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MAYSVILLE, ICY., Ml E DAY, NOVEMBER S, 1912.
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M0TnEn;i003E imtmes.
T. Roooievelt Horner
6at la a corner
Eating hfa Third-term pic;
lie s'uek in hla thumb
And ha palled oat a plum,
And he laid: "It's an infataom lie.'
Ride a cock horse
To llanbury Cross
To see Teddy Roosevelt upon a white bone.
He has rings on his fingers
And belli on Ma lots,
And he mt: ' You're a liar" wherever he goea.
Soe the new Globe Stamp premiums. adr.
No Moro Prosperity
" It haaearly been demonstrated by one "pus
ton" that President-elect Wilson cannot deliver
the Roods commonly denominated prosperity'
An old colored man In Aberdeen who takes
away slops, etc., from tho Mineral Well Hotel
in that vlllag i Wednesday morning, following
Tuesday's Demerrratlc landslide, went to the
hotel as usual and to his amazement found
the slop barrel empty.
"Sea dart' be exclaimed, "de very next
mimic' after the Democrats elected da Presi
dent dar alVt no slop In dis barrel. lVoapar
ity am ended for striata."
DOORS
PANEL DOORS
GLASS DOORS
All kinds, all sizes, all qimHties of Doors are in our stock rooms
and we want to sell them.
20 Per Cent. Off for Cash
On any door in the honso. Nonr charged to nnv one nt these prices.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
Id corpora ted
UNION STItEKT, NGAR QECOND.
Seasonable Talks!
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt-injjj-killing
time, Thanksgiving and Tack Frost. Let
us help you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
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 havcu't what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
of time.
HUNTERS
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
FARMERS
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.
Mike Brown
THE SQUARE
Judge W. H. Rice Is In Frankfort today on
legal bualoew.
Mr. Vincent II. Perkins of Chlosgo la visit
ing relatival in the county.
U,re. Lottte Sproemberg la vlsltiog ber sla
ter, Ura. M. Creekbaum at Ripley.
Utas Uamie Archdeacon returned homo
Wedoesday after a abort visit with friends Id
Cincinnati.
iff. Dan Kldwell and liljjes Hughes and
Granite of the Ewlug schools are in Mayaville
today; visiting our schools.
UtH. W. D. Teager of Tollesboro passed
through bore today en routoj home, after u
visit with relatives nt Riley, Ky.
Mrs. J. C. Boyd and two Interesting children,
Margaret and Fred Wilson, of CottigeTlllci.
Levis county, are visiting ber sister, Ura. J.
P. paah of Bast Second street.
Mr. Josoph R. Carpenter of Front street
Fifth Ward, wilt leave in the morning for Cin
cinnati, where ho will visit bla nepbow, Mr.
Pilney Norrls and other relatives.
Hon. Tbomaa D. Siattery left for Frankfort
this morning, being called by Governor Mo.
Creary in eonaultatton with the County Judga
and County Attorneys In matters relative to
equalization of taxes in counties now supposed
to be pauper counties, but rich In mineral
wealth.
PIMENTO
Try a pound. It fa a lull N. Y.
made Into it, 1
Ws carry DllIOK, LIMBUKGER,
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If ;' Made tBto it, 1
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ot coal during tho last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
yon a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
PIIONR IIS.
Eirjht Splendid Entertainments
for only $2. High School Lyceum Course.
Stuart and 1'arletto alone worth tho money.
Ohio River Lumber Go.
DEAL MAN
Miss Teresa Erwln is said to be fatally III at
her homo In Germaotown from typhoid fever.
High School Frats Eloct Officers
The annual election of officers for the
Adolphio and Athenaeum Litorary Societies
of the Uaysvllle.HIgh School was held yester
day morning in the auditorium of the Il'gb
School. The following were elected:
ADELPHIC.
President George Fitzgerald.
Vice President Lisle Threlkeld.
Secretary Frances Geisel.
Troasurer Anna Calvert.
ATHENAEUM.
President Jamea Shaw.
Vice President Earnest Ztigler.
Secretary Nanole Taegar.
Tressarer ary Parker,
Programs will bo renderod at an early date!
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County Court
A paper bearing date of August Gtb, 1903,
with codicil attached bearing date of January
30tb, 1907, purporting to be the Isst will and
testament of Mr. L. V. Davis was produced
la Conrt and filed. The paper of date Anguat
5tb, 1903, was proven by Thomas A. Davla
ad Ida Bflle Da'ey; the codicil of date, January
30th, 1907, was proven by the testimony of
Mary Furlong, the aarvlving attesting witness
thereto to and the signature ot C. L. Bailee,
the deceased attesting witness thereto, wsa
rally proven by Thomas D. Siattery and Mary
Furlong, and same was admitted to record.
-Thomas A. Davjj, named in the last will of
Mrs. L. V. Davis, aa Executor thereof, ap
peared In Court and qualified aa such without
aurety on bond as requested In will.
CHEESE l
Cream Cheese with tho Pimentos
ROQUEFORT and any kind you
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Fancy New York Cider, 2Cc gallon. Now Orleans Molasses.
GOc gallon, Kingan's brind of Pig's Feet, the very best; try
them, three pounds for 25c, Swift's Brookfleld Sausage very
fine; try a box; only 20c, You have tried the rest; now .try tho
beet Kar-avan Coffee and Libby'a Asparogua Tips.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple BlrJrj-
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Shingles! rSaSSLt
A Million of Them!
Wo linvt just received two cnrlofultt of Clear ltcl Odar. Wo bought
them when the prlco wni low nnd wo will noil tliom at thu Lowest I'osslblo
Price. Wo nlno havo Cypress nml lplnr SIiIiikIch mid wo nrrt over-stocked
and forced to sell. Ilrlntf your wagon witliyoti. VVo friutrantro price, and
will more than meet competition. Come In and hoc. And don't you forget
that now is tho tlino to get Shingles at
THE nm&m LUffiBE CO.
Incorporated.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Aflonts for Deoring Machinery. fflaysville, Ky.
A. A. MoliVUGIIMN. X,. N. 1IKII AN.
WEATHEB REPORT
FAIR TODAY AND SATURDAY; SLIGHTLY
WARMER.
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Double Stamps Saturday at Deo Hive. adr.
Architect Simuel R. Cbunn li coavilesclrg
rapidly from his attack ot pnonmnnia.
Mrs. Dockoer Goodman will entertain a
party of yonng matrons and Mlisea with cards
this afternoon.
The threo-months-old infant daoghtor of Dr.
and Mr. J. A. Simpson remains very III at the
parents' home in Poplar street and its death is
fxpectod at evory time.
The fnneral of Mr. W. Preston Roberson
will take place tomorrow mornlngat 11 o'clock
from the Mayslick Baptist Church with services
by Rev. L. M. Thompion. Interment in Mays.
lick Cemetery.
Mr. John Biggin?, aged about 75, died last
evening at 7 o'clock at bis home in Charleston
Bottom, after a protracted illness. He was a
bacholor and leaves one brother, Tbomaa Hig.
gins. Funeral tomorrow.
.
Wilson Hospital
Mies Mabel Dunn continues to improve right
along and withcut unforaeen complication
arising will soon, be restored to her wonted
good health.
MlfsJonnio Htflinla also doing nicely fnd
will soon be able to roturn to ber home.
No Money For State Toachors
Frankfort, Ky., November 7tb. School
tetchera of tho state lll not receive the
second installment of their salaries for several
wools.
Mason county teachers will get their money
promptly as Superintendent Yaucey has (be
cash ready.
OFFICIAL COUNT IN MASON
Wilson. ... , 2.475
Taft 1.558
Roosevelt 542
Debs 0
FOR CONGRESS.
Fields, Democrat 2,485
Bailey, Republican 1,550
Ilitcbens, Progressive.... 527
TAFT RUNS SECOND
IN KENTUCKY
Louisville, Ky, Novembor 7th. Wilson
first, Tuft second and Roosevolt third. That
is the order of the finish in Kentucky of the
three leading candidates on the Presidential
ticket.
Wilson has a majority over tho combined
votes of both Taft and Roosevelt of
about 10,000 and & plurality over Taft, the
runner-up, of approximately 105,000. Taft
baa a lead over Roojovalt ot about 10,000.
Caleb Powerp, Republican, for Congress In
the Eleventh District, was re-elected by 6,000,
a rednoed Republican plurality of over 12,000.
John W. Langley, Republican, was re-elected
in tbe Tenth oyer hla Bull Moose opponent by
a large majority. Taft's plurality over Wil
son In the Eleventh, however, will not reach
5.000.
In this the Ninth Dislrlot, Fields received
24,884 votes for Congress, Bailey 14,973 and
Oitchens, 9,780.
ELECTION ECHOES
Wilson also gets Illinois, defeating Roose
velt by nearly 10,000.
W. J. Bryan is to head Wilson's cabinet as
Secretary of State, is tbe dope.
Jouett Shouae, formerly of Lexington, was
elected Democratic State Senator In Kansas.
Washington. November 7th Control of tbe
Senate In the Sixty-third Congress is now prac
tically assured to tbe Democrats.
President Taft issued his fourth and last
Presidential Thanksgiving proclimatloo yes
terday, designating Thursday, November 28, h,
aa a day of Natloncl Thanksgtvlog.
On President Taft's return to Washington
Governor lladley conferred with him. Askod
If he would tako second place on the Republi
can ticket, Governor Hadley said, "I bavoiA
been asked."
"Tha special session of Congross shortly
after Governor Wilson his been Inaugurated
Is tbe program, and I have no reason for
doubting that will be tbe course pursued," said
Congressman Oscar Underwood.
FILED FOR RECORD
Will of Mrs. L. V. Davis Admittod to
Probato Yesterday
The will of Mrs. L. V. Davis waa admitted
to probate In tbe County Court last afternoon.
ller business bouso In Sutton streot below
Second, and tbe one occuplod by Dan Coheo lo
Second street near Satton, are loft, absolutely
and forover, to ber cloce, Miss Mollle T. Ed
monds. The residence property In Court street near
tha Courthouse is left to ber niece, Mrs. Ida
Belle Daley, absolutely and forever.
Tbe business house la Second street opposite
Court, occupied by Mlia Emma B. Luman and
others, is left, absolutely and forever, to hor
husband, Thomas A, Davis.
Her gold watch waa given to Miry Bodey,
aad all other personal property to be divided
among tbe devlaaec.
At directed la tbe will, br hBtbud,Tboau
A Davis, qsaWkd u Exeeatsr wltk-ost boad,
d m tatstorv or MKtitWMt la to ba ra
flM SI MM.
C CABLISH
rail Clothes
and Football
Important Topics Now.
DOTU INTEREST MEN
Especially tho younR men, who
have rich, red blood flowing in their
veins und aro careful about their np
pocrance. Wo aro "lined up" now,
ready for you to "tackle" the impor
tant clothes game. Our signal is
"GVARANTEED
CLOTHES!"
Onr celebrated clothes are hand
somer than ever for this season, and
you will surely find your stylo here,
no matler whether you favor tho ex
treme English or the Americanized
English model. Suits and Overcoate
to please in style and price.
Geo. It Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
THE PARAMOUNT INT
At our store this week is the Corset Demonstration now in progress. A corsetiere ol
here lu talk corsets to you not to sell them if you are not ready to buy. Be fitted, it
number ol the corset, theti 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 additions 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.
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The: ruiiuc Ledger from now until January
1st, 1914. for $3.
Dr. J. U. Taulbee of Joplin, Mo., arrived
Wednesday afternoon and left the aatno n'ght
for New York on professional business. Re
turning be will stop over for a few days to
visit tho family ot his eon, Dr. W. H.Taolbee.
Double
And everybody is happy
in and see the new Globe Stamp
Coafs, Suits and Dresses.
If you are looking for a new coat,
suit or dress, we beliove we can give
you some very good advice. The
largost nnd most complete stock that
we havo evor had.
Suits $12.50 to $29.
Coats $5 to $29.
Dresses $4.98 to $25.
Ladies' Heavy Poplin Raincoats
$4 98. A real $7.50 value. Tanorblue.
Double Stamps Saturday at I!oi Dive, adv.
Wanted A largo safe. 'Phono Home
Warehouse Co. adv,
Mr. Mck'aczla of Huntington. W. Va.. Ii
visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Dr. A. It. Qulgley
or Hast Third street.
The Only Place in Muysvillo
To see a representative line of Victor. Vic
trolae. Every style $15, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
There Is mnro Catarrh In this section of the
country than ail other diseases put together, nnd
until tho last few years was supposed to be Incur
able, Foragroat many years doctors pronounced
tt alocaldlseaseand prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly falling to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Kclenco has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and
thercforerequlrescoastltutlonaUreatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, 0., Is the only constitutional cure on
the market. It Is taken Internally In doses from
tOdrops to a toaspoonf ul. It acts directly on the
bloodandmucoussurfaces of the system. They
orferonc ti m Irj.i dollars for any case It falls to
ourc. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, P. J. CHENI'.Y & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75?.
TakoIIaH'sFamlly Plllsforconstlpatlon.
mamID- HEOHIlSra-EJI
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The Biggest SUIT BARGAIN
EVER OFFERED IN MAYSVILLE uef
We closed out sixty Men's Pure Worsted Diagonal Sergo Suits at a prise that enables us to sell them
at $9,75 a suit, actual value $15, "Seo it in our Window." They will go on sale next Friday morning, All
that are left over Saturday night will go in stock to sell at the regular price.
Next Saturday will be the biggest shoe day of the season "with us." We have made imraenso pro
grees in our Shoe Department. Just to show you what we think of the kind of shoes "We" sell we publish
to the public that every pair that goes out ot our House is "guaranteed" to give reasonable satisfaction,
The only Shoe House in the State that gives this guarantee. Do you know a reason why you should not
buy your shoes here?
D. HECHINGER & CO. MW5Vill8'sShLri;c,0,l,iDn m
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New stock of Loose Leaf Dooka. Prices 25c
to $7.50. Call and see.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
Ur. and Mrs. Milton Taylor of Augusta an
nounce tbe engagement of their daughter,
Elolse, to Mr. M. W. Walters ot Washington,
D. C. Augusta Chronicle.
.&Now la the time to buy yourwioter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Advertisement)
Tbo most select line of Red Seal records
ever In Mayaville. November records also on
salo at Murpbj'a Jewelry Store. adv.
.JrdL LJ -LN X
Stamps
election is over, crops are fine
Premiums.
Children's Coats Some new ones
havo arrived. $1.98 to $10.
House Dresses and Kimonas 98c
to 4 00.
Children's School Dresses 50c to
$5.00.
Children's Raincoats and Capes
$1.98 to $3.98.
Blankets and Comforts 49c to $6.
Best values that can be bought.
Underwear The good kind. 25c
to $2.
Doublo Stamps Saturday at Bee Hiro. adv.
M'P. M. J. Flarlty, who has been ill for
several weols at her parents' home io Auguats,
baa recovered and is again at her home in
Mayaville.
Nick Lofiflwortli Beaten By 96
Cincinnati, November 7th. Complete but
unofficial canvasa the of tho vote for Congress
man for the First Ohio District indicates that
Stanley Uowdl, Democrat, has defeated
Congressman Nicholas Longworth, son-U-law
of Colonel Roosevelt, by a plurality 0C.I6.
Cure Cough
With our WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT, which
promptly relieves coughs, colds and la grippe.
It loosens the phlegm, reduciug innamation,
thus curinu hoarseness and lironchitis.
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Wantod Good cook Apply at this office.
Sanfortl Scliatile
Mr. Charlea C. Sanford, aged 25, and Mips
Margaret C. Schadle, aged 21, both of Mason
county, were married in this city yesterday,
Rev. Maurice Waller officiating.
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, $1.98.
Wool-nap blankets $2.50, $3, $3.50.
All-wool Blankets, $5, $5.50. $5.90, $6.50, $7.50,
$8.95.
BWilllam Gleason, aged 84, died Tuesday
near Germanlowo.
Internal Rovenue
Deputy Colloctor C C. Hopper roports
$ 1G,500 as amouot of collections at this point
for month of October.
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Colonel Titus V. Ellis, a former popular
Mayaville printor, now one of the prosperous
bustlers of Washington City, where he controls
a very lucrativo business venture, is visiting
hi borne folks In Abordcon and his many
Mayaville friends, not forgetting The LedOer
printery. Mr. Ellis has been down to Hot
Springs, where ho says he bad a large share of
III health boiled out of his system. "Tite'Ms
is one of the boys whp la always welcome back
to Ohio and Kentucky.
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Most Expensive Course
Yet given by Lyceum Committee.
8numtorsi
Ituy season ticket now, $2.
"Bifl Drufjstore Wflh
(he Little Prtou
&; CO.auyuu.
jPO-When needing dental work call on Cartmol
Moore Dollins
Mr. C. T. Moore, aged 21, and Miss Nettle
Dollins, aged 21, of Falrvlew, Ky., were mar
ried in tbe County Clerk'a olBce yesterday,
Judge W. 13. Rice performing tbe ceremony.
wide experience and' skill is
costs nothing, got the stock
right model.
1912
j2Smoke Masonian and La Twos, 5 cents
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Mr. Frank Dunn of Noblesville, Iod., joined
his mother, Mrs. Dunn, bore and both are at
the bedside ot the former's daughter, Mlsa
Mabel Dunn, the young lady who was shot by
accident a short timo ago by J. D. Ganlt.
Miss Dunn continues to Improve nicely.
EREST
aturday
and money is plentiful. Come
SHOES
We have them now. The very
best shoes you, aro looking lor.
Ladies' $1.50 to $4.25. s
Men's $3 to 5.
Boys' $1.50 to $3.50,
Children's $1 to $2,50.
Our uow stock ol Rubbers are
here. We sell only tho best. Men's,
Good Heavy Work Shoes $3 to $4;
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