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ool as an
i That's tlio vordlct heat harried
men have handed down after tak
ing a courso in comfort clothes so
loction at The Livo Storo,
Hero and horo only, you'll find
tho widest possiblo selection 6f,
Bummer ' fabrics. . . . Palm Beach
Cloths, nud reathorwolght Serges
. . tailored in tempting two plcco
skoloton suits in a scoro or moro'
THE HOUSE OP
Selling this week at mid-season
prices ... as low as it's safo
to go for GOOD Clothes.
$7.50 TO $20.00.
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers.
Dr. 11. P. Moody was called to Man
Chester, Ohio, on professional business
Mrs. John McMullin of San VrancNco,
is visiting-tho Misses Cartmell on West
Miss Mary Crostwait, of Loxington,
is tlio guest of Mrs. James I'incrty of
.Mrs. Ilarry Itohinson nrriwd home
yesterday morning after a visit with
relatives at Carlisle
Mrs. A. W. Curry, of Maysville, is
r visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W.
Wheeler. Winchester Sun.
J,'. Irs- Joul1 Hays of S.ui Fr.incisoo,
" was called homo Sunday by a telegram
statiMg that her son was seriously sick.
3t " Raymond Must after n few days'
visit with his aunt, Mrs. Dr. O'lt.Amoii
J -at Mt. Cnrmel, lcturned homo Miftiday.
j, Mrs.. Hattio -Crowd! and daughter,
J ChuistKie, liavo returned home utter a
visit to Lexington, Covington and Cin
Rev. i:. 0. B. Mann, T. D., Presiding
'LMder of the Maysville district, M. R.
Cliurcli South, was tlio guest of Hov.
M. S. Clark yesterday.
Mr. Kdward J. Burgoyne, a Mays
ville boy, who has been spending the
past the years in St. Louis, is here for
tt visit to his relatives and friends.
I , '
Dr. Cohin and wife. Mo R.'i'J. Hum-
long and wife, and Mr. W. If. Orihfield
of Oermantowu wcro transacting busi
ness and shopping in Mavsville voster
day. .. "'
Mr. Djivo Cloonoy, of Covington, and
'Miss Anifi Cloonoy, of Louisville, were
nflrrt ttsf lir.lm. .4.1 nn.mfiit nf fli.
llncss of their father, Mr. Thus.
fMrs. Barton Thomas and children, ol
ivlngton, who had been visit iMg her
Kirouts, Mr. and Mrs. Bon .Smith of
(Sixth, street, returned 1Sme Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Pari Fen and children
nnd Miss Florence, lingers and Mr. and
'Mrs. Hnraco J. Cochran retnrtied home
Monday morning after a two weeks'
outing on tho W. W. Ball farm.
Jftllr. Thomas onoji, ono of Mays
file's ohlost' cmof. x Vis overcome by
neat liist week. His case "va so serious
.tha his children, Miss Attn a D. Cloonoy
of Louisville, Mr. David Clopney ami
iMrs. E. D. Tucker and family of Gov-
yliigton nro in nttendanco at his bed
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P-'hIjp TwlMifM the value
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Judgj A, M..Jv.Opclron In ft liuslnoin
vlrfitor h lllrhmond today.
Chicago, Juno 29. A Vicar riot mark
ed tlio first jnmo of tho Cincinnati-Chicago
scries horo today, which Chicago
won 10 to 7. i
FIRST LICENSED COLORED
Walter Tliomas, colored, employed by
tho firm of ilcllvain, llumiihrcy &
Knox, fiirnlturo dealers ifatl undertakers
received his license ns an undertaker
and cmbalmor nnd is tho first colored
in. 'in to lio given such license.
PUBLIC LIBRARY RECEIVES SOME
P. V. Collier and Son, through their
I'gont Mr. Koe, presented tho following
plctuies to fho Public Library:
Prince Codadad, His Brothers, and
tlio Piincess of Deryabarj Tlio History
of Pisliormau and tho (leal; Tho King
of tlio Black Isles; and Cnsslmcr in the
Cnvo of tlio Forty Thieves.
Thoso pictures are all from tho Ara
bian nights, ntod havo attached a slip of
paper giving a brief description. There
Mr. and Mrs. Dait Pee and children
these jiicturcs, and tho children as well
ns "grown-ups" could study their fine
BERNARD BRUNS DROWNED
Bright Littlo Grandson of Mrs. Jacob
L.dincr of this City Mot Watery
Gravo at Marietta Yesterday.
Bernnrd BruMs, tho bright little 10
, ear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. B. II.
Bruns, was drowned Monday morning
at liis homo in Marietta, Ohio, while
'bathing in tlio Ohio.
Mrs. Jacob Holmcr, grandmother of
the littlo fellow, received the sad news
yesterday morning and the shocking
death has saddi'.ied the homes of all hi
No further particulars of his death
hnvo been received.
WAR GOES ON
In an article on their 1st page set i'.i bold
face type nnd headed "Who's Looney
Now?" tho Independent this morning
endeavors to call us down for our cor
lection of their mistako itt yester
day's "mail" edition in regard to the
ten inning game of Sunday. We said
that tho game was played on Mny 1, but
we wcro mistaken in tho date us Editor
Srhatymanii points out. It was played
on April :10th, iiml wo got out reforma
tion from tho files of Mny 1st. We
stated yesterday that tho Independent
was wrong but, we forgot to state that
it was in their "mail" edition. We are
glad to "My, however, that tho Ledgers
that go iu tho mail nro just ns correct
and contain tho same news ns those de
livered iu tho city.
WI) DO NOT PiilNT ANV OK Otlli
PAPERS THE NKIIIT RUrOliM Tllftt
A KM DATED IN OKDEIi TO MAKE
INCOME TAX DUE TODAY
If You Don't Settlo Uncle Sam Will
Put On a Fivo Per Cent. Penalty.
Washington. Today is the final da
for payment of rttcunio tax ussessnietns
and Internal Revenue Collectors
throughout the United States aro work
ing day and night now handling the
payments of corporations and individ
uals, who have waited almost until the
last inomeMt iu order to hold on to their
money as long as possible.
On July 1(1 a penalty of ." per cent,
will attach to tho unpaid assessments.
nud for every additional month of de
lay tho penalty will bo 1 per cent.
Tiiis "pdtoalty cannot bo waived by
tho Secretary of tho Treasury nor by
any Treasury DepartniLttt officials, and
will bo imposed in all cases except upon
tho estates of insane, deceased or in
is an old fashioned
notion of putting all
oossible into the car
and as little as possible
it has civen the Paice a posi
tively dominant position among
cars of medium price-
Ample capital for operating pur
posesno bonded indebtedness
no excessive capitalization no
heavy overhead of any kind to be
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 m spite of increased produc
tion? The Palf e-Detroit Meter Cor Co.. Detroit, HIcL
Central Garage Co.,
That littlo girl of yesterday!
is a young lady today her
summer frocks aro most bo
coming, it is tho happiest time
of her young life.
Nothing but a picture can
koop her as sho is. Now really
, isn't it worth a ptcturo7
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
Cold Boiled Ham.
Miucod Cooked Ham.
Uudorwood Dovil Ham.
Baked Beans and Tomato Sauco.
Boiled Crab Meat
J. 0. GABLISH
A STRANGER AT
HICKORY NUT GAP"
"THE MOUNTAIN LAW"
"SHARPS' WANT A FLAT"
Four Big Reels
of Pictures For
DEATH OF INFANT BIEGLE.
The two weeks old infant boy of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Biegle of East Fifth
street died yesterday morning. Death
was caused by ecein. and Iient.
The funeral will be held at the home
this morning. Burial, in the Maysville
NEED NO MORE MEN
Sufficient Men to Harvc&t tho Crops
Havo Gouo to Western States.
Tho United States Dep.irtnuMt of
Labor has sent nut through the Huieaii
of Immigration a notice to the ellet
that ii siiilicieut number of men linr
proceeded to Kansas, Oklahoma and
MiMsoiui to meet the demands for help
in tho harvest fields.
River 4.0 feet and falling.
GENERALLY FAIR, WARM TO
DAY AND WEDNESDAY.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
0 o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Eggs loss off 17c
Spring chickens weighing
J lbs. and ovor 30c
Old roosters Gc
Cincinnati, Juno 29. Receipts for the
past 48 hours aro as follows: Cattle,
2273; hogs, 3805; sheep, 3018.
Cattle About steady on good to
choice dry-fed, dull nnd weak to 10
l.lc lower on all other grades. Shippers
17.508.50, extra $8.008.7j; butclior
steers, extra $8.358.;)(), good to choieo
$7.'J5S,2.'i, comnioM to fair if5.507;
hoifers, extra $3.50, good to choieo 17.8.5
'Bulls Slow and weak. Bologna $5.75
0.50, oxtra $fl.000.j, fat bulls $0.75
Milch Cows Slow.
Calves Steady at last week's closing
prices. Extrn .io.7510, fair to good
$70.5l), common and largo fl.75
Hogs Active; all grndes strong to 10c
highor. Soloctod heavy shippers $8. GO
good to choice puckers and butchers,
$8.158.50( mixed packers tS.108.-ir,
6huep Steady. Extra $1.85, good to
rhnicu $4.n0((7j4.75, common to fair $.'1
4.40, heavy sheep $3.754.25.
Spring Lambs strong; lOo higher.
Extrn $9.50, good to choieo 09.45,
common to fair $0,508,7, yearlings
Wheat stoady 85(o587c; corn steady,
7(l70je; oats steady. 31iyjUle; ryo
Butter utendy. egg ntoady: primo
Gonulnp turtlu soup at Prank. Jlltel's
Declaring that much of tho plumbing
in Loxittgton is unsanitary, tho hous
ing inspector, John It. Richards, will
sook to have a plumbing inspector ap
pointed for that city.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TID3
For tho Eastern District of Kentucky.
In tho matter of J. L. Daulton, John W.
Power, partners, as Power & Daul
ton Cigar Company, a nankrupt.
On this 27th day of Juno, A. I). 1DM,
on considering tlio petitlott of the afore
said bankrupt, for discharge
filed on tho 10th day of
Juno, A. 1), l'.HI, it is ordered by the
Court that a hearing bo had upon the
sumo on tho 28th day of July, A. I),
11)11, before said Court at Covington,
in said District, at ten o'clock, in the
forenoon, or ns near thereto as prac
ticable, aMd that notice thereof bo pub
lished ono timo in Tlio Maysville Pub
lic Ledger, a newspaper printed in said
District, and all known creditors nud
othor persons in interest may appear
at said time and place and show cause,
if uny they havo. why tho nrayor of
said petitioner should not bo grattted
'Witness, tho Honorable A. M. J.
Cochran, Judge of said Court and the
senl thereof, at Covington, iu said Bis
trict, on tlio 27th day of June, A. D.
J. W. MENZIES, Clerk.
By O. D. Mitchcl, D. C.
AGAIN WE LOSE
Babes Shut Out Maysville Yesterday
By the Scoro of 4 to 0.
Tho Babes, with Mcllvain in the box,
miiclo it two straights yesterday when
the,) defeated Maysville by the scoro of
I to 0. Goth started the game for Mays
tlio and pitched good ball, but the
Babes got next to him In tho sixth in
ning and ho gavo way to Daugherty
who did not givo them much of a look
in and did Mot let n scoro be made oil"
Chillicotho got their first inn in the
fourth. With one out Xesser got to
first on Emery's error. Eiscl doubled to
left center scoring Nosser, and when
tho ball was relayed to Dieterirh, he
tried to catch Ncssqr at the plate and
threw the ball over Mace's head, but
Goth was backing him up and threw
Eisel out at third. Houtz Tanned.
The llabeg had their big iiiMing iu the
sixth, i'armalee tripled to left anil
stored on Sho lin's single through sec
ond. Shovlin stile second and scmed
on Nesser's triplo to left. Eisel doubled
to right, Nesser storing. Goth was
yanked and Daugherty went in to jiitcli
for Mnysville. Eisel walked. limit
sent Eisel to !lrd Ai a high fly to right.
Eisel was caught playing too far of
third and was run down at the plate,
limit going to second. Xewnhain wa
out at first.
The bov score follows:
CHILLICOTIIE AH R II PO A
Corbin, rf t 0 O
Parmnlee, .'lb -I 1 1
Shovelin, 21 I l 1
Xesser, 1b t i! 2
Eisel, ef 1
Uourz, If 3
Talbott, c t
NTe iiliain. ss
Mc livable, p .
TOT.ALS . .
Chapman, 1b .
Dietrich, 2b ..
Emery, ss ...'.
Donovan, cf .
. 4 0
S 27 12
II PO A
2 7 0
1 1 2
1 1 2
.33 0 8 27 12
Scoro by iiAiings:
Iuuings 12 3 15 0 7 8 9
Chillicotho 0 0 0 10 3 0 0 0
Maysillo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two base hits Eisel 2, Nesser. Three
baso lifts Emory, Newnhani, I'armalee,
Nesser. Sacrifice hits Corbln, Mcll
vaine. Stolen bases Shovelin, Huut.,
Curtis. Baso on balls Mcllvaine, 1;
Goth, 1. Struck out By Mcllvaine, I;
by Goth, 4. Baso hits 0 hits, t runs oil
Goth in 51 innings. Ldft on liases
Chlllicothe, 0; Mnysville, 0. Double
plays Shovelin to Nesser. First base
ito errors Chillicotho, 2. Timo 1:10.
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RIGHT OFF THE BAT.
i IJ ! T r i if ! ! ! ! f ! !
fronton comes today tor two games.
Today is Ladies' Day und all Indies
and girls will bo admitted free at the
gate. Conio out und giyo tho now man
nger a boost. Man ford will probably
pitch for Mnysvillo.
Charlie Ellis hit hard yesterday but
did not got a hit on account of the sen
sational work of tho outer gardens.
Eisel robbed him pf a homo run in tho
Miiith by getting his hot ono to center
after a hard run.
If Mnysvillo eontiMuus to play tho
kind of ball thoy have in tho past four
days and manage to got some of that
Jiad luck oijt of thoir system, , wo' jiriV
r ..,. .l , - . i . - .
.diet that some, team or tennis are going,
Jokfoolmucirlds'tifi.thoy linvp been
Donftirit tlnitnol tip Curad
eniedportton of the r, There li onlr one wy to
din. Deatneit Uoauiedby n Inflamed condl-
Hon of the muootu lining of the KuiUchlin tubn,
When ttalt tube li Inflamed you have a rumbling
closed, deafneil tithe reiultyand unlentbeln-
flamrnttton can be t&tceu out nnd tblt tubers-
toredto lti normal condition, beating will be
dcitrofedtorerer; nlneoaieioutof tenareoauitd
byOatarrah,nhlohti uothlngbut an lnflamined
condlttonof the muooue surface.
WewlllglveOue Uundred Dollar! for any oaie
of deafnen(oauied byoatarrb) that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, Send forolrouUri
Sold by DruggUti.f.
WHITE DUCK SUIT
It Comes From South Carolina and Tu
multy Gota Ono Also.
Washington, Juno 2!). liepresenta
tivo Byrnes of South Carolina wont to
tho Whlto House today with two white
duck suits, which ho presented Presi
dent Wilson and Secretary Tumulty.
Tho duck wns made at an old cotton milt
in South Carolina nttd was fashioned
into suits liy tho President's Now Voik
Tho Following Statement Should Form
Conclusive Proof of Merit to Every
Could stronger proof of tho merit of
any remedy bo desired than tho state
meats of grateful endorsers who say
their confidence has been undiminished
by lapso of timef Theso are tho kind of
statements that aro appearing constant
ly iu your local papers for Doan's Kid
ney Pills. They aro twice-told ami cou
th mod with now enthusiasm. Can any
reader doubt tho following. It's from a
Mrs. John Wallingford, 10S Commerce
St., Mnysvillo, Ky., Bays: "Several of
my neighbors havo been cured of kid
Moy trouble by Doan's Kidney Pills, and
ono of my family was also cured of a
serious caso of kidney complaint after
other medicines had failed. Every once
iu nwhilo I uso Doan's Kidney Pills.
In that way I keep my kidneys in pro
per working order and ward off auy
sign of kidney trouble. 1 am glad to
confirm the statement I gavo some years
ago, recommending Doan's Kidney
Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kiduey remedy get
Doan's Kidnoy Pills tho samo that
Mrs. Wallingtord had, Foster-Milburu
Co.. Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.
'. W. WHEELER will move his .shoe
shop from 223 Market street to 13!)
West Secoud street, next door to
Pearl Blytho's barber shop. Mr.
Wheeler will bo glad to see hi"
friends and customers at his new
stand. 20 Ct
WANTED Plain sowiug by tho day or
wook at homo or away. Call on Mrs.
Ella Newell qu Poplar street oppo
sito school house. 2 (It
WANTED A livo young nisfli. Must
bo honest and temperate. Good posi
lion to tlio right party. Addiess P.
O. Box CS9.
A' A NTED llousowork, washing,
lag. Hotel work preferred,
gio Vaughn, East Second street
FOR SALE Four room houso witffcity
water, gas and electric lights. Lot
40x132 and stablo and chicken lots,
concreto walks and garden. Posses
sion given in 30 days. Apply 5 doors
oast of Wood street, Forest avenue.
I' OR SALE Horse, cart and harness.
Horso fivo years old. Apply to Gil
bert Tolle, 927 Forest Ave. j9-tf
FOR RENT Flat of three rooms iu Lee
street. Apply to Mrs. I). Pitrgorald.
FOR RENT A newly repaired cottage
on Houston avenue. Call on or phono
James S. Dawson, 2S-3t
FOR RENT Flat of 5-rooms after July
1st. Up stairs. Gas and water. Phono
Mrs. Chester Bland, Mayslick, Ky.
PIGEONS pay dollars wnero chickens
pay cents; small capital ncoded;
small spa co required; always penned
up; ready markets; Bond for May is
sue of our Journal; fully explained
thoro; price ten cents., Rcliablo Squab
Journal, Versailles, Mo. ju3--m
LOST Small icd memorandum book,
Saturday, between Central Hotel aud
White Hall. Please rotui'u to this of
fice. LOST Small ulnto sorgo ovorskirt on
East Second street. Finder ploaso
leave at tho Bank of Maysvillo.
LOST RhyncstoUo pin, botween Mrs.
Thos. A. Kolth's and Tarkor's llvory
stablo. Ploaso roturu to Frank Owens'
LOST Silver coin purso, containing
round-trip ticket to Portsmouth and
$2.35 in money, olthor on street car
or between car lino nnd'C, & O. do
pot, Roward- if returned to Mabel
LOST Building Assn. book butwoiM
Morz Bros, aud Dr. McGulro's olhce.
Ploaso return to Mrs. Mnry E. Burns,
118 W. Fourth street and receive
LOST Poekotbook, MoMday evening
containing chauge und street car tick
ets, botweqn. Union nnd Commerce,
streets. Findor-Teturn to. this ofllco
ftOfiasrec olveire ward.
M4 -v S
: The Season's Greatest Sale
of White and Colored .
S Wash Goods
WE ARE SHOWING THE GREATEST STOCK OF THESE GOODS
EVER IN MAYSVILLE AND ARE OFFERING BARGAINS
Tho lovoly Crepes, Voiles, Ratifies, etc., at 12KiC, lCc, 19c and
25c, are reduced from 17c, 19c, 25c up to 45c.
To push along tlio salo wo hnvo put all our stocft of ombroidory,
flouncings, embroidered voiles, crepes, etc, In this salo. Many of tho
handsomest goods aro just ono half former prices, owing to a vety for
tunate opportunity to buy from an eastern houso lu neod of money.
You can't nfford to miss this snlo.
Tho best lino of Laces over shoi,i in Maysville.
All tlio latest novelties aro shown hero first.
July Fashions aro heie.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213
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
UNION TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
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Electrically made toast differs from the average kind
as fresh coftee from stale. It needs but a trial to con
vince. Equip your breakfast table, with a
G-E Radiant Tester
and learn the delight of crisp, golden toast made at the
instant you want it, fresh, hot aud appetizing.
Let us show you these toasters.
but one cent to make ten sliei
toast enough for the average fa:
Also let us show you the newG
I'erfect Coffee, to go with the
1 1 We Will Help
1 1 Problem
Come in and let us fit you up in
one of our Hart Scbaffner &
Marx Palm Beach Suits. Tha
greatest tropical stuff yet. And
while here look at our line of
Straw Hats, Shoes, Underwear
4j I? and Shirts. They are great. If
you nave any douot come m ana
let our merchandise convince you
JTHE GOOD CLOTHES MANSiMMl ami Mtrkit StrHit.:
11th $ C75.35
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