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DO YOU SAVE
MONEY EVERY TIME
If you do now is your op
portunity while the special
price sale is being made for
a few days on New Suits.
$20 00 Suits Now $15.00
$18.00 Suits Now $12 50
$15.00 Suits Now $10.50
$12.50 Suits Now $ 8.75
$10.00 Suits Now $ 7.50
$5 00 Panama Hats $3 50
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Mamtllr's poremo;f f lntbr
jr4TSk 1 --.
kMT DlBBTOXIlAH feSto
Miss Pauline Bierley is visiting rela
tives at Cnrr's, Lewis county.
Hon. Matt Hennessey w.is up
Augusta yesterday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stockton left
Sunday for a trip through Wet Vir
Mrs. Jacob Walker and son, he-die,
are home from a two weeks' visit at
Mr. John Turner left this morning
after a week's visit at home with his
wife, Mrs. .lohn Turner.
Mrs. Walker B.iughninn and family
of Cireleville, aio visiting her In other,
Mr. D. W. Proctor of East Third street.
Nov. L. A. Warren, pastor of the
Orangeburg Christian church, left Mon
day for a visit with relatives in Woos
Miss Elizabeth D. (juuiuttince arrived
homo Sunday afternoon after a Iho
weeks' visit at liichmoiid, Va., and Vir
Messrs. John Tyler Stiles, It. (1. Ilum-
loug, T. P. Tyler, Mrs. 1. O. Ilumlong,
and Miss Elizabeth Owens were business
visitors in this city yesterday.
Mrs. Georgo Young and daughter,
Miss Christine Young, of Cincinnati are
iaiting tho former's daughter, Mrs
Jacob Thomas of E'ist Pourth stieel.
C?hes Universal Car
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford Cars
Effective from August , 19M, to August 1, 1915, and guaranteed
against any reduction during that time:
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our fac
tory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales
departments if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the
And should we reach this production, we agree'to pay as the buyer's
share between $40 and $60 per car (on or about August 1st, 1915) to
every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1,
1914 and August 1, 1915.
For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-sharing
plan see the
Central (parage Company
JIZ-U6 Market Street
(Oontlnuoil from first page.)
School bonds wero allowed to go over
until taxes are collected.
Street Commissioner Smith was grant
ed a leave of 10 days absence.
IfEW TOPIC ADDED TO PROGRAM.
This addition is made to the Sun
day School Convention program at Mill
Creek Thursday nftornoon: "What
Part Sunday Schools Will Tako In tho
County Local Option Contest," W. W.
Mis. Jacob Thomas and 4011, Master
Jacob, Jr., aie home nttor a visit to her
mother, Mrs. George Young in Cincin
nati. Mr. James O, Ruins is improving aft
er a long Illness.
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Miss Ccora llaiiey is 1sit1ng lelutivos
111 Portsmouth, O.
Mrs. Klzio Clift
Queen City today.
Is visiting in the
Mrs. Preston Tully spent the day with
relatives at Helena Saturday.
Mrs. Lillian Schutt of Indianapolis
is visiting her bi other, W. S. Ilauey of
Policeman J. W. Tolle and family re
turned from a ten days' outing at Hug-
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hunt left yes
terday afternoon on a three weeks' visit
in New York City.
Mr. Jacob Thomas and son, Mr. .las.
Cooper Thomas, liavo returned from a
visit to Danville, III.
Mrs. John Barbour letunied to her
homo in this city last night fiom a
month's visit in Atlanta, ..
Miss Mary Brent Caplinger, of Emi
nence, Ky., is visiting at tho home of
her uncle, Prof. W. J. Caplinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Tully and lit
tie daughter, Alma, and Constable Ben
1 . Pleming and Miss Nellie Muiley eniti
pos.-n Ashing party on the iippc Mini
bar for tho nxt two weeks.
iMr. M. A. Walton, one of Mason
county's .voung men, who has made good
in Cincinnati, stopped oil jesterday to
see friends and relatives in thi city.
Mr. Walton is with the Baldwin Piano
Co., and is on his way East to spend
Ins vac ntion.
(F. O. B. Detroit, all cars fully equipped.
Tho business man who will
sparo a few mlnutcR of his timo
to tho photographer of toitay will
please his cntiro family.
Ills portrait produced by pres
ent day niotliods of photography
will bo an agreeable surprise
it's dono so quickly and cleverly.
The Photographer in Your Town.
GOVERNOR WILLSON CONFIDENT.
Louisville, August .'1. Returns 111 the
Willson-Ernst race are very incomplete
Governor Wlllson said this li'Oiimnj.
"1 cannot givo any figures but beilee
1 have a comfortable niiijniity."
$2,50 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY TONIGHT
Party Must Br in the House With Coupons
"IN THE SOUP" Lubin Comedy.
"THE RAGAMUFFIN" Biogrnph Drnnm
L. T. fiaebkc left this morning for a
ten tiny s' outing.
Miss Esther Bubenacker of the couu
ty is the pleasant guest of Miss Julia
McDaniel of East Third street.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Anderson of
Cincinnati are tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs, L. II. Young on West Second St.
Mis. Bertie Trapp and daughter, Mar
tha, have returned ntter a delightful
isit in Canada and the Lake States.
Geneva Tully, after a three weeks
visit with her graudpaients, Mr. and
Mrs. Tulle)' of Helena, returned home
Mr. Luther Yazell of Norwood, Ohio,
has returned home after a visit to his
sister, Mrs. Preston Tully of West Sec
Geneva Tully, the little dailght r of
Mr. and 'Mrs. Preston Tully is isiting
l.er aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Yaell of Norwood, Ohio.
Mr. II. L. Nadeu and wife of Indian
apolis, lud., and Mrs Charles Kaut,
of Georgetown, Ohio, are spending the
week with their parents, Mr, and Mrs.
L. A. Naden of Lee Street.
Hon. .1. N. Kehne ami two little
daughters, Misses Mary ami Ituth, left
Sunday evening oer the C. & O. for a
three weeks sojourn at Washington,
Norfolk and Atlantic City. While in
the East they will spend a few d'ivs at
West Point, where Mr. Kehne 's son,
Harold, is a cadet 111 the Government
M ilit. in Academy
In the United otates of America
WANT GERMAN AMERICANS TO
Osknr Megor, Gennnn Consul nt Cin
cinnati, has issued an appeal to his
countrymen in Louisville and othe
cities of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and
West Virginia to rally to tho Imperii
call to war.
BUYS A BUICK.
'Mr. Oeorge 11. King, tho Second street
grocorymnn, Is tho owner of a hiiud
some five passenger Uuiek touring ear
Hold by Kirk & Kirk.
SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT.
Georgo Mel'heetcr was fined fclO anil
costs for abusive and threatening la 11
gtmgo to his mother. Georgo did not
hao tho kale and was sent to jail.
WOMAN DROWNS IN CISTERN.
Augusta, Ky., August .1. Mrs. Cas
sum Watson, aged ", living near Bet-
lin, tins county, was drowned in a cis
I tern at her homo.
Nominees Got Big Vote Caleb Powers
Carried Eleventh by Big
In the Democratic Congressional races
the following winners and their majori
ties aro given:
First District Barkley, Dein., L',700.
Second Distiict Kincheloe,
Third District Thomas, Dem.,
Pourth District Johnson, Dem
Fifth District Sherley, Dem.,
Sixth District No contend.
Seventh District Cant rill,
Eighth District No contest.
Ninth District Fields, Dem.,
Tenth District No contest.
Eleventh District Powers, Hep., 8,
000. Aside from the Powers race In the
Eleventh, there were only three other
Republican Congressional races in the
State. Bristow won by default in the
Seventh; Ball won in the Fourth ami
Ireland in the Ninth. Gardner, T'ni
grosshe, won in the Fifth by 1,000 nt-i
"M03T DESTRUCTIVE, MOST
New York, August 3. In an address
last night before the Equitv Congres
of Greater New York, an org ini.ilinii
for the uplift of the negro, Gen, Nelson
A. Miles ehaiaeteried the Europe in
conflict as "a wnr which promises to (ti
the most destructive in the historv of
the human race" ami "as imJiKtilW
as aiiv I have lead of or witnessed "
ijt i ;
tiro now coming in
mom plentiful and
loss in price. Lot ua
lmvo jour order to
day mid we will give
you lioi I) the differ
ence in price and qual
ity. J. C. CABLISH
SPECIAL TWO-KBBIj FKA'ITKK
"HOME RUN BAKER'S DOUBLE"
Featuring Home Hun Baker.
"The Million Dollar Mystery" Starts Tomorrow.
BECKHAM MAY HAVE 0,500
Louisville, August 3. With twjlv"
((unities missing, Beckliam Ins 5.1,'Ofl ma-
lority, and it is claimed the missing
i miotics will give him at least o,."i(Hi.
BOTH CLAIM IT
The- friends of both Ernst and Will
ton, while conceding that the result nrtv
be close, are still claiming tin; Humili
ation of their man.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Tirst
Baptist Church will meet this aftei
noon at II o'clock in the Jiiiid..y School
The excavation for Hie basement foi
the new building of Itinggold Lodge
J. O. O. F. was completed this morn
iug and work on the foundation com
Col. Sam P. Bridges, the big boss of
the Fifth Ward, came over from Co'iiui
bus, Ohio, to vote in Saturday's Pri
Market street north of Second .street
lias been cleaned up nicely after the
stock sales and trading on County Court
Mrs. E. O. Collins and son, left yes
terduv for a visit to Cim'i ui.iti.
PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY AND
TOMORROW; WARMER WEDNES
Following are this morning's quota
tions ou country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens 12c
Spring ehiekens He
Old roosters 6c
HAS MOVED Woo Jun, proprietor of
tho Chinese laundry iu Market street
on account of premises to bo torn
down has moved to H9 E. Third St.,
adjoining tho Donovan corner. All
laundry called for and delivered.
WOO JUN. JyOOui
WANTED Work, general housovvork
or on a farm by Elmer Carr, colored,
aged 10, ;13C East Fourth street.
WANTED The loan of a Modem Jtmd
or's Uiblo for a few days. Best of
care Mill be taken. Leave at Ledger
FOK SALE Thrco burner gasoline
stove on stand with ovon. Apply to
Mrs. Mollio Sherwood, It. It. 3.
FOR KENT Flat of 4 rooms, uowlj
painted and papered, gus ami buth
Apply to Mrs. L. M. Mills, .10 West
Front nl reel. laOt
FOlf KENT Thollargo room over the
Snllio S. Wood Drugstore, Market and
Second streets. Apply at tho drug
POIt KENT A newly repaired cottage
iu liist class condition. James S. D.iw
sou. 30 Gt
LOST (lolil bar pin, engraved, between
IJarkley'b Shoo Store and Art Shop
Fiuder please return to Art Shop ami
LOST Monday between the New York
Store and the O, &. O, Htntion, a pack
ago containing two gingham dresses
and a gun bill. I'lcaso return to Mr
M. E. HuriiH, West Fourth street and
LaSTa7l0 between M. C. .Kiissell
C'o.'s store and Wall street on Second
Finder return to Gordon Clillds, 1M(I
Wnll street and receive reward.
POUNIU A sum of money. Gall, do
Kcribjj nud tell amouut. ' George Ji
Pranjc & Co.
n K0W YOU ARE TIRED OF
THAT WILL INTEREST YOU
Have you seen the lovely, new, Roman striped Windsor
Ties, the new Flare Collars?
I he greatest stock of Ribbons in this part of Kentucky.
I,aces so lovely and cheap that they will prove irrestst-
Hosiery, sheer and fine, yet it will wear beyond your
Novelties that were brought out yesterday in New York.
All our Summer Goods are greatly reduced and many of
them will pay you to buy now for next year.
Our price on Rugs, of goodness and beauty combined,
cannot be equalled.
Curtains and Curtain Goods attractive in styles and price.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STRFFT
Date Set For Mason County's
First Real Local Op'ion
Judgo Rico Overrules Potition For
Soparato Wot Election in
Petition of T. M. Lane ami otheis .isk
injr for an election iu the County of
Miisoti on the L'Mh day of September,
upon tho question whether or not sjiiut
ous, vinous or limit liquors should lie
sold, or bartered or loaned in said coun
ty. Said petition was granted, and an
election is ordctcd to be held upon the
-Mh day of September.
Petition of J. W. Pitzgerald and oth
ers for an election in tho Second, Third
and Fourth Wards in the City of Mays
ville upon the question whether or not
spiritous, vinous, or mult liquort, r.lnnil.1
he sohl or barteied or loaned iu said
city. Satit petition was overruled.
The will of Elijah Thomas Hill ,1c
ceased was produced in court, filed,
pioven by K. II. Iluniloiig ami W. S
Paul. Will admitted to piob.ite.
The will of John Meistler was piodue
eil ill court and onlricd filed, proven bv
(ienrge (iibbons and Charley Drnist.
Ilenrj Meiotler was ippointcd e
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Be Square With
Get all the clothes
Hart, Schaffner &
Iter. Stein clothes always yield the greatest 31 a
it profit in worth and satisfaction. Any man j
U who has worn them will tell you that. $
$ J Bright new spring and summer goods. 3 J
3 I Amazing values at 25 off. j
$25.00 values. .
J. WKSLEY LEE,
STHE Rnnn CLOTHES HAN.
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CLEARANCE SALES AD
WILL TELL YOU OF
editor of the estate of John Meistlcr
doce.ised, without surety.
Unhert Hill was appointed eceutor of
the estate of El-j.ih Thomas Hill, ,1G.
ceased, with it. (1. Ilumlong as surety.
W. S. tttul, C. K. Hill ami W.' I,
Woodwaid were appointed to appraise
the personal estate of Klijih Tl as
The sale bill of .1. M. Gilford, ileceas
ed vmu produced in court and ordered
Julia Lee Hill was appointed guar
dian of Maggie Lee Mill, with Ifobert L.
1 1 ill as surety
The Poorest Place in Town.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
ON THE VERGE
A Drama of War and Society,
In 4 Paris. Admission 5c
COMING-Marion Leonard in
THE LIGHT UNSEEN
6 Reels. Admission 10c ffi 15c
appreciate that porch
the year round
It's just as convenient in winter as in
summer. While its cheerful glow wel
comes your friends and guests, it is also
the best burglar protection against tramps
and other undesirable callers. It is a
striking example of the superior conven
ience of electric light.
' 'EDISON -
With Edison Ma-t'a Lamps you can enjoy all the
other conveniences of ckclricliht the cellar light
the atiic Hfiht, tl.o clc eel Iig.it, the nll-night light
because EDISON MAZDA lamps t'e so little cur
rent that you can afford all thcSse electric comforts
t.t ro greater cost than you paid for the more
ordinary uses of old style electric lamps. Tell us
what you want and we'll tell you the best size of
lamps for the purpose. We supply all sues of
the famous EDISON MAZDA Lamps.
Cut our prices before buying elsewhere.
value possible. J $
Marx and Ederheim-S
Sicind and Markat SfrfRi.
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