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And the very best ol SPICES (or pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Co.'s Goods Saturday.
DINGER & FREUD
MAYSVIILE, ICY., SATURDAY, SEPTEStJiEK 2S, 1012.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Keep this advice among your stock,
And try to make It stick;
If you're 01 steady as a clock
Yon never will need tick.
fl0a Jewelry at Hoefllch's Saturday night.
"Exclusive styles in millinery now roady
forVyour inspection. Mao a beautiful line of
embroidery material. ANNA B. Kino.
SHOT TEARS OFF JAW
Ln Itnnttlnnlnlllf fi lo oil T rn QO Qhnt.
Ull rtlibiuoiiiuiir iouiiuiM'yiiu-
nun Noar Augusta
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Tony Schwollzer, ngod about HO, son of
Michael Schweitzer, a farmer, near Augusta,
accidentally dischared a shotgun, which tore
bla lower jaw off.
He was taken to a hospital In Cincinnati.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
Wo haye large stock to select from and the prires
are within your reach. Jtememlier wi carry all kitidt
of lumber and a big slock ol rubber mid asphalt
roofing. : f :::::: :
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STREET, NKAU SECOND.
In the Market For a
.Then Our "New Peoria". Is What Yon Want
It Iras; perlect working discs, fitted with dust proof chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggnrd
spoke 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 land suitable for sowing grain
. and where other drills cannot be operated. A seat in center
oi drill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let
'us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with tho
names of a score of satisfied users. One feature of 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 ou any other press drill on earth, tho
Peoria peoplo have that feature cinched and they are going to
, hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow more
'aswheat to the acre after this drill than any other with the same
,: amount of grain sown, come in
New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
iWe Have Just Gotten
Fine Baling Wire
Rev "V Bann of the Central Presby
.jrlan Cuun'J, tbia city, will preach tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock In tbo Washington
Starting On the Road Early
Ernest Bass, aged M, Itaymond and Eirl
Nugent, aged 13 and 11 yoara respectively, of
Cincinnati, were picked up here Thursday
night by the Police and confined in the lock-up
"for safe keeping, tbo youthful hoboes bad
boat tbelr way on a C. and 0. freight car to
thii city. Bass ia an old hand at the busi
ness, having boen returned to bis borne from
hero once before by the County Judgo. Tbe
two Nugent lads were on their first trip out,
and were glad to get borne. Judge Klce, after
communicating with tbo Judge of tbe Juvenile
Court at Cincinnati, had tbe boyi placed on
the Courier and returned to the Queen City.
If they are caught here again they will be
sent to the Reform School.
The following taken from yesterday's Times-
Star la a sequel to the above.
'; Raymond, aged 13, and Bar) Nugent, aged
.. J.1, cromera, living ai uyu nan inira street,
' are among (be missing, and the police are
smirching for them. They left homo lait
ut'?ii-..i -i t... 1- - .l-
veuncuay anu wore iuii toeu crossing iub
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-f, Vrjceo rnrco frorn 106 a bottlo
fpliblwi Come in aoU let us allow you
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tlio steady
output o( coat during the last lew
years litis made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
yon buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
j&B"" When needing dental work call on Cartitel
and let us explain to you the
in a Full Stock of
Bought a Farm
Mr. E. L. Cabllsb has purchased a farm
containing ono hundrel acres, situated two
miles East of Hlgginspnrt, 0. lie alio sold
bis dwelllng-houso in Second Btreet, Sixth
Ward, to Mr. Christiana lloebm nf Uiggins.
Judge Wbitaker bad a strenuous time yester
day aftornoon aa the following long and varied
docket fully proves.
Andrew Alexander, Joe Jones, William
Johnson, Ernfeat Klein, Harry Fryer, 0en
and Loe Wolvery and Carry Grumer, charged
with stealing rides on C. and 0. freight cars,
were fined $1G.G0 eacb. .
Joe Jolly, Nat Gels and Will White, drunk,
Charles Robertson and Robert William),
shooting craps, $'25. CO each.
Tbe city .will begin llie construction of a
sewer fa Lee street between Second and Third
streets, next week, and tbe above Rang prop
erly bandied can about complete tho job.
up. Our Olfve tr4o is ouo of our
the biggest, beet lot you ever aav?.
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.GEISEL & CONRAD.
Heinz's Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz s Celery Soup,
' Heinz's Tomato Soup,
FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
The Quality Grocer. f rARITQM
Masonic Temple Bltlg. J v VrOiiOJnL
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Stititule, price IS per tlmuiuiirt, or fmr Cytiri-M Sliliifle. ptlra &t 35 tnr
tlmuinnd. If von waul n Coiupoiltlon ronf wn lmve the exclusive ngeucy tr the Nu
ttnnkl Rubber and th National Hnml Surface. Price per iiuurn for tlio ltulilwr, t-plv
Cl.tO, 2-lly fl.45. 3-ply 91.7ft; tli SU(I Surfnoe, 1-ply l.aft. S-ply 11.15, 3-ply U.V5.
This ts Ino licst uompoiltlon roof we lmve seen on tlio mnrket.
rrn ri a ivtfKt- xu ? -wrrms we use Hit Iwst nmterlivl that n hf hail.
FOR PLANINCj MILL WORK Whenynu nra next In tli-s innrket call nml
iulpcot our stock unit you will leave your order.
TOE mt&SSSR! LlimBEffl S3S
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets.
Arjents for Ooerinrj Machinory.
A. A. MoliAlTOIlTitN.
liita Elsie Dryden of Forest nvei.ue is qulto
ill with tonsilltls.
Added bargains for Saturday at UocflicbV.
Ribbon at 10c, worth 19c. See window.
A pure, palatable and healthful gelatine
Called MOIJ-0 because of the universal de
mand for MORE.
Regular price 10c.
Special for Saturday 8c.
TRAXKL & CO.
Mr. C. M. Sexton, aged 27, and second
marriage, and Miss Minnie S. Krye, Bged 20,
both of Lewis county, were married in the
County Clerk's office yesterday afternoon,
Judge W. 11. Rice performing the ceremony.
MRS MARY HILTON
Former Resident of Mnysvillo and
Mother of Mrs. J. Albert
Hill Dies in Palestine,
Nuas was received here yesterday of tho
death of Mrs. Mary Hilton, a resident of Mays.
villo up until lastspringwhen sho roadeher home
with hor son, Mr. Jasper Hilton of Palestine,
She lived a good Christian life and was
highly respected by all who knew hor. Sho
was approaching ber 77th year in life's strug
gle. She is survived by two sons and two
daughters, Jasper Hilton of Palestine, Texas,
Robert Evans of San Francisco, Cal., Mrs. J.
Albert Hill of this city and Mrs. Kmma Liod
horst of Cincinnati, 0 anil several grand
children. Tbe remains will arrive here this afternoon
on the C. it O.'s No. 2.
Funeral will take place at Seddons M. 'E
Cburcb, Forest avenue, Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Services by Rev. V. II. Davon
port. Iuterment In tho Maysviile Cemetery.
CITY SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Of Maysviile to Hold Convention
In October 6th at M. E.
Tho District Sunday-school Convention of
all the Sunday-schools of Maysviile will meet
Sunday, October Gtb at 2:39 p. m. at M. E.
' Invocation. '
House to House Visitation; plans; needs.
Graded Union Ides.
Sunday-school, a Ulble School.
One good thing accomplished by each school
during tbe past yoir.
Report made by dologate, one mlnato eacb.
Offering for Stato work.
Thla should bo one of tho largest meetlnga
held by our Sunday-school workers for 'there
Is a great notd of a united effort to build up
our Sunday.schoots. An opportunity will be
offered for tbe general dlscuieioa of these
4 J, W. IiftAPNcfi, District Prettdeot
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POWER &. OAULTON
WOMEN MUST REGISTER
If They Would Voto Fair Sox Must
Learn the Rules
For tbe first timo Iii tli3 h'.tory nf Msvs
vllle, women will register that they may vote
iii tho November schorl elections, and this
woek County Clerk Osens will complete ar
rangements for furnishing registration of.
ficers with all necessary paraphernal' to bo
prepared for the two days registration.
Special pink registration certificate; blanks
have been printod, which will hnvo ii' blanks
Tfor names of parties, as the women will be
entitlod to voto only for kcIiooI otficialn and
the candidates for the School lloird uro not
backed by any particular politico! part).
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IjtwHMTamrffiw'MtHiicaja3s mi WMSBtastmcx i 'iiwiwihi users
Effective Touches on Dresses in
Revers, Collars, Belts, Sashes.
Some of the smart dresses of. serge, have attract
ive trimming effects produced by plaid silk. For
instance, a girdle of plaid silk with a military sash used
on a dark blue serge hns a dark blue ground with
amber, red, green and white, brought out in the plaid.
In some instances these colors take tho form of Roman
stripes, but the Scotch plaid idea is the most popular
We have a very attractive assortment of plaid
silks for trimmings. Beautiful qualities at 75c yard
regulnr $1 qualities.
iNow Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Campbell, Lamaston & Willlami of Fleming
county bhlpped threo carloads of cattle from
this point yesterday over the L. and N. to the
New York market.
Our complete line is
now ready tor your in
spection. Suits, $12.50 to $35.
Coats, $5 to $29.
Dresses, .$5 to 25.
Over 400 Dresses from
which to make a selec
tion. 50c to $7.
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Heavy frosts predlctod for tho 8th of next
Remomber tbe marshmallow Bale today at
RobortBon county's 1012 crop of tobacco may
roach 3,000,000, possibly 3,500,1100 pounds.
Matinee p.nd N'nht.
LOVE-SICK MAIDENS OF
Featuring John llunny',
THE MILLER OF BURGUNDY
MR. ARK IN A NEW SONG BALLAD
Mutinies dally 3 to fi. I.mt show
promptly at 4 for school children.
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fit m Effism BtEai
Jn now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to any in this "Ad." is, we have provided for the needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7.C0 to $10. For tho moro lavish dresser,
an excellent lino ol Suits, 1'uro Worsted, Ulue Serges included, $12 to $1G. For the young and would Btay
young man an elegant line ot Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
.English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20. x
Our College Hraud Clothes are the nemo ol the highest art productions $22.50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colord.
Try on an Eaglo Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Hnv School Suits nt hie reduction."
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Mr. It. Ii. Itoulden of Puebl-), Col , is here
on a visit to his brother, LTr. John V. Iloulden.
Tbe former was Postmaster at Millersburg for
many years and has many relatives In Ken
tucky, lie will remain in the etat) far a
rH j BnfTBauaamKaasgmaaaa
p9Smoko Masonlan nnd La Tosca, G cents
Tbe Inventory and appraisement of the per
sonal cstato of John Mcllvainey, deceased,
amounting to $5,-I99.00 was producod in tbe
County Court yesterday, Hied and ordered re.
VERY SPECIAL !
Just 200 in this lot o
Fall "Royal" WAISTS
which we just received.
White Madras, Colored
Madras, White Linene,
etc., etc. High neck and
longsleeVes. Slightly im
perfect. Choice of lot,
$1. All sizes.
BLOUSES just received
Knights of Pythian to Hold Annual
Moetinrj at Louisvillo
The Grand Lodt;e of the Knights of Pythias
of Kentucky will hold Its annual meeting this
year In Louisville, October 1st, 2d and 3d,
Excellent quality, fine
Chop Tea and Ying
Onn Pound 90c, Half Pound
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OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1 91 2 AMD
Mr- nnd Mrs. Clarence Rennecamp rf Cin
cinnati came up this morning for n day's visit
with her grandfather, Colonel It. I). Lovel.
Mrs. Rennecamp Is pleasantly remembered
as Uiss Irraa Lovel, a Maysviile girl, and only
child of tbe late Mr. and Mrs. .lohn C. Lovel.
They will return to Cincinnati this afternoon.
This soft silk makes such pretty petticoats.
They add no bulk to the figure, which is an important
matter in this day of straight lines. Various styles.
Because They Are
Is tho'reason women like our Coats and Suits. And it
is the fit what makes these garments different the first
try-on proves at collar, shoulder, hips and front, where
other garments fail.
The lines will win you. The prices will satisfy
Court of Claims will convene Tuesday morn
ing. Havo your claims made out and filed
America Stevena naa tiled divorco proceed
ings in tho Mason Circuit Court against Wil
The new silks in beauti
ful colors, $1.75 yard.
LADIES1 HOUSE MESSES
$1 to $1.90.
The latest novelty in
knit hats for girls.
STAMPS lgi , X : '. M
LrlnRlnc to tho city several hundred visitors,
among them many high I'ythlans from other
States. This is the first conclave of this
order held in Louisville In seven years end
the Louisville knights nro maklnu oxtensive
arrangements for tho entertainment of the
Mrs. M. S. Clark left Wednesday to attend
ee W. C. T. IJ. Convention In session at Mt.
Yang Chop Tea.
50c, Quarter Pound 25c.
"Bin Drunstore With
tho Little Price."
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Maysville's Leading Clothing and
Cider Dodson begins a protracted meeting
at Sonriso Sunday evening, assisted by Elder
M. I'fanstieh v v
Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Carter of Grange City,
Fleming county, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Carter of Casto, street.
SATURDAY WILL BE
RED LETTER DAY.
$1 worth Stnmpa Free.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
We never in all our
history had such a line of
Shoes as we are now
showing Men's, Ladies,
$1 to $5 Pair.
Tans, -Blacks, Gun
Metal and Patent.
We can fit any foot be
cause we have the goods,
and we know how.
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