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TEE MAYSVILLK PUBLIC tEDQER PAOE FOUR.
3 SPECIAL DESIGNS IN Suits and Overcoats Tor the boys coming home from the House of Kuppnheimer. Es pecially made for boys with mili tary training; full chested, form flttin? models. Give the boy one for 5 jnas. The rush is on, plenty of experienced salesmen to wait on you. The flu is over, come on and get the Xmas spirit. Gin). II, Frank & Go. Mujsville'i Foremost Clothiers CHR STMAS CELEBRATION ON NEXT SUNDAY EVENING Sunday School of Elrst Presbyterian Chnrrh Plans Celebration For Sunday Evening. FIRE CHIEF IIEWELL ISSUES AIIMUAL FIRE WARNING FOR XMAS Chief HiiIIIT Newell I'nre Public To He Careful Dnrlnr the Christmas Holidays to Prevent Dlsnte trlous Fires. PERIOD OF GREAT PROSPERITY IS CERTAIN TO COME Trade Hepnrts Indicate That Jobs Will He Plentiful Over the Country Next Year. The birth of Christ will be cele brated at the First Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening In a man ner hlch is probably the most popu lar and beautiful of the time. Living pictures attending the nativ ity as conceived by great artists will be exhibited in suitable framing and will make real to those who are for tunate enough to see them, some of the sacred scenes of nineteen hundred yearB ago. No trouble has been spared to find the required type of character fin A the Droner coloring. filnr the cood news Is attended with music and sacred scenes would seem incomplete without it's impres sive accompaniment. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd .. Mrs. FoBter Barbour, and Mr. T5 !.,. rw.hrun will aillE While tllC nuucii v ....... . . . pictures are shown. Other music will be a number by Mr Dodds and carols by the Sunday Rhr.r1- nones like deep toned bells Which vibrate into the soul. The program is in the able hands Lf Mn John Barbour and Miss Frances Barbour which definitely as sures It's success. The offering will be sent to the poor persecuted, starving Armenians who retard America as a heaven upon -sarth; are looking to her for further rellef and believe that she will send v'lUUU tn.J ...... V The program follows h Part 1 Old English carols. - Par1- 2 Three Angels Fra Aneelico Music Duet. The Angels Ruben- stein. The Annunciation Guldo Rent Music Quartet, The Annunciation . Barnby. The Holy Family Van llyck. '" Music Quartet, Cradle Song of the Virgin Barnby. Adoration of the Magi Corregio Music, Quartet Brightest and Best of the Sons of the Morning Herber. Sistine Madonna Raphael. Music Solo, Ave Maria Kahn. Fire Chief Rullff Newell as well as a fire fighter is constantly studying fire prevention and ho is authority that the old adage that an ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure la pun In dentins with fires as no where elso. Each Christmas Chief Newell IssueB an earnest appeal to our citizens to bo careful about big fires. Maysvllle has been fortunate in escaping fires at the holiday time and probably be cause they take the advise of the head of our fire department. It is a fact that In many cities there are more fires at the holiday time than at any other time during the year be cause folks In their glee become care less and because there is so much in flnmable material about tho homes. The don'ts issued today by Chief Newell are directed especially to mer chants and to those preparing tho churches for Christmas entertain ments. They follow Don't use swinging gas brnckots Don't decorate with straw, leaves or paper unless flreproofod. rinn't ime cotton to imitate snow anywhere. Don't use electric wires for clothes line. Don't entirely cut off ventilation from show windows. Don't nut Inflammable material against electric light socket. Don't place wires or metallc deco rations where they may short-circuit a current. Don't have open lights for ribbons fancy paper and light fabrics to blow into. Don't block aisles or exits with dis plays. Don't let cotton goods or papei similes rest against electric Ugh bulbs. Don't fail, if you have a departmen store, to test all fire apparatus and iinvo ovtvn i-lerks narticinate In a Are drill. Don't have salesrooms Uttered with rubbish from the unpacking of goods t nvnnKP nrtlelea of celluloid to nnv temperature above summer heat Don't hang inflammable material from pplliiior near electric liehts or wires. New York. December 20 Resump tion of peace-time pursuits, with the addition of new Industries, such as dye making and the boom expected In tho building trades, will carry the United States at once Into a period of great prosperity, according to reports eathered today. When restrictions on building trades are fully raised and the need for man ufactured and raw materials in Eu rope becomes keenly felt, business de pression which may result from the stopping of war work will be over come rapidly, it is believed. Representatives of industry in 34 states, Just concluding a conference of the Advisory Committee of the Na tional Council for Industrial Defense here, say tho nation la on the eve of "good tlmec," with jobs aplenty for returning soldiers and men and wo men thrown out of work in munitions plants. Thomas M. Custer, manager of the Industrial Association of Oregon, said women were good enough for war work and they will bo good enough for peace pursuits. They will not be dropped now, and every man returning from the army or navy will find a Job waiting for him. he said. "Our section of the country has raised no war babies" said H. H. Rey nolds, secretary of the Employers As sociation of the Inland Empire, Epo- kane, Wash. "Therefore, wo arc not affected by the loss of war contracts. We have about three years' road work to catch up with and that alone will give employment to hundreds. "Washington and Idaho alone, cov ering a territory greater than France, possess vast natural resources and gi gantic opportunities." Simllam optimism was expressed by business men from all parts of the country. We Have Disolosed the Christmas Club in favor of a more satisfactory and elastio plans. You can start your account any time and withdraw your money any time. You can deposit on days that suit your conven ience. You get your interest twice a year. Come in and let us explain. BANK OF MAYSVILLE SSS3BESSSSBSSSSB8SSBBBSB9IBsl8BBBBKBBia Christmas Won't Be Christmas a Without Any Presents to see that as many as posslbln year, as never before give glflB have a Merry of worth and This la Just u trae as when you read and cried with "Little Women." It la your duty Christmas and this Borvico. This store 1b full of useful articles that will please and last. Decide on Stockings. We have them all colors. Bizes and prices. 25o to $2.60 a pair. How about Ribbons, wonderful stock. 2c to 12 a yard. GIovcb, considering the scarcity, we have a great stock for every member of the family. Silks and Satins In Skirt and Dress lengths at attractive prices. Neckwear, Novelties, Beads, Pins, Combs, Webb, Ties, Barretts, Purse Tops, Bag Rings, Yarns, Blankets, Towels, Rugs, Curtains, Etc., all useful, all appreciated gilts. rl m n a M M ft W u a m a ESTABLISHED 1835. .MAYSVILLE, KY. TOBACCO .MARKETS oooooooooooooo GREAT CROWD WILL HE NEXT SATl'KDAY Ths local merchants are expecting a large rush on Saturday. This will be the last Saturday before Christmas and a repetition of the usual big crowd of shoppers is expected. The mer chants have made arrangements to handle the crowd of shoppers and all will receive tho attention of the sales people promptly. ARRANGE FOR OPENING OF COIN TY SCHOOLS The county schools will be opened on December 30 and County Superln tendent Turnipseed and his Board of Education have planned for the open ing. There will be a teachers' meet Ing in tho near future when the Su perintendent will explain the rules ho has laid down for all of the teachers to follow in order to prevent another out break of the influenza epidemic. CHRISTMAS TREAT TUESDAY EVENING The annual Christmas entertain ment and treat for the pupils of tho HERE B'lrst Baptist Sunday School will be ! given at the church on next Tuesday pvpninir. An interesting program is being arranged. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o IT WAS A FORD o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Celebrated Daniel Green "Comfy" Slippers, will make an acceptable gift. We have them in all colors. BARKLEY'S SHOE STORE. Inc. NOTICE The election of Directors for the Mason County Building and Savings Association for the ensuing year will take place at Council Chamber on Satnrrlnv. December 28. 1918. at 7 o'clock p. m. THOMAS M. RUSSELL, Secretary. Pleuty of Christmas Oysters, Both wholesale and retail. K. LEE LOYEL. The Ripley Bee says: Col. Al. lint field went to Macon. hist Tuesday to cry a sale for Wib Mitchell and saw there a 2-year-old mare that took his fancy and he bought her. Al. with Messrs. Ed Martin, Kyes Martin and Pete Cnhall made the trip in a Ford and when got ready to come home they loaded the mare in the Ford and drove home, a distance of 20 miles, with four men and a 2-year-old mare. Who can O beat it? O oooooooooooooo NO DISCORD AMONG ALLIES AND UNITED STATES Washington, December 20 The al lies and the United States are harmon ious In the peace preliminaries, the State Department assured today. This word was given to counteract German propaganda, which is trying to split the nations by diBcord. While tho president has done com paratively little in Paris so far, he has been met with extreme cordiality. It Is admitted differences of opinion may develop, but the State Depart ment believes such will be the honest differences which would prevail in any group with varied Interests. Hopklnsvllle, Ky., December 19 Tho congestion of the local tobacco market today showed no abatement. Sales ran from 8 o'clock until 6, and then the round of warehouses was only about half completed. Prices to day ranged from $9 to $25.B0 with lit tle of the good tobaccos showing. Suckers and tall-ends of crops brought $7 to $9. Huntington, W. Vn., December 19 A large amount of the more common grades was mixed with the offerings on the local hurley market today, with the result that average prices suffered. Sales amounted to approximately 70,- 000 lbs. The price range was from 60c to 10c and the average approxi mately 23c. The market will open as usual next Monday and at the close of business adjourn until the following Monday. Lexineton. Ky., December 19 Lex ington tobacco market yesterday sold Blfi.ir.r. lbs. average $30.71. Five sales were held during the day, opening at Central and Jewell, and going later to lfendlcy. People's and Shelburn No. 1. The sales at Central, Jewell and Peo ple's were completed, and those at Shelburn No. 1 and Headley will be cintlnueil tomorrow. While there were only two rows sold yesterday at Head- ley the prices were good, and for 3!i. Siii) 11m. of tobacco $ll,30S.9S was paid, at an average of $30.83. NO COUNTY CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY 1 Robert L. Hmflich I rmm Although County Health Olllcer Locke's order permitting the county churchcB to resume services on Christ mas day and limiting the churches to one hour service each Sunday seemed to be pluin, some have the Impression that services can be held Sunday. This is not the order and those holding ser vices next Sunday will be breaking the rules of the Health authorities. The partial lifting of the ban In tho county does not go into effect until Christmas day. GROWERS WAREHOUSE ANNOUNCES READY In another part of this issue appears for the first time the advertisement of the Growers Warehouse Company announcing that they are ready to re ceive tobacco for the opening of the 1919 market. This is one of the old est and most popular warehouses on the Maysvillo market and has always enjoyed the reputation of getting the highest market price for the farmers. Read their advertisement today care fully. Give tho kid a bicycle this Christ mas. A big line of good ones at the Square Deal Store. COHEN CANDIDATE FOR SECRE TARY OF STATE Frankfort, Ky., December 20 Mat. S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agricul ture, has announced that he Is a can didate for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State. "You may state that I am a candi date now," said Commissioner Cohen. "I am not merely considering mak ing the race. I have considered it, and am a candidate for the nomina tion." Try our John Holland's guaranteed Self-fllling Fountain Pens new model I or a solid gold or gold-filled or sterl ing silver pocket knife. MURPHY, The Jeweler and Optician. Frankfort, Ky., December 19 The tobacco sales today at the loose leaf warehouses totaled 100,000 lbs., ut prices ranging from $57 per 100 lbs. down to $10 per 100 lbs, the average being $26 per 100 lbs. The market Is good and the bidding spirited. 'lis ? f..' ti ll. Paris. Ky., December 19 The Paris tobacco market showed unusual strengt today, and some high floor av erages wore obtained. The offerings were slightly in excess of the previous day, and with a good light and colors showed up well and bidding was brisk. Trashes brought $25 to $48, cigarette types $.r0 to $57, bright leaf $38 to $40, red leaf $25 to $35 and tips and rough $12 to $20. SAMUEL POE DEAD FOR Welsh to Announce That everyone who has visited our store in the last few days gave us the inspiration to write this "Ad". Our holiday line of practical gifts is "the best.". We ask those that have not bought to do to at once. We invite you to in spect at once. OUR SILK SHIRTS ARE GOINQ BIO. BUY TODAY. P1TFOD.M Squires-Brady Co. m m mm m . r . Second and market streets PRESIDENT WILSON SAILS FRANCE This is the most Interesting and timely Item that will be shown In Pathe's News at the Pastime tonight. Soo Wilson as he sails for Europeto attend the Great Peace Conference. "Hands Up" and Poto, the great com edian will complete a most entertain ing program. 15(10 SANTAS IN FRANCE New York, December 20 Christmas boxes containing chocolate, cigarettes, tobacco and chewing gum will be dls trlbuted to every member of the Amer ican expeditionary Force In France by 1500 Santa Clauses of the Y. M. C. A., according to a cablegram from PariB. IS NOTARY PUHLIC In the Mason County Court today C, L. Matna. Minerva merchant, pro duced his commission from the gover nor as Notary Publto and ho qualified as such with J. H. Adams as surety on bond. Preaching at tho Lutheran church Sunday at 10:30 by llov. Pilch Samuel D. Poe died Thursday at his home near Murphysvllle following a long illness. He was 48 years of age and is survived by his wife and several Burial will be mado at Shannon Saturday at 11 o'clock. Don't fail to call at our store if you want music on Xmas morning. Wo have more machines than any other dealer. Our prices are the lowest. MURPHY'S JEWELRY STORE Children's wagons, all sizes and prices at Mike Brown's, the Square Deal Man. live y,n.-, as most ri'ltnW Cntnrih M the Muec.n ror. foni tlic e-i 1 p"rtl':!f Aficr yon hav r.v- Di'llnrs Reward '.hat ennnot be Medicine. bus hern taken lw past thirty .o known aa the Catarrh. Hall's rti the Blood on .ni'llliiR the Pol i healing the dls- President Off to Europe President Wilson and the other American representatives to Peace Conference Sail Aboard on The (Jeorge Washington. This Is featured In- PATHE'S NEWS TODAY AT The PASTIME IF IT IS ANYTHING TO EAT THAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR YOU WILL FIND IT IN THIS UP-TO-DATE CHRISTMAS STORE CANDIES OF ALL KINDS. FIVE SIZES OF, ORANGES. TANGERINES. APPLES GALORE. RIPE BANANAS. NUTS OF ALL KINDS. OYSTERS. DRESSED CHICKENS. CELERY. CRANBERRIES. We have the best line of CAN- DIES in the city. In fact we have anything that you want for Christmas in the way of "GOOD EATS." W.I. Nauman&Bro. "HOME OF GOOD EATS." 17-119 W. Second St. Phone 619 Don't .Miss It SEE WILSON AS HE SAILS FRANCE. FOR tnirnn UtiVa Pntnrrh XT.w11r.lna fnf ft ihnrf I ime VflU will S6 & prpnt improvement In your general In alth. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once and sol rid ot catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F J. I'llUNrtV A CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sr.ld hv ell 1 irm-"lT. 7Ec. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All kerns under this head cent word. Miiltmnm; charge 18 cents. TOU CAN'T TELL '.Vhv vnnf avAatfrhf It. nnnr All vnti j j ... j ..... .. . sw f u . . - j " lyiow is that the eyes are not Just right. Only a scientific examination will find the fault. Have us to ex amine your eyes. Dr. K. Kahn, of Cincinnati on Mondays. nr. lioonrc lelne fcvery Day. Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe UuildinR. WANTED Just Received New Orleans Molasses THE BEST THAT EYERY CAME TO MAYSYILLE $1.25 a Gallon J. C. Catfish & Bro, W A N'T E D To rent nice furnished room hy single gentleman. Modern conveniences, handy to bath room. Give weekly and monthly prices. P. O. Box 349. Maysvllle. Ky. 20-3t WANTED A woman to do house keeninR for small family. No wash ing. Mrs. J. C. Cablish, Fourth street 19-3t Large knitting mill aeBlres woman to work in own town. Easy business. Permanent Salary or commission, all or part time. Guaranteed Mills, Norristown. Pa. 2-ltw-6t FOR RENT FOR RENT Four or six room flat with gas and water, two squares froi i Court House, also four room cotl.150. W. T. Berry, 221 Wood street. Phone 259-W. 18-3t FOR RENT Room, heated with gas for tho right price, at 119 Prospect street FOR RJENT Two good houses on Forest avnu; rent reasonable. Ap tilT to Taos. L. Bwan & Co. 9-tf LOST Thursday, Dec. 12, 1918 TV. -in h. .a., tn HMIver rhecks for the amount saved and inter est due thereon, to each member of our 1918 Christmas Club, and the name day wo wiu open our 1919 CHRISTMAS CLUB which will mature Docember 12, 1919. Several hundred people will be made happy on the 12th be cause they hare some money saved with which to add to the nio....r.. nf iho Christmas Season. If jou are not one of that num. i... k. ..J ma In and loin our Club luV 0xt YOU ver, in u .uu .vv .. . - - will find It an easy and most execeuent way to save munuj. xu .ni..nt with on a neunv. or more. We make no charge ... mn a in. nn Interest on what vou save. We want JUl vm Bwi.ivn I' " - to help you learn how 1 save. Come lu and let us do so. While ours is the blinrest tank in this section, it Is also the oue that Is most auxlous for small accounts. There Is no way In which bank can serve yon that we are not anxious and willing to act, no matter how, small your business may be. So, please feel free to come to us for any bauk help that you way ueed, FIRST-STANDARD DANK AND TRUST COMPANY I LOST Man's right hand woolen glove Tan color. Please leave at this of flee. PASTIME TODAY Wilson Off LOST liuuch of keys. Return to this ofllce and receive reward. 14-lw to Europe! AHO AIM) THE (JEOIMiE WASHING. TON. SEE THIS IN PATHE'S NEWS TODAY Also the (Jreat ludluii-Cowboj Picture -HANDS CP A tiiiod Comedy Will lie Shown. ADMISSION ADULTS 13c, War Tax 2c. FARMS FOR SALE ! 83l acres, located near Sardls on irood stronir limestone soil, splendid tobacco barns, goui stuhle and outbui f 190.00 per acre. 164 acres, located near raJrvu-w, 3 tonaut houses, 2 rood tobacco baru plaro to make money. Price s po 100 acres, located 4 miles from M mull tenant houKC, large tobacco bar good fence and pleuty of water. Prlc 117 acres, located near Aberdeen, bottom land, rood 6-room house, larr other outbuildings. Price 05 per arr rood pike, nearly all In blue grusH, residence, good tenunt house, 2 rood ldlngs, this Is a flrst-rlass farm. Price short distance off the nialu pike, has s and other outbuildings, a splendid r acre. aysvllle on main pike, ".room house, n, new stock barn, good outbuildings, e $100 per acre, on rood pike, 25 acres ut good level e tobacco barn, good stork barn aud c. LIST YOUR FARMS WITH ME. SHERMAN ARN WILL SELL THE EARTH" 1 0 'KEEFE BUILDLHQ. MAYSVILLE, KY. 23 II I.MI.M Charting I-illll. n D Prices 30c, 40c, 55c, Iscltfiaj w:r ta .... A. . " Dec 0TT 1 , , M;a n i i i - in'- i uMifc '""'"" I