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f he Same Price the World Over
Nohera ele la there to bo t imnd a tine oi
clothes, inltB and overcoats that la so full of
charaetor, fine workmanship, sturdy, handsome
fabrlca and clean-cut styles at each a price.
The man who outfits with Stjleplus Clothes has
the beat that modern tailoring faciltloaprodoco
for the money. We say this without the
alighteit fear of contradiction. Oar most
earnest and conscientious competitors ac
knowledge tho uousual quality ot these gar
ments. Sbo Display of This Guarantood
Clothing in Wost Window
Geo. H. Frank &. Co.
Haysvilic's Foremost Clothiers.
MA.ro VILLA, XX.
Ur. Walter Colvin of Augusta was calling on
Uiss Margaret Downey yesterday.
Judge John F. Flager of Ashland passed
through here this morning en routo to Carlisle.
Ur. and Mrs. CBarles Davis and daughter
and Ur. C. Crane of Bethel, 0., spent Sunday
Mrs. Will Durrett of Wallace Placo, Cov
ington, has returned homo from a visit to Mrs
alary Wood of the county.
Mr. C. Scbultz Wood of Coviogton spent
Sunday here with his brother, Colonel George
Wood of West Third street.
Mr. Elmer Shelton of Georgetown, Ohio, id
visiting his cousins, the Misses Porter of the
Hill House, in Front streot.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bartuur Russell and little
son, J. Barbour, Jr., and Miss Susie Armstrong
are visiting In Flemlngsburg today.
S. , Lee McGohan and Spencer Wells,
printers of The Mayalick Masonian, wero call-
era on The Public Ledceh Saturday?.
Miss Mary Buckley of West Second street
spent Satorday and Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. R. J. Henderson, at Portsmouth, 0.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hunt who have been
visiting relatives in New York City for the
past three week are expeclod home today.
Ur. John N. Trapp, grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Shopard, left this morning for Coving
ton, where be has secured a good position.
Ur. Thomas L. Kwan of East Fourth street
returned home Saturday, after a several days
visit in Lexington and attending the trots.
Urs. Florence Kendall of Mt. Olivet returned
homo this morning after a visit with ber
daughter, Urs. B. B. Pollitt of Court streot.
Urs. Ella Allen, Mr. Thomas J. Chenoweth
and Ur. Frank Allen went down to Augusta
this morning on a visit to relatives and friend?.
Hisses Lola and Gertrudo Baugh of But
Second street spent from Friday until Sut
day with Mrs. Sallie Moody of near Orange
Ur. Frank Cady of Covington Sundayed
with his wifo and children, who have been
visiting relatives in this city for several
Uiss Alllo Collins of Mayalick, who has been
visiting Mrs. Sherman Arn of tho East Eod
was called home this nuroing on account of
the death of her uncle, Ur. Samuel Collins of
-I.,, , .. m
Change In Management
Saturday night Ur. T. Neal Hubbard, who
has been In control of the Pastime Theater
ainca Ita opening, resigned as Manager and was
succeeded by Mr. Elmer Bridges. Mr. Hub-H
bard having purchased an Interest in the Gem
Theater, succeeds Mr. William Kerwin as
Manager of that popular amusement resort.
Another Pionoor Passes Away
Samuel T. Collins, one of Mason county's
highly esteemed and venerable citizens, died
last evening at 5:15 o'clock at his home near
Uayslick from Infirmities Incident to weight of
years, aged 78. His wife preceded him to the
grava seventeen years ago, and he is sur
tired by two sons and one daughter, Messrs.
W. H. and C. A. Collins of the county and
Urs. J. W. Wilkerson of Cincinnati.
Jnaeral at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning,
with services by Rev. L. U. Thompson, Pastor
of Uayslick Baptist Church.
Interment in Uayslick Cemetery.
Death of Civil War Veteran
Ur. William Bradford, one of Adams county's
prominent .and wealthy citizens, died yesterday
morning at his home back of Manchester, 0
after a protrasted illoess, aged about 71.
Daring the Civil War he was a member of
Cosspany D, Tenth Kentucky Calvary, and was
at gallant soldier.
tla Is survived by his widow, two daughters
atd three sons. Ur. Parker Bradford of
Aberdeen Is a brother of the deceased.
Tha faaertl took plies this morning at 11
o'clock, kh arnicas by Rav. 0. C. Lawwljl.
lata km t Is HiMbaaW Ceartwy.
At I'ai rslnrda aftarnoon the Uitit e
High SchooJ Football team was wai!opd to
tho tuna of 70 to 0 by tho Parts High School
Ur. Georgo T. UcCarty and Mr. W. P.
Tyroe, both tobacco buyers of Lynchburg, Va
arrived in Mayavlllo Saturday on a prospecting
trip and may be looated here tbo coming win
tor to purchaso tobacco. Mr. McCarty In
formed Thk I'unKic Ledum that after his
first trip to Lexington and tho famous Dine
Grass section of the state, that Kentucky's
fame haB not been ozagerated and that It if,
Wood, Iho most beautiful country ho ever
Miss Katharine Christian
Saturday afternoon Miss Kalherlno Chrlj
tiae, Supervisor of Domestic Science of the
Lexington Schools, delivjred a very eloquent
and helpful locture before the Woman's Club
upon the subject of "Food Dietetics," aftor
which the was tendered an Informal reception
by the clcb, nearly one hundred members being
During hf relay in Uaravillo Miss Christian
was tho guest of Mrs. E L. Wortblngton.
litr. Charles P. Weaver of Louisville was
unable to be present.
SOME BIG TOBACCO SALES
Chambers & Parker, tobacco buyers, hato
bought 200,000 pounds of the 1912 crops In
Mason and Robertson counties at prices rang
ing from 92 to 12 cents a pound and aro
atill buoiog aa much of the weod as they can
The largest single crop Included in the pur
chase was one of 15,000 pounds raised by John
Laytham, which brought 10 cents.
This tobacco, most of it, will come to the
new Home loose leaf house In this city.
Shipping 450 Tons of Old Iron
Over 1,000 tons of old iron and steel are
shipped from MsyavHIe every year by Samuel
Middleman, the Front streot junk dealer.
Mr. Middleman la now shipping 400 tons of
old iron and steel to Pittsburgh in twelve car
loads, via tho C. & 0. railroad.
Old iron is now going op in prico, like every
thing else, and Mr. Middleman will realize a
handsome profit on his sale.
It is one of the sights of Maysville to see
the piles of iron, junk and such articles piled
up In the Middleman yards.
It looks worthless, but every ounce of it is
valuable and In the melting furnace and fac
tory it comes forth changed into beautiful new
ONLY ONE HIT
Made By Cardinals Off Weilman,
Maysville, Ky., Lad
St. Louis, Ifo., October 12ib. Tho Browns
played championship ball today in the third
game of the city series, the Cardinals never
having a show at any stage of tho contest.
Score, 4 to 0.
Karl Weilman, the tall Southpaw recruit from
Maysville, Ky , really pitched a no-bit no-run
game, tho one hit being credited to Evans being
questionable, to say the least.
Weilmsn'a great speed and sharp-breaking
curves had the National League crowd gueeslng
all the time.
Missouri Natinal Land Congress
opens at St. Louis.
Supremo Court of the United States
reconvenes at Washington.
National Life Underwriters Associa
tion opens convention at Memphie,
.... i. M. m m n
United States iSupreme Court Jus
tice J. K. Lamar, will be fifty -five
Naval demonstrations will be held
simultaneously at San Fraucisco,
ManHaand New York.
Oaae now pending before the Su
preme Court involving the right ot the
Kansas election oflicers to place the
names of Kooeevelt electors on the of
ficial ballot in the Republican column
comes up (or hearing.
The typhoid (ever epidemic at Cedar
HapidB is reported as well under con
trol. Italy granted Turkey three days'
grace in which to sign the peaco pro
tocol. Nineteen prisoners broke out ol the
Wyoming penitentiary. Five have
mi .. m i i
Bizty geographers, representing six
teen natione arrived in Washington
from a swing around the country.
No trace was (ound o( tho (our con
victs who escaped Friday from tho
Ohio Penitentiary near Columbus.
A small army o( auffragettos set
out (rom Edinburg Saturday and will
march to Loudon to prfrwat it petition
to Premier Aiaulthi - ' I
"HAIR TIIAT GIVES FATHER TIM
We are just about as old as tee LOOK
People judge us, by the way wc LOOK
The man or woman with fircy hair is be
ginning to fjet in the "Old Timer's Class.'
This Twentieth Century docs NOT won
GREY hairs-it wants the energy of Youth
The big things nro being done by tli
Thcrc'e a sort of "Hni Been" loo'
nbout those "Grey Hniri." Thcreisalwny
one to criliciso nnd smile scornfully.
Father Time is a stern disciplinarian
Get the best of him. Give him the laugh
Do not be a "Has Been." It's unnecessary
Use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
SI.OO andSOc at firut Stores or direct ufitn recti!)
of trice, and dealer's name: Send 10c for tria
ntlt.-Piih llaj Specialties Ct NiKtir. N. J
I'urNnlpimil Itoritinini'iiilril lij
T. J. C'lirnonrtli,
Mr. Omar Fizar, Jailer Eltel's able assista t,
spent Sunday at Blue Lickx.
At the horse sale held by tho Kentucky
Sales Company in Lexington, on Thursday,
eighty-two head were sold for a total of $32,.
490, or an average of $278 per head.
Large Attendance Yestorday After
noon Talked to Colored
Sunday was Indeed a banner day in the re
vival services at tho First Baptist CLurcb. At
the morning service thoro was an unueuilly
largo crowd out to hoar Rev. Perryrnan's per
mon on "living Up Benjamin," and It was in
deed an oloquent and powerful sermon.
Io tbo afternoon about 153 men were
presont and a splendid talk v. a listened to
with a great deal of i.itorest.
At tbo evening service the large auditorium
was fi 1 d to hear the sul j ct "Why Are You
a Fool," in which many convincing truths were
At the close of tLis sorvice Dr. Ferryman
went to the Colored Baptist Church and spoke
for a short time.
Services this afternoon at 3 o'clock and to
night at 7. Every ono como out an 1 hear this
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of the Amszon Tiro Company
October 9th resolutions of rttipect to the mem
ory of our deceased brother, W. II. Davis,
wero adjpleJ, as follows:
Wheroas, God, in Hid d.vino v. if Join, has
seen fit to remove by death Our esteemed
brother, W. A. Divis, member of tho Amszon
Fire Company; therefore, be it
Itesolvjd, That in tba doath of W. II. Dnvie
the company has mot with a great loss and
the Fire Company ftilh a useful and retperted
member. Wo extend to the family our heart
felt sympathy, and we tru-t that the great
God who whispered peaco to the troubled
waters of Gallileo has whispered peace to bis
soul. N. 0. IU'iiv,
Ui:o. C. Fi.kmi.mj,
(J. T. 1IUN.SICKLK,
Following are this morning's quotations on
oountryproduca, telephoned ntBo'clookby E.L
Mauohester,MRnugerof the Keystone Uommer
EgRiilossolf, par doiec. ...., 22a
Uutier. .... ...... 18j
Hens.V lb D
Springers, IK Sis each Wi
Old Koosters - I3
CINCINNATI, Oct. 12, 1013.
Shippers J6 2i&8 Od
Extra 7 tttilB W
Uutchurbteors, extra 7 UKitl 73
Good tooholu (I) lU&t7 M
Common to fair (1 aiiitS 85
Heifers, extra to IK.0 bO
Good to choice 15 IXMiW 75
Common to fair Ii &0Q15 (K)
Oows.extra 5 I5iai5 75
Good to choice II 25Qi5 (JO
Common to fair - srtl w
Canners...., I" S3 rH)
Hulls, bologna l mt.V 15
Eitra. f'i 25St5 !
Fat bulls 15 0035 75
Extra 10 OOaiu 5i
Fair to good (8 Mi 10 IU
Common aud large tl 6U b 75
Heavy hogs 18 15Qt8 2il
Packers aud butchers IV lOQIU SO
Mixed packers (9 0U&IU 15
Stags It tuatr VHJ
Heavy fat sows .T IS 60318 40
Extra t &.-
Light shippers 17 7t3IH 65
rigs.MOpoundi ttudless.ll OOSK C5
Extra 13 WW 50
Good to choice 13 00I3 .tt
Common to fair. It Z3QK 75
Extra M 75
Ooodto oholoe 10 25Qf5 C5
Common to fair. II 2V3t(l CO
Yearlings IJ 60(211 25
No. 2 red 1 Olftl CO
No, J red u, Mai CO
No, 4 red 793 0
No, 3 white I 71 t 72
No. J yellow (9 3 70
No. 3 mixed 09 y 70
No.3 white I 37 C37K
No, 3 mixed 35 (336
No. J tlniotto... 117 OOQin fO.
No. 3 timothy .....
No. 3 tlmothyL...M..
Jfo.t oloTtf raUeufi
r, rr-i- tr -innTlij) ii i. biihi iii npwIM'iiiJiH.imj
Yes, beef la high and threatening to go
still higher, but In a few weeks, tbero will be
rabbits oo tho market.
A Lexington dealer bought n ilno pair of
i'oicberon mares last week from F. E. Balrd
of Harrison county, at the fincy price of $520.
Wo'ro Ready Now
With evory facility for offering you your
fall suit or overcoat, tallorod in masterly fash
ion. A wealth of tho richest woolors In all
tho newest shadings, stitched Into putts and
overcoats by exports to meet your pergonal
requirement?. Como in and exnmlno our line.
(GioitGi: ( IIBIGIIUAl'M,
Clothes of quality.
()vnr IVor's Drugstore.
Dry cleaning nnd prcHrg.
GjoiIh cil'ed for nnd delivered. ndv.
The Best Proposition in Mays
ville For the Money
Wo hnvc for Bale the Lynch property
in the Fifth Wnril. This is nn right
room house with double hulls nml
good cellars under the main part of
the house and cistrrn at the kitchen
door. Lot fionts 108 feet on Third
street, running back 105 feet to an
alley. There is all kinds of fruit on
this lot. In this property you prac
tically have a farm in tho center of
town. Wo will give you a bargain in
this place on easy terms.
Don't overlook the opportunity to
own tho best homo in this city for the
money we will ask you for this place.
ftttWK. MAYSVILLE, KY.
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFrEE
IhiTe's several grades, but In sure It's Itookwood
30c to 40c Per Pound
Oin ouml puckaKoi Otic l 'tni'l cans All
The E. R. Webster Co. Kn"u
For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. TIlG Stale
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The Sizate latimdai IBmnh
CHttS. D. PEfkRCE,
Daylight Window Displays
lb is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under tho pure white rays of
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
We Are Better Prepared
Thitn ever this (nil to satisfy our customers. Years
no we adopted the method of (air deitlinj,' nnd we "
find it pays, (or today our old customers have per
(cct confidence in us, We sell tho kind ot goods
that inspires confidence nnd wo Ruurautee satisfac
tion. We have the nattiest line of
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever sold in Mnysvillc.
styles are here, : :
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
If you want a Rood pair of shoes como hero for
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : ;
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New hats, Caps, Trunks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
Nnftheiaif Rnr. Market
r -.-" ."
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1 r rr 1 Atd. .r .; itU, U - iWl
rTI IMU.lKi lAMiBvr, local mm Ions
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
D. HECHINGER & CO.,
Nice to Have in the Home I
Absolutely Pure Filtered
One Pint Bottle 25c
Your phyilclan can treat eurcei"( fully
all ordinary eye diseases. If an
operaton lit nuce?aary he will rofer
you to a Iti:h npecialiat In ejo nr
cory. When ulai'd aro necessary
ha will advise you to seo tho skilled
optlchn, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will tell you to K) to
Simpson Lecamo ho knows that tho
man who epecinlizes Is the one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First N.illomU Hank.
MAS IbLi:. KY.
IS. C. SHARP,
All tho i.ew shades and
and Sir-find Sfrnatc.. .
...... -w-w.. w..v--..w. , . if.
.&jPttrrx i - "
New Fall and Winter
TIlO RtOCk Of Wo 1 DrrKll ftnniln In
a. few yards oI'kooiIh ami mnkim;
HIIkH of unusual beauty nml stylo, not n thousand pieces, but tho oholoo
or that many Hdcctcd wltli caro for you. ""
Trliniiiingrt in frrcnt nricty and irnsonnbtn In prion.
llest hosiery In America. Got tho Iloclllch linblt. Iluy your hosiery
hero nnd save many an unpleasant moment. J
very special narfrains lit Oloves.
70o liuyH choice oTn lot of Cloven nluMVH $ I and $t,!!ra pair.
551 nt) iiuyw cliolco,ora lot oi'lonr Kid (Jloves worth up to $l a '
jour sl.o 1h hero, jou will ct tho natiraiii of your llfo in this snlo.
A Krent stock or nowcat neckwear nnd no cities.
l'cttlconts nt very attractive prices, that nro morn than worth tho nrlco.
November fashions nro here. .
Ynu cannot ailord to iiiUh tho Thanksgiving Designer, now hero, only
ROBERT L HOEFUCfl
Tho ffafzo marks C2 and ailing.
No Charge! ";;
II nn . I," " Si7imjin
Il'nnleil," "LmI" fin, I
bum " cm ( Hof excredlno
Mi it Unci' In Irnyth, tire J'JU K In till
". Ilnatiirtu A.lteillkor.iciiu int-iU'l
7 (I itufr full to come the flrxl llnu; wr tmilr m
iniiijl repetitions i$ nre necetattrylo '.run- u-luit iou
f'i ei Use for. 11V i ith mil ertlirrs 'to ft it that thci
i r not tmjmslng o.i tu bu utUiy our i re i oiumtu.
tVHr.UUcrttten HtrsT fumttt copj,u!,teh cm' be
lf1 U the oyer or tent by mull.
TJIK I'Vltl.lt' l.KDOVn,
AiSxertlttm'nls mulrr rAfi Vnilii.p, not excccAmt
Me lii.ei, to cent! cacti fiurho'i ur iv ceutt a week
IriOlt SAM'.-IIAUVs ('OM,Ar5lllI,K
! UAHl'-Unlt "plioLO 105.
Adierttienentt miner this heading, nut ejrce'dtnc
tt Unci, lOcenti cact. imtrtlon.ur S'j ccnti a week
rtOU nr.NT-HOUSi:- I'll room nnd
JJ mil oellnr water nml em In hnuii.
to Kill li llAI I II, 1 10 est Third sirei't.
TilOU ItKM-IIUl al.-Of tlvo room on Kust
JC l'lf'li btreut l.oii yanl. witter In house
Appi io miss mamii:akuiidi:acon.
1710 It lli:.NT-SIIOI'-On MnrKt't street, iift
: door to Ktnl Uriisul s shop Aiplj to Mil's
Adirrtitcmcntt iinil'r thlt recnllng,not exeeedtni
flvt tines, to cents encli insertion, or 60 cents a week
,pl lo .1. UMtliOLU
? Also n uultrns for rcstraurmit.
to MANHATTAN KKS 1'At RAN 1', hcculiil strut
WANTED bECONI) HAND CLOTHING -V?
I'or both iuhu ami women, overrents
Indies' clonks, underwenr, white underskirts, etc
Also will buy eomfoiti, lilunkets mid sheets
Will cull lit bonus J. II 1IUAU1 OhD. -li I..UI
Iront sireet. JJ'l'onjiJI Jnnljj
rAM'EI)-Si: I.SG-Applj to Jll ItURle
T T nllej.
rpili: J T MACKEY 'lKANbKi:UlOMl'AN
X wul move liiiyihliii; ucij time nuy plnct
OUlcet.tiore , Uhlldi clpir stnnd, I West bfe
oud street MnjsWIle, Ky. "I'lioii" H5 J'5 ll
KEMOYAL. Mrs. II b IhiHdsou d-sires to In
lorin her patrons nnd friends thti she hits
remould her iniillnorj lure to comer of bieoul
ami I.lmestouu streets ('t7 lw
AJiertttements ui.dr (Ail 1'rtiiine vitt'iei '1 n
i( adiertiscs 'rust tn'nii't the cip
Obi' LETTER On Sicond Htn'tt Wedni'i
J day. lteturn same to person iiddressid
Adierttimients under thts headirp mstlted fteo
but adiertlseri muilurmiA the copy
ITIOI NU-IION. OK MEN'S 1II.ACK IIOSE-
Ju Lrft at our storo si-urul wecl.s nuo Owner
cull nnd prove their property.
i:st 'Hum sirvct.
Till', I,KIOi:il I inula 111
nil, nml I tho finoilte jiaf.ir
ot tho poopln.
The OsKAMr Jeweuy Company. )
Cincinnati, 0., February 2Sth. 11)12. )
To Whom This May Concern:
Thia U to certify that John L. Wnlsh was
employed by me, for tho Oakatap Jowelry Co.,
as watchmaker for a conaidnrablo period and
during that timo hU nork was entirely satis
factory and ho was especially adopt in repair
log tko watches and chronographs, and it
gives me great pleasure to recommend him ns
a first-class watchmakor.
Joscru W. Duhns,
Head watchmaker for the Oskamp Jewelry
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
Or Tiitkcr .t Ulley's Stahle, Phono 174.
Secon(j-Hanci Material of
. m Hall House
Sold by tie II o Tobaooo Company,
J XSOUGHUN CO. I
afcjiii 7i iiTTiilllMHHWMiBHWLjl "l jJBtWI
Inrirni. linn ....
houso dress nt one-tli'lnl tho nrlco of "a.
Many nro buying
211 and 213
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 320 Mnrket Street
I'lionu 8H, MAYSVILLE, KV.
(In Iluslnuii 3U 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 hao our storo room and slauglilerlm
house In iho hest snnltary condition of any m
thi-clt) iitidHu lnlt local, state or Rovernmei t
Inspection Wolmy the best stock on tho inur
Ket mid sell at the lowest prices,
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
:- BawRW latest pattern In
0ut6Ia$$. J fine assort
ment of all tbe.jt$r
Also, a full line of Ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over 230 satified
customers who are 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 large and
complete line of high-class
Come and let us show
Funeral Directors and Em
halmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
X5'ffnnrilurf'fnff aitwtlvnnilt rniMAri.1. . fc
columns of this rmpr, or xehen but,l'i' di frowCtivi6i.
.f,Mirt wmu uuiTf ,in.rmujir-.r minis, payer
sup rtctdtn are tsixcfaity requested to tlai that the,
taut th adxtrtUemt'nt in Tuk Punua .Knoxn
Hill to UI cost yens nothing, and it will t graifrullSt
ipprtcintw Oil y.l me cuiitrnser ana lh JOIttoiV
pair. If Hit-