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This Is the Last Week of $5
I Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers.
B. P. O. E. MEETING.
Regular meeting of the H. P. O. K.I.b
"this ovoning at 7:30. Full nttendauce
P. G. SMOOT, K. K.
W. It. SMITH, Sec
Storm's Baud of Lexington passed
through hero Inst night on the wn.v to
tho (Jeriuuiitown Fair. Mr. Clarence
Armour, formirlv a member of the Oem
Qrebestra, in this eit, is a member of
List of unclaimod letters in tho Maya
ville Postollico week ending August 20,
Brophy, Miss Viola
Caldwell, W. K.
Donaldson, Mrs. llttrluil
Kvnns, J nek ,
, Clilliaijj, Mjss .Mary
Howard, Hobort M.
Johnson, K. A.
Lybrook, Mrs. Christian
Moguma, 1). O.
One cent duo on above, letters.' Par
ties calling for samo will please say
M. F. KEIIOE, P. M.
MUs dulii MeDaniel delightfully en
tertained about a. score of her friends
with a'daneo at licr'liomo in East Third
street last night in honor of her guest,
Miss Jtuth Sewell, of Winchester, Ky.
Thero were tweho couples present and
the evening was spent In dancing and
games. At a late hour tho guests were
L&hcred To the dining room which w:f
beautifully decorated with ferns and
flowers, "whero delicious refreshments
were served, after which all departed
voting Miss MeDaniel u most charming.
Mrs. Frank La Kue of Dallas. Te.
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eneas
Mya.ll of West Tiiid street.
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford Cars
Kffcctivc from August 1st, 1011, to August 1st, 1U15, and
guaranteed against any reduction in that time:
Tottrtnff Car $JOO
Town Car OU O
H. (). 11 Detroit, nit enm fully equipped.
(In the United Stales of America out).)
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in
our factory production, and the minimum cost in our pur
chasing nnd sales departments if we can reach an output of
1100,000 cars between the above dates.
And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the
buyer's bliare from $J0 to $110 per car (on or about August
1, 1015) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car
between August 1st. 101 1, and August 1st, 10 Id.
For further particulars, regarding these low prices and profit
sharing plan, bee the
CENTRAL GARAGE CO., 112-116 Market Street
DAILY AT 1 P. M.
Admission Today Adults 10 cts. Ohildron 5 cts.
EPISODE NO. 4 OF
"THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY"
The. Famous Sprint Piny.
"THE EXPRESS MESSENGER"
Special Two-Reel Knlom Feat lire.
11 " " ' ' ,.,.,.. -.
"WANTED AN HEIR"
Knlem Comedy, Featuring Ruth Rolnnd and John
Good Music at Each Performance.
"OOODNKSS OKACIOIVS" TIip Star Vitngrnph
Following am this morning 'e quota
tions ou country product', telephoned at
0 o'clock by tho C L-. Manchustor Fro
Eggs, loss" off , 20c
Old hons He
Old roosters 'Co
Cincinnati, Aug. U5. ling receipt'
1,500; market slow; common to choice;
!.75S.I5; pig and lights, f".no
D..'I0; stngN, . l.7ri0.50. Cattle, receipts
.'Kid; market steady; calves steady, .f"i..")0
11.00. Sheep receipts 1,000; market
.low, .fU..r)0l.75; lambs slow, $3,150
Wheat firm, $1.0(1 1.07; corn easy;
fc.V.SOY; oats, firm, I(l'.l7c; rje
Our Colored (ZHiztns.
Como to Mt. Tabor Mooting.
Tho greatest prcachor in Kentucky
is going to be at tho Mt. Tabor Dap
tiit Church meeting nt Helena, Ky.,
which begin? tomorrow, the fourth Sim
my and ends the fifth Sunday in An
gtwt. Tho Itov. C. I', if. Illgbeo, is tho
preacher in charge. He weighs HS.'i
IHJunds nnd stands 7 feet tall. Ho is
somo talker, too.
Special train on tho L. & N. Sunday,'
August ;i0th. 22atf
Tho colored teachers of the county
now holding tho Teauhers' Institute at
the Colored High School building will
be entertained by the Kpworth League
of Scott M. K, Church Wednesday oven
ing at S o'clock. Tho regular League
ptogram for Thursday will bo rendered
at tho Wednesday evening meeting.
K oryoni) 's invited to attend and meet
Ii. M. HAflOOn, Pastor.
The many friends of Mrs. Mary Par
ker will regret to hear that her daugh
tei is no better, and she will remain a
few days longer with her.
col. BAIN COMING.
Col. (Icorge W. Bain of Lexington
will speak at tho (lerniiintowii l-'nir I'ri
day afternoon and nt tho Mn slick
High School J'riduv night. Let oery
body go out to hear this distinguished
Kcntuckiaii. Xo admission to the
lecture at Maysliek.
BLACKLEG AMONG CATTLE.
Several cises of blackleg have been
found in the cattle near LowKbiKg
Slock owners are adised to see Mr
Win. Mitchell, .Mason County Stock In
spec tor, and have their cattle vaccin
Charles (libboiis and wife, s. Win.
(Hbboiis, Kxeeutor of Win. I (libbons
deci'.ied, and Win. (iihhous, hustiy of
(Jeo. ftibboiis, is the stylo of n suit foi
the sale and division of a tract of 70 (is
.ares on the Miiienn and lleasl Cieek
THEY GOT THERE.
Friends in this citj havo heard fiom
Messrs. Harry Puiiiell and Loxel S.i'ii
uel who went to Rocky Mount. S. C. tu
work on the Tobacco Market there.
They report a line trip and are erv
highly pleased with the country ami
the peo le.
Yesterday was pn day for the West
era Turnpike Division and .Indue It'ie
w.is kept 1his "passing out th. coin."
To uniting" the "Win. Luttrell" farm
at Holenii, Ky., for one (1) year. Good
inlnry to tho light party. Answer in
own handwriting giving full particulars
St.ito age, exponento, references and
salary desired Address:
CHARLES J. LUTTRELL,. .
CT03 Prairio Avo. Chicago, 111.
WARREN KERRIGAN IN
"THE SAND HILL LOVER"
In 3 Pans
"A WIFE ON A WAGER"
BARGAIN DAY-6 REELS-5r.
DEATH" in 4 Pa'ts
Tuesday, "THE BLACK 1.V,
September 3d, "THE STAIN",
in G Pans. 10c and ISc. '
aro now coming in
more plentiful nnd '
less in price. Let. us
lmvo your order to
day and wo will give
you both tho differ
ence in price and qual
ity. J. G. CABLI8H
August Clearance Sales 8
A lot of people arc buying now for future use, because of
tbe 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.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH I
B 211 and 213 MARKET STREET. g
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' Chautauqua 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, GermantoTn, Ky., for Program.
"MEET ME AT THE GERMANTOWN FAIR "
Airs. C I). Russell nml son Christie
hao returned to Newport niter a pleas
mt Milt with Mrs. M. l Russell. Miss
Ahwene. Itussell will remain with her
Ki.iinliiiotlier, Mrs. 11. (.'. lus-ell for
Millie time hi'l'oro .joining her mother in
LOST t'oat niul vest, liht weight, list
week, on pilcc between Maysville niul
Wellington. J'le.ise notiiv this of
It is riimoifil that one of the belles
of the I' ist Iiihl is h.iing hr
timiw.iu in.ule nml will soon be leil tc
II, man's altar by a notetl younj; gout
formerly of this eity, but now resiil
iiij,' in a Western eitv.
LOST ShmII p.iek.igc between Leo' 4
'lothing "tore ami the Postollico
I'iiuler will please return to MUs
M irj-aiet Hramble, llnst Seeoml St.
Miss IJo.se Mnp Ljnch last night en
tertained a number of her friends with
a card )art ami dance at her homo iu
W. Second stieet in honor of hor guost,
MKs Ciden of Leingtoii. Delicious
refreshments were horved and those
fortunate enough to be present report a
most enjoyable evening.
LOST A library book between Fourth
and Second streets. Please return tu
the Public Library.
Is Now in Full
Blast at Maysville
Already have hundreds of eager and shrewd bargain-seekers visited this GREAT MERCHANDISE SLAUGHTER. They came; they went; they'll come
again they all went away with a package and a smile. Why? Because they all realized that thier pennies were dimes and their dimes were dollars.
Now, owing to the fact that crowds have packed our store for the past few days, many were uuable to be waited upoD, but we have cngnged peroral
more sales people, in. addition to the large force that we had, and the people can rest assured of quick and courteous service. Now, as this sale is for
We earnestly request you to come early and get your share of the
! that are being thrown out at less than the actual cost of the, raw material.
J. TREE TRIP TO MAYSVJU.E .!
Railroad and Boat Fares ro- f.
f. funded to all purchasonj of $1D !
J or ovor within tho radius of CO fj
Wo adviso you to como early ?
I and hold your nldco at the door.
J. Bala positively opens TIIUR8- -U
.U DAY, AUGUST 20th, 8 A. M. JU
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J. NOTICE .j.
J Ilurryl Hurry! J to Mays- J
j. villo, Ky., thlB wook aim got J
J. Your Sluro. Everything In tho J.
.J. ljouso is placed on salo. Nctli .J.
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