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New Arrivals 1
White Star Coffee, N. O. Molasses, Post
Tavern Specia Now Layer Figs, Red
Kidney Boans, Navy Beans.
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MAYSVILLB, KY., MONDAY, NOVJ2MBEK 18,1912.
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THE HOimORS OF WAU.
A Bulgarian maiden named riqyghmryurro-
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Loved n soldier whore name was Ulnbgklop
kuzu; WheU he left for the front
Us Bald with a emit:
,T1I meet you an Ubatrtzxylknopmasiagorf
lapamloxatzar." Cincinnati Enquirer.
World Series pictures at Gem today.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mr. William
Fitch, of noar Lowisburg, la ill with dlptherla.
iim S. BJllhler' of Court street, under
went a alight operation at Wileon Hospital for
tocaUitiJ
Richard McDowell Nichols, need 21, year, a
student in Stato Unlvereity, died yesterday
afternoon nt the Good Samaritan Hospital,
following an operation for appondicitis. Young
Nichols was the eon of Dr. T. C. Nichols of
Morgan, Ky.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports sliowtbo steady
output ot coal during the last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
more trndc your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL GO.
PIWNE Its.
pif When needing dental work call on Cartmol
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1T The Public Irf-dffrr, loratl unci long
Klhiiir'riioiinrto, 111.
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HOMESEEKERS'
OPPORTUNITY !
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A substantial cottago of tlirro rooms with
largj porch, locnted in Sixth Ward, is of
fered for ealo at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
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Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
jTTTS,rEelrybu get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
.Hunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Kobes,
.Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamp?; and in fact anything
jou need. It we ! aven t what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
of time.
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 Bid;).
Shingles
Shingles I
Shingles
A Million of Them!
Wo havtjuBt recolvod two cnrloads of. Clear lied Ccrtnr. Wo bought
them when the prlco was low and wo will, ocll thorn nt tho Lowest Possltilo
Price. Wo nUo havo Cypress and i'oplnr Shingles and wo aro oror-ttooked
ami lorccu to sell. urinf your wagon witn you. jaw o Run rnnt.ro priccfl, ana
will mnro than meet competition, unmo in and voc.
that now Is tho time to get Shingles at
And don't you forget
THE MASON (LUMBER CO.
Incorporated.
Cot. Limestone and Second! Streets. 'Phone 519.
Aflonts for Ooering Machinery. Maysville, My.
A. A. McTjAUOIIIilN. I,. N. BIOIIAN.
See Mighty Mathewson at Gem today.
BREAK
In Columbia Gas Pipe Lino Causos
No Inconvenionco Horo
HUNTERS
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
.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
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
MISS MABEL DUNN
.'Who Was Shot in the Back,
finds Bullet Herself in
.Right Breast
Miss Mabel Dunn, who was shot in
ithcSback Hallowe'en and has sinco
been in Wilson Hospital with the
location of tho bullet still in doubt,
felt something under the skin of her
right upper breast Sunday morning,
bV. nnd was rejoiced to find that it was
' -tho 88-calibcr bullet which eo nearly
caused her death. The deadly missile
which tven the X-ray failed to locate
"Iliad ranged upward in its course, pen
etrating only part of tho lung, but no
"vital orgau.
Mrs, Dunn, mother of Miss Mabel,
said yesterday that her daughter found
the bullet very unexpectedly and that
they were nil much relieved.
She said that it rests with Miss Ma
bel as to whether or not the ball would
bo Iremoved. It probably will be cut
out, as there is now no danger to re
sult from its removal.
Tho young lady was yesterday taken
from Wilson Hospital to tho homo ol
Mr, Q. W. Owens in Eaet Second street.
fiSSThe Ladies of the Central Treat)) terlan
Church will have their annual Umr on Decem
ber Gth and C h adr.
Beginning yeatorday.Suoday November 17tb,
the L & N.'a early morning train No. 5 will
leive Mayaville at C:3j Initead of 6:40, at
formerly.
Arm Broken
Sunday morning Mr. HarreyRIcp,on of Judge
W. II. Rice, in loading a yonngetallloD from the
barn at tho boms pltce near Lewlaborg the
animal reared up and struck Mr. Dice with its
fore leg on t'ns rljjht arm breaking the mem
her in Uo plaoei. Dr. P. R. Haroror of tbli
city, together with Dr. Long, attended the In
jured man.
-PIMLXTO CHEESE 1
Try a pound.
The explosion In the big 20-Icch Columbia
Gas pipe line near Ribolt Saturday mornlog
from somo unknown rau9e,.was quickly ro
paired and rojultod In no Interruption ot ga
service at Mayaville, aa there was sufficient
storage gas In resorve to last Moyevlllo con
sumers half a day.
Three joints of pipe were blown out by tho
explosion.
J. P. McClosky of Huntington W. Va.,
Superintendent of tho pipe line, who was in
Cincinnati, rushed to tho ecene of the trouble
in a spscial train over the C. &. 0.
Three sections of pipe were taken from
Moysvlllo by autos. The break was repaired
and the gis turned on at 3 o'clock.
Fiom tho time the line was shut down until
5 o'clock Saturday eventng Cincinnati drew on
the reserve supply in the big Hist Bod gas
holder?, where 9,000,000 cubic feet are bold
for such emergencies.
AT MAYSVILLE IN 1913
Ninth District Teachors Will Meet
Nicholas County Wins
Library
Mason county lost the library givoo away
at tho Ashland meotinu of the Ninth District
E Jucational Association Saturday, but next year
the meeting will bo held In Mxysvilla and it
will be quite the largest oducational gathering
evor seen here.
The Ashland meeting waa a pronounced suc
cess as tho Interest and hcspitality extended
the 511 teachers present was intenso and
heart-felt.
That Mayavillo will do likewise when the
educators meet hero is promised lu advance.
The Ashland Independent, always enter
prising and alert, contained the proceeding of
the meetings In full which greatly assisted
In the success of tbo big event.
The Independent noted at length tbo ad
dresses mado by Saperintoident J. W. Ira loer of
Mayaville Schools and Miis Jessie O. Yatcy
Superintendent Mason County School., noting
In part na follows from Miss Yancej'aremarkr:
"Miss Jesslo 0. Yancey, Superintendent of
Mason County Schools, a wide, awako woman,
and one who stands for tho consolidation of
schools, was heard today on ber plans. Hiss
Yancey showed pictures of the Mayslick
School building, where 29 J pupils attended,
and ahe also showed the plcturefof the nine
school wagons used to transfer tbo pupils to
and from school. Miss Yancey nlll hivo an
oxhibit at tho Lou'srille Child Welfare Ex
bibit. Miss Yancey's Ideas of consolidation
are not experimental."
Nicholas county was awarded tho library
given to lbs county sendiog the largest num-
m
ber of teachers, as It had 114 present,
Officers were elocted as following:
President Mies Lydla A. Gardner, Nich
olas county.
' Vice President R. L. Gatther, Mason
cuunty.
Treasurer John Vallandlogham.
Tba following waa the teachers' enrollment
of the different counties:
llarrlton 6
Greenup 20
Rowan 20
Fleming 29
Carter 5
Dracken 9
Lewis 23
Mason 08
Lawrence. ,. 60
Bord ; 103
Nicholas 114
Other ccontlir . 29
Total..... ,..?., ...,...-. 611
Somerset, Ky., November lGtb. Pulaski
county emerges from the Presidential cam
paign to jump Into a local option fight, tho
lection hiving been called for December lOtb,
when tbo ciuoty will voto as a uaft on tbo
local option matter.
Mr. Samuel N. True of Dover, who Is to be
fl ior manager of tho Home warehouse in this
city, was up Saturday hulling a residenco and
will move here witb hia fstnl'y next week.
He is an experienced tobacco handler and will
attend to h'a duties llko a veteran, and he'll
have the biggest j')b of his life on bis bands,
too
Til MAP.
Born, to Ur. and Mrs. A L. Thomas of this
city at the borne of her mother, Mrs. Emma
7ler, in lit Olivet, Sunday, November lOtb, a
son.
Mayslick High School Benefit
When phoning for your Tbsnksglvlog hol
iday remember "Tba Mayslick High School
Benefit" which means much pleasure at little
cost.
Dinner, bazaar, baslotball, plays compose
tbo program from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
.
Homo Missions
The Women's Union Homo Mission meotlng
will bo beld at tho First Presbyterian Church
tomorrow night.
i oa should hear the address of Mrs. Sarah
K. Yancey on "America's Needs and Opportu
nities."
Continued Fair Woather
Indications are that the prevailing fair
weather will continue through the week over
Central and S-n'hera States with a tendency
towards somewhat higher temperature by
Tuesday, according to the Westher Bureau's
week'y bulletin.
Foreman William McKollnp of The Augusta
Chrdhlcle, wife and little daughter were In
Mayaville Saturday acd later loft for Vance
burg to visit the home folks.
The Only Placo in Mayaville
To see a representative line of Victor-Vic
trolaa. Every style $15, $25, $40, $S0 up to
$200.' Murphy, the Jowoler, will gladly play
them for you. sit.
See Smoky Wood at Gem today.
At New York after a quarrel with her
fiance, Charlotte F. Weslland, a young widow,
committed suicide by plunging 150 feet into
tho East river from the Manhattan Bridge,
The plant of tho Van Camp Tacking
Company at Indianapolis was bndly
burned, entailing a loss of $100,000;
covered by insurance.
A
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Rose Glycerine CREAM !
10c
Our own make of Glycerine Cream
for chapped face and hands. Keops the
skin soft and white. Insures tho most del
icate complexion from rough, chapped skin
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. "" WR-
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The Quality Store
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Know It
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No sensational "so-called" bargains. Always full value more often more than that for your money.
Our Overcoats and Suits we are soiling for $8.50, $10 and $12 are unmatchable bargains. Comparo
with others' Higher grade Suits and Overcoats at $18, $20 and $25; include the HirachVickwire and Col
lege Brands, found only in our House.
Our Underwear is the best value for tho money in town. Better Jeans and Corduroy l'ants for the
money tbau can be found elsewhere. "Compare."
Tho best Men's and Boys' Shoes in town. Eich pair guaranteed to give reasonable satisfaction, "Tho
Kind" we sell warrants our guarantee. Here is where you want to buy Shoes.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Loading Clothing
Shoe Shop.
and
TSmoke Masonlan and La Too cm, 5 cent
Stanley McDowell, Western Union meesen
gor, who fell Into an 8-foot ash pit at the C.
&. O.'s East Ead coal docks Friday night, is all
o. k. again, but ho had a oarrow escape with
bis life.
Gots Fifty Dollar Present
Mr. Frank Garrett of 1422 Chester street,
Mayaville, beld the lucky coupon, No. 13,973,
In the $50 contest of the Pastime theater, and
received the $50 when be presented the coupon
Saturday.
SPECIAL OFFERI
All new subscribers and all those paying up
past dues for The Public Ledcek, and who
pay $3, one year's subscription, cash, will be
given the paper from now until January 1st,
1914.
1 riJb vjUVfcK-ALL.
Children's Sleeping Garments completely cover little ones and prevent chilling the body during the night
hours when circulation is low.
1 he knit labric contains a small percentage of fine wool, just enough to absorb the perspiration of the bodyJ
ana avoia me ciammy euecc common 10 an garments maae exclusively or cotcon.
The cotton and the wool aro 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 labric 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.
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The Pobuc Ledger from now intil Janiary
let, 1914, for $3.
Wallace Plummer and Llddie ltoyse of tho
West End were married Saturday evening at
the homo of IUv. 1. E. Roed In East Third
street.
aVNow la the time to buy yourwkttex
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Advertisement)
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The most select Use of Red Soal records
ever In Mayavillo. November records also on
sale at Murphj's Jewelry Store. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Throckmorton have re
turned from Cincinnati and are nicely located
In the Donovan flat corner Third and Bridge
streets, where thoy are conducting a roomlog
house. Both aro agreed that Mayaville Is a
more desirable place to live In than Cincinnati.
The Ledgor Giving Dishes Away
We have 20 sets ot beautiful blue and gold
enameled dishes, 45 pieces to the set, good
enough for any Thanksgiving table, $3 per tet
to new subscribers paying one year In advanea
$6 in all. Come In and examine them.
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DO YOU KNOW
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That we are one of the largest Underwear distributors in this section of Kentucky?
Do you know that we are the only store in Maysville that can buy Underwear di
rect from the mills that make it?
Underwear manufacturers sell their goods only through wholesale jobbers, so when
you buy from us you save the middleman's profit and get a better garment for the
same money. Comparison of values will be convincing.
Ladies' Shirts and Drawers, 25c to $1.50.
Ladies' Union Suits, 60c to $2.50,
Men's Shirts and Drawers, 50c to $1.50.
Men's Union Suits, $1 to $2.
Children's Union Suits, 25c and 50&
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