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' t WR4TRKR F01MtCAHT 4- 4 f. l-.Mil, ('load) and ( imtlniifrf ; Warm Monday. 4 flttbhc I UK UUKtfB la an adrer tMnir medfnrn that brlei ra tenlta. Oar ratae are rnn.tat- nt nlth rJrralalJon. Try n. I -I- 4 4 4- 4- 4 4 nmr nri hi.icas ii $ail rrn.c lkmikb- tm MAYSVILI.E, KENTUCKY MONDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1916. OSK COPYOltB CBtfT. TONIGHT AT THE RIVER-THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE COTTON BBOSSOM PRESENTING "WHAT MONEY CAN'T BUT" AUGMENTED BY 5 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS g YOU KNOW THI; BOAT ALWAYS A GOOD SH0Wr NIGHT SCHOOL Will Hare If n Klrxl Seodon TienWet In The II ierli School MMhRJ With I'rof. W HI In in tmm In Cleaner hi tin- Ckawaai The first MMlM of the Night School will be hold In the 1 1 IkIi School build ing toniKht with I'rof. William Jonrs. bead of the Commercial Department of the High School In charge of the e humeri. About two weekH ago a meeting called at the High School to learn of the demand for ancle a course of in struction that could be Riven In the Night School. Only a few were In at tendance but several had mentloneil to Superintendent Capllnger that they were desirous of taking the course but were unable to be present at the meet ing. Mr. Cnpllnger said that the mat ter would be brought before the at tention of the Hoard or Kducatlon on the Friday night following und If there was enough demand for the school tl would begin on October 2. At the Board meeting the gent Iciiicti comprising that body 3ccincd unwill ing to have a Night School in the building unless there were at leaBt 15 in the clusses. The building, light, heat, etc . were to be furnished by the board while the pupils were to pay n certain sum for tuition. Knough had not made known their desire by last Monday to start the school but since that time there has been a number of Inquiries concerning the school and several more have expressed their willingness to take the courses offer ed. Classes will be held in business arithmetic, business Knglish, penman ship and spelling, stenogruphy and typewriting. The work will be under the supervision of I'rof. William Jones. Session will he held three times n r week, Monday, Wednesday ana Fri day. The sessions will last two hours, from 7 to ! o'clock. This Is an excellent opportunity for Ihose di slrlng to take a course along I he lilies of business as Mr. Jonea is I regarded as one of the best commer cial teacher that could bo obtalnad. reeommeiidntlons and last ciir greav lle came to Maysvllle with excellent ly pleased those under his tutorage. All those desiring to take the course should see I'rof. Capllnger, if they have not already done bo, and tell him of their thirst for knowledge. (Jims w vvm All girls who desire employment in the Maysvllle Twine and Fly Net Fac tory will apply at once to Secretary Manager Chamber of Commerce, First National Rank building. $4.00 per week guaranteed beginners. McNAMER BAKERY Purchased by linker IV. L. Traxel Former Owner of That I'lant Ac cents Position With (he Purchaser. Mr. Clyde McNamer. who has con ducted a bakery on West Second street for the past several mouths, closed I deal last week whereby Mr. W. L Traxel comes into possession of his plant and he takes the position as head baker in bis purchasers plant. On Wednesday of last week th" dough mixer of the Traxel Itakery broke and Mr. Traxel asked for the use. of Mr. McNamer's machinery un til his own could be repaired. He was allowed to do so and afterwards ask ed to purchase the plant. The latter gentleman asked that he be given I position with Mr. Traxel and this re quest was granted, Mr. McNamer be coming the head baker in the TraxoS establishment. In addition to taking over the Mc Namer Bakery it is rumored that Mr Traxel will purchase the Diener Bak ery on Market street in the near fu ture. Traxel bread would then b gala supreme in this city. Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For Winter. Parts and Sup plies Cars For Hire GOODYEAR Fortified Tires FORTIFIED ACAINST Rim-CuU by the No-Rlm-Cut feature. Slowouu by the "1 n Air" cure. Looau TrpuiU -by Bally rubber riven. In.ecuniv iv lH bra Idol plana prliw. Puncture! and Ski J J n- I - ! ..uule- S&E AU-Wr-atlur lit J l I The Thrifty Farmer l Keeps His Eye "Pealed" For I 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 k,.nd on the market today, and we want you to see it. It opens the furrow, drops the seed at the bottom, and brings you a better and bigger yield. Don't forget the name, "New Peoria," and that it is sold by i MIKE BROWN ("The Square Deal Man" FIRST STANDARD BANK Files Articles of ltecorMiralltn With CMHtj rlOTk J. J. Owens Saturday y III lleg-ln limine October 111. Articles of Incorporation of tnt' Hirst Standard Hank were filed with Countv Clerk J. J. Owens Saturday, to be for warded to the Secretary of State at Frankfort to be filed and a charter granted. The new bank is a combination of the First National and Standard Hanks and will be known as the First Stan dard Dank and Trust Co. It will do a general business of bunking and in clndl&f the business of a commercial and savings bank and the business of a trust company, having all the pOWaf I of a combined bank and trust com pany. The capital stock of the new concern Is placed at J17f,ooii divided Into 1750 shares of $1(10 each. Hon. .1. N. Kehoe Is the largest stockholder, having shares. The bank will begin business under Its new charter October 111. the charte- con 1 1 n Hint; in effect for loo years. The affairs of the corporation will be con ducted by a president, first-vice prcsi -dint, seeond vice-president, third vicc- presid'Mit, cashier, assistant cashier. and a board of directors consisting of 15 members. These officers will be elected for the term of one year on the second Tuesday in January of each year. Those elected lor tin1 remainder of this year are: President Hon. J. N. Kehoe. First Vice-President - Thomas A Keith. Second Vice-President S. P. Drowning. Third Vice-President U O. Malthy Cashier J. 0. Durrett. Assistant Cashier James K. Threlk eld. Directors K. U Worthington. E. 0. Slack, V 11 Mackoy. L. (J. Maltby, J. N. Kehoe. S. F. Reed. J. B. Durrett. S 1' Browning, K. (J. Downing, John H. Clarke. Thomas A. Keith, P. P. Parke-. J C. Rogers, I.eWright drowning and Scott Fletcher. The highest amount of indebtedness the corporation can undergo at one time is a sum not exceeding $175,000. This leaves Maysville with only one national bank and gives her three strong state bunks. The new rorpora ticn will represent deposits of a mil lion and a half of dollars anil will be one of the strongest bunks in the stnte The geiitlem- n at the hem! of the con cern are noted throughout the countv lor their straightforward business methods und ure iiiarkel with an old fashioned courtesy thut is distinctive. The business of the new bank will be conducted in the First National Hank building. Fxtensive remodelinc will go on In the interior of the build ing ami a new front will be placed. Everything points to a very success till business for the bank. Sluggish livers and Isiwels are the rsuse of serious diseases. Cleanse your system, regulate the bowels aeid liver 1. 1 healthy, natural action. Holllster'a nocky Mountain Tea Is a thoro cleans lug, purifying remedy. J. J. Wood Son. IuchjrW Is One Tlenp Who Mere I mini mental In (Jetting tier Kentucky .Slate Sunday Srheinl Vssoclallon Contention to ( nine to This Citj In 11)17. The announcement that the Ken tucky Stale Sunday School Association would hold its untiual session in this city In 1017, the first news of which appeared exclusively in Saturday's Ledger, created a bit of comment among the Sunday School workers of this city and County. The credit for getting the conven tion to come to this city must fail chiefly upon Miss Mary Wilson of this city, although several others from the oily and county were in attendance at the meeting of Use City Sunday School Hoard and they seemed to think that such a convention would be an excel lent thing for this city. She had prev iously obtained (he 0, K. of the Cham ber of Commerce to ask the convention here. When Bbe went to the Conven tion she presented the lai.es of I hit city for the convention. Ashland was Hie paly other city in the state that seemed to cure to hav the convention next year. Indeed, so close was the race between the two that Maysville won by the narrow margin of three voees. .Maysville Is somewhat more centrally located thai Ashland and considering the fact that the convention has not been hctil in this city for H years we were tin lucky city. The local bourd will begin prepar ing some things for the convention n once although a great many details ii' list be worked out later. Plans will be made throughout the entire tr Inter for an excellent convention und help t bei'r jut Maysvllle's reputation as P. good convention city. The cor-opera-tlon of all the church workers in tic city is asked to make the convention a very successfuu one. UWK EXCELLENT Ml SIC The Hluegrass Concert Hand of this city furnished the music for the Mays ville Colored Fair on Friday and Sat urday. They gave excellent music, playing some of the latest popular music as well as some of the more classic. Their music was greatly en joyed. TAKEN SICK IS ( HI Hi ll Mrs. U. A. McCarthey was taken sud denly III in the Christian Church and had to be removed to her home. She la reported as better this morning. mm See Us About Your Eyes We give you honest advice, QUAL ITY SERVICE and SATISFACTION. Broken lensts duplicated. Dr. II. Kahn of I'iiiriienatl on Mondays Or. fleonrc lie vine Every Oay. Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe Building. Complete line. All prices. Y MM (it NOU. Satesfaotioil Kiinr- 3 Rtiteed. Why pay city prices whn jron can Ret the same traM I from tis at one Imlf the i-oeetT CRUTOH MB All sizes. HuMier tip. Host pdt. Sec our lino H I .a tax B : m. r. williams & company a CORNER THIRD AND MAiiKBT Qvemrim I ! Creams ani Ices If Yon Are a Sufferer From the Heat, Try Our BIERErEY'B C nNPBCTIBllDRY 229 Market Strwt Hm1 SMa. . - - 11 ..J' Ii 1.1 fc I ii wnsiini: pouch adds imnienaa)r to UXo anQfayauce of a house awl tbe cwnfljrt aAd aatlsfac tion of tho occuoglts. To know how i isily it can be Had just come and look over our mill-SQgJtcd columns, railings, etc., all so perfectly mad and adjusted that you can put them up yourself, and the cost Is so little! The Mason Lumber Company Corner I.Leneston and Second Street. Pbone I . vfri ..ivhtin I. m. Rebate. "The Home of QUALITY Clothes" JYews of interest to Sveryone Nowadajn we rend ;t pel I deal iii the papers aliotit the high cosl of woolens, the scarcity of dvc stud's, and the rise in labor which is all line, and must necessarily affeel the price of clot lies. But we were one of the few houses in the Ohio Valley who were fortunate enough to have made the bulk of our fall purchase during the early part of 1916, which enables us to sell you goods at the same old price as you paid last year. Many houses are obliged to raise their prices, but we are not, and are going to give you the benefit of our early purchase. All nl' 001" new Suits. Overcoats, Shoes. Hats ami Furnishings are now in all dependable Merehandiaa, up to our high standard of quality -and the prices are no higher than last year. COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. D. HECHINGER & CO. Till: (OITON LQggOM SHOW OAT AT TIIK RJYBI TOMIiHT Tin- t'otton Blossom KloatiiiK Thea ter will be at tbe river tonight offering one of tbe prettiest plays ever offered In this city, "Whut Money Can't Buy." They also have five acts of vaudeville which makes a complete and continu ous performance. Owing to the post ers being miscarried in the nil no ad vance notices were received here but nevertheless the name of the Cotton Blossom is enough to assure them of a good bouse, us the people always get value received whenever this boat stops with us. The baud gave a con cert on the streets this morning, also a concert en the boat tonight prevtoui to the opening of the doors. Don't forget tonight at the river, the Cotton Blossom In, "What Money Can't Ruy." US TO 1'AIIK AH YcKecrday Messrs. I lam let ('. Sharp, J. Hunks Durrett, (!corgc T Harbour, N Suddutb Calhoun and Winslow W. Hall left for 1'aducab where they went to attend the meetings of the Ken tucky Bunker' Association, which couveiies in that city tomorrow for t two-days' aesaioii If there Is any thing good to be had at this uieetlug .,n,l this delegation fails to land It. the one that beats them to it will have lo go sonic Bill llS III I'll I II I Id i Muster Jack Kirk, son uf Haeekar B. T Kirk, Is suffering a ease of diph theria Ut bis llOIHC Oil West Scion I street The rase Is reported at rather light and that he la getting aloul nicely. STKICkt N 1111 II tl'OPLKXV Mrs Km, i.. O'DoeiMil of Bjidga trtNtt waa svlukeeu with aieouleeay at her noeitee on laat KYIday Urn condi ieiaiaaiifs eflW 1Vi iraajB Betty Wales Dresses For Girls and Youthful Women Betty Wales Dresses have all the youthfulness, charm and simplicity that girls and youthful women demand. More than this there is a perfection of line and up-to-date detail that stamps the whole with an unmistakable air of style superiority. Betty Wales Dresses are the creation of Betty Wales, the popular heroine of Margaret Warde's fascinating college stories. Come in and look over our Betty Wales Dresses. We know you will be delighted. Each and every one is a genuine Betty Wales and bears both the Betty Wales label and certificate. Ask about this. 1852 Hp WV 1916 r-tmSl jfi' MyV" Ar envV" aaV"" O STYLE'S FINEST POINTS The really fashionable woman is she who, dressing l correctly to the crossing of a T, also selects the exact style offering best suited in cut and coloring to her pe culiar lines and graces. We are just in receipt of a large shipment of NEW SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES arranging in prices from $12.50 to $45.00. There are quite a few from "BISCHOF'S." aafMI JfcS JML 4CaJP flB - tion be pronounced critical.