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Cider Vinegar !
And the very best ol SPICES for pickling.
Demonstration National Biscuit Co.'s Goods Saturday.
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DINGER & FREW
LEADING RETAILERS,
MARKET STREET.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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"' PUBLIC Bit LEDGER '
BB gggjga MAYSVILLE, ICY., TUESDAY OCTOBER 1,1912.
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IIH Once on a time, long parsed away, , fTORa'foXsT! Tral
'nHIr - A elrl nsmod UanJ went iakl0R hay" !&$$&$ B$P JJmmM
SKl Her gown waa torn, bet feet were bare, KTAfHHMiBI
Vw Bat Hand had health and looks to spare. W.SSJfSk
VHt " XUad "PBDt a D,Rbt oat wllh tho bo0
li jHP He rode hts old nag down tho lane,
jf ., ; And muttered softly: "No'er again."
I " Ho lamped a rivulet that Ibwed
) In sparkling apirala 'cross the road,
And thought, exactly as he should,
The water ne'er had looked bo good.
He gazed at Maud; Maud stared at him;
Til true Maud had an ankle trim,
But 'twas not that which caught bla eye,
For take my tip, the Judge was dry.
Ha asked Maud if she didn't think
tihe ought to pass bim up a drink.
Uand, being of n gentle sort,
Scorned to be in contempt of Court,
So, kneeling down, she Qllod her cap,
And to the Jurist passed It up.
The Judge saye:"Tbankoe, Uaud.repeat it;"
Drank coven more, and then he boat it.
These are the fact?. The rest la "fudge;"
Maud didn't got stuck on the Judge.
He didn't want Maud for a wife;
In fact, he had one, large as life.
And often said, with accent grim,
One wife waa qiita enough for him.
Tbat guff about "It might have been,"
And "Saddest words of tongue or pen,"
Came from the Judge, who sadly said,
"I might have had a blggur boad,
My tongue is rusty and my pen
Shall soon record, 'Ne'er, ne'er againl "
C. H Musgrove.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
Wo have a large stock to select from ulitl the pi ices
are within your reach. Itemcmber wo carry all kiudw
of lumber and a big slock of rubber nnd asphalt
roofing. :::::::::
rHIO RIVER
UNION STRUCT,
In the Market For a
WHEAT DRILL
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perfect working discs, fitted with dust prool chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, ataqgard
K spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
' bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
rdirect pressure in icar of disc;
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable lor sowing grain
and where other drills cannot be operated. A seat in center
of drill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let
us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with the
names of a score ol satisfied users. One feature of our drill
that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all
other drills on the market is the '"Peoria Disc Shoe." You
won't find the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, tho
Peoria people have that featuro cinched and they are going to
hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre after this drill than any other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten
Fine Baling Wire
Mike Brown
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
It takea a tntbty little puih to start soma
men on tba downward path.
An old bachelor li a man who has rofralned
from making some woman unhappy.
The pessimist stays at home and walla for
It to rain while hit neighbors go to tho picnic.
Special Notice
Tba special Conclave of Mayavllle Command
ery No. 10, K. T., which was to bare been
; beld tbla (Tuesday) evening has been noces.
tarllr postponed until Thursday evonlng at 7
. m. P. 0. Euoot, Recorder.
-A. D. Cole. B. C.
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OLIVES OF ALL
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' Prices ranee from 10c a bottlo
hobbles, Como in and let ud r show
ffwMvx rurm
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho Bteady
output ot coal during tho last lew
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
yon a greater valuo lor your money.
You will never get out ol dobt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
IMIONR 1 13.
&&" When needing dental work call on Cartmel
StCDoughnutB baked freab every day, price
12i dozen, at TRAXBL'S UAKKRY.
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Divorce Cases
The following divorce cases were
docketed yesterday by Circuit Court
Clerk James 13. Key:
V. C. Kiff Pgainst Sabina Kiff.
The plaintiff charges abandonment.
America Stevens against William
SteveiiH. Drunkcuness and cruel
treatment is Iho allegation of tho
plaintiff.
LUMBEK CO.,
NBA It 3ECONI).
a feature we claim will make
in a Pall Stock of
A atltcb In time saves the asinine.
A little push Is sometimes belter than a big
poll.
Mr. James Slatlery of the county was ad
mltted last afternoon as a typhoid fever
patient to Wilson Hospital.
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The Theosophlcal Pith, Point Loma, Cal,
(KathorlneTlngley, Elltor) In Its current Is.
sues (Bogllsh and Spanish) scores a Joornal
Utlo triumph In Its being the only publication
la tho United States and probably In the whole
Western world to publish the latest portrait
ot the late Japanese Emperor, many loading
American journals have stated their Inability
to obtain .neb.
KINDS!
up. Our Olive trade is ona oi our
you tho biggost, beatjot you ever saw.
CMer ViMmgar.
.GEISEL & CONRAD.
Something Good
Heinz s Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz' s Celery Soup,
Meinz's Tomato Soup,
FOR SALE AT 20c ami 25c.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
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For Repairing Your Roof
Get our I'opUr Shingle, price (3 per thousand, or our Cypress Slitnglo. prloe $3 Si per
thousand. If vou wunt Composition roof we have the oxolus.ve ngenoy for tho Na
tional Rubber and thu National Sand Surface Price per square for tlia Rubber. tplv
fl.10. 2 Ply 11.45, 3 ply 11.75: the Sand Surface, 1 ply l X5. 2 ply (115, 3 ply tl.(U.
This Is the best composition roof wo have seen on tho market.
nnn tit mimo iiii i wrrvnir no use the best tnntrrlal that can bo had.
FOR PLANING MILL WORK When you an next In tho market call ami
Inspect our stock and you will Icavo your order.
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Incorporated.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Afjonts for Doorintj Machinery. Maysville, Ky.
A. A. McIiAUGHLlN. Xi.N. I1UIIAN.
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
dde6lory
"OhomovsLY noun"
Dame Rumor always talks In stsgo whlsporr.
Turtle soup this evening at 7 o'clock at
Frank Eitel's saloon.
CHARLES P. TRUNIBO
Wants $15,000 For the Loss of an
Eyo and Other Injuries
Another big suit was filed In the Uason Cir
cuit Court last evening. The stylo of the ac
tion is Charles P. Trumbo, against Watson
Company, incorporated.
On the 11th day of Juno last, plaintiff was
employed as a laborer for said defendant, and
was working under tbe direction ot Foreman
Georgo Williams. J
While ecgiged in unloading a car of gravel
near Cabin Creek he was seriously injured bj
carelessness on the part of said foreman, In
tbat ho struck a rod with a hammer, letting
looso lover that flsw up and struck defendant
in tho face, causing him to lose tba sight of
an eye, and being otherwise seriously injured,
and by roason of said injury, has been damaged
in the sum of $15,000. Wboreforo plaintiff
prays judgment for said amount and costs and
all proper relief.
Hon. A. D. Cola is attorney for plaintiff.
A HUNDRED PRESENT
At
Woman's Club Meotinrj Very
Excellent Program Much
Enjoyed
One hundred ladles were In attendance at
the meeting of tho Woman'd Club which was
held in the club rooms Saturday last.
Every evldenco ot a serious minded assem
bly of Maysvllle women who have Identified
themselves with this splendid movement to
study and aid in the probloms of the dsy.
Miss Jessie O. Yancey gave a synopsis .of
tbe rural school problems of this county,
which was met with hearty favor.
Miss Eleanor Wallace, in a most excellent
psper, presented the School Improvement
League Work.
Uiss Anna Uolmes, dramatic reador, inter-
spersed the program with humorous selections.
Her style Is particularly pleasing and her
work added much to the program.
Miss Margaret Murphy Impressed tbe audi
ence as n teacbor who really does things.
Her Interesting paper on "School Ilygtoue"
will appear In tomorrow's Ledger.
MAYSVILLE WOMEN
Make Grand Entre Into Pol
iticsRepublicans, Dem
ocrats and Bull
Moosers
For tho first time in tho history of
Mayavillo women entered the various
registering booths this morning and
went through tho ordeal, Bpartan-liko,
in mingling with tho sterner sex in
oxercisiug their newly-attained right
ol suffrage.
When one ot tho (air sex made her
nppearnncoin the booth the men right
fully and gallantly stepped aside and
gavo them their places in rotation.
In the Third Ward tho first thrco
women to register were Miss Amy
rhieter, Democrat, Mrs, H. 0. Sharp,
Republican, antt Mrs; Eugene M?rz,
Progressive. I , t ,'"""" '". "j A&' ' 1 t , f-H aim , , J. ", "'.Jk.
C CABLISH
POWER & DAULTON
CIGAR CO.
MAKKBS
MAYSVILLE, KY.
The Figglns family on the Keoton Station
pike ore all improving.
rNow is tho time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
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"Col." Alf Bowren Dead
"Colonol" Alfred Bovvren, years ago well
known through this whole section, died at Ms
bis home at Newport Friday, aged !)3 years.
Ho was n nativo of Winchester and for
many years was a salesman for Cincinnati
Pearl street bouses, where he made many
friend?.
He began as a tailor at Winchester, where
bis wit nnd gencrtl intolligocco gave bim entry
into the best socioty boforo the war.
His daughtor, Mrs. Jessie Uowren Caldwell,
was quite noted in Covington musical clrcloa
at one time.
Neither Extreme
Our garments are never extreme nor are they ever commonplace. They are distinctive, individual, modish
expressions of good taste. The handsome fabrics, beautiful patterns and different designs of our Coats and Suits
offer ideal opportunities for satisfying every taste. An immense stock of both Suits and Coats now ready for you.
A New Dress Shield
Of linen mesh meets the insistent demand for a ven
tilated shield. Its qualities of absorption and evapo
ration are perfect, thereby completely overcoming the
objection to the ordinary shields.
Two Sizes, 25c and 35c.
There is an attractiveness to the all-white waist that makes it a year-round stand-by. Women needing
fresh supplies wjll be delighted with these charming styles at $1.25. White voile in designs for every woman
whether she likes fluffy fullness or straight simple lines. Some with lovely embroidery, others with the daintiest
insets of lace.
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Another frost this morning, but o little
thine; like that don't count anymore.
Urs. Jennie Vicroy has moved from her
farm near Uoransburg and has taken up her
resldenco In the Dunbar property in Cherry
street, In tho roar of the Christian Church.
Coats
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One lady alter looking over our immense stock of
Coats and Suits, wanted to know 'if we left any Coats
and Suits in New York." Never such a stock of Coats
and Suits shown in this town. The prettiest and best
values that money will buy. Yes, we are busy, but
why shouldn't we be with such a stock?
SUITS, $12.50 to $35.
COATS, $5
WEATHER REPORT
FAIK TODAY AND TOMORROW.
Thero was a largo crowd In attondanao at
tho revival at tho First Daptist Church last
evening. The Pastor's subject was '"En
during Hardships As a Good Soldier of Josus
Christ." Tho subject this evening Is "Abra
ham's Sacrifice." Services begin promptly at
7 o'clock. Everyone cordially invitod.
Doath of Mr. Thomas E. Cain
Mr. Thomas E. Cain, formerly Principal of
the Dover Publlo Schools died last Thursday at
his home In tbat place, of consumption, aged
67 yoars.
He la survived by his wife, four sons: Frank,
Rollo, Husaell and ' and one daughter,
Mrs. H. J. Beacbley of Dover.
Tha funeral and Interment took place
Sunday afternoon at Dover.
Ooe son, Mr. Rollo Cain, the musician, is
well known In Uaysvllle.
mmJD- HEOHI2SraBR
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 UNO 1913
FALL STOCK
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desiro to say in this "Ad." iB, wo have provided (or tho needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for tho economical, $7.00 to $10. For thn more lavish dresser,
an excellent lino ol Suits, 1'tiro Worsted, Illue Serges included, $12 to $1G. For the young and would stay
young man an elegant line ot Suits, comprising tho newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Olothes are tho acme ot tho highest art productions $22.50 to P28.G0.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Boy 8chool 8uita at big reduction."
HECHINGER & CO.
u.im.l.kl.Tjm. " jg--t-'-Mia'jfcMi--.H .wl iM1iV.il.ml-. w 2TimJ13MI I
J. L. Kralzer has bongbt tho interest of bis
partner, D. A. Uateman, in tbe produce busi
ness conducted in Second street extension.
Txclusive styles in millinery now ready
for your inspection. Also a beautiful line of
embroidery materials. Anna D, Kino.
Waists ol Special Beauty
pa:"cr3srT'3
p&Smoke Uasonlan and La Tobcs, 5 cents
Tho Ladles Aid Socioty of the Christian
Church will meot Thursday aftornoon at 2:30
la the Sunday-school room of the churcb. All
members are urged to be present as business
ot importance is to bo transacted.
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Suits !
to $29. "
(BMBBHHHaaHHHniHaVPavHHaMiiVla
Big Real Estate Sale
Yesterday Thomas L. Ewau & Co.
Bold to 1'hilip Gallenstein and Miko
Walch 137 acres of the John D. Hoi
ton farm lying on the Hill Gity Turn
pike; consideration, $10,000. This is
considered one of tho best (arms in
Mason county.
They aleo sold for Hayes Morohouse
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo nro packing all our staple drugs In scaled boxes, which fis
sures you a strictly puro nnd frrsh product. Kpsoru Halts, Itochctlo
Halts, Alum, urmcriu. Cloves, Alsplcc, Cream Tartar, Pepper, Borlo
Acid and many moro too nntucrous to mention nro packed In scaled
cans. They never leak and glioiv up lino In your medlcliio chest.
Urs. Bland Kirk was reported better last
evening.
Mr. n. C. Pollllt and family have moved
from Vanceburg and taken up their residence
in this city, occupying a flat in the Harvey
Wells residence In East Third etreet.
Nor
ommon Place
Skirts for Stout and Slender
This season the designers have been more than
ordinarily kind in providing new and becoming Skirts
extra sizes. Also many pretty styles in regular sizes.
Both will be welcome to the woman who desires to
freshen her wardrobe. Serge and whipcord. Popular
prices $5.90 and $6.50.
Mr. Charles E. Diggers had bis string of fine
horeos at tbe Falmouth Fair last week and
captured several ribbons.
The farmers are slashing down tho corn by
the thousands of acres every day. Enormons
yield and tbe fodder Is fine.
HhMous
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SNQEMxWbJiiEN
We are the exclusive agents for the
famous Queen Quality Shoes.
We offer them to our trade because
we know they represent the very best in
women's footwear.
The shoes are renowned for their
style features, their wonderful fit and
famous flexibility,
Visit our shoe exhibit. A style for
every occasion. $3.50 to $5.
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a house and six acres ol land lying on
tho Fleming piko near tho city of
Maysville to Sarah Ballard; consider
ation, $800.
On October 16th Mr. W. II. Kobb will dls
pose of a large lot of live stock and farming
Implements. Ho baa some fino sheep, cattle
and horses that will bo sold at auction on that
day, as he tntonds to quit farming. See ad
vertisement in today's Ledger.
"Bin Oruastoro With
the Little PrlcQ."
& GCD.mmmn
Maysville's Leading Clothing
and
Shoo Shop.
Some Registration Facts
Polls open at G a. m.; closo at 0 p. m.
Women are allowed to register. -Remember
to save vour certificate.
You must register today In order to rote InV '
tne ran elections ana tne primary next year.
1912
Globe Stamps!
Coit you nottilnp, but
brine you lots of beauti
ful Rift I.
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