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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 5 February 1915

-f VJ J a t rA l 1 " "MADE IN MAYSVILLE" .1 ",. AT CLEAN EASY - - 35c Each STAR -----' 35c Each SHAKER - - - - 35c Each BOSS 40c Each DAISY ------ 50c Each The Best Mad.e Brooms in America and are "Maysville Made" ,K$ ' H i, ' "" "" " " flH. lllk. . . H H . B. k. . H i k l k ' H I--b l H l b H h H h8I-B Hl L. i B H HI HE l H B H Hr flH Bi H AB B H H H VH . IBriMflHv faMflr B l H H ii H fll w. 1 W I V . TSwt FV, 5. . ' ' fi 4 I - iGfM .' .& " fit :r ti f'i 1 ' i v. . 'H ft.l RM.X P if Thoro aro so many things, best tilings, that can only como when youth Is past, that It may well happen to many of us to find ourselvos happlor and happier to the list. EUot. . FRITZIEJCHEFF Pawned $10,000 Gems To Dofraud Cred itors, Says Attorney. New York. An allidavit filed in the bankruptcy division of tlio District Court declares that l'ritio Scliefl. be foro filing her insolvency petition last j ear pawned $40,000 worth of jewelry and turned oer $ 14,000 north of pawn tickets to Charles H. Dill...

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. — 5 February 1915

$1 -, w 4 H ; t t j TKvr,Miyai-n-ijrr5'""'np"fffirr AltmimMMmmjmimiamMmvim wwwwm j nip iwiwiw.Wiy ?iT if i !w. W: 'V 5?-, f. E&." j k JR i" - W k fevgy;- ffc7' More Mark-Down Sale Facts THERE MAY BE SOME TOLKS IN Tins TOWN WHO ABE STILL STAN DING IN THEIR OWN LIGHT BY CONSIDERING THIS SALE OF OURS AS AN EFFORT TO MAKE A MOUNTAIN OUT OF A MOLE HILL. THEY MAY HAVE HAD SOME UN FORTUNATE EXPERIENCES WITH BUNK SALES OF WIUOH THERE ARE MANY. WE DON'T WANT THEM TO COME HERE AND BUY UNDER THAT IMPRESSION, BUT WE WISH THEY WOULD COME AND LOOK ,FOR WE'VE SOME CRITIC PROOF, MONEY SAVING BARGAINS, BACK ED BY OUR OLD-TIME GUARAN TEE OF SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK TO SHOW THEM WHAT WILL PROVE INTERESING FROM EVERY 'standpoint. i i IK 4 in. i.i ir MlllllCI HERE AND THERE II jroa hive friend Wjlllnf you, or II you are lolat on a ''jit. plen drop us a not .o inn euccb Mrs, Robert Fiekl'm of Mnysvlllo, who -waa called hero on account of tho death of nor brother, C. A. McLaughlin, left for homo Thu...

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. — 6 February 1915

1HIH vr a s:1 y ,tw; iji V m "i i TTTTfYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfyTTiTTiFi:??!?!????!??.:! I CRANBERRIES PUBLIC LEDGER h Special Price For a Few Days. Fancy, Bright Stock, jjj I Only 5 CENTS a Quart! t ih- Wi.' 'I. t f ; ,V'"V ( : 1,1 Yfttf. II m m S i s X I ,) I 7 k" jlIly rauua ijsjmmi-iwi MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. for had Bill Smith had only fifty cents And Jobless, too, was ho. Did Bill Smith spend that half booro To drowr. his misery? Not on your life. Bill Smith sense A want ad 80t ll,s dough; And Bill Smith now ho drives a truck Tor twolvo per wook or so. WEATHEHEPORT Kentucky Cloudy and colder Satur day; Sunday fair. Ohio Snow flurries and colder Sat urday; Sunday fair. HOMES SMITH Palatial Ohio River Excursion Steam Boat At the Maysvillo Wharf This Morning. Tlio new excursion steamer, Homer Smith, built nt tlio Howard Shipyards at .leflTorsonvillo, Jml., was at- the wharf hero this morning on its way to Point Pleasant, where tlio boat wil...

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. — 6 February 1915

' t . ' 'fir't' r 'V - H 'Vv; , ,r. && ' U? 1RHE PUBLIC LEDGER UAH.T Koirr OMDJkT, ounTit or JUtT, tiiankboitimo AND CUMRTXAS. r A. P. CURRAN, ) Hv C. CURRAN,' Editorsand Publishers Copal and Lop it Distance Telephooe No.40. orrioK runLio Lsnoxn bdildino, MATST1LLS. KT. ntered nt the Maysvllle, Ky., Poitofflce as nceoinl-cl mall matter. V; . V S: ' S Z- aUMVHlVUONS-liY MAIL, One Yenr m. . nix1 Month. .. ........ TnrMotilli .......................... OJCLIVXIIKU BY VAltHlKRu t 00 ........... 1 o l'er nonth.. JtalaH to Volltetor at end of Jfontt. ..aSICrnl iCV t ; i.vr 1JK4. Er. : "THE MATHEMATICS OF MURDER." ' Early in the war Lord Kitchener hud said that the struggle might last three years. "Whut seem ed a mere rough estimate becomes far more signiii- cant examined by the few statistics yet available, which show the wastage o war. Thus it seems fair to estimate that Germany has jiow in the field 3,000,000 men. France 2,000,000, Austria 1,000,000, Russia U,000,000. Eugland at...

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. — 6 February 1915

j "wimnF im mavuzumm & twmv-mmrm,- mam ivi rm M jp W M .- f CLEAN EASY - - 25c Each STAR 35c Each SHAKER - - - - 35c Each BOSS 40c Each DAISY 50c Each The Best Made Brooms in America and are "Maysville Made" MWtllJlft TO J. ' fP 1-"' & . Emt "' F " U-r" ''Ah .jj tt. UV LV e . " :' .? mi" 1'-X k' Mr l.u. ?,' ,' i f 5 1 i 3 c 1 IT WAS, NOW. Tboro was a young lady named Dock- Intl. Who Christmas morn, looked In her stocking. All sho saw was nor toes, Iter tiny pink toes, I assure you 'twas positively shocking. BECKHAMJOTES Cost 3 Aploco In Plko County Ono 01 Ills Workers Said That Is What Ho ' Prfld At tho August Primary. Flkevillo, Ky. Heekhnm votes sold for $3 a head in I'iko county on pri mary election day, in August, 11)14, ac cording to testimony given by John Kcatbley in the trial of alleged voto traffickers in progress hero. Mr. Keathloy wns introduced as tbe chlof witness against Cola Johnson, charged with nccopting u bribo of $3 for voting for Ueekham in tho August pri...

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. — 6 February 1915

'4.-V-" M '' T,' i"i, FY" w , , V'.ii J fc- Sf Pi.' nC k .j - e nv r. nk: l-J C- m ' More Mark-Down Sale Facts THERE MAY BE SOME FOLKS VIN THIS TOWN WHO ABE STILL STANDING IN THEIR OWN LIGHT BY CONSIDERING. THIS SALE OF OURS AS AN EFFORT TO MAKE A MOUNTAIN OUT OF A MOLE HILL. THEY MAY HAVE HAD SOME UN- FORTUNATE EXPERIENCES WITH BUNK SALES OF WHICH THERE ARE MANY. WE DON'T WANT THEM TO " COME HERE AND BUY UNDER ' THAT IMPRESSION, BUT WE WISH THEY WOULD COME AND LOOK ' FOR WE'VE SOME CRITIC PROOF, MONEY SAVING BARGAINS, BACK- ' ED BY OUR OLD-TIME GUARAN. TEE OF SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK TO SHOW THEM WHAT WILL PROVE INTERESING FROM EVERY STANDPOINT. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. 1609120 POUNDS Only Four Houses Reporting Market Ono of tho Heaviest and Most Satisfactory of Entire Season. Friday's salc3 on tho Maysvlllo to bacco market wero 009,120 pounds, tins total boing ono of tlio heaviest day's sales of tho season, Tho prices held up well itnd several crop...

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. — 8 February 1915

eaai TV9 ri ' JWT y- m W If!', VSHJ i t-t ,1 tv' ' 7XZZZZXZXZZttZXZZXXXl 8 CRANBERRIES PUBLIC LEDGER . "i Special Price For a Few Days, Fancy, Bright Stock. Only 5 CENTS a Quart! I i IS IVfKiM MfvAWrtll-l Y-KU4 i(. lllHiW 9HrB HwfvinK & JiEEp-: f" Vi ' & ' "Vfj ).. , w -r WR-Jlk" . j3?pBi f. ffl 1 Sir ' I I I vfltr m . 'La 4$,? HEAP MUCH TAIiK. Some pooplo talk from day to day Until mino oarc rebel; It soonis tlio more thoy have to say Tho loss thoy have to toll. WEATHERJEPORT Kentucky Fair today with unchang ed tomperaturo. SURPRISEDJRIENDS Miss Rletta Squires Married At Cov ington To Mr. Ray Melrose. Miss Riotta Squirei, n former Muys villo girl, and sister of Miss Ida Squires and n relative of Mr. and Mrs. W. . R. Archdeacon, all of this city, was quietly married in Covington Fri day to Mr. Ray Melrose of Chicago. Tho couplo have been lovers for tho past soven years. However, us tho brido aovcr intimated that an early marriage was probable, tho announcement came as u big ...

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. — 8 February 1915

. ""Vfi s V .1. v t ' , r 1'aL MMmmTiTTjtm" -'' 7" ii i" " "" ' ""' "i i " '" - ) - 'i --- -- -- - -I-- - ' '-..--. .-.v.. -I-,......-. - . . " ., V'-TTTT - -w ,'." '.."j.. ., . i n imi i JX1 m w y SPt . .: $- r. w' "$, . Yi y:tr . " ' r& P7- V' fr THE PUBLIC f.- milt ixoirr iuniiat, fourth or jui.t, tiunkmiivinu AMU OH HUTU IB. ?A. P. CURRAN, ) H. C. CURRAN, J t.jl ftVd L,onR VliUnce Telephone i i No. 40. OFFICE at the Mnyvltle, Ky., rosloftice ns auiisvitiriiuMs-JDY One Your H mix nuuitiK. ......... Tlirp .iiiniii UKUVKRKU BY UAIUUKR,', ier 9foutH....nM .... .... . unCVnls J'gyable to Colltetor at end of Montfi GOING AFTER THE JITNEYS. Plenty of people who lack the ability to see all sides to a proposition can be found to declaim the merits of the "jitney buses" which are competing with the street cars in not n few cities. Jn a period of general depression, when the average street car company is hard pressed to make both ends meet, the autobuses are cutting into revenues in an...

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. — 8 February 1915

77tSXgtP ? M-r;- i':1P h3J-X ilr j- 1F. AWrP A jW Ki W b I T.PW. y -F 9 W "75A ...lOV.KJ AKAJ UHMf" JW nfwf dvmrrwtiah vwiTHanni. i"Vi" wxr. .' vn ?v ' ' vrr smay'Y, 'v Ti ? ap' .' ... T. Pi- r'M'" -'-- -J. w i," C- WJEi P , n I"- i'IW'TT "Hir-'tllPTTH " " r TOKJT' n" k ( . J -' -V- .. K" W , 1 , ' .v. ' ' $ IT ' . ' i 'V -t ... , 233 iCfcgJiJfajWUfc ,. "MADE IN MAYSVILLE" Z?"L AT CLEAN EASY - - 25c Each STAR - - -SHAKER - - - - 35c Each BOSS - - - DAISY 50c Each 35c Each 40c Each .'4 The Best Made Brooms in America and are "Maysville Made'5 H. -?: 1 !, rf-i fSV: r,f. j fl'i. j.j v :.- . r-. H 'V ja v.tvi7n , -f$ tf. tea -.v,v 1' 41 . v mi r S v rj s . J Sk-S fy l--, My battered resolutions now I'vo tinkered at with caro. Patched up as well as I know how, Thoy Eeolu in good ropair, I'vo ronovated them throughout, Aid fixed thorn up in stylo, And now I think beyond all doubt, Thoy ought to last awhilo. Oourior-Journal. J .j.jj,.jj.JJJJJJ J j . LATEST NEWS OP THE J. .J THEATER. j .J. ...

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. — 8 February 1915

' ,t $? 1 .'it ft - . Pi fc. B & IV K 3 K 'A BY TALKING greater value-giving In good clothes ami by backing up our talk with ovon moro than mon oxpoct wo'vo not only suc ceeded In making this the leading men V storo of our community but in putting a noticenblo dampor on cheap shoddy morchnndiso all ovor town. By getting things up on this high level bj- showing yon how to uso tho '.flPt light wo succeeded in having it ' turiinil uiinn ourselves with tho result Ti that you convlnco yoursolf of tho su periority of GUARANTEED CLOTHES wo soil and especially at this tlmo tho xoducod prices gives you an opportun- Jlty. most gladly accepted by most iioiKs tno way tnoy are going. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville'sForemosI Clothiers. HERE AND THERE 11 you hiye Mends Tiilllnf you, or It you are I olof on a r'lll. plena drop ut a not .4hteltecl. Mr. Robort K. lloeflich returned Saturday from Eldrcd, Flu., where "he spont several weeks on tho banana and plncapplo plantation of his ncphow, 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. — 9 February 1915

L. - M p J n ci 0SVJ5F 41?1 i 1 -t nTWsrnrf1 -.t ,JC?v n R:?MTO5!K8W0p J w 'J, ' v. - ' - " n W1 iTC i EfV br.v i MU r.v '. U V5 I ' ' '- " k W mi ii ii iiTMii anrlli ill I w , ft f t .. fc! fciS I' iVJV' s v EAX if. H A. as- ft - .ii MJ,. j. M- i. "i j - 'j t VI 5 "-f 5 VhSf J "i s 4 M fmi m . it . i - , s t ; .fflg t PUBLIC LEDGER DAILY JPUhUO l,KlHIVO-l9 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1915 ONE COPY ONE CENT. r Mr. Groundhog, out ho camo, Took a peep, went back again. "An early spring wo'll havo," said he, "Because tho sun I did not soo." Portsmouth Times. HERE AND THERE II you hire friends vlsitlniC you, or II you tre foinf on a ' in. pict urop ui ool .0 that eftecl. I Rev. Hugh B. Wllhoyto nnil Messrs. .Tames II. Hull mul 0. N. Bolinger left yesterday to lYtteiul tlio Missionary Conference of tlie Bracken Baptist Con. ferenco at Mt. Sterling. Mr. Thomas Ort of Vnneoburg was horo yesterday on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Frances Ort, who is quite ill at the homo of her ...

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. — 9 February 1915

$ mf 3n ST vv rn v:- j-v tiW- .. r r r V px S EP ;. . : . ifa fcrv m 6rfi 3 m ,'.. rvr -v ?. V JJV vy, m ft it 'f. : yy XT, i ill J.V "A" J t. t r ' I -THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAILT UOin BBHDA.T, TOUHTU Or JUI.T, TIUNKaOlTIMO AND OUnlSTXAB, A. P. CURRAN, I H. C. CURRAN, I Editorsland Publishers GooMand Look QlsUocq Telephone No. 40. omen runuo Msnam buildino, MATRT1LLB. KT. ulered at the Mnysvllle, Ky., roitofnce tin second-class mall matter. avunvinrtiona-it y hail. One Year...... MIX Moulli. -Tbr Jloulli.... ..3 00 .. 1 BO .. 78 OJCLIVJCHKD BY OAJtM&R, rer Jloiitlu............-.-. an'ivntsi J'ayabU to Oolltetor at end of Month. MR, BRYAN'S NOTION OF A NEWSPAPER. Mr. Bryan told the members of the National Press Club in Washington that the people have no confidence in great newspapers "because they arc bijj enterprises too much influenced by big busi ness interests." It is the fact that great newspapers are "big en terprises," which prevents their being influenced by "big business int...

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. — 9 February 1915

m WTh HM(Wwffiv3fcPi1flHPHlHIB?' WH5f lAnnn j!sBB?(Ksi3BiLflas&j5yrTUTtMl f r - , kr r - v-i ( V, . . Tf ,v ' ' .,yi v ( j" "MABE IN MAVSVILLE" RL tf, AT CLEAN EASY - - 25c Each STAR - - - - SHAKER - - - - 35c Each BOSS DAISY 50c Each 35c Bach 40c Each ., The Best Made Brooms in America and are "Maysville Made'' Jf - t i ? j. i f x h?r J. r&' i r i- You will novcr know how many things you cnn bo glad for, until j's bogin counting your nolghbor's troubles. Insurance merger" completed Combined Assets of Henry Clay Great Southern More Than $1,500,000. and Tho merger of tho Groat Southern Firo liisuraneo Company of Louisville, with tho Henry Clay Firo Insurance Company of Lexington, negotiations for which have been pending for more than two months, amis consummated Saturday at Louisvillo when former Lieutenant Governor V. II. Cox of Maysville, an ho is president of tho Great Southern, attached liis signaturo to tho contract consolidating tho two companies. Under tho tonus of tho...

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. — 9 February 1915

trp V -,tv ": if r T-' . r ? -,ivn rti ti 4MMWV ... , 1 &f m t ft ' &' M t i.r V ; , i,' K"? - '.V V i ) ft A "i H . . f- A .' JS-, W - m ) .,; l'iA ft' I BY TALKING greater alue giving in good clothos mul by backing up our tnlk with ovon moro than men oxpoct wo'vo not only sue cocdod in malting this tho lending men's storo of our community but in putting a notlcenblo dnnipor on cheap shoddy .morchandlso all ovor town. t By getting things up on this high levol by showing you how to uso tho spot light wo succeeded in having it turned upon oursolvcs with tho result that you convlnco yoursolf of tho su periority of GUARANTEED CLOTHES Wq soil and especially nt this tlmo tho reduced prices gives you nn opportun ity most gladly accepted by most folks tho way thoy nro going. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. CHILDREN'S HOME Kcntucky Socioty Makos Appeal For 1 Homes For Unfortuuato Littlo Onos. To tho rrionds of tho Children: Onco more, tho Kentucky Children's ...

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 1915

WPWtrw -v ) f ) ' ZZZXZZZZf 4t 1-V A TL T T-k. " " . "Wk V VI 1 H CRANBERRIES PUBLIC LEDGER Special Price For a Few Days. Fancy, Bright Stock, Only 5 CENTS a Quart! I Br . & . , - ,j , . -V ' ' r f 1 - '7 A"-sV 'iHOf " "m!S'I ,.8JH J - V 7 U K -V'MI m 'H ' v "i . -I " II 4 It WMjIi Halifax i j T j Jl W I Is&M 1J.1LY VVBL1Q LEVai'lt-iV SAD BUT TRUE. Tho Eaglo said: "It's up to you, Oil, Dove of Fcacc, why don't you coo?" Tho Dovo of Peace said: "What's tho use? Thoy'vo got mo looking liko a gooso." Philander Johnson. WEATHER REPORT Forecast for Today Fair and warm er. NOTED HOME AT DOVER SOLD. Thomas L. Ewan & Company, real cstato agents, have sold for Mr. C. B. Black, liis homo in Dover, to Clifton Piles of Fleming county. This build ing was erected about SO years ago, is a two-story brick ami was formerly tho homo of tho lato Langhorno Tabb, u pio neer tobacco merchant and father of Mrs. Thomas P. Anderson of Point nu YioW. The building in it-, dnvs was tho sceno of n r...

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 1915

j" w Vv 79- -A- M? .& v 'A,sft l' &.) ; V "Cra K Lf-uL- VU-Ajt- Sl& Lv- A v : r ll r" e; m Ptf 7 U' Bv a -& 1 f. V- :v. rX $t? RV ME PUBLIC LEDGER milt iscivt tinnT, roontn or jult, THAKRaoivwa add cnmrrxAS. A. P. GURRAN, ) Jt ".m . ntmn.M I n. o. VjURJwvti, j - - Editbrsiand Publishers Coo&l add Long , gisunoa Tipbon NO. 40. orrioK rouuo lvdosii buildiko, VAmriLLS. RT. tilered at the Maysvllle, Ky., Poitofllce an ceoml-olim mall matter. 3UMVJtirilONS-BY MAIL. On Ycu.r Nt MoU- ... Thrte JInntli. f 3 00 ...... l no ...... 75 DXLIVKRBD BY CARRIER, Per Mouth-..... a5Jcnl rayabU to VolUctor at tnd ot Month THE IMPENDING DEFICIT. It is not surprising tluit the Democratic lenders arc in a hurried and perturbed conference over the "prospect of a great deficit from government oper ations in the coming fiscal year. They arc con sidering a lower income tax exemption and va rious economics. All this sounds familiar. The government is not only costing more, in city, state an...

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 1915

V J S' a V i "MAIIE m MAYSVILLE" Jf CLEAN EASY - - 26c Each STAR 35c Each SHAKER --- - 35c Each BOSS 40c Each DAISY 50c Each & The Best Made Brooms in America and are "Maysville Made" i Iv mEn '. rk -J '?:. . tta- ,.('1 h '. -UfflftSi 'T. . u y ' We Want Every Family In Town on Our Subscription List "If.thero is a flaw In tho marblo, Sculptor, do your best. Tho Joy is in tho ondoavor, Loavo to God tho rest." ' HEARING ON WORKMEN'S COM PENSATION. Raleigh, N. C, February 10. To as certain the views of all interested par ties a committee of tlio North Carolina Legislature held a public hearing today on tho proposed workmen's compensa tion law. Tho hends of the North Caro lina Manufacturers' Association and tho North Carolina Federation of Labor .ncro among thoso heard in support of the measure. VOCATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN. Madison, Wis., February 10. Nu merous women who havo distinguished themselves in various lines of humnn endeavor were present today at tho opening of tho fou...

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 1915

Tnr-y 'i ivA'' rr.:f ::wBrJww pv 7- T " . i ' . W . A W' .. -Jra-i WY KVJ' KV.. L& " IS. " 1 v' ?' ' , &. ,", o i?T hfr fe I-.V w - OJ & WU P BY TALKING greater aluo giing in good clothes and . by backing up our talk with oven more than men oxpoct wo'vo not only stic- coodod in making this tho leading men's storo of our community but in putting a noticeable- damper on cheap shoddy "morchnndlso all ovor town. By getting things up on this high level by showing you how to uso tho spot light wo succeeded in having it turned upon oursolvcs with tho result that you convinco yourself of tho su periority of GUARANTEED CLOTHES 'wo sell and especially at this timo tho reduced prices gives you nn opportun- t ity most gladly accepted by most folks tho way they aro going. M Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE It you hiTe Irlends rlilllni you, or II you iro f oln on r'lli, pltix drop us a not .a that tiled. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kirk havo ro turned hom...

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 1915

TOff7 BW hi ?.a .ri ? k.m9w.L ; -Jr Si WHi ""i: & ill 79, v ,9dE" - , tf; v-w. T', 7''T' ,V ' 71 . . y ' '. j WTTTTTTTTTTTTTWTWWTWJTyjWIIWTWTTSWWFyT-j CRANBERRIES K v PUBLIC LEDGER m 2 Special Price For a Few Days. Fancy, Bright Stock. " Only 5 CENTS a Quart! m .iras i jl'nCKTw mwawjmIBI -vaxV?L AJBAfvSfs IWfrv 1HK(i Bill IhWbViKrI- 6 tjf. s r ; i v I-J j - IT .. -j mMMAAA" WXKKLY RRPCTiMVAH-iat DAILY rOX UO LEVOEB-tm OUCH! When dentists inquire if anything hurts, You're gagged bo you can't say a word, Bito off his thumb or kick at his turn You'vo got to bo felt if not heard. Loulsvillo Horald. WEATHERJEPORT , Kontucky Fair and warmer Thurs day; Friday fair. Ohio Fair and warmer Thursday; Triday probably fair. Sim roo today at 0:39 and sots at 5:30. Moon rises at 5:3S. WITH THE SICK. Mrs. Sudio Enuis is reported quite ill at tlio homo of ber parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Oeorgo Schat7innnn in Lexington street. Undo Billy Daugherty, former City Assessor, is ablo to bo out agaiu after a w...

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 1915

i -)i :K ? fi. Mv F kK H!hs "XH.E PUBLIC LEDGER " - - " l" ' UAttT-lXCIPT 10NIUT, TOOnin OF JOLT, TIUNKiatVINII AND OnniRTMA. ..raK. Ed"ors'""d ""?? Otstftiee Telephone ' HU" I ti ntered ot the Maysvllle, Ky., Postofflcc as eceoml-cUn mall mutter. aamcuii'Jioyn-n y mail. ,f nc.Yrnr..... -f MIX piuuiua Tliree jlnntlie - OKLIVlillKD BV VAltlllSS,. Per Moiilh......-..... aolOnU Payable to Collector at end ot it anlA. THE ENGLISH SABBATH. It mny not occur to the average neutral that a people supporting armies to fight buttles every day in the week would quibble over the morality of reading newspapers on Sunday. Yet the people of Great Britain are in the grip of a controversy cov ering the point. Before this war broke out Sun day newspapers were unknown in England. Des pite nil the protests, similar in tone and text to those once employed in the United States the Sun day extras are meeting with public favor and we are willing to risk the prophecy that they will continue and become perman...

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