Isn't it a pleasure as well
as a blessing- there is one
clothing store in Maysville
where you can send a child with
ifheutmost confidence of getting
kind, honest and good attentiou
as well ns when vou come your-
' sell? Ever day finds our trado
growing just because ol this
very fact. Uvercoats and new
Wintor Suits, all-wool, fast col
ore, at $10, is one ol the many
. things for men we give. Re
v member. Trunks are being spe
cially priced for a lew days.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
Utv. D. E. Foo is the guest cf Mlsa Landers
Mrs. Gua Brooks of lioyelick, b visHinR
io Baltimore, Md.
Mr. G. S. Dudley of Carlisle was a business
visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. U. M. Gary is spending a few days in
Lexington attending the tobacco sales.
Mrs. J. W. Brannin of Cincinnati, is epand
Ins seroral days here the guest of Uiss Florence
Mrs. Jim Woodford of Paris, has returned
home after a few days risk with Mrs. J. F.
Ure. D. B Purdum of Ripley is visiting her
brother, Mr. John V. .Boyer of Limestone
Ure. William Early and Miss Grace Shaw
of Ripley wore guests of Miss Katie Boyer
Mr. A. U. Shinkle of the American Tobacoo
Co., Louisville, was a business visitor Id Ubjb
Mr. W. C. Rudy of Portsmouth, 0.. Is visit
tag bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rudy of
Miss Ada Cilhoun of Cincinnati returned
borne Sunday after spending a fow days hire
the guest of the Misses Hall of Forest avenue.
Yesterday Deputy Sheriff U. Brown and Mr.
Fred TJ-omaJ 'left for Red Boiltrg Springe.
Tenn., to look after their interests In gas and
Iron J. N. Kehoe, Councilman J. C. Kverolt
,aod City Treasurer James W. Fitzgerald were
in Cincinnati yesterday on buslnoss connected
with tbo Home Tobacco Warehouso Co.
Mr. Raymond D. Rosa, cashier of the L. &
N. terminals at Covington, spent Sunday here
with his family who are vieiting Mrs. Ross'
mother, Mrs. Robert Ficklin of Third rtreet.
Misses Ethel Rulo and Mamie Turley of nrar i
Cynthlana, who have been attending tho Asso
ciation at Asbland.spent Saturday aal Sunday
with Uk Cl-irioo Gettid of West Fourth
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carpenter of Clifton
Forge, Vs., en route to Ripley, were stop-over
guosta nt tho Contral Hotel this morning.
Mrs. Carpenter was formerly Miss Alma Wil
liamson of Ripley.
Alkali Ike plays the Devil at Gem today.
The ladies' Christian Baztr Club will meet
with Mrs. V. C. Russell tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Born, this morning, to Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Austin of East Second street, a One son
Woodrow Wilson Austin.
ta the Circuit Court yosterday the fulloniog
nits wore entered
M. Brown against Aloczo Bramel; promisory
note for $15G, datei December 23, 1911, with
Interest thereon from date until paid. ,..
D. Uecblnger &. Co., against James A.
U alone, one doy note, $78.
At His Old Tricks
Oo communication from Sheriff Daugberty
of Fleming county, ulTkara Glrvln and Omar
Flier arrested Bud Darnall last night as h
stopped off an L and N. train at the depot In
this city, lie Is charged with having forged a
oheck for $18 on an Eliziville merchant.
When eoarobod (7 was found on bis person.
Darnall was pardoned a short time ago by
tba Govtrnor for the part bo took in the rob
bery of Mr lijfan at the time Insko was shot.
He aew languishes la Jail availing the arrival
. cf Stariff Du;berly,whn be will bo returned
c is FUhIiz eooatv.-f .
Mr, C. L Roienhim and Dr. A. R. Qafglsy
attended tho funeral of Mrs. William Pimber
tori, mother of Mrs. IRoienbam, which took
place In Slmpsonvllle, Ky., Sunday afternoon.
Mn. C. L. Rosenham, who was In attendance
at the bedside of her mother when the rJatied
away Friday, will remain In Slmpsonvllla for a
few days stay.
Next Sunday will be the first Q utterly
Meeting of tho now conference year at the
Third Street M. 13 Church. District Super
intendent J. G. Djver will be present and
preach at the evoolog service. Tim) for
the business session announosd later.
Farmers Should Hold Tobacco
Oynthiana Log Cabin.
It will be remembered that buyers for the
Lexington market plckod up the best crops of
tobacco In this county laat year at leas than
they wero worth. They made a lot of money
and the farmers were the losers. We repeat
tbat the speculators always offer less than
they think a crop Is worth on tbo market or
they would not make the offer, as they expect
to make a profit. The farmer who sells on
the looee leaf market will get the top price.
Teriffic Shooting Scrape
New YonK, Novembor 18tb. A man and a
woman stood In a small room of a Raines Law
Hotel io tbo Bronx tonight and deliberately
shot down threo detectives and two other men,
who wero trying to place the pair under arrest.
At er nearly emptying th elevon chambers
of a Itrge automatlo revolver, reinforced by
shots from nn ordinary revolver, In tho hands
(f his woman companion, and probably fatally
inju-lng four of tbono whom he Bhotdown, the
man fhot and killed the woman and then pot a
bull't through his own head, dyiog instantly.
President-elect Wilson arrived at
American Cnr Co. 's plant burned at
Terro Haute. Loss, $500,000.
President Taft returned from New
Haven to Washington last nigbl.
Lexington's greatest loose leal mar
ket in the world will formally open
the season ol 1912-1U today for the
sale of Burley tobacco.
I 111 I MM
fierce Byron, gored by a bull at
Elmendorl a few days ago, died from
his injuries, as the horns ol tho ani
mal went through hit liver.
mi m m
l'oatoflico Inspectors at Cincinnati
and other citios are rounding upa big
bun?h of confidence men who have
been fraudulently usiug tho U. S.
Miss Louise Jonos, a society girl of
Hopkinsville, and Miss Gertrude
Kessec of Clarksville, Tenn., were in
jured in an automobilo collision in
It is now stated that the terms
of the Balkan allies will include
a demand for the cession of all tho
Turkish territory down to tho Erkcua
Kivor and tho payment ol an indemnity
The suits of various railroads ope
rating in Kentucky to enjoin certain
state officials from taking eteps to col
lect franchise tax under the assess
ment of 1912 will come up tomorrow
in the Federal Court at Frankfort.
About 250 people, principally Ohio
ans and Kentuckiaus, will pass
through Lexington this morning on
two special trains over the Qaeen and
Crescent Kuilroud, bound for new
homes in Florida and Southern Ala
bama and Georgia.
I Hai.kioii, N. C, November 18th.
Caught in the collapse of a ensketdis-
play ca6e, George NetUon, aged 70,
was killed today in a local undertak
ing establishment where he had gone
to buy a colli n for tho burial of his
wife, who had died a few hours before,
Ashley Wood, aged 81, ol Coving
ton, expired from heart disease in the
Shinklo M. E. Church Sunday. The
samo morning Thomas Hcwotson,
aged 75, died at Newpdrt from apo
plexy alter starting to church. Both
were Q. A, 11. Vets, the latter being a
brother of tho late ltobert Hewetson,
of Newport, who was killed by an L,
and N. train at Nowpott last spring,
There Is more Catarrh In this section ! th
country than'ail other diseases put together, and
until the latl f aw years was supposed to be laouf
able For great many jtars dootortprououncsd
It alooaliilicataand preiorlbed local remedies,
and by oouitantly (ailing to oure with looal treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be aoonitltutlonal disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney 4
Co., Toledo, O., Is the only constitutional oureon
the market. It is taken Internally in dotes from
lOdropitoateaipoontul. It aotsdlreetly on the
blood and maooussurtices of the system. They
offeronehunlrs, I dollars for any ease It falls tt
cure. Send for circulars and ttitlmoolali. Ad
drss, F. J. OUXNXY A CO., Tol4o(0.
eMbyBroffUW.TM. ' '
Mr. Ellas MoCord, agod 21, of Majstlok,
and Miss Ada Craig, agod 19, of Sardis, were
marrlod in the County Clerk's office yesterday,
Acting Judgo William Rosser officiating.
pwSmoke Masonlan and La Toeoa, 5oenlt
Turkoy Suffers Heavy Loss
London, England, November 13 h. Any
Idea that the Turkish Govorameot may havo
had of benefitting from continued resistance
rouit be shattered by todiy's news of the fall
of Monastir. la the capture of that important
town the Servians took threo Pashas, G0.000
men and forty-seven guns, thui achieving th
greatost individual success of the war.
Monastir was the ssconJ c'ty of Importance
In European Turkey. It was Turkey's strong
hold in Macedonia, and by Kb downfall
Macedonia passes completely out of Turkish
The Sultau has addressed an appeal to the
sovereigns of tho great power?, it is stated
on good authority, reqaestlrg intetvention to
ond the war.
Placed on Statues of Grant and Leo
By Daughters of Con
federacy At Washington wreaths of flowers were
laid Sunday afternoon at tho fcot of the
etatus of U. S. Grant and Robert E. Lea in
the Capitol, by tho direction of the United
Daughtors of tho Confederacy, who concluded
their convention there.
Following are this murmng's quotation ion
Manohetter,ManBerof the Koysione Oommr
KggttloMotr, petaoien... 5o
liutter.. ...-....-. - lgo
JJns,y B.......- Oo
Springers, 1H eaoh..... toi
Old Roosters. ..-.... o
Kabblts, pcrdown l.5u
MAHTILLI BBTA1L MABXST.
Ooaloll.headllghl, V gM 16 O ...
Coltee.Va - a 40
Golden Syrup, V gal - 0
Molasits, new crop, Vg' M "
Molanes, old crop, V gl
Sorghum, fanoy new, V gl 40
Sugar, yellow, V 5 o
Sugar.axtra, 0., V " X T
Sugar, A., V B -
Sugar, grunulated, ? B 1
Sugar, powdered, V " 'u
Sugar, New Orleans, V "- -
Teas.V ,0 1,U0
rrotUtont and Country l'roiiua.
Applet, dried, 9 ft...-
Uaoou.breakfatt, V Ss....- JO Ui 30
Uaoon.olear tides, V B) to H
Bacon, Ilamt, V " M
tl.nnn.ihnuliiurl.tlfi 10 16
i j 1 1 1
Ueant.Vga) 60 M
Flour, Jeffenon, V bbl B.OU O ...
nour, Alpha, V bbl 6 M ...
Flour, Graham, V sksIc 0 O ...
Hominy VKL. ,............ 30 ...
Honey, V B .
Msal.V peok .
Potatoes, ft peok...... Jo O ..
Toung Chickens, V - - " -"
Applet, table. ... W 35
llananat, V doisn-- 15 O M
Lemons, V doien... ........ 40 Q
Llmtt.Vdoien 20 .
PlnMpplet.can, t.lctd I
Ca.KurnlaOrangat W O H
Bhlppers H tWJI7
Uutoher Steers, extra U WW U
Good tooholoe 10 itb&tj "I
Common to fair It 7i(S 00
Hulfen.extra 18 6t8 60
Good toe nolo .. W tutl 00
Common tofalr.... I 7&OI6 10
Oowt, extra i 60S 7S
Good to oholo It 7f 40
Conmontofalr U (4 U
Cannert- Sa WJ
Ualli, bologna It t&5 40
Kxtra 16 lMat6 60
y at built -. 005 60
Bxtra V) 7iffit0 80
Fair to good - .17 6 to to
Common and larg It (OJJI9 2
Hsavyhogt. 17 6I7 85
Packert and butchart ..... IT fi0a7 80
Mixed packers 17 3I7 60
Btagt II Ssffitfl JO
Heavy fat sows 16 i5t8 76
Kitra 18 65!....
Light shippers... 18 !6I7 10
PlgS.tlOpounds andltlt.ti 25 3 76
Ixtra N UQU 76
Good to oholoe H z6ll Co A
Coraaon to f air. II Xtl II
Ixtra ...M 75!....
Ooodto oholoe 10 2SI8 00
Common to fair ...14 60I4 16
Yearlings M 602MI S
Mo. Jrd. 9iQl 14
No.lred -.... 01(31 0)
Mo, 4 red .... BOO M
No.lwhlte It 01 81
No. I yellow. 01 9 0'
No. S mixed... M 9 01
No.l white .... ......1 10 9ti
No.S mixed ... IIHdH4
He, I timothy .117 MM7 to
Ve.lUstothy .....IIS 00I16 60
No.l sohy....M.Jll 09AIU-00
t9,'tMmimM0mmd JMA gAjmmA A
It" ' IW fcr,
It is astonishing bow fast
money will pile up when it is
set to working.
Ono dollar at 3 compound
interest will more than clou-
ble itsolf in twonry-fivo years,
Wo Compute Interest on
Savings deposits every six
Then we add that interest
to your original depoBit and
at tho end of another six
months, wo figuro interest on
tho total, This interest is
again added and so on.
Can you eeo how rapidly
your money will grow?
Start a deposit note and
mako your money earn more
money for you.
Tho interest goen right
along, day alter day, year
W Compounded Snmi-an
nually, l'aid on Deposits,
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS GO.
Allans to Be Shocked Friday
RicnitoNn, Va , November 18ib. A now
trial was today refused Floyd Allen. The
men aro condemned to die in tho electric chair
next Friday for th j murder of oftlcerd of Car
roll County Court, at Hillsville last Uay.
JEFF DAVIS' STATUE
To Bo Placed in Kentucky Capitol
By U. D.C'a.
Washington. After several executive ses
sions with the general officers of the Uolted
Daughtors of the Confederacy, members of the
Kentocky delegation reached a comprom'se on
their proposition to remove the status of
Abraham Lincoln from the State Capitol at
Frankfort and replace it with ono of Jefferson
Davis, Pre ideit of the Confederacy. A
mmber of the delegation aald:
"Of course, we would rather replace the
Liocoln statue, but there is nothlog to prevent
ns ordering a statue of Jeff Davis which will
be a.few inches higher than the Lincoln mem
orial." The gage marks 9 8 and falling.
Business Is quiet with the pickets at present.
Tbo fall tuslness as a wholo hss been the best
f ir yoar?.
7y- fltrtvno t Jtivrtltcmfnti untU
11 U W III I (ye Me htnMng. of "JM
Wanted," "Lott" an.t "iburul," and ntt tattHtlng
(Arte Hwj in length, are HtKK ta aU,
VXo IIiiOku A4vtrtliraf-uta laaericd
anticeri fait ta ttmrihe firi! time, ue Invite i
many t eprtilloni at are neetiitryto eeeure what tiou
-t'l'rt lue fir, 1 cl ideerttieri tt fed that tt
re not imvotina nby uilttgeur fret eolamni.
eVAJvtrUteri mvit vrntih topv.tehlth ean it
left at tho ujtc or lent oy malt.
Till rVXLlC LKDQMS,
.Vs. 1 Xtut Third Strut.
Ai rrtlitmmlt vndrr thlt heading, not cetdlnt
five linet, 10 eenti each mrMcn, or SO eenti uetk.
ANTED To rent three anfurnlilicd rocint.
Apply at Uiti office.
WANTED Men and w( men In tell our Chrltt.
mat goods; make tpiemtld iilfit for men,
wemen, children, bell on flyht. Larce prollli.
Ex(irliDCduniieceiiarv. Wethowyouliow, Ad
drett Quaker Knit, 1.000 Cta-ituut it , Plilla., Pa.
WANTED A money maker. Guaranteed
Iloilery to nearer. Our proportion bsatt
all nthrri 110 per day. Write Immediately.
QUAXER CITY ill I-Lb, II South Sixteenth
lirect, Philadelphia. Pa. novl4 I0
WANTED-Whltt or eolored girl to do general
bou e work. Apply to Ilox 71, Maytvllle,
Ky . R. D. No. I
WANTED BECONIMIAND OLOTHINQ
For both men and women; overooatt,
ladlet' cloaki, underwear, white undirtkirti, etc.
Alio will bay cormfoiti. blankets and iheetl
Will call at hornet. J. U. itltADl'ORD. 41 Eait
Front itreet. 'Phone 4i. Jant ly
TUK J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
will raoTo anjihlnjr any tine any place.
Office Geore TV. Cblldt cigar ttand, 4 Wen Sec
ond ilroet, Uaytvllle, Ky. Thou 145. JeS y
Alvertttementt ulster tkit keailnf. no( exteedtnt
tv Mnet, j Mnti emeh Inierken, or I eenti a ueek
IJIOIt RENT-Flat of three roemi In Csttol
? alrastl at nil ahnn In If nrLf sit r sit Ann! In I
MRS. I) FttZQERALD. 'novlSSt
Udvertiiementi under (Mi heading, net rxttedint
linei, 10 eenti eaeh imtrtien, erlO eenti a ueek
I7I0U SALE-Plne Waluut Hook Caie and See--L
rttarj crmblned, Utd Room bet, Wardrobe
and HO vardi of floe llrutiela Carpit. Apply at
Judge Wall's residence. novltl Inr
Udvertiiementi under tkil keedint tMrl4 fro
tut advertiieri mutt Jumiih the eepy.
LOST RELT PIN lletmeen Bt. ratrtck'l
Church and Wall itreet Sunday, Pleate
rtlurn to ZXO Uarki t itreet.
LOST-ENAMELED GOLD UAIl PIN-lle-tween
corner Fourth and Market and A. O,
Spahr'i retldenoe.f Pliate return to Dr J M.
FRA7.EK. novli Iw
LOST LONO CHAIN AND HEART Wednet.
day night, between the Otm Theater and
Cummins' rroo-rr. Finder pleat rttnrn to thlt
office or to Mlis IRENE ENMS, Third streat.
YOST-aOLtt'bROO0n-8t with pitrli and
- opal cantar, Utwssn Bridge itmt aad K nst
ton avaaa. luwaM If MHratd l III Vfldg
Yesterday R. K flotfl cb, as Administrator,
sold tn residence of the late Jha kclltaney
to Urs. Eunice O'Dannf ll;cons.leratlon,$4,000.
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's teverat graJet, but be sure It's Rjokwood
30c to 40c Per Pound
One pound packages. One pound cant. All
The E. R. Wobster Co. 88SKS.
J r axels
4 J- CENTS
Iwo Pounds for 25c.
Tour physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye dlsssses. It an
operat on is necetaary be will refer
you to a KhIAL specialist In eye sir
Kery. When lasses are necessary
be will advise you to see the skilled
optician, one who knows glasses from
A to Z. Ha will tell you t ro to
Simpson becamo he knows that the
man whs specialises Is the oie to
consult about bla specially.
J. A. SIMPSON,
teooad Floor First National Baak.
The heirs havo had us reduce
the prico on tho Otto house on
Limestone to a figuro that
any ono who wants a home or
wants to make an investment
should not hasitata to take
hold. We rrill sell you this
house for lest than one like
it can ho huiit and make
you a present ol the lot.
&I,'Sa,nk. MAYSVILLE, KY.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We hive over 230 satificd
customers who arc using this
Phone or drdp 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-clas
Come and let m show
Funeral Directors andEm
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
trin ontverlnf mdtertliementi appearing i,, the
ulumnl (All pnper, r uhe Suytn' -kii from
merchant it Son adnrtilfmenterr,ri inthlipejiir
our remderi or eepteUiUv retutited Pi itede that Stot
tat the adverlltemtnl T PvstM Lan
TMe srtKMSl a-tw notAfnm, emA tt vrttt U m-eeWvHi I
HHyreelaeed fyiothth adttrtlier and the JUUer. -
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1 n.ii. 11 1 ... n . m ,r,
Goods that you will want.
Lovely Ribbons, Art Tickings, Laces, Linens, Towell
ings, &c. .
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,
KVAIl niutfrr tor pnbltratloa naaat tro
baAdMl In befbre 0 o'clock a. 111.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. WM Market Street
rhoBB 3, MAYSVILLE, XT.
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have our iters room tnd ilauthlerlag
bouie In the belt tanltar; cendlllon of any in
tho cltj and we lnrlte looal, ttate or joTeramont
tmpectloi. We bur th belt itock tk mar
ket aad tell at the lewvit prlcet.
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 Stale National Bank
CHAS. D. PEARCE, E. T. KIRK, H. C. SHARP,
President. Vice President. Cashier.
Daylight Window Displays
at Night . t
It is wonderful hotr beautiful and attractiro win-
dow displays aro under the pure white rays of
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours at-tractire.
We Are Better Prepared
Than everthia full to iatiify our cuitomert, Yuan
CO ne adopted the method ol fair dealing and we
find it paye, for today our old auitomeri hatu per
(ett confidtnee in ua. We aell the kind ot cooda
tbat inapima conidente and ne cuarantee aatiataa-
tion. W have the nattieii lint o(
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Krer aold in UayavilU. All the uti ahadea and
atylea art htrt. :::::::
Our Line ot Shoes is Complete. (
If you want a good pair of ahoea ooma hen for
them, Every pair guaranteed. : : : ,
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New lints, Caps, Trunks
and Bags. A Splendid Line of Winter ? ,
Underwear and Sweaters
Nwihutt Ctr. Plirkit
1 1 1 1 '1 liwi r 1 hi
ti l, f j i.fw...... i! .fMii .i IIW
211 and 213
Will Save you From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., Maysville, Ky.
HAVE YOU EVER
STORES AUK THE
MADE TH KM 1110.
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