White Star Coflee, N. O. Molasses, Post
Tavern Specia New Layer Figs, Red
. Kidney Beans, Navy Beans.
Geo. H. Dinger.
fAJL y public a ofi-jm
MAYSVILIiE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, )t,
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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A maiden whose last nam?was Flynn
Was food of her bitters and gynn;
When sho drank forty-two
She would Bay: "Now I'm through,"
And thao the would watch the world spynn.
Drawing on goll watch at tho Gem tonight.
Mr. Frank Ilaucke haa accepted a position
at the Gem theater as trap drummer.
a"We make a specialty of stamped towels
and novelties for Xmas work. Would be
pleased to havo you call and Icspect our
- lino. The Art Shop. adv.
Vancoburg National Bank
The Deposit Dank of Vanceburg has filed
application wiCh tho Government to change
from a State to a National bank and will In
croase its capital to $25,000. They expect to
have the transfer complete by tho first of the
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ol coal during tho last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
moro trade your trado by giving
you a greater value for your money
You will never get out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAY8VILLE COAL CO.
Wauted Good cook Apply at this office.
TTh Public rdt-fir, local and long
A substautial cottngo o( three rooms with
large porch, located in Bixth Ward, is of
fered for sale at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
ushelp 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 Lamp?, and in fact anything
you need. If we l-aveu't what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
' Mike Brown is your friend !
Seasonable Suggestions i
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 Bldg.
A Million of Them!
Wo Imvt Just reccivril two cnrlondu of Clear lied Oritur. Wo bought
t tic in when tho prlco was tow and wo will ndl thoin at tho lowest 1'oRatbto
Prlco. Wo also havo Cypress mid I'oplnr Shingles and wo oro over-stocked
and forced to sell. Brinir. your wagon with you. Wo gimi'imtro pricco, and
will more than meet competition. Come in and sue. And don't you forget
that now is tho timo to get Shingles at
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cot. Limestone and Sccoml Streets. 'Phone 519.
A'gents for Ueoring Machinery. Maysville. ISy.
A. A. MCLAUGHLIN. Ij. N. IJKI1AN.
Gold watcb given away at the Gora tonight.
Losses from fires n Ohio during the month
of October were $231,271.
Parry brothers, near Washington, had lea
sheep killed by dogs Sunday night.
Mr. M. K. McClanahan, the populir street
car cocdoctor of this city, 3 confined to hla
home In the Eist Eod, with a sovoro cold.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sharp have rccelvod
word that their eldest aon, Windsor, of Hunt,
ingtoo, W. Va was marrlod Id Chicago last
Tuesday to a Miss Williamson of West Vir
Your hardest competitor la not tho man who
undersells you, nor Is ha tho man who under
buys you, but be may do both of these. The
competitor you neel most to fear Is tho man
who uses brains plus energy plui system to
keep things moving all along the line alvtay.
Competition Is no longer so much a matter of
prlco as It Is a matter of brain.
Tbo stylo of the firm of Cloningor Potter,
19 West Fifth avonue, JCoIquiLuj, 0., bin
changed to that of Clonlnger & DriJe?.
Colonel Satrsuol P. Ilrldgc3 of this city having
bought tho half Intetest of the junior member.
This established and popular firm manufact
ures all kinds of tltvorlng extracts, syrups,
root beer, cola syrups, ginger alo and lemon
ade. Colonel Bridges' nuny Kentucky friends
wish him good luck and p'enty of It.
The runuc Lnnnna from now untllJanuary
1st, 1014, for $.'.
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.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Dr. Connor and two gontlomon friends of
Cincinnati came op Monday to examine the
Audubon well, returning home on tbo Courier.
Todsy.Saturday and Monday we will havaepe
'olal display of Dolls for Christmas buyers; large
line of sample dolls. Dring the kiddles In to
see them. J. T. Hackle & Co.
"MUSICAL PRACTICE" DIS
CUSSED At a meeting of the Maysvllle School of
Uuslo Tuesday ovenlng, November 12th, the
subject ot Practtco was discussed. The main
1. The Importance of Practice.
2. Whit to Praclhe.
3. How to Practice.
4. Aids to Practice.
f. How Much to Practice.
3, Obstsctles In the Way of Practice.
7. Concentration the Most Important
8. Pracl'ca that is Worse than no Practice
1 1 Careless Practice.
The subject for next Tuesday evening Is
"Expression la Uurlc,"
Mrs. C. L. Rieonbam of West Fourth street
was called yesterday afternoon to Simpson-
ville, Ky to attend the bedside of her mother,
Mrs. W. O. Pemberton, who Is critically 111.
DEATH OF A NOTED ED
UCATOR Prof. A. 0. Carr, a native of Mason county,
died Wednesday at Shorraao, Texas, whero he
was the Prosldent of Carr-Rurdette College. He
will be burled at Sherman today.
Prof, Carr was a brother of Mr. It. A. Carr
of thla city and a man of profound loarnlng
and culture and was a graduate of Trans)!
rania University, Lexington.
Ue married HI is Mattle Myers, also of Ihll
county, at that time Principal of locker Col
lege, which la now Hamilton College.
On graduating Mr. Carr went to Australia
where he was very successful as a preacher
and toacber. Ou his return to the United
States be founded the Carr-Durdette College,
where be has been since, Mrs Carr died about
tLrje years ago.
Prof. Carr was an uncle of John Fox, Jr.,
tho Kentucky novelist, and only recently made
a trip to Kentucky to attend the funeral of
John Fox, Sr hla brother In-law.
--PfHVr0 CHEESE !-
Try a pound, It Js a full N, Y, Uream Guocso with (he Flmentoa
made into it.
We carry BRICK, LIMDURQKIt, ROQVEFORT and any klad you
2?nneg4a. , fti, PfTTI & CONRAD.
BAPTISTS HOLDING BIG
Madibonviixe, Kv., November 11th. To
day the general association of Kentucky
Baptists devoted its session to education, Jud
son centennial and woraau'a work. Theolog
ical education was considered yesterday and
Prof. Robertson of Louisville, asked for ?2,
500 to aid students. A collection of $3,000
was taken, the largest In tho h'story of the
seminary. There are now 275 students and
fifty more are coming, making the seminary's
greateit attendance Of these forty-two are
ARMY OF HUNTERS
D'. William Bowman of Vancetur, accom
panied by his sister-in-law, Mrs, Alice Green
lee of West Union, 0 , passed through here
yosterday en routo to Tollesboro on a visit
with the Doctor's daughter, Mrs. Joel 0ene.
Mr. and Mrs. Oa'ccs and family will leave De
comber 1st for California and a ill tako up
their residence on a ranch near Los Angeles.
The Only Placo in Maysvillo
To sea a representative lino of Vxtor-Vic
trolss. Every styla $15, $23, $10. ?50 up to
$200. Murpby, tho Joweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
Dismantled Dover Plant
Parties from Carrollton employed by tho I
Hurley Tobacco Company, list week dlimantlod !
tho hydraulic tobacco press in the company's
warehouse here, and shipped aamo to Carroll-'
ton, where it nil! be Install-.d In a now ware
house Ining bu'lt by tho c mpaoy in that city. '
Elder W. I!. Lloyd loft Monday morning for
San Diego, Cal., to bold a meeting.
James II. Nelson, aged nearly 81, died
Wednesday morning of last week. Ho was
tba father of Editor J. C. Nelson of Tho
Isaac Bower came up from Georgetown, 0.,
Friday lost to visit his mother, brother and
sister. Ha was elected Sheriff of Brown
county at the recent election, on tho Demo
cratic ticket, of course
Among thoeo attending the funeral of John
S. Pearce horo Wednesday wore: Charles C.
Pearce and wlfo of Bloomlngton, III.; Ed. E.
Poarce, J. C. Carrlck, wlfo and daughter, Dean
W. T. Capors, Ml. s Amanda Hughes, Auditor
H. M. Bosworth and wife, C. A. Brown, all f
Loxlngton, and J. B. Russell and wife, and Miss
Susie Armstrong of Maysvllle.
FAIR AND CONTINUED COOL
Mrs. KateHanley of Frankfort, formerly of
1 his city, returned homo yesterday? after a
pleasant visit with Mr. and Mr?. William Kin-
sler of Limestone street. Mrs. Hanley Is
Matron of the Woman's Department of the
Stnte Prison at Frankfort, an Important post
tion which sbo has he'd for a number of years.
On Sunday night last a balky horse.whlcb he
was whipplng.belonglng to Will Toncray.olther
fell or throw iteolf over the high bridge, near
Tollesboro, on tho new pike, and was killed.
All new subscribers and all those paying up
past dues for Tiik Puiiuc Ledger, and who
pay $3, ono year's subicrlpllon, cash, will be
given 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
"Big Drugstore WW)
tho Little Prfto."
3D- ZUO:iSr(3J-HlP & 00.
Better Jeans Paute, at $1.20, better Corduroy Panta at $1.85, hotter Uuderwenr nt -loc and better
Men's Swpaters at 45c than you will Hud iu any other store in Mayaville. Compare.
Brown and Black Velour and Fur Hata. $3 quality, $2 Saturday.
Cool weather should interest you in our magnificent line of Chinchilla and Fur Beaver Overcoats,
tho grandest garments ever sold in Mayaville.
Wo haven't the space to enumerate tho reductions in Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits wo will make
Another Bhipmontof our now widely celebrated Worsted, Plaited-Back Knglan Sleevo Raincoats. 8inco
wo bought the last lot these garments have ndvuneed 20, As long as they last we continue to sell them at
Extra help in our Shoe Department next Saturday. You will not be detained waiting to bo waited on.
D. HECHINGBR & CO.
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing art
The marriage of Miss Jane Bright Robinson
and Mr. William Nurris at Winchester last
nfbt waB a very brilliant affair. Among the
hundred guests were Mrs. Salllo Hall, Mr.
Houston Hall and Miss Esther Hall of Maya
Tho Public Schools of Mayaville and Mason
county are enjoying a holiday today owing to
tho attendance of ull the teachers upon the
Ninth District Educational Association whica
convened In Ashland this morning for a two
Iter, and Mrs. Henry E. Gabby and son
who have beon visiting tho parents of Mrs.
Gabby, Mr. and Mrs. William Trouta of Mar
ket stroet, and other relatives In this vicinity,
left for tholr homo in Uopklnsvllle, Ky.,yoa tor
N S1 A n uwi A
In Fields and Woods Today In
Four Hundred and Fifty Licenses
Issued By County Clerk
The march of tho victorious Bulgar
ians in Turkey is somewhat similar
to the invasion ol the intrepid hunt
ers today in Mason county in quest of
tho olusivo game, and rabbits, quail
and other birds will bo slain by tho
Yesterday County Olerk Owens is
sued sixty licenses bringing tho total
up to (our hundred and fifty. It
should be kept in mind that every
hunter must carry his Hceuso with
him, Should a Game Warden happen
to pounco upon him and find him
without the necessary papers n heavy
fine is the penalty.
It is to bo hoped that thoro will bo
no serious or fatal results from the
day's sport and that the tired hunters
will return homo tonight loaded down
with game and well satisfied with
their day in tho field and woods with
gun and dogs,
If you have never experienced
comfort of slipping into a soft,
fleecy, furry night robe on a
cold winter night be sure to
buy one of our flannellette
night gowns or shirts. They
are comforts easily procured, as
the prices are only 50c. 75c
y and $1 The 50c garments are
made of pretty striped flannel
ette. The 75c and $1 garments
come in either plain or fancy
Look around and prove to yourself the superiority
of our Suils- The materials are bettet than one finds in
suits costing $5 t,o $10 more. The tailoring exactly dupli
cates that of made-to-order suits. Styles for womenwho
want small, average or extra sizes. All prices from $lfe to
$40. Some very effective models were recently sent us
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
S7Smoke Mosonlan and La Tosoa, Gconta
Joseph Dolllogar, a farmer GO years old,
shot hlmiolf othls homj near Decitur, Ohio,
Monday. Tbo act was committed to keep
from bolng placed uader arreit for some
minor trouble, It Is said.
tf& f Now la the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, LlmeBtone street.
The moat select line of Red Seal records
eTer In Mayaville. November records also on
sale at Murphj'a Jewelry Store. adv.
-When needing dental work call oaCartmel Jho Ledger GiviDfl Disb.68 Away
Mrs. Julia Cummiogs of Houston avenue,
who has been visiting relatives In Cincinnati
arrived home Tuesday. Urs. Cummiogs will
soon go to the Queen City to make ber perma
We have 20 sets of beautiful blue and gold
enameled dishes, 45 pieces to the set, good
enough for any Thanksgl? ioij table, $3 per set
to new eubacrlbera paying one year Id advance
$6 In all. Come in and examine tbem.
The Straw Vote
Shows that every Three out of Four
Suits or Coats that are being worn
in Maysville come from our store.
The fourth one is very otten an
old one. Why not be on the win
ning side? Buy your Coat or Suit at
our store, where the style is right,
where the garments are correct,
where a perfect fit is guaranteed.
SUITS, $12.50 to $29.
COATS, $4.98 to $29.
DRESSES, $4.98 to $25.
For the Same Money !
More good Shoes have arrived by ex
press. Ladies' Gun Metal and Tan Button
High Shoes that we are selling at
$4.25 are now being sold in the
large cities at $5 pair.
"Regal Shoes" for men are the Sole"
of perfection. $3.50 to $5.
We know there are no better Men's
WORKING SHOES made than
the KIND we sell. $3 and $3.50.
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