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MAYSVUiliB, KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29,1912.
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LAY OP THE CAnEFHEB DYNAMtTr.lt.
Te,me your attention and I'll tell you of my
Ilere and there about tbo glubo with torch
houses jast to mako n aort of human
Blowing careless people op to try to make
I took a train at Buffalo,
(Think It was the B.&O.)
Rode arouod to Saginaw,
Met a man named Jim McGraw,
Showed htm forty-seven sticks
Of dynamite to (urn our tricks;
Blew a church aftd steeply down,
Then meanderedfrom the town.
- Jlext I went to Kankokee,
Met a man natfifed BUI Mcuee;
William says: ''it's up to you;
Blow the bridge up" and I blew.
Westward then I chanced to roam;
Came upon an orphma' home;
Orphans bad non-union pas,
(Uaybe, too, non-union ma)
So I takes a little bomb
Blows 'em Into Klngtoro Com?.
Thus around tbo world I so
Seeking something I can blow;
Nothing givos roe more delight
Than to take my dynamite
Light the fue and set the clock,
So's to blew up half a block.
C. H. ilutgrove in Louitville Post,
Mr. James M. Hall of Huntington, W. Vs.,
came down Thinksgivirg to erijiy n brief
visit with his family.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ol conl during the last few
years has made the dealers push or
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
yon a greater value for your money.
You will nover get out ol debt uuless
you buy wisely.
MAYSV1LLE GOAL CO.
On next Monday, County Court dy, at 2
o'clock will be sold a cottago of fire rooms and
two halls situated In Third street, Fifth Ward,
between Lexington and Walnut streets, the
property of Charles and Joseph Collins.
Charles F. Taylor, auctioneer.
A substantial cottage ol three rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is oN
It red tor sale at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
us help you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
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HsiCard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
ip Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamp?, and in fact anything
you need. If we raveu t what you vvant in stock, we
iwill take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
ot time. - -.
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to make our store your own. Come
Jfth Buggy l)uycrs-in-waiting, if you want some rare bar-
"gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money,
1 can make the price. We would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
top worklog shoes $2.50.
(1 and Fifty Peoplo
at Hlnh School
jond number of the Mayavllle High
tare course last nlgbt at the Audi
t the rtsplencent musical comblna-
. tateroatlooal Operatic Company..
tore was a gem and erery per-
rtlit. The entire program was
to and ,.th6 entertainment ot
s and'ezctllesea from orerture
f the necond act of Flotow'a
as charmloelr dona and was
Limit for county tszes Norembar 30th.
Don't wait till the last day. Office will be
closed each day at 4 o'clock.
W. H. MACior,
Sheriff ot Maeon County,
Verdict For $2,000
A trial of unosutl Interest bas been recently
concluded In the Bracken CIrcnit Court. On
last March George U. Jett, who bad boon at.
tending the tobacco sales In Usyaville, left on
the afternoon accommodation for Wellsbnrg,
and while In the smoking car was assaulted by
two alleged employes of the C. & O. Railway
Company and his face badly cut with brass
knucki. Two eommerclil travelers saw the
Bsaault and came to his rescue In time to save
his life. After full hearing the Jury awarded
a verdict for $2,000, and his Honor, Judge 0.
D, Newell entered judgement accordingly.
Attorneys W. A. Bryon nnd A; D. Cole
represented the plaintiff.
Seasonable Suggestions !
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 Bldrj.
ahouIdsot prerent ynu considering
about your lumber supplier. If you
are ready for Interior finish we can
'furnish anything you dfslre in bard
or soft woods, sash, doors, moaMlncs,
flooring and all kinds of mill work.
MASON LUMBER GO.
CORNER SECONO AND LIMESTONE STREETS.
MAYSVILLE, KY- PHONE 619.
AGENTS FOR DEERINQ MACHINERY.
A. A. McLaughlin. I.. N. Itelun.
Silurday Is Red Letter Day and Double
Stamps nt Merz Drop.
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Mr. Ssmuel Uaybrler, aged 23, and Hiss
Mettle Groves, aged 21, of Oakwoods, Fleming
county, were married In this city Wednesday,
Judge W. II. Rice officiating.
Mr. P. J. Sparks, sgod 52, and Mrs. Mary J.
King, aged 40, of Marlon, Ind, were married
last evening at tbo rrMJenco of the officiating
minister, Rev. Roger L. Clark, Pastor of the
Christian Church. It was the groom's third
marriago and second one ot the blushing bride.
Saturday will be hat Red Letter Day be
Notod Prisonor Pardoned
Amianv, N. Y., Novemb?r 27th. Albest T.
Patrick, who Is serving a life sentence In Sing
Sing Prison for the murder of William Marsh
Rice, an aged millionaire, in New York City on
September 23J, 1900, was pardoned tonight
by Governor Dix.
CALEB POWERS MARRIED
Congrossman Caleb Powers of Darbonrvlllo
Ky., Representative from the Eleventh Con
gressional District of Kentucky, was marrlod
at Newport to II I.' 3 Anna Dorothy Kaufman?
The ceremony, which was only attended by
tho rt-htlvo) nf tbo two, was performedsby
Judge Harry M. Hawkins.
Tbo couple left immediately after tho wod
ding for WnihinRtnp.
It insures you against the many ills which, in the begin
ning, needed a good tonic. Iro-Quino gives you an appetite,
strengthens and builds up the system. 30c.
E USll I RAHC fi aPsTI "B,Q Drugstore With
FAIR AND WARMER TODAY
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rWhsn nstding dental work call on Cartmel
The remains of Patrick Comer will arrive
here tbls evening from Amirillo, Texas, and
the funeral will take place tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock from St. Patrick's Church. Inter
ment In Washington Cemetery.
j EVENTS !
SALE ON GRAPE FRUIT
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tour VS&f ' KLIi MINOEMBA. I'. It U Ibe . best ever.
m1. We hve mio bnatdred ptosuted oh.
OEISEL & OONRAa
There will bo a beautiful danco this eveniug
at the borne of Mrs. George T. Hunter in
Postofflce Square and a large number of the
groaing-up folks will trip the light fantastic.
It is a Leip Year aft At given by the youog
ladies to the young gents and it will also be a
most enjiyabie Thanksgiving function.
Mrs. Euzene Meiz entertained tbo Nomads
on Wednesday last with a very unique ".Shakes
p?rian TnankfgMoR Monu."
Mri Ciaronco Wood, Mrs. W. G. Lewis and
Mrs. LucIod Maltby were eqially fortunate In
their answers, bat in tbo drawing for the prize
Vlrs. Maltby 's lucky star wai in the ascendant
and she became tto happy posjesjor of a
handsome Shakesperian calendar for 1913.
The lesson for the nfternoon was most ably
led by Mrs. Wood, who proved conclusively
that Fletcher and not thaliird of Avon was the
authot of the disputod hy. "The ToNoblo
The Ciub adjourned with many pleasant
memories ot the afternoon.
The 1'bilic Lkdckk from now until JaLiiry
1st, 1914, for $3.
Governor James II. McCroiry bss appointed
Judge W. II. R'cj of Maysville, a delegate to
represent the State of Kentucky at tbo Na
tional Csnvontlon of the Amirlcin Road
Building Atsoclathn to bo hell nt Cinclonati
on tbe.3J, 4tb, 5.h nnd G-.h of Dcomber,1912.
An Agreed Setlioment
Yesterday tbo Equitable Truit Company, as
Administrator ot Charles Wood', docoised, by
its Attorney, Hon. A. D. Cule, tfTdcted a set
tlement with the C &.O. Rilrsy Company for
the death of sail doftnlant at the agreed sum
of $3,200. "
It will be remembered thit tba decedint
was (truck and killed near the Csrmel street
crossing a few weoks ego, and suit was con
templated but a compromijo wai finally
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Maysville's Best and
Busiest Clothing and Shoe Store ! I
Always on the lookout to turniah our patrons "startling bargains," We've got two "Oyercont Sur
prises" 'for this week thit yon cannot aft jrd to overlook. Some sixty odd all-wool Cheviot am) Cassimcro
Overcoats, 52-inches long, convertible collars, some with belts and some without, suflicientlv heavy for
severe winter weather, that wo secured at a price that enables us to sell them at $7.75. Another unmatch
able bargain consists in a number ot refined and distinctive styles, excellent fabrics, splendid colors and
the very newest models. These Overcoats are full worth up to $25. Our price during this we'ik is $16.50.
"Overcoats De Luxe," in Chinchillas, Fur Beavers and Irish Frieze. These wo consider the hand
someBt garments ever shown in Maysvilln. Trice $25 to $30.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing
High School Defoated
The First District School defeated the High
School boys in a game of basket ball Wednes
day by a score ot G to 4. RefereeDale.
Time 20 minutes.
11 r. Gerald Murphy, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Murphy of Bist Fourth street, un
derwent on operation last night at Wilson Hos
pital for appendicitis. lie is reported having
had a good night and doing nicely this morning.
All new subscribers and all tbose paying up
put duea for The Puiuc Ledojcx, and who
pay $8, on year's subscription, cssb, wiO be
given tho paper from now until January let,
Was the Thanksgiving Out
pouring Yesterday at
the City Mission
Carload of Donations
An army, composed of tin sc'uool children
of tba city, captured tho City Mislon on
Thanksgiving ove and held Mrs. Drock and
Miss ilurd willing prisoners till they disposed
of tho bundles and packages with which they
These little "soUIors of tbo common good"
led by our Prof. J. W. Bradner, Superintendent
of City Schools, and his corps of excellent
teachers, entered most heartily into Ibis, the
largest olTerlogof clothing and provisions that
has ever been contributed to tbo city work.
One of the -teachers gave oach pupil an
offering in money to add to tbo child's gift.
On lst night Miss Ilurd, who bas charge
of the young people, pretented the children of
the Industrial schools in a most dollghtful and
Interesting Thanksgiving program. Spa:s
forbids onf giving tho program In full.as eich
number was worthy of special mention.
From the tiny tots with their very brief
recitations, to the larger boys and girls In
their lengthy exerclsss and songs thero was
not a flaw,
"The First Thanksgiving Day," sung by six
little Puritan maids In csps and kerchiefs was
Probably the btst bit of comedy was a
recitation of "Pumpkin Pis," In which a real
piece of plo figured conspicuously.
It was a happy evening for both paronta
and cWUrw who fssl that MlssIIurd's coming
te"ata7ltt,WM oa of their griaUst blw-
Mr. Hunt has sent us some Tailored Shirtwaists of snowy white madras in several smart models. One has
broad tucks J own the front, fasteniucr in the centet plait with three handsome pearl buttons. Another has a stvUV
touch of embroidery, so closely resembling handwork only an expert could detect tho difference. There are several
other designs equally nttractivc. Each shirtwaist has a soft collar which is detachable and can be replaced with aTk
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One Dollar Serge
We have a hard time keeping it in stock. We
order enough for a month's selling and in half that time
a re-order must be sent. Plenty now in black and
navy. Every one tells us it is an unprecedented value.
There is no labric more used this season and our $i
quality answers every requirement of super-good serge
weight, width, rich color, wear-resisting weave, dust
nd rain shedding surlace.
Don't treat our assertion that we sell THE
BEST HOSIERY as an empty boast. We not only
want you but invite and urge you to mako comparisons.
Take value for value, our Ten, Fifteen, Nineteen and
Twenty-five Cent Stockings for Women, compare them
critically with hosiery bought elsewhere and if we don't
command your stocking trade it's because you can't rec
ognize hosiery value.
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jS"Smoko Masonlan and La Toaaa, 5 ooota
Mr. II. L. Hamilton, here visiting relatives
and late manager of the Orpbeum Theater,
Walnut Hills, CInolnnall, bas been transferred
to Chicago In a similar position, and will leave
todoy for that city.
"Now Is tht time to buy yourwlntsr
eoal. 8m Dry den, Limestone street.
Messrs. John Walsh, II. W. Cole and I. N.
Foster were appointed appraisers of the per
sonal property ot Charles Woods, deceased.
Five warehouses bad sales on tho Lexington
markot Wednesday, aggregating 45,000 pounds,
at prices ranging from $4, very common, to
$21.50 for the top price of a colory lot.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Barbour Russell, Miss Battle
Dobyns and Mr. Gordon Sulser motored out to
Lexington Wednesday and attended the Maudo
Adams-Peter Pan spectacle at the Lexiogton
Grand opera house that evening, motoring
back and arriving home at 3 a. m. Thurs
&HaU RED LETTER DAY!
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A Great Purchase of "Bischof " Suits and Coats
We have just closed out from Bischof, Sterne & Stein a big lot of Coats and
Suits at a very low price. The name "Bischof" on a Suit or Coat insures it as a flaw-les3-made
garment that will fit and hold its shape and that is beautifully tailored. The
Suits aro all handsomely lined with satin and shields in oach garment. These Suits
are worth $25 to $40.
Choice of This
Lot on Saturday
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The Coats are the newest season's models and smartly tailored. Prices will
be $11.95 to 519,95.
BISCHOF SUITS AND COATS are only sold in the beat stores in every
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