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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
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, A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
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,irE HfTltlaillfTlOSH AUK O.lHIt IS AOV.IXUE.
And the noxt day "the sun shinos bright in
onr old Kentucky home."
Tho Republicans seem to oppose the recall
in theory, but favor it in practice.
Under Gnuidp.t Wilson wo will now have
the "low cost of living." You know what
that moans. It means the return of the free
broad line and tho public souphousc.
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. 'ljolj 5'6u what, theni there u told ybii so!H
' fillers is-sdmo pumpkins,
Tho Bull Moosora nnd tho liulgarians must
bolong to tho same fighting family.
Jips from &exas.
As a goneral thing a girl would rather woar
her hoart on her slcovo than knobs on her el
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No.27-.-AS TO BANKING BY MAIL
.....M.w.ys 1 1 nimMMart nniwsitifc
AS OTHERS DO IT.
Whenever tho captain of a newspaper re
ceives a letter, the first thing he does is to seo
who wrote it, not from curiosity or for public
ation, but simply to understand that there is
sincerity and honest' back of tho communica
tion. If I hero h no roliable name, thou into
tho waste basket it goes, with a sudden Hip.
Ho doesn't look to see wLat is in it, for what
ever thete is he can make no use of it, be
cause it is nameless.
If a man's name is to the document, that
gives it whatever worth it may be entitled to.
If it isn't there, it immediately suggests to the
editot it may be insincere or a catch of some
kind. So remember if you ever want your
letter read, be frank and friendly enough to
aay who you aic. Ohio State Journal.
Of course every woman ought to buy lots
of clothes to wear and thus make horsolf at
tractive to her husband. But that isn't what
attracts him to chout9 girls.
As a general thing the moro economical a
man's wifo is the moro money ho has to make
himself solid with the boys.
It the statistics were available probably it
would be found that tho straight tips a man
gets cost him more than the ostrich tips his
We will promptly acknowledge iccoipt of this
and of each subsequent deposit; and will furnish a
passbook which you may cither keep or return to
be cared for by us. l
If you hold the passbook yourself, it i9 only nec
essary to forward it to us when you write to ask that
some part of your accumulated savings be sent to you.
We will be pleased to answer by letter any questiou
in regard to this plan of banking by mail.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
Dallas Newn Protnbly there novor was a
woman ao broad minded that she couldn't Ret
a narrow skirt ovor bcr hoad.
Mr. Guy Urosee, who has been tho pleasant
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. It Smith, has re
turned to his home In Washington City.
A Railway clearing bouse to eettlo
balances between railwuy coropitiies
will bo estnblisbcd in Chicago within
n short tune.
On and after December 1st the Carlisle
H ectlcr Light and Power Company will furnlth
light day and night.
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mWMIlUllWDI I fA juf
GO TO THE NEW YORK STORE
TO GET THE
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
It has just about gotten so in this country
that a woman thinks her husband is domineer
ing if he insists on keeping some of his clothes
where he can find them.
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A MERRV TALK I1V INA ( IjAIKB
Ina Claire, prima donna ot "The Quaker Girl" com
pany, tells the story of a gentleman who was asked to
be one ot a box party nt the Metropolitan Opera House
last year. Throughout the performance his hostess kopt
up a running lire ot conversation, which rendered it im
possible for him to hear any ot tho opera. When tho
performance was over, he was asked by hU hostess if
he would like to come the following Thursday night to
herar "Itfgoletto." "Yes, indeed," was the answer, "I
should dearly love to hear you in that opera."
fiiuvkes latest pattern in
gut Glass. J fine assort
ment or all the newest
Also, a full line of Stcr
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
The Oskamp Jrwelry Company. )
Cincinnati, 0., February 28tb, 1912. )
To Whom Thit May Concern:
This is to certify tbal John I). Walsh was
employed by me, for tho Ojkamp Jowelry Co.,
as watchmaker for a coosidorable period and
during that tinio hts work was entirely satis
factory and ho waa especially adept in repair
ins fir.o watches and chronographs, and It
Kives mo great ploaaaro to recommend him as
a flrst-clasn watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Iload watchmaker for the Osknmp Jowelry
Wo must be treating the pooplo right. The way
they flock to our store proves it. We sold many La
dies' Coats and HataSa'urday to oatalogue and mail
order shoppers, but they prefer to pay for their goods
and take them along, than send their good money oft
somewhere and get any old thing. Remember, we
study your wants and give you a better dollar's worth
Big bargains in COMFORTS, BLANKETS and
UNDERWEAR. Got some cf them.
! O. OJIYHUO)
SAFE AND SANE.
I liao fur snip nn assmtment of clioico lmcstmcnt Securities
yielding fVc to fc interest. InvcKffrntlou invited,
PRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
Roofing aed Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
Whisperings of Christmas
Are in the Air!
You need Handsome Toweling?, Flosses, Ribbons, Laces, Silks, tc.,
(or making up your holiday presents. More here than elsewhere.
, Gloves Of course you buy your gloves heie. Largest slock in this
part of the state. See the swell new one-clflsp glove in tun and while. We
sell them 25 cents less thau the same glove is sold in Cincinnati.
8ee the lovely new Lace Collar and Cuff Sets. Somo new ones in
Silka for waists and suits that are attractive in styles, colors and price.
' Lovely Changeable Charmeuse for waists and evening wear, only 08c;
I 27 inches wide; bargain.
We are Belling many dresses of the dark Ginghams and heavier cotton
Suitings, very desirable patterns and colors. You will like them.
The store is filled with new fall and winter goods.
November fashions arc here. Gut a Thauksgiving Designer, a great
book, only 10c.
ROBERT L. HOEFUCH, "JA2,L
Levi Lockhirk, In jiil at Uvaaivillu, lad.,
charged with having murdered an Oweneboro,
Ky , policemaa at Itockport, Ind., broko Jail.
Shot To Pieces
On the other page of this paper ia an entiro
psRodevotod to the greatest merchandise sale
erer conducted in this vicinity. "War De
clared," la the title of thia event and the gi
gantic preparations that Messrs. Galanty and
Alper are making for thia sale indicates that
it will surpass any thing of Ibis kind. Stop
and consider that right in the heart of the fall
season when ovary body is talking of the high
coat of liviog, these enterprising and daring
merchants are reducing prices far less (ban tho
cost of manufacturing, and all they ask is for
the buying public to como and be convinced.
To safeguard purchasers at this sale wo call
especial attention to the ftct that Galanty &
Alper have co branch stores in Mayavjlle, but
their main and only store U at 128' Market
Tress Wilkernon of Oath County was shot
and killed by his wife, to whom ho handed a
loaded shotgun after a quarrel. Wilkersoo Is
said to have been drunk.
REPORTS :QF 30.000 CASES OF I KIDNEY
TROUBLE. SOME OF THEM SIN
Each of somo 6,000 newspapers of the
United States Is publishing from week to
week, oamss of people in its particular
neighborhood, who had used and recommended
Ooan's Kidney Pills for kidney backache, weak
kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary dis
orders. This mass of proof locludes over 30,
000 testimonial, liaysville is no exception.
,Here la 6oo,crf the Uaysville cases.
' ' Mrs. John Wallingford, 108 Commerce
street, Uaysville, Ky., says: "I tm glad to
confirm the testimonial I gave In 1900, recom
mending Duan's Kidney I'llk b'everal of my
neighbors have been cared of kidney trouble
bt this remedy, and a number of wy family
was also cured of a serious esse of kidney
complaint by Its use, after other modiolus has
failed. Every once In a while I get a box of
Doan's Kidney Pills at J. J. Wood & Son's Drag
Store, and use thru. In this way I keep my
kidneys la proper working order and ward off
any klfaey troubles."
Fersale by all dealers. Price 60 cati.
FscM'MUbera Co., Buffalo, New York, solo
afMtt far tfc VUi States.
; iltaaiirtar H bww Daa's ad take ao
Advertitimtntt untlrr thti htadlnp.not txcttdtnt
Hvt Unit, iO centi each iniertlon, or SO cam a meek
WANTT.D-SEWINu TO DO-Apply at 110
Kait Kllth street, nov7 tw
WANTHD-HRM'-Apply to MRS. WOOD
SON TAl UIKK,
WANTF.D SECONDHAND OLOTHINO
For both men and women; overco&ti,
Indies' clonks, underwear, white underskirts, eto.
AUo will buy couifnttt, blankets nd itteuts.
III call at homes. J. , IlltAOl'OUD, 43 Halt
front street. 'Phone -H5. jahl ly
Tnn J. T. MACKEV TRANSFER COMPANY
will move anything auy time any place.
Office Cieorite V. Child cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, Maysvllle, Ky, Thone H5, Je5 ly
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
Funeral Directors andm
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. Thone 250
POWER & DAULT0N
For salcty and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of n Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
-YOUOUOIIT TO IIHAH Till:
CHAS. O. PEARCE,
E. J. KIRK,
H. C. SHARP,
Daylight Window Displays
It la wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
New Victor Records Noiri
You can hear iliem Mop In any time. We're as clad to ploy them as jou'll be to hear tbem
A few of tliesu new selections.
otoin I Rlcoletto (Jiurtctte Ktyl's lloliemlnn Hind
" iTromtorc Honi') to Our Mountains," essehVs Italian Hand.
b0078 Souks My Mother Taught Me I.uoy Isabella Marsh
Ut8J Merrv Counltss UhIu-Victor Herbert s Orchestra.
,-,., 1 Tho Million Uo'Iar Hall Hill) Murray
"" 1 When I Get You Alone Tonight Walttr Van llrim'.
,-.,. 1 McrybGdy Two step .American Quiirtt.
1,171 1 Hi dy liny Collins llartin
And largo selection cf other Records.
Records, GOc to $7. Victrolas, SI 5 to S20O.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
HOT WATER BOTTTeCT
Look over our new line just in.
You can't find better values in
Maysville. Quality guaranteed.
Maysville, Ky. SS'ffir THE ?ess STORE.
Cor. Second nnd
Attveriittmenti unner lht heading, not txctcdtnt
1v tlne$, 10 ccntl each inierllon, or iO cent t a week
1710K RENT-COTTAGE-Of three rooms. Ap
13 ply to MRS. WILLIAM HHEEE, UIS Casio
street. no7 It
T7IOK ItEKT MOl'iiK-Appiy to MRS. WIL.
JL? MAM l.ALLEY, Lindsay strti't, or LEO.V
All!) A LALLEY, Market street. nova lw
OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS-At 317
cnurrv street. no!3t
Advertitementt under thti eatiing, not exceedint
4M linei, 10 ctuti each intertltn, or SO centi a week
FOIltfALE-LOUELLIN SETTER -18 months
old. Splendid hunter, Trice IIU. V. T.
TUU.Mi'bu;, t.'ar's Ky.
Adiertinmenli tinder ton trailing tnismd 1 1
Hit advertttert tnutt urnliA the cepy.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
Mo. 90 Mnrkat Street
Phone 98, MAT8VILI.E, KY.
(In lluslness 30 Years.)
From Now to 'January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Rib 12c '
Best Cuts Roast and
W hats our store room and sUughtsrlnu
house In the but sanitary condition of any In
the city and we Invito local, state or government
Inspection. We bay the best stock on ttu mar.
lent and sell at the lowest prca.
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TiTOlWD-CfflLirS WHITE OLOVsT-On the 'w , ,
(Mr u.M mi -t u.1. e."d fcrtcJiirt' Sftck ind HWn.
r.OST OR STOLEN FROM HY POCKET ON
J 8ATURIM NIQIITONMARKhTSrREET
-GENTLEMAN'S blLVMt WATOII-)Vllhgold
fob ttttnehed to It with Initial "S" on It. It
found return tn 018 Wood street and receive
reward bam Primes. n o v7l w
I OSr-DELUERY HOOK Of Postal Tele.
l-i graph Coinpitny.
LOST-Ili:0VN VELVET-I'aaVano contain
ing brown velvet, botweenSuttou street and
lower Writ Third strict. Return to M;s Joseph
Crawford. nov tw
AA.imtl.ml. .iMf.M ti,i. Itrnrltwi. 1 -.. ..
tw advertltere mutt urn.. the copy.
IriOLM)Oin.KN SKITEE-Thrown ovtr In
my yart on Hallowe'en. Ownsrcall and
get same, MRS. JOHN POWHR.xKsst Third
A well-dressGd "window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. Wo can make yours attractive.
BEaSBSflOESfli I There arc 3,000 cara of potatoes
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this (all to eatiaty our cuMomers. Ycara
iico we adopted tho method ot fair dealing and wo
find it pays, (or today our old customers have per
feet confidence in tie. Wo soil tho kind of goods
that innpircs confidence nnd wo guarantee satisfac
tion. Wc liavo the nattiest lino ol
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever sold in Maysville. All the i.ew shades and
styles are here. ::::;::
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
11 you want a good pair of shoos como here for
them. Every pair guaranteed. : : : .
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Hats, Caps, Trtinks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Vndertvear and Sweaters
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE1
Them's several prides, hut no sure It s R ok wood '
30c to 40c Por Pound j
One pound packages. Ono pound enni All
The E. R. Webster Co. &",..
Your physician can troatsurceiifnlly
all ordinary eye disease?. H an
operat on ia ncca?aary be will refer
you to a RHL specialist in eyo f ur
ea ry. When glasses nro cccessir.v
be will adviso you to eoo the skilled
optician, ono who knnas glasses fron
A toZ. He will tell you to rn to
Simpson becauio he knows that the
man who specializes is the one to
consult about his specially.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First National Hank.
ready for the market in Northwestern
H WASHINGTON THEATER
IN GOD'S CARE
WRITTEN IN THE SAND
IN TENTS OF THE ASRCE
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
J. Wesley Lee
RJ .LiL a. x ft . . U ulaA-i... ! fl .. . J
Northeast Cor. Marktt and Second StrMls.
We have for sale a nice littlo
place of 18 acres located on
tho pike just -Yi miles from
Maysville. On this (arm thero
is a cozy little honso and good
stable, smoko house and hen
house; soma fruit for family
use. IIbcq nil in grass but
about two acres. School and
church in sight of tho place.
Pi ice, $750.
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floon.
tFOR SALE-Sr T"
Second-Hand Materia! of
the Hall House 'C
Sold by tl o Homo Tobacco Company.
COUGHLIN A CIO;
NiiKp I, llrtit nllouiil IIuiiU llulMlnr,
Local nud Lorjj ' Offico No. 555.
Dlstanca rhons i ltosldcnca No 187,
H. S. ELLIS, Atfwit.
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLK, KY.
Xy "nas s. tots.
6:18 ft. m., 8.31 .,
8:ii p. ui.,dalty.
6:10 a.m., 9:tl a. tit
vrcsk-days IooaI. i
l::s p. m., 8:00. p. rn.,
10:34 p.m. dillT.
OiDfia.m,, 6:80 p. B
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