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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 February 1915

if 4' f f i it EED 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. W f - & a rcfe u r & m &l Mb'- im '' ' ' H - KSKt I mm- i ' 'MSS&si '',- i Nothing is bo contagious as enthusi asm. It is tho genius of sincerity, and truth accomplishes no victories , with out it. Bulwcr. .IN A SUIT CASE Ashes of Frank James, Formor Outlaw, Aro Carried Trom St Louis To Kansas City By Son. St. Louis, Mo. Tho body of Frank James, forncr outlaw, who died last Thursday, was cremated hero. Thou, sands of persons crowded about tho cro mntory, but only four men wore per mitted to witness tho process. Instead of tho coflin, which thoy had guarded on tho trip from St. Louis, Robert James, carried in his suitcaso a small urn containing tho dust of his father. This, in compliance with tho will of Frank James, will bo kept in n safety deposit vault until tho death of Mrs. James, when It ...

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 February 1915

(I '., :wfT L.4 "T" . .- .MB. - ".' " V ' .1 .. :. ' . V fl' a ry sr frv s.. I" KS- CT; If 9? . ft r- : m ft: 4'r ". s W Or h$ft- Josh Billings Says: "270 w to 6V a hen & That sound philosophy h llkowlso truo of nton. Tho tlmo to soil thorn winter clothes Is when they wnnt them. And this community is happy in tho possession of n number of such citizens. Yot, In most stores, as tho man of tho strcot would' say, "pickings arc bow mighty slim." Ragged t assort ments, brokon down lots, odds and ends and leftovers aro not a tomptiug dish to sot boforo n clothes hungry man. ' But at tlio live- storo wo roplcnish our stock as fast as it is doplotod so that our solcctlons aro as full, our va- I rlety as divorso, as thoy wcro when tho season opened and tho prices aro ro Uuced. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Olotliiors LATEST WAR BULLETINS England Lands a Million, Now Soldiers In Trance. Dcspito tho censor, news is out that Lord Kitchener's now army of a mil lion men has cro...

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. — 24 February 1915

t 1 r :v. w i .i &- ' n "ri 322239 , WWTTTTTJJTTTWTTITITJTMT?:??:????:!???!:?:????:??????:? 1 EXTRA SPECIAL I Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. LEDGER !- .' s Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. vr, I 1 1 T 11 1 I X trL3WO.?-jL TiBiftj Hi E ft r v r f ' - '.-te ff Tr-i 4r iP ' JESSE L JAC0BS I am longing for a country whoro so- cioty Is tno, $Vhero you know a woman means it when sho says, "So good of you!" Where thoy nevor say, "So glad you . caniol" and seal it with a smack. Then turn asido to some falsa friend and, sneor behind your back, NOTICE TO LIVE STOCK DEALERS, FARMERS AND COMMON CARRIERS In view of tho iact that -tllcro has been a furthor outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE in n number of Ken tucky counties, and that tho entire state of Kontueky is under Pedcr.il quaran tine, with certain restrictions, and Ma son county now teiug freo of this dis ease, and it being possible to ship live stock from this county to various mar kets for immediate slaughter, it...

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. — 24 February 1915

I J f : !i-il " - . . . I A ' , .,,,,, -. V .'" ff ' . , . i , ... . "' "" ' " '' ' " " ' " ... i i. . i . i i , . m i'i!:.tV t THE PUBLIC LEDGER fci II I I I ' ' UAILT BXCirT BONDAT, rOOOTU OT JULT, THANK1UIVINO r' AND CltntaTKAR. A. F. CURRAN, ) U i& VH. C. CURRAN, No, 40. Editorsjand Publishers ',- t.ocl And uons !, " Slsunoa Teleptoue orrics rOBLio ledoeh duildimo, MATtVILLV. KT. ntered at the Maysvllle, Ky., Postoffice nit sceoud-cUiii mall matter. xojisvxiriJoyy-iiY hail. Onit nr........ Mix Moulin- Threw 8loulh.. ...tl u ... I ... 78 UKLlVJUiKD BY CARlllKli, Per Mouth....... .... ..............ssjcenu l'ayablt to Collector at tnd ot Month. KV l. X ' Zk-r- S, PROHIBITION IN GEORGIA. Georgia has state wide prohibition. Three or four important and populous cities of Georgia have open arid public, though un lawful, barrooms in dozens and hundreds. This Condition has prevailed for years. ,Dos the unlawfulness of the barrooms of Sa vauhuh and Augusta make them better barrooms, ...

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. — 24 February 1915

oar"i (J , IB JSPi ,., i i i in '' a l", "-'' ' ' -aa aaHHB . l k .HMaMHHHB ia i JHk H7 L H jHI. HI H i. PIi PI ""' k -BMB 1 M--"" H B H r H H - ' l L i V PURE SEED STOCK It-W'.. " SS Ki Li , ' ?s 9U ft i t "' K ' . - . rK ' ' V - tK . rS n - c 'f, -ft. 1 f P- K. I - V. aw & . if - w&. . mm BBi-r I z: , BLOW ONI Blow, winds o wintcrl Wo'ro feellug mighty good Wlion the big oak flro is blazln' An' tho ol' man's choppln' wood. CHEMISTRY OF CURING TOBACCO Loaf Loses Moro Weight Curing Stalk Than Separately. On That loaf tobacco loses much moro weight when cured on tho stalk than when the leaves nro picked In tho field and cured separately has been demon strated by nn in estimation of tho Unit, cd States Department of Agriculture Tho experiments woro carried on for a period of four years at :i Connecticut tobacco farm. They showed that for leaves of the cigar wrapper typo tho nv crngo loss in dry weight in curing pick ed leaves was from 12 to 13 iur cent, whilo leaves cured on t...

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. — 24 February 1915

r v " hi in iii y - - - ---- - r -rrrr ,--f-ir-" ' -- -, . jMt ,. i I I ...l .11 i .M . . ' ' ' ' "i ' '' i " ' 'W rj rK X rv h m ' cr ri H. Bi Set" A K? k '. r fcV I i - - W1 V f. i l March 1st ENDS OUR SALE OP ANY SUIT IN THE HOUSE AT THE REDUCED PB10E3. IT WE HAVE ANY WIN. TER WEIGHT SUITS OR OVER COATS LEFT AT Tins TIME YOU MAY BUY THEM AT THE REDUCED PRICES, BUT NOT ANY BLUE OR .BLACK SUITS WILL 00 AT THE REDUCED PRICES AFTER MARCH 1st. ALL OVERCOATS WILL 00 AT THE REDUCED PRICES UNTIL SOLD. NOW WE HAVE TOLD YOU IN TIME; IF YOU CARE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER. Ged. II. Frank & Go. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothlors 559,200 POUNDS SOLD On Tuesday's Maysvlllo Markot Tro- luondous Rush, 250 Wagon Loads Coming In Yesterday. The rush of tobacco to Maysvillo con. tonnes and never siuco tho market was established has there been such heavy roccipts. As tho immenso wagons roll in, it makes ono marvel and wonder whero it all comes from. Tho sales Tuesday were fully. up to expectatio...

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 February 1915

AllK.r'm. . -''" ri XiZW "W 7su h -S,' -i 't I. '.Hil ' -AABlv,' -. -M?fW r4 .-" W. .Vr.ftft V"t: W". ;i Kb'- "tv " . W - i in i i"iJL' aUA!u .'"' urn,.! yd. .; ji.'jj,' jjYjTTTTTTyTyTTWTTTTTTT-TiTTTTyTTTTTTTTm??? H r : .-, 4 EXTRA SPECIAL Atmorjes Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. PUBLIC LEDGER . " 4": V h ',.,?M . V f . ... 1, 'Tl, .f v ;i , . '-'j '! M fetT- df .. Or il V 11, . ), ) u- r stoma &J i. tiiaaktaa tUJXI PVHLia I.KDilKB-WS MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Tho winter sun was sotting O'er tho wastes of Polish snow Tho curling snioko was rising Where tho camp-flres shed their glow, Von Hlndenburg, tho warrior, Sat in sorrow in his tent Qriof bowed his mighty shoulders, And his stately head was bent. "I grow old," tho general muttered, "And I throw my tlmo away Tor I haven't whipped tho Russians Slnco near 3 p. m. today I" Photon in Times-Star. JAMES DRAKE Aged and Esteemed Mason...

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 February 1915

m rW jjv; , ' i te ' t ' . K ' ' ' '' V '' , - - ' - - -.i .a. . , ,, , i . i . ." . .I,,., i . -. - - . . i .,-. . . . , . , . . . n n i- i - - 'in ' ' ' II itl.HI II l... -!. II. I , , . . , 1- , M s - I J- l.V mv 74 K I 'fu w '.- : it P $ ? ? i m- n rc fi 4 frfl fcV; N W' TV N WO THEPUBLIC LEDGER .MLT-KXmrT 0UND1T, fOUKTU or 4ULT. TIUNKBOtVWB ADO CUMSTSUS. fr Pr PpTn. 1 - - - "" - lUtAooe Telephone ILtannn TolBDllOne HU. Ut ntered at the MaysvlUe, Ky., Poitoflice an SUH&VltirilONll-UY M un er.... Mm MmitliBM ......... Tlirvr Jtiintlie...H..tMt. VICLIVAUJCD BY VAlilllJeil, Per Moiilli aaicenu Vayablt to Collector at tnd ot itont. . HEALTH INSTRUCTION IN AN INDIANA ,,- COUNTY. Common sense is au uucoinuion quality. One of the most difficult lessons to .learn is that the way to do a thing is to do it. The county health commissioner of Union county, Indiana, feels that one of his duties is to teach the people of the coun ty how to keep well. He has accordingly prepared a htt'C 75...

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. — 25 February 1915

7 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. k - H mmm JHk w. H R H ki i Hk. i Hj B r B - Bt H V S i v l HT HHRHHr H H H V lft 1 H B H v iViT' i : r- J ''t. , .v r W V Kyrarfi V ,Vl ' .J-. 'J i I ! 1) V-, A'. C' 'J en. If your friends can't say anything real moan about you, thoy will at loast talk about your peculiarities. HUMANEJOCIETY Great Work of Protecting Dumb Brutes From Man's Inhumanity Starts Here Tho Laws To - Bo Enforced. Tuesday afternoon few interested persons met in the Public Library and started tho organization of a Humane Society, the object of which is to pre vent cruelty to animals In tho city and county. Tho names of a number of men and women aro on the list of memborg, . Tkero aro as strieflaws against cru elty to animals on tho stntuto books of Kentucky as there are against steal ing and should be as strictly enforced. Many eases of cruelty ...

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. — 25 February 1915

w r aT .n r it WvV w . nA !W ui . v r ' irkr- A K i ; r- ( &. w. 1 && X' it , PS'c: ? r V 5&? r K March 1st ENDS OUR SALE OF ANY SUIT IN THE HOUSE AT THE REDUCED PRICES. IP WE HAVE ANY WIN. TER WEIGHT SUITS OR OVER COATS LEFT AT Tins TIME YOU MAY BUY THEM AT THE REDUCED TRICES, BUT NOT ANY BLUE OR BLACK SUITS WILL QO AT THE REDUCED PRICES AFTER MARCH flirt. ALL OVERCOATS WILL 00 AT THE REDUCED PRICES UNTIL SOLD. NOW WE HAVE TOLD YOU IN TIME; IF YOU CARE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER. Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers' KL HERE AND THERE It you hre Irltndi vlsllinX you, or II you ire (olnf on a v'tll. pleaie drop us a not .o that effect. Sirs. Sam N. True and two children of Maysville, came down Friday to spend, a few days with the family of her sister, Mrs. L. T. Fox and other rel atives, returning to her homo Monday evening, lire husband caino down and spent Sunday here, going back Monday morning to take up his duties at the Homo warehouse. l)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. — 26 February 1915

I"V i r ji' ;f a & Iti TTTTTTTTITTTTfTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTITITTJTTTTTTTfTT???? W ' ' ' ' t EXTRA SPECIAL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. 1 pi 131 IT BWfWP BR c . - - 'r,riJ-r-,r-,J-.,-i.n nrii-i . .--------. ,,-,,-, arLAr, -..r.- - in wwwvwmwii ww wwww LEDGER H H H H H H it J ! 4 k J , . i i j- . . - " - T: i . -m.5 " -1 ' H2 H' . - u ti . i t'l 1 ft L,. of M r (V&S ( ...' i M1 iKVl 'i f .-j J '- V7M v : ', ,-ti ,S H : M & .? mfr SHE I ,m fiKKStl REPCm.iVAN-1 rjE oii j'vhuo uuaF.B.-$m II T f, " ' ' j TS HERE AND THERE I i '' ViT1j7TS fc I&'Sm "- - -, - - MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. OME COPY ONE CENT. . As I Bliivor in my cornor, I can't help wondering why, I kicked about the tomperaturo Tho Fourth of last July. FORTS TAKEN Allies Smash Way Into Dardanelles- Constantinople May Be Captured Soon HERE AND THERE II you hare trlendi rlilllnl you, or I! you are f olaf on r'llt. pleaie drop ui a d...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 26 February 1915

a m ' v ' , ? ' Tl Sfil ' ...'...'. j ' ", " ' in i- - -hi "y- - "" ' ' '" ' ' '. '.""" "I"",',1 ','' ". L --J "' ' -- IT 1 W- 4 . MM - : ?V :- &,. t.y ', . . i Jv' j IS pi, ' bi K-V $. THE PUBLIC -, t UILT- -IXOirT SOHRATi fOBUTII Of JOLT, TUANB801VIN9 AND CnniBTMAS. ; h. nCr"fRRANN. - - ,".- I Loci! and Long No. 40. OmOK 3itLce TelepbODQ ' iit'ered at the Maysvllle, Ky., Poitofflce an rf SUliSVltlV'l WA'8-liy MAIL. One Ypiii'.m Mx) Moutlia m Tlirttf lllnullia ..H.....HM... ..m....m Hf VKL1VKRK11 BY VAlililSB,, Per BJonUi.................. ilOICentt PayabU to Colltctor at tmi or iontA. JAPAN AND UNCLE SAM. In an address before the American School Peace League the other night, Hamilton Holt said m discussing the Japanese situation: "I have re cently been there and studied conditions and 1 can V safelj say that Japan would friendship than that of any other nation in the, world." (Undoubtedly this is true, just as a similar stale st pent of feeling toward Russia, probably would ha...

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. — 26 February 1915

V ff rT? F, ff Ff?. v , , : v f i -V ' 1 "11 sj r, JJM4&V Don't Judgo a man by his clothes. Hfswifo may have picked them oiit. TIIEY AEB DRBAMING AGAIN IN THE CINCINNATI BALL GARDEN. (W. A. l'hclon in Times Star.) As far back ns records run, thoYc seems to"uo no instance of a ball club's having boon rcnindi taken apart and put together with new nails and cogs as completely as has been done with tho Cincinnati Hods, and with less publicity, noiso or expense. Late in tho sumnior tho fans wondered at tho expeditious 'manner in which tho club had been re vamped since spring and yet, sinco Oc tober. 8, tho team has boon reconstruct- . ed all over again, altered and cemented, rofitted with now driving rods in every department, and given such an over hauling as hasn't been recorded sinco Brooklyn bought tho old Baltimores or Tittsburg purchased tho stars of Louis-I villc. Even thoso historical shake-ups woro not as thorough, while they wcro advertised a groat deal more aud cost a barre...

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. — 26 February 1915

7f uf r-"4 - 'i t 1$ & : k,V lV V. W- "11 a r ' m. w ;X if. Or .c- 1J& 5? ' rV tl! ' y- a fe - March 1st ENDS OUtt SALE OP ANY SUIT IN TIIE HOUSE AT THE REDUCED PBIOES. IF WE HAVE ANY WIN. TER WEIGHT SUITS OR OVER COATS LEFT AT Tins TIME YOU MAY BUY THEM AT THE REDUCED PRICES, BUT NOT ANY BLUE OR BLACK SUITS WILL GO AT THE REDUCED PRICES AFTER MARCH 1st. ALL OVERCOATS WILL GO AT THE REDUCED PRICES UNTIL SOLD. NOW WE HAVE TOLD YOU IN TIME; IF YOU CARE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER. ' GW. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothlera LATEST NEWS MV ' m ,. ... .. JBl 11 ( XUHICUU OIU1U', .111 L-AJIIL'91 lIlUBaLllL-Jjl, IpAJV'- -was killed at his homo in Howling l..,- n... 1... !. ...... ,lo..t.1 .He.ili.ii-irn if ,, a revolver which lus wife was handing ' to him. Senator' Camden has been offered and has refused tho presidency of tho now stato organization to bo formed by tho tobacco growers of Kentucky. Everett Hatch, tho Indian outlaw bo ing sought by a marshal's posso i...

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. — 27 February 1915

II ' W ' 1 ttTTTTT" I " ' ' ' "" "i ' ' ' ' " ' " '"'' " " ' " f """ ' i i -. . .,,..- ZrT . . JtT - T . i i i j M i -r V ' Tr i i n I PUBLIC LEDGER CATKA SreOAL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound, i Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound, j MM . -' Br- TiM I MBKt ' HE. ''1 ' ''III 14 .r- ia .. I r; -. i 'tr to Mi JKS M !;' ? Af $ ?,! . . QK Hfe. f&cf 'Twos man who maclo tlio motorcar, Aa suro as you wero born; God made tho view along tho way, And tho dovil mado tho horn! TRAVELING LIBRARY Secured For tho First District School Noonday Lunch To Be Served Pupils of First District By P. T. A. Tho P. T. A. of tho First District school, Inning secured tho uso of u tra veling library from tho Stnto Library at Frankfort, havo temporarily aban doned tho idea of a permanent library. By tho payment of a small fee, the school has tho uso of -these books for six months with an extension priv ilege These books are selected for tho six grades. Wo hope somo day to own a flno library wh...

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. — 27 February 1915

fl tpy- & &, i?' rt gV - . , i VfW-" PH'E PUBLIC LEDGER 1 ' , " D1II.T XCIPT SBHDAT, TOOHtn 01- JOLT, THAHKSalVMO amd cnnuTMi. H. C.CJM. I " Ed"rS'i"1 Pub"S""S llst&nce Telephone llUf 4U.' MArsTiLLK. kt. ntered l the Mnysvllle, Ky., Postofnce n ceonu-cUs mall matter. aVBbVXlPlWNa-BY MAIL. 4u, fur.......... Mix" MultltlB. Tlne JUoitthi.. 13 00 ....,. 1 BO 70 UKUVKllBD nr OABJUJCJl, Per M onlh.IMMM. .... .... .. as111 i VayabUtoMoUfCloraltnd of MontA - SOME' THOtjfJHW ON " THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IN 1916. Tho Democratic party is in no shnpo to make its debut for the season of 191G. It has promises to redeem by legislation, and ft has errors to correct by the same process. Its legislative action upon sugar, for instance, de prived the government of revenue, seriously in jured the business interests of Louisiana and other 'states, and benefited not a consumer in the re public, for prices are higher now by a large per centage than when the tariff schedule was passed. It was an e...

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. — 27 February 1915

w "ft "A -tj o t soiwthTng new NINE WEEKS POTATOES The tubers are average large, medium in length, more or less flattened or oval in shape and a light pink color The eyes are medium to large and shallow. The variety is fine table stock- and principally grown in Florida for early ship ment to the North. Grows vigorously and has a heavy yield. M. C. RUSSELL CO. tv bl "A . SvS- rr IV w . Li I a m ,' B, , ISi V i. ' pv ft rs. M J 'if;' 71 V': A 5 -i pew" Oh, shaving Is a boastlybony And ov'ry day it makes us sore; If wo don't shavo, beliovo its,sir, Xhcnit is much more beastlier! RIPLEY BEE NEWS NOTES."' Dr. ami Mr. J. A. Dodson of Mays villo were guests Sunday nt tlio home of- hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Siholtcr. Mrs. P. J'nobstj aged 00 years, is con valescing after an nttnek of double pneumonia, so we nro Informed by Dr. J. L. Wylio. Contractor H. J. Trnpp, with n large force of men, started tlio demolition, Monday morning, of tlio school "houso and tlio adjoining Lowry property...

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. — 27 February 1915

"7' f . " KiZ i :r. u x. ''. March 1st ENDS OUtt SALE OP ANY SUIT IN HIE HOUSE AT THE REDUCED PRICES. IF WE HAVE ANY WIN. TEE WEIGHT SUITS Oil OVER COATS LEFT AT Tins TIME YOU MAY BUY THEM AT THE REDUCED PRICES. BUT NOT ANY BLUE OR BLACK SUITS WILL QO AT THE REDUCED PRICES AFTER MARCH UU ALL OVERCOATS WILL 00 AT Tllfc REDUCED PRICES UNTIL SOLD. NOW WE HAVE TOLD YOU iN TIME; IF YOU CARE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MaysvlUo's Foremost Clothiers FIRST PARENT.TEAOHER ASSO CIATION ORGANIZED IN ABER DEEN SCHOOLS. Yielding to tlio "Macedonian cry" for tlio highest aims in education, the . good peoplo of Aberdeen have organ , ized tlio first Parent-Teacher Associa tion. '? The Gretna Green, in writing up the ;; "meeting, says: ' "In rcsponso tp tho invitations cir culated nmong tho homes in, Aberdeen sevoral days ago, quito a minibor of Indies and a few men met at the school Tuesday afternoon for tho purposo of organizing a Parent-Teacher Associa tion. Mrs. J. 1...

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. — 1 March 1915

WW W'Cya.lr' r vm ' &,' V r- " Vj.'V' CT r i - , vii ir. f,i (-.ii'.jb.iA-V - -AjtU - fZZXttXXttttttttttttttZ?tttttt3i:.tttttttt EXTRA SPECIAL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. PUBLIC LEDGER & IS K It j r w i ,. ." .! - i jt t A v V.I W31 .- ll ,J8 9j.nr pvbuo i.KDam-iw ? To Bmoke or not to smoke? Is now a question, that's no Joke. Am I to throw away my weed, Which was a courtesy indcod? Or is it proper otiqi'otto To oifer her a cigarotto? FtBRI)ARY28, 1915 Raro and Inspiring Spectacle 'The Heavens Declare tho Glory of God and tho Firmament Showoth His Handiwork." Last night, during tho eleventh hour, tho sky above Maysvillo presented a spcctaclo that watt most inspiring and beautiful to behold. Thero was an at mospheric phenomena that wns wit nessed nnd commented upon by those who wcro fortunate enough to sec it. After 10 o'clock, tho moon, at greatest northern declination, and now nearly full, shown lu soft mel...

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. — 1 March 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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