IS THAT SHI
.N'o mere do we taste tlio thrilling;
eiisrc:r'r nrklliiK wine.
' No more nro we cheered by the wel
Of tho hock boor sign.
ASK THAT HECEIVEU 1IH XV.
Thursday in the olllcc of Circuit
Clerk .lames H. Keys, Captain T. J.
Hall, large steamboat owner, lllcil
suit against the defunct Georgo W
McDanlcl Coal Company, which ro
V.ontly went Into bankruptcy, nsklns
Alint a receiver ho appointed for the
Irm. The suit nlso alleges that George
Mitchell, a member of the firm, know
ing Its weakness, transferred some of
Its property In un effort to cvndo tho
results of the bankruptcy law.
Mr. Ernie V. Ort, who has served
Wynndotto Trlbo I. O. II. M. faithfully
nnd olllclontly as Kccpor of Wampum
for severnl years, resigned his office
nt the Inst meeting of tho trlbo on nc
.count of business duties calling him
from the city most of his time. It
wns with great reluctance that the
trlbo accepted his resignation. Mr,
Harry M. Clark succeeds Mr. Ort ns
! Keeper of Wampum. Tho trlbo Is to
Mm rntirntn1ntnr1 mi Rnmtrfnf? fulfil n
competent man for the vacancy
Tho rottogc prayer meeting of tho
First M. K. church, South, will bo
held this afternoon at Mrs. John Bur
well's, Kast Second street, at 2:30
I o'clock. It. Is hoped that all who can
! will nttend.
Our price this week for buttcrfat.
31 cents Maysvllle. llrlng It In any
dny, nny time of tho day, and rocclvo
your check promptly.
MAV8VIM.E MODEL CUE AM BUY
f.'eweBt Idea In pen points, velvet
touch, twelve styles, Estcrbrook ra
dlo pens, 15c dozen, $1.50 gross.
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
January Clearance Sale
J. WESLEY LEE'S
Of Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Furnishings and Shoes
was a wonderful success, far beyond our expecta
tion, which proves to us that the public appreci
ates a real bargain event such as we have given
In our Clothing Department ONLY the
same EXTREMELY LOW PRICES will con
tinue through the month of February.
We still have a lot of Men's $15 Suits at
$3.98 and Youths' Suits at $2.98, but they won't
last long. Come quick. '
I J. WESLEY LEE
' 1915 OUR BANNER YEAR 1915
We wish to thank our many friends and customers for their libera! oatronaee for this.
our fourth year io business, which has proven to be considerable beyond our anticipation, for
wmcn we are very tnanKiui.
We are now looking forward to a greatly increased business the coming year and we
I ! 1 .It - J it 1.1-l I a ! I f & I - - I Jf I . I t
iiaic insiaiiea ine latest ana most improrea equipment lor nanunng your oruers, wnicn guar
antees high grade mill work and satisfaction to all, at the best possible prices.
We are leaders in our line.
TUC UACMU IIIMDCD PfHlDAMV CORNER LIMESTONE AHD SECOND
NIL MHOUI1 LUIHULI1 UUIffl HI! I STREET. PHONE 519.
A. A. aicLAUfllllilX.
I,. X. 1JEIIAN.
A prominent physician tells us that "hobbies" are healthy
H things for us to have, ami we fed that wo must be blessed with
JJ unusually good health, as we have ALWAYS had a hobby
JJ Years ago, when leather sold for nineteen cents a pound,
our boast was that we made the best harness that could be
made of good leather, good thread and good workmanship.
Now, when that same kind of leather is selling for forty-nine
and fifty cents a pound, we still maintain that wc have tho
best harness that can be made. All you have to do to provo
that we are telling you "facts is to go to the next "sale," and
hear Col. Ilcnsley Hawkins say in that musical drawl for which
he is so famous, "This is a set, gentlemen, of Mike Brown's
Harness. What do you bid?" Then's when you can see tho
farmer "set up and take notice." for he knows there will bo
some bidding on that harness.
This is the time of tho year, when Harness is foremost in
every farmer's mind, and this is the time of tho year, also,
when we arc ready to soli him. All winter long our men have
been making up harness for Spring trade, and now wo are
ready. Of course, it's higher than wliun our grandfather
lined to buy it, but, considering the price of leather, it's a
wonder how low in price and high in quality tho Square Deal
Come in, gentlemen, wo are ready to rig up those horses,
PHENOMENAL GROWTH OF COMPANY
THAT OPERATES IN SINGLE STATE
KENTUCKY CENTRAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT HAS POLICY OP
FAIRNESS THAT INSPIRES CONTINUED CONFIDENCE,
It must bo a great Inccntlvo for restricted territory, .Messrs. Walker
tboso Just beginning in tho Industrial ami West wcro among tho first to ap-
llfn nnrlrlont nn.l hnalth business to re- I'reciaio mo puuuc cuucauon in insur
view tho history of tho Kentucky Cen
tral LI fa and Accident Insurance Com
pany of Louisville, Ky., which has had
A rcmarkablo career, for which entire
credit Is duo President P. J. Walker
and Secretary-Treasurer T. O. West.
Tho company was organized In Sep
tember, 1902, nnd has a perpetual char
ter. Beginning with llttlo aside from
sclf-confldcnco In their ability to suc
cessfully direct an Institution of this
character, Messrs. Walker and West
now find themselves at tho head of a
company which is writing probably the
largest business of Its kind In a single
State. Jt Is needless to say that had
they not dcalth with unusual fairness
with policyholders thoy could not have
Inspired bo much confldcnco nor could
tho company have continued growing
In such a phenomenal way.
Tho Kentucky Central Life nnd Ac
cident Is mutual In spirit as well ns lu
fact, and tho officers feel it their duty
to treat tho members liberally and to
pay claims with the utmost dispatch.
Despite this policy Is loss ratio is not
abnormal. In 1914 tho premium in
come In Kentucky, In which state it
operates exclusively, was $576,721.60,
and during that year tho company paid
over CD.000 weekly sick and accident
and 1,322 death claims.
So effective Is Its policy that Instead
of having to seek agents the Kentucky
Central Life and Accident has more
applications than It can care for. Its
men nro prosperous and arc largely of
that clean, young, nggrcsslvo type
which Is a characteristic of the offi
Although the company operates In a
janco nnd Immediately took advantage
of tho opportunity offered to partici
pate lu tho Collective Insurance nnd
Universal Safety Exhibit nt tho Pann-ma-l'aclflc
In making report of nn examination
of tho Kentucky Central Life and Acci
dent, Comnilbslonor Clay of Kentucky,
In ono of the most scal-chlng of ex
aminations said In parti
An Investigation of tho com
plaints filed by policyholders with
tho management show that tho
company gives special nnd prompt
attention to same, forwarding
them nt once to tho superintend
ents for Investigation, with In
structions to settlo samo Imme
diately If found meritorious.
Tho death claims nro principally
settled lu tho field by the superin
tendents, but tho policy, premium,
receipt book, proof of death and
receipt of payment arc turned Into
the homo olllce for tho flics.
Your examiners nro glad to say
In their belief that tlic company's
treatment of policyholders Is be
Wo have found tho books In an
excellent condition, and must com
mend the bookkeeper for accuracy
Wo found the uinuagemeut ex
ceptionally strong, and commend
tho president, F. J. Walker, and
the secretary. J. O. West, for their
earnest nnd constant, nttention to
the company's business.
Tho company Is economically man
aged and lis officers have the respect
and confidence of those with whom
the have dealings.
Extract from the Daily Field, San Francisco. Cnl., of July 15,
lOlTi. The only daily insurance newspaper in the world.
E. P. LEE IS THE REPRESENTATIVE IN THIS DISTRICT.
Drnth of This Venerable Lnily At Her
Home At .Hnyidlck Tlmrsilny
Mrs. Agnes Shnnklln, probably the
oldest person In Mason county, aged
91 years, died at her homo Thursday
night at Maysllck of the Infirmities in
cident to old age.
Mrs. Shnnklln wns born In Ashland,
nnd nt tho ago of 20 camo to Mason
county with her parents, where sho
has resided ever since.
She wbb ono of those old-tlmo noble
Christian characters that It was a
pleasure to meet and bo In their com
pany, and ono who enn not bo for
gotten. Sho was tho widow of tho late
James Hopkins Shanklln, nnd Is sur
vived by four children, ono daughter,
Miss Sallio Shanklln, who lived with
her mother at Maysllck, and three
sons, Mr. John T. Shnnklln of John
son Junction, Mr. W. T. Shanklln of
MUlersburg, nnd Hon. S, A. Shnnklln
No arrangements have been made
for the funeral.
S In Bulk 15 Cents Dozen
Just Tapped A Barrel of Extra Fancy iiJ !
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES 05C UallOIl '1
3 107 West Second Street.
j Phone 20.
Mr O. A. Ilocmcr of Itlplny, was In Mr. J W. Leo of Plomlngsburg, was
Maysvllle Thursday. , m this city Thursday on business.
j Why Go to the Trouble and Kxpcn.se of Ordering From a City 5
When We Have a Complete Line of
Trusses, Crutches $ Abdominal Supports
5 At a Reasonable Price. See Us. 5
M. F. WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY
.Special mixed chocolates and lion-
lions, 15c pound, Saturday only. I Ucv. Charles K. Armstrong of Lex
TKAXEL'S. Ington, will preach at tho Lawrence
Creek Christian church Sunday, Feb
ruary 6, morning and night.
Sales On Maysvillo Loose Leal Floor
Ah Iteported By tho Various
Pounds sold 74,093
High price, $44.00
Low price $2.60
Pounds sold 98,C
High price $50.00
Low price $3.50
Special J. P. Grayblll. Pernlcaf,
$16.29; Chambers & Shophcrd, Sardls,
$16.27; J. F. Shepherd, Sardls, $18.10.
Pounds sold 48,570
High price $58.00
Low prlco $3.00
Special Paul Dest, Mason county.
$20.77; Kirk, J Johnson and So ward,
Mason county, $19.90; Dennis Gull-
foylo, Mason county, $16.62; Mrs. L,
D. Jefferson and Jordan, Mason coun
ty, $15.34; Gnult, Prather and Howard,
Mason county, $14.91; Phillips and
Watson, Mason county, $14.79; Prath
cr and Poe, Mason county, $12.25.
Pounds sold 103,065
High price $30.00
Low price $3.50
Special D. W. Houston, Mason
county, $14.80; C. C. Hurst, Ewlng,
$17.06; King and Hornback, Mt. Car
Pounds sold 50,200
High prlco $44.00
Low prlco $3.60
Special J. E. Bouldln, Mason coun
ty, $16.50; Culvert & Dickson, Mason
county, $14.65; Soward & Johnson,
Mason county, $14; Mrs. Frances Cal
vert, Mason county, $12.40.
"THE SQUARE DEAL MHN"
EVERYONE LIKES THE FLAVOR OF WHEATINA
THY ONE L'ACKAOK, IT SOLVES THE HHEAKFABT NtOIILEM.
Jl'ST TAPPED ANOTHEH 11 AHULL 01' THE FINEST NEW OULKANS
MOLASSES EVEIt MIOUGHT TO TOWN.
ftlMIT. ft &0ONRAQ FbeM it,
Pounds sold 69,115
High prlco $51.00
Low prlco $3.20
Special Ed. Itubonackor, 1,880
pounds, $19.50; W. P. Wilson. 1,125
pounds, $13.83; Ed. Walton & Sou. 2,
380 pounds, $13; Mlko Jlriinnon. 3,050
MAIL OltDEKS I'KOMPTLY FILLED,
For all gtades of whltiklos and
liquors. Our prices arc right. Order
today. Poyntz llros., Covington, Ky.
The Fayetto Fiscal Court has do
elded agaliiHt a farm agent. What
farmers need most, It was said, i la
borers. Great bargains In Shoos at Darklcy'i
Removal Bale; "'
SPECIAL KOIt SATTHOAY.
Women's small size shoes lu Patent,
Kid and Gunmatul, button and lacs,
sizes 2 to 4's; $3 to $5 viiIuoh at 95
centd a pair.
HARTLEY'S SHOE STORE.
THE HOME L1F QUALITY CLDTHEB
is still in strong evidence. We continue selling them at 25
to 60 less than they will be bought for next season. The
style of them is the same as next season's. You will pat your
self for having bought one this season when you see the price
they will sell for next fall and winter.
The same holds good in Mackinaws, Raincoats and Suits.
Our stock of Rubber Coats, Shoes and Arctics is yet in
good shape. We can fit you in any of them.
Embrace the opportunity and supply your wants.
D. KCE30EiIITa-ESR. &. CO.
THE LIFE OF A
-LIES IN THE STRENGTH OP THE SELVAGE AND
Examine our 2fc Turkish Towels. Note the regular
"tape" selvage with two-ply thread to withstand all
kinds of pulling and rubbing.
Note also that the entire binder or bottom warp is
two-play yarn an "able-bodied" towel made for hard
Our Turkish Towels wont tear or rip and will give
Ygt our prices are as low as you pay for feature-less
Other excellent values at 35c and 50c. Less expen
sive qualities down to lOo.
LINENS ARE NOT MARKED AT WAR PRICES HERE
Substantial table linen which we are certain wc can
not. duplicate anywhere for $1 yard after our present
stock is exhausted, over a dozen beautiful patterns.
Width 72 inches.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AT BARGAIN PRICES.
All garments showing traces of handling during re
cent sale have been placed on the Bargain Table. Night
gowns, Princess Slips, Drawer-and-Corsct-Covcr Combina
tions arc marked at generous reductions.
GOING FAST, BUT STILL A FEW.
The generous price concessions on our entire Ready
Wear line has met a prompt response, so stocks are much
depleted, but your size may be among the Coats, Suits
and Dresses. Come and see.
Suits at Half-Price, $10 and $12J formerly $20 and
Women's Wool Coats at Half-Price, $5, $6.25, $7.50,
formerly $10, $12V, $15.
Handsome Plush Coats, $12.75. $15 and $10.75, for
merly $19V&, $22V and $25.
Children's Coats at Half-Price, $2, $3 and $4, former
ly $4, $6 and $8.
1852 rl U J-SS JL 2 1916
Socond-hnnd desk and cabinet. Seo
Ledger Publishing Company.
"Mr. Robert Adair has returned from Jailer John W Eltol has returned
Cincinnati, whero ho attended tl)e,from Frankfort, whero ho has been
Kntter-man-SIattery wedding. attending tho General Assembly
Mr. Maiilm MrCormlck of Drown
county, O . wan a shopper In Maysvllle
; HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF!
; Last Saturday was such a bad, rainy day that
! lots of our customers did not come in.
We shall offer again Saturday Double Stamps J
; and a Silver Souvenir Spoon with a $2 purchase or
Come in and pick up some ot the brrgams m the
mtmrnt JL VJT
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