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I meant to do my work today,
Hut n brown bird sane lo tbo apple tree,
And a butterflr flitted across tbo flelJ,
And all the leaves were calllnnR me.
Harper's Magazine.
I meant to do my work today,
Rot how is n guy who U broke to choose?
For a wealthy chap flitted across my way
And bought me fourteen rounds of booz.
Cincinnati Enquirer.
I meant to do my work today,
Dot a swell looVlns skirt Rot me by the neck.
And as is always the way, she hid the Bay,
And that's nhy I'm broke, by heck!
C. F. N.
Tho Ladies' of tbo First Baptist Chnrch will
meet with Mr p. SalHa Rlcketts at the Hill
Uouso this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Ur. and Mrs. William M. Breeze have
moved to FlemicRsburc where he has charge
of his brother EJward Broezj's moving picture
tboater, and he reports business fine.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tbo steady
output ot coal during tho last few
yenra has mode the dealers puBh for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSV1LLE COAL CO.
PIIONK 14.
pr When neodinjt dental work call on Cirtmol
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tTTIiii rubllo JU-dBcr, local nad loot
pUtnitro 'Phone No. 40.
HOMESEEKERS'
OPPORTUNITY!
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A substantial cottiiRC of three rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
ft red for enlc nt a bargain, Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
Seasonable Talks!
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Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ng, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
sJiekypuget 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 haveit 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 !
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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 DEAL MAN
E9Sraoko Hasonlan and La Tosoa, 5 cents
Labor Union No. 250 will have a oiled
meeting on .Thursday night, November 21st,
All membors aro requested to be present as
business of importance will be transacted.
Veuneii Fossktt, President,
William Brooks, Recording Secrotary.
In aSerious Way
Mr. Harvey Rice, son of Judge W. II. Hlce,
who sustained a double fracture of the right
rm Socday mornlog while exercising a young
stallion at his home near Lewisburg, was
brought here yesterdoy and placid In Wilson
Hospital for treatment. Mr. Rice's Injuries
are noro serious than at first thought to be.
Buried in Maysvillo Comotory
The remains of Mr. Dettie Smoot, accom
psnled by Dr, and Mrs. Charles E. Smoot, ar
rived here yesterday morning from Richmond,
Ky., and wero conveyed direct from tho L. &.
N. depot to tbo Uaysville Cemetery where she
was burled by the side ot btr husband, Ileory
Smoot, wbo preceded hir to the grave num
ber of years ago. A large number of relatives
tod friends from tbo city sod county attended
the burial.
Wilson Hospital Notes
Mrr.S. G. fllbler Is improving slowly, and
Urs. Lowery Orr is getting along nicely.
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Tobacco is Soaring
Carlisle Advocate.
Letton Vimont of -near Millersburg stated
Friday that be had been offered 18 cents for
several thousand pounds of his crop of tobacco
and that he declined tbo offer. James Mar
tain wbo claims to have about 50,000 pounds
says he refuied 12J cents one day last week.
These prices should certainly sound good to
the farmer who has plenty of tho wood to
sell.
Appointed Stato Gamo Warden
Paris News.
Mr. Goorge U. Hill, formerly chief of police
of this city and later an official ot the State
Penitentiary at Frankfort, was last weok ap
pointed State Game Warden by Executive
Agent J. Q. Ward of the Fish and Game Com
mission. Mr. Hill has entered on his duties
and was last weok assigned the task of run
ning down alleged violation ot the game laws
In this stato, which osrrled him from Kentucky
over the line Into Indians.
SPECIAL SALE ON GRAPE FRUiTe
MedlHm Size ...Oo Each. Largo Size 7Ho aoh.
Tryajurofonr FKUNDKLIi MINCEM15A . II Wtbe beet ever.
Vbh ctu't raakelc ma Rood. Wo bare one hundred pleased ca
toner oa this one article.
GEISEL & CONRAD,
Seasonable Suggestions i
Just received, NEW Evaporated Peaches and Apricots,
Buckwheat and Pancake Flour, PURE Maple Syrup,
Fancy Eating Apples. Join the throng of satisfied
dainkers of El Perco Coffee. We can furnish the best
Aluminum Coffee Percolators at manufacturers' cost.
J. C CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
SMnyCS m Shingles I
I Million of ThemI
Wo IiAvtJnHt received two carloaila of Clear Itcd Cedar. ,Wo botiRht
them when tho prico was low and wo will sell tliom at tho Lowest Fount bio
Price. Wo also Mavo Cypress mid Poplar Shingle and wo aro ovcr-atookod
and forced to sell. Bring your wnfrnn with yon. Wo jfnarantro prlcoi), and
will tuoro thnn tnoct competition. Conio in and tec. And don't you forget
that now is tho timo to RctShinglCHat
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Incorporated.
Got limestone and Second Sircets. 'Phone 51 9 .
Anonts for Doering Machinery. Maysviile, Ky.
A. A. McTiAUatllilN. I,. N. HKI1AN.
Hogs that aro fat and in fine condition are
selling sround 7 cents per pound.
Court of Appeals says Circuit Clerks aro en
titled to $5 feo in all felony cases.
LEXINGTON MARKET
Opened Yostorday Immense Crowd
in Attendance
Lexington Herald.
Quality and condition considered, along
with the fact that on account of the dry sea
son no great quantity could be counted on,
tbe tobacco market for the season 1912 3
openod in Lexington yestorday with a small
army of buyers, all eager to get n llco on
general conditions, and a crowd of growers and
spectators that was most flittering to the
warehouse interests.
Approximately 118,000 pounls of tobacco
was scld at from $-1 to $33, the bulk ot the
offerings averoRlng well. Former Deputy
Sheriff J. Cloud Uosworth received tho highest
price of tho day, a basket of h'fih grade cigar
ette tobacco brlngiog $33 a hundred. Mr.
Bosworth's tobacco averaged $23.25 .t hundred
and was sold through the Sbolburne warehouse.
Other crops averaged $12 50, $14, $10 and
$18 at tho various warehouse?.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIR TODAY AND THURSDAY.
BUD DARNALL
Taken Back to Fleming County to
Face a Chargo of Forgery
Nearly every Ira ling tobacco man in Mays
viile was at the opening salos In Lexington
yesterday. Thirty-one going out from this
city.
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WEDDED AT HARRIMAN
Dr. Thomas Nelson Smith of
Maysviile Marriedto Miss
Mabel Scott
A wedding that has cnused a ripple
o( surprise and excitement here was
tho announcement yesterday afternoon
that Dr. Thomas Nelson Smith, only
son ot Dr, and Mrs. T. II, N. Smith
ot this city, and Miss Mabel Scott wero
married at Harriman, Tennessee, on
Saturday evening last, at 8 o'clock, at
the home of tho bride's parents, Judgo
and Mrs. J. V. Scott.
Bo secretive was tho happy groom
concerning his marriago that his, im
mediate family were ignorant of any
tacts concerning it, only that Nelson
had gone on a visit to Harriman.
Tho bride, who is a lovely blonde, is
well and favorably known to Maysviile
people and only recently was tho guest
here of Miss Nannie Thompson and
Miss EdnaWebHter Gilmore, her close
frionds. The young doctor was a de
voted Buitor and was very much in her
company while here,
The brido'e father, Judgo Bcott, is a
prominent Tennessee lawyer and is
now attorney for the Queen & Ores
cent Itailway Cijmpauy at Harriman,
The nuptials were very quiot, only
a few intimates in xiarnmun uesiaes
the family being in attendance.
Tho I'reebyterSan ring ceremony was
invoked by tho resident officiating
minister.
Dr, Nelson Smith, the' groom, is
one ot Maysville's most worthy and
rising young gentlemon and has been
associated with his father here in
business for a number of years,
Dr. 8mith ami his brido will resido
in Maysviile with his paronts and the
bappy couple's scores of friends will
unite in giving them a royal old Ken
Uud Darnell, whoso pardon from tho Ken
tucVy Penitentiary is only of recent date, is
again lo tbo tolls of the liw, havlrg been de
livered over to Deputy Sheriff Oaughorly and
returned to Flcmlog county to face a chargo
of forgery, acd it Is alleged tbo evidence Is
dead sga'nst him and it will not be long be
fore ho is agtin cccopylog his old cell in tbe
State Prison.
It was a pitiful eight to witness tbo dis
tress of bis wITe, little obildVen and aged
mother, as they bid blm good byo at the L &
K Depot list afternoon as he departed In
chargo of tbo Fl ruing County Sheriff. His
family and mother reside In tho West Bad.
The Only Place in Maysvillo
To see a representative line of .Victor- Ylc
trolaa. Every style $15, $25, $40, $E0 up to
$200. Usrpby, the Jeweler, will gladly play
then for you. adv.
Advertised Letters
Delow Is a list of lottora remaining uncalled
for at the Maysvillo (Ky.) Postofflco for the
week ending November 20, 1912:
Cartor, El 0vnbey, Goorgo
Crabtree.UIsa Ronena Parker, Clarence
DoblnB, D. L. Presley, Amos
Faul, Fritz Smlth.Mr.and Uh.V.P.
Helium, James W. Wall, James
Ono cent due on each of above.
Persons calling for these letters will ploaso
say that they are advertised.
I Cuiiencb Mathews, Postmaster.
RESPITE GIVEN THE ALLENS
Hii'HMOND, Va,, November 19th.
Governor Mann this morning granted
Floyd and Olaude Allen a respito until
December lyth. They wero sentenced
to death in tho electric clmir November
22d for their part in the Hilisville,
Va,, Courthouse murders.
BECKER AND FOUR TO DIE
New York, November 19tb. "Gyp, the
Blood," "Lefty Louie," "Dago Frank" and
"Whltey" Lewis killed Herman Rosenthal, ths
gambler, at the instigation of Charles Becker,
and llko him must piy the penalty ot death la
the electric chair. The Jury returned a ver
dict of murder In tbe first degree after Jiut
twonty minutes of deliberation.
A BEW
BLjjgi
Twenty per cont. of deaths result
acute coughs and colds,
WiUmMS' COUGH SVRUP
Cures tho cough that olten proves fatal.
ME Uffifl I IAU8 Ik PH "Bui Drurjslnre WMh
fi W ILl.lAffNd II uUi the Uttlo Price.-
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HIElOHIlSrOEDR & OO.kto.
The Quality Store
And You
Know It
No sensational "so-called" bargnins, Always full value more often more than thatfor your money.
Our Overcoats Jind Suits we are selling for $6.50, $10 and $12 are unmatchable bargains. Compare
with others' Higher grade Suits and Overcoats at $18, $20 and $25; include the HirschVickwire and Col
lege Brands, found only in our House.
Our Underwear is the best value for the money in town. Better Jeans and Corduroy Pants for the
money than can be found elsewhere. "Compare."
The host Men's and Boys' Shoes in town. Each pair guaranteed to give reasonable satisfaction. "The
Kind" wc sell warrants our guarantee. Hare is where you want to buy Shoes.
D. HECHINGBR & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing
Shoo Shop.
The Public Lbdger from now until Januuy
1st, 1914, for $3.
Welcome back to Uaysville, Colonel Billy
Sons! He" came In on the Courier this morn
Idr acd there was no brass band to meet
blm.
Carpenters and Joiners Local Union will
have a called meeting Friday, November 22J.
All members are requesfod to be present, as
business of importance will be transacted.
L It. SlMUON'S, President.
Bruce Snapp, Secretary.
SPECIAL OFFER!
All new subscribers and all those paying tp
past does for The Public Luhjer, and wbo
pay $3, one year's eubseription, cssb, will b
given the paper from now until January 1st,
1914.
yBCSSSSSKXtSCXSLMUlSB
Women's Smartly
Tailored Suits
Some recent expressions of Mr. Hunt's good
taste. Wide choice of fabrics diagonal serge, mix
tures, whipcord, cheviot and men's-wear serge made
by a manufacturer who plans cnrefully for women of
critical taste. Tailored as you liko them with the
smallest detail carefully executed. Recommended for
hard service.
$22.50
BUT WORTH MORE
Black, navy, brown.
SPECIAL PRICES
Have been placed on several groups of Suits that will
interest you if you are looking for- quality at a price
much below its worth. Included in this Bargain Of
fer are some excellent Goats for girls from 8 to 15
years. 1 wo prices, $5 and 7.50.
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NEW KID GLOVES
Not the gloves that MAY be good, but the
kind that ARE good. Mannish kid, stylish shades of
tan Gloves that court hard service. Price $1.
Same style but lighter weight $1.
Dress Gloves in tan, white, black, gray $1.
All new kid, this season's importation.
A BARGAIN IN SHIELDS
Pure rubber, silko covered Shields, absorbent
and washable. Regular 25c quality for 15c sizes.
Sizes 2 to 4.
This is the most remarkable offer in shields
we have ever made.
It will pay you to buy a year's supply.
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Yeaterdsy N. S. Calhonn qualified as Notary
Public with C P. Calhoun surety on bond.
Tho Inventory and appraleemsnt ot tbe per
sonal estate of John Higglus, deceased, was
produod in tho County Court, filed and ordered
recorded.
jNow la the time to buy yourwloter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone atreet.
(AdvertlitmeBt)
The moat select Has of Red Seal records
ever In Uaysville. November records also on
sale at Murphy's Jewelry Store. sdv.
The average monthly salary ot American
school teachers In 1870 was $28.54. Ic is
now $61.70.
Mr. Joseph Koewles ot Ripley and Miss Luis
Sutherland of Xanla, Ohio, were married in
j Cincinnati Uonday.
The Ledger Giving Dishes Away
We bave 30 sets of beautiful bias aid f til
enameled dishes, 45 pieces to the set, (Off
enough for any Thanksgiving tabU, it par wt
to new subscribers paying oat year la advaitt
JG In all. Come In and ezamlnt thtaa.
Step Right Into One of Those Pretty
One-Piece Dresses
Why bother with a dressmaker? Why get the head
ache? Why should you worry? The newest ef
fects in stylish costumes in Serges, Silks, Char-
meuse, etc. Any necessary alterations will bedone
by our dressmaker.
The Lowest Price is $4.98. The Highest Price is $25.
ALL SIZES IN STOCK TODAY.
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