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are nobby even
which nrc ono of
our lines. Pricon
H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foretjiost Clothiers.
"WHERE ART THOU?"
Dr. Bunton Brings Out Many Good and
Now Points on Man Duty to God.
Rev. G. V. Buuton, D. I)., preached at
tho Third Street Revival Service Tues
day eveniU from Gonoais 3:0 "Whoro
Art THoul" In part bp said:
"This is tho first question God asked
man. It is a sad comment upon tho
father of tho raco to llnd tho first di
vino question to him pertained to his
hiding from tho faco of God. Tho first
offoct of sin is tho alienation of tho af
fections, Sin casts such shamo upon the
sinner that ho at onco endeavors to
covor his sin from tho sight of man and
God. Whore art thou, as Christians?
Are you conscious of being in God's
family or out? You are baptised and
put into tho church on conditions that
your after conduct will show your
worthiness of being in tho fellowship
of God's peoplo. As to tho query of
your placa as a Christian, your own con
duct nlone must answer that. As a
' child of God, aro you far removed or
aro you close to the Father's heart?
Thoro are dogrees of affection, your love
is measured by your nearness and at
traction for tho" object of that love.
Martha and Mary each loved tho Christ,
one lovod Him well enough to forsake
all clso and sit in his fellowship, but
Martha was troubled about many
things. Jesus Christ does not want to
gat into the culinary department of a
house, but into tho throno of affection
of the lifo of men. It is not tho kit
chen of tho world but tho heart of the
raco that holds attraction for Christ.
Are you in tho dirkues of doubt or aro
you in the light that is the result of a
iaith in Jesus Christ :m :i personal
Saviort If j-ou aro near to God you
cannot be in tbo dark for God is light
and in Him is no darkness at all. Aro
you in tho path of duty or are you out
of lino of duty? Elijah was out of place
and to him God said, "What does't thou
horef" God is saying that over again
and again to many so called Christians
A Christian should noer surpriso God
bocauso 0I being misplaced. Ono should
never embarrass Christ by boing out of
zone of safoly and out of lino of duty.
If you aro calling yourself a Christian
you should keep busy at your task, co
operating with God. The Christian has
a placo in the homo, church, society, and
business. Tho Christian should bt al
ways in readiness to meet with God.
Where art thou as a SINNER f You
aro in your sins, for all have sinned and
como short of the glory of God. Jesu
Christ cninn to take charge of such and
redeem to everlasting life. Sin is no
light offense. Tho gravity of sin may
bp seen in tho facts of penalty for it
which is death; in tho fact of tho cost
of'its eradication, the tragedy of Cal
vary, the death of Christ. In this lifo
capital offenses aro the most hideous
crimes known. Sin is a capital offense
Because of sin death has been visited
upon all mankind. Lent and Easter
means nothing only as they point to tho
tragedy of Christ; man's sin made
Christ's death necessary. Death came
to animals as well as to mnn after the
first sin: animals wero slain, the blood
used for sacrifice and the skins for tho
covering for man's nakodness.
Tho cry is not, "Where is God," but
it is "Where is man!" Lost to the
fact that ho is lost, is tho sad state of
man The voico of God's concern for
man's lost estate has been ringing
through tho centuries. That voice of
man's conscience has been ever calling,
rolling in through the crowded stores,
along tho busy streets, over goods-cover-ed
counters, above tho buzz of machin
ery, tho roar of Industry, into the pri
vacy of tho homo and chamber.
Tho sinner is in the path of ruin and
deathl "Tho soul that sinneth it shall
die," is tho verdict which has stood un
repealed from the statute books of God
for twenty-five centuries. "The wages
of sin is death, but tho gift of God is
eternal life through Jesus Christ" has
stood on the records of unquestioned
ELECTRIC SELF-STARTER AND
Now on exhibition at our salesroom. Think
of it! A fi-paBpenger Touring Car completely
equipped with E'cctric Self-Starter and Elec
tric Lights for $100 lees money than tho next
lowest price 5paaeenger car without the elec
CENTRAL GARAGE CO
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truth since tbo days of Paul tho ppostlo.
Tho death ""sentence hangs over ovory
mnn and woman who spurns Josus
Christ, and it is only tho love of God
which effects n stay of oxocution and
grants nnothor chanco to ropont. "Yo
aro condemned already because yo be
llovo not on tho only begotten Son of
God." As a sinner you are under tho
unebnuging gazo of the Almighty. IIo
takes an account of all. As a sinner
you are in tho hands xif God against
whom you have 9innod. " It Is n fearful
thing to fall into tho hands of an angry
God will demand tho utmost fnrthiug
aftorwhilo; but now God sits upon a
throne of morcy, and will henr tho cry
of tho sinner; but whou wo moot God
in judgment ho will have loft tho throno
of morcy and will occupy tho scat of
justice. What can you do as n alnncrf
You can be reconciled to God through
Jesus Christ. You cannot cicapo nor
resist III111, you can surrender and re
ceive his pardon; but If you resist lilm
thero remains no more hopo for your
redemption. But tho volco of God in
the toxt is a solicitous voico, there Is
pathos and love und entreaty in it. It
means that God is 011 the way to find
you and save you If you will give him a
chanco. Ills eye of pity will "eek thee
God's effort through Christ to save
your soul is tho grandest exhibition
of dlvl.no Interest nnd concern that can
bo found anywhere. It is the King of
all kingdoms, tho Ruler of Universal
spaces in quest of a poor lost sinner un
done without God I
Havo you reason to be ashamed bo
foro God! Havo you loved Him In
proportion to His worthiuesit Have
you faUen In lino with His will f Havo
you dono good in proportion to your
opportunity? Has God's desire to aavo
vour soul no Interest for you at all?
Whore art thou? Givo answer, "Here
Lord am 1, save mo or 1 perish."
Washington, March 17. President
Wilson today nominated G. R. Hughes
to bo postmaster at Frankfort.
Mrs. Hurr Richardson of this county
underwent n serious surgical oporatiou
this morning at St. Elizabeth's Hos
pital at Dayton, Ohio.
Miss Lizzio Troutman and Miss Miller
of Ripley, aro tho charming guosts of
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo II. Dinger on East
JAMES GORDON BENNETT ILL.
Loudon, March 17. James Gordon
Bennett, owner of the New York Her
aid, is seriously ill aboard his yacht Ly
sistrata at Suez, according to a dis
patch received here. Mr. Bennett is re
ported to bo suffering from a severo
At the Christian Church Last Evculug
Ireland and St. Patrick Not
'I hi committee in charge of the mens'
gnthfiiug wero more than pleased with
their ollort to givo tho men of tho
church and Bible School u pleasant
evening. Not only was tho attendance
good hut too manner in wmcii an on
tt'ied iuto tho spirit of Irish story toll
ing, proves that 11 .stag affair tills a
need in the churcR life.
Alter 1111 hour spent In games and
jukes, a ory interesting and instruc
tive lecture on "The Early History of
Iiclnnd andof the Life of St. Patrick"
was given by Prof. E. 1 Chabe. Then
light lel'crshmeuts were served by tho
At diilcrcut- times during tho evening
iniisie was furnished by a large Victrola
which had been loaned by I'. J. Murphy.
The informality inudo all feel at
home, and to look forward to tho time
of the next gathering.
Handsome and Valuables Addition Made
To It By Dr. P. O. Sraoot.
We wero agreeably surprised sevural
days ago at the receipt of a set of
"Mohsages and Papers ot tho Presi
dents ' in thirteen nicely bound, gilt
edjie olumes, tho gift of Dr. P. O.
Smoor to the High School Library. This
set if books will bo of great value to
tho flasses in history, and we wish to
thank Dr. Smoot through the eolutuus of
the pa porn, in behalf of the Board of
Education and tho faculty, for this
splendid Kift. While the High School
has soino reference books, yet we ueed
many more than wo have, Tor wo do not
particularly need general library books,
which eanbo obtained from tho Public
Library, but reference books aro needed
in the school for convenient nud imme
diate use. For that reason, wo are go
ing to expend somo of the Lyceum funds
for somo sets of Encyclopedias for use
from the sixth grado on up through the
High School, and place sets in each of
tho buildings over thn city. Should ouy
other friends of tho school havo auy
reference woiks they would liko to
donate to the schools we would appre
ciato very much their notification of
W. J. CAPLIXOEU, Supt.
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iiiiiM iiiniiiaOTiMiim wmmwuwijmw ttMCBErxaafa
it. T j. 'l1' 7 . ."-r,-, - ., ' . .','- f. jmi . .. '
sent to the absent ones now
and then, binds tho friendships
of youth, bridges distance and
knits closer tho tics of family
Our fast lonsos, inodom
mothods and equipment, prompt
attention and courtesy to pat
rons havo m ado sitting for
photographs a real pleasure
Our prices are consistent
with tho high quality of our
Tho Photographor in Your Town.
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephonod at
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Manahostor Pro
Old hens 12c
Spring chickens 13c
Old roosters 6c.
State or Ohio, Citt of Toledo, i..
Uvcxt Countt. 1
Frnk J.Chenoy innkooth tlmt lie Iitenlor
p&ttnerof ttiunrraof P.J, Cbenoy At Co,,dolng
bualueiJin tlia oltvof Toledo, county aud ttkte
forialiI, and tlmt Md Arm wit! pnytlio lum-ot
ONE HUNDRED DOI.bAKS toreaoh and every
oaeof Catarththatoannot tx cured by the uieof
(Ull'ftGatarrtiCure. FItANK J. CIIKNKY.
Sworn to before me and iubiorlbed In myora
lancrthlitithdayof Dfcmber, A. D,,1B8fl
(Seal.) A. W (Heapon,
HnU'iUaUrrh Cure U taken Intarnallyandaoti
dlreotlyon tUe blood and raunnuo (urf&cei of the
lyitmu. Seud fortes tlrm!Ulifrn,
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold nil Druitirlsu. ?a.
Furnish your BEDROOMS niooly too
or t- graj
Mr ami Mrs. Home Owner:
You spend more time in your bed-room than in any other
room of your house. Why not furnish it as beautifully and taste
fully as your parlor? It will make you feel good when you wake
up and see beautiful objects around you. We carry all kinds of
elegant bed-room sets and durable comfortable beds. Come in
and examine our furniture. You'll find our prices reasonable.
42 West Second Street, MAYSVILLE, KY.
'SMITTIE'S BAND," OF OINOIN
NATI MAKING A HIT.
The Washington opera houso and
moMiig picture theater is making a do
elded hit. Ueorgo Smith and his "Lit
tle Ueiinnii Baud" of fi o pieces aro
each an trtist in thu harmony lino
Manager Kusscll will havo Smittio all
this week It comes high, too.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE LEAGUE
To Hold Mooting at the Maysvlllo Pub
lic Library Next Saturday Morning
At 10:10 O'clock.
Every one interested in advancing the
cause of Woman Suffrago isftraquestod to
attend a meeting or the Vinson County
Woman Suffrage League at tbo Public
Library Saturday, March :1 at 10:15
Will housekeepers pleaso make an es
pecial effort to bo present, even though
the time is not the most convenient.
This time was set becauso our socretary
teaches during the week and ono of
our vico-prosidonts lives in the county
nud can not attend afternoon meetings.
A lotter from tho State President,
and ono from tho National Executive
Committee picsenting plain for State
and National work will bo placed bo
fore tho Mason County League at this
meeting. It Is eminently important that
all those who euro to seo Kentucky
women onfranchished should attend this
meeting and consider the plaus sub
mitted by the Stnto nnd National
ALICE LLOYD, President.
Woro Amount of Tobacco Balos On The
Maysvlllo Market Yostorday.
Total sales 21,000
Highest prico $15.75
Lowest price 1.80
Total sales 14,40.1
Highest prico ...., $10.00
Lowest prico 1.00
Farmers tt Plantors Houso.
Pounds sold 3,010
Highest prico $10.00
Lowest prico ".00
Total sale 8,275
Highest prip 17.f.O
Lowest prico L70
Total salos .1., v.... 22,825
, ?M??t v .;: W.25
i.tjwf, pre .,.,,..,,,.,., u,av
j Have you ever tried our way gg
g ot borrowing money to pay tor M
J a farm g
Q You, of course, know that
most (arms are sold (or one-
Jj third cash nud tho balance of H
gg tho payment is represented by pj
lien notes due in ono nnd two
5 years. You also know that J
B there are times when it is in M
fossiblo to pay these notes Hj
pj when they become due. h
Our specialty ib lending H
S money on good (arms for
LONQ I'EHlOIJd. Wouldn't M
J5 you rather have five years to Jj
B pay the balance than two years? pjg
Any ono cxpeeting to buy M
9 larmH this March will do well
to tomo in and eonsult us about M
Hj getting tho money. S
m We have been giving satis- n
9 factory auvico (or 24 years,
I Union Trust and
I Savings Co.
S Maysville, - - Kentucky
G. M. WILLIAMS,
First National Bank Building.
riiuiiea f onion aas
Perfection (n dentistry I not baked on the
price of the bolchei.
Having Decided to Retire From
Business, I Offer My
BOTTLED IN BOND WHISKIES.
Old Taylor, fuU quart . . . .$ .05
Belle of Nelson, full quart . .00
Lancaster, full quart 85
Mollwood, full quart. . . . .83
Old Sam White, full quart 79
Old CO, full quart, 8 years old. . . .87
Sam Clay, full quart 83
Old Timo, fuU quart 84
Queen of Nelson, fuU quart . . .87
Van Hook, full quart 91
3 Star Hennessey Brandy per bot. $2.00
Duffy 'a Malt, per bottle. . . .05
Rock-Byo, per quart ... . . . .75
Fort, per bottlo . . . .35
Sherry, por bottle . ... .10
Claret, por bottlo 10
Puritan Belle, por bottlo 50
Mums Extra Dry por pint 2.00
WHISKIES IN THE WOOD.
$4.00 Whisky, 8 yrs. old, per gal.. $3.60
$3.00 Whisky, 1 yrs. old, per gaL.. 2.50
$4.00 Brandies, per gallon 3.50
$3.00 Brandies, por gallon 2.50
Mail orders promptly shipped.
Geo. MB Oiener
208 Markot St.
Cincinnati Union Stock Yards, March
17. lieccipts for tho past L'l hours aro
.is follows: Cultlo !."53; Hogs 1709;
Cattle About stendv and slow. Ship.
pers $0.508.2.r; butcher" sleets, extra
i:7.758, good to choice $7(D7.G5, com
irlon to fair 35.506.75; heifers, extra
;ft7.857.9ll, few fancy, fS, good to
choice $77.05, common to fair JS.fiO
0.75; hoifors, oxtra $7.857.90, few fan
'7 $8, good to uhoico $77.W,
Hulls Easy and slow. Hologna $0.50
(7.25, extra $7.35, fat bulls $7.257.50.
Milch cows ytoadj'.
Calves Strong to 25c higher. Extra
9.50, fair to good $7.50(5)9.25, common
and largo $59.
Hogs Co higher on packors nud
butchers; unchanged and slow on light
Hhippors and plgn. Selected heavy $9
(Trtl.OS, good to cholco paukors and
butchers $8,95((i)9.05, mixed packers
8.853.95 stags $4.757.15.
Sheep 'Extra $5.50, good to choieo
455,40, common to fair $34.75.
LambsExtra $8.158.25, good to
choice $7.'7C8,15, common io fair l6
7.65f clipped lambs $5,507,7C.
Got them now nnd be rontly
wlion tho ground dries. We
havo thorn in hulk only. Sell
you any amount. Our mix
turo is the best to bo had.
By Mail 10c Per Oz.
Iteduco the high cost of living use
Makes mora cups to the pound
than any other brand.
Several grades, lib pkte, lib cans,
steel cub or whole, 30 to 40 cents.
THE E. R. WEBSTER C0.K'
PAILS OF WHITE FISH
PAILS OF FANCY
AND OTHER LENTEN GOODS
J. C. GABLISH
i f f'TtflYflP f -'''w"1"""1' ""'
11 U W IIU. I yo l ihf hratUngt tf ' lie'
, . . .. . ' ; Wnntril," "Situation
lYanttil " " Lott" and bun," and not excttdtn
'nntllnrt (( Irtipt.'t, are FUSt! to all.
" lliilnra Ailrri lWuuitlU Inscrlt'i
UMtUfTi fall to eomrtfm flrit lime, we Invitt a
itaiiy etxttitoiM at are luanry to accure what yen
i ritne or. Il' with udt ertUert to frrt that tho
rt not impijting on ui by uitngour frte column).
4'AiliCTttrt muiit furnlth copy, which can tx
(ft at It ujtct or tent by mail.
rnx i'iml:c lxdiikr,
J'o. 10 Kmt Third Street.
WANTED Itoom for light house-keeping;
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
:il this ot&co.
LADIES Pro shino at Mooro's Shim
I'.lrtnr Wiiillifiailn.. offnrnnnn frmn 9
ti 3 o'clock.
NOTICE I have started a transfer
wngon and all hauling busincs given
me will be fully appreciated. CHAS.
MCCARTHY. All orders left at
Leonard k Lalloy's will bo promptly
attended to. 16-2t
WANTED Laco curtains to laundor.
.Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Koyco
037 Lexington pike.
WANTED TO RENT Flat of four or
11 vo rooms with electric lights. Con
tr.nl part of city preforred. Leavo
word at this office. 14-0t
WANTED To rent from 20 to 30 acres
ot blue grass. L. T. Anderson, Point
nu View Stock Farm. 12-0t
WANTED A good white woman for
housekeeper. Apply at Th Ledger
WANTED Farm work of any kind. B
sober and honest man. Call at Ken
tucky Hotel, Maysville, Ky.
FOIt RENT 0 room cottages and 6
room flats, new, nsat, sanitary, gas,
batb, toilet, hot and cold water, om
floor, tho acme of economy, comfort
and convenience. Excellent location
Fourth and Plum streets. J. M
FOIt SALE Seed com. White dent
Grown season 1912. Sold subject to
germinntion test. A. M. CASEY, R. R.
I. Telephone 401 A ral7-0wki
FOIt SALE Two second-hand organs,
in fairly good condition for Bale,
clioap. Call on Q. W. Royco's resi
dence, 315 Walnut streot. Phono
FARM TOR SALE Well improvod;
37 acres on rural route. 1 miles
from Orangeburg High School. Prico
$1750. Call on or addreis Dr. R. P.
Moody, Maysville, Ky. lMf
FOK 8ALK STEEL UNIT FILING
CABINET, consisting ot Card Index,
Yerticle Letter File, Storage Draw
en. and Cupboard Sections, Sanitary
Buse and Tops. Price low. ROOM
US, Flrit National Dank Building.
FOIt SALE A fine rosewood EMEU
SON Grand Squaro PIANO, excellent
tone, finest make, in good condition,
aud without a blemish. Price reason
able. Call PHONE 383, Maysvlllo.
LOST Child's gold braeeUt with th
letter "I" sngraved thsrson, "either
in the Faitima theatsr Thursday
iilffht or mi Snttta itrMt. Setum to
Ul( Sutton itreet suit reW rtwarl. '
'triiiriiwiffirwriiiMwiiwintrrniiiiiintiwiiWTi r t -rr r 1 nTit n
New SPRING GOODS
Exclusive patterna in Dress Goods of many kinds, the loveliest goods
you have seen in a long time. No ono will bo able to duplicate your dress.
Tho Trimmings aro boyond comparo with anything you have ever seen
in a store in Maysvillo.
Ribbons in endless variety from
styles and widths.
Heo tho lovely uow Foulard Silks.
59c a yard; also more expensive Silks.
Laces, Embroideries, Flouncings, Aliovers, Tunic Laces, &c , in great
variety; many colors.
Beads. Dame Fashion says Beads, and wc have thorn, all styles, colors
and lengths, from 10c up, mostly up.
Of cours you buy your Hosiery and Gloves here, for once a customer
always a customer. In these departments largest stock in this part of Ken
tucky. Our prices on Sheetings, Pillow Oases, Muslins, Long Cloths, Cam
brics, &c , will interest you. An early purchase has given ub this oppor
tunity. April Fashions are hero.
3)esigner is the best Fashion Book, only 10c.
ROBERT L HOEFLICH, "lA11"
Still in the Ring
We Are Not Going to
Leave Maysville. We
Are Here to Stay.
Wo merely wore closing out
tin cxtrn lino of Gua Stoves.
Uomo and see our uurivaled
yoodg and judge for yourself.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS &
116 Sutton Streot.
The Wright Wav
to Smoke Meat.
By usine the Wright Way of
curing meat you can have
the best meat that can possi
bly be produced.
The Wright Way is to use
Wright's Ham Pickle for
making sugar-cured meat ond
then smoke with Wright's
Smoke. For sale by
JOHN C, PECOR
Dtlly t Rionpt Band'
H. 8. ELLIS, Agent
Chesapeake & Ohio
Sabedule efTecttte Not.
SO 1913 Subjeot tootling
TRAINS LKAVK MAYSVILLE. KY
fl:i a.m., 8.3$ a m,,
1-13 p. mdMly
6:30 &. m 8:lfl & m.,
fi UO p.m.. dally, looal.
1M0 p. m., 8:M p. m..
IU'30 m dallv.
9 'Jfln m.( 5:.SO p. m.
7 j) ). m., veek-d&ys.
W WIKOKW. Aifni
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 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 theJTimes.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
5 TiT-KITTTTTTITTYWTTTT??????? Wi
1 1 Unheard-of
I IValues in
h; We are selling Hart, Sclmffnorifc Marx Clothes
";so low that oven the poorest can affuid to woar thera.S
$27.50 SUITS $19.50 1
5 $25.00 SUITS $18.50
$22.50 SUITS $16.50
ALL OVERCOATS SOLD AT ONE-THIRD OFF.
Come in and sop for youwf.
J. WESLEY LEE,
! JfrTrgufiD CLOTHES MAN.
lc to ijl or more a
yard, All colors,
Special bargains in a quality at
IF YOU ARE
Co sample tho very best brands of
Whiskies und Wines your search will
be satisfied the moment you taste the
kinds ne are now offering to our
patrons. Both linesaroezceptionilly
pure and wholesome; in (act, the sort
tnat tbo best physicians recommend
to their sickly and convalescent pa
tients as a tonic and builder-up ot
tho system. Your lv use ought to
have a supply and you can easily af
ford it at our prices
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - KENTUCKY.
altea. First Nntlonl flank UnlldjDC.
Local and Long I Offloe No. US.
Ulitanoe Pnonei ( Keitdenoe No 117,
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
rov u Pi
Sicnd and Market Streets.
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u. ,. .. ' A. .V. V
i, a if if ' y$i ,4jMS
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