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MAYSVILLE, KY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Fall many a man
Who writes a joke
la first compelled
ills pipe to smoke.
Full many a bard,
Now this seems queer,
Is at bis beat
When full of beer.
Full many a man
Adorns his tale
Through frequent draughts
Of nut-brown ale.
here Ii no cbango In the infantllo paralysis
caio in Maysville.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rennlck of Avondale,
Ctoclnnatl, have returned borne after a week's
vlitt with Mrs. Rennlck'a parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Allison of "Sunny Dank."
MACHINE HAND f
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
you arc always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Keen Kutter Tools are tempered for lasting edges and once sharpened
stay sharp indefinitely. ...
For the home they are ideal, doinjj better work with less attention
than the ordinary navielesa kinds.
A LOT of FINE
Wanted From the C. & 0. By
David Gibson Struck
By Brakeman With
It pays to bo polite and courteous,
even on a railroad passenger train,
and it also pays a railroad company to
employ only cool-headed train oflicials
who can cope with travelers without
the frto use of revolvers and black
jacks, ' On the 23d of last December, Davfd
Gibson of Dover came to Maysviile,and
on his return horae on train No, 7,
some kind of an argument arose,
k' which ended ib a goodaized row, and
in tho mix-up it is claimed that the
train brakeman, iu "remonstrating"
with lbs crowd, struck Gibson on tho
(head with a blackjack,
The Affair reached tho courtB, where
iGhocolate Covered Mint Patties!
These are hand-made candies and are its good ns can be
Si&yJijeatly pHcked in attractive paper cartons.
rieiuiniy luvims. -iry
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports Bhowtho Bteady
output of coal during tlio last lew
years has made tlio dealers push for
wider markets, Wo nro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
i" Whon needing dental work call on Cartmel
When four Tools
! is but the work of a minute to sharpen a
chisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Kutter Grindstone.
Made of very carefully selected Bcrca grit
mounted on an extra braced tubular frame that
never sways or "wabbles." Hall bearings
and double tread make it run as easy as a
bicycle. With this grindstone and an outtit oi
'Gibson waa indicted and is now under
$500 bond to answer for assaulting the
Yesterday Gibson filed suit against
the G. & O., claiming that said brake
man struck him on the head with a
blackjack, as aforesaid, causing him
the loss of at least $100 in wages and
injuring him to such an extent that
$!lf000 damages is demanded,
Allan D, Cole is plaintiff's attorney,
AGED MAN KILLED
Thomas Flora, Afleil 75, Has Loqs
Cut OH By Train and Dies
Thorn aa Flora, aced 75 yeari, a realdent of
IFIeeaant Valley, loat bla life yesterday nt
Uyert' Station while walking on the track.
11a failed to hear the train, local freight, which
rnn htm down, cutting off both lea below tho
blpr. He lived only a few hour.
Tho aged victim waa tba father of Ura.
Jaaea Frederick of this city, who with bar bus
band left thla morning to attend bis funeral to
occur at Sharpaburg tomorrow.
Ilia wife and alx children aurvWf.
25 pounds SUGAR $1.50
CREAMERY BUTTER, per pound - - - 30c
STAR, CANS, per dozen 35c
MASON JARS, Quarts, per dozen - - - 60c
MASON JARS, Pints, per dozen - - - 50c
Peaches, Apples, Cantaloupes, Water Melons All Fresh Daily
From Our Own Farm
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
The best thnt can bo had. Co mo and inspect our Block
purpose, wo win savo you money, a trial and you will
bo convinced. Our stock is complete and your order filled
in haste. In tho heart of the citv.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets 'Phone 519.
Agents for Doering Machinery. Maysville, liy.
A. A. MoIiAUGIIIjlN.
Saturday. September 7ih, 1912. at 10 o'clock
8. m.,tbe brick honse formerly Mrs. John
Hall'a residence; one email cottage and all out
buildings and fencing. At tho same time and
place Mrs. Hall's iiplendld driving and saddle
horse and a good buggy and set of, harness
will ba eold.
Home Warehouse Co.
To Wilson Hospital Made in
Will of the Late John
Under the will of the late John Mc
IIvainey of this city, dated Juno 20th,
1912, Mr. It. K. Hocllich is made ex
ccutor without bond and without in
Following brquests are made effect
ive after the death of his sieter, Cath
erine Mcilvainey, now nged 80.
The sum of $500 for the erection ol
a family monument in the Maysvillc
To a nephew, Hugh Canovan of Cin
To a cousin. Mrs. Kale ltobinson of
Toledo, O., $500.
To Miss Anna McCullough and Miss
Mary McCullough of this city, $500
To 8t, Patrick's Church, Maysville,
To Wilson Hospital, Maysvillc, $1,.
To MiBB Kate l'eters, for caring for
his sister, $1,100; to be paid at once.
To MIbs Johanna Delantcy, $100,
Executor to buy two $100 Panama
Canal II per cent, bonds, the interest
of which is to be expended in caring
for cemetery lot.
The residue of. his estate, after debts
and bequests are paid, is-to go to Wil
son Hospital, with the request that if
there ia enough money, to establish n
free ward for the free treatment of chil
dren whose parents or friends nro not
able to pay (or their treatment; the
Trustees of said Hospital to be the
sole judges as to who may receive such
James Childs and Frank S, Newell
are witnesses to the will.
Tho Executor, it. K. lloellich, is to
make sale and transfer of any property
should it be required for the support
of his aged and surviving sister,
Catherine, now helpless.
Mr. lloellich was also appointed
Trustee and guardian of tho estate of
the said Catherine McIIvainey and
gave bond in the sum of $7,000, He
also gave $5,000 bond to administer
the estato of John McIIvainey,
Tho appraisers of tho estate of
Catheritio McIIvainey aro George Bar
bour, James Childs and Charles F.
Tho joint estates ol brother and sie
ter approximate $20,000 in valiic, so
mac Wilson nospnsi may receipt -"-,'
eral thpusand' dollars ,dri.'flj
and tell us your requirements. It will lie n pleasure for
us to explain the quality and suggent tho bent for your
POWER & DAULT0N
Mr. Louirl 'apa of Cincinnati and Mr. and
Utt.l. C. Cnbliub. Sr., of this city, arrived
here yesterday from tho bedalde of 11 r. ohn
Cablish of Charleston, W. Va. Tbey bring
back the nows thnt ho Is no better, suffering
from old oro.
NOTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS
Tomorrow, Thursday, afternoon at
l::0o'clock, natural gas will beturncd
off in Maysville fur about two (2)
Consumers arc cautioned to be care
ful that all gas burners, pilot lights,
water heaters and other appliances are
kept turned off during this time and
until it is ascertained by them that
tho gas pressure is on again.
Mavsvim.k Gas Co,
I'.y Horaci' J. Cochran, President;
At Half Price and Less.
The lowering of prices is caused by the fact that the
cocsot covers have been soiled by handling to the ex
tent that we would not call them perfectly fresh. Their
quality, their value to you is not changed only they
must make just one more trip to the laundry than the
other corset covers in stock which are specklessly white
and bear regular prices. Hut laundering costs nothing
in comparison to what you save.
15c 25c 49c 98c
Value 35c Value 69c Value $1 Value $2
Now Is the lime to buy your winter
ooal. Seo Dry den, Limestone street.
Frank G. Janowllz, formerrly joint agent
of the h. & N. nod P. & O. at Maysville, died
last Sunday at bis homo la Hdo Parjc, Cincinnati,
Three times we had to duplicate on these
pretty dresses made of ginghams, percales and galatea
cloth, sizes 3 to 18 years.
50c to $6
No wonder the wise ladies are buying them by
the dozen. We have the exclusive sale of these
dresses fcr Maysville. Sbmenew styles have just arrived.
GENERALLY FAIR TODAY AND
Mrs. Thomas Alllaon la visiting her daughter,
Uu. Edwin JI. Rennlck of Avondalt, Cincinnati,
This morning the stork visited tbo borne of
Prof. Earl C Chase In Commerce street and
left a very floo little boy. Tho Professor and
family only recontly bocamo residents of our
city, coming .here from Indiana, and as the
little stronger Is going to bo a "Mayavllle
Man" ho will no doubt mako a noise in the
To practice true economy
bought in quantities that enable
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$1.76. lhese Suits are absolutely pure wool, tho newest colorings and
Our Trunk and Dag Hue is at its best. If in quest of either, see
During the past week wo
made to sell at $1 and $1.25. We put them on salo Wednesday at 70c a pair. All sizes. ,- '
For the next ten days ONE-THIRD OFF the regular prico on tho remaining stock of our LIGHT and
MEDIUM WEIGHT SUITS. Blacks and blues excepted; --.
D. HECHINGER & CO. "Irt,tt. a and
Mr. C. B. Shelton, tho Third street confec
tioner, attended Ringing Brothers' circus nt
Tho Ladles Aid Society of the First Baptist
Church will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock
with Mr?. Ira Newell.
Mr. J. Harry RIohardson left yesterday, ac
companied by Rev. E. R. Orerloy, Rev. W. II.
Davenport and District Superintended J. G.
Dover, for Oarbourvlllo to attend the Ktiitucky
Conference of the M. H. Church, which con
venes In that city today for a four-day session.
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Twenty-Six Wods Fifty-Ono
Yesterday in the County Clerk's office, bis
Honor, Judge Rico, spoke the words that welded
unto one, Mr. Cleveland Lacy, aged 20, of
Portsmouth, O., and Mrs. Sarah Delia Vaughn,
aged 61 of the couoty of Fleming.
Both high contracting parties said tbey had
each been married once before.
arWANTED-Hoy to learn tho jewelry
bualooes. Walab, tbo Jeweler, Market atreot.
Hero nro n Tow ol'our most popular ur finds:
10c Freeman's, Woodnldo Violet and Valloy Violet.
15o Colgate's. Williams', Graves'. Wllberfs Carnation, Lotua',
Meadow Violet, Cashmere Honauot and Colgate's Dnotylls.
20o Wllbcrt's Violet, largo.
2Bo Wilnort'H Violet In pound chub, lllvcrU', Tolinon & John
son's Nurwcry Vlotot, extra largo; I'almor's. Colgate's, Mound Violet,
Hobson'H Antl-Skcctor and WHuort'fl Queen Quality.
M. F. WiLLIAMS &
SOON BE LOOKING
buy tho best. We have made special provision in Boys' Bchool Suits. Wo
us to sell $-1 qualities for $3, $5 qualities for $3.70 and $G qualities for
closed out tho remaining stock of a Kahki
Colonel John Eitel (the UarkfHanna of Ma
son county politic?) was in Loxlngton yester
day attending tbo State gathering of County
Jailers. Aa RIngllng's big circus was also In
Lexington yestorday, the Colonel no doubt had
the time of his life looking at the animals et
see especially et see.
Lower Prices on
The pretty white lace veils so popular for sailor hats
present tho lure of very low prices. These attractive
veils are a welcome addition to a hat when the. sun has
wrought havoc with ribbons and flowers.
Former Price 75c $1 $1.25 $1.75
Reduced Price 50c 69c 75c $1
Several kiuds but not many of a sort. Both collars
and jabots. White and colors. Some washable jabots
at less than half price because their freshness has beon
sacrificed to use in display. Remarkablo values for ioc,
15c and 25c. A handsome new line of collar and cuff
sets at 25c and 50c.
SrSmoko Masonlan and La Toaca, 5 cents
Mrs. Keefer Miller and son, Edward Hays,
left yesterday morning for a visit to Cincin
nati. Tbey were accompanied by her slater,
Miss Merlca Davis of that city, who has boeo
Better Shoes at
the Same Price
The hesr shop factories in the world are the
"QUEEN QUALITY" for Ladies and "REGAL"
Every year compels these factories to add new
additions to their immense plants in order that they"
may supply their regular trade with their shoes. $
Factories that make good shoes are bound to grov.
The New Fall Styles Are Her
Successful Rovival at Ploasant
Rev, J. M. Haymore Is at home and wilt hold
his usual prayer meeting service at tbo First
Baptist Cburch tomorrow night.
At the revival just closed at the Pleasant
Ridge Church la Owon county, Rev. Haymore
had 19 additions and a most successful meot-log.
'Big Drugstoro With
tho Littlo Price."
excellently made and trimmed.
Pants manufacturer. They V
Uiss Norma Thompson of Cincinnati, after a
visit with Miss Mildred Rains of Rlvervlew,
roturned home Monday afternoon with her
uncle and nunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown,
who came up In their handsome automobile
after her, spending part of the day with the
RED LETTER DAY
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