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'If wo had a dozen win
dowa to our store it would
not ho any too many to
for Men, Boye, Womon
and Children. Wo expect
nioro women to buy hero
tboir gifts for men than
over before, bocause we
givo a big selection of
what's now, so come.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
May svillc's Foremost Clothiers.
HERE AND THERE
II you have Irlendi TliltlnjC you, or II you art
total on a r'lll. pleai drop ui a
not .e that elfecl.
Hon. L. W. Aruett of Covington was
the Sunday guest of Mr. E. T. Kirk.
Miss Nellie Cahlll of Lewlsburg is
visiting Mrs. C. P. Cook of Covington.
Mr. Hairy Thurber of CincjiuirtiJU
was the guest of Mr. 1. K. Feo Suii
Mr. nnd Mrs. LeWright Browning
ami Miss Lucy Browning spent Satur
day in Cincinnati.
Miss Hannah Matthews of Maysllck
is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Waltor Mat-
thows of Lexington.
United States District Attorney
Thomas D Slattcry was a business vis
itor in the city yesterday.
Mr. E. L. Manchester left Sunday
for Tittsburg in tho intorest of the
''. L. Manchester Company.
Miss Alma Tope of Cincinnati has
returned homo after a visit to tho
Misses Nauman of the West End.
Mr. George Grees of tho U. S. bat
tlcship Vermont is spending a fow
days with his father, Mr. P. R. Grees
of Fifth street.
Mr. Bruce Lyklns, tobacco auction
, eer of Georgetown, 0., is here for the
Maysville opening and is the guest of
his sister, Mrs. C. S. Dale.
Mr. "Wallace Webb, book-keeper for
the Central warehouse, is back on the
"job, returning to Maysville yesterday
from his home at Marion, S. C.
Mrs. Prances Dalo and Mr. nnd Mrs.
0. B. McEldowuoy of Oibson City, 111.,
nrrived Saturday to visit the formor'a
daughter in law, Mrs. C. S. Dalo of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. McEldowuoy are
visiting relatives in Lewis county,
Mrs, Dalo remaining here.
Attorney Waddcll of Somerset, Ky.,
was horo yesterday on legal business
and on his motion Judgo Cochran of
tho United States Court entered an or
der of snlo of property in the case of
D. W. Jones vs. tho Eaglo Coal Com
pnuy in" McGollin county.
100 CARLOADS OF LIVESTOCK TO
Mt. Sterling. liaising of tho Federal
quarantine in this section will cause
100 carloads of cattle and hogs to go
to market within tho next three weeks.
There is over $75,000 worth of this
stock ready and waiting for cars to
transport them to Cincinnati nnd
other markets. The bringing into this
market and section of this amount of
money will havo a tendency to relievo
the financial situation and open up
21,376 FORDS SOLD Hi SEPTEMBER
Tho Ford Motor Co., announces that in tho month of
Soptombor there wcro sold and delivered 21,070 Ford cars.
This was a gain of 11,470 cars over Soptember 1013. This
Is significant not only becauso it shows that the Ford
production is rapidly being increased to meet the stu
pendous iiiflux of orders, but also becauso it demonstrates
that the Ford Motor Company is maintaining the 300,000
car-schodule nocessary to give Ford purchasers between
August 1st, 1014 and August 1st, 1915, a sharo of Ford
We havo Just received a car-load of tho new 1015
models, and can givo you immediate delivery. n There's
nothing to gain by waiting, so ordor now and enjoy your
car this fall and winter.
CENTRAL: 6AIUGE CO., 112-116 Mutt St-
Dccombor Torm, Convened Yesterday
With Judgo 0. D. Newoll Presid
ing Grand Jurors Seloctod
Dockot of Jury Trials.
Tho December term of tho Mason
Circuit Court convonod yesterday with
Judgo XJ. D. Newell presiding.
Tho greater pnrt of the day was spont
in sotting casos to bo tried durlug this
term of court. .
Tho Grand Jury ia composed of tho
John Grnnt, John Colburn, Edward
Konnard, J. It. Davis, John Laytham,
Charles P. Dietrich, Arthur True, Wal
ter Worthlngton, O. T. Callahan, T. J.
Knson, Johu Flagan and with Mr.
Georgo Parry as foromnn. Thoy bo
gau their duties at otieo.
Tho Petit Jury will bo announced to
day. Besides entertaining several motions
in cases beforo tho court yesterday,
Judgo Newell disposed of tlwj follow
Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Er
nlo White, threo actions, dismissed on
motion of the Commonwealth.
Monitor Stoo Company vs. Frank
Newell, dismissed on plaintiff's motion.
Citizens Bnnk of Dover vs. J. C.
Love, dismissed on plaintiff's motion.
It. A. Carr vs. Ed. Ncsbitt, dismissed
on plaintiff's motion.
Master Commissioner A. G. Sulsor
produced his financial roport to the
court which was ordered filed.
A jury trial having been demanded
by tho parties named bolow, tho follow
ing actions arc now set for trial at the
present term, to-wit:
Thursday, Dccombor 10.
M. J. Donovou vs. City of Maysville.
M. J. Donovan vs. City of Maysville.
Haley vs. City of Maysville.
Friday, December 11.
Holland & Chalkloy vs. Malono et al.
Doyle k Chalkloy vs. Wills & Ma
lono. Saturday, December 12.
William Edgar vs. James Mackey.
Monday, Decomber 14.
Grimes vs. Taylor.
Tollo vs. C. & O. Railroad Company.
Wednesday, Docombcr 16.
G. W. McDaniel vs. City of Mnysvillc.
Thursday, December 17.
Reynolds vs. William Poe.
Friday, Decomber 18.
Elizabeth Nanz vs. Model Laundry
Monday, Decomber 21.
Am vs. 0. & O. 'Railroad Company.
Monday, December 28.
George Kritz vs. Frank Gallenstein
Monday, January 1.
E. II. Bryant vs. C. & O. Rcjllroad
C. 0. Author vs.'Elmor Downing.
Tuesday, January 5.
Day's Administrator vs. Leo.
Wednesday, January 6.
Sarah Roscr vs. Moprlien Brewing
Boler vs. Browning. i
Br.xant vs. L. T. Anderson.
Thursday, January 7.
Comer "Vs. Carpenter.
Carpenter vs. Comor."
Friday, January 8.
Rcnaker vs. Adnins Express
Louisvillo W. II. Company vs. Joseph
Clcrko S. Finch vs. C. & CV. Railroad
Monday, January 11.
Morris vs. Houcheus.
Tuesday, January 12.
Mark vsi Caughlin.
Domin vs. Caughlin.
BULL-PEN' ' STILL
Rev. W. T. Brooks, one of tho threo
famous Brooks Brothers, evangelists,
was hero Monday to viow tho native
plnco of his ancestors. His grand
mother was a daughter of .Tuck Ander
son, famous slave trader beforo tho war,
who owned the farm now owned by
Dan II. Lloyd and othor lands adjoin
ing. It is said tho slavo "bull-pen"
he built in slavery times is still stand
ing on the Lloyd fnrm. Row Brooks
was tho guest of Sam N. Truo, who
drovo him through the county.
Thopp oouslni oilt west or book
oast you don't loar from them
so often now. "SJ'ou each havo
now friends, now interests. But
nftor all, blood is thicker than
Nvntcr and your I picture and pic
tures of tho ohor members of
your family wtlulil bo wolcomed
by them especially for Christ
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
Tho Laldos' Aid Socloty .of tho
Orangeburg Christiin church will givo
an oyster and ico l-rcam suppor at tho
church on tho ovcijing of Dccombor 10.
5 CENTS 5c
WHERE YOU SEE
THE BlIG STARS
PLANS REAL CRIMP
IN TOBACCO TRUST
Washin Jrton. Representative Can-
trill of Kentucky is planning two lines
of attaeW on tho tobacco trust, which
ho accusi's of manipulating tho tobac
co mnrkiK in Kentucky and forcing
down prices to a lovol which will not
pay tho I cost of production.
Cantrill says ho intends to go right
after tlifa trust, which was theoretical
ly dissilvcd a few years ago by tho
Supreml Court, and which, according
to Camrill, is showing such huskiness
at pre-lint as to lead to u quey as to
the cffl'ctiveness of tho order of disso
Cautfrill intends first to tako tho mat
ter uji 'through tho Department of Jus
tice alid ask the Attorney General to
conduct an investigation through its
auent Jr. If tho department doubts its
own ipower ho will next move on Con-
gress'and ask for a Congressional in
vestigation, looking toward the ennct
mentl of legislation that would put a
real crimp in tho tobacco trust.
BUJSY TIMES AT MAYSVILLE.
(Ciileinnntl Western Tobacco Journal.),
TUmorroTT will bo a busy day for tho
loohtt leaf tobacco market of Maysville,
KjK as It will bo tho opening salet
d.vM for tho 1914 season.
horo will bo a largo numbor of !ny-
er-Hat tli'o initial sale, every largo man
ufucturor will bo represented, as well
affiiiaiiy tobacco brokers and dealers,
aijoong whom will bo tho representative
firm of, tho J. B. Hoizer Company.
Ilhe head of this firm has climbed from
trao worming of tobacco in tho Hold to
I Ming ono of tho leading leaf tobacco
lealers and brokers of burley tobac
p, who is and has been for years nj
drgo buyer on the Cincinnati market.
Thoy have an up-to-date modern ro
'arvlnir nlant. with all the latest enuln-
Inont, and a capacity for redrjing 80,
000 pounds a day. Mr. Hcber gives his
personal attention to every detail of
tho business, id thoroughly familiar
with overy grado for domestic and ox
port use, and wo might add, aro finan
cially ablo to handlo nny business
placed with thorn.
WAR IS ON IN BASEBALL WORLD.
Now York, Dccembor 7. If advance
statements on what should bo done Is
Indlcatiro of what to expect, drastic
action will be taken by tho National
Commission, tho National Leaguo and
tho. International Leaguo hero this
week with regard to methods adopted
by Federal Leaguo promoters and the
jumping of players to tho now orgnn
lsation. Without exception, every club
owner on his arrival hero has had
somotilng to say concerning tho Fed
erals, and tho Federals, not to bo out
dono, havo let it bo known that a club
may bo placed in Now York City noxt
FRANK'S TATE UP TO GEORGIA
Washington, December 7. Tho Su
premo Court today refused to issue a
"" rQvlew Loo M. Frank's coiivlc
Inrdor of Mary Fhagan, an
- ' VAIBKtJ'lH
Re-Elocts M. M. Gary President Com
mittee Appointed To Havo L. &
N, Railroad Rcstoro Trains
Recently Takon Off.
At a meeting last evening at the
Central Hotol of tho Maysville Tobac
co Association, tho following ollicors
were olectod for tho coming yenr:
Prosidont M. M. Gary.
Vlco Prosidont E. T. Kirk.
Socrotary-Trcasuror J. C. Rains.
Executive Committoo II. D. Ellis, J.
C. Burwoll, J. B. Thomas.
Arbitration Committee J. N. Kchrto,
li. T. Gnebko, Robert Wells.
Sales Committee M. M. Gary, E. T.
Kirk, 0. M. Jones.
Supervisor of Sales W. E. Clift.
A committeo consisting of W. H.
Robb, J. N. Kehoo and A. L. Powers
was appointed to tako up with tho L.
& N. railroad tho matter of restoring
tho trains recently taken off.
In a Good Drama Today
Mr. Ben Wilson
In Edison Drama
- A - IT
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
Lodz Is Taken By tho Germans
Petrograd, December 7.-Tho Rus
sinus admit today that the Germans
havo captured and hold lio-l, ar. im
portant railroad center on tho i.id to
Germans hae succeeded m western
Poland in tactics which fauod on tho
Franco-Belgian frontier. They h. vo
thrown denso masses of troops agaiist
tho Russian center and by suei ssivo
shocks battered down tho Ru-.si.iii de
fenses, taking Lod.
Roumanla Joins tho Allies.
Geneva, December 7. Tho Journal
Do Geneva publishes a dispatch from
Bucharest which says that Koumauia
has djjlnltely decided to enter the war
on the side of tho allies.
Germans Destroy Noted Monastery.
Pnris, December 7. A dispatch to
the Havas Agency from Petrograd
"Tho Gormans have destroyed tho
monastery of Lonozyca, about fifteen
miles northwest of Lodz, which has
been in oxisteuco for a thousand years,
on tho pretext that the ringing of tho
Angelus was a signal to tho Russians
Tn tho attack a priest and two monks
1880 AN UNUSUAL EVENT. 1914.
Yesterday nftomoon tho homo of
Mrs. E. 0. 1-hister was the sceno of a
happy occasion, the twenty-ehjhth an
niversary of "Tho King's Daughters'
of tho Episcopal church. A nnlnber of
tho charter members were present with
zeal and interest, as fresh and keen as
when tho organization wa.i founded in
1880. Personal friendships hnvo grown
sweeter and strongor during theso
many years nnd theso factors largely
account for'tho porfect harmony winch
characterizes this socloty. After greet
ings, Mr. Harry C. Curran read admir
ably a Christmas story. This was fol
lowed by a synopsis of the work dono
during the year, read b the chairman,
Miss Amy Phistor. Thou oosial corner
sation and dolightful refreshments.
Tho meeting clod with a -recitation
of tho beautitudes "in unison.
Leave-takings caino all too soon, and
so tho twenty-eighth anniversary now
becomes .1 sweet memory lp tho Ji story
of tho society.
MASON COUNTY COURT.
Tho sottlomonts filed at tho last term
of court and held ovor until this term
for oxceptlons wero confirmed ami or
dered to bo recorded, no exceptions hav
ing been taken thereto.
Several settlements wcro produced
in court to bo fllod nnd wero laid over
until tho noxt term for exceptions.
John R. Dowulng, WR. Osborne and
Thomas Stevens wero appointed to ap
pralso tho porsonnl estato of Rov. W.
W. Hall, docoasod. ,
A papor bearing dato of Novombor
10, 191 1, and purporting to bo tho last
will and tostnmont of C. II. Harrison,
deceased, was produced In court nnd
filed. Tho duo execution of said paper
was proven by tho testimony of D. M.
Halfhlll and L. M. Collis, ntjtoatlng
witnesses thereto, and was admitted to
pr6bato, Alinnio 0. Harrison, willow of
fluodont, and named in tho will its exec
utrix, qualled, as suoh without bond,
" 1 I Al n1
was requestou in, me win,
WILSON AGAIN UN
GRESS ON HIS HANDS
Washington, December 7. Tho Six
ty-third Congress ro-assomblcd today
for its third nnd concluding session.
President Wilson will dollvor his an
nual Address in person tomorrow from
the rostrum in tho hall of tho Houso bo
foro a joint session, outlining tho ad
ministration program. Until that is
fully disclosed, tho work which will bo
undertaken during tho comparatively
few remaining days in tho life of this
Congress, which dies at noon, March 4,
remains undefined, except that tho usu
al appropriation bills aro likely to re
ceive first and chiof nttontion.
MISSION SERVICES THIS EVE
NINO. Religious servico at tho City Mis
sion this evening at 7:110. Rev. J. M.
Simpson wi'l bo in chnrgo. All welcome,
"HARBOR OF LOVE"
The Phantom Light"
2 Parts, With WILLIAM CLIFFORD and MARIE WALCAMP
"The Cruel, Cruel World"
With Louise Pazenda
Unsettled tonight and tomorrow,
probably rain In south and rain In
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens 9c
Old Roosters 7c
Fat Ducks 19c
Rabbits (d07cn) 75c
Cincinnati, 0., Dec. 7.
Wheat steady, $1.101.17; corn firm,
MGAYie; oats steady, l9K,-'0,i ')''
Hog receipts 4,499, market steady;
packers and butchors, $0.590.7o; com
mon to ehoico, $o.50C25; pigs and
lights, $5G; stags, $1.505.7o. Cat
tlo receipts 2,190, market lower; steers,
$4.507.7.'5; heifors, $4.257.25; cows,
.3.25G; calves steady, $i.590.50.
Sheep receipts 1,000, market slow; $2.50
l..')0; lambs slow, $5'5Q7.50.
Chicaso Liyo Stock.
Hog receipts 40,000, market dull;
bulk of sales, 10.007.20; light, $fi.:!5
7.30; mixed, t0.557.30; heavy, $0.50
7.20; rough, $0.500.fl."5; pigs, $1.50
7. Cattle receipts 18,000, market un
settled; nativo steers, 5.9519.C9.
A singlo man is innocent until you
can provo him guilty. A married man
iy guilty until ho can provo to his wlfo
that ho is innocent, and even then ho
i under suspicion.
AivnHumtntt tu.utr ntading, not exceedtni
tu Hnti, 10 rentt tuih mitrtlm, or !0 cetxti a vietk
NOTICE Tobacco men, when in
Maysvillo you aro cordially invited
to stop at tho Kentucky Hotol.
Rates $1 por day. Recently ropur
chased by Charles Mullikin. lwdecS
AdrrrHtrmmlt under thlt hrtulinp. not exetrjlng
HV4 Itnti, 10 ccntt eucA tmertlun, or to ecntt u week.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Two furnished front rooms with bath
room in connection. Will bo ronted
cither singly or double. Apply to
Mrs. J. P. Nash, 207 West Second
AJverttttmenti under Md heading tmerteil free;
but advert tier I mutt urntih (An copy.
LOST Ono stamped linen book cover,
Novombor 20; finder please return
to Merz Bros.
LOST Child's rcdllngored glove, bo
twoen Baptist church and post'ofllco;
plcnso loave at this ofllce. Mra.
Advertltetnr.nXt under lAli keutttng Innrted fru:
tut advertUcri muitfurtil$h the repy,
POUNDSilvor mesh pockotbook; owu
Or may havo same by calling at this
Do Your Shopping Early! ,
Avoid the Rusli. Get
Christmas Goods arc horo add the ariety of real holiday pros
5 cuts is grcator than over before
H A lino of Gloves that cannot bo excelled in nny city.
Hosiery of overy kuowu reliable brand, for ovory size and purso
H from 10c to $1.50 pair.
H Ribbons that aro hcr0 especially for holiday trade, 10c to $2 yard.
Dross Goods for every moinbor of the family, from Co Ginghams
H "p. to tho oxcluslvo patterns and styles of Silks and Cropo do Chines,
go Novelties tlio very latest In Collars, Collar and Cuff Sots, (Beads
Purses, Hair Ornaments, Windsor Ties, Ornaments, Waist Goods", Ho
J sli'ry, Gloves, all attractively boxed for holiday trade.
ay You can not nll'ord to miss seoing our goods.
: ROBERT L. HOEFLICH
H 211 AN 213 MARKET STREET
Francis X. Bushman
"The Private Officer"
Drama in Two Parts
JOSEPH HEISER POST ELECTS
At n meeting of Joseph neiser Post
No. 13, G. A. R., held last evening at
the homo of Mr. John Shepard in East
Fourth street, tho v following ollicers
wcro elected for tho ensuing o.ir:
P. C G. W. Chambers.
S. V. C Thomas Biorlcy.
J. V. C G. A. Boehn.
Adjutant J. M. Shepard.
Q. M. II. C. Dietrich.
Sergeant S. P. Bridges.
Chaplain G. A. Harding.
O. I). Madison Brown.
O. S. .Tames Piirdcn.
Delegnto to Department Encamp
ment Thomas Bierley.
Altcrnnte Lewis Lehman.
MISSION MEETING TOMORROW
The regular monthly meeting of the
City Mission board will lie held in the
Mission Homo Wednesday, Decembor
9, at 2 p. in., sharp. A full attendance
is urgently requested. 2t
Once Again We Salute You
and announce our readiness to receive your TOBACCO and
give you the benefit of our years of experience in making you a
li 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. 6. RAINS, Secty.-Treas.
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
l ANY MAN
J YOU'RE BUYING CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR WILL LIKE THE
J THINGS YOU'LL FIND HERE. 0
J THE REAL PROBLEM IN CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR A MAN
W is TO FIND THE THING THE MAN REALLY WANTS MOST, AND A
W NEXT TO THAT, TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO S
$ A HART, SOHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, OVERCOAT OR BAL- J
MAOAAN WOULD BE A CHOICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR JJ
ANY MAN USEFUL, SERVICEABLE AND STYLISH.
SHOES ARE ALWAYS USEFUL, SO WHY NOT BUY HIM A
m NICE PAIR OF STETSON OR OROSETTS FOR OHRISTMAS7
THESE ARE GIFTS THAT ARE REALLY APPRECIATED.
a MAKE Tins STORE YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HEAD-
Z QUARTERS FOR GIFTS FOR MEN. 4
9 i 3
J. WESLEY LEE,
2 TH 600D CLOTHES MAN,
What You Really Want, a
Beatriz Michelena and
House Peters in
FIRST DISTRICT PARENT-TEACHER
There will bo a meeting of tho First
District Parent-Teacher Association at
the school building on Wednesday aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock.
All members urged to attend.
Bar8at Jewelry 0 Clocks
G. A. McCarthy is thinking of clos
ing out business and retiring, therefore
all prices are reduced. It will pay
you to call and see.
Herbert Prior and Bliss Milford in
"GRAND OPERA IN RUBEVILLE."
(Two part Edison Comedy.)
Lillian Walker and Hughio Mack in
"THE WIFE STRATEGY."
Gift Giving fc
MAYSVILLE'S POPULAR BOOK STORE
229 MARKET STREET.
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