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tSl DAILY PUBLIC LtDdtft, MONDAY, DKOllfBKR 4, 1016
Everything On Display For Christmas Gift Selling. Now Tell The Women. Gflo. H. Frank & Co Mayaville.'i Foremost Clothlon BLIP THE COUPON; IT'S EASY TO DO I edif. r-. lilirsntlr (Jlfl of tree Monty Startle MajSYllle ErerylwMly Pleased. ANNUAL MEETING Of the .MaysTllle and Mason County Rninrh of the American Bible 80 rletj Wm Held In the Hr-t Preshjterlan Chorch San day Kvenliig. The !Mth annual meeting of the Maysvllle and Mason County branch of the American Bible Society was neld in the First Presbyterian Church Sun day. December 3, 1916, 7 p. m., Presi dent W. W. Ball being In the chair. Services opened with a hymn fol lowed by scripture reading by Rev. J. H. Fielding, and a prayer by Rev. W. B. Campbell. The minutes of last meeting were read by secretary and approved. The Treasurer's report was then read which was as follows: Money on hand beginning of year $103.66 Received during the year by books sold 3.77 Received from collections 30.90 Total $138.33 Paid American Bible Society . . .$100.00 Cash on hand close of year 38.33 Total $138.33 Depository Value of books on hand begin- Ing of year $ 86.43 Value of books sold $ 3.77 Value of books donated 1-38 Value of books in depository at close of year 81.28 Total $ 86.43 The report from the different churches was then read. President Ball appointed the follow ing as a nominating committee, Messrs Helmer, Ross and Boulden to elect of ficers for-the ensuing year. After the offertory the committee then appeared, and upon their recom mendation the following officers were unanimously elected: President R. A. Cochran. Vice President All pastors affilliat Ing. Secretary C. B. Hollsteln. Treasurer J. Clayton Pecor. Executive Committee Episcopal Church N. S. Calhoun. First M. E. Church, South J. C. Bur well. Third Street M. E. Church W. I. Nnuman. Christian Church J. Ed Parker. Central Presbyterian Robert B Owens. First Presbyterian Church James Chlldfl. Second Street If. E. Church. South James Dawson. Sedden Chapel George W. Harding. After the close of the business meet ing Rev. H. Kerr Taylor preached the sermon from 2nd Peter, 1st chapter and nineteenth verse. Subject, "The Wonders of the Word Which Dealt With the Origin, Preservation, Vntver sality and Power of the Word." His subject was masterfully handled and pronounced as a treat bv all who heard bjin. Services concluded with the bene diction pronounced by Mr. Taylor. C. B. MOLLSTEIN, Secretary "llll HEART OK THE HILLS "It Is going to revolutionise the motion picture business." "It Is the greatest gift ever present ed to the people of Maysvllle," "It Is fascinating fun." 'Sure, It's the goods,' gimme them co-o-pons. My favorite's on tonight." These arc somo of the comments classical and otherwise, that are be ing heard on the Ledger's great cou pon offer. Just a little coupon that's all. Its really the simplest, most generous, most perfectly delightful scheme you over saw. There Isn't any amusement that can beat the movies and there couldn't be any easier way of getting in to see them rrce than by cutting out the Ledger's coupons. The free coupons the Ledger is fur nishing Its readers, which arc good for the movies, merchandise, premiums of cash are an out-an-out gift. It is not a catch penny scheme, mere are no strings attached, nothing expect ed In return. The ledger wants the good will and appreciation of her friends, nothing more. There is no money for you to pay the coupons are the money. In each Issue of the Ledger there appears a coupon that Is Just the same as money. All anyone needs to do is to clip that coupon and collect a few until he has enough to go to the mov ioo FREE When you have enough coupons clipped to make It worth while and you very soon will have bring them to the Ledger's office or present them to any merchant who Is progressive enough to give and redeem MUTUAL MOV 1 K STAMPS and exchange tin ccupons for the stamps. When M Mutual Movie Stamps are pasted on a card provided for that purpose yon are ready to go to a five cent show Now you will be able to get lots ol stamps from merchants in Maysvllle Those merchants who give and re Jeem "MUTUAL MOVIE STAMPS' nive you the stamps In appreciation for your continued patronage and the lso give you SERVICE "Not how lit tle but how much for your Money.' We can, therefore, recommend to yon the merchants who handle "MUTUAI MOVIR STAMPS" who besides glvin you the above give you the best mer chandise for the least money, con sistent with good business methods. Now you ran secure a large quantity if stamps from these merchants If you ask for them with every pur chase and they can be added to the collection of coupons cut from th" Ledger. Don't forget that If you do not want t.) go to the movies you may open saving account with them at the STATE NATIONAL RANK or you enn exchange them for handsome and val uable premiums. The whole system has been organ ized for your special benefit and the Ledger WANTS you to take advant age of It, because It Is to your own benefit. Clip the coupon today and ask your merchants for "MUTUAL MOVIE STAMPS" with every purchase. HAD FINK THANKfWrflNfl Word has been received from Mr. James Brown, formerly a valued em ployee of the Ledger, that he Is now stationed at Fort Bam Houston, Texas Jimmy says that he hnd a dnndv Thanksgiving Day and Is still as an lous to light for Uncle Sam. Ha sends us the following clipping from one of the newspapers In that section of the country: Helena, Mont . Nov 14 The Hey erend Francis Von Clafenbeck, of Tillamook, Ore., has sent his natural ization papers and a letter resigning his cltlienshlp to the district court ehrk here. The latter In part says that "to see a man returned to power alter an administration and ollcy surh as we have seen during the past four years, is too much for me." ATTENTION SIR IINIH Yon aure requested to meet at Castle Hall this evening at 7 o'clock. Busl ness of Importance. J. A. HILL, S. K. C. C. W. T. Martin, S. K. It The flrit nhow at the Washington will HfArl in 7 n'elnek mulch! in order to give the natrons a chance to see the nlelnre nnd fn eel in the Hieh School In time to not miss any of the lecture of Oeorge E. Colby, cartoonist. William Nelson, a respected colored citizen of the Wedonla precinct, died Friday evening, aged 82. The First District P. T. A. will have a sale of home-made candles at the High School tonight. VERY IMPRESSIVE Were the Memorial Services of the MajsWIle Lodge It. I'. O. E. Held Yesterday Afternoon In the Washington Opera House. j .j. j .j. ! j .j. THE PUBLIC 1-1.14-1 It OAILY MUTUAL MOVIE STAMP COUPON One of these coupons good for one Mutual Movie Stamp when presented at the Ledger office or at any merchants who give and redeem Mutual Movie Stamps. 0IM APPOINTMENT Mr. Addison Dimmltt of Louisville. formerly of thiB city, has been appoint !cd as a member of the State Board of Pharmacy by Gov. Stanley. Dr. Dim mltt was a former resident of this city, having been born and raised here. Mabel Trunnelle and Conway Pearle Mr. and Mrs. George Welsh, who are featured In a special Edison five have hern the guests of Mr. and Mrs. reel feature entitled, "The Heart of the W, D Cochran during the Thanksgiv- Hills," at the Pastime today. Don't ing season, have returned to their miss this one. home in Danville. D A CTIlVyf 17 TUESDAY, DEC. 4th, AO 1 llVllli Matinee and Night Engagement Ext r aord i nar y Chicago's Greatest Sensation THE UNBORN The Mist Startling Film Ever Passed by the Ohio Board of Censorship Featuring GERTRUDE BONDHILL and IULIA HURLEY An amazing sermon of the moBt delicate subject and greatest evil of the day. "THE SIN OK HIKTH CONTROL." It depicts the reckless missteps and sorrowful consequences. There Is a moral revelation In every scene of this tremendous motion picture master stroke. Pre medltatad destruction of children la doing more to depopulate this earth than the European war, thereby breaking God's greatest law, "Thou Shall Not Kill." "The Unborn" Is a delicate subject which treats on this social problem of the universe. BARE FACTS LAID BARE Every mother, every mother's son and every mother's daughter will alt enraptured by this triumph of photo-play art. Some critics claim this to be superior to the master picture. "Where Are My Children!" Children Under 16 Years Not Admitted Rarely it falls to one's part to be able to witness such an Impressive ser vice as that of the annual memorial service conducted by the Maysvllle Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks in the Washington Opera House yesterday afternoon. Promptly at 2 o'clock the services be gan, the members of the lodge tiling i i and taking their seats in a space held for them. A large crowd of visi tors were present, both on the first floor and In the balcony. The service opened with a prayer irom Rev. H. Kerr Taylor, pastor of iht Central Presbyterian Church. The quartet, composed of Misses Ednn Hrockhoff, soprano, and Elizabeth Langbrake, alto, and Messrs. Russell Dunham, tenor, and George Scgers, bass, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Church at the piano, sang a very beau tiful anthem. The officers of the lodge then held the opening oeremonies ol the Memorial Service. The roll call of the names of those members who have crossed the Great Divide was held. A tenor solo, "1 Heard the Voice of .1. mis Say," by .Mr. Dunham and a con tralto solo by .Miss Langbrake was in tcrpersed with the ceremonies. Hon. Richard Crane of Cincinnati, delivered the eulogy for the absent members. Mr. Crane held his audience ! .spellbound under his masterful Hon I ol' OTStory and his message, while a eulogy, brought a word of cheer to the ! living. Ho said: "Tho word farewell is written on the I threshhold of life and soon all must part to meet no more. Today the (lowers hud forth; tomorrow comes a killing frost. We should race the truth of death as oue of the greatest factB lu life. The very march of the calendar months is a funeral service. When one visits the cemetery, every monu ment and pillar of stone says, 'Dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt re turn.' "Away with the philosophy that teaches when the spark of life Is ex tinct, there comes an eternal sleep. Give me the faith of the bright king dom beyond the grave. "Faith teaches us that life is real, is earnest, that the grave is not its goal. Let Ulcu s, whom you honor, be a sleep of peacefulness. The bodies of the Just slumber, while the angels keep the bivouac. Hope is the virtue mat binds the souls of men to God. "Words, the language of thought, and music, the language of emotion, combine to produce the language of the heart. Let our prayerful trust be that the souls longing of the departed be satisfied with the delights 'of Paradise. "The problems of today confront us because of the serpent of selfflsbness abroad in the world. But brotherly love, such as Is found in this order, is the opposite of selfishness. The prob lems of our day will never be solved aright until the ideals of your order reaches into the hearts of men every where. When the BeedB of self have been eradicated the millenlum will be close at hand. "The ideals of this order are in har mony with the traditions of the Ameri can Republic. We can expect good government from good men. Loyalty to the American institutions ignores creed, class and region. Let us hope that the Star Spanglod Banner will ever float proudly over this country and may It always be respected by ev ery nation under the skies as It Is today." The closing cxercieBes were con ducted by the officers of the lodge The closing prayer was made by the chaplain. A great deal of the praise for the success of the service la due to the memorial committee of the order, com posed of Messrs. Thomas W. Brecn, Harry Daly, W. C, WaUrlnj and Dr. J. A. Hudson The services passed without a flaw and were certainly very beauti ful. OUR COLORED CITIZENS Regular monthly meetlug of Pride of Mason Lodge No. 7y. K of P. tonight at 7:30 o'clock. The election of officers will be held. All members are re quested to attend. THOMAS R1GGS. C. 0. W. C. Pulton K. of R. 8. RIVKH NBWS The Courier will pass down for Cla- clnnatl. The gusge marks IIJ this mornlnR and rising. ran The Chllo will pass up tonight for Manchester, returning tomorrow. About the last of the coal fleet has passed down the river. The high wat er of tho past few days has made It possible for them lo navigate easily and their ability to move will relieve the coal situation along the Ohio. MUSVILI.K PROOITK MAHkr T Following are this morning's quota tions on country produce telephoned at I o'clock by the E. Is Manchester Pro duce Company: Eggs (loss off) 35c Butter 24c Hens 9c Springers 11c Roosters 6c Ducks 10c CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All Items under this head V4 cent a word. Minimum Charge 10 cents. FOR RENT FOR RANT- -FI'HNISHED ROOM - For tVo gentlemen or man and wife llnth In connection. Apply to Mrs. J, P. NaBh, 333 East Second street, or phone 481. FOR RENT Two rooms In Cox row formerly occupied by Dr. Smoot as an office. FOR RENT Two rooms In the Parker Apartment In West Third street, for merly occupied by W. H. Cox. FOR RENT Four-room brick house; water and light. Apply at 405 East Front street. FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for man and wife. Phone 630. FOR SALE FOR SALE Moore's Air Tight Coal Heater. In good condition. Mrs. J. D. Muse, 36 E. Third street. FOR SALE Three Wall Red Duroc registered pigs from one of the fines; herds in the 1'nlted States, $12.50 Nek, First come, first choice. Poln ARN BROS. HUM K K NT COCOA BOTH KOK DRINKING AND RAKING Pt'RPORKN THIS COCOA POKK8 PACKER IN 1 (HART I It I II JARS AND THF PMKI 18 ONLY l PI It POI ND. Maysvllle Tea, Coffee and Spice C o. PHONE 656. WHERE QUALITY RULES" Wallace Residence For Sale This beautiful residence has eight rooms with all modern conveniences (out of water district) new house On large 60 foot lot. Price right. Bradner Residence For Sale This splendid residence has seven rooms with all modern conveniences. Two large lots (out of the water.) The price is right. Sherman Arn Phone 663. 0'Keefe Bulding "Will Sell the Earth" Christmas Draws Near! En n't Delay! For useful, appreciated, desirable gifts buy Hoosiery, Half Hose, Dress Goods, Towels, (lloves, Silks, Napkins, Collar, Wash (Joods, Med Spreads, Windosnr Ties, Table Linens, niankets, Purses, Handkerchiefs, Meads. Novelties, etc. Our stock is great nnd most o'f it purchased before the great, advance in prices, so you will save on your purchases. The greatest bargains in Handkerchiefs in this part of the country. Specials at, 5c, l()c, lfie and They are worth more at wholesale today. Many nllnielively put up in boxes for gifts. Dress Goods in lengths for Skirts, and Dresses ehejip. Silks in lengths for Waists and Dresses cheap. Robert L. Hoiflich 211 and 213 Market Btrtfit PASTIME TODAY Mabel Trunelle and Conway Tsarle in "The Heart of the Hills" A Wonderful Edison Production in Five Parts nl-tf I barrel, Price o30tf au View Farm. FOR SALIC 16 gauge, double hummerlesB Parkor shotgun. j:i5. Applyat this office. WANTED WANTED OLD FALSE TEETH Don't matter if broken. I pay $1 to 6 per set. Mall to L. MAZER 2007 S. Fifth ) Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Will send cash by return mail. l-6t i NOTICE Tho First National Bank, located at Maysvllle, Mason County, In the State of Kentucky, Is closing its affairs. AU note holders, and other creditors of the Bank are, therefore, hereby noti fied to present the notes and other claims for payment. Hated November 1. 1916. THOS. A. KEITH, President. NOTICE The Staadard Bank, of Maysvllle, Ky., is closing Its affairs. AU note holders and other creditors of the Bank are, therefore, hereby notified to present the notes and other claims for payment Dated Novesiber 1, 1916. J. N. KEHOE. President HELP WANTED WANTKI Three bottling girls at the II. E. Pogue Distillery Co. n28-5t PERSONAL Madam Ireae will be at Covert's board-1 ing house on Second and Main streets at Aberdeen. Ohio, until De cember 4th. l-3t LOST LOST A small gold chain Thanksgiv ing algal Return to Lucie Smith and receive reward. 4-3t WHO PAYS Till: FIDDLKK You do, if you fare etlai an alum bak ing pi; wrier. Better be M the safe side and order "Chenoweth's" for a trial. We'll guar antee you will like It and you'll have the satisfaction or knowing that it Is free from ulu.n uiul pure. 35c pound, 20c half pound. CHENOWETH RRFIQ CO. The Kexall Store. Day Fhoue KJfc Night Phone sf sf sf sf 191 7sf sf sf sf Christmas Club Will Be Opened Monday, December 1 1 BANK OF MAYSVILLE KEPOBT OF THE CONDITION M THE First-Standard Sank aid Trast Sompany OF MAYSVILLE, KENTTCKT. At the close of business, November 9, 1916. ASSETS: Loans and discounts $1,077,368.11 Bonds 60,137.50 'ash on hands and In other banks 104,089.77 Checks and orh-ar cash Items 8,889.94 Overdrafts 17,067.27 Real estate 71,700.00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 168,000.00 Surplus and Undivided profits 99,633.48 Deposits 938,900.69 Due other banks 26,718.42 Dills payable 96,000.00 Total $1,329,252,591 Total . $1,329,252.69 LARGEST BANK IN NORTHEASTERN KENTUCKY. YOUR ACCOUNT IS SOLICITED. J. N. KEHOE, President; J. B. DURRETT, Cashier; .IAS. E. THRELKELD, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS. E. C. Slack. W. H. Mackoy. S. P. Browning. J. C. Rogers. Scott Fletcher J. B. Durrett. .1. N. Kehoe. S. F. Reed. J. H. Clark. E. O. Downing. L. O. Maltby. P. P. Parker. LcWrlght Browning. E. L. Worthlngton. T. A. Keith. 3 PEB CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SWINGS ACCOUNTS. IMMIMHI i Magazine Sub- A senpuons Now is the time to place your renewal for next year get a cat alogue from us. DE NUZIE MAYSVILLE S POPULAR BOOK STORE. 229 MARKET ST. atttssfswssMta! TIME Keep your eye on this space as suggestions that will be very important to you will be forthcoming. We sell Overcoata, Suits, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes ev erything pertaining to men's and boys' wear. Drop in without further announcement. SQUIRES-BRADY CO. The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Billy Burke in Last Episode of "Gloria's Romance" Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne in a Metro Feature, "Pennington's Choice "