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J. TntTfiKDGER i an Admitting ! medium Hint brings result. Onr j I Mica nro consistent TrltTi circa- ! Intlnn. Hooks open (o Inspection. ! J. .J .!.! !! ! ntr.Ktv ttr.PvnT.KAX-nn. ( ail r rvnuo i.mmnn-xit MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH IB, 1010. ONE COPY ONE CENT. j ' .citiickyW1nelnr i.rnh- IJ II I I I lESIlmllJli'flS TP I I I I I I I 1 t WmBBi JVVUV V IK si if - Hey, dlddl.o diddle, Gum shoes la tlio fiddle. Chimin Clnrk Jumped over tlio moon; Little Mann laughed to sco the sport, But Woody got nway with tho spoon. WM.L, now nn hi: wixi Portland, Mo., March 15. Pour out ot the flvo city elections In Mnlno wcro won by the ncpubllcnns. Tho only Democratic success was In Blddeford, whero Leopold A. alard was chosen. Tho successful Republican mayors are Blaine S. VIIcb, In Augusta; John P. Woodman, In Bangor; Frank H. Nick crson, In Brewer, and William K. Kecnc, in Belfast SPECIAL MISSIONARY PHOflR.Uf. Tho Epworth League o( tho Aber deen church will give a missionary :.. program Thursday night nt tho church, t Eleven church will bo represented and an Interesting program with special ) music will bo given. Tho public Is cordially Invited to come. Mrs. T. B. Kennedy died Sunday at Pittsburg. She was a resident of this city about ten years and has numer ous friends and relatives here. HTHAW8 STILL POINT. Washington, March IB. Political straws still continue to point tp In creasing Republican sentiment over the country. The first stnto wide pri maries ever held In Indiana showed a remarkably strong Republican vote, with n much smaller Democratic vote, and that of tho Progressives ap proaching tho vanishing point. In Iown a municipal election nt Muscn Una rcsultod In a Republican landslide, nil tho Democrats In office being re placed by Republicans. In Mnlno tlio election In cities resulted In Republi can victories, and tho unseating of Democrats. L. k N. PETITION OVERRULED. Judgo A. M. J, Cochran in tho United States District Court at Frank fort, overruled tho petition of tho I & N. for a modification of his opinion in the 1013 franclilso tax case, rcqulr lng the rond to pay on an assessment of $23,000,000. Ha also required the road to pay on tho same nmount for 1915 beforo n temporary restraining order Is Issued. Tho road had paid on $16,000,000 already. J. O. U. A. Jf. MEETIXfl. Regular weekly meeting of Lime stono ohaptcr No. 256 J. O. U. A. M, tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All members are requested to bo present WALTER RUDY, Councilor. Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For Spring Parts and Sup plies Gars For Hire GoodKhear AKRON.OHI0 Fortified Tires FORTIFIED ACAINST Rlm-Cuti by the No-Rlm-Cut feature. Blowout. by tho On-Air" cure. Looo Tread. hy many rubber rlveti. Initcuritr by 126 braided piano wires. Puncture) and Skidding by tha double thlclc All-Weather tread. SIMPLE, YET ARTISTIC arches can bo had to rcplaco the conventional doors for a surprisingly small sum hero. Or if you prefer something more elaborato you can find It among our mlllwork specialties in variety enough to suit any tasto and at prices which make even tho most ornnto quite Inexpensive. The Mason Lumber Company Corner Limestone nnd Second Streets, Phono 510. A. A. McLnuglilln. L. II. Hehnn Plowing Time I Will Be Here, Just As Soon As s the Sun Shines Hot g so, be ready, Farmers, to take advantage of the first pretty days. We are ready for you, with a splendid line of Plows, both Oliver and Syerause, Points, Handles, Shares, Mouldboards, etc. Just phone us your wants. If you ueed a good Rake, Hoe, Mat tock, Ax, Fork, or, in fact, any tool needed I on the farm, just tell it to us. We have good ones in stock, at the right prices. Just received, a shipment of the neat est Wheelbarrows you ever saw. Need one? Yours, for good Plowing Weather, soon. MIKE BROWN "THE SQUARE DEAL MV" CLAM CHOWDER FiHun Haddock, BUOers, Herrte, Codfish, 8hr!p, Lobster, Crb, ,hk Flakes, T FJifc, t XMkmL Antlwrtaei la Oil, Curalr, Ojitcw, , Lt4ttu SeMeiwbk rlffM hh m4 Ue M. gel wi jour or4r. . . U. S. WILL NOT ABANDON SEARCH Report Tlint ('nrrnnin Hns Villa .Nur rounded Will .Vot Interfere Willi Tnltcd States Army Plnnx. Washington, March 16. While thcro wcro Indications In olllclnl dis patches from Moxlco ycstortlny thnt tho Cnrrnnza govornniont was making a supremo effort to enpturo Villa and his bandits with Its own forces, there was no sign that Ocncral Funston'a ordors to proceed on tho samo mis sion had been modified In any wny, Word that American troops had cross ed tho border was still lacking. Congress took nctivo notlco ot the situation yesterday for the first time. Tho Houbo passed n Joint resolution into In the day authorizing tho re cruiting of tho mobile rogulnr army to full strength. This means the addi tion of approximately 20,000 lighting men to tho Infantry, cavnlry and field artillery. The Senato Is expected to concur today and tho ncccssnry orders will bo Issued Immediately to fill up regiments on border duty. Tho step was suggested by the nrmy general staff. It Is urgently desired not because- of the weakening of the border force by the expedition, but over since tho patrol of tho border be gan the nrmy has been greatly handi capped by tho skeleton organization of regiments, companies, troops and bat teries. Tho forco nround Vera Cruz had similar difficulties, sonio of tho companies being less thnn forty men strong. Secretary Baker conferred yester day with Senator Chambcrlnln and Representative Hay, chairmen of the Congressional military committees, and later Hcprcsentntivo liny returned to tho War Department accompanied by Representative ICnhn, ranking Re publican member of tho IIouso com mittee. Tho resolution was Intro duced Immediately by Representative Hay upon his return to the capltol. Its consideration was expedited by unanimous consent nnd Its passage followed with only Representative London, Socialist, voting against It. Steps wero taken to make It cer tain that distorted versions of the American purpose In Bending armed forces across tho border were not giv en wide circulation In Mexico. Ily cable, telegraph, radio and mall full etatemcnts of nil that has trans pired since tho raid upon Columbus and ot tho attitude of the United States government In Its reciprocal agreement went forward to consuls and state department agcuts through out tho southern republic. The Inten tion is to keep these officials fully In formed In order that they may cor rect Immediately and authoritatively nny misstatements or misapprehension in their districts. Also, they will be ablo to advlso Americans with a fulr knowledge of the situation. In effect tho United States has es tnbllshcd a publicity bureau In Mexico to mako clear its peaceful purposes toward every resllent of Mexico with the exception of Villa and tlio bandits who raided Columbus. STATE NATIONAL BANK Reaches tho Million-Dollar Murk In Its Statement Splendid Showing. IHIATII (IF MR, PAT FOX'. Mr. Pat Fox, aged 71, died Tues day afternoon nt .1 e'elook nt his home on Rrldge street, nftor an Illness of only n few days. He had for a number of yenrs bcon n traveling representa tive of tho Poyntx llros., wholesale liquor dealers, and was woll known over thin section. Mr. Fox wns born In County Mnyo, Ireland, In 1812, nnd at the early age ot 6 years ho onmn to this country and settled In Maysvlllo, whore ho hnd 1 1 veil nit his Ufa j Ho Is survived by n brother, Mr.' Thomas Kox of Rrooksvlllo, a niece. Miss Agnes Fox, with whom he made1 his home, nnd scvoral distant rela tives In Fleming county. Ho wns n llfo long monlbor of St. Patrick's Catholic church and a mom bcr of tho Holy Name Society. Funeral will bo from St. Patrick's Catholic church at !i o'clock Friday morning. Interment In thu Washing ton Catholic cemetery. MAIL ORDKItS PROMPT!,!' FIIjLEI). For nil grades of whiskies and liquors. Our prices nro right. Order today. Poyntis llros., Covington, Ky Charles Asbury, C. I. Newman, J. M, Finch and John Slcdd of tho county, wcro Maysvlllo "visitors Tuesday. ROSS NICHOLSON Jinn From Marseille Dies Sudden! At Ills Home In Florida. A REAL BALLPLAYER Milton, Son of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Tliomns M. Riicll, In Training Willi Philadelphia National. Several weeks ago Mrs, Thomas M RiisboII and Interesting son Milton, wont to St. Petersburg, Flu., to spend tho balance of tho winter, nnd they hnd hardly gotten thcro when the Phil adelphia Natlonnl baseball club "blow In" for their spring training. Thoy hnd not gotten tho traveling "kinks" out of them boforo Master Mil ton Russell made their acquaintance and soon had unfolded to thorn his good points ns n playor of tho great nntlonnl sport, nnd after they began "working out" on tho park Innds, Milt was thcro too; and a letter recclvod hero stntcs that ho now looks, nets and practices llko a regular, nnd If all signs don't fall, he'll bo on tho pny roll beforo ninny years of ono of the big lenguo clubs. Milt Is now out of the back-lot league. Tho meeting announced by tlio Wo man's Club for Thursday afternoon nt tho Rlks' Home, will be held nt the Mission on Sutton street, ns repairs being mado at tho Elks' Homo will not be completed In time. i FRESH CANNED COCONUT I H In snnitnry cans. Tho milk, tho Juicy meat nnd tho samo ldentl- cnl flavor used tho samo as fresh coconut. Only 10c per can. i .irST TAPPKU Another bnrrol of that famous Now Orleans Mo 2 hisses. 05c per gallon. S Dinger Bras., fSd st" HIQi IHI i SMART AMI ATTRACTIVE SEW Mr. Gerald Murphy has returned WALLPAPER IIESIONS AT HEX. I homo from a week-end visit to Ilolle IHHCKSOVS. vue, Ky. 1 Cent Each Mil ST. PATRICK'S 3 POST CARDS Sec Our Racks of Dainty, New Cards. Buy and 5 Send Now. S M. F. WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY w "AT THE CORNER" All tho latest patterns In wallpaper at CRANE & SHAFER'S. Mr. C. F. McN'amara was a business vlEltor In Vnnccburg Tuesday. Mr. William C. Nicholson, one of th- Maysvlllo Water Company's engineers Tuesday rccolved a telegram announc ing tho sudden death of his brother, Mr. Ross Nicholson, nt his homo In Zolfo, Fin. I Mr. Nicholson had been a great suf -1 forcr from nsthma, and his death was' due to nsthma of tho heart, ho drop- ping dead after a severe paroxysm of' roughing. Ho was bom In this city nnd was 60 years old. He was a eon of the lute James Nicholson, and wns married several years ago to a lady from Mil-, waukee, and nftor a stay there he ro-1 moved to Florida, whoro ho became a successful orango grower. He Is survived by his v. ldow nnd two brothers, William C. Nicholson, of this city, and John Nicholson of Cripple Creek, Col. ' THE HOME DF QUALITY CLOTHES Jhe World Js full of people Jhat Can Paint Pictures Real Artists Jtre few and far etweenr There nro clothes milkers pi 1 nro hut tlio product o only a few stand out ns un mistakably wonderful. And if you know anything 'ihont clothes nt nil, you know that Society Brnud, Stein-Bloeli. Ilirsh-AViekwiro, H. II. Fashion nnd Michaels, Stern & Co. Clothes arc the n.'uiies that are looked up to. The number of carefully drtssed people who buy here and continue to buy hero season after season confirms thjs opinion, viz., that the clothes we are selling are the highest possible development in worth-while tailoring nt the prices. The newest things in Shoes and Hats. o. Kcs oj&aiiTsra-EiR, &. oo. Elsowhcro In this Issuo of Tho Pub lic Ledger will bo found tho state ment of tho Stato National Dank of this city, on March 7, BIG. Tho statement must bo very grati fying to tho officials of tho bank as well as tho citizens of this city, when it is known we bavo a financial Insti tution In our midst doing a million- dollar business, and this, too, In face of tho fact that wo have four other banks and two trust companies, all In good, sound and flourishing condi tion. , Tho totnl resources of tho bank are $1,000,804.70, divided partly as fol lows: Loans and discounts, $507,-1 349.40; surplus and undivided jn oflts, ' $30,084.81; individual deposits, ?720,- 761.37: other deposits, $49,955.58, mnk- lng total deposits $770,719.95. This Is a showing that In hard to beat In a small city llko Maysvlllo, with ouly 7,500 population. Tho olllceru aro Mr, Charles D. Pearco, president; B. T. Kirk, vice president, nnd II. C. Sharp, cashier. Tho Publlo Lodger congratulates tbeso gentlemen upon tho splendid showing thus mado and wishes them continued success. Qet your boy In line for ono of the pi lies that J. T. Knckloy & Compauy aro offering on Post, Country Gen tleman and Ladles" Homo Journal. A blbyclo, kodak, fountain pon, watch and knlfo. Miss Nora Campbell of NIobQlusvlllo, Is the guest of her brother. Rev. Y. D. Ckinptall of yest Third street. Stylish Silks at Moderate Prices Silks aro lovelier than ever and never In greater favor with Dame Fushion. Wo aro told constantly that our stock of silks Is un surpassed in Maysvlllo. They nro right In every sense quality, color, weave, pattern and price. AT i' EM'S Suslno Chiffon cloth. The only cotton fabric that has gained entranco to our Silk Stock but Its dellcato weave almost nr. transparent as chiffon, its lovely colors and Its lustrous silk finish make it such close kin to silk wo are displaying It during this salo. AT 0 I'UXTS Foulard in tan and white. Messallno In flesh, sand, gray. AT ."0 ni.M'S Striped, figured and brocaded silks, pongees, whlto tub silks. Challles In lovely shades nnd patterns havo also bceu Included with silks ot this price. AT 75 CUNTS White tub silks, pongees, figured silks In broad variety, mcssnllne. AT Taffeta, messallnc, cashmlro charmeuse, rajah, striped shirtings, pongee, white Jap tub silk, whito nnd flesh Italian tub silk. Other silks in great variety In blnck and colors, up to $2.25 yard Children's Tub Frocks Sizes 2 to G years. Perhaps tho most notablo feature Is the diversity of styles. While you aro charmed with tho daintiness ot one llttlo dress that has Just n hint of a skirt, so long-walstcd is it, thcro beside It you sco another just tho opposlto and just ns charming nn Umpire style. Gingham and Percales, 50c, 75c, $1.00. They Speak For Themselves What Is tho uso of a lot ot words on paper when tho briefest glance at our stock of suits will Instantly couvlnco you It is unrivalled In Maysvlllo for size and style. All prices from $15 to $35. i .- e s Our prlco this week for buttorfat, 3G cents, Maysvlllc. MAYSVILLE MODEL CREAMERY. Mrs. P. J. McDonald of Bridge street, has as her guest her sister, Miss Eva Fleming ot niauchester, O. Our now Spring wallpapers aro ready for your Inspection. Come In. CRANE & SHAFER. Mr. and MrB. J, Foster Barbour leave today for Clifton Springs, N. V., for n few weeks' stay, ifwrv Day Brinas in new Goods "Dolores Linen" writing paper, initialed and bordered, in the newest shades, 24 sheets, 24 envelopes, 2 and only 25c. "Kitty Bess" Silk Hose, the best $1 silk hose in America. When our present stock is exhausted the price will be higher. You will admire the new Spring Suits and Coats. $12.95 to $35. f A pair of grey high boots at $7 to tickle the feet. g Lovely hats from New York's greatest makers, selected by one of New York's most charming women, & who has been considered a fashionable society leader. f Do your own dress making. Buy one of the new "Acme" Adjustable Dress Forms$5.95, $6.95, $12.95. j' r 1 13