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idea IbaRlimmertoglandtrape on the sight.
all the air a eolemn stillness noia,
wnere Lalolieitewneeis nisKrowiiDg iiikqi,
d Hcolda, and acoldj, and scolds, and scold?,
that from ronder Outerlook Ine tower
With hefty Bpeech the Colonel doth complain
thote who, fretful of hla grab for power,
Aloleat his longing for anotbor relgo.
Keu litdfjird Standard.
Behind thoie gleaming teeth and gogglod eyes,
Wboro beavea In mlgbty tbrous the wondrous
' Tba hidden wisdom of all ages lies.
Alas, we'll nem see hU like again!
The boast of honesty, the love of powor,
And all that Perkins, all that Uunsey gave,
Await aliko the Inevitable boar
The third term movement leads but to tbo
Charletlon Neut and Courier.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a largo stock to select from and the prires
are within your reach, ltememlier we carry all kinds
ot lumber and 11 big slock ol rubber and asphalt
In the Market For a
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perlect working discs, fitted with dust prool chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, ataggard
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 lear of disc; a (eature we claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
aud where other drills cannot be operated. A seat in center
ol 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 itsell aud makes it superior to all
pther 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 peoplu have that leature cinched and they are going to
hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre niter this drill than any other with the same,
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoo Drill."
'We Have Just Gotten
Pine Baling Wire
V THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Ur. Edward Breeze left for Flomlngaburc
this morning, where bs lll open np the I'rln
ceia moving picture thoater tonight.
Mri. R. C. Williams and dangbter. Mlea
.Anna Williams of East Ltmeatone attended the
old aoldlera' reunion Id Uayavllle yesterday.
Mr. K. L. Uanchoator, who was called to
Maiiachuielts on account of the lllneaa of his
venerable father, returned yesterday, the lit
ter belog very much Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hadry and ion, George,
have returned to Covington after a pleasant
Tlilt with Mr. and Ur. Neal Hubbard of Weat
Third street, nod later will leave for their
home In the raoacna Canal tone.
OLIVES OF ALL
r.-' FriceB ranee from 10c a bottlo
;hobblea. Gome in aad let ua ahowyou
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports Bliowtbo steady
output ol coal during the last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We aro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uulese
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
jft When needing dental work call on Cartmol
11 r. D. U. Uoses, with Isaac Hamburger &
Sons, custom tailors Of Baltimore, is in the
city taking measures at Georgo II. Frank &
in a Pull Stock of
Heal cold thia morning the mercury
aliowiiiK 52 above zero.
Are You Lucky?
The following numbers aro tbo prize winners
at the Gem Theater drawing laat night.
No. 2,079, first prize.
No. 2,680, second prlz-).
No, 10,132, third priz-.
I)ecau8Q you do not hold the above numbers
yon abonld not destroy your tickets, for it tbo
prizes are not drawn at this time there will be
another one held later on. The $50 Is divided
Into three prizes of $25, $1G and $10.
Coming Meeting at Stono Lick
On next Sunday, Septembor 22d, Uev. HarlW
Foster of Covington will fill bis regular appoint
ment at the Stono Lick Baptist Church. Morn
logaobjoct: 'The Lord's Soppor." Communion
will then be observed. For the evening the pas
tor has "Something Good" for all who will come
out and hear him. Everybody cordially In
vltod. Prepare for the big revival coming In Octo
ud. Our Olive trade is one of our
the bicuest. beet lot you ever mr,
.GEISEL & GONRAD.
PEPPERS lor pepper hash and nice white
CABBAGE.. Also, SPICE to Reason with and
Ileinz's pure pickling VINEGAR. Buy them
now boforo it is too late.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Slilnle, price $3 prr thousand, or our CyprcM SMnglc, price $3 25 per
tlinuimul It You wiint a Composition root we liavo Iho cxclus vc aitency for the Na
tional HuMmt and the National Smut Surface, i'rire per tuaru for tlia Hubber, 1-ply
11.10. 2 ply ll.t.S. 3 ply 11.75: the Sand Surface, 1-ply l ii. U.ply fits, 3 ply ttl.ltt.
Hits U the bett composition root we have teen 011 the market.
CrvO DI A M1MP Mlf T AVrDI "el '" tt material tliftt emi be had.
rUK PLANIINO MILL, WUKK. Wlirnjou are next In the market call and
luipeot our stock null you will leave your order.
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cot, limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
gents (or Oooring Machinory. ' Maysville, Ky.
A. A. MrTjAUafUitN. I,. N. IlKIIYN.
"OLOItlOUHT.V tlOUtt" "
"BOYS OF '61"
Survivors of Tenth Kentucky
. Cavalry Celebrate Fittieth
Joint Reunion With the Sixteenth
Dinner, Much Speech Making
and a General Good Time
The annual reunion of the survivors of the
Tenth Kentucky Cavalry and tbo Sixteenth
Kentucky Infantry, which b always held at
Uayavllle, again took place hero yesterday, the
most notablofeaturii of the annual meeting
being the celobratlon by the survivors of the
Tenth Kontucky, of tbulr golden or fiftieth
year qf enlistment, which event occurred in
Uayavllle on August 20th, 1SG2, at the old
ropo factory, or walk, in I.ast Third street,
THE TENTH KENTUCKY CAVALRY.
There wero stirring times and ecenoa in
Uayavllle the day the regiment was organized
and Colonel Ralph Hoblnson Ualtby, now bale
and hearty at tba nge of 82 years, and re
aiding at Washington, thfe county, is tbo man
who organized this regiment.
Colonel Ualtby, who was one of the most
active members of the reunion yesterday, gave
Tug Punuc Ledgki: the facts concerning ila
enlistment and equlpmonl:
Colonel Joehua Tovli".
Lieutenant Colonel R. R Ualtby.
Major James L. Foley,
Major John Mason Brown.
Major Will Doniphan. Oulcldc).
Major James M. Taylor.
Lieutenant George Fetter, LouUvIllo, Quart
ormastor. Commissary of Subsistence John Moore.
Before ' o'clock In the afternoon of that
day, 800 mon were enlisted.
Four hundred horses and marei Ware bought,
and blankets, stores, etc., wore furnished free
by the patriotic citizens of this city. So quick
and thoroughly was the work dono that
Adjutant General John W. Finnall wrote
Colonel Ualtby a letter of commendation con
gratulating him and saying that the Tenth
Kentucky Cavalry was organized and equipped
and put on a war footing In leas time than any
otbor Kontucky regiment.
The Tenth Kentucky operated more ns a
scout and aklrmlsh body than as an active
battle regiment and It Is noted that It put In
much of its tlmo chasing after General John
H. Uorgan, tho wlley Confederato commander
who caused aucb hair-raising tumults In
Kentucky and Ohio.
Regarding tba purchajo ot the cavalry, the
horses cost $95 a piece and the mares $86,
and Colonel Ualtby doclares that many of the
animals wore worth $500 each.
Colonel Ualtby, a Kentucklin by long res
idence, was born In Oswego county, N. J., on
I Continued on Fourth Page,
POWER & DAULTON
In tho mullcr of the liramcl will
case, on (rial in the Circuit Court for
thrco days, tho Jury failed to agree,
seven being in favor of breaking the
will and live for siistaiuinq the will.
George Jackson aged CO, was ar
ranged in Squire Hosacr's Court yes
terday on a charge of detaining n
woman against her will with intent to
liavo carutl knowledge ot her. Ho
was held to the Grand Jury in the sum
of $200 and in default was committed
to jail, All tho parties are colored
and reside in the North Fork neighborhood.
AT LITTLE COST.
Dainty, figured crepe Kimonas mado with the fit
ted back that adds so much to the trimness of the gar
ment without detracting from its comfort. Unusually
attractive negliges for &iJ, Kimonas of plain crepe $i.
- Of the
Of the Season Among These at $25.
Wo say "beat" advisedly for tho Suits nre beauti
ful in every respect Irom stylo to workmanship. A
jP-O-Now is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
The Ladies' Aid of tho M. K. Church at
Murphysvllie, will serve Ico cream Saturday
night for tho last lime this season. Every
Blues, Black, Tan and Cardinal.
Why worry with a dressmaker
when you can buy such beauti
ful styles already made?
FAIH TODAY AND FHIDAY.
In the County Court yesterday Mrs. Fanny
Luttrell was appointed guardian of Elizabeth
D. Luttrell and qualified as such, with C. L.
Wood, surety on bond.
Tbo following fines were assessed yesterday
In the Police Court
Sam Gutterage, drunk, $10 GO.
Dick Watkins, drunk, $10.50.
John Jonos, vagrancy, sixty days In Jail at
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AA0 1913
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to say in this "Ad." is, wo havo provided for the needs
of the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for tho economical, $7. CO to $10. For tho more lavish dresser,
an excellent lino of Suits, Pure Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $16. For the young and would stay
young man nn elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are tho acme ot tbo highest art productions $22, CO to $28.50,
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eaglo Cap; they are very chic and will be verypopular.
"Bovq Bchool 8uit8 nt big reduction."
T XTTnYTTTTSmXPTD JP nf Maysville's Loading Clothing and
jpO-Smoke Masonian and La Totca, 5 cents
The Civic Committee of the Woman's Club
will meet Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock in Miss
Yancey's office for tbo purpose of awarding
prizes. The Committee who inspected yards
is requested to attend.
The armature at tbo electric light plant at
Ripley burned out a week ago nod that city
was in darknoio for nearly a week.
A great Cavalry Command is beinjf organ
ized to tako part in the big parade Thursday
afternoon, September 26th, In Ripley, O.
Cider Vinegar !
And the very best ol SPICES for pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Co.'s Goods Saturday.
DEATH OF GREEN R. KELLER
CARU9I.E, Kr., September 18th. Hon.
Green R. Keller, Editor of the Carlisle Mnr
cury and Representative from tho Nicholas
Robertson district, died suddenly of stomach
trouble at bis home on Main street, hero this
evening at 0:30 o'clock, In his sixty-eighth
T That Is T!
Excellent quality, fine
Chop Tea and Ying
One Pound 90c, Half Pound
M. F. WILLIAMS &
VJTJLJJ.& vw JJ
A big delegation of Maysville and Mason
county Democrats loft this morning for Lex
ington to attend tho Democratic! barbecue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kirk of Inez have moved
to Maysville to make their future home. Mr.
Kirk is connected with the Mint Cola Company.
great many are novelty suits, but there are also plenty
of the severely tailored. Both varieties in the season's
beautiful iancy worsteds, whipcords and serges. And
because navy and black serges, plain or elaborate, are
as great or greater favorites than ever, we have plenty
ol them also. Cheaper Suits ol course down to $12.
Children's TUB FROCKS
50c, 75c, $i.
A new lot just received. While the demand lor
children's wash dresses has always been good during
fall and winter, it has steadily grown Irom year to
For tho coming season our dresses include plain
colors, plaids and checks in washable fabrics most effect
ively trimmed. Many mothers prefer cotton to woolen
frocks for children's winter wear and our attractive new
line generously meets the demand.
Yesterday Schwartz & Sou, the Second and
Sutton stroot meat dealers, celebrated their
eleventh business nnoivorsary In Maysville by
Riving away welner-wurst souvenirs.
We are showing
in School Shoes made expressly for us aV
cording to our own ideas. Send the chil
dren to us and we will fit them properjy
with Shoes they should wear.
$1.50 to $3.
The best kind and easiest on the feet.
All sizes for boys and girls. 75c.
iTaf est Mews
Former Senator Hernando Do Boto
Money of Mississippi died at Biloxlifl
Henry small, grandson of tho late
Captain John Small ot Aberdeen was
killed at Indianapolis by near load of
lumber falling on him.
Yang Chop Tea.
50c, Quarter Pound 25c.
"Big Drugstore With
the Little Pritx'
Shnn Rhnn. Wl
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Circuit Court adjourned yesterday till Mon
day. Dan Scott, a well-known citizen of Uanches
ter, Ohio, died Monday morning. Ho was
known to nearly everybody In this section of
For Good Goods and!
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MERZ BROS.. Dryuoods.
C. O. CALHOUN, Groceries.
wwUAtwMANWs omna store. -f
GLOBE STAMP CO.
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