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TO MAYIVXLLB FUBLIO UBDQSSt FAM TDtX m Oats, Horse and Mule Feed R. M. HARMSOH & Dairy Feed and Clover Hay SON Pastime TodaylSOKKA Shirley Mason IN ORDEH TO GIVE THOSE WHO HAVE NOT SOLD THEIR TOBACCO A CHANCE AT THESE RECORDS FOR ONLY HAVE YOU TRIED OUR 61 Cents NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES IN NEWS Golden in color and as good aa can bought. We are receiving some of the nicest OYSTERS we have had this season. wwavi nm w i ft w a nv n.vi 1 I . DON'T FORGET to serve our 35 cant COFFEE th um First Grade -France, Newell. Edna ARE CONTINUING SALE FOR TEN DAYS - AND FOR 10 Jnff8 itl kind that makes everybody glad to get w for Paul. Eugene Kirk, Bessie Berry, Elli- DAYS ONLY. breakfast. EVER SINCE EVE WITH " HERBERT HE YES and ALL-STAR CAST The Strange Story of a Little Orphan Girl. ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS COMING "OVER THE HILL," WEEK OF FEBRUARY 13. JOHXSOX WANTS TO PUT HIS FRIENDS RIGHT. Charley Johnson, well known Mays ville colored citizen and horse handler wants the Public Ledger to put his friends right on something that has caused him considerable trouble. Be cause of his name Charley has found himself recently in very embarrassing positions. He wants all of his friends to know that he is not the Charley Johnson recently fined in a local court for stealing a turkey, neither is he the Charley Johnson arrested on a vagrancy charge and ordered by City Judge Curran to go to work. The Sixth "Ward Parent- Teachers' Assocation will hold its regular meet , ing Friday, February 3rd. THE FAMOrS BLACK BETSY COAL. At Joseph H. Dodson Coal Yard, cor ner Wall and From streets, Maysville, Ky. We hare purchased this splendid lot of coal and at the price of 20 cents per bushel In the yard for Lump Coal, which is below the markeet. Cash on order to close It out Contract made with Jos. H. Dodson, who will weigh the same, is author ized by us. McDAXIEL & FOSSKTT. STRIKE CALLED OFF. Omaha, Jan. 31. More than 1,000 strikers, members of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers Workmen of North America, have voted te-oall off the strike in local packing plants slnoe December 5. BETTER FEED At More Reasonable Prices WE HANDLE MARSHALL'S 24?c DAIRY FEED THAT ALL THE DAIRYMEN SAY IS THE BEST FE ED THEY HATE EVER FED. WHY NOT TRY A TON AND GE T MORE MONEY FOR YOCR MILK? SAM CARPENTER & CO. abeth Boggs, Elizabeth XI. Berry, Irma Hairhill, I.ouella Walker, Charles Easton, Thelma Gilbert, Anna Shana han. Robert Seevers, Lillie May Tolle, William Rryan, Edward Rose. Charles Atkinson. Slyvester Harrington. Second Grade Ruth Brodt, Emily Racel, Marie Vines, Allen Dodson, Joseph Childs, Virginia Crowell, Anna Belle Mullory, Philip Hardymon, Mar garet Rees, Douglas Warder, Ruth Burrle, Ora Gulley. Stewart Fishter. Lillian Hutchison. Third Grade. Margaret Atkinson, Robert Carrlgan. Ruth Fields. Fourth Grade Nine Allison, Vlv. ien Fowler, Roy Lancaster, Billie Powell, Velma Carrlgan, Wm. Hutch ison, Edith Tucker, Katherine Coch ran. Fifth Grade Carmen Wood. Sixth Grade Chloe Newell, Lydia Cole. Catherine Helmer, Nancy Lovel, Elinore Harbeson, Gladys Keith. Wini fred Slye, Edward Atkinson. Andrew Walters. Seventh Grade Allte Davis Chinn. Jane Moses, Louis Mullen, Thelma Pollitt. Ada Kratzer, Catherine Fee, Sudduth Calhoun, Ned Lee. Berry Spence. Houston Wood. Eighth Grade Allene Hardymon, Charlton Key, Henry Key. Lillian Furlong. John A. Reed, Jennie Sld- well. Florence Fee. High School. Freshman Esther Bramel. Edward Calkins. Louise Calvert, Oscar Grah am. Edith King. Goldie King. Jose phine Trisler. Sophomore Dorothy CapHi'ser. Kathryn Coughlin, Elouise Dunbar, Hazel Girwln, Lillian Hardymon. Eu gene Jones, Martha Mannine. Edwin Martin. Martha Purdon. M'lrtred Tierney, Eugene Willett. Junior Frank Booughton. Eliza- bet Bullock, Mary Donald. Harriett Glascock, Nancye Glascock, Bruce Henry, Martha Holiday. Ruth Kehoe, William Kinsler. Jean Merz, Agatha Ritchie, Elmer Stewart, Brent Wood. Senior Helen Burrows. Roger Caplinger, Llde Chenault, Wm. Coch ran. Cecelia Cooney, Austin Fleming. Katherine Forman. Stephen Manning, Mitchell Matthews. Nellie McCormlck, Graham MoBes. Herbert Mullen, jonn O'Donnell. Elizabeth Orr, .Tuanita Richardson, Clarence Soward. This list includes our entire 85o and $1.00 latest Columbia Records such as EVERYBODY STEP FAIR ONE WABASH BLUES VENETIAN MOON TUCK ME TO SLEEP. RODEHEAVERS IN THE GARDEN TRANSFORMED CALLING THEE BRIGHTEN THE CORNERS ALL THE STANDARD SONGS, BANJOS, AND VIOLINS. COME IN TODAY. R. L TURNER & SON St. Telephone 229. "WE STAND BACK OF EVERYTHING WE SAT 01 HIT Murphy's Jewelry Store 15 WEST SECOND STREET. GOVERNMENT TO IN VESTIGATE DISASTER Federal Mi eminent Will Immediately Begin Investigation Into the Theater Disaster. Washington, Jan. 31. All the pow erB of the federal government will be exercised to probe the Knickerbocker Theater catastrophe, it was learned today. If the investigation shows faulty or cheap construction or lax building in spection methods, those responsible will be charged with criminal negli gence and prosecuted relentlessly Harry M. Daugherty .attorney general EAST FOURTH STREET PHONE NO. iiS-K. MR.EPICURE TELLS YOU' WHERE TO MOOD POR ASTIDIOUS, JLOLKS k MODEL RESTAURANTS J09 WEST SECONDS. MAVSVI KENTI Let Not Your Ap petite Despair Here's' a restaurant service that both your food-fondness and your digestion will O. K. Service that's us polite as the crinkle of spotless linen and food that is as good as you ever hoped to encompass. DILHOFER ILL. St. Louis. Mo., Jan. 3f. William Dilhofer, catcher of the St Louis Na tional League club, is in a serious con dition at St. John's Hospital here, ac cording to announcements today by Dr. Robert Hyland. club physician, as the result of an attack of typhoid fever Dilhofer recently was married in mo bile. Ala., and has returned here to reside when he was taken 111. Hilhofer formerly with the Ports mouth club in the Ohio State League, is well known here. said. Congress, the executive departments and the district government have Join ed in inquiry into e,very phase of the disaster. Tolice said today a careful check-up has decreased the deuth list to 95 Other deaths were expected in hos pltals. Six army and navy construction en gineers will investigate the construe tion of the theater for the Department of Justice. Reports were current that concrete In the roof and walls was in a crumbly state, and that reinforcements were lacking. The report of the army-navy experU will be placed before a federal grand Jury here. L0E NEGRO GIVES SIXTY POLICEMEN BATTLE Boston, Jan. 31. Sixty patrolmen, armed with riot guns, battled more than an hour early today against Ren- zy Murray, a negro, who barricaded in his home in the South End, shot and seriously wounded two patrolmen, a negress and a negro, and set fire to a bed In which an Infant lay. Murray surrendered uninjured when a dozen officers broke down the door of the house. ShouU of "Lynch him!" were made by the crowd that fought to get at him. He was roughly handled be fore the officers put him In a patrol wagon. Ledger Service Efficiency. NOTICE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Special conclavo of Maysville Com mandery No. 10, Knights Templar, will be held Tuesday evening at the asylum In the Masonic Templo for the conference of the Templar degree. All Sir Knights urged to attend in full uniform. WAKE KKCOKDKD. Cleveland, Jim. 31. An earthquake. believed to be of enormous propor tions and apparently In the southwost- i section of North America, was registered on the seismograph at St. Ignatius College hero toduy. Father F. L. Ocioubach, in charge of the observatory, sold the seismograph j indicated the quake was in lower Mex ico or further down toward South America. It is about 3000 miles from . Cioveland, he said. ooooooooo o ooooooooo niaiuiuiAI, CALENDAR o a January 31. Thirteenth O amendment forbidding- slav- O ery In the lnlted States, or O her poHsesHlonn. Adopted O 1865. q o Mr. Isaac Chancellor, former local druggist, who for some time has been located at Iexington, has returned to I Maysville. i!3?vau? - t mm t. Mrs. John Dickson, of Batavla, Ohio. has returned to her home after being called here by death of her mother. Ledger Service Efficiency. liaaa Iroubla to IT rol. kUm. mi Mm Brown?, ml Dm Imm ail. CMlHL -I raa I hank rotor KUmt Pit thai I loot MWf. OKI Uliwlkull u ru -Jot! r. HronH. Oaaaa. Nok. Wtwii suffering frooi Backache, Rheumatism, Lama Back, Kidneys or Bladder, ""FOLEY KIDNFYPIUS Tonic in Action Quick to ClnCood Kosulta WHICH Do you thinks the most of? Your money or your life? When you get HELD UP, and don't have any money, then you are likely to get saat vr, for not having any, Keep a COLT or some kind of a gun within easy reach. Once in every man's life you'll need a gun. Thos who have gone through it, know it You should profit by tneir experience. If we haven t the pattern you want we can get it for you on short notice. During the month of January, we will deduct love rrom any make gun we sell or order for you. It's up to you. we pay a license to sell Fire arms and you don't have to worry about having a lot of red tape to come through with, all we require is a few strips of Green and the protection is your. GALLENSTEIN'S CASH STORE In connection with KokomoJTire Stere Ask anybody, where you can buy a cult v aim wiiariD HEMSTITCHING and PECOTING Done While You Wait. MISS ALMA ARM Operator. New and Up-to-Date Machine CLIFT-CARR SHOP MRS! !E CUFT MRS.JA. C. CAM A Sale That Means Something THIS IS IT; A JANUARY CLEARANCE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS AND OVER COATS. WE NEED ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS; YOU NEED CLOTHES. WE MARK PRICES DOWN; YOU TAKE THE GOODS FAIR FOR EVERYBODY. jrAsoTf rom'Trs coTRiBrnox. Frankfort, Ky., Jan) 30. State Inspector and Examinter Henry E. James today filed with Gov. Edfcln P. Morrow a report covering an Investi gation of Mason county, and turned Into the state treasury $68,28 collected from delinquent officials. He reported all of the offices in excellent condition and all funds properly accounted for. Try a ttifir Want M- it !' DON 'T FORGET Thompson's Barosma Tablets Ilelleve Backache, Sldeache and Kid. ney. Liver and Bladder Disease", Or Money Back. When you trade with us you don't have to buy from a half dozen others to get what you want. We usually have what you want when Assistant. you want. Don't forget H. & E. DOMINO SUGAR has no equal. Don't take substitutes. v GEO. P. LAMBERT Chiropractor CKiifi BaMiL MaTkit Strut, MAYSVILLE' KY. Taeae SW-K. ooooooooo o ooooooooo AKKESIKI) OX LEWIS ' nn .NTV ixDirrxEST. W. Ruilil, who was before City Jude Currnn Tuesday afternoon on a charne of soiling liquor and whose hearing was pomlnuoH until sm day. was arreted b Deputy 8herlffi liasp and Applegate Immediately upon the adjournment of City Court The oillcers made the arrest on a bench warrant Issued In the Lewla Circuit Court after Hudd had been Indicted thero on a rhsrge of obtaining goods under false pretenses. Rudd formerly lived In Lewis county and moved to Maysville only a few months aico. A I.KIRXED WAX. "Ills mother tells me th young Tolllnsbee can speak seven languages fluently." said Mrs. Newloywed. "Does that Include the one be uaea at golf?" asked her husband. INSURANCE That h your protrtln. call So. lie and art. is. Fire, itorade, WladsUrkm. linnd and all klads of lasiraar, . P. A D. B. COUGHLTO, We. tot Market Htrrt- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All Items under thla bead I cant ora-' Minimum chare in rnia WANTED CIKLS WANTED at the Fly Net Fac- tory. in Ion street. 31Jan3t FOR RENT FOR KENT Three burnished rooms with water, gas and electricity. Ap ply at 1241 East Second street 30-S FOR RENT Second and third floor gaa furnished. Inquire 204 Market street 30Jan6t FOR RENT Modern flat. 4 rooms with bath, electric lights and gaa. Apply to Ed Rlchcson, West Third street 25Jan4t FOR SAL! FOR SALE Stove Wood, $2.60 a rick 4 feet by 8 feet Roy Brown, 1I0 East Second street 20JanSt FOR 8ALE Good second band Coat Suit Apply at 706 East Second treet 27Dec-tf FOR SALK Handsome dreaa aolt most reasonable. Apply at hia office. JTOUND FOUND Bunch of Keys. Apply Jan itor Bank of Maysville. SUanSt PUBLIC SALE S? DINGER BROS. LEADING RETAILERS $29.50 FOR HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS AND OVERCOATS THAT FORMERLY SOLD FOR $40.00; $45.00 AND $60.00. Brady-Bouldin Co. Second and Market Streets HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER tt MARX CLOTHES Having decided to quit farming I will offer my farm located between Washington and Murphysville, on the pike at auction for the high dollar on , , I : f , SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4th 7 At 10 o'clock a. m. containing 114 acres, all in good strong Limestone land and practically all in Bluegrass, 14 acres of North Fork bottoms, plenty of never failing water, all well fenced, plenty of good strong tobacco land. The buildings consist of a 6 room dwelling house in cood condi- Not S6 hours old when you serve it. Miltonia Bread is always tion, a good stock barn, (no better in the county). 40x60 tobacco good. Why? Because it's made of the very BEST FLOUR. barn and all necessary outbuildings. This farm is located welL Also, delicious Rolls of all kinds. Can't tell them from Aunt bein ol86 to B""6- It is in the Washington School district and iigbcolor'ed. and your 'eye. dull and Wde Balls. ecnool wagons pass pass by the door. . complexion sallow, the chance, are Something else good to tell you. We are havin home-made . . BUiU oa uo!iw wnM wmoa M Known on that your kidneys are weak and clog- Biftt.n Biimnlta. Potato Chin. Amrl PhnH flat.-.!,,, Am. aaW 01 ,aIe' Possession on March 1, 1022. ged up, and that your blood la full of ' , ' . " V T . . , A I will also offer the following for sale: 1 four-year-old Cow. impurities. " you are looking lor the very best FIS and all kinds of freflh i. the Bnrifl: , Ha " . lES CALL AT . . . " .'. Yes, money back; that's the offer that J. J. Woods It. Bon .the agents in Maysville, make If Thompson's Baros- n j. Kidney Tablets fall to relieve any of the above named diseases. And when you stop to think, that's n most generous oner from tne view. point of the afflicted, the sick and the suffering. So If you are 111 .have the blues, have lost ambition, bave headache or pains In your aide, If your urine Is 3m Out of Hk oven So why wait when Thompson's Ba- CAKES CALL AT rosraa Kidney Tablets are guaranteed to restore your health? If you are not greatly benefited take back the empty bos to J. J. Wood Bon and git your money. Price 60 easts : Russell $ Russell Bakery MARKET STREET. Large Land Plow; 1 Single Shovel Plow; 2 Double Shovel Plows: 1 Five Shovel Cultivator; 1 Iron Wheel Wagon: 2 Sets Hin-Strao Harness; Forks, Shovels, Hoes and other Farm Tools,. A. P. HILL, Owner. H. 0. HAWKINS, Auctioneer. SHERMAN ARN, Sales Agent. rm AT OPERA HOUSE I Warlnacn.i A .Via flUKA A (i...... I C 1 - w wwa T WU1IVOUH IUW nilCI 1IUUI1 MUU EVCIlIIJg wfflgei The 4 Horsemon of the ADOca vosel Ethel Clayton in "SHAM" 4 0 . .... .......... i mm- ... I ) ' N. fx.