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From a man's store and
bo porfootly fitted. Noth
ing so uncomfortablo in
hot weather ns ill-fitting
underwear. Wo fit you
fine and sell you the goods
at reasonable prices
50c to $6.50 a Suit
; Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
M. C. Hutchison is a business visitor
In (Teargetown and Sardinia, Ohio, to
n in m.l..i.. 1 -... 1
i" .Mrs. OaillO JdCKCUS lias renirui:u
" homo after spending some time with
. relatives in Cincinnati. '
Miss Annie Slattery of Maysville is
visiting her bi other, Mr. Kd Slattery.
in this Hty. Bourbon News."
Mrs. 0. W. Alton of 1'orest avitoue
Bpont Saturday with her daughter, Mrs.
S.-B. Tully in Manchester, Ohio.
Mra.Len l'umell has returned home
after a two weeks' visit with her broth
y or, Mr. Colie Orant of CineinMati.
- AMoiMcy Allan 1). Cole returned this
nitirning from' Lexington whore ho ha
beon attonding tho Diocesan council.
itev. T. It. Ilollon of Washington was
in tho city yesterday to meet his father,
' Mr. J. B. UolliM of (.inmpton, ctnd his
sister, Miss Laura Ilollon, a teacher in
tho WHmoro College. They will be
-with him for several days. Ilov. Ilollon
ha just closed a revival service -.it tho
Washington M. K. Church South, lie
was assisted by Itev. K. I. Kiilwell of
Liner Cut in Two and 900
Lives Lost Early Friday
-Kimouski, Quebec, May 29. Sinking in
ninoty feet of water Within fifteen min
utes of being rammed amidships in
the upper reaches of the Upper St. Law.
renco River, early today, the Canadian
Pacific Liner Empress vf Ireland car
ried down with her moro tha'a 1)00 pas
sengors and crew. Of tho 1,307 persons
"on board tho linor only 433 nro known
t6 ljayo beon saved, making the pro!)
nb'lo death list 034.
300 Survivors Reach Quebec.
Quebec, Canada, May 29. A train
with 300 survivors from tho sunken
steamer Empress of Ireland reached
hero shortly boforo 5 o'clock tonight.
. Rescued M board numbered 29 first
v class, 29 second class and 101 third class
pnBsongers and 237 of tho crow.
Thirty-soven survivors were loft nt
'Rimousk,i which would make a totnl of
433 saved. As revised figures show
1,307 persons to have been on the
steamer this makes tho number of lost
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
Vive hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runa
bout; the touring cut is five fifty; electric self-starter
nud electric light? 100 extra f. o. b. Detroit, com
plete with equipment. (Jet catalog and particulars
from Central Garage Co,, J l-lJMio Market street,
.j, j j.' j. j $ $!! i- l F ! "i 4
.J. MEMORIAL DAY. &
j. i j j. j. .j. . JIJ $ ! ! ! 'I J
By Colonel Robert Q. Ingorsoll.
This day is sacred to tho groat heroic
host who kept Uiis Hug hbova our heads,
sacred to tho living and tho dead, sacred
to tho scarred and maimed, sacred to tho'
wives who gave their Husbands, to tho
mothers who gavo tholr sons. Hero in
this peaceful land of ours here, where
tho sun shines, whoro flowers grow,
whoro children play millions of armed
men battled for the right and breasted
on a thousand flohls the iron storms of
war. Thcso brave, theso incomparable,
hum founded the, first republic. They
fulfilled tho prophecies, .they brought to
pnss tho dreams, they realized tho hopes
thnt all tho great and good nnd wise
and just have mado and had since man
Has riinn. But what of those who fcllf
Thoro is no language to express tho
debt we owe, tho love wo bear, to all
tho dead who died for us. Words are
but barren sounds. Wo can but stand
liesido tlToir graves and in tho hush and
silence feel what speech hns never told.
J. J. KLIPP INJURED
Rope Breaks and Buggy Fell From Ele
vator Shaft Upon Him.
Mr. J. J. Kllpp, of tho well-known
flim of Bauer & Klipp, of Second street,
met with a distressing accident at their
place of business about 3 o'clock yes
Mr. Oeorgo Shipley had gone to tho
third floor to lower a buggy. Aftor fas
toning tho olevator ropes to tho buggy
and sTnrting it down, ho looked to see
if all was clear below. Hardly had the
trnggy started wluu the rope broke and
Mr. Klipp who was directly beneath,
the buggy fell upon him, knocking him
down. A wheel struck his right leg
above the knee.
Dr. Smoot was called and had Mr.
Klipp removed to his home, where Drs.
Smoot, Brand and Samuel, mado ah ex
amination. They found no broken bones, but Mr.
Klipp is sufl'erWig from the nervous
This morning he is reported as resting
Some idea of the force of impact may
be had from tho fact that six or seven
sj okes of tho left front wheel of the
lx'ggy uero broken.
Mr. Henry Shea, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Shea of East Second street, has
returned to his homo i'.i this city to
spend tho summer. He attends collego
Ohio State Leaguo.
Lexington at Chillicothe, two games.
Maysvlllo at Newport, two games.
.Charleston at Ironton, two games.
Huntington at Portsmouth, two games
Ohio State League.
Lexington, 8; Maysville, 0.
Chillicothe, 3; Charleston, 2.
Portsmouth, 3; Newport, 2.
Ironton, 0; Huutington, 4.
. National Leaguo.
Cincinnati, 3; Pittsburgh, 2.
New York, 1; Brooklyn, 0. '
Philadelphia, 3; Boston 1.
No other gamo scheduled.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato Loague.
Charleston v.. 10
Newport . 10
Lost P. C.
Lost P. O
New York 19
St. Louis 18
Boston - !
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?V xSaaEi Ai wt.
Keop tho happy memory of
sohool days for all time.
Your graduation portraits,
and thoso of your classmates
preoious to you now will
bo priceless in the years to
come. Our pictures will make
most appropriate class gifts
and aro priced consistently.
Wo would bo pleased to
have you make a visit to our
Tho Photographer In Your Town.
j. .j. . .j. .. .j. .jj. . i i j. ! $ H
. " CHURCH NOTES. fr
Washington Presbyterian Church.
Regular services Sunday nfternoon at
:30 o'clock. Everybody mndc welcome
First Presbyterian Church.
No preaching services owing to .the
pastor's abseuco at GrctMiip.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. in.
Christian Hndenvor at 0:45 p. in.
J. BARBOUIt, Pastor.
Central Presbyterian Church.
Smidav School at 0:30. .1. B. Wood,
Preachlnif at 10:4ft a. in., and 7:30
GhristiaU Kndeavor at 0:45 p. in.
Prnvermeetiuir Wednesday at 7:30
p. in. .. .
Good music. Everybody eorduilly in
vited. U. Ia BENN, Pastor.
Bible School at 0:30 a. in. Special
invitation for all bntb.'inen and women
to come iii honor of father. A hundred
Church servico at 10:4ft a. m. Special
music by the choir. Sermon by the pas
Endeavor Society will have Miss tier
trude Baugh as leader at 0:1ft.
Evening church servico at 7:30 p, in.
A. P. STAlMi. Minister.
Third Street M. E. Church.
Tho pastor will roturn from Greenuj
today and will preach tomorrow at
10:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Special
music nt each service.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. in. I. M
Lano superintendent. Tomorrow is tne
last Sunday in another month and the
attendance will decido which class h
eMtitlcd to tho honors for this month
Lot every momber bo present. The
members of the Brotherhood and Kp
worth classes aro especially urged to be
present as something out of tho or
dinary is in storo for these classes.
Epworth Leaguo devotional service at
C:4ft j). m., will bo led by the pastor,
Rov. .1. M. Literal.
A cordial invitation is extended to
every one to attend all these services.
Tirst Baptist Church.
"God's Pla"n for Enlarging the Con.
giegation" will bo tho subject for con
sideration at the momi'ig service. At
tho 7:30 p. in. service tho pastor will
doliver a sorinon on "The Mill Will
Never Grind with tho "Water That Has
Passed," and Mr. W. Hall Strodo will
sing nn appropriate solo.
Supt. Greenlee is urging every Sunday
School scholar to bo on hand promptly
tit 0:30 a. in. tomorrow morning, so they
can get through with tho lesson hi time
to arrange for tho Sunduy School pic
nic and koiiio other matters of import
ance. Every church member, who jios
nibly can, should bo present.
"Tho New Louisiana Purchaso" is
tho B. Y. P. U. topic and Prof. Berry
will havo chargo of tho program. This
is a profitable servico and a hourly in.
vitation is extended to all 0:30 to 7:30
u m. is tho hour,
H. B..W1LHOYTE, Pastor. .
Sunday's Lesson Locally Applied.
Ono of tho greatest sins is ingrati
tude. In this lesson but ono of the ton
who were healed of tho plague of lop-
rocy roturned to thank the Christ who
cured them. How does the per ccat
stand today? Aro wo here, any more
grateful or is tho nvorngo still ono to
nine. A few facts which every readei
can take,, homo to himself will help us
to classify ourselves.
We all know lEu churches have done
more to make life worth while than any
other 'agency. The potent influence of
tho Gospel has jjivon us our present civ
ilizaticta and 1b telling mightily in the
reforms' of the present lay. Yet how
mnny pooplo here in Mason County show
any signs of being grateful? An oc.
caslonnl attendance upon the church ser
vice and that in a spirit of indifference
It no si,M of gratitude. This Samaritan
prostrated himself at Jesus' oot to
show how thankful he was. Let the
church members in largo? numbers show
they appreciate tho favor tho Lord has
shown. If 4000 of Mnysville's people
can get to a church service on Goto
Church-Day then that number nt least
should do so oftener.
How many of us thank God for His
mnny gifts? Are Wo not .inclined rath
or to complain and fault-find
bochliso wo haven't moro. Let it be
remembered that every good gift is
from God and that of oursolve? we can
do nothing, eic.
Did y5u thank Goit this morning for
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ino prptecuua oi rusfc H'K' 'y ur m
&A i!$SWu W1 $m &
vour wiean8nonHuiiesjtuiviiiimui iru.
'Livi iisJc f idivouHc a hsI uaf o ru I ve n
No rnoro shall tho war cry sovor
Or tho winding rivers bo rod;
Thoy banish our anger forever
When thoy laurol tho graves of tho
FOURTH STRAIGHT VICTORY
Taken By Lexington Colts Prom the
Lowly Burloy Cubs Sandford's
Loxittgton mado it four straight do-
feats by taking yesterday's contest
from tho locals by (he score of $ to 0.
Tho Loxiiujton club mado four runs in
tho first inning on three bases on balls,
followed by a homo run by Goodman.
Maysvlllo forged ahead in tho sec
ond whon thoy got fivo tallies, and stay
ed in tho lead until the eighth, -when
tho Colts tied tho score. In tho ninth
Lexington mado two tuiis which wero
good for the gnmo.
Tho cause of tho Cubs' defeat was
tho wildness of Sanford, who gavo ton
bases on balls.
Tho box score follows:
LEXINGTON AB It II PO A E
Cain, cf 3 1 1 2 0 0
Guyn, 2b 3 1 1 2 2 '0
McEvoy, lb 4 2 1 11 0 0
Crouch, If :... 4 1 1 0 0 0
Blackwell, c 2 0 0 2 0 1
Goodman, rf tl2 2 3 0 0
White, 3b 4 0 0 0 2 0
Konuick, ss 4 0 1 0 1 0
Green, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
TOTALS 32 8 7 27 10 I
MAYSVILLE AB H II PO A E
Badel, rf . , 5 0 2 4 0 0
Chapman, If 4 0 0 3 0 0
Curtis, 3b ft 0 1 0 1 0
Emory, ss ft 1 2 2 3 1
Donovan, ef ft 1 2 I 0 0
Dieterich, 2b 4 1 1 0 0 1
Barrett, lb .'. -I 1 1 8 0 0
Mace, c ."... ".. 2 2 2 1 2 0
Sanford,, p 3 0 1 2 2 0
,.37 0 1'.
Score by innings:
Timhigs 1 2 3 4 5'G 7 8 fl
Lexington . ..: . .4 0 0 l" 0 0 0 1 2 8
Maysville 0 ft 0 I 0 0 O 0 00
Summary: Two base hits Barrett,
Curtis. Three base hits Maco, Emery.
Home Run Goodman. Sacrifico hits
MeEvoy, Bluckwell, Chapman. Sacrifice
Hys Sanford. Stolen bases Dieterjch,
Barrett, Sanford. Base on balls Off
Green, lj off Sanford, 10. Struck out
By Orei'.i, 3; Saudford, 1. Left on
bases Lexington, 0; Maysville, 7. Pass
ed "ball Blackwell. Pirst base on er
rors Lexington, 2, Hit by pitcher
Mace. Time 2:10. Umpire
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, BASEBALL GOSSIP .
J. .J. J J J .! J J J i J - i
Tho locals left this morning to be
gone on the road one wcok, as follows:
Newport May 30, two games.
Chillicothe May 31, Juuo 1.
Portsmouth Juno 2, 3.
Ironton Juno 4, 5.
Tho fight for tho collar, at Newport
today should be rathor iuterestlng. Both
teams aro pretty evenly matched any
Manager Chapman last night releas
ed Pitcher Llnnio.
Mannger Chapman nindo a sensational
ono.linnd catch of Konnlck's long-fly to
tho loft garden ifa the eighth. If the
ball had gone by it would have been
good for a homer.
GAME WARDEN BREEZE
MaysvUlo Yesterday Wants
Organize Gamo Protection Club
Stato Game Warden Capt. P. F. P.
Breoo of Louisn, was in this city yes.
torday. Tho Captain is full enthusiasm
on thojjame subject.
Ho wishes to organizo a gamo and fish
protective club in Mason County.
Ho has organised Such clubs in overy
border county i'.i tho .Stato from tho
Southeastern earner down to Mason
He hns placed 700,000 fish in the Lit
tlo Snndy and Tygert rivers and ex
poets to stock tliQ streams of Mason
county in a short ,tlmo.
By all moans lot us havo a gamo and
Our golored Citizens.
Thoro will ho a supper tonight at the
Bethel Baptist Church given by the
Bethel Sewing Circle. Everybody wel
come. Tho U. B. P. Lodge Sormon Tomorrow
Afternoon at Mothodist Church.
Tho V. B, P. Lodgo sermon will be
preached tomorrow afternoon nt promp
ly 2:30 o'clock at Scott's Chapel by
Rev. David McParland. AM oxcollont
procrram will bo rondored. Tho sisters
nnd juveniles will meet nt tho church
nt 1:30. Tho brothers will meet ut
brother William Dlxio's nt 1:30.
Prayer Rov. L, M. Hagood
Scripturo Rending. ,.. Rov. W. R, Scott
Anthem - Choir
Sermon Rov. David McFarland
Solo .......... Mm. Dr. W. G.'JtoUou,
gimgjiMojntMl; -M'M. . tf
Tuna' Fish, makes delicious
salad, better than snlthon.
Monarch Olive Salad, is a
combination of Olives, Pimentos
and Celery, makes the finest sand
wiches. Try the new desert, Bryn
Mawr Cream Frappe.
Fancy New York Cream and
J. G. CABLISH
Mr. W. J. Shea of Cincinnati, a for
mer cmployo of The Public Ledger, is
hero for a visit to his Brother, Mr.
Memorial services tomorrow after-
noon at K. of P. Hall, GermnntowM.
Speaking by Revs. Pfanstoil and Bun
ton. Music by band and quartette from
K. of P. Home.
KEITH F. ADAMSDN
To Wed Aliss Susan Haupt of Philadel
phia Wednesday, Juno Seventeenth
Tho following handsomely engraved
invitation was received here by rela
tHes ami friends of Mr. Keith Frazee
Adamson, son of tho late Dr. II. K.
Adamson, a'ad grandson of Mrs. Lucy
Keith of this city:
w Mr. Lewis M. Haupt
requests the honor of your presence at
the marriage of his daughter
Mr. Keith Praee Adamson
(.a Wednesday evening the Seven.
teenth of June, Nineteen hundred
at half past seven o'clock
Church of the Holy Communion
Chestnut street below Twenty Second
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
0 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens lie
Spring chickens, weighing
1'A lbs 25c
Old roostors , . 7c '
Cincinnati, May 29. Hog receipts
4,000 slow, packers a'ad butchers, $8.15
8.30; common to choico, $5.507.45;
pigs and lights, $G.O08.2O. Cattle re
ceipts 000 steady; calves slow, $5.00
10.00. Sheep receipts 2,800; market low.
or, $3.255.10; Iambs steady.
Butter steady, eggs steady; prime
firsts 17!4ef-firsts, lGVfcc; seconds, lSe,
pou'try, hens, 13e; springers, 2527c;
Wheat steady 950Cc; com steady,
7475e; oats steady, 4142c; ryo
steady, C!)70c. Hay steady timothy,
AGENTS Colored agent wanted Ben
efit Order. $100 to $500 monthly to
hustler. Write quick. Address Box
7G-400, Cincinnati, Ohio.
AGENTS nustling man undor 50 each
locality. Introilucojour Memberships.
$50 to $500 monthly. Tho I-L,U 2052,
Covington, Ky. '
WANTED Good cook. Colored worn
an. Apply to Harry C. Currau, No. 7
East Fourth street. 30-0t
WANTED WOItK Anyone who wants
a good farm lm'ud to work for them
call at Tho Lodger olllce.
WANTED Children to board iu coun
try. Terms reasonable. Mrs. John
Whltehurst, Aberdeen, O., K. It. 1.
WANTED Cutter. Experienced hand
proferred. Impure at thu shod fac
tory. SALESMEN WANTED Earn IUi
monthly. Expenses. Exporlonco un
nqcessary. Advertise and tako or
ders from merchants for Smoking and
ChowPag tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars.
. etc. HEMET COMPANY, Nw York,
$0.00 to $12.00 WEEKLY PAID TO
Mn and Women for working at homo
during sparo time. Send lOo silver
for names of 40 Arms supplying such
work. DEE PUBLISHING CO., Do
trolt, Mich. niyO-lm
FOlt SALE Two good draft horses;
two good mules. Phono 232. Sjthar
TJrlek Co. 20-0t
1'OR RENTrFtet of 4 rooms, newly
r Saturday at Hoeflich's
ALL THE NEW GOODS TO KEEP YOU COOL AT PEIOES SO
M ATTEACTIVE THAT YOU WILL ENJOY BUYING.
S 5 QE.NTS BUYS
B Cool, washablo Lawns.
B Apron Gingham uuapproachablo bargain? . ;
AMU .U.V. UUUI X Ullii JL'UUS,
Summer Vests for girls and ladles.
10 CENTS BUYS
Curtain Goods, novcr such a hargain boforo,!. s'eo-them.
Wash Goods of many kinds worth up to li)c.
Wido Bandings worth up to 10c.
Choke of forty styles Barretts.
Tho stylish Tango Cords in all colors.
Jeweled Hair Pins extra frao.
2,-. CENTS BUYS
Six Spools Clark's Thread.
Threo Vestsr-bost ovor at prlco.
- Crcpo do Gh'ono Windsors bargain.
Choico of 20 pieces, wide, handsome ribbons worth up to 35c.
BoyB Union Suits.
Onuzo Hosiery of tho Darnless Brand.
40 CENTS BUYS
Skirts of Gingham, Muslin, etc. somo embroidered.
80 CENTS BUYS
Ton colors Tango Skirts worth $1.25.
9x12 Matting Rur sold everywhere at 3.C0.
By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, the follow
ing table shows you what you will have to your credit at ihe end
of each year, including our payment of 3& compound interest.
1st $ 52.77
The Postoflieo will not bo open Sat
urday May 30, Decoration Day. The
City Carriers made ono delivery in
the morning at 7 a. m,
Tho Rural Carriers will not nriko a
O. MATHEWS, P. M.
WeodarOue Hundred Dollar Rewardtortny
one of CntarrL thnt oanuot ba oured by Hftll'i
K. J. CHENEY A CO. .Toledo.O.
fre.tlie undertlgued.bttvekiiown V. J.Ctieuej
itWnlnn!l butluentraniautlouiand flnauolatly
able to carry out any ubllKattonimadebyhlitlrni.
Vt'AiiiiNu, Kimnan & Marvin,
Wholesale DruRKUti, Toledo.O.
(IaU'eCatarrb Cum Ib takeu Internally, not In?
directly upon tliubloodaudiuucoumurfaoei oft be
lyitem. Testimonials iiut true. Price 7b oeutl
perbottle. Hold by allDruKKliU
A Cool Ironing
ay with the "Comfort Twins"
Tlie (j-K Fun niul the G-K Flatiron are ideal aids to
domestic lalwr the year 'mund. The iron does not heat
the air nnd the Ian provides a pleasant, cooling breeze. .
G-E Electric Flatirons and Fans :
H fur in .i rmnfiirhili. lw.r wnnlTinp
15 cents to ircm a whole week's wash Costs only three
a or lour cents to keep cool all day.
I Wc handle all styles of G-E Irons and Fans,
a Come in and select those which you think your wife
g will like best.
Electric Shop r
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J. Wesley Lee!
"The Good Clothes Man"
has provided for all of your hot weather;
B. V. D. and Olus
Lisle and Silk Sox
Wash Ties. .
Oxfords, white, black, and tan.
Palm Beach, two piece Suits, the cool
est that vou could possibly wear.
Come in and let
J. WESLEY UP-
THE GOOO CLOTHES MAN,
L f? liUJM C. I ' ""
11th $ 075.35
17th , 1148.44
& SAVINGS CO.,
TWENTY-TWO DAYS WITHOUT
It has beon 22 days since we havo
had any rain here. Drouth is hegiuniiig
We should havo another circus.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
ull4, Pint National Hank maiding,
UUAYNVIU.K, K Y.
Local and Look I Office No. 655.
Distance Phones f Keildenoe No. 117.
nr.litiM(. Pac .1, m
in all shades.
with soft collars to;
ue help you keep cool.l
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