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MAYSVILLE, KT.. 3TKIDAY, NOVEMBEK 25J, 1912.
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FROM THE OAH WINDOW.
Russet nod amber and gold.
Crimson and yellow und graen,
And far away in tho bine ami gray,
A twinkling silver shacn.
Violet, scarlet and red,
PurpKnnd dark nnroon,
And over It all the musical of fall
A weird prismatic tune.
An opera serious and grand,
An orchestra mystio and ead
A symphony alone of color and tone,
To drivo a mortal mad.
This is prixa night at th Gem.
Old Citizen Passes Away
John Burton, an inmate of the County In-
,.firmary, died last night at 10 o'clock, Ho
was 80 years old and formerly a reMdont or
Ho will be buried tb!3 evening at tho In
ET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports ehowtho steady
output ot coal during tho last few
yenrs hns made tho dealers push lor
wider markets, We aro going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAY8VILLE COAL CO.
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 iPerco Coffee. We can furnish the best
Aluminum Coffee Percolators at manufacturers' cost.
The Quality Grocer. T f fARTTQH
Masonic Temple Bldg. J V- VnOLlun
FAIR TODAY AND COLDEK;
iT-Vhen needing dental work call onCartrool
n09Tlin mbllo LftSgrr. lfwl in looa
A substantial cottftga of three rcom
large porch, located in Sixth Ward,
lered lor pale at a bargain. Terms ea
J. R. DEVINE
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Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt-
lS? i i.:n: :-, TKn-treriMM-rr inrl Tnrk Frost. T.et
lllg, llUg-llliUUg mill, iimimi-iitjj ..... j -.
.: help ycrli 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 haven't what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting' it for you without any loss
of time. . .
mii mtti urnt "-
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
- s FABMERS
Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to make our store your own. Come
in Buggy buycrs-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
' Hr. Dr. Alex Hunter haa returned from a
viilt at Pittsburgh.
Mr. D. N. Home of D.iyton, Ky., is horo on
a visit to Meyaville relatlree.
Mrs. Charloa Huator left this morning for a
-lilt to ber daughter at Danvlllo whero iho
;ls attending college
Ur. and Mre. E. R. IIutcbtn, ot Danville,
recently married in Loulaville, arrived here
by auto Sunday morning, having run ovor
from Carlisle in their big louring car. They
were accompanied by Ur. Uutchlcgs'eOnJUIna
Murray Hatchings, and Mrs. II. F. Miller of
Danvlllo, slater of Dr. Mulchings, and lit.
Blden Hutchinga and eon Eldlo ot Carlisle.
The party were the guaats of Dr. and Mre. 1.
H. Hutching!. They Tilted the Audubjn
Well and Flihio Shore Sunday afternoon and
made a run to Maysville Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. U, Andrews of Filming -burg
were business vlaltora in town yesterday.
Miaaes RohertaThomis and Eleanor Grant of
Cincinnati will bo the week end gueata of Mr.
U. W. Goodman.
Mrf. 1. V. Cole and daughter of Bluellck
Springs aro gucsti of her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Wright ot Eiit Fourth street.
Mr. and Mr;. U. A. Walliogford ot tho Kait
End returned homo thla morning after a vliit
with relatives at Cynthiani, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hood, Mr. and Mrs. R.
0. Grimes and Mlsa Lucy Hood of Eilzavilie
wore shopping in tho city yesterday.
Mrs. Matilda Schrelber of Cincinnati Is t!i
iting her sletera.the'-ieeoe Scbatzmann and lira.
Amelia Dendel of Wrst Second street.
9fif n t?&e Shingles I
A million of Thenal
IVo linvt JiiBt received two carloads of Clear llert Cednr. Wo boujjht
them wlien tlio prloo was low nntl wo will sell them at tho liOiveat I'nanlulc
Price. Wo also liavo Cypress mill 1'oplar SIHurIm nnrl wo nro uvcratookett
onrl forced to cll. lJrlnjj your wftKon with you. Wo jinarantro prlcen, and
will tuoro than meet competition. Coma in and soo. And don't you rorct
that now la tho time to set ShlnglcH at
jhe m a sov mmssazt .
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 51 Q.
Anonts for Doorino Mnchinory. MaysvSSIe, Hy.
A. A. McrjeXUGIIIilN, li.N. nHUAN.
Miaa Emma Brenner and sister, Mr. Ilonlo
Otto, of West Front street wlil leave tomor
row to spend Thanksgiving with rohtlves at
Owing to a scarcity of game in tho county,
tho Unyavlllo Gun Club will tako theirs out In a
gun shoot on the club's grounds in tho Eaat
End this afternoon.
Throagh an uniqne plan of the faculty of
the High School quite a feiv pupils will enjuy
a half holiday? this afternoon. Tbo main
object of tl.o p'an is to roduce the amount of
whispering during school hours.
There will be a called meeting of tbo Ladies'
Aid Society of the Third Street M. E. Church
tomorrow afternoon &tu o'clock at tho Church.
All those interested in the pi and cako sale
will please be present.
Hns. Fr.no Thomas, Proaldent.
Mrs. Harry Richardson, Secrotary.
A MILE OF LAWSUITS
Twenty-seven Against the C.
& 0. Railway Co., Ag
Mr. and Mrs. George Schatzaiann are visit
ing their sons, Harry end Harvey Scbatzmann,
and daughter, Urs. H. T. Ennls, in Cincinnati.
Mrt. Mary Martin of Foroat avenue leaves
today for Winchester. Ky , where she will
spend Thanksgiving with her son, Dr. John W.
Martin. Her daughters, Ulsaoa liesslo and
Lolab, will join them Wednoadav for a few
SPECIAL SALE ON GS2APE FRUiT
Medium Slzo Oc Knoli. Largo filzo 73o noli.
- TryaJurofourFlSltNIlMMs MINOBUBAi. It li tho boat over.
bu can't niako it as Kood. Wolmvo ono linndrcd plo-aca cn
toners on this ono article.
.GEISEL & CONRAD.
In the Masou Circut Court there was
todny filed by attorneys A. D. Colo
and Frank 1. O'Donnell of tho Mason
County bar what was probably the
greatest number of lawsuits for dam
ages to real property against any de
fendant or defendants at any one time
ever filed in any court in this com
monwealth. The defendants aro tho Chceapeako
& Ohio Railway Company and its aa
aoeiate railway companies; tho plain
tiffs, tho residents of East Third street
of this city, occupying fully a mile of
tho abutting property on the said
street alone; which, on both sides
thereof, the plaintiffs reside and the
defendants operate their railroad.)
Tho damages asked range from $:i,
000 to $10,000, and grow out of the al
leged complete and exclusive occu
pancy of Third street by the defend
ants by their double-tracking, switch
trackiug, erection of lookout houeos
and signal blocks aud which condi
tion, it is claimed, is aggravated by
tho extraordinarily long and heavy
trains of the defendants recently in
augurated, whereby the burden on the
said street has bcon increased and
completely and exclusively occupied.
It is further alleged that ingress and
ogrosi to and from their properties has
been destroyed, as well as the enjoy
mont and possession of their prop
erties. Each petition is voluminous, con
taining a terse statement of various
acts of consolidation of the defendants
and setting out tho ordinances of tho
City of Maysville under which the
railroad company entered tho said
street and operates along tho same,
and points out in what particulars the
city ordinances are alleged to bo ig
nored by the defendants to the al
leged injury of the plaintiffs.
It is further claimed that tho City
of Maysville, which undertook to au
thorize tho ontry ol tho defendants in
and upon the said street and to ex
cluBively occupy the same was to the
prejudice of Iho rights of the plain
tiff s.unauthoriisd and without warrant
Carllalo Mercury: "Preston Parker of Mays
vlllo, was in town Moiday to arrange tho
quarters to be occupied by the Leggott and
Vyere Company at the People's Loose Leaf
Warehouse. Ur. Parker, who Is tho ion of P.
P. Parker, Secretary and Treasurer of the
Farmers and Planters Warehouse at Mays
ville, will return to Carlisle today (Thursday).
H) will bo omployed this winter as bookkeeper
for the Leggott and Myora Company. Mr.
Ponn Flaugber, who was buyer for Leggtt and
Myers last season, at Georgotown, O,, will
represent that company on the looal market.
Ho will come to Carlisle this week."
Tho Only Place in Maysvillo
To see a representative Pm of Victor-Vic
trolas. Every style $1, $25, $40, JSO up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
A motor bus lino to operate between Lex
ington Bnd Richmond will be Inaugurated on
No Fnmino at Maysvillo
A break in the gas main at Ribolt, Low Is
county, caused a gas famine in Maysville Sat
urday. Carlisle Mercury.
Mistake. No lack of gai horo that day and
tho supply was nmp'o.
'Get Sweet". Visit the Gem tonight, adr.
. . .
"A Comln' And Gwyln"
It la said they are shipping liquor intoMht
dry State of Oklahoma in coffins. This Ms
quite a cutu arrangement, as a conic-full of
whisky la sure to provide at least onecuatomar
for a wooden overcoat.
HaW Ba KNOl Bcr9 (3 -
mm Bhi If Pi IfNH
Twenty per cent, of deaths result from from
acute coughs and colds,
WBLimMS' COUGH SYRUP
Cures tho cough that often proves fatal.
"Big Drugstore With
tho Little Price."
Warning to Swino Owners
Prof. E. S. Goode, chief of tho division of
nnimil husbandry at the Kentucky Agricul
tural Experiment Station, an Hubert Graham,
State Veterinarian, hive issuod a waning
bulletin to guard oiliiat hg cholera, now
prevalent in the Stato, by burning the cr
casspa of swine that have died of cholera or
$25,000 A YEAR FOR
Nnw York, November 2Ut. Futuro Kx
Presidents of the United States are to bo pen
sioned in the sum of $25,000 etch annually by
action of the Carnpgio Corporation of Now
v ' vi) Thc Tublic Lidgbr from bow untilJanuary
the ex-Presidents or the widows o that no jjt jgj for m
application will be required from thin'. Pay
meets nrojc be continued so Ion; aa tho recip
iants remaio unprovided for by the cowrc-, Bamr" on Thanksgiving Day. You can't af
ment." ' ford to mlsa it. Uourp, 10 a. ro. to 10 p. m
THE QUALITY STORE!
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Wo pay fully as much attention to tho quality of the class of goods tho working and economical man
and woman buys as we do to the highest priced garments wo carry. When you buy Underwear, Jeans and
Vg (jUluuiu) ilium, uvuiiiiio uuu iruin unuitioi iiuimuk uiuico auu nun nuui'O, juot UUUi(JBHJ lut) K1UU U
sell to that sold by others. You will not be long deciding "where to buy."
We lay great stress on our $10 butts and Overcoats. $15 buys none better. In the higher price
lines of Suits and Overcoats wo arc iu a class to ourselves. Our imported Chinchilla and Fur Beaver 52
inch long nhanl-collar Overcoats are the handsomest garments ever shown iu Maysville. In Children's and
Hoys' Suits nnd Overcoatc, from $3 up, wo show an immense line. You can't help but be suited in qual
i t y , stvlo and price. Another big "Good BIiopb" day Saturday.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysvillo's Loading Clothing Mil
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I A menu to tempt the palato of an cplcuro
: at tho "Maytllck High School Benefit and
At a meeting of Freight Agents, Cincinnati
Division, held at tho Grand Hotel, Cincinnati,
November 19tb, AgentB J. T. Eirle of Cincin
nati and W. W. WikolT of Maysville were
nppoiotod delegates to attend the General
Mtotlng of Freight Agents to be held at Clifton
Forge, Vs., in December.
All new subscribers and all thoie payio. up
past dues for Tue Public Ledger, and who
pay $1, on year's sibstription, cash, will be
givea the paper from now until January lit,
Forty to Sixty-Five Gent Ribbons for
On Sale Saturday, Beginning at 9 A. M.
Wonderful values. Every imaginable combination of colors. Exquisite qualities.
Five to seven inch widths, just right for the fancy work, wise women are doing for
Christmas. Hair bows, hat bows sashes and trimmings of every sort will be suggested
by these lovely ribbons. No need to dwell on the little price, the most inexperienced
shopper will recognize this bargain. See window display, then come early Saturday so
you will be sure to get your choice.
pg"Smoko Masonlan and La Tore, 5conta
Local Editor George W Oldham of The
Public Ledger was callod to Covington this
morning by a telegram announcing the serioua
illness of hli wife. No further particulars
aNow la the time to buy yourwiate
coal. See Dryden, Llmeatoue street.
The most select lias ot Had Soal records
ever in Uayaville. November reiords also en
sale at MurDhi's JowelrvStore. adv.
Mr. Hannah Mortin Dake Williams of
Portland, Oregon, will arrive tonight for a
visit with Mrs. Ben Foyotz. Mrs. Williams
has been away from Maysville for twenty-two
years and has scores of frlenda in and around
In the State of Ohio alono there art 3E5
Presidential poatofQcea with salaries ranging
from $1,800 to $0.000 a year.
Itev. J. A. Dill from Brooksvllle, Ky., will
preach next Sunday at the German Lutheran
Church at 10:30 a. m. AH cordially Invited.
in ,. - M Man M W"""""'"7!rl"MB
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Another Big Lot of Ladies'
COATS and SUITS
Juat received. Some stunning
values bought below their value
and marked accordingly. Come
it Saturday without fail.
Hearth-size Smyrna Rugs which
Your Choice 98c.
Another lot of $10 Plumes at
Nothing but GOOD SHOES are
sold in our shoe store Shoes
that are mad a of Solid Leather
for comfort, style and wear.
Ladies' Shoes, $2 to $4,25.
Men's Shoes, $3 to $5.
Children's Shoes, $1.25 to $3.00.
The BEST MAN'S WORKING
SHOE made at $2.50.
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