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From now on and wo nro ready
to serve you with good, warm
And New Winter Suits
One thing, when you buy hero
you will como back nud buy '
again. That's why wo are
known everywhere as Mays
ville'a Foremost Clothiers.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
Miss Mattio Irvino went to Ashland Thurs
day. Mrc Dan Miller of Ripley waa in Maysville
Mr. Andrew Wood has been visiting Mr?.
James E. Claybrook thij week.
Counly Attorney Thomas D. Slatteiy waa in
Lsxlngton yesterday on legal business.
Mr. John Uixaon of California Id visiting
his sister, Mrs. Fannie iVllius, at Wasblrgton.
Doctors Toulbee, father and eon, wero out
to soe Colonel Maltby ut Washington yester
day. Councilman Andrew Clooney and Mr. Georgo
Diener, Jr., were busloers visitors in Cincin
Mr. Jobn C. Waging of Mnrslllon, 0., is
visiting his aunt, Miss Stella Redmond of West
Third street, and other relative?.
Mrs. Amelia Mendel left for Lexington th!
tnorniog and will be accompanied homo by her
platers, Misses Liil.e ard Loulie Scbatzmano.
Mr. J. H. Bryant and wife of Cast Second
etroot loft this morning for a week's visit with
relatives in Luwis county. Ur. Bryant will
spend the greater part of bis time hunting.
Mrs. Elizibolb Anders n left Monday for
PoInt-au-Viow. Thursday Mrs. Anderson and
Mr. Thomas P. Anderson will go to North
Middletown to visit their brother, Ur. L.
W. Anderson. Dover Now?.
Roosters aro all tl.e crow thesj days.
A cave-in at Pleasant Valley tunnel delayed
the L. & N. pistar train abuut six Lours
Ur. David L. Hunter has nbout completed
ha addition to h's country borne, making a
boautiful and commodious residence.
The romains of Mrs, Charles Bo'inger wero
removed today from the Lawlaburg Cematery
and bnrled In tha Maysville Cemetery.
In tbo 48 years that records bavo been kept
more than $100,000 worth of sowing roachiues
have been exported from tho United States.
Asex-Lieut..GovernorV II. fox's automobile
parsed op Second S-rosJ t-tie' this morning a
dog left hi pern on th j tiduwalk and ran
directly under the wheels of the moving ma
chine. Doggio lived about five minutes after
tho wbeols puf-od over his body.
An alarm was sent in from Second and
Walnut about !':20 o'clock tbls morning
caused by a slight bUst on the roof of a one
story building adj lining II. Dcydao's grocery
store la East Second street. Tho Fire Depart
ment was soon on thjsceno and tha bl.zi ex
tlcgulihtd with emnll damage?.
ATTHE BIG ASHLAND MEETING
Following Is a list of Mtyevillo Teachers In
Ashland attending the Ninth District meeting:
Earl P. Chase
J. C. Jones
Anna F. Dall
Uary D. Marsh
W. T. Berry
C. !?. Dale
Addis IWnes Rico
II. C. Ilarnes
Mary Robert Lloyd
Superintendent J. W. Dradoor
fLlst of Mason county Teachers and ofS.-lal:
W. C. Coryell
F. II. Tomplclus
It. F. Gultber
Nell K. Willlaos
W. p. Jackson
Kail j Mae Bauer
Ndllio 0 irons
George II. Turnipaeed
C. F. Owens
E. F. Byd, Jr.
II. C. Baachley ,.
' Sowrlntandent Jeiile ,0. Yancey.'
November Hth, last ysir it was 20" below
freulrg, and on the 4tb, there was a fivsthch
Mlis Jennie fleflln and Miss Mabel Dunn,
patients at Wihon Dospitsl, have recoTored
sufficiently as to permit of their removal to
day, the former to her home In East Fifth
street, and the latter to lh horns of Mr. and
Mrs. George Wood 0ons In East Second
street, Sixth Ward.
Boy Murdorod Rocluso
LAWnKNCEBUitc, Kv., November 14ih Earl
Murrell, the ten-year old son of William Mar
rell, today confecsed to Sheriff John Johnson
that he killed Danvlllo Miller, an ogid re
cluse, Wednesday, five miles from here.
Killed Aged Husband
Baruourville, Kv Novotnbor 14th In the
Knox County Circuit Court Mrs. Daisy Wil
liams, aged 71 yoars, was convicted of tho
murder of her husband, Jomes Williams, in the
second degree, and given a Penitentiary sen
tence of twenty one years,
Senator J. C. Owons
As a result of the late Democratic landslide
a Fleming county toy was elected State
Senator from tho district composed of tho
counties of Contra Costa and Marin in Cali
fornia, lbs new Senator Is J. C. Owens, son
of John S. 0ons, formerly of Tilton vicinity,
and n brother of Mrs. C. G. Hood of (his city.
He defeated his Republican opponent by 1,
370. Herd's our congratulations.
Howling snow storm viBited North
ern Michigan Weduesday.
M, E. Iugalls has resigned from the
Big Four, owing to ill health.
Tho National Canuers Association
will meet in Louisville February 10th
The Southern Kailway is reported to
have closed a deal lor 40,000 tons ol
The fact develops at Cincinnati that
the Kipps, who drowned their baby,
are not married.
James Mcltea, President of tho
Pennsylvania Kailway system, resign
ed alter fifty yoars seivice.
The hunting season opens today and
about 400 licensed Mason county.hunt
ers will go after rabbits and birds.
Lnrz Anderson of Cincinnati, pres
ent Ambaesador to Belgium, will suc
ceed Ambassador Bryan to Japan.
Thursday, April 10th, has been se
lected as the opening date of tho Na
tional and American Baseball Leagues
Ten persons were drowned when the
steamer Mayflower fouudered in the
Madawasna River, near Barry's Bay,
U. S. Treasurer McClung at Wash
ington is to be succeeded by Carmi
Thompson of Ohio, at present Presi
dent Taft'j Secretary.
David White was appointed Chief
Geologist of the United States Geolog
ical Survey to eucceed Waldemar
Lindgreu, who resigned,
H, C. Boughton, aged 68, head of
the 0. & O.'s transportation depart
ment, died suddenly at Toledo, Ohio,
lie resided in Covington.
Tho Department of Justice is expect
ed to file suit ro dissolve the United
Fruit Company, charging violation of
ol the Sherman anti-trust law.
No Louisville bauk is listed in the
"Money Trust" data as having di
rectorates interlocking with the Mor
gan-ltockefeller group in New York,
Two members of the first class of
tho United States Military Academy
were expelled aud two wore suspended
for violating tho rule agaiuts drink
William Remington, formerly Ed
itor of Tho l'aria Democrat, was in
dicted by the Federal Grand Jury at
Richmond on a charge of sending oh
tcene matter through tho mails when
ho published scurrilous charges
against 1'rol. G. W. Chapman, Super
intendent of i'aris Schools.
There li moro Catarrh In thli aootlon of tbe
oountrythau all other dlieaiei put together, and
untlltbe tail lew years wai supposed to lie lnour
able. For groat many yean doolof apronounced
It alocaldlieaioaud proscribed local remedies,
and by oonttautly falling to ouro with local treat,
ment, pronounced It Inourable, Sotenco has
proien oitarrh to be aoomtltutlonal dlteaie and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.J. Cheney A
Co.,ToIedo, O., Is the only constitutional oureon
tbemarket. It It taken Internally In doieifroii
lOdrops to a teaipoonf ul. It aoti directly on th
blotdand mucounurfaoei ot th ijitera. They
offei on hurvlre I dollars for any oai It (alls to
euro. Send for olroular and teitlmonlali, Ad
dr.n, P. J. C1IKNEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by DruggUti, 76.
Tak Mall's rataUy rilUtereeutlpatlMi, .
HtW.j'. ' 41''.- -'...,..
JMBsKHattC . . ' . . . .. ....... j N .. f f . t - ' if V' ' ' t A. ,. wk.Ziwnm
Dogs among sheep are Just about lVe whisky
and pistols among people. ,
Third Tlmo tho Charm
Mr. William E. Huff, aged CG. and Miss
Lillto Hutiinplller, aged 54, both of Brown
county, 0., were married list evening In the
County Clerk's office, Rev. J M. Hsymore,
Pastor of tho First Baptist Church, officiating
It was the third marriage for the aged
CountryJay, theold trotting gelding,
winner of many a hard contested rae;
has been retired from the track.
Texas raises more cattle thau any
other fivo states and is tiro second live
stock market in tho United States.
John It. Ferguson of Tcbbetts, Mo.,
is preparing 21 head of cattle for tho
Christmas shambles. He has refused
an offer of 10 cents per pound for all
and an offer of 12 cents for two of
A Maine farmer has a family horso
that islsaid to have passed her 41st
birthday, and is still plump and a
willing worker. Her teeth do not
show her to be over 13 or 14. It is
claimed that she is the oldest horse in
the United States.
It is reported that James It. Keenc
has been offered $75,000 for Petei Pan,
to bo used as a sire abroad. Mr.
Keenc hits five high-class sires of
nearly tho same breeding, and Major
Daingeriiold of Lexington was of the
opinion that bo would sell tho horse
at that figure, but Mr. Keenc turned
down the offer.
Following are this morning's quotation, on
Manobester,MauRul jf tbu Kvyitouu Commer
KgRi,lotiolT, yoraoien. .....-3(3o
Uatter .... ...... .-.lBo
Turkey- - &
Ileus, ty S. ,....... Vn
Sprluneti.ltf ins each -0
Old Roosters m to
Xi.TSYH.LE nKTAIL XAnKKT.
CoRloll.lieatlllght, V gal IB
CotTee.tl tt -5 &
Golden Syrup, y gal 35 to
Molanei.uuwcrop, y k'1 w
MoUiiei, old crop, V 8' -
Sorghum, tanoy new, 1 gal 40 ..
Sunar.yellow, V & - 6H
Sugar.eitra.U., V B fiVi&
Sugar.A., V 7
Sugar, granulati'd, $1 16 7 (21
Sugar, powdered, V lb. 10 ...
Sugar, Mow Orleaui, f) B
Tuaa.V & 30
rroiiiloni and Country l'roduct.
Applet, dried, ) B
Uaooii.brciikli.it, V lb iO ii
llaoou.cle&rilclei, V lb 15 &
Ilacoti.lUmi, V B 'IT
lUcon, ahouldori, V lb 1U
Deans, Vk1 &0
Kgg, doz '-0 &
Klour, Jellenon, 9 bbl 6.00 ffi
Flour, Alpha, bbl 5 75
Perfection 6 50 ...
Klour, Gjrahaiu, tf aok 0
Hominy f) gal 20
Honey, V B 15
Lard.V S '-
Meal.V peok 3U
I'otatoui, i peok S5
Young Culckeni.y H 11
Apples, table 20
llauanai, V dozen 15
Lemons, V dozen. 40
Mmta, dozen 3
Plnuapplet.oau. i Iced -0
shippers ia aeir m)
Ilutohor Steers, extra (l M&7 Vt
Good to choice 10 Wit 3 75
Common to fair (I bOiita W
Hulfers, extra It) So&ta 60
Goodtoubolce U tWJtO 25
Cummoutofalr t3 IWto Q
Oowi, extra IS SSW C5
Qoodto oholoe II 6,(25 25
Common to fair. tJ 15&(4 5)
Cauners 12 MttJ 75
bulls, bologna II t5af5 0)
Kxtra IKatS W
Fat bulls (5 00&I5 50
Kxtra W M10 00
Fair to good 17 .'. OJS 76
Common and large II tOQ'9 60
HeaTyhogs 17 8'a7 00
Packers aud butchers 17 B0QI7 8"V
Mixed paokers 17 60QI7 0
Stags M 254H0 75
Heavy tat sons 16 60QIS 00
Extra I 85" 00
Llgbtshlppers 18 I5I7 26
rigs,U0pounds andleis.lt 0)l 76
Kxtra IS oSffilS 7S
Good to oholoe 13 252,. CA
Common to fair II S6&I3 II
Kxtra 14 76!....
Qoodto choice..- to "fcaio 60
Common to fair 14 60QIS 16
Yearlings .TT.....I3 60311
No, J red 1 0IQ1 07
No.Irsd S55JI 01
No. 4 red f03 M
No. I whit ....! tl &
No.Syellow u. SI & 63
No. I mixed CI & fit
No. I whit .1 S3 S5K
No. I mixed ,.... 3 013
No. I timothy ....Il 50i9ll7 (0
Wo. 'timothy ,. (..118 00(3110 "0
No.t tImothy........,.....ll3 50&I1S 00
No. I olover .Ill 60fSII7 00 ,
No.t elevtr mixed...... a'.IIS 00118 10
Me.l olef snlxd...(....K4 C0I14 M
Dr. Irvlo Borry, who has boon 111 at Waib
Ingtoo, la now coDvalesclng.
THE TURKS ARE WHIPPED
London, November 14th Official confirma
tion that Ktamll Pasha has addressed King
Ferdinand of Bulgaria directly asking for tho
conclusion of an armistice ponding the nepotl
atlons of peace preliminaries, was recolved
here from Constantinople this morning.
AffoclB Twenty Per Cont. of Pris
oners in Kontucky, Says Com
Louisville, Kt., November 14tb. Stalk
tics gattnrod by the Board of Prison Commis
sioners disclose the fact that 20 per cent, of
tbo prisoners la lbs Penitentiaries of Ken
tucky aro ifTt'cted with one of the most sert
ous miladies known to medical science. One
hundred men now In the prisons need Immo
dlate medical attention, according to a state
ment licuod by tbo commissioners.
Kentucky Map to Be Issued
The Postollice Department an
nounces that by December 15th it will
have prepared maps of the fourth zone
of tho parcels poet system, showing
the rates from all Kentucky points to
points elsewhere in the United States
and to each other.
This map will bo distributed as
widoly as citizens of the fourth zone
desire, and will hang in every Poetof
flee, so that the officials cau tell at a
glance how much postage is required
for packages of certain weights be
tween points in the fourth zono and
other places in the United States.
To give an idea of tho cost of send
ing parcels through tho mails under
tho new system, the department slated
that a 10-pound package can be scut
from Louisville to" Washim-ton for
about GO cents.
Each comer drugstore will he per
mitted to lay in tho special stamps re
quired, and prospective shippers in
neighborhoods distant from postal
stations can take their parcels to tho
drugetoro and there have it weighed,
stamped and sent on its journey.
Wanted," "Lott" and ' bund," nml not eieredlng
three lines in length, are i'UKK la alt.
OiTIYo IlualniNu AiWrrtlx-turuU Inarrtal
tt II hunt ay.
7 a wcer$ fall to eome the flrtt live, tee tniiir ii
many r petulant at are neernaruto iceure what you
vertueor. We with aJcertli'rt to feet that thei
re not Impottng ) vi ly using uurfree- columns.
UtTAdrertttert nvar urtdih copy, which car. he
left at th ojice or tent by snail.
TITS rVltLIC LXDQKR,
A'o. 10 Jiatt Third Street
Adt ertlsementt under this heatlino. net eeeedine
rlvi llnet, 10 eentt each insertion, or to cents week
WANTKD A money maker. Guaranteed
llolerv to nearer. Uur uronmltlanbeat
alt nlhers. 110 dm day. Writs Immediately.
QUAKKIt CITY MIULb, 31 Houtli Sixteenth
mreti. i nuauuipma, ra. novn jut
WANTED White or colored girl todo general
home work. Apply to llox 71, Maysville,
uy , u i). ,o, ,i.
WANTED A bright, Indtistrloui, young linn
to d Ecnerul irork at my store I'rfer
one lth seme experleuee, It 11 I.OVCL.
WANTED -bKCONDHAND CLOTHING -For
both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white uudersklrts, etc.
Also will buy comforts, blankets aod sheets,
Will call at homes. J. 11. llltADl OKD.42 Ea.t
Front street. 'hone445. Jaul ly
milE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
-L will inofu aujriblot: any time auy )lace.
Olllce George W. ClillJi cigar stand, 4 Un Sec
ond street, Maysville, Ky, 'lhon H5 & ly
Advertlttnentt uuaer A'. heading, not exeeedlnt
(v (mi, 10 eentt each Insertion, or 10 cents a wtek
JriOIt KENT ROOMS Or entlro :iouse; also,
. special heater and coal range for sale. Ap
ply to Mrs. JULIA CUM MINGb, Houston avenue.
city. nov!5 3t
TjOR RENT COTTAGE Six-room cottage on
J? West Third street. Apply to Miss 8ALLIE
N. RAINS, HO KastTnlrd street. novV In
Advtrtistmentt under thli heading, not execedmt
l tints, 10 eentt tath insertion, or to ceuts a week
ITIORSALi: STOVES One cooking aud one
: heating stove cheupr cash. Apply, to
Mrs. KATE KING. SOP East fcvurth street. l. 3t
1710 R SALE-FAMILY HOR8E AND CAR
7 RIAUE: ALSO, RUNAIIOU V AND SPRING
WAGON. JAMtS N KKIIOE. novo iw
OR SALE-HORSE Corablued saddle and
harness horse: arod sneed and (amtlr
broke. V. 1I.OI.ARKE, 310 Wcsi Third street.
Advertitemmti under this heading MSfltd ft
tut advertisers must furnish thi copy.
LOST-ENAMELED GOLD HAR PIN-Ile.
tweon corner Fourth and Market and A. C.
Spihr'a residence. I'loiiso return to Dr. J. M.
LOST-LONO CHAIN AND HEART Wednes
day night, hetweon the Gem Theater and
Cummins' grocery. Kinder pleas relorn to tbls
offlcoor to Miss IRENi: KNNIS, Third street.
LOST-GOLD 1IR00CH-S( t with pearls and
opal center, between llrldga street and Hous
ton avenue. Reward If returned to 215 Urtdge
LOST-A YELLOW ENVELOPE-Contalnlng
three baud undo h n.dkerchlefs ovcruast In
blue. Return to this olllco. no0 Iw
Jdvertiiimenjf uruler this hcadlrg inttrUd frtv
tut advtrtittrttnust furnish tht cvpy.
TTlOUND-ltAr MARK-About years old;
X' taken uuus slrav. Owner can oall on J.
O, HAM.ou tha Pat Comer farm, near Lewis
turj. ( nov lw
MUST PROTECT HUMAN LIFE
Holding that railroad companies
must maintain sufficient number of
lookouts to protect human lifo wher
ever it is necessary to bo protected,
tho Court of Appeals revereed the
judgmont of (ho Lawrence Circuit
Court, directing n new trial in tho case
of A. 0. Carter, administrator of Jeff
Blovius, against tho Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad Company. DlevinB
wa9 killed on the 0. & 0, Hailroad at
The gage marks 14.0 and falling.
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's jeroral grades, but bo sure ll't Itookwood
30c to 40c Per Pound
Ojs pound package. One pound cani. All
The E. R. Webster Co. SKI,.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary rye disease. If an
oporaton la noce'sary be will refer
you to a REAL specialist In eye tur
nery. When glasses aro necessnry
be will advise you to see the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. He will toll you to go to
Simpson because be knowa that the
man ho rpechlizea Id the one to
consult about bis specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
.Keoond Floor Flrtt National Dank.
We have for sale a nice little
place of 18 acres located on
the piko just 24 miles from
Mnysville. On this farm there
is a enzy little house and good
stable, smoke house and hen
houst; some fruit for family
uso. riacc all in grass but
about two acres. School aud
church in sight of tho place.
X ,' D
tradeW hank. HAiSVILLE, KY.
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 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
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
BVIh answering euhcrtittments appearing '...th.
columns of th (i paper, or whn luyln' "nodi from e
merchant tehot. adiertlttmenlapr.rt tnthls pcyti
our readert as t tsiteially requested la stats that thc
hu th. advcrltteMent In Tiik.Pl'ulic l.EDnil.
fA( ttttl east you nothing, and U still tt gralffullt
apprtsUitnl ly I
j bW 11,4 advertiser and the JLMftor.
Same Goods, Less Money!
Better Goods, Same Money.
This ntoro is filled with best goods attractively priced.
The Outings at 5c, 8o and 10c aro a positivo saving to you.
Tho Apron Ginghams at 5c and 7X aro the bargains of tho city.
Tho largest stock of pretty, washable Dre?s Ginghams in tho city,
Tho underwear is just a littln bettor than ever beforo for tho price.
Spocial qualities at 25c and 50c.
Five different styles of Ladies' Union 8uits nt $1 each.
The skirts wo aro Eolling at 49c aro rare bargains, including Satin,
Outing and Gingham Skirts.
Our Blankets are larger than usual. Specials at $1, )1.50 and $2
that aro a saving of about 50c to you.
Beautiful Kimona Goods, look.'and feels like silk, 8co them.
A few pair of Ironclad Hoso for children left, only 19o.
More Gloves, moro Uosiory, more Ribbons, more novelties than ever
You must just seethe Neckwear to learn the styles.
RuiHing in many styles and widths.
December fashions aro here.
ROBERT L. HOEFUCH,
-AIl mntlrr ior publication moat bo
hiuidcU In bcluro 0 o'clock n. m.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. XdO Market Street
Phono 38S, MAYSVILLE, KT.
(In Business SO Years.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have rur store room nnd slaughtering
houso In the best sanitary condition of any in
the olty and we Invite local, state or gorernmont
Inspection. We buy the best stock on tke mar
ket and sell at the lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
! I llfnillll.1 I mi w I
For salety and good methods should surely be
considered in the selection of a Bank. The State
National is seeking your Business.
CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE.
The State Mational B$mk
CHAS. a. PEMICE, E. T. KIRK, H. C. SHARP
Daylight Window Displays
at Night .
It is wonderiul how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
A well-dressed window
like a beautiful picture.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this (all to satisfy our customers. Years
hro wo ndopted the method ol fair dealing nnd no
find it pays, for today our old customers have per
feet confidence in us, Wo sell tho kind ct goods
that inspires confidence and we guarantee satisfac
tion. We have tbe nattiest line ot
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever sold in Mayaville. All tin low shades aud
styles are here, :::::::
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
It you want a good pair ol shoes como here for
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : : ,
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New Huts, Caps, Trunks
nnd Bugs. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
Northoast Cor. Market
211 and 213
Will Save ou From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., Maysville, Ky.
HAVK YOU RVER
STORES ARE TIIE
POWER & DAULTON
properly illuminated is
We can mako youra at- -l
Clothes Man I
and Second Sir