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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
IHtLT-MOirT BUND1T, rOUBTIt Of JULT, TUANKSOIVINQ
A. F. GURRAN. Editor and Publisher.
M An 1 ornorUBi io lwioh nuiuimo,
NO. 411. MATlYltLt. KT.
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l'er Moiilli a3 Cent
l'avabltto Valltctor at tnd ot Month.
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.ICfi HtflfiOltllTlOSH AtlK MS7f JiV ,lfPXVCg.
And don't forget that "every littlo ballot
1ms ft menuing of its own."
Tho next stop now in the political progress
of the United States is for the Snffragottos tc
win the .Presidency and take possession at
Washington. Tho women would do about as
well "as tho grandma's and grandpa's we're
goiug to have after March 4th.
COUNTY HOSPITALS FOR THE TUBERCULOUS
In 1909 a law was passed in Now York
state authorizing the establishment and main
tcnanco in eah county, by its board of super
visors, of its own hospital for the tuberculous.
The Now York State Department of Health, '
in conjunction with tho State Charities Associ
ation of that commonwealth, has since been
striving to make this law effective, with grati
fying results. Twenty-one counties havo de
cided to build such institutions,somo of which,
indeed, are in operation; and it is hoped that
by tho oud of tho present year thritywill bo
projected, representing action by more than
half of the couuties in the state.
The representatives of the department of
health and of the association, havd had to do
considerable educating; especially has this
been so in the rural districts, where there seems
to bo a false sense of security regarding tuber
culosis. Iu plauuing the county hospital the.
number of beds arc computed as two-thirds
the avernge of tuberculosis deaths in tho
county, tho cost of construction about $500
per bed, and tho the maintenance about $1.25
per day for a patient. Tho expenditures
(which are to bo met by the taxpayers of the
respective couuties) would be ineignificnut in
comparison with the sums tho public pay for
good roads and the erection and maintenance
of armories, orphan asylums,! jails aud prisons.
Besides, says The Journal of the American
Medical Association, money put into tho county
tuberculosis hospital will help to close up
many an almshouse and niauy an orphan
asylum; for this disease (the most deadly in
tho most productive period of human exist
ence) is ouo of tho greatest causes of pauper
ism, and probably the greatest single cause of
Pittshurgh Dispatch It camo mighty near
being Wilsou that's all.
Boston Herald Virginia onco ,moro is tho
niotuor of presidents.
StXyiis Globe Democrat: The colonel
should now renow his anti-third torn; pledge
Put a Ten-Dollar Bill
Chicago Record Herald Business of stretch
ing, yawning, letting out the cat and explain
ing why it happened.
New York World 'Mb Turks are begin
ing to jump off tho fire escapes without wait
ing for landing nets.
Chicago Iribune From force of habir,how
jever the high cost of living probably will per
sist a while longer.
Teddy declares the Progressives are here to
stay which is equivalent to saying that he has
pre-empted all rights to Armageddon.
It would seem wise for the Democratic party
to approach action upon tarifi revision with
much circumspection and in the most careful
Not a single political foe of Democracy but
desires a call for tho new Congress to tako up
tho revision of the tariff on the 5th, of March.
In an old stocking and keep it there for twenty years.
Then take it out and see.what you will havo. Put a
ten. dollar bill in our savings department at $
interest and keep it there for twenty years. Then
take it out and you will have $18.10. It's the
difference botweon hoarding and saving. Men have
made millions by saving. No man has ever made a
penny by hoarding.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
LEST YOU FORGET
The postal authorities require
pipers leot tbrauuh tte malls to
be paid for in advance More
tbey are eligible to the mall as
If your Public Ledger stops,
remember the cause.
Silver Plated Ware
, t j eA--jjra
The Frertch Spy
Three Shows 7, 8 and 9.
Car Balcony lor Colored Veople.
ADMISSION 5 GENTS
t t r t i txtx jiti i ix itjt rea j
TO SELL THE HIGHEST CLASS MER
CHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
CASH PRICE HAS GAINED FOR US
MANY NEW CUSTOMERS. : : : :
We Show This WeekG&m
A great lino of Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets. See our 25c
and 49c Dress Fabrics, nil-wool Herges included.
DresB Bilks, good patterns, 39c and '19c.
$1 CO Black Serge and fine Dress Goods, 98c.
Bee our 09c Whipcords reduced to 39c.
Our Domestic Department is fu'l ot bargains.
7c Apron Ginghams, Cc.
Heavy Muslin, yard wide, 5c.
Outing Flannels at 5c, worth more. .
Best 10c Outing to be found.
LadieB and Children's Underwear; wo can't get enough; all
Hizes and many kinds. Ladies' best Underwear in tho country.
Children's Union Suits, good quality, 25c.
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks. New ones coming in daily.
NEW YORK STORE s- "JS5L
17 Bast Second St..
Reports from Armageddon.
Oakland Tribune: The battle of Arma
geddon scerns to have gone against tho Lord.
But perhaps tho Lord did not recognize his
own armies under tho the leadership of George
W. Perkins aud Reformer Bill Flinti.
Commercial Tribune: That battle at Arma
geddon was just a. one-round alFair.
Richmond Titnes-Diqwtch: These contri
billing editor will now do a little Outlooking
San Antonio Express: Bulletin from Arma
geddon: "We are still standing here; where
did the procession go?"
Dorland Oregonian: The powder must
havo been wet at Armageddon.
Call and we will be
pleased to show you
our newest and ex
clusive patterns. As
silver is likely to go
higher in price, tho
best time to buy is
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
Your physician can treat successfully
til ordinary eye dlsossrs. H an
operation Ik necefsaty be will refer
yon to a REAL specialist in eyo t ur
(jery. When glasses are tieceessry
ba will advise you to soo the skilled
optician, one who knots glasses from
A to Z. He will tell you to go to
Simpson became he knows that the
man who tpeclalizea is the one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
JSccond Floor Flnt National UanV.
Wo Aro OfrVsrlnj; On Sale For a Few
Dayy One Dollar Slzo Dottles
Compound Dlood and NcrvoTonlo Ibr
35C.PER BOTTLE or
3 BOTTLES FOR $1
A remedy for lMieiitnatlam. Dlood,
Stomach, Liver nnd Kidney Troubles.
Do not iorKct the price 35c per bottle
or 3 for SI.
JOHN C. PECOR
Druggist Maysville, Ky.
VVill Save 011 From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
SAFE AND SANE.
I havo for nalo an assortment of cliolco Investment Securities
yielding is o i A intercut. nivcmiKiitiuu inviiuu.
FRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
-YOU OUGHT TO IIEAK TUK-
New Victor Records JZ
You can hear them. Stop In any time. We're as glad to play them at y
Q jRigoletto Quartette Kryl'i Uohrmlan Hand.
J5ZJ f Trovatore "Home to Our Mountains." Vesiella'a Italian Hand
itvna Cnnna M v Unthor Taught fp.T.imv I.aIipIIa Mnr.li
7CX 6J Merry Countesi Wain Victor Herbert's Orchestra.
.,. t The Million Dollar llsll-llllly Murray.
nil. ) Wi,en 1 Ge, you Alone TonlKht Wnltcr Van Urunt.
,,,, 1 Everybody Two-step American Quartet,
17171 1 IluCdy lloy-Colllns-Harlan.
And large selection of other Records,
Records, 60c to ST. Vlctrolas, $15 io 5200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Chicago JleraldSCnmWug at Armngeddou
for four years moro would be fatiguing.
Florida Times-Union: Armageddon has
gono back between Bible covers.
A plumber, by the way, fg a skillful mechanic
bo elta on a eoap box while his helper does the
JadRe Bolen testified at Wytheville, Vs.,
that ha saw b'idoa Allen and Claude Allen in
the Courthouse at Hillsvilln with platola leveled
nt JcJio Massif.
This food not .only
tastes good but contains
It furnishes all the rich
nutrition of whole wheat
and malted barley the
"brain and muscle building
elements that make sound
minds and sound bodies.
"There's a Reason" .
Ask the Grocer.
P - I5c the package.
.PoituuJ Cereal 3ompQr. Umltcd,
'Uattla Creek, Mioo , U H, A.
LoaUville Is preparing In spend $3,000 for
Christmas toys for poor chlldrec
It is difficult to say which Is the more tire
some, o kicker or a salve rpreader.
Former United Statos Senator William LorU
rner is suffering with appendicitis at a Chicago
George W. Fitzgerald, accmed of stealing
$173 000 from the Chicago Snbtreasury in
1007 Is on trial.
Governor UcDoaald, who was Inaugurated
in January as New Mexico's first State Execu
tive, is critically III.
President Taft announced that he will Oil all
vacancies occurring betweou now and March
4th with Republicans and thus keep President
elect Wilson from having to fill the places.
A Slave to Paregoric
Dopj fiends of every description bava befn
encountered by City Hospital physicians in
such endless varltles that they long ago have
ceased to bo curiosities, says a Cincionatl
news Item. Mabel Wolf, however, established
a new record at that Institute yesterday. She
if 35 yeara old, but looks like a woman ot
GO. She Is married and lives with her bus
band at 1411 Race staeet.
As no addict to a narcotic she Is a wonder,
and the marvel la that she Is alive. Under
questioning the confessed to tho attending
physician that for yeara she had been taking
20 ounces of paregoric dally. This means
that she had been drinking 40 tablespooosfoll
of this deadly drug, which Is liquid raotphino
a quantity aufUcloat to kill lira norma! In
dividuals. Mrs. Wolf Is almost a total wreck from the
excessive use of tba harmful drug to wblcb
bo Is an Irrtcliilmable slave and her Iffe Is
Evorybody has eomsthiiDg to rej lice over.
Wilson beat ovorybody. Ihosevelt beat Taft.
Taft beat Dobs and Cbafin and the latter got
all that tbey expected.
Wc have for Bale a nico Httlo
place of 18 acrea located on
tho piko juet 1li miles from
Mayavilloi On thialarm thcro
ib a cozy little house and Rood
stable, smoke house and hen
house; some fruit for family
use. l'ibco all in grass but
about two acres. 8ehool and
church in sight of the place.
FAUMBItS' and MAYSVII I F KY
TKADBRS' UANK. MAIOYILLE, ftl.
229 Market St., Maysville, Ky.
For salety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS, D. PEAKCE,
E. T. KIRK,
H. C. SHARP,
The 23d Day of November,
AtSo'oloclc p.m., we will offer tor sale to the
ulfcheit bidder the old Lloyd farm ot
On the Salem Turnpike, on and a halt miles
Souttieut ot Uurmantown, In JUion oounty.
This farm has boon In continuous ponciilon of
the Lloyd family itno) 183 J. It has hud careful
management, has always Uien a famous tobacco
farm and Is now Id a high state of cultivation,
This farm oau be divided to advantage and
will be ofMed for sale In parcels and as a whole.
There Is a good two-story dwelling, a tenant
houie, all necanary outbuildings, barn room (or
25,000 pounds of tobaooo, a never-falling and
well-distributed supply of stock water, and feno
Ing In good condition, The place is one and a
half mllei from cburchea and schools on a good
turnpike that leads to the stable door. This
farm pays a good per oent. firmed on the tenant
system and Is desirable either as an Investment
or as borne,
For further information apply to Dan U. Lloyd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
Mo, 280 Market Street
l'hon 883, MATSTILI.B, KT.
(Id Basinets 30 Yars.)
From Now to January Is, 1913
Plato and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have our store room and slaughtering
house in the belt sanitary condition of any In
the city and we Invite loot), state or government
Inspection. NVnbuy the best stock en tbt uar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
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 yourlhomc and demon
strate the Sweeper-Vac.
Wc also have a large and
complete line of high-class
Come and lot us show
Funeral Directors andEm
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Stroet. 'Phone 250
Daylight Window Displays
at Night -
It is wonderlul how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pur white raya of
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
POWER & DAULTQN
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this fall to eatiafy our customera. Years
Ago wo adopted the method ol fnir dealiug nud we
find it pays, for today our old customers have per
fect confidence in us. Wo sell the kind of goods
that inspires confidence and we guaranteo satisfac
tion. We havo the nattiest liue ot
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever Bold in Maysville. All the t.ew shades and
styles are hero. :;:::::,
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
If you want a good pair of shoes come hero for
t)iem, Every pair guaranteed. : : :
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Nats, Cups, Trunks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
Northaast Cor. Markat and Seom) . .
J. Wesley Lee
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