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From n man's store and
bo porfectly fitted. Noth
ing so uncomfortable in
hot weather an ill-fitting
underwear. Wo fit you
fine and sell you the goods
nt reasonable prices
J 50c to $6.50 a Suit
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysyille's Foremost Clothiers.
Mrs. Earl P. Chaso is visiting
Mr. E. E. Swisher of Hiploy, was in
the city last ccning.
Mrs. E. It. Overly is homo from a
t visit to rieinlngsbuig relatiMN.
Mr. W. 11. Mconiii'h is spending a low
days with Ins family in Rust Second St
Mrn. Vauet-y and infant son, of the
count", are guests of Mrs. Albeit Him.
ton in Paris.
' Col. Prank Armstrong Jias returned
from a two weeks' stay at Martinsville,
greatly benefited in health.
Mr. John MeCarahan of CottageviUe
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. .1. P
Naslfof West Second street.
, Miss Ueitrudo Redmond is in Lex
ingtoti attending Mm annual commence
n'ent exercises at Statu-' Uimorsity.
Mr. W. II. Sparks and daughter, ..iss
Bettie, have been called to Manchester
on accoitot of Uie sorious illuess of Mrs
Mrs. Dr. A. P. Abbott of Marrietta,
On( is hero for a visit to her jnrentH,
Ir. and Mrs. A. II. Thompson of East
V, Mmsbeen spendlnga few dajs here
with relatives. will return homo Tluirs
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Smith left
this morning for Martinsville, lad.
"whero Mr. Smith expects to recover
fully from his reeeut attaek of rheu
matism. fJSr. and Mrs. T. P. Biggers, represent
ing the Sand Hill Christian Sunday
School, were- in attendance- at tho big
convention held by tho Christian
Churches at Mayslick yesterday.
Prancis Kossuth, son of the Hungar
ian patriot, who succeeded to leader
ship upcra tho death of his father, died
Vote on tho tolls (lUHtlou in the
SeMato was doomed when several Sea
ators announced that they would speak
on tho question.
Tho General Assembly of tho Pres.
byteriau Church of tho United Stntes
meeting in Chicago, went on record ne
favoring national prohibition.
Ernesto' Nathan, former Mayor ot
Romo, now Italian representative to the
Patoama-Pa!inc''Expo8ltion, had an iff1
tCrviow with President Wilson.
The old.fnshiOued womnn who used to
think that tho men would respect her it
sho behaved horsolf now has a daughter
who knows tho Mann White SlavpLaw
will Protect lier.
The best car for its price
and none better at any price.
That's what we claim for the
Ford. And more than four
hundred and fifty thousand
Fords in world-wide service
bear out our contention. Buy
yours today. " "
Pivehu11dreAloLl.ui.i4 the nrice of weiFord runa
bout; the touring car" WfivenitIeclH6W starter
and electric lli'hts S100 extrn-r-frroi h. Detroit, com
pi etc with equipment. Get catuloif and particulars
framCenlraIGarngeCa)(lltf-lUlia Market t.(rtet,
- - Koop tho happy memory of
school days for all timo.
Your graduation portraits,
and thoso of your classmates
procious to you now will
bo priceless in the years to
come. Our pictures will make
most appropriate class gifts
and arc priced consistently,
Wo would be pleased to
have you make a visit to our
The Photographor in Your Town.
Special prepared paint $1.20 per gal
lon at HENDRIGKSON'S.
Pivo freshmen in nn Annapolis
school havo bceu arrested for their part
in shooting a junior who is said to have
been a member of a having party.
ALL BIDS ON THE MATHEWS
Pour pieces of real estate belonging
to W. B. Mathews were offered for sale
yesterday aftei'aoon. Tho first piece,
the frame tobacco warehouse on the
corner of Bank nnd Second streets was
started at $2000 and went to 2C00 nnd
was rejected at those figures.
It was stated that $27o0 would bn;
the property at that time.
Tho second piece, a four-room cottage
at No. 117 Bunk street, was bid up to
$030 and rejected.
The third piece, a five-room cottage,
No. 115 Bank street, wns bid up to
$7-0 and rejected.
The fourth piece, forty-foot front
lot by one hundred and twiMty feet
deep, adjoining I). M. Curry, on East
Second street ns bid up to $1175 and
,'uipt,A Tlu s.inii. hit snlil for 1010
JOHN E. KIRKPATRICK
Passed Away at Botlicsda Hospital Last
Thursday Evening Ripley Loses
Mr. .luliii E. Kirkputriek died Inst
Thursday evening at Bethesda Hospital,
Cincinnati, after a lingering illness oi
several weeks' duration,
Mr. Kirkp.itriek had been in poor
health for some months past a'.id was
confined to his home until two weeks
ago wheu he was t.iken to Cincinnati
Tho body was brought to Ripley on
Kridiiy and the funeral was held from
his homo Saturday afternoon at 1:30
Besides a wife h.o leaves a son, Ed
Kirkpatrick of CincinMati, a sister, Mrs
Anna Smith of Syracuse, Neb., and
threo brothers, O. L. Kirkpatrick of
Mt. Sterling, Ky., M. Ij. Kirkpatrick ot
Cincinnati, and Br. Henry Kirkpjitrick
f Leon. W. Va.
Leading Churchmen of Lexington Or
gnnization in Attendance Upon
19th Annual Mooting.
The Nineteenth Annual Council of
tlie Diocese of Lexington met at Christ
Church Cathedral in that city at 11
o'clock Wednesday morning when joint
Corporate Holy Communion for tho Dio.
essan CoiAicil and tho Woman's Aux
ilinry was administered by tho Rt. Rev.
Lewis W. Burton, 1). 1)., Bishop of the
Diocese. Tho sorvicos wero followed bj
a meeting of tho Cathedral Chapter
luncheon served by the women of the
eougrogntiou at 1 o'clock and tho or
ganiyntion of the council at 2:30 o'clock
after which Bishop Burton delivered his
annual address avid report and Miss
Helen II. Turner, of Knoxvillo, vice
president of tho Oirls' Priendly So
ciety iu Amoricn, addressed tho council.
The dny's work was concluded with a
mooting held in tho evening in tho iu
terest of Religious Educatioto, at which
Archdeacon P. B. Wontworth, visitor
of St. John's Home Training School
Corbin, Ky., nnd tho Rev, J. M. Maxon
president of Margaret College, Versail
les, Ky., delivored the addresses.
Today's session marks 'the principal
business of tho council. '
Ohio Bute Loague.
Loxitogton nt Maysvillo.
Portsmouth nt Nowport.
Huntington nt Ironton.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Chicago at Now York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
Detroit nt Washington.
Cleveland nt Boston.
Ohio State League
Lexington, 10; Maysvllle, D.
Charleston, 7-2; Nowport, 3-0.
Chllhcothe, Gj Huntington, I.
Ironton, 0; Portsmouth, 4.
Boston, 7; St. Louis, 4.
New York, 3; Chicago, 1.
Philadelphia, 0; Cittcinnati, 8.
Chiengo-Ncw York, rain.
St. Louis, 1; Philadelphia, 1.
Detroit, 0; Washington, 7.
Cleveland, 4; Boston, 0.
STANDING OP THE OLUBS.
Ohio State Leaguo.
Ironton . .
Pittsburgh 21 9
New York ....18 11
Cincinnati ...21 15
St. Louis IS 20
Brookly . 1 . 1"
Philadelphia .' 12 17
Chicago IS 21
Boston 0 20
No man ever worked himself to death
working for souio other man.
Anywny, Adam never had the pleas
tiro of hearing Evo tell him that she
wished she had decent clothes to weir
like other women.
Our gdoreq gitizms,
Mrs. Elirnhoth Davis is confined to
her bed by illuess a her homo ifci
LOCAL THUNDER SHOWERS TO.
DAY AND FRIDAY.
In the CincinMati district the Ohio
River will fnll slowly Thursday. The
guago at Cincinnati Wednesday regis
tored 12.3 feet.
The much-discussed steamer Steel
City arrived at Poiut Pleasant, W. Va.,
Monday from Rochester, whero she has
been laid up for tho past tour months.
She is now laid up ill the Kanawha
Hiver, alongsido her sister steamer,
Pittsburgh, Pa. With the nrrivnl oi
tho hot weather tho rivers havo started
to fall, and tho United States engineers
at the locks n'ad dams aro busily en
gaged in raising tho wickets to enable
tho packets and othor river er.'ii to
coutinuo thoir trips. A number of tow.
boats aro being held down the Ohio
-until tho up-river dams enn bo ra.
and a nine-foot stago secured.
Following are this morning's quota
tlons on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens .., 11c
Spring chickens, weighing
VA. lbs ,25c
Old roosters . ..,....'.... 7
Qeesa . 9a.
Cincinnati, May 27. Receipts for tho
past 21 hours nro as follows: Cattle,
."CI; hogs, 1881; shcop, 1070.
Cattle Slow and weak; good to
choice 10lCc lower; "half ftit nnd
grussy butcher cattle 40.'i0c lovvor
Bhippors $7.2ftS.i0; butcher steers,
-extra 08.2fl8.fi0, ood to choice $7.25
Bulls Slow. Bolognu f07, fat bulls
Milch Cows Slow nnd weak.
Calveo Activo and stroMg; 25c high
or, Extra $10.50, fail1 to good 8.25&
10,25, common and largo $(I10.00,
Hogs Steady at yesterday s elosing
prices. Selected heavy $8.25()8.30,
good to cholco iKichoraMond butcnort
HhaoD Stnadv., UxtWiiifhr. 5ffi5.ili
fiooj to jshoico J4,055MfjioiiVa,
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A crisp, clean, nutri
tious food. For
where Fresh in the
age, 5 cents.
The funny little name
of the famous little
ginger snap that puts
fresh "snap" and
"ginger" into jaded
appetites. 5 cents. ,
The natural sweet
ness and nutriment
of the wheat are re
tained, giving them
a delightful flavor,
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
Will Bo Dover's Now K. of P. Hall
Maysvillo Knights to Attend.
The painting of tho iron front of the
K. of P. building wns completed this
week nnd everything is 'aow in readi
uess for the dedication exercises Tliurs
tiny night. Grand Keeper of Records
and Si-als, J. W. Carter, of Lexington
Grand Inner Guard, Aubrey Birbour, of
Nowport, and Grand Vice Chancelor,
Shorman Am, of Maysvillo, nro threo ot
tho Gra'ad Olliccrs almost suro to take
i.irt iu tho services, and other Grand
Olliccrs hnv o been invited. Many mem
bors of neighboring lodges will be pres.
cut and take part.
The dedicatory ceremony will bo held
iu the new Castle Hall, and will bo open
to tho public.
After tho dedication tho Jodgo will go
into wessiia nnd tho Plrst Rank will
bo conferred on new applicants for
membership. Tho work will bo done
by n team from tho Muysvillo lodge
using paraphernalia from Limestone
Lodge, tho outfit of tho local lodge not
having been replaced sinco the fire
which destroyed everything tho.v
Tho wives, sistors and sweethearts
of members of tho lodg will serve
hAich to visiting Knights.
At least tweuty-fivo Knights mro ex
pected from Maysvillo, as well as a
goodly numTTor from Augusta, Germnu
town, Brooksvilte, Mt. Olivet, and Rip
ley and Jligginsport, Ohio, and other
MAY PROVE FATAL
When Will Maysvillo People Learn tho
Importance of It?
Backache is only a si'uiple thing al
But if jou find 'tis from tho kid
,1Bys; . . , j ,
That sorious kidney troubles may fol
Thnt dropsy or Bright 'a dlsoaso may,
uo tlio fatal end,
You will bo glad to know the follow
'TIs th0 stiiteiny.it of a Maysvillo clt
Mrs. Delia Lunsford, 323 13. Pront St,
Maysvillo, Ky., says:
kidney troubla to n strain.. I had sharp,
shooting pains through my kidneys .and
a dragging down feeling through my
hips. I had dull headaches and dizzy
spoils nnd often if I hud not caught
hold of somothing for support, I would
have falk'a. I was in that condition
for sovornl years up ouo week and In'
bed tho next. 1 finally begnu to notice
symptoms of dropsy and in u short timo
I wns sufTorlng from that troublo. My
foot hognu to swell nnd my hands woro
at times tho samo way, At night I whs
restless and always felt tired. I read of
a slirillnr enso being cured by Doom's
Kidney Pills and I got a supply. Be
fore long I was completely and ttorma
netly cared. Doan's Kidney Pills Rav
od my life, X nm glad to cpnfeln my
Wirmervondorsomont of this Trn mW.t
. tT.rjrRlRr.i.!;i.l.l.. TY.;.-. !?..;
m,-SfeTlJL.A,UWi n laHyift. -am !)
President Huorto of Moxlco fs said
to bo wllllrig to Blop down and out,
Class of Miss Allon,o Glascock Scored
Success Last Evening at First M.
E. Church South.
Miss Allcno Glascock's piano pupil?
Inst evening delightfully acquitted
Success Mnurkn .' Bachmanu
Miss Eunico Knox.
Tho Littlo Princor Krogmann
Miss Anna May Whito
Littlo Boy Bluo. ,.'.'.
Miss Mnry Bonn
Bird Soug Popp
Miss Blizabeth Newell
Littlo Ensign March Gicsc
Miss Phyllis Swisher
Dante of tho Gypsies Llchner
Miss Hclon Hill
Alpine Lovo Story Petrie
Miss Dolly Pord
March of the Drummers Smith
Miss Kutherino 'Poland
Will o' tho Wisp "Jungmnnn
Mhs Mnrio Webster
Dance cif the" Shadows Barrett
Miss Mary Boyd Tally
Sweet Violet,... Heins
Mr. Cloudo Clarke
Oypso DaMco Behr
Miss Katheriu Goodwin
Low Song Ncviu
Miss Louelhi Grwuleo.
Miss Mndrlino Aldrich
Miss Lily Middlemnnu
Sonata Pathetiquo (Pirst Movement
M.tss dulia Muse
Mjss Havel Aldrich
Miss May Wallingford
Poh.inise ". Merkel
Miss Marguerite Yazell
Hungarian Banco No. fl Brnlims
Miss Bsthor Ort
Mrs. II. C. Barnes.
WnnffurOne lluudriul Uullnri KewArdtor ituy
aitiout Oalnrrli tlmliniuuoi lie oured by lUll'i
K. J. CUKNRY A CO.,Toledo.O.
We.tlir uudtfrilicut'd.bftvelraown P. J. Cheney
tortbulutl6yinn,AUdbiilleTehlni perfectly lion
orablelunll tiUiliietitraumtulloniitud Onnnclally
ablu to onrry out auy obligation! in iidebyliUflrro
Wauiimu, Kinnan A JUuvin,
VVIioles&la UruKKliti.Tulmlo, O.
nnll'tOfttHrrb (Jura It taken luteruRlly.notlUK
directly u pou tliHblootlilnduiuoouiiurlioeii of tlir
lyitem. Tettlmonlalt seat free. I'rlce76 oenti
Our stock consists
of the most elabo
rate assortment of
Your inspection is
solicited. : : $ : :
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & Cn
lall'l. rinl NHilonnl lUnU Itulldlnv,
Loon 1 nd Look I Oflloo N o. Kb.
DlltMDC l'bouo fHe.lilruiw Nn H7
WANTKI) WOKK Anyone who wants
n good farm hnud to work for them
call nt Tho Ledger olllcc.
WANTED Children to board in coun
try. Terms reasonable. Mrs. John
Whitehurst, Aberdeen, O., R. R. 1.
WANTED Cutter. Experienced hand
preferred. Inquire- at the shoo lae
tory. bALESMEN WANTED Earn ldi
monthly. Expenses. J'xjmrioneti un
ueeessary. Adt,ttiso and tuku or
den' from inerrlnntH for Smoking and
UhowAig tobacco, Cigurottes, Cigars,
etc. 1IEMET COMl'ANV. Nmv York.
o.oo to ta.oo WEEKrA' jjaid to
'Men and Woiubn for workiug at homo
during spare timo. Bond 10c, silver
for niuiles of 4U firms supplying such
work. DEE PUBLISHING CO., Do
troit, Mich. myO-lni
FOR SALE Two' good ilraft"lior8es;
two good mulos. Phono "'.V2. Sjdiar
Brick Co. 20 Ot
LOST Pnir gold glasses iu black case
Returu to Mrs. Olllu Bright, Fleia
LOST Amothyst Rognry with cross
Engraved "K. K. K." Please ro
tunt 'to Mrs. P. "II. King, 317 East
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i4mi- jLfnir. jfoiOvirnincji! spcctaeies iu
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i The May Sale Cont nues
The following additions have been
added to our bargains for this sale:
50c buys choice of a lot of Silks and
other Dress Goods, many of them worth
75c. A rare bargain.
Lovely Embroidered Flouncings at
75c and $1, worth up to $1.50. Just what
is wanted for the stylish flounced dress.
You can not afford to miss this sale,
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
nnr, BV starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, ihe follow
ing table shows you what you will have to your credit at the end
of each year, including our payment of 3 compound interest.
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
Tuna Fish, makes delicious
salad, better than .salmon.
Monarch Olive Salad, is a
combination of Olives, Pimentos
and Celery, makes the finest sand
wiches. Try the new desert, IJryn
Mawr Cream Krappe.
Fancy New York Cream and
J. C. CABLISH
COUGHLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
! ELECTRIC FANS I
We Can Supply
B Your Needs
5 G. A. HILL & BRO., Props. I
1 1 Your Money
This store is the home of good
clothes and men's iurnishings-every-1
thing you need-all guaranteed.
We have the best shoes made.
This fact is well established by the
proof furnished by the men that
come back for the same shoes. Just
try a pair of our shoes and know
the satisfaction and pleasure that is
yours by .wearing the RIGHT kind
J. WESLEY I EE.
. ;003 01
19th 1325 88
20th HIS 05
Hold It Up
To Praise. (
as you cortainly must, after sampling
our exceptionally iiuo Ilyo Whisky.
ICvery conuoissucr of good, pure and
wliolesomo Kjo makes this brand his
favorito after tho first trial, because
it pleases his palato and never gives
him u headache. Wo are soliciting
family trade and know that ov y house
should havo a bottle of this Kre In cast
0. H. P. Thomas & Go.,
120-122 Market Stroet,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
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