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Isn't it a pleasure as well
ic n liloccinor tliprn Is nne
clothing store in Maysville
where you can senu a cnua wiin
thoutmost confidence of geti ing
kind, honest nnd good attention
ns well as when you come your
soil? Ever day finds our trade
growing just because ol this
very fact. Overcoats and new
Winter Suits, all-wool, fast col
ors, at $10, is one ol the many
things for men we give. Ro
member. Trunks are being spe
cially priced for a lew days.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers.
ha r a villi:, xy.
Noted Mason County Mur
derer of Three Men
Get 0. K. Tag From
Thlrty In All Paroled By Prison
At Frankfort thla week the Uoa'd of Pr.soD
Commission granted thirty parole. Io almost
' bvory case, tho report eaid, the parole wai
recommended by tbe trial judgo or proiecutiog
attorney, one or both, as well as other citizens
Amonj; tho convicta paroled waa Amos
RlgRB, 04, of Mason conuty, who eervtd lead
than 14 years of a twontj-one year sentence,
Toe crimo for which RiRj was convicted
and sentenced by a Jury la tho Mason
Circuit Court on December 17t1, 1898, Special
Judge L. W. Robertson rreaiding for JuJge
Ilarbeson, wua the murder of William Boyd,
Rigga hiding 'in a sinkhole on the farm of
Howard Farrow at Ut. Gilead, and killing
Boyd and hid son, Manuel Boyd, with a shot
, gunloadod with slugs.
Deforo tho killing of the Boyda, Riggs shot
to death Ahab Black, aged SO, on tbe farm of
Alex Bramel near Mt. Gilead. This murder It
U said, was over a woman, Rigge, serving a
five-yoar sentence in the Pen. for the crlmo.
Bealdts the 21-year sentence for killing
Boyd, Sr , RIggs was indicted but never tried
for the murder of )oung Manual Boyd,
who married IMggi' daughter, and tho Mason
Circuit Court docket still records this untried
i case, which however tho Ijpie of years has
It Is reported that Uo of RIggs' eons are
also now in tbe Pen., having been sent up
from Fayette county for stealing. However,
It Is also known that several of Rigga' other
children are honest and well-to-do.
I The murder of tbe two Boyda, following so
soon Rlggs' roturn f ox the Pen. for tbe
', Vi'ljofj of Abuli lilac!;, inflamed the public
r mitd and bis first trial resulted in a sontence
of death, but tbe Court of Appeals granted a
Dew trial on error in tbe lower court, and this
l fact, with able counsel, let him doarn with a
21.yearsentonca for"voluntary manslaughter."
Tho evidence given In Rigge' last trial
brought out the fact that Howard Farro bad
warned tbe Boyda not to trespass on bis land,
and as Rigga lived on tho Farrow farm, alto,
it raema tlut Farrow bad (old Rigga to keep
tbe Boyda from going over b!a laud, and Rig8,
being a dutiful tenant, waylaid nod shot both
men to death.
It Is sincerely hoped for the public welfare,
that Colonel A. ftlgga, hon bo returns to bis
natlvo health will not again go c-guonlng.
Tbe officer who arretted Amos Rigga for the
double murder was Captain V. B. Dawaou, who
.traced Amos to Ohio and after many legal
difficulties lodge! him la the Mason County
Conatable Dawson la now confioed to hid
, borne in tho Sixth Ward, quite feeble In body,
but right In mental vigor.
This wontber; you cannot beat it.
c.r,..,MADE JN NEVNV0RK GlTV
almost instantly touch the spot of the ex
acting expectations of the -"young men.
They are not the cheapest,
nor the dearest, but the
clothing" best worth its price.
D, HECHINGER & CO., ,
, ODDFELLOWS HALL,
Mr. Isaao MaBon, aged 22, and Miss Tesslo
Gllkorson, aged ID, were married yesterday at
the borne of the bride In Cottagevllle, Lewis
The West Virginia strike eituation
The county teachers money is being
sent out from Frankfort,
Willie Hoppio retained billiard
championship at New York.
The 1'riaon Commission paroled
nineteen more convicts yesterday,
The death ol Senator Isador llayner
of Maryland is expected at any hour.
Mrs. Emma Kraft of Cincinnati,
was the woman murdered for her
money in a Chicago Hotel,
A nation-wide war has began ftt
Washington on quack doctors and
Walter Rich, 17 year old boy was
arrested as an accomplice in causing
tho wreck near Paris of passenger
train resulting in the death ot En
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
Women suffering from any form of fe
male ills are invited to communicate
promptly with the woman's private corre
spondence department of tho Lydia E.
Pinkham'Medicino Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, read and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thu9 has
been established a confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years and which ha3 never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of tho writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it is moro
than possiblo that they possess tho very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return except your good
will, and their udvicc has helped thou
sands. Surely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought to liovo
Lydia E. Plnklmm's 80-pago
Text Book. It is not a book for
general distribution, as it is too
expensive It is free nnd only
obtainable by mall. "Writo for
Change of Time
C. & 0. Railway
November 24, 1912.
C. A 0. will change tlmo of trains Sunday. No.
vumber iltti, to tin following schedulu, and all
tbrouzh trains will arrive at and detiart from the
Central Union Depot, Cincinnati:
Ko. 8 9:50 a. in Hlnton Accommodation:
d.vlly; Sundays to Huntington only.
M, z i mii p. Hi. if. r, v. iiitmiea; u.my.
No. 106:20 it. m, Iluutluiitoii A coo nun od a
tlou; dally excapt Sunday.
jio. o -s:n p. m. irrfiuia i.ipress; naiiy,
No. 18 S:50 u, in. Mavsvillu Accommodation:
dally except Sumlny.
fio. iu:3U p. in. u.tv u, ijimueu; uiny.
Ho. 19 5:10 . rn. Accommodation: dally ex
no. D o:a a. in. uinoinaaii r.xpreii; uauy,
No. 1B:H a. m. 0. A O. Limited. Ouloaeo
Nj. 17-P:J1 a. in Lical Express; dally ex
no-j i;i3 p. m. r. r. T. ivimurn; aauy.
Leavei Cluclnuall Union Djpot Kr Chicago at
1U.3U p. in,; arrlvei Cti oago at 7:3.1 a. in.
No. 7 3:61pm. Loo Kxpreia; dally,
W. W. WIKOFF, Agent.
DON'T DE AN OLD MAN HUSBAND
BECAUSE OF GREY HAIR
Don't look sixty when your wife looks on
ly twenty. Don't be the object of commeni
among your friends and neighbors. Don't
be that grey-hnircd pmsd looking fellow
who's too old looking for this nnd tor that,
There's no excuse for it, duty to your'
self and particularly your own desire tc
BE YOUNG look young, to do the ac
tive energetic things and keep up with the
YOUNGER GENERATION should
convince you that you ought to GET RID
of those "GREY HAIRS "-ought to
keep them out.
Nature never Intended they should be in
a young head. Help her along. USE
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
$1,00 and 50c at Druit Stores or direct upon re
ceipt ol price and dealer! name. Send 10c lor
trial bottle. Phllo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N J.
;'ur Nnlti Mini HrroiniiK-iHleU by
T. J. CliPiiOTfrlli.
Mrs. George Stewart so'd TO turkeys to
William Bell for $124, balog one of tbe largeat
checks going to an individual bo far tbls
season in Nicholas county.
Ashland To Bo Wet
"That at tbe local option election helJ in
Ashland, Ky., on May 2J, 1912, there was cast
1,043 legal rotes in favor of the sale of spirit
ucus and malt liquors in the city of Ashland,
and SG legal votes against the sale of such
Thus it will bj seen that tbe case Is finally
decided In fjvor of the 'wets' and Atbhnd is
now to have licensed bbIjoos, said Juige Hal
bert, who decided the contest.
The gage marks 7.1 and falling.
following are thU morning's quotation! ou
Manoheiter,Man(?erot the Kejitone Oommer
Butter .......-.. 18 s
Heni.tf 16 -
3prln(!eri,lM ftsencti Wi
Hibblls, per dozen "-50
MimVlLLK HBTAIL ItAREET.
Coaloll.uc&dlljtl.t, Vcl 16
Golden Syrup, jl Rftl 35
Molae,uewcrop, V Kl- M
Molaiixt, old crop, V K-
Sorghum, fanoy new, tf gnl..
Sugar, yellow, y lb fl...
SuRar.extra.C, V V fl5
Sugar, A.,V tt. 7
Sugar, granulattd, Ip B 7
Sugar, powdered, y 16- 10 ...
Sugar, New Orleans, y lb.
Teas.tl B 30
rroitiiont ctnit Uounuy lYoduce.
Apples, dried, $ lb
Uacon.broakfait, V lb JO
Hacon, clear nldes, V ,B
llacon.Ilaini.f U 17
Uacou, hiiuldor, 1 lb lu
nutter, WB 30
Ksgs.y Joz . SO
Klour, JelTurton, V bbl O.lXl O
I'lour, Alpha, J Cbl 5 75
Perfection 5 50 ...
Klour, Graham, tf suck 0
Hoiuluy ygal SO
ltoncy.T? lb 15
Lard.tJ lb 13
Meal.V peotc . 30
Potatoes, f) peck 2A
Young Chickens, ? lb 18
llananai, y dozen 15
Lemons, y dozen 40
Limes, V dozen 0
Pineapples, can, s lsed "0
Ca.lforula Oranges 30
CINCINNATI MAK KKTd.
C1I.CINKATI,N0V SO, WIS.
Shippers til 507 7h
Extra . . . .
Uutoherbteers, extra CO 8j(7 35
Qood toobolco tU 35j 75
Common to fulr It 79tt) 0-J
Heifers, extra tii ibiiti bO
Qood tocboloe (5 tb(6 W
Common to fair 13 76to 40
Cows, extra 3 5U5 ;5
Good to oholca ti 7M315 40
Common to fair. (3 6i(4 05
Canners IS 35f I 00
Ilulls, bologna i i6t5 10
Extra 15 155 50
Fat bulls 5 lW2t5 50
Extra ID 7510 00
Pair to good 17 ft0 50
Common and large 11 (0S0 35
Heavy bogs. 17 CO7 63
Packers and butohers 17 0t7 00
Mixed packers 17 3I7 50
Stags l 25t0 60
Heavy tat sows 15 25t0 75
Extra fd (!....
Llghtshlppers f 85I7 10
Pigs, UO pounds Andless.f4 ibt&ii 75
Extra 13 6513 75
Qood to oholce 13 5t3 65
Common to fair v....fl 3513 15
Extra ,..!8 75!....
Qood to cholco 16 35I6 CO
Common to fair (4 &O3?0 15
Yearlings 13 tOll tt
No. J red 0831 01
No. I red Btfll 01
No. 4 red t0& OS
NoTs white I 61 Ql ea
No. 3 yellow 61 63
No, S mixed 60 g 61
No. 3 white I 36 036M
No, 3 mixed 3JM9JI
Ko 1 timothy. 117 00I17 50
No,3tlmothy ,....m.......II5''O0S$I5 (0
No. 3 tlaothyH,.HH,.'.;(M 69fll 00
No, I olovir....-i.,,l6 0A1I7 (JO
Mo.l olovsr mle4,MM.u.ll4'eftl" 10
Me, I ivlarsr mlx4..M'.Hi M'(0
1 C$5tKl (t ffw " fflBilffM
. MONEY WORK
FOR YOU 1
It is netonishing how fast
money will pile up when it is
Bet to working,
Ono dollar at 3 compound
Interest will moro thnn dou
ble iteolf in twenty-Hvo years.
' ,Vo Oomputo Interest on
Savings deposits every six
Then we add thnt interest
to your original deposit nnd
at tho end ol another six
months, wo figure interest on
tho total, This interest is
again added nnd so on.
Can you eco how rapidly
your money will grow?
Start a deposit note nnd
make your cioney cam more
The interest goon right
along, day after day, year
3& Compounded Semi-annually,
Pit id ou Deposits.
UNION TRUST& SAVINGS CO,
Our colored giiizttn.
William Dudloy, tho fivM year old son of Mr.
and i!m, Dlaloe Humphtoyp, died Wednesday
morning at tbe home if hi? Rrandparentti, Mr.
and Urs. Neal Humphreys, corner Wood and
El zitieth streete, after a short illness of
MY VISITING rUCE
Of all the places on this eartb,
No matter where I roam
Thore'd none so rare, as. cao compare
With Maysville my Becond borne;
One street car lli.e tbe city boaetp,
One Market strret no fair,
The Ohio flos by this peaceful place,
And my little girl lives there.
I r axel's
two Pounds for 25c.
J. I U Ky UU I i) O the l.rndlnnt of 'He's
, JITitifril," ".Vifi'ilon
U'nnteil," "Lout" iiinf ' i'oiinJ," m.il not tiectMnn
'lute line in Imptft .are UEK lu oil.
Otf'A'n Ilimiuru .ldtortlrtariita lincrtoi!
If n-iiurrj fall to tome the flrit tlm(,ce tnttte m
mnnv repetlttoni at are necttsnryto licure nfuit you
'tit i Use for. H' wlihaJieitUrri to feci Ihatthei
re not tmjoilng on ut by utlngourficc column.
tWstihertiiert uvuT furntih, copy.tclttch ea" It
left at tht office or tent ly malt.
TUB 1'VB LIC LSDOKtt,
Jfo. 10 Kait Third SttetU
AdxtrtUementi under (Ail heading, not exeeedlni
lvt llnei, 10 cenlt each iiiirrtton, or SO cenlt a uet
WrANTKD-l'LAOI' TO WOUK-On Satur
Y dtys utd afitr iclnol. UOIIKKT WOM
I1I.E. 139 WestSfComl strii'l.
ANTFI) T runt three unfurnished rooms.
Apply at ihl olllce.
WANTED Men nnd jonicn tn sell our Christ
unit nocd ; niiliu ipiciulld Ifis for men,
utinen, rhlldren. bell on si, lit. Larce prollls,
i:ierleiic unutcssarv. Weshowyou hfuv. Ad.
diets Qual.LT Knit. S.tiOO Clifsuuit tt.. l'hlH.v Pa,
rAN'l'i:!) A money maker. Guaranteed
IIoilfr to wearer. Our proposition beat
II otlicn Sin hit div. Writs Immediately.
JUAKElt CUV MIl.l.s, 31 South bi..entli
treel. Philadelphia, Vt. iioylt 10t
WANTED lilta or aolored girl to do general
hou o work. Apply to Hox 71. Maysville.
Ky . K. D. No. .
WANTED SECOND-HAND OLUTIIINQ
Kor both men and women; overcoats,
ladles' cloaks, underwear, white underskirts, uto.
Also will buy comfotta, blankets and sheets
Will call at homes. J. II. UltADl'ORD. 43 East
Kront sireet. 'Phone 445. anl ly
MIIIE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
X will move anjiblni! any time any place.
OlllooGeoro V. Cbllds cigar stand, 4 West Sec
ond street, MajsTllle, Ky. 'I'lioue 146. Jc ly
Advertlienentt iitioer lh(t heading, not efceexitni
ti linei, 10 eentt each i'nertlon, or so cenlt a week
OR SALE-COAL HKATER-Gocd as now.
Call at Farmers ami Trader Hank. nov:0i(
1710 It RENT Klat of tbreo rooms In Casto
. strict Hiid simp In Market street. Apply to
MRS. I) KITZGhRALU. noviQKt
Aivertiiementt under thit headmg.not exeeedint
Hvt Uit, 10 cent! eath inirrlwti, cr to cent) a week
IilOlt 3ALE-TIIREKVI5AU-OLU IIOR8E
.' Cli'np; must tin sold at one. Apply to
J. II. OAHl'KNTEU, L. X N. clllue. nojl lw
TjIQR BALK Fine Waluut Hook Case and S(c-i-
r.lurj uomblueJ, Hid Rucm bet, Wardrobe
and ft) yards of flnu HrussrU Cirpet. Applat
Jvde Wall's rcsldncj. uoviu lw
Aivtrtitemenli under Mil funding inisriict frti
tut adiertlteri mutt furndh the copy.
LOST-ULAClf SILK SOARF-lletnoen Mays.
Villa an! Waslilncton on Lclnglon rord.
Rolnrn to V. R. MALT1IY, Washington, Ky.
LOST-HELT PIN Iletwten St. Patrick's
C'lmrcli and Wall street Sundny, Plfase
rlurn to 3X1 Market street.
LOST-F.NAMELED COLD HA 11 PIN-Ho-twesnoorner
Fourth and Market and A. 0.
Hpahr's residence. Pkasa leturn to Dr. J. M.
FUA7.E1C. ,j noYlSlw
LObT-LONQOIIAlV AND HEART We Jne.
day night. 'Iiflnrnn the Gni Tlieatrr atad
Oummlus' Krocwrr. Flndsr eleas return to tbls
offloe or to,MlM JUENE EN.SI3, Third streat. ,
" " uovl&lY
T 03T-QOLD HROOCH-flt with paarls nd
J-l opal oio W, between llr'dgs street and Uoui
ton arsBM, rVmtrsI If tejuncd to Il Btlde
pAlrttoDAY AND tOMORKOW;
OOOLEU. " " '"
Tb'evin Lloyd" farm will bo sold next Sat
urday by the heirs. This Is a splendid farm
aod a desirable old homestead which baa been
io possession of tbe Lloyds since 1832.
There Is mire Catarrh In tbls section of the
oouutry than all othor diseases put together, and
until the last few years was supposed to be lnour
able. Vora great many years doctors pronouncsd
It a local disease and prescribed local remedial,
and by constantly falling to oure with local treat,
ment, pronounced tt Incurable. Science has
provea catarrh to be a constitutional disease and
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co. .Toledo, O. , Is tho only constitutional oure on
the market. It is taken Internally In doses from
tOdropstoateaspoonfnl, It acts directly on the
bloodand mucoussurfacet of the system. They
offoroneh in 1m l dollars for any case It falls to
euro, Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
dross, P. J. CIIF.NET CO., ToJsdo.O.
Sol4 by Druggists, 7tt.
Take Hall's Family Plllsforoonstlpatlon.
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's several grades but be suie It's Rook wood
30c to 40c Per Pound
Ono pound packages. One pound cans. All
The E. R. Webster Co. &""..
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye diseases. If an
opernt on la necessary be will refer
you to a REAL specialist in eyo sur
gery. When glasses aro necessary
be will advise you to see tbe skilled
optlcitn, ono who knows classes from
A to Z. He will tell you to ro to
Simpson become he knows that the
man who tpecializea is the one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
.Second Floor First Nntlonal Hank.
Tho heirs have had us reduce
the price ou the Otto house on
Limestone to n figure thnt
any ono who tvants n home or
wants to make an investment,
eliould not hesitate to take
hold. We will sell you this
house for less than ono like
it can he buiit and make
you a present of the lot.
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
& KNOX, .
Funeral Directors and Em
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phone 250
Wih antwertng adverltitmenti appearing', tht
column! of thl paper, or uhew buytn' ooJi from e
merchant uthott advtrtltemcnt apr,ri in thit point
our rtadtrt pre aixclaSly requeued to Hal that U)tf
mi in aaicriucMtnt in Tim runuo Lxihiui
7ifj ullteait you nothing, and it wilt lo oruttfulh
appreciated ly bith tke.aditrttter and tot XdlUr.
For Christmas j
vjuuus mat you will want.
iJuy early. . ,H
Lovely Ribbons, Art Tickings, Laces, Linens, TowclA?
ings, tfce. ' " - v :,
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
DHRPDT I HftRCIItPtt 211 and 213
UUULIv I lU u3A
flUTAII nintlrr tor pnbllcMtlon muai b
rtamtfHl lu before 0 o'clock n. na.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No. 230 Mm ket Street
Phone 883, MAYSYILtE, KY.
(In Business 30 Years.)
From Now to January Is?, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have cur stoto room and slauRblsrlne
house In the best sanitary condition ol any In
the city nnd we Invite local, state or government
Inspection. We buy the best stock oa tha mar
ket and sell nt the lowest prions.
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.
J he State iatmmai Emk
CHAS. O. PEARCE, E. T. KIRK, H. C. SHARP,
Daylight Window Displays
It is wondertul how beautiful and attractire win
dow displays aro under the puro white rays of
A well-dressed window
like a beautiful picture.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
Names of Famous Makers
Suits 0 Overcoats
You will find tho names of the makers on ALL of our
goods; names you know; names that arc respected tlje world
over. This is the store that handles only recognized standard
lines that have won and held public confidence. Every Suit
we sell, whether $30 or $10, is backed ly tho maker's guar
antee and our own. Test the roliahility of this store. Learn
why it is deserving ol your patronage by getting one of these
Suits or Overcoats or a pair ol our Shoes. Just try them once
and we will have you as our regular customer always. See
our uew Hue of Underwear, Shirts, Sweaters, Caps, Hats and
NartlttigjE Cor. Market
Will Save !fou From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., Maysville, Ky.
HAVE YOU EVER
MADE THEM UIG.
POWER & DAULTON
JPtLNW e9 0 i
properly illuminated is
We can make yours at- - .jjgjjll "'""
The Goiul .,.
ayd St qond StrMlt