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- IHTKHrHTIO STFTWC FACTS
Orer 5400 people sre employed at
ttis 8TRTSON factory In I'hllsdelph's
Kara averv nsrf of the ht l made
Over 40,000 pounds of raw (Ilk were
converted Into ribbon for ht bsnd
nd blmllnim Isst year. 37.00n sheep
nhinn were mad.' Into awest band
MO.OOO pound of fur cut from 11,000.
N0 aklna which were Imported direct
Kven the paper hat boxes are made
by HTKTSON requlrln over 903 ton
of boiboard last year HTRTHON ha
an auditorium seat In tl.iMM), Inneh
room and a hospital for ih.lr cm
ploy en; alw a Savins Hank rlTKT-
1M anrtrra lire llHIIIIV WOflCerp
they like their work and take pride In
the fart that STETSON Hftta have
flrat nrlic at every World' fnlr
where theae world-famous hate have
Stetson Hata are widely dlatrlbuted
all over the world Men In every
clime, of every tongue and every sta
.i., it. life wear Stetsons--Derail!
Stetaon makes I ho hat that la always
dependable that offers a selection
wide enough to satisfy every mnn's
There Isn't an authentic style, in
color, shape, weight or finish that Isn't
presented first and best In a Stetson
And you'll find the widest selection
aad most expert help In choosing at
of.o. h. nun .
MaysTllleN Foremost Clothiers.
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San Antonio, Texas, September 6
If Francisco Villa gets within strlkini;
distance of the American expedition
ary force. General Pershing's soldiers
may Join troops of the de facto gov
ernment In an offensive campaign to
exterminate the bandit and bis fol
lowers. This was the statement of
General Funston this afternoon.
Kl Paso, Texas, September 6
Trains leaving Juarez for the south to
day carried additional guurds of sol
diers. Mexican military authorities
would not discuss reports that the
steps had been taken because of th
northward inarch of Francisco villa
said to be operating in the Santa Clara
Hlpollto Villa, a brother of the ban
dit chieftain, turned over by Federal
authorities to state authorities was
placed In the local county jail charge!
with an alleged conspiracy to destroy
a railway bridge near Hancock Texas
HEW VOKK PAUNCH CALL NTKIKK
Mr and Mrs. William Traxel spent
the day In Cincinnati yesterday
Hev J H. Fielding .has returned to
this city after a vacation spent In On
Mrs. Stella I'urdon of Cincinnati re
turned home yesterday after a short
Mrs. Sallle Heckott of this city Is
visiting relatives and friends In Muses
Mills, Fleming county.
Mr. K. Carver returned to his home
In Charleston, W. Vs., yesterday after
a short stay In this city.
Mrs. W. 11. Dawson of Wood street
left yesterday on a visit with her
daughter In Newport, Ky.
Mrs. William Carter has returned to
her home In Orange City after a visit
with relatives and friends In this city.
Miss Chloe Muse of Muses Mills,
Fleming county, Is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. George Mcllanlel, of East Third
Mr. and Mrs. t. U Shelton of Toles
boro passed through this city yester
tftj en route to Shelbyville, Ky.,
where they will visit relatives.
Miss Mary Huckley of West Second
street and Mrs. Thomas Buckley of
Taft, Cal., who is visiting here, left
yesterday on a short visit with relp
tives in Portsmouth, Ohio.
Mr J. H. Itichardson returned to his
home on East Second street last night
after a trip to Berea, Ky., where ho
attended a meeting of the Kducational
Board of Barbourville College and the
opening of the Kentucky Conference
of the Methodist Church.
Of the Flfhth Orade Students of the t&
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Afternoon Before the Masea
County Teachers Instate.
New York, September 0 A strike
was declared early tonight by union
ized employes of the subway and ele
vated railway lines operated by the
Interborough Rapid Transit Company.
About 1,500 of the U,TM carmen in
the company's pay voted at a mass
meeting to quit work immediately.
Employes on the "green line" of the
New York Railways Company also
voted tonight to strike. This is one of
the most important of the city's sur
face car lines. The men acted through
sympathy for the subway and ele
vated railway employes.
Tbe Interborough employes demand
an annulment of individual contracts
binding tbem not to seek wage In
creases for two years.
Should the strikers succeed in their
purpose more than 1,300 employes will
be affected and New York will face
the worst tie-up in its history.
The gauge marks 4.8 this morning
and falling slowly.
The flroanland will pass up for
Pomeroy today and the Greendale
down for Cincinnati.
Hon. James Kehoe was a business
visitor in Cincinnati yesterday.
MASON COUNTY FA KM
We will offer, on tbe premises, at
public sale, on
WEDNESDAY, UCTIDBl t PJHi.
At 1 o'clock p. in., the farai owned by
ths late R. J. Galther.
This well-known farm lies two and
one-half miles east of Maysllck, on
the Blue Lick turnpike, two miles
from Helena Staliou, and contains
about 235 acres of the best land In
Mason county, in high state of cul
tivation; desirable neighborhood;
Maysllck Consolidated school wagons
pass the door; well watered; dralu
age good; no waste land; tweuty-flve
acres virglu woodland soil. Six-room
house and outbuildings. Tobacco
barn, stables, etc. Also tenant house.
Will offer in tracts of about 60. 65
and 90 acres, and also as a whole.
Seeding privileges given this fall and
full possession March 1, 1917.
For further particulars call on or
write, T. F. (-ninth.
(Marshall Station) Postomce North
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Stevens and
daughter are visiting friends and rel
atives in Pendleton county.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of May-i-ville
spent Sunday with the latter
brother, Mr. Clarence Rains.
Mrs. J. R. Stevens and children are
spending the week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Breeze of neur Carlisle.
Earl Parker has been ill the past
Dr. O. C. Henry is moving into his
Mr. Wood Walllugford visited Ger
mantown Sunday night.
Miss Ray Thomas of Wilinore Is the
guest of the Misses Worthington.
Raymond Heiison left Wednesday to
resume his studies at State University.
Mr. Thomas Parker was calling in
the Washington neighborhood Sun
day. Mr. Mike Dwycr of Brooksville
drove over in his new car to visit his
Miss Elizabeth Asbury of near tier
niautowu left Tuesday for Danville to
enter college at that place.
The Misses Worthington delightful
ly entertained a large party of their
friends Wednesday evening.
Mr. D. F. Weaver while driving his
new Overland Six through German
town on last Saturday had the mis
fortune to strike a tree near the road,
considerably injuring the car.
Miss May Washburn was taken to
her home in Augusta yesterday after
being in the local hospital for some
OUR COLORED CITIZENS
The Congo River Tabernacle lxidge
No. 85 will hold Its regular business
meeting tonight All members are
urged to come out, aa we have busi
ness of Importance to transact.
IIKRT1E U DUDLEY. II P
MARIA J. SMITH, C It
The Covington Tigers vs. Maysvllle
Pirates. The Tigers is one of tbe fast
est colored baseball clubs In the state
of Kentucky and a good game is prom
ised. All colored ladles should at
tend this game at league park Sunday
$12 15 FOR AN ALL EXPENSE THREE DYS TRIP
FROM MAYSVILLE. SEPTEMBER 27th
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The annual commencement of the
elahth grade of the county schools was
held yesterday afternoon before ths
Mason County Teachers' Institute. A
large number of graduates were pre
The address of the commencement
was delivered by Rev. Will B Camp
bell, pastor of the First M. E. Church,
South. Mr. Campbell's remarks were
interesting and contained much food
for thought. Mr. Campbell urged that J
the students keep some Ideal liefore
The following were the graduates
Kmniu Braught. John Hook, Kirby
Collins, Henry Harney, Leona Elliott,
(leorge Alexander, Pauline Arnold,
lee Berry, Clarence Breeze, Ednn
Breeze. Catherine Culvert. Ella Full
mer, Mattie Gruel, LtMM Hedges, Al
len Mater, William Ingram, Mattie
Martin, l-ena McDanlel, Roy Pollltt,
Nell Royce, Cora Soffel, Sarah Sey
bold, Mary Allen, Jennie Roe, Jessie
Wheeler, Elizabeth Huff, Walter Aus
tin, Elizabeth Berry, Thomas Berry,
Mildred Bane, Irene Crawford, Kate
Hughes, Stanley Hill, Charlotte Bacon,
Francis Cleveland, Mary Foley,
CharleB Fox, Franklin Fulton, Lillian
Kidder, Julia Lunsford, Mannln Scotl,
Fennle Weaver, Gertrude Collins, Sue
Hopper, Maggie McGuire, Dorothy
Rees, Josephine Robinson, Alice Slat
tery. The following were conditioned:
Roscoe Snedegar, William Bryan,
Leona Chain, Katherine Higgins, Mm
me Hansonf), Nina Stephens, Carolyn
Soward, Mary Soward, Florence Tuck
er, lllldri Tucker. John Worthington,
Klijali Hall, Myrtle McGraw, Mary
l.ai km, John Prattler, Annie Pollltt,
Jessie Dotsou, Ruth Sparks, Mary
Stohl, Harold Williams, Richard
Schatzmau, hula Eubank, Fannie
Una, Clifford Brodt. Lillian Stubble
Held, l.oiii.-e Stubblelleld, Margare!
At the Institute this afternoon Prof
R. I. Green, professor of geographv
in the Western Normal School at Bow
ling Green, Ky., will address the
teachers on "Illiteracy." The members
of the Woman's Clubs and all-others
interested in this subject are invite.)
FI.V THE t OKNFKS
In building the brick streets in the
downtown section the corners were
compelled to be torn out at each in
tersection of the streets where the
Pew ones were being laid and a few
brick were taken up. These brick
have not been replaced and the con
tractors have plenty of time and op
portunity to do this. It gives the
street u very bad appearance besides
being somewhat dangerous as one's
foot may slip into the hole formed 1
the removal of the blocks.
A picture play that should prove
very popular with everyone, especially
the ladies and children is "The Waif"
a Ave part wonder play that Is fea
tured at the Pastime today. America's
most popular juvenile stars, Matty
Roubert, Is featured in this production.
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Every Man Needs a Dark Suit for Fall
What is more dressy or appropriate than a Blue Serge, if made right. Special in Blue Serge Suits
from Hart, Schaffner & Marx ---silk lined and color guaranteed --$22.50.
We want to show you NEW Hats, Hosiery, Neckwear, etc.
Bays' Knicker Suits
Ages 6 to 18. Extra good clothes $6.00 to $10.00. Send the boys in.
Successors To J. Wesley Lee
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I'hlladelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn at New'York.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
Cleveland at Chicago.
St. Louis at Detroit.
New York at Washington.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Philadelphia-Boston. (Both gamex
postponed on account of rain.
St. Ixmis 2-3; Pittsburg 3-6.
Brooklyn 1-2; New York M.
No others scheduled.
St. I ...uis 3; Detroit 4.
New York-Washington. (Postponed
on account of rain.)
Boston I; Philadelphia 2
Cleveland 3; Chicago 4
Won. Lost Pet
Philadelphia ...73 49 .b8
llrooklyn .......74 On .t97
Boston ....71 4 .592
New York 59 62 am
Pittsburg 60 67 .473
Chicago 69 71 45
St Louis 56 75 .427
Cincinnati 61 80 .389
Won. Ixst Pet
Boston 76 65 .677
Detroit 76 67 56K
Chicago 73 68 .557
New York 68 62 .623
St. Louis 69 63 .623
Cleveland 68 64 .515
Washington 66 63 .508
Philadelphia ....29 100 .226
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All Items under this head cent a
word. Minimum charge 10 cents.
FOR RKNT Five room apart incut,
formerly occupied by O. 1-. Ballou,
Parker Flat. Immediate possession.
Call 316. s7-3t
FOIl HUNT House new four room
cottage. Rent very reasonable. W.
T. Ilerry, 221 Wood street. Phone
FOR KJBNT- -Kellum properly 1004
Kust Third st veil, two doors from
Wood Btlat Joka Mathews.
FOK IlKNT Desirable residence of
Mrs. ICartte K. Power 218 Court St.
Apply to K. M. Power, Aberdeen, O.
Telephone 530B. a23-tt
FOR RKNT Flat with bath. See Ueo
II. Traxel, St. Charles Hotel Bldg.
FOR BALK Square piano in good or
der cheap. John T Short. N IWI
WANTED An experienced cook. Ap
ply to Superintendent Ilayswood
LOST-Gold breast, pin between Pop
lar street and Traxel's Confei t mii
ery on Second street. Keturn to this
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quota
tions on country produce, telephoned
at 9 o'clock by the K L. Manchester
Producs Compauy: ,
Eggs, loss off 24c
WHKAT No. 2, ll.64l.fit
CORN White, 89S9Vic.
OATS No. 2, 49Q)49c.
HAY $12.00 16.00.
RYE No. 1, $!.27l 27.
Butcher Steers $8 00018 26.
Common and large -$4.60611.00.
Fair to good $8.76012.00.
Choice packers aud butchers
$11 20011 26.
Light shippers $10.60010 60
Common to chulue sows $7 600
Pigs $ .5009.60
Sheep-$6 25 0 6.60.
Evangelistic meetings will begiu at
the Apostolic Holiness Church, East
Third street, Maysvllle, September 8
at 7:30 p. m. Rev. L, W. Standley and
two daughters of Cincinnati, Ohio, will
be in charge. Special music and Bing
Ing. Everybody welcome.
WARREN POSEY, Pastor.
MAN III 1(1 1 I'
Tbe body of J. Ervin, who was
drowned above the city last week was
buried in tbe Maysvllle cemetery yes
terday. The woman who had written
to the coroner about him has not made
any reply and the man's identity is In
Stock For Sale
SEVEN SHARES OF
Cost 10.00 per share. Will sell for
T..'.o per share. Farus IS per rent
Keller he quirk.
Phone 663. 0'Keefe Building
"Will Sell the Earth"
For School Opening Tuesday EUtptMIlbar &Ml Conic in and
look over the hooka yofj are to use and see llic new line at
Lunch Baskets School Bags
Waterman Pens $ Self-fille Pens
Pencil Bags Good Pencils
.in. I in fact everything (leeded to make going to school u real
pleasure. We do not sell or take in exchange any sccoud-huiid
hooks. Start the child to school right by giving it all new
IT SAVES DOCTOR BILLS
Second hand books are unhealthy.
May sv i lie's Popular Book Store 229 Market Street
f All Kinds
Cheap far Cash
E at Hneflich'e
FOR YEARS ON
Chenweth Corn Cure, 15c
BRINGS GUARANTEED FOOT COMFORT. PARCEL
CHEN0WETH DRUG CO.
MtA i niOAE moo. km MtT PJNMMH :ts&.
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We supply to our patrons every advantage and eonvenienee that
I bauk can safely give. Our business is divided into three separate
depart ineiits, ( 'oinineivial, Saings and Trust. .
W e soloeit thttlrfrg accounts of individuals, tirms aud corpora
tions which are handled in the Commercial Department.
Three per cent, interest compounded semi-annually is paid in om
We are nuthon.ed by law to iiel as administrator, executor,
guurdiun, trustee, etc., of persons or estates and can handle any mat
ter of trust. Wi aeek an opportunity to explain fully to all who
are in possible need ol our services our iualitieatious for handling
I heir business in our Trust Department.
BANK OF MAYSVILLE -
The Bauk of Mayaville, Natioual Uaukiug Association, located
at Mayaville, in the State of Keutucky, is closing it affair. All
note holders aud other creditors of the association are therefore here
li, uotitied to present the uotes and other claims for payment.
R. K. HOEFUCI1, Caahier.
I uled, July 31at, 1916.
William Farnum in BONDMAN