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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Mnry bad n littlo think
I'm sum that alio know better,
Hut ?os'l's s:0' t'l!,t '" H ca''
"funs vory liard to Rot hur.
Miss Anna Boll Ward of This City
Wants n 5-Milo Swimming Try-Out
With Miss Barnard.
Training for n swim by being pursued
around the house, nnd through tho Holds
Hereabouts by her brothers is tho waj
Miss Anna Hell Ward of Maysvillo pro
jnrcs herself for a swinunnlg rnco. Miss
Ward was one Of the contestants enter
ed In the women's race on Monday, but
sho could not start because of a slid
den attack of illness. Just after Miss
1'rnncos Haruard of Dayton, Ky., finish
ed first in tho race, Monday, Mis?
Ward challenged the winner for a Avo
ir ile raco. Miss Ward believes she ha
good grounds for a challenge, as sho
says sho did three miles in tho Ohio
rlvor in 1 hoilr and 23 minutes, which
sho says is HIMs minutes better than
tho time in which Miss Harnard nego
tiated the same distance. The young
women swimmers use different stroke
in swimming. Miss Harnard uses an
over head stroke, while Miss Wurd em
jloys the Australian ciawl. The Mays
illo young woman won a swimming
race when she was 1 1 years old. The
race took place in Lake Michigan off
Chicago. In addition to that Miss Ward
says she has won all of the races held at
Maysville. She says lier ehest and
lings have developed wonderfully. Sho
is a singer, and she says the continuous
practice that is necessary for a singer
has helped her "wind" "to such an ex
tent that she enn swim live miles and
not feel fati'-ued. She also is a tenuis
player. Miss Ward shows her volatil
ity by ni.tnagiug a picture show in
M'nysville. Miss Ward is willing to
swim at any time that will bo suitable
for Miss Harnard, either this ear or
Miss Alico Lloyd of near
was in Mnysvlllo yesterday.
IMiss Martha flrccn Sharp is enter
taining her cousin, Miss Agues Turner,
iMrs. D. L. Desmond nnd children nre
home after n threo weeks' visit in Cln
Mr. James Harvey Salleo of Coving
ton Is spending a few dnjs with friends
In this city.
Professor and Mrs. II. C. Harm's leave
today for a fow days' visit to relatives
lu Mt. Olivet.
Mr. (leorge Wels of Now Richmond
Ohio, is visiting his friend, Mr. nils
Misses Hmma and
Wedonin nre visitin;
wards in Covington.
Prances Cord of
; tho Misses Ed
MBS. AEMOITR'S LECTURE.
fma Afnrt ffnrriu A t Ml nil r . tho
ill 1 9 HI1 - j ---- ,
"whirlwind from (ieorijia" entertain!
ed a crowded house at the Courthouse
last night with a two hours talk on
Mrs. Armour presented her arguments
hi faor of Piohibition m a clear, torco
ful wa and made every word count.
The 'lecture was pronounced by many
as tho best ever given in this city or
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Having sold our business and desiring
to wind up all accounts by September
1st, wo ask all our patrons to call and
setllo accounts on or before that date.
All those haing accounts against the
firm, will present same for payment.
.SCHWARTZ & SOX.
Wall papjjr, digs and paint at HEN-DBICKSON'S.
Mr. R. H. Cord of Covington is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. It. M. Harrison,
of Commerce street.
Mr. Oscar Sewell of Winchester is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. B. W. Black
well of Forest Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Black are in
ishington City this week and, later
w 11 go to Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. llowland have as
their guest, Miss Edna Snow of Phil
adelphia who is a niece ol Mr. How
land. ft ft m
Mr. and Mis. Allie Sheltou ami son,
Gentry of (leorgetown, Ky., will arrive
today for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Robert Hlaiue leaves today for
her homo in Washington, after a visit
at the home of Mr. E. I'. Browning in
the West En. I.
Mr. John Stoker, one of the Standard
Oil Company's valued employes here,
is spending his vacation with his son,
Mr. Ed Stoker of Covington.
Mr. James W. Piper and daughter.
Miss Julia left yesterday for Cincin
nati, where they were called on account
ol the critical illness of Mr. Piper's
Mrs. Ernst Miles and son l.eroy,
leave tomorrow for their home in I.e
i'iton, after a visit to Mrs. Mile't
mother, Mrs. Mollie Mitchell in this
Miss Itqsbi,. Mcintosh and her brother
and wife of Covington are visiting
their aunt, Miss Suda Thomas of Cherry
htreet and theii f ither at Klemiiigsbuig,
Mr. Oeorgo Mcintosh.
Miss I.elia Wheeler, who has been
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alwilda
Wheeler, of Foiest avenuo for sum"
ti ne, left Tuesday for n visit to Lev
li gtnu, Iloustonville, and later to hu
lrka Springs, Tpiiii., before going
! FLIER NO. 1 1
WE MUST HAVE MONEY I
In order to get it, we are going to offer our
entire stock of goods to you at such prices that
you will be COMPELLED to buy. Each week
we are going to announce some "Flier," and dur
ing that week, any article advertised, you can have
at your own price, practically, for we are deter
mined to make the goods move. This week, be
ginning Monday, the 17th, every piece of Enamel
Ware, Tin Ware and Aluminum Ware in our
MUST BE SOLD
Ladies, here's a chance to replenish your
kitchen supply at your own price, and dop't for
get that with every $1 cash purchased you get a
ticket entitling you to a chance on a five passen
ger Touring Car, fully equipped with ElecVic
Starter, Ele&ric Lights, Electric Generator, 3 speeds,
etc. and also, an Up-to-Date Runabout Automo
bile, both to be given away some time during the
year 1915, as announced in our Big Ad.
SQUARE DEAL MAN. B
DEKALB LODGE ELECTS OFFICERS
DoKalb Lodge No. 12, T. 0. O. V.
last night elected olllcors as follows:
P. 0. M. Alton I). Cole.
P. O. Ph. Byron Itudy.
Harry L. Walsh, Harlan Young and
Bernard Pollitt were elected as delo
gates to tho Grand Lodge 1. O. O. E
which convoues ut Frankfort tho sec
ond Tuosdny in October.
You will find IIRRfi more nice thhigs to make your Picnic Lunch appetizing
uul wholesome than anywhere." 1 ' ' '' .
i If you ure.goliig to take ail Outing, wc will.be glad tsjhave.jou call.
By Germans With Terrible
Unless Allies Rally Emperor Bill
Will Take Paris in a Month
German Legions. Sweeping Onward
Lord Kitchener, who commands tho
British army in his first speech in Mie
House of Lords snid:
"THEItE WILL BB SERIOUS CON
FLICTS WHICH UNDOUBTEDLY
WILL STRAIN THE FORCES OF
Paris, Prance, Aug. 20. Tho war of
rtce has issued the following:
"The commander in chief, requiring
all available forces, lias ordered the
I rogrcssivo abandonment of occupied
teiritory. Muolhausen has again been
"A new battle is In jirogrcs between
.Maubeugo and Donon. On it hangs the
fato of Prance. Operations in Alsace
and along tho lthiue would take awav
tioops upon which victory might de
peiul. It is necessary that they all
withdraw from Alsace temporarily in
older to assure its final deliverance.
It is a matter of hard necessity.
Belgium hnb refused Germany's o'Ter
of pence and although devastated, will
light to the last man.
Wireless Berlin dispatch says a concen
tric advance of till German armies to
ward Paris" Is probable.
Germans say they captured H0 guns
and 111,000 prisoners and that the army
of Gen. .loll re, the French commander,
has been broken up.
The Itivcr Semois, I.ongwy nnd the
greater part of the Belgo Trench fron
tier are in German hands.
The allies say that, their oirensive
operations having failed, they have re
treated to their first line of defense
works preparatory to another advance.
Pive forts and the city of Xatnur
have been captured by the Germans.
The fall of four other "forts is declared
Msaco and Lorraine have been de
st rted by the French troops.
The French army in the Vosges mnun
tiins retreated, 'fearing it might be
Germans attacked Malines, thirteen
miles from Antwerp.
F.uglish newspapers say the l.uglish
and liinii.ins will "fight to the finish."
Russians claim that tho defeat of
three German army corps was turned
into a rout.
Ostein! dispatch says 2."i,000 Germans
have been sui rounded between Courtrai
Allied lleets reported to have de
stroyed fortified port of Cutturro, l'.il
p'utiu. Servians and Montenegrins claim an
other victory over the Austrians.
Claimed that of n.tinii men of the
Strassburg garrison who went into nc
tinn, only 1,800 roturned.'
German Zeppelin airship dropped
bombs niton Antwerp, one landing near
King Albert's palace. It was finally
brought to earth by artillerists.
BACK AND ON THE GRIND.
Messrs. A. O. Cnrr and W. T. Davis
uro -homa-from Cincinnati, to which
point they accompanied Pr. Phillip!
and Messrs Haucko and Burke on the
trip to Denver.
Tho report that Messrs. Davis and
f'arr were to accompany tho others
through to Denver was erronous. Xeith
ei of tho young men could leave his
business for so e.xtendod a trip at the
present, though "Jack" would no
doubt bo ns much nt homo with his
Indian on the Mojnve as riding the
camel ncross tho burning sands; and
Davis, who is one of tho most conser
vative of mid men adds to his "Safety
first" motto tho one of "Get by."
Whilo in tho Queen City tho boys had
their headquarters with Tho Itemelin
Co. on Main street nnd tho indefati
gablo kindness and courtesy of Mr.
Itemelin, 0110 of tho chief scouts of tho
leotorcycling world added Iminensly to
tl.o enjoyment of their stay there. Mr.
Kemelin number his medals, by tho
dozen and his friends by hosts, and
"See. Rem" is tho pnss-vvord of hun
dreds of tourists.
Phillips, Burko and Haucko left Cin
einnati Sunday noon, going by way of
Ii.dianapolis. 'They ?arry with them tin
good wishes of tho "bunch" and tholr
srores of friends for good luck and it
great time. "Sure! They'll get by,
if anybody can," says tho "buch."
Tho trip to Cincinnati gavo Davis an
opportunity to try out his powerful
now mount and sinco ho mado a perfect
sioio, coniin' and goin', ho says ho's
" 'tlrely satisfied" with her porfor
ipnneo under all conditions. Ho soya tho
yellow beauty is "some boat," a peach
and n pippin.
Tho boys entered Covington by way
of tho historic "Stringtown" pike,
through tho Knoblands, famed in his
tory and romance.
'Twas a great timq. May they all go
again nnd often.
Yesterday. Mr. John M. Tweed of
Clovoland, Ohio, and Miss Lucille M.
Smith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T, II
N. Smith of thlH clfy worn granted
Tho ceremony will bo ndrformed at
tho homo ofAtliejbridO tomorrow by tho
SECOND DAVS PROCEEDINGS
Of tho Mason and Fleming County Col
orcd Teachers Instituto.
The Institute convened at the ap
pointed time with Rev, It. Jackson or
the Bethel Baptist Church as conductor
of devotional exercises. Kaeh teacher
lesponded to tholr name 'by giving n
short talk on somo of the causes that
arc most detrimental to our raco. Some
of the subjects that wore nbly discussed
Mere: Indiirereuce, Whisky Tratlic
Unreliability, Kvtravagnnce, Lack
of Confidence, Non-ltespect for
Girls on the part of boys and Helf-Ue-spect
on part of Girls, Not Being Punc
tuai, nml others.
Prof. M. T. Martin, chairman of the
program committee called for the pro
gram as outlined by the sylabus. The
subjects tint were nbly discussed and
handled were: How to Teach Primary
Arithmetic, Miss Prances Htrawder;
Home Geography, Miss I'va McConico;
Reading in the Second Grade, Miss
Elizabeth McAllister; Manual Training
Profs. .Martin and Davis; Agriculture,
Prof. It. L. Dent; Management and Dis
cipline, Prof. W. II. Humphrey; MUs
Allen, Correction of Language Lessons.
All these subjects were discussed in
a manner so as to give each teacher
practical ideas as to tholr use.
Domestic Science nnd Nature Study
weie olaboritoly discussed by the in
st motor. Ile nid tint where the teach
er had not the facilities for teaching
Domestic Science in the schoolroom,
tl.ey could give the children recipes and
they could bring back samples of the
losults, And that Nature Study nwnk
ens sympathy and strengthens tho will
to do right.
Prof. Button, Supervisor of Rural
Schools of Kentucky, was Introduced
nnd ;avii iu an interesting talk of his
vUW to Booker T. Washington's School
at Tuskegee, Ala. Ile aNo said to in
spire tho boys and girls our school
rooms should be adorned with pictures
of our distinguished men and women
nnd that our libraries contain omo
books of our woo u liters. We highlv
appreciated Prof. Button's talk unJ
tendered him a vote of thinks for the
We nre still encouraged and empress
ed by the way Prof. Wood is conduct
ing oi' r institute and the teachers who
pro not inspired by his simple and prac
tieul ideas of teaching mav as well give
up right now as failures
P. STRAWPKH, Reporter.
A spocial program will be rendered
bv the Institute Tlnrsday evening at
the Bethel Che di. P of. Wood, Insti
tute Instructor, will be the distinguish
Major John Walsh and sons, llarr.v
L. and Ones, and Col. .lis. A. Wallace
r.ro rusticating at Rugi-les Camp
While driving up Second street in his
lord yesterday morning, .Mr. A. .M
Casey of the county had a little smash
up. Ho was driving East nnd when in
front of Traxel's tho back wheels skid
ded and headed the mnchlnO for the
White Hall IIo'l. The back wheels
slipped again and the front wheels
struck tho curb iu front of Oeo. II.
Frank & Co.'s store and turned the
i'nchino completely around.
Tho damngo vViis slight, only one
wheel being broken,
Mr. Casey was unhurt.
Tho Central Garage rendered "first
aid" to tho machine.
MOTORCYCLE IIEROE3 HEARD
Friends iu this city arc In receipt of
I ieturesquo postal cifnls from Mr.
Frank lluuckc, the popular postman,
who is now on n motorcycle tour to
Denver, Col. The last message was from
Indianapolis, and reports n dandy trip.
ABOUT THAT TRIP.
BUILD YCUR HOUSE NOW!
If you arc contemplating building n home or n house for nn investment, now
is the time to place your order. We have Hie largest stock of all kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and lme large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted tills large
supply nt a price very near cost of production nnd we nre in position to give you
the advantage of this good purchase. Plare your order now or let us give you an
estimate on your requirements; you will then leavd your order with Maysville'
Foremost Lumber Ynid.
The Mlason Lumber Co. "
Cor. Socondand LimestonoSts. Phone 519. MAVSViLLE, KV.
A. A. MoLaucmmn. L. N. Behan.
Ask "Doe" about the four-footed pe
liestrian who disregarded "safetv
Ask Jack about tho lantern that
made "The Merklo Light."
Ask Davis to tell you about Haucko V
thesis on tho uses of ice.
Spicu nrnnici nrsirvmrni !
WlOlf, rLWLEi KClTICiriDCK! S
Our cash register cost us $450 and gives you 2 per cent.
off for cash purchases. It issues a coupon for every sale. Good
for school hooks and school supplies. M
i J. T. KACKLEY & CO. 3
Room Moulding at a Special Price.
THE GERMANTOWN FAIR IS ON 1
The Germantown Fair began this
morning and barring the weather the
exhibition would be the greatest and
most successful iu its history. I
I'd Mason, colored, was fined if 1 1 !."
in Squire Bauer's court yesterday for
1 reach of the peace.
That's what they all say about our Soda and Ice Cream.
For Ice Cream Sodas and Sundies a superior quality of cream
is used. Our menu consists of about seventy-five beverages and
each one is a favorite with some of our trade. Be sure to get
M. F WILLIAMS & CO.
THE THIRD STREET
HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store.
Tobacco Growers will now want oil pants and aprons. Send in your orders.
A few Straw and Panama Hats left. Half the price is all we want for them.
To close out Men's and Hoy's Khaki Pants we reduce them to-85c and 40c respectively.
All of our i 1 and sqc Underwear reduced to 90c and 45c respectively.
Children's Wash Suits half price.
The best $5 Raincoat in the country.
Our line of Men's Shirts is doubtless the best in Maysville. The "Kclipse" that we sell at f 1
is the best shirt at the price in America. It is only found in the best stores.
Our Fall and Winter Shoes are now ready for your inspection.
O. tlHlO MITSTQ-EIR, &, CO.
Good News of Good Linen
Special purch use
lition uf (nidi unusual
of two-ynrd-wiile Irish table
and piitibfactory quality wo
are )i,"U 1 to oiF -r it f r n little as $1 yard. Cliara.
ing pa'ti ru va'1 0 y. Match Napkins 2 dozen.
Lingerie Embroidered to Look
Like French Handwork
50c to $1.25
One of the wonders of this Twentieth Cen
tury is the machine that makes embroidered
scallops and eyelets like the handwork of French
needlewomen. There is also a machine that
embroiders motifs after French designs. These
new devices enable us to offer copies of high
priced underwear at these modest prices:
NIGHTGOWNS $1, $1.25.
All above garments are neatly scalloped or
haye embroidered designs. Some have both em
broidered scallop and design.
No Reduced Goods Charged, Reserved, Exchanged or Sent on Approval.
are our roiiiimnt buyers. W mark our dress goods
very close. That moaiip when wo cut tho price of
remnants wo lose mouey on every yard, but because
tho gain is yours is not t he only reason so many take
advnntngo of tbo oiler. Another nason is because
the remnants are from our best and prettiest silks
nnd they afford a chauco for now dresses, blouse?,.
kimi'UHS at a fraction of rogulir price". Seo for
ARE YOU GOING TO THE
! GERMANTOWN FAIR?
I OF COURSE YOU ARE!
S You will need a new Shirt Waist, a Tango Cord,
2 a pair of Silk Hose, a pair of new Shoes, a
S little Roman Strine Ribbon, and one of those
new Wool Tunic Skirts just received by us.
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