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MAYSVILLB, KY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER tG, 1012.
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AND THERE ARE OTIimtS.
I love to write of Elolse,
For knees and trees and bees and leas
And aoas and cheese and fle&s and easo
And breeze all rhyme with Elntse.
I lorrf to write of Marguerite,
For aweet and neat, petlto and discreet
And greet and meet and oat ond treat
Arp. words that rhyme with Marguerite.
, Springfitld Union.
I lore to write of Annabel,
For dell and swell and knell nod fell
And ell and tell And sell and spell
And well all rhyme with Annabel.
Plivo to write of Adeline,
For fine and dine and mine and kine,
Entwine and plno and lino and vine
And wine all rbymo with Adelaine.
fNow la the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Jt&Go to Mrs. Davidson for the best bo.lery
la town. Jolly Clown for tho children. Sec
ond and Limestone streets. adv.
young adif for Office Assistant
OHIO RIVER LTJMBEK'CO.,
UNION STItlir.T. NBA It GHCOND.
v In the Market For a
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perfect working discs, fitted with dust proof 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 and keep drill from sngging,
direct pressure in iear of: disc; a feature we claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
and where other drills cannot be operated. 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 of a score of 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, the
Peoria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
'hang on to it. If yon want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre after this drill than any other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten
Fine Baling Wire
, THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Mrs. Hilton Brown of Cincinnati is visiting
her eomto, Mrs. A. L. Merz.
Ulss Mildred Cleveland of Dover la tbo
finest of Miss Uaiy Frank Uugbes of Forest
Mr. and Mrs. George llaghss of Newport
ire the pleasant guests of Ur. and Mrs. J. C.
Cabliih of East Second atreet.
Mr. ond Ur. R. W. Darnall and Ur. and
Un. T. V. Dodgo of Fleming county were
shopping In Maysvllle yesterday.
Ur. Pearl U. Blythe of West Second atreet
who fan been the guest of bla daughter in
Portsmouth, 0., hei retnrned home.
Ur. Clarenco Colburn of Norfolk, Va and
Mr. Thomai Colbnrn of Indianapolis, Ind., are
vUltlog their motber.IMra. Jamea Colburn of
OLIVES OF ALL
Prices range from 10c a bottle
'hobbies, Come In and lot us obow you
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output of coal during tho last few
years has mado tho dealers push for
wider markets, We aro going to get
more trade your trade hy giving
you a Rreater valuo for your money.
You will never get out 0! debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE GOAL GO.
&AT When needing dental work call on Cartmel
in a Pull Stock of
Ura. Clarenco I.. Wood and son, Clarence,
loft this morning for Mammoth Cave.
Ur. Thomas V. Maxedon, ono of Cincinnati's
well known attorneys Is bore on legal matters
Ur. John Cochran of Cleveland, Ohio, is
here for a visit to bis parents, Ur. and Mrs.
It. A. Cochran of West Secend street.
Ur. and Urs. C. S. Kirk of this city were
called to tbelr old home In Intz.Ky., yesterday
by a message stating that Mr?. Kirk's sister
was very ill.
Uisa Florence Frank and Uary Wilson, ac
companied by Rev. Roger L. Clark, left yes
torday for Loulsvlllo to attend the Christian
Urs. J. C. Pickett and daughter, Urs. Charles
Ilurgess, and Urs. Powell Owens of the county
left thla morning for Louisville to attend the
National Christian Church Convention.
Dr. P. G. Smoot, C. T. Calvert and Simon
Alper left Uondsy afternoon In tbo Doctor's
auto for Louisville to attend the Uasonlc
Grand Lodge In session there tbls week.
Mrs. W. D. Tesger of Tolleaboro was called
to Riley, Ky., tbls morning to attend tho bed
side of ber daughter, Urs. Leila Godbty, wife
of Rev. Luther Godbey. who Is serloaily lit.
up. Our Ollvo tradu ia ono ol our
the biggest, beat lot ou ever saw.
Price on NEW GOODS
One round 1 all Can Asparagus 1 ips 15c
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cfofC rin lrum
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
For . Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Shingle, prion 13 per thouintii), or our Cypres Slilticle, ptloo .J2 per
thousand. It you wunt a Composition root no Imve the uxolus vc iweney for Oiti Nil
llounl Ilulibi-r Mid thu Niitloual Sand Surface. Trice per squaro for tlm Rubber, l.ply
11.10. 2-ply 11.15, 8-ply 11.74! tho Sud Surface, 1-ply $1 So. -J ply (1 15, 3 ply Jt.M.
This Is the best composition roof we have, seen on tho market.
FOR PLANING MILL WORK When you urs next In the market" call alid
Inspect our stock and you will leave your order.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cot. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Deorinrj Machinery. Itfaysville, Ky.
A. A. McIjAUGIIIjIN. Ij. N. BHtlYN'.
New York Giants Walloped Boston
11 to 4-Wootl Knocked
Boston', October 15th. Tho New York
Giants, pennant winners of tho National
League, administered a crushing defeat to tbo
Roston Americana today by a score of 11 to
4 lo the seventh game or the world'a eories.
Tonight finds the Giants and the Red Sox
waiting to eng.igo in tbo final combat here to
morrow tbat will determioo which tesma shall
I) a the world's champions of 1912.
The series now stands: Boston threo games
woo; New York, three gamee won; and ono
contest a tie.
'"Smoky Jou" Wood, tho Red Sox star
twlrlet, who bad already beaten tho Giants
twice In the series was sent out to pitch tho
Red Sox Into tho world'a championship. His
end was so swift and so sudden that tho 30,
000 spectators Bat in silence at Fenway Park
us they saw bla delivery battod to ail parta of
the field and six Giant playora were over tho
home plate before the last New Yorkor wai
put out in tho first inning
Innings It. II. E.
Boston 0 100002 10-4 9 2
New York C 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 U 1G 3
HOW TIIEV STAND.
Clobs. Won Lost
Red Sox 3 3
Giants 3 3
Perpetrated on One of the
City's Most Prominent
The Robber Makes Good His
Escape With His Booty
Last night about 8:.'!() o'clock, as
Mrs. Mary D. Humner, nie:e of Dr.
John T. Fleming, was wending her
way home in West Front street, in
passing North on Sutton street she
was assailed by a colored man and
robbed of her purso containing $10.
The audacious robber was standing
in the Bide doorway at tho residence of
Mr. W. W. Mcllvain, and tho shadow
of the shade trees lining that part of
the street prevented Mrs. Hamner see
ing her nsstulunt until he stepped out
from his hiding place and grabbed
her by the shoulder and at tho eamo
time snatching her purse.
The desperato attack came so sud
denly that Mrs, Hamner was almost
paralyzed with f?nr and for tho in
stant was unable to givu a warning
cry, and before recovering her nervo
the fellow had mado good his escape.
Conditions aro becoming desperate
when pedestrians are assaulted and
robbed in tho heart of tbo city and on
one of our most frequented thorough
fares and at an hour whon tho streets
aro alive with pooplo traversing tho
It is to be hoped that tbo bold rob
ber will be run dowu and caught and
udiuuiuic lur xuursaay, rriutiy
Saturday this week.
POWER & DAULTON
Councllrmn Thomas Ilnyca la now In charge
of the manufacturing department at Power
DBullon's Cigar Minufactory.
Urs. Charles It. Pearco, who sustaioed a
painful injury by spraining her anklo several
days ago at her West Second street home, is
now able to get abut without the aid of a
Vlaysvillo to Have New Directory
Mr. L. D. Houston is here maklrg prelimin
ary arrangomonts for tho publication of n new
City Directory for Maynvillo. Tho new di
rectory will bo Issued by the Caron Directory
Co , of Louisvillo, tho same concern that has
gotten out directoriea for that city for the past
Uaysville's 1913 directory will be right up
to date nod will contain many features nover
before in our directories.
- 1 1 4 11 a9 breaks the wide selection now possible. Velvet, fur
vSpiCnClld LOllBCllOn cloth cheviot, corduroy and chinchilla. Sizes 2 to
i 2 years.
Prices $2.50 to $12 50
Women COATS n., Dress Fabrics
Unequaled we are told by many visitors in
variety and in smartness of fabrics and cut. Beauti- We always keeP a wide variety of nav7
ful weaves of boucle, zibeltne, chinchilla, tweed, blue fabrics and have just received new shipments
cheviot and double faced cloth. of some very good shades in cheviot, whipcord,
$6.08 to $25. eponge' serge and diagna1'
Our Special $1 Serge
1 1 Irf Y(P'T1 Q I fifllfe 54 mces w'de 1S woven with a double warp.
Much better than any we know of at the price.
Wise mothers will choose before cold weather Spot proof and shrunk.
1852 JE-aiTJIETT'S 1913
Smnkft Mnsonlan and La Tosoe, Cconts
Mrs. Edward Huron of West Second stroet
entortalnod tbo D. of It. last evening In a
most delightful manner. A delectable and
sumptuous supper was servod, and altogether
the occasion was on exceedingly enjoyable one.
A complete stock of Serges,
Silks, Charmeuse and Velvets.
Why bother with a dressmaker
when you can step so comforta
bly into one of these well-fitting
dresses? Our competent dress
maker will put the finishing ,
touches which each customer
$4.98 to $25 ! iPf
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FAIK TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Tho Christian Church Is installing a now
Rev. J. W. Simpson, who Is conducting a
revival at tbo Second U. E. Church, South,
delivered a powerful and soul-stirring sermon
last ovonlng, He chose for bla subject Luke
10-31: "If They Hear Not Moses and the
Prophets, Nolthor Will They Be Persuaded
Through Ono Arose From the Dead." Uuch in
terest is being manlfo3tod and much good is
Creiflhbaum & Daly
Suits to measure, $1G up. Dry Cleaning,
Pressing, Repalrltg Over Pecor'a Drugstore.
Circuit Court Clerk James B. Key was ap.
polnted'Trusteo of tho Jury Fnod for the en
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With suits others sell at like price and up to $18 and $20 and you will quickly see that $15 given you belter
values than you find elsewhere. Of course we also lmvo a large variety of good Suits at $7.50 to $10 and
$12. For the particular dressy fellows we have the Ilirsch-Wickwire and College Brand, the acknowledged
Top-Notchers in Men's and Young Men's Clothes.
Our Hoys' and Children's Department should bo visited by all that waut to clothe their youngsters
in excellent yet moderate price clothing. Suits $3.50 to $12.
We aro selling at $10 the moet remarkable values in Overcoats and Raincoats.
When looking for good shoes (Men's and Boys') Well, you know where to find them. Every pair
warranted tn civo reasonable satisfaction.
D. HECHINGER &
Frank II. Clarke has taken offices in the
First National Hank Building and will engage
in handling higb-grado investment securities.
Ha is prepared to serve and solicits the pat
ronage of all who aro looklog for sife and
$25 For Miss Christine Yazoll
Miss Chrlstino Yazoll, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. W. S. Yazell, neld tbo lucky number,
09983, at the Gem theater award, which
entitled her to $25, the first prize in the $50
Born, to Ur. and Mrs. James II. Hall of
East Second stroet last evening, a fino daugh
ter, Margaret Dake.
ting tjang Jea
The very higlicst frtttlc of Gtiiijtotvdcr Tea
on the marlict.
FOVXD CAX8 .... 90c
HALF POVXD CAX8 . . SOe
QUARTER rOVXJ CAXS . fi5o
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Basil Duko Chapter U. D. C.
The county membors of tho Dr.Basil C.Duko
Chapter, U. D. C, are earnostly urged by tho
President to send in their annual dues to
Uajor Chenowetb, at drug store, before the
1st of November. Funds are noeded.
The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Third street
U. B, Church will meet this, Wedoosday,
afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock at tho Church.
Every member urged to be present, matters of
importance will be discussed.
Una. W. P. Thomas, President.
Mrs. J. II. Richardson, Secretary.
You will find our 25c Underwear to
fit as well as the $1 kind. We carry
the largest line
section of Kentucky. Men s, Ladies,
35c to $2.
Sweater Coats, 50c to $6
Let us show the new fall models.
Alpine Knit Hats
A new shipment has arrived. 50c.
Novel and Unlquo
Colonel Henry E, Pogue la in receipt of a
picture card from a Baltimore friend that la
something out of the ordinary a transfigura
tion, picture, as it were. The card contains
the picture of tho three Presidential candi
dates, Taft, Wilson and Roosevelt. Appar
ently there Is only tho picture of Taft on the
card, but by slight manipulation it dissolves
into that of Wilson and again tbat of Roose
velt. It Is novel and unlquo, to say the least.
PS "Bifl Drugstore WT
Iw the uttte Prip I
Urs. Elizabeth Woodward was here from
Dover Sunday to visit ber father, Isaac Van
arsdell. Sho thinks that the Ii;. h de
stroyed her etoro was of Incendiary origin and
that the purpose of same was to cover np rob
bery. Fleming Gszette.
Oost you uothlnc but
tirlne you lots of tnuoti
QLOBE STAMP GO.
of Underwear in this 1
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