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OYS going to school
will do well to have
mother or father come or send
thin here to see the good, winter
KNEE PANTS SUITS
.we are selling (or
$3, $4 and $5
ABES 6 TO 18
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Maysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers.
- iMr. and Mrs. Charles Whlto arc vis-
iting relatives in the county.
viMr, Giles Rico is spending a few days
A with relatives in the county.
Editor Sam W. Stairs of the Dover
,iSTeys sjicnt last night in this city.
"Marshal V. II. Thomas of Dover was
.in this city yesterday on business.
Mr. L. T. Fox of Dovor was in
ttndanco at the Institute yesterday.
blaster Hobert Hays is visiting his
grandmother, Mrs. Ellis of Augusta.
Mr. Russell Thompson of Covington
i visiting tho family of Mr. It.
'Mrs. Elizabeth Hauormann of Chi
cngo is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. John
. -'Miss Mildred Ly of Lewisburg is
.impending a few days with relatives in
Mr. Franklin Downing is home after
Spending severnl days' with relative
Miss Marv Frank llughes has return
ped after n several weeks' visit to rel
atives in Virginia.
' 'Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tr.xcl returned
i yestorday from a ten days' visit to
relatives in Cincinnati.
Miss Lulu Alexander of Lewisburg
. is a guest at thu home of Mr. Winn Me-
Ilvain during the Institute.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer KllM and son
",liavo returned home from their summer
"lib.- at BeTina Vista, Ohio.
Miss Lutie Horry of Maysliek is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Marshall
(Turing the Teachers' Institute.
vMiss Loraine Wheeler lias roturne
to her homo in Lexington after
days' visit to Miss Allelic Curry
Mrs. Charles 13. Turnipseed and son,
Lloyd, of Orangeburg were in town
. attending the Institute yesterday.
Mr. W. C. Coryell will return to tli
liiwunui iupuai oaiuru.iy surer n.
..Tveek's visit here with his mother
Mrs. Andelia Powors Yellniaii of
Kock Island, 111., is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Martha Power of uuirt street.
'Mrs. T. D. Trumbo of Newport, Ky ,
is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. MoDaniel of East Third street.
(Mr. George II. Frank is in attend
nnco at tho Christian Sunday School
convention now in session at Ashland.
(Miss Mildred Leo returns to her homo
In Lewisburg today after a few days'
A'lsit to her aunt, 'Mrs-. W. A. Down-
Master Thicker Tollo loft t.jis moiii-
lng for his homo at Poindexler, after
spending the summer with Ids uruul-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will. am A.
'JMle of East Second strej!
Buyers to Share in Profits
Lower Prices on Ford Cars
Effective from August 1st, 101 J, to August 1st, 1U15, and
guarauteed against nny reduction in that time:
Tout'lnu Vav 9-tOO
Jliuiabont , . . -t-AO
Town Car VOO
l'. o. U Detroit, all can fully cqulppeit.
(In the Unltal blatei of America only.)
Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency hi
our factory production, nnd the lniiiiiiiuiii cost in our pur
chasing and 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 share from $-10 to 0O per car (on or about August
J, 11)16 to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car
between August 1st, 1011, and August 1st, 1015.
For further particulars regarding these low prices nnil profit
sharing plan, see the
CENTRAL GARAGE CO,, 1 12-116 Market Street
tfa ".,; :.y Ts
i'iW. ' "m '
Sunday Davo , Gibson enught n
"whooping" (catflsh In a, net. It
weighed fill pounds "In its sock feet'"
It wns sold out in "steaks" to the pco
plo of Dover, and nearly pvorybody hhd
in. elegant fish dinner. Hob Sldwell
will have to look to hit laurels If he
wnuts" to hold upJils reputation us a
ENTERTAINED WITH DANCE".
Miss IMith Baston delightfully enter
tallied qulto a number of her friends
with a dnneo at her home In Third
street last night.
MAKE WEAK BODIES
Kidney Diseases Oauao Many Achos and
Els of Maysvillo Fcoplo.
As one weak link weakens a chain,
so may weak kidneys weakeu tho whole
body and hastCa tho final breaking
down. Overwork, strains, colds and other
causes injure tho kidneys, and general
ly when their activity is lessoned tho
wholo body suffers.
Achos and pains and languor and
urinary ills frequently come, a'ad thoro
is an over-incroaslng tendency towards
dropsy, gravol or fatal Bright 'a dis
oaso. Whon tho kldnoys falHboro is no
real holp for tho sufferer except kid
Doau's Kidney Pills act directly ou
tho Kidneys. Maysvillo testimony is
proof of their effectiveness.
Mrs. A'jnlo McClcllan, 541 W. Second
St., Maysvillo, Ky., says: "I was often
dizzy and nervous and my head ached.
I had pain in my back and my kidneys
woro weak. Doan's Kidney Pills stop
ped tho complaint immediately and
inailo wo woll and strong."
Mrs. MeClollan is only ono of ma'ay
Muysville people who have gratefully
endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your
back aches If your kidneys bother
you, don't simply ask for a kidney
remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kid
:n.v Pills, tho samo that Mrs. McClellan
had the remody backed by home testi
mony. GOc all stores. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your
ttaci; is .uiihiujvu"hu"i;. i"u ..
SALESMEN1 WANTED "to advertise
cigars. Ensy work. Earn f!IO month
ly and all traveling expeusei. Ex
perience unnecessary. Also handle
popular cigarettes and tobaccj
Xoreno Cigar Co., New Vork, N. Y.
WOMEN Sell guarauteed hosiory to
friends and neighbors; 70 per cent
profit. Mnko flO daily. Experience
unnecessary. International Mllli,
Bov 4020, West Philadelphia, 'Pa.
WANTED Work, general housowork
or on a farm by Elmer Carr, colored,
ajjed 10. 330 East Fourth street.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM
Bath in connection Apply to Mrs
J. P. Nash, li07 West Second street
FOR RENT Up st-aiis room nivoly fit
nislicd, to lady. Mrs. Mary P.irUi.r,
213 Short street. Ht-1
FOR RENT Three furnished' rooms,
gas nnd water. Mrs. .las. Stewart,
200, West Third street.
FOR RENT DweJliiiL' ot live rooms
and hull. Gas. Good garden. Mrs,
Bettie Tuggle, 1012 Williams street
FOR SALE-Set of Fourth (Irado school
books in good condition. C.ill at this
LOST Umbrella. Black silk. Initials
II. N. 8. cut in end of handlo. Phone
or return to this oflico. Reward.
LOST Package containing a waist,
between Williams' drug storo and
Ilanloy's grocory on Third street.
PIcuso return to this otlico.
J.OST Two paid of ladies' blaek hose
botween tho Princess Rink and Mr.
llocflich's residence. Return to this
office and rccolvo roward.
LOST Snrill paekago between Leo'r
(ilothing storo nnd tho Postoflico
Finder will pleaso return to Miss
Margaret Bramble, East Second St.
LOST Somewhere on tho street Satur
day afternoon a flvo dollar bill. Ro
tiirn to this oflico and receivo rownrd
5c ADMISSION 10c.
Featured Yesterday's Proceed
ings in the Mason County
Mrs. Stewart Will Deliver Her Address on
Illiteracy This Afternoon
Wednesday was known In tho Teach
ers' Instituto as "Trusteo's Day."
Tho morning session was opened ns
usual with music instruction followed
by the solo, "On the Road to Mnndn
lay," by Mr. C. II. Croxton.
iMr. E. L. Dlx, the new principal of
Hie Maysliek Consolidated School, gave
a brief but humorous and Instructive
talk on tho value of chalk uso by the
teacher. This will mnko an appeal to
tho child throughout the eye as well ns
tho ear and thereby create an Interest
whero otherwiso tho teacher would
probably meet with no response. He
illustrated the value of cheerfulness b
Mrs. Con W. Stewart gave as hei
tulk'in thonioining,,ThcMatter of Ad
jiistment." In this subject she placed
foremost the ability of a child to malu
u living in other words to adjust him
self to every phase or condition of life
Mrs. Stewart emphasicd tho value of a
good foundation for the educational
structure saying that the high school,
college, or university graduate will no
be a success if the most important part
of the foundation, or tho Elcinentan
t-Miool Educntiou is not thorough. Thit
can not be thorough unless more al
trution is given to the teaching c.
Reading, Writinjr. Spelling, Grammar
Mrs. Stewart would advocate the re
oiganization of the curriculum to lit the
needs of Hie country boy or girl. Ii
!s the teachers' mission and great prl
liege to help the child find his vo.'atior
in life, which ho can do by nscci tabling
his likes nnd ills likes. Tho most cer
tt in way of keeping the country boy 01
g.rl in the country i to breathe the at
ii'osphere of Rural Life Into every sub
jeet in the course.
Principal t.. I.. l)ix wa called upon
to discuss what he and his schools had
accomplished in regard to flood ltoada
lie told of tho model road which un
built by the school and patrons of Bur
liiigton, Booue County. Mrs. Stewart
told of how a sentiment for bettor road'
wns created in Rowan County by build
iug one-hundred yards of model road
in front of each school in her county.
A text-book ou building of roads ha
been adopted and iwoil in all of Rowat.
County's schools. Miss Jessie O, Yan
cey advocated the uso of this ame book
Rnvenars Road Primer, in our
schools. Sho told of how Miss Allilet
King, ono of tho county's forcmos1
tnchers raised soonteeii-huiidred and
fifty dollars (17.10) to build n mile of
good road leading to her school.
Since Wednesday was Trustee's Day,
the most important talk of the morn
ing was addressed to the trustees b
Mrs. Stewart. Somo of tho topics which
were touched uiwu were: The Qualifi
cation of a Trustee. The honor and im
portance of his oflico which should be
conferred upon him ns the highest
badge of citizenship and n platform,
or the principfes for which lie stands
when ho aspires to office. As tho high
est power of the parents is delegated
to tho trusteo when they permit hiu.
to select n teacher for their children
should not tho trusteo bo the most clli
cicut man in tho community? Finally,
"a good trusteo plus a good, faithful
teacher spells Success." Mr. Stownr1,
then pointed to tho wonderful work ou
Consolidation which has been dono i.
.Shelby County, Tennessee, as an ex
ample of what can bo done bv the co
oporatiou of ' superintendent, teachors,
iircnts and trustees. This talk wa
clo?cd with a plea to tho trustees t
1'tttcnd tho K. E. A. next year in a
ody, where they may come into touel
with other trustees und teachors nnd
find tho koynoto for the best dovolop
,h:cnt of our future cltizons in Co-opcr
The' afternoon exercises were devoted
to tho Common School graduation. Thu
first stanza of "Amorica" was sung
by the class of forty-two members and
the audlenco. Mr. Caplinger led iit
A ilMlghtful feature of the program
was sevoral solos which Mr. Croxton
sang, especially for tho benefit of the
Miss Yancey intends that tho follow
ing program shall bo printed aud placed
in all of tho county schools:
Definite, tilings to bo accomplished in
Health flood veutillation stove Jick
cted, thormometor in room, eyesight of
all tested by the method of tho So
doty for Prevention of Blindness, doiv
tal inspection, campaign against tho fir
wnter supply ot every school tested by
the fltato Board of Health with no
cost to tho district, enforcement of
clgnrctto law, and at leaRt ono lecture
during' tho term on Prevoiitublo Dls-
vases, by, a 'physjnn",or, iiufso,"glvon In
evirY-iwurics,,j,w ,ts -, t- .
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THE FIRST PICTURES OF THE
WAR IN EUROPE
Actual Scenes From the Great Battle
That Big Six-Reel Production Today With the
Former Vitagraph Stars, Eleanor Wood
ruff and Virginia Pearson in
A Dramatization of a Great Novel By Robert
H. Davis and Forest Halsey.
SPECIAL MATINEE, ALL SEATS 10c
which ho presented.
"Not Self, But Service"
Mrs. Stewart delivered one of the
most impressive commencement ad
drosses eer given m the High School
building. She gno us tho welcome in
tdligenco that Mason county ranks
igh educationally, since it lias two aud
oi e-half per cent, less of illiteracy be
tween the ages of ten and twenty than
any other county in the State She gave
t'ie class as their watchword: "Not
elf, but Service."
Mr. I). L. Dix delivered the diplomis
and made the presentation speech, uig
ing the graduates forward and calling
Ion all to join tho campaign in banish
iig the throe great evils of Illiteracy
Dishonesty and Iiiejneieney,
Mrs. Cora W. Stewart will give he
lecture on Illiteracy in the High Schoo
Aiiilitoiiuin, Thursday afternoon at -o'clock.
Tho public is cordially invited
and urged to bo present.
Suhrng'i Mrs. C.
Address Mrs. Cora" Wilson Stewart.
Hdiicitional Tendency in the Hills -W.
Report of the Gary, Ind., Schools
I. A. Coldwell.
A 1 TIM NOON'.
Talks from Visiting Nurse Mis
Illiteracy Mrs Cora WiNon Stewart.
DEATH OF THOMAS SWEENHY.
Mr. Thomas Sweeney died at his
homo near Augusta last evening aged
! yeais. The remains will bo taken to
the Catholic Church at Augusta Friday
morning at ! o'clock for funeial sen
ice. Burial at Brooksville.
Mr. Sweeney leae, a wife and si
children and a host of friends and rel
atives. REFUGEES LAND AT NEW YORK.
Mr. .lames 11. Threlkeld and J. i
Russell this morning received a tele
gram from New Yoik saying that Miss
Hilda Threlkeld and Miss Susie Arm
strong lauded safoly from tho steamer
Carpathia aftor n most eventful voy
age from Naples.
They will roach homo Saturday.
Mr. Hd King lias sold his inteiest in
tho grocery at tho corner of Woon
streot nnd Forest avenue to Mr. S.n
Choir prnrtico at v hristian Church
tonight instead of Friday night, -it T
c 'clock. COMMITTBi:.
B) OS) (B (f
You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did. and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by -all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands. ,
(D J) D B)
'liffT .t5Ai MKHiBi!Jt,,.'QtJ ,1to w. Jt..M-A.
Mr. Wilmoro Barber, 22, and Miss
lu'so Campbell, 21, both of Nicholas
county, were granted mairinge liejso
yesterday morning and were mairicd by
Judge . II. Rice.
Miss Mary Daultoii, who is under
treatment at Clifton Springs, N. Y.,
writes t'l.it she is doing very nicely nnd
expects to return to her home hero in
a short time.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tinnj on country produce, telephoned at
0 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens 12o
Spring chickens 15c
Old roosters 6c
Cincinnati, Sept. 2. Wheat firm
5.irii1.17l.; corn steady Slivl;
eats steady ."0p."0; rye steady !Mi
OS; hay steady tll.50lS.riO.
Bog receipts 20,000, market actho,
packers and butchers O.il.lO.IO; com
mon to choice (i.00!.')0; pigs and
lights i5.25(7?0.2j; stags 4.7."7.2o.
Cattle receipts 700, market steady,
steers ."i.000.00; calves slow, rJM(n
Sheep receipts 2,000, innrket strong,
iambs steady 5.50S.10.
Itutter steady, eggs steady, prime
firsts 21; firsts 1922'c; seconds 17;
joultry steady, hens 1 lVj(i; spring
ers inCplflVi; turkeys 1CA25.
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
The financial rally nt Scott M. R.
Church noxt Sunday in which every
loyal and intelligent member is asked
to bring a dollar or as much as possible
to show church pride and keep up repu
tation. Tho women will lie led by Mrs.
Priscilla Taylor and Mrs. Whaloy and
tho men by Mrs. Maggie Patton and
Miss Lida Walker. There will be three
services. At the 2:110 p. in, service Rev,
Jackson of tho Bethel Baptist church'
will preach and his choir is asked tK
sing in full charge or join us it) sing
ing. Let every body comq. Bring youi
dinner and eat in the lecture room.
200.00 aro to be rai'cd. We wish nil
our friends to come or send a dollar.
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LILLIAN WALKER IN
"BREAD UPON THE WATERS"
Two Hool- Vitagraph Feature.
BRONCO BiLLY AND
TIIE GAMBLER' '
S. & A. Western Drama.
In New York !
buing tho very latest Amciicnn-mndo goods. Tho
war in Europo has brought out many Amoricnn ideas
aud you will onj ly thorn. They will goon bo here as
goods aro arriving almost daily by express and freight. JJ
Somo of them aro here. In tho moautimo
ALL SUMMER GOODS ARE BEING SACRIFICED g
to make room for the new goods. Yuu cannot afford H
to imhs somo of i ho bargains in UNoful, ovi-ry-day goods.
See the novelties. 5
R03ERT L. HOEFLICH I
211 and 213 MARKET STREET. 5
The revival at Oalilee closed .unfti
evening with nn immense gathering
dl enthusiastic people. The house was
crowded to tht utmost, and many p o
plo heard the sermon through the vi'
i'ows. Tkoro were fourteen nddit'iii
end the church seems greatly enthused
and is certainly standing on higher
giound spiritually than before the m '.-t-ing.
Galilee is one of the strongest
cruutry churches in tho country a d
tlie Sunday School is a banner one as
the beautiful silken b'uiner hanging on
the wall nni'tiuii.'cs an enrollment u
one Sunday last year of USO, thereby
winning in tho contest then ou between
tho county Sunday Schools. The Su
crintcudent, Mr. Albert Warder has nn
. bie corps of assistants, nnd no one
blames them for being proud of tlu-i-work.
Tho pastor of the church, Rev.
T. W. Levy, a student at Lexington
18. bio College makes bi-monthly visiN
to the church. He is an e.ceptionalyoung
iiaii and his work speaks for il .""
Rev. Roy Bisor, the evangelist i U
Monday morning for Ashland where lie
has mi important place in the convcu
turn of the Church that meets tlieie
Old papers 5 cents a huudrod at The
$ $ for fall wear for men and boys nro now on display. &
S 4i Whon you look at our goods you see tho things that k.
4 nro standards in quality and excellence in ovory dotal). j
$ Ask to see Hart, Scliaffucr & Marx's now fail line. $
4t $ Wo will bo glad to show you. We would especially '
$$ like to have you see tho
!jj !u tho famous Scotch plaids aud made up in huiuiI
4i4i and stripes. Very heau'iful fabrics.
ino of Stetson's
' 4t you deal with ua.
tt X lITIiCII
8 4t uow on (iHp'ay. h k.
4i 4 uoinuinliur, everything is now. and up-todato from
S .1 Hats to shoes. Wo will savo you mouoy ovory timo
1 1 THE GODD CLOTHES MAN, Sgrjirriand Market Streets. j ' M
Tomorrow, Mary l'ickford In
"Toss of tho Storm Country"
Smallest Auto divea Away Sept. 22nd.
Goqd Music at Each Performance.
HOCII, DER TANDYI
Trankfort, Ky., Sept. !. J. Tandy
Fllis was ippointed Adjutant General
are now coming in
more plentiful and
less iu price. Lt us
have your order to
day and wo will trive
you both the ditl'ei
eucein price and qual-
J. C. CABLISH
appreciate that porch
the year round
It's jyst 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 tramp3
and other undesirablo callers It is a
striking example of the superior conven
ience of electric light.
r. EDISON -
With Edison Mazda Lamps you can enjoy all the
other conveniences of electric light tho collar light
the attic light, tho closet ligat, the all-night light
because EDISON MAZDA lamps tcke so little cur
rent that you can afford all these electric comforts
at no greater cost than yon paid for the moto
ordinary uses of old styl; electric lamp. Tell ua
what you want and we'll tell you the best size of
lamps for the purpose. We supply ull shea of
the famous EDISON MAZDA Lamps.
Get our prices before buying elsewhere.
tartan colorings taken from j;
plaius H. h
1 K m
I K M.
and Crossetl's Rill Shoos J &
IiH7 I WW $