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Daily public ledger. (Maysville, Ky.) 1892-191?, October 12, 1912, Image 1

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WE ARE A U VR.
Tho Holy Gay of Armageddon
Wia ujragalnBt pretty tough sleddon.
When aekd If he'd win,
Ueaald with a grin:
"By Godfrey, I think I'm n deddon."
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pT When noeding dental work call on Cnrtmel
Nicholas county rcporte an average turkey
V.crbp this season.
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Mrs. Arthur F. Wood entertnined tho Wash-
ogton Literary Club Thursday afternoon.
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"COLUMBUS DAY"
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Will Be Observed Today By All
Banxs of Maysville
Today is recognized as a holiday nnd
i'the five banks will close nil day in
honor of the birthday of Christopher
.Columbus, the discoverer of America.
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(-. ? JLlluru Will uu uu iuiui mini Muintij
E?U. II. ......!.. nut nt ATni&ii11n nttil
Hp Uy bUU UU111CI O Will Ul iiiHjQUiib Mil"
mauy others will take a holiday.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coil during tho Inst few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are goiug to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out of debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
l'UIINK 143.
Persimmons are ripening and Are plentiful.
For sale A lot of empty boxes, all fixes;
also a lot of whisky barrels In good condition,
at a bargain.
CiiENGWETii's Ditur. Store.
lAclvcrtlstnient)
Wanftd!
tfoungXadtf for Office Assistant
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OHIO RIVER LUMBEtt CO.,
I'NION STKHKT. NKAK fiKCONl) ,
ii 'Mi i iiiiiii arogBgauK&ssfflfen
In the Market For a
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Heinz' s Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz9 s Celery Soup,
Heinz' s Tomato Soup,
FOR SALE AT 20c ami 25c.
The Quality Grocer. T f rARTIQH
Masonic Temple Bldg. J Ve VnDLlOfl
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar . Shingle, prlc $1 per thniismul, nr our Cyvrena Shlnulc price Jl5' per
tliouiiiiul It ou wimt n ('ompoiltlou roof we Imvn tlio evlusivn niieix fir the Nu
tlonnl Kulilier and Oiu Ntittciml Suntl burfoct'. 1'rloe per Htjuari for Hit Itiililx-r, I ply
1.10, 2 ply tUb, 3 i ly il.7 tliu Sum! Surfiice, 1 ply l 3S. 2 ply tltb. 3 plv 1 P',.
This It the ht'tt composition root we lme seen on tlin nmrkot.
FOR PLANING MILL WORK Vlii?ii'm'i are next" In tho nmrk"" call uiiii
Inspect our stock ntul )ou will leave your onler.
THE BBASON LUm&EfR &0
Incorporated
Cor. Limestone anil Second Streets. 'Phone 5 "S3.
Agents for Deering Mnchinory. MlnysvWc, Eiy.
A. A. MofiAUCIIfilN. Tj. N. 1U0I1AN.
UNION'MADE
HAND MADE
BEST MADE
Golden Glory
"Ui.oitiuutiJtV mum"
POWER &. DAULTON
CIGAR CO.
MAUEll-
MASIM.i:. KY.
Maysville at Paris
The Mayavillo Iligb School football to.im
went out to Paris thie morning for an after
noon gamo with the l'arlj Hiph School oleven.
Como and See Mo
Having become sole owner of tho William
Mitchell saloon, I take this method of Inform
ing my friends and the general public that I
am prepared to give them tho bait of service
I haudle only puro 1 quors, wine, beer and
cigars. Givo mo a call.
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-It Has pcriCCI WOrKlll? mscs, llliuu wiiu uusi uiuyi luiiicu
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
ispoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
(par with truss rod to support seat unci Keep arm ironi sagging,
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jgirecc pressure m i oar or aisc; a leaiure wu ukuiu iu mats.t;
'this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
and where other drills cannot be operated. A seat in center
Fpfdrill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let
show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with tho
names of a score oi satisfied users. One feature of our drill
that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all
Ber drills on the market is the '-Peoria Disc Shoe." You
SUL!t find the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, the
Eepria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow ihore
.wffeit to the acre after this drill than anv other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
ew reona Dise Shoe Drill.
j Have Just Gotten in a Full Stack of
Fine Baling Wire
Mike
Brown
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
r,. James Egnew, assistant manager of the
i Cohen shoe store, spent Thursday In Cin
cinnati on business.
L. Manchester Losos Aged
' Falher
Yesterday morhlnfc only a few minutes bo
bs Intended to board a train for Lexioc-
Hr. K. L. Manchester received a tele-
announcing tho death of his aged father,
Jabez Manchester, who passed away Thurt-
evening at hli homo la South Westport,
s.;at the ripe age of 88 years.
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re. cniidreD, three daughters anJ two
jonirsurviTe.
ICho aged gentleraam came of good pU
aritan stock and was born at Tlveston, It. I
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bare tho Interment will take place In one of
jemost noted camelerlea in that state.
tun Manchester left on the C. k 0a No. 2
teeterday Afternoon to attend his father's
uoorajj
BOSTON 3, NEW YORK 1.
New York, Octobor 11th. Tho Boston
pennant winners of tho American League
were victors today ovor the New York National
League champions by a score of 3 to 1 in tho
fourth game of the aeries. Tho Ited Sox have
two games and tho Giants one, the second con
tent having ondod in a tie.
Some UG.OOO people, jammed In the confines
of tho Brush Stadium today saw Simon-puro
basoball In a contest that thrilled Inning b
Inning.
The score:
Innings ' It. II. E.
Boston 0101000013 8 1
New York 00000010 01 0 1
HOW THEY STAND.
Clubs. Won Lost Pet
Red Sox..,., .2 1 .GC7
Giants 1 2 .333
RECTOR FIELDING'S SECOND
ANNIVERSARY
Tomorrow is the second nnniversary of Hev.
James II. Fielding'H acceptinco of tho Hector
ate of tho Church of the N'atlvity of Majsvillo
and IJr. Fiolding invites members of tho con
gregation and all others to attend the ser
vices Sunday morning, m ho will give a
brief nummary and account of his stewort
ship ns Rector.
Uector Fielding is much lovod nnd esteemed
by ouiiifdew, ai ell ct by hM parish
ioner, nnd it is to be hoped that he will re
main with the Upiscopil Parish here, Indefi
nitely. VERY EXPLICIT
The following order, iasueil by
Mayor I-ec, is self-explnnntory:
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II. A. Ort, Chief of Police Dear
Sir: Complaint having reached this
oflico that members of the Poli-c
Force of this city are in the hnhit of
filtering saloons for tho purpose of
drinking, This is in direct conflict with
one of tho city ordinances, You will
please instruct your Policemen that in
thu future this orninauco will bo
strictly enforced.
J. W. Lek,
Mayor City of Maysville.
Kmployoa of tho (loxerntrent Depots of tho
United Staes Army empjuyed after November
1st must enlist and will be eul jct to call in
timo of war.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIR TODAY
GOOLKIt.
AND SUNDAY;
Doop Interest in MoBtinas
The servlcea at Baptist Church last n'ght
wero vory Improsslvo and woro well nttondod.
Sunday Is to bo the groat day In tho rovival.
At 10: 15 Kev. Perrymin will spoak on "Giving
Up Benjimln." In the afternoon ho will spoak
to the mon of Uaysvillo and vicinity. Three
hundred men nro wanted at this service. Will
you be one7 Men, como out and make this tho
best sorvice of tho day. Tho Bubject for tho
afternoon service will bo "Living Abovu tho
Snake Line."
At 7 o'clock he will speak on "Why Aro You
a Fool "
Let ovoryono mako n ppecUl effort to como
out to nil of these services
CI.WPOOI,.
Born, Octobor 3d, 1912, to tho wife of Dr.
II. G. Claypoolo of Washington, a fine daughter.'
Wlll iiiutf-r for piiiillf-udon tuiiit bfl
IuiiiiIimI In IipDm-o 1 oYIim'U n. in.
Still UnldentifiorJ
Augusta Chronicle.
Tho romaina of the fifteen year old boy
found dead on the C. & 0. Kailroad one mile
West of Augusta on tho morning of September
10th aro still held, with tho hopo that the
parents will yot come to claim the body.
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo nro imekitiK nil our staple drtiKS In srnlprt Iioxph. willed ns
HiircBjoti a btrioily iuri and i'rcflli jiroiliict. KpHom Salts, ttnohclle
Salt", Alum, iirincrlo, Clnvps, AIhiiIco. Crenm Tiirtai', I'eppcr, Ilnrlo
Anid nnd many moro loo immcrouH to iiirjitlon me iiatkrd in scaled
i'iiiim. Tliey never Irak nnd hIiovv up lino In your nwfdlclnn chest.
"Big Drunstore With
the Littlo PriRQ.1'
COUNTY TEACHERS
$3,000 to Bo Paid Out Totlay y
tho County Suporintamiont
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County Superintendent if Schools, Jessie l ). '
Yancey todiy will py to the lenehi-M of U-1
on county tho sum of $3,000, same being tho
first allotment for salaries fur the 1012-111
school term. '
In now reuly for j-oiir inapection. All wo desire to say in this "Ad." h, wc havo provided for the needs
of tho multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
uu excellent line of Suit, l'ure Worsted. Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
voting man an elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings aud fabrics made in English, Semi
Knglish and Norfolk models, $1S to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are the acme of the highest art productions $22.50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the. latest shnpes and colors.
Try on an Englo Cap; they are very chic and will bo very popular.
"Bnv School Suitn at big reduction."
D. HBCHINGER & CO.
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Mnysvillo's Leading Clothing
Shoo Shon.
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Mayoh's Orni k,
city op May;
NOTICE
Police Officers: This communii.a
tion received thie p. m., (October 11th,
1912,) govern yourselves accordingly.
H. A. Out,
CJhSafjoi I'olice.
DOVER SCHOOL
Progressing Finely and Adopts
Manual Training and Domostic
Science
)UVES OF ALL KINDS!
gpf Prices range from 10c u bottle up. Our Olive trade is pfto of our
noebtar. Come in and let us ebon you the bieeeBt. beat lot you ever1 saw,
Hmlmz fmrm Ckltr Vhtrngmr, r M&wl
Miss Jesslo 0. Yancey, County Superintend
ent of Schoola, has returned from a visit of
inspection at our "Homo School" at Dover.
She displayed with prido a clssa of jelly
presented to her by the Domestio Sclenco class
of tho school, which Is up to tho standard.
Tho equipment for this department has
Loon loaned; also a work bench for manual
training.
Principal Uoachley has Installed his own
large chest of tools for tho uso of the school
and the boys are encouraged to repair all
broken desks, chairs, etc. They hare con
stracted a nice shelf for the dlnnor baskots.
The school Is miking a special study of
native trees and his on display several varie
ties of wood and loaves, a most helpful Idea.
A largo compass has been drawn upon tie
ctlllog enabling tho scholars to tell direction
at any time. Another advanced idea,.
Every evidence Ms shown that the Dover
School, under? Principal (laachley and Assist
'S'-&itajrt, Is fully up to the
Ur. J. T Kacklev arrive! home Thursday
after ppendinu a few ueeki In New York City
The teachors will 1 in Maysville today from purchasing n ChrUtmvi otnrk of good..
overy pirt of tbn county and this monev will .. , T . ... T ,
' ' ' I DB "ry Wl"'he,iit rutting short the graaj
como in with a welcome'nj it his hrenaome time , p3StUrage, and in some places stock water
siree nty rural teacher hss rrceived any pay. and wells and ci-Ucrni nro getting low.
ifSmoke Mnaoninn and La To.ci, Scents
Mr nnd lira. John Hawkins went to Mays
rill bst Friday on a vi-iit to relative?, an i
while there Mrs. Hawkins was taken very ill
with rheumatism and had to be brought homo
Mondiy in an auto. -Sharpsburg World.
Throe weeks from next Tuesday the national
election will take place.
Yeetorday was another warm day, the third
this week, which has made the average max!
mum 85 degrees in the shade; which Is unsea
sonably hot.
Is the ideal rainy-day protection Cor the school girl. Envelops the child from
head to foot, and is as attractive and stylish aa it is waterproof. It is made of navy
rubberized cloth, with a roomy plaid-lined hood.
School Bag Free
With Each Cape
PRICE
$2.98
iestyette Slicker Coats
With Sou'-Wester Hats for boys and girls are of special double material strong, hand
some, durable. Price $5.
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TTIN"T
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1912
Thero were 300 sizonblo fires in Ohio dur
ing tho month of August, which inflicted dam
age of $283 138. Highly of tho fircn were
due to lightning, with n lo of $100,840, nnd
39 were duo to carelessness with roatchos,
causing a loss of $!3,1C1.
Tobacco is selling at high notches In Mont
gomery. Arthur Jacobs sold his crop of
12,000 pounds at 1G cents
A farce of 1,800 rebels attacked nnd killed
all but sevontoen of a detachment of 127
Mexican Federal soldiers near Hermn.
jT-Si'Kow U the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
Mrs. Tillio Cooper of Hiett, 0., and Mrs, N.
II. Richardson of tho county aro spending a
few days with their brother, Dr. Henry Marsh
and family at Danville.
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You would like one of those $10 Ostrich Plumes for
$d-.9S you had better call today'.
Of new uits have arrived. Come today before the
best of them are sold. $12.50 to $35.
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