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$25 suits or ovorcoats advertised ovo:
our namo at $10.08 or $13.89.
In this storo $23 clothes aro $25, and
thov wouldn't bo $25 if they .vero
Likewise, thoy wouldn't bo $25 if
thoy woro worth only $20. Wo get
what our clothes aro "honestly worth."
No more and no less.
Guaranteed clothes form tho."baok
bono" of this storo's flno stoek. Any
Impartial oxport will toll you that thoj
aro tho finest clothes mndo by any one.
'You positively enn not get them nny
placo but hero At our "greater valuo
prices" thoy'ro truly economical.
$10, $12, $15, $17, $18, $20, $25.
- A big lino of overcoat, $7.50, $10,
$12 to $25.
GEORGE II. FRANK & CO.
Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers.
HERE AND THERE
It you he frlendi Tlslllnf you, or II you ars
folnf on r-ill. pleaie drop u a
nol .o toil ettecl.
Mr. Roy G. Booker is hero from Bil
timoro, Mil., and will write up tho
Maysvillo tobacco market for the ..inn
ufacturcrs Record of that city, ono of
tho great commercial weeklies of tho
eWorld. Mr Booker is a relative of
Goloucl C. M. Jones of tho Cciitr.il
. warehouso here.
Mrs. Posey D. Ball, ono of the effi
cient teachers in tho Maysvillo public
schools, and daughter, Miss Trances
Dixon Ball, aro enjoying tho holidays in
New Orleans, tho guests of Mrs. Julia
Leach Anderson, a former Maysvillo
Messrs. James Reed and George Mills,
formerly employees of Tho Public
Ledger, left jesterd.iy to resume their
work in Cincinnati after haing spout
tho holidays hero with their parents.
,Mrs. Dr. W. V. Cullum and Miss
JeanoHo Henry, ono of Portsmouth's
most talented joung ladies, will arrive
today for nvisit with Mrs. W. T. Bra-
mel of Forcsavcnue.
Mr. Dave Bierloy, who was assigned
to Paris this month in tho revenue serv
ice, returned this morning after spend
ing a few days hero with his wife and
Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo llambrick of
Newport loft Saturday for Tollesboro
aftor having spent several days with
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grigsby of West
Mrs. T. R. Valentine and littlo son
Thomns"Arnold loft Wcduosduy morn
ing for Danville, 111., to spend tho
holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Arnold.
Miss Mao Huff, who lias been visit
ing her cousin, Miss Margaret Bovine,
returned to her home in Huntington
"Air. and Mrs. Richard Williams and
daughter returned homo last night
after spending tho holidays with her
imothor, Mrs. Amelia Bendel, and other
Mr. Basjl Duke Strode of Lexington
will arrivo today for a brief visit to
Sf his sisters, Mrs. H. C. Boll and Mrs.
W. P. Lindsay and Mrs. W. T. Bramel.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jonos of Cincinnati
is spending tho holidays with her sis
tor, Mrs. Samuel T. Laudcsback of
4 Gorstuude, Ky.
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" Mr. Elmer Thompson spent Christmas
' )? kx'"Rtn vith his parents, Captain
"- anu: Airs. i n. inompson.
Mr. John J. Lynch has returned homo
from n short visit with his parents at
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P . '.' FRIENDS !
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Mark A. Dopovnuf OTneh9t6i
roturn to his homo todajf after a
holiday visit to his brotlio'r, Mr, Ml. .T.
Mr. Clafonco Davis ol Cincinnati ro-
turnod homo yesterday nftornoon aftor
j "Pending tho holidays with his parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert -Davis of Forost
Mr. Hurry MoNutt of Muscatine, la.,
was visiting Mr and Mrs. S. M. King
of Forest avonuo Thursday and Friday,
ourouto to a visit to relatives in Lewis
Mr. Rosccrans Murphy of Now York
City returned homo yesterday after
spending n few days hero with his sis
ter, Mrs. John M. Hunt of East Fourth
Miss Helen Furlong ' of Mnysvillc,
Ky., will spend the New Year holidajs
with relatives and friends in Ludlow.
Ludlow Item in Saturday's Times-Star.
Mr. John Mooro returned Saturday to
his homo at Garrison' after spending a
few days with his sister, Mrs. S. Macey
Humphreys of Went Second street.
Mr, and Mrs. Claud "MeNutt returned
to their homo at Covington yesterday
after spending tho Christmas holidajs
with relatives and friends hero.
Mr. John Sehatmann returned to
his homo at Richmond, Intl., yesterday
aftor sponding tho holidays hero witn
his mother and other relatives.
Miss Ida Thompson of Cinciunnti re
turned home jesterd.iy after spending
tho holidajs with tho family of .Mr. W,
R. Warder of Sutton streot.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Henderson and
daughter of Portsmouth spent the holl
days with her sister, Miss Mary Buck
ley of West Second street.
Mr, Lloyd Kirkpatrkk of West Sec
ond street returned home this morning
from a short holiday Kit with roll
ties at Nicholnsvillo.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Snnpp and child
ren of Eastland left jesterd.iy after
noou for a week's visit with relatives
Mis Julia Foggs of Mor.insbutg
spent tho week-end with her grand
mother, Mrs. Bortie McXutt of West
Mrs. W. W. AVikoff has gono to New
York City for a ten-days' visit with rel
atives. Mr. Fred Moser of'Cincinnati spent
the day here yesterday with Mr, 1. J.
Murphy and family of liist Fourth
Mr. Schult. Wood, of Covington spent
tho day hero jestordnj with his bro
thor, Mr. Georgo Wood of West Third
Mr. and Mrs. Ones Walsh and child
ren of Cincinnati havo returned home
after a short visit with relatives here.
Mr. Thad Colburn of Cincinnati re
turned home yesterday aftor spending
tho holidays with relatives here,
Rev. James M. Literal returnea
homo Saturday night from a short visit
with relatives at Grconup.
Miss Ada Duan of West Second
street left Saturdaj afternoon to spend
a few dajs with friends.
Mr. John Daly of Wilmington, O,,
camo over to spend tho holidays with
his brothers and sister. ,
Mr. John Will Bradford of the-News-Democrat,
Georgetown, O., was a vis
itor in tho city Friday.
Mrs. F. P. O'Donnell has as her holi
day guests tho Misses Mary and Helen
Flannery of Cincinnati.
Mrs, James W. Fitzgerald returned
homo Saturday from a visit to Augusts
Mrs. B. Fristoc leaves today for an
oxteiulcd "lsit in Winchester, Kj.
Much different and better mod
orn photography is than was tho
photography of a few years ngo.
(Things havo changed wonder
fhllj so havo you, and it's
tfnio you wcro visiting the pho
tographer. Wo mako a specialty of por-
traituro and our studio Is oxcop-
ionally equipped for flno por-
Tho Photographor in Your Town,
Georgo M. Dicner and others Satur
day filed an appeal to tho Circuit Court
asking that tho judgment of Contest
iHoiri' in tho local option election of
Reptoinbor 28, bo set aside.
. ADDED ATTRACTION TODAY
PROF. R. J. BULLETT, VIOLINIST
$15 Will Be Given Away at Each Show Tonight.
Every Person Who Purchases a Ticket Will
Receive an Envelope Containing Money.
Colonel John D. Littlojohn, n former
well known Ninth District Republic! 1
politician and editor of Grayson, Ky,
and now on tho stou" of tho new Ports
mouth Morning Star, was a pleasant
caller on The Ledger .this morning.
Mr. Arch Lewis nnd family of Diy
ton, O., a former popular Maysvillo boy,
is- hero for a Christmas visit with his
mother, Mrs. John Burns of tho West
Mr. Jack Moore, wiro chiof for tho
Maysvillo Telephone Company, is spend
ing his Christmas with relatives in
Miss Mollie Donovan is at home after
a lengthy visit to her brother in Win
chester. Mr. Will Willocks is visiting his
mother. Willis now located in Lexing
Miss .Lulin Muso left Saturday for a
holiday visit to relatics at Lebanon,
COLONEL BAIN SPEAKS FOR TEL
To tho Editor of tho Lexington Herald
I sat in the central oflleo of a tele
phono compnnj and watched tho oper
ators at their work. Their ej'e.s were
fixed on tho board noting the numbors
as tho calls come, while their fingors
(lew in making tho connections
At times one would bo behind in keep
ing upivith tho calls, but not a second
was lost in effort to reach tho waiting
I said to myself: "Never more will
get Impatient when central does not
answer pron-ptlj. Sho mnj' bo racing as
fast as her fingors can carrj her to mj
Wo go to tho doctor and wait our
turn, go to tho theater window, barber
shop or oting booth; but if central
does not answer In Ave seconds wo waut
to Know if hIio's asleep or reading 11
Let us remember, "there aro bthors,"
and wait our turn. Tho continued
beating of bells on tho car drum is hard
on tho nerves. Bo moro patient and
pleasant at tho 'phono if you would be
just to tho tolophono girl.
GEORGE W BATX.
THE " TWILIGHT STATE.'
(Huntington Horald Dispatch.)
Yo gods! Whero will it end! Tho
Cloary murdor case which was conclu'dcd
in Now York last Saturday dovclopod
t.ie "twilight stato" as an excuse for
murdor The discovery of this inter
cranial storm child supersedes and rel
egates to a state of limbo such com
rouplaco conditions as tho brainstorm,
the exaggerated ogo, dementia Ameri
canua, and all tho other tried and test
ed forms of subterfuge Tho "twilight
state," born in tho "twilight sleep,'
we prcsumo, presupposes a condition of
mind having its oxlstenco in that mon
tnl region which JIos between sanity and
Insanity. Cleary, wlio inurdoredjils son
InOaw in cold blood, was given a trial
in which tho floxible provisions 01 tho
unwritten law woro invoked. In thh
caso which, nothlng'seomed just exact
Iy to fit, "twilight tato' was Invent
ed. Mikity flno reasoning. "Tw.lllght
atato;:'' definition: ''Tho ulmimod stato
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Mr. Louis Rosomior won tho $25 pntzo
for tho best kept section on tho Cin
cinnati division of tho C, &. O. Ho very
gonorously divided it among his faith
ful helpers. Mr. Rosomior and his men
aro among our best citizens and wo aro
proud of their succoss.
Mr. Davenport, our ofilclont mail car
rier, camo near having a serious ac
cident, as "tho coupling of bis auto
broke down ns ho was descending a
steep hill, last Wednesday. It is now
laid up for repairs and ho is carrying
tho mail in Mr. C. 11. Wilson's ma
chine Mr. Albert Emmons has gono to Man
chester, O., to spend tho holidays with
his aged mother.
Thcro wero no hard times this Christ
mas lor tho members of tho Union Trust
A, Savings Company's Christmas Monej
Club. Tho plan of saving a small
amount each week, which was easily
spared from tho pay envelope, or tho
household expense allowance, hns en
abled many lamilies in Mnjsillo to
pass a happy Christmas this year. If
you wero fortunate enough to be a mem
ber last jear it is bflfo to saj that you
aro going to join again this j ear.
Tho checks received bj' the members
of tho -1014 Club went to buy Christ
mas presents, pay insurauco premiums,
mako payments on homes, start savings
acconifts, buj investments, and for
ninny other things which bring a feel
ing of gre.it satisfaction to the thrifty
The l!Mo Club is now opon for mem
bership. Anybody can join bj innumg
tho first weekly payment. If you ean
not leave jour work to como to the
bank, somo 0110 elso can bring jour pay
ment and get a membership card for
you. This Club, which has been oper
ated in Maysvillo for tho past two
j ears, needs no intoducttou to tho peo
ple of thiH vicinity. One-fourth of tho
population of Maysvillo wero members
of this Club last jcar. Can you afford
not to bo a mombor this year? It it.
tho safest, surest nnd easiest way over
dovised of saving monoj.
Call nt tho bank TODAY and join
for yoursolf and overj member of jour
family. Somo peoplo havo tho impres
sion that thoy can not join tho Club
after the first week. Tho Union Trust
iV Savings Company announco that tho
1015 Christmas Money Club will bo open
for members until tho first of February.
Now members may join anj time dur
ing tho next 30 days bj' making the
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Mrs. Kittio Jackson, wife of Rev. 11.
Jackson, has very recentlj' undergone
two severe operations at the St. Jo
soph's Hospital in Lexington. Sho is
improving nicely and will bo ablo to ro
turn homo in a few dajs unless some
thing unforeseen dovelops. Mrs. Jack
son has been in failing health for tho
past four or five jearst
John T. Uland, aged 21, of this coun
tj", and Rona Carr, aged 21, of Bour
bon county, wero granted a marriago li
conso Saturday and woro married the
samo day at Washington by Rov,
Prof, and Mrs. E. M. Gontry of
Portsmouth, 0., aro spending tho
Christmas holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whaloy of West
Front street I
Ernest demons, aged 22, and Mattlo
Millor, aged 23, both of this countv,
woro married in this city Saturday.
EXAMPLE TO HIi RACE.
William Trumbo, a worthy colored
man of tho East End, sold his crop of
tobacco on this market last Tuesday at
an avorngo of 10 to 11 conts. Ho lost
littlo time from his othoij Work In grow
ing this tobacco. His wi'fo assisted him
.niyji tJioy ha'-Jo J 'stiug ijumiQivChrlst-
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CHIVALROUS HA0EL QREBN,
An oxohaugo says that a prominent
young man of Jackson took his best
girl out for a drivo recently. Sho foil
out of tho buggy and ho drovo two
miles boforo ho missed liar. Such a
thing could not happon to a Hazol
Orocn young man. Tho hind wheels
might cqmo off, tho springs break, or
tho horso fall out of tho shafts wlt'iout
Ills knowing it, but flio girl is always
anchored and well taken .caro of Ha
el Grocn (Ky.) Herald.
FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON.
To'livo contont-wlth small means; to
seok eleganco rathor than luxury and
rofinement rather than fashion; to thiuk
quictlj-, talk gontlj', aot frankly; to
bear all chcorfully, do all bravclj, await
occasion, hurry never In a word, to let
tho spiritual, unbidden and unconscious
grow up through the common this is
to bo my symphony. Ohnnniug.
Jesse L. Lasky Presents Mr. Max Figman and Miss
Lolita Robertson in the Famous Comedy
"The Man on the Box"
In Five Parts, 214 Scenes
"The Witch Girl"
5 REELS 5
"WHEN THE BOSS
Pearl White, Paul Paner and Crane
"PERILS OF PAULINE."
(Lubiu Drama In Two Parts.)
"FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE."
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on countrj produce, telephoned at
D o'clock bj tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens . . . Oo
Old roosters 7c .
Pat ducks 10c
Hogs Receipts l.COO, market gener-
allj higher; packers nnd butchers, $G.S0
7.10; common to choice, $5.o06.50;
jugs-and lights, f..."07.15; stags, $1.50
Cattle "Receipts 200, market steady;
calves steady, G10c.
Sheep Receipts 100, mnrket steady;
Wheat firm, $1.2(i1.29; corn firm,
70,s71e; oats firm, nio2e; ryo
steady, $1.091.13; hay firm, $14.7o
Butter steady; eggs firm, jirimo firsts,
30c; firsts, 253li'e; seconds, 22c;
jioultry firm, hens, 10lliAc; sjiringers,
I214e; turkeys, 17c.
Aaverliumtntt toxin- inu. hratdng, not ejteedlm
1V4 Umi, JO centt tack nu rtloti. ot to eenti "
WANTED A good reliable man who
understands handling horses, to ride
nnd drivo and tako caro of soveral
horses. Apjdy to L. T. Anderson
Point au View Stock Farm. D2I fit
Aivertittmrnlt unilrr tMt hcaiilnp. not txeettilne
fivi lint t, 10 ccntt each imertlon. or to ctnti a wk.
will bo sold at bargain if sold at
onco. Thos. L. Ewan & Companj. 3t
Aditrtitrmmlt wulrr IM lirntltnu (iitcrted ret;
but aiivtttlieri muit uiiUth the ro;.
LOST December 21, a jiocketbook con
taining 03 cents and a jaw tooth,
Pleaso roturn to Lodger ofllc.o
Lost Now black kid glove.
Icavo nt this office.
LOST No. 2 spoiling book at opora
houso Tuesday ovening; namo in'book.
Roturn to PhylllsM. Swishor, 5 West
Fourth street. H
LOST Gold bracelet botwoon my
homo and Pastime theater, valued as
a keepsake. Reward if roturned to
Miss Lulu Dcrsch, 141 West Second
AitvertUementt under tMt hraittlio tmtrtttt fret:
but atlvertUtrt piutt fumttb tA cdw, ,
FOUND -Pair ofgold franio spootuclos.
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J. WE HOPE YOU ALL LAD .J.
j. A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND .J.
. WISH ONE AND ALL A HAP- .j
PY NEW YEAR. WE THANK .J
EVERY ONE FOR PAST PAT- .J.
ROBERT L. HOEFLIOH,
211 and 213 Market Stroot.
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GOT IN WRONG"
Gaugo 10.1 and falling.
The shore is covered with ice and tho
river is full of iloatingice.
The tow boat O. B. Mathews, No. 2,
with a tow of omjitles tied uji horc Sat
urdaj night on account of ice.
That the government jiroposes to
start work on tho lock and dam neir
hero in the near future is evidenced bj
tho following advertisement which ap
j)eared in Saturday's Cincinnati En
quirer: "U. S. Engineer Office, Cincinnati,
O., December 20, 1011. Sealed pro
posals for constructing Lock and Dim
No, 33, Ohio Rivor, near Majsvillo,
Kj., will be recoived at this oflico until
2 ji. m. (Central time), Janunrj 20,
IQlo, and then publiclj opened. Infor
mntiou on npjdicatiou. II. .lervoy, Lt ,
This will jirobablj bo tho largest
singlo jiieco of construction work over
undertaken in this vicinity.
KICKS ON THE WAR.
One d.ij this week wo wero compelled
to walk six blocks through tho rain and
mud to sign a 1 cent war tax stamp bo
foro wo could sond a small express jiack
ago to Louisville. Such a tax by anj
partj is not only nnuojing, but infa
niouslj unjust. Carlislo Democrat,
Roman Candles, Shooting
Crackers and Torpedoes.
-l WE HOPE YOU ALL HAD .J.
I A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND 4
J. WISH ONE AND ALL A HAP- .J
.j. PY NEW YEAR. WE THANK J.
.- EVERY ONE FOR PAST PAT- .f.
.j. RONAQE. .
J- J, WESLEY LEE, .J.
J "Tho Good Clothos Man." .J.
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"THE WORLD, THE FLESH AND
Although this pieturo is said to bq
suggestive, it only deals with the overj
daj life of men and women.
NEW YEAR'S EVE NIGHT AFTER
THE riR-ST SHOW A 7." POUND PIG
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY. SEE IT
IX SCHWARTZ MEAT SHOP. SAVE
Warmer today with unsettled condi
tions. a & o
Charles Nauinan, Jr., C. & O. lineman,
has been transferred to Huntington. II 0
has been succeeded hero bj S. B. Talloy
of Russell. I -i"i4
If you want your pick of tho pret
tiest lino of Autumn and Winter Wool
ens Ed. V. Prico & Co., eer sent out,
at a prico you will like, select the pat
tern for your fall clothes today. Thoy
From $14 to $30 "
Very Strong at $25.
Specify tho dolivory dato that suits .
your own couvonienco, but have us '
send in your measuro before tho rush'"
season begins. That's tho best way to""
buy clothes. , '
Don't overlodk our Dry Cleaning Dofi!
partment. Thero is a difference in our t t
work. ' $
O. F. McNAMARA "
6V2 West Front Street.
MAYSVILLE'S POPULAR BOOK STORE
229 MARKET STfVET.
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