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W r 1BBBBW ' , . -i.' f . r.um K-rj'V fci, ft" .A . 4x .iV jlljl p3 tiA'.; rc-ic.'.ir'j "&" V"." 8 PUBLI wi LEDGER - -; . JF. OtJUfcAJV, Xdltor and thwnr, . Mr. William GateB of Wall street u fitted 'Wt in, a policeman's uniform at Georga H. ' Fraak & Co.'i tbla morning. 1 i i ThoKentncky Dairy Cattlo Club and tha X&ntucky Jeraoy Cattlo Clab will hold a joint OBventlon at Lexington March 12th and 13th. f ' '. . Mr. and Mra. Frederick Adams celebrated their, filteontb wedding anniversary yesterday ,at their hospitable homo In the county. Quite a number of friends from this city attended the happy occasion. . i Washington City's correspondent in Sun 'day'a Courier-Journal: "Miss Armstrong of Maynville, ' a bright young pupil at Bristol School, was a guest at a recent White Iloune reception." Miss Armstrong Is the daughter of Mrs. Belle Armstrong of Flamingsburg and a sister of Mrs. J. Barbour Russell of this city. . --- ' Cloudy today; rain Tuesday and coldov. Last two storms affected the widest railroad area ou record. May wheat sold for more than $1.16 in the Chicago grain market. THK T.EDGEK lends In of the people SpriugHkQ7eaterdHy m i Former Vice-President Sto veuson is critically ill at Bloom ington, 111. Mora than 31,000 men will march iu the inaugural parade March 4th. I ii in m m i-i.ni..w Governor Willson has fixed Friday, tho 9th day of April, for the hanging of William Car ter, the Louisville Negro, who is under sentence of death. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 21st. With an ear-splitting yell, an uuidoutilied India n of the Navajoo Tribe ran amuck to night in the Grand Central Depot, and before be could be restrained had fatally stabbed Mrs. Anna Devord of Hunt- iugton, W. Va., and Max Meyers of Cincinnati, and seriously wounded Joseph W. Gordon of Cambridge, 111. The Indian had alighted from a Chesapeake and Ohio train with four other Indians. I 11 E1-JL'V- ! MP 2 ME 203! K IRK IRK'S! -THE ONE PRICE STORE,- Where You Buv thu BEST ROOFING on the Market For the Least Money. m See Our New OLIVER CULTIVATOR Xiic antrst Improvement, a u?ivyear-olrt clillcl can work It. See Our New Fairbanks & Morse GASOLINE ENGINE Jack of all Trade, from S H. P. up. See Our New ACETYLENE GAS PLANT Just the thing for an ideal country home. Simplest and cheapest money can buy. .-Jit THE STATE NATIONAL BANK MAYSVILLE, KY. Capital 5100,000 Surplus and Profits .... .$30,000 Designated Depository for the U. S. Treasury, State of Kentucky and Mason County. SOLICITS A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS. Conservative. Courteous. Safe. The Washington Theater ! TONTGH 77 Mme. Caroline Rieder Bohmer Soprano Miss Mary Den ni son Galley Violiniste. Miss Gladys Shailer Pl&nlste. Admission 50cf 35c and 25c. Stats At Williams' Drugstore Friday morning. WJohn W. Vogel's Big City tijfi Fifty Shirnora will be initi ated at Lexington today. Thirty-two roads second week February show average gross incrcaso of 13. G. Tho Brownsville affair will again occupy tho attention of tho Sonata tomorrow. French exporters aro greatly alarmed at the possibility of a Tariff war with America. Over 50 of tho rural free delivery mail routes to be es tablished in 1900 will bo in tho South, whero the demand for the service has grown rapidly. The iSub-Committeo of the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to recommend a report finding that President Roose velt acted without authority in connection with the Steel Trust absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company. Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 21st. Stewart Dougla9 Robinson, 19-year-old nephew of President Roosevelt, and Sophomore of Harvard, fell from a six-story window of Hampton Hall, a dormitory on Massachusetts avenue, today and was killed. He was a son of Douglas Robinson. JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Which Is Better Try an Experiment or I'rolic by u Majavillc Citizen's Experience. Something Dew is 3D experiment. Most be proved to ba as represented. The statement of a manufacturer is Dot con vincing proof of merit. Bat the endorsement of frieeds if. Now supposing you bad a bad back. A Lame, Weak or Aching one, Would you experiment on it? Yon will read of many so-called cures, Endorsed by strangers from far-away places. It's different when he endorsement comes from home. Easy to prove local testimony. Home endorsement is the proof that backs every box of Doan's Kidney Pills. Read this cats: J. M. Lloyd, farmer, R. F. D. No. 5, Mays. ville, Ky., says: "I am only too pleased to tell of my ex perience with Doan's Kidney Pills and 'hope that it will be the means of helping some other sufferers from kidney trouble in finding relief. About fire jears ago my kidneys suddenly be came disordered and for several months I was bothered by constant, dull pains across my loins. When I stooped or lifted, sharp twinges shot through my body and caused the most in tense suffering. I at length heard of Lloan's Kidney Pills, procured a box at J. J. Wood &. Son's Drugstore and began using them. Thoy effected a complete cure, and sicca then I have not bad backache or any other symptom of kidney trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price GO cents. Footer-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. , Remember the name Doan's and take no other. TRY A PAIR OF OUR WORK SHOES They are made of first class mate rial and by expe rienced workmen They are the kind that wear well and are satisfac- tory to the JJ J. HENRY " TO CURE ANY DISKAtK. !Mm Cawce Mail lie Remove, Mm 1 - waj nun innaniBi ' Klli iho Korrn thnt causes dandruff,. railing ha!r,nnd baldness, you vtlll ha,vo no rnpro dandruff, and your hair rauat grow luxuriantly. Nowbro'a 'Horplcido not only contains tho dandruff germ destroyer, bus It Is also a most delight ful hair dressing for regular tollot use. No other hnlr preparation Is on this eclentino basis of dostoylng tho dandruff germs. It stops all irritation, keeps thj calp sweet, puro and wholcsomo. Re member that something claimed to bo "Just ns good," will not do tho work of genuino Herplcldo. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for sam ple to Tho Herplcldo Co., Detroit, MlcK. TWO SIZES-50C, and $1,00 J. JAMES WOOD & SON, Special Agonts. J. Il. Dickinson of Tennes see will be Secretary of War iu the Tuft Cnbinot. PECOR Januarv lie u res show tide of immigration is turning toward this country again. Last engagement of $700,000 gold for Argentine makes total of $9,350,000 since January 1st, Dun's Ilevicw says progress towards revival of trade is slow especially in iron, copper and coal. i i Tho 177th anniversity of the birth of George Washington is being celebrated today through out the entire world. Tho Vanguard, England's seventh vessel of the Dread nought class, is to launched at Barrow today. The,"iusurgents"of tho House of Representatives have practi cally won their fight for an amendment of the Houe rules?. The headless statue of Henry Clay at Lexington is to bo re paired, and bids have be,en asked to replace the head on statue. Bradstreet's says reports of trade and industry are irregu lar, and as a whole the volume of business is still below expec tations. . The West Virginia Senate voted down the proposition to submit to the voters of the State a prohibition amendmont to the Constitution. The statement was made iu Wall street Saturday that the price of steel rails has been cut to $25 per ton, which is $3 be low the official price. in m Au X-ray examination failed to show a bulletin the shoulder of Robin Cooper, charged with being a principal iu tho killing of former Senator Carmack. Tomorrow is tho date fixed for beginning the retrial in Chi cago of tho rebate case against tho Standard Oil Company of Indiana. This is the case in which Judge Landis' fine of $29,240,000 was reversed by the Appellate Court. President-elect Taft will de liver tho oration at the Wash ington Birthday celebration by tho University of Pennsylvania, In tho evening he will be tho guest cf honor at tho annual dinner .of the Unjversity,. of Pennsylvania AumhiV Assoc!-. bbbbhb'''V : "ii mmaeamm. BUSY OPENING Spring Goods Corao and aeo them. New Mattings, now Oarpete, new Draperies, now White Goods, new Laces and Hamburga. Itompmhcr, n beautiful prosont with a $5 purchnao. OrJcXlALu SATURDAY. SO pieces Hnmlmrjr, Bo quality, our price Bo. 20 pieces Hamburg, inequality, onr prlco 10c. 120 pieces Jlnml)ur, iiOo quality, our prlco lUKo. Iittdiefl' Petticoats, in blnok nnd colors, reduced -from 8O0 to 40u. 5 dor.en Ijn dies' fine Ilrnthcrblnnm Petticoats, in black and colort), reduced from $U to St. OO; Hco.thom, j New l'crcnic?. yard wide, vitn uorucr, only 10c. New WftlHts. beautiful ntjlrs, long sleeves, all sizes, O8o anil $ 1,25, regular 32 values. P. 8. 20 pieces beavy yard-wide Muslin Co. Starchlcss hleaalied fie. IjAtfira' fine SIioph nnlv l)Hn and S1.2ri. Mom'h ironri quality Shoes $1.25 and $1.40. Men's fine Drees Shirts 40c. 1004 pieces line Dress Glnnlianiw, In wtrlpoa and solid colors, only Bo. New York Store. S. STRAUS, Proprietor. I ii i it? IF I Iff W Iff JU ii. a. iu iu iU FURNITURE Investigate the unequaled values we are offering in . ail departments. You'll be delighted with the complete.) neosof the assortment, the beauty of the styles and pat terns, but you can't begin to appreciate our Furniture from the advertisements; SEE THE STOCK FOR YOURSELF We lead all in Quality, Quantity and Low l'ricos. jflgTGASH 0B CBEDIT-Mlfc We are now carrying the new Duostyle Dining Ta ble, which is constructed ol the most beautifully graine'd quartered oak and is very highly polished, a sample of which may be found in our West Window. BRISBOIS & D1ENER PROPRIETORS, West Second Street. 1 ' 1 3331 ft iii iSl HMMbMHMMBlMMMM. fan - I ., .ii., fra - , I Princess Rink. Tho only enjoyment in Maysvlllo. Change up-to-date moving pictures every nignt., Open every afternoon and night. GENERAL ADMISSION Afternoon Session, Including Skates, ... 15 Cents Night, ... 10 Cents Skates ... 15 Cents The PeDDsylranla Oil and Gas Company, with a capitalization of $500,000, began drill ing at a point tbree miles back of Louisa Tuesday morning. The work la being done by a competent force of men' under the personal supirvislon of C. A Smith of Pittsburgh, an ex pert oil and gaa man. It Is believed that an oil and gaa flow will bo struck iu paying quantities. , IV. F. POWER win Sell You StOWBS Uelow Trice OI anyottrr bouie In Mayivllle. Come and see stock. ART SHOP Cpppinl "Waist on Solsotte. vrhh Or CUIM t. embroidery floss to yoa4c, 1. Corset Covers on linen, with floss, to work, 91. Unman and Filo SlUcs. WASIMNOTON Ol'KHA-IIOCSK I1UILDING. M. F. C0UGHL1N k CO, FOR FINE LIVERY TURNOUTS UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING, LovePs Specials Till weekljun going pC CDCPIAI to glvo tho trade it lit OrCUIHI. SPOTf GASH ONLY 2 Cans Standard Blackberries 15 cents 2 Cans Standard Raspberries 15 cents, 2 Cans Standard Gooseberries .15 cents 2 Cans Standard Strawberries .15 cents - 2 Cans Standard Pie Peaches 15 cents ., 2 Cans Standard Apples , 15 cents 2 Cans Standard Pumpkin 15 cents - All rejcuUr lOo goods. And again thta week 1 am going to sell 2 Cons Best Tomatoes 15 centit 2 Cans Pride of Bloomington Cum 15 CMtsV 1 Gallon Fancy New Crop Molasses ..... 48 ceats ' Persona wbo may want to take advantage of these exceptionally How prices and la in a. supply will be privileged to hay as roach as tbejr may want at pirloea named. ' ' ALSO THIS WEEK Persona who purohase.as.rauuiifcaSPvWorthof the .MboveBame4. Caaaeel Goods. at one time will beritltlel to one as-pound sack:, of llavacH oyer's Oraaulated Sugar for one doJJar and twentf-nvo cents, ONLY FiVK CKNTS Biin iinnun ' FJBItPODND, K. B. MOItG IO CONE, inVFT jLvr n ujmu Tte teadingGroccr fWooicsjPKeiis fi M mUhstreHs March Istl909.