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S nprrmncfrniinn SATURDAY.
j iuuuuou uuuu MARCH 7th.
By tho National Biscuit Co. of tboir Ado lino
2 of Crackers and Cakes,
at our store.
5 Come and bring your friends.
-'"PUBLIC ggl LEDGER-' "
HF iZ?KvvBUQ8sP& MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914.
1 ' i H Dressed M
IP ' Mail . ;1I Pine Lumber tP
f The poet sang nbout the snow, jiPfcofS )t IWPi?
K Though others nt his themo may ??1' (SKSSeS
K ieoff- I KW 9111
m 31e can afford to sing, you know; tmVrTJMm-
'5 Ho d009n,t have t0 c,ean if oir- lo mm
for sale. usi--ss,' wSTOj3b
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Two good work toams, wagons and
hurness. Call at O. W. 1'ollitt's stable.
Good First Mortgage Land Notes
Yielding 0 and 7 Per Cent.
FRANK H. CLARKE.
Fiqst National Bank Building.
SOME BIO FIQUBES.
Tho report of tho condition of "The
Bank of Mnysillo National Hanking
Association," is published in today's
Tho figures speak olumes for tho
management and hiiccohh of this solid
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports showtbo steady
outnut of coal during tbe last' few
yea7s baa made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are goiug to get
more srade your trade by giviue
yon a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILllE COAL CO.
We now have It We are positive it wilr not be sold at this
price again during this year. Come and get it whie it lasts.
This lumber can be used for outbuildings, cheap barn siding
or most any purpose except fine linisbing work. Huy it now.
You will need it before you can get it again at this price.
The Mason Lumber Co. "
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan,
Tho lid was on tight in Lexington
yesterday and saloons, cafes and stores
First and host lots of liemnante of Wallpaper 5
now on salo. . Prices 35c per lot up.
5 Priced to rr.ako rmmi 5
MURDERED BY MEXICAN
Laredo, Toxns, March S. Texas Ran
girs who secretly crossed into Mexico
lust night, today brought to tho Amer
ican sido tho mutiliatcd body of
Clomento Vcrgara, and established tho
fact of his oxecution after ho was seiz
ed 1)3' Mexican ToderalH.
HINOFR RRO Leading Retailers
U11NVjcC1 5r3., 107 W. Second St.
FRESH FISH DAILY.
Fresh fish received eveiy day during
25-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
Mrs. John 0. Kirk, of Washington,
visited her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Glaypoolo
ar.d family, last week. Mt. Olivet
SJ. T. KACKLEY & CO.S
5 " ' "
5 Frfr Salp First-Class Rasnlnn Enqino and Oynnmn. 5
Opened its COth Series March 7th,
with a record breaking number of
shares over COO.
Costs only 30 cents to start a share.
Never pays loss than 5 per cent.,
nhich beats 3 per cent.
Doom this record breaker.
Monoy to loan on easy payments.
JAS. W. PITZOERALD, Treas.
H. 0. Sharp, Soe.
Are We Your Druggists ?
If not, why not? Our methods of dealing
squarely with all our trade has brought us many
nmv mtnrnninra Arn iim
one of them? If not, wo RFxT
ninin ask, why not?
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. mSfn
POWER & DAULTON
before putting them at the spring work.
Every horse is better for a good clipping. It not only
improves the appearance, but clipped horses rest better,
do better work and get more good from their feed.
Clip with the famous
Stewrt Ball Bearing
Turns easiest dtps fast lasts long
guaranteed and costs only . . .
FOR SALE BY
i7Tb W avW V V Tl V
Mrs, Flcoman is on tho sick list this
Our church notes go over until tomorrow.
Mrs. J. W. Wheeler and Mrs. J. Blake
of Winchester, Ky., aro tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Currey of East Sec
Mrs. J. I Nash loft yesterday aftor
noon for Aurora, Ind., to attend tho
funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Frances
DEATH OF FRANK B. RANSON.
Col. E. A. Robinson received a telo
gtam this morning announcing tho death
nt l'r.ink 11. Hanson in Judiauapolis.
Hemiiins will arrive hero tomorrow
lifter noon on tho l:3u train and will bo
taken direct to the Mnysvillo Cemetery
SNOW NO 22.
Thero nero seven layors of sunshlno
yesterday and 'stcen snows in fact it
did all sorts of stunts Sunday but bo
have. March is March and that is all thoro
in to it.
Are Tho Season's Tobacco Sales On The
Maysvillo Markot Will Qo Over
sold the past week
to dato 15,703,203
MISS SUDIE SHEPHARD SOLICITS
I will bo at homo this spring and will
be ploasod to do all styles of tho latest
in millinery work at vary reasonable
prices. You aro Invited to call at my
houio or phons 505.
MISS SUDIE SllEPIIAUD,
6 3t Maysvillo, Ky.
SALINDA FRANCES HUDSON
Oood Wlfo of Comrade Oeorgo W. Hud
son Called To Her Final Rest.
A. J. dcrlach of Cincinnati was in this
city Friday on business.
' Mr. A. M. January of Front street
was a business visitor in tho Queen
-v m n
Miss Mary Alter Barbour is in Louis
ville visiting Mrs. Georgo R. Parker,
formerly of this city.
Mrs. Alfred Stiles of Houston avenue
io visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry L.
Proctor In Covington.
Mr. N. C. Rudy and daughter, Mrs.
T. A. D. Morris, and Mrs. J. D. Bur
rows, and children, came up from Cov
ington yesterday to remain seeral days
Mrs. S. F. Hayes and little son, Logan
and uncle, L. O. Trombo, wero called to
tho bedsido of her aunt, Mrs. II. M.
Logan, of Morcheail, who is very low.
Mrs. Kidder is very sick at her homo
ni the East End.
GREAT REVIVAL STARTS
At The Third Stroot M. E. Church.-
Rov. Bunton'a Eloquent Sermons
Appeal To Audiences Good
Statu or Obio7Citt or Tomdo, i
hVCkt COUNTT. J '
Fruk J,Cfcuy niukoioulb tUt lie luenlor
prtnrd'f ttienrmot P.J. Cteney A Co, .doing
builnettln the city of Toledo, oountyind ttkte
Jorotald, andtliiktittd firm will pay the mm ol
ONEIIUNDRED DOLLARS Joroh and oTorj
Mieof C.ttihthtonnot be cured by tbe nieol
Hll'iCatarrh Cure. FRANK J. CIIKNCY.
Snotntobeforeme aud lubiorlbed In my ore
uncethlifltbdayof Dtoember, A. D., 1888
(Slit.) A. W. Otlieon,
Hall'iCaUrrli Cure li taken Internally andaoti
dlreotlyon the blood aud muoout turfaoei of the
7. J. CIIENKY A CO. .Toledo, O.
Solo all DrucKliti, nt.
Revival services this evening and ov
ory opening during this nnd noxt week
at tho Third Street M. E. Church. Ser
vices will begin promptly nt 7:30 each
eveniug. Tho first half hour will be
devoted to song nnd prayer, the ser
mon beginning at 8 o'clock. He v. Bun
ton tho ovangelist, and Mr. Trent tho
pianist will arrivo this afternoon and
will be on hand for this evening's
service You will want to attoud these
meetings. Dr. Bunton is otio of the
ablest and most eloquent preachers in
Koutucky. His services nro in constant
dornnnd as a speaker on all sorts of
ouaeious. His gonial disposition wins
for him friends wherever ho goes. He
has multitudes of friends In Maysvillo
uhp will conio to hear him.
Tho services of yesterday wero a fit
ting introduction to tho revival. Dur
ing the Sunday School, which was large
ly attended, tho pastor pulled for a de
cision for Christ. Practically tho whole
school camo forward and gavo their
hand to the pastor. Many will bo tak
en into tho momborsbip of tho church
fchortly. Tho pastor preached stirriug
oxangollstic sermons both morning aud
evening urging tho pooplo to prepare
for tho battle for souls.
Como out tonight at 7:30and join in
tho song service and then hear a groat
Gospel sermon. Every ono raado welcome.
Mrs. Snlinda Frances Hudson, tho
enerable and beloved wife of Mr. Goo
W. Hudson, passed away Sunday after
noon, at 2 o'clock, at thoir home in
Clifton, in tho East End, after a long
illness from dropsy.
Mrs. Hudson was twico married. Mr.
Hudson boing her second husband. Sev
en children by her first husband sur
vive, as follows: W. H. Breeze, James,
Johu Graham, Nelson, Rector and Cur
tis lireezo, all of this city and county
nnd Mrs. James Nicholas of Lexington.
Funeral Tuesday morning ot 0:30 at
her lato homo with Rov. II. B. Wil
hoyto of tho First Baptist Church in
Burial in tho Shannon Cemotory.
Tho market hai
Tho markot was decidedly stronger
tho past week than for thirty days pro
ious, closing Friday very strong on n
giades, and it seoms as though it will
hold good the balanco of the season.
W. E. CLIFT, Suporvisor.
D. HECHINGrER & CO. TheBc!?fl83tMandBle8tMC,oloand
m dii.ftivAj.j.j.i -wj j-..a.u r vv Sline House in Mayay'lln.
Owing to tho prolonged wiutor weather we are now having wo have decided to
givo you another (and, by the way, your Inst) opportunity to secure an Overcoat at a
greatly reduced price. Wo leel sine there aro many who want to buy an Overcoat
that they can wear almost a month yet and then have it as good as newtor'next season.
Wo are displaying some excellent values in our Eist window.
$10.00 and $12.00 OVERCOATS .... $6.75
$15.00 and $16.50 OVERCOATS .... $10.00
$20.00 and $22.50 OVERCOATS .... $15.00
$25.00 and $28.50 OVERCOATS .... $18.75
We tmst you will avail yourselves of this teastof winter bargaius. Always get
tickots on thu Automobile.
BR &. CO.
The Prison Commission granted pi
roles to 422 convicts Saturdav.
SUES FOR REWARD.
Pointer Sheriff Scott, of
Edward F. MeNnmara, ago 11, shot
himself through tho head four times at
Fayette Lu.iU''ton Saturdav nicht and died ut
uiuo onapman, yto now manager or county, has sued for tho reward of tho hospital. Ho was a brother of
the Maysvillo Baseball Club, was in the fred for tho capture of "King'; Mc- "King" McNamnra now in tho Pen for
citj; Saturday and Sunday. Namnr, whom ho caught in Louis'ville. tho murder of J. S. Kcllar.
WINS CINfllfflATI BRIDE
Mr. Ooorgo Aimer Dodson of This City
Wedded to Miss Lillian Ewalt Stol-
worthy, Rector Fielding
SWEET MELON MANGOES-va
Verv fl.je ONION and OcJOQMBER PiOKLES. Those
are both BBTrBB and tfLHA.PJR thaa you can make them.
Tel-ph we as tor a fax toda? .
WiOBc13. QErSIL & CONRA
Snturday aftornoon, in tho Church of
the Advent, Episcopal, in Walnut Hills,
Cincinnati, Mr. Georgo Alraor Dod
son, of this city, was united
in mnrnago to Miss Lillian Ewalt Stol
worthy of Cincinnati.
Rector James H. Fielding of tho
Church of tho Nativity of Maysville,
was tho ofliciating clergyman, assisted
by Rector Tylor of the Church of tho
Advent, ono of tho most noted churches
Tho'nttondants woro Miss Florence
Dodson, of this city, sistor of tho groom,
oiid Mr. Itobort Horton, of Paris. Miss
Dodson wore n tan coat Buit, hat and
gloves to match. "
After tho ceromouy tho happy couple
left for a Southern trip and will later
bo at homo with Mr. Itichard Dodson
in East Third street.
Tho brido ii tho haudsomo and ac
complished daughtor of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles fltolw'orthy, of Walnut Hills,
and is prominent in church work. She
wns attirod in light bluo silk brocade
with hat and gloves to match and car
ried a shower boquet of sweot peas and
llllles of tho valley.
. Tho groom is the only son of Mr.
Richard A. Dodson, of this city, is an
oxvmplary young mnn nnd at prosont
associated in business with lib father
nnd uncle, Mr. Omar Dodson,
Mr. and Mrs. William Dew, tho lat
tor being a sistor of tho groom, and
Miss Sallie Curtis, and Dr. J, H. Samuel,
of this city were among tbs Maysville
relatives at the Buptlafe.
At Their Price.
A group of Nightgowns at $ i include a pretty
gown with the new Lorraine embroidery; an
other gown of nainsook trimmed with American
lace; a third is empire style, the upper part of
dainty embroidery. A high neck, low sleeved
gown of soft finish cambric is trimmed with
That Show No Shadows
Opaque, thick and long-lasting, they cost lit
tle more than the flimsy kind that show shadows
and betray home affairs to inquisitive outsiders.
Heavy and sound, they may be had in one color
or two-toned, different color on either side. You'll
never regret equipping your home with these
light, lasting, shadow-proof shades.
Shadow Laces M?
Designed especially for the lace corset covers
to be worn under the fashionable transparent bod
ice, these 16 and 18 inch Shadow Laces are in
very pretty patterns, with beading at edges. 50c
and 75c yard
HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE.
Tho homo of Mrs. Eliza Phillips of
tho Snrdis neighborhood was burned
Saturday about noon. Loss about
$1,000. Insurance $500, in Farmers Mu
tual Insuranco Company.
THE SNAKE SEASON OPENS
Ono day last week Mr. John Morgan
found a black snake six foct long on
his farm one milo above Springdnle. Tho
snake was dead.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas B. Roborson
l.ao announced tho coming marriage of
their daughter, Miss Ethel Robortson, to
Mr. Ilorbort Schwartz, Wednesday,
March IS, at thoir home at Xayslick.
The bride-to-bo is ono of the most pop
ular young ladies of this county.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
Special called meeting of Maysvillo
Council No. 1377 K. of C. this ovoning
nt 7.30 o'clock.
T. W. BHEEN, G. K.
JOHN McAULlFFE, Sec.
The prettiest styles
always. Come early.
Come in and let us show
you the cream in ladies'
Just about fifty
to show now.
They are beauti
ful and only
White, Tan and
Black. Why not
be fitted early
when stocks are
is going to be a
big oxford sea
son. Some swell
3, $3.25, $3.50 and
pt.7U $4. I
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