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VOU HAVE THEM ALL
A skinned forty ways
from Sunday when it comes
to showing the NEW WINTER
SUITS and OVERCOATS," so
a young fellow told us the
other day who livfss here in
town. Come inland skim
your eyes over (these new
blood warmers. If you buy
you won't he skinned.
H. Frafik & Co.
'..Mr, W. P. Smith t
i Dover wa hero
oa business Saturdr.u
airs. 'William Lumnn and son worn
Cincinnati visitors Sjitnnlny.
,,,Mr, Earl iluglufa" of Huntington
.Spoilt the ilny hero ivith friends yustcr-
szz, i iair.i. .iaio nionuns 01 r.asi roiinu
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iv . i . .
.roet was slionmnir in Cincinnati bat
'fiSfr. Walter Hlnier, baggnj?o master
.nt th0 G. & 0., waj
a Cinciniatl visitor
J!p-f Mrs. Agnes Clulds and non tioriinn
fiji". rotumed homo lnift night from a visit
Miss (lorgia Mc.'Nutt of Dover wis the
guest of "Miss Ada Diiwui of East Sec
orid street Saturday.
Mrs. W. C. Slye of AValnut street is
-.sponding the wekwith Miss M. O.
Hunter of the ejmuity.
Mrs. -F. P. On)onnell and son Fran-
cis returned homo yesterday afternoon
-Jrom a visit UJ Cincinnati.
": iMr. and Mrj. Ehvood Davidson and
-Messrs, John jnid Evan Davidson mo
tored to Cinciinati yesterday,
"' Mrs. J. L. C.'ault of Walnut street has
returned hoinij from a few wooks' visit
with relatives' at Murphysville.
" Messrs. William Murphy and Douglas
"Newoll lcft-esterday afternoon for n
hunting trip lin Fleming county.
,,, Miss Alicrf Tudor of Cincinnati re-
W" .turned hoinej
after a visit to her aunt,
ilanelurd, of East Second
I?ev. J. yk. Litoral of tho Third
Street M. li. church left this morning
for Vanceburg to assist in a revivaj
- Mrs O. L. Tauian of Vauceburg,
"iaj betfn tho guest the past week of her
HughtJ ' , Mrs. II. Carr Pollitt of Lime
j. T. Strode, Mr. and Mrs. W.
ritrodo anil Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
.hestcr and son Fulton Borden,
.red out to Flemingsburg yestor-
.rs. Itoo Carr and Miss Hose, her
5,'htor, havo gon0 to Huntington, W.
i for a protracted visit with her
rfghter and will later visit relativos m
;ingtou and other cities.
fir. and Mrs. F. P. Tully and dnugli-
MllUred wero guests yesterday of
t. .1. V. -Nash ami family oi west
i!ond street, eu routo to Fleming
iunty whero Mr. Tully goes on n limit-
WHs Isnbel Caprnni of West Second
jtreqt returned homo yesterday after
noon fr,om a several weeks' visit with
relatives in Cincinnati. Sho was ac
companied home by her cousin, Miss
21,976 FORDS SOLD IN SEPTEMBER
The Ford Motor Co., announcos that In the month of
8eptomber thore wero sold and delivered 21,076 Ford cars, t
This was a gain of H,-i79 cars over September 1013. This
Is significant not only because it shows that the Ford
production is rapidly being increased to meet tho stu
pendous influx of orders, but also bocauso it demonstrates ,'
that tho Ford Motor Company is maintaining the 300,000 j
car-Bchcdulo necessary to givo Ford purchasers between ;
August lBt, 1914 and Wugnstr 1st, 1015, a sharo of Ford,
proflta. x ""
We have just received a car-load of. the new 101D
.models, and can give ypu immediato delivery. Thero'P
nothing to gain by waiting, so order now and enjoy your
car this fall and wlntor, i
CENTRAL 6ARAGE CO., 112-116 Marat St.
ENGLAND TO RAISE
1,000,000 NEW SOL
DIERS BY CONSCRIPTION
London. Tho movement for conscrip
tion in (J rent Britain progresses rap
idly. Men who nro in cloo touch with
pulilio sentlmout nro prodictng thai con
scription will como before Christians.
"HEAVY. HEAVY" HANGS OVER
Emperor William has established his
headquarters nt Coblenz, on German
soil, and ho has Invited his flvo daughters-in-law
and his sons, includlni? tlio
Ciown Prince, to visit, him. Two Zep
plin airships, armed with machino
guns, aro continually circling over his
majesty's private apartment.
FIELD MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS
Field Marshal Earl Roborts, Eng
land's great soldier, died of pneumonia
yesterday in Frame. As Colonel in
Chief of tho Indian troops, the Field
Marshal had gono to Franco to giVt
them Ills greeting Soon after his
prriv:!! ho beenme 111. Ho was 82 years
of ngo and had participated in nine
wars. Tho announcement of his death
was conveyed in a dispatch from Field
Marshal Sir John French to Earl Kit
lusin is making plans to lloat a loan
in this country to bo. used in opening
up trade relations with tho United
QUARANTINE STOPS HUNTING IN
Columbus. Absoluto 'quarantine- to
prevent the spread of foot and mouth
(Urease- was imposed on every county
in tho state today by ordor of the Ag
ricultural Commission. Tho 11U1 hunt
ing season, which was to have opened
Monday, was ordo-'cd abolished.
"THE CHRISTMAS SHIP" JASON
SETS SAIL FOR EUROPE.
Xew York, Xov. 1 1. With a flaie of
trumpets and a blast of steam whistles
tho United Stnte ship Jason, "the
Christmas Ship," left her dock in Brook
lyn today and moved slowly out to sea.
Headquarters was niado a festive no,'
casion for gaily gowned soclely wom
en ami New York City officials, whilo a
great crowd looked on.
Tlio ship carrier 100 carloads of
Christinas presents for tho European
(lertrude Dickson was operated on at
Wilson Ilospitnl Saturday morning by
Dr. A. O. Taylor, assisted by Doctors
S. It. Harqver, C. M. McGuire, J. It.
Cooner and A. It. Uuinlcv. bho was
a patient at the free dispensary and
tho Mason County Public Health
I.eaguo greatly appreciates tho man
ner lu which the medical staff respond
ed to its call for assistanco in this, as
well as other case", showinir that our
physicians and surgeons can always bo
depended upon to lay nsldc all thought
of gain whore humanity calls for help.
R. T. ANDER-
Tho funeral of Mrs. Lutio Ro?pcsp
Anderson was largely attended at Lot
ingtnn yesterday nftcrnoou at 2:30
o'clock. Tho services woro held at tl)e
Anderson homo in West Second streejt.
and .wore conducted by Kev. Rpbert JS
Massio of Christ. Church Cathedral
Burial followed in the Loxlngton C'?
otery. Tho iallbearers wero flord'on
Sulser, Claik Itngers, Pearco Brown
ing, of .Maysvflloj John Carr, W. 'l.
Thompson,-William Combs, If. K. Mil
ward and Thomas Shelby of LuxiJig-
Among tho others present from Mrtys
vlllo were: Mr. Thomas A. Repress,
Mrs. Anderson's grandfather, Mr, and
.Mrs. I). E. Fee and Miss Floronco
lingers Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Onry, Mrs.
Joseph F. Perrie, Misi Hnttlo 'Deli
mits and Miss Lucy Baldwin.
tiatisfiSL - jji d
Tiq story of ci'ftry child It a story
of growth and ejhango
A chongo too gradual and subtlo for
ovon'tho wntclifjul eyo of a mothor to
detect, or for nlcnlory to recall.
Only In plctuilos can tho story to told,
and a record U tho childish features
and expression I kept for all time
A good photograph now and thon,
will moan ovt rythlng to you and to
them, In "after years
Tho Pljotographc in Your Town.
Thorn nrol soveral tons of four-leaf
clover in tlijo poekots of tho men you
pass on tho) streets. But, somehow or
other HardWorje continues to deliver
all tho QooJl Luck.
Mr. I'S M. Hydor and wife of Hutler,
K- li.Jvo been tho uliesta of his
brother! Mr. Trnnk Jtyder of tho East
STEAMER FRENCH BURNS.
I'adueah. Tho stcainor French,
owned 'by Captain A. J. Jacobs of this
city, was destioyol by Are at tho mouth
ot Sanjdy rivor, 75 miles abovo Paducah.
Tho pissengors and crew escaped. The
boat idied between Paducah and Per-
ryvllll', Tenn. It was valued at .fS.OOO.
Fair and cooler today.
1 THE RIVER
Tho Oreeno Line steamer Ohio will
iniio three trips a week to uManchos-
ter. as" long ns there is water sufl'.cient
to iipcrato safely in the trade.
small steamers Chilo and Cour
if i. ot tno Jiaysviue,. niio ami ui'
cinnnti trade, are aground nt
milo sand bar, near Cinciiiiinti.
Tho river men aro anxiously looking
fir a good rain throughout tho Ohio
Vnlley that will make a good rise in
tjio Ohio rivor, as this has been an un
usually long spell of low water.
! As a result of locks and dams tho
Ohio river is open from Pittsburg to
East Liverpool, O., and a large coal
fleet is being put together at tho lat
ter place. It will bo sent south when
tho river opens up below Liverpool.
It is understood that Capt. flrcone,
of the Oreono Lino of boats,' coiitein
plates locating a dry dock nt Ashland.
Tlio dock will employ about fifteen
men. Point Pleasant is making n strong
effort to havo tho dock located there
There woro slight rises reported in
tho Upper Ohio river Saturday from
Wheeling, W. Va., to Huntington, W.
V:i which was caused by lowering one
of the dams in tho Upper Ohio river,
but tho genoral tendency of tho Ohio
liver is falling slowly at all stations
For tho second tinio during tlio pros
cnt low-water season this year the
(Ireenn Lino lias placed a gasoline
launch .ind lighter in tho Chilo and
Cincinnati trndo. It does not make, tho
ipgular schedule time, but arrive nnd
departs from Cincinnati on nltc-nate
days, which koops an -.eight for Chilo,
O. and all way points moving promptly.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Mauchestor Pro
Eggs ...'. 30c
Butter 18e ,
Old Hens lie
Springors , 12c
Old Roosters 7o
Tnrkoys t '
Fat Ducks 10c
Rabbits $1.50 do.
Wheat steadyi $1.091.14; corn
steady, 7077cj oatB steady, 5051cj
ryo Arm, $1.021.00.
Hog receipts 000 j market steady;
packers and butchers, $8.103.25; com
mon to choice, $5.C07,75; stags, $5
C.7I5. Cattlo receipts 200; market
steady; calves stoady, $012.00. Bheep
receipts none; market steady; lambs
iButtor flrmj-ogg Arm; prlmo firsts,
J4f5)32U;as meond.' 22et nonltrv firm:
II U li wise innir who Ining UmJ h
doesn't know anything aliou.t women.
The Bull Moosors In Ohio havo bo
come morcly tho shadow of a phantom.
"Politicians nro canny folk," says
Secretary Bryan, "and they do not
hitch thoir wagons to dimming stars."
Did ho havo tho President In mind or
When, anybody gpenks of tho "samo
Old Bill" nowadays, it is a toss-up
whether ho means Sulsyy or tho Kaiser.
MARVELS OF MODERN SURGERY
"Did you over think of tho marvols
of modem surgery t" nsks tho Wash-
ington Herald. Well, yes. For ox
amplo, "tho oporatlon was successful,
but tho pnticnt did not rally from tho
5C PASTIME 5
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thomas nnd son,
Jake, Jr., wero visitors to Cincinnati
Tho suffragists meeting in Nashville
decided to broaden their work and will
work for a Federal statute giving the
women tho ballotj
Additional regulations denning .nnd
governing the neutrality of tho Pana
ma Canal in tho present ivar wero issued
bv President Wilson.
Complete disinfection of tho Chlca
ga stock yards has been finished and
everything wns in readiness for the re
opening nt midnight last night.
Senator Nowlands, Democrat, de
feated his Republican opponent by only
thirty-eight votes, according to the ofli-
t'ial canvass made in Nevada.
Union street car employees of Lex
ington havo asked tho company to ac
cede to a new agreement designed to
pioteet them against allegod discrim
(lov. MeCreary has offered a reward
of $200 for tho arrest of tho persons
who hanged Henry Allen in Muhlen
berg county. Tho 'county will oirer a
WHITE SOX PITCHER ILL WITH
Batosvllle, Ind. .loo Bonz, one of the
star pitchers of tho Chicago White Sox,
. seriously ill with typhoid fever here.
TO STUDY WITH SUCCESS.
Whoever wishes to study with success
must exercise himself in theso three
things: In getting clear views of a
subject; in fixing In his memor' what
ho has understood, and in producing
something from his own resources.
BEAUTIFUL LITTLE PARTY
Iiss flladys Toml'mson of Lindsoy
street, entertained with a masquerade
party last Friday evening Tho dining
mom wns beautifully decorated in pink
and white, and tho color schoino carried
out In tho dainty refreshments served
About fifteen couples wero present and
music and dancing woro indulged in
until a Into hour.
MAGNIFICENT HICUI SCHOOL FOR
Architect Bates has returned from
Huntington, W. Va., where ho com
pleted the plans nnd specifications for
n ne-'vv -$300,000 high school building
It Is n beauty In design aud will be
equipped' wth all tho modern conveni
ences nnd fire-proofing devices known
to the building trade. Mr. Bates is a
member of tho' architect firm, Rittor &
Bates, of tho First National Bank
building. Portsmouth Star.
FILLING THE CEMETERIES.
A lawyer, widely known in this com
munity, writes thus:
"Tho following conversation was
heard at a funeral in Spring Grovo
" 'This cemetery was established In
1S5:),' said one.
" 'And now,' said anothor, 'tljero aro
80,000 burlod here.'
" 'That la not surprising. They nre
killing that many a week over In Eu
(Which Is tp say that tho ylotlm of
war-for a month would .fill overv. com.
t bflrus to, ipok; q jftliq in it'i".
wants a map of tho war- r-pnn voV
havo to buy a gloho,
Rojoctcd Prico Rofusod to Soli
Birds at Ten Cents a Pound.
Bit. Storliifg, Ky. Tho turkey mar
ket opened in this county, but buyers
nro having a hard tlnio to buy tho
birds. .Tho market was opened at ten
' cents, but raisers would not take tho
I price; tho figure was slightly raised,
and still they Would not sell. Tho prices
j oiTorcir aro four to flve cents lower
on tho pound than ono year ago, aud
holders of largo flocks say they will
wait until tho Christmas market be
fore disposing of their birds, believing
that tho Eastern market will get bet
ter, thus forcing up tho prices in this
section. Last year prices paid ranged
'from 13 to 15 conts per pouud. Tho
I crop of turkeys Is a largo one.
Daniel Frohman Presents the Internationally Distinguished Star
TMR. JAMES K. HACKETTtmi
In His Supreme Dramatic Triumph
"The Prisoner of Zenda"
IN FIVE PARTS.
Commissioner of Agriculturo J. W.
Newninn Issued aa order partly lifting
tho quarantine by the shipment of
homes from other states after thorough
Somo form of municipal control of
public service corporations by all cities
uns urged in a resolution passed yes
terday by the American Mayors' meet
ing in Philadelphia
THIS IS THE LAST MONTH TO
PAY STATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE AND
AVOID THE RUSH AND PENALTY.
OFFICE HOURS 9 A. M. and 4 P. M.
J. II. CLARK, SHERIFF MASON CO.
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
The Civic Improvement Club will
meet this afternoon with Mrs. Emma
Taylor in Vino street. Lot all mem
bers bo present. Visitors aro wolcomo.
"MRS. W. O. PATTON, Pres.
Mrs. II. L. Anderson, Cor. Sec.
SALESMEN WANTED to advertise
cigars. Easy work. Earn $90 month
ly and all traveling oxpenses. Ex
perience unnecessary. Also handle
popular cigarettes and tobaccj
Norcno Cigar' Co., New York, N. Y.
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery to
friends aud noighbors; 70 per cent
profit. Make $10 dally. Experience
unnecessary. International Mill),
Box 4029, West Philadelphia, Pa
FOR RENT Five-room cottage;
and water; nice garden spot;
FOR BKNT Two-story rcsldonco, I
rooms, bath, electric lights, largo gar
don, stable, chicken lot and fruit
NApply to J. J. Cobb, Mnysvillo Man
ufacturing Mills, or J. W. Drydon.
Forest avenuo. Possession given about
Docember 1st. 13-Ot
TOR RENT House of flvo rooms, with
gas. Apply at 911 E. Sccoud stroot.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Two furnished front rooms with bath
room in connection. Will bo rented
, either singly or double. Apply to
' Mrs. J. P. Nash, 207 West Secoud
street. oetSl tf
FOR SALE Four-foot show case. Call
at this office.
LOST Gold bracelet; if found please
return to this odlco and rcceivo re
LOSTMonday betweou L. & N. dopot
and Maaysvillo Hill, on Lexington
pike, a stove door. Finder plcaso re
turn to this office.
LOST Bulb off of btcyclo horn, bo
twoon Hooflich's storo and postofilco,
Ploaso return to Hooflich's store.
LOST Child's whito. purso, with
flowers ou ono shle, containing 20c
Finder will ploaso lcavo at this offlco.
LOST From Mora Bros.' wagou on
Saturday or delivered at wrong ad
dross, a squaro linen luncheon cloth,
With initial "U" embroidered on it.
Flndor ploaso return' to Morz Bros,
LUST Betweou Mere .Ores.' store aud
P.' Wt Wheelor's shop, ouq odd shoo,
t, -right '(opt, Number in lining; is
ROBERT L HOEFLICH
211 and 213 Market Street.
Two-Part Powers Drama.
"Joke on Joker" .
FOUR BIG REELS FOR FIVE CENTS.
THE ONLY CLAIMANT.
Tho Nobel prize this year may have
to bo turned over to the Red Cross.
PARIS DEMOCRAT CHANGES
Tho Paris Democrat, edited bv
Messrs. William Ardery and William
Remington, will bo issued hereafter as a
tri-weekly, publishing on Tueda-s,
Thursdays and Saturdays. Wuh tho
Bourbon Xows and tho Kentucky Citi
zen issuing twice a week, Paris will
now have practically a daily paper,
paper, tho seven issues of tho three
papers serving that purpose
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS !
Place jour oider with ua now for renewals on
those Magna nea you are taking by the jear.
WE GIVE SPECIAL CLUB RATES. Ask
for our catalogue. ::::::::::
We Carry the Largnst Line
g The Future of the Town
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 M
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
g you let us prove it?
I ELECTRIC SfiOP
S 119 EAST THIRD STREET. PHONE 551. B
ti :xsa:a:a:ii4:iiiii:iiiia:a: H
1 To the Scene o! 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 31 ner & Marx
That Ave can't even begin in this space. Better
come to the scene of action in our store aud re
view in person the beautiful mddels and patterns
that we have mobilized here.
J. WESLEY LEE,
THE 6000 CLOTHES 'MAN,
m;j) ?;" i'--'-"m?r -
- FAMOUS BRANDS OF
Buster Brown Darnless Hoslesy for women
and children, Wayne Knit Hosiery for women,
Pony Stockings for children, the best on earth.
Wollknit Hosiery for women and men, une
qualed wear. Wollknit Silk Socks, five colors,
tho best silk sock on earth. Phccnix Silk Ho
siery, the only kind that is warranted. Eayser
and Niagara Maid Silk Hosiery, the finest qual
ities. This stock of Hoaiery cannot be equaled
outside of the largest cities.
GLOVES, Unusual Variety
Owing to the scarceness of the foreign
makes wo havo added a fine line of made la
America kind. Special Importation of Gloves.
Our importer has shipped us our Christmas
Gloves. They were gotten out of France Un
der the most trying conditions and there will
be no more until the war Is over. Buy now.
December Fashions and the Designers are
here; also Winter Quarterly.
Tuesday and Thursday
MARY PICKFORD IN
KILLED IN OHIO.
Columbus, O. There wero 72 fatal
accidents on Ohio railroads during Oc
tober, inoro thnn half being 39 tres
passers killed on tho right of way.
Steam railways wero the cause of CO
ilcatlu and electric only-six. Not a
single passenger lost his life, but thero
were 13 fatal accideuts amotiif em
ployee. Highway crossings killed 18.
Barga;s Jewelry $ Clocks
G. A. McCarthy is thinking of clos
ing out business and retiring, therefore
all prices aro reduced. It will pay
you to call and see.
MAYSVILLE'S POPULAR BOOK STORE
229 MARKET STREET.
of Sheet Music in Maysville.
SicM Mi Markii Stritts.
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