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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
bllVt SXOKPT SUNDAY. TODIltn OJ JOLT,
, A. Ft CURRAN; Editor and Hubllsher.
91tne Telephone HU. iUi matvill. kt.
Hntered at the Maysvllte. Ky.. rottofficc n nceoud-cUM mall matttr.
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USLIVKKSU UY UA11RIXB,
I'ayabUtd Colltctor at end ot
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH
How the men in the moon, tho Martians, built
their canalB is told "by an astronomer who thinks
lie knows. Instead oC excavating, as did poor de
luded Uocthals, they leveled everything in sight
and erected walls on the sids of the canal. AVLsh a
Martian would drop down this evening, on the
"Washington folks and tell how the moon men dis
posed of the toll question. Power.
The United States, Germany and Great Britain
will have to retire from their cherished positions
as leading producers of iron and steel. A usually
careful and well informed contemporary tells us
that, "The total deliveries of all kinds of steel and
iron of the Russian Prodamet for 191.1 amounted to
2,120,222,S9G net tons, as compared with 2,034 ;194;
287 in 1914." Competition with a production of
more than two billion tons is hopeles. The Engin
eering and Mining Journal.
IS THIS A FREE COUNTRY?
The greatest disgrace bus fallen upon the people
of Colprado. After a shameful record of bloody
labor troubles, ineffectively handled, beginning
with Lead villi, going on with Cripple Creek, then
Leadville again and Telluride. the State's sover
eignty broke down in the coal war and the Federal
government had to be called in to restore and main,
tain order. That was quickly done when the troops
arrived, showing that even labor agitators bow
under a strong and impartial band.
It is clear enough that the only real point in the
labor trouble is the recognition of the union. Thus
it is much the same as at Calumet. The companies
in Colorado have not been minded to discriminate
against the union, but neither would they discrim
inate against the nonunion men. In other words,
they have stood for the principle of the open shop
and the right of every man to work without a per
mit from anybody. That is a principle worth stand
ing .for and will be so long as this is a free country.
The agitators don't like it. They want dues for
their treasuries and the right to make trouble.
"When they get around among such a collection of
different nationalities as there is in the coal field
of Colorado it is easy enough to make trouble when
they preach that the mines belong rightfully to the
men who work in them and that they should get
guns and' take them, etc. The Engineering and
$15 FOR THIS
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MURPHY'S Jewelry Store.
Plant a little patch of Cane ami give jour stock a treat next winter, ami
it will maketlie cows increase the flow of milk. We haye the. Oronge and
Try us for a Barrel of Flour Roller King, Al Purity anil Dfcweys Best.
RAINSB FLOS. PHONE 181
J. C. EVERETT C0.
A Treat that Pieces
Exquisite Cake (
Delicious Fasti y
Buy a Sackor Barrel
PAY CASH FOR YOUR RECORDS
and $i per week on the Victrola and
we will place this machine in your
home. It has concealed sounding board,
modifying doors, tapering tune arm and
exhibition sound box.
NEW LINE OF VICTROLAS
$15, $25, 40, $50, S75, $100, $200
1 I, 1 IL
Gold Medal Flour
From Your Grocer
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In a two wcoUb' meeting hold by Billy Sunduy ut
Huntington, W, Va therc.vffre 2,000 conversions.
A new salooncensus is to be taken by the Ohio
Stato Liquor Licenses Board. At the present time,
there are 5,525 saloons in Ohio. In tho last eight
'years the number has decreased from 13,009.
THE "TyiREJjESS" MINE.
Tho Fife Coal Co. has introduced "wireless" tel
ephony into its Lindsay colliery, at Kelty, in the
county of Fife, Scotland. The current is carried
through the rails in the gangways. Only four re
ceivers have been installed, one in the hoist room,
another at the foot of tho shaft, a third.at 2850 and
a fourth 4950 ft., respectively, from that point. The
receivers weight 50 lbs. Each instrument has a bat
tery of four cells, any of which will produce a cur
rent at 15 volts pressuc. Coal Age.
EAT BEFORE YOU WORK.
The. Lancet, the most famous medical' periodical
in the world, has announced that French scientists
have proved that the proper time for dinner is at
half-past seven, in the morning. At the, same time,
experiments seem to point to the hours between
noon and one o'clock and between seven and eight
in the evening as the least suitable for eating. In
addition to the heavy meal early in tie morning,
these scientists recommend two very light repasts,
one at half-past four and the other at half-past
eight of 9 p. in.
It doesn't take spring, weather to produce bloom
The fellow who blows his own horn doesn't gen
erally feel blue about it.
Terhaps the reason some men are so small is be
cause they shrink from their duty.
In drinking the only way you can get some fel
lows to say no is to ask them to treat.
Many a fellow wouldn't realize what a good time
be had last night if it wasn't for his headache this
There is one comfort for mere man in the pres
ent styles for women. The dresses do not button
in tho back.
THE NIGHT WATOH.
Mrs. Blinkenstcin I'or Iii:iw'ii's saku, Jsjijic, wlmt haw
you bpou Join;,'?
Air. Ulinkcustuin f()li, junt having a little gnino of pokor
with Mono Jiothbuuiii imd Abo Wiuklor.
Mrs. Iilitikcnstcin Hut look ut your vest; it is covered
with tobacco juieo. Wliilo pTaying poker cifti't you turn
your head when you ppitf
Mr. lUinkonstein Not with them fellows.
Mr. nVul Mrs. Nicholas Longworlli of
Ciiu'iiiiiuti, Iiae gone to Ojstor finy to
isit Col. Iioosovelt.
IV. A. Wood &Bro.
Market Street. MAVSVILIE, KV.
All klnda of Fresh Meats. Caili palil (or
oiucner- tocK. nitio anil tuiiow
Transfer and General Ilauliog. We
make a specialty of largo contrtiCts.
Ofllce and barn ISO Eaat Second
Btrepr. I'honps 145 and U28.
Wq ihqye-3 gjppjd supply of
LAZY WIFE and
All good ones.
15c a pint.
C. P. DIETERICB
PHCXNES 151 and 152.
We have for sale at No. 919 E.
Second St., a two story six-room
house with halls? on both floors,
bath, gas and electrio lights and
in faot ,all modern improvements.
House has just been redecorated
and freshly painted, and can be
said, to bo in perfect repair, there
fore it will not be necessary to
spend tho -price of a home before
you can move in . Tlfero is a
nice garden planted on tho lot
which goes, with the place
Possessioa within fifteen days
af i?r salq Is made1 If you want a
home let us show you this one, and
we feet sura you. will buy it at the
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JAPANESE PIN CUSHION FREE
Given Away With 10 Oont Purchaso of
Every lady, in tho tfiwn, ought to be
"stuck on" tulBJ(pin,cu3hionoffor by
tho American Toba,ccCompanjv To
start with, tho cushions aro tho neatest
novelty soou -hero in this line. Thoy
aro shaped to icprcsont gunning little
Jftpancso tea pots, with a handlo by
'which tho ' cushion enn bo hung up
ngninst tho wall in a convenient place.
""JnTSddltion, from tho smoker's poiut
of viow, when ho buys a tin of Tuxe.do
ho is getting tho full worth of his dime
In tha most popular and delightful
smoking tobacco on tho market, Every
smoker knows "Tuxedo Process".
Tuxedo is mado from tho highest grade
Kentucky JJutloy, treated by tho ori
ginul Tuxedo process so that it abso
lutely ennnot bito the tongue. This
fragrant tobacco is cqunlly good for
pipe or cigarette.
' ltousmuch as tho dealer's supply ol
these clever pin cushions is limited, it
is advisablo for you to mako your Tux
edo purchaso as soon as you see the
sign in tho tloalor's window. Only one
cushion to each purchaser of n ten cent
tin of Tuxedo.
All new designs in Wall Paper and
Bugs at HENDEICKSON'S.
Financial niralrs of the C. II. i. U
railroad are to be probed by the Inter
statu Commerce Commission.
SeMntor .lames will recommend It. H.
Mayo, brother of the lato John C. C.
Mayo, for postmaster of I'nintstillo.
Tho wholo of tho estate of the late
Jolr.i C. C. Majo, of l'ainttville, siiil
to bo worth at least .$.1,000,000, was
left by will to hi widow.
The poTsctoal property loft by tho late
Baron Strathcon.i and Mount Roy.il, for
mer high commissioner for Canada
amounted to $23,257,000.
No vessel in interstate trado will bn
allowed to draw water from any harbor
for drinking purposes, according to "i
new ruling of tho treasury department.
LONG AUTO TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. McMillan Burned
Roads and Tires On 1,000 Milo
Drive From Florida.
As Tho Ledger reporter pas pimiii;?
down Sutton street Saturday ho saw :i
Ford automobile Iiuarin license ta
Tho cur was owned and drhen by Mr.
S. B. McMillan of Tnllahasso, Fl.i. Mr.
McMillan a'ad wife arrived in Majsulle
about 9 a. ni., Saturday morning. Thoy
hnd tracled over 1,000 miles. Somo of
the roads wcre-mountainous and rough.
They go from hero to Newcomcrstown
in northeastern Ohio.
Thej were both over 70 jears old, but
look like joungsters and enjoying their
Thoy expect to rl'turn to Florida m
September. They started with new tires
but bought two Mew tires, four new in
ner tubes, and had used about .r.r gal
Ions of gasoline up to dato and uero ton
Many .Maysvllle Citizens Have Profited
If von have backache, urinary
troubles, days of dizziness, headaches
or norvousness. strike at tho seat of
tho trouble Thoso aro oftrti the
symptoms of weak kidnoys and there
U grave dangor in delay. Doau's Kid-
noy Fills arq especially prepared ior
kidney ailmonts are endorsed by
over a0,000 people. Your neighbors
recommend this remedy have prood
its merit in ma'ay tests. Maysvillo read
ers should take fresh courage in tho
straightforward testimony of a Mays
Honry Gallenstein, blacksmith, Pop
lar St., Maysvllle, Ky., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills are. tho best of kiduey
remedies. I havo usod different kinds
nnd no other has over equaled this
one. When my kidneys wero out of
order a'ad I had pain in my back, I
heard of Doan's Kidney Pills nnd usod
thorn. Thoy stopped tho pnins and my
kidneys became strong. The euro has
Mr. Gnllonstein is only one of many
Maysvillo people who have gratefully
endorsed Doan's Kicrnoy PHIS. If your
back aches If your kidneys bother you
don't simply ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Doan's Kiduoy Pills,
tho biinio that Mr.Oallenstoin hnd the
roinndy backed by homo testimony. 00c
all stores. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is
Lame Remember tho Name."
Our stock consists
of the most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
Havlnu Decided to Retlro Front
BuslnessI Offer My
BOTXiaUJ IN BOND WHI8KIES.
Old'Tftylor, full quart $-.95
Belle of Notopn, full quart 00
Lancaster, full quart 85
Mcllwood, full quart 83
Old Sam Whlto, full quart .70
Old jGjjfulliquart, 8 yoara.old. 87
Sam Olay, full quart. 83
Old Tlmo, full quart 84
Queen of Nelson, full quart 87
Van Hook, full quart 04
Duffy's Malt Whisky, per bottlo .90
3 Star Hennessey Brand per bot. $1.80
Eock-Eye,' por quart. .70
Fort, per bottlo 3G
Sherry, por bottlo 40
Olarct, per bottle 40
Puritan Belle, por bottlo 60
Mumms Extra Dry, per pint 1.00
Cooks Imperial, por pint 85
WHISKIES EN THE WOOD.
$4.00 Whisky, 8 yrs. old, per gal.. .$3.50
$3.00 Whisky, 4 yrs. old, per gaL. . .2.60
$4.00 Brandies, per gallon 3.50
$3.00 Brandies, por gallon 2.60
Mall orders promptly shipped.
Geo. Af. Dienet
208 Market St. Maysvlllo, Ky.
Dr. P.. G. SMOOT
Second Floor Mnnnnlc Trniple,
Third mid Market HtlceK,
NlM-clnl Attention lo II-iim- of Hip
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
llrtiileuct. U4 Ji 1 hint SI TtUnhonn
1 office SI, rtiMence? Office homt, to to li
JOHN W; PORTER,
fTW ..ni ". MVVITT K
A competition for eheajunns, ami not excel
lence ot uorlanannhip, in the mmt frequent
cause of the rapid decay and entire dritriictlnu
G. M. WILLIAMS,
First National Bank Building.
rnuilUs f onioo ass
Special Attention Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Hist National Bank Building.
mmtMm tstavt. Arriv
t5:40 mJ8.2. pn
U. S. ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule fleetlva Nov.
30,1913. Subject to ohangf
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE, KY.
fl:3i a.m., 8:38 . m.,
8:13 p. m., daily.
6:30 ft. m., 8:16 . m.,
R llln Tn..r1.llv.1oflftl.
1:40 p. m.,8:(3 p. m.,
9:2tiii. m., 6:30 p.m.,
7 55 p. m.,week-dyi.
W. W. WIKOF". Ap
Buy Your Spring
as to your advantage in buying here there are numerous reasons.
Not only ill you find here best quality footwear for a good deal less money
than you pay elsewhere for a like quality, but you will also find here a larger and
better assortment of all the latest designs.
We have a host of satisfied customers in Mason County which is by far the
best evidence in our favor.
OOLCEl TOMORROW, S.A.TTJ3RJD.Ar5r
We have plenty of bargains too numerous to mention.
DON'T MISS THESE BIG SPECIALS
Ladies' Mary Jane Pumps made on fash
ion's newest lines. Are now shown at other
stores at $2,50. Our price ;S1,B9
Children's sizes, 5 to 8 -99c
Children's sizes. 8tf to 1 1 $1.25
Misses' sizes. 11 to 2 $1.39
Men's $3 Shoes and Oxfords Tan, Gun
Metal and Patent at $1-99
Men's Scout Shoes. Tan and Black.
None better for Avear at $1.89
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AT THE NEW- YORK STORE
Our Store Is packed with merchandise and they will be sold
Presents given wlth-your purchase.
No. i Ladies' Fine
No. 2 Ladies' House Dresses 69c.
No. 3 Beautiful Sample WaiHts 49c and 98c.
No. 4 Ladies' Velvet and White Canvas Pumps
No. 5 Ladies' $3 Patent Colts $1.98.
No. 6 Children's Dresses 49c and 98c Jvery cheap.
No. 7 Ladies' Sample Dresses $1.49. cheap at
No. 8 Ladies'$5 White Dresses $2.98; see them.
No. 9 Children's $1 and $1.50 Hats 49c.
No. 10 Ladies Hats 98c. j?3 Hats jti.98.
Only Ore of the
Tests of the Superior
Quality of the
We have a large and
207 Sutton St. Phone 250.
I CLEAN UP!
S FOR GOOD
3 THE RYDER
Washburn's Enamel House Paint
5 We Are the Leaders in
B PAINTS, WALL PAPER AND GLASS B
. At Our Store
Men! We can save
you big money on
every pair you buy.
Here you will find
tho very newest
models in Patents,
Tans and Gun Metal.
The sama shoes you
have been paying
$3.50 for. Special at
Muslin and Crepe Gowns
STORE s- S7?,Ur
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gaa Work a Specialty.
HaudlcJOnly tbe BeBt ol material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittiuga, GaB ritoven
aud KangeB, All Bizea ot Bewer l'ipe.
PAINT UP! :
PAINT GO TO
Ladies' New Crea-
tions, Colonial Pumps
and Oxfords, worth
Ladles' soft kid strap Slippers, made with
flexible soles, a great value at 99r
Infants Patent Baby Doll Pumps, tW
straps, worth 75c, Special 49j
Box Calf and Gun Metal Shoe!
Thosli.Ewan&Co elicited. : , mum Li LJ rl CI I i
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