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Opposite Bull Moose Headquarters.
DINGER & FREUND
f- WEEKLY RKPVRIT0AN-1MI.
MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
' A plamp little maiden was Myrt.
'" She was jolly and abo liked to flirt,
Bat when aha heard a joke
Sbe would strangle and choke
. For a laugh would have basted her skirt.
Funeral of Mrs. Thomas A. Davis
The funeral services over the remains of Uri.
Lavlna V. Davis, wife of Mr. Thomas A.DavIa,
ii; olll he held at tho home io West Second
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atroet at z o cicck p. m., tomorrow, tiev. m.
K B. Clark, Pastor of tho U. E. Chnrcb, South,
asalstod by Dr. W. P. Taylor of Covington, in
The Interment will follow In the Davis
family lot la the MaysvIIU Cemetery.
25,000 rolls of Wallpaper
MUST GO below cost. Come
in. You have never had such
a bargain before.
CRANE & SHAFER.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a large stock; to select Irom and the prices
are within your reach. Remember we carry all kinds
of lumber and a big stock o( rubber nnd asphalt
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
In the Market For a
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What Yon Want
It has perfect workiug discs, fitted with dust proof chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
-spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
barwith truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in loar of disc; a feature wo 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 of 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
f won't find the disc shoe on 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
wheat to the acre after this drill than any other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in
"New Peoria Disc bhoo Drill.
We Have Just Gotten
Pine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
I. 0. 0. F. Grand Lodge
The following delegates from DeKalb Lodge
No. 12, 1. 0. 0. P., will leave today forSomer.
let, Ky., to attend the Grsnd Lodge meeting
which convenes la that city tomorrow: Dis
trict Depnty Grand Uaater, John B. Orr, L.
II. Young, U. G. Bailey, Harvey Durrum and
8. R. Herover.
. Messrs J. C. Rains and V7. A. Downing go
m delegatoa from Ringgold Lodge.
BALL SEASON CLOSES
And Nrw York and Boston the
League Pennant Winners
Nr.W York, October Ctb. The thirty-eighth
normal campaign of the National Baseball
League and tba twelfth annual American
Liagoa season closed simultaneously today,
lib tho New York and Boston clnba tba re
iptctlre champions by the substantial margins
of 70 and 92 point over their closest compet
itors. OLIVES OF ALL
Price; rnca from 10c a bottle
HUDBtei. uon.s in ua je? us mow you
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ol coal during tho laBt few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
yon a greater valuo lor your money.
You will never get out of debt uulesB
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Fine preserving pears $1 per bushel. 'Phone
151. C. P. Deitkricii & Bro.
At the Bankera' Convention held In Louis
ville last week Hamlet C. Sharp, Cashier of
State National Bank, this city, wsa elected a
member of the Executive Commlttoo for a
period of three years.
and let us explain to you the.
in a Full Stock of
Couoty Court today and big crowd in town.
District Meeting of I. 0. R.
Town Full of Indians
Tbe Red Men's meeting at the Courthouse
Saturday attracted about two hundred War
riors and was prealdod over by Ur. Fred
Thomas of this city.
County Attorney Thomas D. Glattery deliv
ered tho welcome address In bis masterly
style, and Great Saobom Crowe responded la a
The business meeting was held at tho Wig
wam In Glaseock Building, corner of Second
and Sutton streets, where Adoption, Warriors
and Chief Degrees were conferred.
The assemblage was a fine body of mon,
whose deoorom during their their abort visit
here was most a
up. Our Oliyc trade -is ouo of our
trig piggeiif DC" 10t " e" saw.
LNk CONRAD. Ut the itUkoot i ,wiifchtr 6xt ' spring, ifl'imi it i sura " ',:", m IfTT'm ' r 1 v x "" ' " i ' '""'j ''"-' . " irwrTSTM3HtwmKtmm
Neinz's Cream of Pea Soup,
Meinz's Celery Soup,
Heinz's Tomato Soup.
The Quality Grocer. I
Masonic Temple Bldfl. J
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our l'opUr Shingle, price 13 per tliousnnd, or our Cypress Shingle, price $.1.25 per
thousand. It you want a tloinponltlon root we have tho exclusive agency for the Na
tional Rubber and the National Sand Surface. Price por square for Mm Ituhber, 1-nlv
11.10. 2-ply tU&, 3-ply 11.76; the Sand Surface, 1-ply 11.25. 2-ply $1.15, 3-ply If 1. 8,5.
This Is I no best composition root we havo seen on the market.
nrr ri a mim"" xfltv v wz-vtofc' wo lls" "''' '"!" material that can h had.
rOK PLANING MILL WOKK. When you aro next In the market cull and
lnspeot our stock and you will leave your order.
THE Mnsm LUMBER CO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 5119.
Agents for Doering Machinery. MaysviUe, Ky.
A. A. MoIiAUOIIIilN. Ii. N. HHf IAN.
Will someone please tell William Wbltten
that there la a registered letter In the Mays
vlllo, Ky., Postofilce for him. He lives within
twenty miles of Maysvil'e. From his friend,
Mary I. B. Monahan,
Elk City, Oklahoma.
At the Christian Church Yesterday
and 251 Attended Sunday-School
The Christian Sunday-school observed "Rally
Day" Sunday, tho G:b.
Tbe regular sorvlces of the school were
supplemented by a short special program nnd
the observance of "Decision Day."
Attendance, 251; offering, $11.69.
Of the eighteen classes twelvo bad a perfect
attendance, and five had all present but one.
Tho beginners' class, taught by Mr?. Bradner
had 5-1 present,
ARNOLD M KINNEY.
Mr. J. E. Arnold, aged 2-1, of Newport, nnd
Mrs. Lena McKinney, 31, of Gcrmantown,
wero married in this city Saturday at the resi
dence of tbe officiating minister, Rev. J. M.
Iiaymore, Pastor of the First Baptist Church.
youthful couru: WEDS
Saturday County Clerk J. J. Owens, by writ
ten consent of the parents of the contracting
parties, issued a marrlsgo license to C. L.
MedJox and Willie Orlge Purnell. Tbe youth
ful couplo were aged 18 and 17, respectively.
Tho ceremony was performed at tbe home of
the bride la Fleming county Saturday night.
KENTUCKY CHALLENGE CUP
Won By W. H, Hall of Maysvilla
at Latonia Gun Club
Sunday's Cincinnati Enquire v.
W. U. Hall placed Maysvlllo, Kentucky on
the trap shooters' map when be won the fourth
contest for tbe Kentucky State Cball6ngo Cup
yesterday, defeating T. H. Clay, Jr., of Paris,
Ky., tbe holder; K Hammerecbmldt of Latonia,
challenger, and II. H. Irwin. Ft. Thomas; II.
T. Strother, Winchester, and Captain G. W.
Dameron, Dellevue, who bad entered for the
Tbe race was betwoen Dameron and Ball
from the atart. In the first round tbe former
got a lead of one target, but Hall wont straight
In the second round and secured a lead of two
targets. The next two rounds mado no differ
ence In tbe standing of tho two leaderr, each
missing two targets. In the last event Hall
went straight, while Dameron dropped two
targets, thus glvlog the match and cup to Hall
with tbe score of 05 to 91.
'The cup was first shot for at tbe stato shoot
last spring, when T. II. Clay and J, D. Gsy
tied on 9C, the former winning the shoot-off
23 to 21. He was challenged by F. C. Dell, and
the match was Bbot on the Fayette Gun Club's
grounds, Lexington, resulting In a tie on 15,
Clay again proving tbe winner in tbo shoot-off,
breaking 24 to 22. Clay was challenged by
Charles D. Strother, the match belog slot on
tho Winchester dun Club' ground!, on3;. jClay
winning on scire of 07 to 96,
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FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
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POWER & 0AULT0N
FAIK TODAY, COOLER;
DAY THE SAME.
A valuablo oil well bus just boon drilled on
the land of Dr. S. R. Collier near Cannel City,
For sale Fancy veranda, apply to KH H.
Roden, head of Wall and Third streets. tf
Painters' Union Rccoives Charlor
Tho Painters' Union of Maysvllle which has
a largo membership, has received lis charter
and Is dow prepared to got trgother as an
The members will meet next Thursday even
ing to perfect its organization, elect officor,
Our Suits and Coats are not only tbe sum of "distinction in dress," but thoy are a synonym for service. Thanks
to their perfect tailoring and shape-retaining qualities, their makers can safely warrant every garment good for two
full seasons' wear.
The Comfort Shirt for Infants and Children
The double-brensted features of the garment affords extra protection where most desired. Nothing but the
finest wool is used in making the shirts but notwithstanding they are all wool if properly washed in warm not hot
water they will not shrink.
Made in coat effect with only two buttons. To summarize it is the only shirt that offers double protection to
chest nnd abdomen, it is the most comfortable, the easiest to pat on, always soft after washing, the shirt for infants
and children that will give you perfect satisfaction. Price 35c and 50c according to quality.
Their namo is legion. Chiffon satin, meteor, Charmeuse, messalino, Venice and so on through countless varia
tions of these glossy silks. Fashion holds satin in high favor, using it in a hundred ways to bring out its luster or
to contrast it with silks of sombre surface. Come in and let us show you how much satin beauty you can buy here
for 49c to Si yard.
An assassin who slew his olgbtb victim In
Tampa, Fla., Is believed to be a demented
The Kings Daughters ot tbe Episcopal
Church will meet at thoresldeoce of Mr. Omar
Dodaod this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
"Every Little Garment Has
a Fit All Its Own!"
The pretty little Children's Dresses
we are showing and selling are made for
style, fit and durability. Sizes range from
three years to seventeen years.
Prices, 50c to $7.
Made of percales, ginghams, galatea
cloth and wool serges.
Ladies' House Dresses
Some special values at $1.25.
ASA r"' m t-vt
The city of Galveston, Texas, plans to be
come tbo best llghtod municipality In the
For Sale Second-hand maple flooring, good
as new; also 3-Inch pine and some heavy
timbers. 'Call on John A. Thomas at Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
Accidont to Baby Girl
Helen, tbe four-months-old daughter of Mr.
and Mis. C. J. Uolman, who have rooms over
Mr. C. T. Rsmey's residence, corner of Third
and Limestone streets, was seriously injured
Sunday afternoon by a window sssh falling and
mashing her foot. Mrs. Uolman was holding
tbe child on the window sill when she was at
tracted by the noise of some children playing
In Llmejlone street, and accldently knocked
the stick down that was holding up tho window,
and, before she could get tho baby out of tho
way Its foot was caught by the heavy sash,
mashing Its foot In a terrible manner.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
In now ready for your inspection. AH wo dosiro to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for the needs
ot the multitude. 8plendid Wearing SuitB for the economical, $7.50 to $10. For tho more lavish dresser,
nn excellent lino of Suits, 1'uro Worsted, Blue 8erges included, $12 to $15. For tho young and would stay
young man an elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English and Norfolk: models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes aro tho acme of 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; they are very chic and will ho very popular.
"Bovh School Suits at big reduction."
D. HECHINGER & CO.
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Tho frost Is oo tbo pan'kln and tho robber
plant has on its balmoral. Cyntbiana Demo,
Mr. William 11 Davis of Eijt Second street,
is reported to be In a dying condition tbls
Satins of Quality
The will of Miss Mary 0. Pickett, deceased,
was probated In tho County Court Saturday.
As a result of recent campaigns five col
leges and universities of the Methodist Epis
copal Church have Increased
pfr"Stnoke Masonlan and La Tosca, G cents
AWondorful Milking Machine
One of tho most wonderful ploces of
machinery yet Invented Is being Instsllod at
the A. L. Glascock Dairy, near Maysvlllo.
This machine wl 1 milk 40 cows at onco. It
was Installed Tuesday and works to perfection,
It will be quite a labor saver. .
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wc aro packing alt our staple druRS In scaled boxes, which as
sures you a strictly purn and fresh product. Kpsoru Baits, Hoc hollo
Salts, Alum, urmcrio, Cloves, Altfplcc, Cream Tartar, Pepper, Borla
Acid and many moro too nnmcroun to mention aro packed in Healed
cans. They nover leak and allow up lino In your medicine cricst.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
Saturday night abont 12 o'clock a false
alarm from Box 53 sent the Kinney Mac on a
wild goose chase.
Mr. Thomas Blancbard remains io a serious
condition, tuberculosis of the bones now setting
la on his lower limbs.
49c to $1 Yard.
pifNow Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
The Rev. James M. Dixon, D. D.. President
of Margaret College, has accepted tho call to
the rectorship of St. John's Episcopal Church
Neat Tailored "Royal" Waists
In madras and linene, white and col
ored, slightly imperfect, $1.
They are all the rage. 25c, 50c.
"Hydegrade" Galatea Cloth
If you buy Aiis make you are safe.
Insist on seeing the name on the board."
Our Price, 15c Yard.
Why not buy the best?
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&&" When needing dental work call on Cartrael
Wo"bb C. Hays Married
Colonel Webb C. Hajes.sjn of the late Pret;
Ident Rutherford B. Hayes, was united In mar
riage to Mrs. Maiy Brinlierboff of Fremont,
Monday. They Immediately left for a- tour
through the East and will bo at home at
Splegal Grovo after November 1st.
"Big Drugstore With
the Little Priced
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
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Yesterday was an ideal October day and was
In the County Court c jrs. Robert
Downing, Edward Parker and John Qownintr
were appointed appraisers of the ei
Mary 0. Pickett, deceased.
Cost you uoth I nf, but
brlnir you lots of beautt
GLOBE STAMP CO.