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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 9 February 1914

tss t fr V .Vrt?MfclM TH'E PFBLP'G' wTTi .a.. T -r i HL 0 '. - M 2 IB jy X y X IL H B . &$ -- lt wj iif Jr ' HI k I x 3Hti Makes a Living Buying EW YORK. "There la at least ouo man in Now York who makes his living by buying worn-out rugs from dental olllces," said a Now York dontist tha other day. "I never heard of a business of this nature until last month, nl- though I But last J&Jflfl ""I showed him. Ho pulled out a magnifying glass right away and got down on his hands and knees. Ho started at one corner of tho rug and worked Inch by inch over'the whole surfaco, scrutinizing It with tho most Intense care. "1 saw Immediately what ho was after. He was estimating tho value of tho mluute partlclos of gold and, platinum which "had fallen on the rug In tho form of dust from my hands when I was standing by tho operating chair grind ing various bits of work so as to raako them a perfect fit. I would not havo supposed this dust to bo sufficient to bo commercially considered, but I...

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. — 9 February 1914

t " 'w VI- 4 " t t i. $9 nnn V- V-Jvvw Now Wanted And it's coming as sure as (ate, because tbepooplelcnow where to find the good cloth ing at the best prices. You can't take their eye off the bean pble by telling tbem to take a chance. They sre not like the crosseyod man. They are going where they are looking and you bet your bottom dollar they are buy ing. Why? Because the the Clothing is all new 1914 styles, guaranteed, and what is moro they are waited on by clever gentlemen who can pat them on the back three times before they can turn around. Oomo in and enjoy , the sunshine. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MaysvIIIe's Foremost Clothiers. niitv Oifford I'inchot, former Chief For ester qf the United States, was invited by the Pennsylvania Progressives to be thoir candidate for the United .States Senrite. A petition signed by thousands was presented to Mayor Blankcnburg, of Philadelphia, protesting against tho re movar of tho Liberty Hell from Inde pondence Hall. HERE IS WOEK FOE CIVIC LEA...

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. — 10 February 1914

wMwmnmimnimmMi KAKO FLOUR IWit'f. --r-ss- v. . ... K K -' -r-rT-rkT T s, jBllTBr MlTT nr -v , -- . S, I 'I KM MM5H I I III; I I? MHfe H-.7 .. ,4 V.y IM I ! Il Ml I II JB'JBS'HEJHn) B . ' K JINEj I f -wr ?; 1 . r IK & It v2kBb ? 0 -H ,UP mmd MHaBM HlV LnHI A I WTJ J I JIM. .US tl-7.HhB'.r . JMMHdiKilfli.Hj Vxl HUH H J n H fl Br tiilFVBUoVLlai' MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914. WJ fielv r X WTOv1' vJVS2 ('iwviWt7oTfi.'' be used fr flooring, ceiling, suiinif or for moot any purnoee. " Wf vCxJJ!L&ilF W&lVWi i&MSm Kyfff'AfiS You cin got it in length Irotn 8 to20 feet. Buy it now while A FAIR SAMPLE or FOOLISH - iV K ... ki. --. imci&vK..-JiLfiJi:t&tir.'f& Tho Militant Stuff. "Oh, woe is me," she loudly crioil, E'en now I hear her wnih, And alt bccnuso she is denied Tho jirivilego of the males. Luko StcLulce. Seo A. ing. M. Casoy'a mares before buy Big lino of Doilies fie, 10c anil 15e. Twolvo iiieh center-jiieees lOe, lfle, I25c. Stand-covers an...

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. — 10 February 1914

? 7- "X w- 'r V v V.,. " 'J . C ' Ws "1 an1. t ' a" r m i t . ; & t 'H '.. p,rr&ftjv&wtninitmiivtmmMiiim ': wolyWjlrjmHOTMiw3MWiwwwiiw" mwmiMMiWWM'w' THE PUBLIC LEDGER HAim tort tDNDii, rouMH or jult, timmxihiyimh AND CUHUTIMS. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. f.fwti ftfi loincr 5itaiioe Telephone No. 40. omoR rUBLio liuuih builmmu, K1TIVILLK. KT, avuauHi2lona-iiV mail. One Ywr............."." Mix Moulin. . ...- ......... Thrtf Month ..S3 00 ,.. 1 50 ... 70 i r rtrvn wn U V nA llTtlKK. Itjkui ran " -..- 1 -,.. - r.r Woulta ao j'gyabU to Collector at nt or noma. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Is this a mild winter or is it not? "Money is easier," says "Wall Street. Money is always taking things easy. But its the great com mon people who have to worry. SOMETHING TO WORRY ABOUT. England has 8Q women plumbers, 231 women blacksmiths and 56 female carpenters and 14 wom en masons. WHERE IS THAT REBEL YELL? "With Joe Blackburn building a monument to Lincoln wo may indeed ...

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. — 10 February 1914

vW J. HKiVm iia 1WIUHUJ.HUW m twa . .. 4 t 4 fir' ,- a 3- (' H Pi tiiiittitTviminitiMa)yirmnfmt-ti . Whon a girl has a fooling that she wants to starvo to death and wear rags and a straw hat all winter just to tnako some body happy, you can bet u skyscraper against a worm hole that she is iu love. Mayor J. T. Hinton, acting for the City of Parts, bought u pair of black horse mules from Cay wood & MeClln tock, Thursday, for fSSS. Tho team weighed ",7Q0 pounds, uud will be used at tho city quarry Always Attractive Attractive All Ways That's the description of ktrtdard" modern bathrooms as we install them. Always Attractive because of the beautiful white enameled finish and exquisite designs of the fixtures. Attractive All Waysfrom the standpoint of health, appear ance and economy because of their sanitary, well-designed, durable construction. Ask for booklets. GEORGE H. TRAXEL COR. THIRD AND LIMESTONE 8T8. THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP 1 BULLETT'S ORCHESTRA ALWAYS A FKATDHK Bargain Prices,...

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. — 10 February 1914

ni v i - . . Jy ;v 'V y KWF- TO If sif Wc m tr . i?v ' c t ' fc?xJ -' mr- . ft. i ii ,lr U,i' i,,ju"him myi wii.iiimh' $2,000 Now Wanted And it'a coming as euro as Iftte,bocauso the people know whero to fiad tho good cloth v tag at the best prices. You can't take their oyo off the boan polo by telling them to take a chance. They are not like the cross-eyed man, They are going where they aro looking and you bet your bottom dollar they are buy ing. Whyr Because the tho Olothiug is all new 1914 stylos, guaranteed, and what is more they are waited on by clever gentlemen who can pat them on the back three times before they can turn around. Gome in and.cnjoy the sunshine. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBMCfiSLEDGElt .Mrs. J, W. Tollo and inn ni'i'oinimiiieil the mother of Policeman .1. W. Tollo to her homo In D.iyton, Ohio, where thiy will remain for it isit. niilr VERDICT GIVEN FOR $8,000. Tho jury in tho dntnnge xiit of Wil linm Berry nninvt the Llii"ienku and...

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. — 11 February 1914

- - J9HHESw9ffiFlffiKV''T k35SKSSSCbr?P l ' 'f r5?S?wiSolinW"'S?5'T tP51!T?,?y,'v? 5?TWr ,r?p'vT?rTp'!yW riw-sn mmsmzm'xm ' '" , "sti ; vw v-tv 'iw-yv- - .. w.s y r;7r i -:w. v,; - , 'a"'t v .LrKsi"- -u r!? ,k .:- "ftv -,;. .' - ., ' ?- r Tr .tcv & iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii! KA K0 FLOUR Something now. Add water nnd bake. Makaa delicious cakea. Only 15c pnokage. Try it. 010E COPYONE CENT. I DINGER BROS., Leading Retailtr ' life' - tV&sIM ' ' i '. , ' - t: iufoi A v. i ; , -- Knt! - -ii' V -- I II I ,. IMIIWMil mi. ill '" ' .mum.-.. - -- ,7 -- ...:- , , w -.k-j- 4i J : ' PUBLIC ISl LEDGER '$!' i -- m. :4 a W h' MHb?XQft&.T 1 .. ... - - i ii t n i i -i -i n ii- .-. l i ijiiu-ii-i-iuumi-.' w inr-i-i-in-iirrrf"-r nr r- - - - - - MRl SSHDnli f . . 1.,,1-ij i L-i i-iLL' uvtji .r ii j u-u-in u ruijri - - - - "J l""''1 -------- - - ... . - MR '-mm WixnMAfl MAYSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1914. IraK- tjai.r.vUBi.ioiJUoiiMii TOIK : fl sHBBE5n--nnEra-j -. lSS...

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. — 11 February 1914

v" 9 i4$& - Tr t" ft tmr,ifmvtii,wn wmwwji 'l! f " """Sto'lff''! V""1 WWIfHffH'i I liiimwpPfWTW- r r ' l t , M EX r t & TK i rl i ', :$; fr it iv , THE PUBLIC LEDGER M1H.IMHt iOKt,.root or juli, taJiMTWo amu canuTMit. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. tiirl ttil I .on SHiUnoaTeUp-ooe No. 40. ornos rOBtio leiub bdiluiji, Mi.TtTlI.LI. lit. auunvuiruuNtt-uy mail. One Y.u'..-... .- .."." Mix Hauls. -. ......" UMLIVKHBD BY UAHR1AX, Far Monik. ........ - -" PavabUtoUollectoraltna or Jionm. ,. I BO ... 78 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Tho world's gold production was nearly twelve millions of dollars less in 19111 than in 1912. The high price of coal hasn't been much of an issue this winter, thanks to the weather man. Frankfort State Journal. The metal manufacturers of Great Britain were surprised recently to learn that an order for 4,000 long tons of nuts and bolts for shipyards on the Clyde had been placed in the United States. This is one of the results of the depression i...

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. — 11 February 1914

ro ynr iyft y ' "' ijfyigHgyy"? muBBVinrjB n .- h . l J" ' I'BWt- h- m. k- Vs p. !. i '. i V v P3ifij.mi)UiMm8MU" I nm Tho Public Leber's "1011 model." I'm n uso old bird almost 8 wise ns Luko McLuko. You'll hear more from mo nnd Luko. London, February 3. Ex-King Man uol of Portugal, will in futuro bo com lulled to got along on hist own resources for King Ueorgo, from whom ho has re ceived $50,000 annually siuco his de throncmunt, has out him oil' JUST TLAIN TENEIt. Boston only got een hits oil Tcner during tho nine tunings nud thoy wero well scattered, says baseball story, without pausing to inert "Goornor," "President of tho National League," or even plain "Mr." As a matter of fact tho reporter would have needed prophetic insight to utilize n prefix to tho name, for he wrote of a gamo on July 1!, 18S8. Tho box score shows that Governor Toner deserved his reputation for his opponent in the box was tho great Iiadburn. No doubt the Governor rejoiced as much ocr tho ictory as if ho ha...

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. — 11 February 1914

iv I3iWW;WB tj- "li?la . 5 MST J 'J.fWw 1i ,2FWl - v . VV r -"" l' 4 ' fc lr (4 l - 1':: . a" & $2,000 Now Wanted And it's coming an sure as fate, because thopoople know whero to find the good cloth ing atho best prices, You can't take their oyo off .the bean pole by tolling tnem to take a chance. They aro not like the croas-oyed man, They aro going whero they aro looking and yon bet your bottom dollar they are buy ing. Why? Because tho tho Clothing la all new 1014 BtyloB, guaranteed, and what is more they are waited on by clever gentlemen who can pat them on the back three times before they can turn around, Oome in and enjoy the Bunahine. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Basket and crepe weaves in dress linons, 08c yd but 45 inches wide, takes small yardage for a dress. These oro tho most wanted and scarcest fab rics in tho market. Hunt's. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, U. S. Army, retired, arrived in Lovington on Sun day aftornoou and was mot by Joh...

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. — 12 February 1914

w;lwyWMJl'U'llJUM.y'j'tf)Mji.iuiip)i,iij;ij rw",'Pfs' trT- ' iiiiiiiiRiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii i;m 14 p.. Ann! ElA LU 1-L.uun PUBLIC gii LEDGER ' Something new. Add water and bake. Makes delicious cakea. Only 15c pnokago. Try it. DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers ,-5 Ai. JV. ft- rf tt l" -V J. fc " 1 vt ity w ,5. V. M0mmMAMM isztr RKPUBhaAr-nfti MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1014. ONS COPY ONE CENT. $r- BBffrt see S9EMS Just 'Cause. Tolks th.it whispers in your oar Compllmonts tlmt nln'i sincere; Tolks tlint use ye l'nr a day, Then jes' laugh nu turn away How we strive their praise to win, Only to return agin To the fellers tlint stnn' true I'olks that likes you 'cnuso they do. Washington Star. Joseph . Kcisscr is the now Demo cratic postmaster nt Itiplcy. Reserved seats arc going to bo at a premium If you don't get yours early Got them today at Williams' Drug Store for tho "Cathedral Choir." w-t Salyersville. Green Lykiin, 35, of Lykins, this county, mot a violont d...

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. — 12 February 1914

' ' - V . M.fi ft M t. ,k. m v?k -. ry- t . 'V i? w AM r c k-r r V. :ft 7. r s in - v r i Kk & mi ck IS) 9) j JWi WwwrfW1 5gggffig.??yrs jiiwHKg9B" rTHE PUBLIC LEDGER DAIL1 UX.QMTT tVKOkt, TOVtttU Or JOLT, TBASSilYINU ADD 01IHUTMAI. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Loo1qU Uouk SUudm Telephone No. 40. orrioi public lkuuih builuikb, XJlIRVILLI. ki. HUtiXVHlPllONSliYMAlij. - ta uo l oo 7B Oh Kir....... . Six Month. . ............ ..... Three Mentha ............... .................-. UMllVXSSD BY OABttiUtt, Itr Momli. ...........- JM CeuU paniitUto Uolltctor at tnd of Month. ALL SUUSLtiir LIONS CASH IN ADVANLh. Although the total production of furm crops wns approximately 12 per ceut. smaller Inst year than iu 1912, the average level of prices was higher. The total value of all crops in 1913 is put at $1,910,301 , 000, a gain of $182,958,000 over the previous year. But despite a record year of crop value although the record of production has fallen and the fact that the number o...

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. — 12 February 1914

;5fT IW'w5 A.1 fc'V it. lr w A if 1 4- - fW. a fc K - fcr. JO fcVl mnnmnM0 "w"""" v- "r-""T-rv"ni" 7" ---' -7-- . ,-,- -iv t t - i j, ,. I t Thoro is good In everything. The girl who runs nrouml town with a Ave pound mull on ono nrm and a hand bag as big as a suit cnso on tho other is uftvn getting in trim so sho will be able to carry tho baby on ono arm and use tho other to do tho housowork. I.akr McLuko. " - WERE QUIETLY WEDDED. Vanceburg, Ky. Miis Lucy Dar lagh, lit yours old, and Arthur Toroman, nged 25, botli of this city and prominent in Vanccburg's younger social set, sur prised their friends and parents by slip ping away to Portsmouth, Ohio, wliero tbcv were married about noou. WHAT IS VIN0L? About Which Wo Hoar So Much? Our Druggist Tolls You. Aftor twenty years of study two eminent French chemists discovered a method by which tho alkaloids or medi cinal curative elements of the cod's liver could bo separated from the use less oil or grease. The oil which has no medicinal v...

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. — 12 February 1914

wifzwpm fiWV 'vzir -wmi "I -? k .1 1V.. ,V-! t v ' ryz "' lv .a Wi' T , V L '"'-"3V, v pr -4- - . i - ? i-v f F t- E r' i"1- 3$. J, .v Xr v -A J . s.. 'I $2,000 Now Wanted And it's coming as sure as (ate, because the people know where to find the Rood cloth ing at the beat prices. You can't take their eye of! the bean pole by telling them to take a chanco. They ere not liko the cross-eyed man, They are going where they are looking and you bet your bottom dollar they are buy ing. Why? Because the too Clothing is all new 1914 styles, guaranteed, and what is more they are waited on by clever gentlemon who can pat them on the back threo i times before they can turn around, Come in and enjoy the sunshine. Geo. II. Prank & Co. Maysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. PAIIT PUBLIC DGER LEWISBURQ. Mis. Glean Oault continues quite ill aud there la no improvement in her con dition at tliis writing. Mrs. .Tames Mnley if visiting rela tives in Maysville. Mr. George Wood is improving. Mr. Leo Wood of...

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. — 13 February 1914

iras ytv w" s? . .r. 31-JVJ( i , .i:.-! HHIIMIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Si' ' - mini PUBUC LEDGER tA ivu rLUun Something new. Add water and bake. Mako doliaioui cakea. Only 15c pnokage. Try it. I 3 -v VB "A wxrx r jwmuysnufi-! jjjirramoj 7Nur-jiia Oh, wouldn't it be galling if sorao day wo soarod on high Across and up tho ether of he overhang ing sky, And as at Mars wo landed this surpris ing thing wo hoard "Hero como somo man-faced inonkoys on, a subterrnneav bird!" Lillian Walker nt tho Oem todny. 'Boy Scout" Shoes at Morz liros. NO RACE SUICIDE IN OHIO. (Abordcon Gretna Green.) Born to tho wife of Atnza Wilson, a boy baby, Pobruary 7. Born to tho wife of Marshall Scott, a boy baby, Pobruary 0. Born to tho wife of Earl Warren Sat urday, February 7, a flno boy baby. Born to tho wifo of Frank tJ. Tollc, last Saturday night tho 7th, a flno girl baby. UllMHIIKRIIMMHllllllNlimHIHHV S 3 S a -FOR PLOWING TIME IN OLD KENTUCKY And Wc Are Right Here on the Job With a Full Line of Plow...

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. — 13 February 1914

r,T7' ptt j . oiP'v m, j jrt r-rni .&j JHrxw"i"Lww.nvr .iv. - XT 1 , , - ' ' 'V.- ' rey7-,i.; r " Vr-A(V , ? f f 2 ?s $f '' '$v'Jt'sJ1 iyr ??P5'ip9BiflBVf !W mwimin'!'iiii.ii'iu"W1!.1 ' ' '"" "" iiimfpmm'mtm0tm'i''1mmP?''l'& -TTW)iiiy im,i Miniirii K3fc iri ft? anniwuimnmH www piimwwiwh fHfe RffeLiC LEDGER rt, - - DAIU 1XCBM aONDat, rOUBTM 0 JOLT, TIUMKlalTIXH AND OUftllfXll. mp mim. '"' nmmwwwwy i A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Local and Usoft Sliuno Telephoh No. 40. ornoi rujiuc lkdsih boildims, XlYlViLI.1, KT. aiBauHiPiiuaa-vr mail.. Oue If fr,..... . ........ ...-.,..... . Mix noalkL - ..M....-...-...-. Threw Jloillha , .. no ... 1 oo ... 70 nar ttrvorn nv ndttHI Xt. Per Houik. ....,.... - -.-"a CnU lHiatU to Oolltctor at nd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Tho Democrats promised to reduce tlie turiff in tho interest of consumers, says the San Francisco Chronicle, but the price lists afford no evidence of benefit derived by consumers. The Philadelphia Le...

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. — 13 February 1914

? Vi J .I" J rnKms" HHPL HKSkP .C-VL . vassEwsxz If nil of us know half of tho timo whqt some people woro saying about us most of tho timo, wo would fool vory chesty soino of tho timo, nnd moaner thnn tho dovil the rest of the timo, II I" ' lilll" I ' 1.11 ITI 'T ''11111 I " S Tho commercial life of every manu facturer, of almost every morchant, largo or small, doponds upon his con vincing tho majority of tho 00 per cent, that his goodn, his foods, his norvico is right. American. THIS HELPS MAKE DEAD TOWNS. (Carlisle Advocate.) Ton daj s ago a Loulsvlllo Tailoring concern sent a representative to this olty with somo samples. After work ing the city for two days tho agent sold more than 200 pairs of trousers at $3.75 each, or $7o0 of Carlisle money dumped into tho kills at Louisville. FLEECED Of lite All at C, H. and D. Depot Af ter Settling With Tolophono Com pany foi Injuries. (Wednesday's Enquirer.) II. Strombo, n lineman of Oiiaway, Mich., who had been working for tho Ilrooksvill...

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 February 1914

ixiR : .rr r f -s-7"'XV;v"'1 u it-, I i M'i ' 'V, nSMMTTr WW II i ittirnTWiinranrTiirr-ni 'Vi-j-'t. w.'t r" xjzj m- M' to? U li r fc. I i J, v? K Mff I t. a i! i ! (" , $2,000 Now Wanted And it's coming as sura as fate, because thopeoploknow where to find tho good cloth ing at tho boBt prices. You can't take their eye oft the beau pole by tolling tnem to take a chance. They ero not liko tho croBB-oyed man. Thoy are going where they are looking and you bet your bottom dollar they are buy ing. Whyr Because the ' tho Clothing is all new 1914 stylos, guaranteed, and what is more they are Waited on by clevor gentlemen who can pat them on tho back throe times before they can turn around. Come in and enjoy the sunshine, Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBUCtiPfLEDGER In tho County Court yesterday Cnsh ior 1$. K. lloeflich of Tho Bank of Maysvillo National Banking Associa tion qualified as notary public. . nmi ZIONITES GETTING GOOD. Chicago, Fobruary 11. The sheath g...

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 February 1914

. 5SSE jm m i yCT'ggiymMnwwiWway; mmMMMHIfflnrflM)MIIHHMIMHI fit 1KAK0 FLOUR s j Something new. Add water nnd bnke. Makoi dalioioui cakes. Only 15c pnokage. PUBLIC LEDGER p? P ' Try it. DINGER BROS., Leading Retailors B fu5 lrr mx1.y Mxroitimut-iim MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. ONI 0OFY-0NX CENT. 14J.L1 rVlLlO LW&1 W9SA tmm 'wilAL'l-f Scj56 Twsfflciu" ' T- ztli i.J:. !...1L1ll,-ijJ .'.iii n ihimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw "--Tiaiii r imw mi iimiiii iinw'rtt'i TrMtiinmrjT'riYTfAflv'i''.'Tir i" V ' "r"i ' l8yB1iJtiuffJayi'fflMEMegrrw,Bg1BSBHiiMfcliLiLiiiTwin--V . 1lwflHr0 uLntelH "KHFi MftllllllllllHIHIIIIIIIMHHIIBff&nMMfftfrfff W- m - . fN wf IK'! True Happiness. Of happiness tho poet sings. In just n word, , Tho same consists in doing things' Wo enn't afford. T. Mr. Costigan has moved to his prop erty ho purchiised on Forest avenuo. $1.25, 1.50 Flounclngs iuc. Exqui site pattorns embroidered on dwiss or nainsook, 11 and 45 inches wide, nunt's INVESTMENTS Good First M...

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 February 1914

imViT''11' ""'" - It'-ftT' ! rrr SfeMRSnALl Mir I;, i- - -.1 1 if MOMTIONAL- SBMTSfflOOI Lesson (lly K. O, SULLDItS. Director of KvonlnK -?lARYE?10m) anPMAN ANDREWS w ueparunci Chicago,) department, tho Moody Dlblo Institute, LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 15. v', p. M . V-A lj pv- V( SYNOPSIS. Francois Bcuupre, n peasant babe of three years, nfter nn nmuslnK Incident In which Marshal Ncy figures. Is mailo n Chevalier of Franco by tho Kmporor Nft- fioleon, In tho homo of tho lad's parents n tho village of Vieques, France, whoro the emperor lmd briefly stopped to hold n council of war. Napoleon prophesied that tho boy might ono dav bo n marshal of ITranco undor anothei Uonnparte. At tho use of ten Francois meets n strangor who Is astonished when tho boy tells him of Ills ambition. 1'rancols visits Qcncrnl Baron Qaspnrd Uourgaud. who with Allxe, his seven-year-old daughter, lives nt tho Chateau. A soldier of tho Kmplro undor Napoleon hu fires tho boy'B Imag Jnatlon with stories of his campaigns....

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