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GRAPE FRUIT, COGOANUTS AND l ,.l
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MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEIt 30,1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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AN EMPTY CAN FOIl TUB 0OAT.
What! A new fire englno In the town?
Say I I'd almost give my shirt
To help the boys pull her around
And. watch tbat bullgine squirt.
I'd whoop and yell,
And help raise well I
I'd be right on the job
When the boys turned out,
With a roar and shout,
To ran with "Undo Bob."
Rodney.
Hallowe'en Novelties at Traxel's.
Yon can't climb jj ladder with your hands in
JOUP poo'ko'lf'.
STbere will bo a candy sale on Friday
afternoon at J. J. Wood & Son's drugstore,
given by tho ladles of tho Control Presbyterian
Church.
High School Lycoum Courso
CSTSeason tickets are going fast. Buy
now. Read your booklet for description of
course. ady.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output of conl during tho Inat low
years lias made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo nre going to get
more trade your trade by giving
yon a greater value for your money.
You will never get out of debt uulesB
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
PIIONK lia.
Q When needing dental work call on Cartmol
ATTRACTIVE HOMES
Are what makes a "city beautiful." A few dollars spent
for new doors and windows might makf your homo num
bered among the pretty places of the town. See us (or
suggcBtions and prices.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
liiarrporati'il
union stki:i:t. ni:au oncost). '
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Fancy Now York Cider, 2Cc gallon. Fancy Sorghum Molasses.
GOc gallon. Kingan's brand of Pig's Feet, tho very beat; -tfy
them, three pounds for 25o, tfwift's Brookfleld 8auBagc, very
fine; try a box; only 20c. You have tried the rest; now try the
beet Kar-a-vnn Coffee and Libby's Asparagus Tips.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
J. C. CABLISH
Shingles!
Shingles I
Shingles I
' A Million of ThemI
Wo liavt Just receive" two cnrlonrtH of Clenr ltctl Ctffar. Wo bought
tbcni wIipii tho prlco wfts low and wo will rcII tboni nt tho Lowest l'oasiblo
Prlco. WoalHO linvn Cyprces and I'oplnr HttliiKlo!) nml wo tiro over-stocked
and forced to noil. KrlitK your watfon with you. Wo Kiiarantro prices, nnd
will inoro thnn meet competition. Como In and sue. And don't you fo'rjjet
that now la tho time to ct Shingles nt
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Incorporated,
Cor Limestone and Second Streets.
tfnonts for Deorinp Machinery.
A. A. McritXIIGIItilN. Ti. N. UKHAN.
'Phone 519.
Maysville, Ky.
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
"ar.omovsi.Y noun"
POWER & DAULTON
CIGAR CO.
MAKKRS
MAYSVILLR, KY.
Seasonable Talks!
''' i aa aaBBgrniiiii asanaM gaaaa c mm
Nowisthe steason of the year to get ready for hunt-hog-kiIling
time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
e51p you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
.ting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
Jrd Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamps and in fact anything
fyou need. If we ravci.'t what you vvant in stock, we
twill take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
hmime.
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HUNTERS
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
FARMERS
Mike Brown is your friend !
jg" vvc invite yuu to iiiuk-c our siure your own. umc
in-- xsuggy ouyers-in-waiting, it you want some rare bar
gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money,
can make the price. We would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
Mike Brown
tHE, SQUARE DEAL MAN
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Pure!
Persoival
It. W. H. ArmntroDK of Ripley, 0 was a
iloeis rlaltor io Maysville yesterday.
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fudge GeorgeY. Dye will leave next week
' Canton, 0., to spend the winter with his
iUgbter, Mrs. J. II. Grleibr.
Ults (Ifabam Lawson of Flemlngaburgla the
, 'asant guest of Urn. Georgo Wood Owens of
East Secooii lret-, East End.
' Ur, Parker Ilord, son of Mr. aod Urc. Abnor
Ilord of West Fonrtb street, la borne from
W&ablogton Ity for a abort visit.
Dod. Harry Raller of Cynthlana, Repobllcan
oomlaeee for Congress ia this district, Is Id
Maysville today Interviewing the voters.
"? Gasner of Foarth Thomas, K7.,
uer parents, Mr, and Ufa. Thomas
oo, at Polnt-na View Stock Farm.
Mr. William Chleholm came
Portsmouth to register.
down from
Mr. Harry L. Walsh U at homo aftar a bus
iness trip to several points in West Virginia.
MI33 Tara Turner, who Is associated with
Dr. Smoot aa massiease, has returned from
Chillicothe, 0., where she went to attend tho
wedding of her slater.
Mrs. U. L. Walsh, who fell down the atalr
way at ber home In East Front street Sunday
evening, bruising bor face and neok badly and
narrowly escaping more leriouB Injury, Is re
covering from ber Injury and shock.
There It more' Catarrh In this section of the
oountrythan ull other diseases put together, And
until the last tow years was supposed to be Incur
able. For a groat manyyeara.dootorsprouounoed
It a looal disease and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly Xalllug to oiue with local treat
ruout, pronounced It Incurable. Science has
proven aatarrh to be a constitutional disease and
thtfreforerciiulretoonslltutlonaltreatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co. ,ToTedo, O. , Is tho only constitutional oure on
the market. It Is taken Internally In doses from
ludropstoa'teaspoonful. It aotsdlreotly on the
blood and mucoussurfaces of the system. They
otTerone hundred dollars for anjrcaie It falls to
oure. Send for olrculars and testimonials. Ad
dress, F. J. OnENUY & CO,, Toledo, O.
SoldbyDrugnlits,7S.
Take Hall's family Plllsf oreonstlpatlon,
fMs'f at- FANHV FAT MOT?X7 AV&Esf'i tt,",,
Reports Bumpor Turkey Crop
Bourbon" News,
The turkey crop of this section will bo fu'ly
up to the avrago tils year, judging from tho
reports tbat bavo been returned from the
various counties. In soma localities there
has been a decided falling off in tho production
of turkeys, but In other sections nn Increaso
will bring tho crop up to the average.
'Nicholas and Hourbon counties are probably
the largest turkoy producing counties la Cen
tral Kentusk). Annaal'y thousands are slaugh
tered in Paris and Uillerjburg and Carlisle,
and shipped to the markets in the East.
SPECIAL REGISTRATION
Yesterday's Enrollment Added
to the Regular Voting
List
The epcciitl registration of voters
ycatcrdny at the County Clerk's of lice,
with tho total to date, is given below:
11. D. Pro. Ind.
Regular Registration. 57G G92 CO
First day special 24 27 II
Second day special. . . 8 18 1
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Total ,
.COS 737 IS 90
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Celebration at City Mission Results
in Handsomo Cash Receipts
Tbo Uirtbday Party at tho Mission" Home
yosterdayxafternoon exceeded tbo expectations
of every one.
The spotless morns, gay in their autumnal
decorations uf brilliantly colored leavos and
flowers, made an attractive background for
the assembling of those interested in the
work.
Judging by the ponnlos left, wo are again
living In tho days of Methuselah.
Some pretty 'young ladles confessing to a
hundred and oneto a hundred and twenty years.
It Is not possible at this time to got the
sum total of receipts, but there can be no
doubt as to the enlargement of the work so
much needed.
Tho ladies at the head-of tbo Mission work
In Maysvlllo are certainly entitled to btgb
praise for their unselfish endeavor.
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ANOTHER SUICIDE
Mrs. Ann Boler of the County
Takes a Fatal Dose of
Paris Green
Mrs, Ann Boler, wifo of John Boler
ot near Murpbysville, died last night
at 8 o'clock from a eell-aclministercd
doao of paris green.
The poison was taken Monday night,
supposed in a moment ot despond
ency. Dr, S. E. l'ollitt was called in and
administered antidotes and tho pa
tient was thought to bo recovering
from tho poison, when she took n re
lapso and died as above Btated,
It ia said s,ho expressed, sorrow for
having made tho attempt to take hor
own life and did'not want, to die.
She was. about 31 years'old and was
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ftulfluemokof -Jnhn.UHnger of neauj
Vice-President Sherman's Condition
Utica, N. Y., October "SSth After a rest-
less and unsatisfactory day, Vice-President
Sherman dropped off to eleep while sitting in
his chair at 8:30 o'clock tonight and at 11
o'clock still was sleeping.
.
Prof. E. L. Gillis Honored
Professor Ezra L. Gillis of tho Depart
ment of Clucation of th State Unl
vorsity, Lexington, rccelvod a letter Tuesday
notifying him of his appointment 01 b com
mittee to confer with the committeo from the
liurea of T, lucation in formulating a'unlforra
system of statistics to bo used In all the col
leges nnd universities throughout the United
States.
Prof. Gillis Is widely and favorably known
In Mason county and was formerly Principal
of tics Minerva College.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIK AND rOLDEH TODAY AND
TIIUKSDAY. ..
Labor Union Mooting
Tho Labor Union will meet at Amazon Hall
on Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. The charter
is bore. Everybody welome.
Thomas Cam-enter, Secretary.
NASO M'NUTT.
Mr. W. 0. Nash, aged 21, and Miss Mary
Omah McNntt, aged 18, both of Lewis county,
will wed today at Spriogtfale, Rev. Thomas P.
Degman officiating.
Little Goldie May Gardner, who has beon
seriously sick at ber'bome In Forest avenue, Is
slowly convalescing. -
Big Real Estato Deal
Yesterday Thomas L. Etvan & Co., as agents
for Robert Harrison sold his 151-acre farm
near Helena to Mrs. Mary Kackler; considera
tion, $21,000 cash. Tho dwelling and farm Is
one of the most desirable to bo found in Mason
county.
A final rally of Democrats will be hold
this c:nnty on Saturday, November 2d.
Only two cases in Police Court yesterday
Willlnm Hoops and Tim Moran, drunk, ?C.G0
each.
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arWo ore outhorizsd Agents for the new;
Vlotor-VIctrolas, tho Victor Co. making good
any guarantee we give. When you want to
got the best machines call at our store.
Murphy, thipJoweler.
Advertisement
tfing tfang Sea
The very hiyliest jrurfc of G'tuiiio wrier
on the market.
, POUND CAXS .... 90a
half rouxn CANS . . aoo
QVAMITER lOUXl CAXii . ,VXc
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M. F. WILLIAMS &
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the Littln PrJca."
.ibP- HEOHING-ER 3c GO.auuuuu
Our $10, Overcoats
$ $10 Raincoats
are Ibo Magnets that have drawn scores of people to our Store during tho past week. No such values found
elsewhere is the publics verdict. Our shawl Collar Chinchilla and Fur Beaver Overcoats arc the handsomest
garments ever seen in the overcoat line in Maysville. We cannot say enough for our overcoat stock, It's
tho most comprehensive in tho State. Up-to-date dressers want to take a look at the ''NORFOLK" suits
just received. They arc of the newest fabrics and styles $15 to $20,
The Barker-Brown shoe is considered the best work shoe made in America. "We" sell them 5U.50 to
$4.50. The most popular line of medium-price 8hoes in tho Country is the Walk-Over. "We" sell them,
The shoe that always has been and cuntinucs a great favorite is the W. L. Douglas. "VVe" sell them, Tho
shoes DeLux are tho Nettleton nnd Hannn. "Wo" sell them.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing and
Shoe S.Iipq.
a"Vlctor record's 60 cents at Murpby's
Jewelry Store.
Advertisement
"Miss Holliday"
Candy on sale at TraxelV.
adv.
The New Vlctor-Victrola at $15 Is far
superior In tone quality to any other make of
machlaes costing $40. tall at Murpby's Jew
elry Store and hear It. Over 1,500 records
to select from.
fAdvertlieraent.
Another falso alarm was
15 last evening at G:G5 o'cloc
Pollcemin Dudley Fizar of East
street, who has been ill with a severe cu.,
fever, Is Improving and with no back set
bo able to be out in the next ten days.
A Scarce Article
One ol the most wanted and hardest to find fab
rics in the market is corduroy velvet. Mr. Hunt while
East has been fortunate enough to secure some beauti
ful shades, also black and white in wide wale deep
pile, 24-inch imported Corduroy.
Price $1.25 Yard.
And Still They Come
Coals and Suits direct from the New York mar
ket. Copies of the garments Mr. Hunt sees in the
Fifth avenue stores and on the Fifth avenue prome
nade, but prices are kept safely below the Filth avenue,
altitude. You will be surprised nt our stock this sea
son, no matter how you have been impresssed by its
quality and quantity in the past. In Suits a broad
color and fabric range from $io to $40. The Coats
offer equal variety at $6.98 to $45.
Just
Tleo Qfo"n4c
Al vijw wJIfciii. tO Received
Mr. Hunt has just sent us from New York some
smart looking, nobby separate skirts in men's-wear
and wide wale serge. Navy, black, tan and brown.
They are dandy values
At $5,90 and $7.50
An Important Event
Beginning Next Monday,
November 4th, an expert corsetierre from New York
City will be at our store for one week to show the
latest importod and domestic models in Redfern and
Warner Corsets. She will also carry a full line of
brassieres and other corset accessories, Skillful and
accurate corset fittings given without charge.
1SS2
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1913
A paper bearing date of March 1st, 1912,
purporting to be tie last will and testament of
Samuel J. Collins, deceased, was produced In
tbo County Court yojterday Died and ordered
probated as such, blng proven by the testi
mony, of John h. Whltaker and James D. Key,
attesting witnesses.
9Now Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Advertisement)
Leonard Dalley, held over In the Police
Cburt cbargod with petit larceny, was bronght
before Judge Rice yesterday and acquitted.
;s"Smoke Masonlan and La Tosco, Scents
Mr. Edward Breeze of this city was In
Flemlngsbnrg Monday looking after his Inter
est In the moving picture theater ho Is con
ducting In that thriving little city. Monday
! be bad an attendance of over twolve hundred.
HONEST GROCERIES
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