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MAYSVILLE. O. THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
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wJHttl' CTTIki Public Ledger, locnllaml long fife tf&f&fotj)
B , Stanley steel hearings ood; report expoctod ($''' yW-a5
B Bboat May 15th. W (fi it$C It"3
FrAd lUrlff of Loutavilla was elected Grand
Regent of the Kentucky Grand Council, Royal
" A ..An ...in.
Ian't it about timo to take up the matter
of olllnc tho duitv atreeti? What 8 ay our
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Business sentiment contlouoa optimistic with
inclination to ignore labor disputes and politi
New conference between committee of rail
roads and engineers today believed will avert
. Two Boys Drown in Pond
John and Obert Lucas, 14 and 12 years old,
respectively, were drowned Tuosday afternoon
In what has always been considered an inof
fensive little pond near White Sulphur, Scott
county, while fishing.
Postmaster Whito Acquitted
Winchester, Kv., April lGth. The Jury In
the case of Postmaster John G. White, charged
with unlawfully, wilfully and maliciously beat-
Ins and broking his daughter, Miss Mary
White, found the defendant not t;uilty.
Rev. Garriott at Third Stroet M.
Ilov. E. R. Overley and family are spending
a week visiting relative and friends io
in Bracken county. The pulpit of the Third
Street M. E. Church will be filled next Sunday
by the Rev. W. 0. Garriott of the Germantown
v E. Church, South. Rev. Overley will in
turn fill the pulpit of Rev. Garrlott's Church
at that place. The prayer-meeting servico at
the Third Street U. E. Cburch on Thursday
evening will be led by J. H. Richardson.
TO CU11E A COLD IN ONE DAY
TWo LAXATIVE UROMO Quinine Taljloti
Druggists refund money ir it lulls to cure.
DROVE'S slcu&turt) ii ou each box. 25c
A VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES
A STORY OK Tin: CIRCIS
Tlin FIVE SENSES
tola's Promise '''eatumle
Let cNamara make your Sprint; Suit. 1
ropreieut E. W, I'rlce A Co. of Chicago, the
ilronneit line of muU-to mcature clotliua In the
r world at popular prlcei. Thuy apeolallze on aulti
made as yon want tbem from l.r to tiS. Otben
-nuit aik (30 to 0 for the lame, This Ii the
nlyhouieln the United Statei strong enough
aanalally tooontrol its own patttrns, thus at
rlng you against balng uniformed. Aslda fronj
eitapiei,Dotwopatterniallke Men,thlillne Is
repeater. Rtimember, we dry ulvan; others try.
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3t4ninr "Vfi' Ltratory
ol iDtereat to
-'is the 676 pace catalogue of
.Stanrfftt'd6 Plutnbinii Fixtures
(a work of art)
For the latest in plumbing fix-
Mures come in and see this book.
2 And then have us install what
you have selected.
"HANK S. NEWELL,
J Lr 1
WASHINGTON. Kcopers at tho Na
tlonul ZooloElcal park aro horror
stricken. Monkeys there aro doing
tho "turkey trost" and tho "grizzly
bear." Tho llttlo animals do tho
dances in tho most unapproved style.
Where tho monkeys discovered tho
danco is tho mystery that Is puzzling
tho keepers. Some bellovo that It
must have been danced In tho houso
by soifio enthusiast Othors contend
that it is the result of tho monkeys'
A discussion of tho way and man
ner they wero enabled to become fa
miliar with tho famous pastlmo Is not
so important as tho fact that they
wero actually caught In tho act. Steps
wore at onco taken by tho kcopers to
immediately put an end to tho per
formance, as tho antics of tho young
er monkeys mot with violent disap
proval on tho part of tho oldor ani
mals, thereby causing a noisy demon
stration. That tho monkeys wero indulging
in tho disfavored danco was discover-
Chief Justice Fuller Was Courteous
JUSTICE HARLAN and Chief Jus
tice Fuller wero riding homo ono
evening on tho back platform of n
car, preferring that to a seat in order
to smoke. Tho door of tho car was
open, and at intervals smoko from
their cigars drifted in. Noticing this,
tho conductor Informed them that
smoking was prohibited.
"nut," objected Justice Harlan, "tho
wind carries tho smoke to tho south
and wo aro traveling north."
"That's all right, mister; but them's
my orders," Insisted tho knight of tho
During the conversation Justice
Fuller had stepped down on tho car
step and hidden himself behind the
mammoth physique of his argumenta
tive friend. Ho was enjoying his cigar
to tho fullest extent.
"Orders aro orders, I know," con
tinued Justlco Harlan, determined to
convince tho conductor by logic of tho
folly of blind obedience; "but there
are cases where a law coerclvo at
one time may at another bo void. Al
low mo to clto a certain case in our
common law statute book"
"I take my orders from tho supo,
and I don't care about no lawl" per
sisted tho conductor stubbornly,
Tho car had turned into Fifteenth
Btreet by this time.
Tho little chief Justice was Just
lighting his second cigar, entirely dis
interested in tho plea of his learned
Roughness in Reviving Is Not Assault
$wi rfe v
A CHARGE of assault, which had
been pending against William
Hart, a foreman In the employ of tho
Washington Gasoline company, was
dismissed by Judgo Pugh In polico
court the other day. Tho chargo
against Hart had a peculiar origin.
Ho was foreman of a gang of men
who wero working In tho gas mains in
Takoma Park this winter. December
7 12 of tho men wero overcome by
gas and several of them had narrow
escapes from death. Hart, with tho
assistance of Dr. Archibald L. Miller
and several citizens of Takoma, got
the men out of tho treneu and revived
all of them but ono.
Tho man was In such a serious con
dition from the effects of tho gas that
ho failed to respond to the methods
used, and Hart adopted strenuous
Scorns to Work
THERE Is a limited dlot In storo for
Marcellus Wilson, an Inmate of tho
Homo for tho Aged and Infirm, and
possibly expulsion from tho Institu
tion, If AVIIboii and Superintendent
William J. Fay do not adjust their dif
Exasperated by alleged ropcated re
fusals by Wilson to work, Superintend
ent Fay has brought tho matter to tho
attention of tho commissioners of tho
district, suggesting a limited diet and
confinement In a room as a means
of enforcing obedience. Tho commis
sioners have decided to Inform Mr.
Fay of tliolr support In tho Infliction of
proper discipline, and if Wilson does
not conform to tho rules and regula
tions he will bo ordered to loavo the
The caso is such an unusual one
that Superintendent! Fay Was In doubt
as to his authority to Inflict discipline,
In Mh att-J to tho district heads
littiutss -'tkat Wilson lwlV rugged
ed yesterday when a passing keeper
happened to seo Julius Caesar, tho
dean of tho monkey house, nnd Cleo
patia, tho fascinating, heart-breaking
first lady of monkeyland going
through tho lntrlcato steps of tho
He stopped, ho looked, nnd ho listen
ed. Tho faco of Julius, according to
tho keeper, waa lighted up with a grin
which seemed to denote n happiness
and n self-satisfaction that has been
strangely missing from the guests of
tho rustic mansion overlooking beau
tiful Hock creek over slnco the keep
era found it advisable to glvo them
cold-storago eggs in lieu of tho fresh
Tho keeper who discovered tho
monkey's dancing said that In a few
minutes tho entlro population of tho
monkeys' cago was swaying to tho
steps of tho danco. Ho said that It
seemed so lifelike that ho was almost
convinced that he hcaid Julius say to
Cleo, "Everybody's Doing It" and
"Roll Your Eyes, My Honey."
Tho two monkeys that have set tho
fashion, according to the "keeper, do
not scorn to approve of tho younger
monkeys indulging in it, and stopped
dancing In a vain endeavor to havo
them desist. This the youngsters re
fined to do, and tho wholo affair end
ed like a "Bowery ball."
"Now Just listen to tho logic of
what I am saying," continued Justice
Harlan, thoroughly warmed up to the
subject, tho moro so because his cigar
was out and ho saw no chance of re
lighting it. "A wind moving in n
southerly direction cannot jiosslbly
carry smoko north, can It?"
To all of which the harassed and
puzzled conductor tried to tin n a deaf
ear. Ho sought refugo In a superior
sort of silence, since the Justice was
too largo a man to make a personal
encounter entirely safe.
As the car reached their destina
tion, Just abovo U street on Four
teenth, both men alighted. Chief Jus
tlco Fuller stepped down from the
car and gravely offered Justice Har
lan tho stump of his cigar as a light
er. It was his third! To his credit,
though, ho did not smllo nor make
any referenco to that fact. Nor did
ho pass any opinion on tho case that
had Just been tried before him. Which
goes to show vhata truly courteous
gentleman tho late chief Justlco of the
United States really was.
means of bringing him around. He
i oiled tho man on tho ground, kicked
tho soles of his feet, thumped him
roughly on tho back and chest and
otherwise mistreated him, It is said,
with tho result of restoring conscious
ness and saving life.
Bystanders, including Dr. Miller,
who is a dentist at Takoma Park, ob
jected to Hart's manner of resuscitat
ing men overcome by gas, and the
assault chargo was filed. Hart entored
j. plea of not guilty and demanded a
After considerable delay tho case
was. called up, when Hart withdrew
his plea and demand for a Jjtlry trial,
and asked Judgo Pugh to dlsposo ol
tho caso at once. Hart explained that
tho method ho used was ono he had
used successfully in many other caBos
and that It has always been successful.
Tho court hold that If men who holp
resuscitate persons overcomo by
gas or almost drowned aro to bo pros
ecuted for tho necessarily rough treat
mont that must be administered a feel
lug of timidity will obtain, which may
result in the death of many who oth
erwise might bo icvived.
on Cobbler's Bench
hoalth, although botli legs .aro off at
tho kneo. Ho is 61 years old and Is
Bald to bo an export cobbler, but, ac
cording to tho head of tho Institution
In which ho Is given a home by tho
district, tho suggestion that he give
his timo and attention to tho mend
ing of shoes 1b recotved only with
scorn. Tho decision of the commis
sioners to enforce obedlenco on the
part pf Wilson with tho rules of the
houso was reached following a report
by George S. Wllsob. secretary of the
board of charities, Ntho says that hla
vnamesaKe nan oeano Mngiele
I Tne Modern V
flat Washable I
I Finish '"for
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FOR SALE BY
THE HENDR1CKS0N PAINT CO.
204-206 Sutton Street, Maysville, Ky.
THE DENITES No. 1
THE DENITES No. 2
And Ono Other Good Picture
gl ADMISSION 5 GENTS
Below is a list of letters remaining uncalled
for at the Maysville (Ky.) Postofflce for the
week ending April 17, 1912:
illgelow, Mr. and Mrs. J
Cartwrlght, II. J.
Fiter, He v. VI.
Fredor, Miss Oliie
Klines, Clinton L.
Mi barn, 3. G.
Bolder, 11. F.
Itelnhart, Rev. E. W.
Itice, Mrs, Carrie
WIjo, Mrs. Jennie
Ono cent due on each of above.
Persons calling for these letters will please
say that they are advertised.
Ci.auenck Mathews, Postmaster.
Several cases growing out ol "night
rider" charges were disposed of at the
session ol the United States Court at
Mammoth Oavo national park bill
will become a law in the short regular
session of Congress next winter, but
A manifesto issued by the President
ol tho Republic of China urges tho
five races to anialgamnto through in
termarriage. Miss Ellen cloud, of Hopkinsville,
was among eleven deaconesses set'npart
in ceremonies conducted by Bishop
Hendrix in Washington,
Daughters of tho American Revolu
tion opened their sessions in Washing
ton Monday, and during tho day wero
adressed by l'reeidont Tait.
An active campaign to save tho "lit
tle red brick" building on Statehouso
Square, erected in 1810, bai beef) un
dertaken by Frankfort ;itizens.i
An Ottcd county noman who is
dianinu a Federal pension as widow
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oi.ii umuu ouiuiPMiaa jpiniuu tor it
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MAYSVILLE KH1E NO. 1501, V. O. L
Maysville .I'.rlo No. 1561, F. O. i: will meet at
Wilson ItulldlDK, Socond street, this evoulug u
7:30o'clock. YUltlng Eagles luvlted.
JOIIM rtONAN, W. P.
William Klnsler, Secretary.
JUDQE FOR YOURSELF
WHICH IS BETTER-TRY AN EXPERIMENT
PROFIT BY A MAYSVILLE CITIZEN'S
Something new is an experiment.
Mnat be proved to be as represented.
The statement of a manufacturer is not
convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends U.
Now rupposing you had a bad back,
A lame, woak, or ochiog one,
Would you experiment on It?
You will road of so many so-called cures.
Endorsod by etraogors from far-away
It'd different whon the endorsement comes
Easy to prove local testimony. .
Read this case:
Henry GallenBtein, blacksmith, Poplar
street, Maysville, Ky., Bays: "Ooan's Kidnoy
Pills are tho best of kidney remedies. I have
used different kinds and no other has ever
equaled this. When my kidneys were out of
order I had pain in my back, I heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They en
tirely stopped the pains and my kidnevs be
came strong. The relief has been permanent."
For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents.
Fostor-Milburn Co , Buffalo, New York, aole
agents for the United Statoa.
Remember the name Doan's and take no
M. P. Uougblln, T. A. Hlgglns. C, A. S.atte
GQUGHUN & GO.
MAYSVIIiLK, KY. Fins Mvory In conneo
Doing It !
Doing what? Preparing for
summer, so put your order In
NOW for an Electric Fan before
the rush opens up.
G. A. HILL & BR0.,
119 E. Third Street.
Dr.P. G. SMOOT
Second Floor Masonic Temple,
Corner Third and Market Sis.
Residence No. 131 E. Third itnet 'Phone Mo, 3.
Special .Attention fa VUeatei
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat
omo Hoars v to it a. m, t to 0 p, m,.
Most people should tnko a Rood blood purlllcr itnd tonic in tho sprint;,
Tho blood fsapt to bo Indon with, polaonous InipurltlcH at tills timo ot tho
year. You feci languid and debilitated because every organ and tUsuo of tho
body la Infected with these poisons.
Is best for spring Ills. Itlch In blood
permanently strengthening In effects.
unci stomach troubles, general debility,
Money back If it fails.
Thos. J. Chenoweth,
Maysville, Ky. W
COMING TIME WHEN YOU WILL BE
So get the best. We can supply you with Beans
ot the following varieties; all good ones:
BUNCH BEAN8 StriiiBlesB, Rreen pod, Improved Valentine, Giant String
lesB, Golden Wax, Black Wax, Michigan White Wnx.
rOE BEANS- Kentucky Wonder, Burger's Stringltss, green pod, (white
Kentucky Wonder) Horticultural, King Horticultural, Lazy wife, Black
Kentucky Wonder, Cut Short and Red Cranberry. (New.)
BUSH LIMA or BUTTER BEANS Fordhook Buah Lima, Burpees Busk
Lima, Burpees Improved Buah, New Wonder Bush, and Henderson
POLE LIMA or BUTTER BEANS King Garden, Early Jpraey, Small
Sieva, Early Lcvinnihuu, Large White Limn, (Extra Large eie.)
No other seed house bar any better Beans, ami you won't tint the
above varieties in (he box seed.
Extra large ones, 25 cents per dozen.
O. P. DIETERSGM & BRW.
To Get Ready for That House Cleaning.;
If you are ready, look over the greatest assortment of
PINE FURNITURE. We will be pleased to show you, no
matter if ready to buy or not. Receiving every day new
goods at prices that are very tempting. Wo also handle tho
Caloric Fireless Cook Stove
Which will save from 65 to 75 per cent, of your fuel bill.
MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Phone 520. Sutton Street. Maysville, Ky.
Daylight Window Displays
Itis wonderfulflhow beautifulgand attractivewin
dow displays are kunder the pure white raysJof
ELECTRIC LIGHT I
A" well-dressed window properly illuminatod is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CQ.
THE BEST .WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES INITHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Wei don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind
whatever. If quality counts, if purity Is an object, if money
saving means anything to you, we should havo your trade.
MAIL 0RDERS.FRGMPTLY FILLED.
OJMI. TttOJMAS & CO
cleansing and building agents and
Skin eruptions, rheumatism, liver
etc., yield to thin remedy every time.
Cor. Socond and
THE REXALL STORE.
IS A GOOD
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