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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 March 1915

i, V W ur V,'. v. r- 'M f SURELY THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. THEN WHY NOT BUY THE BEST- ui n r 11 fin . m enerson umsneti wneat tiour :t HAS NO EQUAL. HIGHEST GRADE FLOUR MADE AND WORTH ALL IT COSTS. IsL, C, RUSSELL CO. i- -.----. i - arwliiiitt n i iii iii !" ' mi i him w i iJJ2mmmm '" ""'-..'' "' ' ' ' ' m hi ih; hbh im I 1 II IK! I liwwl -15 " i ,i RSI r :y p . 'K ?.: A ;- "C'X. ya. ' 4 ,('. . "i IS V ji V; A thing of joy would pay day bo, A thing of mirth and Jubilee, If 'tworo not for thoso fiendish sums Wo owo all 'round when pay day comes. "AiST Aboard for heaven." Superior, Wi., March HO. ".Tim" Bunrlck, n rnilroail conductor whoso idea of a "vacation" h preaching tho gospel for tho special benefit of rail load men, is in town to innuguriito to night a thTCo weeks' revival iu tho lo cal Presbyterian churches. Uach win ter Burwiek obtains a Icavo of absenco from tho road by which ho is employed in order that he may conduct an evan gelistic campaign along the line, Dur wick's conve...

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. — 30 March 1915

Ehifm&i OTK- .V rt V wSr r V- : x "v; fcs-. -. .?-! By . ft , ft 4. hfrf SrVf ' ( ),V" 091 Modern equipment, modern mothods, modem mcrchandlso may do much to make a store: but to mako it success ful, you must liavo tUo driving powor of a wholo-soulcd clique of omployecs, whose purposo is ouo with that of tho management and In this atoro that one .purposo is CLOTHING SERVICE SU PREME. KUPFENHEIMER CLOTHES have tho hoarty ondorsomont of ovory clothing-wlso momber of tho Live Storo. This endorsement is not tho result of snap judgment, but a conclusion from continuous association with these clothes, a season after season study of them, a year aftor year review of tho servico and satisfaction which they in variably giv.o to men and young mon who come hero year after year for thorn. PRICES $18, $20, $22.G0 and $25. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foroniost Olothiors FEDERAIJOURT To Convene At Covington Next Mon day Charles Breczo of Maysvtllo On tho Grand Jury. f Judge A. M. J. Co...

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. — 31 March 1915

WmA w &'. jV 4W.' W ,m; c ; 4,5 i. u - ' "" iiMnHNni S SPECIAL! m S Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Saner Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. PUBLIC LEDGER v. r i i ' t ''N A - J 1. &ti&r m& m$i n xmw y .; Yet what a guido for lifo was that Strong, philosophical and pat; How safo a chart for you and mo Whllo cruising o'er life's restless sea; Tush, always push, with goal in view; Don't knock avoid tho hammer crow; Tills rulo will save you many a shock: ' 'Push don't knock." j. jj j j JJ J j $ I I ! I .J. TIIE WEATHER. .J. 4. .J. Kentucky Olea'r today; later $ J cloudy with snow; warmer. 4 4. 4. 4 4 44!44444!4444'l J 4 CONVENTION Of Knights of Pythias To Be Hold At Flomingsbnrg Tomorrow Lime- stono Lodgo To Attend. Tho ilUtrk-t convention of the Knights" of Pythias order will bo hold in rieniinL'shurL' Thursday. Limctnno Lodge, No. HO, of this pity, will confer tho work upon ten candidate, and it goes to say tlio work will be well done. The follow iiij: from this city w...

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. — 31 March 1915

ik h K 'W' i. ,'. Ei1 ' V a; . vff ffi. ,' iuii,T-Mcrr umiut, rotiMii or jolt, AMD OlintlTMAR. ';Pn.RRRAANN. - - - MtiO3ftland lxnK JSQULnoe Telephone (No. 40. 1 Altered l the MaYSvllle, Ky., foitofflcc m .ccoml-cUm mall mailer SUliSt'Hiri 10NS-UY MAIL. One Yr.. "' nix numtii.. ..... Tlirm Mouth. m DXUVKRKD liy UAIUUXH, - r Monti - . - 5:ccMU I'gyabltlo Collator at tnd of Month. OPERATORS SHOULD SOMETIMES AS WELL AS OTHERS. Following suit of Mr. Cicorgc Van Attn, in the December Magazine, 1 herewith present n few "DONT'S" for the Telegraph Operators: DON'T talk to the conductor while the other fel low is repeating the order. Listen; you may pick up a bad mistake. DON'T take any chances 8n your block. The dis patcher may give a collision order, the engineer's watch may be oil, or he may overlook a meeting! 'point, but if you work your block right they can't get together, either head-on or rear-end. That's a sure thing. DONT take an order and then display your sig nal. Display signal ...

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. — 31 March 1915

'SORELrfHlEIS'A DlrMNCE. THEN WHY NOT BUY THE BEST ii Jefferson" Crushed Wheat Flour HAS NO EQUAL. HIGHEST GRADE FLOUR MADE AND WORTH ALL IT COSTS. 3VL". O. RUSSELL CO. A- H LLB 'iLHT H LLH H H LLI LLLf !H H 4iH HH H'H .B V kkH kkH - kkkkA-ukkkHI pH H H r Sv GREAT PASTOR-EVANGELIST COMING ", iefetsft yJr .J ? ( ! f : i So long n our scheme of llfo make self first in tho hunt, so long Is penco impossible. Hugh Hlnck. CENTER SHOTS. Whenever -i paitleulnily fool question comes up, lnwjers csll it a "fine legal point. '' Some women who go off nml havo a big cry, should go olT and hunt a big club instead and use. it. Somo people are naturally so wasto ful that they oim't go near a faucet without turning on tho water and lot ting it inn. 'No man can do himself any good by criticising others; but any man can nc complish something by criticising him self. Don't encourago your friend to tell j on bin troubles; if he does, ho will think you should do something to ro licvo them. Men aro alwnys...

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. — 31 March 1915

w !" ' t r ;, ffc ?v Rk i. i. &!" 'T Ji9tf u: . $? &i &:- W! S : . r- " -i. . J", O F-s-. E, ; :Vi 'f',1 BPS- : FULL LINE OF Easter Suits WE PROMISE YOU MORE IN STYLE, IN FABRIC, IN FAULTLESS TAILORING, IN SELLING SERVICE AND SATISFACTION THAN EVER BEFORE. " EXTRA SALESMEN WILL BE ON HAND SATURDAY TO ATTEND TO YOUR EV- ERY WANT. PRICES $10 TO $25 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers 79,810P0UNDS Marked Sales Figures Tuesday, Four Houses' Selling No Sales At Farm ers and Amazon. Dosplto tho cold weather yestorduy tlio tobacco sales amounted to 7P,S10 pounds, four houses having sales as follows: Homo. 1'ound sold lo.SSo x 'iligU prico $17.73 Low price 2.00 Market strong. Independent. I'oumls sold ...'. 2oflGo High prico 162ii Low price ''-'' Markot strong. f Central. . rounds sold 27,iS0 'High price tIS.oO . Low price -.00 Growers. ITmnds sold li,SS0 Farmors & Planters. Xo sale. Big sale today. Amnion No sale. CHEST OF GOLD DUG UP. Xnshvillo, Tcnn. A ...

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 April 1915

I " I. ' vf"-- ' -' ' ...My ...' -j:,,. ... , . I HtiBIHIIBflBBIIIIIRMIHHHBIIlMiBHIHffinMn Hi PTTKTTf feB 1 ETMJPR- I SPECIAL! S ftfe , i U 1J JJIV iBEtJK iJlld VJJGJTt g Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. j H" mSmr Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. j '" IT ' ji,i waiw. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 1 1915. ONE COPY-ONE CENT. 5 ' ' A , ::l) GRAND JUftY ADJOURNS i u V'!,'4 ncKC mixu iiu-kl. f9 AWT f t Tl mv if r El! ' H" :fM ".-.r 'tyC'JyJ 11 jou hare Mends vlsltlnf you, or II you ire f olnf on a '-"II, pleaie drop u a o Init effect. Oh, hero is such A word of chcor: Straw hats aro much Liko those last year. Youngstou u Telegram. And hero Is nioro Of uhcorlns news: You can shino up Your old low shoes. Sharon Iloralil. ! T ?. . ? ? .?J -I J J I J J l .J. THE WEATHER. j i Kentucky Pair Thursday and J tj. Friday. ! .J. Ohio Fair Thursday and Frl- J. .J day. ! .j. ' NEXT MEETING HERE Group Nine of tho Kentucky Bankers' Association To Hold Next Mooting At Beechwood Park, This Ci...

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 April 1915

1'. Wffi PWBILTC LBDQEFP ' ," . WAILT EXCEPT 8CNIUT,frOUnT!l OP JULT TIUKKiOITlNO ANll'cUMftTEUB, - , , . ..-- - '" - A'. P. CURRAN, . H. C. CURRAN, ) Editors and Publishers CjOoSI nd UoQK OUfttnoe Telnphcin No. 40. ornas ruiiLio LtOacn bUilmno, MATITILLK. KT. Mulcted at the Mayvllte, Ky., rotlofflce ns !eonil-clai mall inntlcr. SVUSUltiniONS-HY MAIL, Our VfBf -... 0 Mlajtlonllia.,... 1 BO llirc Jloutfi - " DKLIVKHKD Ity CAKltlHK, Per Month....... - - llSICenu Pnyabli to Collector at tmt 0 Jtonln. DEMOCRACY AT A DISCOUNT. The "Wnsliingtou Post,, a loading Democratic 1 newspaper, and a newspaper which supported lr. '"Wilson in his race for the Presidency, has joined ; iu the chorus of abuse. Jn a recent editorial the Post said : " "JJepublicans cuu now rest satislied as to the " results upon the issues which will be presented to the electors in l!M(i( for, with Mr. Wilson as the candidate, there can be no successful dodging by the party in power of those issues, no covering up or avo...

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. — 1 April 1915

MOTION PICTURES' bbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbI . i & jjH iBBBBBBbW BBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBbI UBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk BBBBBBBBB m WM HH' bbbmbmbbbI Hi H bbbbI SINGING, LAUGHING, DANCING MOVIES 1 '1 Rcnfax is not a song illustrated by moving pictures but the actual reproduction by marvelous Renaphonc of Vaudeville Acts, Comic Opera Numbers, Choruses and Dancing. You not only sec your favorite actor but hear him as well. Side Splitting Comedy with lively music A chance to see the most startling inventfon since the introduction of moving pictures. MATINEE AND EVENING ADMISSION 5c AND 10c 1 Yj- V 1 ( :mt?j r IN THE SPUING. In tho spring the young man's fancy Lightly' tiirris to thoughts of how lie can get tho suit ho's after Without payiug for it now. NEW JERSEY BUILDING DEDICATED. San l'r.inciseo, Cn)., April 1. In tho absence of President Wilson, Vioo Pres ident Marshall dellcred tho principal oration this afternoon at tho formal opening of the New Jersey building at tho Panama exposition. Th...

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. — 1 April 1915

F .- r t ' i ' k if r. mt -jfc "! .p.r'' , w A . v l. " - t . . . . . in i . . i m FULL LINE Or fA u. w &' &:- V' i ' K. f "H i m' fc T. r i & v N. ', Easter Suit WE PROMISE YOU MORE IN STYLE, IN FABRIC, IN FAULTLESS TAILORING, IN BELLING SERVICE AND . SATISFACTION THAN EVER BEFORE. EXTRA SALESMEN WILL BE ON HAND SATURDAY TO ATTEND TO YOUR EV ERY WANT. PRICES $10 TO $25 Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers 89.075JP0UNDS Wero Total Tobacco Sale3 Yesterday Good Markot Sales Closo Tomorrow. Tobacco sales Wednesday amounted to S!),07."i pound, tlio market being btrong and prices Mitisfaetoiy for the offerings. Only tlireo houses had sales, as fol lows: Central. Pounds Mild 5,oOH High price l-l.7 Low price 3.00 Home. Pounds sold 12,lS."i High price .' tio'.OU Low jirico -.0) Market good. I Independent, Pounds gold IS.tTU High price tI'.OU Low price L-" Market strong. Farmers & Planters Pounds sold 10,0(i ) High jirico illl.T'i Low jirico 1.S0 Growors 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. — 2 April 1915

SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz1 Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. PUBLIC LEDGER i $ m : I ' f .-1 fife " ' &4 '-. i i 1 vn rfj orz, r poblio tJivaMt-im If all mon wero ns Important as they think, This old world would soon and snrolj ho on the blink. .J. .J. .J. .J. THE WEATHER. .?. Kentucky Not much change J. J in tempera turo; fair today and J .J. Saturday. J. Ohio Partly cloudy today; .J. Saturday fair with rising temper- J. aturc. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Held Lively District Convention . Flemingsburg Afternoon and Evening. At (rieiningsburg Time Democrat.) Tho District Convention of tho Knights of Pythias mot lioro Thursday at U . m. for a business session. At 7 p. in., degree being conferred upon a liir'-o class by tlio dogreo team, of Liniestouo Lodge No. " of Mays villo, tho following niombcrs of that lodgo being slated for' tlie work: Grand Chancellor Arn, Piof. W. 1 Horry, H. II. Oroonloo, Walter ltudy, Samuel MeXutt, W. H. Haldwin, Leu 1'urncll, V. T. Martin,...

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. — 2 April 1915

' tf "J. .-U' J M "w : r ft. I ' v A K Lb wv tf! is in ;-; - ' j - S' r ii '- rc afu.-- L-A :X K p W' THE PUBLIC LBBGEfr i - - UilLT IX01PT MMDAT, rOOHtlt or JULY, TlUNUiUlTlNO AND CHRISTMAS. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. C. 11 DIETRICH Gcntral Manager Nn Ifl I orriCK ruMo tKoon BUitniNo, U. 4U. MA'TSVILM. KT. CittUllaDd Uodk OlaLno. Telephone Watered at the Mavivllle, Ky., Poitofflce an ceoml-ctaa mall nmlter. SVBSUMrilOMS-Ii V MAIL. ()n( Ywir..,. -.... Klx irtonllirT. -.. 1 Titrer Mini t ha it 11 oo 1 Oil 70 DKLIVKHK1) ar VAHRIKR, rer nomli siaicnL rayabli to Collector at tnd ot Month. OUR INTRODUCTION. . Tlic DAILY JTBLIC IiKDGKIt and its Job Printing Plant yesterday entered under a new and entire different managoinent from what it lias been heretofore. By the assistance and eonlidenee of those good friends who so kindly came to our aid wo were enabled to consummate u deal that has ' been our wish and aim for several years past. As to what success we shall have remains with the ...

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. — 2 April 1915

jf '- nw -N t"- , r rWww0?WRwjft VJtfpiSH,fi IPtfgtf vife ;wi Mttsdcal Moving Pictures , Greatest on Record. Don't Fail to See Them. FRFF' A SOUVENIR-CHICKEN, RABBIT OR 1 lVLL EGG TO EACH CUSTOMER. SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd MATINEE AND EVENING -t Vi . fc. A Scrlpturo story tolls that onco A King so wondtoiis wiso, Proposed to chop a child In half, Boforo two claimants' eyes. Ono smiled and said, "Let It bo dono,' So the real ma was tho solemn 'un. IIAD A SHIRT FULL. (Carlislo Mercury.) Itobcrt Fisher, alius "Poss," 'wus arrested Saturday night as ho was leaving tho night train with nu ovo? supply of wet goods. Tho negro had stored his booo, several quarts, in tho looso flannel shirt ho wore. Ho was tried before .htdgo Peterson and givon $75 and ten days in tho county jail. Tho Carolina, Clliichfiold and Ohio connection at Elkhorn City, Ky., has been completed except for a few finish ing touches. Wo hope beforo long to tec the Cotton State Limited mnko her initial trip through tho picturos...

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. — 2 April 1915

d&r 1 k,l. ?3fc r ' l w tv '..' M f,n Lv. ..d B. - ? f - . v r Di ' ! ' FULL LINE OP Easter Suits WE PROMISE YOU MORE IK STYLE, IN FABRIC, IN FAULTLESS TAILORING, IN SELLING SERVICE AND SATISFACTION THAN EVER BEFORE. EXTRA SALESMEN WILL BE ON HAND SATURDAY TO ATTEND TO YOUR EV ERY WANT. PRICES $10 TO $25 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers CLOSESJTODAY Maysvillo Looso Leaf Sales Will Wind Up Season 20,250 Founds Sold Thursday. Tlio eti'l of the, tobacco wiles market is in sight and today will wind iii tho most iro.storous and largest sales' coasini in tho history of the Maysville, tlio total going considerably ovor the 0,000,000 jnark. Tlio total sales yesterday wero only 20,250 jionnds, three houses bavin-, sales as follows: Central. rounds sold High price Low prico Avcrago Special croj E. J J. Scott 3,120 pounds avcrago $15.37. ...10,010 ...:ti.oo ... 2.10 . . . 0.02 of Ohio, Home. LATEST WARBULLETINS Germans Send Moio English To tho Bottom. Loudon, April 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. — 3 April 1915

v'V" a- I " W Jl V ,K, ,1MS .. ! SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. PUBLIC LEDGER Ir a iffta p?. -su 1 ;?iV, j? ii? v? i .ftil SKi .t 43 ' 3J1 11 . M A HEATED CONVERSATION. "Maud," I ciicil, resolved to chauco her, "Thorc arc wordp I burn to say!" Then alio made this cryptic answer: "All right, Charlie; blazo away."1 Portsmouth Times. GUN CLUBJPENING Mason County Gun Club To Open Season This Afternoon With Practico Shoot. The orach of the nitor on tho club's raiip, just cat of the city, this afternoon at 2:110 o'clock will announce tlio opening of the season for tho M.i son County Oun Club. Tho ninnageiiient invites nil lovers of this spoit to come out and tiy their hand at tlio elusive clay target-. Sor- oral of our local shooters will be pro sent and a lively contest is looked for. Mrs. .loseph MiOeo, of Texas, is visit ing the family of County .Imlgo W. II. Rice nt his palatial home in the count', instead of being on her way to Temple...

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. — 3 April 1915

ety M" &. ' . ij: TO t-i . ,- H. i NY. f &- r? jh . v- g. 5v.j ' mL. ?WSSjiuLfil HflNftTl l2i f 2 ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER 'OAILT KXCEM BUNDiTi rOBIITII or JC1.T, THANRBIIIV1NO ANII CU1UKTMAB. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. C. B. DIETRICH Gtntral Manager Local and Long , Dl.Unoe Telephone No. 40. orrioB ruBMQ Lr.nacn diiildinci, MATSVILM. KT. KntereJ nt the May.tvllle, Ky Pontoffice an sceonil-clas mail matter. aunsviiir'iiom-UY hail, tint Ywr - .... nix Moulin. ........... I so Tlire .llonlli " " DKIAVKIiKl) 1SY VAHR1RR, I'rr Moiul aa:cent J'gyatilt to C'olteetor at trni of iontt. W. R. NELSON, NEWSPAPER GENIUS. "Thirty," the newspaper symbol for "this is the end,"' lias been ticked on the life of W. K. Nelson, newspaper publisher of Kansas City, Mo. There was nol another publisher oC his generation that at tained single-handed, it may be said, the success in reputation and prosperity won by tin's man. lie made his newspapers and he owned them, made them in a city nationally not...

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. — 3 April 1915

II iLLLLtLkHHLLflHtBtLBH'' r "Y ''"''38' ' ?" YfHtHLLLLLLLLLLLBiLLLHiHiHilL fa' . w ' it wmwm Musical Moving Picture Greatest on Record. Don't Fail to See Them. CO CC. A SOUVENIR-CHICKEN, RABBIT Oi(: 1 l-L. EGG TO EACH CUSTOMER. SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd MATINEE AND EVENING ,.! W -m. 25 3EK JC HT OK TF Q 3XT "IB JE9C 3EB .4SW. TE" JES m 11 Ur w . ... . ... sra. m a uiiwt a uay capital r " t ' - Vfc.Wi.llla I UI1IW1IIIII.I1 I This is tho finest weather To hoar tho motor owners talk, But If you haven't got a motor, It's flno enough to walk. ! J. A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY ! J. . J .J. J .J..J..J. J." . J Ono Hundred Years Ago Today. 1815 Tho allies commenced nctivo pre lnrntious for a riiowal of tho war with Napoleon. Wellington was se lected a commander in chief of the army in Plunders, consisting of about 75,000 men, mostly British and Dutch. A Prussian army of about 80,000 men, undor General Bluchcr, was formed to act in concert with Wellington. Soventy-five Ycfrs Ago Today. inff An Order...

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. — 3 April 1915

-'- ' " ' "' ... - , : - - r n M :l W & El-J tS' t m Mi ! J MM -J,, THE METCALFE ART LEAGUE. rrrm r 11 r. Easter Suits i. WE PROMISE YOU MORE IN STYLE, IN TABRIO, IN . FAULTLESS TAILORING, IN SELLING SERVICE AND " SATISFACTION THAN EVER BEFORE. EXTRA SALESMEN WILL , BE ON HAND SATURDAY TO ATTEND TO YOUR EV ERY WANT. PRICES $10 TO $25 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo 's Foremost Clothiers THAT BOYD CASE County Judge Rico Overrules Motion o Mrs. Sam Boyd For Removal of Guardian. During the past week, attorneys ftum Cincinnati, representing Mr. Sniii Boyd, foitnerly of this city, wore licit' "mid appeared hefoio County .ludo Rico and lyguod a motion for t lit removal of their guardian, tin' Mnitnlilo 'Print Company, of Box or, Ky. The court, after hearing, the arguments, took the matter under advisement, and on yes turdny ovci ruled the motion. Mrs. Boyd is under njo and is heiress to a largo fortune which is in trmt ...wUu-the Kquitnldo Trust Company. .lut ivluit furtlier action ...

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. — 5 April 1915

ftM f. X rf nBM fe,y sn V !,; 43 -P" WEATHER-RAIN THIS MORNING; CLEARING AND RISING TEMPERATURE. '2 M SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. PUBLIC LEDGER 1 J rf5 XtAlU 1'VBUO l.KIHIFIe-lin MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. . Tlioso folks reputed learned and wise, Of which ono often hears, Quito likely merely closed tltcir mouth, And opened eyes anil cars. CLEANED UP W. A. Wood & Bro. Slaughter Houso Put In Sanitary Condition. We do'iro to inform the public of Maysville and Mion county, that Df Tlioinas .lames, veterinarian, mid Coun. ty Judge W. II. ltlcc hao do-oly in spotted our slaughter house, and do flared 'ami' mi fine sanitary condition. Tho good people of this ooiiimuii'ity, in eluding health otticors, are re-pee t fill l.v invited to pay us a isit and make thorough inspection of our pi onuses. Thanking our pations for theii past custom and asking a eontinimneo of t-ame, wo are. w. a. wood & nito...

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. — 5 April 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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