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Thanks to our frlenda
and tho high class of
merchandise we soil,
wo raised the inonoy
we neoded, and from
March 1st, next, the
Salts will be raised in
prlco 92.60' on each
suit The Overcoats
will remain the same
price until all gono, so
if you want a suit
come at once.
Geo. tl. Frank & Co.
IHaysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers.
I sometimes fear that whoever made
us was In a hurry and mode us ridicu
lous. Expectation is a harmless occupation.
It often prevents realization of painful
In Clark County, Clay aud Sam Hodg
kin nnd Dick Hunter sold to D. S. Gay,
their 1913 crop of hemp, amounting to a
little over 22,000 pounds. The price
paid was $7.50 per hundred.
Matlnck & Shropshire, of Winchester,
sold to W. A. McQibbnn, of New York,
tho stylish New York saddle horse,
Some Party, a chestnut gelding live
years old. The price paid was $1,200.
BILLY SUNDAY'S BIO RAKE OFF.
Pittsburg, Penn. It is estimated by
tho committco having in charge the
-'Billy " Sunday free-will offering that
tbo evangelist will take something over
$35,000 practically net out of Pitts
nuig as his share of the receipts of the
eight weeks campaign lieie.
OAPT. DAVID MURPHY'S POEM.
Tho poem of Capt. David Murphy, of
which wo aro seeing much in certain
papers, was wiitton two years ago and
inscribed to Miss Anna Belli' Hall of
this city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James II. Hall, of East Second Htieet.
Tho sentimental old Captain wrote it
when little Miss Hall won the pouy
"Baby Doll" in The Public Ledger's
poney contest, nnd wo have one of the
Captain's pretty brochures showing a
picture of Miss Hall and her pony out
fit and tho poem.
Thero's uothiug new under the sun
Tho Southern Railway will spend flO,.
000,000 in improvements.
Great Britain will gio the P. S. .1
free hand in settling Mexican question.
Loxington will have bettor Sabbath
observance, fewer saloons 11111I more
rigid enforcement of liquor law.
Denver, Col., February 23. Henry
Moore Teller, former cabinet oflieer,
and for more than thirty years United
States Senator from Colorado, died heio
Chicago, 111., February 23. An oiler
of $700,000 for Bis stock in the Chicane
Natioaal Leagrfe ball club was made
Charles Vf, Taft today by a syndicate
of six Chicago business meu.
A Real Nerve and
Wo believe Rcxall Olive Oil Emulsion
is the best remedy mndo for toning tho
norvos, enriching tho blond, building up
wasted tissues, renewing health,
strength and energy tho best medicine
you can uso if you aro run-down, tirod
out, nervous and debiliatcd, 110 mattur
what tho cause. It doesn't dopoud for
jts good effect upon alcohol or habit-
forming drugs, becauso it contains none.
It may not mako you feel better in a
few hours, but it will make you feel
better, we aro sure, just ns soon as the
tonic and food properties it contains
havo a chance to get into tho blood and,
through tho blood, into the rest of the
system. Pure 01i'oOil and tjio Hypo
- phositos have long been endorsed by
successful physicians, but hole, for the
first time, they are combined into ono
preparation which, as a nerve-food and
a builder of strength and health, we be
lieve, has no equal.
If you don't feel well, begin taking
RexalK Ollvo Oil Emulsion today, mid
build your health nnd strengthen your
system against more serious illness. To
t'onvclsecents, old people, puny children
und all others who arc weak, run-down
t or ailing, we offor Hqxnll Olivo Oil
N Emulsion with our personal promise
-. that, if it doesn't make you well am
strong again, it will cost you nothing.
we didn't havo tho utmost faith in
wo wouldn't offer it with this guar-
nor even recommend it to you,
that once you have used It
Ijgcommcnd it to your friends
for having recommended
ily at tho more than
. and in this town
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4. OUR PUBLIC BOJTOC
Report of tho Maysville) Public
Schools for tho sixth month, eudiilg Fri
day, February 20, 1911:
High School 194
Centre Qrado 187
Forest Avenuo 208
First District 173
Sixth Ward 85
Colored High 100
Colored Sixth Ward 41'
Rooms having no tardiness for the
'month: H. C. Barnes, Estella Nash,
Annn F. Ball, and W. II. Humphrey.
Room hnving no tardiness for the
year, II. O. Barnes.
Allen Wood, Duke Cnrrigan, Jftmes
Muse, Hazel Kcnnan, Eugene Royse,
Dorothy Caplinger, "Marlon Barkley,
Claudyuo Melton, Ethel Hanoy Helen
Jones, Charles Rudy, Earl Wilson, Elma
Nnncye Glascock, Elizabeth Franklin
uypsio Willett, Church Matthews, ic
tor Caproul, Joseph enproni, Roge:
Clark, Ruth Kehoe, John Pope, Frances
Holiday, Frank B.irklcy, Frank Biorley
John Chenault,, Viigil Davis, Andrew
Goodwin, Linn Orr, Amelia Hernial
Chililn, Dorothy Menus.
Jennie Wythe, Stella Cuncy, Ethel
Oropponbachoi, Eugene Jones, Clifford
Bierley, Martha Holiday, Uuth Kautz,
George Hefliu, Roberta Snapp.
Woodson Allen, Minnie Grouinger,
Georgia Carrigan, Esley Euuis, Gouion
Simons, Lido Chenault, Elizaboth Oir,
Myron Davidson, David Wood, I.eslk
McDowell, Mitchell Matthew.
Mary Downing, Mary Pollitt, Isnbelle
Ryan, Robert Power, Albert Knov, .Van
Robert Allen, Mario Duzan, Violet
Schwartz, Willie Farley, Louise Toland.
Elizabeth Calvert, Frank Browning,
John Walker, Madeline Farrow, Cat lisle
Maud Ella Brubaker, Georgia Hicks,
Margaict Smith, Frnnees Marsh, Mar
FRESHMEN Howell Richardson,
Frances Ball, Mnrgaret Downing, Bess
Bell, Ruth Kratzor, .Charles Downing,
Olivetto Clooney, Helen Nauman, Fiau
ces Dinger, Tholina Leonard, Ria Ross,
Catherine Daly, Phoebe Huron, Hess
Parry, Florence Braunon, Stephen
Owens, Julia McDanie).
SOPHOMORE John Browning, Jns.
January, Charles Kerr, Martha Lovel,
JUNIOR Hei man Calvert, Katheiiue
Clark, Adelaide Cummins, John
Mathews, Myrou Mer?, Martha G
SENIOR George Bauer, Anna Cal
vert, Horace Clark, Horace Crawfoid,
Marion Daly, Emma Debold, Nellio
Grant, Elizabeth Higgins, Lena Lkins
Mary Mathews, Mary B. Osborne, Geo
Redmond, Helen Stevens, Heottic
The difference between a wit and i
humorist is that a wit says things while
'a humorut writes things,
Six persons weio injured when n
Pennsylvania passougcr train was de
railed near Sharon.
Washington. Ten million HnIi ot the
game varieties will be sent to Kontuek
in a special consignment April l.r.
Becauso of a spirit of unrest in 1'oit
an Prince, Haiti, bluejackets may again
be Inndod from American warships,
The meanest man wo know of put a
lead dollar in his pocket the other night,
knowing his wife would cop it out. She
nearly got into trouble trying to pass it,
but she daren't say a word to friend
Yessir, the bustle will bo on tho job
this summer. Hut tho designers know
there was no way to get it underneath
the tight sklits so they havo compromis
ed and the fool thing will haug on the
outside. For further information seo
any fashion magazine.
Itivor, 32 feet, fulling; no ico.
CHICAGO SYNDICATE TO BUY
Chicago, Fobruary SJ3. Negotiations
will bo opened by "a syudicato of Chi
cago business men for tho purchnso of
the controlling interest in tho Chicago
National League Baso Hall club from
Chniles P. Taft of Cincinnati, it was an
KNIQHTS TEMPLAR INSPECTION.
Maysville Commandery No. 10 K. T.
will bo visited tonight by Eminent Sir
Knight Albert A. Hnzclrigg for tho
f.urpos of Inspection.
A full attendanco is requested and ns
many ns can do so will please appear in
full uniform, promptly at 7 o'clock.
fx.-k I,. fr rf JJ
; . iv. r s, -z- ic i
"HE MAY BE PRESIDENT"
That is tho proud privilogo of
every American born boy.
But, whether or no, ho Is
your son and photographs that
preserve his boyhood aud youth
will mean everything to you in
after years. What ho means
to you now, ho will also mean
to othors somo day, and tho
little collection "taken at"
various nges will bo a prico
less treasure for generations
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
'!'i 1 m
The McKeo Brothers' hog sale on
Thursday, at Forest Homo Stock Farm,
near Versailles, was attended by a large
crowd. Two sows sold for $500 each;
one for $350, und one for $305; twenty
five -sows, bre,d to Defender, brought
$220 a head, and sixty-nino Duroc Jer
seys brought $120.75 apioco.
KENTUCKY'S HIGHEST POINT
Kentucky's highest altitude is Big
Black mountain, in Harlan County, 4100
foet above sea level. The highest point
in tho State thus far marked by tho
United States Geological survey, with
an aluminum tablet to distinguish it,
at tlie top of a sandstone rock, nt the
top of Scuttle Holo Gap in Pine moun
tain, 1.9 mile north of Partridge, Letch
er county. It is 2,518 feet above mean
Of Tho Winter. All of Central West
Suffors from Snow and Wind.
Chicago, February 23. The worst
snowstorm of the winter, which started
yesterday, continued early today over
a large part of tho Middle West.
Thoroughout Missoun, Iowa, Central
mil Southern llliois, Kansas, Nebraska,
Indiana,, Ohio, and Iowa, heavy snow
vas falling, accompanied by a high
wind. Telegraph and telephone wiies
were demoralized, especially south rind
'west of hore, nnd steamer traflie was
To Address Young Men's Democratic
League of Kentucky.
Frankfort. Distinguished Democratic
orators will speak to tho Young Men's
Democratic League of Kentucky at its
annual bauquet, which will bo hold nt
tho Capital Hotel here the evening of
February 27. In addition to former
Governor Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri,
now Solicitor General of tho United
States, Assistant Secretary of War
Henry S. Breckinridge, Johnson X.
C,nmilen and Mayor John Buschmeyer,
of Louisville, have been invited to
ipenk. In addition, the four aspirants
Tor the Democratic nomination t'o
Tinted States Senator also have been
invited to speak.
ADDRESSED TO WOMEN
In the Expectant Period
Before the coming of the little one women need to be pos
sessed of all their natural strength. Instead of being harassed
by forebodings and weakened by nausea, sleeplessness,
or nervousness if you will bring to your aid
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
you will find tiiat most of tho Buffer
ing will not make its appearance.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is Uie result of a lifo study of
ailments, disorders and irregularities peculiar to women. Its continued
supremacy in its particular field for moro than forty years is your
assurance of tho benefit to be derived from its ubc
Neither narcotics nor alcohol will be found in this vegetable prescrip
tion, in liquid or tablet form. Sold by druggists or a trial box will be
sent you by moil on receipt of 50 one-cent stamps.
Addi-MM Dr. Pierce's InYftlldi Hotel, BhbTaIo. IV. T.
Dr. Plre'M Fleasaat Pellets reg-aUta liver as bowels
HERE'S A BARGAIN
We bavo alnut 00 RuHbela OLOVEK SEED that has about 15'
ALSYKE in it that we are going tosell at t?9 per bushel OAdH.
Come (uick il jou want somo of it.
A Good Finish
If you have any Tobacco left and have not sold
some at the HOMfc", be sure and do so and you will
see the difference and discover why most people
sell their Tobacco
At the HOME!
IT WILL BE PLAIN AND
PROFITABLE TO YOU ! 0
Market finished strong last Friday. Mefford &
Grimm sold a basket containing 75 pounds at 41c
per pound, a basket of 30 pounds at 39c per pound
and a basket of 20 pounds at 51c per pound.
HOME HOLDS SEASONS RECORDS FOR
POUNDS, PRICE AND SATISFACTION.
IIARRY VAUGHN DEAD,
lln'rry Vaughn, votornn ball playor,
and formerly a star in tho Nntiounl
League, died of pneumonia lato Satur
day at his home, 804 Vine street, Cin
cinnati. He played with tho Cincinnati
Reds under tho mngagement of tho fa
mous "Buck" Ewlng. Ho retired from
baso ball nino years ago.
Ilany let prosperity spoil him. Ho
got to be a sport, his wifo got a divorce,
ho opened n saloon and wont the paco.
He was a Bracken County boy.
Gross oarnlngs of tho railroads mak
ing regular weekly returns to Dun's Re
view continue to exhibit somo falling
off from a year ago, tho total for all
United States roads reporting to dato
for tho first week in February amount
ing to $8,179,900, a decrease ns com
pared with tho corresponding week last
year of 3.3 per cent. Practically tho
same roads show losses of 3.1 and 6.1
per cents., respectively, for tho first
weeks in January and December.
IN NEW YORK
RockofeUcr Will Mako His Futuro
Homo, Say His Friends.
New York. Close frionds of John D.
Rockefeller learned that ho will mako
his homo in tho future on his estate near
Recent actions of tho Ohio Tax Com
mission in scoking to establish his legal
residence thoro havo displeased Mr.
Rockefeller, and tho members aro said
to bo responsible for his decision to
quit Ohio for good and pay his enor
mous tax here.
A careful cstimnte places his income
at about $100,000,000 n year, of which
tho Government's share of 0 per cent,
would bo $0,000,000. This is without
doubt the largest individual tax that
will be collected.
FAIR AND CONTINUED COLD TO
DAY. MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephoned At
0 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Fro
Old roosters Co.
Geese r 9c.
Cincinnati, O., February L'3. Hog ro
ceipts 5,101, strong; packers and butch
ers $99.10; common 'to choice tJQO.CO,
stags $j7.7i. Cattle receipts 1,538,
steady; steers $5.50(28.23; heifers 5
7.90; cows $3.250.75; calves steady
0 10(ffilL Sheep receipts 009; steady,
rSfffW.OO; Minim strong, f5.75S
Havo you ever triod our way
of borrowing money to pay (or
You, of course, know that
most fvrms aro eold for ono-
.U1...I ...I. n.l Ik. kolnnno r(
Elbe pavment is represented by
lion notco due in ono nnd two
5 years. You: also know that
there are times when it ia im
H toseiblo to pay iheeo uoicb
H whon they become due.
BH Our specialty is lending
money on good farms for
LONG PEUIOD.S. Wouldn't
B you rather have five years to j
pay the balance than two ycare?
Any one expecting to buy I
5 farniR this March will do well j
to tome in and consult us about I
J getting tho money.
H We have been giving satis 1
liiuu'uaau nuu iud uhihuu v.
9 factory service for 24 years.
B Union Trust and s
g Savings Co. s
S Maysville, - - Kentucky "
Minnesota has a forested area of 2
million acros, tho largest of any state
east of tho Rocky Mountains.
Canada has established a forest pro
ducts laboratory in connection with Mc
Oill University at Montreal, on the
lines of the United States institution of
4he samo sort at tho University of Wis
Tree planting on national forests has
to bo confined to comparatively short
intorvals in Spring and Fall. In Spring
it stnrts when tho snow melts nnd stops
with tho drying out of tho ground in
tho fall it comes between tho fall rain
and first snowfall.
Good Molasses 50c.
Bring nur jug nnd try on
gallon. If nut Patisfactor)
vour money will be refunded
Per Dozen Cans $1.10
Canned Corn Per Dozen 95c
J. C. GABLISH
V r flrtfrm f .ittwrtUtmmt uurt.
-tw vatyo lhe,
ultngt of '
VanUJ " "Loit" an,t " JbunJ." and not txertdln
iret llies in length, are I'JtEH to all.
tto nmlneM AdtcrllMDicnla Inwrte.
If omwCTi fait to come thf firtt tlixt, ue lri Ue u
any repetition! ai are necMaryto teeure what yoi
t rrtlte for. Il' with aiSverlUeri to feel that the,
re not imposing on why utlngour free columns.
ttlTAtlitrtlsers mtbt furnlih copv.uhteh can t
'eft at tl ajjle or sent oy malt.
TUB l-VBUC LEDGER,
Xo. 10 East Third Street.
WANTED Girl to do
work ami cooking,
woek. Phono 320.
WaRea $3 per
WANTED Work of any kind so its
honest, by a young boy, ago 1(3. Can
road aud write. Don't smoko or chew
tobacco. Address Walter P. Orisham,
R. D. No. 1, at Mr. Win. Tuggle,
WANTED A girl to wait on table at
125 Markot street.
FOR RENT 0 room cottages and 0
room flats, now, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot and cold water, out
floor, tho acuio of economy, comfort
and coaveuionco. Excellent location,
Fourth and Plum streets. J. M.
FOR SALE 1 B flat Cornot, silver fin
ish, iu high and low pitch. Cheap for
eanh. Address Manager Pastime
FOR SALE A lino rosowood EMER.
SON Grand Square PIANO, oxcollent
tone, finest mako, lu good condition,
and without a blemish. Prico reason
able. Call PHONE 383, Maysville.
LOST Gold cuff button between the
Racket Storo nnd Forest avenuo, by
way of tho L. & N. Flndor ploaso
leave at tho Racket Store.
LOST A platinum bar pin with chip
diamonds botween Pastlmo and Dr.
John Barbour's rostdonco. Return
to Miss Barboui
LOST Gold cuff button between Com
mores and Market streets, Flndsr
pltaie )wve at Walhwe's rwUuraat
"1n"""iniuii. i,IHM ?
THE MEMORY OP QUALITY REMAINS WHEN PRICE IS
It is Always Thus if You
Get Your Goods at Hoeflich's
Mako uso of this bad'spoll of woathor by doing your Snrfnir
UK' A1 th noW B00dB aro horo and tbo flnt choice!
"35?.. th0,prlP18 aro so reaaonablo that you can get two or throo
dresses for the prlco of a. ready-to-wear and at tho same tlmo uao
your own Ideas of how a dress should bo mado.
Tho Une of Trimmings Is wonderfully boautlful and varlod.
T,m0?' S.1Ika aad Rlbuons for Girdles, Tassels, Ornamonta,
Jowol Trimmings, Brocades, Cloth of Gold, &c, &c.
Eatiuos, Voilos, Crepes, Embroideries, Camasolo Lacos and Em
broldorios, Nockwoar, Glovos, &c, &c.
Mako uu your BorinK boddinz now. Tim nrfmo . ,ini..
but we havo them at tho old
March Fashlona aro hero.
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Still in the Ring
We Are Nm Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here'tdi Stay.
We moroly were closing nut
an extra ltno of l Giis Siovj'h.
Como aud poh oliir unrivaled
goods and jtidgefir oui-e'f.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Street.
The Wright Wav
to Smoke Meat.
By using the Wright Way of
curing meat you can nave
the bes' meat that can possi
bly be produced. 'l
The Wright Way Is 10 ciise
Wright's Ham Pickle tor
making sugar-cured meat and
then smoke with Wrights
bmoke. hor sale by
JOHN C. PBGOK
tl V6 tt
19 till a
8. ELLIS, Agent
fhecnneakp X, flliln
p-a. uiniriv v. v.,.u
If MS Railway.
KP Saaeduls effeotlve Nor,
iF 90.IBU Subject to cbftDK'
TRAINS LEAVE MAYSVILLE. KY
0-X9 t. m., 8 38 m.,
6:80 a.m., 8:10 m
8 00 p.m.. dally, lock),
1:40 p in., 8:' 3 p m.
o-iOn m. b:M o m
7 & I. ra.,weelc-dayi.
W, WIKOKH" Airn
n ntran rv wi ji.i.pm
' - ' "
The distinguishing air of quality; which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a store is the ele
ment which gives a sign its greatest value 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 ui-to-tiate 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 bign ot the,
We Are Now Ready to
dive You Uur service S j
rv ..; ....:.,. T.. .n ..t.,
tho boat muruhtindiso to bo bad; to ivo
what you wnut whon you want it; to
gladly refund your money if wo fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Schaifuor &
Marx JSuit and Overcoat for tho prico
you usually pay for the inferior kind.
Our stock of Shoos, Hat?, Shirts aud all
tho little accessories aro solaced with
groat caro. (Jo mo in anil sit us out;
it's worth whtlo.
J. WESLEY LEE,
fHfEOOD CLOTHES MAN.
$ jliiiiiiiiiii-i:iiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiii I
talking about is the splendid qual
ity of our nno old Rye Whisky.
It is mellow, rich flavored and
puro, and makes a most delightful
highball or bracing drink. It is
matchless in its medicinal prop
erties, too, and it never gives ono
a headache. If you aro a critic of
good liquors, you Will ba pleased
to .'ecoinmend thi3 brand after tho
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
nUrl, First Mnllnnnl nnnk BnlMlnc
DlitaBC? I'honci ( Kesldnnor No 117.
and Sales Stable
Sect ml and Market Streets.: