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fi-- f lr - MHiHHPni at O'Kefrfa , ad.if. When too th WKTft'it'. think of Xrn. ffiffhenTifBdJ,h j ,U Dial work coa Carimol
lU " If UlliaU ser-sSWR Pimp. i coloft Birk. The venerable S.xlWvlfe Sr bf Atfgliflo, DbW Qreert 'CSmf,:' .8IWp?rt for
.JForn inon'a benefit. When eltrlst-
fhi'aa fihopiiliiK ontoticn you with n
ilDUUC lIKOjtlilR, "vyiinc in mo worm
vkn I Ret for that innnV" aomo hero to
tno uncut metre Bioro in mo cuy,
whero you enn answer tbo quciitlon to
your own satlsnttjtiou aiuI to his lu
light. You can bur hero for every
man on your Glirlsttnna Hut, And that
J applies to tho hojH as well. Hero Is a
Ovuroonta and SultB,
Is. r.uHMtHMllfiliiia ftn.t. TlnllM
rPnr dung and OI0VC8.
' Uouno Goats, Smoking Jackets,
' Oanca, Sonrf Finn,
f CiwtT rtilttnim. IlntH.
Sweater Coats, Stud Seta,
(Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
Attorney Juhn P. McCattnoy'of Flemings
Lore was bore yesterday on logal Lualness.
Mr. and Mr1. J. E. Iluater left yetterday
for Havana, Cuba, where they will spend tho
11 r. George It. Parker returned to Louisrille
this morning, after spendlog several days here
attendloR the Inbacco sales.
Rev. Shepherd of Uaytville, was op to see
his eister, Mrs. i-'villiam Lipscomb, who is im
proving rapidl-Effiog Icqairer.
Mr. C. D. Asbury, one of Mt. Olivet'u thrifty
tobacco dealersAwaa here yesterday attending
the big tobacco Sales (a the Bast End. '
Ur. and Mrs. W. H. Schwelckart of Tncka
hoe were in Mayaville yesterday doing their
Christmas shopping and helping Santa Ciaua
' Miss Bessie Bauer and Mr. Harry Otto,
atudenla at State Colleger Lexington, are
borne to spend theGfifistmas holidays with
" ftr psrentSjA
i(s Elizabeth Peed is homo from Millers
I Female College to spend the Christmas
isjjs-wJUuher mntter, Mrs. Anna Peed of
i Fourth strec
Miss Rnth Norma of Feroieaf arrived borne
this morning fr
tm Miljersburg Collogo to
holidays with her parents,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Hen
' Rbbert CocbrJn, son of Judge acd Mrs. A.
U. J. Cochran, b udent at Princeton Prepara
tory School, Pritcetoo, N. J,, arrived home
Wednesday after ioon for the Christmas holi
days. Miss Elizabeth Wood, teacher in the South
ern Seminary at poena Vista, Vs., ond Miss
Nathalie Wood, jWill at State College, Lexing
ton, arrived bom I yesterday morning to spend
the holidays witlt their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Wood of Washington.
Robert and Jpbn Gerhard, well-known young
farmers living in the Dutch Ridge pike, sold
their 1012 crop of tobacco, amounting to
9.0C0 or 10,000 pounds, to A. M. Louderbsck,
to be delivered in Augutta at 13 cents.
G.& 0. Will Havo to Pay
' tho Bill-
bksville Byron and Cole, attorneys
16 W. Jolt, have lisen offered ? 1,500
. & O. Railroad as a compromiso'ln
brought by Mr. Jett for damages from
ivlll be.romembered that a Jury In tbo
mber term of Court returned a vordict of
jQQ In favor of Ur. Jett. who claimad that
Awas roughly handled by employees of the
irallroad while en routo from Maysvillo to
3yron and Cplo claim that the case was so
.aggravated that tbey aro doubtful as to the
advisability of compromislng'the cass.
RHLampnds, Watches, Gold and
uut (Jiass, uiocks, bracelets, fods, acarr nns,
if(n tp. i n r i
1 JLa vainercs, 1 ie Clasps, earrings, vjt;iitb ,
Ladles' and Children's Rings,
ices the Lowest. . Y
' it'j .snnn nr. a veteran or mo lit i n'. w i ce euraie on --. ....s -,
Fred T, Hagcdorn suicided at Lex
! ! m
Congress adjourned yesterday until
after the holidays,
President Taft is en route to 1'ariama
where ho will eat hia Ohriatmna dinner.
Tho Maysvillo tobacco market will
closo Monday until Monday, Decem
ii 'i 1 . .i in -
" London cables say the Hungarian
Government ia planning to borrow
A portrait of Benjamin Franklin,
painted in 1762 by Ohambcrlin. sold
for $14,000 in London.
Washington dispatch Bays Wicker-
sham will bring additional anti-truBt
suits within three weeks.
The II0U8O passed the Burnett im
migration bill, providing for a lit
eracy testjby tho voto of 178 to 52.
Fresident-elect Wilson announces
that he had begun the real work of se
lecting tho personnel of his Cabinet.
Chicago retailere voted to undersell
the women of that city who are at
tempting to force lower prices for eggs,
Many couples in Chicago nro illegally
married nntl must remarry, according
to a ruling of SupremeCourtof Illinoip.
Mild, open weather throughout the
cotton and corn belts has resulted in
great increase in acreage of autumn
plowing compared with 1911,
Tho Government began its argu
ments to tho jury trying forty union
olficiala on charges of being implicat
ed in a "dynamite conspiracy."
Vice-1'resideut Carstenaen of the
New York Central and tbreo subsid
iary lines have been indicted at Chi
cago, charged with giving rcbatts.
Geo.'.W. 1'erkinH says the New York
Stock Exchangehould be incorporated
as a National organization and super
vised ns such by Federal Government.
'Managers ol fifty-two Wcalern rail
roads offer to consider a wage increase
to firemen and engineers if latter will
withdraw demand to place two firemen
on a locomotive.
Testimony in money trust investi
gation shows large deposits of out-of-town
bank funds in New York City
banks and their use in loans on stock
The United States Government ac
cepted tho offer by England of a battle
ship to carry the remains of Ambas
sador Keid home. The journey pro
bably will be started Saturday,
In order to make visits to President
elect Wilson easier for statesmen at
Washington, ono of the railroad com
panies has put eight special trains on
between Washington and Tronton, N.J.
Jacob Dunn, ono of three men ar
rested at Newark, N. J., on charges
of writing threatening letters to President-elect
Wilson, svas held to the
Grand Jury. The others were released.
Department of Justice is expected
to file suit against the Southern Pa
cific in San Francisco Saturday to re
claim title to an area of land alleged
to havo been acquired irregularly, this
being the first of a number of simitar
suits to bo filed in tho Western states.
Filled Jewelry, Silverware,
West Secdnd Street.
r, nrrtnl in ,'n nf 1
V order Jo
Tbo venerable ;
a voteran of tbo Civil Wft', will celebrate bis
90th birthday on Christmas day.
Chief Hito of Maysvillo Fire Do-
parlmont Issues a Timely
Every year in America many children are
burned to doath by flro from Chrbtmis,
Do not decorate, your Christmas tree with
paper, cotton, or any Itflimmahle material.
h metallic tinsel or other non-iofl mumble
material for decorations.
Set the Christmas trco securo so that chll
dren in reaching for things do not tip. it over.
Do not use cotton to represent enow. If
you must have a false snow, use asbestos
Do not pormit children to light or relight
candles while older perions are not. present.
They frequently sot fire to their clothing. The
tree itself will burn when needles have
. Do not leave matches withla reach of chil
dren at holiday tlms,
Caodlrs are meant to be lighted, and if chil
dren get matches thoy will experiment with
them; tbey imitate oiler people.
A house of merrimont is better than a house
By following the above suggestions yon may
avert n holiday fire ia yonr homo.
Chief Majrsville Firo Department.
The gage marks 7.7 and falling.
Following are this morning's quotations on
M&noneitor,Moagerof the Kojitone Commer
Ttocn.lonolT. Dertloien.,. -20o
IUbblti, per doten t.M
JMITSTILLK RBrAJL JUBMT.
OoMoll.lieadllght, Vb1 ,B
Coffee, Vtt)...- - 9S 4"
GoldenSyrup.Vg'--- SS 40
Molaiies.ueworop, Tpgat M ...
Molasses, old crop, V gal.......,
Sorghum.tanoy new, W gal..-.
Sugar.yeltow, V Bl
Sugar,extr,C, $ ft ...
Sugar, A., V ft ........
Sucar, granulated, ft ft
Sugar, powdered, $ lb-
Sugar.New Orleaus, 9 ft-
Teas.? ft SO 1.00
rrovltlemand Country Product.
Apples, dried, $ ft... .
Uadon.breuklaH.tlft.. 30 30
Bacon, oleor sides, V ft- ,s ,T
Uacofl,Haim,lB 17 39
Hacon.shoulderi, ft 10 18
Ueans.tfgal 50 b
nutter,V - 80 M
Eggl,j) dox- ....-.... 30 35
Klour,- JdlTenon, ) bbl 6.00 ...
Flour, Alpha, 9 bbl 5 75 ...
Perfection. 5 50
Klour,araharo,$iacc 10. ...
Uornlny tf gal - 3 ...
Honey, p ft 15 SO
Iird,tf ft 13 6
Meal.V peok 30 -
rotatoei, peclt 36 ...
Young Chickens, V ft- - "
Apples.table - -. 20 25
Bananas, tfdoxsu 15 20
Lemons, fi dozen....- 10 ..
Limes, tfdoien 20 ...
Pineapples, can, Siloed 20 ...
California Orauget SO 10
CINCINNATI MAU KKTS.
ClMclMKATt.Deo. IB, 1913.
Shippers IT 2518 2I
Extra IS 7&QI9 10
tluponer Steers, extra 17 8&ta (0
Good to choice IS 10I7 '.i
Common to fair- II 75I6 35
Heifers, extra to" 75I7 0)
Qood tooholoe 15 7;t0 t6
Common tofalr 13 75t5 50
Cows, extra.... 15 75t0 00
Qood to oboloe II &$5 50
Common to fair..- 13 26il M
Canners 12 (Xl3 (A
Bulls, bologna II 7515 to
Extra 15 0 5
Fatbulll..... (5 26K ',i
Extra 10 21
Fatttogood 17 0010 00
Common and Urge .11 00 0 50
Hsavy hogs ....I7 30t7 35
Paokers and butchers 17 2il7 V
Mixed packers 17 20?7 :HI
Stags - II 25310 50
Heavy fallows .,-15 00tS CS
Extra I0 8V3I
Llghtsblppsrs 10 S0I7 10
rigs, 1 10 pounds and len.tt (0I5 K ,
Extra . M 613 85
Good to obolos 13 10I3 65
Common tofalr II 75fl 15
Extra to S5lt 15
Good to choice IT 35017 (5
Common tofalr... K 76tfl 50
No. J red.... ......I 08Q1 10
" Vniired... ...,.: ,l OOfll ft
..150 l 61
This morning's brand of wea.tur ia certainly
bard to excel; bright aid buautlfol and brac
ing. TOBACCO MARKET BOOMING
Nearly a Quarter of a Million
Pounds Sold Yesterday
at Throo Housos
The six Uajavlila loose Uaf warehouses are
now wondorfnl scones of business activity.
The favorablo weather for marketing tobacco
his fboded (ho local mirkete and every house
is nearly filled.
The gales yesteadsy at threo homes reach.
oda total of 232,035 pound, the average for
the day roachlng $l'i.d i per hundred, which
metes that tbo days silos put about $45,000
into the bands of the farmers and seller?.
The Home warehouse had no sales yesterday
but will have a bumper one today, as will the
Central and the Planters, the latter two
homes not aelllftg yesterday.
The Farmers huusa lead yestordiy, selling
134,070 pounds at the highest average on the
Maysvillo market, the flnros for the day be
ing $15.08 per hundred. Highest $30; lowest,
$4.80. Iioro aro some big sales:
Mclntlre & Keares, Flaming county, $10.85
for 2,254 pounds.
Plank & Moore, Fleming county, $17.50 for
D. F. Demlng, Robertson county, $33.00 for
W. 1. Huntor, Blue Licks, $18.07 forj ,
820. The Growers house sold 25,000 pounds at
high figures and wTl continue today; the 1,
185 pound crop of J. C. Wilson of Bracken
county, selling for $25.28 average.
The Independent bouie soil 73.805 pounds
at $13.80 average; highest, ?30; lowea,$3 95.
George M. Bradford, Bracken county, 2,800
pounds at $21.SC; Marshall & Wallingford,
Mason county, $15.93 crop average; W. K.
Rogers, Bracken ccuity, 3,850 pound crop
brought an average of $10.77.
The sal of 232,000 poonls of tobacco on
the auction market at $1G 1 1 average, probibly
broaks all records anywhere.
The market was spirited and offiriegs of a
Lkmncton. 550,000 pounds at $4 to $39.
Winchester 275,000 pounds at $4 to $20.
Paris. 104.000 pounds at $11.07 average.
Richmonis. 90,000 pounds at $3.50 to
Carlisle. 80.000 pnunds at $2.80 to
The election of Director! tor Uio Mason County
Building and Saving Association fur the ensuing
1 ear will take place at tho Ccuuoll Chamber ou
Saturday, December Z8ih. 1913. ut 7 o'clock p ni.
THOMAS M. RL'SSKLL.
dccU 51 Stcretary.
p. gojife's jgqhfflttt
the headings o "Jclj
tlVinfetf," "Loit" find "Jbtinrt," onif ilof ereftdlng
Mre Una fit length, are fJlEK to nit.
HVXo IliKtlnrU, AitvrllsMuruta Inarrf-1
anttetri fall to fame the first Itme, we invite at
winy repetitions as are neceisuryto secure what ifou
."'.vertite or. We tetsh advertisers to feel that thei
.re not imjxtslng on to by using our free columns.
tWAdverttstrt xii-st furnish copy, trhieh ran It
left at the ojice or tent by mill!.
tub rvntic LspoEn,
So. 10 Hatt Third Street
Advertisements under this heading, not exeeedlnt
fvt lines, it centt each insertion, or iO cents a week
WJAVtun TO BUY ItANGE-iiood second-
TV band cooking range, ur, J. II. U'liAK-
NON. Mt. Carmel. Ky.
- HOUSEKEEPER-COOK Gocd
Address It. A. E., Lock Box 437,
V V wages.
ANTED To buy gas heater for medium
sirsroon. pibush nouiy i. huui.it omco.
Wanted Second-hand olothinq--For
both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, uudorwear, white underskirts, to.
Alio will buy comforU, blankets and sheets.
Will call at homes. J. II. BUAD1'0RD,43 East
Front street. 'Phone 145. Jautly
THE J. T. MAOKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
will move anything any time any place.
Office Qcorge W. Chllds olgar stand, 4 west Sec
ond street, Slaysvllle, Ky. 'Phone 115. 5 ly
Jtd erllttments under this heading. not exeecdmi
vi iinei, 10 cents each insertlen, or SO cents a uitik
FOR SALE One 12-llght hollow-tuba gasoline
light plant, suitable for country store; one
hollow wire gatolloo plant; lire window sash,
gocd; tbreo gasollue stoves; four tables; one
graphopbono nul onn large graphophohn horn;
t In oa electric fans; four restaurant stools; second-band
lumber, and taany other artlcloi stored
at lis Market strcut. decltl lw
FOR SALE-HEATING STOYE-Klrst-clsss;
"Special;" In excellent condition. Apply
Io Mrs W. II. MEANS, 100 West Second street.
IriOR SALE-TYPBWItlTERS-llankrupt sale.
Urea est tale la blitory of lou typo
writers. Like new, and guaranteed good as new.
Lew as 110. Cot one now and save thoilKTorunot.
Write for Catalogue No. 7. TYPEWRITER IN
SPECTION CO., S37 West Fourth avenue, Cln
Advtrtiiemthti under this heading tnurKU fret
tut advertisers musturuish the copy.
I .03T-8MALL WHITE SETTER HIBD DOG
xj Willi yellow siiot on rtgtit a r; tan
bobbed: answers to name of Jic. Return to
Y. P1ST and jecMvo reward. denlSlw
LOST-SILVER WATCII-Ladles openfaotd,
somewhere In Third street, near Limestone.
Notify MISS CATHERINE SMITH, 017 Fortst
avenue and receive reward.
-J oliamre. Droone
titoii street in bii
Please roturu to this office.
i i I'm i i i i- f ' i- - m i rll
Advertisements under thlt htadirg inHrWc "v.
6u o(licrri wui urnuft the ccpy. ,'
A otlise. .,
ALL licenses nxplro Dooember 31st audbe
come due on Jannary'ltt of each year as follows,
wIUi penalty of 10 per cent, after February 1st,
19111, attaulicd for non-compllanco!
DuR. , J 1 00
Auctioneers , 5 00
Billiard, Pool and rigeon'liole Tables - 25 00
Bowling and Tenpln Alleys 25 00
Shooting Gallery, per month 10 00
All Life Iuiurance, Industrial or other-
Kach employe who solicits S 00
All Acoldent Insurnnco Companies to CO
Fire Inmranoe, for each Company 10 CO
1'lnto Olasilmurauce Agents SO 00
Tornado Insuranco AroiUs. 10 CO
Circus and Menageries, per day ti 00
Lcoturcs, Operas, Concerts and plays 3 00
upera.noutes.M 100 01
i'uduo uanceliousoi, per year 20 00
Danoei, per night 6 00
Skating Itlnki. per month 10 00
aierry-go-rotiiiai, etc., per day 3 00
Wholesale Liquor Dealer 100 00
Agency for Wholesale Liquors , 100 00
Barroom ... u I.ono 00
DrtigaUts 75 00
Merchants, retail' Llnuor I. Iconic hoa m
Itinerant l'vddlert, temporary residents,
porday J. fi 00
Peddling from one-horse watjon -t CO
Peddling from tTO-honq Wagon 5 00
Foot Peddler, stock gMis than tlb.pot day 2 00
Fool reamer, slock ol IX, por day s 00
Storage of Petroleum and other Oils, ex
ceeding 6 bnrrels, 10 CO
Petroleum, selling from one-horse wagon
either at wholesale or retail, to merchant
or consumers 50 CO
Petroleum, selling from two-hone wagon... 76 ou
Carter Dray .1 00
Ouo-horsv wagon. :i nO
i wo-norse wagon ,.,. n uu
Four-horse wngon 0 00
Astrologers nua Fortune Tellers, per day.,, r 00
Bill Posters 5 00
Boarding Aud room nx houses 10 00
Bowie Kuhci, Slung Shots, Brass Knocks
and Ulrk Knives , 60 00
Brokors n io 00
Brokers selling unlliud stocks, per day.. r CO
Coal rocrchsns, per year to 00
Moving picture theaters pur month 10 00
Cigarettes 20 00
Kntlng-houies 10 00
Hotels, under $1 ncr day. pur annum ;5 00
uoieit, unaer ei.ou per day, per annum ;u uu
Hotels, over If I.SO per day, pur annum M 00
.ItinkShoiu 60 00
Laundries ro 00
ClStyS tables 25 00
Lunon Stands 10 PO
Plitols 6 00
Playing Cards 10 00
Ileal F.itate Agents Is CO
iiesiauranis , ill uu
Stallions for brcedlug 10 00
Scales on private property for compensa
tion .....!..... 10 00
Scales upon streets 25 00
Wharf boat loo 00
Alrgnns.Cap Pistols, P.xploslve Canes, any
cxploslva toy contrivance using lVrcui
slon Caps.orCannon Crackers more than
three Inches long 100 00
Second-hand Stores a3 CO
Owners of drays, carts and wagons are required
by law to tack the tags on all vehicles so licensed.
This law will be strictly enforced.
J. WESLEY LRU, Mayor.
With every II purchase In Ml'llnery,
Drygocds or Notloi s you get a ticket on
MUS. B. S. DAVIDSON. Proprietress.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets.
Open evenings till Christmas.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye diseases. If an
oporaton ia nocesaary be will refer
you to a RKAL specialist In eye sur
gery. When glasses are necessary
be will advise yon to see the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will tell yon to go to
Simpson becauio he knows that the
man nbo specializes is' tbe one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Seond Floor First National Hank.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over 230 satified
customers who are using this
Phone or drop us a card
and we will be glad to come
to your home and demon
strate the Sweeper-Vac. "
We also have a large and
complete line of high-class
Come and let us show
MclLVAIfJ, HUMPHREYS .
Funeral Directors andEm
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
0F SPECIAL MERIT FOR MEN, WOME
?2rjli!t'iB?ik. S1 JwiJent Htovh in the eitu.
Jlantllecvchicfa-jlc to 82, (Jootl ,io,.,,.V...
J42wP.H!fr.roXriiaoeaanaHexeH, from tOito 81,
w2-f A 0Sito ? lMrP?t assortment in till
manVtn'ln'&r" a - "" be re,
It llillnati IIOll to mn n r. til..,. 'Jr-
Holiday purvhdsos. ' " ""VJ' "'
ROBERT L HOEFUCtt, "
YOU'VE TRIED THE REST I
NOW TRY THE BEST!
IF IT'Q "Rnniwnnnn
IT'S GOOD COFFEE!
There's several grades, but be sure It's Rook
wood. Eaoh grade has a distinct flavor "all Its
own," lt'end, Club, Bokay, 1 pound packages,
Number 21 and Palmettc, I pound cans- 30o to
45c per pound. All grocers,
The E. R. Webster Co. S;iL
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 220 Market Strsat
Phone 283, MAYSVILLB, KY.
(In Easiness 30 Year;)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have our store room and slaughtering
houio In the best sanitary condition of any In
the city nnd we Invito local, statt or government
Inspection. We buy the liest stock oa the mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
For saiety and good methods s'
considered in the selecti n of a Bat1
National is seeking your Business.
UUIUUS.il VMM VS.. UUUIIIt-UI.7
I lie State ftbatmi
cans. 0. PEARGE,
It is wonderful how beautiful and attra
dow displays are under the pure wb'
A well-drGBsed window prj
like a beautiful picture.'
o. 1 '
Be a Spue and Cor
We have everythi
Shirts, Ties, Sweaters..
.Underwear, Hosiery, Tril
.coats. Fancy Vests, in ft
use anddoos use .eyer
friends and rolativ
with soy hing uso
host tit hr
if"-"' ''" . id
CHILDREN. THE GIFTS THAT ARE AF
CIATED MOST ARE PRACTICAL, GlVt
SOMETHING THAT ONE WOULD
BUY FOR THEMSELVES.
WA1I nirfltrr ,ui-putv
oanae.i in before o y
" -"' ' ',
Per Cent. .
229 Market St.,
E. T. KIRK
-....;V.lia 0MIT CO