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Why not consider this llvo
atoro in tho snnio light as any
jithor professional you might
fwiflU to consult Doctor, Law-
Iyer or Banker.
When you're in need of
.Clothes Counsel hotter conio
horo and let us show you why
our Clothes at $18, $20, $22.00,
$25, $27.50, $30 or $35 fully de
servo your consideration and
?;6eo. H. Frank & Co.
Havsville's Pnremost Clothiers.
Mrs. A. A. McLaughlin spent Tuesday
Mrs. H. C. PoUitt mid little daughter
spending tho nummcr in VnMceburg.
and Mrs. S. I. Jolmson, of Dal-
I'exas, ape guests of her brother,
Mary Patterson and Mis Adgie
of (Jcriumitown were shopping in
Sam Guy after a pleasant visit
. and Mrs. William Kalder loturn-
Lee Clifford of Newport lias re
I. to tins city and is now connected
tho It. A. Carr Flour Mill.
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jy. jir. iiuuuersuu ui aucuuurj; iu
spending u few days with the firm ol
Mcllvain, IIuniilirey and Knox.
Miss Ueatrico I'ollitt of Memphis,
't JTenn., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
',' Thomas M. Russell in East Third street
i, Undo "Billy'' Dawson returned
' homo yesterday from Portsmouth after
n'pieawnt visit with friends and tola-
Tho Ward Kids of this eity have been
, engaged to sing at the Princess Theater,
p "vkTIpiniiigsburg, next Mondiiy if.nl Tues
Mrs. Dr. A. R.Quigley left yesterday
morning for a visit with her parents,
; 'Mr. aud Mrs. McKenzie at lluutingtoii,
.. W. Va. ....Itftiltfl
Mrs. Frank Manueu of Minneapolis,
Minn., will arrive Friday morning to
visit Mrs. Claraneo Wood of West Front
Tho many friends of Mis Mary D.iul
Sit tiu will be glad to know that she is
greatly improved in health at Clifton
f- Springs, N. Y.
kMigs Clemmio D. Tollo has returned
kmo after a seveial days' visit with
tier aunt. Mrs. John Anderson of Cin
Mrs. A. W. Pillman of IJetliel, Ohio,
arrived yesterday evening for n visit
with her son, Kloin Dillman and family,
I'nfitauva T f QuitAna Qlinrivinn A rn
t WJlUUnStt, J V tvJIIIJU 413. Mill lilllllt ftilll
'& fond Iloraco J. Cochran wero in Cinein-
h' Matl yesterday looking after attraction
I- , for 'Becchwood Pari;.
Stanley McDowell went to Ripley
Wednesday evening for a few days'
visit with friends. Ho Mill attend tho
Commencement danco there tonight.
i 'Special prepared paint $1.25 per gal-
k Ion at HENDBICKSON'S.
3 River 6.8 feet nnd falling.
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A .t. JLL.. fj&w ' A- " 7AT ' "
iapoicou, jaivorcou josepjimo, nun,
wo'll tip dff-'tho soerdU dosto used musk
Tho avorngo man knows how tho
Oovorumout should bo run, but ho enn
not tell you how old his children arc
to guvo his life.
DEPUTY SHERIFF KILLS WOMAN.
Paris, Ky., Juno II. J, O. Mnrshnll,
deputy sheriff of tills cointy, shot and
killed Jenuio Johnson, colored, nt Ruck
orville, near Paris, about 1 o'clock this
afternoon, in a row over tho polsoniug
of somo chickens.
DEATH BLOW TO THE FEDERAL
Chicago, 111., Juno II. Thy Cincinnati
baso ball club, and through it organiz
ed baso ball, won probably its most im
portant victory when- Judge (leorge
If. I'oell in the Superior court of Cook
County mnde permanent tho InjuMetion
lestralning Pitcher Oeorgo "Chief"
Johnson from playing with tho Kansas
City Fedoials le.iguo club or any other
team than the Cincinnati Reds. It is
beliovcd that tho decision will complete
ly stop all efforts by Federal league
agents to ?.iducu plnycrs in organized
baso ball to jump to tho new league.
It nlso means, it is claimed, that own
ers of clubs can now feel secure that
their teams will remain intact for the
remainder of this season. Rumors of
this or that star player planning to
jump also will cease.
By tho Pupils of Miss Lida Berry at
tho Public Library, Wednesday
Miss Lida Berry's piano pupils last
evening scored a success in. their recital.
Duet L.i Oraeieuse Bolitu
Misses i'ollitt and Shea
l.ltll,. Tin.- Ill ii.. I,ivsn
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Whippoor Will DuttoM
The Rooster Maxim
Master Joe Wadsworth
Beautiful Rose Cramer
Miss Adalaido Davidson
Sextette Lucia di Lammermoor
Miss Louise Rogers
Spring's Awakening Espcn
Master Leslie Walker
Dance of the Marionettes IVaris
Miss Mary Downing
Valse Woodland Swing Krogmann
Muiigariir'ii "Song Esterhay
Master Mitchell Matthews
Miss Abide Shea
The Doll's Dream Oeston
Master Markham Hicks
Rocking the Ciadle Button
Robin 's Lullaby Krogmnnn
Miss Ethel Groppeiibacker
Bohemian Girl Balfo-Tonelli
Pilgrim's Chorus (Thnnnhauser)
Master Pearco Rwun.ig
GoldiM Buttertlies Krogmann
Miss Georgia Simons
Spanish Banco Ducello
Miss 1'iances Ciawford
Anita Spanish Dance Brown
Master Frank Browning
Miss Georgia Hicks
Miss Louiso Adair
Miss Xnomia Mathews
Suiish.'io Caprice Read
Miss Anna Louise Bland
La Harpo Smith
Miss Alta Adams
Miss Maud Knight
Lovu Song Cadmau
Valse Op. 15 No. 5 Deneo
Miss Margaret Downing
Valse Brilliant Smith
Miss Katie Fulton
Tdilio .., Lack
Miss Scottio StevensiM
Polka do Concert Hoist
Miss Carroll Matthews
Fantasia (Martha) Smith
Miss Lucy Smith
Valse Koiuautiquc Chamiuadc
Miss Marv Mathews
The best car for its price
and none better at any price.
That's yhat we claim for the
Ford.. And more than four
hundred and fifty thousand
Fords in world-wide service
bear out our contention. Buy
Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runa
bout; the touring ?nr is five fifty; electric self-starter
and electric lights $100 extra f. o. b, Detroit, com
plete with equipment- CM catalog and particulars
from Central Garage Co., 112-UM10 Market street,
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T 3ftfttBMttntfftM ' Site
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' Proud W you aro of tho daugh-
tor, and proud as sho 1 of grad
uation honors thoro Is Boon hut
a moraory of such events unless
a, portrait kcop3 tho record of
each milcstono of youth.
Our styles of school pictures
aro appropriate to tho occasion.
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
Ohio Stato League.
Portsmouth at Chillicothe.
Charleston at Lexington. '
Mnysvillo at Iroutou.
Huntington at Newport.
National Loaguc. ;
Boston at Brooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia.
No other games scheduled.
St. Louis at Detroit.
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia nt Boston.
Cleveland at Chicago.
Ohio Stato League.
Chillicothe, 12-1; Lexington, ."-II.
Irciton, 3; Huntington, 5.
Maysville, 5; Portsmouth, II.
Charleston-Newport, no game.
' Chicago, (i; Pittsburg, .".
St. Louis, C; Cincinnati, 2 (
Boston, I); Brooklyn, 0.
New York, II; Philadelphia, 10.
Cleveland, C; Chicago, 2.
St. Louis, 7; Detroit, 1.
Washington, 2; Now York, 0 First
Washington, 5; Nov York, H Second
Philadelphia, 10; Boston. 1 First
Philadelphia, 7; Boston, 5 Second
STANDING OP THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato League.
Won Iiost P. C.
Loxiiigtc.i 21 II! .1S
Chillicothe 22 II .011
Portsmouth 10 !" ."!
Ironton 1!. Hi ..13
Charleston IS 1S .500
Huntington 15 20 .I2H
Maysvillo 11 20 .112
Newport 12 22 .115:1
Won Lost P. C
New Yorl 21! Ill XW
Cincinnati 27 11! -2S
Pittsburgl 21 1-7 .n.":t
Brooklyn 22 "2.1 .ISO
Chicago 21 22 .-IRS
St. Louis 21 21 .-107
Philadelphia .....'. 17 i 20 .Ifi'.l
Boston 12 21 .IlHIt
Won Lost P. 0.
Washington 20 1." .!.'! I
Philadelphia 21 II " .:I2
Detroit . .' 25 IS .r.Sl
St. Louis 21 10 ."i2."i
Boston 15) 21 .l7o
Chicago I.. 151 2.1 .-1U2
New York 12 2:t .-12.1
Cleveland II 25 .Il."i!l
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions ou country produce, telephoned nt
5) o'clock. by tho E. lu Manchester Pro
liens. ,,......... 10c
Duck's . .'.'.'.,.'.. rr.. 8o
Spring chickens, weighing
Vi. lbs ; 25
Old roosters 7e
Geese Oc. .
Cincinnati, .Tuno 3. Receipts for tho
past 24 hours aro as follows: Cattle,
57); hogs, 11005; sheep, 285W.
Cattle Steady ou good, slow nnd
weak on other grades. Shippers $7.25
8.50; hutcher steers, extra $8,358.50,
38 fatocy dry fed steers (833 pounds)
.$8.85, good to choico $7.758.25, com
mon to fair I.7575.
Bulls Slow and woak. Bologna 45,75
0.75, extra .ffl.800.85, fat liulls '0.7r
Milch Cows Slow mid i weak.
Calves Activo and strotig to 25c
higher, Extra $0.500.75, fow fiincy
$10, fair to good $7.r0!).50, common
and largo $5.500.
Hogs PackorH and buUdiors
10c hlghor; light nhijipors and pigs un
changed and mIow. Selected heavy $8.20
25, good to choice packers and
butchers $8.20S.25, plgsJJO lbs, Aul
Sliooi Stoady. Extra light $1.8.1,
good to choice i4.(iOt.7Sl eommoii to
fair $3J,40, heavy sheep iM4.2.1.
Spring Lambs Steady. Extra .$0.25,
good to choico $8.75l).lfi, common to
fair 0.508.5Q, yonrlings,$50.73,
Wlioat- easy1 OSOIIVij corustdndy,
7575Wt..oSr Stcndy,. 41(311 Wjyq
firnrj. !70y hay,. ntdAity, tiinflthy, . JO
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NOTES ritOM TIIB BOVBB NEWS.
TWo carlQads of cans and two of cases
aro holng unloaded by the Dover Pack
Somo tobacco was sot Tuesday morn
ing, after tho rains of Monday, but the
"season" was a light ouo nnd the
plants arc not expected to do much good
uMlcss moro rain falls soon.
Dr. P. G. Smoot, presidont, and 13. L.
Manchester, secretary, of tho Audubon
Water Company, wero down Sunday to
visit tho well, and found it still doing
business at tho snMb old stand.
C. B. Black, now located ns C. & O.
operator at Maysvillo, mado a Hying
business trip to Dover Saturdny morn-
The nutomobllo ow'.ior and a tidy
housekeeper living close by a dusty jdko
or street, tako n different view of ji
cloud of dust.
RIPLEY BEE NEWS NOTES.
County Treasurer W. B. Albright is
ill at ids homo in Georgetown, with ty
Mrs. Rosa Bower, wifo of Sheriff Ike
Bower, died at her homo in Oeiirge
town Monday afternoon nt 4 o'clock,
after a short illness.
The Alumni dance will be held at Odd
Fellows' Temple, Thursday evening,
Juno tli. Splendid music and a royal
Laiighorno Talib Anderson of Point an
View Stock Farm, Maysville, last Sat
urday purchased the fine Shetland pony
of Dr. Alexander Wylie.
Samuel L. Kelly lias moved for the
first time in 01 years. Having sold the
old homestead lie moved into what is
known as the old laundry building
which he owns. Ho was two years old
when ho moved into his former bomb.
It is well known that the Christian
churches of Mason County, are support
ing a missionary in China. The entire
salary of Mrs. Frank C. Buck is pro
vided for by this cou'aty. With this
in view spine of the Christian Sunday
Schools will take their missionary of
fering next Sunday morning. Any in
dividual in these Sunday Schools who
gives $1.05 will be given a definite date
as the day when they support the mis
sionary. For that amouMt pays one
The Maysville Christian Bible Schv:
is asking tho different classes to give
the amounts as follows: Primary classes,
25.00; Junior classes, $20.00; Miss Me
Dougle's class, $5.00; Mr. Bowling's
class, $3.00; Miss llanselman's class.
$S; Mr. Scott's class, $S; Mrs. Fra.eo's
class, $; Mr. Frank's Mass, $25.00: Mr.
Stahl's men's class, $10.00; Olllcers,
No one in this or any other school is
compelled to give, though all aro ask
ed to do so if at all able. The-entr-.
taiunient to lie giuM by tho cliildien
on next Sunday morning will immediate
ly follow the regular study of the les
son. A full attendance of the church
membership is expected.
"EDUCATION IN KENTUCKY"
"Tho Specialist" In Teachers Is Here
Prof. Dix to Succeed Prof. Gal-
ther As Principal of Mayslick
Thoso in Kentucky who contributed
the work necessary to secure the better
school law passed in 15'OS, and since
perfected hnvo much , cause to feel
proud of results. This year's commence
inent program of tho Boone County
High School at Burlington, nrranged by
the principal, Mr. E. L. Di, which we
give in full, is:
(1) A Better Banking System for the
By a young man from tho farm who
'has already accepted a position with one
of our Banks at tho close of the school
(2.) Parm Advertising and Tho Parcel
Tho young man who" handles this sub
ject will exhibit large placards repre
senting attractive advertisements that
farmers may use to call attention of
City people and others to their products.
Ho will also show eartoMs filled with
apples, parcel post egg packages, and
nthor possible profit-producing schemes
which most farmers overlook.
(3) Cooking as a Fino Art.
The young lady will hnvo a stove,
utensils and mntorial on the platform
from which sho will prepare special
dishes and cook them, with appropriate
(1) Labor Saving Devices In tho
Tho young lady will domonstrato mod
ern cCaVenicnees, such ns tho vacuum
cleaner, not In common uso in our com
munity. (5) Dollars and Senso In tho Dairy
Tli is young man Whoso father is n
progrussivo dairyman will oxplaln tho
uso and advantages of feed and milk
records. JFo will also test milk on the
platform and porhaps operato a farm
milk separator, ifo wants to bring a
t-alf upon tho stage aud explain its good
and bad points.
(0) Backl Truck! Backl Truck!
The largo trucks aro bringing too
many things iito Boono County from
Cincinnati that thoy ought to be taking
to CiuciniMtti from Boono County. Till'
young man (discusses that situation,
7) Home Decorations and Ornaments
(8) Character, Tho Greatest Thing
.A fifth yoiuig ninn keeps us from get
ting too far. ufloUl.
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jM T-V?AITINav ONOAr.ItANJ5A,
Nlrfgnra Falis,-Ont., JUno 3. Media
tion 'tonight ,wuitg on Gen. Onrranzn,
commander-in-chief .of tho rebels in
Mexico, Ho has in'his possession n com
munication from tho South American
iHplomnts which opons tho door for
Constitutionalists representation in the
IfnftiFa Cannot be Cureil
e&secf portion of the ear. There ii only one way to
diei. Deafneii 1 caused by an Inflamed oondl
ttonof the rauoouillnlntfof tbo Kustaoblan tube.
When thli tube U Inflamed you have a rumbling
oloied,deatneat lithe result, and unlentheln
nammatlon can be taken out and this tube Ta
ilored to tti normal condition, bearing will be
byCfttarrah, which li nothing but an Inflammed
We wlllglve One Hundred Uollari (or any caie
otdea(neit(cauAed bjoatarrh) that cannot be
cured by Halt's Catarrh Cure, Seudforolroulari
free. K.J. OHKNEY A CO., Toledo, O.
WANTED WOItK Anyono who wants
a good farm hand to work for them
call at Tho Ledger office.
WANTED Children t(T board in coun
try. Terms reasonable. Mrs. John
Whitchursr, Aberdeen, O., R. R. 1.
SALESMEN WANTED Earn qM0
monthly. Expenses. Experience un
necessary. Advertiso aud tako or
dors from merchants for Smoking aud
Chewing tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars,
etc. IIEMET COMPANY, M-w York.
N. Y. mv030t
$0.00 to $12.00 "WEEKLY PAID Ti,
Men and Women for working nt home
during sparo timo. Bond 10c silver
for names of 40 firms supplying such
work. DEE PUBLISHING CO., De
troit, Mich. myC-lm
FOB SALH Eight artificial palms and
me artificial boxwood. AVill sell at a
bargain. Call at Central Oarage, l-.1t
wash stand and dresser, Morris chair,
two rocking chairs, library table, two
small tables, one large rug and several
small rugs and a small gas heating
stove. Must bo sold at once. Call
S. B. Cor. Third and Sutton Sts.,
Thursday or Priday after .ti.'IO p. in.
FOR HUNT Flat of -1 rooms, newly
papered and painted, gas aud bath.
Apply at 3G W. Trout streot. iu221mo
IMCEONS pny dollais where chickens
pay cents; small capital needed;
small spaco required; always penned
up; ready markets; send for May is
sue of our .lournal; fully explained
there; price ten cents. Reliable Sipiab
.lournal Versailles, Mo. jult-in
LOST Shot sack containing between
f5 and $10 iu small silver change.
Tinder pleas-o leave at this ofllco and
receive reward. J. 2.
Tuna Fish, makes delicious
salad, better thau salmon.
Monarch Olive Salad, is a
combination of Olives, Pimentos
and Celery, makes the finest sand
wiches. Trj the new desert, Bryn
Mawr Cream I'rappe.
Fancy New York Cream and
J. C. CABLISH
M dooip imz&wF
one often needs a refreshing 'nip'
and you can't always get it good
on tho .road. Take a bottle of our
famous Ryo Whisky with you and
you will be well protected for the
journey whether it bo by land or
water. This is. the finest Whisky
ever distilled and is perfectly pure
and wholesome, and is recom
mended by physicians to their pa
tients. 0. H. P. Thomas & Co.,
120-122 Harkit Strut,
S Some Things That Yon Need to
Make Yourself Comfortable
This Hot Weather
Lawns, Voiles, Crepes, Ratines, Mulls, otc., from ilvo cents a
yard up. Many of thorn at specially roducpd price
Silks aro always cool and at tho new prices will bo interest
ing to you.
Somo oxelusivo pattorsus in handsomo Silks and Crepes at
greatly reduced price.
Fans, Parasols, Oauzo Underwear, etc., aro ready for you.
Curtain goods in groat variety at very nttractlvo prices.
Rugs of all kinds a'id sios less in price than ever boforo.
You will have to seo them iu ordor to judgo of tin, bargains of
fered. Klectrleity will keep yon cool whilo bnlng here.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, ihe follow
ing table shows you whauyou will have to your credit at ihe end
of each year, including our payment of 3 compound interest.
1st $ 52.77
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
$950--Choice Residence Lot--$950
West Second street, sixty feet front and rear on both Second and
Third streets, adjoining on the East side the fine residence of the Hon.
Jas. N. Kehoe; an unusual aud the last opportunity to secure a desirable
HOME lot for this price iu the West End. Smaller lots in this neigh
borhood recently sold for from ;i,oco to $2,000 each.
W W. WIKOFF
Mrs. Kliahcth Woodward retui'aed
from Xew York ye-derday. She Mill
isit friends nnd relatives at Flemings
burg and this city for several weeks.
Qnllrl, t'lratNnlloiiHl HnnU ItulI.UuK.
Lool&ud Look I Oflioe No. 555.
UliUnce Pbones f Kel(1enc No 117
Mr. Joshua dregg of Cleveland, Ohio,
leinemberi'.l the I.ibrarv Auction Sale
l3 '.ending i 1" note to Mii Mary E.
COUGLIN & CO.
and Sales Stable
Embalmers. for Hire.
Hie O-K Kan and llie G-K KlaHrnn n. i.lonl ,.Mc t ?
Day with the '
iloinestiu labor the year 'round. The iron does not heat
the air ami the fan provides n pleasant, cooling breeze.
G-E Electric Flatirons and Fans
form n comfortable hot weather combination. Costs only
15 cents to iron n whole week's wash Costs only three
or four cents to keep cool all day. i
We handle nil styles of G-K Irons and Fans.)
Gnne in und select those which you think your wife
will like best.
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J. Wesley Lee
"The Good Clothes Man"
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: S B. V. D. and'Olus Underwear.
h If Lisle and Silk Sox in all shades. .
J Summer Shirts with soft collars
I J Wash Ties.
j J Oxfords, white, black, and tan.
Palm Beach, two piece Suits, the cool-S t
est that you could possibly wear.
Come in and let us help you keep
J. WESLEY LEE,
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