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New Arrivals I
White Star Coflee, N. O. Molasses, Post
Tavern Specia New Layer Figs, Red
Kidney Beans, Navy Beans.
Geo. H. Dinger.
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II iflr ' uiRvuaTnZi& MATSVILIiE, KY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
JUST LIKR DILI. TAKT.
It Is easy to laoRb whsn tho battle'a fought
And you know tbo victory's won;
Tes, easy to lanch when the jrlz) you sought
Is yoors when the race Is run;
Dot here's to tbe man who can laugh when the
Of adversity bbwej ho will wlo at tho last,
For tbe hardest man In tbe world to beat
Ij tho man who can laugh in the faco of dofeat.
Turtle Boup tonight at Frank Eitel's ealoon.
Mr;. Robert Cummlngs will leave this after
noon for Newport where she will tako up ber
Somo Scalping to Bo Dono
There will be a paleface for tbo Adoption
Degree at Wyondotto Tribo I. 0. It. M.at the
Council this everHop. All members urged to
be present to see tbo degree team put on the
work; also to bear aomethlrg about a trip In
tbe near future for the purposo of instituting
a now tribe.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tbo Btcady
output ot coal during tbo last tew
years bas made tho dealers push for
wider markets. We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a crcater valuo for your money
You will never ge out ol debt uuleBS
you Duy wiseiy.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
jS-SVhen needing dents) work call on Cerlmal
criliii Public ljcdger. local and loot
pUmnw'Plionr No. -10.
A substantial cottage o! three rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, U ot
ttreil lor enlo nt a harguin. Terms easy,
J. R. DEVINE
ii in in. mean
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
us'hefp 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 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
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
Mike Brown is your friend !
Just received, NEW Evaporated Peaches and Apricots,
Buckwheat and Pancake Flour, PURE Maple Syrup,
Fancy Eatinn Apples. Join the throng of satisfied
dainkers of El Perco Coffee. We can furnish the best
Aluminum Coffee Percolators at manufacturers' cost.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldrj.
J. C. CABLISH
ShintjiGSm Shingles I
A Million of Them!
"Wo linvt just received two carloads of Clear lted Cedar. Wo bought
tliom when tho prioo was low and wo will sell tliom ut tho Iione.nt I'naslblo
Price. Wo also havn Cypress nnd Poplar Stiliifrjos and wo aro over-stocked
and forced to sell. Bring your wagon with you. Wo guarantro prices, and
will more than meet competition. Co mo In and sua. And don't you forget
that now Is tho time to gctShlnglcflat
THE MASON LVMBEM G.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets, 'Phone 519.
Agents for Doorinp Machinery. Maysville, tiy.
A. A. MorjYUGHMN. I,. N. IJHI1AN.
MVAU innllrr fur publication mast ba
iuuulol In before 0 a'cloclc a. iu.
"The Chiefs Blanket," (Jem today.
Mr. Prank C. McCaraban of Chlcaco is bora
(or a visit with his sister, Utt. J. P. N'ssh ot
Bast Second street, and his father, Mr. John
McCarabau, and other relatlroi la Lewis
county, his old home, and h renewing youth
fill scenes and friendships generally. Mr. Mc
Caraban is a born hastier and has caught tbe
Chicago spirit and motto of " I WW" and bas
made a decided success in business.
GONE TO LOUISVILLE
Former Lieutenant Governor
Cox to Take Up His Abode
at Henry Watterson
The Msysvllfo Glovo Co., Is a flmrishiog
manufacturing Industry recently started In
Oklahoma; Sontb of Forest avenue. The out.
put of-tbo now concern consists of gloves and
mittons of standard mako that find a ready
Biblo Society Services
The annual unbosenica unler tha auspices
of tho American Biblo Society will be hild
this year In tho Third .Street M. K. Churcb,
Sunday evening, December lit. He v. Roger
L. Clark of tbe Christian Church will deliver
STANDARD REMEDY FOR WOMAN'S
now recrgnizsd tbo world ovor Is Lydia E.
Piokham's Vegetable Compound, and fair
minded physicians recojjn'ze Its worth and do
not hoMta'o to prescribe it.
For nearly forty years this famons root and
borb medicine has been pre-eminently tuc
ccBjfnl In controlling the diseases cf women.
Morit alono coull bare stood thli lest of time.
Lawrenco County Got Library
At Ashland, Lawrence county jwas awarded
the library given to tbe county having the
largest attendance and not Nicholas as we bad
1 -: 4i ka mmm $
VrHt . JUST LIKH DILI. TAKT. lpftSWrIMi5r
, ySjj&t It Is easy to laugh whsn the battle's fought (& .MP ,MkMWm.
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Mason county was second.
Tho Only Placo in Maysville
To see a representative lino of Vlctor-Ylc
trolas. Erery style ?1B, $25, $10, $S0 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
tbem for you. adr.
DEATH OF AN OLD VETERAN
Mr, George Wherry died yesterday
at the homo of his sister. Mrs. William
Downing, near Washington, aged 78.
He was n native of Trenton county,
Ohio, and was a bachelor.
.He was a veteran ol the Civil War,
having served iu an Ohio regiment.
Funeral tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock, Interment in Washington
Ploaso, Pass tho Piel
Our noighbor, J. C. Nelson, Editor of The
Sbarpsburg World, has made public through
the columns of his paper that ho is nn appli
cant for tho Fostmastersblp at that pi ire.
Mr. Nulaon has been a life-long Democrat and
this Is tho first pieco of pio bo has asked for,
and we trust ho will be successful In landing
Dotorminotl to Succeed
This time It Is a Hock Maple that Colonel
Frank Devine has plontod in tbe Market
street Esplanade, and being tbe third attempt
In growing n ehade tree in this much desired
spot, he gave bis word for It that It la bound
to grow and expand Into n thing of beauty
and an ornament that will he a pleasure to
behold. Si mole it b.
Twenty per cent, of deaths result from lrom
acute coughs and colds,
WILLIAMS' COUGH SYRUP
Cures tho cough that olten proves fatal.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. "m "TMUTa
TD- HEOHINGBR & rrvt
The Quality Store
No sensational "so-called" bargains. Always full value more often more than that for your money.
Our Overcoats and Suits we are selling for $8.50, $10 and $12 are unmatchable bargains. Compare
with others' Higher grade Suits and Overcoats at $18, $20 and $25; include the Hirsch-Wickwire and Col
lege Brands, found only in our House.
Our Underwear is the best value for the money in town. Better Jeans and Corduroy Pants for the
money than can be found elsewhere. "Compare"
The best Men's and Boys' Shoes in town. Etch pair guaranteed to give reasonable satisfaction. "The
Kind" we sell warrants our guarantee Hare is where you want to buv 8boes.
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Maysvillo's Leadinn CloHUna aai
Shoe Shop. fill
TllK Puiuc LancKK from aowiotilJanHary
1st, 1914. for $3.
The company formed for tbe purposo of
borlog for oil and gas in tbe Moorefield neigh
borhood has decldel to psstpono operations
until noxt spring.
Miss Tebie Farrow, sister of Mrs. W. II.
Cox, has gono to Griffin, Cs., where she will
spend tbe winter with her niece, Mrs. Hoberta
Cox Wheat. Mr. and Urs. W. 0. Cox, now
of Louisville, will go to Griffin also to eojoy a
portion of tbo winter holidays.
All now subscribers and all those paying up
past dues for The Public Ledcek, and who
pay $2, one year's subicription, cash, will be
giron the psper from now until January 1st
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
BUSTS BATH TUB TRUST
Washington, November 18,h Tbo Govern
ment today won its fight In tho Supreme Court
o! the United Stases against the sc-:allod
"bath tub" trust. The court held that tbe
"IlcerjBa agreement" of enameled waro manu
facturers was In violation of tho Sherman
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PASTOR CLARK'S UNIQUE
The Public Ledger: Rev. R. L. Clark 'dur
ing tbe ipast when making annoincemsnts,
would ever extend cordial and most
earnest invitations to attend Wednesday
evening prayer meeting sorvices, and yet tbe
numbers have not been as desired. Therefore,
on Lord's Dy morning last the Pastor adopted
& cow and very unique method by not Inviting
a single soul.
Tho course struck ono with doublo force,
reminding tbe writer that be himself bad boen
exceedingly remiss In his duty, and thus re
solving to be present Ibis mldwook meeting;
hoping that fifty others will do tha same and
thus gladden tbe mlnltter'n heart.
Hunting Accidont No. 1
Saturday night Tin: Lf.ogdp. Man aakbd
Cashier II. C. Sharp of tbe State National
Uank, it he bad beard of any hunting ac
cidents since tbo season opened.
He replied: "Yes, I got five quail and I
think that was some accident."
Aro tho 500 Soason Tickets
tho 1912-13 Lycoum
At the beginning ot tbe year we announced
for several weeka that COO season tickets
would ba (old. Thanks to the public for their
most liberal response, tha number has been
reached and no more can o told.
Single admissions may be bought thrao days
before each number and ample seating wi(l be
provided to all whom wo sell tickets.
Trusting that no patron will be inconven
ienced by this unusual a tie of season tickets,
we are, yours truly.
'Try n pound, It is a full N, Y. Urea in Gheeis with tbe Pimento!
aatdc into it,
We arry DRIOIC, LIMBURQER, UOQBEFOUT and nay kin y
wt. x .
Phone 4B. Iton r g CONRAD.
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The FuhmcLkdokr announces with
eincero regret that former Lieutenant
Governor William II. Cox and wife
left Maysville this morning for Louin-
ville, where Mr. Cox la closely identi
fied with the Great Southern Fire In
auranco Co., the largest American
company in the South.
They will make their homo at tbe
new Hotel Henry Wattereon and will
probably resido permanently in Louis
ville, and may rent their largo and
elegant homo in We.t Third street,
Mr. Cox was horn and hns resided
all his lite in this city and has $100,
01)0 invested in choice real estate here,
including bis home, the Cox How ot
dwellings, tho Masonic Temple Build
ing; besides bo owns a large block ol
stock in tbe Maysville Public Bervice
Co., (street railway, gas and electric)
and is aleo a largo owner of bank
Ho sorved for years as a member of
the City Council, was Mayor for sev
eral terms, is one ot the most promi
nent Oddfellows in theU, 6., iejoneot
Veetry of tho Episcopal Ohur:h of the
Nativity here, served two terms iu the
Kentucky Senate, closing his official
career with (our years as Lieutenant
Governor ot Kentucky, with his con
frere, Governor A. . Willson, also a
distinguished Maysville native.
An unsullied record to be proud ot,
Maysville can ill afford to lose such
a sterling citizen, but as a larger and
more interesting business Held awaits
him in tbe Falls City, Mr. Cox feels
that he cannot -afford to remain in
Maysvillo, Tho Great Southern Fire
Insurance Co., ot which Mr. Cox is
8o:retary and Treasurer, has already
eujoyed a phenomenal rise in busi
ness, and its $200,000 skyscraper in
Louisville now Hearing completion,
and Ite rapid growth, demauds all tbe
attention ot its officials; hence tho
main oflico is his proper placo, bow
ever much bis departure from Mays
ville is to bo regretted. Mrs. Cox's
leaving, too, is a great loss to our
social circles, as she was a leader in
everything for tbo advancement ot
social and charitable features and was
a devout member ot tho Episcopal
May good luck attend them la Lou
isville, but it is to bo hoped that thoy
nay yet return tothooityof their life's
work-commonly called HOME and
Some recent expressions of Mr. Hunt's good
taste. Wide choice of fabrics diagonal serge, mix
tures, whipcord, cheviot nnd men's-wear serge made
by a manufacturer who plans carefully for women of
critical taste. Tailored as you liko them with the
smallest detail carefully executed. Recommended for
BUT WORTH MORE
Black, navy, brown.
Have been placed on several groups of Suits that will
interest you if you are looking for quality at a price
much below its worth. Included in this Bargain Of
fer are some excellent Coats for girls from 8 to 15
years, iwo prices, $5 and 37.50.
NEW KID GLOVES
Not the gloves that MAY be good, but the
kind that ARE good. Mannish kid, stylish shades of
tan Gloves that court hard service. Price $ij4.
Same style but lighter weight $1.
Dress Gloves in tan, white, black, gray $1.
All new kid, this season's importation.
A BARGAIN IN SHIELDS
Pure rubber, silko covered Shields, absorbent
aud washable. Regular 25c quality for 15c sizes.
This is the most remarkable offer in shieldsr
we have ever made.
It will pay you to buy a year's supply.
Cbsrlotte, tha tsn-ysar-old daughter ot Ur.
and ilrc. William Fitch, whose eorioui illness
as mentioned Id yeeterday'n Ledger, died
last evening at tbe home ot hor parents noar
Lewlnburi:, after a abort illnefs of diphtheria.
Funeral tomorrow at 11 o'clock. Interment
in Washington Cemetery.
,J"Now la the time to bny yonrwbtw
coal. See Drydeo, Llmeatone atreet.
The moat aelcct line of Red Seal reporda
erer In Uayarlllo. November reoords alao on
aale At Mnrphj'a Jowelry Store. adv.
Carpenters and Joiner Local Union will
have a called meeting Friday, November 22d.
All members are requested to be present, as
budneis of Importance will bo transacted.
L R. Simmons, President,
firuco Snapp, Secretary.
The Ledger Giving Dishes Away
Wa bare 30 sets of baantlfnl blsa aad (old
enameled diibei, 45 placet to tha tat, good
eooogh for any Thiniiglflni; table, 92 par Mt.
to new aubtcribera payiog one yaar la adraaot
(6 In all. Come In and txamlna than.
DO YOU KNOW
That we are one of the largest Underwear distributors in this section of Kentucky?
Do you know that we arc 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, 50c 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 50c.
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