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You make no mistake when you get Bread from J. C. Cablish & Bro. We are exclusive agents for Buster Brown Bread. RESOLVED, world-wid- e ' V SKPV3MCAN V,f C. CABLISH & BRO. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 3McCartheys Cut Glass at popular prices. -- j,x- - muvm MAYSVILLE, KT., WEDNESDAY, AD GUST 28, 1907 Georgetown rink. is to have a $10,000 0 mid 8 BAST THIRD STREET, MASONIC TEMPLE BDItDINO. I r skating ? . I COAL! ; 1 flWa Llda Berry will resume her music class Monday, Septembr 9th. The Democratic campaign is to be formally opened Saturday at Lexington. Mr. L. C. White and family have moved f rem East Second to a residence in Fifth street. Miss Jennie H. Moore will meet any pupils who wish to study with her Monday, September 9th. Further information may be obtained by addressing her at Auditorium Studio,301corner Seventh and Elm streets, Cincinnati. TIIK KARRUOI LICENSE, , You ROt back, maiia, from de town? You fotch my ma'yage license down? De'm license read for Sal and met ' Dat's a pity, massa, 'caze you see 4 Sloco you been gone I change my mla' dome and see us before placing your order for your winter supply of coal. , And conclude I'll marry Adeline.' Des you take dem license and change de name, And lcinrae ma'y on 'em all de same. You can,t do dat? Cost me two dollars mo' 1 Oh, no, sah, maisal No, sah, not Des leave de name dat's writ dar Sal's, "Caze dar ain't twb dollars dllTunce 'twlit dem Rats I IH H We also handle AOMB, AGATITE and IVORY -- Martha Young in The Circle. III 1 Wallplaster, ! Hon. A. E. Willson, candidate for Governor on tho Ropabllcan ticket, will speak in Paris on Tuesday, September 17th. Tbe class which is now under instruction by . Brick, Sand and Salt. MAYSVILLE PHONE SBCretghbaum, Mr. Thomas L. Best of near this city has a record that possibly no one can beat. The annual Fair at Germantown began d today, and In all that long period Mr. Best has The K. of P.'a Widowb' and Orphans' Home at missed but one yearly exhibition, with one exLexington, after having $5,000 spent for re- ception attending the Old Reliable each year pairs and Improvements, will be opened for tbe since its organization. reception of inmates about October lBth. Temple Hill, the famous old residence of Next month Is the first of the "R" months Governor Beriah Magoffin in Mercer county, and of course oysters will be in season but tbe caught fire in an unknown manner and was local dealers hear from Baltimore that the burned to thq ground. The property was bivalves will be scarce this year. The crab by Robert E. Goddard, the horseman. owned season is fast drawing to a close and next The family was away when the conflagration month the oysters will begin coming into the took place. Nothing in the building was saved. local market. Loss $10,000, covered by insurance. fifty-thir- Mies Josephine Archdeacon, daughter of James Archdeacon, and Mr. Homer Rankin, aged 19, both of Carlisle, eloped to Jefferson-villIt is said that crap Bhooters are in clover at Ind., Monday, but on account of their Lexington. The proprietors own property, youth were refused a marriage license. An wear fine clothes and diamonds. unsuccessful effort was made to get some one to tie the knot at Louisville, and the young Only $1, That's All. man then directed bis efforts toward getting 5'pound milk can full of Bell Coffee. the consent of his father in order to wed in M. C. Rcssell Co. Indiana. If jrnn Iinrn nn Hem or nena, pleaac mil np The Ledger, Telephone 33, nnd lei a have It. e, STOP LO OK We have a larjre stock or FLOORING. WEATHEK-BOAUDINWINDOWS, DOOKS, BLINDS, MOULDING, POUCH WORK and other DKESSEI) LUMBER that wo want to move at rncc. To do so wo are going to make some very low cash prtccfl. Anyone contemplating nsclng lumber now or in tho near fatnro wltl make money by seeing as; Phono 00. H. H Collins Lc7b??: 1 f. V?' (Father Flynn at Minerva will receive the first Holy Communion on Sunday morning September .8th at 8 o'clock. The many friends of Mr. Charles Wood, a former Mason county citizen now residing at 4 COAL 142. G CO. Augusta, will be pleased to learn that he is re- covering from his recent serious illness. He is aoWvisitlng his sister in the county. , -- . Tailor, No. E. Second st A Word About Our College Brand Clothing Keep Men Young- - At a glance you will see how far the artists of the shears and needle have progressed in the past few years; you will see clothes that only vast institutions can afford the variety we show. You will appreciate the grace, drape and precise fit of each garment. You will find money in your pocket and value on your back if you come to us for your fall wardrobe. Young gentlemen who are about to go back to school we particularly invite to come in and look through our "College Brand" Clothes. mason County Court. In the County Court yesterday Charles lingford qualified as Committee of Wal- The clothes that 'J ! "h n f THEATORIUM Entire change of program tonight. PLAY BALL James, Rolla, Helen and Frank Wallingford, who were declared imbeciles and incompetent to trans- On account of rain Tuesday the game of ball the Elks and Maysville Stars was postponed until today at 3 p. m. act business for themselves. Bond with J. W. Wallingford as surety. was given ' a ir y-Mr'm- yTp the prnivrp. store1. -- rr "sLmJWLwJBLJIL. --o. mcjrmunrimmmmrTTiT. ncrinca vacr j-t in rw iui JJLJWtJ pnriry"p, u- ivx Mf vr .rv.sv.. S& ' -- OUR SECOND SEMI-ANNUA- GREAT JZ&TL. T. Gaebke & Co. have just received their first shipment of Peacock Coal. The Germantown Fair commences today and a record-breakin- g exhibition is expected. At Louisville, Pittsburgh coal had advanced Paris citizens are clamoring for a new L. and N. Depot. from $3 75 to $4 a ton. three-year-ol- a L CLEARANCE SALE 1 Elder W. E. Mlnyard, Pastor of the Christian Church at East Union, Nicholas county, has left with his family to accept a call to preach at Jonesborougb, Ark. d The son of A. B. McKinneyof It cost the American Government $2,554,970 Thursday is a big day; Friday is "Equity Day" and Saturday the greatest day of all, winds up in addition to the regular ordinary expense to Salt Lick, Bath county, left alone in a room the 63d annual exhibition of one of the oldest keep the American Army of Cuban pacification where there was a box of matches, set fire to hi3 clothing and was fatally burned. in that island during the fiscal year of 1907. and most popular Fairs in Kentucky. .'"! Begins Monday, August 2th, And continues until every job in our bouse is sold. Last summer we contracted for extra advertising space in order to draw your attention to our sale; advertised a great and sweeping clean-u- p sale; stuck to the letter to what we advertised, and as a result had the most satisfactory Buggy Sale ever held in Maysville carrying over one buggy only. This yjjar we do not intend to have one rig left in our repository, and are marking the vehicles at Buch ridiculously low prices, and backing them up with such a strong guarantee, that you cannot help but buy if you are needing a rig of any kind. The case is this: We have the Vehicles and need the money; you have the money and need the Vehicles. Now is your opportunity. We include in the sale all Buggies, Runabouts, Surreys, Phaetons and Carts in our repository. Don't you think it will pay you to investigate? Bargain Bits 25c Embroidered Belts 15c. 15c Windsor Ties 7sC. LOW CARPET PRICES Buy any of these standard grades when regular autumn prices rule and you'll pay a great deal more than you will for these. Investigate. Axminsters, Velvets Body Brussels, Tapesteries, Wiltons, Ingrains, m w ?? Y m ;i" GREAT WAIST SALE India linon Shirtwaists, pin tucked and embroidery or lace trimmed, full sleeve attractively finished; 79c iormerly $i to 50c Black Silk Girdles 10c. 12Ac Linen Collars for boys, men 12c dozen. $i. Mike Brown THE "SQUARE DEAL" MAN. EAST SECOND STREET. MAVSVILLE, U &"A makes Sewing Machines at Gerbrich's. -- 50c White lisle, 39c. three-quart- er length Gloves SWISS CURTAINS Extra well made, figured Sviss, wide full ruffle 12c Dutch linen collars for women 5c. length 3A yards. $1.25. 'V; 35c Black silk Lace 10c. 35c Cream Net Lace 19c. 15c Nainsook Embroidery 10c. Mr. Will Harbeson left this morning to ac- -, cept a position with the O. and 0. railway Ruffled plain Swiss.3 yards long 75c. Plain Swiss with lace insertion and edge, $1.25 to $2.50. The above are all special values. If bought under existing prices they could not possibly be sold so low. Marshall Maltby has gone to take charge of a school in Knott county. Hon. A. D. Cole was elected Treasurer of DeKalb Lodge No. 12, 1. 0. 0. F., Tuesday night. Mrs. J. Stuart Wallingford Miss Annette Wallingford, Miss Frances Company. Estille Workman, a native of Robertson tcounty, and Miss Annie Guntber of Louisville were married Monday at Jeffersonvllle, Ind. 1S52 gCartmellextractB teeth without pain T-TT- T TSTT TMonnments! Murray & and daughter, are visiting friends , V Y and relatives at Middletown, Ohio. Paris Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Browning will entertain Democrat. with a dance at Beechwood Park tomorrow Harry L. Walsh, Byron Rudy, Dr. S. R. r, night jn honor ef their charming visitor, Miss James W. Outten, T. P. Boyce and W. P. .Mills of Chicago. Davis were elected Representatives by DeKalb The many friends of Mrs. C.E.Lew Is of East Lodge to tbe Grand Lodge, 1. 0. 0. F,, which Front street, who has been confined to her home meets at Georgetown in October. . 'for several months, will regret to learn that there is little improvement in this good woman's CHEAPER THAN OTHER GRADES. condition. Is "Alpha Flour" goes further and Bar-ove-- At Richmond, an injunction was sued out a Crane & Sbafer, Cox Building, are having a Miss Lida Sellers and Mr. Holt Bishop eloped day or so ago in the Madison Circuit Court to run on wall paper; also paints, oils, varnishes, brushes, etc. They offer the greatest bargains from the Ewiog Fair Saturday and were mar- restrain the city from collecting the special ever seen in Maysville. See ad. in ano'ther ried at West Union, 0. They returned home tax recently assessed on business men to mal e Monday and got the parental blessing. up tho revenue lost by the closing of saloons. column Pompadour toilet articles for sale at Sallie Wood's Drugstore. Phone 455. j!SJ-Stearn's Thomas. S 1907 IFYOUDOJNOTSAVE OUR STAMPSfiYou Are Throwing Away Money. GLOBE STAMP CO. better. 'Squire Miller of Oklahoma is atGermantowa today for the opening of the Fair. For thirty-fou- r " on the years he has been grounds, and is one of the faithfuls of the old organization. "bell-ringer- - Pat Gantley. HAYMAKERS! ATTENTION, W . Mrs. Lucy Brumet the young woman who shot and killed Algin Thomas, an aged man, near Mt. Sterling, was exonerated by the Coroner's Jury, which found that the woman shot in Jt is not probable that the family of tho dead man will prosecute the case further. -e. This is the Last Week of Our Clearance Sale So you had better take advantage of the ridiculous prices now. Fall goods are clamoring for room. Our Mr. Merz is now in New York purchasing the greatest line of. Cloaks, Suits and Fall Goods that Maysville has ever seen. Keep your eyes on the 0. and 0. freights and watch the boxes marked "MERZ "WW" All companions of Wyandotte Hayloft No. Si are invited to a called meeting to be held tomorrow night at the close of the regnlar Judge G. S. Wall returned from the West r tUonday. He visited friends in Chicago, but Council of Wyandotte Tribe, Redmen. Important business ooncerning the disposal unost of the time was spent with bis daughter of a numbor of "tramps"1 will come up. at Des Moines, Iowa. He reports fine weather All "tramps" who wish to learn the art of . and fine crops unless an early frost should He advises farm-er- a making bay by electrio light may present their kill the present prospects. to bold en to wheat, corn and oats, aa applications at this meeting accompanied by a (Prices are rapidly advancing. sufficient amount of straw. BROS." All Summer Goods must vacate this week. w V ORANGE MA1UIALADE Healthful nnd appetizing lor breakfast. SAUCES Min Tobasco, Lea & PWrin'fl, Pepper, Tomato. These vare line the beat in their clas, and will make your food taste donbly good, t Mm. OUT OF THE ORDINARV.me EUCHRED FIGSExtra nice for dinners and luncheon. . KINGS OF 'ggmMPIMfff 49. fi W, GEISE., 0JW1I K 6JM.IHKf ' r LOW PRICES MERZ BROS. . PROPS. BEE HIVE. i i . . I 'rffii tv V 5. rr'W;i- - fmmam wwmyiro Wimt &m VJLIXT ", '" SZOXFT BUND AT, FOUBTH OP JOLT, TIlArnrSQIVINQ, AND OnniSTMAS. $m ..3 00 TO MywA J! 3MW5 to,W tf' the onh) salvatidh of .our state is in a brilliant victory for the Republican FIREWORKS lufedong ticket. Aajor David Oastleman Democrat, who will this year vote the straight Reyublican ticket ERUPTION NIGHTLY TO BE WE ARE RIGHT THERE WITH THE GOODS. it 4 J OFFICK CVR.RAN, Editor and Owner. OF VESUVIUS nfcfTVODUCED. rUULIO LBDQEIt B0ILDINO, HAYRVIIXX, KT. SVBSORIPTIONS-B- One Tear.. Mx WootlK- -. Ttirco Monlli... .........,., Y MAIL. ..- A few days ago 1'iie Puhlio Ledger g New Fall Hats ' IN; NEWE8T NEW YORK IDEAS. pub- ..S3 A. ..ISO ... PELIVERED BY CARRIER. ATonf Payabto to Collector at end 0 CALL FQft REPUBLICAN Ctnti CONVENTION. lr w. By order ol tho Republican Executive Committee, the Republicans of Mason county are called to meet in mass convention on Monday, September 2d, 1907, at 2 o'clock vp. m., for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for , Representative from Mason county. W. D. Cochran, Chairman. A. M. January, Secretary. ' ,V, Kentucky is the tvorst governed state in the iUmon Courier' Journal. lished a dispatch from Mt. Sterling saying that Demo- Major David Oastleman, a life-loncrat and a brother of General John B. Oas Major OastlemaiUs tleman, had renounced Reasons for leaving his party and wonld the Democratic Party, vote the entire Repub-- , lican ticket next No vember. Here is what Major Oastleman himself has to say upon the subject in a recent letter to a friend "You are doubtless awaro that my entire family have e We Democrats from time immemorial. have never learned how to scratch a ticket. Personally, I do not propose to learn howito scratch. I shall vote the straight Republican ticket. "There are good political reasons for doing so. When the Democratic party makes common cause with it band of assassins; when the Democratic Governor seems to have promised immunity to the chief assassin in return for so many votes in the Democratic Senatorial primary; when the highest Court of our state, is apparently prostituted to political purposes, then the only thing left for the decent citizen is to destroy the party in which he was born. PAIN'S FAMOUS PYROTECHNICS One of the Mo6t Remarkable Amusements Ever Shown In the South. EME PRICES 79, $1.49, $2, $2.50. The last few weeks' sales made terrible inroads in our Sum mer Stocks; but we nre determined to sell them down to the lowest notch. A lot of Orpandies reduced from If o to Co. A lot of Swisses 10c. A lot of Silk Chiffons reduced from 3So 15 '. ; )t'""il j-- T'lfTn n r.nniamlla jjuuiawui TToroIrl 10 .u viqr.its noble purpose in opening a fresh air iM . .nJ.Ltni. nnW jo iuicuucu lflOIIlU IUX UlUtUClH Jiuu. uauics. ai in infnnnan w.i.'ip make it a permanent institution. ' Vinl-iA14- - "".uu tr , rin pnmirmnrlprl v wv.uu.v-- v been old-lin- ? 'If do not altogether trust your jmrly, the do trust Mr. Willson implicitly. Democrats) 'Iliaveliad occasion to find the same feeling 2W' vades the whole of Central Kentucky. i'n "j It seems to me that the only salvation for our K' E".V .state is in a brilliant victory for the Republican ti'gket Major David Castleman, prominent member of one of the first ;u '. democrat and Kentucky. n families of wfa '' J I - - an ugly word. But would it ass' ",v.t .V inot be very well to keep an eye on the Japs LI invading this country on the plea of learning ''V, "IDibtrust hat the same feeling of decency pervades the whole of Central Kentucky. "It scents to tne that the only salvation for our state is in a brilliant victory for the Republican ticket." t 1 I "Ihave had occasion to find "Iftrust not altogether trust your party, I do Mr. Willson implicitly. do io the American method of doing things? .Now CTEBTOGraroirommrocTigramiciftiiroiTOOTOt HOW TO GET KID OF AKTS. we. are informed that one "T. Saku, of Tokio, . Japan," has secured employment atElmendorf, "To make ants leave," says a contributor to Medical Talk, "put peppermint tea around the places where the how the American and is receiving instructions ants are." An improvement on this plan would be to thoroughbred is reared. First thing we know feed the ants on the tea, a teaspoonful to each ant every this Jap will be arrested for making a plat of ,hour until they leave. This failing, a few taps on the head with a tack hammer might be accepted by the ant as a hint to leave immediately. Wr Fort Boonesboro. 4 Wi ' '.' .... . . . ' v 'VM Mi If,. '.: $'' The Tbe Fayette Ctunty Teachers Institute is in A party of young people were bathing on the session at Lexington. beach near theCountylnfirmarjSandaj- afternoon - when one of tha ;oung women discovered she lit. J. was in a predicament ing Bult. about to lose her bath- street are preparing to M. Yelton and family of West Second move to Chattanooga, She was compelled to remain in the Tenn. $' B.: Df,'.. r pare Deal! Vi water until the masculine members of the party made themselves scarce. Bulletin. No. 2,603.1 REPORT OF NEW SKYSCRAPER Work of Demolishinii Coopor Building in Prorjre8S Contractors Will Rush Work The razing of tbe Cooper Building was begun " THE CONDITION That our President advocates is what faJiVwm a rm Id (rivn thn rVillrlrpn. This $ ': great country of ours offers untold pos- V. ,'Bibllities to the talented, jno aoubt '" F ;, or THE STATE NATIONAL BANK! At Maysvllle. In the itate of Kentucky, at the close of business August S2d, 1907. SV.. W:Z w.?-- . !,tf iX RESOURCES. yesterday and the work will be pushed until $113,581 El Loans and discounts 2,610 So Overdrafts, secured and unsecured tbe old structure is dismantled and demolished ties. 70,000 00 V. S. bonds to secure circulation.. 60,000 00 U. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits and not many months hence a magnificent build2,000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds 25,000 00 lionds, securities, etc "YOU TAKES YOUR CHOICE." Dunking house, furniture and fixtures.. 20,000 00 ing will stand on its Bite in Its stead. ' 4,633 34 .. Other real estate owned The division wall between the two buildings OUT CRUSHED Due from National Banks, (not reserve Races of Every Known Form at Ken 7,869 74 agents). to cut a figure, is Dw. from Suite Hanks and Hankers 5,6t2 69 that for a time threatened tucky State Fair. 36.972 31 Due from approved reserve acents - .. . . easy of solution if the Bask people so desire. 769 13 :Ql many a talented career for lack of unecKs . ana omer casn uems 770 M Will you tie your Notes ot other Nitlonal Hanks opportunities. Let the West wall of the new building exIt is said of the Kentuckian that half Fractional paper currency, nickels and 201 27 and foot to their envi, cents children hand tended 15 or 18 inches beyond the old founda- of his cranium is filled with brain mat ronments, or will yon give them a Lawful money reserve in liank, viz: 00 ter and the other half with miniature $28,321 Specie tion wall on the alley side, and by so doing horseshoes. 7,000 00 The ' ability rf tho citichance to riso above conditions? The Legal tender notes runs back to the' period when they were first Introduced hundreds of years ago In China. To make a big event entirely a success, It Is almost necessary to add. to the amusement features a great lire works exhibition. This has been done by the State Board of Agriculture, under whose auspices the Kentucky State Fair Is to be held In September 16 to 21. " A contract has been closed with Pain's Pyrotechnic Co. to bring from New York complete, Pain's new monstrous spectacle, "Vesuvius," a gigantic reproduction o Naples and Vesuvius. This Is an exact picture, 350 feet in length and fifty feet high, of the modern city of Naples and of Vesuvius, from sketches and views taken on the spot by Pain's special artists and reproduced by the eminent scenic artists, Messrs. Reed and Rafter, and their assistants. It Is the most elaborate spectacle and summer night's fete and Illumination ever attempted. It depicts the "Carnival of Naples" and the eruption of Vesuvius as they occurred on the night of April 3 and 4, 1906. The subject lends itself to the most gorgeous of scenic, environment, and the most wonderful electric and pyrotechnic effects. Two Immense acts are devoted to the production. The "Carnival of Naples" is attended toy the King and Queen of Italy, and other crowned heads. The streets of Naples are shown on a fete day; the populace and visitors are In gala attire; there Is a feast of lanterns and ballet chorus, concluding with the Introduction of some wonderful European specialties. While tho carnival Is at Its height, a small curl of smoke begins to ascend from Vesuvjus. The alarm begins and Increases as the mountain rapidly belches out its, lurid flames and seething ashes. The first act is concluded and the calamity, Is second, the begun. Refugees crowd Into the city; the King and Queen depart for a town in the mountains; there is mass In the 'cathedral. Old Vesuvius, in tremendous detonations, speaks angrily to the Inhabitants for scores of miles around; the rain of ashes with rivers of lava continue, and the destruction of the , city Is complete. This great spectacle is to be given, nightly at the Kentucky Stato Fair grounds, to be followed by Pain's wonderful fire works, the display of which will be changed each night. The contract made between the Pain's Pyrotechnic Company and the State Board of Agriculture, calls upon the former to bring the entire Manhattan Beach production, as, produced at Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, New York. There are 250 performers, properly and splendidly costumed. The fire works program covers fifty numbers, consisting of all of Pain's latest novelg Whether or not it Is tho promise held out to us In the rainbow that the earth will not again be destroyed by water tout by Are, the Interest In fire works la as old as history, or at least Finest China Silks, In colors, reduced from 600 to 470. White Wash Silks 24o. Linen for waists reduced from 15o to 9c. Finest Linen reduced to 15o Tsffeta reduced to 800. Illeacbed Table Linen 21c. worth 35o. llest quality Table Cloth 19c. A lot of Remnants at cost and half what they cost; see them. Another lot Heavy Urown Cotton 6Hc. Yard n lde Bleached Cotton 8Mc. A lot of Men's llalbrlggan Shirts and Drawers reduced to 23o. Men's fine Madras Shirts 48c. Men's floe quality Half Hose only 10c, worth 15c. Men's 25c quality fancy Hose reduced All-silyard-wide to 17c Ladles' llleached Vests with tape Strings reduced to to. 555 50 dozen llleached Huck Towels Bo each. llleached Turkish Towels lOo each. Another lot of the celebrated Lace Curtains reduced to 49c. One lot of. Ladles' Low Shoes must be sold; prices 98c, 11.25, 11.79.. llest values ever offered. Fine Marseilles Bedspreads 89o and 98o, SPECIALS. Fans 4o and 8c. Ladles' fine St6cks ICo and lEc, worth double. Ladles' Wrist Bags 2Eo and 60c Fine Umbrellas 49c Good quality Floor Oilcloth S4o. Clark's O.'N.T. 5c. Darning Silk 5c, all colors. New Belts, Large buokles, 35c, see them. Ladles' Fine Suits less than half price ; V vr '.' A lot Misses' Hose, lace striped, pink, bine, black, 10c. to 15c. New York Store 'Jfe. Racy vt:x.-Ka,- HOLMES LEADS 'V I Tffi Iii the Appellate Judgeship Applegate Next, And liS ra vh m, ij 1. mm . ,u .'ii . It's Holmes Against the Field Livfely .?:)M ;"--v -- :.j i.su Times on Tap Tomorrow at the Maysville Convention. Tuttiay't limit-Star- j , 111; I Maurice Galvin, L. T. Applegate and Ed. E. Walker, tbe Committee on Transportation for Mason county, 20; Morgan connty,9?ja-Robertson county, 4; total 89. Sam Anderson, Campbell county, 68. Judge Rose, Rowan county, 8. Samuel J. Pngb, Lewis county, 24. ''-':- the trip to the Majaville Appellate Convention, to be held Thursday, bave completed arrangements for the trip. A delegation from Eenton, Campbell, Grant and snrronndlng counties will sii - 5f ;. ',"& , m !nf i'J? ': " .', '..";'-v; J. G. Tomlin, Bopne county, 6. ,, ' Uninstructed, Grant county, 11; Bath countyVfcf.' . t ' leave over theC. and 0. Thursday morning at 13; Fleming county, 17; Greenup has total 61. 8 o'clock. A low rate for tbe round-tri- p county,,,26V!' ' .,, ..' z&'M been secured with a stopover for several days. Republicans of the Sixth CongreBsionaiapis-- 'f ijn In case the delegates decide to nominate a man trict, comprising Kenton, Campbell and- sur-- ''iritf-u ,. ,. .... . u M. Lasslng, the Demoto oppose Judge John ronnaing counties, leei mat they are entitled' .,. 1 cratic nominee, the race promises to be a hot to tbe nomination and will put up a hot fight-tone. Tbe race seems to be between L. T. nominate one of the candidates from the r. ,, ' .(,. Applegate of Kenton county, Samuel Holmes of Nicholas and.Sam T. Anderson of Newport. The various candidates will enter the Convention with the following instructed votes: L. T. Applegate, Eenton county, 63; Bracken district. . V. It field. now appears that it's Holmes against tho Applegate and Anderson can combine-an- d may dominate the Convention. One thing is assured: Mr. Ernst will hardly county, 12; Pendleton county, 12; total 87. have the temerity to dare to try to preyent a. Samuel Holmes, Harrison county, 15; Carter candidate being nominated for Judge in oppocounty, 24; Elliott county, 6; Nicholas county, sition to Lasslng. again marked the affection in which this beauti- -. fnl girl and handsome fellow are held. At 11 p. m. they were driven to the C. and sight-seein- .. a THE LIFE IS ' and embarked East to enjoy a fortnight of; after which they return homo to-, .,'. .'';-Ma- "'' ..." S. Piano is a g.eat educator, It arouses all that is best in one; creates ambition to "anrtmnt to something." By creating ambition the piano arouses talent in every latent undreamed-o- f the child". The desire for something better seeks the easiest avenue of Redemption fund with U. (5 of circulation) Total 33,321 00 3,500 00 Treasurer make up for tbe space lost in the division wall. Tbe width of tho Second street entrance of the alley Is eleven feet and the egress at Pront zen of old Kentucky to gain eminence M76.333 LIABILITIES. 12 00 00 43 00 90 21 HI S; IT ESCAPE $100,000 Capital stock paid in 20,000 (surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and 9.S89 taxes paid 70,000 National Hank notes outstanding 11,870 Due to other National Hanks 1,663 Due to State Hanks and Hankers 410,691 Individual deposits subject to check 60,000 United States deposits 21 Reserved for taxes street is only nine feet, a difference of two feet, ample, however, for the passage of all kinds of vehicles. The alley is a private one, belonging to tbe property owners on each side, and has been so considered by the City Council for years. well-wish- 00 74 Kfe-pe'cted- The new building will be a source of pride 'And .unconsciously takes the route of State or Kentuckt, latent talent neretoiore unsus- isome of the city and to every lover and uouNTr or MASON, . Give the child a chance. Buy 1. Char es D. l'eurce. Cashier of the above. named Hunk, do solemnly swear that the above nothing that can be prevented should be allowed t(' ft,Piano right now. Never were sucn statement is true to the best 6f my kuowledge and to impede or obstruct its speedy completion. belief, ! Total $076.333 12 LIBERAL It flfoffercd for of August, 1907. D. PEARCE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo tills 27th day CHAKLKS On the other band the disturbing of tbe vision wall would di- J. H. DoitnETT, Notary Public. 1 create a loss to John M, Hunt REWARDS accepting good Blt w0 nre Correct Attest: James N. Kink, that would run up into the thousands of 'dollars, all of which would be wrong, decidedly so. So let a slice off the alley solve tho dilemma. Hoiutio R. II. Lovel, KicKtiN, Dlrectors. . ftWhy, my dear advice. giving right Kriripn til ninnns. Rnmnmbfir that wa iVi'oiTn mnnv ititarpafn. Wn spll ftrp.at tar numbers of talking machines, thou- iy'f annds ol records, untold quantities of $$ 'fine furnituro, etc., etc. We make a profit in each department. Why, air. we can well afford to Bell nianoB at $$, prices upon which a piano agent will . ITnOw .$100 off of the manufacturer's CRANE SHAFER ' Big Reduction in demonstrates clearly tho truthfulness of the first half of the statement, and his love ot a horse race Indicates that the latter half Is by no meanH an unThe Kentucky State Fair, truth. may bloom and blow: which will run for six great days ot ,j The home was artistically decorated, and Louisville, beginning September ICth, the improvised chapel was placed in the back And yhen at last you close yonr gentle lives blameless as they were blessed-M- ay holds out special inducements to everyyou fall into the grave as softlyai tho leavesone, whether or not n Kentucklnn, fa parlor, the way to the beautiful altar being of two sweet roses on an autumn eve, polish up tho horseshoes Imbedded In through an avenue of candles, a Ueneath the small sighs of the Western wind, his head by reflected i;lory. $ drop to the earth together. bank of palms formed the reredoa. The State Fair management, has arPromptly at the hour, 8:30, the ribbons were ranged a most Interesting speed prolOYDEN DUZAN. ,i gram covering trotting, pacing and run. sti etched by Mr. Gordon Sulser and Mr. John Mt Miss Anna Dnzan formerly of Mavsvilla huf nlng races. As the new home of the Calhoun, and through this aisle the bride waa Stato Fair, which was Douglas Park, now of Cincinnati, and Mr. Carlton Boyden of A. 'fts, has the fastest trotting track in this borne on the arm of tbe groom to the station W country, and perhaps in the world, In front of the Priest and between two stately Indianapolis, Ind., were quietly married at iha- many records are expected to be standards, each bearing aloft tbe ecclesiastical home of his sister In Indianapolis Satqrday night. lD smashed during this meeting. . jSlS whole scene worshlpfully and mutter for pnbllcatloo muitbA IiJmiS Those who have been robbed of candelabra, the ' "??; beneath their scalps sacredly outlining the occasion, the while a banded Its beforo V o'clock a. m. horseshoes through constant contact with rubber harper harped love's roundelay. tire that carry o.asollne tanks, will find MASON CIRCUIT COURT The troths were plighted amid that solemn in the automobile rucea that which ap'her- wlio havp quietude which deeply Impresses one wltb tbe peals to tho.. turned their thoughts from things ter- divine rite of marriage! when true and holy love Soptember Term Convenes at Mays-villrestrial to things celestial, will gain links human hearts for time and for eternity. their desires In the balloon races. Next Monday ," " ! . take up housekeeping. . DOBYNS. CALHOUN The Ledger appends the following beautiful ' The marriage of Mr. Newton Suddnth Cal- extract as an expression of its good wishes: L" your days like a long, stormless summer, I' ' houn and Miss Alice J)obyns was Impressively glide away, ; performed last evening at the borne of the bride And peace and trust be with you, Jl4y you'be-.- j ' . tbe of fellolty, In the presence ot a large company of relatives i That others when they wed may only wish to be-- ."'.""J '' H. Harris reading "'' and friends, the Rer. George as blest as you were. , May loveliness dwe)l round about you llkeana, the beautiful ceremony of the Protestant Epismosphere of our soft Southern air, it copal Church, to which both parties belong. Where every flower In Hymen's yellow wreath. y ' if ''V,' after-pattern- s bebind-whic- i- .; aor-AI- l -- - m . . ' e f&jt?'. '& fflfr ... T.1 W' Bt'arve. ' Ve earnestly solicit Your o.rfidit ia trood at your businsss. WALL PAPERS If you want aiiy LEAD, OILS, PA'INTH, VARNISHES, GLAS8 or BRUSHES we have a nice lino. Always carry the beat. All House Paints warranted to be pure. Also carry a line of ROOFING ami BUILDING PAPERS. Give us a call. The Kentucky State Fair has In its making the promotion of the breerMns Interests of Kentucky, a college to oducate the people of the whole ppiith to the recognition of the value ot the best grades of all klns of llva stork rose point lace. The bride was gowned in white chltTon with In her hair were entwined The regular September term of the Magon the orange blossoms and over her form from shimmering veil of tulle. She Circuit Court will be convoned at Maysville the crown fell a carried a shower bouquet of Bride's Roses. Mr. Calhoun wore the conventional dress, bet- ! next Monday, September 2d, with Judge James, P. Harbeson presiding. The docket Is unusually heavy and ' , .' IflNTERS sBi. ' ::::::::::::;:: ,. . records a.. and his splendid manliness never showed to The most exciting of aerial sports ' ' ... , He is worthy of his prize, and total of 56 cases, balloon racos will be on the amuse- ter advantage. Of these, 26 are common law, and 30 equity ment program of the Kentucky State the congratulations given him wore an .earnest ' Fair. . devotion his legion of friends have for oiHioaiuuira, uujuijk " laywr atu 1U new Ul of ? ' , ) the .BtAYflVfLLE, KY. Cor. Market iand I..WV Jhird. 4. , '. . si Rhone 452", ft -.' , There will bo 2,089 awards, an aver. dge of '.418.!awards. aday.'forsjx.days,. at tno KontucKy iau , 'H air. -,., " him. " - .., ' .1 r presents were gorgeous, uiujsivb, ni,o, - .I" ."V - - ine " ,, . , i. .. "KM j.i-t- lv' " ' . t,jL .t;.n4.1llrr.lnfinmtinr'titi1i' " ii'iv.ibfuii "".". 7.1".t"Jv ' ' 1 ' 1 ' vorceflulta. . . .. f .'.1. Tl... rA.t w,n U (.nAnnfM. uo iuweiguijur a oiTYe9BB'vj, vuun ''jfeMS ft !' , isY term. 1V-- i ji' .' ' M;.:.il SA: i , "-T- 'ii K I'- tK . . ,.if.Myi!'; ''""" V'i ''.,' J jffll'4'J v;' Att j:i 'ALlt.il .A'I..I IK t'il l. VL'V '"I.. 'Jnt V . & rj, - II VflMPfwimr TTOIA tf : . ' pmrte JfXJVKZT DAIL : j5Sm iBFTyyi MTwfcfCiSiaK ii jMrsraxn 2M ONE COPY ONE CENl Miss - Mfr CartmeH's School. T ?'v. V nEPOULWAN. Miss CartmellwlU open her School for Girls and Hoys at the Convent, East Third street, September 9th, 1907, and will teaoh from first grade to High School, For particulars see or write WX r PUBLIC IWPOllLIOAN-iJJWGEB-U- m. SI. MAYSV1LLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28,1907. Mr. W. D. Cochran was in Louisville yester- 4 day. ,Mrs. P.H.Blythe is visiting relatives at Buena Miss Jessie Carpenter of Flemingsbnrg is the guest of friends here. Miss Susie Armstrong is visiting Mies May Hord Elgin of Market street. Miss Rebecca Duke of Mayslick is visiting relatives and friends in the city. Miss AHco Clooney is visiting Mrs. Millard Curry at Bluelick Springs. Miss Georgia Sims is visiting H Don't wait until the eleventh hour. Mako up your mlndnow what you will take along on the trip. Above nil you MISS CARTMELL, JeM eod2m At 30 West Front Street. need acorrcct timepiece. If yonr watch is cither losing or gaining tlmo we can s put it In order. See that you actually have a chain Dr. ARVID 0. TAYLOR, protect watch watch. that will watch Is yonr tho If It; out of order we can fix but If tho chain shows wear you should get a PHYSICIAN and nowone one worth having and one tlmtMs guaranteed by us. SURGEON. ilrst-clas- ; : ; her uncle, Mr, OITICE WITH DB. Ofllco Vhone UO. J. A. SEED. Sight Phone 421. Vista, i Ohio. II. C. Sharp of Market street. Miss Maria Boyd of West Second street has returned from a visit to relatives at Indianapolis, DAN PERRINE DURING THIS JEWELE- R- the ;,.. Miss Violet Graham has returned from a two weeks trip to the Mackinac Islands. Miss Sophia Amos of Flemlngsburg guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Owens. is the Master George Burrows is home from a visit to his aunt, Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, at Lexington. Miss Anna Grimes of this city is visiting relatives and friends In Bellevue and Covington. 30 o INTEREST Compounded twico a year, make you some money. Try It: Learn to uavo money. It Is a habit. We will help you, and, yon can make something while you aro learning. If you have any surplus money don't let it loaf. Fat it In otir Savings "will Depart-ment.wliero How to Be Comfortable Hath Hrushes Hath Mitts Hath Sponges.. SeltSalt Witch lintel... SOotoll ,.i. HOT WEATHER. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wheeler are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Buford at Frankfort. Miss Elizabeth Andrews of Flemlngsburg. is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Quatntance of For Miss Ethel Rice of Mill Creek is visiting Mits Amy Calhoun of Market street. Miss Bertie Wells has been visiting relatives Your bath tub will do more than another thing to keep down your temperature and Increase yonr comfort. We can fill all your wants in this line cheaper than any other drug house In town. Vlole,t Ammonia Talcum Powders Toilet Powders Toilet Lotions Creams AT lOo 10c, 25o 10c, 7fc, 10c, 11 10c. SI at Flemingsbnrg for several days. Mr. John Walker, proprietor of Glen Springs, is spending a few days with friends, here. Mrs. Emma Cablish is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Conrad, at Flemlngsburg. est avenue. Elizabeth Barbour left this morning for Winchester to visit Miss Anna Sutherland. Miss Miss Martha Green Sharp left yesterday in company with Mr. H. S. Bowland to visit Mr. Howland's parents in Milwaukeo. 10c to 25c 10c package ,20o pint 25c a REME.M1IER, IS Mrs. Thomas Prather has returned to her home at Millersburg, after a visit to relatives at Mayslick. Mr. H. B. Daugherty of -- M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. THIRD STREET DRUG STORE. in the New Central was Lexington yesterday attending a meeting of Hotel Keepers. Mfss Mattie McDonald of Hamilton, Ohio, and Misses Ethel and Bertha Pollitt of Covington aro Colonel H. B. Bryson of Carlisle was in the visiting Miss Ida Grimes of this' city. cityyesterdayandwas a caller on The Ledger. I twill make you mMwmmwMMMMMmi Tlintllttlo word nml the Interrogation point may menu little or it mny mean much. When npnllert to moling It in run n a rooiI Ieil. Tho m an n fnc tit rem of and denier In nearly all "Competition " "Fell" ami "Rubber" roollnc tell you of their tuo nnil three-pl- y r rnoilng and its per square more tlinn for sin(jtmlltiesnnd then nsk you l to gle ply. When you examine roofing nsk $2 weight. Thnt's the test Our tho (Jllninx Asphalt weighs 00 pounds per squnre and Is sold ns towns the 35 nnd kisul. Investigate this before purchasing. supe-rlo- After a delightful visit to his old home in Mr. I. E. Foxworthy and wife of Ft. Myers, Miss" Jennie Moore of .Cincinnati was here on Virginia, Rev. P. A. Cave and family will arFla , are on a visit to relatives near Lewisborg business yesterday, returning in the afternoon. rive home Friday; jnvigorated and strengthened and at Mt. Carmel. Mr. and Mrs. James Bollinger of Oklahoma for his work in the Lord's vineyard. Mrs. Jewell Rico has returned to her home are visiting the former'a-motheat Lewisburg, at Ashland from a delightful visit in LexingMiss Emma B. Luman and sister will leave who is very ill. ton and this county; for a business trjp to New. York, visitMrs. Dr. C. C. Owens and little daughter of ing before their return Niagara Falls, JamesMiss Eloise Shackleford of Lexington has Covington will arrive this week to visit relatives town and other points of interest in the East. joined a party of friends for a tfip to the r 3 MITCHELL, FINCH i3 OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO. INCOBPOtUTED Jamestown Exposition. Miss Louise Laubley is home from a five weeks and friends in the city and county. Sealed bids' will be received at office ot County MAYSVIUE, KY. Judge C. D, Newell, May ivllle, Ky., tbe 7th day of September, 1907, for the building of one 'mile of Taylor Mill pike, beginning at Junction ot LewisMr. Roy and Mr. Wilson Porter are spendDr. James Martin has returned to his home burg and Mt. Gllead pike, running South one mile ing' the week with Messrs. Pickett and W. D. from the beginning. For ipeclllcatlons apply at at Winchester, after a visit to his mother and office of County Sudge. Right reserved to accept Oldham and other relatives in Cincinnati. or reject any cr all bids. BOYER, J. sisters in Forest avenue. 27 3 1 Chairman Advisory Hoard Free Pikes. Messrs. Clyde Mills, C. Garr, 0. Hart, H. Miss Lida Richeson is a member of a house NO BETTER FliOOR HADE t party being entertained by Mits Sarah Bever-lo- y Hanson and P. Paynter were among the out of town visitors attending the dance at Beech-woo- d Jouett at Winchester. Monday night. Master Jamie Hartman Lutzie is at home Mr. Thomas Columbia of Cynthiana, an old to attend the coming session of Mies Fanny Highest Grado Patent. J. C. EVERETT & CO., Agents. veteran and member of the Sixteenth Kentucky Gordon's Training School. JSTMoney refunded and a premium of $1 given ibr ever barrel of Infantry during the Civil War, is visiting Mr. returned that is not satisfactory. Mrs. Virginia Bruce Myers of Covington is and Mrs. Charles Paul of East Third street. visit to friends and relatives at Carlisle, ington and other points. Lex- Miss Elizabeth Andrews of Flemlngsburg 'is visiting friends in the city and attended the CONTRACTORS WANTED CO.'S BANK, mmmm.mmmmmm. tilM. REDUCED PHONE 177. vxwvWVk dance at Beechwood Monday evening. Y PRICES ON ALL 1 "Town Talk" FLOUR Flour Spring Summer There are no better Shoes on the market than the Shoes we sell. Our prices are right and the goods are worth the price. Jl CU r.CC 1WJUO -- visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Evans in Limestone street Mrs. Charles Ashland Independent h and Miss Martha were visitors in Mays-vilSunday. Mrs. Wadsworth returned, but Miss .Wadsworth will remain for some time, thoguest of relatives. Wads-wortla Mrs. Hector Speth and daughter, Ethel, and Miss Duke Forman of Dayton, who have been visiting relatives and friends in this city and county for the past thirty days, returned home yesterday accompanied by Mrs. H. L. Walsh and daughter, who will visit at Dayton and Newport. SPIRO Is the name of the powder that relieves chafing, prickly heat, and removes the odor of perspiration. Ask for sample. See show window. - J. JAMES CODNTKY PRODUCE WOOD & SON. :::::::::' J. H. PECOR'S.j SECOND STREET. 3VflV!WVIIflVllfllllfllll1llli VxourHaii Stop it, then. And why not?' Falling hair is lor-mul- Going? fir, doctor will' tell you the remedy. He knows mat Ayer's Hair vigor, new improved quickly stops falling hair, cures dandruff, and makes the hair grow. Just ask him . W publish th formulas or an our preparations. a, J.O.ArarCo., XrfmsU.Xfats. iF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Wall Paper ! " The man who will turn down a publication simply because be considers It! rates d too high Is likely to get stuck with a animal at "a very low price" in his first horse Hade. Infant Inuustrla. one-eye- No old stock, all new patterns, and .Wall Mouldings at W. H. RYDER. 7 W. Second Street. kind, free from typographical errdrs, and done by skilled workmen, at Led- The same with Book and Job Printing. The right ger Printery. dp?0Dml,ed. Phone 185. READ THIS AND aULWATIIMIMKDB. i ; PROFIT THEREBY! CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. Schedule in effect Junesoth, 1907. Subject to ch&nge without notice. For Washington nnd New Vork, This is a trying time of tho year, 1'.Z'& p. in., 10:53 p. lany discomforts arise from tho heat. For Richmond, Old Point andm. Norfolk, beat way to be comfortable is by Tbe "10:25 a. m "1:315 p. in., "11:08 p. m. bathing often, at least twice daily, and Local for Hlnton, by using a liberal quantity of talcum tOiia a. m. powder. By bathing often one keeps Local for Huntington. the skin clean and the pores open, "0:13 a. m., t0:44 p, m. thereby allowing tho entire body to Indianapolis, St. "breathe freely,1' which means perfect For Cincinnati, Louisville, Nashville,I.ouls, Chicago, health. Memphis and West Tho best soap to use for tho bath 0:01 n.m, 0:30a, jn.,tlO:OOa.m. ,'3:17 p.m. and toilet is Picard's Complexion Soap, Local for Cincinnati. a healthful soap. t5;00 a, in., 8:55 a. m., 4:12 p. m. Talcum powder keeps the skin cool, allays beat rash, stops dialling and is an excellent toilet requisite. We have s, a number of kinds. JOHN G. PECOR 5 PHARMACIST. Arrive Leave Bopni. Maysvllle ....... 5:40 a m Lexington...... 8:35 a m May i villa ....... 1:30 pm Lexington...... 4;20pm 6:35 p m Maysvllle ....... 3:35 p in Lexington Lexington.... 5:00k Lexington 7:05 Lexington.... 11 :00k Lexington. ...... 5:35 a m Maysvllle....... 8:15 a m Maysvllle 10:00k 2:00k a m Maysvllle pm Maysvllle 8:35 NORTH. Maysvllle ...... 9:05 am Lexlngton,..12:00kDOOu We Challenge Comparisons! -- am am pm pra USK- ROLLER KING FLOUR rBAirauroKT Js.no CIS CUHATI KAXX.WAT. Read Dotoni vu State National Bank, OF MAYSVILLE, KY Capital Ntorb, 8100,000 sd,tOO, Narplas, ISQO0 X. r. x. A.M. J:oo 8:20 1:47 7U 8:25 8:11 8:15 tlOO 8st4 T. M. ilia 11:54 Lv....Frttnkfon.....Ar " ...Georgetown.. " ......- - rails .... " t " ......Cincinnati., Winchester '.. ....Maysvllle .. 11 .. Cynthiana,, BtorgtioMn, CarlMeanA Uaytviltt pahis and x. c. Bead Dp a. if. r. k. 11:15 7i2C rrankfoit, Congressman and Mrs. Long A transatlantic rate war has- jworth are having a delightful begun, the Hamburg-America- , n Today's Quotations By E, Zj. Manches, , ter, Keystone Commercial Co. The Germantown Fair begins sojourn at Honolulu, where they breaking agreement. v. . are enjoying their summer outPrlcesoi. vected at 8 o'olock this morning today. The illness of former Preside Young turkeys, 2 Bb each...... C6o So Chickens, per Jb............. muiit Secretary Taf t speaks in Kan- ing. . 1 J 'II J..i Butter, per 9 ................Ho ucui 11luveiauu win prevemjufi Eggs, per dozen. ............... ....... 17o sas City today. The bond syndicate will make departure for his summer home. especial effort to place New Mrs. Cleveland has returned-tYesterday's game Cincin- York City, loan abroad so as Princeton. nati 3, Boston 2. s not to interfere with the situaGood Printing Cheap F At Lancaster, Pa., yesterday, i it Cheap Printing Good Four persons burned to death tion here. , T. ssi wnen iour Italians were sen-.- $ ! in a fire at Oklahoma City. London decline' in stuck val- tenced to be hanged togetFues during August are estimated on October 2d for murder, ( Floods are reported to have at $868,000,000, according to fell upon their knees andpra caused 50,000,000 damage in figures compiled by The BankJapan. The horse play between'E ers' Magazine. ham and Sherlock GuckFn Eeuben Leiman, a Cincinnati Judge Pritchard of the Fedcontractor, fell from third story lin and Ex- - Governor W. eral Court of North Carolina upand broke his neck; Taylor continues. Butnobi holds the right of the Southern takes any of the news serious A crusade has been started by Railway to issue an injunction Taylor should know thatjfti the Government against obscene against the state of North Caro- frnfinmlf'An j "n mnrnlu toiqVi v lina in rate cases. . . post cards. It is time. TuW!m mm and Towers for politica,! Ledg.r Btiliaintf. n .,; -'- .".J The Bermudes Asphalt jjuijjuaun. Board of Kailway Commis.'hin addition to being fined MAYSVILLE, KY. sioners in Kansas will order a ' J ,V '&. $5,000,000, may be compelled flat passenger rate. Work Done Whan PromUad. special Request to pay various other sums to be . . . .. &m ttt nr..n.lne. nihi.,ff ... The State Department at fixed by commission, which may eelumnt of (his paper, or when .buylnu cooilt SromW.' '' merehanturhoie advertisement apptart in thltpc'perj. ifi Washington is on the verge of reach $10,000,000. taw the advertisement in Tub Pontio LiDaia serious disagreement with. VenThts will cost you nothing, and it will be gratefuittf appreciated by both the advertiser and the Editor.'" sad year of TheRepublican convention to ezuela. J 4 nominate a candidate for Court germantown Prof. Oren Root of Hamilservice at tbe Central Presof Appeals Judge from this ton College, Utica, N. Y., is byterian Church this evening at 7:30 o'clock by District will meet in Maysville Rev. Maurice Waller. dead. He was a brother of Angust tomorrow. A large crowd of The Bun of Mr. John Donning of the count r,- Secretary Hoot. prominent men' is expected. ' who was operated upon by Dr. W. H; Tanlbae STsfH-iMfe SSDivrrt .... 1 t o i.i 1 T DAVIS - .- - i ' Com-pany,i- -- fair ) Praver-meetin- g 28, 29, 30, 31. 8:04 fliX 8:30 5:ti 7:09 i:4i 6:15 1:11 7:io SlOOllpitOa ",.IUohmond,, . 6:0 7il0 1:5( l:5i nvPtotm, 01KKRAL . BARKIS ; MUCIiYSXt ' " 1" ' POSTER & , CUMMINGS SAMUEL M. HALL PreiUsot.!. r '' ,',H SrMtra'rp - ,JPBA8. D. PEAKOK ;7.-TvYe.ipl.l- JAS. N. KIttK , X-' ii ERAL DIRECTORS. ' The formal opening of the packer of Chicago, dicd'yester-day- , Democratic state campaign will Liberal 1'remiuniH. No favorites. The Fair tvliere everybody hat) a joori after an illness of several be held in Lexington August time. weeks., Mr. Morris was a vic- 81st, when S. W, Hager, the Kill DAY IS KQMTYIDAY. tim of heart disease, complicated nominee for Governor, and J. A. Kvoritt, President A. S, oi 13., with kidney troubles. Mr. Mori-iand other leaders of tho Kquity movo Beckham, the nominee for incut tvill bo present. Farmers, you s was born in the Black ftor- - the United- State3 Senate, will can't afford to. miss It. For nildrcea Gov-ornor tnlornia-tlonlorliiroRrani Nelson Morris, the well known last week was able to return honn yesterday, ... zr; '.IB . JVJ Prof. Frank L. Williams of Coyingtoa, iai' structor of the Mason County Teachers Insti.'n xr, tute will mako a public address, at the .Bethel n rx Baptist Church Thursday ovening at R .. m. w . He ii well known as an impressive BDoaker ami i a l'n--'f'- '. 3Ti&B4l itmt. 3UrflKJWXJ.' -- WU1 JOHN. Secrotary. . WALTON, , ' :eM::::. - 111 TW' . ' W i .H"- 7'. for two successive years thrilled tha beart'ai; bis audionces at thei Commencement exercise's . Jl TV 9 nnAnHK T)f.nuMU 6 T? uiiiuioooui o;uiu. . uui'.saiuniret). i;eryone cordially invited to. attend, , -f ' - JL kj ,:.t i.i B9- mmmkammmmmmmmmtrnmi iiiiiiiii.n iim-i- i "Mr" Tom. Martin fa" bulling In Til&d wt$a store', a Gilead la condition engaged. Captktn.' TV B. Cowles,"wh6, was with 3nef man on his march to the sea, died in Lawrence county .T THIS OPPORTUNITY SAVING MONEY ! On a Smart Sack Suit or an Outing Suit of latest vogue is one that you cannot aflord to ignore, for it concerns the production of one of the world's leading clothes makers at prices sheared of all profits. Understand, not a fancy garment is reserved you huvo free and unrestricted choice at the marked prices. $18 SUITS for $12.50. $12.50 SUITS for $8.75. Curtla M. Ethlngton and Miss Tillie Walker, - both of Cynthlana, were married Monday mid i' Completion of the Chenoa branch of' the L. night at Cincinnati by 'Squire J. M. Smedes. aud N. railroad in Bell .county has opened, up A colored Campmeeting undor the direction many new coat mines in that county and several of Rev. 0. A. Nelson will beheld In Boechwood plants a're taking out large amounts of the best Parjc beginning the second Sunday In Septemgrades of fuel. ber. view of atoro keeping. With two blacksmith shop and a feed stable, holding her bwn except a deplorable Of the grave yard, fault of the party ' M NEW YORK BUYING NEWEST fND IV 0 WWW. thi heading, . jfi Wanted," "Situation A Wanted," "Zoit" and '"round," and not exceeding ;1 Ihret Una in lenoth.ars rSES to all. Monday at the age of 82. Prettiest Go&ds! In the City. You cannot afford to buy your new Fall aud Winter Dreas Goods until you see my line. Many exclusive patterns, and of courss they will bo of the LrlUigQi JtVNo Qaaluru ArfTcrtUcmrnU Inserted i' 4 ' ; nrlllloat pnT. It anitveri fall to ecme tfi ftrtt time, v invite t$ man repetition ai are netetiaryto teeure u)hat 1ou advert lie or. W wtth adiertltert to eel that thtg : STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS Making a Still Hunt and Appoar Whon Least Expected Mr. II. L. Hamilton left yesterday for New Lost quality. York to accept the position of business manHave you seen the Dark Percales and Ginghams on ager for the Great Raymond, a big vaudeville They are pretty and washable. show. A few Summer Goods left, and they must go. Get sale at 10c a yard? them, for they are , are not Imnoilng on u$ 6V ueina our ret columns. mrAdierttiert must urnlth topv, which tan fcf :' Vi1' vV left at the offlee or lent bu mall. TltS PVBLIO ZXDOESZ ' Ko. 10 East Third BtrstU cheaper thnn they will be for a long timo.' House Furnishing Goods are in. , Beo tho prettiest Rugs ever' brought to town. Wanted. Advrrtltemrnli under thlt heddtno.not ezteedlni five llnei,10centi each tmertlon, or BO cents a meek. WANTED One or two rooms tnrnlshed or. possession SAVE THE DIFFERENCE; BUY OF GEO. H. FRANK & ROBERT The gage marks 1G L HOEFLICil, 211 and 213 8 and falling. Market Street. Third street preferred Appiy 10 to i.aii ruiru auM;lw.; street. HELP Andhelofur T XTANTED-nELtAll- LE TT nlshed for all purposes, MA.Y8VILLK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, A. M. Johnson.Mn iter, Cooper Building, Second street, room No. uaysviue, Ky. Immediately, Jielp Wanted. ' CO. The big Boule Dam near Louisville is near- Ing completion. Laborers on the wharf at New Orleans mand forty cents an hour for loading and loading boats. & de- Sole Agent Fancy Turnouts. For American Beauty Coroou, BoroBis Skirts, Buster Brown Stockinjrs and Standard Paper Pattorna . The Big 4. ALL Advertisements under this heading inserted but advertisers muiturnlth the copy. reef SUBUCfijplLEDGER , un- Ladles' Waiting lloom. Fhone 174. The rise in the river brings into nse many of the larger packets that were compelled to tie LIVERY, SALE AND I0ARDINQ STABLE Enquirer. Thqre is considerable consternation among up ou account of the low stage. Our Prices are the Cheapest in City. f Sutton Street, Near Second, Staytvllle, Ky. steamboat men over the visit of a man who is MOUNT GILEAD. The Natchez Democrat says that when John reported to be special inspector of navigable Sharp Williams Is elected Senator from Missis "Mr. Clarence Dobyna with two children from craft, and who quietly dropped into this port sippi he will see that the River and Harbor BUI , ItUrbana, I1L, has been visiting his parenta, Mr. two days ago from Washington for the purpose provides well for the Mississippi river. Sena Williams is a warm advocate of the nd Mra. Thornton Dobyna, and other relatives. of making a special inspection of all boats in improvement of the Ohio and Mississippi. A glorious, and much needed rain gladdened this, the Seventh Inspection District. In fact, It was a the new inspector dropped Into the city without the hearts of the crop growers. A history of the Ram fleet and marine brig-ad.jtiouiii.er, a tuai uuuuiu ohowuoi auu luuatuu ,,j notifying local headquarters of bis presence. which was sent out" fqim New Albany, Ind., deal a The first known of bis visit was when Captain and Portland In 1862, has been published by George Wy rom Harrison county and can $v"'if Captains Warren D. Crandall and Isaac D. . :,l3itt. Conrad and children of Brooksville last Edglngton, of the Chilo, called at the offices of Newell of St. Louis, who are survivors of flo'et. .'"week visited Mr. Frank Jolly's family, hla uncle the Local Inspectors of Steam Vessels to Inquire Nine boats were sent out under the command ,'wnd. slater. about the newcomer's authority. of Col. Charles Ellet, Jr., who conceived the ' . . , air. Kices daughter is preparing to Since the Slocum disaster about two years plan of aiding Commodore Foote at Memphis :.... .Bourbon College, Paris, Ky.,' which opens ago the General Supervising Inspector of Steam and elsewhere. Bf10th next. Miss Lizzie Clay Stone Vessels has ordered that there shall be Several SIOO Itewui-d- , 8100. 78 ialao. contemplates returning to the same for inspections each year fn aidition to the regular Tho readers ot this paper will be pleated to !U4j her graduating year. at ' Miss Lizzie Clay Stono, by special invitation, annual examination. At the last meeting of lea'n that there li ableleatt oue dreaded disease that f to cure In all Its stages, and science hai been "unetat the home of Mrs. Robert and Forest the Supervising Inspectors of the country, held, that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrn Cure Is the only ILee. this week several of their brother and a few months ago, General Inspector Uhler re- posltlvecurenowknown to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a and nieces and others and with the commended the appointment of a secret service constitutional treatment, nail's Catarrh Cure Is V exception of Bobbie's wife(?) being absent, it to learn if the boats are always kept in the con- taken internally, acting directly upon the blood ana mucous surfaces of the system, thereby deda reported the party showed up an unnaual dition in which the inspectors find them on their stroying the foundation ot the disease, and giving ., 'display of musical talent, which all present en Joyed with extreme pleasure; made more ira-- ( regular visits. The inspector who is now work- the pittlent strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The pressive by .pleasantry in a like social way. ing here goes about this business in a quiet way proprietors have so much faith In its curative The guests wer Mr. Charles Fitzbugh Lee and and asks but few questions, but he scrutinizes powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars tor any case that it tails tocure. Send forllstof testwife of Pittsburgh, Mr. James Lee and daugevery bit of aparatus and paraphernalia with timonials. hter of Indianapolis, Mrs William Lee of Peoria, Address F. J. CHENEV A CO., Toledo, O. He is keeping his name to him HIL, Mrs. Dr. Hord of Orangeburg and Mr. Gil- - extreme care. Sold by all Druggist, 73c. THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN, y ' ibart Hunt of North Carolina. self. Take Hall's Family Plllsf or constipation. - '.;'- V MAYBV1LLK, ST. J. T. "LIVES OF GREAT MEN REMIND PARKER, IS." m, Mtxvv$p&n$tnx: &!?" r The story of how 'Marshall Field amassed his great fortune may be told in a few words. He had something to sell and advertised it. - y tor-ele- t' T HE SENSE OF BEING ECONOMICAL IS . ji ALWAYS GRATIFYING TO . ANY. GF US! To feel we've spent our money to eood for it. That's exactly the advantage, got good feel when you buy a Suit of way you COMMON LAUORERS AND, - TVf new First National l, Hank lluildlng at once. Apply to STJPEMN- - , augCTlw TENDENT on building. to work In store. ADplyat WANTED-UO- Y ', New York Stote. au28 1 w J COOK Good wages and nice room WANTED proper party. Apply to 0. T, U. at the Hank of Mayavllie. STRIPPER WANTED E.A. ROHINSON'S ClgarFaotory, WASHING To take home: WANTED nrh nn Mnnil.v. Mrt. would P -. . . . .rr-- ir UAStt, low uast xnira street, tiaysriue, uy. . . ;,''' vrc, - ::.SK v. Advertisements under this headtna. not exteedttut live lines, w cents each intertlen, or BO ceiUs a week. "I7IOR SALE Second-han'JS Window Frames and X1 glazed Sash, Doors and Frames and Finish.' Apply on site of new First National Hank Uulld' J taysvllle, Ky, aug271w THOR .CHINE MoFat' " T ; rlch'i-begtX' , in good vder; with galleys and', uuiiiiuEs. eiu win Duy ine Quint. Auaress fUB l.iu libUUEK, Maysvilie, Ky. WANTED :.i GIRLS-Flvestrl- pper V . .- TtUT-Tf- . For Jbfe. d ,:? . SALE-MAIL; ING l.-- JZost. Advertitenkenti undrr thi hentUnn but advertisers mutt urndh the copv, .'V. jh .tor J. Wesley Lee Clothes! n.,vtA iv.. CJk . LOST PACKAGE-W- to Ledger Office. lth white gloves in it. ' J ain-2- 2 lw No matter what your price, these clothes are worth the money, and more. ' This store is always full of all sorts or good wearables for men and boys. Listen to the Shoe storyi Crosset, Stetson and the J. Wesley Lee Special the three best brands in the world. 1 OST RTl.TT nLflVP-Ilolim- nn t..W. n.U. Li store and Court street, one lonz black-silglove. Return to Pecor's Drugstore. ; LD NECK CHAIN AND LOCKET-- mS J-J lietween Ueechvrood Park ana Kewara It returned to Mrs . HRADFORD,Maya- vllle Cemetery. , gold pin. Saturday' either at Ueechwood Park or between1 Ileechwood and Wood tret. RAttirn fn Mln MAUD HERRY. J OST, STRAYED OR 'om my place, East Fourth street, Friday a reddish black brlnijle cowj no horns; weight 1.100 pounds. Will pay $5 for return of cow or 25 iur uuurmnga qi laiei, j. ai. jUultlsia OST-GOSTOLEN-COW-Fr- .'iif ' ' m: - :HB1 -- . !,Sl wi-- J&V , frAV iZ'j ; v'sT J. WESLEY LEE, N. - E. Cor. Second and Market Sts , DODSON BUILDING. you want to keep "potted," read the advertisement ttTHB Ledger. They art a part qf Maytvillt't daily local hittory. TF ; T.Saku.of Tokyo, representing the Japanese uovernment, ia at J. B. Haggin'a Elmendorf, LXSMVt ' v Sl-ate- tl st TIRED AND SICK YET MUST WORK "Man may work from eun to aim but woman's work is never done," In order to keep the home neat and pretty, the children well dressed and tidy, women overdo and often suffer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden. It is to these women that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs; eomes as a oiessing. nucu vu- - sjiir- MRS. Allfi. LY U IN its n. danressed. the head and back pains, nervousness, sleeplessness, and are dragging-dowaches, there reluctance to go anywhere, these are only symptoms which unless heeded, are soon followed by the worst forms of Female Complaints. n $lavktx Fresh near-bstook.round lots. 17 Held stock, loss ... nnntit ,,,,., ., ,,,,, 30 Duck .. m . 18 y MRS R0, E NILAND. Mrs. Rose Niland, whose illness has bsen mentioned in The 4.905.75 Rutoher steers, good to oholoe. . . 6.858.00 ...- -. Extra ... 3.254.85 Common tefalr.. aoodtooholoeihlpperi.....5.00aO.OO . ,6.25 Extra... ,.. CIH0IKK1.TI, August 20, 1907. 0JLTK.S. loos. off..... . C .. .. .. 17 Stock Farm near Lexington studying thorough nrea norses. 'k TESTED AND PROVEN mi .mm jk Mr rT,t flBWi Ledgeb, died Tuesday at HeUers,goodtooholoe... Extra Common to f Cows, good to 4.40Q4.90 i the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Cady, 738 Scott street, Covington. Funeral tomorrow at 7:30 a. m. The remains will be brought here and interment In Washington Cemetery. Common to fair.. SaaUwags. . .;.-- Extra...... alr... oboloe... :..-- .. CALVIS. . 4.355.00 ' . . . Rulll,bolognai.. Common and large. An Extra.. Fair to goodi. ..,.. ... .... ... 2.75!. 10 3.754.50 4.60a,4.fi5 1.S0Q3.65 ' Springers Fryers . Hens ...... Roosters Duoks, old. Spring turkeys Geese, per 1.752.85 3.3!3.1K) doion... ........ .......... WUSAT. .... ..., .... .. 16 11 11 o.. a.- .... 6 8 10 Tliere Is a Heap of Solace lnBclnff? 'm'fc Aoie to uepena Upon a WeHr$ I5.007.00 90 89 74 57 Earned Koputation v'.v .'fr' mm ..... -- .... ..7.7SO8.00 8.607.50 4.75Q7.I5 No, 3 red, new and old .. No. 3 red winter... ...... No. 1 red wlnter........ No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 3 white. 3 8 BOOS. ffl Seleoted, medium and heavy. . Good tochoioe paokeri......l0.4ia9.f)0 Mixed paokers O.40C8.45 Stags. 8.60a.M , Common to oholoe hsavy sows... 4.75Q5.50 .... white mixed, white. OOEN. .... iH4fM ,..,. 50 60 65 eo 57M For months Mavsville readers have.seea the read-abou- s.rilk keeps tho feminine organism ina strong and healthy condition. Itcures Inflammation, Ulceration, displacements, and organic troubles. In and to carry women safely through the Change preparing for child-birtof Life it is most, efficient. ' Sirs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl, Pa., writes:- - Dear Jdra. Pink-ha"For a lonar time I suffered from female troubles and hadall kinds of aches and pains in tho lower part of back and sides, I could not sleep and had no appetite, uince talcing ujaia m. riniuiani a regetaoio Compound and following the advice which you gave me I feel like a new woman and I cannot praise your medicine too highly." h Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ..... .......i....... ,....... 110 2 yellow....., 3 yeilow...... 3 mlsed 3 67 57 54 constant expression of.'praise for Doan a kTdneylr'V Pil8, and the good work the have" j.M t done In this locality. Not another remedy everi w Light Pigs BIKQOOLD LODOr, Ringgold Lodge No. 27, 1. shlpperi.......... lbs and I. o. o. regular meeting this evening at 7:00 at DoKalb Lodge Hall. J. C. Cabmsii, N. G. Simon Nelson, Secretary. 0. 0. F., wjllholdlts r. leis..,... 85 O.POG.8.70 mixed .. White ear..... ear...-..- MH 58 produced such convincing proof of merit. W. McClanahan of A. W.and B. P. McCJananan5r';gj A.;j Slum., at li.1 says: OOUUUU DUBBl, UByaVllie, ' 6.258.70 4.251,75 2.004.15 Extra ........-..-...ll.660i.Good to oholoe m.. sniEP. .. . Yellow Mixed No. No. No. No. No. ., eo 58 ' &,,, ear...... 3 white, new. 3 4 Common to flK Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to write Mrs Plnkham, at Lynn, Mass. Out of her vast volume or experience she probably has the very knowledge that "will help your Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women Good to ohoioe heavy Common to Extra light fatbutohers .......l7.40a7.W falr.........., lambs. .. case. Her advice is tree and always neipiut. mghrasr Maysvltle Lodge meet at the Elks Home, West Front street, at 7:00 this evening. Visiting Elks invited. C, D, A. Gordon Sillier, Secretary. j B. P. O K. No. 701 will W -: THE I.KDOEIt leads ill nil, nnd is the favorite paper of the pnoplo. .....,....,. Sprlngpatent.,.......... Extra ...........-.....- .. Lowgrade. Winter family.. falr....w..... rtonn. ..ll.354,60 Winterpatent .. ....... 3.9004.25 Wlnterfnoy,........-.- . ' 0.7O7.33 4.76&6.50 whlte.......... 3 mixed ...,. 3 mixed No. 4mlied....... , white....,.... ...... HAT. ... 48K 47K48 48 ..,, .... 48H 40 45 Choloetlmothy.........ll8.60 No. 1 ,.......... 3.&OQ3.70 No. 3 No. 3 3.303.40 3.00O3.1B Pearce, E.K. 8prlngfamlly......... Rye,Nortbweitrn...... B7ielty.MM..........M. Sprlngfan9y.... ......,. 6.10Q5.3S i.WQi.ZS 3.45Q3.85 4.00ffll.20 4. 0004.20 No. 1 olover mixed...... No. 3 olovermlied....,. No. Iolover..... No. No, 1 timothy, No. 3 timothy, No. 8 timothy, timothy......... tlmothy... timothy.,... I8.0018.50 I8.5ti17.00 15.50Q16.00 16 00 15 00 18.50 "I can endorse Doan's Kidney Pills more' ?"?i heartily today than I did five years ago when 'aS-told the Mayaville people that thi3 medicine ha'd v ! cured me of severe kidney trouble and backache Cl' that had bothered me for twenty years and j,.."'r seemed to be growing worse all the time. Ire-.- .' ? peat that I can tore confidently recomraend Doan's Kidney Pills today than I did in that tea- -' timonial because my cure has been permanent m and I have bad no kidney trouble for nearly fivesl years. As proof that I am a firm believer in fA Doan's Kidney Pills I will be only too pleased toW reiterate the above to anyone who may inquire." '"$ M k ' f . Torsalebyajldealeri. PioeBOoentaoil,,.i Poster-Hilbur- 3oloTor....... new..... n 15.50..... 18.CO18.50 Co., Buffalo, N.Y.,soIo Doan's fortheUnltedStatei. Bemamberthe name other. 17.00. new...... 15.50lfl.OO new. sfitl ", ' and take j n ti 4 .'ft' '' Dan Cuts Prices on Low Shoes Choice of Any Pair of. Men's or Women's Oxfords in Our Store, Goods Worth $3 to $4 Nothing kegt back. We have as good as are made, and this is the season we sell them at a great loss. and fan. Ladies' White Oxfords are put in 'two lots and will go at 49c and 99c. For Shoes come to I w .'. i UA r: !,' n ri DAN COHEN'S OCOEID . TVE5 Hjl-V- E 3D OWIXT feA Sr Vici, Patent Colt 'A , ' W-";NAN- iV- S i ' STREET. iS I ' im, ft-1- 'MM: f