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' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
HIQH SCHOOL GRADUATES
Go early to get good scats.
', DR. E, L. POWELL
And if your aro not Satisfied, wo
will give your money back.
'- Geo. H. Frank & Co.
. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers.
itrs. O. W. Oldham of Cinchmati is
.the guest' of Mr. P. V. Wheeler and
'.family in West Second street.
t 'Mrs.' J, M. Literal returned homo
',j yesterday after a two weeks' visit with
s .unfriends and rolatlves at Greenup.
River CO feet. Slight riso,
Ohio Stato-. League.
Portsmouth at Ironton.
Charleston ut Maysvillo.
Huntington at Lexington.
Chilllcotho nt Newport.
St. Louis at Now York.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
Cincinnati at Bostin.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
Boston nt Cleveland.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
Washiugton at St. Louis. '
BOOSTING THE MAYSVILLE
i Mr. P. .7. Birmingham, advanco man
kof the Redpath Chautauqua, is here
boosting the coming Maysvillo Chau
tauqua, Ho informed The Public Led
ger that tho Kcdpath people were go
ing to give us tho best program they
possibly could and that an Witellectual
treat was in storo for chautnuqun
MAND HER NAME WAS MARY'
London, Juno J. The King and
Queen hold court at Buckingham Pnl-
i" ace lust night and in spito of all precau
H ''tions a militant suffragette gained ac
cess to their presence and caused a'.i
interruption in the presentations.
,As sho was passing tho King the
suffragette dropped to her knees and
shouted: "Your Majesty, for God's
sake, do not uso force."
- The woman was attired in court dree
and her action caused profound astci
ishment. Sho continued to admonish
tho King, but her words were. iMnudiblc,
as the conductor of tho band in the
gallery, quick to observe tho Incident,
'-- signaled the band to play louder and
the womaM's voico was d row nod, Sho
was immediately removed from the
room and handed ovor to the police.
JV The name of the woman is not known,
.,'i and close inquiries arc being made as to
how Bho obtained a card of admission.
The scene, which gave a shock to
those in the immediate vicinity of the
royal circle, was brief, and the nssem
b'.ige generally had scarcely a'.iy knowl
edge of what was transpiring.
Whether the woman was one of the
invited guests who sympathized with
the suffragette movement, or an intrud
er who gained admission by forged card
is still unknown. It is difficult, how
ever, to imagine how any person could
have gai'aed access to tho court on a
forged invitation, as tho police had
knOwledgo of a conspiracy to approach
tho royal presonco and overy guest nnd
every carriage arriving at Buckingham
Palace last night hud been subjected to
close inspection by detectives a uiini
que precaution, nnd oie that caused
considerable delay and not a littlo in
dignation or irritation in court circles.
Last night's incident is calculated
to produce a fcoling of still greater
exasperation in the public mind a'ud
renowed demands for strong measures
Sj to suppress tho suffragetto ngitntion.
London, June 5. Officials of tho
Womttt' Social and Political union,
tho militant organization, doVty respon
sibility for the incident nt Bucking
ham Palnco last tight when a woman
interrupted tho presentations by throw
ing herself nt tho king's feet.
Ohio Stato Loaguo.
Portsmouth, 1; Chllllcothe, 7.
Maysvillo, 1; Ironton, 2.
Huntington, 3; Newport, 2.
Cincinnati, 2; Boston, 7.
Pittsburgh, 8; Philadelphia, 13.
St. Louis, 8; New York, 3.
Chicago, 9; Brooklyn, 5.
St. Louis, GO; Detroit, 5-3.
No other games scheduled.
STANDING OP THE OLUBS.
Freud as you are of the daugh
ter, and proud as sho Is of grad
uation honors thoro is soon but
a memory of such events unless
a portrait keeps tho record of
each milestone of youth.
Our styles of school plcturos
are appropriate to the occasion.
Tho Photographor in Your Town.
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.J. CHURCH NOTES.
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Washington Presbyterian Church
Regular services Sunday afternocAi
at 2:30 o'clock. Everybody welcome.
Ironton . . .
Huntington . 10
Won Lost P. C
Now York 23 14 .022
Cincinnati 20 18 .51)1
Pittsburgh '..2b, 18 .538
Chicago 22 22 .500
Brooklyn 22 24 .478
St. Louis 22 24 .478
Philadelphia 18 20 .474
Boston 12 20 .310
Won Lpst P. C.
Philadelphia 25 15' .025
Washington 20 10 .010
Detroit . ' 20 1!) .578
St. Louis 22 20 .524
Bost(a 10 22 .403
Chicago 10 25 .132
New York 12 23 .425
Cleveland 14 28 .333
Second M. E. Church South.
Preaching at 10:45
the pastor, Rov. J. W. Simpson.
Sunday School at 9:30. James Daw
Epworth League at 6:15.
J. W. SIMPSON, Pastor.
First Frosbytorian Church.
Proaching by pastor at 10:45 a. m.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. in.
Christian Endeavor at 0:45 n. m.
All made wolcome.
J. BARBOUR, Pastor.
couforonce will bo held this qvcuiug ut
7:30 o'clock at tho church.
All invited tottend theso services.
J. M. LITERAL, Pastor.
Church of tho Nativity.
Sunday School at 9:'i0 a. m.
Morning Prayer 10:45.
No evening servicos.
All seats freo at all services.
J. II. FIELDING, Rector.
First M. E. Church South.
Rov. M. S. Clark, pastor.
Preaching at 10:45 and 7:30 by the
Sunday School at 9:30. W. W. Ball,
Epworth League at 0:30 o'clock.
M. 8. CLARK, Pastor.
There will bo no evening service ex
cept tho Endeavor prayer meeting. We
expect a largo attendance and inission
offering "hi the Sunday School. The
Children's Day exercises will be given
at tho church hour.
A. P. STAIIL. Minister.
Children's Day Exorcises Tomorrow
Morning at tho Christian Church
The missionary exorcises given by tho
children of tho Christian Church Biblo
School will conio in tho morning, imme
diately following tho regular session
of tho school. Tho entire offering of
tho school will go to tho support of Mrs.
F. O. Buck tho missionary in Chinn,
whom tho Mason County Christian
churches is supporting.
Tho following program will bo given:
Recitation "Bo Something Now"
Hary Dudley Davis.
Recitation "Missions "nnd Mind
ing" John Jones.
Recitation "How You Can Holp"
Duet "For a Smllo-" Phyllis Mur
iel Swisher nnd Lena Evors Howell.
"Flowors for Chlldrons Day' Eliza
beth Bowling, Addison Everett, Nancy
Lovol, Elizabeth K'.iox and others.
Recitation "Don't You Know or
Don't You Care" Elizabeth Cablish.
Recitation "Tho Littlo Mission
ary" Ruth Stahl.
Recitation "Littlo Brown Girl nnd
I" Gladis Dawson.
Quartette "Hero Am I, Send Mo"
Francis Marsh, Carlislo Chennult,
Gordon Smoot nnd John C. Everett.
Recitaticto "A Littlo Brother
Hymn" Jnko Thomas.
Introduction to dialogue Lillian
Dialogue "How tho Gc.pel Went to
Tibet" Tholmu Stnlrt (the Mission
ary) Mafy Eunice Knox, Phyllis Swish
er, Lena Howell (Chincso women), Al
bert Knox (Tibotan man), William,Far
loy (Chhicso Evangelist.)
Solo Tho Dream of Paradise"
Anna Belle Ward.
The closing services .will bo conducted
by tho minister.
Special preparod paint 61,25 per gaV
Ion at HENDRIOKSON'S.
Our Colored Citizens,
Thoro will "bo a supper gjiven at
Bothol Baptist Church tonight for tho
benefit of the pews. Conio nnd help us.
O:30 Missionary program.
10;30 Sermon by pnstor.
0:30 p. m. Vesper services led
Miss Allio Young.
7:30 p. m, Sermon by pnstor. Sub
ject, "Water Baptism Which Mode?"
All converts to attend wear small white
L. M. HAGOOD, Pastor.
Tho sermon to the graduates will bo
preached Sunday afternoon at promptly
3 o'clock at tho Bethel Baptist Church
by Rov. Robert 'Jackson. The graduates
this year aro:
Georgo W. Foster.
Warnor E. Fields. '
Ethel K. Pnrkc'r.
Prayer Rov. Elijah Combs.
Scripturo RendiMg Rev. L. M. Ha-
Anthem Choir. .
Sermon to Graduates Rov. Robert
Jackson of Bethel Baptist Church.
Solo Mrs. Bettio Hays.
Benediction RcV. Walter R. Scott.
LOCAL SHOWERS TODAY;
Following are this morning's uot
tions on country produce, telephoned '.
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Spring chiekeus, weighing
lij lhs 25c
Old roosters . -. 7c
Turkeys . ., 13c
Cincinnati, Juno 5. Hog( roccijits
3,000; market steady; packers nnd
butchers, $S.158.30; pigs ami lights,
$G.00(a)S.10; stags, $4.50C35. Cattle
receipts COO; market steady; calves
strong, $5.7510.25. Sheep receipts
2,000; market steady; lambs active.
Butter steady; egg& firm, prlmo
firsts, 19c; firsts, lC17c; seconds,
14Vc; poultry steady, hens l3V.c:
springers, 3037c; turkeys, 14c.
Wheat steady 95'i9Ce; coitt steady,
7575ic; oats steady, 41411c; rye
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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, .
Plvc hundred dollars is the price of the Fori run a
boat;'thc touring car la. five fifty; electric self-starter
mid electric Hunt $100 extra-f. o. b. Detroit, corn-
plete with equipment. Get catalog and' particulars
iroia ueutrui tiaratfc I
n Co., 112-lM-litJ Market street,
St. Patrick Church.
Tho winter schedule of services at the
St. Patrick Church is us follows:
First Mass 8 a. m.
Sunday School immediately followB
Second Mass 10 a. m.
Vespers, followed by benediction of
the Most Blessed Sacrament 3 p. m.
Tho sermon at both Masses will be
on the Gospel assigned by the Church
for the day.
Forest Avenuo M. E. Church
Sunday School nt9:30 n. in., (1. N.
Preaehjng by the pastor at 10:15
a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Morning subject "Shipwreck of tho
Soul." Evening subject "Saving the
Preaching at Stewart's Chapel at
2:30 p. m.
Prayermeeting Wednesday at 7:30
p. m. A. F. FELTS, Pastor.
Central Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. J. B.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m. a'.id 7:30
At tho ovenliig service, the High
School Commencement sermi.i will bo
o Christian Endeavor.
Pruyermeotiug Wednesday ut 7:30
Good music, Everybody cordially in
vited. It. L. BENN, Pastor.
Thero aro a few modeft nuto in tho
world. But thero never was a mn
who didu'txclnim to ben good judgo of
Human Nature. r
A woman's idea of Economy is to
spend 45 cents making 3 cents worth of
stale bread up into an alleged "pud
ding" that 'nobody will cat.
Miss Florenco Robb of Helena Sta
tion left Wednesday on her EuropenM
tour. She goes to Boston and from there
sails for Europe.
Mr. John P. Cochran of Clo eland,
Ohio, is spending n few dnys with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cochran,
of West Second street..
Mrs. M. B. Strode and littlo daugh
ter, of Sutton street left this morning
for a two weeks' visit with friends and
relatives in Dayton, Ohio.
DnfiiMi Cannot l- Cared
eaied portion of the ear. There li only one way to
ouredealneia and that li by ootiiUtutloualretnp
diet. Deafneia lioauiedby au Inflamed ooudl
tlonof therauoomllnlnttof the Kuitacblao tube.
When tills tube li Inflamed you have a rumbling
loundorlmperfeothearlng, and wbenlt lien tlrely
ouxed.deafneii lithe remit, aud unlet! the In
flammation oan be taken out nud this tube re
itorrd to its normal condition, henrlnp will be
deitroyedforever; nlneoaieioutoJt.narf caused
byCatarrab,whlohti nothing but au lntlannned
we will give One Hundred Dollaratoranyoair
of deafoei(oausad byoatarrh) tbat cannot be
onredby IlaU'iCatarrhCurn. Sendfornlrculart
tree. K.J. GHKNEY & CO., Toledo.O.
Sold by DruKKiKti,?rf.
1 Saturday at Hoeflich's
All the newest fads that you will want to be up to the moment.
Tango Cords in many colors, only ioc.
Tango j'ewelled Hair Pins special at ioc, also at 25c.
Beads from ioc up to 1.
Very special Children's fancy Top Socks at 120, never
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 yotl will
wuiu a pair 01 iioeiucn s uioves lor the occasion, also many
little useful articles, many of which can only be found here.
The Wash Goods sales should attract vou. manv hnr.
gams 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 igc
now ioc. '
R03ERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
.. By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and deposiiing one dollar each week, the follow
ing table shows you what you will have 10 your credit at the end
of each year, including our payment of 3 compound interest.
1st $ 52.77
"th $ 075.35
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
The Coolest Place in Town.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
ANNA BELLE WAED
Maysvillo'a Swoet Singer Will
Matinee and Night.
Mrs. Liz7io Jones of Wntcrloo, Iowa,
and Mr. J. P. Hlankonbnoler of C'in
uinMati are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Burns of tho West Knd.
AOKNT Hustling niirti undor 50 ench
locality. Introduce our Memberships.
50 to 500 monthly. Tho I h V
20.VJ, Covington, Ky.
AdKNT Colored agent wanted Benefit
Order. "100 to 1.500 monthly to
hustler. Writo quick. Address Box
7(1-409, Cincinnati, O.
First Baptist Ohurcli.
Superintendent (Irconieo is always
happy whon thero is a largo attendance
at Sunday School, so lot each scholar
do their part to mako him extra happy
011 tomorrow morning. Our school is
steadily growing in interest and ofli
clc.iey; wo gladly offer all of its op
portunities to thoso who will meet witii
us. Begin tomorrow morning at 9:30
a. m. '
There will bo a baptismal sorvico nt
the closo of tho morning sermon,
"What is Baptismt" will bo answered
in the morning sermon,
Tho pnstor will hnvo chnrgo of tho
B. Y. P. U. sorvico from 0:30 to 7:15,
so bo on hand promptly. This sorvico
will tnko tho place of tho evening
preaehjng service, which gave place to
tho IJaoca laureate sormca at tho Cen
tral Presbyt'orian Church. Everybody
is made welcome ut all of our meet
' II. B. WIWfOYTB, Pastor.
Third Street M. E, Ohurcli.
Itov. T. B. Stratton of Augustn will
conduct quarterly meeting sorvicos with
tho communion of our Lord's Suppor
tqmorrpw at 10:45 n.' in,
No church sorvico in tho evening on
account of union Baccalaureate service
nt Central Presbyterian Church.
Sityliy School at 0:30 n, m,
SALKSMEN WANTED Karu mu
monthly. Expenses. Experience uu
necessary. Advertiso and tal.e or
ders from merehauts fur Smoking aud
Chewhig tobacco. Cigarettes Cigars
etc. IIEMET COMPANY, N w York
FLOKBNOE LAUHENCE IN A TWO
PAHT IMP DltAMv
The Law's Degree
Now York motion picture censors
hao declared that horeafter long
drawn-out lovo scenes, "ardent beyond
tho dramatic requirements," will be
Attorney Oeneral Oarnett has given
an opinion that Senator Bradley died
exactly seenty days bofore tho August
primary, houco noniiiintiiAis to fill the
.icaney must be niado in that primary.
Tho new Edison disc phonograph has
tho finest interpretation of music. E.
L. Powell at the High School Tuesday
night will give you the true interpre
tntion of character. He is one of the
greatest orators of the Southland. Hear
tho now Edison at J. T. Kaekley &
His Royal Pants
A Roaring Tlood Comedy.
4 ,BIO REELS IN ALL 5 AND 10c.
COM'INO Tho Vernon Castles
Their Latest Dances.
WANTED AGENTS COLORED MAN
OR WOMAN representative wanted
in each locality. Part or full time.
$50 to 500 a month. Every custo
uier secured gives you a steady
monthly Income. Only one appoint
ment in each locality: hurry and be
tho first to apply. Write Box 3Q.
409, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED MALE HELP Hustling
man or woman roprosentatlve wanted
in each locality. Part or full time. $50
to $500 a month. Every customer so
cured gives you a steady monthly in
como. Only ono appointmout in each
locality; hurry and be tho first to ap
ply. Write Box 110293, Coving
FOR SALE Eight artificial palms and
tao artificial boxwood. Will sell at a
bargain. Call at Coutral Garage. 4-3t
FOirSALE My business uTlll East
Third street. Reason for selling, leav
ing tho city. Chns. T. Piorce. 5-Gt
FOR RENT Nice furnished tooiii
with bath. Apply at 214 Limestone
stroot. Mrs. V L, Cartor. 5-tt
FOR RENT Flat of 4 rooms, liowly
papored and jmluted, gas aud bath.
Apply at 30 W. Front street. m221mo
PIGEONS pay dollars -whoro quickens
pay cents; small capital lieododj,
small spaco roqulrod; always penned
Up; ready markets; sand for May is
sue of our Journal; fully explained
there; prico ten conts. Reliable Squab
Journal, Versailles, Mo. ju3--m
FOUND Pair of gold rimmed bifocal
glassos. N Owner oan cat hsiiiq by
calling at The PujbllailClurary and(
Tuna Fish, makes delicious
salad, better that) salmon.
Monarch Olive Salad, is a
combination of Olives, Pimentos
aud Celery, makes the finest sand
wiches. Try the new desert, "Bryu
Mawr Cream Krappe.
Fancy New York Cream and
J. C. GABLISH
LUMBEB FOR SALE
Wo. havo a fine assortment of luin.
bcr for sale. Houso and barn pattern
flooring, siding, etc.
T1IOROUG1IMAN & HAMRICK.
Inlin, rini Mnl mill llitnh llnlldlaK.
Local 'iud Luiik I Offloe Mo.fiSfi.
litmior,houu (Kniilrtenoft Wo ITT
COUOHLIN & CQ.
and Sales Stable
hmbalmers. for Hire.
A coot tmnf&
one often needs a refreshing 'nip'
and you can't always get it good
on the road. Take a bottle of our
famous Rye Whisky with you and
you will bo well protected for tho
journey whether it bo by land or
water. This is tho finest Whisky
ever distilled and is perfeotly pure
and wholesome, and is recom
mended by physicians to their patients.
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A Cool Ironing
Day with the "Comfort Twins"
Ihe G-E Fan and the G-K Flatiron are ideal aids to
domestic labor the year 'round. The iron does not heat
the air and the fan provides a pleasant, cooling breeze.
G-E Electric Flatirons and Fans'
form a comfortable hot weather combination. Csts only
15 cents to iron a whole wek's wash Costs only (iiree
or four cents to keep cool all day. ' J
We handle all styles of G-E Irons and Funs. J
Come in and select those which you think your wife
will like best. 1
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"The Good Clothes Man"
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I J B. V. D. and Olus TJnderwear.
4I $ Lisle and Silk Sox in all shades.
S , Summer Shirts with soft collars
ft 'Wash Ties.
ill OvfrkrHa TTThif.Q 'KlonL' onrl 4-nn
in Palm Beach two piece Suits, the cool-
h ffiest that you could possibly wear.
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