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01 the times is for bolter mer
chandise. You seo tho trend
in tho pure- food laws. Tho
public has shown its approval
o( tho depondablo quality.
Tho merchant who main
tains a high quality of mer
chandise is tho merchant who
'-will never bo harmed by
price . competition. Our
Olothos are representative of
the higher ideals of line
clothes making. You can
depend upon them to the vory
" limit. Tho man who buys
our Clothes is doing his level
beat for his appearance.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysvillc's Foremosl Clothiers.
Mm. Thomas P. Bojce returned home Tues
day after a delightful visit of several weeks
with relatives and friends in Covington and
R. B. Boulden of Pueblo, Colo., and his
daughter, Mr. Housten Cwrich of Ilourbon
county are guests of his brother, John V
Mrs. James H. Wood, who has been visiting
her mother in Nashville, Tenn , and sister, In
Louisville, of the past four weeks, arrived
home last afternoon.
Corporal James Sm(Jb of tho Ship Mowhawk,
U. S. Revenue Service, Is spending a few days
of his furlough visltiog friends in this city.
Corporal Smith has been In the U. S. Navy
for fourteen years.
Treasurer Rolla Wells of the Na
tional Democratic Committee issued a
supplementary statement showing that
$150,000 additional contributions
would be needed to round out the
Havanna, Cuba, November 1st.
The election of General Mario Menocal
and Enrique J. Carona, respectively
candidates for the Presidency and
Vice-Presidency of the republic on
the conservative tickets, and all the
other, candidates of the conservatives
appeared practically assured at mid-
Speers Memorial Hospital, Dayton,
Ky., baa been Helectcd by officials of
the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad for
the establishment of an annex has
pital. The railroad already has branch
hospitals at Clifton Forge,. Va. An
ambulance will be stationed ut the
railroad depot in Dayton in order that
the sick on any incoming train may
be taken quickly to.tho hospital.
PILES CURED AT HOME BY
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD,
If you lufler from bleeding, Itching, blind o,
protruding Pllei, lend me your address, and I wlU
tell you bow to oure yourself at home by the new
absorption treatment: and will Also send some of
this home treatment free for trial, with references
from your own locality It requested. Immediate
relief and permanent cure assured. Send no
money, but tell others of this otter. Write todav
to Mrs. M. Summers liox P. South Ilend. Ind.
When a New
Comes in at
Heat and Dirt Fly Out
at the Window.
What would it mean to you
heat and dirt banished from your
this summer to be free from the
rtogc, free from ashes and soot?
Wk tho New Perfection Oven, Ao New Perfection
Sterc i & modi complete coding device on the market
M U i m qtack nd hsd, too, for wuhing and koniag.
,,.,, i jris
it Bltorman will be
buried today nt Utica, thb President
and a vast assemblage) doing honor to
to his momory.
Utica, N. Y Novomber 1st.
Utica paid tribute tp tho momory of
Vice-President Jamea 8, Sherman.
For hours this afternoon and evening
thousands of persona filed silently
through tho One'da County Court
house and gazed for tho last timo on
tho face of tho Vice-President, whoso
body was lying in state in tho rotun
da of tho building.
New York, November let. Confer
ences over tho successor to the Into
James Sherman as Republican candi
date for tho Vice-Presidency were con
tinued at National headquarters to
day. Decisions upon a candidate
before election is unlikely, it was
stated, notwithstanding tho desire of
some members of the committee that
a vote bo taken by telegraph.
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., J. D.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Christian Endeavor nt C:15 p. m.
The DubVc Is cordially Invited and will
warmly welcomed to these services.
Rf.v. R. L. Benn, Pastor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII.
Sundav-sohool at 9:30 a. m A. M. J
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Christian Eadeavor at G:45 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday night at 7 p
Every one cordially Invited.
Bcv. John Barbour, Pastor.
CHURCH OP THE NATIVITY.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. ra.
Morning eervico at 10:15 a. m.
Evening service at 7:00 p. m.
All seats free at all service.
Rev. J. II. Fielding, Rector.
FIRST 11. E. CIIURCII, SOUTH.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Epworth League at G:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p. tn.
You are cordially Invited to all of these
Rev. M. S. Clark, Paitor.
FIRST UAITI3T CIIURCII.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
' Rev. Uenry E. Gabby will proach tomorrow,
morning and evening.
B. V. P. U. at 0:30 p. m.
Prayor Meeting Thursday night at 7 o'clock.
A cordial Invitation Ib oxtended to all.
Rev. J. M. IIaymore, Pastor.
SECOND M. E. CIIURCII, SOUTH.
Sunday-school at 9:30 n. m.
Epworth League at G:30 p. m,
Prajer Meeting every Thursday evening at
Preaching on the second, fourth and fifth
Sundays at 10:45 a. ra. and 7 p. tn.
We earnestly Invite you to attend all these
J. W. Simpson, Pastor.
Sunday-school at 9:15 a. rn,, J. V. Oradner
Superintendent. Men's Class meets la the
Sunday-school room at this hour. A cordial
invitation is given the men of the Church to
attend this class.
Service at 10:45 a. rn. and 7 p. rn.
Christian Endeavor G:45 p. m., J. T. Kackley,
Presldont. All of the members urged to be
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7 p.
A welcome awaits those attending these
Rev. Roger L. Clark, Pastor.
It saves Labor
It saves Fuel
It saves YOU
M.de with 1 , 2 nd 3 bora
en, wilb lonf , CBimtlea. tuf
onxlr duK1 llirougHoul.
Th 2- end .burner tfnn
an L lud wilh or wiliout
nblatt lap.wkkh u Etled with
drop tlielvrs, low. I rieli. d.
All duW erry lit Nw
Pcrfedioa Stor. Fr. Cook.
Book uo iiTa la isroM
Kadini ictoutt. comTihU.
Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful
' Experience that Might Have
Itlvosvlllo, "W. Vn. Mrs. Dora Martin,
In a letter from IUvcsvlllo, writes:
"For three years, I Buffered with wo
manly troubles, and had pains In my
back and Bide. I was nervous and
could not sleep at night
Tho doctor could not help mo. Ho
said I would havo to bo operated on bo
foro I could get better. I thought I
would try using Cardul.
Now, I am entirely well.
I am sure Cardul saved my Ufa. I
will nover bo without Cardul In my
homo. I recommend it to my friends."
For fifty years, Cardul Iia3 been re
lieving pain and distress caused by wo
manly trouble It will suroly holp you.
It goes to tho spot reaches tho
troublo relieves tho symptoms, and
drives away tho cause.
If you suffer from any symptoms of
womanly trouble, tako Cardul.
Your druggist sells and recommends
It. Get a bottlo from him today.
N. D. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dp.. Chatt.
nooza Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., (or Special
Jtumtcliont, and w-paje book, Home Treatment
tor Women," tent In plain wrapper, on request,
Joe Tinker will probably manage
the Cincinnati Reds next season.
The gage marks 13.G and falling.
The stage of water In tbo Ohio for the
month of Ocober, 1912,' as furnished by Mr.
Rain In October, 1.16 Inch. .
River rose In October 12.4 feet.
River fell In October 11.2 feet.
Mean depth on the gaugo, 83 feet.
Following are this morning's quotations on
country produce, telephoned at 9 o'clook by E.L
Manchester, Managerof the Keystone Uommer
Eggs, loss off, per dozen. ...... 'Wo
Uutter..... ......... .- -t3
Heni,f) &.,.... 8n
Springers, IK lbs each HU
Old Roosters. &0
MATSYILLB ItCrAIL M1UKXT.
Co&loll, headlight, Vk&1 1 IS 2
Golden Syrup, ) gal 3S
Molasses, new crop, V gal &0 ...
Molasses, old crop, V gal
Sorghum, fancy new, V gal 41)
Sugar, yellow, V " - n
Sugar.extra.C, V lb U"4i 7
Sugar. A. ,W tt " -
Sugar, granulated, V B 7 (ft ..
Sugar, powdered, l S. 10
Sugar, New Orleaus, $ O.
Teaa.V.tt. 30 1.U0
lrovlilont and Country J'roduce.
Applet, dried, B &
Uacon, breakfast, tt 20 30
Uacon, dear tides, 1 B. 16 & 17
Uacon, Haras, V tt 17 ii U'J
Uacon, shoulders, V B lu 1S
Ueans.ftgal 60 ti
Ilutter.tb 30 O 35
Kggl,)doz 80 fl 25
Flour, JefTcrson, V bbt 0.00 ...
Klour, Alpha, ft bbl 6 75 & ...
Perfection 6 &0
Flour, Qruham, flsaolc 40 Q ...
Hominy $gal 20 ...
Honey, V & 15 30-
Lard, ft 13 15
Meal,) peck 30 ...
Potatoes, peck 36 ...
Young Chlokent, fl ft 18 ...
Apples, table 20 25
Uananas, tfdoien 16 20
Lemons, dozen 40 ..
Limes, dozen 20 ...
Pineapples, can, s loed 20 ...
California Orange 30 -IU
CINCINNATI MAlt KETS.
Cincinnati, Nov. 1, 1012.
' Shipper! Ifl 2JI7 I0
UutoberSteert, extra 10 Hil7 ib
Good to cbolce,...i ti 8&&I) 00
Common to fair f 1 2JOJ.1 75
lleKen, extra 10 UXStS 25
Good to choloe 15 OOQti CO
Common to fair 13 fM3.1l 75
Cowl, extra ti 25QI5 CO
Good to ohoicr ft fX35 15
Common to fair li BH M
Cannen 12 2M&3 M)
Uulli.boloKua II 35t5 U0
Extra. . K lOUMfi 5
Patbulli (5 00t6 M
Extra W 7fcOI0 00
Pair to ftood IU (eT9 M
Common and large 3 50t9 00
Heavy bogi 17 7017 75
raokert and butcberi 17 70QI7 75
Mixed paokeri 17 50&I7 70
Stag! K 00IG 50
Heavy fatiowt I5'XX$I7 00
Extra 17 Kef:...
LUbtiblpperi 10 3'I7 3)
PIgl.llOpoundi andleti.ll 00!8 25
Good tooboloe 13 3.SN to
Common tofalr II 2&t3 25
Extra ...! QW11 00
Ooodto oholoe ,.fd aSlfl 8b
Common to fair .........II 50t0 IR
Yearling) 13 50&II 25
No. Jrd 1 0631 M
No.tred 083 1 OS
No. red BO W
No. J white I 64 (31 67
No, ? yellow. .., 65 9 W .
No. S mixed..,,, 65 jQ 66
No.Jwhlte... ,,M 36K0OT
No. 9 mixed ,.,. StO5
No 1 tlraothy.....',i,....l7 OtyM H
No.StlAotky ,. f 5 Wl 25
No.l Moiy....,v,VH.'j bmti (0
Ms.l oloTir...(,....l-ieJlo W
. Xo.lalevirtali,..,.4ai W&1 do .
Mo.t eoifer jsti4n....-i,,m CU W
JH" Mlia aiM i. i . mm is
'1 " ' 'r
, tttnltrr ir publlratlon mat tx
hnndrti lb LWrtre O o'clock a. nt.
Our Colored Citizens,
The Clvto Improvement leagua will meet
with Mrs. John Taylor of West Fourth street
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by I lie Home Tobacco Company.
COUGHUN & CO.
J RICHMOND. KY.
& A Training
School for Teachers
f OUrtfl'1ln ta Pimnrnirv
tQtormdltU nti'l Llfu HUto C r
tirtcatfi. Vllil In all FuMi
Bchtwti Of Krutuck. Bih-cU!
VnuiFTi IOO ( C T
mftorl,jifwmMtUchool, nwroKnualtrftlalnc bnlbllnr
practltjoifhool.dfftatrtnwDtofiittiCiiIlure, a well "Ir-l
frmiiMlom, Domttlo ffrUnrt FlrtTermbgliigfp.
Umhrt. 8mn(t Tf rm NoTfmvr "t Thirl Tfrm JanuArr
IT. Fnnftri T-rrai.rin, 8ummr School opDi Juo 1C,
"- " -.
White, Angel Food.
J.1U WIUI yOJ the hradlnu cf " Help
tTTTmTTTTZm'Z HVmrnl," ".Sttuultnm
Wanted," "l.ot" mi.J "Jbimil," and not txeerding
three line) ii length, are t'KRti to alt,
BM'Jio RualnrM AiltertlM-mruU luwrletl
If aiwtrt Jail to come the firl timt.vre Invite at
many repttltlont at are ntcettaruto tecure what ou
li'.verttte or. We with, advcrtlien to eel thai the,
re not Impolitic on ut by uttng our rce eolumnt.
toVAdvertiitri ni'aT urndh copy, which ra lit
left at the ojlee or tent by mall.
THE FUflUC LKVCIKB,
No. it Katf Third Street.
Adverttiftncntt uruter thti heading, not exeeedlni
Ave linet, 10 centt each Interlltn, or iO etnlt a week
WANTKO The party that took bicycle from
In front of Episcopal Church last evening
Is Known, If wheel Is returned It will save trou
ble; otherwise the police will be called In.
WOMEN A money maker. Guaranteed Hos
iery. Our proposition beats all others.
110 per day. Write Immediately. QUAKER
CITY MILLS, 31 South Sixteenth street, Phila
delphia, Pa ocl31 let
offlce. Apply at tbli
WANTKD-WOMAN Kor(fcnerl homework
In family of three. Apply to Mrs. AliNEIl
WANTED-WniTK GIRL-lOor 18 yenri old.
MRS. I. W. WHEKLICB, J1 West Seooud
MAIL ORDERS CAHEKULUY SELECTED
anil promptly filled at the lowest possible
prices lor ladles' nud centttmen's wearlnir ap
parel, Jewelry, household furnishings, eto. Mrs.
K. D. ALIIHO, M0 Lincoln arenue, Cincinnati,
Ohio. H'ferenoes. ooi28 lw
WANTED SECONDHAND CLOTHING -Kor
both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, eto.
Also will buy comfotts, blankets and sheets.
Will call at homes. J. II. UIIADI'ORD.43 East
Front street. 'l'hone45. Janlly
THE J.T. MAOKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
will morn anylbloK auy time any place.
Office George W. Chllds cigar stand, i West Sec
ond street, Maysrllle, Ky. 'Phone 145. Jelly
Advertlttmentt tmurr JAi heading, not ezeeedtnt
tve linet, 10 centt each intertltn, or to centt a week
FOR RENT KLAT Of three rooms and hall.
Desirable location. Apply at 123 East Seo
ond street. East of Llpiestone street. oct31 lw
FOR RENT-HOVSK On Casto street. Gas
andtltctrlallgnts. Apply to 226 Llmistoue
AivertUtmtntt under thlt heading, not ezeeedmt
Ave linet, 10 centt tach interliin, or 10 centt a week
FOR SALE Two hundred feet of iron and
wire feuclug and one gate at my residence,
J J. WOOD.
Aivertltementt vndtr ttot heading tnjeritd jrtt
tut adwrtltert mutt furnith the copy.
LOST-ONE COCOA DOOR MAT-Taken from
porch of my residence in Sutton street Hal.
lowe'en. Kinder please notify MRS. SUDDUTH
CJTRAYED COW From Perry's farm on the
v f lemmir pixe
Finder please notify Rachel
Perry. R, D. No. .
LOST-TEN-DOLLAR UILL In envelope Sat
urday night In West Second street, with
name or suss iiaggeriy on same,
LOST PLAIN GOLD I1AR PIN lletweon
hone and llethel Ilaptlit Church, Vlaun
please return to 1IU East Fifth street and receive
liberal reward. oot28 Iw
and pearl In center. Kinder please return
to MRS. CARRIE HREE.E, East Pourtn street
and receive reward. ootlg lw
Advirttiementi 1 under thti heading inierieiiff'eii
iur advertlttrt mutt furnith the cvV.
TTtOUND-CIiILD-S WHITE, OLOVK-On thd
Xf street. Owner please oall at this office and
HOOK "Tbe Practical
Ownir call ai this ottos and vet
T71OUND-a0l)B RIHMKD NOSK pASSES
V Owner pi" can at thlt om and get
If It's R00KW00D'
It's Good COFFEE
There's several grades, but b sure It's Rookwood
30c to 40c Per Pound
One pound package!
One pound cam.
Tho E. R. Webster Co. fi&ffi,.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordioary eye disoases. If an
operat'on Is necersary he will refer
you to a REAL specialist In eye sur
gery. When glasses aro necessary
he will advise you to see the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will tell you to go to
Simpson became he knows that the
man who specializes Is the one to '
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First National Dank.
Judge Garrett S. Wall having decided
ti quit housekeeping, will offer for
sale his handsome resldenc. 120
West Front street, Maysville, Ky.. at
2:30 p. ra., on Monday, November
ltb, 1012. The lot U 40 by 165,
with alley at sido and In rear; stablo
and garago The dwelling Is of brick,
with eight rooms; elevator and bath
room, and closets in all rooms; cel
lar under entire building; large attic
with servant's room. The entire
building In perfect order freshly
papered. Open for Inspection at any
TKRUS OF SALE-One-tbird cash
and balance In one and two years,
with interest and lien. This prop
erty will positively be sold.
II. C. Hawkins, Auctioneer.
For safety 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 Bank
CHIS. D. PEMICE,
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 attractive.
We Are Better Prepared
Than over this (all to satisfy our customers. Years
ago we adopted the method ol (air dealing and we
find it pays, for today our old customers havo per
feet confidence in us. We sell tiio kind of goods
that inspires confidence aud we guarantee satisfac
tion. Wo 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 Bboca come here for
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : :
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New hats, Cups, Trunks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
NorrtfctMt Cm. Mtrktt
K n 1lt . t 'h' . . 1
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.v. -..iSt. : .''...' ' ' . ,. . A-JS . ' -..'. Ln-IMBMHBI
This Store is Filled Willi the Goods You Will Want
5 coots buys npron Ginghams; unequnled bargain.
5 cents buys choice of a lot of outings, worth 7c
&A cents buys choice of a lot of 10 cent outings. ' -
10 cents buys choice o( n lot of wido ribbons, worth up to 19c. u V '
GO styles Barrettes, 10 to CO cents. :J?
10 cents buys the prettiest Dress Ginghams in tho city. Many wero
Underwear of unusual quality, 25 cents a garment.
All the famous brands underwear, COo and $J.
IlestHoBicry made, 10c to $1.00 a pair.
Gloves in endless variety, 10c to $3 a pair.
Largest stock of neckwear ever shown in Maysville.
Blankets, Oamforts and Bedding of all tho good kinds.
The Petticoats at 49 cents are rare bargains.
Curtains and Curtain Goods of beauty and style.
Saturday might Sale, G to 9 Only ' ''
10 cents buys Jewelry, Bar Tins, Beauty Pins and Shirtwaists Sets.
Drummer's Samples, worth 25 cents or more.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, 1A2,1,
TnB Oskamp Jewelry Company,
Cincinnati, O., February 28th, 1912
To Whom Thlt May Concern:
This Is to certify that John L. Walsh was
employed by me, for the Oskamp Jewelry Co.,
as watchmaker for a considerable period and
during that tlmo his work was entirely satis
factory and he was especially adept In repair
ing fine watches and chronographs,. and it
gives me great pleasure to recommend him as
a flrsi-clars watchmaker.
JosErn W. Burns,
Head watchmaker for the Oskamp Jewelry
TJIK LEDQKK leads la
nil, mid I' the favorite ;mpx
of the people.
POWER & DAULTON
H. G. SHARP,
All the i.ew shades and
d Sicoml Straits.
o el licit'
W. A. Wood & Bfo. J
., No. So Market Street
I'lione S83, MATSVILtE, Kl.
(In Uuilnesi 30 Yean.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
Ve have our store room and lUuebUrlng
homo in tbe best unitary condition of any in
the city and we invite local, state or government
inspection. We buy tbe best stock on tbe mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
fjawkes' latest pattern In
ment of all the mm$y
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
m ' -l
and we will be glad to come --S-
to your home and demott:
strate the Sweeper-Vac. .t
We also have a large ,and
complete line of high-class .
Come and let us show
MclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS 7
& KNOX, J
Funeral Directors andtEmf
balmers. Furniture Dealera.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phon
Wjn ontwerlng eulvcftUementt i
etluMneof thli paper, trYtfnjkuyln
ur riJr ar etpeclatly .
nw the aitilwaml i
thU wilt cof jiim nothing
Jtreeieted ey pot A oik