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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
. Go onrly to jet good seals.
DR. E. L. POWELL
of Louiavlllo
TUESDAY NIOHT
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t?f , inoii SCHOOL
1 And if your aro not Satisfied, wo
will givo your monoy back.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Mavsvlllft's Foremost Clothiers.
PUBLICfiSlSlLEDfiER
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fvRrnt rAvu fs?i
F&tVSOHWe.
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Mr. Abe Qalanty is hero from Lexing
ton, to spend his vacation.
Mr. Chambers Zwlogart of the Ohio
Mechanics Institute, Cincinnati, is
homo for vacation.
Mrs. fleorge Traxel and '.liece, Miss
Alice Knight, aro visiting lelatives and
friends at Columbus, Ohio.
Mrs. W. 1'. Munzing of Dover is hero
for a visit with her son, W'r. V. A.
Munzing of Forest aenuo.
Mrs. A. V, Kelts returned Friday from
a four weeks' visit to relatives in (hay
son, Ashland and Huntington. '
Mi9.ses hula Iiaugli and Myrtle Rob
erson havo returned home from u visit
to Mrs. Carl Koherson of Maytdick.
Prof, and Mrs. .1. A. Caldwell, of
Minerva, leave next Wednesday for Chi
cago, where they will attend tho Uni
versity.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Carr arrived from
IluntingttM Wednesday mid are guests
of his mother, Mis. Hoc Carr, in the
L'ast End.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blevins and lit
tle ehild, of near Maysville, were guests
of relatives here the past week. Mt-
Sterling Gazette.
Miss Ada Walters of Kast Third street
loft Wedncsdnv nioiniiiL' to mako her
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All 50cy-HrtV
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:7?r homo with Mrs. George W. 1'ollitt, now
viat Alaiikato, Aiiuucsutu.
Mr. Roy Porter is homo on a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Por
ter. Mr. Porter is now recoLMiod as
ono of the coming actors on the Amer
ican stage.
"
. Mr. C. G.DeL'uiau. who has been taking
rfrr ii I'nnrsn in lindkluu'iiiii" at Herna Col-
, , 1 n
lege, is now at Maplowood, tho home of
Jiis mother, Mrs. "C. C. Degnian at
Bpringdale. Mr. Degman is a high
toned goutlcmnu and he will embark in
bus'iMess in .Maysville.
Miss Blanch Ross, of Sharon, will
'leave Saturday to uttiMd tho Com
mencement of Eastern Kentucky State
Normal, where, her sister, Mary will
graduate. Miss Mury will remain for
tho summer term to specialize in
' branches of her chosen work. Mrs.
I TIMU An.Tnrumi nf Wnlmit. Hills. Gin-
) cinnati, returned to her home Satur
day, after a visit of two weeks to Mrs.
Iiizzio Anderson. After a short stay
at hor apartuu'ats in Cincinnati and at
'her farm at Melbourne sho will visit
hor daughter in Dayton, Ohio. Sho will
go to New York to meet another daugh
terwho will sail for Kuropo about the
' 35th. Dover News.
PAIGE.
KJ.l 0wmJ 'ir'-tUitrU
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Miss Mildred llalua has ruttiruud to
hor homo on Rlvorviow Terrace after
attending school tho pnst senson nt
Christian College, Columbia, Mo.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ort, ntod daugh
ter, Kathcryn, spent Sunday tho guest
of his mother In Maysville. Mr. and
Mrs. Will Oroppenbacher and two chil
dren, of Maysville, were guests of her
sister, Mrs. John Mann, Sunday.
Norman Bowman, who has been attend
ing school in Maysville, roturncd homo
Tuesday. Vajicoburg Sun.
John Holer nnd wife, of CovingtoM,
spent Sunday as guests of his parents at
Chatham. John has been in tho employ
of tho C. & O. at Covingtou tho past
several years, but has been transferred
to Maysville, where ho will' havo charge
of tho automatic signals, and will move.
Mrs. J. J. Wood has roturncd frni a
visit at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
JohM Staker, in Maysville. Augusta
Chronicle.
MAYSVILLE BEATEN BY IRONTON
8 TO 3.
Irouton, O., Juno -I. Tho Nailers hit
tho old pill for keeps today with Smith
and Nally lending in tho slugging.
Chapman protested the gamo in tho
fourth because of a close decision at
tho plate. Dieterieh's fielding was a
feature. Tho score:
Innings ' 12 3 45078 9
Maysville 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 !2 3
lioutou 3 0 0 2 10 2 0 x S
Krrors DiAiovan, Dieterich, McD.iu
iels, Nally. Two base hits Smith, Nal
ly. Three base hits Pezold, Dietrich.
Sacrifice hits Pell, Donovan, Dashner.
Stolen base Boll. Double plays Die
trich to Kniery, Claustr to Nally to
Smith. Struck out By Haemes 1, by
Djshuer (, by Donovan I. Virst base
on balls OH" Dashner 1. Hit by pitch
er Barrett. Left on bases Maysville
5, trontnii (i. Wihl pitch Itaohies. Time
1:33. I'mpire Kuhii.
PEACH CROP SOLD
Warren County Growers Will Got $1.60
n Bushel.
Bowling Green. Hubert D. Graham,
representing the Peach Growers Asso
ciation of Wiincn County, closed a ecM
tract for his crop, estimated at from
eighteen to twenty-five curs, the buyers
being Schatz Brothers, of Chattanooga,
representing the Buffalo Fruit J'x
change. Tho- price delivered on the
ears here is $1.00 a bushel. Tho pros
pect for the peach nop is now tpitto
good, and tho delivery will begin in
IN THIRD CLASS
Boosting of Carlislo Postofflco Shows
Progress of Town.
The Carlislo postoilice Iins been raised
to tho third class, and beginning July,
1 the salary of tho postmaster will bo
iucreased from $1,700 to $1,800 a year.
The ollicial notice fiom the Pbstoflicc
Department has just beeu received by
Postmaster A. B. Tilton.
Carlisle is ono of the most progressive
little cities in Kentucky. It also has a
nowspuper correspondent who knows
how to make a mnuuln,iu out of a mole
hill. n RAILROAD ACCIDENTS
"1c t -Dccreaso
Is Shown for Quarter Which
Ended December 31, 1913.
Washington, Juno 4. A total dc
crease of 175 persons killed and 517 in
jured in all classes of railroad accidtUt;
was shown in the accident bulletin is
sued to day by tho Interstate Commerce
Commission for the quarter ended Do
comber 31, 1013 as compared with the
corresponding quarter of 1012. Thero
was also a decrease of 3SC in the mini
bor of train accidents.
The leiiort shows 1,150 collisions and
2,307 derailments for tho quarter, with
pioporty damage of f,3,0!IO)3(10.
Practically all of the figures show de
creases.
AYBE it is an old fashioned
idea this notion of putting alt
the value possible into the car
itself and as little as possible
into overhead expense
But it has Riven the Paige a posi
tively dominant position amiJng
cars of medium price
Ample capital for operating pur
posesno bonded indebtedness
no excessive capitalization no
heavy overhead of any kind to be
paid for.
Just a full dollar of car value for
every dollar of the selling price.
Is it any wonder that the Paige is
going to be oversold again this
year in spite of increased produc
tion? The PiIi-Drtroit Motor Car Co.. Detroit. Mich.
Central Garage Co,,
Maysville, Ky.
i&53S5333
Proud as you mo of tho dough
tor, and proud as sho is of grad
uation honors thoro is Boon but
a momory of such events unless
a portrait kcops tho record of
each milestone of youth.
Our styles of school pictures
aro appropriate to tho occasion.
Brosee
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
BASE BALL RESU LTS
GAMES TODAY.
Ohio Stato Loaguo.
Portsmouth at Chillicothc.
Charleston at Lexington.
Mnysvlllo nt Irontou.
Huntington at Newport.
National Loaguo.
St. Louis at New York.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati nt Bostva.
Pittsburgh nt Philadelphia.
American League
St, Louis, at Detroit.
Cleveland at Chicago.
No other games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Ohio Stato League.
Lexington, 2; Charleston, 1.
Portsmouth, 3; Chillicothc, 1.
Maysville, 3; Irontou, 8.
Huntington, 1; Newport, 3.
National League.
Boston Brooklyn, rain.
Now Yoik I'hiladelphia, rain.
No other games scheduled .
American League.
Cleveland, 0; Chicago, 2.
Other games postponed, raKi.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato Loague.
Won Lost
P.O.
.029
.595
.572
.550
.tS7
.III
.100
.371
Lexington .
Chillicnthe
Portsmouth
irontou . .
Charleston
Huntington
Maysvillo .
Newport .
13
15
15
1(1
10
21
21
II.)
20
20
18
15
U
13
National Loaguo.
Wou Lost
P. C
.039
.02S
.553
.1S9
.-1SS
.107
.159
.333
P.O.
.031
.032
New York
Cincinnati ,
Pittsburgh .
Brooklyn .
Chicago . . .
St. Louis .
23
13
K!
17
23
(11
21
20
2t
21
21
21
17
12
Philadelphia
Boston . ..
American League.
Won Lost
Washington 2(5 15
Philadelphia 2 14
Detroit 25 18
St. Louis 21 10
Boston 10 21
Chicago 10 25
Now York 12 23
Cleveland M 28
.581
.525
.175
.132
.-125
.333
Ask the neighbor about "Aerolux"
Porch Shades. Mcrz Bros.
Woodrow Is tho 'name of tho new post
office that will bo established soon in
Breckinridgo County. Tho olllce is
named in honor of the President.
Our golORd Citizens,
The colored Odd Fellows of this city
will go to Flemlngsburg Sunday JiMo
9th to attend memorial day services.
WEATHER REPORT
FAIR IS THE PREDICTION FOR
TODAY; LOOAL SHOWERS SATUR
DAY. RIVER NEWS.
Biver (1.7 feet and fnjliug.
Tho name of tho packet Steel City,
formerly tho Virginia, will bo changed
again. Captain William Irwiu says sho
will be called the La Salle.
MAYSVILLEPRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tiotts on country produce, telephoned at
I) o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
luce Company": ,
Eggs 15o
Butter . 1.1c
lions 10i:
Hums lie
Spring chlekons, weighing
1& lbs ..25o
Old roostera 7c
f loose . Da,
Turkeys 13o
CINCINNATI MARKETS
Live Stock.
Cincinnati, Juno 4. Hog receipts
3,400; market steady. Cattlo receipts
000; market slow; calves notlvo, $5.50(fi?
10.00. Sheep receipts 2,800; market
tondy.
i drain.,
Wheat steady, OSQOO corn easy,
littQfityjiCi- oats steady, '41llVje;
ryo Hipiiy. ou70c
Provisions.
Buer steady; oirua JSrift; nrimo: firsts,
lHl.t,
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ueronua.ti
Ah colors In Silk Stockings at fiOo.
Mors Bros,
MISS TIIRELKELD TO MAKE EU
ROPEAN TOUR,
Miss Hilda Threlkold, tho teacher of
English in tho Maysvillo High School,
lenves Juno 0th for rt two months' tour
of Europe. From this city sho goes to
Quebec, Canada, who) sho will sail
for Kuropo on Juno 11th.
SOME PRINCIPLES
Of County School Administration
Adopted Thursday by tho County
1 Board of Education.
1. Tho Stato demands tho duties of
citizenship of every citizen.
2. Tho citizen can not perform those
duties without education.
3. Tho child can not secure educa
tion without schools.
I. An elementary school within walk
i'.ig distance of every child over six
years old.
5. Tho demand of modorn life mako
high school education a scmi-nccossity
to nil and n necessity to some.
G. It is not prncticablo to placo a
high school within walking distaucu of
every child; but it Is practicable and
right to placo such a school within
riding distanco of every child over four
teen years old.
7. All parts of a county bo treated
as 'nearly alike as possible, that is, no
Ifavoritism should bo shown by the,
County Board to any part of tho county
over another part of tho county.
8. Tho bounty of tho County Board
should be measured by tho effort that
a given section makes to help itself.
9. The County Board should follow
these, principles in distributing money:
a, First It should bo based
upon tho Meed of, tho people.
b, Second It should encourage
effort.
c.-rThird Charity should bo
eliminated as far as possible
I'llect teachers on Saturday, June
0th.
Make salary schedule Saturday,
Juno 13th.
GET TOGETHER
Meeting of G. 0. P. Leaders Held
at Louisville, and Sense of the
Gathering is That Both Sides
Should Make Concessions
Sufficient to Present
a Solid Front
Cicero Bnrnott and Louis Vissman
Como Back to tho Fold
Louisville, .luno I. Bopublican lead
ers throughout the Statu held a confer
euce at Republican headquarters in the
Cult House lust night and discussed
plans for cementing tho breach bo
twetM them and tho Progressives with
a view to presenting a united front in
tho coming race for United States Sen
ator to succeed tho Democrat to bo nam
ed by Qov. McCreary as successor of
the late Senator AV. O. Bradley during
tho unexpired term.
Present at tho conferenco were Cicero
Barnett, of Hartford, who supported
tho Progressive ticket in tho last gen
eral election, and Louis Vissman ot
Louisville, who also affiliated with the
Progressives in tho last municipal clec
tlou. Each declared that ho was back
in lino with tho leaders of tho Repub
lican party and promised "to do all in
his power to bring about a union of
tho Republicans and Progressives
throughout the Stato.
Will Meot Half Way.
Although Mothing definite was done
at tho meeting last night, the sentiment
seemed to bo In favor of meeting the
Progressives half way, provided they
evince a willingness to join with the
Republicans in the coming light against
tho Democrats, It was suggested dur
lug the conferenco that tho l'rogres
slves might bo told that if they would
fail to mako a Mom i nation for United
States Senator, the Republicans would
fail to make a nomination for Congress
in this and probably some other ills
t rifts in tho State.
Tho suggestion, was inado that the
Progressives bo given equal repips.ent
ution On tho Republican Stato Central
Committee with Republicans. This
suggestii.i enmo from Stato Senator
J. ,I Bosworth, of Middlesboro, eandi
date for the Republican nomination for
Congress from tho Eleventh district,'
who, in a brief address to those assem
bled, promised to do overything in his
power to bring about a union of the
Republicans and Progressives in his
congressional district.
Besides those mentioned, others pres
ent nt tliO conferenco lust night were:
Roy Wllhoit, former flov Augustus E.
Wilson, Charles Scholl, Win. Iloyburn,
William Marshall Bullitt, Louisville;
Morris flulvln, Covington; W. D. Coch
ran, Maysvillo; Edwin Morrow, Somer
set; 1). C, Edwards, London; Robert II.
.Winn, Mt, Htqrllng; Harry Qlovannoll,
editor of tho Lexington Leader; Tlios,
B, Mcflrogor, Frankfort; Ludlow Potty,
Judge Oeorgo Du Rollo, Louiavlllo; W.
II, Jones, Glasgow; J, M. Chilton, Louis
ArlHe; Aivln II. nnd C. B, Clark Chris
tian County; Robort Hunter, Welutor
County; Homer Bryson, Carlisle; Honry
Van Znnt, Metcnlfo County; Ctus. Bab
lard nnd Samuel Anderson, Louisville,;
Joint, II.. foyor Newport? Coutuy Judge
iBoltK.. tif jJtowporl! b'iKoVi?f t ..Day?
'jlgOrjnimjaag. ri '"Sf'MlSUU
' Itaitnti Oniiuui be C'nrl
brloolppllo&tloni,tbyonnhotreohthdli.
Medportlod ot the car, Tbera U only one way to
earrde&fneiiftndthatU by oonitltutlonalrem
dlei. Deafneu ll oauied by an Inflamed condi
tion of the inucoul lining of the Euitaoblan tube.
When thli tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling
oundorlmper feotheatlng, and when Itlientlrely
oloied,deafneii lithe remit, and uuleiitbe In
flammation oan be taken out aud thli tube re
stored to It normal condition, bearing will be
deitroyedforever; nlneoaieaoutof tenareoauted
byOatarrnh,vhlobli notblnxbut u lnflammi'd
oondltlonof the muooui lurfacen,
WewlllglveOne Hundred Dollari (or any oaie
otdeatneufoauied byoatarrb) that oannot be
oured by Ilall'i Catarrh Cure. Send (orolroulari
tree. F.J.OHKNKY A CO.,To)edo,0.
SoldbyDruggliti,?;,
Take Hall'iKamlly 1'lllifor oonitlpatlon,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
WANTED WOItK Anyono who wauts
a good farm liufld to work for them
call at Tho Lcdgor ollico.
SALESMEN WANTED Earn $101
monthly. Expenses, Exporienco un
necessary. Advcrtiso and taho or
ders from merchants for Smoking nnd
Ckowhig tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars,
etc. 1IEMET COMPANY, M w VorK,
N. Y. my03l)f
tC.OO to $12.00 WEEKLY PAID TO
Mon and Women for working nt home
during sparo timo. Send 10c silver
for names of 40 firms supplying such
work. DEE PUBLISHING CO., De
troit, Mich. myC-lm
FOR SALE.
FOB SALE Eight artificial palms and
no nrtificial boxwood. Will sell at a
bargain. Call at Central Oarage. 4-3t
FOB SALE My business lit 111 East
Third street. Benson for selling, leav
ing tho city. ('has. T. Pierce. 5 (It
FURNITURE BAItOAlNS Davenport,
wash stand and dresser, Morris chair,
two rocking chairs, libiary table, two
small tables, one largo rug and suveral
small i tigs aud a small gas heating
stove. Must bo sold at ouce. Call
S. E. Cor. Third aud Sutton Sts.,
Thursday or Friday after 3:30 p. m.
FOR RENT.
l'OIt BENT Nice furnished rooms
with bath. Apply at 21 1 Limestone
street. Mis. W. L. Carter. 5-tf
FOB BENT Flat Of l rooms, nowly
papered and paiuted, gas aud bath.
Apply at 3G W," Front street. m221mo
POULTRY.
I'KIEONS pay dollars whero chickens
pay cents; small capital needed;
small space required; always penned
up; ready markets; sond for May is
sue of our Journal; fully explained
there; price ten ceuts. Reliable Squab
Journal, Versailles, lo. ju3 -in
LOST.
LOST Shot sack containing between
- and $10 in small silver chauge.
Finder pleaso lcavo at this ollico and
receive reward. J. 2.
FOUND.
FOUND Pair of gold rimmed bifocal
glasses. Owner can get same by
calling at Tho 1'ublie Library and
proving property.
New Summer
Dishes
Just received
Tuna Fish, makes delicious
salad, better than salmon.
Monarch Olive Salad, is a
combination of Olives, Pimentos
aud Celery, makes the finest sand
wiches. Try the new desert, Bryn
Mawr Cream Frappe.
Fancy New York Cream and
Pimento Cheese.
J. C. CABLISH
& BRO.
Quality Grocers.
Phone 230.
AeooiPimxxtQ
WHEN
TRAVELING
ono often needs a refreshing 'nip'
and you can't always get it good
on tho road. Take a bottlo of our
famous Ryo Whisky with you and
you will bo well protected for the
journey whether it be by land or
water. This is tho finest Whisky
ever distilled and is perfectly pure
and wholesome, and is' recom
mended by physicians to their pa
tients; -
0. V. P.'Thoma & Co.,
Vw
iNjiyt,
iiiya"!'-jswig
r. i I
Daiumay at hoeTiicns
i
All the newest fads that you will want to be up to the moment.
Tango Cords in many colprs, only ioc.
Tango'jewelletl Hair Pins special at ioc, also at 25c.
Beads from ioc up to $1.
Very special Children's fancy Top Socks at i2c, never
before.
Six spools Clark's Thread 25c, all day.
Of course you are going to the commencement Tuesday
night to hear the popular speaker, Rev. Powell, and you will
want a pair of Hoeflich's Gloves for the occasion, also many
little useful articles, many of which can only be found here.
The Wash Goods sales should attract you, many bar
gains in goods you need right now. The stock of laces will
make you think- that you are in Wanamaker's Store.
Curtain Goods with hemstitched borders always 17 to ioc,
now ioc.
K03ERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
iiiiinnnnMnimmmnMmMH
3 INTEREST
nMn ?,?r'li1B a sayings account with this Trust Company wiTrf
ki i depositing one dollar each week, the foljow-
iiik iuuic onuws you wuai you win
ui cum year, uiciuuing our payment ot 6 compound interest.
1st ,
2nd
3rd
4th
..$ G2.77
100.1)9
1U2.S0
220.33
270.70
3 10.30
5th
Utli
7th
8th
Hth
10th
403.S7
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UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
MAYSVILLE. KY.
White Canvas Oxfonls for eenbody
at Morz Kros.
It is beliexed that ,under u statute
empowering it to classify convicts the
Stjto Prison Coiiimis-iiou ma desig
Mate in which prison they shall bo con
lined. DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE,
If not sold privately, I will otl'er for
sale at public auction on Thursday,
Juno Uth, the housu located at No.
1118 East Second street, opposite
car barns, llouso has -eveu rooms, two
halls, is piactically new aud in good
repair. Oood out-buildings; also two
good lots on corner Broadway and Eist
Second stieet.
II. (!. HOLIDAY.
A Cool Ironing
with the "Comfort Twins"
The O-K Fan nnd tlie G-K
domestic lalK)r the year 'round. The iron does not heat
the air nnd the fan provides a pleasant, cooling breeze.
G-E Electric Flatirons and Fans'
form a comfortable hot weather combination. Costs orJv
15 cents to iron u whole week's wash Costs only three!
fir ffkllr nnts Im t-...,, ......I n11
We handle all styles of
Lome in and select those which
will like best. "
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fi ffihas provided for all
needs.
jjj S Bathing Suits.
HH1 R. V. T). ami Olnn
Lisle and Silk Sox
Summer Shirts
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H.IXJM.UWU.
Wash Ties
Oxfords, white, black, and tan.
falm Jtfeacn, two
ft esii tuai you cuuiu possiDiy wtsar.
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14th
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17th
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.$ 675.35
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. 1413.05
Tho main anchor of the Cerman liner
Iniperntor is the largest in tho world
It weighs 20,145 pounds.
Ifooin sio matting rugs :j1.9S. Merz
linn.
EOWEN MATTHEWS
DENTIST.
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Lon-litud I.ouk 10 Oloe Nu, CAS.
Ulltunw I'Lonri i Keiktruoe No. 117,
COUOHLIN & CO.
Livery, Feed
and Sales Stable
Udnertakers, Automobiles
Embalmers. for Hire.
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