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I never saw a wblto Dull Moose,
I think that I should fearonp;
Dut if they ever turn one louse,
I'd rather soa than hear odb.
At South HlRRlnspott. D. P. Uarkloy had
15 sheep out of a fljck of 27 killed by dojjs.
Speaker Champ Clark will arrive in Wash
ington today preparatory to the opening of
Conferees.
Thirty witnesses from the Paclfio Coast will
testify In the "dynamlto conspiracy" trial at
Indianapolis
STx men, charge! with "tarrioR" 19 year-old
Minnie Le Valley at West Clarksvllle, 0., aro
up for trial.
C. II. Ammer has returned hero from Mays-
vlllo end has opened a cobbler's shop on Sec
ond street. Augusta Chronicle.
The fifty-one life iosnrance companies doing
business in Kentucky last year received $8,
578,445 in premiums and paid out $3,028,033.
78 in losses.
At BrookBvilla in the Circuit Court, eevaral
Indictments were returned against the C. & 0.
for blocking crossings in Augusta, on county
roads, etc.
See advertised list of now subscribers of
The Uaysvllle Telephone Cj. All subscribers
are requested to cut this adv. out of Tin; Pub
lic Ledger and Insert same In their telephona
book.
Come On Inl
Presldont-elect Wilson proposes to keep the
door to his private office at the White House
always open and accessible to the public. Ho
said ha would maintain as as far as possible,
"the open door" policy Inaugurated as Gover
nor of New Jersey.
BUILDING OF SCHOOLS
Prof. Hamlett Makos Flattering
Statement of Work That
Has Been
Dono
Tbe expenditure of a quarter of a million
dollars in the erection of new school buildings
throoghout Kentucky eicco the first of the
present year and an increase of "5 In the
school attendance, exceods all previous records
In the history of the state, acordioR to a
statement made by Professor Barksdale
.'-Hamlett, State Superintendent of Public In
struction. Ho Bald 'the Increased attendance
Is due to the stringent compulsory educational
law passed by Iho last Legislature, and its
strict enforcement by the officers in tho vari
ous counties in which it had been violated.
Prof Hamlett laid the increase In building!
was folly 230 over preceding yoars, and that
at the present time every county in tho state
with the exception of two can boast of a high
school, and that In a short time schools of a
similar nature will be built in those countier.
Shortly after be assumed the duties of the
office to which he was elected last year Prof.
Hamlett began to draft laws to be presonted to
tho Legislature for consideration, and after a
bard campaign he succeeded In getting most
of the measures on the etatuto books and us a
reaalt oJucation has been given a decided
bocst In Kentucky. Ills work has met with
the approval of tbo Woman's Clubs throughout
the state, all of which are taking an active
Interest in aducational work at the present
time.
HELP THE KIDNEYS
MAYSVILLE READERS ARE LEARNINQ
THE
WAY
Hit's the little kidney llls
Tbe lame, weak dr aching back
The unnoticed urinary disorders
That may lead to dropsy and Drlgbt's dls
case.
When the kidneys are weak,
Help them with Doau's Eidnoy Pills,
A remedy especially for weak kidneys.
Doan's have been used In Kidney troubles
for over CO years.
Endorsed by 30,000 people endorsed at
tome,
Proof In a Uaysvllle citizen's statement.
Lang Stevens, Maysville, Ky., says: "I can
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to everyone
who suffers from backache and kldnev weal-
cess. Uy kidneys were out of order and I
bad backache, attended with pain which ex-
" tended Into my kidneys The kidney secretion
' Irregular. Doan's Kidney's Pills bad
wfcv been Died In my family so I gava'tbem a trial.
" They mide me entirely better."
"' for sals by all dealers. Price CO cent',
Fottar-Ullbora Co., Buffalo, New York, sols
,"KBtifor the United States,
Reaaabtr the naiss Dosn's and take bo
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GEM THEATER
Where Quality ud Class Kelgn Supreme,
Today, Matinee and Night.
Draw Ins; on gold watoh tonight.
BLACK BEAUTY
l'atlio Western Drama.
HER ADOPTED FATHER
Kuanay Drama.
HOW THE CAUSE WAS WON
Sells Drama,
World's Eorles pictures Monday.
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MAP OF THE WORLD
First Sheet Issued of United
States Section of Mil-
lionth Scale Map
Tbo first ebect of tho United States
portion of tbo international mnp of
the world lias just been issued by the
United States Geoglogical Survey and
included Kbodo Island and portions
of New York, Connecticut, Masanchu
ecttp, New Hampshire, Maine and
Nova Scotia. This world map, re
cently undertaken by iigreement
among the leading nations, in being
prepared on the scale of 1 to 1,000,000
that is, 1 linear inch on tho map
rjpresenta 1,000,000 inches, or nearly
1G miles, on the earth's eurfacc. The
map is to consist ol about 1,500 sheets
covering nil tho land areas of the
world, each sheet representing -1 de
grees of latitude and G degrees of
longi nde. Tbc sheets will be num
bered according to n echeme covering
the whole world, and the eymbols in
dicsting tho natural features and the
works cl nvin will be uniform on all
the sheet. Jt l.aa been the dream of
geographers for many years to have
nn international map scientifically
constrncted on a uuiiorm scale, and
tho work is now under way. The
maps at present available, printed on
all sorts of scale", in geographies and
atlases, where tho most important
areas aro allotted tho greatest space,
inevitably lead to misconceptions as
to the relative size of the different
countries. Tlus it may not bo gen
erally realized that the area of Scot
land and Ireland together is less than
any one of our five largest States; or
that Texas is much larger than
France, or that tbo new States of New
Mexico and Arizona are each larger
than tho combined areas of tho Balkan
countries of Bulgaria, Houmania,
Servia and Montenegro, now engaged
in war with Turkey; or that Argen
tina is more than three times the eize
of thetbirtecn original Statts. With
an international 'map on a unifefrn
scale the study of comparative geog
raphy will become far more fascina
ting aud instructive.
Tho sheet just issued, which is
numbered ''North K 19" and known
as the Boston sheet, ia printed in six
colors and shows all the principal
cities and towns, railroads, main
wagon roads, and other works of man,
and the rivers, lakes and other water
features, The different depths of the
ocean aro dcnGtcd by contour lines,
or "depth curves," and various
shades of blue, and the relief, or
altitude of all parts of the land sur
face, by contour lines and color gra
dations, from palejgreen to brown, a
different tint being used for each 100
meters of altitude. The sheets (or the
tho completed millionth map of the
world would if combined cover an
area about ICO feet by 75 feet or a
globo 40 feet in diameter; the United
States portion would be about 1G feet
in width, n very large wall map. The
Boston sheet is 21 by 25 inches and
this will bo tho eizo of most of the
United States sheets. The maps of
areas at the far North covering G de
grees of longitude will of courao bo
much narrower than thoeo of areas
covering G degrees at the equator.
At tho present rate of progress tho
United States portion ot the iutei
national map should bo finished
within eight or ten years. It will bo by
far the beat map of tho country in
existence
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MAYSVILLE. JO.. FJUDAY. NOA'EMBER 15. 1912
Notice to Telephone Subscribers
Telephones installed since lust Directory wns iasuod by the Mnysville
Telephone Compnny, 8ubs;riber8 aro requested to paste this Met of names
in their Directory for reference.
Fill ltojd. It L.. Itestdenoe, Front street.
B39.U1 llaoon, L. T Kcildence, H, D. No. I.
IIS llramcl, Mrs. Mary II , Itetldenco, 609 Hast Second tr.et.
MJ-J Clark, Lawrence, Itesldenoo, 309 Rait Koiinli street.
183 Central Warehouse Company, 1'oplar street.
M8-L (livls, Mrs. Fannie, llesidence. Kust Second street.
!30 R Frcderlok, llomrr, rcslddace, 28 West Front street.
5.19 W3-Foley. Thomas J., Ilesldenco. It. D. No. 1.
639 Jl -Hughes. N. 1I Residence, It D. No. I,
COO Hotna Warehouso Compn.iv.Koreit avenue and Lexington street.
530-IlJ-IIuber.Amlel. Itolsdence.R. D. No. I.
381 Independent Warehouse Company, Forest avenue.
614 Keith, Mrs. I.uoy, Residence, b ront street.
209 It Mackey Transfer Company, Fourth street stable.
r83 V Morgan, S. .1., Studio, Cat rjnl Ilulldlne,
68M.I Mooro, W II. Residence, Sharou, Ky.
687-R1 Morgan, 0 M , Residence, Sharon.
r.89 Mackey, Mlts Irene, Residence, 3iR West Third street. '
638-Wl-Perrlnr,.I. D Residence, it. D. No, 1.
601 --Rogers, J. C, Residence. West Second street.
IW-Wt Uon, ,l. A., Residence, Sharon, Ky.
631 Rerd.J K, Residence, Kust Third s'reet.
616 5 Richardson, N. II., Residence, Jersey Rldee,
49 Roscr, Mri. Sarah, Residence, 34 Esst Front street.
183 J Spears, K. II , Residence, Aberdeen. Ohio.
481-rJ Sjott, Mrs. G. II., ReKdence, 30 Market street.
I8M.J Stdwell. C. II.. Residence, R. D. No. 1.
687.1,1 Schwelckart, Mrs. Lottie. Residence, Sharon, Ky.
612-J Sherwood, Mrs. Mamie, llesidence, Lexington street.
2MI.I Wilmington, Mrs. Kd , Restd'uce. East Second street.
183 5 Warren, Miss Rest o. Residence, Aberdeen, Ohio.
U7-L Royse. Mrs. George, Rs deuce, 307 Leilngtcu pike,
E. S. WELSH, Manager.
Tho Minerva H'gh School boys won the
baekotball gam) from Mayslick Saturday ;coro
15 to 9. Ilufereo, Jackson, Maysvllle.
Carried $192,000 Insurance
Cornellui Drlerly, 27, n prominent business
man of Homestead, Pa., who was killed by a
train at Claysvillo, Pa. .carried ?192,000 worth
of life insurance payable to h's wife aid
to bit parent?. As noarly nil this amount
wns taken out a month or two ago, the in
suranco companies holding the policies will, ft
is learned, make the usual Investigation to
determine how he camo to hii death.
TENNESSEE LEADS
In Number of Deaths From Tuber
culosis 4,000 Dio Annually
Tennessee ttands at tbo top of the list cf
states with tho moat deaths from tuberculosis.
About 4,000 persons dio annually from
tuberculosis In Tonnefse-. There are at tho
present lime 20,000 person sick with tuber
culosis in tho state.
Cionoraic loss to Tenneesooof ?32.000,000
annutl'y is tho estinnto of dent! a by tuSercu
lois. There aro more deaths from tuber
culosis in Tencessoe than from smallpox,
ecarlot fever, measles, bronchitis, diphtheria,
typhoid, the whoopicg cough and pneumonia.
CORRESPONDENCE
ABIGAIL
Mr. John Owens WiitoJ Tlnmaa Woodward
and wife of Silem Sundjy.
The School Improvement L;agua met at the
school house Thursday nilit to mike arrange
ments for a Christmas ontertainment.
Misses Maggie Orma and Uertha Phillips
visited Mrs. C. K. Kabler Friday night.
Mr. Charlie Woodward and Miss LI I a Derry
attendod tho teachers' meeting at tho Two
Lick Church Satu day.
Mr. Mace Henson and family visited John
Benson Sunday.
Mr. Ben Ojborn and wifo visited relatives
at Silem Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. EJ. Harnett and children visited rein
tivo3 at Rrooksvillo Saturday anl Sunday.
Mr. John Ojborn returned homo Tuesday
after a s voral days' stay with relatives at
Carlisle.
Pains All Over!
"You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken
Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to,
if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me
for a few days only."
JAKE
Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak
ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, If you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seemi hard
to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it.
Write fozLadlei' Advisory Dept. Chattinoosa, Medicine Co., Cbattaoet4 Tcsjl,
for SttdallMtrueHMU, and MBe book, "Mom TrtAtotat for Woated." st frtc. M
Deputy Sheriff Parker of Nicholas county
was here Tuesday and took with him to Car
lisle .William IMar, Negro, who was a anted
for bootlegging whiskey.
TALKED 3,000 MILES
Washington, November 12tb. Wireless
communications with tho Mare Island Navy
Yard, Calif jroii, moro than .".000 miles away,
has been esUblirhed by tho b'gh-power wire
less at Ft. Meyer.
Tho call of the local station was acswored
promptly and tho "talk" went on uninterrupt
edly for halt an bour. The Bound waves were
clear and perfect.
WILD WEST PICTURES CRAZ
ED COY
W(.koSmiih, 15, wlnsa homo Is in Hrlargor,
was ordered taken U Ihi Reform School at
Greendale, Tueediy by tho J'lvemh Court at
Covington. Testimony showed that the boy
has be 01 attending nickel show, n'pocislly
tboso if tlo WilJ West or.hr, until it wns
thought by hi rehtives (hit hT3 mind had be
come affected. Mondiy night tho testimony
showed that ho dressed up as an Iidiaa nnd
is allegod to hive threatened to set several
houes. afire. Ho m locked ia the Ilrlanger
InV, and afterward b'oubt to tho Juvenile
Jnil In Covington.
Advert:: :d Letters
IT IKllTlrll lllI' JIII m i'iiimIii
Below Is a lint of letters remaining uncalled
for at tho Maysvillo (Ky.) PostotTice for the
week ending November 13, 1912:
Adami, Babe
Knight, Mrs. K'e (2)
Lovln, b'Imon
Lofton, Miss Virginia
Uanley, J. A.
Patterson, L). 1).
Pordun, David
Starett, Chy
Travij, Mrs. I la
Tribly, J. H.
Wilkes, i U.
Drowning. Jnmes
Crawford, Bill
Davi, Andrew
Dodaon, J. U.
Drew, Mb D. P.
Ford, Mrs. Hmma
Gallagher, Thuraton
lllghfielJ, Ben
Ilcmphrey, Mrs. Bdll
Jaxson, Uiss Kittle
Ono cent duo on oach of above.
Persons calling for these letters will please
say that they aro advortisod.
Ci.Ar.ENcn Matiikws, Poatmastor.
Our Colored giJizens.
Mrs. Lirzla Moaee of Albany. lad., is visiting
her sister. Mrs. Ellen Taylor of Eiat Third
street, Fifth Ward. It is Mrs. Uosoe's first
visit to her old home in twonty-nino years.
. The
WomarfsTonie
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
THE PASTIME
TONIGHT
TKEOLD PROFESSOR
Eclair Comeay
Professors always travel with the Tastlme
BELLA'S BEAUX
Crystal
At the Tastlms all the time
LEAVES THE STORM
Hut finds shelter In the Pastime
Oh ha
ppy day la this Friday for the
holder of tho lucky coupon
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by the Home Tobacco Company.
COUGH LIN & GO.
EDWIN MATTHEWS
DENTIST.
flullol, FlrtXtlouttl Hank Uulhlbic,
IUA-VMVH.I.K, KV.
Local and Lock 'Office No. 555.
Dlilnnce Phones f Keitdonoe Mo. 127.
i l,eavt.
Arrivt
15:40 am
tS:l&:pn
18:J0tn.....t
Z0a.m.........t7:35&n
Jl :15 pm. ....jl0:20ri
a-up m.....3:is p n
Dilly tKieeptSnndat
II. S. ELLIS, Agent.
ChesaDeake & Ohio
Railway.
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Schedule effective Jim.
3, 1013. Subject to change
vrunoui notice
TRAINS LBAVK MAYSVILLE, KV
Sattixard
1:35 p.m., 8 00 p. m.,
10:34 p.m. dallv.
0;35 a. m., (Mllr.local
8:35 a.m.. 6iM p. m.,
week dttji, looal.
6:18 a.m., 8:tl a m ,
J:13p. m.,dalty.
5:. m., 0:21 a. m ,
wetK-davi local.
3.54p.m..daUy,l03a1.
V. W. WIKOW, Auent.
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Eye, Ear, Nose,
Throat
AM)
Chronic Diseases
OKrit'K IIOU11M
o;io ia. hi. -ifto cjp. in.
BUND.ITS
17 Appointment Only.
MISS TURA Tt'RNP.U 'li imonlitcil In lhn
office with Dr. Sinoot.
Mlit Turner li a graduate mine and hai Lad
lateral )ari hospital eipertenoa In the ute ot
1UTIIS, MASSAGE and
ELnCTRIOITV
FOH THE TREATMENT OF
CHRONIC DISEASES,
And li fullv nrenared lor the work. An nn il.
slrlnc her tervlcts will flnil her at Dr. Sinoot'a
nlllee, where the can be consulted but ween the
nourt or n and Wa. m and 1 to 4 p. m. Sundays
by appointment only.
PHONE BI.-
TIIK LKDQKK leads In
nil, nml l the fnvoilte apf
of the people.
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BUY NOW!
Dan Cohen's Shoe
and Rubber Sale
Offers the greatest opportunity of the season for the purchase of
your Winter Footwear. Buying, as we do, in unlimited quanti
ties, we are able to offer you values at great price reductions.
Is the time for you to lay in a supply of Winter Shoes and Rub
bers. Our stock is complete in every detail.
REMEMBER, It's
SO BE HERE
IDAN COHEN
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KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Now Looated at the
Southwest Corner of Bank and Second Streets,
Maysville. Ky.
Is now ready for buaineas, with a corps of efficient architect,
engineers, etc., with competent workmenship. best of materials,
and will contract to build from the very smallest to the greatest
all-firoproof buildings,
S. B. CHUNN, Manager,
Buy Your
While prices are down and the supply
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL COLD
WEATHER. Strikes at the mines
will make the supply short and high
prices will result. WE HAVE 100,
000 bushels in our yards. BUY NOW. .
Kanawha and Pomeroy Coals
Chestnut Coke for Furnaces
G. W. McDaniel $ Co.
OFFICES
PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET.
rUnSs IeJ
THE BEST IWHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY,
PEACH BRANDY, GIN AND WINES IN1THE
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Wo don't
handle rectified, blended or compounded goods of any kind
whatever. If quality counts, if purity is an object, if money
saving moans anything to you, we should have your trade.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,
0. H. P. THOMAS
xsrcrwr
Not What You MAKE; It's What. You
SAVE That Counts 1
TOMORROW,
W.
L LANGEFELS
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating I
High quality of Gas 'York a Specialty.
Handle Only the Bestof material. Dealer
in Brass Valves and Fittings, Gas BtovO
and Ranges, All Sixes of Sewer Pipe.
Maysville, Ky.
Coal Now
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