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toe xtihvq zur uouuiuu
All Fall and Winter
Suits eotd at big dis
count for cash, Be
sure and bring your
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvlllc's Fsrenost Clothiers.
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MAYaVlLLM, X7 ,
y. -.,' ' Mr. B. 0. Nash rotumod homo last
W B'ffhl from Chicago.
' Mr. Joo Oois rotumod to his homo in
Newport Friday morning.
Mrs. Bollo Rodgors of Chicago, is
hero tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. James
Egnow of East Third street.
Miss Isabollo Knight of Sharpsburg
is visiting Lor cousins, Misses Evelyn
and Mary Woodson Taulboo.
Mr. Pickett Jlclmcr of Paris spent
the day hero Sunday -with his mother,
Mrs. Louiso Ilelmer, of Wall street.
Mr. C. A. Slattory of the Arm of
Cougblin k Co., returned home last
night from French Lick Springs, lud.
Mrs. Charles Farrow and daughter,
Laura, have returned homo alter u
visit to her sister, Mrs. W. W. Scott,
of Milford, Ohio.
Mrs. Sudio Schauer and daughter,
Miss Alice, of Bellovuo, Pa., are guests
of the former's sisters, tho Misses
' Joergor, of West Second street.
Mr. A. M. Casey is at Lexington to
day attending the big agriculture fair.
Mrs. B. "W. Blackwell and children,
who are visiting relatives at Winches-
4a V -nS11 vnhivn Irnma nAvf ii'miL
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latest ffem .
Dr. S. Weir MitchoU diod at Phila
delphia. Crisis nearly on between Mexico and
tho United States.
It looks liko Beckham will havo a
walk-over for Senator.
A prosperous yoar for labor is pre
dicted by Secretary of Labor Wilson.
Dainago estimated at $300,000 was
doiio by fire in the business section of
Capt. Edwin F. Maddy, a woll-known
Ohio lUvor steamboat man, died at
Tho clubhouse of tho Chattanooga,
Golf and Country Club was destroyod
by fire. Loss $25,000.
-Express rates estimated to be 1.7
per cent, less than at present will be
put into effect February 1.
Hereafter air-craft will form a large
part of tho naval force of tho United
States, Secretary Daniels announces.
Tho Panama canal will be in condi
tion to pass vessels all tho way across
tho isthmus within the next seventy
One fireman was killed and four
others seriously injured when caught
under a falling -walling at Wheeling,
Fifteen persons, mostly women and
children, wore sorlously, injured whon
two crowded street cars coiuuca in
The conference of Ohio Progressives
refusod to indorse tho demands of the
Anti-Saloon League for sa nntlon-wido
, Owing to the rapid spread of pella
gra, Congress will be asked to provido
ior tho establishment in tho South of
a hospital and a laboratory.
.' .' ''.VU TTnIf1 T?nllrnn1-. which owns
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any oi tno can xrancisco Bireet pi
'lines, presented to 1,!587 employes life
insurance policies aggregating $i,8w,-
"Tptteph 13. T Burghard, of Louisville,
V-r-cudoreel and confessed touav-
JtrBBntoT W. Mcssmor with his
i "-Im, iu charged wjth
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4. OHUSOH NOTES.
Sunday School attendance January 4:
Forost Avonuo M. E 07
Second M. E. Church 81
Central Presbyterian 83
' Episcopal 22
First Christian 139
First Baptist 117
First Presbyterian 85
Third Street M. E 80
First M. E. Church South 71
The annual Tcports ' of tho various
departments of the Christian Church
will be given on" Wednesday evening,
January, 14th. Tho social fcaturo of
this service will bo in charge of tho
wlvos of the church officers and a few
other appointed ladles. This committee-
will have its first meeting following
tho Week of Prayer services which will
bo hold in the Christian Church Tues
day evening of this week.
Thoro was ono addition to tho church
The new lesson system being intro
duced into tho Bible School is meeting
Rov. Minor S. Clark of tho First M.
E. Church South preached at the Sec
ond M. E. Church South in tho morning
while tho Presiding Eldor, Dr. Mann,
fillod tho pulpit at tho First M. E.
Church and had communion services.
In tho evening Bov. Simpson of the
Second M. E. Church filled tho pulpit
in tho First M. E. Church and Presiding
Elder, Dr. Mann, preached in tho Sec
ond M. E. Church tfhd hold his last
quarterly conference on tho first round.
Thoro was ono addition to the Bap
tist Church yesterday.
Rev. J. M. Literal was able to fill
his pulpit Sunday morning after an
irritating attack of toniilitis. The Dis
trict Superintendent, the Rev. J. O.
Dover, preached at night.
At the Episcopal Church yesterday
tho Christmas music was repeated at
the morning service and at tho evening
service the work of the church iu
Alaska was given by pictures. Both
services wcro attended by large audi
ences. This is the Week of Prayer. Services
in all tho churches. Make your arrange
meats to attend some of these meetings.
Mr. Charles Hopper, Jr., left Satur
day for New York, after spending the
holidays with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Hopper.
AGED OHIO EDITOR DEAD.
Samuel Burwcll, retired newspaper
man and tho oldest editor in Ohio, died
at his homo in West Union, Ohlo; aged
For 50 years he conducted The West
WORK OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN
Last night Rector Fielding oxhibltod
another series of illustrated talks, show
ing what tho Protestant Episcopal
Church is doing for tho Indians, Es
quimaux and miners in Alaska. The
lantern slides wero vivid pictures of
conditions iu that cold wonderland of
Undo Sam's and showed tho heroic
work, patience and endurance of Bishop
Roe, who has accomplished such good
results in that great snow-bound coun
try. Next month's pictures will por
tray tho evangelistic work of tho
church in Japan.
Mr. William Dern was machine op'
crator last night.
BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT
Of the Christian Church Last Year
Shows That $017.02 Were Total
Report of tho Maysvillo Christian
Church Bible School for 1913:
Total collections $017.02
Paid out for Missions 337.00
Benevolent Literature 138.59
Sundries expense 84.80
Balance in hand $ 57.23
MRS. ROBERT LUMAN, Trcas.
MRS. C. R. APPLEGATE
Tells Mothers What JTo Do For Deli
"My little boy has been rather dell
cato for a long time. Ho was always
very palo and his ippotlto wns poor.
Several poopjo recommended 'Vinol.1
I gavo it to. him and he took it will
ingly, as tho tasto is delicious. In a
short timo I noticed a groat improve
ment in his appetite. Ho soon had
more color In his cheeks. Ho is now
well like other children and romps
about every aftcrnoou after school. I
am so happy with "what Vinol did for
my littlo boy, that I want every moth
er to know nbout it." Mrs. C. R. Ap
plegate, Dayton, Ohio,
This dollclous cod llvor and Iron prep
aration without oil is a wonderful body
builder and strength creator for both
young and'old. We promiso to give
back your monoy Jaovery suck catte
whoro Vinol vdoes hot- benefit. This
T c-ia "&.nzsrecarl
Ltxlngton has sold 11,153,000 pounds
of tobacco thlj season.
Tho Wisconsin ougonlcs law will be
attacked in, court early this" week, a
Mllwaukco nttornoy noting for n man
refusod a llconse, nnnounccd.
COEN DOESN'T PRODUCE
That Pellagra Infection probably re
sults from bad sowcrago wift a thoory
advanced in tho roport of tho Thomp-sou-McFnddon
EXTEND SCHOOL TERM
Eight Months School Every Yoar Fav-
ored By New Bill in Legislature.
Frankfort, Ky., January 3. Barks
dalo Hamlctt, Stato superintendent of
instruction, announced that ho will en
deavor to get through tho coming aos
slon of tho General Assembly a bill ox
tending tho school torm In rural dis
tricts from six to sovcu months In 1915
and to eight months in 1010 and there
after. Ho said ho did not look for
opposition to tho proposed measure.
DEMAND LONG SHEETS
AND CLEAN TOWELS
Travollng Men Want Legislature To
Make Country Hotels Ton
Frankfort. Travollng men 0' Ken
tucky will mnko a fight before the ses
sion of tho General Assembly for a
hotel inspection bill, requiring hotels
to obsorvo rules regarding the comfort
and health of their guests, as to change
of bed clothing, length of sheets condi
tion of towels, etc. This law Is most
urgently demanded by tho traveling
men, who mnko tho smaller towns,
where competition does not automatic
ally bring about reforms for the ben
efit of guests. Representatives of the
traveling men nro horo urging mem
bers of tho Legislature to vote for
UNSETTLED TODAY; TUESDAY
FAIR AND WARMER.
13.8 feet and falling.
Tho Courier came up from Cincinnati
this morning and is again making daily
Following aro this morning's quota
tlons on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens 10c
Hens and springers lie
Old roostors Cc.
Cincinnati, Jan. 3. Hog receipts
1945, steady; 5 cents higher; packers,
8.208.30; stags, $1.507.25. Cattlo
receipts 113; steady to strong; calves
quiet, $6.0011.00. Sheep receipts 44,
steady; lambs, steady.
Wheat 9899c; corn firm, 03
GG; oats steady, 4142o; ryo
m i ( 1 ii wj
The market Is considerable stronger and the
general average higher since the holidays.
Tobacco has brought more this week than at
any time since the market opened. We keep
an accurate record and know. YOU WILL 00
BEST BY SELLING ON THE MARKET. Don't
wait until the weather is bad and the market
over-crowded. Come on with what you have
ready and you will ro home satisfied. We
want the grower to get the high dollar and be
lieve the time has arrived to sell Take it to the
Where .most growers
Sold at Homf. December, 1912. . .
SoW at Ho -913, . .
Born, Sunday morning to the wlfo
of. Mr. George A. Hill, of Forert ave
nue, a daughter,
Tho earth and rock taken out of tho
Panama Canal would fill a tunnel 14
feet in diameter bored through tho
earth at tho equator.
That tho students of Asia aro eager
to take up tho study of Christianity
was tho declaration of Dr. John It.
Mott, chairmnn of tho Student Volun
TITANIC SUITS BEFORE SUPREME
Washington. Tho Supremo Court of
tho United States will begin its ses
sion today, its first mooting dny of the
year, with an nmount of work that
promises to mako a record for the en
suing twelvo months.
Ono of the most Interesting of theso
Involves the liability of tho owners of
tho ill-fated Titanic, which wont down
nftor striking an iceberg on April 14,
11)12. Tho owner of tho vessel, the
Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, a
British corporation, is scoklng to havo
its liability for tho $1,000,000 worth of
claims lodged agninst it for tho loss of
Ufa and property iu tho cntnstropho
limited under American law to tho val
uo of tho salvage, tho ficight and pas
scngcr fares received on tho trip, iu all
Our Colored Citizens.
Thoro will bo no meeting of Young's
Tcmplo S. M. T. this afternoon, but
next Monday afternoon instead.
MRS. SALLIE MARSHALL W. P.
To Close Out the
Of Gas Heaters
In town at cost. IC
you want stoves at
your own price coiuo
in and see them.
Maysville Natural Gas and
116 Sutton Street.
Two Cans Tree Ripened
California Yellow Free-jji
stone Peaches in Halves tt
J at the Low Price of Two jjj
I Cans for 25c, Cash Price. X
Head Lettuce, Ourley
Lettuce and Hweet Po
tatoes, Oranges, Ap
ples and Grape Fruit,
I J. C. Cablish & Bro. I
X MASONIC TEMPLE GRGOERS $
THE BUSINESS MEN
re full; aware ol tha ralua of good dreitlo f ai a
boiinen met. They regard will made, p.rleot
flttlnjr attire M much ol an eiieotlalai tha at
traotlTt qpallUet of a weil kept itore or oSoe.
Tht only queitlon li wholi ibe tailor who can
make thata tha moit iatlifaotery garment.?
There ean be no queitlon of doubt If you plaoo
yoar order with ui. Remember thli lithe only
tore In thli leotlon fhere you can buy Ed. V.
Price' mate to meamce oloth'i. Ste the new
browni we are ibowlng for 118 to 123, ibey are
repeaten. Rememberwe repair all oar dry oleac
work free of charge In a workmanlike manner,
C. F. McNAMARA.
OK Wait Front Street. MyTllle, Hy
sell their tobacco.
799,070 I inds
Will start on the
same basis as the
joined last week bys
making the back
sooner you join, the
less back payments
you will have to
ffieopiy s (gqhttmi
tht hcadlvtgt of "Itelj
tt'anteJ," "Loit" and "tfnuad," and nbt exctedMg
thrte Untt in length, are FJiK to alt.
"No irulnrm AdTtrUxuenU liucrted
It afivdSfrftall to come the firit time, tee invite a
many rrpnttUmtju are rtecxutfyt6 wcun what you
idrerttte for. !! uXtkadvcrtUerilo fett thatthel
re not tmjmlno on u. bf uting our free eolumm.
BVUdvtrttttrt MUST umiA copy, which can tt
Itflaithe ague r tent bf mail.
rag PVBtio LKnoFM,
2T0. 10 Sait Third Street.
WANTED To buy gas cooking stove
Phone Dunbar & Hughea' Produce
WANTED Situation, by a young Udjr
(uhlto) agq 18 years, whore thejr pay
good wages. Apply immediately at
317 Cherry street, UaysTlllo, Ky.
SALESMEN" WANTED $75.00 per
month and all expenses t begia. Ex
perience aob absolutely necessary'
Take orders from dealers for Cigar
ottos; Cigars; Si.j1T; Smoking and
Chewing tobaccos. PBNN C07,
PANY, Station O, New Tork. 2m-dli
FOR KENT G room cottages au
room flats, now, neat, sanitary,
bath, toilet, hot and cold water,
floor, tho acme of economy, com
and convonioncc. Excollont Iocs
Pourth and Plum streets. J
FOR SALE "VVoll improved farm c
acres with nover failing water, sit
ed on Kennedy's Creek. For f'
ulars seo JNO. COUQIILIN,- W
Pike, or John Jarvls on promi
FOR SALE Residence, seven
rooms, two balls, modern eq'
bath room, two porchctv gas,
electric lights, all in mfjtel rept?
05 f t.front, over 300 deep, good sta
and othor out buildings. T. G. G
tnoro. 813 East Second street. I
snection after Januixr 5. dec39
-f Jlll IHI nil I1" liilJpT !
LOST Five dollar bill Saturday, some
11 .llll l. Il l"
where on tho street between L. & Nj
dopot and Central Presbytoriai
Church. JJoward if returned to B. YVl
Blackwell, 215 Bridgo street.
LOST Child's gold bracelet by Ado'
laido Davidson on Now Year'b day.
Findor ploaso roturn to Ledgor office
and receivo roward.
LOST Silver cuff button, with initial
"O" engraved on same. PIoa-0 ro
turn to Kobert Owens, 19 West Tfcird
stroet and oblige. 2-6t
LOST A memorandum book at or near
Scott's Chapol. Tho name, J. E. Wood,
written in it. Tho finder may keep
money if ho will roturn to owner book
with papers and cards.
LOST Brass door koy. Please return
to Mrs. J. M. Biloy, West Third St.,
LOST Ono largo invalid chulr. Please
return to Mrs. Roborta tt. Barkley in
East Second street.
LOST Black Marabou muff. Suitablv
roward will bo paid if returned to
311 Markot street. 4
LOST Black and tan female fox hound
3 years old, 82 inches high. Ify
name on collar whtn lost, St. Otk.
Good reward. B. O. Orlasby, Tolles
LOST-Sunday tft'irnooi goli'brtstk,
light grssn tad vhiU ttonti. Thrio
rings linked. ttturn to NO Lints
stone strset and rsselv rstrord. Apna
LOST Brown muff on Second street
between Sutton and Market, at on
Market between Third and S'cond.
If found roturn to Mrs. Jos Crawford,
474 West Third stroet and get rfaward.
LOST A pair ttt glasses, 4mbl
lens. In Hunt's utcre or on thfc street,
lleturn to this olics.
LOST Gray; drirlng glere btwm
1 m a
lort lengths of all kinds
5c Duya yara-wiae lileachrd Muslin, worcb8Xo.
buys cnoico oi a lot ol
)88 Goods of nil kinda at greatly reducedprice.
S modish narrow skirts make it nnaaihlr (or vnn fn k...
several t pses for tho price of a
l.t 'job anu irimminga or all
w room-Bize urusaels
pairs uuriHins ann Bnort ienth 'u(rtain Unods oheaD.
Jill ana Z13 MARKET STREET. H
!. M. LANE
I have now 18 desirable lots and sev
eral houses for alli. TTU1 rent aad col
lect for any one, Will give strict atten-
ttoa t the m
plonsod te mf
whleh I havR
Phone 508. ''
l 9i remiuj or any
la ae. I will also bo
lmatos en firo losses,
U the fiatisfaetion of
'll? 13nal Qn.An Qf
v, good tho year
I; just th thing
to fill in!
at a loss lor
tolly and pic
om 25a to 82.
, 9 Man
, S. ELLIS, Agent.
iesapeake & Ohio
Sobednle effective Nov,
3S.19U. Subject to oh.QR
IHOp. m..8:rj p. m.,
9:K0a. m bVJt o. m.,
W. W. W1KOPC Aeent
The distineuishine air
r1n--i Plpntrio Slon olves
1 1 P
ment whicn gives a sign its greatest vaiue as an
advertising medium and investment. The im
pression it makes is good. It blazes forth to
the public that there is business enterprise,
merchandise and methods up-to-date. It af
fects the entire atmosphere of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live .town,"
and publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the Times.
mAysville GAS CO.
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We Are (Now Keady to;
Give You Our Service
To us serrice means this: To boll only
tho best merchandise to bo had; to givo
what you want when you want it; to
gladly rofnnd yonr money if we fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Schaffoor &
Marx Suit and Overcoat for tho price
you usually pay for tho inferior kind.
Our stock of Shoos, Hats, Shirts aud all
tho little accessories aro selocted with
great care, Oomo in and tost us out;
it's worth whilo.
J. WESLEY LEE,
I THE &00D CLOTHES MAN,
at groatly reduced price,
Dress Ginghams! worth lOo and
singo readyto-ear dress,
kinds very ctieap,
Kugs only $10 a rare bargain.
And so aro the contents.
You will find our Rye Whis
ky ae well as the rest of our
liquors fully bear our. all
our claims of excellence,
mildness, purity and fine
flavor. It is the best Whisky
distilled for positive purity
and healtbfulneis. It causes
no headaches, no bad after
effects. Try a bottle and you
will bo convinced of its great
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
ault. rinlNntlonal Rauk BhIIOId-,
Loeal and Look I Offloa No, (S5.
Dlitance pbonei f Keildenee No. 1S7.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
of quality which a First-
to a store is the ele
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SkmhI mi! Market Sfrtett.
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