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GREAT MASS OF '
MAIL HANDLED I
low, poster
I and
Local Postal Force, Working D
XlffhL Handled Christmas ;
'Quickly Over $1800 Wori
' Of Stamps Sold.
Mrs. Zorayda ' W. Cochrane local
postmistress, made a most intiftrhstlng
report of the Christmas rush If t the
local poctofflco for the two wrt fi be
fore Christmas which ahowi I jo fol-
towlnr: ,
(93 Money Order amount lis to
13,71199 were taeued.
1,907 parcels wore Insured.
Stamp sale amounted to $1,
W.00
700 8peolal delivery letters
d par-
tela war reoelved and dellveil
v Thar waa no count kept!
if the
Is that
thousands of packages and lot
-were not Insured but were
for dispatch and delivery as
1-celved
egular
The local postal (ore 1 tof
aratulated for the efficient m
which the heavy work;wasI
during the Christmas tetsonf
thing moved off with ease ahtlf
and there waa little troub
quick dispatch of mall and
plaint on the delivery. ' .
Special compliment are
Chris Hunalcker, the ever prd
messenger, for his special
and ejetxa hard work during
on In dollverlng mall to ancf
trains. Many days be was
. to work until far after ml
e con
fer in
Vidled
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' there was no .accumulation
the postofflce fcf the depot
believe there Mas ever bee:
, satisfactory ha-dllng of the
I
- of mall at Chrfctmaa time a
poatoOce. j
SPEjici.
AL KOTICE
We are stlU in business
the best of cleaning and P'
dyeing; have a cleaner
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THODSliKOS paid OUT
in sivi::as accou
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Bank of Mays. Ills Toys More Mm
$30,000 a l'earlln Savings Across
8oa Xelo to Begin Saving-.
This la the tlnl
of the year to ataft
savings aoco:
it No mater how
small the sum
lay be the Bank or.
Maysvllle will bl
glad to have you
come In and get
a savings book and
aid you In savlng.V This bank wants to
help you and wild pay you compound
Interest on your savings. They pay It
twice a year, Janulry and July. They
pay out over thtrtytthousand dollars a
year to their more khan five thousand
savings customers. Uf you are not one
of them, you should become one at
onoe. It will surplus you how fast
your savings will grow, If you Just
get started and keel trying. It will
cost you nothing to tfr. They will give
you a book and show ou how, and you
can deposit large or small sums at
any time you wish. If you wsnt your
money to be absolutely safe and make
yon something, put It 'tin the Bank of
Maysvllle. They are glad to divide
their profits with their customers. 30-3
THE GBEAT ALONE."
The Pastime Theater presents an
exceptional big feature New Year's
Day. Monday, January 1st featuring
Amorlca's greatest emotional actor,
Monroe Salisbury In "The Great
Alone." A atory of the giant of the
gridiron of Stamford University In
California, and the land of snow and
ioe In Alaska. This Is a companion
picture to "The Storm," Start the New
Year right by aeetng this masterpiece
You will sure have a happy New Year
It you see this picture. See the big
mow storm, the greatest fight ever
staged Id the great alone.
!. DUG L1CEJK3ES. ,
rhe Dog licenses for 1923 are now
my hands for Issue, and Kentucky
JMutoi" that all dogs, regard
(ess op. shall De duly licensed on
I or beftlxnuary 1st 1923.
1 Lice; for first male S100, and
leach 0 thereafter $2.00; to first
I (lialst.OO and each female there-
( after M. ' SDec-tf
if. JANOABY. County Clerk.
iroiriN'g CASE COMISlKDi ! .
.jTAKSANT HEAVILY TIN ED.
Carlflie. Ky. The case against Mrs
Bessie Dunn, charged with having
liquor in her possession, was contin
ued on account of the Illness of the
defendant Roy Vansant was tried
the charges of transporting and p
easing liquor. Vansant was arrest
following the finding of about 20 ga
Ions of whisky at the home of Mn
Dunn. The maximum penalty, ' $30(1
fine and 60 daya in Jail, was given In'
each case. Vmaant will appeal.
The Liberty M'arehoase Is open to
receive tobacco for the first sale te be
held on January 2nd. 26Dec6t
OYSTERS
BEST QUALITY and know
cleanliness.
trying, quart 85 cents
loping and itewi, qt. 70 cenU
some of our '
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CRACKERS
KKTAHJaS
JUST THE
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JGS and
NDRIES
NEW TEAS POST CARDS,
JND PURITAN CANDIES
IviLLE, KY.
MYSTERIOUS CAR
AT FT. THOMAS HAS
LOCALLICtllSETAGS
License Plates Stolen From Prof. Tur
ipseed's Or Found on Mysterious
Ford Now In Ft Thomas
Garage Unclaimed.
Sheriff C. M. Devore waa advised by
authorities at Ft. Thomas Saturday
scorning that a new Ford Sedan bear
lnyr license plates of the numbers as
signed to. Mason county, had been In
nubllo nraee In that city for several
dayp and that no one having called tor
the nachlne, the garage men had re
ported it to the authorities suspecting
that the car had been stolon.
Referring to the county records, the
sheriff found that the plates on the
car atl Ft Thomas had ben assigned
Prof, deorge H. Turnlpseed, Superin
tendent of the Mason County Schools.
The sheriff at once got In touch with
Prof. TurnlpBeed, who has not seen
his car for several daye but who went
Immediately to his garage and found
that the license plates on his car had
been torn off.
Prof. Turnlpseed's car had just been
returned home from tho Butck garage
and an Investigation was made there
by the officers. They found from the
garage men that on last Thursday a
new Ford sedan In which three young
men and a young woman, all of whom
were suspicious Jooklng characters
were at the garage. They said they
had come from Lexington and had
been directed through Maysvllle en
route to Louisville. This caused the
garage men to suspect that the new
car had been stolen. It is thought that
while at the Bulck garage, the young
men stole the tags from Prof. Turnip-
deed's car and discarded the original
tags on the machine.
These facts have been given the Ft.
Thomas authorities by Sheriff Devore.
KIDNAPED CHILD IS
- RETURNED TO PARENTS.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 30. Eight-year
old Mary Glovannangell, kidnaped
eight days ago and held tor a ransom
of $20,000, was returned to her home
this morning, less than 12 hours after
ber father, Nicola GlonannangeU, East
Side banker, had reported her disap
pearance to the police.
The child's return was almost a
daring as her leisure, more than I
week ago. Despite a police guard sto
tloned at her father's bank and home
to block any attempted reprisals for
his action in reporting the demand for
ransom, she waa brought to within
half a block of her home. There
man helped her from an automobllo
and directed her to "hurry homo, and
don't be afraid of tho dark." She had
not been harmed, and Informed her
parents she had ben taken to a farm.
house. She bad been well cared for,
land even feted on Christmas day, she
Vald
9R0TVNIKO THEQBT COKFIBXED,
The theory that Mr. Fred Schnelle,
lctcal shoemaker, had drowned was
;actloally confirmed late Friday af
ternoon when a hat idontlfled as one
wore when last seen, was blown
the bottom of the Ohio River
witth dynamite near the old gas works.
Thiis far Mr. Schnello's body has not
been recovered but a search of the
river continues. As there was an
artificial rise in tho river Thursday
night. It Is thought that the body has
boon (carried down stream quite a dis
tance'
PAYROLL ROBBERY. .
Cleveland, Ohio, Dec. 30. Armed
men, tnts morning held np the pay
master lot the Ferry Cap Screw com
pany, tend escaped with the $20,000
weekly kayroll.
Robbers entered the office of the
company! with pistols drawn.
The paymaster, just returned from
a bank with the money, heavily guard
ed by an fcrmed escort, was caught oft
his guard Ihy the sudden raid.
WATtl'H NIGHT MEETINGS,
Soveral ivatch night meetings will
be held Sunday night to watch the old
year out anil the new year In. A very
special senllce will be held at the
Third Street I M. E. church. New Year's
prayer meetitngi will be held at 7 a
m. Monday rt sevorol'of the local
ohurchee.
BIG RUSH F!
PR ATJTO
LICENSE TAGS.
, The office of t
ounty Clerk A. M. Jan-
uary was filled
all day Saturday with
nutomoblle own
until the last
rs who bad postponed
ay the obtaining of
their 123 Boons
the last ehsnce I
tags. Saturday was
obtain tags and li
censee before the fcew year,
WEEK OF PRAYER TO BE
- OBSERYEDBY BAPTISTS
Woman's Klssionary Society of Bap
tist Church to Observe Annual
Prayer M eek Beginning Monday.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Flrat. Baptist church will observe
the January Week of Prayer, begin
ning on New Year's evening.
Every ' member of the church is
urged to attend these meetings. The
services begin each ' evening at 7
o'clock. Be on time and bring 'some
one wfth you. All visitors are welcome.
Following Is the program for Mon
day evening:
Leador Mrs. L. H. Veale.
Subject Japan.
W. M. U. Hymn.
Scripture Reading.
Prayer Rev. John A, Davis.
"The Voice Out of tho Darkness".
Mrs. Fred Jones.
"Saving the Children" Mrs. Riley
Oalther.
Prayer Mr. C. N. Dollnger.
"BaptlBt Schools In Japan." Mrs
John A. Davis.
"Tho Japanese Missionary in Japan
Mrs. J. P. Moore.
Solo '"Open the Gates of Brayer"
Mr. U H. Veale.
"Keeping Touch With Mission
Study" Mrs. C. N. Bollnger.
Closing Prayer Prof. W. T. Berry.
HOLIDAY REGULATION
AT THE POSTOFFICE
January 1, 1923, New Years Day.
All departments at the postofflce will
be open from 8 to 11 a. m The City
Carriers will observe their regula
schedule of two deliveries. T'i?re will
be no rural delivery.
ZORAYDA W. COCHRAN. T. M.
NOTICE.
All persons having claim? n-Inst
the estate of Patrick Gantlcy. dc-nsed
will please present same at or.-c prop
erly proved according to law; r.:; 1 all
persons Indebted to the said es tate
will please make Immediate se'tl. :.:en
of same 29Dec3t
KATIE R. GANTLEY, Admx,
ON TRIP TO EUROPE.
Mr. and Mi. J. R. Kirk left for
York Saturday afternoon, where tV.
will spend a month!. They will t
joined February 1 by Sir. and M:
Robert A. Cochran. On February "3 tl'
party will leave for a three months
stay in Europe. 1
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
All persons having claims ngalnst
the estate of M. F. Coughlln, deceased
are requested to bring them properly
proved, and all owing the estate are
asked to call and settle by January
1923, MRS. M. F. COt'GHLIN,
28DecSt Executrl
WE DO IT EIGHT.
We are willing that you should
be the judge of the quality of our
work. Let your sight direct your
judgment. Send us one order and
examine our work carefully.
The Modern Laundry and
Dry Cleaning Co.
SI East See! Street 'Phone 163
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1AYSVILLE BOY
SHOOTS SELF III AT
TEMPT AT SUICIDE
Fred Hays, Slaysrllle Boy, on Visit to
Sister In Angasto, RJres Rifle Into
Abdomen Little,. Chance for
Recovery.
Frod Hays, well known Maysvllle
boy, ilea at the point of death at Hays-
wood hospital Buffeting from a rifle
shot Wound in the abdomen. Attending
physicians say there is little chance
for his reccvery as the ball has pierced
several entrals and the liver was
struck.
The young man has for the past sev
eral weeks made his home with his
sister, Mrs. Ida Case, at Augusta and
v.hllo at his sister's home in the
Bracken county town Friday evening
at about 8 o'clock, he shot himself
with a small .22-caliber rifle. At first
it was thought that he had shot him.
self accidentally but nt the' hospital
le told relatives and the physicians
that he had planned to take his own
life.
The cause for the rash act is as
signed sb worry over numerous
troubles.
Although a native of Maysvllle, Hays
iad not been living here for several
years but had resided In several of
the larger cities. " ' '
Reports from his bedsire at the hos
pital Saturday afternoon were to tho
ffect that hl3 condition was very crit-
'cal and that his death might be ex
nected nt. any time. Hays Is about 23
vcarg of age.
SLATING WAS NOT
JUSTIFIABLE, SAYS CORONER.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 29 Clifford L.
Bleckerhy, tobacco broken, was
charged with having killed Dr. Charles
E. Heavrln, dentist, without justifica
tion, by a verdict returned today by a
coroner's Jury. Dr. Heavrln died De
lembsr 25 of wounds Inflicted Decem
ber 18. He was found to be uncon
scious In the building In which he has
his office shortly after the shot is sup
nosed to have been fired.
FORMER RESIDENT DIES
AT CINCINNATI HOME.
Relatives here have been'advlsed of
he dcntl'i Friday nt hor home in Cln
Mnnr.tl of Mies Elizabeth Driscoll,
twenty years of ape, daughter of Mr.
;ind Mrs. Joseph Driscoll, formerly of
this city. Funeral will be hold Tues
Ony at Cincinnati.
Miss Nellie Grant is spending the
holidays with her brother Dr. John B.
Grant of New York City.
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1023 CHRISTMAS SH0
BIG RAID MADE ON
COAL HEAYERS IN LEWIS
C. A 0. Detectives Arrest Fourteen at
Concord for Coal Heaving', Which
Is Said To Have Been Heavy.
C. & O. Detective H. M. Brown, of
this city, returned home Friday night
from Vanceburg whore he had taken
fourteen men and boys who had been
arrested on Thursday at Concord by
himself and Special C. ' & O. Officer
Jos. Webb on charges of "coal heav
ing" and train riding.
OfDcor Brown' reports that for sev
eral months there has been much com.
plaint about the wholesale theft of
coal at the Concord station and the
two officers stationed themselves there
with the Intention of making an effort
to break np the practice which had
cost hundreds of dollars.
Among the fourteen arrested were
three Maysvllle boys, Dale Bryant, 15
Willis Martin, aged 13, and Arnold Ad
kins, aged 18, all of whom were
charged with train riding. They arc
now being held nt Vanceburg.
Those arrested for coal heaving
were Alvie Solster, Ansel Ward, Omar
Kennedy, Wilbert Caseman, W. M.
Burrows,. Wm. Flgglns, Geo. Hender
son, Perry Dickson, Kdw. Baker all of
whom were fined $10 and costs by
Judge Stone of Vancehurg. Floyd and
Fred Henderson, Juveniles, were given
a suspended reform school sentence.
YOUNG LAD DIES AT
HAYSWOOD HOSPITAL,
John William Ammer, ten-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ammer, of
Minerva, was brought to Hayswood
Hospital Friday suffering from locked
bowels. The boy died late Friday af
ternoon. The body was Saturday re.
moved to the' home of the parents at
Minerva and funeral will be held Mon
day morning at. 10 o'clock at St. James
church. Burial will bo made in the St
Patrick's cemetery at Washington.
"SMTLIN' THROUGH" IS
WONDERFUL PICTURE
Norma Talmadge in "SraiHn'
Through" attracted very large audi
ences. at the Washington theater Fri.
day evening. This featuro was unques
tionably one of the best pictures shown
in Maysvllle in months. Everyone who
saw t praised it The picture will -be
shown again Saturday night at the
Gem.
BUYS NEW LEXINGTON.
Mr. Scott Osborne, of Court street,
has purchased of Keith & Keith
. beautiful new Lexington car which
was
driven through Friday from the
factory at Qonnersvlllo, Ind.
OF QUALITY CLOTHE!
At this season, we ajre i .0 express our good wishes to those
who have helpedjonjake' fhe institution it is today.
AVe extend pur 5profoJratitude to those, who appreciating
Suits
Coats
THEY ARE REDUCED IN
FINDS OUR STOCK ALSO REDUCED. THE J
GO FIRST.
WE HAVE SOME VERY PRETTY EVEN1
AT 20 DISCOUNT.
MEN'S PATENT DANCING"
."KITTY BESS" SILVER
CLIPPERS $2.98.
ROSS CAPTURE!,
Ill PARiS IIOTL,
WITH FOUR 01
Han Who Escaped From Clnft
General Hospital Is Located!
Paris Hotel Wanted
. Several Charges.
John Ross, 28, alias Turner, of
tngton, Ky., was run to earth and ca
tured lu a hotel in Paris, Ky., ab
daylight Saturday by -W. F Link, Pari
police chiul, aftur one of the most In
tensive searches ever started, by Cln4
clnnatl police.
Two men a id two women who were
In the part with Ross also were cap
tured. '
Tho search bcgai i.rter Ross escaped .
from the Clnciiiac.i General Hospital
two weeks cu t cutting leather :
shackles which bound him to bed and
climbing down a ladder and Into a
waiting auto. He was suffering from
a wound in the groin which he had .
received In a pistol battle with de
tectives there soveral days earlier. .
Ross is wanted on several charges,
some state and some federal. Among
them were allegations of shooting at .
to kill and auto theft Police charge
he was the head of a big ring of auto
thieves.
At' the Wlndson Hotel in Paris,
where they were captured, one of the
women was registered as Ross' wife.
The others registered as Harry Zing
and wife and Harry Carson.
They were captured, police learned,
through a 'phone call which someone
:n the party put through to Lexington
when they arrived in Paris, about 0
p. m. Friday. The woman who regis
tered as koss who, ponce say, may
be Miss Dorothy Tingle, . 22, of Lex
ington, who was released on bond
after her arrest at tho same time gaps
was arrested.
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LOYALTY REWARDED.
LoulBvme, Ky., Dec. 29. Formal an.
nouncoment of tho distribution - of)
checks equivalent to an extra month's
salary among employees of the vari
ous lines of the' Louisville and Nash
ville Railroad for meritorious service
rendered during the shopmen's
was made at the ofE :e of the Gene
Superintendent hc-e today,
awards ranged from $150 to $350.
total amojint disbursed was not stat
CRAWFORD-MORGAN.
Marriage license was issued Saturt
day by County Clerk A. M. Januar
I to George Albert Morgan, aged 27, and
Miss Edith Pauline Crawford, aged 21,1
both of Mason county.
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