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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 January 1915

T- W t ''I J I T.-& f t - ' TV 'rrn;pT,gg-Ji:'''ir''iB3MS ) ' Keep your fdet warm, also yo-ir P Ap bed something new. Cost. . OUL 9-LOOK .A.T IT-SK 3VE. O. RUSSELL CO , j 1 MHHHft BHHHHHHHHHhw. HHHHHHH JHHHHHHH L iHi MIH HH flHHHH "M9HHIHa H ,m flH HI HflHflHH flHHHH H ' MHV H H iH iH i Is " . I 1 . ai f' .' Mv(f 1 r If ItLJn Mm t 'a St Tho morning sun rose grandly in the oast, Pursued its course athwart tho trom Ming 3ky; Its swift descent to evening shades be gan, Tlion lower sank, and seemed to slowly dio, Until exhausted, red-wept in tho west, Its fun'ral moan tho s'in lnd did its best. TO INQUIRE INTO EMBARGOES ON FREIGHT. Chicago, .latiuary 1!). Tlip Tntortnte Commerce Cniimi-.iim lias fKt'd tomor row ns the day ior liogiiuiin hearings in this city mi tho complaint of ship pers that the railroad-' embargoes on freight often result in un.jiwt dhciini illation. Tlie commission lias notified shippers urd inilroads that the entire question will bo gone into, ami that in format...

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. — 19 January 1915

i vv . 'v - fSSBSRf I m !P; PA V(. V ' r?-f. w eS. 'iT ?)i , f IK r" S L iv T ivk. Kfr- J. '.Sv. w -.1 I A fir r' i'- Si 1 . " V . i . f.V ;v- m v . My wrflT'f igfiirrv frrs.n mii-m iim I T IB ONE OF OUR FUNDAMEN- tal principles iu this storo to koop our clothos selections up to full selling Btrongth, filling up tlio gaps as fast as our tables aro emptied. Tlio result is wo ontor tlio Now Year with an unusually complete lino of fresh win ter stylos in SUITS AND OVERCOATS But now tho tlmo for drastic action lias come. Every garmont on hand must go and wo aro prepared to inako tho sacrifico necessary for a rapid, do cisivo clcar-away. In considering theso prico reductions, keep in mind that tho garments involved aro no rag tags and left-overs. No nameless mer chandise, orphans with a past and with .out a future. So como and sco them at i once. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE It you have Irlendj vlilllnf you, or II you ate folnf on a r'sll. pitas ...

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. — 20 January 1915

1 I ' p - ---DTTDT IT tiH03Nl I PHfiETO . ! Some 'New Arrivals! I 1 ' U B 1 ll jQi llrw7 FIB !jruiFli1jra S " SWEET PICKLED FIGS deviled queen olives I '! .U - " - 3- . J A-JrA-AA. J WSMmIS M-JJLAJLJ' XJi M-J 9 . SMOKED FINNAN HADOIES SMOKED RED SALMON $ i " ' ?BZ(iyMrL 4 QunKrn ridatprq r ' toH P5 ' JLi-J ' fW ' . J 5 . 1 v&r' u 4 o :v -V. f. w '4- - I v . m 'ifif MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUBSDZTT, JANUARY 49, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. miiwme.m &vsbcf g M S LEADING RTAIERS 101 West Second St "9 HIINPAN CPflTT ENCOURAGING NEWS FROM OOL. iiii:&&&i&&& X' I 1 iliilWliJVlAW-llATlllJljiJ. MIWI1 iUt;attYXiiUiAW UUUllUil H MEETING. jl Services tonight and throughout the 'H week ut 7 o'clock, Mr. Brown con- 9Hi 81 gL MAYSVIUiE IN THE MOVIES SOME DRAWING CARD. You may change, you may alter, Tho stops as you will; But tho 11.11110 of the tango Will stick to thorn still. POLIGEJCOURT Bob Warner's Bond Placed At 300 On Socond Ohargo of Robbery Oscar Meredith Also Held...

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. — 20 January 1915

?f w kH. ftl V ' - ?&' w uv t 74 fc' , r v fr fW i T-l i ' ." "! Vf ' r WE PUBLIC LEDGER bah.t-.io.M' sVaniY, rooTii or jolt, tnANKintviNB AND OIIMBTMAa. A. F. CURR'AN, 1 Editors'and Publishers H. C. CURRaN. M (iOoaland Long glstince Telttpbone No. 40. orrice punttc ltookb builuino, MATHVIUIK. KT. Hnlered at the Mnvsvlllc. Kv-.l-ottolt'ce a ccond-cUi mail ;natter. SUBbUHlPUOMi-llVMAlL, One Ycur. Nix Muntti. . ilintiJiiiuilu . OKUVJH1XO liY CMilllKH, rer Mouth... Payable to Collector at end of ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED mwiu. . THE GOSPEL OF BILLY SUNDAY. The Philadelphia Public Lodger lias a long ar ticle ou "Where Does the Sawdust Trail Lead?" It is a sympathetic editorial but it wauls to know if there is not something else to do beside getting to heaven. It says : If Billy Sunday can show the citizens of Phil adelphia that righteousness is just as imperative in the polling booth as in the pew, then this city cau have a new civic birth at the next oleHion...

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. — 20 January 1915

Keep your feet warm, also your A bed-something new. Cost . . OUL SLOOK .A.T IT- 3VC. O. R.XJSSE3Iir, GO r k- Wj., ssmt&L i . J ir- fc rto ,A . V I J9 WirWl J' A' 'M'i "9C: ri.T f J t I 1 HUE--JM P. Yesterday is a memory. Tomorrow is an imagination. Today is eternity. Livo today and livo forover. Cut two days out of your lifo Ycstorday with its mistakes and follies; Tomorrow with its foars and dreads, And livo on only today. Anon. STAGE SET FOR CLABBY-GIBBONS BOUT. Milwaukee, Wis., January 20. The first battle of the year between top notch niiddlowoights will take place in this city tomorrow night, when Jimmy Ulabby and Mike Gibbons will come to gether in nn endeavor to i-ettlo the question of their relative supremacy in tho hemped arena. The contest is ex pected to aid miiteri.illy in clearing up tho middleweight championship inuddli' notwithstanding tho facts that it will be of only ten rounds' duration and no ollicial decision will be ghen. Tacts concerning the big contest: Pr...

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. — 20 January 1915

Tf' ?M7 ft'7 K-Ki, ' n '- I ' i V gggggg; TrViTyTrrfTifffi I iv M wf Mi fv'' w m. T3 IS ONE OF OUU FUNDAMEN- tal principles in this storo to keep our clothes selections up to full selling strongth, filling up tho gaps as fast as our tables aro emptied. The rosult is wo outer tho Now Yoar with an unusually complcto lino of fresh win tor styles in SUITS AND OVERCOATS But now tho tinio for drastic action lias como. Every garmout on hand must go and wo aro proparcd to mako tho sacrlflco necessary for a rapid, do cisivo clear-away. In considering theso 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 onco. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremos! Clothiers. g------"'"--"- - ..- .. yyi tmv, ,. . .im . , p Hi w t -. PREPARING jiyamwmsaa FOR GIGANTIC CLASH ON GREAT EUROPEAN BATTLE FRONTS. w or. HERE AND THERE It you hare Irlendi vlsllinf you. or it you ar...

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. — 21 January 1915

WTTYYY x T I TT JI X X T? jijjiyy JijJtjy jrfcyyyf3iy yryy y t Afy yrfp tyil-j J. H H H H H Some New Arrivals! A. PUBLIC LEDGER SWEET PICKLED FIGS SMOKED FINNAN HADDIES DEVILED QUEEN OLIVES SMOKED RED SALMON SMOKED DLOATERS IPS i i? v hr r , J of '1 ;r; V ' ' WT ' WKf ' s-tf $$ POOR OLD DIXIEI Away down south, whcah dey all spit cotton, En do barroom's gone, but not fo'- gotton. Took away, took away, took away from Dixie Lind. Dls prohibition am a holy tcrrah, It's mado tho south ono great Sahara, Look away, look away, look away from Dbcio Land I Moore County (Tonn.) Hustler. MINISTERWEDS Rev. F. V. Harrop, Former Pastor of Third Street M. E. Church, Mar- ried To Miss Elizabeth Barth of Covington. It was with much surplice that the people of this city learned jestorday of tho marriage of Rev. P. W. flan-op, pas tor of Trinity M. K. church, Cotington, and former pastor of the Third Street M. E. church, tliis city, to Miss Elba both H.irth of Covington. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrrop were marri...

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. — 21 January 1915

'8 j '. m V7I7- f ' Xsr Vf rA ki v, .) , ) V 'j W S. F. Bf' '.-' . r If, 1? V v KIT , :v f.' 4H r. im" .-r , i t A l' VI .. w . If s'-. ?.' i k- . W THE PUBLIC LEDGER tfAIM-lXOMT 8UNDAT, rountu or JOLT, TIUNKSUIVINQ AND CimilTMAI. A. P. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN I EdUorsand Publishers f Dockland Lon Un 4Q. """'""ja.TfJFK B01 OUUxnca Telephone 'U. MATtiYatK. kt. MIINU, Huterta at Hie Mavuvlllc, Ky., 1'uilofficc nn nceouJ-clamalljiiiaUfr. auiibOuiruuMi-nr mail. Onr If ear... -. - - ? "" 1 Nix ltioiiitta- 5X llireo Hloutn .. DiCLlVKllKl) BY OAltlllKR, rer Huutli aUICrnU J'ayaftlt to Colltctor at end of Monlti, ALL SUBSCHirTlONS CASH IN ADVANCE. NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. THINGS HAVE CHANGED ABOUT THE SANCTUM. In 1857 the Ohio State Journal editor printed his thanks for u "Hue loaf of cake" placed on his desk by ladies of Columbus. It used to be the cus tom whenever there was a wedding or a big dinner, to send the editor a lot of cake, which he never failed to mention, lint nowadays in...

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. — 21 January 1915

I . B""S ' . - , , -,1111111 ii ii I II I I , I "' I ' ' IMST! ' ' " ' ni'li" WW ' I ' IU nlmmmitmmimmmmrmrrtmmmmmmmmmimmmmimmmmmmmammmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 4B '" fc o qjggMyMiiwPilMiMP iiw.miti " '"" "!; L-'ILL L1J LL, : n 1 ' . .. iu -u- . " ' ' " ' ' ' r"" ' " ' ' ' ' "" " d, ) I I I r r i i i . . . i.i ? lH Hi flHi jv Rt B ----i ---l H h ih W5,v'N 11 il ! 'JH I mm WK mm WM --! WW - " -m I - : -- ; - g .4 !i H -" JT . a ?0ffljr0 CnOfM F 0PINI0NS 0F distinguished yggg $L5- JjfifOr CfaIr I Americans on the lit- P. Spring first, liko infancy, shoots out her head, With milky Juice requiring' to he fed; Proceeding onward whence tho year began, Tho Summer grows adult, and ripens into man. Autumn succeeds, ?, sober, tepid at;e. Not frozo with fear, nor boiling into rage; Last, Winter creeps along with taidy pace, Sour is his front, and furrowed is his face. Dryden. MICKEY SHERIDAN VS. DAVE DANIELS. Flint, Mii-h., .lumiiiry 'J I. Tho local athletic club lias arranged a promising...

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. — 21 January 1915

s'W K;S- v ?- ';& - !' T- r HBp- jTiHIWi.' i it "MUiijjniuxsi WHEN WB QO ON RECORD WITH THE STATEMENT THAT THE VAL UES IN Suits K Overcoats OFFERED NOW AND IN THIS AL READY TREMENDOUSLY SUCCESS FUL SALE ARE POSITIVELY THE GREATEST WE HAVE EVER PRE SENTED TO THE PUBLIC WE ARE DEPENDING FOR CREDENCE "NOT ALONE ON YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT CONSTITUTES TRUE VALUE AND GREATER VALUE; NOT ON THE FACT THAT THESE ARE GUARANTEED CLOTHES, BUT ON OUR REPUTATION FOR VERACITY AND FOUR-SQUARE DEALING. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II you hive Mends Wsllini you, or il you ire (olng on a 'sll. please drop ui a not .0 that tiled. m r?iitiiiiifiiiunnlt1i Attnrnov X J. Ilnli- Mfi.. . ... . ... .... .. '.. ..... ... .,.. to, ' "ncsscy 01 .iugusia was a Msitur in me ir Ifv vnitniil'i v itii rnntn linnm frnm Flcmingsburg, where lie lias been at tending court. Mr. .Turned II. Jl.ill returned jester day from Winchester, where he was call ed by the. illness and death...

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. — 22 January 1915

If ( tttm I'" ITT ' 1 " "'-" ' """- - , - - r . . . .. . ... . ... .. . .. . , r f - ir r ii r i b i - Ti-T.r--- -- -- i - i 1 n i - K2H23 r " K TTTTTW.TTyTTTqFTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMT?????!??????? H " rf1 Some New Arrivals! PUBLIC LEDGER H SWEET PICKLED FIGS SMOKED FINNAN HADDIES DEVILED QUEEN OLIVES SMOKED RED SALMON SMOKED DLOATERS .1 1 ll&Wf f&$9 Wrw5 PJ" rBlv bAPi jI ixftm)f?4riRWPzz: it y 4 A, f t.hDoait-pp LYRICAL LIES. It grieves me, friend, to sot tho way You sacrifice youv lto.ilth. And somotlmcs ruin othc; lives, To gain r little wealth. Your happiness in lifo is not Dependent op your purse There's Joy in every working day, But riches arc a curse. Oynthiana Democrat. HUMANEJOCIETY Woman's Club Otters a Yearly Sub scription To "Our Dumb Animals" To Teacher Organizing One Tn order to stimulate interest in tlio prevention (if cruelty tn dumb animals, the Woman's Club oiler a early .sub Seription to "Our Dumb Animals," to tho teacher who will organii' n Ilu maiio Society i...

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. — 22 January 1915

WPgjpUBt'iC LEDGER Kpv- iiAitt xerr sunuat, toohtii or jolt, tiuxKaiviN MHK$ and ciimitimi. BgP A. P. CURRAN, K H. C. CURRAN, f ' " E'.:-r toal and Long Mn 4Q I R V aitnce Telephone '' u I HR$v PHP" KSK 5 Editoisand Publishers orrici niBi,?o MtDusn ntutDiNo, 'Hnttred nt the Mavvll!e. Ky., rqiloffice m ceoud-cla mall mailer. SVUSViaP'llONli-UY MAIL, ' nim Yuir.. Nix nonlli. .a uu . i ao 78 ujclivjsxxd ity oaxxixx, ! Mouth MlCeOU I'ayabli to Collector at end of Jtonti. AyLL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. PV &. He. (W r. $ REVIVING THE LYNCHING INDUSTRY. Along with tho announcement of u decline in the number of lyuchings in 1911 comes the news that a Georgia community has hanged four negroes at one fell swoop, thus giving the 1915 record a be-om- j ing send-off. Mouticello, Ga., is the place which has done it self the honor of staging a quadruple lynching. If there should be a continued decline in that form of lawlessness this year it will not be ...

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. — 22 January 1915

j r vf l - A I ' '" xy . (. ii, .i.i ji"nLLL LJLL I ' " t ' - -l-"-'-"-l-! L.' -.. ,;.,- ,m,- Yp"" a 'f -?1 --- jr. Vjf. There Is a Difference !"! . sra Take a Look at Ours. 3VC. O. RUSSELL CO. s fa -141 -. . M-t r 1 1 r JlH SB lili HHHI r w l' o fa y X SffffiP BAMLV! Friendship is a vaso which, when it is flawed by heat, or violence, or accident, may as well bo broken at onco. It can never bo trusted after. Tho moro grace, ful and ornamental it was, tho moro clearly do we discern tho hopelessness of restoring it to its former state. Coarso stones, if they bo fractured, may b comented again, precious stones never. TO LAUNCH SUBMARINE TENDER. Seattle, Wnili., .Tanunry 2i- When tho submarine tender Hiwlmell Midoi down the ways nt the yards of her builders hero tomorrow she will be christened by .MUs INi'iiline V. Ruh nell of I'll Cir.injje, III., n pre.it-grund-nieco of David lluslinell, who experi ments with underwater eraft during Rcolutioimr days and foreshadowed tho in cation of -...

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. — 22 January 1915

WTsTS tiarB'S.w-TR: . y&wwjwm !&: fT ' TA rcv,, i-i? 1 "S 's UrV I ,? I r Ati39iiBkYir 5 x ti - i V A !'' P .. y 3st 'k t' t y.. W ; ,'? : ,v' m v$ rewg ,- --- fiWii.iiwui i ' ! tfc...t.-i,.. . . -''"W. " WHEN WB GO ON RECORD WITH THE STATEMENT THAT THE VAL UES IN Suits g Overcoats ' OFFERED NOW AND IN THIS AL. READY TREMENDOUSLY SUCCESS- ' FUL SALE ARE POSITIVELY THE GREATEST WE HAVE EVER PRE SENTED TO THE PUBLIC WE ARE DEPENDING FOR CREDENCE NOT ALONE ON YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT CONSTITUTES TRUE VALUE AND GREATER VALUE; NOT ON THE FACT THAT THESE ARE GUARANTEED CLOTHES, BUT ON OUR REPUTATION FOR VERACITY AND FOUR-SQUARE DEALING. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE 1! you bare Iriendi vlsllinf you, or il you are folnf on a 'ill, please drop ua a not a that tiled. V; Mrs. I.ouis I'm so anil son George re turned yesterday to hor homo in Cov ington nftcr u several days' visit to Jicr parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. George , Schwartz of West Second street...

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. — 23 January 1915

tt. '." ' - j1 xiMfcrtrxwrTif rwiooMKwyuMOW . U.V dlitl S argjcf??!'sa y'"Fiii iji Mlll SH535i aayjywwgj., , ""V1 "-"-"''-, -' "- "U'-'-!.ll- VtTrfTTW I Some New Arrivals! I PUBLIC LEDGER SWEET PICKLED FIGS SMOKED FINNAN HADDIES DEVILED QUEEN OLIVES SMOKED RED SALMON m SMOKED BLOATERS vAl-3 J lb - ft''. GT lv V & I Ik. I r,V I -''!.. 'n m 4 'la r.f J? .Wl - Ok Jft ?j ' V". - if ' L E . . bh-tM-ln S -i . i . . .. . i - M" r YOU ARE IT. According to Omar Khayam, Hfo Is what wo mako it. Liston to him: "I sent my soul through the Invisible, Thcro of that after llfo to spoil. And by and by my soul returned and answered, 'I myself am hoavon and hell.' " WILL BEGIN REVIVAL AT VERSAILLES. Row 13. 0. 15. ilium of Lexington, presiding elder of tho MaysviUo dis trict, will Iie-jin a two-weeks' rovlvnl n. tho Methodist church iu Versailles Sunday morniug, assisted by tho pastor, Rov. V. L. Clark, l'rof. "W. H. Yates, a noted song leader of Marion, Ky., has boon engaged to lead the song serv...

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. — 23 January 1915

Vf, i ' Co ifo' Vf. Btf"' rar ! A i' if : i fcr it 1 r II' tf1 ttv k' k 1 ' .. " .1I.M.1HI J i fgMgBHCBWfg.Typ;' "f jy ETrTnTr-" fri' " ' '' "'- "'i-" TOE PUBLIC LEDGER uit.T-ifry S5ND.T, topbtb or 'O.J.T, ANil CIWHTXAl. VA.- P. CU WN. I . . l& H. C. CURRAN, N, J Ooclnil l.o du OltUDoe Telephone) no. 40. 1 "iotmm: untered t Che Mnvsvllte, Ky., rostofucc n t.ccoud-clas mail matter. 3U11!V111P1WN8-11 JMii. One Ymr mix .tlunlht. iurt, 3Iulli.. waa; kaat ijr UAkuucn,. Per Sl'iulU- i'aya(i (o Collector at end of ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ' NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. TOBACCO SITUATION AGAIN The tobacco situutiou iu the Burloy districts o Lii Kentucky was eousuicreu m ucxiutjiou j-rau-j at a meeting ""d thoughtful men ot practical ex perience und it is to be hoped that as a result of their deliberations there may come some relief irom the present distressing condition of affairs. Evidently there is something radically wrong with the tobacco market. ST ' ' With nu anuaren...

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. — 23 January 1915

fo I IIIIMlliI Willi 111 Mill n.y. TF T K"v ftWJfWW" "fwr ,r i rr --.? .. '-'yw-v II I III I I ' 'll.a'lW V (H' V "J 13. .-'' MU" r I ! IMIIWI IH M IW M Ml I lli'll ! ' ! !' II iiB ! i 1 1 i IIHIHMII'WI ! II il II ' ! ?irH.v M 'I ' j f v ., ' T WW tvv rff jsw5p .-", j 3t-ewi-. i "-Ttv-awr - i .am V f . ' - ,y 5MiWWIaM " r" " ' " t '" ffi "3 f f -r -n r Hi if hi fail There Is a Difference. Take a Look at Ours. jLN&jL. Cm- jI oo. , W)VyWWVFmVjT?W"''i' Il H H k HHi HHHH PHfln.HHflR k B h B B H HH Lb r;B HBw M b h---- j A2 SHOP E&Xi v-i 2$ ? rr, a .. f m M - I& ft v vf V ! ' v , 4 ' V r w WM ml 1 ALPHA NON SAYS. Courtship: Autos, bonbons, flowers, Nico two-dollar shows, Loving looks and golden hours, That's tho way It goes. Marriago: Street cars, picture plays, Mow and then a tiff. Cooking, scrubbing all her days Goodness, what a diff. WHAT'S IN A NAME? "Did tho looker-on at tho fight go homo in the interim J" "No, sir; ho went homo in tho am- -Baltimore American. Thomas S. ...

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. — 23 January 1915

&r p&s V ,fv ?..! ' bV W Mffi' V " 'I, - M' W. A$ 1 " .-ft' it- .-. .iv fci,.' l ' l TK v. &? V j O- ?'vs ft,' ri.j ' 4T.V - X-L w &;', . !( h tS A '? Y& W83- mi ,t- wW- :v' : '.'-'.. w fct- h ' . .. Jw, M WHEN WE, 00 ON RECORD WITH THE STATEMENT THAT THE VAL VES IN Suits s Overcoats OFFERED NOW AND IN THIS AL READY TREMENDOUSLY SUCCESS FUL SALE ARE POSITIVELY THE GREATEST WE HAVE EVER PRE SENTED TO THE PUBLIC WE ARE DEPENDING FOR CREDENCE NOT ALONE ON YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT CONSTITUTES TRUE VALUE AND GREATER VALUE; NOT ON THE FACT THAT THESE ARE GUARANTEED CLOTHES, BUT ON OUR REPUTATION FOR VERACITY .AND FOUR-SQUARE DEALING. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. 621,835 POUNDS SOLD Ycntcrday, Only Four Houses Reporting ' Market Was Very Activo and Prices Ruled High, Quality Considered. .'' ' - rtUY " n i i.i 1i .ina ft. linut F." . A' ruiny s iuu;u"i:u iiiin iwt .nci inu "..- tsWiIj? ' nf l. .tiitirn ii!lnn !lllli liriCL'S WOrO &r . . ........

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. — 25 January 1915

AubyfaCXiUf IS. 1 1" 1 llKLwg '' " m m? WmlM ShmBSBK .. t y:, i..r?f ' ISM' I" He1'" V, I" x. 'I "A! ' 5- 'Yt V-st'J v';'.' . Y ' .- -Vs. - ' '' 'if.'. jA' t ' . y; : v! i -VI VWV I , v .KfAJ WE U ' rvrfilfcr-. 1 . p PUBLK Hi LEDGER - I yj.iffitliCma& MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915. ONE COPY-ONE CENT. S Jut; V" '"' ' ' . EPITAFFY. Xiittlo Johnny had a purplo monkey Climbing up a yollow stick ; Llttlo Johnny licked tlio purplo paint off, And it mndo lil.n deathly sick, Thoy etirrod him up with calomel, Thoy tried to move ills liver; But all In vnln, his llttlo soul Was wafted o'er tho River. K. I. 0. BASEBALL LEAGUE Maysvlllo To Unito With Othor Large Towns In Strong Amatour Circuit For Coming Season. (Sunday's Cincinnati Enquirer.) Tho big sensntion in K. I. O. League circles last week was tho securing of Hippodromo Park by Podgo Wcihe, as this will fill out the organization nicely with such Clubs ns Wilmington, Con norsvlllo, Mnysville, Richmond and Brookvlllo ns...

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. — 25 January 1915

Editorsand Publishers MP'V yt m, .1, 1. .. m iiiiMi mi 4 - - -i -r--ir '-h 'i "","TrTrrff7 kIPHB PUBLIC LfiOQBR IHSp ' tit;,'1 ' " H9h& ANII TllMBTMi. Ww' ,' 1 i HP'VA. P. CUHRAN, ) I; H. C. GUfcRflN, 1 " " EE&-.,Lool!ind Lou Mn JQ I HE,r ' , . - Kr .wtn juinMOjwjortBn duildino, ATVltl.. KT. ntetsa m the Mnynvllle. Ky roitofTice n nceonil-cUm mall matter. 8VliSVklVU0XX-BY MAIL. One Vcnr. Hlx Monlli. .m - llinrAKitlttt DKIIYMRSD BY OARltlBRZ . nu 1 nu 73 Per Moulii. .aSICrnU 1'ayable to Volltetor attnd of Month, -ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. NO ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED FREE. REMARKS" ON 4 1 - VI fc re m. 'CONGRESSMAN BOWDLE'S WOMAN SUFFRAGE. Stanley Bowdlo of Hamilton county, in his speech in the House in opposition to woman's su fragc, said some very uugallant things and some things worthy of note. His speech was the fea ture of the whole discussion, unique and striking. lt was hoth applauded and hissed. "Women," said he, "have played a great and nohle part in - this wo...

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