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Isn't it a pleasure as well
-as a blosslng there is one
clothing store in Maysville
where you can send a child with
the utmost confidence of getting
kind, honest nnd good attention
as well ns when you come your
sell? Ever day finds our trado
growing just because ol this
very tact. Uvercoats arm new
n. Winter Suits, all-wool, fast col-
fors, at $10, is one ol the many
things for men we givo. Re
member. Trunks are being spe-
J daily priced for a few days.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
HAYBV1LLM, RY .
Mr. 0. L. Hlaton of FlemlnRsburg. was a
business visitor hers yesterday
Ura. W. A. Moriing hat rotnrned home
after a week's visit with her mother at Hill
ersborg. lire. J. U.Cole and daughter of Dlue L'cb
Spring, are visltiig her mother, Mre. Wright
of East Fourth street;
Mr. and Ure. W. E. Prico of Ellzuille and
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Sherwood of Einc wore
out of town shoppers in the city yesterday.
Miss Myrtle Crane of East Fifth street re
turned home yesterday after a several days
visit with Mrs. George Kelly at Mt. Carmel.
Mr. J. 0. Rains arrived home from Cincin
nati Uonday night and left Tuesday morning
for Lexington to attend the opening tobacco
Mrs Charles Lavin of Maysville spent sev
cral days her with hr mother, Mrs. John Mc
Rohsn, who was qulto ill, but now much belt jr.
Mr. William Ryan, Managing Editor cf the
Birmingham (Ala.) Ago-Herald, and a former
Maysrilllao, Is visiting the family of Rev. John
Barbour for a few day.
Mrs. J. G. Wadswortb, Ure. J. T. Threlkeld
nnd Mrs. G. D. Newell of Maysville were up
last Thursday and Friday, guests of their sis-
--ter, Mrs. E. U. Kenner. Fleming Gazette.
"rginia Loose Leaf Market
is t Monday on tho Danville, Vo.,
y,j ie. market, nine million pounds of to-
ceo hid been told and it Is.cUlmeJ the
price so far his averaged belter than $5 per
hundred over the market last year. This
increase ehould show tho sarao on tobacco
grown in Kentucky and in
average will be near 15 cents.
the event the
ST..:. fHiiauisi nanruaus uu tuuav in
FhHpmI Pnnrt nt Frnnk.
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7 At Frankfort, suits brought by railroads
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sou express companies ia me reaerai iioori
to enjjln the collection of franchise texes
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r uuuoi mo ttascaoiucui. ui iifii. win uuau uu
fr , ucjuid luua uuvuiau iuia iuuiuiu.
KAAaA T...I.VA n.Aa.n ,1.1. nAB.t.a
t Arizomenta will be heard on motion of the
'., s companies for an interlocutory Injuoctloa re-
training tha officials from titklnir nnv Rtunn
toward the collection of taxes until a dual
& Cfirce la entered In the cases. .
ty tun uoaiiui; iuq uuiupjuiea win uuueavur
In alinnr Dial Ih.v l.owa a Mnnid nf aAlt.tn nn
.w suwn .uov huDj u.io a buuiu vi av.iwu, auu
. - mbi uuicbs toe resiraining oraer is graniea
their rlirhts will ba affected materially before
f the merits ot the cises aro decided. If tbey
can do this tnoy will get tbo order, If the
court iaof the opinion that It has jariidlctloo.
it acuuia bu ua a uiuoa ijucoliuu, wuuuur iu
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.ntls nt Ikfj hiip.Atar ot.alMaf Clafa nF(ia
,C In their administrative capacity, Involving a
'" duty they owe the elite, If the suit Is not
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itself. If Judge Cochran finds the railroads
are trying to sue a sovereign State, of course
he will not take jurisdiction.
All the railroad, excepting tho Illinois
Central, paid Into the stato tha amount they
v admitted they owed, and the suits Involve the
excess, which Is exactly the amount of the
tpv raise made by tho State board of Valuation
'tW - JaOd'Assessment this year. This aggregates
, - -. $3G1,44.12, which the state claims Is due
" FdAari 1 1 a nar4at m fnllnmit
ituui vud luaun as tuiivnot
C. & 0 80,276.40
Q & C 35 574 38
- , j V.0 73.73438
Adams Express Company 3,726.24
Southern Express 1,388.33
Total . .$361,344 12
After the bearlog ot these cases the ques
tion of saefoylnje txtra counsel probably will
LV linti B.n flfyftln Tha nnv.rnn, nt ttnnrmm nn
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;, do nothing without th-s Attorney Censrsl first
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Footbill Ii s,f otbladeo la the schools or
DayttU by a roctDt decree.
Mrs. F. ?. Aodrewi of lUnsfisId, 0., guest
ot Mre. U. 0. Russell, Past Third street, ho
ni itrlckeo with maicular rheumtlara ten
days ijjo, li rnuoh Improved.
Suprimo Coutt ndjourno December
Battlo beloro Conetantinople
bo final one ot war.
Near Akron, Oh'o, Juetice W. Ba
ker was killed while duck hunting.
in m . '
Congreaaman Underwood predicts a
now tariff law will bo in effect by July
At Milwaukeo, Wis., a commission
of five alienists reported to Judge
Backus, finding John Schrank, who
shot Col. Hooievelt, insane,
i. i m m i
State Inspector Goodpastor claims
there ia $20,730 duo from tho Insur
ance Department under tho Repub
lican administration of O. V. Bell.!
Captain E. D. L. Breckenridge of
the Tenth Infantry, U, 8. A., has been
assigned to tho Kentucky National
Guard, to succeed Captain Charles It.
iii- i i
NiarWilliamstown, William Miller,
1C, was accidentally shot by his brother
while hunting. Ho is in a Berious
condition, The brother waa shooting
at a rabbit.
Chairman Ftijo says money trust
inquiry will be completed within four
weeks, and report with suggestions for
remedial legislation sent to Congress
early in January.
President Talt will become plain
William H. Taft, attorney-at-law, Cin
cinnati, Ohio, when he steps from the
Presidential chair next spring and his
son Robert will bo his partnor.
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l'ercival S. Hill, President of tho
American Tobacco Company, says
disintegration of company has been
complete and that real competition
does exist among various tobacco com
panies. m i
Claire Fitzgerald, 18 years old, of
Valley, Neb., injured in a football
game (last Friday, died at Omaha
Monday. Tho boy's neck was broken
whilo tackling an opponent during
Turkey sues for peace and negotia
tions with the Balkan States far set
tlement of the war are now on. Hos
tilities have about ended, but the rav-
I ages of disease and suffering are just
Phil Nlppert Henry, the seventeen-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Henry of Louisville, was killed Mon
day by a fall from a tbitd-atory win
dow, a distance of GO feet, at the Cath
olic University in Washington, D. 0.
Continental Oil stock sold at $1,325
on the New York curb Monday, an ad
vance, of $225. This is one of the old
Standard Oil subsidiaries, and there
are rumors of n melon cut tag soon.
Last February it paid a dividend of 50
1 s -
The United States Government
Tuesday at Oincinnati began its effort
to convict thirty officials and ex-ofll-cials
of the National Cash Register
Company of Dayton, Ohio, under the
criminal statute ot the Sherman anti
' Guy Candy, nine-year-old son of
John Candy of Five Points, Ohio, was
shot in the (ace Saturday while hunt
ing. John Crawford fired at quail,
The whole load of shot hit Candy,
tearing off, his nose. Tho boy lived
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Major General Henry Clay Merriam,
U, S. A., retired, winner of the Con
gressional medal ot honor for gallantry
in battlo iu tho Civil War, and onco
Commander ot the Department ot Col
orado, is dead at Portland, Maine, at
the age of 75c years.
There Is mire Catarrh In this notion of th
country than ail other diseases put together, and
untlltbelaitfswyiars was supposed to be licur.
able. For a great many ytars dootorspronounosd
It a local disease and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly (ailing to oure with loeal treat
ment, pronounced It Incurable. Solenea has
provea catarrh to be aoonstltutlonal disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J, Cheney A
Go,,Toledo,0.,ls Ut. only constitutional oureon
themarket. Ills taken Internally la doses from
lOdropstoateaspoonful, It aotsdtreetly onthe
bloodandmuooussurfaoes of tat system. They
offsronahuulf J dollars for any eats It tails U
cure. Send for olronlars aid UsUmoeitals. Ad
dmis, V. 3. UHKNET 'CO., Tt4do,.
ThJw Kail's TttUy rUlsfnifesasMyaHeii. .
PfMlJsnt J. W. Jh.on of tho Tatla Bus
ball Clob, announced the Bale' Friday of James
Hauler, a member of the pitching staff of tha
Paris Club ot the Muegrate Losgoo or two
seasons. Tho sale was tnado to Vancouver,
B. 0., Clob of the Njrthwostorn Legqf. $30Q
was the price.
Twonty Thousand Killed
A Belgrade dispatch to The Standard says
that In the throe days' fighting at Monastlr
the losses numbered 20,000 of which 15,000
The war spoils woro enormous and estim
ated at $10,000,000. They included 100,000
rlflds, eighty two wagons and sixteen hoavy
On next Tuesday morning, November 2Gih,
at St. Mary's Cathedral In Covington, Uiss
Adelaide Helen Reaome ot Covington will bo
come the bride of Louis J. Cuanhgham of Cif
cinnatl. Tho bride Is tho daughtor of the late
l & 0. Cillector, Charles Roaume.
Dr. Luther B. Holmes of Wilmore, Ky and
Uiss Lurllne S. Wilson of Lexington were
married thls'raorolrg at 9 o'clock at the homo
of and by Rev. M. S. Clark. Miss Wilson Is a
sister of Mrs. M. F. Clark.
The happy couple will resido at Wilmore
after a short wedding trip.
The gaga marks 8.3 and falling.
Following re this morning's quoUtlon son
oountryproduoe .telephoned t 9 o'olooV by E.L
Manoh-iter,MoKerof the Keystone Oommsr
Irri.loiioff. Deraossn.. -.98o
IUbblti, pcrdoion I-S
MATSTILLB Ilirilt, HABKIT.
nnlnll.kil&dllirht. 8 nl I I5
UolTeSi V tt...
JloUtiei.neworop, V gl
MoUnes, old crop, V8l
Sorghuui.Unoy ne, V 8l 40
Sugar.yellow, V " 6'
Sugr,eitr,0., V B 8 T
Sugar,A.,V B ' -
Sugar, granulated, y B) 7 O ..
Sugar, powdered, V tt
Sugar, New Orleaus, V B). -
Teas.V 8 -0
Apples, dried, V B
liacon, breakfast, V tt-"'
Ilacon, clear sides, V &-
Ilacon.IUms, V C
Huooii, .liouldur., If lb...
Plour, Jefferson, V bbl.
Plour, Alpha, V bbl -. 75
Flour, Graham, V ok 40
Uoalny V'- ................ 0
Uoney, V a - " li
M.al.V peok - s
Potatoes, ) puck
Young Chickens, V "
Uananaa, V dosenS.. -
Lemons, Vdoien. 0
Limns, Vdosen 2
Pineapples, oan, s load S
California Orngt ..................... W
CilllCIMllATl,NuV 19, IBlt.
Shippers 18 6U3I7 7
Uutoher Steers, extra W 8ct7 Si
Ooodtooboloe fS adj
Common to fair 14 Willi SO
Heifers, axtra IS 3&fS W
Good tocboloe t0( 00
Common to fair 7fU 40
Oowi, extra ...i 60U 7
Qoodto oboloe 14 7iU 49
Common to fair S3 0t4 U
C'anners W 3JH 00
Bulls, bologna II CO&I5 40
Bitra M lot 60
Fat buiii m ooaas W
Bxtra W 7610 00
Fair to good -17 SX&W SO
Common and large (4 (0!9 2S
Heavy bogs 17 MI7 ts
Paokers and butohsrs 17 02t7 CO
Mixed packers 17 35S7 SO
Stags 14 2K&18 60
Heavy fat sows 16 2&t8 "t
Kxtra - ISt5l....
LIghtshlppsrs Sfi t5S7 10
Pigs, 110 pounds andUu.U tbOti 76
Iitra IS e&au 76.
Good to choice H J4&1I (A
Ooamoatofalr. II 36N IS
Ixtra M 76!....
Qoodto oholoe 10 M16 CO
Common to fair 14 &0SS 16
Tearllngs N 60ll
No. Srad.... 68,31 14
No.lred.. Jt Oi)
Mp.ired 80(9 M
tfo.lwhtte I II l 82
No.Syellow ......, 61 9 8
No. Jmlisd...... 00 9 81
No. I white ..............l 18 JH
No. I mlxed.M . HK94
Mo 1 tlmoUy.... ...117 00st4l7 SO
Xo.l timothy ...............118 00B M
No. I ttaothyMm,MmM.HS 09111 M
No. I elotir..,.lt8 &eW7 rt
WAeimt mlr4.Ml Msja m
. M.tessr4a4tU4('n4S( 9M (9
Ii Is astonishing how fast
money will pile up when it is
set to working,
One dollar at 8 compound
interest will moro than dou
ble iteolf in twouty-flve years.
We Compute Interest on
Savings deposits every six
Then we add that interest
to your original deposit and
at the end ot another six
months, wo figure interest on
tho total. This interest is
again added and so on.
Can you see how rapidly
your money will grow?
Start a deposit note and
mako your money earn more
money for you.
The interest goeii right
along, day after day, year
3& Compounded Semi-annually,
Paid on Deposits,
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO,
This morning County Clerk J. J. Oxens had
Issued 537 hunter' license
George Gilbert, aged 23, and Sarah Ward,
aged 19, of the West End w re married last
BIBLE FOR BAPTISTS
New Version, Just
PiitLADELiiiiiA, Pa., The Rev, Philip L.
Jones, EJitor of the American Baplist Publi
cation Society, whose headquarters are in this
city, Is said to be tho man reepoctible for s
new version of the bible, some of the readings
in which aro startling In their difTerenco from
thosa of the old vorsloc?.
The new version has just been put on sale
hero and Is being looked upon as a Dtptlst
Uible for the IhpllUs only. The version is tbo
work of Paptist scholars, who have spent
thirty yoars at the hbor and who declare the
ranslatloos are uncompromising, faithful to
the original and to tho teachings of the
Ono of the etrikiog chipges In the text Is
found In the New Ttstlment, whero the con
version of the Savior is described the word
"immerse" being used instead of "bspt'z."
All 4he archaic forms of the King Jimes ver
sion and the revised versions are eliminated
and hundreds of new words are used, which, It
Is explained, are the actual translations of the
r htadtngi of "Help
ll'attffii," "XoT" onj "Tbuiut," and nt tJKetdlng
three lines in length, are FilKJi It alt.
B9"Xo nnaliteaa AdTrrllaeaarata lnerld
1 annctrt alt l due the firtt time, we turtle
ntuny repetition at tar nettttaryto tetwt what yu
"ti m Km or. We with atverUtert to eel that they
re not trnpeeing on at ly mitng our re eolumnt.
BtWAiittrtUert My re furniih topy, uhteh min
let at th cJUt or tent bg moil.
MM TVML10 LHD9BS.
IT: It JStt Third Street.
Aih trtltementt under thlt heajinc.net oxettMnt
f.ve line 1, JS eentt eaeh InierHon, orM eeitli uteh
WANTKO-I'LAOK TO WOItK-On Sstur
iliys ami hflfr icliool. ROKKRT WOM
1ILE. 139 WfStSfConil ureal.
ANTED To rent three unfurnished rooais.
Apply at thliofllce.
WANTED Men and wriaun to tell our Christ
uat Koods; attke tplenilUI gifts for uen,
wimen, children, bell on sUlit. Larze protlts,
ExperleLoiunnccriiary. Weiaovr you how. Ad.
ilreit Quaker Knit, 1,001) Chettuut tt , Phil... Ia.
WANTED A money maker. Uuaranteed
Hosiery to wearer. Our proposition teat
nil olhrrs SlO per day. Write immediately.
QUAKER Clt'T MILLS, II louth Sixteenth
street, I'alltdelpbla. I'a. noTlt 101
WANTED-Whltt or aolored girl to do ganeral
boue work. Apply toIJox 71, MaytTllle,
Ky . R. P. No. I.
WANTED 8ICOND-HARD OLOTHINO
Vor both men and women; o?ercoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, etc.
Alio will buy comfotti. blankets and sheets
Y1U call at homes. J. U. SUADl'ORDMI East
Front street. 'Phone Ub. anl ly
aMIK J. T. UACKET TRANSFER COUPANT
will moTe anything any time any place,
Oflloe George W. Chllds cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, MayiTllle, Ky. 'fnon 1S. Jet ly
jtiverilitmentt wtaer IhU hemttnt.net exeettttni
Svs Hues, It tentl each interUon, or It tonlt a uitM
FOR SALE-COAL HEATER-Goctl as new.
Call at fnnTi anil Traders Hank. nov20if
IjtOR RENT Flat of Ihree rooms Id Casto
: street iiul ilmu In Market street. Apply to
MRS. D. KIT.GKItALl).
JLtvtrtUtmtntt under thlt heaiStm. not treetiini
teot lint. It eentt A mcriti, or it tenti a uirt
TilOU SALR-Flne Waluut Hook Case aad See
X? rrlary combined, Ued Room Eet, Wardrobe
and to yards of, fine Ilrusie Is Carpet, Apply at
Judrfe Wall's retldencs. noTltf lw
Jiutrtlttmtnti vnitr tht ktaiint tntorUi frti
vt mdvortitort mill furnilh th ttpy.
LOST nELT IMN lletneen St. Patrick's
Church and Wall street Sunday, Please
return to 30 Market street.
LOST-KKAMELXD GOLD 11AR l'IN-ll-teeo
corner Fourth and Market and A. C.
Kpahr'a residence. Please return to Dr. J M.
FRAZRF. . toTlilw
T OST-LONO CHAIN AND HEART-TTsdnti-J-
day night, between the Gai Theater and
Cummins' tioa'tr. Finder please ratarn to this
oflloe or to Ulii IllKNE ENNI9, Third street.
T O6T-00LD HROOCH-Sft with pesrls and
i-i opal cBir, between ariar-e street aaa nnai.
tea Tsra. Xevard If rsluraed u lit Krldgci
Penalty For False sponsion Claim
FADUCAti, KY,, November J9ih. One year
Id Jail waa tfat sentence Imposed on Georgt
Nunnelly, aged CO, by Judge Walter Evans in
tha Federal Court, fur making out a false
Eight Trainmon Killed ,
Norlina, N. C, November 10th. Eight
trainmen were killed and tbreo seriomly In
jured at 4 o'clock this morning when two Sea
board passenger trains, running at high speed,
crashed head-on seven miles North of hers.
No passengers were iojared.
Game Wardon Makos Bin Haul
Gamp Warden Scott and eight deputies, ac
companied by Sheriff Abbott, made wholesale
raids on fishermen along Green river, neir
Hendcrson.and confiscated 176 Dots valued at $5
each, Ihi ofllcUls claim the owners were
operating la violation of the Kentucky fish
and game laws.
If It's ROOKWOOD
It's Good COFFEE
Thm's several trades, but oe sure It's RooWwood
30c to 40c Per Pound
One pound pekii.
One pound cans. All
The E. R. Webster Co. S"u.
Tour psyilclsi cai treat saeeesafilly
all ordinary eye diseases. If ai
operat en ia necersary he will refer
yoa to a RHAL specialiat io eye sir
gory. When glasses are necessary
he will advise you to see the skilled
optician, eno who knows glasses frem
A to Z. He will toll yoa t go te
Simpson became he knows that the
man whs specializes is the eie to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
fteeoid Flaor First Natloaal Bat.
The heirs have had us reduce
the prico on the Otto house on
Limestone to a fiuro that
any on who wants a h'ome or
wants to make an investment
should not hesitate to take
hold. We will sell you this
house lor less than ono like
it can be buiit and mako
you a present of the lot.
NOW IS THE TIME JO BUY
Wc have over 230 satificd
customers who arc 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 hayc a large and
complete line of high-clas
Come and let m show
Funeral Directors and Em
balmcrs. Furnitur Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
KTJh aniuering aJvtrtUtmenti appearing ',, th
tolumnt 0 thil naper, oruhttouyirf ooli fro
mtrthant vhoit adverttiemenlajr.ri in thiipti
ep Ttaitrt art ttpetlally rtf vetted la ttalt that M
HU th o.dftimnml in Til Fiiue Uatf.b
fhUitUteatl you nolhlnt.etnd It wdl t trattjuii
Ofprteiattd ty yt IA o4vrt(rr uu th. X'JUt
Goods that you will want.
Lovely Ribbons, Art Tickings, Laces, Linens, Towel,
LARGEST STOCK OF NECKWEAR. GLOVES, "'
HOSIERY, NOVELTIES, &c,
Special bargains in Dress
Get the habit; try Hocflich's first. "
December.Fashions are here.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, mAllU
KB-AU iualt-r tor pubUraUsat Banal
handed lu before 0 o'clock aw ma.
mill 1 111 11 1 1 nia MHia. i
W. A. Wood & Bro.
li . aw Market Wrest
Fhoae 3, MATSTILLK, KT.
(Ia luilim M Taars.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Lard ., 12c
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We hay our star roon aaa ilaufhlsrlag
house In the best sanitary oauailloa or an; In
the city and we lnrlte local, state or gOTerament
Inipectloa. We buy the best stock -a tee mar
ket aaa sell at the laneit 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. PEXRCE, E. T. KIRK, H. C. SHARP,
ProaldenU Vice President, Cashier.
Daylight Window Displays
It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win
dow displays ajre under the puro white rays of
like a beautiful picture.
We Are Better Prepared
Than everthU fU to satisfy our cuitomen. Yean
aco ire adopted the method ot fair dealing and no
find it pays, (or today our old austomsrs hara per
(eat confident- in ui. We sell the kind of goods
that inspires conidenet and we guarantee satisfac
tion. We have the nattiest line of
Erer seld in Maystille. JL11 the t,en ihadet and
atylea are here. :;;::::
Our Line of Shoes is Complete
11 you want a good pair of ahoei come here (or
tbem, Every pair guaranteed. : : : ,
New Fresh Furnishing Goods, New hats, Cups, Trunks
nnd Bugs. A Splendid Line of Winter
Underwear and Sweaters
NoHhwti Cor. Marktt
Goods, Wools and' Silks.
Will Save ou From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., Maysville. Ky.
HAVE YOU EVEU
STORES ARE THE
HADE T1J KM DIG.
POWER & DAULTOf.
properly illuminated is
We can make yours at--v.
and taomi Stmt.
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