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FIRST OF THE SEASON
Opposite Bull Moose Headquarters.
DINGER & FREUND
tAILY BVBUa LKDOKR-ttU,
MAYSVILLE, KY., rHUlfSDAY, OOTOBEI? 3, 1012.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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MORE OP THE SAME.
There was a young lady nnraod Minna,
Who wm not verr much of a alona,
. Sha male lot of noise
And loved all the boys,
Dot not one of them conld wlnnna.
There was a nice girl named Viola,
Whose mothor never did have to ecolda;
She snapped hor bright eyes,
Bat the men all not wisp,
And no one eyer got colds.
t Cincinnati Enquirtr.
': Full line of millinery.
IfltfatftfSV iflaBBrn t
iaKSlfw 1 iKffJ J
Heinz's Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz' s Celery Soup,
Heinz's Tomato Soup.
FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
Pine presorting pears $1 per buihel. 'Phone
151, C. P. Deiteiuch & Bro.
25,000 rolls of Wallpaper
MUST GO below cost. Come
in. You have never had such
a bargain before.
CRANE & SHAFER.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during tbo last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo lor your money.
You will never get out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
NIAYSVILLE COAL CO.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
J. G CABLISH
jS" When needing donUl work call on Cartmel
Higher GoosCostof Living
Beginning today most of the New York
hotels will cease serving bread and batter as a
free acoetsory to meal. A guest who call
for broad with his breakfast egg or with
his dinner, will henceforth Mod an extra charge
of ten cbnta oa the check.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a large stock to select from und the prices
are within your reach. Jlemembpr we carry all kindB
of lumber and a big stock of rubber and asphalt
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Shingle, prlca$3 per thousand, or our Cypress Shlnnle. price $.125 per
thousand. If you wtint k Composition root wo linvo the exclusive nuenoy for the Na
tional Rubber and thu Nntlcmal Snnd Surface. Price per auitrn for th Kuliber, l.ply
11.10. 2-Ply 11.45, 3-ly 11.76; the Sand Surfuce, l.ply 9126, 3 ply 11.15, 3-ply tl.lM.
Thtt It tlio belt composition roof we have seen on the nmrk'it.
pnr, nr , ...Mo .... T u;nni ,m llso lll I'' material thtt ann be hail.
FOR PLAlNIINtj MILL WUKK. When you aid neH In the market call and
Inspeot our stock nnd you will leave your order.
Incorporated. " '
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. Phone 519.
Agents for Daering Machinery. liflaysville, Uy.
A. A. McIiUJOIIhlN. Ij. N. ItKIIAN.
The children of the Episcopal Sunday-school
will bare a candy salo at Taylor's book store
Saturday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock.
Yestorduy Thomas L. Ewan & Co. sold for
Rev. W. H.Davenport his desirable resldenco
sltnated on the South sido of Second street,
Sixth Ward, adjoining the Second M. B
Church, South, to Mrs. James N. Stone, con
Death of Roar Admiral Young
New York, October 2d. Roar Admiral
Lnclen Young, formerly Crptaln of tho Maro
Island Navy YaLit San Francisco, died here
Meeting at First Baptist Church
The meetings nt tho First Baptist Church
are growing In Interest and attendance. "The
Crucified Life," text, Gallatlsns; 2:20, was
handled by Pastor In such away as to mako it
very Instructive and profitablo to his hearers.
Subject for this evontng at 7 o'clock, "What
Is Your Life?" It you ore not hearing these
sermons you aro mlsalng much. Come tonight
and bring some one with you.
Ton Children Burned to Doath
St. IUebnahd, Quebec, October 2d. The
ton children, ranging in age from 18 months
to 15 year;, of Alexander Gravel of this
place, were burned to death today. Gravel
nnd his wife loft their homo last evening and
returning early today found It In dimes. They
wore unable to aid the children, whose deaths
POWER & DAULT0N
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STKKKT. NEAR SECOND.
In the Market For a
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It lias perfect working discs, fitted with dust prool chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat nnd keep drill from sngging,
direct pressure in lear of disc; a feature we claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
nnrl whpm nthpr drills ennnot be ooerated. A seat 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 o a score ot satisfied users. One featuro of 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 leaturo cinched nnd the' 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 nny other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoo Drill."
We Have Just Gotten in a Pull Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Some Advico About Handling and
Marketing New Crop
The Lexington Tobacco Association la mail
ing out the following letter ot Instructions to
farmers which explains Itself:
,. First Do not atrip your tobacco until the
stems are thoroughly eured,Jas wet or swollen
stems make It Impossible to dry, and also pre
vents its selling for it' full value.
Second Under no clrcomitancea sprinkle
or put water on your tobacco to bring it In
case, aa it sot only injorea tobicco bat pre
sents It being dried through a drier success
., fully, and necessarily forces the selling price
' -down far below Its real worth.
j ' Third Bs careful to strip your tobicco tnd
arsis it ao ibat each hand will contain only
y 4'!Bs of the uniform grade and color.
Fourth Do not tie the band too large; so
that they can bo driod out in going through a
drier; and be Bure to hare the hands tied
tightly so that the leaves will not be dropping
From all Information vre gather, we are
led to believe that the crop t better this sea
son than usual and if properly handled with
care, we believe it will sell well.
Tho busy bee can always spare a little time
to sting you up.
lien O. Chambers, colored, filed auit In the
Mason Circuit Court for dlvorco from Lou
Tobacco growing for rmall farmers In the
open and large ones undor cover olTera oppor
tunities In New Kogland.
Mr. C. M. Jones, of tbo Contral Tobacco
Warehouse Company arrlvod Tuesday, after
spending several months in tho Carolinas.
Judgo W. H. Rice is affected with a severe
attack of rheumatism; tho genial gontl!maDia
able to attend to bis official duties, bowerer.
Tobacco growers in Madison county report
tho host crop in qnality in many years and
thoy are very jubilant over tbo prospect tor
"Pa, what does it moan when it says a man
has arrived at years of discretion?" "It
means, Johnnie, that he's too youog to dio and
too old to have any fun." Judge.
Mr. Henry Knoveshaw attended the George
town, O., Fair yesterday and was one of the
Judges In the draft horse show ring. Mr.
Knovesbaw certainty knows all about a' hoss."
Will Ilucbanan sold to tho Ilurkhart Oil Co.,
of Cincinnati the first of tbo week a fino tosm
of sorrel horses for a good long price. It Is
the best team that has left Ripley for some
time. Ripley Ree.
Convicts Lynch Convict
Rawuncs, Wyo., Octobor 2d. Convicts nt
the Wyoming State Prison today lynched
Frank Wigfall, a Negro ex-convict, who had
assaulted an aged woman.
Very Few Counterfeits
New currency sent to Cincinnati from Wash
ington during September amounted to $1,318,
000. Unfit currency takon up to bo destroyod
amounted to $2,G7G,000. Shlrments of coin
to the banks aggregated $190,000.
The only counterfeits in the mass of money
wero nine silver dollars and one five-dollar
Flinn Gave Most
"I think it oan be atated with safety that
85 or 90 ot the money expended tor Colonel
Roosevelt In Pennsylvania ns contributed by
myself," said "Boss Fllnn, Roosovelt'd hench
man on the stand. Ho said ho contributed In
all to the primary campaign fund $102,381.
Ho explained Is detail its expenditure. Twenty
eight thonsand three bundrod dollars, he said,
expended in Pittsburgh.
The Tobacco Market
Cincinnati, 0 Octobor 21 Light offerings
the opening sale of tho weok Id the
local Durley tobacco market.
Averages $8.17 per hundred pounds.
Tho prtco of natural gas Is to be increas
ed 0 cents a thousand at Lexington, making
it 37 cents.
A Little Too Inquisitive
Tuesday n colored woman appeared at tho
Fourth Ward booth to exerclao her newly ac
quired right of registering. '?quiro John W.
Royer balng one of tho Judges nnd interroga
tors, among other othar questions propounded
to her asked the woulJ bo voter what her
Seemingly abarhed t-lid rtsponded somewhat
"Say, boss, does I have to tell thai!"
"Certainly," responded tLo bland Judge.
"Well, tben, I's affiliated with one of the
nicest white men in this town, and if 1 has to
tell 1 ain't gwlne to vote, dats cottaln," and she
indignantly Hiunced out of tho voting booth.
lato todsufter a brief Illness.
Ho wdWa vlallor In Maysvlllo a number of
Lucien Young was born in Lexington on March
31st, 1852, and was sixty years old at the
time of bis death.
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo aro packing all our Btnplo drugs in ernlctl boxc. which ns
nurcn you a strictly pure and fresh product. Kpsom Halts, Itnchcllo
Halts, Alum, urmcrlc. Cloves, Alspicc. Cream Tartar, l'cpncr, Boric
Acid and many moro too nnmerous to mention ni-o packed In scaled
cans. Thoy never leak and show up l"o In your nicdlclno eticst.
MC WII R1AAM6 & Tit "Bio Drunstore With
WILLIftnfla & IjU. the Little Price."
L HEOHr&TGKEP?. & OO.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for the needs
ot tho multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for tho economical, 17.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
an excellent line ol Suits, i'ure Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
young man an elegant Hue of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made iu English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are tho acme of the highest ait productions $22.50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in thu latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they arc very chic and will be very popular.
"Bov? School 8uits at hie reduction."
D. HBCHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Loading Clothing
Old Vets Still Quito Chesty
Tbo Seventh Ohio Cavalry boys and other
soldiers present at tho reunion wero a fine
looking set of mon. Thoy looked remarkably
well cuosidariog age. Many of them of course
were feeble, but with tho excitement at hand
all braced up and bad a groat time. Captain
C. D. Mitchell of Chattanooga, and his partner,
Major I). S. Drown of California were a great
pair. They were here there and everywhere
and made a great time. Tho boys were nil an
unusually jolly set. Come again boys.
Tho new Ripley Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware
house is rapidly nearing completion.
Hartwell, Fernbank and Pleasant IlkJgo -be-camo
a part of Cincinnati by action of Council
and approximately 5,000 persons have boen
added to the city's population.
AQClirPfKfvlp WOMEN'S HAND BAGS,
I JT&4J42 Ul VJ J V T IV 50c
Our Coats and Suits do not depend upon the
style ot the women who wear them they con
fer style. In the matter of perfect fit every diffi
culty was anticipated and overcome in the experi
enced mind of the designer. This means our Coats
and Suits possess all the essentials of successful gar
ments. A Velvet Season
For suits, coats, dresses and trimmings. We have
a beautiful line of Nonpareil Velvet and Corduroy
in black, ruby, king's blue, castor and green. $i yd.
A miscellaneous lot of different shapeSj sizes,
sorts and styles. New leathers. Black and colors.
Nothing to equal their value at the price anywhere.
The hand bag is not only a great convenience, but
an actual necessity.
Ask for our special at 50c.
Linen Handkerchiefs for 10c
Good cloth, pure linen, embroidery in one
corner is the brief but comprehensive description of
these pretty handkerchiefs.
Xttt t TVT r "i,u,i
Mr. Samuel Scbalzmann fell out of tho baek
end ot tho Adams Express wagon yesterday
and received a badly sprained arm.
P&'Kxclusive styles in millinery now ready
for your inspection. Also a beautiful line of
embroidery material. ANNA II. King.
,3rSmoke Masonlan and La Toscs, Scents
Tbo Ladies Aid Socloty of the Christian
Church will meet Thursday afternoon nt 2:30
in the Sunday-school room of the church. All
members aro urged to be present as business
of importance is to be transacted.
9"Now Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Rev. J. W. Simpson, Pastor, will begin a
protracted meeting ot the Second M. E.
Church at Mayaville, tho second Sunday in
: Globe Stamps!
Cost you notliltifr, but
GLOBE STAMP GO.
Reunion at Seaman
SratNODALn, KY., September 27th, 1912.
Dtar Comrade of the Scnntitth O V. V. I:
Fifty-one yeara have elapsed ilnco wo went
Into camp at West Union and donned tho
blue for the preservation ot the Union.
Wo meet la annual reunion at Seaman, on
the Norfolk and Western Railroad, Adams
county, Ohio, on Thursday and Friday, October
7th and 18th, 1012.
Will you cheer the Comrades and honor tho
occasion by belog present? Answer.
C. 0. Decman, Secretary.
Louisville, Ky., October 2J Tho Pickett
warehouse today sold 1 hogshead at $4.80, 22
at $U0e$0, and 10 old dark at $305 $8.80.
Tbo State warehouse sold 34 hogsheads at
The Eentuoky house sold G2 hogsheads at
$3 50$14.75 and 12 dark at $11.25.
HrooWljn 2-6, llotton 3-7.
New York 1, Philadelphia S.
I'lttiburtjh 6, Chicago 0.
OLIVES OF ALL KINBSI
Prices range from 10a a bottle up. Our Olive tcade Is one of our
Co mo in .and let n abow you the biggest, beet lot sou eyer caw.
Hmhtz Purm OMir Wkiagmti
Chicago 8, Detroit 5.
Cleveland 4, St. Louts 8.
TANDINO Or OMJDS,
Club i. Won loit, Vet,
New York 101 .e81
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Chlcago... . W 59 ,W
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Philadelphia ...,.,.....-73 - 77 ,181
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OF COURSE, YOU'LL NEED A
It is with renewed interest that every American woman looks forward to the tailor-mades each sea
son. It is the one thing which you feel you simply cannot do without. This season you will see many
delightfully new and attractive departures in the tailor-mades which will, without doubt, instantly appeal to you.
"FINGER-TIP" LENGTH SUIT COAT
For several seasons past short coat suits .have held full sway but this fall vve.enthusiastically welcome back
the becoming "finger-tip" length, one which gives the coat graceful lines, the one which becomes any figure.
The whole effect of the fall tailor-mades are long, graceful lines. Moderated cutaways and flowing collars
emphasize the long lines on the fronts of these coats, shirred and bplted backs, suggesting the Empire effect
carry out further the edict of fashion. LONG, SLENDER LINES.
$12.50 to $35.00.
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