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WtaL. i'ti nwwif friii 8d and See tin Latest; It is a Scream; in a Four-Reel Act, Smugglers See Woman's Fight See the Fall Down the Mountain Matinee 3 O'clock; Evwifng 7, 8 and 0 O'clock,, ADMISSION 10c Washington Opera House, HI See Donkey IMIIMW TREATMENT HV mtnxcii in ciiaihjer Uorlln, Mny 26 ('limned of Urutnl treatment to (Ionium prisoners of wnr In Franco nre cotUnlnoil In n long nar rntlvo published today In Tlio North German Gazette. It 1b hnscd ujion re ports brought hack to Germany by ex changed prisoners. Some of the prin cipal allegations nre: 1. Prisoners abused by mobs and by ovorotnclous camp commanders. 2. Clothing sent from Gcrmnny with held from prisoners, many of whom ore In rags. 3. Toorest quality of food served. 4. Wounded prisoners forced to do manual labor. 5. Prisoners sent Into the unhealthy swamps of North Africa and compelled to do the hardest kind of labor. Tho North Gorman Gazctto denies that French prisoners were sent Into the nusslan swamps by German mili tary commanders and compelled to la bor there. OH, WELLi Columbus, Ohio, May 25 Hailstones measuring an Inch In diameter felt . .1 l.. n nMtnvn nlnlltllil1 at n T Til 1 1 O T O this morning. STOMACH THOUIILES CURED. QUICKLY People so on suffering from little , stomach troubles for years, and Imag ine they havo a serious disease. They over-cat or over-drink and force on the stomach a lot of extra work, but they never think that the stomach needs extra help to do the extra work. It these pcoplo would take Tono- llne Tablets regularly they would ue a great big help to the stomach In Its strain of over-work. No matter what you eat or drink Tonollne Tabs sweet en your sour stomach and stop gas belching In Ave minutes. Tho heavi ness disappears and tho stomach Is greatly adled in Its work or digestion. Tonollno Tablets not only promptly relieves all dis tress, but If taken regularly will ab solutely cure Indigestion by build ing up tho flabby, overworked walls of the stomach and make them strong enough to digest the most hearty meal. For sale bv J. Jas. Wood & Son. METHODISTS AUK FOR CENTRAL. 17.RU MISSIONS Saratoga Springs, N. Y May 24 A more systematic supervision of the homo mission Hold with tho control centralized 1h one head Is provided In n now plan for administration of this brnnch of tho activity of tho Methodist Episcopal Church which was ndoptcd todny by tho general con ference. Department superintendents will bo In charge of special work In evangelism In tho cities, rural com munities and frontiers, and church ex tension. Details of the plans will bo ngrced on tomorrow. Now that tho conferonco has de cided to retnln all tho church maga zines, tho election of editors of the publications probably will bo begun tomorrow. Meeting of delegates from tho supervisory areas wero held today for tho purpose of recommending can didates. The conference decided 468 to 325 that It would bee Inadvisable to discontinue any of tho periodicals of which there arc a dozen or more. Bishop Earl Cranston, of Washing ton, D. C, elshty-four years old, sen ior Dlshop of tho church, who retires this year under the age limit, pro sided over the conference for the last tlmo today. A resolution was ndoptcd asking the enactment of a Sunday rest law for the District of Columbia. TEST OASOLINE SUBSTITUTE Winchester, Ky., May 25 In a test hero today an attachment whereby the Inventor, Asa Borrow, UBes n cheap grade of coal oil Instead of gasoline In automobiles, showed highly suc cessful results. The test was witness ed by many auto experts sent hero by manufacturing concerns. A WOMAN'S APPEAL To ill Vnowlui iulTf tnt of rh.umatUm, wlinthf r miucular or of the Joluti. icl.tac. lurahigoti, bckohe paln In th. klilnfyi or ni-uratgl. Sitlui. to write to It for a borne treatment which at rep-nUMllv cared all of thete torture,. Stfe feel. It tier duty to tend It to all iulfereri FREE Ynu cure vourwlf at home, ai thouiandt will te tlfy no r.tmnirn nf climate being newuary. Thlt simple dlicovery bant, Net urln acid from tho blood, lonieos the (tllTened Joint,, purifies the blood and brlnhten, the eye,, slYln elattlcltj and tone to the whole system. If tbe ahofe in teret, yuu, for woof aridrrts Mrs. M. SUMMERS, llox U. South Itnrt Ind. OUR MOTTO Service Price Quality Mail us an order on C. & O. No. 5 in the morn ing and by 2 o'clock your thirst will be quinched. Service, we should say so. Only the best and purest whiskies in stock, and the prices are right $3.00, $4.00 and $6.00 per gallon. 0. H. P. Thomas & Co. 110 East Ninth Street, Newport, Ky. P. 0. Box 215. Phone South 4573 THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tin- Ford Sedan. inudu nud sold every day of the year. A woman's ear in nil details; cozy, refined, smart, eusy to drive, eitay to care for. The con. venience of an electric ear with sturdy endurance and Ford economy. The price of the Sedau is $730; Coii)ck't $590 Kiinabout $1190 j Touring Car $110; Town Cur $011). f. o. I. Detroit. On snle at Central arage Co. MAYSVILLE'S CHURCHES fFHERK HKI.IOIOVft KXERCIBRB WILL BE HELD HVSDAY. SCHOOL A M THE YKAIt ROUND Tlio nll-ycnr school of Newark, N. J., nro commended In n special report by W. S. neffenbaugh, Specialist In City School Administration of the City School Administration of the Ilu rcau of I'Miioatlon. Department of tho Interior. Mr. Deffenbangh finds that! tlmo Is saved, street loafing Is largely AVERAGES Of Hurler Cub at Hot, In the Field Ami niching Department Includ ing Wednesday' (tamo With Lexington. ilnlllnir Aienntf a AU n 1 4 eliminating the long summer vacation. Mueller 13 prevented, nnd health Is conserved by Kaiser Tho children In Nowark who havo Jones 13 Stone Lick Baptist Church. Preaching morning nnd evening, sry ono cordially Invited. Bv- first Jf. . Church, South. Rev. Campbell will fill his pulpit at tho First M. E. Church, South, Sunday morning and evening. Other services as usual. First Presbyterian Church. Preaching by pastor at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. All cordially Invited. J. BARBOUR, Pastor. St Patrick's Church. Until differently announced, the ssr vlots during the vacation period will accord with this schedult: Sunday: First mass at a. m. Sec ond mass at 10 a. m. Benediction o the Most Hlessed Sacrament at 3 p. in Week Days: Masses at 6 30 and 8 a. m. Central Prcsbjtcrlau Church. Sunday School nt 9:30 n. m., Jas. n. Wood, Superintendent. I'ronchhig services 10:45 n. in., and 7:30 p. m. A cordial Invitation Is extended to everyone. Special music morning and evening. H. KERU TAYLOR, Pastor. Second M. E. Cnurch, South. Preaohlng the first and second Sun days In each month at 10:45 a. in. and 7:10 p. m. Third Sunday at Concord. Fourth Sunday at Dover. Sunday sohool at 9:30 a. m., W. L. Stickley superintendent. Ep worth League at 6:45 p. in. E. L. WILLIAMS, Pastor. Kelly 13 French 1 Williams 7 Shophcrd 3 Tlnln 13 McGraynor ......11 Wickhom .. 5 Skinner ....... 3 Surrcncy 3 42 51 46 3 28 8 42 31 15 10 7 Tcnm Hatting ...13 287 0 6 7 5 0 C 0 10 o 2 2 0 40 II 2 16 10 16 1 8 2 10 7 3 .2 0 86 Ave. .500 .390 .373 .348 .333 .286 .250 .238 .226 .200 .200 .000 .300 MAMMOTH CAVE PROM MAYSVILLE JUNE 15th $12.15 For An All-Expenso ThrccDaya Trip Railroad fare $."5.05. Honrd nnd Cnvo I'Vo $0.50. Hound trip tickets on snle for morning trains' Hand Concert on Kclio Hivcr. Orchestra and promenade 7:00 to 12 p. m. See L. & N. Agent. Homo Runs Williams, Kelly, Jones, Mueller. Three-base Hits Williams, Kelly, Skinner, Mueller 4, Jones 2, Tlnln, Wlckhmn. Two-base Hits Tlnln 2, Mueller, Wlckham, Kelly, Jones. Sucrltlce Flies Mueller, McQray nor, Jones, Tlnln, Williams. Sacrifice Hits Kelly 4, Tlnln 3, Jones 3, Surrency, Skinner, Wlckhnm. Stolen rinses Kelly, McOraynor 2. attended school for tho past year or two mi the all-year school plan speak eiitliuslnRtliatly or It. Tlio nurcnu In vestigator naked the pupils In the sev enth nnd eighth grades to write com positions telling why they attended school during the summer. Nearly all the pupils stated that tho schoolroom was much cooler thnn the streets nnd their rooms nt home; that they wore glad to have something to do besides running In the streets, and that they hoped to gain a grade or two by the time they wero old enough for tl.olr work certificates. Parents who were interviewed farvored the plan because their children wero nimble to cot more schooling than otherwise One parent said: "If there wore no summer schools we would not know where our children nre. They would leave homo early In the morning nud run all over the city. Now we know thnt they aro safe In tho schoolhoilRO nnd in no danger nf being run over by automobiles or street cars." Tho attempt was made, to find out how much time the children actually saved through the nil-year schools. Of 271 pupils in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades, 25 ma do no :;aiii, 07 showed a gain of one-third of n yenr, 59 a gain of two-thirds oi a year, Kj n gain of ono year, and 53 ;t gain of one. uiul one-third years. It was found that tho pupils In the all-year schools not only made more rapid progress through the grades, Irit maintained as good scholarship us the pupils in other schools. Many of the pupils wero able to enter hlgn school as a result of the time gained In tho all-year school, and these pupils hate had no difficulty In keeping up with their work. It is expected thnt many more pupils will now complete the no- mcmnry grnues ni i years oi iu-c.imVo been omitted. Furthermore, leas enter high school and attend for ul 'reviewing is needed in Septeml or for 13 0 1 0 0 11 0 10 Fielding erages O PO A Kaiser 1 French 1 Skinner 3 Shepherd 3 Jones 13 Mueller 13 Tlnln 13 McOraynor 9 Surrency 7 Wlckham 5 WllllnmF. 7 Kelly 13 Team Fielding ..13 194 Double Plays 7. E 0 0 Ave. 1.000 1.000 0 .1.000 0 1.00 20 60 23 16 11 5 20 19 2 21 16 21 1C 95 2 4 9 OO iC6 .964 .962 .955 .929 .913 .911 .793 .926 Lime, Plaster and Cement U. C. EVERETT & CO. "THE PRINCETON" Tailored to Order by C. F. McNAMARA If you have denied yourself the pleasure of wearing fine custom tailored clothes because you thought they were to expensive, let us show you what we can do for you for $18.00 AND UP. Over 6oo bright, snappy, sparkling spring pat terns to choose from. C. F. McNAMARA "Maker of Clothes That Repeat" 6 i-2 West Front Street Phone 337 Dry Cleaning Work Called 1'or and Delivered McOraynor 3 Surrency ..3 Skinner ... .3 Shopherd ...3 I'ltrhers'vr(ccrds O W I. R H BQ SO Pet 2 12 24 6 9 .333 2 27 34 C 12 .333 2 11 34 6 8 .333 3 10 17 4 3 .000 least two years. Once in high sflool, they arc likely to remain even after the compulsory ago limit If pasei d. One criticism that has been directed the children who have had only 2 weeks' vacation than for those wmi hnve had 2 months' vacation. The month that Is usually taken at the be Cliiruch of tho Nativity. Protestant Episcopal. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Holy Communion 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayer 7:30 a. m. These nro the re-openlng services of the Church. All nre cordially Invited to worship In this church. Thursday, Ascension Day. Holy Communion at 10 a. m. Knights Temp lar servlco at 7:30 p. m. Third Street 31. E. Church. All services at tho usual hours to morrow. Tho pastor will preach at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Tho choir will sing anthems at both services. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m I. M. Lane, Superintendent. Practice for Children's Day at 2 p. in. Ono week from tomorrow will bo observed as Children's Day. As usual a fine pro gram is being prepared and will be given at the evening hour. Epworth Leaguo devotional service at 6:45, Mrs. Charles Fist leader. A cordial invitation Is extended to overyono to attend these services. J. M. LITERAL, PaBtor. Christian Church Tho morning services will bo In the church. Let nil the membors of tho Dlblo School bo there on tlmo. Mr. Vouell will perform a chemical experi ment "Turning water Into wlno." In the morning church service the subject of Dr. Yeuell's sermon will bo That Llttlo Grain of Sand." The evening servlco will bo In the Growers Warehouse, tho sermon tncme Is "Beyond Pardon." There will bo upeclul singing at theso services. This church will con- tlnuo In tho Youell Meetings during next week. A. F. STAHL, Minister. First llnptltit Church. "Dow and Lion Religion," at 10:45 a. m, and "Llfo's Iloomcrongs", at 7:30 p. 111. ure tho special subjects that tho pastor will handlo tomorrow. Good music nt both hours. Sunday School should be well at tended ut 9:30 tomorrow morning. 11, Y. P. I' meets ut 6:20 p. 111. This Is 0110 of tho coolest buildings in town and thcro will bo plenty ot palm leaf fans for all. Everything 'oo I but the worship and the welcome. Everybody Is Invited. II. U. W1LHOYTE, Pastor. Rev W II Wllhoyto delivers tho an nual memorial speech for tho O. A. It 's it 2 30 tomorrow. Dad luck causes a man to take a mental Inventory of hit frttuds. ngalnst the Newark all-year schools. ginning of tho fall term to rovlow .pu is that the pupils In these schools ,,a In the work of tho preceding must do 10 months' work in 9 months Kra,! B not necessary for pupils who in oruer 10 gain j monuis a year nna.uttend continuously or with only shori thus completo the 8 grades in 'J years, vacations. It should be understood, however, that tho regular 10 months' courso has been modified so that a pupil may complete it In 9 months, and all non-cisentials The small-town big man . is great merely because his associates aro so trivial. iu:min; pkki'Arkhnf.ss Philadelphia, Pa., May 26 To help along the cause ot preparedness by Increasing the number of enlistments In tho Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, surgeons at tho Jefferson hospital, this city, have announced that they will remove, through minor opera tions, and without charge for their services, disqualifying defects In ap plicants that can be remedied by the use of the knife. Many men aro rejected at the re cruiting station who might be saved to the service through a simple sur gical operation, the Jefferson doctorB have found. Last week they removed enlarged tonsils from one and hammer toes from another rejected applicant of the United States Marino Corps, and both theso men will be enlisted when the wo,unds heal. Ito Is a wise man who knows his opportunity when ho sees it. "Fair-List" Factors YOU can pay 109& to 50 MORE than Goodrich Fair-List prices, for other Fabric Tires of no better quality, without averaging Ifo MORE actual Mileage out of them ! You can accidentally Puncture, or accident ally Ruin, tho highest-priced 1 abric Tire that over was frilled into Extravagance, in the FIRST WEEK you use it! And, you would have no more recourse (with such Extravagant Tires), than you have on these Fair-Listed Goodrich "Barefoot" Tires, which coat you one-third to one-tenth LESS, for self-same Service, plus more Resilience, mora Cling, Spring, and true Pneumatic qunlity. Now, consider that Message, for Thrift. Then note following prices: Goodrich "Fair-List" Prices BLACK "BAREFOOT' SAFETY-TREADS 30x3 1 c ,q. J$10.40 30x3; FordSlze8 i$13.40 32x3 - - - $15.45 33x4 - - - $22.00 34x4 - - - $22.40 36x4 - - - $31.60 37x5 - - - $37.35 38x5 - - - $50.60 THE MOST REFRESHING DRINKIN THE WORLD ATALL GROCERY STORES, CAFES AND STANDS. 5 A BOTTLE. Goodrich tub n. f. aaoDKiar ca Ahun, Ohio No Tires average "LARGER," taken Type for lype, ana SUe for Site, than Goodrich Pai-LUt Tkea For that Spring Cold use piiosnio QUININE. For Colds In the head or Catarrh use QUAKER OIL. For Chapped Skin use I'ICAItD'S SXOW WHITE CREAM. For your Complexion use l'lCARD'S COMPLEXION SOAR For tho Beat Shampoo use A 1). S. LIQUID SHAMPOO. Any ot these articles sell for 25c and CTUj be boueht at PecorDrugCo. Phone 77. 22 W. Second St SALE One used Flanders Car. Keith & Stephenson FOR SALE THE W1UTT1NOT0X HOME ON EAST SECOND STJtEET. ELECTRIC LIGHTED, OAS, HATH AND IS FACT MODERN AND COMPLETE IN EY ERV RESPECT. WE AVILL QIYE VOU A FINE IIAKGAIN IN THIS HOME. COME AND SEE US AU0U1' IT OR CALL AT THE HOME, WHERE VOU WILL HE SHOWN THROUGH TH EII0USE AT ANY TIME. THUD. L. EWJLN & CD. REAL X8TATK AND LOAN AQKNX FarsMri 4 Traders Bank BuiMisy, MtyivlUc, Ky.