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FOURTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS
Of Mason and Fleming County Colored
"AVo must cut down our ovorhoml cx
.My husband itIimI, with iminnur most
And wlipn I asked Jiim what ho meant
t,rMy dear, I find your hat bill moat
HRSJEFFERSON D. HANCOCK
Former Maysvlllo Woman Dies at llor
Homo In Newport After Illness
(Mra. Jefferson l)ain lluiieoeK (nee
Tijier) died at her homo in Newport
Wednesday at S j. m. after an illness
of over a year of tuberculosis.
She is suried by her husband, one
biother, Mr. .lames I'iper, of this city,
ono daughter, Mrs. Otto Sehoelle, of
Xewnort and ono son, Mr. Harry Han
cock, of Newport.
Tho funeral will be held in Xowport
this afternoon at U o'clock. Burial in
Mrs. Hancock was born in Carlisle
and Hed in this city a number of
"jenrs. She movrd to Newport several
'Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ityder left this
morning for Newport to nttend the fun
oral which tales place this afternoon.
Sho boing a sister-in-law of Mrs.
Due to an automobile accident, Mis..
Sweeney was unable to speak at tho
"Fanners' Chautauiu." on Wednes
day at the (lenn.intown Pair, and the
committee in charge as well as the
Fair Compain, sincerely regret that so
many people were disappointed in not
Prof. Ho'idriek telegraphed at the
la9t minute that he could not arrive
Ho is expected at a later date.
FRES. ADAMS AT LEWISBURO
Dr. M. B. Adams, president of
Georgetown College will preach at the
Lewisburg Baptist Chuwh next 3uud.i.
Mr. David Happ, Il of Battle Bun
Ky., and MNh Ploda Plank, were mar
ried by biptue Bauer yestenliy morn
Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN
Morning devoftional exercises were
conducted by Bev. 1). McParland, of
Aberdeen, Ohio. "Sweet and Low"
was sweetly sung as a iuet by Misses
Elizabeth McAlister and Kva McConlco.
Tho teachers answered to their names
with quotations from different authors.
Wo arc glad to note that tho teachers
aro attending and aro taking greater
interest in this institute than ever be
fore. The institute was delightfully en
tertained by Bevs. Mcl'arland, B. .lack-
son, Combs, Scott, Profesoor Currev
and Superintendent W. .1. Caplin
gcr, of tho city schools, spoke on
"Honesty and Industry!" lie said
that these two factors must go hand
in hand to produce good citizenship.
And that tho teachers should inspire
tho children Hint education does not
mean less work, but more effective
work. All tho visitors gave helpful
The teachors discussed the following
subjects: Elementary Arithmetic,
Miss Janie Smith; Fourth Grade Um
guage, Miss Lavinia Painter; Fourth
Grade Beading, Miss Emma Foster,
Physical Georgraphy, Prof. Collins;
History, Piof. II. Scales; Personality of
tho Teacher, Miss Fannie WINoii. All
tho subjects were nbly and fully dis
cussed. Miss Frances Strawder ami
Prof. Humphrey gave an Interesting
description of how the penny lunch
system is carried on in our colored
school which was greatly enjoyed. The
Instructor discloses! fully "How to
Estimate the To ichor's Ability and
Community Interest." He said nrinv
helpful things along this line.
The following teachers are in at
tendance: Fleming county Prof. A I
T. Martin. MNs Eva McConico, Mis
Jessie Allen, Aliss Bortha Brown, Prof
.. Collins. .Mason vount.v .Misse
Frances Tavlor. Annie Williams, Emnn
Foster, Janie Smith, Elizabeth McAl
lister, Eavinia Painter, Fannie Wilson.
Airs. Ida Hon, Profs. Henry Scales. T.
H. Davis, II. E. Huiitmons. Bracken
county Prof. B. E Dent, Ataysville.
Profs. W. II. Humphrey, A. V. Travis
and Aiiss Prances Strawder. We alsi
appreciate the presence of the follow
ihg visitors: Mrs. M J. T.ivlor, Airs.
Carrie Kohinoon, Mrs. Br. Patton, Air.
.las. Griffey, Prof. J. Taylor, Alis-e.
Mary II igood, Elizabeth .ntos, pynt
Pearl Perkins and Fannie Jackson.
Prof. Wood is still holding swav and
delivering th goods.
P. STHAWDBB, Heporter.
Great birgains in low shoes at Birk
liy's $100 Sale, Friday and Siturday.
Saturday will be Hod Letter Day.
FLIER NO. 1 f
WE MUST HAVE MONEY
In order to get ir, we are going to offer our
entire stock of goods to you at such prices that
you will he 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, he
ginning Monday, the 17th. every piece of Enamel
Ware, Tin Ware and Aluminum Ware in our
MUST BE SOLD
Ladies, herc"s a chance to replenish your
kitchen supply at your own price, and don'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 Eledric
Starter, Eledlric Lights, Ele&ric Generator, 3 speeds,
etc. and also, an Up-to Date Runabout Automo
bile, both to be given away some time during the
year 191 5, as announced in our Big Ad
MIKE BROWN, j
SQUARE DEAL MAN. 5
TEN MILLION MEN
Fighting Like Demons-Battle
Tide Ebbs and Flows
CRISIS COMING FOR EUROPEAN NATIONS
Paris May Be Again Besieged
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
Horrors of War In Tabloid.
; Times Star.)
"Tho road ltom .Valines toward Vil
oorden, M miles uoitheast of Brus
sels, is littered with bodies of men
hiid hoi ties, while in tho fields pastur
ing cattle have been killed by sluap
1 el." Antwerp Dispatch.
The Cologne (layette states that at
the-battle ut Lorraine Uu(),u0u men wuio
engaged on each side, tho greatest num
ber .vet engaged (in tho history ot tho
"Tho defeat of tho kaisur will bring
the United State of Burope. " l-Ug-1-l.it
t , Ollicial Journal ut Christiana,
"Franco is issuing ten cent notes to
leplace small coins, which aro being
hoarded." Paris Dispatch.
".aior do Castelnau, the 12-vear
old son of (leu. Castelnau, chief ol
stalf, was among the killed in recent ac
tion." Paris Dispatch.
"Wounded soldiers arriving here re
Into that I'rinco Frederick Ch.ules ot
Hesse, the emperor's brother-iu law,
while leading Ins regiment during .1 re
cent battle, geixed a Hag from the
hands of the wounded Hag bearer and
carried it on to victory." Pinukfort
"A Kiiv.1.111 armv older prohibits the
aso ol food and torage abandoned bv
tho Germans in Bast Prussia becaiue
uisos of poisoning which have uccuired
it Cdtkunen, Gumbinnen and I inter
bin j.." St. Petersburg Dispatch.
"Helugees trom tho cene of the
t:ghting around Mous report that air
men took a prominent part in directing
the Geiinnu artillery, sa.vs the Times
correspondent in Paris. Aeroplane
hoveied over the British positions and
their pilots signaled the Herman bat
tones bv means of a disc swung at tlie
end ot a "line. " London Dispatch.
"A wounded Colonel, now in hospital
here, was running awaj, carrying his
stvered arm, when ho tell uiiconseious
lie tidt nothing when it wis shot oft,
but would not leave it as "nieit lor
Prussun dogs." Paris Dispatch.
An Buglish captain, at the front, snui
to tho conospoiident of the Temps, aft
or the summary execution of a spj :
"You French prido v ourselves on your
Ituuiuuitv, where humanity is a useless
sentimentality. To sparo the lifti ot
.1 spv is a military crime.
BARICLEY'S $1.00 SALE.
Cashier II. 0. Sharp of tho .State Na
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llUIIIll Jt.lllK IIIIS urv-ll urictioil i" mir
For Friday and Haturday vve will put lu..,ul,U.an mmber of the Maun .muh
ou salu Men's and Women's $3, $1, 4v ' , . .
and 10 Oxford, for 1.00. ty flection commUsion
LUNCHEON SPECIALTIES -- dm
You will dud IIKRI? more nice things to ntrtke your Picnic Lunch appetizing
Kaiser Wllhonm Dor Orosso Sunk By
London, Aug. 27. The Kaiser Wil
helm dor (1 rosso, has been sunk o'V the
west coast of Africa by tin British
e miser High PlvVr".
Tho Kaiser Wilhelm der Orosso was
one of the palatial steamers of the
North Cerman Lloyd lino.
Urges Americans To Leavo Europe.
Washington, August L'7. Secretary
Braii lato today cabled all embassies
ai'd legations in Burope to urge Amen
can to leave Curopo without delay.
Expecting Turkoy to Dcclaro War.
Diplomata and otliciols generally arc
expecting a declaration of war by
Turkoy tipon tho allies.
Pans, ug. 27. Paris, it is officially
announced today, Is preparing for a pos
The Maysville Assembly entertained
with 11 very delightful dauco at Beech
wood Park last night. Over a hundred
1 tuples at tended.
Among tho out of town guests were:
Misses Helen Parritt and Mary Jane
Cole, of Huntington, W. Va,; Boboeea
I utney of Charleston, Katherlne Wood
and Lucile Hull, of Mt. Sterling; Anna
Laura Hull and Blizaboth Wallihgford,
of Flemingsliurg; Anna Iaura Wilson
.ml Loraino Wheeler, of Lexington,
Bthel llovvo, of Cnrlislo; Miss Mori
weather, of Kansas City, Mo.; I'dna
Snow, of Now York; Oladys Holrman,
of Solum, Ala; Louiso Fox, of Balti
inoro; Ilnsa Ilolrinan, of Now Orleans
Louise Glascock, of Cincinnati; Blantou
Collier, Laura Jameson and Louiso
Cromwell, of Cynthlana, and Anna Wil
sou and Matilda James, of Paris:
Messrs. Howard Watt, Soth Boots and
liviu Weed of Mt. Sterling.
Wodding Coromony Yesterday After
noon Beautifully and Impressively
Porformed at Homo of Britlo
By tho Rov. Dr. Barbour.
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
Miss Lucilo Wardle Smith, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. T. II. N. Smith, became
the bride of lMj. John Miolancthoa
Tweed of Cleveland. The ceremony
was performed at tho home of the
1 ride's parents by the Bev. Dr. John
Barbour, in the presence of the mem
tiers of tho family and a few guets
The guests were met at tho door bv
Master Wallaco Mooreheail Nesbit, of
Washington, I) C, and graciously usher
ed into the parlor.
Tho house was artistically decorated,
tl.e color scheme being green and white
Tho Prosbvtorian marriage ceremony
Tho brido looked unusually attric
five in a trivoling gown of wistori-i
cloth, with hat and gloves to match.
After dainty refreshments wore sorv
cd the newly married couple loft on
tl.o C. & O. No. ,'t for Cleveland, whore
tho groom has a homo in readiness foi
Many handsome and useful presents
were receive 1 by the newly wedded
Of tho Farmer's Chautauqua at The
dormant j vr Fair Dr. Mtitshlcr
Dr. Fred Mutchler and Prof. Hen
liriek will spoik in the Chatitauqui
Tent on Fui grounds aturdav btvo
12.:t(l p. m. and l::tU p. in. Be sure t
attend this meeting. Dr. Mutchler will
s oak 011 live stock management an. I
kindred nmtNrs. Prof. Iloudrick will
soak on alfalfa and soil building. Ilea'
Department to Bo Added to M. II. S.
Will Eo Undor Supervision of Miss
A department of Domestic Science,
under the supervision of Mi'is IMith
Dickson, of this city, will be added to
tho legular course of study in the
Maysvillo High School this jear
A poition of tho basement is being
fitted up with hot and cold water, gas
and electricity and all the other no
A very pleasing feature of this Dc
I art niont. is that lunch will be served
t( tho High School students. The
lunches will be sold at cost ami this
should bo a very popular method ot
helving tho difficulty arising fiom the
one session day now in force in the
It is a good step in the right direc
Hon and Snpt. Caplinger and the others
responsible, for it deserve a great deal
AND "DOC" CAME BACK.
"Doc" Phillips, one of the motor
cycle brigade who wero advancing on
Dehvor, Col., found the going a little
too wot and turned back at Iudianapo
"Doc" ays they sure wero haviilg
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you are contciuplatint,' buildinp a home or a bouse for an investment, now
js the tune to place jour order. We have the largest stock of all kinds of build
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con
tracts with the timber men for still greater supply. We contracted this large
supply nt a price very near cost of production and we nre in position to give you
tlie advantage of this good purchase. Place your order now or let us give you" a'n
estimate 011 jour requirements, jou will then leave your order with Majsulle's
Foremost Lumber Yard.
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phono 519. MAYSVILLE, KV
A. A. MOLAUOHMN. L, N. BKHAN.
I CASH, PEOPLE! REMEMBER! I
41 Our cash reRistcr cost us $450 and gives you 2xi per cent. M
olT for cash purchases. It issues a coupon Tor every sale. Good
for school hooks and .school supplies. B
S J. T. KACKLEY & CO. S
0 Room Moulding; at a Special Price.
Don't forget Barkloy's fl Salo of
Low shoes Friday and Saturday
That's what they all say about our Soda and Ice Cream.
For It e Cream Sodas and Sundtes 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. I3e sure to get
M. F WILLIAMS & CO.
THO THIRD STREET
BOARD OF MISSIONS MEETS.
The Bracken Board of Missions
meets at the Lewisburg Baptist I'hurcl.
today in an all day session,
Messrs. .lames II. Had, ('. . Bolmger
1.111I .fohn T. Parker will represent th
local Baptist Church there.
Big lot of "Boval" Waists, low nei k
short hloovo, JtSi-. Mor? Bios.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Maysville's Best Tlothing and Shoe Store.
OUR ENTIRE FALL SY0GK NOW READY FOR INSPECTION
We believe in the selection of our Fall Stock we will please the most fastidious dressers in our community.
Our Suits and over garments are the productions of the most exclusive Wholesale Merchant Tailors in America,
consequently, many of the styles and fabrics are "exclusively" confined to us. We devoted special attention to
Young Men's apparel. "In this department vve are p irticularly strong." We promise jou that wearing one of our
Suits or Overcoats will stamp you "a well costumed person."
We have already in stock tlie latest fall style II its from the celebrated Manufacturers J. II. Stetson Co. and
Knox II it Co.
Our Shoe Department is replete with the newest fall productions of Ilnuau, Nettleton, Walk-Over, W. L.
Douglas and Harker-Ilrowu. Bvery pail w.irrenteii to give reasonable satisfaction.
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For Summery Dresses
you ran find nothing prettier than these Voiles and Seco Silks that are re-priced
19c instead of 40e yard. Their quaint designs, lovely colors, and soft cool text
ure make (hem the most desirable of hot wealhcr dress fabrics. And their new
pricing gives them to vou at Half Cost.
COOL SHIRTWAISTS 39c, 50c
Can you buy for so little a blouso good enough to
vi ar anywhoio?
Ynu will assuredly find an aCiirmativo answer in
those protiy whito lawns, ilaxon and voilo blousfB.
PRETTY HOUSE AND PORCH DRESSES
At iiSc from $2. At from $0. At $fj4
from $7. Piotty effects in lawn, linene, voile, crepe,
and .batiste As this is a clear away, of course you
woii'r-'firid'ft'camplelo size range but you may find just
tho dress you're looking for, so come in promptly.
No Reduced Goods Charged, Reserved, Exchanged or Sent on Approval.
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aturday Is Red Letter Day
Double Stamps! It's Good Bye To All Odds and Ends.
One lot of"Eagle Silk Seconds just received, worth up to $..
Saturday's price $1.98.
One lot of "Eagle" Shirts, just received soft cufis and woven
tundras worth is. Saturday's price jSi. Every one guaranteed
"ROYAL" WAISTS Big selection of "Royal Waists, low
neck and short sleeves, 98c. Sizes 34 to 64.
LINGERIE DRESSES Mostly white. Take your choice at
LADIES' HATS -Choice of any Summer Hat in our store 75c
Messrs. 0!h$ Blco imil Dowoy Paul
wont out to the Fair thU morning. '
1MPORTEJ) ROHE SJust seven of them are left. They
were worth up to 815. Saturday's price $3.9S This is some
hatga u. ,
First showing of the new "Queen Quality Shoes" and bur
Special School Shoes a perfect fit for every foot.
"HIRSCHFELD WORKING SHOES" The Shoes that is
made in Maysville. Guaranteed by the factory. $3 Pair.
One lot of Shirtwaists worth up to $x. Saturday's price 35
One lot of Silks, some fancy, some are plain, some are a yard
wide. Thev go Saturday at 50c yard.
Que lot of odds and ends of Silks 39c yard.
Good Blench Cotton, yard wide. Saturday is the last day to
buy it at 7c ard.
Only six Ladies' Bathing Suits, worth up to $3, choice $ 1.49c.
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