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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 November 1914

PBfT' J -k -'-'. V"'' '4-XTHEv" PUBLIC LEDGER- VW iBf ' 3 W rssiV y ; & c rt.m i n'jvn i dfir tp . !' tm tup nun TiiDvciarnKrnLrvS' uk i non i-r m. ru" s i icn r "- iw ''' mmBvu na h Mr -m m at a .a m mraimnr in fa m m S;.- I MM ilKlft El IHtREIH I U fflf H A V K'- jT XT fc ltoJMiBfMM!Ilr n Villi "w s Kit. sJ4 m j CE.Vn'IlY ago, the cdebratlon of Thanks giving day was con fined to New England. Even had It been the national holiday It Is today, tho struggling oung republic of the United Shates In the trCvG year of grace 1811 would have feasted on turkey and trimmings without en thusiastic thanks, for the nation was In tho gloomy midst of the second war with Great Britain and It had mighty little to bo thankful for. The capital had been captured by tho Invaders and the public buildings at Washing ton had been put to tho torch. While the little American navy had won wonderful victories against great odds and written a chapter In history that makes our blood thrill with admira tion,...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 November 1914

m 8- vy t f i i 'i ' i mi i in .' iLii LT j j H i i i I ' ' 1 ; rrr iE PUBLIC LEDEFv . J -J.. . A i Kt t a n .uiiLT Koirt sumdat, rountn or jhi.t, tii.""" amd onninxl. fr 'CPRKXn; Eflitoraffd'pffoirswfer; Mn If! I Ori0-POtlO lltDOSBULDlSO, NO. Hilt I MATaTlM,1l.KY, r? TtA'ii'-'t" i land hoax suce Telephone (ered at the Mnvivllle, Ky., roitomcc a sctond-claM tuall matter. SVn80ltll,,JlUM)-UY Jf3.lL. Onv YmrtiHHtHttt jmWiMtriv' Threo Jlutillia..... OJCLIVXJISD BY OAXlilSB, Per Houlh..... ......Utt Tayabltto Colltetorattnd of llontli. ...a no mi 75 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH INjiDVANCE. A REAL THANKSGIVING! rpiimtl (lrA fi nrnmfliinrr within vnn flint Imlfc you remember Him. Jn this day of vainly, dis trust and despair belief in God, is a real blessing. Pause for one day in tlie eager rush for wealth nnd pleasure. On this Thanksgiving Day remember . the Giver of all good. "Wait not for the approach of the midnight darkness of your life before you . turn to Ilim. Praise linn with a grateful...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 November 1914

. 1 1 1 1 1 i ii i ii i ,i).i ivu'i iffi.fc .TSSiSSUiA' jpdjLjjiUJpRJJA A.' .. ag !J'J!LilJLS!ri!-J.'.M I ',, ' 1 1' m, " ' ' jU ' SSSiS WWl I i II Jin I i I III ncTZZES 111 ' i-f jj 1, BATTLED IN BOND WHISKI BEST TMLj&JD.i ODNT E1R.TKC good, none better anywhere. The PJace. The Price. The Quality. The Time. MI. O- RUSSELL, OC1 i r ' JH SUM HI .fl. i H-H l H H !HB H Hk H H Hk Ph 'HH H H dBHfc B H H rH ri H H H Jr MmT H B H H i H. L ' -H . mm uwUwm uwUwm B H l k. BHBI jI RH "H bd H B"I-I MP ! HHi HHI HP r 1 r Ml B' l r fcQ a Case or 75c full Quart. Som; of the brands are Limestone, Old Time, Old' PS' ijnfci, Old Barnes, Old Scenter, 'Old Cloverdale, OJd Grimes, Wedding B'd Harmony Club, Mt. Herndon, Club Cafe, Seven Bells, Hecht's Special Thev ai VlL B" & h.' . TV fift . src. ?- w While the penitentiary yawns for tlio man who stonls a horse, no adequate punishment fccms to have been provid ed for the fellow who gets another guy's goat. TOBACCO ".Kentucky's Final Crop Report B...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 November 1914

.V r,i . 5 W tlSJ WITH THANKSGIVING AND JOY For when we gladly eat our dally bread, we bless The Hand that feeds us; And when we walk along life's way In cheerfulness, Our very heart-beats praise the Lord that leads us. Henry Van Dyke, D. D. THE ROYAL GORGE Mrs. Twitter's Little Dissertation on Mother's Joy in Preparing the Great Dinner. She Didn't Seem to Take a Very En thusiastic View of the Matter, But There Was a Reason for Her Well-Expressed "Grouch." YEE, ma'am," said Mrs. Dump weather, "the mince pie Is loaded, und the deadly conflict between peace and comfort on one side and pain and pepsin on the other Is about to be performed. The coming Thursday will witness our great epicurean festival, which might be technically termed the Rojal Gorge." "I'm not 'specially keen to listening to any sentimental ravings about the day," said Mrs. Twitter, with her usual suspicious and refrigerated tono of voice. "It'B put In the calendar to pester us, that's all. Autumn brings us every Kind...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 November 1914

j . i- j .r v - S "4iCT- j ",1 fa a) i -m tf - ' . i .-, p v ip ' j " :, v-Bmyilini. - "4 jjl'"' wtiiiiMwwmtuwMuwiii 'wwm wwnWM iimIIIiikii'i i" iiiniiiummiiinmiiiwii m i i a in law in mv iiiiwi iwfiiiraiwiwwxTmi HAVE YQU UC .aBlpWi PWIWIMIIW uin win iiiwwiwwiMiBWUJ.lWJWW'IW.HIJKJIJlWM 'lUUMWJWIHiJHIUWPJ wiMraMttiMBM-MMamHOMiaB w r; i , rM-.' W " k. & ' & ! vUKMAMcfe WMMC3aSSw.'S $ WHEN THE roURNJIlR: TOA Wsv x Wvv. V A IT f vvAw' " " 1 w-w u.a..u .-. .. . ..yvj rf - -t- . tj-.v.... :; jHriTA r - 5 i5v'XAV. Mm I it &&$.&HK.?MKflHMr:4CTj&3llu&Ara -A IIBtTIB Sy-tfS.. ftrfJwMKJf myUKK JFSKvjf&Tsx . " When thie frost is on the punKin, and the fodder's in the shocK, And you hear the KyoucK and gobble of the struttin' turKey-coch., And the clacKin of the guineas and the clucKin' of the hens, And the rooster's hallylooyer as he tiptoes on the fence; O, it's then's the times a feller is a feelin' at his best-, With the risin sun to greet him from a night of p...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 November 1914

.1 fti ' fc t 'Everything Is lovoly, And tho gooso hangs high."-J , t ;3et-ns ho thankful, ! ' ,,f And, don't mako pooplo cry.J , ;- - ' -:' " f L A. v 4. ! x M QEOROE H. FRANK. 4. - 4. It ! vl ! ?J. T. HERE AND THERE U jrtn hire IrtenJi tliUlaf j. tr II ytu trt f oiaf on a ll, tltii rp ui ( .0 that etlecl. !Mr. Willinm Groppcnbackjer o East Seoouil street is a business visitor iu 'Cincinnati today. $tr. John W. Burwell has returned homo from a short pleasuro trip in southern Kentucky. (Mr. Charles Mullikin, who has bcuii running a hotel in Cincinnati, returned today on tho steamer Courier. !Mrs. Iluiiter Merriwcather of Kan sas City, Jo., is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. LoWright Browning. Prof. J. C. Bell of tho Maysvillo high school, leaves this afternoon for Rising fiun, Jnd., whero lie will spend the Thnnksgiwng holidays with friends. Mrs. G..A. Kelley of 'Mt. Carmel, who has beeu visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Crane of l'ifth street for tho past few days left yesterday for India...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 November 1914

.amaa frwii?,. 7fr lINIllllllllllllllllllllHIIlllMlllll m 1 5 Sbans MOLASSES!. LEDGER jj Pure Open Kettle, the best you will see in Maysville this year. Mill-' y t -"vr . - ..- HBtfV I' IM II . l. . . .--r-K,T v.. V -M -v. J i ,v i 3 M 1, f. f iMfo , , . AMr- " MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS 1 lbai m. V ! " ww--ww i "ha Vlrv -i' jBkh. iti v -v -- v i 0HER. -u, t ft MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. THE EXCEPTION. Running and sparring, so thoy say, Aro cxerciso prime Unless it's running into dobt And spurring then for time. TODAY IS TUBERCULOSIS DAY AND HEALTH LEAGUE DAY vV ir Tho Musou County Tubllc Health Longuo will, in compliance with the ro- rfflSt - uuwst 'uui.uui:ii lit mu iiiutiauiiinuii v. &V&- t'ovornor McCrearj, observe "Tubercu losis 'On," today, Friday November 27, and will today hold its anuuttl meet-Ing. Important business will bo transacted, n report ol the work of the past year will bo Mudo and plans for tho future will bo dieussed. Tho fo...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 November 1914

5 ? w 1 fr V A" t. '1'f & r h w fsf i ', w ' r r &- H'E PUBLIC LEDGER i. i ... i i DAILT SXOU? BUNDAT, FOUlVtn 01 JOLT, TIuftcntTltfO AND onRIKTMiS. ZXX2H&Z8IZXX A'POETI?n5RIBFt ZEKg&atqa A F: CURRA'N. EWdrfllffl FGbllglier. elndLonK HiTi in I orrtCK-rujiLio lrdoxu buildino, ilbUnoe Telsiihone HU. lUi mUivilli. kt. filtered at the MavvII), Ky., PottoHlce a ceonu-ciai mall matter. VBSVlllPlWMi-ir MAJu. . . 00 One t-jir. ......... . lxamn4l.. Tlirvf Mtnitl . UKUVMlJiU ay V Alt 111 Ml, rer MoutU...,...... ... .......H5 Cenla 1'ayabU to loltfclor at end oj Montn. : ALL sUBSLRirUONX CASH 7iV, AjJANCL BAD TEETH A CAUSE OP CANCER. Constant irritation of any part of the body is now well recognized as an important contributory cause of cancer. One of Ute forms of irritation which lias been repeatedly observed to result ) this disease is the continuaL friction of the sharp edges of bad teeth or of imperfect plates against Vk tlift oiflns nf flio tmiirinv To ho Hiiro. Roros on ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 November 1914

3- 38SS2S222 TTLED IN BOND WHISK1 BEST lUCAJDES OlST EARTH aXase or 75c full Quart Som: of the brands are Limestone, Old Time. Okl tonia. Old Barnes. Old Scentcr. Old Cloverdale. Old Grimes. WeddinaB . m-m . - . ' I Harmony Ciub, Mt. Herndon. Club Cafe, Seven Bells, Hccht's Special They :sf good, none better anywhere. The Place. The Price. The Quality. The Time. IMI- O- RUSSELL CS I Pil I A API I PA B() 4 MtnWW 1.'H . $9 h' IB BtbH H bH .' 1 aaa LLLBkkBi ILLmbbb LLH K; jH SJH IbbHbbbF HfeflV HV HH iH V A Sv A- h H ftp B9J 1 'l I GEORGC W. MAXWELL well-known trapshootcr "I find relaxation and complete enjoyment in Tuxedo. It's a nerve steadier and a surefire, slow burn ing tobacco. Easily my favorite. ' ' TOM A. MARSHALL famous trapshootcr " Tuxedo tobacco is unquestion ably the acme of perfection; smok ing Tuxedo makes life better worth living." imtOC FRED GILBERT tlio celebrated trap&hooter "The coolest, most fragrant, most pleasant tobacco in my ex peiience Tuxedo. Leads in mi...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 November 1914

4 1 SMi HE53 . WWWWWWwWl ' ft E5K IT-3 &, J &W MwmMP... , -- , - 111... B.i. -- .--. wmmmn?zrrmmmiiimjmittammmikMnimKmttiK3rwa iuMiiMwwiiLiPiwyp 11 " ft-"" - - . .. . m. . . i.i, . -..-, . v-.-- - ,-.,, -, -, - , tzMuawj a ' v-f M-MnNonitThiMMrot .: . . ,. annJ vnu,0 tfDBD NOT SAY that those suits- and overcoats of ours aro irrcproachnblo iu 0 TMil at. wo need not m- ilie worn, stalo and hackneyed of praiso which in thoso days indiaortmlnatoly bestowed upon JrchnnO'i&c -upon tho worthy and ilosfl alike. ,' ncijd only say thnt thoso clothes the signature of Goorgo II. Prank inny. say that Is to say all tho rest. Inplios'nll that la excellent nnd do- iblo in elothcsmnklng. It is sufli- iit conclusive final. i fro say nioro would bo superfluous, Aicccssary nnd n waste of good print- t'n ink which is worso needed else- hero than in extolling tho mortis of Hip Live Store, its methods and its .merchandise. beo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 28 November 1914

X8 KW rf "a V f(" J $! li .- V V t - ' v ljfe I.L V- rt HraiMMMMIMMIHHMHllMMIMNHMMM re rf hfHii NEW S ORLEANS MOLASSES! PUBLIC "-" LEDGER o I Pure Open Kettle, the best you will see in Maysville this year. : DINGER BROS., ' AHJCSdl? MIIH MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. f ' JM W 1 ' -v, ItiXL i" OET BUSY. J!jicro ain't no use in getting soro About tn'x war stuff any more. K ain't no uso to fume anil fret, AnU knocking no irood. don't forget. iv'lthough wo rave from morn till night, ain't a '-going to stop the fight, tllio dog of war's a vicious pup, Jjllio.ro ai'i't no sign that he'll give, up. mfe thing for us folks here-to do, ?to keep our mouths shet right straight through, Ivhjl- buckle in as best we can tiffiS ljoost tho things American, pAmltpoml our becswnx and our rye ;- '-To'furriu' ports, both tar and nign, . It's up to us right now, by gum, 'Vlo make jour factory wheels all hum. ', Jf. Portsmouth Times. 'i" MES. CORA WILSON STEWART TO t...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 28 November 1914

hii mir ii 1 1 IMfiV'i i 5U &'- ' r s B.' in fvi . 1 .UJ y r fci, X IV a: ! ""? fv 'j.v k PV. b. Jr i EW Bt, THE PUBLIC LEDGER &AILT UOSFT SUNDAY, TODUTII OT JOLT, TUANKIdlVIRU AMD CIIBI1TMAI. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Lbo&latid Long, 'JlMnnoe Telephone No. 40. ornoi-rtBLio lkdokii buildino, MAT8VILLI. KT. Kntcrcd at the Mavuvllle, Ky., I'oitomce as nceond-cUf mall matter. aVUHVHU'l WAS-UY MAJu, One Kcnr ..-................-...... ......t8.J0 Nix illuulha. - ........................... 1 OO 1 hrett Jlmitu 70 DXLIVJUMD UY UARUlJCtt, I'er Mouth - ..............U8 Cent l'gyable to Colltctor at tnd of Jontt. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. AS TO GERMAN "KULTUR." There is a settled and assured future if we win, writes Conan Doyle in the December Strand. There is darkness and trouble is we lose. But if wc take a broader sweep and trace the meanings of this contest as they ail'eet others of its history, and one or other of two opposite principles, the rule of. the ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 28 November 1914

nra ypxv"'.: HFumwtmxHt;! r . v- SerSv' ' V ; -t v"y .';. ;: l . ITHf HBB.: b" WH'BV TOT . . . 'i . T VWV V19T1.W.-V1F 4 j s, ' -a b W9W j. "" w'V- r-- - OTTLED IN BOND WHIS BEST IvdlLlDE CDIX EARTH &( a Case or 75c full Quart. Some of the brands are Dmcstonc. Old Time.l tf tonla, Old Barnes, Old Sccnter, Old Clovcrdale, Old Grimes, Weddinl ". Harmony Club, Mt. Herndon. Club Cafe, Seven Bells, Hecht's Special Thil good, none better anywhere. The Place. The Price. The Quality. The Time.l IMI- C- RUSSELL j 3HMlMHIWaiailllM9 I'ilijJiWMMiMBMJf HSgaggWTO iv '"''jt " w " ii i ij " irayw ywiw. i-. ,, ,, . B Fl JR jh H I ' h (R- ' U?r ',. T w BORED. Poor Avladnc Phyllis Dow Just lolU around and moons; Sho spends her mornings wondering how To spoinl l.cr afternoons. TT- . : - ' r C. & O. CONDUCTOR WAS SHOT. O. 1 Kirk, aged Ao years, married, a C. & O. conductor employed in the eoal district, and who lives at Chilyau, was shot and fatally wounded at Jlandley, and C. W. Coon, 112, ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 28 November 1914

K. 4 v v tt J33C ZX3Z ESS :u.m,i:i:; W, t , li r,?c ar '. m V irr nil ifc" 3RD NOT SAY that ruUb nntl overcoats of aro Irrepronchablo in Id fit Wo need not in- fcvorn, stnlo ami hncknoycd irnlso which in thoso days crlmlnntuly bestowed upon disc upon the worthy and ftliko. only say that tlioso clothes Bgnaturo of George H. Frank that is to say all tho rest. nil thnt is excellent nnd do- clothes making. It is audi- (inclusive final. Ay nioro would bo superfluous, fcary and a waste of good print- Ic which is worso needed else- than in extolling tho inertia of livo Storo, its methods and its jmntllsc. 4. H. Frank & Co. Wnysville's Foremost Clothiers. 1 HERE AND THERE II ya btre Irltnli yIiHIoI yi, t II y.u tr - flat in 1 t'iII. pleti iff til ail : thai etlecl. , Miss L'lura Farrow is spending the holidays with friends at Georgetown, O. ' . 5' - - - u f , w ir w wtMrs. .1. h. Osborn of Dover is visit- r,5lnTnicr brother, Mr. V. A. Miinzing of fc Limes to no street. k ".. v r, ' - .M...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 November 1914

VA SW3,T ."& :Vf7'. -vl 4 1 N ,' ?1 ' ' ' ' k , I TWWi7 " "' -. tj'r A' ', " ' . ' 1 r"ri i ' " i- 'm .V U:V . . . ,. -... L' .A-tiAJl.. i - -,VVi . :- Jsfi&tkv. wmWwb MTHpyupujiM t,y jf-j& &. .ujj y J-Si N Wn"? M. n?Mwy ' M"'MjMl M Hr ! i M ww Y '"tf ""JJ'fJtf bSTP Wi' '' ''ft11' !" M fcl ' ' " -" ' 'V '" ''Jh '? Wffijf ff ' , ,'f "" m ? "," ' -"J"1 "' "' -WXl-yTIWjM" i3lfcaJliiyiWIi; M W iM j Jl ,j,i s MW.i .1 ,ni mi .wy fl im, I in Hi i i K m r m . i , - rf mm jy iigi ) if i Hj; i i'gwai W 11 in ii ii nil WW-" ' ' " l" - ""&. . " IHHHHHHIBIIIiHSEIliaElllliHtllHiiMIIIHIilESIlSMI " ! S NEW MOLASSES! V " K" i r ' ' T 1 . .. PUBLIC LEDGER w.i E ORLEANS VK-I&i r&j' J. mi, Pure Open Kettle, the best you will see in Maysville this year. DINGER BROS., 7 wngse"srts m m itjn.'. . Eg&MMk.'.. il-i....i"'l"' il'lii MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. .. i.U.4"' "Jft-O .KWH'B-BW i . ti-- TORTUNATE. iOld ago has such a curious phiz,...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 November 1914

M$& " " -' 1 ' . . iajt I"' 'X iJ ft-1 . la' : - l- T TOc..- Era; n. WJti 4: BS f? - 74 " V 3k- o; .,,, M THE PUBLIC LEDGER BAJLT XXOSTT IDNDAT, FOURTH OF JULT, TIUHKIOIVINO AND OHHUTMAB. A. H. CURRAN, - - Editor aad Fublisher. liookl ucl Long, 'Jlalanoe Telephone No. 40. ornos rUBLio irnorn buildino, MAIBTILI.S. RT. Entered at the Mnvsvllle, Ky Poitofuce ns sceond-clais mail matter. SUUHVHWllVHaBY MAIL. ' 500 .... .0U 19 One Yrwr............ .......... NIB. Muutti. .. TtlPfe JllllltlBMMM...IIMM.iHHnM UJtUlVHBHU BY UAUJUJCJi, t'er fllonth.. ........ - ..9 Cent rayabUto Collector at end or Month. t ALL SUBSCR1FT10NS CASH W ADVANCE. RED LIGHT WAR IN DAYTON. The soeiul problem is lo the front in Dnyton, owing to an order issued by City Manager W'aite closing nil of the houses in the segregated district, and the papers of that city are full of interviews of various hinds about the action. The general opin ion seems to be that the order was a little hasty and that too short a time wa...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 November 1914

f-vK r SJE v BEST 3Vn.IDEJ OI EARTH (tQ a Case or 75c full Quart. Some of the brands are Limestone, Old Tiip P-' tonia, Old Barnes, Old Scenter, Old Cloverdale, Old Grimes, Wedd El. Harmony Club, Mt. Herndon. Club Cafe, Seven Bells, Hecht's Special good, none better anywhere. The Place. The Price. The Quality. The Timl M- O- RUSSELL I (BOTTLED IN BOND WHIS I '""L-! 4 . 'or - ii h ,J L-, l k - i. - -N fTt . ," aK' Rrv ; ks fcV !.- ;5f. - f( X ', utNUINt BKflOO UuUUd bucoJar. Smoking Sots, Cigar Staude, Ah Trayo, Fern Dishes, Calendars, Jardmioros, Bnk Hacks and Book Stands, Dinner Gongs andolls, ALL NEW. You cau hco them in our East window marked in plain figures. These goods are lacquorod and guaranteed not to tarnish. Bring Your Eye Troubles To Us we will guarantee to fit you with glasses and give you better satisfaction than you can get any where. "Best Lenses Made" is our guarantee. P. J. MURPHY, 4fc2B SOUNDS LIKE IT, ANYWAY. This rhymo may not bo funny, But I'll bet I am right; ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 November 1914

BMHH 1' 41 1 m I i. fc I ''"4-"? - . in" mi ' - .-Mnr-iwrtOTft..iiiiW - - - I I ti . !! i i ' -" -.-- --!.- - . . fr . - - -- .- r . , r i Devil and in Walker 't do any good to when you are dis jointed in your Xmas rchase. Just come to and be made happy i giving gooa girts, so m can say Xmas comes it once a year, and l-hen it comes I buy of aysville's Foremost Mothier. eo. H. Frank & Co. jHERE AND THERE II yeu hare Irlen it vlsltlnf yen, or II yu art tlat en a v'all. pliaia drop ua a I . that tiled. Cant. Speed Hlbler returneil homo -last night frpin a two-davs' isit to 'Oiuiiiiuititi. u M.ir. Unrry Allies lias neon the guest mM; relatives at Lagrange during the simst week. v Nov. iiul Mrs. V. P. Campbell of fr.Wost Third street, have as their gue-d Nliss Shiiikle of (Jo ingtnii, ICy. -.Mr. James P. Shan lias gone to Glovolnnd, O., to accept a position with "the Benjamin T. Mooio Paint Com pany. uL r M m m Miss Jcunio Dickson of West PoTirth Psfcroot spont Thanksgiving day with ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 December 1914

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Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 December 1914

DA1LT XOMT SOHD!, FODRtn OF JVhX, THAXKStflYOJO AMD tUniSTMAI. f a: P. CURRAN. Editor" HB"Pflblfth6r. dookUndLooK Un A( 1 ornci rurfuo tieDam buimmmq, 3UtVn" TeUphona WO. "' 1 A.W.t.. kt. ifntered at the Maytvltle, Ky., Poitofuce o gceond-clagi malt matter. auiiBVJiWJJUNanyMliil. One Ymr... Tbrci tfitittti.. HHtMHIMMUIHHIIiltMIMHlNHtllttM sou 1 DU 78 VJCL1VJCXXD BY OAliMBJt, rer Month . Payable to Colttetor at tnd of Month. R 4f ALLJUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN AbVANCE. Wi. ' f THE VALUE OF "ALIENATED, LOVE." There is pathos liberally mixed with bathos in the tlood of suits over "alienated affections," winch arc reported from tho Supreme Court. It is sW that never before in tho history of the court havo there becfi so many suits with such a uniform claim for money as tho balm for wounded hearts. From $100,000 down to $500 runs tho Ecalo of damages which estimate the value of love grown cold. , To nialce the triumphant lover pay his good money for the robbery of the heart is supposed to tie ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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