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A STOW MUST SELL
AS IT BUYS
The degree of quality a manu
facturer puts into his merchandise
does not change in the retailer's
Realizing This Truth
And standing as we do for the
highest quality in everything we
sell, the Live Store has associated
itself with a clothing institution of
lnieruauonui rcpuiuuuii iui mu
high quality of its merchandise.
For fall therefore Kuppeuheirner
$18 to $35
Geo. H. Frank & Co.
Havsvillc's Foremost Clothiers.
Mr. Frazeo Bigger of Dover was n
visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. Fithiau Paries of Paris was a
business visitor in the elty yesterday.
Mrs. M. M. Walker of Lewis county
is u visitor at the home of her kinsman,
V. H. Means.
Miss Ida D. Wall is spending n few
days with relatives and friends in
Dr. Courtney Mcduire of Kast Third
street was n business visitor in Cincin
Mrs. William Cliisholm of Ports
mouth, spent a flw days with the fain
ilv of M. C. Chilholm
(ilascook and Mrs.
Cochran of tho
i'Oiuity, are at the Mar
Sanatorium. tinsville, Jnl.
Driseoll of Kipley has
after a pleasant visit
Mrs. M. C. Chisholni. '
with her coust'i
Mr. Marsl.ill Wood of Washington
left yesterdJy afternoon for a several
days' visit to relatives in Lexington.
1 'Misses E.tella and Ulaudiiie Xijsh of
West Second street are the guests of
Mr. anil Mrs. Lunsford dribble of
Mr. Clellan Bryan of Covington re
turned homo yesterday after a short
visit to Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Melntiru of
Bdward Uector, wife of the
hwn t'ateiit Attorney ot uni
rill arrivo at noon today for a
ii me iamiiy or i nomas i. x'uvis.
ME WHEN GERMAN SUBMA
RINE SINKS BRITISH
iidon, Oct. 16. It was ollleially mi-
jced today that the British cruUer
fko had been hunk in tho North Sea
ii uerinau suumariuc
Jut of a crew of four hundred men
ly were saved.
fotal of GO ollicers and 1,100 men lost
same way so lar.
GERMANS TAKE OSTEND.
London, Oct. 10. Ostein! 's occupa-
ion by a German army is momentarily
)SUDDEN DEATH OR IRA ARNOLD
I Prof. Ira Arnold, Assistant to Prin
cipal Caldwell of tho Minerva Consoli
dated Scliools,,,icil last night at !
o'clock at Minerva, following .in oper
ation for appendicitis, after a brief
He was a bright younp' men, 22 years
of ago and unmarried.
Funeral Monday morning at 10
o'clock at Mt. Carinel.
Miss Jessie O. Yancey was at his
'.bedside when the end came as he was
-one of the young audcntlpisiastio edu
, cators of tho county;
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ON EXHIBITION AT OUR SALESROOM THIS WEEK ONLY
The unexpected an OVERfcAND electrically started, (Elec
trically lighted, Btrcnm-lino body, tSO-IIorso Power, large five-pas-sender
Louring car priced at only $8Q0 complete.
This is the first car of its sizo, power, capacity and electrical
equipment to sell below $1,000. "NVo can get only 7 of this.nodel
- during tho 191C season and if you want this car, order now. j "Wo
will poHJtivly accopt jjnly sov.cn o'dor;sv Tho car speaks for iljsolf.
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by George Jtathbono In 1801 and how it
had erown until now there nro over
two million Pythlans in tho United
States and of all the lodges in tho Unit
ed States tho Pythlans rank third In
number of members, lie told tho beau
tiful story of tho friendship of Damon
and Pythias in Syracuse twenty-three
hundred years ago and how this was
tho keystono of th0 K. of P. order. '
One of tho young ladles of tho Py
thian Homo Quartet" sang two beauti
ful selections. f
Our Pythian Homo';..
"Daddy" Moore, Superintendent of
the Pythian Home at Lexington, Ky.,
wns the next speaker anil fHo gnve an
interesting talk on jiilr . .Pythian
rioine." lie told jot the great work be
ing done by J-Mn institution. Hnd said
that tho quartet eompViod of young la
dles that ho had brduMt wMth-him were
just a sample of what UM'fuf'men and
women they were turning out.
Prof. W. T. Berry was the next speak
er on the program and his subject was
"Friendship." Although iiof ail ora
tor Mr. Berry told some vltnl truths
that went home to the hearts of his
hearers. Ills message was to the point
and carried much weight. .
Mr. George 11. Frank ril.Hl.part of the
l.'tth chapter of Corinthians, which tells
tho message of Charity. Giving of
money is only a lower conception of
charity. Be prepared at all times to do
unto others as they would that others
should do unto you.
"Add To and Stick Togothor."
lion. C. 1). N'ewell's toast was "Add
to, and Stick Together." A precept to
be said over and over again, lie told
of attending the grand lodge and the
brightest men were always in attend
ance. Urged members to help the
Grand Chancellor in carrying the bur
den. George W. Carter, Grand Keeper of
Uecords and Seal, made a stirring speech
urging the united support of
Pythians. The Kentucky Pythian home
is located near the city of Lexington,
in the beautiful and historic Bluegrass
section. Under the rules the boys re
main until they are sixteen and the
girls until they are eighteen. The
buildings have a capacity of one hun
dred and fifty children, the present
number now being one hundred. It
has kept widows and orphans from be
coming charges upon the public by pro
viding homes that permitted them to
enjoy as nearly as possible the' con
forts of the family fireside. li't us
live up to our principle Friendship,
Charity and Benevolence.
Grand Chancellor Sherman Aijn re
sponded to the toast "A Message to
Pythians" and said in'part:
"Brothers, it is impossible for me to
express my appreciation of the high
honor which was conferred on me by
the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of
Kentucky last week in Frankfort when
I was elected to the olllee of Grand
Chancellor, the highest othee within the
gift of the Grand Lodge.
"I have decided there is but one way
to show this appreciation, and thnt is
to devote my time and attention during
the coming year to the upbuilding of
this great order while I occupy tho ex
ecutive chair, and then at tho end of
my term, step back in the ranks and
work with the brothers of this lodge,
for the betterment of Pythian condi
tions in this town.
"My predecessor worked hard to
bring tho membership up to twenty
thousand and failed, and Brothers, this
is my aim, to bring the membership up
to at least twenty thousand. No man
who "hitches his wagon to a star,"
ever really attains his ambition, but
I nm one of thoo peoplo who believe
thnt it is better to fall short of a high
aim, than to reach a low aim.
"So Brothers, my Message" is:
Lot's all join hands and make the com
ing year the banner year in Pythian his
tory. Wo can if wo try. To work for
tho advancement of our beloved order
is certainly incentive enough to spur
us on to do our best.
"Study tho Ritual my Brothers.
Learn it's lessons by heart, and in
your daily life you will find your sym
pathies have been broadened, and tho
mi in i i iniini mini -nun nii-miT'orw" ii,iim
Wr. W. W, Vorhori of the cointy,
is visiting rdlntjvp und. friends In
Kansas City, Mo.
IT IS VITAL THAT YOU HELP NOW.
If ertch porson In Maysvlllo and
Mason county would stop and think
soborly about tho great good accom
plished by tho Mason County Health
Leagtio we know of a certainty there
would be such n public uprising ns to
quickly got the desired money necessary
to run the organization for the coming
year. Kvery ono knows what the mon
ey goes for, how from tlmo to time re
ports nro iikiiIo and published so that
iit who runs nmy read. If every ono in
Maysvlllo oven were to deny lilmsMf !
cents in a single day we would have
enough money. Vou who nro in health
forget thnt some day you will be down.
Better lay by in store a good report
so that you mny be able to reap when
you have sown. Give today and give
to nny of tho papers in Mason county
to Mr. Frank fl. Clarko or to Mr.
practice of our principles will become
an every day joy. From Damon and
Pythias we have learned that the bond
of friendship is a sacred thing and
when we pledge a Brother our friend
ship wo must as true Pythians stand
by him to the cud.
"One thing Brothers, why this order
especially appeals to mo aside from at
tending the sick, burying the dead, ani.
caring for the widow and orphan, is the
sincere lie.irt-to-heart friendships 1
nave formed with it's members; friemi
ships with men who bear the stamp of
real, true men; friendships pure and uii
selfish; friendships that I know will be
initio as long as life lasts, and then
will be extended to those 1 leave be
"Brothers, the more I study the prin
ciples of Pythian knighthood, the more
wonderful do they become to me. Every
time I read our Ritual, the more clearly
do I realize the duty I owe mankind,
and the debt of gratitude I owe the
grand lodge of Kentucky, and the
loyal members of Limestone Lodge No.
:i(i, for the honors they have confered
After tho speechinaking canio the
eating. The appetite wis lookd nfter,
and at a late hour the member de
parted feeling better for li.nnig spent
so delightful an evening. Long will the
memories of this happy occasion lii.ger.
Mrs. Leigh Robertson continues ill
ii. her apartments at the Central Hotel,
SHOWERS TODAY; SUNDAY FAIR
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following aro this morning's quota
tions on country produco, telephoned at
!) o'clock by tho E. L. Manchester Pro
Kggs (loss off) 22c
Old hens 12'..c
Old Roosters 8o
Young turkoys He
Fnt Ducks 10c
, Cincinnati, Oct. 1(1. Hog receipt?
;,."00; market steady. Cattle receipts
.'iOO, steady; calves steady, .tj.5011.2."i.
Sheep receipts 100; market slow; lambs
Wheat firm $1.00)1.10; com steady
t"lSlije; oats steady, 7M!lS'!c;
rye steady, 8.'l02c.
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
Mrs. Ida M. Bradford, wife of .1. II
Bradford, was taken to Wilson Hospital
Friday night. She rested nicely dur
ing the night.
Tho funeral services of Mrs. Laura
Helton Cray will be conducted at the
Bethel Baptist Church Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock by Uov. Ii. .lackson
and Row .1. S. Bailey.
Bcthol Baptist Church.
Sunday School at U:H0 a. m.
Preaching at 11:0 n. m. and 7
m., by the pastor.
After tho morning services tho sisters
will organlzo a missionary society and
a full attendance Is expected to bo
present and tnko part.
B. Y. P. U. meeting from 0 to 7:00
All aro wolcomo.
Sunday Sorvices at Scott M. E,
0:30 n. m. Sunday School.
10:110 a. m. Sermon by llov
Bailey, District Supt.
2:30 n. in. Sermon Sacrament
tho Lord 'r Supper.
0:30 ji. m.-r-tipworth League Vcspors
and subject! "A Nation Without a
Saloon How ani When." Habbakuk.
'7:30 j), m. .Sermon by Rov. J, S.
Balloy, District Supt.
ThQ YflCftUon U coiM; tlu
Jolly friend arc separated, but
you can koop thorn with you and
be with thorn in pictures,
Probably you owo it to thorn,
and niodorn photography makes
tho obligation an easy ono tc
Lot us domonstrato our skill
by making for you tho boat por
trait you havo over had.
Tho Photographor in Your Town.
Pue EDISON MAZDAS
In cvrry tockr i
Edison Day October 21
V L'J- 't"f V'f'
Washington Prosbytorian Church.
Regular services Sunday afternoon at
.'I o'clock. All mado welcome. Come!
Revival at Stewart's Chapel.
A revival service is to begin at
Stewart's Chapel Sunday at 2:30 p. in.
Preaching every day next week at 7
p m. A. F. FKLTS, Pnstor.
Forest Avenue M. E. Church.
Siindav School at 0:311 a. in. (1
Preaching at 10:li a. in., and 7 p. in
by the pastor.
A. F. FKLTS, Pastor.
The Pastor's Association of Mays
ville meet Monday morning at 10
o'clock. A paper will be read by Rev.
.1 oh ii Harbour. These meetings will last
for one hour. Let all attend.
First Prosbytorian Church
Preaching bv pastor at 10:15 a
and 7 p. m.
Sunday School, 0:30 a. m.
Christian Kudeavor at 0:15 p. m.
All invited to all services,
J. BARBOUR, Pastor
Central Presbytorian Church.
Sunday School at 0:30 a. m. J
Wood, Supt. '
Preaching at 10:15 a. in. and 7 p
Christian Kudeavor at 0:15 p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. in.
Cood music. Everybody cordially in
R. L. BENN, Pastor.
Church of tho Nativity.
Sunday School 0:30 a. m i
Mernin;; I'rayor 10:f5 a. in.
Evening Service 7 p. m.
This Sunday is tho fourth anniversary
of the coming of the Rector to this
Parish. He introduced the custom, on
each anniversary, of giving an account
of the work during each year. Come
and hear please what wo have done.
It is a gratifying account. '
All seats free at all services. V
Strangers are particularly welcome.
It is your church as much as ours bo
cause it is the llouso of (led.
JAMES II. FIELDING,
First Baptist Church.
There was a nice increase in the Sun
day School attendance last week, and
a splendid program was carried out.'
Another helpful, and interesting) pro
gram will be used to dose the sVhtml
tomorrow morning. '.The grading ol
the school was a thorough success, .so
bo present nt 0:30 in tho morning (Uid
get acquainted with the new system. .
"Learning Love's Lessons" is ,the
subject of tho morning sormon, and
".lesus Our Savior" for the evening
hour. The pastor will preach at both
hours 10:45 and 7 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. services at 0 p. Tn. The
young Peoplo have their own choir and
program; it will profit you to bo pres
You. are most welcome nt all or aiiy
of theso services. v I ,-
' II. 1J,;WILIIOYTI-Pjis iofiP
Third Street M. E. Church.
Tomorrow will bo Sunday School Ral
ly Day and Harvest Homo. As an
nounced yesterday tho Ifcxlly Day ox
erclses will occupy the morning hours.
Every member of the church should at
tend. The program Is very attractive
especially tho musical numbers. Don't
miss this service Eorybody invited,
rforvioo begins downstairs ut 0:30 anil
in tho auditorium nt 10: 15. .,
Tho Harvest Homo service will Oj
Vestloss, oollars mid rtarched or hoft
pnllur-nnd-cuff sets jific to iM-OO,. Have
Just beep sent from Now York by Mr.
Hunt. Alsp new Hue of bndolr cap,
G0c to $li Bunt's. ?
SWING AROUND PAbTORAL I'
Rev. Bnuman, the Presbyterian min
ister here, has purchased a Ford run
about to uso in the pastoral work of
hU churches hero and at Kllavllle.-r-Fiemingsburg
THE FUNNY WAGON FOR IDA.
New York. Ida Von Claussen, re
ccntly sentenced to six months in jail!
for sending a threatening letter to
Clinrles Strauss, a Now York lawyer
and President of the Board of Wnter
Supply oft t,his city, was coinmtitted to
tho State Hospital for the Criminal In
sane at Mattoawan.
Sho was the divorced wilt of Dr. Wil
Ham Ilonan formerly of Maysville, now
of New York.
A Side-Splitting Comedy by George Ade,
America's Greatest Humorist.
A Special Two-Reel Feature Will Be Presented.
You Will Be Thrilled and Delighted.
- iS TOJDJTSr
with Thy (loodness.
The choir will
sing special music.
Tho Epworth League service begins
at 0:15 and will be led by Miss Adah
These services aro for all. Come and
worship with us. You will be made wel
come. .1. M. LITERAL, Pastor.
Woman's Day will be the special day
in the Biblo School and church service
tomorrow. The attendance campaign
is showing results. Wo hope to have
every girl's and woman's class in the
school beat all past attendance records.
Last Sunday the mens' class took ten
points away from the Carlisle mens
Endeavor at 0:15. This society has
taken on new life.
Evening church service at 7 p. in.
Public cordially invited to attend any
of these services.
A. F. STAI1L, Pastor.
Edison Day October 71
WANTED To buy or lease blacksmith
and wheelwright shop. Address " L.
3," Ledger oflice. oct!7 3t
WANTED Anyone wishing an export
gardener apply at this oflice. Best
of reference given. 15-0t
SALESMEN WANTED to advprtisc
cigars. Easy work. Earn $00 month
ly ami all traveling expenses. Ex
perience unnecessary. Also handle
popular cigarettes aud tobaccu
Noreno Ciiar .Co.. Now York, N. Y,
WOMEN Sell guaranteed hosiery
friends and neighbors; 70 per cont
profit. Mako $10 daily. Expcrionce
unnecessary. International Mill:,
Box 1020, West Philadelphia, Pa
FOR SALE. . .7 .". '
FOR SALE Ono wire cot, S-hurnor gas
stove with oveufl coal heater aud 1
ico box; alt ilrgnWl1 condition. Apply
to Mrs. J." "A. VsYtiipson, 511 Poplar
4 Ii jlP F5
FOR SAILE 15 thoroughbred White
Orphington hens nnd cocks 1 ,year
old. $1.00 each. No. 235 West Third
street or 12S Market street. 15-31
FOR SALE Four passenger hydro
plane. Price to suit buyer if sold
before next Saturday. Apply to M.
L Clinch, CoJLtage street. ll-3t
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FOR SALE Mmiug picture theater;
first-class equipment'; -cheap if sold
nt once. Owner h.is"ollfl'r business.
Lock Box 3I2, Augusta, Ky'. 13-3teod
FOR RENT Bouse In Forest avenue;
7 rooms, gas, stable and 3 lots. Apply
to W. I), (juniiitniicu at Ceo. II. Fran!,
.& Co.'s.' octl7-3t
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Two furnished front rooms with bath
room in connection. Will bo rented
'either singly Vr double. Apply to
lrW'1, ''Xirti. .20" West Second
FOR RENT 'Until -January 1st, per
haps longer, nieoly furnished cottage
on Fourth strict. All modern con
vonionlics. Address "Cottage", caro
LOST Ladles' gold headed umbrella
about two weeks ago. Finder please
return to Mrs. Frank Harking, 138
West Third street; - ? iyt
LOSX Solid gold carved watch wjth
'' ii'iimo 1,Ida''"on' face' between Mar
ket streot and Olork'd ofllc,o,Rqward
s Saturday at Hoeflich's g
B r-r : B
H This is Cottoif Vftek nil over Aifierica, so don't fail to do your H
g share buy cotton goods nnd use them, thereby making a demand for H
S raw cotton and helping the Southern planter.
S c . r,c ,,l,y Apron Oingbams that are uncqunleil values; made in a H
g .Southern mill. M
5 8jc buys good heavy Outings that arc made In the South. H
, . ,10c !)"'?..n.fcss O'lKan"" of beauty, style nnd quality, worth -2',
andlCc; also Pillow Cases, Towels, Turkish and Iluck, and the best H
Hosiery for the price ever shown, made in the South.
i2CcJuyo Sheeting two ami a quartet yards wide. You will realize S
S its worth ns soon as you see it.
B fillc buys full size Sheets, a rare bargain; no seam, no starch. H
, , 't80 "UKS r",11 ,,(-(1-hie Spreads; extra large and heavy Hlankcts; 5
JS lovely Lace Curtains. m
g All the newest styles in Collars, Neckwear, Hair Ornaments, &c. 5
5 Saturday Night Sales.
r,c buys HANIJKKRCHIRFS of unusual quality.
lie buys HLUACHKD COTTON, cheap at 7 Me.
i R03ERT L.
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Edna Payne and ;i I Johnson h
m amuiu in Miuauici,
Or the "Little Eoleipptis,"
IN THREE PARTS.
ENTERTAINED SUNDAY SCHOOL
Last evening it the Methodist p.ir
soiinge in Willi street Mrs. .I. M. Literal
entertained her Sunday School Class
and the young men's class of the Third
Street M. E. Church, (lames were play
ed and delicious refreshments consisting
of ice cream and cake. At a Lite hour
the young people departed voting Mrs.
Literal a charming hostess.
RIVER RISING COAL COMING.
Tho Ohio and Great Kanawha rhois
are rising and navigation is resumed.
Noarly 3,000,000 bushels of coal
leady to start fiom the Great Kan.iwlu
River mines for Cincinnati. In I ho "Inn
liiver pool, above Dam No. Ii, niv lv
0011,000 bushels' of coal icady to start
for Cincinnati, Louisville and the
Sealed bids will be icceived at Su
perinteiideut .lessie O. Yancey's olllee
for the building of a school house at
Stone Lick, Ky. Specifications ean In
seen at my olllee. Bids will be riveiv
ea up to 1(1 o'clock a. in., Thursdax,
Ortobor 22. The lowf-st and best bid
der Mill be awanled the contract.
JESSIE i). YANCEY, Supt.
Bv Order of the Board of Edin-atinii.
Hopes Her Statement, Marie Public,
will Help Other Women.
Hincs, Ala. "I must confess", says
Mrs. Eula Mae Rcid, of tins place, "that
Cardtti, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before 1 commenced using Cardul, I
would spit up everything I ate. I hada
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. 1 could hardly drag' around,
and would have severe headaches con
tinuously. "Since taking Cardui, I "have 'entirely
quit spitting up what 1 cat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer
ous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re
lieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
.which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is-epm-poscd
of ingredients whibli act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, loo. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
Write to : Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladls' Ad
vIsory.Dept., Chatianoogd, Tenn.. (or Special In
itructions on your case and W-pase book, "llumt
utmnt for Womtn."fcenl In pi'nwrjorMr. KC. L20
IIWHAT KIND OF AN OVERCOAT OR SUIT 1 1
II WILL YOU WANT THIS FALL? II
7ir- ...ni. .. ... i i . i . i Is! !JT
itRoIf moans tho host that
Our Line of
$ $ Is second to uono in Maybville and before bujing OU $ $
ItJ S can't, afl'ord to neglect sooing thorn.
liOur Line of Crossett and Stetson Shoes ii
3j Is bottor than evor. Our Shoos can't go wrong; we
h h won't let them. Whon you buy Shoes from us you h;
h h aro euro to got good valuos, for we stand behind
J. WESLEY LEEr
SB THE GOOD CLOTHES MAff,
See the Special One Reel Edison Feature
"THE DOLLAR MARK," One of those Good
Shubert-Brady Attractions. Don't Miss It.
Wednesday, "THE HOUSE OF BONDAGE."
Tho county members of th'e Daugh
ters of the Confederacy aro Urgently
leipiested to send their dues to
Mrs. Geo. V. Sulser, 317 Liinestouo
street, before No ember 1st,
Cn October 21st the world
will tnke off its hat to Mr.
Edison in honor of the gjeat
invention by which he gave
us more hours of daylight.
Let Edison Day remind you that
you can get from 3 to 6 times as
much light with EDISON MAZDA
Lamps as you can with old-style
electric lamps without using any
more electricity. That alone is a
good reason for celebrating Edison
Day with EDISON MAZDA
If your house isn't wired, let us tell
you how little trouble and expense
it will be to do the work NOW.
AIAYST1LLE GAS CO.
Will stand without hitching,
pass trains, autos or struct
'pars. Fivo. years old.
Price vol') cheap
J. C. CABLISH
can ho made.
sAt and Market Streets,
.4w.r . - i ' i- , . y. t. ,, it., .. -1 i - . r -. " r . - . j j- . i mti t.-i r . wn .i iij. tmz i.- i i b . r -. i wuiwihhi . Mr i . '. ici i