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THE DAILY PUBLIC
THE WASHINGTON OPFRA
The Place Which Always Has the Best Pictures. Features' All
Matinee Every Afternoon at 2:30 O'clock. Admission Only 10
TO Ht Mi lit IHM. ('If 01, K V KM'tltHli M. NEI,SO PROMOTED
BY ft k O.
Frankfort. Ky , December 28 A I
meeting of Ili Live Stock Sanitary Richmond. Va., December 28 Rich
Hoard will lie held In Lenlngton Jan- ard M. Nelson, nephew of the late
nary for the purpose of out lining ' John Nelson, formerly an editorial
a plan to eradicate hog rholera from ; writer on the Courier-Journal and son
Shelby, Nelson and Spencer counties r,r .Tame V. Nelson, of Lexington. Ky.,
Dr. A. J. Payne, of the I'nlted State haa been promoted to assistant gen
Department of Animal Husbandry eral purchasing agent of the C. ft O.
will be In charge of the work. The from chief clerk. He was formerly
Department of Animal Husbandry se-!with the road In Lexington, Ky.
levted Kentucky as the first State In
the South In which to conduct a cam-1 Forty-one women out of every hun
palgn for the eradication of hog chol- dreil marry between the ages of 20
era, and 25.
Where Religions Exercise Will
Held on the Sabbath.
Cash or Credit.
Watch nlgbt serrlcea In the evening 1 OR.
The Kpworth League will not begin
until 7:30. Mr. Frank Naah will lead.
B.At . 30 preaching by the pastor. Sub
ject. "The Spirit of Methodism". From
10 till 11 social hour with refresh
ments; 11 till 11:80 two short talks on
"The Inefficiency of a Divided Meth-
. odlsm," and "The Advantage of a Unit
ed Methodism." The members of all
Methodist churches In the city where
Watch Night services are not being
held are earnestly invited to be pres
ent at these services. The closing;
moments of the old year will be spent
In an old-time love feast, prayer and
HI. W h t Hit V i l Mil in li
HUTKEIt OR. II I IK
Frankfort, Ky , December 28 Dr
T E. Rleckerby, of Rrlanger, is a can
didate for Registrar of Vital Statis
tics to succeed Dr W. I, Miner, who
has been appointed secretary of the
Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission.
MART1 ONLY COUNTY WITHOUT
Frankfort, Ky., December 28 Mar
tin county bears the distinction of be-! Wc have a
ing the only county In the State with Coal at our yard,
out a pauper Idiot. At one time the Street. It is a
county drew state aid for two pauper will hold fire over
Idiots, but they have both died. i weight and fair t
' 'motto- "Yours Pot
I ELECTRIC SHCPI
MAYSYILLE GAS CO.
To Our Patrons & Friends:
WE TAKE THIS OCCASION TO THANK YOU AND EX
PRESS THE HOPE THAT THE NEW YEAR WILL BRING TO
EACH AND ALL A BOUNTIFUL MEASURE OF HAPPINESS
J. G. Everett & Go.
Tin- Muysvillc market average since the opening of the season,
leaving out what the FARMERS & PLANTERS WAREHOUSE has
sold, is $16.39. The FARMERS & PLANTERS average is $10.70, a
difference at 'i cent, on every hundred pounds: in our favor.
Don't you think you had better sell your tobacco with us?
THINK IT OVER.
The Farmers & Planters Ware
A. In POWERS. General Manager. V. l. .1 AM WRY, Seeretary-Treasurer.
A IK. FORHKS, Auctioneer.
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i i i i i" i Aiii i 'i i i i n
t To Insure insertion all matter A
for this colama mm be sent In
not later than 12 o'clock on Frl-
mfmmlmm t Tn.f. - - - -
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Christian Science Cfcsrch.
ChrUtlan Science Church Sunday at,m ,h,B town
10:45 a. m. O. A. R. Hall. Cox Build
NOT ALWAYS si. run
(Philadelphia Public Ledger)
In Philadelphia was born Ice cream
I lion ft,' Rite nf Vmorinn'a flrot itltv
r I . - . v.iJ
4. water works Phi lade India In now hnlM-
Ing a beautiful art gallery.
Our country'a first and oldest circu
lating library Is still doing business
Church of the Nativity.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer 10:46 a. m.
Evening service 7 p. m.
All seats free at all services.
First Presbyterian Chorea.
Preaching by the pastor at 10:46 a
m and 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. in., A. M
J. Cochran. Superintendent.
Christian Endeavor at 6:16 p. in.
All cordially Invited.
At the University of Pennsylvania
the first moving pictures were made
by one of the professors.
The first screw propeller fitted upon
any warship was made In this city.
Hefore Robert Fulton ran his steam
er up the Hudson. Thomas Fitch, an
other Ponnsylvanian, was navigating a
steam vessel In the waters about Phila
delphia. There is no novelty now about a
river bridge, but the first one In our
country was flung across the Schuyl
kill In Philadelphia.
Street paving and street lighting
j were both introduced In America via
St. Patrick's Church. James Fenimore Cooper's first crest
Cutil differently announced, the ser- novel, "The Spy," was published in this
vices will accord with this schedule: city.
Sundey: First mass at 8 a. m. Sec-1 - -
ond mass at 10 a. m. Benediction of Heretofore an importer of the metal
in all forms. Japan has become nn ex
porter of refined sine.
4's and 6's
Are here with many mechanical improvements, and is the most beau,
tiful car on the market for the money. We are glad to say the Six
will sell at the old pnee
WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS
for the present. We ask that you ipiestion the owners of SAXON
CARS, as to simplicity from a driver's standpoint, durability and
economy from a pockethook standpoint. The easiest car in the world
for a lady to drive. ' f Flfll
$495 and $815
ATLAS COAL v.
the Most Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m
Week Days: Masses at 6:30 and 8
lief he I Baptist Church.
Sunday School 9:30 a. in.. Miss
Frances Strawder, Superintendent.
Preaching morning and evening at
the usual hours by the pastor.
B. Y. P. U. from 6 to 7:30 p. m.
Watching the old year close and the
New Year come In will be observed.
All are welcome.
R. JACKSON, Pastor.
Aberdeen Baptist Church.
More than 100 likes In Iowa are to
be included In a state water conser
Nothing, In our opinion, Is so liable
This is the last Sunday of the year 10 8erlout"y the present satisfac-
frrv nricriu rf Tol,n..o .... (I,.. . . . ..
and Important announcements con-1 ' V,
nt-nu',lllilr nf tlin ,..-,.. 1. ,. t
cerning plans for the New Year will be
nlade uur aovice to you is, bring eacb
wagon load to market Just as soon as
you get it ready. Don't delay until
you get your whole crop, or the most
'of it stripped. To do so will be a rals-
A steady market Is always better
jthan a glutted one. Don't get too
Sunday School 9:45 a. in
At 10:46 the pastor will speak on
A Review of our Work, Retrospective
and Prospective." At 7 the subject
will be, "The Vine and the Branches.''
You arc invited and will be mads
IF JANUARY FIRST
IS VERY COLD,
ill your heating system bo ade
ajkBte to me t the weather conditions?
ir It is giving you trouble, now is the
tune to call unon us. We are spe
cialists in heating apparatus, and in
all kinds of plumbing.
MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS SUPPLY COMPANY
Oddfellow Rnlldlng. Sutton Street.
telephone i. M. WOOII.
Mcllvain, Knox & Diener Go.
Wish To Express Their Sincere
to the buying public of Maysville and
and vicinity for their most hearty response
to their most successful Removal Sale,
which terminated Saturday, December 23,
1916, and wish you a Happy New Year. I
Mcllvain, Knox & Diener Co,
Furaituxs and UttUrUUug . Day Phone 'M0. Mif hi Phene
II II i
OWEN WILLIAMS, Pastor.
Scott H. E. ( hurrh.
Sunday School 9:30 a. in The pas
tor will conduct the First Drill exer-
ines introducing the Graded Sunday
School system. All teachers and of
ficers are especially erequested to be
prflWnlt at the opening exercises. Pub
lic worship 11 o'clock. Preaching by
pastor. Watsh night services will be
gin with program by Kpworth League
ai 8:30 p. m. followed by representa
tives of the Sunday School, Ladles'
Aid, Woman '8 Home Missionary. Song
and testimony reception of members
Memorial service roll call. Altar ser
vice. Silent Prayer, welcoming the
E. W. S. HAMMOND. Pastor.
i much here at once. As our house Is
the largest, we are helped most by a
rush; but, we know that what la not
good for you is not, in the long run,
good for us.
We Are For What Helps
That Is the reason we so carefully
sort and handle each crop of Tobacco
before offering It for sale.
Bring each load, as soon as ready,
And you will go home satisfied, for we
will make it bring you the TOP OF!
Belle of Maysville
Although forced to seek another field for
business, is still produced in Maysville. The
choice of Maysville people, and is for Mays
ville every time. Constantly increasing sales
show its Dooularitv. Have YOU tried it?
Get busy and send that order.
$3, $4 and $6 Per Gallon
Sold only by
0. H. P. Thomas Co.
1 10 East Ninth Street, Newport, Ky.
P.O. Box 215. Phone South 4573.
THIS IS THE DAY
OF DRY CLEANING
The way wo transform furs to seem
ing newness is a triumph. Our process
speakes for itself In the results it at
tains Don't discard costly furs. Let
us render them flawless for you. Our
prices are no obstacle, believe us.
MRS. CARRIE BREEZE
28 Ka( Serond Street. Phnne (94
DRINK IN THE WORLD
AT ALL GROCERY STORES,
CAFES AND STANDS
5S A BOTTLE.
For that Spring Cold use
For Colds in the head or r
For your Cot
For the Best
A. D. S. LIQL .
Any of these articles acll f
and can be bought at
Pecor Drug f
22 W. 8er
5 Passenger "Reo" Auto use
tie ran only forty-eigh
miles. Electric lights, sel
all modern up to date ec
We have for sale a farm o 49 a.
located on turnpike, has on fit 5-roo.
house, tobacco barn, corn crib, as-
usual outbuildings. Farm is all
grass, and is all limestone land. Oi
ers reason for selling is he wai
larfer farm. There Isn't a cheapU
.ii in in the county than this farm i
the price asked, $70.00 par acre.
This Sunday being not only e end
or year but the close of the fourth
year of this pastorate, there should be
u special effort made by all In the
Bible School and Church to be pres
ent. These services are not prolong
ed. The sermon will be in the nature
or a talk. A sort of a heart to ir-urt
talk. Let the families set in groups.
If all cannot eome let there be a rep
resentative who will report back the
message. Time of servioa lilbts
Hchool 9:30, Church follows with com
munion at 10:26.
Evening services begin at ssvsn, fol
lowing the Endeavor meeting. The
choir will have speetal music for these
services. The public Is cordially In
vited to attend Strangers In the city
A. P. sr mm. Pastor.
Third Mratt . K. Church.
Services tomorrow will be appro
prlate to the vloae of the year, and ac
cord with the aueclal reuiuat nf ihe
jTCOiramlsslonsrs "" t'nlnoatlou now In
esk.u In Baltimore. At 10:6 the
rastor her 8. K Hunt, yt prase oh
i ne i' orce ,,f 1 1
Sunday S. lwr at U m , I M
(end.ni Let every
school be prvasnl. If
to Sunday aYuool, touior-
guwd day u lMgin
row will lw
You save money on
rubber footwear with
the RID BALL
You save because you get more
comfort and more actual days
of wear and service than from
any other footwear you can buy.
Rubber boots, arctics, knit boots
"Ball-Band" quality is always
the highest. That is why
recommend it and sell it Get i
the kind with the Use BsIL Jfdi
THOS. L. EWAN & CO.
Farmers St Traders B:
it on aii n,i WWHWrV b4rVMk.T
HBP II J w uiyi-ii fl J iiiDuiLo
fiM ml W.B.Nuform Corsets W.B.Reduso Corsets
Bal& -K, " Style, CossJurt sad prist lit ' hips disappear , balky
M-llliiSJ' m fl fctfajCew,. Iwsrtafctksy r awk.
Maa . . 7, ' ward batt-Hass sassier and
M fMJgg I Umial Pries. $1.00 cmUit wit. tks fbe Uttag.
I.T .T TlTTIffRIMU ' H
No. 11 departs 6:36 a. m., da
No. 9 departs 1:00 p. in , dally
No. 19 departs 3:40 p. m. dally.
No. 10 arrives 9:60 a. m., dally
No. IS arrives 2:06 p. m. dally.
No. li arrives 8:30 p. m.. dally ex
No. 16 arrives 7:30 a. in., dally ex
No. 17 departs 7:60 a. m.,
cept Sunday. f
Schedule effective Sunday,
subject to change without notle.
H. & ELLIS, Agent
Chesapeake & Ohio
Soksssts sukjid u hhii
No. -9:86 a. m.
No. k- 9 48 a. as.
No. 1-1:46 p. SB,
No 1 6:U p. at.
No. 161:06 p. m.
No. 4-10 46 p. m
; WEST BOUND
I No. IS 6:16 a. B
No. 6-4:16 a. ssi
No. 17 a so a- as
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