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THK DAILY PUBLIC iBB-tiER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1010.
Jfe' EVERY SUIT IN OUR HOUSE IS . NEW -ol latest style fill, mid vc gunv- nnteo them to bo good, or your money back. The special prices we lire now making will be with drawn in a few iluys, so if you care take nd vantage of this oppor " to buy of us, why kindly do so ns soon ns you can. GEO. H. FRANK & GO. Maysvillo's Foremost Olothiors thi: iTiiiiir iinu.uiY VILLK. OF MAYS. The following letter will bo of more p thnn usual Interest, ns Mr. George w. W Hayes, who makca the bequest, mar ried Miss Helen Harklcy, tho sister of Messrs. Harry nnl Prank nnrklcy of tlilir city. ' It watt lita custom nach Christmas to give to the Mnynvllln Library a collection of bookH for each of his children. The gift Is appreciated for Its spirit and remcmhrnnco of Mrs Hayes' homo city. Tho letter follows: Now York, February 1, 1016. Tho Public Library of Mnysvlllo, Maysvllle, Ky. Dear Sirs: I enclose herewith n notice that the last will and testament of George Washburn Hayes, deceased, has been offered for probate In tho surrogate's ofllce in King's county, New York. As you aro doubtless aware, tho will con tains n provision reading as follows: "Third: I direct my executors and trustees hereinafter named, to set aside tho sum of one thousand dol lars (f 1,000) and out of the income thereof to pay over at Christmas in each year, as a Christmas present the sum of five dollars ($5) to each of tho following persons or corporations, namoly: my wife, Helen Barkley Hayes, and to Lucia Hayes Denby, Jesslo M. Merrill, Frank Dale Wnrrcn, tho Public Library of Maysvllle, Ky., and to each of my trustees hereinafter named, Ihe said trust to continue no longer than the life of my wife, and in any event, not longer than live years after my death." On account of your interest under tho will, we arc required by the law to send you this notice that it has been offered for probate. My own con nectlon with tho matter la as attorney for tho executor. Very truly yours. PUEDKniCK T. CASK. .J. .J. J J J .J J .J. J J J -l J j. : J. St'MlAY SCHOOL I.KHSOX FOR FKMtt'AKY fl. J. "THK HOLDNESS OF PBTBtl ! .J. AND JOHN." I Acts 4. ! Itty Her. A. V. Slnhl.) CKI.KIIKATL'K EltlHTY. FIFTH ItlKTHItAY. Col. O. D. Burgoyne, who is a na tive of Mason county, and a highly re spected citizen, celebrated his olghty-flfth birthlay at the homo of his son, Mr. Ttobert Hurgoyne, In tliti county. . A suniptous dinner was set for the occasion, with all of his living rela tives seated around the tablo. A happy time was had by all Mho ten- dored Mr. Durgoyno congratulations upon his having passed tho three-score and ten allotment of life. Mr. Frank Burgoyne of this city, Is his son, and attended tho dinner, ac companied by his wife and son, Mr Ashby, The Ledger tenders congratulations to tho Colonel and expresses the hope ho may be with us for many ycads to come. Ill HTJI OA V KXTKItTA IX3IKXT. Miss Bdith Snapp entertained with a dellghtrul birthday party at the homo of her parents Friday evening. The hours wero whilcd away with games and music, being followed by de licious refreshments being served. More than sixty guests wero present who departed at a lato hour for their homes, declaring Miss Edith a moat charming hostess mid wishing her moro happy birthdays, kdksi:. Born to Air. and Mrs. Wallace Itceso at Hayswdod Hospital Friday, a five pound boy. .Mother and son aro do ing excellently. Mrs. Itceso was for merly Miss .Mario Hanselmann, who for six years wan supervisor of music In the public schools of this city. Miss Hussell Ilramel has been quite 111 with toiiHllltls at her home on For est avenue. TRADE WINNER POPULAR BRAND COFFEE iSc PER FOUND This Is Not a Cut Price, But One of Our Regular Brands SPECIAL NUTMEGS 12 FDR 5c Maysvife Tea awl Ciffc Ci. Wholesale and Retail 110 Sutton Street. flips M. The Lesson Story. Whllo Peter was preaching ns given In the lesson of last week, tho rulers of tho Jewish church hnd him and John arrested, doubtless for disturbing tho regular order of tho temple serv ice. The Saddncccs nlso nhled in tak ing tlioso men because they preached through Jesus tho resurrection from tho dead. On the morrow rhen P:tcr and John wero brought out for trial before the Jewish court they wero nsk cd to glvo a reason of this conduct nnd also to tell how they performed this miracle on this lame man who stood In their midst cured. Then 1'ete.r uudor tho Influence of tho Holy Spirit, spoke ns plain ns he had done on tho two other recorded occasions, and laid at the door of the organized Jewish body tho death of Jesus, tho acknowledge Hon of Uod. This plain speaking startled these accusers. They wore puzzled as to what to do with theso men, for they could not deny the fact of tho miracle nor disprove the truth of tho Apostles' statements about Jesus being tho Christ. They thoreforo decided to threaten them not to spenk in the name of Jesus again, The Lesson Discussed. Courage. It did take a great deal of moral courage for theso men to face the leaders of tho Jews and glvo the same message thoy had given to the people of Jerusalem on Pentecost and on Solomon's porch. But they, as all other Christians, wero under or ders from tho HIscii Christ to preach the whole Gospel to every creature. That truth then Is true now, that Jesus That truth then Istrue now that Jesus Is Christ, the King. It is our busi ness to tell this truth to every man at home and abroad. Rendering An Account These men wore nsked "concerning a good deed." They had healed the man nnd must now answer for it. If wo are Chris tians today were only asked about our gooil deeds by the outside world it might bo better for the church and the world. The tronblo Is wo have too few startling good deeds nnd too many deeds that aro no good that we fall to do the mighty work we, before heaven. ought to do. Wo too, will have to give an account of ourselves. Not only the enrthly critic, but tho Great Judge of the universe will ask us to explain "In the Namo of Jesus." As stated last week, we again say there Is no power In any other name as there is In tho name of Jesus. "There Is no other namo given under heaven among men whereby wo can bo saved." Let fathers emphasize, this by word and conduct to their children, and let each admonish tho other. For it is a fear ful thing to fall into the hands of the Living God unless we come through the merit of His Son, Jesus. Joy In Persecution. There are few people who aro glad to say they are having a hard time being a Chris tian. There aro few who are glad there are so many demands made on their timo and on their means. But these Apostles when they were permit' ted to leave their accusers even after being beaten, left "rojoiclng that they were counted worthy to suffer dlshon or for His Name." The greater the suf ferine the greater the rownrd, may be true. But theso men wore not think ing of their own reward, but of the ex altlng of Jesus tho Prince of I.lfo be fore the world, oven at tho cost of their own discomfort. KIXDF.UGAItTKX KLTFITIOX. MODHRX WOMAN HIH'INirATKS DUTY TO SOnilTY. Parents and a fow fr!endn invlfcd by tho children, composed an interest ert and appreciative audience at the regular session of Miss Anna Belle Lowis" kindergarten Thursday morn ing. After cordlnliy welcoming their guests and proving themselves most courteous little hosts and hostesses uudor Miss Lowis' leadership, tho school formed In usual class order and ontered upon the day's work as naturally as If no visitors wero pros cnt. A song of greeting to tho teacher. their morning prayer and snlute to the Hag Introduced the morning's program, A number of songs nnd games were tendered which though quite slmplo In themselves nnd pleasing to tho little tots, woro characterized In each In stance by some sneclal educativ" thought or action. "Mother Cat," a gamo designed to cultivate the hearing, very aptly illus trated how simple play Is adapted to sense training by the kindergarten method. "Tho Snail Dance," Involv Ing rather Intricate march formation for so young a group, called forth especial applause. Aftor songs nnd games were, done they found their places about the table for constructive work, papor cutting, folding and building and the mathe matical problems of Troliel's third gift In tho story hour, omitted from Thursday's program, tho little kinder gartnors tnko ninny llrst steps In his tory, literature, geography nnd nature study. MIbs Lewis has proven her splendid daptublllty to lior espeeiu) lino m work and her klndorgnrton so recent ly Inaugurated, fully morlU tho suc cess ,-tid approbation is Is recolvlug Boston, Mass. Boston women are resenting tho suggestion of n prom inent Bostoninn that modern' woman repudiates her duty to society nnd that her altltudo will destroy that samo so ciety Brooks Adams, grandson of John Qulncy Adams, is the man who has stirred up tho argument. He wrote In the Ynlo llevlew that women ought to sacrifice themselves for the good of tho wholo In the spirit of the soldier on tbti field of battle. Ho be lieves that mo surplus women In Mas sachusetts should either stand on their own feet economically or starve. He look particular objection to Miss Jane Addams' feminism, which demands n minimum wage scalo for all women workers. The vlows of Adams havo brought vigorous arguments from tho women, nnd ho Is tho center of a, tor nado of disapproval. Meeting of .Too llotser Post No. IS tonight. Whisky Specials Express Charges Nat Included BOTTLED IN BOND 4 Qts. 12 Qts. "Old Time" Bourbon, full quarts $3.50 $10.00 Limestone, full quarts 3.50 10.00 Old Taylor, full quarts 4.00 11.50 We have the same stock of Old Whiskies from the wood as we had at Maysvillc, Ky. Send your order to us. We will send you good goods. Orders Shipped Same Day As Received 0. H. P. Thomas & Co. 110 East Ninth Street, Newport, Ky. P. 0. Box 215. iChenowetifs Liquid: GOOD PIE TIMBER 2 pounds Mpplnroil's Mlnco Moat. 2.1c Logan llcrrlcs, considered the lint pie timber, something now.. 2.1c Cultivated Black Berries In hoary syrup, 2 cans 25c Gooso Berries, extra fancy, :i cans. 25c Bod Cherries pitted, 1 can l'.c Illuibarli In syrup, 1 can 15c Buckwheat nnd Mnplo Syrup. Try a quart. Genuine Iflc Wo nlso have on hand a good supply of ClJKIiY r,KTTI'('i:, . KALE, I!i:li:by, OHANOKS, (111 APE Fit U IT. Phono your orders. Wo will de liver. J. C. CABLISH & BRO. QUALITY GROCERS Tho Kcntucklan Is tho nnmo of the new pnper which lias been started In Covington, nnd is under tho manage ment of Judge J. D. Wyatt, formerly county Judge of Fleming county nnd founder of tho Hwlng Inquirer. Tho Woman's Oulld will meet Tues day afternoon nt .'! o'clock with -Mrs. John L. Whltaker. All members aro urged to bo present. Mr. It. A. Cnrr, Jr., and Mr. Dudley Qunlntancc have returned from a busi ness trip to Huntington, W. Va. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Alt ilimt nrultr thit Unlit 4 ctnl n trma For Jae. FOR SAI.I3 Saddle and bridle. phone 10. Call J4-IU FOR SALE $25 suits for $12.( and S20 suits for $10. Not many; they are selling fast. Hunt's. FOR SALE-Best Quality all wool coats. $!!. Skillfully tailored all wool hlnok suitH with coat linings of heavy Skinner's satin, $5. Hunt's. IIHMIHIII Specials for Saturday At Mich's 24c buys Torchon Laces: worth 5c. m 5c buys Apron Gingham that costs today 6c at m mills. Limited sale. H m Remnants of many kinds cheap. i 10c Embroidery sale rare bargains. Look for the new goods next week. s R0BRT l. hOEFlICH 5 211 and 213 Marke' Street PHIIHIMSBHHHaBBIBHHHHIII ( Your Eyes Are Your Greatest Possession next to 1Kb itself, so why continue to neglect them? Yru not only do your eyes an injus tice, but your neglect of your eyes may be causing souc reflex trouble, such as headache, etc., which more than likely can be corrected by the prcpsrly adjusted passes. It is stated by an eminent physician that 93 per cent of tha headaches, especially pains above the eyes, are caused by eye strain. We will examine ycur eyes and advise you if you can be helped by glasses. BROKEN LENSES DUPLICATED. DR. KAHN, of Cincinnati, Every Monday. DR. GEORGE DEVI ' E, O. D., Every Day Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe Building, Market Street, Over De Nuzie. Meat Smoker 50 Gents Per Quart Easy to Apply Efficient and Economical CHENOWETH DRUG CO., iKt'onroit 1TI1II 1 he J222 otore. xhuit i'iiom: :t:tr,. Air, I-Yaiee HIcKeri of Dover, WBi In thin city Friday attending tho tobacco ;. Mr. and Mrs. Bargain Hunter The beautiful five-room residence of Mr. lames S. Dawson on Houston avenue, Sixth Ward, is In our hands for sale. Better be quick if you want this bargain- SHERMAN ARN & BRO., Insurance and Real Estate FOIl SAI.K .Miller coal rnngo with thirty-gallon copper tank attached; nlso gas and coal heaters. Apply Kentucky Hotel. J20-tf FOR SAI.K Silk-and-vclvct dresses regular price $ir,. Tho $17.50 dreHses for $8."., only a fow. All new models. Hunt's. KOIt SALE Dress skirls for $Hi made of high grade all wool $1 a yard materials, but not this season's models, limit's. FOR SALE Household furniture at :m West Third street, upstairs. .I17-tt effect THE UNIVERSAL CAR Jlore than a inilion Fords aro now in every day use, everywhere. Here are some rea sons for this reinnrkable record quality service reliability low price economy of operation and maintenance and the eharaeter and responsibility of the Com pany tho Ford is certainly tho only Uni versal cur. lluniibout sf.'i90; Touring Car $140; Coupelet $.'!): Town Car 040; Se dan $740, I". o. b. Detroit. On sale at tho Central (luingtf, 112. 114, llli .Market St. FOR SAI.K Children's coats ?2, $3 and $4 that wero originally $4, $6 and $8. Groat bargains. Hunt's. FOR SAI.K At public auction, house hold and kitchen furnituro on Feb ruary 5 nt Harvey llawloj's on Main street, at 2 o'clock. fi'-4t FOR SALE Illack or navy all wool dress skirts $L'.!8. N'ew spring mod els. Hunt's! for Rent. FOR UKXT Furnished rooms with all conveniences for light house keeping. Apply to F. M. M I'. O Itox Xo. 2S'I. f4-:'.t FOIl HEXT House of eight roonifi water aud gas, on Fifth street. Ap ply to .Miss Anna Wallace, Restau rant Itoyal, Market street. D21tf 4osf. LOST A brown muff on Commerce Btreet botwecn Forest nvcnuo and railroad, between hours of 5 and C. Iteturn to Mrs. Stallcup of Forest avenue. r:'-3t LOST A lavallero with ono diamond and four pearls, between Plum and Sutton streets. Ucwnrd If returned to this office. JSiMf YOUR DAUGHTER WANTS THOSE BIOOKS I Oil Till: SCHOOL-.I'Olt THE IIOMi: HAO AZIMIS AMI l'KlHOIUCAT.S FOIl ItltAIV l'OOI) Oil ltKI.ATIO. IDIED "TXT TTZT "FT. mAmemesf' i 1 i B vMam 3 im Cinl nl n i Maysville's Popular Book Store. Maysville, Ky. tfSsJob Printing Public Ledger Printery Nuf Cede:5 m m GOOD T0BAC -. .1 . i- nt i i i.. . UOIMI HMIJHM'O, VMM I Mill (I (Ml, IS 1)1 111- g ood prices. Now in what heller fin in" ioon prices way can yu invc-t mimic of tho-e y;iod prices Ihnn (o he'iiihly mr home with sonic jrood Km nil tire? 1 have ihc I sir a:- j est and Ich line 'l'ood, scrviccahh i Furniture in the city. Ureal, hit, pkmhv Rockers from S2 to SL0. Dh-smm's Uhilloiiicrs, Wood, Iron and Brass Beds in propor- tion. In fact, anvtliin in tin Home J Line from the kitchen. to the garret. ft You Can Get the Best for the Least Money Here J S BRISBOIS. The Furniture Man 42 West Second Street. Satisfaction Guaranteed, f Gr JzLi 3 "J,.1 C3 XD -iL. "3cT" I THE PITFALL'1 A Memitiful lCuleni Society Drnniii "With nit All-Star Cast, in Four Acts. Billie Rebaes in "His TSTifs's New Lid' GnraEdy MONDAY FOX DAY. SEE THEDA BAR A IN "SIN." WEDNESDAY V. L. S. E. DAY. SEE ANITA STEWART AND EARLE WILLIAMS IN A FIVE-ACT DRAMA, "MY LADY'S SLIPPER." The PASTIME T. NEAL HUBBARD, Musical Director Special Three-Reel Feature Nell of the Dance Hall" Tom Mix in 'THE RANCH AND Molality- EMILY STEVENS - . .. THE COWBOY" ,,, Mrs .'iM.('K (),.,. iVotliietion FABLES OF A STATESMAN" "CORA" (5eorj,'o Ado Comedy li s a "Metro" mini m MR, and MRS. SIDNEY DREW in "THE DECEIVERS," Vitagraph Comedy "THE LAUREL OF TEARS," Biograph Drama in Three Parts 1 Matinee at 2 P. M. Admission 5c and 10c. Coming Tuesday "THE CHEAT." rrnr tv iminni rmwrm myr- . "..griTgrPTfg"HBr,iiri nrr-iiti-ai-iiwn llllMmMiWBMlMiMiniiMaililllilM t. 4