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FIRST OF THE SEASON
Opposite Bull Moose Headquarters.
DINGER & FREUND
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MAYSVILLE, ICY., WWIDAY, OCTOBER It, 1012.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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The autumn leaves are falling,
A-falliog alt the while
Bat aviators seem to liavo
The leaves skinned a mile.
. First Presbytorian Church
Services prepiratory to the Communion
$V (next Sabbath) will be held tonight at 7
o'cloev. It Is desired that all the members
is'lhe Church attend, and any others In
terested In the matter of their standing with
NEW. YORK WON THIRD GAME
Boston, Mass , October 10th The
New York Nationals overcamo the
'BoBton Americans today by a score ot
.2 to 1 in the third game of the world's
baseball championship series. Each
club has now won a victory, tho second
game having ended in a tie. Nearly
35,000 people witnessed tho pitcher's
Innings - It. H. E.
New York 01001000 0-2 7 1
Boston. ...'.....000000001 1 7 0
is) a in ted!
young adi for Office Assistant
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
In the Market For a
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What Von 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 sngging,
; direct pressure in i oar of disc;
tnis arm woric periecuy in any lanu suuaDie ior suwmg 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 the
names of a score of satisfied users. One feature of our drill
that puts it in a class by itsolf and makes it superior to all
pother drills on the market is
won t nnd the disc shoe on any
; 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
rwheat to "the acre nfter this drill than any other with the same
amount oLgrain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten in a Full Stock of
Pine Baling Wire
-'-'. Sherman Taylor of Mayaville and Ida Bella
yrtV Hafer ot Aberdeen were married at George-
MRS. CHARLES P. WEAVER
Hoteil Louisville Woman to
. dress Woman's Club In
Mrs. Charles P. Weaver of Louisville, ex
President of the State. Federation ot Women'a
Clnbi, will address the Mason Connty Woman's
dab tomorrow, Saturday, afternoon at 2
o'clock at the dab rooms.
Mrs. Wearer la an excellent speaker and
has done crest work among the rural schools
f ..!.... I . ar . L
, ui mo luuuamius ui Remuciy,
After tbe speaking there will be an Inform-
1 reception to this distinguished woman who
3'fa both handsome and talented.
A(t0 Xerk Cream
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ot coal during tho last tew
years has made the dealers push tor
wider markets, Vo nro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a Rreater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ot debt uuless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
ffWAll Hint (or lor piiMlmtlon niu.l le
tuuidcU In befbro O o'rlorlc iu pi.
In Mammouth Cavo
All expenses for dry fall trip $1215 on
morning train October lGtb. Seo L. & N
a feature we claim will make
the ''Peoria Disc Shoe." You
otner press arm on eartn, tno
Tbe Transylvania was won at Loxlogton
yesterday by Uaden In 2.-05J.
Yesterday afternoon Dr. Boone Phill'ps waa
motorcycling his way np Second street and on
turnlog South Into Market he collided with
Basil, son of Captain James Dunn, and knock
od blra sprawling on tbe ground. Fortu
uately tbe lad waa not hart other than a
slight bruise. The accident was rather un
avoidable aa a street csr was rounding Into
Second street, thus objtruetiog the Doctor's
Yesterday afternoon two business men be
came involved in a heated argument In Market
atreet over a debt one owed the otbr. Tbe
controversy genorated Into a gun play and
knock down, In which, the would be gun-uier
waa at tbe receiving end of tbo Hoe, besides
being disarmed by his plucky antagonist, who
turned the weapon over to the o'fBcara of the
Heinz' s Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz' s Celery Soup,
Heinz's Tomato Soup, ' , .
, FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
The Quality Grocer. T ( fARI ISH
Masonic Temple Bldtj. J V- VrVsLJlAOA A
For Repairing Your Roof
. Got our Poplar Shingle, price 3 per thousand, or our Cyprus Shlnglr, prion 13 2i nor
lliouitinrt. If you Hunt u Compoiltlon ronf wo hnve the cclus vu nisenoy tor the Nil
tlonnl Iiulilier nnd the Nntloiinl Sand Surlacu. l'rlro per aiitinre for tho RulibT. t-ply
(1.10. 2-i)1y (1.45, 3ply (1.75; Uio Stnl Surface, I ply f 1 35. 2 ply (MS, 3-ply Jl.0.
This la the best composition root we havo seen on thu nmrket.
rriD t3T AMIMO AAIT T VrrT3V we"kU l'H lt nmtorlnl that can hn had.
rUK.rLAINirSU MILL WUKK. Wheuyou nra next in thu market call niul
lnsptot our stock and jou will tcaro your order. '
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets, 'Phone 519
Atjents for Deorintj Machinory. Maysvillc, Ky.
A. A. MoTiAUOHMN.
Read tho Star Clothing Co.'s adv. In today's
Ledgeii.' Wonderful eacriflc&fnlp.
For sale A lot of empty boxes and whisky
barrels in good condition.
CllENOWKTIl'S DltUO STORb.
TliofuneralofW.il. Davla yesterday was
undor tho uutplcea of tbo Ilks, of which orJer
he was a honored member, nnd was largely at
tended by relatives and friend.'. Interment
In Maysvillo Ometorv.
Mr. P. W. Wheeler reeelvod n lotter thin
morning from his nephew, Mr. Carl L. Wheeler
of Lexington, relative to tho condition cf his
father, Mr. Charles Whoeler, who waa Injured
In an auto crash Monday. An excerpt from
tho Doctor' letter Bays: "While his .Injuries
are quite painful, I don't think will result per
manently, although it is a little early yot to
tell the full extent of h'a Injuries.
Assistant Pastor of St. Patrick's
Rev. Father P. U. Jonca, l'astor of St. Tat
rick'a Catholic Church of this city is to havo
an'isaUtanl pssto'r, Rev; Father Joseph Dwlre
of Drookaville, Ky., who will begin bis new
dalles here today.
Father Jones has beon so energetlc'and un
tiring in tbe pariah work in Maysvillo that his
health was weakening under tbo strain nnd
bis new assistant will relievo him and also add
greatly to tho aolution of all active Church
GUN CLUB SHOOT
Walter Green Won Beaufiful Silver
Aa advortlsed tbo Maysvillo Gun Club hold
their big shoot on the locol grounds yesterday
afternoon. It was an ideal day for it and
there were fully one hundred people present
to witness the Bhooting.
Tho first five events woro for twenty birds
and the following nro the scores:'
Helkes 89 out of 100.
Irwin GO out of 80.
5qulre Gl qut of 80.
Trimble 72 out of 80.
Holidoy 81 out of 100.
Ward GO out of GO.
J. C. C. Browning 11 out of -10.
Riley 5G out of 100.
Simpson G9 out of 100.
Dea 80 out of 100.
IhlI-94 out of 100.
Roulden 20 out of -10.
Watson 8 out of -10.
M. Kirk 42 oct of 80.
...Wilson ltfoutof 20.
Keith 721)at of 100.
Grayblll 2 out of 20.
Green 8 1 out nf 100.
Finn 4 out of 20.
E. T-, Kirk 35 out of GO.
Stona 11 out of 40.
P. Parker 27 of GO.
Rees 2G out of 40.
Tbosa marked are professionals.
Tbe beautiful trophy which baa been on ex
hibition in the BecblngefClothing store window
was won by Ur. Walter Green of Manchester, O.
formerly of this city. Tho score in tho event
of twenty.flvo birds waa aa follows:
Riley, 1G yard handicap 14.
Simpson, 18 yard handicap 18.
Doa, 19 yard handicap -18.
Ball, 21 yard handicap 22,
E. T. Kirk, 1G yard handicap 13. .
M. Kirk, 1G yard handicap 1C.
Green, 19 yard handicap 22.
Keith, 17 yard handicap 17.
Roes,' 1G yard handicap 17.
Parker, 1G yard handicap 10.
Tbe shoot resulted In a tie in both 'first and
second place; a shoot off) waa required which
resulted aa follow:
For First Place
Ball, 21 yard handicap 18.
Green, 19 yard handicap 22.
For Seoond Place
Simpson, 18 yard handicap 1G.
Dea, 19 yard handicap 12.
Belkes shot at 12 pairs, broke 13.
Bolllday ibot at 12 pairs,' broke 10.
Ward ibot at 12 pairs, broke 12.
, BelkM was high professional for tho day
wfthfiO Out of 100. ind Hill trai hluh nmslnnr
Ij. X. 11KIMN.
P0VER & DAULT0N
KAIN TODAY OR TONIGHT;
SATURDAY MUUII COOLER.
Mr. and Mrs. Chirloa Rhomiller of tho Man -hattau
Ko-Uuurer.t, nro homo after n four
weokn auto tourirg trip visiting relatives in
B. P. 0. "Elks, Notico
Members of Maysvillo Lodge No. 701, B. P.
0. Kiksi, are rt'cus'cil to moot at the I'.IIib
Homo at 1:30 o'clock thLt afternoon (Friday)
to attend tho fuacrjl of nur Into llrothor, Dr.
II. K. AJnnmn, which will bo conducted
undor tho ritualistic cervices of our Order.
HF.NP.Y K. Pogit., Exalted Ruler.
A. G. bu'ser, Secretary.
IAN EVENT IN At 50c Heavier and more closely knitted vests
and drawers of fine Maco cotton. Union Suits and
T T I DDCT T AC Tights at same price.
! lJ IVR JTfr ylfo At 75c Finer qualities in vests, drawers, unions
j and tights. All garments carefully fashioned and fin-
I Another lot ol $i Umbrellas lor men and women. isneu. ... ,
' The last shipment went in double-quick time. This is ,At $i Silk-and-cotton two piece suits. Silk-and-
a consolation lot for those who were disappointed. wool two piece suits. Fine Maco cotton unions.
t Better be quick this time Higher grades in vests, drawers and unions up to
1 1 : ; 2 j.
Women's Underwear and Hosiery
Each succeeding autumn we sell more cotton un- GarillGlltS fOl Everybody
derwear in heavier weights than the season before.
1 Assortment in styles, qualities and weights "- jo-.. .. j . i e
all absohitely reliable-has kepJ pace with demand.0 This , . 0ur ats nd Su,ts are.noft ,mdeIfsK for the favor'
I year the stock is particularly ample. clT ,(jw-. They ffer grf and stylo to tho woman not
j J J u so slender as she used to be.
TTmriii7n a n Designers have clearly succeeded in emphasizing
UNDKIlVVJAR the "line" not the "curve" in those attractive coats and
suits for stout women. The 'strongest line wo havo
At 25c -Vests and drawers in ribbed cotton, well ever carried in odd sizes. No matter what your figure
- made aud finished. we can fit you.
1353 P3IXJ3Srrr'93 1913
The walnut and hickory nut eoason is on in
full blast and the small boy Is In his glory.
Mr. Charloy Vicroy and assistant are paint.
Ing and nudihoring 5,000 tobacco baskets for
tho Homo Warehouso Co., and It is somo job,
Friday We Will Put On Sale One Lot of Genuine
Willow Ostrich Plumes
Direct from our Philadelphia factory. Not a plume in this lot
that is not worth $10.'
As. this is the greatest value ever offered in this town we
would advise you to come early Friday morning.
ZMEJhJJr&Z IE33R.OS- I 1
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Z, Violet Locke, aged 7. of Commeroe street,
while romping at the Fifth Ward School
Building yesterday morning, fell nnd broke
IIopkinsville, Ky .October 10th. C.S.Jar
rett, of this city, claims to havo discovered a
process for curing tho heavy dark tobacco of
Western Kentucky bo that it makes a flno
filler as mild nnd fragrant as the Havana.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Having leased for n term ot yoars tho New
St. Charles Hotel at Maysvillo, I now open it
to the public. This hotel is nicely arranged
for the convenience and comfort of Its guests;
stoam heated throughout, with cloan rooms
and bed.), nnd the tab!o will bo'suppllod at all
times with the best that the market and my
farm afford.', and served in a manner to tickle
tho most fastidious epicure. All guests will
treatod with true Kentucky hospitality that
will roako you feel at home. Come and aee.
E. S. Montgomery, Proprietor.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
In now ready for your inspection. AM wo deairo to say in this "Ad."
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7.50 to
an excellent lino of Suits. Pure
B young man an elegant line of Suits,
English nnd Norfolk models, $18 to
uur uoilego liranu uiothes are tue acme oi tnc nignest arc prouuctions 4--.ou to $zo
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Bovn School SuitH at big reduction."
T TTTflnTXTWCLTPTy oT rC Maysville's Leading
JL JLJL J-AKSJLJ. A. A.
G. A. Roebm sold all his goods Saturday
and will soon move to Maysville. Ha Las been
a good cit.r.sn and will bo greatly mlmd from
tho neighborhood in which ho lived. We
wish him tho best of luck in bis now home.
George P-oss of Bracken county, who had
been an inmato of tho Lexington hospital for
tho Insane for twenty ynars, died Thursday,
The public scnools nt Concord, which bava
boen closed the past four weeks ou account
of diphtheria, have reopened.
For Sale Second-hand maple flooring, good
as new; also 3-inch plno and some heavy
timbers. Call on John A. Thomas at Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
Horsey Wallingford, typhoid patient, was re-'
moved in Coughlin & Co.'s ambulance yester
day morning from his homo In Toliesboro to
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo nro packing nit our staple drugs In scaled boxen, which ns
mires you n strictly purn nnd fresh product. Kpsom Baits, Itochcllo
Salts, Alum, urmcrlu, Cloves, Atspicc, Cream Tartar, I'eppor, Doric
Acid nnd many inoro too nnmcrotts to mention nro packed In scaled
cans. Tlioy never leak and show tip Uno I" your itvcdlolno cheat.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
Worsted. Blue Serges included, $12 to $15.
comprising tho newest colorings and
J JJL.) UU Wt
piT-Smoko Masonlan and La Tosca,6centa
Times Star, Covington itom: "Mrs. Frank
Townley lirown of Chicago, who has beeo
stopping at the Sinton, with Ulss Carolyn
Ball of Scott street as her guest, has gone to
Maysvillo for a short stay."
50Now is tbe time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Colonel L. T. Anderson of Poiot-au.Vlew
Stock Farm, left yesterday morning for Kan
sas City on a business nnd ploaaure trip com
&"When noeding dental work call on Cartmel '
For sale Fancy veranda, apply to E.
Rodon, head of Wall and Third streets.
Mrs. Honnle Otto of West Front atreet, who
sustained a painful Injury to her right limb
several weeks ago, Is now ablo to get about
ber homo without the aid of a crutcb.
"Ola Drugstore With
tlio Littlo Pric
is, wo havo providei
$10. For tho move
For the young
fabrics made in
Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Qaigley are moving Into
and will occupy a flat in tho J. Q. Orr real-
dence In Ksat Third street.
Ulss ueiie bmltn left Wednesday aitenrofin
for a visit with her Bister, Urs. Georgo An
drews, at Georgetown, 0.
Cost you nothing, but
brlntryo" louof btautl
GLOBE STAMP GO.
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and would stay UU
English, Semi- nN
Clothing and LHj
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