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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 March 1915

mm&mW&x -W t WHfp 1 -w '"'' -i y ,"', -'.-, H f ' ' v, ., .4,7 ' 1 , T l ""- $jr f , , . i -n i ' , 'j.: ' , - far War Pictures Today Matinee at 3:30 A. M. Evening at 7 and 8:30 P. M. IT IS A TREAT, So Don't Fail To See Them. l A W W Ik Tinres-S Kci3a-T03sr THEAT 2fcM i .jj. .j. .j j j. j. j. j .j. j. j j j !' I ! J. IDIOTORIALS. I j. By Ono. I .j (Iioulsvlllo Herald.) -U ! jj. j j j j j ! j i- l I 4 W4 PROPOSED PUB LICITY CAMPAIGN It Should Expound tho Principles of Protection and Exposo Frco Trado's Fallacies. ' : ! FIFTY YEARS AOO IN .J j. CINCINNATI. .J. J (Commercial Tribuno) I .1 rate i 2u'tr?j '!;. a ,'Y j . -. -:i'- .;--j .' "i.-SI t-a :.M .i- , .i s a ' V Ai Vfl 'yj SPRING POEM. Tori I bird in tlio liantl to two in tlio tico; For flsli in tlio Pin to two in tho soa; For yv man on tho Job to two in tho I gutter; For :iliair in tho hand to two in tho fcuttu. TRYlWa OUT CIRCULAR OIQAR 1 BOXES. A circular eijjnr box of thin Spanish coilnr veneer in being tried out by tl...

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 March 1915

' ' "' - i - " " '" " m , " yf jjflkf i. 4 'K SF i v h. ' IM fo -" ZIZl . - 1 The Man Who Purchases n stilt mill In purchasing looks throe, six or twelve innuthx ahead, considers not only the, quality of tho iiiorolinncliwo, but aNo tlio. quality nml reputation behind It. In making his selections here, lie knows first of nil thut behind our men's r nnil young men's olotlies thoro is the ln- togrlty of that nationally known clothes making organization THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER. Also ho knows thnt in addition thoro is our plighted word tlmt ho will ro coivo nothing short of absolute and com. ploto satisfaction. Need wo sny moro beyond the fnct that should occasion ever arise, that plcdgo will b0 fulfilled without qulb bio or equivocation. Sen tho now stvles in suits the Beau- fort, tho York, tho British, tho Wayne at $20, .2o or up to $10. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MaysviUo's Foremost Clothiers 142,000P0UNBS Were Total Sales Tuesday Lively Mar ket and Flvo Houses Had Auctions. LATEST WA...

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 March 1915

1 I "1- DTTDTTr ISftQlll ""? nhniiin SHI A Bowl of Sol t ' "' Sf- ii !3S -m & t , luuuii. up iinum ...M fj? ' lltVf ty 8ffiiat&aSa& ' MAYVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1915, ONE COPY-ONE CENT. BffHi ' r S& f il a - i - - i TO In but a vcrjj Few wcckii more, We'll all bolasking: 'What's tic scoro?' CIRCUIT COURT NOUNCES FOR LERK KEY AN- E-ELECTION. Tn the aniioniicomolit column of Tho Loducr will be fount! the curd of Cir cult Court Clerk James H. Key', who respectfully solicits j the Democratic voters to renominate. Jhini to the ollicc which ho now so efllcjently holds. Mr. Koy has only held tllio clerkship one term mid ho feels and his numerous fol- lowing of friends supporters feci that ho deserves, unit should receive tho iJomociatie oiidorsi'iiieut for a sec ond term. He has made an excellent oflicinl. PRAYER MEETINa TONIGHT. i Regular prajer meeting services to night at 7 o'clock at tlu Tliird Street M. E. church. Hery one is urged to bo present at this se...

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 March 1915

c miDf ir'TpnriPR buy-a-balei h ip. HIAnKIAIIIKirnAI Bimni. l ir s -"""-ifti -j IE jTU'UJ-av-i jLi-r--'- c!ii:i, ..,. irt i. full Tin nniiiliiliim of rnsiioii I Mb MIIIINHINfWV Slllll.ft I r ' , i Mivinn i j - . .. j" --- 1111 IfllllllVflallllvl 111 m Jill U 11 L 1 1 ffltT-XXCBrt 1UN0AT, TOUBTII Of JOLT, TIIAHKIUimNO js (,) SWlllg 1)Uck, IIS ll lllWliyH (loi'S. WOUK'H Of I f AMI) ClimilTlliB. r SJilt - ' - Editors and Publish ftLUHRttl'i I ml 1.6n fco Telephone No. 40. omoi-rum.ic lkdukii huiluinii MiTBVlM... KT. M'nt Hie Mnywllle, Ky., I'oiloffice h nocoitd-dm. limit iiinUrr. SlHISUtll'JJUXS-llY HAIL. llnf "Ifewr....... f g" Nil. Month "" Tbrrn Jlonllii 7 DKUVKRKD VY OAltlllKR, Ier Month...... ........ .W..MICHIII 'a ynfrt to Colltelor at ttut ot itonlA. 5 lATOnTNfJ-'WP.W FREEDOM. )ii indux to tlu' risen I chronicle of the Wilson iid- ni.stvation so far would run soiiu'thiiiyr like this: ' 1. Treasury net haianee, iM(itf,()0(.0()(). 2. Ordiiiiirv revenuix oll'set ordinary e.xpcudi-...

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 March 1915

V t ''WWp'v " ' MX' H3 m ' ? v i , :i ' PM&i y" , -si ' fC 7 S ' 'W'Ji .1M ' w :rfc K rfi? ' itSw f - " .' '" ' - l FL DlJIv HUH HHHHHHb HHHHHF HE- HHHP HHH HHH "HHH HHb RHflHYa HbHbHB WUP"P 9PPC F - Wlicn a man spends 75 cents a round for drinks andtlion rofiisos his chlldron a fow nickels to go to a picture, show bocauso they aVo spending money on foolishness, "his battinfe avorago as a Good Follow would bo about .000000003, if I was tho oflleml Scorer, says Mister I.uko McLuko. jnr LABORS W01?LD Tlu eae of tlio state of Washington njrahist tho Mountain Timber Company, which is soon to b0 taken1, up in tho So .prcmc Court of tho 1'intei" States, will nlTonl tho fii-d tost liefon! tho highest, tribunal of tho eontitutidmnlity of si compul-ory workmen's i-liinpcnsntiiMi not. The Ohio compensation act h.is liecn held valid, hut it dilVtjrs from tho Washington not in that it is. not an ! tivo moasure. In tho liopo of l)rinj,'inj; tjlio member ihip up to :i,000,000, President Samue...

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 March 1915

.vv w r. f? ft isr. life Btsr JflO 1011 Purchases rebating looks three, tin nhond, considers lit of tlio inercliiuiilise, qimlitj iiiul reputation his select hum here, ho it nil flint behind our turn's Inon'a clothes there W the in- lint nationally kuown clothes ionization ;se o;f kuppeniieimer, knows tlnit in nddltion there Llit oil word that ho will re- Rhg short of absolute and com. fadtion. oy'sfly nioro beyond the fact occasion cvor arise, that bo ful Mlcd without aiuib- location. !ow st Ics in suits tlio Jlcau ork, tho British, tlio Wayne "5 or up to, $10. A. Frank & Co. villo's Foremost Clothiers rilDAYJIPRIL 2, lllo Tobacco Market Closes Soa- ion Sales Ycstorday 97,740 Pounds. LATEST WARBULLETINS Italian Newspaper Declare? Country Now Prepared For Any Eventuality. llonip, Mutch -I. C'oinniei.tiiif: Yin (rtilily upon tho iiu.jnuniinont of tho PJinnilior of Deputies tho (lloiii'ilo I)' Italia n.is oor Deputy now it ion lni'od of the neuowty for ltnly to nit energetically, ...

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 March 1915

'if i v ". W ' 1 k- f MlTS. i 7 v tfk x. - PUBLIC LEDGER B iAA MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. "I'm shobcr as a Judgo," fiuoth ho, Though ho was "frisky." "Oh, yes,' she sneered, "you'ro sobor nn A Judge of whisk." j. j j fj J J J THE WEATHER. J Kontucky- 4 j .j j.j..j.j..j j.j..j.jjj j j -Oloudy and today; cloudy Saturday. colder .J MRS. JULIAJULCAHY Aged Sister of Rev. rather P. M. Jones of This City, Passed Away At Oynthlana. years, street (Cynthinnu Democrat.) ' Mrs. Julia Mulcaliy, aged 70 died at her liomo on Walnut in this city, early Sunday morning from heart trouble. The summon- came unexpectedly. She had had several nt tnelts, at which times her family was summoned, but at this time wns appar ontly well and talKed to fiionds late Saturday evening. Mrs. Mulcaliy was n woman held in high iwteein and was a lovely diaractor. She leaves six eliil dren Mrs. John Sphin of Lexington; Mrs. M. A. Grace of Winchester; Miss Julin Mulcaliy of Somerset; M...

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 March 1915

-'V r v ; V 5.V V ft" K ' ' -;v S3 ' 5Ff . A : fw IrP ." Hit ' f y R- iVi',' r THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAitT kosit scniut, roontn or jolt, tiunrooivinh AND QIIHISTMAR. Local nu boun Hn dfl I orrtoi-ruBMO LKiiosn huiliiinii, jimuceTelopbone 'u u MATtYIU.. kt. Kntcreil nt the May'vllle, Ky., Poiloffice at ceoiii-clni mail matter. mjuavuiriiuNs-uYMAiL. One Yip - ....? IN Is. Month... - I Tlirre .Moulin ...... 70 UKl.lVKUKI) BY UAItlUJCH, rer Honlh... aa:ciiu j'ayabltto Collector at tuti of JontA. WILL PUT FINAL CRIMP IN IMPERIAL ' BRAGGARTS. Nothing new is contained in Sir Kdwurd Urey's addrcs.1 before u London audience on Monday, in which lie reviewed along familiar lines the subject of responsibility for the war; but one portion of. the address is striking as a succinct statement of the issue as it stands today. Jc said: "This is the fourth time within living memory that Prussia has made war upon Kurope and we are determined that it shall be the last." Here is something that needed to be s...

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 March 1915

H29 AHKW nVM C A" y $t 5s . :t a SORELY THERE' IS A DIFFERENCE. THEN WHY NOT BUY THE BEST- son" Crushed Wheat Flour HAS NO EQUAL. HIGHEST GRABE FLOUR MADE AND WORTH ALL IT COSTS. n&. O. RUSSELL CO. . .. i . . - L I B II llny W Ju. TTQ I H H H fl Sv HK 6d irrA 21 . v--5" 1 V"$, ex - V 4 , V SI IK'S. 7fr- , u X h r- r SB, i. ft vot to.,'- i (,fit I K4 . ', . . r I'imtfi' ' m A man may hire a substitute when hid country goes to 'war, but marrlngo la a battlo In which ho can not cngago by proxy. MRS. STONEWALL JACKSON DEAD Charlotte, X. ('., March '.!. Mrs. Mary Anna Jackson, widow of General "Stoiu'wull" .Incksnii, died at her homo hrro this moriiiiijr. Mrs. Jackson was horn near this city July 21, M, the daughter of the Row Robert Hall Morrison, a Presby terian minister, and founder of David son College. Her marriage took place in July, 1S37. Juckou was then a major serving as instructor in Virginia Military Institute- at Lexington. Sho becamo a close student of military tactics, ...

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 March 1915

lPWrC & w ' . .ft"1 : W ' - . V u iV M. Ta 'J' &r, ':' v,- "" ,- m ms ') VHP " Jbii MM I The Live Store Pledges You: That in our clotlios at $10, S12.G0, $15 nnd up to $25 you will rocolvo tho great est equivalent for your dollar it is now possible for modern methods to pro duce. That absolute hdncsty and good faith guide:) overy transaction at this store f That every purchaso made horo will bring you satisfaction lastingly beforo wo will consider our obligation to you discharged. And this store has novor bcon known to flinch in making good its pledges. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you hare Mends Tlsllln you, or II you in (oinf on i 'ill, plcaie drop us a not o that rfttct. Mrs. ltitliort Srmifo of Viihin!tm, ' fl), V who litis boon vifitin;.' hrr mtitlii't, Mrs. K. .I. lh'ins, Iiiim fjone I'oi a liort i"it with rolnthos iit ("iwj.'etoiv n, Mt. Orol nnd Norwood, O. Mrs. .Mintio Ht'iulrii'Kson of Cam bridge, Km. nnd Mrs. A. '(J. WiU...

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 March 1915

u'4 "s, V'i' W Vr? ' , ct W. -kii MlUMilM k ;. I f , . Irj ( Kit 1 '';S Kn !- WJ. tf' if ? .&. - WJ$ w; I kXSiii r.LW! -i-v ' tv HP III kiatkti 5 i1 V TVPI.10 1.KDa Kit- Wi CAUSE AND EFFECT. Dimo novels woro a Joy of his; Tlicy scorned cncliantod realms. As a result, today ho Is A cowboy In the films. j .j.vj. j. j. .j j. j.j j j i j j J J THE WEATHER. colder J J Kentucky Fair and .J. Saturday; Sunday fair. NO DECISION III Local Option Contest Cases Court of Appeals Has Adjourned Until April 12. rrnnkfort, Ky., March 2i. No de cislon lins been reached iu the local op tion contest cases from Moiitgnmciy, Shelby and Bourbon counties by the Court of Appeals, which adjourned to dav until April 12. Consequently no opinions will In timided down in thoc cases until next. term. All three coun ties voted dry, by saloons are open (tiding decision on the appeal. DON'T GET DISCOURAGED; BUSY. GET Say. Mister Parmer, why dot, 't you get out tho old roller and roll t': it wheat. Put it back in...

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 March 1915

a-1' fa )M f,l 'M, ; n V kl P. tV ' it i evt fi k As' ') i' ' ' ..: i?V v stv r ." (, f 1 1 Ff'i 1 ' p ft &cr r' THE PUBLIC LEDGER iiAitT ixcrr UNDiT, rooBTn or jult, tuanebbiyinii AND ClinHTMiS. A. P. CURRAN, I H. C. CURRAN, ) Editors and Publishers (jooalitnd Loni UUUnoaTrlephone No. 40. ornoK roBLio lkdoiii ntnunmi, NITHVIU.1. KT. Unlereil ol the Maysvllle, Ky., PoitolTice n nceoml-rlam mall matter. ja oo . 1 BO . 75 sviisoNiruoNs-iir mail. On Yenr HM.......MfcM Mill MOtlf ll- MM ...... TtwwJNnntlu DKUVKRKV M CAltlilJCR, Per Month. .................... ..MJCrdlt layable to Collector at tnd of Month. "THE BLOODIEST CHAPTER IN THE BOOK OP TIME." Not in the history o the world is there recorded ' such n tragedy as the world now witnesses in the continent of Europe and the heart grows faint aud the thought recoils from contemplation of its agonies and horrors. Since the first of last August more than 2,000, 000 of human beings have been killed and wound ed and more than live time...

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 March 1915

"V6. -. K 'V 7 MT4 3 SURELY THEREiS A DIFFERENCE. THEN WHY NOT BUY THE BEST- ferson" Cnished Wheat Flour l HAS NO EQUAL. HIGHEST GRADE FLOUR MADE AND WORTH ALL IT COSTS. ' 3VC. C; RUSSELL CO. . M ft . t ' 1 1 JM aB bbbW bbbbbb bbbbbh!bbbbbb bbbbk bbbbbb bbbbV bbbW I'v. :;c fn'feJ ' i - a (j r i fr If Now, littlo bride, this maxim liced, Your wishes to attain If at first you. don't succeed, Cry, cry again. l!.,OCO.MILH JOUKNEY TO ALTAR. Pernnton, l'n., March L'7. C'ulminat inj.' u inmiiiico that liail its iueofition at eollcgp, .Mb Helen Hodges, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. .1. A. llodjjos of this city, starts today on n 10,000 milo trip alono to wed hor'.nnueo, fiilbort S. Peru, wlio is division industrial supervisor of schools at Manila. Miss Hodge has been n member of tlio faculty of a sem inary at Wot Choter until lecently, vheu s-ho nwijrnod ',or position to pro jaro for her trip to tlio Philippines. OPENING OF GREAT CATHEDRAL. St. Paul, Minn., March 27. Tlio mng nifloent new Roman...

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 March 1915

?H: ? ;. nf ?Yff ri' i i i n 'ii ir iTi ?Plffil0HHHHRsKBHSBHHnFxRiH5nHHMBIIHBSEHQHRX?'S!f nt W3!8HHI 7 ' v. I. l m w: & ".: .' - ' K t. y f ii i ?-.. &' l U-V - ''T1 fk X- H '' & '"3- - ?Rf - I? R'f U- Wv The Live Store Pledges You: 'That in our clothes at $10, $12.50, $1C ' and up to $25 you will rocolvo tho great 1 est equivalent for your dollar It Is now possible for modem inothods to pro duce. That absolute honesty and good faith guides ovory transaction at this store. ,' . That ovory purchaso mado hero will bring you satisfaction lastingly boforo wo will consider our obligation to you discharged. And this storo has never boon known to flinch iu making good Its pledges. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Olothicrs ONLY 24,950 POUNDS - Total Salos Friday Maysvillo Market Closes Next Friday, i Tobacco sales yesterday were quite mnnll, tlirco houses selling, ami tlic total was 2l,0"i0 pounds. No sail's 'today and tho market closes for the season next Friday. (...

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. — 29 March 1915

. . iy- tef ," -4 7TTTT sriw?t'u.i"ltrfi I s SPECIAL! PUBLIC LEDGER B Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen, s Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. K MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1915. M N H DINGER BROS , 107 West Second Street. Phone 20. lAiir jvvmuo uwanii-ts ONE COPY ONE CENT. nm PASSED AWAY SUDDENLY fciv f. tli'jKPIv9 M(vo9 "Bflt STARTLINGREVELAT!ONS(T)COAL! COAU QQkU f I- O t f v ' L M V i,t t 3 "My lovo for you 1b liko a roso," Ho used to toll his girl. Such lovely sentiments ho chooso As put her in a whirl. Hut now sho makes a frequent "striko" And as ha taps tho till, Ho sighs and thinks his lovo is liko A flfty-dollar hill. 11 I I I I !! I 2 2 I 2 THE WEATHER. Kentucky Fair and continuod cool today and Tuesday. Mercury at 23 this morning. .J. QUiETLYMARRIED Young Couple of Mason County Wed ded In Covington Saturday. Tlio marriage of Miss Mary Louise Warder of this city, to Mr. A. 0. Wat sou of Shannon, was ery quietly sol cinuirpd S.ituiday evening at 7 o'clock in Cov...

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. — 29 March 1915

vft "nf? 5KB3ZD V v ;:. ,v Wf .V H i(. T(i .-n -l "' ' 5''Fr' & St M w ' rjj ft. V ! J ft! Wr vi' t- A ?& E a- e W-' (I if V W. . m JtU V ''sBwf "i x&iAm n& TOflB PUBLIC LEDGER IliILT IXOIPT HUNDAT, rOUUTII OT JULT, TIIAMRSOITINO AN1I OlinlSTMlB. A. F. CURRAN, ,H. C. CURRAN, ) Editors and Publishers .Local Mid boiii; ,i)liUBoo Telephone No. 40. orrics vuumo lkuuir uuildinu, MAT1T1M.C. KT. rfi?nleril nt tlieMnvtlUe, Ky., t'oitoffice ni sceonit-claM mail matter. SUnsUlilVllONS-UX MAIL. One Ynir no Ntx Muiillt 'J" x Tlir01mllia 7a DKUVK11KO JJY VAllMKIl, Per Muutli UD'Crnli , Payable to Collector at end ot ilonth. 67! " if.. ' 'ARE YOU TICKLED TO DEATH? Are you tiekled to (loath ovor tho enormous im portation of foreiyn-iiiude goods such ns you used ' to work on? Ave you tickled to death over the "reduction of ,tho high cost of living,' that the Professor prom ised you? Are you tickled at seeing what should he I lie Auiericaii canal and the market controlled hy Lon 'don...

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. — 29 March 1915

SURELY THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. THEN WHY NOT BUY THE BEST- mm" Crushed Wheat Flour I A HAS NO EQUAL. HIGHEST GRADE FLOUR MADE AND WORTH ALL IT COSTS. 3VC. C. RUSSELL CO. T a4 IV ! V - .; r f O V ' -'l v ... . .--- pi ,' ..wKjJ '-V''JfV I'd lore to keop r caddy store, The oaiuly pans I'd scrapo; I'd lmto to keop a dry goods store, And noil such stufT as tape. I'd lovo to bo a letter man, And ring tho people's bolls; I'd hate to bo a garbage man, And small to many smolls. HEBKEWS OBSERVE PASSOVER. Xow York, March' 20. Mat mollis ap pear upon tlio table of every Orthodox Hebrew throughout tho world this ove ning, when tho Passover, or tlu i'Yast of Unleavened Urea. I, begins, nml for eight days tlu faithful will ho debarred from using leavened food sunt ferment ed liquors. In every synagoguo tho Passover is ushered in with special services, and the Orthodox sapplment thwo at their homos with even more in hosting ceremonials. Ju many houses special holiday crockery lias been ob tained to ...

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. — 29 March 1915

p-.. ,'W- "c ?tz: v w .?- . y A, 6.-' ,1. t ti .-?- nw i Jf $ ,v. :.v ' - ?, '.'V. . -.V -r ( r- , vv n- , &V '. ?. ' vv w. K- .cv & r v r 5- it . ': i & : ' "4 . u, fc 1J '. s .-' 1 Mb cmUbSBt The Live Store Pledges You; , That in our clothes at $10, $12.00, $10 nnd up to $25 you will rocolvo tho great est equivalent for your dollar it is now posslblo for modern methods to pro duce. That absolute honesty and good faith guides every transaction at this storo. That overy purchaso mado hero will bring you satisfaction lastingly hoforo wo will consider our obligation to you discharged. And this storo has never been known to flinch in making good its pledges. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you have Iritndi rlsltln you, or II you ire goln on a t'sII, please drop us a not .e that ellecl. Mr. W. L. Holton of Tmkahoe ami daughter, Mrs. John W. Cnrtmell of this city, left Sntunlay afternoon for Richmond, Ky., whu-o they will a.it Mr. Helt...

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. — 30 March 1915

EiSwH WI - ny i H4M - HimmiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiHiiiimii ! SPECIAL! PUBLIC LEDGER S Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. t)Ji'rKvlW& llvli(a "MKUR KrsH WAKrt- pJEeKL I , ',"' IV i- ., " " , . ''f4 ''l f 4 I -V - iL-t'Uf .'I ly , 'I ' , eV t . ' MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. MARCH 30, 1915. OJVi? COPY ONE CENT. Country going to thunder? Everything wrong? Got out. Slio novor was feeling finer, And sho knows what sho's about. Her plowsharo's waiting and ready; Her raillwhccls, hoar thorn roar; And sho's making a homo for tho peo ple, Tho rich and poor. J !I4 I I I ! II ! I I I I I "I .j. THE WEATHER. J $ Kentucky Fair today and 4 cool; warmer tonight and prob- J J ably rain. J ? ?4I!IIIII"III"!I J J TRIAL OFJRS. BOYD Postponed Until Saturday, April 3- Mother Would Not Listen To Offers To Adopt Child. (Tinies Star.) Stella Hoyd, the Maysvillo (Ky.) heires1", "nho was eharged with aban doning hur S-moiitlis old baby, was ar--raigned boforo Judge Fricko ...

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. — 30 March 1915

.V" 3 4-f wr hi- 7&, W; j M": sw- ." .v. 7 t &- w I I b i ,. J L UilLT KOIPT UNDAT, rOOIlTK Of JOLT, TUANKIUITINS AND 01IUI9TMi. A. P. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN, ) Editors' and Publishers LoAal and UonV OUUnce'IVlnphoiie No. 40. orricK rWLto mdskk boii.ddih, MATITILLI. KT. lintered al the Maysvllle, Ky PottofTice an accoml-clius mall matter. SUIISUlUr-JlOXS-Bl' MAIL. On Yiir.w.. ........ ......' n m iM.....ir' 1 00 75 i .5 fcf; - tit Tlirrw.iliiiilli. -' UXLIVERKD BX VAIM1BR, rer Mnulli. ........ .................. aaOuU l'ayablt to Colltctor at mtt of Month. THE PROBLEM OF THE BILLY SUNDAY MYS TERY. Docs ho do more harm thnu good? Docs the undoubted new interest he rouses in " things of the soul, and of the spirit, and of the salvation, outweigh and bear down the harm lie does in arousing a condition of hysteria, of excite mcut, of frenzy, all but of catalepsy, that exempts from all personal sense of responsibility, that glor ifies the unusual, that magnifies the magnetism of th...

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