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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 13 January 1915

l Vf'V , w,ft" V . P Vi '?' '. A. ,,.Wwril ,,,.,, ,., , ljtl, ii3 ?,,.w,,,,,li,itM..i.w.i'W'i;jl"'ii!' 1f...'J'.m- rJ i".-.pff-';..yi. ' -rt-j-.-i .i. j r .-...,. ,-... sr BEST QUALITY i-A-T: 3VC. O. RUSSELL, CO I -- -a Mwifwir.yiKiyHw..7iwiiwir. '-., '' i ' , W.Sri-dj V ' 'r' -,," v - - ;- , -""- irrrvgrnrngp .otr ' WftVjrf.'H ' - , . " . -"KrrWBJ mmmmmmwir'Jr''- i-tr ''( " .p n.saiiw": . . - 'v imii i anM n ra irrirmin i i i t m- . z : - n v - .-- t t- .. . I 11 llllM ! I I TM M I lraMIMI rss?s: h h E5i'tj H h b m r P. hlH kTS8E7 1 H f f tL i tv. )T ., r 1 v - , :- $, . 'ML - W r JasJLv . Some men fall oil Tho water cart Before it gets A decent start. MASON HEALTH LEAGUE. Tho Mason County Health Lcajiim will hold its somi annual meeting at the Mnysliek consolidated sehool on Wed nesday afternoon, Miss .lessio O. Yancey presiding. Miss Mary Sweetie,; of Stato University, Lexington, will speak ou economics, while Miss Alibi 3 Roborts, a Hod Cross nurse from Wash ington, will discuss...

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. — 13 January 1915

i i" nr .: i :. .T . J. , A- ku.'' ji w,..'.-w t ' i ) iHBKimHiiiut k suniwn i . su mi -m. .a i. j'i ,. t - - " T.i'"wirij..eT 'i n iUliulmviBU i m-- .-. V A I 4 m 1 1 sv - ' A vr. m MEN OF THE UP-AND-DOING-IT MEN WHO MAKE IT A POINT TO KEEP ABREAST OF THE FASHIONS, OWE THEM SELVES A VISIT TO TOTS LIVE STOEE WHERE THE NEW STYLES IN MEN'S WEARABLES ARE HOLD ING FORTH. WE'VE SLIGHTED NO ONE IN THE COMMUNITY. TID3 DASHINO YOUNG INDIVIDUAL WHO LIKES A TOUOII OF THEULTRA IN HIS CLOTHES, AND THE MORE SEDATE MAN OF AFFAIRS BOTH ARE PRO VIDED FOR IN OUR SHOWING OF NEW SUITS AND OVERCOATS. AT $7.50 TO 25. CLOTHES TO MATCH YOUR PERSONALITY AND PRICES TO MATCH YOUR PURSE. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. OVER 700J00 POUNDS Of Tobacco Sold On Maysvlllo Market Yesterday Market Remains Firm Despite- Poor Offorings. Sales at four of the loe.il tolwo warehouses yesterday totnlotl 722,103 pound, and despito tlis fact that of ferings were" poor and wc.wlier condi tions wore bad...

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. — 14 January 1915

ft. .": ,,JFr w JT'J"w'.ggm.giJj,i I, . jijj.. i jrw. yyyj.yyyTyyyyyjyfyyfyCT.j.yyqi; WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE BEST PUBLIC LEDGER NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES In Maysvllle. 65c Per Gallon. New Ban-el on Tap. Tv. 'i VPmiTir i i . '"t " JTi-..'f-iiiUiiWiiijiwiiiiMiw fc iil,i,tii,i.ii. iiuti.Ti'"'iiWriiAiiMiii". ,yij hiiijjiih n ijijj.'mii, 1 1, ) i p miwii A" jLiiVi . .k itC i m r J ' - - - m iin lit ni hia ii ! i 0 immt "! r-nWn tfmmg Kii rrlfclm ITTiTnrrniMlrTtr"ttl inl fmi rrtm iiffc mil 1 1 i I MilVilgur T-1 -ittt -- ti-TTT rkiJ " " - - . -rt - Ma 1 --T r-aiTTFrfti-M af i rt -Tl 1 n" i"j'-rr: " ""'' r -" ., ., '. fP-v Au 1 - ' I ik I i I V ! nHts"jr qm K -v AUtiiiH- b c . -fr- iy? i i 1 ' lv. - ? HISTORY'S REPETITION. Thcro'B nothing now! But why fcol blue And rail in prose or rhyme? Tho old-time stuff Is great enough To hoar a second time. Washington Star. POLICE COURT. Yesterday in Police Court Lucille Jncksou mill Lucille 1'loasnnt wore fined $8.50 each on charges of disorderly conduct. (...

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. — 14 January 1915

Sk iHHLmKtffili -TTlWiraW tfaottf' mmfmmmwmwmw-:"--:-' rwT--.r-' r" ?a "mp' :" - " . . r. .-.. . a .,t,,l.,.Mi,.,VMJ.M ...iMi.Ml-liiil.liiii r IH.NW ,ijtm,.t.lMWii'imii.HiiNwiiMWT 'i "" '..? ';. i 'i ",.. ! ,.'..! " Z,T' t.JM n f lHR W2?'' ish RE.'' if IP r THE PUBLIC D1H.T KOMT SUNIUT, MUHTIl 0 JULY, THANKBOIVIHO AND CHRISTMAS. gm ; 'A. F. GURRAN, ) imWk - H. C. CURRaN, 1 HKi - ' ' ' " "" Hk: dooal antl Long Nn. 4(1 I orrtct Kntered nt the Maysville, Ky., roitortlce n SUBiUUIPUOSSJty HDwA - - 1 1 - t BflflBPMl Onv Yfiir...H . FJBr 4 . Hire JIimiIH ... .......... DSUVMIKD BY CARltlKR, Vet aioulli a:ceiit VayabU to ColUetor at tnit of JontA. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. "DEMOCRATIC "ADJUSTMENT" WHAT HAS DONE. Tito country has adjusted itself to tlio now tariff. New " York Herald, December 3. The adjustment process has been going 011 for 1 months. "Whether it is 'complete or whether still more adjustment along the siime line is to come is an open...

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. — 14 January 1915

J( r; j. ! X" J I. f (i H s f m A m V' 4 ivll 'pj w nf TO P. BEWARE, LITTLE GIRL. Standing with reluctant feet Wlicro tlio brook and river meet, 'Tis a maishy spot you choose; Don't forget your overshoes. BISHOP BURTON READ IMPORT ANT PAPER. ( Lexington Leader.) 'Bishop Lewis W. Buiton rend an in teresting jiapor tin tho "Policy and Doctrino of tho Episcopal Church," be foro tho monthly meeting of ministers held yesterday at tho Continl Christian church. Ministers were pro-ent from churches of Lexington, Winchester, Mt. Sterling, Lnwiencchur;:, Cieorgetowu, Paris and Midway and after the liter ary program had been disponed of there was a business nesMon. Thoo meet ings coin one the second Monday in every month. The next ono will be hold at I'rovidem-o, Ky., in connection with tho School of Methods which will hold a five d.ij session in that place. e There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, yon know wh...

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. — 14 January 1915

i!f' I KV &; . :w EN OF THE UP-AND-DOING- IT MEN WHO MAKE IT A POINT TO KEEP ABREAST OF THE FASHIONS, OWE THEM SELVES A VISIT TO Tins LIVE STORE WHERE THE NEW STYLE'S IN MEN'S WEARABLES ARE HOLD ING FORTH. WE'VE SLIGHTED NO ONE IN THE COMMUNITY. THE DASHING YOUNG INDIVIDUAL WHO LIKES A TOUCH OF THEULTRA IN HIS OLOTHES, AND THE MORE SEDATE MAN OF AFFAIRS BOTH ARE PRO VIDED FOR IN OUR SHOWING OF NEW SUITS AND OVERCOATS. AT $7.50 TO $25. OLOTHES TO MATCH YOUR PERSONALITY AND PRICES TO MATCH YOUR PURSE. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. WOOL EMBARGO IS COSTLY England Rofuscs To Sell Us Wool, But Sells Us More of Her Manu factures of Wool. (Now York Suu.) Wool dealers hero said j estcrday that 'tho British embargo on tho exportation of certain grades of invv wool means a 20 per cent raise in prico in the United States which the manufacturer will have to pay. In discussing the embargo Wilbur F. Wnkoinun, torasuror and general secretary of the American, Piotectivo...

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. — 15 January 1915

I ' WMBjHBHBHBffWliWWBBBMiWEBSIPBroHBffaffir', V?HKHtff0nfv9HR3HNKNr rStmmmmmmK, ' r$5PHHBH ammmmmmmmm. .. ' jff- Afatfft. " m ,l V,' ' :-v ijt ,ni.THiijftMiniii.Birnii WW .UMywprf $Z7ttXfT-ttZX?l&ttWttXttfttZtt in WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE BEST PUBLIC LEDGER 1 NEW MOLASSES tc ORLEANS Bfc In Maysville. 65c Per Gallon. New Barrel on Tap. .1ii I mil K ) "M ViC AjJULUmJmBUBMMlMMMMMMmWMMMMMMMMMMMf -j i TV"i', - rTr"W ' 'iMSJOSHflB i ?TW Ti" W r !' ' i I Ii ! lM 4 .. .. . - t ABMMBMUMiHIMliMaMHHnMaaiia. ilMI osmu ra - ,;,;. . . .V r V p.- " ! V '' JSP-' s lrl I' 5 M f WVMWtAAAMA XT A TOAST. Hero's to the bride and mother Inlaw, Horo's to tho groom and father-in-law, Hero's to tho sister and brother-in-law, Horo's to tho friends and frionds-in-law, May nono of thorn need an attomoy-at-law. Portsmouth Times. ROSS CRANE Painter, Sculptor and Humorist, Enter. tained Largo Audience At High School Auditorium Last Night. Ross Crane and his company of can vases and crayons, modeling board aud cl...

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. — 15 January 1915

(I -p V it. f.1 i , ML p-r. ?i iSiv m -U -V ft t M M' ' f w l:y '"-'- ' - - ... - .r,,i.. ., - " " .THE PUBLIC XEDGER jUlLTl-KCBTT iUNDAl, WORTH Of JULT, TIUNMOIV1NO AND CHIllBTMAi. .A. . UKAM, l . nHI.rc?nrt P,.h1iRhPrR T4 n rriRRAN. .-. i..,n... II in I nrrlCK FtinLIO LKDUER BUILMNO, ?a isr"."'"".rr",rhnn. ,wu.,hu. . Hg"'-' f-"t ' IV - ... .. . rt. - - . . ltntcred at the Maymlie, Ky., ronomcc in mmnreim nm.. ........ K . SV NlX.il.tUUlll.. ... . ilirewitloitlii - - - B UKLIVKllKU 111' 0AB1UXB, " Per Moiilli - ......aa.Cenli rayablt to ColUetor at tnd of ,.....,. i r-rr Wf AT.T. RIIKSC; ill'THJiNS UASU NO ADVERTISEMENTS JNSBRTED FltlsSK. EUROPEAN MILITARISM. University professors on I lie siilo of the iillies are not the only learned men who believe that this war will serve to increase rather than decrease the military spirit. Prof. Neisser, in the Berliner Tageblatt, says: "If we conquer and conquer we xnust we shall continue to cultivate militarism to our utmost ability in order...

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. — 15 January 1915

lillfMrail nSij' -' r-4f: 5WS Zf- purte warm, also your ,fi be(I-something new. Cost. . . IDtfC. 0. S-LJSSESILiL CO p-TTWff?-- " ' v - ' - - : 'raiwarT r - -ir . ." . . j. l , IS ' I I I ' ' ..-,- - - I - ,.,.!.. I I I ... I V , ' ' " w I I li J ' . . '!L!: . I " ' WARM UP tfep i' o??- ' f FRIENDSHIP. Hero's to tho hand of friendship, Sincere, twice tried and true, That lauglw In tho hour of triumph, And laughs at Its joy with you. THE BOOK OF ALL BOOKS. Many noted preachers have paid their respects to that Hook of till Hooks, tho Bible. Tho following eulogy is the host wo have ever read. Jt was printed on a small card for distribution a few years ago. The author of it is unknown. This book contains: The mind of Clod, the state of man, tho way of salvation, doom to sinners and tho liappinujs of believers. Its doctrines are holy, its precepts aro binding, its hUtories arc true, its decisions aro immutable. Read it to be wise, believe it to be safe, practice it to bo holy. It contains...

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. — 15 January 1915

, J 'V m M . iar 4 W ft 2V kfr V ftfeWSgSggAT-f'W'"' NOW, TODAY, WB START OUR TWIOE-A-YKA.il SALE Or TINE NEW OVER COATS AND SUITS AT RE DUOED PRICES, TO CLEAN THE COUNTERS AND PAY WHAT WE OWE. AS WE AL WAYS SELL THE NEW, YOU CAN REST ASSURED OF NOTH INO OVER SIX MONTHS IN OUR STOCK. BOYS' SUITS WILL ALSO BE INCLUDED IN TIHS REDUCTION OF PRICES. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED, AS USUAL. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. OERMANTOWN. J. R. Walton of Covington is mingling with friends here. James Oalbreath of D.iytnn, O., visit ed friends hero tlio past week. Miss Lou JIcDowoU of Robertson county was the guest of Mrs. U. W. Woodward the first of the week. Mrs. Aaron MeConiicIl of Miliorsburg visited her grandmother, Mrs. l.iz.io Harris the last of the weeh. POSSIBLE ISSUES SET FORTH Qovornor McCroary Specifics Revenue and Taxation, Roads, Education, Prohibition and Suffrage. Frankfort, Ky. I'ho big issues will confront the next administration and General Assembly for .sett...

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. — 16 January 1915

Mr. yy-?-'-i-"-rT-".' r1 y..-W""!a".MiVljy,W"-e"-'-' ""-f"'y-.;j;.li- .L'-liJ- -1..U.' - ' '- .'""""I'qjrr - "LJiL""""""WBr"""'!'a"MW"- ' 'L-' "1,y."'l".""l""W'MWWiiiiF 'il !.KJJTXF !'"'!wiimi.I!I 'J.U"HIHg""J'lJ. "J J J ni'f 'Tga .'-. , r - . H WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE BEST It K I i - 1 111 1 i &main,-J:h Mm& I I i II l I 11 I I NEW MOLASSES ORLEANS In Maysville. 65c Per Gallon. New Barrel on Tap. ' - m v pmrvatiOBS uxtiiflf rsw-tt m- m - - .11 m '-: M- I y V i-' -s ??TA' V. la . i As v v ; i :1A ' 'V I' j W JCfiFVil.- -l- V,' tffiyr!famHWZ MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915. ONE COPY-ONE CENT. " . 'H f ?f? tAKIHUUARt VIUIIMS MAY LIUUUK UliHI NtGROJJBBER v wLil ' A LA TENNYSON. Tho bachelor hath a merry life. 'Twero hotter to have loved and lost Than, shackled to a nagging wife, To ho forover loved and bossed. "corn CLUB WINNERS Charles O. Downing Takes First Prize, Raising 74 Bushels To the Acre Howard Hanirlck Second With 71 Bushels. I)llowing are the winnets in...

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. — 16 January 1915

DBasf N5L. ' i. Rl! i T MX' WCr M-V ,, fSr- JuTy ' v & - to n K E PUELIC LEDGER Rk'" lUlLT-KCWT SBHDAT, rOUKtn OT JULT, TIUHKSOIVIWI HHf& ' - AMI) CIIItlBTMAS. K,.' K-; ..A. P- CURRA, ) Editorsand Publishers VHtitfH. " ' uiw"j ' lHi''''' tiocsl and liOng Nn 4(1. I ornoK ronuo tKDnisn BUitumo, MATfViH-B. KT. Kntered at the Maysvllle, Ky., roitoffice ns nctontl aUUliVHIl'llUNH-DY MAIL. D&LlVKllEti nr OMUUJtX, Per MoulU...... J'ayablt to Collector at tntt of HHHK p . nn VpHr . .. flKU wi Moniii. . WrWBK J 'rtir Muulli - ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. THE PENALTY PLEDGES. A tVntm-e of the recent election party of protection "came back" so satisfactorily in its representation in Congress, is the defeat of 57 Congressmen at the polls who voted against free tolls for our coastwise licet in the Panama canal last spring, and not all the Federal patron age that these representatives were given to dis tribute as a result of their action was able...

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. — 16 January 1915

"v -jy zSSSS?s??nrr?r'p.?&rf'i sgrvjregga .r. .'rJgggyayrffliMriaa! 'k' ' ,'""BaeBaHgaai.y -, , , aj-'i -'- -"" '.i-ui-iu u - ."t-bm Keep your feet warm, also your C Ap bed-something new. Cost. . DUL 3Vi: O. TTSSESLiZ-. OO. '--- -'"!m-; " i-r Miai m jtmum Mgm MMMnM .MMm flHBH HIH MflfllflHlk b Bvvvt ' 'hbh vbvbbh bbbH 'BbbH bBh Ibh BBiAbV VVW tVV bbbbV H bH bV bb bbI bbbf bI - .-'" f r f i ST ,'' ' 1? Wgk . AtS3 SUSP E&SSWfl ! "You havo no dukes," tho Briton said, "Nor earls, nor viscounts horo." "No," said tho Yank, "wo havo a land That's quite without a liocr.'' OPENING OF DETROIT AUTO SHOW Detroit, Mich., .I.iiumry 10. Mifhi gitu's piomicr position : an nutoiuo bilo manufacturing state is strikingly illustrated in the many varieties of " Michigan liuulo" cms on exliibitiou at the annual show of the Detroit Au tomobile Dealers' Association. Tho show had its formal opening today mid will bo continued tliioiigh the coming week. Tor tho fiist time in the his tory of tho Detro...

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. — 16 January 1915

y,r. i; i' :? 1 1 I iiiiiiiihiwhwiiiiiii i yw'iv K . f'J v ft &S : I--' ft- IV- miNKt r t I f ' I I 2& ' . St NOW, TODAY, VE START OUR TWIOEA-YEAR SALE OF TINE NEW OVER COATS AND SUITS AT RE DUCED PRICES, TO CLEAN THE COUNTERS AND PAY WHAT WE OWE. AS WE AL WAYS SELL THE NEW, YOU CAN REST ASSURED OF NOTH ING OVER SIX MONTHS IN OUR STOCK. BOYS' SUITS "WILL ALSO BE INCLUDED IN TIHS REDUCTION OF PRICES. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED, AS USUAL. Geo. ti. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. "UNDERGROUND RAILWAY" Death Calls John T. Rankin, Son of Noted Rlploy Abolitionist, Who Was a Power In Freeing tho Negro. Tho Greensburg (1ml.) News of Jan uary 1, says: Undo John T. Rankin, one of Deca tur county's most widely known citi zens, died at ! o'eloek -Monday night, December 21, at liis home four miles east of town, known ns Rankin's Cross ing. Tho end was duo to cancer from which ho had been a sull'erer for more than a year. Mr. Rankin was S!) years of ago and was born in Riplov,...

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. — 18 January 1915

' :Vwr'",'"vr, " ,-i. .,'! ...f ; ... ','' ..' ' r '' ' ' -, "", , XII ,1 ; , - i A . .. WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE BEST PUBUC LEDGER NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES m h $ In Maysville. 65c Per Gallon. New Barrel on Tap. K MHMM MM r l - -t-l : "' ' ---.. m i - ..-,-..-.. -- . 1 5 iLwjESfck 1 ! tS'shIEPtISp ,C f- S4" w I i. V i : ji OT "mn,.o r.Kiwit-iw w-i THIS GETS YOUR GOAT. When things go wrong, and nothing's right, And the poor public suffer so Oh, Who is tho Proper Ono to sco? Who is Tho On to whom to go7 Methinks yo editor's tho man To mako things right, if mortal can. FUND GROWING FOR LIBRARY FOR FOREST AVENUE P. T. A. Tho Forest Avenue Parent Teacher spoiling bee held Priday afternoon was interesting and successful. Tlio Hiiiiiiiiiiiii charge of 3 cents ad mission to tlio door, together with the proceeds from the candy wile netted us the nice sum of l l.IJo, a very sub stantial nucleus for the Library Fund. Wo were nil piesent in goodly mini ..bers and abundiiiit uiitluNlasni. Thriee told 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. — 18 January 1915

HB , : .. I B; THE PUBLIC LEDGER HI- ( uiit.T-xorr iurniit, rouHtii or jult, tiunkoivimo BkIU p AHIl CIIIIIHTIIAB. Hrw Coos! nd lionn Mn dfl I HLa BliUdcft Telephone ' u I w V H. CCcSi!f orrioB roBLio ieuosii buimiiho, HATSriLLK. KT. Wntered at the Mnyvllle, Ky., roitofTice n ctoml-clm mall mutter. avu&vinviiom-ny mail. Our Yir nix nuiuiiK. ... Tliri.iliiilli , S 00 , 1 BO 78 UKLIVKKKI) BY VAllliimi, Per Mouth.... aa:crnl VayabU to Vollictor at end or Montto ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. w, - ft,"' x. ?-." Ftt R HEALING THE REPUBLICAN DIVISION. The regrettable division in the Republican party in J 912, brought about by the ambition of Theodore Roosevelt to break all precedents and become President for a third term, lias brought in its trail such serious disaster to the country that ' tho growing evidences of a reunited party are among the most cheering auspices of the New Year. Not all of the bitterness can die at once, nor all of the rancor...

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. — 18 January 1915

- Keep your feet warm, also your Ap bed something new. Cost. . . UUv HS-LOOK .A.T IT-J 3VC. O. RUSSELL CO -hh. rvx 'LsS?S ir , I IV . fit. .-' H&sr- it, U!X Y r-n jj, q: W Iff ? 3 t i -. juRaDBDur llwiiA to tne show. p.l. IN THE HOUR OF DANGER. Ho is known as a battle-scarred hero, Who rejoiced in tho cannon's sound; But hi3 warliko soul sinks down to zero Whon his wife happens to bo around. .j. I OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY J. PARTY. Olg.i Not hot solo, Pi'lcbrati'd emotional ai'tress, born in Kensington, Knglaiul, 15 years ago today, Seth Low, former mayor of Xew York City ami former president of Columbia University, bom in Hinoklyn, O.'i years ago today. Frank .1. Ooodnow, president of Johns Hopkins University, born in Brooklyn, X. V., oi years ago today. ilenry C. Sttiait, governor of Virginia, born at Wytheville, Va., 00 years ago today. Ezckiel S. Chandler, Keire-entative in Congress of the rh-t .Mississippi District, born in Bellville, Fla., '-i years ago- William T. 1'oster, pres...

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. — 18 January 1915

Mt t'.rf ' i MK V r '.' K 1 1 ! S ft'L fr & . - it SS" fr ra IhJw HE'' , I .. .Ill ' ' J WHmiHIM llll ' 1H I I' " I I' I- 1.1' I II .l".H I Mill. I I I N I ! J.I I l . I.' ' "'" " ' ' '''' "'' V FT Z- t.lniiw ii.Iiim I. I fcJJ T . 1 I l T IS ONE OF OUR FUNDAMEN- tal principles In this storo to keop our clothes selections up to full Belling strength, filling up tho gaps as fast ns our tables aro emptied. Tho rosult Is wo cntor tho Now Yoar with .an unusually coniploto lino of fresh win tor styles in SUITS AND OVERCOATS But now tho timo for drastic action has como. Every garment on hand must go and wo aro propared to make tho sacriflco noccssary for a rapid, do cisivo clear-away. In considering thoso prico reductions, keep in mind that tho garments involved aro no rag tags and loft-overs. No nameless mer chandise, orphans with a past and with out a future. So como and sco them at once. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. 1 HERE AND THERE II you btre Mends vlill...

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. — 19 January 1915

v ' ZSr ..- - wt5? TTTYTTWTTTyTiFTTWWTTTi'WVF???????????? r is Some New Arrivals! I PUBLIC LEDGER .tf!K - ' H .)V sJJJWSi&oTwWS 1 lf n H H H H H H H H H H H H H DEVILED QUEEN OLIVES I ''B SMOKED RED SALMON - '' SWEET PICKLED FIGS SMOKED FINNAN HADDIES SMOKED DLOATERS I 4 - ) ft: " . , "& 1 4 iti1 t. i ut ci v- fWf a i.KiHih:u-m MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $j THE BEST FIRM. A pretty good firm is Watch & Waito, And another Is Attit, Early & Layto; And still another is Doo & Dalrct; But tho host is probably Qrinn & Bar retU Woman's Homo Oampaion. COLOREDMURDERER Who Killed Anotlier Negro At Paris Sovoral Years Ago Arrested In This City Yestorday. Acting upon n tip given to him sev eral days ago, Chief of 1'olleo Mackey, with tho assistance of Constable James McNamara, Deteetivo Herble, Olllcers Tollo and Ffrer, yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock arretted Axle Boyd, a negro who is wanted in Paris fur tho hilling of anotlier...

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. — 19 January 1915

&m wmv ym V SfW! itr us ,.i m HJI.II-.,I m V" m T m kis A- v" PUBLIC LEDGER UiiLT-xicBrT iokdat, roUHtii or JULY, TlUHKidlVlNO AND C1IUISTMA9. .,.- n n.nnil M "A , m - - - Editor sland Publishers mM. -.. Vjunnnni "y ILooul nrt Lone iv QlitnceTell'hon No. 40. orrioi runuc tisnncii builuino, mathvillk. kt. 'Holered nl the Msysvttle, Ky., Putloffice ni nceoml-clans mall matter. SUlteVKIVIlOXS-HY MAIL, Hut Ynr . nix Monlb. Tlirco Jlnulli " UKLIVKKHU 1IY OAIUUJCJt, til " 1 BO 75 Per Moulli. ..aSlCruti VayabU to Colltctor at tni of Month. r1 ALL SOBSCKirTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ' NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FHE13. r POLITICAL PERSIMMONS. "Watchful Waiting" is not a divideud-beuring policy, and earns no interest on the principle. Bad use of good opportunities begets psycho logical conditions. The Democratic Platform leaks around the High Cost of Living Plank. The administration promises to do something systematic for the workingmen. It has been pretty systematic in what it has done for bu...

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