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A VERY BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL SOUVENIR TO EVERY FAMILY WITH A PURCHASE OF SHOES AT BARKLETS.
FOR YOU Who have always and still buy of us, we have but one word THANKS; but to those who do not know us, or rather who do not buv of us. we have another word INVESTIGATE. We will con 9 vince you our goods have merit, original merit. Nowhere else will We buy of the best MANUFACTURERS only. For this season's trade we were for- you find the high class of Clothing we sell. r' tunate enough to secure some great bargains in Extra Fine Suits and Overcoats! w J, -v They were bought early, at the time when manufacturers were uncertain as to the future. We want you to call and examine our Fall and Winter line of Clothing. We will save you money, and at same time you secure styles and qualities you will not find elsewhere. Respectfully, THE ODDFELLOWS WON, They Downed the Masons Friday Afternoon Now For tho Big Oame Next Monday. Tho Oddfellows downed the Masons in tho gamo of ball Friday afternoon, de feating them by a score of 23 to 14. Up to tho fifth or sixth inning, things looked rather blue for the I. 0. 0. F. nine.. They had scored but once to the eleven runs for their opponents. They finally put "Willie Green" Hill in the box. He held tho Masons down at tho bat, and then the Oddfellows shortly afterwards caught on to George Keith's curves and batted tho ball all over the field. The feature of the gamo was "Brownie" Nel son's playing as short stop for the I. 0. 0. F. Tho small crowd present enjoyed tho contest greatly. THE CLEVKLAND3 NEXT MONDAY. The big Cleveland League team will be here next Monday afternoon. Remem ber this will be the last and the greatest game of the season, and all lovers of the sport should be on hand. Manager Watson has gone to great expense to secure this team and the people of Mays villo and surrounding country should show their appreciation by turning out in largo numbers. Don't miss it. Haucke's Reed and Brass Band will cive an open air concert at the ball park Monday afternoon, during tho great game of base ball between the Cleveland and May8ville base ball clubs. i Roll of Honor. The teachers of the Intermediate Department of tho High School have made perfect attendance the basis upon which to report pupils in the roll of honor. If pupils are regular and prompt they may be successfully taught, lowing is the roll of honor for Sopte: Fol- tember OHllS 100 FFR CENT IN ATTENDANCE. Grade G. Sophie A. YVlMfting, Florence Trouts, Esculeua Kowlaiul, Ella Filson, Florenco Mills, Ada Calhoun, JHnnlo Sproemberg, Anna Gray, Violet Graham, Sophie C. W illlams. Grade F, Nellie- Owens, Mattlo Hutchlsou, Clay Wood, Mary Thompson, Ida dinger, Anna Taylor, Emma Luman, Anna Cabllsh, Henrietta Davis, Anua Kirk, Itessto Scott, Etta Porter, Gertrude Harding, Mary McClanahan, Mary Aguew, Kate Daulton, Florenco Darnall, Alta Dresel. IN ATTENDANCE. HOYS 100 PKB CENT. Grade G. Charles Bendcl, Ashley Baker, Harry Fitzgerald, Bruce Henry, Ernest Miles. John Scott, nrnllf F. Kemp Ball, C. Marshall Cooper, Sudduth Calhoun, Claudo McNutt, Warren Oder, Percy Lee, Bruco Woodworth, Charles V right, Ralph Pollltt. i Tho Modern Mother. Has found that her little ones are im proved more by tho pleasant laxative, Syrup of Figs, when in need of the lax ativo effect of a gentle remedy, than by any other, and that it is more acceptable to thorn. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. Tho true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by tho California ig Syrup Co. only. . . Tho Last Chance. From now until October 1st will sell, regardless of cost, anything in my stock, dry goods, notions or fixtures, or will close out in bulk at a bargain. All good, 8taplo goods. Woll assorted, Kemem- bor the place, No. 117 Sutton street, Maysvillo, Ky. H. 0. McDougle, Trustee i . tm. Tnonranco Atronts, Attention I Wanted, general agent to represont tho wm t.Uo insurance Company of New York. Now form of policy. Energetic and experienced men can ouiam nmu. contracts by applying immed.atoly to Bruohl, Haopsslor &Co., General Man agers, Cincinnati, Ohio. Goal Eight Cents. JuBtrecoived, threo barges best quality Poraeroy coal ; at 8 cents, positively cash, and 9 cents if charged, in tho yard. Dodson & Frazee. I Pancake flour and maple syrup Cal houn's. See T. S. Kemper fire, life and tor nado insurance. Tobacco insuranco is Duley & Baldwin. a specialty with If you want nice laundry, patronize the Globe laundry, Sutton street. 1 1 Woodford County has the banner crop of com and tobacco this year. The name of Edward Perry of Nicholas County has been restored to tho pension list. Mrs. L. V. Davis will have her regular fall and winter opening Friday and Sat urday, this week. Arkansas voted at the late election against granting liquor license. Tho majority was about 2,000. . Colonel W. C, Owkns has accepted a challenge from Judge Denny for a series of joint debates in the Ashland district. J. R. Moore, living near Georgetown, O., had two large barns destroyed by fire Thursday, the loss amounting to $1,000. The Pastor's Union will meet in the study of Rev. Mr. Watts, in the M. E. Church, South, next Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. M. Archdeacon, No. 200 East Market street, invites the ladies to call and examino her full line of fall and winter millinery. C. W. Turner, conductor of tho C. and O.'a eastbound local freight, had his right hand badly crushed in attempting to make a coupling at South Portsmouth. The earnings of the C. and O. for the third quarter of September are given as $177,433.02, a decrease of 520,270.35 from the earnings of the same week last year. The use of morphino and other drugs has destroyed the mind of James P. Cas sidy, once a prominent attorney of Mt. Sterling. He was adjudged a lunatic Thursday. ' James Huffman, of Lagrange, died from injuries inflicted by a Jersey bull. He served four years in tho Confederate army in tno regiment, comimuiucu uy Colonel Breckinridge. Services in tbo First Presbyterian Church to-morrow, morning and evening, conducted by tho pastor. Mission Sab bath school in tho afternoon at 2:30. So cioty of Christian Endeavor at G:45. Mr. Pulse, the People's party candi date for Congress from tho Sixth Ohio district, will speak in Aberdeen on the fivoninc of October 5th. Tho Maysvillo band will probably furnish tho music. A tine lino of goods most suitable for bridal presents can bo had at P. J. Murphy's, tho joweler, at most reason able prices. Before buying jour bridal presents don't fail to see his stock and learn prices. , Mrs. George Schwartz and Mrs. L. Daulton have been olected Representa tives to tho Grand Lodgo by Friendship Lodge No. 43, D. of R., I. O. O. F. Mrs. Katie Bierly was recommended for Dis trict Deputy, G. M. The Josenh R. Peebles' Sons Company of Cincinnati, enjoys a wonderfully large trade and a great reputation for fine old wines, whiskies-and brandies. Same are for salo in Maysvillo only at Ohenowoth's drug store. See samples in window. Mb. Gordon Sulsek, who graduated inot Juno from tho Male Department of tho High School, and who wont to Dan ville a fow weeks ago to attend Centre Colleco. nassed such an oxcollont exami nation there that ho was admitted at onco to tho Sophomore class. This apoaks highly not only for tho young man, but also for Maysville's High School. Mr. Sulser's many friends will H HbBSH Kr m fid 9 B 81 VVai BBMI WHERE TO REGISTER, Next Tuesday the Day If You Fail to Register, You Can't Vote. Next Tuesday is the day of the annual registration "of the voters of Maysville, and in order to vote during the coming year you must first go and legistor. The places of registration will be open from 6 a. m. till 9 p. m., which will give every voter ample opportunity to attend to this important duty. Below is a list ot the officers who will conduct tho registration, together with the place of holding it in each ward. First Ward Jacob Outten's Shop William Davis and M. J. McCarthy Judgc, Samuel Mc Nutt Sherlft', John W. Thompson Clerk. Second Ward Council Chamber Daniel Per- rlno aud James II. Kalns Judges, W. C. Miner Sherltl", W. R. Warder Clerk. Third Ward Dennis Fltcerald's David Fra zee and George II. Owens Judges, Denul Flui. r aid Sherllf, W. R. Archdeacon Clerk Fourtn 'Ward Theo. Lowry's Grocery J. W. Alexander and Robert Ficklin Judges, S. R. Powoll Sheriff, H. L. Newell Clerk. Fifth Ward W. B. Matthews and Thomas Y. Nesbltt Judges, Georgo T. Wood bheritl', W. L Pogue Clerk. Sixth Ward Casper Jacobs and Junes F. Lee Judges, W. II, RyderSherltr, II. H. Collins Clrk The places of registration in Fifth and Sixth wards will be at usual voting places. Let no Democrat fail to regiter. And see that your Democratic neighbor has his name enrolled. The law authorizes the officers of reg istration to ask voters to give their party affiliation. No person shall be registered who does not personally appear before the officers of registration. The registration on Tuesday is known as the general reg istration, and any porson who registers then shall be entitled to vote at all elec tions until tho next genoial registration Any person who is sick, absent from the city or is unable to attend the place of registration on Tuesday, may after ward have his name placed on tho reg istration books by attendingatthoCounty Court Clerk's office on Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday preceding tho November election and making affidavit showing that he was prevented from attending registration places on Tuesday. i i PERSONAL. Miss Bettio Easton is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albrech, of Ripley. Miss Bessie Barnes, of Millersburg, is a guest of Miss Lottie Kirk. Mrs. Clara Smith, of East Fifth street, is visiting in Cincinnati. Mrs. J. H. Rowland is at homo nfter a visit to her brother at Ripley. Mrs. Drake, of Chicago, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John N. Thomas. Miss Maggie Loftus has returned homo aftor a visit at Sioux City, Iowa. Mr. Ferd Hechinger and bride returned last evening from Cincinnati. Mrs. James 'H. Rains is visiting tho family of Mr. Elins Collins, of Flemings burg. Tho venerable Daniel Spalding, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Davis, of West Second street. Miss Katie Mitchell, of Wheeling, W. Va., who has been tho guest of Miss Ella McTie, of Lewisburg, has returned homo. The venerable James Jacobs, of Flem- inesbure. returned home Friday after noon after a visit to his daughter, Mrs Alex. Calhoun. Mr. John Brosee, clerk at tho Cen tral hotol for sevoral years past, who has been spending a fow months at Hot Springs, Va., for relief of rheumatism, ar rived homo yesterday much improved in health, to tho gratification of his many friends. Bucklen's Arnica Paivo. Tim best salvo in tho world for cuts. bruises, Bores, ulcors, salt rheum , fovor sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, coma, and all skin eruptions, ana posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It or money refunded. Prico 25 cents perl box. For sale at J. James Wood's. SPECIALS AAAAAAyAlAAAAAAAAVlAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5 TTmnn n AATnt jDKM)o IxUUubil 5iAJiniAnyiAivAr.uwiAiAiAMnw Thirty-six-lnch All Wool Novelty Dress Goods, new and stylish, 7 J yard patterns, per Suit $3 OO Thirty-eight-inch Silk and Wool Novelties, in Navy, Myrtle and Brown, S yard lengths, per pattern && 00 Thlrty-six-lnch All Wool Novelties, very hand some, 8 yard lengths, In Navy, Brown, Garnet, Cardinal, Myrtle and Sapphire, per pattern $4 50 All Wool Navy Blue Storm Serge at 40, 50 and 05 cts. Flftj -two-inch All Wool Ladles' Cloth, In Navy, Grey and Black, per yard 39 cts. Thlrtj -six-inch All Wool Tricots, yer yard 25 cts. The best assortment of medivm and High Class Dress Goods to be found in the city. See our stock before you buy a Dress. BROWNING & CO. 51 WEST SECOND STREET. HOEPLICH TO TIEIS KOI! K Kl'SlIIXO FA1 1 nrsiMiv. rices the Lowest Possible! FAL.I; DRESS GOODS Suits at $2.97; Suits at $4.97; Suits at $8.97. Linings Included. These are npcclal bargains. LINEN GOODS Table Linen at 35c., worth 50c; 40c, worth GOc. Towels, 5c, worth 10c; 10c, worth 20c; 17c, worth 25c. Handsomest and largest line of Stumped Linen ever shown in Mays villo. All our bargains of last week continued during this week. Give us a call. PAUL HOEFUCH & BRO., 211 and 213 MARKET STREET. Our Business: Just three weeks ago we opened our doors for business. The good people of Mason and ad joining counties have shown their appreciation of a first-class Shoe Store, and our most sanguine expectations have been passed. Our future suc cess depends upon your patronage ; we will merit it in this way : By giving you all the latest novelties and approved styles everything that is honest and good in Footwear at the very lowest margin of profit. We will never deceive you in advertisements, nor permit our salesmen to misrepresent our goods. We mean to stay; ivatch us groio. As beginners, wo do not expect to run the town. Wo will be satisfied for awhile with a fair share of the trade, and this we already have. But when it is once seen that we keep nothing but A 1 goods and sell them for less money than others ask for inferior qualities, then then.it will come our way. Our system: Satisfaction guaranteed or money re funded. This speaks volumes for our confidence in our goods and more for our prices. F.B.RANSON&CO. Cash One Price Shoe House. Boun, to tho wifo of Mr. Bon H. Mar- I shall, a son, Charles A. Marshall. R&CO. PEONT The Weekly Bulletin $1.50 a year. Evening Bulletin $3 a year. Subscribe. I b0 Riad to learn of his success,