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MUST RECEIVED
FIRST OF THE SEASON
Opposite Bull Moose Headquarters.
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The overcoat we wore last spring,
It was a roaty looking thing.
Dot now we drag It forth to view,
And lol It looks as good as new.
Mrs. P. H. King left yesterday afternoon
for Chicago to attend the marriage of her
niece, Miss Anna Donovan, to Mr. Kent, which
will take placo Wednesday, October 16th.
Miss Donovanjas hbeen a frequent visitor here
and has many friends and well wishers.
Louis Lincoln Hotzo
Mr. Louis L. Ilotze, a worthy and respected
citizen ot Mason county, dlod yesterday morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock at his home East of the
city after a several months' Illness, with can
cer of the liver, aged 48.
He was born In Uason connty and has ro
tided here continuously. lie woa twice mar
led, his first wife proceeding him to the grave
years ago. lie la survived by his widow and
" five children.
Fnneral tomorrow afternon at 2 o'clock
from his late home with services by Rev. Dr.
JobnBarbour,ol the First Presbyterian Church,
assisted by Rev. A. W. Keltz ot the Forest
Avenue U. E. Chnrcb. Interment in Maje
vllle Cemetery.
Wanted!
toung Aadtf for Office Assistant
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
JN!ON STKKBT,
1 In the Market For a
1VHEAT DRILL
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perfect working 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
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in ioar 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 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 on any other press drill on earth, the
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 tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoo Drill."
We Have Just Gotten
Fine Baling Wire
Mike Brown
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Judge W. H. Rice, Gordon Buiaer and Ur. J.
B. Durratt are In Lexington today attending
the fall races.
Hon. J. N. Keboe, President ot the Standard
Bank, Ii a bualneia visitor In Cincinnati today.
LINCOLN INSTITUTE
Opening Exercises Will Be Held
on October 16th; Program
is Arranged
-Lincoln Ioititnta of Kentucky la Shelby
pounty, opened Its doora for atudenta Octo-
Pbar 1st, and will dedicate Ita grounds and
,' Imlldloga to the work of Negro education
jnouucngaj, utvuuor iu.u, who appropriaie
eiercliei.
!.A general Invitation has bean extended and
a attractive program haa been prepared. A
"r number of noted ipeakeri will participate.
OLIVES OF ALL
Prices range from 10c a bottlo
hvfablM. Come in and let us show you
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Qovernrnont reports show tlio steady
output ol coal during tho last lew
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We aro 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.
IMIONF. 113.
Mrs. Lucretla Smith of Newark, N. J wis
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hen T. Smith of
Sixth street last week and Is cow visiting
relatives at Flemlngslurg. Years ago Mrs.
Smith was the accomplished and versatile
Flemlngeburg correspondent of Tho Maysville
Republican.
NKAlt BKOONI).
in a Pull Stock of
Mr. George Ficbtor haa bought a half Inter
est o William Mitchell' Market Street Saloon.
The change took place nt 9 o'clock tbia more
log.
FRANK B0ST0CK
Famous Trainer of Wild Animals
and Show Manager, Dies
in London
Frank C. HoatocV, the foromost of animal
tratnera, died at London.
Doatock, beaidoa tralnlog anlmala with great
eucceii, managed many animal shows In
various parte of the world. He exhibited at
Coney Island for many reaaoni. He had many
narrow cacipea from death, once being ao
badly torn by Rajah, hla noted Ilengal tlgor,
that It waa said ha could not recover.
He was the first trainer to perform tbo foat
of thrusting hla head Into a lion's moutb.
KINDS!
up, Our Olivo trade ia one ol our
the biggest, beit lot you brer saw.
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Something Good
Heinz's Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz' s Celery Soup,
Heinz's Tomato Soup.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
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For Repairing Your Roof
Get our PopUr Shingle, prlcos)3 pir tliouiaml, nr our Cypress Shingle, prion J3.25 per
tlioiiiitnil. If you wmit n Composition root wo linvn tlio exclusivn ngeocy fir the Nn
Clonal Ituhher and tho N:illoiml Stiuil Surface. Tries per tqu&ro for tin Itulilwr, l.tily
11.10. 2-ply tlM, 3 ply 1.7H: tho Suiiu" Surface, l-ly tl.tb. 2 ply JU5, 3-ply tl.VS.
This Is tlio best composition roof we huvo seen on tho mnrket. ,
FOR PLANING MILL WORK Vkn,,J?.0yi".e;ia,i'nr,hVVrgS? cTu 'iIi
Inspect our stock nnd you will louvo your onlor.
THE MASON LUMBER
Incorporated.
Cot. Limestone and Second
Aflonts for Deoring Machinery.
A. A. Mcr.UG.lI.IN,
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
Golden &m
'ii.oitiousi.y noon"
DR. PERRYMAN'S MEETING
Quite an incroasoJ audt.cra greeted Dr.
Ferryman at tbo First Ibptlat Church last
evening. He took, as wai stated yesterday,
"Jonah" for hla eubjoct, but in-toad of taking
tho Jonah of the Ilible story, ho took tho
Jonahs of Maysville. Tho porvico was very
Interesting from overy standpoint.
Mr. Iloyti Uuso rendered a solo, "Giro Your
lest to the Master," which waa very much en
joyed. This afternoon bo wi'I fpaak on "Goirg To
Krfypt for Horse," and this evening on "Fcur
of tho Wisest Things the I). bio Speaks Of."
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FISCAL COURT
Court met yoatcrdayin f pccial session, Judge
Y. II. Rice proaiding, and nil magislratoa
preaont except R. L. Turner, together with
County Attorney Thotnaa D. Slatotry.
On motion tho courtesy of tho Door waa ex
tended J. C. Hverett In the mattor of con
struction of Home Warehouse on county's
property, property which ia claimed by the
county, in Forest avenue.
County Attorney Thomas D. Slattery also
addreisod the'eourt relative to some matter.
Ordored that all matters in dispute belween
the County and Uomo Warehouse Company be
and the same la horebyloft in tho lnnds of tho
Turnpiko Advisory Hoard tind Suporibteodent
of Roada, C. L. Moore, with power to act.
On motion for the county to donnto half of
the cost of constructing a road from Forest
avenuo back to Mr. Thomas II. Grny'ti ro
handling tobacco plant in Dleterlcb, was
t, Tho vote resulting in 2 yoaa and G nays,
with one absent. Court adjourned to court
in course.
DR. H. K. ADAMSON
Prominent Maysville Physician
Expires at Lexington
Hospital
Onco Numbered Among Distinguish
ed Medics of the State
Dr. Hubbard Kavanaugb Adamson, a Mays,
villa physician of prominence nnd distinction,
passed away at the State Hospital at Lexing
ton yesterday afternoon whoro he bad been
for tho past year.
Ills remains will arrive here this afternoon
and will be taken to the homo of bis mother
In-law, Mrs. Lacy Keith In West Front street.
Funeral tomorrow at 2 o'clock, with services
by Iter. M. S. Clark, Pastor ot tho First M. H.
Cburcb, South, and under the auiplces of tbo
Elk.
Dr, II. K. Adimson wai born In Maysville
In 185-1 and was the son of tho lato Dr. M. F.
Adamson. Ho waa married to the late MhsAlico
Keith, daughter of Mrs. Lucy Kolth of this
city, and two children survive: Miss Elizabeth
Adamson of this city, and Mr. Keith Adamson
of Philadelphia.
Deceased wis a practicing physician lo this
city for over 25 years and was tiito popular
and sacceBsfal. He stood high among tbe
medial fratornlty and often spoke before
cllnlcj,and as n convivial character at ban
qnets and social gatherings, bo waa at bis
best.
Tasreare scores of friends who will drop o
silent tear over the grave of "Kav" Adamson.
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FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
C. CABLISH
Streets.
'Phone 519.
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POWER & OAULTON
CIQAR CO.
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MAYSVII.LB, K.Y.
WEATHER REPORT
SHOWKH3 AND COLDEK TO
DAY AN.D Fit! DA V.
Mr nnd Mrs. William Traxel, Messrs. George
Troxtl and Georgo Crowoll attonded the fune
ral of Mr. James Froman nt Ilentonville, Ohio,
yosterday.
D. P. 0. Elks, Notico
Members of May6ville Lodgo No. 704, II. P.
0. Klka, aro requested to moot at tbo Klka
Homo at 1 p. m. on Thursday, October lOtb,
to attend tho funerjl n( our lato Drother,
William II. Davia, which nil! be conducted
under tho ritualistic services of our Order.
Husky E. Toctrn, Exnlted Ruler.
A. 0. t-utaer, Secretary.
AN EVENT IN
Another lot of $i Umbrellas for mon and women.
The last shipment went in double-quick time. This is
a consolation lot fop those who were disappointed.
Better be quick this time.
Women's Underwear and Hosiery
Each succeeding autumn we sell more cotton un
derwear in heavier weights than the season before.
Assortment in styles, qualities and weights
alPabsolutely reliable has kept pace with demand. This
year the stuck is particularly ample.
UNDERWEAR
At 25c Vests and
mnde and finished.
1SS2
Mrs. Anna Dierley, mother of David DIerley
of this city, is seriously ill at her homo above
Aberdeen.
Mrs. King from the county, wbo was oper
ated on at Wilson Hospitul yesterday, is
getting along nicely thl.-t morning.
Friday We Will Put On Sale One tot of Genuine
Willow Ostrich Plumes
Direct from our Philadelphia factory. Not a plume in this lot
that is not worth $10.
Choice $4.98
As this is the greatest value ever offered in this town we
would advise you to come early Friday morning.
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"Gene" Smith Drownod
Ittpley Dee,
Eugeno Smith, n former engineer on the
Ripley ferry boat, was drowned one night last
week from a boat near Now Albany, Ind. He
was employod on tbo boat and waa missed
duiing tho night. His body was afterwards
recoverod. He was a cousin of Captain
Robert Corben of tbo Proctor Smiley.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Having leased for a term of years the New
St. Charles Hotel at Maysville, I now open It
to tbo public. This hotel is nicely arranged
for -tho convenience nnd comfort of Ita guests;
steam heated throughout, wlttr clean rooms
and bedj, and the tablo will bo supplied at all
times with the beet that the market and my
farm afford?, and served la a manner to tickle
the moat fastidious epicure. All guests will
treated with true Kentucky hospitality that
will make you feel at homo. Come and see.
E. S. Montgomery, Proprietor.
(Advertisement)
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
FALL STOCK
In now rc.idy for your inspection. All wo desiro to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for tho needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for tho economical, $7.50 to $10. For tho more lavish dresser,
an excellent line of Suits, I'uro Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the younjj and would stay
young man an elegant lino of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Bemi
English nnd Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are tho acme of tho highest art productions $22.50 to $28-50.
Stetson, Knox aud Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Brvx School 8uits at hie reduction."
HECHINGER & CO.
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QKdwanl Colllver nan found dead Monday lo
the edge of r-'lemlngebnrg.
On dit, that Mr. Pickett Cbunn, formerly of
this city, now of Krlo, Pa., will shortly wed a
beautiful and accomplished yonng lady of that
city.
UMBRELLAS
drawers in ribbed cotton, well
P3ITJ"3SrT
Mrs. J. W. Davis of West Fourth street is
spending several days with Mr. Jack Enochs at
Lswlsburg,
Mrs. D. Ivan Dyar of Hartwell, 0., has re
turned home, after a pleasant visit with Mrs.
James S. Redmond of West-Second stroet.
For Sale Second-hand maple flooring, good
as new; also 3-Inch pine and somo heavy
timbers. Call on John A. Thomas at Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
(Advertisement;
Charles Wadswortb, who has been bore the
guest of hla mother, loft for his home at
Blsbeo, Arizona, yostorday. Mr. Wadsworth
Is physical director at the Y. M. C. A. there.
Aahland Independent.
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo nro packing nil our slaplo ilrugfl In'Hcnlcil Iioxch. which ns
BitrcR you n strictly pure nnd l'rrsli product. Kpsom Halts, Itochcllo
Salts, Alum, urincrlo. Cloves, AUpicc, Cream Tartar, 1'cppcr, Boric
Acid nnd mnny more too ntunerouu to mention nro packed In scaled
cans. Tlioy never leak nnd show up linn In your imedlclno orient.
MC Uf II I I AUG fir Pffl "Big Drugstore With
r. wiLLmma g uua the liuib Priced
lD- XJESOKIISra-ER.
jZ-S-Smoke Masonlan and La Topca, 5 cents
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Means, who have been
visiting Mrs. ilonroe Walker in Lewis county
for the past four woeks, returned home yes
terday. Mr. Means Is very much Improved
by his visit.
At 50c Heavier and more closely knitted vests
and drawers of fine Maco cotton. Union Suits and
Tights at same price.
At 75c Finer qualities in vests, drawers, unions
and tights. All garments carefully fashioned and fin
ished. At 1 Silk-andcotton two piece suits. Silkand
wool two piece suits. Fine Maco cotton unions.
Higher grades in vests, drawers and unions up to
$2.
Garments for Everybody
Our Coats and Suits are not models for the favor
ed few. They offer grace and style to tho woman not
so slender as she used to be.
Designers have clearly succeeded in emphasizing
the "line"-not the "curve" in those attractive coats and
suits for stout women. The strongest line wo havo
ever carried in odd sizes. No matter what your figure
we can fit you.
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r'Now Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Miss Annie Hanley and Mr. Edward Slattery,
wbo were called hero on account of the death
and burial of Mr. James Slattery have re
turned to their homes.
PAT When nondlng dental work call on Cartmel
For sale Fancy veranda, apply to E. H
Rodeo, head of Wall and Third streets. tf
Advertisement
Sudden Death of Salosman.
News was recelvod in this city today an
nouncing tho sudden death ot Mr. J. W. Von
derhelde, a traveling salesman of Dateavlllo,
Ind., who has miny frlnds in thla city.
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Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
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Shoe Shop.
Fireman R. Newell Is enjoying a ten days
vacation and is taking life easy for a while.
Miss Julia Wythe, who has berif with Miss
Iieasie Wells's millinery store, is now omnloyed
In the millinery department of Mr. S. Strata'
New York store. vw
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Globe Stamps!
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lirlnir you lots ot beauti
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