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$.' In nn ugly framo of mlud.
. DEATH ON THE RAILS
F John Katcliff round at Garrison .With
!&' Leg and Ann Cut off Brakoman
K ' Also Badly Injured.
John Katcliff, said to be from Mays
villo, was found along side the C. & O.
tracks at Garrison Saturday night wifli
a leg and arm cut off. Ho was taken
to tho Portsmouth hosnltal where he
died in a fen' hours.
Brakoman Joe Tingley of Covington
who found Ratcliff's body, later was
made deathly sick after viewing Rat
cliff's mangled body and fell from the
freight train and was badly injured. Ho
was also removed to the Portsmouth
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I John Deere's Self-Dump f
I Sulky Rake I
2 The First Consideration Has Been Sim- B
plicity and Durability! '
Axle studs arc inches in diameter, and are
S reversible and interchangeable, which doubles their
S life. , ,
B Dump rods are of high carbon steel, y of an
inch in diameter. They have four times the durabil- m
ity of the ordinary dump rod as they are reversible
individually, interchangeable and again reversible.
IS SIMPLICITY S
5 We can rightfully boast that our rake has fewer
JJ parts than any rake on the market. Simplicity of
construction and proper material, systematically and
symmetrically distributed, mean much to users.
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.J. OHUEOH NOTES. 4.
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Sunday School attendance yesterday:
Forest Avenue 7!'
Second M. E. Soutl 07
Central Presbyterian t3
' First Christian 17.1
''First Baptist . .'. i; ,..128
" First Presbyterian '....'....'.... 02
Third Street M. E ) . : 0!)
First M. E. South Ci
Alission .' '-
'Total July .1 701
Total duly 12 7.15
Total for mouth 2201
Average for the mouth 704
Mr. Frank Nash will bo Acting Su
perintendent of tho Third Street M. E
Sunday School during tho Cninpineetlng
nt Ruggles. Mr. Walter Nauman will
'have charge of the Epworth Leaguo ser
vices. Largo audience at Bible School nnd
Church services to greet Uev. Albert 11.
- Btahl nn his return to the p'astorato of
a the Christian Church, nd tho welcome
was most hearty "ami alucere, as ho is
wo!) liked and loved by thoso. in and
out of tho church. Mrs. Stahl and the
two daughtors, will not return for sov-
eral weeks. Bro. Stahl reports a grand
time visiting his former churches at
Akron und Steubenville, Ohio, as well
rns visiting Lima, Canton and Kcntoli,
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Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Calvert woro call
ed t" Augusta yesterday by tlio funeral
of Mrs. William Reynolds.
MRS. GRACIE DAVIS
Aged Resident of MaysviUo Answors
Final Summons at the Homo of Her
Son in Walnut Street.
Mrs. Gracio Davis, aftor an illness of
several months, passed away Saturday
evening at 0:10 at the homo of her son,
Thomas Davis, on Wahlnut street.
Deceased wis bom October liTth.
1837. On August 12th, 1830, she win
married to Elbert Davis, who preceded
her to the grave September 2, 18D0.
Sho is suiviNcd by nine children
five daughters, Mrs. Joseph Roth ami
Mrs. Carrie Richmond of Dayton, Ohio
Mrs. Nelson Stewart of Brown County,
Ohio; Mrs. Ham Graham of Concord ami
Mrs. Jennio liamcr of Cincinnati, and
four sons, Frank and William of Brown
County, Ohio, and Tom and Robert of
this city. Sho is also survived by twen-
ty-nine grandchildren and fourteen
Tho funeral will bo held this after
noon from tho Aberdeen M. R. Church,
Interment in the Aberdeen Cemetery.
Ohio. At Canton he visited a school of
over 7,C00'1n attend.nnco, but with all
this ho sajs he is glad to bo back in
Muysvillo nnd especially to be in the
church on tho day when their former
minister, Rev. liobt. E. Mos.s of Emi
nence, Ky., should be here. Rov, Moss
gave two very fine sermons during the
morning and Mrs. Kathryn llowden at
the evening service, nnd his friends are
giving him a reception into their .homes
nnd hearts as before. The music at
both services was good, Miss Frances
Barbour ktudly played the plpo organ.
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Leave orders for relablo piano tun
ing by McGregor nt DoXuzie.
Recover Dividonds Declared
Paris, Ky., July 18. Thomas J. Smith
Banking Commissioner of the State of
Kentucky, and Buckner Woodford,
Special Deputy Banking Commissioner
in charge of tho defunct Gcorgo Alex
onclor & Co. state bank, through tlieir
attomoy, John J. Willlnms' today filed
with tho Circuit Court Clerk W.. 0.
Webb suits against the Directors of the
Aloxoudcr bank to recover for alleged
illegal dixideuds declared.
The petition cites that 011 Juno 20
W07, tho defendants at a meeting held
lu the banking ollice, declared d semi
annual dividend 611 its capital stock of
8 per cent, ainouAtiug to $:i,200,
Tho papers filed contain 1C para
graphs, each representing a dividend of
$.1,201) and agyreifllug n sum of $18
000, for Which the "jlfalntliTa allege the
defendant Directors are liable.
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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1914.
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If ypu are contemplating building n home or a house for nn investment, now
is the time to place your order. We lime the largest stock of till kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have lnre con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted this large
supply at a price eiv near cost of production and we are in position to give you
the advantage of this good purchase, l'lnce your order now or let us give you an
estimate on your requirements; you will then leave your order with Maysille's
Foremost Lumber Yard.
Th& fflasoH Lumber o. '-
Cor. Socond and Limostono Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A, McLaughlin. L. N. Bkiian.
! CLOSING OUT'
5 EDISON HORN WE PHONOGRAPHS 5
$21 Grade with 12 Records for $15.
$28 Grade with 12 Records for $22.
Many other styles. See show window display.
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Mexican situation slowly settling it
self with peaceful outlook.
COUNTY COURT NEWB
Saturday afternoon tho last Will and
testament of Edward Marshall was of
fered for probate, samo ordered re
Ud Oibbs was appointed guardian of ton men interested in the baseball club
.lauio Oibbs, colored. ' nre said to be showing an inclination
B. W. Gilfillen, attorney for State to "run to cover" and othcials of the
Rovenuo Agent, of Columbus, Ohio, is league have deemed it best to hao an
a business isitor nt the County Clerk's immediate understanding .as to the
office today team's future.
Now is the time to do your wall papering ami
painting. Come in. We can show you just what
you need. Wo have a full line of Wall l'apeiv,
Paints EnuinelH, Ktc. See our line before buying.
CRANE & SHAFER,
m PHONE 452.
MISS DAISY CHALK-
Tliis Year's Qraduato of tho Maysvillc
High School Meets Death In River.
Miss Daisy Chalkley, daughter of En
gineer Chalkley of the C. & O. was
drowned yesterday afternoon in the
Ohio River at Concord, where tho fam
She was in bathing with several com
pinions and got beyond her depth and
sank to rise no more.
Miss Chalkley was 11 very popular
girl and was a graduate of the 1011
ela.is of the 'Maysvillo High School.
No further particulars of the s.id ac
cident havo been given us.
King George lias called a conference
to discuss Irish problem.
CHARLESTON RALLIED IN NINTH
AND DEFEATED MAYSVILLE.
Charleston, W. V:i.( July 10. I.eakij,
mil Keating won today's game f"f
Charleston by singling in the ninth in
ning. Maysvillo had tho lead 2 to 1 un
til Charleston rallied. Both Thompson
and Raenies worked well, but werejioor
ly supported. Score by innings:
Innings I 2 3 I 3 (1 T 8 !l-
Maysvillo 0 0 10 10 0 0 02
Charleston 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 23
Two baso hit Curtis. Struck out
By Thompson, 2; by Raemes, 2. Bases on
balls Oir Thompson, 2; oft" Raemes, 1.
Sacrifice hits Nutter, Mine. Stolen
bases Dietrich. Left on bases Mayv
villo, A) Charleston, 5. Time of game
1:50. Umpire Jacobs.
SATURDAY'S OAME MAYSVILLE
D, CHARLESTON 1.
Charleston, W. Va., July 18. Mays
Villo bunched hits lu the seventh inning
for five runs and nn easy victory, as
Toothman hurled a steady gamo ngalnst
tho leaguo leaders. Tho score by in
nings: Innings 12 3 45078 0
Maysvillo 0 0 0 0 0 0 .1 0 05
Charleston 0 0 0 0 0. t 0 0 0 1
Summnry: Two base hits Toothuinii
Ellis. Doublo play - Bresnahaiu to
Beers to 'Dnubert. Struck out Ity
Shine, 7; by Toothman, '7.' Bases 011
linnsOff Shlpo, 2; off Tootliniau, 2.
Stolon baso Keating. " Snerillco hits
Keating, Nutter, Bresnaham. Sacrifice
fly-T-Montgomory. Wild pitch Tooth
innn. Time of game .1:55. Umpire
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Huntington comes today for thro'1
games, jUtrecht1, -will, pitch forsMayu
TJ16, Lexington Tjasebnllft'tnlj passed
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Marinolla Emporium is now open in
room 3 First NatioMal Bank Building.
OHIO STATE LEAGUE OWNERS
WILL MEET TUESDAY.
Columbus, Ohio duly If. Club own
ers of the Ohio St.ite League have been
called to meet in Huntington, W. Va.,
Tuesdiv afternoon. Certain Hunting
PRETTY $ 1 .25 BLOl
A dozoii dillVioiit slylos, nil the prettiest of
tht' .season in the sheerest white voile smartly de
signed and trimmed. Size '14 only, but as this miui
ul'aetiiret 's blouses are generously cut some of thfs
models will no dntthl fit IHJ measurements.
Pretty Silk Finished 50c Tissues
Designs, weaves, colors are so varied and at
tractive, Hie collection is really remarkable for a
town this size. Be sure to see it.
TAIR WEATHER THIS WEEK.
Washington, July 10. Another week
of general fair weather with modorato
summer temperatures, was foreenst to
night by the Weathor Bureau.
emi-Annual Clearance Sale
Starts Saturday, July 25th
It's Going to Be a V
3?CLEAN SWEEP SALE"!
We earnestly believe that. you. will derive more benefit from this sal
sale ever held in Maysville.
There is a big surprise awaiting you.
Put on your thinking caps.
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ONE, COPY ONE CENT.
Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN
DRICKSON'S. Congress Is preparing to stay In ses
sion all summer.
ENJOYABLE MOTOR TRIP.
Dr. J. II. SamueJ and Messrs. Klein
Dillman, Frank 'Nash and A. 1 Curran
of Tho Public Ledger force motored
over to Bethel, Ohio, yesterday whore
they all enjoyed the mojt hospitable
treatment and a big dinner at tho home
of Mr. Dillman 's parents, Air. and Mrs,,
A. V. Dillman. The party went over 1
via South Ripley, Dover and Augusta
ami leturned by way of (lerogetown, Rip-1
ley anil Abordeen. The crops nro look-1
ing fine, especially in Ohio where the
corn will mako nearly a full crop.
Airs. Klein Dillman and little son,
Denver, nro spending the summer with
relatives at Bethel.
X3. aSwaX3Ceii & COi
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
To close out the balance of our linen suits we have reduced the price to $5. To close
out our straw hats we cut the price in half. $10 Palm Beach Suits $7.50, $8.50. White Duck
Trousers reduced to $1.50. A limited number of $20 White Serge Suits reduced to $12.50,
positively less than cost.
Every $25 to $30 Spring Suit reduced to $20.
Every $20 to $22 50 Spring Suit reduced to $15.
Every $16.50 to $18 Spring Suit reduced to $12.50.
Every $15 Spring Suit reduced to $10.
Every $10 Suit in the house reduced to $7.50.
All of these prices mean cash when the goods are taken out of the Store. Auto on the
29th. Pay account and get tickets.
D. PIEOKCIlSrCS-EJBt cfc, CO.
MR. ARTHUR COBB'S INrANT
DAUGHTER PASSES AWAY.
Tlielmii, infant daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. Vrtnur Cobb, on East Second street
died vehterdav about noon. Burial te
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a Price Fall to 85c
Beckham leads largely in Senate race
Yesteidav's Enquirer contained a cut!
of the Augusta baseball club, featuring Mrs. John C. Ronajij o Lebanon, 0
Leo Dresel and Frank Hnucko of Mays- is visiting her motlier, Mrs. Fanny Qlas
illc. I cock.
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:0"CT LIJSTEJ OF:
W .-TV. J,UN Jl VyC" -J 1
is fresh every day.
Call and see our line or phone us.
a good selection of the best.
g DINGER BROS., titST S
Tho Seuate has provided by ninond
ment for a year's salary to be pnid tho
widow of former Senator Bradley of
Tho executive council of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor adjourned in
Washington after n week's discussion
of tho current Issues nfTecting organiz
says tbat it's a crime for a woman to grow old and haggard looking.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM
will stop you from connniting a crime. Nnff Sed.
We are agents for the Model Laundry an ir -would like for you to give
us your laundry.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. r
Miss Nancy Coryell is visiting Miss
Delia Warder in Adams County, Ohio.
Mrs. A. 1 SUhl and daughters,
Misses Thelmn and Ruth did not return
homo with Mr. Stalil but will remain al
Steiibenvillo until fall.
Ten Dollar Day in Women's
If you saw a suit or dress in our slock yester
day marked $25 and greatly admired it, and com
ing in the store today find the self same suit or
dress marked $10 wouldn't you count yourself
lucky and want to avail of such a bargain? That
is precisely what you can do for wc offer choice
of any $25 suit or dress in stock for $10.
At these prices nothing charged, reserved or
Mr. C. Calvert Early left Saturday for
a fow days' sojourn at Park Lake.
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General opposition was shown In tho
Senate to any party conference or cau
Jem on the nomination of Thomas D,
Jones to the Reserve Board.
It is feared the rcscuo of the Stef'j
I mnniiil oivtt ViAjilirilll IKW tj vnilllUK
anusiiii A rn ( 1 (i nvntnnlni unrtir innnhf ? ' ;
no nceoinpiisncii until rate mis summer.
The rcscuo steamer is tied up 120 miles , .
away from the party.
Mr. George 'W. Itoyse is nttending
Campmeetiug at Alt. Hopo.
Senator Camden was honored Satur
day by Vice President Marshall when
tho newly-seated Kcntuckian presided
over the Senate for threo hours.
Mr, and Mrs. S. P. Browning are
.sojourning On the Great Lukes.
Miss Pearl Bona, of Lexington, is
visiting ilr. and Mrs. John Murray of
East Second strot.
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