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MYSTERIOUS CAR 
AT FT. THOMAS HAS 
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, DXO. 30, 1922. 



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M.TK.M wer« iMoed. 




1,907 i arcolii woro insured. 




Stamp oale amounted to |1, 


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700 BpeoUl doUrery letter* 


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e*i» were received and dellvai 




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thouaaada of packai;ei and let 


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■ i M i M ir. for hta «wlal | 
. ia4 mn hari iMi Mitai 
iB'dollToilBs man t» an^ 
tiMw. Ifuf dajra ha waa 
to wwfe.imtll far an«r mid 
tkara Ma ao ,aoeiunnlatloap 
tka foatoOea ^ tba depot | 
boBtv* thara 
aatUfaatory 
of auOI at 



ot tha yaar 
iL No mater how«, 
lay b« the Bank ol 

glad to hava yoni 
a iaTlnga book and 
aid yoa in aarlnrVTUa haak waiMa jlo 
help t6b and will pay yon 



Thli la tha 
a aavtnipi aocoi 
auall tha aum 
KayarUla wUl 
In and ■ 



Lieeate Platm Stolen Front PraL Tnr  
nipaoed's Car Fonnd on Myatorlona 

Ford Now In Ft Tboniaa 
Oarafe Unclaimed. 



WEEK OF m 

Woman'* IDiaionary Horlcty of Bap  
Utt Chareh to ObecrTO Aanaal 
FfByar Waak Bertnalnr 



Thay par K 
and iuir. nay 
doOara a 
flr* thooaad 
yonarvitotOBa 
halBonM 0110 at 
ae you how Cut 
[row, If yon ]«*t 
trylni. It will 
They will (iTa 
u how, and yon 




intaraat on your 
twloa a year, Jani 
pay ont orar 
year to thotr 

iB|p ewtnnart. 
of thaia, yon ahi 
onoe. It will iurpi 
your aavInK* will 
gat atarted and keoj 
coat yon nothing to 
you a book and ihow 
can deposit large ori email suma at 
finy time you wish. Ir you want your 
ir.onoy to be absolutely aafe and make 
you eomethlnic, put It In the Bank of 
lAayarlUa. They are glad to divide 
^halr protlta with tholr cnatomera. 30-3 

Q MAf AliOKK." 

The Paatime Theater pnaaata an 

nxceiitlunal big feature Now Yaar'i 

Day, Monday, January lat, featuring 
Amorlca'a Rrcatcst emotional octor, 
Monroe Sallabury In "The Oreat 
Alone." A etory ot the giant of the 
gridiron of Stamford Unlvcrelty In 
California, and the land of anow and 
Ice In Alaika. Thli la a companion 
picture to "The Storm," Start the New 
Year right by aeelng thla niiiHtprploce. 
Vou will sure have a happy Now Year 
If you aea thie picture. See flie liit; 
inow atom, tha groataat fight ever 
f ta«ad U tha gnat alooa. 



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DVG LICKK3E8. 
^rhe Dof Ucenaea for 1928 are now 
£iiy handa for laaue, and KOBtneky 
  ^lat all doga, rogard- 
• 0^ ahall M dnly Uoenaed on 
January 1st Itn. 
for tint mato fl-O*. and 
Ibanaftor UM; to^ flrat 
niala tharo- 
•Dao-^ 
. JAHIMJIT. Oo«Bty dark. 



Sheriff C. M. Devore waa advlaed by 
authorlilea at Ft. Tbomaa Saturday 
^lornlng that a new Pord Sedan benr- 
iiyt Ucensb plates of the numbers as- 
■igned to Maaon county, had been In 
a public garage in that city for several 
ilifa and that no one having called for 
the machine, the garage men had re- 
ported It to the aulhorltlcB suspecting 
that the car had been stolen. 

Rererring to the county records, the 
sheriff found that the platea on the 
oar at  Ft. Thomas had ben assigned 
Prof, (ieorge H. Turnlpseed, Superln 
tondant of tha Maaon County Schools. 
Tha ahorUr at onoe got in touch with 
Prof. Tvmlpaaod, who haa not aOan 
hu oar for laroral days bnt who went 
tmmadlatoly to-Ua «anga and fonnd 
that tka Ifoonao pkUda on hia oar had 
baaatomoK. 

Prof. Tnmlpaaad'a «ar had Jnat boon 
ratncBod btea from tho Bniok garage 
and an laraatlgattoB waa aada than 
by tba offlears. Hmt toanA from the 
gang* man tbtt on laat ninraday a 
new Vord aadan In which three yonng 
men and a yonng woman, all of whom 
were suspicious Jooking characters 
were at tho garage. They said they 
had conio from Lexington and had 
been directed through Maysvllle ert 
route to Louisville. This caused the 
earago men to suspect that tho new 
car had been stolen. It Is thought that 
while at the Bulck garage, the young 
men stole the tags from Prof. Tnmlp- 
  eed's car and discarded the original 
taRR on the machine. 

These faoU bare been gtren the Ft. 
Thomaa aathoritlea br Sbarlff Deron. 



The Woman's Missionary Society of 
the First Haptlst church will observe 
the Januar}' Week of I'rnyor, bCRln- 
■Ving on New year's evening. 

Every member of the church is 
urged to attend these nioetlngs. The 
services begin eacli rvonliiR at 7 
o'clock Re on time and bring some- 
one wOh you. All visitors are welcome 
Following is the prt)(;ram for Mon- 
day evening: 
Leader — Mrs. |j. H. Veale. 
Subject — Japan. ■ . 
W. M. U. Hymn. 
Scripture Reading. 
Prayer— Rot. John A. Davla. 
"Thb Voloe Out of the DarkBoae"— 
mtb. Frad Jonoi. 

■Saving the Chlldf^n"— Kn. Riley 
Oaithar. 
Prayer— Mr. C. K. Qollnger. 
Baptist 8ohool9 In Japan."— Mrs 
John A. DaTlar 

'^0 Japanese Misalonary In Japan" 
— Mn. J. P. Moore. 

Solo— "Open the Oatas of Brayer"— 
Mr. U H. Veale. 

"Keeping Touch With Mission 
Study"— Mra. C. N. Bollnger. 
Closing Prayer— Prof. W. T. Berry. 



MAYSVILLE BOY 
SHOOTS SELF IN AT- 
TEMPTAT SUIUE 

Pred Bays, MajMiIIle Hoy, on Visit (o 
Sifter In Augnslu, lUres lUfle into 
Abdoncn-^Mttie thanea for 
Recovery. 



HOLDAT RMCLATIOW 

AT TRB POSTOFnCE. 

Jannary 1, 19M, Naw Tean Day. 
AH departmento at the poatofflee will 
be open from S to 11 a. m The City 
Carrlen will observe their regular 
schednle of two deliveries. T^^ro will 
be no rural delivery. 

ZORAYDA W. COCHRAN, r. M. 




tif ai tlia lato 
IMdlar  ad now th| 

O South, ot Frni 
-tt.vug  ni-..»^j «-/ 

Washington says ej 

at the Phlladelpht/ 



be ahtpt I 

'yard. 



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AJIBAra HBATILt "FINED. 

Cart^tek Xjr.— Tba oaaa agalnat s^rs. 
Bsssia bnM, abargad with having 
Uqnar ia bar poaaasskm. waa oontin- 
usd o  aoeonnt ot tha lUnass ot t|io 
dofOndant Bor Vaaaant waa triad 
tha ohargea of tranaportlnc and 
a«Mlag Uqaor. Vaownt was ari 
fMlowlat tba tiadtac o( abont M 
loda of wbiaky at tha bona of 
DnBn. Tba maiimnm poaalty, ' 
fine and M daya tn JaU, waa glvea 
aaoh ease. V|u aaat wUI appaaL 

tka LIkartr Waraksna Is apaa ta 
leealra tabMoa far tha Unt «!• I* ho 
baU m JUiury Ind. IIDaett 



KIDNAPED CHILD IS 

BETCENED TO PARENTS. 



Detroit, Mich., Dec. 30 —Eight-year- 
old Mary Giovannangell, kidnaped 
eight days ago and held for a ransom 
ot $20,000, was returned to her home 
thla morning, less than 12 hours after 
bcr father, Nicola Qlonaunangell, E^t 
Side banker, had reported her disap- 
pearance to the police. 

The child's ntum waa almoat aa 
daring as bar aoltnre. mora than a 
weak ago. DaapHa a poUoa gnard sto- 
Uonod at bar fbtbar's bank aad home 
to bloek any attamptad nprlsals for 
his feetlan In nportlag tba demand for 
raaaom, sba was hronght to wttbln 
halt a block of her homo. Than 
man bdpad bar tram aa aatOBWbtIo 
and dinatad ber to 'nrarrr hom», tai 
doBt ba ktraid ot tho «mA- Bba 1 
not been harmed, and Inflormad bar 
parcnta ahe had ben taken to a firm' 
house. She had been wall eared for, 
land even tetad on Ohriataaa day, she 



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to bandle them 
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BEST QUALITY and know 
rith deanlinaag. 

ftyinff, quart 88 

loping and atowi, qt. 70 



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RHEYIbRUG CO. 



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ILLE, KY. 



BOWHors tubq^t coifibmbd, 



t The theory that Mr. Itad Sehaelle, 
1^1 shoemaker, bad drowned 
pAaoUcally confirmed lato Vtlday af- 
teirnooa when a hat Identified as one 
hel wore when last seen, was blown 
frokn tho bottom ot the Ohio River 
witlh dynamite near the old gaa works 
Thiks far Mr. Schncllo'a body has not 
beem recovered but a search of the 
river continues. As there was an 
nrtllVclnl rise In tho river Thursday 
nighi. It Is thought that tlie body has 
been icarrled down stream  iulte a dlS' 
tanca' 



Prod Hays, well known MayavlUe 

boy, lies at the point of death at Hays- 
wood hospitiil BuffecJng from a rifle 

Rhot wound in the abdomen. Attending 
Iiliyslcl:ins r.;iy thcio is little chance 
fcr his rof  very nn tlie liull lias pierced 
sovcr.Tl enlrals and the liver was 
Ktruck. 

The young man has for tho past gev- 
cral weeks made his home with hl=i 
sister, .Mrs. Ida Case, at Augusta and 
■ lillo nt his sister's home In the 
nrartken county town Friday evening 
nt about 8 o'clock, he shot himself 
with a small .22-caIlber rifle. At first 
It was thought that he hud shot hlm- 
iplf accidentally but at the' hospital 
')e told relatives and the physicians 
•hat ho had planned to take hia own 
life. , 

The cause for the rash act Is as- 
-'ii;ncd as worry over nnmorous 
troubles. 

Although a native of 'Mayavllle, Hays 
'lad not been living here for several 
years but had resldod In several of 
the larger cities. 

Reports from his bedsira at the hos- 
pital Saturday afternoon were to tho 
effect that his condition was very crit- 
'eal and that hia death might be ex- 
nected at any time. Haya la about 25 
vcare of age. 



irOTICE. 

All persons having claim? .-".(rrlnst 
the estate of Patrick Gantley. Hennaed 
will please proHcnt same at on-c prop- 
erly proved accordlns to law: v.::'. all 
persons indebted to the said e tate 
win please make Immediate se ll :...'iit 
of same 29Dcc3t 

KATIK n. CANTLKV, Admx. 



o  Titip TO Kl itori;. 

Mr. and Mi S. J It. Kirk kfi i ir X ^ 
York Saturday afternoon, wlic-p t 
will spend a month. Tlity will '. 
Joined February 1 by .Mr. and Mis 
Robert A. Cochran. On February 'B the 
party will leave for a three months' 
stay in Europe. 



IMPOKTAM .NOTICE. 
Ail persons havin;; claiiim nKnlnsl 
the estate of M. F. Coughlin. deconBed, 
are requested to bring them properly 
proved, and all owing the estate an 
asked to call and aettle by January 3, 
1923, MBa M. P. COUQHLIN, 

SSOaoSt Executrix 



IM Mm M LEWIS 

C. A 0. Detectives Arrest Fonrtcen at 
Ooaeoid tor Coal Haavlif, WWek 
Is JaNCXo Have Been Heavy. 

C. & O. Detective H. M. Brown, of 
this city, returned home Friday nitfht 
from Vancehurg whore he had taken 
fourteen men and boya who had been 
arrested on Thursday at Concord by 
himself and Speolal a * O. OIBaer 
Joa. Webb on charges tt "coal haar- 
Ing" and train rldlag. 

Officer Brown' reports that tor sev- 
eral months ttatfa has baaa mMh   
plalat about tha wbrtaaaU tbstt of 
coal at tba Conoord stattoa .aiUI'tbe 
two offloen atatloBOdtbadiaatVM'tbera 
with tha Intention ot making aa effort 
to break np tba praetlea wbMi bad 
coat hnndreda ot doUan. 

Among tha tonrtaen arrested were 
three Maysvllle boys, Dale Bryant, 16, 
WlUls Martin, aged 13, and Arnold Ad 
kins, aged 18, all ot whom were 
chargrod with train riding. They arc 
now being held at Vnnccburg. 

Those arrested for coal lieaving 
were Alvie Solster, Ansel Ward, Omar 
Kennedy, Wllbert Caseman, W. M 
Burrows, Wm. Flggins, Geo. Hender 
son. Perry Dickson, rdw. Baker all of 
whom were fined |10 and costs by 
fudge Stone of Vaucchur!;, Floyd and 
Fred Henderson, Juveniles, were given 
a suspended reform school sentence, 



ROSS CAPTUREI 
IN PARIS HOTI 

WKii Few 01 

Kan Who Escaped From Clal 
Qaaana HoiplUl la Located! 
Paris Cotol— Wanted 
Saranl charges. 



SLATHTG WAS NOT 

JTSTinABLE, SATS COBOKER. 

Louisville, Ky., Dec 29— Clifford L. 
Bleckorby, tobacco broken, was 
charged with having killed Dr. Charles 
E. Heavrin, dentut, without justifica- 
tion, by a verdict returned today by a 
coroner's Jury. Dr. Hoavrin died De- 
cember 26 of wounds inflicted Decem- 
ber 18. Ho was found to be uncon- 
scious in the building in which he has 
his office shortly after the shot Is sup- 
••ORCd to have been fired. 



•dlt.HEH RE.SIDENT DIES 

AT CIX'IWATI HOME. 

Relatives here have been advised ot 
he dc.- th Friday nt lior home in Cin- 
'nnrtl of Mirs Kilzabeth Drlscoll, 

twenty years of aee. daughter of Mr. 

■ind Mrs. Joseph Drlscoll, Ibrmerly of 

this city. Funoral will be held Tues- 

I'ny at Cincinnati. 



YOlJIfG LAD DIES AT 

HATSWOOD HOSPITAL. 

John William Ammer, ten-year-old 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo'.n Ammer, ot 
Minerva, was brouc;ht to Hajswood 
Hospital Friday suffcilns from locked 
bowels. Tho boy dlinl late Friday af- 
ternoon. The body was Saturday re 
moved to the home of the parents at 
Minerva and funeral will be held Jfon 
day morning at 10 o'clock nt St. Janie 
church. Burial will bo made in the St. 
Patrick's cemetery at Waahlngton. 



"SMftDT initOUGir IS 

WONDERFUL PICTIUE 

Norma Talmadge In "Smllln 
Through" attracted very large audi- 
ences at the ^\■aBhlngton theater Fri- 
day evening. This feature was unques- 
tionably one ot the best pictures shown 
in MayaviUe in. months. Ehreryona wbo 
saw ^t praised It "The plotnre will'be 
shown ngaln Sattirday night at the 
Gem. 



John Boos, M, allaa Turner, or i\ 
ington, Ky., waa mn to earth a i 

tured lu a hct»l iu Paris, Ky., nb'J 
dayhobt Saturday bv W. F Link, Par^ 
police chiui, nU*tr one ot the moat inl 
tensive searchaa aw tttttM^ltf Cin\ 

.liinati iK)l ce 

Two m»;i .• id two wom^n who were 
In the part w ith Ross also were cap- 

tur-d. 

Tho search bcga'. - rter Hoss escaped 
from tho Clnci-.nL. General Hospital 
two weeks c^ j by cutting leather 
shackles which hound him to bed and 
olimbing down a ladder and into a 
waiting auto. Ho waa Buttering from 
a wound in the groin which he had 
received In a pistol battle with de- 
tectives there aeveral daya earlier. 

Roas is wanted on aeveral ohargea,^ 
some state and some tederaL Among 
them wen allegations of riipottnc at , 
to kill and anto theft FoUpa obasts' 
he waa tba head ot a big ring ot auto 
'.hleves. 

At' the Windson Hotel in Paris, 
when they wen captured, one ot ^e 
women waa registered aa Boss' wife. 

The others reglatared as Harry Zing 

and wife and Harry Crfrson. 

They were captured, police learned, 
through a 'phene call which aomeone 
:n the party put through to Lesingtoa i 
when they arrived in Parts, about 6 
p. m. Friday. Tho woman who regia- 
tcrcd as Ross' wife, police say, may 
be Miss Dorothy Tingle, 22, ot Lex- 
tnclon, who was released on bond 
after her arrest at the same time \ 
waa arrested. 

LOIALTl REWARDED. 

Louisville, Ky., Deo. 29.— Formal t 
nouncoment of tho distribution of^ 
checks equivalent to an extra montb'a 

salary among employees ot the vari- 
ous lines ot the Louisville and Nash- 
ville Railroad tor meritorious service 
rendered during the shopmen's 
was made at the off. :6 ot tho Genfj 
Superintendent hce today, 
awards rann;ed from |1C0 to $350. 
total omojint disbursed waa not stat 



BUYS NEW LEXINGTON. 



CRAWFOKD-.MORGAN. 



Marriage license was Issued Saturf 
day by County Cl?rk A. M. Januar 



I Mr. Scott Osborne, ot Court street, 

I has purchased of Keith & Keith a 

Miss N'ellie Grant is spending the beautiful new Lexington car which | to George Albert Morgan, aged. 27, and 
nlidays with her brotlier Dr. John B. ; was driven through Friday from the Miss Edith Pauline Crawford, aged tl,l 
irant of New York City. factory at Cflnnersvillo, Ind. ^both of Mason connty. 



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PATBO IX BOB BMr. .. 

Clevfeland, Ohio, Dec. 80. — Armed 
men, tnta morning held np the pay- 
maater lot the Ferry Cap It Screw com- 
pany, t|nd escaped with the |20,000 
weekly kayroll. 

Robbers entered tho office ot the 
coinpanyl with pistols drawn. 

Tho paymaster, Just returned from 
a bank with the money, heavily guard- 
ed by an krmed escort was caught oft 
his guard fttr the sudden raid. 



WATIfH KiaHT nBTDtflS. 

Several k-atch night meetings will 
be held Sutaday night to watoh the old 
year out anil the new year in. A very 
special ser\llce will be held at the 
Third StreetlM. E. church. Naw 'Vear'g 
prayer meetwiga will be held at 7 a 
m. Monday |tt aovaral ^at.itta looal 
ohurches. 



BIQ BDU 



AUTO 

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The ofllea of Aounty Clerk A. M. Jan 
nary was fHlsdlall day Saturday with 
iiulomoblle ownilra who had postponed 
until the laat Oay the obtaining of 
tholr HIS llcenshttags. Saturday waa 
the last ehaoea tl obtoln tags and H 
oMHMi ha(M« tfea Bov roar. 

IT. 



itaMMoMJi 

eouaty. 



County Clerk A 
•lay gnnted a marriij 

A. Ittllt • •'! '"t 

HIU, aged M, Mit 



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I THE HOME OF gUALITY CLOTHE^ 

G RATITU D 



WE DO IT RIOHT. 

We are willing that you should 
be the judge of the quality of our 
work. Let your dght direct your 
judgment. Send us one order and 
examine our work carefully. 

The Modem Laundry and 
Dry Cleaning Co. 

II Eaat Seeead Street 'Fbone 163 



At this season, we are 
'wlio have hclpcd^'^^p^ke 

We extend oja'Tprqf' 
our efforts, have re^f»rdi 

AVo trust 



to le.irn the a 



d to expres.'^ our good wishes to tlinso 
e inat^tutiou it is today, 
titude to those, who appreciating 
t^tli^^cir'ver increasing patronage, 
all our friendiu^i;v|lomers and those wbo hsTa yet 
ea of tradi^-whh ua, cujoy a 





• HAPPiiNEW YEAR 

:D. Hechinger & 



(Incorporated) 




0 BEADS A SIQN ON A TABLE OF LEFT-OVEB OHBIST-. 

# ilAt aOOD8 8U0H A8 TOyS, DOLLS, TXDDY BBABI . 

# ODDB AMD BNDB. 

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Suits 

Coats 
Drer' 

tm ABi BiDucnu) nr pucn and 
nNDi omt nooK jojo UDUCOD. the] 
00 mfT. 

WE HAVE BOMl,VIBTfflMnnr BVEN^ 
AT 20Vv DISOOUNT. 

MEN'S PATINT OAMODCa PUMPS 
"KRTT MM" nLfn HOSI «0 

SLIPPERS $3.U8. 






SMILIN' THROUGH 

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An Attractive Suite 

Both In Quality and Price 




This Suite is made in the famous Windsor 
Design and lepresents the highest type of 
craftsmanship in American furniture manu- 
facture. 

G nsists of three pieces, large double Bed, 
triple mirrored Vanity Dresser and extra 
roomy Chiffonnette. Well constructed and a 
value not to be overlooked at our price. 



BRISBOIS 

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42 W. Secand St. THE FURNITURE MAN 





MAYSVILIE, KV. 



INTER -SOUTHERN JOHN 



LIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY 

Clean, Stwg, Progressive 

See Oar Wonderful Kew Pullejr 

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THE SHD or A PBRrSOT 



Let US help yon mal:e your Christ- 
mas dinner end perfectly. 

GIVE YOUR FAMILY 

T-G 
Ice Cream 

They will all enjoy it. 
VANILLA 
PEACH 
CHOCOLATE 
TUTI FBUITX 
ALMOND BISQUE 
SPECIAL BRICK 

SANTA OLAUS AND ANY 
OTHfB IMUIVIDUAL MOLD 

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Phone 325 



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OlauM Soiantifioally Httod. 

MA¥;3VILLE, KY. 
O'Keef* B;dg. UP STADUS 



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Si Charles Hotel 



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hii newly erected slan: "LoU for tale; 
life iuuranoe poUoy with every lot." 

I — KY— 

I New York bad the wealthiest Chrlst- 
niai In thirteen yean, and the mall 
orhor bouaei report the biggest busl- 
noss o( their history. It is flKurcd that 
$250,000,000 waa spent on liulUlay bii - 
ing in this city, nearly twenty per cent, 
more than last yonr's expenditure. 
— NY— 

At last our projoctod National Then- 
It l.s to l/ci ome a reality. Articles of 
incorporation havb been filed for it, h.v 
Nicholas Murray lUitlor of Colunilile 
rnivoralty. David Belatco, playwright, 
producer and manRger; Otto H. Kahn, 
I»eb & Co , 1.ee Shuhcrt, Augustus 
Tlionins, and Wbltnoy Warren, the 
architect. In addition to Iho Inoorpor- 
alora, who are alao dirsctort, there are 
named thirty-four othora prominent In 
ibeatrieal and edueatlonal Unea, Cm 
of tba ebjaeu of tka tbaaUr will be t  
eaaourage the aatlMira tbrotigboui 
the eounlnr and M dNhiaU tkaae 
dnunalle eluba. TlMa% It la MM, will 
■mve Ida uM of oaa ar two Broadway 

ugoaaeoa la a laaaoa aa that thai* 
ittoye may be eaaa Ul MMlhr aMlM 

viiht'ut havlug 10 wall raan for taor 
ar attt tlwrarepatlaUia— H at. 

MOi'^f niii TE Aaipy. 

llarrtHaM. Ore., Oaa. aqre- 
■ary af Iha raatuui KtUfcea Meuaiali 
rtflN mm t* UdM tadajr wkMi lit 
iiadr •! Mft  k A. rarrMk MMkar'a 
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boon atrangled to death. 

abe husband and Jim Culver, a 
neighbor, both were aald to be missing. 
Wire communications are very poor, 
but authorities are making every ef- 
fort to learn additional details. 



Elkton. — C'lary Ueal, IS, \va.s instant- 
ly killed by the actldtntal ilitt liarye 
of Ills t;un while Uuntiug near here. 
I'iio Ki:u was discbarsedaa he attempt- 

lu fliiiib a fcMoe. 




to BAT 
BlITAUBAMT 

Facilll,' liiliel l \ \S liM', 

aXQUlAB DIMMJfiR 
SOUP 
Clioioe uf MMlH. 
Vv|(c tabli a oi;|ill Kiiiils, 
Di'Mierti I'jo W '    ( 'i  nm, 
Driiikai Coff^, I' - 'l '■ •'  , Milk. 
lAT ALL YOSOAN HOLD FOI 
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Grierson's Meat Market 

IBBERDBBW, OmO, 

Ail Kinds of Fresh and Cured 

MEAfS 

Lard and Sausage 

Cash For Uldcs. 



T. D- BADGLEY'S 

LEADING STORE 

AD£BD££N, OHIO. 
8boe% Babber Faatwoar 

Krantt, pound Co 

Com, can 10c 

Peaa, can lOe 

Tomatoee, can lOe 

Beane, pound So 

Bread, loaf Sc 

Hama, pound •....•^.••.••.•••.••.•.l9o 



0.8ANilO&NMILL 

Hay, Grain, Mill Food 
All Kinda of Produce 

Koofing, Salt, Cement, and Lime 
0. 8ANB0BN, 

Aberdaan, Ohto. 

G. 0. Gllif 

Economy 

Groce;yi 

Hardware aud Magic Saf 
Aberdeen, Ohio. 



$ATiS^A6TI0l 

M e think jvu wUl concede ^ 
there la a anperivrjty abont 
grade of li M'CWu( U not nsii 
i  '.iuii in otlier biaads of COFfBI 

One pound p»«ieti| troth 
and ileal oat 

A8h YOm GBOCEB 

The E. R. WEBSTER CO. K'd 

ESTABL18«£U OYKB 40 YEJ 
rae WebMtei^ OB&KGE PBSOt 





A PRACTICAL GIF; 
WIRE YOyjR HI 

Think of the cnjoymenta it wU brisf to you 
family: Juat a few arc: 

Mora aad boMor Ught for ororj room ia the 
thoie electric labor lavers which do away with ho^ 
drudf try. . Tba us« of tha nuuiy appUanoaa for food . 
rlfht at thd tiUo.. Tbd taiadUMW df "ddBYOBlaii 

Impoailblo to oobUbo tbo Ohriif fimda 
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Is as essential as confidence in | 
your doctor. When he ha^ pre- | 
scribed for you harry to us with g 
the prescription and we'll put it up I 
as quickly as the greatest accuracy | 



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Let Us Supply Your Needs 

Water Bottles Bandages 
Fountain Syringes Cotton 
Antiseptic Powders Gauze 

STOP THAT COUGH and COLD , 

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XOnUB OF glVATOB 

STJUan DBS AT u. 
WaBhingtoD, Dm. 29.— Mn. Amanda 
Owsley Stanley. 85  car» old, widow 
of liie Rev. Wililam Stanley, veteran 
Kontucky soldier and preacher, and 
mother ot Tnltod States Senator A. O 
Stanley, died at the home of her son 
here at 1;30 o'clock fhi- allornoon 
following a brief iUnes.s of pneumonia 



.Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hauck have rt^ 
turned to their home in Cincinnati af- 
ter spending the hoUdaya with Mr. and 
Mrs. Alvln Webster. 



lldsmobOe Wins By Comparison" 



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The Best Buy 

on the market— the Oldf 
nobik FiNir at |97St 

KEITH & KEITH 

MOTOR GAR CO. 




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BKEWERY CASES ARE 

PAssEojo iiywiuiy s 

CaiMs AKatait Kmp BaU ami Otkm 
CaUMI IB I«dafftaa Rltejr An 
Cntlaaed Tntn Ntxt FiMay. 

Laxiiigtoii, Ky^ Dm. 19.— Prelim- 
Inarr trial ot T. K. Ball, Oaorge B. 
Shiljr. Wttllam KalUi, BterlluK John- 
son and two nagroea. Joab Allen and 
loah MUea, arreatad on ekargea of 
violating the prohibition taw following 
the teisnro Wedneaday ot a brewing 
plant and aeTeral hundred botdea of 
alleged beer on South Limeatone 
street, was continued, when called by 
Commissioner Wlard this morning, 
until January 5th on account of thf 
Illness of B. F. Unlhonk, one of ihy 
raiding officers. 

Samples of the "homo brew" Hclzcd 
In the room where the plant wa.i lo- 
cated were analyzed at the Experiment 
Station and showed an alcoholic con- 
tent of fpom 3.5u to 3.80 per cent, fed- 
eraf p.uthorltlea said today. Samples 
ot a bottled beverage lelsed In a room 
over the rear of the Lexington Garage, 
which the proprietor said had been 
leased to William Kolth for a itorago 
room, ahowod only .69 to .63 per cent 
atoohol. oOeara said, ihla la .09 to .13 
per eont aboi* the legal limit ot 
one^urif ot one per eont 



Pvt U CMRtSTMAS 

• Into lomething tfiat will be a plaMore 

yon and the ENTIKE family— a j 

VICTROLA! 

A pleaaure -to you and yoon for yean to 



MUM. 



MIW nOOK-OOHP&n BMteD flTOOK 

Murphy's Jewelry Store 



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Ur. aad lira. Harmaa'TnMadala and 
baby spent Chrlataaa with raiatlvea 

at Rectorvllle. 

Rev. E. R Olascock will fill hta ap  
polntmcnt here Saturday and SundajT, 

IJecember 30 and 31. 

Miss Katherinc Foreman who In a 
student at Oxford. Ohio. Is spoiidlnR 
the holidays with her mother Mrs Will 
Davis. 

.Mry .1. F. .Morgan, ot .\|u]r8ville, 
spent t'hrlFtmaH With hat daoihtor, 
Mrs. II. .Morris. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Valentine spent 
christnias with their parents, Mr. and 
.\Irs. Fri'd King. Sr. 

Mist Omie Bean hat returned home 
after apeodtng several wCeka at Totea- 
boro. 

Mr. Oeear Crawford of thia place, 
ind MlM Bdrtb Ot:nll. «t Bridgeport, 
were married at Ma]ratnie.4)eeember 
IMh. 

Mlaa Velma Wearer la irislting her 
tiatar Mrs. Bddle Ring. 
Mrs. Rath Morris apent ChrUtmaa 

with her parents at Rectorvllle. 

MBS. A. T. HBBT U KABED 

WOXBira 8TATB LBABEB. 

L,ouIsvHle, Ky . Dec. IS — .Mrs. A. T. 
Hert, of LAulsville, was named chair- 
mtn of the Rapnblleaa atate woaen^i 
organitatloa and eoataau tor partjr 
eontrol In two eonntiaa were acted on 
br the Republican atate eentral com- 
mittee at a meeting here thia after- 
noon. 



Mr. and Mrs. Albert YUell, of 
Champaign, 111., have returned home 
after a several weeks visit with rela 
tltres In this riiy 



The Public Ledger will he Itaued aa 
uinal on New Year'a Day. 



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WANTBD— Man with dar to aoll gnar- 
antaod cord tlNa. Will arrange aai-j 
ary and wpeaaa with right i 
Cord-O-Vaa Rnbbor Co. 1106 Soot 
Michigan Ave.. Chicago. lU. 



on UTD ALL 
FOB THI SPLKMDID PAXBONACtt 



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ileison Building 



LKkn tO DBATH FKOM 

WDDOW OF HOTEL. 

Detroit, Dec W^amcg Cunliffe, 24. 
Richmond HUlt, N. T., a drag tales- 
man, lumped to death from a window 
of a room M the aixlh door of the 
Hotel Toner early today. He came 
bert to attend a meeting ot ompkqreet 
of the N^l eompaajr, manntactorlng 
phannaeiata. Why Culifia committed 
snieido haa not booa aacertalned by 
the pollea. Shortly before he jumped, 
Cunliffe telephoned to poliee head- 
quarters aaklng tor help. 
1 am batef framed," he egelaime*. 



coma mm99L mabd 



MOMDAT. 



Tin ISuoa Oonnty Board ot lilnea- 
tion will bold ita regular mtathly 
meetiag at the oAce ot the Oonnty 
Buparlntendant at the court house on 
Mbnday. Ooniiderable buslneM of 
imporunca la to ha baCnra the board 
at thia meetiag. 

(WMUP omsivB. 

U. U. OhwA. no Um. Dr, B. 
A. miU, OWfiat Sopt. of Indiana dia- 
Mat, win pnaah Mr « at U o'elotk 
lUf, Db B. Hiafc- 



RER il OLL RTILL HAFE. 

llcrlln, Dec. 39.—  :roTer Cleveland 
Bergdoll, American draft evader, baa 
iioi left Germany, according to ad- 
vices from Eberbach today. A dlapateh 
said he spent Christmas there. 

It had been reported In the United 
States that Bergdoll was en voate to 
America aboard a steamer which will 
dock shortly at a Pacific port 



CITT SCHOOL TO OPEN 

/ 09 WEDXESDAY XOBBnO. 

The .Ma Kvni." riiy schools Will re- 
sumu regular work Wednesday morn- 
ing after th« Christmas and New 
Year's holidays. Schools in the county 
will resume regnlar work Tniaday 
morning. 



"rtr.r 8«rTlr»— Kfllnleacy 



BSBAg UP COLDS 

Oct a boK ot BULOARIAN HBRB 
TBA. FhMk tho pelaeaa from the 
howota. Hot Madlelaal Tea atimalatee 
and retrethes yoar ayglim. IhlN B 
hot t o help k lU eelda. BpM hr inf 
glem afory whereu 



rOE RENT 

POH RE.NT ~ Two oHIco rooms 
second floor of Woolworth bulldlnd 
Apply to Fred Cabllsh. 27Dec6t| 



FOR RK.VT — Two story rcaldend 
Bridge and l.liidHay utriH-tH; gs 
water, steam heat, toilet upslaU 
and dpw'n. Well appointed for t] 
tiata. /Apply to Prank P. O'Oonof 



rOR 



OR SAUB — IMvr-ro 
halh. hot and cold 
gaayiaqniro 1664 Biat Second i 



IDH 'RENT— Six room Cottage 
hot and cold water. A real 
J. M. OoUhM. ITOci 



placl 



i^n^^ 

LOST— Early Friday afternoon i 
age. approslmataly |6 wort 
cent postage stamps, betwe 
Sixth atreet and Suiter Al 
worth'i oOee. Finder will] 
■oUfr tha ahova firm or'tha 
OOea. til 



Start the New Yi 

Eat 
Traxel's 
Bread 



Pastime Tod 



A JAOK LOmOV IfOIV 



PiTDtiis gf tlie Dei 



JA0B mnsAiA 



AMlia Uaakmcro and Mn. Sallte 
Mae WalCi waa nmrried Wadacaday 
ofaolat la Pr o m 6i atraal kf Bar. a 

It Hickman. 

Mrs. Dave Hall of Huntington, Ih 
visiting her mother, Mrs. Ilaltle Smith 
who hof been III for ili.' iinst few days 
St her roaldenci' In ICast ICnd 

All members of Ihu old snil new 
eieoutlve board of the N. A. A. C. P. 
are rwjuaeted to moet Sunday, De- 
cember list, at 4 a'oloek at Bra. Ilrax- 
ioa.MMt—t IWIfi 




AT OPERA HOUSE , . 

Red Hot Romance 



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Public ledger (Maysville, Ky.), 1922-12-30

4 pages, edition 01

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