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107 W. Second St
IE $Lr MISS MAEL BRAMEL TREMEffDlS lOSSES:
f$f T Married Saturday at Oinciunatl To W.
3f& Vtfk ,1L$ H Wilkinson of That City. I ' . '
-- xiu wuiuau (luuu vu nuuj uuuii
l, ' About her lack of brains,
"i , Or that man's arrogance is such
X That ho hor wit disdains.
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jv Mpst husbands win in concert join
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V! Tlicir wives know how to get tho coin
Kw, Their massivo brains have earned.
. - !Mr. Charles Hoenstein was a tfin-
,S Qlnnatl visitor yesterday.
!Miss Jennie Colo II inly returned homo
ycstordny from n visit to her brother,
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U i'oriHmouin, vmiu.
r. and Mrs. M. .1. Chlsliolm nnd
Ej daughter, Miss .lessie, left Saturday for
.J J''tlielrifutiiro homo in Newport.
;,vMr. Elinor Thompson has accepted a
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Ij -f4 t1iOsuion as cnsuicr 01 me Jiaysvinp
-yrelcphono Company, caused by the re
1 1 -slgnation of Miss Jessie Cliisholin.
Tra 1M.ia Tllnu.if niiil fivn antie nf
ft " Tollesboro, were visitors in Maysville
rV ' Saturday, en route to a visit to her
'" pijstor, Mrs. George Orayblll, at South
C $-j (Mr. and Mrs. John C. Konan' returned
jcsterdny to tlieir home at Lebanon,
I , 9ioi aftPr va visit t0 t,l() lattcr'('
lihothcr, Mrs. P.miiie U. Olacock, of
F Limestone street.
. lOSvs. M. C. McCormicU of Manchester,
.dliib; Mrs. Nellie McCormick of Day
;ton, Ky., nnd (Mrs. Hcsie McCormick of
"Norwood, Olilo, returned homo yester-
day after a visit
to Mrs. Joscjih L.
.Mr. M. 1J. Strode, who has been
assistant superintendent for tho West
cm" and Southern Life insurance Com
nftiiv jfor tho nast nine vears. Ins re
I signed his assistancy to accept a fll.r
pj debit with the same company.
V Tho open season for hunting begins
ioverRber 13th and eery hunter
I M'flllUUlU ii Ut llttJ tilt IIU'Pl mhwiu juiiip
into the Hold.
Miss Mao L. Brnmel, 25, of Mnysvllle,
Ky., registered nt the Grand Hotel yes
terday morning. At 1 o'clock yester
day nfternoon Mao Urnmcl legally
passed out of existence in tho parlors
of tho l'resbyteriau Church of the Cov
enant. 'Last ovcnlng Mrs. Wnrron H.
Wilkinson, formerly Miss Mao L.
liramel, and her husband registered at
The ceremony w.i sperformed by IJev,
David McMillen, assistant pastor of tho
Church of tho Covenant. Mrs. Wood
Krnmcl, mother of the bride, witnessed
tho affair, according to Wilkinson The
wedding was to have been hold at the
home of ho bride, Wilkinson explained,
but owing to tho Illness of her father,
it took place in Cincinnati. .
Wilkinson is a salesman for the local
branch of tho Ford Motor Company,
is 27 years old and lives at 112 Garfield
'Miss Lena Hornback lott yesterday
for Newport to bo at the bedside of
he rsister, Mrs. Claude MeNutt.
Mrs. J. Martin of Sharon, Ky.,
and Mrs. William Gill of Ripley, Ohio,
visited Mrs. Amanda Martin of Kast
Second street, Saturday.
TO DECIDE ELEOTiwtf CONTEST
The contest filed several weeks ago
to settle the question as to the validity
of the local option election held here on
September 2Sth, will be tried today be
foie Judge W. H. Hiep and Magistrates
Pred W. Kauer and Pred Drpel.
The alarm of lire Saturday night
was caused by an old shanty boat catch
ing fire near the C. ). tracks in
the West did, and near the I'ogue
warehouses, so near, in fact, that the
unichoiiso was in danger for a time.
The boat was old and dry and had
gained considerable heidwiy wheu the
boj s arrived, and it gao them a ptctty
still' fight to get it out. The fir,)" was
supposed to have stnrted from a spark
lioin a ('. & O. train. Tho boat was
the property of Mr. Pred Zuoigart.
INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE
Articles and Games
In our show windows for children.
Look now. Select now.
l.tKiCKLEV & CO.
t ' " X t IJain Aprons,
' Storm Fronts,
MIKE BROWN, i
Telling on the Kaiser's
Allies Slowly Drawing Circle
of Doom Around
GERMAN WOUNDED ARE BLOCK
INQ FLANDERS ROADS.
Parts, Nov. 7. The road' from Bruges
toward the- east Tn the direction of
Ghent, Brussels and Louvain has been
blocked all day by great columns of
German troops accompanied by artillery
detnehnients and many ambulances
transporting wounded, aent, Antwerp,
Brussels, LoiiMiiu Aix la Chappeile are
filled with German wounded, and those
now arriving at these places cannot
be accommodated because of the lack
of hospital facilities and the inadcqtiai
of the attendance corps.
Tho Germans are reported t
throning up earthworks twenty mile
in the rear of their position in Plunder
in readiness for retreat.
HAMMERING TURKEY TO THE
Loudon, Nov. 7. Kitssia is attacking
Turkey with tho greatest eneriiv on
land and sea. The preliminary battles
have been won by the Russians, and the
t'nr's troops now occupy the largei
,i.ii t of northern -.rmeiiia.
A dispatch from Kome tonight state
that In the region northeast of Krruin
the Russians have defcitcd three Turk
ish regiments and have a firm gup on
Turkish territory. The town of mi,
111) miles southeast of Hrruiu in
Turkish Armenia, is being besieged by
a force native to the country and tin
dor the leadership of Russian ollicors.
The population neer content with
Turkish rule, has seied the opportunity
THE GERMANS LOST THE KEY TO
CHINA WHEN THE BIG
So far as actual hostilities go flit
fall of Tsing-Tao ends tho war .n the
far east. Japan declared war against
German on August L'.'l, and immediately
began preparations to attack Tsing-Tao.
The little German garrison resisted
stoutl., but could not hope to hold u'
against tho overwhelming odds oppos
With the caapturc of Tsing-Tao by
allied Anglo Japanese army, Germ my is
now deprived of all hor Asiatic posses
sions. Tho (term in prisoners who wer
taken when the fortress surrendered,
are being placed upon transports am
will probably bo interned in southern
Of Republican Party in West Virginia
Is Surpriso To G. O. P. Leaders.
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 7. Stand
ing out prominently as features of the
election in West Viigiuia on last Tues
day was tho "come-back" of tho Re
publican party in capturing complete
control of both branches of the Statu 'a
Legislature and the election of former
Representative Adam B. Littlepago in
thl Third Congressional District over
Captain S. B. Avis, his Republican op
ponent. Tho election demonstrated that under
appropriate normal conditions West
Virginia is safely Republican.
DAUGHTERS OF THE
Tho Dr. Basil C. Duko Chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy will meet
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. G. W.
Sulser in Limestone street.
PURCHASE NICE HOME IN
Mrs. M. J. Vicroy has purchased tho
protty suburban homo of Mr. D. A.
i'liunitt, in tho West L'nd. Miss Lulu
Vicroy has purchased tho Mlland prop
erty of Mr. D. A. Emmitt In the West
End, adjoining hor mothor's now purchase.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
: GftAPEFHWT SPECIAL. Cheaper Than Oranges
'-.X' SmaM Size 35 CMts a Iizm Larec Sizs 45 Cults a lizai
RUSSELL PREPARES FOR Blu
xAi... r boom.
Doubling thoir track faacilitles nt
tho shops of tho C. & O., nt Russell
to liundlo tho increased freight which
will bo handled, owing to tho now
bridge at Sclotovlllo, wus started Pri
Tho shops at thut city will be en
larged and mado 'tho western terminals
"THE BEST LUMBER I EVER USED"
This from n satisfied customer meaus a great denl to us. It proves that we
are serving this community with the best LUMBER that can be produced. We
are prepared to furnish you In any kind of Lumber or other Building Material.
We sell to some exacting customers nnd satisfy them. Wc can satisfy you. We
think we can save you money. Let us know your needs today. Come in and talk
it over or phone your order, l'ricus guatunteed.
The Mason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Second and Limostono Sta. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KV,
A. A. McLaughlin. L, N, Bkhan.
MRS. DESHA BRECKINRIDGE
Elected President of Kentucky Suffrag
istsWill Demand Votes For
Women From Legislature.
Owensboio, Ky., Nov. 7. The dele
gates at the meeting of the Kentucky
Kqiul Rights Association marched
through the streets of Owensboro this
afternoon with banners and fiags Hying.
They were chanting the siiH'ragette an
them to tho tuno of "America."
Miss Laura Clay, a pioneer in the
cause of sufTragage, marched at the
head of the parade with five other
The association went on record today
in favor of calling on the Kentucky
General Assembly in 1!M(! for votes for
women in this state. Resolutions also
were adopted favoring world-wide
peace, and calling for better laws gov
erning tho working conditions 101
women and children.
It was decided to givo half of the
collections taken up at tho Owensboro
meeting to the Belgian Relief Pund for
the widows and orphans In Belgium,
The following ollicors were elected
President, Mrs. Deshn Breckinridge,
of Lexington; Pirst Vice President,
Mrs. IMward L, Hutchinson, of Lev
ington; Second Vice President, Mrs.
Charles Pirth, of Covington; Third
Vice President, Mrs. J. I). Ilajes, ol
Ovu'iisborn; Corresponding Secretary,
Mis Laura Clay, of Leiugtim; Record
nig Secretary, Mrs. Rohiiion A. .ic
Dowell, of Louisville, Treasurer, Mrs
Jacob Judah, of Louisville; Auditor,
Mrs. Julii Helming, of Louisville;
State Member of the Kecutie Com
nnttee, Mrs. Thomas Snirtli, of Prank
The session closed tonight with an
address bv Rabbi Pineschriber, of Mem
FIRE DESTROYS 30 ACRES OF KAN.
SAS CITY STOCK PENS.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 7. A firo
that burned fiercely for several hours
early today swept over tho Kansas
City stock yards and destroyed thirty
acres of pens, covering a third of tho
cattle section of the ynrds. The loss
was .f 1125,00(1.
TO HAvE LIMB AMPUTATED.
It is with great regret that the
many friends of Mrs. Claude MeNutt
of Newport, formerly liss carrie 1 1 oj
back of this city, will undergo an
operation this week for the amputation
of one of her limbs. Mrs. MeNutt in
jured the limb by striking it against
a tub several mouths ago and tho In
jury developed into tuberculosis ot the
bone. Mrs. MeNutt has been bedfast
for several weeks and the operation
i- necessary to save her life.
Mr. William Bierlcj of Cincinnati,
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Biule.w
!Mrs. S. .1. Morgan of West Second
street, returned homo last night, after
spending tho summer with relatives in
NIGHT CLASS IN BOOKKEEPING.
Miss Margaret It. Brown will open
a night class in Bookkeeping, Monday,
November ith. Phono 102. 3 6t
Get jour hunting license now and be
ieady for an early start, there will
be a rush at the last minute.
Guy W. Wolfe, age.l 23,
maker, and Daisy Modlspaugh, aged 21,
both of this city, weie married by Rev.
A. P. Stahl at his residence, Saturday
PRESIDENT'S SPECIAL PASSES
Tho President's Special, with Presi
dent Stevens and Directors of tho 0.
& O., aboard, passed through yestci
day, but did not stop here. They nrc
making an inspection tour of tho whole
MOTORED TO HIGH BRIDGE.
Mr. J. Barbour Russell with Messrs.
Charles Houghton, W. A. Mnrshall,
Bert Holliday, S. C. Brittinghain, C. K.
Buyer and Masters J. B. Russell, Jr.,
and Milton C. Russell In his car, and
Mr. Thomas M. Rissell with Messrs.
Kelly Liiinnn, John MeAulin", William.
Kinsler, John Buckley, James Buckley,
Robert Buckley and Master Kelly Lu
man, Jr., in his car, motored over to
High Bridge vesterday to spoil 1 tho
day. They took their dinners with
them and had a right royal tune.
With every tweuty-Hve cent tube of our
Ideal Toothpaste wc will give you choice of
any 10c tooth brush wo sell. Aa we have
only a limited stock of tooth paste, come
Mm Fm WILLIAMS DRUG STORE
O. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Soq 9tora
Wc Are Headquarters for
Balmacaan and MAGMNAIV
"They are going to be the rage this Kail and Winter." They will be worn by the little
oties as well as the grown-ups; by girls as well as boys. Bring in your little ones "nd see how
cute they look in them.
Our Stock of Overcoats
Represents such a variety of Models and Fabrics that it would be difficult to describe, but it is no
trouble to show them to you when you are in the mood to investigate; in fact, it will be a pleasure
to show you through.
Very truly yours,
3D. KEJOJcinXTGr-ESiR, &. GO.
Amazingly good for the price. Black leather
in two .styles. One with mirror in the lid, the
other with separate mirror. Both have 'purse, ' -"
scent bottle and other accessories. You wjll like
these party cases that cost so little, yet look as
though they cost much more.
$2.50 to $6.50 -
New and distinctive tailored models in de
mand for general utility wear. Designed on
charmingly simple lines with smart plaited ef
fects, hemstitching or tucks.
If You Are Making
Over Frocks, Here
Are Lace Remnants
.,, Conveniently sized lengths for making new
sleeves, jokes or adding fresh trimmings, in all
kinds of laees that could he wanted, in addition to
black and white all-overs, chiffons and nets. Prices
very small, of course.
Suits and Dresses
A much wanted fabric, with a strong proba
bility it will soon be very scarce, as it is imported.
At present we have both black and a full line of
shades at $l.r0 yard the before war price which
can't be duplicated later.
MISS KITTY BESS
Of ct urse you don't know her, but we do. She is a be utiful blonde with natural rosy cheeks,
5 Yes, we would call her a perfedl Gibson Girl. She is the type of a lass that makes you turn around to take
S another look. She always looks like a moving fashion sheet. She knows style like a book. Listen to
what "Kitty did" or does:
2 Sho ia employod by our Now York offico as a shopping girl. Every day she must visit the,
liiij department stores in Now York aud soo what they are selling. Sho will go Co "Lord
Q it Taylor's" aud buy a pair of bose for 39c that thoy aro advertising extensivoly. At
''AjinmuV' she will pick up a now nifty collar. At "VVanamakor's" sho may find a uov
5 olty purse. ''AlacoyV may tempt hor with a now sweater coat. "Gimbol's" probably
aro selling silk petticoats. Well, when she roturne to tho offico in tho evening all her
purchases are assembled togothor. All the buyers in our oflico aro shown the new things.
If they consider them good, thoy will locato tho manufacturers of same, and thoy will
5 scud Mora Bros., as well as tho rest of our syndicato, what they think they can use.
That's why all tho now things aro found at tho B g Store llrat.
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