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Which lived in riomiii
It Btlll can get a lot of hoot
When oxer It is ill.
, Cnpt. Marion Parker, a former Mays
villian, hug been appointed one uf the
now detectives at Covington and will
work in the Lntonia districts.
Portland, Me. Mri. Eliza Mcrril,
who celebrated her one hundred nnd
third birthday says she Is still nlixo,
because "I always kept mjself happy. '
Mrs. Celia L. Wood, who has been ty
ing at tho point of death nt her iiome
in East Fourth street, is somewhat bet
tor this morning, but is still uncon
Mr. A. V. True- of Dover is hero this
woek putting his tobacco crop on tho
Maysvlllc market nt Tho Homo Ware
house and is the guest of his brother,
Mr. Sam N. Truo of Enst Second street.
Square Deal Man s
A happy and prosperous 1914
to you all. We thank you for
your patronage during the past
year and invite yoa to come
often and stay long during the
years to come.
Yours for a BIG year,
Mrs. Hello Horton or Pari is isitiug
Mrs. Tclitha Norris of the county is
the guest of Mrs. Dr, R. P. Moody, of
Miss Holt Ricbeson returned to Lex.
ington, Tuesday, whore she is attending
Miss Bortio Honson of Murpbysville
is visiting at tho homo of Mrs Lucy
Wolls in West Second street.
Mrs. J. W. Nicholson and son, Wil
liam, after a woek's visit to Mrs, Nottio
Breezo on East Fourth street returned
to their homo in Loxington Tuesday.
Mr. Carl Rayburn of Paxton, III., is
spending tho week with his parents, Mr.
nnd 'Mrs. William Rayburn of Forest
Col. Thomas A. Davis has been housed
up this week indisposed, but mainly bo
cause" tho weather is too unsettled to
Mrs. Martha Baldwin has returned
..1iome,aftor a stay of soveral weeks with
' Mr. E. D. Baldwin and MrB. E. II Kerr
Hon. Charles B. PoynU Is here from
Joplln, Mo., to spend n fow days at
Jiomo aftor which ho will roturn to that
city for tho winter.
VERY FANCY APPLES!
Cone to as tor CELERY, OYSTERS, CANDY
and ORANGES. We are prepared to siaka yoa
very low prices. FRESH XXXX Confectioner's
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reporta.Bhowtho steady
oufout ol coal duririg tho laat (en
yeaTs has made the dealers push (or
wider markets, Wo aro going to get
more vrade your trade by giving
vein a greater valuo (or your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
The report of the tax assessor of
Shelby County places tho value of prop
erty at more than $12,000,000.
The next annual mooting of lhe Amer
ican Bar Association will bo held in
Washington, October 20-L'L'.
SUNDAY SOHOOL SCHOLARS.
Tho number of Sunday school schol
ars of all countries is about 27,000,000,
of whom 14,000,000, or moro than half,
are in tho Unitod States. England nud
Wales come next with 7,000,000 no
other country having as many as a mil
List of unclaimod letters in the Mays
villo Postofllco week endiug January 7,
Adamsou, Mrs. Mny
Ammcrman, Q. W. ,
Bradford, Lowls (2)
Emral & Lunsford.
Ewing, Mrs. Jack
-Pudge, Miss Ella
Gregory, W Vories '
Lunsford, Mrs. Etta
McCluro, W. B.
Marsh, II. J.
Oder, E. R.
Owens, Miss Edith
O. K. Oarage.
Savage, Carrio B.
Walker, J. W.
Wood, H. W.
Woods, Miss Mao
Ono cent duo on abovo letters. Par
ties calling for same will plouso say
C. MATHEWS, P. M.
MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1014.
To You and All
Those Dear to You a
1913 has Anally bounded into
thatare-pant. We want to say our thank you and good wishes across its
dosing page, For thn favors you have Bhown us we are sincerely grateful.
May your book of tho days'thatare-to-come be a continuous record of
health, happiness and increasing prosperity,
Cor. Second and LimestonB Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVlLKjE, KY.
A. A, McLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
FAIR TODAY AND THURSDAY;
Mr. Thomas E. Foley, formerly the
Ledger's correspondent at Minerva, was
elected Cloak Room Keeper of tho
House of Representatives,
It takes n mini who hindles about
two dollars a woek to get panic-stricken
when ho rends that thero is a new 1100
counterfeit ill circulation.
SUFFOCATED BY WINE FUMES.
Tive were suffocated in u wine vat
it Hrugier, near Limoges, France, a fow
days ago. The five wero working at a
wnio press when one of them, a girl
named Crourut, who was in tho vt, fc"
and was asphyxiated. Her four com
paniuns rushed to her help, but i'lso sue
cumbed to tho fumes.
COLORED W. C. T. U. ORGANIZED.
Sunday afternoon at Scott's Chape'
a splendid W. C. T. U. was organized
among the best of negro citizens of
Maysville with a membership of se en
Tho following officers were elected
for the coining jear:
President Mrs. L. Green.
Vice President Mrs. John Taylor.
Secretary Miss Prances Strawder.
Cor. Secretary' Miss Hosa Thomas.
Treasure! Miss Hattie Anderson.
Rev. Wilhoyte, Rev. Clark and Mr.
W. W. Ball each gave a fine address
that was enjoyed ery much by every
Mrs. O. .1. Wonible, president of the
Masille Union organised tho new
383, 525 POUNDS
Wero Total Tobacco Sales on the Mays
ville Market Yesterday Largest
Sales of tho Seasou.
Yesterday's tobacco sales amounted
to 383,o25 pounds and were the I.irgest
day's sales of tho season.
Totnl sales rUhO
Highest prico f 23.00
Lowest prico -.30
Somo spccirl sales: 11, J. Ring of
Springdale, 1,2D5 pounds, average
$1.3.73; J. S. Woodward, 2,020 pounds,
averago $15.81; Day aud Adams 1,315
pounds, nx-erago $15.31, all of Mason
County. L. II. Coloman, Home, Ohio,
1,81.1 pounds, average $15.30.
Ilounds sold 5 1.035
Highest prico $20.00
Loxvcst price 2.10
Markot splendid. Offerings a little
below the average.
James Mason of Mason County "Sold
a crop that averaged $10.35.
Pounds sold 38,3,35
Highest price $21.00
Lowest prico 2.30
Special crops: J. II. Scott, Brown
County, 2,405 pounds, average $10.20;
Henderson Bros., Lewis County 2,015
pounds, $17.75; Leo -Weaver, Masou
County, 2,050 pouids, average $15.85,
Reeves and Hamilton, Brown County,
Ohio, 3,395 pounds, average $15.83
Pounds sold 3.1,000
Highest prico $20.00
T,nivisf iiricn 1.00
Special crop: R. L. Claypool, Robert
ion County, averago $17.10.
I nnnliftr mnillltni.
Farmers & Planters.
'Pounds sold 09,700
Highest prico $20.00
Lowest prico 2.00
SJiccinl crops: Peed & Benz, average
$147.3; W. II. Nowoll, averago $18.57;
BlatWman & Wntson, nvorago $14.00,
all ol Mason County.
OoveVnor McCrcury's message x'as
rend to tho Legislature yesterday.
Tho Democrats of Payotto hax'o in
dorsed Mpses Kaufman for Postmnstor
Tho prouosod salo of a billion foot
of standln A timber in Ntjrthorn Arizona
was approved by Secretary Houston.
Josh iCrpc, a shantybontman, xva
held at- llartlord on tho chargo of mur
dering JwJd Johnson, , whoso body,
with tkjrafculj fractured, ,was found in
Happy New Year
Father Time's groat volume of tlavs
The Stnndnnl of the World In
1914 Money Saving Coupon
Good for 5 Cents
On Next I'urehate of Stationery Amounting
to 50 Ccnti.
J T. KACKLEY & GO.
WEEK OF PRAYER.
The Week of Piajor sen ice tonight
will be held nt the Pirst Bnptit Churcn.
Hex. M. V. Clark of the M 10. Churcn
South xvill do the pre.iching.
CSood crow ils haxe been attending the
prayer orx ices which have been both
interesting nnd holpful. All church
members are urged to attend these ser
vices. i .
All our handsomest and nowest models are in
eluded in this sale. Not nu old Suit in the assort
ment. Satisfactory variety in fabrics, color?, sizes
Come in TODAY.
The Five and
Ten Dollar Suits
are not this season's but if you want wenring quality
in a suit rathor than tho latent mode you will find sat
isfactory choosing in this lot.
MAYSVILLIANS TOURINO EUROPE.
Noxxs has been recoix'cd by Mrs. W.
II. Means, of tho safo arrival at Gib
raltar of tho ocean liner "Cincinnati",
on which her sister, Mrs. Priscilla Pin
nell sailed from Now York, accompanied
Plenty of good
Big reductions in Suits, Coats and Drosses.
Boys' Sweaters ISc.
All Sweaters less 20.
Furs less 33.
Good Ginghams for dresses 6c.
Good Apron Ginghams 5c.
Good Bleached Cotton 6c.
And many items too numerous to mention.
Come now and save money.
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ONI COPY ONI CENT.
President Iluertn is to roslgn soon ue
cording td another rumor current in
Enrlo Mnrtin, reputed to bo wealthy,
took his lifo by shooting nt his hum"
DR. A. Q. BROWNING AND HIS
Dr. A. G. Browning, who "has been
quite ill nt his oflico apartments in
Market street, is greatly Improved nnd
is able to sit up nnd talk to his friends.
Tho Public Ledger is pleased to pub
lish in today's issuo tho truo story,
"Under tho Snow," written by Dr.
This wlord talo is only too true and
had its scenario mainly in Fleming
County, tho home of Dr. Browning's
childhood. "Buru Brao" stood where
Flcmingsburg's "City of the Dead"
D. HBCHINGER & CO.
NTIL we advertised
tion stands solid that wo never havo changed numerals on our price tickets
prior to our aetni annual stock-reducing and mouey-gotting sate wo knew
not how many people had not yet bought their OvercoatB. You surely
have waited for this sale At no tim-j duriug this wiutor have we sold as many over
coats in the name given tima as we have since our "ad." appeared in tho papers. As
winter has just, set in, the more advantageous to you is this timely sale.
The One-Fourth Off ou Sutts should bo quite alluring if you have half an
apology to bu on
At the service's conducted at the City
Mission last niuht. six were converted,
fixv of them adults. James S. Daw-
son, tho standby of the Mission, led
by Mrs. Jqhn Fenderson, of Owego, N.
Y. They xvero met at Gibraltar, by Mrs.
Pinnell's daughter, Mrs. II. L. Myor,
nnd all crossed to Tangier, Morocco, to
travel for a short tinui in Northern
Africa. Thoy xvill thon roturn and tour
Southern and Central Spain, beforo go
bargains for everybody who couldn't get here on
DINGER BROS., LeadlDR Retailers
A government export nt Washington
has succeeded in making a motion pic
ture film showing tho entire process
of honey making by bees.
BARGAIN No. J.i
Fountain Syringe Sale
We are going to put on sale a Fountain Byringo at one
dollar and twenty- five centa. If after an examination you
don't say it is the best bargain in rubber goods then 1
don't know anything about rubber.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. t,,edtSoSreet
our Price Reduction Sale
the meeting. Xot is James only a
skilled brick layer and builder of houses
but ho is one of God's skilled xvork-
men in building life and chiractcr.
Would that we had more James S Daw-
sons in Maysville.
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SUITS NOW $15
Just when the bleak weather of January and
February suggests the need of heavier bed clothe9 we
offrtr substantial savings on some handsome Blankets.
Like all wool blankets they have just enough cotton
in tho warp to prerent shrinkage in laundering. Full
double bed size, all white with blue or pink bordeia.
Regular $6.50 Blankets for $5
Don't mistake those for regular $5 Blankets.
They are positively worth ! more.
ing to Levida, Spain, the home of Mrs.
Paul C. Biggs, after substituting
broomsticks nud papor for tho steel
bars in his cell nt tho Indiana Reform
atory, made his escape.
SHOES-One lot Men's Regal $4 and $4.25
Shoes, sale price $2.98.
Oue lot Men's Patent Leather Shoes, $3.50 and
$3.75, sale price $1.98.
Men's Heavy Work Shoes, high cut, tans and
black, regular price $4.50, in this sale $3.69. Men's
Heavy work Shoes, $3.50, now $2 98. Men's Heavy
Work Shoes, $3, now $2.48. Men's Heavy work
Shoes, $2.50, now $1.98.
One lot Men's Slippers to go at 98c.
One lot Ladies' Felt Slippers to go at 98c.
Big Reductions on
Other Shoes andy1
Col. Ben La Breo has been confined
to Ills homo on Forest avenue tho past
weok, suffering with u sovcrn cold,
threatened with pneumonia.
Biggest and Best Clothino and
Shoo Store in MrvbvIIIb.
and, by the way, our reputa
TO MEET Tins AFTERNOON.
The Parent-Teacher Association of
the Tirst District ScHool xvill meet at
the school building this afternoon at
Louisx-ille. According to authoratix-o
reports, tho coming Legislature will bo
asked to incrcaso tho Stato Liccnso for
saloons from $100 to $100 a yorr. It is
estimated this xvill incrcaso State rov
onucs $450,000, which will suffice for
the Confederate pensions.
Full Blast !
acconnt of the bad
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