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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
PICK THE WINNER.
The foolish man sits down
. Without tho wish to strho,
And twirls his thumbs and WAits
Tor good luck to arrive.
The wlso man boars his arms
And works to make tho way
A smooth one for tho good
Luck that may como Bomo day.
THOMAS Ii. EWAN Sr COMPANY
SELL LARGE FARM.
fe Thomas L. Ewnn & Company, the
ISMavsvillo real cstato agents, sold
TMonday for Marion M. Rhodes of
-.VAWnvin hn fnrm of 2.10 acres, lo-
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Scented on tho Jawing Station ana Jvans
jt. Mills turnpike, two miles irom l.nza
villo. to Wood A. Browning of Elia-
ltYille, formerly a Mason county man.
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JS, This is ono 01 tne ucst imnrovcu
j'-farms in Fleming county and is said
L to havo moro fresh tobacco land than
any farm of Us' size in this section of
PJ- This midwinter land deal is a pointer
F 1a nnl tlmna rfnminir
-ua tu uiw (,vn fc... .... ..0.
(Land is land theso days and is
EvOAPTAIN LESLIE HILL IS HOME.
(Ai)ordcen Gretna Grceu.)
Captain Leslie Hill of the U. S. Gold-
ETfin Rod arrived hero last hnturuay to
xjjpciiil a ictv nuuivB iiu icwiinn "
pins been in the Iowa district the past
Byoar. Leslie has now boon In the em-
Lploy of the government for about eight
lyears on the steamer Golden Rod. He
j "is not only a good steamboat man but
a' clover gentleman.
-HON. W. D. COOHRAN, GOVERNOR
fy OF KENTUCKY, SOUNDS
ST - Mr. W. D. Cochran of Maysville va
r in Lexington yesterday. Some mighty
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looks like a Governor ought to look, but
V? Mr. Cochran says ho is too busy to even
p. think about running for oillce.
.ANOTHER MAYSVILLE BOY IS
Mr. E.irl Dnia of Cleveland. O., is
hore to spend the Christmas holidays
ith his mother, Mrs. Alice Dora of
fj'prest avenue, nnd other relative. Earl
TJs makina cood in Cleveland is now em-
f?pliycd by the Virst Xntional Bank in
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho For
di est Avenuo M. K. church will meet
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with
jc' Mrs. A. F. Felts of East Second street.
Glance Down (be Cine
English Jewel Cases
English Riding Birdies
Como and see the beautiful lino of English goods we aro
selling for a mero song. Beautiful Pocketbooks, Driving
Bridles, Halters, Jewel Cases, Bill Books, Dog-Leads, Dog
Collars, etc., etc. It's a rare treat just to see them.
YOURS FOR A MERRY OHRISTMAS.
Swear, rum and iuicv. Oaly lfo a dozen. ,
Oh ctrttdtJ! 1UMIM are
TOBACCO MARKET LIVELY
Despite tho Zero Woathcr Sales Yes
terday 68,440 Pounds Pricos
A total of 08,110 pounds were sob
on tho local market yesterday. Most
nf Uio tnlmcpo offered was in better con
dition than last week's offerings, while
some wot tobacco continues to como
in. This is not wanted by the buyers,
eonscque'ntlylt brings a low price.
Tho market as a whole continues
steady. A report in dotnll follows:
Pounds sold .' 12,425
High price $13.23
Low price 2.(50
Crop of W. T. Sears, Bull Creek, av
eraged $12.02. Condition and quality
of offerings only fair.
Pounds sold llir'80
High price S16.00
Low prico 2.S0
Market strong; tobacco medium.
Crop of A. G. Adams, Springdalo, nv
oraged $1:5.57; crop of Calvin Cr.v
craft, Sardls, averaged $13.
Light sales; quality poor.
Pounds "sold 12,100
High prico $18.50
Low price 2,00
Market strongest of season; tobac
co good. Crop of Willinm Hineman,
Greenup, Ky., averaged $12.20; crop
of Ryan nnd Bradford, Springdalo, av
eraged flfl.lKi; crop of J. W. Kimball,
Springd.ile, averaged $11.
Pounds sold 11,043
High price If1(5-00
Low prico ' U0
Market spirited. Crop of James
Rouse, Brown county, Ohio, averaged
Farmers and Planters.
Pounds .sold 10.010
High price ..." 1,5-
Low price 2.00
Market strong, considering quality
of tobacco, which was mostly poor.
TO MEET WITH MRS. BERRY.
The Ladies Aid Society of tho First
Bi.ptist church will meet this after
noon at 2 o'clock at tho homo of Mrs.
W. T. Berry in Wood strcqL
Christmas presents in Mandolins,
Guitars, Violins and Music Stands nt
I Gee, this is tough 1
Ingersoll Watches s
Roger's 18-47 Silver Knives,
Forks and Spoons ,
Aluminum Knives and Forks
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the very bt oith gwrtiAn
KAISER IMPROVED AND
WILL REDOUBLE HIS
Paris On tho Blink.
(Paris, December 15. All the street
lamps in Parts wero extinguished at
midnight. Two Zeppelin diriglblo bal
loons aro said to havo been sighted at
Amiens proceeding in tho direction of
Gormans Intrenching Thomsolves.
Rotterdam, December 15. Tho news
paper La Belgiquo says that tho retreat
of tho Gormans townrd prcpnred posi
tions cast of tho Yscr is confirmed.
Masses of troopg hnvo boon concen
trated along a lino embracing Brugos,
Thlelt and Courtral, with general head
quarters at Thiolt.
England Roady For Touton Invasion.
London, December 15. Goncrnl Ba-don-Powell
shares tho opinion of many
other military experts who bclicvo that
Germany fully expects to invade Eng
land. Ho expects that tho kaiser will di
rect his activities toward tho commer
cial cities in tho north of England,
rathor than toward London nnd tho re
sort cities of tho south.
In tho opinion of Goncrnl Baden
Powell, tho German emperor will on
dcavor to land at least 00,000 troops in
"I knew that the general idea is,"
said Gencrnl Baden-Powell, "that the
attempt to invado England will be
mndo on tho coast of Norfolk or Suf
folk. Personally, I think that the
Yorkshire coast is more likely, for tho
Oermans will first desiro to invado tho
Industrial centers of tho north.
Poland Doclarcd To Bo Becoming An
other Belgium In Suffering.
Pctrograd, December 13. Through
great snowdrifts in tho rogion west of
Win saw tho Germans aro hurling COO,
000 men upon tho Russian line, from
Ilowa Glowno. In tho greatest attempt
that they havo yet made- to open tho
way to tho capital of Poland.
They aro making night and day at
tacks. Poland is fast becoming another Bel
gium in point of suffering, while the
opposing nrmics drive each other back
uud forth occupying and reoccupying
cities and villages and inflicting on the
inhabitants bombardment after bom
More than 300 Polish towns have
been ruined, according to various ac
counts. Each army accuses tho other
of looting and cruelty.
NEXT TO COLDEST DECEMBER ON
(Tuesday's Lexington Leader.)
It develops that just 13 years ago to
day, December furnished a counterpart
of the frigid weather of this morning,
when tho mercury weut just a shado
lower, and most people who shivered in
tho cold gray dawn of this morning aro
ready to petition the weather clork to
postpone n repetition of tho brand for
another 13 years.
ACCIDENTALLY OUT HIMSELF.
Mr. John Coughlin of East Second
streot returned from his farm yestorday
with a lot of fresh meat and while cut
ting samo up tho knlfo slipped, cutting
a deep gash in his wrist. Tho shock of
tho cut togethor with tho intense cold
caused him to faint, and Dr. Brand was
called and soon brought him around all
right. Ho is still housed up this morn;
ing, but is reported resting well.
JACK FROST IS KINO.
Last night was tho coldest of tho
winter, but this morning the mercury
showed 3 degrees warmer than Tues
day morning, tho figure being 0 degrees
There Is much suffering among the
poor of this city because of thoTuteuso
BURGLAR KILLS ATLANTA LAW
YER. Atlanta, On., Dccembor 15. Charles
B, Reynolds, a lawyer, was shot and
almost instantly killed early today in
a revolver battlo with a burglar In his
homo hero. Reynolds fired four times
before bo was killed. Tho burglar es
caped. The auctioneer at tho Homo waro
houso is Colonol O. O, Ruckor, one of
the best In tho business. It's worth
a visit to go out and "hear him" soli
The coasting continues fine and tho
kids aro enjoying It on "West Fouith,
Market. JLimeitouo nnd West Third
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Coal, West Virginia Lump Coal
It has been the General Opinion that GOOD COAL could not be
had from the Railroads. You can get any grade of COAL you want
by Rail. Wc have started with the BEST that can be had from the
MINES and we will always sell the BEST GRADES. We guarantee
your Satisfaction. Remember, you can get the BEST from us just as
CHEAP as you can get a cheaper grade from others. A Trial ORDER
will convince YOU.
And Remember, we are leaders in
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
and we have the Largest and Best Equipped Planing MILL in North
eastern Kentucky. Your Satisfaction Guaranteed on every Purchase
made from us. i
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Socond and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVIUJE, KY,
A. A. McLaughlin, L. N. Beiian.
MASON CIRCUIT COURT.
Yesterday In the Mason Circuit Court
tho followingcasos woro disposed of:
In tho enso of Miko Brown agninst
Thomas Morgan it wna adjudged that
tho plaintiff, Miko Brown, recover from
tho defendant, Thomas Morgan, tho
sum of $231 with 6 per cent interest
thereon from August 1, 1013, uutil paid,
and his costs.
In tho enso of Thomas Mulliklu
agninst Thomas Ifyan it was adjudged
that tho plaintiff, Thomas Mullikin, ro
cover of tho defendant, Thomas llyan,
tho sum of 200 with C per cent in
terest from August 2j, 1008, and tho
further owing $300.19 nnd 0 per cent
interest from October 15, 1008, and his
costs in theso actions.
In the cnRO of O rimes and Stakelin
against Hobert Taylor it was adjudged
that tho plaintiff recover of tho defend
ant tho sum of $f!1.20 with (i per cent
interest from December lo, 1911, and
Jn tho case of John B. Shaw against
C. & O. Railway Company, tho de
fendant produced and tendered its bill
of exceptions and it was ordered to lie
oer for exceptions.
IIAD RUN FOR NOTHING.
A small blazo at tho homo of Wood
1 judorbaek near Poguo's distillery last
night hhout 7 o'clock caused Tiro Com
ini.y No. 1 an unnecessary run, as the
tir1) was extinguished before the de
partment reached tho scene
Oysters, Cranberries, Tigs, Dates,
Fruits aud Nuts at John OMCoefo's.
Two Plums From the
Flfty-four-lnch, fine oven twill, firmly woven menton In
African brown with a dash of color. Reduced from $1.75 to $1.25.
British toupo faillo with an Invisible strlpo, 42 Inches wide.
Reduced from 85c to 59c.
Each Item is a convincing demonstration of our unusual
values. Send Santa Claus here for dress goods where he will find
the largest stock in town.
Any towel in the lot will ho troasured by a woman who loves
pretty things for nor home. Deslras now and aro attractive.
Turkish, damask and huck. Somo laco trlmmod, others embroid
ered. 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.
SEEKERS OF GLOVES
For gifts should sea our splendid stock in kid for women,
color and slzo rango.
color and slzo rango. I
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slt's a Lon
: But a Short Time to Christmas Merry
Don't ibis beautiful snowy weather put the Christmas spirit into you? This should
indeed be a glorious Christmas, for peaces reigns supreme over our shores. Make
someone awfully happy by giving .
A NEW WARM COAT $4.98 TO $25.
A WARM WOOL SWEATER $1 TO $6.
A BOX OF "HOLEPROOF" SOX $1.50.
A PAIR OF GLOVES 25c TO $1.50.
A PAIR OF BLANKETS 75c TO $7.50.
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0 .J. "DOLLY DHVOPLB" WITH A
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HEAR HIM---WH0 IS HE?
Sylvostor A. Long, tho popular nnd
i exporioncod lecturer, will bo at tho
High School Wednesday night, Decern-
I bor 10. After having appeared at Aus
tin, Minn., for five different times, tho
Herald of that city says, "Long leads.
Porlinps tho most popular all-round lec
turor on our program." Tho fact that
ho has appeared several times on the
platform of such cities ns Canton,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and
Washington is evidence of his popu
larity and charms. His lectures ar
said to bo "Mosaics of groat truths
laid in a comont of humor." Reserved
seats at "Williams Drug Store.
D. HECttlNGER & GO.
IN ANTICIPATION OF THE CHARITY BALL AND OTHER DANCES FOLLOWING IT, WE HAVE
PROVEJED FOR YOU AN ELEGANT LINE OF DRESS SUITS, WHITE AND FANCY DRESS VESTS,
DANCING PUMPS, GLOVES, ECKWEAR, DRESS SHIRTS AND ALL MANNER OF ACCESSORIES
TO A GENTLEMAN'S DRESS WEAR.
WE ARE GRATDTD3D THAT MANY OF OUR PEOPLE ARE COMING IN AND BUYING CHRIST
MAS GDTTS. REMEMBER, ALL YOU BUY HERE IS PRACTICAL. USEFUL AND AT TIES SAME TDME
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL BATH ROBES AND HOUSE COATS
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR STOCK OF LEATHER GOODS. WE ARE SELLING LOTS IN THIS DEPARTMENT.
$ (p0' j
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Toys! Toys! Toys!
NKVFIt BEFORE HAVE WE MARKED OUR GOODS AS LOW TO
MEET THE MOST EXACTING DEMANDS.
PLEASE LOOK US OVER AND WE WILL MEET YOUR NEEDS.
AS LONG AS THEY LAST, WITH EVERY $1 PURCHASE, OR '
OVER, OF CHRISTMAS GOODS, WE WILL GIVE A GAME OF BASE
BAliL. VALUE 25c.
. r. KACKLEV & CO.
WILLIAMS' COUGH SYRUP
A pleasant and reliable remedy for Coughe,
Colds, Croup, HoaipenesB, Whooping Cougb,
Difficult Breathing, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore
Throat and all affections of the pulmonary organs.
An absolutely safe remedy for old and yonng.
M. JF. WILLIAMS
VERITABLE MOUNTAIN OF GOLD.
Donvor, Col. Stories that bring moro
thrills than accounts of mighty battles
in Europo and causo old prospectors
ard would bo prospectors to gapo with
wonder, aro coming in from Cripple
Cieek, where it is declared tho Cres
son strike has led to a gold mine 1,200
feet deep, where tho precious metal in
its virgin purity runs in somo places in
small rivulets of grains.
Dress Goods Tree I
If Santa Claus desires tho maximum valuo in furs and wants
to know what he la buying, ho can safely come here for we sell
furs by their real names for Just what they are.
Children's sots $1.25 to $5. Women's sets, $72 to $25.
Muffs, 22 to $15.
Yarn dyed black gloria cloth, tapo edged. Plain, natural
wood handles or silver trinmed. For men and women.
For women to give each othor. In Christmas boxes, Night
Gowns $1, Corsot Covers, 50c, Aprons 50c, Boudior Caps, 50c,
Blouses $1, Boudoir Slippers, 50c
Way to Tipperary:
A BLANKET ROBE $1.49.
A BLACK MUFF $3.08 TO $16. ,
A PAIR OF "KAYSER" SILK HOSE $1.50.
A PRETTY RUG 98c TO $16.
A DAINTY NIGHT GOWN $1.25.
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WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING.
There will be a meeting of tho Wo
man's Club this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. Tho members of tho vn
rious committees aro requested to bo
MRS. ABNER IIORD, President.
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