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IP PUBLIC 0Q LEDGER
I Cream Frappe
m Something new. Can ho used on Bello
fj or fruits of any land. Soils tor IQc. Order
ffl one today,
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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
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Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be
Because when lie marries he draws a big
If you think that's tho reason, it is not
Tho crowd simply gathers to give linn
tho laugh. Houston i'ost.
Mercury up to !0 yesterday.
,Mrs. Roy Brown and children arc vis
iting lel.itlves in Covington.
There is reported to be n deal on for
tho sale of an extensive manufacturing;
enterprise between Sutton and Wall
streets, South side
DOORS MUST B CLOSED
By 212 Saloons at Milwaukee, Olty
Milwaukee, Wis. Following action
by the City Council the Chief of Police
notified 212 saloons that thoy must
close, in accordance, with the Baker law,
which provides that thcro shall be only
one saloon lor eacu u.iu oi population
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Too many of them
Must be turned into Money at
Here's a chance to get a buggy
at your own price.
m SQUARE DEAL MAN. g
Mrs. Harriet I). Rains is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Dr. Franklin Weinan in Cin
cinnati. ORPHANS' BRIGADE
Elizabotlitown Selected As Place, For
Annual Mooting In September.
Elizabotlitown, Ky July 21. Tho
next annual meeting of tho Orphans'
Brigndo will bo hold in this city, in
September. Tho meeting will bo held
at tho Helm jdaco, near this city, ami
will bo superintended by tho United
Daughters of tho Confederacy.
PASTOR VOTED OUT
Paducah Christian Church Forces
Rcslciuvtion of Mlnistor.
Padiienh, Ky. A resolution was
adopted by members of tho Tenth Street
Christian Church to dispose with the
services of tho pastor, tho Rev. William
Snvngo, following an upheaval in the
church. His pastorato will terminate
August C. Particulars that led up to
tho controvery were not nrado public,
but it is said relations between tho pas
tin and members of the congrogation
had boen strained several weeks.
: WETS ARE PREPARING
Tc Teat Constitutionality of Law In
Bluo Grass Stato.
Loxlngton. Judgo Ed C. G'Rear, who
is looking after tho legal interests of
tho drys in sovoral of tho coiiiitie"
whnre it is planned to call local option
oleotlons, stated that ho has been in
formed Hint it Is tho plan of tho wets
to test tho constitutionally of the. pres
ent law extending tho unit to the county
and with that view in mind the lenders
nro proceeding to fllo petitions for sop
nrato oloetions in .tho cities of sovoral
counties, attacking tho law from a dif
ferent anglo in imoIi county.
H, RARE BARGAIN
IV have sccwwiJ M ef
EXTKM FANCV ZFHICOiS
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l.'lr nf unknown 'orlL'lll destroyed
n.nro than hull' of tho business district
nf Campbollvillo. Tim loss is estimated
nl JGO.UOO nml is partly covered by in
surance LEFT FOR NEW YORK
Mr. K. H. Hr.vnnt of Forest avenue
left yesterday for New York, where
ho will attend the selling of tho OS
head of lino cattle shipped east by
Hrvant and Kirk, which thoy purchased
from T. A. Keith. Mr. Bryant enjoys
tho distinction of having paid tho high
est price and recoived tho highest price
for export cuttlo In Mason County.
Whilo in tho east Mr. Bryant will be
tho guest of his friend, Mr. Oils Sham
berg. MOONLIGHT FETE AT MURPHYS
VILLE SATURDAY NIGHT
Tho Business IMcn's Club of the M. E.
Church of Murpliysvillo will give a pic
nic beginning nt 1 o'clock p. in. mid
ending with a moonlight fete Saturday
July 25. Tho SaTdis Cornet Band will
furnish the best of music. Judgo Cole,
Rev. Sweeten nnd others will deliver
addresses hi behalf of tho Anti-Saloon
There will bo refreshments of all
kinds served on the ground of the old
Presbyterian Church. Proceeds to help
build a new church
By order of Committee.
MKS. I. .1. FOKMAX.
BIG TIMES AT DOVER FRIDAY
Twenty automobiles in one block at
tho snmo time, tho Augusta kind, the
Princess slunvbout at tho river and tho
Holiness meeting in full blast all in the
afternoon and evening, gave Dover the
appearance of "going some" last Fri
day. BASEBALL RESULTS
Ohio State Loaguo
Lexington at Chillicotho.
Portsmouth at Huntington.
Charleston at Maysville.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES. ,
Ohio Stato League
Chlllicothe, II; Charleston, .
Portsmouth, 1; Lexington, 0.
Maysvillo, 6; Huntington, II.
Brooklyn, lj St. Louis, 2.
New York, -tj Cincinnati, 1.
Boston, 11; Ptitsburg, 0-8.
Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 1.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato Loaguo
Charleston . ., 11
Now York !) 32
St. Louis 18
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!'
If you are contemplating building a home or ii bouse for uti investment, now
is the time to place your order. We have the largest stock of nil kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con-i
tracts with the timber men for still greater suppiy. We contracted this large i
hiipply at a price very near cost of production and we arc in position to give you
the advantage of this good purchase. Place your order now or let us give you an
estimate on jour requirements; you will then leave your order with Maysville's
roremosi j.unuitr Yard,
The tttason Lumber o.
Cor. Socontl and Limastono Sts. Phono 519. MlVSiILLE, KY.
A. A. MoLauuiimn. L. N. Bhiian.
8 OLOSIHSTG- OXJTTS
. EDISON HORN TIPE PHONOGRAPHS
J?2i Grade with 12 Records for $15.
?28 Grade with 12 Records for $22.
Many other styles. See show window display.
J. T. KACKLE Y & CO.
Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN
DRIOKSON'S. Mrs. A nnlnnrv wishes to thank the
Maysville Oas Co., and "The Blwtrle
Cottage" managers for the electric iron
CALLED TO RICHMOND
Dr. P. C. Smoot was called to Rich
mond, Ky", Tuesday to treat live special
eases of eye trouble with most satisfac
Whilo in Richmond he was the guest
of Dr. C'lnirles Smoot, his cousin and 11
former Mason County man. Dr. Smoot
returned homo last e cuing.
jj Now is the time to do your wall i:iporinr and S
jl jKiiutin. Como in. We can show , oil just what H
SI you iii'i'd. We have a full liui of Wall Papcr.s, 0
Paints, Knaiuuls, Htc. Sccour liut hcfoiv bti)iiii,'.
8 CRANE & SHAFER, S
S PHONP jw. COX RIllLniNn.
Mannella Kmporium is now opon in
loom US first Natu.ial Bink Building. 1
Nat Oies and .lohn Short were up be
foro ins honor .ludgo Whitaker for
imbibing too freely of tho cup that in
toxicatfli. Pine, $0.50 each. Not hav
ing tho cash thoy will stop at hotel dc
THE BEE HIVE'S GREAT SALE.
Merz Bros.' Big Clean Up Silo begins
niNt Saturday and it's going to be a
This is trulv to lu tho biggest cut
I rice sale in tho historv of Maysille.
Bend their dlspl.iy adv. in this issue.
OHIO STATE LEAGUE SAID TO BE
The base bill situation is "up in th
nir, " so to speak and it is even reported
that tho Ohio State League is about to
Secretary Thos. L. Ewan left 1-ist
night for Irouton whore a general con
ference was to bo held.
GOOD SALARIES PAID IN OHIO
K. V. Stephen, "of Mt. Oral), was se
lected ns County Supt. of Schools, of
Brown County, O., at a salary of $1,6.10
Prof. H. H. Denning of Manchester,
was elected County Superintendent of
Schools for Adnms County, 0., at a
salary of $1500.
Orphaned Huntington Club Lets Mays
villo Club Down Without a Run and
Win By tho Score of 3 to 0
Strain was unhitablo with men 00
boxes and Huntington easily defeatod
Maysvillo yesterday, making it two
wins out of tho three games played here
Toothman was on the mound for
Maysi!lo anil was touched up for nine
lots which were good tor tnreo runs
Charleston comes today
Tho box scoro louows
II PO A
Uvuu, ss . . .
Cofalu, Ub ..
Kolly, lb ..
Calbcrt, If .
'I'homa, cf ..
Strain, p . .
Rodman, e .
Alton, rf ..
TOTAL 3(1 II
MAYSVILLE All R
Chapman, lb 1 0
Emery, ss . 1
Curds, :il 0
Donovan, cf I 0
Kills, rf 0
Montgomery, If .... i 0
1iotrlcli, 2b 2 0
Mace, e .'I 0
!) 27 10
II PO A
0 8 0
!I2 0 4 27 l 1
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Two base hits Kolly, KIHh. Three b.iso
hits filbort, 2; Emery, Donovan. Baso
on balls Off Strain 1. Struck out by
Strain, 1; by Toothman, 2. Loft on
bases Huntington, Gj Mnvsvillo, 0.
First baso on orrorw Huntuigton, 2,
Maysvillo, 0. First bflsa on arrow
Huntington, 21 Maysvillo. h 'Jinroo
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The Mason County Cun Club has re
ceived 100 ban els of cl.iy pigeons.
I " a snooting scrape i.etweeu negroes
V' .l'0" . V!'" '" ,'ox"!8ton T
iouUv, Dennis Mi.oguc, white a by
stander was wounded and a negro killed
HAILSTORM DESTROYS 100,000
ACRES OF GRAIN.
Bottineau, S. D. A hailstorm cli
mated to have been from two to ten
miles yvMc swept from a point north of
Antler; N'. I),, through Saskatchewan to
Berwick, N D., 100 miles southwest.
More than IO11.OOO .u-ros of grain was
iliti.ill or uliolU tlcstiovcd
Choice of any suit or silk dress $10.00. Wt'( '11 tf
wont use space to talk about them because if you .1 I jT Jr QiWll 111 C
are interested you will come in and the garments j J I I 14 T I I 1 I 1 tff III
llieinselves speak louder than words. JLMAm. ft A V1AA AAVSU 14J
Short lengths hurrying out! Black silk, col-
RrPQQOQ With A PriPO-PhSinfTD orpdsillcs, wlutcsUks, printed silks, tub silks dress
mcoooa 11 Iln a 1 1 iuc ullflHc nnd wai8t imtterns fIying ollt ut new lillle pril.,.s
Hvery lingerie dress in stock is included in this before summer ends.
price re adjustment. The $G.f0 dresses are $4.G0. ,. , , . ,
,, j.- rn , .- rA . . ... ,. , Dozens of kinds.
1 he !ji.f)0 dresses arc $.fi0, Come in, you will find
it much more satisfactory to actually compare Kveiy silk suitable for midsummer frocks and
prices with, dresses, than merely to read about blouses-even better. Rome of the silks arc what
At reduced prices nothing charged, reserved wiU ,K US0(1 '' fasliionable folk in the fall. Prices
or exchanged. cut about one-half.
BIG TIME AT CONEY ISLAND
Tho Brown County Homecoming As
sociatiou has mado arrangements with
tho Greene Lino steamer Greenland to
leu va Maysville, Thursday, duly 2.1, at
fj n. in., milking stops at Aberdeen, IJip
lcy, Iligginsjiort and Augusta, and ar
riving at Conoy Island at ! 11. 111. Tho
steamer will leave the island 011 the
ovening of her return trip.
Mis-s Bessio Wells delightfully enter
tuined yesterday niternoon in honor of
Miss Klloil Shiinklln of tho county
mid Mrs. Knoch Powell of Ft. Thomns,
Ky. There were tieral teoro of guosts
present and the occasion wan one of the
prettiest and most lavish of the season.
Mrs. Thomas A. Keith ontortuined
Wednesday afternoon with a delight
fully informal reception in honor of
tho beautiful and charming bride, Mrs.'
Keith rrnzeo Ad.imson.
TI10 attractive rooms were cundlo-lit
and fragrant with Juno lilies and Ampr
ban Motility roses and tho occasion was
riuiderod morn enjoyable by tho sweet
singing of Miss Wheeler, who lent to
tho rhyme of tho poet tho beauty of
her voice. Mrs. Keith was assisted l.t
Miss Adanison, Mrs. Thos. Keith, Miss
Wheeler and Mrs. Hverett, the Misses
Llda and Lottio Berry, .Mrs. Robert
Hlalno of Now York, Mrs. Cloorgo Koith,
Mrs. Goodman, Mrs. FiUgoralil and .Mrs
Uwens.- Many guests rrom n distance i -, , v m , , ,' , -
(rfiKtacous uuospuButyjjs-xwm R"nm'iiH 'irrvnir T iMiMTi "nari r i-vt- i m j.;jj. 'jr- .' ...i
Hon. II. Glenn Irolnud, Republican
candidate for Congress at the coining
State Primary was interviewing Mays
illo mid Musou County voters thii
PRESTO CHANGE FOR PATMONT
Milwaukee, Wis. The Rev. Louis It.
Patmont, prohibition worker, has again
disappeared, having left tho train on
the Soo Line bound for Chicago, accord
ing to 11 telegram received from th"
Rev. Claude P. Witty, dated Lakeville,
III., by tho Rev. C. L. Milton, Milwau
DOVER REJOICING OVER OILED
Two of the county oil wngons drove
into Dover last Thursday and emptied
their tanks on the streets in tho mnin
part of town, doing much toward sot
tling the dust and alo tho automobile
question. Now that the people here see
the benefits of having the streets oiled
they are not likely to let them get
dust any more. Thanks, Judge Rice.
D. HECHINCEB & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
GENEROUS HELP ALL AROUND
The glorious rains this country was favored with during the past week has infused new
life not only in the growth of everything in the soil, but also into Maysv lie's msreanti a busi
ness. Doubtless every merchant in our city, as well as ourselves, has been favored with a
decided improvement in trade. Aside from the favorable weather conditions helping us, our
price reductions on all of ou- Spring Suits is a great factor to move them. Again we have a
iresh supply of Palm Beach Suits, these will be the last of the season people who know say
our $7.50 Palm Beaches are the best values in the State.
Remember the 29th. is Auto Day. Pay accounts and put ticket".
3D. jeiESOKCIISrGr-liiP 2c CO.
FOR SALE BELLSMITH STUDIO.
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Best and oldest established Photo
graph (lallery in Cincinnati, Ohio. Must
sell at once. Now open' for inspection.
Applv to W. W. Schwaab, First Xa
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1 .....A 1 Iln nl. Iliiililitiil I'lliniHIint 1
ll,,"al 1!l,lk building, Cincinnati
A million pounds of blue grass seed
will bo shipped tu Europe from Losing
ton this year.
RALPH SHAFER SIGNED BY
Ralph Shofer, Cincinnati boy, who
has been playing tho outfield for the
Huntington Club of tho Ohio State
League, as bought Wednesday by the
1 Ittsburgh Pirates, and will roport iin
niediately for trial.
Tho riso of Shafer has been rapid. He
is only a youngster nnd played profes
sional bnll only a season and a half,
lie started last year with Hamilton,
iis transferred this season to Newport,
then to Huntington.
Ho played witli the Shamrocks and
other Cincinnati teams. Ho was touted
by Charles Sturr to tho Saginaw Club
of tho Southern Michigan League, mid
signed for 1013, but did not report, pre
ferring to finish his high school course.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU
If you havo a certain poao or
picturo In mind, wo will execute
It for you or Just leave it to us.
Wo produce tho latest and best
style3 In photographic portrait
uro. Our Uno of samplo photo
graphs will convinco you of the
quality wo put into our work.
Como in and look thorn over.
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gXjPhotogrtpwIlg ;Tom T01
Miss Lucille Smith of Maysllle, Kv
is a guest nt tho homo of Mrs. .1. W.
Tweed. Ripley Bee.
Frankfort. John IT. Wilson, of Bar
bourville, Progressive candidate for
Congress In tho Kloventh District, no
tified Assistant Secretary of Stnto Cecil
Vansant that he had withdrawn from
says that it's n crime for a woman to grow old and haggard looking.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE CREAM
will stop you from conimiting a crime. Nuff Sed.
We are agents for the Model Laundry and would like for you to give
us your laundry.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. "'KT
Misses Myrtle Wicks, Ora Beal,
Beatrice- Moore, Florisa Oilcher, ldi
Owen, (lr.ice Morris, Louise Vogelback
illl(1 Lotti(, oskjM Shawnee I'ami.firn
girls of tho Union Methodist Hpiseopnl
Church, Covington, are attending Hug-
l0'. l-'aiiii.mw.tiiiK. Miss Morris is .1
cousin of Mrs. .1. II. KichanKon ot E.isi
Mr. William K. Day, aged 22, farmer, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. B. Cook of Wood
and Miss Bessie Wilson, aged IS, both ! street, and Mr. and Mrs. William Dow
of Sardis, wero married vesterdtiy b. ney of Forest Avenue are fishing- 011
Ho v. M. fl. Clark. Kinney, this week.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS FREE!
Beginning July 23 and continuing until July
31, we will givo free to each customer who contracts
for and takes delivery of an automobile a set of
This order is mado in order to bring our sales
up to an cstimato for July, which have fallen short
on account of tho drouth. Tho offer positively ex
pires July 31 and will not be extended over that
,i illll .
Frankfort Haloon keepers of Lex
ington pledged themselves to one an
other not to keep open on August 1,
primary election day, and to adhbre
strictly to the state and city laws.
WADES THE OHIO RIVER
Portsmouth, O. Tho Ohio Itiyor nt
this point is at its 'low est 8ago Itfycars.
Willam Wcidner waded th? river. Thii
is the first time thij has been done liore'
in many years.
DAILY TRIPS TO RUDDLES
Tho Maysv ille BurtoiiNillo bus will
make daily trips to and from the Bug
gies Cnmpmeoting until it closes. Seven
ty five cents round trip. Leaves Cough
lin's stablo 12 o'clock noon every day.
ON A FISHING EXCURSION
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