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' i '1 M m n . LOSf THE LEAVES ARE FALLING JACK FROSTIS CALLING: American Woven Wire Steel Field Fence is the Best. S MAYSVILLE, KY. i Chas. A. Walfhar MERCHANT TAILOR. You can save money by buying your Fall and Winter Clothing from me. Suits to Order for $15 and better. Overcoats to Order for $15 and better. Trousers to Order for $5 and better. Largest line to select from that was ever brought here. Place your order now and avoid the rush. CHAS. A. WALTHER, MERCHANT TAILOR, West Second St. Arthur Wood, Jr., was much better Monday. The October term of the Fiscal Court convenes next Tuesday. Executors' Sale. An executors of the estate of John N. Owens we will oiler at public auction Tuesday, October 6th, one hundred and ninety-three acres of land on the Taylor's Mill turnpike, ono mile eaitof Lew Itbnrg. Thtsland Is all In grass, but thirty acres. The farm Is well watered, has a good dwelling bouse, a good tobacco barn, feed stable and corn crib. Sale will take place at 2 o'clock p. m. Pos session given to seed this fall. Full possession the first of March, 1SXM. Terms made known on day of sale. C. F. AND J. J. OWENS, Executors. Bargain in a Farm ! A fine 85-acro farm for sale, nlno miles from Maysvllle and one mile west of Orangeburg on Taylor's Mill pike, Joining the J. D. Mayhugh farm. Gently rolling and In a high state of cul tivation. All in grass except five acres. Com fortable house of flvo rooms and porch, and necessary outbuilding, nil in good repair. The price of this farm Is $30 an acre. Full possession given March 1st, l'JOi. For full particulars call on or address, J. B. FURLONG, Orangeburg, Ky. WELLS & COUGHUN, Undertakers and Embalmers! Calls answered day or night. MARKET STREET, MAYSVILLE, KY. Take an Accident and a Health Policy With W. H. Key. death of Henry" D. Lloyd; Chicago, Sept. 29. Henry D. Lloyd, a well-known writer on economic sub jects, died at his home In Wlnnetka Monday. Mr. Lloyd was to have Join ed Monday night in the visit of tho city council of delegates to the munici pal ownership convention. Big Blaze In Chicago. Chicago, Sept. 29. Tho factory of the Standard Varnish Co. at Twenty sixth street and Armour avenue was nearly consumed by flro Monday, en tailing a loss estimated at $200,000. The blaze was started by tho explosion of a tank of yarnlsh. Killed Under Falling Walls. Belfast, Sept. 29. The collapse of a wall of a foundry belonging to Fair halrn, Lawson & Combe Co., limited, during the rebuilding of the works, burled a number of workmen. Flvo men have been extricated dead and others are Injured. Bishop William E. McLaren. Chicago, Sept 29. Bishop Wm. 71. McLaren, of the Episcopal diocese of Chicago, has written from Pleasant Point, N. J.f to friends In this city that he does not believe that his health will allow him to ever resume his duties in tho churchy Five New Cases of Yellow Fever. Laredo, Tex., Sept. 29. There havo been no deaths from yellow fever In this city, but Ave new cases were re ported Monday. Orders have been is sued to the railroad company here pro hibiting the sale of tickets to any point north. Porto Rlcan Schools Open. San Juan, P. It., Sept 29. Twelve hundred schools In Porto Rico wero opened Monday and CO.000 pupils wero received. But three times that num ber of children were enrolled and tho struggle for preference was very great. To Curtail the Output. Marquette, Mich.. Sept 29. The Cleveland Cliffs Co., the largest inde pendent producer of iron ore in tho Ishpemlng field, Monday Instructed tho management to lay off tho night shifts at all four of the company's mines. When School Begins Wo are going to give $5 In cash away to school children on the lastday of October. Tothcschool boy or girl who makes tho most words out of PECOR': DRUGSTORE,. .til l.tn (UO. ti li t.rn nni'f- j WU Wilt. gUU p , " ,.. IHUWAl longest lists wo will give $1 each ; to tho two next longest lists wo will give 50 cents each. "MEKET ESPOIIT. Flour and Grain. Cincinnati, Sept. 28. Flour Winter patent, $4 4.25; fancy, $3.703.85; family, $3.10(3)3.40 ; extra, $2.702.90; low grade, ?2.502.G5; spring patent, $4.504.95; fancy, ?3.854.15; family, $3.65 3.80; Northwestern rye, $3.25 3.40. Wheat No. 2 red quotable at 83i84c on track. Corn Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 48349c. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 38 Vic; do (good), track, 38y3c. Chicago, Sept 28. Wheat No. 2 red, 7979Vic; No. 3 do, 77278.ic; No. 2 hard winter, 7779c; No. 1 Northern spring, 8889c; No. 2 do, 80 88c. Corn No. 2, 4GV4461Jc. Oats No. 2, 3G36y2c. Live Stock. Cincinnati, Sept. 28. Cattle Heavy steers, choice to extra, $4.355 nomi nal; fair to good, $3.754.25; butcher steers, extra, $4.354.50; good to choice, $3.50(3)4.25; heifers, extra, ?3.G5 3.85; good to choice, ?33.G0; cows, extra, ?3.503.75; good to choice, ?2.503.40. Calv.es Fair to good light, ?5.50G.25; extra, $6.50. Hogs One carload extra selected shippers, $6.45; good to choice packers and butchers, $G.35G.40; mixed packers, $6.15 6.35; light shippers, $5.756.30; pigs, 110 lbs and less, ?45.50; extra fat, $5.60. Sheep Extra, $3.35 3.40; good to choice, $3 3.30. Lambs Good to choice, $55.50. WE ARE IN A POSITION TO SAVE YOU MONEY ON BOOTS and SHOES The definition of position in this case means DAN COHEN, buys and sells more Boots and Shoes than all Maysville and the adjoining five counties Such enormous purchases for cash gives us an advantage. We will sell you goods that are satisfactory to you and at a great saving to you. Most people know this. If you don't, come and see our shoes. , v i'i Dan Cohen's Great Western REQUIREMENTS. Make the list on legal or fools cap paper, UBing no slang words, sign name and enclose in sealed envelop to be brought or mailed to us. Each contestant must be a purchaser of something from our store. Wo havo all tho Books adopted by Mason County at exchange prices. Also a full stock of Pencils, Tablets, &c. JohnC.Pecor DRUGGIST. Washington Opera House I TO-NIGHT. John II. Havlln and Wm. Garcn take great pleas ure In offering the greatest of Ameri can Melodramas, THE STAIN OF GUILT, and "RUBE" WADDELIi, the pitching sensation ol tho age, engaged at a salary of 8:oo a week. A company of twenty star players. All special scenery -a big sixty-foot car out. PRICES, 25, 35 and 50c. You Have Got the Money! "We have got the COAL Give us a trial and be convinced. Brick, Lime, Sand and Salt. Agents for the famous Alabaster Plaster. Maysville Coal Co. LEARN PRICES -ON- FELT ROOFING! ?nn?0ofi0ro m,?,klnS yur Purchase. We carry lowesiprkes Pure talnts ft v W. H. RYDER, J2J SUTTON STREET. phone 185. Cancer HTIS CURABUnpg oc(5canccr7,thout tho knife. Veryllttlo J5nn vei cm& 9vor twenty cases In Mason ? J.t. B iUB JH81 Mn years. Wo sena a mOn,nS0.u?0n.rcluest"WDch tells all about oco HdTnLltea,tmKe.nt- Will refer you to Mr. Kv wm' ?' MSoe' Luniau, Mt. Camel, DRS. GRATIGNY BUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O. oMDR. LANDMAN,. Central Hotel, Friday, Oct. 2nd, 1 903. REMOVED, R.GPOLLITT, Dentist. J& M M( vV-fiir pi Jrl'mim Wii"M'''ri'MM'yw1it'i''lidTk W. H. MEANS, Manager.