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So. boRtnnln FRIDAY, HKCEMRER
M, and continuing for one week wo
are going to fulfill our agreement by
niacin these Blue flerao, all-wool
Sulfa on aale at
$10, $12.50 Mid $15
See window dlaplay.
too. H. Frank & Go.
Mayaville ' Foremost Clothiers
Mrs Nettle Cobb, Misa Nell Royce
and Mr. O. W. Hook were shopping
In Mayaville Thursday.
Mrs. Vlrgie Flscus and sister, Miss
Cora Sartaln came up from Cincinnati
to spend Christmas with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Snrtaln.
The Christmas party given by Davis
Hull at his father's home near Rector
ville, waa pronounced by the guests
from this place to be a very pleasant
It is reported that Mrs. Martha Red
man has aold her farm and will move
Robert Vaughn and wife report the
arrival in their home of a fine son.
J. V. McClure passed from this life
December 17, aged 67 years. Burial
at East Fork Cemetery.
Mrs. Drusllla Morrison died at her
home near here Saturday after several
Oliver Froves received the sad news
Friday of the death of his mother in
Bath county. She formerly resided
Mrs. William Lemlng, Mrs. D. Web
ntom, Mr. Ed Lawrence and Mr. G. D.
Jenkins are all reported on the sick
list and C. P. Vawter Is suffering from
a very painful boil on his neck.
Their many friends here were
pleased to see the names of Misses
Aline Day and Lillian Garrett on the
December Honor Roll of the Plum
Mrs. William Wilson of Trinity is
spending the holidays with her son,
C. B. Wilson and family.
Steamboats could not land here
"Wednesday because of the floating ice
In the river and a large consignment
of cattle and hogs which were here
awaiting shipment, had to be driven
around the long and steep road to
Maysviilc markets at considerable loss
to their owners. Had the level, short
strip of road between Sprlngdale and
the Lock and Dam been opened up
this loss would have been less.
"THE STHKXiTH OF THE WEAK"
"AFTER THE SHOW"
A Splendid I oaiedj KtrUlaaMt
Will He Held la the Majslltk Hlfk
School Asatt.riaai Tomorrow
Night by Tkoaipaaa A
"The Strength of the Weak", based
upon one of the greatest problem
plays ever seen upon the stage, will
be the attraction at the Pastime today
Mary Fuller has been chosen to inter-
nrot tha hit'hlv unmi Inno I ml.. ..f Pau
line D'Arcy, an orphan girl who has
been betrayed by her legal guardian.
In later years she falls in love with
the aon of the man who ruined her
Here la the problem: What could
ahe do under the circumstances, lov
ing the man she did, while realizing
her youthful mistake? Children un
der 16 years not admitted.
MRS. 0. N. WEAVER
Mra. 0. N. Weaver died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Charles T. Big
ger of Dover, yesterday afternoon at
1:36 o'clock from infirmities of ago
Mrs. Weaver was one of the oldest
women In thia county, she being 83
years of age. She was the widow of
the late Squire O. N. Weaver. Mrs
Weaver had suffered a number of ac
cidents In the past several months but
her death was not due to theae. She
la survived by several children and
one brother, Mr. W. D. Fraiee of
Dover, and one sister, Mrs. H. B. Cuah
man of Plcmlngsburg. The funeral
announcement has not been made as
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Don't forget to attend the progres
sive dinner this afternoon, dinner to
ha served In three coursea, Ural at
the reaidence of Mrs. H. L. Anderson,
WT , uuu -mi 1, 1 O 11 HO I Dl klllB uu
the third with Mrs M J Pattou. Bv
ryaody la Invited to attend Pro
ceeds for beueat of Eastern Star
Lodge. Dinner ouly 26 cents. Hours
from 1 until 4 o'clock
H. L. ANDKHSON. W. kf
L kVlaabefh Hall, Secretary
The Mayslick School Basaar Com
mittee has arranged with Measra. Ru-
sene and L. Roemele. Thompson to
give their famous comedy act, "After
the Show" In the auditorium of the
school building. They will be asaiateJ
by Miss Addle Boyd at the piano.
Their program for the evening
promises to be one of the most Inter
estlng of Its kind ever shown In that
school. The following la their order
o' the program for the evening:
Introduction: In which two stage
hands, after the show, decide to re
hearse some acta of their own.
L. Roemele Thompson
Ragged Reggy Eugene Thompson
Song An Irishman's Dream
Piano Solo Wash Rag
"Peruna and Carbolic"
Prof. Catawaulskl Pat
Violin Solo The Winner
A Tramp Reggy
Moses Levy, a Jew Pat
Piano Solo Are You From Dixie?
(This will be played with the plane
key board covered with a Bheet and
the performer blindfolded.)
Violin Solo If It Waan't For You
Edgar Allan Poe
L. Moemele Thompson
(A ravin' parody on the Raven)
t. . Eugene Thompson
The Best of Eenemies and the Worst
Fritz Bierheister Pat
Heine Hopslinger Reggy
The Tie That Binds by L. Roemele
A military drama containing a lit
tie comedy and a a little pathos.
Col. Powers, a Southerner
Maj. Ethridge, a Northerner
L. Roemele Thompson
Parson Mose Pal
REPORT OF THE CHRISTMAS
The Free Dinner to needy colored
children and parentes of thia city was
given at the Colored High, School
building Tuesday, December 26. The
number that dined at the dinner and
to whom dinners were sent was 91
Every bit of food of any kind that was
left after the dinner was sent to needy
The dinner constated of vegetable
soup with crackers, roast beef with
gravey and dressing, mashed potatoea,
peas, pickles, bread and butter, cel
ery, coffee and cake. In addition to
this, each one was given an orange, a
banana, an apple, candy and nuts.
Besides what the grocers gave out
of their stock of goods toward this
dinner, the good people lonatad 128.25
in cash. 124.25 was spent on the din
ner leaving $4.00 yet to be disposed of.
Those who donated to the success
of this dinner either in cash or out
of their stock of gooda, not only show
ed the highest spirit of unselfish, use
ful giving, but it also brought to light
that Maysviilc has a class of white
people that represent the Christian
religion in its absolute purity. It Is
no easy task for moat people to ren
der unselfish aid beyond their own
social group or race. After all. 90
per cent of those who are able to give
in the world deserve tula rare priv
ilege regardless of our criticism of thJ
rich or well-to-do.
For the committee, Mra. Bailie Mar
shall. Mra. W. C. Pattou. Mra. Jeaafe
Turner, Mrs. John Taylor and myself,
I wiah to express the highest appre
elation to tboae who gave so 1 1 be red I;
to the dinner. Also wish to express
kindeat tbanka to the 26 business men
and kind ladlea who made no distinc
tion as to race in the distribution ot
gifts from the Christmas tree. It wat
a goble piece of work.
W. H. HUMPHREY
NOTICE TO PASTOES AND
t HI B H CLKBKS.
All announced Inteaded for
our church column most be
In thia offloe on Friday by 11
o'clock 'a Inaura laaertloa
All announcements received
after thia time will be omitted
Mr. and Mra. Charles Nauman are
visiting relatives In Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McChord and aon
are spending the week with relatives
Mrs. T. F. Breeae of Mayslick If
visttlnc Mra Roy Hutchison of West
Misses Estella and Claudlne Nash ol
Eaat Second street are visiting rela
tives at Concord.
Mr. Jacob Dinger, the West Second
street grocer, Is a business visitor in
Mrs. Richard Clark and aon of Cln
clnnati are spending the week with
friends In this city.
Mr. Noah Ttmmons of riemings
burg la spending several days with
friends' in thia city.
Mr. Walter Dinger has returned to
his home In Detroit after a visit with
relatives in this city.
Miss Sallie Shanklln of thia city is
visiting Misses Annie and Louise
Poage of Ashland, Ky.
Mra. Liszle Wilson and Mr. Miles
Wilson of Augusta are visiting Mr.1
and Mrs. Daniel Perrtne.
Miss Mary Robert Lloyd Is spending
the holidays mast enjoyably with
friends in Richmond, Va.
Mlas Florence Helvey of the county
spent the day yesterday with Laura
Farrow of Walnut street.
Mr. George W. Hunt, Jr., of East
Second street attended a dance In
Manchester Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. William Boss of Cin
cinnati, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F
Reed of Weat Second street.
Miss Phoebe Huron of West Second
street left yesterday to spend the re
mainder of the week with relatives in
Mr. Elmer Shelton of Georgetown
Ky., is spending a few days with Mrs
Sam O. Porter and family of West Sec
Mr. and Mra. James Mearna and
Infant daughter of Norwood, Ohio, are
guests of Mr. and Mra. Lucien Nor
ris of Hebron.
Mr. and Mrs. Estes Hendrix have
returned to their home on Taylor' i
Mill road from a visit to their parents
Mrs. B. K. Muse of East Third
street left this morning for Covington
to attend the funeral of her cousin,
Mr. Henry Rudy.
Prof. J. H. Elliott of Covington, for
mer teacher in the MaysWlle High
School, is spending a few days wit
friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sidwell and son.
John, of Cincinnati, are spending sev
eral days with Mrs. John L. Chamber
lain ot Bast Second street.
Mr. Arthur Pope returned to hit
home in Hurricane, W. Va., yesterday
after a visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Pope of Foreat avenue.
Dr. John D. Grant of the staff of
Louisville City Hospital, is 'spending
the week with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. George Grant at Taylor's Mill.
Miss May DeFosse,who haa been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Rachael De
Fosse of Weat Second street, returned
to her borne in Claeaanatl Wednesday.
Mr. Dorsey Mull! kin of Flemings
burg returned home yesterday after I
short visit with his parents. Mr. and
Mra. J. H. MulUkin ot East Second
Mr. Charles Morford of Covington,
who has been visltmg his slater. Mra.
J. H. Richardson, of East 8eeoad
street for the past tew days, retarned
to hta home this morn lag.
Mra. William Allen of Huntington
. Va., left yesterday on a visit with
relatives In Robertson county, after
spending a short viait with Mr. and
Mra. Raymond Dora of Forest avenue
Mr. Charles T. MoUaniel of Oak-
woods, Ky., and Miss Alice Kldwell of
Uwlug were married in the St.
Charles Hotel yesterday at noon by
Rev. A. F. Stahl, pastor of the Chris
Mr. John T. Smith, who haa been
qplts Ul at sua ansae on forest avaalue
for the past lew day a, la some w ha
better, which will be excellent aswi
to hia many
THK PIBLIC I, It DORR
WITH A I. MOVIE STAMP
One of theae coupons good
for one Mutual Movie Stamp
when presented at the Ledger
office or at any merchants who
five and redeem Mutual Movie
Twenty-flva (26) Mutual Movie
Stamps, pasted on a card furnished by
the Ledger or any merchant will admit
to any Ave cent theater. Two cards
admit to ten cents theater.
Each card when filled with 26 Mu
tual Movie Stampa will be accepted by
Merchants who hsnd the stamps as five
cents in cash.
A catalog of handaome sad useful
presents will be mailed you by the
Mutual Movie Stamp Co., of Cincin
nati, Ohio, on receipt of 4 centa postage.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce telephoned at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Egga, (loss off) 36c
Butcher Steers $9.00 0 9.26.
Fair to good- $11.50 12.75.
Common and large $6.00011.00.
Choice packers and butchers
Common to choice sows $7,500
Light shippers $10.00010.25.
Pigs $7.00 09.00.
Deafness ( annot Be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that la by constitutional
remedies Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed ronditlon of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
tats tube Is Inflamed you bars a rum
bling aound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It la entirely cloaed, Deafneaa Is
the rssult, and unless the Inflamation
can be taken out and thia tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
be deatroyed forever; nine cases ont
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which la
nothing but an Inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We give One Hundred Dollars for
sny caae of Deafness (cauaed by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY at CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
FARM FOR H AI K
Situated five milea Eaat of Mayaville
on Burtonvllle pike, known as part of
the Hotze farm. 92 acres, one big to
bacco barn, new five-room house and
necessary outbuildings. If sold at
once this farm can be purchased at
$66 an acre. W. K. HOTZE,
costs no more than the ordinary can
For aale at our store and by all
Roasted dally by
MAYSVILLE TEA, COFFEE
& SPICE CO.
WHERE QUALITY RULES"
Mr. J. L. Rudy's, 6 room residence
on Forest avenue (out of water dis
trict). This place can be I ow lit for
I $1500, the lot cost $760.
The gauge marks 21.5 this morning
The ferryboat landing haa been
moved above the wharfboat where It
will be until the river falls.
Captain William Tanner has pur
chase! the towboat J. O. Cole from the
C. C. Crane & Co., of Cincinnati.
A good amount of small ice Is In
the river this morning but it is not
heavy enough to impede navigation.
This beautiful resindence has eight
rooms with all modern conveniences
(out of water district), lot has 60 foot
front. The price is right.
Phone 663. 0'Keefe Buldiag
"Will Sell the Earth"
AH Items under this head V4 cent a
word. Minimum charge 10 cents.
fOR RENT Four-room brick bouse;
water and light. Apply at 406 Eaat
TOR RENT Three
for man and wife.
FOR RENT Home of Misses Joerger,
formerly occupied by Mrs. Thomas
Best, on East Second street Apply
to Thomas L. Bwan ft Co. 28-3t
WANTED An experienced cookk for
Hayswood Hospital. dl!)
DOST Strayed from my farm on
Clark's Run pike one Jersey cow,
with strap around horns. Reward.
Lucien Norria, R. D. 4, Maysviilc,
LOST Bunch of keys return to Por
ter Jackson at Williams Drug Store.
PRICES THE MAGNET
that draws your trade but PRICE
alone is not sufficient to HOLD It un
less "backed up" by REAL VALUES.
Manicure 8eta at 10 per cent above
coat. Combs, Brushes, Cigars, etc.,
for Xmas Gifts.
0HENOWETH DRUG 00.
The Bexall Store.
Day Phone W. Mgut Phone 31a,
Of the Year To Finish a Very
We have put a lot of goods out for
special sale. You can use them every
day and save on yonr purchase.
Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Sheet
ings, Table Linens, etc.
Robert L. Hnsflich
211 and 213 Market Btrmat
OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG
To secure a profession which en
titles them to the respect of the Com
munity, fits them for any walk in life,
and provides an independent source of Maysviilc, Ky.
I Income. Maintenance and salary while
j learning the art of Nursing. Require
ments: Uood morals, grammar school
education and good health. Appll
' a iiis. apply to Hayawood Hospital,
We wish to thank our many patrons
for their generous patronage and wish all
a Happy, Prosperous New Year.
New Year Greeting Cards now on sale.
MAYSVILLE S POPULAR BOOK STORE
225 MARKET STREET :::::::::: MAYSVILLE, KY.
The Blue Bird Photo Players Offer
"The Strength of the Weak"
From the Famous Play of the Same Name.
NOTE Children Under 16 Years of Age Not Admitted.
RESOLVE TO SAVE
MORE NEXT YEAR THAN YOU DID THIS YEAR.
Our Christmas Club
IS THE EASIEST AND MOST SYSTEMATIC WAY EVER
DEVISED TO SAVE MONEY.
BANK of MAYSVILLE
isf u ii .w ifsawiss ahsaaaatpi Hf ifru assess iasWsV mQfm ..frin .ryw fffk
Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats
Men's and Boys' All-wool
Suits. Underwear, Union Suits,
Flannel Shirts, Rubber Shoes, Work Coats, Sweat
er Coats, anything: pertaining to Men's and Boys'
wear. See us our prices are right.
Corner Second and Market Streets
1 1 A wV 11 - A ' ' A m aV a si """sV
Harry liard and June Caprice in "Caprice ot the Mountains"
A Vtm foi Piatetitt TM TUb i MmMai Stir, H Ikt tat l W Km batkt Is On H He New Stars Taal SMws. Matint at 2:30 0 deck.