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"BLUE MONDAY"
On Monday morn,
So many nay:
''I'm all forlorn;
The world Is gray."
' CEREMJEAN TUESDAY.'
And Tu-slay mum
la just as gray,
With pay dny dill
Five dny away.
MraBoyd K. Muse, who has been critically
. Ill, la now reported as improving in a satis
factory manner.
Reserved seats on sale Tuesday, November
,20'h, Jor-lnternatlonnl Operatic Company at
high school, Thursday evening, November 28lh.
(Adverlliemeat;
For Sale
My home of foor rooms on Lexington street.
Bargain if sold at once.
NELSON T. BltATTON.
Springdalo Postoffico Robbed
Friday night thieves gained an entrance to
the depot at Springdale and blew upon the
safe and carried of the contoots, $250 in
cash and two money order books belonging to
tho Adams Express Company.
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 bl Perco Coffee. We can furnish the best
Aluminum Coffee Percolators at manufacturers' cost.
J. C. CABLISH
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ot coal during tho last tow
yenrs has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trade your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uuIcbb
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
IMIONF. 113.
JWTTJie Public Lrdg-er, lowl nnd long
4ltnnm'riiour No. 40.
The Only Placo in Maysville
To see a representative line ot Victor-Vio
trolas. Every style $16, $25, $40, $60 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
(horn for you. adv.
HOMESEEKERS'
OPPORTUNITY!
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A substantial cottage ol three rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
fered for sale at u bargain Terms eaBy.
J. R. DEVINE
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Seasonable Talks!
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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
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 ' aveu't what you vant in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any loss
of-tiriie.
Tho Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
Shingles! '&?&,
A Million of ThemI
Wo liavtjiiBt received two carlonrtH of Clrar ltcd Ccflnr. Wo bought
them when tho prlco was low nnd wo will hiII tliom nt tho Lowest I'osalble
I'rico. Woaluo tiuvc CyproHS nnil I'oplnr Hlilni;lo4 nnd wo nro over-stocked
nnd forced to Hell, tlrlnsr your wnon with you. Wo Kiinrnntrn prlcen. and
will morn than meet competition. Gomu In and sue. And don't yon forget
that now is tho timo to get Shingles nt
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Incorporated.
Cot. Limestone and! Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Arjonts for Deorinn Machinery. Maysville, Ky.
a. a. Mclaughlin. Ij.n.ukhan.
A movement his been started to make
either Jane Addams of Chicago, or Ming Liara
Clay of Lexington, President of the National
American Woman Suffrigo Asociation.
Notico to Postal Savings De
positors 1. By applying on or before December 2d,
1912, depositors of the Postal Savings System
may change the whole or pa't ot (heir de
posits for Uoltod States registered or coupon
bonds in denominations of $20, $100,and $500,
bearing interest from January 1st, 1913, at
the rate of 2J per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annually, and redeemable at the pleasure
of the United States after ono year from the
date of issue, both principal nnd interest
payable 20 years from date in United States
gold coin.
2. Postal savings bonds are exempt from
all taxes or dutlfs of the United Stater, as
well as from taxation in any form by or under
State, municipal, or heal authority.
For additional information In regard to
these bonds, call at Postal Savings window at
the local postoflice.
Clarence Mathews, P. U
NtW SUITS FILED
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 is 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
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Wc Pan) Glascock bas returned from a
it to Mrs James France at Flemtngsburg.
Mrs. Henry Huffman and U its Jessie Ulster
' Cincinnati, arn veiling their cousin, Uiss
le Swiceof the East Ed.
"he Uijsville city school and the cmoty
jols will close Thumday for rtaukdivioit
w I not opan until next Monday.
Ladifi Ilutar Club o' ton ChrUiUn
h lll inert xt 2 o'clock TuH(ly ftr
tt Mrs. M, i ttu-nll't rtii lencn In Bast
street. All members urn urgod to be
Jt.
Mrs. Susan Ilorton, aged GO, widow of the
late Jacob Ilorton, died at ber home in Poplar
Plains Saturday night, after a long Illness of
typhoid fever. She is survived by four sons
and a daughterr.
Happy Thought For the Day
At the Church of the Nativity yesterday
Rector Fielding in bis morning sermon spoke
optimistically of the world-wide humane en
deavor for rlgbteone88, and happily remarked
that
"The world is ooh great coramonwe-ihb of
reciprocity fur human kinJn?a and love."
'In all llild great clatter and struggle called
"human life" it Is good to turn to the thought
In the Mason Circuit Court For the
December Term
Suits have ben filed In the Mason I'ircmt
Court m follows, same to be heard at th De
cember term:
Sarah M. Douldin, Rutwt T. Houldm
Frances L. Kirk, oeo Uuoldin.and her nuibnd,
Bland Kirk, J. Pickett lijuldm, III hirl vV.
Douldin, William V. Uouldin, by his statutory
committee, John E. Uouldin, Mary Uorgnn
Douldin, an infant, by ber statutory guardian,
John E. Douldin, have filed suit for the
division of three huidred and fifty acres of
land belonging to the above named heirs.
James Downey baa filed suit against Tnomas
Ryan, for a $455 no'e, with interest.
SUSTAINED
May Be, By Judge Cochran, Is the
Outlook For State Tax
Suits
of tho eternity of meaning there is In the
simple statement that ihn entlrx human family mation was denied the railroads by the
Governor McCreaay and the members ot the
Doard ot Valuation and Assessment were cm
stant in attendance on the hearings of the
state tax suits at Frankfort before Judge
Cochran, and expressed the belief that the aa
sessments would stand. Tbey said they wore
pleased with the handling of the case.
Aside ftom the modification of ihe restrain
ing order to permit the counties to sharo in
the partial payment of taxes the outcome ot
the heariog Is still In the dark. The hearing
was on the motion of the railroads for an in
terlocutory ifijunciioi, to restrain the State
from taking any action until tbd case is heard
on its merits, and counsel on both sides now,
after filing additional affidavits and briefing
their cases, will procoed with the work of
taking proof to be presented at tho final hear
ing ot the caBa, should Judge Cochran grant
the interlocutory injunction.
WANTS THE FICURE3.
Ohm of the thugs me court insists upon is
the presentation to him of the aciml cal ula
lion b which th State Board uf Valuation
at d Aiiseesmint arrived at, tha total values of
the rallroa Is' franchises and apportioned to
Kentucky Its share of the whole. This infor
Hoard
l one great community working toolbar
kindly and unselfishly for lha commoj goud.
Welcome this happy day.
at 'Kid afiu' the time if nuking the osa-m-uieu,
on lbt ground that It wuuld be of no
value to th) roads since the action of the
I Board was final, except to aid them la any
EGIAL SALE ON GftAPE FRUITte 11.. jucccc,
nowever, maws 1 lonj, mis miormaiion now
shi nld b furni'bed, and the Attorney General
said It would be furntsb-il In an affidavit to ba
filed la tba cu ilf which a copy woU b
Medium Hire,. .....Bo MjuIi. Laro rilzo 7Xo ch.
Wolauvo no hundred pleaed ouh-
yaiarofnir PKHVDIJtjIi MINOKHKA . It Utbo bet ever.
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& CONRAD.
LLOYD FARIM SOLD
One of ihe Finest Tobacco
Farms in the County
Sells Low
Tho Evan L'oyd fnrm was offered
(or sale Balurdny and was Bold in
three parcels, George Kolb of Bracken
county getting 161 n;res at $75 per
a:re; Lawrence NcNamara 35 acres at
$90 per aero and Mr. Craycraft GO
acres at $77.25 per acre.
Tbe farm as a whole brought $20,
178 25.
It is considered about tho beet to
bacco ground in the county, being
very fertile, nnd has belonged to the
Lloyd family since 1832.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIK TODAY; TUESDAY FAIK
AND WAUMEK.
j" When needing dnntal work call on Cartmel
Mrs. P. P. Parker entertained with a 500
luncheon on Saturday afternoon In her hand
aomo home In West Third strott. The guest
of honor was Urp. Morton Duke Williams of
Portland, Oregon. Twenty-four ladles ei
joyed Mr;. Parker's hospitality. Mrs. It. D.
Owena was the fortunate winner of the first
prize and there were several other beautiful
souvenirs of tbe occasion.
Wlntorteh this rooming with mercury flat
tering around thn freeziog point.
Tbcro will bo no PuiiMC Lguoer Issued next
Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. All bands will
enjoy this welcome holiday and give due
thanks.
President Tatt has authorized a real estate
firm to purchase him a home la Cincinnati and
at tba end of his term Judge Taft and family
will reside In a commodious residence on the
hilltop In tbe Quen City.
Another Titanic Baby
At the borne in Cincinnati of Mrs. Lucien D,
Smith, daughter of Congressman Jamos A.
Hughes of Huntington, W. Vo all Is expect
ancy awaiting the arrival of tho third child to
bo .born to widows who lost their husbands In
tbe sinking of the Titaotic while they wore en
their honeymoon.
Thr Fuiuc Lrdoer from now until January
1st, 191 J. for $3.
TAKE OUT A
BOTTLE OF
INSURANCE
IROQUINO
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.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
"Bio Drugstore With
the Littto Price."
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THE QUALITY STORE!
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Wo piy fully as much attention to the quality of the class of goods the working and economical man
and woman buys as we do to the highest priced garments wo carry. When you buy Underwear, Jeans and
Corduroy Pants, Overalls and vVork JacketB, Working Gloves and Work Shoes, just compare tho kind we
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. $15 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 ahanl-rollar Overcoats nrn the handsomest garments ever shown in Maysville. In Children's and
Boys' Suits and Overcoats, from i'J up, we show an immense line. You can't help but be suited in quaN
itv, stvlp and price. Another big "Good Shoes" day Swttirdny.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
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Mnysvillo's Loading Clothing and
Shoe Shop.
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Mr. David Hechlnger, Mayaville's pioneer
clothing mprcbant, Saturday suffered a patnfut
sprain to one of his logs which bas been confining
him to his Front strert residence. The injury
was caused by him stepping upon a board
which turned and wrenched bis limb.
SPECIAL OFFER!
All new subscribers and all those paying up
Church of the Nativity
The Woman's Guild will meet at the resi
dence of Mrs. Snddutb Calhoun on Toosday at past dnea for The Public Ledger, and who
3 p. m. Union Thanksgiving service at this pay $8, one year's subscription, cash, will be
Church Thursday morning at 10;30 a. m. All given tbe paper from now until January ht,
seats free at all pervico. 1914.
FURS
A high standard has been set for our Furs this year. Our lowest priced Muff and Neckpiece stands for r
and certain quality. A number of new Muffs and Scarfs have just come in that confirm that statement. '1
our prices are equally right is proved by the fact t hat in spite of unseasonable weather Mr. Hunt has had to se
us three shipments of Furs from New York. Women whose investment in furs must be limited will be delightt
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 $lj3 to 25. Sej.s $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.
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JtiSmoke Masonian and La Tosoa, Soents
A postal card from Local Editor George W.
Oldham of The Public Ledger, now at Cov
ington, aays Urs. Oldham Is much improved
from her illness, which is good news to all
their friend?.
KVNow is tbe time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
(Advertisement)
Tba most saleot line of Rid leal records
ever In Uaysville. November reoords also on
sale at Uurphj's Jowelry Store. adv.
Harvard Defeated Yale
New Haven, Conn., November 21th
Harvard outplayed Yale In the three periods
of their football game on Yale field today, the
scoie standing 20 to 0 in Harvard's favor at
tbe end of the third period
Canal Gate Tested
One of the giant gates of the GatL
In the Panama Canal was tested for
time Friday, when Miss Helen Taft
electrical machinery In operation and -th
gate open.
Naturally s
It we did not have the correct
Suits and Coats for Ladies,
Misses and Children we would
not be doing such a large busi
ness as we are now enjoying in
this department.
SUITS, $13.50 to $29.
COATS, ,$4.98 to $29.
DRESSES, $4.98 to $25.
Better Shoes
For Women than "Queen
Quality" and for Men than
"Regals', have not yet been
discovered. As soon as they
are made you will find them in
our Shoe Department.
"Queen Quality," $3.50 to $4.25.
"Regals," $3.50 to $5.
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