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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1914.
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W' CHARITY BALL
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MR. WILLIAM C. PELHAM .
Knights Templar To Havo a Swell Time pormcr Maysvlllian, Died At Knoxvllle
At Their Templo Tomorrow
I-IRST BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
Tho Sunday school of tho First Bap
tist church elected tho following officers
for tho coming year:
Suporlntcndcnt-Ben II. Greenlee
Assistant Superintendent James Ro
don. Secretary Margaret Smith.
Treasurer W. It, Warder.
Librarian Harold Capllhgor.
Chorister Arthur Munzing.
Birthday Secretary Marion Power.
rianist Mrs. II. C Barnes
Assistant Pianist Luella Greenlee.
Tho reports of tho year's work show
that tho school has mado tho greatest
record of prosperity in its history. Tho
attendance increased C2 over last year;
tho missionary collection amounted to
over $300 in seven months.
The B. Y. P. U. elected tho follow
President William B. Baldwin.
Vice President Lucy Smith.
Sccrotary Margaret Smith.
Assistant Secretary Anna Boll Nail.
Treasurer-' Marion Power.
Pianist Mrs. II. C. Barnes.
Assistant rianist Luella Greenlee.
Violinist Harold Cnplinger.
Tomorrovwovonitig will bo given tho
nnnual charity ball In tho spacious
quarters of tho Knights' Templar.
Tho grand march will start at 0
o'clock. All dancers nro requested by
tho (wimmittnn to bo nresentat that
Tho music will bo furnished by
Weber's Orchestra of Cincinnati. Tho
luncheon will bo served by Trnxcl of
While no subscriptions have been so
licited, tho public is cordially invited
to participate in the entertainment.
Tenn., Sunday and Will Be Burled
THE RIGHT WAY
Tho Travollng Men of This City Will
Cut Out Banquet and Glvo the
Money To Help tho Needy.
BEOEIVED 48,000 CANS OF SALMON
VIA PANAMA CANAL.
Tho M. C, Russell Company has tp
ceived two carloads, 48,000 cans, of
t salmon direct from Alaska, via the I'a
nama canal and New York City, thence
to Maysvillo over the C. & O. This is
ho first consignment to reach here from
Alaska and one of tho largest over re
ceived by an Ohio alley firm.
"All Abonrd For Dixie," Mr. L-iw
renco Frost in K. of P. Minstrel.
The United Commercial Travelers of
this city formerly had their nnnual
banquet at this timo of tho year. But
this year they decided to contribute tho
cost of the banquet to the poor of Mays
villo. Wliito nil., mltn is sfnal. it is given Ml
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tho samo spirit as If it was much larger.
Wo hope samo will bo thankfully re
ceived. .T. D. MUSK,
J. 11. DAULTON,
It. C. POLL1TT,
A tolecram was received hero yester
day announcing tho dentil of Mr. Wil
liam O. Pelhnm, at Knoxvllle, Tonn.,
early Sunday morning.
Mr. Pclhnin was n former resident of
this city and was for a numbor of yems
County Surveyor of Mason county. Ill-
was Past Great Sachem of Wyandotte
Tribe, I. O. H.-M., Past Giand ol
Do Kalb Lodge. I. O. O. P., Past Chief
Patriarch qf Pythian Encampment No.
I), I. O.JO. P., and was, a member of
Friendship of Robecca nnd Llmestono
Lodge, K. of T., of this city.
Ho was survived by ono son, Mr.
'William Louis Pelhnm of this city, nnl
three dnughtcrs, Miss Jano Pclham of
Los Angeles, (Jul., Miss" Helon Pelhnm
ami Mrs. George Booth, both of Chi
cago, 111. Mr. Louis Pelhnm was at his
father's bedside at tho time of h s
Tho remains will arrive on C. & O.
train No. 4 tonight nml will
bo interred in tho Maysvillo cometory
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock, -ho
services being under the auspices of U
Kalb Lodge, J. O. O. F.
PQAI West Virgin!
-Vj! Lump Coal !
It has been tho gonoral opinion that GOOD COAL could not bo had from
tho railroads. You can got any grado of COAL you want by rail. Wo havo
started with tho BEST that can bo had from tho MENES and wo will always
sell tho BEST GRADES. Wo guarantco your satisfaction. Romember, you
can get tho BEST from us Just aB cheap as you can got a choaper grado
from others. A TRIAL ORDER will convinco YOU.
And romombor, -wo aro leaders ln LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL
and wo havo tho Largest and Best Equipped Planing MILL in Northeastern
Kentucky. Your Satisfaction Guarantood on every Purchaso mado from us.
The MASON LUMBER CO. Inc.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sis. Phone 519 MAYSVILLE, KY,
L. N BEHAN.
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LEADING Tlf ERS TUl West sccona ai.
A. A. M'LAUGHLIN.
New York, December 2S. Tho Toy
Spaniel Club of America opened it
twelfth annual show at tho Waldorf
Astoria today. There was no placo for
an ordinary dog in tho exhibition. A
lino of bluo blooded canino ancestors
v.i9 the only ticket ,that insured ad
mittance. Ono of tho most admired of
the many dogs benched at tho opening
was tho Maltose terrier, champion
Sweet Sir of Dyker, which is,jjald ,o
bo tho highebt priced dog'bf its breed
in tho world.
NEARLY $30,000 WAS FIRE LOSS
On Holiday Goods.
Diaries and Blank Books for 1915
J. T. Kackley & Co.
Mr. II. C. Pollltt of this city, now
visiting with his family at Vancebnrg,
sent The Ledger tho following facts
about tho recont firo there. The lossos
Opera house, with Charles Ham
monds' drug and jewelry store
under opera house
Value of building $ 0,H10
Hammond stock 10,000
J. W. Cox, grocery
No insurance, total loss.
Gus Voicr's shoo store, stock
Room ow ncd by A'oiers
J. R. B.vrloy, moving picture
.1. II. Pugh, goneral store, dam
ages by moving and loss of
X. H. Pisher & Son, loss of hard
ware .' . r'
Total loss $20,000
Was Quito a Busy Ono In Police Court
Saturday Eight Cases
Saturday was Judge Whitakcr's
busy day in Police Court, it being the
day after Christmas, and ho disposed
of the following enses: ,
Charles Ynrnnll, Carlton Dora and
Bud Barnott wero fined $2.".."0 each on
charges of gambling.
Dick Watts, James Hasson and
Jiimos Ramsey, plain drunks, were fined
Hattio Smith, for loitering, was fined
Carl Hull, for petit larceny, was held
over to tho grand jury in the sum of
Stated meeting Maysvillo Lodgo No
52, P. & A. M., tonight at 7 o'clock
Annual election of ofiicors for ensuing
year. A full attendanco desirod.
CLARENCE MATHEWS, S. W.
Fifty people; best local talont. Tick
ets on salo nt J. W .Leo's, G. 11
Piank's and D. Hechlncer's. Benefit
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
WE ARE NOW READY TO RE
OEIVE TURKEYS FOR THE NEW
YEAR'S MARKET BRING THEM
E. L. MANCHESTER PRODUCE CO
Thoro will bo a called meeting of the
W. C. T. U. this afternoon at 2 o'clock
at tho Public Library.
"I'm a Nut," Mr. Uobort Hoefli'
in tho K. of P. Minstrel
COUNTY COURT DAY IN FLEMING.
This is county court day at Flemings
burg and a large number of Maysvillo
stores havo representatives there. PIcuw
iug is a splendid county and her pcoplo
aro among tho best citizenry of tho
Prof. It. J. Bullctt, the violinist, has
as leader of tho Gem orchestra and will
as londer of tho Gem orchestra, and will
bo an added attraction to this popular
play house. ' ,
A CHRISTMAS GREETING; TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, g
H' "My thoughts go out to you, in y friend, this happy Christmas time, M
3 wishing 3011 joy in all your deeds and days, wishing you timo for tho
M task, wisdom for tho work, peace for tho pathway, friends for tho fire- g
" side, and love to tho last." EDWIN MARKHAM.
3 Wo wish to thank our friends and patrons for favors shown, and
oxtend to each our best wishes for a Merry Christmas. H
: M. F. WILLIAMS, Third Street Drug Store
WDLL CALL ON YOU.
An nflicitil demonstrator on home i'.ti
n'tngj showing you how to can and pre
servo your fruits and vegetables per
fectly and lastingly without loss or
spoilage, and according to puro food
standards. Ho is n gentleman', gi e
him an interview.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES I T
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Biggest and Best
Clothing and Stioe Store
Now For Cleaning Up Stock"
BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL SUITS, OVERCOATS, BALMACAANS, MACKINAWS
AND ALL OTHER CLOTHING IN THE HOUSE. THE PRICE TICKETS ARE JUST THE
SAME AS THEY HAVE BEEN, BUT THE "CASH" WILL JROM NOW UNTIL FUR
THER NOTICE BE ANOTHER STORY. COME IN AND GET THE PROPER INFORMA-
BE SURE AND CALL FOR TICKETS WHEN YOU BUY OR FAY YOUR ACCOUNTS.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
The Biggest and Best Clothing, and
Shoo House in Maysville.
WESTERN STARS TO COMPETE.
New York, December 2S. Assoeia
.!., n.,l ..nllo.rn 'iMllptil' ShirS frOUl
many states will strive for national junior national championships.
titles on the track and in the Cold to
morrow night at tho Thirteenth Regi
ment Armory, Brooklyn, whero tho
Amateur Athletic Union will hold its
CONFERENCE ON UNEMPLOYMENT.
Philadelphia, Pa., December 28. The
problem of tho unemployed is to bo ox
haustivelv discussed at the eighth an
iiual convention of thet American Asso
ciation for Lalior Legislation, which
met here today for a two day session
The attendanco at tho opening session
included delegates appointed by Gov
ernors of nearly all tho states, to
gether with many public officials, cm
plovers of labor, representatives of la
bor organisations, scholars nnd business
Itoligious services wero held at the
County Infirmary jesterday afternoon.
At tho eloso of tho services presents
were distributed uinoiig the inmates
DIARD3S FOR 1915
J. T. KACKLEY 8s CO
MASON COUNTY COURT.
Jamos M. Collins was appointed com
mitten to Amanda Lewis, colored, and
INFANT CHILD DIES.
Hear B. H,
young tenor, in K.
Tho infant sou of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
f'ullmi lin1 Rnf nnliiv mnrnin!f at 11
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Greenlee, Maysville's he qualified as such with James F. Wai- o'clock and was buried in Washington
. T TlTi..l tnn no ollrnfv nil linml. ceilieiOrv yesieruuy iiiii-muuu.
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Dressos, Skirts and Blouses
OPEN BANK FOR NEEDY POOR.
We wish you
a Happy and
New York, December 2S. To roscue
unfortunate victims from loan sharks
is the chief aim of a bank for tho poor
which began oporntions in this city to
day under tho name of tho Industrial
Pinanco Corporation. Tho concern is
backed by a group of wealthy and in
fluential mon who propose to establish
n numbor of similnr institutions in
other largo cities. Tho plan is to lond
small sums of money without security
and nt low interest to any honest wage
oarner who can provo tho money is for
a worthy purposo.
COATS $71-2 TO $19 1-2 Chincillas, scibelines,
.serge and chevoits in dark colors and practical winter
DRESSES $5 TO $181-2, Silk, serge, or satin and
serge combined. Also i few attractive party frocks.
SUITS $5 TO $18 1-2 riain tailored and more elab
orate models in black .and colors, many good styles,
warmly lined and interlined.
SEPARATE SKHtTS $2.98 TO $71-2 Black and
colors in plain and mixed fabrics. Tunic, yoke and
straight pleated effects.
DRUGGIST CHARGED WITH THIR
Middlebury, Vt., Deccmbor 23. Ac
cused of responsibility for tho deaths
of nioro than a dozon persons, Dr. Don
A. Bisbeo, a druggist of tho town of
Bristol, was arraigned iu court today
for trial on a chargo of manslaughter.
Bisbeo is under iudlctmout on four
churges of manslaughter in connection
with tho deaths of 13 men, who aro ak
leiied to havo been poisoned by wood
alcohol contained inllnuor purchased at
his drug store.
A HAPPY AHD UP W VP A U
BLOUSES 39c TO $2.98 Including-lawn, voile,
lace, satin, silk and chiffon, attractively made.
AVe can't give details because there arc scarcely two
garments alike in the entire collection.
Besides the bargains mentioned above we are clos
ing out $1.00 gingham dresses for 30c, in 2 to G year
sizes. "Women's flannelette kimonas. Black leather
handbags slightly scarred in the Christmas rush. Wo
men's neckwear that hurried shoppers crumpled but
these pretty collars and vestees suffered no wrong an
ironing can't right.
DR. EOKMAN WEDS HOSPITAL
conso to wed Miss Margaret Rcgina
Macon, ono of tho nurses in his hospital.
rr Tl V Mcknnn. owner of the Cov
ill-ton Geiloral Hospital, Covington, Sat- Get tickets today for tho K. of P.
unlay afternoon secured a marriage li- Minstrel, Friday night
Vol R. Southvvood, aged 34, of Burn
side, Pulnski county, and Miss Dora
Brown, aged 22, of Dovor, wore granted
la marriago license Saturday and wero
married tho samo day at tho homo of -
the brido by tho olliciatlug minister,
Row L. Nicholas.
"In Hebben Settin1 Down," Mr.
Nelson Bratton in K. of P. Minstrols.
Saturday, Jan. 2d, 1915
SMALL BLAZE SATURDAY NIGHT.
Saturday night about C o'clock the
firo dopartmont was called to tho homo
'of Richard Strawdor in East Fourth
street, whero a small firo had started in
tho front part of tho houso, causod by a
dofoctivo fluo. THo firo was extin
guished with chemicals. Damago about
Charles B Thaxtou, aged 24, n farm
er, and Mlss'Tjielnin Orme, gol 21,
both of Itobortsou county, wore unitou
That's the Day When the Big
I Clearance Sale
Starts at the BIG STORE
5 It's Going To Be a "WHOPPER":
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