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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 17 February 1915

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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. — 17 February 1915

? im Vi ! THE AMUSEMENT SENSATION OF THE AGE '. t t FStw i t t rP-' T ' ' ' ."i ii- ' ' "' 1 " ' i I n n .i i iii v . V Sfc R Li .V, I' f ' ' $ U' IV. m m. m It H m l Home of Parmount Pictures COMING FRIDAY "PURSUIT OF PARAMOUNT It i . B. 9 v " tf a mm m m, V uuumc-lui nice v' A Sale Within a Sale Duo to tho tremendous inroads mado on our stocks as tho result of prico re ductions In our great clean-up salo, wo nro forced to dlsposo of sonio sixty-five or sovonty suits and overcoats from tho bettor grades, our advertised unre stricted choico now being impossible First comers tomorrow will bo first served. $30 and $25 Suits and Overcoats Salo Prices 518.75. d6uBLE OUT PRICE $15.00. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II jrou hire Irltndi vlsltlot you, or II you are oin on a r'sit, pleaie drop us a not .o that elf-cl. Mr. Joseph Wood Kans Aill arrive lioro this afternoon on C. & O. Flyer No. 2 for a few days' visit to his par ents, Eov. Joseph W. ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 February 1915

.? 5 . Lv"; tf"-3 . i-.t Sffi M WTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTJWTIT-TTWTTJTyTITTTWtTTTTTIW I Pitted Red Cherries PUBLIC LEDGER PlWy "-- V '. MMMM)ip.,l IHi ulrl il IMIim in i " Mi . nl i n I " - -1 ' c' ' " Wt ail t H H H H H H H H Fine tor Making Pies.' I i qn Special, Per Can - - iv flHHIHr Id?? ' p. R t'4 m i , rvw s ' t i, ' -' :& -," ft "" tmm : ft? SK '? 'V.'1. ; t . ST I Ml m t-l m i 'MR &; rm 04il PVH3L.1Q l.KJORlt-$i Br ' f Br 4KR IMPS ' , ' fJWi-. A naughty young chapplo called Sis, Asked a sweet chorus girl for a kiss. She replied, with a smilo, '"I don't think It worth whllo Tc forfeit complexion for bliss." - -Portsmouth Times. WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE FOR APPELLATE BENCH. A Fw nk fort dispatch says: "Hav ing decided not to sock tlio Democratic nomination for Appellate Judgo, .T. D. Ilnimnh of Sandy Hook, so announced to friends here. It is his purposes to lot tlio Democratic voters of the Sixth dis trict know his conclusion, as ho would not havo had opposition for t;ho no...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 February 1915

&; .' k$V ). f &' THE PUBLIC LEDGER BAILT-XXCBtT .UNDAT, roUOTn 0 JOLT, TalNBSalVINO AMU cnnirrxAB. A. P. CURRAN, ) H. C. CURRAN, ) ticcM ncl Louie OliUncs Telephone No. 40. orriOE nttred at the Maysvllle, Ky., PostolTice on I a i SUliXUUll'XlONX-llY JUll. Our 'Vuir.... Tlirtv .'liilii.. VJCUVJtilJCO Jtr VAltltl&R, Per Mou Hi........ - JKyaOlt to Collector at tud of BECKHAM'S ELECTION. AVas John Crcpps "Wickliffc Beckham legally aiuL fairly nominated in tlio Kentucky Statu pri mary, and Was he fairly and legally eleeted to the Senate al the November election what irritated over denunciations sources on the election of Penrose of Pennsylvania and the corrupt. methods alleged to have been used 'before the election and at the polls, Senator Suth erland staled on the iloor of the Senate that: "If "llie Democratic majority persists in seeking an in vestigation of the Itupublican Senatorial election I will insist that the alleged frauds in Pike county, Kentucky, be probefl. to...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 February 1915

II fll! T'1- wmaKmmtmmmmtmmmmmmm0mtmmmtmmmmmmmtmmmmmummmiiii. iim'iJ L ..--. . '" - - - r .,-,. ., -.m .......... f i- '- w j i w -i : " ' I K i& .ft 1 fr , s i. . ; '4 l 4 ) ft P JgBB . ! in - hHHb Wmft I X'Jtii I do not care to loarn to fly, I'd soonor stick to cozy nooks; Thon, -when-iny Unto ohall come-to die, My friends can whispor with a sigh: "How natural ho looks!" ?1tt tT?.4.. JJJ . .J. RIPLEY THIRTY YEARS AGO .J. From the Rlploy Beo. J (February 11, 1885.) . I- Tlio thcrinomotor stood 8 degress be low zero thin morning, tlio coldest of tlio wintor. Alphonso Scholtor has a littlo boy nt his home, Saturday night being the datQ of its birth. William Mayflold and Chnrlos Stoody, who lmvo been trapping for small game opposito hero in Kentucky this winter, had 2(5 steel traps stolen from them a few days ago. Mrs. Eliza Porter of this place, aged 70 years, lias undertaken tho task of piecing n quilt for each of her grand children. She lias jiwt finished her sixth quilt which ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 February 1915

v W m 1 I 'tr .,., rs& ,ri , - u' $ a.. k l'j - ' Jf m v i'aff" i - "-? V. ,t: . Sl.V Vf I $ ; l k f " k V M. w, T. 2. sv. Better Be Wise TIIE WISE BUYERS HAVE JUST ABOUT PUT TIIE FINISHING TOUCHES TO OUR OVERCOAT OFF BRINGS AND THE CLEAN-UP ON SUITS WAS ABOUT AS COMPLETE. WE OFFER WHAT REMAINS IN TWO LOTS, SOMEWHAT SCAT TERED AS TO PREVIOUS OLASSI FIOATION, OWING TO RAPID HANDLING, BUT THE BETTER GRADES STILL PREDOMINATE. $12.50 FOR SUITS UP TO $18. $15 FOR SUITS UP TO $25.. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. 792,380 POUNDS SOLD Ycstorday, Only Three Houses Report ing Enormous Receipts Continue and tlio Market Was Very Active The Mnysvillo looso leaf tobacco market has this season, by its onor mous and successful business, conflnnod itn claim as tho second greatest market in tho world. Tho influx of tobacco to Maysvillo this mouth has largely sur passed that of any season in tho short history of tho market. Tho prospects aro now very favorable for this year...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 February 1915

y '" fT' . z 'W c f , H V t T WM",'1' r " , I Pitted Red Cherries I I Fine For Making Pies. 1 C E I Special, Per Can - - J- DINGER BROS. LEADING RZTAHERS 101 West Second St. Z PUBLIC LEDGER J Is?" MP If ' I wJ : ""A IT 14 " m 1 - JC- fi. IS l.!T' R TO- A ff 1 T 9AIJ.Y rUHLlO l,KPaKH-W Wr AS EUROPEANS SEEM TO VIEW IT Life- to real, llfo Is earnest, And tlio gravo is not its end; Not, at loast, until a cannon Fills you full of holes, my friend. "hasonTouhty COURT Jitdgo Rico Had His Busy Day Yester day, Having a Largo Variety of Oases County Judge W. 11 Rico was kept quite busy yesterday tryiug a number of cases of all descriptions and charges. Yesterday morning Recehio Black, tlio 7Uf MWw ntuigwl mjt tniming tho kom at Afr VUmtktfio coiaty and stealing some clothing and other articles therefrom, was tried on u chargo of robbery and was held to the Grand Jury, his bond being placed at "$100. railing to procure samo ho was sent to jail. Ecil Boone was dismissed on a charge of petit lar...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 February 1915

' ! " !. ' t- JWffV ,- , ? 1 Vmrr- WW i s . 3 w M. . fc. ,,.-H I I ill . $:s T !?K I" fr w ... lr- sfl , " is $ w - Wf r W J: Pfe-" it E 'V;f"r . El' ft AMMHIVam. . . ,. X 4":," " H$- THEPUBLIC LEDGER UAItr-UtClM itmOAT, TOURTU or JUI.T, TlUKMOtVlNO AMD OltBUTltifc A. tF. (OURRAN, 1 Editorsiand Publishers H. C. CURRAN, .L SbMlMriUiw Wn 40. I orri-ruL,ot.BDo.nBcaUii.o, 01ittna Tglapbone 'lU u I matitim.. kt. j,tered nt the Maysvllle. Ky., Po.lofncc a gccond-clm mall matter. 8Uli8VHirilOMJ-BY MAIL, lite iwr-....... ........... .- Is nonius. .......... uKUVtcRKD ny OAltHlBn, ..... !..! ill ... - lttIllll.ll.HMM "" "" ISpiabl to CoUietorattnd ot WHAT A RAILROAD OWNED BY THE GOV ERNMENT IS PAID FOR CARRYING THE MAILS. The ranama Railroad has only one stockholder the Government of the United States. The railroads operating in the United States are owned by hundreds of thousands of citizens, who hold their stocks and bonds. The Panama Railroad in the last fiscal year re ceived nioro than $...

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. — 19 February 1915

lf3 j. " iS..-.. . -..,...-.- - ' ' -"-- ' i" t,,.M4 - imrifiiuinrium if ft in i ' " - " ' " - f- - t"- . "xi ME s - i j ii- j " - - - in' cl k IH r-W f wt j j l!mPllw l. ! k ' jJB I fldtinrtfr p555w5rp'S ! r r r ! r J 6& " wr MftYSVHIF I nnW I FftF TOBACCO MARKET BURLEY AND DARK c. T ;' ,r",l"1 "- -tartftl "- w " Jl Wi :1 IflHIUflLLL LUUOE. LLHI lUUfHfUU ITinitll-l OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY , ' Co,, '" a" aUc,nrt lJl,t,,r seriously burned in an explosion of gas JH " HHwTt' fik I PARTY. Tobacco Growers Figuring On Gotting I-" orott Hatch, nn Indian outlaw, who at tho Prospect colliery of tho Lehigh JH P' St i- . , rv- W nt fV , .-ft- 13 ,, ,-' i . vw 'p K -.-.:... i 13&&W . "Bowior 10 wago uommon war witn ou otaor redskins is pronnrinK to Valley Coal Company in Wllkes-Barre. Thero is gnlng to for tho war dogs.- bo plonty of bones -Louisrvillo Times. EXPOSITION CITY IN GLAD PEOTANOY. San Francisco, Cal., February 10. The rites which will presont tho fifty-million-dollar Panama-P...

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 February 1915

' s f . Si II I I iii. ..ii i I li I I . ( ' & R: SV ' f V - Better Be Wise the wise buyers have just About put the finishing , TOUCHES TO OUR OVERCOAT OFF ERINGS AND THE CLEAN-UP ON BUTTS WAS ABWT AS COMPLETE. WE OFFER WHAT REMAINS IN TWO LOTS,, SOMEWHAT SCAT TERED AS TO PREVIOUS OLASST FIOATION, OWING TO RAPID HANDLING, BUT THE BETTER GRADES STILL PREDOMINATE. $1B.50 FOR SUITS UP TO $18. $15 FOR SUITS UP TO $25.. hm. rt. frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. A CALL TO ARMS 'Pastor Wilhoyto Wants Evory Ono To & uorao to tno iiovivai At jt irs . Baptist Church Evangelist Jones Will Arrive Monday. $ This is not n call from across tho - -waters, but a roal call from our home " city; It is a call to fight sin nnd holi to redeem our city for God. .'" , The First Baptist churc.li began a re vival mooting at their church ou last f. . Thursday night, aud much interest Is being manifested. The pastor conduct- '"'- od an cxtonsivo scries of cottage pray er meetings during t...

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 February 1915

v. ty i Sl'5" '$. tayi, W l- fS T ' .'. , fjw,(fV- yv' 4. A. vli1; fimrmPm MWtfHMPMiV WTTTTTYTTTTTTTTfTTT-TyTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTITT?!??? n I Pitted Red Cherries PUBLIC LEDGER i Fine For Making Pies. Special, Per Can - - 15c SA -JV :-. w 'V.. f " . ' Ia v V k - I if . ' fif " 4 ..IS. JtfJI .V MM -v . " i, 1 ia iirrm ;' laurw TODAY. Tho past Is written I Oloso tho book On pages sad and gay; Within tlio future do not look, But live today, today. CLOSE FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. All tlio Maysvillo banks and the Union Trust and Savings Company will bo closed all day Monday, it be ing Washington 's birhtday. Tho postolllcc will bo also closed. Xo rural delivery. City carriers make on trip. Register and money order wi dows closed all day. General delivery and stamp window open from S a. m. to 11 n. m. M. P. KEIIOE, P. M. DEATH CALLS NOTORIOUS DES PERADO. Excelsior Springs, Mo., February 1!). Frank James, one of tho last sur viving members of tho James gang, died on his farm, near here, lat...

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 February 1915

i i w M' Jiri SV ir& iyr . ! ri , x & $ ,-,. ' . .i Vt' Eft fife 1 ".. 1 V M THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAI1.T-X0FT IONDAT, Ot)ntn Ot JOLT, T1URM01VW0 AMD OHf.WTMAi. A. P. 'CURRAtf , H. C. CURRAN . t,ocliml Loue flUteny TeleThonB No. 40. orricK ntered at the MaYllle, Ky.. Postoflice ns SUDSUHirilONS-DY it Oim "Yenr. Mix Manilla. ....... Tureo noiiin.. USUI Ynll&U li I VABiiiaui Ter Btonth ...... 35:cenU Vayablt to Colltctor at tnd of Month "DO NATIONS GO ORAZY? In one day wo have three expressions hy high German authorities hearing upon the neutral righta of the United States. Amlnii.iiilnK vnn 'HnrriRtnriT nf. AVnsllillCtOU 111- .-' forms the State Department that pel Great Britain to keep its hands off food intend ed for Germany's civil population, his country will begin a naval warfare based upon unprece dented practices. This seems to mean that wo must become an ally of the Kaiser or take the con sequences. "Without establishing a blockade, the German admiralty reiterates its...

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 February 1915

HBHflMflflHHElc just arrived-car ihS A H I I liB ll gm K H H jl i ffKtCSwVtSSwSSSSii jfci "! ii '"''' ?W?S5BtjY mm HH H Hr r r Hj fl H jjgj fagjMjijpgM-pfoflg bib h r r mmmf b hmhhHh MHHfHHNHH HhHmWJIV J , f w l.f. ro W K.. . j... ...-, W3j t tia ' :i i , rl -n.-rn . . r nKitriiTonn tlm Fllllr ScilHOIlg. FatHOUS lUtlstiJ ll 0 H H nilrltlno ,.., . 1, :.l I ... ,. 1.1 . . .i,i,. i lM F'Ja contributed to tho effectiveness of theso A . 1 1 4" 1 5 -, i : n ... , ., ,.,. ' M 0, waste no flowers on John Smith's tomb, Instoad of that contrive, To lot him inhalo tholr rich porfumo Whilo ho is still nllvc. ITEMS FROM THE ABERDEEN GRETNA GREEN. Kovlval services begin at tho Baptist church March 8. Miss -May Wallace of the Bulletin was enjoying the liiumiis last weak. The Rev. 0. C. Lnwlllt left last Sat urday to open a revival service at Ha morsville, (). Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Childs of Maysvlllo wero calling on Mrs. J. N. Bonnett last Saturday. Tho second election hold in Eagle townsh...

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 February 1915

!WBM v' m ?7t, ' v M-o. s"' V !-rt w Si Josh Billings Says: " 77e we to 6el a hen is whenjhe wants it" That sound philosophy is llkowiso truo ol men. Tho tlnio to sell tbom Tvintor clothes is when they want thorn. And this community is happy in tho pdssosslon of a number of such citizens. Yot, In most stores, as tho man of tho street would say, "pickings arc now mighty slim." Ragged assort ments, broken down lots, odds and ends and leftovers aro not a tempting dish to sot boforo a clothes hungry man. But at tho livo storo wo rcplonish our stock as fast as it is depleted so that our selections aro as full, our vu rlety as diverse, as they woro when the season oponcd and tho prices aro re duced. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost, Olothiors LATEST WAR BULLETINS It's a Fight Tor Life, Say Germans. Tho Berlin Lokal Anzcigcr says: 'Fobruary 18 was tho beginning of a dofousive light of a people throateuod with starvation, a people which must fight for its oxistenco, and which In...

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 February 1915

S! 1 V, " j. ' A Ti oua i . w'-4 v7; ' jh j i V " t S fTTTTT-TTTTTTWTTTTTTiFTWfTTTTTTTTITTyTTTTTTfTTTTTTT:! n re' Pitted Red Cherries Fine For Making Pies, f q Special, Per Can - - ItJL DINGER BROS. PUBLIC LEDGER 1 t '. m r. i JK k .,. iiy m - f .' . VI r . trx- I t H k E W ? - H1 r ; r 4 sl s?;'i t. f. i'ij m ft it ' m '! ! w liY ;rfW P1J 0n (MIX r PVBL1Q UUMtEB-VS How strango this world In which wo dwell! Perhaps this trait tho strangest is; That ovcry man thinks ho can toll All others how to run their biz. KILLED INJNDIANAPOLIS Misses Marguerito and Jacova Bacon Struck and Killed By Intorurban Oar Yesterday Funeral Tomorrow. Telegraph and telopliono messages ro coived hero yesterday by relatives eon yeyed the sad news that Misses M'ar guorito and Jacovn Bacon of Tuekahoe Ridge, who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Henry Holton, in Indinnap plis, Ind., for tlio past two weeks, were run over and killed by nu interurban car Sunday morning about 1) o'clock. To further particular...

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 February 1915

(JH. . .' h i p IP . ft" ' 9 8 yity . R.-' r . r ft ft? ft THE PUBLIC LEDGER itW' A V rilPRAN. v -.... ' h - - - Odltorsand Publishers i u r niDDuN .,. - j-j, vj um"' T 1-1 ' jkKi.ndLonu tin dfl I oviOK-rUBLlo lkuwkii mumiini.. tr f jar i . i r- !'"' .,. t the Mnvsvllle. Ky.. PoitolTice m sceoml-clms mall matter. Bur, j" .,imra .1 'lit Kl'l'A.S tfl JUli. lir Heiir.... .. til. Jtllllltll WMM .. viir villulltB.. t UJSLI VJCJlaU IS X UAltuiaa, Per Moulli.." PayabU to Volltetor at tnd of HOW TO MAKE PEACE. Oliver "Wendell Holmes snys that "Iho way to make n gentleman is to begin with the grand father." The way to make peace, the most hero jo thing in the world, is to begin with the infant. .f' Point the horrors of war! Dwell on the dirty i i t T j ...! l.nlll.wt I .if xncKS piayeu io wm uiuuvai vm- """""" i ' ndesl Take the khaki clothes away from the Boy t Scouts and set them to "digging in" at the coal pile "and bombarding the woodpile I A nation of s milksops? "Well, if milksop is th...

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 February 1915

Y' 'irt' U't PURE SEED STOCK First car arrived today. Rurals, King's, Early Rose, Early Ohio, Six Weeks, Early Triumphs. These are seed stock. The place to buy M. C. RUSSELL CO.. " - J- I i Km. : "'- ! V 5& !& - t. ft ii, " J . fek ,5f rr t Jyffivi; If mil H mam v . irtreFivm H,tjLiWk sJMuoaV. t a m REVENGE. I talked and talked with my lady love, Till th0 dawn grow bright in tho skies , above, , And a rooster crow. Then I made a start, But on going I mot that daylight boost- or, And I killed that much too previous roostor! Judgo. FRANK CASE UP TO HIGHEST TRIBUNAL. Washington, February 22. Ono of tlio first cases on tho docket of the Su premo iiourt of tho United States, which is to reassemble tomorrow after a two weeks' recess, is thiit of Leo M. Prank, convicted of tho murder of Mary Phagan, an Atluuta factory girl. Tho case is to come before tho highest tribunal in the form of an appeal, mado by Frank's attorneys for a writ of habeas corpus. Tho declaration that Frank wns ...

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 February 1915

Ht VM wr f l . v . i w V 'M't r ' m i 'i pr' 6 kr rV 'V .1 a?: t- w xi- Josh Billings Says: ' "770 i0 & Mt a hen is when she wants it" That sound philosophy is llkewlso truo of moii. The tlm0 to sell tliom winter clothes is wkon they want them. " And this community is happy in the possession of n number of such oltlzcns. Yet, in most Btores, as tho man of tho .stroot would say, "pickings arc now mighty slim." Rnggcd assort ments, broken down lots, odds nnd ends and leftovers aro not a tempting dish to sot beforo a clothes hungry man. Dut at tho livo storo wo replenish our stock as fast as it is dopleted so that our selections aro ns full, our va riety as diverse, as thoy wcro whon tho season oponcd and tho prices aro re ducod. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you hire trlcnds vliillnf you, or If you are folnf on ''ill, pleaie drop us a not . that cited. Messrs. Chanslor and Walter Ilnnley arrived Friday from Lexington, whero they aro atten...

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 February 1915

fi". w y fr. ' . 25C yflpy KFSx' 'i 'i ' ' T "'r" "-'""" I EXTRA SPECIAL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. LEADING RZTAI1ERS 101 West Second Si. PUBLIC LEDGER WaWF1 Ek ax I . i ' I " V7- , t vV .-. r i I 1 I. ; f ' .,"! VS8P Mil .MO ilH ' ar 'aril TJ31 ?! ' & ii l-'M rPJ'A'XGJ" EEPCflAiUliY-rta W0,. . ; Mother, may I go out to voto? Yes, If you're set upon it;. Put on your most becoming coat And forty-dollar bonnet. MRS. MAUDjJVES HONAN Wife- of Dr. William F. Honan, For- morly of Maysvillo, Passed Away In New York City. Mrs. Maud Ies lluinui, wifo of Dr. William Francis lloiinn, died at liur home, lij West Seventy-third street, New York City, after tin illness of sov oral mouths from a complication of maladies. SIio was 37 years old and was a most lovable character. Mrs. llonau was a daughter of llobart Ives 'Park, a member of the firm of Pnrk & Tilford, wholesale merchants of Now York City, ami a gr.uid-daugh-t...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 February 1915

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