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OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE.
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IvtATSVILLE, ICY., MONDAY, OOTOBEI? 28, IJ)12.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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vTalk to him tenderly. Treat him with care.
Pack up his suit onto and band him hid fare.
Give bin a bonk full of speeches to quote.
Put la some flannel to bind up hla throat.
Ilrlng forth the liniment. Heal up tho twist
Voters trill leave In his hand-shaking wrist.
Listen politely, and don't let him aeo
You're wondering what your appoiotmont will
-Many aro watching hla march In the fray
Whn InnV fir nrlvnntnrrn If thtnira an Aa wnv.
De must toll and stand guard o'er your hopes
and your fears;
lAnd you think you've done well if you glvo him
IMrot'f Frit l'rett.
41r-lliki at thfeftem today.
Don't forget the Birthday Party at the City
"" Mission Rooms on October 2Gtb.
Tne funeral of Mr. D. Nolln Perrine took
place this morning at 10 o'clock from his lato
home in East Fourth street, with services by
Rtv. M. S. Clerk. Interment in Maysvill
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports showtbo steady
output of coal during tho last fow
years 1ms made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uulesB
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
pfr When noedlng dental work call on Car tmol
Are what makes a "city beautiful." A few dollars spent
for new doors and windows might make your home num
bered among the pretty places ol tho town. See us for
suggestions and prices.
OHIO RIVER LUMBEK CO.,
it- union STurr.T. ni:ak second.
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt-
bog-ktlling time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
Huntlrig Goats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamp?, and in fact anything
vou need. If we haven't what you vvant in stock," we
vwill take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to make our store your own. Come
,-in Buggy buyers-in-waiting, if you want some rare bar
gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money,
you can make the price. We would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
-L... THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
& "HARVEST HOME"
Beautiful Ceromonios Marked Cele
bration of Autumn "Service
at 1 bird Street
The members and friends of the Third
Street M. E. Church could not have asked for
more beaatlfal autumn day on which to have
Ubelr Harreat Home Service than wsb yestor-
daj; It was Ideal. EferythtDg worked to
'ether nicely to make the day the best of its
od ever observed by thla church. The dec-
tlooa, while not ao elaborate as on formor
;ailoo, were beautiful for their simplicity,
Vdemomtratlog the artlatlc taste of the conc
mlttee In charge. A new Idea was the acat.
,'terlne of leaves in the stales camlog one to
ffetl really ai If he were In a foreat In tho
targe crowds of worshipers were In attend
ance at all the aervlcei; the attondaoce at tho
Jeigne and evening services being tho largest
'rer at theae service?. The theme for tho
pastor's sermon In the evening was "The
FJtlds are Already White Unto the Harvest."
Ills sermon was very practical as well as help
ful. The solo sung by Mies Florence Fist was
on especially enjtyable feature of the service.
Harvest Home has become a fixed event
with tbU people and the people enter Into the
oplrlt of tne occasion with increasing Interest
as the years pass by.
The alarm of fire yesterday morning at 9:30
was cauied by a slight bUzi at the homa of
Rev. J. U. llijnnro in Kist Third street.
The Fire Dcartaaot was eojn on the scene
and the tnc;;:i::t bltzi extlogaUbed with tbu
cbemienl appsra'a'. Tba damage was ellght,
the biggest ou bl:ig the Parsoti's chicken
Mrs. Mary Tomlin
Mr. Mary Tomlin, wife of Ur. Alfred Tom
lln, died yesterday ureaing at S:30 o'clock at
her home In Aberdeen, 0 , agsd 43.
Mrf. Tomlin was born 6nd roared at Shac
non, nod ls'iYfn, buidei her bssbind and th.ee
children, seven brother: W. H. Cole, James
town. 0 ; U. C. Cjle, Carlisle. T. . Cole.Mays
rill?; Charles li, Clociauati; J. U. Colc.Uiue
Mck fc'p'lngnj Ben T. Cole, Murpbyivill?; A.
It. Cilo, Tulna, Olils.
Faoeral tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at
Shannon Church, with seivlces by Her. Peter
Walker. Interment In .Shannon Cemetery.
The Ladies Are Especially Invited to Come and Try
Silver-Slice V i IV L ;
A Cake that satisfies every one. Only 10c.
White, yellow and dark colors. Try one.
Just received, a fresh shipment.
Tho Quality Grocer. I f PAR! TQU
Masonic Temple Blilg. - UJuaDUOn
A Million of Tlieinl
Wo liavt Just rccclvpil two carloniln of Clear ltrl Ccdnr. Wo boutiVit
tlicru wlicn tho iirluo vnn low ami wo will hoII tticiu iir, tlio Ijowrnt Poaaililo
I'rico. Vonlno hnvn Cyprcqs mill l'oplnr HIiIiikIch mi it wo are ovrr-atockcil
nnil forced to sell. Itrlnjj your waon with yon. Wo K"ii'untro pi'icc, niiit
will inoro thnn meet competition. Conic In mid -Ht;o. And don't you lbrct
tliat now is tho timo to Kt Slilnplcs nt
the wmsm s.mmE$t ass.
Cor, Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 319.
Agents for Ooering Machinery. rtHaysvillc, lly.
A. A. MoIiAUGIUil.V. Tj.N. IlKIIAN.
BEST MADE .
POWER & DAULTON
Mr. and lire. Miko Walton of Mill Creek,
Mr. and Mrs. John Walton, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Lally, Mr. and Mr. William H. Grant,
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Tierney and Mre. Thomas
Maloao of this city left yesterday afternoon
for Cincinnati to attend tho funeral of Mr.
John O'Mara, which tonk place this morning
at 9 o'clock with reqnlem high mass at St.
Patrick's Church, In that city.
Mrs. Anna D. Osborno of near South Rlploy
was arrafgnod in 'Squiro William Ilosscr's
Court Saturday charged with breach of the
peace, It being alleged that eha forced an en
trance Into the homo of Lor tiiterin-lau-,
Uertha Osborne, and administered a severo
beating to her frail kinswoman. It was a
disgraceful family affair, ami after hearing
tistlmony in the case 'quiro itoiscr assessed
a fino of $10 and costs against Mrs. Annu I).
Tho total indebtedness of tho State of Ken
tucky is $i.r.no.s37.in.
The ladles of tho Christian Church bazinr
will meet nt Mr. M. C. Russell's in Mist Third
strt-et on Tu-sday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. All
interested p'ense bo present.
Mr. Harry Sod, Bged 23, and Miss Vear
trade Wortbington, aged 21, both of Chilli,
cothe, O., were married In this city Saturday
nt the County Clark's ollho. Judue W. H.
The Russo-Japanese War at Rem today.
New York, October 2utb. The Basoball
Plnyors Fraternity is nt least n realty. The
President is Oavo Fuliz, a lawyor, formerly
outueMor on tho New York American Loague
Vordict for $4,000
In tho caeo of Frank Lewis vs. Chesapeake
& Ohio Railway Co. in' tho Lewis Circuit Court,
the railroad, which runs through his farm,
constructed a separato crossing for his con
vonlosco, but allowed It to gst out of ropalr.
While nstrldo his horse pulling a sled of corn,
tho hoofs of bis horse caught between tho tics,
and in ondoavorlng to get loose tho horse
threw him over Its bead on a pile of ties,
whereby the Kft arm and leg became paraly
zed. The Jury awarded n verdict for plaintiff
In the sum of $4,000. Mossrs. Samuol J.
Pugh and A. D. Cole were attorneys for plaint
iff; Mr. LoWrlght Drowning represented tho
Valuable Property Sold
Saturday Master Commissioner A. G.
Sulser, by decree of Court, sold at public auc
tion tho Neptuno Fire Company's property In
Bast Third street, adjoining the Kplscopal
Church. Tho property was bid in by Hon, A.
1). Cole for Mr. Omar Dodsot; consideration,
$7,000, In three equal payments of six, twelve
and eighteen months, with C interest.
C"We nre aulhorizjd Agents for the new
Vlctor-Vlctrolas, the Victor Co. making good
any guarantoe we give. Whoa you want to
get the beet machines call at our store.
MuitniV, tho Jeweler.
ting tfang Oea
The vcrji IiiffFtest yi'iitle of 'uniotvIcr Ten
on the market.
rOHXD CANS .... 90c
UAiiJ? FOVXtt VANS . . r,Oc
QUAItTEIl l'OUXO CAXS . 25c
M. F. WILLIAMS &
iID. KCHJOKCIlSra-EP?. & oo.
Our $15 Suits !
With suits others sell at like price and up to $18 and $20 and you will quickly Bee that $15 given you better
values than you tinu elsewhere. UI course wo also have a large variety ol good buitB at $7.5U to $1U and
$12. For the particular dressy fellows we have the Hirsch-Wickwiro and College Drand, tho acknowledged
Top-Notchera in Men's and Young Men's Clothes.
Our Boys' and Children's Department should bo visited by all that want to clothe their youngsters
in excellent yet moderate price clothing. Suits $3.50 to $12.
We aro selling at $10 the most remarkable values in Overcoats and Raincoats.
When looking for good shoes (Men's and Boys') Well, you know where to find them, Every pair
warranted to give reasonable satisfaction.
D. HECHINGER & CO
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""Victor record's GO conts at Murphy's
Candy on sale at TraxelV.
ia-The New Victor-Victrola at $15 Is far
8npertor In tone quality to any other make of
machines costing $40. Call at Murphy's Jew
elry Storo and hear it. Over 1,500 records
to select from.
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"Bin Druastoro Wlflb
tho Little Prt
Maysville's Leading Clothing and
Tho Kpworth League or the Third Street M.
E. Church will give a Hallowe'en social in the
Sunday-school room on Frtdey evening to
which every one is Invited. Tho officers and
social committee will meet Tuesday evening' at
the Porter home In tho Hill House to mako all
Young Man's Life Snuffed Out in the
Twinkling of An Eye by a C.
and 0. Loose Engine
These are FANCY FAT NORWAYS.
Last evening about 7 o'clock Charhs Wood,
aged about 18 years, was killed at the Carmel
streot crossing by bulug run down by a looeo
C. and O. ongine.
At the time the young man was waiting tho
pasalDg of along freight going West on lln
North track and wbon the last car bad passed
him ran across the track right into a looie
locomotive going in the same direction on the
South track, returning from tho coal docks to
Its train cut off at Commerce streot.
The body was dragged a considerable dis
tance before tho train crew was awaro of tho
Young Wood is spoken of as an industrious
young man and was tho main support of a
widowed mother; bis father, George Wood,
being killed eomo yoars ago by tho bursting of
an emery wheel at the Foundry, cornor Second
and Limestone slreots.
Coroner Slack was called and the verdict of
the Jury was accidental doatb, with contribu
tory negligence on part of both Wood and
those In charge of the locomotive.
CHARLES HENRY COOPER
One of Maysvillo's Old and Highly
Estoomod Citizens Passes
Mr. Charles II. Cooper, who was strlckon
with paralysis Thursday last, died at bis home
Id the Hill House yesterday morning at7
o'clock, aged CG.
He was born in Fleming county Novombor
24th, 18-1G, but removed to this city In early
life, where he continued to reside respected
and esteemed by tho entire community. He
was married October 15tb, 1875, to Miss
Emma V. Harris of Germantown, and who
preceded Lira to tbo grave some four years
For many years he was ongaged In the dry
goods business as clerk for various establlth
ments and at one time conducted a drygooda
storo of his own In tho building now occupied
by Simon Nehon. In later years he was the
faithful jaiotor at the Fifth Ward School
building. He was a consistent membor of the
M. E. Cbnrch, South. .
Ha Is survived by one daughter and two
sons, Mrs. Aaron McConnell of Millersburg,
and Charles Marshall and Harris D. Cooper of
The funeral will take place this afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock, from the U. E, Church,
South, with eeivlces bjjtbe Ptstor, Rev. M. S.
Clark? and Iter. Roger C. ' Clark of the Chris
. . NOT . .
That is tho kind Mr. Hunt is sending us. In per
sonal touch with the New York market, knowing ac
curately from his many years' merchandizing what his
trade demands, he. is filling our Ready-made Depart
ment as never before with garments that have style
and distinction stamped on every line. Each day
brings some new expression of his discriminating taste
and careful judgment. Come iu, you can't fail to be
satisfied with such a stock as ours.
Prices very moderate. Suits $i24 to $39.
Coats $6.9S to $25.
A big line of Children's Coats, sizes 4 to 12
years; prices $2 to $10.
Children's Dresses '
A none-such stock that is what the pleased
mothers tell us. Plenty of Children's Dresses every
where but we say advisedly in our dresses you will
find a perfection of finish and detail, of quality, fabric
and fit that is unsurpassed. Sizes 2 to 14 years. Prices
50c to $3.98. -
We have several dozen skirts not this season's
models but made of splendid all wool Panamas, serge
and poplins in brown, navy and black that we have
reduced, as follows:
Skirts up to $6 now $2.98.
Skirts up to 10 now $3 9S.
Any woman who needs a skirt for hard service
and wants quality for the price of shoddy should not
miss this opportunity.
The immense ears of yellow corn used In the
Harvest Home decorations at tho Third Street
M. E. Church yesterday were grown by Mr.
Heed Richardson on the Offens farm on Tuck
ahoe. Tbo ears were as fine spoclmens as
were ever grown In this section.
j0Now is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone Btreet.
The Ladies' Hoard of tho City Mission will
hold a Birthday Party at the Mission Rooms
on next Tuesday afternoon.
Smoke Masonlan and La Tosca, 5 cents
Mrs. Daisy Sullivan, formerly of Maysvllle,
but now of Dayton, 0., was granted a divorce
from Paul C. Sullivan and restored to her
maiden name, Daisy Duzsn, October 21th,
AT HONEST PRICES
And a anillo with every salo
nt Onlhoun'a with GLOBE
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Exquisitely tailored, yet inexpensive. All the
very latest materials and colors are among them,
faultlessly finished, handsomely lined throughout.
They are made up in serges, diagonals, twills,
whipcords and novelties. Don't wait until the end
of the season to select a becoming Suit or'Coat.
Come now while the stoqk is complete. All sizes.
Many different styles to choose from.
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