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Of Clothing Store
Tllfrarnntnntonlv In tho thoroughly
good and always satisfactory kind or
domes wo sen, one in inn Kcnorni
spirit of tho service wo provide. Our
liton. Is simply tills, that wo do the
bost for ourselves by dolus tlio very
best possible for you. You must bo
pleased and satisfied Your plcasuro
and satisfaction Is our constant aim
and our pnrpse. "Money cheerfully
refunded and satisfaction uuaran
toed" nro not merely empty phrases
with us. Xbey aro potting the prln
olploB that protect you as well as this
storo against tiro possibilities on any
mistake or dissatisfaction. In the fa
mous guaranteed clothes wo do the
best that can bo doun for our custom
crs. l'hoy cost no mora than tlio or
dinary. Overcoats, shorts and longs,
light and heavy, fancy and plain:
every now fad In stylo nnd shape, for
business or dress. Oravcncttcd Over
coats that water will not spot or pen
etrate; a light or medium weight
nobby, dressy coat sultablo for sun or
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers,
Mrs. T. J. Hodge of Seattle, Wash., Is
(pending a abort while with her sister, Mrs. J.
Miss-SaUlo lliltoo Hall Is a charratog Mayr
vllle guest of her aunt, Mrs. Netbltt, near
Mrs. Clara Russell Barns of Wilmington, 0-,
is the guest of Miss Mary Dacltoo of West
Mr. Frank Haucke and Mr. William Bierley
arrived home Monday evening after spending a
week in Washington City, New York and other
points in the East. V
The Knights of Columbus will entertain with
a eucher at tbeir home Tuesday evening
A Samrjlo of Roosevelt's Square
San Francisco, Cai,., October -Ufa. Pres
ident Taft will bo without representation from
California in the Electoral College and not a
vote for him can be cast in tbe State, unless
It be writteu in, following a decision by tbe State
Supreme Court Thursday, under which electors
pledged to him can not appear on tbo Novem-
.ber ballot as Republicans
Mrs. Gus Simmons is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Briscoe at Lexington, Ky.
Will Havens, Managing EJitor of TheWest
Union Defender, was an Aberdeen visitor Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Asbury of Fernleaf,
Ky., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cal.
Konnedy during the fair.
Miss Leota Clark was taken seriously ill
Saturday afternoon and for awhile was in a
precarious condition, as the result of taking
headache powders. She is now oil right
"Evelyn Nesbit," the fine driving mare of
Hazel Neeper, died Sunday. Hazel has been
been rather unfortunate. Ood day last week
a colt belonging to him fell on n snag and
seriously Injured Itself. In the last tew years
he has lost seven horsos.
Common Pleas Judge G. Bambach has de
clined to be a candidate for re-election. This
leaves four candidates in tbe field James
W. Tarbell, John R. Moore, John M. Markley
and Omega E. Young, all of Geogetown,
Rev. Ralph G. Finch and family sail from
New York Octobor 14th for tbeir new field
of labor aa missionaries to South America and
islands of Carriboan Sot. Their pure and
boly lives havo been a help and an Inspiration
to all who have known them.
GETTING GREY En -OLD MAI
AND BALD TOO.
. Looking twenty years older than ya
really are. Being made the laughing stqci
of your friends and the butt of their jokes
"did Age Class" simply because grej
bain are so closely associated with old age
It is very humiliating to be grey and boh
when your age doesn't justify either to h
classed as a "'Has Been" and set aside b
your young friends as too old for them ti
be turned down possibly, in your applica
Hon for that new position because i
YOUNG-LOOKING MAN was WANTED
Get the best of the grey hairs don't le
them get the best of you,
-USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTE
I J1.80nd 60e at Dru Stores or direct oppi.
receipt otprle and deaMra mmc. .Bcnil 10cm
IfW bottle, Pbllo Htr Spec Co., Newark, N. 1
, 'orMMlenat Klmnieiid4 by
'X. J, CHctiOHeth,
JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY WEEK
JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY'S BIRTHDAY IS
OCTOBER 7TH. BEGINNING ON THAT DAY WE
SHALL DEVOTE A WEEK TO THE CELEBRATION
OF HIS FAME WITH SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF HIS
WORKS AND MANY FEATURES OF GENERAL
INTEREST. YOU ARE CORDIALY INVITED TO '
COME TO OUR STORE.
J. T. .KACKLEY.
The Highest Yot
Tb'largest price ever paid for a piece of
rent estate In Harlan county was paid by the
Wisconsin Steel Companyto Rebecca Creech of
Poor Fork for one-quarter acre of ground
lying within the company's land In their camp
at Bonham. The prico paid was $3,000.
Balkan situation shows slight im
provoment, with hope that powers will
yet be able to prevent war.
Pocatkllo, Idaho, October -1th.
"You will never punish me again,1'
said John Whitaker, a twelve-year-old
boy, yesterday, as he fired a shotgun
at hia mother, killing her instantty.
The boy had juBt been whipped for
failing to assist in the family wash
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., J. B. Wood
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at G:15 p. m.
The public is cordially invited and will be
warmly welcomed to these services.
Rf.v. R. L. Benn, Pastor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CUURCU.
Sunday-school at 0:30 a. m., A. M. J. Coch
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. ra.
Christian Endeavor at C:45 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday night at 7 p. m.
Every one cordially invited.
Rev. John Barbour, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Morning service at 10:45 a. m.
Evening service at 7:00 p. m.
All seats free at all services.
Rev. J. II. Fielding, Rector.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p. m.
You aro cordially invited to all of these
Rev. M. S. Clark, Pastor.
TniRD STREET M. K. CHURCH.
Services tomorrow an follows:
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m , I. M. Lane,
Preaching by the Pastor at 10:45 o. m. and
7 p. m. '
Preparations will be begun for rally day
which will be observed by this school on Sun
day, October 20th.
Epworth League at 6:45 p. m. led by
A most cordial invitation Is given by tbo
Pastor and congregation to every ono to attend
all these services.
Rev. W. W. Shepard, Pastor.
Sunday-school at 9:15 a. m., J. W. Bradoer
Superintendent. Men's Class meets in the
Sunday-school room at this hour. A cordial
Invitation is given tbe men of tbo Church to
attend this class.
Service at 10:45 a. ra. and 7 p. ra.
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m., J.T.Kackley,
President. All of tha members urged to be
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7 p.
A welcome awaits those attending these
Rev, Roger L. Clark, Pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching st 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Morning subject, "John Three Sixteen." In
the evening thero will be a special evangelistic
service. All the people who do not attend
church elsewhere are Invited to attend these
B. 1. P. U. at 6:30 p. in.
Prayer Meeting Thursday night at 7 o'clock
A cordial Invitation la extended to all.
Rev. J. M. Hayuore, Pastor,
Our colored Citizens.
Mrs. Lehman will speak at Scott's Chap!
M. B. Church, Suoday at 8:30 p. m. io tbe
Interest of tbo W. U. 11. and colored citizens
ot Mtyjvlll -. Tbe public Is cordially Invited
and upon to be present, botb male an I
The Civic Improvement Club will meet with
Mrs, Sodle tforloo, Forest nvenuo tbls site-,
noon from 4 ta 6. All woman, who are n(ar
tested In tbs walfiro of tbe colored youth are
?Iied. BHrsMoKTOfcf wr Aatj.
Mr. Elcsnah Anderson of Cynthlana, Ky.,
formerly known as Caney Anderson of Dover,
has been In Uaysvillo all week purchasing all
the bird dogs be could And. He has bought
a dozen op to date and has got us guessing as
to whit he Is going to do with them.
Below is a list of lottera remaining uncalled
for at the Maysvllle (Ky.) Postoffice for the
week ending October 2, 1912:
Bsrtley, Mrs. Uartbo
Cllft, W. S.
Dobbins, D. L.
Fields, Miss Annie
Hathway, Mrs. Lyda
Harris, Miss Mary
Liggett, Mrs. Electria
McClaln, Mrs. S. II.
Moskell, J. W.
Owsley, Sam F.
Payne, Chaa. E.
Rfggs, Miss Anna
Wade, J. W.
Willett, Mrs. Jno. T.
Kane, Miss Posrl
One cent due on each of above.
Persons calling for these letters will please
say that they aro advertised.
Clarence Mathews, Postmaster.
District Meeting of Redmen
in Maysville Today a
This is tho day for the Itednien's
The first meeting will be at 2 p. in,
at tbe Courthouse. This meeting is
open to the public and everybody is
invited, Hon. Thomas D, Slattery
will givethe welcoming address. This
will be responded to by Great Sachem
Crowe. Another big chief will also
address the meeting.
The meeting for tho Chief ol Records
will be held in the wigwam at the cor
ner of Second and Sutton streets at 4
The District Great Council fire will
be kindled at 7 p. m. in the wigwam
for the purpose of giving the Great
Council degree to all qualified 1'aBt
At 7:30 the councilyfire of Wyan
dotte Tribe will be kindled and the
adoption, warriors and chiefs degtees
will be conferred on such palefaces ns
may be found astray in tbe forest.
There will be a big lot ot visiting
Hodmen and a great time is expected
Advice to Expectant Mothers
The experience of Motherhood is a try
ing one to most women and marks dis
tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not ono
woman in a hundred is prepared or un
derstands how to properly care for her
pelf. Of course nearly every woman
nowadays has medical treatment at
(such times, but many approach the
experience with nn organism unfitted
for the trial of strength, and when it
U over her system lias received a shock
from which it Is hard to recover. FoN
lowing right upon this comes tho ner
vous strain of caring for tlio child, and
a distinct changes in tho mother results.
Thero is nothing moro charming then
a happy and healthy mother of children,
and indeed child-birth under the right
conditions need bo no hazard to health or
beauty. The unexplainablo thing is that,
with all the evidence of shattered nerves
and broken health resulting from an un
prepared condition, and with ample timo
in which to prepare, women will persist
in going blindly to the trial.
Every woman at this timo should rely
upon Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, a most valuable tonic and Invlg
orator of tho femalo organism.
In many homes
once childless thero
are now children be
cause of the fact
that Lydia E. Pink
healthy and strong.
If job waafc gpeclal advice write to
liVUia K. I'jRjckam XMIcIno Co. (co&4
deatlal) lorna, Mass. Yourt6ttorwlll
fco opened, rcml ni. answered by a
W0WM aa4 WjI,Iiji Ktrlc, coiilWecc.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Reynolds of Stanford,
Ky., arrlrsd yesterday at the home of tha
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Smith In
Commerce street, for a short visit on their
honeymoon trip. They received a cordial re
ception last night from their numerous friends
Another fine sermon at the Baptist Church
last night. The pastor was at his best. There
will be no services tonight. The Pastor will
preach at both morning and evening setvicss
tomorrow. The Pastor of the Lewisbu'g Bap
tist Church will have charge of the services
Monday evening. Rev. Perryman will arrlre
Tuesday and will preach Tuesdsy evening at 7
o'clock. Everybody Invited to all these ser
Services at Moransburo
Rev. W. W. Strickland of Carter county
will proach in tbe Moransburg Christisn
Church, this Saturday evening, and alio to
morrow, Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, and at
All Invited, as Rev. Strickland may take
regular ohargo of this Church.
London, October 4th, Peace be
tween Italy nnd Turkey waa signed at
Ouchy, Switzerland, last night, ac
cording to a news agency dispatch re
ceived hero from l'aris.
Tbo causes of the United Brethren of
Friendship, Anna Perkins, Ssm McKinnevan
and Jane Blake ajalnst City of Maysville were
City of Maysville against Koystone Com
mercial Co. injunction sgafnst closing up a
Following are this morning's quotation on
oountryproduoe, telephoned atSo'olookby E.L
Manohester,Managerof the Keystone Uommer
Kkki loss off, perdoxn......!!3i
Patter....... ........ loo
Turkeys, I pounds and over ...T5o
nns,fi ft....-..... - tl
Springers, IK ftsuaoti Mo
Old Roosters. fla
For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
1C0NSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. D. PERRCE,
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
ELECTRIC LIGHT I
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE. GAS CO.
We Are All Ready
For You Now !
Our Fall Lino is the best wo havo ever shownt
You have no idea can't unless you see them
how far in advance of all other "young men's
styles." These are Hart, Schaflner tt Marx's
Varsitp line and Ederheimor-Stein's "Fit Form."
The Fashions Are Lively, Snapyy.
and Stunning !
But the most important lact is that the clothes
aro all-wool and tho tailoring is such that the
clothes keep shape.
Try the Best Shoes Made
This winter. We sell thorn. All the latest lads
in Furnishings. A special sale on Underwear
Saturday, October 5th. Don't miss it.
Northeast Cor, Hirktt
Rev. J. T. Thompson, Rector of the Epis
copal Church at Richmond, K.T., his bssa bore
this week tbe'gnest of Rector J. U. FWldlng
of the Church of the Nativity, n turning home
Farm for Sale I
Persons tleslrtntr to puroliaie a good small farm
Id splendid locality on easy paymants will do
well to attend the isle of Mr. Frank Wilson next
Tuesday afternoon of the old Parry homestead,
near tha Strdls pike about two mtlei West of the
Lexington pike. The farm oontalns 30 atres and
will be. told on the premltei. ooMBt
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by tha Home Tobacco Company,
COVGHLiN & CO.
Nice to Have in the Home !
Absolutely Pure Filtered M
One Pint Bottle 25c
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye diseases. If an
operation is neceisary he will refer
you to a RKAL specialist in eye sur
gery. When glasses are necessary
he will advise you to see tbe skilled
optician, one who knows glssses from
A to Z. He will tell you to go to
Simpson becsuse be knows that tbe
man who specializes Is tbs one to
consult about bis specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Seoond Floor First National Dank.
H. C. SHARP,
and Second Streets.
A store filled with new Fall and Winter Goods at very
Special display of Ladies' Neckwear all day. Many
Outings at 5 and 8 cents. A fine opportunity to
See the new Dress Ginghams; dark and washable.
The Ready-to-wear petticoats at 49 cents are very. t
much ol a bargain.
Curtains and Curtain Goods in great variety. . 1
Saturday Night Sato, 6 to 9 Only.
5 cents buys Bleached Muslin worth 8c; limited sale. V
io cents buys wide Ribbons, worth up to 19c.
ROBERT L HOEFLICH, tlSili
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
Or Parker .V Riley's Stnlile, Phone 174.
f Ae htadlngt e "Help
Wanted," "Lost" and "Found," and not txeredlna
three Itnea in length, are I'JtXK to all,
WXo ltunlneo AilrerllM'UU'iiU In.erfttl
If anticen fall to eome the flrtt time, tee tnvttr ai
man repetUtom at are necetsarito iceure what you
'livtrtlie for. We tctih adverlltert to fell thallhei
rr not impoting 0,1 ui by rising our free columns.
HVAdvertHert must furnish copy, which can be
left at the office or sent by mall,
TUB PUBLIC LEDOEll,
No. 10 asi Third Street.
Advertisements under this heading, not execedtnt
Hv lines, 10 rend each insertion, or to cents a uietk.
ANTED-COOK-Apply to J. IIAIUIOUR
WANTED-WASMNO TO DO-In order to
support nsed mother. Apply to MARY
PARKER, West Seoond street. ocU lw
ANTED-HAIR HRAIDS TO MAKE-128
Firth street. scp27 lw
H For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, etc.
Also will buy comfotls, blankets and sheets.
Will oU at homes. J. II. UltAUl'ORU, 42 East
Front street. 'Phone 45. .Mil ly
rilHE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
X will move .anything any time any place,
Olllc George W. Childs cigar stand, 4 We it Sec
ond street, Muysvllle, Ky. Thon 115. Je! ly
Advertisements under this trading, not ezeeedmt
4t Hrui, JO cenff each insertimn, or to cents a uiuk
FOR SALE-GUN New Marlln Itmnmerless
I'utnpQun; bargain. J. A. SIMI'aON.
Advertisements under tha neadmg tntr(4 fTSS
tut advertisers must furnish the copy.
I OST FOUNTAIN l'EN-l!etwen Myall A
JJ Calvert's stable and Washington. Kinder
please return to MAY MALT11Y, Majsvllle HIrIi
LOST-GOLD CltOSS-On Second street be
twee n Washington Theater and C, .t O.
Depot on Thursday night.
Finder please return
io inn omce.
LOST-MUSIC UOOK-lletween PostoHIoe and
Travel's confectionery. Please return to
this otllce. octt lw
LOST COW A f at slx.yc&r-old red cow from
a drove (ailing Gljcerlne Hollow. Please
notify W. H. MAUKOY and reootve reward.
LOST RAIN COAT lletween A. J. Mc
Double's residence and L. .t N. Deuot.
Finder please leave at this otllce.
The Oskamp Jewelky Company, )
Cincinnati, O., February 28.h, 1912. J
To Whom Thit May Conctrn:
This is to certify tbat Jobo L, Walsh was
employed by me, for tbe Oskamp Jowelry Co.,
aa watchmaker for a coosldorable period and
daring that time his work was entirely satis
factory and he was especially adept in repair
ing fine watches and chronographs, and It
gives me great pleasure to recommend him as
a flrst-olass watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for tbe Oskamp Jewelry
Here Are Some
In Small Places
1. Cottage of 4 rooms; I'able. oulbuUdltiRi
and cistern; located on OUrk street, Jun luclc
from forrst avenue. Willi tills plaoa you get
two lots that are worth as uuicu as we will nk
you for the pUoe. I'rloe, ST50.
3. Cottage of i rooms, "new" on Klttn street.
AsureenoiiKh nloe little bom; good location;
ooutractor will waiitmore to bulla the house tbau
ho will sell you the bouse aucl lot fir. Price,
3. Btrro bulldtnir and residence on the Oer
mantown pike, with chicken honsa and plenty
rauite for oblckeos. Prion away down because
we want to sell quick (900,
4 House of 4 rooms, chtoken house, stable and
smokehouse, on Forest aveuue. If jou ever saw
anything obeap tbls Is tbe plaoe 11,000.
5, New bouse of 4 rooms nlovjy located In the
Sixth Ward, Just a step from oar Hue, In Kood
neighborhood, A tilce, modest, oosy Itttle borne.
Price, II, 15a
PARMRRB'and J UiVCVIIIE W
T1UDKK8 UA.HK. flWIOTIM.I. M.
W. A. Wood & Bro. -
Ho. 231) Market Street
l'lione 383, BIAYSVlXiVK, KY.
(In Uuslncss30 Years.)
WE PAY FOR
Green Beef Hides 12c
Veal Calves, No. 1 9c
Beef Tallow, No. 1 7c
Country Bacon 16c
Country Hams 18c
Country Shoulder 14c
We have our store room and slaughtering
house In the best sanitary condition ot any In
the city and we Invite local, state or government
Inspection. We buy the best stock on the mar
ket mid sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
"fiawkes' latest pattern in
gut Glass, fl fine assort
ment of all tfte newesf
Also, a full linfbf $ter
ling Silver. :
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
ins WC m!.- isrss
i jzj- .1
I Do you sco how tho square cross-rods at
top ot head and foot beautify this bed?
Imagine this design with round tubing In
those positions. Would not the result be
"ordinary" and monotonous?
It Is Just such details of clever and artistic
designing that have made our steel beds
so popular. And the very large corner
posts with brass caps all combine to make
this an unusually artistic bed.
Moreover this M is as tfood as It IooLt.
Dccause It Is mJe of drawn ateel tEr!a4f
very llghr In wtlflht eitremely irroag.
A child can move this bed with tbe
greatest ease. Come In and see this bed.
Then you will realize how good it is.
FOR SALE BY '
Sutton Street. iThoneSO
tWIn answering advertisements appearing '.tht -..
ctTumni of thit paper, r when buyln' oodt from a
merchant whose adtmrltsimtntaprrt in lhttppr,
our readtri art tspecialfy requested Io state that lhn
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