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Tba bnnny la a funny basal,
Pe-cti-llar. to say tba toast;
- llliar are pink and very tall,
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he bull moose ia a funny beast,
As-ton-leh-lng, to say the least;
For though he's of enormoua size,
Ye find that he Is mostly is.
The elephant' a funny chunk;
tWtOlUl. Ij kt. loll anIIXklti klj Irnnlr
li'-No one can be tfSlfe certtin, or
.Which way the beast Is beaded for.
; Houtton Pott.
' Tfco camel Is a funny beast,
In-scru-ta'ble, to say tba least;
V For though he does not care for pelf,
He gets a hump upon himself.
The kangaroo' a funny beast,
1 Ke-mtrk-a-ble, to any the least,
Althoug he hasn't any bump,
lie's nearly always on the jump. -
The gnu'a a very funny boast,
11 oat lg-no-rant,-to say the least;
For though bis name we always knew
Thb gnu ne'er knew he was a gnu.
," . Louitville Pott.
' The donkey Is a funny beast,
A dam-phool dook, to say the least;
Although his eara are just Immense,
The ding-fool asa, ho has no rente.
' Public Ledger.
-Mr. and lira. Fred Thomas, having sold
yhejr handsome East Had property, will taku
opTtbelr residence In the Uothodlef Parsonage
Jin Wall street.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a large stock to select from and the prices
are within your reach. Itemembur wn carry all kinds
ot lumber and a bin slocl: ol rubber i.nd asphalt
V UNION STKKET.
In the Market For a
? "Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
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xi ua:i pc:iiui.u wuiiniujlJ uislo, iiiiii wiiu viudl piuui num-u
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, Htasr,gnrd
ispoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in tear of .disc; a feature we claim will make
. this drill work perfectly in any
' and where other drills cannot
oi drill convenient to lever ts also furnished. Drop in and let
us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with the
names of a score ol satisfied users. One featuro ol our drill
that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all
other drills on the market is the ''Peoria Disc Shoe." You
won't find the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, tho
Peoria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
hang on to it, If you want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre after this drill than any other with the same
" amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoo Drill."
rVe, Have Just Gotten
Fine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Mr. Emmitt Wilson haa resigned his place
with Standard Oil plant In the West God and
will engage In other buiness.
D. Hechinrjor & Co.
Our Tailoring department Is now ready for
Our wooleua are exclusive In fabrics and
Our cutter, Mr. Gottlieb, needs no lurlbar
Introduction. His akill Is proven.
, If yon have not ytt worn a suit designed by
hlin ask those that are wearing them.
"Every suit cut, tried on and made by
akilled tailors In our shop."
For the next ten days Sulti $25 up.
D. Hf.chingkr & Co,
OLIVES OF ALL KINDS!
yy Prices rant'o Irom 10c a bottlo up, Our Olive trado ie one ot our
' 'hobbfes. Come in and let ub abow you the biggest, best lot you ever enw.
Hmtez Pur CUmr Vltttaa:
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Govern mont reports showtho atcady
output ot coal during tbo last tew
years has made the dealers push tor
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a creator valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
B" When needing dental work call on Cartmel
Rev. Father Jones has beon HI for several
The funeral of Ur. John Cabllsh yesterday
afternoon was largely attended by relatives
Suodiy's Cincinnati Enquirer: "Mrs. Daail
Duke ot Eist Wahut Hills, Is one of the few
hostfaeoa who Is not deterred from entertain
log even in the heated term. Mrs. Duke will
give a luncheon tomorrow at the Buflness
Meii's Ciub In honor ot Miss Frances Iteno, the
hriilo elect of Mr. Howard Harbour of Elyria,
fif,l ..Mfl, rl.,0 .-...rl Mllrl
land suitable for sowing grain
be operated. A seat in center
in a Full Stock of
Dr. J. L. Wylie and son, Dr. Frank Wylio
were not badly injured la an anto accident at
Itipley Friday, lioth escaped serious Injury.
Born, yesterday morning, to the wlfo of
Edward Lalley of the county, a fine aon. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stewart nre wjoiciog
over the airival Saturday night of a fine daugh
ter at their borne In Foreat avonuo.
MAYSVILLE, KY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912.
1 GROCERY DELIVERY WAGON
1 RUBBER TIRE BUGGY
1 STEEL TIRE BUGGY
At a bargain. Come on and see how cheap I will
sell all three of them.
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
The best that can bo had, Come and inspect our stock
and tell us your requirements. It will be a plcasuro for
us to explain the quality and Buggest the bent for your
purpose. Wo will save you money, A trial und you will
be convinced. Our stock is complete and your order filled
iu haete. In the heart of the citv.
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Arjonts for Doering Machinery. Maysville, Hy.
a. a. Mclaughlin. Ij. n. uku an.
FAIU AND UOOLEK TODAY AND
TOMORROW; WARMER LATE IN
Mr. Allan Farnsworth of Scranton, Miss.,
has returned to Maysville, where he will enter
High School aod will mnko his home with hla
grandparents, Judge and Mr?. John L. White
ker, In East Third elroet.
Mr. D. C. Fee of Covington, ona of the big
men In the Standard Oil concern, waa the
guest of local agent, II. C. Curran Friday,
inopecting tho Maysville plant of the company.
II) found everything connected with tba busi
ness hero In first-class shape, the trado growing
steadily and tbo outlook better than ever.
EARLE WHEAT'S FINE
The Her. Clayton Eirlo Wheat, Rector of
the Episcopal Church at Griffin, Ga., dolivorod
an eloquent sermon at the Church of the
Nativity yesterdiy morning, taking for bis
subject, "Tho Layman In tbo Church." He
remarks concerned the personnel of the Twelve
Apostles of Christ, tboir characteristics and
their vocations. He threw n new light on
these men and their Uvea a 9 relative to the
gospel of Cbristanity and drew as a living
lesson, Inspiration from their personalities and
Individualities as connected with Christ, his
Church, early and modern evangelism and the
great good that has sprung, and will come from
the laymen for religion and civio righteous
ness. It waa good to bear Rev. Wheat' discourse,
aa he struck a new and higher theme for
chnrcb workers, I. e.: that a real Christian's
life is judged only by his unselfish endeavor
and his work for the church and the aid and
good he does for the uplift of men and women;
the betterment of social conditions, the spread
of learning and civio rlghtoousoess, beauty,
art and right llvlog. The atraigbt-laced.bide-bound
automatic officials of the church are as
clogs to Christian progress. The churches
after all depend upon the laymen as tho real
workers who know and do the things com
manded by Christ to be done.
ASHLAND NOVEMBER 15-16
Time and Place For Ninth District
Educational Association Many
Notables to Attend
W. L. Jayno of Catlettshurg, President of
tbe Ninth District Educational Association,
called a meeting of the Executlvo Committee,
which met In tbo ofllce of Couoty Superintend
ent Jossle O. Yancey in Usyavllle SatorJay.
Those present: W. L. Jayne of Catletts
hurg, T. A. Hordrlck, Superintendent of City
Schools, Cyntbiana; Sanford Williams, Super
intendent of Augusta Schools; Jay O'Danlels,
Louisa, Superintendent of Lawrenco County
Schools; Ulta Llda E. Gardner, County Super
intendent of Nicholas, and Misa Yancey.
The district meeting will be held at Ashland
November ICth and 10th. The program will
be one ot the finest ever presented to a like
gathering In Kentucky. Among tbo notablo
speakers out of tbo atato expected are Super
intendent Staffer, who baa served aa State
Superintendent of Schools of Pennsylvania for
the past twenty years; Superintendent Stawkey
of West Virginia, who baa brought that state
before tbe states educationally.
This assembly met In Carlisle last November
and Maion county carriod o(T the honor of
btvlng the largest delegation present. No
doubt tbe aame honor will, be awarded thb
After dinner Saturday at the Central Ilottl the
party autoad to Wayillok to impact the con.
lolidatad tobool building,
POWER & DAULTON
Mrs. Fanny Reevep, formerly of thla city,
Is very ill at the home of ber daughter, Mrs.
Katie Luman, In Newport.
Mr. and Mr. John (iirvia have taken up
their residence In their recent purchase of a
pretty cottage in l.'ait Second street, opposlto
tho car barn.
U - .
Ur. Terry Lawronco, ai:ed 34, and Uiia
Louise Fester, agod 25, Firming couoty, were
married in the County Chrk'e office Saturday,
Judge W. II. R'cn officl'itinr.
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If you are looking for hairpins so perfe&ly fin
ished their smooth polished surface cannot pull the
finest hair nor hurt the most tender head you will be
delighted with the pretty square top, three inch long
shell pins we sell for 25c a dozen. Carefully packed
in a neat box. Hairpins not only for convenience
and comfort but pretty enough to also be classed
ornamental. Amber and tortoise.
Steel hairpins are also finding much favor with
careful dressers. 10c a package.
Pretty new Barrettes have just arrived. 25c, 50c.
The new Forward Combs are 10c and 25c.
,&rNow la tbe time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Llrneatnne atreet.
There was a One and gentle rain yesterday
morning, which came In time to do late crops
and pastures abundance of good, Evorythlng
on tho farm couldn't be in better ahnpe,
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Saturday night after 9 o'clock, Colonel
Thomas U. Pussell'e "Cadillac 30" auto made
a clean awoep of empty vehicles which stood
In front of his roaldenco lo Third street.
Thero was qulto a commotion for a few
minutes, aa tho collision mado a nolse'liko a
miniature railroad smash up.
Ur. Russell eald he could got no roiief from
the city officials from the nuisance of empty
buggies and vehicles standing on the street in
front of his proporty, hence he took the law
into his own hand.
After the Incident quito a heated argument
.'ollowed between Mr. Russell and Colonel
Thomsa L. Jamea of the James Livery Stable
aa to the rights of vehicles on the street, and
another collision nearly resulted.
Whether tbo mattor will reach the courts
will bo decided today.
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In now ready for your inspection. All we desire to say in this "Ad." ia, we have provided for the needs
ol the multitude. Spleudid Wearing Suits for the economical, 7.50 to $10. For tho more lavish dresser,
an excellent lino of Suits, i'uro Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
young man nn elegant line ol Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are tho acme of tho highest art productions $22.50 to $28.50.
Stetsou, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try ou an Eaglo Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Boyq School Suits at big reduction. "
D. HECHINGER & CO. Hay8Vi,l0'ss!:Baat1,cl0,h,nq
Flew Do Coop
The Maysville Nest of Owls ia no more,
having passed out of existence last week by a
vcta ot tho members remaining in the nest
and by special privilego of the Home Nest at
South Dend, Iod.
,&Smoke Maaonlan and La Toeca, 5 cents
Misa Gertrude Haugh left this morning to
take up ber duties as teacher of tho old
Beesley school on Tuckahoe, ono of tbe moat
picturesque locations and desirable ecbools In
"Mother, what shall I wear to school today?"
embarrass you. Put in a good supply of those
Pretty, Stylish T
and Fitting 11
Which we are showing. "Exclusive styles in sizes 3 to 18 years.
0T5Oc TO $G.OO!$
Over 400 Dresses in stock now and more are coming. Compare pur
styles and material and of course our prices.
Cider Vinegar !
And the very best of SPICES for pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Co.'s Goods Saturday.
DINGER & FREUND
The sale bills ot Edward Morgan and James
Morgan, deceased, wore produced in Court,
filed and ordered recorded.
POUND BAR PURE.
Armour's Extra High Quality g Panics
Toilet Soap, While They Last : : :C2 LrClllb
ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND
Fine Farm Sold
Saturday C. C. Hopper and Deputy Sheriff
John Clark bought tho Andrew T. Fox farm,
containing 175 acres, one of tho finest farms
In the Mayslick Precinct; consideration, $138
is the Key not
Of our New Suits. Hardly two alike. The new
system of odd sizing assures a good fit. Special pro
vision made this season for stout women. Don't
delay until the rush begins. Seledt your suit now.
Assortments are complete. The variety is delight
ful, the styles are irresistable. Prices are marked at
the closest margin and
One Price Prevails
Don't ask us to juggle prices for we must re
fuse. One Price to Everybody is the only Just and
Honest Way for you and us.
County Clerk Jamea J. Owena up to Satur
day, September 14tb, bas Issued 1C2 hunters'
licenses In Mason county.
Misa Frances Barbour leaves on tba after
noon train for Blairaville. Pa., to resumo hor
duties at Blalrevlllo College.
TiiV ir w rP n t
Eloction of Officors
There was a meeting of the stockholder
of the Growors' Warehouse Company thla
morning at 10 o'clock for the purpose of elect
log officers. Tbo building of the warehouse
will bo bogun at once and will occupy a site
on the L. T. Gaebko ground, corner of Poplar
and Front streets, Fifth Ward. It will bo
one of the largest and most complete loose
loaf tobacco vvirehonjp.i in the city.
"Big Drugstore With
the Littlo Price."
Mrs. P. W. Wheeler of Weat Second street,
while somewhat improved, still 'continues very
lion. Stanley F. Reed has been chosen by
tbe State Democratic Executive Committee
as Chairman for Mason county.
For Good Goods and)
bioua stamps rairomze
MERZ BROS., Drygoods.
C. CALHOUN, Groceries.
SCU ATZ 11 ANN'S China Store.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
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