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'VBHBXt X a " ' """""'""""""""WIWIl JHWMNIIMIN "Yil-MB. VEGETABLES ! is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry ("sfiEAJ,. . "-.-r Vrrrrtn.OATfs.Vv.V.tvYSl-i rTTT3 "I" T"KTTn " N TrX i n . i ivara.. - t&amwSFZt-z - wsmMn& ' s viuarv. xjixnxm v-jcm m ww tii ill ix immlj; vbwim i inwiiiii a homp W.. '" 11 l-l ,11 WmtiHRL.iB I 11 I II IH 1 S grown vs IHE : , c - -- ! TTTM(,pI? RRfQ Leading Retailers H iHB&r m-A swi wa-imt, . MAYSVILLE. KENTUCKY, MONDAY. JULY 13, 1914. HkO9 ' vSJ Kwlng, Ky., July 11. Lightning Ml! Ift'HKW"' (ftV "St chicks for Itobort Harper at Cowan. i acei, aBKTr Vvam ONE COPY ONE CENT, L4 kt &V Tlioso Foathors. How pleasant It is in tlie trolley car rid- Behind some fair creature a sweet as a rose, To spend all tlio inoinents in dexterously dodging Tlio plumes on her headgear that ticklo one's nose. Oh, the sharp shiny feathers; the tall, shinny feathers; tlio broad fluffy feat hois thnt ticklo one's nose. An electrical and 'hail storm great damage in Lincoln County. did Paris, France. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Earnshaw and Miss Earnshaw of Co lumbus, have concluded a short isit to Paris and left for LVianlcs-Hnins. Gov. McCreary appointed S. V. ling er, of Owensboro, Democrat, as a State Election Commissioner and named H. C. Naniara Stoll( of Lexington, Itepublicnn, as sue- J Maysillc to Itiploy, a distance of cess of R. P. Ernst, resigned. I miles. CHAMPION GIRL SWIMMER Miss Anna Bell Ward Sunday Morning Swam From Beochwood Park to tlio West End Loop, Thrco Miles. Miss Anna Roll Ward, owner of the Pastime- theato, is not only some alnger but sho's some swimmer. Yesterday morning sho went down to tho rier back of her homo for her usual swim. Tho morning was flno nnd Miss Anna started down tho river. After sho had gone a considerable distance she felt inclined to go farther, she reached tho ice piers ami felt tho thrill of being champion swimmer. She proceeded to tho lower loop of the street railway, having covered a distance of over three miles. Tho fair swimmer was as fresh as a daisy when sho camo from tho water, buU how fatigued tier escorts, Myron Merz and her brother Nelson were, tl.o deponents sayctlt not. A few days ago, however, Eugene Me ami Mvrnn Mer. swam from St BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW! If you are contemplating building n lioino or n bouse for an investment, now s me lime to place jour order. We nave tlie largest stock of all ktnils of lnilul DEATH OF LUOIEN M. GOODMAN. Mr. Luclcn M, (loodmnn, n promliient 9 DINGER RROS.. AsPt Rc'ai'!.rs -- "i iu w. accona 01. BBBWWIimBBBBiWBWWsWwwigllig OAK SHORTAQE DWINDLES. According to tho report of tlio Amor if'flll ltlltlwnv Adunntntirin fia if .Tnlt- 1 01 Duiia- fllriner 0f the Mt. Gilead neighborhoo'il ' ,ntf Min ,., . . n 0. J arge .con- " last, tho total surplus was 220,Si5 ears this large passed away at tho Goodman homestenM against 232,P.!U on Juno 15. The las! ing material tbat can-be found in Northeastern Keutuckv and bave 1 tracts witli the timber men for still greater ruiidiv. we contracted tl.eaiUantoPeoftbisuoodourcbase. Place x our order now nr lot ..s mve vou nn "llCr'110 Was born yt"ln' about 0 total shortage Wa, 1,333 nnd net sur 0 , "O ---J ------ esituiate on your reqttireuienis; you will II: Poreuiost Lumber Yaid. The IWason Lumber Go. "- Cor. Snconi) and Llmostone Sts. Phone 519. MAVSVBLLE, KY. A A. MoLaikuii.in. L. N. Rkiian. DIMMIHIHIM ! CLOSING OTJTTg 5 E.DIS0N HORN Tl PE PHONOGRAPHS i J. T. KACKLE Y & CO. IIMBMIIIIIMWMMB111IBBB -mtofiMVW& m m m m i John Deere's Self-Dump Sulky Rake The First Consideration Has Been Sim plicity and Durability! DURABLE Axle studs are ll4 inches in diameter, and are reversible and interchangeable, which doubles their life. , , . p Dump rods are of high carbon steel, of an inch in diameter. They have four times the durabil ity of the ordinary dump rod as they are reversible individually, interchangeable and again reversible. SIMPLICITY We can rightfully boast that our rake has f jwer parts than any rake on the market. Simplicity of construction and proper material systematically and symmetrically distributed, mean much to users MIKE BROWN, - THE B IB H M m SQUARE DEAL MAN. m Mr. J. I'd Parker of this city is in Louisville attending a directors' meet ing of tno Lio Stock Insurance Com pany. W. C. T. U. MEETS THIS EVENING. Tho Woman's Christian Temperaneo Union will meet with Mrs. Power, cor nor Third and Plum streets this evening at 7:30 o'clock. All members aro re quested to attend. CHARLES F. WRIGHT -Popular Young Maysvllle Bank Clerk Will Wed Miss "Woodward at Lexington Tomorrow. i. - A' 4. W.t j-F J- & Tho following wvifding invitation has been issued: Mrs. Mary L. Woodward announces tho marriage of her- daughter Ilertha Mao to Charles Foster Wright on "Tuesday, tho fourteenth of July nineteen hundred and fouiteen Lexington, Ky. At-home, Maysvllle, Ky., after duly 28. Tho groom is a popular young man of this city and is a son of Mrs. Surah T. Wright and a clerk in tho Bank of Maysvlllo National Banking Associa tion. Tho ceremony will be performed by Rev. John Barbour, pastor of tho First J'resbyterian Church of this city in the Phoenix hotel parlors Tuesday noon. Dr. Barbour will then go on to Bir mingham, Ala., where ho will ofllciato nt tho Wedding of his sou, Mr, Phillips Barbour, A male suffragette attacked Angus tino Burrell, Chief Secretary from Ireland. Four persons woro killed and man prostrated by tho intense he it In St. Louis Saturday. Secretary McAdoo ns attacked in tho IIouso for using a revenue cutter as a plea su ro craft. To discourage, drunkenness Tranci has removed tho license ta from all but distilled liquors. BOOSTERS' DAY. Everyone Should Go Out to the Game Wednesday and Boost Help Keep Baseball in 'the Old Town Tho directors of the Maysvlllo team have been under u great deal of ex. penso this- year iu keeping baseball iu Maysvllle and "ow that they need a lit tle more money to tldo them through tho season every portion tlinf is able should contribute something to kcop the gamo in tills city. On Wednesday the club will have a grand "Boosters' Day" and oNoryono should go out und givo all they cau. If you can't gho much go anyhow nnd help them along with your attendance. Make Wednes day's crowd look like a Sunday crowd. Don 't be afraid to help out. You'll nev er regret it. IEECHNUT PEANUT IUTTEI SOMR MADEL WE CARRRT4H<o,J5&- : .Mi-mtje :! numi A IS THE CLEANt AND, MOST WHOLF-1 AND 23c SIZES! 2i Grade with 12 Records for $15. S28 Grade with 12 Records for $22. Many other styles. See show window display ien leae your order with Maysville's o'clock. Mr Goodman was 58 years old at tho time of his death, which was caused by diabetes Ho is survived by fivo brothers and 0110 slstor. Tho brothers aro John M. (loodmnn, Shelbyville; Jesso Goodman Louisvillo; W. C. Goodman, Portsmouth; W. P. Goodman, Mt. Oilead, and B. W. Goodman, of this city. Tlio only sister surviving is Mrs. Nannie Dobyns or' Mt; Gilead, two other sisters Mrs. John Foxworthy of ricmlngsburg nnd Mrs Dr. Mcl'lwee of St. Louis, haIng pass ed away earlier. Funeral today jt -1 o'clock at l'lcin ingsburg. plus L'18,CI2 cars Tho total shortage Juno . was 000 cars. Denim Coughlin was taken suddenly sick Saturday afternoon nt Jolyispn's Station, and is In a critical condition, at his homo ntTairview. . , 'fk Rev. J. W. Simpson will preach lV-' the Pollco Court room Monday night, Mr. Simjison is a talented man and an , entertaining speaker. The audience ' will get a good sermon. ' 4 The Ladies' of tho Second M. K. Church South will gle n;i Ice cream soei il Wednesdiy exening at their church. You are cordially iuited to I ome. M'iriuella niiorium is now open in room 28 First Is'atii.ial Bank Building. Mr. IMward Djiley, the barber has gone to Cincinnati to work at his pro lession. WILL 1I0NIC AT BEEOHWOOD.. A PROMINENT FARMER OF LEWIS BURG DIED YESTERDAY. Tho Sunday .School of the First M Mr. F.dward Marshall, aged SI, que of ,12. Church, South, of this city will gio Mason County's oldest and most re- a picnic Wednesday at Bcechwooc! spected citizen passed away at his homo Park, last night nbout 1 o'clock from seuilitv The Home Department of the Sundaj Funeral arrangements will be an School i.i enrdilh inited. Will leio uounced later. I tho church .it l a. in. Bring lunch. BRBBBDI8QEBBIBE2i9BHIQBIiBDIHIEQEIIl WALL PAPER! 5 Now is tho timo to do your wall papering and Sj paint inr. Conic in. Wo can show you jiit.t what 3'ou need. Wo have a full line of Wall Papers, II faints, Enamcla, Etc. See our line before buying. gj CRANE & SHAFER, 5 PHONE 452. COX BUILDING. 5 BiBMHHllMMMg r. Hjii-ii-iiL3sr nussELi-i says that it's a crime for a womnii to grow old nd haggard looking A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM will stop you from coinniiting a crime. Nuff Sed. NOTICE ! We are agents for llio Mor'el Laundry and would like for you to give us your laundry. M. F WILLIAMS & CO. TIKSTFREEI 11: ' iu D. HECHIHCEB & CO. Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store. GOOD 3STE3'W3 1 After a lot of wiring and mail correspondence we are fortunate to be again able to offer to speedy customers a line of Palm Beach Suits. Many of them differ in pattern from former stock and are exceedingly attractive. If you want one or more come soon; they won't last lon. Dur Pants Sale is now on, and at the ratejThey are gelling, will soon be off. 3D. ."taCEOEraNTa-EPi Sc CO. PmY your account and get tickets on the automobile V INCREASE IN RAIL ORDERS. PENNSY'S IMMENSE ELEVATOR. Total eontraets hooked by thd r.ii' The Pennsylvania Kail road put in mills during the first half of this year operation its new grain elevator at uir have been approximate!) IKIi.OOO tons, ard Point, Plnhidelphi 1, that has a en wliieh is US per cent larger than during paeity of 1,100,000 bushel and th.i.. tho lirst half of 1013. , -was built at .1 cost of 5)1,200,000. Mrs II. T. Hiinis and little daughter Anna Elsie, eame up from Cincinnati Saturday evening to spend a few weell with her p treats Mr. and Mrs. Oeor-' SehatiiKinii of Lexington street, uij si-dor, Mrs. (J. C. Browning of For a venue. 1 Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN-DRICKSON'S. Miss 1'iiiiim Hunt, tho health nurse formerly of this eity, Is said to be suf fermg from an injury to duo of her eyes md is taking treatment at Prank fort. Mr. Thomas Jefferson and family of Portsmouth, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cole on West Second street le.ie for home tomorrow. Thomas is oiu of the fire luldies of the Peerless City. BEAUTIFULLY SOLEMNIZED Amid Colonial Sottings Woro tho Nup tials of Miss Harriett Frances Coch ran and Mr. Thomas Arrington Duko Saturday Evening. The marriage of Miss Harriett Pran ces Cochran and Mr. Thomas Am'ngtnn Duke, was solemnized at 7 o'clock Sat urilay ewning. No where is there to bo found a finer example of the archi teeturo of an early day, than the home of the bride, where tho young people plighted their solemn vows. This homo was built by Mr. Andrew M. January, one of Maysville's fore most citiens of tho long ngo, who was the great grandiather of Miss Cochran Tho brido has been a leader nuiong tlio young peoplo of her set evor since lior coming out, after being most care fully educated in the Cast and on the other sido of the water. Mr. Duko is a scion of the promlu out Southern family, whoso name he hears and possesses ipialities of mind and heart that have given him a place both In social and business circles rarel) attained by 0110 of his years. Before the colonial fire place iu the Unitary, banked with ferns and palms, the green relieved by stately lilies tlie prio dieu was placed where Br. John Barbour, the pastor of the family, pronounced the words that mad' tho twain, oie, with an iinprossivenoss born of affectionate life-long Inferos' in the bride. Dulcet notes from th? harp nnd violin iu tho wedding march' flouted in from the hall during the ceremony. The brido Hud no attendants. A ehor lulled wish of tho high contracting part les was to bo married with only their kinsfolk nnd a few eloso friends wit hessing tho ceromony, Tho brido who wore well her beau tiful laco gown, and rare old diamond necklace, a gift from her parents, was glvou nwny by hor father, Judge A. - - J. Cochran. Never rested a benediction on lovelier brido or more manly groom. A small reception, perfect in Its elu gauce followed tho ceremony. Tho cutting of the cake caused much morrlmont as the uumorous 'symbolic favors xvcro dnvwn by tho privileged fow fortunate enough to bo present. After, brief uougrntulottoni, " Mr, i)ml Mr- Doha disappeared, to ronpper Iu Igarb, -their destination, . at ILK at Cotton Prices 1 ( Qt .H'H m'V H H-fJ 2! a H 5 2 H H f H HH H HH H WH 41 H 4H Hl HH Hl H HH H4t 4)41 414 4141 4141 4141 4141 41 41 41 41 W 41 ricnty of j)rctly patterns. Kvery color and many sliades of i-ach color represented. It takes so little material to make a dress now and such a small sum to buy the goods here, it is easy to in clude not one hut many silk gowns in your ward robe. We have some pretty trimmings at special prices also to further economize the making of your silk frocks. Until you visit our Silk section you won't be lieve how little it will cost you to have a new Silk fiock and the wherewith to trim it. Why not come in today. Even Motorists That Take No Dust Have Use For DUST COATS No matter what your horsepower you will have to "take somebody's dust" on the coun try roads, so dust coats are as necessary as they ever were. The new Coats are in. Most of them are designed to keep the user clean, rather than provide warmth, but many are heavy enough for cool evenings. Linen, cotton, mohair and poplin are the favorite materials and prices start at $1.50. and go to 6.50 the last for an all-linen Coat of high grade tailoring. 182 HTJTIDTT i5 10.14 Hi - V r rJ!i la REMOVAL NOTICE. Deputy Sheriu Miko Brown, with tlie MISSOURI EXPRESS CHARGES OUT Pleming county blood hounds, went to I . I K & W, Ttasji have moved their shop tho scene of tho burning of tho Wood from Market street to tho corner of ward barn near Sardis Saturday and Second and Wall streets, and y,ill bo pleased to hao their customers call. POLICE COoRT. made an unsuccessful effort to run down I was issued by tho Missouri Public Serv tlie incendaries. ico corporation Jefferson City, Mo. An order reduc Judge Whitaker had two eases before mg express rates in Missouri 21 per cent his honor Saturday P. It. Hedges, loitering $6JI0 , Phelan Holland, plain drunk $0,t0 klllKDBilMHKmilw! Awmng btnpe Voiles j 1 9c Yard Three different stripes in black anas New York is awning stripe mad at this time. Rlnck nr White We are selling the best 50c silk hose on the rrjar- Bf I I "The Castle" That's the name of the new bronze oxford that we are selling at $4 50 It's a genuine beauty with side buckles and so soft and comfortable. m m m M 300 pairs of oxfords at $1 pair, worth up to .$2 5' S zes 2j4 to 4. . ' Ladies' Vests 10c to Si. Mens' Union Suits 45c to $1. Ladies' Flowered Crepe Gowns Low neck and short sleeves, 75c. Worth $x. M Mnimuiiin 11 11 1 1111 11 I HMkHM I 'fiWRkfc.S U - a n ket. We have customers who tell us that theyT wear better than the $1 grade. Melha TalcTum Pnwder If , " -- The purest and sweetest talcum that is made;', 25c. Melba Toilet Water Refreshing in several sweet odors. 75c. Bathing Suits for Ladies $1 98. ' Bathing Caps 50c zwmpjmifkWMvvwm pEB JBcB ShBE JiBB JEVw BiJP mB I nS. h fe awKreiimaaiu-arqinn3.Ttt. ... wL y n & ,, ,!)''; . L'LiBMMRtaftUM,niMMfU:MeiHJ dmmMBaBBVniBESMimMkl1!1 -MmM t