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27 Cents Pound.
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Geo. H. Dinger.
Belter thau most butter.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBERS, 1912.
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THEIlE'a A REASON.
"I like to give thank,"aalJ old man Drown,
"Decause I kin loaf aroand the town,"
"I like to give thanks," eaU old fat Dill,
"Because I kin then eat my fill."
And it'd just to loaf and oit and bwIII
That makes Thwkrgivlng for Drown and Dill.
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Special holiday matinee at the Gem tomor
row. Born, to Atthur Lawleas and wifo of Mil
waukee, the 10th, a son. Mrs. Liwless was
formerly Mas Eva Wells of Helena.
Don't grouch at home on Thanksgiving Day,
but ceUbrato the yoat'd manifold blessings by
attending the baziar at the May 'a Lick High
School and enjying the dinner, bazaar, baskot
ball, plays, etc., nmid genial surroundings,
frcra 10 a. m. to 10 p. ra.
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' DAMAGED MIRRORS
Resllveredjby Williams, the oxpert mirror
plator from Chattanooga. 1G years experi
ence. Good work, guaranteed. Now located
at John Dubois Furnituro Stom. Maysville,
Ky. Oo!y 5 day, Nuvember 27th to Decern
br21. 'Phono 131. adv.
A substantial cottage ol threo roomB with
large porch, located in Sixth Ward, is of
fered for sale at a bargain. Terms easy.
"XOUoirIllllAV 1 UllVO t
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 aveii't what you vvant 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 !
Wc 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. Wc would rather have the
money, just now, than the buggies. Come in.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
After the Thanksgiving dinner visit the Gem.
(ear International Operatio Company at High
Vl Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Vl Virginia planter wanted a good wife
lent to see two sistara near his bouso
lha morning. One of tho girls was
leased' and the other girl "lojksd
INo need to state that he did not
No Ledger Tomorrow, Thanksgiving
No Public Ledger is leaned on Thanksgiving
bay, Christmas Day and lha Fourth of July,
y Kindly bear this In mind.
V,U9 Dve banks in Maysville, tho Postofllce,
L."&. N. and tbo ( & 0. freight depots
II be olosed tomorrow for Thanksgiving,
e rural mail carriers will not make a trip
he city carriers will make but one dellv
hat at 8 o'clock,
tea ba with you alii"
GIAL SALE ON
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output of coal during tbo last few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
yon a greater value for your money.
You will'ncver get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
On next Monday. County Conrt day, at 2
o'clock will be sold a cottago of five rooms and
two halls situated in Third street, Fifth Ward,
between Lexington and Walnut streets, the
proptrly of Charles and Joseph Collins
Charles F. Taylor, auctioneer.
J. R. DEVINE
I IH H i i I In !
The ladies of the Christian Church will bold
their annual bsziar on December 17th and
DEATH OF A MAYSVILLIAN
Patrick Comer Passes Away Sud
denly at Amarlllo, Texas
Mr. Uartln Comer of East Piurth street re
ceived a telegram Monday night Informing
him of lbs ferious illness of bis oldeit son,
Patrick Comer, and another yesterday more
log announcing his death at Amarlllo, Texas.
The deceasod wai born in this city and was
about 52 years olJ, His wife died aomo yeara
ago. Besides hU nged father he U survived
by fire listers and one brother Urr. U. J.
Donovan, Mrs. Tuce Wlllett, Uleaes Ellen and
Annie Comer of tbls city and Utt. John Cullen
of FImlogsburg, and Mr. John Comer of Chi
Ills remains will bo brought here for burial.
Fnneral arrangements announced later.
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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.
Loose loaf tobacco sales on the Lexington
market yesterday totaled 40,000 pound at
prices ranging from $4 for green common to
$21.50 for the tost grade ofTorod.
WINS $10,000 VERDICT
FOR DAUGHTER'S DEATH
Railway Company's Defense of Mrs.
Power's Suit is 1 hat Victim
Knew Dangers of
sing New York Times.
A Jnry in the Supreme Court at White Fluiua
yestorday awarded Mrs. Elizabeth Power of
Uronxvillu, a verdict of $10,000 against the
New York Central Ra lrond for the death of
her diughter. Miss Mary Power was killed
laat year while eroding tbo tracka to board a
train at the Iironxville Station, tier com
panion, Miss Eds Diggers, of Kentucky, was
Miss Digger case went to trial first and
rosulted In a verdict of $1,200. la both
cases the ral'road company contended tbat
Miss Tower was acquainted with the dinors
of the crossing and charged contributory neg
ligence. Mis) Dlggera'case is now In the Ap
The parties roferred to are Miss Uary Wil
sou Power, who was killed in the accident
mentioned, three years ago, and MIjs Bla
Diggers, her companion, wa severely ii jired.
The young ladies were from Maysville and
the horrible accident is still fresh In the
Mits Diggers, who Is now nt the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs C. U. Diggers in this
city, Is a young lady of wile acquaintance and
and popularity and it Is to bo hoped that both
she and Mrs. Khzibeth Wilt-on Power, mother
of the victim of the accident, will ultimately
recover heavy damages from the railroad
Elect a New President
The directors of the Diuegrrss League met
In tbe office of tho Lexlogton Baseball Club
Tuesday, passed on a large amount of routine
business, discussed tbe financial conditions of
tbe various club3 In the league at present, the
advisability of Increasing the s'zi of lbs
league, und msde arrangements to holJ a
meeting at tbo same plsce on Tuesday January
7tb, at 11 o'clock, when new officers will be
elected to fill tbe position of President and
It was decided by a unanimous voto that
every club In the league should put up $500 In
the hands of the Treasurer nt the beginning
of the season, to be forfeited in caio the club
failed to finish tbe season In the league.
The representatives from each of the towns
In the league reported a fairly prosperous
condition, and all felt that the coming year
would bo a successful one. Amoog those
present were T . U. Ruisell, President, and
James Summers, 8e:retary.Treasurer, of the
Among other mattera tbo name of Council-
min Thomas A Keith of this city was suggest
ed by Mr. Russell for President of tbe Loagua
and tbe unanimity with which the suggestion
was received Is an aesuracca that it only re
mains for Mr. Keith to give bli consent to be
come President of tbe League, Tho high
standing of Mr. Keith and bis well known
business ability are qualities that wou'd re
dound to tha good of the organization.
A better nan could Dot be selected. Tha
trie wm BMtoe la Ur. Komll's automobile la
elionldsot provant you oonildsriog
about your lumber supplier. If you
are ready for li.terlor flolth we can
fnrnieh anything you desire in bard
or soft woods, rath, doors, mouldings,
flooring and ail kinds of mill work.
MASON LUMBER CO.
CORNER SECOND AND LIMESTONE STREETS.
MAYSVILLE, KY- PHONE 619.
AGENTS FOR DEERINQ MACHINERY.
A. A. UcLaUkMlu. h. N. ltetun.
Thi: Tubuc Lbdcek from now until Jaciary
1st, 1914, fur $3.
Limit for county tixes November 30tb.
Don'c wok till tb last day. Office will be
clojed each day at 4 o'clock.
W. II. MACKor,
Sheriff of Maeon County.
Traxel's Thanksgiving Menu
Vanillft Cream. Chocolate Cream.
Caramel Cream, Tutti Fruitti.
Diequu Cream, Neapolitan 13 rick.
Frozen Sultana Puddiug.
1'ineapp'e lee. Orange Ice.
You Will Always Have a 8vteet
of Their Deliciousncss.
If there is one thing about the house furnishings
that needs to be of thoroughly dependable quality it is
th" floor coverings It is the Quality Security that
brings careful housekeepers here. We have some extra
values in Brussels and Axminster room-size Rugs this
season, so il you are interested come in and let us talk
Rugs to you. We arc also showing an unusually large
assortment of Linoleums and Oilcloths. Tho former is
50c nnd 60c n yard, the latter 25c, 35c and 40c a yard.
The Best Dollar Glove
Made of solt 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 price.
9Smoka Masonlan and La Texas, 5xvnk
CLiof of Police Ilarry Ort and wife, Ira
Newoll and wlfo and Henry Newell, of Maya.
ville, were up tbe other day to visit S. T.
Dyer and family near here and take a bunt.
A TIME OF THANKSGIVING.
Everybody ought to be thankful over something, even if
it's only because "things are no worse." After all, per
haps, our greatest blessings are the things most common,
air, sunshine, water and occasionally a little of the good
old TURK. There's another thing the ladies are not un
mindful of, we hope. That's us. We certainly RECIP
ROCATE WITH A CAPITAL R. Don't fail to read Fri
day's paper. Some good reading in Merz Bros.' ad. And
don't forget that
Saturday Will Be RED LETTER DA
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Mrs. Henry Schubert, 88, formerly of
Dover, who was thought to have been fatally
Injure! by a Newport street car, may recover
from the accident.
READ your LYCEUM DOOKLET and see
program as published by the paporr, and you
will want to bear tha International Operatic
Company Thursday night at the High School.
Reserve your seat now.
To Bo Delivered Tomorrow
Rev. R. L. Clark at Epis
copal Church .
The Union Tbankegivlng service nill bo
Isold at the Episcopal Church on tomorrow,
Thudv, morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Rev. Roger L.Clark of the Christian Church,
will preach the sermon and all will bo welcome.
Maysville's Best and
Busiest Clothing and Shoe Store !
Always on the lookout to furniih our patrons "startling bargains," We've got two "Ovorcoat Sur
prises" for this wek tbat you cannot afbrd to overlook. Somo eixty odd all-wool Cheviot and Caasimere
Overcoats, 52-inchcs long, convertible collars, some with belts and eome without, si.tlideutly heavy for
severe winter weather, that we socured at a price that enables us to sell them at $7.75. Another unmatch
able bargain consists in a number of refined and distinctive styles, excellent fabrics, splendid colors and
the very newest models. These Overcoats are full worth up to $25. Our price during this week is $16.50.
Overcoats De Luxe," in Chinchillas, Fur Beavers and Irish Frieze. These wo consider the hand
somest garments ever shown in Maysville. Price $25 to $30.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Dell Gardner and Jamea Barns sold their
crop of b!x acres cf tobacco last week at
12Jc straight, to be delivered In Maysville.
Elsie Day sold a crop of probably 7,000 pounds
several weeks ago to M. M. Rhodes at 15a
jNow Is tha lima to buy yourwitiar
coal. Sea Drydea, Limestone street
Tbe Ladies' Aid Society of the First Dsptlst
Church will meet with Mrs. Dan Drown this
afcornoon at 2:30 o'clock.
;-Whsn nttdlng dental work call on Cartmel
Tho regolir monthly business and social
meotlng of tbe Epworth Laaguo of tho Tb'rd
Street M. E. Church will be held at the church
on Friday evening ofthis week. A fioo time
is in store for all who come. Thora will bo
a lively contest betwoen tbo Reds nnd Bine..
It insures you against the many ills which, in the begin
ning, needed a good tonic. IroQuino gives you an appetite,
strengthens and builds up the sysiem. 50c.
ME Wll I IA1IC & PI. "Bia Drugstoro With
Til WlULIAmd 8 UUi Wio LitUo Prints
Messrs. W. W. Ross and R. II. Sousley of
Plemlngsburg, were business visitors In Mays
Tbe turkey pen closed at Flemlogsburg last
Wednesday, after about 7.G00 turkeys had
An Umbrella Item
Winter snow and rain will soon set us thinking of
umbrellas. An excellent vnlue at a popular price--$T
is here for you. Excellent gloria silk cover, pat
frame, plain mission or natural wood handles in
Figures That Count
It needs but a moment's reflection to realize that
four hundred suits means a very considerable stock for a
town this size.
That is the point we 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 additions to tho stock, we are
carrying the largest assortment ol Suits in the history of
the h ouse, Any price you want from $10 to $40 some
are samplo Suits secured at marked savings.
Believo Murderer Escaped
Winchester, Ky., November 26th. The
capture of Den Emory, one of the Negroes
charged with the murder of Deputy Sheriff
George M. tlart at Paris; bis daring escape
from officers, and tbe arrest of two Negroos,
Thompson & MoATDEf
A Real Turkey Trot
Cuero, Texas, November 2Gtb. Eighteen
thousand turkeys marched through the streets
of Cnero today In a procession headed b;
Governor 0. R. Colquitt of Texas, and mem-
bera of his eteff In full uniform. Tho event
wes officially named the "Turkey Trot."
TAKE OUT A
Just received a cooilgnmsct of
twine. Can fill all orders.
Maysville's Leading Cloth!'
All new subierlbers and all those paylof up
past dura for The PuraJC Lewie, and who
pay $1, ona year's sibitription, cash, wll ba
given Um papor from now until Jaauaxy lit,
one nt Paris and the other In Cynthlana, who
had no knowledge of the crime, marked tha
development In the oise in the past twenty
Mrs. R. M. Johnson of Millersbarg, wa?
regiatered at the Central Hotel yesterday.
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