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1 You can select a now suit or ovor
coat from our whlo assortment and
ntako yoursolf happy.
' In doing so, you will accomplish
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Glaus and of dolivonng a prosont
A STYLEPLUS will keep s.iylng
"Morry Christmas" to you for
months to come. If you don't want
to keep tho money you save, you
jf" can buy somo presents and play
Santa Ulaus on tho lamiiy.
Como in now and got a now suit
for your Christmas.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
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HERE AND THERE
II you hare IrleDih Ylsitlnf 7011, or II you ore
f oinf on 1 "ail pit oi trap us a
not .olhot effect.
Ilss Lulu Baugh is clerking at
'KccuVs store (luring tho liuliifay
MIss Jo$sio Kerr has returned froir
K' ten days' visit to her parents at
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'5Mlss Mary Peed has returned froir
visit with hor sister, Mrs. Albert
EfMiss Lulu Baugh has returned home
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Bvitli relatives at Cincinnati.
Mrs. Georgo Wood Owens has gone
Vi T.nlinnnn Tnil.. fn snnnil tlirt holiday
Kvirli her mother. Mrs. C. I). O'Uear.
Mr. Harry Otto is homo from State
University, Lexington, to spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Otto of East Second street.
mOOO.OOO FOR OHIO RIVER
pock and Dam Work and Channo
Washington, December 10. The new
Friyors and harbors bill completed today
,0trrfTrte-;,CS 1,000 for tho Ohio
, river and as tho-sundiy civil bill will
,csrry $3,200,000 more, thero will In
$3,834,000 available for tho improve
juent of tho river. Tho committee pio
Vides $5,000,000 to continue tho Avork
;on looks and dams, and $034,000 to
gtnoral open channel improvement. It
ia estimated tho total amount in the
frlvors and harbors bill will approach
GIVEN $12,500 DAMAGES FOR TER-
B For injuries received when an iroi
bar penetrated bis nudomen wjiiio un
filer a turn table at the round hotio,
a jury in Kenton Circuit, Judgo V. M.
iVrnev'- court, awarded Gcorce Korn-
IIUU.U VOIUICI lur 9.,uuu iiguumi. ni
! & O. railroad. Tho suit was for
COLD STOPPING STOCK DIS.EABU.
Tho "continued cold weather is prov
ing to bo tho strongest ally of the gov
ernment in tho fight against foot and
(jfntfuth disdUse, according to inspectors.
WHOLESALE MURDER IN MEXICO
Washington. December 10. Ono bun-
died and fifty Mexicans, many of them
onco prominent ofiicially, have beou se
cretly executed in Mexico City within
tho last few dnys.
GERMAN ANIMAL CENSUS.
Germany's animal census shows that
Win number of beef cattle, calves and
(keep has decreased since 1007, tho
leoreaso in sheep amounting to 25 po
Attacked By German Fleet 18 Killed
and Tight Little Isle Is Shaken Up
London, December Id. A illspatct
from Scarborough passed by tho Lon
don censors says that 18 people were
killed at Scarborough today by tho
bombardment of Gorman warships.
London, December 10. A German
fleet mado a sudden dash into tho
North sea today, shelled Scarborough
and Hartlepool, Whitby and Red Car,
Kriglish const towns on the North sea,
n.'iu engaged certain units of the Brit
Several people wore killed and ninny
lour German cruisers appeared olT
.Scarborough at an early hour and bo
gau to bombard tho town.
It is apparent that they lind no dilli
iiilt in dropping shells into the city.
Panic seized the people and many
of them lied fiom their homes.
The lesidents of Hartlepool wero
amused from their sleep by the sound
of a heavy gun firing.
They Hocked to the streets and then
nude their way to the beach to learn
what was going on.
In a fow moments shells from Gcr
D'ar. criusprs began dropping into
Ilaitlepool, whoreupou tho crowd along
the shoro broke for shelter.
J'linic also showed itself at this point.
Pear took possession of the people and
many of them ab.indoned their homes
aru tied inland.
200 Miles From London.
The news of this naal raid was an
nounced by the 'British admiralty
shcitly before 11:110 o'clock this mom
ing and threw London into tho great
est state of excitement that has pre
vailed since the outbreak of tho war.
Assorts Kaiser Has Diphtheria.
Paris, December 10. A Madrid dis
patch, published in tho .lournal, says:
"Heliablo news received hero says
that Emperor William's condition, al
though recorded by the bulletins as mi
p'oved, is giving gre.it anxietx. His
t'oitors speak of a serious soro throat
following diphtheria, which tho em
peror contracted during a isit to tho
Two Gorman Cruisers Reported To Be
London, December 10. Ueports aro
cuirent in Loudon that two German
cruisers have been sunk in tho Xorth
144,000 Men Lost By the Belgians?
Berlin, December 10. Tho newspaper
I'igaro of Paris reports that the Bel
gini troops aro suffering from typhoid,
dxtentery and cholera. Thoir casual
t.cs since tho commencement of the
war have, been 25,000 killed, 52,001)
v minded, 35,000 captured and now
pnsoners in Germany and 32,000 in
tciied in Holland.
WE ARE FULL UP ON TURKEYS
AND NO MORE ARE WANTED
AFTER TODAY UNTIL FURTHER
KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE PA
PERS FOR PRICES.
E. L. MANCHESTER PRODUCE CO.
INJURED BY RUNAWAY TEAM.
While driving Weis' meat wagon on
Cirmel street, near H. M. Wallingford's
grocery store, yesterday about noon,
Mr. Prank Cooper was badly bruised
and had his back wrenched when a
runaway team rushed into tho wagor
and almost demolished it. lie is able
t.i get around this morning.
Miss McDougle's candy and fancy
Cinistmas articles for sale at Miss Lu
Candies, wholesale and retail; also
fancy box goods at O'Kcefe's.
A Ford for Christmas. If you nrc going to buy
a Ford, wliy not buy it now nnd make your family
a Christmas present they will appreciate? You
. will not have to buy them any other presents and
its cost will bajio higher than if you wait Mi'l
Spring. You can frelvn. world of x-omfort and pleas
ure out of it during tlr winter months. Others
do. Wo lmvo n special proposition for tbe first
three peoplo who place tl ir order for Christmas
delivery. "Will youjba onejof thorn?
HHTMLSBAIMi. v'112-116 Hailirtlt.
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WHEN WE MAKE OUR POR
TRAITS OF YOUR CHILDREN
Tho naturalness of expression 1?
manifest, in tho picture. Tho
happy littlo smilo, tho iunocout
looks that you know so well nre
a pnrt of tho portrait. A plea
sure in tho present and happy ro
mindors of babyhood in years to
Wo trust you can sparo a fow
moments to visit our studio,
which wo feel assured will con
vinco you that a sitting will bo
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
GOOD ROADS ELECTION IN
A 200,000 good roads bond ele-tion
laj been called for January 10, 1015,
in Greenup county.
The FARMERS PLANTERS
LED THE MAYSVILLE TOBACCO MARKET
THE FIRST WEEK'S SALES
BRING US A LOAD AND BE CONVINCED
This storo Is filled with tho goods you want to Kivo at holiday
Jl timo can bo used all tho year. Useful, ornamental, appreciated. j
Handkorchiefs of ovcry kind and price 2V2c up. Each tho gj
best possible at prico, and you know if thoy aro from Hocfllch's and
cost ovor a dimo they aro all-llncn. g
Ribbons of surpassing beauty lc to $2 per yard. gg
Hosiery is always apprcceited and hero aro tho best brands
for men, women and children. Most of them aro in holiday boxes, H
10c to $1.50 a pair. Our quartor goods aro unequalcd. gg
Dress Goods and Silks make handsouio presents, specially low M
in prico. Right now is the timo to buy. M
g Novoltics, Neckwear, Purses, Beads, Gloves, Laces, etc., in 5
Breat variety. i ,, ntf
II Towels, Tablo Covers, Rugs, Curtains, etc., make useful prcs-
cuts. Do your shopping early. 5
m Buy what will bo appreciated.
H Buy useful presents.
H Bo happy, mako others happy. S
S ROBERT L. HOEFLICH
5 211 JIND 213 MARKET STREET 5
WHERE YOU SEE
A GOOD SHOW
"Masks and Faces"
Biograph Drama in Two Parts
"He Wanted Work"
"The Gambler's Reformation"
Big Xmas Turkey Given Away
Tonight After First Show
COMING FRIDAY --"SCALES OF JUSTICE," IN FIVE PARTS
Li y mMmm& mtm tJkm hJmo
FOUR REELS 5c
With Norma Phillips A Drama of Good and Evil
"Funny Mr. Dingle"
MONDAY SHANNON AND KELCEY IN
"AFTER THE BALL"
FEATUTING TWO WELL-KNOWN SINGERS
ARE YOU SAVING COUPONS FOR THE
DOLL TO BE GIVEN AWAY XMAS?
IF NOT, START NOW. SEE IT
IN KACKLEY'S WINDOW
Paying Jewelry Business For Sale
I am offering my entire stock of WATCHES,
f CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
S JEWELRY, ETC., FOR SALE
If not sold by January 1st, will soil at AUCTION.
In the meantime everything goes at GREATLY RE
Large burglar proof safe, three splendid wall
5 cases, three Hat-top show cases, fine regulator.
Everything will be sold at a BARGAIN.
A lira Joyi'i, Alico Ilollistcr ami
Tom Moore in
'THE VAMPIRE'S TRAIL."
(Kuli'tu Drama ni Two I'.irK)
SELIG WEEKLY No. 73.
"THE SNAKEVILLE'S HOME
TOM MOORE TOMORROW NIGHT
The ronimitsion foi Relief in Hel
rnim announced that it would hence
forth pursue a country-wulo policy of
((signing ships to each stato of the
l"n ion asking for them.
Fair today and probably tomorrow.
A national leprosarium, under the
control of tho Public Health Sen ice,
was recommended to tho llouso Com
merce Committee by Surgeon General
In rcsponso to a request from Hrig
Gen. Uliss at Nnco, Ari., Secretary
Garrison ordered additional infantry
aim artillery sont to tho Mexican bor
Roprosentativo Morrisou of Indiana,
introduced a resolution in tho House
prtjosing a nationnl prohibition amend
incut to tho Constitution.
Representative Langiuy has two good
roudl bills for tho improvement of
Kentucky highways that he will intro
duce in Congress shortly.
i Women's Political Union com
mitteo called upon Secretary of State
Hrwm "to present a constructive plan
to prevent war."
The Canadinn steamer Sharon, load
ed w itli coal for England, a month over
d(.L, is belioved to' have btruck a. mine
ard gono down.
Strongtheniug of the voluuteor force
of tho United States through collegt
camps was urged by Gonoral Leonnrd
Povoral suits, including one in the
I'ederal court, wero filed against the
Arizona prohibition law.
CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS.
W. R. Warder, James N. Kirk and .T.
T Parker wero roport'ed by tho shorifT
be regular jurors nnd appeared and
took their goats.
Tho entiro day was takon up with
testimony and arguments of tho nttor
leys in tho enso of McDaniel against
tlu City of Mnysvillc. This suit is for
damngo resulting from tho wall of life
old Hunter mill falling onto tho resi
dence occupied by Mr. McDaniol. The
rase jvill probably bo concluded this
morning nnd tho enso of Niiiir against
tro Model Laundry Company will bjs
tukon up 1'rldny morning. .
Tho. Ladles' Aid Socjot.o tla Sto
end M. K, ctftroh, HouthJ. $lil'fmot
with Mrs. Sabi Kann&lwXOT. xWiW
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephoned ut
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
G.iugo l.'I." and falling.
Xo ico as yet.
Courier behind time; will bo in and
jot this aftornomi.
Old hens Uc
Old Roosters 7c
Tat Ducks 10c
Rabbits (per doz.) 11.50
Cattlo Receipts 050; good strong;
I'lhei grades steady and slow. Ship
pers, $0.25S; butcher steers, extra,
f7..'507.0."); good to choice, j"i.7.'i
7.1; common to fair, $t.."0.')..)(l;
heifers extra, 'f77.'-.'i; good to choice,
.i(iCSC.S.j; common to fair, I.U.').
Hogs Receipts 5,000; generally 10c
1 igl er. Selected heavy, 126.96.36.199;
jjood to choice jiaekers and butcheis,
7.0o7.10; mixed packers, ttl.757;
'itags, ; l.o05.i)j.
Sheep Receipts COO; strong. Extra
f1.757; good to choice, fi4.lJ5-t.75;
common to fair, $2.754.
Lambs Steady. l'tra, .$S; good to
( hoice, 7.507.00; common to fair
Bulls Steady. Bologna, $r.500;
uxtrn, $C.100.25; fat bulls, G0.23.
Calves Slow to a shade lower. Ex
tra, $10.25; fair to good, $7.750.75
common and large, $5.250.."0.
Butter steady, eggs firm, primo firsts,
27c; firsts, 24a3J,-,; seconds, 22c;
poultry firm, hens, 10ll',Ae; spring
es, 1214c; turkeys, loc.
Wheat firm, $1.171.1S; corn
steady, C4Vj05c; oats firm, li'j50c;
rye oasy, $1.101.12.
Now York OaU Monoy.
Call monoy easy, high 3; Iov 3;
ruling rnte, 3Uij last loan, 3'i, closing
lnii, 3; offered at 3i.
Wheat after opening one-eight off
to one-half up, decliued moderatoly nil
p round, anil thou held nt tho s.imo as
nst night to one-quarter below. Corn
Piiuncil from oneclulitli deelluu t6 ono
quarter? anvanc6nnd tlinfya fQlloiv
Cliilo down tonight from Portsmouth.
Tiicomn up tonight for l'onicroy and
SALES AT LEXINGTON.
Over 500,000 pounds of tobacco were
-( Id on tho Lexington market yester
dry at prices ranging from $1.50(fi)
Advrrtiitrienti tittner iAu Aforfjii?, not excttdtnt
1i Una, 10 rentl racn tmrrrtoii, or id crntt nvittk
WANTED Washing and ironing to do.
Mrs. W. II, ilollis, Commorco street.
Advrrtli'mrntt under thlt heading, not exeeedlng
lite line i, 10 eenti each Insertion, or 30 centi a week,
roil ItP.XT Two flats iii Hill IIouo
both front. Apply to Mrs. R. B.
Adiertt'emrntt under thlt heading inserted free;
but advei liters mutt umlih the copy.
LOST A "small gold" pin with" "A. P.
C." on it; finder jdoaso return to
LOST Noso glasses; leave at J. Jas.
Wood & Sons drug store and recelvo
LOST Piist Xitioual Bank book
containing 5 bill nnd $2 bill; also
few papers; pleaso return to Mrs,
Mary A. 0 113, Eastland, and receive
LOST Ono stamped linen book cover,
November 20; findor pleaso return
to Morz Bros.
LOST Silken vanity enso with "K
W. B." on it. Finder plenso return
to Eda Bigger, 130 West Second
sfreot. ' It D15.
LOST Seven dollars in currency $."
and $2, In East I'ourth street; finder
plenso rotum to this oflleo and rocolvo
reward. It was a littlo boy's Christ
inns monoy. 4t-D10
1 ug igntiy nigner prices nu irounu. i
AdverHttinentt under thtt hetuting inttrtel nee
tut adverlUrrt mutlfurnlih A ?W
'POINbKey and piioo bnitonoTiiu a
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ring: fownors,ray navofjmmoioy cay;
was the price secured by Ryan & Bradford of Mason
County for their Tobacco at the
We continue to sell the Most Tobacco at the High
est Prices and would be pleased to sell yours.
Prices have been better this week. We Guarantee
the top of the Market. We Sort and Sort Right.
RED LETTER SPECIAL SALE!
Guaranteed Enameled Ware
CD C"C A $10 Carving Set will be given away to the customer
A IVEEI presenting the largest total of RKD LETTER TAGS
representing the largest aggregate purchase of QUALITY BRAND
WARE during this RED LETTER SALE.
Values up to 81.50 for only 69c each during this sale.
Values up to 25c specially priced at only 9c while this sale lasts.
:m::r.s- "w. f. fowejir.
1 ANY MAN
m YOU'RE BUYING CHRISTMAS GIFTS TOR WILL LIKE THE
THINGS YOU'LL FIND HERE.
a THE REAL PROBLEM IN OHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR A MAN
J IS TO FIND THE THING THE MAN REALLY WANTS MOST, AND
J NEXT TO THAT, TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO
J A HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT, OVERCOAT OR BAL-
w MAOAAN WOULD BE A CHOICE OHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR
ANY MAN USEFUL, SERVICEABLE AND STYLISH.
0 SHOES ARE ALWAYS USEFUL, SO WHY NOT BUY HIM A
9 NICE PAIR OF STETSON OR OROSETTS FOR CHRISTMAS?
THESE ARE GIFTS THAT ARE REALLY APPRECIATED.
MAKE Tins STORE YOUR OHRISTMAS SHOPPING HEAD.
QUARTERS FOR GIFTS FOR MEN.
2 J. WESLEY LEE
THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN, Second and Market Streets.
Give Something Useful
afford pleasure and profit to young and old alike.
the joy of picture-taking with an Ansco is universal
in its appeal. Ansco Cameras sell from $2 to $55,
each style the best of its kind. Give something
useful give an Ansco.
,On SalevTtt rTT T'ZTDLCIE. DIETRICH,-Prop'. J
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