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title: 'The public ledger. (Maysville, Ky.) 1913-1968, June 06, 1914, Image 1',
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i((&fVzLr nspiLiOA-in MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT.
. Ish Ka Bibblo.
A man -ffynid of microbes most sure
ly is n b.oW; -
He is a mollycoddle,, a mossbnek and
Wo'vo fussed with 'em for forty years
without, ono vain regret
We'vo kissed each time wo had a
chance,1 and the mikes ain't got us
Ycstorday--tnorniug Mr. Charles As
bury ofMear, Fornloaf brought in for
shipment East, a b'unch of 131 spring
lanibs that were about the finest over
Tho pupils of the Eighth Grade under
Mrs. Ball ami Miss Hnrbeson presented
the- HigK School with two beautiful
statues, ono representing Mercury, the
other one victqry. Tt was thought to
plaeo tiiem on tho newel posts, but as
thoy are two fine works of art, perhaps
they will be placed in the Auditorium.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Govorurnout reports show the steady
output ol coal during the last tew
yeara has made the dealers pueh (or
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
von a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
or anything in building material, don't fail to get our prices before buying.
We will give you the same quality for less money, or better quality for the
same money. We are building ohr business with that reputation. '
We have as near a complete stock us you cati find, and can load a house com
plete on the same day order is received.
Get our price and you will leave your order.
The Mason Lumber a.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. " MAVSV8LLE, HV.
A. A. MoLauohmn. I.. N. Rkhan.
James B. Cray, tho now Postmaster at
Millorsburg, reeeies au increase in sal
ary from $1,400 to $1,500 a year
Ike important feature of any trans
planter is tho valvo mechanism. Ex-
'Amine the Improved Tiger. The valve
on this transplanter has a flat rubber
cut-off and 1V4 hose that insures plenty
of water. The. Tiger makes the farmer
absolutely Independent of the
weather. Ho sets his tobacco when
' he gets his ground ready and it makes
no ditterence whether the soil is dry
or moist. This machine was designed
primarily for the purpose of enabling
the farmer to transplant, irrespective
of seasonable conditions. At the same
time, it is constructed to make
planting ruoro rapid and accurate. You
can't go wrong in buying a Tiger. Thoy
will "deliver the goods." If you are
too busy to come in, 'phono us and we
will give you the names of some of
your neighbors who are delighted Tiger
BIG 3 IN STOCK OF
Waterman, Coukliti and Holland. Fit voir hand nnd fit your purse.
Self-filling utid regular types. The best Fountain l'eu, Holder and Dottle
of Ink for $1. Satisfaction guaranteed. Start the Graduated with a good
i J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Mrs. John Sniilor of Newton, Ohio,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Higgins,
and sister, Mrs. Lonis Nn'len.
Mrs. Dave Ashtuoro and grn'.iddaugh
tor of Georgetown, Ohio, have returned
homo after a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Higgins, nnd sister, Mrs. Louis Naden.
Mr. George T. Barbour, Assistant
Cashier of Tho Bank of Maysvillo Na
tional Banking Association of this city
ha? returned from a business trip to
All now designs in Wall Paper and
Rugs at HENDRICKSON'S.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
If not bold prhntely, I will oiler for
sale at public miction on Thursday,
Juno-Hth, the house located nt No
1418 East Second street, opposite
car turns. IlmNo has sovon rooms, two
han't, is practically new and in good
repair. Good out-buildings; alto two
good lots on corner Broadway and East
II. G. HOLIDAY.
Q Now is tho time to do your wall papering and H
M painting. Come in. "Wo can show on just what m
you need. "We havo a full lino of AVall Papers,
Bg Paints, Enamels, Etc. Seeour line before buying. 5
CRANE & SHAFER,
a 10 pnv nun
ruunti toe. kja. DUUUintj.
Threo days' trip lo Mamirloth Cave
for $12.10. Juno 18. L. & N. j!8
CLASS DAY PROGRAM
High School Auditorium, Monday, Juno
. 8th at 2 P. M.
Address to Undergraduates-
Bauer, president Senior Class.
Response Hermann Calvert,
dent Junior Class.
Introduction Daisy Chalkloy.
Class History Helen Stevens.
Last Will and Teslamont Mary
CaleMdnr Elizabeth Higgins.
Piano Solo "Romnntimio" Mary
Class Poem Georgo Redmond.
Prophecy Lena Wells Lykins, Nellio
Grant, Anna Calvert.
Caricature llniina Debohl.
Donors Anna Calvert, Ernest Zieglcr
Dr. J. A. Spencer was a business vis
itor in Lexington, Thursday.
Today is the last day for discount on
June 1st Gas bills.
Mr. Thomas A. Davis will leavo Mon
day for a few weeks' stay at Martins
ville, Ind., for tho benefit of his health,
which is gradually improving.
Mr. Georgo J. Thomas of the Mays
villo Brick Company, roturned yester-,.' .Jti
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MASON COUNTY COURT.
juyruo uisi.M oi wover was appoint aJ
cd guardian of Luoilo Gibson, a minor. nJfM
Sho qunlified as such with J. Elgin An
derson as surety on bond. t ' ,
BEST SPRING MEDICINE
that money can buy is OXY-TONIO. It tones up the
system and builds up your general health. Absolutely tho
best blood rurifler you can get. Excellent for childron,
for constipation, biliousness, sick headache, liver and
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. r
D. HECHXNGKR & CO.
Maysvillo's Best Clothing and Mbh's and Boys' Shoe Store.'
When you buy underwear or shirts dou't overlook ua. The largest lines in Town
if you want to buy tho beat $1 shirt in the World ask for tho "ECLIPSE" "we sell
thousands of them to natished customers '.
$12 to lf is about the price the economic man pays for a Suit of Clothes.
these prices we show wonderful value", from the number wo sell wo know they are
appreciated. From 20 to $30 we show a line of Suits that are works of art, thoj
are worn by our best dressers.
"To keep our tailorj omployel we will mike a limited number of custom Suits
at liberal price concessions".
O. KEQEIlSrG-IEES, c&. CO,
Mrs. Mary Marsh was in Lexington
Thursday to attend the commencement
at Stnto University, from which her
sun, Neal, was a. graduate. Mr, Mar-di
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at fHUlNU 45iJ. LUX BULLDING. S1 wnl o of six 1,t,i10r graduates ot tiiu
Mrs. Jennio Baird of Maysille is i3
iting Mrs. W. S. I'otts.
Mrs. J. D. Dye has returned to hor at that plae,
homo in Cincinnati after a visit to rel
Farns Brothers went to Maysvillo
tho first of tho week to accept a posi
tion with the Homo Telephone Company
Banker J. Elgin Anderson of Dover
was here yesterday on business.
BIG SUIT FILED
IS MIKE BROWN, 5
S THF B
I SOUARE DEAL MAN.
Mr. Harry I1. Otto is home frotntc
University, Lexington, to enjoy his va
' cation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
flionry V. Otto of East Second street.
meeting: of o. w. b. m.
Tho V. W. B. M. will ineot this aft-
pornotti at 3 o'clock with Mrs. K. A.
, Car. '
U. M , . T
TOBACCO CROP NEARLY ALL
Tho rains and tho favorablo tobacco
season this week have enabled tho
fnrmers to sot out about all of their
tobacco crops. Tho plants set out now
InHvo a good stnrt and tho prospect is
bright for a largo crop.
The Hendrickson Paint Co.,
G2 W. SECOND ST., AND 204 SUTTON ST.
Col. Henry P. Clionault of Birming-
um, Ala., is here for a visit with rel-
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Wr. Charles Kauts of Georgetown,
u.Ts visiting Jier parents, Mr. ft'jid
ra.' Louis Naden. ''''
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Mrt John Nowmnil of St. LoUlS is
iitingAMrs, J. R. Canieuter nnd sister,
HMHaltle Crowell. .
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IIMargaret Duviijo loft yesterday
etflotta for several vjeoka' visi with
ittRes In Philadelphia.
Sw?IwlU send you fi
vy-Tcoffee is a fiuA
Mrs. Boyton of Madison, Wiscousin,J
passed through this city yesterday eJ
route to i''ieimugsiurg to visit rela
tives. s " -
Mrs. C, II, Bcholro and niece, Miss
Lutio Tumipseed of Cincinnati are vis
iting rionds and relatives' h this city
nnd county. ,
Mrs. John Altmoyor' and son, Rob
crt, aro sjitMdiag a weok with the fam!
ily of her sister, trS. J. J. Fit-gerald
Miss Margaret Owens has roturned
from Hollins, Va. where sho has bpou
attending the Hollins Seminary for the'
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r pounds oi C &'P(, BprialCof"e. ' ,
raik Wullder bcM.Ctii- tiki uUaHtV. i
Against tho Late M. O. Kirk's Estate
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Kirk Wants
$21,000 for Alleged Rent.
Elizabeth Kirk vs. E. T. Kirk as ex
ecutrix of Morris C. Kirk, ileceascd,
Morris C. Kirk, Susie Smoot, Minnie
Thompson, A'ann Norris, Hattie Norris,
Mntilda Norris, Paulino Norris, Ruth
Norris, Mary Vernon Norris, Anna Trip
lett Calvert, Elizabeth Calvert, Min
nie Boyd Dobyns, Anna Boyd Smoot,
Susan Pollitt, Alfred Soward, Jr., and
Wash Lyons, is tho style of suit filed
yesterday In tho Circuit Court.
Tho plaintiff, Elizabeth M. Kirk seeks
to recover judgment ngafcist E. T. Kirk
as executor of M. C. Kirk, deceased, for
$21,000 rent, on curtain' portions of
land set forth aud described in her pe
tition. Sho also wishes to bo adjudged the
owner and bo eiitled to possession of
tho laud described in hor petition.
To Ironton in a Ten-Inning Contest
Finch Hitter Jackley Scores a Run
ner With Single.
Ironton, Ohio, Juno 5. It took ten
innKigs for tho local team to win over
Mnysvillo today. Jnckloy, pinch hit
terdolivered a timely blow in tho tenth
which turned tho tide. The score:
MAYSVILLE AB R II PO A E
Badol, rf I
Chnpman, If 4
Curtis, 3b C4
Emory, ss 3
Donovan' cf t
Dietorich, 2b 4
Barrett, lb ......... 1
)johr, c .'........ 3
Snnford, p 4
Griffin . ...fj,,. 1
' "v. ."
TOTALS 30 1 flx29 10 0
IRONTON AB Rs HPOAli
Kendal, rf ' 5 0.0 2 0 0
Kolly, ef .; 1 1 0 0 0
Boll, If ..'. '..',412 4 0 O
Pezold, 3b ....... 4 "ffPs 2 C ,0
Smith, lb '...'. 4 0 1 12 0 0
MeDanioh, c 3 0 0 3 0 0
Nally, 2b . 4 - 0 1 0 2 1
Cluuser, ss 4 0 0 0 3 0
Haggorty, p ...,v.. 4 0 0 0 3 0
Maekloy . ..,.".. J" 0 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 38 V" 0 30 15 1
Batted for Qohr in ninth.
"Batted for McDaniels in tenth.
xTwo men out when winning run was
Innings 123450780 10
Mayaville . ,. .0 0 0 0 0 0 O'O 1 01
Irontou 0 00000001 12
Twq base, hit Badol. Sloleq bases
Emery. Double plays Clause- td Nnl
ry t Sith, PtnoU W il)i. SiMck
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We chose the old-fashioned word sunshade he
cause it so aptly describes the comfort you'll sp
curo licncntli the shelter oi these pretty, parasols.
In addition you'll have protection for complexion
nnd hat at such a trifling outlay $1.97. Parasols (
that couldu 't he duplicated for $2.50 to $4. A man
Beautiful designs. No two parasols alike, you
'vain count on something distinctive
Colors to harmonize perfectly with any costume.
See display in East "Window.
Yudor Shades exclude the sun but not the air.
They're made of the finest Linden fiber woven with
a strong twine especially made to withstand the
weather. This twine is not only put close together
but to secure greater strength is doubled at both
PRICES $2.75 to $5.75 According to Size.
"Wo have cheaper shades down to $1.20 hut the
Vudor Shade is worth tho extra outlay because it's
built to la'st.
Mrs. John M. Rains and daughter,
Miss Mario Rains of Avondalc, Cin
cinnati, arc hero to enjoy tho Hiimmor
months and havo apartmonts with Mrs,
Sarah Power V.i East Third street. Miss
Jessica Rains will join hor mother aud
slktor hero in a foWdays.
Miss Tura Turner lias returned from
n pleasant visit with friends at Vox-port.
Messrs. Clay Smith, ilcnry and JohM
Marsh roturned homo yesterday from
Mr. Jns. B. Wood was iu Ciuciuuati Misses Nathalie Wood and Francos
on business yesterday. Geisol havo returned from State Unl-
Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Smith ami Dr.
iiMd Mrs. Mjyers of Georgetown, Ohio,
will spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Judge and Mrs. A. M. J. Cochran willSfJ
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I Ashland tonight.
Last Saturday being 'Memorial Day, prevented lots of our
good Country Friends from coming to Maysvflle.
For their benefit we are going to offer the same bargains as
offered last Saturdy with i
Everybody should be happy now after the glorious rain. .
Watch the crops grow.
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