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Mr-' -iw'WIJlhhm. r ' THK IKIHIEK ti. ait ftMrM J niritlnni.lht htlsfg resnN. r !h ijY urn rpnsMcnt with clrtic J afl, :. Hooks open In lii9wtlon. .J. .J. .j, .j. .j. .j. .j. .j. 4. .j Ml.:-''.' - (?WrtiHr fair and bIMMIjt nri .J. J J - J J Kjj,,,; gXRKLr tiKrantratN-ittt, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 101G. 0MP COPY-ONE CENT. tAILY rVULW LKDQKR-lUi. HEATH OF MKS. KMZAIIETH JtAM SEr. ELECTED STATE OROANIZEK. SI.K1HTLY WARMER. Ipnblti: ,tl.l J. 1L iJlT, IIIUIJI 'TherO's Mfcxlco and Europe ' Anil tho growing trndo In leather )i i And with all this to discuss, Wo still talk about tho weather. REV. BENN RESIGNS -T v; Pastorate of tlio Central Presbyterian ChurchAccents n Call To Newport, Ark, 1 Tho resignation of Hov. R. L. Donn comes as a surprise to his many friends, both In mid out of tho church. It becomes cffcctlvo January 30, when ho will leave for his now work at Newport, Ark. Iter. Dcnn came to this clty( In 1910; while hero ho has always been found on tho firing lino for what he thought was for tho welfare of his church and the city. Ho is an earnest student and deep thinker. His ser mons nro always helpful and Inspir ing. He has at different times in his church delivered a series of .talks that would rank well with any Chau tauqua lectures. He and his family will lcavo about , February 1 for their new home. Tho Ledger Joins wjth their many friends In wishing them a pleasant field of labor in his now charge. SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilamscy died at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Hello jBvnns of Aberdeen, lato Tuesday I afternoon. I Mrs. Ramsey resided on Forest ave- lino in this city for a numbor of years. A tow months ago for business rea- jpons, alio accompanied her daughter to Aberdeen. Mrs. Rnmsey was a llfo long mem ber of tho Baptist church. She Is survived by ono daughter, Mrs. Evnns, and ono son. Sho leaves qulto a clrclo of friends Funeral will bo held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment In Charter Oak cemetery. TOHACC0 MARKETS. It seems that prices on Tuesday's sales were not to bo had. Tho prices aro quoted as being good and considerable tobacco was deliver ed Tuesday. Tho drawers had a block sale. About 100,000 pounds was offered, the high price being $45. The Amazon had no sale. Tho Liberty had no sale, but opened Wednesday morning with 2OO',O00 pounds of tho weed on the floor. - Tho market was reported as being strong at the Home, Planters, Inde pendent and Farmers. Sales closed too lato for reports. FOREST AVENUE PARENT-TEACH-ER ASSOCIATION. Tuesday evening at tho Eagles' Hall the Ladles' Euchre Club gave another , one of their scries of euchres. Those who attended tho function were of the opinion that it was the best ever giv en by the club. Mr. Charles Rohmlller was awarded tho first prlzo for tho best gentleman played, while Mrs. John Klnslcr won the premium offered tho ladles. Rev. C. E. Armstrong of Lexington, will preach at tho Beasley church Sun day morning and at tho Lawrence ' Creek church Sunday night. As this Is a meeting of Importance, wo urge every member to be present at each service. Covington reported a total of six alarms Tuesday morning. BR1CKSTREETS Internal Improvement Committee of Council ItecommendH llrlck Paw lug For SoTcral Streets. Tho Forest Avenuo Parent-Teacher Assocatlon, on Friday evening, at 7:30, at the Forest avenuo school building, will give an entertainment consisting of music, recitations and speeches. All' parents .of the children , the Board of Education and tho First Dis trict P.-T. A. aro cordially invited to bo present. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE. REMOVAL NOTICE. I am now located in tho room for merly occupied by Mrs. M. Archdea con at 4 West Third street, where I will" bo pleased to see all my old friends and customers. Phono 168. 4 J18-3t MISS EMMA LUMAN. . WANTED. The address of Mrs. Ellsa Dodson, j who formerly lived between Washing ton and Maysllck. Any ono knowlns it nleasc telephone this ofllcc as soon as so38ibIe. 1915 OUR BANNER YEAR 1915 BWs wish to thank our many friends and customers for their liberal patronage for this, wr'toflrth year in business, which has proven to be considerable beyond our anticipation, for wMcb we aro very thaokfoL tjfe are new looking forward to a greatly increased business the coining year and we have installed the latest and most improved equipment for haodling your orders, which guar antees high grade mill woik and satisfaction to all, at the best possible prices. We are leaders in wr line. THE MASON LUMBER COMPANY "WSSBT a. a. Mclaughlin. L. N, BEHAN. Well, Folks, We Were Sorry You ALL Were Not Lucky but there's another day, Washington's Birthday. Save your Tickets. We have just finished our inventory, and are now ready for another year. We have the goods to sell you, at the right prices; our entire time and attention is given tp the selection of goods for you; we anticipate your wants; try to make our store attractive to you; our working force polite and attentive, and we cordially in vite your patronage. We are here to do business and have the goods and prices. Can you find any excuse for going elsewhere? Let us pull together for a bigger and better Maysville. MIKE BRO WN -"THE SQUJUtE DEAL MAIM" t)on't forget that the same tickets aro good for the second drawing on Washington's Birthday. Maybe you'H be lucky enough to get the Maxwell. Tuesday evening tho Internal Im provement Commltteo of tho Maysvlllo Council met nnd after a bit of lively discussion recommended that tho fol lowing streets bo paved with brick during this year: Sutton, Lower Market, Tlridgo and East Second, nnd that Court street bo treated with as phalt. This recommendation differs with tho ono offored several months ago by Council In that Wall and Lime stone streets nro left out. The com mltteo recommends that this work bo carried out as Boon as possible. As tho majority of tho members of the City Council wero elected on platforms thnt were In favor of better streets, it seems almost a certainty that tho rec ommendation wltl becomo an ordt nance, and that Maysvlllo will havo good streets. THE WOMAN'S CLUH. Tho Woman's Club will meet Thurs day afternoon nt 2 o'clock In the Elks parlors. The meeting will bo In tho charge of the' Educational Department. The address will be by Miss Mary E. Sweeney, head of the Department of Homo Economics, State University, Lexington. Tho subject Is "How to Combine Pood Ynlucs for Feeding tuc Family." This subject should Interest the housewife nnd heads of families. Miss Sweeney Is a pleasant speaker and knows her subject. Wo bespeak fof her a good audience. Make your arrangements to hear this talk. The public is cordially Invited to be present. WEDDING ANNOUNCED. Tho friends and relatives of Hov. J, T. J. Fizer are receiving invitations to the wedding of his daughter, Miss Carrjp Lou, to Mr. Martin Glldlsplo Mitchell, Saturday, January 22, at Little Rock, Ark. After tho wedding tour tho young couple will mako their homo Jn JJatayla,.JTcnn., where' Mr, Mitchell Is engaged In the grain busi ness, Ilev. Mr. Fizer is a brother of Patrolman Dudloy Fizer. Ho preached in Bracken and Mason counties, filling some of the best appointments in tho Kentucky Conference. COUNTY COUKT. An inventory and aiipraiscment of tho personal estate of Patrick Slat tery, deceased, was produced in court and after duo examination of same was ordered filed and recorded. Tho salo bill of the estate of William Brown, deceased, was produced in- court and ordered filed and recorded. Mrs. Mary Slattory was appointed administratrix of tho estate of Edward Slattery, deceased, with John Slattery as surety on bond. Bond approved and oath taken. CONGESTED Aro tho C. Ss 0. Yards At Itussell, Trains Ilcing Blocked As Far East Ah Ashland. Tho C. & O. railroad yards in tho Itussell division aro badly congested with cars and last week trains woro blocked off from onterlng the yards' as far east as Ashland. Tho yard men are having troubles of their own, to keep tho cars going. Threo roltef crows wero put on Saturday to han die tho congestion. Ono train passed Ashland at 3 p. in., and after being held up, finally got into tho yards at midnight. Saturday sixteen trains woro held back and Sunday the lino was crowded with trains waiting an opportunity to got into Russell. Last Friday night there wero 750 cara of coal at Shelby and 1,800 cars at Lpgan waiting to bo moved westward. FUNERAL OF CHARLES E. LEWIS. .BARGAINS FOR CHRISTMAS U, SWKKT OKAN8E8 15 DOZEN; LEMONS lie WZXlij NIXKf) -WIS IK raJNi mM VC CONFKCTIUMCM'M SUflAK. UT Ug MAY BWK WKKKY IAKLY. , i Km .JtjaR Tho funoral of tho lato Charles E. Lewis was held Wednesday morning from his homo on Forest avenue in the Fifth ward, being conducted by Rev. A. F. Stahl of tho Christian church. Those who accompanied the remains hero wero Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Adklus, Wheeling, W. Vn.; Mrs. Al- tprf Young, Charleston, W. Vn.; Mr. Jonathan Lewis and son, Arloo, W. Vu., and Robert Lewis, aalllpolls, 0. HUMANE SOCIETY 31EETIN0. Tho roKulur quarterly mooting of tho Mason County Ilumano Society will bo held Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho members and friends nro urged to be present- MRS, 0. II. BISHOP, Secretary. MAIL (IKDERS l'KOJIPTLY FILLED, For all grades of whiskies asd. Miss Llda K. dardnor of Carlisle, w.olI known in Maysvlllo and Mason county educational circles, has been nppolntcd by Hon. V. O. ailborf, Stnto Superintendent of Public Instruction, as Stato Organizer of School Improve ment Leagues. Miss Gardner, who Is County School Superintendent of Nicholas county, linn organized sev eral school leagues throughout tho state during tho Inst two years nnd Is prominent in educational work. RIYER CONTINUES TO FALL. Tho river, which has been nt a very high stngo nt this point for tho last several days, continues to fall, nl though vorV slowly. The cold wave thnt struck the Ohio valley Is some what moderating nnd this Is given ns tho reason for tho slow droinln tho water. However, the weather fore casters say that tho danger of n Hood stago Is pastr .HILMONS.IIAM. Lottie F. Millions,, nged 17, of Fox port, Fleming county, nnd William A Ham, aged 24, of Lewis county, so cured a marrlago IIcciibo hero Tues day and wore married In the County Clerk's ofllco by County Judge W. H. Rico. ATTENTION ELKS Regular meeting of tho B. P. O. Elks this evening at 7 o'clock. A Full attendanco desired. C. E. OKISEU E. R W. R. Smith. Secretary. FOR SALE. S. C. R. I. Red and Golden Lnccd Wynndotto Cockerels. Eggs for hatch ing. Satisfaction guaranteed. S. H. Mitchell, Maysllck, Ky. .Mr. Harry Robinson of Hlllsboro, O., was in Maysville Tuesday shaking linnds with hi? ninny friends. Dr. J. R. Cooper returned to Cin cinnati Monday after spending Sun day In this city. Mr. Trumbo Standago of Fleming county, was In this city Tuesday on business. , Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Howe of Ellza vllle, wero In this city shopping Tuesday. Tho mercury registered 7 degrees above zero Wednesday morning on tho government thermometer. This Is 10 degrees wnrmor than on tho two pre vious mornings, nnd tho change, al though slight, Is probably a forerun ner pt milder weather, which will bo good nows to tho traveling public. So far no real suffering has been re potted In Maysvlllo ns tho City Mission is Investigating nil' cases reported nnd Is giving clothing, food and conl to thoso In need. Several farmers, driving In their to bacco to tho local houses, havo been almost frozen to death, but recuperate after arriving hero. WANTED, ' Young Indies to train for nurses. Ago 18 to 35 years. Three year course. Board, room and laundry nnd allowance. Graduates eligible to stato registration. Address Superin tendent of Hayswood Hospital. Our prlco this week for buttcrfat, 32 cents Maysvlllo; 1G cents per gallon for sweet milk. Bring it In any day, any time of tho day, and receive your check promptly. MAYSVILLE MODEL CREAMERY. Sweet Oranges Special 20c dozen. And the best New Orleans Molasses S Maysville at 65c per gallon. in 107 West Second Sircct. Phone 20. Mr. W. 11, Colvln was In this city Mr R. K Chambers of Sardls, Was Tuesday on business. n Maysvlllo vlnltor Tuesday. I EVERYBODY'S DOING Covgh, Sneeje, Head Stopped Up, Nose and Eyes n Red, Headache, Sore Throat. n m m m IT'S GRIP! We Can Sell You a SURE CVRE M. F. WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY IT I a Mr W. W. Hocaday of Carlisle, was hero Tuesday visiting relatives. Mr. John E. Wolf of Dover, Vvns n visitor to Maysvlllo Tuesday. The Home of Quality Clothes OVERCOAT SALE! A once yearly event involving super values in the season's best sellers. This is ideal Overcoat weather and we are disposing cf all our overcoats. A diversity ot types: single and double breasted models, in medium, form fitting and box back effects. All sizes. This is the best opportunity. A purchase now is a saving later. We offer the remainder of our stock of Mackinaw Coats at a material re duction in price. They are warm and "comfy" these winter days. Economy, Service and Good Looks are combined in these good coats. We carry the best makes of Gum Overshoes and Arctics. 3D EilSOIlSTG-EliR, cSc GO. HUNT'S SALE OF UNDERMUSUNS For twenty ycarx we have been holding Underwear sales, and this our twenty-first sale, has benefited from nil our experi ence with tin other twenty. If it means success to search the market until wo found exceptional quality in $1 Nightgowns, $1M: Petticoats, 2iic and 50c Corset Covers and Drawers, besides countless other values, this sale will be not an ordinary suc cess but a pre-eminent one. Quantities of new f0c to $2 nightgowns from the very simple to the most elaborate sort. Petticoats with deep flounces, with nnrrow flounces, with no flounces, just a scalloped edge. Prices 50c to $3. Envelop chemise, circular and Irnbella drawers, corset covers of all sorts from 25c to $1, all cut for the 191G silhouette. New garments just, unpacked within tho week. It is useless to attempt details with' a stock so vnricd. It is only by seeing tho dainty luce and embroidery, by "feeling" tho soft quality of batiste nnd nninsook that you can get an adequate idea of all this "lingerie loveliness." Early comers get the choice, you know the adage about laggards. Shall we, will wo expect you "Wednesday nt 0 a. in. $25 Suits $15. Every detail finished ns suits of $25 quality should be. Black, colors, plain and fur'trimmed. $12ll! Coats $8VL. ChcviQt, whipcord, serge, zibeline, mixtures. Late season, New York purchase. Our furs are few but choice. To completely clear tho stook wc havo reduced tho prices 'd3Wo, on two children's sets 50r. Bargains couldn't be more timely with fur weather just nrrived. A large lino of knit goods reduced to Half Price. Sweaters, hats, shawls nnd storm veils, countless other bargains invite you to come. in. Mr. George W, Davis of Fleming county, was In this city Tuesday on business. There uro more than 900,000 par tially or wholly deaf persons In London. Gas was first used to Illuminate In 1702, and first used In Now York In 1827. A cnndlo burning steadily for two days releases energy equal to one horso power. TAKING STOCKj but there are lots of goods that we would just as sell you at the price rather than write them in our Inventory Book at cost J or below. You can get some bargains in Coats and Suits this week. S If your Shoes need repairing better visit our SHOE HOSPI- J TAL. A pair of rubber heels will save many a slip. Put on while 5 you wait, 50c. "1 ,3K V.J liquors. uur prices sro, nnt. urer