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GRAPE FRUIT, COBOANOTS AND THE FIRST
OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE.
GEORGE H. DINGER.
ti. J POBLIO LKOOBB-Utl.
MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT,
A chap about to wed was nervous;
To iho yocng best man he crlod:
"Tell rue, la It Mfstnmory
For the groom to cue Iho hrl'ler
Wanted Good cook Apply at thla office.
Ex-Pq9tmastor of Sprinodalo Weds
Miss Iva Soistor, Now Assistant
Ur. W. S. Tally nf Lexington, formerly
Postmsstor tit Sprlogdalo and JJhs Iva Soleter,
assistant Postmistress of Sprlngdale, wero
quietly married (a the parlors of tho Central
Christian Khurch on Ninth avenue In Clock
natl, Ohio, tbo minister of tho Church, Rev.
Clare L. Wait) officiating, on Wednesday,
November Gib. C. P. Vawter, formerly of
Sprlngdale and a llfo Ion? friend of tbe groom
was best man and' Mira Alva Limb fjf Kansas
City was the brlde'emald.
After the wedding they all ropalred to tho
Manhattan whero a sumptuous feast was
ecrveJ at a select tabic. Mr. Tully and bride
will spend a few days in tho city and then re
turn to Ii xlcgton, where they will make thoir
All kinds, all sizes, all qualities of Doors are in our stock rooms
and we want to sell them,
20 Pet Cent. Off for Cash
On any door in the house. None ohnrgptl to anv one at thcao pricos.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ingjiogjiilling time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
us nelp you get ready, we ve a complete stocK or vjuiis,
Hunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamps, and in fact anything
you need. If we haven't what you want in stock, we
. will 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.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Uiss Harriet F. Cochran Is v siting rolatives
la New York City.
" Deputy U. S, Marshal Eramttt Orr of Coving
ton was here on business this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ilrarrol and pretty
little baby of Paris are guests of Ur. and Mrs.
Thomas Webster of Lee street.
, Mr. Abn'er Fiord of West Fourth street will
l))va tomorrow morning for Covington, where
ho Is Juror In tbe Federal Court,
lfVos Barbara and Gertrude Anderson of
Franco, O., are the delightful guests of Miss
Lucy uuldwinof hist Second street.
Mr. EJ. Wels, formerly of this city, now of
New Richmond,. 0., was here on business yester
day and shaking hands with bis maoy friends.
i KendaVi, Mrs. T. II. Wallon ond Mrs. J. T.
Wllllapa of Flemiogaburg were shopping la
.-. -Maysvllle yesterday.
Mr, 'John D. Muse came up from Cincinnati
yesUtday ond spent a short time witb'hU fam
ily, leaving lo the afternoon for Charleston,
W. Vs., on bis regn'ar trip.
Mr. II. M. Hayes and wife, who hava been
vttitlng Mrs. 8. F, Hayes ond family of Forost
avenue, left for their home In Asheville, N.
' C, today. Ur, Hayes is the Aihevllle mana
ger of tbe Security Mutual Life Insurance Co.
and has number of relatives out In tbe
.Try a pound. It
is a full N.
into it. I
We carry BJU0K, LIM-DURGER,
?Pkn m. . : Miii
ggj GJ"0MOTfT jl T3" Ca WEATHER REPORT
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tbe steady
output of coal during tho Inst lew
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
yoti a greater valuo for your money,
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely,
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Eight Splendid Entertainments
for only $2. High School Lyceum Course.
Stuart and Parlntte alono worth tho money.
Ohio River Lumber Co.
Prohibition won in West Virginia.
It looks llko the Senate is Democratic, too.
Turner probably defeated Kirk for Appeleate
Judge in this district.
Roosevelt carrried Pennsylvania by 23,000.
Toft won Philadelphia by 12,000.
Tbe election of Democratic Governors four
consecutive times saems to rraka a Democratic
state of Ohio.
Former Governor lionlon McMillan was de
feated for Governor of Tennessee by Governor
Tbe wemen apparently won fn Michigan,
Ariz ma and Wisconsin, have 50,000 majority
in Kinsas and miy win in Oregon.
List night President-olsct Wilson had 384
certain votes In th Electoral Collego, Colonel
Roosevelt 89 and Preiident Taft 12,
President Taft carried his homo city, Cin
cinnati, by a small plurality, and Nicholas
Longworth was n-eleted to Congrear.
Caleb Powers was re-elected to Congress fn
tin Elove'ntb District by a majority tf about
2,000 over bis Democratic opponent, Renjamln
Complete returns from five of six couutles
In tbe eighteenth Illinois district Indicate that
former Speaker Cannon was defeated for Con
gress by a Democrat,
Indications, with more thsn half of the state
tabulated, wero that Massacbutett'e had favored
a Democratic candidate for President for the
first time in its history.
f Democrats. ,2X5
I ltupublloam 01
Kmunnt it...,- rroressives. o
BtaKteii'inSw ::V::: 5 1
1 -lomi iiKjiiuHui... w
Y. Cream Obceao with tho Pimentos
KOQUEFOUT nnd any klBi
rm n & conrad.
Fancy No.v York Cider, 2fjic gallon. New Orleans Molasses,
COc gallon. Klngon's brand of l'ig's Feet, the very best; try
them, three pounds for 25c, Swill's I3rook field Sausage, very
line; try a box; only 20c. You have tried the real; now try tho
beft Kara-van Coffee and Libby's Asparagus Tiptt,
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
Wo liavt JiiBt received two cnrlondrt of Clear Red Ccdnr. Wo linuprit
tlirtru when Mio prluo wa? low nnd wo will net I them at iho IioivcHt Pos-dblo
Price. Wonlao liavn Cypress'anil Poplm-HIiIukIih untl wo nro over-stocked
nnd forced to Hell. Brlnjj your wirihi with you. Wo Knii-mitm prlcen, and
will iimro tlian inrct cmiipulltinn. Come In and sue. And don't you forget
that now Is tho time to net Shingles at
THE MASON UUMBER GO.
Cot. Limestone ami Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Doerlntj Machinory. MavsviUc. kv.
A. A. iMur.AUOHtilN. U. N. It KM N.
Thousands of peopb turned out In New
York to celeb'nto the presidential election and
made Broadway a carnival so-ne.
LANDLSIDE iVoLD KAINTUCK
Loi'isvtl.i.E, Kv, November C h Counties
never known to go other than Republican wero
swept into ihi Democratic column jestorday.
Out of 120 counllcB, returns pacically com
plete from 100 counties, Wilson has a plurality
of 90,000 votes and all indicat'ons are that
flnal figures will show a plurality of about
The Progressiva ticket will run third Instead
of second, os Its suppoiters oxpectod, counting
on their big strength In Louisville. In fcddl
tion to the victory f tbe 'residential ticket,
9 out of II Congressmen olected are Demo
crat. One feature of tho flection In this ctato Is
tbe fact that the Progressive organlzilion bo
comes a "real" party in Kentucky. In other
words, It will be recognized by tho recent pri
mary law of Kentucky, which provides that
parties polling 20 of the total vote shall Dom
inate tbelr candidates at tho August primaries.
Tho strength of tho Dull Mcoso in Loulsvillo
nod Jefferson county caused a groat surprise.
Out of a total of CO 900 the Progresses
polled noirly 24,000, whila It'publicua polled
WILLIAM PRESTON ROBEBSON
Prominent Mason County Farmer
Mr. W. Preston Ucburaon, a p.orninot.t and
wealthy Mason county former, committed sui
cide this morning about 7 o'clock at his home
Ho was found dead In hla barn with a bullet
hole in bis hind and a revolver lying by his
side. He had beon sick for tho past three
months and the rash act is rupposed to have
been committed in a moment of despondency.
He was an excellent Christfau gentleman and
his untimely taking oil is greatly deplored by
a wide circle or relatives anil iriebd.
Ho is survived by a wit'ow and one son,
besides threo brothers nod one sister Ex
Sheriff Jsraes Roberson, new of Kansas City,
Thomas and Kugone Robersor, and Ure. R II.
West of tho county.
MISS CHARITY DYE
DislinQuisliBd Voaclier to Talk
Woman's Club Saturday
The Woman's Club will bold ft meeting Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at tbe Christian
Miss Charity Dye of Indianapolis, will spenk
on "Moral Influonco Through Literature."
It would not bavo been possible for the
Woman's Club with its resources to havo ob
tained this distinguished speaker, had it not
been that Mla Dyo was born in Uason couc
ty and desires to seo the Woman'eClub flourish
and wishes to lend bor alJ in tbjd way.
For a number of years Mirs Dye was teach
er of English In the Sbortrldge High School,
but now has given up teaching for lecturing,
Ucst of the teachers of Mason county will
remember a visit of Itisper.tlon to Mlts Dye's
room In Indianapolis.
The Christian Church has been obtained to
accommodate tbe crowd that is expectod, as the
lecture Is open to tbe public.
CITY MISSION NOTES
Receipt of tho Birthday
$133.34 Report For
The Ladio' Hoard of City Missions hold
their regular monthly meeting, Tuesday No
vember 5th, at tbe City llbubn Rooma. After
the usual routine of business Mrs. Urock
mado ber report for tbo mouth of October as
Family expenses $23.24
Suppll-'s for Industrial Schools . ,,,... 2.00
Cash received for garments 3.80
Contributions n cilved, Mr. Ulbler... 1.00
Garments distributed 218
Calls made Ill
While there his been quite a little eiokness,
only one very serious oase has been reported.
Tbe spiritual condition of the work Is most
promising. The average attendance at the
Sabbath afternoon servlco is 40. The aver
age attendauce at the Tuesday night servlco
Is 48. Tbe services held every Friday nlgU
In some one of tbe bouses are woll attended.
Ura. Drock and Ulss Hurd report a deep feel
ing of intorost manifested at all of tbeso meet
ings. The wants and noeds of tbe Educational
School which moats evory Saturday nfternooo,
are such that larger quarters bavo had to be
secured and to that ond the Doard has rented
tbe lower room of tbe building, which will for
tbo present give ample rpico for bath the
religious services and the work which will be
carried on In the school for tbe winter.
The Board of Managers wish to thank tbe
publlo fcr the ready response made to tbo
"PPM! the "Birthday Patty."
fit Among other generous donations special
mention a mado of a siu cbeck sent by a
prominent Second street business man; also a
check for $5 from a promlnant man from the
county. Seven dozen lemons and other fruit,
Ur. Charles Calhoun. Twenty pounds of
sugar from Mr. i. Barbour Russell.
Tbs receipts from the "Birthday Party" up
tothe present llmshavebsen $133.84, Dut
the "birthdays" are still cosaleg la and Ii Is
si pad tb laaoua twill not fall below Ibal'of
lait Jr, waloa was $150, ,:
Important Topics Now.
BOTH INTEREST MEN
Especially the young men, who
have rich, red blood Honing in tbcir-i
veins and urc careful ubout their an
pe ranee. Wo aro "lined up" now,
retuly for you to "incklo" the impor
tant clotlus game. Our signal is
Our celebrated clothes arc hand
eotrer than ever for (hid season, and
you will surely liml your stylo here,
no matter who. her you favor the ex
treme English or the Americanized
English model. Suits and Overcoate
to please in stylo and price.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
At our store this weok is the Corset Demonstration now in progress. A corsetiere of
here to iu'k corsets to you not to sell them if you are not ready to buy. Be fitted, it
number of the corset, then when you need one you will be certain of securing exactly the
Only a few more days to secure this privilege don't delay.
Have You Seen Them ?
If you haven't you should, for tho smart coats and suits,
Mr. Hunt is sending from Now York are well worth
seeing. Some stylish additious to the stock arrive al
most daily. Our suit line is very extensivo for at one
price alone $25 we have over one hundred. This
gives you an idea of the large assortment we carry. We
have all wool suits as low as $10, better for $12.50 and
so on up to $40.
Tun Fuuuc Ledger from now uatll January
1st, 1014, for $3.
Mr. William Carter Halbert of Vanceburg, a
son of Judge W. C. ilnlbnrt, wts in Maysviilo
yesterday en routo from Vancoburg, whero be
cast hla first vote, to Lexington, where ho Is a
member of tbo Senior c'ass at S. U.
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 vie Ladies' Raincoats
Made of heavy poplin cravenetted cloth. Guar
anteed rain proof. Made right and 5) inches long.,.
Tan and Blue.
tM fiQ A Real
q4-.yO $7.50 Value,
WAm T"1 rrTiil' I lfc-lrj.1. Jlw"" ' B
pwiii -'ir III iw4 - Hii
Tho Only Placo in Maysviilo
To see a representative lino of Victor-Vic
trolas. Every style $15, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, the Joweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
There Is ranro Catarrh In this lection ol tbe
country tliau ml other dlteniei put together, nnd
until tho Us t few years was supposed to be Inour
able. Kora great many yenrs doctors pronounced
It aloculdlieaseand prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly Jailing to cure wltn local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Sole no hat
proven catarrh to be a constitutional dlscaso and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co.,Toledo, 0., Is the only constitutional cure on
the market. Ills taken Internally In iloscs from
lOdropsto ateasponnful. It aots directly on He
blood and inunomtmriaces of the system. They
offeronel Mt4r4 dollars or any cato It falls to
cure. SendVor olrculars and testimonials. Ad
dreis, F. J. CIIENKY & CO., Toledo.O.
Sold byDrugglsts, 75 f.
Take Hall's Family IHllstorooniltpntlon.
I iCym "'"vw, sBCilJBiiyJi jmii ii'icpnMisgiiWCiH x''ltp"'J"K)ttgsii"TTKir"MsT
We closed out sixty Men's Pure Worsted Diagonal Sergo Suits at a prhe that enables us to sell them
ut $9.75 a suit, actual value $15. "Seo it in our Window." They will go on sale next Friday morning. All
that aro left over Saturday night will go in stock to sell at tho regular price.
Next 8aturday will bo tho biggest shoo day of the season "with us." Wo have made immense pro
gress in our Shoe Department. Just to show you what we think o( tho kind of shoes "We" sell we publish
to tho public that every pair that goes out of our Houso is "guarautoed" to give roasouablo satisfaction,
The only Shoe Houso in tho State that givos this-guarautee. Do you know a reasou why you should not
buy your shoes here?
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L , ,r ,.. "yew
Now stock of Looso Leaf Dooke. Prices 25c
to $7.50. Call and see.
). T. KACKLCY & Co.
Mr. Robert Lee of Esat Second street re
ceived a telegram yesterday announcing the
death of his brother, James Lee, of Indiana,
aged CO years.
T TT TiXj '"T"1
if'Now Is the lime to buy yourwkrtor
coal. See Drydea, Limestone street.
The most solcct lino of Red Seal records
ever In Maysville. November records also on
sale at Murph)'s Jewelry Store. adv.
A ftmlly of five
home in Toledo, 0.,
from two stovei.
was found doad in their
from gas that eecaped
Most Exponsivo Course
Yet given by Lyceum Committee. 8numlors.
lluy season ticket now, $2.
Wilson Has No, Majority
Arscrtlons wero mado yesterday from sev
eral quarters, where an effort has been made
to gather preliminary popular voteflgures.that
Governor Wilson did not receive amajirlly of
tbe votes cast throughout the country.
With our WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT, which
promptly relieves coughs, colds and la grippo.
It loosens the phlegm, reducing inilamntion,
. thus curinu hoarseness and bronchitis
M. F. WILLIAMS 8t
ggest SUIT BARGAIN
OFFERED IN MAYSVILLE I
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The County Doard of Education has declared
November 15 h a holiday for all teachers who
attend tbe Convention of the Ninth District
Educational Association at Ashland. Tbn Mason
county delegation will leave on the 5:20 p.
m. U. & 0. train on Thursday next.
Jkssik 0. Yancey, Superintendent.
A Look Will Suffice
You won't have to study our Blanket values, a
glance will reveal the long nap, a touch, the soft quality
and excellent weight. In our fourteen different Blanket
qualities we assure you exceptional values at each price.
Cotton Blankets 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, gi.98.
Woolnnp blankets $2.50, $3, $3.50.
All-wool Blankets, $5, $5.50. $5.90, $6.50, $7.50,
la tbe Police Court yesterday Bernard Rog
ers of the Wen Eud, charged with petit lar
ceny, was dismissed
In tbe County Court yesterday Azro Grover,
W. J. Cracrafi and F. W. Sparks wero ap
pointed appraisers of tho personal property of
Samuel Collins, deceasod.
Brings Fair Prices and Poor
Tobacco Brings Poor Prices!
Ladies' Outnig Gons!
Full sizes and made of good hoavy outing cloth.
50c to $1.25.
Sizes, 14 to 18.
Mr. W. Usybtier nnd Miss Sudie Moore, a
comely Fleming county couple of near Ewlng
S'at'on, arrive! hero on tho afternoon L. and
N. train yesttrday and wero matried at the"
bolrdlng homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramey, '
corner Third and L'moUone streets, where
everything had been arranged for their com
irg. Rev. Roger L. Clark, pastor of the
hrlstijo (.'Lurch, performed the marrlago cer
emony. Tho L. & N. has paid $0,250 to G. Lester
Taylor, a mull clerk of Offecsbnro, In settle
mont of ifjurlvs rpcolvtd In a wreck.
"Big DrtXiSlorB Vfffb
tiie LitUo PrW
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rilaysvillo's Loading Clothing
B When needing dental work call on Cartmol
Mr.M.F. Looney,Jr..nged22, of this city, and
Miss Hilda Jett, aged 18, of Poster, Ky., wero
marrlea yesterday at tho Catholic Church par
sonage, Rev. Father Jones officiating.
wide experience and skilb is
costs nothing, got the stock
9Smoke Masonlan and La Tosoa, 5c(0ts
While standing on a railroad track In front
of a nowepjper office at Elgin, III.. Jndge
Honry ii. Willis, Presiding Judge of the Northern
division of Ihj Illinois Appellate Court, waa
struck by n locomotive and both his legs wero
k !hi"m" r - cnj&EKtftreSRPis?'"