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4 4-4 4. WMTHKH FORK CAST .;. Know Harries, Ml Wave TntM vTXnrMaT Kalr. 4- cftgcr THR LKin.rK if Of tittr tfMnt mrrllnm that hrlnf re. "It. Oar rates are rnnlt enl with rlrralatloa. Try ns. 4 4 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.4.4.4,4.4,4. MA Y8VILI.E, KENTUCKY. TUEfiDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1916. "HKiur KKPi-nr.rcjy -mi aii. r pvbi.ic v " ONB COPYONS CENT. SCHEDULE TIIIKTY IMVS Of the Ita-kW Hall Season of the Na)tlllt- IIIkIi Srltnel nnonncoil Will I'lii) Thirteen SMMh The schedule of the hsttkct ball sca aou of the MnsvUlc High School Hn kot Ball Team has boon nnnoiinro!. This schedule provide for games un til February I and it in probable that several others will lie played later Thirteen Ramos have been provided for, all of which are with MM played last year. The authorities of the chool are endeavoring to get names with other Central Kentucky towns. Ml. aterlini;, Cynthiann ami others Tbe following Is the schedule ns an nounced : November - Manchester at Mays ville. December 1 --Carlisle at Maysvllle. December S Maysvllle at Augusta. December IB Newport at Maysvllle December 22 Maysvllle at Man chester. December 27 Maysville vs. Alumni. January I Augusta at Maysvllle. January 12 Maysville at Parla. January 13 Maysville at Carlisle. January 20 Paris at Maysvllle. January 2fi Fort Thomas at Mays vllle. February 2 Maysville at Fort Thomas. February 3 Maysvllle at Newport. The team is now practicing steadik and a large number of men are out trying for the various positions. The team expects to excell the record made last year of thirteen won and three lost. Maysvllle's reputation as a bas ket ball town has always been very great and the coaches do not expect to let this reputation decline. Al though the school has never been able to put forth a winning football team M has always led In basket ball. A girls team will probably be organ ized later In the year. The girls last year did not win as many ns they lost but this fact will not discourage them from trying this year. j In Police Court yesterday mornlnR Sidney Myers was sentenced to 30 'days In Jail for petit larceny. Myers In said to have stolod $5 from a fellow hoarder at the Teager Hoarding Mouse 'on Forest avenue. He claimed that he was drunk on the night of the disap pearance of the money and that he wiis sure that he did not steal the monev although he could not remember any thing he had done with any clearness Ho said that ho and the man that had lost th'' money were both drunk. IT tPliri TOMORROW NEXT DAY IT SNOWED Hut Hie HI Parade W as a Ureal Mar-1 res One of fhe l.anrest TMnr of lis Kind Ever I'ulled In Maysvllle. rmiBJtii ma Tmi morhinh Vestordny County Clerk J. J. Owens nnd his assistants Issued 62 hunting licenses to as many nimrods who will rally forth tomorrow to try their hand at the big game of this section, such ns rabbits. There haK been a total of "fill licenses issued for this season and i; is expected that there will be a to tal of R00 Issued before the season is over. PI Alt TCTIIIMI Mr. K. C. Shearer, Piano Tuner, of Cincinnati, will bo here on his semi annual trip, for one week only, begin ning Monday. November 20th. Orders may be left with Miss I.Ida Herry or Central Hotel. XOTH'K ! 'I he annual election of officers of the Maya Villi Chamber of Commerce takes place In the Court room tonight at 7:30. All members requested to attend. SHOTIJIA KXI'MIDKII Mr. Ira Willett of near Mt .(iileml had his arm badly burned a few daya ago when an old muzzle loading shot gun exploded. 1 The condition of .Miss Ixiuiae Dou glas Rogers, whose illness has caused much anxiety among her legion of 1 friends, is very much improved. There will bo an Important meeting! Mr. B. L. Manchester has purchased of the Settlement Club Wednesday af- from Kirk & Kirk a dandy Saxon Six ternoon at 1:30 at the City Mission. touring car. Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For Winter. Parts and Sup plies Cars For Hire Goodyear Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST Rim-Cuta by the No-Rim-Cat feature. 3IowmiU -by the "On-Air" cure. Loot Trdi-Iv oiuny rubber rivals. Insecurity bv 126 braided piano wires. Puncture, end SkUUiqt by the double thick All -Weather treed. The hlg parade and Democratic Jubi lee last night was one of the biggest things of Its kind ever pulled off In the City of Maysvllle. There were several hundred persons In the parade and it took 45 minutes to pass any point. The people beran coming Into Mays llle about 6 o'clock and within th space of an hour the streets were fll! ed with those attracted by the big ral ly. The crowd was a very orderly and elthough red fire was plentiful, no red liquor was in evidence. Although a groat number of persons took part in the parade, still the side walks were blocked with those wishing to see the demonstration. The parade formed at the corner of Third and Wall streets. It was de layed for some time by the tardiness of the Oermantown Band. As soon as the band arrived however the parade began to move as It had already been formed. The parade passed up Third to Market, down Market to Second, down Second to 8utton, down Button lo Front where the parade stopped la salute the State of Ohio for going Democratic, then up Market to Third, then up Third to Bridge, then up L'rldge and Second to I'nlon, where It crossed to Forest avenue and later across Commerce to Second, then re turning to the corner of Second and Court where It disbanded. A large number of the merrymakers dropped rut when the parade started for the Hunt End hut those remaining snowed that the event was certainly a big one. Maysvllle's Police Force was first in the line of mach of the parade. Mr Calvert Early, marshal of the parade, and his aides, followed next. The county and several of the city of ficials were next In the lino, seated In open carriages. The Maysvllle Blue grass Concert Band came along play ing some lively tunes. The marchers then held sway for the next portion of the parade the Ohlans leading- The marchers wore divided by the Rwine Band. Following the marchers was the Germantown Band. A long auto parade and the Augusta band com pleted the procession. Many and varied were costumes worn by the marchers. Near ly every auto In tho parade was deco rated as much as possible and most of them had banners across the back of tho machines. All of the banners were very appropriate one of which reminded us that Wood row Wilson's Wobbly Ways Won. (It wasn't that, gentle reader. It was because there were more people voted Democratic than there were Republican.) Taken In all the parade was a great bticcess and was a great credit to the committee In charge of the arrange ments. They only had a very few days In which to make arrangements for the event but notwithstanding this they put their arrangements across in great style. The funeral of Mrs Sarah Power vas held from tho Into home on East Third street thla morning at 10:30 o clock. A largo number of friends were present at the services, niirlal was made in the Maysville Cemetery FOR BAH NEKTIftfl rtM-Mt OFF The special set les of meetings which were lo have begun In Stewart's Chap el on Bull Creek last nh:ht have been culled off. They will probably bo hold Inter In the year. OFFICERS M Hie Mil) si llle Clinmhrr l' ( mem- Will lie Fleeled In the Of. Hers of tlir Organization In the First-Standard Hank Hank Tonight at IfH O'clock. 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 The annual election of officers of the Maysville ciinmhcr of Commerce will bo hold In the Court room tti nisfht at 7 .10 o'clock This promises to be a bit; meeting and although thin eVrtinn does not expect to come up to the one Just past In prominence, yet ibere will bo a spirited contest for the various offices. The nominating committer, con; pnesd of five members appointed by II. c secretary and five nppointect by the president of the club, has nominated (he following gentlemen for the var ious positions: For President Horace J. Coch ran. John C. Everett. For Vice President Stanley F. Heed, Jiimes H. Hall. For Treasurer n c simrp. Ctarenei U Wood. Director, department of Organisa tion Affairs Thomas Hi Grey, W. Hall Si rode. Dire tor. Depart moot of llctall Busi ness Affairs A. L,. Man, C. E. Die- teilch. Director, Department Industrial Af fairs - - Suddutb Calhoun, Andrew Clootie) . Director, Department Agricultural Affairs-Thomns I. Ewan, J C Itur-well Director, Department of Civic Af- fuirs O. L. Bartiett, James Purdon. Nomiuations will be opened from tho Bbor however, and It Is expected that vernl more will be added to tho bovc list. A full results of the elec tion will he announced hi tomorrow's Ledger. Personal property of Miss Caroline Downing on November 15, 1918, on Kenton atatlon Pike. A. N. RYE. Admlnlstrstor. (JEORUE WOOD, Auctioneer. WAWtBM Copies of the ledger of September 4 and November 7. Please bring to this office. RUBBER GOODS-FRESH l OI NTAlX XYI.INl.KK. HOT WATER BOTTLES. BRKAJBT PUMPS, ETC. ALL GUARANTEED The many friends of Mrs. John It Cochran, whose illness was mentioned In the ledger several days ago, will very much regret to learn that her condition at this writing is most criti cal. Called meeting of Maysville Council No. 1377 K of C. this evening at 7:110 o'clock. W. T. Cl'MMINOS, 0. K. John McAullffc, Secretary. : i M. F. WILLIAMS & COMPANY g THE BEST $1.00 FITTED EYE GLASSES IN THE CITY ! mm. HO HOT ECONOMIZE WHEN OUT. rmi ol.issks It would surprise you to know tho number of persons who wear wrong glasses. Get them right see us. llr. II. Kahn of Cincinnati on Mondays. Or. (purge Do line Every Day. Optometrists and Optlclons. O'Kecfe Building. TURKEY BULLETIN 18caPound The E. L. Manchester yjjjB aJgTlavffaW MvJiiflnngMnffliBlW Produce Co. Creams and. Ices If You Are a Sufferer From the Heat, Try Our BIERLEY'S CONFECTIilTERY DM Market Street rTaiij r i i i SUICIDE Negro Man I roll) PieiiiingNliurg Is Thought to Hate Drowned Him self Here Last Mtrhi -t ripple Man. Somewhat of a mystery is confront ing the local police force this morning I A man from Klemingsburg is thought to have drowned himself from the fer i ry boat last night. LdMa yesterday afternoon the au thorities received ii message from the Klemingsburg officials, asking them lo b" on the lookout for l.ee Kunyuii, col ored, who had left that city with the intention of coming to Maysville to I commit suicide. The police kept on I the lookout for the man but saw noth I ing of him. Early this morning a crutch, a cane and a hat were found on the ferry boat The supposition is that the negro man drowned himself last night as lie was described as a cripple man. The crutch, cane and coat were taken to : the police headquarters where th will be held until they can be Identified as belonging to the man. The man may have left these things oil the float as a blind but In ail probabllltlea he diowned himself. Mr. Frank l.lmerick Is again at his post on the street car as uiotonnan. Mr. Limerick had his shoulder wrench ed five weeks ago 111 an accident and his legion of friends are glad he is well, while the timely public rujolce because he Is polite, capable aud true In service. i in' uiauy friends of Mr. Tom Ball will be greatly surprised when they hear of his marriage which took place some two weeks ago in Covluglou, Ky , to Miss Katbryu Kice of that city. Mr. Hall waa au employe of the L. A N. "The Home of QUALITY Clothes" "IN THE EYES OF THE WORLD" While it is true that clothes don't make the man, you'll have to admit that they have a lot to do with other ptople's im- pressions of him. The man who wears "Hechinger" Clothes is beyond criticism. Our New Fall Suits pid Overcoats are well made, along 2 new lines, of unusually attractive materials, and we know we can fit you to one that will prove satisfactory in every respect. 9 They identify the wearer with prosperity and good taste. Come in today. Prices are pleasing to you. Id. hechinger & co. 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