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We have never assembled a more attractive line
of Christmas goods than we are showing this year.
We have marked the goods at prices that will appeal
to the most critical. Call and see what we have to
show. Our price is low.
STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING
UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS
Somo men are always being stung,
r And to hard luck aro prone;
But any man who holds his tongue,
Is suro to hold his own.
i ' Luko McLuko.
MEETING OF OKLAHOMA BAR AS
Tulsa, Okln., December 28. Tho an
nual meeting of tho Oklahoma Stnto
Bar Association, which opened horo to
day with a largo and representative at
rtondnnco, will bo devoted largely to
tho discussion of proposed changes in
wtho system of couits and court pro
cedure in Oklahoma. Tho annual ad-
dress beforo tho eonontion will be de-.
hvcred by Judge Roberts Walker of
New York City.
BLUE GRASS EDITORS IN SESSION.
Louisville, Ky., Dccombor 2S. Lou-,
isville is entertaining for two d.iys the
annual midwinter meeting of tlio Ken
tucky Press Association. The opening I
session will bo held at the Hotel Henry
Wnttcrson this afternoon, with l'rcsi
dent James 11. Lemon in the elitiir.
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Wood row Wilson, President of tho
United Stntes, born at Staunton, Va.,
53 years ago today.
William E, Chandler, formor Secre
tary of tho Navy, und for ninny, years a
United States Senator, born at Concord,
N. H., 79 years ago today.
Samuel II. Piles, former United States
Senator from Washington, born iu Liv
ingston county, Kentucky, CO years ago
Congressman Prank 11. Willis, Governor-elect
of Ohio, born at Lewis Center,
O., 43 years ago today.
Joseph M. Brown, former Governor of
Georgia, born at Canton, Ga., 03 years
ago today t
Horace D. Taft, well known educator
and brother or former President Wil
linm 11. Taft, bom at Cincinnati, 53
years ago today.
Perry Belmont, noted capitalist and
former United States Minister to Spain,
born in New York, C3 years ago today.
John J. Whitacrc, Representative in
CongresH of tho Eighteenth Ohio Dis
trict, born at Decatur, Neb., 51 years
John P. Henry, catcher for the
Washington American League baseball
tram, bom at Amherst, Mass., 20 years
NEWS FORECAST FOR THIS WEEK.
THE MARKET CLOSED WEDNESDAY WITH THE
having tho largost sale. Wo sold 152,520 pounds at an average of
$9.17, which was exceptionally fine, considering tho quality of tobacco
that was offered for salof
Good tobacco is bringing top prices quite a few baskets bringing
from 1734 to 21V2.
Get your tobacco in good shape, bring to tho Central Warehouse,
and wo will do the rest to ploaso you.
Wo will receive tobacco during tho holidays, as our houso Is al
Sales start again TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29th.
Co-jie and see us.
i The Central Warehouse Go.
RED LETTER SPECIAL SALE!
Guaranteed Enameled Ware
jnOCEl A Sio Carving Set will be given away to the customer
rivCCi presenting the largest total of RED LETTER TAGS
representing the largest aggregate purchase of QUALITY BRAND
WARE during this RED LETTER SALE.
Values up to 81.50 for only 69c each during this sale.
Values up to 25c specially priced at only 9c while this sale lasts.
We Wish All a
HAPPY NEW YAfi
4nd Guarantee Same To Those Who Sell
Their Tobacco at the
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Washington. December 28. The!
House will re assemble at noon Tuesday
and will at onco rosunio work on the
appropriation measures wnoro it loft off
when adjournment was tnliou for tho
Christmas holidays last Wednesday.
As already aiinouueod, thero will lie
no New Year reception at tho Wliito
House noxt Friday. Tho diplomatic
breakfast, auother of tho leading New
Year features in tlio past, also will be
omitted this year. Neither will tlioro
bo any New Yoar receptions at tlio
homes of tho cabinet mem'bors, for the
sanio reasons, becauso of tlio White
ilouso mourning and tho obstacles
which tlio war presents to tho usual
friendly mingling of European diplo
The l'auama-Californin Exposition at
Sau Diego, for which preparations hae
been going forward for more than two
yeais, will becomo an accomplished fact
at midnight Thursday when President
Wilson at Washington will pron a but
ton which will act as a signal for the
first illumination of the buildings and
grounds. The formal opening will take
place tlio next day in tlio proseco of
many distinguished gucsts.
I'rlday is the day fixed for the com
iug into operation in Arizona or the
two much discussed laws adopted at the
re"ont election ono calling -.- state
wide prohibition and tho other pro
viding that SO per cent of tho em
ploves in all business where vo or
more persons aro employed shall be
Tho first day of tho New Yoar will
be inauguration day iu New York,
Michigan, Idaho and sevearl other
state, whoa Goornors and othor state
omVi.iN elected iu No ember will bo in
.stalled iu ollico.
Mew Year's day will be celebrated at
'n.idcun with tho twenty-ninth annual
tournament of rooi. The tournament
this ear is expected to be the most
elaborate Moral display ever seen in this
The I'nited States Safety League, the
object of wliii h will bo to convince
Vmeric.uis of tho unprepareduess ol
tl is nation for war, is to be organized
at a conference to bo held in Chicago
the first of tho week.
An assemblage that is expected to be
the greatest gathering of scientists that
ever took place in tho United Stnto
will coueno Monday at the Unhorsity
of Pennsylvania. The occasion will be
the sixty sixth annual meeting of the
Aiueric-in Association for tho Advance
ment of Science. Twelve learned so
eioties of national scope have indicated
their intention to meet in allilintion
with tho association.
Numerous other learned and educa
tional bodies will tako advantago of
the holiday vacation to hold their annu
al meetings iu various parts of tho
country. Tho American Historical As
sociation and tho Mississippi Vnlley
Historical Association will meet iu joint
session at Chicago and at the samo time
and place will bo held the annual meet
ing of the Association of American
Geographers. Tho annual convention of
tho Music Teachers' National Associa
tion will bo held at Pittsburg, tho In
tercollegiate Prohibition League will
hold forth at Topoka, tho American As
sociation for Labor Legislation will
meet iu Philadelphia, and tho American
Association of Teachers of Journalism
will hold its annual conference in Now
60c Per Bushel
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civr tout hoi.
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it 1 o.t A complete tiecuicatcooVin out-
one and adJ to tlie
collection on other RHt
occa.ion. Any house
keeper will b Jclightcn.
Flatlron An all
.,! mrful device.
SmZZi WilNolmht preriingor
g family ironing in double
:r quicli time.
Our display of electrical Kits is we,.
Come in earl.
5 A. U. SULStR CLARENCE MATHEWS J.C.EVERETT S.P.BROWNING
We write every form of Insurance Pol- ii
icy and Indemnity Contract.
We have the largest and strongest agency if
in Maysville. $
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NO. ?(l!i nniIRT !T;TnTr HUTinwii niNuniiiinmn TNFDunur wn 1 S
825 for a basket out of the crop of Charles Gardner of Jit Carniel, Ky.
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co were tile purchasers, so you know the sale
THIS IS THE STATE RECORD
We also sold the entire crop of Uyrou Bros, of Charleston Bottom at
The world csnt beat us, so come on with your crop.
GROWERS WAREHOUSE CO., Incorporated.
L T. GAEBKE, President W. W. MclLVAIN, Vice-President J. C. RAINS, Secty.-Treas
Chicago, December 2S. Govornor
Terris of Micbigau, President James of
tlio University of Illinois, and Dr. P.-P.
Claxton, United States Commissioner of
Education, aro among tho prominent
men scheduled to adddrcss tho National
Commercial Teacliors' Fedoration at its
annual convention which begun at the
Hotel Sherman today. Mrs. Klla Flags
Young delivered tho address of welcome
at tho opouing session this morning
nnd Horaco Q. llealoy of New York ro
spondod for the visitors. R. H. Peck of
St. Louis, dclivorcd tho president's address.
Mrs. W. 11. Leniing and Mrs. C. B.
WiUon went to Ciiu'innati Tuesdaj
and will spend the hoHdajs with
friends and relativos there.
Miss Kdua MeDonnld came up from
the Conservatory of Music to spend the
holidays with homo folks,
Mrs. Davenport and Miss Nellie
Koyse wore shopping iu Majsville Tues
day. Mrs. Amos Wilson ip improving from
a stroko of paralysis three weeks ago.
-Mrs. Klizu Bullock is iu a critical
condition from partial paralysis at the
home of Mr. and Mrs! J. B. Elliott.
Elder .f M. Dnuiphier preached to a
good audience at Bethany last Sunday.
Mr. N. S. Uord is up from Borea
where ho has been iu sehool, to spend
tho holidays with relativos hore.
A number of young peoplo came in
from Borea Collego Wednesday. Among
them wero Mr. N. S. Jlord, Mr..T J.
Fry and Miss Ina Harrison, all of whom
weie guests of Mrs. O. W. Hook for tho
MORSE ESTABLISHES SHIP LINE.
Now York, December 20. A new
steamship service between Now York
and Bermuda, to bo operated under the
American flag, was inaugurated today
with tho departuro from this port of the
14,000-ton tdenmship Oceana. It is un
derstood that tho now line is to be con
trolled by Charles W. Morse, tho former
banker, who was a dominant factor in
tho Atlantic coastwise steamship busi
ness beforo he met with financial re-erses.
FOR MIDDLEWEIGHT WRESTLING
You enn teach a man how to dress a
baby. But you can't mnko him remem
ber to uso tho corn starch.
Sau Diego, Cul., Docombor 2S All
roads lead to San Diego, nnd from ro-
ports rccoivod by tho ollicials of tho
Panama California Exposition, tho de
dication on Friday will bo honored by
an array of notable men such as sel
dom gathers in any ono city. First, of
course, will bo Secretary of tho Treas
ury MoAddoo, now speeding across the
continent to attend tho dedication as
tho personal representnjive of President
Wilson. Governors with their gayly
caparisoned staffs, are coming from Oro
gon, Utah, Nevada and othor of tho
western statos. Everything will bo in
readiness when tho lights of tho ex
position aro turned on for tho first time
Thursday night. Hundreds of visitors
Salt Lake City, Utah, December 2C
Miko Yokel, tho local wrestler, and
"Pet" Brown of Texas, today complet
ed training for their big match to take
plaeo hero Monday night, Tlio bout
is billed for tho world's middleweight
wrestling championship. It will bo tho
second timo tho two grapplcrs have met
on tho mat. In their first contest,
which took plneo last spring, Brow 11 was
given tho dooislon ovor Yokel.
Paving Jewelry Business For Sale
I am offotitm my entire stock of WATCHES,
JEWELRY, ETC, FOR SALE
It not sold by January 1st, will sell at AUCTION.
In the meantime everything goes at GREATLY RE
Lirge burglar proof safe, three splendid wall
cases, thiee flat-top Hhow cases, fine regulator.
Everything will bo sold at a BARGAIN: '
G. A. McCARTHEY, Jeweler.
The Maysville Tobacco Market
will closo for tho Christmas Holidays Last sale Wednesday, December 23d.
Opening Sale after holidays Tuesday, December 29th. at 9 a. m, at tho
Till-: .alo at the
will rccoivo and unload your Tobacco every day during Christmas
-PRICES ARE STRONGER-
ARE YOU DELINQUENT?
Tho Public Ledger has been com
polled to drop a few of its subscribers
recently for non-payment on subscrip
tion. Wo havo a fow others who aro
in arrears and owing to tho strict reg
ulations of tho postoQico department,
we shall havo to insist on payment or
they will bo dropped from our books.
Smoko La Tosca No. 5, made 'by the
Geo. W. Ohilds Cigar Co., in Maysvillo.
It's a smoke. SOStf
WtotteiOna Hundred Dollari Rewardforanj
o&ieof Catarrh that cannot be oared by Hall'
We.the uudenlKned.baveknown F. J, Cheney
tor the laitlSyeari.andbelleTohlm perfectly hon
orablelnall builneutraneactloniand financially
Waldinu, Kinkan A Marvin,
Hall'iGatarrh Cure U taken lnternally.aotlng
aAna fKtlMnHlali a a aa Y)lf "J), nanti
are already in tho city and every train pMbottle. soldbyallDruKgUti
is bringing nioro. Takna)lKamlWPIllforoonittpatlon
no bring in your Tobacco and let us sell It for you. tho first thing Tuesday
morning, tho 20th.
Wishing you a Morry Christmas, wo aro.
FARMERS & PLANTERS WAREHOUSE COMPANY.
My storo Is now filled up with the largest and most up-to-dato stock
1 havo over offered tho public, bought at oxtraordinarly low prlco for CASH
and I am iu shauo to moot any competition.
My goods aro bought direct from tro best packers and manufacturers In the
country as low as any jobber can buy them. All know tho kind of stock
I handle and I don't doom it neccssaiy for mo to onumorato, but I want to
call tho attention of country trado especially to my very largo stock of
FANCY NEW CROP MOLASSES. PANOY GREENUP COUNTY SOR
GHUM, FINEST MICHIGAN TABLE POTATOES, PERFECTION FLOUR
which has no suporlor anywhoro. Star Brand of HAM and BREAKFAST
BACON, Canned Goods of all kinds, Evaporated Peaches, Apricots, Prunes,
Raisins of aU kinds, Citron, Lemon and Orango Peel, New York Sweet Cider,
al kinds of yogqtablos, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Grapofrult, etc., otc. ALL
NEW PACK. My Blouded Coffees aro BETTER thau any sold lu our city
and LOWER PRICES, always fresh. Navy Boans,, Kidney Beans, Hominy,
Cereals of all kinds always In stock. The finest Seal Shipped Oysters received
daily, always fresh. Eggs, Ham and Bacon. Poultry and country produco of
all kinds handled largely. I want all to visit my store when In our city.
Wishing all a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year,
R. B. LOVEL,
THE LEADING GROCER,
Wholesale and Retail.
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