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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 12 March 1915

$m?7W : . ' y M y GREATEST OF ALL MOTION PICTURES St. Patrick's Day, Wednesday, March 17 7 Reels New York Hippodrome Co. Grand, Entertaining and New. Matinee 2:30. Evening 7 and 8:30. Admission 5c and 10c. WASHINGTON OPERA HOUSE i .r :A R 'K 1H '. ., 3. I "'- ' J - i , r -J . . I a JKi 'vfli .AS ', . .' . "JU y I 1 l DAILY POEM. Tlio moss grow so thickly I nover saw tho thorn, Nor deemed tlio stoni was prickly Until my hand was torn. Thus worldly Joys invito us, With rosy-colored huo; But, oro thoy long dolight us Wo find thoy prick us, too. THE DIFFERENCE. Mrs. Billon That Mrs. Jinks is al ways very woll dressed, while her hus band nhvnys looks shabby. Hilton Well, sho dresses according to fashion, and ho according to Ids mean. Judge. Start New Year right nnd smoko La Tosca and No. 5. Mado by Georgo W. Childs Cigar Company. Tlio happiness of men consists in life. Ami life is in labor. Count Tolstoi. COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS Many Maysvillo Pcoplo Havo Found This to Bo Trut. Aro you ...

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 March 1915

Vtf' tit ti.yj1 M f "A P :v. 0, U- r , t ' '. ' T- v,kh K WS S 1I1L. The days of sun shine and joy com ing and with them the most beautiful Spring Suits for men and boys ever shown in Hays ville by Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers STATEJEETING (Continued from first page.) following is llio program fo rtoday, which will bo tho last day of tho meet. ii'g: Morning. 9:00 Memorial service Mrs. T. W. B Denmrce. Minutes of previous day. Co-oporntiou with W. C. T. U. Mrs. Anna B. W. Wheeler. ' Committco reports. JRcport of superintendent of supplies Mrs. D. A. Hutton. Fledges for boxes. ."Our Su0 Bennett School" Prof. J. C. Lowds. Report of City Mission Work, Wesley JIouso, at Lexington Miss Maria El liott. Report of work among miners at .Ten kins, Ky. Miss Julia Crutchfield. Introductions. Announcements. 11:30 Biblo btudy Miss Belle II. Bonnott. Afternoon. . 2:00 Hymn. Boll call of Kentucky Conference Missionaries, followed by prayer for thorn. Committco reports. Unfi...

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 March 1915

tf M- V,i, 'S f &- r. rfr 'C m . Ws- u n tor" cWV IV ) V s. VWWMW fJrWjfcl W6A .- MAROIL A day in Juno is rare, pcrhnps; But when wo got a thaw In March, the day is not Just raro It's positively raw! MRS. NUCK BERRY Passed Away At Fort Scott, Kansas Was Eolatcd To Many Persons In Maysvillo and Mason County. The funeral service over tlio Into Mrs. Nuek Berry, who died suddenly yesterday morning, wore hold this morn ing t 10:30 o'clock in the Pirst Pres bytoriun cliunvli, of which bIio was a member. JJev. J. A. Smith, her pas tor, conducted the services. The choir, composed of Mrs V. K. Milligiin, Miss Lefkcr, A. If. Walton nud V. W. Penn Iniaii, sang "Bountiful Isle of Somo whore," and "Safe In the Arms of Jesus," and Mrs. Millignu sang a solo, "Sometime Will I Understand." Nov. Smith's vory impressive sermon em phasizod the thought of this body being but :i temporary tabernacle for the soul. The diurch was filled with mourn ing friends, who Will greatly miss Mrs. Berry in their ...

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 March 1915

-1 ' J ' ':' ' SL- Vjl N b"- THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAILT XOrr BOXDAT, rODIJTCI Or JDLTi TnAMKRetTIMO AND CIUIUT1IIS. H :a ; A. F. CURRAN, ) H. C. CURRAN, I Editors'nnd Publishers Local unci 1odit ObUnoeTelephona No. 40. ornoK rnRLtc leixikii uuildinu MATRVILLB, lit. Untereil t the Mnvsvllte, Ky Poitoffice m xceond-clRft mall matter. ta no , l BO 70 u. $. rtl. xujiAVuirJioxx-ur mail, n Yfur .., ... Nix Itlouth... thi-" .nniii........ U&Ll VMIKO BY UAlllUJCIl, Per Moult aajOnU Payable to Collector at end of ilonlti "BELGIANIZING" THE RAILROADS. The extent to which the railroads have heen Bel gianized by the license of the parcel post system has nowhere been more conspicuously illustrated than in the use, or rather the abuse, of that ex traordinary privilege for which the government is responsible. According to the United States In- - vestor, nearly 200 tons of gold have been shipped by this method from the mint at Philadelphia to New York since August. This was done up in packages 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. — 13 March 1915

mm I raE (( 3 W . H L 'Will Buy J4 Barrel of That Famous Crushed Wheat Horn Hurry! They Won't Last Long. Flour Will Be Higher. M. C. RUSSELL CO. r HfZLAJU Jefferson !" is. ; i 1 V -4i 1 j.. i ft -A J K Us, .3?:. .. r rf?-j && t I u" 'Si Bargains aren't fountl at a bar, Noi do barnacles Rrow on a bam; CarbunclcE don't grow on a car, Nor do pharmacists work on a farm. NEW JERSEY AT THE EXHIBITION Sun FrwueNco, Oil., March 1.1. The Now Jersey state building, where Pros idont Wilson is expected to imiko his beadquarters when lie visfts tho 1'ana-mn-Pneiflc exposition, was fornuill) opened today. Tlio building is ono of tlio most attractive on tho Avenno of States. It is a reproduction of tho Trcn. ton Uirracks, Where General Warfuiijr ton nuido his headqunrtors for a time during the devolution. "Show me," is what takes so many good ollicials awny from homo to "in spect" roads and streets, especially thoso who reside in dry towns and dry counties. rrovidenoo is always on tho side...

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 March 1915

'?$ ''K ?;, .f "yjBr- TC C -,, y :i ; . CH iW , 7?" ?J.- iff' . .. t, uonor. to".. fcfd ; V' ' s, lir 19 ir Mv The days of sun shine and joy com ing and with them the most beautiful . Spring Suits h -' 1 fnt- mnn nrirl hniio w iui . men aim uup W ouflrQhnwninMflV5. 1 "" "'" vi He bv Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Olothiors 175385 POUNDS Sold Ycatcrdav Total Sales This Week y TIUlll WIC1 WIU i.utuun """ 1tr.i. rk.A. V. Mlllinn TVTo-l- 24,291,000 Pounds Sold This Season. ' Tobacco siiloi this week woio 1,022,- 5 V ailii ihhimiIm Mini :i tltMlir lint ill) mid "j5, . i- i ' tW'Y- lost t0 anotller Jlcr that this week's K.t? i utiliM M-mill tint rrvn.li f 11 f llltllinn tllfirlf. T -(- c P"1 .u.. wi, ....... ... v .... Sales Friday were 17.",38 pounds, all r linnana rfynni-titM. ' The murket was stronjr and prices Details follow: ft Home. .Pounds sold 51,."i!)0 High jirieo $31.00 Low price J .SO Sneeinl crons Stevenson and Con- jji cannon, Mason county, $10.00; .1. W. sk. , ...

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 March 1915

'.UY Uff, T I 4t- i1 A f -vw 'VM 'jcl' el.'.1 V - W' 1 -4 re t t I I .r. ! , S, M Vv-- -ti. 'T-fl&.l iv it f tf-,WJ A; simj M&a i? SKi WWiA .; V . fo 1 '3H fMMZf.l RXPtH.i.HMA-ttS S-f If slio dona tho duds in which they say This spriug sho will ho seen, irow can she danco tho modern dance When wearing crinoline? SMALL BLAZE YESTERDAY MORNING. Tho alarm of flro yesterday morn ing was caused by n small blnzo in Morrison alley, Pifth Ward, in n house occupied by Joseph lltfops nnd owned by Squire Sam 1'arrow. Tho flro was between the coiling of tho first floor and tho second floor nnd it took some llttlo time to extinguish it with the chemicals. Tho damage amounted to about ii-125, wbich was covered by in surance. CHILDREY-WEBSTER. Prod Ghildrey, aged 27, farmer, of Lewis county, and K.innio Webster, aged 20, of Mn.son county, wero united in marriage by Acting County Judge .T. Ld Bullock in tho County Clerk's office Saturday. This was tho Judge's first venture, but he went thro...

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 March 1915

M v " '" Vr " V. iA- ? I: V s -. 'C ,:"! SSr ?;- ' v.-- y. i JF ' &f , 1 J &' -' HUT -'i ? Bt1? ml " fir nil Kit n Br.1 llll P" ' I llll 1bbka iiii ' mini itt III v1e& 11 wMlw oKllll Kw- Hlflll THE PUBLIC LEDGER ii 1 1- kxcPT ipat, wiim or jilt, thankxhvinu AND l itHISTMAft. A. P. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN ,In Editors and Publishers NO. 40. irrtcu ruBtic LKiiuau H'lLtnn MATRV1LLK. KT. linlertil at Uie .Maysville, Ky., roitoOice n ccoml-cln maU matter. dVUVUn iluAHtii' MAlu. BO im tr ... .................. tz ltlonlli- ' rbrrf .nuiiiti DKLIVKHKD liY OAlttilKli, n l..ulli. ...... .. - aa:ccni ratable to Collector at end ot itontli. FARES REASONABLY WELL. Fair Avomen, and some not so fair, either in face or speech, continue to war upon "man-made laws" and demand her sex ho put upon an equality with tho manufacturers ,in their enactments. Accord ing to the New York Tribune, she may he asking for more than she wants. It has hud two of the ablest lawyers compile statutes in which m...

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 March 1915

mxmr b- V . ' vi ." 1 f' - ' ft-4 v1t Will Buy 5 Barrel of That Famous Crushed Wheat Flam Hurry! They Won't Last Long. Flour Will Be Higher. M. C. RUSSELL CO Jefferson ift T '.' x xj yt T U' S4 -r my .! ..v si . .- i h; .,- -4,l I v. '3., XV- -i iT f .if B, 3alb ' TBMfcf HOW SUE WILL VOTE. How arc you going to voto, Jean netto?'' Inquired her friend, Mario. And tho other miss, nonplussed at this, Replied, "Now lot mo see." "I think I'll voto in a soalskin coat," Jeamictto wont on to say, "And a gown of red." Then tho other said: "Well, that's a lovely way." Kansas City Journal. (o v r esp onfr ttt FERN LEAF. Maxtor Powell Owens is ery sick. Mr. J oo Slnek is now living ou the Kirk farm. Str.ingo movers passed through hero this week. Miss Dorothy Host continues -about tlio same. Mr. and Mrs. .John Jones liavo been ou the sick lit this week. Miss Kdith Kirk Jluugliuboo is still unable to attend ehool since her recent illneH. Mrs. Minnio Thompson from Newport was thu week-end guest of ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 March 1915

& ',v V Ky ; . ; & 5 La ''v 4T 1 W . fc&. c Ktf' a ' i J. Pl. '.' :? Iv- l r 'ii F m PANAMA EXPOSITION now on and tlio Richmond Normal School eoou to begin. All hound for thcso wlaco of nnuitamont and work will do well to 8CO thonow TRUNKS, BAGS and SUIT CASES which Just canio In ovor O. & O. Hall road, at special prices, nioro bo on Trunks, Steamor, Wardroho or Regu lation Trunk. All displays on first floor, Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers 24,291,270P0UNDS 'Sold On the Maysvillo Tobacco Mar- ket This Season Ovor a Million Pounds Sold Last Week. A review of tho Maysvillo looso loaf tobacco market for last week finds that tho market was tho strongest of tho season and that l,QHS,Kto pounds -vero sold at an average of $8.31 per huu died. Total sales to date, 21,'-,91,270 pounds nt. an average of $S.2.". As tho Avcathcr is now softoniug up ';tho sales this week may pass tho million mark. THAW ACQUITTED AND MAY SOON BE FREE. Now York, March Kl. Har...

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 March 1915

IW. . ,c; , "-Ml!' 1 1 ? "sWA MSA.- ' mM . a H'v v , i i i . 4$-& A FRIQUE. Said .1 fellow of splendid physique: "I always feel woniout and wlque. I novcr did caro To inhalo fresh air. When I brcitho I can hoar my lungs crique." GATTY SELLARS. It was announced at the concert last night tlint tlio tiuisii' lovers of Mays villo would lmvo tho privilege of hear ing Oatty Sollar.s in his pipo organ to citnls in tlio Christian church on March 12 1 and 2."i, Wcdneduy mid Thursday, at S p. in. This Knglish urgiinist-eoin-posor is visiting the laigor cities in Kentucky on his trans-continental tour. Airangeiucnts have been mode to have tht'Mi organ recitals witliout iti.1kin5 a charge at tlio door, though n silver of fering will lie taken after tlio recital hns begun. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DROVER ENTERTAIN INDEPENDENT WAREHOUSE FORCE. Mr. and Mrs. William Orover en tertained Sunday with true Kentucky hospitality, tho Independent Warehouse Company's force at their pretty old home near Sar...

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 March 1915

!-. tv 'A; 'V'' V" FSS t'i i . -P II ! I U. - f t t . ( r V y . (V J tV 1 . r Y" h r- THE PUBLIC LEDGER lAUT KXCWT ttlHDAT. rOOIlTII Of JOLT, TIlANKtOIYIMA AMU OHHISTMAt. H. r.r"mRAANN. " Ellrs tOHlniid Long hntkoco Telaphone No. 40. orrtot runuo lkdokiv buimhnu MATSVILM. KT. Kntereil at the Mnysvllle, Ky., rolofIice as ccoml-clam malf matter. SUlIsUlUl'l JUAU-JIV StAtu, itnr- ,tvr,...M ........... ..-.3 00 SIX. illl.lUll. .. ....... 8 I tin .tiMiitha., mm 7o ZJAT.V VAHKO UY VAlilUKll, .ri .nmii - ............a3:c'nn 1 'ayablt to Coltietor at end ot MonlH. - A STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM. Up to January 1, 1U14, the state of Maryland had issued $9,170,000 worth o bonds for highway im provement, and the total amount of such bonds is sude by the state, counties and districts, and not including those issued by Baltimore city for high way improvement, was $9,920,500, or something more than one-tenth o the total of $93,005,207 is sued by the south. Other highway bonds to the amount of several mi...

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 March 1915

m Kf rfc' r VKH MUUMMMMMIII Iff M i i ' II Will r Buy $ Barrel of That Famous Crushed Flom M. C. RUSSELL CO ) Hurry! They Won't Last Long. Flour Will Be Higher. Ago Jefferson f rn t "V .-3 - 4 i 'r Ml t;i Wo left our watch at liomo this morn, Whiun caused us constoniation, But wo know it is noon right now "Wo'vo insido information. AN HONESTY STORY WITH A MORAL. Tlmt tlu old xjiyiiij, "HoiiCHty is the liost policy," is true, is ojtomiiliflcil by the following littlo story. Many years ago a trader started a post among a tribo of westorn Indians, but for a time he did littlo busine with them. The Indians would often como in and look over his goods, but they novor bought anything. Still tho trader remained "With them. Ono day tho chief himself ennio in. He bought a blanket for him self and a calico dress for his squaw. "1'ay you by'm by tomorrow," said tho chief. "Pour other skins, you say? ( Good." On tho following day tho chief, true, to his word, came to tho trader o pay for his pur...

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 March 1915

bgikk R' S" V, & m ? t? - v rr $ ! J" - .., i' r Ks. a ? & m S. &' ,y, K.' nt'jio Is PANAMA EXPOSITION now on nml tlio Richmond Normal Bchool soon to begin. All bound for thoso ulaco of amusement and work will do well to seo tho now TRUNKS, BAGS and SUIT CASES ' which Just camo In over 0. & O. Rail road, at special prices, moro so on Trunks, Steainor, Wardrobe or Regu lation Trunk. All displays on first floor. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillojs Foremost Clothiers MAY HAVEJASEBALL Enthusiastic Mooting of Fans In Conn cil Chambor Last Evening Pros pects Look Bright. Last night after City Council ad journed, a very enthusiubtiu baseball mooting was held at tlio City Council Chamber. Mr. Thomas A. Keith, for mer president of tho local club, culled the mooring Ito order, and after a few Lricf remarks introduced Secretary Thomas Sheets of tiho Loxington Base ball Club, who told of tho plans for the coming season. Mr. Shoots said that ho know posi , tively that Lexington, ...

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 March 1915

iv ' ;;.- ' we - '- t .-WO. 1 ;W.rSSs A &T ?J tf5? "A Wr i SOMF, SHOOTING. Thoso Krttpps can shoot to boat the bind; But fioni tho allied fleet Camo shots that crossed tho ocean and Knocked down tho piico of wheat. BERT lPEARCE Termer Well Known Maysvllllan Died At His Homo In Covington Early Yesterday Morning. " Mavur .1. Woslov Leo jostordny re ceived a lot tor from Cincinnati announcing- tin (loath of Mr. Hert L. Fonreo, who for a mimlior of yea is was ono of Mavsvillo's proiiiiiiont business moil, having boon engaged in the mill ing and coal Iiumiuks lioro. .Some l.'i or '20 venrs ago he niovod with his fam ily fuim this city to Co ington, where ho has resided over nlnoe. Ho wa nliout 70 years of age and has been an Invalid,, for a number of years. Besides his wife, ho is survived bv two daughters, Mrs. Dixie XeKon and Miss Mary I'earce, both of Covington, and two sons, Dr. Hert IVan-o of Cov ington and Dr. Matt IVaico of Colo r.ido. Ho was a sou of the Lite Mr. and Mi.s. Hl...

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 March 1915

' ',', fJJ Tf : Mr .) W . Ik l . tt ' - ?- -v t . v -v,. 1 - ' ' yft I i9 .. It-. '. mt THE PUBLIC LEDGER , UAlLT-KXCXtT aUMUT, rOUItTU dr JULT, THANRSUIV1NO AMD CltlllBTMAa. A. P. CURRAN, ) H.'C. CURRAN, !" tu v ; i & ' uoeUndLon Wn dfl I orriM-rwnMO -y piitVnceTeloifhotie NO. 4U. ntered nl the Mnysvllle. Ky., Poitofficc n ccoinl-cUw mall matter. suu&uiiiri io.sn r mail. Onu Yenr ? "" MX Monllia. - ' ?" 1 iir mumtiii - VKLIVKHKD Ity VAJtltlCH, Ver Month........ -..." aoiOnU rayablt to Collector at tnd or JontA. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. Here's a loud tribute to the selling power of n advertisement. One o America "s greatest soap makers is located in Philadelphia. The firm has recently produced n new brand which must bo wrapped in a special way. Four machines have been ordered to do the wrapping some 20,000 packages of soap a day for each. "We are afraid to advertise this soup in more than three cities," said the manager, ".because we can not yet produce the stulV as fast as gen...

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. — 17 March 1915

All the wonders of the famous New York Hippodrome shown in seven reels. "Marvelous." Matinee at 2:30; Evening 7 and 8:30. Souvenirs given at the matinee. It's a treat; meet me there. ADMISSION 5 AND 10 GENTS.: :WASHINGTON OPERA-HOUSE. .' ,-., I 'lv ,1.- .-;. ; ' 1 . sbCJ i., ,-i :yi " m t' $SK Life's good to you. Know itl . Tho trlalr of today may not oven bo me mories tomorrow. Tho mountain of the moment to come shrinks to tho mole hill of tho past. You can't holp but smllo to think how you aro worried. Smile first and you'll forgot how to worry. AROUMENTUM AD FEMINAM. ltopro'i'iitntivo Howillo of Ohio, whoso vigorous uiiti-sufTnific .speech w:is the fe-uturo of last month's surtrnKC ilebnto, sat at a recent dinner party in Washington bosido a suffragist. Tho suffrajiist, ilcsirom of showiiiff voman's porfilom or servitude, Miid: "Mr. How die, why does n woman, when .slio nmrrios n man, tsiko his name?" Hut Mr. How die, dosirous to show woman's sheltered and' easy economic postion,...

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 March 1915

MB jf. ' . -v VL V V" 11 'V -V v . r fr A. -'1L . , te ' V " U' i- tv i' K$T ; U "!' Lr . PANAMA EXPOSITION now on and tlio Richmond Normal School soon to begin. All bound for thcso ulaco of amusement and work will do woll to sco the now TRUNKS, BAGS and SUIT CASES "which Just canio In over 0. & O. Rail road, at special prices, moro bo on Trunks, Stoamor, Wardrobo or Regu lation Trunk. All displays on first floor, Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers 153,415N)UNDS Wero Total of Tuesday's Tobacco Sales Somo High Prices Realized. The Mnysilli toliii-m in.ukot wii lively .ijriiin ostorduy, wlu'ii sill Iioumw report oil total iiiloi .imountiiig to loll, 415 iouniN. Tlio market wif stionjr anil tlio jirii'o range was from -f 1 .50 to fliO. 1'ollowiny nio tlio figures in detail: Central. Pounds sold 32,013 High price 21.00 Low price 2.00 Independent, Pounds sold 41,010 High prko 20.00 Low price. 1-30 Ploor average O.H !M.uket strong. Xo reject ions. Growers. Pounds 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. — 18 March 1915

v ffim A Bowl of Soup & '. J p IPVBKAT HCPPBz.aA-Mt fMiXF FVBUO USVOFM-inf, DIFFERENT SIZES. Sonio aro men of' inoinont, Somo aro howling bloods. Somo aro big potatoes, Somo arc merely spuds. LARGE ATTENDANCE AT CORE'S' FUNERAL. MR. Tho mortal remains of Bovoe Doiltls Coro wore laid to rest in tlio Muysvlllc cemetery yesterday afternoon with im preSsixo services. The large number who attended the services nt tlio homo of the father-in-law, Mr. Gordon Oil more, the. many floral tributes and the words of the ministers nil testify to the high esteem in which tlio young man was licit! in the community where he has licd such a slioit time. Tlio sorxjeos were conducted by T?ev. A. F. Stnhl of the First Christian Cfuireh, who a little oxer a xo.ir and a half igo olliciated at tho wedding, which this untimely dentil brings fresh to our minds. Tlio Rev. II. H. Wil hoy to of the R.iptist cliurch, assisted in the service by ofToring a prayer. Two very appiojiriate hymns were sung by Mrs." ...

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 March 1915

TO . .''Be .. t-' V-1"V- ;m :- l(L ! THE PUBLIC LEDGER jAiLT-ixcirr omiat, rountu or jolt, tuanriuivinu ANII ClIIUBTXAt. A. P. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN M- J . Efr ' a : - r.' - EH- : I. Bsn i, ,jv fV, 1& H' " DlHUnceTelaiihone - - - Editorsiand Publishers Looul ami l-otiu fin A orrio ruDtio lcduch buii.uinu MAISVILLI. KT. KnlereJ nt the Mnv'vllle, Ky., roitoffice a necoiul-clann mall mutter. SVil&Vllll'iloya-llY MAIL. One Yr. -....-... . hik nuuiii h ' Thrr Moiilli .. D DKUYKIMI) 21 y CA1UUKR, Per montli as:cenn I'ayablt to Collector at tnd ot JontA. PUBLIC WRITES SIGNS FOR ST. LOUIS OARS. Tlic 5t. Louis Street Unihvny Company litis for some tune been placing placards in its ears, direct ed to the nublic. The iilea originated with the late jfclb' Captain Kobert AlcCullooh, i'or many years presi pt J dent of the company. At his death the company '' ... l l i .. i! il.. ..1.... ..n ll ;...m(.i,I ilu linl. WlSlieCl 10 CUIIUIIUU l jiuii, au it luiHiu iw jft.i ions to send in suggest...

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