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No place can you buy such OLD WHISKIES. Bottled in bond for $9 a case or 75c full quart.
BEST EVER. Whiter is coming so buy a quart of the best apple brandy for that cold, only 75c.
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A PAIR OF SIXES'
TWELVE DEAD FROM WOOD
Hristol, Vt. Twelve persons Imvo ilied
lioro as a result of drinking liquor,
which contained wood alcohol, last Saturday.
Regular meeting 11, I. O. Klks, Wednos
May, November 1th, 1014, there will
be held a social session. All Elks cor
I 0. SMOOT, E. It.
W. It. SMITH, bec'y.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS.
About time for some of our delin
quent: supbseribers to mobilize and
make a monetary attack on our exchequer.
Moro threats by night riders have
been niado at Carbond.ile.
If you want your pick of the
prettiest line of Autumn and Win
ter Woolens Ed. V. Price & Co
ver esent out, at a price you will.
like, seledl the pattern for your
fall clothes today. They specialize
From $14 to $30
Very strong at $25
Specify the delivery date that
suits your own convenience, but
have us send in your measure be
fore the rush season begins. That's
the best way to buy clothes.
Don't overlook our Dry Clean
ing Department. There is a differ
ence in our work.
C. F. McNAMARA
QYi West P-ont Street
"A Pair of Sixes," tho farco by Ed
Ward Peple which is ncuriug tho ond of
its first year's run at tho Longacre
Theatre, New York, will bo tho at
traction at tho Washington Theatre,
Monday night, Nov. !. It received
a degroo of praise from tho usually
severe metropolitan critics in terms
that almost exhausted the superlatives.
Thero has been no dissenting opinion
as to the ingenuity of tho fantastic
idea on which tho plot is based and
the swift movement and comic intensity
of tho details mako an endless enter
tainment of rarely cujoynblo fun.
The story concerns Oeorgo H. Ncttlo
ton and T. Hoggs John, manufacturers
of a digestive pill, who arc continually
quarreling about their respective
claims of being tho brains of their
prosperous business. With a burst ot
temper, each declares ho wants to
break tho partnership. This is not
easy to arrange, but when their law
er conies they dispute as much nbout
tho details of the split as they hae
previously done about the details ot
the business. They finally accept their
lawyer's suggestion to decide tho disso
lutlon by drawing a hand at poker.
Thoy agreo that tho one who wins
should bo tho muster of tho business,
and tho other is to be his sorvanT lor,
a a oar. If either party breaks this
contract, ho is to forfeit $5,000.00 and
his interest in tho business There an
alt,o numerous cash fines and other jien
alties. Also absolute secrecy is domnud
cd. ihis makes Hoggs' position "exceed
ingly painful to hint when he is In
stalled as butler in the Nettlotou homo,
and his sweetheart comes to visit them
as a guest. Ho dares not toll her his
leasou for his menial position and hi
trlbutious are made worse through the
insistent attentions of ait eccentric
English servant, who determines to
capture him as a husband. This amaz
ing complication excites uo end o.
amusing situations and tho fun is f.i
nud furious until his sweetheart take
a hand in the game and proves that 11
lone queen of hearts can beat a pai
Eulalio Outiorres has been chosen p-o-visional
president Of Mexico by the
conference at guascalientos over tho
protests of General tarrana.
President Wilson held a conference to
discuss tho advisability of sending
troops to tho strike one of Hartford
Scotio from Act I, in "A Pair of
Sixes," the funniest play over written,
at tho Washington Theater, Mondaj
night, November 9th,
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE LEAGUE.
Tho Mason County Woman Suffrage
League will meet at the Public Library,
Thursday, November Ctli, at 10 a. in.,
instead of at " p. in., as previously
announced. The change U made on nc
count of The American Historic Paint
ings at the Gem Theater at - p. m.
Ho not fail to hear Miss Margaret
Stahl Thursday night, S p. m., at tin
High School Auditorium, llor render
lug of "Strnngheart" is most artistic
and sho carries her nudienco from 0111
character to another without In tin
least confusing them. As Miss St.ihl i
considered one of the four really grea'
leaders on tho American platform, vv
are expecting a full house. Don't fot
get vour reserved seat is waiting to
von at Williams' Urug Store. .'Mil
Tuxedo the Most Enjoyable
and the Most Healthful Smoke
THE most enjoyable smoke is a pipe. But
many men deny themselves this pleasure
because they have had unhappy experiences
with pipe tobaccos.
Likely you have paid 35 cents to 50 cents
for a tin 01 'fancy mixture," and it burned
your mouth or throat, or was unpleasantly
QJfa.Qjuiutouf Too bad but you got the wrong tobacco.
XilC 11U11U1CUS Ul UlUUSUHUS Ul 111C11 WilU
popular musical comedy star
"A tin of Tare Jo Is my con
stant companion. I lie it cspecl
ally because it has never given me
a bit of throat trouble. The
smoothest smoke ever.
Star of "Mary's Lamb."
The Sprine Chleken," etc.
"Tuxedo is my idea of what a
good, wholesome smoke should be.
I'm for it always."
jA. X. " J
ot "Quaker Ulrl" fame
'Tuxedo is my co-star, attribute
a good deal of my success to it,
because it macs my nerves be
have. And as for voke cuUutel
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
have found the answer to their smoke prob
lems. Tuxedo is the mildest tobacco made.
It cannot bite the tongue or dry the throat.
And it's economical. There are 40 pipe
fuls in a ten-cent tin. You can't get any
better tobacco because nothing better grows
than the mellow, perfectly aged Burley leaf
used in Tuxedo.
If you try Tuxedo for
a month and cut out other
smokes, you will not only
have had the best month
of smoking you have ever
had in your life, but you
will have made a mighty
big saving in your pocket
money! YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO
Famous green tin with goW let- 1A
teriagi curved to fit the pocket J.UC
CeVniMt peuob, iant-Kned '
Vr ik iseittwre-preef fft H
In Glt4 HttmUhn $9e mat! 90e
n AMMMK TOWUM JMtMPANY
Thomas H. Gray's New Plant in the To
bacco District New Feature in
Maysville's Big Market
Tho subject of this business notieo
is not new to the tobacco trado or
without experience. Mr. Gray was rear
ed on a farm in Fleming county, Ken
tucky, whoo ho became familiar with
the culture, curing and grading of
Whito Hurley Tobacco by actual ex
cellence. .Boforo reaching his majority
lie began speculating as a country deal
er, selling in the Cincinnati and louis
ille markets and later he accepted a
position with the Farmers' aud Ship
ptrs' Tobacco Warehouse Company, ot
Cincinnati, as their agent and solicitor.
with .headquarters at Fleiuiiigsbtirg,
Ky., at the name, time continuing to
speculate. Alter about two years In
accepted a position with the Cincinnati
Tobacco Warehouse Company in the
In the above time he gained valuable
experience in the handling aud classify
ing of Hurley tobacco to suit tho manu
facturer. Mr. dray becamo identified
with tho American Tobacco Company
when it began buying direct from
tanners, remaining with them up to
HK!, buying and classifying large
quantities of tobacco for their factory
each year. During his stay with the
American Tobacco Company ho bought
for them at I'Momiugfhurg, Augusta and
.Maysxille, Ky. lie left them to .accept
an oll'er lrom the !. 1. Taylor Company
to install aud operate their Kentucky
biaurli and direct the buying aud grad
ing of tobacco, and to equip for them
n large rodying plant at Lexington and
Maysille, K. After eighteen mouths
with tho Taj lor Company he became
identified with the I!. .1. Reynolds To
liacco Company as assistant manager
of their buying force in Kentucky, and
in two years he became tho manager
During his connection with tho Taylot
and Uo nobis Companies .Mr. OrnyV
headquarters were at Lexington, Ky.
With all his experience fiom the
tobacco growing fields on through al
the various channels of the Leaf To
b.icco business up to buying millions
of pounds yearly for several of the
largest tobacco manufacturers and leaf
dealers of the country, Mr. (Irav has
leeided to enter the brokerage business
ltoul'i7ing the superior quality of th
weed grown in tho teiritory siirrouinlinr
Mnysville, Ky., and the many adant
ages of the Maysville market in its
shipping facilities, lie is building a large
brick roliandliug house in Maysville
which will bo fully completed and
ready for the handling of a general
brokerage business in timo for tlu
opening of tile market for the It'll
Mr. Cray's opportunity of buying
and handling from two to twenty mil
lion of pounds of tobacco yearly for
the best known and most successful
firms of tho country should commend
him to tho trade. Westorn Tobacco
-l- NEWS AND VIEWS. .J.
The oxpatriatos from Belgium nrc
estimated at 2,000,000.
It is said that the Belgians sec no
other relief for them save in tho help of
the United States.
An English naturalist claims that
rich deposits of radium producing ore
have been discovered in India.
J)r. Buk (t. Catleson, ono of tho
country 's most noted authorities on
Kidney diseases, is dead in New Vork.
As tho farmers ofrer their wheat
crops on the market tho price declines,
it will riso again after the middlemen
get control of -the supply.
The shippers and shippers associa
;ions which arc fighting the railroad
rate increase allege that they need ad
Minces just as much ns tho railroads
do. So say nil the rest of us.
Mayor Mitchel of New Vork has
pist appointed to a $.",000 position in
that oity which was desired by the
politicians a man whom ho discovered
by means of a want ad in the news
papers. General von Autrenberg, who was re
moved from the command of the Third
Austrian army, says that such removal
waq caused by sickness, which leads to
the observation that Mich disasters as
that army suffered would make almost
any general -sick of his job.
The Supreme Court granted a motion
to advance the case of the Interstate
Commerce Commission against the I'. V
N, railroad. December 7 was set a
the date for argument.
William A. Wilgtis, a prominent luisi
ness man and a former postmaster of
llopkiusville, shot and killed hi'useli.
lie had been in ill health.
Smoke La Tosca No. o, maJo by the
Geo. W. Childs Cigar Co., in Maysville
It's a sinoko 29St
MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 9th
A woman always wonders why a ninn
mnkeg lovo to hor and io do other
Ilennrct ul OlnliiiniU for t'nturrli Tlinl
mmerourjr wllliurelydeitroy tho muse ot unell
nud completely duruiiKU the whole tyitem when
entering It through the mucoui surface!. Such
articles nhoultl never be uicd except on prescrip
tions from reputable phyilolaui, aa the damage
they will dptt tenfold to the good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by K. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0.,con
taint no mercury, and Is taken lntornallr, acting
ilreotly upon the blood and mucoui sur'aceiof
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
lureyou getthe genuine. It Is talren Internally
and made In Toledo, O., by F.J. Cheney A Co
Sold by Druggists. Prlce75t per bottle.
Take Hall's Family I'lllaf or oonstlpatlon.
Look and See Why You
Should Buy Oysters
Heeauso they are cheap, healthy and
They havo no bones to throw away.
They have no fat or waste.
They are all meat.
They are good.
Tbeso aro only a few of tho facts
about oysters, and tho prico is not high
and wo havo arranged with tho best
shippers in Baltinioro for fresh shuckcu
oysters to arrive hero daily.
Give us your order and seo what a
delicious flavor thero is in fresh oysters,
J. C. CABLISH
At tho Princess Theator buIIdflL ,,
riemingsburg, Friday night, Novenibibi! I
oth. .Music by Insko's Saxophone Trio.
Old papers 0 cents a hundrod atjThd -Lodger
DR. E. Y. HltfK'S
OSTEOPATH . I
HOURS-fWO; 12; 1:30; 1 f
2102 Court Street Phono 101. '
JOHN W. PORTER.
Ofllee IMiono II". Home Phone 00,
17 E. Second St., Maysvlllo, Ky.
Hist National Bank Building.
MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO. '
TRANSFER AND GENERAL
We make a specialty of large contracts.! '
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Dr. P. C. SMOOT'
Second Klonr Mnnoiilo Temple,
Third mill Murketglreeta,
SM-rlnI llriilloii (u Ileiur ofllin
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
Rtildenct, lit K Ti&rd St Ttlrpftonf
office si, rttidencel. Omcehourt, to to n
a, m.; i to 4 p. m., 7 ids p.m. tiutUjyt
by appoint'-'ntnnly )
When You Need Anything in the
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.J. LUKE McLUKE SAYS !
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tAftcr n man has had n bride a'ul an
automobile for a while he begins to take
an interest in other models.
Virtue may bo its own roward, but
it is seldom big enough to purchase
expensive gowns and willow plumes.
Jgiiuranco may bo bliss. Hut tliu'
doesn't keep n woman from hiring
privnto detective to trail her husband.
Tho reason why a girl loves baud
niado lingerie is because she knows
that the men can't seo it.
Tho Stork is a mean old cuss. He
waits until you give tho baby buggy
away because the first baity has learned
to walk, and then he ma' js another
Ono night of pleasure can tako more
starch out of n man than a whole
week of lipid work.
When they are 15 they wear their kirts
down to their ankles When they are
25 they see how near tho-kneo thoy
can wear the bottom of" tho skirt.
Tho old fashioned woman who poured
coal oil on tho fire In the kitchen stovu
now has a daughter who tries to crank
an automobile with the clutch In.
BETRAYED BY HER SISTER.
Tho ndvancod maiden was out row
ing with a possible suitor and had
taken her little sister along, who was
exhibiting much fear at tho waves.
"Why, Marthn, if you aro to nervous
now, what will you Do at my ngoJ"
'Thirty-nine, I stipjioso," meekly
replied little sister. Now York Times.
Tho Federal Hosorvo Hoard an
:ouiicQd its plan to remedy a defect in
tho now curroncy law and provide for
tho niembors' salaries.
Oostroller WHUajrtg wired all banks
(n Vnu '.Vnf V na trVtlin rntA hf lritnrests
I ' they ara charKla..OH U&Srjjf
ii i.- in iM .rf"'i . t. v. 'i - Tisrann'iv
4tf.V T.t fi., ',I,:-JJ.
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50
SALE OPENS TRIDAY MORNING
AT CRANE'S PAINT STORE
TRULY, "THE KIND THAT
MOTHER USED TO MAKE."
THEY DELIGHT THE PAL
ATE AND MAKE YOU WISH
FOR MORE. THEY ABE
BAKED FRESH DAILY AND
THEY ARE WAITING TOR
YOU HERE AND AT THE
AND YOU KNOW THEY'RE
GOOD IF MADE AT
Guess How Many
, See Our West
22 WEST SF.CWd STREET,
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CUT GLASS,
Get the best. We will furcisb you with any of the goods nl
above for a prtce tliat will be saustnetory to jou. in .
handle the Seth Thomas and the New Haven, the very bebt
the world. In Cut Glass we handle Libbey's, without an eo
Sterling Silver we handle Gorbam Manufacturing Company,
Manufacturing Conitianv and Towle'b line. In Watclies, .
Klgin, Walthatn, Hamilton, Illinois and Dueber-Hatnpdeu; cl
any better. Jewelry of the leudiug end best makes. I
P. J. MURPHY,
Choice Iowa Timothy S;
Northern Seed Rye
J. C. EVERETT C
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H. U. OULOttV bLHnLnOt ITIMIIltno j. u. LILtlLl M. I . Piiumumi.
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Evorybody saya that this present crop of tobacco ia tho largos'
and best ono cvor grown In Maaon county.
Now that you havo your part of this great crop In the barn,
don't tako tho chanco of losing it by fires
LET US INSURE IT FOR YOU.
We represent tho largest and strongest group of Firo Insur
ant Companies doing business In Kentucky,
SULSER. MATHEWS & CO. " "SSF '
Statu Nutton! ltnuk ltullilliiK. Tulcpliouo No. 1, 1
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Juat Received aud ou Tap
Fancy Greenup County Sorglf
Fancy New Orleans Molas
QUALITY FINE THIS YEAR.
I am revolving Daily Seal Shipped Baltimore Oysterjs o
ity mid always handled lu tho most Sanitury Manner. They
aud prices reasonable. In a few days I will bo rocoiv
tutii.w tlm v.-rv best tbnt comes to this market, lou
If vou buv your Potatoes of ine. My purchases of fal
coining every day and iu u very short time my stoe
plete, consisting of ovory article in my lino, ot too vo
l-'rults of all kinds, and of tho very best uhvays iu st
Poaches. Raisins. Currants. Citron. Datos, Figs, and q
in fact, ovory nrticlo and of tho very best, usually f
kind 1 run. A big supply of Apples, Oraugcs and Leu
don't forgot that I sell both wholesale and rotalL S
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