Newspaper Page Text
t WK4THKR FORKCAflT Fair, Itmrmtr Monday t Tne- ! j Fair Mil Cooler. 4" public 4.4. 4.4.4. I 4 THK LRDOIB It an Mrcr Unliiff medlom that hrlnr rw "ii in. Oar rata ara consili ent with circulation. Try na. 'KKKI.Y hH I Ht.lt l V Mi: tAlLY PfBLIV I. rim A.K WW MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1916. ONg COPY-ONB CBST. MAYSVILLE PICTURE MM M III Mi Charles Ballard, colored. was fonntl Will Re Shown For the PM Tim.- ln n on ,ho Fleming 1 ' ' 'Saturday nlgnt niiotit n:zu. i ne rnom In which lie wns found wan In tin- rear I of Um lionu' of hiH step-mother mid Ihr negro hud been living there. Ho t.av about Tdi yonm of ngo The cause tf IiIh di'iith whh heart failure. ThN Fienliig mi I he Screen at I he Opera llM I iirire l'rniN Ire K peeled. The sJatara, "The Romance f MaM Maysvllle'' will he shown for the firm time Ihla evening on the nereen In the Washington ()pir:i House and will be shown two other nlKhts thin week. Tuesday and Wednesday The picture each night will no ahown In eonneetlon with the rogulnr program. The taking of the picture lias at tracted a great deal of attention W. I. 'auniaii k Urn. lime mnyrri their store to their new quarter" In the Helper It ntl.linaT next lo Ihe I'li-time Theater anil Imlte their friend" and customer to call on thent. The floard of the Woman's Clu will meet nt the 1'ubllc Library this throughout the city from the fact that ; nftornoon nt l:M. all of the parts are taken by Mnygvllle people and all of the scenes are Maya villa on. -b. The part of Minn Mayarflta Is taken hy Miss Nnnnle Tenger, WkMa Mr. John Dudley Keith plays the part .,. ... ... . . , . i j . ' At Lexington ylslled Umcstonc l.odirr o. swpctnenri. i ne piciure nan :i PYTHIAN HOME little romance running through It and this will be found very Interesting. The main purpose of the picture hi to advertise Maysvllle and show other towns near here when- the picture will be shown what a live city wtl have. This will further a slogan of the Chamber of Commerce "Come to Maysvllle.' I Tonight ln addition to the "Romance i of Miss Maysvllle" the Burton Holmes1 Travel Pictures and Olora's Romance will be shown. f This City Nnnrtay Officials Vre I n in mended. MANY Wll.l, ATT UN 0 j About one hundred of the local j Knights of Pythias made the trip to the Pyflvian Home In liCXlnglon yes terday. All report a fine time and an excellent Journey with very few mis haps. The lexlngton Hernld has this to says concerning the trip: Kfficlency in the management of the Pythian Home made possible by a sur plus of $1.4iiii on the farm this year, as shown in the report of Superinten dent Moore on September 1, was the j cause of considerable comment yester day by a delegation of Knights of Pythias from Limestone Lodge No. 36. of Maysvllle. Tlie cost per capita of maintainiin: children in the home was $125.92 for the year, but the average cost of main tenance per capita for fraternal homes throughout the 1'nlted States last year I was 1 97.30. Children between the ages of 10 and I 16 years did nearly all of the work on I the farm last. year, the younger chil- Mayor J. Wesley Lee is repairing drcn attending the garden, which in and remodling his nouse on East Sec- eluded about seven acres. Mr. Moore, ond street above Union street. The the superintendent, was the recipient house will be completely repapered of many compliments yesterday be and repainted and other repairs will cause of the careful management of h made. The home when finished will the home, and the congenial relations be one of the most attractive along the between the children and those in street. charge. Much Interest was evidenced in th announcement in Saturday's Ledger of the coming of Hon. Kdwin P. Morrow of Somerset, Ky., to open the Repub lican Campaign in this county on next Thursday. Many have expressed their desire of coming to the speaking and it Is expected that a large crowd w'lll be out to hear Mr. Morrow. HI IMIHIM. HOUSE COLLEGE CLASSMATES ti editing of Mary ft Phlster of New. bury and Or. 0. W. Alrhley of New York. tJKTS THK LIMIT I Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For Fall. Parts and Sup plies Cir$ For Hire GoodJyear S AKRON. OHIO Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST Rim Tut. I v the No-Rlm-Ctit feature. 3lowoui.lv ihe "On Aii " t ure. Looe Tread, hy many rabbet rlvetl. insecurity Iv 1M bl I (led in.no wire. Punctures end SkiJdinv DJT t 1 QOUb thick AU-Weutiicr treu.l I The Thrifty Farmer Keeps His Eye "Pealed" For UP-TO-THE-MINUTE FARM MACHINERY and that's the kind of man we cater to. The New Peoria Drill is without a doubt the most complete farm machine of its kind on the market today, and we want you to see it. It opens the furrow, drops the seed at the bot.om, and brings you a better and bigger yield. Don't forget the name, "New Peoria," and that it is sold by MIKE BROWN "The Square Deal Man" ! Newbury Port Ncwh (Mann.) tian tbe following to aay of the wedding of Minn Mary ('. I'lilnter, formerly of HiIh city, and Or. D. W. Atehley of New York: Wedding belle rang inerlly at the hlMoric St. Paul's church lat evening when Mlns Mary (' Phlater, daughter of Mrs. Walter II. Mflttt of Chicago and Newbury, and Or. Dana W. Ateh ley of New York, son of Mr. and MrB W. A. Atehley of Asbury Park. N. J. were united ln mnrrlage by Rev. Ar thur M. Wright, rector of the church The bride was. given away by her un cle, J, Q. A. Johnson of New York. The ninid of honor was Miss Har riett Tuthlll of Kvanston, 111., the bridesmaids were Miss Sarah Thomp son, a cousin of the bride, of Newbury: Miss Margaret Hackett of Chicago: Miss Margaret Little of Newbury, and Miss Helen Sheridan of Chicago. Tlie best man was Dr. Verne H Mason of Johns Hopklna Hospital, of Baltimore, Md. The ushers were: Donald B. Ateh ley, brother of the groom, of Oswego. X. V., Llspenard B. Phister. brother of the bride, of Chicago; (iardiner Thompson, cousin of the bride. Bos ton: and Albert Hale of this city. The church had been liandsoiuel decorated for the occasion, white phlox being at the altar and at the heads of the pews of the center aisle. Yellow flowers and greenery being usd ln other parts of the auditorium The ceremony took place at tl o'clock and was witnessed by kindred and friends. Victor A. Nicholson, tho church or ganist, played the "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party entered, and Mendelssohn's "Weddlnt March" as they passed out. He also played selections aB the guests were arriving. The bride looked charming in I handsome white embroidered Canton China silk dress and a long white tulle veil caught up by orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses. The bride secured her wedding dress at Hong Kong last winter while tiv c ling in the Orient. I he maid of honor wore white tulle over yellow and curried a bouquet of yellow coryopBls und white cosmos. The brldesmuids wore yellow satin dresses and yellow tulle veils. They carried bouquets of yellow coryopsis and white cosmos. Following the wedding there was a reception at the home of the bride's mother on Ocean avenue, Newbury, which was attended by kindred and intimate friends. Dr. and Mrs. Atehley are graduates of Chicago I'nlverslty und are mem bers of the same class, 1911. !r Atehley continued his studies at Johns Hopkins medical school and after be ing graduated began the practise ol rtlln la New York city, where he is a member of the staff of the Presby terian hospital. He Ib a member of the Phi Beta Kappa of the I'nlversity of Chicago and of the Nu Slgna Nu and Johns Hopkins medical school. The bride Is a brilliant and accomplished lady, admirably endowed by nature and education to till the important sta tion In life to which she haB been called. The happy couple were generously remembered In gifts of gold, silver, and urticleB of various character. Dr and Mrs. Atehley will bent home after October 15 at 81 Northern ave nue, New York city. Following is the programme pro vided by OrganlBt Nicholson, all of wliieli was played with skill and bril liancy of expression . Prayer, "Kienzl" Wagner "The Bride's Sing" Streliki Introduction, "FauBt" Gounod (Javotte, "Mlgnon" Thomas "The Wedding MornV M von Ifolat March, "Tannhauser" Wagner C01 N( II. Nirmif TONIUIIT In the Mason Circuit Court Saturdav Will Hunter of Washington waa given RO days in Jail and fined lino for sell ing liquor In local option territory Hunter waa captured hy IVputy Sher Iff Mike Brown and other officers mime time ago nt hia home In Washington and a large amount of bootc wan found hid a w ay under a HtalrcaRc. He was found guilty In Squire Bauer's Court and given a jail sentence. Cpon th.' fact that he had been convicted in a lower court he entered a plea of not guilty and was ch'nred by the Jury. REGISTER! Six - SI Fountain Pen now nt 5c rtyles to select from. J. T. KACKI.KY fl CO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of llnyten, k Adopts Kesnlntlon Oter the Departure nf Their Pas ter, Key. N. f, Junes, Who Comes to the Klritt Baptist Clturrh of this Pity. Waysvllle Kepultllran who want tn ite for President In member niii-l register TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, at their regular polling places In the rlly. There will be hut one regular registration day Tuesday, October M llWJ voter iini-t register, whether he has registered before or not. Yonng men who will he of age member 7th, will he permitted to register. i PUBLIC TAKE NOTICE - - iiiuii ins.. . i f ..... i ii : i .. . . m H"e me unnty i on i eel Milierv ellilllt;e llieir 11(1 in 1 Mr. Miter of th'- Utimi I lease have I lie Kiel lite Mmee MOW. How about HOT SOUP fur a ekaMl S M. F. WILLIAMS & COMPANY 3 I HEADQUARTERS FOR COUOH MEDICINE LAXATIVE I 1' QUININE, GRIP TABLETS, ETC. Miss CASH RKTI'IOs M' sb Annie M. Casey, the Health LttgM Nurse, returned Saturday after a month's vacation Bpcnt in Canada for her health. Miss CBaey Ib very much Improved. The regular monthly meeting of the City Council will be held tontght in the Council Chamber. The telephon-.-franchise oucsliou will occupy the minds of tbe members of that body but it is thought the question of the pave ments In the Sixth Ward opposite it.. Ball l urk will come under theii' consideration. Mini li Mint I W. I Nuumaii ft liro. the popular psjten on West Second street haw moved to thslr utiw quarters in the Helser building. The moving of the store was accomplished Saturday night and these progreaslve yuung men are about straightened out thU morning II I It I. lit I li THIH Mt.lOIM. The fuusral of Mra. Terrauee Macaey waa held from U tit Pan M a l Churvh tbla morning at V o'alook with burial In taw Waaalogtoa Oatsry Tlie following are the resolutions adopted by the First Baptist Church of Dayton. Ky.. over the departure of their pastor, Kev. N. F. Jones who conies to the First Baptist Church of this city: I kjrtM, Ky . September 27, 1916. WHIM AS; uttir more than four years of faithful service, Rev. N. F. Jones has severed his pastoral rela tions with the First Baptist Church of Dayton. Kentucky, and WHEREAS; it is appropriate that wo expreBB our deep and true regret j to have sundered the pleasantly mem orial relutiona that have existed be-1 tWMtt shepherd and siieep und to pay due tribute to one who has served us faithfully and Indefattgably and has left an indeliable stamp upon the community of his strong personality, now therefore. BE IT RESOLVED: that we, the liiembeis of the First Baptist Church of Dayton. Kentucky, do sincerely re- great the retirement of Rev. N. F. Jones as our pastornd the departure1 of Brother Jones from our midst. Bl IT RESOLVED; that these reso-! lutions be copied upon the record of ti e ohajrak and a copy sent to Brother i Jones. The alrove resolutions were unani mously adopted by a Nalni vote at the farewell reception In the church par lors given by the church In honor of Rev. N. F. Jones und his family, on the evening of September 28th, 1916. E. B. TIEMAN. Church Clork See Us About Your Eyes We give you honest advice, QUAL ITY SERVICE and SATISFACTION. Broken lenses duplicated. Br. li. Kalm of Cincinnati on Monday' Dr. tie.irgr Bevlne Every Bay. Optometrists and Opticians. O'Koefe Balldlng. If You Are a Sufferer From the Heat, Try Our BIERLEY'S CONFECTIONERY Creams and Ices L'2 Market SI reef West Side. A II MiSOMK PORCH adds Immensely to the appearance ot a house and the comfort and satisfac tion of the occupaata. To know how easily it can be had just come and look over our mill-worked columns, railings, etc., all so perfectly made and adjusted that you can put them up yourself, and the cost Is so llttlel The Mason Lumber Company Corner Limestone and Second Streets. Phont alt. A A. H-Laugh I In. L. R. Redan. THE FALL "DRESS UP" CAMPAIGN Nation Wide September 30th-October 14th This is Dress I'p Week the country over. The time when millions or men pause to check up their ap pearance. Cheek up yours, too. now. IMI'KKMSIONS- r lRST OF LAST COl NT FOR MUCH l THIS WORLD- -Your clothes will help or mar a "flirst impression" on somebody. But don't don't think the slogan "Dress Up" means frills und fusiness. No sir, that's not the idea. It's simply this: This is the best time to think of putting aside those clothes that have done summer duty Yen, they do look a bit off. Then this is tho time to dress up. Obey That Impulse We have SITTS that win you"- favor that are instantly first choice for style; just the sort to make you think that this "DRESS DP" idea is a good one. l."s .10. Dress Dp In- new shirts s un t ttaa fail huts all in vast assortments of styles and colorings decided ly correct. D. HECHINGER & CO. tHaJiajji0B0feaBjna A STOCK OF SILKS UNEQUALED IN MAYSVILLE Conditions being as they are a rising market, a shortage of dyes and a scarcity of some of the more desirable silks, this stock is all the more remarkable in that it has in it hundreds of yards of high-class, perfect silks at before-the-war prices. $1 to $2.50. All the popular weaves and colors are included. TUB DRESSES FOR MORNING WEAR Neat percales and ginghams, made so simply they can easily be laundered. With prices only $1, $1.50 and $1.98 you can afford enough to have them always fresh. 1S52 fdL LJ -LN X E3 1916 nV-sW' Miafrin asjajJIpp waiV' aV flp" m fV" sw jsai x Vjf ' aJfrl The New Suits and Coats from "Bischof are on display. The prettiest styles will be picked out early. You will find a pretty hat to match each suit and coat. MERZ BROS.