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'TWfo'Oll would bo Kppy ns lirothors,
And a boautlful V'orld this would bo,
'. IInl it merely hopithctt that others
-V i. V"Woro only as porAyct ns wo.
'i' January Woman WTomo Companion.
Massachusetts in 1013 grow cranbor
riea valued at $l,002,2rtfi.
DO YOU OWE FOE T3EE1 LBDOBB7
Tb beginning of a now year Is at
bond and It is necessary to collect all
Th Government roauirci its to colloct
these accounts or else droptbe aatnea
from our list.
The Ledger has been von lenient In
thia rogard and a prompt mponsa to
thl notification is axpectfld. Ifo it now.
Entire Floor Average $14
Rupgles Bros., Cr
Dickson & Calvert
Calvert & Hopper,
Yon know where
Third and Lexington Strep
'xVitxsvv decide what would (ire the mast pleasure to
S 1 the persan you want to please. Here aro
' I 1 values wqrth immediate attention.
Tickets given on the Diamond King and Lady's Gold Watch.
P. J. MURPHY,
THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP I
AWAV-t A rKATIJKK,
Popular Prices, 5c tP 1 0c
PAYING THE PENALTY FOE
In the January Woman's Homo Com
panion appears a page of Interesting
lotters from readors on which a Minna-sotii-woraan
makes tho following com
ment on tho prosont fashions for
"There is so much talk nowadays
Piedmont Quality means
Highest Quality Unchang
Year after year the same
ripe, mellow tobacco, tho
same perfect workmanship,
the same pleasure and satis
faction. Imitators have despaired of
ever equalling Piedmont
Quality. Whole coupon in
! m x .
DON'T DELAY GETTING
Solution For Your
A very small expenditure for, this
solution will save you a very large ex
pense for frozen radiators and cylinders.
See us at once, as we have just gotten in
a barrel and it will go fast J
-t ' t
$10,000,000 for tholr 1013 crop.
JdOBAL: DON'T SLAB.
Tho greatest sin 'twixt heaven nnd'
hell, is first to kiss, and then to toll.
GIRLS WAY WRESTLE
Michigan Oollogo Forbids New Dancou,
But Approves Half Nelsons, Eta,
foe tho Co-ods.
Ianslug, Mich. Co-ods of Ollvot col
logo who have been denied tho privilogo
of dancing tho tango aro loarn'ng to
wrcstlo in tho solitudo of tho girls'
gymnasium. Miss Kceso, director of
women's athletics, snys that wrestling
provides oxccllent oxorciso for women
nnd should bo taught in all girls'
Hammerlocks, half-nelsons, full-nelsons,
scissors, nnd too holds aro terms
with which tho girls aro bocoming fa-
Colorado bectgrowors meltoU about
. No rejections or honao purchases
Average 910 4U
omo lor the high prices.
SHOP EARLY mV
This is -specially true when buying
Diamond, Watches and Jewelry, II you
come ftare today,' for instance, you cub
make vcur selection from a perfectly fresh
about ';trocious fashions,.' when in
reality wlmiau's clothing vas never
more hygionic and comfortable. Tho
low-heeled shoe, tho corsetloss flguro,
tho one-ilece dross, which roquiros
ouly a union suit nnd princess slip be
neath it if wo porsist in thoso fashions
our grandchildron will reap tho bouofit.
Wo, who an paying tho penalty for
ur.indinother'f oinhtoon-inch waist
fuuht to reimVo in our froedom nnd
oo.tl..n l l.witl frnn "
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The Cigarette of
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. ,A,OQpD JIELD FQR OBOAJf
Down at Muses' Chapel on tho his
toric Qutck'a Bun in this county, thoy
havo boon experiencing oxtrnordlnary
hard times in keeping an organist in
that congregation. Tho trouble is that
tho mnrrlngeablo young men aro lovors
of ground out musio from an organ, and
a new organist, as soon ns sho shows
any ability, immodlatoly receives and
accepts a matrimonial proposal. Insldo
of tho last throo years tho organ has
boon dosortod for a man sovon times,
and now all tho old maids in tho com
munity aro studying and nro having
sharp competition for the position of
church tono feeder for tho choir.
BILL TO CHANGE LAW AS TO
Frankfort. Text book bills hnve
over been tho signal for a scrap in tho
Kontucky Qoncrnl Assembly, and tho
ono which will bo introduced at this
year's session probably will bo no ex
ception. Slnco 1000 tho State adoption
has boon in vogue, tho county boards
voting and tho action of a majority of
thorn settling tho question of text books
in all tho rurnl schools of tho State.
Tho law has been amended, providing
for county adoption, but it has never
been put in practice, as tho last Stato
contract does not oxplro until this year.
A bill will bo introduced to chango back
to tho old Stato adoption system with
some modifications, nnd school men as
woll as book concerns are showing ac
tive Interest in tho situation.
BAD BILLS CIRCULATED
Counterfeit $10 and $20 Notes
Two well-executed counterfeit gold
certificates are now making the rounds
somewhero in tho Southern States.
Tho two notes, ono for $10 and tho
othor for $20, havo been mado by tho
photo-mechanical process on two thin
shoots of paper joinod with silken
threads botweon them to givo an ap-
I pcaranco of genuineness
FUN! FUW1 FUN! "The Country Store" Sfltt,, "
SSS'SlSiY "The Qmlity of Mercy" SjaSg,wrirt
OUR PUBLIC SERVANTS
Complete List of City, County and Stato
Officials For MaysviUo and Mason
County. With Dates tho Var
ious Courts Convene.
Following aro tho names of city;
county, and stato officials for Masou
County, hold overs and nowly eloctcd,
who began tholr duties January 1st:
Congressman W. J. Fields.
Stato Senator S. L. Ilagby.
Representative Stanloy F. Reed.
Circuit Judge C. D. Nowoll.
Commonwealth Attornoy M, J. Hon.
Circuit Clerk James B. Key.
Couuty judge W. II. Rico.
County Attornoy Thos. D. Slattcry-
County Clerk J. J. Owens.
County Supt. of Schools Jesslo O.
Sheriff John II. Clark.
Deputlos Miko Brown, O. W. Lay
cock. County Jailer John W. Eitel.
County Coroner Charles W. Slack.
County Assessor W. L. Woodward.
WHEN THE COURTS MEET.
Hon. Charlos D. Nowoll, Circuit
Judge, Nlnotoonth Judicial Pistrict,
composed of Mason, Fleming and
Bracken Counties. Mason Circuit Court
convenes in Maysvillo on tho first Mon
day in Soptembor nnd December and
the fourth Monday in March.
Hon. W. II. Rico, Judgo Mason Coun
ty Court. Court is hold tho first Mon
day in each month. Quartorly Court
on the Second Monday in each month.
Magistrate's Courts meet on tho
third Monday in each month.
Constablo James McNamara.
Magistrate Fred Drossol.
Constable John M. Cole.
Magistrate W. II. Moore.
Constable W. C. Osborno.
Magistrate Charles Walllngford.
Constable William Wolls.
Magistrate W. B. Lano,
Constablo W. C. Qoggln.
Mngi8tr4uV-W. H. Collins.
oustnblo-w. O, Manly.
agiatrato-VD. Ed. Bullock.
ilagistrato vf. H. Holliday.
(IXnstablo ClttVcnco , Calvert.
County Board of Education.
IF, Boyd Minerva.
Kennard-VB. K. No. 2.
n Pyjos R. Jl. No. 2.
lubenacker tt. B. No. 2.
Owens North Fork.
t Bullook K,.No. 2.
pmty ebl Skmbumo.
0. Yawey, Suptr l liopls
SWINDLE!! GET $129,000,100
In Mails Enormous Amount of Money
Filched From Unsuspecting
Washington. Tho loss of $120,000,
000 In two years by tho unsuspecting
public through swindling operations'
carried on by tho u.o of tho United
States mails havo stirred the postal au
thorities to a drastic campaign against
fraudulont schemers. Wholesale uso of
tho government's rignt to deny tho
mnlllng provlligcs to persons or firms
whoso operations may bo taintod with
"got-rlch-qulck" and other fnlso prom
ises, is the wenpon to bo employed.
An effort to stop this swindling by
rollanco upon tho criminal courts has
proved Ineffective according to W. It
Lamar, Assistant Attorney General for
tho rostoffleo Deportment, whose In
ternational report was mado public.
Mr. Lnmar points out that a fraud
order immediately cuts off tho source
of supply of funds upon which tho
Hchomo largely doponds for its con
tinuance and puts many prospective
victims on tholr guard by reason of
tho return to them of tholr letters tt
such concerns plainly marked "frau
dulent" on tho onvolope.
Postmasters throughout tho country
tho roports says, dally ask for rulings
on various lottery schomes which
causo tho Dopartmcnt no end of
worry. Numerous concorns located
abroad continuo to mail their advor
tisements of foroign lottorics into tho
United Statos. Fraud orders wero is
sued against 7-1 such firms during tho
Highly boneflcial results have bean
accomplished, Mr. Lamar says, by tho
vigorous enforcement of tho law
against the transmission in tho mails
of publications and other mntter con
taining obscene nnd inilescont matter.
Tho quantity of such objectionable mat
ter during tho past year has been ma
Tho business of Louis Martin, Incor
porated, ono of tho most noted restau
rants in New York, was placed in tho
hands of receivers.
Officers of tho City of May3Villo.
Mayor T. Wosloy Leo.
Police- Judgc .lohn L. Whitakor.
City Clerk" Gcorgo Wood Owens.
Collector nnd Treasurer Hartr
Dopository First National Bauk.
Chief of l'olico James Mackoy.
Folicomon Dudloy Fizor, J. W Tolle,
I). P. Bloomhuff, John M. Qlrvin.
Assossor William II. Daugherty.
Wharfmastor C. M. Phistor.
Weigher A. C. Carr.
Attornoy Will II. Bees.
Physician Dr. J. H. Samusl.
Alms House Koeper Mrs. James
Maysvillo Firo Department.
Edward M. nito, chief.
Androw D. Rood.
Joe M. Marshall.
Board of Education.
S. P. Browning, president.
It. A. Cochran.
Socond Ward '
W. S. Yazell.
C. Ed. Geisol. .-
Third Ward ,
C. C. nopper.
J. Barbour Itussoll.
H. M. Clark.
John T. Smith.
W. Holton Key.
J, H. Richardson.
A. L. Mcrz.
Moots first Monday night In each
J. Wesloy Loe, Mayor, Chairman.
J. E. Cullen.
J. D. Easton.
F. L. Hondrickaon.
John C. Evorott.
Thomas A. Koith.
I. N. Foster.
George W. CrowelL
Georgo O. Fleming.
Standing Committsoa for 1914.
WAYS AND MEANS J. O. Evorett,
chairman. Shorman Arn, I. N. Foster,
Olivor Groenloo, F. L. nendrlckson, O.
O. Flomlng, E. T. Kirk, J. N. Kehoo, J.
F. Barbour, O. L. Wood, James Throl
kold, J, Wesloy Leo, ox-ofllclo.
. LAWS AND ORDINANCES Shor
man Arn, chairman. Thos. A, Keith,
G. W, Orowoll, P. aatloy, Oliver
Grconleo, F. L. Hondrickaon.
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS L
N. Foster, chairman. J. O. Everott, O.
W. Crowel!( Olivor Orcenlee, Shorman
Arn, F. L. Handricksps.
ALMSHOTJSE-rP, Oantley, eUir.
Olitjjii Qttit, . Gftdfrsy Hua
J, Warran Kerrigan, supported by
Jusalyn Van Trump, in
Victer Trro-Rel Drama.
In a peculiar way the Passerby en
ten a family whiro trouble is rlie.
He teaches charity, rights financial
wrongs, shows a girl whore her heart
lie., lights a duel with an impalclvo
youth, sterna a scamp's eohomlug
"ON PINE MOUNTAIN"
A stirring drama, with William Bbay
and Jane Gail.
5 Cants ADMI8SI0N-5 Cents
Noma Talmadgo, Ada Giflord, Harry
Northup and Leo Dclaney in
"The Other Woman"
"The Fiancee and tha Fairy"
'Thi Doctor's Duty"
Transfer and General Hauling. Wo
make a specialty of large contracts.
Office and barn 180 East (Second
street. Phones 145 and 228.
Ofllclnls at Bingham, Utah, failed to
find any traco of Ralph Lopez in the
Utah Ajcr mine.
TO SELL DOVEB HOUSE.
London. The late J. Piorpont Mor
gan's rcsidenco, Dover House, nt Koo
hampton, with grounds of 110 acres,
soon is to bo offered for sale. This uni
que frcohold property, so near tho ecu
tcr of London, is expected to roalizo
"THE CIRCUMSTANTIAL HERO,"
Biograph Farce Comedies,
Ono Other Gaod Picture Will he Presented
Roberts ! "SAPPHO." 6 reels G,
SIDEWALKS AND GUTTERS .
C. Flomiug, chairman. J. D. Easton, J.
E. Cullon, I. N. Foster, Godfroy Hun
sicker, Thos. A. Koith.
GAS AND ELECTRICITY Shor-
'man Arn, chnirman. J. C. Everett,
Oliver Groonleo, P. Gantloy, G-. C. Flom
ing, F. L. Hondrickson.
POLICE F. L. Hendrickson, chair
man. J. C. Everott, Shorman Arn, I.
N. Foster, Olivor Groenloo, U. W.
TURNPIKES AND RAILROADS J.
E. Cullen, chairman. J. D. Easton,
Thomas A. Koith, Godfroy nunsicker,
P. Oantley, G. 0. Fleming.
GREENWOOD LIBRARY F. L.
Hondrickson, chairman. J. B. Russoll,
II. J. Cochran.
PROPOSITION AND GRIEVANCES
G. Hunsickor, chairman. J. D. Eas
ton, J. E. Cullen, J. C. Evorett, G. C.
Fleming, P. Gantloy.
LICENSE Thos. A. Keith, ch.iirman.
Shorman Arn, G. W. Crowcll, Olivor
Greenlee, J. D. Easton, I. N. Fostor.
WATER Olivor Ureoulco. chairman.
Thos. A. Keith, P. Gantloy, G. 0; Flom
ing, Shorman Arn, F. L. Hendrickson.
OLAiMS AND ACCOUNTS J. D.
Easton, chairman. J. 0. Everett, LN.
Foster, G. W. Crowell, G. Hunsieker.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS J. D. "Eas
ton, chairman. Thos. A. Keith, J. E.
Cullon, G. C. Floming, I. N. Foster,
WHARVES AND FERRIES Q. W.
Crowoll, chnirman. Thomas A. Keith,
Olivor Greenleo, P. Gantloy, J. D. Eas
ton, Godfrey nunsicker.
1 FIRE DEPARTMENT J. C. Evor
ott, chairman. I. N. Foster, Sherman
Arn, O. W. Crowoll, Oliver Groonlee,
F. L. Hendrickson.
Ninoty-flvo por cent of tho Bteol pons
manufactured in tho United States aro
made nt Camden, N. J.
Rtglurl Writes Interestiag
Letter en TVls SabjecU
Mfldlson Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
Ragtand, of this place, writes: "I have
beta taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub
les, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always fcei like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
In pit of stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments; you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 7 years of splendid success, In the
keattfveat of uet such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black
Draught. J5ae, pleejMt.Eiallemactioa,
and without bad after-effecto, it te sure
fa UmmSI tlAMt VAUN0 iUMI '""
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They Are Here
The New "LIMESTONE" TABLETS. Yellow
Paper. Very Fine. Only 5c at Your Store.
PURITY A -
GET IT AT
FANCY NEW CROP MOLASSES.
FANCY GREENUP COUNTY SORGHUM.
FANCY NORTHERN WHITE TABLE POTATOES,
Well matured and will keep, An endless ariety of
HIGH-GRADE CANNED GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Fine roaBted and green Coffees and fine Teao bought directly from import
ers, guaranteed to give satisfaction, Finest Seal-Shipped Chesapeake lay
Oysters received daily and handled in the most sanitary manner, Mjratfiek
for tho Holiday Trade is unusually large and complete, consisting ol Or
anges, Lemons, Grape Fruit, Bananas, Apples, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes,
Celery, Lettuce, Dried Peaches, Apricots and Pianai, Citron, Lemon and
Orange Peel, BaisinB, Currants, Figs, Minco Meat, Plum Pudding, Dates,
Maple Sugar and dyrup, Olives, stuffed and plain, new 8belled Nats et aJU
kinds. New York Cream Cheese, Pitted Cherries in cans, in fact, every arti
cle necessary in the mako-up of a first-class Kentucky dinner and that
means good enough for anybody. And when you want the Lost braad aat
cakes don't forget that I am tho solo agent hers for the noted and fasaoBi
and deservedly popular Flour PERFECTION; nd better can be made. I
want nil the first-class Country-Cured Hams I can get, for which I pay cash,
I want also Fresh-Laid Eggs. I also handle Dressed Poultry of all kinds
and shall want a nice lot for my holiday trade. My ubuoI inyitation is
extended to country ptople when in our city to make my house headquar
ters, and when you want the best don't pats mo by. Wishing all a Merrr
Christmas and a Happy and ProsporouB New Year.
R. B. 10VEL,
Judge Edgar M. Cullon, retiring Chiof
Justlco of tho Now York Court of Ap
peals, will resume the practice of law in
You Want to Sell Your iobacet
Whero You Get tho Higho9t Price.
XXiSXa7 jEi jNT I
Our Last Two Sales Averaged
Wednesday, December 31st, . . . . $13.13
Thursday, January 1st, .... . $14.96
"There aro several reasons." We sort nnd sell
yoar tobacco to the best advantage. Consider
your own coat interests
tomor of tho
We Again Call Attention to Our Line of
Royal EASY CHAIRS
McILVAIN, HUMPHREYS & KNOX,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
207 Sutton Street. Phone 250. Maysvtile, Kj.
I S ' L M
Up to GbristuiAs this year
year This is very encouraging
wo take it to indicate that
Sellers Are Satisfied
With our methods and prices. Hoping for a libaral
share of your future business, we pledge our bwt (
forts in your boualf and wish
Year. Your friends,
H. C. RUSSELL CO.
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
An ordinanco making it unlawful for
fortune tollers to do business in Louis
ville, was passed by tho lower boarf
the General Council.
ana do a satisnea cus-
nd p'anter,s ,
Warehouse Co., Inc,
"Push the button and
rest." The kind that
the whole family w
appreciate and enjoy.
was much larger than last
to the managers, as
you a prosperous inw-i
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