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n-- y WiUUiWVPluWMlii PPr rn 1 iiil lift ft t i ;i I ! I, mamam imii il i i Evening Bulletin. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. uossER & McCarthy, Proprietor. 1T DA yTdE 'E M BE RsTTSw" 3 . THE WEATHER RECORD. rFnr tho'24 hours ending at 6.30 a. m.l State o( weather..,.. Cloudy Highest temperature 42 Lowest temperature.. 27 Mean temperature 31 5 Wind direction Nortbwcsterlv Precipitation (Inches) rain or snow- 99 Precipitation Saturdny 29 Previously reported (or December 87 Total for December to date 2.15 PERSONAL. Miss Sallie Ball loaves this week to visit Mrs. Joo Mock, of Milleraburg. Mr, Oliv Clark, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with his father's family in Abei deen. Mrs, S. M Hainline of Montgomery County ia visiting her sou, Mr. J. L Hainline. Mrs. P. A. Williams is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents in Cynthiana. Mr. J. Baron Blatterman, of Atlanta, left for home Sunday evening after a visit to relatives. Mr. A. Bona is down from Lexing ton vieiting his daughters, Mrs A. Fitz gerald and Mrs. James Dunn. Messrs. Roy Cochran and Samuel Daugherty, pupils at Central University, Danville, are at home for the holidays. Mr. J. S. Mowbray, of Chicago, who married Miss Julia Ross formerly of this city, spent Saturday aud Sunday in Mayt ville. Miss Ethel Vicroy arrived Saturday from Fayette, W. Va., in response to a telegram announcing the fatal illneBS of her father. Miss Iva Columbia" will leave Thurs day to spend the holidajs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Columbia, of Cynthiana. Prof. Dimraitt 0. Hutching, a student at Ann Arbor Law School, arrived Satur day evening to spend the Christmas vacation with his father and sister. Miss Fannie Frazee, a member of the faculty of Kentucky University, Lex ington, arrived Saturday to spend the Christmas vacation with her parents. OLD SPANISH MISSION STYLE. New Mexico's Pavilion at the World's Fair Is of Quaint Architecture New Mexico s pavilion on the Pla teau of States at the World's Fair, has been designed after the style ot an old Spanish mission. Thq plans were recently adopted and work on the building will begin at once. The building will be of staff, a story and one-half high. It will pre sent an imposing frontage of 70 feet, on one of the main boulevards, and will have a depth of 50 feet. On entering the Now Mexico Build ing one finds himself In a largo re ception hall. To the right is a room for executive and administrative uses. To the left are rooms for the commissions and superintendents of exhibits. There will be a ladles' and gentlemen's waiting room. The building Is designed especially as the headquarters for New Mexicans and their friends who visit the World's Fair, and they will find plenty to re mind them of homo. The grounds around the romantic structure will be laid out In typical gardens. Splendid specimens of cac tus will be shown and many of the most beautiful flowers of New Mexico will embellish the place. Buffalo Tribe's Oflicers. Buffalo Tribe No. 100, I. O. R. M., of Sardia, elected the following oflicers for ensuing term : Sachem Jacob A. Mauley. Senior 8aenjore W. n. Hamcr. Junior Sagamore John II. Clark. Prophet R. O. Chambers. Chief of Records Fred G'over. Keeper of Wampum Dr. O II. Adamson. Trustee for six months R. T. Watson. Trustee for twelve mouths. Able Rees. Trustee for eighteen months Earnest Henson. The next meeting will bo held Dec. 30th. Poyntz Bros, are the only Mayavillo distillers selling pure liquors by the quart, gallon or barrel, direct from dis tillery to 'consumer. Seven-year-old whisky $2 per gallon. Ago and quality guaranteed. Get the best. Office 120 Market Btreet Watson's old stand. c SQUIRE VICROY. Stroke of Apoplexy Proved Fatnl, tlio End Coming Sunday Miirning Funeral Tuesday. 'Squire J. Wesley Vicroy, whoso criti cal condition from a stroke of apoplexy was mentioned Saturday, died Sunday morning at 4:30 o'clock at his home on East Second street. 'tquire Vicroy was born Aug. 1st, 1843, in Campbell County, at a point opposite New Richmond, and was a son of George and Louisa Vicroy. His four brothers, Wm. J., of Dayton, O., John T., of Salem, O , Frank M., of Campbell County, and Elward J., of Miamisburg, O., survive him. He leaves four children, Charles V and Misses Lulu and Ethel L. Vicroy, of this city, and William M., who has a position with the O. and O. at Dayton, Ky. His wife was Miss Jennie Stevens, of this county. 'Squire Vicroy resided for a time at Germantown, but had been a citizen of Maysville about thirty years. For a time after coming to Maysville ho was engaged in the undertaking business, and was afterwards in the clothing and sewing machine business as a member of the firm of Vicroy & Lee. Following his retirement from the mercantile busi ness he served the county for Beveral years as a Justice of the Peace, and had since devoted his time to the manage ment of his farm near Moransburg. The funeral will take place at 10 a. m. Tuesday at the home, and will be under the auspices of the Maysville Lodge of Masons, of which order he had been a member since he was twenty-one years old. He was a member of the German town Christian Church, and the funeral will bo conducted by Rev. W. W. Hall. Burial in the Maysville Cemetery. MASONIC NOTICE. The members of Maysville Lodge No. 52, F. and A. M., are hereby notified to assemble at their lodge room to-morrow, (Tuesday), morning at 9:15 o'clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, Wesley V.croy. All Masons invited. Hiram P. Cuknowktii, W. M. Gordon Sulser, Secretary. 9 t MARRIED AT COVINGTON. Mr. Clande G. Watkins and Miss Ethel Hutchison Steal a March ou Their Friends. Mr. Claude G. Watkins and Miss Ethel Hutchison were quietly married Satur day. Mies Hutchison had been spending the week in Cincinnati. Saturday she was joined by Mr. Watkins, and the couple croesed to Covington whero the marriage ceremony was shortly after wards solemnized. The groom is a son of the late W. W. Watkins. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.O.HutcbiBon,of the Sixth ward, and is an estimable and accom plished young lady. Hig Scenic l'rodnctiou of "Qnincy Adams Sawyer." The big scenic production of "Quincy Adams Sawyer" in play form will be here to-night at the opera house. This engagement will attract more than ordinary interest because tho famous novel of the same name, from which the play is taken, became recognized at once, when it came outtwo years ago, as "the best New England Btory ever written," and has continued to bo known ever since as one of the beat selling books in the country. Like father, liko son, they say. And so, like book, like dramatization, you can say in some cases. Critics all say of "Quincy Adams Sawyer" in play form that it is "the best New England play ever written." The same production will be Been hero that proved so popular during the recent New York and Boston runB. Secure seats now at Ray's if you desire choice seats. At Hainline's toy store $3 crokinolo boards, felt lined, reduced to $1.25. I Expand 1 Your Christmas - Dollars! Our holiday lines ro limited in number but as far as wo go we leave no chance for competition. We carry no trash or useless goods. Thoeo items handled are sensible, useful ones that are of service every day in the year; while in getting them here you save enough to make your money go far. Money is apt to 8b rink at holiday time, especially when you pay fancy hol iday prices. Every day with us is a bargain day. You can buy just as cheap before Christmas as you can after. Come here for Perfumes in package or bulk, , Comb and Brush Cases, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Shaving Mugs, Cut and Pressed Glass Bottles, Powder Boxes, Infant Sets, Card Cases, Pocketbooke, Purses, etc. THOS.J.CHENOWETH, DRUGGIST, Cor. Second and Sutton Strttti, Mayivllla, Ky. Commissioner's SALE MASON CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas D. Hlsc, & als., Plalntlfls, Against ) Equity Anna Kate Little & als., Defendants In obedience to a Judgment and order of wilo of tho Masou Circuit Court, rendered in tbo abnvo mentioned cause at the November term, 1003, 1 shall, on Wednesday, December 23, 1903, at 2 o'clock p. m,, at the court house door In Maysville, Kj-., proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, the following real property, to-wlt' Lot No 42 In that parcel of Rround known as Barbour, Rogers, Wall and Smool addition to Chester, in Mnson County, Ky., a plat of which Is recorded in Deed Book 78, pnRO 44, Masou County Court Clerk's of fice, to which plat rcfercuce.is had for moro par ticular description, and being same propirty conveyed to Farulo Hise. (now deceased), by Gilbert Tollo and wife by deed of record in Deed Book 102, page 41, same otllco. There is a framo dwelling house and other Improvements thereon. The purchaser must bo prepared to promptly execute bond, with approved security, for tho purchase price, which bond shall bear legal In terest from day of sale until paid. C. BURGESS TAYLOR, Master Commissioner. C. D. Newell, Attorney for Plalntlfls. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Threo good square pianos cheap at GERBRICU'd. Also, now pianos, sewing machines, sheet music 19-ci3t inOKSALE Household aud kitchen furniture JD at auction at No. 211 West Second street at 2 o'clock p m. Saturday. MRS M. W. COULTER. J70R SALE Two bloodhounds. Apply to N J GOLLENaTEIN, 431 Forest avenue, Mays vllle. Ky. FOR SALE A horse and phaeton on reason able terms. Alio a walnut sideboard. Ap ply to MRS A. E. COLE. I2-dtf THE TOBACCO MARKET. Review of Trade on the Breaks at Cincin nati the Past Week. From a variety of causes, chiefly due to tho weather conditions, thoTolume of trausactious ou tbo local breaks tho past week baa been very light, and not much improvement is looked for until there Is a rise In tomporaturo, so that ship pers can strip and handle tho new crop. Tho light was poor on Thursday and Friday, and this condition always makes for restricted offerings, especially of the better grades. Tbo Hurley Leaf Growers' Association is also a contributing factor In causing diminished of ferings, for there are undoubtedly a large num ber of planters who have pinned their faith to tbo enterprise, and will for a time at least hold their tobaccos back, awaiting cither their suc cessful development or collapse. Offerings of old tobaccos have been slightly In excess of the corresponding week of last year, but the total offerings have been about 40 per cent, less, and tho heavy per centage is in tho new crop exclusively, as can be sden by a glance at the figures below. Receipts also showed a heavy decline as compared with last week and the corresponding week of last year. The very limited offerings of now tobacco did not afford much comment upon or form a basis for judgment as to the futuro trend in prices. The quality was exceptionally, good and tho condi tion fair, but a little "hard" from tho cold weather. iffffflltililli REMEMBER I Iiw livW liO f liOi o For anything you may want in holiday footwear. We. have a new line of fancy Slippers that will make an acceptable Christmas present for HIM. Only a few days remain in which you can get certificates with each 50c. purchase entitling you to share in our Yuletide celebration, in which $J50 in cash and nice presents are to be given to patrons. Prizes range from $50 down, this elegant Morris Chair being one of the other gifts awarded. Beautiful hand-painted water color land scapes to the first one hundred ladles to present certificates after the other articles are disposed of. None reserved. Early comers get the choicest pictures, some be ing mounted on heavy, beveled mats, requiring no frames. W. R. SMITH & CO. Christmas Shopping... We have dono much to make your Christmas shopping comfortable and pleasant enlarged our salesforce, made completo displays of Christmas wares, writ ten ads and arranged windows to make helpful gift suggestions. Wo offer a well lighted, well heated store for your comfort and we have a Christmas stock that de flea competition in quantity, quality and price. 50c. Gifts For Women. Hair and clothes brushes. Plain and fancy golf gloves in all colors. ... t. . . Seal and black Cashmere, silk taffata, black fleeced Jersey, silk lisle, cash mere and kid gauntlet gloves. . , , ... Undressed kid mitts with and without fur tops, and black silk mitts. Immense line of Handkerchiefs, lace, hemstitched and embroidered edge. Brooches with imitation jewels of divers kind. . Black knitted hoods, and fascinators in all coldra. Stocks in laco. taffata, India, vesting and rep Bilk, fully twenty different Btylos. Black patent leather, white suede, black velvet girdle, colored leather belts of many sorts. Whiting's linen paper in dainty boxes. Colgate's violet Toilet water with spray cork. Satin hose Bupportors and silk garters with handsome buckles and silk bows. Oil lithograph pillow tops. White waist patterns. Linen Doilies, hand embroidered. Battenberg doilies. Spratchel stand covers, pillow shams and scurfs. Pillow shams and ruffled Swisa scarfs with blind embroidery. Fancy lisle, fine Maco cotton, closely fleeced, drop Btitch, cashmere and wool stockings. Dainty corset covers, skirts and gowns. Outing'gowns in white and colors. Knit Jersey Bkirts in many shades. I ! D. HUNT & SON. HOUSE COATS w S For men, that's new, novel and just as com fortable as can be. Makes such a nice pres ent. Price $5. Bath Robes that are just fine, $5. GEO. H. FRANK & CO. CHRISTMAS G I FTS I have some good Farms, dwell-; ings and Building Lots on my list that would be JUST THE THING for you to present your son or daughter for a Christmas remem brance. What do you say about it ? Wishing the reader a "Merry Christmas," yours truly, I s f JOHN DULEY, Real Estate, Maysville. 'PHONE 333. WANTED. w ANTED Situation to do goncral house- work. Apply i East second street. Musical goods at O'Keefo's. Slop for Bale at Limestone distillery, commencing Dec. 11th. Buy Old Limestone whisky, deservedly tho beat. Bucknkr Goodman. NOTICE! Tho election ol Directors for tho Mason County Building and Saving Association for tho onsulnc year will take Blaco at the Council Chamber ou Docomber 20, 1903, at 7 o'clock p. m. TH03. M. RUSSELL, Sec. Congressman Kehoo will romain in Washington City during tho holidays.