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aothat this Is a Voting Man's
JvoVnioro than a score of styles
jmeafwho havo passed SO.
rfiojtaro designed for busy men, man
jfSjf&lnf-who know what's what In
&t5B& . For mon who havo paid exclu-
.msstallors some outlandish . price be
tcausolthoy thought that ready clothes
makers nover considered .tholr needs.
MThoy'ro conservative without holng
oadithoy wro planned for older men
jMt-n export in
miE'iiousE or kuppenheimer
!3no tailored from the best, the purest
woolens evor spun.
vxiiey re now, wuy u oamubivo uuu
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r'll lit oven tno namest io ns waw
priced as low as $18 and
at to $35 arid they're worth it.
Bat. II. Frank & Co.
The largost card party of recent years in
illo was that given by Mrs. 'Bar
ussell and Mrs. Pcarce Browning
Pavilion in Beechw,ood Park Fri
afternoon. Over Ono hundred
eiijoyed the game uMd tho infor
eooptlon which followed. The
Stesses were assisteu uy Airs, Jiu.nt,
?55D.tviJi(At anil Miss Barbour. Those-
Ietitfrin a distancoAvero Mrs. An
v5;of Maustiold, O.; Mrs. Heynolds
icMMiss Taulbco V Oklahoma; Mrs.
Tolland of Lebanon; Mrs. Radford of
inginnati; Miss GoggiM bf Austin;
rowning ot iiiuianapons; miss
roodfifof California -and Mrs. .John
oohran of Uioveinnu. rno prizes wort'
ITul and tasteful attd were won by
Mary Peed, Mrs. Wood Owens,
tcCarthy, Mrs. Goodmnu, Mrs,
nd Mrs. Brooks. Delicious re
nts were served. Tho tempera-
njl surroundings were delightful
occasion whs an uiiiiiiuyuu sue
Jiromo Zelgler of tho county has
turned from Ann Ariior where he was
ndtng college. Ho will spend his
Hon with his mother, Mrs. Jennie
FAIR TODAY AND
YSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
'lowing aro this morning's quota
on country produce, telephoned al
ock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
' chickens .weighing
hs. and 'over 10c
!' ters '. f fie
l Juno 12. Hog receipts
let strong; packers and
10(a)8.20;, pigs and lights,
(Cattle" receipts COO; " mar-
!ers, $3.7p8.50; heifers,
nlVes 'slow, :)5.G010.2""-,
to 0,200; market stendy;
Ivl&fmrmi timlv. nrimn
fry steady, hens, 14'XiC;
linn 0C97c; corn firm,
oats stendy, 414Jc; rye
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There's nothing small about
the Fordexcept its purchase
price and cost to keep. In
number of cars in world-wide
use, in quality of service to
owners and in its daily per
formances it is the biggest car
in the world. 530,000 users
will testify to these facts
$600 for the runabout; 550 for the touring car anil
f7W for the town car f. o. bj" Detroit, com
pleje with equipment. GSt catalog ami particulars
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Washington Presbyterian Church.
Regular sorvlces Sunday ufternoia nt
2:110 o'clock. Kvorylinily is cordially
Second M. E. Church South.
Preaching nt 10:45
tho pastor, Rev. J, W. Simpson.
Sunday School at 0:30. James Daw
Eiworth Leaeuo at 0:15.
J. W. SIMPSON, Pastor.
St. Patrick Church.
Tho winter schedulo of services at the
St. Patrick Church is as follows:
First Mass 8 u, in.
Sunday School immediately follows
Second Mass 10 a. m.
Vespers, followed by benediction of
the Most Blessed Sacramont 3 p. m.
First M. E. Church South.
Preaching by tho pastor at 10:45 a. m.
Tho first of tho Sunday night union
meetings will be held in this church at
7:30 p. m. Rev. J. M. Literal of tho
Third Strcot M. E. Church will preach
tho sermon. You nro cordially Invited
to both of theso services.
M. S. OLARK, Pastor.
The following pastors and congrega
tions have agreed to hold union services
ertch Sumlny ovenhig during tho sum
juer: The two Presbyterian, tho two
Methodist, and the Episcopal. Tho first
servieo will be at tho Southern Metho
dist Church Sir.ulay ovonlng at 7:30
o'clock. A most cordinl invitation is
extended to the public to attond.
Central Presbyterian Church.
Sundav School nt 0:3(1, a. m. J
Wood, Supt. '
Preaching at 10:45 L m. Unka serv
ices at tho M. E. Church South at 7:30
. Christian Eildehvor at 0:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30
Everybody cordially invited.
1 R. L. BKNN, Pastor.
As the minister expects to go on his
Cacatiou next week nu extra attendance
is urged for tomorrow. We hope to beat
riemingsburg by twenty-five at loast.
Regular services both SuMdny morn
ing and Sunday evening at the regular
hours. Wo aro not opposing tho union
meeting but as a church we do not caro
to decide now to have no evening serv
Ives. Therefore evening services as
A. F. STAIIL, MKiistor.
First Baptist Church.
"Dow and Lions" is tho subject for
the morning service and "The Mill Can
Surely Grind With tho Water That Has
Passed' will bo the evening sermon.
The pastor will preach at both hours.
Sunday School at :30 a. in., witV
Superintendent OretMleq in charge. Let
evory member attend and bring one
with you to enjoy the lesson nud music.
Tho Young People's meeting from
0:30 to 7:30 p. in. in the Sunday School
Good music and fellowship for all
who worship with us. Visitors to our
eity aro especially invited to attend
H. B. WILHOYTE, Pastor.
Third Street M. E. Church.
Until tho painters have finished the
auditorium all services will be hold
in the Sunday School room which has
just beOa painted and thoroughly ren-
ovated. This room will hold two hun
dred people and is ns comfortablo a
place ns can bo found this hot weather.
A largo supply of palm fans has been
provided for the comfort of tho wor
There will bo preaching tomorrow at
J0-.45 n. m. by the pastor. At 7:30 tho
congregation will join iu the union sorv
ice nt tho First M. E. Church South.
k Sunday School at 0:30 a. nv, I. M.
Iaho. Supt. Children's Day practice
at 2 p. m. ''
Epworth 'Lenguo dovotltMal sorvicc
at 0.45 p. m., led by Prof. C. S. Dale.'
A. cordial welcomo to all. Wo want
you to worship with us.
J. M. LITERAL, Pastor.
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She girl's or tho b6y's grad
uation the Juno woddlng
theso aro happy ovents which
mark epoch's in the lives of the
young people. Surely such im
portant events are worth a pie
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
Ohio State Leagu'o.
Ironton at Maysvlllo.
Portsmouth at Nowport.
Lexington at Charleston.
Chillicotho at Huntington.
Ohio Stato League
Huntington, 5; Chilllcothe, 2.
Charleston, 2; Lexington, 0.
Portsmouth, 0; Nowport, 11.
Ironton, 9; Maysvlllo, 2.
Cwcdnnnti, 1; Philadelphia, 5.
St. Louis, 8; Brooklyn, 7. Sixteen in
nings. s New York, 0; Chicago, 7.
Pittsburgh, 3; Boston, 5.
Philadelphia, 0; Cleveland, 1.
Boston, 0; Detroit, 1.
Washington, 5; Chicago, 0.
New York, 3; St. Louis, 9.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ironton . .
"Newport . .
Mr. T. II. Young accompanied by his
wife and son nrrived Friday from Pant
ama for a visit with his part'.its, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Roo Young of this city.
Circuit Judge Stout of Scott County,
at Paris, granted an injunction against
State Insuranco Commission, and he de
clared the new insurance law invalid.
Washington, Juno 12. Withering
heat, which caused suffering and death
in many cities of tho ct'.itral valleys
during the first days of the' worts, was
succeeded today by cooler weather near
ly everywhere. Richmond, with a tern
pcrnturo of 100, and Atlanta, with 98,
equaled their high records for June.
In tho East, the Washington olficlal
thermometer registered 95. Philadel
phia bad a temperature of 91, Boston
90, and New York 88,
Our Colored Citizens
Mrs. Frauklo Robersou will givo aL
entertainmont tonight 'ta the basement
nf tho Bethel Baptist Church. All aro
Bright Star Tent No. 01 will meet
at tho Odd Follows Hall this afternoc.i.
All nicmbors requested to bo present
as business of importance will bo up.
FLORENCE LANG, Sec.
MAY WRIGHT, Q. M.
Bethel Baptist Church.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Pastor will preach morning
evening at tho usual hours.
All nro welcomo.
R. JAOKSON, Pastor,
Sunday Services at Scott's M. E. Church
Children's Day Will Be Observed.
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
10:30 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Sub
ject, "Tho Happy People."
3:00 p, in. Special Children's Day ex,
erc'isos. Baptizing of babies.
7:00 p. in. Epworth League Vesper
sorviccs. Miss Allie Young.
8:00 p. m. 'Sermon by pastor. Sub
ject, "The Colored Man's Obligations."
Baptizing of converts Birds, flower
nnd special music. Como early to go
n sent. ,
L. M. HAGOOD, Pastor.
Big Meeting Only Two weeks Off.
Only two weoks and two days roinnln
until tho Consolidated Sunday School
Convention of Nogro Baptist of Eastern
Kentucky will moot with the Bethel
Baptist Sunday School of Maysvlllo in
its third-third annual session from
July 1 to 3, with Miss Mnrtha E. Wil
liams of Frankfort, Ky., as president.
Dr. Henry Allen Boyd, o.f Nashville,
Tonn., will bo ono of the "most prom
inent speakers during tho convention.
Tho object of tho convi'ation, shall bo
to forward and promote tho Sunday
School work, to establish Sunday
Schools where thore are none, to pro
mote and encourage intellectual, moral
nud rollgious culture among the peo
ple generally, Auy assistance from tht
public to help entertain the visitors nnd
frltfaibj will bq highly appreciated- by
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Ironton Easily 'Cops Tirut Game of Ser
ies From Maysvlllo Thompson
In a gnmo featured by very poor Hold
'ing on ono side and good fielding on the
other, 'Maysvlllo lost to Irpnton yestor
dny by tho scoro of 0 to 2.
Thompson started tho gamo for Mays
vlllo and pitched a pretty good game of
bnllj but tho floldKig bohlnd him was
very mlsorablo, most of tho players
Beomod to bo taking llttlo naps. What
should have been easy put-out wont as
shinies and what should havo been
smglos 'went as two and thrco base hits,
Grlllln batted for Thompson in tho
seventh fthd then took his plnco in the
Cliarloy Ellis Took a Snoozo
McWhorton pitched for Ironton nud
should have had a shut-out, but through
Iviihns' liberality the locals mannged to
get a couple of tallies.
Tho box scoro follows:
IRONTON AB R II PO A
Kendall, rf 5 1 2 2 1
Ostrich, 2b 3 2 1. 3 3
Dell, If 4 1 2 2 0
I'eold, 3b 5 I 2 1 0
Smith, 11 5 0 0 9 0
.Tackley, c 5 1 1 5 1
Nnlly, cf 3 10 10
Clauser, ss 4 1 0 4 5
'McWhortcM, p 3 1 1 0 0
TOTALS 37 9 9 27 10
MAYSVILLE AB R II PO A
Badel, rf 3 1 0 '1 0
Chapman, 11 3 0 1 8 1
Curtis, 3b 4 0 1 3 3
Emery, ss 4 0 3 1 1
Donovan, cf 4 0 0 8 1
Dietrich, 2b 4 0 0 3 2
Ellis, If 4 6 2 0 0
Gohr, c 4 1 1 3 1
Thompson, p 2 0 0 0 0
Grillin, ...'. 2 0 0 0 1
TOTALS ..34 2 8 27.10 4
Scoro by iiAiings:
Inniugs 12 34G078 9
Irouton 0 10 10 13 0 39
Mnysville 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0--2
Summary: 2-base hits Ellis, OAtrich.
3-liaso hits Ellis, Jackley. Home run
Pezold. Sacrifico hits Ostrich, Dell,
McWhortor. Stolca bases Ostrich, Dell,
2, Nally. Baso on balls Off McWhor
tor, 3; off Thompson, 1, Struck out
By McWhorter, 5; by Thompson, 2.
Baso hits 0 hits, 0 runs off Thompson
in 7 inufciL's. Loft on bases Ironton,
5; Mnysvillo, 8. Doublo play Clauser
to Smith. Wild pitch McWhortor
First baso on orrors Ironton, 4; Mays
villo, 2. Hit by pitcher By Thompson,
Nally. Timo 1:50. Umpire Kuhn.
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$. RIGHT OFF THE BAT.
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Scout Billy Doylevwltnessed tho game
from tho bleachers.
fronton is the attraction again this
afternoon. Gamo called at 3:15 o'clock.
Notwithstanding ho had two errors,
Frank Clauser, former Mnysvillo play
or, put up a nice game at short. He
had four put-outs and five assists on
fivo hard chances.
In tho second Inning 'Pozold got a
homo run on what shuuld have been n
single He hit a bounder to Ellis, who
lot tho ball go through him and Pezold
skinned around al tho Backs boforo tho
ball was recovered.
Urnpiro Kuhn also had his off-day
yesterday ;uul his umpiring was very
unsatisfactory. In tho seventh Inning
Badel of the homo club got a base on
'buhs on a very bad docislon. Kuhn
had called two balls' and two strikes
and on tho third ball, which should
have been called n strike, Kuhn said,
"Tako n walk."
Donovan, who has a very bndly crip
pled foot, put up a good gamo to the
outfield. Ho had eight putouts, also
ono assist, a profect throw to third,
cntchlug Clauser, win tried to go to
this snek on a long fly. Donovan's play
ing never seems sensational on
nccoint of tho fact that ho
always takes things so easily. Uo
is a porfect judgo of a fly ball apd raro
ly has to catch a ball above bis head,
Donovan wonhFhAve had n pair of hits
also had it not beiM for tho fact that he
has a game- foot,
Mr, nMd Mrs. P J. Mutphy quietly
Cnldbratod'. their twenty-fifth woddlng
nnlverWrv wli&Uhelr'fauiilv ..present'
& -!sl Gig
Jorut t'Runol t L'urid
itdportlon of the esr. Thr 1 only on vryto
ouredeatneuandthstli by oonitttutlona) reme
dial, DekfneiitU okaiud by n Inflamed oondl-
tlon or tut muooui, lining or tneEuiuchlan tube,
When thl tube li Inflamed you have a tumbling
oloied.deafoeii lithe reiutt, and unlentheln-
flamrotllon oan be taken out and thli tubers.
toredto lti normal condition, hearing will be
deitroyed forever; nlneoaKioutof tanartoauied
byCatarrah,whlobli nothlngbut an lnflammed
We will give One Hundred Dollar! (or any oaie
of deafneit(oauied byoatarrh) that oannot be
ouredby llall'i Catarrh Cure. Seudforolroulari
((a. F.J.CI1KNKY ACO.,Toledo,0.
Sold by Druggliti,"&(. ,
Take Hall'uFamll v Plllif or nonitlpllon.
Salle , rlmiNtloul Rank IlnlldlnK.
IM AYHVlI.a.1". KT.
Looal and Long I Offloe No. to.
Dtitanor Pnnnet f Ketldenr Vn 17
Tunfi Fish, makes delicious
salad, better than salmon.
Monarch Olive fealad, is a
combination of Olives, Pimentos
and Celery, makes the finest sand
Try the new desert, Bryn
Mawr Cream Frappe.
Fancy New York Cream and
J. C. CABLISH
OB WOMAN representative wanted
in each locality. Fart or full timo.
$30 to $500 a month. Every custo
mer secured gives you a steady
monthly income. Only ono appoint
ment in each locality; hurry and be
tho first to apply. Write Box 3d.
109, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED MALE HELP Hustling
man or woman ropresentatlve wanted
in each locality. Part or full time. $5U
to $500 a mouth. Evory customer se
cured gives you a steady monthly in
come Only one appointment in each
locality; hurry and bo tho first to ap
ply. Writo Box H& 293, Coving
AGENTS Hustling man under CO each
locality. Introduce our Memberships.
!.')() to o00 monthly. Tho I-L-U
U0.-)2, CovingtoM, Ky.
AO ENTS Colored agent wanted Ben
efit Order. .$100 to $."00 monthly to
hustler. Write quick. Address Box
7(1-40!), Cincinnati, O.
W.YNTBD (lood cook. Apply at .Mrs.
Alice 1'ityne, 127 West Second street.
WANTED Good house girl. Apply to
Mrs. Alice I'uyne, 127 West Second
WANTED BOARDERS Fur tho hot
summer months on the Ball farm,
1 miles south of Mnysville. Write
or phono Mrs. W. S. Antoll, 11. F. D.
No. 3. ll-12t
WANTED Girl to help with general
housework. Phono COS-A. x 8 Cf
WANTED To rent a houso of about
fivo rooms with small garden lu u
desirablo part of tho city, and good
water. For any information apply to
Tho Ledger -ofllce.
FOR SALE Two barber chairs. In-
..quiru at Oeorgo Schwartz's harbor
FOR SALE Cheap, a 4-eyliuder de
livery truck, suitable for parcel de
livery, or grocery wagon good as
new, also good tires. Gulf at this
oflico. 8 Gt
FOR SALE Horse, cart and harness.
Horse fivo years old. Apply to Gil
bert Tollo, 927 Forest Avo. j9-tf
FOR RENT Two rooms, corner Third
nud Sutton streets. Gas and water.
Mrs. Choster Bland. 13-3t
FOR RENT Three rooms of a flat on
Leo street. Iuquiro of Mrs, D. Fitz
gerald, cornor Third and MaiUot sts.
FOR KENT 'i.-o Ini'ni-hed rooms
with bath. Apply at 214 Limestone
strcot. Mrs. W. I Carter. ' 5-tf
FOR RENT Flat of 4 ruonifc, newly
papered m d puiutpd, is and bath.
Apply at lie V. Front Nireot. m221nio
PIGEONS pay dollars whore chickens
pay cents; small capital needed;
small spaco required; always penned
up; ready markets; send for May is
suo of our Journal; fully explained
thoro; price ten cents. Rellablo Squab
Journal, Versailles, Mo. ju3--m
LOST Lavallore, betweon Coinmerco
street and lligh School or on L. k N.
railroad. Roward if returned to
Buth Q. WJllott or this oflico.
LOST Child's two joy ponies and
jockey cart. Finder return to E.
Eitel en Market street and receive
rowurd. ' ,
LOSThlbl(j Hlstiry, Report card In
samo wltli name; 'John Francos
O'D.oiineir, 'Plaaso return to this of-
Saturday at Hoeflich's
D Cents a Yard Bujrs
Lawn Apron Ginghams and Calicoes, all washable and cool.
10 Conts a Yard Buya
Lawns, Linons, Mercerized Foulards, etc. All worth more.
12'a Centa a Yard Buys
Gropes, Voiles nnd Mulls. All worth from 15c to 19c a yard. M
1G Cents a Yard Buys . I
Tho prettiest lino of Crepes, Voiles, etc. Worth up 25c a yard.
25 Cents Buys M
Exclusivo patterns- in Crepes, Voiles, Ratines, etc. Worth up 9
to -15 ceuts. 9
( Six sjiools Clark's Thread only 25c. B
Children's fancy top Socks only 12'ic a pair. Keep tho kiddies " S
Forty styles of wide, handsome ribbons only 25c a yard. I
Worth up to 39c. Just what you want for tho swell now girdles. I
Tango Curds in all colors (Ally 10c. 8
Choice of u lot of slightly soiled Parasols only 50c. Not many. I
Best lino of Hosiery and Glovps in tho city. 9
July Fashions are Hero.
SATURDAY NIGHT SALES 0 TO 9 ONLY I
Tho new wide hemstitched liauderkchiefs and also sheer cm-
broidered handkerchiefs at 5 conts. A rare bargaiu. j
By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, the following-table
shows you what you will have to your credit at the end
of each year, including our payment of 3 compound Interest.
1st $ 52.77
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
Things Electrical and Year
How delightful is the magic of eledlricity, especially
now bringing coolness and contentment on sultry summer
days. It takes work right from ones hands and performs
household tasks through the medium ot Electrical appliances.
Nothing original in the name Eledlric Shop, yet every
thing new and up-to-date in Electrical Merchandise.
Who is not attracted by the thought of doing things
by wire. And how many things there are- Cooking,
Washing, Ironing, Fanning, Sewing all are done the
Electric Way in many homes.
You have been attracted by the bright and cheerful
interior of the Electric Shop of Messrs. Hill and Bro. as
you passed on the car or to the Post Office i n the even
With their many fans a-whizzing, you will be more
attracted and just as interested if you stopped ipside, as
you are cordially invited to do.
At the outset we want to thank them for tjieir en
thusiastic co-operation in working ror a better and brighter
Maysville Gas Co.
We Will Help
Oome in and let us fit you up in
one of our Hart Schaffner &
Marx Palm Beach Suits. The
greatest tropical stuff yet. And
while here look at our line of
Straw Hats, Shoes, Underwear -and
Shirts. They are great, If
you have any doubt come in and
let ourmerchandise convince you
. J. WESLEY LEE,
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