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-If wo had u dozen win
dows to our store it would
not bo any too many to
for Men, Boys, Women
and Children. Wo expect
more women to buy hero
their gifts for men than
over before, because we
give a big soleotion of
what's now, so como.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Moysville's Foremost Clothiers.
HERE AND THERE
I! you hire Irtcndt Tlilllnf you, or II you are
folnf on 'lt, plena drop ut a
not .0 that tiled. .
Mr. E. 11. Bryant is in Pittsburg, Pa.,
whero ho shipped a big bunch of Ken
tucky live stock.
Mr. Jack (Lnythnm, the Market street
barker, loft yesterday for a visit with
relatives at Rectorville.
Miss Clemniio Tollo returned home
Saturday afternoon from a visit to
Cincinnati friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Creckbaum of
Ripley aro visiting her sister, Mrs.
Lottie Sproemberg of Comniereo streot.
f & , .Mr. and Mrs. u. Jt. uawson navo re-
turned from Portsmouth, 0., whero they
liavo been visiting his father, Mr. R.
v 1Mr. 0. T. Bromly, formerly of this
7. '.city left for his homo in Chicago after
V' a visit to his brother, Mr. Frank Brom-
" ' . ly of West Second street.
i Mr. Lovol Samuels returned home
yostcrduy from Rockymouut, N. C.
jwhoro ho has been engaged in tho to
baeco business for several months.
Mrs. S. Maeey Humphreys
Second street returned homo
short visit to Carlson,
ICv. Sho was accompanied by hor
""""mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, who will
,spond the winter here.
Messrs. Charles Grimes and Ben
"Brenner of Anderson, Ind., who left
about a week ago for a pleasure trip
' "to Old Point Comfort and other points
in the east, returned homo Saturday and
will visit tho former's mother, Mrs,
M. Grimes of the county, before return
CHARLES GATES RECOVERING.
Charles Gates, who lost his limbs un
der a C. & O. train, is reported rccov.
orlng rapidly now from his injuries
There will bo another operation to re
movo a bono from ono of Ins ampu
tated limbs, nnil it is said at tho hos
pital that his condition is favorable.
This is a remarkable case, as his life
has been saved only by the first-class
treatment ho has received at Hays
wooil Hospital, free.
MASON COUNTY COURT.
II. C. Hawkins of Mayslick, P. T,
Culvert of Lcwisburg, Louis Collis of
Orangeburg, It. L. Downing of Hilltop,
William Foley of Miuorva, Dan Por
rino and W. illolton Key of this city,
woro appointed supervisors" of tho 1915
tax, to meet at tho court house in this
city on tho first Alonuay in January,'
1015, for tho performance of their du
Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary So
cioty of the Third Street M. E. church
will meet Tuesday evening with Miss
Violet Graham in East Second streot.
21,976 FORDS SOLD IN SEPTEMBER
Tlo Ford Motor Co., announces that in tho month of
Soptombor there- were- sold and delivered 21,070 Ford can.
This was a gain of 11,179 cars over Scptombex 1013. This
Is significant not only becauao it shows that tho Ford
production is rapidly boing Increased to moot tho stu
pendous influx of orders, but also bocauso it demonstrates
that tup Ford Motor Company is maintaining tho 300,000
car-schedulo necessary to glvo Ford purchasers betwoon
August 1st, 1014 and August 1st, 1015, a share of Ford
We have Just received a car-load of tho new 1015
raodola, and can give you Immediate delivery. Thoro'a
nothing to gain by waiting, so order now and otijgy your
car this fall and winter,
CEHTML GJUUL6E CO., 112-118 Maridt St.
LODGE OF SORROW"
Maysville Elks Pay Beautiful Tribute To
Their Departed Brothers
Impressive Service and Large Audience Presents
Dr. Benn's Eloquent Address
"Tho faults of our Brothers wo write
upon tho saud;
Their virtues on tho Tablets of Lovo
It is a solemn and beautiful tribute
tho Elks pay to their departed brothers
each year when thoy hold their "Lodgo
Maysvillo Elks nro never remiss in
this impresslvo custom and yesterday
afternoon at Washington opera house
tho outpouring of tho public to hear and
obsorvo the services was very large,
many ministers being proscnt, mid a
number from other cities. t
Tho program, which was published in
a reccut issue of Tho Ledger, was car.
ried out to tho letter.
Tho vocal and instrumental music, tho
oldgo exercises, tho prayers of Rector
Fielding were most heart-touching bo
causo they brought forth anew tho
memories of tho many sterling citi
zens and Elks who now rest in pcaci
on tho other shore.
Esteemed 'Lecturing Knight Sherman
Arn, in his opening address, was at his
best and his brief rtmnrks sank deep
into tho hearts of all, making an im
pression sincere ntul lasting.
Of cour.se, tho eulogy of tho occasion
was tho principal part of tho sorvices
and Rev. Robert Leo Bonn, tho orator,
seemed inspired upon tho subject nnd
thrilled and pleased his largo audience
by his eloquence and tho force and pa
thos of his sermon. He spoke on "Tho
Hereafter and tho Immortality of the
His remarks woro so clearly and
beautifully given that we nro pleased
to give an nbstract of his sermon on
tho third pago of this issue.
Memorial Committee W. C. Watkins,
Thomas M. Russell, W. II. Rees, Thomas
1). Slattcry and P. G. Smoot, E. R., ex
ollicio. Ollteors of Maysvillo Lodge P. G.
Smoot, exalted ruler; Charles B. Davis,
esteemed leading knight; 11. W. Rasp,
esteemed loyal knight; Sherman Am,
esteemed lecturing knight; W, R. Smith,
secretary; Thomas M. Russell, treas
urer; R. P.-Redden, tyler; I). E. Pee,
W. V. Thomas and W. C. Watkins, trus-
i r -i ! r ii i.:.,i i:..,r
tees; i.. . un, esijuui:, """""si
chaplain, and W. V. Sproemberg, inner
Not here, and yet thoy live today,
Our Honored Dead.
John Ballcngcr, died January 10, 1002,
M. C. Russell, died July 21, 1002,
James II. Shelton, died July 5, 1005,
Matthew Mnrkland. died November
Ohristonher D. Russell, died Octobor
Lester Wilson, died November 21, 1007,
John C. Kaqkley. died December 0,
Virgil McKnight, died February 17,
Roy Yclton, died May 19, 1908,
James II. Hall, died Jajiuary 0, 1900,
James Barbour, died March 14, 1910,
Thomas S. McKinney, died September
Lawrenco Yager, died February 22,
Thomas It. Phistcr, died Juno 13, 1911,
William W. Willocks, died September
Gcorgo W. Childs, died December 3,
William P. Dickson, died January 21,
Isnrjc Woodward, died September 8,
William JI. Davis, ilioil Uctouer o, iiua,
II. K. Adanisou, died October 10, 1012,
D. N. Porrine, died October 20, 1012,
John L. Walsh, died March 24, 1013,
Frank D. Crenshaw, died May 20, 1013,
E. N. Forsythe, died December 21,
A. M. Danbury, died December 22,
Thoso cousins out West or back
east you don't hoail from thorn
so often now, YouJ onch liavo
now friends, now intorcsts. But
nftor all. blood is thicker than
water nnd your plifturo and pic
tures of the other mombcrs of
your family would b'6 wolcomed
by thorn especially for Christ
Tho Photographed in Your Town,
Tho Laities' Aid Society of tho
Orangeburg Christian (church will givo
an oyster nnd ico crcim supper at tho
church on tho oveniim of December 10.
THE BIG STARS
WHERE YOU SEE
Old-Fdshioned Country Store
After First Show Tonight. 15 Prizes Given
Away. Come and Join in the Fun Making.
Georgo W. Griffin, February 2,
John V. Dea,, Juno 110,
James II. Cut'nmings, November 3.
COVERING A CYCLONE BY TELE
One night r was handling the "desk"
on a Texas newspaper. Right at my
elbow for lh0 telephone was evor my
right-hand right bower was a tele
phono. It started with a bang.
"Hero's your party;
"Hello Is that you, Clear'
"Yes; got a story for you.''
"Lt it, come."
"Cyclone wiped our little town
while ago j"
"Sparel tho telephone, I suppose.
you couldtell us about it."
"Not fiii'ch. I'm four miles from I
town on fop of a polo, so hurry up nnd j
get this'' and ho reeled off tho story,
the dcai tho wounded, tho property
lo&sos, tlio freaks of tho storm, and,
more important than all, tho cry for
immedinto help. Ilnd it not been for
tlte tele,hono twenty-four hours would
liavo elkpsed beforo nows of that disas
ter could have reached tho outside
world md help would have been de
layed jist that much. Publie Service.
LYING" IN BED.
"Tromondous Trilles," by
The' tono now commonly takon to-
ward ( tho practico of lying in bed is
hypocritical and unhealthy. Instend of
bfing; regarded ns n matter of personal
convenience and adjustment, it has bo
come i to uo regarueu oy ninny
it wore a part of essential morals to
f,ot up early in tho morning. It is upon
the vholo part of practical wisdom;
but thcro is nothing good about it or
bad (about its opposite. Misers got up
earjy in tho morning, and burglars, I
am fj informed, got up the night be
WHAT NEW TAXES MEAN TO THE
Condon, What tho now British in
ccpio tnx imposed under tho Wiir
Rudgot proposals means to tho tax
payer is shown in tho following tablo:
'f Actual tax paid
Itacomo. Last year Thisyoar Next year
1,230 .. $10.75
1,500 .. 05.50
1,000 .. 187.50
,000 .. 500.00
i,000 .. 935.00
1,000 .. 1,930.00
NO THANKSGIVING PROVERB.
" Japanese bravery is perhaps duo to
Japaneso pessimism," said Ynsutnro
Nnmnno, Japanese Consul to San Fran
cisco. "Tho Jnpaucso liavo a black
strain of pessimism in their veins. This
Is evidouccd by thoir proverbs,
"Thcro is ono provorb, which, in its
dlspa'rgement of tho human lot, is per
haps the most pessimistic provorb in
tho world. It runs:
..TP rovongo yourself on your one-
frs, John Jlopor
. '(', C. " :
President Gnbleninn of tho Ports
mouth Ohio Statu League team has an
nounced tho sale of Outfloldor Bag
gan, Cntchor Francisco and First Base
man Edwards to tho San Antonio club
of tho Texas League.
Charles A. Bonder, tho groat Indian
pitcher of tho Philadelphia Athletics,
Saturday signed a Federal Loaguo con
tract and will play with either Brook
lyn or Baltimore. Rube Mar qua rd of
tho Now York Giants has also jumped.
"Homo Run" Baker, third bascmnn
of tho Philadelphia Athletics, and
Hans Lobort, third baseman of tho Phil
adelphia Nations, will probably sign
Federal Lcaguo contracts in tho next
dny or two. Ty Cobb, who draws $15,
000 a year from the Detroit Americans,
denies tho roport that ho will jump.
Ago is age. But just tho samo a four-year-old
auto looks 10 years older than
a four-year-old horse.
M. WHITTINQTON PASSES
AWAY AT LAKE PRO
C. M. Whittington, a native of Mays
ville, died Sunday morning at Lake
Providoucon, La. Deceased le.nos a
brother, -Mr. Edward H. Whittington,
of this city, and a sister, Mrs. Ulemie
Throckmorton of tho St. Charles Hotel
of this city. He also leaves three sis
ters in Cincinnati, O.
WEIGHT LAW U N O O N S T IT U
Columbus, O. .Tho Snpioiuo Court
hold as unconstitutional the law pas?od
by the last legislature, which provided
that most produce slmuld be soul by
weight instead of by measure. The de
cision aflirms the i"iing oi thu loner
courts in tho case.
SQUIRE BAUER IMPROVING.
Squiro Fred W. Bauer, who suffered
a stroke of paralysis at his oflieo Fri
day morning is getting along nicely and
is able to bo about his ollicc. The
Squire's many friends hope that ho will
soon regain his wonted good health.
Cecil T. Stoker, aged 23, deputy
sheriff of Scioto county, Ohio, and Bcr
nico T. Clarko, aged 21, both of Chil
licothe, O., were united in marriage Sat
urday morningby Rev. John Barbour
at the parsonago in Market street.
AN AUDUBON KID.
Dr. R. A. Browno reports a fine boy
born Sun-lay to Mr. nnd Mrs. Prc,ss
Scott, living on tho Audubon Farm.
The HOME Cordially
Invites You to ihe
People Interested In
Tobacco Are Always
Welcome at the
Next Saturday For. Benefit of
Iloalth Leaguo Which Neods
Tho Woman's Club will hold a doll
auction Saturday, December 12, at Miss
Lumnn's etoro, for tho bonofit of the
Health Leaguo. '
Each member is urgently rcquosted to
call at onco at Mrs. T. M. Russell's to
select a doll, dressed 6r undressed, to
glvo for tho nuction.
Tho Health League is in urgent need
of assistance and each member can do
hor part with very little troublo and
small outlny of money, if sho will help
tho club to carry out this idea. Tu
public will please watch for further no
ticcs of this unlquo and attractivo auc
tion. And it would help soirto if there was
a law compelling tho lellows who ilo not
' twii nuto-j to keep their niulllers closed.
DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS
"THE BETTER MAN"
In 4 Parts, Featuring William Courtleigh. Another Famous Player
3 and as Good as the Others We Have Shown on
TgFIVE REELS OF FEATURE PICTURES"
The Girl Who Won
Eddy Lyons and Victoria Ford in
He Never Said a Word
AVERAGE ON LEXINGTON
Total sales on tho Lexington tobacco
market for the hist week woro 311,27o
pounds at prices ranging from $17 a
hundred down and at an average prico
of $!.2S a hundred.
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Garrett Holmes, aged 34, farmer, of
Dexter, and Mary Whaley, aged 27, of
Washington, were granted a marriage
license nnd were married in this city
Regular monthly mooting of Pride of
Mason Lodgo No. 79, K. of P. tonight
at 7:30 p. m. All members are re
quested to be present.
IIKNRY FIELDS, K. of R. & S.
.CHARLES I). HALL, C. C.
Cloudy, unsettled and cooler today.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tho E. L. Mnnchohtor Pro
Old hens ., 9e
Old Roosters 7c
Fat Ducks 10c
Rabbits (dozen) 75c
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 5.
Hog receipts 2,300; market steady,
Cattlo receipts 0,700; market dull;
calves steady. Sheep receipts 100; mar
kot slow, $2.504.75; Jambs slow;
Buttor steady; eggs steady and un
changed; poultry steady, unchanged.
Wheat firm, $l.lt1.17; corn firm,
0lj05e; oats stonily;, 5051c;
ryo steady, $1.H5(Ji)1.10r hay easy,
.Idvn'lltnrnt$ iiimki "v hratHnp.nol rxr'tdtnt
1v Hurt, 10 etnll ract. oiarrdan, nr AO mitl a uttk
k OtToE- 'rabTi'cco' "lujiij when bT
Maysvillo you (fro cordially invited
-to stop at the Kentucky Hotel.
Rates 1 per day. Recently repur
chased by Charles Mullikiu. lwdei'5
WANTED Help. Apply
sou H. Taulbeo.
to Mrs. Wood
dvrrtlttmtnlt umlrr tMt heading, not rirtnlino
flvi Una, to ccntt cacK inter Hon, or to ccnlt u week.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Two furnishod front rooms with bath
room in connection. Will bo rentod
either singly or double Apply to
Mrs. J. 1. Nash, 207 West Second
Adxitltenrnti under tMt heating inurUJ Jttt;
tut adytrlUeri inuUvmliS the rty,
FOUND Silver mesh pockotbookj own
Do Your Shopping Early !
AvoWtheRusli. Get What You (My Want.
" Christinas Goods aro here and tho ariety of real holiday pros-
pj oil's is greater than over before.
A lino of Gloves that cannot bo excelled in any city.
Hosiery of every known rollablo brand, for every size and purso
5 from 10c to $1.50 pair. ,
H Ribbons that are hero especially for holiday trade, 10c to $2 yard.
Dross Goods for every mombcr of tho family, f rom. Gc Ginghams
g up to tho exclusive patterns and styles of Silks and Crepo do Chines.
H Novelties tho very latest in Collars, Collar and Cuft" Sets, (Beads
Purses, Hnir Ornaments, Windsor Ties, Ornaments, Waist Goods, Ho
J siery, Gloves, all attractively boxed for holiday trade.
P You can not iifford to miss seeing our goods.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH
5 211 ATCD 213 MARKET STREET
FABULOUS GOLD STRIKE MADE
AT CRIPPLE CREEK.
Colorado Springs, Col. Not since the
first days of Colorado's first gi Id rush
has tho Cripple Creek mining district
been as e'cited as it is i ow over tho
report that tho richest gJd strike in
the history of the state has been made
The strike is said to have been made
in the Crescent mine and the value of
the ore is as high in some instances as
V'tO a pound.
PRESIDENT TO READ MESSAGE
Washington. Congress lenders made
airaugcmeuts for a joint session of the
House and Senate at 12:30 p. in. Tues
day to heir President Wilson lend his
annual address. Formal resolutions to
that effect will be perfected when Con
gloss' reassembles today.
Keguhr meeting of the City Fathers
tonight at the Council chamber.
Once Again We Salute You
and announce our readiness to receive your TOI3ACCO and
give you the benefit of our years of experience in making you a
B ring us a little for the OPENING DECEMBER 8th. Tel
ephone us for any information. No. 272.
GROWERS WAREHOUSE CO., Incorporated.
L T. GAEBKE, President W. W. MclLVAIN, Vice-President J. C. RAINS, Secty.-Treas.
Christmas Gift Giving
It is easy if you stop in our store. The prettiest selection of
FOLDERS, POST CARDS, LEATHER GOODS, GAMES, BOOKS, SERVING TRAYS
and many other useful things ever brought to this city. Don't fail to
look at the large line of 50c Books. You are sure to buy several of
! ANY MAN j
YOU'RE BUYING CHRISTMAS 6lFTS FOR WILL LIKE THE
2 THINGS YOU'LL FIND HERE.
THE ilEAL PROBLEM IN CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR A MAN
13 TO riND THE THING THE MAN REALLY WANTS MOST, AND A
NEXT TO THAT, TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO 7
9 GIVE. ?
9 A HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, OVERCOAT OR BAL- J
MAOAAN WOULD BE A CHOICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR J
ANY MAN USEFUL, SERVICEABLE AND STYLISH. W
SHOES ARE ALWAYS USEFUL, SO WHY NOT BUY HIM A
NICE PAIR OF STETSON OR CROSETTS FOR CHRISTMAS? 0
THESE ARE GIFTS THAT ARE REALLY APPRECIATED.
? MAKE Tins STORE YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HEAD.
? QUARTERS FOR GIFTS FOR MEN. M
J. WESLEY LEE,
THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN, Sicind and Markit Streets.
Mondays and Fridays.
and HOUSE PETERS in
Tho fact that some people aro horo
on earth disproves tho theory that thero
ij no effect without a cause.
BarEis Jewelry $ Clocks
(r. A. McCarthy Is thinking of clos
ing out business and retiring, thereforo
all prices aro reduced. It will pay
you to call and see.
a. M. ANDERSON IN
(Four Part Drama.)
Mvitle Gonzalez, Margaret Gibson
and George Stantly in
"ANNE OF THE MINES."
ALICE HOLLISTER IN
"IN THE DEPTHS."
10 CENTS TO ALL
MAYSVILLE'S POPULAR BOOK STORE
229 MARKET STREET.
er may have same by calling at this
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