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MAYSVELIiE, KY TUESDAY, OOTOJJEK 29, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
GEORGE H. DINGER.
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High School Lycoum Courso
JGSTSesson tickets aro going fast. Buy
ijiow. Read your booklet for description of
Six Thousand Convortod
East Liveki'ooi., O.Thousands heard Billy
Sunday as be concluded his six weeks' revival.
During the day 1,143 were converted, miking
a grand total of G 331 during hla stay. He
was giron a collection of $12,541.81. lie
begins a woek'a campaign In West Virginia.
Yesterday's Enrollment Added
to the Regular Voting
Tho special registration of voters
yesterday at tho County Clerk's ollice,
with tho total to date, is given below:
R. D. Pro. Intl.
Regular Registration. 57G G92 G9 73
First day special 21 27 3 13
Total GOO 719 72 SG
Are what ninkes a "city beautiful." A few dollars spent
for new doors and wiudows might make your home num
bered among the pretty places of tho town. See us (or
suggestions and prices.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt-
hog-lulling time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
o help you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
Hunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamps, and in fact anything
you need. If we l-aveu't what you vvant in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
i Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to make
fin Buggy buyers-in-waiting,
gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money,
you can make the price. We would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
xHE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Creekbaum of Illploy
re guests of Mrs. Lottie Sproemberg and
family of Commerce street.
Ur. Stanley Lowery and bis aont, Miss
1 Katie Miller of West Second street, spent Sun
day in Cincinnati with relative.
Urs. Virginia Williams of Commerce street
Ta visiting the family of her son, Ur. Hichard
11. Williams at iiunlinglon, w. va.
Urs. U. C. Chisholm of Hast Second street,
Fifth Ward, la visiting the family of her son,
Mr. William Chisholm, at Portsmouth, 0.
Mr. and Urs. D A. Dryant and son of
Portsmouth, 0., are guests of the former's
ancle, Ur. J. II. Dryant of Second street,
Turtle Soup tonight at 7 o'clock at Frank
Kitt-r Saloon. adv.
NEW MACKEREL ;
These ara FANCY
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ot coal during tho last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol dobt uuless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
jj3rWhen needing dental work call on Car tmol
our store your own. Come
if you want some rare bar
Two Daughters of Evo. Gem today, adv.
For Dover K. of P.'s to Roplaco
Burned Structuro Meet
ing Last NiQht
List night there was a special meeting of
the Dover LoJge, Knights of Pythias, for the
purpose of dfacujsiog plans for rebuilding the
K. ot P. homo which was destroyed by fire a few
weeks ago when the Woodward and Elliott store
bulldlrgs were burned, tho losses all around
being total. The Dover Lodge has received
the $300 Insuranco policy in full and it Is the
purpose of using this sum to atart a rebuilding
Grand Chuncollor Commander Goorge W.
Carter of Latonls, Sherman Arn, Grand Pre
late, and W. A. Murzlngef Uaysville attended
the mrotlng and every help of the Grand
Lodge and neighboring lodges will be extended
the new building vonture.
A committee was appointed last night to
solicit aid and at Friday evening's regular
meeting the matter will take definite shape.
FAT NORWAYS. S ,
The Ladies Arc Especially Invited to Come and Try
Oliver-olice V JT. iv JL
A Cake that satisfies every one. Only 10c.
White, yellow and dark colors. Try one.
Just received, a fresh shipment.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
daf ttMftfie F Shingles!
9ningiC& Shingles I
I million of Them!
Wo linvtjuRt received two cnrloiuls of Clear ltccl Ccdnr. Wo liouRia
tlicin when tho prlco was low and wo will hcII them ut tho Lowcat Possible
1'rlco. Wo nlrto havo Cypress nail I'oplnr Slilnirles and wo nro over-stocked
and forced to sell. Rrlnj; your wnKon with you. Wo Kimi-untro pricon. and
will more than meet competition. Como In utid sue. And don't you forget
that now Is tho tiiuo to ct SIilnnlonnt
THE Af4SOV LUMBER GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. ' Phone 519.
P gents for Deoring Machinory. Maysville, My.
A. A. McliAUGIItilN. Ii. N. ItKIIAN.
Urs. Stanley F. Reed, President of tho
Mason County Woman's Club, was at LouieviHe
where the State Federation of Women's Clubs
met at the Seelbach yenterday.
The funeral of Charles Wood, who came to
hla death by being run down by a C. & 0. looao
locomotivo Sunday cvonlng, will tako place
this afternoon at 2 o'clock from hia late home
Id East Third etrcet, Sixth Ward.
Judge John L. Whitaker disposed of the
following cases last afternoon
Jamos Had", aged 18, 38 Covington avenue,
and Lyman Sbepard, agod IS, 518 Main street.
Covington, charged with riding C. &.O. freight
trains and loitering, were fined $10.50 each.
F. M. Morgan uf Auguata, drunk and did
In tbo County Court yesterday it was or
dered tint the petition of John W. Kalbies as
gurdian of Fannie Chinn Kuggles, this day pro
ducedin Court, bo filed and summons ordered
Issued against C. L. Wood as guardian to make
answer to said petition.
For Taft and Prosperity In
Speech By Hon. E. T.
Eloquent Kentuckian Made Fine
Impression on Large
Last night at the Court-house, Hon. E, T.
Franks of 0ensboro, formor Collector of In
ternal Revenue nnd former Republican can
didate for Governor of Kentucky made n
tilling speech for "faft and Prosperity."
State Campaign Cbalrmin W. D. Cochran
introduced Mr. Franks in ringing words of
Mr. Franks spoke at Flemlngsburg in the
afternoon, where he bad an immonse crowd
and was given au ovation that augers well
for Republican success.
Last night he spoke for an hour and a half,
principally dwelling upon the Protective Tariff
and its benefit to the country, particularly tbo
American farmer who Is now getting an
average of 400 par cent, raoro for his pro
ducts then he received under any Democratic
Mr. Franks was candid and truthful in all
his statements and challenges any Democrat to
contradict any assertion mado.
He made a strong appeal to tho Dull Moose
brothers to return to tbo Republican ranks
and on next Tuesday, November Gtb, go
to the polls and vote for Taft and Sherman.
Mr. Franks Ii a most p'easlog speaker, and
while he may have riled somo of the Demo
crats present, he referred to the Democratic
blunders In tbo kindest torms, and talkod ns
brolbor to brother and appealed to all for tbe
good of all.
In closing be convulsed the home by his
Invitation to the wandorera to return to the
Republican fold by telling. of tbe calf that
strayed from the mother cow and followed
after an old deer.
POWER & DAULTOH
Mr. Joseph K. Thompson of East Fifth
street Is confined to his home suffering with a
severely sprainod back.
Mrr. John Fox, (nee Frilzi ScberT)waa given
nn ov&tion at Lexington last night and was
paid much social attontioo.
There Is in-vc Catnrrti In this section of the
country tliuii uil other rilseatei put together, and
uulllthulmit fuw yenrs was supposed to be Incur
able. l''oragrat many yenrs doctors pronounced
It alocul tllsuusoitnd presorlbcd local remedies,
und by constantly fulling to oure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Sclenco has
proven citnrrh to be n constitutional disease and
Uatnrrh Cure, manufactured by V, J. Cheney A.
Co. , Toledo, O., Is tho only constitutional oure on
tlio market. It Is tuken Internally In doses from
lOdropstoatuaspoouful. It aotsdlrectly on the
bloodand mucoussurfaces of the system. Tbey
offeronc hundred dollars for any case It falls to
cure. Sond focolrculurs and testimonials. Ad
dress, F. J. CHKXEY A CO., Toledo.O.
One of the most wanted mid hardest to find fab
rics in the market is corduroy velvet. Mr. Hunt while
East has been fortunate enough to secure some beauti
ful shades, also black and white in wide wale deep
pile, 24-inch imported Corduroy.
Price $1.25 Yard.
And Still They Come
Coals and Suits direct from the New York mar
ket. Copies ol the garments Mr. Hunt sees in the
Fifth avenue stores nnd on the Fifth avenue prome
nade, but prices are kept safely below the Fifth avenue
altitude. You will be surprised at our stock this sea
son, no matter how you have been impresssed by its
quality and quantity in the past. In Suits a broad
color and fabric range from $10 to $40. The Coats
offer equal variety at $6.98 to $45.
The Fifth Ward Pnblio School was closed
yesterday afternoon out of respect to
tho memory of tho jinitor, Mr. Charles II,
Cooper, who died Sunday, and wboro funeral
took placA at 1:30 o'clock last afternoon,
and was lsrgoly attonded by relatives and
We Certainly Did
Saturday was a record-breaker, the largest da in the
history of the Bee Hive. To our many friends who helped
us to make it so we wish to extend our sincere thanks.
To the many customers who were not waited on promptly
we offer our apology and appreciation for your patient in
dulgence. The' largest and best stocks of Drygoods, Suits,
Cloaks, dresses, Shoes, etc., are now being displayed at
Maysville's Largest Drygoods Store, -whose motto is "Hon
est Goods at Honest Prices," With the Price Tags on the
Hon. E. L. Worthington loft last afternoon
for Covington to attend the Fedora) Conrt now
in session. Ilo was accompanied by his wife
and daughter, who will visit friends in Cincin
Mr. Robert Oliver, aged 22, nnd Miss Jennie
Larison, aged 18, both of Portsmouth, 0.,
were marrlod yesterday morning in the County
Clerk's cilice, Judge W. II. Illce officiating.
The groom gave his occupatlen as Treasurer
of tho Grand Opera-llonse in his home city.
Ho was accompanied by his father, who quali
fied as guardian of Mi's Larison, nnd gave the
Out $10 Overcoats
$ $10 Raincoats
are tho Magnets that havo drawn scores of people to our Btore during the past week. No such values found
elsewhere ia the publics verdict. Our shawl Collar Chinchilla nnd Fur Beaver Overcoats are the handsomest
arments ever seen in the overcoat lino in Maysvillo. We cannot say enough for our overcoat stock. It's
the most comprehensive in tho 8tate. Up-to-Jate dressers want to take n look nt the ''NORFOLK" suits
just received, They are of the newest fabrics and styles $15 to $20.
The Barkcr-Rrowu shoe is considered the best work shoo made in America. "We" sell thorn $U.G0 to
$4. GO. Tho most popular lino ol medium-price 8hoes in tho Country is the Walk-Over. "We" sell them.
Tho shoe that always has been and cuntinues a great favorite is tho W. L. Douglas. "We" sell them, The
shoes DeLux are the Nettleton and Hanan. "We" soli them.
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jtJVictor record's CO conts at Murphy's
j Jewelry Storo.
Candy on sale nt TraxelV.
.Jt-O'Now is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestono street.
Miss Lillian Mae Drowning and Mrs. Carl
King of Mt. Carmel are tbe guests of Miss!
Lulu Ilaugh of Bast Second street.
Tickets and each price marked in Plain Figures.
Elmor, the nine-year-old son of Mr. and
Mr?. John Hay, died Sunday morning ot 1
o'clock at the family homo near Maysllck after
a few weeks' illness with typhoid fevsr.
Elmor was a bright, manly child, tho joy and
light of his fond parents heart, and now that
death has claimed him for its own tboro it n
void in the family circle that can never be
The funeral took place yepterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock at the Falrvlew Baptist Church.
The fen tiifficst ft-tnle of (ttnj,owdcv Tea
on the market.
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QUARTER J'OVMt CAX8 . tide
M. F. WSLLIAMS Si 00
VJTJKJLIj OO VjJ .
j-Tha New Victor-Victrola at $15 is far
snperior in tone quality to any other make of
machines costing $40 Call at Murphy's Juw-
elry Store and hoar it. Over 1,500 records
to eolect from.
Dress Skirts JustReceived
Mr. Hunt has just sent us from New York some
smart looking, nobby separate skirts in mon's-wear
and wide wale serge. Navy, black, tan and brown.
They are dandy values
At $5.90 and $7.50
An Important Event
Beginning Next Monday,
November 4th an expert corseticrre from New York
City will be at our store for one week to show the
latest imported and domestic models in Redfern and
Warner Corsets. She will also carry a full line of
brassieres and other corset accessories, Skillful and
accurate corset fittings given without charge.
"Smoke Masonlan and La Tosca, 5 cents
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Rice are entertain
ing at their delightful an'd hojpltalilo country
seat near Lewlsburg two bridal couples, Mr.
and Mrs. Rice Walker and Mr. and Mrs.
Attend tho Dlrlhday Purty at tho City Mis'
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carter have moved from
Casto stroot and taken up their resldenco in
East Fifth street.
piryta ore anthorizid Agents for the new
Vlctor-Victrolas, the Victor Co. making good
any guarantee we give. When yon want to
get the beet machines call at our store.
MuuriiY, the JoweUr.
"Big Drugstore Willi
the Littlo Prfca."
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing and
Mr. M. F. Kehoo arrived home Sunday
morning after a six weeks' etay in Baltimore
and Washington. He was at Daltimoro to
attend tho Cigarmakers' National Col
and was made a member of soveral imp
AT HONEST PRICES
Anil n siiillo with every salo
nt Calhoun's with GLOBE
GLOBE STAMP 00
Cheaper than meat. j
XGo.onjrol durn yer." tbe boy said to4he '