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ROYAL BAKING POWDER
Mrs. Richard T. Andorson Expired at
Zioxlngtou Hospital Vcstcrday
Morning Was Born in
A man who loved fishing, named Tate,
Took caro in preparing his bait.
When tho fish gave a tug ho would
pull on tho jug;
And the tiling that ho caught was a
NOTICE I am prepared to do all
kinds of patch work, such as grate
setting, chimneys and walls pointed.
Call or drop postal to JOHN S. BD
(UXdTON. Cor. Wood and Elizabeth
Mr. Thomas C. Poguo, former pros
ecuting attorney of Ilamiltou County,
Ohio, nnd ono of tho leading lawyers
of Cincinnati, cnino up yesterday, ac
companied, by his wife and their two
littlo daughters, Virginia and Margaret,
for a visit to his bi other, Col. Henry
K. I'oj-uo ami wife of tho West End.
Attorney t'oguo is a former May&villu
boy who lias att.iined higli honors
in tho Queen City anil enjoys a large
CALLED TO XENIA.
Jlrs. W. W. Brock', superintendent of
tho City Mission, left today for Xenia,
O., cnllcd thero liy the serious illness of
her niece, Mrs. W. W. Brock.
CHARLES H. HARRISON
Prominont Mason County Farmer Dies
of Pnoumonla Aged 71 Years.
iMr. Charles H. Harrison passed
away this morning at his homo uear
Orangeburg, of pneumonia', aged 74
years. Ho is survived by his wife and
four children, lie nlso leaves threo
brothers and ono sister IJ. M. JIarrison
and S. II. Hnrrison of this city; W. IT:
Harrison of tho county and Mrs. Uaul
ton of Nicholas county.
1'uneral Sunday morning at 10:"i0
o'clock. Burial in the Maysvillo .cemetery.
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Reduction to all school teachers on
Saturday. J. T. KACKLEV & CO.
NIGHT CLASS IN BOOKKEEPING.
Miss Margaret R. Browu will open
a night class in Bookkeeping, Monday,
November 0th. Phono 102. 3-0t
NOW POPULAR TOBACCO MAN.
Wyatt Insko will bo in tho employ
of tho Farmers1 Loojo Leaf Tob'icco
Warehouse at Carlisle this season. Mr.
Insko ii very popular wherever known
and will add patronage to tho Farmers.
COTTON TRADING TO OPEN MON-DAY.
PASTIME HERE TO STAY.
The report seems to bo in circulation
that the Pastime theater is to close.
This is wholly uutrue and is done tc hi
juro my business. I am hero to stay,
as tho Pastime is making nionoy and
We aro pleased with Maysvlllo.
ANNA BELL WARD.
NIJW YORK, Nov. 13. i Tho New
York Cotton Exchange will reopen for
unrestricted trading next Monday
morning, November 10. The board of
governors so voted today.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 1.1. Tho
New Orleans Cotton Exchange will
open for unrestricted trading Monday,
FREE FREE FREE
$6 Worth Edison Records
With Horn Typo Phonographs. See our catalog
for cut, price magazines.
1. r. KtlCKLEV & GO.
Robes, ' '
. '. Rain Aprons,
-" . Storm Fronts,
5 , Umbrellas,
MIKE BROWN. S
(Friday's Lexington Loader.)
Mrs. Lutio R. Anderson, wife of Mr.
Richard T. Anderson, capitalist and
banker, died at the Good Saimilt.in
Hospital at llt'Hl o'clock today, fol
lowing au illness of about two months.
Whllo not unexpected, as she had
been in a critical condition for sc
oral days, tho death of Mrs. Anderson
was a great shock to her fmiily anl
large circle- of frionds who hoped
ngainst hopo that her life would bo
All that medical science and tho lov
ing ministrntions of her devoted 1ms
bniuf, family and rehtives could jug
gest was done in tho hope of restor
ing her to hei'.th, but hi vain. She
gradually grow .ea';.r until the end
iMrs. Anderson was before her mar
riage, to Mr. Anderson about twehe
years ago, Miss Lutio ltesposs, of
Mason county, and Iqsiiles her hus
band, she is survived by her parent;,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A C. Rospess, ,md two
brothers, Messrs. Ua'Jwin and Cmirt
ney Resposs, all of this city. She was
a noico of Mr3. W. E. M"utun, and a
granddaught.r of Oil. W. W Baldwin,
known beforo his death is tho ''Turn
pike King of Vpuiuekv."'
Mrs. Anderson was bright, winning
and gracious in manner, endearing her
self to all who camo within the circle
of her acquaintanceship. She wis a
general favorlto in Lexington -society,
nnd her beautiful homo at 175 West
Second street was pen ailed by an at
mosphere of brightness nnd vivacity
that mado it a delightful spot to her
relatives and friends, it is particulirh
sad that ono so amiable, gracious and
popular should be taken away in the
bloom of young womanhood, bttt it Is
only another exemplification tint
Death loves a shining mark. She ,v i 1 1
lie greatly missed In all circles heie,
and the news of her death will carrv
sorrow to all who knew and oed
hor for her many graces of mind and
Tho body was removed to tho fi
ily residence, on West Second street.
Tho funeral will tako place Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the burial
will bo In tho Lexington cemetery.
Tho bereaed husband and fi'ii'.1
have the sympathy of the whole cjoi
munity In their irreparable loss.
"THE BEST LUMBER I EVER USED"
This from a satisfied customer means a great deal to us. It prove? that we
are serving this community with the best LUMHUK that can be produlced. Wc
are prepared to furnish jou in any kind of Lumber or other Building Material.
We sell to some exacting customers atul satisfy them. We can satisfy jou. We
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u over or ptioue jour oruer. races guatameed.
J I m Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE
A. A. MoLaughun. L. N. Bkuan.
rr. Sam M. Hall of Forest avenue,
went down to Cincinnati yesterday for
a few days' visit.
"FATHER SHOT ROYSE"
Says Bud Thomas, a Negro Arrested
For tho Murder and Bobber of
Nicholas County Fanner
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
GRAPEFRUIT SPECIAL. Cheaper Than Oranges
SftiK tot 35 CmU a Hm Law Sizi 4S Cm(s a Hih
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Loxington, Ky., Novombor 12 Ac
cording to tho oflicers tho story of tho
murder of C. T. Royso, a farmer who
lived near Carlisle, was told to them
this evening by Bud Thomas, n Negro,
Who, with his father, Dan Thomas, was
brought to tho Fayette, county jail last
night for fear of their being lynchod,
of tor a Coroner's jury had declared
thoy had committed tho Royso murder.
Thomas stated, tho olllcors say, that
his father killed Mr. Royso while he,
tho sou, was presout.
Thomas said his father 'told him
to come with him, as ho was going
hunting. Tho father took with him a
single-barreled shotgun, tho son said.
They wont to tho Royso placo and out
to tho barn. A lltlo later Mr. Royso
appeared at tho house, heated some
wntor iu nn old stovo that was in tho
yard and then camo to tho barn. Tho
Negroes woro standing around the cor
ner nnd whon ho camo up to them Dan
Thomas said ho hnd como to take his
horso nway. To this Mr, Royso replied,
tho Negro said, that ho could not get
it, as Thomas owed a bill of $50 to him.
Aftor a short conversation Dan Thomas
raised tho gun and fired, tho shot tak
ing effect in Mr. Royso 's chest just
below tho neck, llo was not killed by
tho first shot and tho Negro reloaded
tho gun nnd shot him twice more
Body Iliddon In Woods.
Thoy then carried tho dead man to
tho lumber pilo in tho woods where
tho body wns found nnd went to
town by a roundabout way, loavlng
tho gunlu a field somo distance from
tho sceuo of tho killing. Bud Thomas
said that thoy 'took moro' than
$.100 from tho dead man, ifo said
that his father had repeatedly com
ninndcd him not to toll of tho murder,
nnd that since tho inquest ho hnd
boon especially porsistont in "his do
mnnds not to toll, and that on his way
hero yesterday in tho automobile ho
warned hSm r'eatTjUy to Jcoop si
lent und that ho woko him up several
tlmos Inst night In tho jail and snidi
Bud Thomas is apparmUy about 25
veara bid and his father jvttbout.t CO,
THE HIGH SCHOOL
aionduynlght, tho 10th, tho Welsh wit
and humorist, Dr. Arthur Evans, will
bo with us and present his subject,
"Tho Lords of tho Land." Moro than
twenty years of trovol in Scotland and
Cngland make him admirably prepared
to discuss tliis subject.
"Ho is humorous without beingVute,
oratorical without being lurid or ver
bose. His stoiios aro fresh nnd Wright.
Thoy fetch a hearty laugh from all."
"Arthur Uvnns is ono of 'tho most
eloquont and enthusiastic speakers
heard in Atlnnta in a long ttmo.'" The
(leorgian, Atlanta, Oa.
Reserved seats at Williams.
iMiss Ella Mae Small returned from
Dayton, (., Wednesday, whero she has
been engaged in "her profession as
GRAND CHANCELLOR ARN ON IN
(Friday 's Lexington Leader.)
Crand Chancellor Sherman Arn of
Mnysville, head of tho Pythian order
in Kentucky, was the guest of honor at
the meeting of Phoenix odgo No. "o
lust night, when the pago rank was
conferred 'Upon five candidates and in
structic talks given ty Crand i nan
collor Arn and Grand Keeper of Roc
ords and Seals J. W. Carter, of this
eitv. Follow ins: these ceremonies a
Dutch lunch was sorved to about se
enty-fivo membors. Grand Chancellor
Am i on an inspection tour of a
number of lodges ui Central Kentucky.
Fresh Fish Wels' Moat Markets.
Mr. E. C. Shearer, piano tufier of
Cincinnati, will bo hero on his negular
trip, for ono week only, begtnuing
Monday, November 10th. Lcao (orders
with Miss Lida Berry or Central Itlotel.
G. T. Hensou of MaysUlIo was a
business lsitor in Mt. Olivet Wednos
day. Mr. Jlenson is in g id health
and tips tho beam at -.11 pounds. Mt.
BARGAINS IN JEWELRY .AND
G, A. McCarthy is thinking ofjclos
Irg out business nnd retiring, therefore
all prices are reduced. It will pay-
yon to call and sec.
THIS IS THE LAST MONTH TO
PAY STATE AND COUNTY TAXlES,
PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE A
AVOID THE RUSH AND PENALTY.
OFFICE HOURS 9 A. M. and 4 P.M.
J. II. CLARK, SID3RTFF MASON Vo.
FREE DISPENSARY WILL BE OPEN
THREE DAYS A WEEK.
-Medical staff of tho Mason County
Health Lcaguo met at tho loaguo head
quarters, 215 Court streot, Thursday
ovening to reorganise and tako up
other matters of business. It was de
cided to open tho freo dispensary threo
days a week instead of two, to the
poor. Physicians on duty: Monday, 4
to 5, Dr. C. M. McGuiro and Dr. W. S.
"Tai-ell; Wednesday, 4 to 15, Dr. A. O.
Taylor and Dr. S. R. Harovor; Friday,
4 to 5, Dr. A. It. Quigley nnd Dr. .1. II.
Samuels; 3pccialist eyo and ear, Dr. P.
O. Smoot. Dr. Cooper kindly offered to
make all X ray examinations for tho
SpccialSfnr Saturday- all flavors, K'e.
AMERIOAIN TROOPS TO BE WITH-
DRAWN FROM VERA CRUZ.
Washington, Nov, 13. Secretary of
Stato Hryart announced tonight that tho
American troops now occupying . era
Cruz, will bd, withdrawn from that city
on November 23.
BRING YdiUR TURKEYS DIRECT
TO US. Pule PLENTY OF STRAW
IN YOUR WAGONS. OUR PRICE
WILL BE 13c DELIVERED, FOE
GOOD, FAT TjURKEYS, FROM NOW
UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV. 21st,
THE E. L. MANCHESTER PRODUCE
With every twenty-five cent tube f our
Ideal Toothpaste we will give you choice of
auy 10c tooth brush wc sell. As wa have
only a limited stock of tooth pastel come
If. F. WILLIAMS ,RS
O. HECHIMGER & CO.
We Are Headquarters for
ii Balmacaan and MAGKiNA
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and $-iqb Store
"They arc going to be t he rage this Fall and Winter." They will be worn byi the little
ones as well as the grown-ups; by girls as well as boys. Bring in your little ones " i ii, see how
cute they look m them.
Represents such a variety of M
trouble to show them to you
to show you through.
Stock of Overcoats
odels and Fabrics that it would be difficult to describe, bit it is no
(lien you are in the mood to investigate; in fact, it will be apleasure
Veiy truly yours,
3D- lE-EEaKlXJSTG-EJIR. & CO,
If you want a corot th-it will improve your fig
ure, support it in oa?y supple comfort and serve you
long aftor an ordinary corset would have gone to
pieces, ak for
THE WARNER RUST-PROOF
Mnko your selection now and wear it when your
gowns are fitted. Foi every figure largo or small
thore ie a Warnor'd fishionably designed to sup
port tho figure with easy flexible comfort.
Every Pair Guaranteed Not to Rust, Break or Tear
Wear a Warner Brassiere with your corsot and
your figuro from shoulder to thigh will bo perfectly
supported in lines of Present Fashion.
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$1 to $5
50c to $4
Buy Linens NOW!
This is the advico given all our customers whom
we havo served so many years, for it is a fact be
youd the shadow of doubt, that all Linens will be
advanced in price in ths near future, because of ex
isting conditions iu the great Linen Manufacturing
Centers of Europe.
Our stock of Housekeeping Linons is most
complete with the High-Standard Qualities (wo
have always carried) and our prices have not been
ladvauoed our old prices prevail.
Bread and Butter
ill have the elegance of a bannuet if served on a
liable dressed in this handsome linen. Almost a
dkzen different pretty patterns. Two yards wido
nnd $1.25 yd. Match napkins $2.9S, dozen. NOT
I DOUBLE STAMPS Saturday
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
NOW. DON'T DELAY ANY LON(
stocks were never jp better shape
rBR BUYING WINTER
You will find here
The smartest Hats in Maysville.
Ths prettiest Suits in town at $12.95 to $35.
Ttu bast values in Ladies' and Children's Coats $3.98 to $25.
The correct styles in Furs from $2.98 to $35.
The warmest 'wool nap" Blankets at $1.98.
The new organdy Collar and Cult Sets at 25c.
The best Hose made for 25c pair.
The best fitting Union Suits at 50c and $1.
The latest Angora .Sport Coats at $4.98.
i The ,'Queen Quality" Spat Boots $4 and $5.
1 The "Regal" Shoes for men $4 to $5.
i The "Barry" Rubber Sole Shoes, tan or black, $4.50.
Who "Boy Scout" Shoes at $2.50.
The prettiest sweaters at i to jb.
Uho '-Npmn" Pnrtnlc at M
he "Royal" Linen Waists, wonderful va!uo,!$2.
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