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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 18 March 1915

TPTO.' i" IW 7N i . fl J t 'A 3 '; iJ..iJii 1 1 i IvEjD RIVER OH.IOS Are the Earliest Potatoes, the Best Yielders and the "Greatest Seed Potatoes Grown." In 2 Bushel Bags and Every Bag Bears the Grower's Name. UiranQlHWHHIHIHHpMVHHHHHMHBRjHHllfBj v-: I u Mm gBS s V- ' . v ,i ' 1 -V- -;' ;,; jft ' ' V.t w '. -2 .',. '$ r.i j . i, - IT V '"Wj : ?isy . " . kr J Si M T ua lw Id'''" ' OIIIEr EXHIBITS. Divorco and politics aro like, For hero I now submit: Tho chief exhibits soem to bo Tho letters w0 have writ. .J. ' ' J. 'A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY. .. : Ono Hundred Years Ago Today. lSlu -Vnjmloou arrioil within a day's mm oh of l'uris. Consternation loigni'd anions tho royalists in tho capital and ninny of thorn hastily fled f i om the city. Sovcnty-fivo Years Ago Today. 1S40 Jofcoph l'arriili, one of tho most cmiiiunt physii'iiins of his time, a professor of the University of l'enu .sylvanin, died in I'liil.Klelpliia. Horn there, September -, 1771'. Fifty Years Ago Today. IMKi Tho Confed...

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 March 1915

4 I?.'' i-- vr ? w " i.v A 4 ' y AV Wfr- pt v ' r fA. 'fr iff- P7 m is . Si n i ft ! m MAYBE YOU DON'T KNOW WE MAKE TO MEASURE TO FIT Suits and Overcoats Vo ORDER. WE DO, AND THE PRICES ARE $15 to $50 T( -TOR SUITS THAT HAVE m . ; xiixj aixuij wiixuu oiaio, Geo. H. Frank & Co. MaysviUo's Foremost Clothiers . Oauo marks 13.5 and falling. Packets in and out on regular -died ulo and business "ood. Tho Pittbur;r and Cliaileston packet ste.unor Houbon Dunbar, left (!allii(dis, 0., Monday for Pittsburg, on lier first trip in that trade. In the Cincinnati di-diicfi the Ohio river will fall slowly Thursday. The gauge at Cincinnati Wednesday regis tered 15.il feet, a fall of 0.5 of a foot .ilurinj.' the pnst L't hours. Tho Coney Island steamers, Island u- Queen nnd Princes, start on Siindnv excursions .March '2. The steamer Is lnml Queen will leave tlie HriMilway (Wharfboat at i:U0 a. m. and 11:30 p. in. for Law rcnceliiu and Auroni, I ml. The it owner Pnncos will leave at' 10 a. in, and...

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 March 1915

tt. , r K rr -k X M,.15 y" Jii'i imnnin'il .'' i.i:niMjjiiMuiw '",. "I '.'IL'." '-,.'. '.'LI ' ' ' . i ,, ", " fr Bowl of Soup -' Pi V'J I f'f" ftJi W ii , .- ,-! f 7Ss.r- e "-, F; ?. j 2?,'?, J Wifio l.,i. t 5'v , t ?i . y4jr,st fc-- .V. -k Mis t Vf' ;.. v. jrr sSfset iT0'MATQUl PUBLIC LEDGE ii MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1015. ONE COPY ONE CENT. here and there 1 1 If of cold weather tlio groundhog Don't bring us cessation, We're going to bco his honor and Douiand investigation. JUDGE OF SADDLE HOUSES. It you bare Irlendi Tliltlnf you. or II you in foiaf on a riii. pico "r not . ihit tlftcl. L. T. Anderson of Point iiu View Stock riinn, .Miiynille, 1ms been hon ored with the appointment in judge of saddle hordes at the Philadelphia Ioro Show, ti bo ht'ltl tin time in April, whole tin- finest hoisos in the world compete for tlio ribbons before tho best judges of horses in the world. It is a great honor to Mr. Andersou that he has been selected as tlio best judge of saddle...

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 March 1915

il m iV" Vf !,.- V , r ---d - I Sft IV rt r . ' fc5,,? ' i V m. & it-. &' i- ; L,' W1 M ;a l- 4. if fjW In" ' m K' i J ' s 3E H-l-Jl-Ji1 f Mi -. TjHEPUBLIC LEDGER lUILT IXCirr iUNpAIi rQOBTB or JULTTIIAXKi8rflNt ANn cuiuiiuui. . A. F. CtJRRAN, I H. C. CURRANt I. Editorsfand Publishers gisunca Telephone "" I M,MT" LED8IH BUILDING, Xl.lRT. Knitted at the Maynvllle, Ky., roitofflce an ceoml-cU null matter. "" SVliXVUlVllUNS-BY UilL. One Tf r - - -V-M J" Hlx JHoillUft- ....... .. ... TbrHillnalki - UJtUlVKKKl) BV VAltHlSK, Per W onlh..M- ... l.,ao:etiH rayabltto Collector at end of Month. CIVIL SERVICE COMMENDED. The "Minneapolis .Journal copies editorial from the Stnte Journal which related to the prying loose 01 the Civil Serviee ordor to get plums for -the "boys," ami thus commends it: "Th"ie is good sense. This party paper knows that a party's worst eremies are within the party, flint when self-seeking gains the upper hand, any party may as well prepare to move out. Civil Se...

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 March 1915

' ' " II Ml I I. Mjfflj tJGbw JIKf IHjiflH H Are the Earliest Potatoes, the Best YieSders and the "Greatest Seed Potatoes Grown." In 2 Bushel Bags and Every Bag Bears the Grower's Name. IME D c? JEIS? 5fcp !&& iSHfc Jew Jui HUh 'V ! - " m f.'-V, .- 1 .."l J . -1 r '4 -?: 1 i -i - V1 .'.. V.i i' . VVJ MSi-l STOP' V 4 .v & EAS JOE. A. man, may bo in doubt as to What is liis natural bont: But'lio .knows no's tho ono man who Could run tho government. TO AROUSE INTEREST IN THE MINISTRY. Jlnrtford, Conn., March 1!). Under tho joint auspices of tho leading theo logical seminaries of the east, a three day conference of college men was opened today ait tho Hartford Thco logioul Seminary. Tho purpose of the conference; Is to arouse interest in the ministry. John II. Mott, Dr. Hubert 13. Speer, Hew j. Parks Cadninu, Dr. John II. rinley and several other di vines and educatois of noto arc on tho program for addresses. Start New Year right nnd smoko La J Tosca and No. 5. MqJo by Gcor...

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 March 1915

JJ y -V. V.,N A4 j,; SK '? S5 ..- V J m tt: . v'-r. 'X, . w. .i. . A&,,' m m MAYBE YOU DON'T KNOW WE MAKE TO MEASURE TO TIT Suits and Overcoats V TO ORDER. WE DO, AND THE PRICES ARE $15 to $50 FOR SUITS THAT HAVE THE STYLE WHICH STAYS. Geo. H. Prank & Co. MaysrWo'8 Foromost Olothlors LATEST WARBULLETINS founded War Horses Recommended As Food. An article on Germany 's food sup plies by I'rot. .Schottelius, dealing with tho desirability of using horso ilesh for food, says: "Kvou in times of jicaco horso llesh is oaten by the poorer olnssos, and makes a very good substi tuto for beef." Reported Russians Havo Mado Break At Przemysl. London, .March IS. The outer forts of Przomysl, toward which !i part of tho Austrian army lias been struggling in nn ed'ort to bring about the relief of tho besieged garrison, have at last fallen before the Russians, according to unollleial reports reaching London. Kaisor Holds War Conncil. London, March IS. The Evening Xows printed a dispatch from C...

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 March 1915

A 1 -?? -si " M ',! ' ?r vr , ,i x v J H.S.j'JiJ ti 'xHrv r av u Km " iV. !W il $M3I fo', a $& mi r tvii M3ti ." .-.I... . a. fl M "Vljl 'J v4 fj m ttp? . il him vj!t"v A'tfSTLI HiZPeiJ.JtWV-JVrt $& Whon tlio donkey saw tho zebra Ho began to switch bis tail; "Well I never," was bis comment; "There's a mule that's been in jail." GOOD WORK OF AID SOCIETY OF FOREST AVENUE M. E. OHUROH. Tim Ladies' Aid Society of tho For est Avenue M. 13. church "met at the homo of Mrs. .1. C. Simons of Forest nvcnuo Thursday afternoon at " o'clock. Tliis was tho time for the opening of tho birthday box and the ladies wore delighted with tho nice sum it contained. The meeting was called to order by tho president. Then the dear old song, "Nearer, My God, To Thee," was sung. .Scripture read in;, I'snlin III and prayer. Then fol lowed the business session. Al'tor this , jhc ladies were usheied into tho din ing room, where a delicious luncheon was served by the society, consisting of salads, chicken...

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 March 1915

4 wr 4 riv i V 1 . , t. l-ylu. S&ft ? . ' i -1 iW "l .. W' K . . ivi . (p. ,. v. M t S"' . vT '..; ?4 f Mi - '.' Ft ; w urn iiik'-jJtrt- THEJPUBLIC LEDGER iiAiLT-ixoirr uHnT, roontn or iult, tbikhsoitino AND CIIMSTIUI. A. F. CURRAN, ) H. C. CURRAN , S12. LooMandbonjr Mn 40. lintereil at the Mnvvle, Ky., roitofflce an siceoml f lap mall matter. SUllbVUir'JJUMI-UY MAlU. Editorsland Publishers orrioc ruauo Lcnaiu buimiinh, MATIV1I.LI. RT. One Yin-......... , Nix Monllia. ... Tlirv jioiiiiia.... .t 00 ... i ao ... 70 ojcuyjciiKO by oakhikr, rr Month-... MJCenU rawblttoVolltetoraltnd ot Stonti. SUNDAY'S SLANQLESS SERMON. When Hilly Sunday wont to AViisliiiigtoii, 1). ('., several days ago to talk before the officials of that city he carried a disappointment with him. Wnsh mgtoniniis expected to hear the usual Sunday slang, but Billy fooled them and instead gave them J3ostonese lingo from start to finish. SPECIMEN OF SUNDAY'S NHW SL-ANQLBSS- LINCIO. TTcrc is a sample of the new style ...

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 March 1915

M f " m '' i .g.ijti- r, Jrt JtLiX- xvJL V LiXx vJJnLXCJs Are the Earliest Potatoes, the Best Yielders and the "Greatest Seed Potatoes Grown." In 2 Bushel Bags and Every Bag Bears the Grower's Name. ME -- - y JJWMm g ? ttB 1 -?m m ' cm m ,v u V ft Twas Harry who the sllonco broko; "Miss Margo, why aro you liko a trco?" "Because, because I'm board, sho spoke, "Oh, no, becauso you're woo'd, said ho. "Why ar0 you liko a treo?" sho said; "I have a heart?" ho asked, so low. Hor answer made- tho young man red, "Becauso you're sappy, don't you konw?" "Onco more," sho asked, "why aro you now A trco?" Ho couldn't quito perceive, "Trees loavo sometimes, and make a bow, And you may also bow and leave." $. .j. j. -J. T. OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY J .J. TARTY. ! .J. Dr. diaries W. Kliot, president emer itus of Harvard University, born in Bos ton, SI yours ago today. (Amelia Uin,'liani, popular actress, born at Ilicksvillo, O., 4(3 years ago to lny. .1. Praiikliu Fort, former Governor of Xew Jersey and n...

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 March 1915

. . v "Afi ' : J' - W"" Tif; ' r, H' & tA lx; . tf m v i! A i ' ? 7 9t (t fi" '' r i 1 & k .V fcV f. 3" to II 'jT MAYBT2 YOU DON'T KNOW WE MAKE TO . ' MEASURE TO FIT Suits and Overcoats TO ORDER. WE DO, AND THE PRICES ARE $15 to $50 FOR SUITS THAT HAVE THE STYLE WHICH STAYS. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothlors GERMAN GUNNERS " INFLICT HEAVYjLOSS ON ENGLISH SHIPS ' London, March 1!). The Prithdi bocond lino battleship Irresistible, of 33,000 tons, was struck and sunk by Turkihh sheds in the Dardanelles bom bardment, says nu admiralty statement. Tho battleship Ocean, 12,030 tons, was silso struck by a mine and sunk. Tho ndmiralty uKo admits tho loss of tho l'reneli ship Pouet with hor enti'o erew. Tho Piitivh battleship lufloiililj was damaged. Tho French battleship (luulois was also damaged. Germans Told To Get Oiit of Italy. Paris, Marcli U. (iormaus at iooits in the Jtalian Itiviotu hae been pri vately notified by tho authorities to leave Italian teiritor...

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 March 1915

----H-HH6 J A H '.vjr.' , , .. &-. . j v " .-2 . 1 V, " tf Sv j Xti vSS w 3fij K4'l BM K sraa : -i Al -.X AM ? it-ii-J XT H i-- .-' ai k-v fr? jhatq ?-$ nWMVMn'M n4J iBPCC.iM-i XtJZJ TVttlO .C0JWMH 'Twil' soor bo tino To snort and cuss About tliu blamed Housocloaning muss. MRS. SARAH DAUGHERTY Former Maysvllle Resident and Mother of Messrs. William and Hiram Daughorty of This City, Died Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Daughorty, wifo of the l.tte S, !. Daughorty, of this city, pass oil nwnv at the liomo of lior daughter, Mrs. T. J. Ciuwford, at Koysur, W. Va., Saturday morning, her death being due to the infirmities of old ago. Deceased was lioru nt HnrporV J erry, .Aid., on February '2., l.SIrJ, nud vih therefore Sit years of age. For the creator part of her life, she was a resident of this city, where many know her as a kind mother, a dootod wife and a consistent Christian lady. She is surived by four children Messrs. Hiram ami William Daughterv, of this city; Mrs. T. .1. Crawford, of Ke...

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 March 1915

"1"VV' V 1 -V H V V ,- j 'f -. f-A'' I ,M.fc MfcHMjiiiT i A. '""'" - I, PP' k"1 !l'V M ft ri XSS. V - : h V ; K ' $: ' -i !W. j. I . r fc t-y ?. s flff, r THE PUBLIC LEDGER iUilt txoirr 0MAT rouHTii or JOLT, tuakiivino ANII CUIUSTMAB. A. F. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN I - - - Edltorsjand Publishers No. 40. orncK wiilio lkwiiii builmnii, HATIV1LLC. KT. Luotl nd Lone UlKitnee Taltphone k'ntered at the Mnyvlltc, Ky., PoitafTice ns seeonil-cls malt matter. ' aUllbVUlVJlONX-BY MAIL. .18 OK .. 1 81) . 70 Our V.Mtr NIK Months. - TlirnpM.Mil h. ..... - DtCLlVKllKU BY UAMUKH, 4 Tor Month I. u:onU 'gijable to Colltctor at end of Month. THE MARRYING AGE. What is the proper age at which to got niarrietl 1 Looking back, one finds that the great men of the world have bet no very delinitc precedent. Shake speare "was only JS wlien he entered the married State, while Ben Jonsou waited until he attain. e(l his majority. The great musician, Mozart, avus 25; Dr. Johnson, Sir Walter Scott, Edmund Burke and Da...

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 March 1915

WAR PICTURE VVEUDlSrHSSOA."" E5"VJE5lSTXiSrG5-. DOVLTSSIOISr 1 Oo V 25o Over 30,000 People Saw Them at the Grand Opera House, Cincinnati. You Can See Them Here at the Same Price. TIMES Jp' H rii.sBiircs'iroiy- xi i ,. v . Jf V5- ' L 1 I S V ,&i a - v,- Bf 4hjS . V i ? c &m vffi tti 1,9 .'V :3s3 :t?1 'JT VMW '& & Vfl i". ' S GETTING READY FOR I EASTER! 3 New Spring Goods are here and the S S variety is great. Call and see them. S Exclusive patterns in Silks, Dress Goods, Voiles, Crepes, Flowerings, etc. S Largest stock of Neckwear, Gloves, g Hosiery and Ribbon in the city. E ROBERT L HOEFLICH S 211 and 213 Market Street B " mmm HMiHI Wfc, B" PARAMOUNT DAY-DANIEL FROGMAN PRESENTS JHE INIMITABLE GtEjVLjohn barrymore tHOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURESsr Paramount Days Monday, Wednesday and Friday Coming Wednesday, OLGA PETROVA in "THE THREE OF US" 3 PARTS 3 Pastime Today I "VA.XJ3DE"VIX-iI-iE Affjss Eugenia Sequin in Character Changes, Singing and Fancy Dancing THE MASTER KEY! ...

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 March 1915

KJ lfw ? -$y; fff ; V;1 i iweRic?a ftBEL KT H oKr 1 Hir i m ,1 'w - y m MS, .. P-, P '-. ?, - &-: Mi' m I' ' !ry I. J ' '. f ."-' f" Manufacturers Demand Their Money5 Store ITow Closed to arrange, invoice and mark down the stock for this monster big money raising sale; positively no one allowed in the building until sale opens. Wednesday. March 24th, 1915, at 8 a. m. 300 Men's New Spring Suits, worth $12.50, now 914.05. And they wnnt it quick, regardless of all former cost or value. That is the reason this entire $37,500 stock of tho MM H 24 West Second Street, -M AYS VILLE, ET. J. Hnry Fecor's Old Stand, OppositsWnitoiiall Hotel, is to b Slaughtered by the MAFUFACTURERS' CREDIT ST2TDICATE OF AMERICA. This Company U acting under a forfeit contract to sell this entire stock in 10 monstrous selling days. Our verdict is to sell regardless of all former cost or value; tut prices at GO and 70 per cent on every dollar. Get the money quick, that's our order. Here is your chance. STAR C...

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 March 1915

- ) & 5s4&v - i i - 7 Tt -5' v ' f j Vfl i f Sf .' .J ; Yi is-J I m 3 'Ii'mt"" " -.-r-T f --- .r -- . ..,.., - ?" " T.I. ... Yl. -.- .,,, J ..,. i .1 i ii ubitiaMwrt. li mmj11-ma. 2 : LJLi: 1 1 z-1 z : pl r . . ..,,.. . . . .... .. JW "n 'i ,.TmT ., j8Wii, inAn ilpll A Bowl of Soup X ;:.:, JfUCLlt 1 LUMiUK H IwToJuf imachw RFpanuvA-' MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. mbMtfM 1 & HUHANnOCIETY MARCHTERM T ilk -" Fa' U Permanently Organizod At Court Houso Of Mason Circuit Court Convened Yes- Mk Pt H" C VVl vYftWfrsv La9t Evening-Secretary Troun- torday Morning-Grand Jury So- 10 CENTS PER BUSHEL lIV M I 1 U 1 UJ Mm L U l ) J J I SlUlO 01 UIO VIUO UUIIIUIIO w.iu WUBU9 uui iUi k aTr-: 'Twill soon bo time. For tlmo Is fleet, To Ho awako And swat the skcot. OFFICERSJLECTED By Maysvllle Command cry No. 10, Knights Tomplars At Last Night's Meeting. Tho following wore elected to serve for tho coming your iu Maysvillo Com mandcry No. JO, Knights Templar...

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 March 1915

A.' d w V I J ft.- t ' H- SV . m v x. THE ?UBLIC LEDGER' -3 lMUY-Ot. AfpToUR i j - - - yioiPT iUMUT, rOOIlTIl 'Of JOLT, TIIAKKSatYINa AND CliniWMAS. cAN. ( " " " EdlrS'i"a Publ,Sh!i? Oocil.idLon fj dfl. orr.o.-roBMo Ljenain builuiWo, 9iUtfc Telephone U. tUi m,TTlLL. kt. Knltrfd al the Mnynville, Ky., Poiloffice a ceon-cmm man '"";" SUVSUitlVUJUXS-ltr MAIL, On wr. - - ......$ " Nix fllotttlia. ..- - " rV Tlirr Mouth. M USLlVKRRli BY VARR1RR, Per Moiilli....... .a;cenl Vayablt to Collector at 4t,d Of ilonti. MummwM Co Owr Kinfl ?ricnd$ ana Patrons On April 1st, 11)15, tho cutiro plunt o TJic Pub- lie- Ledger newspaper unci The Lodger Prinlery, good will, etc., will become the properly of Mr. Cliarlej E. Dietrich, -who has purchased same from the present owners, A. K Cumin and II. (J. Uurran. Sir. II. 0. Curran has owned a one-half interest m the two plants since January 1st, but has at no lime been an active partner, as his time and duties were fully taken up with his office us Collec...

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. — 23 March 1915

svv 4 ' . ' A PICTURES WE303STESID-A."5r 33"VE33STIi:rC3-. -A.03VEISSI03NT 1 On 25n Over 30,000 People Saw Them at the Grand Opera House, Cincinnati. You"Can See Them Here at the Same Price. I '. , - 3 TIMES-STAR WAR w 'm : 5JJ K'fc .'W ' " VJfJ I S u" 3 a Rbev It is better to hustle for now business I than to get wealth by cutting down ex i prases. BELGIAN POOB NEED NOT PAY, FOE FOOD. dipt. .1. I'. I.tit'oy, a iiiciulior of the Commission Air Holiof in Uelgium at 71 Hrnailwny, Now Vork, lias issued a denial of i-liarios lmulo recently in the Dottoit Free l'rexs of March 0, by For iliiiiiinl Vniuler Xoot, a Potroiter just ro. (turned from llclgium, that Uolgfcuis havo to liny fond sent by the United State. "As for tlio statement that food is sold tit hiyh prh-os," said Captain Lu cey, "I emphatically state that food is only sold to people- who aro well able to pay for it and aro dependant upon the Commission's stores for their sup plios, paying a prii'o which allows a Mory small mar...

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 March 1915

9r. m- rh.- 1 J m 5 1 m Vs &i, t hS. The Man Who Purchases ft milt nnl I" luiri'liininjr looks three, b.Tu 1.. ..1. .. intl nlimlil lllllljlilllPJ V- I3 ur imUlU IIIUHIIIH nuvuWj wwiliiiivio i not only tlio qntiiity ot tiio monMiniiuuo, vbut nNo Hie iiunlity mid reputation KboJiliul it. p. In innklnjj his sehvtiotw lioro, lie f knows first of nil Hint behind our men's i and youujj jiioh'm clothes tlioro is tlio iu- 4 togrity of Hint nationally known elotlies making organist ion THE HOUSE OF KUPPENIIEIMER. Also ho knows Unit in addition tlioro is our plighted word t lint ho will re . colvo nothing short of nbwlutc and com. , jdoto sntisfnetion. V Need wo sny mnro boyond the fnct f .that should occasion evor arise, that plcilgo will bo fulfillod without qiiib ,'j. bio or equivocation. Sco tlio new stylos' in suits tho Beau fort tho York, tho British, tho Wayno " nt $20, $25 or up to $10. .'; Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers 24,611,620P0UNDS Total Sales On the...

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 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 March 1915

tr 1 v tf "L- . ' 4 i ; P. I K 1 K' If- - te . . ' rt THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAUT-KXCrT UNDAT, rOCRTII Of JULT, TIIANRtOITINU AMU OUnlTA. A. P. CURRAN, ) nj.rc onH Publishers .. - H. C. CURRAN,JJl orncie ruBLio lkdosh nuitiimn, Hil.VlU.t. KT. OooUnalipiii Mn Af) nl.l.nnaTlt Mtihone ,,u ti ibhu" r i - - - uiuIiTlM the MavtvlUe. Ky.. 1'o.tulT.ce as i.ceomlrUii 'L "li1: tiUiiavHiPiioAs-nv hail. ..tit oo i on 70 One Yr " " Nix Month. .. - -. TUr- Jlimlli .. . OKLlVKllKl) HX VAIIHIAK, .r Mnnlll SBICrnU 7i yablelo Collector at tud ot Montn. WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER'S SIDE. , Nobody with a whih stivak through tlu-ii' liver has liccnsi to umk'ruike publishing u newspaper. This statonu'iit is imlorsi'tl by those of this old i ..,i ii. (i,.. ..iMii't It ii nivludc to a further KIKli" " "" v'- ... '."Statement, though; (lint if there is anything that n publisher dreads to see coming toward ami n si "wet and dry" agitation. It hi- takes either side. '. or stands aloof, his business suffers. Already a...

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