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MAYSVILLE, KY WEDNESDAY, OOTbliEli 2, 1012.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
THE JNPALUBLK SYSTEM.
Ladles all, jour course Is plain,
If a spouse you wish to Rain.
Wbethsr yoa are fair or not
Yoa can change jnnr stooja lot;
You ueed neither wit nor pelf
Let him talk about blinself.
Soma folka say, "Ob, feed the brute,"
Others Bay, "Ue pert and cute;
Laughing at bla jokes In glee
. Is another recipe.
I'ut tnose mewoas on toe pneii
Let' him talk about himself.
Get htm in a corner whore
Yoa can draw him out for fair,
Then with wondering, downcast eyes,
Toll him he is Kreat and wis?,
'Worthy of such fame aod pelf
I Let hlo talk about himself.
Thus with great men and with small,
They will smile and swell and fall,
Snared like any foolish bird,
As yoa hang on every word.
So, to land him on tho ibtlf
Let him talk about himself.
' Miss Mary Troe, one of Dover's good women
was reported In a dylcg condition last night.
"A petition may be found at Taylor's In
Washington, asking a rote In the county on
the whlskt-question. Tho way to pot down
lawlessness It to put down its Instigator."
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the eteady
output of coal during the last few
yenrs has made the dealers push for
wider niarifcets, Wo aro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will nqvor pot out of debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Will Manage Mint Cola Plant
Mr. H. II. Williams of Birmingham, Ala ,
has arrived In our city to take the position as
manager of the Mint Cola plant on Sutton
street for the Uayevillo Syrup Company. Mr.
Williams is an export in his line and an ei
cellent gentleman. We welcome him to our
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a largo stock to select from and the prices
are within your reach, ltememher we carry nil kinds
ot lumber and a big sinek of rubber and asphalt
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
union STitr.irr, nkak skcond.
In the Market For a
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, staggard
spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in iear o disc; a leature we claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
aud where other drills cannot be operated. A sent 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 ol our drill
r that puts it in a class by itself aud makes it superior to all
;vl 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
h ' Peoria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
nang on co it. u you waut to Know wny we can grow more
'wurai iu wic acre aucr mis unit uuui tiny uuier wuu uiu same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten in a Full Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
. tIie square deal man
Helm's Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz' s Celery Soup,
Helnz's Tomato Soup.
FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
J. C. CABLISH
Tho Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our 1'opUr Shingle, vrlce S3 per llioiuand, or our Cypreu Shingle, price 8.1.25 per
thousand. It ou wutit n Composition toot we have the exolus.vn auttney for the Nit.
Iloiml Rubier Mid Mm National Sund Surface. I'rlca per square for Hid Rubber, l-plv
11.10. 2-ply 11.45, 3-ply (1.76; tho Sand Surfnoe, 1-ply 11.25. 2 ply tl.tS, 3-ply II. W.
This It Oio beat composition roof we have seen on tliu market.
UriD DI AWIWP Mil I VffrVV Jol,so ll' '' material that can b hail.
rUK r'L.AlNIINvj MILL, WUKlS. When you aro next In the market call and
luipeot our itock aud jou will leave your order.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Doering Machinery. Klaysvllle, Ky.
A. A. McIiAUOHIilN. Tj. N. ItKUAN.
FAIR TODAY AND WARMER:
It'a .understood that Mr. James Ford will
give op charge at the Catholic Cemetery at
Washington. He and his excellent family aro
noil liked there.
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POWER &. DAULTON
Cecil Dlckioo recelred a broken doib' la a
itreaootu game of football betveeo tbe High
fchool teami yesterday- afternoon.
Subject of Pastor IHaymoro's Sor-
mon Last NlflhtRev. Por-
At the First Daptist Church last nlKht the
Pastor, Iter. J. U. Haymore. preached to a
falr.s'zsd cooareatlon a heartaearchlog per
mon on "Abraham's Sacrifice." This was the
second of the ivies of sotmons that tbe
Pastor will preach each eyeoloK this week In
anticipation of and preparation for tbe great
.rerltal which Is tobegla la tbU church next
Monday night, conducted by Rev. Perryman,
ons of ths great Baptist preachers of tbe
' SerTioes begin at 7 o'clock. Everybody
Mr. William Davis continues dangerously ill
at his homo In Bast Second atreet, with slight
hopes for his recovery.
1,000 K. of P.'S
Inltatetl at Louisville and George
C.Carter New Chancellor
L.OU13VIM.E, KY , October Is. Thoutanda
of Fytbias from all puts ot tbe State are in
the Falls City attending the convention of the
Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythian, wh'cb was
called to ordr this morning at 9:30 o'clock, In
the Gait Route. George 0. Carter of Latonla
will be elected Grand Chancellor of Kentucky.
II & will succoed Harry Schoberth of Versailles,
who la presiding over the coorentloa, Tonight
a class of 1,000 initiates will be received Into
ths order, the largest number of Pythlans
ever Inillsted In the convention of tho Grand
MIVBS OF ALL KINDS!
Kt;, x;ricj rai'Ko rou Awe a oouio up, uur uitve waae ia one oi our
IU0UIUB8. vome id ana tec ua buow you tbe biggest, best lot you ever saw.
Hmlmx Farm Oht 1laamasAF.t
Statement of the Ownership,
of Public Ledger, publishod dally, at Maya
vlllc, Ky., (-icept Sunday) nqaired by the Act
of August 2-1, 1912.
Note. This statement Is to be made in
duplicate, both copies to bo delivered by tho
publisher to the postmaster, who will send one
copy to the Third Arslstant Postmaster Gen
eral (Division of Classification) Washington,
D. C, and retain the other in the files of the
Name of Editor, A. F. Curran.Uaysville.Ky.
Managing Editor, A. F. Curran, Maysville,
Husiness Manager, A. F. Curran, Maysville,
Publisher, A. F. Curran, Uayaville, Ky.
Oncer, A. F. Curran, Uayaville, Ky.
Known bondholders, mortgsgere, aod other
security holders, holdiog 1 per cent., or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other
securities: None. A. F. CURRAN.
Subscribed and sworn to b; me tbia 1st day
of October, 1912. It. H. Adaih.
Notary Public, Mason county, Ky.
My commltslon expires February 8;h, 1914.
Councilman John C. Everett Is In Cincinnati
How the Voters, Male and Female
Lined Up atlho Various Polling
Delow are tho results of tho regular regis
tration held yesterd By
Republican 47 40
Democrat 119 78
Progressive ..... G
Independent .... 11 45
Republican 11C 123
Democrat 115 95
Independent .... 9 15
Republican 50 C8
Democrat Ill 104
Independent 14 24
Republican 104 99
Democrat........ 132 125
Independent 17 27
Republican 120 113
Democrat 122 107
Independent .... 10 35 '
Republican 139 142
Democrat 93 94
Progressive .... 10
Independent .... 12 25
Total 1,450 1,322
The registration for this year compared
with the total registration ot last year, stands
Republican .'. G7G - 585
Democrat.... G92 G03
Independent.. Q4 171
Progressive . . Gl
Tbo following Is tho numbor of women who
exercised tbolr right of registering:
First Ward 1G
Second Ward . 39
Third Ward '...- 32
Fourth Ward. ... 65
Fifth Ward ....... 28
' Sixth Ward ','. ....... . ."',1G ."
Total.. rKS8EA,i ', 19Q
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J. N. Kehoo, President of tbo Standsrd
Bank, T. A. Keith, Vice-President of (he
First National Usnk, and U. C. Shao p, Cashier
of the State National are In Louisville attend
ing the Rankers' Asioclatlon meeting.
To Assist National Banks to Move
Washington, Oetobor 1'. Tho Treasury
will mako no deposits this fall with tbo Na
tional Ranks to faciliate tho movement of
crops. Assistant Secretary Railey, who re
turned from Dulliu, N. II., where ho con
ferred with Secretary UncVoagh, made that
announcement. He sail there was nothing to
indicate the necessity for such deposits.
In The Cincinnati Post last night tho wed
ding of Mr. Ones C. Walsh ot this city and
Mlsa Lutie II. Sweet of Cincinnati was announced.
Arbor Day, October 25th
Frankfort, Ky., October 1st. Superin.
tendent of Public Instruction Damlelt an
nounced that Governor McCreary had con
cluded to fix October 25th as Arbor Day. A
proclamation will bo issued liter and tbo day
will bo devoted to tree planting by the school
&3T When needing dental work call on Cartmel
Estrangemont Report Untrue
Frank and Everett Fox, brothers uf John
Fox, Jr., were In Lexington and stated that as
far as they knew there was absolutely no
truth In tbo roport of a separation or pro
spective dlvorco between the author and his
wife, Frllzl Scheff, the famous actress.
"Neither of us can say for sure concerning tbo
matter," said Frank Fox, "becsuso we do not
knbw that the report Is not true."
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo nro pricking all our staple drugs In scaled botes, wliloli fis
sures jou a strictly puro and frrslt product. Kpsoiu Halts, Kocticllo
Salts, Alum, ur merle. Cloves, Alsplcc. Cream Tartar, Pepper, Ilorlo
Acid and many more too numerous to mention am packed In scaled
cans. Tliey novcr leak and show up lino In your medlcliiu chest.
"Big Drugstore With
the Little Prlce.1'
M. F. WILLIAMS &
3D. HEOHINGER &j CO,
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 UNO 1913
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to any in this "Ad." is, wo have provided for tho needs
of the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, .$7.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
nn excellent lino of Suits, I'uro Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young nnd would stay
young man nn elegant lino of Suits, comprising tho newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are the acme of the highest art productions $22,50 to $28.50.
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.
"Boyg Hchool 8uitB at hig reduction. "
D. HECHINGER & CO. "i!!" and
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Mrs. Joseph II. Dodton returned yesterday
from a threo month's visit with her daughter,
Mh. C. E. Choate of Atlanta. Ga.
Policeman Thomas 11. Turnipseed and wife,
who have been flailing relatives In the county,
returned home to Cincinnati yesterday.
Train Wrecked and Burned
Nashville, Tenn., October 1st Two Pull
man sleeping cars, four day coaches and two
express cars broke away from a rapidly moving
Louisville & Nashville train near Elkmont,
Ala , early today, plunged down an embank
ment, then caught fire and burned, but every
passenger escaped death, and lets tnan u . ra
received minor Injuries. Express Messenger
Chilton, caught in tbe wreckage of bla car,
Neither Extreme Nor Common Place
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.
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.
Waists ot Special Beauty
There is an attractiveness to the all-white waist that makes it a year-round stand-by. Women needing
fresh supplies will 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.
Mr. John Elliott and Mrs. Isaao Woodward,
the Dover merchants, were In Uaysvllle yes
terday. .fi-Exclualve styles in millinery now ready
for your Inspection. Also a beaut if nl line of
ombroldery material;. ANNA B. Kino.
p&-Smoke Uasontan and La Tobob, C cents
Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho Christian
Church will meet Thursday nftornoon at 2:30
in the Sunday-school room of the churcb. All
members are urged to be present as business
ot importance la to be transacted.
rNov Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, LlmeaUuuetreet.
Perry Drotbors bad nn offer of a12o for their
entiro crop of tobacco, and two or three crops
near them are sold at lie, all within a few
Cost you iiothhifr, but
bring you lots of beauti
GLOBE STAMP CO.
OF COURSE, YOU'LL NEED A
It is with renewed interest that every American woman looks forward to the tailor-mades each sea
son. It is the one thing which you feel you simply cannot do without. This season you will see many
delightfully new and attractive departures in the tailor-mades which will, without doubt, instantly appeal to you.
"FINGER-TIP" LENGTH SUIT COAT
For several seasons past short coat suits have held full sway but this fall we enthusiastically welcome back
the becoming "finger-tip" length, one which gives the coat graceful lines, the one which becomes any figure..
The whole effect of the fall tailor-mades arc long, graceful lines. Moderated cutaways and flowing collars
emphasize the long lines on the fronts of these coats, shirred and belted backs, suggesting the Empire effect
carry out further the edict of fashion. LONG, SLENDER LINES. .
$12.50 to $35.00.
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