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! Isn't it a pleasure as well
as a blessing there is one
clothing store in Maysville
whpreyou can send a child with
thputmost confidence of getting
kind, honest and good attention
afe woll ns when you come your
soil? Ever day finds our trado
growing just because oi this
very fact. Overcoats and new
Winter Suits, alUwool, fast col
ors, at io, is one ol the many
things for men we give. Re
member. Trunks are being spe
cially priced for a few days.
..Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysvillc's Foreraos! Clothiers.
HA HH VILLA, JtY.
Colonel Jcha R. Walton of Covington was to
Mr. C. I). Asbu.y of Mt. Olivet was a Sun
day R est In Mayjvillf.
Hop. and Mri. W. A. Uyron of Brookeville
ware bailor si visitors bero Saturday.
Misses Lnla and NoraJIteDd of West Second
street are visiting friends in Cincinnati.
Miss Mildred Lee of Lowiaburg Is visiting
Mi. aunt, Mre. W. A. Downing of Foreet
Mrs. Arthur Fox of Rip'ey was called to
OrarReburR Saturday by the serious illness of a
Miss Bertha Tolle of East Forest avenue, re
turned borne yesterday after a three weeks
visit with relatives In Newport.
Mr?. Joseph Reiuer and eon of Augusta
came up Saturday for a visit to her sister,
- Mrs. Frank Spencer, at Aberdeen.
Mr. and Mm. U. C. Uollon of Brooksvilie
auloed over to this city last afternoon and
took sopper at the Central Hotel.
Mrs. R. J. Henderson of Portsmouth, 0., ie
visiting her sisters, tho Misses Buckley of West
Second stmt, and other relatives.
M'ss Myrtle Crane left Saturday for Mt.
Carmel, where ebo will visit Mrs. George Kelly
and Mrs. J. U. Foxworthy for a few days.
Attorney John L. Chamberlain spent Sunday
with his family in South Rir-ley. Mrs. Cham
berlain and daughter being guests of relatives
at that plce.
Mr. ind Mrs T. A. Nolan of Cincinnati
wergueste of Mre. Douglas McDowell of
West Third streot. Mr. Nulnn is the clever
and popular owner of tbo Paetim.
Mr. and Mre. Dan I'errine, who were called
here a few weeks ago on sccount of the death
of their eon. D. Nolan Perrine, will return
to their borne in Cincinnati tbis afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Lea, accompanied ty her two
daughters, Misses lilar.cbo nnJ R iter, of
Brookeville, are visiting the family of ber
brother, J. W. Davis of West Fourth street.
MULDER WILL OUT
Bluo: Grass Capital Couple Elopo
to Maysville to Wed Wanted
to Keep tho Marriage a
Mr. Dald James Mnhanes, aged 21, and
Miss Blbol Cahlwelle Block, aged 21, of Lex
logton, were mirried 'S-iturJay afternoon iu
tho County Clerk's office, Rev. Roger L. I lark
Pastor of tbe Christian Church, performing the
The young couple eloped and came to Mays
ville to have the Lupti.il knot tied with the
expectation of kceplDg the matter a secret
until Christmas. .
Tbo pretty and blushing bride nude inquiry
of. a Maysv.lle news gatherer if tbo announce
ment of the marriage could not be kept from
appearing In the papers nnd was very much
perturbed when Informed that the readers of
The Lexington Uersld would aeo the announce
ment of the hippy event In their Sunday edi
tion. They returned to Lexington last afternoon
and will be welcomed borne, no doubt, by fond
and relenting parents.
Our colored gitizens.
The Civic Improvement Club will render a
program at Mrs. Ko'a Thomas' In th) Esst
Dnd this evenlag. All aro welcem.
Mns. W. C. Patton, President.
Miss Bertba Morton, Secretary.
Iter. Dl ilcFsrland of Aberdeen has recently
conducted tfie fumral aorvlees of three old
mi tubers of bis Churches, whose combined
ages sggrrgated 234 year. Tbey were Elmer
Joner. seed G-l. and Mrs Harriott Marshall,
s? ' . .. . A ..
a;ed IW, twin or nuiesDoro, rvy., are. umuy
Alexwfer, aged 70, of Orangeburg, Ky.
AbtritM QtM Gma. V ..
FIERQE FIGHTING IN TURKEY
Londqn, England, November 17tb, Top
negotiations for an armistice hive failod and
the Bulgarians today opened the attack ngainst
tbe Turks alone the Tchatalja lints. The heavy
artillery dqel continued through the day. Jt
appeared to be a Bulgarian preparation for an
Infantry attack. The Turkish fliet partici
pated in tho defense at tha Mamora end of tbe
line and presumably Turkish warships assisted
at the Black Soa end also.
Gets Farm Wagon as Prizo
Fostor Mason, Cbristlan county's represen
tative In the boys' encampment at tbe State
Fair at Louisville this year has been awarded
a new one-torso farm wagon by the Kontucky
Wagon Company of Louisville, as the prlte
offered by that concern for tbe best account
written by the boys telling of their visit to tbe
State Fair. No.rly every boy who went to
thu encampment sent In bis writton account
of whit appealed to him most.
MRS. BETTIE BROOKS SMOOT
Dr. P. G. Smoot received a telegram an
nouncing the death of Mrs. Settle B. Smoot at
tha home of her daughter, Mre. Charles E.
Smoot at Richmond, Ky. No particulars were
given excepting that she had died sometime early
this morning and that her remains would ar
rive here on the 10 o'clock train tomorrow
(Tuesday) morning and be tcken direct
from tbe train to tbe family lot in Maysville
Cemetery for interment.
The deceased was born and reared In Mays
ville and was a daughter of tho la'e S. 8.
HISTORY ATTACHED TO TREE
An Interesting bit of history is attached to
tbe sugar maple treo from Garrard county,
which was planted in the Arboretum on the State
Capitol grounds. It was grown on a farm In
Garrard county, on which three famous Ken
tucky Governors resided. Thiy were Governor
Letcher, Governor Owsley and Governor Wil
liam 0. Bradley. The tree was planted by
Representative James Farra of Lancaster.
Tho thirty five counties of Kentucky which
neglected to bo representded In tbe Ststo Ar
boretum Arbor Day probably all will plant
trees before tbe tirro Is pased.
Willintu Larrabee, former Governor
ot Iowa, died Saturday.
More militia boa been sent to tbe
striking West Virginia mining region.
Net shortage of idle cars increased
1,542 in fortnight ended November
Mayor Lunn o( Schenectady, N. Y.,
was released on bail pending appeal of
bis case at Little Falls, N. Y.
Three masked bandits forced a
chauffeur at lola, Kas:, to drive them
to three nearby towns, where- thoy rob
bed stores and garages.
Daniel OMteiley, counsel for Harry
Thaw in his trials, began a prison
term Saturday, baviug been convicted
of receiving stolen property.
At Cincinnati, Jacob Aug, father of
Edna Aug, vaudeville actress, died as
a result of injuries received when be
was etrucs. by a street ear, lie was
83 years old.
The defense- of tho four "gunmen"
charged with murdering Herman Ho
scnthal, the gambler, in Now York,
was finished. Tuesday the case will
Ben Tarr, who was tried at Greenup
for the murder of Glen Davis at Ful
lerton, was convicted of murder in the
first degree aud given a life sentence iu
' m o m
The euit ot Bracken County agrtiuet
the Cincinnati Gas Transportation
Company for damages to the county
roads was compromised out of court
by the payment of $1,200.
The presence of Speaker Clark nnd
William JJ Bryan in Washington has
started gossip to the effect that there
will bo a factional fight between tho
friends and enomies ot the Nebraskan
in tbo new administration,
In the Brackon Circuit Court Judge
Newell dismis80(l tho $1,000 damage
suit of Era Whaley'a heirs vs. 0. &
0., as it waB proven that tho colorod
girl committod suicide by throwing
herself in trout ot tho engine.
There la mire Catarrh In ttali aeotlon of tb
country than ml other dlieaaes put together, and
until tbe Ust few years was auppoitd to be lnour
able. Voragreat many yearedoctorapronounoad
It alocaldlieaisaud preioribed local remedies,
and by oomtantly ailing to oure with looal treat
ment, pronounced It Inourable. Solence haa
proven oatarrh to be a conatltutlonatTlUeate and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J, Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, 0., Is tha only cooitltutlonal cure on
the mark t. It It taken Internally In doaea from
lOdropatoateaipoonful. It acta dlreotly on the
bloodandmueouasurfaeea of tbe system. They
offeronehunlr I dollars for any oat It falls ta
oura. Send (or olroulars and testimonials, Ad
drcis, P. J. OIIKNKY A 00., ToluJo.O.
It 1b astonishing how fast
monoy will pile up when it is
set to working.
Ono dollar at 3 compound
interest will more than dou
ble Itself in twenty-five years.
Wo Compute Interest on
Savings deposits every six
Then we add that interest
to your original deposit and
at tho end ot another six
months, wo figuro interest on
tho total. This interest is
again added and so ou.
Can you fee how rapidly
your money will grow?
Start a deposit now and
make your money earn more
money for you.
Tho interest goeH right
along, day alter day, year
8? Compounded Semi-annually,
1'aid on Deposits.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS GO.
i si i m
Taft Sings Swan Song
New York, November 16th. President
Tkft sang bis "swan song" as chief executive
of the Nation tonight. As tbe gnest ot the
Lotus .Club tbe President responded to tbe
toast, "Tne President" In a speeoh which many
of his hearers considered tbo most remarkable
ha had ever made. lie sLlfted from grave to
gay and from philosophy, which, he said, four
years in the While liouiebad taught him, to
a discussion ot problems which face tbe Na
tion. i -
FJltowtng are tbli murulng'a quoUtloniou
Manobeiter,Muni;erot tbe Keyilone Cummer
Kggi, louoH, petaoien....-3o
Dutter..... ........ ..18
Hns,$ B....-... 9
Springers, 1H ftse&oh.... 101
Old Kooiters .... ta
IUbblli, perdoieu 1 W
MAISTILLB niTAIL MAUIIT.
Ooaloll.hoadllght, ftgal I IS
CJtfee.tJ lb.... 5 O
GoldenSyrup, V itl -...- 3
Molauei.uuwcrop, V Kl M) O
Molanea, old crop, V gal -
Sorghum, fancy new, V gal 10 ..
Sugar, yellow, J B 6H-
Sugar,extra,U., V B VQ
Sugnr.A., J B 1
Sugar, granulated, $J t) 7
Sugar, powdarod, V "- 'u
Sugar,Kew Orleaui, 9 B
Tens.lJ lb 30
l'ronltiont and Counliy I'roduct.
Apples, dried, fl ft ... &
Uacou.breaVf&it, V ft
Uacon.olear aides, V ft. 15
Uiioon.lUmi, tl ft ....... 17
ll&oou, bluulduri, 1 ft" IU
KttftV do ...
Flour, JelTeraon, 9 bbl
Flour, Alpha, 9 bbl
b SO ...
Flour, Orahttin, V aaolc 40
Hominy Vgal .. .... 90
Honey, V ft- - 1B
Lard.V S - la
Meal.f) peolc . 30
Potatoes, 1 peclc -
Young Chtckena, V S
Apple a, table. ...............
Uananaa, V doien.... 15
Lemons, f dozen..... 40
Ptneapplea.oan, a load -0
CINCINNATI MAR KKTS.
8hlppera . tt 60(317 W
Kxtra ... I . ..iit
Uutonertjleera, extra (0 &X&I7 3i
Good toobolcu 10 Wiitt 71
Commoa to fair (4 60&f 6 00
Helfera.extra .0 iS< 60
Ooodtooboloe I tlfl 3)
Common toflr.... IS 60(6 40
Oowi, extra ,...... IS 3K4S bo
Ooodto oholoe.. 14 C.t5 25
Common to fair tJ '.V&ti )
Cannon W St23 7J
Ilulll, bologna 11 i6(5 00
Extra. ... W 15I5 60
Fatbulls & 006 50
Bxtra W 6010 00
Fair to good .. 17 5 3.t9 75
Common and larg 14 (0tt 60
Heavy bogs 17 8t7 00
Paokera and butchara 17 80217 8
Mixed paokera 17 60O17 80
Heavy fat aowa V 60l0 M
Extra I B57 00
Light ablppera IS 5t7 3$
Plgi.tlOpounda andlfis.14 0Ktt 7t
Extra . W 6$S 75
Good to oboloe M 250IS 6ft
Common to fair. II 36t8 15
Kxtra ...M 75!....
Ooodto choloe 16 tKOi 60
Common to fair 14 605JM 15
Yaarllngl W 60lt
No. Srad 1 f31 07
Mo.lrad S(3t 01
No. 4 red 80(9 M
No. I white I
No. 8 yellow.
No. S mixed
82 01 M
01 Q 61
61 & 62
t .. t.it.
No I timothy ...1 1 6
Ne.ltlmotby ....... 816
No.t timothy ...... -,,...11!
No.t etovar .... ...1 1 8
No.l alovar snlxd..M....Vie
itw.S Ww nt-tm,.M.M4
Orgio Ends in Ooubjq Killing
FlLSON, Ky. Novsmbjr 17ib,Bllly Bowen,
former Sheriff of Powell county, was shot and
killed here today by Henry Bkldmore, who In
turn was shot and probably mortally wounded
by Reese I))er, a brother of tie slain ex-
ehorlff. Tho men bad been drinking.
Abordoon to Build System of Con
At a special session of Council list Friday
night a commlttoo was appointed on cement
eldewalks. Tho committee will present to
Council an ordlnnoco requiring property
owners to build cement sides a ks Work will
commerce In the early r prlng.
Mayor L. R. Camjbel', Councilman C. W.
Gardner, T. P. Howard nod (J. V7. Uurdmadoa
Hip lo Georgetowr, Monday, and Inspected
the crossings and sidewalks lo that villago.
What Aberdeen, Dover, and other towns of
tbe samo class need to m ike them attractive,
First, a thorough cleaning up of all weed,
Second, concreto sidewalks all over town.
Third, tlectfic lights.
Any town of COO can do all this.
If It's ROOKWOOD
It's Good COFFEE
There's several gradet, but oo aure ll'i Rook wood
30c to 4Qc Per Pound
One pound packagei. One pound cana. All
The E. R. Webster Co. HIS.
The underilgned, AJmlnlitrater of Thortai
Meehan, deceaied, will off -r at public sale on tbe
prcmliei In Waibtngton, Ky., on
Wednesday, November 20, 1912,
At 10 . ru.. tbe follonlng deicrlbed real estate,
That uerlnln home and lot Ijlng and being In
tbe town of Waiblogton acit described and
bounded ai follona:
Th ae two cer'aln lota In said town, one ot
which frontion Main and the other ou West ltncW
atreet, nnd which Join each other between those
twoalrceta and which la considered aa one tot,
are bounded hs follows. On tho North by V II
Ham atreet, on the South by the proper!) of Wo.d
and Maltby, on the Fast by William a'reet, tc
gcther with tb privileges and appurtenances,
being the same which was convejed by deed ol
Mar I'arker aud husband to Tbcrnas Meehan,
reo,rded lu V li. No. 79, I'. 270, of the Mason
County Court ClTk'a olllce
This property will beolTerid lu three parcels
and then ns a nhole and will be sold In the way
It will bring the most money.
Tenutcf tho sale tna'o known on the day of
THIt EQUITAIILE TRUST COMPANY
OF DOVEB, KY.,
F. P. O'DannMI, Attoruej. 9-I2-1&IR
jpEOpls Co htm 13
the hiadlngt o "7W;
H'liiieif," "Zort" and "Found," and net txceedlng
Oil re llnei in length, art t'JtKE to all.
OJTJKo nualnr i Aclrrrllir i rati luiertnl
If antueri fait to come the frit time, we tnttte a
many repetition! at are neeeisaryto teeure what van
K'.vertue for. H' vlin advertUeri to feel that tei
tenot tnipoilng on ut ly uilng our free columns.
tUTAdverttieri kt'ST furnlih eopv.vhtth can O)
left at the ajlt or tent 6y null,
TUB PVBLIC LXDQEK,
Ko. 10 Xatt Third Strft.
Adxrrttitmentt under MO heading, not exeetdlnt
flv lino, JO cenii each Intertlon, or SO cenlt m week
ANTED To rent three unfurnished rooms.
Apply at ibis olllce.
WANTED Men and women to sell our Christ
mas goods; make splennld tfltis for men,
wrmeti, children. Sell on aUht. Lame profits.
Experience uuntcessarr. We show jou bow. Ad
dress Quaker Knit, f.000 Chestnut at , PlilU., Pa.
t ITANTl'.l) A munrv maker,
VV Hosiery to wearer. Our proposition beats
flO per day.
OUAKKIl CITY M
II South Sixteenth
atreet, Philadelphia, I'
WANTEU-Whlle or oolored girl todo general
bou-e work. Apply to llox 71, Maysville,
Ky . It. D. No. 3.
WANTED SECOND-HAND OliOTIIINO
Kor both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' clcaWs, underwear, white underskirts, uto.
Also will buy confoits, blanketa and sheets
Will call at homes. J. II. UHADlOItD, East
front atreet. 'Phone 415. Janlly
THE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
wilt move anything any time any place.
Office George W. Chllda cigar stand, 4 Wait Sec
ond street, Maysville, Ky. 'Phone MS. JefJ ly
Aiverttienenti turner thU heading, no( exeeedtni
tvt fines, 10 cent! each intertlon, or lOeenti a week
I 7IOH RENT ROOMS Or entire house; also,
: special heater and coal range for saie. Ap
ply to Mrs. JULIA CU JIMINGb, Houston avenue
U4ter(limtnf under lAit heading, not iJin(
v tiiMi, It ctnti eath imeriivti, or 10 tenti a week
FOR SALE STOVES One cooking and one
heating atovo rb'ap or oash. Apply to
Mrs, KATE KINO. 109 East Kourth atreet. U It
jtdwirtttemttttt under (All Heading tniarttd fri
lul dvrtUer$ muit furniih the ctpy.
LOST IIELT PIN lletwecn St. Patrick's
Church and Wall street Sunday. Please
return to 220 Market street.
LOST-ENAMELED OOLD IIAR PIN-lli-tween
corner Knurth and Market and A. O.
Rpahr's residence. Please teturn to Dr. J M.
LOST-LONQ OIIAIS1 AND HEART-r-Weinel-day
nlbt, between the tiim Theater and
Curomlna' arooery. Planer pleas ratnrn to thla
office or to Miss IRENE ENNIS, Third street.
LOST-OOLD HROOOII-Srt with ptarli and
opal center, between lirldge atraet and Hous
ton avenus, Keward U returned to tl Hrldx
WHY. DON'T YOU TAKE BETTER
CARE OF YOUR HAIR!
Don't let It turn grey. Don't let the
Dandruff get a foothold and start the hair
It's not natural that young women should
have thin grey hair that they cannot dress
It should always be naturalcolorcd-luz
uriant full of lite nnd radiance free from
ugly grey hairs and annoying Dandruff.
Nature intended that a woman's hair
should be one of her chief attractions.
Why not help her to keep it so ?
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
$1.00 and 50c nt Drug Stores or direct upon
receipt of price and dealer's name Send 10c for
trial bottle.-Phllo Hay Spec. Co. Newark, N. J.
For Nnle anil Kcroiniiiemled try
T. J. Cliriintrrtli.
The gage marks 10.0 and falling.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary rye disease. If an
operaton is nocersaty ho will refer
yon to a HEAL, specialist In eyo rnr
gery. When glasses are necessary
lis will advise you to see the skilled
optician, one who knos glasses from
A to Z. Ha will tell yon lo go to
Simpson because he knows that tbo
man who specializes Is tho one to
consult abont bis specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
eoond Floor First National Uank.
Tho heirs havo hail ua reduce
the prico on tbo Otto house on
Limestone to it figure that
any one who wants a home or
wants to make an investment
should not hesitate to take
hold. Wo will sell you this
house for lees than ono like
it can be buiit and make
you a present of the lot.
UES$s&k: maysville, ky.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Wc have over 230 satificd
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 u show
Funeral Directors andEm
balmcrs. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phono 250
SWn mntwertnff adveiiliemtnli appearing '. the
telumni of thli paper, or urAeti tut In' -nods from a
merchant whett adi-crttitment aprri (n thli pt)T
our rtadtrt art etpetlailn reiuetled lo itale that thtj
iu th advtrtitemint in Tns l'siun LstDaaa
TMt utlleott ytu nothing, nnd it will te gratefulli
appreciated by bith the advertiser ana the JZIUtr.
Goods that you will warn.
Lovely Ribbons, Art Tickings, Laces, L'inenp, Towel,
ings, tfce. .
LARGEST STOCK OF NECKWEAR. GLOVES,
HOSIERY, NOVELTIES, &c,
Special bargains in Dress Goods, Wools and Silks.
Get the habit; try Hoeflich's first.
December Fashions are here.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH,
-All ninttor mr publication antut be
hondrtl In before o o'clock tu m.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
Ko, SKO ainrkot Street
rhon 383, BIAY8TILLK, KT.
(In Ilailnsss JO Years.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have our store room end slaughtering
house In the best sanitary condition ot an; In
the oily and we Invite local, atate or government
inspection. Vin buy tbe tvst stock oa the mar
Wet and sell at tbe lowest prices.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
For safety 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 National Bank
CHAS. 0. PEHRCE,
Daylight Window Displays.
It is wondertul hovr beautiful and attractive win--dow
displays are under the pure white rays of;
ELECTRIC LIGHT I
A well-dressed window properly illumfnated ia
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours attractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
We Are Better Prepared
Than ever this fall to satisfy our customers. Ye.us
ago we ttdopted the method of fair dealing and wo
find it pays, for today our old customers hava per
feet confidence in us. We sell the kind of goods
that inspires confidence and we guarantee Batistas
tion. We have the nattiest line ol
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Ever told in Maysville. All tha i.ew shades and
styles are here. :;:::::.
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
If you want a good pair of ihosi oomo hero for
them, Every pair guaranteed, ; : : ,
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, JtfewTiats, Caps, Trunks?
nnd Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
Northttst Cor. Mirktt
211 and 213
Will Save ou From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., NteysvhTe, Ky.
HAVE YOU EVEH
I NOTICED THAT
STORKS ARE TUE
t THAT'S WHAT
MADE TU KM UIO.
POWER & DAULTON;
H. C. SHARP,
ind Seoond Strfttk