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There lived n mnu iu our towu
And he was wondrous grim.
Ho hnd a cold and peoplo told
Tbolr remedies to him.
A man, near-sighted, in our town,
Tho populaco did vex
By recommending ninety-nino
Varieties of "specs.'"
Tho girl of tho period looks moro like
an oxclatuation point.
WANTS TO MOVE THE STATION
AT SOUTH KIPIiEY.
It seems to us that after the awful
calamity that happened at South Rip
loy, last Thursday morning, in which two
hveS were lost, to say nothing of thu
loss to the transfer people, tho C. & O.
officials would removo their station on
tho other side of tho tracks next tho
river. If it had been there tho accident
would not liavo happened. Tho only
wonder is that the liko did not occur
before, as peoplo have to cross tho
tracks both going to and coming from
tho trains. Move the station.
Prescription Filling .' ::;;;:::;;
When you receive a prescription, though it may havo been
quickly written, it embodies the results of years of study nnd
experience on the part of your physician. It is essential that
each drug which enters into it be of the exact potency which
the doctor intended or results will be lacking. Tho compound
ing must also be properly done or there may be failure for that
"When you bring prescriptions to us you get the finest
drugs that money will buy and you get scientific compounding.
"SVe feel our responsibility in this matter and have evory equip
ment necessary to give you perfect service. If you have us
fill your prescriptions you can feel sure about them.
DRUG CO, Incorporated.
COR. SECOND AND SUTTON
Whon a woman has moro of her own
hair than sho can pilo on top of hor
head she isn't happy until sho bujs
aomo artificial foliage and hangs it on
Too Late to Talk
About ilittinorita of thecHl'jrent warohoiHos. Numly
everybody kuows vvhere ,0tJ managers work bard tu
got full value for tho tobacco. Try us with what
)ou havo left aud sue.
Growers Warehouse Co., Inc.
Free Stalls in ilia Livery Stablns.
Philadelphia hai threo women mill
For. the first timo in fifty-nine years,
a woman has boen chosen president of
tho Teachers' Association, of New Jer
sey. She is Mi9s Elizabeth Allen, tho
foundor of the teachers' pensions.
Socialist women in New York havu
opened a naturalization instruction bu
reau for women in tho belief that tho
women of Now Yorlc State will havo tho
voto in 1910.
The Social Servico Union of Steuben
vllle, Ohio, will establish by subscrip
tlon a local mothers' pension fund for
worthy widows and other women having
children to support.
Don't take our word; ask the man who
drives one. 1914 Models
now on exhibit at
IIDI DDAC MAYSVILLE. B
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The equal suffrago quostion I not
near so sentimental a problotn as it was
several years ago,
According to estimates there are 37,
.000 electric vehicles in uso In tho
linlted States, of which numbor about
23,000 aro pleasure cars and 12,000 com
mercial vehicles. Chicago holds tho
record with 2,850 vehicles. Now York,
with 2,000, comes second, nnd Cleveland
with 1,800, comes third.
Forty-Two Aviators and Balloon Pilots
Now York. Forty-two export avia
tors nnd balloon pilots havo thus far
enlisted in tho .United States Aeronau
tical reserve, according to information
which has just reached tho Aero Club
of America from Albert B. Larabort or
St. Louis, a governor of the club, Tho
oiganlzntlon is being formod with tho
npproval of tho club, and Mr. Lam
bert says ho has also tho indorsement
of tho Socrotary of tho Navy, Josoph
Daniels, and of Major Oonoral Leonard
Wood of tho project. Tho air nion who
havo joined tho reservo havo obligated
themselves as ready to enlist in tho
United States military sorviccs in tho
1 event of war.
STREETS, MAYSVILLE, KY.
CONTINUOUS SHOW 10 A
M. TO 10 P M
: She manied when her lovo was blind,
Now Cupid gets tho blame,
Sho w ishes sho had changed her mind
I Before she changed her name.
TOD .A. Y
Open From 2 to 5 P. M.
M- 7 to 10 p.m.
Always the Same
Nhw Telephone 272.
L, T. OAK1IKK. ITo W V. Mi II. VAIN, Vice.fr
J. C. KAI H, Sue -1 run
As a general rule, noarly anybody can
b. cheerful in adversity if it isn't very
UNITED STATES COUET CON
VENES AT JAOK80N.
Jacltson. Tho regular March term of
the United States Court of the Eastern
District of Kentucky convened hero
Monday with Judge A. M. J' Cochran,
piesiding. Tho civil dockot was first
called for motions after which was em
paneled tho grand jury.
This was tho first term of tho court
sinco tho appointment of Colonel R. C.
Ford and tho new Marshal served in his
ofikfal capacity. Tho now deputy for
this section, John Roberts, entered upon
I tho dischargo of his duties.
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Mrs.-Aultraan Lang and daughter,
Eleanor of Manchester, Ohio, uro guests
of Mr. und Mrs. W. E. Wells of East
New York has a freak politician. The
licutonant governor of that Stato an
nounces ho will rotiro because ho is tir
ed of holding office.
When n pretty girl waits until sho is
about 19 years old to tnko tho whoop
ing cough sho can get a lot of sympathy
from peoplo whose businoss it is nono of.
TO BUILD MODEBN HOTEL AT
Danville. A movemont has beou
launched to build a $100,000 modorn ho
tel on the sito of the old Kllcher Houso,
destroyod by flro Monday.
LESS DYSPEPSIA NOW
-HERE'S THE REASON
Tho fact that thoro is less dyspepsia
and indigestion in this community than
thero used to bo is largely, wo boliovo,
due to tho extonsivo uso of Boxall
Dyspepsia Tablets, hundreds of pack
ages of which wo havo sold. No wondor
we have faith in them. No wonder we
nro willing to offer thom to you for
trial ontir'oly at our risk.
Among othor things, thoy contain
Pepsin and Bismuth, two of tho great
est digestivo aids known to medical
science. Thoy sootho tho inflamed stom
ach, allay pain, chock heartburn and dls
tross, holp to digest tho food, nnd tond
to quickly rostoro tho stomach to its
natural, comfortable, hoalthy state.
Thcro is no red tapo about our guar
antee. It means just what it says. We
ask you no quostions. Your word is
enough for us. If Boxall Dyspepsia
Tablots don't rostoro your stomach to
health and niako your digestion easy
nnd comfortable, wo want you to como
back for your money. They aro sold
only at tho 7,000 Boxall Stores, and iu
tht3 town only by us. Thrco sizes, 2.1c,
50e and $1.00. Chenoweth Drug Com
pany, corner Second and Sutton streets,
Van Dyke Brooke and an All-Star Vitagraph Cast in
THE VfXN&SOVR 8&LL!
Vitagraph TwoPart Feature.
Tomorrow Maude Fealy in "MOTHS." Monday-"Quo Vddis."
TANQO EEALLY CAUSED IT.
Hammond, Ind. "After wo christen
tho baby we'll dauco tho tango," said
Thomas Kraver, of Michigan City, Ind.,
K "THE TELL-TALE HANDKERCHIEF"
IN TWO PARTS
"THE HIGHER LAW"
Majest c Drama.
PEET AND PERTINENT.
Tho noblo Democrats aro coming into
their own. Marquis do la Fayetto Fan
nin has boon appointed postmaster at
Becchy, Greenup County.
Speaking of quid pro quo, Saturday
morning Lexington was full of legis
lators nnd Saturday ovening the legis
lators wcro full of Lexington.
Press dispatches announco tho death
in Philadelphia of a "soap manufactur
er and philanthropist." Tautology.
Any soap manulacturer is u philan
thropist. Only one child has been born in the
Kentucky Governor's mansion in fifty
years. Iho Elizabothtown mews says it
is now confidently bolioved that this un
or.viable record will be strictly main
tained during the present administra
tion. WOMAN GOULD
Because of Terrible Back
ache. Relieved by Lydia
. Pinkham's Vegeta
Philadelphia, Pa. "I Buffered from
displacement and inflammation, and hod
bucii pains in my
old ob, and terrible
backache so that I
could hardly stand.
I took six bottles of
pound, and now I can
do any amount of
work, sleep good, eat
good, and don't havo
a bit of trouble. I
recommend Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound to
every suffering womom." Mr8.HARRY
Fisiier, 10-12 Juniata Street, Philadel
Another Woman's Case.
Providence, R. L " I cannot spook
too highly of your Vegetablo Compound
as it has done wonders for mo and I
would not be without it. I had a dis
placement, bearing down, and backache,
until I could hardly stand and was thor
oughly run down when I took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
helped mo and I am in tho best of health
nt present I work in a factory all day
long besides doing my housework so you
can seo what it has aono for mo. I give
you permission to publish my namo and I
BpenK of your Vegetablo Compound to
many of my friends. " Mrs. Adril Law
son, 120 Llppitt St, Providence, R. I.
Dnngcr Signals to "Women
aro what ono physician called backache,
headache, nervousness, and the blues.
In many cases they are symptoms of
some female derangement or an inflam
matory, ulcerative condition, which may
bo overcome by taking Lydia E. Pink
ham'sYegetable Compound. Thousands
of American womso willingly testify to
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THB-B. F. D.
Of all tho works of Uncle Sam,
Betoofjcent and wise
Tho mighty irrigation dam,
Tho conquest of the skies,
The monoy coined sound and true,
Tho seeds ho scatters froe
Thcro 's nono that holds a candle to
The R. F. D.I
Tho R. P. D. with longthonod arms,
Extends its kindly sway.
To littlo isolated farms
From cities far away.
Thro country lanes it reaches out,
Boyond tho upland lea;
And ah, its travolod foot are stout
Tho B. F. 'D.l
The- blessed little box of tin
Beside tho winding road,
Ticasures may bo stored thereiu
From out -the postman's loadl
Tho bare-foot children caper down
And crowd about to seo,
Ah, better than tho joys of town
Tho R. F. D.l
Tho long nnd lonely country days
Aro lighted by tho mail,
And cheery hopes nnd better ways
Spring in tho postman's trail.
And farm and city, understood
Moro happily ngree.
'God bless tho bond of brotherhood
Tho R. F. D.l
When a girl has dimplos sho can
laugh at n funeral on a rainy day.
"You may wean a child, but it is
difficult to wean a mother." Corn
Not Likoly in This Section This Spring,
According To Local Weather
Forecaster W. C. Dovereaux, of the
Cincinnati Weather Bureau, sees no in
dication at tho present timo of floods in
this section this spring. The snow is
gradually disappearing under tho warm
sun, and tho Ohio Rivor is low at .ery
J point, being but 3 feot nt Pittsburgh.
to tho guests at tbo Kraver christening
party. Somo ono stopped on Mrs. Mary
Union's toes, sho sCrcamod, and a riot'
followed, in which four woro soriously
hurt. Fifo arrests woro made. '
Eoruest Thompson is ill with
Gureaut Wnlkcr is on tho sick list.
Mrs. Garr Strode was a week-end
guest of relatives in Maysvillo.
Mrs. Eliza Marshall is at George
town with hor daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Enoch spent tho
past wook with relatives at Mt. Gilead.
Mrs. Glenn Gault has about recovered
from hor recent illness. Her nurse,
M.ss Couch has roturned to tho hospital.
Prof. Gaithor and wifo of Maysllck
woro guests of relatives here ovor Sun
day. Rev. J. L. Finnell of Lexington spout
from Saturday until Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Goodman.
Mrs. Elwood Tollo is tho guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Gault.
Grant Walkor is on tho sick list at
Mr. Iloury Hughes and Miss Bell of
Flomingsburg were marriod in Mays
villo Thursday and loft for Virginia,
Illinois, to Bpond their honeymoon.
Tho will of Gus Eastln, formerly a
well-known turfman of Lexington, was
probatod. The, ostato is estimated to bo
Ohio was the first Stato to codify it
laws rolating to children and fix n
minimum age limit for employment at
15 years for boys and 16 yoars for girls.
OIL RUNS LAST WEEK.
Somersot, Ky. Following aro tho
runs aud completions for tho wcok end
ing Saturday, February 28, 1014:
1 -Bussoyvillo 414.02
2 Coopor 1,517.00
3 Donny 4,209.92
5 Steubonvlllo . ... 1,991.82
6 Cannol City 1,683.22
District- 0 Campton 564.60
District 9 Stlllwator 174.60
District 11 Beaver Creek ... 195.30
District 12 Ragland
District 13 Parmloyvillo . .. 1,159.91
Total , t 12,001.29
District 2 Cooper, Wayne County,
Ky., Kondall Refining Company No. 26,
B. S, Huffakcr, one barrel; Wood Oil
Company No. 21, A, J, Roberts, two
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Pathe Weekly No. 9
William Demean, Myrtle Bteadman
and Tom Mix iu
"Physical Culture on the Quarter
Circle V Bar"
"His Chorus Girl Wife"
Our idea of burled treasuro is when
n girl buries her dimple- uudor a coat
THREE FEET OF SNOW".
Three feet of snow and ice in tho
gutter in front of Tho Public Ledger
office, this March 5tb, is a reminder
that tho Ground Hog is no liar or joker.
Wo don't mean tho snow is 3 feet
deep all Maysvillc, just one of tho piles
Special Attention Eye, Tar,
Nose and Throat.
First National Bank Building
It in ift tho name that makes the
CO K FEE good.
But it'H the COFFEE that makee
thn name good.
8everal graripp, lib nkt, lib cans,
ateel cut or whole, 30 to 40 veins.
THE E. R. WEBSTER CO.SMSft
"BRONCHO BILLY AND THE
S. & A. Western Drama.
HIS FIRST PERFORMANCE
A Scaly Joko.
Sotno day ho Ml meet an awful fate,
He'll nover get my praiso;
I caught him giving mo short weight,
He'd better mend his weighs.
As Administrator of Mrs. L. J. Wells,
I will offer for salo on the promises,
4 miles west of Maysvillo, near
Thursday, March 12th,
At 10 o'clock a. m., tho following per
sonal proporty, to-wit:
Fourtoon-yoar old Mare, in foal by
a Jack; 7-year-old Family Mare; 4-year
old Maro In foal by a Jack; 3-year-old
Filly, unbroko; 3-yoar-old Golding, un.
broke; 2-year-old Filly; Yearling Horse
Colt; 5-year-old Work Maro; 4-year-old
Harness Mare, 7-year-old standard bred
Mare; 3-year-old Harness Maro, well
broko; 9-year-old Harness Mare, 5-year-old
Work Maro; Coming 2-year-old
Draft Colt, 12-yoar-old Marc, in foal by
draft horso; Saddle and Harness Stal
lion, Victor; 12-yoar-old, a flno Show
Horse; 2 Jersey Cows, both fresh In
March; 3-yoar-old Jersoy Hoifer, fresh
in March; Yearling Steer; 2 Hogs, 100
lbs. oach; 18 No. 1 good Ewes; six dozen
Hens; 100 Bushols of Corn; 2 sets of
Hip Straps; Sido Plat Harness; 4 Col
lars; 2 Bridles; Chock Blinds; Good
two-horso Wagon; Spring Wagon; Good
Sled; Harrow; 2 doublo-shovcl Flows:
Break Plow; Hillside Plow; Mowing
Machine, Cora Drill, Hoes, Bakes, Fork,
TERMS OF SALE mado known on
day of sale.
P. P. WELLS,
Administrator of Mrs. L. J. Wells.
II. O. Hawkins, Auctioncor.
Homo Factory To Put In Additional
Plant and Troblo Its Business
$10,000 Moro Capital Wanted.
We spoke last week of a shoo factory
wanting to locate hero. Tho enterprise
only wanted $10,000.
It met with the rosponso of $1,000 and
wo did not got tho factory.
Now comes a home manufactory, with
a good pay roll, which would liko to
incroaso its output. It needs $10,000,
and stands ready to guarantee tbnt it
will employ twouty-fivo skilled work
men, additional tu what they already
have, at an additional weekly pay roll
And in a short timo thoy will put nu
additional forco at work to tho ono now
employod. Thoy havo tho plana drawn
and all thoy lack is tho means to put
thom into operation, Othor cities have
heard of this plant, and mado them of
fers aud Maysvillo may yet loso ono of
hor best industries,.
Had wo better not extend a little aid,
and koop what wo havo; especially
when theso men are cur own homo busi
ness men who are putting their bruin,
brawn and money into this enterprise.
If you wish to knoifnor call on Tho
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Juet Received, a Big Shipment of
VERY FANCY NEW CROP SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES.
The Lust Hliipmpnt oi
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM
Now hero. Can net no more this ecasLn.
TWO CARS VERr FANCY WHITE T7BLE POTATOES
From the best potato growing district in Michigan. Have contracted for"
utvernl cars ol extra selected Northern 8eed Finny Rose, Early Ohio, Eariy
Ked Triumph and other varieties euitnble to our eoil and climate, all of
wbicu will be here in timo for early planting.
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Which is close at band I havo direct from llneion a big sunply of Fancy
Mackerel in barrels aud burkpf; also Codfish. White Fisb, &c.' Perfection
Flour, which ban no Biipumr Hiijul tre, nlwas in etock. Coffpes, both
green And roasted, of the bik'htet r.idta My stock ia the best, prices low-t-8t.
Finest Teas that can bo bought. Both CouVes and Teas ere bought
directly from the importers for ppot cash. CANNED QOODd My stock in
unusually large and being bought directly from the cunntrs at as low prices
h auy jobber can buy such good I am in position to meet the prices of any
no aud ut Bame time give customers the vry best that can be packed.
Fmeet and freshest Seal Hhipped Baltimore Oysters a specialty. Fruits and
Vegetables always in atoek. My aim ehall continuo to be to pive my cus
tomers tho verv best at moat reasonable prices. Country Produce, euch as
Butter, Egge, Poultry, &c, such as my city trade requires, bought at cash
prices, aud don't forget tbat I wholesale as well aa retail.
R. B. LOVEL,
We Again Call Attention to Our Line of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
McILVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
207 Sutton Street Phone 250, Maysville, Ky.
g Bill "Ain't you afraid
S when the market's off?"
Mliffl"Nn I'm nnin' in
Lots of men who havo big bank ae-1
uuts couldn't possibly tell you the
a split infirmitho
and n hiatus
A man is always hollering because ho
doesn't got what ho wauts, whon ho
should bo thankful that ho isn't got
ting what bo doesn't want.
We Are Offering
.... a Line of
For both ladies and gentlemen that has no equal. Our price
will interest you, btcauee tho price ia low and the quality high.
Call aud let me price them to jou. Yi,u will buy at our price,
because our price is right in 14k gold at d gold filled; move
meut of btat quality. Call and let mt fit Giacets to jour tyea.
We will chterlully change any GlatttB we fit without charge in
reauonable time, Our Olatete are guarantied to fit,
P. J. MURPHY,
"Of cnurno thoy do." The Central Warehouse
hits Sales Managers and Auctiotieor who by roasnn of
long jeara of experience know how to get Good Prices.
Satisfaction uececearily follows. To all those who
havo sold tobacco with us wo will say wo hope to soli
again, aud we abk those who have uuvor sold with us
to give up a trial. Wo believe wo can satisfy YOU.
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THE LEADING GROCER,
Whoale and Retail.
Push the button and
rest." The kind that
the whole family will
appreciate and enjoy.
to take your tobacker down
ihn AMA7HN "
lifo a w
the first few months of marriod
oiuan tries to show her lovo for
her husband by waiting on him. Buo
sho soon gots o;or it.
Christy Mathowson has signed with
tho New York National Leaguo team,
executing his contract with President
Hempstead, of tho Now York club..
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