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FIRST OF THE SEASON
Opposite Bull Moose Headquarters.
DINGER & FREUND
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MAYSVILIiB, KY., SATURDAY, OCT OIJER 5, li)l2.
02 COPY ONE CENT.
Tbe handbag that the lady worn
Was wide and deep Immense;
And in said bag the lady boro
One spool of thread,
Eight perfectly Rood buttons,
Three car tickets,
One recipe for sponge cake,
One manicure set, 4
Two yards of ribbon,
One powder puff,
One chamois skin,
Throe headache powders,
One flock of keys,
One package of chewing gum.
One mirror, HtK
Two postage stamps,
Fifty-seven varieties of dingbats
And fdven cents.
25,000 rolls of Wallpaper
MUST GO below cost. Come
in. You have never had such
a bargain before.
CRANE & SHAFER.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports showtbo steady
output ol coal during the last low
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo tor your money.
You will never get out 01 debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Floe preserving pears $1 per bushel. 'Phone
151. C. P. Deitemch & Bro.
The L. and X. trains wero delayod this
morning about three hours on account of a
cave-In at Pleasant Valley tunnel.
AN ATTRACTIVE FRONT DOOR
ADDS SEVERAL TIMES ITS COST
TO THE VALUE OF A HOUSE
We have a large stock to select from and the prices
are within your reach, Remember we carry all kiuriti
ol., lumber and a big stock ol rubber mid asphalt
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
ONION STREET, NBA It SECOND.
In the Market For a
Heinz' s Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz' s Celery Soup,
Heinz' s Tomato Soup,
FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
J. C. CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldrj.
For Repairing Your. Roof
Get our Poplar SMurIo, price tl per thousand, or our Cypress Shingle, price ft 53 ocr
thousand. It you wnnt a Composition root we luive the occlusive agency for the Na
tional Itublicr and the Nntlonal Snnrt Snrface. Price per square for th Itubber, 1-plv
11.10, 2-ply 11.45, 3-ply 11.75; tho Sand Surface, 1-ply l 25. 2 ply 11.15, 3-ply (I.lU.
This Is the best composition roof we have seen on the market.
P-vn rf . Mivo xjiii t w;rni we use the best umlerlnl that can ho had.
rUK rLANIlNlj MILL WUKK When yon are next In the mnrkct call ami
Inspect our stock iitid you will loavu your order.
THE MASOM LUMBER C
Cor, Limestone and Second Streets, 'Phone 519.
Agonts for Ooorinrj Machinery. MaysvillegKy.
A. A. MoTjAUGHMN'. Ij. N. ItKHAN.
POWER & DAULTON
Formor Governor J. 0. W. Beckham was
elected President of tbe Uolted American In
surance Company of Frankfort.
For Sale Second. hand maple flooring, good
an new; also 3-inch plno end Borne heavy
timbers. Coll on John A. Tbomas at Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
SrSmoko Masonlan and La Toscb, 6 cents
Body of Admiral Lucion Young Will
Oo Laid to Rest Satur
day or Monday
A telegram recetved by relatives bero an
nounced that tho body of Admiral Lnclon
Young, U. S. N., would be burled at Arlington',
tbe National Cemetery at Washington, D. C.
Tho burial will take placo on Saturday or
Mrs. A. C. Hespess, who has been III at her
home In Lexington for several days past, Is
able to bo ont again.
Mr. Virgil Itobb will leave this week for
Florida, aftor epondlng his vacation with his
parents near Helena, Mr. Gay Drough will
accompany him Soutb, having acceptod a po
sition with the same company as Mr. Robb as
a shoo salesman.
"When needing dental work call onCartmel
Tho IToltyn Forsytbo Missionary Society will
meet at the M. E. Church, Soutb, Sunday at 4
o'clock. All members are requosted to be
Tho Georgetown, Ohio, Fair closes a suaV
cessful week today. This Is one of tho best
and tbe last fair of the season and Is always a
winner because the Georgetown peoplo get
behind It and push it to the front.
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo nro packing nil our staple tlrufrs In scaled boxes, which as
sures you a strictly puro and fresh product. Kpsoin Halts, Hochcllo
Halts, Alum, urtucrlc, Cloves, Alspicc, Cream Tartar, I'opprr, Iiorlo
Acid mid many tuoro too nnmcrous to mention nro packed in sealed
cans. They nover leak and show up lino In your mcdlcino chest.
ME? Ufll I IAUO flr Pit "Bifl Drugstore With
n Tu WBLLBHWSO Q teUu the Little Prico.!'
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has periect working1 discs, fitted with dust prool chilled
Pv.bearines. single draw bars that will not gather trash, stasjgard
i" spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
Dar witn truss roa to support seat ana Keep arm irom sagging,
-direct, pressure in icar of disc; a feature we claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for 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 of satisfied users. One feature of our drill
jhaLputs it in a class by itself aud 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 peoplo have that feature 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 in a Pull Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Mercury n td 74 yesterday end It was
Imply a delightful fell day.
death of James Slatlery
Jamea Slattery of Tackaboe, whose lllneu
wu rjotleed lo Tub LbDCEit, died this morning
nt 1:20 o'clock at Wilson Hospital after a
abort sickness with doable pneumonia, aged
32. Dla remains were removed to bis home
In tbe county. Jim, aa be was called' by bla
Intimates, was a genial favorite with a large
circle of acquaintances on acconnt of bis
generous and kindly aota and goodness of
b&srt.' Notwithstanding that everything that
gentle bands and loving hearts could do to
(prolong bla life, be peacefully passed away at
the. boor above stated. He loaves five
brothers and four slitera to mourn Lis lots and
The funeral will take place Woodsy morning
ft) D o'clock from St. Patrick's Church, wltb
urrtoea by Rev, Father P. U. Jones. Inter
ment at Washington Cemetery.
Tho Inventory and appraisement of tbe per
sonal estate of John Uayes, deceased, amount
log to $7,001.17, was produced In Court, filed
and ordered recorded.
Mr. Patrick Dwyer, ono of Uason county's
highly esteemod and prosperous farmers, died
last nlgbt at 11 o'clock at his home near
Minerva, after a protracted Illness, aged GO.
He is survived by bis widow, who is seriously
ill, and three daughters and five sons.
Funeral Monday morning at 9V o'clock from
Minerva Catholio Church, with services by
Rev. Father Coleman. Interment in Y7aoh
OLIVES OF ALL KINDS!
FrlcM ranca from 10c n bottlo up. Oar Olive trado ia one ol our
'hobble, Cp8 1.0 a-qd let Ua obovr you tho biggest, beat lot you cvor eaw,
Mainz Fur Chlar Vmwgnr.
MltS LAVIK1 VIRGINIA DAVIS.
This morning at a quarter of 2 o'clock, Mrs.
L&vina Virginia Davit, wife of Mr. Thotnae A.
Davis, founder and former Editor and owner
of TilE Public Lhugek, passed to the roalma
of rest surrounded by her corrowing lovod
With a smile upon her wasted lips and n faint
murmur of "Uncle Tom," her husband, aj she
always addressed Mr. Davis, the spirit of
this gentle snJ most excellent wife find bo
loved aunt, and neiubbor passed to the great
beyond, whero nt tho Mercy sent nf tho groat
Jehovah her beautiful and serene life will
spouk for her ia far moro oloquiat and con
vincing terms than ill tho spoken or written
words and termons coming from this enrtb.
Mrs. David hail been most distressingly ill
for months and years and during all hor pain
ful prostration no murmer of reproach or re
gret camevfrom her. Her norve-rendiog acbea
and long days and nights of suffering wore
borne with tho patience and the fortitude that
always accompanies the true Christian char
acter and the snene trust and faith that enoblea
and translates and uplifts to a sense of peaca
that passeth all understanding.
Mrs. Davis was the daughter of Allen and
Mary Martin and waa born at Kirk's Springs in
Lewis county, Kentucky, on June uth, 18-11,
and was sixty-eight years of age at tbn time
of her death. Her grandfather, Ur. Nathaniel
Kirk was the original owner of Kirk Springs;
here she spent her childhood and maidenhood
Thomas A. Davie and Lavlna Virginia
Martin were united in marriage at tha old U.
C. Church, South, in Second street, Uaysville,
Ky., on January 7th, 1SGS, tho Rev. Joseph
Rand officiating. No children were born to
them, and deceased ia survived only by her
distressed husband and two lovlog and heart
broken nlecer, who resided with her, Mrs. Ida
II. Doley and Miss Molllo T. Edmond?.
Mrs. Davis was the last of ber immediate
family. Aa to ber life hero in Maysville It is
an open chapter. She was a life-long and
devoted member of tbe M. E Church, Soutb,
and for yoara sheconductod one of the leading
millinery stores In Kentucky. She was a
careful, conscientious and progressive) bus
iness woman, Financial and commercial sue
cess followed her efTorts and she retired only
a few years ago with a comfortable fortune In
her own right which ebo used with a liberal
band for church, city and loved ones.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis realded In Mr. Davis'
elegant home on Riverview Terrace, in West
Second street, their homo being one of tho
most beautiful and picturesquely situated resi
dences on the Ohio River. Here they led a
quiet and retired life, and tho loss of hia
eateemed and life-long companion Is a severe
affliction to Mr. Davis, who Is himself not In
the beat of health. Iloever, tbeBe home
breaking and heart breaking visitations come
to us all, and as the Lord knowetb best and
tempereth tbe blttng winds to the shorn lamb,
thus also doetb no pour tho oil of hope and
trust Into tbe hearts of His suffering children,
giving them strength and fortitude to bear all
burdoss, thereby themselves gaining a crown
of forgiveness and righteousness.
Blessed be the memory of Lavlan Virginia
Davis and may the awoetost roses bloom and
tbe lightest zephyrs blow over the last resting
place of their beloved "Aunt Ida."
There have been no arrangements made for
tbe funeral and Interment of Mr. Davia at
Tho Interment however, will take placo in
tha Davis family lot In tbe old Mayarlllo Cerae
tery, probably Monday afternoon.
Last day for
discount of October lit gas
Ma3VIM.c Gas Co.
Rev. E. W. Feliz will preach at tho Forest
Avenuo M. E. Church tomorrow morning at
10:30 and evening at 7 o'clock. Also at 2:30
in tho afternoon at Stewart'e M. E. Church.
tho Members and Friends
the Christian Church
You are most earnestly invited to bo at Sue
It will be Rally Day.
We should, all of nt, mako tbi tho greatest
day of tho year.
Sunday-school begins at 9:1." a m.
Roger L. Ci.aiik, Pastor.
lD- HEOHI3STGER & OO.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
In now ready for your inapection. All wa dosiro to say in this "Ad." is, wo have provided for tho needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for tho economical, $7.50 to 610. For tho more lavish dresser,
un excellent line of Suite, 1'ure Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
young man un elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English ami Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Braud Clothes are the acme of tho 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 bo very popular.
"Bnv School Suits at hie redurtion."
HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing
Rev. R. L. Been will preach at the Wash'
ington Presbyterian Church tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock. '
Tho Kings Daughters of tui Episcosal
Church will meet at Mr. Omar Dodson'a resi
dence Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
The study class of the depsrtment of homo
economics will meet at Miss Yancey's oflico
Monday aftornoon at 2 o'clock. Any club
membor wishing to join this class will please
be present. Hooks will be ordered for
class study and all who wish a book will
Tbe constant beat of an electrlo radiator
has been found to bo excellentty ripening
fruit In the stores.
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Mr. Kate Cook is now pleasantly situated,
in ber new home and recent purchase in East
Socond street, Sixth Ward.
Our Suits and Coats arc not only the sum oi "distinction in dress," but they are a synonym for service. Thanks
to their perfect tailoring and shape-retaining qualities, their makers can safely warrant every garment good for two
full seasons' wear.
The Comfort Shirt for Infants and Children
The double-brensted features of tho garment affords extra protection where most desired. Nothing but the
finest wool is used in making the shirts but notwithstanding they are all wool if properly washed in warm not hot
water they will not shrink.
Made in coat effect with only two buttons. To summarize it is the only shirt that offers double protection to
chest and abdomen, it is the most comfortable, the easiest to put on, always soft after washing, the shirt for infants
and children that will give you perfect satisfaction. Price 35c and 50c according to quality.
Satins of Quality 49c to $1 Yard.
Their name is legion. Chiffon satin, meteor, Charmeuse, messaline, Venice and so on through countless varia
tions of these glossy silks. Fashion holds satin in high favor, using it jn a hundred ways to bring out its luster or
to contrast it with silks of sombre surface. Corne in and let us show you how much satin beauty you can buy here
for 49c to 1 yard.
EsJesa kiJLi nnjiimf saAsnl salsa
The danco given by tho "Mystic Thirteen"
at Neptune Hall last night was an enjoyable
and delightful affair.
The children of the Kpiacopal Sunday-school
will have a candy aale at Taylor's book store
Saturday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock.
Miss Violet Graham, the valued Assistant
Treasurer in the Order Department of tho
Ohio Valloy Pulley Works, is again at her
desk after a two weeks well earned vacation.
During ber trip she spent two delightful weeks
visiting her cousin, Mrs, A. E. Diesem, at Col
T"Now Is tbe timo to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limeatone street.
Tbe splendid farm of tbe late Mr. Evan
Lloyd containing 25C acres will be sold by tbe
heirs on Stturday, November 23d. For
further description see adv. in today's Ledger.
Cost you nothing, but
bring you lots ot beauti
GLOBE STAMP GO.
Extra heavy double wool
finished Blankets. They look
like wool, have the warmth
of wool and will wear like
wool, but they are all cotton.
PAIR. Worth $2.50
You will find style and
class in our lino this year
that is correct. Our buyers
spent five weeks in New
York. That's why you find
exclusive fashions here.
Suits $12.50 to $35.
Coats $5 to $25.
Dresses $4.98 to $25.
This is the Shoe Store oi
We carry an immense
stock of Good Shoes for -
To buy here once is to buy
hero always. Ask to be fit
ted, for we know how.
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