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LA.YSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1912.
ONE COPT ONE CENT.
SMILE.
A smile's the cheapest boon on earth,
It doesn't cost a thing;
And yet It changes (loom to mirth
And makes the old world slog.
There was a reception given the Mayavlllo
teachers at the home of Rev. Or. William C.
Condlt at Ashland last evening.
Jteyrhe Lsdlos of the Central Presbyterian
Church will have their annual Bitar on Decem
ber 5th and Gtb. adv.
EWe make a specialty of stamped towel
and novelties for Xmas work. Would be
vleaieTJ to have yon call and Inspect oar
line. The Art Shop. adv.
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Piano Tuning
II r. E. C. Shearer, piano tuner, of Cincin
nati wiir be here on hia regular trip for one
week, beginning Monday, November 18th. Or
ders may be left with MUs Ltda Berry or Cen
tral Dote.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ol coal during the last fen
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ot debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
PnOIfB 149.
Babbits are reported very scarce.
rTtav Public JLedger. local nad I Ml
PLtnnrr'Ptionr.Rn. 40.
Seasonable Suggestions !
Just received, NEW Evaporated Peaches and Apricots,
Buckwheat and Pancake Flour, PURE Maple Syrup,
Fancy Eating Apples. Join the throng of satisfied
dainkcrs of El Perco Coffee. We can furnish the best
Aluminum Coffee Percolators at manufacturers' cost.
J. G CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bid".
JHinJ&Sm Shingles I
Million of Them!
Wo httvt Just received two carloads of Clear Hcrt Cedar. Wo bought
thorn when tbe prlco was low and wo will anil ttioiu at tlio Lowest Pnnstblo
Prlco. Wo also liavn Cypress mid Poplar Sliiiiglo.4 and wo lire over-stocked
and forced to soil. Brim: your wajcon with jnu. Wo Kaarantco prlceo, and
will more than meet competition. Come In and auc. And don't you forget
that now is tbo time to Kct Shingles at
THE MASON LVMEER CO.
Incorporated.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Oeering Machinery. Maysville, Ky.
A. A. MoIiVCGIITilN. Xi. N. HUMAN.
HOMESEEKERS,
OPPORTUNITY !
hpjt
A substantial cottage ol three rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, ii of
fered lor eahnit a liargiiin. Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
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Seasonable Talks!
The Lucky Number
13,973 Is the tumber drawn no the $50 at
the Pastime last eight. Holder of same must
present this coupon by 7 o'clock Monday night.
A second drawing will take place on this date
If the coupon falls to appear.
Central Prosbytorian Church
Special services every night daring tho
coming week This is a week of prayer in the
Interest of borne missions, a caose which should
engage the thought and prayer of every Chris
tian. Everybody is cordially Invited. Ser
vices each night at 7 o'clock.
Now is the Season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing. hop--kilIirfp tirrie. Thankspivinp- and Tack Frost. Let
us help you get ready. We ve a complete stock or 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
of time.
Straight Record
Colonel R. B. Love), as a pure and undented
Democrat has a record that few ran equal and
none surpass. Since 18G0 the Colonel has
voted for the following 'residential candi
dates v
I860 John C. BrecVearidge.
18G4 George B. McClelland.
1868 Horatio Seymour.
1872 Horace Greely.
1870 Samuel J. Tilden.
18S0 W. S. Hancock.
Tuc Public Lkdgkk from now until Janiary
1st, 1914, for $3.
Ths C. and 0. pay car will arrive here lion
day wltb the monthly checks of the Company's
many employes at this place.
NOTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS
A break in Columbia Main Gas
Line occurred near Tollcaboro shortly
after 8 o'clock this morning. Force
ol men are at work on repairs. Mays
ville is receiving gas from supply
stored in pipo line. This supply will
last for several hours, possibly until
afternoon. If line 1b not repaired by
noon Maysville will be out of gas
until repairs are completed.
Consumers are cautioned to be
watchful of their fires and all gas
being used. If supply fails turn off
all valves until it has been ascer
tained from Gas Oflico that the gas
pressure is on again.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
By Horace J. Cochran.
Geo. H. Dinger.
LEADING
RETAIL
GROCERY !
WEATHER REPORT
FAIR TODAY AND SUNDAY AND
COLDEtt.
Tho Only Place in Maysville
To see a representative line ot Victor-VIo
trolas. Every stylo $15, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
Mrs. Virginia Williams of Commerce street,
If home after a throe weeks' visit with the
family of hereon, It. H. Williams at Huntington,-W.
Vs.;
SPECIAL OFFER!
All new subscribers and all those paying np "
past does for Tub Puuuc Lgdceb, and who
pay $3, one year's subscription, cash, will bs
given the paper from now until January 1st,
1014.
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Rose Glycerine CREAM!
Our own make of Glycerine Cream
for chapped faco and hands. Keeps the
skin soft and white. Insures the mostdel
icato complexion from rough, chapped skin
Mb Fi WILLIAMS & GOi "life LMIb Prfe.
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- HCEOHCHSTO-ER. & CO.kuu.
HUNTERS
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
:v-. FARMERS
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.
Mike Brown
r THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
1831-183S-1S92-189G-1900-1901-1908-1912-
Grover Cleveland.
Grovor Cleveland.
-Grover Cleveland.
W. J. Dryeo.
-W. J. Bryan.
Alton B. Parker.
W. J. Bryan.
Woodrow Wilron.
COMBINED OPPOSITION
Of Democrats and Third Termers
Too Much For Lonuworth
700 TEACHERS PRESENT
lsAfnd Independent.
Teachers from all over the Ninth Kduca
tional District are In Ashland 700 strong, at
tending the Teachers Association, nnd they
are a gram) body of workers, splendid sped
mens of men nnd womeo. They have been
given the keys of thd city, and everything is
wide open to welcome them.
J. W. Iliadner, Superintendent of the Publlo
Schools of Maysville, and formerly head of the
Ashland High Schools, cave the response
to the address of welcome and bis remarks
were mojt fitting.
Miss Jraaio O. Yancey talks this afternoon,
her subject being "ilafon County's Part In
History."
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Better Jeans l'antr, at $1.20, better Corduroy Pants at $1.85, better Uuderwear at 45c and better
Men's Sweaters at 45c than you will fitnl in any other store in Maysville. Compare.
Brown and Black Yelour and Fur Uats. $3 quality, $2 Saturday.
Cool weather should interest you in our magutficeut line of Chinchilla and Fur Beaver Overcoats,
the grandest garmonts ever Bold in Maysville
We haven't the space to enumerate the reductions in Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits vre will make
on Saturday.
Another shipment uf our now widely celebrated Worsted, Plaited-Back Raglan Sleeve Raincoats. Since
we bought the last lot these garments have advanced 20. As long as they last wo continue to sell them at
$10.
Extra help in our 8hoe Department next Saturday. You will not be detained waiting to he waited on.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Leading Clothing apri
Shoe Shop.
Mrs. P. II. King of West Fourth street has
received a letter from Mrs. Joseph Mcintosh
of IadUnapolis, Ind., stating that her mother,
Urs. John Alexander, was critically III at her
home In that city. Mrc. Alexander was
formerly Mies Mary Gibbon of Maysville,
whore the has relatives and friends.
Miss Amy Calhoun, accompanied by her
aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Hurt of Ottawa, III., arrived
home last evening. Miss Amy's several years
atay in Illinois has Improved her health won
derfully as her excellent and fine appearance
plainly indicates. Her many friends will
rejoice at her home-coming.
The romalns of Mrs. Margaret McNamara,
who died Wednesday night at her home la
Portsmouth, O., accompanied by her eight
children, passed through here this morning
for Carlisle where the funeral will take place
today.
Washington, November 15th. Congress
man Nicholas Longwortb of Cincinnati sent
today the following telegram:
"Cincinnati, 0., November 15tb, 1912
"for Poit, Waihington: Lost by 90
rotes. Could not withstand combined opposi
tion of Democrats and Bull Moose. Laid up
for repairs.
"NicnoLAs Loncwokth "
KENTUCKY BAPTISTS
To Moot at Lexington Next Year
Woman's Auxiliary Elects
Officers
PurdrN
Personal !
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Mrs. W. G. LsU tod daughter, Mlos Anna
belle, sre viiitlfq In Cincinnati today.
, Urs. Thomas Downing of Lawisburg Is visit
ilng friends at Washington, her former home.
v Mrs. S. P. Browning of West Second street
pis returned home from a week's visit in
tLonlsviile.
Mrs. Thomas Senteney of Birmingham, Ah.,
Is visiting her mother, Mrs. R, P. D. Thompson
;,of Bait Second street;
I , : Mrs. Nora K. Brown of West Fourth street,
: Is home after a nlco monthj delightful visit
.'with relatives In Chicago.
iV Mrs. Samuel F. Daugbtrty and son. Hiram
iJr., of Covington are visiting Mr. Daoghuety's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Daugberty, Cen
f tral Hotel. Young Hiram Is the prid and
kop9 of his granddad, U. B. Daughertj.
Mrs. Eler Hello of Lakevlew Park, LUoola,
is spending several days in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Riina and family
are visiting relatives in Hyde Park, Cincinnati
Mrs. Weimer and daughter, Miss Francos,
of Columbus, Oblo.ars the guests qf Mlis Stel
la Archdeacon.
Captain James Harbeson and Mrs. Judge
James Harbeson were visiting Miss Fannie M.
Marshall at Washington Friday.
Dr. J. A. Simpson, optician, accompanied
by his ion, Albert, left, Thursday for Williams,
town, Ky., where the Doctor will spend sev
eral days hunting,
2G25G held by Mr. Sam McGlont got the
watch at the Gem last eveniog.
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Suit Filed
The Standard Bank ot Mayivills has filed
suit in the Mason Circuit Court against George
E. Turner and Sarah F. Turner. The suit Is
brought to recover on a note dated December
28th, 1009, for $125. Plaintiff prays for
Jadgment against defendsn)s for said sum
wltb Interest thereon from June 1st, 1911, until
paid, and for costs herein expended. Worth
Ington & Cochran Attorneys for plaintiff.
PIMENTO CHEESE!-
Try a pound. It It a lull N. Y. Oreaw Cham with the Pimantos
IwaiJc intolt.
Ws tarry BRICK. LIM1UKQIR, ftOQVSrORT Rtttt any kiid yn
Madisonvillh, Kv, November 15th. The
next meeting of the General Association of
Kentucky Baptists will be held at Lexiogton,
that city winning over Njwport. The associa
tion disposed of much buslners today and will
adjourn.
At a mats meeting on missions over $30,000
was pledged for state work, or twice tbe
amount ever subscribed In one year.
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WOMAN'S UNION
THE COVER-ALL.
Children's Sleeping Garments complete cover little ones and prevent chilling the body during tha night
hours when circulation is low. v
The knit iabric contains a small percentage of fine wool, just enough to absorb the perspiration of the body
and avoid the clammy effect common to all garments made exclusively of cotton.
The cotton and the wool are double carded with infinite care and so thoroughly mixed that every thread has
its exact portion.
The fabric is specially designed on correct, hygienic principles to keep the body both dry and warm and thus
induce healthful sleep.
The Iabric is washed and shrunk before cutting and positively will not shrink or scratch.
i to 9-year sizes. )
LUXURIOUS COMFORTS
Perhaps you think comfort quality varies slightly that all comforts at $1.00 are pretty much alike. Well we
want you to examine as many $1.00 comforts as you possibly can, then tell us what you think of ours. After many
years experience in comfort buying and selling, we unhesitatingly declare these $1.00 Comforts the greatest values
for the price ever offered.
lass HEXJ3STT?S i9is
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&rSmoka Maaontan and La Tosoa, Scents
Regular meetiog ot Maysville Council No.
1377, K. of C Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. A full attendance desired.
Tiiouas W. Bueen, G. K.
John McAulitTe, Secretary.
"Now Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Adverttitment)
The most select llaa of Red Seal records
ever In Maysville. November records also on
sale at Murphj's Jewelry Store. adv.
f When needing dental work call on Cartmol
. .
This morning was tbe chilliest of the
season, the temperature being down to 24.
Jack Frost bad been busy and all out ot doors
was etched with azure and white making a
panorama of loveliness.
The Lodger Giving Dishes Away
We have 20 seta of beautiful bias and gold
enameled dishes, 45 pieces to the set, good
enoogh for any Thanksgiving table, IS per lit
to new inbscrlbers paying one year Is admet
$6 in all. Come In and examine tbiu.
Homo Mission Mooting at the First
Presbyterian Church on No
vember 19lli, 1912
rnocRAU.
Morning Scnion10 o'clock.
Devotional Loader, Miss Ssllie Burrows.
Music.
Home Missions in Our Churches
First Presbyterian Church Miss Rains
Central Presbyterian Church Miss Noyes
Baptist Church Mies Curtis
Christian Church Mrs. Young
Eplscopil Church Miss GUI
M. E. Church, South Miss Beat
Music.
City Mission Work illss Uurd.
Adjournment.
Afternoon Saiion2 o'clock.
Devotional Leader, Mrs. Sharp.
Solo Mi Amy King.
AMtmc, "Awrlu'i Neeis and Opportuil
IIm" Mm. Swak K. Ywtij.
The Straw Vote
Shows that every'Three out of Four
Suits or Coats that arc being vrorn
t 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 arc correct,
where a perfect fit is guaranteed.
SUITS, $12.50 to $29.
COATS, $4.98 to $29.
DRESSES, $4.98 to $25.
Better Shoes
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 arc now being sold in the
large cities at $5 pair.
"Regal Shoes" for men are the ''sole"
of perfection. $3.50 to $5.
Wc know there arc no better Men's
WORKING SHOES made than
the KIND wc sell. $3 and $3.50.
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