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4 WKATHKR FORK' A ST ; Prnhshlj Rain W.imln nsil J. TsesiUyi Wnrh Colder. ;e&aer 4 TRR LEDGER la Am Mtir (llMr nedfaa that brtnfn r. nits. Our ratal are rnn.l.t nf with rlrrnlatlmi. Tr n. 4 MAY8VILI.E, KENTUCKY, MONDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1916. ONg COPY-ONE CBN7. JAJLV PUBLIC Ml" J Hi ! public MRS. SARAH A. POWER I' ail-full) he MMN Weil Saturday Jhmmtom nth, ni lift r. x- M ttie hour tunned MM Sarah A. I'ower passcil prnrrfully Into her eternal rest, after a brief lllneaa. The pad nos rather unexpected to Ik r larne circle of relatives and frletvis. She hail led an active life ami ap peared lo enjoy exceptionally Rood health. Nothing we con say would add to or detract from hor nwed Christian character. She whs at all times loyal to her church, the M. K. Church, South, which faith she had emliiuced ut BR curly afie. She will he smily inissc I by her linnlly. her church and her fi lends. Mrs. Sarah A. I'owi r wna born 011 the 11th of November, 1841. She pass ed away on her scventy-flfth birthday. Her husband John W. Power pro ceeded her to the grave aome 14 years ago. Her surviving children are Henry A. J'owor of Parle, Ky., Mra. E. H. Kcn rer of Flcmingsburg, Mrs. C. D. New ell, Mra. J. E. Threlkeld, Mra. J. O. Wadswurth and John W, Power of thin city. She leaves one brother, John T. Hrainel and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Mhsoi'. Mra. D. J. Bees and Mrs. James B. Key. "There Is no death! An angel form, Walks over the earth with silent tread, He bears our best loved ones away And then we call theni dead." 'Me leaves our heart! all desolate He plucks our fairest flowera: Transplanted into bliss they now Adorn immortal bowers." Funeral at her late residence Tues day 10:30 a. m. There will be a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Woman's Club this afternoon in the Public Library at 2:30 o'clock. Business of importance. coi vrv ( in in I In the Maaon County Court Saturday the Inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of Sarah Taylor, de ceased, was produced In court and filed and ordered recorded. 1 On motion of Lucy Dryden, mother of Theodore B. Dryden. an Infant, the (Equitable Trust Co.. of Dover ouallnVd as guardiAn of said ward with Its cap ital stock as surety. (let In Dig Parade tonight. Fire works nuil Horns at UK NUMB It QUIET WEDDING Wbn Thai of Mr. Km lam In K. Crockett I l.rvhiirtoii and Mrs. Caroline l.nnK BWMCU Hcic Suliinlajr. Mr Benjamin K. Crockett of Lexing ton pnd Mra. Caroline Long Russell at this city were quietly married at the hORN of Mrs. M. C. Russell on East Third street Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The ceremony was performed bv Rev. A. F. Stahl. pastor of the Chris Han Church. Miss Thompson of Sil ver Grove playei! Hie wedding march. (The homo was beautifully decorated About 75 guests were present. Mrs. Kdwin Matthews was mutron of honor and Mr. Henry Hutchison of Lexington v as beat man. Mrs. Russell was the widow of the late Christopher Russell and lias lived in this city for a number of years. She is a very popular lady and has a very- la!!;!' circle of friends. Her accom plishments are many. I Mr. Crockett is a very prominent business MM of Lexington, being a merchandise broker. He Is respected in bis city as a man of keen business utilities and is known widely over the state of Kentucky. Immediately following the ceremony the couple left over tho L. & N. for their future home in Lexington, which was awaiting them, having been fur nished and prepared before the wed ding. They will make a wedding trip later. A number of persons came down . from Lexington to witness the cere ' mony. Harbesen Garage Will Put Your Oar in Good Order For Winter. Parts and Sup plies Gars For Hire Goodyear 4 AKHON.OMO Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST Rlm-CuU br the No-Rlm-Cnt feature. Blowout 1 I) y the "On-Air" cure. LooaTrada by many rubber rivets. Iaecurity by 126 braided piano wire.. Puncture, and Skiddiaa by the double thkk AU-Weather.trcad. TbeUNB will open in the next few days. Mike Brown has received a ship ment of skates, both fibre and steel rollers, and those wishing to own their own skates, may purchase them from him. C. Calvert Early, Mgr., Princess Skating Rink DEMOCRATIC JUBILEE Tonight In Celebration of the Ke-elec-llon of Woodrow Wilson as Presi dent, of the I nlied States, Promise- to He a Ureal Event : The big Democratic parade and Jubi lee tonight In this city promises to be one of the biggest demonstrations this city has ever seen. Democrats from all over this county and the neighbor ing counties, lean and fat. short and tall, good and bad, old and young, lit tle and big, merry and otherwise, all will Join in the big festivities. The Republicans are not to be ex cluded from the merry making. For will they not also be participants in dM hig parade? The committee ex tends to all of them to take part and as the Republicans quickly recovered from the terrible blow of learning that they will be compelled to bear Wood row another four years a large crowd of them will be in line. A large number of Hrown countiiins are expected to cross the river and participate In the pubilee and the Democrats all over the country are shouting hallelujahs because Ohio went Democratic. Free ferrioge on the Steamer I -an ranee will be given to men and women from everywhere !n Ohio that wish to come. The Uhlans will be given an especial part in the parade. 'Tis said that several notable char acters, prominent In the history of the country at the present will be present and will add to the festivity of the oc casion. Roosters galore will be on hands to crow forth proclaiming that Wobbly Woodrow has been reelected, nit hough as Ed Morrow once observed, they should hang their heads in shame when they think of how their consorts, the noble bens, arc treated under the T'ndcrwood Tariff Law. Ho to It, Democrats, we're for you. Let ull of the Republicans in the COMtry round show that they easily forger their defeats and are willing to meet their honorable opponents ami cably after its all over. Come one, comu all. I urination of Parade (Irand Marshal, ('. Calvert Early. Aids Eneas Myall. T. E. Foley, Kit Best, Clarence Manley, Harry W'alling ford, Leslie King, Charlie Crawford, Leslie Arthur. Wat Wortbiimton, Charles Wilson, Peter S. Anderson and Frank Cosligan. Assemble at Court House at 7 f'di.c k and beaded East as follows. Chief of Police and force, uiountt d. Grand Marshal and Aides, mount"::. County Officials in open carriages. Maysvlllo Band. Horse and foot marchers In follow ing order: Ohio, Lewisburg, Orange burg, Dover. .Murphysville, Helena, Plugtown. Fernlear and Sardls. Ewing band. Mayslick, Hill Top, Washington. Die t rich, Plumville, Maysvlllo First, Sec ond, Third, Fourth, Fifth und Sixth. Uermantown band. Auto parade. Form ut Wall and Third facing South. Augusta band. Line of March Form at Court House at 7 p. m. march West on Third to Wall, North on Wall to Second. East on Second to Sutton. North on Sutton to Front, East on Front to Market, stopping on Front long enough to salute the grand old state of Ohio, South on Market lo I Third, Fast on Third to Bridge, North on Bridge to Second, East on Second to I nion, South on Cnlon to Forest Ave- nue, West on Forest Avenue to Com i merce, North on Commerce to Second j WeBt on Second to Bridge, South on Bridge to Third. West on Third to Limestone, North on Limestone to Sec cud and West on Second to Court where the parade will disband. Automobile owners ure requested not to park their machines on Second I street between Sutton und Market I streets. s; I I It I II A I' KIl'S HU RT In Squire Fred W. Bauer's Court Saturday the following cases were tried Nat Oels, drunk, $B16; Bob Griffith, having wrlskey In possession for other than own consumption, $50 and costs: Tom Staunton, grand lar- eny. held to grand lury, bond, $100. KK1TKVH FROW MM'ISVII-LE AMKH FOR 0 AM AG KM F I TSC II I. A Ml MUM Mill MAM M SKA NtW London. Conn., November 12 j The time of the departure of the Ger ! man submarine Dcutschland was still iincertalu tonight, although everything apparently has been in readiness since i Saturday for a quick dash to sea. At the customhouse It was said the mani fest had not yet txtea filed, but that this formality, together with the Is suance of clearance papers, would oc cupy only a short time. There were more rumors today that British cruisers were outside the three mile limit waiting for the Deutscbland, and that two German war submarlues were off the coast to convoy the boat back to Germany. There was no con firmation KINU-MYEKM Mr. Gilbert Myers, U, aud Miss Gladys Kin U, both of THIsMtIIH er married In County Clark J. J. Owens' Office Saturday by Cuuat.v Mr. CInrence O'Keefe. who has been inployed In Ixiulsvllle for the pot.l year, has rotiraod to this city and will assist his father, Mr. John O'Keefe In conducting his store on Market Ftreet. WANTED Copies of the LodfOf of September 4 and November 7. Please bring to this office. TRAPP BOYER Popular Yonmr People Married at the Parsonage of the i bird Street M. E. Church Veslerdajr Morning Ky Rev. S. K. Hunt. Mr. CInrence Boyer mm .Miss Martha Trapp were quietly married in this city yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock b Rev. S. K. Hunt at the parsonage of the Third Street M E. Church. The happy couple left on ('. O. train No. I for Cincinnati. From there they went to Jackson, Mich., where thev will spend a week. They will then ro to Fort Wayne, Ind.. where Mr. Boyer has accepted a position as drummer In a large moving picture theater. The bride Is the ilaiinhtcr of Mrs MW Shenard of Kr- Fourth stree: and is a very accomplished young lady For the past several weeks she has been engaged as pianist In the Wnsh- i;ton Opera House. S' e has n lu st ol friends in this city, all of whom re spect her for her sweet ways and lov ing disposition. Mr. Boyer is a native of MtoMfDM but for the past two years bus BOM In Ms city as drummer at the Washing ton Opera House. During his stav in this city he has made inaiiv friends Mr. Doyer is a very clever ami pleas ing young man and is exceedingly popular. .Maysvlllo Is indeed unfortunate to ksM this popular couple. The Tedger. together with their many friends, wish them much success and happiness In their married life and in their new home. In the Mason Circuit Court this morning the Equitable Trust Co. of Dover, through their attorney, Hon. A D. Cole filed suit against Vastlne, No Inntl & Lowrey as guardian of Theo dore B. Dryden. Voung Dryden was sorloiv.ly burned by tar while working for this company several weeks ago. Ho Is under 14 years of age. The petition states that he was allowed to engage In work of pouring tar by the contractors and that, the burns received will perma nently disfigure him. The plaintiff asks for $10,000 damages. KRIMAGEX.FMIRA RUBBER GOODS-FRESH g FOUNTAIN BTRHfOM, r i nor WATBI BOTTUDBL 5 BRBA9T PUMPS, KTC. I ALL GUARANTEED S M. F. WILLIAMS & COMPANY i S THE BEST $1.00 PITTED EYE GLASSES IN THE CITY 9 MMIMMSIIMBMMIMMMMMMMMIHI TURKEY BUL1 ETIN Mr. Abe Flora, 23, of Mt. Olivet, and MIsb Ixirena Bruinagen. 2, of Piqun, were married In this city Saturday by Rev. A. F. Stahl. See Us About Your Eyes We give you honest advice, QUAL ITY SERVICE and SATISFACTION. Broken lensr-s duplicated. 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W e believe lluit MunsinKw fur union suits will give you a new idea of underwent- fit. The wity they cover the form without gaping at the seat the manner in which they give and lake with pverjf twist of the body and every contraction of the muscles without binding at the crotch h;is been a surprise and delight to millions. And the beauty of Muiisingwear fit is it doesn't wash out. The comfort of Muiisingwear fit is further increased by softness of the elastic .Muiisingwear yarns, smooth leanw, perfect crotch and perfectly balanced gore in the seat. The prices of Muiisingwear garments are very moderate for such tine quality, The range of fabrics, styles and weights t very wide. There is a correct fitting Muusingwcar garment for you in any style, weight or baft ic desired. Ask us to show you. MEN'S UNION SUITS $1.00 and $1.50 BOYS' UNION SUITS 50c, 75c, and $1.00 WOMEN'S UNION SUITS 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 I 1S62 -1 "x -I n WE HAVE THAT OUT OF OUR SYSTEM (OF COURSE WE MEAN THE ELECTION) Now For "Preparedness" For the Winter As the icy breath of Old Boreas sweeps around the corner it carries that Uestion, "Where shall 1 he clolhed.'" ri(ht home to us. Humanity can no more withstand such weather than the Liliea of the Field. Keweinbcr, right now that flannel are cheaper than "colds" and that underwear costa leaa than "doctor bills." Therefore, we say . "Come unto us all ye who hiver and IN lightly muffed, and wo will warm you up." LADIES' VESTS AND PANTS 26c TO $1.00 LADIES' UNION SUITS 50c TO $2.00 MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 50c TO $1.00 MEN'S UNION SUITS $1.00 TO $3.50 BOYS' AND CHILDREN S UNDERWEAR 25c TO $1.00 : Judge W. H Rtoa.