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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
.iiT-ncuT itiMDATi rtonTHfjr
A. P. CURRAN,
itor and Publisher.
Is rtJBUia LBcain boildinb,
Unttreri t the MVHvllU. Ky., P.ntofflccS as gceoml-clam mall matter-
aujotvuinioa- uy mau,
DSUVXRKD 11 YJ VAIMUtU,
Jtovaftlt to VolUetor off tna of Montn
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE.
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The Pliihulelphia Publitf Ledger advocates a war
tnv linnii "stores which peddle alfalfa in the form
Hof Egyptian cigarettes." Well, how about another
upon drug stores in MaiAie which distribute an in
tVrinr minlitv of unfdtered irasoline. floor varnish
'and paprika as "Kentlucky whisky'?-
fM.. ...nnl lirtKiiiI'viiilr mitnmiir (if ilio l',lirmir:l 11
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war will be thediseaKe and famine resulting, and
to think that
pay the price.
women and children will
, away oT
is on, common sense is off
i L,. in Hi li . toiwrt Kktfmma
USEFUL RABBITS. ' " "
(Tho Sun, New York.)
In many parts of the South and especially in the
Mecklenburg Reservation in Tarheelia, rabbits are
used to hunt wildcats, bloqdhounds, internal reve
nue officers and mushrooms.
SENATOB CAMDEN WILL EEWABD
ECHOES PROM MAINE
Election returns from the Maine woods point
to the near extinction of one of its chief faunal
"Love is an overrated pnssion," said Hutlcr Olaeiizcr,
tlio essayist nnd critic, at a dinner at tho Player' Club in
"A fat, bow-legged clerk of middle age, earning $25 a
week, meefs a beautiful girl, a peerlessly beautiful girl, a
girl for wliom he well knows there's nothing good enough
and ho confidently ofTer.s her himself."
Mr. fllacns'er'.s oyes twinkled behind his pince-nez.
"And thnt," ho saM, "is love."
Hon, Jacob E. Meeker
Tho popular Itepibllonn iiomineo for Congress from tho 10th Missouri District
will 'discuss tho various phases of prohibition at open meetings at the follow
ing time and places in this county:
At Orangeburg at 1 o'clock p. in., Friday, September 25, 1011.
At Lewisburg at 3 o'clock p. m., Friday, September 25, 191 1.
At Helena (t 5 o'clock p. in., Friday, September 25, 1914.
Mr. Meehe knows his subject and can discuss it in a clear, concise, and
eloquent manner as is attested by every ono who heard him in Maysvillu
DON'T MISS IT!
This will bo your last elianeo to hear a clear,
sion of prohibition. '
convincing and alilo discus-
C. A. Windle
Will Speak at the
lunTnu nnroA unncr oATironjiv cm
1H1UIUI1 UJLRH I1UU0L OHIUMJHI, OLV
TEMBER 26th AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
win desire to hear an intelligent, logical and uuimpassioued discussion
'ihihitioii, attend this speaking.
(Ir. Windle is recognised as ono of tho brainiest men of this country and
i of tho closest friends and personal advisors of tho Hon, William V
,11, our National Secretary of St.tte.
To ono can say ho has heard all (hero is to prohibition until he can
'"I havo heard Windle."
Admission free. No collection.
COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS
Many Maysvlllo Pooplo Havo Found
This to Bo True.
Aro you wretched In bad weather?
Does ovcry cold sottlo on your kid
Does your back acho and become
Are urinary passages Irregular and
These symptoms aro causo to sus
pect kiduoy weakness.
Weakened kidneys Meed quick holp
Doan's Kidnoy Pills aro especially
prepared for weakened kidneys.
Orateful people recommend them.
A, Sorrics, locksmith, Aberdeen, O.,
says: "Tlio action ot my kidneys was
mcgular and tho kidney secretions con
taiued sediment. I had backache and
wIil'.i stooping, it was hard for mo to.
straighten. Colds always settled on my
kidneys. I used Doan's Kidnoy Fills
nnd they stopped tho troublo and my
kidnoys became strong."
Tho above is not au isolated case. Mr,
Sorrics is only one of many in this
vicinity who havo gratefully endorsed
Uou'a's. Jf your back aches if youi
kidneys bother you, don't simply ask
for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Fills, tho same that .Mr.
hurries had. 50c all stores, boater
Milburn Co., Props., IlulTalo. N. Y.
o the Colored Citizens
The .lune report of Ohio fires sjiows
.11 were from uuKunwu origin at hi
lew of flOO.102; 5.'l from lightning,
t72,:i,10; 205 from spirks, 5,50; 25
from careless smokers, 25,750; ind It
iiom incendiary origin, $7,025. Instir
ance amounting to $2,:i22,5:i 1 :n ti it-olved.
The well-known show horse will
make a full season at the Maysville
C. E. BIGGERS.
The Hon. Walter Roberson
Of Hopkinsville, Ky.
Will address tho colored peoplo of Maysvlllo and Mason County on tho great
danger of prohibition at
Mayslick, 7 p. in. sharp, Friday, September 25.
Washington, 8 p. in. sharp, Friday, September 25.
iMr. lioborson is ono of tho leading orators in Western Kentuckv and is
n man of great ability and extremely popular among whito nnd colored in
his own county, IIo is said to bo ono of tho most eloquent colored orators in
Ho will speak at tho grand rally at tho
WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, SEP
TEMBER 26th, AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M.
Kvorybndy conio and hear him. No admission and no collection.
Senator Johnson N. Camdeu writes
the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission
from Washington thnt ho will glvo $50
to tho Trustee who, In tho judgment
ot tho Kentucky Illiteracy Commission,
aids In mnkiiug tho best moonlight
school in the State. This prize will be
awarded on reports of campaigning
done by trusteo to secure attendance nt
tho school, on tho trustee's own -at
tendance, nnd either nctlltics which
tlio trusteo may perform toward mak
ing tho school a great success. There
is yet timo for nny trusteo in tho State
to compete for this prize. The second
session of moonlight schools begins Oc
toiler 5(h, ami thousands of such schools
will open then,' while many others will
continue their sessions nl ready begun.
Senator Camden sent his check to the
Commission and the prlzo will bo Ii
tho hands of tho trustee by Thnuks
giving. Senntor Camden also writes
Lis hearty endorsement of this move
ment, which ho is watching from WnsHi
ington with interest.
BRIDGE PIER IN CEMETERY
In locating tho piers for the new
bridge which is to span tho Ohio river
at Sciotovillc, it has been found that
0110 must bo erected in tho Vinton
Fiiico cemetery. Tho burial ground com
prises about one ncrc of ground, Ac
cording to an agreement entered into
by the C. &.O. officials and the Forter
township trustees tho C. & 0. will com
pensate them for tho ground and re
move all the bodies to tho Wheelers
burg cemetery. The burying ground has
been in had shape for some timo be
causo tho Ijittle Scioto river has wash
ed part of lit away so when tho town
ship trustees got a chance to sell the
"silent city" they did so without any
KENTUCKY FARM STATISTICS.
(From last Federal Census Heoprts)
There are 250,185 farms in Kentucky.
The approximate land area of ttiK
State is 25,715,000 acres.
Tuenty-flvo million ono hundred and
eighty-nine thousand acres of the land
in farms are improved.
The average sue of a Kentucky farm
The farms of this State represent a
capital investment of f77:i,7!l7,000.
The farmers of this State own 20,
S51.000 worth of Impleiynts and other
The value of the domestic iiuimaU,
poultry nnd bees on the farms of this
State is $117,1S,000.
The average value of a Kentucky
farm is $2,080.
Special Attention Eye, tar,
Nose and Throat.
Hist National Bank Building.
tl. 8. ELLIS, Afcent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule effect We Nov.
30,1913. Hubjuot to Chang
TRAINS LEAVK MAYSVILLE, KY.
I in p. m., 8:CS p. m.i
10:47 1.. ni, dally.
u.ain. m., 6:30 p. m.
K 1. ni.,veek-dayi.
W. W1KOKK. Artot
i:M a. in., B 47 a m.,
3:13 p. n.,Uall.
5.30 a. ui., :l(l a. m
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Hemml Fluor DIhhoiiIo Temple,
Third mill Market rtlieotB,
.Hi-rll Alli'iillon to lllanue oMIip
Eye, Ear, Nose, Threat.
Hmiiiince, 124 K Third St Ttltphonn
office tt, retUltncel Office houn, to in li
a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m., Hot p. m, tiuitjjyt
nllr4, Flnl NntloiiMl Itanh llullrflnc,
Local and Lour I Office Mo. 565.
Dlltaunr Phonel I Ketldenre No 17
G. M. WILLIAMS,
First National Bank Building.
Phnnoc t KfKlilence 570-W
0ff.ee Pho-e 37. Home Phone 9G.
17 E. Second St., Maysville, Ky.
is your opportunity, now is the time to
get one of our up-to-date hats, suits, or
cloaks. If once you see our goods and hear
our pricep, you will thank your judgment
for coming to see us.
Just take a look at our $12.50 suit3.
Just try one of our up-to-the minute
hats at half the regular price.
Just get us to show you our skirts from
Just come in to inspect our cloaks before
If you give us a trial we'll give you the
The best for the least at our bargain
Time rolls away so come in today.
NEW YORK STORE " "ZSOl-
We Want Your Trade
Consequently our aim is to
please by saving you money
and handling only first-class
goeds. Whether your pur
chase is large or small it
will receive our best attention.
McILVAlN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysville, Ky.
SPRING WHEAT FLOUR
CHEAPEST AN3 BEST FLOUR. UNIT'D STATES
GOVERNMENT TEST PROVES IT.
Uecf. sirloin 410
Muttou, leg .41")
Pork, loin lutt
Butter ,.... m
Wheat llrcokfast I'ootln US)
GOLD MliDAI, I'l.OUK.. G.M0
4 r ill)
Energy Wt II ill liuy
KNRRGY, MUSCLE ami STRKNOTII-GIVING QUAIJTIP.S.
One pound of GOLD MKDAL FLOUR will go us far as two pounds
of best meat,
BUY A SACK FROM YOUR GROCER
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
Why Not Now?
1 1 1 1 lil
III 1 1 1
, M. C. RUSSBIL CO,,
"THE DOWNWARD PATH"
Two P.irt Lnblii Drama.
"EVA, THE CIGARETTE GIRL'
"THE TANGO TRAGEDY"
SECOND SESSION OF MOONLIGHT
Tim hivoiid m-sion of moonlight
'flinols begins Octnlier ."Hi, and tliit
bids fair to bo hotter than the first
M'sfiun, for most of the teacliers who
rained exporienoe in the first sossini
ire just ready now for good work. Aisi'
tlio (Kentucky Ulitcr.iey Commission
s bettor equipped in Ihe matter of sup
dies and in their drills on good ro.ids,
health, agriculture, domestic hcienee,
tc. Any teacher who desires .supplies
r information will pleaso write the
Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Frank
fort, Ky. Also, all who are teaching
or who propose to teach ;i moonlight
.hool should write this Commission, at
c'rankfort, and get credit for their
DR. E. Y. HICKS
HOVRS-9:30, 12, 1:30, 4
Wo li'ive iho.v 200 husliols of good new Timothy Seed
to sell for Ciish. Prices Hight.
Ft-IHSTS BROS. PHONE 191
nay2 Court Street
Phono 10 i.
Transfer and General Hauling. We
mako a specialty of largo contracts
OJiice and barn KM) K.tst Second St
IMmiies 115 and U28.
Sttk or Ohio, (Jitt or Toledo, i ..
LUUi UOUNTT. ("'
Prank J. Cheney mukuiostb tlmt be luenlo
p&rtuerof tlitidrinof K.J. Cheuuy A (Jo.,ilolni
builueg.lu the oltvot Toledo, oouutyiuid .tnt.
iforemlil, and thnt ld rlriu will paythe lum n'
ONi: IIUNDRKU DOLLARS tor mch and over
oaaKOtCatarrlilhutaannot tie cured hy the men!
HalHCatarrhOure. m KUANK J. CIIKNKY
Sworn toheforo me'aiid tuhiorlbed in loyori
leacethlidtbdayof Oeoember.A. U..IHBS
(SKit. A. W. Qleabom,
(lall'iCatarrh Cure la taken Internally andaoi
llrectljou the blood aud iuuqoui lurfucek of tb
K.J. CIIENKY A CO., Toledo. O.
tnlri by sll UruKKtiti, ?6f .
Tho following is the number of pur
.oils registering Wednesday in tho six
wards of Maysville:
Tirst Ward 27
Second Ward ail
Third Ward 28
fourth Ward 51
Fifth Ward 45
sixth Ward 4"
CAMERA AND KODAK
Wo will coutinuo during the
mouth of September to develop
freo all ii ma bought from us,
charging only for the prime.
Prompt work. Neatly done.
Samo prico. Better quality.
JOHN C. PECOR
22 WEST SECOND STREET, MAYSVILLE, KY.
Farm For Sale
We have for sale the Si -acre
farm of Mr. Charles Ingram,
located in Helena Precinct.
The improvements on this
farm consist of a five-room
house (new,) stock barn and
and tobacco barn. Place is
well fenced and well watered.
Land all in grass but about
twelve acres. Here is a nice
little farm that is priced worth
the money on easy terms.
Our stock consists
of the most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
solicited. : : : : :
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
NOVEL DOG LAW.
Tho State of Virginia has passed a
novel dog law, which it is herieed will
enable that Stato to raise sheep success
ully on a huge amount of waste laud
heretofore idle. This law makes it u
uiudeinenuor punishable by a line up to
r5U for tho owner to allow his dogs to
run at large in the country.
IN SLEEPY OLD NEW YORK.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
Live roostors aro to be barred in
New York city after November 1 be
causo they crow at dawn, liabies nia
yet bo prohibited within tho city limits
because they cry whenever thoy get
,ood and ready. Springfield Henubli
For Maysville's Economical Shoppers
Great purchases of Shoes and Rubbers during the past ft-w wetks S
enable0! us to again oft'r you another great money-saving opportunity. JJ
COKRECT STYLES FOR THIS S
FALL'S SMART DRESSER g
A complete showing of authoritative styles, embracing an almost S
endless assortment in all leathers of the very latest and most beauti
ful creations in this autumn's footwear.
BEAUTY AND ECONOMY
go hand in hand ttii-3 fall at Maysville's Greate t B vrgain Shoe Store.
SPECIAL -Misses' and Children's $1.50 Button Shoes, All Sizes Up To 2, 99c
NEXT MONDAY IS THE DAY.
THE E, R. WrBSTER CO, ,?
WWWCClptwlyfc. . '
Noxt.Momlay local option electionn
will b0 held in tho following twelve
lounties: i'nyetto, Mason, Carroll.
Uooue, Henderson, liourbou, Scott
Montgomery, Olarkj Hell, Shelby aud
Kev. J, N, Ueckott, of Aberdeen, was
relieved of -J7 by jdekpockuts In Cln
luuati when returning homo fro mthc
M. V. Conference nt Toledo.
Tho first auction galo of dead letter
mail over held in Cincinnatii will occur
on October 1. Fully 10,000 pieces of
merchandise will bo sold.
Growing Girls' depeudalo School Shoos
t lint couihiuu stylo and durability
Patent and flun Metal; si03 12Mi to ti,
:f:;.00 value. Special $1.4')
Misses' and Children's Cloth-Top
Shoes in Patent and Gun Metal.
Sies 8Vj to It 51.21
11 to a $i.io
Karly Pall Special Ladies' Stilish
I'.uttou Shoes in Patent Leathers ai d
Gun Motal, high nnd iow heels; a grent
lion's and Youth's School aud Dress
Shoes iu all leathers aud up-to date
stales, lluttou and L.u'o. You would
ordinarily pay from $2.00 tu $2.50
Hoy s aud Youth 's bt hsli aud durable
shoes; all solid leathers, hi Button and
Lace. All sires up to 0; a big vnluo.
Men's Full Shoes Just received In an
leathers end stylos; made of all solid
leather; $3 values. Special $1.99
Ohio hat D07,127 horses, 2,448,97(1 cat.
tie, .'llta mulcsf 1,888,365 sheep and
L672,784.1.0g-i., - - v
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