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MJTSrSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1903. 



ONE COPY—ONE CEITT. 




nei'iiRN o« :«8 it. 

Tb* loldbuf li • ■allln' wltb till Ull up In the 
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Th* ohiaekbUB l« » fUMs' U kU aMM&M trary • 

Th« eatworm U u htmlaM m lk« toatbiabac Id 

June,; * 

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-Tb* tbUrbbt to knatia 

pllnn"; 

jind tractuTiB* tbf alfk^kaar law a traTtlla' 

ov«r time; 

Tba bopixn, tii*; 'v« migratad from tka aoaatry 

ottbalrblrtb, * 
TatKattaa, ka«'a wrWa>apa "aiortMa on tii« 

«artb." ^ j 

BlUjr Brjftn kp<>iw a MftMbta' till iron'M t«are<l 

hto luusi'il boat, 
Aadall tka tlmahai pnacbln'kaiaraaebln'fer 

tkadoati 

And I baar he ain't a kickia' on tbe color ot lb* 
■toflr, 

Ami aarar boitan enl/ wbta b« falM to get 



•onakow I ain't a (Mlln'naw )a*' Ilk* I OMd to 
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AbOQt thf* Trtintn a ntPAlIn' pvrrjthlnR Ihfy In to 
mpal, 

Ftt planners are a pliinkin' when; tbey ii«vrr 

planked btfore, 
And all-«rml clatbes ain't carlo' n-tios'a wearin' 

'•m no more. 

Tb* green-aoods nian'a a nendin'of liTit circulars 
to me,' 

Jiadgold brick* air a cbancia' band* wltb rcgii 
larltr, 

Ami 4«bi* air oat *( lasbloa, aa« tka baak a<: 

oauat la atria', 
Aad7at'*tb*Tnul*alriokMa'"aa-aar.4oB't it 

aukka ran aailloT 

Ua4*fataa4,I*la'tasplalala',tarI eaataaaotiy 

Wkaikar Prorldaaea or Xefgaa la a fatcbin 

tblaga anr wajr. 
Aadl ala't a stayla'np at'algkt a flggtrla'vut 

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Vm bu*r joUIISrla'. ^aaaaa waTa all a glttin' 

rich. 

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Ylrua at Ray'a 



Bz-PottiBMUr i. L.' fioalay of Paria 
li now k taaehar In Bill Academy at 
Stanford. 



▲t ParryTilla tomorrow, Unola Joo 
Hoppor, tba woU known PrMbytorlkn 
dlTla*. win with hit wito Mlabrato tba 
flftiath annlTTtkry of bit mnrr lkgo. 

tarOo to (). H. p. Thomas A Co., laO 
»nd 122 Market itreel, Mayavllle, Ky., 
for "Old Tlm«" Boorbon and "0\A 
MsyiTllU Olab" By*. Sold dtrmt from 
tba PIstllUry by tba quart, gnllon or 
barrel. Qopda goarnnteed. 

D«rlj»g tbe year Juat ended there were 
an aooeealona to tbe Obrlatian Cbnrch 
at Portamonth, of which Rev. O. P. 
Tanbman tg Pa»tor. Mr. Taubman ia 

well known in tlili county, having for- 
merly been I'aitor of the Chrlatlan 
Chnroh at Mayallok. . 



QTQronnd floor front room for rent 
on Conrt atfeet. Apply to Mra. L. V. 
Darla. 



RaT. B. a. B. Maan of thi* city and 
Mr. Fletcher Mann of Parte bought th* 
266-aere Mlobolaa ooanty farm of tbelr 
father, B*. Miltoa Maaa, lately de- 
ceased. 

Tho Cynthlann Baptists have called 
Rev. J. A. Tnylnr of Louisville to soo; 
oeed tbe He v. U. T. Mnaaelman, wbo 
haa beeone Paetor of the Vlrat Baptiat 

Church of thla city. 

Dr. Cbarlee B. Adane, a prominent 
young pbyalclan of Vaaoebarg, waa 
operated on at Pertemontb a fbw daye 
ago for a blood elot on the bratn. Hie 
condition baa been extremely eerloaa. 



TO CXTRT. X ry^tn Iir OWE DAT 

Take Laxative Brouo Qiiitjlne Tablet*, 
drngatsta refund tb* monejr if it fails to ( 
B. w.arova'aaiiDatuMiaoaaaeh bos. 



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C. We tgQl for Headlight OH, O aaollne. 

Mra. George Bion, a Parle mTlllner, 
assiKnad laat week. Her UaMilMee are 

about tl ,<BO. 

Oongreeemaa Keboe bae aoeared an 
inereaee in tbe peaaloa of Gordon 
Smith of OIloTllle, Lawreaoe eoaaty, 
from 96 to |10 per month, with baek pay 
amoantl ngto tl26.78. 

^^Mnrray A Thomas will gtre tb* 
loweat prlooa ooneleteat with boaeal 
work— aad tbey do ao other klad. If 
In the market for Moanmeatal or aay 
kind of atonework, yon will mlaa It If 
yoa mi js them. 



jQdge Napoleon Baekier, who twenty" 
three yeare ago left Mt. Olivet, died 
Thareday laat at kla home at Bl Paao, 
Tex. fie waa a brother of indge Buck- 
ler of Carlisle. Hla wife, wbo was Miss 
Maggie McCarthy of this county, sor- 1 nity, a* the values are moving fast, 
▼ivea, with two aont and one daughter. | Browh's China Palace 



Mre. William F. Sebooler, wbo bae 
l>eoa qa ttf i# eoatala— lag. 

The Varmera and White Bnrley To- 
baoeo Orowere Aeeoelatlon will hare a 
meetlag at Lealagtoa Jaaaary W Mk. 

Tbe Portemontb Blade says the •alt 
brought by William Clinker axalnst 
Richard Dawiton, the contractor, a few 
daya ago, will llkali b« compromised 
through the efforta frieada ot tbe 
parlies. 

Th* I'ortiitnouth Ulaiie nay*: "Th* 
Klllp KIlHler Company, wliiclr showed 
at Maysvllle, Ky., Wednesday evening, 
encountered a heavy frost. Tlio receipts 
amounted to a little over faoo. Maya- 
vllle sea aw to be loaing her grip ae a 
show town, evea If they have got a eoay 
little theater." Tbe Blade waa ailein- 
formed as to the receipts of tbie eom- 
pasy, aa they reached nearly double this 
amount, anti, coaslderinK the fact thai 
a anow storm raged all day, the li<>ii.ir 
was extremely good. AikI utili .May 
Vllle ia just aa good a sbow town as 
Portamonth ever darea to be. 



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eiOIINI MT MIL 
Wlebing to dfepoae ef my retell etock 
by Pebmary lat, I am offering the great- 
est cash inducement In our line of 
Fancy ('hiaa. Lamps, Bric-a-BraiS^ and 
Dinner Ware. Don't miss the upportu- 



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D«vor*a tax levy for liNM baa been 
fixed at ee oante on tbetlOO. 

Miee Oertrode dinger ia very ill at 
the home ot her parenta, Mr. and Mrs. 
, f/Ueorge M. dinger, on Weat Front 
atreet. 

Joe Edward, little eon of Dr. and Mrs. 
Edwin Matthewa, haa been very lit for 
eeraral days, threatened with pneu- 
■oaia. 

Mr. C. P. ll%tuiH o( Dover is raovint; 
bis family into the property of Mre.Wii- 
liam Wormald, eoraer of Third and 
Wall atrceti. 



The Bracken County Hank of Brook' 
ville, at its last (juarterly report, had I 
unpaid di^vldeadK of $874.50 and Individ- 1 
nal dep oaita of 177.634.53. 

W. D. Blgelow and .Mrs. Kdnn tjiiin-l 
Ian were married recently In Fleiulnt;' 
county. The brid* w»-i divoroed one 
day and wedded the next. 

In the eaae of tbe citmmonwealth, use, I 

e(e., ve. Stone, tak*n up from Nicholas \ 

eonnty, tba motion tu a*t axide submis-! 

sion and for a re-arf;umeiit was over-' 

ruled in the Court of ,\ppeal3. 
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From the best American makers — and America makes the beet blanket* — we've gathered aach blanket goodnesi ae will appeal to every 

hoDsewife. Oti a few lines prices are the same as those quoted in September when we broke the record in blanket value g^ivin;;, but some 
lUie.i iirr rvcM ctirBpcr now and yon mny be orrtftin tho at.indnnl of excel Irncc has not been lowered. You can buy an caccllcnt cotton 
biuiiket (ur $1 and then by easy stages you reach tbe luxurious elegance of our $7.5U blanket. A word of our banner biauket — a Mission 
Mill^jTblanlrayor^^^ doean't oiler. 

TO CLOSE THE FURS 

Tbe brisk selling of the past week has made decided inroads on our lur stuck but enough remains to make choosing a pleasure. IT! 
ftieMjre^bont halt and yoo will ba *o Bad fMn ft^lMg aoited to the lighteet puree. * 

Every Piece of DRESS GOODS 

ilus had a radical mark down. Not one excepted. We have tio hesitation iii saying this is the Ijost opportunity to buy a dress, skirt or 



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Rural RMtM To Bt EitaNMwil 
Mmm Ib Ftbrawy- 



Advioea from Waahlugtun aay tliut 
three tree delivery rontee will be e^ 
tabliabed ia tbte eoaaty oa Febrnary 

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The length of the roatee eovera n aHlee 

and will servo a popnlatlon of .S,I87. 

Tb* Posteflioes at Pernleaf, Morana- 
burg, MLOllead, MnrphysviUe, Orange- 
burg, TueitRhdp, TurDersville and 
Washington are to he supplied by rural 
earrlere. 



j1 Silent Mm 

Often gains a reputation lor wisdom, while the 

talkative Icllow is st-t clown as a Vjlf)wcr. The mcr 
chant who succt'ccis, howfver, is usually the one who 
has a good thing and makes a noise about it. 

}^e've tbe Shoe Line^dd^ 

To get entiuisiastic over, and our aim is to 
^ive you better goods than yon ever bought in Alays 
ville before for the same money. We want your per- 
manent trade, and don't ask it on faith, but merit. 
We sell Shoes that give satisfaction, and this is the 
secret of our busio' ss L>rowth. 

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Bariley 
Cash Shoe Compy] 



The Oonrler^onrnal Saturday bad a 
very good llkeaeee of Mr. Tbomaa D. 
Slattery of thie eity. 

BMr. Tbomari A. Thompson died the 
past week at Felioiiy, O., ag*d 78. Ui* 
funeral ooonrred Thareday, ooadooted 
by Rev. T. P. DegBaaa. 

HORRIBLY BURNED. 



Mr. Joha Waleh attended a bnsineas 
meeting of tbe Southern Motoal In vest- 
ment Compaoy'e agents In Lexingioo 
on Friday laat. 



Colored Woman tiie Victim Yes- 
terday at Her Home Here. 



Mrs. Heory Uughas, colored, was 
horribly burned yesterday morning at 
her home on Foarth atreet, Baet of 

I'lum. 

She was engsfted in oooking break- 
fast and was ui>ing the grata for that 
purpose. She had a skillet frying meat, 
and tbe greaae caught Ore. In attempt- 
ing to extinguish it her clothe* were 
ignited. Hhe ran out into the atreet 
tcreaming, and before tbe flamee oonld 
ha extinguished she waa baraed la a 
horrible manaer. 

Medleal attention was hastily sum- 
moned, and this morning the unfortn- 
nata woman la getting along nieely. 

Mr*. Huffhes moved to tbisolty about 
a week ago from Wauhlngtoo, her hus- 
band being employed by Mr. William 
MoClellaad la the eooaty. 




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The Democratic Committee ot the 
Third Jadiolal Olstrlet met Saturday at 
KnMawaaad orderod a primary elee* 
tlon to be bold on May 9, tbe date of 
tbe state primary, for the parpoee of 
noalaattag eaadldatee for Olreirt* 
Jadga aad yow o awaaltt'e Attoraay. 

Ton NIavs reported to the Aaatrian 
Uonaul at Mew York that with thirty- 
two othere they bad beea torelbly tai> 
priaonad and compelled to labor la a 
Virginia coal mine. Tbe men elaim 
they were lured by promise of high 
wagex, but were paid practically noth- 
ing. All eeoaped, but thirty-two were 
recaptured. _______ 

The Joint Hymnal Commlaatoa ap- 
pointed to select a hymn lioolt for both 
dtvlsloaa of the Matbodlst Church la 
tbeUaltod Statea held Ite flret meetlag 
at Nasliville. Htrong axpressiona of 
fralernlty characterised the opening 
sessloa aad the work ortheOommlaaioB' 
i<i expeplod to hsvo fsr-resching re- 
sults in bringing the two bediee oloser 
together. 

The eoaetaatly toereaalag etrtageaasf 

In the coal situation has resulted in a 
deeieion to call a National Convention 
in Waehlagtoa ae sooa |aa foaaiblo lor 
tbe purpose of nrglag on President 
Koesevelt the need of takiag Immediate 
aotioii. The eaU wlU be made by Mayor 
Maybury of Detroit, Chairman of the 
Permanent Committee of the Detroit 
Coal Ooaveatloa, whieh met iatarday 
In Chicago. 

Henry K. Yontsey, who is serving a 
life sentence in tbe Frankfoc| PentUn- 
tiary for oompllclty in the aiardar oT 
Henalor William Qosbal, waa befOro 
the Franklin County Conrt Satiuday 
for six honre. He will resame his tee- 
timony today. Hla evidence will be 
closcty guarded by tbe ComAionwealth 
until he goea oa the stand at the next 
trial of Caleb Powere or Jim Howard. 
There are many anrmisas afloat as to 
tbe evldeaoe be Is giving. 

While King Aifoaso of Bpala, aoooL- 

panied by hi^ mother and i-ievrral mem- 
tiers of tb* Upauish Court, was return- 
ing from Obnroh a aaa fired lato the 
party. He waa arrested by a guard. 
He claimed that he bad attempted to 
asaasalaate the Duke of Sotomayer, 
wbo was in the carria(;e following tbe 
one in which tka King waa aealed. Tbe 
prisoner gave ble name aa Fralloz. Ia 
his pooketM were fotiod letters addressed 
to PreiiUent Koosevelt, King iCdward 
and the Emperor ot Oermaay. Spaalah 
ofTiiMalii announce that Ihey believe the 
man is loaaae. 



Mr. W. C. Palham has opened aclgar 

tloie and Lihacco faclory at Nu. 107 
\\ saI .Muiu Htrcei, Lexington, and The 
Herald ^iiys he Is lo bring his faatly 
tu thai i-iiv for a future residence. 



PISeAH rSiAMI'MCMT. 

riMsh Kneaoipravnt Nu. u, i.o. ii y .\mii mcvt 
atT.XI tbUevanlac. VHIiliiif I'atrUrt l.o <M.r<ll*lly 
iayltcd. JuH.s K. Cim iihan, c. P. 

/oka W. Tfeampaoa, Maria*. 




MAVaVILLK LUMB. V. AMU A. M. 

Htatcd mMtlna of Majravlll* Irfxlae Ma U, P. 
and A. II.. at 7:00 u'clocn inalabt. 

A. T. TaoarwiM, W, M. 
a. a. Blaael. a*cr*tary. 




Fotitionii are bein); numerously 
signed protrstloj; against the ault filed 
by M. ('. Hawkins agaiost Nicholas 
eouaty to recover $;u,CIOO, claimed to 
have bven illegally oolleoted for the 
parpoee of ballding the Coarthoaco. A 
mass meetlngjatll be held today la op- 
position. 



•taw or Ohio, C'itt or Tolbdo, 

I.ri.m t'.vi-NTv. t" 

Fntiik J. t'lietiry iiinlcca oHtli IIiaI h* I* tb* 
•eiilur pkriiicr of tlir linn irf K. J. Cbenaf A Oo., 
d<>in( tiUHliifW In Uit> clu' of ToImIo, oonalir aaa 
ilaie alurvuld, and that WAld flrm will pajrJtlM 
som ol 00* hBad«*4 eollan tor aaah aaa avasy 
aaa* olCatawbtbat cannot baoand br thaaaa «( 
Hall's Catarrh C'urr. Fhahk J. CnuKSV. 

Hwora to brfurt- mr muI nulMi rdiml la tajl 
*ne*thli<Mida)ro(I»*aMDb*r, A. u. iiwi. 

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FIFTY-ONE STYLES CORSET COVERS. 
FORTY-THREE STYLES OF SWRTS.. 
TWENTY STYLES OF DRAWERS. 
FORTY-FOUR STYLES OF 60WNS. 

DuoH not the l<ir«>K<>iiiK Hiiiiunary ti-ll u Kr«>ai (UmiI'.' Th woiiirii who 
have proved the <>xc«'llcnco of the Mualin Uiiderweai- at >lerx Broa. it InaveM 
nothing untold. Thvy take Ibr'srantod fkill patternx, noweat atylea, pret- 
tiest ombroMeriee and ulmniiaca and beet aewlnti. To tho weaaasi who: 
have novor boacht theto aadarwoar btro. let thla bo aa invitation toooaaa 
aad aoe tho^oat eatisflMMory aaaotcnent ofoavoAilly made anderwoar wa 
kaow or. 




Muslin Underwear 

• SALE. 




W«' •■ail «»<ll < liri>p<T iiiiu litH'MiiM- «!• K' I t< iiiailo 
<'ht>ap<T thiti time ol'tlii' > •■ai . ami a*. ih<> iIimiihiiiI tor uii- 
cierwear IncreasM, u|i Ko ihi> priceit. Yoii l>iiy i-uul in the 
tiuiiiiiier til ko^p yon wiiriii in the winter bc<>«uae yak buy 
it cheaper. Buy muslin underwear in the winter to keep 
yon oool la the anmmer beonuaa you can iMy It cheaper. 

Sooond Soor and center window deto^ed to Utla aale. 

MERI BROS. 



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RaaralaraiMtlna ot I'oaaall Vo. IS.Jr.O. C. A. 
M., [his •venlng at 7:00. All 
quaatad lotmprixriii. 

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KhIIS i'dlarrti Ttire in IAla.Mi liiUriml Iv, An<1 ikctn 
directly uo tb* blood and mucoua Mrlace* uf lb* 
ajrstsB. eaae lor taatlmoatala fsa*. 

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D. HECHINGE R & CO. 

It docs look as if the people have been waiting for 

our Cut Price Sale. 

. Whilst at this season ot the year most merchants 
reconcile themselves tu just what happens to come along 
we take an aggressive stand and hold out inducements that 
will make people buy despite the lateness of the winter. 
The public recognizes the values we give them in our 
Stein-Bloch, Aillcr Bros, and Garson-Meyer Clothing, all 
of which are now sold at 



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From the regular price, and this accounts tor the phe- 
nomenal business we are now having. 

If interietted in a Suit or Overcoat for yourself or 
boy look in every other clothing houM in town before you 
come to us. It will not take you long to find out the 
cause of our house being constantly crowded with buyers. 

HOME STORE. D. HECHINGER & CO. 




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FUBUC|||S((|(Ijm}£^ 

■xcscn •rxn*v, Ji i.T rorBTH. thafkm.'timo 

AND CBMIWTMAH. 

OrrlLrj /v,,, i w. ..t. .wa»»»«4«. A*. . . . ■ 

A ' nllOMTPTtOm-iy A»VAirCK. 
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TI>re«- Monili. 

■ I SKUD B Y CARKIKR. 
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While unloading tiai for lh« C. andO. 
ftt Coaoord, lamtt OarUuM ot Ortranp 
had of of hia.fMt badly naabad bj a 

Tailing 

W. H, Neal, who •■cap«d from tba 
Or««nupJaUa weak ago, k%» aamn- 
darad hlmaalf. AUrad Ragglaa. wbo 
galnad his liberty at tha aama time, U 
ttlU at larg a. ^ ^ ^ 

THE TOBACCO FAIR. 

What Ar9 You Doing to Make the 
Fourth a Succees? 

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VlaaiinRtbarx la fr«a of debt* wltb 
|S,000 In tha tfawory. 

Mr. John MilU haa bean alaolad Vlr* 
Chief of yiamlnmbnrg. 

Tha aaw Heard ot Aldarnan at Pa- 
daoab, eompoMd of font Damo«raU 
and toor tIapiibllaaBa, la deadlookad 
ovar tba alaaMoa of a praaldtni t ofllaar. 

Tha riaailnR County 01 1 and Oaa 
Company. drllUnr on 1. J. Triplatt'a 

farm in Uowaii county, kI • dppth of 
liiT fcol dtrnoli \ slrotiR tlow of Ka«. The 
(iiR HI 1 11 Id :i >;rciil rttiMll «Ild Ig- 
nited (run) the forge, making a bl){ 
hiaze, which waa finally aubdued. 



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Th* Hi'v. T. DoWlIt TalmuKi- Myii - 

*'A ot'WknHper wliiiHf* I'tiliiuiiis ov,*r 
flow itH" •ftverilnt-niHiitit of l>uil 

nrw nil II (ihii moro luflnrnr tii i>i 
intrlliiK alUMitloii iokiiiI duIiukik iii> n 
rltv I r town t' an uny olh« atfiiry 
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""i iininx to riiillit IIP n towa aa newMa- 
'!>• p»rH vrW piier,i..l/n1. anil tlita p«*»r 
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On Febraary 21st,lM3,the(ourtb annual 
Corn aqd Tobaeoo Fair will ba held In 
MayiTille. 

Every farmer in Maeon county wbo 
growa tobacco, corn, wheat or potatoaa 
ahould make an exhibit. 

Wa expect a large exhibit froa the 
atata of Oblo and an aepaelally larga 
exhibit from tba ooaattaa ot Cantrai 
Kentneky. 

Wa bare the aasnranea ot aannplaa of 
tobaooo ^rowa under caovaa at the 
State Callage. Tbia will not enlar into 
eompetttlon with tobacco growa la the 
ordlDMjp way. 

An Intarasting program of moalo and 
addreatea will be arranged for the enter- 
tainmant of vtsitura, 

A large delegation from LouisTllla 
and Cincinnati will he present and add 
tatareat to the ocraaion. 

Let everybody get ready for the fourth 
annual Tobaoio Fair. 

TiiK Hii,vnr> of Trade. 



HARD TO IIPLAIN. 



IfThl* Undocrurrrd .\iiywhare BltaTbun 
MayavMU Uar Boodara 

MiKht n» br It. 

It's bard to explain how the public 
ean eoattnaa to doubt in the face of 
each evideacr. If thi^i Mcrc |>iii)li>lii''i 
anywhere else than in Mayavllle; if the 
Statement given below want tba ronnds 
of the preg« readers In Huston or New 
Orleans might donbt it. But it's rery 
different whan the testimony glvea 
eomes from a friend, perbap* a neiKl>- 
bor. It lapablie ezpreaaioD of a local 
oltlsen, and oan be easily laveatlgated : 

Mr. Larmon Dawaoo, realdlBg at 9B4 
SaatiSaeond street, say a: 

•*ne qtflek relleC from pain In my 
baek which followed the nse of Dean'a 
Kidney Pllla proved them to possesa re- 
markable puwcrH. I pro'^iired them at 
J. Jaa. Wood A Son * DriiijBtore, corner 
of West .Seronil ami Markt-t streets. 
From the aatiHfai'tory reiiull* otjtuineil 
I can advlae all in n^td of a kidney 
medlolne to give Uoaa's I'Uls a trial." 

Vor aala by all daalars. Prlee 60p. 
■Called by ToaTaa Milbcrw Co., 

Bnffalo, M. T. 
Sole AgenU for the United Statea. 

Romember the namo— DOAM'S— and 
take no snbatltuta. 




—Detroit Jjiirna: 

The Oil Trwirt is tke Coal Traai— I*v» atraeka »aak»t that yaa ovarlaakadi 



VICTIMS OF DAMB FikSHIOII. 




New York Times. 



LESSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY in PUZZLE 



, firasrlfi/ HMUMMt 

tB^JIi^ tt i m»i li i# ^idvtrtUfmmtt ap'^earlHtf in tht 
m9ittKlMafif thii p^per, or huviot; ffotxU from a 

mtrcftiliir wh(>s€ advert ttrm^n.* >tf>i>rn: i ii\ IMm pr.per. 
our rtttdrvM are rxjirrt i.iij rf^u- utii u, %tfUf t'\iit th^y 
taw thtt adi^ti^mrnt in TuK pi BLir LKV<*Kn. 
This vHil e('»t you n<UMno^ and it u ill he ffr<Urf\Uly 
apprertafed hv t't(h th« advrrtt*fr and the JCditor. 




WE WISH YOU A m 




a»»i>aa«ii>a a a»'#0a»->ae»»'#0>»«- 
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aa»«<»ea« Sae»»'§aaaiiSiea««>ae«»- 



Happy 



and 



Prosperous New Year 

We believe that the new year will be a happy one for you. 
Providence has been kind to us in the production of bountiful 
crops, and the fact that our neighbors are happy and contented 

should ease any individual ache that we mi^ht have. 

Wo 1)0<j: to assure you that we will do all in our power to 
aid prosperity by continuing our liberal business policy. 

The Same Extremely 
Low Prices Will Prevail , 

Upon Furniture, 
Implements and Machinery 

That has ^lade our house so popular. We assure you of our 
hearty co-operation in your effort to buy merchandise upon 
close prices. 

You will always find us freeJy doing our part toward close 

trading. Yours faithfully, 

JNO. I. WINTER & CO 

I li^ WMT£ IT 19031 



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IVATSAX HAI.E rAPTTRRD BY THK HRmSH. 
Flad Wliliaai Johaaon. 

Gen. Washington desired Information regarding the Britiah forces in 
New York city, and Capt. Nathan Hale volunteered to act aa a apy to secure 
It. Dresaed aa a aeboolmaater h<* paaned through the enemyV lines, acuured 

the desired information anil spent a night at the Iioid-i of AVilltani Johnson. 
It was when he was waiting for a boat to take liini ImcVs to tJie .\mericnn 
lines tliiit lie \mis ri'ropni/rd by n tory rrl.it ivc. wIjo hi irax rd him to n 
Uritihli naval fitlinr. and wiieii tlio jintriot ;i piinMolu-d what he mp|inseil 
tilt' lioHt hf liiid been waiting' Tor lie found it \v,ns one from .t I'.riiisli 
wur %'esBel and was captured, lie was conili iniu r! a s|)\ aihl I ..n'r>-(l 
on September 22. I77A. 




WE Have Excelled 

All oar pMVtoiia ofltaeta to please, and wr ar« lihowtnic fbr 
tltia HolttUytbo flaeat Uaa over abown In Mayavtlto— 
miilTART SKTS. BHAVIlfO Sim. TOItET BBTS. 
MANICL'KK SKTS. DIAMONDS to Bta ^B , Sfda, Pa» ' 
danu and Kar Drop* at ptiatm saavaataeS M% lawer 
thaa they liave ever aoM. 

11/ JTr'HFf^ ME PERFECT 

WAiLIUiiy T!MEKEEPEUSU*M4* 



Tiie caeca arr worka of art. I^et um hhow you huw clieap 
jroa can own one of theee handMome timekepprr*. IM- 
BRKLIiAS. 8TEKLINO 811. VKK SPOONS, KMVKS 
and VORKA. CVT OUUM. CUIMA. BUONZBS, SILVKH 
PliATED WAKB. Wa ugO yo" to call aad aae oar 
Holldsky liliM and team aw low prtoea. Prleea aaa gmmt- 
antMd lower tiaaa tiM aasaa Usie of saoda oaa ka boasbt 
Sir elaawhae«. 



MURPHY, ^^wTlW, 



Geo.Cox&Son 

Dry Goods, 
Carpets, 

HMie FinlsllKs, 



Uce Cirtaios, 
' WMawShiidet, 

Art Squares, 

Uooieons, 

Nattiflgs. 

We raapecanuly tavtia 
apeotlasi balbre Mklas yaw 

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T« NEW STORE 

^ut8 on sale Monday all Overcoats and fancy win- 
ter weight Suits for Men and Boys. Right on the 
front table just as you enter the store. 

PRICES MARKED IN PUIN FNORES. 

GEO. He FRANK &i CO. 



FRIDAY and SATURDAY 

Are Bargain Days'nt the New York Store 

of Hays & Co. 

READ THESE PRICES 



llMt heavy Hrowii CotlOD 4o.' 

Ii-m iliur L'allcoM 4Vo. 
llcM HiTuna MoiirulKS CsllOOMlMo. 
Real Apr<iii(ili)gtian)5e. 
l'nl>lr*rljMlHli,-i-Uiit IRc. 



DRESS GOODS. 

An-waolTrloaia.alleoleri.ae. ^ 
Fini- ait-wool Bop aaeklns, wortli lOe, 

uow .%c. 
Pino UenrlatlM Vc. 
T •IT«la Hllk*. all coliini. **c. worth Wc. 
PloMI OtSM Oooda to black Me, worth 

tiJO. ^ 



UNDERWEAR. 

Mro'a b«at baarr ribbed aod aeaoad Ob- 
<i<-rw*Br. wotUi MM. tiMaa days Be oaly. 



SHOES. 



LadlM* aoa DoBsels BhoM. Cola to*, all 
■lt«a, :Sl-M. only Mc, aurtli-ai.a. 
lAdiac solid laaibtr Bliuaa new tbsiNa, 

LadlM' ytn 
II. «. wortli it 



flna ttaees, aataodad aoha, 

NOTIONS. 

.ra&it®^""-'- 

Clill'lr-n'( Wool BoMlSr. 

L«<tlra' rancjr Hose, good quality, (o. 

pMu-l Button* la. 

B«lt Bubbar BalrpUia Me doaaa. 



state National Banic, 

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JMM w. Nana. 



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MATIVILLB DITlalOa. 


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REMOVAL!^ 

Dr. T. H. N. SMITH, 
uai.1 A at ■ DatrTUvrM. 

a«*AII arark {ally taaraalea*. 



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WXXKLV KUPVOLJCAif-an, 
OAJl r PUMl.IV iMttOEM-im, 



MAYSVlLLEy KY., MONDAY, JANUARY 1l\ 1003. 



OSE COPY— da E CENT. 



ITEMS OF INTEREST 
FROM MANY STATES 



Brto/ Mention of u Uay'ri Important IIai»p«alav« 
in This Bltf World ot Ours. 



Tb« F«aaayIvut*«Itotlroa<l Company 
la to speiK) ftbont |KS,000,000 for lmprov<-- 
merits. 

Kobert A. Frl«drlck, bora In Lincoln 
county, Ihla lUta, U dead in BtiK Fran- 
claoQ. 

At Paolt, Ind., Proaeontlne Attorn»y 

■ uddieiiuii liaM Qlad muU to ou«t the 
Franoh Lick Hprlnga Hotel Compaoy 
from ItH fCliarteiS chsr|tln( It allowi 
garabliDK on U« pramiiea. 

The Illinois Hupreme Court has dP- 
. elded that the woekJy pay law is con- 
atltotional. This will ci>mp«l tnanu- 
^ . faetnrars In that state to piiy liiolr nsn 
' ^ 7 waakly whonovor It in dnmanded. 

i^i f Pitobar Kd. L. Slevar, for the last 
^ thraa yaara one of the reKUlar memberx 
o( ttia Oatroit Aneriaan Leagua baaa- 
bft|| team, haa aigDad a oontraot with 
Ilia'St. Loala taam in Iba Amarioan 
^ L*«Koa. 

Rank notes for about half a cent each 
eiroalata fraaly la Paragoay, It take* 
tilto Botaa to gat one'a boota blacked 
and aigbt to pay tba poataga •( a latter 
lo Bngland. Tat ana of tbam will buy 
ta aaaaon Hftaan orangaa, thraa bananas 
or a Waiarnaal on 

A tannel andar tlio Thamaa fdr the 
aocomoiodation of paAeatrlana has 
baatt reoantly compietad and opaaad to 

the public. It laatoba 11 faat In di- 
ameter, 1^217 faat long, with lha top 
thirteen feet below the riverbed. It is 
accsMsible by eloctrlo elayators, and a 
ayiral iron railway at attbar and. 

M ('iiiuie, a French vrlontiti, has 
fouiirl a way to prodiici- hyilrouen 
cheiipiv froui common illuiiiinating 
g^i. Ho simply passeu the tEas 
tb'oauh a tuba imbaddad In liquid air 
and ibe kydrocarbon alaoianta lo tha 
gaa are llqnlflad orfroien out and laft 
behind, whila tha hvdrogan passa* on. 



Colorado (inyx,alal)B«llnc aiul roment 
will I f \i*eil In the conslru -11. n 'if the 
Colorado building at tha World's Fair at 
St. Loala. 

The Are, which for four nionlliH 
threatened the ^reat United Verde cop- 
per mine At Jcroma, Aril., haa Anally 
been exHugui ibad. 

Haxony haa one of tba beat reffnlated 
systems of forestry in the world, the ncl 
profits frou the foreati amounting an- 
naally ta ovar 18,000,000. 

Loo XIII. sent hU lilesBlni; to tha 
Counted* Anna Moroni on the occasion 
of her hundrcdil. Itlithday. In ebild* 
hood they were i^layinatu*. 

Mmo. Thrresp 11 iitn hrrt, the bead of 
the coierle of rnrisinn iiiillerw, hu* 
auuuuuuad that *he would assuma all 
raaponalblltty for the affair. 

Llent, Peary expraaaea a willinKnosH 
to make another effort to reacb the 
North Pole, provided any ona Will 
place $160,000 at bis disposal. 

Prof. Tobias Huffaker of Adair 
oonnty haa announced himself aa a can* 
didata on tha Prwblbltlon tlokat to rap- 
resent his District In tha naztKentneky 

Legislature. 

An oMtricli iievsr ^oes straight to tho 
neff, bnt nlway* approni'hSH It with 
many windinga and detours, In order. 
If poHsibis, to eoBoaal tha ioaaltly from 

observation. 

Nupposlnfi he wa^ glvitiK a dose nf 
paragoric, Frank Meam, n protninont 
liveryman of A shevi I li-, N. C, gava IiIh 
I'liiid !<tr>riiiiirir. riiv child la dead 
from thi' pf[e'-ls I'l liic poison. 



It 1h reported iiihi iiu Nstional As- 
sociation of titaiii>ii ;i i \ Kiiginaers has 
adopted, by a vote uimuHt nnantmoas, 

an amendment to lis constltnllon da^ demninu t<< (<• h')< pi-raon 
barring NeBroea from mi>mber»h1p. eomp l-ov • . . |.o* • •• • "•> 



BEST FOR THE 
BOWELS 



tyen baTva't anamltr, healthy mnvcaient of tk« 
•!• «T«iry d>T, Tio'r* tU or will be. K«ap roo* 
>p«ii. ftnd D« well. Toree, In th« Bhftpe of 
^hytlo or pill poison, I* a«Dgtroa>, Tha 
■mootb"«t, aMle*!, mo«t perfect way of I 
the bowel* (Uasaod dean I* to 



CANDY 
CATHARTIO 



Janea W. tf efr,a Olnelnnati prenotar, 
filed a Tolantary plea In bankmptcy In 
the United States Oonrt. Ula llablll- 
ttea are 144,170, and ha haa no aaaats. 

The Deoioerata afthe Mlaaonri Lagia- | 
lataf% In Joint eanoaa nominated for- 
mer GoTernor W. J. Stone of HI. l.«ala 
for rmied Hratea Senator to eMoeed I 
Heoator Vesl. 

Senator Hanaa haa a dinner aai of' 
twelve plates originally made tor the 
Austrian Kmperor. The deeoratton of 
esch plate is a fae^lnlla of soma 

famous paluilng. 

With a prodnetlon oriR,82P,ms barrela 
of flour In M lnni>»|Mj|{<< paased 

every prevlouH rocord, the output being 
Vtl,im harreU more than that of IWI, 
which hoM the record. 



River 
News 




Dns hundred ancl eleven ladlea have 
(i)italiicil tlK'ir iiiedlcal degree at the 
tlnal state (- x aiiiinations for women 
doctors, wiiirii iiitvv justbeett held for 

the llTHt time in KuiciH. 



Three men arc dead and fourtcsn 
persons Injured, onu fatally, a^^ the re- 
•nltof a rear-ehd coUlslun between two 
tralna of the Penns v i vanla Railroad on 

the main street of Ada, O, 

While Alexander B. CaVce, a Dan- 
ville, Va., tobaeoo exporter, waa abnent 
from hia rooma In a faablonabla board- 
Ing-honae In How York, a thief entered 
the apartmenta and stole $1,000 worth of 
Jewelry. 

Jaoob A. Rlla of Mew York adro- 
oatea tha opening of publle aeboola in 
great dtlaa on Snndaya. Laotnrea and 
entertalnmenta should be given to keep 
the boys from the evils of tenement 
iionse life and the all-allnrlng glitter 
of the saloons. 

The deed eommltled by Onltean la re- 
ferred to In a threatening letter ad- 

itrassed to President Roosevelt by l>r 

\V. H. Colfie 111 .MheoH, IVuil., wliij 
seek" recocii It ion ilii .lllce from ihe 
UiiviM nmi-ii! . .\ dp-i r i |ii lou of Dr. Col 
fee has been furnUhni the secret at- r- 
vloe. 



Joseph Mwoliorta, 
(leiid at 'I'l-rre i|>, 
■ 'llor lor .S'l'taii 
her I f \ oar - , i i i 

tinople III • • I iiK , 
when (he lan of 



an old tailor, if 

!•(•, IlKt. H« Wil- 

"I I'lirkev u niiiM- 
ip .1 I > Con-la - 
iliiiiy \e.<rn stio, 
Turkey we* C'>ii- 
»uspected of 

p»rsi»v 



The Indiana will ba np tonight for 

Pomeroy. 

The Virginia will paaa down tonight 
from Plttsbnrgh. 

The Helen M. Uonld from Portamontb 
will be down tonight, 

liie big steel boll towboat BprAguo, 
owned by the Monongabela Kiver I'on- 
Bolldated Coal and <'oke C^ompany, itc- 
Cording lo u tclr^rHni received hy llial 
Col poratloD from New Orleans, xtarted 
North with a tow of thirty eroptiea. 
The boat haa had new , hog chains 
placed In her bull, and la 'again In ex- 
cellent ehape. She will eoneasfaras 
LnnlaTiUe, reinrnlag from there with a 
big tow of oonl for Raw Orleana. 

Captain Stafford of New Cleans Is 
one of the company which i« •iMiediilad 
to take tlie hteaiuer New South to New 
OrleniiH to run la the exciirr^o<ii trade 
O'lt nf tlial port. Tins H i.' i t o- first 
time that tiio New Nouih iiii> i ti miced 
ownerithlp. .She na' ori^iiiHlly iiulltto 
run in Iba Paducah trade. She was 
then brought to Cincinnati and wne pat 
In opposition to the Louiavlile packets. 
After one aeason ehe was hnnuht by the 
Cincinnati, Mamphl-* and N * orieaaa 
Paitket i:;ompany and wii-< put in the 
cincinnaii, Mampbia and Mew Orieaaa 
tra<l<>. 

Ciipiniii (i i-:ir K. Harrett, Maoneer of 
■ he itarrelt 'r(iwtii>iil Coiiii anv, tioui:ht 
liie tow'ioat Louis Houck irom the 
American Halt Company of chic^^o. 
The Uoiiok li< credited With bfin^ t)i« 
oioMt powerful hlgh-preaanre. boat on 
iiiM river, with the exception oL ibe w. 
vv. O'Neil of the Monongahtia Con- 
oiidi|ted Coal and Cuke Company, 
t he (|ii»stion of power for ihi'i cia** of 
bo. Is lie- hetweun thene two. The 
llouck I- -JIO f-'et hint', wiiti u l.Vfoot 
tieiiiii, ■Ji'-iiicl) oyliiiilirH .in i lo-fdot 
stroke. 'I'lic purchase pii-'wc , ont 
• The crew of the T H. P .sli, 

Which was -lold to the Chicaao «i:d B >xt- 
em Haiiruad a few week a ago, will le 
•hippxd on the Honok. 



EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY 

Plenmil. P«Ut«ble, I* '"■'>' • T!«t» 
Qood, Nevrr si, ■ r. Wi-ik 1. ,.r (iripei 
It eant* per l.ox. Write tut tttiv eampte, 
latoahaalth. Addres* 411 



The Llarie Bay will 
night from Portamonih. 



BREAD 

That bring^s pure 
blood is bought 

of Traxel's. Have 
good blood by 
eating this good 
Bread. 



»%S~F. If. TRAXEL 



CONFECTIONERY 

COMPANY, 

imtBi'mowm in. 



paaa down to- 



Thcro Im nothinii L' tha report that 
Captain Laldley was going to aell oat 
river Intereata and retire to private life. 



, ov l;.. i 

nrri vod 



hy 
at 



Tlie -tivi-ii'.f M,';. ■■ 
Captain .lohn V. Klein. 
l'ittHbur)ch Trom M.':i:i i.:.,,:i:..l ^rv^r.^.-- 
tnent* are being made for anotbor tow 
of fire brick and produce. 

The itank of Oermantown reports 
%i*,m!i.yi Individual deposits. 

Dover close* the year \mi with a bal- 
ance of 128.00 m the Treaanry. 

Mr. Sam King baa porehaaed the 

grocery of Mr. A. M. Potta in the Fifth 

Ward. 



LISTEN 



Wia»«r rear aad tear ate Mweatee 
a -.lucty class of ciaalamx laaulM 
iS wbae niiid, initlae er uaaet. 



If 

uiDger A 

TELEPHONE 



No. 



228. 



Mr. Vincent T. Howard and family 
hive moved from Spnth Ripley to 
Pover. 



Drs. MARKHAM, 
Osteopathic Physicians, 

•a; wr.HT skco!*!' ktkkkt. 
orriCB MOCM»-rrom S a. m. (a « p. m. 







Said One Woman 
to jd not her 






^' Queer, isn't it, what creatures of 
iiahit we women are? We get In 
die ha^ of doing certain things and 
keep on doing them year alter year, 
even nAnca we have been told time 
and time again of a better way." 

And so it is. Take for example 
soda crackers, or biscuit, probably 
there isn't a woman in the land who 
wouldn't say she knew all about 
UiMMla Blseultf but a« a matter of 
fact fndUons of women know niotfaing 
about themt ot tfiey would lyver 
again buy loose soda crackers m a 

paperbag. 

a When soda cradcers are packed die 
ordinary way every cracker must be. 
hanc^ several times before it leaves 
the bakery. When the cracker bos 
reaches grocer, he^ of course, un- 
covers it, the air and dust and flies get 
In and destroy the crispness and flavor 
of ^ oadttrs. Every time there is 
a call for crackers they be 
handled again and again. 

Every woman knows the above to 
be true, for she has seen it over and 



over againa Why then does anyone 
continue to buy crackers in this way? 

It is not the price, for Unooda 
Biscuit are only 5 cents. 

It is not a question of taste, because 
everyone likes U ne«da B i scult • 

It is habit — simply habit. 

Every woman by this time ougjit 
to know the advantages of buying 
Uneeda Biscuit. They are baked 
in the cleanest of bakeries, under the 
most rigid system of cleanliness and 
care. When they come from the 
oven they are immediately packed in 
In-er-aeal Packages^ an airtight germ 
and moisture proof covering, wfii£ not 
only protects them from contamina- 
tion, but actually preserves their origi- 
nal flavor until the package is opened. 

Economy, clcanBnfss, Healthiulness 
and delicacy are all found in 
Uneeda Biscuit in In-er-seal Pack^ 
age with red and white seal, and every 
careful housewife ought 
to know these facts, and 
lenowing them should 
insist on having 
MiiMda Wacun- 






NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 





Mary, little dangbtar of Mr. and Mrs. 
John T. Parker of East ITonrth atreet, 

is very 111. 

William B. Lane bas quallQad aa 
Admlnlatrator of Mary Lane, with Dan 
Conlon anrety. 

The Aakland Fire fiilck Conpany 
has increaaed Ita capital atoek from 

tuid.ooo to taoo.000. 

The Owenaboro dora and Tobacco 
Bank organised about a year ago, baa 
gone Int o Uqnidatlon. 

Rev. Joseph Beveranee and family, 
late of Mayalick, have gone to Newtown, 

Scott county, to reside. 

Mlsa Rattle Clark Ollleaple of Carli«le 
are to Ward K. Jnett of Georgetown 
and Mr. wed Janaary 70th. 

George M. Dickey haa been recom- 
mended by Henator f>cboa for reappoint- 
' HK'ni as Hnsttna ster at C'ynthia na. 

A consulidaiion of telephone cobo- 
panies In Ohio to t.i^ known aa the 
United Siatea Telephone Company, will 
be Incorporated lo New ,Ier«e» with ii 
cai itol of »10,(X10,0(H( I: • ■■<vi the 
Everett-.Moore lines as well as other 
systena ezoept the Bell Intereats. 

Cbcmarkcu 



Cisc iNNATi. o., .Ian. lo, 1901. 

(>attle — Market steady; nhippers, 
$1.25ra$4.!X>; extra $.i.tKi ,r$.>.-j.-,, Iiui.'lwr 
steers, Kood to choloe $4..'>orn?4.H6, com- 
mon to fair |.').25ra|4.'IO; heifers, good to 
choice |4-0(VS94.25, extra H.WdU'60, com- 
mon ta fair |S.SS(8|S.W; cows, goad to 
choice fS.SOfSft.M.estra |4.10»|4.85,oom- 
mon to fair p2.-arat3.^, scalawagafLSOta 
12.25; balls, bolognas 98.10<»|S.a, 
feeders f.S.To'^a $4.2.5. 

Calves — Kxtru fair to K'>'>d 

I'.iKl (ifT.T.'i, coniODon aiul lar^i- %i Ma 
$7.-J5. 

MoKs— Selected, medium and kcavy 
shipperR |6 60, good to I'liOice pai:k- 
ers |6.60<i^|S.M, mixed packera |6.aur<j 
I6.W, ataga |4.00«il|6.flO, oommoa t« 
choice heavy fat sows |A.O0A|1.2S, light 
shippers t^.lO'^ifti.Sti, pigs (110 lbs and 

less) |6.50rrifKi 10. 

Hheep— Kxtra |4.UO:a)4.10, good to 
choice %3.:mti$M0, oomraoo to fair 

I.ain'i- Kvlrnl 'gl:t fat lititchers |.'>.4.^ 
I (a)j 75, good to choice heavy $5 4()ra}6.t)5, 
common to fair |4.00i9tS.a&. 

£gga— Strtotly (Mab near-by atock 
(round lots) Mc, held aluok S2e, loss off. 

Toultry— Hprlngera lOo Ih, baaa 
luc, rooatera 6e, dneka old 12c, 
sprinK turkeya 14e, gaeae 18.00(9 
$M.(X) doien. I 

Butli-r- Kaiii'v Dlftin ■ n'atnery .Sic 
lb, Ohio fancy Jitcu'tHi'. lecunds •JTci'a ] 
'JHc, dairy 16crolHo. 

Hay— Timotbr I17.IW, No. 1 tim- 
othy |I(t.no»tM.W,NoJitM^<i|15.00,No.S 
|ia.SM)|ls.0O, elover mixed No. I tlS.50 
mUJOO, Mo. a I1S.80«|U.00, clover No. I 
$n..'w<»li2.Q0, No. 2 |io.eo«|ii.oo. 

Floor— Winter patent $S.(i0.at».8.),faacy 
|3.2&«|3.40, fmnily $2 t«Va'|3. 10, extra 
92 tKWll? Hii,|l(>w Kr.ido »2..W«J1'.60, spring 
' p4tfiit fi >.">'<! $4.1(1, fancy l^.i^a $.f,io, 
family $:! i .' n$;i 'Jii, Northweiiteru rye 
i;3,a$.S.ltl, cil\ ».)-<jf( M. 

>\ heat— No. % red 7t>cra7B>Vo, iSo. 3 red 
W*o, No. 4 red 7So, rejected 
MoATOa. 

Com— No.i while Me, Ko. S white 



JUST ABBIYED, 
FRESH AND CLEjlNI 

WTTMIIMnunTIMi. 




:4 



Scl«Dliflcall7 GOUBldMMl. 



OUR 

w 



Coal 



In more perfert Iban my KlisHar mlnrral \>»ij 
ottfttA. Composed of lhesi,»U!.v iirrt-rntac* of 
ciu-^oD, lu combnstloo la tree but not last and (ha 
quantlir el nasM aaatler la vsr/ saiall. 

WILLIAM DAVIS. 

HALF ILOSI AlOVE LIHESTIIE lllin 
'ruonu M. 
tiVt WriCI WIAITIICT'i iEWEUT ITHi. 



^AT HOMEI= 



CLAUDE POLLITT 

DENTIST. 

aVAI.L WOBK <.l'ARAMTKSI).-Va 
No. •«'» Wem Hecuud alrnt, Mayivliie, If. 



DR. LANDMAN, 
OKMTRAL HOTSi, 
THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 



Does Your Food 
Distress You?.^ 



Ars^ou nerTnUS? „ _ 

Do yoo feel older than yoa us< d to? 

Ii jroer appetite poor?. „ 

Is iroar teaeae eeatad wttli asHaay. yeliowiahaur 

IK) roe have dlsar spellat....- ™....««.. 

Have 7011 a i>ad taate la the atoatfe? -„.„ 

Does your food come ap after satiac. wttfe asaaa 
tuaie' „ „_ , ,„„ 

ithvc \ ' u ■ null, III oi T"iiiTM afisr sattagt 

Do you have hsartburnT „ _ 

Uoyaa lielok las or windT —._..„ „ 

Do roe have exeesalve tainir ».._....»_„ 

Do yoo notice blaefc apeoks Itafors j ear eyasT....... 

Do poo have pain or opprassloe areeaa tha heeHT 
Doss yoar heart palpitate, or heal lfraeiilariyt~~ 
Doyou liave uopleaaaa(4NaaMf....„.-...._>,......_ 

i Aff ynu rouKllpsteO* _ 

I^n your limtiH troiutiii' or vlbral**? 

Are you restleni aiulcbt? _ 

NAM ■._...„.„ 

Are ...._.OscapaUea 

street naiiib«e.„__M.— . 

^ Town atate .„«_ 

1 1 yon liave any or all ot tbe alMve sraptaaM 

Sou iirohalily have D<spepala. nil In the aheva 
lank, npnd to us. and we will mall yon a free Mai 
lot PKi»IKOI,A Ta BI.K.TH-unqufStlOBably tKs 
I snrest amj Hafrsi Dyapfimla rurc k ik.h ii — tocrltiec 
, • with our llulu book ' A.lvlr* lo liyai 

ml«d 44HC, NO. 8 whIU 44Ke. No. a yel- , {». ^tt^ ?£?r*iASU. 
; low 4tte, No. 8 yellow «He, No. t 
j mixed 4.">o, No, n mixed •l4Se» 
I rejected 4eH:ra43c, w hite ear 44i', yel- 
I low ear 47c, mixed rnr 4(v. 

Oats — No. 2 while 37c, No. S 
white ;<i.',ofa.'Wc, No. 4 .'MS,ci,»3.Sc, re- 
jjeeted do 32craMc, No. a nUed aSc, 
Ko. 8 do S5Ho, No. 4 da 8«o«»MHe, 
rejected do 8to«a8He. 
I TAbaae»-Barley, traah |«.aMM7.aB, 
' coninioij lags |7.2V<j)|T.7S, good loga 
|».T.ir„)IU 7f>, common leaf |8.60f<«|9.SO, 
i;t> III loaf ]il'i.llO<>j|l l.(X), select %U.Ot\ra 
%\^.'.''*.<, itarL, Iraitli $4.7.').a$.'>.'Z'>, common 
Ii f..i'(V«|7,0O, KOod leaf fh.yO'aJli.tJO, 
eoiunion Ings |6.7&fa|S.2&, good loga 
' |8.60r#|7.6a. 



liyaprpUca.' 



THE L4.XAK0U COMPANY. 
<5 VESEV STREEF, NEW Yl 



R. H. NEWELL, 

REAL ESTATE, 

LOANS, Un INSXJRANOa 
■TOBAQK WARBBOUtX. 

Ik 112 Ml Sbtct. lAVSViUE. Kt 



, SEVEN TO ONE 

^ Sometimes the weight goes 
tip that way when taking Scott's 
Emulsion. Seven por.nds of 
new, healthy tksh from a one 
pound bottle of Scott's Emul- 
sion is on record. 

Scott's Emulsion brings 
everything to its ai4 ; good ap- 
petite, strong digestion, rich 
blood, new body strength, and 
above all the power to get all 
the good out of ordinary Icxxl. 

For those who are in need 
of more flesh there is nothing 
better. > Thin folks — try iti 

WtlUotd jrov • UtOe to tiy, U jtm lite. 
900TT ft BOWNK. 409 VMrl MnM. Mtw Yarib 

t*ATarttLm.Kr. 



HERE AND THERE 



N ytm ka*e Irirnlt vlkiiinf yoM. or If yma 1 
I»ia( on a - tit, (IraK dm* iii ■ 
no( J lhal fflff t. 



Mr. J«hn Clloger wa« In frooi FarDlcBf 
j (toMirdaj. 

Mr. Ckarlefi u. lv>ur<-« was In LoaU- 
^▼nia a few dayn last week. 

Mlta Kdlth Btrcy r«turOjid Saturday 
I rom a vlaU lo r«l»tlTM at UawlabHri. 



THS LEDGKh !«ML 

W^yir Htrraaxr— FAim; 
Blue or iMow; 

tltuh ABOTB-tWlU WAmVBB (MW. 

JhM* MDraAW-«MMa twtU ha| 
II JtaMk"* M»ah««ra ae chaai* wall na, 



Mrs. I.. 1,. Chriilafell of I.itlle Kork, 
Ark., baa raturned liunae aflar a vliit to 
ralAtlTM htra. - 

Or. J. R. Taulhae laft thiamornliiR for 
I Jackson, K7 , 10 parform Ml operatloa. 
H« wll>r«tiira Wedn s lay. 

I'yiiOi laiin I.ok ('at)in Minii Iva 
Columbia will Ifave Saturday for 
Mayarlllalotpenij the wlataf. 

Mrs. Dantol Menry ami Mr<. M. J. 
O'Nall of Lwiington atteaded tha funeral 
of Mr. Darid OrMlay In thlB elty Bat 

urday. _ 

Mrii. Tliomas 1.. Hest It visiting her 
iitter, Mra. Kob<>rt Harnei of Milleri>- 
t>urg, who i« recovering from har racent 

lUOMt. _ 

Mro. Michael Slatfery returnnl Satiir- 
(laT to Iior boiiic 111 iIim county, after u 
vifit to tior liruthrr -inA Dennln 
and Mlsfi Annie llanley of Hourbon. 



l( WMMVp Ml * '*^SVBV IVmirTW 



514 



CORRESPONDENCE 

=30 



■ TOLLESBORO. 

Romului Goodwin la vlaiting frlemlf) 
and relat'Ten in llllnoia. 

Sbariff Bowman was doing baaina<>8 
bar* on Wadaaaday latt. 

MIhs EfTie Rinehart of Feariri ti m the 
guett of friends here la«t week. 

('harles K. Htui)hciison and wife of 
yortvmoutb are guests of hfli mother 
ker*. 

Hon. R. C. Hanna la soffarlDg with a 
aeTere gathering on his left Index 
finger. 

Allen Calvert and wife of Covington 
were visiting tala ngad paranta bare 
neently. 

' John Farrow and family of Manebaa- 
ter were assoetntad witb frianda bare 
last w-eek. 

Protracted meuiin^ 's in progress at 
tha M. E. Cburcb, South, bera, Kev. 
Kidwall, Pastor, batng aaaislad by Rar. 
AUlson. 

MUs Nep|)le Meglasson and Mr. 
Clareni'r I'luinmer, both of tliid place, 
were united in marriage at the borne of 
the hnde by RaT. Q. W. Howaa on Sun- 
day la«t. 

Dr. Kansoboff of Clnolnnatl* was 
•allad hare recently to ampotaO^ a leg 
for Attorney F. B. Trnseall an aged 

and recpeoiert citiren of this place, who 
was sufTerifiK from ;;sD»;reno. Keporit 
from the Nick room indicate iIihi the 
chances for the patient's recovery are 
•xlramaly maigar. 

Dr. M. Uano Ituckner of Harruds- 
bnrg, formerly of Waslun^'ton, will nail 
February! l!<t for a trip t'. the Holy 
Land. He will land at Haifa and will 
Tisit polnta aboat Uallloe, Jaffa and Ja- 
aaaalam. 

► # 

•mV JAM. 

A new romantic star, Mr.WlllU Oran- 
gar, will appear In the tuccesiful Lon- 
don melodrama, "Itypsy .Jack," at 
Waahlngton Opera-hou»e on .Saturday, 
January 17, for matinee and night. 
Unltka olbor pUya dealing with these 
•Imoat unknown ^people, Mr. Granger 
to "Uypay Jack" presents the real 
gypay, abowingblm to b« aa otbor man, 
poaaaasing tba anma amotlona, Tlrtoas 
and faillng/i, differing only in the 
methods of life, and weave* a most 
InterertllnK story replei.' with fact and 
fan''y rotnance. "iiyi>i>y .luck' ha* 
keen pr'ji.' U o' l^d liy ilrainatic iTitica of 
Xnglaod to he the truest and best gypsy 
ylay OTar written. Mr. c> ranger has 
•ttmandad himaolf witb an azeallant 
wffmrttag eompnny. Santa oa tnle 
TIrandny ai«ralBff nl Kalnon'a. 



Mrs. M. n Ailanag and eonii. Marshall 
and Churl i>s who have been visiting 
bar parents, Mr. A. K. Marabnll and 
wifa, near Lawlabnrg, bava rataraed to 

ihelr home In Frankfort. 

Brotherhood Accident Company; 
Insures Oddfellows only. Apply to J. 
L. Daulton, Local Secretary. 

The trial of Dan T. Fisher, charged 
with mallcloui) sboutliig, has been on In 
the Fleming ( 'ircult C.ourt for several 
days. Judge Wintleld Buckler nf 1 ar- 
lisle haf< been acting as Special Judge 
In the caise. 



iMisraul 

KODOL dlfaatawhalywiaM.^ 

KODOL cleanses, purifies, 
< atrengthana and sweet- 
ens th^toma«h. 

KODOL ^'"^ indlfaatlon, 4y*- 
pepsla. and aU atotnaeh 

and bowel troubles. 

KODOL •ocalerataa the action of 
Ihn gaatrto glands and 
givea tona to tha dlgeatlva organs. 

KODOL 1'°"°^^^ overworked 
— stomach of all nervous 
strain, gives to the heart a full, free 
and untrammeled action, nourlshea 
the nerraw av a U m awl faada tha 
brain. 

KODOL wonderful remedy 
— thai la making ao many 
alck pedpla well and weak people 
strong byplvlni: lo thair bodiaa all of 
the nourisnn^snt that iaMntalnad la 
the food thay eat. 

PUrAKCD OMLT ST 

K. C. DcWITT A CO., CHICAOO 



Fur Mle at .1. J.AS. WOOl" A HON'S DruKStore. 



Mr. James K. Pugh of Vancebnrg 
recently snflered a second stroke of 

liaralysi* and his condition I* sf^rlDas. 

Dr. J. M. Krozce ik <ino of the three 
hurley men appoliitcil fnuu the Mays- 
vilie district to look after tlip totiHCio 
exlilt)it at the iSt. l.oul* Kxpositioti. 



Library Voting Ticket. 

This oonpon entitlea the hold \-- > vo;i>s, that oan t>e cast 
fbr any Inatltution competing fitr the I>cauilt'ul TJbnuFy, when prop- 
erly filled oat, aigncd and reMuned to thiaolBoe. * 



Name oi Inatltatlon . 



Naaae of Voter 



n.Mi.Y ri ni-ir i.kih^kii, maysvii.i-k, kv 



ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT 



}F TROBB rtn ■ opsir kbttli 



New 
. . Crop 



Molasses! 



N'llliliiK rtiiPft'tAn b« p-icl K|tcrl >1 |>riC4^-t— ai>r1 v**rv low nvt— wt that f>ii anU 
I- 11 ifAih M und Darr* I iiM v \ cii 11 Akf»n • riihiAk*' ii-it v<>;i ba> ^tin. 

12,000 Cans ot Finest Tomatoes 

I Caw 9m l^me k m^, 

6 000 Cans of Su^ar Corn 



Vmiy Bmmt 

Caa mevt aur bedy <k prieea 011 lU) *• goad*. Other Oaaaed Oood* In Imoiaase qnantliles. 
BKEEM and HOMSTED, of AM Crarfsa. 

Finest Tvw. llru i ri'Pjusl mil nf Inrnl No Irn c-piit war taS en tb'Bt B«W,S0 SaB glVS BlUOh 

ofurv. 1 can iil'-aiM) y> u. 

%'A."!sw'SRrv^r%raaJ^ 



.11 nf h .n.l N.i 

Inttf ifutxN for HMiiiH nionr) t tiau berelufcirv. 1 can iil^aiw y* u. 
M J* MtM' II I H rifle 1 < ofTt'fi «r»" 



rrf'*>n ttiid f ttit>iii ruHrnifd 0W^rj 
pay in Itch iiUfr* itUitT I'likcffi. 



PERFECTION FLOUR 



I* tb* nimt^iiular flour on tbe market today t)eeaaiM> It I* ,lh*,b«|t.. If yuu waat j[ood S,ood4- an<t 

..mcs. antl K anythlDB Buea loai-y of IDV 001 

rMUly to timki- II riKht. 



joo caa't aflbrd lo buy anytblnaelM-I waul yimr lnul»: and I think I ouiht to have It. I will .leal 
fairly with you at all Umea, anall anythlD* (uea loai-y of my oa*tun»n that U not rlitii I »iu alwayn 



I want CDUiiiry peopla wbco Id our rity to make niy hnoae heailquarlan. I am alwayi (lad to 

I TOO. My bnildar ImisIdsss ws* — .. ^ 

pis thai laveM ■•with tbair trade 



havsyoa. My bnildur t>aslD«ss ws* In mcnH,'. fnr wl li li i want inretum sty ihana* to tbsaood peo- 
^— . ^- , vT.in ,,, reiaiii > mir ir..(i«, aiid sbaliwork hard le thai vim. 



R, B. LOVEL, 



The Leading Grocer* 



Wholeeale and Retail. 



CROSS OF HONOR. 



AMtelttiMta B« MMto aiitftlyfey 
U.0.CiOfTMtCKy/ 



Dr. Basil C. Dnko Chapter, U. D. C, 
Will oonfar the Cross of Honor on . the 
members of Henry L. Olltner Camp, 
r. C.V., of Brooksvllle and a number of 
other Confederate Veterans on Ja^aafy 
l»ih, General Lea's birthday. 

The prtaantation will be at the Court- 
hoaaa In Maysville at 1 o'clock. 

Kav. Obarlaa F. Evans, D. D., will 
deliver tha addrvas and there will be 
other aervloas anitable for the occasion. 

All vaterana art noat oordially In* 
Tllad and all tatereated frIanda will be 
welaome. 



We Tell the Truth 



ABOUT OUR GOODS! 



/ 



CIRCI'tT JJ-DIIK. 

We are aiillii>rlie<l Id aiiiioiiiice JAVR.M I'. 
liaHI<K.»(iN an a >'an(tldale for Circuit JudRc. 
niilijei'i ti> tbe aciinn u( the DMBooratlo parly, 
^■alli'il <iiiiieet in (''>nrenUon at Vaasnburg on tbe 

:'"ith nf Koltrtiary uexl. 

U'e are aiitliorlted to announce FRANK P. 
O'UONNKLLa* a candidate for Circuit Jurise, 
•nhleet to the aetlqn oCthe DwaoeraUe/part.v ai 
the ConveaUea at Vaifrbunr rabraanr S, im. 

rlRCinT CI.BBK. 

W* are autliorlied to announce Mr. ISAAC W. 
WOODWARD as acandldale tor rs^aellMi lo lbs 
opee of Oirealt CIsrk, *ul«|set to i h ea e Woa of th* 
Demoeratlc party. 



And our goods are good enough to tell the truth about. 
The Hk, S. & M. Clothin? is simply a revelation in ready-to- 
wear garments for men. Nothing approaching their equal in 

FIT, STYLE and 
WORKMANSHIP 

Has ever beet^produced, and the cost is no more for these 

fine tailored Suits and Owrcoats thati you pay elsewhere for 
the ordinary ready-made stuff. If you have never seen this 
finest production of the tailor's art we invite your inspection. 
Come in, try then on if you like, and you vyill say we have 
indeed told the truth. 

In our Men's Furnishing Department we have all that's 
new, and useful gifts for the Holidays. See our ccMD^r window 
display. , \- 

J. WESLEY L^E, 

Cor. Second snd Market Streets, MAYSVILLE, KY. 



No Charge/ 



A dv m H i i miiU t undtr 

Wnnlfd" "MuaHoni 
Wanted," "L6tl" and "FuttHd." and »ot txtttdtn0 
threr Untt in ItngUk, art rMKM la alt. 

avir* Bi 
■ritkeait 

XTawsM w r s /lsit (• eim» Iht /irn time, «m invUe •* 
many rtpHUtOM M «tr*neefinry to <«rur« what you 
Tdr rrtitf for. Wit tHM advrrlUm to ftri that Ihc]/ 
art not impottnc on ui bj/ uting our free eotumnt. 

mrAdvertiteri HrnT rt,r„iih ropff,wlMik can be 

1^ at the afle« or lent bn m.iil. 

TJTK PVBLlr LEVORR, 
Ko. 1$ Eait Third Street. 



iOanttd, 



Adt'Ttieementi tindrr IMt hfoding, not eaftedtng 
AM Miwt, J* eenli each ititriioa, or SO eente a week. 

WAKTICD THKKK YOUNH MKN-From 
Mayavlll* and vicinity at once to prepare 
for PoaiUooala the (JoverumeDt Mervloe. Apply- 
to Iat«r4ilat» CorrM. In«t., Ueter Bapld*, Is. 

novn im 



J^elp iOanted. 



Advrrtlementa t#nrf^/'ti« h^'ntlup in$9rtrd free^ 
6mI adt<erlietrt muit furmifi the copy, 

r ANTKI>-NI'II.SK .U'l'l}' to Mrs, A. L. 
MKKZ. M«rkpt "UI .-1. janlOlw 



CHANGE-IN-FiRN 

SALE 



Curtain Swiss 'Jc for usual 12^»c 
kind; 10c for a' lot of the 15c kind. 
VJ/ic for Swiaa worth up to 20c. ! 
Have you aeen oar Drett Goodaf > 

The price has been cut in two, inj 

man}- oases in quarter. I 
Carpets, IIii^js nnil Matting at a 

saving tliHt will pay yoti to l)iiy now 

iinil keep until later. ] 
Come lo the cbange-iu-lirm sale 

and aave moDey. 

Paul Hoeflich & Bro. 

211, 213 Market Street. 



You Can Buy 

Kspemlva and baantirnl 

WALLPAPBR \^ 

Cheap of Ust! 



Because w« waal foon tor tha 



rprinK stock. LooB Into tbif 
matter. ^ 

Ryder & QaaiDtaiieex 



tl' A N I KK - »« HI I K lil (tl. To d • hoiupwiirk 
fT 111 Hfiiail fHiiiil>; viKMl iracf; aood wasM. 
Addrewi Mrs. J. W. lltVlMC. 1 I ncave BnlldTng, 
Liselnnatl.O. JsSiw 



Advertttrmmie under thit AmuMM h m r t * * /V««; 
aut advertieere mutl Jurnith the tapH. 

WASTEI>-8ITt'A1I(>N- Aa houiiek«ie|>er ,l>y 
a rnpectahli- nild<l Ic iik<*d widow; a emM 
anok 'nr a aiiiali (niiihyur a widuwi-r. AddrFHa 
Mn. KKIITIIA I.u.Nc, ii.-iirrul Delivery. Cuiuni- 
bUN.d. JaSlw 



SATURDAY, JAN. 17th. 

aniNU MS HIIHT. 

^Edward c White preacnts the yonag 
romantic actor, 



for mm. 



A0mtt—mmU wtdtr thU Jk«ad<a(. nel smsmHiis 
Ms Hnss, M esnl* soe* ftm rS lsa. afH^mU a «***£ 



i^OR RENT -ROOMS- In Bill Aouss. Very 



For JaU, 



Adr'rrtisrmrnfn undrr thit ftrnding, not exrefttng 
tlVf Itftf W rr..l% t,irh itwrtifH. or 60 rtntt a uifrk. 



WAMHINHTOX I Rt'HasLL. AVB AND fsank, 

UPKRA-HOITMK I MANAOKHH. 



H'mK SAl.l". ri)» .-- Tl.r»o No. 1 J*r-<iM; Diif 
fri-nli. .\|'|ilr ul K.irMtaVVBUv. JAMKS 
Hl'Klil.K. M^'svlllv K) . jaiaiw 



li'OR SALK-CARI'EiVI'KK TOOLS -Call at 
r, Mrs.!', a. MICHOLhOM'H,tOSUin*ston«. 



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Xfist. 



A^rrrtiirmn\l$ vwlfr thU hrntthiff inttrleti /reei 
but auvcrl.ti ri t;iiij< furniah the ropy. 

LO.ST-KuCNTAIJi IfKN-Oii Jaii .ary »lli. Hr- 
turn to i. 1.. UaULTOS and ncstva rvwanl. 
Jalt i w 

In^T KKY- Atlai'hfd losmali pifcr uf nlrii g. 
i I.vavi- at llii'i iittUp. Jurilulw 

]08T- U()Uri llIlACKt.KT' On t'ljristiiiaa af- 
J trruduii, NKiiiPM tit-ro tt«rlwf ii M«^svlll,• and 
HtianiMiii FiiHlitr will nUiiM' ii>ii\''* NMiiic at 1,(mI- 
Krr uOIco or Mianiiun l'i«t>iin<'.« uiid rec ivf re- 
ward. TOM MAM.KV. JaH Iw 

JOSl'-TWo».'iBILl.« -Bft»i-fn Ilaiiic or Mayn- 
t vlllr and l.inipKti III' mrrcl. Itrturn tu tbia 
ii^lrf. ^7 Iw 



JOHT-CUiriruN BOA- On Mondaynlghl.be- 
* twasn Qaattal Pfsshytsflaa Ohnreh and Mar 
k«t suaat. ri -dtr pisasa rs nriMo M% oaic>. 

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found. 



Ad v er H e e mte n te tmder thit hemdir i tnterttd freet 
kut adeer tia e n mutt /umtth the etf^. 



^OUNU -BUNCH OP KEYa-On Cuopwl 
' Apply toSl* Eaal Mcond Dtr el. 

Jan3 IW 



Dr. L. BRAND, 

^^SPpCIALISTj 



Dtseaset of Tomen ind Children 



urKica. 
. liWcat Third atr».>i.. 



Klsphea* tu 



iirricB noi-Rs, 
Kroui 9 tu 11 a, fn..Su 
4 and 7 to S p. m 




COAL 



Just arrlvstf, a frtab let 

Peacock Coal 

NONBBBTTmm. 



We alno liaiidl* Brtok, Uias. 
Aki'iii^ for Alal>a«t*r PlastSt. 

I'elepbuD* NS. 

Vuum for bualnasl 



MaysvlIIeCoalCo ) 

COOPER'S OLD STAND. 



In t^a 



London melodramatic 



Gypsy 
Jack 



Portrayed by an pxi^eiiput company, 
amballtahad with maeniflotnt aoana^. 



PRICES FOR THIS EMOAOEMENT: 

MATiHaa 

Adnlta SB canU 

Ohlldran nndar H ysar* U 



Low*r Floor. 

Baleony 

Gallary 



NIUUT. 



.80 oaats 
.96 eants 
.15 etnts 



If You Want to be Comfonsble ) 
Place in Your Hall, Parlor A 
CO Dining Room a | 

Hot Air 
Blast. 
...Stove! 

Scientifically made and cuar* 
anteed lo be the Best HeatlCt • 
Stoves made and with no trouble f 
to keep. Our line of Cooking^ 
Stoves and Ranges comprise the 
ACORN and JEWEL maaii- i 
facture and are now ready fo^^' 
your Inspectfon. < ^ 

H. W. RASP, 

NO. 33 
west" SECOND STREET. 



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I OVERSHOES and FELTS 



We sell more of them than all the merchants in Maysville and Mason County. We sell you for ^ 
our best goods, new and fresh, Candee, Hood's, Goodyear Glove and Boston brands. For next 
grade we sell Old Colony and Bay State, all sold for less money than elsewhere at 

Coben 's Great Western Shoe Store. 1 



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