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GRAPE FRUIT, CQ0ANUTS AND THE FIRST :
OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE.
VAiLY 1'UHLW LKDOEB-USl
MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
They gavo toe Ball Moose one grand clout,
T. R. Is sura disgusted;
Old Armsgeddon was a rout,
The Virtue Trust Is bustod.
Wanted Good cook Apply at this office.
TheSunday achool of the Episcopal Church
will hold a candy sale this afternoon at
Tajlot'i Book Store. "
Last sight the prizes siren away at the
Gem were awarded aa follows Mr?.' Silas''
Weeks of Casto street, ?5, and Mr. John Tom
- The proposition to increase the tax levy SO
centa on the $100 in Aberdeen waa defeated at
Tueiday'selectlon. There were 70 rotes against
the proposition and G7 for It.
Tbo Mormon Church as a Church, claims
tltnea of its members and, it is stated, the
annual Income to the Church from that
source is $22,000,000. Tbis'explaina In part
the source of their influence here and abroad.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
.goy.erpmont reports show the steady
output hi 'coal during the last tew
yenra has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE GOAL GO.
"Aunl" Betsey Fagan of Powersville,
Bracken county, will celebrate her 94th birth
day December 17th.
aasBaa mdkwmmM tatfr mm tamm aeAoa aaJbaantl
Fancy New York Cider, 25c gallon. New Orleans Molasses.
COc gallon. Kingan's brand of Pig's Feet, tho very best; try
them, three pounds for 25u, Swift's Brookfield Sausage, very
fine; try a box; only 20c, You have tried tho rest; now try tho
beet 'Kar-a-van Coffco and Libby's Asparagus Tips.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Tompie Bldrj.
J. G CABLISH
dftarnaTarfjntc 7 Shingles!
A Million of The ml
Wo liavt Just received two curloiulu of Clear Kcd Cedar. Wo bonght
them when tho prlco wnn low and wo will sell thorn tit tho Lowest Prmalulo
Prlco. WoftUo havo Cyprcan and Poplar SlilwrJcri nnd wo urn over-stocked
nnd forced to sell. Ilrlnjc your wnnon with you. Wo (unrnturn pricon, and
will moro than meet competition. Come In and hoc. Ami don't you forget
that now Is tho tlmo to ct Shingles nt
THE MASON LVMEEM GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets, 'Phono 319,
Anents for Doerinn Machinery. ftlaysvilin, Ky.
A. A. MoIjAUGHIjIN. Ii.N.RKIMN.
Ohio River Lumber Co.
All kinds, all sizes, all qualities of Doors are in our stock rooms
and wo waut to sell them.
20 Per Cent. Off for Cash
On any door in tho bousn. None charged to anv one nt these prices.
OHIO RIVES. LTJMBEK, CO.,
UNION STRKKT. NEAR SECOND.
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
VufTielp' 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
FAIK TODAY; SUNDAY, FAIR
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. We would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
i, THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
lira. W. T. BrameJ anil UIbs Estelle Dramel
returned from Cincinnati Friday night.
Mr. R. 0, Chatabari of Sardls was io the
, city thl) morales n route home from Cln-
M&' and Urs. Toco Wlllett of Limestone
street, spend Friday with relatives and friends
In Cincinnati and Covington.
Mrs. Ben LaBreo and daughter, Miss Norma
Harrison of Forest avenne are guests of Prof.
'sad U. W. r. King of Bellevue, Ky.
Mr. Samuel U. Galanty student at Nelson'a
i. Buslaeta College, Cincinnati, la home for a
abort Tlilt with his paronU, Ur. and Lira. A.
Galanty of West Second street.
. . . .
The following eases were tried In the Polioe
'Coart yesterday afternoon James Tudor and
"Catties Eltel, drunk, ?6.50 eaob; Fred Canon,
Riding O. and 0. freight cars, $10.G0.
&r When needing; dental work call on Cartmel
C. & 0. Inspection Party Here
Yesterday at 1 p. m. tbe annual Inspection
of tbe C. & 0. Railroad, Cincinnati Division,
took place, a special train of eight coachoa
passing West making stops at all points and
taking a look, at close range, of all the tangi
ble property from section house to track, tank
and depot. Evaythlng was In One Bbapo at
Ur. and Mrs. Stanley Lee of Itonton, Ohio,
'turoeance tbe engagement of their attractive
itangtiter,Mlss Alice Lee, to Ur. Ralph Waldrnn,
a very worthy yonng gentleman of that city.
Tho date of tin nuptials has not beeu given,
5 bat the affair will bo solmnlzed soon.
TLo brlda Is a native of Maysville and la a
niece of the Mlitea Leo of Market atreet.
PIMENTO CHEESE I-
At Proctorsvlllo, 0., two boys wero killed
and several wounded by tho explosion of an
Packed to the doors with noarly 800 pooplr,
''The Neapolitans," musicians and singers and
Italian troubadours, charmed and delighted n
big Maysville audience last evonlng at tbo
Uigh School auditorium. Every seat was
taken and thero were alio many extra chairs.
These are classical artlsta end their rendi
tions as a combined orchestra and cboeus was
superior to anything seen or beard In Maysville.
Tbe fioo soloists, flute, piccolo, violin, 'cello
tenor and soprano in tbtir harmonious num
bers wero perfect and called forth delighted
applause and repeatod encores.
Slgnor Mario, tenor, and Mile. Trevette,
soprano, in their duets captured S00 spellbound
The "Uncle Bob" to be placed in commission
as one of Maysville'd fire fighting machines is a
beauty and up-to-date in every respect. Tbe
following inscriptions on metal plates, together
with the historic old Neptune bell, will occupy
prominent places and ba conspicuous features
of the new machine:
Through tbe good offices of
This bell was made part of the Equipment of the
As a memento to
ROBERT FICKLIN, Sr.
Tbe life and activities of this grand old
man are closely Interwoven with tbe history
of this city. He was a typical gentleman ot
tbo old ecbool, and took a conspicuous part in
public, municipal and philanthropic affairs,
and was the acknowledged Father of Mays
ville'd Volunteer Fire Department.
Born, August Cth, 1802.
Died, February Cth, 1887.
J. Wesley Lee
Chairman J. C. Everott; S. R. Darover,
Sherman Arn, G. C. Flemlog, 0. Groenlee and
MRS. ASENATH C. POLLITT
Hrjrso Bltos Off Woman's Finger
IwiNcsviLLB, Ky., November 7th. While
trylrg to put a bridle on her horse, Mrs. Levi
Spencer, of this county, suffered tho loss of
tho right index firger, when the animal becaaa
infuriated and grabbed her hand and bit off
Toddy Has Nothing to Say
New York, November Stb. Colonel Roose
velt motored to New Yark from Oyster Bay
today, and visited his tdltorlal office for tbo
firdt time sicca l.e was shot. He said he bad
adopted a policy of silence, and hid no further
comment to make on the election.
Real Estate Transfer
lire Dr. Ell Y. Ulcks of Court atreet bat
brought of tbe Union Trust Co , of this city,
tho building In Sutton street now occupied by
tbe Adams Express Co. As soon as other
quarters can bo secured by tbe Express Co.,
the first floor of the boildiog will be fitted up
and occupied by the City Mission aa a school
room and other purposes.
Wanted A large
Candy sale this afternoon at Miss Lnman's
Tho Only Placo in Maysville
To eee a representative lino of Victor-Vic-trolas.
Every atyle $15, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, tbe Jeweler, will gladly play
tbem for you. adv.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than hi! other diseases put together, and
until the last fow yean was supposed to be Incur
able. For a great many years doctors pronounced
tt nlooaldlteaiaand prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly falling to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable, Science hai
proven ontnrrh to be aconstltutlonal disease and
Catarrh Curo, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co., Toledo, O., It the only constitutional curo on
the market. It is taken Internally In doses from
lOdrops to a teaspoonf ul. It acts directly on the
bloodand muoousiurfaces of the system. They
otToronr-h m ired dollars for any case It falls to
cure. Seud for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dress, P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo.O.
Sold by Druggists, lit.
Take Hall'tFamlly Pllltf oroonstlpatlon.
GEORGE H. DINGER,
9Smoke Masonla'n and La Tobcs, G centa
Aberdeen Gretna Green.
Jokers went a little too far Hallowe'en night
when tbey polled down telephone polea and
cut the wires. A part of the brick pavement
in front of the postofllce was torn up by the
revelers. This Is a malicious destruction of
property, and carries a heavy fine and Imprisonment.
All new subscribers and all those paying up
past dues for Tuu Punuc Ledger, and who
pay $3, one year's subscription, cash, will bo .
glvon the paper from now until January lit,
This Is 14 months subscription. The sooner
yuu take advantage of thla offer tho better It
will be for you.
E'ght-page, double Illustrated number every
With our WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT, which
promptly relieves coughs, colds and la grippe.
It loosens the phlegm, reducing inflamation,
thus curing hoarseness and bronchitis.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
'Big Drucstoro VTTfc
ttio Little PribNf
I mmlf'mXSH'etr'lmitftC iapav3CTi7srvaiaCiawMiVvaBrviuHC
,..,iD. HEOKCIlSrOElR. &j CO.
For Legitimate Worth-the-Money Merchandise at
Legitimate Prices, Come to This Shop !
No time to write big "Add." If you visited our store last
Saturday you know that we had no time to write Mon
day's "Add." ::::::::::.:
"52 Years' Successful Business in One Community is a Pretty Good Add. Itself.'1
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing ajxl
New stock of Loose Leaf Books. Prices 25c
to $7.50. Call and see.
J. T. Kackley & Co.
A jury to try Sidna Allen, alleged leader of
the Uillsville courthouse assassins, has been
Prof. G. D. Smith of Richmond Normal
School, In an address before tbe Braoken
County Institute, Bald In part, that tobacco
causes degeneracy wherever used, chile fruits
and foods are health-giving products, and that
fruit growtng Is the salvation of Kentucky.
Mr. Julius M. Hill, aged 32, of Cottagevllle, .
and Miss Nellie Regenstine, aged 22, of Lewis
county, were granted marriago license by
County Clerk J. 1. Owens Friday. Mr. Hill
and Uits Regenstine left on the L. and N.
nfternoon train and were merried In Paris last
Mother of Mr. B, B. Pollitt Passes
Away at Richmond, Ind.
Mr. B. B. Pollitt received a telegram last
night announcing the death of his mother,
Mrs. Asenath C. Pollitt at tbe home of ber
daughter, Mrs. A.C. Dickson ot Richmond, Ind.
She Is also Burvlved by another son, Ralph
C. Pollitt of Brookfield, Mo. The funeral ar
rangements have not been made but in the
event she is not burled in Indiana, Interment
will take place at Olivet Cemetery near
Rectorville, this county, at 1 o'clock Monday
Mr. Pollitt left this morning for Richmond.
If you want a good serviceable skirt for hard win
tor wear, you will find precisely your need in our splen
did line of black mercerized or near silk petticoats for
Si. Our stock ol Knit Petticoats at 50c, 75c and $1 is
now complete. Each price includes both solid colors
and fancy bordered skirts. In the Petticoat Depart
ment you will also find some pretty new arrivals in
black and colored messaline and chiffon taffeta at $2.50
The Winter Cottons
Flannelette and Ginghams. Cotton of course, but
the soft fleeciness of the iormer and the rich' colorings
ol the latter suggest the warmth and comfort of, all
wool fabrics. Pretty solid colors and fancies in both
materials. Only the best grades admitted to our stock,
but the price is kept at the 10c level.
Another ioc cotton fabric, that looks like wool
many times its price is our 1912.13 line of Princess
Cashmere. The twilled face adds to the wear, the
teazled back to the warmth, and the French flannel pat
terns to the beauty of this always popular material.
Coats and Suits in Battalions
With such a stock we ought to sell every woman who comes to "look." And the fact that we do, proves tho
Tightness of our styles and prices. Mr. Hunt is still in personal touch with the New York market and is constantly
sending attractive additions to our Ready. Wear Department. Not only Coats and Suits but new Waists, Skirts and
Dresses are coming every week, We have a great deal to interest you. Come in,
aJLa wJLm "liiMiif saJLasl aaJL
The Public Ledger from now until January
1st, 1914, for $3.
Tho French Government will establish a
series of wireless stations connecting Paris
with the French colonios and North tnd South
f"Now Is the lime to buy yourwkiter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
The most select line ot Red Seal records
ever In Maysville. November records also on
aale at Murphj'a Jowelry Store. adv.
Goina. to Inauguration
The Fayette County Democratic Club under
the aurplces of which tbe Kentucky State
campaign opening and ratification meeting
was held September lOtb, will attend tbe in
auguration of President Wilson.
The Ledger Giving Dishos Away
We have 20 seta of beautiful blue and gold
enameled dishes, 45 pieces to the set, good
enough for any Thanksgiving table, $3 per set
to new subscribers paying one year in adranco. .
Come io and examine them.
Killed Near Paris When His En
gine Turned Over
L-" Try a pound, It is a lull N. Y. Uream Obecee vrltti tbe Fimentos
iWeiHtoit. ' ...
iif. Wl Cfry BRIOK, LIMBUHqE.R, KPQUJEFOHT m y kind JOH
Last night about 9 o'clock Eoglneor James
Lsmon, aged about 41 years, and formerly of
this city, was instantly killed at tha Paris
Junction on the L. & N.
Ills train, fast express No. 32, North bound
and three hours late, ran into an open switch
near Paris, striking several cara on the siding
loaded with tolegrapb poles, overturning the
engine and crushing the Ufa out of Lemon.
Fireman Handy was seriously scalded. No
Saglaeer Lemon reaUed la Covington with
fab faHy, .
VWImmc Io llr 0 si. ReWt L.
Double Stamps Saturday
And everybody is happy
in and see the new Globe Stamp
election is over, crops are fine
and money is plentiful. Come
Coats, Suits and Dresses.
If you are looking for a new coat,
suit or dress, we believe we can give
you some very good advice. The
largest and most complete stock that
we have ever had.
Suits $12.50 to $29.
Coats 5' to $29.
Dresses $4.98 to $25.
Ladies' Heavy Poplin Raincoats
$4 98. A real S7.50 value. Tan orbluc.
Children's Coats Some new ones
have arrived. 1.98 to $10.
House Dresses and Kimonaa 98c
to $4 00.
Children's School Dresses 50c to
Children's Raincoats and Capes
$1.98 to $3.98.
Blankets and Comforts 49c ,to $6.
Best values that can be bought.
Underwear The good kind. 25c
Wo have them now. The very
best shoes you aro looking lor.
Ladies' $1.5.0 to $4.25.
Men's $3 to 5.
Boys' 6I.50 to $3.50.
Children's $1 to $2,50.
Our now stock ol Rubbers are
here. We sell only tho best. Men's
Good Heavy Work Shoes $3 to $4.