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It is good storage that mellows taste. We
bought our Whiskies eight years ago.
.That's why our Whiskies are better.
Carried in bond eight years. Think of it !
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
MAYSVILLE. JO.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1912
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
on!; got a lamb,"
ne'er ba said ot mo .-
ii oan eel my coat. . '
FtreWorVe, at O'Koefo'a.
mfy' SlIpparB for
AKI.EV & Co.
HD'J Mlsa Julia llulrworn
iQiIoctoD Wednssday. They
llnent families of FlcmioR.
it your Xtnns. orders with
t eafo and will cot tb
y. Oranges lGc to 30a
to 80c pound. All otber
ptuue Uall Building.
I MAYSVILLE READERS
Irsa with noble patience
Jaof.e, pain' about tbe
utflzzlneaa and urinary
reliof became she
55 pain lu tbo back or
to tha m ' Often
longested and inflamed,
nay trouble if tbe ee-
fquant orhcanty. Then
pdneys. Don't expsct
Info won tbo praise of
Liey arn endorsed nt
bt woman't) convloc-
48 ad ptreet.
I T0 cents,
ao'd take no
rposo of the
Vifls Cluh? "
'ou and others
Wo Havo It
A beaotlfol line of Cbriatmat presents, 1
cent to $10, at the Sallle Wood Drug Store.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FUEL
Little Town of Foster to
.Supplied By Columbia
Tha little village of Foster, this county, la
certainly displaying a most proareaaiva spirit
and a movement U almost cousummated that
will prova of almost inestimable benefit to tbo
citizens of that place. As la well known the
jjaa pipe line runs rary near Foster, and tha
paoplo realizing tbo benefit derived from tbe us
of natural gaa, started a movement to sapplythe
town with gas. Thirty-four of the citlzins
algned an agreement to use gas, of whloh num
ber several bave bad ibeir homes piped for
gat, and we ara Informed that It will b but
a short time until tha people there will as
nslog gaa for both lighting and beating pur
pose;. We are also Informed that Lenox
burg has caught the fever and the residents
of that thriving littla burg, although looatad
four or fivo miles from the pipe line, ar
seriously considering ooanecting with tbe
main line and using gaa also.
Tbe gas rptnpany Installed tha lystam at
Foster, canning the pipa to the curbing in
fi'ont of tbe places using ga. For the first five
yeara a rate of 30 cents per 1,000 cubic feet
will bo eharged for tha gai, and the second
five yeara will be at tbe rate of 35 cents.
The residents of tbla thriving little village
will not only use the natural gas' for lightlog
and heating In the homes and places of bus
Joes, but gas will be uied for street lighting',
arrangements, now being under way to com
UcAtee and Allender, who bad tha contract
for tba laying of the gas mains in Foster, of.
ferod to pipe the gas to Lenoxburg at S centa
per foot, furnishing tbe pipa and doing all tba
work. .Jifiidenti of the lower end of the
county do not belUve thai tbe gas company
will put In tbo gas rysttm to the village of
Lenoxburg, owing to the small number of
peopla living there who would use natural gaa.
Foster, with natural gaa for lighting and
heating, with good shipping facilities both by
river and rat', will be an ideal location for
factories of various kinds and through J. B.
Hllei, Cashier of tbe Foster Daak, we learn
that tha citizens there will inskt an effort to
get fleveral factariea to locate tkera.
How Are ihe Payments to Bo
Weekly or in advance for as many
weeks as you desire.
What Will Happen if I Cannot
Hoep Up My Payments or
You may discontinue for any reason
at any time, and at the period when
tbe club close?, you will get a check
for, all yoa have paid la, but in such a
crfse no Interest will be allowed.
When and flow Can I With
draw? Under no circumstancec will any
withdrawals, either ia whole or in
part, be allowed. What yoa deposit
wit be held for you until two weeks
.What Form of Receipt Da I
Got When I Make Payment?
For every week paid you will receive
a small receipt in coupon form, which
you will keep In the envelope we give
'you when the account la opened.
'What Would Happen It My
Coupon Receipts Were Lost,
. Stolen, or Destroyed?
' As we hi.va a complete record of tbo
paymenta of evory member we will pay
your share ti you whether yoa have
tbe receipts or not. The receipts are
of value to you only for the purpose of
verifying our reordi.
'an I Reverse the 1'au-
Yoa can and by doing so you will
payment grow less every
eek qbd your money will earn twice'
TJiceome a Slemhcr
Move Thmi One
can join one or all of tbo
icn Can 1 Join?
in bin any day boglonlpkT
somber 20tb,- until an-
A lino tobacco season; ovorjbody busy.
Uncle Billy Edwards, colored, Is dangerously
III with pneumonia.
UUs Lula Alexander left Wednesday for an
extended visit with her slater, Mrs. Itaao Fox
worthy, at Fort Uoyers, Fla.
The Bapltit Church will have a Christmas
troe for the Sunday-school and all those who
are not members of any Sunday-school, Christ
mas Ere at 3 o'clock.
Tha Ulll Creek Sunday-school will have a
Christmas treo for the Sunday-tcbeol and all
thoae who are not members of any School,
Cbriatmaa Eve at G:30 o'clock. A nice treat
for all and a good time. Lot everybody attend.
The public is invited.
ao-Tli I'nblle I.rdt-cr,
local nutt loua
", Candies, Nuts &c. at O'KeefoV. adv.
pVSmoke Uasonlan and La Tosca, 5 cant
DSTSatln Party Pump?, any color,
ley's Shoe Store.
WThe "Juat-Wrlght" Shoe for men at
Berkley's Is just what the name Implies. Prices
$4, $4.50 and ?5. :
A Christmas Woddino
Mr. and airs. Lawrence Bowdeo of Uaditon,
Wis,, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Nannie, to llr. E. F. Curtis. The
wedding will be a quiet affair the laat of Da
cembjr. Until within tho last year Hiss
Dowden's boms was in Flemingsburg, where
aba was a social favorito with every one. Mr.
Curtis is an electrical engineer at Alliance, 0.
HERE SHE AMI
Puro and Simplo Double Distilled Es
sonso of Condensed Rot
It has been said, untruly, of course, that in
order to produce literature a writer must
have a bad digestion. This is an exaggeration
of tho fact that an exuberant nature Is apt to
reflect itself in cheap "fine writing."
An oxample of "floe writing'' done by a red
blooded rurallit appears under the ''WiUm.jN.
C," date line in Tba Charlotte Observer. In
its unrevised richness we give it to tbe read
ers of Tbe State Journal as a rare tld-blt:
"Oao of tho mojt beautiful and most
magnifiebnt and most brilliant wedding
scenes that was ever presented to a Wilson
assemblage will be witnessed on Tuesday
nlgbt, November 12tb,wben Lawrence Oritt,
tho President of the Dritt Dredgiog Com
pany, wilt lead to Oymen's altar Ulss Mildred
Roaey, the highly talented and brilliantly
polished and very fascinating daughter of our
highly esteemed townsman, Captain R. G.
Roney, one of Wilson's most prominent and In
fluential business men, for In bis coble llfo of
splendid usefulness, ho has exhibited tbe re
splendent virtues of loftiest cltfzonablp. And
as Miss Roney has richly Inherited bis virtues,
and tbe charms and graces of her elegant
mothor she is one of the most popular and
lovable maldana In Wilson. And In addition
a vast array of tho most ravishing personal
charms she has musical talent of the highest
oider, being a vocalist of the eubllmest
powers,.for eho has a richly cultured voice of
richest melody and rarest sweetness, and her
seemingly hoaven tuned notes are as pure and
as sweet as tbe Image of the morning star
when bathing in tbe dew drops that lie nestling
in the-fragrant petals of the fhwera. And Mr.
Drltt Is a blgb toned gentleman, and is worthy
of tha brilliant jewel that is to sparkle In the
casket of his love and devotion, and be is In
deed to bo congratulated, for under her love
light every sceno will be a picture of Para,
dlte, every word a poam of enchantment, and
every sound an echo of celestial harmonies,
for with the lovo of such a jewel wouj Heaven
with Its rapture on earth has begun."
Preiumibly the writer has a digestion that
would not balk at transforming into nourish
ment a Dutch supper plus a couple of cocoa
nuta and a mlpco pe,
. 8100 KrtTiiisI, BlOtr,
Tbe readers of thta paper will heilaated to
eolttno baaneen able to curt la all Its atgt,and
that la Catarrh. Uall'e Catatrn Cum U tha only
poaltlveeurd nowknown to the mat lealfraternlty.
Catarrh being a oonatltutlonal dlaraae, requires a
oonstltutlonitltreatment. Halt's Catarrh Cureli
taken Internally, acting directly uUm tha blood
and mucous surfacoa at thsystr iereby da-
stroyingtnaiounaatiouol thy' jrnd firing
inepaueutiirepgiu. ay Duiia
tjpn in lAsIiynlure.i'
lo blR fit turkrya given away to
sileli. SAVED BY FIRE
Thrilling Sell? Drama.
THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCE
THE LASS DF GLOUCESTER
Palhe American Drama.
QetcouDousnow on "Ilaby Gem" to he
Riven away on ,mi Day.
Will-Carry Threo Hundred Blue
grass Democrats to Inaurj- -uration
A mietlng of tbe Fayotte County Demo
cratic Club will bo held next week for tha pur
pose of taking further sttpi in tha arrange
ment for tha special train by which it ia ex
pected to take a delegation from Central Kan
tucky to the inauguration of Woodrow Wilson
as President on March 4-n.
About three hundred have signified their
wish to go on the special train. It is proposed
ta take along a brass band of twaaty-fire
pieces. The train Is schedulod to leave Lex
ington on March 2th, arriving early tha next
morning at Washington, where headquarters
will be engaged for the liluegraes delegation
to keep open Louie.
BUGLE CALLS OF THE ARMY
Roveillo and Taps Moan
Words for the Music
Army and Navy Journal.
A correspondent sends ns the following
words appropriate to the stable call, which ha
finds In an oil newspaper:
Coma all who are able and go to the stable,
And give your horses some water and corn;
Anil if you don't do It your Captain will know It,
And you will ru it, ao sure as you're born.
For tapi we have this:
Love, good nlgbt,
Must thou go
When tbe day
And tha night
Laava ma so?
Fare tbee well;
Day is done,
Nigbt is on.
For reveille we have tho old familiar rhyme:
I cin't get 'em up, I can't get 'em up,
I can't get 'em up in tbo morning; "
I can't get 'em up, I can't get 'em up,
I can't get 'em up at alL
The Corral's worso than the private,
Tho Sergeant's worse than tba Corporal,
The Lieutenant's worse than the Sergeant,
And the Captain's worst of 'em all.
Abo this for the sick call:
Come and get your quinioe, quinine, quinine,
Come and got your quinine, and
The Mayor, OityTrenBtirer and Chair
man of tho Ways and Means Commit
tee will, pursuant to the order of
Council ol tbe City ot Mnyevillc, Bell
at public auction at tbo Council
Chamber in tho (City of Mayeville,
Ky,, on Saturday, December 28th,
1912, at 2 o'clock p. m. about $2,000
worth ot sidewalk street improvement
Bonds of tho City ot MayBville,
authorized by ordinances adopted
Juno 23d, 1909, and May Gth, 1912,
same being coupon bomla dated No
vember 4tb, 1912, of tho denomina
tion ol $250 each and bearing Interest
at tho rate ot six (6) per cent, per
annum, payable semi-annually on
May 4th and November 4th ot each
year, Baid bonds being Nob, 1 to 8
inclusive, Street Improvement Bonds
Borieu No. 10. Said bonds are payable
ten years after date (subject to tho
option ot tho City ot Maysvillo to
take up same at any iuterest paying
period by paying the face ot the bond
and accrued interest to bucJi date.
Satd bonds or interest are not payable
or redeemable on the faith and credit
ot the City ot Maysvillo, but are
payable out, ot tho proceeds ot and
secured by a lion on the aiisessmentH
made and apportioned by Baid city
against tbe lots and lauds in front of
which said improvements are made.
Tho laws governing tho issue and
negotiation and saloof erld bondelbavo
been carefully complied With, Said
bonds will bo sold (or caah to tho high
eat and best bidder, but cannot be
sold (or leas' than par and accrued
interest. Said bonds will bo sold in
tho way that wilt bring the most
'Liajnecember 17th, 1912.
A CHANGE FORTHE BETTER
A change for the better la always welcome
THE TWO CHEFS
HIS DRESS SUIT
A nearly laugh will do you good.
THE WONpnfjF SUROERY
Nellie submits to the ai:lu tcr&Mnp oiera
tlon to save her brother'! life.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by the Home Tobacco Company.
COUGHLIN & CO.
NultoJ, rirct Nnllonnl Brink Mnlldlnr,
Local and Long Office No. 555.
Dlatance Phonea ( Ueildence Ho, 137,
t5M0am...t8 SO pa
(BitOam... t?:36 an.
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Scnedule effective Nov.
2t,VU. Subject toohang
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
fl:3 a.m., 8:!l a.m.,
5:30 a.m., 9:31 a. m
IMOp. m.. 8:80 p. m.,
9:60 a.m. ,dAlly,loonl
9:60 a.m., 6:2a p. m.,
W. WIKOFF, Auent.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
a to MXHt to ofci. m.
Hy Appointment Only.
MISS TURA TURNER :a anoolaud In the
office with Dr. Sraoot.
Miia Turner la a graduate nurse aud baa bad
aeveral yeara hoapltal experleuoe lu tbe uic of
UATHS, MASSAGE and
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
And la (ally prepared for tbo work. Any one da-
airing tier aervfees trill flud her at Dr. Smoot'a
oOlco, where ahe cad be consulted between the
houra ot 8 and 13 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m. Sundaya
IIli: I.KUOKK loads in
nil, rud la tho favorito vapr
of tha people.
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tfWW ji ji ji ji ji III HHi t ij i t m ij i WtLWMLWU
JUST 3 MORE DAYS
Prices Less Than Cost! .
Holiday Shoes and Slippers!
The very newest and most comfortable, marked
at prices that must unload our great stock.
Anvthinsr in footwear for the entire familv at a
saving of over one-half. A useful gift that wilkt
surely be appreciated. We wjill gladly .exr5
change anyt- iat may p .jrove safy
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Is uow ready for business, with a corps ol efficient architects,
engineers, etc., with competent workmanship, best ol materials,
and will contract to build (rom'the very smallest to the groatost(
S B. CHUNN, Manager'
Buy Your COAL Now
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COllD '
WEATHER. Strikea at the minjas
will make the supply short and hiji;h
prices will result. WE HAVE 10Q,
000 bushels in our yards.. BUY NOW.
G. W. McVaniel $ Co.
PLVM STREET told POPL4R STREET.
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THE BEST '.WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN1THE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction gr'c 'teed or money refunded, wo don't
handle rectified, blenbo or compounded goods of any kind
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. V:.
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. MAcEkv
-i ' jtr
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I '
High quality of Gas Work a qpccialty.
Handle Only the Best of material Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas. titover
and ltangos, All Sizes ol Sewei Pipe.
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