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cuit, cake and pastry; conveys to food
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Presbyterian General Assembly, South, meots
at Savannah, Georgia, Uay 20th.
Elmer Dover, former Secretary of the Re
publican National Committee, is slated for the
offico of National Bank Examiner in New York
State. This position pays a salary of $10,000
Hon. Charles Kitchen, aged G5, of Ashland,
who has jast been made the defendant in a
$50,000 breach of promise salt, was for a
while candidate for the Democratic nomination
for Congress in this District last year.
It is said that this season probably will be
the last" in the Minstrel game for Colonel Al G.
Field. Re is gradually yielding his hold upon
the active management of his troupe and it
baa been understood for nearly a year that he
contemplates an early and final retirement.
WHAT IS HEM-ROID?
A Tablet, Taken Internally,
That Cures Piles
Piles (hemorrhoids) are izettin? more common
5 crory day, because we live 'unnaturally, over--eating,
overworking, taking little exercise.
Wradually causing a deadening of veins and
..Jrtissues in the lower bowel. Blood stagnation
is uo uatuo ui piiea uu a uuuumuu tuub vuu I.
be permanently cured with ointments.
Dr. Leonhardt'aIIemRoidis the only internal
tablet remedy that cures piles by freeing tho
circulation. Sold under guarantee at J. Jamoa
Wood h Son's, Maysville, Ky. Price $1. Dr.
Leonhardt Co., Station 0. Buffalo, N. Y.
In the Lewisburg Precinct, after counting
the ballots, the election officers burned them,
which is contrary to law.
Prof. Ilockenberry will sing in the offertory
at the Ascension Day services in tbo Masonic
Temple tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. Leopold Markbreit, wife of the Mayor
of Cincinnati, has decided to return to the
stage, taking the leading role in a play of her
"The Maysville District Conference, M. E.
Church, South, composed of Robertson, Bracken
Mason, Lewis, Fleming, Bath, Rowan, and
Nicholas counties, will meet at Mt. Olivet June
8th to 10th.
Meal $4.80 a Barrel
Corn meal is now as high as the best grade
of flour was only a few years ago. It is selling
at $1.20 per bushel of 50 pounds, or at the
rate of about $4.80 for flour. Our farmers
ought to raise a bumper crop of corn this year.
Gage marks 22 3 and falling.
MEANS STANDARD OF MERIT.
We show the perfection or shoe construction and design in our Spring
and Summer Footwear. No other a to re In Maysville can show snnh a variety
of Shoes and Oxfordfl, Black and Brown Sucdo, Bronco, Tan Russia and Tan
Kid and Patent Leather.
BARKLEY'S SHOE STORE
Highest Market Price Paid. See
J. C. EVERETT & CO. Grain and Seeds, Maysville, Ky.
1 Pay For!
When you buy a bed you must pay the price of one; but what If
1 you get for your money only time will tell uuloea it bears tho mark lit
ii it ib otiuuuiru you A.i.uv you nave mu vaiuo mo very iii
most for your money; a bed cast practically in ono piece of steel; all jU
parts are uecurciy weiueu anu nmau is tao very oest.
RaniFafrft Ruria atarwl Ilrl an rlnof vvtnf nnA nam nrnnf tisrA
I wmw w.U .t, WW UUB, JIVUI HUM 5UIU i4UUI U
m ball-bearing steel or brass castors.
to seleet one that is "different" and in harmony with your room,
We Will Have on Display at Our Store 100 of the
Famous Sanitalre Beds, Beginning Wednesday,
May 19th, to ihe 29th. :::::::::
Watch our ads for particulars of this sale.
Brisbois & Diener
E. A. Powell of Norwood will visit relatives
and friends hero tbia evening.
Mr. Joseph J. Lane ia down from Frankfort
visiting relatives in tho connty.
Mr. J. T. Kackley was registered Thursday
at the Burnet Honse, Cincinnati.
Mr. Harry Davis of Lexington is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis.
Judge A. A. Wadsworth left yesterday for
Atlanta, Ga., after a two weeks' visit hero
with his family.
Mr. Robert Willett of Winchester, 0., came
over to cast his vote at the Primary election
and visit his eons.
Judge S. J. Holmes and niece of Carlisle
returned home this morning, after a short
visit with relatives in this city.
Beauty Doctors Endorse Ilerplclde.
"Women who make a business of boat
tlfylng other women come pretty near
knowing whnt will bring about the beat
results. Hero aro letters from two, con
"I can recommend Newbro's "Herpl
clde," ns It stopped my hair from falling
out; nnd, aa a dressing it has no super
ior. "(Signed.) Bertha A. Trulllnger,
M "Complexion Specialist,
"2914 Morrison St., Portland, Ore."
"After using ono bottle of "Herpicido
my hair has stopped falling out, nnd my
scalp is entirely free from dandruff.
"(Signed.) Graco Dodge,
195 Sixth St., Portland. Ore."
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. in
Btamps for sampio to Tho Herpicido Co.,
$1 Dottles Guaranteed.
J. JAMES WOOD & SON, Special Agents.
Rev. F. M. Rains will on May 20th preach
the dedicatory sermon of the new Christian
Church at London, Ky. It cost $20,000 and
has a pipe organ costing $1,500, of which half
was paid by Mr. Carnegie.
Mr. W. Franklin Gullfoyle, Miss Edith Stew
art and Miss Allilee King of Lewisburg were
registered at the New Central Hotel yester
day. Mrs. Elizabeth Kaps of Cincinnati has re
turned homo, having been called hero by the
Illness of her sister, Mrs. Jacob Cablish of
1 have decided to quit tho bormlinn
honso business, and will offer for sale,
at public auction, on tbo prmnlsea,
corner Front and Button streets, on
Saturday, May 22d,
At 10 a. in., to tho highest bidder, my
household goods of every description.
Mrs. ItEBECCA HAMILTON.
George Wood, Auctioneer.
Sample Bottle of SWAMP ROOT at
JAS. WOOD & SON'S
Mr. Arthur S. Best of Millersbnrg was ope
rated on Wednesday at St. Joseph Hospital,
Loxiogton, for appendicitis, and he is reported
as getting along nicely.
Robert E. SMton of Aberdeen was ono of
the graduates this year from the Ohio College
of Dental Surgery at Cincinnati. The Com
mencement took place Thursday evening.
The public is cordially invited to attend the
Ascension Day services to be held tomorrow
afternoon, beginning at 3 o'clock, in the Masonic
Temple, the program for which was published
in yesterday's Ledger.
Congratulations are being banded to Secre
tary P.T.Hale of the Baptist Educational Society
of Kentucky on the completion of the $400,
000 fund which enables the Society to claim
the gift of Dr. A. GatlifT of 4,000 acres of
J. C. Leggett of Ripley, who Is considered
one of the highest authorities on Masonic
history in Ohio, and who has written a history
of Ripley Lodge, has received a request for a
copy of the book, to be placed in the library of
York Lodge, at London, England, the oldest
Masonic Lodge in tho world.
YOUR HEW SPRIN6 CLOTHES
ABE HOW IN PUB STORE I
And weare ready any day to introduce you to them.
You're invited, and when you come you'll meet a
lot of tho finest clothea you ever Baw. Ve feel that
our good friends and our good clothea ought to know
each other better. These are the Hart, Scbaffner &
Marx and Ederheimer, Stine & Co.'a makea, and
you can put it down as a fact that
BETTER CLOTHES, MORE STYLISH,
MORE PERFECTLY TAILORED
Never came from the hands of a tailor. The new
Suita are in a number of very smart models and the
patterns are varied enough to suit every taste gray,
tans, stripes and all the new shades, Our other de
partments are also full of fine, seasonable goods
Hats on the latest blocks, Shirts and Neckwear like
a regular flower garden of color and rich designs, .cd
OUR SHOE STOCK
Is now at its best. Men's only and only the best
the Crossette and the Stetson.
J. WESLEY LEE,
N. E. Corner Second
and Market Streets.
The Good Clothes Man
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f iSSr Jbmi&S MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1909. one COPY-ONE CENT.
1 , JMiifl mt$immt competent JUDGES.
ntJH&'SAiSStt I fjytM U'88 Gwendolyn Smith of Cincinnati Is visit-
i i Pa lgjY,Sk!ti J!EwlM&CfliWreriW H ifSi ( I r omes ' Summers of Sutton street is
I I VrT tSyr'SyJ WPrMHhr py fi r InPlemlngaburg today.
m jaBmi WyW J "" '' "' mmmaamammmamaHmatmmmssaK Mrs. Robert E. Blaine of Cincinnati la the
M n x&rtffl Jin J&NL. .abMHi IHBA HHi guest of relatives here.
Y KakimcS vesameT'
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One JIM ton Feet Jjojh, especially
tutajitett to thtttHort of construction, nott?
in our hands, Hills cut to order. JPHctft
Cedar, Cypress ana Poplar Shingles. Ilnucrotft,
tho only felt wof. Time tried and lire tested.
W. B. MATHEWS & OO
SMITH BROS,' COUGH DROPS
BROOK'S MENTHOL COUGH DROPS
FOR THAT COLD
For Dependable Medicines!
When aickness comes or whenever there is any need of medicine
you want the purest and moat potent to be had. It may do to
take chances in some thinge, but not in tbie. We ask you,
therefore, whenever you have a prescription to be filled, or any
medicine to be procured, to remember that thi? is a store that
emphasizes quality. We have tho best drugs that money can
buy, and we makea apecialtyof the compounding of physicians"
prescriptions or of household recipes. When you get medicines
here you cau feel that you can depend upon them for you can
Tr.no I Pr.nnnmtr, DRUGGIST,
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Cor. Second and
Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keen Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs ot stiffness.
It's wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves
the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles
clastic and pliant.
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will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol
t len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweency,
founder and thrush. Price, 50c. and $1.00.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, - - Boston, Moss.'
Sloan's book on horses, cattlo, sliccp anil poultry sent froa.
A party of surveyors have beguo the work
of locating an electric line from Cvuthiaoa to
Paris, 14 mites.
Mrs. Martha McCleod, aged 79, is dead at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Belle Robert-
sou, at Uynthianu. bbe was tbe widow of
Captain Cornelius McCleod, a Federal Com
mander daring the Civil War.
After thoroughly cleanlog the carp, soak it
over night in salt water, parboil for an hour,
then procure a good white shingle and put
same in a dripping pun upon which place the
carp; tako several slicoj of lemon cut thin,
and also several cilices of fat salt pork and
place them in the dripping pin and upon the
carp; add a half teacup of water, butter the
size of an egg, season slightly with pepper and
salt; bake in a moderate oven, basting every
ten or fifteen minutes for an hour, or u$til tho
fish is thoroughly browned; then take the carp
and carefully dump it into thegarbago can and
eat the shingle.
J. W. Throckmorton, former Commissioner
of Agriculturo of Kentucky, was Introduced
to the President Thursday by Senator Bradley
Throckmorton is a candidate to succeed Cap
tain S. G. Sharp as United States Marshal tor;
the Eaatern District of thla State.
City Marshal Charles Lewis of Manchester
claiming that since that town weat "diy" ho
has been unjustly criticised for being unablo
to check the desire and ability to secure liquor
from this city by many of the "regulars," and
for that reason official life had become a bur
den, resigned Thursday.
PILES CURED AT HOME Br
NEW ABSORPTION METHOET.
It jou suffer from bleeding, Itchlnc blind or
protrudlOR riles, tend roe your addreix, and I will
tell you how to cure yourself at homo by the new
absorption treatment; and will alto send soma of
this home treatment tree (or trial, with relerenots.
from your own locality It requested, Immediate
relief and permanent cure assured. Send so
money, but tell others of this offer Wrlto today
to Mrs. M. Summer, Uox P. South Rend, lad
versary day at
be Epworth Loaguo Ann),
the Third Street M. E.
Tbe fourth annual gathering of tho State
Holiness Association meets in Lexington May
2Cth to 30th.
It is said that two sugar pair trees on the
old Duley homestead in Fleming county are
103 years old and atill boarlng.
Mr. Georgo II. Bishop and family arrived
Thursday night from Texan and will take up
their reaidsnee Id Houston avenue. Mr. Bishop
ia a worthy citizen and bo and hla family are
cordially welcomed back to their old home.
ATTENTION, KNIQHTS QF COLUMBUS.
Maysvilla Couooil No. 1377, Knighta of
Columbus, will bold their regular meeting Sun
day aftornoon at 1:30 p. m. at G. A. U. Hall.
All members, particularly those from the
eiBBirI are. urged to be pretest.
And Farmers' Supplies
FOR THE HOME AND GARDEN Step Ladders, Lawn Mowers,
Garden Tools, Wire and Poultry Netting, Field
and Lawn Fence, All Heights.
41 West Second Strtti,
and 114 Sutton StrMt.
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