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title: 'Daily public ledger. (Maysville, Ky.) 1892-191?, October 14, 1912, Image 1',
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1 am the Chief Hull Mooso,
Bulwark of liberty,
Of Mel sing.
Lanl whoro my fathera4io
I am thy joy an J pride,
From overy mountain bIJo
Lot my name ring, tify
Let muaic swell the breeze
And slog my policies
From sun to euo.
I love tby "rocks" andiyila"
That will supply My-AfttSi
I lore that job of Hill's
Instead of Dill, take Me
As Hoes of liberty;
Me, Me, I yell!
Then will our land be bright
With My progressive IlKht,
Protected by my might
And Bate from .
tjmrng adif ior Office Assistant
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
VJJION ST R ITT.
. Sn the Market For a
Tlicn Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
Tt.bas perlect working discs, fitted with dust prooi chilled
beariugs, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-incli tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat and keep drill from sagging,
direct pressure in icar of disc; a feature wc 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
1 "ofdrill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let
' ushw 'ou wnat tms d"" can d' anc n,rnsn J'011 witn tnc
names of a score ol satisfied users. One feature ol our drill
that puts it in a class by itsell and 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 people 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 Shoo Drill."
We Have Just Gotten
Fine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
CONTEST STARTS TONIGHT
$50 GIVEN AWAY
Ladlea and gentlomen, boys and girls, tho
Pastime Theater la going to givo $50 away on
FItlDAY EVENING, NOVEUUEK 15th, U12,
and you don't have to mako a guess or you
won't have to solvo any pozzlos to get tbla
money, either. All you have to do id when
you purchase a ticket at the box office, tear off
the coupon, place It in your purao and eave it;
tb n drop your admission ticket in the ticket
box, go into the theater and vbw tho beat
.moving pictures that money can boy, projected
on the screen by a flrat-claaa operator, through
aGundlacb Lena attached to a Simplex Un
chine. This means that Pastime patrons will
be getting all that oxperloncn and money can
give them and all for the email sum of 5 cents.
itulea Holder of thn lucky coupon must re
port In three day. Tho Pastime will continue
to make a drawing every third night until a
bolder oi the coupon bearing tho lucky number
Caution Don't let your coupons get too far
away from Uayaville. The drawing will be
mado at the beginning of tha first rboK"on the
evening of Friday, November 15th, 1912.
OLIVES OF ALL
Prices raugo from 10c n bottle
.hobbies. Oomo in and let us show you
jPhone 43. Hftiii
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the sternly
output of coal during tho last few
yenrs lins made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uulesB
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
f When needing dental work call on Cartmel
in a Full Stock of
MRS. ANNA BIERLEY
Good Woman With Many Children
Passes to Her Reward
Mrs. Anna Ulerley, mother of David DIerley
of this city, died at ber home at East Aber
deen Saturday morning about 8 o'clock. Sho
was HO yearp, 11 months and 20 days old and
was a member of the German Lutheran
Church of this city and had boen a kind Chris
tian lady up until her death. She was loved
by all who knew ber.
She is eurvivod by eight brothers and sis.
ters: Mr. Honry Ulerley and Mrs. Henry
Dersch of this city, Mlita Maggie Diorley and
Mrs. Caroline Fagan at borne, Mrs. Kate
Harara of Portsmouth, 0.; Mr. John Diorley of
Groenup, Ky., Georgo and Emila Dlerley of
Mt. Glload. She Is also survived by an uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hauck of
The fuaoral services will ttko placo at tho
resldouce abive Aberdeen this afternoon at 2
o'clock, with services by Her. Dr. John Bar
bour. Ilarlal in Charter Oik' Cemetery.
up, Our Olivo trado is ono of our
tho biggest, best , lot yon ever saw.
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Mcinz's Cream of Pea Soup,
Heinz s Celery Soup,
Heinz9 s Tomato Soup,
FOR SALE JIT 20c and 25c.
The Quality Grocer. I f PART IQU
Masonic Temple Bldfl. J v-. VrDL,lvjin.
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Slilnle, prloo $3 per tliouiuml, or our CytiroM Stiliiclc, price J3 5i ocr
tliouiiind. ou uuiit ii Composition roof we 1ivp Iho cxclus vu ncenoy for the N
Uoiml Itublier and tho N itlinial Sand biirfaco Price per njuari! for Hib KiiIiIht. I ply
I.10. 2 rly l f. 3 pl (I. Tit; tho Snud Surface, I ply II W. a ply tl 15, 3 ply Jl oj.
Tlih la trio beat composition root we hao icpii on thu market.
FOR PLANING MILL WORK nhSi!lr:t?;Bi;rl!o,,rkrtMi,ami
Impcct oumtoolc mill J on will loiuo your order.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor, Limestone ami Second Streets. 'Phone 5H9.
I gents for Deering Machinery. Maysvillc, Ky.
A. A. McIiAl'OHMN. T. N. IJKHAN.
M us Kosa Willi of l!ut Second street has
returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati.
W. E. Stallcup, Hen Marshall and itolort
Lloyd werere appointed Jury Commissioners
for tho coming year.
Banks Wore Closed, But Stato Na
tional Had Cash Roady
Saturday was pay day for Muson county
school teachers, but :u it nnj the birthday of
Columbus the banks wore all clo'tnl.
IIuwaTor, County Superintendent Jessie 0.
Yancey got In communication with Cashier
Sharp of the Stato National Hank and that
gentleman very kitdly and quickly bad $3,000
in cash tiken from tho bank vaults to Miss
Yancey's office, where tho chocks wero given
to the teachers ami tho cash paid over to tho
them on tho spot.
It goos without saying that Cashier Sharp
and Miss Yuncy wero given full credit and
thanks by tho teachers, who otherwise would
have had to visit the city again lodiy to get
Miss Yancey wus once a toacber bersolf and
is determined that their sal tries shall bo paid
Today UcKioley Hhods of Lexington,
County High School Supervisor, and Miss Yan
cey will visit the Minervt High School on a
tour of inspection.
FLAG MADE OF
Mrs. Abner Hon! Asks Vet
eran's Aid in Search
Prosontoil Bannor to Colonel Ston
er in 1863
"I rode boforo them when, a host, they
left for the front and tho Hag fluttered nboe
me; but thoso of thorn who returned after the
horrors of war came in scattered groups and
tho Ihg was gone."
Mrs. Abnor iiord of Mnysville, a quiet little
woman, told this to a group of survivors of the
Ninth-Kentucky Cavalry at the Confederate
Home. It is a story of a lost 11 ig and lost
cause, and the fhg was tha standard borne by
Jefferson Davis' last escort. Mrs. Iiord is
seoking to fiqd the silken banner made of
ber Bister's wedding dress but all her efforts
have boen of no avail.
Tho story goos back to the beginning of tho
war. Women of Bath county, when tbo
famous Ninth Kontucky roJo out to the war,
made a gorgoous banner for Colonel Stonor's
battalion. At the battle of Stone River this
flag was capturod and when the battalion re
turned in '63 it was without a flag. Silks
wero scarcodurlng those days tho trials of war
had brought economy, nnd even suffering, In
many a household but Mrs. Iiord, then Miss
Ellen Sanders and a very yonog woman, offer
ed to mako a banner. Ilor slstor'd wedding
dress served as material. Tho flig was pre
sented to the battalion. By tho side of
Colonel Stonor.'Mlfs Sanders rode at the besd
of tho column as it started out on its mission.
Above tho two fluttered tha bannor. In .the
fighting that followed, the flsg was lost. All
inquiries by Ur. iiord, though sometimes they
uneirlhed vague information, concerning the
flsg, wero fruitless. For years she has
sooght the banner. Friday eha agsin inquired
of survivors of tho Ninth Kentucky, bat sgjda,
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POWER & OAULTON
FA IK TODAY
Mr. and Mrs. H S. Dinker ind son, Vernon
A.ppent the t.ight here and loft this morning In
their nutopiobild en route homo to Catletts.
Socond W. E. Church, South
A large congregation wis ptesent at the
opening service of tha revival at tho Second
M. E. Church, Sou'h, laU evening. Ilov. J.
W. Simpson, the Pastor delivered on excollent
sermon Ho choso for his text, John 10-11,
or on "Tin Good Shepherd" Services will bo
hold each night at 7:13 o'clock. Oa Wednes
day aftoroooa at .'! o'clock their will bo a
meeting of the old p. op'r. A cordial invita
tion is extended to everyone ti attond these
Is the ideal rainy-day protection for the school girl. Envelops the child from
head to foot, and is as attractive and stylish as it is waterproof. It is made of Davy
rubberized cloth, with a roomy plaid-lined hood.
Willi Sou'-Wcstcr Hats for boys and girls
some, durable. Price S5.
Tho Mnpon Circuit Court adjourned Its Sep
tember term here on Saturday afternoon, with
a largo number of lases on tho dockot going
over until next term for vsrioue reasons. The
entire term was a slow, draggy affair and very
little business was transacted, duo to the at
torneys in the caie.
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Como and See Mo
Having bncomo solo owner of tho William
Mitchell saloon, I take this method of inform
ing my frionds and the genoral public that I
nm proparod to give thorn tho best of service
I handle only puro 1 quors, wine, boer and
cigars, Givo mo a call,
eod Gnonoi: Fisnirai
Siturday night residents in Forest avonuo
and Oklahoma wore on edgo during tho greater
part of tho ulghtby tha intrusion of a LolJ.tod,
whito marauder, Tho home of Mr. Brammer,
Georgo Vantine, Mrs. Anna Ginn and others
received calls from tho intruder. At tbo homo
of Mrs. Ginn tho bold villian was standing at
tho bedside when she awoke and was frighten
ed away by har loud outcry. Tbo fellow mado
good bis eseapo and he is yet nt large. l!o on
the watch for him and receive him with a load
In now rcitly for your inspection. All we desiro to say in this "Ad." is, wo have provided for the needs
of the multitude. Splendid Wearing SiiitH for tho economical, $7.50 to $10. For tho more lavish dreeuus
nn excellent line of Suit, Pure Worsted. Ulue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and would stay
young man nn elegant line of Suits, comprising the newest colorings and fabrics made in English, Semi
English nnd Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are the acme of the highest art productions $22,50 to $26160.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try oniin Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Hov Schnnl Suits nt big reduriion."
D. HECHINGBR & CO.
Autumnal tints are not as fine as uautl th a
yeir, but thero Is nothing wrong with tho
Mr. Iloyd Mtno has bought the ihl! home
stead, opposito V. V. I,ynch's proporty in
Third street, consideration, $1,000.
Bestyefte Slicker Coats
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Sm ana a0V bh bbsu frwMM?
Mr. Thomas Flynn, aged about 70, died
Saturday moruing at tho Almshouse from a
complication of disease. He was born in
Ireland but bad resided in thh city tho groater
part of bis life. Ho was burled yesterday
afternoon in Washlngtoa Cemotery.
Queen Louise in her day couldn't
purchase footwear at any price
equal in style and comfort to
what you can get here today in
this famous shoe named after heV
- rflnrVi;iiiT7Wlfcy SmJi. . .
SOME MOVING PICTURE, THIS
ItAUUNfiS, Wyo., October 12th. Twenty
convicts, led by the notorious Jim Dalton,
momlior of tho Whltnoy gang of bank robbers,
escaped through a broken fence In the pen
Itoctiary yard this afternoon.
Horses tethered in front of saloons were
seized by the leaders and bore them at reckless
speed through tho town and away to tho hills,
outdistancing tho guards.
The vci'u highest grade of QunjiotMcr Tea
on the market.
rOlXD CAXS .... OOe
HALF FOVNB CANS . . KOc
OVAHTElt FOUND CANS . A?5e
fgL f n WBLLiAWS & COw tha Little PrlraK
ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AVD
I -Snoka Masonian and La Tosca, 5 cents
William P. Moore filed suit in the Circnit
Court on Saturday for divorco from Goldlo T.
Moore. He alleges statutory grounds. Tbo
parties were married in this city in 1011 and
havo no children.
School Bag Free
With Each Cape
are of special double material strong, hand
iJ"Now is the lime to buy your winter
coal. Seo Dryden, Limestone street.
Mr. Charles Freund bus sold bis interest In
tho grocery business to his partner, Mr. Georgo
Dinger. Mr. Freund will leavo in two weeks
for tho South, where ho will spend tho winter.
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BOSTON TOOK FRIDAY'S GAME
Boston, Mass., October 12tb. Ovorcomlng
the New York Nationals today by a scoro of 2
to 1, the Bostons, pennant winners of the
American League, need but a single victory to
attain the world's baseball championship of
1912. Tbo world's series now stands, Boston
three gomes won; New York one, and one con-
Jbpet a tie.
More than 34,000 people saw the game.
Mnysvillo's Leading Clothing and
Tbo remains of Mrs. Ida Bricker Leedom,
who died several days ago at her home in Hon
roe, Louisiana, arrived here th!smorning and
wero conveyed to the home of her wther, Ur.
Henry Bricker, back of Aberdeen. Funeral
arrangements will be announced later.
Cott you nothlofr, but
bring you lots of bsamtl
GLOBE STAMf CO.