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THE HAtlVttJJE ftTfetio LJti)GEt-PAd FOUX. ft, Ml U lis HARREON & SQH warn Well, Boys September 15 saw the end of the Straw Hat Season. Now is the time to get your Felt Hat We have an up-to-date stock of the very latest styles. We will be glad to have you come in and look them over. I Geo. H. Frank & Co, Maygville's Foremost Clothiers. PREPARATIONS BEING 3IADE FOR MURDER CASE, Witnesses In the case of the Com monwealth vs. Eddings, indicted for wilful murder, which Is set for trial on Wednesday In the Mason Circuit Court, have been summoned and other arrangements for the re-trial of this famous case arc being made. Mrs Belva Schumaker, widow of the mur dered man, who now lives in Lexing ton, has arrived here with her chil dren to be present at the trial. POULTRY RIBBON'S ARE ON DISPLAY. A banner ten by three feet hung on the wall at the Farm Bureau office is covered with ribbons won by the fowls of the Mason County Poultry Associa tion at the fairs this season. This large display of ribbons is attracting much attention. A'o nurt tolhtr with HovtM mr grain. SinIt retitUr fur nact htatt wholt homt. Burnt any mil cmd list of it. J. T. MARTIN & SON, . io a No. J67 Xg;.ujjjj .. V m'V ' '1MB I I sSJiyZZZA' l "lira Ji l Quality, Style and Economy The three things most wanted in Boys' Clothes. You get them all here in HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES AS GOOD AS FATHER'S. The boys will need new clothes for school; a long summer vaca tion filled with fun uses up the old clothes pretty fast We're in a position to do a real service for the boys as well as their parents. We have the best SHOOL CLOTHES for boys that are made; they are all wool, they're BtylLh, they wear eo long and wel they save money. School Shoes, School Gaps, -Shirts, Etc. Squires-Brady Co. Second and Market Streets HOME OF HART BCHAITNER & MARX CLOTHES. MISS BUTCHER LEADS IN FIRST COUNT OF VOTES American Legion's Popularity Contest Is Growing In Interest Dally Candidates are Well Bunched. The first count of the votes in the American Legion's popularity contest was held this afternoon at the Mays- ville Water Company's office In West Second street ft the presence of John Murphy, Hugh C. Power, Henry E. Pogue, W. H. Cole and a representa tive of the carnival company. Miss Bernlce Butcher Is leading In the first count with 812 votes to her credit while close behind here quite a number of other -popular young ladles are closely grouped. In the future the vote will be counted and announced each day. Interest In the contest Is growing steadily as the candidates are nearlng the post. This afternoon's re sult follows: Bernlce Butcher, 812 votes; Mar guerite Pogue, 746 votes; Bona Fitz gerald, 728; Beulah Ginn, 723; Vir ginia Watklns, 714; Georgia Horn, back, 621; Anna Belle Hall, 619; Jew. ell Allison, 615; Merlval Willson, 620; Louise Hunslcker, 410; Bess Bell, 405; Rla Ross, 402; Elizabeth Stacey, 402; Addle Boyd, 302; Margaret Smith. 287; Gertrude Downey, 262; Mary Hord French, 232. The Len Kidder farm containing 230 acres, formerly owned by the late C. B. Pearce, located about 1 miles from Bradyville, Adams county, Ohio, Vill be sold at public sale on Thursday, September 23rd. GOING TO CINCINNATI. Mr Sam McNutt, salesman at the Maysvillo Suit and Dry Goods Com pany, has resigned to accept a similar position with "The Big Store" in Cin cinnati. Mr. McNutt's leaving Mays- vllle will moan another vacancy in City Council from the Fourth ward PlenfuofHeaW THE Williamson Pipeless Furnace with a single register sends gener ous warmth coursing all through your home. It saves the bother of stoves and grates and consumes less fuel. Burns bard or loft coal, coke or wood. The WILLIAMSON PIPELESS FURNACE bai solved the heating question on the farm. It can be installed in old or new homei with out tearing up the floors and walla for pipe and flues. It goes into the cellar but does not heat it all the heat goes up through the register there's no waste. The Williamson Plpeless Furnace hat proved wonderful In hundreds ol (arm homes. It is well-built and the strong Williauison guaraotec foes with it. Come in and see oae. Plumbing and Heating No. 129 West Second Street Y i Marguerite Clark !" The Idol the Screen BIG CROWDS HEAR SPEAKERS IN EAST ERMKENTUCKY Mrs. South, Mr. Ernst and Congress. man Robslon Address Large Crowds at l'lneville and BurboumlUe. Pinevllle, Ky., Sept. 22. In spite of the counter attraction of the Bible Chautauqua In session here, a large audience last night greeted three not ed speakers at the first local Repub lican rally of the campaign. Mrs... Christine Bradley South, daughter of the late Senator William O. Bradley; Richard Ernst, -Republican nominee for United States sena tor, and Congressman J. M. Robslon were accorded ovations and each of them delivered addresses that found hearty response.- County Attorney Moss presided and Introduced Mrs. W. T. Davis, wife of the Circuit Judge in this district, who in turn presented Mrs. South. Mrs. South's presence here was un expected. She arrived but a short time before the meeting opened. She deliv ered a brief but most eloquent talk, in which she made an urgent appeal to the women of Eastern Kentucky to perform the patriotic duty of voting. She declared that upon the votes of the women depends the result in Ken tucky and that if they avail themselves of the right of the suffrage so long fought for, the old Bluegrass state will return an overwhelming majority for Harding and Ernst. She warned the mothers, especlall ,of the grave dan gers involved in the League of Na tions as it stands, telling them that its adoption without reservations might mean the sacrifice of their sons In wars into which the United States would be forced, and which the nation could not be concerned. She referred to Mr. Ernst as one of the men who had the courage to espouse the cause, of women in their fight for the elec tive franchise, when such a stand was everywhere deemed the shortest route to political elimination. County Attorney Reed Patterson In troduced Mr. Ernst, saying In part: "Under the provisions of the league tho United States will, in the future, be represented in the assembly by not more than three representatives and at meetings of tho council by one rep resentative. The council Is the great executive body of the league. When war is to be declnred by the council, war which may Involve the lives of thousands of our citizens and billions from our treasury, who shall speak for the United States? Are we willing to give power and authority to any one man, no matter bow learned or patri otic he might be, to take that step whicfi shall plunge our country into war and which may endanger our standing as at nation? Shall that power be given to any one man or to any three men, no matter who they may be? Yet, such are the provisions of the League of Nations." PRAYER MEETING TONIGHT. Regular mid-week prayer service will be held at the First Baptist church thiB evening at 7 o'clock, led by the pastor, Rev. John A. Davis. A study of the book of Acts is being made at these mid-week serices which is proving very interesting. The public is cordially invited. LOCAL MERCHANT BCIS WINCHESTER STORE. Mr. John Fansler of the Ryder Paint Store ,has purchased the entire stock of the Royal Paint and Wall Paper store at Winchester and this stock will be moved to Maysvllle at once. A fine lot of wall paper, paints, and the like, is included i nthe lareg stock. TRAFFJC LAW MODIFIED. Mayor Thomas M. Russell this after noon announced a modification of the city traffic law permitting parked automobiles between the hours of 6 p. m. and midnight, to burn their lights. ARCH DILLON MADE J SARDIS POSTMASTER. Mr. Arch Dillon, well known Sardls merchant, has beep appointed post master of Sardls, vice H. Q. Dye, re signed. Mr. Dillon received notice qf his appointment today. VICTIM IN WRECK GETS 1800 JUDGMENT. Mr. 8. N, Bradford, well known local barber, was given judgment for $800 In his suit against Mrs. Laura Farrow and her bod, by a Jury In the Mason Circuit Court this afternoon. Mr. Brad ford suffered a broken leg In a wreck between a motor cycle In which he waa riding and an automobile driven by Mr. Farrow. dood iponguit aro becoming scarce in the watum of Tunis. AT OPERA HOUSE COLORED CITIZENS. All members of the Household of Ruth will give a party Friday evening at 6:30. All members are urged to be present. IRENE BRECKINRIDGE, Sec. There will be a dance, September 24, at the Dreamland. This is the opening date for the dancing school. Two new dances will be Introduced by Prof. Holts. All those wishing to learn these dances should be, present. 23-2t For Immediate sale. Standard size, upright piano. Cheap, if sold at once. Call at No. 604 West Second street to day. 23Sept2t There are 12,000,000 negroes In the United States. Money bsok without question If HUNT'S Salve Mis In ths treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA. RINGWORM, TETTER or other Itching skin diseases. Try a 75 ecnt boa at our risk. At M. A. Swift. Drug Store. COFFEE The Best that money can buy. The Coffee market is broke. I will sell 50 cent Coffee for 35 cents a pound; 40 cent Coffee at 20 cents a pound, and give one pound free with ten. These Coffees are roasted fresh every week. Tyr one pound. If not satisfied I will re fund your money. AH Kinds of Groceries have dropped in price. I will fol low the tide. Call and see for yourself. LEE WILLIAMS Dr. W. E. Hord REMOVED OFFICE TO 219 SUTTON STREET (Formerly Occupied By Dr. Coopffr and Dr. Howard.) Oilice 'Phone 147 Residence 'Phone 28 OFFICE HOURS: 8 to 10 a. m. 1 to 3 p. in. 7 to 8 p. ni. Sundays 9 to 10 a. m. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All items under this head 1 cent a word. Minimum charge 10 cent. WANTED WANTED Good white woman to Cook at County Infirmary. Will pay extra good wages. Apply to H. H. Rosser. 13Sept6t. WANTED A second hand automatic sewing machine. Leave word at the Ledger office. 20Augtf FOB RENT FOR RENT Four room house on Fleming pike. See C. R. Storer. 21Sept3t FOR RENT Flat, apply to Mrs. George Shipley, No. S03 East Sac- ond street. 21Sept-tf FOR SALE Bath Tub and Automatic Sewing Machine. Both in excellent Condition. Apply at Ledger Office. 14Sept6t. FOR SALE Four lots, east of Amer ican Tobacco waiehouse. C. 8. Dale, 1206 W. Springfield avenue, Urbana, 111 8Sept-tf LOST LOST Diamond set in double headed eagle off Scottish-rito ring. Llboral reward paid If left at Ledged Oilice. 19Augtf FOUND FOUND Lady's Brown Leather pock etbook. Can be had at .Ledger c fflce by paying charges. s Famous Mill From the lest Jersey Herd in Northeastern Kentucky. All Cows Tested. Wholesale and Retail FRED GAULISH Exctusivi Dialer for tki City it Miysvllli PHONE 546 W Seddon CIIICINNATIJARKETS Thursday, September 23. Cattle 800, slow and weak; Heif ers, dull; Bulls, strong; Calves $18.50. Hogs 2500, steadvffl Heavy S17 $17.50; Mixed, , Medium and Light, $17.75; Pigs, il4; Roughs, $14.50; Stags, $11.00. Sheep 2000, strong; Lambs, $6 to $1450. Prof. George B. Barnard, new direc tor of the Maysvllle Boys' Band, ar rived here this afternoon with his wife. They will make their permanent, home In Maysvllle and the band will begin work at once. GEO. P. LAMBERT Chiropractor O'Keefs Building, MarketQStreet. MAYSVILLE KY. Lady Assistant. Thone 602-R, intes HAVE TOUR EYES EXAMINED FITTED BY GEO. C. D E Y I N E Optometrist and Optician. O'Keefe BuHdlng, Market Street, , Upstairs Over DeNnzIe. Selling GOOD FOOD IS A HABIT WITH US NOW SELLING SPRING VEGE TABLES Spring Onions Green Beana Butter Beans Cabbage Radishes Greens Lettuce Tomatoes"" AND GOOD FRESH BUTTERMILK Home Made Pies Peach Cobbler T7 J 1 Model RESTAURANT JAMES FROST, Jr. FRANK ROOSTER HAUCKE YES Canning Season is Here And if you arc looking for Mason jars, in any sizes, Mason jar caps, jar rubbers, sealing wax, or para- wax, We can supply you at the minimum price. If you are in neeu of any of the above mentioned articles, favor us with a call. W. I. NAUMAN & BRO. "THE HOME OP GOOD EATS" 117-119 W. Second St. Phone 619 No Advance in Prices Ladles' Suits Dry Cleaued and Pressed $1.25 Ladles' Dresses Dry Cleaned and Pressed $Lii Ladles' Waists Dry Cleaned and Tressed .50 Ladles' Skirts Dry Cleaned and Preyed .50 Ladles' Lung Coats Dry Cleaned and Pressed $1.25 Gents' Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 1.25 Gents' Overcoats Dry Cleaned and Pressed L25 Gent's Trousers Dry Cleaned and Pressed .60 Gents' Coats Dry Cleaned and Tressed 75 Coats rellned $3.10 Ladles' Suits Tressed M Gents' Suits Pressed 50 , AH winter garments stored free of charg-e, FRENCH DRY. CLEANERS MRS. CARRIE DUtKEZE, Proprietress. Tomorrow At Gem and Opera House Anita Stewartig shepherdess- Miss Ella Reynolds suffered a brok- en arm and several sprains when she fell at West Second and Sutton streets late Wednesday afternoon. Pastime Today A BIG DOUBLE SHOW TODAY!! Goldwyn presents OWEN MOORE and HEDDA NOVA in1 Rex Beach's thrilling mystery play "The Crimson Gardenia" This newest Rex Reach stnrv t rftTlcnirPa in Vow Hainan a n 4-tia - - J vswwjfStvu AM AVVVT wiivauo au iu height of the Mnrdi Grits. Snrmnrtinor Huron Maava o-nA UaAAo Waxm U " J J includes such players as Sydney wm oievens. uan you soive me mystery or ine crimson uardenia? Do you know who murdered Emil Le Due? Who were the masked and hooded men who hunted and haunted Roland Van Dam? ADDED ATTRACTION TODAY. An entertaining as well as an instructive feature "GO GET HER" or "Electricity, the modern way of farming." ADMISSION 15 and 25 CENTS. iCASH THE MODERN SYSTEM & PURE FOODS FOR YOUR FALL CANNING ' PEACHES DAMSON PLUMS BARTLETT PEARS 0 No use to quote you prices, as the market is very active, ;.) and canning fruit scarce. i$ FINE GRANULATED SUGAR, :; Mavsville Tea, Coffee & Spice Co.; Distributors. PURE FOOD STORE 0 202 MARKET STREET PHONE 656. mmmmmmmmmm Federal's tK FOR SATURDAY CREAM PUFFS. OLD FASHIONED CINNAMON COOKIES MACCAROONS LAYER AND ROUND CAKES COCOANUT SUGAR CINNAMON FINGER AND POCKETBOOK ROLLS WE CAN'T BAKE ALL OF THE BREAD, SO WE BAKE ONLY THE BEST. 3? Federal System of dakeries; East Third Street Vacant Cottage For Sale "T FOUR ROOM VACANT COTTAGE WITH WATER AND GAS, LOCATED IN GOOD PART OF SIXTH WARD, THIS COTTAGE IS IN FIRST-CLASS CONDITION IN EVERY WAY. i OWNER HAS MOVED AWAY, AND THE PROPERTY IS PRICED TO SELL. Sherman Am WILL SELL THE EARTH. SQUARE DUAL NUUARK No. 8 East ieoond Itrot. j Ernest Barry, who recently regained ! the world's sculling championship for i England, has decided to retire on hla i laurels. - w t'Awwv VA AAVUUlt fclVf tl Ainsworth, Tully Marshall and Ed- CARRY! OF MERCHANDISING LOW PRICES pound 18o I NEXT DOOR SWIFT DRUG STORE Specials! and Market Street if . MAYIVILLE, KY.