Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Daily public ledger. (Maysville, Ky.) 1892-191?, October 11, 1912, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
4 . '
WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW
rmZZL --afAsaaaaaaaalafciajiisSa J
ITTl IF fT' I r minirnr -p"n ir-r" ? -MfaTC':-,; ..
iKfyrf3vr "' v ' 1 " . ' V ' u . ''-- :.?
8 HBinMBJV'inBiB'vHjvHKflk. H HhBbB
K&- - $
M . !-
,' V t !
. ( )
WPC i m
MAYSVILLE. KY.. FIUDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1912
Otfff COPY ONE CENT.
One upon a time a man Inrentedacommor
sense bat for a woman. It contained no ding,
bats, dornlcks, curlejques nor colljwobblef,
vwu guaranteed not to scare hones, ooat only
60 cants, aod required no swords to bold It in
place. Ue stirred to death.
1912 Crop is Excellent
Area Harvested This Year 20
Per Cent. Greater
Yield Reaches a Total of 949,993,
'from Knqutrer'a Summary.
While it will be n record-breaker
the tobacco crop of the United Blfllcp
has kept pace with wheat, corn and
other crops in 1912, And the
: yield will be considerably in
excess ot Inst year. Both the acreage
and the total production will not fall
far short ot the big production years
of 1009 and 1910.
. NeVer before in the history of the
tobacco crop has the weather through
out the entire tobacco growing region
been so favorable to the proper growth
and early maturity of the plants.
After a somenbat late start in ce tain
sections, notably the burley belt of
Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, a
splendid growing season was en
countered up to the time of harvest.
Gutting was completed earlier this
year than usual, practically the en
tire crop being safely housed by
October 1st. Only in scattering sec
tions was the crop slow to nuture.and
it is probable that not more than 5 per
cent, of the crqp remained unharvest
ed October 1st.
THE TOTAL PHODUOriON.
Calculations based on The En
quirer's thorough canvass of all the
counties of -Kentucky, Ohio and In
diana and tho important tobacco
growing regions of every state pro
ducing tobacco for commercial pur-
3E 'Aiftfeb4ieK I
mb7 efr F iGB ll
evt - i')-- A
5 Restores color to grey or
faded hair; Cleanses, cools
and invigorates the Scalp.;
3 Removes Dandruff-there-by
giving the hair a chance
to grow in a healthy natural
way and stopping its falling
out. Keeps hair soft and ,
glossy. Is not 8 dye.
$1.00 and Mc at Droi Store- or direct
upon receipt of price and dealer' name.
Send 10c tor tml bottle. Phtlo Hay
Specialties Co.. Newark, N. J., U. S. A.
KEEPS WJ LOOKING "YOUNG
No. 4--OUR AIM IS TO SERVE
For Rale mad HomuuiIetl by
T. J. Chenowrili.
Matinee and Night.
ARROW MAKIR'S DAUQHTER
FaalutUK Pearl White.
Al TKFFATE8 decreed
A DAY OFF
Matlntfe's da()y 2 to fi. Last show
promptly at 4 (or lohool children.
poses, indicates a total yield this year
of 919,993,500 pounds grown on an
area ot 1,055,832 acres. Last year's
acreago totalod 811,689 acres, produc
ing approximately 742,060,500 pounds.
This is an increase of 178,143, or 20
per cent, in area, and a gain of 207,
933,000 pounds, or 27 per cent, in
yield. The Government's figures
for 1911 gave an estimate of 1,013,000
acres, and 1,366,000 acres in 1910.
The official estimate of the production
the past threo years was as follows:
1911, 905,109,000 pounds; 1910, 1,
103,415,000 pouuds; 1909, 1,065,765,-
000 pounds. From these figures it
will be easily seen how close to the
tecord crops of 1909 and 1910 the pre
sent crop will approach.
KENTUCKY MAKES BIO (IAIN.
Kentucky, the largest tobacco pro
duction section in the world, this year
raised an area of 353,560 acres, yield
ing a total 314,867,500 pounds, a
clear gain over last year of 90,995
acres in area planted and an increase
of 72,472,800 pounds, or 21 per cent,
in production, Tho planting season
was delajed somewhat by inclement
weather, but the crop came to early
maturity because of a Bplendid grow
ing season throughout the summer
North Carolina, which ranks sec
ond among the largest tobacco-producing
States of the country, this
year reports a harvested area of 210,.
000 acres, with an estimated yield of
147.000,000 pounds. The quality this
year is said to be a shade inferior to
that of the 1911 crop. The yield per
acre, however, was heavier. The out
look is most encouraging for an ad
vance in price for the 1912 crop.
INTHK BURLEY MELT
In tho burly belt conditions at
harvest were much more satisfactory
than had been anthipated earlier in
the season. Many counties which
planned to put out a large acreage
seemed handicapped at planting timo
by unfavorable weather conditions and
in some sections scarcity ot plants,
At the time The Enquirer's spring
canvass was made it seemed inevita
ble that the intended area would have
to be reduced. Much of the crop was
planted late, however, and made such
rapid growth that it was cut almoat
Tho ACCESSIBILITY of its officers Ib one of tho features of this
Company's business which can scarcely bo too strongly empha
sized. An impression is apt to exist among. depositors iu any banking
institution that tboy niay never have any business within its
doors except when depositing or withdrawing money. This is at
least not the case. in the offices of this Company, FOlt ITS AIM
13 TO b'eRVE.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
simultaneously with tho earlier plant
ing. Reports from practically overy
county in the burley belt indicate not
only a largo yield, but a decided im
provement over previous crops in
quality. Many sections claim the
best; crop ever raised. A conserva
tive estimate of tho area of burley
tobacco harvested this year may be
given as follows: Kentucky 173,736
acres, Ohio 21,067 acres, Indiana
10,598 acres, West Virginia and scat
tering seetions, 10,000 acres: total
215,401 acres. The harvested acreage
in 1911 was 183,089 acres, making an
increase this year of 82,312 acres, or
17 percent. The harvested burley in
1910 was 284,000 acres; 1909. 254,897
Based on the average yield in the
various counties a total of 205,131,
000 pounds ot burley tobacco is in
dicated for 1912 Laet year the
total production was 174,185,700
The average of 1911-12 and yield
in Mason, Floming, Dracken and
1911 1912 Poundi
MaioD 5.500 5.500 4,950,000
Fleming 4.500 4.500 5.400.000
Bracken 4,000 5.500 6,500,000
Lewla 4.000 4,000 3,600.000
Quality ot 1912 crop:
Mason Growers say this year's
crop best ever grown in county. Fine
texture and good color.
Fleming Fine crop. Mostly all of
it is curing in splendid shape. Better
color than usual. Undoubtedly fincrt
crop ever raised in this county.
Bracken The 1912 crop is consid
ered one of the finest in quality, size
and condition ever harvested in this
county. Color is very bright.
Lewis A good quality, crop curing I
Captain Ball of tbe Sixth United Statea
Cavalry, located at Dea Moines, Iowa, apent
Wednesday here the guest of Mr. L. T. Ander
ion of Polnt-au-Vfew Stock Farm.
From the Uatette.
Hulla Knapp of UaTsvllle visited here Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. J. D. Muse of Uaravllle and Mr.
Sophia Bodge ot Seattle, Wash., are visiting
airs. Preston WelU came up from Mays
villa Saturday to visit Morris Atkln and
A MARRIAQE OF CONVENIENCE
LOST A HUSIAND
IN THE JAWI OF THE FRONT DOOR
There li nrnre Catarrh In this aeotlon of tbe
oountry than nil other diseases put together, aod
until the lait few yeara was auppoted to be Inour-
able. For great many yeari.doctori pronounced
It a local disease aud preiorlbed local remedies,
and by oonttantly (ailing to oure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Solence hai
proven oatarrh to be acomtltutlonal disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J, Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, O., li the only oomtltutlonaloure on
the market. It li taken Internally In doles from
lOdropstoateaipoontut. It actsdtreotly on the
blood and in ucoui surfaces ot the ayitem. They
offerone hundred dollars for any caie It falls to
oure. Send for olroulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Take Uall'sFamlly Plllsf oroonltlpatlon.
M. C. RUSSELL CO.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Mow Located at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second 'Streets,
Is now ready for business, with a corps of ofllcient architects,
engineers, etc, with competent workmenship. best of materials,
and will contract to build from the very smallest to the greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager. Irj
Ulasea Elizabeth Qaalntance and Llda Rich
eaon of Uaysville came up last Wednesday
to be the guests of Ulia Edith Ucllvaloe at
tho latter'e homo on the Elizaville pike near
Roy K. Dudley was in Uayavllle one day
last week with his auto to meet Gordon Craig,
who came In from Chicago to visit Mrs. F. J.
Eluenken and the family of A. R, Amos. Mrs.
Elaenken, Mr. Craig and other yonng people
have been gaeats at the Park Lake cottage of
Sam P. Dudley and wife aevoral days.
Allen Jenkins ot Manchester and Sadie
Stagner of Maysvllle were granted a marriage
license in Cincinnati Thursday.
MARJORIE'S DIAMOND RINB
HIS SECOND LOVE
Souvenir Matinee Saturday
afternoon I: SO.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS
Mrs. R. N. Applegate went to Ripley, Ohio,
Monday afternoon, where she went to attend
the funeral of Miss Tommle Eckman, which
too place there there Tuesday. Miss Eckman
It will be remembered visited hore several
yearn ago at the Applegate home. She went
West for her health and died In the city of
Denver last week.
Having decided to quit farming, I will offer at
publlo sate, on my farm at Helena Station, on
October 16th, 1912,
- "7 NOTICED THAT
Srti I THK BIGGEST
X ifur I man est
CBR THAT'S WHAT
aW I UADE THEM 1110.
Modern Plumbing, Stiam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas Work a Specialty.
Handle Only the Best of material.' Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas titovai
and Ranges, All Sizes of Saner ripe.
FOR MAYSVILLE PEOPLE
MAYSVILLE CITIZENS' EXPERIENCES FURNISH
TOPICS FOR MAYSVILLE DISCUSSION
70 bead of thoroughbred Southdown ewes
Lot of Jersey belferi.
1 heavy farm team,
I pair of 6-year.old mulct; good ouei.
I three-year-old drlvlug mare.
1 brood mare.
1 yearling ally.
3 iuckllntf colts,
1 Duroo boar.
Lot sows and plei.
3 har frames.
I dump cart.
3 dlio narrows,
t drag harrows.
1 three-horse Oliver break plow.
3 break plows.
8 riding cultivators,
1 oorn planter.
1 heavy Iron roller.
And other Items too numerous to mention.
TERMS OP SALE-AI1 suets uuder 110 cash
In hand; over, negotiable note payable In bank.
Sale begins at 10:30 u. in,
The following experience occurred In Mays
vllle. A Maysvllle citizen relateB It.
Similar experiences are occurring dally.
Maysvllle people are being relieved.
Getting rid of distressing kidney Ills.
Trying Doso'a Kidney Pills the tested
Uayavllle people testify, Maysville peoplt
The evidence Is home evidence the proof
Maysville testimony Is gratefully given.
Maysvllle enfferera should heed It.
W. P. Lynch, 127 W. Third street, Maya
vlllo, Ky.,aays: "Doan'a Kidney Pills are a fine
medicine. My kidneys were weak and tbe
passages ot the kidney secretions were scanty
and painful, ilaviog used Doan'a Kidney
Pills before, I again got a box and their use
quickly restored my kidneys to a normal con
dition. I continued using Doan's Kidney Pills
and they completely relieved me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Poster-Ullburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and take no
Buy Your Coal Now
While prices are down and the suppjyj
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;- .
OOO bushels in our yards. BUY NOW. t
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. Mcmniel $ fy.
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
Confidence begets confidence; and the confidence we have in
You will have when yru ha,ve given thorn a thorough trial and
demonstrated to your entire aatisfastion that they are what we
claim them to be.
trmtwnrr y&f .v,. simau ... w.v
VC Thrnnr. Harolp "
Wine Cod Livir Oil
ARE GUARANTEED PREPARATIONS
Thus. J. Chenoweth,
THE Jtess STORE..
W. H. ROBB.
m ..: t : : s : r j : : 1 1 : : : : : : t : 1 1 : : : t : : : : 1 1 1 1 : : t : 1 1 : : 1 1 : t : : : r t : : t : : t : : : : : : : : t : : t : : t, : : 1 1 : j : : r t : : t t : t s t : : r :..
FORCED - TO - SELL SALE I
Entire Stock of The Star Clothing House Placed on,,Sale Beginning
October 5th, 1912, and Continuing 15 Days Only
Money must bo raised and creditors must bo paid. A mighty tidal wavo of unparalolled bargains. All of
our CL0THIN6. SHOES, HATS, GAPS, FURNISHINQ GOODS, TRUNKS AND VALISES " new up-to-date and
stylish, having been made for this fall's trado.
We dofy any merchant in this town to meet our prices on any of our goods in this announcement. We
could not begin to do it without-taking a groat loss. Gomo early and got bargains beforo they are picked over.
Of Fall Footwear enables us to offer a selection of Shoes and Rubbers that will
please the most critical. Anything in footwear you may desire at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
Our stocks arc complete in every detail. Never before at the very beginning of
the season have we been able to offer such remarkable values. You don't hear
anything about the "high cost of living" here.
You Save Big Money by Buying Your Shoes at Dan Cohen's Big Bargain Shoe Store
A PURCHASE OF MEN'S NEW FALL FOOTWEAR ' ..
A manufacturer's need of cash enables us to put on sale hand-sewed shoes, in tho
very latest toes, at prices less than one-half their true value. i values $1.99.
Ladies' Shoes in Tan, Velvet, Gunmetal, Patent; every size, every width; special,
wonderful values &L S2.49.
Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leathers and in this fall's newest styles, buttoj
and lace. S3 values 81.49. 1 '
Misses' New Fall Footwear in all leathers, regular height and extra high btfots.
$3 values $1.49.
Misses' and Children's Excellent School Shoes. Lace and button in gunmetal
and Vici. 2 values 99c.
Men's High Grade Shoes in Tan, Gunmetal and Patent; made in this season's
newest models, including the new raised toe, and the low receding English style. $1
and $5 values $2.49.
Boys' New Fall styles in all leathers, $3 values $1.49.
Men's Dress and Work Shoes in all leathers, plain toe or tip. $2.50 values $1.49
Boys', Youths' and Little Gents calf and satin calf shoes. $2 values 99c.
Children's Vici Kid and Tan, button and lace; wedge heol; sizes 3 to 6, 85c
ALL KINDS OF FELTS AND RUBBERS
A. " "IB'
The Star Clothing Co.
In A liT OsttllaniiT W H MftQttci !
m 1 1 1 1 1 n r ; " - .-
.z9 mm'M f-m 11 m 'Bm m m m m j 1 1 vi a n o tr m
f!saaWHR&iffl8W3tewKA Jliw- 'fHBam