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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 5 April 1915

Vrrj'n 'TfippT i'!frw?r '?psr? ; iTf wsarawwiJ )v if Seed Potatoes- Just What You Want. Also All Other Varieties. M. C. RUSSELL CO. wr H Kw B H' H lr 1 Kr 1 B ' ' r H i- iW LOTS OF THEM. There was a young follow named Ed, Whoso favorito color was red; Becoming qulto fond Of a strawberry blond, lie lost both his heart and his head. WAR ALONEJAVES MILLS "W0 Will Not Have Real Prosperity Until tho Protective Tariff Is Restored." (Philadelphia Public Lodger.) "Tho Lord pity us should tho Euro pean war end before we have a change in our untiounl administration, or at least in its tarilf laws, for tlio war or dors alono aro keeping our mills run ning," declared O. 11. Carter, of Phil adelphia, secretary of tho National As qociation of Hosiery and Underwear Manufacturers, at its bimonthly meet ing at Heading, Pa. Kdwnrd Blood, alo of Philadelphia, presided over the meeting. It was at tended by about thirty underwear man ufneturer fiom all over Pennsylvania, this being a meeting of tho unde...

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. — 5 April 1915

y wmm rviKri"" f : .' ,& rsT Vi.-'i .r . ; ?TV ! "T " v rv B5 - i: L" 9kl. .v rw foil 1 u CV. fr fc.x . IFV Ids? . " : ? i r.. '. Rl ' C v- .. . M- nma:i a.'- EVERYBODY WHO SEES OUR NEW CLOTHING THIS SPUING FOK CHILDREN AND BOYS THINK THEY AEE JUST WONDERFUL, AND THEY SURELY MUST BE BY THE WAY THEY ARE SELL ING. AN EXTRA LINE OF TINE WASH SUITS 50c to $5. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers MWMBHrfwa 1 1 HERE AND THERE II you hate Mends visillnC you, or t! you ire XolnJ on ? 'sit, plcue drop us a not . that effect. C. '. Piotorifh & Hxo. had one of the biggot days in the history of their busincs on Saturday. Their out-of-town orders Wore record-breakers, while -the local unlets were iitiustinlly large. . ' Mr. Bernard Iliinle.v, s-tndoiit tit the Kentucky State L'ni verity, returned Kentucky State Tniversity, spent Knstr with his parent", Mr. and Mr-. Martin Hanley of Wo.-t Third street. , 'Mr. George II. Frank, senior nieinbci of. the George II. I'rauk &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. — 6 April 1915

IV- r- 'Ati 7S WEATHER-FAIR AND WARMER TODAY. , PUBLIC I - - - - m ' I LEDGER Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Saner Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. I)INGKRBROS.107Wcr2nodS,rcc'- IBU 7j - -j. w : , JihJ ; TO syf - QAILY rDHLlO .EDaKB-U W. OIDDAPI Gcntlo Annie ain't slio nice? Bloss her dear young soul; How I love her when she's warm, And hato her when she's cold. MINERVA U SCHOOL Parent Day Will Bo tho Feature on Next Friday The Miuorfa Hij-'li School will hold thnlr ninillnl 1'tiriMit D.l.V llieetllljr on next J'rldn.v. Au elaborate) iirojrnim has been arranged, with lion. 3lutt J. Hennessey, of Bracken county, and l'rof. Hohniinoti, of Transylvania Unl ersity, Lexington, as orators of the day. A program will be gifen by each grade. A sumptuous dinner is to be served free to nil isitors and patrons, "in tho afternoon, weather permitting, athletic contests will bo held, with a largo number of aluable prizes foi the successful contestants. Among tho things to bo seen at this wonderf...

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. — 6 April 1915

- ?t ;f 1 1 "VVV; "YV 'fc -. S" tf .""? A'. ? JT &'U ' & ff .? A f . m m- t ?v ? fcl. 5V , X . " .V - fr'ft trrp, TH'E PUBLIC LEGK5ER uAiLt ixcirr undxt, rountn op julx, TnANRoiviNa AND CllIUBTKAR. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. 0. E. DIETRICH General Manager No. 40. , Gocal and Loon OlsUnos Telephone orrioc rOBLicLBDain ddildino, MATITILLB. KT. ltntcred at the Maysvllle, Ky., PoJtoflice an ceoml-cla8 mall matter. suvsvjuriioxa-nY mil. One Ywir S 00 nix MiiiiIIi-. loo Three .llmillit - " UJCLIVKHKI) HY VAUHtSS, I'er Month 3S:cenU rayablt to Volltetor at end of Month. A DOLLAR THAT CAN'T BE SPENT. Every dollar spent iu advertising is not only a Bccd'Tlollar which produces a profit i'or the mer chant, but is actually retained by him even after he ltas puid it to the publisher. Advertising creates a good will equal to the cost of the publicity. Advertising really costs nothing. "While it uses ' funds it does not nse them up. Jt helps the found er of a business to grow rich and ...

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. — 6 April 1915

Just What You Want. Also All Other Varieties. M. C. RUSSELL CO. "k ,n. &l mi 3U SM U! fe.7 ruin til. -: " c ?a My intollcct Is out of Joint, Dobatcs pcrplox my weary lot, I scarcely understand ono point, Ero more ariso which I do not. THE BOY AND HIS BALL GROUND. Lonfiiij.' habits oC boys aru largely duo to luck of convenient playgrounds It is tho rule- in tlio majority of towns, thnt though there may bo u few outly ing playground, yet tho average boy lias dillicnlty in flailing a place Where his own sot of youngsters can meet. Hoys are very tribal in their hnbits Each lias hi own set, and dislikes o: dares not try to break into somo other set. lie will venture over into nil other's neighborhood only on being backed and protected by n group of his own comrades. Tho neighborhood ball nine may journey over to the other end of a town on a Saturday after noon for a mutch game. Hut ordinari ly they will play their own district or not at all. It is not practical to establish a playgro...

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. — 6 April 1915

rw I E? !' Wt ; j. . vv. , . IS i L ... n r I - 3f- m.- EVERYBODY WHO SEES OUR NEW CLOTHING THIS SPRING FOR CHILDREN AND -BOYS THINK THEY ARE JUST WONDERFUL, AND THEY SURELY MUST BE B? THE WAY THEY ARE SELL. INO. AN EXTRA LINE OF FINE WASH SUITS 50c to $5. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you have Irttndi tislllnf you, or II you ate foinf oa i visit, please drop us a not to Ibat ellecl. William Jl. Harrison, statu noncral agent for the Connecticut -Mutual Lift) Insurance Company, is visiting thu week with the Suloi, Mathews Com. puny insurance ngencv. Mr, Pickett .McOIatiahan, student at tho Ohio -Mechanical Institute, Cincin mitt, returned to that city to resiimr Ms studios after spending Faster with his parents here. Miss Trances Aytos of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, icturucd hume this morning after spending Eastet with i'lionds in this city." Mrs. .luliii .looigor and her guesl, Mrs. Millix, of Cincinnati, are spend- ill!.' tod.iy in 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. — 7 April 1915

-' V7" .' ' ' ? V! T J v W WEATHER-PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY. SHOWERS TOMORROW. "1 SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Saner Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c.1! PUBLIC LEDGER ft; . Kr " i ? : DINGER BROS , ,07 Wcn?2n0d s,rect- y MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ?. & ULnCHTM JLviMtl -Ect. K -4;, . -N f tf I f W. CHEER UP. Thore's money In a grin, Joy Is worth while, And there Is profit in A kindly smile. Put rancor on tho shelf, Stop being cross, And don't regard yourself A total loss. Charleston ClnA'tte. DOPE OUTFIT round In Room of Gcorgo Heiser,.Mays villo Boy Youths Accuso Him. (Tuesday's Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.) Tho polico arrested George lleiser, 20 veins old, living lit 1-1 West Xlutb street, a student of pharmacy, who, ac cording to information, lias been giving injections of narcotics to several bo.vs. Various drugs, a hypodermic needle and n pipe were found in lleisor's room. A ropy of the book, ".lolm Halifax, Gentleman," was als...

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. — 7 April 1915

j,; rt. 0 it'. t Br :i ". va,'i f-s r K i m ffl'E PUBLICLgDCjER ukiti Kxoirr iuniiat, rouKTii or joht, tnNKoivio ANII CUllMTMAi. te?V' -, , . & i tvuv r.vnnv.n PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1 ' n v mr.TERTOH Goncral Manager w, j 8. v T.' .? ' v. ff.' - ,i -. w "H t ' i-t- nrrioB rrifcua Mcoaan huiluinh, MATIVtf.LI. RT. Oookt nd Long Un 4f nuimnTeleuhone nu. -twi Kntered at the Mayivllle, Ky., Poitodlce n ccnml-cUi mall mailer. aVDSVItlPI 10X8-BV HAIL. .IS 00 ,. I BO ,. 7a lne. Yrijr, - nl Mount. . Tlirfw Moulin - DKUVKUKl) 11 X VMIRISR, Vr Woiilli 5:ceU IMyabltto Collector al end of ifontA. REFLECT AND RECONSIDER. The action of. the City Council Monday night in refusing to receh e the brick street ordinance was both surprising and disappointing to the people of Maysville, us we sec it. Last year when the brick street proposition of paving East Second street was brought up, the res idents of that section protested, and justly so, be cause they had not fully recovered from the rav ages and ...

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. — 7 April 1915

JjRHBT'WPPff s if "vw wJrWIJff JPV V JVU w I '' BIHIHl' " " " Twfirirr , &? fTcrs-y,1"' , t ff!WPSIBmKKv9BKSSKtBKBk, I1MG T''" ' ' V-p- , , ,. o -y, "f":rWVT?iWS, v- V vF''!WWt.m?2 ssssssi r f nir irnrif 'fj " 'v ,- -r - i .dnnnr rnsiiMB i it ir.-ni" r' . . -1, -t rm '''i;a 7 . JM Seed Potatoes just What You Want. Also All Other Varieties. M. C. RUSSELL CO. H '. r t i ' ' . " --.' t 3. 7 t,ww.Tr r."Kwnrirri7 'iffSvKVBXHnpvnri , - i 1 x , s i " ' ' ' S I l " saLLLiilLLLr LbLH iLLI Llla LLLHHi LLHi aLLW aaH aaafl aaaS aaaH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt i . - - : 4,aH n fk . -" ' AMERICA VS. EUROPE SEE AMERICA FIRST. During thin period when Europe is being dovnstated Itv jjrini war, mill tlio globe trotters of tins country can no longer se'k nmusoment nnd roninnco In tlio Old World, it is but natural to turn to our own cuuntiy ami learn something of what it may offer to offset tlio sup posed privation boeniwo of inability to reach and enjoy Europe. Historic- ally, Kuropo goes much deeper ...

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. — 7 April 1915

i 9 J -f- i A k E.V' ' " !?i-;- . W. s ; Us - .t V K ,r . MB.- f " ir.t . i. i.i. ?: m i .. - .-' '"' '"" v "f. . ti , EVERYBODY WHO SEES OUR NEW CLOTHING THIS SPRING FOR CHILDREN AND BOYS THINK THEY AliE JUST WONDERFUL, AND THEY SURELY MUST BE BY THE WAY THEY ARE SELL INC. AN EXTRA LINE OF FINE WASH SUITS 50c to $5. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foromost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you hare friends vlsliln you, or II you ire oln on a r'lll, pleaie drop ui a not .o that tiled. Mr. Alliort Feeder, forimrl. Adams Kiress agent in this city, ar t , t , lived in town lift night and will re ',. main Iipu' toi one oi two days, - "V- ... bert's friends nio jilnel to welcome him in our midst. ' ", Mr. Gomgc T. McLaughlin is visit , ing his brother, Mr. A. A. McLaughlin. , ' ' ., of Wot Soconil street. Ilo expects to , Jeavo' in n few days for West Union, & Va., whole he holds a luciativo jn- V Jr" "sition. i?""'." Tl'o wife of Mi. T. .1. Winder of 'HRoetorviJlo, who lias lioou ilt ...

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. — 8 April 1915

V, ata v ,7Vi 7 'im:$ mrmT '"W s if?- &t it-. ; X: iii cv lh WWEATHER-PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY; TOMORROW UNSETTLED, PROBABLY SHOWERS. SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Saner Kraut 3 Pounds For lOc.j 4M i FUJJLll LEDGER IP HPITV k HT'fHLdHijiHB Ul c c i jwiiiv i1 ii r -y "V " EEKL7 BJ?PCn.iMi-Wr MAYSVILLB, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915. 0AT COPY ONE CENT. WE WANT BRICK STREETS! A knocker Is a 'funny thing, Tliey say tlioy havo tho chronic blues, No oho pays any attention to thorn, Tlioy never carry any real good news. Laugh, and tho world laughs with you, And llkowiso weep and you weep alone; Tfou must get out, laugh and boosy Otherwise, you'ro pulling a "bono." it THE PRINCIPLES OF THE KINGDOM" "Was tho Subject of Dr. Aultman's Ad- dress At tho Third Street M. E. Church Last Night. J. BARBOURJUSSELL, JR. Entertains His' Classmates in tho High School on His Eighth Birthday blaster .1. Harbour Hussell, ,lr., son of Mr. ami Mrs. .1. Harbour Hussell, cele brated his ...

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. — 8 April 1915

"Vi" If f i "& fi A' (' v rsp - ----- - I 1 'I I sr , " i T V y THE PUBLIC LEDGER uAiLT (cxoirr buniut, romvrii or jult, tiianrihiyino ANII CHRISTMAS. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. C. E. D1ETERIOH General Managor LoonUnd Lonir n At 01tnc8 Telephone lU. tV orrioE ruBLio leduiii bdildinu, MATSVIM.I. KT. Uutered at thf Mav'vllle, Ky Pottoffice os ceoml-cla mail matter. S UUSVUir'lWNS-B Y MAIL, . Yrnr m. 00 nix Miiiiiii. l no Thr-t .llnnllis 78 UJCUVKRSU BY VAUHIKR, Per Month .. ' Cenli J'ayablt to ColUctor at tnd of Atonti, MARSE HENRY'S PROPHETIC EDITORIALS. ft ft- U W . i Cum if 3 ;,i sr --?.' 5?' I "As to the JOnglish as backers of. tlie Belgians .and allies of llid French against the devastating German giant," Mr. Martin aptly concludes, "our hearts go out instinctively. Though, plainly enough, England stands in the way of Germany's ambition, uud that gives Germany an understand able grievance, the same is true of every sovereign ty now existing on earth. We all stand in Ger 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. — 8 April 1915

V ' &, Seed Potatoes- just What You Want. Also.AH Other Varieties. M. C. RUSSELL CO. BBjHjHVBj HHHH TBIr HHHI W jH HP Bl 9HBiP 1 1 Ia , h K i ' F,J w. 15 m If you consuro your friend for ovory fault ho commits thoro will como a time when you will have no friend to censure. Arabian Provcib. FIRE VS. WHISKY Underwriter Furnishes Statistics cring Oub Year's Be struction. Cov in a pamphlet issued by K. K. Walker & Company, underwriters of Covington, ly., thoro was lot In the rifth Distriut of Kentucky during HUI, by fire, ",GS!) gallons of whisky, and in tho Ci;hth Illinois District 0,213 gal Ions. Tho loss in tho nliolo United States was .120,700 gallons. In tho United States there wero pro duced of all distilled spirits 174,011, Gl.) gallons, of which Illinois produced . 41,0iJr,22!l jrallons Indiana 2I,SS7,0DG, Kentucky :7,S 17,011 and Ohio 10,782, J 78. Thcro remained in warehouses December III, If) t, a total of 2S2,0.'I0, 400 gallous of li.-tilled spirits other than fin it...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 April 1915

I ' . i. r; u fry- 3 B-t. . rj, t , , Vk & ; I5 ?..' ft m r M til - L ' I. ' -M Is. a- r m Bk,:. Tm ii i in in ' ,-.,.,. HPf everybody who sees our If NEW K CLOTHING THIS SPRING FOR CHILDREN AND BOYS THINK THEY ARE JUST WONDERFUL, AND THEY SURELY MUST BE BY THE WAY THEY ARE SELL INQ. AN EXTRA LINE OF FINE WASH SUITS V 50c to $5. ,v Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothlcra ELKS INSTALL OFFICERS Maysvillo Lodgo of Elks Hold Most In L torcstlng Business and Social Session Last Night. Mnysvillo Lodge of Llks met jlllar session Inst night and n reg after tinnsneting routine business, installed i JS tlie following officers: lrv " ' Exulted Ruler 0. Ed. (ieiscl Esteemed Leading Knight J. Allan Dodson. Esteemed Lectin tag Knight Ross C. Owens. Sccrctnry V. It. Smith. Treasurei T. M. Russell. Esquire W. II. Ilnll. Chaplain A. (5. Sulser. Organist 1'. 0. Smoot. Tvler--.Tiistin McCarthy. r. . Inner Guard Dudley (Juaintnucc. After the installation, a sumptuous buffet luncheon ...

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. — 9 April 1915

It r,t v ,' i3 IIIHIIII SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c! DINGER BROS, 107 West Second Street. JJ Phone 20. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915. 02E COPY QUE CENT. n. ru rxupuo .,jMiu.wwi k WEATHER-PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY, PROBABLY LOCAL SHOWERS; SATURDAY PROBARLY FAIR. ' ' ! ;-.;. PUBLIC BM LEDGER . j f-v rift JFn . V Ii4 w-. l if r ft ' 5. I'vo tiled a lot of broakfast feeds, Hay, oats and all tho rest, Eut for my pleasure and my needs A stack of wheats la best. LADIESJOTICE The Public Ledgor -wishes to publish a calendar for all aocial ovents and futuro happenings, such as teas, card parties, luncheons and any kind of en tertainment that hostesses may intend to give in tho future, and wo will put samo in our columns absolutely frco of charge. The only condition wo impose furnish tho copy and date of such party or entertainment on Thursday of each week, or any time previous there to. Tho calendar will bo published each Friday, This...

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. — 9 April 1915

V I Wt i'sri v ' m wshpspps A l3 B mt f w - m fiT Sh-u w A 1 m "lis Kl ' 5V THE. PUBLIC LEDGER ' ' " ' UitI.T-tXCPT HUNKAT, rODHTII OP JULT, tlUNKKOIVIMO ANI1 CIIIUSTMtS. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. C. E. DJETERIOH. . , General Manager Cooal ud t.onii OItnoerelphoue rIO. 4U. tUTHVILH. KT. Bfflrjf pt.v ' Pro V ' V IE.-' ' W mm, iiv. .Knlcred nt Ihc Mnvivllle, Ky roitoffice n ceonri-cla mall matter. aunsvitiriions-u v jma. Our Yfr ? J" nix ,noniii. .. Tlireo'JtiHilii ... DJtLlVKUKl) II I' OARHIXR, Prr Mouth a ' i'ayablt to Collector at tnd of JlontA. WHERE WILL IT LEAD? x tf 't There are statements in the telegram from Kiitf .Jaml that there U a public demand that llic officers "and crows of submarines that destroy merchant jtfj? 'Ships and kill non-combatants shall be treated as W'. j-Jraics it is u rellcction on t lie pmucs ol om to ueiiunu imtc this course ol the German submarine navy pi racy. It is a slander upon Captain Kidd and hits V'ont'reres to group them with these modern...

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. — 9 April 1915

eed Potatoes- W, . , '"My-- i.A: V ' ,ji r, . h r ' Jf.U . i. ' l i i AT? -i I I V A. I "4 I 4v- A - rl .?. 4:- J V ' r'iv l ?!V";,K -?? f -v A m A: t ... jteW si iK'tflf f. li V 'M : tRJXAf ffV - - j i m g H flklkV Hl H m kkkkV .---kkkkkkkkV kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkn -kkkkkkkkkW tkkkkkkkkkkkw Hr H H B Hhmhm . B B H H H H r H c H B HHHHi f kkkkE kkkkH kkkka kkkkkkkkkkW kkkkkfl H kkkkkV kkkkkH kkkkH kkkkkkfl kkkkkkkkkB kkkkkkl IkkkkkB IkkkkH ikkkkB kkkkkB Ikkkkkkl kkkkkB kkkkkkl kkkkkV kkH kkkkV kkkkk. ...kkks kkkkkV kkkkkkkw l I j kkkkkV H' ikkkkkVkVkkkklBikHr kkkkkkkkkkkklkH kkkkkkkkkkkkkk ikkkkkkkkkkkkki kkkkkkkT kkkkH kkkkkkkkkkkkkr IhI n Vkkkkkkkkkkkkkkr kkkkkkl kkkkkH HHRr BBMHI BBkakr BBBBB wkW MB kikr i ifcw kfcfckr MM Mfcl Bridgo Whist Is a pafitl.tio that has caused moro husbands to go hungry than tho famine of Egypt Maggie I V aughn. SPORT LETTER. Cincinnati, April 8, 1915. Bcforo another week rolls around, mo Dasooall chtunpionship season of I!u5 will line boon launched in the two...

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. — 9 April 1915

;V ,r. K. ' l Y .r" i ji ;IN J-' $t m fa '' U1". t . - Jt XV m ?,wk - GOOD CLOTHES STAY GOOD. GOOD CLOTHES HOLD THEIR SHAPELINESS AND RETAIN THEIR STYLISH LINES TILL THE FABRIC IS "WORN DOWN TO THE THREAT." GOOD CLOTHES HAVE TOUCHES OF DISTINCTIVENESS MOULDED INTO THEIR VERY BE ING THEY HAVE INDIVIDUALITY THAT REMAINS WITH THEM TO THE END. ' SEE OUR EAST WIN DOW TOR THE NEWEST SPRING CREATIONS. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clotlilors' HERE AND THERE II you hiTe friends visillnf you, or II you ire Joint on r'tlt, plene drop us a not .0 ihtt ellecl. y Miss Mamie Hotts, of Oxford, O., arrived last Saturdnv on a v'isit to lur nfotlior. " Mrs. 1. X. Bradford hits returned from a iit to her daifgh tor', Mrs. Lynno Ilorndon, of Louisville. Aberdeen (iii'tim (lioen. fiss Norma Buckley, daughter of Mr. .t oh 11 Huekloy, sjoii t the Kastci holidays homo fiom school, ami loturn ' ed 'at Cnrdomo Collect', (lonrgetonn, Ky., on Wednesday. Misses Chloe Woml, Maiio Itootho. 3labol P...

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. — 10 April 1915

IT? ' I'll in i I I..IIUI' ,' . ' n i i ii wy WEATHER-SHOWERS TODAY AND SLIGHTLY COOLER. I SPECIAL! Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Sauar Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c.; I PUBLIC LEDGER fVwjfA fcff JcWl lM u Hr r if. L life 1 - .' -- - I -Ik , B Iri, P. JtJfPT l t)AILY rVALlO fJCDOFB-tWH MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. w. Little drops of venom. Little grains of splto, Mako the thing called gossip Then, dear friend, Goodnightl WALKINGJIOME Trom Chicago Miss Jennlo M. Zwei- gart Taking Long Hlko For Her Health. "Walking from Chicago to Mnysville is some walk, and especially so when the wallost is a young girl. This i9 -what Miss Jennie M. Zwoigart, a Mays villo girl nml a recent graduate of our high school, is now attempting. Miss Jcnnio is an accomplished and pretty girl and hor twentieth ccnturj ideas mnrk her as a "girl progressive", of'the front rank. Slio recently gained - rruch notoriety in Chicago by actually fasting for twenty-fivo days, an...

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. — 10 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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