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Tavern Specia Now Layer Figs, Red
Kidney Beans, Nav Beans.
Geo. H. Dinger.
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MAYSVILLE, K.Y.. SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
OiVJ57 COPY ONE CENT.
JPASS IT ALNOC.
V .A-follow who lived in Virginia
' fW InM usant plrl: "I will wlnlal"
A Hnt tti vlrl Inrnnrl hor hmd
To br bam as iho Bald:
"DIdja heir him? Now wouldn't that ahlnla?''
A fellow from old Mississippi
Wat courting a girl who was anippl,
He laid: "Be my bride,"
Hut she coldy replied:
"Aw, beat It, young filler. Yoo'ro dlppll"
A fellow who lived Id Kentucky
Wooed a girl and thought he wai lucky.
When he tried to mike love
She aald with a (hove:
" Awcan that slop, kid. I'm no ducky!"
f- v Cincinnati Enquirtr.
A fellow lo far Walla
Endeavored one evening to falls
A fair suffragette,
She tmote him, you bet,
He camplaina that ha feela somewhat hallo!
New York Evening Telegram.
A fellow who lived oat In Butte
Ooce-got on a horrible totte,
lie made eyes at a lacs
Who was chanolog to pass,
Oct Bte cried: "Beat it 'bo, or I'll ahotte!"
A fellow who lived op in Wheeling
Once cot a marrying feeling,
So he asked bar to wed.
"Nothln' doio,' kid," abe said.
And now he wondera why his head la reMta?.
A substantial uottncii o( three rooms with
largo porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
fered (or sale at a liiri;itin. Terms easy.
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing 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 Lamps, and in fact anything
you need. If we r-aven't what you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
v of time. .
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
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.
' THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
4 Jrelr h
Georcra R. LonanecVer returned eate
rs ago from a visit to her parents lo
. -Sbarlea W. Kiutz of Georgetown, O,
filing at the home of her' parents, Mr.
I M.ila Mm. b!a v T... .I.A.I
I. MIUVU BHU BUO U4 UBO BHD.il
vMIat Louise Q. Crouch of Georgetown, O ,
si ritarned borne after visiting several days
Ufa Mrs. L. A. Nadon of Lee street.
Jr. R, D. Donlden of Taeblo, Col., who has
j 'visiting bis brother, Mr. J. W. Boolden
this, city, and relatives at llillersburg or
erii weeur, iei yesierosy lor nis none.
F.EGIAL SALE ON
rm Hlm -.A Hi Uuih.
a FKRNDKMi Ml NOSMU5A. . It Utht beat ever.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show tho steady
output ol coal during tbo last lew
years has made the dealers push (or
wider markets, We are going to get
more trnde your trade by giving
you a groater value (or your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL 00.
niie rnblle IrPdgcr,
UmI Md loni
The Only Place in Muysvillo
To seo a representative line of Vietor-VIc
trolaa. Every style $15, $25, $40, ?SO op to
$200. Marpby, the Jeweler, will gladly play
tbem for yoo. adv.
J. R. DEVINE
jEVWhaa needing dental work call on Csrtmel
For the firsr. time la the history of Maysvllle
our grcc9rs have very few rabbits on sale owing
to the scarcity of the cottontails.
PHRISTIAN S. PEARCE
Maysvillo Man Now Assistant Treas
urer of tho United States
"Washington, November 22J Secretary Mc
Vengh today ask for the resignation of Gideon
C. Dsntz as Assistant Troasurer of the United
Stated became he la aald not to ba In sympa
thy with the administrative policies of the
Secret try of tbe Treasury.
Ur. Dantz will bo succeded by Christian S.
Poarce, at present chief of the division of
Banks, Loans and Postal Savirg.
Ur. Pearoa Is a former Uayaville man and
ta h brother of Charles O, Pearca of Louisvlllf.
T.uxrM HIt .7Kfl moh.
Webare (He hMHdred plwucd oas-
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.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
"Vo liavt Just received two carloads of CI oar lied Ccdnr. Vfo bought
thorn wlicn the price was low' and wo will soil Ctiein at tho Iioircat Poaalblo
Price. Wo also Iiavn Cypress nml I'oplnr ShliiRloa mid wo urn over-stocked
and forced to kcII. Bring your wagon wltli you. Wo guarantro prices, and
will more than meet competition. Como in and sec. And don't you forget
tliat now is tlio tlmo to get Shingles at
THE MASON LUMBER GO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Aflonts for Deoring Machinery. Maysvllle, Hy.
A. A. McIjVUOIirjlN. Ii.N. HUllVN.
JUDGE COCHRAN'S RULING
la tho Kentucky corporation tax
suiti at Frankfort Judge Cochran said
that itwaa up to tho railroads to prove
thatjtho Attorney General and mom
bera of tho board are doing something
that they ought not to do. The attor
neys lor the state must prove that the
state is an indispensable party to this
suit. These aro the questions upon
which the cases depend.
CASES GO OVEK TO 1913.
Frankfort, Ky., November 22d.
At the conclusion ot the arguments
mado today in the $100,000,000 tax
Buitsol tho railroad companies against
Kentucky, Judge Cochrau entered an
order giving the litigants Gttcen days
to file affidavits and ton days for coun
ter affidavits aud thirty days (or briefs.
Judge Cochran said that he would not
have time to take up the cases until
after Christmas, probably the first of
Linden Csrter, non of Mr. and Mm. W. L.
Cartor of East Fifth etfoet, drew the 5-pound
box of candy Riven away at the Gem last
night. Ticket No. 29.000. Uisa Elizabeth
Barbour got a 3-poaod box, with No. 20 C14.
Acting uoilor a special dispensation from
Groat Sichem Crowe, Past Sachem W. K.
Thomas, with tho decree team of Wyandotte
Tribe, I. O. II. M., will trail to Helena noxt
Monday night, where they will institute a new
tribe of Kedmon.
Mr. and Mr?. Boyd K. Muse, who have just
moved from Hast Second street into their re
cently purchased home In East Third street,
near Commerce, thia morning had the mis-'
fortune to lose their newly bora girl baby
their tenth child. Mrs. lloso Is herself now
reported serloosly, but -sot dangerously ill.
Hunt's Ribbon Window
"flunl'd Ribbon window" is tho center of
attractloo in the shopping district. Never
anything like this exclusive ribbon display.
The immense West window is a veritable sea
of ribbons, all colors, widths and lengths so
artistically arranged that one is forced to
think that the expert window dresser is in a
class by himself.
Soe Dunl'd beautiful Ribbon window.
HIGH SCHOOL LYCEUM COURSE
On Thursday evening, November 28th, tbe
International Operatic Company, consisting of;
Mr p. Tekla Farm McKInnle, Soprano,
Ules Rose Ileldenilch, Contralto,
Ur. J. Allen Grubb, Tenor,
Mr. Burt P. McKinnle, Dais,
Miss Margaret Day, Pianist, will present
the followiog program:
1. Quartette Sextette from "Lucia" ar
ranged for quartette Donlzsttl
2. Solo Aria from 'II Trovatore".. Verdi
3. Solo "How Vain Is Man," from Oratorio
"Jadus Maccsb;as Handel
4. Duet Tbe Honeymoon from Opora "Love's
Mr. and Mrs. McKinnle
5. Solo Aria from "La Gioconda"..Poncblelll
Duet "Home to Our Mountains", from
"II Trovatore Verdi
Miss Ileidenrlcn and Mr. Grubb
Solo "Tbe Brigand" Spence
Solos Swedish Songs In Natlanal Costume
Duet "The Fisherman" ....... .Cabussl
Ur. Grnbb and Ur. McKinnle
10. Solos Japanese Songa In Costume
11. Solo Concert Paraphrase, from Opora,
12. Tha Second Act of "Martha" la Coitama
Is the Ohio Guy Who Brought Down
12 Quail at One Shot
Tbe Georgetown, Ohio, News-Democrat,
which seems to be veracious about everything
except politics, baa the nervo to print the fol
lowiog Muochauson hunting yarn:
"John Peter Marshall ot The News-Democrat,
spont last Satorday at the borne of bis
brother-in-law, EJgar Work, la the Altona
neighborhood, and ei joyed tbe day hunting.
"John performed the greatest ebootiog
stunt of tbe season twelve quail at one shot.
"He aimed just as the birds arose, and
shaking bis gm so tha abut would scatter,
killed lh) wholo buoch at one shot.
"This ipollod the rport fur the rest of tbe
day, as twelve U tbe limit of tbe law.
"Ho also kilUl 42 rabbits, but tbe cows and
calves all escaped this tima the latter beiog
kept in the barn all day."
A high standard has
and certain quality. A number of new Muffs and Scarfs have just come in that confirm that statement. Ti
our prices are equally right is proved by the fact t hat in spite of unseasonable weather Mr. Hunt has had to sen
us three shipments of Furs from New York. Women whose investment in furs must be limited will be delighted
with our moderate prices and with the furs they mark, as the attractive Muffs and Scarfs look far more expensive.
Scarfs $2 to $15. Muffs $1 to $25. Sets $10 to $40. A Big Assortment of Children's Fur Sets $1.25 to
$6fr. Misses Sets $5 to $15.
COATS OF ALL CLOTHS
Hard to tell what kind Fashion likes best, so we have all the popular materials represented. Diagonal,
serge, chinchilla, plush, caracul, broadcloth, Persian and boucle. Some smart looking coats are Mr. Hunt's latest
addition to our stock. Special provision has been made in extra sizes. Stout women will find not a few, but a
very ample assortment of suitable models.
PRICES $6.95 to $30.
SmoVe Masnnian and La Tosoa, 5 oeota
All members of Home Department of
Women's Foreign Missionary Society ot tbe
First M. E. Church, South, are requested to
bring their ofiierings to tbe church tomorrow.
A special sermon will be preached.
Another Big Lot of Ladies'
COATS and SUITS
Just received. Some stunning
values bought below their value
and marked accordingly. Oome
it Saturday without tail.
Hearth-size Smyrna Bugs which
Your Choice 98c.
Another lot of $10 Plumes at
Must Bo tho Oovil's Wagon
Oxford (O.) Herald.
We havo seen General U. S. Grant In tears,
Uajor William Uc'Kinley Id smiles, Henry
Ward Beecher in bla pulpit, Theodore Tllton
In bis sanctum, Boss William M. Tweed In
New York, Charles J. Gulteau on trial and
Lilly Langtry's bare back on the stage, bat
we have never seen a Bible In an automobile.
President-Elect Wantod to Fight
HAUII.TON, Bermuda, November 22d.
Presldent-eloct Woodrow Wilson today had a
lively dispnte with an American photographer
which almost led to the exchange of blows.
The photographer took a snapshot ai Mr.
Wilson in spite of his prohibition. Mr. Wil
son thereupon angrily exclaimed:
"Vnu n-e no gentleman! If you 'want a
good threshing koep that up. I can take caro
of myself in these things. I came here
peclally to avoid photographers."
D, HECHINGER & CO.
We pay fully hs much attention to tho quality of tbe class of goods tbe working and economical man
and woman buys as we do to tbe bigbest priced garments we carry. When you buy Underwear, Jeans and
Corduroy i'auts, Overalls and Work Jackets. Working Gloves and Work 8hoes, just compare tho kind wo
sell to that sold by others. You will not be long deciding "where to buy."
We lay great stress on our $10 Suits and Overcoats. $lb buys none better. In the higher price
lines of Suits and Overcoats we are in a class to ourselves. Our imported Chinchilla and Fur Beaver 52
inch long sbanl-rollar Overcoats are tbo handsomest garments ever shown in Maysville. In Children's and
Boys' Suits and Overcoat?, from $3 up, we show an immense Hue. You can't help but be suited in qunl
ity, style and price. Another big "Good Shops" day Saturday.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Tho ninetieth anniversaay af tbe Uaysville
and Mason county Auxiliary of the American
Bible Society will be held at the Third Stroot U.
K. Church a week from tomorrow evening, Sun
day, December 1st. Rev. Roger L. Clark of
the Christian Church V deliver tho sermon.
been set for our Furs this year.
;S"Now Is the time to buy yourwiaior
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
The Host select Use of Red Seal records
ever In Uaysville. November records also an
sals at Mirpbj'a Jewelry Store. adv.
2Thb rsuc LBDaaa from now until January
1st, 1914, for $3.
Note the change of tbe C. &. O.'a schedule
taking effect tomorrow, Sunday, November
24tb, In the advertisement In Tub Public
A. J. Doyle filed suit In the Uason Circuit
Court against S, Renaker and Barry Reoeker,
turkey dealora at Marshall Station, for
$7.850.27, with Interest until paid.
It insures you against the many ills which, in the begin
ning, needed a good tonic. Iro-Quino gives you an appetite,
strengthens and builds up the system. 50c.
MC Ufll I I A IIC fir Pfl "Bto Drugstore With
Pa WflkLIHIfld UUi tho Littie Prine."
All churohes of the city and county are in
vited to join In this service. It Is the custom
of the church to take an offering for tha so-
.clety before this roeetiog. All charches ate
invited to make an offering and report same
to the Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Pecor, sometime
before tbe annivorsary service.
Our lowest priced Muff and
County Judge W. H. Rice deslrea to secure
good homes for a boy thirteen yeara of age
and a girl nine years old. Both children are
healthy and could assist in many ways around
a farm house. None but responsible parties
Nothing but GOOD SHOES are
sold in our shoe store Shoes
that are made of Solid Leather
for comfort, style and wear.
Men's Shoes, $3 to $5.
Children's Shoes, $1.25 to $3.00.
The BEST MAN'S WORKING
SHOE made at $2.50.
Printer Celebratos 90th Birthday
Manchester, 0 , November 20tb. Samuel
Harwell, born In Adams county Noverber 20tb,
1822, kept open house to hla friends today.
Ho published The West Union Scion for fifty
years and his seven ions and daughters, all
printers, assisted in getting out the paper. '
Tt wna tn (Md nijtnt anrl nn).. tm f).aM.Att
Instruction that the lato John A. Cockerlll
learned the printers' trade.
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
All new aubaeribera and all thoaa paying up
past dues for The Puiiuc Ledger, and who
pay $2, oat year's subscription, cash, will ba
given tha papor from now until January 1st,
Neckpiece stands for i
The sale of tho Evan Lloyd farm near Fern
leaf take3 place thia afternoon at 2 o'clock on
The article on the third page of today's
Ledger beaded "Relniger Mining Company" la
a paid advertisement.
$2 to $4.2
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