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MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, OOTOBEB 3, 1912.
I love to hear the brook go by,
To hear the birds awake;
I lore to heir Ihe cook apply
The hammer to the steak.
O.' C. Hopper, Deputy Internal Revenue
"Igent, reports $11,457 at amount of Septem
ber collections at this point.
Last ovenlng Mr. A. P. Moyer and eon, Eirl
of Bracken county, were homeward bound in a
buggy and when near the C. and 0. Depot In
West Second street, they collided with
by a street can The occupants wore thrown
out and badly bruised while tho buggy was
25,000 rolls of Wallpaper
MUST GO below cost. Come
in. You have never had such
a bargain before.
CRANE & SHAFER.
young JZadt for Ofice Assistant
OHIO RIVER LUMBBK CO.,
In the Market For a
4 Then Our "New Peoria" Is What You Want
It has perlect working discs, fitted with dust prool chilled
bearings, single draw bars that will not gather trash, staggard
! spoke wheels with 7-inch hub and 3-inch tires, continuous rear
bar with truss rod to support seat ana keep drill lrom sagging,
direct pressure in loar of disc; a feature we claim will make
this drill work perfectly in any land suitable for sowing grain
and where other drills cannot be operated. A seat in center
of drill convenient to lever is also furnished. Drop in and let
us show you what this drill can do, and furnish you with tho
names of a score ol satisfied users. One feature of our drill
that puts it in a class by itself and makes it superior to all
other drills on the market is the ''Peoria Disc Shoe." You
won't find the disc shoe on any other press drill on earth, tho
-Peoria people have that feature cinched and they are going to
hang on to it. If you want to know why we can grow more
wheat to the acre after this drill than any other with tho same
amount of grain sown, come in and let us explain to you the
"New Peoria Disc Shoe Drill."
We Have Just Gotten
Pine Baling Wire
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
Formor French Soldior Dies,
Ur John Brlsbola.of tbia clty.received the aad
nevi of tbe death of his venerable father, Ur.
Joieph Drlibola, at hie home on Red Oak, back
of Ripley, Ohio, Saturday morning, and with
bis family left for tbe old homestead Boon
after the announcement was recoirod.
The Infirmities of old ace was tba cause of
Ur. Brisbola' death.
He was born In Alaace-LoraIne,France,ln the
1822, and was for a nnmber of years in tbe
Ur. Ilrlsbols came to this coantry ia 1855
and located on a farm ia Drown county,
fA, where he spent the remainder of his life. Ma
-was abarji working, economical mao;a man of
'good judgment and baslness acumen, which led
rthe accumulation of a Urge fortune.
p Ha was the father of eight children, tbreo
whom survive, namely, Mr. John Driabolt,
e of Hayavllle'a prominent and ioflaontlal
OLIVES OF ALL
Prices range from 10c a bottle
ksfctjUf. Come ia and Jet us show
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
GoTomment reports show tho steady
output of coal during tho last few
years has made tho dealers push for
wider markets, We aro going to get
nioro trade your trade by giving
you a greater value for your rnonoy,
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
Mitchell's Saloon on Market streot will got
the world's series games by inning;.
O-Gema from "Madamo Sherry," including
"Every Little Movement," Tbo Pditerfly" and
others. Victor record, 12 lochia ?1.
P. J. Murphy, the Jeweler.
in a Pull Stock of
business men; Ur. Den Brisbola of Indlana,and
Miss Cathorino Brisbola, who was his faithful
housekeeper after the mother passed to her
Tbe burial took place at Ripley yesterday
In tho Circuit Court yesterday Mr. Fred
Arn was granted a divorce from Agnes Arn.
Wornout machinery Is now being reclaimed
by logenlur applications of electric welding.
Turtle soup tonight at Frank Eitel's saloon
Yesterdsy Thomas L. Ewan &. Co sold for
theTruo heirs a farm containing 137 acres near
Orangeburg to Dr. A. 0. Taylor, Dr. W. U.
Ibrd and T. N Teager, purchase price private
John May, C. & 0 brakeman, whose home
la In Aabland, Ky,, while engaged at tba Wtst
End 0. & 0. yards, this city, fell Into tho aah-
pit and was considerably abakon up and brula
ed. He waa able to Ipave tbls morning for
bis home In Ashland.
ud. Our Olive trade is one ot our
you tbe biggest, beat lot you ever saw
Heinz9 s Cream of Pea Soup, '
Heinz9 s Celery Soup, I
Heinz's Tomato Soup.
FOR SALE AT 20c and 25c.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldrj.
For Repairing Your Roof
Get our Poplar Shingle, pries $3 r thousand, or our Cypres! Shingle, flce M21 per
thousand If you wunt a Composition root we have the exclusive aiteocy for the Na
tional Rubber and tbe National Sand Surface. Pries per sijuaro for th Rubber, 1-plv
11.10, 2 ply IMo. 3 ply II.TM the Sand Surfuce, 1 ply II 3b. 3 ply II 15, 3 ply SI 0.
This Is tno best composition roof we havo seen on tbo market.
r-r tit a iuint- nsir v vrrnv wo use the best material that can he bad.
FOR PLANING MILL WORK When you are next In tho inaiket call nml
Inspeot our stock aud you will leave your order.
THE MASm LUMBER .
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets.
Agonts for Doering Machinery.
A. A. McIjAUOHIiiN.
The Union Trust and Savings
Speaks to You
In a vory convincing series of advertise
ments now current in Tin: Punuc Ledger,
tho Union Trust Co. of Uayavlllo will advise
you and toll you how to invost your Idle money
In n perfectly legltlmato and safe mannor.
It Is a great thing to know that your savings
aro in good hands and that your money Is
drawing tbo highest rato of Interest compiti
ble with safety.
For further Information call on N. Sudduth
Calhoun, Secretary and Troasuror, Union
Trast and Savings Co., First National Uatik
W. H. DAVIS
Woll-Known Maysville Man Expires
After Long Illness at Sec
ond Street Homo
Mr. William Householder DtvL, tho well
known cittern and senior member of tho firm
of Davis Brothers, painters, died this morning
at 12:20 o'clock at his homo in East Second
street of rheumatism and a complication of
othor maladies, which made bis last diys and
nights poriods of much suffering.
Mr. Davis was a wldowor, bis wife, who was
Miss Cora Hicks, died rainy years agol and
he and his brother, Mr. Charles D. Davis, re
sided in their comfortable bomo in East Sec
ond street, near Commerce.
Deceased was a eon of tho late Joseph A.
Davis and Carrie L Davii and was noted for
bis Industry and geniality.
lie was ono of Masvlllo's first letter carriers,
one of the oldest members of the Amazon
Fire Company, an Elk, member of the DeKalb
Lodge of Oddfellows and a member of the
He waa born in Maysvlllo In tho borne
where he died, on August 14th, 18G0, and
was 52 years of age.
Tbo funeral will be held Thursday aftoroon
at 2 o'clock at his late borne, and the burial
will take place In the family lot in tbo Maye
Young Maysville Couplo Elopo
Winchester and Marry
Winchester, Ky., October 7ib. Cupid
was given a cruel blow temporarily In this
city today when Mr. William Martin, aged 19,
and M!ssFlorenceGlbsoD,hls 1G year-old sweet
hoartpboth of Maysvlllo, were refused marriage
license by tho county clerk.
Tonight, however, all thetr troubles wore
ended when Miss Gibson' father arrived from
Maysville and gave his consont to her mar
riage to Mr. Martin. The ceremony was
performed by tho Rev. William Cummlng nt
the residence of Mr;. J. W. hhmael at
Chief McCord received a telegram this morn
ing from the girl's father, who is a membor of
Mayavllle's police force, notifying him to be on
tbe lookoot for the couple. Mr. McCord ad
vised tbe county clerk of the message and
when the young folks arrived about noon, they
were taken In charge. Martin formerly lived
Tbo bride Is tho pretty alzteen.year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson ot
Weat Front street, and waa popular and a
general favorite with all who knew her. The
groom I4 a plumber by trade and ii a new
comer here, but li said to bo a very worthy
May their married life prove to b.a a bappy
OM h tba wU of all tbelr frlead aad ac-
r,. N. IIHIIAN.
POWER & DAULTON
MAYS IM,n. KY.
FAIll TODAY; WEDNESDAY
FAIR AND WARM Ell.
For sale Fancy veranda, apply to K.
Itoden, bead of Wall and Third streets
Yesterday being County Court day thoro
was a good sized crowd In' ton n. Thcro was
a rii(ht Bmart stock on tbe markot, such aa It
war, and swappiog and trading was brUk at
times. Market street was converted into a
trading ring which wa somewhat annoying to
lady pedestrians who had o:ca!on to pass
through the motley crowd occupying tbe side
walks, lluilness as a general thlog was good.
Rare Beauty in WINTER WAISTS
The season's beauty in garments has left its impression on waists and our showing displays the new
ideas in profusion. The best materials ai.d distinctive designs are bldnded in delightful variety. Appropriate
waists for all occasions for wear with smart tailored suits for theater, calling, shopping and church.
Our silks waists afford a wide range in taffetas, messalines and exquisite chiffons in a score of models;
some beautifully embroidered, black and colors. $2.98 to $6.50. Tailored waists of silk and cotton, soft
collar and cuffs $2.50- Embroidered Voile Waists $1,25.
12c GINGHAMS 10c
The best known brands Barnaby and Anderson in a broad assortment that includes every color com
bination. We've never offered a more splendid bargain in cotton dress goods.
: STYLE AND FIT ASSURED
We have eliminated the problem of fitting the "hard-to-fit." The system of special sizing solves the
question. If you are skeptical we will soon convince you. Suits and coats for stout, slender, short and tall.
Beautiful models. Some exact copies of imported designs. All at popular prices.
lass KcxjJsrrr'Q ieia-
Whilo addressing a political gathering at
Lakeville, Conn., Dr. G. II. Knight, candidato
for Coogress, dropped dead.
The crusade against saloobkeepers of Now
Orleans resulted In charges against fifty olght
"Every Little Garment Has
a Fit All Its Own!"
The pretty little Children's 'Dresses
we aro showing and selling are made for
style, fit and durability. Sizes range from
three years to seventeen years.
Prices, 50c to $7.
Made of percales, ginghams, galatea
cloth and wool serges. :
Ladies' House Dresses
Some special values at $1.25.
Fall Milllnory Opening, Wednesday, October
9th. Mis9 Bessib Weixs,
40 West Second streot.
Isaac Woodward's Will
A paper beating dato of August 24th, 1912,
and purporting to be tbo last will and testa,
ment of IsaaoWoodward, deceased, was pro
duced In Court and filed. Tho hand writing
of eald paper, together with, tbo signature of
tho testator, was proven by tbo testimony of
J. U. Dorrett and James D. Key, to be wholly
that of Bald Isaac Woodward, deceasod.
Whereupon said paper and date, Angust 2Ub,
1912, was adjudged to bo tho true last will
aad testament of satd Isaac Woodward, de
ceased, and was admitted to rocord os sucb.
Tho will was a vory short document. lie
leavos his property both real and personal to
his widow, Elizibotb V. Woodward.
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF 1912 AND 1913
In now ready for your inspection. All wo dosire to say in this "Ad." is, we have provided for the needs
ol the multitude. Splendid Wearing Suits for the economical, $7.50 to $10. For the more lavish dresser,
an excellent line of Suits, Pure Worsted, Blue Serges included, $12 to $15. For the young and woujd stay
young man an elegant line ol Suits, comprising tho newest colorings and fabrics made in Englis'., Semi
English and Norfolk models, $18 to $20.
Our College Brand Clothes are the acme of the highest art productions $22.50 to $28.50.
Stetson, Knox and Imperial Fall Hats in the latest shapes and colors.
Try on an Eagle Cap; they are very chic and will be very popular.
"Bovh School Suits at hi? reduction."
D. HECHINGER & CO.
J. Ft. Cain, teacher of violin, mandolin, banjo
and guitar has returned to Maysvlllo and
will be at bis etudio in tho Cox Duilding on
Wednesday and Saturday of each week.
Don't overload. It is a wise driver who
knows just how much bis team can pull
Dr. G. U. Williams, the dentist', has roraoved
from Court street to the fourth floor of the
First National Dank Duilding, where be has an
elegant suite overlooking the Ohio River.
Everything convenient and the best of light.
See card In today's LEDGER.
In their spare moments tennis
should make fine records swatting files.
For Sole Second-hand maple flooring, good
as new; also 3-inch pine and some heavy
timbers. Call on John A. Thomas at Amer
ican Tobacco Company.
Kentucky's Pure Food Law Requires
Drugs and Chemicals Should Be Kept Fresh
and Free From Any Adulterations.
Wo aro packing alt Our staple druRs in scaled boxes, willed na
na res you n strictly puro nncl frrsli product. Kpsoiu Halts, Itocliollo
Halts, Alum, urmcrlo, Cloves, Alspicc, Crenin Tartar, Pepper, Itorlo
Acid and many inoro too nnmcroiis to mention ni-a packed In scaled
cans. Tlii-y never leak and show up lino In your inedicino chest.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
Governor Marshall in an address declared
Roosevelt and Beverldge victims of self intoxi
cation. Carlisle has had three disastrous fires in the
past fifteen months, Involving $200,000 loss.
And It boasts of a fire department, too.
j0""Now is the tlmo to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Limestone street.
In tbe Police Court yesterday aftornoon
William and John Dolor, cousins, were ar
raigned on a charge of breach ot tbe peace.
They were assessed $6.90 each.
Neat Tailored "Royal" Waists
In madras and linene, white and col
ored, slightly imperfect, $1.
They are all the rage. 85c, 50c.
'Hydegrade" Galatea Cloth
If you buy this make you are safe.
Insist on seeing the name on the board.
Our Price 15c Yard.
Why not buy the best?
par-Hear Jamos Whltcomb Riley's "An Old
Sweetheart of Mlne,"and "LlttleOrphaatAnnie
In double face Victor records 75o at
P.J. Murmy, the Jewelers.
'Big Drugstore With
thB Little Prlwjr
&j ci( sniBWllii
Mnysvillo's Leading Clothing
The School Improvement Leaguoat Spring
dale will hold an oyster supper Thursday night.
Public cordially invited.
N'oar Lancaster, Ephriam LeavUji thrifty
colored man, has just sold his farm of 161
acres at $7G.25 per acre. .. .
Cost you nothing, but
litlnc you lots ot beauti
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