Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The public ledger. (Maysville, Ky.) 1913-1968, November 09, 1914, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
. I I . .. . ... - '. - . .n -- - - - ! -i i in ii iMHiiiMMiWrtatwitiwitllMiiiiii rlMltfMMBMflBiffil
union for tbo
bust g)liday Display in
11 our history of bc-
unost Olothioro. Ev-
faery cift that's worth
L&whilo will he found
Lhero at roasouablo
IGeo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
HALF BILLION LOSS
Estimated as Result of Low Prices of
' jr " Cotton and tlio Seed.
Washington, Nov. 7. War's effect on
the,prico of cotton and cotton seel has
caused a loss of nbout $1."jo,0()0,000 to
.'American cotton farmers this year, it
vfis announced today by the Uurenu
dfr.Croj) Estimates ol tlio Department
fo'f Agriculture. The experts base their
estimate on the shrinkage of prices this
year compared with thuc or last year.
This year's prices are tlio lowest that
. it . i ..! icno
uavo jiroviiiii'ii sinuu ioi.a.
Cotton prices on November 1st, av-
rOM.'rt u..i cents per pound, wane a
mar auo tne price as J- cents, ims
R?rcduction represents n total Mirinkage
of Income of cotton limners tor ant cot-
Jon of nbout $125,000,000.
Cotton seed was sold by producers on
'October 1st nt about $15.2o a ton, while
a year ago the price was about $22 a
ton. This reduction represents a shrink-
ago of about $110,000,000.
MOVIES TO BE HIT
iA'By Special War Tax Revenuo Col
lectors Declare Motion Picture
Shows Will Bo Classed
l) Ae Theaters.
'-'(Motion picture shows are classed as
ijtheators and will pay a special war ta
on that basis."
Collectors of Internal Itcvcnue, after
'having received from Washington a
r.spceial ruling on the subject with re
Aspect to the war tax on movies and
tho, like the collector said:
SCJassed as theaters, motion picture
'" ' ,javing a Renting capacity of not
i 2.)0 Persons must pay $2.1
naeViug n seating capacity
o0, and not exceeding
0 u veur; thoe Inning
ty exceeding 500, and
01, must pav $( a year;
capacity of moro than
how great beyond that,
cut iuto effect November
x must bo paid during the
1 in our apartment,
(or sings around,
I cook department
seem bright and cheeiful,
dness Is gone
hlng Is lovoly
tlLD'S SIZE RIVERS
ny," said she, beginning wifH
faced youngster, "what is the jit
' tho "principal rier in Egypt? "(another hits the coiling?
Nile," was tho rejoinder ofj
fit's right," returned the teacher,
agingly. "Now please give me
unes of tho Nile's smaller trilni-
Miss Mary,' answered
21,076 FORDS SOLD IN SEPTEMBER;
Tlio Ford Motor Co., announces that in tho month of
Septombor there wcro sold and delivered 21,070 Ford cars.
This was a gain of 11,170 cars over September 1013. This
fs blgnlflcnnt not only because, it shows that tho Ford
production in rapidly being increased' to in6ot the stu
pendous (nflux of orders, but also becauso it demonstrates
that tho Ford Motor Company is maintaining the 300,000
car-schedule noccssary to glvo Ford purchasers between
August 1st, 1014 and August 1st, 101D, a share of Ford
We have Just received a car-load of tho new 1910
models, and can glvo you immodtato delivery. Thnro'B
nbthlng to gain by waiting, so order now aud enjoy your
car 'this fall and wlntor.
CENTRAL GARAGE CO., 112-116 Market St.
NINTH DISTRICT MEETING
fllasou County Toachors Arranging to
Attend Groat Educational Gather
lug at Mt. Sterling, No
County teachers mot Saturday and ar
ranged to nttond the meetings of the
Ninth District Kducatiotinl Association
nt Mt. Sterling, November 1!, 20, 21.
Miss Vnueoy is President of tho
Association and she announced that th
railroads had granted a reduced rate
of H.50 round trip. Teachers a
trustees may leave Maysvillo on the
:i:.'IJi p. m., train Thursdny and reach
Mt. Sterling in tlmo to hear President
M. H. Adams of Georgetown College,
and Dr. W. L. Helper, Registrar of
Tho program has been carefully pre
pared and the school people should do
rie much benefit from tho addresses
and conferences with such educators n
T. J. Coates, Mcllenry Rlioads .1. T.
Noe, .lames Speed and others.
1'ive years ago when the Commercial
(Mul) of lioulsvillu called n Rural School
Conference they asked Dr. .1 O. Kggles
ton, President of tho . irginia Polvtec
nic Institute, then State Superintenden
of Public Instruction to address the
conference. The consolidation of rural
schools is directly traceable to tin
meeting. Dr. Egglcston will fpeak Prl
day e cuing.
The exhibit feature in the basement
of the High School Huilding will be
well worth seeiug. The state Board
of Health, 'Richmond Normal School,
and Traveling Library Commission will
have exhibits. Hundreds of Farmers'
Hulletiiis and educational material of
nil kinds will be distributed.
Miss Yancey urged each teacher t
endeaer to take :i trustee, ns he is the
most potent factor in tho educational
Many schools will make an offering a'
Thanksgiving to the Mason iountj
Health League, and the plan lnnuguf
ated at the Washington school of each
pupil giving a penny a week, and as
much more as they can, for the Visiting
Nure Work uns decided a most excel
lent plan and will be adopted by other
Miss Yancey stated that main
teachers had not sent the report ol
pupils' examination and asked that this
lie attended to nt once.
Kneli teacher was presented with nn
"Arbor and 'Bird Day" book issued
by the Department of Education.
Meeting adjourned to meet next Sat
urday at 11 a. in.
A poet and seer of the enchanted city
of Charleston thus portraits the agricul
tuial situation in the South in verse:
' 'Coin in the crib
Pat on the rib,
Skin and bone."
? ? . . !! i ! ! ! ! ! I
.J. FOOLISH PHILOSOPHY. .J.
(lond luck beats the best strategy.
Another good way to reduce super
ilous llesli is to live at a lestaitrant on
.'10 cents a day.
Pay as you go and people will be
glad to see you come back.
All the heroes haven't medals.
Some of them have receipted bills.
The world is brighter because no man
can havo happiness and be stingy with
Tlio man who is his own worst 'iiemy
is a paradox, for he thereby goes back
oi, his best friend.
As a general thing when a man de
clares loudly that the best Is none too
good for him, it is.
Another thing if it is thiu that all
men are boin free and equal, why is
that one man hits tho bull's-eye and
Personally, if wo were Nature we
should hate for some poets to get neat
No idea is good if it won't work.
.Sometimes n women is so hard up fo.
"nmcthiug to boast of that she will brag
on a husband who thinks this country
is heided for the bow wows.
lilhl Is a story
of growth and change-j-
A ehnngo too gradual and subtle for
oven tho wntchful eye of a mother to
detect, or for memory to recall.
Only in pictures can the story to told,
and n record of the childish features
and expressions kept for all time
A good photograph now and then,
will mean everything to you and to
them, in after years.
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
Stock in several Ohio and West Vir
ginia coal mines was taken from tho
New York Central and Chesapeake
& Ohio railroads by a Federal court
Tho stdry of ovory
THE HOUSE ? QUALITY
PRTPP ADULTS-"-: 10c
1 IVlJiJ CHILDREN So
Mr. mid Mrs. Levi Cintorberry of
Or.iyson, Ky.f nre visiting at the home
ol their daughter, Mrs. A. V. Pelts, in
WOMANS GUILD TO MEET.
The Womnn's Ouild of tiic Episcopal
Church will meet Tuesday afternoon
,it .'I o'clock with Mrs. W. (f. Lewis,
in West Third street.
MEETING OF THE SETTLEMENT
The regular meeting of th Settle
ment Club will be held this afternoon
at :i:lfi at the City Mission rooms.
All members are urged to be piespnt
as final arrangements are to be made
for tho Tea to be given Wednesday
CITY PENSIONERS PAID.
The :Mays illo City Council probably
got ashamed of its action in with
drawing the small pensions allowed
monthly to the aged and infirm of the
city, and S.ittirdny the pensions wen
made out by the City Clerk and paid
by tho City Treasurer.
"The poor we. hao alw.is with us,"
and WH MIVST aid them.
OHIO DRYS CARRIED 71 COUNTIES.
Columbus. According to flume of
the drys, prohibition received a ma
jont in 71 of the SS counties in Ohio.
Of the 71 counties to ote dry, -2S were
wet under the present licence system
Two of the dry counties Miami ami
i.arren voted against prohibition. The
prohibitionists point out that but for
tho massed wet vote of- Hamilton and
Cuyahoga counties tlio whole htite
would have gone dry.
.J. .J. J. . J J .J. J J..T.J. .J J J T !
.$. BITS OF BY-PLAY. .J.
.j. j j j i- j j jj.j j i i- --
You Know Him.
Onbe That fellow Drown is a lazy
cuss, isn't hot
Steve He isn't lazy, lie has spring
fever all year round.
Straight and Crooked.
My son, bowaro all vile intent,
And livo right on tho level;
J'or, If you aro on mischief bent,
Yon Ml go straight to the devil.
Paw Knows Everything,
Willie I'aw, what is tho
mouthing of a demagogue I
Paw Tho argument advanced b thr
other candidate, my sou.
Willie And what is a convincing nr
guincnt I'aw The ono advanced by our can
didate, my sou.
FAIR TODAY AND CONTINUED
The rain Sunday morning wig nc
compauied by n little snow and quite
a cool wind.
HAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
ii o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old Ileus .- 0c
Old boosters 7o
Young turkoys 12a
Fat Ducks .10o
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. Hog receipts
:i,0()0j market steady; packers and
butchers ifi7.107.tO; common to ehoieo
$5.007.00; gfnga V,.500.25.N O-ittlo
receipts -I00i, market steady; steors $5
7,S5; cnlvtajsttjady.' ,flboop epeipts
- Tho Union babel Trades "opart- U1T nUll DDflU DITinil WHHMBMB
o union Liauci 'J roues uopari-
mant of tho American Federation of
Labor passed n resolution supporting
tho brewery workers in their fight
MY CHUM" WEEK
The first of tho "Win !My Chum
services was held last evening nt the
Third Street M. H. Church, and not
withstanding! tho inclemency of tho
weather, a good crowd was prcsont.
Miss Virginia Mao Html wns tlio 'eader
and she'spoko on tho sulyCct of", "Get
ting Rid . of Our Handicaps." Ih'r
talk was soil-stirring and wo quite
fitting for tlio opening of this series
of meetings,. -Special-music wns ren
dered by if sextette.
Prof. T. .1. Curroy will bo the lender
this evening and he will speak on tlio
subject of "Am T Disappointing My
Parents? or God""
There will be special music by Misses
Carrie and Lillian Muse. '
I 1 I HH IIIHaVI rHIininillllfl I - . nnaEaHinHMMMMMMmHHmHMMMniinli
5C PASTIME 5
4 BIG REELS TODAY
Mrs. Kate Cook has returned home
from a isit to reluthcs at Flemings
Mr. (!ity Hrosco, who has been visit
ing at the homo of W. H. Smith, has
returned to his home in Washington,
CORRECT: STAND UP I
Teacher John, give mo a sentence
containing tho word "notwithstand
ing." John Tile man's trousers were worn
out, not with standing.
ltAfsw- iju fhW4
There's a reason for the bin
demand for our roofing in
spite of the European war. It
is because we combine in our
products the two great essen
tials thai guide consumers in
the choice of their goods
highest quality and reason
Quality rfj Durability
CerMlied KOOilllg Guaran.
is our leader; it represents the last
Word in the manufacture of mod
ern, scientific roofing; its quality
is the very highest that can be
made anywhere in the world, and
it is sold at a reasonable price.
If you lme to be shown, remember we
lack up oir statements by a regular
guarantee in writing that 1-ply will last
5 years, 2 ply 10 years, and 3-ply 15
years, ana tint wc sranu oeninu mis
juar.mtcc witn tne Diggest roonng anu
luilduig paper mills in the world.
XiITTUl XS2XT III BIO JOBS.
One of tlio great criticisms of
tho American Government la that
political olllccn nro too frequent
ly tilled by Inferior men, whoso
character nnd capacity do not
vropeily nt them for the busi
ness of passing Just nnd wise
liiws. The so men creep Into
Cot -;re33 rrd tho Htnto LcKlsla
turcs by "playllu? to the Rallery"
tor oi;s n"d pipularlty, nnd In
stead ot holplnir to pass Rood
laws for tho fjreatet Rood of tho
Krtatiiit 111 ml cr cf peiplc, neck
mciely to advanco their personal
power n.i 1 picnt'po by ndvocat
Inp laws th.'tlpnore fundamental
jirTucl)le3 of bii Inens nnd nro
econoinlcally uiumunil nnd do
Htructivo n tludr eToct on every
body. t"u 3 UiJlnlatlon Is Riven
In re tut 11 for political dubts, nnd
special liws uio urifcd favorlnre
tiolitical henchmen or "pork bar
rel" contractors at home. Such
men may pain some temporary
advnntaRO but nro nlways dis
covered nnd eventually retired.
ThoHO who havo inndo lonp, hon
orable rceords In publlo llro wero
nbovo this typo.
Economic conditions adjust
thomsclvcs undor most nny kind
ot laws, and In tho loup run, tho
order of thlnrs Is bound to
cquiillro in nomo form of nwiunru
deal. Class leelslation always re
acts on tho people who aro sup
posod to bcnollt by It.
Vhnt wo need In our legisla
tive halls Is a class of men who
do not took to ndvnnco micclal
Intorosts or wlio do not seek too
inuih porsonal prestlRe, men
who nro lovol-hcndcd, honost and
unprejudiced on nny social, polit
ical 01' economic question, famil
iar with tho fundamental princi
ples of business nnd Industry and
nre wllllnir to worlc for favors
toward 110110 and a, square deal
Cerlaln-tced Roofing is sold by dealers
ever) where at reasonable prices. He
sure your roofings arc made and guar
anteed by us.
General Roofing Mfg. Company
II ut Wt litm"l mrmvflirf arm of Itoafing
and lluiltllmi fuytr
TUrd NoUonal Bank Bld St Ltt, K.
NtwYatkCHr tWa CUtt PiHtUrfh
rk,liJJ,U AUtaU CknluJ B(rk
S.LmI CialkaM KaaauCJty . MiHMMt
I Staff Mtb 34M UUm
CAMPAIGN IN KENTUCKY
Anti-Saloon Leaguo To Sond Noted
Spoalcors Horo For Wook of No-
Washington. Nov. 7. Tho Anti
" 7 - .
Saloon Leaguo announced yosterday.
that it will devote the week of Novem
ber 2.J to a special campaign in Ken
tucky. It is planning to send the fol i
lowing speakers into that State in an
elTort to stimulate enthusiasm regard
ing nution-wido prohibition: Frederick
Laiidis, former Gov. Robert Glenn, of
North Carolina; tho Rev. Samuel Small,
Representative R. P. ilouson, tlio i(ev.
Dr. II. II. Russell, K. C. Dinwiddle, the'
Hcv. P. A. Baker, Dr, A. C. Pane and '
K. H. Ohcrrington.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Campbell of ij
Nicholnsville, aro tho guests of their j
son, Rev. W. H. Campbell, pastor ollj
the First M. K. Church, South.
MESSRS. SHUBERT-BRADY PRESENT
"The Man of the Hour"
IN FIVE PARTS Featurig MR. ROBERT WARWICK. The Same Cast of Stars
That Appeared in 'THE DOLLAR MARK. '
lft-TWO BIG FAT THANKSGIVING TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS AFTER FIRST SHOrrfl
rotW'D A small sum of money. Call
ut Harklcy's Shoo Store and prove
WAXTivD To hire out by tho week, or
washing to do. Mary .1. Owens, 1113
Mitchell avenue, Maysvillo, Ky .
SALESMEN WANTED to advertise
cigars. Easy work. Earn $90 month
ly aud all traveling expenses. Ex
perience unnecessary. Also handle
popular cigarettes and tobaccj
Noreno Cigar Co., New York, N. Y.
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery to
fricuds and neighbors; 70 per cent
profit. Make $10 difTly. Experience
unnecessary. International Mill.,
Hox 102!), West Philadelphia, Pa
POtt KENT Furnished flat of three
rooms; water gas and bath. Appls
to Mrs. 1M. Eitel, HUM; Market
street. 0 (It
IOR ..-.. T Pour rooms, $S.OO per
month, Mrs. Susan Nicholson, SOS
Limestone .street.' (lilt
POU HKNT The. I). M. Curry resi
dence iu East Second street. Appl,
to Tlios. L. Ewan t Co. 0-:il
TOU KENT IIouso of fivu rooms, with
gas. Ajply at 011 E. Second street.
POU KENT Flat at corner Third and
Eridgo street. Apply to M. J.
POtt KENT FURNISHED KOOMS
Two furnished front rooms with bath
room in connection. Will bo rented
either singly or double. Apply to
Mrs. J. P. Nash, 207 West Second
FOR SALE Three-horee power "Feiro
Special" Marino Engine, in good
condition. Apply to George Dulej.
nt the National Pool Room. ! ."It
FOR SALE j. our-room cottage 011
OInrk street, with two lots and
stable for four horses; coal house,
largo cistern, electric lights. A bar
gain if scJd at once. Price $850.00
Thos L. Ewan & Co. 0 lit
FOR SALE White Plymouth Rock
Cockerels. Puro bred, lino bred reg
istcred iu White Rock Club, $1.00
each." Miss Davis, Taylor's Mill
Road, Route 5. 5 Ot
FOR SALE Residence, sovou largo
rooms, two halls, two porches, 111 oiler 11
equipped bath room, plenty of closets,
gas, water, etc., lights. Everything
In model repair. Lot ft) feet front,
ovor 100 feet deep; plenty of trees;
garago nnd outbuildings. Good resi
dence section. T. (1. Gil.nore, Slo E
Second street. 3-Gt
LOST Hunch of keys. Return to
Noah .lohnson, Janitor, First Na
tional Hunk Iluildiug. 7-lw
LOST A gold bar pin, betweou in)
homo nnd Peeor's drug store. Finder
please, roturn to Mrs, Pearco Mills,
AVest Third street, and rocclvo ro
LOST Prom Morz Ilros.' wagou on
Saturday or delivered at wrong ad
dress, a square linen luncheon cloth,
with inltinl "M" ombroldorod on It.
Finder pleaso return to Morz Bros.
LOST Hotween Mors Hros.' store ami
P. V. Wliecler'a shop, 0110 odd shoe,
for right foot. Number in lining is I
4H.!4. Pleaso return to Merz Hrbs.
LOST Package containing jmlr
Mens Slipa Vlth Merss Bros., brand
pit bor. l'lcaso roturn to this o(llc
l'lcaso roturn JO this onic
f Dress Goods
Bt flttracttoe Prices.
See tho lovely Plaids, Stripes, Novelty' Weaves. Many
cannot be bought elsewhere. So reasonable in price that
you cannot resist buying.
We have all the colors in Velvets, Corduroys, &c,
that are so fashionable and hard to get.
Silks in the newest styles.
Plaids, figured and Roman stripes, for trimmings
waists, Suits, &c.
Get your Gloves now. This tip is for you and will
save future worry.
R05ERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Flo Lawrence and Matt Moore in '
The Mysterious Mystery"
Victor Two Parts.
4 BIG REELS FOR 5 GTS.
Daiilmar Theodor, tho successful
1 evolutionary leader, has been elected
President of Haiti.
Federal Judge A. H. Anderson has
isiiied a temporary restraining ord'T en
joining street-car men in Indianapolis
lrom golns; on strike.
Undesirable fathorhood is a greater
menace than undcsirnhlo motherhood,
according to a speaker befoie th,
tiouiil Purity Congress.
I'ayineut of tho first stock install
nient 111 the Federal Reset ve banks
practicnll) has been completed. Oior
$10,000,000 has been paid in
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS !
Place jmir older with us now fur renewals 011
ihnso Mflgnzmes you are takiug by the year.
WE GIVE SPECIAL CLUB KATES. Ask
i'nr our catalogue ::::::::::
I1C MII7IC --SV,L-E'S PDPUliAB 0DK STdRE
Ut riUlilt 229 MARKET STRtEL
We Carry Ilia Largest Line of Slioet Music in Maysvillo.
The Future of the Town 1
depends on its improvements. These improvements H
may be had in the ! undreds of different ways.
You are all interested in this question and why?
Because it will improve your property. You are
primarily interested here. Then have your house
wired and then see how much more the house is
worth to you. If it is worth more to you it is
worth more to the prospective purchaser. This is
a foregone conclusion and
you let us prove it?
I ELECTRIC SHOP f
S 119 EAST THIRD STREET. PHONE 551. B
j attxittittiltsitstrxisssttitiiiisxrjisttstiiiiiiiii n
In war news and
nismngs you wane to De
g Now is .your chance to
diredl from the front.
have sent us the latest
J and Balmacaans. These have plenty of snap g
;h u and style in them. Just the thing for you bus-
51 1 iness men. Also, don't forget our shoes.
$ $ Look in our windows. They are bulletins
;S of the latest styles in men's clothes.
H H " """" " ""
J. WESLEY LEE,
THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
Francis X. Bushman in ''Master
aud Mongrel," and William Clif
ford and Marie Walcamp in
"Our Enemy's Spy."
Two big Three-Reel Features.
Admibsion 5c, 10c.
Among tho'e most seriously affected
b) the war are the actors and actresses
of Great Hiitain. Many are near star
. it ion.
Nevada Republicans claim the elec
tion of Pl.it t to the United States
Senate by fifteen majority, while the
Democrats say Newlands i.s l.lO votes
ahead. The ollici.il count is on .Nov
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
William Colemnn, nged SIJ, a black
smith, and Carrie Miles, aged 21, both
of Washington, were granted a mar
riage license hero Saturday and they
were married at Washington.
proven by figures. Will
clothing and general fur- g'
cL 1- l H
sure or me latest uuugb. h
get the newest fall styles & g
Hart, ScharTner & Marx
in Fall Suits, Overcoats
Secind anil Market Streets. g
. ' ' b i i
, ," I
I. ,t t
I I '-.I
nnd tecjiivo reward. ,t' . ,'li4iiii4i4i4444iii44i4i
J3 i ; Ti t ' .. - -TO.1.-IJ . V CT' 't . .t . ""Wi
Pu UBMBaHIKaB(lKWlu' '