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JSJKfch 5 II .. '.MO f em a. ! ' i. -. Kjv' Mm i'''v HRiSr ? fifCTIJCiSiLElDGER Jk WiKj . .y. OP.SH.1W. JTf or antl Owner. SIkjBmR!Nr1 X. jKOTnmfa The aongblrdaaro the aweeteat y WBX I , SEffMft" sThe thoroughbreds the fleetest j. I "WfwSEpr to MouoUIbs tower proudest, jji' xT jF aStr"1,- Thunder peale the loudeat, $SS. J "K 'IF'' ' The landscape Is the grandest, Ocwv k'V And polltlos the damndest XNNX N "" fc Jfo - Aady Madden also Ran. V ,fl a ' Martial law continues at Constantinople. A s, O' ; The French poatal strike ia no longer con Hvl tJ4ared aeriona. oHu . jHSf ( Trunk lines will cat passenger rates from jHRfiJ .CWcago June 1st. 'HHfeiuiThe last troops hare been withdrawn from BSPR")foot Lake, Tenn. HffiK; Jefferson Davis' name has been restored 'on the famous Cabin John Bridge near Wash- Wo told yon so. Recently, in a little edito rial, The Pubuo Ledger stated that Ken lucky journalism would sit up and take notice when Editors Beckham and Watterson began to stick pens into each other. The expected has happened, and the ex-Governor has led off with a solar plexus punch that will awake Harsa Henri from his spring reverie. Mr. Beckham writes a Bcathing editorial devoted to The Courier-Journal's stand on the Prohibition question and the oasting of McNutt at Louis ville. It was a stinger. But just wait for Marae Henri's fUreback. Fortune Telling Does not take into consideration the Bfftb ingtoa City. jRptjBiiBjfy - an's happiness womanly health. The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune. For without health iove loses its lustre and gold is but dross. Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This Prescription has, lor over UO years, been carina delicate, weak, palwwracked women, by the hundreds of thousands and this too in the privacy of their homes without their havlnj to submit to lndcll' cate questionings and offensively rcpu& Bant examinations. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce bv letter free. All correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense' Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition 1000 pages, answers in Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR NEW BUGGY ? If not, we will be glad to show you over our stock. A few of our lines: Courtland, Woodhull, Kaufman, Watertowi an d Troy. Old Buggies Traded in for New Ones ! Or repaired at our new carriage shop on Sutton st. Call and see us. KirkaKirk Cor. Second and Sutton Streets. MAYSVILLE, KY. Love I9 s For Spot Gash Only. My special offers of last week brought such satisfactory results that I hayo .concluded to give my customers and the public generally another chance 'to get in on these extraordinary bargains. The special eut prices on Canned Goods will continue during this week, and don't forget that this Includes 2 cans best Tomatoes IS cents Scans Pridoof Bloomington Corn 15 cents 2 cans best Pio Peaches .15 cents 2 caas best Apples 15 cents 2 cans beat Blackberries 15 cents 2cana VanOarnp's Krant , ' : 15 cents 2 cans beat String Beans ISccnta 1 ch Extra Standard California Sliced Peaches 17 oents 1 caa Extra Standard California Apricots 17 cents Also, ? 1 barrel Perfection' Flour 1 bHtiel choice Northern grown Potatoes.s Sl.SO XgftllOHlfdSt Navy Beans ..,.80jecnta ' packages Br. Price's Breakfast Food 25 cents rl cs very best Asparagus Tips 25 ceata 1 earn Gilt ESge Pitted Cherries .r.... v.. 22 cents U.'. Asd more to como. so just come tfMh special and extraordinary bargains. m . B. LOYEL, THLEPHONE ti. The weather: Showers Saturday and Sunday. Twenty-seven roads first week in May show gross increase of 12.09?. Thero was a lively time yesterday in the U. S. Senate over the Tariff. J. J. Hill, the railway magnate, declares that prosperity is dawning. Richard T. Owen, an old Confederate, fell and killed himself at Shelbyville. At Lexington, George Glover, colored, re cently married, went raving crazy. United States Steel earnings current year not expected to fall below $100,000,000. Next corn crop may yield 3.250,000,000 bushels in view of largely increased acreage. Near Hansford, on the Kanawha river, two girls were drowned by drifting ekifl going over Dam No. 4. Night riders have commenced their depreda tions in Crittenden county by scraping plant beds, and there is no clew as to the guilty parties. one essential to wom jQterpnse Specials .57.00 right alone everybodyf&nd'set z shsro The Leading Grocer amamsss m Samtmmmms. Wholesale Rctal. A series of tornado! la Kansas, Mteeoori and Oklahoma late yesterday killed at least five and injured fifty-five, devastated one town, wrecked a train and did great damago to prop, erty. SWIU UELNHN8T1NE. Mr. Sbelman Swim and Miss Ada Helphin stino of Fleming county were married in the ladies' waiting parlor at the First National Bank yesterday afternoon, Rev. B. F. Chatham of the First M. B. Church, South, officiating. CASEY UNVILLE. Mr. John Will Casey, aged 46, and Mrs. Loula Linville, aged 3G, of Bridgeville, Bracken county, were married tn the parlor of the Montgomery Homo in Wost Second street yes. terday afternoon, Rev. Roger Clark officiat ing. They left this morning by way of Ports mouth for their fnture home in Rarden, Pike county, Ohio. J. 0. Y IT WAS A FINE DAY FOR PLANTING TURNIPSEED And the next day it didn't enowl J. 0. Y., which, in plain United States spells "Jessie Oridge Yancey," formerly teacher in District No. 1, Maysville City Schools, who yesterday won the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Schools of Mason county, de feating George H. Turnipseed, her only op ponent, by 385 (?) votes in the redhot Primary election. Miss Yancey's nomination is equivalent to election on November 2d, as it would be un gallant for the Republicans to put a candidate a mere man in the field to oppose her, and we do not think they should nominate a woman. It would make things too interesting. Mies Yancey is a modest, intelligent and most worthy yonng lady, a native of this county, and a daughter of our townsman, Mr. W, II. Yancey. She has a splendid record as a teacher, and that she will fill the office of County Superintendent with grace, tact and ability no one need hazard a doubt. The Public Ledger takes off its hat to her and wishes ber unanimous success, and wel comes the advent of a real lady in the arena of Mason county politics, as it may purify things, especially Democratic things. She is, or will be, the first woman to hold a county electivo office and her entrance may pave the way for others of the fair sex to en joy a season of success and the emoluments which go with all political prizes. PIMPLES "1 tried all klndi of blood remedlei which fIUd to do mo any good but 1 hare fonnd the rlcht thine at Int. Mr face mi fv'l of pimples and black, headi. After taking O acafeta they all left, lam continuing the una r them and rncnmrnAnilirii, them to my friends, i feel fine when 1 rise n the moraine. 'Hope to have a chance to recommend Catcaiets.1 FredC. Wltten,76 Elm St., Kewark.N. J. Best For r dr ineuoweis CANDY CATHARTIC Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good. Do Oood, NeTer Sicken, Weaken orOrlpo, lOcSSc.Wc.Nerer old In bulk. The cennlne tablet stamped COO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. J93 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Sinnouncemmts. Announcements for city office, S3; count offt cei,ti; ttateofflcei,3l0. C'ath inadcance. cur. l8KitOIl. We are authorized to announce W, M. DAUGII ERTY a candidate for re-election to the ofllce of City Aisetkor at the November eleotlon, 1909. We am authorized to nnnounos MARTIN 0, I1IERLKV bi a candidate for City Attestor at the. November election, 1BW. C1TT CLEItK. We are authorized to announce WILLIAM J. KF.RWIN as a candidate for the ofllce of City Clerk at the November election, 1909. cnur or roucc. We are authorized to announce JOHN T. SHORT at a candidate lor Chief of Policed the City of Mayivllle at the November election, 1909. We are authorized to announce HARRY A. ORT at a candidate for re-election to the ofllce of Chief of Police of the City of Mayivllle at the No- ltmoiT eiecucn, i.jj. Wa are authorized to announce JOHN URAD Tffinn aa a candidate for Chief of t'olleo of the CttyofMayiville at the eniutng November elec tion. MATOIU Wa art authorized to announce THOMAS M. RUSSELL ai a oandldate for Mayor of the City of Mayivllle at the November eleotlon, 1909. Wa are authorized to announce J. WESLEY LEE aa a candidate fcr Mayor of the City of Mayivlll at the November election, 15C9, We are authorized to announce U, W. CROW ELL ai a candidate for Mayor of the City of MavaTllle at the enmlng November election, 1999, roLrce jcdox. We are authorized to announce JOHN L. WHITAKEK 4 a (MdMafe for re-election to tin oince of roltee Jut of tfce CHy of KayitlllJ at the NoTtber elMea, MM). Why Syrup Pepsin is Free For more years probably than the age of the person reading this, Dr. W. B. Caldwell, of Monticello, 111., has practiced medicine, and the one thing that forced itself on his mind was the Argent need of the human body for something that would scien tifically regulate the digestive or gans the stomach, liver and bowels. Thcso years of study developed Dr. Caldwcll'a Syrup Popsln, now recognized ns the national safeguard of health In thousands of good American homes. For twenty years It haB been gaining friends, for it la today, as It always has been, the best laxative tonlo for women, children and old folks, for theso especially need a gentle, safe laxative tonic that Is suro in results and does not gripe. It Is because the doctor has watched its f;ood work for all these years and bolleves n the merit of his remedy that he offers to send n freo trial bottle at his own ex pense to anyono who writes him. You have simply to send your name and ad dress. On the strength of what theso freo trial bottles hnve done and thou sands havo been given awny Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin is today more widely used than any other American remedy for constipation, liver trouble, flatulency, biliousness, Indigestion, sour stomach, dyspepsia, heartburn and similar disor ders of the stomach, liver and bowels. It can be obtained of any druggist at GO cents and $1 a bottle, and a bottle will do you a hundred times the amount of good it costs you. People like Mrs. M. L. Graves, 832 Oak wood ave., Toledo, 0 O. B. Houseton, Besslmer, Ala., William Redd, Goodman, Miss., once sent for a free test bottle and now have their cntiro family using it as needed. 1 , . .,. , , , , ,i. . ., .i . , , . . wmmm- mn m If there Is anything about your ailment that you don't understand, or if you want any medical advice, write to the doctor, nnd he will answer you fully. There is no charge for this scrvico The address is Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, 607 Caldwell bldg., Monticello, 111. Sold By J. J. Wood & Son, Druggists Manefield Qaroldson, one of the Jurors who convicted six night ridors to be hanged, com mitted suicide at Union City, Tenn. The Union League of Christian Endeavor had a splendid meeting last evening at the Baptist Church. The attendance was good and the addresses were exceptionally fine. On account of the enforced absence of Prof. Bradner, Rev. R. L. Clark filled his place on tbo program. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church carried off the banner, they having 28 out of a membership of 32 present. The Executive Committee of the Union will meet Monday evening at 6:30 at Miss Wells' millinery store. "PROTECT THE BIRDS" Author of Article By No Means a "Nature Faker," Mr. Duloy A NATURE FAKIR. The Maysville Ledger baa a fictitious write-up under the head of "Protect The Birds," ia which a young man from Park Lake, Flem ing county, la represented as saying that his slater Nannie said, "The prettiest hat at Park Lake last Sunday was trimmed with redbird wings." The nature fakir who wrote that lot of gushwaa no doubt under the impreaslon that Park Lake was a fashionable watering-place where everybody congregated on Sunday for a millinery show. The fact is the whole thing was a fake and the Audubon Society la not benefited by such silly rot. Flemingsburg Times-Democrat. The Ledger takes pleasure in assuring Editor Duley that tbo article was written by a gifted lady correspondent of this county who knows the territory of Fleming well, and by no means would credit that county with having a "fashionable watering-place." "Such silly rot" may not please the Editor of The Times-Democrat, bat in the instance re ferred to it proved the value of speaking for a good cause when the occasion came. a BASEBALL NEWS. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Xalional League. Cincinnati?, Itoston 4. Pittsburgh 0, Philadelphia 2. llrooklyn 10, St. Loula 4. Chicago 0, New York 0. American League. St. Louis S, Washington i. American Association. Minneapolis 8, Loulsvllla 0. Knniaa City 2, Columbus 0. Milwaukee 2, Toledo 5, Indianapolis fl, St. Paul!, . I STANDING OF CLTJ1IS. t Rational League. Clubt, Won. Lo$t. Plttaburgh. 15 0 Philadelphia 12 0 Chicago It 13 lloston 11 11 llrooklyn 11 11 Cincinnati 13 14 New York 9 13 St. Loula .... 10 IT .025 .571 .638 .500 .600 .481 .428 .370 American Ltcsve. Detroit 1 18 Boston IS New York .......... 12 Philadelphia 10 Chicago ., ..... , 11 Cleveland 0 St. Loula. ,. 7 Washington..... , 0 .727 .018 .671 .520 .600 ,4U0 ,333 .800 AmerlcaniAiiocladon. Milwaukee .. 10 8 Louisville' ... 18 11 Indlaaapolla .,........... IS 13 HUBWpolU..".'...."- ' 1. Ifuaatinitv r"Sll. ' . iii ,., w.AVSH!W 'w 'I".. .066 ft .693 W .571 L m m 4M a 4M jQ BjiHHMf lMt JfcaawiPy 9j t4aWf i nr m Go to the New York Store! A rv Beautiful Present Now arrivals In our Millinery Department. IOO Pattern Ilata in by today's express from Now York. Popular stylos. Dlaok and colore. Scothem. Price $2.40 to $4.08. Great valnce. Mexican'- and Ladles' IteaCly-to-Wcar in great variety. Prices 25oup to $1.08. SPECIALS IN DItESB SILK-Slllc lias advanced, but wo sell you a guaranteed yard-wide Taffeta Silk, in black tnd colors, at -O80; would bo cheap at $1.30. Poplins, tlto now fabrlo for Princess Suits, all colors, prlco 35o. CAUPETS, MATTINGS and HUGS. See the Flowered jhicrain Carpet at 25c, worth 30c. Fino Japancso MattiiiRS, 20 o yard. All-wool flllinfr Carpets, 05o, cheap at OOo. Hues, 40o, 08o. Velvet Hues, $1,25. Moro Iloorn-Bize Hags, SO. 75. Smith's best make. SHOES liacllcs' and Children's Shoes in great variety. La dles' Patent Leather Illuohcro, all sizes, 08o. Ladies' Patent Colt Pumps. $1.75, worth $2.08. Misses' Strap Pump8,$1.25,worth $2, SPECIAL Fino Dress Gingham, 5o a yard. New York Store. S. STRAUS, Proprietor. ThaStato Convention of the Y. P. S. C. E. Is in session at Nlcholasville. Roy K. Dudley recently made the 17-mile run from Flemingsburg to Uaysvllle on his motor-cycle ia 30 minutes. The Aberdeen Council has rented the ground under the river bank from the lower grade to the Eastern limits of the town, securing $30 therefor. The K. S. P. Missionary Society of the Central Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. Chas. B. Holateln Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT Tnke LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets Druggists retund money Kit t Alia to cure E. V, GROVE'S signature la on each box. 36c. COUNTRY l'KODBOE Today'sQuotatlons By E. L. Manches ter, Keystone Commercial Co. Frlcesak.seotedateo'olookthla morning Hem, $ B lSKo Turkeys, $) ft Ho Gutter, per B ..........,...,............ 13o Egga.perdoien. ....... ....... 18c 100 Betrnrd, SI 00. The readers ot this paper will bo pleated to lea'n tbnt there la at leaat one dreaded disease that science baa been able to cure In all lta atagei, and that la Catarrh. Hall's Oatarrn Cure la tbe only positive oute now known to tbe medical fraternity, Catarrh being a constitutional dlaeaae, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure li taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood ana mucoua aurfacea ot the ayatem, tboreby de atroylng the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient atrength by building up the constitu tion and assisting nature In doing lta work. The proprietors have to muoh inlth In lta ouratlve povrera that they offer One Hundred Dollaia tot any case that It falls tooure. Sendforllttof tei tlmonlala. Addreaa F.J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall'aFamlly Plllaf or constipation. Slaughter Sale 1 OF Wallpaper Freo dernonstnttiou Stains and Floor lumen two days only, - Friday and Saturday, May ! 4 & 15 J 200,000 Rolls of Wallpaper to bo sold at Carload of 10c and 12o patterns to be closed out regardless of cost. No old stock; no remnants. 1,000 gallons of Peorless Ready Mixed Paints go at 09c per gallon. Roofing Paint, 89c per gallon. Every one is cordially invited to attend this, tbo greatest sale of Wallpaper and Paints, ever held in the city of Maysville. Come in and see for yourself. 1 Hendrickson 204-208 Sutton Street' atT -l , lBaaBMaWalpaaaal Given With $5 Purchase EDWIN MATTHEWS DENTIST. Nnl( I. FlratNnllonnl It nil k Bullriina;. SfAYHVIaVLK, KY. Local and Long; Dlatance Phones lortlce No. MS. f Residence No. 127. The Ryder Paint Store ! Can fill all your wants in tbe Paint and Wallpaper Line. Es timates cheerfully furnished and a magnificent lino of Wall papers in stock. Picture Fram ing a specialty, and fino assort ment of Frames Koom Mould ings, Rubber Roofing, Carpet and Building Paper. MAY8VILLE, KY. :::::: GOME TO MAYSVILLE I BETTER SEE SIMPSON No old, out-of date methods used here. We are right up to the minute In everything opUcal. Modern Instruments, modern methods, modern optical knowledge nnd modern prioea. Gold Framea $2.50 Up Solid Gold CO cn I In Jtlmlesa Mounllnga .JU UJ Kuicd Framea $1.00 Up Extra Quality CI HA I In Filled Mountlnga. l.uvl Up The beat rUii on earth will Injure your eyes If not properly fitted. J. A. SIMPSON, Suite 1, First National Hank llnlldlng:, MAYSVILLE, KY. . 1 f f I Paints ! of Johnson's Voralnstic Paint Mfg. Co. WHOLESALE and RETAIL. " 7 r l S J A .v 'J8M ;&' j 'Jus v 5 jJs ". J& iJh KX 'iH.j yd - .. - Jj-li J aA A- nasaESG W-&&: 2-Tr --y "- r - J7 Nrav jurcwHj .-! m .-v. 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