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TMS DAILY PUBLIC LEDIBER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1010.
I rurnv oiiit MM W m. B w r r n .1111 i L. I kll 1 VUI I IN OUR HOUSE IS NEW of lntcst style cut, mid we guar nntco thorn to bo good, or your money bftck. Tho special prices pwo nrc now making will be with V drawn in n few days, so if yon enre 'Tft-tnjfe ndvnntngo of thin oppor- tnnity to buy of na, why kindly do so ns soon ns you can. GEO. H. FRANK & CO. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers iitST .m. e. ciioncir, SOUTH, VIVATi MEETINGS. 111!. TOBACCO MARKET Sales On MajMlllo Loose I. rat Floors ,n Iteportcil Hjr tlio Various Warehouses (Jrowrrs. Pounds sold f.3,780 High price $53.00 Low price $3.40 Average $12.30 Special W. H. Hughes, 3,480, $13.91; Waldron & I'cterB, 2,025, $18; James Dwyer, 2,220, $25.75; Osborne & Bar rett, 1,705, $17.52; J. Bcnty, 1,570, $15.22; Pat Tlerney, 2,005, $15.11. Best market of the season. Ulierl). Pounds sold 103.015 High price $25.00 Low price $3.50 Average $11.04 SpoclalDiivis &. Grimes, $1C40: Peckett & Johnson, $13.0!. ..Market strongest of season. i Amazon. Pounds sold 47,025 High price $25.00 lxw price $3.00 Special J. V. Jefferson & Pro., Ma son county, $1S.3L'. Market good. I Itrv V II. ramiilmll nrrnelipil nil ox- e.ollent discourse from tho text "Kx eept ye become as llttlo children, ye can In no wlso enter tho kingdom of heaven." Tho singer, Itev. Cordor, will bo here tonight. All services are open to tho public. All nre earnestly In vited. fJllIES. (Times-Star.) Valentine, beloved husband of An na Olios (nee Mcrgard), died Sntur day, February 6, 1916, at 12:30 p. in, at his residence, 715 Armory avenue In his fifty-first year. Funeral Tues day, February 8rnt2 p. in., from resl donee. Friends Invited. pouch corirr. ftvnn op THANKS. Wo want to thank our nolghborn and friends for tholr kindness during tho sickness and death of our denr wlfo and sister. ' CHAKLKS WALK Bit, IHLLIU 8TBVBN80N. A Connecticut Jnvontor'n clothes prop that will not fall from n lino has a hole In ono side of tho tippor end, covered with n flat spring that holds It In place. Further acarph for bodlca In tho wreck of tho fowboat Sam Drown will bo made this week, It was announced by 6fnclala of the Monongahela Con solidated Coal & Coko Company, as thu Ohio river la receding only gradually, and It Is feared If tho wreck Is dis turbed some of tho bodies might be disentangled and float away. Tho United States Is tho largest pro ducer of raw scalsklnB In tho world and tho greatest consumer of finished seal furs. Hunter Cooper, Nat (lols, Ocorge Vnrunll and Fred Mlnton faced Judge Whltnker Monday and each drew $10.50 on a plain drunk charge. Henry McKobee, colored, found guilty of running a disorderly house, was fined $20.50. Ql'AltTEItl.Y MKKTINO AT SAIUUS Quarterly meeting will be held at the Sardla M. K. church, South, by the presiding older, Itov. J. I). Redd, on Saturday and Sunday, February 12 and Services at 10:30 a. m. and 0:30 m. VALKNTIXi: MOVKI.TIKS. Roduced prices on Valentino pic tures. 5, 1(1 nnd 25c each; former prices 25, 50 and $1 each. f8-2t J. T. KACKLBV & CO. MAItltlACE LICENSE. Wade Hampton, farmer, 24, and Miss Elsio Ham, 22, both of Tollesboro, were granted n marriage license here Monday, I till Heme. Pounds sold 99,030 High price $36.00 Low price $3.20 Average $11.01 Special Andy Campbell, Brown county, $17.30; C. B. Day. Brown county, $13.70; William Jurvis, .Mason , county, $1G.58. Central. Pounds sold 12.7C0 .High price $43.00 law price $2.50 Average $12.30 Special L. T. Brown, West Virginia $17.50; Craycraft & Son, Mason coun ty, $12.85. Farmers Pounds sold 40,800 High prico $53.00 Low price $3.00 Average $13.07 Special Brannon & O'Xeil, Mason county, $29.17; Pickett & Xclson, Ma son county, $18.19; DiBher & Poe, Ma son county, $17.75; Gallenstcln & Cot ty, Bracken county, $14.00; Fitzgerald & Wood Bros., Mason county, $13.23 Independent Pounds' sold 37.040 "TllgU price $38.00 Low price $3.90 Average $10.9S Special J. E. Slattery, Mason coun ty, $17.00. eorxTV court. Mason County Court convened Judge V. H. Itlco presiding. Tho settlements tiled at the last term of court and which were laid over until this term for exceptions, were confirmed und ordered recorded, no oxceptions being taken. A paper bearing tho date of Decem ber 5, 1915, and purporting to be the last will und testament of Louisa Simpson, colored, deceased, was pro duced iicourt and filed. The due ex ecution of said paper was proven by tho testimony of John Claybiooko and Hnttle Green, attesting witnesses thereto, and admitted to probate. A paper bearing date of December 4 1902, and purporting to bo tho lust will and testament of Mrs. Margaret K, Chlids, deceased, was produced In court and ordered filed. The duo ex ecution of said paper was proven 1 the testimony of R. K. Hoefllch, at testing witness thereto, and tho de ceased attesting witness, James Bar bour, whb proven by tho testimony ol Frank Wright and J. F. Barbour to be wholy that of the said James Barbour, and tho will was admitted to probate. IIKXOI'NCIXO AIEIHC1XEN. " Wholosale denunciation of pronri oary medicines Is no more Justifiable than wholesalo denunciation of the medical profession. It In no more iruo that there aro reputablo physl clans who unselfishly devote their lives to an unending struggle with dleease than that there are standard remedies which do as good a work; ' ofton whoro tho work of the good pnysiciun can not reach. A good ex ample Is Lydla E. Pinklmm's Vege- - Ublo Compound, which has for forty years been alleviating tho sufferings of women and during tho Ills peculiar to tbclr sex. County Clerk .1. J. Owens Is In re elpt of an Interesting letter Inquir ing after the descendants of John and Blizubcth Alanu. We are led to be lieve tho writer has reference to the Mnnnen family, who were once resi dents of tho western part of the coun ty. .Miss Sally Sims, the 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George. Sims, of 103 Short street, died at an early hour Tuesday morning of brain lover Funeral Tuesday. Tho Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of .Mrs. Lou Parker, 318 Market street. Miss Elizabeth Phelps of East Fourth street, is the guest of her uncle. Mr. '.. J. Phelps at Lexington. Miss May Dorrin of the county, was the guest of Mrs. T. J. Currey of East Second street, on Sunday. Mr. W. E. Tomlln, who had his hand injured by n circular saw. Is reported much improved today. Mlbses Anna B. King and Ada Du zan were business visitors In Cincin nati Monday. Mr. Kdwln Byur of near German- town, was tranactlng business In thl city .Monday. Mr. Ernest Bambach of Ripley, O was a business visitor in our city on Monday. Miss Ethel Drumcl Is able to be ou after an attack of tonsllltls. Mr. J. T. Kackley is a business vis Itor In Cincinnati. River gauge 33 feet and falling. MAYSViLLE PRODUCE MARKET Following are this morning's auota Hons on country produce, telephoned at 9 oclock by the E. L. Manchester Produco Company: Butter lCc Eggs (loss off) 21c Hens He Springers 10c Roosters 5c CINCINNATI MARKETS Grain. Wheat Xo. 2 red $1.38(f?,1.39. Corn No. 2 whlto 77f77c. Oats Xo. 2 55ft 56c. Hay -Timothy $21; clover $17. Lite Stock. ( altle Heifers $r.7G 6.85; calves $7.50?r 10.50. Hogs Packers and butchers $8.35 8.40. Sheep- -$0,60ft0.8G. Umbs- $11.25011.35. Whisky Specials Express Charges Not Included. BOTTLED IN BDNU 4 Qts. 12 Qts. " Old Timo" Bourbon, full quarts $3.50 $10.00 Limestone, full quarts 3.60 10.00 Old Taylor, full quarts 4.00 11.50 We h ave the same stock of Old Whiskies from the wood as we had atMaysvillc, Ky. Send your order to us. Wc will send you good goods. Orders Shipped Same Day As Received 0. H. P. Thomas & Co. 110 East Ninth Street, Newport, Ky. P. 0. Box 215. Clienowetli's Liqui Meat Smoker 50 Cents Per Quart Easy to Apply Efficient and Economical GOOD PIE .TIMBER 2 pounds Llpptnrott's Jllnco Meat. 25c Logan llcrrlr. considered llio best plo limber, something new.. 25c Cultivated lllack Herrles In heavy syrup, 2 cans 23o Goose Ilcrrlcf, extra fancy, .1 cans. 25c Red Cherries, plllcil, 1 can 15a Itlmbarb In sjrup, 1 can 15c Iluckulieat and Jfnplo Sjrup. Try n quart. (tannine 40c Wo also have on hand a good supply of CUMiY LETTUCE, KALE, CELEKY, 0KA3GKS, nitAPE FltUIT. Phono your orders, Wo will deliver. J. C. CABLISH & BRO. QUALITY GROCERS Mr. Ehigcno MeN'nmara, for the last year tho newsgathorcr for The Led ger, has been called upon by hla fath er, Mr. C. P. McNamara, to assist him In tho tailoring business. "Mao's." work on The Ledger was most satis factory, a splendid newsgathorcr with a host of friends, who regret his giv ing up tho paper work. The Ledger force wish him tho very best In his now field of labor. Mrs. Bovec D. Core leaves Thurs day for Lexington whero she will spend the remninder of tho winter with friends. She will nlRo visit at Louisville. r Spring Goods aro here and arriving dails. Our !! vr is East and vou will sec tliemnvest iroodsluM-e. Don't Tail to buy your Cotton Goods early. You will save money. Lovely, new Laces, Trimmings, etc., arc here. March Fashion Sheet r nnd Designers aro here. u m m m m c ROBERT L H0EFLICH! 211 and 213 Marke' Street Your Eyes Are Your Greatest Possession TRADE WINNER POPULAR BRAND COFFEE 15c per prjUNn This Is Not a Cut Price. But One of Our Regular Brands next to lift itself, so why continue to neglect them? You not only do your eyes an injus tice, but your neglect of your eyes may bt causing some reflex trouble, such as headache, etc., which more than likely can be corrected bv the orooerlv adlusted t lasses. It is stated by an eminent physician that 9 per cent of ths headaches, esoec iatfv nains above the eves. are caused by eye strain. We will examine your eyes and advise you it you can be helped oy passes. Dituntn uruti uumuAltU. DR. KAHN, of Cincinnati, Every Monday. DR. GEORGE DEVINE, O. D., Every Day Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe Building, Market Street, Over De Nuzie. Ualemines! Ualenfincs! For the young and old, in every variety I cent to $3. I Favors, hearts, Cupids, crepe paper, lunch sets and every thing for Valentine parties. New and up to date at CHENOWETH DRUG CO., The te Store. INCOIIPOIIITEII 1,I 1' IIIOK 200. might nioAE :t:ir. Mr. and Mrs. Bargain Hunter The beautiful five-room residence of Mr. James S. Dawson on Houston avenue, Sixth Ward, is In our hands for sale. Belter be quick if you want this bargain. SHERMAN ARN & BRO.. Insurance and Real Estate RAISIN BREAD Wc lmi lit'cn unpointed ollicinl local milkers of lite celclmiUnl (nl il'oinin Sim-KiKt Uaiftin Urvad ami you can now Beeuro it at our xtor oi at any .Maynvillo grocery. It is certainly flint and you an certainly missing a (front treat if you Jiavc not eaten any of it, If you can not liny it from your grocer insist that ho procure hoiih' Our reputation and (fitaranter for nuality HtundH hack of evert lonf. HI THE UNIVERSAL. CAR I I HI I Kconmiiy in low first cost und small cost II II HI lo operate and maintain. Strength uliil- I II Ml ily to stand up under the hardest sort of I I I III I ,,S1'' ''"Plici'y- 11 pl'iiii sturdy motor in I I I In a wonderfully strong and light oar, easy I II HI for anybody to run and care for. The I I II III Ford car your necessity. Hunaltout $'J!)0; I I Touring Car $440; Coupolet .f"f0; Town I I Hill Cm-(H0: Sedan 740, f. o. h. Detroit. On I I II III sa'1' ("sl''".v ""' Central (J a rage, I I 112, 114, 11C Market street. x I I SPECIAL NUTMEGS 12 FDR 5c Maysville Tea and Coffee Co. Wholesale and Retail 116 Sutton Street. Phone G5C. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All itant under thli head a cent n word jDsT Maysville's Popular Book Store. Maysville, Ky. for Jala. FOR SALE Two-sentPd carriage; It. Herslifleld. Main and Forest ave nue. f7-tf VOll SAMO Table and Htove. Kroger Grocery. Apply rs-it FOR SALE Miller coal rango with thirty-gallon copper tank attached; also gas ami coal heaters. Apply Kentucky Hotel. JiO-tf FOR SALE Household furniture a 331 West Third street, upstairs. J17-tt :Frfant. FOR RENT House or eight rooms, water and gas, on Fifili street. Ap ply to Miss Anna Wnllace, Restau rant Royal, Market street. n;itf t-Job Printing Public Ledger Printcry Nuf Ced$r I GOOD TOBACCO ! briug- Cosf. LOST Hetwecn the residence ol James N. Kirk and Myall & Cal vert's stable on Second street, or Myall & Calvert's stable and the First National Rank building, a small black pocketbook containing 4. Return to Miss Thclma Kirk. rs-tt LOST Tan woolen glove on Second or Court streets. Please return to S. P. Browning, Jr. f8-tf LOST A lavallcro with oao diamond nnd four pearls, betweea Plum and Sutton streets. Reward if returned to this office. .Ufl-tt I Good tobacco, vu'll bandied, is J ing good priors. Now in what better l way can you inve-i some ol' those ood & prices than t berninly our home with I some good Kurniture? I have tho larg- I est and be-i line of good, serviceable ! Furniture ) in the city. Great, !ii, noui Rockers from $2 to $10. Dres-cr-, ClnH'onii'rs, Wood, Iron and Brass Beds in propur- I turn. In fact, any thing in the Home J Line from the kitchen to the garret. ! You Can Get the Best for the Least iMoney Here I BRISBOIS, The Furniture Man ( 42 West Second Street. Satisfaction Guaranteed, i The PASTIME T. NEAL HUBBARD, I Musical Director BRYANT WASHBURN gem today if "SAINTS AND SINNERS" I A Vilagrapli Ilioadwn.v Star Special Fenttirc in Thiw Acts Iat living Mannce Cosli'llo nnd i Leah Hainl f "THE MERRY MODELS," Essanay Comedy aTehsee1EcetIld to IN RAYMOND MoKEE "TIDFS THAT MEET";--J"-"1-. E AN ESSANAY FEATURE IN THREE ACTS Kdison Comedy DANGER AHEAD" Hazards of Helen Film Tomorrow CHARLIE CHAPLIN WIQMB Fannie Ward The Noted American Ac tress, in the Tense and inn "The Cheat" Modern Photoplay By Hectot Mull. As Produced By Cecil B. DtMille Tin's Production Is One of the Finest on the Paramount Proerani. A Story of Temota- tiM Overcame, a Discussion of Modem Life Sure To Interest Everyone. Matinee 2 O'clock. Evening 7:15 and 8:30 O'clock. 10c Ti AM. m r MTh House of Quality" '