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ML KENTUCKY 
DHVE FOR OUR 



CUMMlra How In Progrtii For the 
Care of Uur Own Kentucky' 
Children B; ChUdrens* 

In tht drlTM niadb during recent 
JWt tor Ubertjr bondi, Red Crmi, Y. 
M. 0. A., American Relieft and the lllte, 

Kentucky hafl gone far beyond what 
was asked. The proposed cninpulRn to 
secure funds for ihe Kentucky Chil- 
dren's Home Snrleiy Ih the tlrst nioat 
thluK attempted lor our own stale, 
and nothing more' worthy will ever 
claim jrour bei^. 

The cblldren'a home loolety wu be- 
gan Iqr Judge Reginald Thompeon of 
LAUiiTlllet Beginning in a one room 
building and supported by the person- 
al charity of this good man, this Insti- 
tution has through character of Its 
work won the aiiproval of a great 
number of people both in and out of 
the state of Kentucky. Durini; its 
twenty-flve years of existence aa a 
home for orphaned destitute children, 
ragardleaa of religious affiliation, It 
hu fllled a great human need in the 
life ot the commonwealth. It hat min- 
titered to the needs of eight thouiand 
children and haa given them oppor- 
tunttlea of life that would otherwise 
have been denied them. Tod^ it has 
under tta control and supervlBion the 
education and welfare of fifteen hun- 
dred children. 

Kentucky can ill afford not to ren- 
der every assistance to a society that 
is keeping children out of schools of 
reform, helping to stamp out illiter- 
acy, and to eliminate povetry coming 
from ignorance, and that la building 
W the dtliehihlp of the state. 

CAPT. WHEAT PREACHES 

TO TWO CONCIREOATIONS. 

Captain Bari Wheat, chaplain of 
West Point Military Academy, who 
with his wife la visltlniTber parents, 
Cktvemor and Mrs. W. H. Cox, preach- 
•4 Bimday morning at the Church of 
the Mhtlvlty and Sunday afternoon at 
Urst. Presbyterian church. At both 
services there were good audiences 
and Captain Wheat's addresses were 
greatly enjoyed. 



GREAT mm\k[ 

CRASIUT DANVILLE 

Prominent Land Owner Becomes) 
Bankmpt Because of To< 
baeeo Decline. 

Danville, Ky., Feb. 7. — C. C. Bag- 
ley, prominent attorney of Danville, 
and an eztensive tobacco grower, filed 
a petition in batdcmvtor Saturday af- 
ternoon with llabiUUes of f800,000. 
The chlet item among Mr. Bagley's as- 
sets is .a tlOO.000 lite insurance pol- 
icy. John B. Stout and J. A. Harbison, 
attorneys, were named trustees of the 
estate. 

Mr. Ilanlcy owns mucli iilucKrass 
property. Including 5,000 acres of l.ir.d 
in lloyle county, several hundred ucrea 
in Oarrard, and forty houses In Dan- 
ville. The failure is laid directly to 
the fall in prices of tobacco, M Mr. 
Bagley had sixty tenants who devoted 
the entire year to tobacco alone.^ 

The chief creditors are Peoples 
Bank of PerryTllIeriU,000; ntrmers 
National Bank, Danville, f 20,000; 
I'ushin Brothers, $7,000; Hill estate, 
$12,000; Cecil and Huguely, $5,000; 
Jlrs. James A. Gentry, $7,000; Feath- 
ers Grocery, $7,000; Dr. .John Jackson, 
$4,000; J. C. Nichols and Henry Jack- 
son, $5,000; Mrs. Susan Rodes, $7,700; 
Bank of Perryvllle, $9,000. 



MilTEBTA VASKKI' IIAI.I. 

TK.VM IS KXI'KLI.Kn. 



Miss Mary I^oulso Wollnian, of Han - 
ilton, Ohio .arrived last evoiiiiiK lo 
spend a few days with her nnnt. Mrs 
Alta Holiday, of Fast Seconil street. 



Today is the last day for discount of 
February first gaff bills. 



When members of the Minerva High 
School basket ball team disobeyed 
the orders of Principal U. Y. Maxey 
and went to poover to play a fiamo 
last week ,the principal expelled the 
members of the team and some who 
accompanied them against his orders. 
In all eight High School students were 
expelled by the principal. 

B0T8' BAND PRACTICE 

TO BE HXID EARLY. 

The practice of the Maysville Boys' 
Band will be held this evening 
promptly at 7 o'clock at the band 
room in the CapronI building. AH 
members must be present at this time 
promptly. Practice will be over at 
8:16 In order to give members an op- 
portunity to see the show. 

mm XBAT STOBB. 

George Pollitt h.-ia purchased the 
Breeze Meat Store at West Second and 
Sutton streets and will take charge at 

once. 



MlBs Hattlc Simpson at the millin- 
ery ileii.'irinienl (if the New York slorc. 
left this mornliii; for Cincinnati to 
s)iciiil If week in llic millinery depart- 
ment nt the Joe Lazarus Co. 



ORGANIZATION AND ^ 
CROP REDUCTION FA- 
VOREOjY GROWERS 

Xfeson County Tobacco Growers Do 

Not FaYor 1921 Cnt-Out But Pass 
Resolutions Favoring Business. 
IiOw golnllon. 

There were only a few tobacco 
growers at the court Innise Ibis after- 
noon to consider the (inestion of a 
1921 cut-out. Those growers present 
were overwhelmingly In favor of a re- 
duction of acreage as against cut-out 
of the entire crop for next season. 
Only six men in the entire building 
voted in favor of a cut-out while a 
large majority of those in the building 
voted in favor of a crop reduction. 

The meeting was presided over by 
M' Dan Lloyd and Hon. James N. Ke- 
hoe was the chief speaker. Mr. Lloyd 
reviewed the iireseni tohiicco silna- 
tlon and reported on Ihe aelinn-i of ilie 
Mason county precinct committee- 
men. He then obtained the expression 
from the growers present as given 
above and introduced Mr. Kehoe. 

Mr. Kehoe said there was but one 
way to solve the problem facing the 
tobacco growers and that was by cool, 
deliberate consideration and organisa- 
tion. After reviewing the situation 
and lauding Mason county 'growers 
for their loyally in all such silnalions. 
ho offered Ihe following resolutions 
which were niniiiinionsly adopted by 
the mass meeting: 

Resolved, That It Is the sense of the 
tobacco growers of Mason county, Ky., 
in mass meeting assembled, that it is 
necessary to perfect a permanent and 
eitective organisation embracing 
eighty per cent, or more of the grow- 
ers of Burley tobacco, before the 
growin?; of Hurley tobacco can be 
placed upon a profitable and satisfac- 
tory basis. 

Bo it further Ue.^olved. That we 
stand ready to Join such an orKaniza- 
tion and pledge to It our full personal 
and financial support 

Be It further Resolved, That we 
realise that there must be either a re- 
duction of acreage or a crop out out; 
but, we do not believe that either of 
those tbiiiRs can be successfully ac- 
(•oraplished until the growers of all 
parts of the district five their loyal 
support to an efbrlent oruanizallon. 

Be it further Resolved, That we 
aro opposed to and condemn "nieht- 
ridlng" and every other character of 
force and intimidation, and pledge our 
full and earnest aid in the prosecution 
of every violator of the law; who we 
consider the most Injurious enemies 
of our state and industry. 



Valentines 

We have the largest ilne of VALENTINES and VALEN- S 
TZNl POST OABDI in th« etty. 0am btf on thej aU 
aMwd vnt, 

M. F. Williams Drug 0ompaiV7 

TiBtB tnuuT BRn« neiB 



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Fishin' 



"IqWOliii' flih don't bite at fint. 

What art you goin' to 4o? 
Throw dowB 7onr pole, ehvok eut yonr bait, 

Alkl «^ jMT MiB't thmihT 

"Yon bet yon aint; yon'rt geio' to fldi 

An' fish, an' fish, an' wait 
Until yon 'TO kotohod a bncketfnl, 

Or iNd «p aO JMT tall. 



EDITOR'S HOME ROBBED 
OF JEWELS SATURDAY 

ThlcTes Find Hidden Key to back door 
of Altmeyer BcsMoaee ani Baa« 
sack Hoase takteff iawdry. 

Early Saturday evening thieves en- 
tered the residence of Editor John J. 
Altmeyer, of the Bulletin, in Klver- 
view Terrace, and stole Jewelry vnlue<i 
at more than twQ hundred dollars. 

.Mr. ami Mrs. Altmeyer were at the 
iheater and returning home they 
fonmi that a key to the rear door of 
their liiime. which they liad secreted, 
could nut be found. An entrance was 
obtained through the front of the 
home nnd upon entering they discov- 
ered that someone had ransacked the 
house. A close Investigation disclosed 
that Jewelry valued at more than $200 
and a small amount of money had 
been taken. 

The robbers evidently were familiar 
with the premises and the fact tint 
the \)ack door key was always hl(lil"ii 
on tlie rear of the house. Tliey liad 
entered Ihe Ikjiiso through Ihe rear 
door with the use of the key and in 
leiiving hsd carried the key away 

with Ihcm. 



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"Suppose snccess don't come at flnt» 

WbtA are yon goin' to do? 
Tbmr up the aponge and kick yonnelf , 

iBi gnul, aaA IMt^Md fttwt 

"Tm b«t 7«a ilB*t; yra'm gala' to Mi. 

Mm' bait, and bait ag'in, 

1 will bit* yonr hook, 
itawta." 



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MIKE BROWN 

- The Square Deal Man 
Square Deal 8quare( 



rOIWTY COURT. 

In the Maaon County Court today 
the following business was transact- 
ed: 

Asa L. Maatin qualified as the ex- 
ecutor of J. W. Mason's will with 
James A. Mastin as surety on bond. 
Messrs. Samuel Jefferson, E. I* Mas- 
tin nnd John A. Collins were named to 
appraise the personalty of the de- 
ceased. 

A paper bcarinR date of .March 14, 
1914, with u codicil dated April 11th. 
1914, purporting to be the will of the 
lato a W. Oelsel, was offered for pro- 
bate. The duo mecution of the paper 
was proven by the testimony of W. W. 
Ball and T. A. Keith and admitted to 
probate. After giving articles of jew- 
elry to relatives, Mr. Celsel bequeath- 
ed his entire estate to his wife, Mrs 
Mary W. Geisel who is named execu- 
tor without bond. 

James Sweet was appointed admin- 
istrator of the estate of Sam Grimes, 
deceased, and he qualified with James 
M. Collins as surety on bond. 

James Sweet wu named guardian 
of May, R. L., and Marie O rimes and 
he qualified with Jamaa M. Collins as 
surety on bonds, 

snOBD AT MAICIBRTBBi 

Tfie remains of Charles Floyd KOller 
wecr taken to Misachestsr today, 
where tbejr were boried in the Odd' 
FieOows' Cemtery. He died last week 
at Camp Jackson, where he had been 
suffering with mcMles and pneumonia 
developed. He was 18 years old and 
had been In the army service only six 
weeks. He was a nephew of Miss Jane 
Ulake of .Second and I nmniercc streets 
this city, who attended the funeral. 



COST ^^fm Tu fkoducb 

THI8 PICTURE 

"The Virgin of SUmboul" b coming 
lo the Pastime Wednesday. Prlscilla 
Dean, Bugene Forde and Wheeler Oak- 
man are featured In this isno.onn pro- 
duction. Six weeks were spent at 
Stamboui, the Arabian desert, for cer- 
tain scenes nnd over five monihs were 
spent In filming the story, 'i'hoiisaiiil 
of people, horses, caniel-" ami dos; 
were used in this proilm iion 

ORANGEItrRti TO .\SK SV.W 

SCHOOL IIOAKI) Fll!! Ill IMtlMi. 



There was an Intere.-iied natheriii! 
of citizens of Ihe ()rani;eliiir« nelKh 
borliood in that village Sunday afler- 
noon to urge upon the Counly School 
board that they be given a new school 
building. As the new county school 
board holds its first meeting In March 
it waa decided to present the matter 
before that board. 



XI6IIT HIDEKS KEEERBBD 

TO NEXT FlifeMING JUKV 

Circuit Judge C. D. Newell closed 
the spring term of the Fleming Cir 
cult Court Saturday at FlemingsburK 
The grand Jury which has been in- 
vestigating the alleged operations of 
ninht riders failed lo return an indict 
ment anil the operalloii of their riders 
was referred by .hnke Newell and tli 
i?rand Jury to the next Jury. 



PRESIDENT OF REXNOLDS 

MHPin mm vbbat. 

Mr. William Reynolds, of Wlnston- 
Salem. .V. C, president of the R J. 
Reynolds Tobacco Company and Mr. 
Tbeo. Kirk, state manager spent today 
iii Maysville looking over the Bayn- 
olda Company's plant here. 



SriT FOR UEBT. 
In the .Mason Circuit Court this af- 
ternoon P. Maher ft Son filed suit 
against John Combees, et. ala., aaUng 
jndgmsat for ftlLM allaisd to be doe 



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Mr. noyd Laadrath, who hii. 
in.iBi 



AI>L\A F.IK.US Bl V 

MOBB H0I.8TEI5S. 

The Adlna Karms Saturday sold om 
line bred animal at ilie Kentn(-ky liol. 
stelii sale held in Lexington and pur- 
chased four animals to add to their 
already large herd. The animals were 
brought to Maysville today and will 
be taken immediately to the farms In 
the Minerva neighborhood. 



MUST TELL WHERE I 
HE PURCIUSED MS j 
LEMON extract' 

Clnrlunali Man Is .sent i.i Jul| rn|i'i> ; 
By Judge Wlillaker on I iiiiU'iiipi 
tburgc n iicii He Caii'l j 
liomemlter. 

Jou Kennedy, a Cincliitiail man who 
has been working In .Maysville for tlio 
past few weeks, was arrested on the 
streets Sunday evening by Chief of 
Police Harry A. Ort on a charge of 
hoing drunk and was lodged In Jail. 

This morning Kennedy was brought 

before Judge Whilaki'r aad a^ked by 
the court where he hud i rociired his 
liquor. The m:in Iheii slated that be 
had become Inioxiinieil nin.ii lenuin 
extract «lii(li h,. \v,\,\ miiiiMi from a 
local man WhiMi aM(. ,l who ihe local 
man was Ki-niiei!> replir.l that be 
knew his laie hut did iVit know his 
name nor where he llveil or worked. 
Judge Whiiakcr then asked him to go 
out onto the streets with an olllcer ami 
see If he could pick him out on iio' 
streets, this Kennedy refused to d<> 
and Judge Whitakor sent him to Jail 
on a contempt of court charge for 
three hours. 

At t o'clock this afiernooii Kennedy 
was a(?aln broiiKht before tlii> court 
and auain said he did not know the 

man who t;ave hini il xirael. lie 

asaln refused to go on a search for 
Ilie man nnd Judge Whituker sent iiim 
to Jail In contempt saying that he 
would bring htm* out tomorrow and 
ai;ain ^Ive him .'i chance. 



<;AUE INTKRltUI'TED 

BY SHOOTINO SCRAPE. 

A reported game in the L. & N. 
"cuts" near the tobacco district was 
Interrupted Sunday morning by a 
nght In which Malvin Owens, of licw- 
Isburg, is reported to have shot Chns. 
Anderson, of Mt. Sterling, In the lei;. 
Anderson Is said lo be but slightly 
wounded. No arrests have boon made. 



OLD SCHOOL BOARD HOLDS 
IIS LAST MEETIN6 TODAY 

■Hajerlty of Xenbers Will Betnm In 
Vareb as Veabers ef the New 
NeB'Fartlsan Board. 

'I'hu Isst meeting of the uid Muson 
County Hoard of IMueallon was held 
at tliu court lioiiMe ihls inurnlng and 
many odds and ends were taken up 
and finally disposo<l of during the 
meeting, >^thing asido from routine 
work was gone into, everything new 
being left over for the now board to 
take up at their meeting in March. 

Members of the present boar,i who 
have been re-elected for ineiniji rshlp 
In the \w.\s lioard are Mi'ssrs .l(r|in I. 
Clayhrook, Kdward Kennaril. II (i. 
Smoot and W. I), Calhrealli. Messrs. 
I> V CaninbcU and W. (!. I'hilli|is re- 
tire and Mr. It. V. Oaltber Is the only 
outside man to step Into membership 
on the new board. 

The first meeting of the new board 
will be held on March 6th and at that 
time members will draw lots for the 
length of their terms. Two will serve 
for one year, one fur two year-i, one 
for three yi^ai s ami mio for four years. 
At their ne ' iiim in .March ihe most 
Imiiorlani Ijiisiiie.ss will bo the election 
of a ccninly siiporintendont and the llx- 
ing of the length of his time of oflico. 
It Is practically certain that Superin- 
tendent George H. Turnipseed will be 
re-elected and his term of oRlco llxed 
at four years. 

KNIGHTS TEHPLAK. 

Maysville Commandery N'o. 10, K. 
T., win hold special conclave In com- 
mandery room. Masonic Temple, Tues- 
day, February 8, at 7:30 o'clock p. ni. 
Work in Temple degree. Five postu- 
hmts. All visiting Sir Knights cor- 
dially Invltcil IlrinK unilorins. 

C. E. DIKTERICII, K. C. 

C. P. RASP, Recorder. 



market OPENS FOR 
WEEK WITH PRICES 
SOMEWHAT BETTER 

Farmers and Warebousemvn Are Very 
Much Pleased With the fVs} the 
Karket Opened for the Weak 
1'blN Nomlnff. 

Sales on the local looseleaf tobaoco 
market today were very satistkotorjr 
to all coDcerued and growers were 
especially pleased with the way bid- 
ding was sUrted and the way It kept 
III) all through the day, 

I'rices nt all of the housee seemed 
considerably better than they were on 
Friday of last week and the belter 
grades seemed to have < jih tely re- 
covered from the (Icpresslmi of last 
week. Sale.s were hold at tlio Farm- 
ers. Grower-. I'l oples ami Liberty. 
Sales were blocked tonight at the Peo- 
pies ami I.ili. rty ami the Growers sale 
dill not ciciBu until late this evening, 
Farmen. 

I'oiinda sold 197,460 

High price $66.00 

Low price 1.00 

Average $17.80 

Spcrlals. 

Wood and Liuvllle $34.79 

Ollie llayhnrn . $27.08 

j nilericli & I hinn 26.90 

I SnuMii llnist 37 06 

' ('. v.. Fulton 25.10 

fianliier & Campbell 31,99 

Wni. Warner & .Son 26.17 

niiumitt (lalbrenth 29.22 

KniniH CalliriMih ;!2.30 



Mrs. J II. Doilson Is liuu;,' :■!'!. .■ 
spenilini5 the winter with her dani h- 
ter, Mrs, C. E. Clioate. of Atlanta, fJa. 



I I.M l\.\ATI .MARKETS. 

.Monday, February 7. 
Cattle— 1280; steers, closing strong, 
25®60 cents higher; Heifers and Cows 

weak; Bulls, weak; Calves, $13. 
Hogs— "OfiO, riosing strong; Heavy, 

$!M)(l^(:i.:.",; .Mtdinni ;,u,l Mixed, $10ff? 
SlO.LTi: I.iiihls. $1(1. .Ill; I'iKs, JH.50; 
ItoiiKbs. JT.fie ; Stags, $«, 

.Sheep— Gt, steady M.50f»'a; i.aiubs 
$5.00@10,00. 



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• QUIT PAYING HIGH PRICES • 

i Eat at Cady' Restaurant 1 



And SAVE 15 to 20 CENTS an Order 



S THE HDME OF QUALITY CLDTHEB S 



KAK.HFKS TALK OF 

' THEIB SPBIRQ WORK. 
The large number of farmers in the 
city today were talking mostly about 
their spring work wblch will have to 
start in a short time. The local tobac- 
co market seemed to lake up much of 
their time biil the matter of cutting- 
out the 11121 crop seemed to have little 
of their attention. 



The Young Women's Auxiliary of 
First fiaptlst chiircli will meet this 
evening at 7 o'clock with Mrs. Fred 
Jones at ber home In Saat^^fseoond 

street. 



Our Executor's Sale Still On \ 



SUITS AT 33'/3',; DISCOUNT. FURNISHINGS AND HATS 25- OFF. SUIT-OASES 
BAGS, SHOES AT COST, * 

WE HAVE LEFT 73 OVERCOATS THAT WE OFFER AT HALF PRICE. 

23 OVERCOATS FORMERLY SOLD $30, NOW $15.00 
12 OVERCOATS FORMERLY SOLD $4B, NOW $22.60 

14 OVERCOATS FORMERLY SOLD $G0, NOW $30.00 

24 OVERCOATS FORMERLY SOLD $75, NOW $37-50 

Snfflcient to say that these overcoats you are offered t oday are the .self same garments 
that you were offered earlier in the season at twice the price you can buy thciu lor now — 
and even then at their originagl figures there was nothing to beat them. All new models and 
and pattWM— BoBerg and belto in back. AU glgoi. 



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CALI.l.Vr, Cards iirialed 15 cents doz- 
en Karl ,1 llaihl. r, 116 Sutton sin ei 



:D. Hechinger & Co.: 

S A Store of Established Standards 9 



Cbe envelope €bcnii$e*^^i 

m $0 Preny Ole Ted Sure Vou Ollll 8 
M to eboose a D«m • 




Tw nay mImi s dttarnl aad ivImOj adtnUt dMsriM f« m7 
day in the week f or wt an tflMif % gnat vaMgr •( alij^ St 

qpMial Febmary pricei. 

Donu of them, hailing from the far away Philippineg are mad* 
bMMtiftl Witt flat Mtariak, tasdwws mm as< 

skillfully done. The domestic chemise carefully fashioned li 
ing styles art enhanced with trimmings of dainty las*. 

oomfno onu uonr AT iLoo 

m muvrDoiorai BiLVi so utuviniiui it |uo 



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UktiVtLUt PUBU« LBDaSR-PAOX TWO, 



THE DAILY PUBLIC LEDGER 



Pnbllihed Every Aftnuoon Except Sunday By • 
THE LEDQtR PUBUSHUia OOMFAHT 
At tb* Public Lodger BuildiBg, iMt Third ilwet. 



OLABEHOE MATHEWS 



Editor and Manager. 



lalered at U« Pottoflee, IUywim> K-tyhr. u BeeeM Clan iUll JUttw. 



AAIKS U» ASTAROli Bf OHitor er lUI, H j«ur| |UI| Sli M«rtlii 
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OTOPOUOT ^ . 

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e( tlM lo*iTldBtl iDtcfMt, er el eie aeellei ae agatoit aaettac M ufc« «ft»» 
to ««rne.tij .nd consutently e»peea aU tUagi tial ait ae» lar lie g»e4 el 
af tke Coaaty u a itboto. • 



AKE WE AFBAID7 

Expn^ssiiiK th.- livlicf that Anirri<'aM stiitrsiMcMi have ul)ility 
equal to tliut oi: the BritiHii. Si-uutor .losepli 1. Fiuiiuo, of Marylmid. 
declared at a hearing before the Foreign Relatione Committe of tlie 
Senate rci'intly 1liat '•Hrilisli statcsiiicii liav.' worked out a plan for 
tlie possession ol tlie wliol.' of the ii\issiaii irn.lc" Senator France's 
anertion wa« in reply to a question m liou it w()\il.l be possilile to 
work out plans for trail.' witli Russia witiiout dealing with Lonine 
and Trotsliy. Tlic hcari;i^' was on the sul)ject of a resumption of 
trade with Bauia, spokesmen for ortcanized workers in many lines 
of industry su|iporfini; the Franee resolution whieli would enable 
.American iii nis to aeeept gold of tlie old imperial Oovemmcnt which 
is being offered by the sovciet authorities in payment for forei^'n 
goods. TJic workers argue that a resumption of trade would go a 
long way toward relieving the present industrial depression which 
has thrown more than 3.000.000 mm out of employnient. 

The question naturally arises, Is this tJovernment gointi to stand 
pat on its refusal to trade with Russia while Great Britains corners 
that trade! Are we ^'oint,' to "watehfully wait" while John r.ull 
cops the business? Is it not possible that tlie situation wiiich prompts 
us to refuse to do business with Russia is hifrhiy magnified by British 
propaganda? It frequently happens that when a business organiza- 
tion discovers a rich souree of profits it attempts to senre others 
from the field by horrendous tales of tluf ri-k.s involved, the ban 
returns, and the prospect of the profits soon petering out- The pro- 
fessional poker player who finds easy piekings is very non-con».mittal 
concerning his winnings. He wants to monopf)!ize thi; fi''ld. 

Business is a gamble nine times out of ten, but it is a legitimate 
gamble. For Americans to refrain from commercial intercourse with 
Russia because they are seared out by oh! wives' tales, ami flie tVar 
that the Soviets will communize the United Slate.s. is to ueknowledge 
a conservatism which amounts to cowardice, and which, had it ex- 
isted in the days o ft he Wild W.-st. would never have resulted in the 
wonderbul progress wliieh has been reeor()cd in that territory. Tlie 
hostile Indians of a half century ago are many of thein the oilwell 
aristoeraey of today. The white .sealp lias been discarded for the 
stock certificate. Sitting Hull and (ieroniiiio have gone to the llai)|)y 
Hunting Ground and their sons and daughters sport top hats an<l 
brocades. If the baleful influences of Lenine and Trotsky deprive 
the Russian peasant of the fniits of his labor the (|uiekest way to put 
those two worthies on the run is to open up trade eommuiiiealioiis 
with the Russian people and permit them to become actiuaiuted with 
the outside world through commerce and thereby to line their pockets 
with sound money. With that they will bo inspired with a desire for 
a home and some land, and if Messrs. JA-nine and Trotsky persist in 
their attempts to balk that ambition the Russian people will deal 
with them as (hey deserve. The sanest method to eonvert a eom- 
munist is to jnit liitn in tli way of acquiring property whieh will be 
distinctly his own. "You give me prosperity in America and there 
is no danger extreme radicalism." deelares Senator Colt, Chairman 
of the Immigratiiui Commission. .\inl human natnre is the same the 
world over. 

Prior to the war our trade with Russia, going and coming, aver- 
aged .$50,000,000 nniinally. It wouwld reach many times that figure 
if unimpeded toda.v. Shi> is the one eoiintry from whieh we have least 
to fear by way of competition, for the bulk of her products will con- 
sist for years to come of raw materials which we coidd work in our 
mills, while hor crying need is for manufactured good.s. This I'ear 
of what will occur if wc open up trade relations with that great ter-- 
ritory is the veriest bunk, and plays directly into the hands of the 
British traders ^V.■ lia\e come In a pretty pass if our foreign trade 
policies an; to be (li(;taled by fi'ar. 

OTHERS ARE WORSE OFF THAN WE. 

There is much talk of unemployment in the l.'nited States. There 
is some unemployment in all the states. This furnished its problems 
which must be solved. In that solution some survey of situations in 
oflier countries may be found of a helpful nature. The eurreni num- 
ber of The American Review of Reviews rurnishes sonn' eoniparative 
figures and comment that is interesting in this connection. Then; it is 
shown that Kngland has twelve times as many paupers to population 
as the United States. The unemployed families with publie relief 
are breaking into the poorhouses and public buildings for shelter. 
The labor unions are strong and they insist on unemployment pay in 
proportion to the union rate. Tln'V refuse in allow men to worl;. ,as 
in France, on buildings, at less than union pay, however great the 
need, of English ex-soldiers, there are 260,000 without work. Cable 
dispatches from Englaiul on .fanuary l.'i <leelareii that a million per- 
sons were totally out of work, besides as many more doing odd jobs 
or working part time. Here, we are reminded, there is no army of 
|)aupers always on the edge of subsistence. The farm is always ask- 
ing for labor. I'riviite and personal relief is larger. .Savings are 
greater, taking all its forms and not savings bank accounts alone. 
Credit is more general Kstimates place American unemployed at 
2,000,000. ])robably an eNaggeration. 

In the same survey we arc infonned that France has fiOO.OtKI 
uemployed in 40,(K>o,(i(hi. France has no poorhonse. recognizes no 
claim on the state for a minimum of food, clothing and shelter as in 
Fnglaud and this country. It ciiforei s Ijv law and pultlie opinion ,1 
family obligation for kin in need. Thi.s iron rule has made, France 
the most trifty and saving of all lands. Pnblie opinion, therefore, 
justified I'h.' state in i ''luiiiii;,' i-nforeed hard lalior and the unem- 
ployed are to be set to work on war ruin, while aliens in need are 
to be dqiorted. Here their residence would give them a right to 
the poorhousc. la 1910, it is recalled, our foreign-bom population 
was 16 per cent, of the whole, but of the inmates of poorhouses 42 
per cent, were foreigTi born. England has .'')40.0OO unemployed in 
46,000,000, but its share of the wretchedly poor i« always large 
TjondoB alone, it develops, has more paupers (persons reeeiTing pub 
lif reliefV tbat the entire l.'nited Stvtea. with a popttlatkm fo«rtM>n 
times aa large as that of London. 



TAM IT pr mn 

last as Meores ef JUysTllto People 



WslUag doasBt paj. 

If you neglect ktdBer iMckache, 

Urinary troubleR often follow. 

DoairH Klilney I'IIIb are for kidney 
buokaclie, and for other kiUuey ills. 
Ask yonr aoighkor. 

MajrsTllle clttsens endorse thsm. 

Ben P. naming, country Constable, 
228 Limestone street, Maysvillo, says: 
"I have used Donn's Kidney Pills off 
and on for several years when I have 
needed them. I always get Uoan's at 
Wood & Son's drug ston. I have been 
greatly benefited by them. At times 



IBADOWI or SIAD MOMAMHT. 



Pans recently witncssi'd demonstrations of a publie character 
by the members of the Royalist faction in that country, based upon 
the decapitation of Louis XVI. during the l{*ign of Terror. The 
ehureh was crowded almost to sulVoeation and later in the ('lianilier 
of Deputies an uproar followed the declaratipu of the i'rcmier that 
the day sad gone wlu ii power would be exercised without the con- 
sent of the people of the nation 

There also exists in France a powerful politi<!al faction which 
hopes for the restoration of the Napoleonic dynasty as sincerely as 
its rival desiri's the return of the liourbons, and still another longs 

for the enthronement of the so-called Legitimist line. \V..aring their j^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^ 

impotent titles and preserving a pretense of the court leisiiip wiiicii g,^tter with a dull constant ache 

touragcs, these peculiar folks refuse to through the. small of my imck and the 

kidney HecrcllonH aro Irregular in 
passage. A box or so of Ooan'a l^ave 
never foiled to relieve the trouble In 
a short time." 

The above statement was given No- 
vember 14, 191G, and on November 22, 
VyiO. Mr. FIcmlMK added: "I nm glad 
to renew the statement I Knve for iiul)- 
llcation some years ago aa the cure 
Doan's KIdner PUls made (or me Is 
still permanent I eonflrm my former 
statement in every detail as it was all 
true." 

Price 60c., at all dealers. Don't 
simply ask for a kidney remedy — net 
Doan's Kidney Pills — the same that 
Mr. Fleming had. FVjster-MUbum Co., 
Mfrs.. Buffalo^ N. Y, 



marked the bypnue royal en 

receive a republican form of government or accept popular rule. 

After the heroic sacrifices of the AVorld AVar when Kranen 
fought as a nation undivided and indivisible, it would seem that 
aristocracy should have a sight keen enough to inform it that the 
old days an' as dead af the unfortunate Louis and the wondei iiil 
Xapolcon. The agitation, perhaps, serves a useful purpose in kcejting 
alive the vigilance of the republienns. Nevertheless, it should ze 
excised from the body ixilities. 

On this account it is comforting to know tbat Spain, after mnny 
decades, is at last relieved from the nightmare of Cnrlism. thi- move- 
uient that mtI;s to reston' to the Madrid seat of power the line de- 
sccnded from Don Carlos, who arbitrary expulsion from the succes- 
sion to the throne by his brother, King Ferdinand, was the origin 
of the ilistnrbanccs wliieh cost that unhappy country much blood 
,ind treasure. Don .laime, the last in the train of the Carlist pn'- 
tenders. has officially and definitely withdrawn his einim to Uw 
••rown. and (is lie has no heirs this brings to an end the political party 
that has j.ersisted so long. His uncle. Don Alfonso, of Bourbon, is 
.also childless, and this devolves the contested successifin upon his 
cousin, the late Alfonso Xlll, whose son is now the reigning monarch. 

It would be an heroic act. worth of those fit to be kings, for the 
lionapanisls, the Legitimists and the Hourljonists of Franee to come' 
together at the altar of tlieir rescued and redemed country and to- 
gether renounce their shadowy claims to spvereignty just as don 
•laime has sopatriotically done.— Cincinnati Enquirer. 



"^Hew 



YORK STORE 



LOST QOVZBNHBNT JOBS. 



AVashington, where the governmem elui k is si'eji at bis best and 
his worst, is the tomb of thousands of possible young men. It has 
been one of the trifditions. surviving fnun a lost past, that a govern- 
oieiit elerkshij) was a find thing. The elery bad steady pay, little 
" orl; and shoi't hours. Once in Washington the doors of the future 
".'oni'd on the appointee, lie became n machine ,u8ually an utterly 
unintelligent one. The easiness of the .job softened him ; his leisure 
liored him. He lost contact with his old home- Even the lui'iiiher 
who had him appointed forgot him. And every additional month he 
stayed in ■\^'a.shington made it so much more impossible for him to 
return to his old liusiness, whati'Vcr that was. 

.Nearly' l(N),()00 federal employees are now in Washington tread- 
ing the mill that grinds ambition to shreds. About oone-fonrth of 
these will lie set free iindi'r tiie projiosed program of eeonomv. Tiny 
will go back from I'ennsylvania .\venuc to Main street, The federal 
hnreau vriW hear no more the lasy scratch of their pens. The Wash- 
iiisrton hoarding houses will hear no more their little stories of how 
they eaiiie to be appointed. They will not spend their summer after- 
i'oon watching Walter Johnson pitch; some will be pitching hay 
themselm. 

Rut every one of the fired clerk", if he amoiinl.s to anything, 
will ill his L'lay hairs bless the day when I'licic ain voted him, as 
ticorge A^le puts it, the lianlware. — New York Herald. 



Ol'TlOOK IX 

l.MU STKV A1*1'E.VU.S 

nrCH BBIOHTKR 



iiMideiiey (e ii resumption Of bnyin^ an 
II iie,ir-nonii:il Imsis Is the report ol' 
llie .Siiiillierii I'iae .\ssoelalion of .Vew 
Orleans from 136 mills, which shows 
iMsirlal (hitiimk la Soiiiherii States Ih tha» for the ymk ending January 14 
Brighter Says .ManufactDrers orderf were received for a total of 
Becori. ;8163 oars of lamber, amounting to 

over SS,000,000 feet, representing the 

Baltimore. — Conatructlon activity i jargest volume of business received In 
by industrial aad public utllltlea com- j any week since April, 1920. Reimrts 
panles and mundpalltles continues I from the various sections Indicate an 
with accelerated vigor in the South. J optimlslie outlook on the liiiinc in 
Plans have been completed and the view of llic numerous inquiries that 
contract awanleil for the construction ' ..ro |„.j|,i; ,-,,f.eived. and indications 
of a complete fertilizer and acid-iilioa- ■ ,.|re ||,at ,.i,riy sprinR will see a revival 
phate jilant to cost iipprnximatelv $1,- - of huylnn in volume, a tendency now 
n(iu,00(f for the Uasin-Monumental Co being noted to higher prices, 

at Baltimore, pubsldiary of tlie VIr- I i,„ii;,i__ .^i_j»,„ .^^ 

, , - „ „. . „, , ,„ ,, Building activities continue with 

gin a-Carolina Cheinica co. of Rich- , ,.„._,.. ..,„„ „ ,. . 

" .. ^ .„...,. .u ' fefewed vigor. Permits have been Is- 

mond, Va., and work will begin In the | _„.. „„ . ,„„ . j ^ , 

- . ^ . l''""s announced during the 

near future. The Chesapeake ft Pto- , ,. ,„„ „ , , , 

_ . . ^ . _ ... ^ first three weeks of .Tanuarv fur new 
niao Telephone Co. of Baltimore has „ , , ■ , , 

. . conptructloM in Okmulcee, Oklii.. to 

commenced Installation of new equip- 1 „„ , „„, ,„,,, , , ., , „ , , 

. .7 I cost SI .niiii.f'iiii. Advloes fniMi .Mpi IiI- 

ment at Its exchangee for automatic , 

. . ^. , ,,. . „ lan. Miss., report the outlook rooiI for 

telephones, which will entail an ex- 1 „„,.„„, , , „ , 

.„ _ . I conllniieil liuildin!; aollvlty followlni? 

the record i voRram of over |680,000 

completed last year. FVtllowlng the 

^ „_,, ,„, ^, „ completion of a WSCOOO building pro- 

bu IdiUK annex at Iticliiiiond ff)r the ; , , " ' 

I gram m Perrjr, Okla., In 1920 and 

municipal Improvements of many 

I kinds eoetlng'over 1250,000. tbls year 

\ win witness additional building pro- 

j gress. partleiilnrly in residence and 

I biiSlness-hoiKe ronpti iK tlon. nctf^rd- 
Inp to the 1 Inni now Imiui; prrpared 



pendlture of upwards of 11,260,00 and 

tie e.Trriod over a loim period of time. 
Work has lieen started on a $600,000 



Federal Reserve liniik. in addition to 
the main structure now f.iat nearlnp; 
completion at a cost of $l.riOO.(iOO. and 
indications are that a big building 
campaign will be under way within 
the neit few months. 

Cbanbars of Comnerea, civic or- 
ganisations, boards ot trade and bus- 
iness hoosss throughoiit the Sooth are 
eondnethiK vtgoroos campaigns 
through the eolmns of the dally newa- 
papers and through personal clrcnlar- 
ization for thrift and a resumption of 
conservative and wise bnylnc and 
building now in line with the recent 
editorials of the .M.Tniifarturer-i Re- 
cord. The movement is tiprcadinir. and 
bids fair to have a decided effect upon 
a 4«IA rasaaptkm of normal actlvl- 
ttsa k amy Hm ot baslMss. 

Tnm tMUIe eaatan eoaM optiai- 
latie reports a* to the fatare oMIook. 
ifofesad aore arilta are tesaailag fun 
time aad near fall time operaiioa, 
while others that have been closed en- 
tirely are opening on a three-day and 
four-day-a-week schedule, following 
readjiistnient of wage siaP 
inTuiriesi and orders have b^n rereived 
in fhf pa-t fpw wi'ek= than iliirint' the 
past t»o months, nay mill men. 
Indicative of the upward trend In 
ooaditiciw aad tb* 



and those In the luinds of contractors. 
Dnrinz t'c'" upw.irds of $l.nOft,00 was 
pxpendi'il '11 mill Improvenient.i. busl- 
nesB-houKe (onstruction and new resi- 
dences and similar structures In Salis- 
bury, N. c., and hundreds of thousands 
of dollars will be expended In the vi- 
cinity tlii. v,.,ir In similar work 



TIIK ( I<; AK THAT W A.S ANIIAMKD. 

The editor was Just upon the point 
of applying the lighted match to the 
•apeetant eisar when tala eye fell upon 
a haV paie of Keataekir news detaU- 
tag the ngs ot Kentaekr totaeeo 
gmwers over the tow priow oHirad 
In Taesdajra SMrket ne msteh 
pansed and finally went out. Its work 



We read of "the best leaf soiling 
\Iorf I for U to 22 cents per pound' 'at one 
' point Of prices "considerably below 
half of last year's prices " at another 
Of the abandonment of the sales at 
another point because the growers re- 
fased to "give their tobacco away." Of 



tobacco "that brought from 15 to 36 
cents last year, selling for 8 to e 

cents today." 

And then we looked at OUT unlit 
cimir. "Wheer did you come from, 
little weed?" we asked. "How much 
did you cost the man who made you? 
We know how much we paid for yon." 

There was no answer. We aaked 
other and more pertbient and more 
searching queatlona. And still the roll 
of fragrant— did we say fragrant?— 
weed was mute. We do not know to 
tbls very minute how much profiteer- 
ing that cigar wont through before It 
reached an editorial vest pocket. Hut 
It must have been a t;rcal deal. For a 
certain accoun tsliows none of the ter- 
rible ttall spins whieh are evidenced 
In Tuesday's Kentucky market. 

That cigar now la ashes. The eternal 
question, put by the ultimate consum- 
er. Is hidden In a little gray mound of 
cahrred substance. But the fragrance 
left behind Is not a fragrance — but an 
odor. That much, at least, Is definite 
information.— Cincinnati 'limes-Star 



Si:PT. XASONIC HO»E 

TO TniT MATgmiE. 

.^fr. .1. F. Adams, Superintendent of 
the Kentucky Masonic Widows' and 
Orphans' tlome, at I/iutsvllle, will 
visit Maysvillo Ix)dge .\o. 52. F. & A. 

oil the second Monday in .March 
and local Masons are planning a great 
reception for bim. 



About ninety-live per cent, of the 

wiivlil's siipply of coal is mined ii irih 
of tlir r>|u;iliir. 



Grape-Nuts' 

a blend of wheat 
and malted beuiey 
withapaiicular- 
lypleasnig taste 
and nourishing Qual- 
ity that invites you 
to eat it 

I2ead/ to serve 
from package 

Sold by^rocers 



$1 SPEClALSi 

10 Yards Okwd QwHtf TowoUof |1,<K) 

8 Yards Spring Dress Oinghnms |tO0 

8 Yards Heavy Brown Cotton |liOO 

10 Yards Curtain Sorlffl $1,00 

Large Size Blankoti $1.00 

Pull Size Bungalow Aprons $1.00 

Muslin Gowns and Skirts, beantifnlly trfaaid $1.00 

Men's fine Peroal* Drew SUrti $1,00 

Large Feather Plllowi $1.00 

Oliildm'i tfpod 4m% flinghMn Dreewe „ $1.00 

Vew York Store 

Phsni 871. 

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IPURSES? 



Are You in Need of • 

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WE ARK OmnUNO A BIAUTirUL 

LINE AT 10% DISCOUNT. THE OBIAT- 
EST VALUE FOR YOUB MONET 

WE ALSO OAKBY A FULL LIMS OF 

OFFICE SUFPLUS 

INKS 

AND PENCILS 

IN FACT ANYTHING THAT A FIRST 
0LA88 BOOK STORE CARRIES WE 
HAVE 



DE NUZIE 



BOOK STORE 



: 



Service 



B«al nnd helpful, is tlio only proper ground upon 
wlUcb a Bonk or any buslneis concern base Its 
eUln for bvslBMs. 

Our service cnnslsiN In the prompt, correct and 
proper liundling ot any blud ut u financial Iranwctlon. 
We ean do trnjOAng that onjr ether Bank er Tmst Com' 
pany can do; and, we ran do It as wcIL 

>Ve are large In capital and 8ur])luN, !«trong In aswtn, 
eomplete In eqnipment and old In experience, 

In addition to rendering satliifaetery lerrlce, ire seek 
to please by giving' the human tench of friendship to 
•rerj transaction. 

We want to serre, be friendly with and help )rea« 
ffse OS as often as yon can, 

WB FAT 8% DTTEBEST OK SATINCIS ACCOCNm 



IBANK OF MAYSVILLE 



Begins Monday 

OUR ANNUAL 

UNDERWEAR SALE 

New is your opportunity. Sold dorlng this week, at a ' 

l^" Discount 

Misi, iuslii aad knit mderwear are induM in this sale. 

See our window display, 

HaysYillG Suit & Dry M Go. | 

24 West Second street 



Store Closes at 6 P. M. Except Saturdays. 



Next Door East of Traxel's 




As Snow "Seal of Ohio," $11 Barrel Cash M. C. Russell Co. 





If s pind in one-pouiHl packages. Retails at 222C a pound. 



In Heeping 

With the Times 



On Sale Saturday at K. LEE LOVEL'S 




99 



Join 
the 

"Invis- 
ible 
Guest 

Club 



Have you a hospit- 
able home? Do you 
entertain your 

friends? What does 
it cost you for an 
evening's entertain- 
ment? Will you en- 
tertain an " I nvisible' ' 
Guest at your table 
and become a mem- 
ber of the "Invisible" 
Guest Club of Amer- 
ica? It will cost you 
only Ten Dollars. 

There are 3,500,000 
undemoiuished, de- 
bilitated vi^aifs and 
orphaned children in 
Eastern and Central 
Europe, whose lives 
must be preserved by 
American generosity 
and hmpitdity. 

A Certificate of 
Membership in the 
••Invisible" Guest 
Club of America will 
be sent to you, signed 
by Herbert Hoover 
and Franklin K. 
Lane, National 
Chairman and Treas- 
urer; also signed by 
the State Chairman 
of Kentucky. 

If you will send your 
check for Ten Dol- 
lars, or more, to the 
European Relief 
Council, Richard 
Bean, Treasurer, 
Boanlof Trade Build- 
ing, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky, or deposit this 
amount to his credit 
in any bank in Ken- 
tucky, you will te- 
ceive an "Invisible** 
Guest Certiiicats bf 
return mail. 

Will you not join 
thii*'Invirible**Gttett 
dub today? 




h^Lucg Jeanne Price 



Captain John Smith, of I'ocohontaa 
fame, would realize how appreciation 
grows after one has been dead long 
onough, It he had been at a book .ale 
here the otber day. His "Oenerall 
Histsorie of Vlritnia, New England 
an dthe Summer Islandi," printed in 
1642, brought $2,410, when a famous 
library was sold at the Anderson gal- 
leries. And a book by Jobn Rous, 
with the unkind tllle of "New Bngland, 
a Degenerate Plant," printed 26 years 
yater brought |900. 

And now cnnion another member ot 
the Cohan family to receive the plaiul- 
Its of theater audiences. Georsi'tle, 
the youn gdaughter ot George and hia 
wife, BIthel Levy, walked out unan- 
nounced Into her mother's vaudeville 
act the other night, and did a very 
small song and a very small dance. 
But they liked her in spite of the 
sniallness Slip is just over from Lon- 
don nnd, It Is rumored that she Is be- 
lli!; i>reparod to be starred by her 
father. 

It has been several months, or in 
fact, seasons, since New York Soeletl 
has done anything bordering Hpertarn- 
lar, «r the freakish, in the way of its 
parties. So Mrs. Belmont Tiffany's 
Coffee Houie affair theo the othor 
night made more of a sensation than 
It would have back in the days of 
monkoy dinners and the like. Mrs. 
Tiffany's dinner was for her niece. 
^rary Cameron, and the illustrated 
[irosrani road "Dinner and tlicalrlcal 
revel given in honor of Miss .Mary 
Cameron, dare devil dolintanto" The 
dinner was served on loni; liarc wooii 
tables running across the Coffei- 
House on Forty-nfth street. Follow- 
ing the informal banquet, a revue was 
given by the guesti. 

New York. — A brcse fairly heavy 
with the echoes, at least, of adventure 
and romance blew up the Hudson UW- 
pr and arross tlie Drive the oilier day 
'a sailing vessel, an oid-fasliionod ship 
, ot tlio liigli soa.s, and mor(' liian liuit, 
^a Spanish bark with the colorful name 
of Ciuadalhorce, flying the piy colors 
: of King Alfonso, sailed in and moored 
at the food of Seventy-ninth street. 
She hails from Las Palmas, Canary 
' Islands, and is on a teisurly trip from 
' Europe to the West Indies, stopping at 
various Atlantic ports en route. Boys 
are visitiIl^ It in swarms. It's the 
nearest approach to the ships of their 
stories that they have ever had a 
chance to see, and they are accordlns- 
' ly grateful. The catheads for the an- 
Ichors on eoch side of the bow are 
'carved and painted red and glarlnK 
dragons mark each end of the beam 
acrow the top ot the forecastle bouse. 

A niece of Chief Uttle VMther, who 
was one of the meet famoui of the 

Crow warriors, is considered one of 
tlic Kroati st beauties In the Greenwich 
VillaRo Follies. Her own name is the 
more or Icu promio one ot l«retta 
Morgan. 

Wearing the uniform ot a salvation 
Army Captain, Oermalne Muller, a 
yosBf Puiettui woman, will leave 
New York shortly bonnd lor seven 
years' service in the leper colony of 
.lava. Captain Muller answered the 
call of the Salvation Army for volun- 
teers for the forclRn land and asked 
for the most diflicuU assignment avail- 
able. The work anionK the lepers was 
allotted to her. There are 3,0i)0 Inhab- 
itants of the Java colony and Captain 
Muller will be one of the few outsld- 
en who wHI have tone In to help 



The aewi ot ■aothor Drinkwater 
historical play will be gUUHy received 
by the enthuaiasU over hlf "Lincoln," 

William aHrris, Jr., Is to produce his 
"Maury Stuart" In N'ew York later this 
month. The play covers only Mary's 
younger years, when she was the girl 
queen of Scotland and still the wife 
of I^mley, with Rixzio singing like a 
MhertNL 



children, all living, 56 grandchildren, 
and 26 groat grandchildren. 

Kollppo Catliano, Is cither leading a 
Ufa more exciting than to bo expected 
of a practical drug clerk of routine 
habits, or else he hM an imagination 
which deserves lome other place in 
life. Fellppo la purported to be the 
fiance ot Mme. Jane Uerveux, a 
French aviatrlz. living in the city tem- 
porarily. And he has disappeared. 
Fiances have done this before, to be 
sure, but there are embellishments in 
this instance. According to Mnic, Hcr- 
veaux. Fellppo called lier up by 'phone 
the other night and explained it clear- 
ly to her. lie wants to eoine lo lier 
but two men with reiolver.-i are keep- 
ing him away. Then, aecdnliiin to his 
fellow-clerk at the drug store, Fellppo 
called him up and told hi mthat "Flor> 
enoe," an ex>llance ,and her relatives 
were holding him prisoner to keep 
him away from his new love. His 
'phone call to Mme. Herveaux was 
trraced to a pay 'phone In a cigar 
store. 'W'blch shows Just how bold 
men with revolvers can be in New 
York right now, Tliey ll follow llioir 
prey aiiywiicro, In Ibe meantime, nat- 
urally, Fellppo lias not apiicared at 
his place of employment ,and the last 
24 hours since the story of his ab- 
sence was noised abroad the flock of 
custom has grown so large that his 
pr.«ence is needed to help look after 
It 

I am not uiie w ho tbiiiks that men 
ought to give wiinieii llieir seats In 
street cars. I'siially tliey look as tired 
as 1 am, and it's rather iiiireasonahle 
to expect It. But 1 was interested at 
a little scene the other day. It was n 
sort of aut-rush hour and half a doz- 
en women were standing. At the 
Pennsylvania station, a dowdy mid- 
dle-aged colored woman came In. IN- 
STANTLY a well-dressed young negro 
got up and asker her to sit down. Two 
white men opposite grinned sheepish- 
ly and offereil ilicir scatt lo two elder- 
ly womeMi of llii'ir ov.n race. By the 
time the train ii'iielii'.l Times .S.iuare 
not a woman in the ear was left 

standing. 

LLCV JEANNK I'RICE. 



MUSICAL COMEDY 
AT THE OPERA HOUSE 
ON MONDAY NifiHT 

XcMannf GOBle Strip li Hnbjrri of 
Musical Comedy to Be Prewnird 
Hen Xondny Nigbt 

A musical play of more than imihs- 
Ing merit, stability and originality and 

based on the popular cartoons of 
(leorge .MeMaun. innl tntilli'd "llrlng- 
Ing I p Father at llie Seashore " will 
be the attraction at the Washington 
I heater 1111 .Monday night. 

The new piece Is fostered b\ llial 
up-to-the-minute nnd far-sccIng man- 
ager, Gijs Hill, who according to all 
accounts has scored a well-ileM r\ ed 
trlumiili Willi Ills latest venture, of 



course, the JIggs and the Maboneys 
und the rest of their hilarious clan 
win be or rather are on hand to lend 
their evergreen feud to the mlrlli of 
tliu occaHl(,n. .MagKlo .Miihuuey once 
more has umhlilouH aHplratlons and 
tills time, M the title IniplleH, she 
makes exalted and uncurbed attempts 
to enter the conflues of society. De- 
ceptions and other unfair practices 
are folited upon her by her husbuud, 
the immortal JIkkd. who in turn is de- 
ceived by a coterie of fake noblemen 
nnd oilier iie'er-du-wellH who have 
one aim ami that is to corral the Ma- 
honey fort line. 

How they are riiistrai(»| and bow 
the .Maboiiey's send iliein lo mother 
earth once more forms one of the 
funniest plots ever concoled for mod- 
ern theatrical conisuptlon. The sup- 
l.orting comiiaiiy. \* uniiHunlly capable 
and well rehearsed. A dozen exclusive 



■ong bits and surprises ,along with 
a champion beauty chorus and other 
novelties will be Introduced. 



ISnghind other European Importing 
counties do not appear so keen for 
wheat supplies as they were Some of 
tho Knglisli mills Kltnateii m (he ocean 
ports bin e coniiiienc i c| lo run oii short 
tinie, liecaiisi^ of llie M-ry laii;e btiieks 
of flour now avallabli; in tli.it coun- 
try. Stocks of Hour and wlieal com- 
bined are over ;;::,iinii,inMi bushels as 
against Ii:,iioij,uiiu bushels for Inst year 
at this time. This would Indicate that 
depressed wheat prices are not due 
entirely to market pressure In the 
I'nited SUtei. 



THE MOST 
" REFRESHING " 
DRINK IN THE WORLD 

BOTTLED 



TRIES ore MEW Al'TOMOBnE. 

No one hos as yet claimed to be the 
owner of the Ford roadster deserted 

ai Front and Market streets when a 
iniantlty of iiiinor was confiscated by 
chief of I'ollee Harry A. Ort. It Is 
thought lliiit the owner Is willing lo 
sacrifice the car rather than to bo j 
Implicated in llio whisky deal. If the 
car la not claimed it becomes ilie 
property of Chief Ort, who gave it a j 
try-out yesterday and found it to be in j 
splendid condition. { 




Ledger 



AayVM wko bUevsa that "there is 
BO fenw ati la NMr York." and no 
reel flnrfUes. and all ttet aort of 
thing, oegkt to kafe beaed an lavlta- 
tkm to tke Maaend wedding anni- 
vers.iry party of Jacob and Sarah 
Dick, who live in a tiny place in Pitts 
street, hiii li'lil their celebration in a 
roomy hall nearby. There are seven 



nay In Maysvllle. If oays 

1 ;;i".i".Ycn;iglieil for n:i 1;. ■ 
nfl.r bcUtlino nntil Mot'.; 
til iifjlit of Ketnp's IVilsain. .'i 

lia 1 I. . -iwuill fill ([UK r - 

lii '. liic irrit.itiuii, .-il:. r \\\. . '\ 
sh <ion VNCllt t') i-iec'i, 

KViMP'S BALSAM 

" Wfll stop That CouHh 



With Gug Hilla' MiMtreU Friday Night at Waghlngton Theater . 

TO OFFICE RENTERS 

i WE HAVE A FEW OFFICES FOR RENT IN 

I OUR BANKINO AND OFFICE BUILDING 

I WHICH WE HAVE LATELY OCCUPIED, 

j THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE WILL BE 

' MAINTAINEB BY US FOE THE RENTERS OF 

OUR OFPICEg, AND WE EXPECT TO MAIN- 
TAIN EFFICIENT ELEVATOR SERVICE. TKE 
HINT WILL BE Ag REASONABLE A8 POSSI- 
! BLK, OONtmniKa TKI MANY AOVANT- 

Aons oiTBKiD nr thisi hodebn omois. 

CALL AND SEE YP IF INTERESTED. 

STATE NATIONAL BANK 

THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK Of THE COUNTY. 



ITHE LIBERTY! 

: IS NOW OPEN : 

S To Receive Your Tobacco \ 

\ Our IMotto This Season Will Be "lUICK SERVICE." { 

• Landy Hamitten will be in charge of ttie^wagons and • 

X Dan Hardy will sell your crop for the hith dollar. • 

ILIBERTY TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO.: 



C. M. JONES, Pres. aod Sales Maiafir. F. A. JONES, 

L L CUSP. Vki-PniMNL Tnannr. 



R. B. HOLTON, Siey. aad>nn|taa|er J 
IMUTy AictfMNSfe 



Mra. Joseph H. Dodion, of Maysvllle, 
who haa been visiting ber daughter, 
MlsB Florence Dodson, of Lexington, 
for tho past sovonil wicks, cii route 
from Florida to her homo, will leave 
for .Maysvllle Saturday. — Leslneton 
Loader. 




AT ALL GROCERY STORESi 
CAFES AND STANDS. 



If .stral(;hti'iu'il out, nii ounce of 
Bpiiior-wcb would I'xtPiiil over three 
hiiiiilrcd and fiflv inll.s. 



Higgins & Slattery 

IMimrihKKS 1111(1 KMIIALMKIIS 
When the sml hour readier yoiii 
home you cast nliimt for llm iipcds ot 
t'.iat hour. You want lo pny tho fulleBl 
respect to the derarted ono Vou nat- 
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the occasion. 
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THE BOABOITT OF M0NI7 

Demands that you b« fully pro- 
tected at all times. Better spend a 
FEW CENTS per day on fire in- 
innnot and be mre of a OOOD 
AMOUNT in oaae of Imi. Bliff 
phone No. 410 ud wo will do fbo 
rest. 

M. F. and D. B. OOUQHLIN, 
No. 200 Market Street. 

DR. ROy 6IEHLS 

Chiropractor 

10 H next Serond Htreel, 
NAlSriLLI, KI. 
Home Phone ax.yt. Olflre Pheae 171. 

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$22.50 

FOR SUITS AND OVERCOATS 
Formerly $40.00 

$27.50 

f OB SUITS AND OVERCOATS 

Formerly $50.00. 

Get. H. Frank & Go. 

MiTifillt'i ronmoit Olothien. 



SHERIFFS SALE. 

Sheriff Charlei B. OalbreBtb held 
hi* tnnual lale for taqes at the court 
bouie thlB afternoon. There were fen- 
pieces of property to be gold, the ma- 
jority of the iiroptrty owners who had 
tailed lu ijiiy iheir taxes, having re- 
deeniej it today. 



UK. TAVLUlt (.OK.S 'J IIKUL'lili 

8UCtS.su I. OPERATin.>. 

iJr. .A. (I. 'luylor uudiTwi'iu a surg- 
ical uperutioii at tlie .Icwi.sli lio.spilal 
in Cincinnati tlils nioriiint;. Tlic op- 
eration was very succssful and lute 
reports from bis bedside are to the 
effect that he is doing nicely. 

cm MISSION BOARD 

MEETS TUESDAY. 

The Ladies Board of Managers of 
the City Mission will bold a very im- 
portant meeting at the Mission rooms 
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. 

John Ball, colored, was before 
Judge Whttaker this afternoon on n 
charge of disorderly conduct and was 
placed under )1U0 peace hond for the 
period of one year. 




Ilonir back wittiout qucttlon 
ir Hinrr'S 8>lv« f>ltt in the 
Iraatinaat of fTCH, ECZBMA, 
RllTaWORM, TETTER or 
otn«r ItsMiif tklo diiHH*. 
ilf • n ctal boa our rlik. 



At M. A. Swift. Drug Store 



GRAND JURY MAKING 
CLEAN SW[EP IN LEWIS 

Over Two HoBlNd Indletmenl* Ke- 
turned Hy GrMi Jirjr WUeh liifruN 
It! Third Week Tedtjr. 

CitlziMih (If 1,1'wis county wlio were 
in .MayHville today report the Kreatcst 
clcaiiiiii,'-iii> 111 Itif lilHlory of Lewis 
county now In pioKress ui the capital. 
Vanceburg. Hie operations of u 
grand Jury now in session at the Lew- 
is county court house hat created 
much excitement In the nelghborlnR 
county. 

This grand Jury im't uKttin this 
iiioniiiiK to start tile llilril weelt oC 
tlieir liivestigatious into Uisnrdur in 
tliat comity. Already iiune ilmii two 
liiiJidri'd ladlctmeiitN liavo lieeii re- 
turned, the most of which are for boot- 
legging and moonshlnlng and other 
Infractions of the prohibition laws. 
The Indicted represent every section 
of Lewis county and the fearless in- 
vesUgatlon of 'the grand Jury has 
opened the eyes of all In Liswis ami 
nearby counties. 

Judge Halbert, the popular Circuii 
Judge, has been fearless in ids sup- 
port of the j:rand jury and lias .sent 
quite a number of witnesses to Jail for 
refusing to divulge Information they 
were known to have. 

It is reported that the Investigation 
of tiie present grand Jury is the great- 
est clean-up Lewis county has had in 
hgjt a century. 

.nARDI 6RA8 LOSIS 

ITS 01,1) (U.OUY. 

.New Orleans. Keb. T. - With but 
little u< lib former nlory reniainiiiB. 
.\ew Orleans' annual .Mardi Ura^ (•( le- 
bratioii win begin today wjili a rivr 
parade of vessels to meet the susinier 
Queen City, due from PittaburKli with 
several hundred visitors from Ubio 
and Mississippi river points. Much of 
the old glory of the famous MardI Gras 
will b« lost this year. 

.HRS. HEKRV MORRIS 

DIES IX COTL\0TI». 

Relatives here were advised this 
morning of the death last night at her 
home m Covington of Mrs. Henry Mor- 
ris. Mrs. Morris was an aunt of Mrs. 
J II Richardson, of Sast Second 




One Night Only 
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With the Great GEORGE WILSON, Ruddy Willing, James 
Baradi, Nick Glynn, Joe Worth, Joe Ragi Leighton, Comediaiu, 
Dancers, Singers. Syncopated Jan Orchntrs. The Miudcal pates. 
Markwith Bros. Saxaphone Sextette. Splendid Minstrel Band. Watch 

for the Big Strget Parade. 



MATSTOLB DIFIAIt 

mamoK team. 

By the close score of 14 to 13 the 
Maysvllle Hi^h School basket ball 
team defeated the fast team represent- 
ing the Covington High School at the 
local gymnasium gatorday evening. 

BDBHARDIi-DnS. 

.Mr Ijiwrenco .1. Deis ,aged 27, of 
Dayton. Ohio, and .Miss Mlldre<l H. 
Hinehardt, aged 21, of .Newiiort. wen- 
married at the County Clerk's ofllco 
this afternoon by Connty Judge H. P. 
Purnell. 



COI N( II, IIEETS TONIflllT. 

The February nieciinK of City Coun- 
cil will bo held tlils evenhiK at the 
Council Chamber. Little business 
aside from the regular rontlne is ex- 
pected to cone before the city fathers 
and a short session Is expected. 
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Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, Plus War Tax 



Seat Sale Wednesday, Shaffer & Watkins. Mail Orders Now. 




.Mrs. .\ F Itespess of Frankfort Is 
visiting her niolhcr, .Mrs. John Wat 
son. of West Front street. 



Pastime Today 



JOE 'SHOESTRING" RYAN in 

HiOIEN DANGERS 

A modem "Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde," serial. Three big thrills 
In each episode. A man changes his entfare being riglit before yonr 
very eyes. 

BEN TURPIN in a screamingly funny comedy. 

AIM INTEBNATIONAL NEWS. 

ADMISSION 10 AND 15 CENTS. 

TO MORRO W — Eileen Percy and John Stepling in "THE HUS- 
BAND HUNTER," from the novel "Myra Meets His Family." One 
long, lingering laugh. The season's finest screen comedy. She 
hunted a hnsband and walked into a trap. Then things grew lively. 
Adapted from the Saturday Evening Post story. A lavgh in every 
leene. 

WEDNESDAY — Pricilla Dean, Eugenia Forde and Wheeler 
bakman in "THE VIBOIN OF 8TAMB0UL." Univenal-JflweU 

$600,000 production. The .senson's most stupendous photo drama. A 
most wonderful play, never before equaled. Don t miss it. 



Siinilay .Srliool At!eiiiliiiice Suin- 
lary .1. Harry liiclianison reports al- 
atcndance at the local Sunday scliools 
yesterday as follows: 

Christian SUO 

First Presbyterian 164 

Third Street M. p. , 157 

First Baptist 131 

Sedden M. E 129 

First M. E. South 91 



Soiilli 



Too BUSY 

Straitlitenjng up after 
our big sab. 

SOME SUCCESS 

Brady-Bouldin Co. 

SeeoRd and Market Streets 

THE HOME OF HABT-MHAFTKB * MABZ OLOtm. 



••/.ilile llriok" M. K 

t'iiy MiBsjoii fi2 

f!c-(ili M Iv ii'ipliii'.'cl I 77 

Bethel Uaptlsl (colored) 7.'i 

I'ennty, 

Hllldale 76 

Dover Christian 66 

Mayslick Christian 65 

Helena M. R. South *"! 

.Mayslick liaiitist 47 

Lewlsburg Baptist 47 

OranKebufR Christian 

.Sardis^M. K 

Oermantown .M. It; 

Germnntown M. K. South ■'-■< 

U'ashinKion I'resbytertan -- 

.■VUnerva Christian 2« 

Minerva M. B. South 18 

Washington M. B. South 14 

.IdnU nible Clasitex. 

Loyal Wiinien. Clirislian 70 

l.oyal Men, I'liristiaii 52 

Orotherliood. Tlilrd SIreet M. E. ...40 

Tlip .'^lars. Sedden .M. K S.S 

ISaracr.. First Baptist 

inildalc Hustlers 27 

Willing Workers, First M. E. South 22 

WilUnK Workers, City Mission 19 

Phllathea, First Baptist 19 

Einvorth, Third Street M. B 17 

nerry. KIrsi Haptlst 17 

Wi sl. y llroiherhooil. "Little Brlrk" 1.'? 
J.oyal Workers. "Little Flrick." ^. . . S 
The Chrl.stiaii cliiiicli at Mill Crcuk 
is undergoing n imlrs which accounts 
for the oniissi(.ii of their attendaine 
in the report. They expect to have 
their ebnreh ready for reopening In 
about two weeks when a big service is 
planned. 

Tb* seboot of the First Presbyterian 
church made an offering of ti9 yes- 
terday for relief of the Chinese fam- 
ine sufferers. 

Two new class'N appear loday for 
the first lime. The Stars of tlie Sodden 
M. K. (luirch is one of llie real live 
working classes of the city. The "Will- 
ing Workers" of the City Mission lias 
ben broaght to lU present excellent 
working eonditlon by Ito teacher. Mrs 
L. H. Teale. The class is proving n 
moat vtlnable adjunct to the work of 
the MUsion. 

The school at the Christian church 
continues on llie iip-trade Tliroc hun- 
dred were in attendance yesterday 
The mens and women's classes are 
now in tlie lead of all adult nilile 
ela-sses niis school is feelini; the ef- 
fect of the splendid revival. 

Of svpr^e iinpartance to all Sun- 
tkf sdMol saperlotendents, teachers 
of tesa am vayHs yoong people's 
workers Is tke awettag at the First 
Baptist ebarch nest Satvrday evening 
at 7 o'ektck. At that time Miss How- 
ard of the State Sunday School A.a- 
snciatlon force, an expert in yonng 
people's work, will be present for a 
conference with our workers .As tMs 
department of ttio work is considered 
one of the nio>i important in all, it is 
very urjtent that all workers interest- 
ed the development of the leaders 
tmemg oar yotmg people be jgresenL 
At a eoafcnnce of tiM Bxecattro 
I e( tke Meeea Cowrty flM> 



day School Assocation and the pas- 
tors of the city witli .Mr. W. J. Vaughn 
statb worker, last Friday evening at 
the Third Street M. B. church, the 
Sunday school work of the city and 
county was carefully considered. 
.Many helpful suggestions were made 
by .Mr. Vaughn. Of first Importance 
w.is a plan submitted by Mr. ('. S. 
Kirk, superintendent of Adult llible 
('la--s work, for a gel-togetlier-ineeeing 
at an eary date for city and county 
workers. Tlie plan is to have the pas^ 
tor, superintendent and a leading 
worker from each school at a noon 
lunch and then lay before them the 
plans for advanced work. Mr. Kirk 
was appointed chairman of the com- 
mittee on arrangements, which gives 
assurance of the success of the enter- 
prise. 

The iiiiidair schunl elected olQcers 
yesterday as follows: 

Superintenihiit, .Miss Klla Wallace. 

Asst. Supt., Mrs. U. P. .Moody. 

Secretary, Miss Marguerite Pogue. 

Asst. Secretary, mu Artie Watson. 

Treasurer, Miss Katie Boyer. 

The present teaching force Is re- 
tained. This school Is doing some of 
the best work of any school In the 
county. It may be termed a "com- 
munity" elTort. us all ilenomlnal ions 
arc united in tiie ^work. Resides the 
reeiilar school session each Sunday 
afternoon, dub of the pastors or lay 
workers Is present to give a sermon 
or talk. 

The Women's Foreign Missionary 

Sooiety of the Third SIreet M. E. 
church will have a special program at 
their regular ineetlng Tuesday eve- 
ning. A niisslonary play under the 
ilirectioii of Miss lliird will he given 
The cliiuai ii rs are made iiji of tlie 
young pi ii|ilr of tlio churcli. A cordial 
invitation Is given all to attend. 

The Offlelal Board of the Third 
Street M. B. Church meets this eve- 
ning In regular monthly session. All 
members urged to be present. The 
pastor has some very definite plans 
fur iiilv.inci il work to be considered. 

Tlie ciiipjregatlon attending the 
service at the Third Street .M. R. 
church last evening was favored with 
some very fine music. The "Aeolian 
rompany" of musicians composed of 
three young ladies representing a ly- 
ceum bureau gave several beantiful 
selections which were greatly enjoy- 
ed. In addition to this the regular 
Sunday school orchestra played one 
of their best preludes, and for an of- 
fertory Mr Herman Clark gave a very 
pleasing sa\aphone solo. A line con- 
gregalloi] V, :i» present to hear Rcr. 
I'cters' sric.riil sermon nii "The Lord's 
Prayer." These sermons are proving 
an Inspiration to the many hearing 

tlieni. 



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LOW 

I.DST - uu Sunday iiiuniing, between 
Hord's Hill and Dethel Baptist 
church a string of beads; bronze 
with heliotrope settings. Leave at 
Ledger olllce and receive reward. 2t 



LOST OR STRAYED — Beaglo hound, 
female, white with tan ears, license 
tag No. 484 and collar with owner's 
name on It. Return to ine and re- 
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Neal, 644 Wes* Second street, Mays- 

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Gbiropractor 

(TKiifi BiUiiii, Maitit Strut 
MAYIVILLE KY. 

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KI^.MI ( kV BA>KKB8 lU DliVISE 
MKH* TO COnAT BAXDIT8. 

Louisville. Ky., Feb. 6 — Kfforts are 
to be made by the bankers of Ken- 
tucky this week to devise some meth- 
ods for running down and punishing 
bandits who eoattaiMlly indulge in 
breaking open and roMtag banks. 

Realising the serionsness of the 
situation Chaiiss H. Ellis, of Sturgis, 
president of the Kentucky Bankers' 
Association, railed a meeting of the 
executive council of the association 
to be held in I»uisvill« TnesdSjr, at 
the Seclbach Hotel. 

During the last few months there 
have been a large number of bank 
robberies reported in various sections 
of the atate, wfA honken realise that 
sooMdtfnc «ni iMtT* to be done. The 
«Msttss of better pratMUoB tar baidts 
is oee that has beea eon sld ere d by the 
tmuamVmy 

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Practice llmlte dto dlagnostionting 
and correcting defects of eyesight by 
the fitting of proper glasses. 

MAISYILLE, KENTUCKY, 

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DON'T MISS THIS BIO ADJ?BTBR'S 

FIRE SALE! 

'$6,000 STOOK OF NATIONALLY ADVIBTISBO PURB' 
FOODS TO BB SOLD AT GIVB AWAY PBIGES. 

THERE ARE GOODS WITH ONLY SUOHTLY SOILED' 
LABELS. WE GUARNTEB THE QUALITY. A PINE' 
I CHANCE TO STOCK UP FOR THE WINTER I 
I POSITIVELY NOTHINQ CHARGED. NOTHINO OB- 1 
1 LIVERED. 

OOME BABLY AND BKINQ YOUB BASKBT8. 
SALE SUPERVISED BY 

Mavsvilla Tea, Coffee & Soice Co,j 

Distributors. 

PURE FOOD STORE 

NEXT D08I SWin 0118 STIIEj 

PHONB 669. 



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Wholesome 

BREAD 

Delicious and Sweet 

CAKESi 

MADE DAILY BY 

Federal Svstem Of JakeriBsi 

East Third Street and Market Streijt 



Mrs. fflaym& WorthiogtOD'a 
Farm For Sale 

SIXTY AOBli LOOAfBD JUiT OOTilDB TO 

CITY LIMITS. ON THE LEXINGTON ROAD, 
LBS8 THAN TBN MINUTES RIDE TO THE CITY 
FLAOB BUkB LABOB MODBBN BBIOK HOUSE, 

ALL nr rmy ooRDmoir, laboi tobaooo 

BARN AND ALL NECESSARY OUT-BUILDINOS 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION CAN BE GIVEN, 
AID IT'S PBICnD TO ULL A8 MBS. WORTH- 

nroffoir IB HOW uwa nr uDommm. 

Sherman Am 



WILL SELL THE EARTH. 
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No. • But Beeond Itni*. 



■ATSYILLB. IT 



m • 1 AT OPERA HOUSE 

1 onignt Elaine Hammerstein 



In "Pleasure 
SMkfifs" 



ToflMMTOw At Gtm aod Operi House 

Mary iVliles Minter ^Z'^