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On the lakejor going
through the cool air in
S 'a Ford thesis autumn
days-makes olie long for
a good, warm Macki
inw. Even if you are
not long orijthe change,
why you will fare' well
if you buy of Maysville's
We know,. for we
- sell them.
Geo. H. Frkk & Co,
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
ALLIES FORCE GERMANS
. Par.H, Nov. 13.J-l'rom tlio Lys to the
Soa tlio battle of I'landera wns carried
"to tho Germans today, tlio French,
Jirithh .and Beljgiaus having resumed
tho offensive ntf soveral points as soon
us tho energy I of tho German eliort
gavo signs of ijeing spent.
Ypres Was Who center of tho most
"- An nggrcgno gaiu of nearly four
miles wns inn Me by the allies' attack
ENGLAND MOBILIZING TWO MIL-
London, ov. 13. Parliament will
piobably be) asked next Tuesday to
Sanction thJ- raising of 1,000,000 ad
ditional troolns and a war loan of $1,000,-
J)00,000, or more, probably at four per
.cent, redeeii table in ten years. The gov
' eminent nil ay also proposo to raise a
further $(-2o0,000,000 by increasing
various fertns of taxation. The addi
tional tro'ops would g'no Great Britain
aji army (of 2,000,000 men in tho field.
The Portsmouth Star says Mrs. Mary
Bruco isi dying at St. Paul, Ky., from
blood po'jNoning caused by wearing new
POPTJIkAR COUPLE ENTERTAINED.
An i enjoyable surpriso party wa-s
" given to Miss Mittio and Mr. Leonard
Kylo ' Thursday evening by Miss Iva
. Garpe titer. A pleasant timo was en-
', joyed by cveryono and deliciouz re
fresh nients were served.
, K.entucky and West Virginia Pair
nn.i colder Saturday; ounday fair.
)hio, Indiana and Western Pennsyl
vania Fair Saturday and Sunday
AYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
' Following aro this morning's quota
(tons on country produco, telephoned at
1 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old HeiH lie
Old Roosters 7c
Fat Ducks 10c
Rabbits . $1.50 do.
Cincinnati, Nov. 13. Wheat steady,
.$1.12V.1.13; corn easy, 75Vj"'-;
oats steady, 4S40V6J rye firm, $1.01
Hog receipts 1,700; market higher;
packers and butchers, 18.lOtU5'; comi
mon to choice, $5.507.50; pigs and
liahts. 3(a)7.75: stasis. $50.50.
1 Cattlo rcccpits 100; ninrkt steady; J
Calves liigner, sfi(n)ii:.,.).
Sheep Tcceipts 200; market strong;
jf.:,j.33; Inmbs strong, )f(!.2j.S.0O.
Butter flrmj eggs firm pruno hrst,
34c; firsts, 24.12M..c; seconds. 22c;
poultry firm, lions, 131Vjc: fprlng
org, 1415c; turkovs l.'c.
m m'p rnnno cmn iu crDTETUDCDI
i.ao runuo oui.u in oLriLmuLnj
Tho Fprd Motor Co., announces that In tho month of
Septomber thero were sold and delivered 21,076 Ford cars.
This was a gain of 11,470 cars over September 1013. ihls
is significant not only becauso It shows that tho Fprd
production Is rapidly being Increased to moet the Stu
pendous Influx of orders, but also because It demonstrates
that the Ford Motor Company Is maintaining tho 300,000
car-schcdulo necessary to give Ford purchasers betyreon
August lBt, 1914 and August 1st, 1015, a share of Ford
Wo havo Just received a car-load of the now 1015
models, and can give you immediate dollyery, Chore's
nothing to gain by waiting, so order now and enjoy your
car this fall and wlntor.
CENTUL GABAGE CO,, 112-116 Marktt St.
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Proaching 2:30 p. m.
A. P. 1T3IT8.
Washington Proabytorlan Church.
Hogular services Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock. All inado wolcomo. Comol
Tho Tastors' Association will meet
on Monday morning nt I) o'clock in
the Baptist church. A paper will be
read by tho Hov. Mr. Campbell. This
meeting will last for one hour. Let nil
Torcst Avouuo M. E. Church.
Sunday School at .:.U) a. in. G. N.
Preaching at 10:15 a. m., and 7 p. ni.,
by tho pastor.
Braver meeting Wednesday 7 p. m.
A. -r. PELTS, Pastor.
First Presbyterian Ohurcli
Preaching by pastor at 10:45 n. m.,
nnd 7 p. m.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. ra.
Christian Endeavor at 0:15 p. m.
All invited to all services.
J. BARBOUK, Pastor.
First Baptist Church.
Preaching 10: 15 a. in. and 7 p. m
Sunday school !!30 a. m. B. 11.
B. Y. 1VU., 0 p. m. Subject: 'jThe
Pastor Preacher," led by tho p.itor.
A.welconie is extended to nil.
Central Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni. J. B.
Ji caching at 10:45 a. in. and 7 p, ni
Christian Endeavor at 0:15 p. lu.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. m.
Good music. Everybody cordially n
vited. R. L. BENN, Pastor.
Church of the Nativity.
Sunday School 0:30 a. in
.Mi'i-uing Pruyor JO: 15 a in
K oning Service 7 p. in.
All seats frco at all services.
Strangers aro particularly welcome.
It is your churuh as much as ours, be
C.liKc it is tho House of God.
JAMES II. FIELDING,
'Uiblo School at 9:30 with
ICnckley superintending. Tlio AVony
ins' class will bo taught by Ed My
all. A large mens' class is also ov
pected as Carlisle is now 42 points
ahead. Wo request tlio regular at
tendance of all the scholars in evefy
Tlio morning church service lat
10:15. The older inenibers aro aslJed
to use their home nnd neighborly lin
lluence in getting tho younger ulomfjut
of the church nienihershlp to attjud
tho cnminunion service. Tho Endea
or serico at C p. in. Eunice Kjiox
hndor. Evening church servjeo a.l 7.
A cordial imitation is extended to! all.
A. F. STAII'L.
Third Streot M. E. Church
Qiruterly meeting services tomorrow,
Hev. J. O,-Dover, district superintend
ent, will preach at lOM.l a. in. nmj 7 p.
in.. Communion of our Lord's Supper
at the morning service.
Sunday school at 0:30 a. in. 'I. M.
Epworth League service at 6:1$ Sub
ject: "Tho Cull to lloroic Service.''
Leader, J. H. Richardson. Mr, Muse
and Miss Tist will sing nt this Aorvice.
Tlio business session of the! First
Quarterly Conference will bo hphl this
evening at tho church, beginning at, 7
o'clock. The, olllcial members ure
urged to be present. j
Everyone invited to worship ( with
uK at all these sorices.
J. M. LITERAL, Pastor.
Miss Anna McDouglo vasnt Felnv
uigsburg Wednesday vititinij her a.mt
and uncle, Mr, and Mrs. If. B. Cusii
P fi a-
Tho story oil! evejy itlt 1 a ifory
of growth anu change
A chnngo tio gradual and subtle for
oven tho watfchful eyo of a mother to
dotoct, or for memory to recall.
Only in pictures enn tho story to told,
and a recorll of tho childish features
nnd expressions kopt for all time'
A good photograph now and then,
will mean 'everything to you and to
them, in nl'tcr years. t
Tho! Phbtographor In Your Town.
Rabbits aro dying of diphtheria by
the thousands in Indiana.
Brown county, Ohio, gavo n decided
majority, of one for prohibition.
THE HQllSE OF QUALITY. 5 CENTS-
4-BIG REELS TODAY 4.
ONLY TWO KENTUCKY COUNTIES
ilAVE CATTLE DISEASE.
IiOiisille, Nov. 13. No new cases of
foot iind mouth disease in Kontucky
have 'been discovered, and nil roporta of
its oicistence outside of Bullitt and
lletny counties, are discredited.
I NO HUNTING ..iDAY.
The Kentucky Statutes, Section 1323,
provides a fine against any person en
gaged in hunting on the Sabbath. The
leivitin reterred to reads ns toiiows:
"If aiij- person shall hunt game with
a (.fun or dogs on tho Sabbath ho shall
be lined uot less than f"5 nor more than
f'.jrt' fr each offense."
tobacco buying starts in rob
ertson; (Mt. Olivet Tribune.)
The tobacco trado has opened in
tfhis county. O. D. Asbnry has bought
tho crop of John 1'oe, raised on the
If arm of Mrs. Anna Hell, at 10c; the
jvrop of Joseph Workman, raised on
itho farm of Mrs. Ella Asbury, at 1-V,
and the crop of N. II. Anderson, price
I I ! ! ! I ! l H -l" ! I ! I
.J. IN OLD KENTUCKY .J.
(Howling Green Messenger)
Tho attention of tho fanners is
being turned now to new wheat, and
the fall season has been just right for
sowing. There will bo a largely in
ei eased acreage in wheat.
Owen county Democrats will i egret
to loam of tho defeat of our former
townsman, J. 11. Westover, for Count
Attorney of Yuma county, Aiiona.
-OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Baptist Young Peoples' Union will
meet Sunday opening at 0 p. m. to 7:30
p. ni. Everyone is iuited to come.
Subject for discussion: "Chr'stinii
Growth," John 15:1-10; 2 Peter 3: 18.
There will be other things on t!u pro
gram that will lio interesting.
SundaySotviccs at Scolt M. E. Church.
!) aim. Sunday school.
10:30 a. in. Sermon by pastor. Sub
ject: "Salvation by Grace."
5 p. in. Cantata practice.
0:30 p. m. Epworth Lcaguo. Topic:
"The Call to Heroic. Service, "La. fl:
7:30 p. m. Sermon by pastor, S b:
jcet: "A Plnco Bettor Than lloavou."
L. M. HAGOOD, Pastor.
Awaits the individual
whose physical and men
tal powers fit him to grasp
Right food plays a big
made of prime wheat
and malted barley, con
tains in correct propor
tions the elements neces
sary for building strong
bodies and keen bra.ns.
This delicious food is
long baked easily di
gested and nourishing
A daily ration of Grape
Nuts along with other
food Is good for ambi
JJUA?a fILK lUJOOg
Woodland, Cab Champon Tilllo
Aleafrtra, a Woodland cow, has sot a
new record for milk production in ox
cess of 30,000 pounds in a year.
Tilllo Alcartra is a five-year-old Hoi-stein-Frlosan.
Qho set a now record
last year, surpassing by a few pounds
tho 20,fini:-pound mnrk mndo by a Mas
THE HUNTING SEASON OPENS
Tho gamo warden rccontly nnnounccd
tho following ns tho schedulo of hunt
ing da,tos: Jtabblts from September
15th to November 15thj squirrel, No
vember 15th to February 1st, and from
"Juno 15th to September 15th; quail,
November 15th to January 1st; grouse,
November 15th to January 1st;
turkey, September 1st to February Istf
dove, August 1st to February 1st; deer,
September 1st to March 1st; wild duck
and wild geese, August 15th to April
"The Masked Wrestler"
Mr, V. C. McCarahan of "The State
of Lewis," is hero on a visit to his
daughter, Mrs. J. P. Nash.
BOY BUBNS FATHER'S BARN AND
(Mt. Olivet Advanco)
Tuesday whilo his aged grandmother
was preparing dinner tho 5-year-old
sen of Mr. William Stitt of near Al
hambra got hold of somo matches at
tho house and went out to tho barn to
play. Our readers can almost guess
the rest. Soon afterward somo inflam
able material was ablno and the boy
was uuablo to extinguish it.
Tho barn and contents were rapidly
consumed. Mr. Stitt 's crop of tobacco,
two horses, buggy, wagon, plows and
other farm machinery were a total loss.
Tho father ami mother of the boy
were away from the house at the time.
.J. FIFTY YEARS AGO IN .J.
.J. CINCINNATI. :
J (Commercial Tribune) $
.J. (November 13, 1804) &
tj j j J J !!' J ! J I J J
The commanding ofliccr at o East
I'ront street advertises for 1,000 men
for gunboat service. The list includes
eVery class of labor.
The Indianapolis .v Cincinnati Kail
road announced it has shortened its
time one hour between Cincinnati and
Chicago and'St. Louis.
Large numbers of robe! desorters
from as Xar Sotfth as Georgia aro
Hocking to tho city. "If this thing keeps
up they will prove a heavy burden,
says Tho Commercial.
Major General Hooker has returned
fiom Toledo, whero he spent several
days inspecting the rivor and h.irbor.
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.J. JTMALLENITES .J.
Tho foot and mouth dlscaso is bad
enough, but just supposo Br 'or Kabbit
gets the itch.
Tho dispatches announce that Am
ericans uro safe in Turkey. Turkoy
will bo safo in the Americans on
Prom careful and constant- reading
of tho European war reports wo aro
convinced that both sides aro thor
oughly lickod every day.
With tho appearance of the foot and
mouth discaso the faet is again emplia
siod that Hfo is just ono d-d-d well,
just one thing ufjer another.
Com in tho crib, fat on the rib, tur
key in tho tree waiting for me, pump
kin in tho pio catches- my eyo, tobacco
on tho floor ain't gwluo to worry no
An orator nt Danvillo doclared that
nearly evory man Ju that villago was
a D. D. Doctor of Divinity, Deaf and
Dumb, or Drunk and Disorderly. Dry
In an address at Kansas City Judge
Hammonds of Iowa declared that
"moving day" was responsible for
many divorces and much vice It has
nothing on "houso-eleauing day."
Tho hunting season boglus Suuday.
Very few birds in Harrison couuty
this season. What a pity all hunting
cannot bo susponded for Ave years and
givo tho bjrils n chanco.
Ho a sport. Buy a bale of cotton
to help tho planter. Huy a balo of
tobacco to holp tho growers, Buy a
balo of advertising and subscriptions
to holp tho nowspapors. Huy a balo
of hay to liclu tho horse.
Tha Ploiplingsburg Tdmcs-Democrat,
Mr. II, Duley's excellent paper, has
ajlopted the cash la adynnco plan, for
lubsoriptlons. wo ,aro sUrprlgotV that
BOSWN, Nov. 13. As a, 5ult of
protests by speakors of both the negro
nnd whito races, tho old plantation
songs, "My Old Kentucky Home,"
"Oh, Susannnh" and "Mnssa in do
Cold, Gold Groun'" will not be sung
in tho schools. Tho speakers do
clnrcd tho songs woro insults to tho
negro rnco becnuso tho words
''darky," "nigger" nnd "coon" aro
used in them.
The Best Place in the City to Spend an Hour
Jamei Davis, Kva Smith, Mono Darkfrntlier in
"THE CAVE OF DEATH"
Katcm Drama in Two Parts
"A NIGHT WITH A MILLION"
Ksnimy Conieily Drnmn
"WHEN THE COOK TOOK ILL"
"PHRII.SOP PAUr.INH Monday Night
Hear Mr, llojeron the Hells
Man Nee roaav at i-.3Q
in Two Parts
WANTED Girl to do housework. Ap
- ply to John Cliuger, K. D. No. 4.
WANTED To hiro out by tho week, or
washing to do. Mary J. Owens, 315
Mitchell avenue, Maysville, Ky .
SALESMEN WANTED to advertise
cigars. Easy work. Earn $90 month
ly and all traveling expenses. Ex
perience unnecessary. Also handle
popular cigarettes and tobacaj
Norcne Cigar Co., New York, N. Y.
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery to
friends and neighbors; 70 per cent
profit. Mako $10 dally. Experience
unnecessary. International Mill),
Box 4029, West Philadelphia, li
FOIt 1SENT Pive-room cottage; gas
and wator; nico garden spot; rout
reasonable. 351 East Pourth street.
Seo GEO. DILL. lt-lw
POU KENT Two-story residence, t
rooms, bath, electric lights, largo gar
don, stable, chicken lot and fruil
Apply to J. J. Cobb, Maysville Man
ufacturing Mills, or J. W. Drydcn,
Porest avenue. Possession giveu about
December 1st. . 13-Ct
l-'Olt UENT Flat of 5 rooms, with
bath. Apply to A. Dcniston, 505 East
Second street. ll-3t
FOB KENT Furnished flat of three
rooms; water gas and bath. Apply
to Mrs. Ed, Eitol, 11G& Market
FOR KENT House of flvo rooms, with
gas. Apply nt 911 E. Second street.
FOB RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Two furnished front rooms with bath
room in connection. Will bo rented
cither singly or double. Apply to
Mrs. J. P. Nash, 207 West Second
FOR SALE Coal HeaterApply to A
Donibton, 505 East Second streot.
FOR SALE Tho desirable two-story
frame housu situated on Limestone
street, between Third and Pourth.
For information seo James Dunn,
No. 147 E. Third. J l-3t
FOR SAL"E Four-foot show case. Call
at this offlco,
FOR SALE JWhtto Plymouth Rock
Cockerels. Puro bred, lino bred reg
istcrcd in Whito Rock -Club, $1.00
each. Miss Davis, Taylor's Mill
Road, Kuuto 5. 5 Ct
LOST Gold biacolet; if found please
return to this oflico and receive ro
LOST Monday betweeu L. & N. depot
and Mnaysvillo 11111, on Lexington
pike, a stoe door. Fiuder pleaso ro-
turn to tins oflice
IjOST Monday Small packago con
taiuing two tango hair-pins, either
nt Mer Bros., or on streot botweou
Trnxels and Sparks & Co., produco
house. Return to this office.. U-3t
LOST Bulb off of bieyelo horn, bo
tween Hoeflich's store and postofflce,
Pleaso return to Hoetlich's store.
LOST Somo where on tlio streets of
this city, small gold boauty pin;
crescojit shaped, with small pearl In
sot. Return to this oflico and receive
LOST Child's white purso, with
ilowers on ono side, containing U0c
Finder will please leavo at this office
LUST From Mora Hros,' wagon on
Saturday or dollverod at wrong ad
dress, a square linon luncheon cloth,
with initial "M" ombroldercd on it.
Finder please return to Mora Bros,
lAJST Oietwcen Mer Bros.' stpre ami
-P, NV, Wheeler's shpp, ono odihoej
f orXgbtfopW Number )n , lining li
Drc$$ Goods r,i;
m mumm Prices. -1
See the lovely Plaids, Stripes, Novelty Weaves. Many III
cannot be bought elsewhere. Eo reasonable in price that J
you cannot resist buying. tM
We have all the colors in Velvets, Corduroys, &c, gj
that are so fashionable and hard to get.
II Silks in the newest styles. S
Plaids, figured and Roman stripes, for trimmings,
2 waists, Suits, &c. 5
Get your Gloves now. This tip is for you and will ,
2 save future worry. 5
S R05ERT L. H0EFLICH 1
211 and 213 MARKET STREET. B
Wr. Geo. Ade,
America's Greatest Humorist,
Presents a Good Comedy
Miss Anna Bell Ward
Alec Francis and Belle Adair in
"Adventures in Diplomacy," 3 Part Eclair Drama
(Birmingham and Charleston wero
nnincd as reserve cities by the Federal
(Abcrdeon Gretna Gre.cn.)
Tho Mutschelknaus brothers have
pumpkins grown on their farm near the
fair ground that will weigh ono hun
dred pounds each.
starts up the lazy
flock and cives a healthy relish to the feed.
Costs but a trifle the extra eggs pay
let us prove to you that it will make hens
money back. 25-lb. pail only $2.50.
M. C. RUSSELL BO.
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS !
Pace 3 tiur order with us now for renewals on
iho8i Mngnz tifs you are taking: by the jear.
WE GIVE SPECIAL CLUB KATES. Ask
for our catalogue. ::::::::::
We Carry the Largest Line
i The Future
depends on its improvements. These improvements
may be had in the Hundreds of different ways.
You are all interested in this question and why?
Because it will improve your property. You are
primarily interested here. Then have your house
wired and then see how much more the house is
worth to you. If it is worth more to you it is
worth more to the prospective purchaser. This is
a foregone conclusion and proven by figures. Will
you let us prove it?
I ELECTRIC SHOP
S 119 EAST THIRD STREET. PHONE 551. g
i To the Scene of Action
These war correspondents have so much inter
esting news to write that it's hard for them to
abbreviate to cablegram limits. We likewise
have so much to tell about our
1 1 Hart,$$chaff- p I
That Ae can't even begin in this space. Better
come to the scene of action in our jtore and re
view in person the beautiful mddels and patterns
that we have mqbilized here.
J. WESLEY LEE,
THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
Jflf"'-, jndT . -TBCrffS I
"The Highwayman's Shoes,"
Eclair 2 Part Colonial Drama.
5 BIG REELS TODAY
Coming Tuesday, "SEVEN DAYS."
MILLIONS FOR STARVING
BELGIANS A check for $3,000,000 was received
by the American Committo from 'weal
thy Belgians to bo used in relieving
tlio conditions in Belgium. Tho Amer
ican Committee has appealed to all or
ganizations in the United States to
continuo the work which will last sevv
It Makes Hens Lay
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Geti t' lavincr hens into the eToa-dav class and
ones. Puts life and vicor into the whole
for it many times over. Come in and
lay. If it fails, we will give you your
In packages at 25c, 50c. and $1.00.
J. JAS. WOOD & SON 6y,
MAYSVILLE'S POPULAR BOOK STORE
229 MARKET STREET.
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