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Coat $ Trousers
mado up la tho best stylos and
perfect nttlng, will laundry
nicely and still rotain tholr
' shapo, and our price, and you
will notice we are the first to
publish prices In Maysvlllo
papors must bo a rosason.
5C.50 and $7.60.
Keo. H. Frank & Co.
Haysville's Foremost Clothiers:
lr. Slulby niattcrmnii K'ft yesterday
n tho larger sense, every mun writes
hls'bWn epitaph. J
ifr? J. V. Knckloy Will lend tho-pray
VKfrtnt lurv trmttvlit tit Mm l.firiaftnn
MJIIVUh.lli: .I'U.fc.lfr . H.V wru i. ....-
Dan Millor and son, Bernard,
onmipiey, unio, nro visiting iuiss uvau
Foenler of this city.
ffi . . .-v.. . . . . r T .
iMSssrs. Ben Greenlee, ' Kcinjior
(Sll and 'Frank Nash wero at Flom-
gsburg last oveMing.
Ir. Alio Onlnnty has accepted a po-
Ton behind the counter at tho F. II,
I'ra.xel confectionary store.
Irs. Elizabeth Calvet
of West Third
has entirely rei
jvcred from a
iter illness from
ndies' Aid Society of the For-
Kvonue M. E. Church will meot with
ettio Wood, to morrow afternoon.
rfchaiTer and son of Coving-
i-isiting her parents, Mr. and
T. Smith of East Sixth street.
as one lone case before Judge
Whitnkor in Police Court yes
to-wit: William Washington,
;iess. "William got tho usual
Irs: B. J McCIannlian of this eiiy
visiting lior daughter, Airs. 0. I
of AtchUou, Kansas, after
"ral weeks' visit in tho Iioosier
KJ(AS. Kirk, manager of the Mays
prup Company, left Tuesday
tng on a business trip to -ivans-
& . ...-.
Irid., and will visit MayficM and
ton. Ky before returning home.
t T. Noal Hubbard and little
"tor, Mario, of West Third street
'estorday for Covington, Ky., to
J graduation exercises in that city.
p'.. Hubbard's nioco, Mihs Clniabell
liionds, is among the graduates.
""2AiJIEWAR IS OvER.
Ky. Juno lO.--Tho In-
ronipanies ropresentath es
New York today ratified the
it mado with Kentucky ofli
compnnics, liotifylng their
r, Ky., Juno. 10. Ilolinnu
nown farmer nnd cattle
ith County, was almost In
in -an automobilo accident
ngton pike, about oue mile
city this sinorning at 11
in ueak was broken and ho
Si few minutes, Ho was thir
age alfll married, his wifo
V Misi -..Jlary Wood, a
. n? c .- '... .
rtliiyTUTOMJonu Wood, editor
lice, botoro tier ninrriago was
. . .
it visitor to Mr. T, L. Kwan
h, Mrs. Feed of this city, they
in i u
It's the most talked of car In
the world. Sterling merit has
sold it to over 530,000 people
of every nation the world over.
Ford service and guarantee
are both included in the price.
This means a lot to any auto
8500 for the runabout; CC0 for the touring cor nnd
$760 for the town car f. o. b. Detroit, ' com.
plcte wjtlfequJpment. Get catalog and particulars
cjrpm venirav uarogcio,,
iMaysville, Ky. i
Republicans of the Ninth
District Held Enthusi
astic Meeting Here
Wonderful Change in Favor of
G. 0. P. and "Ship of State"
Is About To Sail On
Republican Nominos For Congress
Before Auaust Primary
Frue For All
rAn important confnb of Republican
leaders of tho Ninth Congiesslotial Dis
trict was held here vesteiday at tho
CtMtial Hotel to prepare for the pri
mnry of August 1st. An open field for
the candidates was declared and thore
nio three receptive candidates recog
nized A. J. Poi.'.iington of Cartor, H. U.
Ii'eland of Cartor and William II; Har
rison of Fleming though it is under
stood that Hon. H. C. Ireland of Car
ter County will most likely load the
Grand Old Party as Congressional can
didate in November.
Nino coiAitlcs were directly rcprosont
ed by delegates, organized anil having n
chairman. Tho other ten counties in
tho district sent numerous letters ex
pressing thoir warm enthusiasm and
hopes for the G. O. 1'. Tho feeling all
through the meeting us voiced by every
speaker was that a complete return
to tho Republican party had bcuM made
by all who wero alliliated with it bo
foro tho recent split, and that a sweep
ing victory was assured in November.
On tho first trains yesterday the lead
ers from all over the district began to
arrive and before ten o'clock there
wero soino twenty odd gathered at the
Central Hotel, the old camping grounds
for political conferences. Tho meeting
though uMolHcial and not a committee
meeting was called together by the
Hon. F. H. McCartnoy of Flemingsburg,
chairman of the Republican Committee
of this District. The sitting was' in an
upstairs parlor of tho hotel. Mr. Me-
Cartnov was chosen chairman of the
meeting with C. A. Norm of Bracken
County as securetnry. Mr. McCartney
immediately gavo the floor to tho speak
crs. Tho crowd gathered was so very
enthusiastic that tiM men spoke before
adjournment to dinner was mado at
Tho speakers wero: Honorables Rob
ert Buckler of Mt. Olivet; J. T. Uie
terich of Boyd County; T. N. Monson
of Harrison County; J. W. Black of
Rowan County; Harry Purncll of this
city; Roy C. Moore and II. C. Metcalfe
of Bracken County, G. W. E. Woolford,
Carter County; C. L. TannhiU of Lowis
County, 1.M1I William 1). Cochran of this
Each speakor had as thoir leading
theme, tho welcoming back to tho fob!
of all citi.ens and voteis irrespective
of their record or adulations and a de
cided opinion and belief .that a great
ictory wns awaiting the old party at
tho polls in November.
A happy opportunity or situation
lends itself to tho Republican party
at this moment in tho fact that a decid
ed nuil almost unanimous return to the
ranks has nlreudy 'been made. Also in
tho fact that there is complete harmony
in tho party and that the threo rccep
tivo candidates, A.'J. Pennington, II. (1.
Ireland and William II. Harrison, arc
all looked upon as winners nnd com
pleto confidence ami enthusiastic sup
port will bo placed in tho mtfa r(hogpn.
. An adjournment for dinner wns made
at 12:30. Tho meeting was again call
ed together nt 2 o'clock but nothing
further was voted and final adjourn
ment was soon made.
A complete list of those present and
tho couMties they represented and
vouched for is as follows:
USMH - liU THarket etreet,
The girt graduate the June
bride the summer girl will be
proud of i thoir daintiness as ox
pressed In a photographic por
trait mado by us.
Export posing and lighting en
able us to produce portraits of
morlt pictures that please. Make
an appointment today.
The Photographer In Your, Town.
Iloyd J. W. Bums, J. T. Dlotcrlch,
and W. h. Pay no.
Carter II. G. Ireland, (I. W. E. Wool
ford and O. F. Cooper.
Bracken W. 0. Motcalfo, II. C. Mot
calfo, II. C. Norris, and A. 0. Moore.
Harrison I. N. Monson.
Rowan J. W. Black.
Flomlng F. S. Bryant, J. D. Hormon,
A. 1). Story, W. W. Ross nnd William II.
Montgomery Watter Harper.
Mastf.i William D. Cochran, Clar
enco Mathews and Harry Purncll.
Lewis G. W. Lykons, C L. Tuirtiliin.
.1. T. Strothcis, T. M. Bowman, W T.
rftone, Harry Nash and Murk O. Wil
Ohio State League.
Ironton at Lexington.
Charleston at Portsmouth.
HuMtingtou at Chillicotlie.
Paris at Maysville. i
Ohio Stato League.
Lexington, 0; 1 ronton, It.
MaysUlle, 7; Paris, 4.
Chilllcotho, 2; Huntington, 4.
Poitsmouth 7; Charleston, 1.
City Amateur League.
Fourth Ward, 7; Third Ward, i.
Fifth Ward, i; Second Ward, 4.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ironton . .
City Amateur League.
Fourth Ward 1 0
Fifth Ward 1 0
Third Ward 0 1
Second Ward 0 X
Gauge, C feet, falling.
Boats GrcenlnMd up early this morn
ing for Pomoroy; "Courier from Cincin
nati at wharf this morning; and Green
Tho Grecnlnnd, at tho wharf early
this morning had on board Physicians
and SurgeoYis who are holding mi an
uuiil meeting on the hteaiher. Tho.v
will ipako a round trip to Cincinnati on
Capt. William Irwin, of ho steaniei
La Salle, formerly tho Steel City, wa't
married in Cinc'Mnati last week. He aim
his brido who was Miss Rose Hnckhouse
of Cincinnati, will take their honey
moon trip on the La Hallo when the boat
makes its first trip from La S.ille, HI.
to New Orleans.
Tlio promoters of the Pittsburgh t
S Paul trip, now being made by the
steamer Joo Fowler, are so pleased with
tho success of tho trip that they are
planning to have tho steamer inako n
similar trip later In tho seastM. If tin
stago of tho river permits tho trip again
will be mado from Plttshurg to St.
Paul; If not tho start will bo made from
FAIR AND SLIGHTLY WARMER
TODAY AND THURSDAY.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quot
tions on country produce, telephoned t
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Eggs loss off 17c
Spring chickens weighing
1 lbs. and over 30c
Old roosters Oc
Live Stock, .
Cincinnati, Juno 10. Hog receipts
2,800; market steady; packers and
butchors, $8,15S.23; .common to choice
$5.G07.40; pigs and lights, $0.008.1O.
Oattlo receipt 200; market quiet, calves
active, $5,5Q10.00. Shoop roe.olpts
0,100 market steady; lambs slow, $0.fS0
s Grain, , , t -
Wheat easy, 9,'5!)dc.V,colM, 7fljtfS
T9.l..rn A.i.. ilAlllfv.. '.V - v. n r
i tuj tnim.mii
ia.isv."L.-it.-.,iar.i j:via "ii.".i" "? wo. ijji,i .' "y n
jti f-7 . rv lurni mill i iriiif ririi f iir t run ti nr nurui m "! riwr n i
It On Paris Sonford
11 Notter Rojolns i
MnysviU'o took tho first game of tho
series from Paris yesterday by the scoro
of 7 to 4 In an interesting nnd well play
Sanford did slab work for tho locals
and wns invinciblo after tho third hi
nlng when threo runs wero scored oH
Hanna worked for tho visitors and
was touched up frequently and timely.
Ills support was also very bad. llobbs,
a last year's playor, who rejoined tho
team yesterday had threo errors at sec
ond out of six chances.
Johnny Ncttcr rotuiMcd from Cincin
nati and replaced Badel in right field.
Ho had a splendid day at bat, getting
threo hits out of threo times nt bat, one
walk and a snerifico fly which, scored a
Tho box scoro follows:
PARIS AB It II PO A E
SchafTcr, If 5 1 1 2 TJ 0
Thompson, lb 5 I 2 i 1 0
Ifobbs, 21 4 1 1 0 .1 :i
Francisco, c 1 0 25 2 1
Dnubort, ss 1 1 0 2 2 1
Utrecht, cf 4 0 : 1 '0 0
Sherman, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Shrimper, !lb 4 0 0 3 0 0
Hanna, p a 0 0 1 4 1
Cefoula l' 0 0 0 0 0
TOTALS a."i 4 0 24 12 0
MAYSVILLE AB R II PO A E
Notter, rf 3 1 3 2 0 0
Chapman, lb 3 0 1 0 1 1
Emery, ss 3 0' 2 0,2 0
Curtis, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 0
DcAiovnn, cf 4 I i 1 0 0
Dietrich, 2b 4 2 0 2 1 0
Ellis, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Gohr, c 4 2 3 12 (1 0
Sanford, p 1 1 1 0 1 0
TOTALS 33 7 11 27 7 1
Score ly liAiings:
Innings 12 345078 9
Paris 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 01
Maysville 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 x .
Summary: Sacrifico hits Daubert,
Chapman, 2, Curtis. Sacrifice flys Not
ter. Stolen bases FrancNco, Chapman.
Base on balls OIT Banna, 3; oil' San
ford, 2. Struck out By Hanna, 1; 1
Sanford, 11. Left on bases Paris, 7;
Maysville, 0. First baso on errors
Paris, 1; Maysville, 0. Time 1 :.".).
T ? ! J II I f J J I
J. RIGHT OFF THE BAT.
j j I. ! II ! I I ! I i
was given his re
Gohr, Emery, Netter and Utrecht led
in the hitting honors yesterday.
Doc Crowe will piteh for 'Maysvim
today and Hart will probably work fin
Paris. Go out and givo Crowe a good
Yesterday's gamo was the first one
won on Ladies' Day by tho locals thi
season. It took Ed Sanford to break
Paris plays here again today. Game
culled nt 3:15 o'clock. Come out i.'.id
help the boys make it two straight from
Paris, the team that in tho old Blui
Grass League used to have our goat.
Tho team had more life and ginger
yesterday than Usual and they looked
more aggre.ssivo than they have in a
long while. What Maysville needs is
iliout two more good pitchers and a
good firsth.isemaM, and Chnpmau should
bo back in left.
NOTES ON CITY AMATEUR
Tho next games to bo played in this
league will bo Friday at 10 a. in.
Tho Fifth and Second Wards played
nt tho Ball Park. Liuuio umpired.
Thu Fourth nnd Third Wards played
at llunter Bottoms. Umpiro being Dr.
Batteries In Yesterday's Games.
Fourth Ward Toinlluson, Feltus and
Third Ward Donovnn, Lytlo nf.id
Fifth Ward Hamilton and Davis.
Second Ward Ennis, Royco nnd
JAMES ROBINSON ,
Former Prominent Maysvlllo Business
Man Died at Florenco, Ala.
Mr. James P. Robinson n native oi
Masca County, and a former well-known
Mnysvillo business man, passed hwai
Tuesday aftornoon about 2 o'clock, aft
er a lingering illness of stomach trouble
in his sixty-ninth yoar.
Mr. Robinson was in tho milling busi
ness In Maysvlllo for years. Ho mar
ried Miss Douglass Klcfor, a slater of
tho lato Mrs. Ohas. G. Dobyns, both
having passed nway.
Deceased leaves one pon, Mr. James
F, Robinson, and ono daughter, Mies
The romalna will arrivo horo tomor
row, Thursday, morning nt 0:20 o'clock
over tho C. & O. and will bT taken di
rect to tho Mnysvillo Comotory foi
lltlrinl. Itav. II. L. Benn. rinntnr nf llif
jOlntrnlfProsbytcHaU Church, wlHThavt,
... .i li' V X.,i .' J .AiV
irsi ' o vr. i?f '-? ' r ,. .jfc...r.ii-f
lf-- -Li' tie ' (-. -ji- hjii" w n. . Tr i -at I m
Our Colored Citizens,
Tho Queen Esther Clrclo of Scott iM
E. Church will meet nt "Silver Grove
Park", East Fourth street, Wednesday
at 7:30 p. m. All members and friends
requested to bo present.
Tho Civic Improvement Club will
elect ofilcors nftcr tho above mooting.
Rev. L. M. Hngood will deliver on ad
dress. Subject, "'What, Wo Can Do."
MRS. M. PATTON, Prcstdont.
MISS B. MORTON, Secrctnry.
Having bocM sick for moro than a
year with bronchial troublo, Mrs. Bessio
Strawdcr Davis, wifo of tho lato Lo
nndcr Davis, passed away this morn
ing nt 1:25 o'clock at her homo.
Sho was tho only dnughtor of Georgo
and Laura Strawder. Her husband pro
ceded her to tho grave two years ago
and her father six years ago.
Bessio wns nn intelligent and indus
trious yoUng woman. Sho graduated
from the high school of this city ntod
was later employed twieo as teacher in
the same school.
Notlco of the funeral arrangements
will be given later.
Deuftie Cannot br Curwl,
inert portion ot the ear. There U only one way to
dki. Detttneis licauiedby an luflamed condl
tlonof the muooiw lining of the Eustachian tube.
When this tubal! Inflamed you have a tumbling
(-loied.iWfneii lithe result, ami uuleaitheln
lUrutui tlfiu can be taken out and thli tube re
itorec to Iti normal condition, hearing will Ik
leatroyedtorever; nlnecaietoutof tenarcauaed
byCatarrah.whlchti notblngbut an lnflaiuiaed
oondltlonof the muoous lurfucei.
We will give One Uuudred Uollartforanyoaie
ofdeafneu(oauied by catarrh,) that cannot he
oured by Uall'i Catarrh Cure. Send f ornlroularr
free. F. J. CHENKY A CO.. Toledo, O
Sold by Dtuftintt,"bt.
Take HrII'i Karall y IMIUfnr nonitlpat Ion.
FA s riMF
"THE LEXINGTON RACES"
To be shown in pictures. If you or your
frioids attended tho races you will
seo yourself in tho picture.
In addition to this featuro wo will
show Philip Smalley and Louis
DOROTHY DAVENPORT IN
BARBARA TENNANT IN
5 BIG REELS FOR 5c.
Cold Boiled Ham.
Minced Cooked Ham.
Underwood Devil Ham.
Baked Beans and Tomato Sauce.
Boiled Crab Meat.
J. G. CABLISH
WANTED Good cook. Apply at Mrs.
Alico Payne, 127 West Second street.
WANTED BOARDERS For tho hot
summer mouths on tho Ball farm,
4 'a miles smith of Maysville. Write
or phono Mrs. W. S. Antoll, R. F. D.
No. a. ll-12t
FOR SALE A'.i extra good work Iforse,
Ohio River Lumber Co.
FOR SALE Fino Upright pinuo, Mar
tin make, cheap for cash. Call or
phono. 0. E. Meams, 1022 Forest
FOR SALE Horse, cart and harness.
Horso fivo years old. Apply to Gil
bert Telle, 927 Forest Ave. j9-tf
FOR RENT A erii.ijre, on Houston
nc'iiue, in good ro1air. Possession
at once, (.'nil on or phone James S.
Dawson, Lousion avenue. ' 15-0t
FOR' RENT Nico f.unished rooms
with bath. Apply at 214 Limestone
street. .Mrs. W. L. Carter. 5-tf
OB REN'T-Flat of 4 rooms, newly
palmed and painted, gas and bath.
Apply at 30 W. Front street. m221mo
PIGEONS pay dollars whoro chickens
pay cents; small capital needed;
siuall spaco requirod; always pcunod
, up; ready markets; sond for May is
sno of our Journal; fully explained
thore; prlco ten conts. Reliable Squab
Journal, Versailles, Mo. ju3-m
LOST Dlblo History. Roport enrd in
same with name, Johu Prances
O'Donuoll. Pluaso return to (his of'
LOST Monday night on Third stroot
nearPlum, plain Aoh) bracelet Ho
..'i-f- rSaiurJ l?i'.A..i ". i..
H THE GREAT JUNE SALES ARE
ON AT HOEFLIOH'S.
Tho tli'splny of wash goods Tias never been equal
led in Maysville any season and we can please ev
ery, taste iiiidcvery purse. Seo the Crepes, "Voiles,
Mulls, Ratines, etc, etc., at 12 l-2c, 15c; 19c and
J, 25c; worth from 17c to 45c a yard.
Laces of surpassing beauty, so cheap tbat you
will be sure-to-buy wide laces and embroideries
' that will make handsome dresses. Very much re
duced in price.
Ribbons in endless variety for Sashes, Girdles,
etc. Our ribbons at 25c a yard arc wonderfully
cheap and pretty.
Every new novelty can be found here just as
soon as it is shown in New York.
Curtain gdods at 10 cents a yard a never equal
Get our prices on the rug you need, large assort
ment, etit prices, exclusive patterns.
July fashions are here.
By starting a savings account with this Trust Company with
ONE DOLLAR and depositing one dollar each week, ihe follow
ing 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.,
, MAYSVILLE, KY.
Things Electrical and Year
How delightful is the magic of eledlricity, especially
now'bringing coolness and contentment on rultry summer
days. It takes work right from ones hands and performs
household tasks through the medium ot Eledrical appliances.
Nothipg original in the name Ele&ric 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 in the even
With their many fans a-whizzing, you will be more
attracted and just as interested if you stopped inside, as
you are cordially invited to
At the outset we want
thusiastic co-operation in working ror a better and brighter
Maysville Gas Co.
3? f JMWWMMTtfcKWWFWS
We Will Help
Come in and let us fit you up in
one of our Hart Scbaffher &
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 our merchandise convince you
J. WESLEY LEE,
THE GOOD CLOTHES WAN,
J " M"
11th $ 675.35
to thank them fur their en
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