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SCHOOL DATS FOH BOTS A ICR fJIHl.S AT HAM) Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags for going away may b found In abun dance on Hrl floor at reasonable priest School Suits for boya of everv age, so romc In when you can. night or day, but not on Sun day. Our buyer was in the Rant lant Spring for several week making se lections of tin' new cut styles In suits for Fall and Winter. They arc now coming In Geo. H. Frank & Co. MayiviUe'i Foremost Olotbien HERE AND THERE i 11 TM km Mm rlilllnl m. If r If Ifif Ml lit lm trr 1 lkl mWl. M The gauge marks 5.3 and falling this morning. The Qreenlaml Cincinnati today. will pans down for A large number were on the North Beach yesterday enjoying a swim. The Greenwood will puss up for Pomeroy and Charleston tliiH after noon. ' BA1 ACCIN1TT Last evening about 7:30 o'clock a rather bad auto accident occurred ID the West End at the junction of West Third street and the Oermantown pike. Mr. and Mrs. C. U Ijuic and two chil dren of Niagara Kails, New York, had been on a tour through Kentucky and were coming to Maysville to spend several days witli Mr. and Mrs. It. 1) Owens. When they reached the Junc ture of these two roads they took tlio road leading up West Third street When about half way up the hill they decided that they were going in the wrong direction and decided to re turn and take the other way. in backing down the hill, Mr. Lane, not being familiar with the fact that there was a large hollow at the base of the bill, allowed the machine to plunge in to this hole. None of the uccupunts were injured but the machine was badly damaged, it was a very nur row escape as the hollow at this point Is quite deep. funmra COUNTY TEACHERS' IN STITUTE COSVKNKS Flemingsburg, Ky., August .10 The Teachers' Institute convened at this place last Monday morning, the 28th Keith of the Richmond Graded Schools as Instructor. Superintendent Hull Who has been sick for sometime was present and over 100 teachers were enrolled and much interest Is being manifested in the work of the same. Prof. Keith is proving himself au able and enthusiastic instructor. Mia Marie Hord of the county was a visitor In this city yesterday. Mrs It I, Klmhrough leaves today for three months' stay In Wendall, N. C. Mr and Mrs John Felster of Mays llrk Bpent the day In this city yester day Mrs William Reea of Weat Second street abb a shopper In Cincinnati yesterday. Mlaa Ktlna Sldwell has returned to home on Sutton street after a short visit in Cincinnati. Miss Kate Hanley of Market street left yesterday on a short visit with rel atives In Newport, Ky. Mrs II I). Kills has returned to her home on West Second street after spending the summer in Augusta. Miss Mat lii' Kdwin Gruell of the county Is visiting her cousin. Miss Alice Taylor Knight of Sixth street as Miss Stella McKlnlty will return to her home in Cincinnati today after a visit with Miss Nannie Bushy of KaBt Front street. MixH Hosa I loll man of New Or leans, arrived yesterday on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Men of West Second street. Miss Willa May Dudley of Flemings burg returns to her homo In Flemings burg today after a visit with Miss Nan nie Itusby of East Front street. Mrs. Charles Slack arrived yester day from Johnson City, Tenn., on a visit with her mother, Mrs. Alwilda Wheeler of East Second street. Mrs. F P. O'Uonnell and son, John Francis, have returned to their home on Forest avenue after a trip to De troit und other northern points. Mr Ctoorin P Mills of Walnut Hills, ( incinnuli, will arrive the last of the v.cek to suend Labor Dav with his) mother, Mrs. George W Davis, of West Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed I'iper returned to this city yesterday after a short wed ding trip to Washington, D. C. They will make their home at the residence ol the : room s father. FAIRBANKS I Officially ..tlflc.i of Nomination Many Republican Notables At tend Ceremonies and Wake. Sbort Talk. Indianapolis, Inn, August 31 For the second time In his public career Charles Warren Fairbanks today ac cepted the nomination for Vice Presi dent of the I'nlted States on the Ile puhllcan ticket In an address deliver ed on the lawn of his home Republi can leaders gathered from all parts of the country to witness the ceremony. Mr. i ' i ii I. ink- was first nominated and elected Vice President on the ticket with Theodore Roosevelt In 1!04 Former Governor A. O. Eberhardt, of Minnesota, was elinlrman of the notification ceremony, and Introduced United States Senator Ijtwrenco Y. Sherman, of Illinois, who made the formal speech in which Mr. Fairbanks received official notice of his nomina tion at the Republican National Con vention In Chicago last June. The addresses were comparatively short and three speakers agreed In saying that there will bo a Republican vic tory at the election. Democratic acts and policies were condemned, and the assertion made that the Republican party offered the only relief. Among the national leaders who witnessed the ceremony were Na tional Chairman William Wlllcox; A. T Hert, the Western campaign mana ger, and Ralph D. Cole, chairman of the National Speakers' Bureau. Mr Wlllcox conferred with Indiana lead ers of the party and heard reports of what had been done, fie expressed himself as pleased with their actions A rally tonight, at which Mr. Wlll cox and Senator Sherman spoke, rinsed the ceremony Both the notifi cation and rally were attended by large crowds. two hay nraAcunmra Mothers, We Played Safe fJ if the railroads are tied up as forecasted. We were luuunaic in icccivmg our ran uoining ror me Doys ana young men. We anticipated ahead. Send the boys in; let us outfit them for school days. Our Xtra Good Clothes for boys-Knicker Pants-sell for $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00. Give us a trial. SQUIRES-BRADY CO. Successors To J. Wesley Lee st' mftf tttftm mlf tttk BASEBALL RESULTS UAMES TODAY .National League Cincinnati at Pittsburg. Chicago at St. Louis. New York at Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. American League Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. No others scheduled. COUNTY M ICTION COMWIS. SIONKKS K. 01 V. MEETING Regular weekly meeting of Lime tone Chapter No. 36 K. of P. tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All member arc re quested to be present. HENRY HELMEU, C. C. Ben H. Greenlee, Secretary. Dear Ethel: ' Tin discouraged try Ins to cover pimples und blackheads with powders und paint. What can 1 dor Dear Adeline: "Take llolllster's Rook Mountain Tea 'the sure but harmless way' drives them away from the Inside, not in from I lie out aMe." J. J. Wood & Son. The county election commissioners havu been named for the various counties in the state. Those of Mason und the surrounding counties are as follows: Mason II C. Sharp, Republican Giib P. Swartz, Democrat. Bracken H. L. Pepper, Republican; T. L. Corliss. Democrat. Robertson George Berry, Republi can; Oscar Browning. Democrat. Fleming A. J. McCarthey, Republi can; D. D Porter, Democrat. Lewis J. B. Willis, Republican; J C. Walker, Democrat. NOTICE TO TEACHERS VISITOKS AND FOR SALE! MASON COUNTY PA KM will offer, on public sale, on the i i at WKDNKNDAV, SKI' IK Mil KK 20, I'JIIi. At 1 o'clock p. in., the farm owned by thu late R J. Gait her This well-known farm lies two and De-half miles east of Maysllck, on the Blur Lick turnpike, two miles from Helena Station, and contains about 236 acres of the best land In Mason county. In high state of cul tivation, desirable neighborhood, MafsJlck oiiaolidatcd school wagons JWas the door; well watered; dralu ia good, no waste land, twenty-five acres virgin woodland soil. Six-room Hh and outbuildings. Tobacco barn, atablas, etc. Also tenant house. Will offer in tracts of about 60. 5 aad so acres, and also as a whole prlviisfss given this fall and further particulars call ou or t. r. lamiKU, feall HUAlou) Poutoltlce North The first session of the Mason Coun ty Teachers Institute will convene at the Third Street Methodist Church at 10 a. m. Monday, September 4th. This enables ull teuchers to coiae to Mays ville Monday morning. All other ses sions in the morning will begin at 8:30 and all afternoon sessions will begin promptly at 1:30 p. in. JESSIE O. YANCEY, County Superintendent RALLY DAY The Blucgrass Concert Band of this city left this morning for Mower Park in Lewis county, where they will spend the day playing for the Lewis County Teachers Association. Leaving Mower Park the company will go to Manches ter to spend the night. Saturday they will play for the Manchester Euir. They will return lute Saturday afternoon. 'LEADING MAN" WINS KIKST ram AT COM '.WW's. OHIO A telegram from Col. L. T. Ander son Thursday evening, says that "Leading Man" wus awarded the first priez of $625 in the five-gaited stake, for all classes Thursday. In this show there wen; eleven entries, including the best known saddle horses from this and other states. YESTERDAY'S RESI LTS National League Boston Si Pittsburg 3. (Called end of first half of eighth Inning to en able Boston to catch train.) Chicago 8; St. Louis 1. American League St l.i hum 3; Boston 1. Chicago 7; Philadelphia 1. Detroit 7; New York 3. Cleveland 3; Washington fi. Miss Maria lionise McKlhbcn of Au guesta passed through this city yes terday en route to the home of her aunt. MIbb Ora Hunter, of the county, with whom she will spend several days. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All Items under this head V4 cent a word. Minimum charge 10 cents. HAXKIIAIL SI NBA V The Maysville Climax will cross hats with Shannon at league Park Sunday at 2: SO, The Climax bus been pluying good ball lately and titer. should be u good crowd out. STANDINGS National League Won. Lost Brooklyn 72 44 Boston 6!) 46 Philadelphia 67 49 New York 56 58 Pittsburg 55 64 St. Louis 55 68 Chicago 55 68 Cincinnati 46 77 American League Won. Ixst Boston 71 62 Detroit 70 67 Chicago 69 67 St. Louis 69 58 Cleveland 67 59 New York 6C 59 Philadelphia 27 94 Washington M 62 COL. GEORGE TAYLOR Pet .621 .600 .578 .491 .462 .447 .447 .374 Pet .577 .551 .548 .543 .532 .528 .223 .492 for Rant FOB ItKNT House with gas and good garden, 1006 East Second street. I'o session given September 16. Rev. A. F. Felts. a31-3t FOR RENT Kellum property 1004 East Third street, two doors from Wood street. John Mathews. FOR RENT Desirable residence of Mrs. Martha E. Power 111 Court St. Apply to F. M. Power, Aberdeen, O. Telephone 53011. a23-tf FOR RENT Flat with bath. See Geo H. Tiaxel, St. Charles Hotel Bldg. for Jate. FOR X.W.l; 1 Gas Ranee as good us new. 1 flUaars PkMM in good order, ( heap John T. Short. ilu.liwk f alp Wanted. anted a good bar bar, A ncaaj job If apply to P. II. Blythe West Second street. ull-tf WANTICD Ail u-M ei iciiced cook. Ap ply to Superintendent Ifnyswood Hospital. 31-tf NOTICE TO PATRONS All Union Burber Shops in this city will close ut noon Monday, September 4th, Ijibor Day. Sl-2t What is the best preparedness against sickness and disease? A ilium cleansing, purifying herb laxative taken occasionally, say once a week, s the safest, surest way to health and happiness, llolllster's Rocky Moun tain Tea will "prepare the way." J. J Wood k. Son. On Saturduy and Sunday the fourth and last quarterly conference for this year will be held In the Second M. E. Church, South. Sunday has been set apart as Rally Day. Rev. J. D. Redd, the presiding elder, will preach the sermon, it is the desire of the pastor of the church that the largest number ever will be present on Oiat day and urges everyone to bo present and muke it so. ROINDTHEEVAN CAM I' Mrs Murthu Rouudtree of this coun ty and Mr. John H, Van Camp of Ma son county were married here Wednes day morning, the ceremony being par formed at the residence of and by Rev. E. H. Bourlaud The bride la tin widow of the late Berry Roudtree. Carlisle Mercury. MORE (THAN CARS Quite a number more of the cars for a Cuban Railroad have passed through In the past few days. The signs on the cars are luterestiug, but the cars themselves, being new, muke u great deal of noise. Council might pass an ordinance to prevent this MARKETS MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARRET Following are this morning's quota tions on country produce, telepboned at 9 o'clock by the E. L. Manchester Produce Company: Eggs, loss off 20c Butter 17c Hens 12c Springers lCc Roosters 7c CINCINNATI MARKET Cincinnati, August 31 MAIM WHEAT No. 2, 1.47$1.4 CORN White. 8787V4c OATS No. i, 4tt(iir.oc RYE No. I, 19 (i 60c WHEAT - No. 2, 91.474ff1.4S. CATTLE Shippers -$7.6('9.00. Butcher steers MB 76. Heifers $t.&0&7.00 Cowa 6.254.76. CALVES Extra $12 00012.25. Common and large $6.00 iv 11 00. Fair lo good-$8.76 12.00 HOGS Choice packers and butchers $11 Z6O11.30. Light shippers $10. (OOIO.U. ('uimnim to choice sows- $7. 76b' 10 Pigs $7 .00 it 9 &0 Stags -$7 0OJ 8.00. SHEEP Sheep -$.60O( 7&. Lambs $11 66. Col. George Taylor died at his home in Washington last evening very sud denly. Mr. Taylor was 69 years of age. He was a thorough Christian and exemplified his Christianity in his daily walks of life. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon from his late home at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in the Washington Cemetery DENY REPORT Cost. LOST Black pocketbook containing $30. if found return to this olllce and receive $10.00 reward. Owners name is in the pocketbook. a29-5t BmBB S Remnants ( of All Kinds Cheap for Cash i at HaefLich'e Riverview Terrace Officials denied this morning that there was any truth In the story that has been going the rounds in the past few days that there would be a consolidation of the Standard and First National Banks of this city. 1 jiDL W. F. SUCCESSFUL SALES AND PLEASED PATRONS FOR TBAB8 ON Chenweth Corn Cure, 15c BBINOS OUAKANTKKD FOOT COMFORT. PARCEL POST PREPAID. CHEN0WETH DRUG CO. (INCORPORATED) DA Y mOXK VOO. Ml. H I JPHOAK H3S. The seL Store Have You Tried the Classified Column in the Ledger? Classified Ads Bring Results at a Very Small Cost. OUR COLORED CITIZENS Mr. Johii Gwiuu and Miss Mattiu Frankliu, a popular society couple, NN married last night by Rev. O. A. Nelson at his home on West Fourth street. Johnson's six-room moderu residence on Riverview Terrace. This boautiful home has bath and all mod ern conveniences, CO foot lot running to Third street. This 1b the most pop ular residence section In tho city. The price Is right. Sherman Arn O'Keefe Building, Will Sell the Earth, BE PREPARED!! For School Opening Tuesday September .'itli. Come in and look over the hooks you ttre to use and see 1 lit- new line of Lunch Baskets Waterman Pens Pencil Bags School Bags $ Self-fille Pens Good Pencils and in fact everything needed to make going to school u real ldeaaure. Ve do not sell or take in exchange any second-hand hooka. Start the child to school right hy giving it all new hooka IT SAVES DOCTOR BILLS Second-hand hooks are unhealthy. DE NUZIE Maysville s Popular Book Store 229 Market Street PASTIME TODAY "Who's Guilty?" "The Red Circle" Also, a Good Comedy The strength of a financial institution lies in its capital, assets, ils bttMMklt history und the ability, charucter and standing of the men who conduct ils afl'uirs. Possessing till these qualities to au emi nent degree, this bank solicits your account. W e desire the closest inspection of our financial standing, equip in ut, methods and personal ou the part of those who are thinking of opening an uccount here, because we know that we can give aatisfac tiou ou all of those points. BANK OF MAYSVILLE 3 PER CENT INTEREST PAID IN SA VINOS DEPARTMENT. The Bank of Mayaville, National Banking Aaaociatioa, located it Maysville, in the State of Kentucky, ia closing its affairs. All lute holders and other creditors of the association are therefore here iv notified to present the notes and other claims for payment. K. K. HOKFL1C1I, Cashier. Da tad, July 31st, 1916. KIM A PrMMIMPTHM ii iinn I Liimiiu i un STAR OF ZIEGFIELD FOLLIES IN Susie Snowflakes"