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. Hn linro wo are vou . with the
Kneeda and wo with the Bupply. Our
8uit8 are made to Bpecfications. Thoy
bavo quality of material and making
both. Tho autumn shadings, the
color tones in these handsome reddish
browns nro adapted from naturo's own
garb in autumn. There are many
different effects, every one of rich
beauty. Fine effects in grays, pencil
stripes and mixtures. Good things
aplenty in Suiti and overcoats for
your choosing at tho right prices.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
, Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
Labor Union Mooting
Tho Labor Union will meet at Amsz)n Hall
. on Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. Tho cbartor
-"li bore. Everybody wclcime.
Thomas Carpenter. Secretary.
Who Suicided Undar Train Had a
Wifo in Maysvillo
Whether Floyd Colllnp. 30. laborer, of 2
LlttaerWy street, was accidentally killed short-
ly before G o'clock last nlqht when to was
struck by a train at Eastern ovjr.ua and Rook
wood crosiing, or whethor ho deliberately
e6aRht to ond bid life bocau3o of domestic
troubles, will probably never bo known, says
In the man's vest pocket the Coroner found
o letter from his wife, Georgii Collies, dated
Uaysville, Ky., from whom he has been sepa
rated for some time, dated Octuber 1.'! h.
Coroner Coe Is of the opinion that the man
commtttod suicide becsuie of domestic trouble?.
Pocket Books, Wallets, Card
Cases, Coin Purses, Bill Books,
Cigar Cases, etc., for men and
Thos. J. Chenoweth, 2
' Maysville, Ky. r
On all Taxes not paid on or before
NOVEMBER 1st, a penalty of 10
per cent, will be added. : : : : :
JAMES W. FITZGERALD
THIRD Warranted to contain no adulteration. The
appears on every can. Guaranteed to give satisfaction.
FOURTH Being full-bodied and machine ground, less MASTIC is required to paint a given
surface than any other kind of paint or lead and oil. A SAVING OF MANY DOLLARS TO
THE OWNER OF THE BUILDING.
FIFTH In time to come! when painting is again desirable, a
MASTIC remains in perfect condition for repainting.
Specify MASTIC PAINT for your home
, awl gaaea of the city, the hot aun and
'""''' paint made. MASTIC Paint does
ljr mixed paint.
.cuoi: I UU
Girls Tell How To
Thcro 13 nothing that teaches more
than experience. We therefore quote
from the letters of two girls who suf
fered and were restored to health. Tho
Baino remedy is within reach of all.
Brooklyn, N. Y. - "Prior to taking
the first bottle of Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound I suffered agony
every month, but after your wonderful
medicine had been taken a while I felt a
little better, and after taking seven bot
tles of it I feel that I can truly say I
have no more pain or inconvenience.
"As I am out in the business world as
a stenographer, I come in contact with
many girls, and when the opportune mo
ment arrives I tell them about the Veg
etable Compound and I know that quito
a few are taking it" Helen Canet,
550 Dean St.
Another Girl's Experience.
Tishomingo, Okla. "I am a stenog
rapher and book-keeper, and Lydia E.
1'inkham s Vegeta
ble Compound has
savedmylife. IamirHm" "-- "-w. --- -----enjoying
the best of , bride, will be her maid of honor, and Mr. Noel
health now.but I was Saunders, brother of the groom will be hla
suiienng irom ie-
male troubles and
and would have
like to write to me
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I will gladly answer her letter and tell
MattJECoFENHAVER, Tishomingo, Okla.
At Vera Cruz, Mexico, General Felix Diaz,
rebsl lea Jer, and threo others recoived death
sontonces by court martini.
New Tobacco at Louisvillo
To date -IS hogsheads of new crop Durley
hare been sol on the Louisvillo droarket at an
average of $0.97, as compared with 92 hogs
beads of new Hurley at an average of $5.81
tho corresponding week last year and 1,045
hogsheads at an average of $9.92 the corre
sponding woek in 1910.
Up to $5.11
or. Second and ,
Sutton Ste. ,
FIRST It'a pure every atom of it
real point manufactured from the finest
raw material obtainable.
SECOND It is made of pure white
lead, re-inforced with zinc oxide in the
correct proportion, and pure linseed oil.
Will outwear, two to one, any straight
lead or hand-mixed paint.
and aecure a beautiful hard, enamoMiko finiah that will reaiat beat tho amok
aeverc weather expoaure. MASTIC Outaide Gloat White it the very whitaat
not discolor and go flat like Keg lead in oil, nor peal and crack like the
Manufactured Ly Peaslee-Gaulbert Co louisville, ky.
FOll SAfjE ItY
Two Daughtora of Ere. Gem today, adr.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Third Street
M. E.Churoh will meet tomorrow at 2:30 p. ro.
at the Church. All membors are urged to be
present. ThoSocIatyoxpocts to mako .shipment
of old papers soon; those havlrg old papers,
magazines, etc , to glvo the Society please
notify somo member.
Mrs. W. V. Thomas, Tresldont.
Mrs. J. II. Itichardson. Secretary.
Bulgarians Still Victorious
The victorious Bulgarian a.mr Is Hill ad
nanclng. It has occupied BunarhUsur and Is
marching towards Kulell Durgis.
Constantinople dispatches continue to fpiak
of the readiness of thoTurkhh Army to take
the (ffecslva. In ary case tho few days must
see something dtcirlcc.
Tho Saunders-Kackley Wedding
Flemingsuuhc, Ky., October 28th A
wedding of much social 'interest throughout
this section of tho State will take place here
at noon Wednesday, when Miss Virginia D.
Kacklry and Mr. Claule Saunders will be mar
ried In the Methodist Church by the Rav. C A
M !.-. U.:..k..l, tfonblar atatnrnf thft
Contractor Joo Simons thoroughbred, at-
; tb-. to h, runabout took a fool notion to
I run off last afternoon at out 4 o'clock while at
j the water trough, correr of Second and
tho ground holding Iro lines at the time, and
notwithstanding ho put forth strenuom efforts
to restrain tho Fplrited beast it ran pell moll
South on Commerce street and East on Forest
avonue at n break-neck gait. Tho resultant
damage was the vehicle knocked into kiodling
Help the City Mission today.
Koostvelt was able to talk to re
Vice-President Sherman is alarm
ingly ill at Utica, N. V., his hone.
Snow fell throughout Western North
Dakota yesterday, following a twenty
four hour rain.
Temperatures below normal nutl
frost in Southern states is the general
forecast for this week.
The repoit that Jack Johnson, the
colored pug had been mobbed at
Chicago provod untrue,
Following a quarrel over a pup, Wil-
1 liam Ziruheld shot and instantly
1 killed Fred Bauer at Louisville.
A woman giving the name of Bertha
Lewellyn, arrested on a charge of dis
orderly conduct, hanged herself in a
cell at the jail at Louisville.
Washington, October ifeth. The
Supreme Court advanced to De
' cember2d for argument the cases in-
' volving the constitutionality of the
j newspaper section of the postal appro
I latest Markets.
I Following am this inurnlng't quotation ion
country produce, telephoned RtO o'clock by E.L
Mtnobetter,M&DiiRero( tbe Keyitone Uommer
Keki, losi or, per uoien..... 21 j
Turkeyi 13 )
Hena,f) lb. ...,.. IM
Springer, IK lbs each 10)
Olrl Rooitera 5i
)DAY AND -TOMORROW;
surface previously coated with,
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Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif
ferent Diets. Peaches and
Buttermilk for Three Years.
Cecilton, Md. Mr. George Richards,
of this place, during the past 12 years,
has probably tried more different dicta
than the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What he has lo say about his experi
ments, must therefore be highly interest
ing to anyone suffering from indigestion
or stomach troubles of any kind.
He says: "For more than 12 years.
I suffered witli stomach troubles, and
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. 1 was also operated on
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. I could not
sleep, and was as near crazy as a man
could well be.
I must say that after taking two 25-cenl
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught,
it did mc more good than all I ever spent
for other medicines.
I have been working daily on the farm
ever since, and I am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has been
in successful use for more than 70 years.
Try it. But be sure that it's ' 'Thedford's."
Gage marks 15 2 and rising.
G. M, WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by tbe Homo Tobacco Company.
COUGHUN & GO.
White. AnRel Food.
" Wanlril," "Situation!
M'unlcJ," "l.ott" and "Found," nidi not cxccalttxg
Ihric lino in Itntith, are i'UFK to all.
DO'So Ituolnt'o Ariterllx-uiriita ImmtIimI
If muu'f I j full to eomr Ihe first ttmt; we fin lie at
many i rpetutani at are neteanryto ttcure what I'ou
-ri ei tlie for. We wlih adirrtttrrt to feet tfiatftei
re not Impotlng o.i in by u$tng our free eotumni.
HS'Adverltiert MimT furniih copy, which Mr be
left at the. office or tent by mall.
TJtK PUBLIC LEDGER,
A'o. JO Eatf Third Strett.
Advnliiemenlt under thtt heading, not ezceedtnt
tv llnet, to centi caeh insertion, or to cents a week
Mils. I'. V. WHEKLKR, 2JI Weit Seooud
MAIL OKI) KKS CARKFULLY SELKOTKD
mid promptly tilled at llie lowest possible
prices (or Indies' and penllemen's wearing up
parel, Jeelrv, household furnishing', cto. Mrs.
K. D. AL1IRO, M0 Lincoln nveuue, Cincinnati,
Ohio. RrfereDces. ooi2l) lw
WANTED-WOMAN TO DO WASIIING
AUo a waitress for restruurant. Apply
to MANHATTA N RESTAURANT. beconii street.
WANTED aEUONDHANU ULOTIIINQ
Fr both men and women; overcoats,
ladies' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, etc.
Also will buy comforts, blankets and sheets
Will call at homes. J. 11, URADl'ORl), East
front street. M'hone U5. Janl ly
WANTED-SEWING-Apply lo 311 lluule
milE J. T. MAOKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
X will tuove unyihlnK any time any place.
Office George W. ChilcJi clxar stand, West Sec
ond street, Muysvllle, Ky. Tbons ll&. Jf5 ly
Advertisements uuaer thU heading, not eiceedmt
1v (lu, 10 cents each insertion, or to cents a weeX
I7IOR RENT-HOl'SK-On Custo atreet. Gas
: and eb clrlo lights. Apply to 2.'t) Llmstoue
Advertisements under this heading, not excee-Uni
iv lines, to cents each insertion, or to cents a week
T710R SALE Two hundred feet of Iron and
! wire fencing aud ono gate at my residence.
J J. WOUl).
Advertisements under this trading xnsirinX ftti
tut adver titers mutt iirndA the copy.
LOST-TKN-DOLLAR HILL In envelope Sat
urday night tu West Second street, with
nsriH of Miss HaBgerty on suiu. Reward if
returned to this otllon ocl!0
T QST TLAIN GOLD 1IAR PIN lletwron
-i hrmo aud llethel llnptltt Church. Flu.itr
please return to 1U Kait Fifth street and rereH
liberal reward. octsu tw
anil pearl In oeiiter. Kinder please return
to MRS CARRIE HREE.E, Eust Fourth street
and rceMve reward. cct? lw
LOST-l'OCKET-llOOK-Coutalnlnu Wfl, on
street car. belneeu Matthew's switch and
car barn Finder will plmsu leave sami nt
this oince and receive liberal reward. oolSO lw
OST-OAMKO 8TICK 1'IN-RewarO, If ro
J turned lo MRS. JAMES II HALL.
LOST-SILVER CUFF HUTTON-WJlli letter
-O." eneraved thereon. Please return to
noUEUT 0VKNS, West Third street.
jr inmiw yrsv
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
1 here, arverul i. Mil , but be aura lt'a Rookwood
30c to 40c Por Pound
Ono pound packages,
One pound cans.
Tho E. B. Webster Co. &&.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary cyo diaoasPK. It an
opernt on la necorsary ha will refer
you to n RKAL ppoclaliat la oye tur
ory. When filsssea are necessary
he will mlvlso you to ao the skilled
optician, ono who knows glasses from
A to Z. lie will toll you to go to
Simpson become ho knows that tho
roan nhi epeciillztis Is tho one to
consult about bis specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
ISccond Floor First National Hank.
Judge Garrett S. Wall havicg d.-cldod
ti quit houiekopplng, will ofL.-r for
Biilo his haodiom residenc, 120
West front street, Mnysville, Ky.. at
2:U0 p. m., nn Monday, November
lib, 1912. Tbo lo: h 40 by IGG.
with alley at side and in rear; stab'e
and cbtjuo Tho dwe'ling Is of brick,
with eight room'; elevator and bath
room, and closets in all rooms; cel
lar under entire building; large att'c
with servant's room. The entire
building in perfect order freshly
papered. Open for inspection at any
T1JRVS OFSAUI-OnMhlrd cash
and balance in ono nnd two years,
with interest and lien This prop
erty will positively b-t Hold.
H. C. Hawkins, Auctioneer. "
FARM KltS' and
For salety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The Stale
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State National $$auk
CHAS. D. PEfXIWE,
Daylight Window Displays
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 at
MAYSVILLE GAS. CO.
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this fall to satisfy our customers. Years
nco vie adopted the method o( (air dealing and we
find it pays, for today our old customers have per
feet confidence in us. We sell tuo kind of goods
that inspires confidence and wo guarantee satisfac
tion. We have the nattiest line of
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever sold in Maysville.
styles are hero. : :
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
If you want a good pair of shoes come hero for
thorn, Every pair guaranteed, : : : .
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Hats, Caps, Trunks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
"The Memory of Quality Remains Wften Price is Forgotten"
It is Ever So With Goods You Buy of Hoeflich.
Aro qnlto attractive, nntl when ono sees linwcliccp (hey arc they learn that m.
suit and trimmings can hn hotiKht for onc-thtrtl tho prlco or a. ready. tovfoar
BlIkH ofheauty nnd stylo very renHnnahln In price.
TrlniinliiK, huitnns, allnvcrs, etc.,; In Krcnt variety. Velvets aro very
styllHh. hoth for one-piece ami contHiiltc. AVo huvo a blf fiBiortnicnt of colors,
special at ll) centu a yard.
Cl'hoBlIk llounccd HklrtH at St.no nntl real nicBsallno itkirts at $1.08 aro
trno ImrKaiiiM nnd only equalled In largo ultlcH,
Of conrHO you buy your bedding hero, n positive saving In tho prlco of
sheets, sheeting, blankets, comforts, etc.
Solo ngent for tho ruinous Wnyno Knit Hosiery for ladies, Pony Stockings
tor children and Sanitary Books for men nn uncqanllcd trio of hosiery
brands, lluy a pair and you will seo why thoy aro so popular.
Curtain goods orsurpasslng stylo and beauty.
Got a Thanksgiving Designer, only lo cents ft great hok of styles,' In for
mation and llctioii.
ROBERT L HOEFLICH, 21
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
Tun Oskamf Jnwr.utY Company. )
Cl.sciNNATl, 0., February 28tb, 1012. J
To Whom Thit May Concern:
ThU is to certify that John L. Walsh was
employed by roe, for the Oskamp Jewelry Co.,
as watchmaker for a consldnrable period and
daring that time his work was entirely satis
factory and he was especially adept in repair
log fino watches ond chronographs, and it
gives me great pleasure to recoromond him as
a first-class watchmaker.
Joseph W. BimNS,
Head watchmaker for tho Chkamp Jewelry
H. C. SHARP,
All tho t.ow shades ami
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W. A. Wood & Bro-
No. 2UD Mnrkot Street
I'hune 38JJ, MAYSVILLE, KV.
(In Huilueis3U Years.)
WE PAY FOR
Green Beef Hides 12c
Veal Calves, No. 1 9c
Beef Tallow, No. 1 7c
Country Bacon 16c
Country Hams 18c
Country Shoulder 14c
We liavo our storo room and alauihterlnR
liotise In tho best sanitary condition or any la
the city and we Invite local, atate or government
Inspection. We buy llie best stock on tbe mar
ket nnd sell nt the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
fiawkes' latest pattern in
Cut6ias$. Jf rine assort
ment of all tbe newv.
Also, a full line of ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Go.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We have over 230 satified
customers who are .using this
Phone or drop us ?-arf
and we will he gladtC cCnt.
to your home and demon-
, n ,r -"T
sirace tne owceper-vac.
We also have a large anal
complete line of high-clasj
Come and let us shovw
Funeral Directors and Em-J
balmers. Furniture Dealers)
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
BVIn answering advertisements appearing'
columns of V,lpair, or wheiU. ousfrbin
our rtaVtn ar especially request
itw tho adverttttment tn Tn' "
XaUwdt cost.yoH nothing, ami
jpprtclatexi by j3j the advert?