.27 Gents Pound.
Pure and tweet gold of the churn. Uettor than moat butter.
Geo. H. Dinger,
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Florence hia ryes like a dove.
,S Florence" can sing like a lark,
- Florence bas wings on bar hat
When ccolng at eight in the park;
Florence Is as coy as a thrush,
(Pigeon-toed, too, I hare beard)
So, It la not strange, after all,
That people say she Is a btrd.
JWsT When nisding dental work call on Cartmel
Reserved seats on sale Tuesday, November
20th, for International Operatic Company at
High School, Thursday avenlog, November 28tfa.
V For Sale
My home of four rooms on Lexington atreot.
Bargain If sold at once.
Nelson T. Bratton.
On next llonday, County Court diy, will bo
e.o'd a cottage of five rooms and two halls
situated In Third street, Fifth Ward, be
tween Lexington and Walnut streets, the
property of Charles and Joseph Collins.
Charles F. Taylor, auctioneer.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during tbo last few
years has mado tbo dealers push for
wider markets, Wo are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a Rreater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt uulosa
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
JKVTh l'nbllo Ledarrr.
dlttane 'PhOBK No. 40.
local Had Ions
Tho Only Place in Maysvillo
To seo n representative lino of Victor-Vic
trolas. Kvory etyle $15, $25, $40, $60 up to
$200. Murphy, the Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
A substantial cottage o( tlirco rooms with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
fered tor Balo at a bargain. Terms easy.
J. R. DEVINE
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'veli 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
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
Mike Brown is your friend !
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 Grocor.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
A Million of The ml
Wo liavt Just received two carloads or Clear lied Odnr. Wo lioujtht
them when tho prluo ivni low and wo will sell thorn at tho Ijowoat i'naelblo
Prlco. Wo aluo havo Cypress and Poplar SIiIiikIcs and wo aro over-stocked
and forced to sell. Hrlnt: your wajjon with you. Wo Kiiarantrn priced, and
will moro than meet competition. Como in and aoo. And don't you forjjet
that now is tho tlmo to Ret Shingles at
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
P gents for Doorino Machinory. Maysvillo, Kv.
a. a. Mclaughlin. l. n. nun an.
FAIKTODAY AND WEDNESDAY.
Tho Director! of the Stato National Dank
havo declared tbe regular 3? dividend and ona
per cent, extra, payable December !!i, 1912.
Slept While E-rido Waited
Kantas City Journal.
Some years ago au engagement was broken
of! In Howard beostue, aft jr he bad dressed
for the ball, bo lay down for a few ruinates,
fell esleep and dldn'c wako up until past mid
night, leaving her to sit around in her fino
fii-np3 wondering wbat was tbe matter. Us
couldn't rqaaro it with her, so he looked
around, found another girl and tbe offended
bride found another min. Thoy both got
married, and there aro now two happy families
where there would bavo been but oco.
WANTS TO KNOW
Postmasters Asked to Learn Prob
able Extent of Parcels
Wc 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
William Vicro? of Brighton,, 0., Is here
jTlsit to his mother, Mrs. Fanny Vlcroy of
Mr. and lira. II. J. Brown, cee Ui.s Mary
ne, are the guests of her mother, Uri. Alice
ne of West Second street.
lunty Superintendent Jesaio 0. Yancey left
lay for Louisville to attend tbe Child
are Conference of tbe Southern Edaca
ryF. ("Scatter") Sailer, one of tbe crack
en of the St. Louis Nationals spent last
here visiting old time friends. He Is
t bis old borne to Ulgglntport, 0.
Urs. ;. C. Cablish Is visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kitel have returned
borne after a pleasant visit to Cincinnati.
Mlsfes Lucy and Fanny Leo left Saturday to
spend Thanksgiving with their brother, Mr.
Stanley Lee and family at Ironton.
LITTLE HOPE FOR PEACE
According to Reports Received
Berlin From Vienna
Dispatches from Vienna, recelvod say that
a belief id current that It will be Impossible to
maintain peace In Europe. Five Austrian
ar,my corps have been mobilized and are
equipped for war.
It U reported that Austria will send en
ultimatum to Belgrade within seventytwo
hours, unless tbore are counter development!
In the meantime.
CIAL SALE ON GRAPE FRUIT:
eAlBBi Slio ...HoEftCh. Large Slto...... 7Ko I aoh.
jrJrofour PJ3IINDKLL M1N013MKA f. It U the beat ever.
h can't make it at good. We have one liaadred pleased ous
iera on thU one article.
i 40V , liMi -j & CONRAD.
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In order that ad quate facilities may be
provided for the handling of tho paresis post
business tffldiontly and on a country-wide scalo
at tbe outset January lit, Postmistor General
Hitchcock has ashed every I'oitmastcr in tho
Unilted States to obtain from tho buslnoss
public Information aa to tlo probable extent
tbe now eye tern will be used.
Eich Postmaster has been provided with
circulars which set forth in detail the provis
ions of tbe parcel post law, tho retes of post
age and an explanatory statement concernlog
tbe delivery of parcels past rmtter. Atten
tion also is directed tn the fact that such mat
tor may be reg'stered and also insured against
MRS. HEDWIG SCHUBERT
Aged Woman Formerly of Dover
Fatally Injured By Street
Car at Newport
Mr. lied wig Schobert, formerly long a
resident of Dover, and mother of Mr. Henry
Schubert, one of Mason county's loading
farmers, residing near Dover, was fatally in
jured by a streetcar at Newport yesterday
The Times-Star gives tho following account
of tbo sad accident:
"Confused and unable to gather ber wits
about ber la time, eo as to move out of tbe
way of a Ft. Thomas car, whose path she had
attempted to crow, Mrs. iledwig Schubert,
aged 88, a widow, was struck and probably
fatally injured Monday morning, at 7:15
o'clock, at Fifth and Washington avenues,
Newport, Ky. Tbe motorman mado au effort
to stop his car, witnesses say, but tbe mo
mentum was too great. The fender caught
Mrs. Schubert and rolled ber for twenty feet
In front of the car. When the car was
brought to a stop the woman was f jund to be
imbedded fast In the fender and It required a
great deal of effort to eztricato her. A call
was sent for a patrol wagon, but in tbe mean,
tlmo Charles Sloan, who is connocted with the
Andrews Steel Company, passed in bis auto
mobilo and offered to tako Mrs. Schubert to
Speers hospital. Tho physicians hold out no
hope for ber recovery. Tbo agod woman
had left tbe home of her daugbtcr,Mrs. Joseph
Armacoit, 024 Robertson street, about 7:30
o'clock, saying that she was going to tbe
home of another daughter, Mrs. Joseph Pen
nick, In CumminiTllle. Mrs. Armacost tried
to persuad her not to tako tb'e journey be
cause or her feeble condition, but eno in.
stated on going. Mn. John Sargent of Belle
vue, Ky., la another daughter with whom the
aged woman spent part of htr time, More
than two-third of those ia the car, dlitreMtd
by tb aeoliont walked to tbe olty."
Thr rwnLic Lbdckr from now untllJanuary
1st, 1914, for $3.
CHILD WELFARE CONFERENCE
Louisville. Kv, November 23th. Tne
Child Welfare Conference, which will bold a
tbreo days' sesehn, iu connection with the
Child Wtlfaro Exhibit at the Armory, was
opened Monday morning at 10 o'clock, in the
Chpel of the Warren Memorial Church, Fourth
Prof. D. B. Huntoop, former Superintendent
of tbe Kentucky Institution for tho Blind, pre
sided over lha meetirg.
Infant Mortality was the first (object takon
up at the morning sessto?. Dr. J. Ilowan
Morridon of Louisville rpoko on ''Some of Its
Causes and Its Prevention." The disunion,
following the addr, was opened by Miss J
"Proventibb Bilcdoess In Kentucky," was
the subjtct of ao adlress by Dr. J. A. Stucky
Murderers Still at Largo
Winchester, Kv November 25th' Up to
a late hour tonight It Is not known positively
whether any of the begroes implicated In the
murder of Deputy Shoriff 'George M. Ilart on
tho streets of Winchester Sunday night have
as yet been captured.
REPUBLICANS WILL CONTROL
Washington, November 25th. Tho
death ol Senator Itayner of Maryland
early today is expected to tako tho
control ot tho United States Senato in
tho new (tongreas from the Democrats
and disarrange the plans of the leaders
ol that party after March 4th. Gov.
GoldsbordiiRhoI Maryland is expected
to appoint a Republican, William P.
Jackson, Maryland member of the He
publican National Committee.
Dorjs of War Impatient
London, Encland, November 25th. The
extremo anxiety manifested by all the Euro
pean governments to deny reports ofjwarliko
preparations and to present the political
situation as peaceful and satisfactory is In
itself an Indication of how slender is tbe
thread on which tbe issuesof peace and war
In Europe now hang.
Living a Dog's Llfo
You have heard people say that they bad
worked like a dog all day. If this were liter
ally true, tbe twenty-four hours would be spent
thus: One hour digging out a rat, two hours
gnawing a bone, ono hour waiting for a cat to
come down out of a trpe, half an hour begging
to get Into tbe bnu4i, and tho rest sleeping on
a nut io front of the door fighting fleas.
TAKE OUT A
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. 30c.
M. F. WILLIAMS & GO.
"Big Drugstore With
the LitHo PrldB."
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Wo pay fully as much attention to tho quality of the class ol goods the working nnd economical man
and woman buys as we dn to tho highest priced garments wo carry. When you buy Underwear, Jeana and
Corduroy Pants, Overalls and Work Jackets, Working Gloves and Work Shoes, just compare the kind wo
tell to that sold by others. You will not be long deciding "where to buy."
Wc lay great stress on our $10 Suits and Overcoats. $15 buys nono better. Iu the higher prico
lines of Suits and Overcoats wo are in a class to ourselves. Our imported Chinchilla and Fur Oeaver 52
inch long sbarrl-rollar Overcoats are the handsomest garments ever shown in Maysville. In Children's and
Boys' Suits and Overcoatp, from t'J up, we show an immense line. You can't help but bo suited in qual
ity, stylo and price. Another big "Good Bhoea" day Saturday.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysvillo's Leading Clothing
No Women in Morgan Bank
New York Prtts,
There are no women employees In the Mor
gan banking houso. This is one of the few
Wall street establishments which the petti
coated person of busines has not invaded.
Mrs. D. Fitzgerald has been callod to Balt
imore by tbe Berious illness of her slater.
Mr. Patrick Comer, son of Mr. Martin
Comer, of this city, is dangerously ill at bis
borne ia Amarillo, Texas, as announced In a
telogram received yesterday.
All new subscribers and all those paying up '
put dues for Tub I'L'duc Lrdoer, and who
pay $t, one year's subscription, cash, wIB be
given th paper from bow until January lit,
sound CARPET Ms
II there is one thing about the house furnishings
that needs to be of thoroughly dependable quality it is
the floor covering. It is the Quality Security that
brings careful housekeepers here. We have some extra
vnlues in Brussels and Axminster room size Rw
season, so ii you are interested come in and Iu
Rugs to you. We aro also showing an unusua
assortment of Linoleums and Oilcloths. The ioim..
50c and 60c n yard, the latter 25c, 35c and 40c a yard.
The Best Dollar Glove
Made of soft pliable PERFECT skins. Full cut,
careful finish, Paris point stitching, one and two clasp.
Tan, black, white, gray. Gloves considerably better
than usual at their prico.
An Umbrella Item
WfnteF&iit3v"-5Titr-fSf will SQQU sejt: V thinking of
umbrellas. An excellent value at apprar price--$i I
i?- here for you. Excfelleut gloria silk "racron
frame, plain mission or natural' wood, harrdles 'in godcl
Allies. Jhat Gount
..-- It needs but a moment's reflection to realize that
lour hundred suits means a very considerable stock for a
town this size.
That is the point wo want to emphasize. We offer
not only style and quality but this season, owing to Mr.
Hunt's continued presence in the market from where he
is constantly sending us atWitions to tho stock, we are
carrying the largest assortment of Suits in thehitory of
the house, Any price you want from $10 to $40 some
are sample Suits secured at marked savings.
"Smoke Masonlan and La Tom, 5 cents
The Ladles Aid Loclety of tbe Third Street
M. E. Church will givd a Thanksgiving sale of
cakes, ji-s and home-made candies at
tbe Ulll lit 01.' electrical atore all day Wednesday.
"Now Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
The Host select line of Rid Seal records
ever In Maysville. November reiords also sn
sale at Murphy's Jewelry Store. adv.
Cakusle, Ky., November 25th. Miss Elsie
E. Soper, aged 1G years, of Donrbon county,
and Mr. Leslie Collins, aged 25 years, a young
farmer ot Nicholas county, were married.
Monday's sales on the Lexington breaks em
braced four warehouses, selllog a total of
30,000 pounds, ranging from $4, the bottom,
to ? 19.75 for tbe top price. No real fancy
crops were offered.
If 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, $18.50 to $29.
COATS, $4.98 to $39.
DRESSES, $4.98 to $25.
For Women than "Queen
Quality" and for Men than
"Regajs', have not yet been
discovered. As soon as they
are maoe you will find them in
our Shoe Department.
"Queen Quality," $3.50 to $4.25.
"Regals," $3.50 to $5.
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