matt. T. Dearing, has boou appointed
postmaster at Poplar Plains to succeed
J. W. Patrick.
Cashier James Et Threlkold of tho
First National Bank accompanied by
his wlfo, has returi from their visit
to Carlsbad Spring, i,t Ridge, Ky.
Attorney E. L. WoryMngton, wife and
littlo daughter le,avo7thi8 morning for
San Antonio, Texas. I La route they will
stop In New Orh-ausfor a week's visit.
-Miss Carroll Mftthows and brother,
Joo Edwin Mattnjws, were up from
Maysvlllo fron Triday last to Monday
to visit relathl , Flemlngsburg Demo
tl i Flea
o Phillips oi near ut-
irtained in honor of her
Lula Baugh of Maysvlllo
lye Mao Browning, of Mt.
rge Willin of Vanceburg, Mr.
yjrs of Lexington and Mr. A.
of Trinity, were guests this
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wells, of
$3.00 Silk Petticoats $1.50 at Morz
Lincoln McConnoll, cowboy, police
man, lawyer, preacher and lecturer, has
ii'ado over 8,000 public addresses the
last 12 years, and is universally con
ceded to be ono of tbo most original,
forciblo and entertaining speakers bo
foro tho public. High School Monday
ALMOST SiOT HIMSLioT.
Dr. Wallaco, tbo veterinarian at Ger
mantown, while examining a loaded re
volver a few days ago, in somo manner
discharged tho woapon, tho bullet piorc
ing bis coat just over his heart and
passed out through his loft coat sloove
over the big muscle, a bullet fired
within an inch of one's heart is a closo
MRS. HARRY BARKLEY RECOVERS
Yesterday evening, policeman Tollo
located the two boys with tho red
cart, who found tho purse of Mrs. Uarry
Bruco Jones, about 14, of West Third
street, and Sholby Kcllum, about 17 of
Eastland, wero tho boys. They aro two
honest lads. They had everything in
tact, even to tho postage stamps. They
had kopt it waiting until it was ad
Mr. Barkley rewarded tho hoys
Policeman Tollo desorves much credit
for tho manner In which he handled tho
The purso contained $37.50 in cash,
besides stamps, cards, etc.
'EET MELON MANHOES-jj
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Very fl e ONZON and OOOCJMBER PIOKLES. Thais
ira both BirTEK and OHIAPJiK than you an maka tbm.
T,iip!nna m'torajfcr toaajr.
Phot 43, flllSlL ONRAD
jgDGE NEWELL UPHOLDS LAW
Fiscal Court'B Right To Levy Tax For
Public Buildings Declared Valid.
Brooksvillo, Ky. A contract was ro
ccntly negotiated for tho construction
of n new courthouse hero and tho valid
ity of tho contract was immediately at
tacked. At tho conclusion of tho argu
ment Judgo Nowell delivered an opinion
sustaining tho constitutionality of Son
ate bill No. 1.
This is rogardod as an unusual bit
of legal interpretation, following so
swiftly on tho heels of legislation with
an opinion rendered whilo tho Legisla
ture which enacted tho law is still in
the midst of its session.
Of Tobacco Were Sold On tho Mays
vlllo Markot xesterday.
Tobacco salos yestorday 127,970 lbs.,
at five houses, Amazon holding no salos.
Farmers & Planters.
Total sales 18,055
Highest prico $18.75
Lowest prico 3.00
'Total salos 15,205
- Market strong.
Total sales 28,105
Total sales 45
Hlghost prico $10.5b .'
Lowest price .v 3.00
Burko & Caldwell, Mason County,
C, Fostor, Mason County, $15.00.
Market vory splritod.
Total sales 15,295
Highest price $18.75
Lowest price .., 2.00
Total sales 17,600
Highest price ............. $18.95
Lowest price v.t 9.90
Jfarket spirited. '
Good First Mdrtgago Land Note
Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
THE GEM THEATER
To Bo Open From 10 O'clock In Tho
Morning To 10 O'clock at Night.
Columbus, O., Tobruary 20. William
1 Kirkby, Toledo man charged with at
tempting to bribe Representative Geo.
B. Nye, will havo to stand trial, Judgo
Dilldn decided, Wednesday, in overrul
ing a demurrer.
Kirkby is one of the sweet-scented
guys who fooled tho good peojilo nt
Dover, over tho Great Black Diamond
railroad scheme of Col. Boono's, and
then kicked Boono out.
By tho way Col. Boono has been in
dictod nt Zancsvillc, Ohio, for too much
A iiiCE HAM
Of tho Ptirtridgo Brand will please you,
for tho quality and prico aro right.
Try one today
5 DINGER BROS., LeadJng RCtaiicrs
FRESH FISH DAILY.
Fresh fish' received evory day during
23-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
Mr. Pattorson, Field Agont for tho
I'rcnch Bros. Bauer Company, of Cln
cinnati, is in this city looking over tho
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
Ih whnt you sot at our storo. For ovory dollar
which ia dropped into our cash register there
has left the st ro a full dollar value ia mer
chandise. Our slogan is "dollar for dollar" and
every transaction is guaranteed satisfaction or
ra o ti oy refunded.
M. F WILLIAMS &
A - THO THIRD STREET
I VJ. DRUGSTORE.
golden glory f0WEcM.L'
Starting with tomorrow (Saturday)
Tho Gom Theater will run continuous
shows from 10 a. m. to 10 p. in. Thn
now plan will give every ono an oppor
tunity to seo tho many big productious
that this popular thcator havo booked
for the near future.
Tho new stunt will bo especially
pleasing to tho country folks.
D. HECH1NGER & CO.
ThR Bnst and Biggest Clothing and Shoo House In Maysville.
''The Virtue ot Believed-In Advertisements."
On last Friday we advertisel any pair Trousers in stock, worth and sold up to
$5, reduceo to $3 35. Well; ic'- many days s'noe as many D-nts were so d in Mays
vi ie in one day as w- e sold the day lollowing the aivertiB mean. We tola you the
best will tHjhtj first to go. Take ou" adlo- aad conn In now "AQd gs the best." '
O i Pric Keducing S ile on Wtn er Suits and Overcoats c ost s this oming Sat
urday nignt. We h v y t some excellent garm nts in stock. Y u c m mak no bet
er mvMS mjnt tnan buy on ot our flae Overcoats or Suits for next fall.
O r Spriog Hies ind Shoes ara now ready for your inspect on. Come in and let
u eho' t"Hll to vou.
COUNTY COURT NEWS. Tho many friends of Mrs. Robert YOUNG SKATER DROWNED.
Thursday tho inventory and appraise- Busby will be glad to know sho has so
mont of tho personal property of Miss far rccovorcd from her recent operation Owenhboro, Ky. Hillary Longest, 11,
Susan E. CofTco ,dcccascd, was produced that sho was removed from tho Wilson son of a farmer ,whilo skating, broko
and ordered filed. It amounts to Hospital to her homo in East Front through tho thin ico on Kingfisher lako,
$11,235. I street, Thursday afternoon. I near Owensboro, and was drowned.
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LINEN and CRA
Bargains in linen samples certain to cause a
flurry Samples cut from table damasks worth
from $i to $2.50 by the yard. Make desirable
carvers, tray cloths, children's napkins, &c. Ac
cording to size and quality 24x33 inches 10c,
17x30 inches 5c, 14x28 inches 2c each.
Th'e crash samples are 18x20 inches and sell
for 2 c each.
These samples will be placed on sale Saturday
at 9 a m. Please do not ask to have samples re
served In order to give every one a fair chance
positively no samples will be laid aside. First
come, first served will rule.
INTEREST IN THE LINEN SALE SUSTAINED.
And it wouldn't be if the values didn't jus
tify it. The spirit of this sale covers three words
Quality, Variety, Price. Each is right and the
three combined make an irresistible force.
PILLOW CASE LINEN
Honest and trustworthy. Will wear and
wash better thin any pillow linen you've had at
50c because it is an extra value. And remember
price is never lowered by cheapening quality. In
sharing profits with you we double sales and can
afford to sell closer.
YOUNO BUROLAR SENTENCED.
Carlisle. Convicted of having ontor-
I London, February 20. Threo hearty
American chocrs and n tiger was the
WOMEN VOTERS FAILED TO VOTE.
Chicago. At tho first real test of
cd tho office of E. G. Flora, Postmaster wolcomo given by tho baso ball teams Chicago women as voters thoy failed
and railroad agont at Pleasant Valloy, to King Qoorgo on his arrival today on
Joe Tinglo 18 years old, of that place, tho Chelsea football ground to witness
was sentenced to servo three years in tho gamo between tho New York and
tho Stato School of Reform. Chicago teams.
lamentably, and tho suttrago leaders aro
busy explaining why less than a third
of tho women qualiflod to vote in this
city really did so.
AOED WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH.
Mt Sterling. Mrs. Fannio Hedges,"
70, caught fir at tho homo of her soh,
Oscar Holmes, in Nicholas County,
Wednesday, and received burnd result-
ing in her death.
atarday Will Be RD LETTER DAY
1 DOUBLE STAMPS
If we have jonr
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Only SEVEN Winter Suits lett.
sizo you ean mako our own price.
"Royal" Linen WaiBts. soiled, but water is cheap.'
75cK worth up to $8.
75c Bungalo Aprons 60c.
Oolorod Petticoats, nearly all silk, $1.50.
Wo sell nearly all that are Bold in this couuiy. THERE
IS A REASON.
New Spring Arrivals !
"Queen Quality" Oxfords,
New Dress Goods.
Big line of New Rugs, Carpets and Mattings.
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