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And the very best of SPICES for pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Cos Goods Saturday.
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MAYSVILIiE, KY., "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 191
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0, th gladaee of her gladnessa webn she's glad,
And thesadnoaa of her aadnes when she's sad;
Bat the gladness of ber gladness
Aot tho sadness of her BndneBS
i nothing to her madness when she a mud.
lia Emma Parker la critically 111 at her
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Id Lewisburp.
ra. George Aon Walker of tho Fleming
(was paralyzed this morning.
MThe Ladles' Aid Society of the FJrat Baptist
fhnrch will meet with Mrs. Sherman Am this
Ivening at 7:30 o'clock.
werott Poteraoo of Paris, conductor on the
Jpd N. Railroad has purchased a GO acre
i In Harrison county.
Five members of the family of Ur. Figgins,
living on the Kenton Station pike, near Maya-
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""viiie, are uown wua lypnom lever.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a largo stock to select from and tho prices
are within your reach. Kemember we carry all kinds
of lumber aud a big slock ol rubber and asphalt
roofing. :::::::::
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STItKIIT. NPAK SECOND.
In the Market For a
WHEAT
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perlect working discs, fitted with dust proot chilled
4 bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, ataggard
1 spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
'." bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
- djreqt pressure in ioar ol: disc; a ieature we claim 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 tho
k names of a score ol satisfied users. One feature ol our drill
that puts it in a class by itsell 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, the
Peoria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
haugon to it. If you want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre alter this drill than any other with the same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc" Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten in a Pull Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
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THE SQUARE
MISS ALLIE DAVIS
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Of Mason County Won Second
Prizo in Armour's Economy
Contest
In the Kitchen Economy Conloat conducted
by the Armour Company of Chicago, Miss
Allle Davis residing on Rural Routo 5,
near Uaystillo, won aecond prlz for the
State of Kentucky.
The Armour Co., glvea away $500 per
month in theae contests, tbo receipts for
cooking are then uied in their monthly cook
book, which I lisuod to reduco the coat of
living and Incidently to advertise tbo company's
good!.
Mlaa Davla' recipe which n awarded the
Bfcond prlz In this atato was the following:
Stuffed okra Wash two dozen poda of okra,
cut oil the pointed ond and allt far enough to
remove tbe seed. Take one-fourth cup of
cold chicken, minced fine, three tablespoons of
tbe chicken gravy, a few of tbe removed seeds
and enough finely crumbed dry blacult to make
It llko turkey droning, aoaaon with salt and
pepper. Fill each pod with tbe mixture, pot
It Into a baking pan, cover with a layer of dry
blacult crumbs, a layer of grated cheeae and a
tnblespoonful of butter. Dissolve one-fourth
OLIVES OF ALL
Prices ran co from 10a a bottle
liobbies. Oomo io am) let us show you
Hrnltix Pur Chlvv Vinegar
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during tbo last few
years haa made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
yon a groater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL 00.
ruoNr, na.
pB When needlog dental work call on Cartmel
rown
DEAL MAN
teaspoonful of Armour's Kitract of Iloef In a
cop of boiling water and add. Daku for a
half honr covored; remove cover and bike a
few minutes mon.
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The squirrel soason opened in Ohio Monday.
Texaa led tbe Uulted Status laat month In
agricultural noveltlea by marketing peach fed
hogs. A well behaved hog can have a bett r
time In Texaa than In any other state In the
Uulon.
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George Gibson Passos Away at
Dover .
Mr. George Gibson of Cincinnati, oldest son
of Ur. and Mrs. W. II. Gibaon, died at tbe
homo of his parenta la Dover Monday, agod 37
years, of consumption.
Ha Is survived by his wife, one child, bla
parenta and several brother.
George was a trusted superintendent in one
of Cincinnati!) largest shoe factorlos and was
paid $50 per week up to tbo time of his death.
He was a model man In every way, devoted to
his family and parenla and leaves this earth
with tho esteem of all.
Faaeral Thursday morning nt 10 o'clock
from the borne of his parents in Dover; burial
In Locust Grve Cemetery.
A slater, Miss Mary Gibaon, died of tba
aamo disease at Dover over a year ago.
KINDS!
ud, Our Olive trade ia duo of our
tbe biggeit. best lot you ever saw,
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We Have Them!
PEPPERS for pepper hash and nice whito
CABBAGE. Also, SPICE to season with and
Heinz's pure pickling VINEGAR. Buy them
. now before- it is too late.
The Quality Grocer. T f PART TQU
Masonic Temple Bldg. J v VjaDHOO
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Shingle, price 13 per Umuianrt, or our Oyureij Shtnsito. prloi $3.25 per
tliouiaod. If you want it UompoMtlon root we luive the exclua ve nitency tot the Na
tional Kubberand thu National Sand Hurncc. I'rlca per iiirH for the Rubber, t-plv
(1. 10. 2-ply t.b, 3 ply fl.75; the Sand Surf nee, 1-ply l S.S. 3 ply fl.tS, 3 ply KI.05.
This It the best compoiltlon roof we have seen on Ilia market.
nz-vn ri a mimp xii t V7-of w uw tho best material llmt can be had.
rUK rLAINllNVj MILL WUKlS. wneuyou are new In the niurket call und
tnipeot our ittick mid you will leave your order.
the wsasoiv immEgg co
Incorporated.
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 510.
Agents for Doorinij Machinery. FMaysvillc, Siy.
A. A. McIjAUOHIjW.
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
(jjoUlett Glory
"UI.OIUIWHI.Y DOUh"
Mr. L. T. Anderson of Polot-au View StocV
Farm, won firat and aecond premiums at the
Detroit Horso Show In the floe Raited saddle
horae class.
WELCOME TO OUR CITY
A remnant of tbe members of tbe Tenth
Kentucky Cavalry and Sixteenth Kentucky
Infantry, are ssemblal here today In tbelr
annual reunion, tbla being the fiftieth an
niversary of the onllatmont of tho Tenth
Cavalry and will probably be the finis of tho
reunions owlog to the advancing ago of tho
veterans of over fifty years ago. Tho old boys
are fast passing away and In a few more yearj
the last one of the Grand Army of the llo
publio will have pasted over tbo border line
and joined their comrades who havo gone be
fore. To thoae in our mldat Mayavillo extends a
cordial greeting and a herty welcomr.
Wews of
S&? Courts
COUNTV COURT.
Mr?. Margaret Tollo was appointed Admin
atratrix of Basil W. Tolle, deceased, and qual
ified as aucb, with Frank 1". O'Donnell surety
on bond.
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Yostertlay a Busy Day
The various bank official wore on tho jump
yeaterday paying out 1009 tobacco money.
Probably $75,000 was transferred over the
bank counters to the pockots of .eager and ex
p'ectant farmers, which amount being put into
circulation will, no doubt, stimulate trade
somewhat.
HERE TONIGHT
State Railroad Commission Will
Spend tho Night in Mays-
Jllo on Inspection
Tour
Tho State Kallrnad Commission will leave
Louaville today for on inspection of the
property of the Loulavllle & Nashvlllo Itail
road Company. Tho Commission expects
to Inspect every foot of railroad lino In
this atate before assessing the tangible prop
erty of tho railroads.
Tho itinerary of the Commission over the
Louisville & Nashville lino follows:
September 18 b Louisville to Coviogtoo, 7
a. m., Covington to I'aria, 2:35 p. m., Paris to
Uayavllle, G:15 p. m.
September 19th Mayavllle to'LoxIngton,
5:40 a. m.; ending at Louisvitlo Monday.
TWO CHILDREN
Causo Wasto of Space in Cincinnati
Dailies
Last night's Times Star contained a picture
of Pearl and Joe Cane and a long article, an
excerpt of which says:
"To find their papa, whom they bad not seen
for months, Pearl and Jje Cane, aged 8 and G
respectively, boarded a train nt Uayavllle,
Ky., and came to Cincinnati. Falling to find
hlra, the youngsters were taken to tho Chil
dren's Home."
Tbolr father was here two weeks ago look
lag aftor bla children, and It can be said, to his
credit that ho hai nover neglected tbem Io
any manner. Some days ago they wore sent
to Cincinnati by order of tbolr father, who Is
employed at Crane's sawmill Io the Gist End,
and there must have beenaome misunderstand-
log at to tbe time of their arrival, hence tbe
non-appearance of lbs father to receive them
Ij. N. UKIIAN.
POWER & DAULT0N
CIGAR CO.
MiUKns
MAYSVII.I.E, KV.
FRIDAY, THE 27th,
The Double Electrocution of
the Smith Brothers is
Scheduled
I'aducah, Ky., September ICth.
Tho first double electrocution in Ken
tucky will-be hehl nt i Kcldyvillo
1'cnilcntinry Friday, September 27th,
nt sunrise, wlien James Smith nul
Chnrles Smith, NegroeH, of Muysville,
will pny the penalty for the murder ot
the unknown Nec.ro "Ed."
WOMEN'S NEW
Suite nnd nfAQQ
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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
wool dresses.
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0Kow Is the lime to buy your winter
coal. Seo Dryden, Limestone street.
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Judgo John L Wliiulor had an easy task
yesterday, tbero was not a now csbo on bis
docket, something that doea nut occur very
otter.
ISTETW
Serge
Dresses!
Blues, Black, Tan and Cardinal.
Why worry with a dressmaker
when you can buy such beauti
ful styles already made?
$4.98 TO $25!
3VCIEI!E2,Z 33IE2.0S If1;
BODY OF BOY
Found Mangled on C. & 0.
Track West of Augusta
The body of rtn unidentified boy
about 1G yeara of ago was found on
tho Eaetbound track ol the 0. & 0.
Railway, one milo West of AuRuata,
yesterday morning. lis waa drcaaed
in a blue serge suit.
On a paper in hia pocket wa8 found
the name of Jacob Fielda, 17 Zim
merman avenue, Hamilton, 0." On
another piece of paper, evidently a
compoaition written in school, wna the
name ol "William Bolander."
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mMjmJD- HEOHriSrCKER.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 UNO 1913
FALL STOCK
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to 8ay in this "Ail." ia, we havo provided for tho needa
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for tho economical, $7.50 to $10. For tho moro lavish dresser,
an excellent line of Suits, i'uro Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
young man an elegant lino of Suits, comprising tho newest coloringa and fabrics made in English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are tho acme of tho highest art productions $22,50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in tho latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will he very popular.,
"Bovr School Huita at nig reduction."
T TTPnLTTMilT?D JV nr Maysville's Leading. Clothlna and
III
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Lona Ago
An old gentleman meandering along Second
street thla morning, inquired of Ur. C. C.
Calhoun, the Second atreet grocer, tba loca
tion of the Gnddard and Loo Houses, the
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p&Smokft Masonian and La Tosca, Scents
Tim os Star Covington social Item: Mrs.
John 1). Holton ot Indianapolis and daughter,
Miss Margaret, who wero guests of Mrs. Sallie
Rankin of Madison avenue, have gone to Cyn
thiana, Lexington and Mayeville.
Assessment Caso Docketed For 26th
Fkankfout, KY.,Sjptember 17vb. Federal
Judge A. U. J. Cocbran, who has granted a
restraining ordor onjoiolng tho State Hoard of
Valuation and Assessment from collecting
from the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
Company an Increase In taxes over the amount
colloctod for last year, has fixed September
2Gth for hearing the case.
TWO SPECIALS!
POUND BAR PURE
CASTILE SOAP: :
Armour's Extra High Quality fi ties
Toilet Soap, While They Last : : :J LrUIllb
F.
Br.-Tr -,-. arn ctoju w: ai mjijjl- hut -j
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fashionable and noted hotels of half a century
ago. Tho stranger was evidontly an ante
bellum resident, since which many changes
have taken place In tho old town, nnd the
abovo popnlarhostelrios of half a century ago
are but pleasant memories and ancient history.
The
Petticoat Section
Announces the arrival of some extremely pretty
Messaline Petticoats to sell for $2.50. Women who
are interested will be gladly shown the stock.
WAISTS
In the New Autumn 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.
Rumors ot two or three moro weddings for
Flemingsburg are in the air.
Mr. G. R. Keller had quite a serious spell
this, Tuesday, morning, being unable to apeak,
but is some better at time of going to pres?.
Carlisle Advocate.
Shoes !
We are showing some special values
in School Shoes made expressly for us ac
cording to our own ideas. Send the chil-N
dren to us and we will fit them properly
with Shoes they should wear.
$1.50 to $3.
Gymnasium Slippers
The best kind and easiest on the feet.
All sizes for boys and girls. 75c.
U. S. Supromo Court's Big Docket
Washington, September IGtb. The Su
premo Court will begin itr fall term with the
consideration of many Important casos. Al
ready twenty-one cases, of ucusual consequence
have boen set for hearing October 14th, the
opening day. To this list probably will be
added tho Kansaa olectoral case, which In
volves tho right of Roosevelt electors to re
main on the Republican ticket In Kansas.
15 Cents
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tho Little Priory"
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Another hard rain
vicinity last night.
viaited Mayavillo and
Mrs. Murray Hubbard and bright little sqo
ot Garrard street, Covington, are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Hord of West
Fourth street.
1912
For Good Goods and
Globe Stamps Patronize
MBRZ BRO?., Drygoods.
C. ('. CALHOUN, Groceries.
SOUATZVIANN'S China Store.
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