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SMJER KRAUT!
1VS1 RECEIVED
FIRST OF THE SEASON
Opposite Bull Moose Headquarters.
PUBLIC
LEDGER
DINGER & FREUND
LEADING RETAILORS,.
MARKET STREET. -
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MAYSVILIiE, KY., "WEDNESDAY, OOTOJJKtf J, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Wben eho wed eho had dreams of great richeB
And a motor car lit for a Queen;
Bat now she's content In a flit to pay rent
With a bsll-bearing washing machine.
For sale Fancy Tcranda, apply to E.
Rodeo, head of Wall and Third atreota.
Advertisement
B. P. 0. Elks, Notice
Members of MayiTlllo Lodge No. 704, D. P.
0. Elks, are requested to raoet at the Elka
Home at 1 p. m. on Thursday, October 10th,
to attend tho funeral of oar late Brother,
William II. Davis, which will be condnctod
ender the ritualistic serrlcos of oar Order.
Henry E. Pogue, Exalted Ruler.
A. G. Snlaer, Secretary.
SPECIAL BARGAIN
25,000 rolls of Wallpaper
MUST GO below cost. Come
in. You have never had such
a bargain before.
CRANE & SHAFER.
Advertisement.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output of coal during tho last few
years has mado tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
yon a greater valuo for your money.
You will nevor get out of debt uuless
you buy wiBely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
I'HONK Ml,
Don't wrangle with the man in tho box office
If you want the best seat.
Jtir-Gema from "Madame Sherry," including
"Every Little Movement," The Butterfly" and
others. Victor record, 12 inches $1.
P. J. Mimnir, the Jeweler.
(Advertisement)
lid anted!
young Aadif for Office Assistant
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
UNION STKKKT, NEAR SECOND.
In the Market For a
WHEAT DRILL
Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perfect working discs, fitted with dust prooi chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
spoke wheels with 7inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in lear of disc; a leature wc claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
and where other drills ennnot 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 ol our drill
,r that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all
other drills on the market is the ureona Disc bhoe. You
won't find the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, the
Peoria peoplo have that feature cinched and the)' 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 f eona Disc bhoo Drill.
We Have Just Gotten in a Full Stock of
Fine Baling Wire
Mike Brown
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Two Brothers Murdered
North Vehnon, Ind., October 8th Charles
and John McQaald, brothers and farmers, last
night were murdered on a farm a few miles
from this city. They were 70 and CO years
old, respectively, and resided wltb an elderly
maiden sister. The murder took plaoe lefore
bor eyes.
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Mrs. Curtis of Lexington passed through
Uaysrllle yesterday en route to Macohester,
0., where she was called to attend tho bedside
of her daughter, Urs. Walter Groen, who is
very ill with typhoid fever. Urs. Green for
merly resided in this city, where she bss
many friends.
Vice Mayor of Kansas City Hero
Hon. Stanley Watson, President of the City
Conncil and Vice Mayor of Kansas City, Kan.,
a hustling clty.of 300,000 psoplo.ia InUaysville
with bis wife, a daughter of the late Asa It.
Borgeaa and wife. Mr. Watson Is a Uaysvllle
, boy and to a son of tbs late Major John W,
Watson, whose widow resides In the Hill
House, in Front atieet. Mr. Watson will
visit his mother and sitters, Miss Rosa, and
Mrs. Clarence Uslbews, until Thursday when
as apd his wife wll. return to Kansss City.
Ifhls gentleman has only been In Kansas City
p few years, but during this brief period be has
sen lo business and in public esteem by leaps
yd bounds until now na Is acting Mayor.uhlch
(next to the city's chief executive.
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I'ricea range irotn iuo a bottle ud. Our Olive trade m one ol our
hobble. Gone 1b rb(J let u show; you the biggest, beat lotyou ever saw.
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PfaoM 43. HMfc r .CHISEL A COHRAD?
BOSTON WALLOPS NEW YORK
New Yoiik, October 8. Tho Boeton
Americana overcamo tho New York
Nationals by a score of 4 to U today
before more than 215,000 people in the
first camo of tho world's series. The
contest was nip and tuck all the way.
The Giants made a thrilling rally in
tho ninth inning when they almost
tied tho score, which follows:
Boston.. ..0 0 0-0 0 18 0 04
NewYork.O 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1-3
Something Good
Heinz' s Cream of Pea Soup,
, Heinz's Celery Soup,
Heinz' s Tomato Soup,
FOR SALE A7 20c arid 25c.
J. C CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
For Repairing Your Ttoof
Get our Poplar Slilncle, price 3 per thousand, or our Cypress Shingle, prloe ft 25 per
thousand. If volmviiiUh Composition roof we Imvc ttio exclusive uitency for the Na
tional Iiuhbrr and the National Snnd burf&cu. Price per square for tin KubW, 1-ply
81.10. 2 ply 11.45, 3 ply 81.75: the bund Surface, 1-ply 1 25. 'J ply 1 1 16, 3 ply l.5,
This Is the best composition root we have Hern on tho market.
ri"wr t-t a mtmo i.ti v wnnf w mo the heat inaterUI that can bo had.
FOR PLANING MILL WORK Vlinou are next In the market call mid
Inspect our stock nud you will leive your order.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Incorporated.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Doering Machinery. flSaysville, Ky.
A. A. MoIjAITGIIMN, Xi. N. HKMAN.
A picture posts! from Jack Orr, Foreman of
Tho Public Lodger ofllco, who is now with
the Odefellows at Somerset, says the ground Is
as red as brick dust and you can't raise an
umbrella it's so poor. Jack ain't used to
looking at nothing only $150 na aero blue-
grass pastures.
Horses Poisoned
Mr. Edward Nash of near Epworth had two
fine work horses to dio this week through
some one sprinkling parts groon on their feed.
Tho animals wero worth $800.
UNION MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
Golden Glory
"(ii.ouiouti.r nuuif
POWER & DAULT0N
CIOAR CO.
MJLKKB1
MAYSVILLK, KY.
Steel City's Hoodoo Continues
The eteamor Steel City of the Pittsburg and
Cincinnati Packet Company ran aground at
Might Mile, nbovo Coney Island, at miJ
night Monday. Sbo carried rainy passengers
from several up-river points. No ono in
jured. In Cincinnati President Sterens of tho C. &
O., confirmed the report that a big hotel
costing about $2,000,000 will be constructed
within tho next year at White Sulphur, W. Va.
I SOCIAL If
J EVENTS I
Mr?. Dr. DeWitt I. Franklin very elegantly
entertained a large number of her friends
yesterday afternoon at bor lovely home in
Cast Third street. Four-banded oucbro hbs
the order of the afternoon and a delilghtful
nine-courso luncheon was served. Covers
wero laid for thirty people.
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S1ACKEY DICNLIl.
St. Patrick's Church was tho sceno of a
pretty and impressive woddlng this morning
wben Mr. Terrance F. Mackey and Miss Mamio
Diener were joined in the holy bonds of matri
mony. Iter. Father P. V. Jones officiating.
The bride was gowned in a handsome tailor,
mado traveling suit whilo the griom woro ibo
conventional black, and as they stood at the
altar taking the sacred marriage vows, pro-
sooted a beautiful picture of young manhood
and young womanhood.
The bride is tho accomplished and charming
daughter of Mr. Ueorgo Diener. The groom
Is the eldest eon of ex-Sberill and Mrs. James
Mackey and is na exceedingly popular and
worthy young roan. The attendants were Mr.
George Diener, brother of the bride, and Mr
John T. Mackey, brother of the groom.
The happy couple left on the morning C.
and 0. train on a bridal trip and on their re
turn will take up their residence In a pretty
cottage corner of Limestone and Fifth streets.
TUB Lkdgeu joins tholr many friends in
extending felicitations, a long life and a happy
one.
TO SLEEP UNTIL THE RESUR
RECTION MORN
Tho reoalns of the late Mrs. Thomas A.
Davis were tenderly and beautifully laid torost
yesterday afternoon in the David family lot, In
the Uaysvllle Cemotery, after brief, but touch
ing services, at tho homo, beginning at 2
o'clock. Rev. W. F. Taylor of Covlouton, a
former belovod Pastor and neighboc of de
ceased, delivered an eloquent sermon, which
was appropriate and helpful. Itov. M, S.
Clsrk, Pastor of tho First M. K. Church
Soutb, assisted and ended the simple servlco
at the graveside, which' was crownod and
covered by a bank of fljral and evergreens, si
lent but loving tributes ta this good and much
loved woman.
Following woro the pall bearers:
First carriage: C. C. Calhoun, II. C. Cur
ran and A. F. Curran; with the Paito'r, Hev.
M. 8. Clark.
Second carriage! J. Foster Darbour, E. A.
Robinson, James El. Threlkeld and U.W. Good
man. Thus endeth (he mortal years of a woman
who cheered the way of Ufa and whose carter
l a Uuting blsnlsg to hr bsresved family
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WEATHER REPORT
ItAIN TONIGHT
ABLY THURSDAY;
AND l'HOB-COLDER.
Monday Mr. Ira Nenoll bought tho Mary J.
Peirce property in Limestone street at Master
Comtnissloncr't) Bale for $2,301
Villago Improvement
Courier Journal.
Miss Gladys Wombat has painted a spray of
goldenrod on tho family nsh barrel.
Special Session
The Fiscal Court 'will convono today in
special session to tako action in safeguarding
and protecting roAdways in Msson county and
transact any other bjsiness that may bo
brought beforo it.
Baraca's Elect Officors
The Baraca Class of tho First Daptlet
Church elected the following officers for the
next six months:
President H. C. Karnes.
Vice-President Elmor Thompson.
Secretary James K Rodon,
Assistant Secretary Keefor Miller.
Treasurer William Martin.
Teacher C. N. Doltnger.
For Sale Second-hand maple flooring, good
as new; also 3-Inch pino and some heavy
timbers. Call on John A. Thomaa at Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
(Advertisement)
SffMIear James Whltcorab Riley's "An Old
Sweotheart of Mine."and "LlttleOrphantAnnle,
In doublo face Victor records 7Gc at
P. J. MurtPHY, tho Jewelers.
(Advertisement)
f When noeding dental work call on Cartmel
KVTIin I'ubllc E,-ilsrr, loral stnd Ions
(IUlniire'1'ltoiifNo. to.
Death From Negro's Bito
Stanford, Ky., October 8th Ed. Elam, 21,
s farmer, Is dead here from the effects of
rabies, which developed a few days aftor ha
was bitten by a Negro farm hand during a
fight two weeks sgn,
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and' Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo aro packing alt our staple drtiRs in sralcrt boxes, which as
sures you a strictly puro mid l'rrsh product. Kpsoiu Halts, llochollo
Malts, Alum, urmorlo, Cloves, Alsplcc, Cream Tartar, l'cppor, Uorlo
Acid and many moro too nnmcroiiH to mention are packed in scaled
cans. They never leak and show up tlno In your nu'dlcino chest.
MET Ufll I IAUC fi Til "Big Drugstore With
! WILLIftiWj S bli tho Little Priced
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- HEOHINGEH & OO.iuuu
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
FALL STOCK
In now ready for your inspection. All wo desire to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for tho needs
of the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
an excellent line ol Suits, Pure Worsted, Bluo Serges included, $12 to $15. For tho young and would sfsy
young man an elegant lino of Suits, comprising tho newest colorings and fabrics mado in English, Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are tho 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 be very popular.
"Bovh School Suits at big reduction."
D. HECHINGER & CO.
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Mnysvillo's Loading Clothing
Shoo Shop.
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and UU
Don't wait to bo entertained. Abont all
the fun yoa have in lifo is what you make
yourself.
Chief of Police Harry A. Ort Is attending
Circuit Conrt in Vanceburg today in the case
of the Commonwealth against Alva Beckett.
&TSmoka Maaonlan and La Tosca, 5 cents
Mrs. Elizibotb Thompson of Loesburg, Ohio,
formerly of Aberdeen, and Mrs Itena Robin,
son of Cincinnati, who bare been the guests of
Mrs. Lizzie lilatt for the past several days
I returned home yesterday.
Nothing withstands the cold breezes like a
young girl's white shoos. V
Thore will be no meeting of the LadiesAid
Society of the First Baptist Church this afUr
noon owing to the meeting at the Church at
3 o'clock.
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Rare Beauty in WINTER WAISTS
The season's beauty in garments has left its impression on waists and our showing displays the new
ideas in profusion. The best materials aid distinctive designs arc blended in delightful variety. Appropriate
vvaists for all occasions for wear with smart tailored suits for theater, calling, shopping and church.
Our silks waists afford a wide range in taffetas, messalines and exquisite chiffons in a score of models;
some beautifully embroidered, black and colors. $2.98 to $6.50. Tailored waists of silk and cotton, soft
collar and cuffs $2.50- Embroidered Voile Waists $1.25.
' 12k GINGHAMS 10c
The best known brands Barnaby and Anderson in a broad assortment that includes every color com
bination. We've never offered a more splendid bargain in cotton dress goods.
STYLE AND FIT ASSURED
We have eliminated the problem of fitting the "hard-to-fit." The system of special sizi ng solves the
uestion. If you are skeptical we will soon convince you. Suits and coats for stout, slender, short and tall.
Beautiful models. Some exact copies of imported designs. All at popular prices.
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If you are In doubt about doing anything,
don't do it, for tho doubt is right nine times
out of tenj
Major Watson was In the Police Court yee
terday afternoon charged with breach of the
peace. He was assessed $1 and costs.
All bsnks will be closed Saturday, October
12th. It will be Columbns Day.
Yesterday Thomas L. Gwan & Co. sold for
George King a five-room cottago in Second
street, just East of Limestone creek bridge, to
Mrs. M. Lester; consideration, $600.
-Now la the time to buy your winter
coal. Sea Dryden, Limestone street.
.
Mrs. Charles B. Tesrce fell from a stone-
wall in tha grounds surrounding her home in
the West End Monday morning and sustained
a badly sprained foot nnd ankle.
Globe Stamps!
Cost you nothing, but
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Jul git
lirlDpyoulotsof beautl.
ills.
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The weather is getting downright chilly now and it will soon'b$
absolutely necessary to be equipped with a suitable wrap for the
winter season. This will be a big suit year, but Fashion also calls for
long coats. This year's styles in both suits and coats are particularly
attractive. The cutaway or Norfolk effect is becoming to every figure
and the materials used are unusually pleasing. We have a large as
sortment on hand, but suits and coats are disappearing so rapidly
these days from the stock room into the alteration room that an early
visit to us is imperative if you wish to have a variety to select from. & '"
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