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GRAPE FRUIT, COfOANUTS AND THE FIRST
OF EVERYTHING IN MY LINE.
GEORGE H. DINGER.
MAYSVUiLB, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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SIT ON TUB LID AND LAUGH.
Bull J for youraelf a strong box;
Fashion each part with care.
When Iv's as strong as your band can nsko It,
Put all your troubles there.
Hide there all thought of your failures,
Each bitter cup you quaff;
Lock all your heartaches within It,
Then sit on the lid and laugh.
Tell no one else It's contents;
Merer its secrets share.
When you've dropped lo your care and worry,
Eeep them forever there;
Dida them there so completely
That the world will never droam half;
Fasten tho strong box securely,
Than !. nn Ihn lid find Innph.
sjgip0P!SJJ3!KB"i3noke Masonian and La Tosoa, 5 conta
Vif Shakespeare's comedy, "As You Llko It"
,' feiturlng Roso Coghlan and Maurice CoBtello
at the gem today. adv.
Ur. George C. Keltb, one of Mason county'
leading farmers and stock raisers, returned
Monday from Chicago, where he purchieed a
car load of stock cattlo.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during tho last low
vcars has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
Ivoua creater value lor your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL" CO.
Wanted Good cook Appty at this office,
CTJTTlic Public I.fdEPr, local mm! loug
A substantial coltago of thrre rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
fered lor salo at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
Now is the season of the year to get ready for'hunt-ine-.
hoP--killin? time. Thankscivinn: and Jack Frost. Let
aMpjs-help you gef ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
Hunting Uoats, beggings, oneus, .uanierns, uiutuui jrvinvcs,
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes,
$; Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamps, and in fact anything
you need. If we haveu't what you want in stock, we
fc, will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
Seasonable Suggestions !
Just received, NEW Evaporated Peaches and Apricots,
Buckwheat and Pancake Flour, PURE Maple Syrup,
Fancy Eating Apples. Join the throng of satisfied
dainkers of El Perco Coffee. We can furnish the best
Aluminum Coffee Percolators at manufacturers' cost.
J. C. CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldrj.
W $?4? ?!? o F
A million of Them!
Wo hrtvt Just received two cnrloiuJs or Clear ltctl Cedar. Wo bouR)t
tliciu wlicn tlic prlco was low mid wo will hcII them nt tho LuwcBt Posniulo
l'rloo. Wo nldo liavn Cypress nnd Poplar SIiIiirIo nml wo aro over-stocked
and forced to Bell. RrliiK your woroii with you. Wo uaiuntro pricex. and
will more than meet competition. Como In and hoc. And don't jou foiirct
that now la tho tiuio to get Shingles at
THE AfASOV WmBEH &.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. ' Phone 519.
Anonts for Doorino Machinorv. IHaysville, Ky.
A. A. MuIjAUGHIiIN, Ii. N. I1K1IAN.
Mr. Benson Orr of Logan, W. Va., is visiting
bid mother, Urs. John U. Orr of East Third!
lire. II. E. Dean of Cincinnati Id visiting
her daughter, lire. D. T. Wadaworth of the
Mr. J. P. Drennan, ox-Sheriff of Fleming
county, wtH a business visitor In Maysvillo
Mrs. L. U. tf illiams and Mrs. E. II. Blair,
two of Ripley'd prominent reslJcnts, wero In
Mayavillo shoppioR yoaterday.
Mrs. Larry Lancelot of Wojt Second etreet
has returned hirae, aftor a dfclljjhtful visit
with her parent? In CovItiRton.
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to jaiake 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.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
t" When neoding dental work call on Cartmel
The Woman's Guild of the EpUcopal Church
will meet at the home of lire. Thomas J.
' Chenoweth, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
(Lower in Price Than at Any Pre
vious Time in Five Years
Washington Average farm prices for
corn, wheal, oats, barley, rye, fhxaeed, pota
toes, buckwheat, cotton and hay, which repre
sents abont tbree-foartb of the valae of all
the country's crop;, were lowor on November
list than they have been In the last five years
on that date. They were 12.8 per cen.
lower than last year, 3.2 per oaot. lower
than In 1910,85 percent, lower thin In
1900 and 1.1 per cent. lower than In 1908.
They declined 8 par cent, from October lit to
November 1st, compared with a decline of 1.7
por cent, in the same period last year and an
average decline of 3.G per cent, daring Octo
ber In the psst foar years.
Dudley Allen, 29, colored, porter at George
FIchter'a saloon In Market street, who waa
stricken with paralysis Monday morning while
at work, died last ovenlng at 4:30 o'clock at
hla borne In West Fourth etroot. Funeral to
morrow at 1 o'clock from the houae. Interment
In Washington Cemetery.
Wots Get Decision at Mt. Sterling
Kt. Sterling, Ky., November 12tb. The
local option election contest caao which has
boon on trial hero this week, was decided today
In favor of the whlaky people.
The case will come up in Circuit Court In
this county In January, before Judge Allle Y.
Women Shucking Corn
John D. Durham called up The Advocate of
fice Monday and told us he bad three women
shucking corn for him, that men laborers
were so scarce and those not employed were
too lazy, that he was compelled to employ the
women folks In order to get bis corn shacking
Mrs. T. K. Valentino of the Cist Ead re
turned nome yesterday from n viiit with her
parents and other relatives In Danville, III.
Mr?. lb McKeo has returned to her home,
Terrace avenuo, Diyton, Kv., after n viiit bore
with her s;ster, Mrs. J. I). Tri'lsr of Clifton.
Planting of Treos nt Stato Capitol
Quito a number from the virions countlea
in the Stato aro in Frankfort today attending
the exercia n Incident to the planting of trees
on the State Cjpltui groun h which are to com
poao the State arboretum. Every county in
the State designated a tree, that of Mason
county being a bjckoje, which was shipped to
Frankfort come days 8g Governor James B
McCreary presided at tho formal ceremony,
which took place at 11 o'clock on tho rear
veranda of the Stale Capitol.
Bond Readily Furnishod
In Judge Rico's Court yesterday aftornoon
Best Gault, cbirged with malicious (booting
and wcuading, waived an examination and was
held in tho fum of $1 COO for hla appearanco at
tho December lo-m of the Mason Circuit Court.
Docd was revlily furnlsboJ and Mr. Gault de
parted for Us hom,
Mies Dunn, whom Gault shot is still improving.
Charles I'lummer, ngod 2G, residing In the
West End, was tried before a Jury In 'Squlro
Hosser'd Court yesterday afternoon and ad
judged a person of unsound tnloi'. Ho will be
sent to the Lexington Hospital.
EJ DoWitt was arraigned in the same Court
charged with roalichui destruction of property
and druckennes?. DjWItt's action was an
aggravated one, and afior hearing testimony
Ladles, seo "As You Like U" at tho Gem
Bought a Front Soat in Heavon
A telegram from Munich says that an ex
traordinary tale of human crodollty was told
before the Judgo at Kenpten police Court re
cently, when o Munich housekeeper was
sentenced to two years and seven months'
Imprisonment for obtaining money by false
pretenses from an old woman named Grass.
Declaring that her father was janitor In
heaven and chief assistant to St Peter, the
accused, It was stated, succeeded In swindling
the old lady, who was very pious and gullablo
out of largo sums of money.
Sho said she had many good friends In
heaven, and sho promised her victim, In con
sideration for certain paymento, to roservo
ber one of the best places in the celostlal abode.
She obtaiud uv!r $1,000 from tho old woman
by stating that to get her a front seat In
heaven it waa necessary to propitiate certain
ItAIN TODAY, COLDER; THURS
Tho Only Place in Maysvillo
To aee a representative line of Victor Vio
trolas. Every style $15, $25, $-10, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
Mr. Edward C. HjII of Louisville is spend
ing a few days here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Ball of East Second street, Fifth
All now subscribers and all those paying up
past Hues for Tub Puiiuc Ledger, and who
pay $3, ono year's subscription, cash, will ba
glvon the paper from now until January 1st,
Rose Glycerine CREAM!
Our own make of Glycerine Cream
for chapped face and hands. Keeps the
skin soft and white. Insures tho most del
icate complexion from rough, chapped skin
M. F. WILLIAMS &
"Big Drugstore Wflto
the Little PrXn."
I PjnfatTffl J- m iT" MiTwi ii
ID- 3E3CEOH:i3SrC3-E3E & OO.i
WE SHOW THE GREATEST LINE OF
In Mayaville. Our Imported Chinchilja and Fur Beaver Overcoats aro wonderful garments for warmth and
comfort. No dead weight to theso coats. Most ol them double-breasted with the new Bhawl collar. "Very
stylish." Trice range, $25 and $JI0.
A splendid line of Cheviot and Molton Overcoats, range ol prices $8.50 to $15.
Our customers tell us wo have tho best lino ol Children's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats iu town.
The little ones aro tickled with our belted and convertablo collar overcoats. It gives them the air ol little
men just like papa wears.
You have noticed from time to time our advertisement ol a $10 Worsted Plaid-lined Raglan Sleeve
Raincoat. Wo are now receiving the eighth duplicate express shipmont of this coat. Ask the Adams Ex
press Co.'s Manager. It is tho greatest garment in the country for the money.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Loading Clothing
Tub Public Ledger from now until January
1 1st, 1914, for $3.
JWk rtnlihlna of Iluntlncton. W. Va . was
in tho cae 'iqulra Rouer Imposed a fino of $50 ,nl , sl0 ,n ,. . Conrt voalorJay after-
MW- T-W.w- -- -
and cost, wLich was about right, everything
noon for unlawfully riding a C. and O. froight
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Darby announce the
approaching marriage of their daughter, Anna
Laura, to Mr. John 0. Pyles, Wodnosday,
November 20tb, 1912 at the Episcopal Church,
3 p. m. Darnesvllle, Ud.
Mrs.Carrie T. Breeze has Glod divorce proceed
ings In the Mason Circuit Court against Charles
F. Bretz. They wero married in Aberdeen,
0., May 4tb, 1890. She prays for custody of
her two children, alimony and reasonable at
Or. Mann Attends Conference
Rev. Dr. E. G. II. Mann of Lexington, Pre.
siding Eider of tbo Maysvillo District
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Sonth,
has gone to Brownsville, Tex , to attend the
session of the Memphis Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which
convenes (hero this week. Ho will return to
Springfield, Ky., Saturday to dedicate the new
church there Sunday. The week following he
will go to fill an engagement to spoak beforo
the North Georgia Conference at Carrolltoo,
Ga., In tbo interest of tbo representative
Washington City Church, which tbo MetboJIst
denomination is planning to build soon at a
cost of $?50,000.
BLUE GRASS LEAGUE
DIRECTORS TO MEET
Ambitious Plans in Contemplation
For Strengthening Association
' Try a pound. It is a full N, Y. Cream Cheese with the JPimentos
aaade into It.
W carry BIUOK, UMDUKGKH, UOQUEFOUT and anr kind you
.fcsJ-. I . . I
Preaiednt T. A. Sheets of the Lexington
Baseball Club, said yesterday that as soon as
President William Neal of tho Blue Grass
League, returns from the meeting of baseball
men In Chicago, probably within a week, a
meeting of tbo directors of the league would
be held In Lexington.
Tho moat Important business to be traca
acted will be the election of a new President
to succeed Captain Neal, who next year w
bo connected with the Loulaville Club of tha
American Association under its now owner,
ship as business mansger. Tho duties of the
two positions aro such that he would be un
able to bold both.
Besides the eloctlon, general plan for tho
coming season will probably ba discussed. Mr.
Sheets said that thoru aro big plans on foot
for strengthening tho circuit tbo coming sea
son, but that they weie nit fir enough ad
vanced for anything definite In this regard to
The above representative of a big
Fastern Fur House will be here
November Thirteenth with a large
line of samples which will include
Fur Coats at all prices, Fur Sets of
every description and Separate
Muffs and Neck-pieces. Any lady
who has a muff or collar she wishes
to match in order to complete the
set will wisely avail of this oppor
tunity. Mr. Zang will quote very
close prices on his entire line from
the handsomest coat to the cheapest
neck-piece. Come in you are wel
come even if you do not wish to buy.
Look around and prove to yourself the superiority
of our Suits- The materials are bettet than one finds in
suits costing $5 to $10 more. The tailoring exactly dupli
cates that of made-to-order suits. Styles for women whp
want small, average or extra sizes. All prices from $10 tel
$40. Some very effective models were recently sent usv
frum New York by Mr. Hunt.
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.
Robespierre Collars for Coats or dresses, lace, em
broidered swiss and pique collar-and-cuff sets for suits or
New black velvet steel trimmed bow-knots, crescent
trimmed charmeuse bows all colors, flat bows, bows with
dangles, every sort of bow New York is wearing has just
been sent us by Mr. Hunt. Also a complete line of net
and lace rufflings for 19c, 25c, 39c, 50c yard.
1852 HUNT'S 1912
Solid Train of Oats
A freight train of 81 cars paastd East over
the C and 0. road yesterday morning that
was somowhit out of the ordinary. Tha en
tire cargo consisted of oats and was en route
to Newport News for export.
cTNow Is the lime to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
.The most seleot line of Red Seal records
ever In Uayevllle. November records also on
salo at Murphy's Jowelry Store. adv.
R. 17. Sherwood of Pleasant Valley Lodge
No. 219, has been appointed District Deputy
of tbe Twentieth Diatrict, K. of P. of Ken
tucky, to succeed Dr. G. B. Spencer of Carlisle.
Tho Ledger Giving Dishes Away
We have 20 sets of beautiful blue and gold
enameled dishea, 45 pieces to the set, good
enough for any Thanksgiving table, $3 per set
to new enbacrlbers paying one yoar in advance
$G in all. Como In and examine them.
WHY NOT ?
Why not wear "Queen Quality" Shoes instead of just shoes?
Why not wear a "well tailored fitting" Suit instead of just a suit?
Why not cover with "all-wool" Blankets instead of part wool?
Why not let the "kids" wear "Black Cat" Hosiery instead of just black hosiery?
Why not wear "all warm" Underwear instead ot part warm?
Why not wear a "Nemo" Corset instead of a corset?
Why not wear a "Royal" Waist instead of a waist?
Why not wear a "Merz" Coat instead of a coat?
WHY NOT TRADE AT THE BEE HIVE AND BE SAFE?
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