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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY FRIDAY, AU0U8T It 1916.
OA COPYOim CSNT.
RfT. X. K. Jones o( the Pint Raptlnt
t'harrh at Raytnn, Kj Notifies
(tuirinl Hoard aj MM
to This CRT,
Kov. N. P Jones, punt or of the
Plral rbiptlst t'hureh at Dayton, Ky.,
tendered lila reHlanatlon from the pas
torate of that church at a meeting
held Wednesday The resignation
goes Into effect the laat Sunday In
Rev. Jones has received a rail fron.
the Plrat flautist Church of thla city
anl by hla resignation It la auppoaed
that he will accept the paatorate of
thla church. He will preach here Sun
day morning, but will be unable H
atay for the evening service. It la
aald that he la favorably Impreaaert
hv the Mnyavllle field, the opportunl
tiea being very' great here.
I! v Jones haa been iiriied to devote
hla entire time to evangellatlr work,
with Rev. David W. Hughra, of New
port, Ky., as soloist and chorus di
rector. Thla team would be a atroty;
one aa they have conducted aeveral
revlvnla together. They conducted a
most successful revival In the First
Baptiat Church of this city two years
ago and all were impressed greatly
by these two men.
The final outcome of the matter will
not be known for some time probably
but all arc hoping that Rev. Jones
will accept the call to the Maysvllle
In our Mid-Summer Shoe Sale we
have marked many lota at leas than
BARKLEY'S SHOE STORE, Inc.
THAI I V 1 I
C. At O. train No 6 aheduled to ar
rive here at 6:16 a. m. waa five houra
and forty-five minuUa late yesterday
morning The delay was caused by
the lara flooda In West Virginia In
'the past few daya.
The members of the Holy Name So
ciety will meet neat Sunday morning
at ( 46 o'clock on Limestone street.
JAMES M. COLLINS, Pre.
The Noted Soprano Will Return to
HayMllle About the Pint of Sep.
leniber to Kill Her Kaawge-
ment -Kxart Date to Re
You cai't tieat them
too wed. Have us to
examine then. If we find you don t
neei glasses you are that much ahead.
Broken lenses duplicated
Dr. R. Kahn of Cincinnati on Mondays
Itr. George Devtae Every Day.
Optometrists and Opticians.
Secretary Thomas I. Iloone of the
Mayavllle Chamber of Commerce Is In
receipt of a letter from the managers
of the Redpath Chautauqua Bureau,
Informing him of the fact that Mias
Alice Nielsen, who waa unable to sins
on the laat nlht of the Chautauqua,
wonkl return to this city about tne
first week In September, the exact
date of which to be announced later.
It wiM be remembered that upon
Mias Nielsen's arrival here she was
Buffering a severe case of laryngitis
and waa absolutely unable to sine
She mine before the audience and ox
plained that she was entirely willing
to sing but also utterly disabled. Her
accompanhig artists gave a splen
did concert but the audience was al
most entirely cold to them. Mias Niel
sen lost about four days' concerts by
her sickness and these dates will be
filled also during the same week. From
here Hhe will go to Ashland, Ky., and
from there to Bluefield, W. Va.
All ticket holders will be admitted
on tin Bight of Miss Nielsen's return.
Those holding reserved seats will
again be in a favored position. It la
not known at present where the con
cert will be held.
The Redpath people certainly come
up to their word. Ppon hearing that
Miss Nielsen was sick on the night of
the concert, Mr. McEwan, the superin
tendent, began to make immediate
preparations for her return engagement.
Will Put Your Car m
Good Order For
Rim-CuU by the No-Klm-Cut f.atura.
Blowout, by tha "On-Air" i-ure.
Loo.. Tr.ad. by many rubber rlvatt.
Insecurity ty 136 braided piano wlrea.
Puncture and SkMdina- by tliu Jouhle-
tliick AU-W.athcr tread. -
ROOHKTRLT TO HAKE FIRST
h i (.11 1 s intci in him
New York, August 10 Col. Rooae
velt will make hla first campaign
apeech In Itehalf of the candidacy of
Justice Hughea In Ixwlatoa, Me., on
August :il Thla waa announced to
day after a conference between John
McOrath, Colonel Hooacvclt'a secre
tary, and Frank J Ham, Republican
State Chairman of Maine
lower an ro rnrmn
Ixiwer Sutton street was entirely
fliilahed at about M o'clock thla morn
ing. The liricks were all laid by last
night and there remained only a
small portion of tar. Work haa beer
begun on upper Sutton but they are
somewhat handicapped by the lack of
send as the bed for Ihe bricks.
KILL THE 3ED BUGS!
We have the killer that does the work. Eaay to use.
g2S CEWTB BIS BDTTLE
M. F. WILLIAMS & COMPANY
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
THE RENT M I 1 1 I hit EYE GLASSES IN TAB CITI.
Creams and Ices
if Von Are a Sufferer
From the Heat, Try Our
M. B. BIERLEY & SDN
-29 Market Street
'My Goad Mtn, Don't
You Er Forftt Anftkht"
Willi ' fart laa
Sen of Mrs. Ida K. Spears Weds MIsn
I I ma II. Lindsay of rortnioiith,
Ohio I'rettj Nnptlals
99 Out of 100 men say:
T F Kor-Ker will do what you
claim you have a wonder
ful product.' '
Kor-Ker does more then we
claim and we truly have a
We want to demonstrate the value of Kor-Ker to you
we want to drive nails into our tires and show you that
Kor-Ker seals the punctures instantly.
But most important of all Kor-Ker
stops the slow leaks that gradually de-
, flate every tire.
1J Kor-Ker will do what we
claim you can't afford to be with
If you iiivektittate you
will be convinced.
k claim you can' t afford to be with- Jm .'
K If you invektiuate you
will be luavilfed.
FOB SALE BY
The home of Mrs. T. E. Llndsey.
414 Court street, waa Mie Maaa of a
quiet but pretty wedding, this after
noon, at half after 1 o'clock when her
attractive daughter, Clara I). Lindsay
and Mr. Charles R. Spears, employed
at the Portsmouth Engine Company,
were married in the presence of the
immediate relatives. Rev. J. V. Dillon
officiated with the Impressive Method
ist Episcopal ring service. The rooms
were beautifully decorated In pink
and white roses, ferns and smllax
The bride waa attired In a pretty
gown of white net built over white
taffeta with a beautiful corsage bou
quet at bride roaea. After t lie cere
mony delicious pink aud white ice
cream and cake waa served at a beau
Utully adorned table. An exquisite
French basket of pink rosea and maid
en hair ferns adorned the cvsiter. The
happy couple left on the afternoon
train for a three weeks visit to Cleve
land, Buffalo, Niagara Fulls and other
places of interest, after which thcx
will return to Portsmouth to make
their home with the bride's mother
She wore a handsome auit of sand
color trimmed in blue with nat and
shoes to match. The bride ia an at
tractive and popular young woman
and for the past two years has been
teaching in the third grade at the
Fourth street school. The groom la a
fine young man who haa spent the
past three years in Portsmouth and
is the son ot Mrs. Ida Spears of Aber
deen, Ohio. Portsmouth Timea.
HOI TY COI'RT
The following business waa trana
aeied in the Mnsoti County Court yea
On motion of Lulu M. Sailer it was
ordered (hat .lames H. allee be ap
pointed executor with will annexed of
Anglo K. MMcteelt, de eatrd, Bad bo
qaalHM aa audi with Lulu M. Salle,
as surety on bond.
Ordered that W. H. Kees. R. P..
Adair and E. T. Kirk be and they are
appointed to appraise the personal ea
tcte of Angle K. Mitchell, deceased.
SOI IRE HRESEIS OtVBl
In Squire Fred Dread's Court yes
terday the following cases were tried
and disposed of:
Kate Lewia, drunk and disorderly,
Pearl Hughea, drunk and disor
first day'a aah? of the new book,
"What I Man's a Man," at J. T. Kack
h y & Co., waa good. Our word for
it it is good we have road it.
J. T. KACKXEY & CO.
X HANDSOME PORCH
adds immensely to the appearance ot
a house and the comfort and saUsfao-
tinn of the occupants. To know how
easily It can be bad Just come and
lowk over our mill-worked columns,
railings, etc., all bo perfectly made and
adjusted that you can put thara up
yourself, and the coat la bo little!
The Mason Lumber Company
Corner Limestone and Second Streets.
A. A. MeLaagklta. L. H. Bekaa.
Mr. Frank Wallers, II, and .Miss
Emma Devaughu, 22, K)th of this city
were married by Ri-v. TtuggleB of
SWEET FLAVORED TEA
That San-Toy the official blend fori
Iced tea 2Uc li lb.
MayBvlllo Tea, Coffee aud Spice Co.
uxlliary of the Hospital will meet
this evening at 4 r'clock at Health
I BBBIIB rooms on Court street.
The Home of QUALITY Clothes"
You often like to drop Into a store and look over things you've seen advertised.
Hut you don't like to be urged to buy and wo agree with you absolutely.
You can come to thla store any time, try on suits and not feel the slightest obligation to purchase.
We are glad to have you visit us first to Investigate aud you'll come back and buy because you will
want style, comfort and lasting quality such as are In our suits. COME IN AND INVESTIGATE.
Children's Wash Suits
WE HAVE REDUCED ALL OCR CHILDREN B WASH SI'ITS
$1 aud $1.26 values, now 5lc.
$1 ."at and $1.75 values, now Vac
A look at these suits will tell more of their v;lue than we could describe ia print.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
BIO RIVER I M M I I It
The local rlvermen are expecting a
big river within the next few daya.
Thuy say that the river will go to
tweuty-flve feet probably. This will
shut down all work at the dam for two
weeks or more and will set back the
work a great deal. The cofferdam ia
flooded at a stage of about seventeen
feet. Preparations will probably be
made today for the high water. Tae
Kanawha River in West Virginia lias
reached a stage of fifty feet caused by
the heavy ralna. However these re
ports are unofficial and nothing defi
nite can be learned until the Federal
Government Issues a warning.
MEM OT WANTED
The men who were arrested hera
Wedneaday aud held as witnesses for
the murder case at lluBBell, Ky., are
not wanted as wltneaaes the local po
lice were notified yeBterday. The of
ficials claim to have a clear case
agalust the negro that did the shoot
ing without the testimony of these two
ENTERTAINS IN HONOR 01 OI EST
Mrs. John Funsler entertained a
number of her friends at her home ou
Forest avenue laat evenlug In honor
ot her niece, Mlaa Virginia Wood ol
Newport. Ky. Delicious refreshments
were aarved. Cards and guinea were
the order of the aveulug.
"The Square Deal Man"
We do not waut to carry over Into
... m seaaon a pair of low shoes lu our
tore, so if you need shoes or ever el
ect to need them again, It will pay
you to take advantage of our Mid
Summer Shoe Bale.
HAHKLUY'B ttHOU STORE, Inc.,
OpposlU Bute Natlanal Bank.
air John Marah returned to hui
Loin.- lu Lu i nut on. Kv, yasterday
attar a waak's vUit with his mother,
Mrs. Mary D. Maraa of Forest avanua.
BEAUTIFUL DRESS COTTONS
Hundreds of pretty styles are here, scores in novelty effects not to be found elsewhere. So great
is the variety that even mention of the different weaves is impossible. VOILES predominate in many
lovely styles, some of the more striking follow the season's vogue for stripes. 25c and 50c yard.
Complete Stocks of Women's Light-Weight Underwear
Hunt Underwear is selected with infinite care. So many things have to be considered the ap
pearance, the wearing qualities and last but not least, the proportions.
Hunt Underwear will fit and give you an overflowing measure of service. Some good weights for
right now wear are:
Vests with crocheted tops 10c to $1.
Drawers, tight or loose knee, 25c to $1.
Unions 25c to $1.50.
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"A Penny Saved Is a
Make a few dollars in a novel way. You save money on ev
ery purchase made in this store from the Shoe Department to
the Millinery Department.
The Clearance Sale has been a great success. Let us close it
up with a GRAND RUSH.
SPECIAL A few palm beach, shepherd check and silk suits
will be closed out at a big bargain.
3SME 3ES 3EVL SEE ZEX 55S
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