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Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Thomas A. Davis Maysville, KY 1907 pub1907042501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Daily public ledger (Maysville, Ky.) Thomas A. Davis Maysville, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HKPwtot!E iMBEBBKflflllPrJIrWSfKli T a ", )AlliY rPUBLI C fBBKLY '. .&L WfBgksffJB VA.YSVILLS BEPVBLWAN. ledger ONE COPY ONE CENT. It makes old thlnis now LIQUID VENEHR It also keeps them now. There will bo no oldrdull-looklufurniture or dingy woodwork In homes where this wonderworker Is used, No rellnlshlng or revarnlibtng necessary. Liquid Veneer U not a varnish, but n surf aco food and cleaner that builds up tho arlglnal finish and makes It brighter than ever. It Instantly restores the brilliant nowness and finish of pianos, furniture, ploturo frames, lntorlor woodwork, hard wood floors and all pollsbad, varnished or enameled surfaces. Removes soratcbes. stains, dirt and dullness. A child can use It, Nothing but a piece of cheese oloth is needed, and there Is no drying to wait for. New ibe package. bottle 85o; bottle 60o. Bold by g J. G. GABLISH & BRO. MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING. r ruiiLia REPOBLIOAN-U- ledger-w- tt. i. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 190? 0 mid 8 KAST THIKD 8TRKET, psy-Ca- ll at Crane & Shafer's now Paint and Paper store for all styles of Wallpapers from 4 cents np, and get Globe Stamps. . f n, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ball spent yesterday In Cincinnati. Mr. Noah Bateman of Mayslick was in the city yesterday. "DON'T KKOCK." "Knocking" never made a town, So get In line and "boost;" Juat lay your Uttlo hammer down And then go home to roost. Miss Lucy Lee of East Third street was in Cincinnati yesterday; Commonwealth's Attorney is In Frankfort todajr. M. J. Hennessey call as bare It. plcaac yon Item of mnt Tlie linve nnTelephonencnn, and 1H S3, np Ledger, t Newt C. Foster of East Third street was in Cincinnati Tuesday on business. i Attorney Bruce W. Grannis of Flemlngsburg Mrs. Frank Golleustein (a recovering after a was here yesterday on legal business. three weeka lllnesa. A movement la on foot to establish an fellows Lodge at Carlisle. Odd- Mrs. Frank Clark of West Third street was a visitor in the Queen City yesterday. Is vis- Mrs. Ella Calhoun of Market street The danco at Neptnne Hall last night given by "the OrphanB," was a very delightful affair. iting relatives and friends in Cincinnati. Mr. William Welch, an undo of Mr. C. E. Youngs-tsw- Horrocka of Ashland, died Menday at Mr. John T. Parker of Mt. Carmel is visiting his son, Mr, Beater Parker, of Mayaville. Circuit Court convenes at Flemlngsburg the 4rWe have Prat's end International stock foods second Monday in May. M. F. William3 & Co. Druggists. TBargaina in Wallpapers at Crane & Ed. Moran, who had been sent to the PeniShafer's. We give Glebe Stamps. tentiary from Nicholas county for a term of 21 s WANTED General ropairing of clocks years for the killing cf Robert Scott in 1900, is watches, sewing machines, etc. Papor hanging out on parole. a specialty and all work done neatly and Marshall M. Bane of Vanceburg, who has been Philip Ennis, Market street, next promptly. appointed inspector of denatured alcohol for Browning's office. door to Dr. Kentucky and Tennessee, assumed the duties of Waste paper baskets, each bearing a placard, hia office Tuesday at Louisville. Mr. Bane was "Help Keep the City Clean," have been placed appointed under the denatured alcohol act, and on tho streets in Cornell, N. Y by the City Im- will inspect the drug stores handling the proprovement Committee of tho Equal Suffrage duct, and the manufacturing concerns which use There are many regulaLoague. We might try this plan here In Mays- it in their business tions which mast be complied with in the use of ville. denatured alcohol, and it Is to see that these j2S""If you want the best whisky for family are rigidly observed that the inspectors are apuse and a tonic beverage, call at G. W. Rogers pointed. & Co.'s Market street and get a bottlo of "RogSUQARl SUQARt "SWEET" SUQAR! er's Old Stock. No better ever distilled. Wo liqkeep for sale a fine assortment of the best Tbat pare and wholesome sweet sugar "II. M. C. Russull Co. & E." Brand. uors made. SJ-T- he Post advertised a cure for coiati-patiowe have it. M. F. Williams & Co. Druggists. NOTICE. EAQLES NOTICE. The F. 0. E.'s will meet in their new ball on Thursday night, 7:30 o'clock, Wilson Building, East Second street. Initiation. By order of Worthy President. George L. Diener, Socretary. Secure rooms now for tho Jamestown Exposition before the moat desirable quarters are taken. Fine rooms and low rates if Becured Full information and tickets on sale at now. Armstrong's Drugstore,.Fifth Ward. V LOCUST POSTS. We have a large stock of nice, straight Locust Posts for both building and fences. Get your orders in early; they will not last long at the price. A Misses Mary and Kate Boasley of Cllntonville, Wilbur Adkins, formerly a well known Louis-'vil- Bonrben county, are visiting relatives here. newspaper man, died Tuesday night at Miss Ethel B. McMillan of Dover is visiting Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Johnson, Principal of Midway College. la 0. Mr. Dan Scott of Manchester and Miss Lucy Eirk'of Aberdeen wero married at Georgetown a few days ago. Miss Carrie Rye has returned to her home at Needmore, after several days visit in this city. Deputy Sheriff John Clark is taking SfrWatchos and clocks repaired at G. A. Tobacco Growers' Barbecue at' Lexington Second s'treet. Nice line of silver McCarthey's, novelties and jewelry. Mrs. Murray Hubbard of Covington Mrs. A. K. Marshall, who has been quite ill iting Mrs. Abnor Hord of West Second for several days at her home near Lewisburg, is reported somewhat better. "" in the today. is vis- IK Jk JL 1 Looks as much a fossil in a suit of clothes made for his lather as a Vassar girl would appear if she wore a dress built lor her mother. The. difference twixt our "College Brand Clothes" just for young chaps and men who envy the youth and usual garments is every whit this much, no price difference. Young lellows, come in and let us show you through this great line of wearing apparel lor spring and summer. - ..... .. Le THE HOME STORE. rl. li. CCJLJLlJNo SsO company fA JL f l A ffW I I ,1 JF JLsf V 11 I J III JL TS M lv 1 1 JLf 1 J JL Vy M ILK A jl ftI mTftT i JL lTtTiTlT ct.w..o-f-- f SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS. street. The Hanan, W. L. Douglas and Walkover Brands. sMsassMsiissMssassijissBsssiHsaHsiHtsBsjsiaijiiiHssssissHsaBssjnsasHspsisiiijr Mrs. Henry M. Scudder of Carlisle .has been visiting Mr. C. W. Darnall and family this "" g There will be no at the Third week. Street M. E. Church tonight on account of the Night Clerk Ernest W. Nower of the New Union Meeting at the Courthouse. Central was a visitor to bis home at Dover " yesterday. The Cynthlana Elks Lodge has filed amended Mrs. David Frazee of Lexington is visiting articles of incorporation at Frankfort, increasing the eapitaf stock from $5,000 to $8,500. her sisters, Miss Fanny and Miss Lucy Lee of East Third street. Mrs. John Tool of Shannon, who underwent County Attorney T. D..Slattery is in Lexinga surgical operation at Bethesda hospital, Cinabout two weeks ago, is reported doing ton today attending the big love feast of the cinnati, Tobacco Growers. nicely. " prayer-meetin- BFHHIaBVflE3ii3HBlliB3Hi!2BHZ!Z!3pZ3ilC3PjEZZHE!ZZ3rw 9Creighbaum, Tailor, No. 6 E. Second st. The C. and 0. pay car passed down the line Several thousand dollars in wages yesterday. were left at MaysvIUo, while at Portsmouth Tho Blade says that the sum of $100,000 was distributed there. A 3D. PiEIOIflllSra-B-I b p t &, ' CO, b the 0. as an engineor, has filed a petition fa Presideit Roosevelt and Cabinet and hunbankruptcy. Miss Evelyn Robertson of Cynthlana was sedreds of other prominent Washington officials i to be in readiness for cretly married February 18th to Mr. Arthir leave today for Norfolk, MONUMENTS. The best at low prices. the opening of the Jamestown Exposition to- HJayes of Covington, the wedding just being announced to her friends. MOBBAT & THOMAS. , morrow. C. and large shoe factory is to locate at Ironton. J&A nice line of Toilet Soaps and perfumes at Sallie Wood's Drugstore. W. H. Sonthworth of Russell, employed by Mrs. Albert Moran and Mrs. Thoo Campbell The school at Moransburg has closed for this of Lexington are guests of Mrs. Frank Smith session and the teacher, Miss Merta B. Owens, of East Third street. has returned to her home at Ripley for the va' cation. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Throckmorton and Mrs. W. B. Throckmorton of Mt. Olivet were in the prisCurt Jett and Tom White, the two feud city shopping yesterday. oners brought to Lexington to testify for Wil 11am Britton, were sent Back to the PenitenMr. Herman Bramel of Orangeburg and his tiary Tuesday afternoon. cousin, Mr. Carry Goodman of Portsmouth, were in the city yeaterday. Amanda Reed, colored, filed suit at LexingMonday for divorce against Thomas Reed. ton Mrs. Ollie B. Stitt and slater, Miss Nancy The plaintiff states they were marries in Aber- Blaad, sojourning at Washington, were calling deen in June, 1837, and alleges desertion. on frieads in the city yesterday. Mrs. Mary Swetnam died suddenly at Owings-vill- e Mrs. Allco Power has returned to her home of the infirmities of old age while attendat Fleming3burg, after a visit of several weeks ing the fnneraljof her nephew, Marshall Stone. to Dr. Edwin Matthews and family. She is survived by one son, who Is a deaf mute. Mrs. John W. Osborne of Dover is visiting Clarence her brother, Mr. D. Frank Frazee, and sister, Hon. W. H. Cox, Postmaster athews and W. II. Lynch attended the Con- - Mrs. Augustus Rogers, of Lexington. Mt. Sterling yesterday, which re- .ted Hon. A. T. Slier for Railroad Com- Miss Clemmie Tolle will leave tomorrow ' jner for the Third District. morning to visit relatives In Cincinnati, and I CARPETS Carpets from the world's best mills are assembled here for We've had our pick from the choicest patterns of many factories, which means ample and satisfying selection for you. And today we have a piece of Btill better news, to add a dash of stronger interest to this carpet occasion. Right in the face of ascending prices we have secured some excellent patterns of , come UK WARD. ,. 1907 GLOBE STAMP CO. of stamps free. yourcboosing. t- A CARPET Opportunity Sixteeu patterns of Tapestry Carpet in two grades. Regular goods, perfect in every way, from best factoriee. No faults, no excuses, just sheer good luck. Best grade now 85c from $1 yard. Second grade now 75c from 90c yard. MATTINGS. Stout China and fancy Jap Mattings in carpet, Mosaic and de- tached patterns. Unusual qualities for 25c, 29c, 35c and 50c yard. Cheaper Mattings down to 15c yard. HALL RUNNERS. Cut to measure in any length. Unobtrusive patterns, eoftly. blended colors. AXMINSTER RUGS. s Room size, styles, broche, Delft, Oriental and Persian colors. Splendid values. high-clastwo-tone, $1.50 BIGELOW AXMINSTER CARPETS to Sell at $1.15 a Yard And a smaller quantity of $1.50 BIGELOW WILTON CARPETS to tl tl tx tl tx iX also to see Maud Adams yesterday was the real thing the feminine contingent was out on the and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas avennes of the old city enjoying the balmy turned to their home at ozone and incidentally exhibiting some mighty visit to their davgbter, handsome designs in art. Ft. Madison, Iowa. KICKED BY HORSE. sT.ne weather Sell at $1.15 a Yard. this limited lot is gone. brief as it is unusual. But remember no more will be obtainable under price when This chance good fortune is likely to be as in S "Peter Pan." tx iX 4- - Andrews have reFlemlngsburg, after a Mrs. H. C. Rogers, at S. 1 Mr. Harris r for the Adams Express Co., was badly injured by being I kicked by a horse on the 27th day of March, 1907. He took a policy in the National two days before being injured, whiph cost him $1 a month, and Captain Rosser, their local manager, has paid him $7 a week each week since. 'He advises all his friends to carry a policy with Captain Rosser. - B. Cooper, who works Ashland Independent City Attorney Jewell Rice left today to spend a few days his homo in Mason county, before going Berkeley, Cal where on May 4th, he is wed Miss Mathilda Wegner. at to to 1852 jt"Cartmolleitracta teeth without pain. jLTJisrr si 93 Carlisle Commandery No. IS K. T., will have headquarters In the White Building during the Bourbon county is so overrun with rats that Conclave in this city May 15th to 16th. the farmers are planning a day of slaughter when everybody will do nothing bnt killed rats. PLEASURE FILLED WITH OEIIOHT Houses havo been invaded and every straw pile Thafa what "Alpha" Flour is. and hay rick is filled with the rodents. C. C. Calhoun. s9New Pianos at $150 up, at Gerbrich's. Another strong effort will be made to carry railrequired four coaches to acctmmodate the out the plana of the Chesapeake and Ohio It way to establish a car ferry systdni at PortsMason County delegation to the Lexington Barbecue this morning; 139 tickets being sold mouth. Secretary of War Taft la to be appealed to. at this station. Saturday is lied L ter Day. Bring youi book and gel $l worth GLOBE STAMP A CELEBRATED CASE Carried to the United States Su preme Court at Washington ,; ' The case of Peter McCabe's Administratrix lv. Maysville and Big Sandy Railway Company, which has been tried three times in the Mason Circuit Court and three times in the Kentucky Several hundred invitations ceived by relatives IIP and favored friends follows Mrs. Malcolm Hart Crump reqaests the honour of yeur presence at the marriage ef her daughter Katherine Poyntz Mr. Horace SATURDAY Double Bargains All Day. rean- Will be RED LETTER DAY ! DOUBLE STAMPS AH It Will Be. i Dav! i Saturday Must Be a Record Breaker. . have been Court of Appeals, and recently affirmed, is to nouncing the approaching nuptia's of Captain be carried by the Railroad to the United States Horace J. Cochran of this city to Miss Kathinvita-tioSupreme Court to teat the question of juris- arine Poyntz of Bowling Green. The diction as between tho State Court and the United States District Court for Eastern Ken-.tack- Carpets Rugs Shoes! Shoes! If Mattings. A solid carload Saturday Special: a Citation has been already served on Hon. A. D. Cole, Counsel for Mrs. McGabe, and the case will be docketed at, Wasbiigton within thirty days. Tho outcome of the important An awfully good day to buy a good Rug and Carpet and fill a book with stamps. Plenty oi patterns, large and small. we do not break 'our own record Saturday in our Shoe Department, we will be to January Cochran greatly disappointed. We are prepared for a rush on Oxfords. All styles, all prices. question In- volved will be watched with interest by the publio and the legal profession. Thursday evening, May the ninth Nineteen hundred and sevon at half after eight o'clock Main Street Six hundred and thirty-thre- e Bowling Greea, Kentucky Marquise Longcloth $1.25 bolt of Mat- That's very cheap. tings are expected here by Footstools, upholstered, nea Saturday. Our own imporbrass legs, worth $1, jpeuial 49c. tations from Japan. Such patternsand such quantities Japanese Rugs, somethin; have never been seen in new. A large one and small on Maysville before. We are go for $1.19 for the two. Like Linen Like hot cakes the only direct importers in should go. 15c yard, worth 25c this town. tes. One table remnant Embroic One Table Linen Remnant EVAPORATED FRUIT " . FANCY BAUXUETT PEARS, FANCY 11AISIN CUIIED PHUNES, FANCY MOORPAUK AP1UCOTS, FANCY SlUin PEACHES, FANCY APPLES. , Thceo Cnlifbrnla Fruits are delicious. Wo are making a low price. y KINGS OF LOW PRICES MERZ BROS. PROPS. BEE HIV, If '' wuii-Bxo- xrr &Pj 'tH.. n' ES Ceftgfcjr TiiANKScnviNQ, The Interstate CommbrceSCommission jrules that if the 'railroads sell a party'rato ticket at reduced'prices to theatrical companies the same tickets must bo open to the use of the general public. ,,,' J sundat, fodeth op jult, AND OnniSTMAQ. ,n; i v, A. F. CUJtltAN, Editor and Owner. omoK pddlio LBsann building;, maysviile, kt. Oae Xcar. !... , flit nwuuu. cru. , k i , 8UB80RIPTI0N8-B- Y MAIL. if. tourco Months. 00 ,..r 1 00 75 .. &3 . President Roosevelt might find an able The Germ s t ALE OF SHOES ounce The The WOOL DRESS GOODS. 81.55 kind reduced to 05c. 75o kind reduced to 4Ho AT THE NEW YORK STORE. We purchased a largo lot of Shoes Inst week. All were this season's goods. Wo sell them at the old price. See them, SADIES low CIIILDIIKN'S LOW OilUCO SI. 15, regular price (1.50 ' ;; rerXoiiUi...... PELIVERBD BY CARRIER. ,, j- - Payable (o Collector at end of Month. ..3 Cento Kn'God ? t. A we trust, but not in Stead. He 'talks too much. -- TniRTT-FivE c &, u j .1 1. .v i ,. raiiroaas ror me secouu wuok. and popular successor to Hon. John W. Yer-kes- , as Commissioner of Internal 'Revenue, in the person of Hon. John "W. Lanoley, Congressman from the Tenth Kentucky District. Mr. LANGLEY.was called to the White House Tuesday to confer with the President over, the situation of affairs in the state. Peril Ladles' very stylish Dongola Oxfords in April show an nverage gross increase of . ' (inmr ' The PoBtniaater - General has made an order forbidding Post- iSastors to allow department funds to be used $ by banks as assets or to be mingled with the '. regular deposits of the banks. fnr "VVnll V' -- Htrflfih CvvAccording to a recent ruling of the Depart Vment.of Agriculture there must be at least 51 . .. . r 'iKi i. off'straight whisky" in a mixture in order to ? entitle it to the term "compound." Wonder "M, of this "compound" is what, the other 4$ composed of? 3l; While Cincinnati and Louisville are dickering over the expenditure of a million or two for parks, Kansas City has spent $7,000,000 on her park system and has 53 miles of boulevards traversing what were once bleak and ugly hillsides. That city has 2,055 acres of fair park land, and will soon make her debut as the most beautiful parked city in the United States. v Tho wnrincr tho weather RCts tho faster tlu Rcrms of dlseuso multiply, Whoievcr thvro U ilnrkncsB, dauipnrrs or decay about your home, tliern mllltoiij or microbes nro developing to "mclin.ee health. Household an itatlon is important as a protection to health and equally important, jih a protection tn tho pocket-bookIt costs a good deal if sickness cotnes; It costs practically nothing to keep tho homo In sanitary condition. No amount of cleanliness will take the place of disinfection. WE II A V 12 EVEUY GOOD DISINFECTANT, Ladles' patent colt llluchers an4 Oxfords 1 1.39, regular price 11.75. Ladles' very driest patent colt llluchers $1 ?r, regular price (2 nO. Ladles' high Shoes t8o to J1.08; splendid valnes Children's Shoes 40o to 08o. SOME OREAT VALUES JN SILKS. MILLINERY. Don't forget to sea our line. They are going out with a rush, Girls' and Days' Caps 25o and 35c. The new style White Caps40o, worth 7B. Ready-to-wea- r llats B8c. CARPETS. Fine Jap Wash 811k 2lo. Finest quality Chinese Wash Silk 40c, ltlnck Taffetas 89o and P8ot grest bargains. All silk yara-wlde pieces best quality' Ingrain Carpets 32Ko, worth 40c. Hemp Carpets very cheap. 10 Calicoes Bo. Heavy Urown Cotton 5c. Hleacned Cotton So. Very best quality Sheetings, 10 4 wide, 95o: wholesale price Is 26c. Curtain 1'oles 10a. Table Linens 26o. Towellngs 6o Large size Uuck Towels Be. Lnce Curtains 40o and 89a? splendid values. SPECIALS 8Ho, lOoand 15b. Laco striped White Goods 10c and 12Hc. A big lot of Percales, Madras very low WHITE 000DS. India Linens ha, 7Hc, 10c and 15o. Whlto OoodsjiJor children's dresses 6o, in price. Dresser Scarfs and Center Pieces and 35c. 25o GERMICIDE and FUMIGATOIt MADE. Can tell jnu What to tisc In each particular instance. New York Store "Sa,. The order issued by Secretary Loeb barring THOS. J. CHENOWETH, DRUGGIST, Wonders never 1 cease in American politics. 'Hon.' CnAUNOEr M. Depkw, who a year ago IBM" was classed as a "senile paralytic," is declared tcrbe well enough to sit up and take notice of Sew 'things. The-- Senator is again making wit and ifffiStflisIiea rattle with his after-dinne- r celeijrjikted his 73d birthday Tuesday. y newspaper correspondents from loafing around CORNER SECOND AND SUTTON STREETS MAYSVILLE KY. House grounds in and haunting the White search of news, is not popular with those jour5 GOOD THIN nals of the yellow hue of the W. Randolph Hearst stripe. Legitimate journalists walk boldly uri to the front door ois the "White Suitable for the Farm For Sale Cheap House, or any other house, and ask for what TELEPHONE No. 31. they want. No skulking around among the M. F. COUGHLIN. shrubbery for hot tips. 355gggS323S3S5SE522aSiS2Sa5S53S35H53S35SS3SSS3 5H55I3 C 1 All Te Ull 1Y1I1U5 oi LoveVs Specials In First-Clas- s, Seasonable Goods. Work HORSES! . Go 25)8 Iiaycr FIrs 1 can First Pick Corn 15o ' 2 cans Van Camp's Extra Corn.... 15o 2ms Cleaned Currants .lOc 25c 2 cans Fridoof BloomlpRton Corn 15c 3es IiOOBO Kaislns 2 caiiH'Vah Camp's $Jlb"Fumpkiri. ,15c Oms Best Prunes 2ffc ' String BeanslOo lOib bag: Buckwheat 2 Cans " Marrow iSOoFlour 2 cans " 4.... Squnsh 10c 1 can best Tomatoes In town, hand picked 2 cans Van Camp's 2 lb Lima Bciinsl Sc lOo. d Navy 25c 1 callon fnncy 3 lb s best Evaporated Apples 2Go Bcuns.., 20? 8 bars Lenox Soap old-tim- u - hand-nicke- The Above Prices Are CASH. Another hie shipment of Perfection Flour comintr. It Ib always reliable, Fresh Boasted Coffees coining in each week. Always fresh. Can't oqaal tnem ror tno prices anywucrc. f 2). M. kinds wanted. Governor Hughes are both too busy to discuss Presidential booms sand each will continue to patriotically and discharge their official duties, leaving to Senators Foraker and Diok and other machine politicians the pleasure of frothing at the rdouth nearly two years prior to the Secretary Taet and j s l!lO!Cn3llnr3IgplCn3CWCinCTStTOTOCu3ITOtopllOMSg5 BSSSH Money made nil kinds or money last summer. They never were so prosperous as they are today. If your poods and prices are right they will spend money with you. You can reach them through The Daily Led- ib. Try it. WTgb Mason count; people Alwavs reliable. For snlo bv the ounce, nonnd or bnshcl. Northern ettowb Seed Potatoes of all kinds: also, Onion Sets, white and red. All kinds of Fruits and Vegetables In season. Butter, Eggs and Country Prpduco of all ? Ferry & Co.'s Famous Garden Seeds! , HELL AND TEXAS. TexaB Presi-dential.electio- n. The remark of General Sheridan, who commanded in just after the Civil War, "If I owned hell and Texas, sell out Texas and live in hell," is often quoted. The I'd answer of a Texas editor is not so well known: "Well, damn a man who doesn't stand up for his own country anyhow!" R. B. LOVEL, THE LEADING GROCER, Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 83. The court house contingent are all at ington today. Lex- JOne of Life's Great ;,. Uonvemences is a A ! vncnen ft Cabinet BfH' i T Water every day. Fountain going from early morn till late at night. Every flavor that is good, served with or without jQE CREAM. Drink here, 'midst appropriate surroundings and at your leisure. SO aa I RAH FOR SILER! Popular Railroad Commissioner Nominated For a Second, Term By the Republicans of the Third District Owensboro will be here with 40 Knights Templar, 10 ladies and a brass band with 20 members. WILLIAMS BENDEL. Mr. Richard H. Williams and Mis, Judge II. Clay Faulkner of Barboursville was Bendel wore quietly wedded at 2:30 'Up I TRAXEL'S The Primary room of the Colored School at just celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their Washington under tho charge of its teacher, wedding. Rev! Rout has been Pastor of the Miss Dill, will give its closing entertainment Saturday night April 27th at the M. E. Church Versailles Presbyterian Church for forty-fiv- e in that placej consecutive years. ReT. and Mrs. G. H. Rout of Versailles have ltK i made both temporary and permanent Chairman, and Hon. II. B. Bryson temporary and perma- noon at tho home of the bride's moth Ameua uenaei in west aecoua Birsei, meiiev. Secretary with visiting newspaper men as Dr. John Barbour of the First Presbyterian nent assistants. Hon. R. II. Winn made a brief speech in calling the Convention to order. The resolutions indorsed President Roese-ve- lt in strong (erma and also indorses the candidacy of a man to succeed him, who would Church officiating. The engagement of this popular young couple was announced several weeks ago, but airy marriage yesterday came In the nature of a prise to their friends, the nuptials flaing w nessed by only the immediate relatives of t Do you know that it is possible to 3k an entire meal "without taking a n'gle step for either utensil or provi- ins if tho cook owns one of our Cab- 'ts? Surely you did not know this you would not be demanding those jusanda of useless and extra steps your cook. The correct date for the observance of the fiftieth annivorsaryfcf Dr. Henry M. Scudder as Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Elizaveta is Saturday, June 1st. The Ledgep.'s clipping yesterday gave the date as May 4th. Mrs. E. M. Hoffman, a daughter of Dr. NeBlit Taylor of Tollesboro, died recently at her home at Bridgeport, Lewis county. She was C4 years of age and is survived by one daughter, Mrs. M. A. Sradley of Tollesboro. carry out his policies. No reference was made to the Senatorial or contracting parties. i WWNmsBnBx '. mBP ,HUHI No Operation shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse. Doctors sai'd an operation was needed, but I couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After taking three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I could walk around. Can now do my housework and am in splendid health." Cardui is a pure, vegetable, medicinal essence, especially adapted to cure women's diseases. It relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates irregularities, and is a FREE ADVICE safe, pleasant and reWrits us Irtttr desalting liable remedy for all your symptoms, nd wt will send you Tree Advice, In plain scaled envelope. sick women. In sucAddress! Ladles' Advisory Department, The Chittanooea Medicine Co., Chatta. for over 70 cessful use nooza, Ti'tin years. Try it. !l All tho general sentiment of the delegatos, however, favored Augustus E. Willson of LouisHod. A. T. Silor of Whitley county was renominated for Railroad Commissioner by the ville for Governor. indorsement Miss Bendel Is one of Maysville's brightest girls. Endowed with rare traits that go to Governatorial race. make up the most beautiful, womanly character, W. Marshall Bullett, Hon. John W. Langley she wins for her lasting friends all whom sne and others addressed the Convention. meets, and no bride enters the married life with It was deemed best not to bring tho Govermore sincere good wishes than she. She looked natorial contest into the Convention at this time. particularly charming yesterday In ber elega bridal dress of white silk. Mr. Williams is the He could have secured tbo Harmony pre- stenographer in .the iLife of Drudgery oJn Cnou jjljiduc Laay RSLr-i- Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va writes: "I had what doctors call 'prolapse and couldn't I had pain in my back and stand straight. had ha desired. Republicans of the Third Diatrict in Convention vailed at the Convention which was the largest and 0. office at Thurmond, W. Vo., in ch touch with many of the leading officials oft road. His manly character and efficient wJ him the high eBteem of his i at ever held in that section. Delegates were have won for The nominating speech was made by J. L. present from every county in the District. Mt. Sterling yesterday. Earljwine of Paris, with a number of seconding speeches. Siler accepted In a brief speech. operator in the uSbo1. .cleanly, -- 1UUO r? Vl f nnr Ytnnrv w .mhv.j 1 lVeniUUL UUU i. VifoVlfin Cfthl- ..- - so healthy, and so -MAHHAlMia1if nUnnn HU U11UVC1UU04J llUMl'i Mr. V. S. Norman, formerly office of the L. and N., will take the place made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Charles Collins. A dispatch from Lexington Ml .22 o $18.50. Five styles. PleasQ announces that GO to 75 per here Saturday and Sunday nights. cent of the white burley crop of 1907 will bo bell by the American Society of Equity from the reach of the Tobacco trust unless the latter pays satisfactory prices. Thera aro 40 counties in the burley district and all seem to be standing together in the fight. recent reports show that from are congratulating him on bis splendid select! for a life partner. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. WHIlai! lira. Frances Beauchamp addressed a splendid audience at the First Baptist Church last left for Cincinnati, passing East today for Tbtl night, lire. Beauchamp is a fine speaker and mend, where they will take up their realdenc had the best attention of her hearers. ColNono but wish that God's choicest blessln onel George W. Bain is booked for addresses delegations from Kenton and Campbell counties. msyaccompanythlswortbyyoungcouplethrouf life. Richard P. Ernst of Covington headed two largo ployers, and his friends hero in his home to mason Circuit gotirt. In tho case of Edward Starrett v. C. and Railway Company, on trial for the past stj eral days, the Jury returned a verdict for til defendant. The cause will be appealed. The caso of De metre Naoura, the Bulgaria charged with shooting with intent to kill, on Thomas James, Greek, was called and on statl ment of comuel fpr defendant, Hon.- - Vlrgl McKnigbt, the case ws continued untlLthf . it4K J llv. T 'J flanfamhAr farm r9 P.nnt w " VVUtVl 1 r. --. i ft I ..w . . ASAt&iOiZW o 1 f 1 ever forget (TINTED .411 1 hio ! I At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles. The special train over thu L. and N to the Lexington Tobacco Barbecue carried fpur CnACLES F0MIAN. WINE OF PADOH J14 Charles Forman, formerly of this city, died coaches. Agent Ellli reports that 139 tickets were sold at Uaysvllle. President John suddenly Tuesday of Brlghfa disease at the Duley of the Board of Trado and Hon James home of his father at Dayton. N. Kehoo, headed the big Mayarillo delegation. He was S3 years of nge and was a brother The weather Is most propitious and 10,000 of Mrs. Thomas Lashbrooke of this county and people will be present today at the big feast-o- f Airs. Samuel Planck of Flemlngsbarg , whu'lefj beef and burgoo. yesterday to attend the funeral, SB "'VV 'is!&i&"iyin I fc &. jae.t .VadlOBBra T-t- f ' ... , ' , ' 'in,,,... rti . . ' i i WA . ' air. 1.iTitoJiA.(r. nV,M . - l a. 1 ....; -5 .,... at y.jsMjsnmmr tr vmAJSmaSmMBxMxMMWFrvMfNmmfrX HKign& 'Tr? WW rrwW' 'r-DjCLF iMrSV2Ll-- w f77,Vf!R0!W 'li.'. iJfT (...v. 'jwiar !"'.. j' "' i . . "JTT ' ' "'' ' y WUUIIC & J iHT'HUBaK JlBPPBIircUtf'. vM Jw 5, Z00Z. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 1 ft IrXXiUr juily pvniaa ledoeb-u- i. REPUBLIOAN-mm. MAYSV1LLE, KY., TI1UHSDA F, 4Pi27 New School Building I Owlnjr to the fact of the School Board's havliifr bought the old Porkhouso (our warehouse) for tho site for the new Illrh School BuildliiKi wo arc obliged t move nil our vehicles within tho next 00 days; and wo havo figured that It would be better to sell them thnu to move, a storeroom in Maysville is pretty scarce just now, and besides It is very expensive to move four or five carloads-ocrated vehicles. A THIS SPACE IS BOUGHT AND PAID FOR. The present month has been the coldest April recorded for 26 years. The ladies also wager In Ripley. The Bee says, "One of our local Pharmacists Is sporting an elegant $10 hat as a result of a wager with a couple of young ladles." The car barns of the Cincinnati, Georgetown and Portsmouth Railroad, in Cincinnati, were totally destroyed by fire Tuesday light. The loss estimated at $80,000 is ally covered by insurance. Monday afternoon THE LATEST TEMPERANCE NEWS ' Saturday, May 4th, will be Connty Day for A Will CITIZEN'S MEETING she fight against whisky In Maysville. Every body will come wearing a white ribbon to show Bbeir colors. ' Be Held at the Court House niflHt To Paper! Most artistic lino over shown by us. Prices from Wall Therefore I We arc beginning today tne most phenomenal sale of vehicles ever held in Maynville, and a word to the wise should be enlllclent. "If you are contemplating the purchase of a rig of any kind, now is your oppor- Look for more particulars to follow in this at 7:30 number of leading lifted a barn from its foundation and hurled it Kobert Graves' Sninplo Book, reprecitizens and business men. against a C. and 0. freight train, tearing off senting $10,000 worth of paper. lr men of prominence. You want to be thero and help us in the the roof of a car and derailing it. The barn ROOM MOULDING. Mnch depends upon our friends to carry this was demolished. No one injured. good work. PLATE RAILS FOR DINING ROOM. it for the Lord against satan. A ganeral outpouring of tho Temperance Pour presence and help are needed May 4th In a fight over a girl at Sutton, a small town people and all others are wanted to attend as near Ashland, Monday night at a church revival the day of the election, May 7th. between the Patrick, Sexton and Haney boy?, tho discussion will interest jou. 'Local OmoN Committee, resulted In Jim Patrick being fatally hurt by Come out tonightl Maysville, Ky. bebg struck over the head with a piece of a A girl was also knocked senseless bench The grocerymen in the state, having become OH ME, OH MY! and the pastor and his flock all fled. Invinced that the 1907 crop of peaches will jmosc a total failure, are buying up tbe It is reported that the new trains to be ITaned goods in this lino of last years pre- - What's Going to Become of 15Cy added to the schedule of the C. and 0. will be fserving or fear there will be none on the 000,000 Gallons of Whisky in in operation by the latter part of this week. imarket within a short time, as tho demand is Dry Kentucky? One of them, it is said, will be a midnight freat, with the price steadily advancing. flyer, which will leave Cincinnati at 9:30, following train No. 4. The C. and 0. is makiog Since the recent ruling of the Attorney-GenerWORSHIP TOGETHER WTANDOTTETBIBI, I. O. It. X. under the Pare Food Law on the ques- provisionfto handle thousands of passengers Regular Council of Wyandotte Tribe No. 3 this to the Jamestown Exposition. tion of straight and blended whiskies, the Kenevening at 7:30. Chiefs will please take notice ine Different Denominations 0c- and attend fame. William Tolle, Sachem. jump of from ten tucky product has taken a W. F. Thomas, C. of R. fcupythe Same Church A Les cents to fifteen cents a gallon, and in some lor in regard to this day's program. Speak- ' at the Baptist and Presbytorian Churches To be addressed by a near Lexington a cyclone 4c to $2.50 Roll. tunity." J.T.Kackley&Co. Mike Brown THE "SQUARE DEAL" flfSV. jyi f wmMmmkwmmwmssm SHORT TIME ONLY No. t Yellow Pine No, 2 Yellow Pino al Flooring. S3.70 per hundred. Flooring, S2.25 per hundred. These prices are made to nuiid moving present stock, and the cash must accompany the order. OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO. iNconroniTiD . -- son in Religious Harmony places even twenty cents. Colonel Members of nine denominations worshiping out themuch-discisse- John B. Thompson of Louisville, Is 'under one roof at the. same time are working states the average increase d in Kentucky 'mmm&mmtMrmmmwmmm ELASTIC ROOF FOURTH AND PLUM. PHONE 177 cents on the gallon. question of church union twelve There Is In Kentucky now 150,000,000 galDINGER. at Kooskia, Idaho, under the dlroctlon of Rev. lons of straight whlBky, most of which is in Born, this morning to Mr. and Mrs. George W. T. Eister, a Methodist Minister. II. Dinger, of Market street, a handsome daughMAYSVILLE MUIZ MO. 1551, P. O. B. The union was formed a year ago, when a the Fourth District. This msans that there is an increase of ter Helen Bond. The mother and child are Maysville .rErle No. 1584, F. O. E., will meet at" and bylaws were signed by repre- constitution Wilson lialldlng, Second street, this evening at in the value of the liquor since doing fine and the proud papa is walking on 7:00 o'clock. Visiting Eagles Invited. I gentatlves of the nine denominations, including $18,000,000 A. Clooht, W. P. with a corre- feathers and throwing bouquets at his friends. the ruling of the Attorney-GeneraQ. L. Dlener, Secretary. fcitholica and Episcopalians. l, mKm USE HENDRiGKSON'S PAINT PAINT Gff. MAYSVILLE, KY. jrhey agreed in the written compact those things which will in the Internal Revenue. to hold sponding increase Whisky ozperts expect a further advance forever bar any de In the price of whisky, if the Courts The only paint made containing decomposed cedar wood products, whieh give to it tho clastic qualities that enables it to withstand tho contraction and expansion brought about by varying weather conditions. Manufactured solely by tho NEW PAINT FACTORY, nominational controversy and differences, and agreed to bury the things which they differed uphold They PAINT! PAINT! half PAINT! of THE HENDRIGKSON COMMERCE STREET. the decision of Secretary Bonaparte. upon and emphasize the things they agreed upon figure out that Kentucky has already gained $18,000,000 by the decision. Mcst of the ind which are fundamental to tho Christian Kentucky whisky is held in the Fourth distiict. are going if yon are If you to use justton have your bouse pikinted, or appreciate going pint Paint, wo will your trade. Call for prices. J. JAMES WOOD & SON. painting. USTEstimatcs cheerfully furnished, and work completed for all kinds TELEPHONE No. 035. of m ; Kia KJJA ZJ Vf I mr& m m . m W m a C . O MJhfldren YOU m Especially night coughs. Nature needs a v JL little help to quiet the irritation, conifbl the r m V KJ inflammation, check the progress of the dis ease. Our advice is give the children Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask your doctor if this is his advice also. He Knows best. Do as he says. wo bare no aserot i ws pnousa J. u.Arerco. therormulofllourpreprtlon.. Lowell, i Mui J MONEY LOST DON'T ARE KING, FOR "LIVES OF GREAT MEN REMIND ALL Wall I CI VSl' The story of bow Marshall Field amassed his great fortune may be told In a few words. He had something to sell and advertised It. Mrs. G. M. Williams of West Front "rarest U The bnrley tebacco growers of Clark connty Rapid growth of the fingeraails is a sign of Mrs. F. C. Jacksen of Lexington, en route ill from the effects of a rising on her hand... home from Cedar Rapids, gave birth to a son on have pooled 3,300 acres, which is about 95 of good health. a Big Four train, and ahe is now lying danger-oasl- y the crop crown in the county. A woman calls it news if she tells it and Mrs. Crisp, widow of the late Cbas. F. ill at St. Vincent's Hospital at Indianapolis. Bcandal if anybody else does. Speaker of the House of Representatives, is COUNTRY PRODUCE dead at Americas, Ga. The Henderson Route in Kentucky is to Today's Quotations By E. Zj. Manchesrate law. have the benefit of the Indiana The steamship Korea, sailing from Saa ter, Keystone Commercial Co. Francisco Tuesday for the far East, carried happiness missed in There has been a lot of Prices ot ected at 9 o'clock this morning. the first batch of more than 100 American this world by worrying about getting it. Flor80 Tn;eys, per E... school teachers who are to be sent out to the ida .lbo Chickens, per fi BUY IF YOU Philippines between now and June 1, on which 100 Datter, per lb Neither individual nor race has any more en- date the new school year in the islands will YOUR Eggs, per dozen 12Hc 40o per dozen , Babbits during anchor 'ban an impelling belief in things begin. hoped for, but not seen. Times-Unio- Cri" C JpPCr vW stock, all now patterns, nnd lings nt CHESAPEAKE iifiiiii From us. Wo nro also for Brick, Llmo, Cement and Sand. Airents for tho famous Ivory "Wall Plaster. Yours for business, licad-quartcrs The child of Geo. Hunn was burned to death near Harrodsburg Tuesday while playing with matches. The Ohio Board of Pardons of the Stato Reformatory have granted paroles to G9 inmates effectivo in two months. Gage marks 19.9 and rising. ? S SHORT TALKS BY-- L. T. COOPER. MEDICINE. . . RYDER. Phono 185. AND OHIO RAJLWAY. Schedule In effect Nov.SM, 1906, Subject to change without notice. Central time. r Second Street. btionery lie. Umveput prices This Is certainly not going to bo In mtnllntnnint anla liAnn.n vua so low you will be almost ashamed to buy, but Limited for Olnclnuntl, InlInnnpoll8, St. Louis, Chicago, Loulxvllle, Nimlivllle, Memphis, "West nnd Southwest 0:3 turn, 3:30 p m, dally. West Virginia Kxpross for Cincinnati. 10:10 a ra, week days. Local for Cincinuntl. ff:30 a m, 8:55 a m, week days; 4:10 p in, dally. Limited for "WftuhliiRton, llnttimore, 1'hlU ndolphln, Mew York, ltlohuioml, Old Point nnd Norfolk. 1:35 p m and 10:55 p m, dally. West Virginia .Express for lllntou. 10:10 a m, week days. Local for Illnton, 0:33 a m, week days. Local tor Hnntlugton. 0:33 a ra, dally; 5:35 pm, weekdays. Hon. John W. Yerkes will continue to repre- The Boaz Memphis. 3 on her way S sent Kentucky as a member of the National to Pittsburgh from Republican Committee, for the next year at least. An English expert says that coal smoke is killing thousands of persons annually and that the lungs of hundreds of dead in London were black to their innermost recesses. Tho Keystone State passes up this evening 5 for Pittsburgh. PHONE 143. many days. j s Tho Cruiser will bo running again She's a good boat yet. before Tuberose, Caladium and Dahlia Lean Mttjivllle. Maysville. Maysville. Maysville GOME AND 'LOOK! don't delay; We will not say a word. Thoy will not stay with us long, so come at once, u Arrive south. Lexington 8:35 a ra 0:05am Lexlngton,..12:00knoon 1:20 pin Lexlqgton 4;Z0pm 3:85 pm Lexington 0:35 p ra 5:40 a ra JIOllTII, JOHN G. PEGOR PHARMACIST. No, 23 West Second street. Lexington.,,, 5:00k a ra Maysville Lexington 7:05 a m Maysville Lexlngton..ll:00kam Lexington Maysville 5:35 p ra 8:25 a m 10:00k a in, 2:00k pm Maysville.,..,.. 8:35 p m BULBS BEST QUALITY ONLY. C. $ The City of New York has $193,650,000 J The Charles B. Pearce passed up with the worth of publio utilities now under construction. showboat, Big Sensation, from Southern waters. This does not include tho cost of running the ? i 0 city government, which is now about Theodore C. Poe, the well known Pittsburgh a year. river prophet, was married a few days ago to Here is a novel kick: The Uillersburg Farmer Mrs. Mary J. Kellogg. asks, why richly upholster the chairs near the v 3 s Price's Floating Queen will pass down the pulpit and leave the pews bare? The minister Ohio some time next month, heading for the stands most of the time, and the pew is one of the few places where a man has a chance to Mississippi river and its tributaries. sleep. & s i $135,-000,00- rHAlfKFOBT AND CIHCIMNATI BA1I.WAT. Bea&Doun JTrankfott, Georgetown, VIA FAHIB AMD K. 0. Oarllilian itayivilU Iliad Vp. F. K. 7!20 S:35 6: sis boats and ten barges, St. Louis boasts of the largest and loudest and the Fallie, with fourteen barges passed whistle in the world. This whistle blows a down. The Fallie will remain at Cincinnati as e blast at half steam and with a favor-abl- o the towboat of tho River Coal Company for wind has a disturbing power of twenty that harbor. miles radius. It costs $1 every time it is blown. Tho Iron Age, with ten-mil- fe Challenge Comparisons V ' -- TJSK- Fix I 1:47 8:35 8:11 4:00 i:oo 8il5 OILER KING FLOUR State National Bank, OP MAYSVILLE, KY. 7:) IQiSOa 0:00 A.M. A.M. fl:so Lv.... Frankfort., ,... Al 11:35 7:13 " ....Georgetown,...M " 9:oi 8:80 7:50 it MfHtWI Paris UMWM, ,I' 11:43 ".....Wlnonester...- -, 7:09 ' 8:50 ".. --...Maysville 5:45 ' Oynthlana 8:34 ' P. X. 13:54 it 7:90 ...RtohnSond. ...... ' P. Dieterich & Bro. MARKET STREET. ... .... 3:4t l:&6 6:01 lilt PHONE r 152. The towboat Delta is the second fire suffered by the Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company lately, The big towboat John Moron was burnod at Padneah last week. The Uoren was valued at $50,000, and was nearly a total less. Tliire Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other clUeine put together, and until the In it few years was supposuil to bo Incurable, Koragreut m my ears doctors pronounced It a local dlseaso ami prescribed looal remedies, aud by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and thereforerequlresconstltutlonaltreatmeut. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K.J, Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is takeu Internally In doses from lOdrops to a teaspoonful, It acts directly on the blood and muoous surfaces of tho system. They offer one hundred dollars for anyoaso It falls to oure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J, tMENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, lit. Take llall'aMamlly Pills' for constipation. J ,..Clnolnntl.... " 3:65 At a firo in New York Tuesday, four men men were burned to death, 250 horses perished, 12 firemen were injured, several engines wero wrecked by collision with streetcars, several thrilling rescues from burning structure; all resulting iu a loss of ovor $300,000. The convention which nominates a Republican candidate for Railroad Commissioner mots today at Mt. Sterling. Hon. A. T. Slier, the present incumbrent, will be nominated by acclamation, although the newspapers say that R. 1!. Patrick of Floyd county U also in the race. Special Request. fflTn antwering tuivertUemtntt appearing in tto columni o thii paper, or when buying gooili from a merchant whott adx ertUementappeari in thti paper, our readert are etptciaUil requeited to itate that thev taut the advertiitnent in Tub Public Lkdqeii. Thie will cart you nothing, and it wilt be gratefully appreciated by both the advertiser and the Editor. Spring is Here! cities, composed of llelt ....Duckies, Combs, llracelets, Hatpins. Chains, Lookets. DouHfall to seo the new Tortone Gold Inlaid Back Comb, It Is the nearest ....approach to genuine tor- toise shell ana has an ln laldornamentof, solid gold, of the latest Spring and Summer Jew elry and Nov- - And an entirely new line Capital ft'toek, $100,000 Rnrpliu,.,........, 80,00 hxO ,4 QXSEBAZ JIANKIX SAMUEL M. HALL OF BUBZNXSS Mil W.PORTER. PORTER j.y.ciiMMin&r & CUMMINGS ppJtt Pmldei JAB. N, KIRK sl"Vioe-Pri- i. 4 FUNMAL DIRECTORS, DAN 17ERRINE, - flPJ. teeotta Urtei. , r MAxarxzLX, t V '' xn THE JEWELER. West Swid Strett, The California legislature has just voted in favor of full suflrage for women by a vote of 10 to 15 in the Senate and 47 to 23 in the We have sold and aio selling House. Many organizations of women had quantities of these famous medici' petitioned for the measure, and four out of tho five political parties had pit t woman suffrage CHENOVr plaok in their Statu puifur-us- . It's curious what some people believe ( medicine will do. They seem to think because I advertise my preparations I claim they will cure anything and everything. Well, Tdon't. The other day 1 got a letter from a woman who said her husband had been in bed eighteen years with paralysis. She had bought seven bottles of the ' mi Cooper medicines and her husband MISS ISAACSON. was still in bed. She stated that I was a scoundrel, a robber , and various other pleasant things. Now the only thing I claim for Cooper's New Discovery is that it will put the stomach in working order. I know that if this is done, rheumatism, constipation, kidney and liver troubles, nervousness, and the general tired out, despondent feeling will disappear in ninety-nin- e cases out of a hundred. I know this medicine to be a fine tonio which used twice a year will throw off impurities and add flesh, strength and tone to the entire system. But it vill not do the impossible. No medicine on earth will do more than help nature. Certain diseases are beyond all medicine, although God in his wisdom may some day give us frail humans a knowledge of how to cure them. At present I know Cooper's New Discovery to be as thoroughly efficient a medicine as was ever on the market, and people who will take it for the common ills to which flech is heir will be more than satisfied. Here is a letter from one who has tried: "For long time I have suffered from severe headaches, weakness, and pains in my back and sides." "Nothing I tried gave me relief, and a friend advised me to try your medicine. I improved from the first week. My back ache and headache left me and I felt myself growing stronger. My appetite increased and I fait greatly improved in every way. I am indeed thankful for tho benefit I bavo received," Miso Jenni Isaacson, No. 18 15th Avenue, "W Duluth, Minn. 41 S ff j n i to .a .' 17R rM i x THOMAS J. tMF 1 j tr, ' - "m .v mjltW, . i ..a...... ,A&ULft4bEVdtlb.2HL ...! 00 "".$ i14 "mL&!.. ..i mw :y'':mk'cmmkm w . .. V - f j EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN ft.1 ft' Ij YoUM Men's DP ( Suits Which should command the attention and serious consideration of every young man who wishes to be well dressed at little cost. Snappy, original styles that will give splendid service. Here are Suits at $10 to $20 for young meu that are way above what you would expect for the money. They are advancad styles, made to fit, stay in shape and weartoyour custom-tailored ''' Plans are on foot at Louisville fcr a now Mrs. Cella Ann Banks, en route to Jackson, Y..M. 0. A. building to coat $250,JXX). stepped' in front of a moving train on' the C. and Q. at Winchester Tuesday and was faThe Ledger regrets to report the serious tally injured. illness of Mr. Lake Dudley Franklin of Dover, Sam Robb Ireland, onco a bodyguard for now very low in a Norfolk, Virginia, hospital. Ha was taken sick with fever, which later President McKlnloy and who was run out of produced a hemorrhage of the bowels and Franco after teaching Frenchmen to play poker, pneumonia developed. He has the best nurs- is dead in Washington. He was born in Ashing and attention and though very ill, his land and his body has been taken thero for burial. friends hope for the best. V.I Seasonable Goods ' - ' r ri'r .'-..';' . 't i . "rti.o.i,) v i v i'i'-''7aW19ffl"'fl.Pa.aff!- ! .'. . ,rr- i. - i . i t. wrt7"j r iV6TB'&SSJBr;SA'l ..!t'?ri;T93lll;'eJIB.:l!tra!iff3BI(Ki' am c;' ."Mffii.i t , ..' ' '''ii.".;'W-fj'i''ai.''irf,.wff'iKfs- jr. ' jiuk.n V r j . X ' - 4t ( I ' ' - "'"" ' "" ' '" """ ! ..-People jf . .. T .'!.' II ". .Fwl(.fl .dM.Mk i.i . ,H 4lk l II $ '(ijuohmi. Advtrtiionentt urn. Ijave Von seen tbe Spring Dress Goods at Ijoeflicb's? 39c buys lovely Silks, everywhere 50c yard. 50c buys stylish checks in Sicilians and Wool Goods. ' Me htaiinot e "lie Wanted." "Situuttot Wanted," "Zeit" and '"Tound," and not exceedxu three lines in length, are FMEE to all. No Charge! without pny. Kflio DimlnrM AdTcrllnrmonU liuerte If not, don't put it off another day. Scarcest goods rf's EBENEZER PRESBYTERY Deliv- SONG BIRDS IS amieert fail to come the ftrit time, xee invite a, many repelUiom at are neceitarv t ieatie what tou ndvertite or. We with adierHiert to feel that thev are not impoting on u by Uilng our ret eolUmnt. must urnith copy, which can b. left at th office or tent by mail, Wdtrtieri . Rev. Rhodes of Washington ered Openino Sermon in tho country. 60 styles of Belts from 10c to 75c. The Choristors of tho Forest Should Largest stock of Neckwear and Ribbons in town. Be Protected Not Killed Get a Standard Fashion Sheet free. Designer 10c, SAVE THE DIFFERENCE; THE FVBLW LEDGER, Ko. 10 East Third Btrett Wanted. Advertitemenlt under thit heading, not exceeding live Unci, 10 ctntt each insertion, or to centt a week. 1007 catalogue explain WANTED-MEN-O- ur teach 'barber trado In few weeks: galled free. MOLER I1ARUKB COLLEGE, St. apr20 lw LoulOIo. size IR UV BOOTS-RubWANTED-PAstate price. HUGH S. YOUNG, Mt. Olivet, Ky. aprl3 lw bor; liking. GEO. H. FRANK & There are those who nre ignorant of the fact that it is against the law to kill a song or Church, Covington, delivered the opening ser- insectlverous bird, and in order that they may mon of the Ebenezer Presbytery Convention no loDger plead a lack" of knowledge In the matter The Ledger reproduces the law bearwhich will remain in session until today. Rev. H. R. Overcash of the Crittenden and ing on the subject, which reads as follows: Lebanon Churches was chosen Moderator, to "No person shall catch or kill or have in his night Rev. P. S. Rhodes of Washington, Tuesday at the Madison Avenue Presbyterian BUY OF ROBERT L. HOEFLICH, Sole Agent For American Beauty CorsoU, Soros's Skirts, Bnstor Brown Stooklnira and Standard Paper Pattern 211 and 213 Market Street. jielp Wanted. CO. succeed Rev. W. W. Akers of this city. of the Convention. Rev. possession, dead or alive, any song or insectlverous bird. Any violation of this law shall The Big 4. Advertliementt under thit heading inserted but advertisers mutt furnish the copy. WANTED-SCnoOLTEACHER-For fn H. M. Scudder, D. D., of Carlisle is the Clerk P.UBLICliSLEDGER MAY8V1LZ.B, ear Yesterday the delegates Foreign Missions were heard. took up the rou-tin- e be subject to a fine of $25 and imprisonment TMtttes' Waiting Jloom. Fancy Turnouts. for thirty days." Another section reads: "No Phone 174. person shall rob or destroy the nests or eggs of any wild bird whatsoever, under penalty of $25 for each offense." The law is a good and rightoous should be enforced to the very letter. one and business, and last night the report on (. & ..- KT. J. T. DR. M. L. LANDMAN, CENTRAL HOTEL. j Ky. Pleas School District No. S7. W. R GIRVIN. Sprlngrtale, Chairman. apr258t ANTED HOY To learn the drug buslncsr V y nyyiy m linenowein a urug more. ANTED GIRL To do general housewr Appiy ai vzs uasi second street. Sft w w - :, ?(-- gtarogspottdewce SALEM. A, A. Pumpeliy was at Fernleaf Sunday. Miss The counties represented are Bourbon, Boyd, Bracken, Boone, Fleming, Grant, Greenup, Kenton Mason, Lewis and Nicholas. LIVERY, SALE AND I0ARDINQ STABLE Our Prices aro tho Cheapest In City. Uaysville, How a Sutton Street, Sear Second, TUUKSDAY, For Rent. 1007 Advertisements und'r this heading, not ezceedtn tlvt lines, to cents each insertion, or 60 cents a uetl "CIOR RENT STORAGE-Ap- ply to Mrs. HUN J.-- TIJKor Mr. EUOCH POWELIj, at tho Old Gold Mills and Warehouse. apr21 3t MAT JSil, Annie Dillon is visiting relatives Monday at on Rev. J. I. Blackburn of Covington and Rev. man with a heart in him can find an excuse J. P. Whitehead of Newport of the Northern for slaughtering doves, red birds, and others Presbytery, were admitted as corresponding of liko character, is past finding out. Some members. Sardis. - uen J- who claim to be exemplary Christians take and Elbert Hanson was at Maysville delight in slaying birds of tho above descrip- U business. e E. A. Hill and wife were visiting at Sunday. Born to the wife of Gilbert Fronch Tuesday a 2 pound boy. Landy Hamilton and wife of Sardis visited relatives here Sunday. Need-mor- TF you want to keep "voiled." read the I tion. It is cruel 'and wrong, nevertheless, SPRING! ready-to-wear Advertisements under this hrnrttnn.nnt rrritin. Ave lints, 10 cents each insertion, or B0 cents a week. TTIOR SALE-EG- For Jafe. t333V4M4(9 advertitemenlt in The Ledger. They are a part of Maytvulet daily local hittory. should not be tolorated. a penchant for robbing bird nests and destroying eggs will take notice and Boys who have govern themselves accordingly. Jonas Hicks and wife are rejoicing over the son. .arrival of a Miss Nora Henson has been quite sick, but INTEREST MONEY . lis improved at this writing. Born to the' wife of Charles Wilson one day daughter. last week a you Jiavo Is tho easiest money you can possibly earn, and IfWe paid any surplus blame. $2,027.02 to alono are and do not set Interest on It youDeposits to year. last It costs you nothing to our depositors on their Savings wo will take your account, largo or small, vlth open an account with ua, and equal pleasure. I1b SHOES ! Leghorns, bred to lay. Mcinti? comb With its bright sunshine, its budding flowers and singing X' setting Brown or $2.50 per bnndred for Incu of 15, ators. OnW limited number for sale. Orders, birds, will soon admonish its that a new season is nigh. taken for March, April or May delivery. EU matter for con- GENE RARKLEY, 'phone 122. The suit for spring is now an marl 8m sideration, and we take great pleasure in cordially inviting I710R ply W AND to JAS. every man, boy or parent who will have clothing to buy V T. TOLLIVER, 125 Wall street. apr!6 lw during the coming season to call at our store for the purand Brooder, In gc pose of looking at and examine the greatest line of HAND . condition. A bargain. Inquire at LIMESTONE DISTILLERY Clothing ever offered in this TAILORED, town. Wo are also showing everything that's new in ost. Hats and Haberdashery. nt GS FOR nATCniNG Sligla SALE-CO- CALF-Ap- SALE-iInoub- ator Advertisements tinder this hendinn fattrfrrf but advtrtittrt must furnish tht copy. a-- a P The reason: We In money and key. St. Patrick's and Fleming pike. Contained I2.S0 Return to this office. ' We told you Arthur Henson and wife of Shannon were visiting relatives here Saturday and Sunday. ' Mr. W. L. Woodward and mother of Tangle-tow- n were the guests of Mrs. Emily Hill Sunday. Mrs. Mary Galbraith and daughter were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Emma Case of Tangle-tow- n Sunday. Mrs. Emma Martin was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Florence Weodward of Tangle- town Monday. Misses Mary H. Henson and Jennio Osborne of Abigail were the guests of Miss Anna Woodward Sunday. Mitchell, Finch Resources. 1905 1906 1907 & Co.'s Bank Deposits. weeks and we are already last week about our Shoes. We were just a r little anxious about the new venture, but the phenomenal LJ leave at this office. sales wo have made have relieved our anxiety'. Only two LOST-GOPIN Set with LD Please aprlg lw are selling tho BEST 8HOES MADE. All things are ready. Come. Your money back if not satisfied. li, OOtt BUSINESS INCREASES AS FOLLOWS: jx- $172,033 53 1905 $264,213' 59 1906 $419,389 79 1907 $135,368 97 J. WESLEY LEE, THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN, N. E. Cor. Second and Market. DODSON purple flower, ,b Christian Church and Ramey lions'1 Please return to this office. apr!9 lw OST CLASS PIN Blue and white enamel; J Initials M. II. S. '05. Return to this office. apr!7 lw LD BRACELET With seal and ' LOST-GO"A.," Monday p m. Finder will pie. return same to JAMES II. HALL, Jr., and rece reward. apr!7 lw In Second street. $190,984 29 Found. Advertisevients under this headirg inserted but advertisers must urnish the copy. ret; $339,817 67 BUILDING. FOUND-MU- FF A Co.'s. &, m Owner can get same at F. aprl7 lw wVsv XaX SisiS. sis. a XaJx jvjBy&ysts v .XvxX.yr.' .aix. yvnV "V r v w 2utest ' Cincinnati, April 23, 1VU7. $lavUzt& FM,h near-bstock, round lots. UK...... Held stook, loss off ... O aoo,e 0 mqob. Daring the baseball season tbe weather m has to endure almost as much odium as f umpire who is down on the home team. TWICE-TOLD It Goes Without Saying That every housekeeper desires to make her home as attractive as possible. It's our mission to help her accomplish this at the least possible cost. No home need be unattractive while we are offering such great bargains in Furniture. Prices cannot be found that will Good Printing Cheap f Cheap Printing Good DAVIS . M.05t6.65 Goodtooholoeshlppers.. Extra Butcher steers, good to choice 4.C65.3 . 6.855.60 Extra 3.6ft31. &0 Common t fair.. 4.0oe5.00 Hellers, goodtooholoe.-..- .. 6.105.25 Extra. 2.753.85 Common to f 3.151.25 Cows, good to ohoioo.... . 4.35444.60 ...... .. Extra...... Common to f l.S53.40 Scalawags.. 1.252.70 oattlb. .L.... TESTIMONY. Duok ...... ,.. m.........w... rouLTBT. 18 lr........... cJlX.vbb. Springers Fryers Hens Reosters Dnoks, old ,.... O... 14 IS Maysvlllo People Aro Doing All Can for Fellow Sufferers. lluysville testimony lias prove tbe merit of Doan'e Kidney Pills t in Maysville who suffer from .bad backs ney ills. Lest any sufferer doubt that made by Doan's Kidnoy Fills are th' lasting, we produce confirmed pr ments from Maysville people sayii cures they told of years ago were Here's a Maysville case: Henry Bertram, shoemaker, of ? street, Maysville, Ky., says: "I believe everybody io Maysri the papers the testimony I guve-i- t about Doan's Kidney Pills, for I ha again and again by residents of thi statement were true. For tbe b( sons who may now be suffering f kidney trouble I repeat my testimc illgot Doan's Kidney Pills I bad stiff, time with backache and a tired feel' ing aching in and about the kidney shoemaker, I thought my trouble wa my work for every time I took col( In my back. Doan's Kidney Pills me of tho trouble and never, from this, have I bad any cause to com back or kidneys. Doan's Kidney P exactly what they promise, and I in my opinion there is no remedy fi, orders equal to Doan's Kidney PiILv Forsalobyalldealeri. Price BOcen , roster-Milbur-n Co. .Buffalo, N. Y.,iole been-publi- c -- 1' ... 13 ...... .................. alr........... ........... 3.65(4.25 Ballt,bolognas.... largo....... H0Qg. Spring turkeys Geese, per No,s dozen........... whbat. ... .... . 60. .. 13 10 11 I5.007.00 7S 74 62 79 7fl as compare with ours when quality is considered. If you are in need of furniture it will be to your financial advantage to consult us before buying, for wo can interest you in both price and quality. ill N3 m Extra Fair to good. ...... Common and .....m...l7.260 6.007.00 3.00&6.75 .... No. 3 red, new and old winter...- No. 4 red winter............. "a ...... ..... - ..... rif No. 3 white....... No. 2 white mixed....... No- corn. .. .. 68 49K 48 47 Beleoted, medium and heayy s wbo. .... 48H 48K Good'toohoioepaokers .......... Mixed paokers ... a,.. I6.906.95 0.808.90 6.e00.80 5 No. 2 yellow "-- Common to oholoe heavy sow- s- 4ism 6.60S6.25 258.65 No. 3mied... No 3 mlleu '"low ...-- r & A. F. DIENER Furniture Dealers Market Street. a THIS IKDGKK loads in Light shippers ..... Plgs-1- 10 lbs and less... White ear ellow ear..- Mixed ear....-.....-..,..- .... -- ........ ..... 47H 47 BI gj 51 53 56 53 Extra J. ......... m. 5.255.85 &fO ocWtu-tb-sa- Good to ohoioe Common to lair 3,005.00 , 2' No. No. OATS. N.0, 8 4 "v!6' wto white D9W . K46 ... 42Ji44 Ledger Building. Extra light fat butoheM.... Goodtocholceljeavy Common to V.W 7.0087. 0 SoJKS""" 4mlxed... 40 -. 2'M I2 t MAYSVILLE, KY. Work Done When Promlitd. fair..... ..... 6.806.85 . Wlnterpatent Wlnterfanoy. Winter family Extra ........... Low grade....-...-...- "onu. it- - ........ ......-. --- -. . Spring patent...Sprlngfanoy...-....-...-....-. - -..- ..-.-... W53 nil, and is tho favorite paper of the people. Sprlngfamlly.. Rya.oity.. ....-- .. 13.503.85 3.10J.B0 2.703.00 2.402.60 . 2.203.40 4.504.70 3.653.70 . 3.303.40 . hat. Ohoioetlmothy.........- Bye,Northwestern..-..- .. ..-......-.- ..-.. 3.403.50 3.403.80 Ko. 1 No. J timothy . .... . No. 3 timothy No. 1 olover mixed...-.- .. ...... No. I olovermixed...-....-.- .. No. I olover...-....-....- -.. . No. 3 olover...-.- .. ......-1 timothy, new No. No. 2 timothy, new No. 3 timothy, new tlraothy.....M...... I18.75!0.50 20.0020.50 18 6018.75 15.5016.00 17.2518.50 15.2517.50 18.00ai7.00 . 15.0016 00 20.00(320.50 fortheUniteddtatei. Rememberthe name other. Doin'i and I8.B018.76 15.5016.00 t SURELY NO ONE WANTS WET FEET. FARMERS, m .'Hi we Can Show You an 01d Fashioned, HandMade, Soft Kip They only cost you $2, and will wear you from now until boot time. in a11 SHOE That will keep your feet dry. Cohen's. arar ttjg dan Wi4 if UNUSUAL BARGAINS kin08u;Lt7back tfaction or .,..... - j j' s i4.v , j:. liaw,Jr,, - , , t -. i t. : ?. jt . x r tw- . . juw. -- iir'i.jiJ"r .. m , st wv-- v . ivmps v 'viswywiwmw sbimwvv ' wvrawmpw MftvnfwnnnHRv1'1 piMfPMiivfnw