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4 4 4. 4. 4. 4.4. 4- WfMTHEU FOWtrAUT J- Fair In. -dm: tVednoHaj fr Prnhahlv Warmer. i' public t THK I F.RUKR i aa aJvar- tllnr medium that brtnffi r. : anlts. Oar ratea ara consist- ! enl with clrrnlatlon. Try as. f 4. 4. hkkly Mtrmr.iCAfr-ni Aail i ri Hi i ni k i MAY8VILT.E, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY, OCTOBER 3, 1916. ONB COPY-OlfB CENT. n a. REGIMENTAL FLAG among the old saldlcrs, many of whom worn pager to see (he atandard under which they once fought Several of Of the Sixteenth kcnttick, Was Nnl,,,"m hnv nnpA ' "k fnr ,hp fl ' Sent t ThN I It) for the Imoela Mafl Meeting of Thai Organl- nation I it -1 Meek on eoimt oi 1Mb) In Letter. next year. It la to he regretted that the flan did not arrive but certain 'y It will be here for the next reunion n the tenor of the letter la to the effect that the retieat eoulil have been g ran ted. County ittlgc W. II Klea is In ro-1 calpt of a letter from MIsb Sallte Jack- aon of Krankrort, librarian of the Ken-j tucky 8tate Hlatorlcal Society stating the reaaon of Oovernor Stanley liclng unable to eomptj itli the request of, the members of the Sixteenth Ken tucky Infantry to allow their regi ment flag to bo sent to thla city on Wednesday laBt to be present lit the Aaaociatlon meeting of that organiza tion with the Tenth Kentucky Cavalry., The letter follows: CO!' STY COI'KT I In the Maaon County Court yester day the following business was trans acted : Ordered that the aettlementa filed nt the last term of court which were held over to this term for exceptions, be and they are confirmed and ordered to he recorded, no exceptions having been taken thereto. Order.nl thnt the setlements thla day produced In court be filed and Frankfort, Ky., September , l16.8d ()Vpr t)) ,hp npxt ,prm of cort for Judge W. II Rice. Maysville, Ky. 'exceptions. My Dear Sir: Vour letter addresaed A pRppr DParnK th. date of Septem to Governor Stanley has been handed for 6, 1904, together with a codicil ti. me thla morning by the Governor s tnpreto attached, bearing the date of private secretary. Miss Mohler, for an- October 2, 1916, both paper and codi wer. ell purporting to be the last will of D His Excellency being aware that thgnm white, was produced In court nnd Kentucky State Historical Society ha ordered filed. The handwriting of In its rooms and care a number of y, the will and codicil were proven flogs used In the Civil War, 1861-65, as Dy tllp testimony of John Grant ani one of the officers I drew out the rec- oille Grant. The paper was admitted ord of those in our rooms to search (0 probate. for the one desired by the Sixteenth: Mrg. Klla V. White, qualified as exe- CITY COUNCIL Met l.t Kvening In Ihe ('waned Chamber and Transacted Halne nf the City Ordinance to Sell Telephone Franchise Pass ed on First Reading. City Council met In regular monthly meeting last evening in the Council Chamber, all members being present. The following was the report of 1'olice Judge John b Whltaker: Fines aasi'ssed $245.00 Judges costs 76.40 Chief's costs assessed 29.00 Call fees assessed 38.40 tin motion Council adjourned to meet again during the month In ad journed session cm hi II w h i iii in i. ii 1 1 ii Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, without noting the day and date at first, and, found the letter a delayed one, dated September 23rd, last Saturday, and this past Wednesday, the 27th, the oc casion In which the surviving mem bers of the regiment desired to dis play the flag for the pride and plcas- catrli of D, ety. Snm White without sur- WILL REAITIFY BAK Messrs. Murray and Thomas of this city have been awarded a contract bv the First National Rank of Brooksvllle ami of those al the reunion at Mays- re,",,'l"l ,h"lr banking room. Thev VIU ara making extensive repairs, thus I will, when I have leisure, have bringing the bank up-to-date on every ,. . . . ,,,,,, . particular. The contract as awardei! lilt: u.i ; iuuavii w, i, iiiii,. iiv cayed and faded as they are. and If the Sixteenth Kentucky Volunteer In fantry is among them, I will write you, and it Is my Instruction to say U lor iiuirhlc noor and beautltul marble fixtures, somewhat on the or der of those in the Standard Bank in ; this city. it would have given our society much pleasure to have loaned the one de sired to you. Respectfully, MISS SALLIE JACKSON. Librarian, K. S. H. S. The failure of the flag to come was the cause of much disappointmeni Jackson, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of Commerci street, fell off a table at his home and dislocated his left wrist. Pilly Sunday converts in Syracuse. N. Y., cost $61,854.60, or $3.08 each. Total $274.80 The following was the report of the Claims and Accounts Committee: Alms and Almshouse $ 209.68 Public Library 26.00 Mission Home 126.00 Mason County Health League 25 00 Hayswood Hospital 26.00 Colored Mission 12.50 Gas and Electricity 734.19 Roard and Guarding City Pris oners 48.00 Miscellaneous 20.06 Salaries 324.11 New Brick Streets 417.65 Vollce 402 60 Fire Department 364.05 Internal Improvements 316.50 Council Salary lSMf Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For Fall. Parts and Sup plies Cars For Hire Goodyear Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST Rlm Ciib l y the No Ki"' l ot feature. SlowouU by the "On Alt " t lire. Luoar Irenti, - hv ITIiny rillllu r rlVft. Irutcuntr I'V Iii hiui,U'l pi-ino wire. Puncture! end Skidd nu l y I IS duuble thick All -Weather tlx 1 1 The Thrifty Farmer Keeps His Eye "Pealed" For UP-TO-THE-MINUTE FARM MACHINERY and that's the kind of man we cater to. The New Peoria Drill is without a doubt the most complete farm machine of its kind on the market today, and we want you to see it. It opens the furrow, drops the seed at the bottom, and brings you a better and bigger yield. Don't forget the name, "New Peoria," and that it is sold by MIKE BROWN "The Square Deal Man" i i i Total I3.134.1R The mayor reported that ha ha1 collected 75c for licenses during the month. Fire Chief Newell reported that the Fire Department had answered three alarms of fire during the past month. The city treasurer reported a bal ance In the general fund of J3.068.12. The following building permits were granted: M. D.'Collis To raise and remodel property on East Second strert Mrs. Nannie Gallager To add a porch and bath room to property on East Second street. William Rryan To remodel resi dence on East Fourth street. Rossie P, Johnson Four room irame and brlek addition to residence on West Fourth street. I'orter Beckett Stable and other additions. East Fourth strert. James T. Kackley One story gar age in rear of business house on Wen' Second street, 16x20 feet, metal lined inside and outside. C. B. I'aul Coal house, frame, com position roof, Hall Alley, Messrs. H. U Turner, H. B. Wood, et als , asked the Council to grant then, a permit to erect a tobacco ware house with Iron sides and composition roof o Bank street. The tire chief befor the Council meeting substi tuted the word metal roof for composi tion. Mr. Wood, one of the members of the firm building the warehouse, was called and after discussing the matter with the fire chief the permit was granted, the original reading hav 'ng been restored. Mr. W. W. Ball addressed the Coun cil in regard to the taxation of the prop. Tty of Mrs. T. Y. Neabltt. Mr. N'esbitt claims that she Is over assess ed $1000 and asks for some recourse. Mr. Isaac Chllds. the city aaseasor, and Mr. James Klley also addressed the Council on the matter. It was laid over to an adjourned meeting to be held during the month for investiga tion, ' Mr, Thomas V. Boone addressed the Council In regard to the matter of purchasing two second-hand pulmo tors. The pulmotors when entirely equipped will cost about l-iio Thla $-'no will be apportioned In the follow lug manner: $100 from the city, $75 from the fiscal court and $25 from the public utilities companies. One of liiein would be kept in the city and the other at some convenient point In the county. The matter was referred to the Proposition and Grievance Com mittee to report back at the BBjaaaaJ meeting of Council. A report from the chalrmau of the Ways and Means Committee waa re ceived turning over to the city several water and bridge notes. The old bonds were turned over to Messrs. Russell, Conrad and Thomas to be looked over and destroyed. Mr. Ben Smith, the street commis sioner, was granted a leave of absence for a few days. An ordinance for the sale of a tele phone franchise was placed on its first reading aud received. A motion to suspend the rules was defeated. No action was taken In tbe matter or bricking East Fourth street al though the matter Mas discussed to koine length. The Internal Improvement Couiuiit tee was Instructed to see that all aew ers necessary should be tapped The Sidewalks and Uuttera Commit 1 te and tbe City Attorney wars lu-1 "ructed tu bring action agalust tbe property owuers ou Lower Wall street era uscussary should be napped On motion the Chairman of lite Ways and Menus Coaunltta was aulWIied i Issue oae $44H) bond, the last avail-abla. The new M E Church at Murphys vllle will be dedicated on next Sunday. Rev. F. W. Ilarrop of Harlan, Ky., will deliver the address. The aWBMVt of the church were anxious to have Rev. W. H. Morris, their former pastor, with them for the dedication but It was not IMisslble to finish the church before conference. -1 CllNHIOT PtAaVTBa MCHOOI, REGISTER! Majsvllle Kuhllran who want In tnfe for Fl-riMeM In November mnl rrg-lsle The work on the Washington School house has about come to a atand still o:i account of being unable to secure enough men to plaster the walls and do Interior work on the school. The building has been greeted and ver III tie autside work remains to be done. 6E0R6E BRADFORD IJels One Year In the Penitentiary Knr Shooting; N recti eMadows With Intent Ii Kill. The Jury In the case of George Bradford, charged with shooting Green Meadows with Intent to kill, returned a verdict yesterday of guilty and placed his punishment at one year in the state penitentiary. Some months ago Bradford and Meadows wero attending a crap game in the old sand pit near the I,. a N. Round House. An argument started over a sultcsae of whiskey and Brad ford went to the home of a friend In Eastland and borrowed a shotgun. Re-! turning to the sand pit he met Mead-1 ows and shot at him. the gunshot tnk- j lug effect in his left arm and side I Tho wounded man was taken to the' Hospital where he received medical attention. Bradford was captured bv ' the police 'near Wood street In thel East End and placed In Jail where he bar b'.'cn since flint time Meadows, the chief witness for the prosecution, was not present at the! trial hilt Bradford was convicted with out his testimony. Meadows was be-1 fere the grand Jury on September 4 af-, ter having spent the summer In West, Virginia and It Ib supposed thet he re-1 turned to that state. This about winds up the criminal cuses for this term of court, there be ing about tree left. The remainder of the term win be spent In adjusting f at their regular polling places In Ihe elly. There will be bat one regular registration day Tuesday. October Sd. Every voter must reg-lster, whether he has registered before or nut. Young men' who will be of age ' member 7lh, will be permitted to register. EAR KOR SALE 54 acres, located In Clermont county. Ohio, between New Richmond antl Bethel, with good buildings and fences. Rolling land most all of which is In grass. Address F. C. Brannen, Richmond, Ohio, R. R. 3. ) PUBLIC TAKE NOTICE 9 Mr. Editor of thj Lodger: - I'lciise attra (lie Mi. rley ( 'on feel i,,. obatlfft t heir ad in I the spiie-o below. How nltont HOT SPIT for ehgt jj M. F. WILLIAMS & COMPANY 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR COUOH MEDICINE LAXATIVE 5 QUININE, ORIP TABLETS, ETC. S See Us About Your Eyes We give you honest advice, QUAL ITY SERVICE and SATISFACTION. Broken lenses duplicated. Or. II. Kahn of Cincinnati on Monday' Br. George Bevlne Every Bay. Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe Building. If You Are a Sufferer From the Heat, Try Our BIERLEY'B CONFECTIONERY Creams and Ices 229 Market Street West Side. A HANDSOME PORCH adds immensely to the appearance of a house and the comfort and satisfac tion of the occupants. To know how aaaily It can be had Just come and look over our mill-worked columns, railings, etc., all so perfectly made and adjusted that you can put them up yourself, and the cost Is so little! The Mason Lumber Company urn. r Limestone and Second Streets. Phone 61t. A A. Mr I. a ugh I In. L. H Reban. THE FALL "DRESS UP" CAMPAIGN Nation Wide September 30th-0ctober 14th This is Dress I'p Week the country over. The time when millions of men pause to check up their ap pearance. Cheek up yours, too, now. IMPRESSIONS mil Of LAST I'OI'XT KOR MI CH IN THIS WOULD Your clothes will help or mar a "fllrst Impression" on somebody. But don't don't think the slogan "Dress I'p" means frills and fusiness. No sir, that's not the Idea. It's simply this: This Is the best time to think of putting aside those clothes that have done summer duty. Yes, they do look a bit off. Then this la the tint" to dress up. Cbey That Impulse We have SITTS that win your favor that are instantly first choice for style; Just the sort to make you think that this "DRESS VV idea is a good one. I."n 1Mb Dress I'p In new shirts smart ties fall hats all in vast assortments of styles and colorings decided ly correct. D. HECHINGER & CO. civil cases. WyV ys waJ wafjaata fffff . ff . a A STOCK OF SILKS UNEQUALED IN MAYSVILLE Conditions being as they are a rising market, a shortage of dyes and a scarcity of some of the more desirable silks, this stock is all the more remarkable in that it has in it hundreds of yards of high-class, perfect silks at before-the-war prices. $1 to $2.50. All the popular weaves and colors are included. TUB DRESSES FOR MORNING WEAR Neat percales and ginghams, made so simply they can easily be laundered. With prices only $1, $1.50 and $1.98 you can afford enough to have them always fresh. 1852 J7X LJ -LN X fc 1916 a The New Suits and Coats from "Bischof are on display. The prettiest styles will be picked out early. You will find a pretty hat to match each suit and coat. MERZ BROS.