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GRAPE FRUIT, G060ANUTS AND THE FIRST
OF EVERYTHING IN MV LINE.
GEORGE H. DINGER.
MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
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A DELECTABLE VISION.
I saw a vision yesterday,
Detectablo to Tie,
Three women In a swell cafo
Had lately beon to chew.
They lingered jaat outside the door.
In confidential chat;
I gaxed not at the clothei they wore,
Nor on each etyllih hat;
No striking charm of shape or face,
Nor yot flirtatlooslwayj,
No show of lingerie or lace
Held my astonished gaze.
Each nomas stood with parted lips,
And unabashed beneath
A bat that could not qnlte eclipse
x She boldly picked her teeth.
Thn c!rl who masticates her wax
Is bad enough, In truth,.
But save my vision from the tax
Of her who picks her tooth.
Good pie served with hot coffeo or rich
milk by the ladies of Washington on election
day. Everybody come.
All kinds, all sizes, all qualities of Doors are in our stock rooms
and we want to sell them.
20 Per Cent. Off for Cah
On any door in tbo house. None charged to any ono at tbeae prices.
OHIO RIVER LUMBEK CO.,
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
"tsThelp you get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
Hunting 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 haven't what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
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. Wc would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
The funeral ot Goldle Mae Gardner will
take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from
tbs home of her grandfather, Mr. Amos Davia
In Forest ave&ue. Interment In Maysville
James Winslow, tevec-months-old Infant of
Mrs. James Alton, died yesterday
morning In Cincinnati. The remains arrived
here this morning and the funeral will take
place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
home of Its grandparents In Forest avenue.
Interment in Dethany Cemetery.
Ur. J. F. Kinsler of Covington, a native of
thls.clty, and brother, ot Mr. Will Kinsler, baa
accepted a position in the jewelry establish
tnant of CharJoe W. Traxoi & Co., as engraver.
Ur. Kinaler has bad a wide experience as a
high-class workman having held positions in
i the largest establishments In Cincinnati and this
ally. Ha Is cordially welcomed back to bla
oltMiome by nls many friends here.
) TAFT LEADS
A 'poll f The Ledger and Davis Printer
thAs morning resulted as follows:
Wilson x, ...3
Of the voters In the office: Tatt, S; Wilson
Si; Roosevelt 1.
Tfeeie are FANCY
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government roports show the steady
output ot coal during tbo last few
years bas made tbo dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
moro trado 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.
pf When needing dental work call on Cartmel
Ohio River Lumber Go.
HADLEY IS ACCEPTABLE
To President Taft As the Man
to Take the Place of
Governor Hadley ot Missouri, itwaB
learned, wi 1 bo perfectly acceptablo to
President Taft as his running mate
on the Republican ticket,
Tbo President made tbis clear to n
number of his friends,
National Chairman Hillea informed
him of the canvass of tho Republican
National Committee, which he had
made by telegraph, Mr. II i lies heard
from most of tbo 53 mombors of that
The general opinion now prevails
that the Republican National Commit
tee, when it convenes in Chicago on
November 12th, will nominate the
GEI3EL & CONRAD.
Fancy New York Oider, 2Go gallon. Fancy 8orghum Molasses.
COc gallon. Kingan's' brand of Pig's Feet, tbo very best; try
them, tbreo pounds for 25c, Swift's Brookfield 8ausago, very
fine; try a box; only 20c. You have tried tbe'rest; now try the
best Kar-a-van Coffee and Libby's Asparagus Tips.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bltlg.
A Million of Theml
Wo Imvt Just received two cnrloads of Clear ltcd Cedar. Wo bought
thorn when Mio prlco was low and wo will hcII them at the Lowest l'osslblo
Prloo. Wo also liavn Cypress and I'oplar SIiIiikIoj and wo aro overstocked
and forced to sell. BrliiK your wagon wltli you. Wo rim rantro price, and
will moro than meet competition. Come In and sue. And don't you forget
that now Is tho tlmo to get Shingles at
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Deering Machinery. Maysville, Siy.
A. A. MoIjAUGUIjIN. Ij. N. BKHAN.
Reserve your seats Tuesday for Neapolitans
Friday eight at High School. 10 cents, Wil
liams' Drag Store.
Mr. Edward Travis of Maysllck and Mlfi
Anna L. White of Germantown will wed Wed
nesday at the residence of Rev. Father Cavan
aagh In Mayellck.
Miss Dunn Continues to Improvo
Tbo many friends of Mrs. Mabel Dann, and
the public In general, will be highly pleased to
loarn that the report this morning from Wil
son Hospital, Is very favorable, that her con
dition Is Improved and her attendants are hope
ful of a complete restoration to her wonted
good health. An operation was performed
Saturday but tho ball was not found, and it Is
thought tho missile lodged on the other side
of the rib and will not bo disturbed.
Maysville's Oldest Pioneer Citizen
William Uolllday, one of this city's venora
bla and pioneer cltlzjos died yesterday morn
ing at 0 o'clock at the homo of his grandson,
H. G. Uolllday, in East Second street, Sixth
Ward, with the InGrmities due to old ae
In his 94th year past.
Deceased was born in Richmond, Vs., and
removed withhla parents to Uaysvillo when a
child and has since resided here.
From o mero settlement of blockhouses and
log cabins tbis old patriarch has witnessed the
growth of Limestone to ita present propor
tions of a modern, up-to-date city, with Its
superb Churches, school buildings, brick
streets, olectrlc street car sorvice and bost
water eystem in the United states.
Me was n good citizen' and highly esteemed
by all who knew him.
Ola wife precedod him to the grave years
ago, and among his surviviog grandchildren
three reside In this city Messrs. Deocher and
II. G. Uolllday and Ur. Thomas McDonald of
the East Had.
Funeral from bis late home this aftornoon
at 2 o'clock, with services by Rev. A. W.
Feltz, Pastor ot Sedden M. E. Church.
Interment In Maysville Cemetery.
MANY LIVES JEOPARDIZED
Reckloss Shooting in Market Street
Saturday night about 7 o'clock a shooting
took place near the corner of Market and
Third streets and that a number of pedestrians
woro not seriously wounded or killed outright
is a miracle, is at tho time the street was
thronged with orderly people doing their
umal Saturday night shopping or slght-seelog.
The brawl was between three men, moro or
under tbe Influence of liquir Jim Mills, alias
Morton, Ben Whiley and Joe Huber, the two
former colored, and the latter white.
Mills was the gunman, and after firing one
shot at Wbaley was promptly knocked down by
bis antagonist. Mills, on regaining his feet,
sgaln unllmbered bis artillery and fired three
more rounds, all of which went wild and did
damage In other quarters.
Thomas Black, colored, an Innocent by
stander, wis shot in the leg and bad to bo
taken to a doctor's shop for repairs; Andrew
Shumake, a young man residing lo Oklahoma,
8outh of Forest avenue, standing on tbe side
walk, had hla hat ahot off bis head, tbo bill
passing through the rim and cutting his bat
bind In two; another spent ball broko a large
plate glass In the show window of Crane &
Schafar's paint atore In tha South side of
Third street, lit. John MoAullff narrowly es
caping tbe leaden missile, as ho was standing
lo the atora door at tbs time.
During tho fusillade everybody ran for oover
bat thsrawera many hair-breadth Mcapes.
The eobUnti wars arrMted and tha mat
ter will ba thresh! oat la tbo Poller Cesit
Ikb aftms'on. ''
FAIR AND WARMER TODAY
The now Central Daptist Church at Win
cheater wan dedicated yesterday.
The annual autumn migration of European
song tirds to tho gold fields of America Is now
Tho woddini; of Miss Mary Reilo Hobsoo of
Frankfort ami Hoe'nn Perm Leary Carroll, U.
S. X , will lu solemo'zed this ovening at 8
o'clock in that city.
In the Conaiy Court last woek James How
ard of Sou'h R'ploy was awarded $1 damigos
agiictit W. II. Schweickart for the harm done
tho former's crops by the litter's chickens.
Mr p. A. F. Currnn, Mi:s Theo. G. Curran,
Mrs Faony R. Gltscosk and Miss Aliens Glas
cock spent Saturday and Sunday in Cincinnati,
where they witneetnod tbo dramatic spectacle,
'Tho Garden of Allah," and other attractions.
Tin: Public Ledger from now until January
1st, 1014, for $3.
No sooner do those slashed skirts seom to
be making fair headway in this country than
winter comes along and frettoa 'em op tight
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STILL THEY COME!
Another big lot of SUITS and
GOATS just received by express.
tfrKK& In this lot are some pretty Nor- 9HBfe?.
VP folk Suits. Come today, IPft
Suits $12.50 to $29. .
Coats $5 to $29
Dresses $4.98 to $25.
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BDon't forget the sale of tbe Judge
Wall property Monday, November 4'h, 2:30 p. m.
Tho Only Place in Muysvillo
To see a representative lino of Victgr-Vio-trolas.
Every stylo $1G, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, tho Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
The homo of Judgo and Mrs. John L. Whit
aker lo East Third streot, was the scene of a
most delightful dinner-dance last Frldiy oven
ing. The affair was given to tbo young folks
In tholr teons and was as beautiful as it was
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The first real freezes of tbo fall soasoncame
Saturday and Sunday morning.
Ooe way tbe farmer can help the good roads
movement along is by using wide-tired wagons.
Tbey prevent ruts and help In packing the
road bed. Southern Agriculturist.
We Have With Us An
Expert in Corsetry Direct
From Designing Rooms
of theWarner and Redfern
Models. : : : : :
This corsetiere has been trained by the designer of Redfern
Models, whose profession it is to EXPERT corsets and figures.
A purchase is not urged, we simply invite you to take ad
vantage of this opportunity to select a model for future purchase.
j0Now ia tha time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone streot.
The most select line of Red Seal records
ever In Maysville. November records also on
sale at Murphy's Jowelry Store. adv.
Mr. William J. Kachlay, formerly of Dayton,
now of Mayilxk, was tho purchesor of the
handsome R. M. Harrison home and farm near
Helena, tbo first of tho week, and not hla
mother ns we were at first Informed. Ur.
Kachley married Ulsa Helen Durke, a Mays
lick girl, about ayoar ago.
Confidenco is born of competence,
tho child to do his work well.
The very hl(jJient urarte of Gunpowder Ten
on the market,
POUND CANS . . . . OOo
IEAIjP POVND CANS . . SOc
O VA It TER PO UNJJ CANS . tific
WILL WRITE "AD."
WHEN NOT SO
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The first part of oee's life is spent in educa
tion, tbo second In exporinca that ia to say,
in disproving and unlearning all that one has
learned; in the third period one forgets both
and creates for one's self a fictitious past and
an improbable futurt).
A Canton (Kan. ),doctor has given up to
bicco after having used it for eighty-ono
A losing Presidential candidate-could live to
the end ot bis days on tho money i t takes to
The olectrlc railway miloago In tho United
States excoeds '13,000 miles, ownod and ope
rated by 1,300 companies, which transport
nearly 11,000,000,000 passengers yearly, using
over 90,000 cars and employing moro than
250,000 persons. Theao lines ropresent a cap.
ital investment of $5,000,000,000 with gross
annual carinas of about $500,000,000.
"Bio Drugstore Wffli
the Little Prtoe."
Maysville's Loading Clothing and
Shoe Shorn fkl
jffff-Smoke Masonlan and La Toaoa, 5 oentfl
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thomaj came In from
Maysvillo Tuesday afternoon. The former re-
turned Wednesday and the latter will spend
several weeks as guests of her motbor, Mrs.
Ziler. Mt. Olivet Advance.
A man who bas contracted tho borrowing
habit eventuirly losses tbe will to help hlmsolf.
The regular monthly meeting of the Mays
ville W. C, T. U. will be held at tLe City Mis
sion Rooms, Second street, this afternoon at
4 o'clock. Mrs. R. P. Moody, Sec.
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