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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 11 February 1915

I HMWBPS!$SMm8laSP'JWffi vi5?v, ,' ,f o "MADE m MAYSmtLE" IVML 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' n k V, ;-r; " f i ' . "-' ' , ,' "V -----0- f-KMMMv aMBMMMMk HflH H '. k. . a hl 'H JB -.Hk. h a. 'j. .H .H . m. R 'B d H BH B iH bbbbbbbbH bH bbbY EbbI bbbHbbbbB .Ha (1, "E If '. y .C VI nw a r m E ft lfW .'iii ) -Ml I liv IS H m " m Si fo ' .. .( The Enterprising Merchants Represented In This Paper A ADVERTISE Because it Pays Them 1 1 VTho law of worthy Hfo is funda mentally tlio law of strife It Is only .through labor and painful effort, by grim onorgy and resolute courago, that wo movo on to hotter things. Theo dore ltooievelt. FUR PELTS Lot of 25,000 Is Shipped East From Glasgow. t , Glasgow, Ky. A local firm is about to Slilp to eastern markets two carloads di pelts of fur-bearing animals. Tlio pelts nro -.1,000 in number null are said to constitute the largest ...

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 1915

w ' ( N i' 7 ' iOi w J ' ' ' ''ft ft I A . IT n- f&4 & L 'IS . i. M? m fJUr ft. V "Df ! at tk ti 8r E NEVER LOOK UPON A patron of this Llvo Storo morolv as n oustomor, but 4iathcr ns a conuolssuor ono who !, knows; ono compotcnt to criticize, con X'aor' and choose. t , JNnturally, wo take justifiable pride In j such an Intelligent clientele, oomposcd as it is of individuals who do not mint clothes that ro just clothes, but n par , tlcularly distinctive and distinguished kind of clothes. ,Wo solicit tho oppqrtuulty to show our now Suits and Overcoats at reduced jv jjwkus iu miwu wuu uro sagacious in their clothes solcctlons. $7.50 to $18.75. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II you hare Irltnds Willing you, or II you ire folnf on r'lli, pleaie drop us a not .0 that effect. Mrs. A. L. Mcrz leaves today for Now Orleaus, La., whoro sho will en- ,-joy n month's visit with relatives and frionds and will attend tho Mardi Gras. a Miss Knto Gary o...

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 1915

I 3V.' 10 M i " s .w m -'mr P m 4&J Mil? 1 ''"1 m I? r 1 1 if ' '5 i vl ' 5 ' J ? I 5 A ) H "$hB 5" M ' ?&JK A' ;JJE t fi F W5TM. I $ Lives of gTc.it men all romind us, As their pages o'er wo turn, That wo're apt to loavo behind us, Letters that wo ought to bum. WEATHERJREPORT THE WEATHER. , Forocast For Kentucky and Ohio To day cloudy and somowhat colder In tho north portion; Saturday unsettled, prob ably rain. Sun roso this morning at C:G8 and sets at 5:31. Moon rises at G:18. JUDGE BLAIR'S SON And His Pal In Jail Horo On a Ohargo of Stealing a Valuablo Gold Watch. Lato yesterday afternoon a call came to police headquarters from tho East End from a man giving tho nnmo of Charles Scandlis, who said that ho had been robbed of a gold watch by Georgo Blair. Oilicer William Tolle was imme diately sent to iuostigatc the matter. When ho got to Curmcl street he found the viotJin, a young Greek, who told the officer that ho and his wife owned a restaurant in Portsmouth anil that sh...

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 1915

2-W Ja" W A:V mmfmmm m mmji n - jc M ,qm n i.i ii-" i i IV WE PUBLIC LEDGER IA.T XOpPT BOKPAT, rOOJlTU Of JOLT, TUAWU01YIN0 AND OIIMSTXAS. 1. - t l , l .' ' f t rC"uu. " "" publishers fc 4 ' ii ornojt rtJDMO lkdokh bcildiiju, ATRTILLI. KT. ntered at the MaysvlUe, Ky., Fotlomce n Bceond-ciiim mall matter. SVIlaVUU'IlOHS-Ui' it.llu. lit' -ar tai ntuiitii&- . riirci .nonlhi.. UaUVKUKD liX iVARHlHB, ...a o ... t ao ... 75 for JloiiUi... ,'4SlCent r' 1'avablt to Volltctor at tnd ot ilontn. y -, 8 ?r' ., ' V- w.- dvl K WHY DO PROSPEROUS PEOPLE HAVE THE BLUES? ' The secretary of the Sclma (Ala.) Chamber o Commcrco recently took a little trip in the country to secure some first hand information ahout farm ing conditions. Tho first farmer interview "was very blue," and some effort was made to inquire into his exact fi- nancial condition. It was found that he had a ' large cotton crop on hand, but at tho prevailing prices one-half the cotton crop would put him en- ' tirely out of debt. He...

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 1915

f.-v : - :f$. f i, J '.-v" ii i' li: Liz ... - - . z- III f;F fc :v : j. vf V V- &4" ' s , .1 If: aC n iw , i5 r " 'V Ir ' UF u "V nv T. A Classy Letterhead Doesn't Cost Much Ask Us Tho man who prides himself on giving othors "a pioco of Ills mind, ' novor so cures any poaco of mind for hlmsolf by tho process. DR. jCROSSFIELD Hoads Church Organization Transyl vania President To Ovorsco Pay mont of Funds To 20 Schools. Indianapolis. Tho Board of Educa tion of tho Disciples of Christ will bo incorporated under tho laws of Indiana. The organisation will have control of tlio distribution of all general finances of tli0 20 educational institutions sup ported wholly or in part by tho Di sciples of Christ church. I?. II. Cross field, head of Transylvania University nnd tho Collego of tho Biblo at Lexing ton, Ky., h president of tho board and T. II. Uramblett, president of Bethany College, is vice president. Tho offices of the board will bo in Indianapolis. ITEMS FROM THE RIPLEY BEE. Dr...

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 1915

" H Lr. T : . tW K- : m v Vf. ft rwt1'''' ' ill 1 mat - 1 'MIWi'PiWltWMIa WE NEVER LOOK UPON A patron of this Livo Storo moroly as a customor, but ratlior as a connoissuor ono who ' knows; ono compotcnt to critlolzo, con dor and chooso. Naturally, wo tnko justifiable prldo In euoh an Intolllgont cllontolo, compose 03 it is of individuals who do not want clothes that aro just clothes, hut a par ticularly distinctive nnd distinguished tM'i(fot clothes. Wo solicit tho opportunity to show our now Suits and Overcoats at reducod prices to thoso who aro sagacious in their clothes selections. $7.50 to $18.75. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II you hire Irlendi rliltlnf you, or II you ire folnf on r'slt, pleaie drop us a not o thai cited. "Jim Crunlet " (Mr. James Cran loy) of Cincinnati, has been in Mays vlllo soernl days, a guest at tho Con tral Hotel, Ho is ono of tho brightest copy cats in tho business, rivals Luko McLuko in style. Seo this issue 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 1915

)-. 3R2 ' v '7 i,:M : '? ' i V T H. -ffi .l.l-'."IU,'iM" . l-U'Sfiai.mLfJ CRANBERRIES PUBLIC LEDGER Special Price For a Few Days. Fancy, Bright Stock. H Only 5 CENTS a Quart! IaFCTm M(vrclfli "tftGulT &.v'i' 'Ml- 5 jsr,v 1: . -j" m ' K . 'A RV (SHMR i?'VL &fl ' a JM i ' B8B8 i aHHr. i i m VAMyl iSt: liwJ Hf&MBKJiv - PHKKJ.J tUSPCVJ.iOAtt-WI .MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915. ONECOPYONE CENT. w- When Rastus Johnsing's son arrived, Ho lookod Just llko his poppy. In fact, tho doctah dono declared, Ho was a carbon copy. MRS. ELIZABETH RYAN Wifo of 'Squlro John Ryan, Called To Rest Good Woman and Leaves a Largo Family. Mrs. Elizabeth llynn, wife of 'Squiru John Ryan, died this morning nt :MU o'clock at her home in Cast Fourth street, aged 51 years. Sho is survived by her husband and seven children. They are: Sister Mary Eusticp of the Lorretto order, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Provlsand John Ryan of Oin. cinnati; Margaret, Isobcl, Edwnrd-nnd Patrick of this city. Mr...

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 1915

SVwMMHffBNS'f!' i frffijSjfrry m? .w1 f$r!? &4 ' - IwSv'' r a-Mm M7wyr " I rv: .k 5 I 1 I I m .. Mi i ten) ii tZZZ w BL if. At , $ M i STWE PUBLIO LEfo(5ER lUl&T KCHT 80MDAT, rODITll Of JULT, AMD CUH18TMAB. C-n fpN 1--Editdrnd Publishers kH.-c. curran, i t pttffieT.onl no. 40. i w" - ntered at the MaysvlUe, Ky., Fostofflcc a ceoml-clM mall matter. svBauiui'i wm-ur m.ul. Ode Tfcnr nix iriuiiin-. Tnr jiiiiiOi.. D&UVKtlBD BY 0A.11R1SB, Tc'r Month ..a:cul I'ayablt to Collector at end ot JfontA. tfHE-SONG that becomes a dirge. ver hear the tuno o Tipperary. v -Everybody ims. i Not only in this country, but &'h'as heard Tipperary. It is a jolly old lilt and it stirs . Mi 1 .. how niauv hearts avih grow suu uu same song? ! "When we think o the boys irom tne uogs, - marching sturdily forth bidding Norah and Biddy 1 t'goodblc, and inarching to light the Germans, the rbong becomes a dirge. fc It's "goodbye Tipperary," for many a good ltul Mtlmt left his job in the Emerald Isle...

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 1915

; , ''-' ' '"-i - -t -1 Tl 11 ---- a A Mil I II '""" " : 'flB V '- vhfc $ 4J .. 'f ? . v v, '.A.i fc iA Classy Letterhead I Doesn't Cost Much -Ask- Us , Great -Is solf-donlaL .Lifo goes all to ravels and tatters whero that ontcrs not.' Carlylc. NEWS FORECAST FOR TIIE COM INQ WEEK. Washington, Fobruary 13. Presi dent Wilson has been invited to attend tho annual momorinl exercises in honor o tho dead of tho, battleship Maine, which will be- held in Arlington, nation al cemetery on Monday, tho anniversary of tho blowing up of tho vessel in Ha vana hnrbon It was the original in tention to hold tho dedication of tho Maine memorial on that day, but a dc lav in tho completion of tho work has caused tho event to bo postponed until spring. Public healings on freight rato in creases proposed by railroads west of tho Mississippi river, which wero sched , ulcd to begin in Chicago Monday, have been postponed to March 4, according to announcement made by tho Inter stato Commerco ComniiHsion. 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. — 13 February 1915

SK Ptr m: W N- "fyv fv :-..?. ;' J"! ft vs -o, jV - w lv ., p . ri . Ifefv & ft , V. v (.'. .' y fry ;W ' !.c j? -, " LT L tt r' w Hv.y i'jV fe h.79 LI fir- WE NEVER LOOK UPON A patron of thts LIvo Storo inoroly as a customor, but rather ns a counoissuor ono who knows; ono compctont to criticise, con sor and choose. Naturally, wo inko justluablo prldo in such an intolligont cllontolo, composod as it is of individuals who do not want clothes that nro just clothos, but a par ticularly distinctive nnd distinguished kind of clothos. Wo solicit tho opportunity to show our now Suits and Overcoats at reduced prices to thoso who aro sagacious in tholr clothes solecticnis. $7.50 to $18.75. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvilie's Foremost Clothiers. HERE'AND THERE II jrou hire Mends vlilllnj you. or It you are f oln on r'lll, ple.ie drop ui a ool 0 that effect. Mrs. T. II. Scnteuoy of Birmingham, Ala., arrived Thursday oti a visit to her mother, Mrs. R. P. D. Thompson, who "has been quite sic...

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 February 1915

ZXFfZXXZttZttZZZXZZZfZf2XSi -W'''' PTTDT Tf flKOVri T ITTlP1!?!? I CRANBERRIES I i ,.' t U J Jul V A4v";P JjHj U vJJQJ JLL 1 SPcclal W R F Days. Fancy, Bright Stock. 1 Only 5 CENTS a Quart! DINGER BROS. -J HDB ---------.-------- - im,mmt ., .-- - ! . , , .!, m"i-Www.mW.WW..,.i., , . i !"- I H. L, r . ,i .. ' r Li - f "i jJ . m l 4 s WX- ' xuitrroaua csjmkb-is8 kT' i ' LEADING RCTAIIERS tOt West Second St. ' MpTOSy', 5v iWctSFv, Cr S7 In about four hours removed to Hays- llfl I Ulll. I 10 DUMLU lm 4 - V J J& The roason why it does not pay To moot your troubles half tho way Is that they ofton como disguised And so may pass unrecognized. SUIT F0R1fl,OflO Piled In tho Mason Circuit Court Sat urday By Charles Gates Against tho 0. & O. Railroad. Saturday, in tho Miison Circuit Court Charles Gates filed suit against tho Chesapeake & Ohio railroad for $10, 000. Tho plaintiff stated in his petition that on or about November 13, 1014, wbilo riding with a couplo of friends on a C. ...

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 February 1915

,f irv )'"' r ''i -$f ,6j ' H v If. c u . H3- &.j. vr W & &1 ft ," Tf . J - fcS THE PUBLIC LEDGER ! ' ' III UAILT IXCPT IOHDAT, TOOntlt or JOLT, tUAHKBOIVIMO v AND CHItlBTMAS. a;?, curran, h. c. curran, 1 Editors:and Publishers i, OUUno Telephone '" u I matbtilh. kt. JT" - ntered at the Mnysvllle, Ky., Poitofflcc nceomlclnss mall maltcr. kx'- - avusvmriioxs-DY HAIL. One Vr Mlv RllllltllL. TlirvvMonlh.. DELIVERED BY OARHISS, l'cr Montli - Payable to Collector at tnd of HARD TIMES AND THE TOBACCO MARKET. Towards the close of 11)1-1 a crimp was put in r'Uio production of manufactured tobaccos in all us brandies, inoi iur ynu-s " t i.iv.rf shown such a falling oft' in the output of the man ufactured product as during the months of Oc tober and November, 101-1. In the former mouth small cigars was the only one of the six distinct branches of which a greater quantity was turned out than in the corresponding month of 1913, while in November, the month following, all branches fa...

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 February 1915

- IV 7 .' . ' " " 1 i 3 . JraST exjt DRDV UAO 10 CIUPCDC farm news feom official to try woman on serious ljsan b.anthony remembered western rate hearing post, kicked him in keg factory. 'JSm wl h) ""'' " ' ' "'UtnO SOURCES FOR THE BUSY CHARGE. PONED ' 'IB Jk UU xuua xur uuuu iuoiiBuio ouuwb uj vi.ij iuu, jiu., i curuary ij. .urs. memory or ausan j. Aiunony. wno prou- riilon r.il.r.mi... t; imi t,o. t -n .1 t. ,. ... H Neutrality Is Jolted hard, And sots a jar, Whon felines gather In tho yard Discuss the war. PATROLLING THE ICE FIELDS. Washington, February 15. Accord ir.g to announcements of tho Hydro graphic Ofllco the coast guard cutter Soncca today begins tho usual winter ico patrol cruiso off tho Grand Banks of Newfoundland. For tho noxt two months or longer tho crew of tho Sen eca will bo engaged in tho arduous and dnngorous mission of patrolling tho ico fields and announcing tho imminent nonaco of tho icoborgs. Ships at sea will bo notified by daily radio messages of tho presen...

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 February 1915

ft li (V ! VM ifiV VJ 5 . . '' H" fl-y . , J vViffclM. "e. .iM jlli T"iJ ' 4 1 . TT Jit r f- - V CM ' f" W ( fcV,. W . if s&. m r. U: & fC- jf. A w w Double-Cut Price . A Sale Within a Sale hi" Duo to tho tromomlou mronds mndo (Vm our stookH ns tho result of price ro- duotiohs In our grout clonn-up snlo, wo aro forced to disposo of some slxty-Avo 'ior jsoventy suits nnd overcoats from tho i'lbottor grades, our ndvertisod unro- striated oholdo now being impossible. 1 First comers tomorrow will bo first ', served. J'f" Snn nml S9.fi RnH-n nnH nunrrnatfl t Tw- ,, .... ...... -.-. Solo Prices $18.75. DOUBLE OUT PRICE $15.00. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. V, ft .! ' HERE AND THERE II you hT friends tIiIHoI you. or II you ire oln( on a r'tlt, please drop ui a not .o Ibat tiled. at Mrs. Alico Yazell of East Second street left yesterday afternoon for Co lumbus, Qa., whoro sho will make quite au extended isit to lier daughter. Mr. Myron (3 rote of Vnnceburg ...

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 February 1915

fr I 1 Tf ' . W t-j . fr.' ' -h ,- i fc fc ' fev BO" - !a- i"V V v I f v V m a: St - 9. tf .. . -J-v. '' 'iSSLJ i 1 , A -Mlttffhpri 3 . .. TOM . JV" I " "' .MtHKiJ VAIL JPVBLia LEDOKB-Un $f $74fc. " 8ald tllQ Rovorond Jaboz McOottou: IK'fcftf "That waltz Is tlio devil's bogottcn." " ajSi" Said Jonos to Miss Ely: BUffi- V "Novcr mind tho old guy; jm'i To his kind almost everything's rot- HRvv '' ' James Montgomery Flngg. -JL. GERMANTOWN FAIR : W$fc ' The slxty-flrst Annual ExhibiUon Will MOft Bo Hold This Year August M- ''' 25 To 28, JSP," At tlio regular annual meeting of tlio w' " stockholders of tlio Qerniantown Pair uk Company, tlio following directors and k - " officers were elected: ' t BjL Mason County D. A. French, Thomas jl?' ' Molloy, S. A. Frnzeo, Dr. .1. C. Brown- 3ng, John Wnllingford, J. E. Bouldin, E. C. Slack, M. C. Kirk, Dan II. Lloyd, Harry Smoot. Bracken County G. T. Hoynolds, T. J. Taylor, T. K. Robertson, W. C. Met calfe, Perry McDowell, C. D. Asbury, Frank Colli...

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 February 1915

(4 R'Jr K . . rf tf ","' R-M " & THE PUBLIC LEDGER , OULT-UCBr? .UNDAT, FOURTH Or JOLT, ANf OlinUTMAS, fA. P. CURRAN, ( H. C. CURRAN, 1 OLUoc. Telephone U. " bT ntered at the MayavlUe, Ky., Poitomce a f SUVbVUiriluyS-liYMAlL. ttnv Ywir ... -..- ".y "" Mix month. .. ................". . Tlirv Mouth. ........................................ DKLIVK11ED BY OAIllllJCS, 'er Month.... ...... -.. ..llcenU iYipa6' to Colttctor at tud of Monti HAIR RAISING, BUT INCREDIBLE. Dr. Arthur Tacquin, physician to the Bolgiim King' and surgeon of tho Rod Cross ambulance in .nlH3 Royal Palace, is a man of impressive titles It is hard to doubt his veracity. But it is even morn difficult to believe his statements that Ger man atrocities in Belgian have ample oi systematic savagely, in which officers " have figured as directors of revolting orgies. One' of the more printablo of tho surgeon's stories of events at Dinant is as follows : "A heap of dead bodies, mostly of women, somo entire ly nude, -was ...

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 February 1915

fl " rc K , fx s. iL VS. W? fct "'V t- Ir JwIj ., M- ' B'. C' 'Hj. . , u &- . " '13' .( 'V . f ' Ml ' n w ft " f ' " . & 1 m Tho roally good sclf-mado man knows ho's got a lot of work still to do, no matter how complete tho Job looks to others. $. A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY .J. . .h-J. H-M-H-M-i Ono Hundred Years Ago Today. 1813 Tho news of peaco with Orc.it Britain sprcml throughout tho eastern states ami was received with trans ports of joy. Everywhere the school and shos wero closed, wliilo Anurl can ami British flags wero hoisted it. honor of the event. Seventy-flvo Yoars Ago Today. 1S40 Henry Wnttcrson, the famous Louisvillo editor and political lcade", was horn in Washington, D. C. Fifty Yoars Ago Today. 1S05 Tho advance of General Sher man's army reached the bank of the Congnrco, opposito Columbia, S. C. Twenty-flvo Years Ago Today. ISnO William J. McAlpinc, noted ciil engineer, died nt Staten Island, N. ' Y. Born in New York City, April 30, 1S1U. Among other important...

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 February 1915

'"? V fc y'J, lit "r 7 " ' j , 1W9S 1 'fir-. SmTV i r w w c fr-. w ' ' Double-Cut Price A Sale Within a Sale i Duo to tlio tromondous inroads mailo on our stocks as tho rosult of prico ro- . - ductlonB in our gront clean up snlo, wo .' nrn tnmnA in ilUnnsn nf SOU1Q slxtv flvO , -.., J v or sovonty suits ami oorconts from tho bottor grados, our advertised unro striotcd choice now boing imnoniblo. First comors tomorrow will bo first served. , f $30 and 525 Stilts and Ovorcoats Sold Fricog $18.75. DOUBLE OUT PRICE ?15.00. lieu! ri. Frank & Co. ttaysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. OOTTAOE PRAYER MEETINGS. Cottngo prajor meetings in conjunc tion with the I'orcHt Avenue M. E. Oburoh rovivnl unices will bo lu'lil to morrow niortiiny at JO o'clock at the following homes: "Mrs. 0. X. Hurtling, Forest incline. K Mrs. A. V. Felts, East Second street. OITY MISSION'S GOOD WORK. Tho City Mission is having nn nil day sewing today for the benefit of tho Mission. Three hundred garments were distribu...

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. — 17 February 1915

U&VftsJEfcSffi :s : 1 r.y IM1INM ' 1 Pitted Red Cherries 1 Fine For Making Pies. 1 ? : Special, Per Can - - -' LEDGER 4V '''W,)PJH. ""'""", ,"1 WBKm!s; H JMf- tmmv I , ' Si- XVv. ft-' 1 w. ' -l . itr-' . 4-- W"" v wm p, d ? I 74 1 I V J I u 1 J" 7i "". 1 llfll I I I II I . o3 Go ring tho merry wolkins Yes, go and ring 'ora twicol Tho plumber's getting even with Tho man who sold him ice I DIED ATJOSPITAL Young Man Comes To This City To Sell Tobacco and Is Stricken With Paralysis. Mr. Dewees McCarty, young son of Mr. anil Mrs! Marshall Mc Carty, brief mention of whoso illness was made in yesterday's Ledger, died yesterday morning at llayswood Hospital after having been striekon with paralysis tho night boforo at tho lodging house of Mr. Sid ell at the corner of Forpst avcuuo and Union streets. Mr. MeCarty and his brother, Mr. John McCarty, had como to Maysville to sell their tobacco and had delivered it at tho Homo warehouse. After re tiring at their lodging liouso tho young er Mr...

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. — 17 February 1915

VAU' WM .. , T i j jtu: . "V. THE PUBLIC LEDGER DUCT- zoirr iDNDiT, muivTii or jolt, tuakuiviho AKU CnniBTMAS. 1 V A. F. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN il Edltorsjund Publishers boatl tod bonjr OUUnoe TeUpbono No. 40. ornox roBLio LBoain buimiinu, MATStlLLC, KT. ntel at the Mayivllle, Ky Poitoffice as accoml-dau wait matter. SVltSVUirilOHH-OY MAli. Ono Year. ...- ............... nix Jtluntht. ............ Tltrce Mnnllia UJthlVKRSO BY OAltlllSB, Per Monlh.... .- MJCwnla VayabUto tlolltctor at tnd of Mont t no 7I V fS k"S Jf K m m & CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL BENEFITS. Soino figures which indicate the beneficial effect of rural school consolidation are given by Prof. J. B. Brown, Superintendent of Public Instruction in Hamilton county, Tennessee, in au interview pub lished by the Chattanooga Times. ''Prof. Brown, takes the reports from 12 average counties which have 45 consolidated schools, the enrollment of which, under the old system, was - 4,129, and which showed under the new 5,138, or, an inc...

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