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MAYSVILLE, 1CY.,.THUWSDAY, AUGUST 8, 19Jtf,
They parted on the seashore;
- -''She was a lovely peach;
lie aald he'd meet ber later,
And then kissed her on the beach.
water melons are on the
Ex.Msror Henry L. Nowell contlnnes qatte
"ifillrat his home In Limestone street.
Woman's Club Mootings
Sntnrd.v. An mint 17ih. 3 d. m. General
a r " ---
i? meeting. Household Economics Committee In
!'V . chares of nrocrnm.
Saturday, August 31at,3p. m. Final adopt
Ion of Constitution. Year's program submitted.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government repofta Bhowtbo Bteady
output of coal during tbo last few
years has made tho dealers push (or
wider markets, Wo are going to get
moro trado your trade by giving
you a greater valuo for your money.
You will novor get out of debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL 00.
I p3T When needing dents) work call on Csrtmel
Speaking of Front Doors
We have them with glass from $2.25 up.
We also have a store room full of Panel Doors.
Prices from $1
II you want both quality acd price see up. It will coat you noth
ing to talk lo us and it will likely be In your Hdvnntage.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO;,
UNION STKKKT. NTAIt SKI'OND.
9 M '
Tf is but the work oi a minute to sharpen a
chisel, a plane, a knife or any edged tool on a
Keen Kutter Grindstone.
Made of very carefully selected Berca grit
mounted on an extra braced tubular frame that
never sways or "wabbles." Ball bearings
and double tread make it run as easy as a
bicycle. With this grindstone and an outiit of
Tools and Cutlery
you are always ready for the finest or heaviest work.
Keen Kutter Tools are tempered for lasting edges and once sharpened
stay sharp indelinitely. ....
For the home they are ideal, doing better work with less attent'm
than the ordinary nameless kinds.
A LOT of FINE
We have them. Let us fill your order. '12&fflB
Phone 454. r'B
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OiTJS? COPY ONE CENT.
Large DcJViAArvf a
Suitable for hotel, fancy restaurant or country
homes. Will sell cheap. Call nt
J. C. CABLISH'S GROCERY
Mo. 8 EAST TUIK1) HTltKKT.
The Square Deal Man.
SEWER GAS EXPLOSION
Lula Traxel Has1 a Narrow
Escape Last Evening
' Last night about 9 o'clock the residents of
'West Second Btreot were thrown Into a semi
panic by an explosion that was hoard In all
.parts of the neighborhood.
At the hour named above Miss Tr&iol had
occasion to visit tho toilet la the rear part of
' the yard and on entering ued a match to find
her way. No sooner was the match struck
than a tremendous explosion followed and she
was shrouded In a flame twenty foot high.
She wss thrown Im'l way across the yard
by .the concussion and was painfully burned
about the head, arms and hands.
The force of the explosion extended across
an alley and wrecked another outhouse, blow
log the roof off and the sides of the building
There has been a gaseous odor arising fa
tKe vicinity from sewersge obstruction for
' tome time, and the dwellers of West Second
have beon fearful of just such results as
occurred last night. The city officials should
.V take the matter up and abate the dangor that
Is likely to occur la other sections of that
"part of the city.
It trss Indeed fortunate that Ulss Traxel
escaped with ber life.
Urs. R. G. Knox of West Third street, Is
Mr. W. It. Dunn of the county is taking lo
tho Ripley Fair today.
UIib Susie Fulton of Rochester, N. Y., Is
visiting Ulss Gussle ltoswell of Aberdeen.
Urs. Dudley Fixer of East Fourth street Is
visiting relatives and friends In Msnchester.O.
Mr. J. Barbour Russell was called to Mans
field, 0. , this tnorolog on account of the death of
Mr. 0. C. Berry, a relative.
A light rain fell here for several hours yes
terday afternoon, helping along tbo crops and
refreshing both humanity and vegetation.
$75 grado lo Kodaks for $40; special. Look
in our show window.
J. T. Kackuey & Co.
Miss Phoebe Forman entertains this after
noon In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Melville Chris
tian before they leave for tbolr homo In Cali
fornia. Mr. Clarence Pollftt, Tin: Ledger's faithful
and polite carrier lo East Sscond street, has
been quite III for several days past, being
threatened with typhoid fever.
Today la "Kontucky Day" at the Ripley Fair
and several hundred persons from Mason
county are In attendance, a large number
going down from Mayiville this mornlog.
Tho most delicious wafer eves made, This, thn original, is
made in Holland, Your guest or family will bo delighted.
TttY IT. DO XT NOW. EVKUVBODY 18.
A List of Low Prices lltVw
One-ply National Rulbr Rnoflog 11.10 per square,
Two-ply National Itubtier Roofing 11.45 per square.
Three-ply National Rubber Rooddk 1 1 75 per tqnare.
A good subtUntlal Hardwood Floor at 12 per Initiated.
Compare With Others
value ut tholonc'it
Clear Red CeOar Shingles at 13.50 per thousand.
Clour Red Cedar Shinnies, Cut Heavy, II per thousand.
Wehave Just received a new stock of-Front Doors. Our space In ttili paper will not
oi u munis mem nun prio a. i uu win navu u ive inuiu iu iipreciaie in.ir
THE AfASOV LUMBER CO.
Cor, Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Afjonts for Dooring Machinery. Maysville, Ky.
A. A. MoIjATJGHIiIN. I. N. DKIIAN.
HABEAS CORPUS GIVEN
ALLEGED WHITE SLAVER
Georgo Sinkhorn to Bo Brouoht
Boforo iudgo Cochran on
Yesterday Federal Judge Cochran granted a
writ of habeas corpus for George Slnkhorn.con-
fined In Jail at Covington, on the charge of
being a white slaver. - Sinkhorn will ba
brought here before Judgo Cochran next Mon
day at 2 o'clock when ho will hear evidence as
to whether the prisoner Is being legally held.
As I will discontinue business August 1st, I
wish to thank tho public for their patronage
and ask nil persons owing accounts to call and
settle Immediately. Thoso having accounts
against mo present same for settlement.
Tho Bracken Association Mooting
The Uraoken Daptlat Association met
Wednesdsy morning at Carlisle.
Tho following officers wore elected:
Moderator 0. N. Bollnger.
Clerk-F. S. Tollo.
Troasurer T. F. Galther.
This Is sn Interesting and profitable mooting.
&Smoko Masonlsn and La Toscs, 6 cents
flnnth nf Mro Riulnlnh ClfXaatt
Friends bore will regret to learn of the "SI
death of Mrs. Rudolph Grlass, which occurred"
Sunday at Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, after a 'wva.-
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suutt iiiness. juts, uness was a sister oi
Mrs. A. 0. Shlnkle, formerly of this city,
whom she visited here quite often. She Is
survived by her husband and one sou.
THUNDER 8TOUMS TODAY AND
Judgo G. W. Dye Is
taking In the Ripley
Mr. Thomas D. Curran, who Is empbyed In
the big terminal station In New York City in
the Erie Railroad offices, is here for a few
days visit with his mother, Mrs. Hannah C.
Curran of East Fourth street.
Yesterday through the real oatate agency
of Thomas L. Ewan & Co., Mr. and Mrs.
George Wood OwesB purchased the desirable
property of Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Robert Daw
son In East Second stroet, Sixth Ward; con
sideration, something over $5,000. The resi
dence is one of the moat beautiful to be found
la the city.
Maysville ' Licks Paris Twice
Same Day Gives Lex
Twice Iu tho same place Is where Maysville
hit the I'srls bunch yesterday afternooon;
a sloppy field sod some rain.
First game Maysville -1, Paris 1.
Second game Maysville 8, Paris 2.
Grover did mound duty for the Rlvermen lo
the first game and never was in danger, only
allowing the Rourbonltes four hits, while the
locals hit Donlap at tlmes'when bits meant
Iu the second game Vanca had everything
his own way and won with ease. Ills ball was
a puzzle to Danny Ilarrell's bunch and they
were unable to connect with his drops at times
when they might have ecored a run.
Yesterday's features In both games were
tho all-round batting of the Maysville team and
the base running of Clever.
The score follows:
Paris 10 0 0 00 01
Maysville 0 2 0 0 20 x 4
Batteries Dunlsp and Shook, Grover and
Kunkle. Two-base Hits Reed, Langenbam.
Throo-baao Hit Grover. Sacrifice Hits Chap
man, Williams. Sacrifice Fly Kunkle. Stolen
Bases Clever 2, Shook. Bases on Bsl!s--Off
Dunlap 2. Struck Out By Dunlap 4, by Grover
S. Left ou Bates Paris 2, Maysville 2. Wild
Pitch Grover. Time 1:35.' Umpire Pat
terson. SECOND GAME.
Pari ; 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
Maysville 1 2 0 C 0 0 x 8
Batteries Monroe, Locke and Goodman,
Vance and Kunkle. Two-base Hits Langen
bam 2. Three-base Hits Kunkle 2, Molten
kamp. Sacrifice Hits Reed, Kunkle. Sacri
fice Fly Carmony. Stolen Bases Lsngenham,
Clever. Base ooBalla Off Monroe 1, off Vanco
1, off Locke 1. Struck Out By Monroe 1, by
Vance G, by Lccke 1. Base Hits Five bits,
three runs off Monroe la two Inning. Left on
Bases Paris G, Maysvlile 3. Time 1:05.
J, N. Camden of Versailles ia trj be
Chairman of the Democratic State
Col. Gibbons Gray Cornwell, who
was arrested In New York on a war
rant charging him with being a fugi
tive from justice, committed Buicido on
Col. Kooaovolt gave his ofllcial and
personal approval oi the plana of Ken
rucky Progressives to defeat Caleb
rowers for re-election to Congress
Will of Mrs. Houso
The lato Mrs. Eva House of Dayton, Ky.,
In her lost will left Wednesday for probate In
tho Court at Newport bequeathed hor entire
estate to ber lusband, David N. House, and
nsmed him executor of the will.
Tha deceased before' ber msrrlsge wss MIts
Eva Schatzmann of this city.
There has been llttlo doing In Judge Whits
ker's Court the psst several days and lo con
sequence his Honor hss had ample time to at
tend the ball games. Yesterday two derelicts
drifted In charged with minor violations of the
law John Pollltt, drunk, $G 50, and Skeoter
Scott, breach of tbo pace, $1.90, betng the
extent of the docket. ,
Hcronro a few of our most popular nrAiiile:
10c Freeman's, Woort.ldo Violet mid Valley Violet.
150 Colgate's, Williams', Graves', Wilbcrt'ti Carnation, IiOtue',
Meadow Violet, Caslimoro Iiouquot and Colgate's Dactylle.
HOC Wlllicrt'a Violet, laro.
25o WIlbert'H Vlntct in pound cans. Klvoris. Jolinon & John
Bon'a Nursery Violet, extra Inrgo; Palmer's, Colgate's, Monad Violet,
Ilolnon'g Antl-Bkector and Wllhcrt's Queen Quality.
ME Uafil I IA1IQ & nfl "B,Q Drugstoro With
r If ILLsIAEVIo a Ulla tho Little Price."
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3D- KCBOHEIlSra-ER. Sc OO;
OUR CLEARING SALE
Will bo long remembered by those who take advantage of it. On all of our Light Colored and
Light vcight BuitB tho cuts are deeper than ever. Wo want to sell the last 8uit in stock. Profits, even
reasonable losses arc not considered. "Turning them into ready cash is what we arc after," Take a
glance at tho kind of Suits wo show in our clothing window at $10.50. Many otuem are worth twcie the
price none less than $15. '
Don't neglect tickets on the valuable presents we compliment our patronswith.
Our entire lines of Fall Shoes are now ready for your inspection, Now get acquainted with in
comine seasons' styles.
D. HECHINGER & 00.
Maysville's Leading Clothing
EdNow Is the time to buy your winter
coal. See Dryden, Llmeatono street.
Hon. J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Ag
riculture of Kontucky, will speak In Maysville
Monday, August lOtb, upon the subject of
'Consolidated Schools and Farming."
Noticp to Boy Corn Growers
All boys considering applying for the freo
trip to Kentucky State Fair and all other mem
bers of the. Boys Corn Club, will please meet at
Miis Yancey's office next Saturday, August
10th at 10 o'clock. Reed Luxsrortn,
Mr. John Rudy has returned home from a
three weeks trip In Detroit and Grand Rsptds,
Mrs. Jennie DePew of St. Louis is visiting.
ber aunt, Mrs. E. B. Powell, and cousin, Miss
Marian Power of East Second street.
lufants' black Socks also a few white, special at
Infants' black, white, tan; lace stockings 8c, value
Children's black, white, tan, lace stockings iaic,
Women's lace boot stockings pink, blue, coral, tan,
gray, white, i2c, value 25c
Men's fancy lisle socks 25c, values 39c and 50c.
A special value in women's black lisle stockings
for 15c, worth investigating.
Petticoats beautifully made and trimmed but slightly
fuller than some women like. Easily altered and
bargains at half price.
$1.50 Skirts 75c, $2 Skirts $1.
A table full of Corset Covers and Nightgow
have gotten soiled from use as samples otherw
feet. The garments are just Half Price.
lor 51. 50c hovers 25c. $1 Lovers 51
Covers gi. j
Wp r t &r m
A!u " "" and LEr
White Wash Stocks and Jabots slightly nf.
25c, 39c and 50c values for 15c.
s for 15c. j.
Every Parasol new this season. A generous as
sortment which includes white and colors. Pretty bot
dered designs and solid colors.
ssJLa satis iMtV JLai aJU Bm0
Mr. Louis C. White of Esstland Is certainly
numbered at the top of the list as a tomato
grower. Tuesday Mr. Whlto brought to Tub
Ledger office as a ssmple, four large tomatoes,
all growing In a cluster, the four weighing 4
pounds. Mr. White says be his many just as
large. Tomatoes are very plentiful and cheap.
Tho Smith Murderors.Again
A second petition, numerously signed by
court officials of this city and county, baa
been sent Governor McCreary urgiog blm not
to commute to Imprisonment tho sentence of
death passed upon the Smith brothers, convict
ed of murder.
Mrs. J. L. Osborne of Dover, en route to at
tend the Brackon Baptist Association meeting
st Carlisle yesterday and today, spent Wed
nesday night with ber brother, Mr. W. A.
Munzlng of Forest avenue. Mr. 0. Z. Over
turf of near Dover and Mrs. Osborne go as
representatives of the Dover Baptist Church.
ALWAYS ASK FOy
GLOBE STAMPS A.
C. 0. CALHOUN.
SCHATZUANN'S China S
GLOBE STAMP r
THE BIG SALE
CONTINUES ALL WEEK!
A good White Pique Skirt 98c.
A good "Royal" Shirtwaist 98c.
New Norfolk Waists $1.49.
50c Corsets 39c.
$1 Shirts 50c.
9x12 Rugs $9.98.
1.25 Embroidered Waists 49c.
$8 White and Colored Dresses $3.98.
All Suits go at one-half price.
Men's Tan Working Shoes $1.49.
One lot Ladies' Oxfords $1, worth
One lot of Children's Sandals $lf
One lot of Velvet Pumps $1.98, worth $3.- ';J
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.GBISEL & CQNFtAD.
from Ihu Elavonth District.
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