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It's a Pity
dothlng can't be told as to ll -vfclue, like
Atbuok le'.coltJo.coollor sugar; then wb an
innocent, vet good boy or roan wants to buy
in? irnrt w&nti It t a fair ptloe, be would not be
inlgM call himself a merchant, can ndmtlsol
lilt, for M 08 Anyone, even though he might
ci h m.el ti man.oan He. bat. I II. I "!$
tW dvanlage of thoie whodon'l Know, ir ono
ISan in Mown who sell. n.erchandl.e .. crooUed.
5 jom moMj tack," and keeping, up to Man
MhS or clean Whcds of i. Hoh :;'- ,, .'
Twentieth Century to u intelligent curaunii..
leo. H. Frank & Co.
Klaysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. ,
Mr. James Dawaon woa a visitor in Ports
mouth, 0., Sunday.
Mr?. Carria M. Pickett is visiting tho family
of Mr. John Uouldio near Feroleaf.
Mrs. John Show and family wero shopping
In Cincinnati Friday and Saturday luf.
Mrs. William Ucilullin of Cjricinnatl, 0., is
the guoit of her sisters of tbj city.
Mr. and Mrs. John U. tlunt are enjoying a
pleasure trip to Now York City with their
Judge G. W. Dye is spending asveral days
with the Umlly of hti son, Mr. J. David Dye,
o.nlaln A. C. ResDess of Lexington, spent
Kanday with with his venerable father.Colooel
Thomas A. Resposa.
L'Ur. Robert Shrofe of Washington City, was
Rt Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. L A. Naden
of Loo atreet.
Mrs.' William JVhnrn and littlo son of
iMIcetTo were tHo weeit-'end cuesta of Mrs.
Sbrdon GUrmffe of past Second street.
2-vand Mrs. Arthur For of Ripley were
sera" from Saturday until Sunday afternoon
flatting her alitor, Mrs. R. P. Pollitt of the
Mr. Gilbert U. Thompson, a well-known
xavelioz man of Cincinnati, was in Maysvllle
Saturday visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr.
Raphael Thompson and Miss Hulda Thompson
(fUr. and Mrs. D. M. Thompson of Crooks
)illo, Ky., have been here since Saturday
fptiog his brother and sister, Mr. Raphael
fhompaon and sister, Miss Uujda Thompson of
Commerce street. The former is a prominent
mdertaker of the capital of Bracken.
M n II Mnrlrwoll nt Ttaprhlinrcr. Plpm nrr
.a '. . ...-.. . ...-..---., . .. -
w0unty, was here Saturday attending the Die
TJct meeting of the Redmen, and received the
tegroe of Past Sachem. Whle in the city he
'SlLIhb Ledger a ploasant call.
louli Naden, Gilbert Tolls, William King
tnd' Lester Qamptoo, who have been working
Cincinnati the past four weeks, returned
5me yesterday and resumod work at the
.tm'estone Cigar Factory this morning which
tartod up after a lay olf of four weeks.
Mr. Charles Huff returnol Saturdty from
ouiavillo whero be went as delegate from
limestone Lodge, No. 3G K. of P., to the
U rand Lodge meeting in that city, lie also
jffiFseveral days with bis uncle, Colonel AV.
IllOvens, a highly esteemed ex-Uaysvillian.
ML m .
JHJversboes are sow being made of a mlituro
.Vrobber and asbestos.
"CLEAN UP DAY"
layor Lee Joins Gov. McCreary
in Request io Make Tomor
row "Red Letter Day"
Che Governor has proclaimed Tucs-
TvHOctober 8th. 1912. as "CLEAN
tAY" in Kentucky. This is a
.v.' of the greatest importance to
..qblic, as a united effort in this
.rection will surely reduce tho fire
isioand in time the lire rate. There-
ireWl ask for the general removal of
lieHrubbiah in and about business
ioui.es, factories, residence?, yardp,
HcSfTbe putting in order of houses
vjfpremises in ndvanco of wiuter
tUffpaVo many fire losses that are
Mto coma otherwise through de-
uCljye flues, stoves arid other heating
rangfimenta. Be auto to sea that
iesy tttoves, grates and piping
Moot) condition before starting
itm our atate-wlde "CLEAN UP
L will request Chief ilitc to
s men make an insnection of
entire Wty n prder to ceo how
OEE1 XJJR DAY" Ttaa been
sWMihe1 cUbona of -Maya
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HmillA''MK',t'WjVl ..Tk"""" RRUJJUHaU .lMWgj,IA4MllVIUl I ,jii
,mjL.xiiutjLit '. A'U9WUrt.ujafiav.vu Tisfro. ,' ' vwjm-. ", fe . veammt&mj!mi a
Tho Balkn.i war blufl is a'Jni on.
British lloueo ol Uommona read
Tho Becker police grnft utnl murder
trinla bo" today in New York.
Totrtl anthracite production in Sep
tember estimated at 0,000.000 tona.
Car shortage is causing n freight
congestion in Cincinnati and other
Iteports are that tho entire tobucco
WJllians were also to blow up High
Dridgo l'yi b safa in the barns.
Ir. the trial ol'tffo dynamiters ft
Indiannprtlj8 H develop that tho
in Kentucky. v
Tha (rouble in Nicnrnugua is M
volving U. 8, troops and many lives
have been lost.
Three men were killed by tho ex
plosion of a gasoline launch near
Gunteraville, Ala., on the Tennessee
Chicago & Eastern Illinois report
for fiscal year shows surplus over divj
dends of $105,000, n decrease of
Wage agreement signed by Southern
railway prevents strike of 13,000 men
by granting 10 per cent, increase,
amounting to about $1,300,000.
George Coppwas fined $1,00U in the
Federal Court at.Detroit on a plea ol
guilty to the charge of smuggling two
two Chinese into this country.
Regular monthly meeting of City Council
The foot ball game Saturday between the
Uaysvllle High School team and the Dellovue
team resulted In a victory for the latter, the
scoro be'ng 25 to 0.
Frank II. Clark has taken offices In the
First National Bank Building, and will engage
In handling high-grade investment securities,
tie is prepared to serve and solicits the pat
ronage of allwbo are looking for safe and
Mr. T. S. McDonald, the contractor Is sched
uled to liiavo for Irvine, Ky., today with a
score or more of laborers, where be will sup
erintend the construction of a big section of
of track oa the extension of the L. and N.
now building In that growing country.
The regular monthly moeting of the May;-,
ville W. C. T. U. will be field this after-
noon with Mrs. J. W. Powers In Eist Third
street at 4 o'clock. All members urged to be
prosent as the report from tho State Conven
tion at Mt. Sterling will be read.
Mooting at the Baptist Church
The meeting at the Baptist Church is grow
ing io Interest. Dr. G. W. Ferryman of Nor
folk, Vs., will arrive tomorrow and preach bis
drat aormon at tho evening service. Dr. Boyd
Muse has boen employed tn sing In the meet
ings, and a great lFort Is being made to have
good music. There will be a baptism tonight.
All are invited to attend these services.
Rev. J. M. nxvuonE.
BLUE GRASS LEAGUE
Maysville, Lexington and Frank
fort Made Money Last Year
Eight Teams This
Tho directors of tho Blue Grass
League met in the ofllcea of the Lex
ington Baseball Club lato Friday after
noon, when the affairs of the past
season were wound up, a Blight assess
ment on each club being found neces
eary to meet tho expenses of tho
league, and tho outlook for tho 1913
season was discussed. Lexington,
Frankfort and Mayavillo reported to
have made money on tho season.
Richmond broko about oven, but Mt.
Sterling and Paris both lost heavily.
In both placea this was probably due
to tho poor showing the teama repre
senting the towna mado in tho race
and not the lack of baseball interest,
Tho directors all seem to feel that
tho league will be much atrongor next
year, and it. is rumored that two,
more citiea will join the league, mak
ing It a regular eight-team" circuit, but
the names of the towna were not given
out, and probably tho directors them
selves do not yet know. Those rir.es
eut at the meeting were:
Messrs. A. L. Coleman, Frankfort;
T. M. Russell and Jsmeu Summers,
Mayaville; J, W, Bacon, Pri8,'(by
proxy); Finney of Mt, Bterjlng: T. A,
City Council meoti tonight.
Machine hands and bench hands wanted at
Mason Lumber Co.' plant.
Jamos Whitcomb Riley's Birthday
"Is that Mr. Riley
We speak of io highly."
Today the entire country Is honoring the
natal day of the .'Ooisler poet," Jma Whit
Our Colored gitiztns.
Henry Jackson, a worthy colored citizen
died Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at his
home In Cherry alley, between Front and Soc
ond itreete, after a six months sickness with
dropsy, aged about f5. lie leaves a wife.
The funoral took place ycaterday afternoon
under the au'plces of Congo River Lodge
Interment In Maysvllle Cemetery.
- siTunuAi's amis.
nrpoklyn p. Kew York I.
Cincinnati fl, pjtutprgh R.
Boatou II, Philadelphia y,
Chicago 3, St. LouU J.
New York 8, Washington 6,
Dotrolt 0, Chicago 5.
St. I.ouli 13, ClovcUnd I.
I'htiburgh 16, Cincinnati a.
Chicago 4, St, Lou a 3.
No other gmnei scheduled.
Cleveland 8, St. Louis 3.
ChlcaRO 9, Detroit 4.
No other games scheduled.
TANDlNa or cLunr,
Hon l.ott. I'd.
103 44 .C?3
St. Louis 63
Hoiton 63 1UI
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Following are this morning's quotations on
oountryproduce, telephoned at9o'olookby E.L
Manohester.Maoagerot the Keystone Commer
Dutter.J .... 16o
Turkeys, 4 pound nd over T6o
Heus ,V t............M.....,.10n
Springers, IM Its each...- 133
Old Roosters - 6o
MATBVILLX UKTAIL MABK(T.
Coaloll, headlight, VB1 & -
Coffee, V ,S
GoldenSyrup.gal- . 35 40
Molasses.uewcrop, f gal. 60 ...
Molasses, old crop, gal
Sorghum, lanoy new, W Bl 0
Suuar.yellow, V lb. t4
Sugar.extra.O., V B -. (XQ 1
Sugar, A., V B 7 ...
SuRar, granulated, P B.- 7 ..
SugAr, powdered, fl n. 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, $ E
Teas, V lb 30 4 1.00
rrovliloneanii Country Produce.
Apples, dried, V a O -
Uaoou, breakfast, 9 B... 20 30
llacon, clear sides, V &... 16 & 17
Uacon.IUras, $ tt 17 & 3J
Uaoon, shoulders, V & 15
lleans.Dgal 60 0 65
Uutter.ytb 30 35
Kirgs,doz .. 20 & 25
Flour, Jefferson, fJ bbl 6.00 & ...
Plour, Alpha, V hbl ...... 6 75 0 ...
Perfection 5 60
Flour, Orhim, V sack 40 0 ..
Hominy gal...... 20 0 ...
Honey, V S) 15 0 20
Lard,$ lb 13 0 15
Meal.tf peok 30 0 ...
Potatoes, fJ peck 25 0 ...
Young Chickens, jl lb 18 0 ...
Apples, table ... 20 0 25
Uananas, V dozen 16 0 20
Lemons, V doien.. 40 0 ..
Limes, fl dozen . 20 0 ...
Pineapples, can, a'lced 0 01 ...
California Oranges 30 40
Cincinnati, Oct. 7, 1912.
Shippers 13 2'.SI" 95
Extrn 17 60018 00
Uutoher Steers, extra 17 GC&I7 76
Good to choice tfl 26017 50
Common to fair 14 25016 CO
Heifers, extra f6 OC0I6 T
Good to choice ,i 2(015 75
Common to fair.,,, 13 60015 00
Cows, extra M 15 &C&I5 ,5
Good to choice 14 250(5 25
Common to fair 19 10014 CO
Canners ft 00013 26
Hulls, bologna II 60015 15
Extra 1525015 25
Fat bulls (5 OC0(5 50
Extra 10 CC0IO 00
Fair to good 5....C8 C0 9 76
Common and targe 14 600 0 60
Heavy bogs. 19 10019 20
Paokers and butchers 19 20019 25
Mixed packers 19 100(9 20
Stags 1 6C0I7 75
Heavy fat sowa 16 tC0(8 60
Light shippers 17 8018 75
Pigs, 110 pounds andless.H 00017 16
Extra i..l3 6O0l
Oood to obolos ,..13 000)3 40
Common to fair II 25012 75
Extra - ....7OO0I
Oood to oholM..,. 16 60016 90
Common tofalr. 14 250(0
Yearlings................ 13 60011 16
No. t red M...1 Oiai 06
No. S red MM...M...... 80(9t 00
No,4 red .... M 793 VI
No.l whlte ..........a 70
No.Syallow. ..... 69
No, S mixed M 60
No. J white I 37
No, 3 mlxod,.,.M,.,.....MM 34
Np.l tlmothy.-....M-.ll7 5fflII7 70
No.ltlmothy ,.,M.M.II6 OQQIta 86
No. 3 tlmothy,.;.,.M;:il5 7C0IU Ti
No.l oloTflr-..M-....,iia oe4i.M
Ho,tolQ7r,iplitt4..M,,..lU air oo
Jtoftjitew bIx........(14 Wft16 M
5 Tfi t j ap.
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WHY DON'T YOU TAKE BETTER
CARE OF YOUR HAIR I
Don't let it turn fircy. Don't let the
Dandruff get a foothold and start the hair
It's not natural that young women should
have thin grey hair that they cannot dress
It should always be natural-colored-Iuz-urlant
full of life and radiance free from
ugly grey hairs ond annoying Dandruff.
Noiuro intended that a woman's hair
should bo one of her chief attractions.
Why not help her to keep it io ?
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
J 1.00 and SOo at Dn Stores or direct upon
receipt of price and dealer's name. Send 10c for
trial bottle.-Phllo Hay Spec. Co. Nowark, N. J.
For Male anil Rrcoiniiicmlnl Uj
T. J.. ClirnuHrlli,
the Hall House
Sold by tho Home Tobacco Company.
COVGHUN & CO.
The gage marks G.8 and falling.
An escaped apo from an Itinerant show
back of Aberdeen made its appearance In town
yesterday moroiag qnd arejtal saraevhit of
a tumult among the sedate villagers, It Is
still wandering at large with a $25 ruward of
fered for Its captur.
Off For the Works
Yesterday evening the steamer Enquirer
landed at the wharf here and took aboard
twenty-one laborers destined for Ashland to
work on the construction of Lock and Dim
No. 29. The entire number aboard the
boa', gathered up at various points along
the river towns, was probably one hundred and
fifty. None of Uaysvllle's habitual bafers
were among the number.
l"i if . " fi m mi urn nifcj..
For saiety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
BCONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.'
The State National Bank
CHAS. 0. PEMICE,
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
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 we have ever shown.
You have no idea can't unless you see them
how far in advance of all other "young men's
1 ' styles." These are Hart, Schaffncr & Marx's
Varsitp line and Ederheinior-Stein's "Fit Form."
The Fashions Are Lively, Snapyy.
and Stunning !
But the most important (act is that the clothes
are all-wool and the tailoring is such that the
clothes keep shapo.
Try the Best Shoes Made
This winter. We sell them. All the latest fads
in Furnishings. A special sale on Underwear
Saturday, October 5th. Don't miss it.
J.ftWesley Lee aLV
$ dNsrtHmt Ctr Mil
tfJkT!e-14; . "" $ ''
liB1Tre' ' aT i.j rf
Langhorna Tabb Hall bsa been appointed
by the County Court Administrator of Ulsi
Uary 0, Pickett, deceased, with ft. 0. Picket!
urotv on bond,
D. HECHINGER & CO.,
Farm for Sale I
Persons desiring to purchase a good small farm
In a splendid locality on easy paym-nls will do
well to attend the sale of Mr. Frank Wilson next
luuny nuiTDuon 01 tne oiu j'nrry homestead,
near the Ssrdls pike about two miles Writ of the
Lexington pike, The farm contains 30 ncres and
will bo sold tn the premises. oot4 3t
Nice to Have in the Home !
Absolutely Pure Filtered
One JBint Bottle 25c
Your physician can- treat successfully
all ordinary eye disaster. If tn
operat on ia necessary he will refer
you to a REAL specialist In t;ve sur
gery. When glasses are noattaaary
he will adylse you to see the skfi'i'jed
optician, one who knows glasses frotii
A to Z. He will tell you to go to
Simpson because he knows that the
man who specializes Is the one to
consult about his specialty,
J. A. SIMPSON,
Seoond Floor First National Hank.
H. C. SHARP,
am, Swond: Strati.
f ,- . f
T ' v t . '
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k-t.ii wipmny i W
A store filled with new
Special display of Ladies' Neckwear all day. Many
Outings at 5 and 8U cents. A- fine opportunity to
See the new Dress Ginghams; dark and washable ,,v
ine Keady.to-wear petticoats at aq cents aro v.fv
much ol a bargain.
rinrfninc iinrl Pnrfn!,, nnn,ln ! . ....:..!..
........ ,...w uuuuiu uuuua 111 wicai vuricby. .t
5 cents buys Bleached
10 cents buys wide Ribbons, worth up to 19c.
ROBERT L HOEFLlCIf, "JA" (
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
Or I'arker A. Riley's Stabto. Phone 171.
ATi fifeiriri f Ailvsrtttemtntt undt
LlV S IVUI U&i th
ehentllnot of "lltln
Wanted," "Lott" and "Found," and not tzeetdlng
'hrte lines In length, are FllEK to all.
r.Vo Iluntnru AilrerlUruicuU Ium-HihI
antweri full to come the first ttme, u tnvlts at
nany repetitions as are necetsaryla sctyrc what you
i ertlse of. U' with atrtUers to 4t I that thel
i e not tmtnutu.ii. on, us ti; mUff our free columns.
Kir Advertisers uaT furnish copy, uhtch can It
eft at the office or sent ty mnll.
tub pvjilic iKDar.n,
A'o. 10 Xast Third Street.
Advertisements under this heading, not exeeedlnt
ttvi lines, to cents each insertion, or SO cents a week.
ANTED-COOK Apply to .1.
WANTED-WASHING TO DO-Ia order to
support aged mother. Apply to MARY
PARKER, West Second street. oct4 Iw
ANTED-llAIR IIRAIUS TO MAKE-12K
nun sireei. aepiw
WANTED SECOND-HAND CLOTHING -For
both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, whlto underskirts, etc
Also will buy comjoiti, bankets and sheets
W TJ 1 call at homes. J. II. UIIAUI'ORD.4 East
Fropt street. Thone4l5. Jaul ly
a llin J. T. MACKEV TRANSFER COMPANY
. will m,Ve nnythlne any time any place,
Olllco QO-orgo W. Chllili clgikr stand, 1 West Sec
ond street, Maysvllle, Ky. Thorn 115. Je5 ly
REMOVAL Mrs. U.S. Davidson desires to In
lorm htttr patrons and friends that the has
removed her juilllLery store to cornet o( Ucoud
and LlmestonVi streets. oct7 lw
Adxertistments tiiuh-r (Alt heading, not exeeedint
tvf Unit, to cents each, inttrlltn, or to cents a week
FOR SALE-QUN--New Marlln Hammerless
1'utupQun; bargAtn. J. A. SIMPSON.
Aiiertttementt under (lilt headxng nisrlstX fret
itil aatcrtlsers must furnish tht copy.
1 OST FOUNTAIN PICN-Hetween Myall A
IJ Calvert's atahltt nnd. WHChlnctoii, Kinder
please return to MAY M Af.TliY, Majavllle Ulgh
school. oct5 lw
LOST MUSIC IJOOK-Uetween Postoffloeand
Traxcl'a confectionery. Please return to
thlsolllce. ootl lw
LOST COW A fat lU-yeaj-old red row from
a drove insslnz Gljceritie Hollow. Please
notify W. U. MACKOY aud n'foelve rewrd.
LOST-HUILDING ASSOCIATION 1IOOKS
Scmiwhere In city. Flnijter please return
them to this ofllce. nct7 lw
The Oskamp Jeweluy Company. )
Cincinnati, 0., February 28m, 1912. )
To Whom Thit May Concern:
Tula U to certify tbat Joho L. Walsh wo
employed by me, for the Odkamp Jewelry Co.,
aa watchmaker for a considerable period and
during that time his work was entirely satis
factory and he was especially adept in repair
log fine watches end chronographs, and It
gives roe great pleasure to recommend him aa
a flrst-clasa watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for the Odkamp Jewelry
Here Are Some
In Small Places
1 fltanA eS A vnm.. .laKta millntlMltif
and cistern; located on Ulark streot, Jusl biojlc
irom roreii avunuo. wuii iius piaca you gtji
two lots tliat are worth as much as we will asx
you for the place, i'rloe, K7M). '
2, Cottage of 4 rooms, "now" on Fifth street
A sure enough nice little honm; good locations
uoutraotor will wantmore to build the house that)
we will sell you tha homo and lot f.r. Prlcv.
3, Strro building and residence on tho arc
mantown pike, with ohloken house aud plenty
range for ohlokens. 1'rlce away down beoattse
we want to sell quick 1900,
4, House of 4 rooms, chicken hnuse, stable anil
smokehouse, on forest avcuuo. If jouever say
anything cheap this Is the place II.IXX).
5, New hoase of 4 rooms nicely located In tllta
Sixth Ward, Just a step from or line, In good
neighborhood. A nice, modest, oozy Utile home.
Fall nnd Winter Goods at vp
Salo, 6 to 9 Only.
Muslin worth 8c; limited sale.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 220 Market Street
l'hone 283, MAYSVItLK, KT.
(In Iluslness 30 Years.)
WE PAY FOR
Green Beef Hides 12c
Veal Calves, No. 1 9c
Beef Tallow, No. 1 ... . 7s
Country Bacon 16c
Country Hams 18c
Country Shoulder 14c
We Ivave our store room and slaughtering
house la the best sanitary condition ol air la
the city and we Invito looal, atate or government
Inspection. We buy tho best stook oa the mar
ket aud sell at the lonest prloes.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
ffjawRcs' latest pamrn in
gut Glass. JUiite assort
ment of all tbctftwesi
Jllso, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
P W HTS
Do you sec how the square cross-rods at
top of 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 liave made our steel beds
so popular. And the very large corner
posts with brass caps all combine to make
this an unusually artistic bed.
Moreorer tht Ltd U t good aa It looli.
Became It Is mJe of drawn stetl tobliitf,
Ttry light In weight eitremtly ttroatf.
A rhlld can move this bed with the
greatest case. Come In and see this bed.
Then you will realize how good It 1$.
KVli answering advertisements appearing ',.
f luraru of this paper, or thin buyt' -iQdi from
merchant urhoit advertisement aprJr tn tklepapef
Mr reajert ar. especially moutsttd U ttutalhal th4
mu Me advertisement tn Tun Pualio LiT'
fait ttttt eott you nothing, and tt ulU U eri&
ttppreslated by both the advertiser nnd tht XeHtr
sojlkretubingQi I j
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FOR SALE BY 7
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