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It DURING THE 0AY8 THAT THIS
ha been In proRren we're set a new record In
expanding the buying power of a dollar For
the slgnlfuniicc of the pricea we'e been quot-
k lug lies not merely in the fact that they are
Jlow, but that they are quoted on prevent season
' Ktippenheimer clothes merchandise whose
value Is standard the world round.
No one's bankrupt stock, nothing from a real
or imaginary fire flood or tornado, no million
dollar purchase from some poor manufacturer
who, pushed to the wall throws up his hsnds
and sella at 23 cents on the dollar.
Uvery suit offered In this tremendous clear
ance is guaranteed to be a 1UH summer-production
from the House of Kuppenheiiner, and
purchased for our regular stock In the regular
including a specially fine showing
of Tartan plaids in Greenock, Cadylous, Cinln-
nicmi niiUKeiKiric patterns, tailored iy
penhclmer In June 11)14 styles, now SIH.T5.
Selkirk patterns, tailored by Kup-
J'JJ Suits, a specially fine assortment for
around town and business wear, KtiKtlsh
checks, pin stripes, chalk stiipes in Kres,
blues, browns and blacks, all iu original Kup
penheimer stjles, now J15.
flK suits, including many adauced young
men's styles In Norfolk s. and tno-plt.ee aum
mer suits, sea-breeze worsteds, woolen crashes
and homespuns, now priced ut 110
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
ERNST WORKED FOR
BRADLEY IN HIS
RACE FOR SENATE
Candidate for the Republican
' Nomination For Senatorship
Promptly Brands State
ments Made By Chas.
?i. Striger in
Charles XI. Striger, of Covington, in
spired a sensational article iu tho Ciu
cinnati Enquirer Xlonday iu which at
rucks arc made upon Richard P. Frost,
of Covington, who is one of tiie candi
dates for the Republican nomination
for United States Senator.
These attacks, in tho main, consist,
first, of a statement to the effect that
Mr. Ernst, iu 1008, opposed the election
of tho' into lion. W. (). Bradley as Unit
ed States Senator, and endeavored to
bring about his defeat after he lud
"boon given the caucus nomination; and
secondly, that tho managers of XI r.
Ernst's campaign for the Senatorial
ominatiou are endeavoring to eieate
fnlsely tho impression that all of the
friends of tho late Senator Bradley wo
now in favor of XTr. Ernst's iinminn
.tion. Tho Leader this afternoon called -Mr.
Ernst over the telephone and asked him
if he had anything to say regarding
tho charge tlmt he had endeavored to
bring nbout Governor Bradley's defeat
for United States Senator after ho had
been given tho caucus nomination.
XCr. Erust said that any such state
ment was absolutely at variance with
the actual facts. He said that, on the
-ntrnry', ho had advised Republican
members of tho Legislature to vote and
to work for Governor Bradley's elec
tion, as Bradley was the regular nom
inee, of tho party and as such was en
titled to tho nctivo support of every
loynl party man.
This charge, Mr. Ernst said, was
doubtless tho outcomo of an anonymous
story from unfriendly sources which
(gnJined circulation at nno time and
which' Btated that ho (Ernst) had in-
tinned O. P. Applegate, a member of tho
""" ' ire, to leavo Frankfort in order
Vjuld not be present to vote for
Bradley. This stntoment, ne
Xtr. Ernst, is absolutely falso,
id that he would today get a
on to that effect from XIr. Ap-
lunself, who is a eitiou of New
rnst reiterated tho statement
ltminMfl nf thn lirnminmtt .,..
who wero friends and suppnrt-
Senator Bradley during his life
timo are now backing him for the Sen
fttorlal nomination, and that lie thinks
this is sufficient roply to the burden j
ELECTRIC LIGHTS FREE!
Beginning July 23 and continuing until July
31, we wil! give free to each customer who contracts
for and takes delivery of an automobile a set of
This order is made in order to bring our sales
up to an estimate for July, which have fallen short
on account of the drouth. The offer positively ex
pires July 31 and will not bo extended over that
"Bllllo Burko," Geo. II. Frank's
poodlo Is back homo after a few days'
Mr. Harry Q, Hills of East Fourth
streot has gone, to Pittsburg to visit his
son, Vincent, who is located there
Mrs, John D. Itolton of Indianapolis,
Intl., Is visiting relatives ami friends
in this city. Her daughter is now un
derstudy of Julia Marlowe, the cele
OROP-MOVING MONEY COMING
Washington. At conferences iu tho
Treasury Department over tho distribu
tion of the $3 1,000,000 crop loan fund
tho following sums hnvo been tentative
ly fixed upon for Kentucky banks:
This total of 1 1, 000,000 Is less by n
million than tho sum distributed iu
Kentucky last year.
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
of tho Cincinnati Enquirer article re
The bringing of XIrs. Christine Brad
ley South, a daughter of tho lato Sena
tor Bradley, into tho situation by some
of the Republicans who aro opposed to
XIr. Ernst is considered by politicians
iu Lexington to be very ill-advised and
calculated to react to the advantage of
XIr. Ernst nmong conservative voters
in tho party.
If You Want to Gain a Prize,
Be Judicious ADVERTISE.
TO SPEND VACATION ON TUB
Charles I). Lotvrcy, district superinten
dent of school;) in Chicago, who has
been a guest the past week at the home
of his sister, XIrs. Harris Crawford,
f)710 Rippoy street, is planning to spend
the summer with his family on the
Ohio River. A boat is now being con
structed at the Pittsburg wharf to carry
his family of seven.
Nineteen ears ago Xrr. Lowry had a
boat fitted up at the local wharf to car
ry himself and bride on their wedding
trip, which piood such an enjoyable
outing that they have longed to repeat
the journey. Mr. Lowry 's family ar
rived in the city yesterday and after u
isik here of a fow days they will all
embark on the new boat for a delight
ful vacation on the Ohio river. The
party will cruise slowly and expect to
lemain on the water until the first of
September. Pittslnug Herald, July 1(1.
Solvo Domestic Troblem Daughters of
Chlofs Hlro Out In Families As
Berkeley, Cal. Will the advent of
the Indian girls into tho field of domes
tic science solve tho servant girl proli
lorn? As an experiment fifteen Hoopa,
Shawnee, Wahoo and Piute maidens,
fresh from their ancestral plains in
Nevada, have just been brought to
Berkeley by Helen Sheahan of the Car
son Indian school and placed in fash
ionablo fniuilies to wait on tables, cook
and do general servant work. When
their summer "vacation" is over they
will bo returned to tho school and when
thoy grnduato many will return to
Berkeley to take permanent positions.
"Tho Indian girls aro faithful, clean
and quick to learn," said Xliss Sheahan.
"They will mako ideal housemaids and
mny solve tho problem of domestic
The girls aro not only adopting the
dress of the "paleface," but thoy have
taken up the latest dances, and spend
their recreation hours in doing the tan
jjo, hesitation waltz mid sometimes nkn
ordinary ragging. They hnvo also as
sumed American cognomens in prefer
ence to their own picturesque names.
Wo liko tho children and our"
studio is theirs whllo thoy are
By making thorn feel at homo
wo sccuro pictures of them that
oro natural trtio to llfo.
Bring that Uttlo olio of yours
to ua NOW.
The Photographer In Your Town.
SUMMER END SHOE SALE.
In following our policy of cleaning up
our stock at the end of every season, wo
hnve reduced the prices on all our Sum
mer Footwear. Wo can not quote prices
here, but wo promise to please you if
you want Shoo Bargains.
21-Gt BARKLEY'S SHOE STORE.
FHANOIR X. BUSHMAN, "EVERYBODY'S
FAVORITE", in the Third and Last
Special Two-Ifeel Feature.
.A Famous Detective Story.
W. H. HALL
Maysville Man Wins. Cup For
Second Time at Yester
Kentucky Trap Shooters League
Having Great Contest Hera
The twelfth annual meeting of the
Kentucky Trap Shooters League was
opened hero yesterday under ideal
went her conditions, with the exception
of a slight eastern wind which made
tiie targets 0Mievli:it eiratic at times.
There wero nbout fifty-five shooters pres
ent from Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, West
Virgiua and the well-known amateurs,
Huntley and Couts from the Pacific
Coast. Supt. Gamble, of the Latonia
Gun Club was on hand witli his best
shooters and they uumlieied about ten
guns. Supt. Gamble is working hard
for the next meeting of the Kentucky
Thap Shooters League and he says the
Latouia Gun Club will gie one of the
biggest shoots iu the country if they
will gixe them ,the next meeting. XIr.
Win. II. Hall of MaysMlle, Ky., won the
Kentucdy Slate Challenge Cup, a M-oro
of 00 out of 100 targets. P. C. Hell of
Lexington, Ky,, second with O.'i. XIr.
Bell was also High Amateur for the
day with a score of I hi) out of 200. S.
A. Ilintley second with lss. and Win. II.
A. Huntley secomLwith lssand Wm. II.
Hall third with I Mi.
XIr. .1. R. Taylor was high professional
with a score of 1-s.S and T. II. Pox was
second with IS".
Following ate the scores:
Kentucky State Challenges Cup 100
Targets Open to Leagtio Mem-
.1. I). Gay S!i
X. C. Ollutt SS
15. G. Pallis , 80
B. 1). Golf SI!
II. R. Irwin 82
B, ,1. Robertson , 01
E. B. Clark 78
A. Gamble S(i
II. S. Connelly ....
II. R. Xleyers
R. J. Dibowskl ...
J. E. Shrcck
J. Q. Ward
I. N. Shropshire . .
il. A. Simpson 02
O. L. Wheeler 85
C. Strother 88
T. H. Clay,.Tr Sh
II. Strother 88
A- Clay 01
V. K. Dodgo 80
l. If. Carter , 7o
I' C. Bell ,
In tho 200 contest following is the
J. B-. Gay ......" ,.. 180
T. A. Cassetty 17:1
7.. C. Ollutt 177
. O. PulIU 107
U. II. Bruns no
J. R. Taylor isr
T. J. Donald 172
II. Xloycrs 170
W. If. Hall ;.. 180
W, Greon ' 182
S. A, Huntley 1 jjs
J. F. Cents 178
T. H. Fox 1S7
M. XI. Barr 17.)
K. Banks ),
H. R. Irwin mi
B. J. Robertson , 180
K. B. Clark m
A. Gamble. '. .; fls
II. S. Connolly 175
K. Ilninniorsehiniilt l(,
It. J. Dibowskl in.
J. E. Schrect 1&.
J. Q. Wnrd 100
J. N. Shropshire 170
"('. O. U- Compto 1 1.1
J. A Simpson " 177
C. L, Wbeolor ...' 'M J70
V. S. Day ,-, 17(1
C Strothgr . ..., ..V.v ,178
T. 11. CIay.s.Tr. .,, vij. J80
. m?MirWStiM,'WlLUL uiro',entngttlorgl,roorvo .- ' . tor Uwnor can havo iinmo hy calling
'Mrs. Rosa Kelly Is no bettor.
Mr. Charles Kitlilor has purchased a
five passenger Ford touring car.
Mrs. Nan Hill is improving her resi
dence by puttiug up a veranda.
Sovornl from this placo attended
enmpiuocting at Mt. Olivet Sunday.
Mrs. .loo lnsko of Portsmouth is vis
iting relatives here.
Mr. Charles Woodward and mother
visited relatives nt Minorva Saturday.
Rev. Ailkin filled his regular ap
pointment nt this place Saturday night.
That only the past party tiflllhitiotm
of a voter can be considered when he
votes in the primnry was the opinion
delivered by Attorney General Oarnett
and Assistant Attorney General Logan.
V. K. Dodge 107
.T. II. Carter l.W
W. Henderson 181
0. S. Lawrence Ml
P. C. Bell 181)
II. XI. Shnul 18 r
S. Leevcr 107
.1. B. Lallance 1SJ
XI. J. Welch 180
Winners of Morcandlso Prizes
Event 1. One Bristol Steel Fishing
rod. Donated by the Horton Manufae-
hiring Co., Bristol, Conn.; W. Houston
Event 1!. One Five Pound Box of
Candy. Donated by the F. II. Traxel Co..
XIaysville; Charles Strother.
Event It. One Pair Solid Gold Cull
Buttons. Donated by A, Clooney, Mnys
illo; Wilford Henderson.
Event I. One Gent 's Walking
Stick. Donated by William II. Hall,
XIaysville; Thomas Clay.
Eeut .".One Gallon "Old Lime
stone Whisky." Donated by The .1. II.
Rogers Distilling Company, XIaysville;
Eent 0 One Box Assorted Goodies.
Donated by Hir.sch Bros. & Co., Louis
ille; Amel Hammersclimidt.
Event 7 Five Dollars iu Gold. Do
lated by the State National Bank,
XIaysille; divided between A. Clay
and II. ('. Heriidon.
Event S. One Icy-Hot Bottle. Do
nated by the ley-Hot Bottle Co., Cin
iiniiati;F. C. Bell.
Event !). One Pair Leather Loggias.
Donated by Mike Brown, "Tho Square
Deal Man," Maysvillo; C. L. Wheeler.
Event 10. One ".Mm Day" Soft
Rubber Recoil Pail. Donated by .las. S.
Day, Lexington; .1. B. Lull nice.
Special High Gun Prizo
Ono case "Old Taylor" Whisky. Do
anted by E. 11 Taylor, .lr., Sim Co..
Frankfort; F. C. Bell.
This morning at 0 o'clock the second
day of this interesting tournament will
start. Don't fail to go out and watch
them. Today is the big day when the)
all go after the championship.
Ripley will take another voto on
building a tll.l.OOO school building next
There will be no local option election
on October !!, as originally planned bv
the prohibitionists of Campbell county.
J. LUKE McLUKE SAYS 4.
All men are freo and equal. Tint 's
why one ninn balls out the barkoep be
cause the beer isn't cold enough nnd
the other man balls out the bnrkeep be
causo tho beer is too cold.
You can see plenty of Jacob's La-Tfr
ders when the corn-feds aro getting on
street curs. But tho dear things unver
use them to climb up to the running
Tho old-fashioned woman who used to
shoot her husband now has a daughter
who shoots her husband's afini'ty.
Beforo marriage ho tells her ho would
dlo for her. After marriage ho demon
strates that ho never had any lutmrloi:
of working himself to death for her.
When Iovoy notices that Honev oes
around tho house with threo days'
growth of whiskers on his face even
oxygen couldn't revive tho poor old
COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY
Issues Reports on Kentucky nnd Indiana
Washington. Tho Comptroller of tho
Curiency reported on the condition of
tho national banks of Kentucky (ex
clusive, of Loulsvillo) on Juno HO, tho
ditto of tho last call, as compared with
lliolr condition on Xlnreh l, tho last pre
The report follows:
Loans and discounts .fT)0,():iO,li:i.8l 1
Individual deposits 1.1,017,512,81
Total rosources 80,0:10,881.00
Fercoutago of legal reserve
to doposlts 10.17
Loans and discounts $r0,2 10,017,0"
Individual doposlts 47,131,175.05
Total resources :...... (, 83. 130,108,25
. . .
nro now coming in
nioro plentiful and
Iush iu prico. Lotus
hnvo our order to
day nnd wo will give
you lioth tho difFe.i
encoin price nnd qual
ity. J. C. CABLISH
THE BIOQRAPII COMPANY IN
"THE SAVING PRESENCE"
0. M. ANDERSON IN
"BRONCO BILLY, OUTLAW"
Music By Bullett's Orchestra.
-PRIZES EVERY TUESDAY NIOIIT.
DOVE OF PEACE IN MEXICO.
Washington, July 20. Gen. Carrana
and Provisional President Carbajal
hnvo agreed on a basis for the arrange
ment of pence in Xlexico,, according to
a message received hero today by .lose
Catellot, personal representative of
FAIR AND WARMER TODAY AND
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens 12c
Spring chickens 1 Ic
Old roosters Gc
Cincinnati, .Inly 2!). Hog receipts
1,200 slow; packers and butchers, 0.10
(?0.:i0; common to choice, 3(i.."0((iS.l);
pigs and lights, .i7..r.0(?i)0.:i."i. Cat'tle re
ceipts SOI) slow; calves strong, f.'i.Ollil
10.."0. Sheen receipts 7.100: market
steady; lambs slow, .".2."C?S.i0.
Butter steady, eggs steady, prime
firsts, 10c; fiists, ll17c; seconds, 12c;
poultry steady, hens llle; spiiuger
I7!!pD21c; turkeys, 1.".
Wheat firm, nolille; corn firm, SUA
(fi)S2c; oats stead, XjfffrKIc; rye firm,
HAS XIOVED Woo Jun, proprietor ol
tho Ctiiueso laundry iu Xlurket street
en account of premises to bo torn
down has moved to 149 E. Third St.,
adjoining tho Donovan corner. All
laundry called for and delivered.
WOO JUN. JyO-lrn
WANTED Work, general housework
or on a farm by Elmer Carr, colored,
aged 10, :i:i East Fourth street.
I'OU SALE Fivo year old horse, gen
tle, also harness and light delivery
wagon. Will sell cheap. Call at this
IH)R RENT Tho largo room over the
Sallio S. Wood Drugstore, Xtarket and
Second streets. Apply at tho drug
FOR RENT A newly lopaired cottage
in first-class condition. James S. Daw
son. . ao-Ot
gold ear ring,
turn to Xlary
XIr. W. D. Cochran'!,
my home, half moon
If found please re
Nelson, West I'Otirth
St., nnd recoio liberal reward.
LOST Housing olf of a Ilalladay shock
absorber, l'lcaso return to 210 Wall
LOST Gold stick pin set with pearl,
Sunday night on street car, iu Trax
el's or between Hutchinson's grocery
and G. N. Harding's residence. Re
turn to G. N. Harding.
LOST Will tho person who took tho
gray bedford cord coat, Upponheiiner
model with two handkerchiefs in loft
pocket from tho ferry lauding return
it to this ofllco and receive reward.
LOST Inner tubo for motor cycle in
black case, somewhere between Wash
ington nnd East Fortt avenue. Find
er ploaso return to this olllco or Ralph
Grillin, iXuest nvenuo, and receivo
LOST Soinowhero In tho eity, Sunday,
a plain gold watch. Return to this
ofllco and receivo rewnrd. 28jlt
LOST Silver cigarette case. Return
to this olllco and reeoivo reward.
"THE MEMORY OF QUALITY REMAINS WHEN PRICE IS rORGOTTEN" j
July Clearance Sale f
ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST
j THERE HAS BEEN A
10 CENTS A YARD BUYS
crepes, voiles, Foulards, Linenes, etc. Goods you need riht
now at price so low that it will puj to buy for future use. All I no
wash goods am von much reduced uud every day or two new oi.es
Half Prico sale of liandsomo goods Kmbroidered A oiles,
I lounciiigs and Crepes Hny Now.
Curtains and Curtain Goods so attractive in stylos and so
( heap iu prico that vou cannot resist buying,
A few more full sis-e, seamless Brussels Rugs only $10. worth
This is the Hosiery, Olote, Lace, Ribbon and noeltv house of
this p.ut of tho State. The wry latest goods can be found here.
August Fashions and llio Designer are hero
ROSERT L. HOEFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Late returns from Tex'is show tha
prohibition submission was defeated by
1.1,000 to 40,000 mid that Ferguson, anti
prohibitionist, was nominated for Gov
ernor by .'10,000 to -10,000.
NOTES FROM THE RIPLEY BEE.
'Mis. Arthur Fox and son Clonics left
yesterday for Vauceburg, Ky., for a
visit with her sister.
Xlr Robert Lee Newcomb of Port
land, Oiegon, will airivo here todaj
for a few days' visit with his patents,
XIr. and XIrs. .1. C. Newcomb.
XIrs. W. O. Ilell'einaii, of Columbus,
Ohio, accompanied her parents, Mr. am
XIrs. J. Robert Stivers home for a isit
of several weeks.
Harold C. Baird of Barberton, Ohio,
will arrive tomorrow to spend his n
cation with his parents, XIr. ami XIrs
Chambers Baird. He is engaged with
the Diamond Xlatch Company.
Mr. John P. Boyer, wife and little
Vyrlo Lillian, of Cincinnati hae re
turned home after a very pleasant isi
with his father ami sister, .John
Boyer and Xliss Kate. XIr. Bin or i
eleik at the llavlln Hotel.
XIr. Jordan Brauu, aged S4 years, w.i
probably the oldest Brown county t-it
.en to attend the reunion ot the Blown
County Society at Coney Island last
Thursday. He had a fine time am
thoroughly enjoyed the outing.
Arthur Pox left Xlonday lor Xliiiorvt.
Ky., where he will decorate both tin
exterior and interior of the new lioin.
of Mr. Fiaier eaer. Tlmt it wil
be a job well done goes without saying
foi Arthur is a past master iu the dei
"rtSH The Old .
&&X- J and I
Drudgery fades to a memory when yon Iviuish the-hot stoTe,
hi'Avy irons und tunny stej of the olJ-fas.Iiiuiit.-cl ironing day,
by tfeiftg tkc
G-E Electric Flatiron
Ironing becomes an agreeable task because tlws iron con
centrates tk-e heat on tho work, witlnmt heating the hand,
nd stays clean and smooth all the time. Your work is
finished quickly and easily with a G-K Iron.
We will gladly demonstrate this household necessity for you.
Come and sec our complete line of electrical goods.
run sai.k n
Be Square With
Get all the clothes
Hart, Schaffner &
$ fter, Stein clothes always yield the greatest
J! profit in worth and satisfaction. Any man
31 H;who has worn them will
11 rt . .
E J Bright new spring
jj It Amazing values at 25
J $25.00 values
J. WESLEY LEE,
: THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN, Second and Markat Streets.!
GO AND TO HURRY THEM OFF
BIG CUT IN THE PRICES
Xfastcr Andrew Clooney is isit!ng
relatives iu incinnati.
XIrs. Ida Bitterton of Paris is tho
guest of her sister, XIrs. Tom Rice, of
East Third street.
Johnston Young, of Xlt. Sterling, til
of typhoid fever in Oklahoma, was car
tied twenty-five miles on a stretcher
over a mountainous country nnd put
nboard a train for Ft. Smith, Ark.
Warrants charging thirty-two Louis
ville automobile owners with using ex
pired or fictitious licenses have been
sworn out, and two of tho defendants
hnvo been fined on pleas of guilty.
U TODAY g-
The Coolest Place in Town.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
HEAR AND SEE THOSE
WITH MR. EVANS, MRS. WARD
WARREN KERRIGAN IN
CHILDREN 5c, ADULTS 10c.
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
Marx and Ederheim-
toll you that.
and summer goods.
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