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Thanks to out friends
and tho high class of
merchandise we sell,
we raised the money
we noeded, and from
' March 1st, next, the
Suits will ho raised in
price (2.50 on each
suit. The Overcoats
will remain tho same
price until all gono, so
If you want a suit
come at once.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
Conn'ersvlllo, Ind., voted wet by 500.
WANTS $25,000 DAMAGES FROM
O. & O.
Allocinu cross carelessness as the
causo of action, Daniel Schultz, admin
istrator of Rose Schultz, tiled suit in
tho Circuit court at Newport against
tho Chcsapeako & Ohio Railroad Co., for
$25,000 in damages. The petition,
charges thnt on December 29, 1013,
whllo tho girl was en routo to her place
of employment she was struck by one of
tho company's trains and killed.
Mrs. Edwin Matthews entertained
with a very large and delightful "500"
party in honor of her guests, Mrs. Bush
and her sister, Mrs. Prather. A number
of out of town guests were present, and
n very delicious luncheon was served.
Mrs. Ford Ilcchingcr won the first, Mrs.
Lucieu Mnltby tho second, and Mrs.
Will Smith the general prize. Auction
500 was played and about fifty ladies
enjoyed the afternoon's entertainment.
Panama Canal ready
.July 1, says Goethals.
W. S. West succeeds Bacon as Senator
Christy Mathowson will remain with
the National League.
Snow prevents races at Charleston,
S. C, first time on record.
C. P. Taft refused $750,000 for the
Dr. R. II. Crossflold, president of
Transylvania University and tho Col
lege of the Bible, arrived from Panama.
SNOW AT GALVESTON
In Nineteen Years Fruit
Crop Is Damaged.
Dallas, Texas. Freezing weather had
reached tho Texas gulf eoast, while low
temporaturos continued over tho north
ern section of tho State and . Okla
homa. Pour degrees abovo zero again
was recorded In tho plains country of
Texas and Western Oklahoma.
Considerable damage was done to
At Galveston, Texas, moro than one
tenth of an inch of snow fell, tho first
.there in two years, and the heaviest fnll
recorded in 19 years.
trying to find a safe, nour
ishing food that will agree
with the baby that has just
This is an important epoch,
and on securing proper food
depends the future growth'
and health of tho child.
Grape-Nuts prepared as
follows has often solved the
Place one ortwo teaspoon
fuls of Grape-Nuts in a cup
of hot water; stir for five
minutes, at Intervals; pour
off 1he liquid portion and
add a little sugar. Feed this
"liquid Grape-Nuts" to the
Milk and cream, and more
of the softened Grape-Nuts
may be added later on.
This food Is convenient,
economical and safe. It la
worthy a trial, especially
where other "Infant Fqods"
jtjo not mace gooa.
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crisis ha? passed and wo hope for Mr.
Mnyo's rapid recovery," was tho stato
incut mado tonight at tho Mayo homo
regarding tho condition of John 0. C.
Mayo, tho mining millionaire and polit
ical leader, who is suffering from
Bright 's disease.
TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS OLD.
This issuo of the News ends tho twenty-seventh
year of Its oxisteJico twenty-seven
years of constant effort to put
Dover on tho map. It has met with
"rough sledding' nt times but always
a booster, never a knocker. It has
never been appreciated fully and some
people do not yet realize what it hns
done for the town and community.
During this period 1,530 different ed
itions have been printed, over 2,000,000
copies have been sent out, reaching no
kss than 10,000,000 readers.
To The Glenn Insurance Bill Make It
Moro Acceptable To The Com
panies In New Form.
Frankfort, Ky., February 25. Whilo
a crowd In tho Senato gallery was
waiting for tho Glenn bill, giving tho
Stato Insurance Rating Board power
to enforce its rates on firo insuranco
companies, to bo cnlled up, tho Senate,
on motion of Senator Hall; made the
budget bill n special order for Frida'.
Tho bill provides that a budget com
mttteo of five members, composed of
threo senators and two representatives,
bo selected to examine the affairs of any
department, institution, public works,
commission or officer of tho State to as
certain facts and make recommenda
tions relative to increasing tho cfli
cioncy and curtailing expenses of the
All Stato departments institutions,
commissions and officers of tho State
shall, on or before the first day of No
vember, biennially in tho odd-numbered
years, report on blanks furnished for
such purposes and cstimato in itemized
form to the" governor, stating the
nmount of money needed for their
wants for the biennial period, begin
ning with tho first day of July there
after. The members of the committers shall
receive a salary not to exceed $10 per
day, together with traveling expenses.
Senator Frost's measure providing
for local option elections on a petition
of 25 per cent, of the voters of the
whole county was reported favorably
by the House Committee on Alcoholic
Liquor Traffic and given its first read
ing. Tho. measure passed the Senate
after a bitter fight. The House com
inlttpo voted unanimously, in favor of
The Committee on Appropriations re
ported a substitute resolution provid
ing u budget system of caring for np
propriations and expenditures and the
resolution was ordered printed and
placed on tho desks.
The same committeo reported an orig
inal bill repealing the appropriation
for the various State institutions, which
was given its first rending.
The Glenn Insurance bill has been
amended by tho rating board, who claim
it will pass the Senate 27 to 9. It has
passed the House. "The amendments
proposed by tho i.iting board to tho
Glenn bill in the Senate," said Chair-
niMi Ruby Lnffoon of the board, today,
"will be offered by Senator Glenn lSV
are proposed by tuc board ami not
through any compromise agreement
with tho fire insurance companies.
Tho wholo purposo of the measure is
to strengthen the power tt tho board
to compel compliance with its orders, re
garding fire insurance rates, and to ro
ducc the firu loss in tho Stato by ac
quainting tho insurers with tho unturo
of the hazards and how to remedy them.
"Wo decided not to Insist upon the
provision of the Glenn bill, empowering
tho board to apply tho scliedulo of
rates to individual risks. We found it
could not be done insido of three or four
years, but while tho companies have the
right to apply "the rato to tho risks,
tboy required to file with the board im
mediately the mnko up ovory risk re
rated. "Tho tax on premiums is mado 1 por
cent. The bill provides for the appoint
ment of" a hydraulic and electrical en
gineer, whoso duty it will bo to test tho
water plants, seo.that citleB arc proporly
clasnifledwlth reference to firo pro
tection and to inspect wiring and ro
duce fire hazards by means of this in
spection." The board also will have,
tho right to .investigate riskB and as
certain whether they are over-Insured.'
"The bill providos for'a commission
of threo men to make investigation and
report to the 1910 General Assembly.
The bill also gives tho board power
to require a flat raise or reduction In
rates on particular classes of risks."
Our Mm& &mm.
Tho Art Department of tho Civic Im
provement Club wIU meet Saturday aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock at tho home of Mrs.
Bertio L. Dudlny in East Third Btreot.
The Civic Improvement Club will
meet Monday night with Mrs. Sudle
Morton, 1221 Forest avenue, owing to
tho revival we havo not had a meeting
for somo time. Let all the mombors
be prcsont, so we can plan our work
for tho summer. Visitors aro welcome.
MRS. M. J. PATTON, Presidont.
MRS. II. L. ANDERSON,
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That is tno proud privilege ox
ovory American bora boy.
But, whether or no, ho is
your son and photographs that
preservo hls'boyhood and youth
will mean ovorythlng to you in
after years. What he means
to you now, he will also mean
to others somo day, and tho
llttlo collection "taken at"
various ago will bo a price
less treasure for generations
The Photographer in Your Town.
Plenty of ice, but no boats.
Gunge marks 27.5 foot and falling.
CALL LUKE McLUKEI
Now York. Joseph R. Stonebroaker
adopted a uniquo method to provout a
dozen men whom ho nnmos as co-respondents
from communicnting with
Coustnnco Stilwcll Stouobreaker, whom
he is suing for divorce He asked the
Supreme Court to'grant him an Injunc
tion ordering tho men to cense their
visits to his wife.
EVEN THE COLORED PEOPLE CAN
I.oxington. Tho colored Miuistorlnl
union of this city, the strongest organ
ization of the kind in Central Ken
tucky, has put a ban on dancing. At a
meeting of the members of tho churches
they were told to withdraw their names
from tho list of patrons of the charity
ball advertised for this week. Union
also opposes Sunday funerals.
ICE VERY HEAVY AT OALLIPOLIS.
Oallipolis, Ohio. Zero weather tilled
the Ohio River chock full of the heav
iest ice seen hero in years. Tho steam
ers"Stoel City nnd Greenwood, after a
hard fight from Cincinnati, reached hero
and sought an ice harbor. Ferry boats
have had to stop running for tho first
time in six vears. Tho Bolprc ferry
boat Nita Dayton is frozen up in the
TEXAS HAS MODEL PAROLE LAW.
Dallas, Texas, February 25. Revoc
able paroles for fifty convicts have been
signed by Governor O. B. Colquitt of
Texas and with their departure from
the Huntsvillo penitentiary today the
State will inaugurate , an experiment
in (lie management of prisoners without
guards or shackles and a profit-sharing
plan for their work on public roads. The
Stato will receivo $15 a month for each
convict's labor. Half or this will go to
the penitentiary fund and half to the
'man's personal account. Tho county
in which the men work will maintain
them without the expense of guards and
Aro "Danger Signals "tho human system's mothod of giving warn
ing that tho blood has become impoverished and circulation poor.
In this condition tho human body is almost powerless to resist tha
mora serious illness. Don't delay. You need
Golden Medical Discovery
It gets to work immediately at the seat of your trouble tbe Stomaoh.
It lends fehelplng hand. Helps to digest the food. Tones up the stomach.
Soon brings back normal conditions. Food Is properly assimilated and
turned into rich, red blood. Every organ Is strengthened and every tiisno
Mado from roots taken from our ereat nmerlcan forests. Try this
remedy now. Sold by Medicine Dealers
to Dr. Pierco'a Invalids Hotel, Buffalo,
Yea caahave Ike complete "Medical Adviser" et'lOOS
bonnd-free-by aenoUkg Dr. Pierce 31c for nrapplag
HERE'S A BARGAIN
We bave about 60 BuBbels OLOVEU 8EED tbat has about lfi&
ALSYKE in it tbatwo are going to sell at 0 per bdabei OAdH.
Come quick it you want some of it,
A Good Finish
If you have any Tobacco left and have not sold
some at the HOME, be sure and do so and you will
see the difference and discover why most people
sell their Tobacco
At the HOME!
IT WILL BE PLAIN AND
PROFITABLE TO YOU 1
Market finished strong last Friday. Mefford &
Grimm sold a basket containing 75 pounds at 41c
per pound, a basket of 30 pounds at 39c per pound
and i basket of 20 pounds
HOME HOLDS SEASON'S RECORDS FOR
POUNDS, PRICE AND , SATISFACTION.
Washington, Fobruary 25. tho Mox
lean situation which has centerod chief
ly for tho last few days, upon offorts
to determlno how and why tho Con
stltutionalists oxecuted William S. Ben
ton, a British subject, was broadened
tonight when Consul Garrett nt Nuovo
Laredo was instructed to inquire into
tho hanging by Mexican Federal troops
of Clomcnte Vorgara, nn American cit
izen. WEATHER REPORT
SNOW TODAY; FRIDAY FAIR
Following are this morning'1 .uotft
ttons o& country produoe, telephoned at
0 o'cloek by the E. L. Manchester Fro
Eggs ; UOc
Kens i 13o
Old roosters 6o.
Wheat firm, 99c$1.01; corn firm, 09
70c; oats firm 4243c; ryo firm.
Livo Stock. .
Cincinnati, Fobruary 25 Receipts for
tho past 21 hours, aro as follows:
Cattle, 1538; hogs, 01C4; sheep, 009.
Cattle Steady to strong. Shippers,
$G.508, extra $S.108.25; butcher
steors, extra $7.808, good to choice,
$0.757.75, common to fair $5.506.C0;
heifers, extra $7.757.90, good to choice
Bulls Bologna $0.507.25, extra
$7.35, fat bulls $7.50.
Milch cows Steady to strong.
Calves Activo and 25c to 50c higher.
Extru $12.50, fair to good $1012.25,
common and large $0.5011.75.
Hogs Ton cents higher on packers
and butchers; steady on light shippers
nnd pigs. Selected heavy $9.059.10,
good to choice packers and butchers
Sheep Strong. Extra $5.50, good to
choice $55.40, common to fair $3
Lambs Strong. Extra $S, good to
choice $7.007.95, common to fair $5.75
7.50, clipped lambs $0.257.35.
IOO Htnard, tlOO.
Tt ta&deri ot thli PPr will b pleated to
tbatli GftUrrb. lUII'i Oturrn Ours It tb only
potltlicoure aonknown to tbe medtoaltratet nlty.
CAtarrb being a oonttltutlontl dliei,requirn a
oonitltuttonaltreatmeDt. lUU'iCnUrr areli
uktn Internally, aotlog dLraotly upon ue blood
and mnoout turfaoet of tbe tyitem, thereby do
ttroylDK the foundation of thedlieaie.andglylnt.
Ihepatlentitrengtb by building nptheoonttltu
tlon andatilitlng natura In doing ltt work. Tbe
proprletori hare to roaeb faith in ttt ouratlte
power that thry offer One Hundred Dollar net
llmouUlt. AddrtuF.J. CnBNKV A OO.tToledo,0.
Sold by al I DruggltU, 7to.
Tn liquid or tablet form or send 60a
N. Y., for trial box.
at 51c per pound.
Have you ever tried our wa;
ot borrnwlnc .mnnnv tn nnv In
a farm? d& .M
, ot cwirso. know that
p soldfor one-
4b e balance ol t
luiru casu uuu
the pavment is represented by t
M lien notes duo in one and two M
S years. You also know that
there are times when it is im
B toarible to pay .these noteB
when they become d,ue. ag
Our specialty ie lending
2 money on good (arms lor
LONG PEIUODd. Wouldn't
Byou rather hayo five years to
pay the balance than two years? pj
Any one expecting to buy
2 farms this March will do well Jj
to come in and consult us about
H getting the money. H
B Wo have been giving satis M
S (actory service for 24 years. H
S Union Trust and E
g . Savings Co.
Maysville, - - Kentucky "
Tllirfnr Anrll ftiA nYillilmn nt Ihn Tf t
of P. Widows and Orphans Homo at
Lexington, will visit Paris, on invita
tion of Rathbono Lodge, and givo an
We have these in 10c package
and Maple Syrup iu quarts at 40:
J. C. CABLISH
Quality Grocers. '
''" WltUiyOi ththtwilngtef'ltel
1 ll'anttd," "mtuallort
U'iiiiJ." "Loti" arxl "ibund," ami not eiertdln.
'tree Untt in ImgtA, ore JTJIEJ: to all.
' IluiilJieaa AdrertlMiuonta Inaertc
If ant tort fail to con tkt flrit time, xee (milt a
nana reprtittont at are noMry (o lecure what vox
it trtlte far. ir utih advtrtUeri to ftl that the;
rti not tinttottng on VI fcy urtng our fret column),
BVAUpcrtUtn MBIT furnlik copy, vhttn tan N
left at IM Qflce or tmt by tmlU
TSS PUBLIC LBDasx,
iTa. to Xatt Third Strttt,
WANTED Girl to do general houe
work and cooking. Wages $3 per
week. Phone 320.
WANTED Work of any kind 10 its
honeit, by a young boy, ago 10. Can
read and write. Don't smoke or ehew
tobaceo. Address Walter F. GrUhatn,
It. D. No. 1, at Mr. Wm. Tuggle,
WANTED A girl to wait on table at
196 Market street.
FOB BENT fi room cottages and 0
room flats, nrr, usat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot and cold water, out
floor, tho acme of economy, comfort
and convenience. Excellent location,
Fourth and Plum strsets. J. M.
FARM TOR SALE Woll improved;
37 Vi acres on rural routo. 1
miles from Orangeburg High School.
Price $1750. Call on or address Dr
It. P. Moody, yayBvillo, Ky. 28-0t
FOR SALE 1 B flat Cornet, silver fin
ish, in high and low pitch. Cheap for
cash. Address Manager Pastime
FOR SALE A flno rosewood EMER
SON Oraa'd Square PIANO, excellent
tone, flnsst make, In good condition,
and without a blemish. Price reason
able. Call PHONE 398, Maysville.
LOST Black satchel containing sum of
money. Reward offered if left at
Barkloy's Shoo Store.
LOST Gold Cuff Button Saturdsy with
. . initial "I" and some engraving on
it. Finder pleaso leave at this office
LOST Pocketbook containing H, be
tweon Hunt's store and Fifth street.
Findor ploase return to Hunt's store.
LOST Gold cuff button between the
Racket Storo and Forest avenue, by
way of tho L. & N. Finder please
leavo at tho Racket Store,
LOST A platinum bar pla with chip
diamonds between Pastime and Dr.
John Karbsar's ttsidoaeo. Ratarn
to Ml Sftrbear. -
. iwiiM . i M , iIiiii.m,MMui.7.i.. .J ni.m . .- , , , ,..,,.. mMu timtk.
THE MEMORY OF QUALITY REMAINS WHEN PRICE IS
It is -Always Thus if You
Get Your Goods at Hopflich's
Make me of this bad spoil of weathor by doing your Spring
sewing. All tho now goods aro hero and you got tho first choice,
and tho prices aro so reasonable that you can got two or throo
dresses for the prlco of a ready.to-woar and at tho samo tlmo use
your own Ideas of how a dress should he made.
The lino of Trimmings is wonderfully boautiful and varied.
Lacoa, Bilks and Blbbons for Oirdlos, Tassols, Ornaments,
Jewsl Trimmings, Brocados, Cloth of Gold, &c, &c.
Ilatlnos, Voiles, Orepos, Embroideries, Oamasolo Laces and Em.
broideries, Neckwear, Gloves, &c., &c.
Make up your Spring bedding now. Tho prices are advancing,
but wo hav8 thorn at tho old prlco.
March Fashions are hero.
211 and 213 MARKET STREET. S
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going to
Li?ave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
Wo trjerely were closing nut
an extra' liue of Gas Stoveo.
Cnnio and pou our utirivaleti
iioods and j'idgn f r ynurelf.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Street.
Tile, Wright Wav
to Smoke Meat.
By using the Wrleht Way of
curing meat you can have
the bes meat that can possi
bly be produced.
The WrfEht Way is to use
Wiight's Ham Pickle for
making sugar-cured meat and
then smike with Wright's
Smoke. Por sale by
JOHN C. PECOR
.. t Mam
W..W y uj
H. 8. KLLISiAxent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Soaedale effeotlv Nav.
90,1818. 8ubot to dhanic
wlthnat notlfifl. i
ITBAIN8 LIAVK MAYSVILLE. KS1
8:SS a.m., 8:98 a m.,
8:13 p.m., dally.
6:80 a. m., 8:10 a. m.,
fi 00 p.m.. dally, local.
1:40 p, m., 8:'l n. m.,
10:f P.m. dally. ,
0:M ra b'.VO pi m.
T:K p. ra.,neok-Uyi.
W. TO WIKOKIf. Ktrtif
The distinguishing air ofNquality which a first
class Electric Sign gives w a store is the ele
ment which gives a sign its greatest value as an
advertising medium and investment. The im
pression it makes is good. It blazes forth to
the public that there is business enterpr se,
merchandise and methods U-to-date. It af
fects the entire atmosphereof the business
district The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the'ljimes.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
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We Are Now Rpdy tol w
ilGive You Our Service!
To us service moauo
tno beat mercbanuiao
what you waut when ynu wnut iV'o
ralnrlln vffnA r..nn rvnr,nr if ran f..ilU -,
giauiv iciuuu yuui
aatiafy you. Try
Marx feuit and Overcoat for tho nr.vct
you usually nay for
Our stock of Shoes,
the little accesaorioa
great care. Coino in
it's worth while.
J. WESLEY LEE,
SfHrTSuOD CLOTHES MAN,
S JUtM9i44dB444i4 iiii
talking about Is tho splendid qual
ity of our fluo old Rye Wblsky.
It Is mellow, rich flavored and
pure, and makes a most delightful
highball or bracing drink. It Is
matchless in its medicinal prop
erties, too, and it never givos on
a headache. If you are a critic of
good liquors, you will be pleased
to .recommend this brand after tho
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
ultea, rint Nntlonal rtank Bnlldlns.
IMAYNVILL.E, KY. .-
Local and Long I Offloe No. 66.
Dlttanor PhnnPt ( lteldnv No 117.
and Sales Stable
bmbalmers. for Hire.
I '.. ? tL
this: To bOll
to bo nau; t(
muuuj u u ii
the iuferior kiuM.
Hats, Shins and am
are selected with
and lest us out;
SgCDMl and Market Slreeti ,: