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ROYAL ftAKmO POWOCA CO., flCW YORK.
Was the Handsome New M. E. Church,
South, at Dover Bishop Morrison
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Tbe handsome new M. E. Church,
South, at Dover, was dedicated lata Sun
day morning in the presence of several
hundred people, tho house being
The dedicatory sermon was preached
by Bishop Morripon, of Louisville.
Among the other ministers present were
Presiding Elder Vaughnn, Rev. George
E. Rapp and the pastor, Rev. V. 8. Tay
lor. Tho Bulletin is under obligations to
tho Messenger for tho cut here given.
The Messenger says :
"The erection of the pretty church is
the fruit of the labors of the former pas
tor, Rev. George Edward Rapp, and the
structure stands as a monument b
Brother Rapp's energy and good work in
Dover. The new building is built of
pressed brick, with stone trimmings, and
has a slate roof, Gothic windows and a
very modest but pretty tower, with an
ample vestibule entrance to the audi'
torium. 1 he building is finished from
basement to pinnacle in first class style.
"Besides the auditorium, which com
fortably seats 300 persons, there is n
Sunday school annex and pastor's stjdy
adjoining on tbe west end. Both room-j
are prettily irescoed and beautifully
illuminated with tho Becklight system of
incandetceut gas, there being thirty-two
lights all told, which produce a beauti
ful and effective illumination.
"The handf-ome memorial window in
thtt Murkft Btreet front of the church
was the gift of Mrs. Mary F. Stairs. The
windjw is highly artistic in design and
In Memory of
Mary S. Stairs.
"The church is handsomely carpeted
and furnished with opera folding chairs
of the latest design. It is heated by fur
nace. "The total cost of the new structure is
The congregation lacked a balance of
2,600 to finish paying for the church,
and this was all raised Sunday. It iB
learned that Mrs. Stairs gave 81,500 of
There's a story of a father and his son driving
a load to market. Of the team they were driving
oui wa a steady reliable old gray .mare, the other
a fractious, balky black horse. On the way the
wagon was stalled and the black horse sulked
aud refused to pull. "What'll we do, father?"
suld the jounger man. "Well," ta.d too !atbcr,"I
guess we'll have to lay the gad on the old gray."
TUut homely compliment to women : "The gray
mare's the better borse"8Uggcsts how often when
there's an extra strain to be borno It is laid on
tbu woman's back. How often she breaks down
ii t last' under the added weight of some "last
siraw." Women who are dragging along wearily
through life can gain real strength by the use of
Dr. 1'ierce's Golden Medical Diteovery. It puts
back in concentrated form tho strength making
material which working women use up more
rapidly thau it cau be restored by Nature In the
ordinary processes of nourishment and rest. Dr.
I'uTCu'd ileasauiPellots are uulvorsal favorites
with women because they arc eay to take and
tnoiouchly effective iu cutlog the consequences
The Board of Trade will hold a meeting
Wedneeday evening at 7 o'clock in tLe
Hems Picked Up by the Bnlletin's Corre
spondents in Mason anil
Several crops of toMcco havo been sold here
at 8 cents.
Quite a crowd from here attended the Lash
brooke sale Eaturday.
Jewel Rlre. of Cincinnati, Is here -visiting his
relatives and friends.
C. F. Cook has a fine lot of turkeys which ho
will slaughter for the holidays.
Charlie Walker, our energetic blaclumltb, has
about completed his new residence near Cook's
store, and he will move shortly.
Tho doors of the bospitablo home of Mrs'
Thomas Xuttrell, of Helena, will be thrown
open Friday night. Dec. J5th. to the Christian
Endeavor Society of tbe Mill Creek Church. Tbe
Eudeavorers of Maysllck are Invited to be pres
ent. Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Christian
Church will give a supper Friday night, Decem
ber 22nd, at Wedonla In the old building kuown
as tho old seminary. We cordially Invite a largo
attendance, A neat supper, Including oysters
and Ices, will bo served very cheap. No admis
sion at tho door. Good music and a good time
free of charge, so do not fall to come.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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Used in Millions of Homes!
Accept no substitute
Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs.
These articles mailed FREE in
exchange for lion heads cut from
front of i lb. LION COFFEE pkgs.
Gold Collar Button.
Mailed free tor 5 Hon heads cut from Lion
Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp. Mado
of rolled gold and with mother-of-pearl
back; suitable alike for ladles and gentle
men. This shape Is handy and popular.
For 18 lion heads and
a 2-cent stamc Tho
Illustration Is only two-thirds actual size.
Color a delicate pink, with jew el setting
and gold trimmings. Best enamel finish,
stylish and durable.
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Best Coffee for the Money!
Try LION COFFEE and you will never use
any other. It is absolutely pure
Coffee and nothing but Coffee.
strength, purity and flavor
heads and a
Sent by express, prepaid, for 80 lion heads and
a 2-cent stamp, when ordering either clock,
please name your nearest Express Office, if there
is no express office located in j our to wn.
"The Lion's Bride."
H until jfipTflSnBRiB
Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent stomp.
An unusually fine picture, from tho brush
of tho noted German artist, Gabriel Max.
It is founded on Chamisso's poem, "Tho
Lion's Bride." Tho story is interesting,
and we send with each picture a hand
somo folder, containing copy of tho poem
and telling all about it. Size, 15x26 inches.
finish, and set
in the center.
This will bo
welcomed for "drcsscd-up" occasions by
tho ladies who like to wear different
colored sashes. Tbe gold-finish goes well
with any of them. Olven for 20 Hon
heads and a 2-cent stamp.
Box of Colored Crayons.
For 10 lion heads
and a 2c. stamp.
Fino wax crayons,
Jianled with out
ine pictures for
crayon is wrappea
to prevent break-
Dorothy and Her Friends."
For 8 Hon heads
and a 2c stamp.
iti' ik vB
A bright, cheery
with her chick
ens and her rabbits.
colors are rich reds
and greens. Blzo,
Vnr tfl 11vn ti.
and 3-cent stamp wo
will mall It tinned,
ready for banging.
Made of good
quality lawn, with
and tucks; broad
hem at bottom, and
is neatly gathered
at waist; a very
article. Bize, 36x40
Given for 20 lion
heads and n 2-cent
Child's Drawing Book.
of nice outllno
into book form
with sheets of
tissue paper be
leaves. On these
tissue pages tho
trace tho pictures beneath, thns affording- 1
uujuvineni, n wen as instruction to rno
hand and eye. Theso drawing books and
tho box of crayons go very well together.
There are six different kinds, and each
drawing book requires 6 lion heads and a
Size, 16x21 inches. Given torfi Hon
heads and a 3-cent stamp.
50-Foot Clothes Line.
Given for 15
Hon heads and
.Jj,. .. . braided cotton
Naval Box Kite.
kite now so
flailed free tor 40 Hon heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2-cent staap.
Length, five inches, suitable for cutting,
trimming and general household use.
Given for 12 Hon beads and a 2c stamp.
Given for 35 Hon heads and a 2-cent
stamp. A first-class razor, made of best
English steel, and extra hollow-ground.
Rubber Dressing Comb.
For 10 Hon heads and a 2-cent .stamp.
Length, 7 inches, full size and weight.
Mode of genuine .India rubber, finely
finished. Appropriate for a ladies' dress-lng-caso
or for use in the household.
never tiro 61 playing,
beads and a 2-csnt staatp.
Similar to "Par
ches!," which hat
been played in east
before the dawn of
history. The illus
tration shows plan
of the gome, with
usual counters, dice
and dlccrcups ac
companying it. A
game which pcoplo
uivcn tor 4U uon
Every time you buy a pound package of UON COFFEE you have bought something else, too.
Don t overlook it! You have bought a certain portion of some article to
be selected by you from our new Premium Lists !
THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OP THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another' list will
shortly appear In this paper I Don't ralss It I The,graadest list of premiums ever offered I
You always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It Is a sealed pack.
age.Avlth the lion's head In front. It Is absolutely purtflfthe package.
Is unbroken. LION COFFEE Is rousted the day It leaves the factory.
IWhea writing far premiums send your letter n the same envelope or
Package with the Hon heads. If more than 1 5 Hon heads are sent, you can
'v Toatagcby triinralns: down theBwrgki. Ask your grocer for Urge
IHustratad premium list. Address all letter to the
WOOLSON SPtE GO., Tolmdo, Ohio.
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Acts gently on the
ClEAnses the System
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OUy THE GENUINE- MAN'FO By
fOBSAUBYAUOHU&SiSTS PBlCt 50t PtRCOmL
So many ladies and gents visit my placo
is the number of attractions offered them
in tho way of Rood things to eat. My
stock Is always complete and of the very
best quality that can bo had. I fear no
compctitiou, because my prices aro the
lowest. It will pay you to learn my pri
ces before purchasing. Remember the
place for nlco
Fresh Oysters. Cranberries, aud don't for
get "Whlto Star" Coffee, the best in the
city. I will bo pleased to have you call,
will try and make you interested while
here. All good-) sold will bo delivered
promptly to any part of tho city. Phono
W. T. CUMMINS,
Cor. Third and Limestone.
LOW PRICES. GOOD WORK.
MURRAY & THOMAS,
Manufacturers of and dealers in
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
Building Stono always on hand.
103 W. second Street, Maysville. Ky
0. BURGESS TAYLOR,
Special attention given to Collection of Claim.
2H Court Street, Maysville, Ky.
JAS. A. WALLACE,
Meals served in best styles at all hours at reas
onable prices. OYSTEKS, FISH, GAME. Oysters
sold by the quart or gallon.
Corner Mnrkot mid Front Streets.
L.H. LANDMAN, M.D.,
Of 547 WestiNinth Street,
Will hft At thft P-ATltrnl TTntnl H.raT-tM TT-
Thursday, DECEMBER 7th, lfcW, returning every
first Thursday in eaoh month.
Will bo at Jho Central Ilotol TUESDAY, Decem
ber 12, returning onco each month. Eyes exam
lned and Glasses scientifically adjusted.
Formerly Clinical Assistant in the London Cen-
Specialist in Diseases of the Eye, Ear
and Throat. Eyes tested and glasses ground to
order. Office : 120 W. Third street, hmuua ,0
JAMES N. KEH0E,
Attorney at Law.
Office: Court street, east aide.
Tho Modern Mother
Has found that her Jittlo ones aro im.
proved more by the pleasant Syrup of
Fige, when in need of tho laxfltivo fTpf.
of a senile remedy, than by any other.
Children enjoy -it and it benefits them.'
The truo remedy, Syrup of Fica, i8 man
ufactured by the California .Fig Syrup