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1 ' MISS FLORENCE WALLACE RM HF FAMKft BIM. rROYTDTTrW m. ay i. ay ..1 ay sy nsyio ay ' V"1 V - 1 " - - y, - tl ffi ijj FOB BIO AVY PALM BEACH SUITS Many styles ami pattern to -lect from, including both pich And plain back. You never saw such extraordinary values and this stunning variety will asUnish you just as much. A few odd suits on display windows at Former Waybill Lady Will Stmt In iirh merlran Sanltarinm Hens lit at ttatntif ritr. in $S.DD Geo. H. Frank & Co. MayiviUea Foremost Clothien HERE AND THERE kT "Mate TUilint T..II . ' Mr. Julian Holiday of the county was a business visitor tn this city yes terday. Miss Maud Lllleston Knight Is visit ing relatives and friends in Colum bus, Ohio. Mr. Walter Nauman returned home last night after a few duys' visit in Cincinnati Mr. Harry Miles of the Sphar Brick Plant was a business visiter In Cincin nati yesterday. Mr. John Hunt of East Fourth atreet left yesterday on a business trip to New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Holstein of Forest avenue left yesterday on a t weeks' trip to Baltimore, Md. Mr. E. H. Kerr has returned to his home in Millersburg after a short visit with relatives in this city, see Mrs. Ernest Miles and son, Leroy, of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. Mollle B. Mitchell of East Second street. Mrs. Jerome Wate Stewart and Mrs. James F. Doran of Flemlugsburg are bnsmess visitors in Maysville tedny. Master Asa Adair of Coviugton, Ky., la visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Adair of West Second street. Miss Annabel Wheeler has returned to her home after a visit with relatives and friends in Lexington aud Irouston- vllle, Ky. Miss Leila Wheeler left Monday fur Vnaka Springs, Tenn. En route she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheel er of Houstonvllle, Ky. Mr. C. S. Dale has returned to his home on West Second street after spending the summer In the Univer sity of Illinois at Chicago. Miss Edna Hasselman of Ports mouth, Ohio, returned to her heme yesterday after a two weeks' visit with Miss Jennie Cole Rudy of Forest ave nue. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hensker of Co lumbus, Ohio, has returned home af ter spending the summer with her sis ter, Mrs. Dlmmitt Knight, of Sixth street Atlantic City, N. J. August 11 Mrs Thomas B Smith, wife of the mayor of Philadelphia, will be one of the chief guosts at the btg benefit entertainment which Is to be given Tuesday night In the rese room of the Hotel Traymore In aid of The North American's Sana torium tof Children at Ventor. A coaimlttee of prominent worsen has been Invited by Mlsa Lillian Kits sell, who Is chairman ef the enter tainment, to assist her In receiving The receiving party will be joined by Mrs. Smith snd Mrs. Racharach. The affairs Is being given under the auspices of the Atlantic City Preaa Club, which became interested In the sanitarium several years ago, and which has been supporting one of the child patients in the institution Frances E. Cronsdsle, treasurer af the club, is also the treasurer for the benefit. An eleborate musical program has been arranged for the entertainment, In which Miss Russell has promised to take part. Chief among the singers who will appear will be Miss Florence Wallace, one of the Boston Opera Com pany, a southern girl of noted ances try, who has become one of the most promising of American sopranos. Miss Wallace was Miss Florence Wadsworth, daughter of the late Wil liam Henry Wadsworth, of Kentucky Her father was chief counsel for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad at the time of his death. Two special dances have been ar ranged by Mr and Mrs. Paul de Cardo. who are in charge of the dancing at the Traymore. for the benefit. One of them will be a toula XIV gavotte, In which Mrs. de Cardo will appear in costume. Mr. de Cardo writes all the music for his dunces, and has pro duced a number of artistic achieve ments during the season. MTM FOR DIVORCE In tho Mason Circuit Court yester day afternoon Lena Cooper, through her attorneys, Robert Buckler and John V. McCartney, filed suit against her husband. Dcmpsey K. Cooper for divorce. The petition states that they were married in June. 1896, In Bracken county, Ky., and had lived together until May. 1S15. The plaintiff states that for six months prior to May, 1915 that the defendant behaved himself toward this plaintiff In such a cruel and inhuman manner, as to indicate a settled aversion to her and to de stroy permanently her peace and hap piness. Tho plaintiff states that her conduct toward the defendant has al ways been such as a wife should show toward her husband. The plaintiff asks for absolute di vorce and the custody of her youngest child. She asks that the ceurt dispose of her two ether children ta either her or her husband. CAB TRACK ( l) ( It I I K i AS AS I'MON STREET FAR Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Prather of the county passod through this city this morning en route Tetoskey, Mich, where they will spend a two weeks' vacation. Contractors Vastine, Xowland and Lowrey have finished concreting the street car track as far as 1'iiion street and by Monday the cars will be en abled to run on the now track to this point. The turnout will then be turn ed over to contractors Carey & Reed for the work in the Sixtli Ward. As most of the street has been excavated above Union street the work of con creting will be rushed through In a short time. A NOTHER .NATIONAL PAY 1 P WEEK Washington. August 1R -Congress virtually completed the national de fense program tonight by finally ap proving the great Increases In naval constntetlon and personnel written In to the naval bill and urgently aup- ported by the administration. The House accepted the building program. Ito which It conferees on the mea sure had refused to agree, by a vote of 23 to 51, with seven members present not voting. The personnel and construction sec tions, which already have the approv al of the Senate authorise an Increase In enlisted men to 74,700 and the building ef lf4 war vessels within the next three years, with four battle cruisers snd four battleships Included among the ships for 1917. On several less Important sections. Including appropriation for Improve ment of naval yards, tho house in sisted on Its disagreement to Senate Increases and voted to send the bill back to conference for settlement of tho points. An early agreement Is expected, however, and tho measure maybe sent to the President for his signature within a week. CHAPTER FOPR A THRILLER BIDDER, BETTER, GRANDER THAN EVER SHOE SALE NO. 2 All Oxiord Shoes reduced to one price -Oroaotte and Stetson make. evor will Oxford Blioea he sold in Maysville at this price again : aak nny shoe denier. Wide toes, narrow toes and Southern toes included. Nothing reserved. s.ile starts THURSDAY MORNING aud will continue until every pair is sold. KZrOm PRICE $2.25 Oxfords that sold for lj&80, 4.r.) and 06.00. We can sell every pair in lots nt the ihoTl Kcmemhcr- THURSDAY MORNING. Bay The ninnufnt hirers ran not produce Oxfords nt IsM price, prices hut we want our friends to hem-lit during- the rising- prices, tartar, . SQUIRES-BRADY SUCCESSORS TO J. WESLEY LEE CO. Chspter number four of "The Secret of Submarine" will be projected at the Pastime today la addition to "The Pri mal Instinct" a Vltagraph feature with I.eah Ralrd and Van Dyke Rrooks as suming the leading roles. In the "Se cret of the Submarine" presented to day the raging climax is one of the greatest scenes ever shown in motion pictures. Special tomorrow "Hints and Sports In Africa", better than Ralney's African Hunt. TEACHERS WILL ARRIVE SOON Several of the new teachers elected to teach in the Maysville Public Schools will arrive in this city within tho next few days. This will give them time to look over the situation and to get a chance to beeome ac quainted with the Maysville people. KLNOOOLI) LODGE L O. 0. F. Regular weekly meeting of Ring gold Lodge No. 27 I. O. O. V tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All members urged to be present. WILLIAM E. SMITH, N. O. Simon Nelson, Secretary. ffisJb Ja mAfrhf wjl"wsA i OjaXJlpxaai 9JbmwltJtti wJb mtAlL JtJb"mJbmmnJbmJh BASEBALL RESULTS GAMES TODAY National League Pittsburg at St. Louis No others scheduled. American League Detroit nt Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cleveland :W New York. Chicago nt Boston. Why not try a Ledger Want Ad? . CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All Items under this head V4 cent a word. Minimum charge in cents. for Rent. YESTERDAY'S RESI LTS National League Pittsburg 1-2; St. Louis Boston 4; Brooklyn L New York 0; Philadelphia 1. Chicago-Cincinnati Rain. American League Philadelphia 2; New York 6. Washington u; Boston 1. No others scheduled. H. P. O. ELKS MEETING Regular meeting of the B. P. Elks this evening at 7:30 o'clock, full attendance desired. DR. J. A. DODSON. E. R W. R. SMITH. Secretary. JR. O. I. A. M. MEETING Regular weekly meeting of Lime stone Chapter No. 256 Jr. O. U. A. M. tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. JOHN R. HOLER, Councilor. G. A. Helmer, Secretary. PRAYER MEETING STANDINGS National League Won. Lost Brooklyn 83 38 Boston 59 40 Philadelphia ...61 42 New York 62 50 Pittsburg 46 55 Chicago 46 60 St. Louis .Y.46 60 Cincinnati 43 68 American League Won. Lost ; Boston 83 45 Cleveland 62 48 Chicago 62 49 8t. Louie 60 52 Detroit 60 63 New ork 67 62 Washington 62 56 Philadelphia 22 83 Prayer meeting will night at the Central Church at 7:30 o'clock. be held to-Presbyterian Pet .621 .596 .592 .510 .455 .434 .434 .387 Pet .583 .564 .559 .536 .531 .523 .481 .210 The guage marks 14.7 and stationary tbla morning. The Greenwood will pass down this afternon for Clnohinati. Tb Courier will pass up tonight for Peueroy aud Charleston. No heavy rlae in the river Is ex pected at present by the local river niou according to reports this morn lug. Tho river is at a high stage how ever aud a tour foot rise will flood thv eofler dam at th government works lust above the city. Plans are being made for another National Pay 1'p Week to be held dur ing the first week of October 2-7. The merchants all over the country were greatly pleased by the results of the first national Pay Up Week and so they are preparlug for another. This week will probably become a great Institu tion among the merchants of tho country. CARD in THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for the many kindnesses and consid erations showu us in our recent be reavement In the loss of our father and husband. Especially do we thank Rev. Jfi. R. Overlay for the kind words of consolation glveu at the funeral. Also do wo thank those who assists I with the siuglng at the funeral. MRS M. A. WALLINGEORD AND CHILDREN. MAYSVILLE PRODICE MARKET Following are this morning's quota tions on country produce, telephoned at 9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Prod iicm Company: Eggs, loss off 20c Butter 17c Hen 13c Springer 16c Roosters 7c -:- ADVERTISED LETTERS ; Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy and duughter. Miss Ruth, and guests. Mrs. Mary Rlack, Mrs. Mnry Belle Gillespie land little daughter, will form a pleas ant party who are leaving this week by automobile for a visit in Maysville. I Ky. Huntington Herald-Dispatcb. WILL GIVE DANCE OUR COLORED CITIZENS The Public Improvement Club will soot this afternoon at 3 o'clock .'llh Ilia Anuabelle Cox The Assembly Club will hold a dance In Beechwood Park tonight from V to 8. Parkers Quintet of Columbus, Ohio, will furnish the music for the occasion This Is one of the best quintets In the State of Ohio. JOKDON-GILLEY Squire Kred W. Bauer yesterday married LewU Gulley, 38. and Tilda Jordou. 24, both of this city. List of unclaimed letters in the Maysville Postotdce. week endlug Au gust 16:' Austin, W. N. Borders, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Crawford. W. W. Cobb, Mrs. Hester Cunningham, Miss Ethel Dldier. Ernest Davis, Mr. J. Hurni, Albert Ford, Tom Griffith, Eugene Hamilton, Howard Hays, Miss Berths Horton, Bryan Jones, Mrs. Lottie Karda, Miss loadda L. N. M. Miss, in care ef Anna C. Marcum, Mrs. Arsela Minor, Simon Peteraon, Mra. P. Rudd. Mra. Lydla Shannon, Hubt Smith. Sam Williams, Miss Eveline Willis, O. W. Webb, U na Welsmauu, Jake One cent due on above letters, per- si us calling for same will please say advertised. M F. KKHOB. P. U. Local Druggist Talks We have now procured a preparation which we can recommend to all our friends as being a splendid remedy for all forms of stomach and bowel trou ble, indigestion, bloating, sick head ache, heartburn, etc., and those suffer ing from being "sick at the stomach." Natol Pineapple Pepsin Compound is sold on a positive guarantee of satis faction or monye back. It is made from fresh pineapple juice and pure scale pepsin. We ask every man and woman in Maysville and the surround ing country who has stomach trouble of any kind to call and examine this splendid medicine. J. Jus Wood & Son. FOR RENT Flat with bath. See Geo H. Traxel, St. Charles Hotel Bldg. FOR RENT Six room house, water, gas for light ing and heating, Casto street, 3 doors North of Model Creamery. P. J. MURPHY. Al-tf for Jafe. FOR SALE Upright Enable Piano, Rosewood case. Apply to 114 East Third street. al In FOR SALE Good second-hand sew ing machines. Domestic, Singer, Household. All in splendid condi tion. Weekly payments. F. DEVINE f(p Wanted. WANTED BALM RMPRKtSBNTA T1VE PREFERABLY WITH Al'TO PTI.E. Exclusive agency proposition by selling high grade nutoinoblle ac cessory. More important than speedometer, oil gauge, or ammeter. Chance to make a big clean-up. Wire or write, giving make of car you drive. Webb Jay Corporation. 906 Michigan Ave., Chicago. W ANTED A song-leader for relig ious work in city Md country, ad dress Geo. B. Wagner, Maysville, Ky., General Delivery. SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Hundreds of yards of Wash Goods sold last week. Did vou get your share? If not. don't dclav. They are being sold at much less than the new wholesale prices and at tho same tlmo are better color ings than you will buy later. Can be used every day in the year. Many special bargains in small lots to close before going East to' buy the Fall and Winter Goods. The three bargain tables arc wonderful. 5c, 10c nnd 15c buys goods worth up to 50c yard. September Fashions are here. TrimrolngB, Buttons, Laces, etc.. at attractive prices. Curtain Goods In short lengths very cheap. Plenty for sash and odd windows. I Robert L.Hmflichi 211 and 213 Market Street : V. ANTED A good barber. A pu-ady job if apply to P. H. Blythe West Second street. all-tf WANTED An experienced cook. Ap ply to Superintendent Hayswood Hospital. 31-tf GIRL WANTED Apply at once to Model Laundry. J18-tf Aost. LOST Bar Pin Sapphine and Pearl setting between Postoffice and Commerce street Reward If r turned to this office. al6-lt LOST A gold lavallerre Tuesday evening between Opera House aud 222 Lee stroet. Please return to Miss Florence B. Sroufe. 222 Lee street and receive reward. al6-3t J NOTICE TO OUR A D V Kit I IS- ING PATRONS. All changes for advertls- menta MUST be in this office by 9 o'clock the day before their Insertion, and for Mon- day's paper must be in by 9 o'clock on Saturday. fr 1 Why Postpone Prosperity? You'll Begin to be Pros perous When You Buy Property 0 splendid building lots on West Second street 25x100 feet with brick streets and sidewalks all paid. IN.". INI EACH. Improvements alone cost this much. Be quick if you want one. Sherman Arn Phone 663. 0'Keefe Building "Will Sell the Earth" PASTIME TODAY "THE SECRET OF THE SUBMARINE" More Kxcitiug Than liver Before "THE PRIMAL INSTINCT" VUagraph Drama Featuring Leah Baird and Van Dyke Brooks Tomorrow--"HUNTS AND SPORTS IN AFRICA" NON-POIS BED BUG MIXTURE will sure do the work. 25 cents pint. Get the BUG before the BUG GETS YOU. See our line of POWDER GUNS. CHEN0WETH DRUG CO. (INCORPORATED) i.l 1 PiLOAE VOO. MO IT PHOSK MM. The Jfeastf Store WHEN A MAN'S A MAN This is fine big wholesome and sweet story by that world fa mous writer. HAROLD BELL WRIGHT It will be on sale Thursday, August 10th. Bettor 'phono your order for one right now from mfttl?ta mavjcille's Popular Book Store. 22 market VXl street, maysville. Kv. G 6. Dietrich. Prop. FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE! We have Just received a supply of coal fresh from the mines and are pre pared to deliver your coal right at your coal house, provided you lire where we can go with a motor truck, We will haul your wheat to town for you and only charge you what It Is actually worth. Yours for business, ATLAS COAL CO. JOHN W. PORTER FUHEBAL DIBECTOB Office Phone 37. Home Phone 96. 17 East Second Street, Maysville, Ky. MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER CO. AUTO TRUCK lull HEAVY OB Ml. II I II W 1.1 M.. We specialize on large contracts. Office and barn East Front street. Office Phone MS. Borne Phone 607. A Complete Banking Institution BANK OF MAYSVILLE Checking Accounts, 3 Interest on Savings, Trust Department, Safety Vault Department. Maysville, Ky. Established 1835 The owners of more than a majority of the shares of stock of the Union Trust & Saving Company of Maysville, Kentucky, having consented In writ ing to its dissolution, which consent is on die amongst its records and is ecorded ou the books of the Compauy, notice is now glvvu, pursuant to Sec tion 6(1 Kentucky Statutes, that said corporation Is now winding up and closing its busiucss' The purpose of this dissolution and winding up Is to transfer the business of the Union Trust & Savings Company to "Hank of Mayvllle." C. C. CALHOUN. President. N. S. CALIIOUN, Secretary and Treasurer Maysville, Ky , July 25th, 1816. Tho bauk of Maysville, National llauklng Association, located at Msys- rllle. in the State of Kentucky, is closing Its affairs All note holders and ther creditors of the association are therefore hereby notllled to present the notes and other clalma for payment It K. HOEKL1CH. Caahler. listed. July 31st, 1916. Douglas Fairbanks in "The Habit of Happiness" For Novel Openings This Triangle Fine Arts Picture Could Scarcely Be Excelled Bif