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And the very best of SPICES (or pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Co.'s Goods Saturday.
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MAYSVILLE, KY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 11)12.
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"OLD KAINTUCK."
It la remarkable what fratbrnal relation ox-
lata among Kentuc.Sans, ojpoclally when thoy
meet to foreign states and away from homo,
and tbelr loyalty to each other has boon tho
occasalon for many kindly comments on the
part of the outside world, who marvel at the
brotherhood that oxtata among Kontucklans
wherover found. Tho following poem was
i written by Thomas II. Arnold, who was for-
' raorly on the atato press at Winchester end
i Mlddlesboro, and la now employod on the Chi-
) caso dally papers. Meeting a friend from the
(" Bluegrass state at Chicago, the hearty greeting
that followed Inspired tbe poem, which Mr.
Arnold on tbe spur of the moment indicted:
You're jaut from old Kaintuck?
Well, I'll be gol dornedsiay,
I'd rather live In that slate
The balance of my days
Than be the Czar of Itu3sla
With his riches and bis trock
Say, I wouldn't take bis kingdom
For one corner of old Ktiotuck.
I'd rather be a hopper.
Just lazin' In tbe corn
Oo an old Kalntucky hillside
Thau any King that's born.
I'd rather watch tho bluegrass
Nod It's dainty head and bow
Than see the slickest plctur'
In old Italy, I bwow.
It seems to me old natur,'
When she cut Kaiotukcy out,
Came pretty near a knowiti'
The tbe thing boo was about;
So she made another KJen
With the aweetfflt flowers that grow
And christened it Kalntucky
With a jag of mountain dew.
There ain't another corner
Of thla hemlapbero of ours
Where eld mother earth is kivered
With sueb dainty, perfumed fl werp,
Whar tbe teeter-birds and thrushes
Can ejaculate such notes
As they,cn in old Kalntucky
From their little f oathered throats.
And the womon, jampln' jjy birds,
In thegeW old bluegrass statu;
The Lord just made 'em perfect
And tben lost tbe fashion plate;
I wouldn't be without 'em
And I'll state hero by-tho-by,
When It comes my time to dip.
You can plant me in Kalntucky
Written for J. It. Wallace by Thomas II.
Arnold jabaifiJ steamer City of Alpena. Mr.
AroM- atthat time was with Tho Chicago
BBIWm) IfaillVMll pvr.
WmtiSsm ftMm
Record.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tbe steady
output ol coal during the last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider ninrketa, Wo nro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo lor your money.
You will never get-out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
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iff" When noading dental work call oo Cartmel
Circuit Court has adjournod until Thursday
morning.
MulilonbuTQ County Votes Dry
In the local option election beld In Muhlen.
burg county Saturday the dry won an over
whelming victory. The total vote oast was
3,835, of which the drys cast 3,011 and the
Wets otJy S-1, giving tho drya a majority of
2,187.
Mission Mooting Tomorrow
Tim regclar monthly meeting of tho Doard
of City Missions will be held at the Mission
rooms on Tuesday morning, Octobor 1st, at 10
uVlojl'. A full attendance is requested as
thero is much impnrtart business to be dis
cussed. Frost This fslorninrj
This miming there v.ij considerable frost.
The mercury was din to 30 degrees, only 4
above freiziug. It's a little early for Jack
Frost to begin his I iter cainptigr. However,
there U a couple of months ot fall weather
which Is the most beiutifulj noJ healthful of
the entiro year.
ANATTRACTIVE
FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a large stock to select from and tbe prices
are within your reach. Remember we carry all kinds
of lumber and a big slock ol rubber ami asphalt
roofing. :::::::::
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OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STKERT. NEAK SECOND.
In the Market For a
WHEAT
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perfect working discs, fitted with dust prool chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
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 loar 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
of 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 ol satisfied users. One featuro of our drill
that puts it in a class by itsolf 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 peoplo have that featuro 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 tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoo Drill." if
We Have Just Gotten in a Pull Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
Mike Brown
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Tba Intentory and appraisement ot the per.
,aonal estate of Martha Harris, decerned, waa
produced In County Court Saturday and or
'.Wed recorded.
Circuit Court Clerk Jamea B. Key received
official notice Saturday from tha Warden of
the Eddyrllle Penitentiary of the legal execu
tion of tho Smith brother.
OLIVES OF ALL HINDS!
(? Trices ranee from luc a bottle up, Our Olive trade la one of our
f'hobbieo, Gome in and let us show you the biggest, beat lot you ever saw.
Hmhtz Pute Cklar Vliwgar
Something Good
Helnz's Cream of Pea Soup,
Ueinz's Celery Soup,
' Neinz's Tomato Soup
FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
J. C. CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldrj.
For Repairing Your Roof
Oet our Poplar SlitnKle, price 13 per tliouianil, or our Cypress Slilnle, ptlno J3S1 per
tlioumml. If you wiint n Composition roof we have the exclustvo agency for tbe Na
tional Rubber and ttiu NutlpiiM Snort Surfaco. Price per square fur lli Kuliber, l-ply
(1.10. 2-ply tl.ib. 3 ply II.T&; thu Sand Surface, l-ply tib. 2 ply 81.(5, 3 ply 11.9.5.
This Is the best composition roof we bavo seuu on tbe market.
cz-vri or a MiMP iiii i vrtf wo usu the bt-st material that enn h had.
FOR PLANINLi MILL WORK. When you are next In thu market call nml
luipcot our stock unil you will leave your order.
THE AMS0JV LSJMBESE GO.
Incorporated.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Deoring Machinory. Maysvilte, Ky.
A. A. AIcIjVUGIILIN. Ij. N. IIIOIIAN.
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
(golden 6lor
"Ul.OlllUUSi.V UOUO"
POWER & OAULTON
CIQAR CO.
'MAKCHB
MAYSVILLK. KY.
Republicans, remember if
you do not register your party
affiliation Tuesday, tomorrow,
you cannot vote in the Pri
mary next year. Important
elections next year for all
the county offices.
Piacal Court meets tomorrow.
Mr. J. Harbour Ruasell
quite n eorloua lllnosa.
is out again after
."Exclusive styles In mlllinory now ready
for. your Inspection. Alao n beautiful line of
embroidery material. Anna H. King.
The protracted meeting at the Second M.
1). Cburcb, South, ill begin on the Second
Sunday In Octobor. l'reachlng by the I'astor
Kev. J. V. Slmpaon.
Mre. P. V. Wheeler, who has boen ilanRer
oualy ill for the past four weeks at hor home
In West Second street, la Improving and is
now able to sit up In bed for a short linn.
Mr. and Mr. It. L. Kimbrough much to the re
gret of their many friends io this city, left this
morning for their future homo in Cynthlana,
Ky., whero Mr. KImbrougb is buyer for the
J. P. Taylor Co. at that point.
Itiv. Father Coleman ot Lrooksvillo ar.d
Father DeBruIn ot Paris were herd yesterday
assiattng Rot. Father P. M. Jonoa in conduct
ing a forty hours devotional Forvice in tbe
St. Patrick Catholic Church of this city, which
began nt 10 o'clock.
"Undo Bob"
The Flro Committee has taken kindly to a
supgostion that the East End auto Are ma
chine, soon to be put Into commission, be named
"Uncle Dob," In honor of tbo late Robert FIcklin,
Sr., whose memory is revored by our olJer
citizens, and especially tbe felependent fire
companies, with which he' was so many years
idontifled. The Uncle Bob and Kinney Uac
would be fit companions, thus linking together
two names tbat were factors io tbe early bit
tory of tha Maysville Firo Department. By
all means let us hava tbo "Undo Bob," it
would be an honor roost worthily bestowed.
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WANTS $3,000
Attorney G. L. Boughner of Cov
ington, Sues C. & 0. For
Damages to Dover
Property
In tbo Circuit Court here on Saturday, G. F.
Boughner filed a suit against tho C. & 0. Rail
road Company for $3,000 damages.
lie alleges in his petition that bis residence
proporty In tho town of Dover, this connty,
iiaa been damaged to that extent by reason of
smoke, soot and uodue nolso of tbe trains,
which has rnado tbo house unlnhabitablo, and
by reason thereof he cannot rent his house.
WANTED
Throe Hundred to Attend the Sunday-School
Rally at tha
Christian Church
Next Sunday morning at 0:15 o'clock to on joy
the splendid servlcoa ot this school. Wt the
annual Rally Day; a contest betweon tho
men and boys, and tho womon and girls In
attendance.
A beautiful souvenir for all who are pres
ent. Anyono not In another Sunday-school will
be most cordially welcomed at this school.
Remember the time Sanday, October Gih,
at 0;1C a. m. nt the Christian Buoday-iobool,
William Evans foil otT a street car In Bridge
street Saturday night while en route to his
homo In the Kwt Em'. Ho was considerably
jarred by tbo fall, but roundod to la a short
time and was not hurt to any extent.
Surprised the Old Man
Yesterday evening about 8:110 o'clock,
Deputy Sherilf Milco llrono and party of
friends were out touring tho city ia tbo
Colonel's handsome now nu o. Everything
was lovely until returning on tba homo stretch,
and when opposite Hall's plow shop In the East
End, tbo drattod thing took a bucking spell
and tried to demtlisb Mis. Trlslrr'd residence
on the North side of the street. It was sev
eral minutes before tho Colonel curbed the
bucking propensities of the rantankeroua
thing. No particulur dttmago was done, however.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIll TODAY AND TUE8DAY.
Ono Hundred Car Loads
Preparatory to putting In concrete floors In
warehouses 2 and 3 at the American Tobacco
Company's plant In the East End, over two
thousand hogshoadsuf tobacco will be Bhipped
to Louisvillo this wook.
Potter Shoo Company, Cincinnati,
Ohio
Will exhibit a complete lino of the smartest
types of Fall and Winter Footwear at tbo
Central Hotel on Friday and Saturday morn
ing October lth and G'.b. Wo extend a most
cordial invitation to the poople of Maysvllle
and vicinity to call and Inspect same.
Edwin Franken in chargo.
Where You Register
Tomorrow is registration day, and the fol
lowing places are bootha whero yon register:
First Ward Gable Bros.' ccal office.
Second Ward Notional Pool Room.
Third Ward Fred Dresel's store.
Fourth Ward Hill Bros'. Electrlo shop.
Fifth Ward Oaebko'fl coal office.
Sixth Ward Dryden's coal office.
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Mr. E. D. Pollitt, aged 33, of MIddlesboro,
Ky., and Miss Mabel Anno, aged 21, of Man
chester, 0., wore married In this city Saturday.
T That Is T!
Excellent quality, fine drawing. Gunpowder
Chop Ten and Ying Yang Chop Tea.
Special price.
One Pound 90c, Half Pound 50c, Quarter Pound 25c.
"Big Orugstoro With
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tho Little Price
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OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
FALL STOCK
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for the needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7. CO to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
an excellent line of Suits, Pure Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the voting and would stay
young man an elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English untl Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are the acme ot the highest art productions $22,50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; thoy are very chic and will be very popular.
"Bovh School Suits at hie reduction."
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D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing
Shoe Shop.
and
Mrs. Beauchamp Re-elected
Mt Sterling, Ky, Septembor 23th Thi
business of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union closed this afternoon with the election
of officers. Mrs. Frances lieauchamp of Lex
ington was re elected President.
Fine Farm Sold
The Isaac F. Chanslor, farm containing 137
acres, ono of the finest farms in Bourbon
county, was sold Saturday at public section,
Mr. Ches. Keese being tbe purchaser at $149.50
per ncr .
Undo Sam Has New Sch"""
Dy ten years of continuous effort the "Gov
ernment could reduce its expenses nearly
$300,000,000, according to Dr. F. A. cfevo
land, Chairman of the Economic and Efficiency
Board
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Effective Touches on Dresses in
Revcrs, Collars, Belts, Sashes.
Some of the smart dresses oi serge, have attract
ive trimming effects produced by plaid silk. For
instance, a girdle of plaid sillc with a military sash used
on a dark blue sorgo 1ms a dark blue ground with
amber, red, green and white, brought out in the plaid.
In some instances these colors take tho lorm of Roman
stripes, but the Scotch plaid idea is the most popular
one.
We have a very attractive assortment of plaid
silks lor trimmings. Beautilul qualities at 75c yard
regular 1 qualities.
Messaline Petticoats.
This solt silk makes such pretty potticoats.
They add no bulk to the figure, which is an important
matter in this dny of straight lines. Various styles
PRICE, $2.50.
Because They Are
Different
Is the reason women like our Coats and Suits. And it
js the fit what makes these garments different the first
tryon proves at collar, shoulder, hips and front, where
other garments fail.
The lines will win you. The prices will satisfy
you. Come in.
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TffNow Is tbe linifl to buy your winter
oil. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. (I. Toy lft yesterday to
take up their realJoaca In Vincennes, lad. Mr.
and Mrs. Toy hare a host ot friends here who
regret tbelr going from our midst.
pVSmoke Masonlan and La Toscs, 5 cents
Mr. James Crooks of Owingsvllls, Is visiting
tbo family of hit nephew, Judge W.
II. Pice. Mr. Crooks is an old Confederate
soldier, and notwithstanding bis 77 years Is as
aotivo as a man of sixty.
There wero nine additions to the Forest
Avenue M. E. Church at yesterday morning's
service.
Mrs. J. Drown of Huntington, W. Vs., is
the guest of Mrs. William Chard of West Sec
ond street.
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Globe Stamps!
Cost you nothing, but
lirlni! you lota ot Unitl
ful gitti.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
Coats
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Suits !
One lady after looking over our immense stock of
Goats and Suits, wanted to kuow Mif we left any Coats
and Suits in New York." Nevor such a stock of Coats
and Suits shown in this town. The prettiest and best
values that money will buy. Yes, we are busy, but
why shouldn't we be with such a stock?
SUITS, $12.50 to $35.
COATS, $5 to $29.
(ytieefi $3-50
jmAlUlAX M.I
Shoe JfdMEv
We are the exclusive agents for the
famous Queen Quality Shoes.
We offer them to our trade because
we know they represent the very best in
women's footwear.
The shoes are renowned for their
style features, their wonderful fit and
famous flexibility.
Visit our shoe exhibit. A style for
every occasion. $3.50 to $5.
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