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And the very bpst ol SPICES for pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Co.'s Goods Saturday.
DINGER & FREUND
MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1912
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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1HESB FOURFLUSII DAY3.
The shAdof of nlht bad all but fell,
When to a roallv swell hotel
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nerycame a stranger, travel stained,
Oso life sized pocketuook contained
hen mornloR came It was his mood ,
dally wllb some breakfast food;
IN nnnatllA In anlllAtA.
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jauress piacen upon ma piaio
He met girl upon the street,
'AYcliisy damsel, plump and neat:
.Upon bor figure he enthused;
lie did not know the darnel uiod
Is wife discovered on bis coat
'Ajstrsnd of hair. She grasped her throat.
Hold on, my dear, now do not fret,
jThls Is no hair, it la, you bet,
He bonght his wife a leather chair.
Guaranteed to be staffed wl h hair,
But In two weeks it broke and split,
And there was bulging from laslde of It
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a large stock to select from and tbo prices
are within your reach. Heinember we carry all kindH
ol lumber and a Im,' stool: nl rubber and asphalt
t, roofing. :::::::::
In the Market For a
' Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perlect working discs, fitted with dust proot chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, ataggaru
spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in icar of disc; a feature we chum will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
and where other drills cannot be operated. A sent in center
of drill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let
us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with the
names of a score ol satisfied users. One feature ol our drill
that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all
other drills on the market is the ''Peoria Disc Shoe." You
won't find the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, tho
Peoria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
haugon to it. If yon want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre alter this drill than any other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
J'New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten
Pine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
:C Freo of
Brings tho Hlnheat Avorafjo Price
Per Pound in Fifty YoarB
Washington, D. C, September ICtb.
Figure of startling Import, tending to show
that the dissolution of tho Tobacco Treat has
helped the tobacco farmer by ralalog tbo
price of tobacco will be Issued loon by tbe
Department of Agriculture.
The price of tobacco per pound for August,
1912, was approximately 117, according to an
unofficial statement from tbe Department of
Agriculture, the exact figures not being
Mailable. Except for the Bhort crop years
18(15, 1861 and 1863-lhIa price waa higher
(ban tbs average price per pouod that has
OLIVES OF ALL
t& Prices ran co from 10a a bottle
SolibieB. Come ia and let us show you
Hmhtx Fure CUar Vhtmgar
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government rcporta show the steady
output ol coal during tbo last lew
yeara baa made the dealera push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you n greater value lor your money,
You will nevor get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
J&T When needing dental work call on Cartmel
Mrs. N. J. Stephen?, eon and daughter of
Piper City, Ind., are vMtlng her parents, Mr.
and lire. Samuel McNutt of West Third
hi a Pull Stock of
been paid for tobacco for any year since
colonial times, when a planter could buy a
wife for a few hundred pounds of bid tbon
A statement from tbe department jast
laiucd given the tobacco acreage for 1912 as
1,191,200. Estimating the size of tbo crop
upon Its condition for September 1st, aa com
pared wltb that for the corresponding date of
1911, the department predicts that 970,000,
000 pounds will bo producod this year, The
largest crop yet produced was that of 1909,
which passed the billion mark.
The crop for 1911 waa 905,000,000 pounds,
and there wore 1,012,800 acres planted. The
average price per pound for 1911 waa 9.04
The average price baa not reached 11 cents
per pound before this year since 18G3, when
a crop of 178,355,000 pounds brought 11.8
cents. Tbe two years proceeding 18G5 the
price waa 14.8 and 14 9 cents.
lit: W. B. Wllbolt and sor, W. i Wllbolt
of Ashland, are guests of hor parents, Mr. and
Uu. W. U. Frederick of Front street.
un. Our Olive trudo Is one of our
tbo biggest, boat lot you ever baw
We Hmve Them!
PEPPERS for pepper hash and nice whito
CABBAGE. Also, SPICE to Reason with and
Heinz's pure pickling VINEGAR. Buy them
now boforo it is too late.
Tho Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
For Repairing Your Roof
Oet our Poplar Shingle, prlco!3 per ttiomand,
wiouiHiiu. ii yuu whih i.uiiifuBibiuu iuui
llonal Kubberand th National Sand Surface
11.10. 2 Ply 11.45. 3 ply SI.78! llie Sudd
11111 II Uiv veni, juiuiJUifciui4 wi no imvu
FOR PLANING MILL WORK nVr.SVraV,g.1rrt
loipeot our .look uuit you will leave your order.
THE MASON LUMBE GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phono 5119.
Agonts for Deoring Machinory. Maysville, Ky.
A. A. MorjAUGHIiIN. L. N. It 10 HAN.
GENEUALLY FAIU TODAY AND
Enlistment Term Extondod
On and after November lat.onlletmont In the
United States Army will be for a ported of four
years Instead of three yeara as heretuforo, and
upon re-enlistment It shall bo for.seven years,
making eleven years of continuous service by
Consolidated School Started
Off Yesterday Under
Enrollment of 111 Pupils and
Wagons at Work
The new Consoliclnteil School nt
Orangeburg, tho second in Mason
county, opened yesterday under the
moat auspicious circumstance?.
The 8choolhou8ca nt Mt. Gilcad,
Dickson, Bedtlen nnd l'lumvillc have
been closed and abandoned hb public
schools, the scholars going to the
Orangeburg Consolidated School, the
second school of the kind iu Mason
county, MayBlick being the other oue.
Yesterday's enrollment totaled 111
pupils taught by the following teach
Principal Qeorgo II. Turnipaecd.
Assistants Miss Mabel Dutlerfleld,
a graduate of Miami University, Ox
ford, Ohio, nnd Miss Minnie Telle of
The pleasing program ushering in
the new school was very appropriate
and highly enjoyable
Itov. O. A. Coakwelt of Mayelick
opened the exercises with prayer nnd
also made n helpful address, as did
Miss Jessio O. Yancoy, County Su
perintendent, who is again to be con
gratulated for establishing tbe second
consolidated school in Mason county
and tho transportation method of haul
ing distant pupils to school.
l'rof. Turnipaecd, the principal, in
taking charge of this enlarged Bchool,
stated in his welcome remarks that
thirteen years ago hetaughtntOrange-
burg and that he felt pleased nnd hon
ored that ho ia now in charge of tho
consolidated system in the same
A more happy nnd delighted lot of
chlldien waa never seen than thoao at
Ornngeburc yesterday. It ia no longer
the little lonesome school, but n flco
gathering ol three rooms full, three
teachers, up-to-date condition , and,
host of all, free wagons to liaul tbo
pupils to and from school.
Is not such a changed condition in
nirlnc. alike to pupil, teacher nnd
or our Cypri Shingle, ptlce S3 per
vtn iihyo tuts uxutusivu twenoy inr me ria
l'rloa per Minr for th Kubber. 1-olv
Butrace, 1-ply 1125. 2 ply 6, 3 ply (I flj.
rC,i un uiu mniKfl.
POWER & DAULT0N
First Football Game Saturday
The first foolball gamo of the season will bo
played Siturday afternoon at 3 o'clock on
Etoll field, Lexinjjlor, between the sophomore
and freshmen team of State University.
D. Hochinger & Co.
Our Tailoring department is now ready tor
Our woolens are exoluiive In fabrics and
Our cutter, Mr. fiottllel., neoda no further
introduction. His skill is proven.
If yon have not yet worn a suit do'lgned by
him ask thoao that aro wearing thorn.
"Every suit cut. tried on and made by
skilled tailors in our ehup."
For tbe next ten d-ys Suits $25 up.
I). IllCIIINGEK &C(
Suits and D
Here with a rush, autumn days and calls for
cool-weather apparel. Ready! The most attractive
line of distinctive winter-wear in this city. -
Practical and dressy frocks, plain-tailored and
trimmed suits all with the touch that stamps them
exclusive, the little uncommon features that give chic
to a garment.
Notice the '"different" cut of the new high-waist
suits, the clever way the stiffness has been taken
from revers and the new materials and combinations
of trimmings seen for the first time in our silk and our
'"Now Is the timo to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Don't fail to attend the sale of the tiarley
farm near Uaysllck this afternoon nt 3:30
o'clock. One of tho most highly Improved
and productive farms In Mason county.
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Genuine turtle soup at Frank Eitle's tonight.
DINNER FOR VETERANS
Soldiers' Reunion Here Tomor
row and Gates of Maysville
Tomorrow the veternca of tho Tenth
Kentucky Cavalry will celebrate tho
fiftieth anniversary nt tho mustering
in of the regiment nt tho annual re
union of that command and tho old
Bixteenth Kentucky Infantry.
Dinner will be served free to all old
soldiers at tho New Kentucky Hotel
iu East Second street.
Ample entertainment will be ox
tended to all visitors.
OUR ENTIRE LiNE OF 1912 AV0 1913
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for the needs
of the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
nn excellent line of SuitB, Puro Worsted, Bluo Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
young mnn an elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English nnd Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes arc tho acmo of tho highest art productions $22,50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors,
Try oil an Eagle Cap; they are very cbic and will be very popular.
"BovR School Suits nt big reduction."
D. HECHINGER & CO. M"ys,ill0'HLad!Z m,m mi
Ur. M. A. Walllngford of East Second street
will on next Sundsy sfternoon endeavor to
reorgan'ze tbe Sunday school at Stewart'e M.
K. Church nn the Rectorville pike. This
Churcb has bad no Sunday-school for several
p9Smoke Masonian and La Tosoa, G cents
Ur. and Mrs. II. A. Kackley of Flemings
burg snnounco tbe engagement of their daugh
ter, Virginia Dudley to Mr. Claude Saunders.
The" wedding will take place tho latter part of
I1 -!. " ium. - Mm "TM m " w " mn " l im "Mm m r "" y -m
"Motber, what shall I wear to school today?"
embarrass you. Put in a good supply of those
Which we are showing. "Exclusive styles in sizes 3 to 18 years.
0T5Oc TO $G.OO!-m
Over 400 Dresses in stock now and more are coming. Compare our
styles and material and of course our prices.
Hold On Probation
Nannie Smith, tho 12-yesr-old colorod girl
that purloined $10 from Miss Crosby, the
trained nurse, at her homo In the county Sun
day, was arraigned before Judge Rico yestor
day and held on probation. The money was
POUND BAR PURE.
Armour's Extra High Quality fi fTi4
Toilet Soap, While They Last : : :3 CIllO
M. F. WILLIAMS &
The September term of the Court of Appeals
convened at Frankfort yestorday. Judge J.
P. Ilobaon will continue ns Chief Justice.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grigsby nro now
ploasaotly domiciled In their recent purchase
of the Slack residence in West Second etroet.
Announces the arrival of some extremely pretty
Messaline Petticoats to sell for $2.50. Women who
are interested will be gladly shown the stock.
In the New Authmn Styles.
Silk, chiffon and voile Waists are arriving in
liberal variety. Every sort of waist likely to enter'
into your scheme of dress. Several charming lingerie
styles have just been added to the array. Silk Waists
as'cheap as $2.98, chiffon as low priced as $3.93 and
embroidered voile for only $1.25.
Tbo Ladles' Aid Society of tbe Third Street M.
K. Church will meet tomorrow, Wodnesday, at
2.30 p. m. at tho Churcb. Business of
urgent Importance In connection with the
parsonage. Every membor requested to be
Roosovoll to Bo Grilled
Washington, September ,lCtb.--John D.
Arcbbald, George W. Perkins and Colonel
Iloosevelt aro to be isked by the Senate Com
mlttoe investigating campalga contributions
to produce any correspondence they msy have
pertaining to "financial transactions" between
the first twe men and msmbera of Congress,
or between them nod Mr. Itoosovelt when he
"Big Drunstoro With
tho Littlo Price.!'
Mn. W. P. Power Is suffering from an
attack of tonsilitls at her home in Aberdoen,
Mr. and Mrs. William Cbisholm returned
home to Portsmouth, 0., Sunday, after a
week's delightful visit here with relatives and
For Good Goods and)
Globe Stamps Patronize
MBRZ I1RO?.. Drygoods.
C. C. OALUOUN, Groceries.
SUHATZUANN'S China Store.
GLOBE STAMP GO
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