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It's a Pity
Clothing; can't be told aa to lti value, like
Atbuckle'a coffee, coaloll or sugar; then whan an
Innocent, jet good borortnaa wauls to bay a
lull, and want! It at a (air price, ha would not be
arrald orwms: cheated. Antone.even tnougu no
might call himself a merchant, can aderUie3o
atutort3.es. Anyone, even though he might
might call hlraKlf a tnerohant, can aderUie3o
nkutort3.es. Anyone, even though he might
call hlnielt a man.can He; but, like a boomerang,
they return. Gelling olothlng brlngi out the belt
In nan. In that Terr tew know lti real value, and
, torn salssmea and proprietor! are tempted to
' ,taka advantage ofthose who don't know. If one
L man la a town who sells merchandise U crooked,
ltglvetallablaokeye. bet no one lay of any
Maysville merchant that they are raioali. If we
' iboald'ba 10 unfortunate to lull any one any thing
which provea unworthy of lti prloe, you will do
. ui a great favor to return and get your money,
giving ui an opportunity to not only tuiialn our
reputation oy giv
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
IPg 70U " aolUlUlQ ll.lunH
money dsgk, iuu Kropiug uy u uiku
olean methodi of lelllog olothlng In the
Century to an intelligent community.
Secretary of State Orocelius has as
signed tho Progressives the last
column on tho ofllcial ballot.
S. Leldig of Louiavillo baa been
elected president ot tho Kentucky
Stato Bottlers' Association.
iii i i r i ii n i m i ii .wwh iittt r; . m i i in. ., ,r laurn1 , ;ln
''2a ySM v f Gage marks G 3 and rising
Business of American Can company
continues to eatabliab new records;
September best month ot year.
Mm '" a a i
Southern railway fiscal year ended
Juno SOtb, biggest in company's
hiatory; 3,14 per cent, earned on com
mon. Mayor Brand Whitlock of Toledo,
just before sailing for Europo, de
clared against Roosevelt and camo out
Mr. James W. Alexander, aired 21, of
Uuon county, and Mas Dora Lee, aged 21,
wore mirried tut evenlog at the home of the
bride Id Uayallck, Rev. Charles A. Coskwell
performing the ceremony.
Ur. aod Urr. Penn. Flaugher of Ripley,
ara ruwU of Mr. and Uri. W. E. Lane.
Mr. and Urt. Parry Alexander of Cowtn't
atatiun aro gneati of Mrs. J. B Orr of East
Mr. James Dunn of Limestone streot '
vleltlag her parents, Ur. and Urr. A. Bona o i
Mr. Douglas McDowell of West Third street
who Is engaged la bnilness In Tennessee, is
home for a short stay with his family.
The possibility of a general strike
on all railroads entering. Atlanta was
discussed by representatives ot the
Proceedings to contest the recent
"dry" victory in Muhlenberg county
have been instituted by citizens of
H. H. Kohlsaat, owner of tho Chi
cago Record-Herald, haa bought the
Inter-Ocean of the samo city'and will
run it as a Taft organ.
The United States boundry survey
party that has beenjengaged in mark
ing the lino between Alaska and
Canada has finished the work,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. HIgglos and sod, Charles
fiattlsflge, and Ufss Katheryn Luman of Dan
ville, lad., arrived this morning In their tour
ing etr on a visit with Mrs. Biggin's sister
Mrs. Edward Lilly ot Mill Creek.
Fine weather. Meroory np to 8G yesterday.
Charlton Hunt Morgan, 74 years old, brother
ot General John Q. Morgan, died at Lexlogton.
Tho various eonntrles of the World use 13,
400 different kinds of postsge stamps.
Dr. J. A. Simpson Jand family have taken
op their residence In a handsome new home in
tit Portsmonth Blade says that the C. &
O. will bridge the Ohio River at -Sclotovllle.f
connecting' with the C. and 0. Railroad at
Louisville Elks Lodge No. 8 daring the pist
eleven years has bad a Grand Exalted
Rnler i Chief Justice of the Grsnd Forum,
four District Deputies and a Grand Lodge
Cblonel William Bryan, L. & N. excursion
agent, was la Maysville Wednesday rnakiog
final arrangements for the Mammoth Cave trip
from this section next Wednesdsy, October
Col. E. L. Uancbeiter, manager of the Key
stone Commercial Coa plant, Is In Lexington
today on business. Qe may also witness the
trots u there are a score or more of Usysville
people out there the ontlre week.
A. C. McNeal of El Paao, Tex,, but
formerly of Bowling Green, Ky., was
killed and his wife probably fatally
injured in a railroad accident in Arkansas,
Ur. D. B. Holmes, aged 23, farmer of Old
Virginia, and Ulis Anna D. Williams, aged 23,
Uason county, were married yesterday at the
reaidenoe of the officiating Minister, Rev.. J.
U. Ilsymore, Pastor of the First Dnptlat
Chsrloa L. Burdlck and Ulrs Ella Use
Bayoe, of Tollesboro, who have been guests ot
George Salleo nod family, near here, bled
themselves to Cincinnati last Thursday and
were uoltod In marriage by Rev. Roughtoo, of
Wesley Chapel, after which they left for
Illinois to visit friends and probably locate.
RECORD BREAKING CROPS
Washington, October 10th. Never
boloro have the great cereal crops of
the United States been so bountiful as
thoso of this year. Kocords of pro
duction for almost every cereal havs
been surpassed, in some instances,
by millions of bushels.
The October crop report of the De
partment ot Agriculture issued today,
shows spring wheat, oats, barley, rye
and hay all have exceeded the beet
record productions, while the crops of
corn and potatoea from pro8ent indi
cations also will bo the greatest ever
FRUIT AVfl ORNAMENTAL
Shrubs, Asparagus Rhubarb, Peonies, Rons'
Phlox, etc. Nj sgents. Growers of what
we s II. Free catalog.
sWTrim Pnblle Ieflar. Inc. I and loan
llatanrf ri,0HrolU. " -
G. M. WILEMMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
HUM, BRAND J
D, HECHINGER & CO.,
Thirteen men have been indicted at
Jackson, Broathitt county, for alleged
participation in the murder several
months ago of former Sheriff Edward
Theodore N. Vail, president of the
Western Union Telegraph Company,
in his annual report submitted advo
cates a combined use of Telephone
and Telegraph plants.
Montenegro war declaration expect
ed to be followed also by 8ervia, Bul
garia and Greece as soon as their
armies can be mobilizedj powers fear
peace efforts are frustrated.
Following are thli mornlng'i quotation! on
Uancheiter.Managerot the KejitoneCommar
Bnur.. ........ 183
Turkeyi - .......... 123
The Best Proposition in Mays
ville For the Money
Wo have for solo the Lynch property
in the Fifth Ward. This is an eight
room house with doublo halls and
good cellars under the main part of
the house and cistern at the kitchen
door. Lot fronts 108 feet on Third
street, running back 1G5 feet to an
alley. Tbcro is all kinds ot fruit on
this lot. In thia property you prac
tically have a farm in the center of
town. Wo will give you a bargain in
this place on easy terms.
Don't overlook tho opportunity to
own the best homo in this city for the
money we will aak you for this placo.
A N D
S'filSur. MAYSVILLE, KY.
Nice to Have in the Home !
Absolutely Pure Filtered
One Pint Bottle 25c
Tlmo to think about kooplnfr warm.
Un.ipyil,nWear t,IU ,B ,,oro A TOry ,nrs "ortment of moderate priced
Underwear for men, women and ciilldron nt SSo a jrarment. .Kxtra
Rood quality. n bum mi
l'ho Bcpnrnto garments and Union Suits at BOo aro best possible atrtrlco.
Five (llfTorcnt stylos In Union Suits for ladles at St, ' lo'
Tho OutliiRg at Co and HlAo aro hotter than ever beftro at prices and aro
really worth much more. ,""
Special barrains In largo, heavy Cotton Illankots $1, St.BO and Sl.OB.
Tho Itoady-to-Wcur Petticoats at -tOo, O8o, etc., aro bargains.
largest stock ot Neckwear, newest styles, In tho city.
IMbbons, Bolts, Collars, Barretts, Com Us, Purses, Gloves.
Special A set of drawn work Hed Spread and l'lllow Shams 32. HO.
Sco them. u.
Saturday Night Sate, G to 9 Only
Do buys Heal Linen Handkerchief worth 10c.
lOo buys choice or another hundred Pins and Boauty Pins.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, "lA"4i
Sole Agent sEE'oo..., The M 4.
O Standard Patterns. "
BVAIl inntlor for publication must be
hnndeil la berbro 0 o'clock n. iu.
5p( topic's Cohtum
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
Tliere'i leveral gmdei, but be lure It's Hook wood
30c to 40c Per Pound
One pound packagei.
One pound cam. All
The E. R. Webster Co. So.,..
Sprlugeri, IK & cb.....
Uproar among the auditors of Col.
Roosevelt at Houghton, Mich, iol low
ed an exchange of repartee between
the speaker and a man who challeng
ed a statement with the words. "That
is not true."
Hn. C. Edward Getsal, who hat been a
patlaat la Good Samaritan Hoipital, Clifton,
, Clncteoatl, sloea nodargolog a aertous orglcal
oparatlon orer three months ago, arrived home
WedflMdajr, accompanied by Or. Smoot. Her
coadltloo gradually Improrea.
Froa The alatalllon, Ohio, Evening Inde
pandent: "Ur. and lira. Albert DnrlR gave a
IieillanaoDi shower Friday In honor of ber
slater. UUt Anna Lee Hlgelns, whose marriage
to Ur. Barman Zanrlch of Norwalk, 0., will
occur Wedneiday, October ICtb." Miss Hig
gles Is the danghter of VI r. and Mrs. James D.
Biggins, formerly of this county and a niece
of Jamei and U. P. Redmond of this city.
The North Dakota wheat crop is so
great and the harvest demand so
urgent that tho business houses and
manufacturing plants of Fargo have
closed down to let the men go to the
fields for a few days.
Born, to the wlfo of Ur. Will Uorsn, nee
Adds Brodt, of 8t. Loots, llo , a daughter.
Elaa Harse Brodt.
Our colored Citizens
I EVENTS I
a j as
Urt. John B. Chananlt entertained Wednes
day afternoon with a "500" party eight
tafeUf. A dalleous luncheoa was served.
There will be a donkey social and egg hunt
at Bethel Church this evenlog. The one pin
ning the donkey's tall in the right place will
receive a prize. All are Invited to attend.
Refreshments will be served.
ODDFELLOWS AT SOMERSET
Souebset, Ky., October 10th The Grand
Lodge of Kentucky Oddfellows, after a three
days' annual session here, finished Its work
and adjourned to moot at Padnoah next Octo
ber. The following officers were olocted to
serve for the ensuing year:
Grand Master W. W. Carr, Aahlsnd.
Deputy Grand Master 0. B. Hatfield,
Grand Warden V. U. Logan, Frankfort.
Grand Treasurer B. J. Durham, Danville.
Grand Secretary R. G. Ellhtt, Lexington.
Grand Guardian J. A. Coleman, Somerset.
XATaVILLS KITAIL NABKST.
Coaloll.headllsht, Vgal 15 ...
Coffee, V B... 5 40
Golden Syrup, V gal. 35 40
Molaiiei, new crop, V gal-..- M ...
Molaiws, old crop, V Bl :
Sorghum, lanoy new, V gal 40
Sugar, yellow, V 8- 6
Sugar, extra, C, V " 8 7
Sugar, A., B 7 ...
Sugar, granulated, 1 lb 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, f lb. 10 ... ..
Sugar, New Orleans, 9 E-
Teas,? B 30 1.00
rroitlon$ and Country Product.
Applet, dried, V Ib
Uacon,breakfait, V i0 30
ltacen.clear sides, V B '5 O ?
Uaoon.llams, J 8) 17 Si)
U&oon, shoulders, V 0) 10 16
Deans, gal 50 55
Dutter.VQ) 30 35
Kegi.tfdoi . 20
Flour, Jefferson, bbl . 6.00 ...
Flour, Alpha, bbl .... 5 75 ...
Perfection .. 5 50
Flour, Graham, j) saolc 40 ...
Hominy figal ..., 20 ...
Honey, V S 1 M
Lard, fl 9 -.....-. 13 15
Meal,p peek . SO ...
Potatoes, J peolc SS ...
Young Chickens, f t - 18 ...
Applei, table. ,.........,... SO 36
Bananas, V doien.. 16 30
Lemons, V dozen. ... 40 ..
Limes, V dozen 20 ...
Pineapples, can, s'loed 20 ...
California Oranges .; 30 40
Your physician can troatsuccessfolly
all ordinary eyo diseases. If an
operaton Is necetsary he will refer
you to a REAL specialist in' eyo sur
gery. When glasses nro oocessary
Le will advise you to see the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will tell you to go to
Simpson becsuie he knows that the
man who specializes la the one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First National liank.
For salety'and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. TflB Stale
National is seeking your Business.
ICONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The Slate National Bank
the htddlngtof " Help
Wanted," "Zotf and "found," and not exceeding
three lines in length, are FJ1EJ! to all.
TMo lliiilnviM AdrrrtlaeuiruU liicrlcl
Hantu-en Jail to come the flrtl time, ice Invite at
many repetition) at are neeettaryto tceure what you
Vlvtrtitc for. We wtth adiertltert to feet that then
.re. not impottng o, utby utlng our rce columnt.
aiTAdeertUcri must furntih eojty, which can be
left at the ajjlce or tent by mail.
THE PUBLIC LEDGER,
A'o. JO Eatt Third Street.
Adiertltimentt under this heading, not exeecdmt
Axe Unci, 10 centt each imertltn, or SO cenf a week
IriOU 8ALK-I1AHY'S COLLAPSI1ILE GO
! CAKT-Call 'pboue 105.
Adverttttmentt tmaer thlt heading, not exeeedlnf
In Unci, 10 centt each intcrtion, or so centt awech
jnon ISENT-HOrsn-Of flvo rooms on East
-L' Fifth street. Lour yard, water In home.
Apply to MISS MAMIE ARCHDEACON.
I710U EKNT-SHOP-On Market street, next
.' door to Fred Uresel's shop. Apply to MKS.
Adrrrtitemcntt under thlt heading, not rxeeedlnt
ftvt lines, 10 centt each Insertion, or to centt a week.
ANTEI)-COOK Apply to J. 1IAI5110UR
WANTED-WOMAN TO DO WASIIINO
Alto n waitress fnr rpstraurant. Apply
to MANHATTAN ItESTAUKANT. Second street.
WANTED-WASHING TO DO-In order to
support used mother. Apply to MARY
PARKER, WntSecoud Btreet. oct4 lv
WANTED SECONDHAND CLOTHING
For both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, wlilto underskirts, eta.
Alto will buy comforts blankets aud sheets.
Will call at homes. J. It. URADl'OliD, 42 Eal
Front street. 'I'honetlS. anl ly
CURS. O. PEIRCE,
F. T. KIRK,
H. C. SHARP,
WANTED-SEWING-Apply to 311
W.-A. Wood & Bro.
No, 280 Market Street
Phone 283, MATSVIttE, KY.
(In liuslneis 30 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 cur store room and slaughtering
home in tho best sanitary condition of any In
the city and we invite local, stato or government
tmpectton. We buy the best stock on the mar
ket and sell at tho lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
fTIHE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
X will movH anything any time any place.
Otllce George W. Chllds cigar stand, I West Sec
ond street, Maysville, Ky. 'I'hone 115. Je5 ly
KEMOVAL Mrs. U.S. Davidson desires to In.
lonn her patrons aud friends that ahe has
removed her millinery itore to corner of Second
and Limestone streets. cct7 lw
Aiiertitemeult under (An neading n4trtti fTt-i
tut adier titer t mutt furnith the copi'.
f OST-DOOR KEY lletween Carr's Mill and
0. C. Hojuer'i
Fine rr please return to this
ffiawkes' latest Psimrtt in
(ZutGlass. JI fine assort
ment of all
Also, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel rCo.
MhNai st First Baptist Church
The Mrticest the Baptist Chorea last
emlsf ere the Lest yet held, both from the
ae olat of attendance and Interest.
Est pKryraaa cave as his subject "Four of
(k WbM Thlaca the Bible Speake Of." He
ga Brat, the aet; second, cone; third,
lOeaet, ad foartb, spider a Taking each
ay iiasratsly. The ant aa representing In-
,' Mtj', Um eaMjr, pfotactloo; the locast, salty
3 atii'ta afMar. (Uterratastloa.
. TMa fofa Sen Prryrasa vlll take for
Ma aasj( A Utit D k nr Taaa a
BLas),NtklaMama'AMaa U a
Below la a list of letters remaining uncalled
for at tbo Uayirllle (Ky.) Poatofflce for the
week ending Ootober 9, 1912:
Alton, John Jones, Urt. Era June
Cash, Nate Loften, Miss Vergla
Conuor,Urs.JudlaBerryUassman, lllsa Oelen
Cooper, Jobo Mural), Mrs. Mattla
Crabb, D. 0. (3) Miller, Henry '
Drake, Mlis Rosa Moore, Mrs. Clemtnla
Elksons, Fisher Parker, Miss Cells
Plaoger, Z. C. Ponnlogton If ri. Mary
.Dost, Robert Pollitt & Bannoa
Hotosn, UiM Uelrlna Watkias, Claude (2)
Johnson, W. F.
One ceat a oa wca el aJsera.
Paneaa ealliaa; frt)Ma lUrawl'l) pUaaa
aajriUt lUf art sefsrifasJ. -' - " - ' '
Cluhnk Maihhnl PeaWiksW,
r . r .. .
! '. - . -J..''. ..viA. a&Z'4tfc': ' .3aHB.
(.. jjBi jiti,-,.','. 'L..ieiiJijM'.ispiiS Mau.wrLAMnruKA, . miii niMTiiHanr m nn
Ciscimmati, Oct. 11, 1912.
Shippers ts 2JS18 00
Extra 17 tO 18 00
Butoher Steers, extra 17 60I7 75
Goodtooholo 16 10(37 60
Common to fair 14 25QI5 85
Ulferi, extra ..lfl 00W 50
Oood to choice . 004JW 75
Common to fair..... 13 o0f5 03
Oowi,eiira... 15 25&K 75
, Good to choice... . II 2J5 00
Common to fair.... ....I2 Z54 CO
Canners 12 25&I3 60
Hulls, bologna.. m It 60315 IS
Extra ..15 2&3I5 SS
Fat bulls 15 006 75
Extra : 10 O010 25
Fair to good ... 18 U2il0 00
Common and large 60 0 76
Heavy hogs 18 I5t8 SO
Faoksrs and butchers 19 I0&I9 SO
Mixed paokers ; 19 0OSI0 15
Stags U (0I7 00
Heavy fat sows K 60318 i0
Extra . 1 0.1. . . .
Light shippers 17 76018 65
Plgs.UOpounds andless.lt 00317 65
Extra... IS 40313 60
Good to choice 13 00313 35
Common to fair II 96313 76
Oood to eholoe .....19 5314 65
Common to fair 14 35ft0 60
Yearlings...... ......M 60311
No. I red.- 1 Oiai 00
No.lrsd Wtfjl 00
No. 4 red 790
No. white ....! 71 01 73
No. yellow.,.. UM 69 0 70
No. Jmlxsd...........M..... 69 3 71)
No. S white ...,. .....! 37 QSJX
No. I mixed HIM,. 36 JC "
No. I tlmothy.M.....M.M..II7 09I17 (0
No.ltlmotsy ,M...IIJ 50HI6 00
No.l (issoUiyww..M,. lsjlUJ9
Mo.l.loverV...,M....,IHI Main as .
Mo.t UmVUt4-.,Ml MMt at) ,
Me. I aee4l1iences14..,,,,,ve assj44 10
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
1 OST FOUNTAIN PEN-lletweea Myall A
JJ CaWert'a table and Washington. Kinder
please return to MAY' MALTUY, Majavllle
LOST-MUSIC UOOK-Uetween l'ostotllce and
Traxel's confeotlonery. l'lease return to
this oillce. octl Iw
Adverttiementt under thlt headira intirted free:
but advcrllltri mutt furiuih the cepv.
OUND-UOX OP MEN'S IltiACK HOSE-
Lef t at our store several werKa auo. owner
call and prove their property. COOK SISTERS,
East Third street.
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are Better Prepared
Than over this fall to satisfy our customers. Years
qro vto adopted tho method of fair dealing and we
And it pays, for today our old customers have per
feet confidence in us. We bcII the kind of goods
that inspires confidence and we guarantee satisfac
tion. We havo the nattiest line of
SUITS and OVERCOATS
The Oskamp Jewelry Company, )
Cincinnati, 0., February 28tb, lt12. J
To Whom This May Concern:
This is to certify tbat Jobn L. Walsh was
employed by mo, lor the Oskamp Jewelry Co.,
as watchmaker for a considnrable period and
daring that time bis work was entirely satis
factory and he was especially adept In repair
ing flno watchea and chronographs, and It
gives me great pleasure to recommend him as
a fJrst-class watchmaker.
Joseph W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for the Oskamp Jewelry
Ever sold in Maysville.
styles are here. : :
All the low shades and
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
If you want a good pair of shoes come here for
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : : .
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New tints, Cups, Trunks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of. Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
TIIK LKDOKlt leade In
all, nuil I the fuvorlto yupir
of the people.
J,, Wesley Lee
. '. j
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
L. C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE
Or I'arker .V Riley's Stable, Phone 174.
Second-Hand Material of
tho Hgll House
Sold by the UomeTobapco Company,
3w ' ' . . Js ,-i' j
trihttst Cor. Mirkit in Sicond Strtttt. nm ' : covghun go.
m.-v ''self1! ;' . ' :. -rfaw?asjaii-s,A'.ir .- ,s:..
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over' 230 satified
customers whoare using this
Phone or drop us a card,
and we will he glad to come
to your home and demon
strate the Sweeper-Vac.
We also have a larciand
complete line of high-class
Come and let us show,
& KNOX, ;
Funeral Directors and Ein-
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
ii answering iulvcrttiftntntt aptxarl ng f,, (As
nlumni of thli paper, ur when buyln' -todsfrovia
ntretutnt whon adixrtliemcnt apr-rl tn tMt oaver.
ur readers arc tiptctaHy requested to state tSatthet
.w snm ouiiriufwou VI rnst rPUUO I.B&OK.
Thlt will cvtt you nothing. n4 W ulll U BraleJuHu
WI V Hlh th 4rrttxer anil tArXdUor.
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