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I.This li the Timo and This
tho Place for Genuine
All Fall and Winter
Suits sold at big dis
count for cash, lie
sure and bring your
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Forenost Clothiers.
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and Mrs. Clem Storcr of the
jt Wells of
aro . tho guests of Mrs. W. E.
East Second street.
Mrs. Walter Swisher and little daugh-
P'-tor, PhyMs Muriel, havo returned homo
. , iiiicr n visit to iurs. xi. a., iuorgau, in
. Mr. James Harvey Salleo of Coving
ton, a talented embryo attorney and at:
ox-Mayavillo man, has been hro the
past week visiting his many friends.
Mr. John It. Morford of Covington,
,' Tvho has been visiting his daughter,
Mrs. J. II. Eichardson for sover.il days,
loft yesterday for a visit with rola-
;.;-tivos at Lexington, Ky.
1 Mr. C. S. Kirk, Secretary and Mr. C.
;N. Bolin&or, a director of the Maysvillo
'-, Syrup Co., left Saturday for Salisbury,
JN, Cy to attend a moctiug of the Mint
f:i Co., there this week. '
'. and Mr;' Guorgo Smith of Lan
der, Ky., ai( here on a visit to tho
vinttcr's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
IDarnall of East Second street. Mr.
rSmith is assistant oditor of Tho Con
ftral Record at Lancaster, and his wife
was formerly Miss Florcnco Darnall,
f sister of Mrs. Sallio Baldwin.
FAIR TODAY AND WEDNESDAY;
VFIVE DOLLABS A DAY AS MINI
Detroit, Mich. Henry Ford, the auto
mobile manufacturer, has decided to pay
every man over 22 years old in his fac
tories not less than five dollars a day
and to provide farm work for them
when factory work is slack.
-' FIVE ABE WHIPPED IN
Wilmington, Del. With a strong
north wind blowing rdin on their bare
backs, five men, one white, nnd four
negroes, were lashed with tho cat-o-nino
tails in tho workhouse stockade. The
whippings woro witnessed by 20 citi
zens, who braved tho cold wind bundled
up in furs.
FLORIDA ORANGE CHOP
(Georgotown (O.) News-Democrat.)
Mr. M. Henderson, of Jefferson town
(' ship, was in town last Saturday and
',' paid this office a call. He says a let
' teVlom his brother, who is spending
' tthT Winter nt Port Orange, Florida,
states that no rain to speak of has fal
len thoro since last April and leaves on
trees are drying up. The orango crop
is suffering greatly. Temperature bo-'
tweon 60 and 70 in tho shndo.
FARM AND STOCK NOTES.
Marcus A. Prewltt, of Montgomery
County, has purchased from Clark
'County parties 185 hogs,, of good
weigut, at $6.(50 per hundred.
Lfetton Vimont, of Mlllersburg bought
. .a young Oakland of Noble bull from the
-MElmftndorf Stock Farm, in Fayette
:JfCounly, this wcok, at a fancy price.
., MAC. Sweenoy, who resides on the
nrnuof Mrs. T. H. Tarr, near Paris,
CUllivuicu au acres ui. tuunccu during
913 mat yielded a total or io,iuu lbs.
urouyut iuu uiuguiucuut tuiu ui
2i071.54, or moro than $200 per aero
mYou, Fellers, Orvilio Wright Announces
'Complotloa of Fool Proof Flyer
OrvJllo Wright, one of tho fumous
tWright brothers, inventors of tho
aeroplane, is recolvlng tho congratula-
, of scientists and Inventors from
I. over the world for his latest inron-
ujjnls automatic stabilizer for aoro-
flights with tho new attach-
8,niaehlno, demonstrating Us
NEW CITY COUNCIL
First Session of the New
Year Opened With a Pyro
technic Display of Ora- .
When Mayor Leo called tho uow City
Council to order last evening at tho
ononlnjr session of tho now year nil
mombcrs woro present.
Following reports woro rocclvod:
Collected for license $12.25
Pollco Judgo'B Roport.
Pines assessed $197.00
Tudgo 'a costs 104.40
Chief of Police, cost assessed.., .10.00
Jail fees 52.80
Fines worked out $204.30
Fines working out 51.00
Finos paid and cost 123.40
Finos escaped G.50
Alms and Alms House $450.25
Internal improvement 833.57
Firo Department 510.82
Boarding nnd guarding city
Gas nnd electricity "40.9"
Mission Homo y 25.00
Greenwood Library CS.15
Thcso reports and various other re
ports wero received and by tliis timo the
Council Chamber was full of spectators
evidently .expecting something.
Tho reading of tho minutes proceeded
smoothly until it came to the ordinance
creating a new fireman. Uneasiness
was displayed by several of the Coun
oilmen. A call was mado for tho City
Attorney for his interpretation of tho
legality of tho ordinance. Tho call re
vealed tho fact that the City Attorney
was not present, and tho Mayor seat a
policeman to hunt him up. Whilo the
policeman was gono tho minutes were
put for approval. He.e the fun began.
Councilman Crowell nnd Enston seem
to think the ordinance not legal. Yea
and Nny vote taken. Thoso voting Yea:
Arn, Everett, Foster, Greenlee, lion
drickson nnd Keith. Nay: Cullon,
Crowell, Easton, Fleming, tinutluy and
lluusicker. Tho Mayor cast tho decid
ing vote in tho nflirmntivo. Council
man Easton filed nn objection to the
minutes as read.
From this on every important meas
ure that enmo to a voto stood as the
first vote, His Honor, the Mayor de
ciding. Bonds of difforcnt olllccrs rend and
Kesignation of the IKjalth Board
caused the election of ,n now Health
Board, resulting in Messrs. Frank H.
Clark, William Dern and Venter Dry-
den as tho new Board,
Councilman Hendrickson brought bo
foro the Council the proposition of the
Maysvillo Telephone Company to in
stall a Polico alarm and signal system.
Motion carried on yen and nny vote.
Mayor deciding. lie nlso said Mays
villo needod a patrol wagon. Again the
motion carried by nny nnd yea vote.
Mayor deciding. Messrs. Hendrickson,
Foster and EaBton appointed commit
tee to investigate cost of same.
Other minor matters enmo up and
among them which is important was a
resolution for n permanent homo for the
Firo Department. This is to bo gono
into moro fully at tho next meeting.
Building permits wero granted to tho
A. C. James to orect a frame shod to
his stablo on East Fourth street, Fourth
Central Warchouso Company framo
stablo on Poplar street.
Mrs. Val Mitcholl, ono story, three
room, irnmo houso on vine streot.
J, C. Simons, one-story frame build
ing, composition roof, 00x208, Third and
LIMELIOHT COUPLE DIVOEOED.
Frioda Coellts O'Connoll was granted
a divorce from Attorney Jl'obort
O'Connoll in Cincinnati Monday, It
was hold that tbo evidence was con
clusive that thoy woro tbc couple mar
ried in this city March 4, 1913, undor
tho names of llobort Koohlor and Helen
M. Smith. Tho divorce was granted on
tho ground that O'Connoll had failed
to provide for his wife and placed hor
in a dubious position by donying tho
rAlTHTUL OFFICIALS STEP
By tho turn of tho political whool
tho following faithful public officials
step down ami tmi'k into the ranks of
Sheriff W. II. Mackoy.
Chief of Polico Harry A. Ort.
Colloctor nnd Treasurer J." W. Fltz
gofald. City Clork W. J. Klrwln.
All of thorn havo mndo records of
which they should bo proud, and aro
succeeded by tho following:
' SliorinV-John if. Clark. ".
Is the Target
Aim to mnko that strong nnd digestion good nnd you
will keep well I No chain In stronger than its weakest
link. No man Is stronger than his stomach. With
stomach disordered n train of diseases follow.
pr.Ficrco's Golden Medical Discovery
nuifcct tho etomacli hmttthy, the liver nctlve onil the blood miro. Mads from
forest root, and extrncud without tlio ua of alcohol. Sofilly druBrcrlita, In
liquid form at $1.00 jxr bottlo for over 40 years, aivlnjr general satisfaction.
U yea prefer tablets am modtOod by II. V. Plorce, BI. I.. these caa be
bad of medicine dealers or trial box
Tho Ladles' Aid Socioty of tho Third
Street M. E. Church will moot tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mr3. B.
P. McClnnahnn in West Second stroet,
A full ntteiulanco of tho membership is
MKS. J. II. RICIIAllDSON. Tres.
MK8. W. E. STALLCUP, See.
COW LOCATES GOLD WATCH.
(Georgotown (O.) Nows-Dcmofrnt.)
Adam lionize, who recently purchas
ed what is known as tho Wm. Hauck
fnrm on South Whito Oak crook, found
nn 18-jowclod gold wntch one day last
wcok in a peculiar manner.' Wkllo
driving a cow past tho foundation of an
old building she scooped tho time piece
out with nor feet. It was found to bo
in good condition, and bears the dnte
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens lOo
Hens and springers lie
Old roosters Co.
Cincinnati, January 5. Hog receipts
5518, steady and slow; 15 cents higher;
packers, $$.35S.45-; common sows, $5
7.0; pigs and lights, $6S.35; stags
$4.507.25. Cattle receipts 1738, strong;
steers, $4.75S.15; heifers, $4.757.75;
cows, $30.25; calves strong, $611.50.
Sheep receipts 3,811, steady $2.504.35,
lambs steady; $(iS.25.
Eggs firm, printo firsts 32Hi; firsts, 30
31c; seconds, 2"e; poultry easy,
springers 14c; hens, 13c; turkeys 17c.
Wheat 9899c; corn firm, OjO'c;
oats 411(!42c; ry0 6465c.
lMi! lids! Itch!
Constant Itch. Intolerable agony.
A few drops of a mllil. Blmple. wash
Instant relief all nkln distress
D. D. D. Prescription (or Eczema
Bounds too good to be true? Wo
The first full alio bottle free If D.D.D.
cannot reach your case. For your
comfort's sake, It Is worth a trial.
Coino In and let uh tell you about It.
Also about V.V.V, Soap U helps.
J. Jas. Wood & bon, Oruooists.
I ' PA '! 1. 1. . Hi .
Day Phone 200.
Nirjht Phono 335.
The market is considerable stronger and the
general average higher since the holidays.,
Tobacco has brought more this week than at
any time since the market opened. We keep
an accurate record and know. YOU WILL DO
BEST BY SELLING ON THE MARKET. Don't
wait until the weather is bad and the market
over-crowdecl. Come on with what you have
ready and you will go home satisfied. Wc
want the grower to get the high dollar and be
lieve the time has arrived to sell Take it to the
Sold at Home December, 1912,
Sold it Home December, 1913,
Increase 1913 Over 1912, . . 301,295 Pounds
M' LA- AL i fif -
inairii .run vrxrtm iiniir
.MITBM I 111 W1 la-g" 1 ,i . ,-, . '
fcy nuJlon receipt of OOc la stamps.
NOTICE TO SUNDAY SOHOOL
A meeting of tho officers of the Mas
on County, Maysvillo Association, will
bo held Thursday night nftor prayor
meeting at tho First Presbyterian
MISS MARY WILSON, Sec.
Two Cans Tree Ripened jjj
h ni!f ii r- r
ouiiiurma ieuow tree
jj stone Peaches in Halves
at the Low Price of Two j
j Cans for 25c,Cash Price, z
Head Lettuce, Ourley
Lettuco and Hwcet Po
tatoes, Oranges, Ap
ples and Grape Fruit,
J. C. Cablish & Bro.
X MASONIC TEMPLE GROCERS $
Tho kind you pay 25c and 35c for. Spe
cinl assortment of five groBS of these extra
fir-o Kruphe while they kst at a spocinl price
CHENOWLTH DRUG CO., Inc.
sell their tobacco.
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I Christmas Club
Will start on the
same basis as the
mem b ers who
joined last week by
making the back
paym e n t s. The
sooner you join, the
less back payments
you will have to
L f U J ftU I (ftI ns uadtngt . " mil
Wanted," "tkitt" and "Found," and not ercMdlrtj
nrce lliiet In length, art I'SKX to alt.
Wd nulBM AitTirtlripnU tnrtcl
XT anrStfiftatt to torn M flrit ttmt, we fnvtte a
many repetition at are neeuiairfto tecure what yru
Miertltt for. -We with aavrrilteri to fetl that tt
renctlrnjtoilngcn ui buming our pee cvtumm,
KWAdttrttiert iivarr furnlsfi eopy, wnteti tan bt
left at 0t qglee r tent bff mult.
rns prrnt,:a lkdqer.
.Ko. 10 HattThXra Street.
WANTED To buy gas cooking stove,
Phono Dunbar & Hughes' Produce
WANTED Situation by a young lady
(whito) ago 18 years, whore they pay
good wages. Apply immedlataly at
317 Cherry streot, ilaysrillo, Ky.
SALESMEN TANTHD $r5.0 per
montk and all expenses ts begin. Bx
pcrioacs not aWlnUly necessary.
Tako orders from dealers fr Cigr
ottos; Olgars; Si. all; Smoking and
Chewing tobaccos. PBNN COM
PANY, Station O, New Tork. 2m.-418
l'OU KENT J room cottages and C
room flats, now, neat, sanitary, gas,
bath, toilet, hot and cold water, ono
floor, the nemo of economy, comfort
and convenience. Excollont location,
Fourth and Plum streets. J. M,
FOR SALE Well improved farm of 00
acres with never failing water, situat
ed on Kennedy's Creek. For partic
ulars sco JNO. COUQIILIN, Hill City
Pike, or John Jarvis on promises. Sltf
FOR SALE Best donee, seven large
rooms, two halls, modern equipped
bath room, two porches, gas, water,
electric lights, all in model repair, lot
OS f t.f ront, ovor 300 doep, good stablo
and other out buildings. T. O. Oil
more, 813 East Second street. In
spection after January S. decSKMf
i ii-i ji'-im , i in.r i. 1 "i i i i j i .i
LOST Ladies tan kid glovo between
O. L. Wood's Front street homo and
Lovcl's grocery. Pleaso return to
Mrs. James II. Hall and oblige.
LOST Fivo dollar bill Saturday, some
whoro on tho stroet botwoon L. & N.
depot nnd Central Prcsbytorian
Church. Reward if returned to B, W.
Blackwell, 215 Bridgo street.
LOST Child's gold bracelet by Ado
laido Davidson on New Ycai't day.
Finder ploase return to Ledgor offlco
and receive roward.
LOST Silver cuff button, with initial
0" engraved on same. Ploaso re
turn to Robert Owens, 19' West Third
stroet nnd oblige 2-Ct
LOST A memorandum book at or naar
Scott's Chapel. Tho name, J. E. Wood,
writton in it. Tho finder may keep
mony if be will return to owner book
with papers and cards.
LOST Brass door koy. Ploaso return
to Mrs. J. M. Biloy, West Tbird St
LOST One lnrgw invalid chair. Pleaso
roturn to Mrs. Roberta II. Berkley in
East Second stroet.
LOST Black Marabou muff. Sultablv
roward will bo paid it returaed to
311 Market stroet (
LOST Black and tan ftmal fox hound
3 years old, 22 inch ji high. My
name on collar whsn ,1osi, D. Cii.
Good reward. X. O. Orlpiby, Tollw.
boro, Ky. i p
LOST Sonday aftifadoa gold'brfosk,
light jpsen and whits atoms. 0 r
rings linked. ItstuAn to M0 ' mj
stono strsot and roaetr rsward. (.
LOST Brown muff on Seeontt
between Sutton and Market)
Market batwoeti Third and
If found return Ao Mrs. Jos Q
474 West Tkirdstrest and &;
LOST A pa
I ggg g
i i - i y
t 3 $
ad. j H;
tori, li i
k ttt g4M iubls- j M'
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at T-ircr:T tou
obort lOnKthS Of all kinds
6o buys yarcNwlde Bleached Muslin, worh 8Kc.
8o buys choice of a lot ol Drees Ginghams, worth 10c and
Dross Goods of all kinds at greatlv reduced price.
The modish narrow skirts mako it possible for you to have
several dresses for the price of a slngo ready-to-wear dress,
Laces and Trimmings of all kinds very cheap,
A few room-size Brussels Rugs only $10, a rare bargain.
Odd pairs Curtains and short length Curtain Goods cheap.
ROBERT L. HQEFUCH
m 211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
To Close Out the
Of Gas Heaters
In town at cost. If
you want stoves at
your own price come
in and see them.
Maysvillo Natural Gas and
r CHARLES SHORT.
116 Sutton Street.
Make excellent gifts; good tbo year
round for motoring, home, traveling
PERFUME8 In attractive holiday
boxes are always good; just the thing
to fill in when you are at a loss for
something to give.
8TATIONEKV In holly nnd pic
ture top boxes, Prices from 25o to $2.
Also a full lino of Calendars, Xmas
Booklets and Cards.
. 19 60 , V
H. S ELLIS, Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Schedule eBeatlve Nsv.
St.lBlS. Subject to obtng?
ITRAINS LEAYK MATSVILLE, KY
f.sa . m., B:ti a.m.,
1:13 p. nJid&lly.
6:30 a.m., S:lfi a. m
M:fjp. m., S:'S p. m.,
0:iB. m B:t' p.m.,
l.Vt p. i,,we8lc-dajl.
W. XV. WIKOFF. Aeent
The distinguishing air
.1 mm ! . mmmm
' l ii i
tV$jt th MrgrkB
c atf '
ilectric bign gives to a store is tne eie
hich gives a sign its greatest value as an
tising medium and
ion it makes is good. It blazes forth to
ublic that there is
handise and methods up-to-date. It af-
the entire atmosphere of the business
rict. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
publishes it abroad.
It is the Sign of the
ft wwr a ht
we Are Wow Keady toi
Give You Our Service !
To us Bervico means this: To soil only
tho best merchandise to bo had; to givo
what you waut when you waut it; to
gladly refund your money if we fail to
satisfy you. Try a Hart, Schaffoor &
Marx Suit and Overcoat for the. price
yon usually pay for the inferior kind.
Our stock of Shoos, Hats, Shirts and all
tho little accessories aro solcctod with
great care. Como in and tost us out;
it's worth whilo.
J. WESLEY LEE,
m tIDD CLOTHES MAN,
at cruntlv rnriiWA nrlno
And bo are the contents.
You ill find our Ryo Whis
kyas well as the rest of our
liquors fully bear ou all
our claims of excellence,
mildnens, pufity and fine
flavor. It is tn bet Whisky
distilled for positive purity
and healtbfulness. It causes
no headaches, no bad after
effects. Try a bottle and you
will bo convinced of its great
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY
flnlt4, FlntNntlounl IlnnU naJMlu.
ima yivii.l,k. irr.
Local and Lonft I Office No. 665.
Dlitanoe PhoneJ Keiltfenoe No. 117.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable -
of quality which a first-
investment. The im-
Secewi ami Market Strasta.
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the, tobacco prices, -fyted&F
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