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-As a rula know moro about
values than men, oven if its
in Mon's Clothing. Wo aro
always plcaned to huvo tho
.women (oiks came in and seo
our Now Clothing (or Men and
Boys. You will bo plowed
in quality, itylo, price and fit,
Tho only clothing Btoro in
Maysvillo that don't have to
keep open on Sundays to do
enough bus'tiosa to make a
living. There is a reason. I
guess wo know and ihose who
buy from us.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
Th9 dry weather of this month h rnatly
Interfered with preparing tobacci for markt.
The snow yostarday helped to relieve the ex
trcme drooth on forms.
Tho Item In Saturday's LEDGER clipped from
the Oxford Horald, which rlmmod thura nre no
Bibles In automobiles, was slightly off la Its
sweeping assertion 1 olonel Thomas U. Has
suell's auto has had a Dlble In Its rack tor the
past two years. Thomas doesn'c Know who
put it there, bat it; there all thu name and thr
Oxford (Oh'o) llerald, will plee filo amend.d
artkha to its assertion.
Union Thanksgiving Servicos
Next Tbursdsyjmorninj at 11 o'clock there
will be Union Thanksgiving servicer at the
Episcopil Church of the Nativity, Iter. Roger
L. Clark, Pastor of the Christian Church, do
llmiog the sermon with text appropriate to
The,re will be special music by tie choir,
which has, been greatly augtnonted and strength
ened during tho recent weeks.
WHISKEY AND PISTCLS
Mixed With Bad Men and Wonun
OWINOSHM.U, Ky.. Novemb 24.... B n
Heed and John Sundy, well k .uu u u in
went to a meeting at Uaid Eul.ntr mi -Narth
of this town last nignt. Sundy too a
pistol from his pocket and b-ii Km-i ask
' '-i what it was said, "l'n ii.i u 1
-J," and pointing the pistol i It -ii 'llccturn-n
it, the ball stnkirg Reel in the mrx. It'rd ih
said to bo fatally nouu'to. H- ( r Ijx-i
The yaung mso wth n K 1. here is
said to bo woman ip ih- 01-
" H, LEAVE MAY5VILLE
Roger L. Clark of the Chris
tian Church to Seek An
Rer. Roger L. Clark, Pastor of ib h)i--villo
Christian Church, is to leive hi.- charge
here 00 Jasuiry 1st, 1913, and will urk rli
where la the Gorpel vineyard.
Rer. Clark has been four years with th Mays
villo Church) and while there is alwy more
or, less friction betweon tha I'ustor und cer
tain members of ull denominations, Mr. 1 Urk
nas had his share of criticism, though not to
sash a great extent as one coulJ imagine.
Daring his residence in Maysville both hi
and his wife have 'made scores of lasting
friendships, which will endure long iif'er tour
As a Pastor Rev. Clark has been patient,
progressive, conscientious and Godly. He
has done his chosen work well in Majvvillaand
will leave here with the sathtaction uf lnviug
worked sincerely for his Cbarch in tho faco of
a somewhat bitter, bat scattering opposition.
Mr. Clark will leave for another city next
Su, where he may receive a call for next
L A. F. Stabl, who is now, and baa been
!o past four years Pdstor of the Christian
,':b at Sleubtnsville, Ohio, will be here
Sunday morning nnd ovenloj aod will
Lh Rev. Clark's place at the Christian Church,
and It may be thit Rev. Stabl will succeed
The gago marks 7.0 and f ailing.
ib Lee sutk near Vlclcsburg,
...-lost aco me pacxoi may uo raiseu.
The Steel City carrlel 2,000 easel and 300
. 'barrehVof beer to PiUsbaruh lait trip.
' The Wenons, a sma'l packet, burned at
TV Memphis and opo life was lost. Tha Wenona
wis built for a ferryboat at Cincinnati In 1893
and bad the old Lillian's machinery.
Captain Keox, purser cf tho Ohio reports
the freight business along the rhorrs the best
'for ..many year). The Oalo has broken all
Mcofd tka past. year for contlououi running
Um& ki doaa a big bwlosw.
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FirarSnow of the Season
Tho first real "white sao" of tha isieon
began falling yesterday jaat before noon and
continued for Ave hoars. Nearly an Inah and
a half was ihi depth of the "Beautiful" and as
the ground was very dry it did cot melt as It
fell aod all out of doors was corered with a
winter manil.-. However, it grew warmer aod
began to melt loto rain toward night.
Shoot and Kill Deputy Shoriff Hart
of Clark County
Winchester, Ky., November 2ith. Deputy
Sheriff O'eorge M. Hart was shot and Blmost
instantly killed here tonight about G o'clock by
four unknown negroes, supposed to be Im
plicated In a shooting affray at Storm & Dil
lard's lumber camp, about eoven miles from
this city, where Jessie Wilson was hot by L.
L. Leach and an attempted burglary of tbo
cnmmls-arv at tho railroad omp of George
Brothers, about three miles from hero.
Congress convenes next Monday.
I S) SJj hi- 1 II
Briggs S. Cunningham, noted Cin
cinnati banker, died yesterday, aged
I . 1
A million-dollar power and electric
plant tuny be erected in Bell county
At Lexington Inst week 198,545
p junda of tubacco were sold at $11.82
Wall Street Journal estimates cotton
crop at 14,237,000 bales, including
Congressman Underwood's depart
urc (or Washington has been delayed
by au operation for carbuncle.
Mies Laura Clay may bo elected
President of the National Woman
iluffrugo l'arty at Philadelphia.
teel lompauics continue to report
heavy outers lor products, with no let
up in iifuuwnin fur eti'ul aimidil.
Gov. . L. Nurris of Montana, a na
tive o( Kentucky, is mentioned for
the post ol necietury ol ttie Interior.
Ruddle's Mills, in Uourbun county,
hud a $5,000 lire .Saturday. Four
dwfluugs uuU a otaule were burued.
Hvt American eulilieis Saturday
tvtre preseutid witb tlie cruss ol honor
fur "iltede ol gallantry in action" by
Prcsi tent lnt.
A Coiontr's Jury (minil tliut the
vit'tiui-ol Hi MirtinnvilleS'uniturium
tir came U their death by au una
tstveuth Day Adveutists see in the
downfall ut Turkey the approach ol
the end ol the world, basing their be
lie! on prophecies in the Bible.
Nine ol the twenty election officials
indicted by the New Orleans Grand
Jury for false certification ol returns
will be arraigaeu in court Tuesday.
Interstate Commerce Committee's
report shows steam railroads in the
United States earned $9,381,435 moro
tti July than in same month in 1911.
Celia Farley, tho Columbus, 0
statehouse stenographer, was ac
quitted ol the charge of slaying Alvin
h. Zollinger, an advertising solicitor.
Turkey, the paun ol European
powers, is agein tho bone of conten
tion and two million Boldiers of four
great Natious may clash over Constan
tinople at any hour.
Bilboa, 8pain, November 24th.
A terrible panic was caused this after
noon by tho cry ol ''lire" at a moving
picture show hero. About 50 children
and others were killed.
Washington, November 24th. 80,
U00 locomotive engineers on 52 East
ern railroads gain a partial victory in
their demand for mora wages under
tho award announced today by tho
Board ot Arbitration.
There ll mire Catarrh In this notion ot tht
country than kit other dlaeaiei put together, and
untllthetaitfevr years WAtiuppoiedtobelnour
able, Koragreat many years dootori pronounced
It alocaldlieaieand preiortbed local remedies,
and by oonatantly (ailing to oure witb local treat
ment, pronouooed It tnourable. Science baa
proven oat&rrh to be aoonatltutlonal dlieai and
Catarrh Care, manufactured by F. J, Ghent y A
Go.,Toledo,0., la the only constitutional oureon
tbr markat. It la taken Internally In doses from
lOdropitoateaipoonfut. Jt aott directly onlba
blood undrnocouimrfaoei of tbe ayatem. They
oCferone bun ire dollars tor any ce It falls to
car. Sand for olroulara and testimonials. Ad
dress, V. 3. CHENKY A 00. Tol4o,0.
Those who have acquired claim no secret
for it. Their success came through the sav
ing of money in a systematic way. It is
simply a case of not permitting waste to rob
them of tomorrow's wealth.
Resolve to save start today.
UNION TRUST &SAVINGS CO.,
U. S. COURT CONVENES AT
One of tho largest dockets that has
been called in a single term ot United
States Court in tho Eastern District of
Kentucky confronted tbe Federal au
thorities at London, when Judgo A.
M J. Cochran convened court there
this morning. District Attorney E.
P. Morrow and Assistant 8awyer havo
already prepared 118 indictments (or
presentation to tho Grand Jury. A
number ol new cases pending at Lon
don will bo added to this list. Trial
ol 58 cases on former indictments that
were continued will coojo up for hear
ing. Judge Cochran has arranged to
hold seasions, beginning at 8 o'clock
in tho morning, with noon recess and
adjournment at G r, m. Some of the
cases aro against mountaineers (or al
leged mnonshiniug and a lew for vio
lations of the gume laws relating to
the interstate shipment ot quail.
Judgo Cochran will instruct the
Grand Jury to pay particular attention
to the game law infractions.
following are tbU murning'i jUOUUon.uu
ManobeiWt,MoKerof tne hey.iuue Ooiumer
?iri.lo ill. uetdoien. ... .. -Co
turkey, - -
. .. 100
Old Roosters -..
aitsviLbft ntrAiL Miiii.
Coaloli.headllirbt. fl al &
(Lithe, tt 16 . ib
Golden oyrup, V "' ib 4U
Mulie,ueworuii, V "'
Mul..e,uluurui, V K'- -
s,orKbuiu,fuoy ". Jl gl
BUKar.jelluw, l B) W
auicar.eitrit.U., V " "K 7
bunr,A.,V B 1 -
&ur,xranuimtd, V id .. 1 tt
auar, powUdreu, V "- 'u
bugr, Mew onu, V a.
l'e..V - JU 46,,uu
tYvtwwHt ua mart -y nuttuct.
Apple., aried, t n
Uouu,orekl.i, V B- - JU Ju
Ucou,oler.iUe., y lb 15 W n
BbOou.IUiu., p lb 17 & 20
Uouu,ahuulderit, f D ll' & b
lieani.VKal 60 "
Dutter.VIb 30 35
Kg,Vdot . . 3U 25
Klour, JelTertun, f bbl 6.U0 ib ...
KlourrAHpbti, f) bbl .-.... 5 75 ...
Perfeotlou 5 50
Klour, Graham, V'aok 10 ..
Uomloy ?gi 2'i -
liuuey, V lb - 15 20
Lard, V lb 12 15
Meal,? peok . 30 ...
PoUluet, V Peolc 33 ...
Young Ublckena, t lb 18 ...
Applei, labia 30 35
Usnanai, doien...... 15 20
Leinuu., $ doittn... 40 ..
lilme,V dozen AJ ...
Plueappiei,un, laud 20 ...
Ca.llorula Orange 30 -10
(Jincimjati, Not. 21, 1V13.
Ublppori IH bo7 7h
Bnra b.VttT 25
Uutonerateura, extra. ....(t) 8ot7 ib
GuoU lu otiuloo 10 &U,tt 75
Communio fair. U 7ato 00
Ueilera.eitra (0 ( 50
Qoodtouboloe t5 Dlt8 00
Counnou lo Xir. ...... t'i ?om,o 40
Cowa, extra to W&tS 75
Good to oboloa II 7i(5 40
Common to fair. IJ 5H 65
Uaonem ti 2i(l ou
Uulll, bologna ll At5 ')
Extra 5 15t6 50
Fat bulla 15 0U5 W
Extra 7610 SO
Fair to good 18 U10 (0
Common and large 14 50&IO 35
HeaTybogi 17 85I7 60
Packers and butobers 17 80&I7 90
Mixed paokert 17 6I7 BO
Stags II 2&3I8 75
HeaTyfatsowa 15 60I7 CO
Extra I. ...I....
Light shippers IT 25I7 40
Pigs, 110 pounds andleu.14 10I7 35
Extra 13 65ei3 75
Good to choice 13 25I3 65
Common lo fair , II !63 15
Kxtra 17 76I7 85
Good to oholoe II UU 60
Common to fair M 50IS 15
Taarllngs...,..., m. 13 50lt 35
Mo. S red ...........1 M3l 05
No,lrd... 9l(3l OS
No. 4 red t03 93
No.Swhlts .......I 61 91 62
No.Iysllorf M.....m SI 9
No, 3 mixed a..... 60 0 61
No, I whits ...w... ......... ....I 3SKftS7
No. 9 mUed....,m..,nM.a MH(3't
No.l timothy ..-17 GQ$tl? (0
No. Jtlm'othy ...,...,.II6 O0H5 to
No, I tlmgtbyn.M,...u.M..HS 00U 00
No.l oloTr,-........lt aecilT (in
H.IUTrmljl.IU IIIS M
Waiting tho Drop of tho Hat,: IS
London, England, November 24th. No
serious fighting Is reported on tbo Tchatalji
lines, where both sides appear to bo waltlog
the itsue o&the arm stlce In Turkey.
Mr. Arthur Harris, agid 24, and Miss Uary
Supp, need 22, both of Mnysvllle, were marrld
last Saturday In the County Clerk's offi:e,
Judife Rico officiatlnc
In the County Court on motion of the widow
of V. P KobrTrfon, It-was ordered that T. D.
Ruberson bo, and hewas appointed Administrator
of W P. Koberson, deceased, aod qualified as
nucb, with C. It. Roberson eurtty on bond.
John E. Oouldin was appointed guardian of
Uary Douldln and qialiOed as such, with R. T.
Ibuldin as surely on bonr1.
HAT5 HAIR HEALTH
5 Restores color to grey or
faded hair; Cleanses, cools
and invigorates the Scalp.
3 Removes Dandruff-there-by
giving the hair a chance
to grow in a healthy natural
way and stopping its falling
out. Keeps hair soft and
glossy. Is not a dye.
J 1.00 ind 50c at Drui Storea or direct
opon receipt of price and dealer', name.
Send 10c for trial bottle. l'hllo Hay
Specialties Co., Newark, N J., U. S. A.
KEEPS YOU LOOKING YOUNG
. U M' .! H. Ollllll. Ittl. . U
T. J. Clirnonrlli.
Vi Cltnvnn t -ililvertlitmmU uiirfi
J.1U W IIU.I yti thehradtngtefJltlj.
- 11'onrfil," "SUvntlom
Wanted," " Loll" and "lund," ami not txeerdtng
ihrce Unci in length, are MIRK to att.
nsrXo IliiKlnrka AitTertl.rniriita lu.rrtrd
a'liiceri ail to come the flnt time, ire ln ite at
siany repetition! at ate tteceuaryto tceure what vov
- 'lertlieor. We with adxertlieri toeel thattei
re not Imputing on ui by mlnp our re eotumm.
BRTAdierttteri must furnlih copy, uhtch ean tx
left at tht ojlce or tent op mail.
TJIS PUBLIC LXDOEK,
JVo. J SaU Third Stre't.
Adertliement$ under thii heading, not 'zeeedint
five llntt, 10 eenti each intertien, or to eentt a week
WANrED-llOY-At NKW YORK STORK.
WANTED-I'LAOK TO WORK-On Satur
dyt aud afler lohool. ltOllKRT WOM
11 LB. 139 Welt hecoiid airett.
WANTED Men and worsen to tell our Chrltt
mat uoodi; mike iplunuld gifts (or men,
women, children. Sell on ltii. Larire prorlls
ExperleDauunniceiiHry. Weihow jouliow. Ad
dre Quaker Knit. 1.CO0 Chemuut it.. 1'hlU. l'a.
WANTED A money maker. Guaranteed
Ho.ler to wearer. Our prupoiltlonbaati
all others HO per day. Write Immediately,
QUAKER CUY MItiLS, 31 South Sixteenth
airtet, I'lilladelphla, l'a. novU lot
WANTKD-Wblto or aolored girl to do general
liou'B work. Apply to lloz 71, Mayivllle,
Ky . R. D. No. 8.
WANTED SECOND-HAND OLOTHINQ
For both men and women; overooati,
ladlei' clok, underwear, white undariklrti, eto.
Alio will buy comfotti, blauketi and ihaets.
Will call athomci. J. 11. UKADl'ORD. U Eait
Jfroot itreet. 'l'houe4p. Janl ly
a IRE J. T. MACKEY TRANSFER COMPANY
will movB snyihlng auy time any place.
Office George W. Chllda olgar atand, i Wen Seo
ond street, alayivllle, Ky. Thoni 145 JeS ly
AdvertUtmentt uim7 iAv. heading, not exteedin
1v linet, 10 eentt each tntertion, or to eenti a week
OR SALE-COAL H CATER-Good as new.
Call at Farm rs and Trader. Hutu novKf
Adverlltementt under rAlt heading, not txeeedini
Ave (Iimi, 10 eentt each intertitn, or to eentt a ueeJt
FOR SALK-TIIREE-YKAROLD HORSE
Cheap; muit be told at one . Apply to
J. H. CAItPENTEU, L. A N. offlee. nu31 Iw
TtOR SALR-Klne Waluut llookCaie apd Seo
X1 r. ur combined, Utd Roou bet, Wardrobe
and I1) vardi of fine Ilrui.els Carpet. Apply at
Judite Wall's rcildriio 1, noviSlw
11 , .
AdvtrtHtmentt fider (ail heading tnir(f TJ
Su advertlteu mutt'tiirnith tht cvpy
T 03T-HLACK SItIK SOARF-ll'tween May
It villa and Waihnston on L'Xlng'on rod.
Rot urn to R. R. MALllY, Waihuutun, Ky.
LOSTBKI.T PtNi-llet"n St. Pafrlok'a
Church and Wall street Sunday, Plcaie
rvixia w aw jamiKt 1 iuhi.
Democratic- loaders proposo to ex
tend life ot money trust.
1 1 -
MASON COUNTY BOYS
Will Show Corn at Child Wo If aro
Miss Jotslo 0. Yancey, Superintendent of
Usson County School, has fine samples of
corn grown by members of tha Roys' Mason
County Corn Club, which eh will exhibit at
the Child Welfaro Exhibit, in Louisville, this
The aamp'es were grown by Glen Walling-
ford of Fern Lff; Stanley Moore of Shjron;
William Ladenburgerof Dovor; Laruo Toggle
of Lewtslurg, and Robert Tucker of Washing
ton. Uhn Yancey nil! alio sond numerous
other exhibits from various schools of this
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's several grades, but be lure lt'a Rooknood
30c to 40c Por Pound
Oae pound paokagei. One pound cans. All
The E. R. Webster Co. 0"pcffii.
Your physician can treat successfully
all ordinary eye diseases. If an
oporat oa is necersary he will refer
you to a REAL specialist In eye fur
gery. When glasses are necessary
be will advise you to see tbe skilled
optician, ooh who knows glasses from
A to Z. lie will tell you to go to
Simpson becamo be knows that tbe
man who specializes is tbe one to
consult about his specialty.
J. A. SIMPSON,
Second Floor First National Ilank.
The heirs have had ns reduce
the price on tho Otto house on
Limestone lo a figure that
any one who wants a home or
wants to make nu investment,
should not hesitate to take
hold. We will sell you this
house for less tbnn one like
it can be buiit nud make
you a present ol the lot.
TRADERS' 114 KK
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
SUnllMAlAl . UIIM0UDCVQ
muiL-wmii, num. is.iusw
Funeral Directors and Em
balmers. Furniture Dealers.
207 Sutton Street. 'Phono 250
SJWn antwering advertitementi appearing 'iK
Tolumni of thtt apfr, r when buyln' ooi yroh
mcrthantwhon, adterlltementapr rt inthitpte
our rtadci 1 ari ttjxclaity rtqveiled to Halt that tht-
mw (A advertittmrnt in Thk 1'nKHf LKrmn
rh will cvtt fox licthtng, and It will ct gi-nlffvlt,
3Wr cMctl by iith tht advtrtlitr and tht Xdiitr,
Only 20 Shopping Days
Do your buyiDg early, save time and trouble and get
wnat you want.
Many Useful, attraotive presents put up in lovely holi
Always highly appreciated; HoBiery.all styles and kinds
10 cents to $1.60 a pair. Very special Si,k Hose and Half
Hose in lovely boxes $1 b x.
HaudkercbielB from lo to $2. Many specially boxed.
Rembmber it JFrom Hotflich's and cob more than 10 centB, tbey
are linenthe kind that will be a pleasure to usa for many
Novelties of many kindsBeads from Venice, Novelties
from G rmany. Lovely boxeB for many tanoy articles,
Purses, Barrettes, Ribbons, Lacee; Neckwear, in almost endleBB
variety. Blankets, Rugs, Homa-mado Oomlorts, Curtains,
&c, are always highly appreciated and laBt longeBt.
It will pay you to get the Hoeflich habic. Come here first.
ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, "',
BVAII mntlf r mr piibllnntlon annat k
handed In knre O o'rlork n. m.
W. A. Wood & Bro.
No, 230 Mnrket Street
rhone 82, HATSTILLB, KT.
(la Uailnen 30 Venn.)
From Now to January 1st, 1913
Plate and Brisket.. 9c
Best Cuts Roast and
We have cur store room and lUughlerlnz
home la the belt limitary condition ol any In
the city and we Invite locul, itate or government
Inipectlon. We liu the best stock oa tbe mar
ket and sell at the loneit prlcei.
Butchers' Stock and Hides.
For salety and good rre'hods should surely be
considered in 1 he sulci 9 of a B ink. The Stale
National is seeking youi business.
Jim State National
Maysvil e, Ky.
t'HRS. O. PEARCE,
Daylight Window Displays
It is wondertul hor beautiful and attractive win
dow displays are under the pure white rays of
ELECTRIC LIGHT I
A well-dressed window properly illuminated is
like a beautiful picture. We can make yours at- -tractive.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.'
Names of Famous Maker
Suits $ Overcoat
You will find tho names of the makers on ALL of oi
goods; names you know; names that are respected the worl
UVCli llip 13 lll-. aiuiL iiicil uauuik.g uiur ii,u;j;im4'h giuiiuuu
lines that have won and held
we sell, whether $30 or $10, is
anteo and our own. Test the
why it is deserving of your patronauo by getting one of til
OUIlb ui vvcruuatt uia ji'iu ui uui oiiuca. just uy tuciii i
and we will have you as our regular customer always. 1
our new line of Underwear, Shirts, Swoatt-rs, Caps, Hutsj
Northaast Cor. Marjut
At r 1- - .
Will Save oii From 20
Per Cent, to 40 Per
229 Market St., Maysvilfe, Ky.
HAVB YOU EVEH
STOUl.S ARE Till
MADE THEM MO.
POWER & DAULTON
ff. C. SHARP.
public confidence. Jkvr ry cl
backed ly the maker s uul
reliability of this siore. LeJ
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