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FULL LINE of Palm Beaches, Mo hairs, Flannels, Kool Kloths and other Hot here whenever you are. Prices $6.50 to $15. Panama and Milan Straw Hats $3 to $5. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mayiville o Foremost Clothiera HERE AND THERE I yia kan IrlenJi tlsliim jou. of II yi in frikt Imh trot ool . Ih.l ((feci. Mr. Banks Durrett was a business visitor in Cincinnati yesterday. Mrs. Oscar Hord of the county was a shopper In this city yesterday. Mr. J. ft. Muse of East Third street spent the day yesterday in Cincin nati. Miss Carrie Goodwin of Forest avenue is visiting relatives and friends in Kern leaf. Miss Phyllis Jenkeu of Cincinnati is the giK-st of Miss Jane Blake of East Second street. Mr. Thomas J. Knight of UMilsville ic visiting his sister, Mrs. W. H Tattl bee of East Second street. Misses Julia and Koeberta Slovens of Commerce street are visiting rela tives in Huntington, W. Va. Miss Minnie Jolly of East Second street Is spending a week in the coun ty visiting relatives and friends. Miss Evelyn Smith of East Second street left yesterday on a Bhort visit with friends in and around Clncin nati. Mrs. C. L. Wood of West Front street left yesterday on a trip to Lake Chautauqua, N. Y., and other Eastern points. Mrs. Lizzie Farrow and daughter, Miss Laura, of Walnut street, arc spending the week with relatives in the county. Miss Daisey Whitton has returned to her home in Murion, Ind., after a short visit with MiBses Edna and Uol dle Shlwell of Sutton street. Mr. Harry Powell returned to his home in Houstonville, Ky., yesterday after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Porter of West Fourth street. Prof, and Mrs. J. A. Kaywood of Cincinnati passed through this city yesterday en route to Helena where they will visit relatives and friends. Hon. Ellsworth Kegenstein of New port, formerly the superintendent of the Maysvllle Public Schools, was a business visitor in this city yester day. Mr. Walter Raike of Logan, W. Ya . passed through this city Monday en route to Louisville. While here he was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. M. Literal of Wall street. Mr. and Mrs. J. Barbour Itiissell and eon, J. Barbour, Jr., of East Third street left this morning for Battle Creek, Mich., where Mrs Ruaaell will enter a sanitarium for one month for her health. OUR SHIRT SALE it proving a succewful as our Shoe Sale. Shirts, like good shoes, are get ting higher. If you hive not bought Shirts at our prices you had better do so at once. Our Shirt prices: $1.00 SHIRTS NOW $ .85 $1.50 SHIRTS NOW $1.15 $2.00 SHIRTS NOW $1.35 $3.00 SHIRTS NOW $2.00 $4.00 SHIRTS NOW $3.00 $5.00 SHIRTS NOW $3.50 Again we say buy Shirts and Sr-oes from the SQUIRES-BRADY CO. SUCCESSORS TO J. WESLEY LEE Jbi ma wgflj" nVi W 1 11 "Af rV'" "A irV "iflr irV"- irl il flr M THIRTY FIFW ANNUAL MEETING CAM H H l OVER I M'II. I III Its HAY The case of Jesse Lyles cnarged with anglecocking a train at South Ripley on July Fourth will be tried In Police Court Thursday. Some of the witnesses for the prosecution were not able to be present today, when the trial was to have been held. Detective Stewart of the C. ft O claims to have a clear case against Lyles and if he is convicted he will probably get several years In the penitentiary, as the sudden augle cc'klng of a train will generally wreck It. hbH K IXPKCTEO THE LAST OF THIN WEEK The brick for the down town streets, were ordered from the Carlisle Company several days ago, are Lii 11, HrrivM in,- uur hi rmu week. The contractors will begin the be li king on Monday it the brick ar rive end aspect to finish the work ea tlr.ly by the first week In August (Continued from first page ) manner In which he had managed the grand lodge affairs during the past year. He showed the Order in the State to be in a most prosperous and flourishing condition, both financially and fraternally. A splendid compliment was paid by him to his associate officers. He very warmly commended the good work that is being done by the Household of Rath, Hoy Scouts and Patriarchies and urged the members of the Grand Lodge to support and encourage these bodies. Some excellent recommendations were made relative to the improve ment of the Endowment, to comply with the Fraternal Laws of Kentucky He also recommended that all loca secretaries and treasurers be required to furnish suitable bonds. The Grand Medical Register was recommended to be placed upon the Kxerutive Board The entire address was a business like and practical one, demonstrating the fitness of the Grand Master for the exalted position he now holds and in sures his reindorsement for another term, by the Grand I.odge. The ad dress of the Grand Master was refer red to the Committee on Grand Mas ter's Address. Deputy Grand Master, C. W. Fran els, made a short and helpful address to the members along an advisory line. The said report was approved by the Grand Lodge. Grand Secre tary, Prof. George W. Saffell, Jr., made his report of the Grand Lodge and En dowment Departments. A splendid showing was made of the financial management of the Order, in the State during the past twelve months. His statement was well arranged in skill ful and business like manner, an ex hibited very clearly the dealings with various lodges of the State, along financial lines. He reported 94 per cent of the lodges in the State as loy al to the Endowment Department. New lodges were reported as having been set up at Gentian), Clay, Smith Mills and Jamestown, since the last Grand Lodge meeting. The Grand Lodge was reported worth from all sources to date In En dowment, $10,190.97 and Grand Lodge Department, $196.19. The Grand Secretary recommended several improvements in the Endow ment Law. He also recommended that the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows ap point a suitable committee to co-operate with suitable committees from the other prominent orders in the State to Institute a State Financial Home for indigent Members, Widows and Orphans of the same. The said re port was referred to the Committee ou Accounts and Auditing. The Grand Treasurer, Thomas L Ilrooks. read a most excellently ar ranged report of his office during the past year, which like that of the Grand Secretary's showed a splendid condition of the Order in the State. Mr. 'Brooks like Prof. Saffell enjoys the fullest confidence of the Grand Lodge for their faithfulness and hon esty, which Insures their reindorse ment by the Grand lxdge. The said report was also referred to the Com mittee on Auditing and Accounts. Dr B. F. Jones, Grand Medical Register, made a report of bis official work and recommended some needed changes In the Health Department of the Grand Lodge. He reported 396 applicants and JS reject kins since the last grand lodge meeting. HI report was refer red to the Insurance Committee Grand Attorney, L ft. Dlggs, made a short and well wVltten report of his department, stating that no litigation had beeu necessary In the handling of the Grandlxdge's affairs, during the ar much to the credit of the He spoke favorably of the Frunterual Benefit Law as passed by the recent legislature of Kentucky. His report was accepted. Grand Director John D. Fltts made a splendid report from the mountain section of the State. He showed that he has been a live wire In the Order and is capable of handling higher honors if given him. His report was sent to the Committee on Grand Mas ter's Address. The Grand Master ap pointed the following committee on Greetings lo the Grand Household of Kuth, I. H. Dlggs, F. B. Hawkins, Wm. Hi Knight. Wm. H. Mayo, Sr., and Geo W. Saffell, Jr. It whs agreed that the Order of Day, on Wednesday morning, after (he divine services shall be the election of officers for the ensuing year. The Grand Uulge then adjourn ed Its business meeting until Wednes day morning at 10 o'clock. The Grand Household of Ruth was in session also at the Odd Fellows Hall. The meeting was presided over with grace and dignity by Mrs. Mary L. Brooks. Most Noble Governor, with Mrs. Daisy M. Saffell at the Recorder's desk. Splendid reports were made by the officers, showing an increasing growth of the financial department and the endowment of this body. This body is composed of the most Intelli M'lit and business like women in the Order in this State. They reflect much credit upon the race. Exhibition Brill and Hum- Ball at Park An exhibition drill was given at the Ball Park by the Patriarchies under Col. J. W. Bowles. It was very fine. A large crowd attended. Baseball was played between Maysvllle and Bowling Green teams resulting In fa vor of Bowling Green In a score of 11 lo t There will be another drill and hall game at the park this after noon at 4 o'clock. A public welcome wus extended to the various bodies in session by rep resentatlve citizens at the Opera House, as per the program printed in yesterday's paper. Hon. E. W. Lane presided with dignity and grace and Introduced each person. Judge Rice represented the county; Mayor Lee sent a letter of welcome. The other addresses were classic and interesting The music was superb and places Maysvllle high up in the musical cir cles of the State. A large crowd was present and pre sented a most charming spectacle. LOCH. IT MAI HAKKKT OPENS The local wheat market opened here yesterday when J. C. Everett ft Co., local seed and grain dealers paid the high price of $1.10 per bushel for a croi of 1500 bushels belonging to Mr. Shelby Rlatterman of the county. This Is one of the highest prices paid at the opening of the season iu this city for sonio time. Right now the farmers are having excellent weather for the wheat har vest and the smoke of many thrashers can be seen. The crop yield this year is small but the quality of the wheat is above the ordinary. The farmers have raised a great amount of wheat his year as foodstuffs are at a very high price. CM II RRAMJEMKM COM fl ITS BASEBALL RESULTS HIKES TODAY National League iew York at Cincinnati Boston at Pittsburg. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis. American League Detroit at Washington. Cleveland at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia Chicago at Boston. YESTEHDAY'S KESI I.TS National League Philadelphia 2; Chicago 1 Boston 2; Pittsburg :i. Brooklyn f; St. Louis 4. New York 8; Cincinnati 4. American League Chlcagc 3-1: Boston 5-3. St. I .mil.. Ml Philadelphia 3-3. Cleveland 2-4; New York 8-2. Detroit 4-1; Washington .1-2. Local Druggist Talks We hnve now procured a preparation v hlch we can recommend to all our ft lends as being a splendid remedy for ell forms of stomach and bowel trou lie. Indigestion, bloating. Blck head ache, heartburn, etc., and those suffer ing from betng "sick at the stomach." Natol Pineapple Pepsin Compound is sold on a positive guarantee of satis faction or monye back. It is made from fresh pineapple juice and pure scale pepsin. Wo ask every man and woman in Maysvllle and the surround ing country who has stomach trouble of any kind to call and examine this splendid medicine. J. Jas. Wood & Son. July Clearance Sale All Summer Goods at cut prices. Special Sport Skirtings at 25c a yard. Always sold for 35c. Laces and Trimmings at reduced prices. Robert L. Hnsflich 211 and 213 Market Street : 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" DA 1 PilOMS 00. SMWHT i'ilO.W :t:t,. The IkssSi Store STAMINAS National League Philadelphia 1 New York . . 1 PitUtmri' 34 St. Louis . . . Cincinnati 31 Won Lost Pet. .43 27 .614 .39 3ti .565 .36 30 .545 .33 35 .486 .34 37 .479 .36 41) .474 .34 43 .442 .31 44 .413 American League A telegram received by President Tom Kussell of the local club this r orn'i.g states that the league l i'l be imposed of the following clube.TA composed of following clubs Maysvllle, Portsmouth, Lexington and Chllll- cothe. Maysvllle will open Thursday at ChiMlcothe and will play four guinea there. The schedule will ar rive here Wednesday. KOKNEK SI PEKINTENDENT HEltE Mr. L. T. Qrahani of Chicago was m this city yesterday aud visited the dam just above the city. Mr Uruhaui was ili superintendent of the work last year and made many friends while lu this city. He was succeeded by Mr. Richard Armstrong. Won. Lost Pet. New York 44 30 .695 Cleveland 43 32 .tr3 Chicago 41 33 .554 Boston 40 35 .633 Washington 33 35 .627 Detroit 39 37 .613 St. Louis 32 43 .427 Philadelphia ....18 51 .261 A LIBIN M ASTKKI'IKCE "The (Julf Between", a Lubin mas terpiece Is the headliner in picture plays to be projected at the Pastime today. "Freddy V Hamlet", a Vita graph comedy and "Nooze Pictorial" a Kartoon comedy, completes au ex cellent program. Special for tomor row Kathlyn Williams in "The Devil, the Servant and the Man." It. I'. 0. ELKS MLETIXJ Regular meeting of the B. P. O Klks this evening at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance desired. DR. J. A. DODSON, E. R. W. R. SMITH, Secretary. Several Maysvllle people attended the funeral of Mrs. C. C. Degman, held at Bethany Church near Sprlngdale this morning. M A YSVILLE PKODI'CE MARKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING word. Minimum charge 10 cents. All Items under this head M cent a forJUnt. FOR RENT Cottage on Casto street w ith gas. Apply to Ed Breeze. JU-3 I'OK It EXT Flat, corner Second and Commerce. Downey Sisters, ,16-lwk FDR RENT Flat with bath. See Oeo II. Trnxel, St. Charles Motel llldg. Wanted. WANTED- to buy a small Roll Top Desk. PfaOM 259 W. WANTED Copies of the Ledger dated Jan. It; Feb. 28; March 12 and 25. Please bring to this office. tf SUMMERGOODS Of Every Kind When in need of Picnic Plates, Paper Napkins, Lunch Sets, Icy-Hot Bottles, Fans and many other suggestions for outings come to II Rim maystflle's Popular Book Store. 229 market IK llUAll stmt, mavspille, Kv. 6. Dietrich, Prop. Aost. LOST Wrist watch on car line. Re ward If returned to Mrs. F. O. Hun sicker. lost Oold CM BatUrf engraved with the letter R. return to this of flee. J10-3t LOST Automobile pump between Mc Namar Bakery and Ball Park. Re turn to Clyde McNamar. J6-tf Following are this morning's quota tions on country produce, telephoned at 9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester 'roduco Company i Eggs, t loss off) 17c Butter 17c Roosters 6c Hens 12c 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 MtmF TRADE MARK Ta-Bea Td-Becl 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. YOl'B EVE SIGHT Are you letting your eyes care for themselves when they should have glasses? If you are having eye trou ble pay us a visit we will give you' honest advice. Ilavo us duplicate your broken lenses. Br. U. Krthn Cincinnati, eu Mouda) Br. (leersje Bevlue, Ever; Bay. Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe Building. Stockholders' Meeting PASTIME TODAY A meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Mays- v Tile, National Banking Association, is hereby called to con vene on the 31st day of July, 1916, between the hours of 9 and 11 a. m., at the banking offices, for the purpose of taking action by said shareholders in the matter of trans- "THE GULF BETWEEN' a Lubin Masterpiece ferrring the assets of said bank to an incorporated banking Institution under the State Laws of Kentucky, and the as- "FREDDY VS. HAMLET, " Vitagraph Comedy sumption by said institution of the liabilities to the depos itors and otner creditors ot tne Bank ot maysviue, National Banking Association, and for the appointing of a liquidating agent, and for the transaction of such business as may be brought before said meeting. "NOOZ PICTORIAL," Kartoon Komedy TOMORROW KATHLYN WILLIAMS IN THE DEVIL THE SERVANT AND THE MAN." Triangle Presents BESSIE BARRISCALE in "THE GREEN SWAMP" Also, FRED MACE in a 2-Reel Triangle-Keystone Comedy, "LOVE WILL CONQUER"