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LIC LEDGER
Kcrr iOjtnaT, xoimitt or July, TMWaiviNn
AMD CHRIST AS.
ffc P. CURfcAN, Editor and Publisher.
No. 40.
- Local and Long
-OUtance Telephone
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MATSV1LLK, KT.
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ALSO LOOK WHAT MAYSVILLE 'S GOTTA
CARRY.
And wo hnvo civic burdens ns woll ns pcrsonnl
ones to bear. Wc lmvo big tasks ahead of us to ac
coplisH this 1915, and it will take the ex
ercise o much patience, and generosity, and good
will and broadmindednoss to do them well. V e
have our school house to build; our library for
which" the women worked is to be made ; the town
ship hall we voted is to be erected; our street
repair work is to be completed! wo have to run our
electric light plant; to adapt ourselves again to
"wet" conditions. And each and every one of
these propositions has been bitterly opposed and
frtiifMih .mirl nvmmil. And now there remains the
W doing of things, and in tho doing, we must surely
l work with a single end in view.
i The "drys" must lay aside their disappointment
K and join with the "wets" in supporting tho hands
of those who have the school and' the library to
build and tho streets to repair; and the "wets"
will show the "drys" that it is possible to run
saloons that arc not hot-beds of vice and political
corruption. And Tom, Dick and llarry the butch
cr, the baker and the candlestick muker who feel
free to criticize the Mayor and Council on each and
every point, should realize that that much ma
ligned body has much to do and little to do it with.
Of all bodies they can well say: "Quit cher beller
in'. Look what I gotta carry. Look what we all
gotta carry." "Jack Random," in Ripley Bee.
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OPPOSITE STANDPOINTS.
Chicago has established the public dance and
9,000 people attended the first night. There was
one feature of it thus alluded to by the Herald:
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(" X11UIU WUIM ML ail BUtiiU nulla uuu iuiiuhiuuo,
j Probably some of them from either end of the
"social scale" were surprised to findthat those at
tho other end were so very much like themselves.
"Which is ant interesting and valuable discoevry
for all who njake it.
This feature of the affair is interesting. It is
not expected that classes in society will disappear,
but it would be well if they thought more of one
another and found that caste and wealth were poor
standards of merit. "When the lowly in life mix a
great deal with the upper crust, they are apt to
lose a great deal of their envy, especially if they
have any excellence of their own to go on. How
ever it may be questioned if a public dance is the
place to look for a true alternative. Ashland Independent.
HAD A REAL GRIEVANCE. '
"Sir. Thomas L. Walker, who was one of the
leading Bull Moose in tho state, but since the late
election is back in the O. O. P. for keeps, is sug
gested by the Lexington Leader as a possible can
dTdatc for Secretary of State on the Republican
ticket. "Well, wo won't kick. If there arc two men
in the state who had real grievances and should be
excused for a little irregularity, it is Thomas L.
"Walker of Lexington, and r. C. Balee of Guthrie,
on account of the way they were treated in post
o'ffico matters. But the man who did it is not now
in the lead in tho Republican party, and both are
back in the ranks." Glasgow Republican.
'TSYCHOLOGICAL SALUTE."
The proposal to appropriate 354,000 to meet
the expense which was incurred in sending troops
to Vera Cruz caused an outbreak on the part of
Mi Minority Leader Mann. "The troops Avere sent to
secure a salute that was never given," he said,
-ana 'now money is asiteu xor inai nan a minion
dollars for a psychological salute."
If you have any money to lose, bet it on General
V. Carranza.
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GREAT WASTE OF MOflEY,
A battleship edsta this nation $050,000 a year.
Think of that onough money to pay the expenses
of 1,000 country schools lor a year; and what else
it may pay for that would benefit the people, any
one can figure for himself. And then to think that
that battleship cost $12,000,000 to build, and that
it will last only about ten years, and so wo have it,
that one battleship practically wastes $1,050,000
every year, or $16,500,010 in the ten years while
waiting around for somelencmy to attack us, which
has never appeared for a century and never will for
centuries to come. Soniotlmes we think this grand
old republic has gone crazy, throwing away its
money in this shameful fashion. Ohio State Jour-"
mil.
THE HOBSON RESOLUTION.
The llohson resolution has fallen Gl vote's short
of the necessary two-thirds in the House. It is
dead, at least, for this session. That it will return
to plague another session and that its advocates
will seek to force it upon both parties in 1910 is
now a certainty to bo reckoned with. T.I10 fanat
icism, joined to political opportunism, that has
made a politicnl issue of a moral question, that has
increased drunkenness hud broken down respect
for law in practically every state in which it has
gained ascendancy, is not going to stop short until
the contry itself determines whether democracy ox
paternalism in its worst form is to control in the
government of the American people. Louisville
Tinies.
MORE THAN SIX THOUSAND FIRES.
The total number of tires during the season o
1914 which threatened the national forests, and
which had to'be handled by the protective organi
zation of the Forest Service, were 0,112, or about
1,000 more than occurred in 1910. This number
represents the fires reported up to December 1.
KNOWS RUMBLE OF PROSPERITY WAGON.
Hon. D. C. Edwards of London was in town. He
says the lumber business is dull and he does not
expect to ever see it at its best again until there is
a Republican President and a Republican House
and Senate doing business at the old stand. Lex
ington Leader.
Of 3G big sugar plantations in Louisi
ana 24 are in the hands of receivers and 12 in the
hands of sheriffs. Practically every sugar beet fac
tory in the country is closed and stands a silent
monument to Democratic incompetency.
And Mexico's ox-prcsidents know how to take
care of themselves.
THE DAILY NOVELETTE.
Gladys Spink's Profession.
Sho got them one by onp,
To Mild to liur collection,
Ami whctlii'r ehean or fine,
She oHVreil 110 objection.
Sho wis indeed n bear. He tried to ilirt, but she would
htio none of it. Demurely, with eyes straight ahend, she
tripped along in her decidedly well-litting Koppolin gown,
nn though unconscious of his presence on tho earth.
Suddenly n brilliant thoi.ght struck him so hard that he
reeled. Darting into a hnndkerehiof store, ho bought tho
best lady's handkerchief in the place. It cost him $1.4f,
though no 0110 would have guessed from the si?o of the
thing.
A block further on ho overtook her
"Pardon me,' ho said sweetly, "but you dropped youf
handkerchief. This one.'1
After a lightning glance, her eyes lighted up thank
fully, and sho took it from him.
"Oh, so I did!" sho cried, i'l thank you over so much!
So I did!"
Anil, thrusting tlio dollariforty-ninc-ccnts' worth into
her party box, sho walked away so rapidly that ho merely
said, "Xico weather," and gavo up tho chase.
Just beforo supper, in her own handkerchief store, she
turned her party box upsido down, and counted tho cou
tents twenty-six handkerchiefs, nil brand now and most
of them quito expensivo.
"A good day!" sho giggled. Louisville Times.
rmmMM&iMmiHmt
LEXINGTON IIBnALD PLACES
mailing: list on oash basis,
Rato of $5 Por Yoar Again Offered If
Paid By January t5, 1916 This
Offer Is Open Aliko To Old
and Now Subscribers.
On'Soptcmber 15 the Loxington llor
nld announced that from that dato its
mailing list would bo conducted on n
strictly cash In udvanco basis, all sub
scribers being discontinued on tho first
nnd fifteenth of each month wlo woro
not paid in advance. This prnctlco was
adhered to from that date, but on tho
loth of Dccombor it was decided by tho
Herald to contlnuo nil subscribers
whoso subscriptions expired between
Mint dato and tho loth of January to
tho last named date, t litis giving ample
timo for all who hnvo been in tho habit
of paying on tho first of tho year to do
so beforo tho expiration dato. They
also offer tho rato of $5 to ull of thoso
subscribers who will pay tho full year
in advance beforo January lo.
A daily newspaper was never a moro
weleomo visitor to a homo than it has
lieon for months past and as it will bo
for months to conic. Tho great war of
Europe, seems just in its beginning,
while trnublo seems again browing on
tho Mexicnu border. Tho markets, on
account of tho unsettled conditions
.ibro.ul and at home, contiuuo to vnry
constantly and a daily nowspaper is an
absolute necessity to tho farmer for
his protection.
A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY.
Ono Hundred Years Ago Today.
Itsll (leneral Jackson Tcpulsed an ad
vnnco of tho British at Chalmette
Plantation, on. the Mississippi rhcr, a
few miles below New Orleans.
Foity-Fivo Years Ago Today.
JMi! Tho town of Santa -Mauro, on 0110
of the Ionian Isles, was destroyed by
an earthquake.
Porty Years Ago Today.
187-1 Oorritt Smith, a noted anti-slavery
and prohibition advocate, who,
after tho war, joined with Horace
Greeley and Cornelius Vanderbilt in
signing tho bail bond of Jefferson
Davis, died in Now York. Horn in
Utica, X. Y., starch 0, 170".
Thirty-Five Years Ago Today,
IS7SI Tho Toy bridge at Dundee, Scot
land, the longest girder bridge in the
norld ,was partly destroyed by a gule
uli ilo a train was passing ocr it;
nearly 100 lies woro lost.
Twenty-Flvo Years Ago Today.
1S8H King Carlos of Portugal was en
throned.
Twenty Years Ago Today.
lMlt .lames O, Pair, Bonnnsrn million
aire, and former United States Sen
ntnr, died in San Prancisco. Dora in
Helfast, Ireland, December 3, 1831.
EX-SENATOR CHATfDLER NEARS
FOUR- SCORE.
Concord, X. H., December 23. Wil
liam U, Chandler, who was Secretary of
the Nay in President Arthur's cabinet
and for many years one of the Hepub
lieiin leaders in the Senate, entered
upon his eightieth year today. Mr.
Chandler is in tho enjoyment of good
health utul continues active in the prac
tieo of law.
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GFTS!
Prom tho jeweler's carry a charm thnt
is net found in goods from other shops.
A .few suggestions:
Bracolot Watchos, liavnlltores, Neck
Chains, Broochos, Mosli Bags, Party
Boxes, Lockets, Vanitios, "Toilet Sots,
Wfctchci Fobs, Coat Chains, Waidcnfar
Chains, Cuff Buttons, Icy-Hot Bottles,
Chafing Dishes, Poroulators, nnd a nico
assortmcr.Kof Cluster Diamond Rings.
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO
JEWELERS
PHONE 395.
ACCEPTABLE AND USEFUL
GIFTS
There is no more acceptable
or useful Christmas remembrance
than Perfume or Toilet Water if
you combine quality with attract
ive packages. This you will find
in our assortment of Perfumes.
We give you the best and most
popular odors in attractive holiday
dress at no advance in price. Do
not fail to see our goods before
completing your list of gifts.
DRUG
STORE,
PECOR'S
22 WEST SECOND STREET,
MAYSVILLE, KY.
Dr. TAULBEE
OFFICES
Suite 14
First National Bank Building,
Maysvllle, Ky.
MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO.
TRANSFER AND GENERAL
HAULING.
Wo mako a specialty of large contracts.
OUIco and barn East Front Street.
Phono 228.
JOHN W. PORTER.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Odico Thono 37. Homo Phono 90.
17 E. Second St., Maysvillc, Ky.
Cleanin
Sale
This Week at the N. Y. Store
Ladies Coats nnd Suits cheaper than ever.
Our Ladies' finest Coats bave been reduced to
almost half former prico.
Ladies' Waists
Samplrs 49c, and (,)8
Blankets and Comforts
Another lot of the $2 Blaukots'ut DSe. Do not
fail to got onn.
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
We havo too much and they must be sold.
NEW YORK STOPJ3 s" sr"
Proprietor
-PHOWE 571-
OOUGHLIN & COMPANY
LIVERY, FEED AND
SALE STABLE.
Undertakers,
Einbalmcrs.
Automobiles,
For Hire.
Phono 31.
EDWIN MATTHEWS
DENTIST
Suite i, First National Bank Building,
MAYSVILLE, KY.
Local and Long Distanco Phones:
Office No. 555. Residence No. 127
Xmas Gifts For Everyone
Morris Chairs
Rockers
Writing Desks
Mahogany Candle
Sticks
Mirrors
Pictures
Library Tables
Screens
Pedestals
And Many Other Useful and Suitable Gifts
MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Fucniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysvllle, Ky.
SPECIAL
A Cook Book With Each 24-Pound Bag of
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
For Sale at the Following Groceries:
SIXTH WARD (JROOER'Y CO. OOUQIILIN SISTERS.
T. O. OABLISH & SON. J. O. OABLISII & BRO.
F. T. RYDER. DINGER BROS.
W. A. TOLLE. GBISEL & CONRAD.
TnOS, BLANOHARD. MISS KATE MILLER,
CORYELL & DAVIS. IIENRY BIERLEY.
TRY A BAG AND SEE THE GLORIOUS RESULTS
&ventually
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR' ;
Why Not Now?!
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M. C. RUSSm'CQ.J
pfetrflHttart,
STRAIGHTF0R-
WARD TESTIMONY
Many Maysvllle Oltlzons Have Prontod
By It
If
you
barn backacho. urinary
troubles, days of diz2lnoss. headaches
or nervousness, strike at the seat of
tuo trouble. Thoso aro often the
symptoms of woak kidnoys and there
U grave danger in dolay. Doan's Kid
noy Pills aro especially prepared for
klilnoy ailments ate endorsed by
over 30,000 poople. Your neighbors
recommend this remedy havo proved
its morit in maay tosts, Maysvllle read
ers should tako fresh courago In the
straightforward testimony of a Mays
villa citizen.
Ilonry Gallonstoin, blacksmith, Pop
Ihr St., Maysville, Ky., says: "Doan's
Klilnov Pills aro tho best of kidney
remedios. I havo usOd different kinds
and no other has ovor equaled this
ono. When my kidnoys were out of
order n'.id I had pain in my back, 1
hoard of Doan'a Kidney Pills nnd used
tboni, They stopped tho pains und ny
kidneys bocame strong. Tho euro has
been permanent,"
Mr. Qallensteln Is only ono of many
Maysvlllo pooplo wko have gratefully
ouuorBCd Doan 'a El&noy PHIS. Jf your
back aches If your kidnoya bothur you
don't simply ak for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pilln,
tho same that Mr.Qallenttoln bad tho
remedy backed byiheme'tesUmsny, CO?
at atvvf Aanvt Aiput vv uwn.
LICENSE
NOTICE
ALL LICENSES EXPIRE DECEM
BER 3lst and becomo duo on January
1st of oach year, as follows, with pen
alty of 10 por cont. after February 1st,
l'Jlo, attached for non-compliaucc.
All who roquiro a licouso and fail to
tako them out beforo February 1st, will
bo prosecuted for doing business with
out a license
Dogi I loo
Auctioneers 5 CO
IUlllKTd, Tool and l'lgoon-hole Tables 25'CCI
ltowlluifandTooplnAlluyi 26 00
Shooting (Jailer)', per month 10 00
All Lite Insurance, Industrial or other
wise (0 00
Each emDlove who solicits 5 00
All Accident Ioiurauce Companies to 10
hire insurance. lor eaon company iu uu
Plate Glass Insurance Agents 20 00
Tornado Insurance Agents 10 OU
Clrous end-Menageries, per day Si 00
LeQtureSkOperas, Concerts and plays 3 00
Opera-houses - 100 00
I'ubllo Uancehouses, peryear .. 20 00
Dances, per night 6 '00
Skating HlnkS, per month. 10 00
Merry-go-rounds, etc., per day.................. 3 00
Wholesale tlciuor Dealers 100 00
Ageuoy for Wholesale Liquors 100 00
' Ilarroom LOW) 00
Druggists 7MXI
Merchants, retail Liquor License 500 00
Itinerant I'eddlers, temporary residents,
perday 15 00
Peddling from one-horse wagon f. 4 00
Peddling from tvo-horse wagon & 00
Kuot Peddler, stock ot !ess than 126, per day p 00
Foot Peddler, stock ot 126. per day 3 00
Storage o( Petroleum and other Oils, ex-
coeolng 6 barrels . 10 00
Petroleum, selling from one-horse wagon
either at wholesale or retail, to merchant
or consumers 6 00
Petroleum, selling from to-horse wagon,. 75 00
Cartor'Dray 3 00
Oue-horsu wagon , ......... 3 CO
Two-horH wagon , 6 00
Pour-horse wagon . 0 00
Astrologers and fortune Tellers, per day... 6 ou
Ulll Posters &"oo
Hoarding and rooming houses 10 00
Howie Knives, Slung Shots, lirass Knucks
and Dirk Knives - eOOO
Brokers.- . 10 00
urokers selling unlisted stocks, perday , 60 00
Coal mrrcbami, peryear 40OO
Muting picture theaters, per month 10 00
Cigarettes ,, i0 00
Kaiwg-nous.es.... - if uu
Hotels, under tl per day, per annum 25 00
Hotels, unaer i.mi per a ay, per annum
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
...General...
Practitioner
Second Floor Mnnonlc Temple,
Third nnd MiirketHlreetD.
Mnyavllln, Ky,
Niprliil Attention to IHmum- or the
r Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
Uttttlence, lii K Third Si. Ttltphont$
office st, rtsldtncel Office hourt, :o in n
a. m.; n to 4 p. w 7 to a p. m. SuuJjui
by appoint'i'ntomy
1 Small Places For Sale
We offer jou liere a couple of small
places that we will sell you, well worth
the money.
No. 1 Farm of! 1 acres, within (I miles
of Ma) s ille, has on it a six-room house,
tobacco and stock burn combined, ne
cesfaary outbuildings, fruit of every va
riety, something like throe hundred bit.
of peaches sold off this farm hibt jc.ir;
land is good and price is riyht if'J.ftOO
one-half cash.
No. 2 House and six acres of land,
coal house, hen house, blacksmith shop,
tobacco barn that will hold three acres
of tobacco, two good wells of water.
This place is located at the end of the
car line, adjoining the town A bargain
if sold nt once
Thos LEwan&Co
REAL ESTATE
LOAN AGENTS
MAYSVILLE, KY
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
FAKMKR9 and
TRADERS' HANK.
mmt Ltavt, Jtrrlv
t5 J5 a m 8 :30 pm
Jl:15pm.,. 0:r am
8 "is n ra.:lri o ra
.-.-,- All Daily Iivcept Sunday
Turn iartl cfllctiteSiituKi, October 18. 1911.
Q. 8. ELLIS, Agent.
l1i3KUJ
0 $sS)sa Chesapeake & Ohio
;f Railway.
-LM"rfMsf Sohedule effective Mav
s&
L'l.lBM Subjtct to change
wltnou notice.
TRAINS LKAVK MAYSVILLK, KY.
a$tirara
I HO p.m., 8.08 p. m.,'
10:47 p.m. aally.
9:'J0a. m., 5:SO p.m.,
8 p. m., week-days.
ft'etttnard
rt.3i a.m., 8:17 a.m.,
8:13 p. m.,dally
5:30 a. ra., 8:K! a. m
week-days local.
5 00 p.m.. dally, looal.
W. W. W1KOFH" Ant.
DR. E. Y. HIOKS
OSTEOPATH
HOURS 9:30; 12; 1:30; 4
2ICV2 Court Street Phone 104
Hotels, over f 1.(0 per day, per annum.
Junk Ships
i.aunurie
S&OOl
... WOOlsji
nn nor"
2O00
Livery rotables M .. 2500
Lunch Stands .. 10 00
I'ltols..... & UU
Playliijt Cards ,...... 10 00
Heal Estate Agents .,.., 1500
Restaurants 1000
Stallions lor breeding 10 0t
Scale on private property for compensa
tion . ...!.,... 1000
Scalts upon streets , ...,, S&.00
WHarllioat . . J0Q 00
AlrRuns.Cap lHstols, KxplosleCanat.any
explosive toy contrlvauce using J'erous.
slou. Uups, or Cannon Cracksrs more tnan
three Inolms long. -. -4-, v, 100 00
Second-hand Stores.., I... $5 00
Owners of drays,' carts awl Wagons aro required
by law to taoVtne tst?spn tul.'vehlolet 10 licensed.
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Look over the list if vou have forerottenl
some of your friends for Christmas; it is not too ; a
late now. j
Buy your Footwear and Rubber Goods atjj
our Bargain Store and save money.
We have everything in the shoe line for the )
entire family. !
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Rubber Jaoots, Felt JJoots, Overshoes and alls
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