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DINGER & FREUND
LEADING RETAILERS,
MARKET STREET.
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MAYSVILIiE, KY., fUJESDAY, OCTOBER L5, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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A HEAR OIP.I..
"My love for you (a more," he a aid,
"Than boy tongue could utter;
In fact, I may with candor say
i v You're worth your welgnt In butter."
"I love you, little ono," ho said
"'"Yea, love you like the dickens;
To me you are more dear, by far,
Than e'on a coop of chickens."
rNow la the lime to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Llmestono street.
Turtle aoup tonight at 7 o'clock.
Frank Dtel's saloo.v.
(Advertisement)
J
Mr. and Mrs. Hall Strode of Est Second
street are home from a most delightful trip to
Washington City, New York, Niagara Falls,
Caffada and other points of Interest. Whllo
In New York they were fortunate In meeting
Dr. Magnus T. Hopper and Dr. W. F. Honan,
ex-Mayavillians, both of whom oxtonded cour
tesies In showing them over the city. Thoy
also witnessed the great navil display on the
Hudson river.
Wanted!
young Aadif For Office Assistant
OHIO RIVER
UNION STKIT.T.
In the Market For a
WHEAT
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
j. It has perfect working discs, fitted with dust proof chilled
1? bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, stasjgard
. i spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
'4c. s. bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
J direct pressure in tear of disc; a feature we claim will make
this drill wors perlectly in any lanu suitaDie ior sowing gram
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 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 alter this drill than any other with the same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten in a Full Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
Mike Brown
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
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ews of
Bhe Courts
rOUCE COUUT.
la Police Court yesterday afternoon tho
following lines were assessed
Mamie Green, gambling, $25.50. '
Wheeler Lewis, Rsrabliap, $25.50.
Jess Holton, gambling, $25.50.
Oinry Qarry, stealing a ride on a train,
$1060.
i Ed. Throckmeyer, stealing a tide on a train,
15.50.
John Burger, stealing a riJo on a. train,
$15X0.
. count v coimi.
A paper bearing date of September 12. b,
1912, and purporting to be tho last will and
testament of Louis Hotze, deceased, was pro
duced In County Court yesterday filed and
proren by the testimony of J. M. Collins and
Ethel Owens and admitted to probate. Anna
L. Uolzs, named in the will by decedent as
Execntrlz, qualified as each without surety as
reqeested in will.
OLIVES OF ALL
Prices range from lOo a bottle
lobbies, Come in and let us show you
Hminx rurm
LPhon 43..
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the sternly
output o( coal during the Inst few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We arc going to get
more 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.
PHONE Hit.
When needlngdento) work call onCnrtmol
fg&Sgrj
LUMBER CO.,
nkau second.
Mr. James H. Hall Is here from Huntington,
W. Vs.. visiting bis family.
Urs. 1'. W. Wheeler of West Second street,
who Is convalescing from a protracted nnd
serious Illness, was oble to come down stairs
and eat her dinner In tho family dining-room
yesterday.
SENATOR BRADLEY
To Speak at Georgetown, 0.,
Tomorrow Afternoon
Senator William O. Bradley ol Ken
tucky will speak for tho Republican
ticket at Georgetown, Ohio, tomorrow,
Wednesday, afternoon,
Any one desiring to go from Mays
villo to hear tho Senator can go down
on tho accommodation, returning
home bn the 8:15 train,
As Georgetown is a Democratic
town tho Senator will firo somo hot
shot into the Wilson-Roosevelt ranks.
KINDS!
up. Our Olive trade is ono of our
the biggest, beat lot you over buw,
UMer Vinegar i "-
rnicni jut.
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DRILL
Price on NEW GOODS
Red Salmon 15c
Pink Salmon 10c
Asparagus Tips 25c
One Pound Tall Can Asparagus Tips 15c
OxcfAfC Freah from Baltimore for Thursday, Friday
Vy otCl o and Saturday this week.
The Quality Grocer. T f PART TQU
Masonic Temple Bldg. J v VAuLlun
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our I'oplar Slilncle, price 3 per Uioiuiuid, or our Oj press SMiirIc, ptloo 125 ppr
thoujnml It you wimt it Composition root lnvvu tlio oelm,u ngtincy for the
Unnnl Itublier and tliu National Sand Surtaci l'rlre per nqniiri) for the Itnhhvr, 1 ply
tl.lU. 2 ply II 15, 3 )1 11.75; tlm Sund Surfiice. I ly ft 'Ji. 2 ply II (5, 3 ply 1 vs.
This Is the best composition roof wo lmvci seen on tliu iimrket.
for planing mill work vrJrHrrn,rrl,n.!u,,1,nsar;;'ch;..,;l,;!!i
Inspect our stock mid jou will lenvu your order
IncorporntPii
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 5 H 9.
Arjonts for Deering Machinery. Maysvilte, My.
A. A. MofjArllIjIN. X,. N. VM .V.
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
"ai.tmioui.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIR TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Dr W C. Tatton, Maysville'a colored pbyot
cian, now attends to his practice In hi own
auto.
Bull Moosor Orates
jtet night at tho Coort-boujo a big crowd
was out to hear Hon. II. F. Anton of Little
Rock, Ark., a pi I J ppoiker, who orated for
Roosevelt, ilowni introduced by Attorney
A D. Halo and 'tisvsaid ha male a strong
tilk. Thero were oboutSO colored toon in tho
.tudionc?, but Auten never oren recognixsd
them by saying a word in behalf of tho colorod
ote.
ROOSEVELT SHOT
Crazy Crank Fires Bullet
Into Breast of Ex
President Manuscript in Pocket Proba
bly Saved Life of the
Strenuous One
Unfortunate Denouement of Bull
Moose Campaign Occurs
at Milwaukee
MiLWAUKiu;, Wis., Octotier 11th.
Col. Theodore Uoosevelt was Bhot nnd
slightly wounded tonight by John
Schrank ol Now York as be was leav
ing the Kilpntrick Hotel in an auto
mobile for the Auditorium to make a
speech. Tho wound was superficial
and the Colonel ueut on to the hall
aud began his speech niter ho had
seen bis assailant atrested and taken
to the police station.
Henry 8. Cochcm seized the man
and held him until policemen came
up, A mob Btirged around the pris
oner, who apparently is mentally up
set on the subject of Uoosevelt run
ning for another term' as President,
The man, who is small of stature, ad
mitted firing the shot and said that
"any man looking for a third term
ought to be shot."
Iu notes found in tho man's pocket
at the police station wcrn statements
that the mau had been visited in a
dream by the spirit of William Mc
Kinley, who had said, indicating Col.
Uoosevelt, "this is my murderer,
avenge my death."
In Bpito of tho entreaties of physi
cians, Col.ltonsevolt insistid upon de
livering his address.
"I will mako this spec:h or die,
ono or tho other." ho said.
Col, Hooscvelt's life probably was
saved by a manusciipt ot the speech
which ho delivered tonight. The bul
let struck tho manuscript, which re
tarded its forco as it passed through
into tho .flesh.. HU assailant was pre
vented from firing n Becond shot by
Albert E'.' Martin, one of
"HWOjKcretariefl,
Col. Jtoose
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POVER & DAULTON
CIGAR CO,
MAKERS-
MAYSVlliLn,
noun"
KY
The racing of thn frame work for tho new
Homo Tobacco VV(.rhouao began this morning.
Stroft CoromMoner Hen Smith has fioishod
tho concrete wilk abnto tho now steps in
Pirest uveru'. Now If Mayor Lea will give
ns sohih litfhtn up from the L. &. N. Dipot to
tho ftepi wn cm nil faro better in the bad
weather thit'a comtui;.
The gago marks 1 0 and falling.
Uutincsa ery g n).
e
Greenhnd up tonight for I'omeroy
(Jrccnwool dovin for Cincinnati.
nnd
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omen s
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KrWs --"'u.tswt-4 i i i i i Hun1 h iii I ', m
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Unequaled we are told by many visitors in
variety and in smartness ot fabrics and cut. Beauti
ful vveaves of boucle, zibeline, chinchilla, tweed,
cheviot and double faced cloth.
$0.98 to $25.
Children's Coats
Wise mothers will choose before cold weather
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Hnslgn Andes Halley Butlor, U.S. N., was
drowned in thi IIulso.i river Sundiy while re
turning with throe fellow officers to his post
on the bdttleMiipUboJo Inland In tho line of
tbo Atlantic Arouda at anchor there for
Presidential rtvitvw
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Third streot
M. E. Church will meet tomorrow, Wodnosday,
afternoon at 2:39 o'clock at the Church.
Hvery member urged to be proaont, mattors of
Importance will be discussed.
Mrs. W. F. Thomas, President.
Mrs. J. H. Uichardson, Secretary.
Ur. W. II. Irvine of North Carolina, who,
for throo years has so successfully supervised
the J, P. Taylor tobacco Interests In Kentucky,
camo down from Lexington for a weok-end
visit and was moat cordially welcomed by his
Maysvillo friends. This gentleman of die
tlngnishod presence and courtly manner was
a primo favorlto during his twelve months'
residonco bore.
Como and See Me
Having become solo owner of the William
Mitchell saloon, Itako this method of Inform
ing my friends and tho general public that I
am prepared to give them the best of sorvlco.
I handle only puro 1 quors, wine, boer and
cigars, Uivo mo a call.
eod Gnoitnu Fisciitkr
Advertisement
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OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
FALL STOCK
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desiro to say in this "Ad." is, we havo provided lor tho needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, 7.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
an excellent line of Suits, Pure Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the 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 Braud Clothes are tho acme of the highest art productions $22.50 to $2S.50.
Stetson, Knox aud Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will bo very popular.
"Bnvs School I Suits at hie reduction."
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D. HECHINGEE, & 00.
jatr... was- jJKgrvaif,,...,iw .ur ...
Exoneration Day
Judge W II. Rich has designated Thursday,
j October 31st to hear complaints In regard to
erronoous tax assessment. Thoso who havo
grievances to bo adjusted will call at the
County Ju'lco'rf office on above date.
Collection
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Second VI. E. Church, South
Second M. II. Church, South, Rev. J. W.
Simpson, text "Now Abideth Faith." First Cor.
13-13. Church well filled. Sermon excel
lent and was Tilled with helpful truths. Sing
log exceptionally good.
COATS
PaZTTlSTT
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; Queen Louise in her day couldn't $3.50 eSj K l
purchase footwear at any price Ew A y " 4
eaual in style and comfort to ? If . I
' what you can get here today in $5.00 yi J
'i this famous shoe named after her ywvi U 1
j MERZ BROS. CJ ;v
Excluslvo Agents Ws55 J
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Disciples Gathering
Louisville, Ky., October lltb. Plans wero
perfected today for the cnlortalnmont of del
egates to tho International convention of tho
Disciples of Christ, which beginB tomorrow.
An attendanco of between HO and -10,000 is
expected,' including delegates from Canada,
Australia, Honolulu, Africa, Thibet and
Japan.
ting tang O'ea
The vcrjf highest fratle of Guniioirrfer
on the market.
POtXn CASS .... OOe
HAIjF P01'S1 CANS . . AOe
OVAMtTEK rOVNI CAXS
M. F. WILLIAMS &
HEOHINGBR
"u
.p9Smoke Masoninn and La Tosoa, 5 cents
Yesterday Colonol and Mr a. U. W. Goodman
of West Third street celebrated their twenty
second marriage anniversary May they live
to boo many returns of the day, and tho choic
est blessings he their's unto the end.
breaks the wide selection now possible. Velvet, fur
cloth, cheviot, corduroy and chinchilla. Sizes 2 to
i 2 years.
Prices $2.50 to $12 50
Navy
Blue
We always keep
blue fabrics and have just
of some very good shades
eponge, serge and diagonal.
Our Special
inches wide is woven
r-t
Much better than any we
Spot proof and shrunk.
Galbroath Starts Dofonso
At Cincinnati, a motion to qua-ih tho indict
ment ngilnst K. B. Galbreath, former Presi
dent of the Second National Hank wai fll d In
thn United States District Court, late Saturday
by Attornoys Miller Outcalt and Dlnsmore and
Stobl.
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Letting Operators Go
Owing to the establishment of an aatomatio
signal systom on tho Cincinnati division of tho
C. & 0., the toner at Augusta has been
abandoned and but ono operator Is employed,
Instoad of three as heretofore. Tboro Is now
no telegraph oflico for regular railroad work
between Droshean and Bradford, a dlstanco
of twenty-three mll"8.
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"Bin Drufistoro Vmii
wo Little Prices
Bigrg
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Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
Shoo Shop.
and
Are You Lucky?
Tbo second drawing for parts of the $50
prize given away by tho Gom theater took
placo last evening. The lucky numbers
are
No. 09983 First prize.
No O0M9-Second prize.
Dress Fabrics
a wide variety of navy
received new shipments
in cheviot, whipcord,
$1 Serge
with a double
warp,
price.
know of at the
1912
Globe Stamps!
Cost you nothing, but
bring von lots of bnauti
fill RlftS.
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