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01 tho times is lor better mer-
chandiBC. You seo tho trend
in tho puro food Inwa. Tho
public lins shown its approval
ot tho depondablo quality.
Xho merchant who main
tains a high quality of mer
chandise is tho merchant who
will never bo harmed by
prico competition. Our
Clothes aro representative of
the higher ideals of lino
clothes making. You can
depend upon them to tho vary
, limit. Tho man who buys
our Clothes is doing his level
best for his appearance.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremos! Clothiers.
It's all over but the shouting.
Nineteen now convicts were sent to
Frankfort from Lexington Monday,
At Lexington tho Fayette Telephone
Co., passed into the hands of the
Mayor Lynn T. Gruber of Shelby
ville died suddenly from pneumonia
Mayavillo is a dry city today the
saloons being closed in honor of elec
tion day. Aiut it awful?
Nicaragua had a quiet National elec
tion, Adolfo Diaz boing elected Presi
dent without opposition,
It is said that the Mooscrs are
bringing as high as $10 per in the
Maysville Dull Moose ring today.
Twelve men were arrested at Evans
ville, Ind., on indictments charging
thorn with false election registration.
Our one best bet is that William
Howard Taft will receive more votes
than certaiu wise ones say he will not,
The Weather Bureau announces that
n storm traveling East from the Hock
ies will reach the great central valleys
Dayton, 0., November 1th. Capt.
John Darber, 74, Civil War veteran and
well known' Ohio JUver man, deed at
the Soldiers' Home hospital.
New York, November lth. Light
weight Champion Ad Wolgast and
foe Mandot of New Orleans, divided
honors in a 10-round, no decision
bout here tonight,
The gage marks 9 G nd falling.
Tells How Sick She Was And
What Saved Her From
. An Operation.
Upper Sandusky, Ohio. " Three years
ego I was married and went to house-
a ivuujiii, x wua uuk
looling well and
could hardly drag
; myself along. I had
such tired feelings,
my back ached, my
sides ached, I had
bladder trouble aw
fully bad, and I could
not cat or sleep. I had
headaches, too, and
became almost a ner
vous wreck. My doc
tor told mo to go to a hospital. I did
not like that idea very well, so, when I
saw your advertisement in a paper, I
wrote to you for advice, and have done as
you told me. Ihavo taken Lydia E.
Finkham'fl Vegetable Compound and
Liver Pills, and now Ihave my health,
"If sick and ailing women would only
know enough to take your medicine, they
would getrelief." Mr3.BENJ.H.STANS
BERY, Route 0, Box 18, Upper Sandusky,
If you have mysterious pains, irregu
larity, backache, extremo nervousness,
inflammation, ulceration or displace
ment, don't wait too long, but try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now.
For thirty yeara Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
"and herbs, has been tho standard remedy
for female ills, and such unquestionable
testimony as tho nbovo proves the value
of thl famous remedy and should give
svry one confidence.
S 14, i ii. LU
mm ' m
U ftM ill s '
Ijijrlcs'Ni Krataienpopl0aaeu slayer
of Miss Singer in Chicago, la expected
to verify his confession nt ths Ooro
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WHAT OF THE"SILENT VOTE"?
It U estimated by political nunagers that
25 per cent of the vote today la of aucb a
character that It cannot ho placed. Thoie
who have conducted poatal ctrd polls report
that not more than a fifth of tloao to whom
tho carda are sent malts any reply. la some
loataocoa the percentage has been aa small as
oce'soveoth. The voters simply will not com
That la why New York and, iom9 Now Eng
and Sta'es are properly classified as doubtful.
The pjreentoge of this unknown voto Is largo
enough to swing the election by a big ma
jority either way.
There are some localities where the senti
ment Is so overwhelmingly on one side or the
other that there Is no doubt aa to how these
States should be classed. For oxfmplo the
solid South la for Woodrow Wilson.
Tho great Explro State of New York holds
tbo key to the situation. Wllsob'd solid South
plus New York and a State or two outside
would give him the required electoral vote.
Assuming that Roosevelt gets no votes la the
solid South or border States, he must carry
New York and pretty much every other
Northorn State to win.
Here again cornea in tho "silent vote." In
New York It Is just as silent as It is in other
S'atos. Tbo Wilson people ore not confident.
No moro aro Roosevelt's managers. Doth
sides are holding; bard and wishing they know
about that mysterious, uofatbomed element of
tbo electorate In whose hands the outcome
TAFT LANDSLIDE IN
NEW YORK STATE
Republican Chairman States That
Ticket Will Come to tho
New York At the republican Slate head
quarters this statement was given out by
William Barnes, Jr., after a conference of the
Four hundred and ninety-Gvo election dis
tricts out of a total of ,1,105 outside of Now
York City report, through the canvasses com
plete, tho following vote for Prosldont:
Tail's plurality, 17,694.
This ratio of vote, If carried out throughout
the ontlre state, indicates a vote outside of
New York City for President Taft, as follows:
Taft's plurality, 110,224.
Tbeeo canvasses are carefully made and
have been a reliable guide to the Republican
State Committo for the last fitteon years.
To Justice Supreme Court
Washington, November 4th. In
promulgating today the llrBt revision
of the equity rules of Federal Courts
in tho last CO years, tho Supreme
Court of the United States prohibited
the granting of preliminary injunc
tions without notice and restricted the
granting of temporary restraining
When a temporary restraining order
is issued a hearing on the injunction
must be given within ton days. Here
tofore no time limit was fixed by the
rule and olton not by the courts. The
court went still further and provided
that thoBO restrained may come into
court within two days and be heard
with expedition on a motion to dis
solve the restraining order, The now
rules do not require those procuring
the restraining order to given bond or
the Judgo to set forth in the order his
rcasunB for granting it, These were
provisions in the Clayton bill.
Tho antique form of pleading ia ab
rogated in the now rules for tho mod
ern forms of "code" states: Judges
ato required, with few exceptions, to
tako testimony in court instead ot ap
pointing referocs to do so, and Appel
late Courts authorized more generally
to dispose of suits instead of reverting
on immaterial errors.
Samuel Qonipers, President of the
American Federation ot Labor, had
this to say about the new anti-injunction
"It is a step in the right direction
and one of the things labor has long
been fighting for.4'
HlKlffV..$f . .M
W1TA1I mntlrr mr publication mail b
Unailvd In lnr 0 o'clock i. nt.
41 MILES READY
L. & N. Will Finish All of
Double Track Paris to
Covington January 1
Fourteen miles ot double track on
the L. & N. Railroad, from Duller to
a point two miles South of Falmouth,
are finished and the company is now
running trains over the new etretcb of
With the completion of this section
of track tho L, & N. roail between
l'ari8 and Cincinnati, n distanco of 80
miles, will be double tracked for more
than half tho way, and the company
expects to have the entire distance fin
ished and in use by tho first of tho
Following re tbli inurnlng'i quotations on
oountry produce, telephoned at 6 o'clock by E.L
MftnouBiter,Mntt(orot the Keystone Uommer
Buuer..... ..,. 183
Tarkeyi, t Jo
llona,9 S...M.Mi....... .
Springers, IK Ibieach
MATIV1LL.B RirXlL MAUIIT.
Coaloll.headlight, tfgal t 15 ...
Coffee, ?Jlb S 0
Golden Syrup, V gal 35 0 40
Molasses, new crop, y gal- BO 0 ...
Molasses, old crop, V gal -
Sorghum, tanoy naw, V gal. SU
Sugar, yellow, V B- 6i
Sugar.eitra.O., $ lb OV 7
Sugar, A., V S 7 ...
Sugar, granulated, $J tt 7 ..
Sugar, powdered, lb. 10
Sugar, New Orlcaut, J n
Teal, J lb ... 30 l.UO
rroxMoni and Country I'roduct.
Apples, dried, V E .
Uaoon, breakfast, J ... -20 0 30
Uacon, clear sides, V &. 15 17
Uacon, Hams, V lb 17 2)
Uacon, shoulders, $t B 10 IS
Ueans,$)gal & '
Butter, J!b 30 30
Kggs,$)doz. 90 16
Flour, Jefferson, tf bbl 8.(H ...
Flour, Alpha, fl bbl 5 75 0 ...
Perfection 5 SO
Klour, Graham, $ sack 10 ..
Hominy Vital -
Honey, y lb 15 30.
Lard.V lb 13 5
Miml.V peck - 30 ...
Potatoes, V peck 7
Young Chickens, $ 2 18 .
Apples, table - 30 0 25
lluiauas, l doieu...... 15 30
kemoui, V dozoti... 0 0
Limes, f) dozen 20 0
Pineapples, can, s Iced -0 0 ..
CalltornlaOranges 30 )
CINCINNATI MAK KETS.
CINCINNATI, N0. 4, mlS.
Slippers ia bean io
Extra -t- 4J
Uutober Steers, extra JO 8MI? '
Good to choice ttl WHt) '"
Comtnou to fulr II bWJZtt IW
Helferi, extra tti 33I0 60
Good tocnoioe IS fMH 2
Common to fair. S3 CUQIi A)
(Jons, extra M 3&16 to
Good to choice II 6u&(5 2
Common to fair. 13 &&! o)
Canners Iv! 6Ce Si
Bulls, bologna II 26&I5 ID
Ultra 15 l5ffiW !5
Fat bulls K OOeio 60.
Extra I tOfll....
Fair to good 17 OlniiW 25
Common and largo M C0&t8 73
Heary bogs 17 0!ffll8 0)
Packers and butchers .. .. 17 95QI7 CO
Mixed packers 17 75&17 Vi
Stags ..II 00SI8 '
Heavy fat sons t5'X)t7 CO
Extra 17 icai..
Llghtshlppers IS 8?t ro
Plgs.UOponnds andless.lt OO&t) 75
Extra W C&ffilJ 75
Good to choice 14 SM&tG Co
Common to fair II 3&3I3 25
Bxtra 18 85SI. .
Good to choice W 3K&I6 75
Common to fair 14 VrO 15
Yearlings 13 60!! r,
No. J red........ 1 Ofl&l 08
No.Jrsd MJV1 05
No. 4 red CO tl
No. 3 white IM (iff a
No. J yellow 1 M
No, 2 mixed 65 & CO
'No. 8 wilte l MJiffl07
No, I mixed 3IX35
No 1 timothy.. 117 OOiJlH? to
No.Stlmothy ...Ilfi oOHO U
No.S Mmotby K.Jia 50SXU .V)
No, I oloror..... 110 WQftC to
No.t oUnar mliwl........ IIS t(K5l7 CO
No.soVMnmfcod n& oa$ei& so
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
Second-Hand Material of
'the Hall House
Sold by the Homo Tobacco Company.
COUGHLBN & GO.
HAVE YOU EVER
MADE T1IKH 1110.
MHHHWiiHHHHHIHiliHHHllHHHu . gn l . ?'?vri...rY. nf vimfmi,. emTna
Gives the Real Facts In Regard to
iter use and Tells (low She
Jonesboro, Ark. "I suffered a complete-
break down in health, some- time
ago," writes Mrs. A. McQllI, from this
place. "I was very weak and could
not o any work. I tried different
remedies, but they did mo no good.
Ono day, I got a bottlo of Cardul. It
did mo so much good I was surprised,
and took somo more.
Boforo I took Cardul, I had headache
and backache, and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I am over all that,
and can do all kinds of housework. I
think it is tho greatest medicine on
In tho past fifty years, thousands of
ladles havo written, Hko Mrs. McQUI,
to tell of tho benefit received from
Such testimony, from earnest women,
Burely indicates tho great valuo of this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to
women. Aro you n sufforer? Yes?
Cardul Is tho mcdlctno you need.
Wo urgo you to try It.
N. B Write to I I Adl Advisory Dept..Chat(
rouca Medicine Co., Chattanoogi, Tenn., for Sptcial
In'tructions, and (H-rap; twKik, "Home Treatment
tor Women," sent In plain wrapper, on request.
MARY LOUISE CROSBY;
AJ-j ft TiriYfiP f ',v'r,ltfm'ntt '""'
X T 1 S IIU I yts i the hemtlftfH "f "Ittlp
H'lMrif," "I.ntt" oriil "binJ," mid nnt txtrtillng
thrtt linn tn trnp'i, are J'lWK to alt.
BE'Xo ICiiKlnrw AlTrrllwDiiiil luorll
If aitu trt fait to omr tl.e flrtl time, ve ihi Ut at
M'ir,y rrpdtttom oi arr ntemaryto sreurr what you
'en fin- for. lie ictih aJieillim to fell that tt
rt not tmjioitng o.i ui by uttnpouvficr rolumnii.
BWAiltrrttteri must furnlih ri;,j.tr7i(rA ran W
Itft at thr ofjlct or tent by snail.
TJIK PUBLIC LEDGER,
A'o. 10 Kmt Third StretL
Advertltementi iirwf'r (Af( t.radlnp.nnt exctrdlnt
IIV4 line i, to eenli eaen Intertlan, or 10 remi i week
ANTrn-HKLP-Apply to MKS. WOOD
WANTKU-Tho party that look Mcjc'c from
In front r I.plioil Churjli I isi evcLlng
Is Known. If wheel ii rnurncd it will savo trou
hie; othirUe the police will be cilled In,
roMEN A nioncj mikrr Gnnrantceil Hoi
M Vtti. Our ptopoiltlon Imits nil others
110 pr ihy. Writo inunodlatuly. OOAICEIl
CITV MILLS, 31 South blstcenth streui, Phlla
dvlphla, I'm . 31 Kit
V'ANTr:l-ltOM,.TOI, UKbK-Apply nt this
I utiles. O.M.1I In
WANTI.D-WOMAN Forgcjieral houtowork
T lu family of three. Appo '' Mrs AIINHK
liortl) r'131 l
WANTED SECOND HANI) OI.TIIING
l'"or both men and women cuercoaU,
ladles' uloaLs, uiiderear, white uudersklrls. utc.
Alto will buy ecmfniH, hlnDLels and sheets
Will call at homes J K llltAUl OKI) Eat
Front ureet. 'I'honi; 115. jaiilly
rpill' J. T. MACKKY TItNSI-'i:il COMPANY
X will iuovh nnyihlai; au tune nny place.
oud street, liny. ville, Ky.
umwuviruiKi; ,t.,ii,iub uiik p.niiu, 1 !,.'. OCl
A4frtlttrentt turner tht heading, nnt rteeedtni
1v tinei, 10 centi tac'i inertln,oraO eentt a week
IfOH KENT-FURNISHED KOOMS-At 317
JL' cr.crrv street. no!3t
J TOli RENT- TLA r-Of thrcu rooin and hill
.' UetilrHlilf loiatlou Apply al l- Kast Sie
ond strci-t, I'mtnl L'wJtune street oel.ll lw
Aixertiiemrn'i tiider thtt heading, n't ezeti'Ur,(
tt IImi 10 eenls each i-uerttm, or 50 eenti a week
old. Splendid hunltr. I'rlco 111). V. T.
THOMPSON, farf K. noS .It
Ainrtitevienti under mil neadtng futrut ftt)
iul advertti'"! mini furnlt Its copy.
I OST DELIVERY
l-i uraph Company.
IIOOK-Of Postal Tele-
f OST-1IROWN Et.Vr.T-Pa-l.Bfe conlalc-i-J
Ins brown lebet.lidtwconSuttrm ilrent and
loner Wrtt'lhlrd sir tt Return to Mrs Joseph
LOS r-O.S E COCOA DOOR M AT Taken fToiii
porch it my reihluuce in Sutton street Hal
lowe'en. Kinder please notify MRS. SUDUUTH
STRAYED-COW From Perry's farm on the
Klumlnp lilkn. Kinder please notify Racial
Perry, R D. No. .').
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but adi er liter t mutt umiii the copy.
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Ultra's soTi-ril (!rml , but 1,0 sure it's Itookwooil
30c to 40c Per Pound
Ono pound packages. Ono pound cans, All
The E. R. Webster Co, ffi..
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye disaaaec If an
oporaton la neceraary he will refer
you to a KKL rpeclaliat in eye mr
Kory. When glasaea aro necessary
bo will advise you to aee tho skilled
optician, ono who knows glasses from
A toZ. He will tell you to ro to
Simpson because be knows that the
man win specializes ia the one to
consult about bis specially.
J. A. SIMPSON,
(Second Floor First National Hank.
Judge Garrett S. Wall hnvirj; decIJed
tt quit NOU'ekeepIog, will offer for
sale his handmma reMlenc, 120
West Front street, Maysville, Ky., at
2:80 t. in., on Monday, November
4 ib, 1912. Tho lot is 40 by 165,
with alley nt sido and In roar; stab'o
and garage The dwo'ling Is of brick,
with eight room; elevator nnd bath
room, anJ 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 nny
TEIKS OFSALK-Onc-thlrd cash
and balance in ono and two year?,
with Interest and lien This prop
erty will pialtively be 8)ld.
II. l IUwkinh, Auctioneer.
For safety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of n Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The Siate laimal USank
CM AS. D. PEA ROE,
Daylight Window Displays
It ia wondorlul how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white raya of
A well-dresaed window properly illuminated ia
like a beautiful picture. Wo can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this fall lo satisfy our customers. Years
nco wo adopted tho method oi fair dealing ami wo
find it pays, for today our old Customers have per
fect confidence in us. We sell the kind of good a
that inspires confidence nnd we guarantee satisfac
tion. We have the nattiest line ot
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever sold in Maysville.
styles arc hero. : ;
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
It you want a good pair of shoes come lioro for
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : : ,
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New lints, Cups, Trunks
and Bugs. A Splendid Line of Winter
Vnderiuenr and Sweaters
Northeast Cor. Marks
Are in the Air !
You need Hnndaome TowelingP, Flosses, Itlhbon, Laces, Silks, Ac,
for making up your holidny preaents. More hero than elsewhere.
Gloves Of course you huy your gloves here. Largest slock In this
part of the state. Bee the swell new one-clasp glovo in tan and white. Wo
sell them 25 cents less than the samo glove is sold in Cincinnati.
8cc tho lovely new Lace Collar and Cuff Beta. Somo new ones in
Silks (or waiats and suits that aro attractive in stylos, colors and price.
Lovely Changeahlo Charmcuse for waists and evening wear, only 08c:
27 inches wide; bargain.
Wo aro selling many dresses of the dark Ginghams and heavier cotton
Suitings, very dcsirablo patterns and colors. You will like them.
Tho store is filled with new fall and winter goods.
November fashions are here. Get a Thanksgiving Designer, a great
book, only 10c.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, 2,JA"1
Tin: Oskamp Jewelry Company, )
CINCINNATI, 0., February 28tb, 1912. )
To Whom Thit May Concern:
This Is to certify that John L. Walsh wna
employed by me, for the Oskamp Jewelry Co.,
as wntchmnkor for a consldnrable period and
during that time his work was entirely satis
factory and ho was especially adept in repair
Ing fine watches and chronographs, and It
gives me great pleasure to recommond him as
it Ural-class watchmaker.
J03EN1 W. Burns,
(lead watchmaker for tho Oskamp Jewelry
TIIK I.r.DGEIt Jeadd In
nil, nml l the fuvoilte pnpar
of tho people.
POWER & DAULTON
H. C. SHARP,
All the i.ew Bliades and
and Seoond Streets
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 280 Mnrket Street
I'hono 282, MAYSVILLE, KY.
(In Iinslness 3u Years.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have cur store room and slaughtering
house In tho hest sanitary condition of any Id
the city and we lu Ito local, stalo or government
Inspection. We buy tho best stock on tho mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
RnwRcs' latest pattern In
0ut6!a$$. Ji fine assort
ment or all tbe newest
Also, a full line or ster
Chas. W. Traxel & Co.
ratwuBgnnin , pptrvrmrftpn
NOW IS THE TIME-TO BUY
A SWEEPERrWUf .
We have over 230 satified
cubtomers 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-Vac.
We also have a large and
complete line of high-class
Come and let us show
Funeral Directors and Em-1
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sirtton Street. 'PhoneO
CWrt xntwertng adierthemenlt appearing ',,, i.tC
rwumiu 0 rnit xjjr, ei until tuyln' -oodt front a
mcrehiint whot adi rtUemt aprrt In tiilt petxr.
Bur read trt mr etptclally rAuejUd to ttate thai thtt
tau? th. cdwtrttumrnt Tbk rimfcic LKDain.
rfl will tot tVM tulMng, and it wilt t gratefully
apprtctatfd by tnt th cirfirrtUirr nn.l th. Editor,
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