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MAYSVILLE. KY., TIIUUSDAX OCTOBER 3, 1912
, tMXKLY RKPUST.WAlf-Un,
'4JJ2.Y TVSL10 LKDOKB-ltM.
At 9 the Id afraid of ghost, at 15 aho Is
afraid of men. at 19 the I afraid of mice and
at 29 ihe can whip a dozn wildcats when any
one lajti a menu word aooni ner ouerinc?.
;TTli l'utiile ligrr, lottl mul Ions
Arthur Jacobs of Montgomery hat sold his
tobacco crop of 12,000 pounds at 1G conts.
t It In reported a number of tobacco growers
at Midway have already been ottered 10 and 12
conts for their crop;. One buyer ottered to
put up $400 for an option oo n crop of 23
ftcres at 13 oenta which offer was refused.
October Rovonue Assignmonts
Tho October assIgnmenU of Storekeepers
and G-ogers la the revenue sorvice at Mays
Title are as follows:
H. E. Poguo Distillery Co. r. D. WelU,
day; Oscar Grlgiby, additional and bottling;
J. T. IUwIiags, ganger.
Poynli: Bros. Co. D. Hlerley, day; W. H.
Lynch, additional and bottling; J- T. Kawliogs,
J. H. Roger& Co. F. W. Uarting, day;
W. C. Slye, additional and bottling; J. T.
WITNESS AFTER WITNESS
SUCH EVIDENCE QUI READERS CANNOT DIS-
Ab we tako up Tiik Ledgf.r week by week,
'we are struck by the hearty, unmistakable
way id which witness after witness speaks out
aa Mrs. UcClelland does bore. It these tieoplo
were stringers living miles away, wo might
ftloJiltle notice of them. But thoy aro not.
They are our ne ghbors, livirg among us.
Their word is too easily provon to admit of
any doubt. They speak out in tbo hope
that their experience may be a guide to others
lift. Annie McClelland, fill West Second
street, Maysville, Ky , eye: "Doan's Kidney
Pills did me a lot of good and I recommend
them as doing just what is claimed for them.
I was of ten dizzy and nervous and toy bead
ached. I had pains in my back and my
kidneys were woak. Doan's Kldoey Pills
stepped the complaint immediately and made
me well and strong"
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Poster-Ullburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for tho Unitod States.
Remember the name Doan's and take do
The Mllatio Company oilers
VICTIMS OF INGRATITUDE
A Kcnture Picture
lu two parts
Tho Imp Co Presents
LEM'S HOT CHOCOLATE
OUEENIE AND THE CANNIBAL
Made of pure white lead and zinc, with best lin
seed oil. Guaranteed formula on every can.
Costs no more to put it on than to put on keg
lead and oil paints: will last twice as long and it
takes less of it to cover a given surface.
Ask our dealer in your town for book of sugges
tions and color chart.
I mWim I
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JUST REOEIVED, A
Iowa Timothy Seed!
Matlnco and Niflht.
BRONCHO BILL'S ESCAPADES
Featuring a. M. Anderson.
THE LIQHTNINQ PAPER HANGER
CITY OF HAVANA, ITS STREETS, ETC.
A NEW SONQ BALLAD
Matinees dally 2 to 5. Last show
promptly at 4 for school children.
Clarence Leliua baa purchased the lively
aid sales stable of Smith & Wills at Cyn
thlans. The depot formorly occupted by the Ohio
River & Columbus Railway nt Georgetown, 0.,
was burned to the ground lust Sunday evening
W. II. Stewart of Anguilla, Miss, has
bought of Allen S. Edelen of Glonwortb Farm,
Durgin, Ky., an ngad combined stallion for
Robert E. Drlggs of Auxvasse, Mo., sold 30
bead of good quality yearling mules to a Mur
freesboro, Tenn., buyer. Tho price paid wsb
R. A. Long of Kansas City, Mo., is negotia
ting for a thousand acres of very valuable
land near that city, upon which bis daughter.
Mies Loula Long, may carry out ber ideas of
ralelog andltralnlng saddle horser.
Conductor J. It. Farrow, who was Injurod
by a fall from the top of an Intorurbau car In
Lexington on September 1st, is dangerously
ill at St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington, and
but slight hopes are bold out for bis recovery
TO SaGK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
Women suffering from any form of fe
male ills aro invited to communicato
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence department of the Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, read and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thus has
been established u confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years and which has never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of the writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it is more
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return except your good
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands, burely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lydla E. Pink
ham Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought to Imvo
Lydia E. Pinklmm'.s 80-pago
Toxt Book. It is not a book for
general distribution, as it is too
expensive. It is free and only
obtainable by mall. Write for
5ia S fJmkmam
Of Course Your House Needs It
And the vary belt, most durable, most conom
ica paint protection you can give your house ia
'The Kind That Last"
FOR SALE BY
Ryder Paint Store
CARLOAD OP NEW
C. EVERETT.' CO.
m THOSE ROTTEN PLANKS.
'PU. WILSON 1 II ;lcp lightly or
llourno Bros, of West Garrard" sold 303
bales of hay to Danks Hudson at $13 per toe.
Woman's Club Mooting
There will be a mooting of tbo Civic Depart
ment of tho Woman's Club, Friday afternoon
at 4 o'clock nt the club rooms.
Report of Mrs. Brock For Month
of September Work Grow
ing in Interest
The Hoard of City Uioicin held a meeting
in the Mission rooms Tuesday, October 1st,
Mrs. Hrock'd retort Miik as follows:
Hxpensos for tan month of September. . .$19.95
Cash receive I from sale of garments. .. .$ l.!S5
Money roceived for Mission work $73.9.")
Garments civon out 137
I'alls made 132
Meetings bao been held in Short Rtreet
every 1'riJay evoning acd have been itost
encouraging in attendance and interest.
The same can bo caid of tho meetings held
at the Home.
The industrial school will beglo next Satur
day under the leadership of Miss Hurd, nnd
there is every reason to look for good results.
Ab this Is the season of the yoar when house
keepers aro taking tut intor clothing, tho
board earnestly requests tho Indies to sond
any old garments they may have, to tho Mis
sion, or if they bavo no mean of sending, to
notify Mrs. Drock.
Children's clothing of all kinds, especially
shoes, are urgently neoded.
WILSON IS NOT FAIR
His Assertions on tho Tariff Ques
tion are Either Ignorant or
S" prejudiced Is Governor VYIV.a on this
tul'ject that he is not even decently fair to
tboee who differ from him, or to tho policy
they advocate. Although the proposed treaty
of reciprocity with Canada brought home to
the American farmer that he is very much in
terested In Protection, tho Democratic can
didate assures him at ivory turn that the
Tariff is a manufacturer's device to plunder
th) tiller of the soil. Although the whole
body of the world's economists, with the ex
cep', on of Prof. Laughlin of Ch'cego, unlto
In ascribing tbo rijo of priets to tho fail In
tho value of gold, Gnvornor Wilson U assuring
bis audience that it is due to the Tariff and
nothing else. Although wo are exporting
goods In a volumo beyond all precedent and
all reasonable expectation, amounting la value
last year to $2,200 000,000 ho describes the
Tariff as a dam round our coast, which previ'nls
our reaching foreign markets. Although agri
cultural Implements como in without paying
a cent from those countrles'.lwhlch admit ours
on the same terms, and although there Is
about fifteeen per cent, of duty on thoso
which come from countries ahlch refuso us
this reciprocity, yet he denounces Mr. Taft
for votolng tho House bill to reduce duties In
the metale schedule, declaring that tbta adds
greatly to the oats of Implements to th,e
American farmer, lie tells us that there will
be "oo flivor of Tragedy" In dealing with the
trusts. Dut a flavor of tragody, such as tho
country felt la 1837, 1857, and 1S93-C, la
awaltlog ua If Governor Wilion la tho next
occupant of tbi White Houif, and li backed by
Democratic: Congresj. .
I KS.iTvK S?-Ul -
n ' . . r m --. - ,
tlm one, too U i I never be noticed.
From Now Ycil; Trlliui".
Congressman Carl C. Anderson of Fostorla,
Oh'o, was killed b) his auto overturning at
0r colored Citizens.
Misses Lizzie I! ill, Lent Alexander and
Georgle Gallagher hr.ve re'trned to their home
In Hillaboro, O., after voting their mother
lioro and attending the Calorod Fair.
Says Ho Will Wolcome Progres
sives Back into Party
Ehbiii.v, M sh , 'Voino of the paople now
posing as third ptrty nun will wake up after
the election acd find fiemelva alone. We
should bo glad to welcome tbera bick to the
Republican party, but they muH come back a
whole Republicans, they inuH support the
national, Stat' nod loci! tickots."
Tint was the substanco of 'resident Tuft's
meesago to tho Republics Club of llcverly.
The President continued hyadvisiog against a
policy of temporzing.
"It's timo to quit tetnporz'ng," he said.
"If a rain Is n Republican let him say so
and lot him support tho tide'. I' ho Is not
throw him out of th. puty."
Tbo President ma Jo only a short talk to his
fellow Republicans of the summir cipltal and
afterwards !poke to the Beverly Italian Club
in the city hall on rit'zeaship. Later ho at
tended tho weekly meeting of the Ueverly
masox vmciir vuvur.
Mary C. Smith's Adnir vt a!s , I'lulutilTi,
Mary J. l'lercu't Ailinr.. Defendants,
Judgmtnt and llnltr of -ViV.
In nbrdlencf to a judgment mid oritur of tale In
tlio nloe styled ac'luii, I will, us Muster Com
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912,
At 1:30 o'clock p m , procid. nt the Courllinuie
dour In Mu)kUk K, 10 tell nt pulillc outcry and
to tlm Iilulift and licit liidihr tin.' jnllolni;-da-jcrllitil
ropert. In order to si-til tlm eitutu ef
Mury J. Plercr, deceased;
SiOd property cnntlau of acertnln Iotcf uratind
with u two-Jtor) frame dwelling house and other
lniproeruciitf thereon, 1 lutf und helm; on tlm
Kiut tide of Lltneitonn o'reit, U'twei'ii Secoud
nnd Third stn-eit In llieCI'yif Ma) nil e, county
of Mnscn und stulitot Kentuokv. mid bounded ks
follows toull: lU-trtiinlne with the lower lino
or h. II. Xlcholnoii on l.lni.itona streot, thence
hack from ihUI street with said line 111 feeti
thence ut a rlKht im h fr m tmd line, nnd imrnl
lei with inld street, Northw irdly 31 feet, Iknw
at n rlirht niiiilu toward anld Hreet nnd purnllel
wllh talil Nicholson's Hue, 5S feet and 8 Inches :
thence oblique.lv 3 feet nnd 2 Inches to n point IU
feet from Jiieholson's lln-; llruucn 10 feui nnd 3
Inches ton point II feet nnd . Iirhes from Nlch
olion's Hue; theuou I foot at n right huhIu In the
direction of Nicholson's II e; theuct 31 fiet nnd
2 Inehes, pnrllel wlh Nlcbclion's line, to Lime
stone street, liiitklni; tlm whnln dlstnnoi, in n
strnlitht Hoc, Co feet; thencu with Limestone
street 31 feet to Ihe tlnco of beginning. Itolne
the suing property cone)d to the said Mary J
Pierce by W. II. Wndswnrth, Oonunlskloner, find
others, hy deed recorded in Deed Hook 73, pugo
uu. yuion uoutuy uourt i -:k oiuce,
Also, the other ptrcel of renl t state, situated
Immediately In thu rear of Hint nhovi described
nnd tho lot of mid Nicholson, nnd bounded ns
follows: lleulnainu at tN seroud corner made
ollons: Ilrulnalnu nt tNi scro
n thu foreeolup u-ids of Coons' I
nt, and running
thence houthnnrdly with the lino of said lot 31
feet to tho corner of Nlrho'.uti' lot, and conttuu
ln! tho sme course with Nicho son's Hue 10 feet
nnd IV, Inches, In nil 6J fevt nnd IK Inches;
ihpuee extending hnck Knstunrdly fit fust to n
12 foot alley Inld on hv Hubert Iliictclur. Ilin whole
width tifortisnid, 53 f, et uud M Im-hrs; beluc
Ihe same let convened hv Itolxrt llucklor, hy
deed dati'd May loth, I8(W, nud recordid In the
Muson County Court Cler-'s ofllne, and which
Is a part of the trnnifer referred to liy . H
Wadiworth et nil. to Mary J. I'le fn, by deed
reoorded In Died Hwk '.I, nuKa Hi, Mnson
County Court Clerk's olllco.
TIMtMS OK SAL.I: Suld -! will bo made
upon a creditor one-lmlf 'Si of the purchase
firlee In six (d) .nonths und the r.nulnlnu one
inir (k; In twelve (12 months and possession to
be tilven th vurohaser upon tliuionllriuatlon.by
inn i;oun, oi urn sine, i no uuruuasrr win iw re
tiulrtil to execute bond for the purchase price,
with approved trrsonnl security, payable (one
it Master Commissioner. and bearing lx (0) per
oeut Interest thereon from the day of sale a
Hen wilt also be retained upon the propirly sold
to seCuru the payment of the purclmu price.
John ti. Chamberlain, tod Fraulc llO'Douneli,
Auvrucjll. , J-' OOI1M D,
HEART OF MEN
THE LITTLE ARTIST OF MARKETS H
ADMISSION 5 GENTS I
The preacher1 who skins right and loft Is b
ways popular with the butchors of characte
Tho fellow who hunts for the softest pew
isn't tho ono who covots lbs highest goods
from the service.
Following a ralio of $100 In salary whlcb
took (Itect October lit, Uural Hooters are t
ordered to classify and weigh their mill for
Carl ale suffored another heavy fire loss
Mon Jay night and a big section of the busi
ness center was burned and telephone lines
destroyed. Loss, $25,000; Insurance $10,000.
Dynamitors Faco Court
Indianapolis, Ind., Ojtober 2J. Each of
the 32 indictments in the dynamiting cases
containing charges against ell of the defend
ants, embraced in three groups, as follows;
Transporting dynamite and nitroglycerlno
In passenger trains from one state to -another;
as Ortio E. McManigal confessed was done
when these explosives were carried In suit
cases from hiding places nt lluncio, led.,
Rochester, Pa , Tillin, 0., and Indianapolis to
cities where "jobs" were to bo blown up.
Concealing knowledge of the conspiracy or
abetting the illegal transportation of ex
plosives. Great Prison Worker to Lecturo
Mrs. C. A. Lehman of the I'rlson Workors
of tho Howard Association will lecturo at the
First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning
and at the Christian Church Sunday night.
Her subject is "From Home to Prison."
Mrs. Lehman is well-known to Maysville
people and as her work is lc tho highest
sense humane, every one who can go to bear
her should do so, and thus holp by their pre
sence and moral support to assist in this great ;
prison reform movement.
There is more Catarrh lu this section of the
country than ml other diseases put tojjuther, nud
until tho Inst few je.irs was supposed to be Incur
able. Kornicront muuy years doctorspronouueed
It nlocnl dlsemonnd prescribed local remedies,
aud hy constantly fnllltii! to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has
proven cntnrrh to be a constitutional disease nnd
thereforvruqnlrescunslltutlounltreiitiuout. Hull's ,
Cntimh Cure, mnnufiictured by V. J. Cheney A i
Co. , Toledo, O., Is the only constitutional cure on
the market. Itlstnkuu laternnlly In doses from '
lOdropstontunspoonful. It nctsdlrectly on the
bloodandtuucoussurfuces of the system. They
olferono hundred dollars for nny enso It falls to
cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, K J. CHUNKY A CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold byDruKKlts,75tf. (
Tnke Hull's Kntnlly Plllsforoonstlpntlon. (
An immense purchase of new Fall Footwear
for tlio first time. Our expert buyers, famed lor their knowledge of leather, material
and their invaluable experience gained by close contact with the manuiacturers, as well
as with the consumer, have assembled the most beautiful display of Fall Footwear in
the history oi this organization.
Do you want to be correctly shod at just one-half price? Then take advantage
of this opening sale.
Infant's Button Shoes, wedge Boys', Youths' and Little Gents'
heel, sizes 3 to 6 49c box ralf high grade school Shoes, $. 24
Children's Shoes, button and Boys' Gun Metal and Patent
blucher, sizes 5 to S 74c Leather Shoes, button or blucher,
Boys' and Youths' Box Calf $2'5 values $1'49
Bluchers, sizes 1 2 to sJA 99c Misses' High Top Button
- , " ; . Shoes, in vici kid and patent
Ladies Fine Shoes, patent leather, $..so values $1,49 ,
leather and gun metal, in button - ; : 77;
and bluchers, $2.50 values ... .$1,49 Ladies gun metal, I an and Pat-
LL-i 22 ent Leather Button, $3 values, $1.99
Ladies' Fine Shoes, button and Ladies' Extra Fine Shoes, in tan
blucher, $2 values $1,24 velvet, gun metal and patent leather'
Men's Gun Metal Bluchers, One lot Men's Working Shoes,
$2.50 values $1,49 tan and black, $2,50 values. . . .$1,69
Men's Fine Shoes, in patent Men's Extra Fine Shoes, in patent
leather and gun metal, button leather, tan and gun metal, button
and bluchers, $3 values $1,99 and blucher.
All Kinds of
I DAN COHEN
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Locnted nt tho
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Ia now ready for business, with n corpa n( efficient architects,
cngiueerg, etc., with competent wnrkmenship. heal of materials,
nnd will contract to build from the very smallest to the grcntcat
S. B. CHUNN, Manager.
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While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines
will make the supply short and high
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McDaniel $ Co,
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
InoUIlL oLjL)I1 1 I
When we compound your recipes or prescriptions. This depart
ment is perfectly equipped in every detail and is always in
charge of an experienced pharmacist.
WE DO NOT
We have precisely what is called lor and the ingredients arc
compounded hy scientific methods. Along with perfect service
you secure aleo tho most reasonable price on prescription work.
Scrums, Antitoxins, Vaccines, etc.
Thos. J. Chenoweth, l
Maysville, Ky. ?fjffi- THE 7s! STORE.
RUBBERS and FELTS Just Received.
Modem Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating 1
High quality of Gas York a Specialty.
Hiimilo Only the Beatof material. Dealer
ia Brass Valves antl Fittings, Has Stoves
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sewer Pipe.
will be placed on sale now
H. Means I
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