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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
This world is just n stage, you see,
So stiys tho seer's book.
And when wo strive to funny bo
Wo often get.tlio hook.
Tho loose leaf house at Manchester
closed last week. Tho amount of to
bacco sold during tho entire season
amounted to 1,202,170 pounds.
FREE OF DEBT
Rector Fiolding of Tho Church of Tho
Nativity Makos Wolcomo Announcement-.
Tho Church of Tho Nativity, Mays
villo 's beautiful, uuiquo and historic
Episcopal Church, is now entirely free
of debt, and Rector Jnmcs Henry .Field
ing is happy down in the innormost ro
cesses of his heart, in this tho time of
all times when humauity is making its
sacrifical vows at the "Lenten sen
son." Tho parishioners of tho church have
just subscribed over f 1U00, besides near
ly $200 for incidentals, thus tho Church
of tho Nativity doesn't owo n dollar.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports sbowthe steady
outi'Ul of coal during the last lew
ypaTa has made thp dealers pitch (or
wider market?, We are going to net
more Wade your tradp by giving
vnn a erpafer vnlu 'or your mnnpv.
Yon will never cet tt o Hpht unlpea
you huy w sely
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
H. A. Hughes is tho new rural mail
carrier out of Wedonia, succeeding C.
D. Campbell, removed.
Tho Ladies aro now thinking of houso
cleaning and Just boforo you bojiln that
worP- act your inprovementa made. Wo
will suggest a Cabinet Mantel. If you
only knew how choap you could got a
Cabinet M.mtol there would bo only a
few homes without them. Wo Kuarantco
to sell you a Cabinot Mantel as cheap
as you can got ono anywhoro In the
Here is d i n rn
One for $1 .oU
We have somo
cheaper. Conic to our ofllco and let us
show you and give you some prices.
The WSason lismltm1 Co. '
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Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phono 519.
A. A. McLaughlin L, N
I WEATHER FORECAST F"''S11''H S
I Good News,
Now for Girdtns ami Tnlmcd Bi'M
Y..u Will Need
POST HOLE DIGGERS,
POST HOLE AUGERS,
Hero's 'ho p ace to got thorn,
pnpplv "iir vi'ry "suit.
t in; wo can
g SQUARE DEAL MAN..
M (Jarlonds of new Buggies arriving every dny.
S Come in when the roads get in shape and wo will "
3 plnasn both V'Mir tastH nnd popki'-bnik. H
The Big Cr?z
A peifect gnnje of basfball
iliHt chi) be pltiyed t tie vvbolo
enr 'round. Brimful of ex
ritomeut mikI interest Mxkoa
rtll tbe plays and cnmbina'iou
of plHya that occur in any pro
fertional gme played on the
hull-field, Mich hi- balis, 8tikes,
bite, double plaje, triple playe,
Po f impln that children can
play i' lie well us grown-ups
Equal to any dollar cmo
hi d will raufcc a lin-eball (ah of
very member tli familv
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FRIDAY MARCH 27th. 1014.
Friday, March 27th, 1014, has been
fixed by tho MnysUllo Tobacco Asso
ciation as tho cloning diy for thN sea
son's Looso Leaf Tobacco sales. If you
liavo any Tobacco loft plcaso get it hero
boforo that date.
Our relations with both sellers and
buyers havo been most pleasant and sat
isfactory this season and to each wo
return our most sincoro thanks.
Wo havo used our best offorts to put
tho Tobacco up straight and make ev
ory pound sold over our floor bring its
full market value; and, the fact that
wo havo been ablo to sell about ono
third of all the Tobacco sold on this
market convinces us thnt our policy
of running the HOME as n strictly
commission houso nnd carefully sorting
nil tho Tobacco is approved by tho peo
ple. Such shall continuo to bo our policy,
and, on that platform wo respectfully
solicit your business of tho future
HOME. WAREHOUSE CO.
.T. N. Kchoe, 1'rcs.
J. W. Fitzgerald, Sec. 10-3t
g Roquefort in jars and roll, Limburg, Pimento,
J , Meufc''atel. Swiss and Cream.
I DINGER BROS.. ,"2SfS!
TRESH FISH DAILY.
Freih flsh rccoived overy day during
SJS-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
Good First Mortgago Land Notes
Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cont.
FRANK II. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
Are We Your Druggists?
If not, why not? Oar methods of dealing
squarely with nil our trade has brought us many
new customers Ari you -.p-
ono of them? If n t. wo Kr I
again ask, uhy not?
H. F WILLIAMS & (0. T,,E,SorT
"oi iiicinv-i.y tiottit"
POWER & DAULTON
D. HECHINGER & CO.
The Biagest and Best Clothing and Shno Store in Maysville.
With th" aitvnnt of Sprint; HtinaUine and approach of glorious Eitater your thnunbts naturally wil
turn to vour Hpri-n; Outfit Uig v h ir-j ve iinf to iv tint wi ttv-i not overlooked procuring the vtry
latent Sprinu; prodiicio h of ttia f imii nt Ouf)Tj r ittors in chi Ltnd.
Her" yu win ii 1 1 i 1 i i v i if Ci ) i-8 )3i, The Fnuion O). Mn'hieU, 8tern & Co.,
nil of KocoHHter, N Y ANi thi H rub, Vickwire On., of rhijiio. Aa huudrnda of you have worn
Olnt'iea m ly th-ao H i ise, y m en c-ntify ntu d I'ufuci n u Je-i 3 iu -oe ncyie aud durability.
See thd i np' tv f ttiai $iin n mr B - V 1 1 v 1 1 1 i ) t 1 1 a I n- onow .
V believe our lii- o' 112 ni $15 Sui'i whI nirathin fivirdbly compare with Suits that are
aild eNHQTe t from 3 to $5 in ire "U euro and Ht-e them "
Our Sp'ini; 8c ick of rl uu, Sliiea and all rniuuer of Mao'rt Furnishing Qojda are all ready fcr
DON'T FORGET TICKETS QM THC AUTOMOBILE
CITY MISSION WANTS SHOES AND
OPEN INVITATION TO ATTEND
Owing to tho entertainment at tlio
llifjh Sihool tlio revival senieo at the
Third Street M. 11. Church was innde
sliort last evening. It was, however, a
voiv he ntu ineetiuET. ur. iiunion anu
The City Mission will bo ery grate
ful for shoes mens, womens and child
No s(c ul se-3ion of tho Legislature rons, Tho cou WCathcr has made the
until 'ii'tcr the primary demands greater than tho supply.
NO DANGER OF FLOOD.
Washington. Littlo rain and
inrui wcjthcr havo saved tho country
from the datiger of great floods, accord
iin,' to the present outlook, says tho
United States Weather Bureau.
I Yesterday was a typical March day
with rain, snow and a little bit of ovory
much tliinir else- that was unpleasant.
Congressman Stanley speaks at Car
lislo Saturday in his race for tho Son-ato.
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Mr. Anthony Dienor arrived Tuesday
evening from St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. W. A. Munzing of Forest avo
nuo is visiting her mother, Mrs. Martha
Vimout nt Millcrsburg.
Mrs. Lunsford Gribblo of Dover was
a shopper and spent tho day with rela
tives in thin city yesterday.
Mrs. Scbultz Wood of Third street is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Twyraan of
Jacksonville, Fla. Coviugtou newa in
Mrs. Louis Merz and daughter, Miss
Jean, who have been spending tho win
ter season in New Orleans, returned to
their homo iu l'ast Second street yes
terday. Mr. Merr, who has boon in
Philadelphia during his wife's absonco
has also returnod home.
Mrs. M. B. Gibbons nnd daughter,
Miss Eliznbeth, will bo tho guosts of
Mr. Pickett and Mrs. Allen this week.
Mrs. Gibbons will bu in Maysville sev
eral days and then go to southorn Ken
tucky nnd Tennosseo on businoss for
Christian College, Columbia, Mo.
Tho case of Ambrey Pollltt agninst
Arthur Day occupied tho court's atten
tion during the greater part of tho day.
It seems as though a lino fence- had
caused thp difficulty between tho two
armors. Thoy could not agree how
to settle thoir difference. The jury found
for tho plaintiff.
PERSONAL ESTATE OF DR. THOB.
' E. PIOKETT.
Tho inyontory and appraisement of
tho pcraoial estate of Dr. Thomas E.
Tickett was produced in the County
Court, filet,! and ordered recorded.
Forty-six years ago yesterday, March
ISth the steamer Magnolia exploded
just abovo Cincinnati with frightful
loss of life.
ANOTHER SHOW STRANDED.
Mr. Trout sang a duet, "Saved By 1
From now on tho services will all be-
gin at 7:30. Come this evening ami
join in tho song service which occupies
tho first half hour. Friday evening will
bo a "Mothers' service. " Tho front
pews will be reserved for tho mothers.
A committeo of young ladies will wel
come thorn at tho door and give to each
a suitablo soucnir. This is oxpeeted
to be ono of tho best services of the ro
Don't let nnything keep you nwny
from tho remaining services. This op
portunity dues not come often. You
will bo the loser if you throw away this
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Given Negro Woman, Josio Prico, By
Pearco Best Another Darkey Now
Thrco young men touring Kentucky
with a hypnotic show becamo stranded
in this city last Friday, and in orde'
10 return to tneir uomes in uincinnr
they pawned their overcoats an7
dress suit. They appenrcd at th
phcum on Thursday night &y
performance did not make a
wero billed to show three '
About five o'clock yesterday after
noon a serious cutting affray occurred
at tho East End of Crowell alley in tho
Fifth Wnrd. Pearco Best, colored, of
Mayslick. and Josio Price, ono of M?.vs
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vino 8 noionous husk v uuiut
li up. , - f
Josio received so,?
cuts about tho ' '
aftor tho cuttir,1
of hours sy
Lewis County, and
Board of Health Shoux
idonts of That Plal
Coming to This
The littlo villago of Fea
uouuty, is vory much n
smallpox at tho present tl
cases aro breaking out ever)
aro now botween twenty a
live cases at that place.
Thoro docs not seem to b
a qunrantino on the place, ho
tho residents continuo to trav
fro, nnd this city scorns to &,' her
share of visitations, in fact, ono of tho
"gooa citizens" or that piato mauo
boasts thnt his family was' infected
with a few cases of the disoaso, and he
thought ho would bring it to Maysville,
in order that' this city might also get a
tasto of it. And the diseaso is advanc
ing into this county, too, as a son of
Thomas Mcfford, who lives about six
miles from this city, now has a caso.
and he contracted it whilo visiting in
It is tinio thut tho city nnd county au
thorities should look into tho matter,
and keep rcsidonts of that placo from
coming bore, as they aro a menace to
the Hfo and health of this community.
"An ounco of prevention is worth n
pound of cure."
Colors and Weaves
We are proud of this collection of modcrato priced Silks. It
is safe to siy no town tho slzo of Maysvillo has ever shown so
l.ngo an assoitincut sinco tho vogue of ready-to-wear gar.nents
made such Inroads on pioco goods.
POPLINS plain a.id figured in two dozen different piecos.
29c to 31.50.
CREPES plain and figured, all Silk, also Silk and Cotton, in
moro than sixty different pieces. 39c to $1.50.
SATIN-FINISHED SILKS In Charmcuso, Messalino, Foulard
and other weaves, can bo conservatively estimated In plain and
figvred patterns at 75 different pieces.
IN ADDITION tho Chiffon Taffetas, the Shirting Silks, tho
Jap Silks, tho plain and figured weaves In surah twill easily bring
our Silk Stock at a minimum estimate to MORE THAN TWO
All at modcato prices beginning at 29c. Nothing higher than
51.50 excopt Crepes and Cascadeens at $1.98. And it Is not the
sizo of tho rlock that gratifies us so much as Its DESIRABILITY
in point of style, quality aud price.
Foreign Inpiration Marks Even
Paris has presented countless originalities which American tail
ors havo adapted for even inexpensive Suits. Fashion has intro
duced now colors, tango, silver-green, copper, bright bluos, with
navy and black of courso always correct.
Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets
aro tho products of designers who havo the knowledge necessary to
pioduco corsets suited to women particular about their figuro,
health, comfort and appearance. Thin doublo boning gives easy
flexibility to tho garment. Doublo lnterllnings provent the bones
punching through and toaring tho cloth; tho fabrics aro light and
soft, but so strongly woven they will not stretch or shrink.
Wo Invito your Inspection of tho styles we carry, or au order
by mall will rocoivo prompt attention. Wo further guarantee
overy pair of Warner's Rust-proof Corsets not to rust, break or
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UNION. MR. DAVIS NOT IMPROVING.
April 1st all Union bar
's will close at S o'clock at night
an Saturday night.
BARBERS' UNION NO. 703.
E. Nash, Sec. 19--U
Mr. Thomas A. Davis, who is ill at
Martinsville, Ind., is not improving as
his friends would like. His niece, Mrs.
Ida Duley left yesterday for Martins
villo to joiti him and her sister, Miss
WELCOME TO OUR CITY.
Mr. Amos A. McLaughlin and family
hao moved into their recently pur
chased home in West Riveriew Ter
race, formerly tho homo of Mrs. C. B.
Pearco, who has moved to Manchester,
Mr. Fred J. Schadlo, son of Mr. Philip
Srhadle and .Miss Lidn E. Henderson,
both of the Pleasant Ridgo neighbor
hood, woro united iu marriage yesterday
at 8 p. in. by Dr. Maurice Waller at his
residence in East Third strcot.
COST OP LIVING REDUCED !
4 Cans of Ceed Corn Only 25 Cent's.
3 Cans at Good Peaa Only 35 Ce,.tn.
3 Can ul Fancy Temateea Only ..... 35 Centa
Jhaaa PHaea Ara tmr ika CASH Only.
Tobacco Sold on the Maysvillo Mar
ket Yesterday Sales Close Friday
Following wero tho tobacc6 sales yes
terday: Independent Houso,
Total sales 5775
Highest prico , $17.75
Lowest price LS0
Total sales 14,340
Highest prico $18.00
Lowest prico 2.30
Total salos 5,070
Highest prico $10.75
Lowest price 1 00
Special crop 55. A. Thompson, Rob
ortson County, prico ranged from $2 to
$10.75, avoraged $13.54.
Total sales 14,475
Highest prico ; $17.03
Lowost price .1 2.00
No sales. 1
WliA fn.ra.l1lj mn.VA .tflll . nlfl.A Zap
like lesion on Friday March 27th.
COAT or SUIT
l- it- r 11 y 8' MhIi it must bu dKVulopcu
111 tlio - t' cs Htid most pluhlo of fnlir cs.
On y no, enn tlio various dmpps, graceful
11 10- mill 1 IF c f of tbe breueut day fash
inn Ini uiuuoil. Come in aud sno tho
mm models we aro showing You'll
j'im 'zi ihtiir roul b:auty whuu you sou
SUITS $12.50 to $29.00
Our now stock of Spring SI1003 h arriving and wo
havo some splendid models in
to show you. Tho doaigm are of boauiy and style
combined with groatost comfort to feet.
$2.50 to $5
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