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LEDGER 




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matsthaiS, kt.. iitbsday, KOTa&iBBB-se, 1918. 



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MNITHOUMBCAUT ■raAKtNO. 
riorMM bM »7M Ilk* • dOT«, 

rUMU^ OM (1^ Ilk* ■ Urk, 
fwrMffi* kM wlaga oi k«r kit 

WkM eoolDg •( algkt ia tka ptrh ; 
nortiM to M Mf M • ikrMk, 



(PiMot-toad. too. I km kaart) 
8«jt H aat •trail*, afUr all, 
Tkat paopla aty aka to a bini. 



Wkaa aaadiog dental work call MOartaal 



Raaactad atata oa tala Taaalar* Noraabar 
fer iatonatioMl OyaraUe Oaapaay at 
Sahaal, Tkara4ar afatlac, Nofaabar Mtk. 

(AdvmlMmaai; 

For Sale 

yy bona of toar roomi on Ltxiogtoo atraet. 
Bargala If taid al aaca. 

Nhjon T. Bmtion. 



PUBLIC AUCTIONI 

Oa aatt Moaday, Cooaty Oonrt diy, will ba 
ao'd a cottage of tre roani< tnd two halli 
■Ituited io Third ntroet, Kiftb Wtrd, be- 
tween Leiiogton »od Welont street*, the 
property of Ckariaa aad Joiaph Cotliai. 
Ckarlaa f. Taflor, auctinnper. 

'Artv.TliscMi.MiO 




LET UNCLE SAM 
GIVE YOU THE FACTS 

Government reports show the steady 
output of coaI during the last few 
yeara baa made tba dealers push for 
widar raarkett, We are going to get 
more trada— yoar trade— by giving 
yon a iireatn Talat tor jroar money 
You will never gel oat ol doM anleti 
you bay wlaely. 

MAY8VILLE COAL CO. 



Scasonabk Suggestions! 

Just received, NEW Evaporated Peaches and Apricots, 
Buckwheat and Pancake Flour, PURE Maple Syrup, 
Fancy Eating Apples. Join the thronR of satisfied 
dainkers of hi Perco Coffee. We can furnish the best 
Aluminum CoffM Ptreoltiort tt manuftetlirtn* cost. 

The Quality Grocer. 1 r^ARII^W 
Masonic Temple BIdg. J* V^/^Di^iOll 



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raklie I.«4lB<>r. 

iiiiewff ""^T — n- aa. 

The Only Place in Maysviila 

To aaa a rapmaalatlya llaa of'Viator-Vie 
trolea. Brery ttyle $15, $26, $40. $S0 ap to 
f m. Uurphy, ika Javalar. will gladly play 

them fur v.iii. ndv. 




easonable Talks! 




Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt- 
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let 
us help you get ready. We'vel complete stock of Guns, 
Hunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives, 
Lard Presses, Food Choppers, Sausage Mills, Robes, 
Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamps and in fact anything 
you need. If we haveie't what you want in stock, we 
will take pleasure in getting it for you without any Iom 
of time. 



^HUNTERS 

Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters! 

FARMERS 

Mike Brown is your friend ! 



We invite you to make our store your own. Come 
in Buggy buyers-in-waitiog, if you want some rare bar- 
gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money, 
you can make the price We would rather have the 
money, just now, than the buggies. ^ Come in. 

Mike Brown 

THE SQUARE DEAL. MAN 



iPurel 



ersotva 



I 

WilU«\ 
jrtalltabb 




ViOfoy of Brightoa, 0., ia bare 
; Hrt. Paaay Vioroy of 



Mra. C. Cabllak ia vieiting relallTaa io 
Portaaoatb. -= 

I Ur. tad lira. Prink RItel bava rataraad 
I home after a plaaaaat viaU to Claeiaaatf. 

illafea Laey aad Paony Lea left Saterday to 
apaad TbaakaglTiag with thair bvothar, Mr. 
Staatoy Laa aad faally al Ireataa. 

LITTLE HOPE FOR PEACE 



«rry Ureal. 

Mr. snJ Urn. H. }. Brown, ore KI-h Vary 
ne, are (he gaeeia of her mother, Uri . Alloe 
iM ef Waal laaood aireet. 



i«aty Sapariataadaal Jaaaia 0. Taaeey lefl 

lay fur Louisville to attend the Child 
are Coofereace of the Sonlhera Kdaca- 
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Ty P. ("8aaUer)8alle«, one of Ibe erack 
M« af tba St Leato Natloaato apaat leal 
Un vtohtag eld Um f rlaedi. He to 
t bto aid bam la BIggiaaport. 0. 



ShiuglesI '"W^i 

4 MUHon of ThemJ 

We ba«t Juat recAlved two oarloada of Clear Ilcd Cedar. We boaK>it 
ihrni when the price wa< low and we will Mil them at tlia Iritwoat Poaalbia 
I'riort. We aUo have Cypreaa anA Poplar Slilnglea and wa M* over>atookad 
and forcMi to eeii. itrinK your wnfrnn with yoo. Wo gnaMwitrii prioaa, and 

will more than inr<*t (U>iiipptit<(iii. Omnelnnnd aOS. AnO doM't yoB forget 

that now i8 tlio ttinn to KCt HIiIduIch at 

THE MASON LUMBER CO. 

Iiii'oriMir-ilfil. 

Cor. Umumtone and Second Streets. 
AflMtt for Deering Machinery. 

A. A. McI.AUUHLIN. V. 



'Phone 519. 

N. BKH AN. 



WEATHER REPORT 



PAIRTODA Y AND WBDNE8DAY. 

• •* 

The Directori of th4 .^tato Natiooul lUnk 

htTo declared the regulsr Si Jiridt'nd and one 

per eaat. astra, payable Deoember 2J, 1912. 
> e < 

Slept While Qrltffl Waited 

Kanta$ City Journal. 

SotDo yeara ago au eagageaaat WM brokaa 
o(f la Baaard baaaaM, after be bad draeaed 

for Ibe bull, bo lar dawn for a few minutea, 
fell ealeep aod didu'i wake up aolil paat mid. 
aigbt, leaviag b*r ta alt aronad la bar flaa 
riz-up* wooderlag what wta the maUer. Qe 
conldo't fqaare it aiib her, ao he looked 
arooad, found aoother girl aad the offeoded 
bride foaad aaotkar mta. Thay botb got 
msrripd, aod there are now twi hucpy fimilles 

where there woald bare been but oco. 

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WANTS TO KNOW 



Murderers Still al Laro* 

Winchester, Ky Noramber 26th-— Up to 
a lata boar toalght It to aot kaova poaltlrely 
whether aay of tka aegroaa iapllaalad la tba 

mnrder of Depnty Sheriff George U. Hirt on 
the etreata of Wiacbeftar Sooday night bare 
u yal baea ea^tered. 

REPUBLICANS WILL CONTROL 
SENATE 

Washington, November ^Joih.— The 
death ol Senator Kayner of Maryland 
early today is expaetcd to take the 

control o( the United States Senate in 
the new Congrefls from the Ppmocrate 
and diaarrange the plana ol the leadera 
ol that party alter March 4th. Go?. 
Goldebonfngh of Maryland ia txpeeted 
to appoint it Uepublicdn, William P. 
JackaoD, Maryland member of the Re* 
|)ul>lican National Committee. 



Oleomapganne I 

JXt Centm Pmmd, 

For* and sweet gold of the oham. Better tba^ most bntter. 

Geo. H. Dinger. 



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Dogs of War Impatient 

London, Enci.and, Noremli^r 'jnih.- The 
aitrene anxiety oianlfaeied by all the Goro- 
pcaa goferaiHete te dfiy rayarta of|«arliba 
prrparatioea ud te pr aeaal tka poliUaal 

aitoation aa peecefal and latiAfactorly ii Io 
ilsalf aa iadloatioa of how aleoder ia the 
thread on which the ia<t)«a.^f peace and war 

in K I' lpn n iw liiinkf 



LEADING 

RETAIL 

GROCeRY 
ssssssmtaafU 



LIvlag a Oaf '• Lift 

Erehiingt. 

lou bare beard people aay that they bad 
•arkad Ilka a dog all day. It tbto vara litar- 

»lly tro;, the tvcntf-f iur hour, woald be apaal 
(boa: One huur digging oat a rat, two baera 
gnawlag a boaa, oaa boar waitlag for a eel to 

come liown uiit uf a lri>(>, half ao hoar begglag 
til Ket into thH hi'iMP, and the reet aleapiag oa 4 
1 tn .t III fri n' nf i be door flgbtiog flea*. 




INSURANCE "*''l§ffl.E*oF 

IRO-QUINO 

It insures you against the many ills which, In the begin- 
ning, needed a good tonic. Iro-Quino gives you an appetite, 
strengthens and builds up the system. 50c. 

MC mil I lAUC & rn "BIo Oruostore with 
a re W ILLIfllfIa a UUe Hte Little Prtce." 



Postmasters Asked to Learn Prob* 
ablf Extant of Parcels 
Post 



Io order that ad qaate faciUtlaa aiay ba 
pravidad far tba baadllag of tbe paroela poat 
kea l eaaaeWeleelly ead oe a eeeattyMrido eaala 

at Ihti outitt January lit, Piistnualor General 
Hitchcock haa nfhed every t'oitmaater io the 
Uallted SUtaa to obtala froai tba boaiaeia 
pabllo laforiaatioQ aa Io tie probable eiteot 
the new ayatenn will be Uiied. 

Eteh PoalfflMter baa been provided with 
ebeelara wbieh aal forib le detail tba provia- 
iona of the parcel poet law, tbe retea uf poet- 
age and ao explanatory ataieaijat coDceroiog 
ibadalifary of pareala poat mtttar. Atteo- 
tioa alao la direeted tn the fact that each mat- 
tar aay ba reg'atored aod alau iaanred againat 



TiR riBLic LsDon fraa ae« aaiil Jaaaary ] 

l«t. 1914, for S.1. 

CHILD WELFARE CONFERENCE 

L.''risvii,i.K, Kv , NuTember 2r>ib.— The 
Clilld Weif jf'i Ci nrorenc.e, whioh will bold a 
three daya' letrijn, in conneotioa with the 
Cbild Wtlfara Eiblbil al Ua Araory. wm 
opeead Moada? aoralag al 10 a'akek, In the 
rh>p3l of (be Warraa MeaorlalCkereb.Pourtb 
aod Broadway. 

Prof. B. B. Beatooa, foraer Seperiateadeot 
of tba Eaataeky laaliiatioa for tka BUad. pre- 
elded over thi mpeiir'i'. 

laf.nt Mortality wia the Brat a^bjeet takeo 
np at tbe awaieg aeaale^. Dr. i. Rovaa 
Harrboo of LouiKviiie fpuko on "Some of Ija 
Canaea aed Itt Prer(>oti)P ' The diiOBtaloa, 
following the addr«a.<i. waa opaetd by Hlaa 
Eliitbalb SbaT^f. 

"Prnfenfiibl* IMflcrss in KenlurVy," wai 



THE QUALITY STOREl 

D. HECHINGER & CO. 

We piy fully aa much attention to the qaality of the claaa of goode tbe workinf; nnd economical man 
and woman buya aa we do to the highest priceil (jarmeots we carry. When you buy I ndprwear, Jeana and 
Ci)rduroy I'antu, Overalls and Work Jacketa. Working Gloves and Work Hhoea, just compare the kind we 
aell to that sold by others. Yoa will not be lout; decidinR "-wbere to luiy." 

We lay great stress on our iflO iSiiits and Oretcoats. |15 buys nnnn l)etter. lu the hiKber price 
linea of ^uits and OTerroals we are in a class to ouraelvet. Uur imported Cbinchilla and Fur Lkaver 62* 
inch long sbawNcollar Uvercoata are the haiidiuiuett garments ever ebown io Mayayille. In Obildren'a and 
Buya' Huita and Overcoatr, from |:i up, ne ahow an immense line. YOQ cnn't help bat be laitad In qual- 
ityi et yle and price. Another hig "Good Bboee" day Satnrday. < 

D. HECHINGER & CO. "'^%^:n'?„„'*^ 



No Womtn ta Moriaa Baak 

.Vflf York Prfif 

There are no women employeea in the Uor 
gan binkiog boaie. Tbi^ ia one uf the 



Um. D. FilzKeralil haa tieen called to Dalt- 
imare by the aeriooa illneaa of her siatar. 

Martin 



Mr. Patrick Comer, aon of Mr 
few ; Cumer, uf thit ciiy, ia dangeroaaly ill at bis 
theaabjMt of aa adireaa by Dr. J- A. Stooky 1 wall street eetabliabioaBU which the petti-lboae Id Aaarillo, Teias, aa aanonaoed laa 
of Uiltgtof*. i eoated peraoa of baalaaa baa aat iavaded. I lelagraa raoelred yealarday. 



SPECIAL OFFERI s 

All new auhrcribera and all those paying op 
pMt liuee f ir Tub Pi'BUC LaDaut, aad who 
pay $S. one year'a aabiariptioa, eeab, wii be 
givao tba paper froa aow ealil Jaaaary lei, 
1914. 



MRS. HEOWIG SCHUBERT 



Agitf* Wonan Fomiirly of Dover 
Fatally Inlured By Stroot 
Car at New- 
Itorf 



Aeeordlng to Reports Rscoivori at 
Bsriin From Vienna 



Dtopalebaa froa VIeaaa. raeelted eay Ibat 

a belief in current that it will he Impoaalble to 
■aiataia peaoe io Uorope. Fiva Auatriaa 
a(ay eerpe bare baea aobUiaad aad are 
cqolppad for war. 

It ii reported that Aoatrla will aeod aa 
Dltiaatam to Belgrade witbia aaveaty-lwo 
boafa, ieleia tbere ere 
iatbe 



CIAL SALE ON SRi^PE FRUiT€€«« 

MieaiMM SeBaob. l<argeBlae THtiapto* 



Vsiavofoar PKKNDKLL ikiNOBMlBAr. u U tb* baat avav. 



aake It aa (ood, 
I thia one article. 



W*feav« •»!• hnaevadi 

GEI8BL ft CONRAa 




Mn. He^vig Sebebert, foraarly loag a 

resident of Dover, and mother of Mr, Henry 
Scbabert, one of Mmoo ocuoty'e leading 
faraara, raeldiag aeer Dorer, «ee fetally ie* 
jined by aatreelear al Nevpert yMterdey 

morniog. 

Tba Tiaas'Sttr gives Ibe followlag aeooant 
of Ibe aad aaeldaat: 

"Confuted and noab'e to gather her wite 
aboat bar ia liae, ao aa to move out of tbe 
way of a Pt. Tboau ear, wboea patb aba bad 
attempted to crow, Mra. Uedwig Sebobert, 
aged 88, a widow, waa atrack and probably 
fatally injured Monday morning, at T:4'i 
toek. al Fiflb aad Waabiegtee amnea, 
Newport, Ky. The motormia ma'li< an otforl 
to slop bto oar, witaaaaea aay, bo( tba no- 
Btaa vu loo great. Tbe feader eeaghi 
Mra. lebibarl ead reBed ber for tweety feet 
in front of tbe car. When the car waa 
brooght to a atop the woman wu f jood to be 
labeddedf^ le Ike feeder aad It reqeiied a 
great deal of eifort to extricate her. A call 
«u aeat for a patrol wsgoa, bal ia tba maaa* 
tiaa Cbarlea Sloaa, *bo to eoaaaolad witb tbe 
Aadrawa Steel Ceapaay, paaaad la bto anto- 

moblle aod c(T>'red to take Mr*. Schubert to 
Speere hoapilal. The phyaloiaoa hold oat 00 
bapa far ber reeeve'y. The eged veaaa 
had left the home of her daaghter,Mra. Joeeph 
Araaooat, 624 RebarUoa atreat, about 7:30 
o'oloak, aeylag Ibal aba «ae goiag to tba 
beae ef eaethee deagbler, Mra. Jeeeph Pan- 
nick, in Cnnmiotville Mra. Armaooat triad 
to peraaade ber aot to lake the jouroey be- 
eaaae ef bat feeble eeadlllee, bal abe ia- 
aiated 00 golag. Mr*. Joba Sargent of Belle- 
vae, Ky., ia aaolber daogbter witb «boa Iba 
aged aoaaa epaat part ef bar ttaae. Mora 
tbaa Iwe-lblrdB ef tbeee le Ibe ear, dtolraaaad 
by tbe aeeUMl valbad to Ibe eily." 



SOUND CARPET ECONOMIE S 

li there is one thio^ about the liuuse furnishings 
that needs to be of thoroughly dependable quality it is 
the lloor cuveriugs It is the Quality Security lhat 
brings careful bousekeepera here. We have some extra 
values in Brussels «nd Axminster room sise Ru** ' 
reason, ao it you are interested come in and lb 
Rugs to you. We aro also showing an unusua 
assortment of Linoleums and Oilcloths. The loim. 
50c and 6qc a yard, the latt er asc 35c Had 4 0c a yard. 

The Best Dollar Glove 

Made of soft pliable PERFECT skins. Full cut, 
careful finish, Paris point stitching, one and two claop. 
Tan, black, white, gray. Glovea conaiderably better 

than usual at their price. 



An Umbrella Item 



WtnRFJmow^smHtirt^'iil SOm set. thinkinj? of 
umbiiellaa. An excellent vnlue at » PO^Trtrar price— 
— here for you. Excfeileut ^^;loria silk r -«i»-a£ron 
Irame, plain mission or natvira)' wood hftndles in go( 



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ti^'resiJliat Gount 



It needs but a moment's retlection to realize that 
lour himdred auita means a very considerable stock lor a 

town this si/e. 

That is the point wo want to emphasize. We ofter 
not only style and quality but this season, owing to Mr. 
Hunt's continued presence in the market from where he 
is constantly sending us at\ditions to the stock, we fire 
carrying the larj^ext assortment ot Suits in the biijtory of 
the house, Any price you want from $10 to $40-^^^dome 
:ire sani]il(> S'lits f;r(Mii'('(i at niarkctl saviiit^s. 





e Meeealae aed La Teee e, Seaaa 

The Ladie.4 Ai l l.o!:irtiy of the Third Street 
M. E. Church will givd a ThaokagiviDg aale of 
oakea, (ia and bomo-roada candiea at 
the Hill Bros.' elaetriaal atore all d«y WadBae> 
day. 



eeal. 



"Now la Iba llaa Io bay yoarwialer 
See Drydea, LImeatoaa atreel. 
(aivertlieaieat) 



The Boat aaleot liae ef Red Seal reoorda 
ef er le Heyariila. Noraabar reearde atoe ea 
eele al Mirpbi'e Jewelry Store. edr. 



Cabusle, Ky., Novaabar 25tb.— Mtae Bhto 
E. Sopor, aged 16 yeara, of Bonrbon county, 

aad Mr. LMlia Collias, aged 25 yeara, a yooag 
faraer of Ntebalae eoaaty, ware aarrlad. 



Tobaooo Markol 

Monday'd galea nn the I.exinKtun broaka em- 
braced four warrhouaea, aelling a total of 
30,000 pounda, ranging from $4, the bottom, 
to $19.7& for tba top price. Me real feaer 
crepe ware effered. 



N aturally • 

If we did oot have the correct 
Suits and Goats for Ladies, 

Misses and Children we would 
DOt be doing such a large busi- 
ness as we are now ei^joying in 
this department ^ 

SmTS, $12e60 to Site. 

f COATS, $4.98 to $29. 

DRESSES, $4.98 to $25. 



Better Shoes 

For Women than ^^Queen 

Quality" and for Men than 
^^Kegajs', have not yet been 
discovered. As soon as they 

are inaue you will find them iu 
our Shoe Department. 

"Queen Quality," $3.50 to $4.25. 

"Regals," $3 50 to $5. 





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THE JRJBUCjLE 



W41I.T— isQiPT •uiiD4Ti roowta or jui.t, nAaKMiTivs 




A. p. CURRAN, 



aimaomPTtoMM-Mr Mdtk, 

i Tfml* (M>>»MM**> !#»»«••• " 



iMtk Oaala 

ff«»a»t«< o noUttio r at tHd of Ufnih. 

TH£ fiOOSE AND THE 60LDEN ESSS. 

Oftee on a time there lived « Koote, and a 
very prt>fltable goose the wai. 8he gave her 

owner n steady income, for when the laid no 
egg that egg was goldeo. 

Now, the proprietor of the gooie matt have 
been of the get>rioh-qnick variety of humanity. 
At the story it told by Aesop, the proprietor 
argued that if lie should cut tlie goose open he 
would fiud inside a goodly number o£ golden 
egge. What was the ate of waiting npon the 
alow process of Nature? He wanted thote 
eggs in a buooh. 8u he proceeded to get a 
knife and to conduct the surgical operation. 

The operation was highly sucoesjit'ul — as an 
Operation — but unfortanately the goote died. 
There were, of conrte, no eggt intide, and all 
that tht! ])io|)rietor could do was to array him* 
self in eackoioth and Mininkle liiniself with 
.lushes and sit down tu lament bid fooliul neas. 

He hud killed his goose that had laid the 
golden ^gt. 

That little fable is applicable to the paat 
can)paign. There is a standard jtolicy of the 
.\^publicau party that demands that American 
industries and American wages thall be guard- 
ed against the inroads of the products of chea]) 
labor abroad. That policy is called Protec- 
'on. 

Protection is providing a steady supply of 



£ Baltiimn'e Sun: In speaking of the vice 

presidency, who is Vice President, anyhow? 
golden coin. It has kep t the mills and faj^or* ^ 

iet at'work. It has" <„^u.l these i^iills and Cfeveh 



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TODAY 



tile people of a Boathern lodiana town had 
aoleaaing-np day not long ago irhif4 )t re- 
.pcfrted to have been a hogt'lncoess. Prior to 
the event those who were leadiog the move- 
ment covered the town with circulars, urging 
the citi/.ons to do their duty. Some extracts 
from the circulars are ropioduced: 
"A town is as clean as its people." 
"An ounce of prHvention is worth a p<Vund 
of cure." 

**Let everybody shovel, rake and burn. Let 
the eloanfliig tmoke aioeud to the tkies." 

*'While you are eleaning donH forget the 
bMk yard." 

"An hour*t work cleaning up the premites 
may save you months of illness. Make the 
back yard pay a dividend in good health." 

"Clcnn up so the fly will pass on in his search 
for filthy premises. Be first to clean up in 
your neighborhood." 

Some of these admonitions are by no means 
original, but they contain so much of goud 
advice that they are worthy the respectful con- 
sideration of every publicmpirited citixen. A 
good many people are prone to forget the 
backyard or to omit>^ from the scheme of 
cleanlinets and beautiflcatioo, but it is more 

important in the long run than the front Ifiwn intbeiwjfiBiitBRtfctBOBMforitkMtk^woiM 

, fur ihii mnii, in ihf onj id* SU fQfMkM tll» 

and ought by no nicaiia to be neg'eciod. 1 1 i wcmaD for th« world. 




For 



New Victor Records N«.nib.r. 

Tou a*n he*r tL«m. S> |B My W*'N U (M 10 ptoy dWA M yBBHl fel 0 kMt Mtm. 

A rtw 01 inrai! iinw ttlaoiloni: 

jlig«g I Riinlotto-Qiiarlsttr -Kryl'i ll'i)i*|ii\itn tt«nd. 

I Trov«tor«— ■ Horn- lo Ou: MountklDi:"-VtlMlla'i It.llM VUtt, 
««m—Hoagt My Mother Tikuibt Me.— Luov ItkbelU Marth. 
701 W— »Urry CoanUH yvalu— VIoior lUrbrrt'i OrebMir*. 

V»a Braa». f 
▲■d Urt* MlMOon or other R^oordi. 

ir«eon#«» 90c to f 7. VIclrolam, SYS fo $200. 

P. J. MURPHY. The Jeweler 



. BAOI TO THE OLD FARM 

A clieriD leg ttiniiucr p«ii*ral pnr 
trijrd by the RtMcay KMMrn pl»ir*ri 

A LINIITIB MVIIM 

nil A SAT, TNIT 8AIII lAH 

UlogMpli CoaitdlM. 
TNI NIART OF JtNN IIIMII 

i:i<'»llent Story. BfaiitKul Reeaery 

MUSIC BY OOUaiE H MUIICAI TEAM 



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LEST YOU P0R8ET 

The pMtil iBtboritlet require 
piptri idot tkroagh ibt maila to 
kt 9M tVt it tdVUM bifoN 

Ikay tra •liglUa to tk* Mil a* 

•eeond-cliiin miiltAr. 

If }oar Public LEasn itopa, 
raaaakar tk« nin. 



A maa will try to nrry tka «lrl ka l«va»; ■ 
itrl iMtl trf lo lova lha m.%* aka aarrloa 

A ata loTaa a womin fur wbtt b» ihink' 
th<.ia. A womso Ioti>« • min for what (be 
kaowa ku Ua'i - 



SCHOOLS CLOSE 
TO MOTHER EARTH 

WM Corn and Potato Gluts Do 
For tka Hons. 

GROWTH OF THE MOVEMENT. 



AT THE 8EELBACH 



it caiuiDt 1)0 made a bowor of hi-auty it at least 
may be koj)! free from dir*ea.so- breed in jj rub- 
bish. Every day should bo a oleao-up day in Louisville School Improvement 
the back yard to the end that it be clear of '■"^H'" '""•^ Saturday 
feeding places for flies and breeding places for 
mosquitoes. The bacic yard which receives 
proper attention will, indeed, **pay a dividend 
in good health."— -GourierJournal. 



mutual ^uyngsi 



Tbe flrst taiail eooTucation nf Schoul Im- 
proTODvat Leisae notkaif it eallad for 2 p. 
a.»8ata/'day, Noraabar SOili, io tka aodito- 
riam of tka Se«l>aek Botal la Loolaville. 
[teprpsentttivta fro* til paria of Utatata 
ir.ll attaod. 
Tka CkOd Wtlfara Coafaraaea akow— 
"What wa are doiog for our rhililreo." 
"A bit «a ar« Lot doia^ for cur cbildrao." 
"Whak *a oaikl to ao for oar ckildrao." 
"To loTO lot oa add ka.vltdKa."- 

CARNEGIE'S PROPOSITION 



Joffaraon County Loada With Ita Mag- 
nlflaant Qardaning Land— How WiL 
liam Pray Orow KIghtyaigM Biiahala 
•f P*lat«M on Oiwfwirth of an Aara^ 

QrnduaUy tbe ttiliikltiK ncliool people 
are b*^'K<i>iiliiK to suu uiid iiiiilenitiiiiil 
tbat If tlio pnrentii will uot go to 
tiio Bchool tba acbool luuat go to the 
homa and naka Ittalf felt Notlitng 
b«s iH'Ipoil uiuro 111 this iiKiveiiicnt 
tban tliu boys' com iirid potiito cliilis 
ill tbi.s 1111(1 uinuy otlit-T Ktiitos. 'ilio 
treinoiiiloiis growtb of tbo iiioveiiieiit 
la duo larKitly to a ratlouitl use of the 
cblldreu's eutbualaau oud denlre To 
DO 80METHINO THEM8ELVK8 
PLBA8URB IN ACHIEVEMENT 
COMES FROM DOING IT YOUR- 
BBLF, and pleasure In acblevement ia 
tbe larircMt factor In humnn life. 

Wllllnm mil'. WaltiT Vn-y nbout 
Otirbt iiilliM from LdiiIsvIHo In ii splon 
did ffiniiliik; mill ^urili'iiiiii; Hcctioii of 
Jeffersuu couyty. When ynv n-iiortcr 




Judging From the Amount of 

BLANKETS 

AND 

COMFORTS 

We have oold ao fltr thl« opaaon, we mnat be Mlvlna tbe 

thA cuatnmera •plrndid valupo nr f hey wonld not IBTOC 
OS with lliclr valiiahle palrnnaitn. Thoa* tbM hAV* MOt 

tMughtjaatecjiiniipy hy hiiyliig of on. ^ 

SPECIALS 

ftahy Crili RIankPta, 4ec. 

Whitp and («rpy Blankfta, 40o. 

Full aUn Illanketa, HOc. 

Ueat 01 Blanket and Comfort In tb« ooaatrf. 

All Wool niankcta very ch«>ap. , 

l.-i SilknIlneCoinroria. St.WW. 

liADIKS', GKNTS', CIIII^DKKN'S. UNDBRWKAK— LiOdlca' 
Beat aso Underwear In tbe towai aee tbona. Beat ano Unloa eaita 
for children made. Men'a beavf UaMMd aeot no aaoon^a. lAdtoa* 
and Cblldren'a Bweatera cheap. 

DRK88 OOODS— We aold more aarceo tbe paat 
ia*t apAonn. Aii>woni Sersaa4eo. eavManNall thai 

I.AJIIKS' and CHILDUICN'a OOAn-It la now fcno 

K»'t I hp hpm valnf hpr**. 



ith tban 
goyoa know, 
known tknl yon 



NEW TORE STORE 

PH"lfE 



Investment SECURITIES^ 

SAFE AND SANE. 

Firat UorMase Land Motaa. yieldlnit « and T par cent. 
A aaib cmploiaient Air ynnr money. 

FRANK H. OLARKE, First National Bank Balldlng. 

Roofing and Fencing 

J. C. EVERETT & CO. 



AT TIIK 
OLD I'UICKS. 




Deh'oU f 
disco vey 



I 




fafctorios to niftiiufactiuo ou "r iitrge si'ale, so 
tbat now wo arc actually coinpelinm with Ku- 
_ ropeanj ;ountriea in tbe markets ol tbe w jrlJ . 
It has enabled the employers t(r|Hiy 4bMr^^tn^ "^foce^ 
plo} oea niach higher wnges tban are paid on 
the other eidc ot the Atlantic. 
Year after year Piotection goes on laying 
* these golden naggets. And now U is pro- 
posed by tbe^efy excellent bat exceedingly 
imiicAOMtaf docirinaire of Princeton to kill 
I'lotection — to shut off the tiUo of prosperity. 

Of course, Dr. Wilsuu does uot personally 
..believe tbat ^*loteotlon sis necessary to pros- 
perity. He argues th«t if we~ did not *bave 
it; if we could only Hiuasb tbe Tariff in a 
"ladicftl" nianuer, wo should bo better off; 
tbat tbe mills would do more work tban ever 
NoflJliat there would be better wages. 

fwilson is a theorist very much like the 
eiiiau who owueJ tbe goose that laid tbe 
eu og^s. 

J That gentleman rMioned precisely as Dr. 
Wilson, is reason^g to*day. He killed his 

p;oose under the impression tbat he wonld 
inako money by so doing. Dr. Wilson would 
kill I'rotectiou — the policy under which Amer- 
ican iudastrles have been built op— nodtr the 
— •^^easion. — Philadelphia Inqnirer. 



nd Plain Dealt)': Why not let tbe 
"tui key ti^t die a natural death? 



** '^'Obnel lioosevelt may 
f.drly methods of 



X / 



Jlpz from Jexas. 



There it no more Menso in kicking against 
tbe pricks than there is in butting one's bead 
llil^lgainst a stone wall. 



Tbe earth is an ouormua pill that usually 
makes ]>eople aick as soon as tbe sugar coat^ 
)g is lioked oil. 



■.vith the people. 



To PsMioe EX'PretMtett is 8s- 
Ytrsly Condsnmsil by 

ths Press 



Pittsburgh X ^ A' Bets on Bryan are being 
placed in Wall street, A'ith a steadily lessening 
of odds. SignificantK Why, of course! 

ClevdanJ Plain Dealer: The Uepublicans 
ought to be just twice as ba{>|)y this year. 
There are now two band wagons to climb on. 



MihiHxnhee Stntiml: "I '>iii a Imslu'en," 
says John I). RuckffolU;r with tears in liis 
voice. John, it Ht ciu.s id ])re])briug to take a 
fall out of somebody. ^ 

Waahington Star: Aft«r thuugbtfnlly con- 
sidering President Taft's experience Mr. Car* 
negie might bo persuaded to revise that idea 
of a pension and make it a hero medal. 



ATw Ytrk HwM. , 

It aaami to o« lb it if L'r. Aadraw Camagie 
bu $12.'i,000.0J() thil if K viri); him troD. ltf 
ha might beltsr b»T<> a big bjo fira aad buro 
it ip fM'tb of Jaly atyla tbaa aaak lo areata 
• private pensiuu faad for aai nbo bav« 
bald iba otfija of Pratideat. 

If thara b arrr aoythlog to bi doaa ia lha 
oay of paaaloaias Praaidaala it will ba doaa 
by act of CooKre«« to^l tha monoy will come 
fruiB Iba Traunry of tba United Sttteii. Mr. 
Ca.argia nay hara aora aoavy lo aipaad oa 
paoiiooii tbto tbti I'oited St»te.'>, but «e dmibt 
It, Bod tha timi U far oflf wbeo an Ameriesn, 
putaaMod of larg* vaalth, >ill gat aojtbioK 
bat advartitiag aot of a propMilioa to do 
Honaibiag tbat tba eoaatry aboald do. 



Chicago N4W%: Mr. Carnegie evidently 
finds it pleasanter to be. generous tban tu 
waste his money in riotous tgipaying. 

MempkUt Couunercial-Ajypeal: California 
loved them both so well the came near buiiig 
a Presidential bigamist. 



New York Telegram: It's a queer thing 
bow tbe slate makers have overlooked Colonel 
Watterson. 



CRITICAL TIME 
OF WOMAN'S UFE 

From 40 to 50 Years of Age. 
HowItMay B«P«ssmI 
in Snftly. 

Odd, Va.:-"I um enjoying better 
health than I have for 20 yeara, and I 
believe 1 can aafely 
say now that I am • 
well woman. I waa 
ronred on a farm and 
had all kindsof heavy 
work to do which 
caused tho troubles 
that came on me la- 
ter. For five years 
during the Change of 
Life I was not able 
to lift a ))iiil of wa- 
ter. I kud hcmor- 
riiagea which would lost for weeks and I 
waa not able to ait up in bed. I suffered 
a great deal with my back and waa ao 
nervoua I eoald leareely aieep at night, 
and I did not do any hooaawonifortuee 
years. 

"Now I ean do as much work as 
•ay woman of my nge in the county, 
thanks to the benefit I have received 




A aoOD SHOCK. 

visited tlieoi on Saturday, 2d of No 
v«iul)er, he found them busy storing 

•'»eei)ii(l rrop" pofatws fur the winter 

inmkef. 

Willi. uu Trey, the elder brother, >;re\v 
line f"iiriti nf iiii aore of putatoeH ttiU 
Ne.'isMii. He hurvealed olubtyelKlit 
bu^lii-ls of i<i>]eudld tubers uu tlio plot 
When lie was nnked about the croii 
and Its cultlvattou, iiu aald: 

"Ves, that yield waa some better tban 
moat of the neighbors around here. 
Ton aee. eighty-eight bushels on my 
Uttie piece Is the same as 117 barrein 
ii tbe acre. Of course I did aome 
tblnKs tbe uclKhbors didn't do, l>ecauae 
I dill 111! of luy work fr^m tbe dlic"' 
tlons the >.'M\ cininout ^eiit ine. Kvory- 
body pliiws iimiiuii- uiitler wlieii iln-y 
break tin- Krouml in tlie Kprlii);, but 1 
Uaed my two big wiiiK'<^n Ina^U ot rutted 
manure for n top drettsin' after niy (lu 
tatoi's were In tbe ground. 

"The folks tliat rame over here said 
my potatoes wore darker green than 
any of the othere In the neighlwrhood. 
tu' we all saw that the ;rinea were 
iBlghty heavy an' fine. I went oror the 
patch three tlmea with • fourteen tbotb 




THE BUSINESS MEN 

OF TODAY 



ar« fall; kwkri* of the T*lua of good dreiilag a« a 
hudatM aiiel. They wgard well nada, paifaat 
■ulncattlraai muob ot an (iMntlalai tba at. 

tr«oUfii i|ii»llti«t of • w«ii knpt itord or ofloa. 
To* only qavdion l« wha It th* ttllor who eaa 
mftka tnetii ths luiiat laturitrMrry KarmaDtt? 

Thfre c*;! Ii ) n > c) ni.tloii i.f (2oulit If ynii plio* 
y.uir or.lrr will. u... KoinoinliBr thU la iliii only 
• t'*rt)ln iliii it'i'iK'n wht-ro you nan buy K<1. \'. 
Pfn:>''« HI t p to iii»'iisii>'f <'l(Uht*i. S<'e Iiu- new 
litoivin w« »rt sli iwiuu f. r $18 to('J2, tliey urn 
rupuuira. liuiuuiuher tve r«uair all our dry clvau 
w«rk tr<ia ot aharga la a warkaaalika auuieor. 



C. F. McNAMARA, 

• M Watt FroulStreat. Ha7*vllU, H7. 




wiuii&x van a«b bis YOVAfOH. 

cultlvntor, an' I waa careful not to let 
It cut deeper than two Inches. After 
tbat 1 K'lvi- it two workln'a with a St* 

tootli lUliivator. 

"Ves, my potatoes will get tlio flrst 
prize tliU year lu tbU county. It'll 
make tbe quarter of an acre pay 
mlgbty well, because It's ISO In gold." 

Walter Frey. the younger brother 
has an acre ot com la the contaat. but 
It had aot been huaked when your cor 
respondent Tislted the farm early in 
November. Tbe ground abowed tbat 
careful work bad been done during tbe 
summer, niid tbe eighteen huge 8hueki> 
that Ktood upon the acre gare promiae 

of a large yield. 

"I pli iiteii I he Hoone County White 
tbat the HtaiK furnished us boya," he 
aald In answer to my ipieiitluns, "but I 
only got about half a stand of corn, so 



Jialtimore Amerirdtr. The dove of peace 
is in for some rough baudliog. 



i from Ly.lia E. I'inkbam's Vegetable j ^ , 

26 Compound. I recomnietid your remedies k..." »_ «.!. . -vovm 
to all SUiTering women. "-Mn. MaanU 




St. LonI'< CilolH-J^tiiKxrat: Mr. Bryau way 
elect to be a Democrat at large. 

Washington Pont: The nan who pre- 

•eolecl Mr. Cannon with a Bible evidently 

never read one of IJode Joe's caiupaigu 
speeches^ 



County fbr rephinting the acre. Of 
course a bad stand is a migbtr poor 
start In a corn contest Next time I nni 
goln' to tent tbe seed so as to be sure 

about my Ntaud. 



"Yes, I uMtNl n lot of manure on tbat ' 



L. HOLLOWAY, Odd, Va. 

No other medicine for woman's ills haa 
received auch wide-apread and unquali- 
fied endorsement We know of no other 

medidae which has auch a recoM of i, r . , , ^ i. .1. 

wceeia as has Lydia E. Pinkham's ' " ' 

VeistrtJe Compound. For more tb«i SO , • '''p '"""'"-e »o 1 

years it has Loen the atandwnl renady ' ' 

for woman's il's. ' '" plowln' an' 

, .......It* cultlvHtln' than anybody around here 

ble Coamomid 4hi hi li» you. writo " eo 1 had to quit early. I did cultivate 
to Ly<llfuBJ*lnkliam Medicine Co. " It four tlmoo an' dtdat sUr tbe ground 
(oonndentlid) Lynn, MMM.,for«d- ! more than two laehae teep. The dlrer- 
vleo. Your lettor will 1>« opened* , tlona for com nakas that a ailgbty 
r«ad and ana^rered by • woniao* atronc oolnt'* 

(Advanlaawaai] 



PALACE 
HOTEL 



Tbe miilnrn woiaaa 
for the bit 

eook and keep bar yaaih 



to tenaoloot, 
to kM^kar tawper 1 Kti' 
)p bar yaaih to keep b«r BUmad. 



MARY LOUISE CROSBY 

GRADUATE NURSE. 



Cor. Sixth Avenue 
and Vine Street, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 
4intricso PliB. Europtip Plin. ; G. M. WILLIAMS 



-TELEPIIONK 

L.C.CROSBY'S RESIDENCE 

WaihingtoD Caatrm). 



Whil* tbe tarifT ia not loclu lod In the «i Ivr 
pingrtfD, psrly srrivtU in Waahitigtoo S'a 
planning a busy fikihuid 



Sanaal Qoapara «u ra alaatad Prasileit o( 

the AmerletD Fedontion of Labar ovar Hal 
Hsyei uf tba lat<>raatioasl Tjpogrspkieal (Jaios 
Saturday at Koeheiter. Ilr. Qmpars has bald 
tka Prtaidaacy alaea 1895. 

DO YOUR 
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING 
EARLY. 




The French Mioiater of Finance ai). 
nount'td ollioially tbut the births in 
Franco in 1911 were lOO.OOU leas tbao 
ten years ago. 

During the niek prices o( pig iron 
have advanced 28®5(t cents a too, 
with large aalea reported in ths Bit* 
miogbani diatrlet. 

State Uotv«rsity baa been inapendrd 

from OICBlbcrship in the Southern In- 
tercollegiate Athletic Aasociation by 
action o( tbe Executive Committee ol 
that organiaation. 

J. L. Tarlton baa sold to J. Howard 
Fold ol Btouy Ford, N. Y.. ths world's 
chaanpioo trolling yearling, Airdale, 
by Trpt^iintl'-, Mias Farnie Summers 
by Buw Bella, (or tbe baodaome aum 
ol $12,600, tbe higheat price paid for 
a yearling trotter In Kentueky for a 
large nanber ol ysere. 

ThsRsv. Irl Hicks' 191S AImimw 

Tha Kar Irl R.Hieka' Alnaaas fsr 191S Is 
DOW raady. It ia tba stoat tplaadid aaabar of 
ttU popolar year book rver primed. IiaTaloa 
baa baas nora tbaa avar pro? to by reaarkabla 
ralMmeli ef iU atom, waathar iwd eartk- 
qaaka foraoMta ibia yaar. Prof. Hloka joatly 
marita tba coaAiiaBea and aopport of all tba 
paoplr. Dod'i fall to a»Dd :i6 aaaia for bit 
1918 Alaaaao, or oaly oaa dollar for bla 
aplaadM Hagaaleo aad Alasaas for osa year. 
Tks bast eaa dollar iavastnsat peialble ia aay 
boaM ar baalaaaa. Saad te Ward aad Warbs 
Poblitklag Coafeay. ladM FlSiMis evassa, 
St. Loala. Ilo. sdf. 



DENTIST! 
First Natlontl Bsnk, Fourth 



Sterling Silver 

AND 

Silver Plated Ware 



Call and we will be 
pleased lo show you 
uur newest and ex* 
elusive pstierns. Ae 
silver is likely to go 
higher io price, tha 
beat time to buy ia 
now : t : i : t 



CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO 

JEWEltIM, / 



We Are OAirlnv On Sale For 
Daye Oae Dollar Slae Boti 
or laaproved 



WAHOl 

Oompoand Blood and Nervo Ton^^j^^ 

35c;PER BOTTLE or 

3 BOTTLES FOR f 

A remedy fbr Ithenmatlsmi Bio 
Sdoiao a . Liver and Kidney Vraabji 
Do not tovaec tiM|i rl oe I S cpee i a l 
orSfbrff. # 

JOHN C. PECO 

Druj^^ittt Maysvllle, * 



JOHN W. PORT 

nWEIIAL DIRECTOr 



IV 



SMiH 








If Voir FflHjragree With YtorseK | 

On all subjects for two days In sacceitlon, it is time to i 

fix ibiftgt tip with the uDdcrtikir. FiMioon W 

#e##eraoii Flour I 



MAY8V1LLE. K\.. TUESDAY. NOVEMIiKll 2(>. 1912 



7 



r. t 




Wbtn w« booit wa ni* ■ whlp«r or • 

very gaDtle ton*, 
Rit vhM »• knock we tlwayi WUl A 



The poor will du mncb for moD«y, the rieb 
«in <• taylklii for nor* Boaey. 

Twaaly-foar naa loat tkafr lltaa tkrosffh 
the eiploiloD at tn-itmf it • ml alM Id 

Alalf, Ff inee. '■ 

The fo|aoaat o( turtbar advaaeaa lo the 
priaa of Mala pauobam ia aaalataad te ■ ra* 
Tiav of laid oondlUaa*. 

^^bfBoilt of the Cotaolidatioo Coal Cnmpany 
aaaoaaea ibipaienU over tbe aew eztaaeioa of 
tha LAN. vltb teraiau at HoRobarla bagao 
yaatarday . 

T. r.. Ew»n & Ci).. BoH for Oeorua Perry 
116 acres of toe Pirry farm oesr Norlb Forth 
Bridge, oa Lexlafftaa ytka. to Pratk Bilal. 
Term pri vate. 

Saaday Preddeot-alcet Wilaoa alteaded tbe 
oldeat Preibrteriaa Oharek la BaalltoB, 
Bermuda, and oho tUaaM tha aaaaiot of 

PtrlimeDt llonday. 

Urr. Lowry Orr. who reooatly uodarwent a 
•arsleal operatioa at Wilaoa Boapital, i« bow 
at the home of her sitter, lira. Praatoa WeUa 
of Weat 8«oond alrert. 



Ao L. & N. trala ran ioto a bnneh of cattle 
aaar Myara BUtlaa Batarday, killiag foarteeo. 



PUBLIC CR088I|68 

Railroads CompelM to Koep Look- 
oatt Sayt Court of Ap* 
ptali 



Tha aetira moTeaeat ia tha atael trade in 
atld to ba world wida.aad fltUhe d prodaet* 
comniind higher prieea ia ika iiilaraittlonal 
than io tiie boiDe market. 



Tba resideocs of Orast Wblta near Rartos- 

*llle, was deatrojred by fire, lOKetber with 
BODie of the bcusfhoid ifTtc^a. Tba loaa arai 
about 12,000; ioaaraaca $600. 



I 



Accordioi to thu n(,!nion of u LoaisTilia 
eiperl, who hts itupfcted crvp' in al! di'- 
tricts, light weight and Rood qoallty iniure 
high prlcta for KaBtooky tobacco. 




Tba Oofaraaaak will baili aigkt nav atael 
itcambca'fl of tarloaa typca far aiaaa tbe 
MUaiaiippI 

■ • • 

Tbe Keystone Slate ii dnioK a bin bD.<ii: 
tie St. LtOBit and Illiooia rirer trade. She ba« 
tot baaa abia to aoyo iha frelabt offered bar. 
• • • 

The Queen Qity will have new cbimneye with 
faaoy topa like f be hid^^eo abe first cama 
oat. All pipaa oa tba root with tha axaaptioa 
of the chlaaayt are balag paiatad aaow vhlta 
by Joha Bohtoaoa aad torea. 

ENDORSED AT HOME 



I IN mOFI AS TNII SNIHll OllVliei ANV 
MAVtVIUIIITIIII 



Tha pnbtie eadoraaaaat of a loeal eitiiea i« 
tha beat proof that eaa be produced. None 
better, DODO alrunctr cin ba bad. Wben a 
. ■ao'cobi* forward and testifies to hit ftillow- 
aMaeia, addreaaae hie frleada aad neigbbors, 
yoa asay ba aura ha ii thoroaRbly coBvlaced or 
'w woald not do so. Tellllnit oae'e ezperlanee 
'haa it is for the public KO )J '\i ao set of 
^aisaea that ahooU bo appreciated. Tbe ful- 
arlai atataaaet giraa by a rasident of Uh;*- 
tia a4d« eaa aora to tha m«ay eaaaa of Home 
daraaaeata which are Mng pnbliabad about 
Va Kidney Pillr. U^nd it. 
'<, John K. Ilurnii, MajrtvlllH, K;., ssyr: 
testimonul I k:.v.. in when 1 

reoommaDded Ouau'it Kidney PiIIh still 
nd, I know that this remedy is jast as 
d aa it haa been used by one uf my 
whh aatiefaotary rasnlu. This 

'« obtained at Wood A Soo'a Drug 

I 

\f all daalara. Prlaa 60 oaat^. 
1^ Oa., Baffala. Nav Tart, ada 
7 United SUtw. 
/arkhoaaaa^Doaa'a^adtake no 



C. A 0. Railway Company vs. Warnock's 
Adar.— Drcided Oeiober IStb, 1912. Ap- 
peal from Greenop Circuit Court. Opiaioa of 
tha aoart by Jidsa Millar, rararaiag. 

First— Killroadi —Traapaaaar aa Traek— 
Kule as to Duty Owed by Railroad.— A rail- 
road company ordlaarily ovaa ao daty to a 
traapaaar aatil kit peril ia dIteoTered, and is 
not lisM-t for any injury to bim, nolesr, after 
bia peril is discovered, the irjury oooii have 
beaa a?aldad wttk propar aara. Tkia rala kaa 
been applied io all ca.ie8 where tha injury or- 
enrred io tbe oooatry, but io cities aad towoa 
•kara tta popalatioa la daaaa aad tba danger 
to life i< great, a different rale is applied, and 
in aoch lucslities tbn •>[^1l^*. of tha train ahould 
be moderated, notice of its approach giren, a 
lookout aaiaialaad, aad aoek prfbaatioa take a 
as tho circnmstaBces daaaad for iU fttptt 
aaourity of honaa lift. 

Faeoad— Railraada— Biaralaa ot Cara by 
TraTaleiB— Qac atloa for Jary— Wkatber a 
triv lpr exerciiiM mch care a< mny be or- 
dioarly expected of the common roo of per 
aoee, la a qaatioa dopaadlag oa a aaabar of 
circumstaooef, to aaob ef wkiek difTerent men 
aiay glra d ffereat valgkt, aad ia a aatter 
paculiatly for tka Jary. 

Tkird— Railroada— Lookont— Rula R> qaiflag 
S rvsntt to Kaap.— Io order for a plalntilT to 
bring bit eaa within the rule that requires tie 
aerraata ot a railroad eoapaay lo kaap a look- 
out, and give tloBoly eiiioals and warnings cf 
iha tpproscb ot it* trainr, it ia iacaabeot up- 
on tbe ii jdrr d peraoa to ahow that the place 
of the aeeidealiraa a plaea wbara tha prteeBoa 
of persons on tl e track was toba eiptcted, 
aod I bat fact may ba ahuwo by tba (itaat of 
the ata aide by tha pubilo of tha erataiag at 
! thj scene uf llio aivi 'rtni. 

K> iir'.. -Kiilruads — Jignala aoJ Warnings 
of Approach of Traiat — UalaeorpotateJ 
Xg^oi.— It la tha daty ot a railroad to giva 

tim->')r Fi:;niilri snd warnings regardless of the 
fact that ihecro aiog is io an uoineorporated 
town, if Iha orwaiag ia a piUia aaa. vhara tbe 
presence of parat at oa tha traek aay ba tx- 
peeted or aBtlelpatad. 

Fifth— Railroad*— SIgaala aad Waraiaga— 
Kaavladg* ot Appraaah of Trai*.— Tk* ahjaot 
of signals of spprrach of the train > to notify 
penoat of ite coming, aad if a person.io fact, 
kaowa of the approaeh at ■ traia, ha oaMot 
eoapiaia that sigoala of ita approMk vara aot 

given as req jired I y law. 

Worthirgton, Ci cbrsn & Browoiog for ap- 

ptllaat; S. 8. Willie for appaiiaa. 

. ■ e ■ 

He Knew— Ha Had Pod Cattia. 

Tlie old trustee turned to the vliiltor 
niid asl<til, "Well, what (In you thlulj 
of our ntnv couxoliilHted bcIiooIV ' 

■ lUaiitifull Coat • lot of nonoy. 
didn't ItV 

"Vep, Mil' It costH like smoke to run 
It with tencliera for all the difforiMit 
gradea. But all of ua are for it uow." 

"Were yon ngalnat conaoildatlon?" 

"YfP, I iraa agaluat It atronc. You 
aae, I fot tba thraa R'a la a alngla 
toom achoolhoaaa." He patiaed, looked 
lit the aplen iid brick building and con 
tinued: "I oujrhter known better too. 
Aii.vl)ody l!i;it liMil fed cattle for thirty 
yenrs ouKlitor know a coneolldated 
Kchuol \vM better than a one room 

school." 

"Why stiimld you luivi> UnowiiV Cut 
tie Hud chlldrei. ure not the same." 

'Look liero— Just stop an' think for 
a minute, will youV I've known for 
thirty yean that you can't put weonlln' 
calvea. two year an' four year oi 
onlTea, two year an' four year ol' ateei-x 
bi the aumc feed lot an' got fuat claaa 
refliilts. In our ol' time one room 
school we hnd 'eni nil sixes an* otfea 
In tbe snoie lot nii' fiH'din' out of the 
Knnie liMUjjh. It wini't work niiy Ix t 
tcr with chtldreu than it doea with 
cattle." 



WASMIMCTON TMEATEW j 
T0NI6NT ONLY 



THI PHiNeitl AiB MIRONANT 

I'.iiiii- 

HII NEW CANE 

I.ublu. 

VIITMU ARO OIVIS 

VH»«rapl>. 



AOMISSiON S CENTS. 



As a result of ihe dronib In the ''<rritory 
draiPfd, Salt R ver ia to low that tb aopply of 
water tor Harrodaburg baa baaa tedaaad al. 

aaat hair^ad A aarieat faaiaa ia tkreataatd. 

► » • 

CHICA60 FIGURES 



iMHoatit That City Is Most Health- 
ful In tha World 



A school tnx la aimply a long time In- 
veatwcnt lu brnlua; therefore the oler 
nal qoeation abould not l>e "Iiow 
SMALL A TAX OAN WB GET 
ALONG WITHr but "HOW MUCH 
r.\S WE INVEST TO ADVAN- 
TAtiK?" It S« a boaineaa propoaltlon 
pure and Hiaipla. 



:oilet Specialties! 



A aelart line ol ferlumei, Tuilct Waters, Creamo, etc., iucludiog 

Violet Dulce, Fiver's, 

Colgate's, Hudnut's, 

RoR;er GaUtt'S| Reiger's, 

Palmer's, SanituI, 

Nadinola, Hind'i. 



tagnan, 
l/?it»fs, 

'aude's, 

:tt & KamsdtiU's. 

I •• TMI MRItniAt tHOMIM UILY. 

«. J. Chenoweth, 



lelepbone 
Ifo. MOi 



THE 



DRUGGIST 

Oor.Seoona and 

■ntton SU. 



STOREa 



in 



Bia DROP 



Democratic Strength 
Shown in Kentucity*s 

Vote 



le 



Denltey Party Falle 20,000 Be- 
hinethe Ballet Far Bryan 



Fka.nkfout, Ky.,— 7roa a aejarity of 
31.000, giraa te Govaraar MeOraary la 1911 

to a majority nf 1 l>()i' for Prpaident-elpct 
Wilaoa tbia year ia tba drop that gives tbe 
Daaoerata bat iittia eoaforl la Ike raeaat 
eloetioa. 

Tlie Pemocrata fell 20,0no votes behinl the 
Bryan rote and tba K-publictBt nearly Id.OUO 
bebiad tka Taft vote la 1908. There was a 
falling oir of aauly 40,000 rotai ia tkIa atata. 

Tbe total rote follows: 
Wilson, 219.5». 
Taft. 116,512. 
no()iiin*>lt. 102,760. 
Debs, 11.647. 
Cbtflo, 3.232. 

The aoat iatarattiag raoa wit for Jodge in 

the SevdOlh Appellate Diitrict. Ju Ijse l\ C. 
Turner, Democrat, woo oter JuIko A. J. K r'ii, 
ICepoMieaa, by th* bare pinrality of 1,2-1:!. 
lie woo beeaaia a large U publieaa tote went 
to Jobo D. Wblta, Progreetire. 
Tbs vole followt: 
Torner, Democrat, 27,930. 
Kirk. Itopob icao, '20.087. 
White, i'rogreasive, 14.007. 
Tha totalt raaairad ia Iha Ceagraatiooal 
fellovt: 

Firat Diatriet. 
A. W. Baikley, Demooratic, 22591. 
Ckarlaa Pargatoa, Rtpablleaa, 10,664. 
0. Pord, Socialist, 1,787. 

Second Distriel. 

A. 0. Stanley, Demoerat, 19.789. 
Cu. Bavkiaa, Bapablieaa, 1,462. 
L. R. Poi, Prograaaita. 6,900. 

P. 1. Paaticaat. 1. 
P. P. Piaakt, 8. 
PalMcOlll, 1. 

Third District. 
R. Y. Thomu, Democrat, 18,220.. 
T. B. DliOB, Re^ublicsr, 11.181. 
F. 1. Dsver port. Socialist, 1,172. 
D. J. Doocan, Progreatlre, 7,45ti. 
Joka Rhat, 1. 
P. W. May wood, 1. 
J. W. Wbeeler. 1. 

Peartk Diatriet. 
B P. JokoiOB, Damocrat. 27,168. 
J TbompsoD, Republicaa, 6.718. 
K. A. Langdoo, Sociaiiat, 863. 

B. B. Baiaett. Pregreaaiva, 11,097. 

Fiftk DiaUiet. 
Swagar Sherlny, Democrat. 24,79."). 
U J. Aibcraft, Uepublicao, :i,U25. 
Ckarlaa Dobba. Seelaliat 1,498. ^ 
J. P. Arould. Soclalisf-Lahor, GOi,. 
Haary 1. V^n. ProKroislve, 23,116. 

Siz'b DIs'rict. 

A. B. Roeaa, Daaoerat, 20,600. 
D. n. Wallace, Republican, 7,S86. 
U A. Briakman.24b9, 

t, P. Biaekbara, Progroairr, 3.701. 
iamtk Diatriet. 
C. Caolrill. Democrat, 24.617. 
J. E. Joaaa, Prograaaire, 6.841. 
Jeka B. Allea, 1. 
r. A. Balleah. 1. 

Elithth Diitrict. 
HarToy lUlm, Demoerat, 18,690. 
J. W. DIaaaoro, ProgrtMiro, 7,681. 

W. K. Garberry, I. 
W. A. Coffea, 1. 
Dr. F. C, Nell, 

Niaik Ditlriet. 
W. J. Kieldr, Democrat, 21,415. 
Harry Hailey, Republican, 16.608. 
J. A. W illiaaa, Soeiaiiat, 1,148. 
1. 1. Iltaheee, Pragraaaifek 8,908. 

Tenth Diatriet- 
John LaosUy, Republicaa, 12.200 
W. T. SUffard, Prograasire, 6,280. 

Memtk DIatrlat 
Caleb Powers, Rspublioao, 18,5-') I. 
BaaT. Smith, Demoerat, 11.76!). 

B. ■. Saary, Pragreaaira, 9JM- 
M, 0. Jaakaaa. BaeleUat. 177. 



CaiCAOO, Noftaber 24tb.— Figures eol- 
laattd by tba Chicago Haaltk Department 
afaragiag tka death ratH for tan yaart of all 

tba great ciiirs, show Chic^(^n to h-j the most 
kaalthfui in tba wotlJ. London is tba ie;ond 
city la poiat ot keaitb. 



Notlet to Postal Savinao Oo- 

positors 

1. By applying on or bjfora December 2d, 
1918, drpaaltora of tka Postal BavlBga Syataa 
may changa tha wbola or part of tbrir de- 
posiia for United S'atM ragittaraJ or eoupoa 
bonda in deBomiaalioaa of |20, |100,aad $600, 
batrixg 'ataraat fraa Jaaaary Itt, 1913, at 
the rate ot 2} per can', per annum, payable 
aemi-atnually, and redeemable at tbe plaatnrt 
of tha United Stain after eaa year froa tka 
date of itaue, both prino'pil aad interest 
payable 20 yeara from data ia Uaitad States 
gold ooin. 

2. Poatal Mviaga boada are aiaapt froa 

all taiaa or datlet of tbe I'oiied States, as 

well aa froa laiation in any form by or under 

Stata, anaiclpa), or loeal aalhority. 

For additional tnforrottinn ia regard lo 

tbaaa bonda, oall at Pottal Sariaga viadow at 

the local pnttofflce. 

I I '"is. i; tfATHIWil, P. U. 
». » ■ ■ ' 

Painting and OrapafrHit. 

**Tou any Ibat teacher waata 7011 
to get aouie paint an' a paint bmah. 

BobbyV" exelatmed n fanner. 
"YeM, »\v. lo jiiiliit pictnrea trttb," 

niiswcrcd liU cialif yeiir-oW hopeful. 

' Iht vuii 1,11 iw « liL-n I went to 
s>'liiM>l 1 li.nl I. .Is old Miii> Imrk spell 
I'ts iiii' lil« Uoi.\' III' nil' no frills or fur 
lu'lows I rci kiiii 1 11 h;iv<> to ni t eiii 
fo;- you, liiit It InokH liico a |iliin>b 
\v:istc of (line, tills luiiiilin' uf |iii'- 
tuics. " 

Ilia guoit n-lfe anilled beblud ber 
glaaaea and kept on aewlng. tloine 
time later, wben Hobby waa faat 
iisloop. site ndruttly asked tbe man en 

\i'l.ili<-(l In tin- blue linzo of While 
Hin li-y. • Itoli, NsliMt (llii .Mill K«'t v. lu-ii 
Volt were Iti l-'W* tliU aflt'ruonn'?" 

■'Why. 1 i-'ot tlio-jc ii'imlr.s for the 
-liii'dilor t'r • ''.iiil I'omc liy cxpvivss. iin' 
I saw s-iiiii' iiu i' ;;riiiK>fttilt im' orMiii;.-- 
tin" liroiiijht a U'W nloiijf. \\'liyV' 

"What nuH thu umc of l<rliit;ln' thorn 
liotue? You l<now we bad plenty ot 
bacou, potntoea, bcnna an' coffee In tbe 
pnntr,v, didn't youV 

(Jradiinlly the man struggled out of 
the Mtiinko lotiK enoueb t<> exclnlm: 

'•(llic reason I fot '('III wiis to [iIcmsc 

you. (litMt Sroii. don't you ever ari 
workoil oi:t, iir< <I to dcatb Of fBt nie:it 
nu' i-olTrc, W MiiKinV" 

"Of c'oiit>o I <Io, nu' I like grHpefruit 
an' all kitxl ■ of oiUIm an' ends tu rIvc 
me an npiu-ilto for tbe pinin, aiibst»n- 
tbil tbinga. But." and a pteaaant. nils 
cbievoua amiie «pread orer ber aufi. 
motherly face, "yon an' I were raiseii 
ou flit iiient. ooffoe nn' lota of hii-kory 
lli«, wcron't uc, IJol)?" 

I'or .-1 iiioiiii-nt the iniiu's fiue wore ii 
I)U/zli'il looU. Suiltleiily his lace clear 
ed. .111(1 he luuKl'ecI heiirtily .'ukI salil "I 
r^clwDli 1 was IJiiiler haul i.ii Itohhy 
Just now. Voii lire rl;;ht tblugs «re 
dltrercnt now. iiii' they're a lot better 
than tbey uaed to be. I see wbat yon 
are drlvln' at, motber. Vea, tbe teocb 
er wanta to nae tbe palntin' like a kitul 
er reltab or aide dlab to lieep up their 
appetite for tbe rest of tbt ererydiiy 
Bcbuol grub." 



The natunil resources of any rnuiitry 
are limited. 'I'lie only resource thut is 
wltbout a lliuit U buraau braiua. 



MRS. LARAMORE 
TELLS J;R0UBLES 

Lady in Goodwater Describes Her 
Distressing Experience and 
Teiis Uow Site Wis 
RMllylclimd. 

Qoodwater, Mo.— ''Ever daeo I was 

R little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore, 
"I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia. 

I siilfercd nnscry after Cttlag, tSd bad 
terrible heartburn. 

1 thoogM I iMd to iuffer this way as 
kMigu 1 Uved, Imt when I began to take 
Thedford't Black-Draught, in small 
'tfMMs tvery night, the heartburn was all 
gone in a few days, and 1 could cat 
without distress. 

I (00k two small packages in all, and 
although that was some tim^ ago, the 
dyspepsia has not returned. 

I speak a good word lor Thedford's 
Black-Draught whenever 1 have the op- 
portunity." 

If eating causes distrees, wa urge you 
to try Thedford's Black-Draught. It 
cleanses the system, helps the stomach to 
digest its food. regulaHs IIm bowah, sad 
sdnudatestha liver. 
It ads gentty and i^ without 
Trylt. Pt\Mc 




Others agree that it is the best; none its equal. That's 
why more of it is sold tlian any other flour coming 10 
MsysvlUe, Ky. 

M. C. RUSSELL CO. 



THE PASTIME 



it 



J»lm SttrUng, Altftrmaii' 

Imp. 

KxAtiirluK King Ut^foi. A msKii"- 
rfni Iworrti ilraiaklle friiturc; an 
uP't ) thH iiilBiiti* i>oli<i«itl draiiin. 
T«ry lljrllhDK. 

AND ORE OTHIR RODD NSTURI. 

A |>ri>yr«iii of ttin hlihett qoklt'.jr 

•ua of tlie tMtt f Mlcty, 
Wbara art joa lotac. my pratty mnldy 
To Tlia Paitlmr, klad tlr, iha aatd. 



KEYSTONE CONSTHUCTION CO. 



/ 



t^FORSALE^ 

Second-Hand Material of 
the Hall House 

^Satdby tha lame Tubitr«o Comi.Knjt. 

COUGHUN A CO. 



Maw LoaataS at tfea 



Sottthwcat Corner of Banit and Second Streeia, 
Mayavilic. Ky. 



Is BOW ready for bnainesa, wirfl a oorps ol efficient arohiUvn* 
engineera, ete., with competent workmeoahip. best of materiala* 
and will contract to build from the very amaliast to tbo grmleel 
ail>flftproo( buildings. 



S. r> THUNN, Manigw. 



EOMrIN MATTHEWS 

DENTIST. 

•■II* «, PlralfrMllMMl MMk Mmi 

.M il NVILLK, U V. 

Loaal and Lovg > Office No. SM. 
OUtaaoa Phoaaa ( Uaaldanoa Ma. ISV. 




t5:Mam 
(H:SUaiB 
tltlSpm 
•I'Mpm. 

•DaU? tliaapt Sanaa 

n. 8. KLLTS, Axtat. 



Arrtu 
..t8:l!i;pij 
~.t;:»a 1. 
.tio aua n 
•SUIpn 




L LANGEFELS 

Modern Plumbing, Steam 
and Hot Water Heating I 

High quality ol Qaa Work a Specialty. 
HandlaOnly tbe Beat ol mnterinl. Deaitv 
in Brass Valvee and Fittings, Has Htoves 
aad Baagas. All Sisss ol Sewet Pipe. 

Maytville, Ky4 



,t 
I 

•» 



Chesapeake & Ohio 
Railway. 

Sniiadula affaatlva M^r. 
2i.mt. SubjtM tocbaaga 
wlihoat Botloa. 

TRAIirs LBAVK MAYSVILLB, KY, 




la.. 8:11 a. m., 
1:13 p. ui.,dallT. 

»:Wa.m., 9:tl a. m., 
waek^daya looal. 



#ut'.f'ir'f— 
1 i>. m., n.'ii f. m., 

\U:» p. 10. (liUT. 
t:M>a. n .dallj.loaal 
• 10 a. la.. t:*U p. ai„ 

WMk i.TI ll><*ftl 

n ^^ »Mk F, A^«ot. 



Dr. F. G. SMOOT 

Eye, Ear,3^ose,' 
Throat 



—4KB— 



Chronic Diseases 



•rnoa 
e.ae le a m, « i* ai;». m. 



Buy Your Coal Now 



While prices are down and the supply 
is full. DON'T WAIT UNTIL GOLD 
WEATHER. Strikes at th^ mines 
will make the supply short i^d high 
prices will result WE HAyE 100,- 
000 bushels in our yards. BUnT NOW. 

Kanawtia and Pomeroy Coais 
Clieatnut Coke for Furnaces 

G. W. McDaniel Co. 



OFFICES 

PLUM STREET and POPLAR STREET. 



PURE LIQUORS 



THE BEST WHISKIES, APPLE BRANDY, 
PEACH BRAHDY, OIH AND WINES IMiTHE 
WORLD AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 

SatiBiaction guaranteed or money refunded. We' 



MISS IX-RA TURNBBU* aitoaUtttl la tiM 
oflaa Willi Dr. Smoot. 

MluTurDar la agrad'i>kt« ouria aad hu had 
Mttral laar* hoaplul i iiwriunoa ta tka aia ol 
UATIIS, II ASs.Kc;^ ADd I 
KI.Kn uh l I V j 
tOR TlIK 1 IIKATilK.NT UF 
( HKUNIC UlSRASKS. 
And ii fiiilf prrpartil (nr lh« wnrk. An; oaa il<' 

Jmc:'«\';^.^7i:!.7.:(l' con.!:;:^^^ bandle rectified. Wended or compounded goods of any 

bout* of a aad \i ». in aad l»o4p. i 
by appotataaaioiiiy. 



'mora ax.- 



suBdaya whatever. If quality counts, If purity is an okoect, if mou 
i aaving means anything to you, we should have your Irai 



THB LBDOBB l«*«a !■ 

i>ll, ftDd U tha ravoiitoyspa 
ur tha pea|ila. 



MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 



vTRiTa rom 
PSUiMB un. 



; 0. H. P. THOMAS & CO. "*Sc"kv 



jjlHIHI 



\\\ 



Grand Feast of 



I Tlianks^iving SPECIALS! 




\ 



Tomorrow, Saturday, We Inaugurate a 
Four-Day "Make Room Sale!" 

Thjit should break all selling rcconls. Our Mr. A. Cohou, the head of ou 
buying staff, baa spent the past lew weeks East and, with the aid ot other buyers, ha 
made some remarkable purchaiies of Holiday Goods. These gooda are now on tlu 
way and we must make room for our new Holiday Footwear. The winter season- 
acarceiy surted, we are forced to throw our present stoolc on the marlcet 

AT CLEARANCE-SALE PRICES 

Necessity demands ([iiick action; Don't wait. Be here today. It's tbe early 
buyers that get the tirat choice. Extra aales people will insure prompt attention. 



1 



Ladies' HiKb-Cirade Sbooa in nil leathers 
ID tba regular aad extra bi-cut. Tbia 
Btaaoa'a lataat otylaa. 18.60 valoaa. . 

Ladiea' Fine Bbota la all laaihtra aad 
fabriea. Mada tor tha vary beat draaa* * a qq 
art. 8| valaee ^ ■ 



Voutb'a and Little Ueuta' 8boea. 
11.50 valaaa . . i 



One lot ol llaa'a Fiaa aad Haavy Sboea. 
|2Talan . . • , 



$1.19 



Maa'a Oaiiom-Mada Sboea. Tbia aaa* 
aoa'a vary latcal nodala, io tan, gnn 
nsatal or patent, on tbe new Eogliah 
lapt or tha more conaervative atylen. 
14 valaea 

Men'a Fiaa Bboaa in all leatbara and 
atylea. Tbia aaaaon'a Tcry latest 
•tyiea. |8.S0 valuea 

Boya' Fiaa Bboaa ia all laatbera. Tbia a a . 
aaaaoa'a aawaat alylea, I2.R0 Talnea, . 9 ' • 

"•""raniL^, Rubbers wA f 



$2.4: 



DAN COHEN 



W. H. M - 
Mana 



■ "*>**a(Vi.. 




•WW" 





Ai a rule know more about 
valaet than meo, even if iti 
Id Uen'a Clothing. We are 
alwafa pleaned to have the 
w^men folks come in and see 

^i . • Mew Clothing tor Men and 

^ Mo ft. You will be pleated 
iu quality, Ityle, price and fit. 

'nr^f The only clotbing atore in 
'Mayavnie that don't have to 
\1ft»9 open on Bundaya to do 
•nongh baa'neta to make • 

^ living. There li • refteoD. I 
gaeia we kaowMd ihote who 
bay from ua. 

Geo. H. Frank & Co. 

layivillc't ForcMkt CIttblert. 



PUBLIC] 



LEDGER 



mAiebviLLM, Mr, 



SCflOOl 

NEWS 




Report uf the Uayavilla Public Schoolt for 
the tkltd month, eadiag Friday, Novmbcr 
ttd. 1912: 

£aroZ. Tiird y 
Firat Dietrlet ,....187 12 

Foront Avenue 154 4 

.Sixth Ward 81 3 

Higb S'<hool ISuildiDg, (eioept 

High Sobool) 262 24 

Bigh Sohool 160 16 



Total 

Colorad Sohoola. 



.784 



69 
26 




r.rund total i. 1.017 84 

Ths (ollowioe roomt htd ac tardioe«« doriag 
Ike aoatb: MIm WoImI, ^aa Uoyd. H. 0. 
•N*, Wai Miaaa Gray, a^ W. H. Boat- 

the followiog rcoma sada lha 
...^.I'aTaraga: 

Third Crtie, UinfilUiDa dray. 

Foartb Urado, Uida DiciiiOG. 

Fiftk Grade. Ut. Dale. 

Siith Grade, yr. Hale. 

Sevaolb r)ra1e, Ur. Borry. 

Eigbtb Grade, Urr. U. D. Uanh. 

Tka fallawtag vara parfeet la apalliag foe 
tha moDth: Nao Chpnuutt, CieorRla CarriKan, 
Bobart Sharp, Lyala Bertram, Willie FarUjr, 
■walaaa Traxal. Mary Vaaea. WUliaa Ball. 
Bliaabatb Calrert. Fraooaa Power, Fraaeea 
Marah ami Mirgaret Klowerr. 

Total Dumber of vititora duriog tiia Kootb, 



3. W. Eradner, 
Saparlatoojaai Pablie Sohoola. 



V 




t the coaoty acb mla fur the Boatk 
r as to the arerage atteodaooe: 
.yslick 274 

aaaa •••••aaaaaaaooao 67 

UinerTa 105 

UurpbytTiUa 47 

SbSBBOS • ••aaa • 87 

PlO^iOVtt •••aa asaaoeaeaisaa* StT 

Oklahoma 84 

Swdia 110 

Lawlsbarg . 54 

OranKeburK 125 

Rwotorrllle 81 

Sprisgdala 40 

Faralaaf 80 

Hehron 32 

Plaaaaol Uid^e 30 

8alam .... ....*«.••...••... 86 

WaehiDgtoa 41 

Hilltop 21 

Balooa •* ....... .*••• 40 

Wadoaia ••..«* 85 

Ookwoodi 23 

Baroard 88 

Hoat^ RIploy 16 

BaasUy 24 

' rne 8 

aoabarg 92 

aflMiae. 26 

•Inib 29 

<iag fiao 17 

Dovalag 21 

Gaolt 23 

Parry 29 

Llaastoaa 17 

Kay tt 

CWared dMaala. 

UaysUek 75 

Wuklagtoa 43 

I^fawiabarg. .......... ....*.«.. 22 

Ualaaa 22 

Okarlaitoa. 15 

.. 20 

7 

26 



' <a mnr* Caurrb in ibu mctloD of tb* 
^aa "I oth«r Ultfittei put tuKetbnr, and 
^it(«w yean it%t luiipoied tu tie Incui- 
Igrvat maoy yrart UoctortprDuouiioad 
■Liaaieaod pceacrllH'd Uxial remedlaa, 
■Unity fall log to cure wltb looal traat- 
^.^unoed It Inourabla. tialanea baa 
^ h to b« aooDitUatloaal dlaaaaa aad 
' ^j«aouBi|ltutloaallraalmant. Ball's 
k maaiifaiMarad by r. J.CbasaTA 
% laMMaekr aoDitltutlonal eara oa 
^ ^mnnUj, In doaaa from 
taauairaaUy eaiba 
jsl Ike syslsai. TiMy 
raayoaaalltaUato 
Vd MattaaMlala. M 
l«a.ToM»,0. 



RiK oro«d weal eel t* Fiomlagsbarg ysitar- 
day. Calaaal DavM Boehlager oa a eaao 
led tke d elete*^- 

Ura. Mary Kaslgart, the faienMo aatkar 

or Mr. C. F. ^welKert. reUkratad bar figbty- 
fifth birtbdaj featerdiy at thsir beautiful 
sakarkaa home, "Ko<iemont " 

Qaeaerqaa Tribe No. 880 I. 0. R. H. waa 

orgsn!z>d laat olRbt at Haleaa, Wjaodotta 
Tribe of Maysville dolnx tbe booors sod pot- 
Mag tke Mw nsmbars through ths ropef. 

A Reminder 

Limit for cooaty tsxM NoTsabar 80th. 
Don't wait till iba last day. Olee wHI ke 
elaied each day at 4 o'clock. 

W. B. Haoiot, 
Sbariff ef Meiea Ceaaly. 
^ a«T. 

Young Victim of Sliooting is Dead 

OwiNoaviLLa, Kv., Morsmber 25h.— Etrl 
R«M. tke yonag aaa wka was sket dstarday 
algkt at BsM Eag:a by John Sondy, liTrd In 
an oncnniriouii condilioo Dotil midnight Sunday 
night, when he died. Sundy dsniss all koovl- 
sdge of Ike abootlag. Hs l« la Jail bare. 

RIST STABLE TO BE REBUILT 

The llTsrystsblaof Mr. Bruce Kiat.abiehaa' 
destroyed h)llro oalsst ThnradayniKbt, at Ahei- 
dooa wkea keloat kis koaH,twe keraaa sad llrery 

Tfhicleii, etc., will be rebuilt at uoce, the work 
haTing baso commanoed Umday. 

Tka aew liverf etablo will ka 80i80 feet, 
one story and larga loft, and will bs con- 
Ktruotad of fraao with galvaa aad walls and 
roof. 

Akerdaea's livory kastaeso la ita aMaf f as- 

ture snd Ur. Rl*t, wb ) I i.tt beaTily froip tbe 
fire, will aooa be aaabled to again reaams hia 
tbrlTiDg bosiaast. 

Be aarriad $1 SOO laaeraaea ae Ike kiread 
stmeterea. 

DIABOLICAL PLANS 

OF McNAMARAS 

HoMaalgal deelarad ikat J. B. MoNsmsrs 
bsd slated that be had perfectnd an electrical 
arraegoBsat by whioh he ooold caota explo- 
aioaa while ailaa away; ikat ke waa going to 
Loo Aogalsa, nndaraiae the aeqasdact sad 
watnrworkK, thxn put bombs at difT^reot parts 
of tbe city aud Mow the whole city off the 
aap. "Tke people will tktok," MaNamars 
was quoted as saylag, "ikat there has beea 
another aarlbqoaka like tkat at Ssa Fisa- 
I elaeo." 

MaMaaigal elao gave dotaila of a plot ka 
■al l KM hatched by J. J. UoNaaara to kldW 
I op ths Pansms Csnsl. 

j Aodn w Carnegie eelebreted hie' 77th' 

birthday jeattrdty Nt hie home in 

i New York. 

I • ' 

' Tbe total death list in the tire panic 

in a motion p'cture show at Bilboai 
bpaio, Duiubers 7'2, 50 of whom were 
I obildrtD. 

New York, November 24th.— A 
young nmntear boier fell deftd In the 
ring here laet night before • blow had 
been etruck. 

Vbrsaillbs, Ky., November 2-M.— 
Id a quarrel ovrr a dog, Frank Uraig 
shot aud killed Frank Faul. Both 
are lermere. ^ 

PHiiiADgLFHiA, Nuvembtr 25tb.— 
Dr. Anon Hownrd Shaw «m thie al* 

teruoon re-elected President of the Na- 
tiunal Womaa'a duflrage Aeeoeiktion. 

At Rochester, N. Y., Preaident Bam- 
ucl Oompers of the American Federa- 
liuD ul Labor is seriously ill at his 
botel and ie threatened with pnea* 
mouia. 

McKobtrte, the hoatling mining 
metropoiieot lietcher eoantyiwill wel- 
come its first regular passenger train 
over the L. d £. Diviaioo ol the L>, & 
N. today. 

Chicauo, November 26tb,— Ten 
dead and 26 iniaiad are elMuged to 
tbe 1912 football aaaeoa whieb eloaed 
(Saturday. Laet year there were 14 

dead and 67 injured. 

Fraskfort, Ky., November 25th.— 
Mrs. Virtiiuia Davall, widow ol the 
late Judge Alvin Davall, died here 
lael algbt from tbe inBmlUea ol old 
age. Mra. Davall waa 27 yeara of 
•ge. ^ 

On a charge ol (ailiag to take out a 
bunting license, Edward Hcheider, a 
noo'iesident ol Kenlueky, waa fined 
|2S and ooete Monday Moralog by 
Jodge Oleary la the Kealon Ooanly 
Ooort. 

At Halem, Masa., tbe late of Joseph 
Ettor, Arturo Qiovanitti and Joaaph 
Garaao, charged with the reeponaibil- 
ity lor iba mBrder of Anna Loplaao, 
in a euikarink at Lawranoe lagt winter, 
will not be kdowa aatil townorrow. 



ICHES. 



Those who h«ve acquired qaim no secret 
for it. Their success csme tiirough the sav- 
ing of money in a systematic way. It is 
simply a cue of not permitting waste to rob 
them of tomorrow's wealth. 
Resolve to sive— stsrt todays 

UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO., 

MAYSVILLE, KY. 



Yale Football Receipte 

YsU's football rooalpis for ths ssosoa 
will asnaH te eeeciy 170,000. 

or this rum the gMae wilk lervarf eea> 
ttlbatsd 184,00}. 

Tka gaaM with Priaoeloa wu aoit with 
IS8.000, wklb tke Brewe gaae aad arieor 
eoatee|a kreeghk la aeerly 110,000 aere. 



CtptBln John E. Welle Very Mi 

Mrp. C. W. Aitkin of FlemingnburK l« hern 
at the bedfide of h.ir father, Captain John E. 
Wells, who is quits ill si kia koas iu Forest 
avi Boe. Tke galleat Oaplala kaa a reiord for 
kravery Ie tke Ovll War Uat vary few aoMlara 

sorolled on the rcrolln nf their rdtinlry. can 
nia'm. Al lbs bslile of Franklin, a alaughtar 
bouse ef earaag*. Oaptala Walls waa rigkt la 
tie tklok ef tbe Bgbt. Bora'a hopine that he 
will not yet airlks hIa eolora. evaa U Iks gria 
muDfter — Dsaih. 




BTBWART-rAMrBKLl. 

Mis« Graci Campbull and Mr. Jeaso Stewart, 
bitb well known in Aberdeea and vielaity, 
•ere aarried at Wool Uatoa, Ofelo, yasurday. 

Aft^r a «hort vieit in L"irclnn»li they will re- 
aide wiib the groom's psreota near Aberdeen, 
eatil Marek 1st, wkai tkay will go to keeae- 
seopiag oa Dr. 8. A. Lamklia'a fara aoar 
Aberdeae. 

wCa to/ Mark ets. 

oouMTBV raoBvca. 
r.>aoHtD| ata tbla murnlDg'a qaoutloas oa 

ooantryi)ro(lace,l«lepbuLBil •iw i ou.c. l.y I-.l- 
MaaolissMr.Maeagaiot itia Kayawna Oomuier 

lal OJmpaaVi 

a««i. Ion ilT. pet aoaea..— eta 
•* _iaa 

Balier — ■ 

Turkey. »...»»~~.ieo 

HeDa.V 

SpilDiara.lH »soaoh.««.~..— -l** 

Old Boosters. ^e 

B«M>1M. pardo s sa -'t-M 

mataviLu aaraii. BAaase. 

^Pi^eesj'Jeea 

Ooaloll.koadUfkt.f eat — • >* • - 

00*00, • 

QoldenByrap, V «*> •* • 

liolaaaea.neworop, V «»1 *" ® 

llolaaaea, old crop, |) gal. - 

aorahom, fancy n««, » gal 

Bnaar.yeilow, V » 6^ - •_ 

■otar.eiira.C.. » tt> • ^ 

Sa(ar,A..V » — ' * • 

aogsr, granulated. V S> 7 © •• 

gofar, powdered, V B> 10 

Baaar.Maw Orlaani, V » 

Taae.V » »" » 

iYMMoMaiMt (^uniry rroUue*. 

Apples, dried, V a.—..." ® ■ 

llMoa.breakta|t.f a *0 © 30 

Baeea.olear sides, V a....... d " 

BaooB,Hams.V a ~. » *^ 

BMOB, aboaldeis, V a...» ^ 

lie*as,VBal...........~.~~. •« M> O W 

Buiier.f a..».....'.~~.~~~- H O »» 

Bggs. 9 doSa 1111 eo " 

Pleat, Jegeteoa, 9 bbl e.0M • «. 

near. Ailpha, V bbl . » » • - 

PetfMU6B.M.M..~~ * " 

Pla«f,Otahaa,Vsaafe....~.~~. «o O ■ 

Homlay f gaU.M... ^ 

Honey. V a....».>..«....~...~...»" 16 © >*> 

Lard.V a. J '* 

Meal.V paok - — 4 ... 

Potaioea, V pack ~. » © 

Young Cbloksas, V ^> ~>.*.~. O ' 

A pplea, table— .....»«...»....» ^ ® '^^ 

UanaBaa, V do8ea.M~M. 16 tt 

LamuDa, V dossB..M« «m...~m..- <U O '■ 

LImna, V <lo*eo " O 

Plaaappisa, can. a load ''^ ■■■ 

UaatetBlaOraogea *) H W 

UINUIMMATI UAKKBTM. 

UMCMIIaTti MuT. Hi itlt. 

antppeta .^!!!li...".Je W 

— aaeeasssssseoase—eoeaee— aw.^ ^"^^ 

UawaataHetSioaua ¥1 tOoM « 

Ooeaiooboloe..MM..»........t6 savOv W 

Ooasawate rab...«..~~~..e4 Tioee lO 
Bolfers,oaifa. .... ..wM.M...te satpeo W 

Qood 10 okolas m..>...~..~-~M MftN oe 

OMiate to f alt.....M tt«l> M 

■ Oows,esiia.»M.M».». M MOO W 

a«edtooaeloe..M.M. •« btOtfts* 

Oeaaoaiofair.... W v«a4 » 

OaaBeis.».M.~.M.... W a&o** w 

BaUa,bolOBaa ** 7t«MB w 

Balfa«M.M.M.M..MM.M.....MM.ie H^ib di 

PatkaUs.MM M.mM.lb HHi tb 

BStMasa**aaeaeMea*ie«»«*****Maea«iV ffl^lV 19 
^^lVto(004 so»ees»oo»os»oswaa.W fll^^O ^ 

Heavybo|S....J!!r!..*. — r »nor s's 

Paakois aad batahers K ^vtl»^ » 

Mlaad paobsia..... S'V^? so 

8u«s.M.. „.„».-.».« M •ibdiXb n 

Heavy falaewa..~. « f^i^ 

Bitta -»« 

Llahitblppata. M 

Plgs.llOpoaads aadlesa.16 iSOST » 

Biira T^.'. assNoasM 

Oood to ehotea...> es lUOSS 7& 

Oommonlotato.M.M. 41 SO(Mt U 

Xaaief. 

Bitra. rcoos 

Oood to eholee M W 

OeaaoBtetaU. M 6UOM t5 

TaaMlaga. eiM«ei« 

a*«a(. 

Me. atOd 1 «••> 0« 

Me.lfag.....mM. •«•> W 

Va.diad M.mn..kMiM.~.M<.«M. W0 ta 

No. t white ?*!!^.. e»l •IU 

Bo.lyallow. •> M ^ M 

Ma. e ialsadM.M.M.M.M.M.M«« 4e ^ eiH 

(Ml. 

Mo. I white .IIS •MM 

Mo. I mliad MM«N 

irey. 

Mo I timothy 110 ee«ei8 ■ 

We.Bltaiothy 110 00«|1S 10 

■o.a tiBMMhy JM oi«eii oa 

Mo.l eloTsr ....IlT OO^eiS «e 

■o.tolever ■lawl»......4ia lecglf le 

lla.ealai»talasd.......eM eiiBW «e 



TRAXEL'S 
THANKSGIVING 
MENU 

Vanilla Cream. Chocolate Cream. 

Cherry Crcnrr. 
Caramel Cream, Tutti Fruitti. 
feach Cream. 
Bisque Cream. Neapolitan Brick. 
Frozen 8ultaua I'udding. 
Pineapp'e Ice. Orange lee. 
Frticn Turkey. 
Try 
Our Cakea. 
Yon Will Always Have a Sweet 

Mi'mnry 

i f I li' 1 : 1 1 1 iinncs''. 



A pns's of ssvsrsi botdred mea and two 

l> ickri of bloiidbooDdi> tro nn the (rack of a 
buritUr who shot two meo sod robbed seraral 
buoass BoarCoilias, 

MISS MOORE'S MUSIC CLASS 

The lapmvsasat Clab, ooaposad of asa- 
bars of Mils Moora's aeslo aiase will aaat at 
her stadi.) tbij tvaaiag to diioaie tke aebjeet 

of 'Technic. " 
FoeMoae asie foataroa af tke aasleal art 

will bo di^ru8.ad, from th4 im-t^nr to the 6n- 
ifbed siliat. and a aosl oxetlloal msotipg ia 
certain to resoU. 



Xo Charge! 



JdterllMfifittt unili 
thtkraatnuiof lUii. 
inmlfif," "SUuaHoiu 
nviii<«<i." " iMl" mnJ "AmM." aiHl ne< ejNwnflnp 
(hrrr lliut <« fanoTA, cr. fMMM to uU. 

•VW* W wa l masB Mw n lla e iswSB l« B or< o < 
«rl(lra«t pay. 

// nn*v«r« /<itf r« roBM fAa jtr«l Hme. tt* inrU* mi 
Ki'iiiv l eprtuiotu at are ntrrttatytt ecfur* u'Aat you 
ftt ri lite /.>r. H'e wtth adirwrlttm to /nl that (.W| 
tf nut impaling »tt u« ft|r tiling our /TO* cehiSHia. 
Br'AJi'trllitri MfsT furntih MMT.IfAIrA tan S* 
ttft at th$ o/tti or Mirf ti/ ntiil. 

TMM rVMLIV l.SVGCH. 
Ao, It Sou TMntatroH. 



AdvrTlUtmfnIi uiufer IA<J Aao/f not 'rrreitlnt 
$v» linn. 10 ctnli tach inirrlton, or tO eenu a ti/itk 



7ASini) IIO\ -Al SFW YORK STORK 



llfAN TKD-I'LACi: TO WORK On Satur 
VT diya BLd after «ek Ml. RUKKRT WUM- 
IILK. ISO Weal aeeond atrret. 



tlf j\N'TRD— Mea acd wcta'n to lellourChrl.t- 
V > iiiit* uoodfi m'ike apivmiid gifis for men, 
ni 'ii. rtilldren. ttell on aUh*. Larye prunts. 
Ki)»ri>'iir..uoBioi'eaary. Wealiow you h.iw. Ad- 
c1^e^» vi'»ker Knit. l.lflO Cheamut »t . I'hiln.. Vn. 



WANTKlJ - A money linker. U jaranterd 
ll<>ii«r> tu neaf'T. Our prop. )tliu>ii liaat. 
tk\'. i.iher. # 0 i-r (lay. Writs Iniiui-Uiiiiely. 
tjl'AKKR lllY MII.I.s, II aoatb Sli:.enlli 
iireei. I'lilladf iphta. 1'*. norlliet 

WANTED— White oreuloredtflrl to do generel 
bou.e work. Apply to Um ;i. Maytvllle. 

Ky . R. I^ No. i. 

WANTKD-l»Bt;oMI) HANO OCOTHINO- 
Kor both men and women; oTcrooata, 
ladlea' oloak*, undentekr, white andartklrt.. etc. 
Al.n will buy coiar.>tt., WlaoliatS and .li.ett. 
Will oall at home. J U. BBAOl'ORU. *t Kmi 
Kro n t aireet. 'I'bo ue ah. i a u 1 ly 

rpUE J. T. MACKEY TRAM«PER COMP▲^ V 
J. will move anyihtaa any time any plana. 
Odloa Qeorga W. Chllda elgar Staatf, i Waat Sec- 
ond atiaal, MayaTllle, By. 'i>heB« Itt. }«• ty 




Tke gage aerke 7.0 aad falllaff. 
• • • 

The araaewaad peiNe ap toelgkt for 

Pomoroy. 



If It's ROOKWOOD 

It'. SMtf COFFEE 

There'. leTPral gradrt. but im lur. It'. Rookwood 

30c to 40c Per Pound 

o.ie i>uund paakagsa. Oao peaad aaaa. All 

(rucer.. 

The E. R. Webster Co. 



PHYSICIAN! 



OPTICIAN! 



Tour physician ran treat suiT»?f fully 
all oriiinury eye di«-nmi' If an 
operut 00 ix nece^'ally h» will refer 
you to a KQ.AL eperlaliat in eye po-- 
fiery. Wb^n glaHneit are opr>-Pii«rT 
hs will adriHH you to nee thH gliilled 
optician, eoe who knoas g'lMf'-a from 
A to Z. lie will tell you to go to 
Simpann becauiie he knowe that the 
man who .peeislises Is lbs OBO te 
oonsult about his epecistty. 



J. A. SIMPSON, 

psooad Ploot Pirot Vatleaal Baak. 
MATaviLldl, KT. 



Adx^txttmrnft unttrr lAif \tait\ng.not tteoidini 
4t. (lui 10 ciuli eath imrrlitu, or SO eotUt a wmA 



LIOR SALK-UALK POLAND CHINA UOO- 
X; Large .Dt iiah for tarviea. Apply to L. 0. 
MALTBY. WathtBgwa. BCTlBIt 



FOB 8ALR-TMRF.E IRAK OLD IIOR8E- 
Cba.p; Buti Ie .oid ml one'. Api^ly to 
J. H . UAHPKNTKK, 1.. A N. offia.. noSl Iw 

li^OB SALE— Sine Walnut Book Ca.e and brc- 
f r< ury >■ mblc* '. H' il M 'i m set, W.iSrnlj. 
•id t> Mirdi >r niii- llr;i>.r]. c^ri'-i A) | ly .t 
Jud|{e W.ll . rriid II : ii. riyl<T 



Xoak 



AdvrtutmtnU i.n4*r MM 
Sul ndvortturi ouut fumith 



lAa 



12H>UND-I.ADIEB'8ATCHBL, GI.ASE4 AND 
f MONEY-On GarMantown pika. Call at 
H. 0. WBblA lie Easl Third siftat, MaysvlUe, 
ard Id Btify 



LOSi'-BI.acK ^II.K flOABP-Batwaea May. 
Tllle •III w.,bu>tiaB OB IiSStngton rotd. 
"BolurD t.i K. K. MALTIIT, Waahlattoa, ly^ 

LOST — BELT PIK — Between 61. Patrick'. 
Cbureb and Wall atiwn Busday. Plaaae 
saiata to M Maskst sueot. 




Cartoons Tell Men 
Than 200 Columns 

The WoricTs BMt laoh Monti! 

" -tDonn fri.ni (taiHes anil werldiea piiblislied b 
I. r.iu''. i>, LondJii, IJubliii, Pans. Iterlln 
i iii.^^h. \ierna. Warsaw. Hiulapest, St, Pelrra 
■)•, Ai:r lordam.StuieBan.Tiuiii, Rome. IJstxjn 
J 1 !«, 'loKio, Snanghai. Sydney. C.inud.i. am 
tU AntcricB. md all the jrert citiaa of ibt 
. arid. OiUr lha no beak oat of MOO cartaoa 
.tch month, are selected. 

. .Picture History d Wertfa Evonla laea Mailt 
)A(t;HAIQN CARTOOWS- Follow tht 
^.l.^.■.;l:•> i'> , C ARTOONS " and w.itchthe oppoa 
'.iH partiea c.mcatura each other. 

vsAMLv auaac w i ro oii ei J» ai m i a oorv ta, 

I It liw •Hule nrr aOI beBMM hr aS*Mtaw tke a>b 

li.be>, II. IliWIKDItOa. ilSW. WJiI m Hw S lie W . CMIcao 

AtK YOUR NEWSDEALER 





For SALE 

OTTO HOUSE 



The beira have bad ne rednee 

the price on the Otto house on 
Linoestone to a figure that 
any one who wants a home or 
wants to make an investment 
should not hesitate to take 
bold. We will sell you this 
house for lees thnn one like 
it can be buiit and make 
yon a preeent ol tbe lot. 

TliosL.£waii&Co 

REAL ESTATE 

■ — A N D 

LOAN AGENTS 

MAYSVILLE. KY. 



PARMBRS' and 
TRADgaS' BANK. 



NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY 
A SWEEPER-VAC 

We have over 230 ittified 

customerg who tre using this 
wonderful sweeper. 

Phone or drop us a card 
and we will be glad to come 
to your home and demon- 
stra^ the Sweeper- Vac. 

We also have a large and 
complete line of high-claM 
furnitare. 

Come and let ui show 
you, 

SMclLVAIN, HUMPHREYS 
& KNOX, 

• Funeral Directors andjEm- 
balmeri. Furniture Dealers. 

207 Sutton Strttt 



Oply 20 Shopping Days 
Until Christmas 

Do your buying ekrly, mf time aad troaM* And get 

whatypuwMit. 

^ ^Mpmy Uiefnl, attraotlTe preeentaput up hi lorelyhoU- 

day boxes. 

Always highly appreciated; H oeiery,aU styles and kinds 
10 cents to $1.60 a pair. Very tpeel*! flllk HOM Md Bfelf 
Hose in lovely boxes $1 box. 

Handkerchiefs from Ic to $2. Many speoially boxed. 
Remember it fkom Hoefllch's andoos!: more than 10 oenta, ttiey 
are linen— the ktnd that will be a pleasure to use for many 
months. 

Novelties of many kinde— Beads from Venice, Novelties 
from Qprmany. Lovely boxes for many fancy articles. 
Purses, Barrettes, Ribbons, Laces; Neckwear, in almopt end^ss 
variety. Blankets, Rugs, Home-made Qomforti. OiurtaiBe, 
so., are always highly appreciated and last longest. 

It will piy you to get the Hoeflich habit. Oome here first. 

ROBERT L HOEFLICH, "'»^J%u. 



Daily 
Meat Market! 

W. A. Wood ft Bro. 

a»a Mwkot SHcat 
niMiaaSS. MAWttWUMB, KT. 

(In tlu.lnri. 10 Yaar..) 

SATURDAYS 
From Now to January lot, 1913 

Lard }2yiQ 

Plate and Brliket.. 9e 

Chuck lie 

Rib lae 

Best Cuts Roast and 
Steak 15c 

We bKTt' ( ur Ht'j.-« r.'i'iy »nii .lau|blariBa 
hnu.e la ihp be.l .i.nltarjr coiidllloB Of Bay in 
tha cit; and we ioTlie looal, atats orfOVtraaiSDt 
iD.peotioQ. Wel.uy the beat stock OB tkO BSar- 
ketBBdaellat the luvre.t pric. 

We Want 
Butchers' Stock and Hides. 



Will Save Yon From 20 
Per Cent, to 40 Per 
Ceot. on 

Watches, 
Diamonds, ' 
Jewelry 

WALSH, 




Jeweler tad 

Optician 

229 MarkU 8I.S MiyavHIt, Kya 




UNION MADE 
HAND MADE 
BEST MADE 



Go lden Glory 

"ULOHiUVHhX tiOUU" 



POWEIt & DAULTOa 
CIQAR CO. 

HiRaaa 

UAYSVIL.LR, KV. 



EatabUshed Reputaiipjnl 

For safety and good methods should surely be 
considered in tbe select # i of a Bank. Tho Stltt 

NatiOMl it taeking ywirtfuslnott. 

CONSERVATIVE. COURTEOUS. SAFE. 

The Stale National Bank 

I'HAS. O. PEHRCE, E. T. KIRH, H. C. SHUmPp 
PreuUento Vice PrmaUeni, CaaMer. 




Daylight Window Displays 

at Night 

It is wonderful how beautiful and attractive win^ 
dow displays are under tbe pure white raya of 

ELECTRIC LIGHT I 



A weU-droioed window pioperlj iUnminftted ii 
like a beanttflil piotait. Wt OMi make joura 
tTMtive. 



MAYSVILLE GAS CO. 

Names of Famous Malcer 



.ON ALL OFOURi 




Suits ^ Ovcrco? 



JptejalJUqutsi. 

9oot0ortii0 BAfeFMaewevtfe 

M<winiu •/ <A(< pa/ter. •>' wAmi buytn- vto4t from . 
nterrAnnf wK^-iit triiir^n^t t\pr .^ri in ikii jkqkt 
•ur reader, ara oj^Mt'i.'lv Tf.juriUi i» uml* lAai tav 
Ma aMrH«'<"X tm Tbb Pvaua LbbMB 
OOtf you *olSln0, WMT « WMJ »« 
a«IA<A« 



You will find the names of the makers on ALL .of oiJ 
goods; naiued you know; names that are respectcil the worl| 
over. This is the atore that handles only recognirfsd atandarf 
lines thnt have won and held public confidence. Kvery JSr 
we sell, whether $30 or (10, is backed by the maker's gu.^ 
antee and our own. Test the rsllabilitj 01 thia store. Le? 
why it is deserving ol your patronage by gettiilg one of th 
Suits or Overcoats or a pair ol our Shoes. Just try them 
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