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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JULY 11,, 1014.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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lic-'farmor lad who stood ntgnzo
Had ono ambition clear .
fSpmfi day I'll quit this job, I bet,
HAu'.bo an engineer! "
iio 'onglnccr half saw and thought,
"Some time perhaps I'll bo
luck .mysolf. A little farm
Is what looks good to mo!"
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CORNERSTONE LAYING.
Tim rtfifnnraf tnn nf fhn "Vniv n.iflinlii1.
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(Cliurcl at Brooksville, lirackeu county,
will hi formally laid Sunday. Many
.Catholics from'1 this city will attend.
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-DE, WINTERS TEEED OF CHARGE.
' Newcastle, lnd., July 10. fir. W. A.
jkWintors, father of Catherine Winters,
who disappeared ,in March, ID!3; Mr.
Bvrtl Winters, her stepmother, aiiid
William Ros Cooper, who were urost-
Fefl May 30 on a ehargo of conspiring to
inurder Cafherino Winters, wore freed
.of the ehargo in Circuit court.
SELL FOUR TOURING OARS.
Kirk Bros, hnvo" delivered four hiiud
somo touring enrs this week to Messrs
L. M. Cavendish, D.D, Bryant, Will
Wois nnd Carl W.nlt'hers. A'.id tncre
are othr sales in sight. '
HAS PARDONED 1,200 CONVICTS
dqv.-Colo Ij. Blease of South Carolina,
has iardoned twelve hundred convicts
in the last 3 years and means to clean
ou't thq state penitnetiary by August
1 and turn it info a hospital. Fowor
than sixty convicts remnln to bq pardon
ed. More than half of thoso freed by
Blease have been negroes.
HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE NEAR
SARDIS.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED OF
MISS ELLEN F. SHANKLIN
AND MR. VIRGIIi O. ROBB.
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you are contemplating building a home or,a house for nu investment, now
is the time to place your older. We have the Inrgest stock of all kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con
trHCtB with the limber men for still greater suunlv We contracted this larue
siumlv nt a tirice verv near cost of nroduction and we are in position to L'ive you tortn
the udvantage of this good purehuse. l'lace your order now or let us give you an Cochran with, a morning party 1'rlday.
your requirements; you win men leave your oruer wiin Aiaysviiies
Miss Ellen Fitzgeralll Shaiiklin on
tortnined in honor of Miss Harriet C.
estimate on
Foremost Lumber Yaid
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Second and Limoatone Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE, KV.
A. A. MoLauohmn. L, N. Bkhan.
Mr. John 8. Woodward, a merchant at
Sardis, lost a luge barn this Hurtling
about 1 o'clock. Tho barn is on hi
farm about a half milo from the to n
When (ttio firo was discovered it Had
made such headway that nothing could
bo saved. The barn and contents are
a total loss. Los $2,000. Baru insiirn 1
in tho Mason Conrty Mutual Iiuur.ni'ii
Company for $300. Secretary .1. B.
Key say the-money is ready for Air.
Woodward.
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John Deere's Self-Dump
i Sulky Rake
The First Consideration Has Been Sim-
plicity and Durability! 3
DURABLE B
Axle studs arc 1 4 inches in diameter, and are 3
reversible and interchangeable, which doubles their
life.
Dump rods are of high carbon steel, of an
inch in diameter. They have four times the dUrabil-
ity of the ordmary dump rod. as they are reversible
individually, interchangeable and again reversible.
SIMPLICITY - g
We can rightfully boast that our rake has fewer
parts than any rake on the market. Simplicity of. m
construction and propep material systematically and
symmetrically distributed, mean much to users
MIKE BROWN,
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s, SQUARE DEAL MAN. 3
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LMJS9 Leona Phelps returned homo Fr;
icinv irom snruis.
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'Mrs. Martin Hnnloy of West Third
Istrcet'la visiting relatives In Versailles.
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vMVa V A ItTunzlnir !u visitill!? hor
y.fc.p,.i, --..-. ..0 - - o
Wioibp, Mrs. Martha Vimont at Millors-
EjJrg.if ,
fcMJ. J I. S;aggs aud 0. C. Couper of
NrtJ Olivet aro transaction buiiupss in
Ris' city today.
SJiss Anna Boll Ward, manajjir of thb
rnsttniTi, was a business visitor in Lex-
rigtoa yesterday.
frTnnd Mrs. Thomas Iticx, of Mays-
SMKii'psts of Mr. and Mrs. James Doty,
Bnaeventh street. Paris News.
I
IrsSamuel Dauuherty and llttla nan.
RTiram; of-Covjngton, aro guests. of Mr.
SnatMrs.'ieili'll.'Daiigherty at tho NfW
E?STrtn Horel.
HBk j
jMnT Alico Pora, who has beou In the
Icouh'try for three months is at home for
layaliort visit with her son, Raymond
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f Agnes WHlott and daughter.
TOypsy, rotoriicd, Friday f'om au
MAcA visit to friends nnd rolitlvos
ijlaliifloid trtiio. nud Newpoit.
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tias Marv K. (limoVo of ltli'11'n.'iiil,
ind Mrs Mary flilinoro of C'iiuiti'
tl ufter. n- piquant islt to ftiomU
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U rtjiunvcs i;iuivu uuiiiu jcn-nia
Miss Gabriel of Chwago is tho guest
of Mr. nud Mrs. A. li. Gibson on West
Third street. .
INCREASED PENSIONS
FOR MAYSVILLIANS
Many Will Bo Benefitted When Presi
dent Signs Measures.
Washington. -When the I'residoat
signs the five Omnibus Invalid Pension
Dills, tho conferenco reports of which
wCro agrcod'to by tho donate and House
Keatuckians will recoivo monthly b'a
cfits ns follows:
Frederick Murry, Kerz, $40; Will
Tliompson, Vanccburg, $21; Maliuda J.
Lytlo, Maysvlllo, $20; W. II. Swords,
Pikovillo( $50; Hollo Oldham, Mnysvillo,
J20; Mary A. Furiucu, McKec, $20;
CharoH U. Smith, Winchester, $30; An
drew aallagher, Ollvo Hill, $40; James
M. Woods, Mnysvillo, $30; W. H. Shot
woll, Latouia, $40; Aloxander Childcrs,
Lookout, $30; Hiram II. Iludd, Pale,
$40; Melvin .1. Ames, Central City, $2t;
Robert II. Fields Dungola, $10; Isaac
T. L'oe, Bowling Green, $30; Willis G.
Craddoek, Munfordviile, $30; S. J.
Wooton Rochester, $20; Poruina S.
Owen, Louisvillo, $20;.I. T.Stnsel Fvrott
Winchester, $30; John T. Stasol, Forest
villo $30j Jerome, B. Secrest, Ijagrangei
$50; 'l 11. Hancock, Pleasurovillo, $24
Alexandor Powoll OwlngsVlllo, $30)
Thomas Dvorsolo, Grapevillo, $30; Frtlh,
cla Jtoynolds, Bardstown, $50; John J,
Smith, I'onrod, $27; V. V. Spears, Gold
City, $20;, Clara A. Collius, Tillle, $20;
John T. Gibson, Buffalo, $12; Miranda
C, Whitaker, Punmoro, $21; IJHas
Shank, Glasgow, $30( and W. H. Shop-
woll, Latouia, $10.
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IT PEANUT IUTTER
IS THE CLHANEST AND.MOST WHOLE
SOME MADE. V CARRHY ITI Me, 15c
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S CLOSIISTG OUT"
EDISON HORN TYPE PHONOGRAPHS 5
$2i Grade with 12 Records for $15. g
Jj $28 Grade with 12 Records for $22.
Many other styles. See show window display. n
j.T. KACKLEY &CO.I
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wt iiiat'iunction Mits imnklin 1111
rounced her own engagement to Mr.
Virgil C. Robb of Fort Myers, Fla.
EYE BLOWN OUT
Attend tho New York Storo's cut
price salo Saturday. Big reductions all
over tho storo. Many goods will bo
sold at less than regular 'wholesale prico.
AFTER 100 YEARS.
A rural mail carrier in Missouri has
driven tho sanio horse 57,000 miles in
tho last eight years. This is cqu it
to moro than two complete trips around
tho world.
A dispatch says that after living in
this world for 100 years, a Pennsylvania
woman has'been committed to tho c5un
ty homo where she will probably spontl
tho remaining days of her life. Hor
closcst relative is a widowed daughter,
whd is very old and scarcely ablo to get
n living for hciself.
DROUTH BROKEN IN NICHOLAS
' Carlisle, Ky., July 10. The drouth
which has prevailed in Nicholas Coun
ty for moro than n month was broken
this afternoon by a shower of rain.
WOMAN S CLUB TO MEET NEaT
MONDAY EVENINU.
All members of tho Woman s Club arc
notified that there will be a meeting of
the club next Monday evening at 7
o'clock at tho Public Library. Please
make your arrangements to attend.
MRS. AI1XEK IIORD, President.
Mnrinclla Emporium is now open in
j room 23 Virst NatioMal Bank Building.
MARTIN CLARK LOCATED AT LE
ROY HOTEL IN JACKSONVILLE
Through the chief of Police at Jack
sonville, Fl.i., Mr. Martin Claik wis
located. Mr. Clark on his'wiy t
Oninesillp, Fla., was in a wie'W 111
which he was cut about tho head and
aims. Mr. S. V. Potry for whom Mr.
Clark is to 6rk telegraphed tnit ho
will sift tho matter to tho bottom. Mr.
Clark is in good hands nnd wil bo well
taken ciro of. At present he .s at thiv
Lc ltoj Hotel.
WALL PAPER!!
Child Explodos Railroad Torpedo With
Hammer.
Ashland, Ky., July 0. Clydo May 11
j ears old, discovered a railroad torpedo
which he hit with a hammer. It exploded
injuring an eyo so badly it hail to bo
renuncd. It also burned his face. He
is at the King's Daughters' Hospital in
this city. He is a son of David May.
of Pollard.
PREVENT EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION!
It is a disease caused by over stimulation of the sweat
glands. This condition can be remedied by the use of
de-o-:do:r..a. x
It deodorizes perspiration, is daintily perfumed aud pleasan
to use. Price 25c a box.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. SSF
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
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Are You Panting for Pants?
If you are you will feel interested in our semi-annual pants sale no use to worry
you with much r ading. Look in our window and see the kind of pants you can
buy for $3.35 cash not a pair worth Itss than $5, many of them $6. Sale
ppgins Saturday, 11th.
IE!CEiI3SrC3S-E!R, &. CO.
PAY YOUR ACCOUNT AND GET TICKETS ON THE AUTOMOBILE
Now is the timo to do your wall pupcriiux d
painting. Come in. Wo can show you just what
you need. Wo have a fill) lino of Wall Pupcrs,
Paints, tinamels, Etc. See our lino boforo buying.
Mr. doe K 1 iv it Mathews -mi 1 sister,
Mss Can 1 Mathews, children of IV
und Mrs. Udwiii Mathews ha o n-ti.ned
liCino after viuiting for the pait thri'O
weeks w Mi Mr. George Bush it Gal
In olis. Ohm. fimt Mrs. John I! win at
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CRANE & SHAFER,
COX BUILDING.
IMPORTANT COMMITTEE
MEETING,
Tho Text Book Oommttteo of the
City School Bonnl held a meeting last
night to decide upon tho adoption of the
beveral toxt hooks required by tho new
school law for our sehooN. Tho adop
tion is for five years. It means much
to tho avorago fatron of tho school in
the way of cost. No doubt thoro i
wisdom in a cltango aud wo hope thoro
is a decided drop in tho cost in this
present day of high prices.
Wall paper, nigs and paint at HEN-DRIOKSON'S.
"Billy" Sunday is to do $.t(.r00 worth
of strenuous evangelizing in Louisville
VOTINtf ON GOOD ROADS IN LEWIS
TODAY.
Tho people of Lewis County aro vot
ing today ou tho proposition to issiie
$130,000 in bonds to build good road..
WELCOME SHOWER YESTERDAY
There was a welcome shower here yes
terday afternoon at 1:30. It did not
extend all over the county. Fleming
lind a good rain, too.
MISS COCHRAN AND MR. DUKE TO
WED THIS EVENING.
Tho marriago of Miss Harriett Tran
ces Cochran and Mr. Thomas Arrington
Duko will bo solemnized" this evening at
7 o'clock at the homo of the bride V P
rents, .Judge and Mrs. A. M. J. Cochran,
Rev. John Barbour of the Kirst Vfot
byterian uhurch will oiliciate. Only the
relatives and close friends will bo present.
COVINGTON MIN
ISTER PRESIDENT
The Rov. Flommons Will Head Baptist
Training School.
Georgetown, Ky., July 10. Tlio Rov
T. II. lMemmons of tho Madison Avenuo
Baptist Church of Covington wiit elect
ed president of the Kentucky tfjptisl
Summer assembly a denominational
training school, which is now in (csm i
here. Nearly four hundred Baptists
aro in tttendanco. The Rev. Mr. I'lom
mons Buccoqds Dr. B, A. Dawci af tin
place.
DROUTH IS SERIOUS
Railroads Prepare for Long Slogo of
Dry Weather.
Louisville, Ky., July JO. Tho acute
situation developing as u result of the
drouth was emphasized wher. thu I ouis
villo & Nashvillo railroad Laulod water
from Louisvillo to Sholbyville, wheio
tho supply has run low. V J" rain
conies within a wcok water
traiiis will have to be sent all
comes, within a week wator trains all
along the lines. Tho L MS trains in
Kentucky uo about B,000,)00 gallons
of wator a day. Wliili) tho r.ulrp.ul oiU
ctuls aro hoping for rain they aro also
preparing against anv oxigency that
may ariso. Arr'tugnuientt aro being
made, to set ns'do an cum supply of
wator so thu system can ttand months
of drouth aud, If niiccu.iry, ii.iuish
wator to towns wbctu tho mipply lias
been depleted, Tho wftter will bo obtain-
u from tho Kentucky and Gieen,lvrs
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From New York
Tliey havo the smart touches you expect from garments Just
(.hipped from America's greatest fashion center. Russian tunic
skirts or course, but with little trimming effects to make them dif
ferent from earlier styles of similar design. Made of excellent
quality white pique, ratine and crepo and most modestly priced at
$l.t)8 and S2.G0.
REMNANTS
of all 50c Dress Goods aro now 10c. Thoso aro not undcslrablo
lengths for with the present vogue for combinations of plain and
fancy fabrics they offer splendid possibilities for dresses. All
shades in plain, self figured or contrasting color combinations.
Scco, voilo marquisette and mareen.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT HALF PRICE
Wo couldn't begin to tell you in this limited space all the pret
ty frock possibilities you can find at our' dress goods counter.
Thero has been a re-adjustment of stock in the department and
piactkally every piece of SOc material it contains is now offered
for 25c yd. Tho list we append is only partial. To fully grasp this
splendid dress goods opportunity come in to SEE it.
COc Dress Goods at 25c yard.
Aoelian, navy, Champagne.
Marquisette, solid colors in tan, champagno, roso, navy, gray.
Marquisette, whito ground with satin stripes of blue, maize,
tan or pink. Also black ground with whito silk strip'
Soco Silk with solf colored figures. Gray, roso, lavendarpinCT
bluo. Also black with whito dot.
Silks in several weaves and soveral shades. Tho 'ground (3
colored and figured in whito.
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REMOVAL NOTICE.
R. & W. Rasp havo moved their shop
OOUGHLIN'S NEW BUILDINGS.
In yesterday's Lodgor in our
corner of Second and Bridgo strcots.
Thoy add to the appearauco of the
TOR JsALE QUICK.
from Market street to tho corner of of tho building boom, wo oiuin
Second
plcAsod
wrlto up. street. Now if sorao ono will only put Tho building on Market street vacat-N $
iltted to a handsome, first-class grocory room fac- cd by P. II. Wheeler and tho Laundry a
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aud Wall streots and will bo l mention the two f raino residences that ing both streets it will bo ono of the is for salo. To bo romoved at once,
to havo their customers call. Mauneo P. Coughlin is erecting on the ' neatest corners in the city. 10-2t JOHN O'KEKPE,
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That's the motto of this store. Whatever you see advertised in this space is TRUTH.
No exaggerations, no misrepresentations, no substitutions. And it is the coolest store in
Maysville.
W& are selling lots of
"White Ratine Skirts at $1 p8.
Thin Summer BresseB $1.98 to $12. ' j
Panama Hats $1.98. $
White Oxfords $2. k
Black OxfoMs $1 to $4.
"Orex" Rugs 35c to $8'
, "Aerolux" Porch Shades $8.50 to $5.75. -. .
"Eagle" Shirts 85c.
"Royal" Waists $1 98. v
1 Orep Night Qowna 49c-
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