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Work this year will be
shouldered, in a great
measure, by us. The
growing tendency to
wards giving useful
gifts prevails to a much
greater degree now
than ever before, and
our store is headquar
ters for presents of
We have drawn rath
er heavily on the old
storehouse this season
and have selected an
line of goods of a sub
stantial nature which
make very acceptable
The list comprises :
CARVING KNIVES IN SETS, SCISSORS IN CASES,
ELEGANT BRASS FIRE SETS, BEAUTIFUL COAL VASES, GEM FOOD CHOPPERS,
TRIPLE-PLATED KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS, FINE PEARL AND STAG POCKET KNIVES.
SKATES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
FRANK OWENS HARDWARE COMPANY.
RaaST" CCIM DOZEN LEFT OF THOSE HIGH GRADE SHEARS THAT WE BOUGHT AT ASSIGNEE'S OC pi.BM) "I2
WF A T til SALE IN NEW YORK AND WHICH WE ARE OFFERING CHOICE AT CO tI5 im .'.'!! J
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An Invitation to All.
Let ub have the pleasure of showing
you our holiday goods before you make
your purchases, aud we want you to
sample our new perfumes.
J. Jas. Wood & Son.
The suit of Samuel Howard against
the 0. aud 0. Railway Company was de
cided Tuesday in favor of the company
on peremptory instructions from Judge
Harbeson. Howard sued the company
for the value of a horse that waB crip
pled in a wire fence along the road near
The funeral of the late Mrs. Daniel
Cobb will take place this afternoon at 3
o'clock (standard time) at the family resi
dence on Forest avenue, Rev. Augustine
Smith, of the Church of the Nativity,
officiating. Interment in the Maysville
For the best whisky in the world for
the holiday trade go to 0. H. P. Thomas
& Co., Market street, Maysville, Ky., and
get Old Time Bourbon and MayBville
Club Rye, from three to twenty-one years
old. Sold direct from the distillery.
In the Circuit Court Tuesday 'Squire
Grant was allowed $84, Special Police
Judge Whitaker $2 and Constable Daw
eon S01.80 for fees in felony cases.
Our large assortment of diamond rings,
pendants, Btuds, charms and watches,
at low prices. Murphy, the jeweler.
Still rising here.
Keystone State due down this evening
and Stanley to-night. Up to-night, the
The new J. B. Lewis passed up Tues
day. Florenco Marmet and Charles
The Pittsburg coal combine was the
heaviest loser as the result of the unex
pected rise, which caught river men un
prepared. Eighty empties, valued at 1900
each, and fifty-six loaded flats, were
washed down by the river's rush at head
waters. Many of the fiats found-red,
while others upset. It was impoBsiblo to
send steamers after the fleet to intercept
them, owing to the strike of pilots.
A lazy liver may be only a tired live, or a
starved liver. A stick Is all right (or the back of
a lazy man. But it would bo a savage as well as
a stupid thing to beat a weary man or a starving
man because he lagged in bis work. So In treat
ing the lagging liver it is a great mistake to lash
it with drastic drugs. Iu ninety-nine cases out
of a hundred a torpid or sluggish liver is but a
symptom of an ill-nourished body, whose organs
are weary with overwork. Let your liver alone.
Start with the stomach and Its allied organs pf
digestion and nutrition. Put them in proper
working order, and see how quickly your liver
will become active and energetic. Dr. Pierce's
Gulden Medical Discovery has made many mar
velous cures of "liver trouble" by its wonderful
coutrol of the organs of digestion and nutrition.
It restores the normal activity of the stomach,
increases the secretions of the blood making
glands, cleanses the system from poisonous ac
cumulations, and so relieves the liver of the
burdens imposed upon it by the defection of
The following is a list of letters remain
ing in the postoffico at Maysville, Mason
County, Ky., for the week ending Tues
day, December 17th, 1901:
Martin, E. B.
Martin, II. L.
Box of Paper,
Look in our show window for bargains.
KACKLEY & CO.
60-1C-Candlc-Power Electric Lamps for sale at
10 cents each
If it's a
What you will give for a holiday
gift, come to our store and let us
show you one of the handsomest
lines of Furnishings ever shown in
White Vest from $1.25 to $3.50.
J. WESLEY LEE,
Smith, Miss Mary
Willl3on. Miss Winnie
Woolworth, Miss Lizzie
PereonB calling for any of the above
will please say advertised.
Clarence Mathews, P. M.
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Do the wise thing by seeing the stock
of dolls and toys and buying early, at
Holiday Goods, all new, at Taylor's.
Washington Opera House,
Matinee and Night,
Wednesday, Nov. 25th.
Tlio big Christmas attraction, the
WE HAVE A LARGE LINE OF
at the lowest prices. Picture Framing a specialty.
121 Sutton Street. Drop in and get a Calendar.
W. P. Dickson.
Eneas Myall, Jb.
By order of tho Fiscal Court oi Mason Count? I
Saturday, Dfeimbir 21, 1901,
at 11 o'clock a. m , at the Court House door, iu
Mavsvllle, Ky., offer for mle at public outcry o
the highest and best bidder, but reserving in tbe
Fiscal Court the right to n Jtct any and all bills
the franchise aud Privilege, but uot the excm
slve franchise or privilege, for a period of twenty
years to construct, operate nnd maintain a tile
phoiie system on, over and along the fullowln
public roads In Mason Coutiiy, viz
1. Tbe Maysville aud Lexington Turnpike
Road ond Its branch roads, viz. Jersey Rlde
Turnpike, Kenton Station Turnpike. Maple
Turnpike, Clarke's Run Turnpike, Mayslick ad-J
Mlllcreek Turnpike, Mayslick and Sardis Turn
pike, Absolom Creek Turnpike aud Majsltjc
and Flat Fork Turnpike.
2. The Mt. aterltbg Turnpike Rosd and U1
branch rbads, viz: Taylor's Mill Turnpike
Strode's Run Turnpike, Horec Shoe Turnpike,
Owens' Turnpike. Lewlsburg and Mt. Oliel
Turnpike and Mlllcreek Turnpike.
3. The Hill City Turnpike Road and Its brauch
road tbe Horse Shoe Turnpike.
Each of tbe three main roads, including their
branches, will be oflered for sale separately ou a
credit of six months. Purchaser will be re
quired to execute bond bearing Interest, with
good surety. In tho event the sale is approve!
and confirmed by tho Fiscal Court the pur'
Chaser Shall in good faith commence the cou
structlou of said telephone system within six
months from date of confirmation of sale aal
complete same as soon as practicable and as soid
as natrnnaee will iustifv and shall furnish cruvf
ond efficient scrvico at reasonable charges adj
givo an couniy oiuciaisioe incuse 01 tne system
for official businos.
By order of Fhcal Court entered Novembe
23rd, 1901. SAMUEL P. I'ERRINE,
Sberiffof MAson County
Maysville, Ky Dec. 4, 1901.
DICKSON l MYALL,
Livery and Undertaking.
Agents for Champion Harvesting Machinery.
110 and 112 West Third street., Maysville, Ky.
Phono 14. '
Thursday, January 2.
Twenty five people. Band and Orchestra. A
car-load of scenery.
Christmas Matinse A ROYAL SPY.
Christmas Night TAKEN FROM LIFE.
Hear the Hand Concert at noon in front of Kel
Matinee 10 aud 25 cents.
Night Parquutte 50c., Dress Circle, S5c., first
three rows Balcony 35c, balance Balcony 25c.,
The election for Directors of the Mason County
Building Association for the ensuing year will
take pin co on Saturday evening, December 23th,
1901, at 7 o'clock at Council Chamber.
M. C. RUBSELL, Secretary.
Lamps, Salids, Cakes. Chops, Jar-
dineres, and a new line of Fir
Proof Baking Dishes.
See our 5 and 10c. counters.
Sampson's bump of covetousness is larger than
his bump of modesty.
Sampson got tho lion's share of money, al
though ho didn't slay any.
Sampson was pretty well rewarded for the
'possum's part he played at Santiago.
Sampson didn't throw any more modesty in
claiming prize money than he did In claiming to
be the victor at the Santiago fight.
Sampson doubtless felt that . he would have
more strength to bear the load of prize money
than he would to sling away at Cervera's fleet.
BUY DAN COHEN'S
AND SAVE MONEY
Ladies' Fancy Satin Fur Trimmed Juliet Slippers, in black, blue, red and old gold colors, worth $2, Christmas price, . . $J 25
Ladies' "Fancy Quilted Slippers, fur Trimmed, worth $J.50, Christmas price) . ."T ""'".. i . ." 73
Ladies' Fur Trimmed Slippers, worth $ J. 25, Christmas price, '-" 69
Men's L Alligator Slippers, worth $J, Christmas price, . . :. T ...'... . 48
Men's Black, Tan and Embroidered Slippers, worth $ J, Christmas price, ...' . l...i . ' . , , 48
Men's Tan and Black Romeo Slippers, worth $2, Christmas" price, J ;.'' . ;. ' ;& "V ' $J 25
, W.. H. MEANS, ftS- -..
!" Surwrlntenrient Fqr the Purch of Boots and Shoes For the Ninth Cjfobjsssloria! District
BROWN'S China Palace,
NO. 40 West Second Street,
We have a nice line of solid gold Watch,
Elgin or Waltham movements, at $13.50
Gold-filled with Elgin or Waltham move
In Solid Silver Ware
We are the acknowledged leaders in low
prices on high grade goods. Beautiful par
tern Tea Spoons from $4 up. Solid silw
There's no time for delay if you waut a nic
display of Xmas Goods to selpct frnm. nvw
now showing a complete and attractive lino n
Dolls. Toys. Novelties. TrPA nrnnmnnU In fart
everything embraced in an up-to-ndw stock ol
Have a look at our new and stylish effects fn
Jewelry and Sterling 811verwaro, and secure bar
gains which cannot bo repeated.
See our window for a complete display of F)re
works, and the boys who buyjfrom us can mak
a small amount of money make a great noise
Remember we're headquarters for Xmas chop
pers, and everything's cheap at
THE RACKET, 48 W. Sec. St., Maysville.
L H. YOUNfl CO., PROP'S.
COAL! COAL i
We have lust received a supply of KA
NAWHA and WILUAM8 Coal. Wo will
deliver to any part of tho city. Your
patronage solicited. Office Corner Sec
ond and Limestone streets. 'Phone 100.
Ball, Mitehel & Co.
Morris C Hutchins,
ATTOJR1NKY AT LAW.
OFFICK-Court street, lately occupied by T. 0.
jPpecIl attention yjlil bo'gi ven to real eattte
WOT! T.A1YV -rvEnamn-ram
Hk located permanently In lfayWllle whew
M ha -opened a dStallparlorJ All kinds' pi
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