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ei clous cream cheese filled with Pimento Peppers.
5 Also fine quality SWISS CHEESE.
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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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(Which tho President proposes as a
substitute for national dofonso.)
When Kelly was informed that Burlco
was hunting for a rock,
Expressing the desire, tho while, to
knock ofT Kelly's Mock,
He said: "I havo no fear of Burke, he
moans mo ill, of courso,
But I shall overcome him wth a lit
tlo moral force1'
,Now Kelly is reposing on a tidy littlo
With forty-sevon stitches neatly
taken in his head.
City of Maysvillo Wins In McDauiel
Damago Suit Russell Paul In
' ' ' dieted For Wilful Murder
of Sister's Babe.
In the ense of Nnuz against the City
of Mnysvlllo tho plaintiir filed nn
In the case of Am against tho C. &
O. Railway .Company tho defendant
filed its answer.
In the case of 0. W.McDnniel against
llie City of Maysvillo, the court gave
peremptory Instructions for tho defend
ant. The grand jury returned the follow
' Russell I'aul, wjlful murder.
George Thomas and Hansom Brown,
grand larceny, three counts.
Charles Martin, cutting with intent
" to kill.
x 'Madison 'Bennett, pointing deadly
' James Dcicmbly, carrying conceal
cd and deidly weapon.
Madison Beckett, sanio charge.
Elmer Walking, samo charge.
V Stanley Willett, gelling liquor with-
out license, two counts.
Bench warrants were ordered issued
"'for Rnssoll Paul and his bond placed nt"
$2j00l); also for Bennett, Descmbly,
Beckett, Watklns and Willett, and their
bonds placed nt $100 each. The bond ol
Charles Martin was placed at fllOO.
THANKED MRS. T. M. RUSSELL.
The- officers of the Health League
hereby extend tlmnl.s to Mrs. T. M.
Itnssoll, chairman, and all tho ladios
who rendered such efficient services on
Christmas presents in Mandolins;
Guitars, Violins and Music Stands at
O 'Keef o's.
' WANTED Copies of yesterday's
Ledger. Leave at th'iH office.
Glance Down the Cine
English Jewel Cases
English Riding Birdies
Come and see the beautiful lino of English goods wo'aro
selling for a mere song. Beautiful Pockotbooks, Driving
Bridles, Halters, Jewel Cases, Bill Books, Dog-Leads, Dog
Collars, etc., etc. It's a raro treat just to see them.
YOURS FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS,
SQUARE DEAL MAN.
Fresh 4X Powdered Sugar
Be sure; to call and see our Candy Special. ORANGES cheaper
re tfcan anywhere. tfKRNDELL
BRITISH KINGDOM IS
London, December 17.-According to
an official press bureau statement, 55
met their death in Hartlepool,
while 115 wore wounded by tho shells
of tho German warships yesterday.
TRAGIC MISERY ENSHROUDS BEL
GIUM. Tragic misery enshrouds all Belgium,
says tho roport of Theodoro Waters, who
has just returned from tho war-stricken
laud. Aid from tho United States is
tho only liopo of tho pcoplo, lie says.
(Ashland Independent.) v
Tho opening of Federal Court In Cat
lettsburg brought 30 now prisoners to
.failer DoBoard, which brings his total
list of prisoners up to 75. Catlottsburg
is filled with pcoplo attending court,
and this is said to bo ono of the larg
est attended sessions of Federal Court
over held in tho Gate City. The docket
is unusually large, but Judge Cochran
is pushing tho work and disposing of
tl'ii cases as rapidly as possible.
District Attorney Thomas D. Slattery
i on hand as chief prosecutor.
BASKET BALL TONIGHT.
Basket ball tonight nt the high school
gymnasium. Paris High School versus
Mnysvlllc High School.
Everybody come, for this will he one
of tho fastest games of tho season.
See Sehntzmann's for nico ehina and
glassware; fine lamps or Wear-Ever
Hunt's ad. will interest you.
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. Yostorday was- turkey. da juinrMaya
ville. Tho E. L. Manchester i'roduco
Company alono received 3,000 birds.
This firm will receive 1,500 moro tur
Tho Manchester Company will slaugh
ter a total of 3,000 turkeys for tho
Christmas holidays, tho killing, season
closing this week.
One drovo yesterday contained COO
Sparks Ss Company received 700 tur
A now and complete lino of Christ
mas gifts, 10c to $15.00, at tho M. -A.
Swift Drug Storo. Christmas Tags and
seals froo with each purchase.
Bo sure to read Hunt's ad. today.
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Casseroles ' .
Roger's 1847 Silver Knives,
Forks and Spoons
Salad Forks '
Butter Knives "
Aluminum Knives and Forks
Miucemeat ia the very best. OY-
Woro Total Sales Hero Yesterday
Market Continues Strong
Average Above $9,00.
While tho tobacco received on tho
local market Thursday was largely of
" inferior type, being principally
'" ops or tho lower rails of the
'urBur "l's l"u .!, cuiiuui
steady and some good prices woro real
i?ed, as tho following summnry wil!
Pounds sold 23,890
High prico $17.25
Low prico 3.30
Aorago - . ,0.39
Offerings medium. in quality. Tho
market displayed a much firmer tone.
Tho last salo beforo Christmas will
bo hold'uoxt Wednesday, tho 23d, and
tho first salo after Christmas will bo on
Tuesday, tho 20th. This was decided
at a meeting of tho Tobacco Board of
Trado held Thursday afternoon.
All tho warehouses will bo open to
receive tobacco, however, every day
except Christmas and Sunday.
Pounds sold 30,(1 IS
High price -t 18.73
how prico 2.00
Special crops James Ford averaged
$13.61; Collins and .Owens averaged
$11.56; Stephenson nnd Dotro averaged
$10.77; Beckett and Adams averaged
$11.56; Howard and Prathcr averaged
$13.10. Thcso wero all Mason county
crops. A Lewis county crop sold by
A. O. Clary averaged $11.28. Condi
tion of tobacco was good and quality
was fair. The market was strong.
Pounds sold 10,700
Nigh prico $10.75
Low prico 2.10
Special crops Uinton nnd Watson,
1,670 pounds, averaged $13.52; Davis
jnd McKoo, 3,390 pounds, averaged
$12.08; Pepper and Kirk, 1,563 pounds,
avoraged, $12.S0, this was a Fleming
county crop; Carl "Loot of Nicholas
county sold 2,435 pounds nbovc an av
crago of $13.75.
Pounds sold -",785
High price $13.25
Low prico .' 2.50
Farmers and Planters.
Pounds sold 0,810
High prico $13.75
Low prico 3.0C
Pounds sold ' 7,825
Market strong but quality poor.
Colonel C. L, Itosonham and Squire
Dresel continue to improve.
Charles Gates is ablo to sit in a wheel
chair and will be ablo to return to his
homo in a few days.
Elva Crano roturned to his homo in
Fleming county yostorday. Ho is tho
man who had his skull crushed by a
runaway horso ou tho plko near Wo
donia. It looks to The Ledger likothe physi
cians who havo had charge of tho Gates
acd Crano cases havo porformod won
ders in getting tho patients ovor such
SAYS MAYSVILLE SALOONS WILL
CLOSE DECEMBER 31.
Tho saloons will close in Maysville,
Mt. Sterling, Paris, Winchester, Gcogo
town, nnd in fact in all tho counties
which voted dry nt tho recent election.
Tho City Councils of nearly all thoso
cities havo refused to issue Heonso pend
ing tho decision of tho contests nnd tho
saloon men will not try to mandamus
them as it was thought they would.
The Central Presbyterian Sunday
4C-1ioa1 wilf mako its annual donation to
tho Presbyterian Orphanage at Auchor
ago, Ky. All who wish to contribute
will ploaso send to the school or pay
Mr. Hollstoln, It. B. Owens or J. B.
Salo bill of Eftlo Jackson was pro
duced and orqdor filed.
Tho choir of tho Third Street M. E
church meets this evening at 7 o'clock
to practlco thoir Christmas cantata. Tho
Idtlo folks will practico thoir part on
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock Lot
every ono bo present.
Now do tho .wfso thing by seeing
tho ; stock, of Dolliaud Toys and buy-
Coal, West Virginia Lump Coal
It has been the General Opinion that GOOD COAL could not be
had from the Rnilroads. You can get any grade of COAL you want
by Rail. We havti started with the BEST that can be had from the
MINES and we will always .sell the BEST GRADES. We guarantee
your Satisfaction. Remember, you can get the BEST from us just as
CHEAP as you can get a cheaper grade from others. A Trial ORDER
will convince YOU.
And Remember, we are leaders in
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
and we have the Largest and Best Equipped Planing MILL in North
eastern Kentucky. Yoitr Satisfaction Guaranteed on every Purchase
made from us.
The Itlason Lumber Co. "-
Cor. Socond and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A. MoLaughlin. L. N. Bkhan.
Killed Fifteen School Children In
London, Deccmbor 17. A majority
of the victims at Hartlepool woro wo
men and children. Fifteon school child
ren wero killed by a single shell, only
ono boy iu a group escaping. Ten .per
sons wero killed by tho collapse of a
building in which they hnil taken shel
ter. One shell damaged a building five
miles from shore.
M,rs. Anna O'Neal of East Fifth
street w.is born In ilnrtlepool and has
manv relatives there now.
PAUL CORYELL LANDS JOB.
Washington. Two ICentuckians wero
appointed to positions in Washington.
One is Arthur Mooro of Martin county,
who has obtained" n clerkship in tho
Interstate Commerce Commission. Tho
other is Paul Coryell of Mason county,
who was appointed to bo a watchman
in tho Department of Agriculture.
Young Coryell is n son of Mrs. Nancy
Coryell of this city, and a brother of
W C, Coryoll of Washington, D. C.
BIG FIRE AT POTTSVILLE.
Pottsville, Pa., December 17. Fire in
tbe business section of Pottsvillo early
todny wiped out property valued at.
you're still in doubt about that
read Hunt's ad.
Gowns $1.00, corset covers 50c. Each garment in
holly box. Boudoir caps, 50c, 75c.
Neckwear for women, vestecs, collars, sets 25c, 50c,
Handbags of many shapes and varied leathers, 50c to
$8.50. You will find some interesting price re-arrange-ments
in this line.
Silk, lisle and cotton hosiery for men and women in
great variety. Some boxed with pretty Christmas card,
Turkish or buck guest towels, new designs, 25c, 50c.
A most attractive assortment of jewelry individually
boxed, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Aprons of every sort. Bibbed and bibless. Sheer white
-G-IFTS FOR EVERYBODY
All the now books nt $1.19. This includes "Eyes of
tho World," "Black Is White," "Penrod," "Saturday's
('fold," etc, etc.
Alger Books, Boy Scout Books, 10c.
Mutt and JdiT Books. All tho good cartoons of Fisher,
Men's and Ladies', 98o to $0.00.
Fancy Table Covers, Tray Covers, etc., 25c to $10.00.
"Holeproof" Silk Sox, 3 pair in n box, $1.50.
Ladies' Silk Hoso, extra quality, $1. pair.
Dainty "White Aprons, something new, 25c.
Crib Blankets, 50c.
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RED CROSS CHRISTMAS
FUNERAL OF MR. EDWARD MYALL
Tho funeral of tho lato Edward My
a'l was held from the residenco of his
daughtor, Mrs. W. W. Ball, at 10:03
this morning. Services by Row A. V.
Stahl of tho Christian church.
Interment in Maysvillo cemetery.
The pall bearers wero Goorgo II.
Frank, F. H. Clarke, J. E. ThrclkoM,
J. T. Kackley, J. G. Wadsworth, It. .1.
Thoro was a very largo crowd pres
ent to pay tho final tribute of respect
to ono who fully proved his loyalty, in
tegrity and goodness in his daily walk.
Toys and Dolls at John O'Keofo's.
0. HECHINGER & GO.
IN ANTICIPATION OF THE CHARITY BALL AND OTHER DANCES FOLLOWING IT, WE HAVE
PROVIDED FOR YOU AN ELEGANT LINE OF DRESS SUITS, WHITE AND FANCY DRESS VESTS,
DANCING PUMPS, GLOVES, IsEOKWEAR, DRESS SHIRTS AND ALL MANNER OF ACCESSORIES
TO A GENTLEMAN'S DRESS WEAR.
WE ARE GRATIFIED THAT MANY OF OUR PEOPLE ARE COMING IN AND BUYING CHRIST
MAS GIFTS. REMEMBER, ALL YOU BUY HERE IS PRACTICAL, USEFUL AND AT THE SAME TTME
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL BATH ROBES AND HOUSE COATS
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR STOOK OF LEATHER GOODS. WE ARE SELLING LOTS IN THIS DEPARTMENT.
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Joysl Toys! Toys!
NKVER BEFORE HAVE WE MARKED OUR GOODS AS LOW TO
MEET THE MOST EXACTING DEMANDS.
PLEASE LOOK US OVER AND WE WILL MEET YOUR NEEDS.
AS LONG AS THEY LAST, WITH EVERY .$1 PURCHASE, OR
OVER, OFvCIIRISTMAS GOODS, WE WILL GIVE A GAME OF BASE-'
BALL. VALUE 23c.
. T. KACKLEV & CO.
WILLIAMS' COUGH SYRUP
A pleaBnnt and reliable remedy for Coughs,
Colds, Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Cougb,
Diflicult Breathing, Adtbuia, Bronchitis, Sore
Throat and all affections of the pulmonary organs.
An absolutely safe remedy for old and yonng.
M. F. WILLIAMS '"'"S&gZ
SOLD WHEAT AT $1.10 A BUSHEL.
Mr. J. R. Davis of Lynnwood Dairy
Farm sold and delivered his crop of
S00 bushels of wheat to J. C. Everett
& Company at $1.10 per bushol. This
is a good prico and it pays to raiso
it at that.
Dono your Christmas worrying yot?
lawn and sturdy Aruoskeage gingham, 25c, 50c.
Inexpensive but useful little articles at the fancy
goods counter, pincushions, darning and manicure sets,
jewel boxes, etc., 10c to 50c.
Ours is tho largest dress goods department in town.
Prices 25c to $2.50 a yard.
Handkerchiefs laundered very soft, one-corner em
broidered designs in varied-new patterns, 10c to 50c. Hem
stitched, medium and narrow Items, sheer pure linen, 5c to
50c. A pretty line of 25c embroidered linen, mussed from
use in window display reduced to 15c. A limited assort
ment of white handkerchiefs with colored borders re
duced to 10c from 25c.
Men's handsome silk scarfs, each in separate box,
50c. Boy's scarfs, 25c.
You will find a big stock here for your selection with,
"beforo war prices" on samo. $3.98 to $40.00.
Comb and Brush Sots and all the manicuring toilet
articles. Sets $3.98 and $4.98.
For men, boys, girls; ladies, babies, 59c to $1.50 .
"Duntloy" Vacuum Cleaners at reduced prices. The
best one made, now $6.95.
Sani Qcnic Mops, $1.25.
"Melba " Toilet Water. All tho refreshing odo'rs, 75o.
Special Reduced Prices
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Rector Cordroy, aged 23, and Miss
Henrietta Pabst, aged 20. Both par-
J 20. Both pnr---v"!?W,:
k'er neighborhood... St-ijiy
;ed 24, and Miss '-
tics reside in tho Dove
Columbus Lowo, aged
Margio Zona Howe. Both parties re
side in this county.
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Snoe SJnro
Baskets. 39o to$1.98.
on Suits anl Coats.
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