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MAYSVtLLB, KY., FRIDAY, DECBMBEU 17, 11>09. 



ONE COPV—ONB CBJST. 




SONG. 

Wbxn lore wait born I think h« lay 
Right warm od Vhdud' breast, ' 

And wbilM he amiled and wbllM wonld play 
And «rhll«t woald take bto reit. 

■M tlmyt. folded oit of •igbt, 

The wiigi were grofrta* •trMff, 
Tkat were to bear bia off !■ ftghl 

EreloDg, ereloog! ___ 



Far Scarf, 98o. New York Store. 

.^l^Ohrlitmaa bar|;aiai at Rerhrich'a. 

Ulioa Ut(M PoQBd ?wtj, Doeonbor 21at, 
■I rim B i|H»rtOliw»t 

JtMt aftHr ho had horied hi« wife bet* 8n* 
"day, Mr. It. M. Uclntoab received a MhgnMI 
stating thu bis mother m* d|iic M Ckirht- 
4aa. W. Va.— lUplaf Baa. 



To the 
Farmer . . . 

If yoM are goin^ to Imild 
or do any coDcrete work 
we caD famish wbtt you 
need. 

Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement 
Gravel, Wall Plaster 
and Latb, EtCe 

You will need a supply of 
COAL for next Winter, 
which you will always find 
a good lopply of the beet 
qoAlity at our yards. 

Naysville (!oal Co 

'PUONB 148. 



Seasonable 
Suggestions ! 

For Hog-KUlinff Time— KoiTea, Sanaage 
Ililla, Lard Preeses, Lanterna. 

PorOold Weather Driving— Robes, Blank- 
ets, H«^ater8, Gloves and Storm Fronts. 

For Etieplnffthe Horse Warm— Qood Sta- 
ble and Driving Blankets. 

For Peaoe of Mmd— Do yovir Ohriatmas 
shopping EARLY. 

For Your O wn Price— or the asking— Leg- 
gings. We are determined to sell or give away 
every L«)j:i;in^ in our slore. 

Take Notice! 

For every 81 cash purchase and for every 
SI paid on account during the month of Decem- 
ber you get TWO tickeca entitling you to a 
chaooa on the 

$100 Buggy. 
i>54> Huaabout. 
$-.'5 S.'t HarnMa. 
$18 Siiddlo. 
$10 Kobe. 
$fi Htoriii Front. 

.Ml to he nivcn h« iv l iiniiii v l^t, 1910. Yoii won't 
hnvt' Ion i; III w;ii' , 

Mike Brown 

Tbe M Deal Man. 



. Rad Baankia Coato |1 98. New York Store, 



■ra. Lookhart, s di{>i«r uf Mr. T. M. Dora of 
'QaRMltowB, died racentir at Coooerarille, lad. 



■faiy Salt aad Cloak aarkad la plain 
Raal ladMiiaaa al Mafi Bfaa. 



Mr. Jonas Weil of Lezingtoo will ship from 
iaia peiat tomorrow six carloads of cattle to 
> fara. 



Hiaa NalHa t. WilUaM,dMfMar af Mr. aad 
Mia. W. 0. WUUaaM of Ealac. aad Mr. Tarla- 
tea B. Monro will wed next Wedaesday at the 

I af tW-drMe. 



At Paria. is a few hoara after being granted 
M afeaolato divorce from ber btuband, J. Roa- 
aall Aihpaw, Mrb. Mary Mo({efeo Aibpaw was 
narried to Artaor Watsoa, a'#^l kaawayoaag 

Bonrboa eonnty farmer. ^ 



At a aaatiac of tka Capitol 
Taaaday, tt vaa daoMad tkat lha dadieatloa ex- 

•reiRes of th« new Capitol at Kraakfort woald 
not be held anUI May 24tb, IDIO. The Capitol 
I bo completed before that tiaa. 



April Utk la th* data appahlad far the 

laltad Sutee eaaaaa takara to atart oat on 
baroaleaa job of eoaatiaf tha ninety 
■UlioDS or more people now living under the 
faUa of Ua ataia aad atripaa. Tkara wiU bo 
•ka«t $OjO$0 al Ikaaa aaaai 



Jaka Ibaaat, Adaioiatrator of Joeeph Braoat. 
iiko waa killod while eroaaing tbe C. aad 0. 
MlN«| traek aaar 8aaU BipliV a« Daaaakar 
lMh.1t08. haa IM MM li HallM OiNalt 

Ooart for $2,000 damages, claiming willful 
oafllifeaoe oa tka part of the train crew. 



Set? the Toys. New York Store. 



$119. 



'Baby Jaaa $1.4$. 



"Laadof LaitAsa* 
Mbs Bioa. 



Mr. Jacob Swisbor died Tassday at bis home 
ia Ciaciaaati. aged 68. He was a former real- 
dati of Riplaf. ^ iataraaat af bis re. 
•Uf taka plaaa toda? la tkat ettjr. 



SaaM of tka atttMtiva faataiaa af tka Uaion 
Laaiaa Paaad Party will ka aa addnaa kp Mr. 

Latber C. Reynolds on "The Grace of Giving," 
or "Tbo Troe Cbriatmas Spirit," and one by Mr. 
Jaaiee B. Wood on "Our City Missions " and 
"Why Iko Uague Sboald Bapport It" Come 
aad krlag a poaad aad kalp auka tkia party a 
graad 



NEW MEDICAL OFFICERS 



Those Electod at (Wednesday s Meet- 
ing of Mison Couoty Society 

The followiag are tbe now oaeera elected 
at the regnlar meeting Wedaesday of tka Ma- 
•oa Coaaty Modioai Sootaty— 

P taaldaat— Dr. W. 8. Taaail. MaiaviUa. 
Vtea-PraaldaBi— Dr. Lath MaMkall, Waab 

iagtoa. 

Secratan^fta a ia i ar D r. J. R. Oaoper, 
MvavUia. 

Oawir Pf. B. E. AdaaMoa. MafavMa. 
> DakcataUHHallMMle— Or.l|.|.DaTU, 
Mayaliok. 

Altaraata— Dr. !•. H. Loh. Laekkua 

Dr. Wade Thrasher of Cineioaati wu present 
and made an address to the Doctors Wadnesdiy. 



OHiOSTMAS OBANQEa 



>gr|^e also Onuis«a 



alaaOraaiteo. 
alaa Orfa ft ■!» 
VIIIB OANOI 



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I • e • • • E 



Madlwm ala* OvsMf^"** • • So KMb 

Largw ols* Taaeartm— VOc Uoaaa 

T« Mteob I liMN* •<•• PlM»ppl«a leo 

BUM. HrVTB. RAiaiNB. PLUM PUDDIMO, 
UIOiB MMA*, SKAIiSIIIPT OVeTKIiS. 



Ji^ afiaatatylaala Fata at Maw Brea. 

IMiM Mary Wenver, agpd 17, sod Mr John 
T. BlooDt, aged 18, w«re married yesterday ia 
NIakalaa a aaaty. 

TIflTI fNtllllllT. 
"Yarmoath" Oata - fc ai Maine. $1.20 
dnr,i«n canii M. C. Rt:aRFi,!, Co. 



'The Bee Hirs is opened every evening 



Tka aafiaat tkiag aaxt to laad ia tka man 
who idaglaaa afaiy gM ka aaaa ia araay akoat 

him. 



.P^The trae charm of an Oyster is tbe 
aalty taag of tha aaa. Oar Gyatara ara akaokod 
lata air-tigkt, gana-proaf aoataiaara; MALfP 

and shipped direct to an. We buy and sell 
SOLID OY8TKK MI':aTS. A pint goee as far 
as a qaart of the watered kind. 

0. W. OaawL. Sealakipt Agaat. 



PILB8 OOKBD IK • TO 14 OATB 



PASO omTMBMT is inavftBteed tn o«f« any 
eaaa of Itablea, Blind, weetfiaft ot Prottadleg 
Pltoi tn 8 to lldavt nr moDey tefaadad. Bnn. 



^ i^^^^M ^kaaaa paaA^Mfft $n40$0 
^IkalrlOOTMaew 

LWy liaaaw kaaflk alaa f^mt 
' MnitBoaL 

Jadga Barkaaoa tkia waok doeidad ia fam 
of Wataoa Dflt^s koire aad agaiaat 0. ■. M«- 

Klbbeo io a sait which baa b»>en drsggiag alaag 
in the Bracken Circuit Court for yeara. Aa 
suit waa brought to gala poaaaaaioa of aa 18a 
aera fana jaat above Aogosta, which Mr. M*. 
KIbboa bought at Maater Commiaaionoi's aala 
several years ago. Attorney Ceorge Monipkaa 
of Augusta repreaaatad Mr. McKibboa, vhila 
Maasra. Coehraa * Wartkiagtaa af tkia aitp 
lookad afUr tha iatarjata aC tka pMatiOB. 
An appeal will be taken. 




FOR LADIES ONLY! 



This ad. is especially devoted to the fair sex. Ladies, while shopping for GhristmaH presents drop in onr store 

and look through the many beautiful hh well as praetical lines of merchandise we are exhibiting for your inspection on 
nur tahles. Wt; naniei a f»?w of them that we know will interest you : The newest things in Neckwear and Mufflers, 
(iloves of all duscriptionM, includiu({ furs; fine Leather Collar and Cutf Ba^s, an immense line of Gents' Half Hose, Dress 
Shirts, Hmoking Jackets, Bath Robes, the very handsomest lines of Fancy Vests, both in white and color, about as sait- 
ahle a pre^^ent AS one can make to a young nlan. The s<i()iicr you make your selection the more you will hive to choose 
f«)m^Wit^ach$^archae^<w 



D. HECHINGER &l CO. 



MAYSVILLE'S LF AHING CLOTHING AND SHOI- HOUSE 




,^Na«aat atyha la Uaikralla*. 

Heitz Bros. 

Misa Oaaaviava DtMraiag of Lexiagtoa, wall 
koDWB ia tkia eity, whera ska kaa ofua viaitad, 

wan miitried in (!bicai;>) Uat Moaday ta Mr. C. 
D. Callahan, also of Lfziogton. 



^^riaaCbina md < 'ut ' Ilasii iit Kiicket Store. 

.^"We are abowing a vary large line of 
Diaaoad Coabiaatioa Rings, with Emoraida, 
Opals, Rublaa aad Sapphire, tkat rua la priaa 

from $ir> to $30 For a lasting g\fl they are 
noexoelled. Cumnby, the Jeweler. 



.^daMa tkat $t, kig radaetioaa. 

Mag Bros 

Tka wifa of a taaaat oa tha fana of Mr. 
Jaana E. Clay aaar Paria aoM for^-t«a kaad af 

tarkeyg Isxt week at 16 
aggregating $136. 



Fraakfort Lodge of Blka •01 aaiakrala Mw 
tantk analvaraarjr of iia 
Wodaaaday. 



^^la Slarliag IHvor a( avory 
aaa tka Uaaa «a aaa diaptaftag. 

tioamn, the Jeweler. 



Why Not 
Gloves? 

Same old argument— can't have too much 
of a good thing. Gloves, for example, if they're 
good — like the unusual values we're offering for |i. 
Black, white, colors. 


paying so little for a pretty waist ready to put on, 
and smart enough for any holiday function. 


Handkerchiefs 

Prettier than ever and as inexpensive as 
they're pretty. Beautiful embroidered deaigns 25c. 
Very elaborate hand embroidered patterns on sheer 

linen, one to a box, (1.25. Box of six initial linen 

kerchiefs 50c. For children, three in pretty box 
1 5c. Men's pure linen, initialed, 25c, Plain hem- 
stitched linen, good quality 12^2 0. 


Special $1 ^ $1.25 
Umbrellas 

We ordered them la$t fall, so secured not 
only good price dyed union taffeta covers, but han- 
dles that generally go on $2 and $2^ Ufnbrellas. We 
also have a few all silk $4 umbrellas we are closing 
out at S2a — handles with pearl and gold trimmings. 


Dress Goods 

Big bargains in 75c plain and fiincy silks for 
39c. Black ai.d colored wool goods at marked re- 
ductions. Remants of all sorts at practically your 
own price. Christmas gifts and bargains combined. 


Christmas Aprons 

Dainty little lawn aprons tor gifts from one 
friend to another. Attractive aprons for maids, 
nurses, waitresses— gihi8ure of a welcome. Price 25c. 


; Net Waists 

1 Beautiful $5 model$ now (2.98. Think of 






STT'S leos 



^BigliaaCkriatouaGoodsat Raekat Stara. 

J«"'8tariiag Silvar^ at "plalaT priaaa. 

Mm Bioa. 

.^VOoa't worry aboat yoar Ckriataaa 
gifta. Call at The Salllo 8. Wood Dmgatoro. 



Bavarda aggragatiag $8,000 kava baaa 

offered for informaiinn leading to the recorery 
of Alma Kellner, the eight-year-old daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Ketlner of Louisville, 
who disappaarad evar a waak ago vkila aa her 
way froB koaM to St Joka'a Ckvrak. 



'Cailaall ailraata laatk vilkaat pala. 



'$1 Silks at 49c. 



Merz Bboo. 



Sister Jane Cnwan, aged 80, for forty 
yaara kaad af tka Shaker eokwr Staih 
tJaioa. la Barroa eounty, la dead. 




SATURDAY WILL 
REB LETTEI DAYa 



G. W. GEISEL 



Open Every Evening Until Christmas, 



SATURDAY 



Will Be 



Red Letter Day! 



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WHAT SHALIi IT BBP 

Qmmb Qullty Bhooa, lUaal BMaaa, Mtowaa allppai'a. 
Maa'a Bilk Box. eOo. worth Ml pair. 

I.»dlea' Silk Hoar, gl.an. 
-HMtberblooaa" Pettlouau, 9tM to BS-INt- 
•'Baby Jmui" at ai -AB. 
•••|UlfcUi" Oolto eae. 


■eeka Aw all. Be to ai4M. 

Bpaa Bilk Boarfk. SOe. BBo. Ml as. 

Bai Paper In Holljr Boxaa. lOc to TB«. 

Knit Muflera, aSo-BOo. 

Hcwrlinir BUver TbIaaMaa. aso. 

Baariinc BUver Pboca Faawaa. VMaa, ate., eae la (8.88. 
Nwwporta, mil ootnra, BBe. 
•'i6a«le Shirta," HSc. 
■ Royal Waiota. SI .4I*. 

8«lu aad Oloakua aa BIc HaaaottoM. 



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_ _ PMLtrtCBMP B V CAMUUMM. m^ ^^ 

ALL SUBSCRJFTiOHS CASH IN ADVANCE. 

Kamsas reporta 3,000 tMbies short thh year. 
All other orope.wore ap to the averftge.— To- 
ledo Blade. 




Prrsidrnt TaFt's Hrst h^IiumI messaj^ to 
Cougrt^i^n is like its writer ^ojui, cAm, Judi* 
cial and optimiaticr-Boston Post. 

aSSBOBBSSSBBSSSB 

Wtu wottdtre eever eeaeel Jotf^ Black- 
■ORir hae aetaally reaigned the (loveroorship 
of Panama. — Fleminffsbarg Timea-Democrat. 



Oh, slush! We now have "tiie Woman's 
Rivers and llarhort* Congress. ' The next will 
be the ''Young Men's Junior Older of Rivers 
and Harbors Congress" and ''the Daughters of 
the Womau's Rivers and Harbors Congress/' 
with i^everal auxiliary societies, etc. 



LadiM- Loac CotU |3 49. N«w York Slor*. 

latest Btms 



Labor 
Tmt. 



Man wv M U. S. SimI 



MiUarabnrK ia to hmv* %a electric 
Ik* KMlnckf Coart of Appeeli adjottni 



Ak WnktactM. G«Mnl W. W. IMhf «( 

The Norfolk tad Weetero't pay roll at Porta- 
■Milk, beglMtn toaorrow, «U1 aaotat to 
|2»,000. 



I will mMtat Fraakfort Monday 

immt Si. to im* miHstii for 
Iii»lilliilo te. 

Ikt Iwh bill, reqalrlac railroad coapuiM 

te report all accidents to the laterttate Com- 
■erce Cammiaiioo, paeaxd the Hoaie. 

The Keatnckj Aoti-Saloon Leagne will not 
piWB the 8Ut«-wid* ProkibitiM lane before 
, bat will €Mfa* Hi mck to the 
•ItktOMWtirUiltBUL 



Wa«4 MW !■ eon- 
■aid of the Dopartmpnt of the Raat, will be 
tk* oaxt Chief of Suff of the Arnj. The 
■iwif lit Big atlek uni wnm awr tk* hwd of 
tka fkM mi (be bom of tba brafe. 



Umbrellaa reduced at New York Stora. 



The Da*al nUliia faraa ia ta ba iietaaaed 

from 6,300 to 10,000. 

Tbe big Kaaawba coal fleet paaaad Majavilla 
laat aifbt aid today oarrying orar Mr* alUiaa 
boiball la Wmt markata. 



Tka VwmHn Dapartaaal •! Waakiagtaa U 

prapariag to deatroy 180 taaa af vartklaaa 
docaneDU aad aaalaaa avidaaoa Mm aaaMh 

bering tbe ahaWea. 

OoTeroor Willaoo offers $500 reward for 
littia Alma Keiloer, miaiiDg Louiavilla ebild. 
LoaiafHla aCaia WBO. wMh • tatol of 
$3,000 iwrard laaU. 

TkaSlata a( Okia ia Ukaly to akaai* kar 

whole «y«tani of asietament and taxatioo by 
adopt Bg aew legialatioa to eqaaliie peraoaal 
and raai taiaa u4 ebaega praaaat ■aaaar af 

It. 



Tka largaat Ckriataaa mfl oaar braagkt to 
Amariaa by a traaa«Atiaakla atiaair aad tka 

ariteiit mail that ever croHRt>d the AtlaDtic 
arrirad in New York Wadneaday in the White 
Star Uaar Oeauia. • 

Oa the annoaaeameBt that Arbuckle Bruth- 
era, the big iadapaaiaat augar refinery, had 
paid la tka Otfor— aal |086,SV8 ta earn a 
dho tigc OD aagar importa, came the itateaent 
from the Natioaal Refining Coopany that the 
Goreranaat kopaa to oallact aora tbaa |700- 
000 of additional datiaa froa Ikia Arm. 



98 TriiDiq|d HaM $1. 49. Waw T oik Mar*. 

Four dwaliinga burned at 8nmaraet. 
Daly 7 akowiag daya till Ubriataat 



Deadlock contiaaaa ofar aiaatiwi 9t fntl- 
daat af Nalkwal LawM. 



Zelaya baa reaigaad tkaPNai4aBe!yof Ntaara- 
goa aad riot aad rat >latiaa raigi. 



Latingto* iaaad bieaaaaTka Oiri Franf 
iMloi'e" waai't aillr'aMaiik to aait kar'raiM 
laata. 

Tka Lexirgion V M I'. A. Home haa been 
aaved from the bheriff by the popolar anb- 
lariptio* af 960.000 to elaar tka 965j000 dabt 
J. B.H*gRiBta«a 92,000 * . ' 



Dr. Natall. foraar Superintoadait Feebia 
Miadad laatitatoat Praakfart. *k* ak^pad oat 

for aabecomlnu conduct, will ratori far trial 
aad reward haa been caocaled. 



When You Start Out 
To Make Your Xmas List 

Doa't fail to call and see as. We are shnvfini? more new goods than nil jew- 
eirjr storea combined. We are ataowiog |a line uf Diamomlfl aait Kmerald 

Clii'-ter Kings from $12.50 to 9100, 
Diamond Solitaires from 95 to 9C00, 
DiamoDil Cuff Buttons, Hcarf Finn, 
Diamond Bracelets, Eardrops, Lock- 
ata, VaValliers, Kings ol all kinds 
—Set Kings, Signet Kinga, Plain 
Kinge, Birthday Kings, Emblem 
K?nKs, Knights ot Pytbia!< Kings, 
OdiilellnwR Kings, Redmen Kings, 
KDi^'l)tl' leiiipliir Kiut!i4, Toilet 
Sets, Manicure iSi'td, Umbrellas, 
CbaiinK Dishes, Studs, Collar But- 
tons, Hatul Bagx, Focketbooks, 
Bill Books and Card Cases in real 
leather, Braaa Candle Sticks, Brass 
and Bilver Oandalabraa, ShaTing 
QIaaeaa. Sbafing Stta ia Starlioi 
Bilrer. , 

We make no charge ior engraving, We are doing the best eoRraving 
ia tbe city. Ticket with I'very dollar's worth of goods booght for oasb On 
Jiam ond K ing and Ladies' Watch aet with Diamonds. 

fl^OpsD erary awaoiog antll altar Xanaa. 




King Leopold af Balglom died at Brui:<ela 
this morning at 2:88 o'oloek, after snfferiog a 
Aaal ralapa*. Ha was over 70 years of age 
aad waa oaa of tka at r ae g ast aiadad aoaareks 

of the world, rich ODpriDnpIcil anrl t^ranical 

to people and family. He will not leave a 

loving aamory to blaas bin. 

^ • 

While ia Dover yest<-r<iay llr. F. F. Gar- 
brieb of tkia city was palnfolly bart. Ba was 
as.-i.-tinu in Inadint; !i i an ■ from iho d. pot 
ooti) a dray, and lu tbe lilting of (be inntru- 
meut he was poshed with great force against 
tba dray aad aoataiaad paiafnl injariaa to ■ im 
baek. Ba ia aUa to move arovad tkia aorB- 
lag, tkoegb salTariac witb bie kart. 

A very baadaosM portrait of OaaM Booae, 
when be was 86 years of age, bu Joat been 

reeeired by the Kentoeky State Historical 
Siiciety at Kraokfiirt, haring been copied by 
Mareshal from an origigal portrait now in the 
poaseaioD of Visa llary Lafoa at Loeinville. 
The original was paiatad from life of the Kea- 
tocky pioneer while he wan rMldiag inSoDtbem 
MiiiHouri, Khortiv b>-fore lii:i death. It ia raid 
te be asplendid lilieoa**. Tba portrait is baad- 
aomely fraaad aad aakaa a aaal Talaakle 
addittoa to tba treaaaras of thaSoeialy's 



■OTICE 

The Registry and Money Orders divi4inB of 
thx Uayavtlla Psatoflea will reasio opaa every 
ev.>oing, aieapt Suoday. darlig tbe kolidaya, 
Qntit 9 o'cloek p. on. 

The VHiit :imi)U'ii uf Chriatssaa aattor pass- 
ing tbroawii ibi) m tiln mndera it iaperativa that 
tka pabllo akoild osodaa naro aad attaatka la 
markioz all na'ti'r aecarut>-ly ani plaiaiy, aad 
tkat tbe proper amnant of poaiatfe goaa oa 
eaob and evxry package. 



P. J. MURPHY, 



THE 
JEWELER. 




ALWAYS in tiie LEAD ! 

Oompeure it in minute detail with oare oi 
higher or lower price and joo OMmotfibU to 
beimprMM^wffi^theeplMdldTalM. nm 

KIRK & KIRK. 





Sainple Helps . 
Frail Women 

i 8e nany women are dragging ont 
, weary lives just because their diges- 
Ithrc organs are weak. The rasnlt is 
poor drcolatioa, aarvotumaaa and the 
wcrga of tevaHdiaok It to often very 
nnnecesaary and the womaa'a own 
fault. 

The first thlnf? to do la to look to the 
weirur* ..f your bowtls. There tbe trou- 
ble usually Ilea. AU pliyaiclaita know 
that a„iarKe pereoatac* of wobiob are 
babitiuUly conaUpated, aiul from thto re« 
■ulU Indigestion, pll*e, wearlneea. etc., 
I that woraen constantly complain of. 
(But there U no use uklnr "female rem- 
edies" and things of that kind until you 
Biave started your bowrU to movlaf. 
JTou wlU and that vrhrn the bowela novo 
^«sularly once or twice a day aQ your 
petty Ills will diaapiM-ar. TalM a good. 
Billd Uzatlve tonic like Dr. Caldwell's 
Byrup Pepsin for awhile and you will 
And yourself rapidly RPttlni better and 
atronger, your bowels will regulate thein- 
•elves and work at stated tlmea. and 
then your headaobea aad dinlaoaa will 
dlsappisar. Don't take atroaa eatkaitle 
iplUa or aalts. but Jtwt auch a mtld aM 
Bleasant-tajtlng remedy as Dr. Caldwell's 
•yrup fepain, 

jaTou can obtain a bottle of your drug- 
•tot (or fifty cenu or one doUar, aad 
•Itbor alse may be enough to ponaa- 

laently cure you. Thousands of women 
meep It resrularly In the iKniae and wU 
DO lon«er be without it. aa it cured them 
■ad can t>e used with aafi'ty by every 
member of the family, down to tba 
youngest chUd. but If you have nevwr 
Mod It take tlM adwtoa of Mrs. Bart S. 
Dot. 409 Twentv-arth atreet. Moltne, m.^ 
and Mrs Ellen Duncan, Muncif, Ind., and 
send tu Iir Caldwell for a free trial hot- 

liiat^ It 'sur^x 

**Sr <Miwoll poraoaatfar will bo pleaaed 
lo ftvo you any medical advice you may 

MMra for yourself or family pertaining to 
Ibc atomaub. liver or bowels abaolutely 
free of charge. Bzptaln your caao In a 
lotUr and he will reply to yoa in dotaft 
w\>r the free sample atmply aoni your 
SMSM and addreaa on a poatal eard or 
mor cither request the doctor'a 
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, R 607 Cai4> 




Tbe woatkar: Friday fair and opidar; Satar- 
day sBOw. 

Raadkaraklaf (late. New Talk tiara. 
Men's 60e Nwekwear 2Se. New York Store 



Nearly all the caaes charging night riding in 
the Marshall CireeH Oearl vara diialMad or 
coat^jMd at Beatoa. 

Mrs. Baary A. Fabra, aotbor of Mrs. Ellis 
0. King of this city, died at Palmoath yMter 
day from cancer. Mr. and Mrs. King were at 
bar bedaids when ahe pused awsy. 

Braat 4 Ljraek otoaad tkeir tarkay alaaghler 
koeaa tkia waab, baving hlllsd aknot 6,000 for 

tkaCbrlstniai' markpl. or a little over 10,000 
far tka seuon.- Plemineabarg Times-Demo. 



1 



Coloael J. W. Hetekeraoa. Maaagar of tbe 
JoyioMMk Loooa Leaf Tobacco WarohoDss 
in Foraat avaane, bss takaa np bia reeidaaea 
iB tbe deligbtfol eottage boae af Mra. MoIHe 
OwoBB ia Coaaoree stre et. 

At Wniiamslown, It is stated, that instead of 
eraetlng a new scaffold on which to hani; the 
Nesro. Earl Thompson, on January 7th, the 
gallows oa wkieb Jaokaoa and Walliag, the 
Paarl Rtyae ala|«fa. ware axaaated at New- 
port, wdl ke aaad. 

Mr. L. L. Harris, tkroogb his attorney, Bon, 
A. D. Colo, fliad aeit yesterday aoraiog ia the 
MaaoB Cireait Coart agsfaMt tbaO. aad 0. 
Railway, in which he seeks to recover $100 
damagaa for tba bad naaga of a trnak and 
coataBlB vklle la treaelt iNa OielaBeti to 
tkia dqr. __________ 

Do not forget the PrMkytadan Orphanage 
at Anchorase, Ky. ColleetiOB will be taken at 
the Central Presbyterian Ronday achftol next 
Sunday aoraiag. All Bamben of tbo ooBgro- 
itatloa wbo wlab to eoatribale will y l aaaa aaad 
amuunt to the Sckaol OT yeyJ>B.Mafei or 

Jannei* H. Wood. 



Mr. Joseph T. Wood arrivad hoao yaatarday 

to enjoy tbe bnapitablo holiday aeuoB at the 
b-'.iQtifai home nf hiti father, Mr. J. Jamos 
Wood, in Forest avenue. Joe it another Mays- 
ville boy wbo is aaraiag bis way and making a 
notable sacesaa ia coaaoroial poraaita aad ia 
DOW city sslMtaaa for Park, Davis k Co. of 
Chicago, ui Fitt-shori^h. He is aa handsome aa 
ever aad the glad hand of welcome is being aX' 
toaded kia by kia aamerons friaada. 




VIOLET WISE 

Violet, tbe 14-yaar.old daogbtar of Mr. aad 
Mrs. Baary Wiae. wbo aadarweat a sorgieal 
operation for appendicitis st Wilson Hospital 
Monday night, died last afternoon at 2 o'clock. 

Tke foaaiaa ware raaorad to tko koaa el ker 
graadaother, Mrs, John Fishter, in Forest 
d tbe foaarai will bo held froa tbe 
kooao toaorrow aftaraooa at ,2 o'eloek. In- 
la MayafUie Oaaelary. 



MUa ALUS BKBTKAM. 

Mlas AlUa Bartraa, aged 45 yaaio. aad aldaat 
daogktar of Mra. Mary Bartraa af tkia eity, 
dropped dead in Cincinnati Wsdewdaf e«» 
aiag betwooB 6 aad 7 o'clock. 

Tka tiaalai a i il sei kaie leal ovealag fkea 
ClBciBBati and the fooeral will take place this 
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock froai bar notbar'a 
realdaaoo ia East Fifth aUaat. Bariai la 
MayatBle OaaHiiy. 

Deceased wu an employs of tbe Baroett 
Uoose, Clneiaaati, aad baaidaa bar aotkar ia 
sorvived by two brotkaro, Maaara. frad aad 
John iiertram of thia city, sod three aialara. 



LOOK 



IN THE NEW 
YORK STORE 
SHOW WINDOWS 

Vdu will have no trouble in selerting appropriate preeeata 
(or the holidays. Finest dinplay i>v(>r leen in Maysville, 

We hHve a large selpotion of Furs and MdHk. I'rirps range 
98c lor a 92 Fur, 91,98 for a $4 Fur, etc. Salea have been alow in 
tbie llaa of looda aad thaaa i^oaa will gsowa than. 

OUR CUT PRICBS ON 

SUITS and LAD1£S' COATS 

Have been tbe aensatioo. We still have complete asaortment in 
color and aliea. 920 Bait 99.98; j7 Coat 98.49| lull length and 
wool keroey. 

Witb every 99 porelMMa or more we give a toe preeant. 

MEN'S FURNIBHIIIGS— Sucb aa Ties, Buspendere, Bhirtt; 

beautiful goods, I'rices much lower than you ever heard of. 8ua- 
pendrrs and Ties in boxes, 26c, 19c Bocks 10c. $\ Shirts 49c, 
Gentlemen's $1 Combination Suspender 8etH Mc. 

F. S. — A hik? Kclrrlion of tnibrpllHH A9c ti. $'.M!». Great 

vahn. 

New York Store. 

S. STRAUS, Proprietor. 



J^Oolb. Toya aad Gaaaa, Baekel B6re. 

At Fraakfort one crop of barley, kaloegiag 
to A. L. Qaira of Fraaklla eoaaty aold for aa 
averaga of 29 eaala a poead, tbo raeord prioo 
for Ike y eer. 

C. S. Colemaa of Trlug county sold four 
hogs which netted him $160.95. The four hoga 
weigbod 2,220 poonda, and be received 7^ 
oaela par pvaad for Ikoa. Tko two largeat 
tippol tko aealaa al 1,180 poaada. 

Flva Jarsoy eows at tka Missionri Agricnit. 
oral College produced la one year 3,697 
poaada of better or aa avaraga of 739 S-6 
poaada par cow, aora tkaatwo poeada per day 

for each cow. These are the kind of cows 
that make money for their owners. 



Me Your DRY CLEANING 



Me Your 

Shipments made dally to Keoton'a, the bone 
ot raoltleas Dry Cleaning, CInetanall, Ohio. 

OaatB'aaiu SLSO 

(Inclodss small ispalrs) 

Owata' FMtoltiWi noc 

Owata' Fmney Test. OOc 

LaidlM' HnlM ■a.OO 

lAdies' Pl»ln Skirt .il.aA 

I«dl«e' ailk Waist. Plata 15« 

l<Htas' auii Waiat, Wmmmr. 91.00 

Ssfioa' ITot Waiaa, rtSm.. ta* 

On all ]adlM' work one week time required. .Ml 
houiebold Koodii atClrolnnutl prloM. Thin wnrk 
I guarmntee tu 1m- aa lln>- «» iiiod' rii lu&chluaey 
aa nase It. 

C. F. McNAMARA, lii:^^:^^':^."!' 



The National Geograpbioal Soeiaty at WaiS^ 
ingtoB baa foraallj raoogalaad Paaiy aa Ikw- 
g^aalaa Nortk Polo d i ieofate r. 



NoOcBl 



The aleetloD of Directors for the Maaon Ooi 
liulldlDt and SaYlng Aaaoolatloo for theaasaag 
.year will take place nt Ihr Cnanoli Chaialwr 

Saturinv, Iiin r 27.111. liAKl. m i » f mnlc p. 
dels St llluMAs M KI .SSKLL, Hue. 



M, F. OraghllB. .T. A. BIxkIbs. C. A. Blattsry 

COUGHLIN ft CO. 

UNDERTAREM 
AND EMIALMERS. 

UAYSVILLK, KY. Fine LlVMf lu 
tlon. 'Pboae tl. 




THE NEW 

St. Charles HoteL 

Nn. tkmk TlnelMrtoB I Sibi, 

Rates, S2 ^ S2.S0 Per Day 



Hppi-lal attention Klven to Comnaar- 
i.'l«i Trnvfirra. Oiin nf the fliMat 
c(|uip|»<Hl hotels In the Htate. 8teaae 
heat throiiKhout. 



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Goodiesl( 



e e a a e a 



no NOT FA Hi TO CALL AT 

TRAXEL'S! 

FOB TOTOb svrPLT or 

Xmas Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Ete> 

BTwrtUng uw and np>to-data. Also, m* na Ibr 
rrattOidHalaaUriaM. AUUodofloM. 

Fancy FRUIT BASKETS A SPECIALTY. 



Fire SalCe 



Ttaaanlire stock uf H, H. ColliiiH Luniher C'd., ct>tif*ititiug ol 
Windowa, Doora, QIaaa, Hardware, i'orch Culumoa, iiracketa, 
Locust Poata, WeatharboardiDg, MoaldlBf, Paint, OalllDg, ale.| 
naaat ba eloaad oat at once, 



RagardlMt of ?fm\ 



This stock will be suiuble for paint work 00 «li«ap kooi^; 

Come early nud get your choice. ^' 

H. H. COLLINS, 



MAYSVILLE, 



KENTUCKY. 



FOR YOUR WIFE'S 



CHRISTMAS PRESENT. 

mn IT A "ROCHESTER" SERVING CHAFINfi OlSNa 

She will use and admire it every day in tbe year. Oomi In and 
look over our large line. Many atylee to select from at a wide range 
olprioee. Don't lail to eee our wfedftWe 

Frank Owens Hardware Co. 



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MAYSYILLE, KYJ^FBJDAY, DECEMBEB 17, 1&09, 



Dixa 



Almtrt ik* BMt Wmw »t tM 

IWASNmarONTNEATBI 

HIQH-ClAtS 
MOVINB PICTURES 
AND MUSIC 

Prrftot (urrottDdtnKi and itoURhtfal 
tDterMlDinaiit 
BkkMBy for aolorml paepi*. 
"lifil Ilyitanei He Hygonei," 
and naw ooei. 
N«n llluitratMl •odkii. 

ADMISSION 5 CENTS 



"Ittarday will U Bad LMMr Dif . 



Th« ttorl to 

oooUm !■ Ik* 



will 



Albwt BattiDffar, chtmpfon of tba Ohio 
rif IT. mn apraiff for CoagnM for Mo Sooood 
DiKtriet ot Ctoelnotl. 



"Taft," a broosn turkay gobbliT weigbiog 
lihj flfa pounda, via awardo*) tha Krand ptiza 
at tha MUovi SioU Pooltry SkowotSl. Loila 
Uonday. Tho bird bad 160 ooapotltort froa 

twenty ihren Sistfi and Canada, '"^ft" !a 
owned by 8. Uavani of Sbalbyf ilia, lad. 



STOPS PALLBfNG HAIR 

Ayer'n Flair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, quinin, sodium chlorid, cipsl 
cum, sage, alcohol, water, perfume. Ask your doctor aixNittbia. Follow htoadvicc 
ciMckiMMiglMirr ~ 



Promptly i 



Completely imtny$ 



An elegant 




COIN BOND 

Vhto Wbtoky >m Proven liMirtli* Vary 

Price, SI tor PULL QUURT 
At aONOVAIV'S, 

Oppotilt L. and N. Depot. 'Phono 473. Maytville, Ky. 

Oooda DeliverMi to Any Part of cli* Olty, , 



Does not Color the Hair 



Are You Puzzled ? ? ? 



AlMtat wtiat In glwe? It yon are. let na help yom 

oaaea sieam with beantlftal preeenta. Yoa cannot Siak* ft 
MMlbM Mkl npprwriatad XauM Klft than a aloowaMk. 
Ibr gMietoaMa or la«y, w« fMOMMatf Um AOOKfOKD 



Oar 



G. A. McCARTHEY. Jeweler '''Z^'.li^p 



JiV'Doable Stampa Satarday. Ueu Brm. 

MIm PotUo Oarr it tho fiaot of frioado at 
Uiiagloa. 

Uiai Scottie Wortbiogtaa o( WaoMagloD 
it) viaitlBf frioada ia tUaeUy. 

Mist Ada Ireland baa accepted Oyoiiliei at 

the Bee Hive daring the holidaya. 

Altomay A. D. Colo left thio ■oraiag for 
c ioolaaatf oa taperlaat legal 



WAT CH THIS S PACE 

OYSTERS 

amscows 

Talepboao IM. KA8T THIRD STBi-BT. 



Clookt at Mc rodoeiinn*. 
MmBmb 



Saaator Aldrich haa aeeaptad inTilatinni to 
ayoak oa corroaejr logiilatioo at ladiaaapoliH j| 
*■ P m abor SOtk aad at Oiadaaatl oa Ooeom i**^ 
harS. 



THE PASTIME 

TONIQHT 

"Two Stdea lo a Htory." 
Uy apeolal rrque«t 
Mr*. OnainilncM will repeat 
•^Onod Nlaht, Owtr." 
the beantlnl loea anna. 

5 CENTS. 



SHOES 



There's No More Sensible 
CBft for Christmas Than 

When yoa are buyinic candy, toys hihI trinkete lorthectiildrcn'a 
atockings or the Cbriotmae tree, also inohnle a pair o( our Kub« 
ber Boota tor tha little boy or a pair of pretty Shoet for the little 
girl. A aaetal pmant like tbia will make them happy long 
after tha trioketa are «od«.- Ohildren alwaya like new Sboeo, 
bat Abey will like thrtn even more and will take better care of 
them if Santa Claua brinKo them. Come in and let ub ahow you. 

BMtKLEV'S Shoe Stare 



Town Talk Flour. 



That's Alia 



Ja G. EVERETT & CO., Agents. 



LOVEL'S 



HOLIDAY 
SPECIAL I 



My iaaaiai»ae pwr^lMiaea Cir the holldaya are aow la >»a<l onnalat of the 
laanedtaad moet.ap to -d*t« «t<>oic ever va> M altf , «on> 
«la paMortbaftillo«N({K: 

V. CANOIB4 

Applee, Oranicea, Bananaa, Orane Pruir, Lttineno, CranbwrHM. Pice, Ralatna, 
QjBrratata, Citron, Lcnon and OeanffA Pm«I, Date*. Dried Pniachne. Prnnee, 
AprinuM, Nnia of all Iclnda, Minn* Meat. Plain Pudill'ia. Pr^^Tirea. Jellleo, 
Maple Byrnp, Ploklfta. HWi^t and a>>iir. New York Ornaiii Cti«-mif, Rdan 

Sbeeap, I'liiewppio I'ltfeMt- Ijlmltura nii't llrlt-k I'lii^rxf, Biickwhfuc Ktonr, 
rboln WbiMkt Plour, Uratiam Kluur, Uniory and Lioiiuoe reuelved d«ily. 

NBW YORK SWHST OIDBR. 
An latieaae atook or 

KIUKWORKS OP Alili ALL KIN DM 
At anaMaUy low prioea. 

■BAL 8HIPPBO OWnAPBAKB BAT OVaTBIM 
Baoolved daily. No oontaoC vllb loo or wator. Pnra, hoaltby aad aaMual 
' MiA abodatoly analMvy. 

OAltMBO OOOM 



QTevery oonoelTable variety, all ef the very beat braatfa and lowaat ltrlea% 
Mr atook of OofftMaJman and voaauid. Tana or all kinda. MBW OROP 
f|«ANTATION MOLAMmaadOBBinrUP OOUIITT dOKOBDM U| at .all 
mmm fbll and onm pletn aad pHoee the lowaat. 

I want all to vl.lt my atore whan In our olty, Alwaya weloome. 
SlOO l>eat cure Conntry Hama waiiaed; also, Butter, K(Ka and Poultry. 
ftNrwhlob|l pay oaab. Keep aa eye on tbIa apaoa and when yon waa« (be 



The Lcadim Grocer 
Wholesale 0 Retail. 

TBLEPHONB 83. 



yra. R. T. Kirk aad aoa, Jaaeo. at WatUar 
too, viritad ralativaa U Aagaota the lial of 
tbe weak. 

Attoraaya E L. Worthlagtoa aad W. D. 
I ochraa are atlaodiag Kadaral Coart at Cat- 
lotUbMf. ^mmm 

Ut. H. H. Colfiaa left yNtarday to Jda bia 
»ifa, »ho la apaadlag tha hoUdva with lola- 

tivea ia BlrBinghan, Ala. 




Mrs. Nellie Uintoo, who haa been the pleas- 
ant guxHi of yra. & G. Hibler of Weat Third 
"treat, left yeatarday for bar boao ia Pario. 



Mrs Charles McCormirk, who ha* l>«eD with 
her noioar, lira. Mary Traxal of Weat Saenod 
street, for aeveral weehe, left yeaterday for 
her hoBo at Colaabaa, 0. 

Miifs Kthel Oweni', onn of th« High School 
Kirls who will piay in tha btsliat ball gaaa at 
Ashiaad. elll be tbe gavat to«errew el Miea 
Kliiabeth Bba while ia tbu oHy. 

Mb« Saeie Arautroag. a etadeat at Briatol 
C tlleg^ WaahiegtoB ( ity. ia hoao to apead tbe 
Chriatmta bolidaya with bar aothnr, Mra. Bella 
AnnstroBg, aad aiatar, Mra. J. Barbear Sos- 

•all. 

Mr. and lire. William L'ndssy and noo 
and Mr. Thoaaa Lindsay of Sbarpaborg, bare 
attending the Riley-Parkar waddiag, retaraart 
hoB« this noroirg. Ouriag their etay ia ibis 
city tbay ware gaeate of Miat Bottle Mellvairo 
of WaitMriatieat. 

■ a ■ 

Sookora after appropriate Cbristaaa praeeata 

will lad tha aoat bAantifol at tha Art Shnp, 
Opara-boosa Baildiog. Call today, while tbe 
aleak la eoa^ou. 



WHh tho eteaaer Orooalaad aad Penyboat 
Laaraaoe lying at tha wharf, and 
atrewa with 185 hogshnsds ot 
other freight la proportiun, the laadlag this 
■oraiag had aa aatebellaB tppoaraaea that 
reealled oM MaMa whoa tha Ohio river awayad 
thn pominerce of the middle West. The to- 
bacco was for the Amwrii'sn Tobacco Company 
and eana from up-riviir tnwnii. 



Tha gaga marki 9.6 aad rtaiig 

• • • 

The thowbeet Sany Soath aad towbost 
Wabaak have taMad thehr aeaaoa aad will go 
OB tbe Waya at Padncab for repaln. 

• ♦ • 

A beariag coaeeraiag the Haadaraoa Dam 
bafaia the Ufofi aed ■aiboia CeoMlttae of 
CoBg aea has baea eeeared for Jaaaary 18th, 
1910. 

• « • 

Tbe ataaaer Kaaawha. which baa beaa run 
aiag ia the bosinaaa oa tbia aaetioa of tbe 
Ohio, has re-entered tbe Irada batwaa* Pltts- 
bnrgh and Charlaatoa. 

• • • 

The Kteamer Qaeen City of the Pittaborgh 
and Cincioaati Paeket Compaay will be taken 
to tho Pittebaigh harbor thoroaghly orar- 
hanlad la praparatioa for lha aaaaal Mardi 

Graa trip. 

• « • 

Tbe big oicoraioa atoaaMr Island Qaaao 
broke allDeeeaber reeorda brtakiBg oot a moon- 
light excarsionor Cincioaati daaeero latit week- 
Many timea in yaara goaa by tba river has 
been fen of ioa loag before thie, 
? • • 

Captaia Lew Moore, oae ot tba bMt .i.w- 
•rdrea lha Ohio river ia aatebellom days of 

steamboating. in deed at Cinrinnsti. The lam 
steamer oa which ha aarrad was the Kittia 
Stoekdala la tha Pittahaigb aad ClaeiaBati 
Uade. 

• • ♦ 

Brigadier Gen»ral Marshall, Chief of 
Gaginaara of tha War Deparinaot, baa deoliaed 
to approve tbe reqnaet of tbe eomaittae of 
ataam towboat reprenentatives for th<3 removal 
of realriciiuoii aKsiDnt movable locks and dams 
00 tbe Groat Kanawha river in order to faoili- 



R. B. LOVEL 



Yeaterday aorniBg. while oa hie way to bis 
oflea in Coart street, liajor II. 0. Hotchios 
waa anddeoly taken with a violent attack of 
ertigo and fell apon the pavement aear the 
Third Street M. E. Chareb. Ho waa aaabtod 
to Dr. Saaael'a oBea, fortaaalely aearby, 
where he received proper medical attention. 
After a'short rest ha was aaabled lo continas 
hia way to hia oflea. Tbe gallant Major ie a 
rateraa of two Warn— Civil War aad Spaaiah- 
Amerieaa War— aad aiaee hii Cabaa eaai> 
paigD be has oot aajoyed the reboot haahk of 
former days. 

iSWA M AMHiSS T STT 

Tha 400 parsons who were so fortonate la 
beariag thla popalar aad distiagaiabed leetaror 
aad lyeeaa iatartaiaar laal avoaiag at the 
llaysvilla High School Lectnre Coarie will so 
oobi bear as oot in onr emphatic Jeclaratioo 
that aa a troth ullar and aa aa iateUeotaal 
ilrator af preaaat day ooaditkiaa, Mral. 
•oaial, raligieaa aad baaaa, tho la ia aat gaatir* 
ft laparks last nicht oevor had anybody to 
avoa approach, let alone equal him. His 
aagaaga. bis eloqoaaoe aad bb sabjaeu 
idad ito iaapbaUoaa frea lha vary fiiaatala 
head af aataroTa Mviag iratha— 

"Yea ahaU knew tha iMib aad the tnlbahaU 
make yea fiaa," 

ran and shugid be the opitnme of hb varied 
lhamaa. Profeaaor Ott it a master of laagaaga 
aad vord-poiallng. Natora's tralbs flovifroai 
bit U nat l ih e or i a t a l watera ftoai the ■nalal a 
break. Wa eeotklag arraigaaMat of aw fhlae 

systems of social govHrnment. and their grow- 
ing avib aad laadeoeiaa, were searing in lhair 
ialeaae Inth aad tact aad lapoaaiMo of ooa- 
tredietioa Hta sabjact last aight wav "Soar 
Qrapse." aieaaiai that everybody waata "the 
other follow" to eat lhaa. 



UU the ablpaeat of ooal bargoa oa the Ohio 
river to Ciaaiaaati aad other poiaU, 

• • • 

Ad aetifo eaapaigo for tbe niaa foot channel 
la tba Ohio rlvar, from Pittsburgh to i a.ro. 
has bt>en opened in C(iin:rei«H. Kepreaeatative 
Loogworih of CiociaBtti. after eoasaltiag with 
a Boabar of hfa ooUoagaee who are ietereeted 
iB tbb peojeet, seat out InvitatinnH t < I'hi . 
Valley meobera for a aerting at bis residence 
ia WashioKtoo Uonday afternoon, wiM* a par« 
aaoeot orgaaiutioa waa formed. 

• • • 

Tha big "spluh dam." erected by tbe Yellow 
Poplar Lamber Coapaay at tba moath of Poaad 
river, Va., k Jest aow aa objeet of moeb Ib- 

terest. The dam is about mmm and one-half 
miles above the South end of tba Cumberland 
canyon, or more commoaly kaoaa aa tha 
"Breaka of Saody." It is the only dam of lu 
kiad la the world, being boilt wholly ot ooa- 
Crete and steel, except the gates, which are of 
steel and wood, lhara waa ased as reiaforelag 
oae handred aad tbirty>tva thoaaaad poaado of 
steel. Thia dam will be mtaipnlated by a 
steam trolley, or "traveler," and tb* area 
cuvtred by water at full hoad is 82 seres; 
stwriga capacity of water 3,648.600,000, gal- 
loae: atorage oapaoity for logo, 67,000 "ani" 
lop; atraiaoadaa at fall head. 522,000 poonda; 
poaada of eamenl used, 1.600,000: total 
weiKht of concrete, 16.230,000 poonds. It re- 
qoired alaa aoatha to eomploto tho work of 
ooaatraaUaa. aad waa balH by Baa OaUiar * 
Co of Paietavilla. 



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teliaa' Peiaal CtM Bhuhna 
York Mara. 



aigar farSal 

II W N-w^ . 




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New Yerit store. 



Tho Oraad Jory, aow la aaaafoa. wee ham- 
pered yeaterdey ie its dellberatiooe by the ill- 
ness of one of its members, Mr. J. B. Noyer. 
There soeoM to be aa iapraaalaa abroad Uat 
whoa U* aenrt body htPdi hi Hi Npari Uat 
it will eoataia aaay aarpriaee, ael Ie a aam- 
ber it will aot:be a desireble Chrintaaa oora 
aeopia, abhor. 



iiHioiaMsif '4orrava Thoaaa. 



Tbe ppre e eal p iap M l y tt 
eeaaed, ii^appretaoi et |MM 76. 



Walker, do- 



Tba Jaay frioade of Mra. Lather & 1^. 
eolda, who aadoraeal a eevora aargteel efMi» 

Ilea Neveaber 23d. will bo pleased to learn 
that aha has soffioienilv recovered ss to be 
able to b.- about her room. 



0r«Bffii0 From MmymyMm'm Poremomi 

Candy Makers I 

Tkm lmiv*mt anti moaf compMm lltim ot ttomm-Ullmdlm ami 
Fancy Bax Q mm^m la th» tOt^. Faacp Fraf t 



DriscolPs S?. 



furnimh How 



Welcome nrAnfAcF 
To Maysville's Ul CdlCM 

Christmas Store 

Walk right in. Mak« yourself at home. 
Never before in the entire history of ttrai- 
ture selling have ycu »md raeh Tmliiw M 
WB ofliBr fat tb« ho idByik 



ROCKERS— We are fielding a special eaie en 

We want to reduce our immenee eteck beforeMiSBys 

rather than after. Our prices from $1 to S65. 
CHINA CLOSETS-ln all woods and finishes, $15 to $55. 
DESKS— Your home is incomplete .Uhout a Desi(. $7 

teS20. 

LeatherCeadieaJIStiSOO. Shavija Stands, $7J0 tO 

Library Tablee, S10 te S30. 

Parlor Suits, $25 to $80. Davenpert8,$22.50to$50. 
Morris Chairs, $7 to $27.50. Mueic Cabinets, S7Ji0 ts 
Victor Talking Machinee, $12.50. 

$20 to $150. Buffets, $22.50 to $50. 

Bissell Carpet Sweepere, $3, $4JiO. 

OPEN fcVENlNGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK 




Young and Middle-A^< 1 Men Who 
Are Particular Aboi.. 
Looking Dressy 

And that iuiludes Dearly ail men io tbese days, 
will he glad to seeoar new elothes for-fall. Some 
of the new fashions for young men htc exception- 
ally good. Tbe cut and finish are exceedingly 
■mart, and we can promise any of yoa something 
out of the ordinary. For all ages and tastei we 
have the right olotht's — fancy weaTes, as well as 
tbe plain blacks and blues, bigli colors and hcb 
patterns. Renaember oer 

Shoe DepartneDt 

For uien. Tbe best eter offered ia this diy, t-be 
Crossette, the 8tetiOo. 

J. WESLEY LEE, 

The Clood Clothes Mai. N- 



E. Corner Marlcet 
Second Strnts. 



t f •♦•♦•♦•♦e^e-e^e-e-e.-fe-f e*e4e-fe-f e.f 04 e4e* e40*e4e-f e-fe4e-fe-fe*e-f o>e*e-f e-eo-fe-f o-fe-f e4e*o> 
.^•^•♦•♦•■♦••♦•^•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•■♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦"'♦•■♦■•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦•♦o-fe^e^e-ee^e-fee.e-o-e-fa-fe^e-f 

II Tobacco Growers, Attention !l 

0 0 AlthoDirh the reoeni omM enap rortailrd the rrcrlpte arnaewtiat, yrt Ibr Karaarre* Howee dleaoaeaot 

eInxMt aou.uou |M)inul. ImI' iuI>«i<n) for wrek rnrttiiK Orormlwr It lb, 190B. Tbe market abowrd marked e-^ 
etreiictb, twpecielly on tbe low grade*. The i>ettt r onea a»eo made Impeo e rMoat. Vba aectaa* flw tba ^ 
• m ahowe lo per pnand iMWer than laat. The deaire on the pert of tbe bayMa na eaSMW Maea th* I * 
active and tbe bidding epirlted. 8onie pricea obtained tor the week: 

R. T. HoKl-llc. I4\c, 15\<\ lOHo. W. M. Hammons-ISVc, l4Vr. lUo. \He. OOo. 

A. S. Baxt«r— 1 0%o, laVr. Idc, lB«iC, lOlto. Jawre llrnaley— lUo, 14%o. ISHc, lOo, l7Vo. 

M.a. B la a iOko. latio. 14>»o. le^M). leiw. OaveaaA Waeicel-llo, ia%c. 14te, lIlVs. 17V 

it»o Oawwot— laHo. 14HO. IBV^o, lASo. Sberman Hliurs— lOHc, ia%c, 14te, t5c. lavo. 

** Weatber periiilttleii, we expect heavy nalea iheroniirK «e« k. «lih eiiive markae aadl 

prioea ot laat. Uet yonr tobaooo ready aad let ue set the hlah prioee Iter yon Yoare. 

i:Maysville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co.| 




IWCORIMmATTO) 



1 

P. S.-Mi Tebeeeo ReeeM Altar Sale WW St Stared tad Fidly fmwred WKIeid Coil to tlis 



Farmer Until Sold. 

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Our 

ofJChristmas Suggestions 



TfM r«*l ChriMoiM ■hnpptiu; rom- 
■U><«o«M now, and It tliula ut> rtMiily 
wtth aiocka of Chrtatuiaa mervhan- 
of laore nvneroaa proporclona 
in ff«>tr bnfttr*. Nocblnii Mema to 
I bMii «n4oM bat tb* Mlllnff, 
Mid that 1 4 KolnK OR with th» «aaal 
onthnaiMm. If yon haran't «tnrtMl 
MAiMofiA to bai|4n now, aM th<>ro remain 
mmky lU •baMplnc daya befdr^ the 
ipwtat Kt rt-clvlnir aTeiit. 

Vr««enia ahoald b« a*l«otAd wltb 
tl»Hi9tat and M«»— (hoacM M M tb« 
*%b< tblnc to «•>• M tn qul> 

Mp. Ttita nouM haa always done ita 
pMr< In aappljrinff the latest aid beet 
•feverytbinic It oarrtea, and In thia 
I'a Chrlatnaa offerinira you will 
I BOtbUMCbat merobandVaenr merit 
tbM wlU b* Ap^Mototed. 
hOM' Mm will vUlt •▼Wf ■•otton 
MtibMi ir M aotMa* ara 



Seasonable .Sucgestiows i 




6«o.H.Fraok&Co 

MimiiirtroiiMitT eiiTNiiit. 



eUBLIC|||{^LElNjEB 



ORANBEBURB. 



Oar stoolr of SMaonsbto dallottdM te th« moat oom- 

plete ever offered to the local trade. Thn choiceet 
new Currants, RalsloB, Citron. Flsrs, Plum Pudding, 
Maple Syrup. Buckwheat and Gr.tham Flour, new 
Oanned Q-oods and Evaporated FrvUte at lowest 

Erioaa. We are headquarters for the jastly oala- 
rated Ear-a-Van Ooffee and Tea. Seal Shipped 
Oysters reoalvad dally. QIts us your ordara for 
Onrtatmaa; wa will pMaaa you. 

J. C. Cablish 4 Bro., 

QUALITT OROOffRS. 




••'This jMitMflM lbOI*aki U graU 

rsdnctiooa Mus Bbw- 



oommv PBODooB 



Mn. GkwiM Kmbm tpMt MmAkj ii n«D- 

MiM Mm BdOn MtwUiMd wttk • <teioK 
lut Sooday. 

MiM Tola Ptrkar b Iko giast of Mn. Cym 
Cmo thb «*ak. 

Mn. M. D. Collb hai rotvraad from • vitit 
to Mn R. P. Moody of lodiaaapolb. 

Tho tarkry boytn hf<r» bars bodfkt 3,000 
tirkoyt aad are •xp«eti»g 2,000 mora. 

Mr. W. S. Toffllia, who all from tbs hoT 
I«fl aad hart hia back lait Friday, •ill probably 
k* ooiftaod to bb bod for torn* Umo. 



Will pay 16 cents a pound for 
taffcayi iaSvarad It KaysttM Can* 
mercial Company. E. L MtadMS- 
tar. Manaiar. 



Oir eolored €itiieito 

HoQKxhiild uf liuth No. :!T I met ood elected 
th« folljwiD|{ uffic«r8 fur this «o«aia( yMT: 
M. M. G.— Mn. H. U Aadonoa. 
R. N. Q.— Vn. MoHa BotUy. 
P M. N. 'V -Mr.. Frankip Ro 
W r -Mr«. Ht>tlie Htyot 
W C— Mn. Linio Porkio*. 
W. Sbopbord— Mbi Sadit ML 
W. r.— litoa Aaoa Boll. 
W. T. — MiM SalliH Chamhsr* 
W. 8.— Mn. ADoa Perkioo. 



The childran of tho Jiroailoo of the H 
of R. an all nqoNtod tn niMt <o their Hail 
Satarday aftariOM at 2 o'clock. Raainfga of 
iaportueo. Emma PKauNS, W. S. 




Majravllle'a Market Qaotatlona for 
Vodbf. 



MtowloR ate thii moraiag'a qootationa on 
Uy prodnec, talephoned at 0 o'olook by R. L. 
Maaohealar, Maaaitcr of tbr Kcyitona Comroar' 
obUeompaay: 

■•!». perdtioa..^....^.............-.. So 

Sattaf .. liii.iiii .M I ...MSa 

Tarkoyt I« 

Haao.a b«.»i. ii 111. ill.. .... >.Mw ..»> ..Ho 

Spfla|on .M.. ..tia 

CM Sooatan» «.«•• m. So 

Babbitt, pardoMB 41 JP 

Vm niall gnaan pay ffo for aggi, tto for 



EVER NAVE IT? 



irVoa Have, tbe 
Maymrllto OMIsmi Will 



of ThkH 
bu 



taaaiiK down yoar eoapatitor 
yti Km of lainplM ooy bettor. 



't make 



Mr E R. blaioe baa b>»aa r«-elactad Seen- 
tiry of tbe Bloti»t twpn i GoapMy of Cla> 

<-iiDati. 

Ib tfereer eooatj, Tbomao Mora loot «ef>k 
UOed a bog tbal voiKbed Doarly tbna budrad 

poooda. aad «u healthr snH r.hrifr«, its 
fltooiach wero fnund 257 oaila sod 27 tapa aad 
\. bolU 



At PleaMrefillo. J. T. RoborUoo aold the 
tarker pool nf Heory and Sbelbr coaotiM, con- 
obtiog r>f Ti.OlX) hirda, to A. Booth k Soo of 
Loaiarillf Thx pool broagbt orer f/ifHHO, an 
•fa'-agf of 16 eaoto par poaad. 

Ndtiooal Baoka in thia State moit pay tboir 
Stato taxea juat tbe tame aa State Banki, it 
tho drciKiixi of tbe Court i)f AppxitU ToMday, 
J«dt« Hobeoa writlag tba opioioo, io tbe caeo 
•f D. P. BiekardiMi, City Tai Collector of 
Fraakf Oft, ocaiiMk tto Hate Natioaal Baak of 
tkat oHy. 

Braekaa CbroDiela: "rraimaa Stowed of 
dwiag tba pail faw 4ays ba« 
bt Ml* tkaa 100,000 poaada of tobacco 
tkat baa beaa pooled, the hicbMt price paid 
koiac 12i ceote io atrippioic order. Thia to- 
baaao b baiaf koa(bt for G. A. Brooko, Secre- 
tary a( da Barlaf Tekaaaa Oaapaay. aad ka 
odoobtedly l( on the intide. Mr. Stowall 
■ahea 00 pret«it of eoocealioK the fact that 
ka la bayloK for Hr. Brooka." 

riuR le uptct SOT yiar. 

Tb»r«> will fuor eclipaee io I'.ilO, two of 
tba BOO and two of tho moon. Tbe ooly one 
Tiaible bora wUI bo a total aelipaa of tba mooa 
Uki 2M. laaaary 6tk vBI be Bpipkaay; 
Jaaaary 2:<d. S(>ptaa);>*!*iiDa Sunday; Pxbraary 
aih.8hroTO Toaaday; February '.Hb, .\ah Wad- 
•aaiay; Pabraary IStk, Ant Sonday io Loot; 
Paknary 14>b, VaUaMaa Day; Mank 17tk. 
8k P^crlek'a Day: Marah aOlk. Paha 
Jtarah 2S b. Ooad PrMv. ■■< 
la Marrb 27ib. 




iHioHT* orPTaaiAe. 
SlatedooiiTanUoo of Llraeitonr LodK« No M 
K . of P. , t h Uofaalag at T : uo. 

, W. A. MimciHu c. U. 

la Ara, K. of B. aad S. 



Smaa or Ono, Crrr op Tolido. t , 
LDcaa County. f 
EtaHiik . I Clioiiey makes oath thai h>' is nciaat 
p«ii*iifrof ttii' tlriii (if K J Chi-ni-y .V Co .di^am 
Ouwncwiiin thi> oitvof Toii>0< . cuunt y Hiid sOktt 
rfonsuid hikI Ihiil siiiJ Orrnwili pnyihr tviru a< 
atiV. lU'NUKKU L)OI.L.\RS for pac^h and i-M^r 
(Sapof (':ititrrh that cannut be cured by tbe umiM 
HaflM ..t irrh Cure. PRANK J. CHENEY. 

S>mirn to iinfore ma and aiibacrtbed In my m» 
•aoortbiiMbdayof Ooeember, A. D.,I8M 
<S<4L.) A. W. QLtAaoN, 

Notary Publlo. 
Ball'aCatarrh Cwe la taken Intaraallyandatai 
dtaatly 00 tbe blood and muooua anrtaoaa of Sh 
ijatan. Send for tettlmonlalatno. 

P. J. CHBHKY A OCTolode. a 
by all DraBKlata. TX. 
■Bal(eHairaramllyPlllarorRon>Mpatioa. 



Ktot have a "luw-dowo'* paia ia Ike back.' 
la the "amall," right oier tbe bipe? 
That's tba boBM of backache. 
IlTaaaiaadkf aiekMdaays. 

That's why Dosa'a Kidney Pillii cure it. 
MaysTille people eadorae this. Road a t^>> 
of it: 

Fradarick Draaal, 128B Baal Saaoad atreot, 
MaitvUla, Ky., aaya: 

"I eaaaMar Oaaa'a Kida«y PiUa takaamost 
eiedlaat raaady f ar kidaay troakia aad am only 
too glad to spaak ia tkair praiao. Aboat ftTr 
yean af o I waa botkarad ky vaak kldaoya and 
lAe aocntioBB vara aoaaty aad attaadad with 
paia dariag paaaaga. Severa paiaa aoroaa the 
MBall of aiy kaak ware fra^aaat aad at time* 
craathr talarfarad with ay work. Whila tell- 
iai a friaad of my eooditioo, he advised me to 
ose Doaa'a Kidney Pille and I procnred a box 
at J. J. Wood & Son's DroKStore. I aaaA them 
aocordinK to directiooa snd they affonlad me 
prompr and effecti»e relief " 

Por iiaie by all doalera. Price 50 eeata 
-Milbern Co., Baffalo. Na« Tark, aole 
la for tkaUaitadStataa. 
Sanaabartka a a aa D aaa'a—aad take no 

otbor. 



JOHN W. PORTER, 

niNEML OIRECTIM. 



1 7 a «at abeaatf at. . It AVrrtLIJI. KT 



WNY NOT ORDER 

YOUR 




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SATURDAY HOEFLICH'S 



mwf 



Tbe ooal aapply In Aaravllta la ran 

ninic low and the proapeota fbr aiora 
by river are niH enoourairlns. Yon 
wlli maite no mistake by plaolnff yoar 
order wltb aa wblla tba 



R.A.CAKKCOALCO. 



*PB01fB 



AT THE ART SHOP 



■lamped Handkerehiefa. 
Stain prd Towela. 
Stamped Walit Pattema, 
Stamped Oenter Pleoet, 
Stamoed Plllotiri, 
SUmped Underwear, 

Aiid,\Btaet,deelfae tor aay atttela yoa call 
for. A tall liae of labioldory Waiertals earrted. 

WAININITIR OPEIA-HOOtI iUILDINI. 



DentM 

Comi Bi r mm i Pkmm 476 



Xo Charge! 



ll iin/'r'f." " r."*'" onJ " F'^tutt," and ii'-f ^ rrrrHxni} 
u'f huft i/i I'u'jfh.nrr i' I: F. F t-> nli . 

M-N« lln»tar«» A«vvrtlaraa«>iiU ImmvM 
MrlBlkOBaB pmy. 

Jf ttn*w^t M /nil f" mmf Ilr»f timr. ii'f tnvi^ tiM 

l(1v^rti»€ fttr. Il> H'iih nflrrrftMen tn fftl fhatthfj/ 
<irf noi rmpotinff on u$ hjf uitnp n\ir /rr* rolnmwM. 

Iqtflf Ms ^|tos*f' ana< 



iOant§d. 



Adrr r ttat m mtM undrr this htadino, not e xmt lnt 
0m Wwai. 10 eaett ea«a t » im M a n , or M etnU a m m h 



WAMTGD-Udy diatrtbator and aoltaltor in 
Maytvllle. Br. W. B. 



elnDatk.<X 



aURKHART. I.'lo 
del? II 



WANTED-Olrl to do >kin.' 
work Apply at tbe lioiiiv 
WA hUACK. Hilltop. 



Nr. 

if ,IAMKs A. 
it.-li* If 



WANTRD— L;uiittirv produpe, butter, rinii and 
poultry to IO Sprlnifleld,.Oi - 1 will 
p<v the very blabe«t uaab prlos* for all brouKhi 
me. P. A. LAW, bmirtaaarura at Bcsdlord'i. 

aaa ItlaMteae atreettk 

d«M Iw 



i.iiplrrooa, Front aaai 



DARK DAYS and 
LIGHT NIGHTS! 

The "melancholy dayi" may be here, but, 
thanks to modern illumination, they are more 
than dftset by the joyous nights. ^[DarknesB 
now is only a setting which brings out more 

strongly by contrast the glories of light. If the 
day gets too gloomy, wc turn a switch or pull 
a cord and instantly our oHice, home or store 
becomes as brilliant as June sunshine. 



• • • • 



Is Your House Wired ? 



F9t Rsnt 



A^m*r*iMPim/i untt^ f^it hrndinp, not frr*Hhni 
ava Hm^<, to ren(M fnrti irnrrtiou, o* AO "tnlt tt wefk 

TT'OR KKN r 1>WKI.I,IM. ( riitr 1 1 Iv 1.« hI.'.|. 
r Ai'i'lyto Ur !> K II \ lit i \ l-ii-i N» 
iioMi lUuk HulMinu 



For Jak 



1M MrMi. 10 ceiUt eaefi inwrdeit, or M caul* a wmA 

FOR SALE— A saw b-llat ooraet aad a rood 
snar>Mlrum. Will RO nheap If tald at onoe. 
Apply to Mi Hirs. RAYMOMU DORAorOKOR6G 

P^MII.L.S at I^Mf^r OlBce. _?"jl,l!L. 

tiHJK .sALK OK KKN l'^W ARKHOf.Si:— In. 
f MullM-rry >in-et at the h.-Ml of January 
ilreet; alto atable for rent. Api>4y at thli offloe. 

del7 Iw 

UtOB lALS-TWO OOOD OOWB-Oao )«iat 
J7 freih and one with osif : alio two flne belf 
are. aiK i with c-Hir n n. HAi.nwiK, Koute No 
I, Ma>svin.' Kv ii.'i»t 



A STORE FULL OF USEFUL, ATTRACTIVE NOUBAY 
mps AT VERY LOW PRIGESa ^ 

Mtrrorm. Shaming Setit, Manirttre Smia, Collmr 
Cujgr Bommm, HandkercMef and «l«ve 

fUtmrmm and JFramem. ijovely Hatpin; 
BM«Jtl««, Bair Ornmmtttm, CMmn, 
^ahaU, titoakm, Bmwt, Mmnd km ^ 
eJb<«A. Olovem, RibhonB, 
Bemr/m, Uoaiery, Totrete, 
•Ndl^•relilM•/ 
ail Mndm. 

All Holiday Gooda irrappad ia Holly Fapar FrM. 
9PB0UL TODAY-A BBAUTIFUL KMBBOIOBRBD OOLLAB sad 
JABOT to natch, only 25 ctnta, aitber ooa worth SSo. 

PILLOW TOPS, CUT OUT HCARPd Aod OBNTBBB. 26c; BMfahi. 

25 cents biiyn choice of Hand Bag*, many worth 76fl and |1. 

Yoa cannot afford to mias coming to Hoetlich'a befora baylag yowr 




ROBERT L HOEFLICH, ^"J.V'ltr«. 




IT ISN'T 
LIKE WORE 

To pat ap onr pntty oew Wtllpapaa. 
Ettjry Ungtb on yonr walli makM Ifcs 
room ao maeh prettier thAt it aakeb 

the work of papering a pleaanre. 8fe 
tbe new deaigns we have jnat received. 
They are diHtinrtly novt'l in desi|pD 
and treatment and deridedfy rich ia 
effect. Don't ooet a whol* lot, i 



CRANE & SHAFER. 



THE STATE NATIONAL BANK 

MAYSYILLE, KYe 

Tapilal $100,000 

Surplus and Profits (30,000 

DeBignated Depoeitory lor the U. S. Treasury, State at 

a 

SOUGITS ▲ 8EARB OF TOUR BUSINESS. 

Conservative. Courteous. Safe. 



E. c. 

DeWITT & GO.'S 



REMEDIES 



Ar«> llrliiK dciuoiiNtratt'il In thia city by Mm. I<ncy Hhitw 
and a oorpa mI' Indy afHiHtaiils, who will call at your 
lioiiM- anil explain. 

IITUI EAILV IIIEIS, WITCH NAIEl SAIVI, lODBl FOg SnHPSIA,^ 

OASSAg* SWIIT, glSaiT ABS BtAgeiB PIUS. 

Wc fHl><' MHiirr III riMDiiiinpHdiiiK ai>4l wa bbVa la 

HtlX k HI Mil I I IIK'n . 



M. F. WkLIAMS ft CO. 



THIRD ITRin 
DRUB STORE 



mui< /urnuA tS* copy 



LOST— Ketween Flflb atr««t and Lofel'a Oro- 
oery an old-faahloaod alllf ator podtatbook 
ooBtalBlag a paper U btlL Haaaa lelara to 
OOLMAN MoDOMOCOH. Bast nith atiast. awl 
rsoaivs a reward. delT tw 



T OST— BCMDLI BOOriMC PAPBB-Bstwsoa 
Aj MartTlU. aad WedoaU. Leave weed at thia 
oaaaTH. J. tLABlTT. lelA Iw 



LOSi>-i>oiNTBB BO O ■ aee k bd polatar, 
iiti-r and wfcita.bi»b taiiuar- - 



McOLONE. 



aetarn to &am 
doiaiw 



L06T-LADY-S WATCH— 1 
aadL aadK. Depot, oa 

toUiU 



Oarbara 
'. aatara 
dsMlw 



LOST-CORA I. RINO— Ob 
and N. train Noteab 
return to tbia oOoe. 



murnlDL.- I., 
deaiw 



ROYAL BLUE 

For Umk) Use. 

la a my high ^raio of aiulac and tooeiaU]! 
prepared with the aHBsateaie. Otvos elotbss a 
briBht. rreshabade, witba beaatlfal laatrs. M 
doea In no way atrvak the ololhea, aa tbeae cb«ap. 
lnl>Tloriira(*> ado. Many of tbe t neat laundrlvi 
Ihrriiickont theooii>niry nae tola Blulni dally with 

pf rfiMH l.fKrIliil*. Vou will llku It. 

OiiH ti ll r"iit p >wd«r. put Into a quart of olrar 
tfHiU »aii'r will make you aa muoh ex«all«at 
KlulBK. lo lii|iil(l forin, at yoa pay BU oeott for, 
and of a lOuuK better itualUy. You can nake 
ball a iilDt of oaeellsnt Bias lak by dlstolvlaa 
tba powder la baU plat at aaler. mpaisAbgr 

JOHN C. PfiCOR 

DrmtQlBt, IteyoviHe, Ky. 

EDWIN MATTHEWS 

DENTIST. 

•« neat WatleMi aaak aalHIIna 
MATaTllfU, BT. 

laaALaat I OMaa Ma.Mb . 

rivMoaaaiSTlt^. 




tftiMam.. 

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tl:llpm.. 
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„.*f:Mai 
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Ualoue & Gallensteii 

Fiieral 

Directorli 



AaiaaM Piaaptty, Bay ot 11^. 

Nl>ltf M SesMil SU lkKt%im» 1^. 

■rBONX M. 
riaaly K<talpped 

Livery and Feed Stabkss. 



■ja o aawe rB ia ada r r W i 111111, 1 
tf Hkli ooaar, or wAfHt*i9<a' 
awraanH* u'^o^» a^turtitemttilapt ..rt ta I 
Ottr rtadfrt are mt>*riaUt) ri/^ttUd In tutU MaaAop 
ttnu r/i' mil xrtiii'n) n< iM'l'iia pi'aut' Lsoeaa. 
THIt rt'if yon ti'itfitii^, mnd if n iH tf ffrtU0tM$ 
OppracKi/'W tiu *rt{it tfv atiiKrtufr and I'M j 



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RUBBERS For Everybody at 
^•rDAN COHEN'S n 




i 



OUBS'^WERE BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE in price. You will get the benefit, m 
H. MEANS' DRY FEET SHOES IN HI CUTS. NONE BETTER. FEW AS GOOD. 

W. H. MEANS, Manager.