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. . Summer Comfort Suits If every man knew what hp enuld aave hy buying horr, very few men would bnv eluewhore. And the way to know ia to make comparisons. We welcome them invite you to make them. We have the very UKST values in Men 'a and Youiik Men 'a Summer (lothinc. Full line of Palm Henrhes, Cool Cloth and Tropical Worttedl t $6.60 to $15.00. Geo. H. Frank & Go. Mayiville's Foremost Olothieri HERE AND THERE If yt bi fritoJt Tlillfotf you, or II yu ar Jolnf on k 'lit. pleat irop ut not o thai tftKl. Viz. Mlas Kiliiii Oalbralth or MoitIh. la visiting relatives here. Ky Miss Hlanche lea of Bracken count. Ib visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cavendish wore visitors In Cincinnati yesterday. Mr. W. W. Judy of Paris, Ky., was a business visitor in this city yester day. Miss Thelma Oroninger left Friday morning; on a visit to relatlvea In Ohio, Mr. E. T. Lee of this city left Thurs day to spend several days in Ixinls 'vllle. Mr. Varlin Busby of Lebanon, Ind.. la visiting Miss Julia Muse of Kast Third street. Mr. Arthur Mirks left this morning on a short visit with friends in Mt. Sterling, Ky. Miss Katie Mm Bauer of West Third street is visiting relatives and friends In Brooksvllle. Mrs. Jennie Clark of West Third atreet left yeBterday for Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mr. Kvan Davidson has returned home after a few days' visit with rela tives in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bush of Flem- Ingsburg attended the Chautauqua here Thursday night. ... Mr. Nace Boyer has returned to this after spending a week with his par ents in Lansing, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Merz of the Kirk left yesterday on a visit with rel atives In Philadelphia. Miss Ora Shelton of East Second atreet will spend the week end with relatives in Tolesboro. Miss Blanche Ualbraith of Bridge vllle. Bracken county, is visiting rela tives and friends here. Miss Amanda Goodwin of Forest avenue is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cal Haughaboo of Fernleaf. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Davidson have returned home after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. Kobert Davis, ot Cincinnati. I'NCLE SUM PLANS EMBAKUO TO KEEP I V It OS MI XTIONS rji njin..fjL i Vl y " V " if tf "V" V " V " V " "if Y" " " Squires-Brady Co.'s July Shirt Sale Begins Today If there is a time that a man needa Whirls it ia during the warm days, lo buy Shirta. Kvery Shirt in our houae.rednoed all ailka included. These i handisc. No seconds. Our July prices Men. we are poing to give you Ihe opportunity from our rejnilnt stock. All clean cut mor- $1.00 SHIRTS NOW 85c; THREE FOR $2.50 $1.50 SHIRTS NOW $1.15; THREE FOR $ 3.40 $2.00 SHIRTS NOW $1.36; THREE FOR $4.00 $3.00 SHIRTS NOW $2.00; THREE FOR $ 5.75 $4.00 SHIRTS NOW $3.00; THREE FOR $ 8.75 $5.00 SHIRTS NOW $3.60; THREE FOR $10.00 PAY US A VISIT. SHIRT TALK WILL BE THE ISSUE. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. SQUIRES-BRADY SUCCESSORS TO J. WESLEY LEE CO. fca" h'vV1 utJlf nA-w00pm& JI' ' Ar MAYSVILLE'S CHURCHES Uhere Kelhrlons Exercises Will Held on the Sabbath. lie 1 1 1 1 1 11 -M-H-H H-I-H-H To insure insertion all matter 4 for this column must be Rent in J not later than II o'clock on Fri m day. !-H-H t-rrrr T'rTTTT'r Church u the Nathit). Sunday School !::t(i a Morning service 10:48 All seats free at St rancors welcome. J. II F1ELDIXH m. a. m. all services Pastor titixtolic Holines Church. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. i Preaching Saturday 7:45 p. in. Sunday School 1:41 a. ni. Preaching 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 ni. WAIIKKN I'OSKV. Pastor. Jas. B fi:45 Washington, July 7 Recommenda tion that an embargo be placed on munitions of war to any other than the recognized governments In the var loua Latin-American countries being considered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The government, it is stated, looks with favor on such an embargo as a desirable means of preventing insur gent elements In the nations of Cen tral and South America from obtain ing arms and ammunition with whicb to stir up disorders. Under the terms of such an emciarga the established authorities would be permitted to Import munitions from this country under special exemptions. Tbla would give the I'nlted States ex act knowledge of who was to receive the arms. Officials state they believe the Latin-American countries would favor such action, inasmuch as It would tend to stabilize the rule of the uominnant parties and bring about greater tranquility generally. Legislation by Congress would be re quired to authorize the President to lay the proposed embargo. PBOVIKVr BIPLKY LAM PIES Central Presbyterian Church. Sundav School !:30 a. m Wood, Superintendent. Preaching service 10:45 a. m. Christian Kndeavor Society at p. m. Kveryone invited. No evening ser vice on account of the union service H. KERtt TAYLOR, Pastor St. Patrick Church. Cntil differently announced, the ser- voces during the vacation period will accord with this schedule: Sunday: First mass at 8 a. m. Sec ond mass at 10 a. in. Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m Week Days: Masses at 6 3o and 8 a. in. Second !. K. Church, South. Second .11. I . Church, South. Preaching Ihe first and second Sun- daB i neach month at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Third Sunday at Concord. Fourth Sunday at Dover. Sunday School at !t:30 a. in., W Stickley, Superintendent. Kpworth League at 6:45 p. m. K. L. WILLIAMS, Pastor. I ii -t Prettbytcrlan Church. Preaching by pastor at 10:45 a. m. The communion of the lord's Sup per at 11 a. m. No evening service on account of the union service at the Christian Church. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Christian Kndeavor at 0:45 p. ni. All cordially invited. J. BARUOl'K. Pastor. Mr. W. D. Young died at her home in Ripley Thursday night after a long Illness The funeral was held yester day afternoon. Mrs. Young was well known In Maysville and has many friends here. 4 4" 'I ! SO I It h TO 01 K ADYKHTIB- 016 PATBON8. AH changes for advertls- 4 menu Ml' ST be In this office 4 bf o'clock the day before 4 4 their insertion, and for Mon- 4" 4 dny's paper must bo In by 4 4 o'clock on Saturday 4 4 4- I hint Streel M. K. Church. Church service with sermon by the pastor ut' 10:45 a. m. In the evening we will joinn In the union service at the Christian Church. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m, I. M. l.anc, Superintendent. Kpworth League devotional service al 6:45 p. in. led by Mr. Franklin Slye N'e cordially Invite the public to worship with us. Strangers welcome J. M. LITERAL. Pastor Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Sun day School picnic next week. B. Y. P. V. at 6:30 p. m. The pastor will be here three more Sundays, so he will espncially appreciate your prensece. II II WILHOYTK, Pastor hrWtisn Church. Church services at 10:45 a. m. The morning sermon theme iB "The Fore most Topic of Our Day." The mem bership and friends of the church are urged to hear this address. The Cnlon Services will be held in this church at 7:30 p. ni. We hope for a large attendance. The Bible School will meet at 9:30. The teachers desire to have all their scholars in attendance. Those not having contributed to the Foreign Mission Fund may do so at this time. Kndeavor service at 6:30. This wllf be consecration meeting. There will be special music at the church ser vices. The public Is cordially Invited to attend. A. F. STAHL. Pastor. REVENUE MEASURE Defended Ky Democrat Before the St Republicans Answer At tack Ky Say ilia It Is a Con stnietDe Preparedness Hill. BASEBALL RESULTS tlAMKS TODAY National League Philadelphia at St. Louis Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at Pittsburg American League St. Louis at Washington. Chicago at New York. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Boston. Mrs. John Barbour and daughter, Elizabeth, Ml yesterday for New York, for an extended visit to Mr. Phillips Barbour. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING word. Minimum charge 10 cents. All Items under this head cent Saturday at HoefricrTs 5 CENTS BUYS Choice of a lot of (roods, yon can use them, and save on your purchase. 10 CENTS BUYS Mulls, Lawns, Crepes, Klaxons, Ac, worth up to 20 cents a yard. 26 CENTS BUYS Silk Poplins always sold ut M cents a yard. Silk and Cotton Dress floods always sold at !VV and fiftp yard. Heavy Skirtings worth 2!)e to 3fc a yard. Short lengths of Silks at greatly reduced price. Knough for Waists, Skirts. Suits and children wear. The best, most stylish Roods at cut prices. We have the scarce Silk Cloves at 50c and $1.00 pair. Ribbons, Laces and Trimmings that will please you. Underwear and Hosiery stocks are very complete. Robert L. HmfLich 21i and 213 Market Street : For Jala. Washington. July 7 The administra tion's revenue bill ran the gauntlet tor a free for all politicui debate in the House today, Republicans declaring the admitted need for more revenue an evidence of Democratic blundering and extravagance and Democrats defending the bill as a constructive preparedness measure Representative London, the Socialist, attacked both the old par ties, but announced he would support Um revenue measure. Mote than a score of represents tives took pwrt in the desultory cross fire of campaign arguments which oc cupied most of the day. Represen tative Collier, of Missippi, in a re- Mew of the Democratic administra tion, declared it hud enacted more con structive legislation in four years Ihuii the Republican party did in forty. General Debate l.nds Today YK'STKKDAY' RESI I.TS National League Boston 0; Chicago 1. Philadelphia I: St. Louis 2. New York 2; Pittsburg 5. Brooklyn 4; Cincinnati I, American League Chicago 3; New York 4. Detroit Philadelphia I. St. Louis B; Washington 0. Cleveland 1; Boston 2. STAJJDINOS .National League Won. Ixist Brooklyn 40 26 Philadelphia 36 29 Boston 33 29 Chicago 36 36 New York 31 34 Pittsburg 32 36 St Louis 33 40 Cincinnati 29 41 American League Won. Ixist New York 43 27 Cleveland 40 31 Boston 39 31 Chicago 37 32 Washington 37 34 Detroit 37 36 St Louis 31 41 Philadelphia 17 49 FOR SALK Fresh Jersey cow regis tered, with Heifer calf. Apply lo Mrs. W II. Means, 209 W. Second street. , J8-3t FOR SALK CI ray Mare. Apply James Yalentine, Plumville, or Pickett Yalentlne. 838 Knst Second street. Phono 599. for Rent. Pet, .615 .554 1 532 .5001 .447! .4711 .452 .411 Pet. .614 .56:: .557 .536 .521 .507 .431 .258 FOR RENT Flat, corner Second and Commerce. Downey Sisters J6-lwk FOR RANT Utilise, apply to Miss l-ally, Lindsay street, or Leonard & Lally, Market street. Phone 285. J5-lwk. FOR RENT Flat with bath. See Geo , 11. Traxel. St. Charles Hotel Bldg. Wanted. rwANnro to wo Desk. Phone 259 W WANTED- Copies of the ledger dated Jan. 18; Feb. 28; March II and 25. Please bring to this office. tt all Roll Top Speaking of Soda Jerkers We Shore Are There. For Drinks To Tickle the Palate Just Come To the CHEN0WETH DRUG CO. (INCORPORATED) "The Original Milk Shakers" I A V PHOK 900. MtJIlT I' HUM Mf. The Store SUMMERGOODS Of Every Kind When in need of Picnic Plates, Paper Napkins, Lunch Sets, Icy-Hot Bottles, Fans and many other suggestions for outings corn to lift Rimo roavsville s Popular Book Siore. 229 market IK Willi street, mavwille, Kv. & . Dietrich. Prop. fep Wanted. Ill Cl.i l S ( AMPMEETISO ' Campmceting services will begin July 27th, and run till Augunt 6th, ii- iclu8ive, covering two Sundays. Two new superintendents, Rev. K. R. Over- l lral M I . Church, Mouth. Hunduy School at 9:30. Preaching at 10:45 by the paator. Our services are not loug, and the church Is cool and very comfortable; ao we urge the membership to try and be regular in atteudunce. The Kpworth league will meet at 6:45. Evening aerviee dismissed for the Cnlon Service at the Christian Church, at 7 :iu Wll.l, B CAMPBEI.I.. PuaU)t First Haptist Church, The pastor will preach at l it 46 a m and 7:30 p. ni. "At the Front or The Raae," will be the unique even lug message; here the pastor aaks and answers the tjueattou, who will get the greater reward, the soldiers, who reully light In Mexico or those who simply guard the baggage; Ev ery church member will find profit in 11.11 Late todav It was decided to extend ; ley and W. H. Davenport, of the Cov- general debate on the bill, which was luKton and Ashland Dlstricta, will be to have closed tonight, to 1:30 p. m tomorrow. Then voting on amend' on tits will begin and a final vote will be reached some time Monday under a special rule. The measure Is de signed to produce an adltional C197, ooo.oiio next year from Incomes, inher itance and munition tuxes. Preliminary steps toward considera tion of the measure in the Senate were taken today by the Senate Fin- nance Committee. Chairman Simmons appointed sub-committees to consider special divisions of the bill. Hearings are not contemplated, but mav be neld If requests are presented. Repuhllcuii Kfforts Fail An effort by Republican Senators to secure an agreement by which action on the government shipping bill would be postponed until the next session of Congress failed today when aamin istration Senators announced that the measure would be pressed regardless of threats of a filibuster. Senators Simmons, Fletcher and Reed, members of the Commerce Committee, which has the measure In hand, conferred with President Wilson today after a meeting of the commit tee at which Republican members were told plainly that It would be Im possible to redraft the bill to Ma) he approval of the minority. In formal conferences held later be tween champions of the measure and Democrats inclined to oppose it re sulted In assurances that a common ground for agreement could be reach ed, and it was to inform the President of this development that tbe special committee went to the White House The President told his visitors he wus much pleased at the prospect. HOW I MM FINISHED Portsmouth finished 123 points ahead of the l.cxinKton Colts in the flrat half. Portsmoufh won exactly three-fourtha of ita games, the team winning 46 and losing 15 the first hair. The club'a p. i ceutage is 750 Lexington la sec ond with a percentage of 627, the team winning 37 and losing 22 gamea. Ma.vsrllle by a fine finish ended the first half In the third slot, Charleston was fourth, Frankfort Qfth and Hunt ington brought up the rear. KIKK IT MCIHTA Augusta. Ky., July 7 Boys burning paper set tire to some outbuildings conuocted with J. A. Cnuiuaalg'a con fectionery, injuring the place badly .lilt .1 I . . 11 I ! I.ll I ll 1 IJH in charge. President Ezra T. Franklin of Union College haa been secured for the first Sunday and the evangelistic services; Rev. A. W. Hamilton of Olive Hill, for the Young Peoples' meetings, and It is expected to have one of the bishops for the last Sunday. Final ar rangements and the letting of privi leges will be made on July Fourth when the Board meets. The demand for cottages is great. If you desire to attend, see or write or phone Mr, I. M. Lane, president of the Board, 716 E. Second atreet. Maysville, Ky. Phone No. 608. Try a want ad In The Ledger's clas- alfied column. It will bring results. OUR COLORED CITIZENS Mrs. Irene Giles of West Fourth street left Monday morning for Chl cugo where she will join her husband They will probably be gone all summer. DISTRIBUTORS WANTKD: Qood pay. Distribute Free samples. Tack Signs, etc Send stamp. New York DIs ttibutiiiii Co., Fifth avenue. New Vark, N. Y. jy5 lw Aost. LOST A child's Panama hat in Chau tauqua tent. Return to this office or leave at the car barn. J7-3t LOST Automobile pump betwee n Mc .Vainar Oakery and Ball Park Bay ... ,!.".. I.. , , V , i, Mini ici , c cu- .ccc.amai . .ie-tf Miss Edna Lee of Paris, Ky., ia the accompanied guest of Mrs. Amelia Beatty on Lexington Pike during the week of tho Grand Lodge. MAYSVILLE I'HODI'CE MARKET SPENCER PROPERTY This property is located on West end of Riverview Ter race. Consists of modern 4 room bungalow and several splendid building lots. This will make a splendid invest ment as the price is right. Sherman Arn "Will Sell the Earth" Phone 663. 0'Keefe Building mm Following are this morning's quota tions on country produce, telephoned at 9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Produce Company. Eggs (loss off) 17c Butter 17c Rooatera 6c Hens 12c f YOIK EVE SIGHT Are you letting your eyea care for themselves when they should have glasses? If you are having eye trou ble pay us a lsit we will give you honest advice. Have us duplicate your broken lenses. Dr. B. halm of CluctnnaU, on Muudays Br. Geeifje Betlue, Every Day. Optometrista and Opticians. O'Keefe Building. JpBJBV TRADE MAPI TarBea ! : Td:Bed economizes space, saves housework, is simple and sanitary. The Table conceals a completely made Bed ready to sleep in. Requires no wall space. Two household necessities in one. FOUND ONLY AT BRISBOIS, The Furniture Man : 42 West Second Street. Satisfaction Guaranteed. S Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Mays ville, National Banking Association, is hereby called to con- P A STITVTE TCITI A "V vcne on lhe 3Isl day of ,uly' ,916, between ihc hours of cA.UJ -A- XAT JL UUXaV JL Q mil I I a m at fhp h-jnkinn nttlmc ftr th, nurnocn ,J unu saw , HI llll 1HimilIg uiuiia, IVM till III i ' 1 1 .1 1, Ml Selig Offers "A SOCIAL DECmiON.r",! " Wmm' """" l" pWIBllU 1 """"'8 An Unusual Dramatic Offering institution under the State Laws of Kentucky, and the as sumption by said institution of the liabilities to the depos itors and other creditors of the Bank of Maysville, National Helen Holmes in "THE HUMAN TELE GRAM," Sensational Railroad Feature; Banking Association, and for the appointing of a liquidating agent, and for the transaction of such business as may be ti 1 1 ' i us 1 1 oirm m c . i agiiiii dim iui nil. uaiidduiu I Hh HIGH SIGN, Some Comedy brought before said meeting. DE WOLF HOPPER in "Don Quixote"