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tAJLY JPUJJLIO JJSDaHlt-Ul.
Tbo women who have a droaJ of tbetr hur
binds msrrjlDn n second limn generally livo
lo rtpu old ege.
B. 8. HeiiBley, 70 a wealthy resi
dont of DeebaK, N. U., was shot and
instantly killed in a dispute.
WITNESS AFTER WITNESS
SUCH EVIDENCE OUR READERS CANNOT DIS
PUTE As we take ap The Ledger week by week,
we are attack by the hearty, unmistakable
way in which witness after witness speaks oat
as Mrs. McClelland does bero, If these people
were stringers living miles away, we might
take little notice of thorn. Bat they are not.
They are oar neighbors, living among us.
Their word Is too easily provon to admit of
any donbt. They speak out In the hopo
that their experience may be a guide to otbors.
Mrs. Annie McClelland, 541 Went Second
atreot, Maysville, Ky., says: "Doan'a Kidney
Pills did mo a lot of good and I recommend
them as doing just what is claimed for them.
I was of ten dizzy and nervous and my head
ached. I had pains in my back and my
kidneys were weak. DoanVi Kidney Pills
stopped the complaint immediately and made
me well and strong."
For sale by oil dealers. Price CO cents.
Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo
agents for the Unitod States.
.- Remember the name Dosn's and take no
Matinee aad Nifjht.
t The Yltugrapli (jominny Presents
Maurice Coshtllu noil Florence Turner
lu ttie great il nun a tic success,
FLIRT OR HEROINE?
HOUSE-CLEANING ami A MAN WANTED
Matinees dally 3 to 5. Unit sliow
promptly at 4 fur school children.
When a New Perfection
Comes in; at the oor
Heat and Dirt Fly Out
at the Window
v. What would it mean, to you to have
heat and dirt banished from your kitchen
this summer tobe free from the blazing
range, free from ashes and soot?
With tho New Perfection Oven, the New Perfection'
StOTo is the most) complete cooking device on the market
It it just as quick and handy, too, for Washing and ironing.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Incorporated In Kentucky) 9
Corlntfon, Ktj Louhrrffl. K74 Atlanta, Caj Birmingham, AU.I and JaelcsonTllU, Fla.
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JUST RECEIVED, A CARLOAD OP NEW
Iowa Timothy Scied!
District Attorney Wayman, of Chi
cago, and his assistants issued twenty
warrants in the vice crusade.
Seven youue; men arc held by the
Chicago police charged with forging
checks, on which they are alleged to
have secured $5U,000.
Has it That Old Crimp is to Como
Early and Stay Qnlto a
Advance reports from amateur weather
prophets of the rural districts presage an oarly,
long und cold winter. "Birds are migrating
to the South this fall earlier that ever before,"
said Wayne E. Courtright, a farmer living
All the i.M signs, predicting a long, cold
season, have been hauled forth and garnished,
ready for fall circulation. According to the
Weatorville forecaster, rqairrels are already
hunting their winter supply of nuts. Hair ou
horses and ctttltt has commonced to grow
longer, while barbers say that the growth of
beard on men's faces has been slackened by
the early fall breezes.
Whether the predictions of the amateur
forecasters are authentic, it will soon be time
for the groundhog to crawl into bis winter
quarters, spike the gas motor and settle dofcn
for a long sleep.
saves Time 1
It saves Labor
It saves Fuel
It saves YOU
Mtde with 1 , 2 tad 3 born,
cn.with long, enameled, tur
quoit. blue ciumwrs. Hind
omely nuuhed throughout.
The 2- nd 3-burner stont
tin be had with or without a
ubmrtlop, which iiSlted with
drop .Mvti. lowtlriek.etc
All dealt earrr the New
Perfection Stove. Free Cool.
Book wilh every store. Cook
Book alio given lo anyone
lending 5 cents to cover mail'
THE BUSINESS MEN
' OF TODAY
are fully aware of the value of good dressing as a
business asset. They (eitard well made, perfect
llttliu attire as much of an essential as lbs at
tractive ualltles of a well kept store or olllce.
The only question Is who Is the tailor who can
make 'them the most satisfactory garments?
There can be no question of doubt If you place
your order with us. Kemember this Is the only
store In this section where you can buy Kd. V.
Price's rnace to meaiuee olothes. Ke the new
browns we are showing for 118 to 133, they are
repeaters, Kemember we repair all our dry olean
work free of charge In a worktuaullke manner,
C. F. McNAMARA,
OH West Krout Street.
Slnysvllle, If y.
KY. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1912
HalUduy In Provlciomv Jcurnal
KILLED FIFTY YEARS AGO
Sunday, September 29;b, marked tbo fiftieth
anniversary of the death of General William
Nelson. General Nelson was a naval officer,
bat was placed In command of the volunteer
forces lo Kentucky, being attached to Genoral
Ouell's command. lie was slain in tho Gait
lioase in Louisville on September 29tb, 1SG2
in a personal quarrel with General Jefferson
C. Davis, another Union officer, who was a
native of Clark county, Ind. General Nelson
was born In Washington, this county, in 1825.
The killing caused a great sensation at the
time, and tho Gait House, which at that time
was noted as the groatest hostelry In the
South, was brought into still greater promi
nence. Tho Value of Good Books
Let your boy escape for a time from the
meanness of tbo boy across the street, and let
him roam tho woods with Hiawatha, sail the
seas with Sinbad, build stockades with Crusoe,
fight dragons with Jason, joust with Galahad;
let him play at quoits with Odydseu, and at
football with Tom Krown. These are play,
mates who will never quarrel with him, nor
bully him, but from whom he will learn to
he bravo, self-reliant, manly, quick to do for
others, and set with his face toward the light.
"Tell me what compiny thou keepest, and 1
will tell thee what thou art," says tbo old.
Spanish proverb. The child who lives on terms
of Intimacy with such horoes as these cannot
fail to bo strong and true. Waltor T. Fields.
To make a' pianola play as well at home as
it did In the store.
To get In the last word with a life insurance
To keep a woman from wri'ing on both
sides of the paper.
To ge tho buttons in a white vest withou'
breaking one of the Commandments.
To look dressed up when you hive a ready
tied four-in-hand on.
To understand "tho telephone conversa
tion of a stenographer who is chewing gum.
To refrain from turning to the uporting page
of a newspaper first.
To get a theater ticket that suits, oven if
it Is the one you asked for.
EFFECTS OF PROHIBITION
On Cigar Trado Will Bo Investi
gated by Cigar Makers's Union
Baltimore, Md. Prohibition and ita edict
on the cigar trade will be investigated by tho
Cigar Makers' International Union of America,
wherever there aro local union of the Inter
A resolution direction eucb Inquiry was
adopted at tbo convention.
It bad been cbnrged by prohibitionists and
by psychologists that tobacco Is a natural and
inseparable companion to strong drink, and
the cigar makers deslro to get at tbe facts
SHORTAGE OF QUAIL
Birds Have Boon Soldom
Noticed This Season
While there Is said to bo a great number of
rabbits this season, It Is generally commented
that thoro are no quail In the fields, Last
soaaoD quail wero more numerous than In
many years past, and with tho protection tboy
received, because of postod farms, tbe predic
tion was that the- numbors this season wonld
bo far greater than ever before. The long,
cold winter killed many of them and those
remaining, It Is said, did not mite during the
searon, but remained In covles.
When tbe quail fail to pair off there is no
nesting, and persons who hare been over the
country remark that while they bave seen
old birds tbey bsve observed ' but few young
Reports from every section Is that it has
been years ilape the qual wakijfifaff lo num
Fifty years ago last Friday, September 27th,
occurred the f ght at Augusta, between the
Confederates, undfr Gonural Duke, and the
Army Sorvlco Sovon Years
On and after November lit next, nil re
cruits for the United Statos Army will have
to bltid themselves for n period of seven years
In the servlco Instead of throe as under tho
. n8Gk5g??&, Snt
Stephen Ii. Dow, a Boston broker,
was nrresteil anil charged withlarcency
of $140,704 from two mining compan
ies, President Talt was denied represen
tation on the ballot of California in n
decision of the Supreme Court of that
The revolution and a disastrous
drouth are causing untold suffering
from hunger to the residents of Nica
ragua. Charles D. Jonas, of Nashville, has
been elected president of the Grain
Dealer's Association iii session at
Captain John II. Weller, one of the
beat known residents of Louisville,
and a member of the famous Orphan
UrigaJe, died Thursday.
Near Otvensboro Blanche Harnett,
an aged inmate of the County Poor
Farm, whose mind win impaired es
caped from that place uuil wandered
to the I. C. Railroad, wheroshe com
mitted suicide, throwing herself under
the wheels of u train.
There I" in"ro Oaturrli In this section of the
country than ml other illsensus put together, aud
until tho lust fow years wnj supposed to be inour
ahlo. Koragreat many years doctors pronounced
1, n local disease mid jiroaurllx-d local remedies,
aud by constantly fntllnir to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced It lucuraMu. Science hat
proven catarrh to be acoustitutional disease aud
Catarrh Cure, mnnufautured by V. J. Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, O., Is the only constitutional cure ou
the market. It Is taken Internally hi doses (rom
lOilrops toitteiupoonful. It acts directly on the
bloodund raucoussurfuces of the system. They
offerone hundred dollars for any case It falls to
cure, send for circulars and testimonials, au
dress, V. J. UIIKNKY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75?.
Take Hall's Family I'lllsforconstlpatlon.
Wo Arc OflVrint; On Sale For a Koiv
I)nj h Ono Dollar Hlzo IlnttlcH
Compound IU001I nntl Nerve Tonic for
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A rcmrdy for HliomnntUm, Itlood,
Stomncli, liivor ami Kidney TrotiMrn.
l)n not torct tho price 35c per bottle
ortt for SI.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
IlavltiB decided to quit farming, I will offer at
publla sale, ou my farm ut Helena Station, on
October 1 6th, 1912,
70 head of thoroughbred Southdown ewes
Lot of Jersey heifers.
4 Jersey cows,
1 heavy farm team. .
I pulrot 6-year.old mules; Rood ones,
1 threa.ycar-old drlvlu wiwe,
1 brood mare.
1 yearling Mlly.
!i SUCkilD)! colts,
1 Uuroo boar.
Lot sows and pigs. ,
:i tmv frames.
1 dump cart.
3 dlso harrows,
3 drag harrows.
1 three-horse Oliver break plow,
3 break plows.
3 riding cultivators.
1 corn planter.
1 heavy iron roller.
And othsr Items too uumarqaijtp meullon.
TKItMS 01' BALK-AM surer under 110 cash
In hand; over, negotiable note payable In bank.
HslB begins at 10:!0 a.m.
0tfE COPY ONE CENT.
HI WASHINGTON THEATER
THE GREED OF QOLD
THB MINE SWINOLER
tyMatlncn Today at 1 :!I0 p.m.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
MSTli Public LMlK-r, local and long
ctUtnno' 'I'hoiiK No. IO.H
I Commissioner's Sale
MASOX VlllVUIT vounr.
Mary C. Smith's Admr. et als., IMatntllTs,
Mary ,1, Pierce's Admr,, Defendants,
Judgment und Order of Hate.
Iu obedience to a Judgment and order of sale In
the above styled action, I will, as Master Com
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912,
At 1:30 o'clock p- m , proceed, at tho Courthouse
door In Mnysvllle. Ky.. to sell nt public outcry and
to the highest and best bidder the jollowlng-de-scribed
property. In order to settle the estate ef
Mary J. Pierce, deceased;
Said property consists of a certain lotcf ground
w'.ii a two-story frame dwelling house and other
improvements thereon, lying and being on tbe
Kast side of Limestone street, between Second
and Third streets, lu the City of Maysvlhe, county
of Mascn and state of Kentucky, and bounded us
follows, to-wlt: beginning with tbo lower line
or S. II. Nicholson on Limestone street; thenco
buck from said street with suld line 03 feet;
thence at a right angie from said line, aud paral
lel with said street. Northwardly 34 feet; thence
at a right angle toward said street, and parallel
with said Nicholson's line, S3 feet and 8 Inches;
thenco obliquely 3 feet and 3 Inches to a point 32
feet from Nicholson's lint; thence 10 feet and 3
inches ton point Z feet and 3 Inches from Nich
olson's Hue; thence. 1 foot at a right miglo lu the
direction of Nicholson's line; theucs 21 feet and
3 Inehes, parallel with Nicholson's line, to Lime
stone street, making the whole distance, lu u
straight line, CO feet; thence with Limestone
street 31 feet to the plHce of beginning, llelug
the same property coivc)td to the said Mary J
Pierce by V. II. Wadsworth, Commissioner, and
others, by (lfil recorded In Deed Hook 73, page
t2u Maiou County Court Clerk's olllce.
Also, tin! other parcel of real estate, situated
Immediately In tho rear of that above-described
and the lot of fiiid Nicholson, and bounded as
follows: lleglimlng at the second corner made
In the foregoing calls of Coons' lot, and running
thence Southwardly with the line of said lot 31
feet to the corner U Nicholson's lot, and continu
ing the same course lib Nicholson's line IP feet
and 4K Inches. In all M feet aud 4K inches;
thence extending back Ksstwardly M feet to a
13-foot allev laid off by Robert lluckler, the whole
width aforesuld, 53 fret und 4K Inches'; being
the same lot convened hv l.olwrt lluckler, by
deed dated May lnlli, ISOtl, and recorded lu the
Mason County Court Clerk's olllce; and which
Is h part of the trunser referred to by W. II
Wadsworth et ills, to Mary J. l'leice, by deed
recorded lu Deed Hook 73, page 4'Jd, Mason
nountv lUiurt (Klerk's olllce.
fif1fc fit1 Qtl.l Kulrl a.lu twill tta t.ial.. I
upon u credit of one-half H; of the purchase
price In six (6) months und the remaining one
null 4 In tweUe (13 moulds and possessiou to
lm given the purchaser upon the continuation, by
me (jouri, oi ineiiiie. mo purennsrr win oe re
iiilreu to execute uonu lor inu purcnaso price,
with approved pergonal security, payable 10 me
as Master Commissioner, und liearlug six 0: per
rent. Interest thereon from the day of sale. A
lieu nil. also (w retained upon the property solit'
to secure the payment of the purchase, price. ;
A. 0. SULSKIt, '
Master Commissioner, j
John L. Chamberlalu, aud Frank I'. O'Donnell,
Attorneys. oct3-l-5. !
HAVB YOU EVKtt
MADE THEM 11IQ.
It is the BEST QUALITY of goods that can be bought for any stip
ulated amount of money. You are sure of Bargains if you purchase
your Shoes at
DAN COHEN'S SHOE STORE
You pay small prices and have the advantage of selections made by
our experienced expert buyers, who are famed for their knowledge of
leather and workmanship, and whose close and intimate association
with first-class manufacturers in all sections of our country give them
an immense advantage in the selection of stock. Save money by
buying some of the bargains quoted below.
Ladies' Glassy Fall
The greatest assortment of
high class footwear ever shown
at twice tliia price. Absolutely
perfect in every detail. TIiIb
scitHon's newest models. A
saving of one-half.
LADIES1 SHOES In velvet, gun metal, patent; every size. Specinl $4 values.
Wonderful values at $2i49s
MEN'S FINE DRESS AND WORK SHOES-I" all leathers and up-to-the-minute
styles, Made of all solid leather. Regular $3.50 values. Sale price $1,99,
Misses' and Children's High Top Shoes in all leathers, 99c up.
Boys' new fall styles in all loathers, $2.50 values, $1,49i
Boys' Shoes, 1 to 5, 99c, '
I DAN COHEN
J. BARBOUR RUSSELL.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO;
Now Located at tliu
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Maysvnie. ivy. s,
la now ready for liusineas, with a corps of elHcient arohttecta,
engineers, etc., with competent workmenship. best of materials,
and will contract to build from the very smallest to tho greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager.
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AHnsasvsjjBSR st , us
Buy Your Coal Now
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
61 W. McDmiel $ Co
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
When wo compound your recipes or prescriptions. This depart
ment is perfectly equipped in every detail and is always in
charge of un experienced pharmacist.
iWE DO NOT
We have precisely what is called for and the ingredients are
compounded hy scientific methods. Along with perfect service
you secure also the most reasonable price on prescription work.
Serums, Antitoxins, Vaccines, etc.
Trios. J. Chenoweth,
Maysville, Ky. YA:
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas '.York a Specialty.
Handle Only the Best of material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Has Htoves
and Ranges, All Sizes of Sower Pipe.
Cor. Second am
Ladies' Classy Fall
They come in tho now Bhades
of Russia Tan, Gun Mctsl, Pat
ent Colt, Vici Kid. Button,
lace. Heavy and light soleH.
Every Bize and width.
W. H. Means
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J. C. EVERETT, CO.
W. I-JL ROBB.
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