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KAYSVILLB, KY., TUESDAY, ATOLL 9, 1912.
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THE VILLAGE TEST.
somes the champ with smile upon his map
To (am our erstwhile happiooea to woe;
ays eacb time be opens up his trap:
told you sor
'Vra I a buccaneer of ancient days
I'd shont the bloomln chump and let him go,
.0r bang blm to (he yardarm when he aayt:
&. "I told vou sol"
The Is a law which iay,"Thoa sbalt nut kill."
It Is not moet that human blood should flow:
That, that alone. Is why he ohestios still:
I told yon so!"
JFayelte county is to hnvo 10 model
EVSenlorolass play Friday night. Seats on
faale Tuesday at Williams' Drug Store, 25 and
0ne trial of Dlener'a Apple and Peach
, Brandies will convince yon that ho handles
'the best. Give him a call.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during the last few
years has made the dealers push (or
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo lor your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Cartmell extracts teeth without pain.
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS, BANANAS,
ORANGES, PINEAPPLES, STRAWBERRIES AND
J. C. CABLISH
WK HAVE A FOLIi MNI3 OP
$a$ft, Doors, flooring fZeiliiifl, Eutnber and Dl'$ Stock .
And moro to come. Our prices nro very low, considering; quality, nnrt. our
dolivcrles nro prompt to anywhere Inelrtu the city limits. Call and lot'u set
Zto lllason Cumber go.
Cor. Second and Limestone streets, ninysville. Kv.
A. A. MoIiATJOHTjlN. Ik N. DKIIAN.
Mrs. Harriot GooiIIob Cut
trom Armstrong .Estate
Plowing Time is Here and You Will Need
WANTED100 men and women to
stem tobacco. J. 1 Taylor Company.
Don't forget that we are agents for the cele
brated Oliver Chilled Flows, tbe byracuse Plows,
and have added this year the One-way Plow, which
is attracting a great deal of attention from the farm-
3 ers and finding ready buyers. Come in to see it.
Ask tor tickets when you buy.
The Square Deal Man.
Proprietor of the Store That Sells Everything
the Farmer Needs.
The Public Schools at Dorer and Sooth
Rlploy will close oo Friday. April 19th.
As ususl a big crowd from this city will at
tend the opening of the baseball aeason In
Mr. Thomas Walllogford and excellent fam
ily are moving to Cyothiana, Ky., to make
that place their futore home.
Lsst evening about 7:30, two C. and 0.
freight cars were derailed near the coal docks
Bast of the city, delaying traffic on the road
for about two hours. The wrecking train
from Concord arrived shortly after tbe Occi
dent and soon bad things in ship shape.
Praise Woll Deserved
Natavllle (Tenn.) Democrat.
One of tha pleasing foaturea of the groat
Educational Conforenco was the vocal nnra-
bera rendered by the student clasp. Monday
evening the Belmont chorus class, under the
direction of Miss Leila Wheoler, rendered
the beautiful chorus "Charily." The supurb
work of the students ellcltod rouodu of ap
plausnnd brought new laurels to Uelmont and
Miss Wheeler is a native of this city, where
sho has many relatives and friends.
"230 FOR TAFT1"
"Puro Applo and Peach Brandies,
quart $1 at Dtener's Place.
The summer etreet cars will be hero about
the first of Uay. Tbey are dandle, loo.
."Special: Grape Patterns 8Jc.
Crane & Siurcn.
Two great bargain days In wall paper,
12th and 13th this week, Friday and Saturday.
Come If you want bargains. Also Demonatra-
tlon on painta on the above date".
The Rydkb Paint Store.
Established Business For Sale
Having decided to retire from business, Mr.
Thomas Malono will, on Wedtosday. April
lOtb, at 10 a. m., on tbo promises, offer at
public aalo his entire livery and undertaking
cqulpmont, which Includes twenty fire head of
good horses nnd vehicles of every description.
He will also sell or rent to the highest bidder,
at same timo and place, bla fine livery barn
litre's a chance .'or profitable Investment.
Because sho was born between tho tlrao his
will was made in 1878 and tho time of her
uncle's death In 1881, tho Circuit Court at
Cincinnati, decided that Mr?. Harriet Goodloe
of Denver, Col., can not participate In the
eBtate of her uncle, tho lato James F. Arm
When ho died he left his estate to brolhors
and sisters, nieces and nephews, many of
whom were Uaysvllle residents, but in such a
way that it was tied up until they became of
legal age. Mrs. Goodloe, who la tbe wife of
a physician in Denver, loses by tbe decision,
which affirms tbe Common Pleas Court, an in
come of $0,000 a year and interest on between
$30,000 and $10,000.
DINGER & FREIIND
In the County Court yesterday and on
motion of Clerk J. J. 0enr, it was ordered
that P. M. Suit of the Sardis neighborhood be
appointed Deputy County Clerk, and ho qoali
fied as such by takirg the required oath.
the Oockot ot the Court
Appoals of Kentucky
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Frankfoht, Kr April 8th The Kentucky
Court of Appeals convened today for the Apr)!
term with 313 cases on docket. No opinions
will be delivered until Wednesday.
Couflhs, Colds and Throat Trouble Treated By the Use of
By doing so you get to the real cnuse. Used in cases of asthma,
coughs, colds and all bronchial trouble. Our stock of Atomizers is
the most complete in the city. Our prices and quality are interest
ing. From 50a to $2 for the best made Atomizers on the market.
M. F. WILLIAMS & GO. "B") VISE9
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Upon Comparing You Will Find Our Spring Suits and Coats
and Pants, Ranging in Price From $10 to $25,
the Best Values in Town.
A number ol patrons that have selected their spring togs during the week are loud
in their praise of what we are showing this season. Young men that wear our "College
Brand Clothes" will be noticed. Why don't "YOU" wear them? For the little ones we
have such n large variety ol colorings and fabrics thnt mothers will be delighted to make
their selections here. To top off the Suits we have the proper things in Hats and Caps.
As a matter of course you will want a pair of our Shoes to end the outfit. In Neck
wear, Shirts. Underwear, Hose. Hats, etc., you will find what your fancy irmy suggest.
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Maysvillo's Leading Clothing and
Mr. Joseph F. klartio, one of Maysvllle's
most worthy and enterprising citizens, has
sold his fnruiture repairing establishment at
Second and Wall, an 1 left Sunday to jiin bis
family on his Alberta, Canada, ranch. Soc
cers to him.
Prof. T. J Coatee, in charge of tbe Ken
lucky Rural Schools, will visit Maysville April
The trial of Annbtll Frazier, colorod, for
abootioK at William Dixie, colored, on tho
stroet with murderou Intent, begins today.
pffHandaomo bath room patterns 15c.
CltANE & SlIAFKR.
Thursday, April 11th
Senior ctasa play at Digh School. Reserved
seats at William' Dfcs Storf.
Ninth Kentucky District Lined Up
Thusly at Maysvillo Convention
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Un. Martha Vimont of MillersburR is visit-
In her daughter, aire. W. A. Muniing of
ilrs. Ciemmie Throckmorton returned home
last evening, after a pleasant visit with rela
tives lb Cincinnati.
- Mr. Charlea Zivelgart, law student at Ann
Arbor, Michigan, is spending the Easter hol
iday here with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Zwelgart of the West End.
Mr. Dan Miller, ex-Marshal of Ripley, 0.,
baa bought a half interest la tho saloon owned
by Cramer Fichler in North Market atrott.
Tbe Board of Education of Dellevue at its
lost meeting increased the salary of Superin
tendent W. P. King from $1,800 to $2,000
per year. Prof. King was formerly Principal
ot one of the Uayaville Schools.
Major William Rossor of West Front street,
who bas been In feeble health for some time
past, will leave jtomorrow for Martinsville,
lad., to recupsrato bis health.
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WAU matter jar publication moat tn
tuuuled In beftire 0 o'clock n. lu
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"Yesterday the Farmers' and Trad ra' Dank
filed attachment suit In the Mason Circuit
, Court against It. A. Gully and Dr. D. M. ale-
Gutre to recover $100 and Interest on a note
dated September Ctb, 1910.
Tbe Rer. George W, Cuntoa of tbe Greenup
Street Uetbodist Church, Covington, was tbo
recipient Saturday of a handsome diamond pin
jiven In honor of bis birth anniversary by the
Immigration Stewarts of the "World In Cin
cinnati," also a purse by the ladiea of hit cong.
rsgatton to defray hU expenses to, the next
Bar. Canton was former) Pastor of the
Third Streat Msthodiit Church, of this city.
Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock the
parsonsge of St. Patrlok's Church was the
scone ot a very pretty, though quiet wedding,
when Miss Catherine Devina became tbe bride
of Mr. Esker Waugb of Fresno, Csl. The im
pressive ceremony ot the Catholic Church
belog performed by Rev, Father P. M. Jones,
ifiia Device, tha bride, tbe accomplished and
boautiful daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. F. Devine,
looked radiant and cbarmiogln a blue traveling
suit, while the groom, in conventional, black,
was debonalr'and complaisant.
Tbo attendanta were Uiss Margaret Devine,
slater of tbe bride, and Mr. Bernard Cain ot
Huntington, W. Va.
Immediately following tho mremony Mr.
and Mrs. Waogh left over the C. and 0. for
their new home in Fresno, Cal., where tho
groom is one of that city's foremost youog
Tub Ledger joins their wido circle of
friends In extending best .wishes for a long
and happy life.
mo YOU WANT?-
The Republicans of this, tbe Ninth, Congres
sional District met at the Courthouse in Mays
ville thia morningat 10:30 o'clock and were
called to order by lion. J. U. Bennett, Chairman
ot tbe District Committee.
Following is tbe vote ot the 13 countiea con-
posing the district:'
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There is very little Roosevelt enthusiasm in
this district and tbe convention looks to be
about solid for Taft and it Is thought that the
230 votes ot the "Old Ninth" will go to tbo
Louisville convention tomorrow with a solid
Taft tag attached to them.
The District Committee was late In meeting
at the Central Hotel this morning, therefore
Tut: Ledger ia unable to name the convention
Wo really have remarkable values in this line. Home sowing
represents misplaced energy when you can clothe your children at
such prices as follow:
Good muslin with neatly hemstitched hem nnd groun of live
pinch tucks above. 2 to 12-year sizes, Co. Think ol hFive Cents,
Same sizes with lace-edged rullle 10c. Bloomer drawers with ribbon
run heading 19c. Drawers in 8 to 1-1-year sizes with three inch tucked
nnd hemstitched India linou rullle lCd Same sizes with rullle ot em
broidery and tucks above, 20c.
Muslin skirts with hemstitched hem attached to waists fastened
with patent buttons, sizes 2 to 0 years 12c. Same style and sizes
with ruflle trimmed in lace edge and inser.isn 15c.
Bkirtson band (without waist) tucked rullle, Sizes -1 to 10 years,
Slip-on gowns, low neck, short sleeven both lace trimmed with
ribbon threaded at neck. G to 14-year sizes. 35c and 39c according
Twenty-Five Cent Corset Covers
Discriminating women in buying inexpensive corset covers
want simple trimmings, for elaboration in low-priced covers is at the
sacrifice ol quality in fabric, laces and embroidery. We havo been
looking some time for corset covers to meet our requirement of
preltiness and service and nt the same time remain within the small
est price limit. We think we have found them, and we arc pretty
severe critics of our own efforts. Now we want yuur opinion as to
whether we are right in believing we have the very best values in
twenty-five cent corstt covers ever placed on this market. Como in
and let us know.
Children's Dresses 50c to $4
When we survey a stock of such variety with a view to advertise
it, we realize even the briefest word ot even half the styles is wholly
impossible within the confine) ol our ad space. We mention the
dear little white linene Blips at 50c trimmed in dainty colors for the 2
to 4-year olds. Or the pretty ginghams at 75c in 5 to 8-year sizes.
The while, blue or tan breted frocks at $1.25 for girls of 8 to 12. Tho
amnrt white middy suits at $3 50 with the snappy tucks of blue and
red lor the miss of 12 to 17. Yet we haven't even hinted at the possi
bilities ol tho stock. Wo just cannot cover such an assortment. The
only way to grap it is to Bee it. Come in and it you want to buy you
won't have to carry n heavy purse lor h little money goes a long way
among these low-priced dresses.
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William Marshall of Ripley, resigned as
seston of the Preabyterisn Church in that
city April 1st. He took tbe job April 1st,
1SG8 forty-four years ago. lie waa forced
to resign on account of old age.
j5Crane & Sbafer, Paints, oil and win
Two of the big German steamship lines are
planning, na soon as the Panama Canal Is
opened, to begin a special service of sblpi
between Europe and California.
Kuw York, April 8th Business improve
ment Is p'oceeding steadily, though conserva
tively, and there is a decidedly better feeling
in wholesale and retail linea of trade, despite
a seeming irregularity from good to bad conditions.
Good Globo Stamps Aro
Found at Good Stores
J. C. Catillih.
U, 0. Calhoun.
Sctiaizmanu'i CMrtu Store,
GLOBE STAMP CO..
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Mwmm Hi to send yo on ot SWfFT'B IJKKKIUM HAMS, We, luv cot
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Postmaster George U. Dickey of Cyntblana,
arrivod yesterday afternoon at tho head of tbo
Uarrlson county delegation to attond the Dis
trict convention here this mornlog. In tha
party were lion, llarry Balloy, Orie LeUus,
George Wellington), J, C. Sutberlln and
others, Judge Dennett of Greenup, Chairman
of the Dlstrlot Committee; arrived last night
and Hon. P. J, Pugh and the Vanceburg del
egation came down thia mornlog. Carlisle,
Flemingsburg, Mt. Olivet, Augusta, Drooks
ville and all tbe other towos In tho district are
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Matbowi will go to
Louisville tomorrow morning whero they will v'alt
Ur. and Mrs. 'A. 0. Shlnkle, and Mr. Mathews
will attend the big Etata Convention.
Attorney W.D.CoeWao and a good akj
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