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White Star Coffee, N. O. Molasaes, Post
Tavern Sfjecia New Layer Figs, Red '
Kidney Bonus, Navy Beans.
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MAYSVIIiLE, KY., T1IUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Ovations may be splendid things
To got opponent' goats,
Bat the old timo campaigner clings
To good old-faabloceil votes.
Another Unhappy Couplo
Yesterday Ellziboth A. Calvert filed dirorco
proceeding in tho Mason Circuit Court against
Charles Calvert. They reside in tho Orange-
angeburg neighborhood and were married in
Judo, 1910. Tho plaintiff pleads abandonment
and cruol troatmsnt and wants a divorce and
restoration to ber maiden namefcliurbage.
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Onco Auain Money Talks
la bens able to par spot each to a manufac
turer of fioo overcoats wo secured the biggost
overcoat bargain of tho soaon. These gar
ments wero bought of ihe celebrated firm of
L. Groif and Bro , Biltiraore, Md. Ask Wost
ern Union oflice they wired the correspond
etc. They will bo on our counters Saturday.
D. IlEciiiNcnR & Co.
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GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output o( coul during tho last few
years has made the dealers push lor
wider markets, Wo nro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your money.
You will never get out ot debt uulosa
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
PIIONK 113.
ffWhn needing dentil work call on Cartmel
rTti I'ubllo Xivagrr. lactil und loo
PUtnri'rhiniNo. 10.
HOMESEEKERS'
OPPORTUNITY!
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A fubstautial cottago of three roomS with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
fend for eiilo nt : bargain. Terms easy,
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J. R. DEVINE
Seasonable Talks!
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-ltilling time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
"us help 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 . avei. t what you vvant 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.
C. CABLISH
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple BlrJg.
Shingles!
S Mangles I
Simmies
& Million of ThemI
Wo Iinvtjust rocctvril two carloadn of Clcnr lied Cedar. Wo bought
ttieni wlion tlio jirloo wns low nml wo wilt hoII tlicru at tho Lowest L'oailblo
Prior. WoaWo liavn Cypress ami Poplar SIiIiirIih anil wo urn over-stocked
ami forced to null. UrlitK your wagon with you. Wo gunrniuro prlgon. and
will ntoro tlinn meet competition. Conic In ami hoc. And don't you forget
that now Is tho time to get Shingles nt
THE M&m LUMBER CO.
Ineorporut'-rt.
Cot. Limestone ant! Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents (or Peering Machinery. Kinvsville. liy.
A. A. MoIjAUOIlfilN. Ii. N. ni5llN.
BIG CONFLAGRATION
Aberdeen Visited By Second
Largest Fire in Its
History
The Maysville Fire Department
to the Rescue
HUNTEES
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
FARMERS
Mike Brown is your friend !
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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
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Colooal Samuel P. Bridges lift for Columbus,
0., this morning, where bo will spend a month
visiting his daughter.
' Mr. William Mitchell, Lire Stock Inspector
for Mason county, and Mr. Charlea Holluger
of tho First National Dank, left Tuesday for
Oklahoma on a month'ii bunting trip.
Mr.'. W. Ii. Mathews of Los Angeles, Is
in tho Eist visiting her tistor and rela
tive! at Pittsburg and HUfr ville, Penr.,
She expects to visit her Bister, Mrs. J. I'.
Harbour In Maysvillo nbout Thanksgiving.
Mr. Georgo W. Harlman aol Mr?. George
0. Hartmat, and Midi r-'lorenco Hays will vitlt
Mrs. Barbour at the nama timo.
There will be a called mooting of Neptune
Fire Co. at tbelr hall Friday evening at 7
o'clock. All members please be present.
Horatio I-ickun, I'rosldent.
Mrs. Sam N. True of Dover waa up to Mays
ville yesterday and rentod a fUl at the Hill
House, an'd Mr. Truo will move hero next
week.
The Maysville Assembly will entortain with
a dance at Neptune Hall Friday night. The
Queen City Trio Orchestra will furnish music
for the occasion.
Thievos, Robbers and Vidians
The restaurant at the C. &. 0. Depot was
broken Into lat night and $1.40 taken from
the cash drawer, luslies, tho thieves holped
themselves to all tho eatables they could get
away witb. Hungry hoboes.
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t For tho Good of the Order
At tbo recent Grand Lodge meeting of tho
Independent Ordor of Oddfellowa bold at
Somerset, tho State was divided Into Districts.
The Fifth District Is composed of Bath,
BrackiD, Fleming, Nicholas, Hobertson, Mont
gomery, Mason and Lewis counties, and 8.
Taylor Thompson of Brooktvlile wai appointed
District Deputy Grand Master. A convention
of the various lodges composing the District
will be called by the Grand Master at no dl.
taut dsy. The object of the organization la
t) Instill now life and vigor Into thi Order,
SPEGIAL SALE ON GRAPE FRUIT
"- "JSMcdlum SI0 fio JCaoh, Larue 8izo 7Ko noli.
, Try J4r of our FKriNOKLIi M1NCKMLM . It ts tbo beat ever.
p Yea cn't Biako It sta Kood. Wo Iiato )iio ttBudred plenaeU out-
tonerH on tins one nrtioio.
GEISEL & CONRAD.
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Last evening about 6:15 o'clock
Ktst'9 livery etnble in Second Btrcet,
Aberdeen, wua discovered on lire, nnd
for n time the entire square, including
the leading hotel, corner of Second
nnd Main etreete, waa in great danger
of going up in llamea.
Soon tho entire population of the
village was on the ecene and the
bucket brigade did yeoman service in
lighting the fire demon until succor
from this side of the river arrived.
Thoilaysvillu Fire Department was
called on for aid and responded with a
hearty good will. With the Kinney
Mac the boys crossed the river on the
steamer Lauraure and wero soon on
the scene.beiug received with cheers by
the immense erocul gathered at the
fire. With tho chemical apparatus
nnd the assistance ot quito a number
of the old volunteer firemen of thiB
city the" fire was kept from spreading
to other nearby buildings than those
already burning.
The fire started in the rear of the big
stable nnd its origin is a mystery.
Tbo structure with its entire contents,
together with two horses, is n part of
Mr. Rist'a loss. The noire residence
of Mr. Hist on tho East sido of tho
Btablc and an old duelling belonging
to W. VV. Cooper on tho West Bide
were burned to tho ground. The con
tents in tho Hist house were saved witb
very little loss. Dr. Morgan'a oflice
with nil its conlcnti also went up in
the holocaust.
With tho exception of the tan yard
fire about twelvo years ago, with a
$20,000 loss, and the throwing out of
.employment of about fifty men, this
is tho biggest fire in tho history of
tho town.
Mr. Rial's los9 is over $4,000, with
an insurance of $1,500.
gash in the head which required six
stitches to close. He is confined to
bis home this morning. Drs. Laugh
lin and Morgan attended him.
Bryant & Kirk shipped two carloads of cattle
over the L. nnd N. yesterday to Jersey City.
Oocidod Improvomont
A. Clooney, Chairman of the Internal It
prerenwnt Committee, through tbo Superin
tondoncy of S reot (.'omm'tsloccr Ben Smith,
has converted Second street extension from a
rci-erablo mud roal into a emoo h and up tc
dato thoroughfare From Limestone to
Bridgo the roidbid bi3 ben systematically
imcjdamz'J, a ix-!nch lajor of first-clata
limestone reck with a topping of screenings,
thoroughly rol'oJ, cmstituto3 the roajbed, and
the completed jb Is as smooth as a parlor
lb or. To lay no city of its siza has better
sidewnl!se and ttretts than has Maytvillo, and
all owing to the prngr stive and twentieth
century "pirit of the city administration.
OLLIE F. AMBROSE
Formor Maysvillo Boy Suicided at
Los Angeles, Cal,
Tho Dover News has received Information
from Los Angeles, Cal.,saying that on Novem
ber 10th, Oliio I Ambrose, a Dover boy, and
into Ihe yard of his Li Talma hotel, in that
also a formor resident of Maysville, walked
city, and shot himself in the head, dying a
fow hours later.
Poor health and despondency was tho cause.
He left a hatdeome fortuno to hla wlfo and
two chlldroa which he accumulated as the
champion window decorator of the Uoltod
States.
Years ago wbila a boy Oilie stabbed a
colored boy to death near Dover, claiming It
was accidental.
His mother, Mre. Fannie Ambrote, and
brother, Percy, moved from Dover to Los
Angeles three years ago.
1 hanksfjivinrj' Turkoys
Yestcrdty aftornoon thore wero standing on
the siding In tho L. and N. yards In EaBt Third
street two carloads of dressed turkoys deatiood
for the Boston market. One car from Mar
shall contained 91 barrols and ono car from
Johnson 108 barrels. Tho Keystone Commer
cial Co. of this city will ship this week over
4 000 turkeys to the Eastern markot.
Notlco
No more turkeys wanted by Keystone Com
mercial Company until after Thanksgiving.
H. L. Manchester, Manager.
The Only Placo in Maysville
To see a representative line of Vlctor-Vio
trolas. Every stylo $15, $25, $40, $60 up to
$200. Murphy, tho Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adr.
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Twenty per cent, of deaths result from from
acute coughs and colds,
WELURMS' COUGH SVRUP
Cures the cough that olten proves fatal.
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The Quality Store
And You
Know It
No sensational "so-called" bargains. Always full value more often more than that for your money.
Our Overcoats and Suits we are Belling 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 15 rands, found only in our House.
Our Underwear is tho best value for tho money in town. Better Jeans and Corduroy Pants for tho
money than can be found elsewhere. "Compare."
Tbe best Men's and Boys' Shoes in town. Eich pair guaranteed to give reasonable satisfaction. "The
Kind" we hpII warrants our guarantee. Here is where you want to buy 8hoeB.
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Maysville's Leading Clothing ad
Shoe Shop.
Thk Public Ledcbr from now until January
1st, 1914. for $3.
Yesterday at the publio eale of two small
dwellings belonging to the estate of tbe late
Thomas Meeban in Washington, Dr. Irvine
Berry was the purchaser. Consideration, $700
Mission Meeting
The City Mission Board will meet this after
noon at 2 o'clock at tho Mitsion rooms. Busi
ness of importance and all the members are
urged to be present.
SPECIAL OFFER!
All new subscribers and all those paying up
past dues for Tub Public Ledger, and who
pay $8, one year's subicription, cash, wlQ ba
given tbe paper from now until January lit,
1014.
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NOTES.
Tho fire attracted hundreds of peo
ple to Front street on this side to wit
ness tho big blaze.
The illumination could be seen on
both sides of tbo river for miles
around. It was a grand spectacular
sight.
Tho residence of Mr. L. W. Fulton
was saved by tho heroic work of tho
Maysvillo Firemeu with tho chemical
apparatus,
Aberdecner'u are loud in their
praise ot tho servico rendered by Chief
Hi to and bis prow, and very grateful
for assistance in time of need,
Captain 0. M, l'histcr, as usual,
with the steamer Laurauco, did groat
seivico in transferring tho Firo De
partment to tbe other sido freo of cost.
Thomas Lalloy, a member of the
old voluploer flreman, was bad)y hurt
by (ailing timber. He received a deep
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omen's Smartly
Tailored Suits
Some recont expressions of Mr. Hunt's good
taste. Wide choice of fabrics diagonal serge, mix
tures, whipcord, cheviot and men's-wear serge made
by a manufacturer who plans carefully for women of
critical taste. Tailored as you like them with the
smallest detail carefully executed. Recommended for
hard service.
22.50
BUT WORTH MORE
Black, navy, brown.
SPECIAL PRICES
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. Two prices, $5 and $7.50.
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 ii.
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
and washable. Regular 25c quality for 15c sizes.
Sizes 2 to 4.
This is the most remarkable offer in shields
we have ever made. f
It will pay you to buy a year's supply.
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jZSraok Mosonlan nnd La Tooi, G cents
Mr. Jamra A Wallace's new dwelling Is
assuming grand proportions and when com
pleted will bo one of the handsomest nnd roost
convenif-ntly arranged residences in Forest
nvenii4.
jS3Now Is the time to buy yourwintw
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Adverttiemeit)
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Tno most selset line of Red Seal records
erer In MaysTllle. Norember reoords also on
sale at Murphy's Jowelry Store. adv.
Miss Edna Webster Gilmoro and Dr. Winn
lord went to Augusta yesterday afternoon to
attond the assembly dance there last night.
Wright's Sazaphone Trio No. 1 furnished the
music. Ml?a Edna Webster Is being enter
tained by her friends In ber old home town.
The Lodger Glvinrj Dishes Away
We hare 30 sets of beautiful bin aid foM
enameled dishes, 45 pieces to tkt set, geld
enough for any Thanksgiving table, X fir Mt
to new subscribers paying out year la adriCM
6 In all. Come In and examine thin.
Step Right Into One of Those Pretty
One- Piece Dresses
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Why bother with a dressmaker? Why get the head
ache? Why should you worry? The newest ef
fects in stylish costumes in Serges, Silks, Char
meuse, etc. Any necessary alterations will bedone
by our dressmaker.
The Lowest Price is $4.98. The Highest Price is $25.
ALL SIZES IN STOCK TODAY.
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