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m.ik KKIIIAV, IIHtMBKH
nc for one week we
mil our agreement by
Plus Serge, all-wool
112.50 and $15
.4ou, H. Frank & Oo.
May i villa's Foremost Clothiers
Mr -f ... H. Holldaly attend
m jt . .. J Of Mra. Hecuba 8eddon
at Maysvllle cemetery Saturday after
A (' I'nrvpll and inn. Ilhnmitl liavp
- Just returned from a visit with reia-
vB in Sherburne, Fleming county.
"lB8 Marguerite Stitt of Covington
ia the gueat of her uncle, J. W. Holi
. Misses Estene and Hazel Kennan
pi-dtng Christmas with frieuda
' and Ernest Zeigler of Ann
' h , are at home with their
'jinie Zeigler, for the
' s. Jamest Roe spent
' with the family of
if Hectorville neighbor-
,a. Dave Campbell en
.caTiis i number of frienda at din
er Chi istmas day.
iizinian Rrainel and family are
J Siting tel. nds in Cincinnati.
Clarence Wtllett having sold his
'roe near town to his mother, Mra.
ry Wlllett, has purchased the farm
.a.-nett Oreyson on the Nortn Kork
lr. and Mrs. George Seddon are th
und parents of a baby daughter,
hrrlvcd recently. The little Miss
een named, F'rancea Helen.
Fairy I'aston of Ewlng. spent
lays the past week with Edna
,f Summit Station,
'arguerite Stitt of Covington
... ling frienda and relalivofl in this
Mr. John D. Grant of the Louisville
radical College Is visiting his par
Mr. and Mrs. George Grant of
. William Soward who ia attond
"rhool at lexington is visiting his
ft, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Howard.
.. Ivan Case of Maysville, was I
est for supper with T. It. Stevens
tawd family Wednesday evening.
Mr. B. M, Stevens of Translyvanla
ulvKrsity, is visiting hiK parents. Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Stevens of Summit Sta
tion Miss Elizabeth Shoemate has re
turned home after a short visit with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Purdon of Maysville
Mr. and Mrs. Estes liendrix visited
relatives in Bath county during Christ-
Mlaa Lovell Seddon haa recovered
from her recent illness of aevera)
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
""II Howe. Adam Parker and
ady went to Cincinnati
to sea the great attraction
Jiall and also after the show
tallied at the Palmetta Ho-
it) wrf Oliver Moore of that city.
THE PI It I. It I MM. HI
Ml'TUAL MOVIE STAMP
At the Yarloss Warehouses Yester
day HM7 Posada of the Weed
Hole" at Prieea Frost to ftt
Per Hand red.
The aalea at the various warehouses
yesterday were very good a total of
S,7B pounds of the weefl being sold
at prices ranging from 19 to 135 por
hundred The aalea were very brisk
and the buyer aeemeJ anxious to get
the weed. There will be sales on
Monday and a large amount of tobac
co will undoubtedly be on handa for
sale. The following were the sales
Parmer and Planters
Pounds sold 62,0
High price f0.M
Low price 16.7S
Special crops: H. PoJJpck. $21.86:
Watson Klndedy, S1.4b$BMH. Nes
hltt. $18.21; Lee FraledT$18.15;
Dickson ft Oration. $1746; jamec
Pounds sold 62,660
High price $2.00
Low price 1L0O
Special crops: Emll Fussnecker.
Brown County. Ohio, 118.72; Tuel
Jones. Shannon. $18.15; Strode A
Berry, $17.83; Jamea ft Brltta, $18.27.
MBrket strong on all grades
Pounds sold 97,160
High price $30.00
Low price .'. 10.00
Special crops: C. D. Doyle. Wal
llngford. $19.00; Slattery ft Flarigan,
Mason, $16.97; Hall ft Dodds, Mason,
$19.47; W. H. Hinton, BurtonvOI-,
$13.36; J. A. Collins, Sardis, $17.71;
Walls ft Woodward, Sardla, $30.00.
Pounds sold 91.60!:
Ixw price 9.00
High price $36.00
Special crops: Jett Bros., $23.73;
I la?. Ilelpensteln, Ewlng, $22.20;
Frateee & Rubenacker. $21.52: John
Gibson, Ewlng, $20.28.
Market strong. Offerings medium.
Pounds sold 39,105
High price $25.00
Low price 9.2S
Special crops: W. R. Brlety, $20.16;
T. J. Hartley, Lewis county, $19.63:
W. R. Huddleaton, Mason, M7.69; C.
D. Fitchft Brother, $17.51.
Pounds sold 9,570
Hgh price $25.00
LOlr price 15.60
oands sold - avion
Hai price $24.00
La price 12.or
Special cropa: Jamea Pollitt,
Bracken county, 2465 lbs.. $20.57;
Julian Conrad, Mason. 1736 lbs
$17.45; J. C. Johnson. Fleming, 2160
lbs., $16.96; Rice ft Bailey, Mason
2690, $16.68; Jamea Ganter, Mason
2080 lbs., $16.57; Gallensteln ft How
ard 3215 lbs., $16.60.
I'HRKK NEUTRAL NATIONS JOIN
IN PEACE MOVE
One of these coupona good
for one Mutual Movie Stamp
when presented at the Ledger
oUlcu or at any merchants who
give and redeem Mutual Movie
London, December 29 A dlapatcU
from Copenhagen saya the Danish
Swedish and Norwegian governments
have instructed their legation to ad
dress to the governments of the bel
ligerent countrlea notes in which the
Scandinavian governments, adhering
to the note of Preaident Wilson con
cerning meaaurea to be adopted for
facllitatlttg a durable peace, declar
ing they would consider themselves
aa falling in their duty toward their
respective peoples and toward human
ity as a whole If they did not express
their most profound sympathy wltb
every effort which may contribute to
ward putting an and to the sufferings
and losseB, moral and material, which
are ever growing In conaequenoea of
the war. The three governmenta In
conclusion cherish the hope that the
Initiative taken by Preaident Wilson
will lead to a reault worthy of the
enerous spirit which prompted this
IIKITAIN MAY HI t IP LIQI'Oli
Twenty-five (26) Mutual Movie
Stamps, pasted on card furnlahed by
4he Ledger or any merchant will admit
to any Ova cent theater. Two cards
admit to ten cents theater.
Each card when filled with 26 Mu-
tual Movie Hut uip will he accepted by
Merohsuta who hand the stampa as five
. In ossh.
eats log of tiaudsouis and useful
.aetits will be mailed yuu by the
, .atual Movie itaiup Co.. oi IMnrln
atl. Ohio, on raoelpl of 4 cents post-'
London December 26 The Daily
Expreaa states that the purchaae ol
the drink trade by the Statea : be
lieved to be Imminent. Drastic action
In the direction of further restrictions
Oil the manufacture sue sale of alco
holic beverage Is certain In the Im
mediate future, and piMent indloatloua
are that owuerahlp by the State will
be put forward aa the awifeteat and
aaleat method of handling Die com
plicated problem. jM
Mr. and Mrs. H. D Bills spent tnt
lay yeaterday In Cincinnati,
Dr. and Mra. W. H. Taulkee with
their children were In Cincinnati yes
Mr. Gordon Smoot of Beat Third
street Is spending several days In
Miss Josephine Maler haa returned
to her home after a visit with relatives
Mr. Stanley Parker of Weet Third
street attended a dance In Flemlngs
burg laat night.
e a e
Miss Kllzabeth Peed of Limestone
street attended a dance In Flemlngs
burg laat night.
a a a A
I if John D. Grant haa returned to
Louisville after spending the holidays
with Mr George Grant of Taylor's
Miss Georgle Browne returned to
her home In Jenkins, Ky., yeaterday
after attending the Charity Ball here
on Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kirk have re
turned to their home on East Third
street after a visit with relatives
through Kastern Kentucky.
a a a
Miss Fannie Conway returned to
her home In Cynthlana yeaterday after
being here to attend the funeral of
her cousin, Hon. G. W. Adair.
a a a
Mra. Aultman Lang and daughter
Miss Rleanor, of Manchester, were
ue8ts of Mr. and Mrs. William E
Welle of Fast Second street Friday,
Mlas Marguerite Yazell has return
ed to her studies In Cincinnati accom
panied by her aiater, Mlas Christine,
who will visit frienda and see "Hip,
Hip, Hurray" at Music Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pollitt and
daughter. Mary Catherine of Llmptonc
street arp spending the week with
Mrs. Pol I itt's parents, Mr. and Mra. C
I Tannlan, of Vancoburg.
a a a
Mlas Lorelta Prlndtble of Paints
vllle, Ky., and Miss Annie Laurie War-
mock of Greenup, returned to their
homes yeaterday after attending the
Charity Ball here on Thursday night
The following item is taken from
the Newport social Items in the Cln
cinuati Enquirer: Mra. Flthian Fajlc.
of Maysvllle, la spending the holidays
with her aunt, Mrs. George Bowman,
of Eaat Third street. A family reun
ion was enjoyed on Christmas dsy
There were present Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Schopper, of Clifton, Cincin
nati; Mra. Paries. Mr. and Mra. Frank
Bowman and little son, Mr. and Mra.
George Bowman, Miss Fannie Bell
Bowman and Mr. Walter Bowman.
Mlaa Charlotte Wood was entertain
ed In a unique way with a surprise In
the form of a Christmas Friendship
Tree, at the home of the Misses Lee,
on Christmas evening.
A number of her frienda had been
notified, and had responded with beau
tiful glfta of varioua kinds and lovely
cards with warm expressions of love
and good wishes.
A beautiful little tree decorated
with tinsel, balls, candles, etc., was
arranged on the dining table, the
presents and cards aurrounding It.
When the guests assembled and all
were invited to the dining room, it
waa quite amusing to aee the look of
astonishment on Miss Wood's face
when she was Informed that It was all
for her and to hear her expressions ot
pleasure, and thanks to all who took
part There were eighteen present,
after the excitement subsided, a very
delicious luncheon waa served. The
guests took leave about ten o'clock
with many expressions of pleasure for
a delightful evening.
In the Mason County Court yester
day on motion of Nannie B. Saunders
the Equitable Trust Co. of Dover,
qualified aa her guardian with Its cap
ital Uck ga surety
K L Morris qualified as admluta
lstrator of Daniel Norrla with Jams
N. Kirk and M. C Kirk as sureties
Ordered that Walter Worthlngton
John Walllngford and Thomaa Maley
be appointed appraisers of the per
sonal eatate of Daniel Norrla.
A paper bearing she data of May 13.
l.'i :i and .purporting to b the laat
will and testament of) Ueorge W
Chambers, was produced In court sad
ordered Sled. The due execution waa
proven by the testimony of John
Walah. ou of the aUsetlug wlueiMM,
and the signature of Newton Inma"
waa fully pruvau by John Walsh
MATBTILLK PROIP( E MARKET
Following sre this morning's quota
tions on conntry produce telephoned at
o'clock by tba B. L. Manchester Pro
Bfsjg. (loss off) XHc
Tar key a 20c
Corn 96 96 He.
Butcher Steers $9.0069.26.
Cows $6 507.O0.
Extra $12 00018.00.
Fair to good $11.0012.00.
Common and large $5.0010.50.
Choice packers and butchera
Common to choice aowa $7 50
Light shippers $10.00010.26.
Constable Ben F. Fleming is very
111 at hla home on East Second street.
His many frienda hope for his speedy
Mr. Charlea Man man. Jr., of Hunt
ington, W. Va., spent the day hero
Deafaeaa (anaet Be tared
by local applies) loss, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the 'ear.
There Is only ona wsy to care deaf
ness, and that Is by const 1 1 ntinnal
remedies Desfness Is caused by
Inflamad condition of the mucous r
sag of the Eustachian Tube Whets
tela tube Is Inflamed you have a r
hllng sound or Imperfect hearing, a
when It Is entirely closed, Deafness
the result, and unless the Inflamstlon
can be taken out and this tube restored
to Its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine caaea oat
nf ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is
nothing but an Inflamed condition of
the mucous surfacss.
We glvs One Hundred Dollars for
auj case of Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free
F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's Fsmlly Pills for constl-patlon.
I IHM FOB SALE
Situated five miles Eaat of Maysvllle
on Burtonvllle pike, known- as part of
the Hotse farm. 92 seres, one big to
bacco barn, new five-room house and
necessary outbuildings If sold at
once this farm can be purchaaed at
$66 an acre. W. K. HOTZE,
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. Hnaflich
211 and 213 Market Btrgat
All Items under this besd Vfe cent a
word. Minimum charge 10 cents.
Ft il BENT -Desirable flat with all
modern conveniences for house
keeping on first floor. Apply to
Mrs. W. H. Means, 209 W. Second
costs no more than the ordinary can
For sale at our store and by all
Hon ni el daily by
MAYSVILLE TEA, COFFEE
& SPICE CO.
WHERE QUALITY RULES"
income. Maintenance and salary while
OI'I'ORTIMTY FOR TOI'MJ
WOMEN ! learning the art of Nursing. Renulre-
Tq secure a profession which en- ments: Oood morals, grammar school
titles them to the respect of the Com
munity, fits them for any walk in life.! cants, apply to Hayswood Hospital
FOR RENT Four-room brick house;
water and light. Apply at 406 Bast
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for man and wife. Phane 630.
FOR RENT Home of Misses Joerger,
formerly occupied by Mrs. Thomas
Best, on East Second street. Apply
to Thomas L. Ewan A Co. 28-3t
Mr. J. L. Rudy's, 5 :oom residence
on Forest avenue lout of water dis
trict). This pike can b hought for
S1600, the lot cost $760.
and provides an Independent source of
education nnd good health. Appll-
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.
WANTED Two pipe Moore's Air
tight Heater. Must be in good con-1
ditlon Write or telephone E. L 1
Olx, May slick, K;
WANTED 60 stemmers at Helzer
Tuck Tobaoco Co. S0-3t
WANTED An experienced cookk for
Hayswood Hospital. dl9
LOST On Market or Third afreets
near Williams' corner a Boy Scout
Watch on a gold chain with button,
marked E. Finder will please re
turn to Mrs, John C. Everett and re
IXI8T Strayed from my farm on
Clark's Run pike one Jersey cow,
with strap around horns. Reward
Luclen Norrla, U. D. 4, Maysville,
NOTICE The business of the late
Ueorge W. Chambers will be con
tinued by hla son, Charlea Cham
bers. All work left over 60 days
will be sold for charges. 30-6t
HOW 13 THIS The Maysvltie Nur
sery Stock Co will now add to Its
1917 catalogue issue, an extra ad
vertising section for the business
men of Maysville, and will by paid
carriers of aald Co., place a cata
logue containing Maysvllle adver
tising section, to EVERY home, rich
and poor, In Mayaville and suburbs
Eaat and West, aa soon aa printed,
at very little cost to advertisers.
Drop us card If you wish space In
the advertising section ot our 1917
catalogues which circulates through
many counties In Kentucky and
elsewhere. MAYSVILLE NURSERY
STOCK CO., Mayaville, Kentucky.
This beautiful resindeuce has eight
rorms Ith all modern conveniences
'out of ivatef district), lot lias 60 foot
front. The price Is right.
Sher man Arn
Phone 663. 0'Keefe Buidiog
"Will Sell the Earth"
PRICES THE KAflin
that draws your trade but PRICE
alone ia not sufficient to HOLD it un
less "backed up" by REAL VALUES.
Manicure SetB at 10 per cent above
aost. Combs. Brushes, Cigars, etc.,
for Xmaa Gifts.
CHENOWETH DRUG 00.
The Bexall Store.
Oay fboae flW. Might fhoae 385.
HELEN GIBSON in a Sensational Railroad Picture
"THE LOST MESSENGER"
BRYANT WASHBURN in
"A MILLION FOR A BABY"
"THE TRY OUT," Vim Comedy
Special New Year s Day Bryant Washburn in "THE BREAKERS"
1917 Christmas Club
JUST THINK HOW MUCH
$SO or $100
WILL ADD TO YOUR HAPPINESS NEXT CHRISTMAS.
Do It Today!
BANK of MAYSVILLE
sHrVisa4ri..rV iilrss jfr- asWjMSSass( a.Vsfs..saa .wVmssSSji.i ii it.,akM
Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats
Men's and Boys' All-wool Suits, Corduroy
Suits, Underwear, Union Suits, Corduroy Pants,
Flannel Shirts, Rubber Shoes, Work Coats, Sweat
er Coats, anything pertaining to Men's and Boys;
wear. Try us our prices axe right.
IN A GREAT TR1A
Volf Hopper in a Comedy, 1V