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It's a Pitr
nlnlklnonan'tliA told ft! tO ltl Talue. Ilka
Atbnckl' coffee, coaloll or sugars then when an
lniiocsnt, yet good boy or man wants to ouys.
autt. and wants It at a fair prloe, lis would not bo
afraid of being oheated Anroue.evcn though he
might call hlmsolf a merchant, can acherllie l
aulU t or 13 DS. Anjone, even though he might
call himself a man, can lies but. like a boomerang,
thev return. Belling o'othing bring out the best
In man, In that verv few know Iti roal value, ana
tome laletmen and proprietors Bro tempted to
take advantago or uioio wnouoni kuuw. huih
man In a town who sells merchandlte li crooked,
It aires all a black eye. bet no one say of any
Maysvllle merchant that they are rascals. If we
hiMM.iu r mi rrinr mn In inll nnvone anything
which proves unworthy oflts prloe, jou will do
ui a great favor to return and get your money,
elvln ui an opportunity to not only sustain our
reputation by giving you "absolute snllifaotlon
or your money bok," and keeping up to nigh
Ideal of clean methods of selling clothing In the
Twentieth Contury to n intelligent c-iimunlty,
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers.
HAVaVlLLX, KY .
Mrs. Nannie Clark leaves today or a
journ at Martinsville, tod.
ri. T. B. UcCann of Gonrgetown is vlsll
log ber daughter, Mrs. Paul P. Cullen of Third
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kennntt of Ashland are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wooki of Casto
Mr. M. 0. Boss of Cincinnati, spent Sanday
bera the guest af Miss Lula Reed of West
'Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Young of Flemlngsbarg
were Roests of Mr. and Urs. L. 11. Young of
West Second street yesterday.
Connty Clerk J. J. Owens, Deputy Sheriff
John Clark and Dr. A. 0. Taylor left for Lex
ington this morning to attend the trots.
Mr. and Mrs. UcCann of Georgetown, Ky.,
were here yesterday In attendance upon the
funeral of their uncle, Mr. Patrick Dwyer.
Mr. Paul Danley of Pirls was here yester
day In attendance upon tbo funeral of hie
relative, tho late James Slattery.
Mrs. Lena Kenner of Cincinnati, has return
ed home after a pleasant visit with Mr. and
Mrs. George Dinger of Market street and othor
''Miss Grace Redmond and Urs.'il. Uyera of
Hartwell, 0., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James 8. Redmond of West Second street and
Editor J. J. Altmeyer of Tho Bulletin and
Publisher James Pordon of The Independent
were In Cincinnati the past week enjoying the
sights at tbe Printora' Exhibit Exposition and
attendiog the "Cost Congress" They bad a
, good time and forgot all about tbe high cost
of living In small cities like Uaysvllle.
World's scries for baseball cham
pionship between Giants and Ked Sox
begins at New York.
National Sales and Advertising Au
-vtomobile Convention opens at Indian
", Ait. iioiyoico uoiicge (..Mass.; win
bo 75 years old.
London suffragettes will march to
Edinburgh in tho interest of their
cause. The distance is 400 miles.
Washington market, New York, will
0r Colored Citizens,
The Ladles' Aid No. 2 will meet Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the borne .of Miss
Nstid Norfolk Divine Will Preach
His First Sormon Tonight at
First Baptist Church
Dr. G. W. Perryman of Norfolk, Vs.. will
' ' arrive today, and preach his first sermon at
he Baptist Cburcb tonight. Dr. Perryman is
-a nan who baa made for himself a wide repu
te Ration, fle has been Pastor at Newport, Ky.,
'FirsfHsptiit Cburcb, Cincinnati; Detrick ave,-
sa Baptist Church, Knoxvllle, Tenn , and Is
vaow Pastor of the great First Church at Nor.
w8 has filled the strongest pulpits In this
country, and bis made the reputation of.bjtng
of our ablest preachers. We coogratu-
lU WfMlrei opon being able to secure him
K neetlog, Tbe people of Maysvllle
a rare opportunity to hear one of tbe
i gospel preachers In the South. Wo want
htndrad people to bear him tonight; will
who reads this Invitation be
rOM of the five bundreoT
We extend a cor.
'411 Jatltatlo to all tbe Christian people in
cfty, as wall aa to the unsaved to attend
t4eMttfljp, We are looking forward to
greatest meeuog ue oxy oas ever-ex-
rhwesd. Will you jjia us to this great
it to Lrlsg tbs lost to Chrkt?
The ladloi qf tbe (bo Episcopal Chutoh rljj
gtve a silver ten Saturday afternoon fftito-4
to 5, at tbe borne of Mrs. John L. Wkitaker,
to which all who dsslro to attend are most
Tbe event Is given for the purpose of rots
Ing funds for the Improvement of tho Church
choir, and Is a most worthy cause.
Boosts Saloon License to $1,000
Permits Granted For
Maysvillo is on tho Boom
Don't You Forget It
Council met in regular session Monday night
Mayor Lee in the chair.
The report of the Polico Judge was as fol
lows: Fines inUl " 80
Worked out 183 40
Working out 838 PO
Total M18 10
Tho Mayor reported that ho had collected
during tlio past month $25 for liconses
Tho Wharf master roportod not collodions for
tho past month $4 1.2G.
Tho report of tho City Troasurer totals as
llilance 695 41
Kecelpts I 5.270 26
Totnl h.0i 07
Kxpeiullturcs 3,or 07
Halance 2.310 CO
Tho report of the Claims and Accounts
Committee was aa follows:
Alms mul Almshouse 1 233 58
Internal Improemcnts idO 67
Gns ami electricity COS 8
IloardliicHiul gnnnllng prisoners. SOU 80
Fire Department 3385
Tubllo Library 50 00
City Mission 20 CO
Miscellaneous 1,108 40
Totil I3,3t 81
Tho following permits were granted:
Louis Giebke, one story luildlog with a
composition roof, siding iron or lumber, build
ing 134x128 with open shed Loose Leaf
Warehouse situated on Poplar street, Fifth
William Uearne, two-story, frame dwelling
and out buildings, roof to be metal; Wood
and Elizabeth streets, Sixth Ward.
Archie Holing and other?, an addition to
house oo Third Btreet, Sixth Ward.
James A. Wallace, two story, frame dwell
ing, motal roof," corner Poplar and Forest
J. Wesloy Lee, an addition to residence;
constrnction to be of frame and roof of metal
or composition, Second street, Sixth Ward.
During the month of September tbe Fite
Department answered two fire alarms.
The matter of reductag Ur. Laura Collins'
tax assessment of $4,000 on money, note?,&c,
as returned by tin Equsl zitlon Board, was re
ferred to tbe Proposition and Grievance Com
mittee with Instructions to report back at
next meeting of Council.
A proposition submitted by tbe owners of
the Farmers' and Independent Warehouse
Companies was read, whereby they agree to
contribute ?G0O towards tbe construction of
El zabeth street, provided the city would build
and keep the thoroughfare In repair. The
street completed will cost about $1,200. The
mattor was referred to the Internal Improve
ment Committee, with the Mayor added, with
power to act.
The Central Warehouse Company was
granted the right to construct a railroad
switch across Poplar street, the same to be
put down under tho supervision of the Inter
nal Improvement Committee.
The Old Gold Hill property in East Third
street wss condemned, according to law, as
unsafe, and Mayor Lee will take action in the
matter after first communicating with the
owner, Mr. Ben Thomas.
A communication signed by Horatio Flcklln,
President of the Neptune Fire Campany, and
H. A. Ort, Secretary of samp, was read. The
Neptune-Firo Company In appreciation of tbe
honor bestowed upon its late President, and
Father of the Company, Robert Ficklio, Sr.,
In naming the new fire machine ' Uncle Bob,"
offered aa a free gift the handsome bell that
now adorns the Hose Reel of said company.
The gift was accepted and will be placed on
the new machine with a aultablo tablet con
taining a short history Incident to the gift and
After aa honorable and unsurpassed record
as a Policeman of the City of Maysvllle for tbe
past eight years, Patrick Ryan last evening
resigned his position as sucb, and tbe vacaooy
was filled by election of Dudley BloombutT to
fill out tbe uoexplred term.
Incandescent lights were asked for Sutton
street IQII, Commerce street, Houston avenue
and Lower Walt street. Referred to Light
Commlttoe with povor to act.
Uattle Strawder and Alice Gray were
placed on the pension list at $1 per month.
Though belated, the bill for the new auto
fire machine was "Uncle Bob," nllowod,
The $1,000 saloon license ordinance wa
L. T. Gaebko was granted tbe prirlloge of
erecting a atn in Poplar street.
NotLIsg furtler Cmell djrfd..
; ff'. UJ, t'lVJ-,!.." i.J-U1 .'" Wii'
Lexington Fall Trots begins today,
Tho father of Kev. E. L. Powell of
Louisville is very ill at Norfolk, Vu.
Holm Reynolds, aged 5, was killed
by a kick of a colt near Nicholasville.
No war between Turkey and Balkan
States, just yet. Big Towers step in.
Lewis Voight 75, well known paper
manufacturer of Cincinnati died yes
Max 0. Napier, 23 years old Ken
tucky soldier, blew his brains out at
Tho Interstate Commerce Commis
sion has instituted an inquiry into
complaints ol car shortage.
A weather market in cotton is
promised and shorts aro nervous ovor
the possibility ol froBt.
Thomas J. Ityan, for many years
Democratic leader in Philadelphia,
ended his life by shooting.
Brack Maupin, a farmer, shot and
killed James Faris at Richmond and
then slashed his (Paris') body with a
New Yokk, October 7. 1'ost-oftico
inspectors of two countries, secret ser
vice men and the W. J. Burne detec
live agency are investigating today
the mysterious disappearance ol a re
gistered mail package containing
$200,000 consigned from Havana to
the National Park bank of this city.
Following are this morning's quotations on
Manchester, Maoagerot tbe Keystone Commer
Kgxs, losiod, perdoien..
Turkeys - ...
Springers, IK lbs eacb..
Old Roosters ...
MiTiVlLL naraiL sunn.
Coaloll.beadllght, W gal I 15 O ...
Coffee, J tt . 40
Golden Syrup, $ gal 35 40
Molaiies.uewcrop, V K' - - " -
Molasses, old orop, V gal....- -
Sorghum, fanoy new, 9 gal.......... 40
Sugar,yellow, $ S. . 6)i
Sugar.extra.C, t S dU 7
Sugar, A., V & 7 -
Sugar, granulated, i B.... 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, tJ lb. 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, tf S.
Tas,V lb . 30 1.00
rrorltiom and Country I'rotfuct.
Apples, dried, f) lb . ...
Uacon, breakfast, $ &... 20 30
Uacon, clear sides, B 16 17
Uacon, Hams, lb 17 SJ
Uacon, shouldorn, V tt 10 15
Ucans.Vgal 50 55
Dutter.tllb SO 35
Kdgs.tfdoz .. 90 25
Plour, Jefferson, ) bbl 6.00 ...
Flour, Alpba, V bbl 6 75 ...
Perfection 5 50
Flour, Oraham, V sack 40 ...
Hominy gal....... 20 ...
Honey, V & .... 15 SO
Lard, p lb 13 15
Heal.V peck - 30 ...
Potatoes, peok 25 ..
Young Chickens, V 18 ...
Apples, table. .. 20 25
Bananas, fj) dozen.... 15 20
Lemons, f) dozen 40 ..
Limes, fl dozen n 20 ..
Pineapples, can, s'loed 20 ...
California Oranges 30 40
CINCINNATI, Oct. 7, 1913.
Shippers to S&!7 9i
Extra 17 eO&48 00
llutober Steers, extra. ....17 60(217 73
Good toobolce (0 S5I7 50
Common to (air II 25J DO
Hellers, extra 18 UOQtO 75
Good tocnoloe tS HQ.16 7ft
Common to fair...... 13 &0f5 U)
Oows, extra (5 50&lo 75
Good to obolce II 25Qf5 25
Common to lair 13 C02U W
Canners li OO&SJ ii
llulls, bologna II 50315 15
Extra 15 S55 25
Fat bulls ..15 U0(5 50
Extra 10 OOaiO 00
Pnlrtogood 18 a 9 75
Common and large It W 9 50
Heavy bogs 19 10319 3fl
Packers and butobers 19 S0QI9 25
Mixed paokers 19 103(9 30
Stags II E0O17 75
Heavy (at sows 14 50OM 50
Extra I l....
Llghtshlppers 17 8'OI8 75
Pigs, 110 pounds andless.ll 00317 75
Extra 13 6031
Good to oholoe IS 0033 0
Common tolalr. , II 25313 75
Extra 17 0031
Good to oholoe IS 60M 90
Common to (air. M 25310 23
Yearlings.... IS 50311 tS
No. J red 1 0131 04
No. 3 led 90(91 00
No. i red 790 93
No.l white I 70 01 71
No. 3 yellow 59 Q 70
No. 1 mixed.... 19 Q 70
No.l while ..,,...,.,.. I 37 3S7K
No, I mlisd.M,M. ..,. 34 91K
No.l timothy .117 tttl7 75
No. 3 timothy ........,.H00SI9 96
No.l tlmothy......,M.H5 74116 75
No.l olovtr. ......mlll Mtlt UI
Mo.J(rioTirtxH.....,..lHl lMH M,
.J, I J-
' ,i JJ,-1 iiunj'iwmw
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UhRrlcs A. Duuhatri, & furmer, sui
cided by taking Btrychnina at his
home near Paris, Dunham formerly
lived at Levanna. t
The Government will leaso a tract
of coal luud in Wyoming instead of
selling it, in deferonco to the demands
of leading conservationists,
3 Chairman W. D, Cochran ot the
Kentucky Republican Campaign Com
mittco is homo from Louisville and
declares tho Taft skies are brighten
ing every day.
The rally ot tho combined Holy
Namo societies of Campbell and Ken
ton counties In Newport, Sunday af
ternoon, nttracted a crowd cstimaed
at 60,000. In the procession were
more than 3,600 men.
m m i .i.i
INMANAPOMS, Ind., October 7. A
surprise was sprung by tho Govern
ment in the dynamite trials to-day
when Edward Clark, former business
agent of tho Cincinnati Ironworkers'
union, pleaded guilty, time joining
Ortie McManigal as nn informer.
The gage marks G.2 and falling.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by tbe Home Tobacco Company,
COUGH LIN & CO.
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's several grades, but be sure It's Hook wood
30c to 40c Por Pound
One pound packages. One pound cam. All
The E. R. Webster Co. &.
For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
ICONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. O. PEARCE,
Daylight Window Displays
It Is wonderful bow beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under tbo '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
styles." These are Hart, Schafiuer & Marx's
Varsitp line and Ederheimer-Stein's,"Fit Form."
The Fashions Are Lively, Snapyy.
and Stunning !
But the most important iact 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 them. All the latest lads
in Furnishings. A special sale on Underwear
NdslhtMt Cor. Mtrkit
frepotual motion: tbo bousewlfo at work.
There Is gqod look Jo4 a Jiorseshoe when It
la f astene'oVto. the horse's foot.
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
D. HECHINGER & CO.,
Nice to Have in the Home !
Absolutely Pure Filtered
One Pint Bottle 25c
Yonr physician can treat snecessf ally
all ordinary eye disesses. if an
operat on is nocetsary be will refer
you to a REAL specialist in eye sur
gery. When glasses are necessary
be will advise you to see the skilled
opticisn, one who knoas glasses from
A to 7i. He will toll yon to go to
Simpson bocauie ho knows that the
man who specializes is tbe one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First National Hank.
H. C. SHARP,
5th. Don t miss it.
ind Sicaml Struti
.' U I
. Foi) the ;CoId Weather That Is On the Way
Get some of the Outing Bargains at 5c and 8 c a yd.
The lovely Dark Dress Ginghams at 10c a yard.
'the heavy and serviceable Wash Skirts at 49c.
A pair of large, heavy Cotton Blankets only $1 pair. l
A pair beautiful Plaid Blankets only 1.50 pair.
Homemade, clean Cotton Comforts in beautiful
More Gloves than ever before 25c to $3 pair.
Newest Neckwear, in great variety.
Curtain Goods of surpassing beauty and style.
Standard Fashions for October are here. V
Buy some of Hocflich's brand of Hosiery and l)e
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, "af'i
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
Or Parker .V Riley'. Stable, Phone 171.
No Charge ,;;j
htadlngt 0 "Help
Wanted," "Loit" and "JTound," anil twt exceeding
three ttnes in length, are FJtKE to all,
i"c Ituolnrw AdTCi-tlu'niruta InarrUsl
a mu at fall to come the Jlnt time, ue tm lie at
nany repetition! at are neeenaryto noire what foij
Vi rrflie for. We with ad ertltrrt to feel that thei
re not Impottng on vt by using our free eolumnt,
OVAdxertttert must furntth copy, which can be
eft at th office or tent by mall,
TltS rVBLIC LXDQEll,
So. 10 y.att Third Street
Adt erlttemenli unaer thtt heading, not rxeeedtnl
1i (diet, lOcentl eaeMmertttn.oriOeenti a week.
TtOU REXT-IIOl'Sn-Of flvo rooms on Kast
J- Klf'li street. LonK yard, stater In house.
Apply to MISS MAMIE ARCHDEACON.
Adrerttttmentt under thtt heading, not exceedtnt
fv4 llnet, 10 cent 1 each IntertUn, or to eentt a week.
ANTED-COOK-Apply to J.
WANTED-WASHING lO DO-In order to
support aged mother. Apply to MARY
PARKER. West Second street. ooUlw
WANTED SECOND-HAND OI.OTHINO
For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, eto.
Aim will buy comfotts. blankets and sheets.
Will call at homes. J. 11. HltADl'OIlD. 43 East
Front street. 'Phone 415. Jaiilly
-Apply to 311 ltogle
WANTED-Younis Inly to learn millinery
tmda. Apply to New York Store.
alHE J. T. MACKKY TRANSFER COMPANY
will move anything any time any place.
OlllceQeorne v, Chllfls cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, Maysvllle, Ky. 'Phone 115. Je5 ly
REMOVAL Mrs. U.S. Davidson desires to In
lorm ber pat runs mid friends that she has
removed her millinery store to corner ol becond
and Limestone streets. oct7 lw
Adirtltetiientt under (All nending inurf.a flu
tul advert iter 1 mutt fumith the copy.
I OST FOUNTAIN PEN-Uetween Myall A
IJ Calvert's atable and Washington. Finder
please return to MAY MALTUY, Majsvllle High
LOST MUSIC HOOK lletween Poatolllce and
Traxel's confeollonery. Please return to
ihlsoillce. ootl w
The Oskaup Jeweliiy Company. )
Cincinnati, 0., February 28. b, 1912. J
To Whom Thit May Concern:
This is to certify that John L. Walsh was
employed by me, for tbe Osksmp Jewelry Co.
as watchmaker for a consldorable period and
during that time bis work waa entirely satis
factory and ha was especially adept in repair
log fine watches and chronographs, aod it
gives me groat pleasure to rocommend him as
a flrsl-olasa watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for tbo Oskamp Jowelry
Here Are Some
In Small Places
1. Cottsge of 4 rooms; s'able, outliulldlnps
and cittern; locntvd on Clark street, Jusi tisolc
from rorrst aveuuo, With this place you get
two lots iliat are worth as muoh as we will aik
you lor the place. Prloe, 1750.
3. Cottage of 4 rooms, "new" on Fifth street.
A sure enough nice little home; good location;
contractor will want more to build the house than
wnwlll sell you the home and lot Ux. Prlue,
3. Stcre building and resldeuce on the Qer
mantown pike, with chicken house and plenty
range for chickens. Price an ay down because
wo want to sell quick fSKXl,
4. House of 4 rooms, chicken house, stable and
smokehouse, on Purest areuue. If you ever saw
anything cheap this lstheplaoe 11,000,
5. New house of 4 rooms nlcejy located In the
Sixth Watd, Just a step from oar line, In good
nolshborbood, A nlco, modest, oosy little home.
Price, II, 1W.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 2RO Market Btreet
l'hone 283, HAYSVILLB, KY,
(In liuilncss3u 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 eur store room and slaughtering
house In tho best sanitary condition ol any In
the city and we Invito local, state or government
Inspection. Wehujrthe best stock on the mar.
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
Ravvkcs' latest pattern fH
M61a$$. JUine assort
ment or ail tbe newest-l,
JN$o, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over 230 satificd
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
MclLVAIrt,' HUMPHREYS' .
Funeral Directors and Em
balmers. Furniture Dealers,
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
tVInantwerlnff advertltementt appfxrrlnpint
cttumnt of thtt paper, w when luyln' 'ooJj from a
merchant whott adttrlUemenlaprrt tnthli jwjr,
er readtri art tijueially rtquttUd to ttatt that V '
taw Mi JerHMfrU Inlui Polio Limss, t
fkUwmcott you nothtna.cuutU will be araUfultv "
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