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Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Mavsvllle's Fnrr-mnsl Clothiers.
iMrs. II. B. Dauglicrty is visiting rol
atlvc in Covington.
Col. Jesse Calvert waa n visitor in
Cincinnati Sunday ami Monday.
Mr. Elwood Hosor is at homo aftei
spending 11 few days in Cincinnati.
' Miss Anna Dieterich lias returned
"' nfter .1 delightful visit in Conway,
air. Tom Auspauh of Hyde Park
- Clneinnnti is spending a few days in
Misses May Listen and Lueillo Mur
v phy are visiting friends and relative
(Mr. M. Lingg, of Now Oxford, 1'enn.,
-was the guest of Mr. .1. II. Laurence
Stuulny and Monday.
!Mrs. J. E. Huff of January street hiu
as her guest, her sister Miss Kleta
Itishup of Flora, Ky.
(Miss Uosc Key, of Haj ton, Ky.. wa
the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. W. (
Booton of Coinniereo street.
Miss Elizabeth Piclitoi of E.ist See
oiid street is visiting her cousin Mrs
iEarl Sfagoter of Cincinnati.
"('Mrs. John 1). T.ish, of Chicago, i
lloro to attend the funeral of liei
hrother-in-law, Jolin C. l'ecor.
"Rhv H. B. AVilhnvt.. left Mon.luv
n' mo mini for Louisville to hiiend a u.irl
of his vacation with his sistet.
"Miss Grace Hippie fiom Conlton, O
i the guest of her cousin, Mrs. .1. II
Bryant on East Second street.
Health Nurse 1IU Anna Casey re
turned Sunday from her vacation trip
1 through Canada and New York.
I Mrs. Lillian Scott of Indianapolis
.is the guest of her brother, Mr. Ar
thur L. Haney on 3'orest avenue.
tMr. Itoger Povino after a fex' days
visit at home left Sunday morning fn
Louisville where he has a fine position
s Ir. and Mrs. S. T. l'arrow of Pi mil
treot, have as their guests their daugh
ter, Mrs. M. .f. flnilfoylo and children
at Mt. Carniel.
Mrs. J. AV. Wheeler and Miss Ona
Qulsenborry left Saturday for a x-isit
with Mrs. A. W. Curry at Maysville.
Mrs. W. B. White, of Hast oSc
ond streot, has as her guests Mrs.
Amanda Poxx-ell of the Hill Top and
Miss Salllo Drydcn of Mt. Olivet.
MM Omiwn i "M"-Ekc!ttc
UtUUf iU (Uitbf-iUrS
Mit tnmnitk "2S" I-pM-MBjtr-EUctrlc
Mis Adelaide Davidson in visltlu
her aunt, Mrs. Ben Gasner at Port
Miss Llda'Bony returned homo from
Chicago whore sbo has been visiting the
Mrs. ' Bottlo Pumcll of Louisville i
visiting her, brother, 'Mr. Simon Crowell
of Walnut Btroot.
Misa Ellen Adair Towlea of Paris,
,1. the guest of Mr. Dick Dodsoiu. on
East 'JMilrd street.
Miss Georgia Clnrk has returned
homo after n delightful visit to Miss
Ttuth Cooper of near Aberdeen.
iMcssrs. Gordon Sulser, Henry E
Poguo and Mr. Stnntou Cllft motored
over to Georgetown, Ky., last exciting
to nttend tho State Convention of Elks
now in sessison In thnt city.
Oris. Hannah C. Currau returned
uoimj.xUondny night after a protracted
visit with lmr son. Mr. Y C. Currau in
Ciueliinatt. ller son, Mr, 'Thomas H
Currau of Cincinnati came up with his
mother for a fexv days' visit.
Mrs. Bcssio Pox Moseley and daugh
ter Mir. Christine MoTclcy of Atlanta.
Ga., arc tho guests of the former's aunt,
Mrs. Hannah C. Currau of East Fourth
street and will go to Dover this after
noou for a visit to her aunt, Mm. L. C
Anderson nnd other relatives. Mrs
Moseley is a daughter of tho late
Arthur Pox, who moved from Dovei
years ago and died in Florida. Mrs
Fox is still lixing and resides at Lees
burg, Florida. Mrs. Moseley was on a
pleasure trip nnd has been visiting ii
Richmond and Washington and xvil
hpend some time in Cincinnati.
Ohio State- League
Lexington at Portsmouth.
Charleston at Cbillieotho.
Xoxv York at Pittsburg.
Boston nt Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
St. Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at Xcw York.
Chicago at Boston.
Ohio Stato Leaguo
Portsmouth, 5; Lexington, 1.
Chillieothe, fl; Charleston, I.
'Brooklyn, 0; Chicago, II.
New York, 7; Pithburg, It.
Boston, J 1m ; Cincinnati, 1-M.
Philadelphia, 1; St. Louis, -t.
Cleveland, 0; Philadelphia, .".
Washington, 1-3; New York, (I-1.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Ohio Stato Leaguo
Charleston 2."i 17
Portsmouth 2.T IS
Chillicotho 21 20
Lexington 17 -'."
New York fit)
St. Louis fiS
St. Louis '. fi3
AYBE it is an old fashioned
idea this notion of putting all
the value possible into the car
itself and as little as possible
into overhead expense-
it has ei ven the Paige a posi
tively dominant position among
cars of medium price
Ample capital for operating pur
posesno bonded indebtedness
no excessive capitalization no
heavy overhead of any kind to be
Just a full dollar of car value for
every dollar of the selling price.
Is it any wonder that th&Paigcis
going to be oversold again this
year in spite of increased production?
The Pli.Dtrl Motor Car Co.. Detroit. HlcL.
I Central Garage Co.,
I Maysville, Ky.
MATINEE AND NIGHT!
in five parts- The story is taken from Harris Dick
son's book, "THE OLD RELIABLE." Special
Matinee. 8 Reels will be shown this afternoon for
10c Don't miss this bargain. MATINEE ONLY.
5 Reels tonight.
COMING NEXT TUESDAY
THROUGH THE CLOUDS"
(Lontiuued froiu first page.)
gun fire, the German cavalry occupied
the town, which is about Ifi miles south
The French cavalry, followed by in
fantry and light nrtlllory, came from
the north along the llix'er Meuse and
dislodged tho Hermans from tho town.
It is claimed that the (toriiuiiu xvere
forced back ten miles from Dliiant. The
battle line x-avered, according to the
dispatches thnt either side has gained
,;ny marked advantage.
Blamont and Circy, txvo Lorraine
frontier towns, have been retaken In
the French. They are west of Strass
Tho dispatch from Paris states that
txvo aviators lloxv from Verdun to Met
and dropped bombs. Their object xao
to destroy Zeppelin airships. Wholhei
their bombs struck the hangars con
tabling the airships, the aviators li -not
know. They Hew at a height oi
i.early 7,000 feet. They xxere Hied a.
often but returned safely.
Tho Central News has a dispatch
fiom Berlin that pu.7.1eil the war u.
perts. It stated that L'nipcror William
had just gone to the front, lie h.ui
previously been declared to haxe gone
tc tho fiont in n motor car.
Fragmentary dispatches continue t(.
arrix-o telling of the fighting k-lweei
the Servians and Austrians. Tho Ser
xians claim that they sank two boat
loads of Austrians near Belgrade.
Bussia has sent a note demanding
tl.nt Turkey permit the passage ul tic
Bussian Black sea lleet through tin
Scliihncck Taken By Fiouch
London, August 17, 2:fi0 p. m. A dis
patch from Paris to tho I lax as agone.x
says French troops have occupied tli
toxvn of Schirmeek, y miles lie.xniu
Saales in Alsace. They took txxelxt
field guns, txxelve caissons and eih
rapid-fire guns. The French eax.ilr.x
then pushed on to Mulbaeh and Lutel
British Mado Austrians Flco.
London, August 17, 12: lfi P. M..
dispatch from Boino to tho 13eli.iuge
Telegram company says it is reported
from Ancona that four British battle
ships' pursued tho 'Austrian enilsuu
Aurora and Szigetvar, which xven
blockading Antivaria. The Austrian
essels took refuge behind tho fortili
eatious of the naval station nt Pol.i.
Prussian Eaglo at French War Ofllee
Paris, Aug. 17. The first Prussian
eagle captured by tlio French during
the present war Bxvuug today above the
entrance to the xvar olllco in Paris. 1'
is a red and black llag bearing a Prus
slnii eaglo in the centor which was
boruo into battle by the fir,st Lower
Alsatian iufantry regiment.
Kaiser Leave3 fotJlio Front.
London, Aug. 17. An Ainstonlnii
dispatch to tho Contral News says Bor
1 i ii reports that tho German Emperoi
has left for the front.
Messrs. Miko Broxvn, Henry Pablo
Harold Bobinsoi), W. B. 'fully ndn son
Billy Wolls, Charley Hopper, V, V.
aorbrlch, Allen Colo nnd Wnilsxvnrth
Colo, all,woro representing their busi
ness interests and boosting Maysville
at County Court nt Mt. Olivet yester
day. Col. C. L. Tannlnn, President of The
Loxvis County Fair Association enmo
down from Vnnceburg this morning on
business. Ho says his Fair xvas a big
shoxv but tho attondaneo xvas not mi
largo as oxpectcd.
Mr. Oeorgo S, Bruee, .Ir., of Hous
ton, Texas, who ban boon visiting hH
Evans o t MnyVvlllo l.iV morning to
Lanfl, left oiayn.ino ini9 morning 10
Hrandparents. Bov. and Mrs. J, M
Visit his sister, Mrs, Bruce "owjiat
uinniiaio. juiur m
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i i j .w w . . iii in in iii i nwii H..ir.tfTi
' ! ? 0,'3-'p'"ptltlU"al1tL7f
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
HAVE LONG MEMORIES.
Paris. "Don 't fail to bring bad,
the clocks," is tho request of the
crowds in Paris and the proxinees tr
all troops leaving for the front.
Tho demand of the French for (ler
man clocks groxvs out of the xvar of
1S70. During the Franco-Prussian con
llict the Germans entering Franco took
a fancy to the French bronze clocks
and xvhen tho xvar xvas oxer scanelx
a single one could be found in the couu
Members of Blnggold Lodge No. 2",
I O. O. F. are requested to meet at
their hall on Wednesday August l'.Uh.
at 2:.'10 ji. ni. to attend the funeral of
brother John C. Pecor from the re-i
deuce at 3:00 p. in.
J. C. BAINS, N. O.
SIMON NHLSON. Sec.
Members of DeKalb Lodge, No. I.'
I. O. O. F. are requested to meet at
their hall on Wednesday August l'Uh,
at 2:110 ji. m. "to attend the funeral ii
brother John C. l'ecor from the res.
deuce at 11:00 p. m.
JOHN W. THOMPSON, Se.
U. Q. BAILKV, N. G.
SAYS WAR WILL BENEFIT U.
Washington, Aug. 17. Secretary
Lane believes that the effect of tin
European war will be a direct benefit
to tho American people in making their
realiro to a greater extent the valiu
ol tjieir mineral resources.
Bev. J. M. Hvans uiiltVd In marriage
Mr. John W. Baldwin and Miss 'Minuii
Hays, yesterday at his home on Limr
l'olloxving are tuts morning's quoU
tiona on country produce, telephoned at
J o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Prt
Fggs (loss oir) 19c
Old lams 12c
Spring cliielvcns lie
Old roosters 0c
Cincinnati, August 17. Receipts for
the tast IS hours are as follows:
Cattle, L'2!U; hogs, ."KM I; sheep, 2001
Cattle Coxvs steady, all other guide
slow and lOe to lfic lower. Shippom
r7.fi0S..'i0, extra S.t!0!t.2fi, bulchi r
"leers, extra f0.Sfi7.U0; good to choii i
f(!.Sfi7.1K), eommoii to fair ffi. fi00.7fii
heifers, extra $7.8fiS, good to choici
f7.2fi7.75, coiumoii to fair $l.7fi7,
tows t'l-fiC.7fi, good to choice fi.TfiOi
O.fiO, coinmon to fair .f:i.2fifi.(!fi, cai
Bulls Steidy. Bologna $00.fi0, ik
trn '$0.000.75, fat bulls 0.fi07.
Milch Cows 31oxx
Calves Sloxv and 25c to fiOe highe
Kxtra 11, fair to good Rfi010.3il
common nnd large $5.fi010.23.
Hogs Slow and xveak to lfic lower
Selected heavy $90.13, good to choice
packers ami butchers .f!t.200.2.", nil v
cd packers $9.10!).2O, stags 1.7Gi
0.50, common to eholco hoavy fat soxvs
08, extra $8.10, light shippers W
!).2fi, pigs (110 11)3. and less) jf08.25
Sheeji Steady. "Extra ligJit $I.7"S
good to choice $l.l0(ji)!.70, eoinnion to
fair $2.7fi-l.2fi, heax-y sheep .J3.75gi i
Spring Lambs Steady. Kxtra 'iS.Tfi
good to choice j8.258.G.'i, eoiu'mon to
jair $fi.508, culls $1.25fi.
Wheat steady 0397c; corn easy,
8C6D80VV. oats firm. iVA&l'lVi?: iyu
. l8l8l Hay ateady, 10JHI18.i
i ilJuUe'r firm, ogg firm,' prlmo firsts, korchlefu with jiurplo- bi
Ua2ift"flt9jr620ol seconds 15e ioulv whero botwoeu tho IIjll
rgfflfejS; lJr.prlngcV,, 1)JL.1WU atrcej.a Third, m
$2,50 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY TONIGHT
Party Musi Bn in the House Willi Coupons
"A ROMANCE OF THE PUEBLO'
Riogrnpl) Indian Play.
nro now coming in
moro plentiful nnd
h'sa in price. Let us
liavo jour order to
day and wo will jive
you both the differ
ence in price and qual
ity. J. C. CABLISH
SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY OFTHE
"OLD RELIABLE GERMANTOWN FAIR"
GAVE IT'S FIRST EXHIBITION IN 1854.
The Greatest "Home Fair" in the Ohio Valley.
AUGUST 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th.
SPECIAL FEATURE Farmers' Uhautauqua Every Day.
Music by Storm's Band of Lexington, Ky.
Color Scheme First Premium, Blue; Second, Red;
Third, Yellow; Fourth, White.
Send to Secretary Dan Lloyd, Germantown, Ky., for Program.
"MEET ME AT THE GERMANTOWN FAIR "
WEATHER REf ORT
FAIR TODAY; LOCAL SHOWERS
(Iuhjjo murks 4.2.
In tlio Cincinnati district the Ohio
River will fall slowly in the upper
part and be about stationary in tin
lower part during Tuesday.
Our Colored gilizcns,
Miss Uertlia Morton left .Sunday for
Vnnceburg where she will teach school
!Mrs. Nancy Edwards and d.iugliter.
Mrs. M.unie K. Smith of Covington, an
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mm
W'TntED Tobuy a pair of pl.it forn
scales, Sparks iV Co., H.ist Second
street, ue.ir Brown Oarage. IS It
WAjNTKD Bookkeeper and stei.o
graphor. New beginner preferred.
Apply to Mason Lumber Co. 17a It
VANTIn-Vasliliig to do. Mrs. Oar
rott, Cottage street.
WA NTH D Work, general, )1iusBWork
or on a farm by lllmer Carr, colored,
aged 1!. MO K.ist Fourth street.
I'Oll SAM! Rooming house; all I'm
nished, at 100 Market street. lO.illl
rou KENT ruuNisiu:!) ROOM
ltath in connection Appl to Mrs
J. 1 Nash, 207 West Second street
LOST Class pin, owlsh.iped, with
two sots, ono missing; iuiti.ili, J. M
II. S. on same. IMeise return to Miss
Georgia llornback and receive ro
LOST Two paid of ladies' black lime
between the l'rincoss Kink and Mr.
Iloellich's residence. Kelurii to this
ollico and receive reward.
LOST Somewhere between tlio Ke'ioe
resilience and my homo in West See
oiid street, poekotbook containing !
quuitors and key to my dwelling. Ko
ward if returned to Mrs. l'ied Adams,
2U2 West Second street. 33a It
LOST a gold pin, crescent shaped
set with pearls, somowhero betweei.
Uoeolnvood Park aud Walnut streot
or on tho ear. Koturn to Mrs. K. L.
Uenn nnd rocolvo roward.
LOST Registered chauffeur's badge ol
Stato of Ohio, No, 2795. Finder please
rutum to J. II. Taylor or Ledger ollico
LOST A white crocheted scarf out of
an auto, somowhero hi tho East End
Koturn to Charles Sweet at Postolllce
LOST-Small paoknga eontainlng two
yards of Whito goods and two hand
kerchiefs with purple- bordor, eomo
nflica .'and- reeeiVa "reward, m f I ItfllR
August Clearance Sales
A lot of people are buying: "oxv for future use, because of
the cut in prices, goods that can be used every day in the
year. All Summer Goods must go to make ready for the
Fall and Winter Goods now being bought in New York.
Crepes, Voiles, Ratines, etc., at about 25, 33 and even 50
per cent, reduction. Must have the room and you get the
Ratine and other heavy cotton goods can be worn all
winter for house dresses and you get them cheap.
Silks and handsome Dress Goods at cut prices.
All the latest novelties received almost daily.
New Collars, Ties, Ribbons, Laces, Gloves, etc.
R03ERT L. H0EFLICH
5 211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
A rare relic Beecher's l'l moutli
Brooklin cliun hcanip skillet, huge and
in fairly good condition. Price, 10, no
less. Address, dipt. B. A. Murphy,
with check, at Point Pleis.int, Ohio
'O "h.y ''y'jwiiii ' u iiusMcSEL" 3fcyiB' '
The Silent Breeze -Maker
CT, The Emerson special model "Residence Type" oscil
lating fan can be a, daily factor in the comfort of your
home. No other gives the same results. The finest
fan for living room, dining room or bedroom.
CE, Brings quiet relief from heat just the rush of cool
, Easiest to adjust. Costs little to run. Guaranteed
five years by the factory. "Why not have one?
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Be Square With
Get all the clothes
Hart, Schaffner &
S er, Stein clothes always y.ield tho greatest ft j
:H profit in worth and satisfaction. Any man S i
8 who has worn them will tell you that. g $
4i iingnL new spring
amazing values at Apyo
$25 OO values
4. WESLEY LEE,
;ll J THE GOOD CLOTHES MAN,
ANNE S.CIIAFFEU IN
"THE POOR FOLK'S BOY"
Special Two-Reel Vitagrnph Feature
"THE PEACEMAKER. PAY"
Tomorrw "The Million Dollar Mystery"
SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT.
Willis Roberts and Louis Maitin of
Da ton, Ky., were guilty of breach of
tho peace; fine $5 and cost each. They
telegraphed home fur funds to p.iy their
Marx and Ederbeim- tt ft
ana summer gooas. .
Second ant) Parkst Streets. S
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