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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914.
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TRY Tins ON YOUR
111 tho morning when you first awnko
Boforo you turn yoursolf in bed,
Then count tlto blessings on your head,
Torgivo, forget; call down a bless
ing upon all,
And if you can't do that, stay in bed,
And don't get up at all.
.CRITICALLY ILL AT PORTSMOUTH.
" Friend in this city havo been noti
fied -of tho critical illness of Mrs.
CMary Evans nt her homo in Ports
mouth, 0. Mrs. Evans is a former
Afoll known resident of Msiysville. Her
eliildren are at her bedside and her
death is momentarily expected.
WOMAN'S OLUB MEETING.
The Board of the Woman's Club will
meet Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock
with Mrs. Thomas M. Itussell.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Myer and Mjrs.
1 W. Finnell, returning from Spain,
Via London, arrived at New York ni
tho evening of November -7 on board
tho Lusitania. The steamer was over
crowded and accompanied and guarded
throughout her entire trip by au Eng
lish warship, as tho Lusitania had been
fired on during a former crossing.
They had a very rough voyage, de
layed by rain and fog.
Parcel Post at Miss Emma Luman's
hat shop Friday and Saturday, Deeoie
ber 1 and 5. CHItlSTlAN OIIURCU
Wo have finest line of stationery ever
brought to Maysville. Newest patterns
and styles. Buy a box at Do Nu7ic.
Mrs. C. M. Bowling and two intei
obtiug children of Forest avenue .tie
visiting relatives in Paris this week.
WANTED A thousand bushels of
sound com. L. T. ANDERSON, Point
au View btock Farm. It
Miss Mao llord of Forest avenue
spoudlug a few days with friends
Mr. William Gantley is moving into
his handsome- new home on East Second
City Mission's scrvico tonight at
:'10 o'clock. Dr. Barbour in charge.
' Tho Supremo
Monday after a
two weeks ' recess.
Sco our beautiful lino of Imported
Japanese Baskets. Big rango of styles.
wilt recclvo nt least
Thoro will-bo no solicitation for tick
el subscriptions outside the Masonic
orders. Tho public is cordially invito
to purchase- tickets.
DEATH OF GEORGE EDMONDS,
BROTHER OF MRS. T. NEAL
Goorgo Edmonds, 41, brother of Po
lico Judge Jolt Edmonds of Covington,
died nt his home, 77 West Third M-vot,
Covington, at 'A a. m. Monday, after a
brief Illness. Edmonds was formerly
employed at tho Covington postofilce.
Tuesday, Decombor 29, tho Procooda alven a 'Groat Boost Last Evening
Going to Hoalth Loaguo. j whon Mrs. Stowart Spoko of
' I Plan and Scopo of Hor
The nunual charity ball of tho Ljf(j york
Knights Templar will bo hold this yo.irj
oi. tho night of Tuesday, Decombor 9. J "Tho Women's Kentucky Forward
The proceeds nro to bo gtcn the Movement," the plan to free this conn-
Mason County "Health League, the ty of illiteracy, was given a mngnifi-
Templars guaranteeing that tho League cent start last night nt the Mason coun-
ty court house.
Mrs. Coar Wilson Stowart, the orig
inator of the moonlight school move
ment, now tnkon up under tho banner
and battle cry of the "Woman's Ken
tucky Forward Movemout," was again
horo to speak and Inspire our educators
and tho public to make a successful
war and campaign in favor of universal
Mrs. Stowart Is a charming and force
ful woman, full of magnetism Mid
Kentucky is proud that hor name is
now ringing around tho world as the
beacon light' of education for the
In part Mrs. Stowart said:
" Tho campaign tlint ts bolng waged
against Illiteracy by tho Woman Js
Forward Movement in Kentucky is the
talk of tho day nnd is being watched
with interest by educators in nil parts
of America. Tho campaign is sure f
success and deserves tho praiso of ill
people. Kentucky today stands thl 'd
from tho bottom of tho list in educji
t ion, but tho campaign that is now be
ing waged against illiteracy will bo tin'
means of her taking many strides
toward tho top before 1020. It shoiill
swell tho heart of every citizen of
Kowan county that we, wero the first
to tako tho lead in this, tho greatest
movement that lias over been inaugu
rated in an educational way. Rowan
county no longer is known for its fueds
and lawlessness, but Is known for Us
heroic teachers and its progress in edu
cation." Other speakers wero Miss Yancey,
Mrs. Ross, Prof. Caplingor, Rev. .lohn
Barbour, Stanley F. Reed, and others.
Today's program Includes nn address
by Mrs. Ross at tho high school and this
afternoon at 3, Mr. R. A. Cochran will
address tho First District school. .,
Mr. Edmonds was n brother of "Urs.
T. Nc.il Hubbard of this city. Mr.
and Mrs. Hubbard and little daughter
went down to Covington this morning
to nttend tho funcril.
EVERYTHING FAVORS TOBACCO
Tho warm "wet rains" continue ond
tho past two days' seasonable weather
foi tobacco handling couldn't bo better
if it had been made to order, consc
ijuontly the farmers and tobacco de.ileis
are happy. ' -
Successful openings of tho Kentucky
looso leaf markets are now assured.
There will be plenty of Christmas
money and Hurley Is kins; again.
BEECH HARGIS IS SOME CARVER,
Frankfort, Ky. Nearly five years of
faithful service has earned for Beech
llargis promotion to tho stewardship
of this reformatory hospital. Beach is
tho noted Breathitt county prisoner
who killed his father, Judge Jim
EARLY MORNING BLAZE.
The firo department was called out
this morning at 5 o'clock to extinguish
a blaze nt tho homo of Charles Huron
in tho West End. The firo was caused
by window curtains catching fire from
the kitchen stove. The loss amounts
to about $75.
SILVER TEA FRIDAY EVENING.
Tho Public Ledger is in receipt of
tho following invitation:
You aro cordially invited to a silver
tea given by the Sunday school of tho
Church of the Nativity in tho parish
room, Friday, December 4, from 7 to
9 p. m.
Don't forget that we are headquar
Remington, Winchester, Parker, L.
0. Smith, La Fewer, Stevens and. all
All gauges, 10, 12, 16 and 22's.
Hunting Coats, Leggingsj Gun Cases
and all hunting accessories.
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Don't forget, too, thaKwith every $i cash
purchase you stand a chance of getting either that
Touring Car or Runabout that we arc going to
eive away next year. Get in line.
OUR GENUINE NEW CROP
iftcw Orleans molasws his Just trri
HERE AND THERE
It Jtu hro fricnii ililtln yon, r II you r
folnf on ' 'ill. pi tin drop ui a
not .a that ttlecl.
Miss INnnnie Howard returned
her homo in Cincinnati yesterday ac
companied by Miss Clarice Gcttes on a
Itev. A. F. Felt, leaves this mom
ing for Augusta where ho will join
his family. They will return the lat
ter part of the week.
Miss llasscll liramel returned home
Sunday aftor spending a delightful
Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs.
Warren "Wilkinson of Cincinnati.
Mrs. It. Slngoter and daughter have
leturnod to their homo in Cincinnati
after a visit to tho former s slstor,
Mrs. Goorgo Pitcher of East Second
Mr. Thomas Wallace has returned to
the Ohio Mechanical Institute at Cin
cinnati after a few days' visit to his
paronts here, Mr. and Mrs. James 'A.
Wallace, of Forest avenuo.
Mrs. Frank Smith of East Second
street, and daughtor, Mrs. II. 11. lien-
dersou of Fcrnloy, Ncvad't, spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Itoynolds of Stanford, Ky.
IMiss Bolla Withers has returned
homo aftor a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Lewio Aloxandor at Brooksvlllo and
friends in Mnysvlllo. Mr. and Mrs.
Aloxandor camo to spend Thanksgiving
in Lexington, bringing Miss Holla
Withers and Mr. James Threlkeld in
tholr motor car. Loxington Leader,
ENJOYABLE GATHERING AT MRS.
A tacky and a masquorado party was
given to Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Car
pontor Friday evening by tho Misses
Iva and Florenco Carpenter, Mr. Gus
Lynn Tollo and Mr. Irvln Carncntor.
Tho prlzo was won by Mr. Frank Car
penter, ho representing a 10-yoar old
'girl. An oxqulslto tlmo was had by
ovory ono and refreshments wero
served nt 11:30 o'clock. Thoso pres
ent wero Mildrod Loo, Olllo Tollo, Mit
tlo Kyle, Ethel Roo, Edith Kyle, Edith
Tucker, Mario Brodt, Lolzotto Brodt,
Iva nnd Florenco Carpontcr, Laura
Crosby, John It. Tollo, Raymond Tollo,
Andrew Byron, 'Leonard Kylo, Irvon
Carpontcr, Gus Tolle, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Frank and Sam Carpontor, Mr, nnd
Mrs. John Byron, Mr. and Mrs. WilHo
Roo, Mr. nmt Mrs. 0. A, Kyle, Mr. and
Mrs, Orval James and ion Claudo,
THE QUALITY Frandfes Byron, Mary LouUo Curpautorj
Coal, West Virginia Lit 1 Coal
It has been the General Opinion that GOOD CO). Imlcl not be
had from the Railroads. You can get any grade of C 1, you want
by Rail. We have started with the BEST that can be Id from the
MINES and we will always sell the BEST GRADES. ll guarantee
your Satisfaction. Remember, you can get the, BEST frol' us just as
CHEAP as you can cet a cheaper crad; from others. A T.'Jkl ORDER
will convince YOU.
And Remember, we are leaders in
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
and we have the Largest and Best Equipped Planing MILIyjin North
eastern Kentucky. Your Satisfaction Guaranteed on every I Purchase
made from us.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limostone Sts. Phono 519. MAVSVILSiE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin.
L. N. Bkhan.
Charles A. Stevenson With His Orig-
inal Cast At tho Fastimo
"Shore Acres" is n drama written
around and about the sea coast. It is
tho first picture of the AIco program
to bo shown. It is needless to say as
to tho reputation of this great play and
player as both are as Well known among
tho theater public as the face of the
man in tho moon. "Shore Acres"
has boon a wonderful stage success
for tho past ton years In Now York,
Chicago and throughout tho world
Tho book has been rend by thousands
and Charles A. Stevenson is ono of
tho most populnr actors of stageland
today, Tho book is a masterpiece of
.lainos A. Heme, and is a story that
will appeal to one's higlier nature.
It is a true Xew England classic.
Tho management has secured the
Alco program and it will bo shown
every Wednesday . Don't fail to see
CHRISTIAN CHURCH BAZAAR.
Doors open at 10 o'clock, Friday
morning, iDecembcr 4, at Miss Emma
Luman's hut shop. 'Bo on hand.
Everything new, attractive and stylish.
Magazine subscriptions make splen
did Xinns presents. Place order with
Parcel Post department costs you
cents n present. Oh, meet me there!
COMING TUESDAY lijGHT
The UihcidnfTcr-Skibinsky Company,
a rare combination of brillinnr, musical
talent, consisting of Madame Graco Hall
RiheldafTor, ono of the greatest Ameri
can sopranui, Aloxandor Von Sbinsky,
noted Hussion violinist, and Ilhrold A.
Loring, tho accompanicst, whoj is woll
known because of his appointment by
President IJoosovolt to study thl) music
and folk-loro of the North American In
dians. The combination of tho talent of
theso throo has produced whnt is un
questionably ono of tho finest Musical
organisations in America. IMservcd
seats at Williams Drug Store.
Tho marringo of Mr. William CUrk
and Miss Rose Holtman was solemnized
last Wednesday morning nt St. Mnry's
church, Dayton, O., Rov. Father O. B.
Auor odiciutlng. The groom is a sun
of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, former
ly of Maysvlllo, and ho ban tho con
gratulations and best wishes of his
many friends here.
Tho rovlval nt Trinity hold by Rev.
A. F. Feltz closed Sunday ovcuing with
twelve conversions to the church,
Wickliffo Rose, chairman of tho
Rickefeller War Reliof Commission, re
ported that tho need for additional
uiplics for the B(l'p'ans was nHfU
Loose Leaf Kodak Albums.
Three caseEi of Dolls from Germany cheaper
The best line of Pictures ever shown by us.
. r. KACKLEV & CO.
WILLIAMS' COUGH SYRUP
A pleasant and reliable leraedy for Coughp,
Uolds, Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough,
Difficult Breathing, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore
Throat and all affections of ihe pulmonary organs.
An absolutely safe remedy for old and young.
Af Fm WILLI AH1 S drug store
D. HECHIISIGER & CO.
Maysville's Biggest and Bast
Clothing and SweStare
Whilst at this writing you may not need an Overcoat, the chances are that before this
goes in print you may neiUl one badly. A recent purchase- from a manufacturer overloaded on
account of the unpreceditntcd mild Fall, we secured some rare bargains in Balmacaans,
among them a garment wij are selling at ijilC.OO that is absolutely worth .$23.00. A number
of you have noticed on o'lr customers the Balmacaan we are selling at $12.50, the most stal
ling bargain of the seasoin We closed out the last the manufacturer had left; they will be
here Wednesday. Overcoats we show at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 deserve your
We have received some new style Mackinaws for the Youngsters.
In our Juvenile Department we show quite a big line of Suits, Overcoats and Balmacaans
ranging in price from $3.50 up. The best Work Coats in the State. Price $2.50.
D lEHSCE-iXJSTGr-EIR, &, CO.
Usoful presents it will not take long to make nor much
money hero to buy tho "makings" here. Gifts thnt can be
made of Lace or Embioidory combined with net, chiffon, silk,
handkerchief linen or batiste.
Collar and Cuff Sots.
Baby Carrlago "Covers and
Baby Dresses, Petticoats, Caps.
Boudoir Robes1 and Caps.
AND $25 NOT FAR
when represented by our Suits at tho latter price. Many of our
$.5 suits aro copies of exponsivo imported models. And tho copy
is not so fur apart from tho original in appoaranco as ono might
think. Wo havo aomo wonderful suit values for $25. Choapoi
onostoo, down to $15.
Coats For Girls
Fabrics of courso tho best in tho world, correctly cut and
tailored porfectly. Sizes 2 to 15. Prices $2 to $10.
YOU'LL FIND THEM HERE
tho Silk Stockings your Christmas list demands.
If, as women say, "silk stockings aro tho nicest gifts," im
ngino what a royal welcome theso will receive.
So small they would almost go thro' a ring and each pair
in a pretty Christmas box. Stockings for harder service aro also
hero in variety. Men's silk socks also daintily boxed with Christ
mas Cards inclosed.
Women's silk Hosiery 25c to $1.
Men's Silk Hosiery 25c to $1.
Women's Cotton aud lislo Stockings 15c to 50c. Mon's
12V4C to 50c. Children's 10c to 35c.
A special display of Christmas Hosiery, boxed and unboxed
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Como in to seo our attractive line, and mako your selections
while styles and sizes aro unbroken.
i DECEMBER'S DELUSIONS
T. begin witb, the very name, is misleading: It ia not the tenth month ae its name would imply, but the twelfth.
Thai'w beauso the year used to begin with tho vernal equinox in! March, but timoa havo changed since thon in moro
rn-pec's ihm ono. The most deadly doluaion of all, howovor, iaUhe impression some people havo that they can put
off huin heavy goods until aftor Ohristmaa. To poraist in thatjidoa ia to mako ready for sponding tho samo holiday
under i ho cypress. Too gravo for amusoment, isn't it? j
I Can You Afford To Do It?
" Itight now wo are showing some wondorful values in Cotton and Wool Blankets, Comforts and Biby Blankota.
From 49c-o $7.50
A'flo tho best value over offured in a Bene
lobe, roadv-mado at. $2.50 in various colors and sizos.
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