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DAILY PUBLIC LBDOIR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1916.
Everybody Is Coming To
Maysville s Tobacco and Corn Fair
November to 23 25 Three Big Days
"We Can, Wo Will Tobaooo Fair, Maysville"
Yes, onr stock is complete; all
new and up-to-date.
New styles, patterns and mater
ials, and best of all, the price is
right no higher than last year
because we botlght early and paid
Give us a chance and we wi
' w you.
KICKERS CORNSR WORK FINISHED;
If mny M at any time for mny rramon ha
mny hum in "kirk" In mny tray ml mnylking
of amy kind, here' the plane to oay hi way.
The itoor It open -walk right In mnd kelp
yourtetf, freo arntit mnd for notnlnn: bat
iont mmho your kleko" too ttmgU'o Ikm
thort, (iiM fellow that count ana out.
tttffhe nam of the kicker mhM mroom
pany the kirk, or It'll he ktekod Intm the
Democratic and l(cHillran Chair'
men Claim Majority In Kentucky
Workers Wo Home Petty
Nays 0. O. I'. Will Win In
$10.00 TO $25.00
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville s Foremost Clothier.
Miss Alma Williams of Ewlng spent
Sunday with friends In (his city.
Mr. Everett Dunham of Corbin, Ky
was a visitor in this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mis K W. Inrnll if ('In
cinnati spent the day Sunday in this
Mr. Charles Austin of Madison vi lie,
xnd., is spending u few days with his
later, Mrs. Fannie Carver, of Com
Mr. and Mrs. William Peers return
ed to their home in Ashland Saturday
after a visit with Mrs. Julia Peers of
East Fourth street.
Misses Estella and Frieda Nauman
returned to their home In the West
End yesterday after a two weeks' visit
in Chicago and Cincinnati.
Mrs. J. H. Randolph and daughter
have returned to their home on East
Second street after a visit with rela
tives and friends in Portsmouth, Ohio.
Mr. W. F. Steele of the Independent
Central Warehouse left Sunday night
on a Dusiness trio to 1 1 mil union. W
Va. Mr. Steele Will touch Hnatern
Ohio and Western Pennsylvania on the
The gauge marks 4.7 this morning
The Chilo will pass down from Man
The Oreendale will pass up today for
WHAT WILL II I i. Ill n DO!
Mr. Hughes, acting in concert with
a Republican House and Senate, will
act toward Mexico like a patriot and a
If he Is inaugurated President, he
win give Mexico reasonable opportun
ity to compose ner troubles and pro
tcct the lives and nronertv of Ameri
can citizens rightfully sojourning with
in ner Doruers. if she falls to do this.
the Mexican UUCStion Will be illannind
of, peacefully, if possible, with war if
ueceasary, out u win De settled.
HOME TO VOTE
Mr. Samuel Earl Cobb, who has been
attending school at Lexington, arrived
In this city Friday night to spend a
few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Cobb, and also to vote. This
la Mr. Cobb's first vote and he says
that Hughes is the only thing he sees.
Mr. Albert L. Wood of Toleaboro,
and Miss Opal Flte of Olen bprings,
were married in this city Saturday By
County Judge W. H Rico
The weekly prayer service of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
South Methodist Church, will be held
at 2:30 Monday and Tueaday after
noons and 3:30 Wednesday.
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Regular mouthly meeting or Pride
Of Maaou Lodge No. 7, K. of P. tonight
at 7:80. Four candidates for the rank
of Pae and Esgufre r"ull attendance
W. C PATTON. K of It. aY 8.
Tbos. Biggs. C C.
ECHOES KKOtl THE MEYERS CASE
Kclttor of the Ledger:
Apparently inspired by some disap
pointed member of the Board or Health
of the City of Maysville, an article ap
peared hi the Saturday's issue of The
independent edited uy a memoer or tne
Hoard of Health, crltislzing the verdict
of the Jury finding a citizen or the
sixth Wnrd not guilty or maintaining a
nuisance under the law and racts in
The issue presented to the Jury was
not whether the detendant's hog pen
whs imsiuhllv nr whether it wrh e.an.t-
ble or giving rise to objectionable odor,
but whether in noint ot ract as it exist
ed it was a nuisance. Not a single
neighbor or citizen ot the Sixth Ward,
excluding the members ot the Board ot
Health, by the prosecution was in
troduced; but on the contrary, the de
fendant introduced tour witnesses
some or whom were neighbors, who
Itstifiii) that tlw nVfpiidnnt'a hoir mn
as kent hv him w:ih mil ilu 1 h mn h le
to them nor a nuisance. Being the sole
judges or the weight or the evidence
and the credibility ot the witnesses,
the jury determined from the evidence
nrpsented under the IllHtniptlnntt nf the
court that the guilt ot the derendant
had not been proved beyond a reason
able doubt. This decision under their
oaths to do Justice between the par
ties and under the racts in the case
and the instructions or the court could
not have been otherwise.
Xecertheless, the article in question j
undertakes to inuiuun the motives nf I
the Jury, and, if inspired by any mem-1
ber of the Board of Health, it shows to'
what extent the Board is willing to go J
in enforcing their urcconveived notions
and theories whether right or wrong.
l-overt attacks upon men who are as
sincere and honest as any member of
the Board of Health, because in their
administration of the law the outcome
is not pleasing to the Board of Health,
will not advance the cause of which
the Board are the professed champions.
Motives of intimidation, however sub
tle, are sometimes the best evidence of
the spirit of persecution; or at least a
willillnpHH imnn tin. nnrt nf nnmo whn
are clothed with a little brief author
ity to use the forms of law as means
of nnnression. In brief, he who in
vokes the law, should be the last per
son to critize the law which he in
vokes; and should not feel sore if it
proves a boomerang.
lyoiiisvllle, Ky., November 6 With
the work of mouths behind them, and
lucing the test of tomorrow with hope
and confidence, the campaign mana
gers of both the Itentihllcaii and Dem
ocratic particB in Louisville will rcM
on their nnrs tomorrow
Headquarters of both organizations
were deserted today, except tor occa-
H.onal visitors. Congressman J
Campbell Cantrlll, the Democratic
chairman, and the workers In his of
flees will leave tor their homos tumor
row to bo on hand to vote. Discus
sion of ex neeted ma hint leu In thin nml
other states was the chier business or
today. Ludlow F. Petty, the Republi-
i an manner likewise lins nnmnloted
his work, although most or his work
ers were at hcadiiuarters today. As
to have been expected, both sides
claim the victory.
0. O. P. Claims Kite Districts
The Democratic State Committee
I has predicted that Woodiow WUhoii
get a plurulity of 16,000 in Ken
I lucky, w hile Chairman Petty says
j Charles E. Hughes will capture Kni
i Micky's thirteen electoral voles by a
plurality of IJM, The Republicans
lain the Third, Fourth, Fifth. Tenth
and Eleventh Districts, while the
remocrata insist they win swaap ail
oT the first nine districts and will
come out of the Kopubllcan strong
holds in the mountains with more
Democratic votes than ever before.
The Firth District Committee, of
which Colonel Frank McCrath Is
chairman, expects to give President
Wilson and Representative Swager
Slierley a majority of at least 4.600.
The Republicans say they will carry
the ity and countv for Hughes hv
I Nature warns you when your how
are stopped Up. The filth from your
system is hacking up instead of going
out. Take at once Holllster's Rocky
Moulaln Tea or Talhcts-clear the
bowels, get them to work regularly,
then keep thef regular that's the se
cret to real health. J. .las Wood
The regular monthly meeting of the
W C. T. I'. will be held this afternoon
at the home of Mrs. 0, W. (lelsel on
Front street at 3 o'clock. Members
requested to be present.
Direct From the Richest
Plantation of Brazil
we have received several thousand
pounds of the finest lot of Hourhon
Sat it. is coffees yon ever laid yonr
two cyca on. All of this fnncv
old crop floods floes into our fam
otis BLUE BIRD (2Tc per noil ml
coffee, which is creatiiifl (uitc a
sensHlion among the coffee drink
crs in th in section. Cup select
Maysville Tea, Coffee
and Spice T o.
I "WHERE QUALITY RULES'
PARTIES CLAIM tVILSO.VS
All Items tinder this head V4 cent a
word. Minimum charge 10 cents
KOR KENT Furnished flat, with bath.
Apply to (Jeorge H. Traxel at St.
Charles Hotel. 4-2wk
TOR It EXT Four-room brick house;
water and light. Apply at 405 East
FOR SALE Coal heater in cood con
dition. Apply 1221 East Second
TOB SALE 16 gauge, double barrel,
hammerlaaa Parker Shotgun. Price
('' Apply to this office. o30-tf
WANTED MEN Our svst.in ot
teaching barbcring enables you to
learn a profitable profession quick
ly. Write MOLBR COLLBQB. :c.4
W Fourth street, Cincinnati. o30-lm
W WTKu-Wp want 5000 bushels
new corn; will pay highest market
price. Address R. M. Harrison &
Son. Maysville, Ky. o!3-tf
4-room modern Bungalow with 5
good building lots 42x145 feet, all for
f 1 - 00.
Wot J. W. Brad ner'a 7-room mod
ern residence with two lots only $.1,-
O. H. Bishop's 6-rootn modern resl
letn e on East Second street, very
One new 4-room cottage in Eastland
only $550. Why pay rent?
One 6-room residence In Eastland
with two large lots ot.ly $900.00.
Phone 663. 0'Keefe Bulding
"Will Sell the Earth"
No Advance in the Prices
We arc offerinfl special Outings, Hlanketa, Crrmforts, Dreaa
Oinflhams and Table Linens at no advance in price
Lace Cnrtaina, Curtain floods and Linoleuma are also at
Many kinds of Dreaa floods, Neckwear, MMMM and other
goods at old prices.
See the exclusive Silks and Plaids, Wool floods. They are
Our Trimmings arc the latest styles.
November Fashions are here.
Stamped Towels, lovely Cretonnes, grand f?iblons for mak
ing up of fancy gifts and useful articles.
j Robert L.Hmflicli
211 and 213 Market Street
Ml OF MlTfflUI
WANTED Woman for general house
work. Apply ao 26 W. Front street,
or phone .'102.
THE HOG QUESTION SOME MOKE
Editor of the Ledger:
I noticed in yesterday's issue where
anyone was invited to enter Into yc:r
so-called "Kicker's Corner" and as I
am much interested In that line I
thought I would take advantage of
your invitation. 1 want to give the
jury my sincere thanks for their de
cision in the hog case against Mr. My
ers .not only because it was a help to
Mr. Myers but to others in the same
boat. For. I am in favor of a Door man
raising all he can and whatever he can
to live on.
I am not blamlne the Board or
Health in their attempt to clean up.
Hut why not get onto other things
which are ot no use to anvnne I
would not deprive anyone of anything,
only of a terrible odor. I would not
deprive the so-called "Cracker N'eek-
ers" ot their right which they observed
when they consented to consolidate
with the City of Maysville. But In this
case if a man keepg hogs and his pens
become so bad that the neighbors com
plain against them and Bay that they
are a nuisance, then is the time tor the
Uoard ot Health to act and order him
to abate the nuisance. Everyone will
regard each other and will help the
Hoard. Rut don't rienrlve the ,..
man ot raising what he cannot afford
to buy like you can. For his income
Is not as large as yours Right Is
And if others exoeet to he trntel
right in the future they must treat the
rracger isecger right In this case.
ONK OF THE AUUKIEVED
COI'MTY ( ol it l
Trenton, N. J., November a The
'Mime state ot President Wilaon, which
' as been the scene of many hart!
toufht nf -littcal battles, is claimed to
nixht hv both nartlaa. The Rennhil-
can forecast victory by 45,000 and tl
I lemocrals iv 25.000
A special effort has been made this
year by the It mil In -an Stale Commit
tee In behalf of the party's Congres
sional candidates. The claim rai
twelve Representatives. That party
HOW lias eight and the Democrats four
The Democrats dispute the assertion
ot their opponents, however, and con
tend that the candidates of their party
win De successrul in Ave districts.
Vigorous campaigns have been con
ducted by I'nited States Senator
.lames E. Martine. who seeks another
term, arter winning renomination In
primary contests, ami Joseph S. Fre
linghuysen. the Renublican nominee
for the Senate.
Candidates on the state ticket will
continue their speech-making until
late tomorrow nieht Hoth II ntt.i
Wittpenu, naval officer of the port of
VW wrk the Democratic candidate
for governor, and Walter E. Edge, of
Atlantic Citv. his Reiiuhliean mum.
nent, professed today to be certain of
Be Sure to VOt for the Conmitaainn
Form or Government.
LOST A lull of T : I T 1 kill gloves lie-
tween Maysville High School and
:16 West Front street. Please return
to Elizabeth Luttrell. n3-3t
TAKEN Stone color Bhuttcr with
paael bottom frim house corner of
Fifth and Limestone streets. Phone
152 if found. Reward. n3-3t
mail i torn nun
If you live out or town write and
tell us what you want and we wll
end it to you by Parcel Post.
We exercise care in filling Mail
Orders and will give you the samt
prompt service as though you wero
in Un store.
Write us your wants today.
CHE.XOWETII MOW CO.
The Kexall Store.
Pay Phone M. Mirht Phone Ml
5 DO YOU BFLIEVE
IN PREPAREDNESS? i
Arm Yourself With an EVERREADY
The farmer nrobablv has more u8e for an EVER
RE t WW than anyone, for when his lighting system goes
out he in left in the dark and if he is attending to duties
in the barn he doesn't want to strike a match on account
of Are With an EVERRE A II V he Is safe and is not com
pelled to grope in the dark.
BUY AN EVERREADY NOW
ifSLS! rt'ceivpl a new and complete stock of
t t I Kill t 111 III ins and BATTERIES. (Jet one today
and avoid danger of fire.
MAVSVII.I.E IKOIHCE MARKET
Foiling ure this morning's onntn-
tions on countrv nroilnee t .. I ., t ,.,...
at S o'clock by the E. L. Manchester
i rotiuce company:
Egga (loss off) 31c
Mr. Henderson Rudd of Nepton and
Ulna Ida May Lorton of this city ware
id bar Saturday by Rav k w
In the Mason Countv Court Satur
day on motion of Mrs. Mary E Tucker
wiaow or w. e Tucker, ordered that
Charles Walllugford be appointed ad
ministrator ot said decedent anil mini
Hied as such with Dimitt Tucker as
Ordered that James JefTeraon,
Charles Johnaou and Toke Johnson be
appointed to appraise the peraonal es
tate or W E. Tucker, deceaaed.
K ATKLYN WILLIAMS TOO A V
Filiuland'a bust knowu and moat ver
aatile artist Katblyn Williams, la fea
tured la "The Vallauta o Virginia." at
the Pastime today Thla apeclal Sellg
ftature, written by Halite Brmluic
Rivers, pictures a romance of the fra
grant southland dealing with (he pas
sinuate love or a mail and a woman
Shippers 17.60 1&8.6O.
Butcher Steers $7,7548 26
Heirers $ 757.26.
Extra $10.60 11. 00.
Fair to good -$8 00 10 50
Common and large $4.60i 60
1 hull . uacks ami I, ni. ,.,..
$9 70t 86.
Slags -$ aoii 8.60
Common to choice kuwm 17 2Kn
Light shippers $8.608.86
Pig. $ 2 5 (UK 25
Sheep $6,5017 26
229 MARKET STREET, MAYSVILLE, KY.
Don't Forget the Tobacco Fair in November. Everybody Is
uoming ana You Are Wanted Too.
A Combined Bank
and Tmst Cnmpany
3 Per Cent. Interest Paid an
"The Valiants of Virginia"
By Hallic Bruit Rives. AA Romance of the Fragrant Southland
A Special Selig Feature.
Tho First National Bank, located At
Maysville. Mason Countv. In the su.k..
or Kentucky, is closing its affairs. All
noie noiaer3. anu otner creditors of
the Bank are. therefore, hereby noti
fied to present the notes and other
claims for payment.
Dated November 1, 1916.
THOS. A. KEITH, President.
The Standard Bank, of MayariUe,
Ky., is closing its affairs. All note
holders and other creditors of the
Bank are. therefore, hereby notified to
present the notes and other claims for
Dated November L 1916.
J. N. KEHOE, Prosldset.
The busimss of the above named Banks has been merseil n.i fm ,.,
after November 1. 1916. will be conducted at their Banking House. No. 33
West Second Street, under the name of
First-Standard Bank and Trust Cnmpany
OF MAYSVILLE. KY.
All checks drawn againsi either of the old Banks will he ni,i hv tho
concern and there will not be the slightest inconvenience in th en.tnmor. i
either Bank. The business will go on. without interruption, under the same
management, lust as heretofore and all the old customers and any new ones
that may bo kind enough to ravor us with their business will And us now
Bettsr Prepared Than Ever Betnre
To care for their banking business.
Our new concern will be modern and up to date in every particular and
conducted on conservative lines. What we will not do for a customer no safe
Bank or Trust Company can afford to undertake. We mean to serve the pub
lic, politely, promptly, fully and well and Invite you to drop In and see us.
First-Standard Bank and Trust Cnmpany
it's Your Opportunity, Gentlemen
une Hundred Suits at $10.95
THAT FORMERLY SOLD FROM $13.50 TO $25.00. ALL WOOL. COMZ IN, IF YOU ONLY USE IT FOR ROUGH
"WHY, BOYS THEY ARE TOO CHEAP IN PRICE, " SAID ONE CUSTOMER
THAT IS WHY YOU ARE BUYING," SAID A SALESMAN
IT'S THE PRICE THAT IS OOINO TO MOVE THEM
COME IN TODAY.
QirV" KrV 'jV.-i ojjf ,, aVt . m, nM,, tmmx
ion iviAtxi MiLtaiMimfcK in "tMMY OF STORK'S NEST"
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