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SWEEi CIDER!
PUBLIC
GRAPE FRUIT, COGOANUTS AND THE FIR8T
OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE.
GEQR6E H. DINGER.
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MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
LEDGER
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You'll her an awful foes;
And half of ua will yell with joy
Aod half of ua will cuss.
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, pDon't forget the aalo of the Judge
Wall property Monday, November 4tb, 2:30 p.m.
(Advertisement;
Look in our show window, sample lino of
brass goods roach lower than regular price.
Boy now. J. T. Kackley & Co.
SPEPIAL OFFER!
All new subscribers and all those paying up
past dhea for The Public Ledgeu, and who
pay $3, one year's subscription, cash, will be
given the paper from now until January 1st,
1914.
This Is 14 months subscription. The sooner
you take advantage of this offer the better it
will bo for you.
Eight-page, double illustrated number every
Saturday.
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DOORS
PANEL DOORS
GLASS DOORS
All kinds, all sizes, all qualities of Doors are in our Block rooms
and we waut to sell them.
20 Per Cent. Off for Cash
On any door in the homo "None charged to nnv one at theso prices.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
Incorporated
I NIOX STUKKT.
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Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt-
iarW twilling time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
' help you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
rlunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamps, and in fact anything
you need. If we haveu't what you vant in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
of time.
HUNTERS
'Mike Rrnwn's is the Snnrtsmen's Headauarters
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FARMERS
Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to make our store your own. Come
in Buggy buyers-in-waiting, if you want some rare bar
gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money,
you can make the price.
money, just now, than the
THE SQUARE
fcthel Owens is now acting Private
t to City Superintendent of School,
Ity Gardener of Forest avenue, who
rj for Bevcral weeks with pnea-
. this morning. She was 9 years
with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Davis.
Lmaneisociety
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atAnimals Are Not Cruelly
.ted at Maysvillo on
Stock Sale
Days
on Cruelly to Animals De-
liimane Society will be rep-
ick Bales on Conoty Court
a atop to the alleged tual
s offered for sale.
ctlces are observed Imme
ten to bring the perpt-
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t cruelty to animals
unty, please report
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports aliowtho steady
output of coal during tho last lew
years has made the dealers puah for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uuless
you buy wisely.
MAY3VILLE GOAL CO.
I'llONK 113.
9'When noedlng dental work call on Cartmel
Ohio River Lumber Co.
NEAR SECOND.
Talks!
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We would rather have the
buggies. Come in.
Brown
DEAL MAN
Wews of
Gfo Courts
COUNTY COURT.
Yesterday George F. Campbell was ad
judged as Incompetent and John VV. S. Wed
dlo was appointed and qualified as Committee,
with 0. H. Adamson surety on bond.
On motion of Rosa Wood, mother of Charles
Wood, deceased, the Equitable Trnat Co., of
Dover qualified as Admiostrator of said de
cedent. There li mire Catarrh Id this leotlon of the
country than ml other dlieaiei put together, and
uutll the last few yean was supposed to be Incur
able. Kora grout many years doctors pronounced
It atooatdlteaieand proscribed local remedies,
aud by constantly falling to oure with local treat
raent, pronounced It Incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be aconstltutlonal disease and
thereiorerequlreiconitltutlonaltreatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.tf. Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, O. , Is the only constitutional oure on
the market. It Is taken Internally la doses from
lOdropstoateaipoouful, 'It actsdlrootly on the
bloodaodmucoussurfacesof the system. They
olTerone hundred dollars for any case It falls to
oure, Send for olroulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, V. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75 f.
TakoIIall'aFamllyPllliforaonitlpatlon.
ACKERS
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Fancy Now York Older, 2Cc pallon. Fancy Sorghum Molasses,
COc gallon. Kingan's brand of Pig's Feet, tho very best; try
them, three pounds for 25c, Swift's Brookfleld Sausage, very
fine; try n box; only 20c. You have tried tho rest; now try tho
beet Kar-a-van Coffee aud Libby's Asparagus Tips.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
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Shingles!
A tHilUon of Them!
Vo Iiavtjust received two carloads of Clear ltcd Cedar. Wo bought
tlicra wIipii.Hio prlco was low and wo will Nell thorn nt tho Lowest I'osstblo
Price. Wo also havo Cypress and I'oplur Shingles ntid wo arn over-stocked
and forced to sell. Bring your wagon with you. Wo guarantee prices, and
will more thun meet competition. Co mo lit and nco. And don't you forget
thatttiow is tho Unto to got Shingles at
THE NIASOM LUMBER CO.
Incorporated.
Cor Limestone and Second Streets. '.Phone 519.
Agents for Doering Machinery. fflaysville, Ky.
A. A. MoTj AUOII MN. I. N. HKIl AN.
Ira Newoll, Jr. held the number that drew
the watch at the Gem last night.
l! lis Resale Johnson entertained very de
lightfully on Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 in
honor of Mr p. Edward McDowell of Pennsyl
vania and Mrs. George Phillips of St. Louis.
The artistic rooms were doubly attractive,
decked with autumn leaves and "the last roses
of summer" and toflly lit by ehsded
candlos. Mrs. Phillips was the winner of an
attractive souvenir of tho happy occasion.
MASON COUNTY
Sunday-Schools Among
Awarded Pennant
Those
Paducaii, Ky., November 1st. Rain mar
red last night's session of the Kentucky Son-day-school
Association, bat tho enthusiasm
overshadowed the loss in attendance. Today
is tbo last day of the forty-seventh annual
convention, and, in the election of officer?,
J. H. Weaver of Louisville, who could not at
tend owing to illness, probably will be re-elect-fd
President. The next meeting place Is left
to the State Committee, which accepts in
vitations until the first of the year, but, ac
cording to rotation, Lexine ton la entitled to
the 1913 convention and likely will be select
ed. The social feature of the day was a visit
jo Jackson Hill sanatorium, Paducah's tuber.
culosis hospital, the ride being made in auto
mobiles. Counties that have paid their por
tion to the State Sunday-school work were
awarded pennants tonight. There were fifty
free from this debt, Mason county heading the
list.
The pennants were presented by General
Secretary George A, Joplin.
AFTERMATH OF SHOOTING
Miss Mabel Dunn Doing Nicely,
Although Badly Wounded
The unfortunate shooting and
wounding of 'Miss label Dunn Hal
lowe'en night by Mr. Beat Gault was
the subject of general comrcent in the
unity yesterday and was qreatly de
plored by everybody.
Miss Dunn, though badly wounded,
is displaying great nerve and fortitude.
The attending physicians used the
XRaya yesterday and found the ball
embedded in the muscles under the
shoulder blnde, which will probably
bo removed today.
The report from tho hospital this
morning conveyed tho glad intelli
gence of the patient having had a
restful night and was bright and
cheery and doing nicely,
The, parents of the wounded girl,
Mr. and Mrs. WE. Dunn of Nobles
ville, Ind., arrived yesterday and are
attending the bedsido of their daugh
ter. Miss Dunn's room at Wilson Hos
pital is a voritablo flower garden of
lovollneaa being tokens of lovo and
and sympathy sent by friends in this
city and elsewhere.
Mr, Joseph Best Gault, now in Jail
charged with shooting with intent to
kill, ie a kindly, pleasant faced goo
tlemtn. He is very much depressed
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C. CABLISH
Siting lbs!
Shingles I
Mr. Edward Hays
Ur. KJward Hays died at the home of his
nephew, Mr. John Mackey, on Jersey Ridge at
7:30 o'clock this morning. He was about 75
years old. He leaves one aistor, Mrs. William
Byron, of Charleston Bottom.
The fnneral will tako place from tha Cath
olic Church here Monday at 0 o'clock. Inter
ment in Washington Cemetery.
Cut Your Tobacco Suckers
Ml. Olivet Democrat.
Owners of land are making a groat mistake
in permitting tobacco suckers to Rrowafterthe
regular crop has been cut. Suckers draw
more strength out of the land than is needed in
the production of the main crop. Cut down
the suckori, or, better Btill, plow thorn under.
This fall may be a repetition of the fallof '81
thirty-one years ago. It will be remembered
tobacco suckers grew thrifty mjtil naarly Christ
before there was sufficient freeze to wilt
them.
COME IN MONDAX
Next Monday and continuing throughout the week, we will have an expert corset fitter here. Her si
nre yours for tho asking no charge. Come in and talk corsets to her. With her years of experience and trainu.o
she can tell at a glance what corset model will accentuate the good lines of your figure and conceal the poor. Fully'
fifty different models to choose from. Prices $t to S25.
The New Floor Conerings
If you are seeking distinctly new patterns, ar
tistic colors and unusual values for your money, you
should visit our Rug Department. You will find here
the best possible in the market for $10 or (or $40,
with many price levels between, each tho highest
grade ol its kind marked at the narrowest margin of
profit. Wo call your attention particularly to a
superior nine wire, seamless 9x12 foot heavy Brussels
rug loi $15. The colors are very good, the patterns
new and smart.
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The Public Lkdgkr from now until January
1st, 1914, for $3.
The King's Daughters of the Episcopal
Church will meet Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock with Mrs. Louise Bondel on Short
street
Another Big Day. Saturday!
Because we are going to give you nothing but BBAL VALUES. No bargains; onlyclean
fresh goods made by first-class factories, who sell their goods to good houses at Fair Prices.
If you are looking for cheap, shoddy goods, made to sell at "any old price," then DON'T visit
the Bee Hive.
Suits and Cloaks
Our New York office is situated in
the heart of the coat and suit district
on Fifth avenue. Our experienced
buyers are daily sending us the new
models as soon as they appear.
Coats, $4.98 to $29.
Suits, $1?,to 529.
Dresses, $Ato $25.
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At a meeting of the City School Doard on
Thnradayenlng, Mr. William Outten was
electod custodian of the Forest Avenue School
Building to fill the vacancy of Ur. Charles
Cooper, deceased.
PRESIDENT IS COMING
BACK HOME TO VOTE
He Will Remain to Hear the Re
u turns at tho Taft Rosidenco
President Taft will coma to Cincinnati to
vote next Tuesday. He will stay until after
election with his brother, Chsrles P. Taft.
The President will receive the returns at
the home of his brother, as he did last flec
tion night.
Special telegraphic service will be Installed
to Insuro quick delivory of the returns.
He will In all probability spend a few days
there with friends and relatives after the
election is over.
.-TT. KEOKEIISrCS-ER.
Let Us Call Your Attention to a Number'of Special Bargains in
First-Class Merchandise !
We put on sale Saturday morning $2.50 Corduroy Pants, $1.85. The best $1.50 Jeans rants in
town, $1.20. All-wool Cassimere $2.50 and $3 Tants, $2.25. Extra heavy Dalbriggau Underwear, 45c.
The celebrated red label High Roclc Fleece-lined Underwear 45c. The best $2 Coat Sweater in the market
$1.50. The beet $15 Raincoat in tho market $10. Splendid Work and Driving Gloves, 50c, 75c and $l.i
Our $10, $12.50 and $15 Overcoats are wonderful Bargains. Tho number we sell proves it. The biggceJ
hue of Children's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats in town. Suits $2.50 up. Overcoats $3.50 up. Sco tho
hand80cie belted military Collar Overcoats for the youngsters. Don't overlook our Shoes, tho only houso
that Guarantees its footwear.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
A big flock of wild geese psssed over the
city going South for the winter last night.
At tho Tobacco Men' Association last night
It was decided to open the Loose Leaf market
Tuesday, December 3d. There will be sales
every day except Saturday.
jJNow Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Advertisement)
The most select line of Red Soal records
ever In Mayeville. November records also on
sale at Murphy's Jowelry Store. adv.
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Children's Rain Capes,
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98.
Ladies' Rain Cpats,
$2.98 to $10.
Blankets Cotton or wool; the size
and price is ori'the ticket.
49c to $7.50.
Nifty New Hand Bags Black and
colors. Grand
Value, $1.25.
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WEATHER REPORT
FATR TODAY, COLDEKjSUNDAY
FAIR, WARMER,
The Only Place In Muysville
To see a representative lino of Vlctor-Vlc
trolss. Every style $15, $25, $40, $G0 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
tfing tfang
The vct'u hifhest fjratlc of Gunpowder Tea
on the market.
POJJNIt CANS 90a
haijF rovxn vaxs . . aoc
QVAKTEIt l'OVSl CAXS . 85c
M. F. WILLIAMS &
After Louisville Ball Club
William Neal of Louisville, President of tho
Blue Grass League, hat gone to St. Louis to
make William Grayson an offer of $100,000
for the Louisville Bsse Ball Club. He is
acting for local capitalists.
Your Little Girl's Coat
Is here waiting for her with all the style, accurate
cut and careful finish to be found in our most expen
sive coats for women. The prices match the little
girls in statue $2.50 to $12.50.
An Attractive Finish
To complete the new suits we have just received
some very pretty chiffon waists. The popular prices
2.98 to 6.50 make it possible for every woman to,
complete her new suit with a stylish waist to match. N
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Mrs. G. M. Phillips of St. Louis, who has
been visiting relatives and friends here for
several weeks left today for her home In the
Uound City. She was accompanied as far as
Cincinnati by Miss Nannie M. Wood and Mrs.
C. W. Porman.
Why Printers Leave Homo
Nepspaper errors are maddening. In Thurs
day's Ledger in the first lino of Mrs. 0. L.
Wood's charming poem on "Indian Snmraor", '
the first lino should liavo read "When thV,
breath of tho dying summer," Instead of "When
the death of the dying summer.
Mistake's will happen, be ono ever so careful.
Sea
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'Big Drugstore WTtti
tho Little Prkxk
& OO.tau
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing and
Shoe Shop
&Smoke Masonlan and La Tosoa, Goonts
George H. Brodt, a son of Mrs. Rosanna
Brodt,ind a brother of Joan J. Brodt, of West
Union, is the head of the new Brodt Shoo
Factory at Portsmouth, capitalized for $150,'
000.
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Wet weather is a bad time to let stock run
at large.
Pineville's handsome now opera house build
ing, etected at a coat of $30,000, will bo
opened Monday night. It will be known as
the Lyric Theater.
SHOES
Smith says: ''Tell the ladies we '
havo got 'em' Of course, he means
those Tan and Black Button Shoos
that the ladies are bogging us for.
Juat received by expross, 150 pairs,
but il you want a pair you had better k
come in a hurry.
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