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DAiLY KENTIJCI.IAN '
DAILY, KENTJUCKIAN 1
Aug. 1. 191'
PR.'J. W. HARNF.D WAS HOST
,T THE MF.ETINC OF MED
ICAL SOCIETY. TUESDAY.
tl. nf I h fhn tlnn rmin-
ty Medical Society Tiir-day w" at
tended by about physician n.l
'i? meeting was a hip success.
The program a.- earned out a
The report of lh' secretary was
submitted iiti.l n. name wire abi
ded to the ril f the Christian Coun
ty Mr. In-ill fruits making 14 phy
sirimis in tlx medical reserve a
Pnt. F. I' Thomas. Irl Thomas,
Barker. Gaithcr, Stmtibe. Cower,
Kohrrt-oii. V!Hcr. Wnadiird. McPan
1. 1 ,iil.ro. KiMii. Hill and Pnde.
ir SliU l'l his subject "The
War K'i'i l.o" '" AIT.tU the Med
Ir. I! noi ls presented a paper
bn a !e ml topic
At ll!:."0 the members adjourned
to the home of Hie Secretary, Pr.
J W Murm-I. where a chicken fry
had hem prewired ami wn greatly,
enjoyed l.v the .'oitors.
llv-p present Pm. Stone. I
Ptite. .larkson. Perkins, SmithnllJ
hiwue, Sargent, laicy. Gate. Sights. I
Jlayiic-, iii'H'-" v right, iron.'
Morris. llrjnuMs. Basset t. Paine.
RoxteH. Hatcher. F.rkilctian, Johnson,
and Manning Broun.
Select Presents CONSTi iNCE TALM ADGE
A rattlinf food comedy drama. A p!iolp lay that ererybody will want to tee.
Also tomorrow "THE EAGLE'S EYE" very inter ing events that every true American should know
what wss going dn in this country before wsr was declar-u d. See it to-day. Ant yon will see them all.
Coming Monday. VIRGINIA PEARSON in "IIKK V RICE" A drama that will appeal to both young
and old. And particularly to young girl1. MONDAY ONL Y.
AT THE REX. J RED CROSS: WORKERS
Paramount-Artcraft Presents DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
"Reaching for the Moon"
This la one of the most expensive productions released by Artcraft. The scene are laid in America and
Europe, an Italian city was reproduced, with canal and gnmloba, and a Royal palace, with gorgeous cost
umes and magnificent settings. This pmhm-tion ia hed ami shoulder above any of the previous Fairbanks
comedies and we feel sure you will not want to miss it. Tn-dny and night only.
ADMISSION-Children mature Be; Adults lit-; Children night 1V; Adult l.V, War lai included
MACHINE FOR ROLLING BANDAGES
Scnli il hnls will be ai rrptrd up to
nuon S.itur'lay. Aiisu! .'t, for irrad
iiiR th lot on V t St vi'iilh Strppt
rrrrntly houirht for puhlic ply
ground umliT Ilie Wiltfus In urst
I'lmis and Tilic:itions ran Ix- -cn
.il John T. Wall.r's olliit. It ids to
he tiled with L. U. Cornt-t. huirmnn
play frrouinU romnuttrv. 'it l'1'i-l'H
RIGHT AT HOME.
"And what wi-re you in liviliMii
lifr?" .i.-krd th- t-aptnin.
1 vint a travi-linK MM-sinan, r
ptird th rrrruil.
"That's all rint thin, you'll (tot
plenty of orlTs around here "
w.wood. ri ;, v.
ir.h. Quirk. ti -
Douslaa Fairbanks is noted for his
Hthlrtie prowess, and in "Reaching
Ki r the Moon, his latest play from
the Artcraft Studios, he engages in
terrific combat In staging theae
tights it is neceasary to secure the
services of men of considerable
strength to oppose the strenous Dou
glas, who carries a knock-out punch
in either hand and wrestles like a
professional. In "Reaching for the
Moon" a hand of Italian conspirator
attempt to assassinate Fairbanks,
and in the ensuing conflict the fur
nishings of a palace are completely
wrecked. To play the role of the
leader of this band "Bull" Montona,
the well-known Italian wrestler, was
u lccted, and the scene bristles with
Canton, China, ia increasing ea-
China plans currency reform.
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Monday, July 20. MisaKusis Strtcs.
MrA. .Marina yuiea. it if n bjj j;
Mrs. Cora M anion. 1. .
Mrs. Frneat Higgins..jJt
Miss I.ula Moaeley. I $
Mrs (lamer Daltnn. i
Mi l.nsie Quarles.
Mm .1. H. Brown. I
Mrr J. P. Braden.
M T. M. Pnlton.
Mis. J. P. .Mrliowan.
M.ss Lotta Gunn.
Mm John Stites.
Mi -. I.uvian Davia.
Vow May Bell Hill.
Mrs. Buford Jones.
Mrs. J. II. Hire.
Mrs. Randolph Dade.
Mrs. C. W. Wilkin.
Mr W. A. fantrill.
Mrs. C. T. Collins.
Mrs. J. W. Dougherty,
Mrs. Jesse Elgin.
Mrs. J. B. Wsn-en.
Mrs. S. Sacks.
Mias Mary Cook.
Mrs. CaiTott A. Hopnon
Mrs. Kenneth Cayre.
Mis Mary Rice.
Tuesday, July no, Mrs Frank Rives
Mr. J. U Freedman. .
Mrs. John T. KdmumU. . f
Mrs. R. M. Wooldridge. fli .
SI ins Anna Lander. il I
Mrs. Bert Blakemore. I
Miss Cynthia Clark, Nortoiiville.
1 MrA -S
I'J Mrs. John
I 13 K. J I pletnre rolllnt:
I . X I J' hn W. Kinnt
. A" I jards of gnun
u t. i
This Mirro Kettle
Has Nine Superb Features
Tit s stni ing (ace of this splendid Mirro Aluminum
Tea Kttil: i$ matched by utility and durability that
make him a liK-long kitchen friend. Here are the nine
il) IliuhU cUitiif.-d, ure grip detachable handle. (1!) Handle
cars wi Wed nu. u Siniut wcld-jd on. (4) Slotted ears permit
hanillu to be tihifl.it any debit ed position and prevent it (rum
I'i'iiiiM'j in (out. id with ..ides. ('.) Rivctlcss, nivburn, connived
L it' b. ("' S If ffillitiu . .isy-Kiuring siwut. (7) Wide base uvea
furl, ptevi ills ti.nne crri'imii up around sides.
Also, (Hi the f iiikhu Mirr.i I'mibh, easy to keep like new. And,
C.i) the Ih..iuIi(u1 Colonial design. Also made In plain round style.
St tr fia'.ui es '.' m l 5 belong exeluHively to Mirro Aluminum.
The piiro i(, ii mire than ankvd for aluminum kettles without
(lies. I'l.inv fo:itutrs.
('o:nu ami te it for yourself and learn what a different and bet
ter line Mn m Aluminum really is, through and through.
Special Factory Demonstration Angust 5 to 11
C AYCE-YOST CO.
Mrs. M. H.
Mrs. L. A. Tate.
Mrs. Louis Kllis. (
Mrs. Otho Andrivon. j
Miss Sallie M. Campbell.
Mrs. J. C. Terry.
Mrs. Dennis Tsrry.'
Mrs. J. B. Jackson.
Mrs. Frank Mason.
Mrs. J. H. Brown.
Mrs. J. II. Rice.
Mrs. E. S. Sumner.
Miss Sallie t amos.
Miss Hugh Willi
Misa Lotta Gunn. 1
Wednesday. Jaly St.
Mm. I. Reinheimer.
Mm. V. C. Wrintle.
Mrs. W. J. Kirk.
Mrs. C. R. Lewis.
Mrs. Mallory Gill.
Mrs. James llooeer.
Mm. Kenneth Cayc.
Mm. Guy Pyer, f.vsnsville.
Mm. (iarner Palton.
Mm. Ira D. Smith. . t
Mrs. Mamie Minims. V j
Mm. K. S. Sumner. i
Mm. J. H. Vtarren. . .
Mrs. Mollie West
Mrs. S. Saeks.
Mrs. John Hall.
Mrs. Mamie Morris.
Miss Susie Stites.
Canls as follows have been rceiv
ed by frienda in this city:
Mr. James R. Russell
Misa Irma A. Stone
Monday, June the eighth
nineteen hundred and eighteen
The bride ia a daughter of the
lata W. D. Stone, of Red land. Culif.,
and Mr. Russell 1 sa son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Ruasrll of Dawson Springs
The happy couple will reside in Red'
IN CLASS ONE ARE CALLED FOR
The Local Exemption Board is
sending out notirea to the new regis
trants of class one to come la tor
There are 110 white men and 108
colored. The white will be examin
sd Tuesday and the negroes Wednes
day in the circuit court room.
They are not yat called foe set
vice, but will be needed probably
during the present month.
A metal folding bd sad aa Iroa.
bed and springs.
MRS. GEO. N. DUFFER.
Australian savings bank, deposits
Australia has 78,600,334 sheen.
Ahih and Mr. John Murlal. ImiiIi of IVstnn. are hhonn In this
hendagrw by ni'iies of a new innehlne rirntljf Inventnl hy lr
, The mactilne fohK rut and rolls hnnilnges and ran torn 100
(on ilrpsamg In five mlntitea.
MOOTED QUESTIOff UP
(Ry Assocu-ted Press.)
. turn, July 31. The full bench
i f the Maaaarhusetta Supreme Court
haa been called upon to determine
the ownership of a fund nearly a
century old which ia claimed by the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts on
ana hand and the Chilean government
no the other.
In 1821 an American ship return
ing ffftra China to this port was
seized by Chilean revolutionists ami
its cargo confiscated. When normal
conditions prevailed in Chile, the
United States demanded indemnity,
and Chile paid $70,400.
William H. Gardiner of Bronkline
was selected to distribute the money
among those entitled to it He ex
el uled the trust except as to two
t'hineM-known only a Puqua and
Moiua, merrhanta and Thomas Fur
ber of this city. Mr. Gardiner faile I
to locate these persons or their rep
resentatives. When he died the trust
was transmitted to his son and upon
the latter death to the gmndson
and great-grandson, Robert II. Gardi
ner and Robert H. Gardiner, Jr., who
are now ita custodian.
The present holders of the fund
have searched through the records
of the Stale Department, through
the American consular service at
Canton, China, and through various
other sources for the heirs of Pan.ua,
Motua and Thomaa Furber, without
New York I-?
St. Iouis 1-2
First game went 13 innings.
New York 5-2
Game went to 10 innings.
St. Louis 4
TROCPS IN ITAIY.
America t-eop continue to ar
rive it Itnly. They are i-. excellent
spirit and are enthusiastic ov-- fas
welcome that has been accorded
My house and lot at 027 South
Main Street MRS. M. H. WOOD.
(By Associated Presa.)
San Jumn, Porto Rico, July 31.
Tobacco planter who have held their
crops to the present time in all pro
bability will get aa much for it as
the high pricea realised last year
when price niade a new high record
foe Porto Rico.
Tnharco huyem during the past ten
day have suddenly rrulued that the
crop which originally they expected
would be the Urgent in the history
of the island had suddenly shrunk
and that instead of being 35,000,000
or 40,000.0(10 pound it i not now
estimated to exceed 25,000,000 Ilia.
Prices have been advancing so that
a good many buyers now figure that
purchase made during the past week
have been on basis which will make
the price a high if not higher than
last year'a crop, which averaged in
many instance more than 40 cents
a pound or more.
(Tarnished by Whitfield Brue,
Odd Fellows Hldg )
July 154 U 156 1534k 534s
Aug I64H I5ff 1&3S 153'
Sep 155 4 157S 154S I54T.
July 75 77' 74H 77
Aug 6 CO U unit 6H',
Kept S 6HT 67 ' 6H
Sept. 4.1.55 45.65 45.60 45.60
Sept 26.62 26.62 26.60 26.62
Sept 2497 25.00 24 97 25.00
t Live Slack.
Louisvxille, Ky., July 31. Cattle
Rrceipta 400; low, unchanged.
Hog Receipt 1200; 35c higher;
Lambs Quarter lowei.
In 1900 the number of American
married women in gainful occupa
tions waa only 769.000, while in
1910 it was 1.H90.000.
HOME AT PEE DEE
Fire destroyed the dwelling house
of Mm. J. C. Marquess, at Tee Dee.
Tuesday afternoon. The store near,
hy was saved by the bard work of
The fire is supposed to have start
ed in the kitchen flue. The family
were in the store at the time sad the
fir waa well underway whoa) die
covered. The loss was several thoosaad dol
lars, with but little Iruamnee.
When yau want fire,
tornado, life or bond
insurance in theOld
est. Strongest Com
panies, see II. D.
W ALACK, office up
stairs, over Andersen
corner Ninth and Main
Fowler Drug Store,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Mrs. Vera Ranille Mctee hsa re
turned from Normal School at Sow
Mm. Terry Tag, of Washington,
D. ('.. is visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mm. E. W. Brackrogge.
Misa Frances Lander is visiting re
latives in Chsrleston, Ind.
Mn. CI f ton Calhoun and little
s n. of Birmingham, Ala., are wil
ing in the city. They will go to La
fayette Saturday for a viait to rel
atives. koht. H. Buckner, of Detroit, hs
arrived in the city to remove his fara
ily to Nashville, where he will locate.
Mm. J. N. Prestridge is IK with
typhoid fever at the home of her
father, Pr. J. D. Clardy. Her sister-in-law.
Mm. Vandeven, of Leoisvllle,
is with her. 'V '
Pr. Phillip Keynes, sea W Dr. W.
A. Ilaynes, f Howell, has rented the
office vscated by Dr. Bell, In the Pen.
nyroyal, and will locate here to prac
Miss Louise 8teger
Mr. Robert Henry Ceto
April 9. 19 IS, Evanaville, Ind.
The young eowple kept the marriage
secret till he should come en a fur.
lough. They are now oa a Viait to
his parenta at Earlingtoii, Ky. t-The
groom will soon return to camp at
Fairfield, Ohio. The bride wtd be at
home for the present at Madisonville.
We wish to announce that we are now open and are daily re
ceiving advance styles in Fall Millinery from GAGE and other well
Our Trimming Rooms open August 1st and we will give
special attention to re-modeling and re-trimming.
Miss Annie Cayce will leave Friday for New York and while
there she will be pleased to attend to any special orders.
WE SHALL ANNOUNCE OUR FALL OPENING
AT A LATER DATE.
The .Annie Cayce RlilKnery Company
Forbes Building, South Main Street
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