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lvWW "iwv ?Ps3;rs5i(rfy"p-,T (MiMIM i l fifillffL... T3M. V-- '- WVIiy MUII 1 IUU Dig More Dirt?" N Ik; wm Said the vigilant boss to a tall laborer. "Little Dan Casey throws up almost twice as much as you' 1 "He ought to," replied the lank one, "he's nearer his work' rmmmmjisv ? iPJ5$R it ,1 i J 1 1 n. ! I' I ; 1 1 ii m . iff i'l I.'! if t is t'l i Ml L-i? r ;u fW--fc -fiF IBML. . y-i fjrn W.C UUUrni I VJ OI2JK.YJC. X UU JDC 1 1 XUTC. inniN .T11N X W 1 JT1.CIV. Q HARDWARE HOUSE because we brine you nearer the manufacturer and low prices. And we can. When in the market for Plows, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, Spades, Poultry Netting, Plain and Galvanized Wire, or Field Fencing, think of "Casey" and The Frank Owens Hardware Coirmanv! mmmmmmmmBm$9mmQmmmmG&emm(mmmmmBmmmmmm9mmmmmmmwmmmmB AKE YOU SORE? USE .g aracamph r Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded. CATARRH, BRONCHITIS, And all Throat Inflammations. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cures. 10 Sold only In 25c., 50c & $1.00 Bottle. At all col DruggtiU. tUtlMl'MBMBVlJ For Salo by Thomas J. Clienowetli, Druggist. PERSONAL. Mrs. Chna. Ilaughaboo visited at "vVaehington Thursday? Mr. A. M. Danbury baa returned Irom his trip to West Virginia. Mrs. Thomas Gray, of Augusta, is visiting her parents at Mayslick. Rev. F. S. Pollitt was visiting Mies M. E Holmes at Washington Thuisday. Mrs.R. W.Wood visited her brother, Mr. M. M. Durrett, at Covington, this week. Mrs. Elmer Downing and Mies Eliza beth Kirk have returned from a visit at Augusta. Mr. Gerard Fowke. the well known ethnologist, is now visiting relatives in this county. F.ev. F. S. Pollitt was in the city yes terday on his way to visit his father, Air BjziI Pollitt, in Lewis County. Mrs. Thels Owens entertains the Washington Ladies' Club at her home on the Kenton Station pike this afternoon. County Clerk Wood is at Dover to day attending the funeral of the late Mrs. Matilda Fox. Mr. Ben Galbreath, of Clerksdalp, Mq., is visiting friends and relatives in this county, his first visit to Kentucky in nineteen years. Mr. Edward Breen, representative of a large firm of Louisville, came in last night over the L. and N. and left later in the evening over the C. and 0. Beaten Insensible and Robbed. Ashland, Ky., Jan. 29. Morgan Jones, a blacksmith of Coal Grove, O., was assaulted In Ashland, beaten in sensible, robbed and loft on the icy streets to freeze. He was found by the police and cared for. Commissioner's SALE MARKET ItSFOKT. Cornelia J. Browning filed suit in the Circuit Court Thursday against Wash ington Irvine for $5,000 damages, alleg ing breach of promise of marriage. The parties live at Washington. Judge Ilutch inB is her attornev. Flour and Grain. Cincinnati, Jan. 28. Flour Winter patent, $4.404.65; fancy, $44.25; family, $3.503.75; extra, ?2.90310; low grade, $2.55(0)2.75; spring patent, $4.755; fancy, $3.954.20; family, $3.753.90; Northwestern rye, $3.25 3.50. Wheat No. 2 red quotable at 97iA98c on track. Corn No. 3 mix ed quotable at 4545c on track. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 41c; rejected mixed, track, 39c; No. 3 mixed, track, 401p; No. 3 white (to arrive), 42c. Chicago, Jan. 28. Wheat No. 2 red, 90097c; No. 3 do, 859Cc; No. 2 hard 8082c; No. 3 do, 72S0c; No. 1 Northern, 8G88c; No. 2 do, 83g87c; No. 3 spring, 75 87c. Corn No. 3, 4114 42c. Oats No. 2, 38c; No. 3, 38c. Live Stock. Cincinnati, Jan. 28. Cattle Heavy steers, choice to extra, ?4.905.10; fair to good, $4.10 4.85; butcher steers, extra, ?4.C54.75; good to choice, $4 4.C0; heifers, extra, $4.50; good to choice, ?3.754.40; cows, extra, $3.85 4; good to choice, $33.75. Calves Fair to good light, $77.75; extra, ( 8. Hogs Selected heavy shippers, 5.15; good to choice packers and DUtchers, $5.055.12i4; mixed pack &rs, $4.855.05; light shippers, $4.G5j MASON CIRCUIT COURT. Union Trust Company & al Plaintiffs, Ajjalust ' Equity. Merrill Parry, j Defendant lu obedience to a judgment and order of sale of the Masou Circuit Court.' rendered In the above mentioned cause at the November term, 1903, I shall, on Saturday, January 30, 1904, At 2.30 o'clock p. m on the premises, proceed to hell at public auction, to tbo highest Didder, on a credit of Mx and twelve months, the following real property, to-wit: Which property Is situ ated in Maon County, Stale of Kentucky, de scribed as follows: Beginning at a stone, corner to Chas. Parry ; thenco N. 6, V. 63 poles, 1C links to a stone, corner to Alice I). Parry; thence with her line N. 2, W. 42 poles, 3 links to a Htonu on the east slue of a hollow : tbenco down the same N 25, W. 22 poles, 1 links to a stake; tbeuco up a drain N 53, W. 11 poles, 10 links to the center of the dram In Galbraltb's line; thenco with bis line N. SI, E. 19 poles, 15 links to a stone, -i links southwest of an ash stump; thenco S. W E. 4G poles to a stouo between a redbud and tin lronwood ; thence S 78 E. 5 poles to a large oak. corner to Coudlt Daugnerty; thence S. 2i, W 120 poles. 11 links to a stake, corner to Merrill Parr's 20 aero tract; tbenco S. 73Vi. W. 33 poles and C links to thy beginning. containing 35 acres and C8 poles, and same Is the laud convened to said defendant, Merrill Parry, by Chas. Parry and wlfo, by deed recorded in Deed Hook 01. page 220 together with all tho privileges and appurtenances thereunto belong ing, and all the rents, Issues and profits there from ; or BUfllcicut thereof to produce the sum of money to be made, to-wit : 81,057 85 and $75 probable costs of this action. Tho purchaser must be prepared to promptly execute bond, with approved security, for the purcbHFc prlrc, which bond shall bear legal In terest from day of snip until paid. C. BURGESS TAYLOR. Master Commissioner. L. W. Robertson, Attorney for Plaintiffs. c 0 A L Itlls here just arrived fresh from the mines. Peacock and "Williams, at same old price. Also handle BRICK, Sand, Lime and Salt. Agents for Alabaster Plaster jtjttf THE RACKET MAYSVILLE COAL CO., COOPER'S OLD STAND. PHONE 142. Sheriff's Sale! By virtue of two Executions No. C7 and 68 di rected to me, which Issued from the Clerk's ofllce of the Mason Circuit Court in favor of Tay lor Conrad and W. II. Ryder, against A Honnn and Annie Ilonan for tbo sum of 856 20 with C per cent. Interest from March 3rd, 1902. I, or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, February 1st, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. m., at the court house door, city of Muysvllle, lu Mason County, Ky., expose to pub lic sale, to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as may bo neces sary to satisfy plaintiffs debt, Interest and costs, viz: 883 95): Situated on tboMaysvilloand Mt. Sterling turnpike road, and bounded as fol lows : On tuo east and south by the land of John Chambers, on the wewt by the Maysvilleand Mt. Sterling turnpike road, on the north by the land of the Union Trust Company, levied upon as the property of A. Hon an and Annie Ilonan. TERMS. Salo will be made on a credit of three months, bond with approved security re quired of the purchaser, with Interest from date at the rate of 0 percent, per annum, and having the force and ellect of a replevin bond. Witness my hand this 12th day of January. 1901. J. R ROBERSON, Sheriff Masou County. By James Mackey, D. S. Pan "kake" flour and syrup Oalhoun'p. Commissioner's SALE MASON CIRCUIT COURT. Mattle D. Wortbington, Adm'x, Ac. rialnllfr, Against Equity. Fannie Wortbington and nls., Defendants. In obedience to a jugdment and order of sale of tho Mason Circuit Court, rendered In tho above mentioned cause at the November term, 1903, 1 shall, on Saturday, January 30th, 1904, at 10 a. m at the court bouse door, in Maysvlllo, Ky., proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve months, the following real property, to-wit . Beginning at tbo stone on tho outside of tbo lino of the dower tract, corner to No. 4 ; thence with said outsldelinoN.ClK. E. C 88-100 chains to a stako In the branch; theucoN.lJf.E. 6 3C-100 chains to a stako ; thence N. 29!, E. l'j chains to an elm : thence N. 4, 1 81-100 chains to a stone, corner to No. C ; tbenco with tho'llno of No. C 8. 20. E. 16 9.2-iuu chains to a stone in a line ot no. 2; thence with the Hue ol No. 2 8. 75. W 11 49-100 chains to a stone: thence S. 20, E. 4 93-100 chains to a stone In a lino nf No. 3; thenco with said lino 8. CCJi. W. 3 52-100 chains to the corner of No. 4; tbenco with the lino of No. 4 N. 20, W. 093-100 chains to the beginning, containing 15 acres, 1 rood and 9 poles, together with all the improve ments thereunto belonging. Also lot No. 2 designated (u the plat of division recorded In deed book 100, page 50, Mason Coun ty Court Records. Beginning at the B, 8 corner of the dower tract In Parry's line; thenco N. 20, W. 3 01-100 chains to.a stake ; thence S. 75, W. passing a stone, corner to No. 5 at 1 17-10) chains and rnnnlng In all 12 16-100 chains to a stone, corner to No, 5; thenco S. 20, E. 4 93-100 chains to a stone In aline of No. 3; thence with said lino N. 6 E. 12 53-100. chains to tho beginning, con taining 5 acres, upon which is tho family resi dence and being ono-flfth in tbo value of the dower tract. Tho purchaser must beprepared'to promptly execute bond, with approved security, for tho purchase price, which bond shall bear legal in terest from day of sale until paid. C. BURGESS TAYLOR, Master Commissioner. Geo. W Adair, Attorney for PJalntlil. The small things aro important becanso you need tbem. It is Important that you buy your "homegoods" from us because our prices are low and assortment In all lines complete. Look at our window display ol BEAUTIFUL CRYSTAL GLASSWAREj Only 10c. for choice. Hardware, Tin and Gran lteware, Hosiery, Notions, etc. Call us up and letusknowyourwants. Phono 361. L. H. YOUNG & CO No. 40 West Second Street. Cancer roris cuRABLtnM Wo euro cancer without tho knife. Very Httlo pain. Have cured over twentT cases in Mason County during the last ten years. We send a free book upon request which tells all about method of treatment. Will refer you to Mr. Geo. 8. Rosser of this paper, Beldon W. Bramel, JJedonia, Ky., Mrs. Joel T. Luruan, Mt. Cancel, Ky., Wm. BrameUNorth Fork, Ky., and a dozen ?,,,",?rs.,n,yoHr .wn onnty U you wish them. Write for free book at once. DRS. GRATIGNY BUSH, Oddfellows Temple, Cincinnati, O. AT DAN COHEN'S, IN ADDITION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF BOOTS and SHOES e offer a lot of high cut Shoes at the lowest price for the value of the goods we ever saw Men's Winter Weight Extra High-Cut Shoes, $1.73; Boys', Same Style, $1.48; Youths', Same Style, $139; Little Gents', Same Style, $1.24. All kinds of Rubber Footwear at prices less than others. W. R MEANS, Manager. GREAT SACRIFICE SALE -IN- WALL PAPER To nuke room for Spring stock. Don't place your order until you have seen my stock and learned prices. I will save you money. W. H. RYDER 121 , Sutton St. REMOVED, RG POLLITT, Dentist & All Work Guaranteed. No SOX West Second street, Maysville, Ky. oMDR. LANDMANjl Central Hotel, Thursday, February 4th, 1 904. Tlie Travders Insurance Co., Hartford. Conn. Gentlemen : I beg to acknowledge receipt of your check for 8150 handed me by your agent, Mr. W. n. Key, In full of claim for ten weeks sickness. Let me thank you for tho prompt settlement, and, to show my appreciation, I shall do all I can to in duce my friends to toko an Accident and Health rollcy In your company. Only through experi ence do we learn what a boon to mankind your Institution Is. Thanking you again for your promptness, I remain, very truly yours, CHARLES A. WALTHER. For tyt cents per day I will issue you a policy the Eamo as the above carried by Mr. Walther. Policies Issued while yon wait. Call and see me. W. H. KEY, Agent. UNCLASSIFIED. WANTED-A residence of flvo or six rooms, centrally located. Apply at this ofllce. "TOTIOE 1. W. Wheeler has moved his shoe JJ shop to tho room over Arthur Cunnintt ham's barber Bhop. opposite hia old stand. 26-3td OR Kpr-Afour-room flat, with bath room. Apply at GEORGE HEISER'B store 29-d3t 08T Wednesday, either on Market, Third or Second streets, a pair of stcol frame spcota- elftfl. PlfiAsn rottim tn this nmnA .h nAAr.A . ward. 28 dat Sleighing has been fine in tho country this week. There will be no meetinc of tho Dr. Basil O. Duke Chapter, TJ. D. 0., during H the month oi February. - Mrs. Job. F. Perrie, Prres.