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"I lovo you, dear," tha youog rao cried,
With lovo my soul's atblrat "
"I know It Wlll,M the maiden alfibeJ.
"Oat please see mamma first."
"L're seen her," quoth the ardent swain,
lila eyea flashed love' brfht flame;
'Tve aeon your mamma, dsrllng, but
Move you just the same."
-May Be Sold to Individual Who Has
Knlo to Burn
It Is reported tbataajjudlvidoal with money
to barn la negotiating for tho purchase of the
Uayaville Glob of the Bluo Grata League.
It la said that $4,000 la about the figures
asked for the franchise, lease of the grouuds,
ownership of the grandstand, fences, etr.
MACHINE HAND !
OHIO RIVER LUMBEK CO.,
you are always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Keen Kutter Tools arc tempered for lasting edgea and once sharpened
stay sharp indefinitely. ... At
For the home they are ideal, doing better work wtlli less attention
than the ordinary lunteleba kinds.
A LOT of FINE
Over Encroachment of the C. and
0. on Her Main StreetThor-
oughfare Now Usoless
Spancer Hubbard, Dover ataunch old
colored veteran was Id Mayavllle yeBtetday and
made. The Public LedQke office Lis usual call.
Spencer baa a tale of woe about the way the
0,' and 0. la treating property owner along
the line of Second street lu that village, which
thoroughfare the road has practically monopo
lized and confiscated.
No people In the world bare been ao out-
ragoualy bunkoed aa have the fifty or more
property ownera on btth aides of the street
' , through Dorer now taken up by the C. and O.'a
'double track i.
The, tracka through the town have been
lelevated during tha past year until tha prop
rtyand hemea are practically worthless as
fregarda ingress and egreai over this particular
' INow It la said the road promises to cut tha
JaLftdo trees down along tLa atroet. It la also
aid that a widow woman who haa a nlc
ihema now practically rained by the high bank
a V. and 0. In front of It, declares the
tBnMfc' rrrrr & conrad.. TjWlr siiiiiiiiiiim . zz . TLLZr"-- --P
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output o coal during tho laBt few
yeara has mado the dealers push for
wider rnurkets, Wo are going to get
more trade yonr trade by giving
you a greater value tor your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE GOAL CO.
jS When needing dental work call on Cartmel
NBA It 3KCOND.
Wfeeia Your ToSs
h but the work o! a minute to sharpen a
chisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Ktrtter Grindstone.
Made of very carefully selected Bcrea grit
mounted on an extra braced tubular frame that
never sways or "wabbles." Ball bearings
and double tread make it run as easy as a
bicycle. With this grindstone and an outfit ol
will oae a shot guo on tho first emlesary of the
road who darea to injoro ber property?
Is ehe not justifiable?
Mr. Isaac Woodenrd of Dover was just alive
thla warning at 1) o'clock sod his death Is oqly
a question of a few hours.
LITTLE ARLIE DEAD
First Case of Infantile
Noted in Mnysville
The first and only case of thj so-called ''In
fantile paralysis" noted In the history of
medicine la Usysvllfe resulted In death tbla
morning at G o'clock, when Arlle, the thirteen
months old baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Huff Glnn
of East Second atmot passad away.
' Dr. Brand, the attending physician, declares
It to be genuine osse of Infantile paralysis,
the symptoma botog very pronounced.
The Glnn home has been quarantined by the
Board of Health, tbo school have been closed
to prevent tha malady from spreading and
every precaution taken to confine the disease
to one case, and so far this hi been success
ful. Funeral and Interment this afternoon.
n 10c a bottlo up. Our Olive trade is one of our
tl let us show you (ho biggest, beet lot you over atuv.
jeittz Pur Chlur Vines'
MAXSVILIiB, KT S ATUUDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 19 J a.
25 pounds SUGAR $1.50
CREAMERY BUTTER, per pound - - -- 30c
STAR CANS, per dozen 35c
MASON JARS. Quarts, per dozen - - - 60c
MASON JARS, Pints, per dozen - - - 50c
Peaches, Apples, Canteloupes, Water Melons All Fresh Daily
From Our Own Farm
The Quality Grocer. f fARTTQW
Masonic Temple Bltlg. ! V- VrlPJLrflOO
LUMBER and MILL WORK!
Tho best that can bo had, Co mo and inspect our slock
and tell us your requirements. It will lie pleasuro for
us to explain tho quality and suggest the bent for your
purpose. Wo will savo yon money. A trial and you will
be convinced. Our stock is comploto nud your order tilled
in haste. In tho hiart of the, citv.
THE MASON MUMMERS &.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. f Phone 519.
Agents for Dooring Machinery. fhlaysvillc, ISy.
A. A. MoTiAUailLlN. Ti. N. HKII AN.
Dexter Taylor, aged 30, a tenant on tbo
Jacob Faul farm at Pleasant ltldge, attempted
suicide this morning by taking Parla green, but
was eavod by timely work of physicians.
Despondency. A peculiar Incident la that he
resides on lip farm where Miss llesate Faul
killed herself with carbolic acid only ten
Mrs. America Alexander Fergu
son Appointed Kitchen and
She "Puts Dover, Mason County"
on the Map as the Original
Friday's Cincinnati Times-Star.
When Mrn. A. A. Ferguson, whose resldenco
la at the San Raphael fUta, U complimented
on receiving the highest average- at the civil
service excmlnatlon held recently for the po
sition of Cincinnati kitchen and roHtaurant In
spector, ahe emilea and says that she could
hardly do otherwise, coming from Kentucky'
spotless town. The "apotlena" city Is Dover,
Ky., a community of nbout 1.0C0 people, CO
miles Southeast of Cincinnati. According to
Mrs. Ferguson, wlion ehe was a little girl living
In the Kentucky town, long before club women
had taken up civic reform and municipal
housekeeping, the women of Dover, Ky., used
to collect brooms and buckote, also encb hus
bands belonging to the community aa bad not
made their timely escapo, and clean up the
streets of the village. "I do not think there
Is a cleaner town in tho world than Dovor or
better housekeepers anywhere. My grand
mother was coosldorod the moat skillful of
them all, so perhaps I have Inherited an in
atlnct for this kind of thing and that is why
I like it," said Mra. Ferguson.
Here are some of the questions included In
the Kitchen inspector' examination:
How can you tell when the Ice box Is too
Haw should a kitchen be ventilated and
What length of tlrao may variou) meats bo
kept without spoiling?
What contagious dlseaea would disqualify
a man or woman as wallet?
The new chief Inspector Is to be chosen
from the first three names on the list and It
Is considered probable that Mrs. Ferguson will
be selected fcr the position. Previous to her
marriage to the son of K. A. Ferguson,founder
of the Cincinnati Southern Hallway, Mrs.
Ferguson and her mother conducted a large
private hotel In Cincinnati. Since her bus
band's death she baa acted aa housekeeper of
a students' boarding house at Oxford.
The Editor of Tac Public Ledgkk can
vouch for the statement of Mrs. Ferguson, aa
they were both roared In Dover. Mrs. John
S. Golf the grandmothor of Mrs. America A.
Ferguson, whu died only a fow years ago, was
a foe to material dirt In every form. Even
her back poarch ahlned like a mahogany table.
She waa so scrupulously cloan about her home
that one feared to enter lest ha leave some
variety ot dirt objectionable to old lady Golf.
And cor daugbtor, Mrs. James Golf now
keeping tho same old borne Id aa neat and
particular aa was her raUbar.
Mra. America Aloxander Ferguson, spoken
of by tha Times-Star, Is the only daughtor of
the late A. J, W. Alexander, In his day one of
the wesltMcst sportsmen in the Ohio Valley.
. TUC FUUUC Ledoeu wishes Mrs. Ferguson
POWER & DAULT0N
jJ"Now Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Below Is a list of lottors remaining uncallod
for at tho Mnysvillo (Ky.) PostoUIco for the
woek ending Sejitt-mber -1, 1012:
Itoxall. 1. A.
Carpenter, Ur. Lite
Hgan, Mrs. James F.
Graly, Mips Jennlo
Jones, Mrf. Lillle
Kenuedy, MIsh Dertha
Kirk, Mrs. W. T.
Lowell, Mi's M.
Savage, J. L.
Ono cent due on encb of nbuva.
Persons calling for these letters will pleaso
say that they aro advertised.
Clakkncb Matiiiuvh, Postmaster.
Don't waste time and strength sewing when
you can buy such serviceable smart snappy little
dresses for so little. Percales and ginghams of as
sured quality with so many different trimming
touches you wonder how designers can evolve such
Our children's dresses Tange at present from 75c
to $zl but most of the pretty 50c frocks are on
the way and will be here in a few days.
Misses' Dreases in 12 to 17 year sizes, 75c to
$3,98. Women's tub frocks are $1 to $5.
Mr. Will Sharp and daughter, Miss Lulu
Sharp, of Sharpsburg were here several days
this week visiting lire. J. W. Elgin, and also
at the bedside of the former's sister, Mrs.
Rufus Knight of Bath county, who Is a patient
at Wilson Hospital.
howmg New Goods!
FIRST SHOWING OF
Fall Suits and Coats,
"Queen Quality" and "Regal" Shoes,
New Silks, New Dress Goods and Velvets!
As usual, the best dressers are the early buyers. Come in and
new styles. Our sales on Children's Dresses are immense. New
express. Some new Fall House Dresses have arrived.
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Tire corn la growing just as If it did not
know that this Is presidential yoar.
D. Hochlnger & Co. are displaying In their
East window a beautiful line of 1912 and '13
Fall Suits and Hats.
Now Coming in to Mason County
i Tobacco Growers From
Chocks for payment for tho final distribu
tion from tho 1909 pool ore being sent out
rapidly by the Burley Tobacco Society.
The counties to which the checks have boen
sent this wook are ns follows: Mason, Bracken,
Gallatin, Nicholas, Shelby, Boone, Campbell,
Oldham and Honry In Kontucky; Switzerland
county In Indiana and Brown county la Ohio.
The other checks are being made out as
rapidly as possible and will be mailed as soon
aa they are finished.
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Until the 15th of this month we con
tinue to sell choice of our light and
medium weight MEN'S AND YOUNG
MEN'S SUITS at
The price "FOR CASH;"
w? nortunitv to buv such celebrated suits as Hirsch-Wickwiie.Collefre Brand and Michaels,
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Stem for less money than you would have to pay lor much cheaper goods.
Just now there is quite a demand for TRUNKS and TRAVELING BAG?
See our display in the window. Inquire the price. The biggest stock in town.
D. HBCHINGER & CO.
H" -aw.' '',. , 71)1" v , t" -
ptrSmaVo Masonlnn nnd LaTosca, 5 cents
Miss Ethel McMillan has returned to Okla
homa City, Okie., where sho will resume ber
duties as teacher In tho city schools, after
spending the summer vacation with the family
of her father. Mr. J. J. McMillan at Dover.
Mrs. Mayme Hickman and daughter, Anna
Humphries, left Monday for Columbia, Missouri,
where tho former will resume her duties In
Christian College. Mrs. Sallle Jenkins, her
daughter, Julia, and son, Frank, expect to join
them there lator on.
iSMiaaa.ua n n
And Everything In
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
DINGER & FREUND
Death of Miss Mamio Qulnn
Miss Mamlo Qalon died at tha home of her
mother In Nowport last night at 10 o'clock.
She was a niece of Mike Qalnn of tbo county.
The remains will be brought here Monday
morning for burial nt Washington. Sho
leaves a mother, brother and three sisters and
wsb born In this county and was a member of
tho Catholic Church.
POUND BAR PURE
CASTILE SOAP: ::::::
Armour's Extra High Quality
Toilet Soap, While They Last
M. F. WILLIAMS &
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blacks and blues not included in
Now Is Your Chanco
To buy stock In the Forty-Seventh Series of
the Limestone Building Association. Books
now open for the eale of now shares.
See H. C. Sharp, Secretary or any of the
officers or directors.
Have just been unpacked. Popular prices 50cf 75cf
$1. No great change from spring styles, just a
touch here and there to make them new. Leather
bags have come nto their own again and will super
cede the fabric and crocheted bag for winter use.
The 1912-13 Suits
Are coming in daily. More than a hundred styles
are here now. Pretty warm weather to think ot
winter suits but wise women buy early because
alterations receive prompter attention than is possi
ble when the season's rush is on. Get your suit
now and be prepared for the first cool day.
September 17th Parole Day
At Frankfort the Prison Commission has
fixod Tuesday, September 17th, as parole day,
and all applications for parole will be passod
on that day.
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Rector Holding Roturns
Rev. James U, Fielding returned from bla
visit to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, yesterday
afternoon and will preach Sunday, both at
morning and evening services, at tbo Church
of the Nativity, where he hopea to greet all
tha members of his congregation. Rev.
Fielding enjoyed bla brief visit to bis Canadian
home Immensely and returns from hla outing
with renewed mental and physical vigor.
"Big Drugstore With
tho Littlo Prico."
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mJJ -m.0r - miHaii Miiiian
this sale. Here is the op-
Maysville's Leading Clothing and
Call For State Bank Reports
Fuankfort, Kv.September Gth State Bank
ing Commissioner T. J. Smith today issued a
call for reports on all State Banks as of Sep
tember 4th. This la the first call Issued under
the new bank examination law.
RED LETTER W"-
$1 worth Stamps
take a peep at the
arrivals with everW
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