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and goods for less inonoy, ,
Is to bo found.
50c to $1.50
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Mavsvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
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CARRANZA WILLING TO
Washington, April 30. Svlft do
volopments in tho Mexican crisis that
brought Carranza,' tho Constitutionalist
chief, within tho scopo of proposed sot
tlomont plans, proscntcd n broadened
flold of endeavor to tho South Amori
can mediators today, and it was bo
lloved thoir next movo would bo n
roquosfc for n'n nrmlstieo between
lluorta and tho northoru rebels.
Carranza 's entry into this first big
nttompt of rnn-Aniorknn diplomacy
was confirmed early today by his ac
ceptance in prMciplo of tho tender of
tho good ofllccs of Argentina, Brazil
and Chile. His reply forwarded from
Chihuahua, thanked tho envoys for
their offor "in attempt to solve In a
poacoful and friendly way tho differ
ences between Mexico and tho United
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Miss Ncttio FilsonBrocn of Losing
, ton, is tho guest of Mrs. John I.
Mrs. llattle Morris, of Maysvillo, is
'the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arlio
,- Sparks. Vauceburg Sun.
Mr. Cecil Sharp is hero from Jenkins,
Ky., for several weeks visit to his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet C. Sharp of
Mrs. Leon Schloss of Philadelphia is
vlsjting her brothers, A. L. Merz and
. Eugeno Merz and is stopping at the
East End homo of Mr. A. L. Merz.
. Miss Adalino Laubley returned to
her homo in this city yesterday after a
'pleasant Visit with her sistor, Mrs. Johtr
, . Sciiutzmtfnn, of Cincinnati.
Mrs. Thomas Oilmoro of Richmond,
Va., was called hero to ntttMd tho fu
neral of Mrs. Katib Daniels Donovan
'anil Is tho guest of Mrs. John O'Kcefe
i of Market street.
Mrs. Molly Powers, Miss Jennie
Buchanan, Miss Qillispio and Miss Mc-
iKibben of Augusta, wero guests of
Mrs. Fanner Hays at tho llarboson
i Mr, Edward Coroy and Mrs. Anna
ItColley, of Paris, Mrs. A. C. Collins, of
rCovington, and Sirs. Baltz Yago, her
d.aughtor, Miss Rosa, and two sons of
Newport wero hero to attend tho fu
neral of Mrs. Mark Donovan.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Seip have return
ed to their homo in Cleveland, Ohio,
after n brief visit to Mrs. Seip's pa
rents, Mr. ntod Mrs. T. J. Currey of
.East Second streot. Mr. Seip was, call
ed homo by tho death of his fntherMr.
fhn Seip of Russollville, Ohio.
iTho police census of Cleveland shows
population of tho city to bo 0C8,803.
Jbf. C. P. Caywood has been elected
printondent of tho High School at
Ssburg, at a salary of $1,150 per
dlators said to bo waiting for
ta's conditions utatl it looks us if
na'rket was doing the samo thing.
seems no pressure of stock, how-
on tno sngnt reaction.
jtRKBY TRIAL POSTPONED.
Rambus. Ohio. Tho trial of. Wil-
IKlrktfy, former member of tho
tbiltailwnv CommissiiAi. indicted on
chalrgo of bribery, was not entered
'won At the timo set for tho case. Pros
utin'gV Attorney Turner asked a post
pnoment and Judgo Rathmell set the
o over to Mny 11.
' To Observe Armistice.
"Washington, April 30. Secretary
Bryan announced today that the South
American envoys scoking to mediate
in tho Moxican crisis havo been noti
fied that this government "would ns
sumo that thcro would bo Mo hostilities
between tho United States and the
lluorta government during tho progress
Washington, April 30. Tho report
from Mexico City that tho port of Man
znnillo on tho Pacific coast had been
bombarded by an American warship
was denied at tho White House today.
OHIO'S SMALL DEBT.
The Director of tho Census has issued
a bulletin showing that tho bonded in
debtedness of Ohio has been steadily
decreasing si'neo 1SS0. In that year il
was $2,542,000, and in 11)12 it was only
$2,000,000. The special debt obliga
tion to public trust funds advanced
from $4,014,000 to $5,t55,000 in 1012.
Tho per capita debt for 1012 was $1.05
or $2.47 less than tho per capita debt
of forty-eight other States. Ohio has
5.1 per cent, of the total population.
MRS. SIMPSON SHOT HERSELF
Pindlng of tho Grand Jury in the
Lexington, Ky., April 30. The Fay
otto County grand jury has reported
that Mrs. Laura Wilder Simpson, who
was found dead in her homo t.i Feb
ruary 22 with a bullet wound in hor
head, fired tho shot 'herself. Tho pres
ent investigation was instigated by
Laurence Simpson, the husband of the
dead woman, who had been connected
by rumor with tho case. Tho jury re
ported that it had agreed unanimously
that it was a caso of suicide.
UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE DAY
Tomorrow Saturday, May 2nd. Wom
an's Declaration of Independance
Will Bo Road. Dr. Barbour
To Mako Address.
In observance of Universal Suffrage
Day a mass meeting will bo held nt the
Court Houso Saturday, May 2nd, at 2
o'clock j). m. Addresses will bo made
by Dr. John Barbour and Hon. Allen
D. Cole. The Woman's Declaration of
Independence will bo read nnd Reso
lutions authorized by tho National
Amorican WomaM Suffrage Association
offered for adoption.
Patriotic songs will bo sung by the
entiro audience, led by tho High School
quartette, with piano and violin accom
paniment. If you boliovo in woman suffrago,
como and help swell tho nudienco nnd
havo your faith strengthened. If you
nro in doubt, como and let Dr. Bar
bour and Mr. Colo help you to a decis
ion. If you aro opposed or think
you aro opposed, como see how strong
are tho nrguments against you. A large
nudienco should hear these speakers.
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AYBE it is an old fashioned
idea this notion of putting all
the value possible into the car
itself and as little as possible
into overhead expense-
But it has eiven the Paige a posi
tively dominant position among
cars of medium price
Ample capital for operating pur
poses no bonded indebtedness
nn vrp55?vf rflrnrnlizntinn no
eavy overhead of any kind to be
Sdpllar of car value for
Sthe selling price.
Mhe Paige is
T,r trrttwa vnnnirnr evorv
day." And his now photographs
.H Mm n n. T.
Tho old portrait takon twonty
yoars ago, mado him look so
sorlous and old fashioned not a
bit liko ho really Is.
Wo wouldn't part with It of
course. But Isn't It splendid to
havo a plcturo of him as WE
know hlra Just as ho looks to
day. And father says that bo's glad
ho gavo in and had It mado
that having your plcturo taken Is
far from an unpleasant oxporl
Tho Photographer In Your Town.
All now designs in Wall Papor and
Rugs at IIENDEIOKSON'S.
FOR KENTUCKY FAIR TODAY;
SATURDAY CLOUDY AND WARMER,
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephoned nt
0 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old Hens 13c
Spring chickons I3o
Geesa . 9c.
Cincinnati, April 30. Receipts for
tho past 24 hours aro as follows:
Cattle, 485; hogs, 2030; sheep, 500.
Cattle Steady and quiet. Shippers,
$0.758.20, extra $8.35; butcher steers,
extra $8.108.25, good to choice, $7.25
8, common to fair $5.75"0.85; heif
ors, extra $S.158.35, good to choico.
Bulls Steady to strong. Bologna
$5.750.75, extra $0.85, fat bulls $0.75
Calves Steady. Extra $8.75, fair to
good $78.50, common and largo $5
Hogs Slow and all grades 10c lower.
Selected (heavy $8.C08.5, good to
choico packers and butchers $S.G08.05,
mixed packers $8.558.00, stags $4.50
Sheep Steady. Extra $5.35, good to
choico $55.25, commcM to fnir $3.50
Lambs Steady. Extra $7, good to
choico $0.500.90, common to fair $5
G.25, spring lambs, $G0.50.
Wheat steady 0S99; corn steady 72
72&; oats steady 4040,; ryo firm
LAUNDRY Woo Juno Laundry, 225
Markot streot, wilt call for and do
liver all work and wo guaranteo sat
WANTED Young girl to stay with
small family of thrco. Writo Mrs.
Cash Brovard, Augusta, Ky. l-0t
-Boy at tho New York
WANTED Work by girl as waitress or
general housework. Phono 620.
WANTED An experienced girl for
general houso work. Small family
and good wages. Apply to Mrs. God
frey Hunsicker. Tolophono 142.
FOR RENT 7-room houso on Fifth St,
Apply to W. R. Smith nt Beo Hive,
FRO RENT House. Apply to Mrs. Wm.
Lai ley, Lindsay St., or Loonard &
Lally, Markot streot. 28-Ct
FOR RENT Threo-room flat, water,
yard, coal houso; to colored family,
without children. 51 E. Front streot.
FOR SALE 1 5-year-old bay h'orso.
One buggy; 1 sot hnrucss; lap robe;
storm front nnd rain apruM. Buggy
only been used sinco last "Octobor.
Horso very gontlo and city broke,
will not scare at automobiles, street
cars, or steam engines. Porfcctly
safe for a lady to drive. Will sell
cheap, and sell separately. Apply ut
Tho Mason Lumber Co. A. A. Mc
Laughlin. , l-0t
FOR SALE Good driving maro. A.
M. Casey, R. R. No. 4, Kenton Station
piko. ' 30-3t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Borkshiro
hogs, yoarlings, and 2-year-old; and
15 pigs. S. K. Flaughor, R. F. D.
No. 1. 29-0t
FOR SALE Well trainod mnlo toy
poodlo. Price $5. Apply at 110 East
rd streot. 28-4t
!aiE Rofrigorator. Apply at
Colts Loso a Slow, But Exciting Game
To Local Team Flvo Pitchers
Usod in Qamo Donovan
Knocks Two Homo Runs.
With tho thermometer down to about
fifty degrees and a protty good wind
blowing, making it seem colder, Mays
villo again defeated Lexington in tho
third game of tho series by tho scoro of
7 to 0, in a ton-lnnWig contest.
Funk stnrtod thdgamo for tho locals,
whllo Trimmer was In tho box for Lex
ington. In tho first inning Badel, tho first
man uplitaod ono to tho pitcher. Chap
man got on by being hit by tho pitcher,
and ho stole second. Curtis lined u
hot ono to loft field and Chapman wont
to third on tho throw in. Donovan
was an easy outtnolhrdltaolrdlutaoia
singled nnd Chapman scored. Rich wns
an easy out on an infiold bounder.
Maysvillo mado four moro in tho
third inning. Funk fancied. Badel
singled to right and Curtis singled to
left. Konnick fumbled Curtis' boundor
and Badol went home, Chapman going
to tho third station and Curtis to sec
ond. Donovan's homo run cleaned the
bases. Diotcrich 'singled nnd stole sec
ond. Nottcr fouled to Whito nnd Rich
wns caught asleep off second.
In the fourth iialng tho Colts made
their first runs. Konnick tripled to
left and camo in on McEvoy's sacrifice
fly to left. Dawson tripled and scorod
on Crouch's out at first. Guyn flied out.
Flotchor wont itt to pitch for Lex
ington in tho fourth nnd Maysvillo,
scored another run. Funk singled,
went to third on Badcl's safety, and
homo on Hub Dawson's passed ball,
Badel going to third. Chapman walked.
Badel tried to como homo nnd was
throwM out at tho plate. At this junc
ture, Dawson, who had it in for Badel
for running into him cnrlicr An the
game, hot mad becnuso Humpy slid,
and hit him on tho back with the ball.
Badel retaliated by kicking Dawson
on the leg. Dawson started to hit back,
but players and the police intorforred.
Whilo-jvo do not approve of scraps oi
this kittd, still wo cannot Bay that Badel
was entirely in the wrong, as Dawson
is very overbearing and does not play
what wo would call clean ball.
A general blow-up, occurred in the
sixth iuul Lexington tied the score.
Rohkamp, who had succeeded Funk in
tbo previous inni'.fg, got In n hole by
walking several players and by clean
hitting. After two runs hnd been scored'
off him Linuic took his place with the
bases full and one out. Two moro men
scored, thus tying the scoro.
Tho X Mark Shows Where Donovan's
Last Homer Went Through tho
The gamo went on for ten tailings,
when Donovan of tho Burley Cubs end
ed tho suspense nnd alleviated tho suf
fcring of thoso who wero almost frozen,
by getting his second homo run of tlu
LEXINGTON AB R
Cain, cf 5
Konnick, ss 5
McEvoy, lb 4 0
Dnwscn, c 4 1
Crouch, rf 3 0
White, 3b .-. 5 0
Ouyn, If 3 1
Brown, 2b 4 1
Trimmer, p . ., 1 0
Fletcher, p 3 0
II PO A
2 1 0
TOTALS 37 0 028 14 2
One out when winning run was scored.
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Badol, lb 3 1
Crow, rf ;... 2 0
Chapman, 1Mb 2 ;2
Curtis, 3b 5 'l
Donovan, cf 5 2
Dioterich, 2b 4
Nottor, rf-lf 2
Clausor, ss 4
Mncc, c 3
Funk, p .......' 2
Rehknmp, p 1
Llnnio, ) .i 0
II PO A
,.33 7 8 30 11
Scoro by innings
In'nings 12 3 4
5 0 7 8'9 10
.0 00200400 00
hit Guyn. Three baso
littoTf ntintnb Dnnrann TTnmn rllna
Sl:!!& ijk Donovan, 2. Sacrifice flys McEvoy.
'volon bases lvonnick, Chapman, i
' ' 'Vrich, Netter. Baso on balls Off
NJ)ff Flotchor, 4; off Rohkamp,
. Struck out By Flotch
! 2; by Rohkamp, 3;
!Io, 2. Baso Jilts
mmor in 3 innings;
Junk In 4 innings;
.jRohKamp. In 3 !
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Hold It Up
as you certainly must, aftor sampling
our exceptionally, flno Ryo Whisky.
Evory connoissuor of good, puro and
wholcsomo Ryo makes this brand his
favorito aftor tho first trial, bocause
it pleases his palato and novor gives
him a headache Wo aro soliciting
family trado and know that ovo-y house
should havo a bottlo of this Ryo in case
0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Market Street,
MAYSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY.
First baso on error Lexington. 1. Hit
by pitcher By Trimmer, Chapman; by
Flotchor, Netter; by Rehknmp, Dawson.
Time 2:10. Umpire Schaffer.
Lexington plays their last game ol
the series hero today. Newport comes
tomorrow for two games.
Joo Vance, formerly a pitcher cm the
local team, is playing left field foi
Pitcher Dashnor, who was sold
Cleveland by Maysvillo last year, It
now with Ironton and ho shut out Ports
mouth yesterdny by the scoro of 4 to
It is probablo that Eddio Sanford
who was with Mavsvillo on the old
Bluo Grass League team, will bo in soon
for a berth on tho local team
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Ohio Stato League
Ironton "at Portsmouth.
Huntington at Charleston.
Chillicotho nt Nowport.
Loxington at Maysville.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Now York at Boston.
Chicago at Detroit.
Clevolaud at St. Louis.
Washington at Philadelphia.
Boston nt New York.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato Loaguo.
Pittsburgh .- ..10 2
Now York 4
St. Louis 4
Boston 2'. 7
Detroit 10 4
Now York 5 4
Washington 0 5
Chicago 7 7
Philadelphia 5 5
St. Louis 0 0
Boston 4 0
Clovoland 3 9
Ohio Stato League.
Maysvillo, 7: Lexington, G. Ton in
Portsmouth, 0; Ironton, 4.
Charleston, 0; Huntington,
Newport, 5; Chillicotho, 4.
St. Louis, 0; Chicago, 7.
Other games postponed.
Amorican League ,
Cloveland, 3; St. Louis, 3. Twolvo lu
Chicago, 4; Detroit, 5.
Resorvo banks to bo ready for busi
ness on or boforo August 1, subscrip
tions now total 71.9 millions dollnrs.
EPISCOPALIAN MINISTER DIES
Throat Trouble Originally Caused
By Chicken Bono In x'hroat.
Richmond, Va. Rov. Dr. William
Mondo Clark, rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church and for many years
editor of tho Southorn Churchman, -died
at" his homo hero- following a long ill
no3 dating back to tho tlmo TvhiM a
.-chicken bpfio became lodged in his
Saturday at Hfoeflich's'
THIS THINGS THAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AT
2Vi CENTS BUYS Lacos that aro worth up to 7c. Also Poarl But
tons worth 5c,
5 CENTS BUYS Apron Ginghams biggest
curtain Hcnm wortn 7c.
10 CENTS BUYS Prottlost Dross Ginghams In town. Pillow
Oasos worth much more Also oxtra good Huck Towels.
Six Spools Clark's Thread all day 25c.
15 CENTS BUYS Protty Cotton Crepes, and other Wash Goods.
Many worth 10c to 25c.
25 CENTS BUYS Choico of 100 Collars, Bows, Jabots, etc. Soo
89 CENTS BUYS Nino colors of Tango Skirts, worth $1.25.
Bost lino of Ribbons over shown In Maysvillo.
Gloves, Hosiery and Novelties that you will want
SATURDAY NIGHT SALES G to 0 only 5 conts buys Summer
Vests, a raro bargain.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Bv startinp a savings account with this Trust Cnmnanv wl
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, the follov
ing table shows you what you will have to your credit at the ehl
ui cuwu ycui, iiiwiuuiiig uur puyiucm ui o" uuiupuunu interest.
1st $ 52.77
11th $ 675.35
UNION TRUST & SAVINHS CD J
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Tho regular meeting of the Woman's
Club will bo held this afternoon nt
2:30 o'clock at the Public Library.
HuntingtoM, W. Va., April 29. Two
smokestacks on tho excursion boat Island
Quocn fell onto a crowded deck when the
boat passed under a cable at Point
Pleasant today, fatally injuring a fourteen-year-old
Thrco other persons were hurt, one
seriously. The 3,500 excursionists were
panie-strickiM following a cry of
Our colored gitizens.
Jfrs. Dora Soutligato loft yestorday
for Lexington where sho will spend sev
eral days with friends.
Thcro will bo an entertainment at
tho Bothol Baptist Church tonight. All
MRS. ANNA WILLIAMS.
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Feed Your Little
and keep them growing.
We also sell Red Comb
Scratch Feed for old hens.
J. C. GABLISH
Inllfl, Flr.1 Nnllonnl Rauk Ilulldtat.
Local &nd Look I Office No. 665. I
Dlttanoe Pbones f Ke.ldence Mo. in, I
The distinguishing air of quality which a first
class Electric Sign gives to a store is the ele
ment which giyes a sign its greatest value as an
advertising medium and investment. The im
pression it makes is good. It blazes forth to
the public that there is business enterprise,
merchandise and methods up-to-date. It af
fects the entire atmosphere of the business
district. The stranger says, "It is a live town,"
and publishes it abroad.
it is the Sign of theJTimes.
MAYSVILLE GAS Q
wWeaLcxlHgtQB, 8 j; l.-chlckBH boe became lodged la UU I
i?SwSaiSHrDweV. IJkroatHMtwlitiUHiji M,oporaUo,y.Vt.$
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S $ We wish to say a few words on a very
$ $ important subject to them. Young men
$ want imart, lively, young styles, some-
fi ffi thine- smart and distinctive in pattern,
I & color and cut. All this you get when ( .
SI 9 vou deal at the "Good Clothes Man's" I
Store and in addition you get sterling
nunlitv in the yoods which uives the ! .
j; Young man the service and economy of I
t wear he ought to get. Before you buy i
$ any Clothing or Sh'-es see Ours.
I J WESLEY LkE,
ItHE GOOD CLOTHEi MAN, Ssctnd m Ma .t.Stri
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