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GRAPE FRUIT, C080ANDTS AND THE FIRST
OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE.
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MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1012.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
GEORGE H. DINGER.
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WHSON HAS PIONF.D THE I.HA8B.
Onoo ma and mv Da and ols 1111 Drown
Took n trip to Washington,
Teddy went too, and hla Dull Mooae
Follered behind; he'd toroed it loose.
Toddy he went to ths White House door,
Said he, ' Bill Taft, I'm here flomo more,
Olt outer my house, varnooso, skiddoo,
Or I don't know what I'll do to yon!'
Just then Ulster Tnft come to the door,
Slid he, "Sure, 1'vj coen thorn teeth before.
Dee-lighted I'd bo to go In pence,
Dot WooJrow Wilson has signed the lease."
L. P. MeC
Albert T. Day of Kk'ming'counly, will bo
sales manager at the new Homo Tobacco
IvWarebouso in Mnysville this wintor.
- LI-. Dan Perrlno has sold his residence
property on tho Flaming piko to Mr. O.H.Gray,
the barber, who will soon occupy it.
Most Exponsivo Courso
Yet given by Lyceum Commltteo. 8numters.
Duy soason ticket now, $2.
All kinds, all sizes, all qualities of Uoors are in our stock rooms
nnd we want to sell them.
20 Pet Cent. Off for Cash
On any door in tho house Xonn rhnrgpil to any one nt these price.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
union stki:i:t, near second.
-Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
ias-hel'p you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
, Hunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
1" Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
"Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamp?, and in fact anything
you need. If we 1 avet.'t what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
i of time.
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
imoney, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Miss Minerva Rickotts of New York City Is
here for a visit to ber mother, Mrs. Sallle
RIckette of Sutton street.
Miis Lenora and Lulie Jano Sutton hav
returned home after a visit with their grand
mother, Urs. Jane Sutton.
President Charles D. I'earce of the Stato
National Dank, was a builness visitor here
yesterday. Jllo left in tin afternoon for Cm.
cfnnati to huar the election news.
Urs. Ernie Ort and Miss Stolla Archdeacon
ire for (Covington today to visit Mr.and Urs.
Bamuel Daugherty and to wltners a perform
ance of "The Garden of Allah" in Cincinnati.
- Ur. Uonty Ray, a forroor well-known Uays-
vllle druggist, arrlred last night from MldJIei-
bora for a visit, accompanied by his mother-in-lw,
Urs. Jane Burrows of Forest avenue,
who has tetn his guest for strae time.
Try a pound. It is a lull N.
ujade into it.
tk Wo Cflrry BKIOjjt, LIMBURQER,
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output of coal during the laBt few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
moro trade your trado by giving
yon a greater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
Eight Splendid Entertainments
for only $2. High School Lyceum Course.
Stuart and Parlette alooo worth the money.
Ohio River Lumber Co.
Ur. Alfred U. Su'ton (pent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Jane Satton.
Mnjir J. P. Harb-sor, who has been in the
Philippines Ihs past twj yoars or so came In
last evrning to lslt bis oil home here. Flem
Stato Rppabllein Campaign Chairman W. D.
Cochran, and Representative Stanley F. Reed,
Democrat, were both in Loulsvillo last night
at thoir rcpectlve headquarters.
Cashier C L. Wood of the Farmera' and
Traders' Bjnk, Judge G. S. Wall, (lop. Thomas
D. Slattory, Couacl'man John C. Everett,
Colonel John D. Cbenault wtro In Cincinnati
last evening taking In tho "Garden of Allah" at
Music Hall and receiving tho election returns.
Mr. Druco Audio, one of the most popular
of Uaytvlile's disciples of "tho art preserva
tive of all art," commonly callod "typi-itlck-ers,"
returned homo to Washington City yes
terday after a visit to bis homo folks and
depositing bis billot tc:ordiog to bis po'itical
conviction?. Mr. Austin Is now holding down
a soft snap in the Government service In tho
capital, and hero's hoplog that be will laod a
larger job when WooiMe gets behind the pin
Never regard prospects as substantial, then
you won't have so much disappointment.
V. Cream Ghecso with tho Pimentos
ItOQUEFOttT and any kind yoa
GEISEL & CONRAD
Fancy Now York Cider, 2Cc gallon. New Orlcjns Molasses.
COc gallon. Kingan's brand of Pig'd Feci, (lie very best; try
them, three pounds for 25c, Swift's Drook field Sausage, very
fine; try a box; only 20c. You have tried the reat; now (ry the
beet Kar-a-van Coffee and Libby's Asparagus Tips.
The Quality Grocer. T ( PARI KH
Masonic Temple Bldfl. J. V- VjauLlJU
A Malison of Tltemi
Wo hint.liiflt received two cnrlonrifl of Clear lied frtlnr. Wo bmiRitt
tlicni wln llio prlco win low and wo will hcII ttivm ut tlio Lowest PossUMo
Prion. Wo also liavo Cypress nnd Poplar ShlnltH nnd wo urn ovrr-.itoclccd
and forced to Bell. Ilrlnjj 3'our wajjon with yon. Wo Kii.ii'niKrn price, and
will more ttinn meet competition. Oomo In and boo. And don't you direct
that now Is tho tlmu to get Shlnglm nt
THE Mil Sim LUMBER GO.
Cob4, Limestone ami Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Inonts for Doerinn Machinery. Mavsvillc, Ky.
A. A. McIjAUGMIjIN. Ij.N. ni:nN.
If anyone wants tn make yoa discontented
flod cut nhit his game Is.
You must nover expect coo nhj has done
you a wrong to forgive you.
It isn't so much how murh a man knows; It is
how ho uses his knowledge that counts.
Mrs. Isaac Wo id ward of Dov. r was hero rn
business yestorday. Mrs. Woodward will
shortly take up her residence In Flemiogsburg.
Mrs. Catherine Ring has been appointed by
tho County Court administratrix of Nicholas
Ring, deceased, with John I. Ring and J. U.
Collins sureties on bond.
Arbitration board appointed to hear
engineers' demands, completes its
work and report is expected within
Continues to Improve
Miss Mabel Dunn, who was unforlunattly
and seriously woundod continues to Improve
and the attendants nnd physicians at Wi'snn
Hospital arj very much encouraged nnd hope
ful ovor her condition.
Quail Not Plenty
Reports from nil over the State as to tho
crop of quail indicato that tho severe enow and
freezing uoather in the early part of tho year
killed the birds by tin thousands, and that the
crop this season will be far below the aver
age. Tho open season for quail begins No
vember 15th, and already the nimrnds bto
getting roady for the sport.
Missouri Tobacco To Bo Sold in
A number of tobacco growers from UIp?ou(i
arrived in Kentucky last week to arrange for
the sale of tobacco raised in thit state. It is
said that noarly thj entire crop of Durley
tobacca raised in Missouri this year will be
offered at the loose loaf markets In the lllue
grass region of Kentucky.
The Missouri crop of tobacco this year Is an
uausually large on and will aggregato be
tween ten and twclvo million pounds. Tho
quality of the weed is said to bo excellent.
A large qiantity of this tobicco will coma
to tho Uaysville market.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Gospel of Kindness is Working Out
Good Results in Maysvillo
After an Inspection tour of points about tho
city where horses and cattle were being shown
on County Court day, the Committee on
Cruelty to Animals of the Uumano Soc'cty take
pleasure to report having observed no mis
treatment whatever and everything was appar
ently carried on In an approved manner.
Wo hope that tho future sales will be con
ducted on the tamo principle.
Nothing calh forth more righteous indlgne
tion than tbo sight of a poor, half-fed, over
worked horse being m'streated.
It Is our aim to better the treatment of
animals and set a higher standard of thought
and action and we ask your co operation in
Mns 0. DiCTnmcii, Chslrman.
Tbo gage marks 8 3 and falling.
Captain Sam llryant, who formerly com
manJed packets for tho Louisville and Cincin
nati Picket Company, has purchased a hotel
at Manchester, 0.
The Wheeling Register states that many of
the packet companies there completed their
flical year Friday, and that the annual reports
of the majority show tbo last was one of the
Bost'tuceewfol in jeita.
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iy iriim MM Krifcaa EzMnMI
A Jolto On tho Senator
Senator W. 0 Bradley, who spoko at Harlan
on last 1'ondey, rpsnt eororal hours in this
city waiting for o train to tako him to Corbir.
The same tveiiirg a vaudeville shiw was
booltod fir tho Piinccss Theater, and to adver
tise the attraction Manager DeRoso of tho
Princess, securod the services of the I'imv.lle
band to play a number of selections on the
etreet before tho lime of beginning tho show
at tho Tno-iter. Tho band boys, in their
rcuad, (topped nt tho I'neville Hotel sod
renderod some ilulcemujic Senator Bradley,
who was stopjing at that popular his'.elry,
thinking that the mu'c w.n in his honor,
camoout and in ht'tloq'Knt niltiro8 lading sorco
twenty miiuies, tl.a.ko'l the boys for the
ssrenilt1. Tho insmlirrs of tho band were
taken b) eurpriso, ail 'taj simetlmo before
they graced Iho situation, lut they stood It
ou, and the Senator final y ntireJ, nnd we
ruppose is yet n Ignorance that the mu-ic was
meant to advert' a pifornibg monkey.
If las Just Arrived-
Your new coat. Just what you have been wait
ing foi. It is as stylish and smut looking as you ex
pected. Come in today and let ih show it to you.
You can choose at any price from $6.98 to $40.
For Women and Children. Both staple and ultra
models. For women, navy, white, gray, black, $1 to
$5. For Children, white, nivy, grey, red, 50c to
$3. Knitted hat- and caps (or children 25c to $1.50.
Unusual interest is now centered at our store. A
corset fitter of wide experience and skill is here to
The Fumjc I.edcer from tow until Jatuiry
1st, 1014. for $3.
Miss Ruth Sutton, one of Aberdeen's charm
ing yjung ladles, I ft this morning for Indiac
apolis, ltd , to accept a lucrative position
P A TaKoaaa brings Fair Prices and Poor
This same rule can be applied to the Dry Goods Store.
Goods, reliable goods, bring Fair Prices and UNRELIABLE
Goods are sold at OUT PRICES. You will find the Good Kind
at the BIG STORE.
Sp v!L Ladies' Raincoats
Made of heavy poplin cravenetted cloth. Guar
anteed rain proof. 3lade right and 5 inches long.
Inn and blue.
Lnst dsy for discount on
vember 1st gas bills.
payment of No
adv. The Only Placo in Maysvillo
To seo a representative line of Victor-Vic.
trolas. Hvery style $15, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, tho Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
Death of Senator Paynter's Mother-in-Law
FrtANKFortr, Ky., November ith. Sarah
Pollock, nged 8G,.died here today. The fun
era! and Interment will be tomorrow at Green
up, Ky. She was tho mother-in-law of United
States Senator Thomas II, I'aynter.
Notice to Teachors
All teachers of tho c- unty will please met
In my oflice nt 11 o'clock b. m, Saturday,
nbern arrangement mil bo made tJ attend
tho Ninth D.strict Educulonal Association
which moots at Ashlar d November 15 h and
li?s Jnsstn 0. Yaxcry, Suporlntendor.t
We believe we have the largest and beat selected atomic of Oercotta an J cravjnettcd Itunco.iM of any
clothing house in the state. All weights and fabrics imaginable, single and double breasted, many of
them buttoned to the neck with military collars.
A beautiful line of Shawl Collar Chinchilla and Fur Braver Overcoats. Tho handsomest, most core
fortablo overcoats ever shown in Maysvillo. We want to bIiow them to you.
What wo sny about Men's Overcoats, holds good in childen's and Doy's.
MEN'S PRICES, $10, $12.50, $15, $20, $25, $30.
BOYS' PRICES, $4.50 to $10.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
l Tho Lodgor Giving Dishes Away
We have 20 sets of beautiful blue and gold
I enameled dishos, 45 pieces ti tho set, good
enough for any Thinkegivlng table, $3 per sot
t0 npw mbscribers paying one year in advance
I Come in and examine them.
J'N'ow is the tirao to buy yourwkrter
cost. . See Dryden, Limestone street.
Tbo most select line of Red Seal records
ever in Mayeville. November records also on
sale at Murphj'e Jowelry Store. adv.
3HETJ:ENr8l??3 leiaj f
Mr. and Mrs. William I). Cochran of Hast
Second street aro rejilclng over tho arrival of
a pretty litt'o daughter which cam) to gladden
their fnally circle last Saturday.
With our WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT, which
promptly relieves coughs, colds and la grippe.
It loosens the phlegm, reducing inflamation,
thus curinu hoarseness and bronchitis.
M. F. WILLIAMS Si
Men who mako failures of their lives like
wise are eslf-mado, but you never hear them
Miss Katie Hunt of Em Third street, Is
naraiog a severely scalded hand. Miss Katie
has the sympathy of her manyfrionds.
show you the splendid possibilities of Redfera and
Warner Corsets as moulders of the correct figure for
1912-13. The stock of the corsetierro combined with
ours, presents fully twenty-five different models beside
a full equipment of all corset accessories. You cau't
fail to find what you need. No charge for fitting.
Expert service for the asking. - -
A Busy Section
The Dress Goods Department is one of the
busiest places in the store, for every one that comes to
look stays to buy. Women depend so mueh on ready-to-wear
supplies for their wardrobe nowadays, we have
to offer special inducements to make dress goods buy
ing interesting. We certainly have succeeded in our
present stock of new weaves, stylish colors and popular
prices. True some of our fabrics are $2 and 53 a yard
but their unusual width of 1 2 yards, reduces the price
about one-hall and makes the material cut to the
greatest advantage. Every weave is represented
Cheviot, Serges, Whipcords, Ratine, Boucles and
Diagonals. Also overy price from 25c to $3.
The poorest kind of a j ike is one that burls
Policeman Dudley Fizsr, who has been quite
sick for several woeks, was able to be down
town yesterday. His admirers and friends
were glad to see him out.
Tobacco Brings Poor Prices!
Ladies' Outnig Gowns!
Full sizes and made of good hoavy outing cloth.
50c to $1.25.
Sizes, 14 to 18.
All new subscribers and all thoss paying up
past 'lues for Tun PunLic LEncnn, and who
pay $3, one year's subscription, cash, will bo
given the papor from now until January 1st,
This is 1 1 months subscription. The sooner
you tuko ulyantsge of this offer tho better it
will be for you.
I', gut-page, double illustrated number overy
"Big DrufliJore ffiSh
tho Littio Prfoa.
5Vhon nooding dental work call on Cartmel
Mr. Robert Straus, stulent at Ohio Military
Cillege, Cincinnati, wai here yesterday spend
ing hii eighteenth birthday anniversary with
bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Straus of Market
jE&'Smoko Maaonlan and La Toeoo, Goonts
Judge an) Mrs. Denis Dun Ion returned
Friday night from their wedding trip to New
Orleans, and thence by stoamer to New York
City, and are nt their homo on Houston
avenue. Paris News.
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