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PUBLIC
LEDGER
Brooms
We have them.
Let us
Phone 454.
fill your order.
LEADING RETAILERS,
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MAYSVIIiliB, KT., TUESDAY, AUGUST G, 191 'J,
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Maud ilnller on a summer's day
Wu posing ia a picture play.
She raVed the hy and Rot a drink
To glye the Judge, n fat old Kink.
And when tbo dally work waa dona
She bustled home at let of bud.
Sba hustled to her snag retreat
'Way up in Ninety-second street.
Maud's acting has a strong appeal;
You may hare saen her In a reel.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the first Daptlst
Church will meet Wednesday ovenlng at 7:30
o'clock with Mrs. Throckmorton at the St.
Charles Hotel.
Notice
i. As I will discontinue business August 1st, I
' wish to thank the public for their patronage
' and ask all persons owlne accounts to call and
settle immediately. Those having accounts
-against me present same for settlement,
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LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports Bhowthe steady
output ol coal during the laBt few
yenra has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We aro going to get
moro trndo your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
Von will nover get out of debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
PHONE 118.
JPV When neodlog dental work call onCartmell
One
Large
Roll-Top
Refrigerator
Suitable for hotel, fancy restaurant or country
homes. Will sell cheap. Call at
J. G. CABLISH'S GROCERY
No. 8 BAST THIRD STKKKT
COX llUILDINU,
A List of Low Prices ll'Zt,
lire. George Dontz of Maysllok Is very 111.
Henry Clsggett end Took Flail were ar
ralgned In 'Squire Rosser'a Court yesterday
for Bhootlng and stealing chickens. The
former was assessed $10.50 and the latter
held to the Grand Jury.
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SARDIS BANK QUITS
Lack of Businoss Givon as tlio
Cause of Closing of Stato Bank
Compare With Others
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When Your Tools
Need Grinding
II is but the work oi a minute to sharpen a
chisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Ktrtter Grindstone.
Made of very carefully selected Bcrea grit
mounted on an extra braced tubular frame that
never sways or "wabbles." Ball beanngs
and double tread make it run as easy as a
bicycle. With this grindstone and an outfit oi
Odo ply National Rubber Roofing (1.10 per square.
Two-ply National Rubber UooHdr IMVper square.
'I tirAfl.iilr National Rubber I'oodnir II 75 Der square.
A nood substantial Hard wood Floor at 12 per hundred,
Clear Red Cerar Shingles at 13 BO per thoumod
Front Door
Clear Red Cedar SMdkIoi, Cut Heavy, tl per thousand.
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possible prloes.
We hare luit received a new .took
or us llstln
Our Btiacil In Hill tinner will nnt nprniU
tbem wllb prlo i. You will bave to see them to apjireclate their value ut tbo lowest
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Incorporated.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Doorinrj Machinory. Maysvllle, Hy.
A. A. MoIjAUGHIjIN, Ij. N. HKHAN.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIU TODAY AND TOMOKItOW;
WARMER.
CITY COUNCIL
Woman's Club Takos Sanitary Movo
New Streets Gas In
Forest Avenue
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Tools amd Gutleay
vou are always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Keen Kutter Tools are tempered for lasting edges and once sharpened
stay sharp indefinitely.
For the home they are ideal, doing better work Willi less attention
than the ordinary nameless kinds.
ALSO, A
A LOT of FINE
BUGGIE!
V-eeo-
Mike Brown,
The Square Deal Man.
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GOING DOWN?
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'Maysvllle Lost Another One to
; Frankfort, 4 to 3, By Weil
man's Awful Throw
Frankfort Now Headod Fast
the Ponnant
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. Fkankfort, Ky., August 5th A bad throw
by Wellmao, which boaodad by tba fielder, per-
, rutttloe threa men to score, lost the game for
Maysvllle today, 4 to 3, after Weilman had
pitched the best game of his life nod had the
game woo bot for this unfortunate play.
Weilman waa miserably supported, espec
ially when men were on bsses, which was ael
.dom, as Weilman struck oat fifteen men,
striking out every man on tho team, and some
of them soveral times. He allowed bat foar
scattered hits.
Although Wellman'a pitching was superb,
too much praise cannot be given Wright for
the great game ho pitched. While hla slants
were not so'deceptlvo, be bad something on
the sphere that fooled tho Klvermen, and he
too allowed but four hits. It was a great
game, full of sensational playa, and for Uaji
tllle, soma bad onss. Doth pitchers were a
little 'wild, because they were unfortunate In
walking the first man up, nnd these gifts
turned Joto runs.
The score follows:
Struck Oat By Wright C, by Wollman 15.
Left on Dasea FranVfort 3, Uaysvllle 3.
Stolen Bases Lake, Nicholson, Stella. Time
of Game 2 houw. Umpire Franklin.
BASEBALL NOTES.
Double header with Paris this afternoon.
Game called at 2 o'clock.
Ty Cobb got but two hits Sunday: Bat
both were three-baggers sad won the game
for Detroit.
Pitcher Lelirelt of the UlnneapoIIs baseball
toam, pitched a no-hlt, no-ran game against
Toledo. It Is regarded as tho greatest base
ball feat of the American Association.
Nash'a "Never Snoata" will play Reed'a
"Has Beens" at tho old park Sunday morning.
The "Never Sweats" will endeavor to show
Reed'a bunch the fine points of tbo game.
' Maysvllle., .'..0 0 2 0 10 0 0 03
Frankfort . ,,.... ..0 3 0 0 10 0 0 z 4
Base on Balls -Off Weilman a, off Wright 4.
Jhe Loutflvllle Ilsarld has this to say of
Outfielder Shelton, formerly Manager of the
Uaysvllle Club: "Shelton is considered faster
than Cobb or Jackson. He bats right handed
but baa been timed to first In 3 2-5 seconds.
and has gone from tho plate to third, 270
Net, In 10 seconds."
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Today Is the lsst dsy for dlsoount for Aug
ust lat gaa bills.
, Results of tho Primary
Among the good resulta of the late primary
election was the victory of the Uaysllok Con
solidated School District people in winning a
determined fight on tho transportation wagon
question by 82 votes.
At Washington the special tax to liquidate
Indebtodnesa on new school building also
carried.
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Council mot In regular session Monday n Ight
Mayor Lee In the chair.
The Mayor reported that ho had collected
during tho past month $4H2 for licenses
Issued.
Tho report of tho Police Judgo waa aa fol
lows: Klnpspald 3S 41
Worked out Ut 40
Working out Mfl 0
Total ..HU 71
The Wharf master reported Jiet collections for
the past month $43.00.
Tho report of the City Treasurer totals as
below:
lialutice 4,200 70
Hiwlpls 1.3S9 77
Total . b.1M 47
Eipcudlturcs 0.723 Bd
Overdrawn t 1,187 3a
The report of the Claims and Accounts
Committee woa as follows:
Alms and Almsliouv $ 208 97
Internal Improvements 74t 23
Gns and electricity.) C59 85
Hoarding nnd Kuanllng urlsouers. 170 60
Flro Department 298 2.1
Pul.llo Lllirary W 00
MUcellanenus 1,183 97
Total ..13.313 73
Tho White School Fund tho past month re
ceived $222.
Tho following permits were granted:
Joe Caproni, email stable, metal sldo and
roof; private alley, Second Ward.
Lewis Cobb, four-room cottage and outbuild
ings, metal roof; Broadway, Sixth Ward.
Elsie Shackleford, coalhouse and outhonse,
composition roof; Fourth street, Fourth Ward.
Chief Hite reported that during the month
of July the Fire Department answered two
alarms of fire. Damages small,
The following bills, leftover from last meet
ing, were allowed: Washington Opera-house,
$100; Maysvllle Water Company, $152.37.
A communication from the Woman'n Civic
Club waa read, calllog attention to needed san
itary betterments, such as providing waste cans
as receptacles for garbage and removal of
aamo from premises, cutting of weeds, clean
ing up of the river bank between Market and
Wall streets, now used as a dumping place for
all manner of offal, and many other practical
and timely suggestions The matter waa re
ferred to the Laws and Ordinances Committee
to provide an ordinance governing asme.
James Mackoy, back tax collector, reported
settlement with C. C. Hopper for five years'
taxes on shoe factory.
The matter of sewer leading from Samuel
Chunn'a property In Bank and Second streets
was placed In tho hands of the Intornal Im
provement Committee with power to act.
Captain Horace Cochran appeared beforo
Conncil In matters pertaining to extension of
gas mains In Forest avenue. Council granted
the privilege of extending gaa mains In atreela
over which the city has control.
The macadamlzlog of Elizabeth stroet be
tween Union and Wood Btreota was placed In
the hands (f the Internal Improvement Com
mittee, with instructions to confer with to
bacco warehouse owners, the city to give not
exceeding $300, providing the other parties
make up the balance needed In the completion
of the street.
Under suspension of the rules a "bull dog'
ordinance was passed and adopted asking It
unlawful for such animals to run at large an
monled under penalty of a $5 fine.
Tba Chairman of the Ways and Means Com
mltteewM anlhorfwd to borrow "$4,600 'or
current expenses.
Mrs. Ellis was placed on the pension lUfat
$4 per taoath. ''-
"Noiklag tartsar Council tdjottraa J.
Rugglos Camp Meeting clojod last Sunday
and the 1912 gathering was one of the most
successful ever bald.
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Thlevory
Your many petty thefts may be overlooked,
bat return that effico chair that no questions
be asked. Otherwise, coma agslo and may
God have mercy on your mlserablo soul.
A. G. BnowNiNG,
Third and Sutton street.
The Bank of Sardis, this county, went Into
voluntary liquidation last Saturday whon the
concern quit business.
This dank was organlzid about six years
ago and at ono time it seemed to bo In a
prosperous condition, bat business kept drop
ping off until continuing meant a regular loss
to tho stockholders; hence tho doors are
closed permanently, making one'.less bank In
Ussoo county.
HenrrB Honchens was Cashier.
A Fractional Voto
Thero was no interest In the Primary elec
tion In tbo county Saturday owing to tbo fact
that the candldatoy had no opposition. The
result wss as follows
For Congress Fields, Democrst, 4G2;
Bailey, Republican, 154.
County Clerk Owens, Democrat, 4G4.
Magistrate Rosser, 8G.
Big Crowd In Town
County Court Dsy drew a big crowd to the
city yesterdsy. Market street waa given over
to the cattlo and hone traders and a Socialist
stump orator. Between the two attractions
the city's mBta thoroughfare presented an
animated appearanco and was crowded with
eight-seers all day. Business was brisk
throughout the city, oar merchants reporting a
good sales day.
Talcum Powders!
Hero aro ft fow or our moat popular D minis:
10c Freeman's, Wondaldo Violet and Valley Violet.
15o Colgate's, Williams', Graves'. Wllbcrt's Carnation, Iiotus',
Meadow Violet, Caahmcro Itouriuot and Colgate's Dactylls.
20c Wllliort's Violet, largo.
25c Wllbort's Violet In pound cans, Klvcrls', Jolmaon & John
son's Nursery Violet, extra largo; Palmer's, Colgate's, Monad Violet,
Ilobson's Antl'Skectcr and Wllbcrt's Queen Quality.
M. F. WILLIAMS & GO
"Bin Drunstoro With
n tho Little Pr co.
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THE PASTIME
TONIGHT ONLY
THE LITTLE RANGER
II 100.$
BREAD CAST UPON THE WATERS
Oflil. ,
THE GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER
Krlnlr.
Sptclal Prldav, matinee and night,
1 hot LIU utlirr Girls, featuring
I' ortnoe Lftw:ence.
OUR CLEARING SALE
Will be loni; remembered by those who tako advantage of it. On all of our Light Colored n
Light veight Suits the cuts are deeper than ever. We want to sell tho last 8uit in Block. Profits, ev
reasonable losses are not considered. "Turning them into ready cash is what wo aro after." Tako
glance nt tho kind of 8uits we show in our clothing window at $10.50. Many of them are worth .twcie t
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Our entire lines of Frill
coming seasons' styleB.
Bhoes are now ready for your inspection. Now get acquainted with
D. HECHINGBR & CO.
rVTaysvillo's Leading Clothing
Shoe Shop.
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A Prized Memento
lir. James Augustus Wallace la the posses
sor of a sliver dollar which be prizes very
highly. Tils namesake, the late Colonel Au
ruUus C. Simmons, presented the coin to Mr.
Wallace, August 17th, 1853, with tho Injunc
tion that It be kept as a keepsake Though
more than a half century has gone by the
dollar has been retained as n mement of Mr.
Wallace's bsbybood days and In deference to
to the wishes of the donor.
Misses Marguerite and Mary Downing have
returned from Lako Chautauqus, Buffalo and
Niagara Falls.
Miss Alvloa Nordlohno of Ft. Thomas,. Ky.,
Is the charming guest of Miss Carrie Lehman
of West Third street.
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ITEMS of INTE
RES
Ivory Belt Pins 25c. For the back of high waist
skirts.
Sterling Silver Rings with handsome matrix sot,
only 25c.
Children's pretty Gold Bracelets for 50c and $f.
Dainty Gold Neckchains with pretty jewelled
pendant only 50c, an attractive finish for the Dutch
neck waist.
Ivory Fans with linger ring or neck chain. A neat,
convenient size. 50c.
Mexican Drawn-work Counterpanes 72x84 inches
with pillow shams one yard square to match, all lor the
small sum of $2
Drawn-work Bedspreads, 2 by iy2 yards.
patterns, $1.98.
Stand Covers and Luncheon Cloths
work, sizes 27 in. to i yds., 25c, 50c, 75c.
i-zresser turn vv ubiisiauu owns )- oJi-. a
Beautiful new 27 in. Swiss Flouncing with"
Irish insets, 75c, $1, $i yd. Some flouncings ha
embroidered rurlte attached to the edge with a
herring-bone stitch,
Cream or white ratine instertion $1 yd.
Cream or white Cluny insertion' in two handsomes
qualities, $1, $) yd.
Advance fall models of blue or black serge sepa
rate skirts just received from New York. Popular
prices, $3.98, $5.90, 6.50.
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3rNow la the lima to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
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New Bank Diroctor
Mr. Edward P. Drowning succoeda Mr. Dsn
iel Perrlne as a diiector in the First National
Dank.
Mr. W. R. Taylor of Miami, Oklohoma, was
the guest of Mr. Charles fluff of the East End
Monday.
Ez-Councllman John T. Short of tho Fourth
Ward, who has been quite ill for several weeks'
Is somewhat Improved.
p9Smoko Maaonlan and La Tosca, G cents
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orr of Walnut street
are homo after a visit to Mammoth Cave and
other points In Kentucky, They were accom
panied home by Miss Frances Jamison of Cyn-thlana.
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C. C. CALUOUN.
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THE BIG SALE
A good White Pique Skirt 98c.
A good "Royal" Shirtwaist 98c.
New Norfolk Waists $1.49.
50c Corsets 39c.
$1 Shirts 50c.
x 1 2 Rugs $9,98.
$1.25 Embroidered Waists 49c.
3-
8 White and Colored Dresses $3.98.
All Suits go at one-half price.
Men's Tan Working Shoes $1.49.
One lot Ladies' Oxfords $1, worth
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worth
One lot of Children's Sandals $1
$2.25.
One lot of Velvet Pumps $1.98, worth $3.
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