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KOSSEK & MCCARTHY,
THE WE.VTirEU ItECOKD.
I For tho 24 Injurs ending at 0:30 a. m.l
Btatc of weather. ...... .....Cloudy
Highest temperature 16
Lowest temperature. 66
Mean temperature 7 6
Wind direction Southerlv
Precipitation (Inches) rain 37
Previously reported for September 84
Total for September to date 1.21
Democratic Mass Meeting
Notice Is herebj g veil that a mats meeting of
the Democrats of Mason County will be held at
the court house, Majsvllle, Ky., Monday, Sept.
23th, 1908, at 1.30 p m t. seltct delegates to a
district coiivetitlou to be bed at Vanccburg
Wednesday, Sept 3)ih, n't 11 a. in. to nominate a
candidate for State Senator.
J. R. ItOllCKSON,
Chairman Executive Committee.
Gordon Sulscr, St cretary.
J. C. W. BEOKHAM.
fOR UFUTENANT GOVERNOR,
W. P. THOHNE.
TOR At'DITOR OF STATE.
S. W. HAOER.
H. M. BOSWORTU.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
N. B. HA Yd.
FOR 8FCRFTARY OF STATE,
H. V. McCHESNKY.
aFOII SUPERINTENDENT OF I'UMJC INSTRUCTION,
J. H. FCQOA.
- FOR COMMlSSIOKLItOP AGRICULTURE,
HUBERT VREEL AND.
FOR CLERK OF COURT OF AITEALS,
J. MORGAN CHINN.
FOR CIRCUIT JUDOE,
JAMES P. HARBESON.
FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY,
THOMAS D. SI.ATTERY.
FOR CIRCUIT CI ERK.
To Be Voted
On at the
An act to provide for an amendment
to Section 181 of the Constitution of
"The General Assembly may, by
ironeral laws only, authorize CITIES
OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro
vide for taxation for municipal pur
poses, on personal property, tanglb'.o
and Intangible, based on income,
licenses or franchises, in lieu of an
ad valorem tax thereon;
"Provided, cities of the first class
shall not be authorized to omit the
imposition of an ad valorem tax on
such property of any steam railroad,
street railway, ferry, bridge, gas,
water, heating, telephone, telegraph,
electric light or electric power com
Pkksident Roosrvki.t is nearly as.mod
est in his general deportment as Durbin
and Taylor, the Indiana statesmen.
Wjiks it comes to a discussion of State
finances, the Public Ledger it seemp
would rather bo wrong than right. It
has not yet corrected its glaring mis
statements in reference to the State debt
OHIO VALLEY IMPROVEMENT
The Ohio Valley Improvement Associ
ation will meet October 14th and 15th ft
Evamville, Intl. Maysville Bhould send
a delegation of repreeentativn business
men to this meeting The citizens of
Maysrille ought to he deeply interested
in the work and besides endeavoring to
further the proj ct of improving the
Ohio river the Maysville delegation
Bhould strive to have the next meeting
cf the association held here. It would
take some money to entertain the dele
gates, but wouldn't it be money well
Mr. Pierce Stanton, who was so badly
injured some days ago, was able to be
out Tuesday for a short walk.
tween this date and the twenty-fifth of
December it would prove a nice thing for
him and a splendid investment for every
THE NEW SHOE STORE Is selling lots of good goods and Is
interesting the people In a grand Gift-giving
Affair for Christmas.
List Selected Ky the Commissioners for tlie
VnriotH Precincts in the County
For Ensuing Year.
The County E'ectiou Commissioners
have made the following appointments
for ensuing year:
MaysvltleNn. 1 Julges, M. J. McCarthy. C. W.
McClanahau; Sheriff, Sam'l McN'utt; Clerk, R.
Maysville No. 2 Judges, Geo. Wk Wood, J. C.
Rains; Sheriff. J. 0. P.ckrell; Clerk, A. M.
Maysvlllo No. 3 Judges Thos. Pratbcr, . O.
Outten; Sheriff, J. 0. Everett; Clerk, 8.T. Hick
man. Maysville No. 1 -Judges, J. J O'Donnell,
Michael Htdlij; Sheriff, Jno. Newell; Clerk,
Maysville No. 5 Judges, Ad. Pollltt, Henry
Blanchard; Sher.il-, J. H. Bulrd; Cleik, Duke
Maysville No. 0 Judges, M. Brown, Veruer
Drydon; Sheriff, R. II Pollltt; Clerk, II. H. Col
lins. Pltigtown Judges, Robt. Lojd.J. B. Melvln;
Sheriff, Richard Holton ; Clerk, Geo. V. Adair.
Dover Judges, L W. Anderson, C. M. Devote;
Sheriff, A. F. True; Clerk, Charles Diggers.
Minerva-Judges, J, P. White, Perry GrayblU ;
Sheriff, E. F. Boyd, Jr ; Clerk, J. D, Wlllott.
Fern Leaf Judges, V. Worthlngton, Aljan
Fields; Sheriff, A. B. McAtee; Clerk, John din
Gcrmantown Judges, Thos. Miller, M. S. Mc
Lean ; Sheriff, C. T. Calvert ; Clerk, C. H. Hill.
Sardls Judges, B. V. Wood, Geo. R. Parker;
Sheriff, J. 8. Woodward; Clerk, J. B. Applcga'te.
Murphysville Judges, J V. Prather, J. C. Ste
venson ; Sheriff, James Stevenson ', Clerk, C. W.
Hllftop Judges, Henry Chllds.Thos. Mackoy ;
Sheriff, James Chamberlain; Clerk, Baldwin
Washington Judges, Thos.' Parry, C. J. Hun
ter; Sheriff, J. B. Larkln ; Clerk, L. G. Maltby.
West Maysllck Judges, W. D. Mauley, C. W.
Cracraft; Sheriff. A. P. Gooding: Clerk, H. M.
East Maysllck Judges, James Collopy, C. W.
Williams ; Sheriff, John Cllft ; Clerk, John Shank
lln. Helena Judges, Ed. Bullock, Seldon Bratael:
Sheriff, John Hedrlck ; Clerk, J. F. Klff.
Lewlsburg Judges, Jas. Maley, Wood Bramcl;
SheriO, Jeff Rice; Clerk, A. K. Marshall.
Dletcrich Judges,-Alex. Rains, Geo. N. Hard
ing; Sheriff. Henry Adams; Clerk, Jos. Simons.
Plumvllle Judges, Chas. Bean, John Otto;
Sheriff, John Elliott; Clerk, Geo. Hook.
Orangeburg Judges, W. T. Pollltt, W, W, Stub
bl field; Sheriff, A. C. Coryell; Clerk, Thad. P.
Mrs. Jane Gregg, an expert instructor in
pyrography and leather burning, will be
at -the Central Hotel with a display of
her work to meet those interested in the
art in view to organizing a class. Be
sure to see her work Friday and Satur
day, learn her terms and arrange for a
On the Bame tract of land in Mont
gomery County where lithograph stone
abounds has been found a jellow marble,
and it is to be furnished the Kentucky
Exhibit Association by George W. Baird,
of Mt. Sterling, one of the owners of the
lithograph quarry, along with a sample
of the lithograph stone.
Paint clay in paying quantities has been
unearthed near Stephensport, Breckin
ridge County, and a display of it is to be
made by John Adair, in the 0,000 square
feet reserved for the Kentucky Exhibit
Association in the mines and metallurry
building at the St. Louis Wotld's Fair
The St. Louis Exposition is to have as
much "hfi" as possible in the exhibits,
therefore the promise of Judge S. S. Sav
age, of Ashland, President of the Ash
land Fire Brick Company, to erect a
model bee hive coke oven and keep it in
full blast haa been welcotmd by t he
Kentucky Exhibit. Association. Judge
Savage is'also to show Kentucky clays
and the finished products of his plant in
Miss Maggie May Byron, of Tuckaboe,
entertained ono evening th's week in
honor of Miss Mary Sidwell and Mr.
Thomas ' Maher, of St. Louis. Those
present were: John and Thomas Foley,
of Moraneburg, John Maher, of Wash
ington, Miss Anna Madden, of Jersey
Ridge, John and Willie Madden, cf Jer
sey Ridge, Eddiq and Martin Maher, of
Washington, Misses Maymo and Nellie
Quinn, of Washington, Miss AnnaSlat
tory, Den Slattery, of Tackahoe, Mar
shall and Fred Scott, Jack, Henry nud
Mike Slattery. An enjoyable day was
Says that if he could sell every man in
Mason County a pair of fine Shoes be
Mrp. Alice Dora is visiting relatives
Mr. W. H. Means has returned from
Mrs. Larry Langfels is viaitiug rela
tives in Covington.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Short spent Wed
nesday in Cincinnati.
Mrs. George Dinger is spending a
few days in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pvles, or Shelby,
are visiting relatives in this county.
Miss Beeeie Clark, of ltris, has re
turned home after a visit in this city.
Mrs. Porter Wells, of Shelby Coun
ty, is viaitiug at her old home at Helena.
Minn Pnrn T)A.(t.lfv. nt Pnrrnmmirri.
is visiting Miss Tiliie Wnite, of the Sixth '
Miss Pearl Smith is home vipi ing
her aunt, Mrs. J. B Faulkner, of Flem
ingsburg. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Young left Tues
day for Covington to attend the annual
Miss May me Frances Hayes, of. Mo-
ransburg, is the guest of her cousin, Miss
Mr. Chas. Daly, who has been trav
eling in Canada, sailed last week for
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. Mollie Newdigate, of Fleming,
is the guest of Mrs. Thomas Wallace of
East Fifth street.
Miss Nannie Tucker goes to Lexing
ton to-day to resume her,, studies at
the State College.
Misses Emma Gilroyand Cora Burns',
f T.o-rinntnn liotm rnt,,rM,l hnma attar-
" . . . :Y" ..V ,v"""vu " "
a Visit in Alaysrille.
Misses Ethel Hutchison and Agnes
Kenney are visiting Mrs. D. M. Curry,
near Blue Licks Springs.
Miss Mary B. Claybrooke left last
night for Roanoke, Va , to resume her
studies at Hollins Institute.
Miss Margaret Helen Walton, of
Mayalick, is visiting her cousin, Miss
Katie Guilfoyle, of MurphyBville.
Mrs. J. H. Cummings and Miss Gar
net Haucke were among the Maysvillians
who left Wednesday for Cincinnati.
Mrs. W. F. Guilfoyle, daughter,
Katie, and niece, Margaret Walton, of
Mayalick, were visitors in this city Wed
nesday. Mrs. Lizzie Jefferson and daughter,
of. Mayslick, and Miss Lizzie Liter, of
Point Pleasant, W. Va., left Wednesday
to spent a few days at New Richmond and
The personal estate of the late J. T.
Catron was appraised at $135 12.
H. C. Catron has qualified as adminis
trator of J. T. Catron, with M. F. Cough
lin surety.- Appraisers, J. F. Barbour,
R. K. Hotflich and Jajnes Barbour.
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw will
take the stump in Kentucky this fall in
behalf of the Republican ticke't. He has
accepted an iuvitation from Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes to
make speeches at Louisville, Owensboro
and Lexington after the middle of Oc
tober. Burned by Carbolic Acid.
Portsmouth Blade: "Monday after
noon a little girl named Phoebe Parker,
who resided with uncle, George Dixon,
on East Front street, met with a painful
accident. The Dixon family were en
gaged in packing their goods preparatory
to moving to Maysville, Kv , and left a
bottle of carbolic acid standing on a shelf.
The child secured tbo bottle and spilled
some of the acid on its face, a portion of
it entering the eye. It was feared that
the eye would be put out. The child's
arm was also badly burned between the
hand and elbow. The mother of the
child, Mrs. Rebecca Parker, is visiting
relatives in Lewis County, Ky."
Resumed With Non-Union Men.
Pittsburg, Sept. 17. The Franks
town plant of the National Tube Co.,
which has been idle since June 30 on
account of a Btrlko of tho Amalgam
ated men, thq scale not having boon,
signed, partly resumed Wednesday
with non-union men.
Will Non-Unlonlze the Camp.
Colorado Springs, Col., Sept. 17.
The Mine Owners association of the
Cripplo Creek district announce that
It will not employ men belonging to
the Western Federation of Miners in
tho future, It being Its purpose tonon
unionize the camp. '
One Hundred and Fifty Dollars
In Cash and Presents
We said you should notbe inconvenienced by the delayed
opening of our new store, therefore we have arranged a special
display of handsome Suits, Separate Coats and Skirts for
Monday, the 21st,
at the old store. We cannot offer handsome surroundings nor
artistic displaythe dismantling evidence .of moving has begun-
but we positively assure a complete assortment of stylish and .
handsome garments m prices ranging this way -
Suits $10 to $50.
Coats $5 to $35.
Skirts $3 1-2 to 15.
It will be no meagre assortment. There will be broad
choosinc in both simme and elaborate garments. With the
T-Ttinr aifnranrp nf "firmnr crnnds" VOU are assured QUantitV.
w j i
quality and style.
D. HUNT & SON.
There Are Certain Essential Qualities
nicu every wen iwiorcu garment buouiu possess,
omers 01 equal, n not greater importance, cannot
by near. The substltntool Inferior iuterlinlugs
change the outward appearance of a coat though it quickly makes Itself evident when subjected
to the strain of service. Tho coat loses Its shano then, becauso the foundation Is weak. This is one
of mauy instances showing why it Is safer and cheaper to buy clothes of a rcliablo make. For' the
guidance and protection of the clothes-buying public, wo put our name In every garment of our
I make, in fact wo do more. Only tbo highest quality of materials are used In Kuppcnbelmcr
Guaranteed Clothes. They arc shaped and tailored by master craftsmen, and with our system of
Inspection, we make certain that each garment is. correct in every detail. We believe that all
clothes of this make are perfect in materials, workmanship and fit, and each garment bears our
guarauteo of "absolute satisfaction or your money back."
mere is no saier way to buy ana no surer way
vuu can't get moie lor your
S10 to J23.
GEO. H. FRANK & CO.
ALL ON FIRE.
A Maysville Citizen Tells How Relief Came.
Ever have eczema?
Have any itching skin disease?
Itching almost drives you crazy ?
You feel "all on Are."
Doan'e Ointment brings quick relief.
Cures eczema, itching piles
And all itchiness of the skin.
Mrs. S. F. Tojle, of 426 West Third
street, saya : "Doan's Ointment is a re
markable preparation and the speedy
ending of itchiness of the skin following
its use is wonderful. It was procured
for me at J. James Wood & Son's drug
Btore, corner of West Second and Market
streets. I gladly recom mend Doan's Oint
ment to others.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the namo DOAN'S and
take no substitute.
ARM FOR RENT Elmwood farm, consisting
higsburg pike In Fleming Qounty, 52 acres for
wheat, SO acres for oats, 7'J acres for corn and to
bacco, now in clover and timothy. Fifiy acres
G acres on we an. uirmei ana JMeni
in blue grass, VI acres in timothy; 2 dwellings, 3
barns and fire wood. T. A. COOK, 235 East
Fourth street. Lexington. Ky. IC dl'it
lilOK RENT Residence on northeast corner of
Commerco street and Forest avenue. Nice
homo for a small family. Apply to W. II.
Captain Tom Hall denies tbo report
that he is to sell his towboats and barges
to the Dilworth Coal Company.
The Times-Star is a great newspaper,
aa witness thia:
Portsmouth, O., September 16 Tho Ohio river
is rising steadily and river men say the rleo !s
sufficient to lot out tho second FIttsburg coal
fleet, which Is duo to pass hero in tho next forty
eight hours. Ten million bushels of coal are on
the way to Southern markets.
No coal has been shipped from Pitts
burg for over two weeks, and it ia sur
prising that the Times-Star should suffer
a correspondent to palm off such a fake,
L and N. Excursion to Cincinnati.
On Sept. 20th the h and N. Railroad will run a
special train to Cincinnati, leaving Maysville at
5:40 a. m., returning leave Cincinnati at 8 p, m.
from Fourth street station. Round trip rato
$1.50 from stations Maysville to Myers. Tickets
good on special train only,
Kentucky State Fair.
On abovo account tho L. and N. railroad will
sell round trip tickets, Maysville to Owcnsboro,
Sept. 19th to 2Cth at 83,15, good returning until
Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention.
For above occasion tho L, and N, railroad will
sell round trip tickets to Paris Sept. 21st and
22nd at 81.75. Return limit Sept. 2Ctb.
Powers could glyo a better reason for wanting
a new trial now than ever,
Powers can't complain of the verdict, as all he
asked of tho Jury was justice,
come 01 iticau are eaauy uuuuguuucu, u
DC Known until me garments nave ueen icsiea
-where durable IrhU linen Is
reaulred will not
to get gooa ctotues man to ouy ino -aosnuie
money ana in otner mnas you may get less.
Washington Opera House !
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.
Win. A. Brady's special metropolitan production
WB-rRICE First elghtTOws down stairs 51.00,
balance, of down stairs 75c. first three rows .bal
cony 75c, balance of balcony 60c, gallery 25c.
The undersigned will ofler at public auction
on the premises on the Flat Fork pike, three
miles southeast of Maysllck, on
Saturday, Sepf: 9th,V1903f.
at 2 o'clock p. m., tho farm known as tho '"lau
ford Mitchell -hoInbtead.,, It contains about
110 acres, with dwelling uotte of eight rooms
and all other necessary Improvements to make
It one of the most desirable farms Jn the county.
Heuty of never falling water for stock and family
Terms to suit purchaser.
, , . JOllN BURKE.
II. C. Hawkins, Auctioneer.
As executors of tho estate of John N. Owens
we will ol!"er at public auction
Tuesday, October 6th,-
one hundred and ninety-three aces of land on
the Taylor's Mill turnpike, one mile east of Lew
lsburg. This land Is all in grass, but thirty acres.
bouse, a good tobacco barn, feed stablo and corn
te win taice niaco at 20'
at 2 o'clock p. m.
session given to seed this fall.
mo nrst 01 Aiarcn. iiwi. Terms made known ou
aay 01 sale. u. F. and J. J. OWENS, Executors.
Bargain in a Farm !
A fine S5-acro farm for sale, nlno miles from
Maysville and ono mllo west of Orangeburg ou
Taylor's Mill pike, joining tho J. D. Mayhugh
tno j. d. juaymigu
a hlch state of cui
gana in 1
fortablo houso of flvo rooms and porch, and
rass except live acres. Uom-
necessary outbuildings, all lu good tepalr. The
prlco of this farm Is 330 an acre. Full possession
given March 1st, 19C-1. For full particulars call
on or address, J.B FURLONG,
Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Coolers, at
W. F. POWER'S.
WANTED-It known that Prof.
C.T.RatcUffe, 1924 W. Walnut St.
Louisville, Ky., has discovered a
wonderful system of curing: dis
eases without medicine or surgery
Distance is no barrier. Many are
being cured at their own homes. .
He teaches his method to others.
Write for full particulars.
The wife of Rev. George O.Barnes died
thia week a 8anibelt Fla. i
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