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:4.'-& Ia4-aa. SPECIAL CASH PRICE :I
stifer public ledoeh-um.
Tho "Merry Widow" hat liaa jut reached
"-China. Nowon-iertho Chilatian religion haa
been bo long Id fiottluu therr.
ouy a barrel or alpha huuh. Flour Will be ' ?m
Higher. Good for On.yJThis Week. . '$m
. - - M. C. RUSSELL CO. .
MAYSVILLE. K1L. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER (J. 1912
OiVJST COPY ONE CENT.
Australia has norer had u war, amino or
REPORTS :0F 30.000 CASES OF i KIDNEY
TROUBLE, S3ME OF THEM UN
Ilich of some G.000 nowspapors of the
United State la publishing from wook to
week, names of people in ita particular
neighborhood, who had med and recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills for kidnoy backache, weak
kldtioye, bladder troubloa and urinary dis
orders. This mass of proof includes over .'10,.
000 testimonials. Maysville is no exception.
Here is ono of tho Uaysvlllo casos.
Mrs. John Wallingford, 103 Commerce
street, Maysville, Ky., says: "I fin glad to
confirm thu testimonial I cave in 1900, recom
mending Djan's Kidney VtUt. Several of my
neighbors have been curod of Kidney trouble
bj this remedy, and a member of my family
was alio curod of a serious case of Kidney
complaint ky ita use, utter other modlclno ha
failed, Every once in a while I got a lux of
Doan'd Kidney Pills at J. J. Wood & Sun's Drug
Store, and ue them. In this waj I keep my
kidneys in proper working order and ward o'T
any kidney troubles."
For sale by all dsalors. Price f0 cent".
Poster-Mllburn Co , Buffalo, New York, solo
agents for the United Statos.
Remembor the name Doan's an! ttke no
Ninth District Educators Will
Meet November 15
Prof. Bradner and Miss Yancey
to Speak For Maysville and
MARY LOUISE CROSBY;
iBf Air v
V- 7i-Y3 Adfittirmrnti umfi
jyo ifiaigc! ,,,,, ,.r a,;
Z. : "'i li mtiit," ".WimfiAj
Minted," "Lost" on.l "lhnnd," nnd not i int. linn
three line In length, met lit I In it .
Oii'Xo Iluolnc. AIt-i im'I.ii'H!u llt-anlci!
7 a itu en till tn r-ome thr fit i! time, v e In i ttr n
mimy repetition! tit n e lireeiwryto i, eurr u tint iu
adrertite for. ll'e xetth nJi rllteri to feel tli Ut'iei
ienotlniiotlngo,t utbu uitnp our free rc.nuiiiT.
IW.Ailitrttieri whT furnlih eapy.utii I r I,
left at the iifflee or lent by mull.
TJff 1'VIIUP LEDGER,
o. 10 i'ait Thtul fitrctt.
Adrertltement! umlrr thlt Uciillnp.not exceedlni
flvt llnet, 10 eenli eneh insertion, or to cent! a week
WANTKU-iIKM'-Apply to MItS. WOOD
tO.S TAl LIIGH.
WANTED Hie pnrl iliit look Mcjo'o from
In front of r.ilscoul Utmrli I in tienlus
t Knonn. If heel Is returned It will sae tron
lile; otlu-rwisctlie police wilt be culled In.
"70MKN A uionej miKer. Guariinlcid Hoi-
' lery. Our proiiosltlou bents oil olbcts.
10 per (lay Write ImniedlHlelv. ut'AKnit
Cim .MILLS, 31 South blteerith street, l'li.Ia
delphU. I'ii ci- 31 let
WANTHD-noM.-TOP DEbK-Apply nt this
QlHcD. q.jiIII in
i.nnnln('""J")"llM' Apply tr. Mr AIINI'.R
WANTED - SnUON'D-HAN'D IH.OTHING
For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles cloaks, uudirwear, white underskirts, etc.
Also will buy comfotti, lit inlets nnd shpets
Will call at homes. .1.11 IIUADl'OitD, 2 llasl
Vront street. M'lionu-iiri, junl ly
ntllE J. T. MACICKY TIJANsl'ER COMPANY
-. will move anything nuy lime nny place.
OlIlooOeorKe W. Chllds clRiir stand, 4 West See
ond street, Muysvllle, Ky. 'I'lion 1(5. Je5 ly
AdvqrtUtnenl! im.ifr ;'! hratlintj.twt exeeedlnt
lw llntt, lOcentt cue", insertion, or to caxti iiimt
Irion KENT-HOI 3E-Apply to MRS. WII.
! MAM liAfiLEY, l,!iidy utrut. or LEON
juwia iiai.i.i.i, Mnrkei itreei.
JriOU REST-FURMslIED ROOMS-At 317
(,'herrv strtct. nov I at
I7IOR I!KNT-PLAT-0f three rooms and hall.
. Deslrublu location Apply at lit East b o
QjulstHct, Ktstof LlmestoiiBSttCPt. oclJI lw
Adltrtiitmsnti Hmtrr tht AT.fii m mM....
Mt Untt, 10 eenti eueh inter lion, or SO cent! a wee
ir...0.1il;.Jb.J,6nilltl liuntor. l'rlce III'. W. T.
TIIOMl'SO.N, Cart's Ky. nor. .it
idl4rtiA1ttitlt lil.rlr t Ml AaJiiii k..r.. n ..
tut adiertltcr! mutt nrnli'i the eofy.
Of l'ostal Tele
LOST-UROWN VKLVEl'-PaskuRo contain.
Ing brown vehel.botweonSulton stnot and
lowers et Third strut. Return to Mrs Joseph
Crawford. novl lw
'.' T .OST-ONC COCOA DOOR MAT- Tnkeu from
Wt ; . .Powli of my resldouce in button slrect Hul.
. 1hL J?r,,8,'i' 1; tide pleaso notify MRS. SLDDUTII
$W JiTttAYKD-COW IVom Perry's farm on the
M i lyVo?o?tdef """" mW$
K&; ... Found.
Advertisement! under this hn,ttm in.-ti ...
hut eidiertluri must furniih the etyy,
371017 M) -OREEN SETTEEThrown over In
.' my yard on Itillowu'eii Ovrner oall and
pot same. MRS. JOHN POWER, East Third
ITIOUND-CHILD'S WHIM QLOVE-On the
.' street. Owner pltwo call at this onion and
J0lllie, nova I w
FoIIowIor is the program of tho Nl$lh Dis
trict Educational Association meotloR at Ash
land November 15:h ami lGih ns taken from
The Ashland Independent:
Frilay, November 15th, 1912.
Address 13. V. Stanton.
Kesponse Prof. i. W. Uradner, Soporinten
dent Maysville School.
The Public School Outlook in Eastern Ken
tucky Superintendent Campbell of Pike.
The Value of, TruUee Organizations Miss
Llda Gardner, County Superintendent, Nicho
Tho Teacher and the Trustee?. K Veacb,
County Supervision Jay O'Dioiel, Superin
tendent Latvrecco county.
The Opportunity of the Modern Hlh School
It. Desn Pqulrres, Suporintenden', Carliflf.
What Kentucky is Do!dr Darksdale llatn
lett, State Superintendent.
Tho Compulsory School Law William Huff
man, Suj orinteodent llracken county.
The Duty of Supetintrndonta and Teachers
to attend the K. L A. T. V. Vinso", Sec.
K. n. A.
How to develop sontimont in tu.iport cf the
fchnoli V. ('. Kuee, Superintendent Cartor
Are our teachers ns efficient ns conditions
reaaonably tlemino? Miss Anna I)aidson,
How may the fm-incial condition of rural
fcbools be improveo? Kash C. William',
Superintendent, Breathitt county.
An aJdress by Dr. Crabbi Whit Propan
Hon May be Ktpectod of the Toacher?
Friday Ihening S'ssion.
Vision in 13 location Mr?. Cora Wilson
Stowart, Superintendent, Rowan county.
Tho Public School and Eflui-ncy Hon. V.
P. Shawkey, State Suporintendent of West
An address T. J. Coato', Superisor of
Tho Valuo of Teachers' Orcanizitions M
A. Ciealdy, City Superintendent, LexinRtoo.
Tho Ideal Teacher Mrs. Nannli G. Fal
coner, Superintendent Fajetlo Co.
A Plea for the Ninety-five Dr. J. A. Rob
icson, President Murehoad Normal School.
Vocational Elucational Dr. N. C. Shartfer,
State Superintetdent of Pennsylvania.
The Necessity of a Closer Rotation Hot we en
City and Rural Schools T. A. Hendricks,
Superintendent Cynthiina Schools.
School Athletics 0. F. Martin, Superin
Mason Count) 's Part in History Miss Jessie
0. Yanc7, Supeilntendent Mason County.
Mornl Training in the Public Schools T.
S. Williams, Superintendent Augusta Schools-
The Joys and Sorrow s of a County Superin
tendentMrs. Lutle ralmer Williams, Super
intendent, r laming county.
The Teacher's Responsibility for the Health
of His Pupils Klmund Wroe, Superintendent
Saturday Evening 7:15.
Duet Mrr. II. D.ao Squirres, Miss Battle
Cantata 'The Flower Qaoen" Eijjblb
Grade chorus, Ahland schools Directed by
Miss Eateiia Harshmir.
Addross Dr. N. C. Schaeffer, Harrodsburr;,
Nicholas county has enrolled every teach
or, every trustee and fifteen cltlzana in the
Ninth District Elucational Association. Fel
low teachers, lots get busy. We can equal If
not excel Nicholas. Remember Mason county
alone beat ua In attendence nt Carlisle last
year. Can v.e be content to allow Nicholas to
carry the banner away from ourvory gateway?
Not th's alone, but can wo miss the oppor
tunity of bearing such men ns Dr. Schaeffer,
for past 20 years State Superintendent of
Schools In Pennsylvania, 15. A. Shawkey, Super
intendent of West Vlruinls, Dr. Crabbe, Pres
IdcntofEast Ksntucky Normal School, and
Mallne Tulav. 2 to 4Si1 p in.
THE $a,eoo BRIDE
1'iitlie Wesu m Drami.
MARY IN STAQE LAND
WHIFFLES AND HIS rVAQIQWAND
(. 0. I. O. D-ama.
Prizes lobe given iiwny noil Kndny
ulght Kirst prla i; second 11 60.
The Ualtod States employs 30t consuls and
29!) consular agonls.
Most of the trouble In the world seems to
take place in brunetto countries.
Curijuily enough, tho Bulgarian airman, who
was winged by tho Turks, was named Popoff.
On August 314, 1911, thero were 84 511
idlo freight csri. On August 31st, 1912, there
were only 9.7fi0.
A photographic map of tho sky showing 1,
500,000 stars his been prepared in soctions
by tho astronomers of Harvard.
Ill Licklrg Valley Railroad, with terminal
in Bath and Morgan ounties is to su'pond
operations and will b dismantled.
Awakenod bj the closing of a door and be
lieving that a Lurglar was In his home, Simuel
Browr, a Marion county farmer, killed his
Tho highest prico ever pa'd for farm land in
Northern IlHaoh was that jint pail for tho
Hoover farm of 50 acres, in Sterling township.
The sale wai by n master la chancery to c'ose
an estate and the land was bid in at $570 an
acre. It will b) usod for farming purposes.
Tho Right Kind of Game Warden
AH. Olivet Advance.
11 I'. Portor, tho goniil an I efficient Game
Warden of NluhuUs couoty, in one raid upon
tho streams of that ciuity confiscated over
fifty fijblog outfits that were being used un
lawfully. In all probability he will be be
signed work In Robertson as Special Warden
Following aro this murnlng'a quotations on
ooun try produoe, telephoned at 9 o'clock by E.L
Manchester, ManaKrof the Keystone Comruer
til Oj Uiur:
Eggs, loi oir, pe:aoi8n...."tJj
Uuticr.... . . . I8J
Sprluttdri, IW Ui eatfh IOj
Old Roosters oj
101 Illsou Keature, the one ou will like '.
THE ANIMATED WEEKLY
Issue No. Ill
I'aclfle Paonnm Exposition 19IKnntl
mitiy more events.
Hetty will Rtntun inn.
'llie place Is at tho Pastime, thn
llmeNovemb r 15th, I9U, that JiO will
be Klien awav.
The Reason Why Moat Is Dear in
the Unitod States
CliK'vco, Il.t. Tho United States, which
onco boasted nf having resources enough to
supply tho whole worl I with fresh msat, now
cannot supply cvon its own inhibitants.
Immigration nny lno to bo restrktod in
order to keep dotvn tl increasing cost of
moats. The people mu-tt be tiugbt that more
lie stoe'e must b produced before tho situi
tlon is rol uved.
These were thj startling statements made
at the Americaa Meat Packers' As'oclation
0. K.'S PRESTON
"Dully Fine Chap," Says Younrj
Cleveland of Professor
1UTYIU.B liarAIL X A UK XT.
Coaloll.headllicht, ) al I 15 & ...
Cairee.tltt) S3 -IU
Golden Syrup, y ual 35 & 40
Molasses, now orop, V Kal. M 4b ...
Molasses, old crop, V tci"-
Sorghum, funcy new, $ gal. 40
Suitar,)eIlow, V - $'
SuKr,eitra,U., V Ib... 6'iO 7
Sugar, A., V B) 7 ffi ...
Sugar, i?r.inulated, p B, 7 & ..
Sugar, powdered, ) B 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, V ft
Teas, V ft 30 1.00
I'roiitionianii Vountiy I'roduce,
Apples, dried, V B
lljcon, breakfast, y E JO 30
Uacon, clear sides, V ft .... 15 17
liacon, Hams, V h 17 J)
llncon, shoulders, y ft 10 15
llciiiii,t)gal 50 55
Uutter.ft 30 35
l.'zgs.ydoz 20 55
Flour, JelTerson, V bbl 6,00 ...
Flour, Alpha, y bbl 5 75 ...
Perfection 5 50
Hour, ara'iatu, l tuck 40 ..
Hominy ygal 20 ...
Honey, V ft 15 0 SO
Lard.V tt 12 15
Meal.y peck . 30 ..
I'otiloes, y peck S3
Voung ChUkens, V ft IB
Apples, t.ible 20 ffl J"
Uanauas, i doion 15 30
lemons, y dozen 10
Limes, y djen .'0
Pineapples, can s Ijtd 10 ...
Ca.troralaOraugvs 30 40
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
0 to 13 n, ill. I.lw U . in.
llj Appulnliiieiil Only.
rxKTtit. N. H., November 5th RhhardFol
som Cleveland strongly atprovea his mother's
choice of a husband. "He appears to be a
bully fiuo chap," siys Hick, as he Is c.lld by
his felb w sluionts here. "1 havo met him
only once, though. It was last summer at our
summer honn in tho Wbitu Mountains. What
I saw then of Prof. Preston mado me like him.
I am not willing to say ho long I have knonn
about tho engigenmt, although I think I have
known nbuut it as long as anybody else ba.
My mother visited mo a few days not so long
FRAIL, SICKLY CHILD
There Is m-ve Catarrh tn this section of the
oouiitry than ail other diseases put together, aud
until the last few jears was supposed to be Incur
able. I'oragrett many jean doctor pronounced
It n local dlseaseand prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly fulling to cure with local treat,
meut, pronounced It luuurable. Sclenco has
proven cat irrh to bu n constitutional disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Y. J. Cheney A
Co.,Toleilo.O ,1s the only constitutional oureou
the market. It Is taken Internally in doses from
tOJropstoateaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood indmnonussurraces of the system. They
olTeronelmtflfl Jollars for any case It falls to
cure. Send lor circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, t J. CIIKXEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75t
Takollall's Family Plllsforoonstlpatlon.
MISS 1UIU TCtlNEItlts assoolatd in the
ofllce with Dr. Smoot.
Miss 'turner Is a graduate nurse nnd his hud
stveral yiars hospital experience in the use of
IIATII3, MASSAGE and
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
Aud Is fully prepared for the work. Any one de
siring her services will Qnd her at Dr. Smoot's
nlllc", where'she can be ronsulled between the
hours of H and i a. in. and 1 to 4 p. in. Sundays
by appointment only.
Wo Aro On;rlinj On Salo For a Few
1)11)8 Ono Dollar Slo Bottles
Compound Itlood and Nervo Tonic fbr
35c PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy Tor Klieiimutism. niood,
Stomach, Mer ami Kidney Tronhlcs.
Do not forget tlio price :55c per bottle
or y for SI.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Located nt tin-
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
' la now ready for business, with n corps nf efllcient nrcuitecta,
engineers, etc., with competent wnikinciiship. heat of materials,
and will contract lu linild from the very snnlleat to tho greatest
S. B. CHUNN, Manager,
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality ol Qaa 'Vork a Specialty.
HandleOnly the Ueatot material. Dealer
in Brass Valve and Fittings, Gaa titovee
and Uungca, All Sizea.of Sewer Pipe.
While prices are down and the supply
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,
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW.
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McDaniel $ Co,
PLVM STREET and POPL4R STREET.
I 0 II Rta fti
JOHM W. PORTER,
17K'tit Seoond St.,
THE BEST '.WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDV,
PEACH BRANDY. GIN AND WINES INJHE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction Ruaranteed. or monoy refunded. We'doiVt
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money-
i saving meanB anything to you, we should have your trade.
Ltv stmZ ..m . am .. . J""
"W.iiuywu.iiuuooi, HOOK 'Tha PMtltlca
a-' Primer." OwnsrctlHi this oinc8nd get
rnt. ooUt hv
IpouuD-aoLD niMiinu Nosr. olasses
; Qur plist sH i tbs otUct and gt
Prof. T. J. CoaUt?
Letters alleged to relate to droiioltloi;
"Jobs," wrlttKO by Joho . McNumara to union
official In rarloai citle, wero res'! In tho
drntmite conspiracy trial at Indlanapolli Uoc-
Restored to Health Oy Vinol A
Lotter to Mothers
Anxious mother) often nondor why Ihulr
children aro so pale, thin and nervous and
have so little appstitp. For the henofit of
fuch mothers In this vicinity wo publish tho
1. BJmund Uillor. New ILvjn, Conn,, sire:
'My little daughter every bIbcb her birth had
been frail and sickly, &nl was a oocstant
source of worrlmont. Hevoral months ono we
commonced to givo hr Vinol. 1 imnndLtnly
notod an Improveraant in her health and ap
pearance, and from the good It has done her
I can truly say it will do all you claim,
This child'd recovery yvjs duo to tho com
blned action of iho mdicinil elements ex
traded from cods' livers combined with the
blood making and strength creating properties
of tonic iron, which are contained in Vinol.
Vinol will build up nnd strengtboa delicate
children, old people, and tho weak, run-down
and debiliatod. Wo return tho money In evory
case whore It falli. John C. Pccor, DruggiM,
Oar curiosity was rrouaed after eeeloj the
large blue and whltenlgns In front of the atcr
of MbBBrs. Gilanty & A'pr at 128 Market
street, and more so after analog tint the entire
front was closed up and advertised hs being
closed fur two djya undergoing glganlio prep
aratlocs of romarking and rearranging stock.
This newnpapar tolng forevtr on Ih lookout
for nows, we went In to have a talk with them
and see what It was all about. Wo were In
formed Ibat they were gulDg to conduot u
10-day war on merchandise, and from the
elaborate prrparotlons they nre making, It
looks as If past sales In men's ready-to-winr
morchandUe that have been conducted In this
vlo'nlty aro gniag to bo more chlld'o play
compared to this one. They have etoppsd at
nothing In the way of money in making this
event (be roal thing la a war on merchandise
and high prioea, even golrg to the Urge ex
pense of having the Lead of tho Uercantll
Special Ualea Company of Cincinnati, Oalo,
to como here with a crow vt picked nun
to conduct thij mammoth pale, and It looks
to us that theio gentlemen are experts
In Clais A at this work, thev Assure a-Miaare
.dial tn all, and aik you to come and see for
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over 230 satified
customers who are using this
Phone or drop us a card
and we will be glad to come
to your home and demon
strate the Sweeper-Vac.
We also have a large and
complete line of high-class
Come and let us show
& KNOX, n
Funeral Directors and Em
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
THi: I.KDOKU leads In
all, nuil Ih the fa vol It o ;ijpr
of the people.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. HflYK
Big Purchase Sale!
Daily the crowds increase as the news of the unprecedented
values is heralded over Mason county and thousands have already
taken advantage and bought their supply of
Follow the crowds tomorrow, as the following values will, with
out a doubt, eclipse all previous records:
sZlrin ansucrina advertisement opptartitQ'.tlKs
ctluinru of tht! pajter, r uheiis iujlif oodi from a
merchant whose uditrttitmimtaprr! in thtiptper,
eur nadei i sir uptelallv retuetttd to 1U1U thht (hn
uw tht adttrttusntut in Tills Pvju.10 LttsaKA.
Tht! wilt toil itu nothing, end U fill t trotefullf
apprttlutett lu bU tU nivtrltitr and the Editor,
Ladies' New Fall Footwear in all leath
ers and this fall's newest styles; button
and lace; $2.50 values, $1.49.
Misses' Fine Fall Footwear in all
leathers, regular and extra hi-cut Trooper
Boots; $2.50 values, Sl.ii).
Misses' and Children's excellent
school shoes, lace or button; in Gun
Metal or Vici; $2 values, 99c.
Children's Vici Kid and Tan button
and lace, with wedge heel; sizes 3 to 6;
85c values, 19c.
Ladies' Extra High Trooper Boots in
Tan, Velvet, Gun Metal and Patent;
every size, every width; special $4
values, wonderful values at $2.49.
Men's High-Grade Shoes in Tan, Gun
Metal, Patent, made in this season's
newest models, including the newvraised
toe and the low receding English style;
$4 values, $2.49.
Boys' New Fall Styles in all leathers;
$2.50 values, $1.49.
Boys', Youths'; Little Gents Box
Calf and Satin Shoes, $2 values, 99c.
Just Received-zA new lot of Chil
dren's and Misses' Jockey Boots in
Patent Leathers and Gun Metal.
I DAN COHEN
W. H. Means 1