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It's a Pity
ClothlnR can't b told M to III valuo, like
Arbuokle's coffee, eoaloll or si'Rar; then whin an
. lnnooent, yet good boyorrnau wants to buy
suit, and want! It at a fair ptloe. he would not be
afraid of being cheated. Amone.even though ho
might call hlroiolf a merchant, can mhettUo 125
suits lot 13.88. Anyone, even though he might
call himself a raan.oan lie: but. like ahopinerang,
they return. Belling clothing brlngi out the best
lu man, In that very lew know Iti real value, and
lome alemen and proprietor! are templed to
take advantage of thoso who don't know. If one
man In a town who sells merchandlie 1 crooked,
It gives all a bUuk eya. Let no one say of any
Maysvtllo mirohant that they are rasoali. If we
ihould'bo o unfortunate to tell any one any thing
which provei unworthy of in price, you will do
ui a great favor to return and get your money,
giving ut an opportunity to not only sustain our
reputation by giving you "nbioluto tntlslitotlon
or your money back,'' and keeping up tp'hlgh
Ideal of clean melhodi of selling clothing In the
Twentieth Contury to an intelligent community.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysvillc's Foremost Clolhlcrs.
Mrs. Pearl II.BIytho Is vUltlne her daughter
Mri. Jobmoa at Portsmouth, Ohio.
Mrs. Gordon Gilmoro and daughter, Miss
Edna Webster, are visiting their uncle, George
F. Bateman and family to Covington.
Ur. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds havo returned
to their home in Stanford, Ky., after a short
visit here with tho latter'e parents, Mr. and
Uri. F. U. Smith of Commerce street.
Ur. and Ur?. Taut O'Neal, and children of
Chatham, Bracken county, returned home
Monday, after a visit with Mrs. O'Neal's
ptrents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Watklns of Fifth
Mlaa Marfiarot Smith of Los Angeles, Cal.'
who has been visiting her acnt, Mr?. Frank
M. Smith of Commerce street, leaves today
for Stanford, Ky., to be the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and attend the Wright
Saxophono dance given thero Friday evening.
.Mr. T. Roed Cbunn has recently been pro
moted as Sontbern Manager of the Edwards
Manufacturing Co. of Cincinnati, with head-
jjuartora in Florida, to which state he will
move shortly. Mr. Chunn is the eldest son of
. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Chunn of Woat Third
None Approved and All Applica-
' tions Held Up
At Frankfort the 3,300 applicants
for Confederate pensions are clamor
ing for their money, and Capt, W. J.
Btone, Btato Tension Agent, who has
been working early and late in an
effort to wade through the proof sub-
rnitted by them, gave out a statement
. in which he declares in substance that
many of the applicants apparently
. havo an idea that all that was necessary
, wbb for them to produce an 'niiiduvit
-proving they were in the Confederate
array, forward it to the department and
receive a check.
Of the 3,300 applications a majority
have been investigated by Capt, Stone
-and of these approximately CD percent.
have been found to come within the
law. Another 20 per cent, by their
.own proof and by that secured from
the War Department at' Washington,
- do "not come within the law, while
proof in 25 per cent, is not complete.
latest i lews
Wilbur Wright, tho birdman,
an estate of $279,000.
Independent anthracite operators
advance coal prices 75c to 85c a ton.
Hearings in government suit against
,"v international Harvester company re-
f . vumed at Chicago,
I"' -- . . .
Frank A. Vanderlip elected on Nor-
jv , folk & Southern board; George J,
. Gould among those not elected,
Corporation and independent com;
'-' panics' plants congested with bmineas
,. -and earnings continuo to increase,
$f J . The official reports of city health
y-'i '. .t -t i i .i I -f mo
UUlUUIUiL't) BUUWCU It IVIHI UI iUO UUBCO
. of. diptheria and 4 cases of scarlet
r-' fever in the city of Portsmouth Bun
day, f A truit estimated at $2,000,000 ere-
. ated by the will of Mrs, Mary Baker
Eddy, founder of the Christian Science
Church, Jor tho benefit of tho donomi-
if' XJ& wasoeciareu voiu uyiue mhbbh
& iv 'iiLuuHd BunmuA Pniir
Chicago's ulght schools oponcd
Monday night with nn attendance ol
- 18,993 poreona. Thirty grade schools
and three high schools havo heon
doBignatod by tho Boar.l ol Education
tor tho work,
At Loui8villo Stanley ParrlBii, a -yeapold
Negio, pleaded guilty to kill
ing his eistcr an i Belting the houso on
fire to conceal tho critno. He was
given lifo imprisonment.
TIED SCORE IN WORLD SERIES
l!o3T0N, Mass., October 9th The second
contekt of the World's Series between tho
Doaton American Leaguors and the Now York
National today went eKven innings to s tie
ecoro of G to G, when darknoss put an end
o the bnttle that kept 30,000 fpectators
on the edgo of keonest excitement throughout
evyy Inning. The contest will be played over
tomorrow at Fenway Park.
It. il. E.
New York...O 101 000 3 0 10-Gll
Boston 3000100101 0-G 11
Dover Suffers Sixteen Thou
sand Dollar Loss Early
Elliott and Woodward Storos
Consumed Maysville Called
Upon For Help
Th's morning just before 1 o'clock
a fire of mysterious origin broke out
in Johu Elliott's store at Dover.entirely
destroying tho building and contents,
nnd spreading to the store of the late
Isaac Woodward adjoining, it too,
with all its contents was entirely con
Dover has n chemical fire engine
which did eflective service and saved
the largo brick dwelling of W. F.
Munzing on the North, the residence
of Mre. Houston on the West and
several other buildings, all of which
caught Are, but the chemical engine
saved them all and confined the loss
to the two big store buildings.
W. F. Munzing is the father of Mr.
W. A, Munzing of this city and was
absent from home. All his furni
ture, including carpets were removed
from the Munzing home and all the
furniture from the Houston home.
Dover called upon the Maygville
Fire Department for assistance, but
of course the "Kinney Mac" could not
be permitted to leave the city, for
should a fire have broken out in the
interim, Maysville, too, would have
been fireswept, as we at present have
nothing but the Kinney Mac to de
The Dover fire-fighters, 300 of them
turned out and bravely battled with
the flames and it is solely owing to
their eflorts that the loss is not $30,
000 instead of $16,000.
The burned stores were both two
story brick metal roof buildings and
were among the most substantial in
the county. Elliott's store on the
corner of Market and Third streets
was built about 35 years ago and cost
$5,000, It was full of groceries and
other goods from cellar to second
story. Total loss. '.
The Btoreroom adjoining bolonged
to Mra. Isaac Woodward and was one
of the most complete drygoods stores
in the county, and the building and
contents, including the Lodge room
of the Dover Knights of Pythias, with
all their paraphernalia was consumed,
The two buildings belonged to Mrs.
L. T. Fox and sister, Mrs. S. N. True,
and not a dollar of insurance was car
ried. -bo K, of 1'. hall building was
erected in 188S; and both structures
were good as new.
fosses and insurance:
Two buildings .... $8,000
Elliott's store . . , , 4,000
Woodward's store . . , 4,000
K. of P.'a' ...,-. 800
On K, of F.'a outfit , . $!J00
On Elliott's store , , . $3,000
On Woodward's store , . 3,000
This fire is a severe blow to Dover
as (here is hardly any cbanco for the
destroyed bujIdiDgaito be reconstruct
M. ""' .':, -'V't ' 'VW
Our Colored gitiztM.
Tbera will be a masque social at tin.
Frances Smith's Ent Third street home In the
Sixth Ward for the benefit of Aid No. 2,
Scott's L. E Church.
MR. CHARLES WHEELER
Fathor of Dr. Carl L. Whoolor.Suf-
fors Brokon Hip In Auto
Ur. Cbarlos Wheeler, father of Dr. G. L.
Wheelf r, of 487 West Third street, this city,
was seriously Irjnred jeiterday afterotfon
shortly after 2 o'clock, when his antomoblle.ln
which ho" was coming from the Phoonlz Gar
ago on East Main street, was struck by an
Eastbound Chestnut and Deweeae street car.
Ur. Wheeler sustained a fractured hip, and
his conditio was regarded as serious last
night, the Injury causing htm considerable
suffering. He was taken to the home of his
son, Dr. Wheeler.
The streot car was in charge of Motorman
Holland and Conductor Dogglns, and was run
ning East on Main street. According to the
tractbn authorities, the automoblla came
rapidly out of the garage to a point directly
across the car track, and it was impossible for
the motorman to stop in time to prevent the
After being struck by tho street car, the
automobile was carried about fifty feet and
Ur. Wheeler accompanied by Mre. Wheoler,
motored to Lexington Uonday from their
home In Uoustonvllle.Ky., for a visit to the
family of their son, Dr. Wheeler.
Ur. Wheeler Is a native of this city, being
a brother of Mr. P. W. Wheeler, the Uarkel
street shoe man, besides having many other
relatives and friends here who will bo sorry
to learn of his misfortune.
JUTTIic Public Vratvr, local nud lorn,
Following are thli murolng'i quotations on
Manoheitor.Managerof the Keystone (Joromer
Egjti.louofT, per aoien. ..... '-'2o
Butter...... .. IBo
Iens,) tt.. .....-...- ""
Springers, IK bleach..- Mo
Old Roosters. to
MAISVIl.LE ItarAIL MAUUIT.
Coaloll.headllght, $) gal I 15 & ...
Callee.Wlb 5 0
Golden Syrup, V gal 35 40
Molaiies.uewcrop, J gal 50 O ...
Molasses, old crop, V 8l -
Sorgbuin, fancy new, $1 gal 40
Sugar, yellow, V lb 6i
Sugar.extra.O., V " W 7
Sugar.A., V tt .' 7 ...
Sugar, granulated, ) fit 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, J 8). 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, $ B
Teas, V 16 30 1.00
Vrotltiom and Vountiy froduce.
Apples, dried, V S ..
Uaoou, breakfast, tf B iO 30
Uacon, clear sides, V to 15 17
Uacon.IIams, V to 17 )
Uacon, shoulders, ) to 10 15
Ueans,$gal 60 65
Outter.to 30 35
Kggs.fldoz 20 25
Flour, Jefferson, J bbl 0.00 ...
Flour, Alpha, ) bbl 5 75 ...
Perfection 6 60
Flour, Graham, $ saolc .' 40 ...
Hominy $gal 20 ...
Honey, ) to 15 20
Urd.V to 12 15
Meal.V peck . 30 ...
Potatoes, V peck 25 ...
Young Chickens, f) to 18 ...
Apples, table 20 25
Uananas, $ dozen - 16 20
Lemons, fl dozen '" 40 ..
Limes, V dozen - 20 ...
Pineapples, can, siloed 20 2 ...
California Oranges 30 40
Cincinnati, Oct. S, 1013,
Shippers 13 25CI8 00
Extra 17 tua8 CO
Uutoher Steers, extra. ....17 60!? 75
Good to choice til 10317 M
Common to fair II 355 85
Heifers, extra 16 OC&fO 60
Good to choice 15 00&I& 75
Common to fair 13 60t5 00
Oows, extra 13 25t5 75
Good to oholco II 25I5 00
Common to fair 12 :5tl CO
Canners 13 :tf3 (0
Hulls, bologna II 50315 IS
Extra W 25&I5 S5
Fat bulls 15 OOeii 75
Extra 10 00 10 35
Fair to good 18 OdQIO 00
Common and large II 50 9 75
Heavy hogs. 18 15318 SO
raoken and butchers 19 10 10 SO
Mixed packers 10 00319 15
Stags 14 0317 CO
Heavy fat sowi M 50318 40
Extra 1 31...
Light shippers 17 75318 65
Pigs, 1 10 pounds andleis.ll 00317 05
Extra 13 40313. 50
Good: to oholoe 13 00313 35
Common to fair II 25313 75
Ooodto choice 10 25310 C5
Common to fair 14 25310 50
Yearlings ..13 50311 15
No. 3 red 1 0I&1 00
No. 3 red , Wfll 00
No, 4 red 790 93
No. 3 white I 71 l 73
No. 1 yellow 60 70
No. 3 mixed ,.. ....... 09 & 70
No. J white ... I 37
No. I mixed ,... n. S3
No.l timothy ...I17 0U17 10
No.Stimotby . fl 50)II8 00
No.S tlmothy 1S 09ll OS
No.l olover .......:'.II5 0SIM4S 00
no.i aoiTitf:j;;.:.m,mm to
No,JeomIJW.5,t kW4 M
"Dry" option CqntpuM
Ut. Sterling, Ky., Qotober Qib Tho local
option election held here September 30th, at
which the "Jrys" won' out by 902 majority,
has boen contested. The cea,8 will be tried
before the Contost Hoard, composed of County
Judgo UcCormlok, Magistrates Charles Thomp
son and John C. Trimble, on November 4tb.
Gage marks G 3 and rising.
FRUIT UNU ORNAMENTAL
Shrubs, Asparagu, Rhubarb, Peonies, Rosea'
Phlox, etc. No agentF. Growers of what
wo a 11. Freo catalog.
Till: I.KDUKIt leada Id
nil, mill In the favorite nii
of the im'o)1.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
L. C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE
Or Parker A Rlley'i Stuble, Phone 174.
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
So'.dby tt.v Home Tobacco Company.
COUGHLIN & GO.
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's several grades, but be sure It's Hook wood
30c to 40c Per Pound
One pound packages, Out- pound cans, All
The E. R. Webster Co. ,.,,.
For saiety'and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of n Bank. The Slate
National is seeking your Business.
JCONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National Bank
CHAS. O. PEARCE,
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 Better Prepared
Than ever this fall to satisfy our customers. Years
ago wo adopted the method of fair dealing aud no
nnd it pays, for today our old customers have per
feet confidence in us. We sell the kind of goods
that invpircs confidence and wo guarantee eatiafac
tion. We have the nattiest line of
Ever sold in Maysville,
styles are hero. : :
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
If you wan( a good pair of shoes come hero for
them, , Every pair guaranteed. : : : .
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Huts, Caps, Trunks
nnd Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Vnderwear and Sweaters
In Mnrnmoutlr Cave
All expeniei for dry fall trip $12.15 on
morning train October lftb. See" L. Sc N.
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
OLLEQE BRAND U
D. HECHINGER & CO.,
Nice to Have in the Home I
Absolutely Pure Filtered
One Pint Bottle 25c
Your physician can treat snecepaf ally
all ordinary eye diaoasep. If an
operation In noceraary he will refer
you to n REAL specialist In eye sur
gery. When glasses are necessary
ho will advise you to see the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will tell you to go to
Slmpeon because bo knowa that the
man who speoializea ia the one to
consult about his specially.
Ji A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First National UouW.
H. C. SHARP,
All tho i.ew shades and
tnd Sieoml jMrttft.
For the Cold Weather That Is On the Way
Get some of the Outing Bargains at 5c and 8 y 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.
A pair beautiful Plaid Blankets only $1.50 pair.
Home-made, 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.
Buy some of Hoeflich's brand of Hosiery and be
ROBERT L HOEFIM, "lA"
AIt rantlcr for publication wait b
iutmlrd In belut-e 0 o'clock tu ill.
JSo U targe I sXKH-
Atlvtrtltr menu urnlt r
the hradlnill of "Jlflp
H'dnfoi," ".oil" arnl "Fuumt," and not exceeding
three lines in length, are 1'KKK to all.
"No Iliialtif-M AilTprllacmcnUi Inaerietl
Iftntweri fall to come the flrit time, we invUe at
many repetitions ai are neeemirylo tecure what you
rtve rttse or.. If wlih advertlteri to feel that then
re not Impoitng o,x ui by tiling our free columns.
HVAdvertUert must furnlih copy, which can be
eft at the qfflce or tent by mall.
TltS PUBLIC IKDOBB,
A'o. 10 XaU Third StretU
AdverHttmenti under (All heading, twt exceedini
U' lines, 10 cents each insertitn, or SO cents a week
FOll HALE UAIIY'S COLLAl'SIIILK G(
CAKT Call 'phone 10.
Advertisements unaer this headlngtnot exceedtnc
tv Ki, JO centl each insertion, or BO cents a week.
THOU RENT IIorSE-Ot five rooms on East
V Fifth street. Long yard, water In house.
Apply to MISS MAMIE ARCHDEACON.
Advertisements under this leading, not exceedtnc
fi'4 Unci, 10 cents each inserticn, or to cents a week.
to .). HAKUOUn
WANTED-WASIUNO TO DO-In order to
support aged mother. Apply to MARY
PAIlKEIt, West Second street. ocU I w
WANTED SECONDHAND CLOTHING
For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, etc.
Alto will buy comforts, htaukuts and sheets.
Will call at homes. J. II. 1IKAU10KD, 42 Kait
Front street. 'rlione445. Jaully
ANTED-SEWINQ-Apply to 311 llugle
ANTED Younc litly to learn millinery
trailu. Apptv to nv Yorn aiore.
rilHE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
X will move anything any time any place,
Otllct) George W. Chltds cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, Maysville. Ky, 'Phone lib. Je5 ly
REMOVAL Mrs. U.S. Davidson desires to In
lprm her patrons nd friends that she has
removed Her millinery store to corner of Secoud
and Limestone streets. cot7 lw
Advertlsen,ents under this Heading infrlia tru
tut advertisers must furnish the copy.
I OST FOUNTAIN PEN-Iletweeo Myall A
iJ Calvert's stable and Washington. Finder
please return to MAY MaLTIIY, Maysville High
school. ocl5 Iw
OST MUSIC HOOK lletween PostoOlce and
Please return to
Tub Oskami" Jewelry Company. )
Cincinnati, O., February 28tb. 1912. J
To Whom Thit May Concern:
This Is to certify that John L. Walsh was
employed by me, for the Odlcamp Jewelry Co.,
as watohmaker for a considerable period and
during that time his work was entirely satis,
factory and be was especially adept in repair
log fine watches and chronographs, and It
gives me great pleasure to recommend him as
a first-class watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for the Oskamp Jewelry
The Best Proposition in Mays
ville For the Money
' Wo havo fpr sale the Lynch property
in the Fifth Ward. This iB an eight
room house with double halls and
good cellars under tho main part of
tho house and cistern at the kitchen
door. Lot fronts 108 feet on Third
street, running back 1G5 feet to an
alley. Thero is all kinds of fruit on
this lot. In this property you prac
tically havo a farm in the center of
town. Wo will give you a bargain in
this place on easy terms.
Don't overlook the opportunity to
own the best home in this city for tbe
monoy wo will aBk you for this place,
- " i '
W. A. Wood & Bio.
No. 880 Market Street
I'hone 882, MAVSVILI, KY.
(In Dullness 0 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 of any In
the city and we Invito local, state or government
inspection. We buy the best stock on the mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
f RavvKc$' latest pattern 1h
gut Glass. Ji fine assort
ment of all tbc ttcw&r
Also, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
NOW IS THE TIME TOflUY
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-Vacv
We also have a large and
complete line of high-class
Come and let us show
Funeral Directors and Em
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
SWTh answering advertisements arwearino'..tt -.
ctumnirf this paper, er when buyln' wdjrofcio
ntrthant whose advertisement aprrt in f Alt jor.
our rtadtrt art eqxciaUy rtguteled to state that M
kw iw aavtriutment-tn th Pontic LxnazH.
TMt will tost you nothing. nm U wilt U oratesull
am; i iith the aivtrHnr and the Jmor,
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