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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 10 April 1915

i.r to ' r.? a tffmtfW! ;r. S&flK r - ( ( 3" J I ' t ' eed Potatoes just What You Want. Also All Other Varieties. ' ft M. C. RUSSELL CO. HWkjBM i.saaasj i 1 " ' "i" 'j" "..:' ' ' ' -' " ' ' ' ' hhhIhI I Bhh m fllP1 o hThihihihYj .BiHiHiHiBfHn hihihihihihI hThThThYbYJ bihihihYJ hThThTbThb ThThThThThTbi bThTbTbTht hbThihihYJI bThThTbybyhi hThThTbThYJ hbThTbyhihi hbihibTbThb hbihihihihi hThThThTbyhYJ f M .V-'-J ', L." M Wl H KfM. fj-w'S - '-'4b v i-1 ,";$ ;..vv.l J-W i J'-S . rn-fl 4 m. . i -.if 1 1 ( f m Thoro is no short-cut, no patent tram road to wisdom. After all tho centuries of Invention, tho soul's path lies through tho thorny wilderness which must still ho trodden in solitude, with blooding foot, with sobs for help, as It was trodden by thorn of old. George Elliot. TO VOTE ON BREAD WRAPPING. Houston, Texas April 10. Shull tho bakor's broad be delivered wrapped, or unwrapped? This is the momentous question that IToustonians will lecido nt Monday's election. Incidentally, a ...

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. — 10 April 1915

wmw1' Y . i Vlr" J v A "?WW w ftfc &-v J -i . & P' i '' P. Li. ,' r. & - B A V'il GOOD CLOTHES STAY GOOD. GOOD CLOTHES HOLD THEIR SHAPELINESS AND RETAIN THEIR STYLISH LINES TILL THE TABRIO IS" WORN DOWN TO THE THREAT." GOOD CLOTHES HAVE TOUCHES OF DISTINCTIVENESS MOULDED INTO THEIR VERY BE INO THEY HAVE INDIVIDUALITY THAT REMAINS WITH THEM TO THE END. SEE OUR EAST WIN DOW FOR THE NEWEST SPRING CREATIONS. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo 's Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you hare Mends tlsltlnjt you, or II you are joln on a r(j, pltaie drop u a not '.o thai elfccl. Miss Clum, of Roston, Mass., is iait- ing S;i this cit,. Miss Doufnrd, of Atlanta, fin., is vis iting frlemls iu this city. Mr. Albert Foeder was in Cincin nati yesterday on business. Miss Margaret Otto, of Springdale, lb visiting in this city today. Miss Minerva Stockton attended a datieo ut Lexington last night. " Mr. W. K. Sibold of Cincinnati, is a 'business visitor in this city today. Mrs. J. 1). Ha...

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. — 12 April 1915

;Wr f T? ' . ,.',,- fit! ?f :k,..:v '. "'" r ) ' XVEATHER-FAIR; MODERATE WINDS. PUBLIC Smoked Bleated Fish Only 40c Dozw. Heinz Sauer Kraut 3 Pounds For IQc.j DINGER BROS, 107WThSs,rcc'- (VWWMSA 1" trxxzir RPPcabiCAH-it'n XSAIL 1'OjlUa I.KDtBtt-tiV MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. -- ' ' i i .. " IQTTT" ja t I p , 111 I I I I I j tWM LJ..1- .' .liJM -.' -Lit, '. ol'i . .... J,,, '.'..' .... ,, .. r;r... . -.,...,.,. -. t . , i .. i. , , i , . ., , , ., ., ...-.ni, ,, .' '. ' rg iH mmmi Trmnnn ;i SPECIAL! I -1 wmp-msk.'B. i 111 itrrrh .- : H JB71B9 IBiBI .T .. M i fh r- I 1 f A m ri 1 s $hs.i Olvo fools tlioir gold and kuavcs tholr power; Let fortuno's bubbles rise and fall; Who sows a field or trains a flower Or plants a treo Is more than all. PURCHASESPROPERTY Maysvillo Board of Education Buys tho Dinger Homestead. On Saturday afternoon tin- Maysvillo Board of Education closed a deal with Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dinger for their handsome piece of rcido...

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. — 12 April 1915

I Mt Ty:,-,H i(v S : " W 1 Jl " ' IV. 8 Br ; TFTE PUBLIC LEDGER' luit.T ixorr si'NiuT, roontu or jott, tiukkkjivino amii ciiniftTula. THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. C, E. DIETERIOH Qoncral Manager Coofcland Uouk JlnUuce Telephone No. 40. orrics p(iBi.'itfMinAH,Bi)ir.i!Nii, miBVII.I.t. KT. k : ltnterel at tli Mnvvl1te, Ky., I'oitofTice r ceoinl-cm mall matter. 8UB!VUlV'l IOXB-BY MAIL. S) HI s'At ft II til?,.. Tlirrv Jlouilit , .... 1 BO .... 7 OKt.lYKUM) BY CAilllMB, Per iMoiilli..................... Cent Payable to Collector at end of Montn, PAVE EAST SECOND STREET. PAIR PLAY FOR RAILROADS, By. ty. m . f i V. r 1 .' 1? 'f ' ft. . M 5V rh. y V, V &Vfc F;7 -. The action oi the City Council on Inst Monday night in refusing to pave East Second street Avith brick is still a matter of much adverse comment among many of Maysville 's prominent citizens, .who wanted to see this important improvement made this year. While there are some who live along this thor oughfare that are opposed t...

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. — 12 April 1915

I Will Be There. Will You? 1 At Washington Opera House vsthesire? V r. fi) H r V 'I 'J A woman's mind Is moro activo than a man's. Whllo p man is making up his mind a woman will cliaugo hers a dozen times,. "LONG, LONG WAY FROM HOME." Before leaving Havana, Wllliinl said goodliy to .lack .Itiliixnii. Tlio big lilack presented a snd pli'turc. lie nhonk hands silently all iirounri, and when "Willnrd came down from an ,iiipLr deck and grabbed both of hi hand", Jack choked up and was on the ergo of tears. "I'm the only one that can't go back," he said, and thon ho broke down and turning, left the boat, ile return ed in a few minutes and, calling to Willard, said: "If you over come to I.'uropo, look mo up, as I wnut to know how you are getting along." Then fol lowed hearty expressions of good jwishej niul the mutual hope that luck might follow. SOME FACTS ABOUT BAT PLAGUE. In view of the admitted importance of tho rat in the transmission of plague, ho study of this disease among ro dents...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 12 April 1915

lfHHHBHaHHHHHHMHBBHHHHflHRHHH m rsivrF' uflv.rri " j T?1,' SMiiiHii r' wiiiepiia s - " 4l V t tv 7 h- ' .. MS ru . 1 ! i ") W . l ttx $ .; r kv" 2i P. GOOD CLOTHES STAY GOOD. GOOD CLOTHES HOLD THEIR SHAPELINESS AND RETAIN THEIR STYLISH LINES TILL THE PABRIO 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 FOR THE NEWEST SPRING CREATIONS. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo'a Foremost Clothiers : DARINGJOBBERY Clark & Company's Saloon Entered Money and Goods Stolen Early Saturday morning Clark & Company 's saloon on Market street was entered through the coal chute in the sidewalk and 10 was taken from t ho cash drawer, beside a largo amount of liquor was carried oil. ' Tho police were on tlio job and soon had Dick Davis and William Grillith under arrest. Constable .lames MeNa niara found tho whisky in Grillith '$ houso in tho East End, and fro...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 13 April 1915

i f ' r. -N a- WEATHER-FAIR AND ifgkSLl REPChAJGAtina lAILYVVeLlQ I.EltOKU-lim A man may sniilo and Jolly you, And treat you mighty kind; But you will find boforo ho's through Ho has an ax to grind. GIVEN LIFEJENTENCE Robort Warner, Colored, Sentenced For Housebreaking Under the Habitual Criminal Act. Jlobcrt Warner, colored, who has served two terms in the penitentiary, was ou Monday tried iu tlio M.isou Cir cuit Court for brcnUngntn tlic Stakei Uros. Meat Market last January auil stealing meat and money therefrom, nud found guilty by jury and sentenced for life in tlio penitentiary under tho ha bitual criminal net. This is the second tinio in tho his tory1 of this court that life sentence has been given hero under this act. Wartier had two other indictments rending against him for housebreaking, ho having committed two crimes tho same night when ho entered Stakcr Uros. place, Tho places entered were tho gtoeory uteres of James Dunn and J. C. CnblMi &. Son. WORK ON THE DAM. Rea...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 13 April 1915

,V fr vy, v". : it" , w- ..' 2. r.- --- I. - -1 P- 3- S. ; B" Pt - l&i THE PUBLIC LEDGER iuii.t ixcirr iwwpat, roontH or jult, tiunrkhivin AND CHMSTJU8. L.U-" - THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. a E. DIETERICir Qonoral Managor J C Lobf.UniU.onK fjn AW I orrio poblio tKiioim bOIMiino, Distance Telephone '" Ul ihiiyili.b. kt. Untered lit the Maysvllle, Ky., l'oitoffice n ceoml-clasa mull matter. SVUSVltlV'llOXS-BY MAIL, lnr Y4-Hr....... Nix Moulin- ... Tiri Miiiitli.. .... 1 so UKLlVJiltKl) BY OARRIXB, i'er Honllu.,.. CeuU rayabU to Collector at tnd of Month. OHIO SHOWS SAMPLES OF FAVORITE SONS. " . ,r , " . The Buckeye Stute, lmviug found its record hs mother of Presidents surpassed by the Old Do minion, is again showing samples of favorite sons. The list is contincd to the .Republicans for two rea sons. One is that the only Ohio Democrat of Pres idential stature is too old. The other is more im portant, a realization that the country cares but little about Democratic possibilities,...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 13 April 1915

w ll N .-. 1 vtffl I Will Be There. Will You? At Washington Opera House . J '!. J - """" V"HERB? rf. v '- f i If. ry ft - s. K mid bug Largest Amount Which Any County, Can Draw Any Ono Yoar Is $13,161. J ' I'V.mKfort. According to nil estlmnto of revenues from tlio I'-ccut road tax, linked on tlie 101 niseinciito, fur nished Commissioner of Koads K. 0 Terrell hy State Auditor II. M. Bos worth, the - per cent, which is tho max. iiiuim amount any one county may draw on the road fund in any one year, will amount to approximately $13,101. Tho total road fund upon this estimate will bo J.O.'iSJi'O, nvailablo out of this year's rovenucs, which includes $100, 7C0.12, now to tho credit of the road fund from the automobilo department. Commissioner Terrell is estimating tho amount each county will draw from the fund thw year. The stato will put dollar for dollar with the counties for actual road construction under the ttnto supervision up 'to 2 per cent of the total road fund "each year. This...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 13 April 1915

i . - s T ' K r'V f-, ,'"t ,- i V 1VV h 5fr. K . 'a . - v,- .V: ;- ' PCF; . ' l. M St. . . - Ffr A-Afc- fcv 71 -, GOOD CLOTHES STAY GOOD. GOOD CLOTHES HOLD THEIR SHAPELINESS AND RETAIN THEIR STYLISH LINES TILL THE FABRIC IS "WORN DOWN TO THE' THREAT." aOOD CLOTHES HAVE TOUCHES OP DISTINCTIVENESS MOULDED INTO THEIR VERY BE ING THEY HAVE INDIVIDUALITY THAT REMAINS WITH THEM TO THE END. SEE OUR EAST WIN DOW FOR THE NEWEST SPRING CREATIONS. Geo. hV Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers "WHAT SHALL I DO WITH HIM WHO IS CALLED THE CHRIST?" This was tlio text from which Dr. AuHniiiii spoke lust nijjht nt the Third Street M. E. church. He said that this same question which coufroiitcil Pilate almost two thousand years ago was still having to be answered by hundreds of'thousand in every country on the globo every day. At the close of his sermon ho made an earnest plea for those who had not as yet settled this most important question, to decide then, pro it was too late. Tho nfternoo...

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. — 14 April 1915

I" A " 'V y ' V '; rYl, IT.. --' -- 1 mm i ti i Winn &n n n-f " - - - !22S fl 'VJf' w' IT hi ; 'V v' 'I ii WEATHER-FAIR TODAY C NONALCOHOLIC. "I know my boys will never drink,' The doting mother said, "For every morn at 2 o'clock Tlioy tmnlilo out of bed, And hustle for tho old Ice box That Btands beside tho sink, And lawl you novor saw tho lot Of water they can drink." Louisville Times. DR. ROBINSON TO SPEAK TO WO MAN'S CLUB FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Dr. W. A. Robinson will address the Yoinans Club Friday at 2 o'clock, at tho EH9 cluhroom. Mrs. Shelby Blatterman, chairman of tho Health Department, will have charge of tho meeting. , The business meeting, at which the linmuil election of oflicers will take place, will follow the address of Dr. Robinson, which should be heard by all interested in the welfare of' Mays-villi-. Dr. Robinson is president of tho Ohio Ilumano Society, and is well prepared by long experience to instruct as well as entertain. Tho public is cordially invited. Tho ...

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. — 14 April 1915

f -,-.- '- r 'it. 'i-SV 312 f w 'If P'w'i-! Vt , V'M' 'fflyA 'f. 1'. fV h,; .. ' rt i , i! .',f s B--V- hr" : ' '' THE PUBLIC LEDGER iuily xcrr oniat, rountii or jolt, tiuNKaiyiNB ANI CII1USTMAS. THE LEDGER PUBLISHINa COMPANY. C. E. DIETRICH, General Manager. ; i r;- m LoOlndlAn(f Mn A( I ""'O rOBMO MtlUIR BUILDINO, Distance Telephone "U. "Ui MATTlt.t. T. Knlered at tlie Mnvsvllle, Ky., Ponlofllce ti ceoml-c1as mall mailer. . SUBHUUIPJWNS-HY MAIL. One Yrftr.,.,...M ,..., ..M.08 00 Nix. Moiilli.. ........... ................... I SO TI(rr Jli.llllia 78 UKUVKUK1) Ul- OAlllUKRu fer Hoiilli S3 CvnU 1'ayaUato Collector at tnd of Montfi. ' SHALL PERCY HALY OWN AND CONTROL TWO PARTIES? 8v X. re i. . . .v r Tlie Louisville Evening Post of Friday, in nn edi torinl carrying the caption, "The Democrats' of Kentucky," said in part: "Torn by dissension, divided in council,, not clour in purposo tho Dcmocruts of Kentucky for years missed op portunities of leadership, and in local conflicts wasted...

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. — 14 April 1915

THE BEST EVER, LYMAN H. HOWE'S MOVING PICTURES THURSDAY EVENING - - - A TREAT FOR YOU i ; te .. k V Br . lmrasxcj the whisky industry, wo nro placed at extremes to Know wlint wo are to do. Tlieso are tlio principal of our commercial and manufacturing In tel ests of tlio stato of Kentucky, and The. bow that's always bent will H tlioy nro to bo abolished wo shall quickly broakj But If unstrung 'twill servo you at your need, So lot tho mind somo rolaxatlon take, To come back to Its task with fresher heed." PROHIBITION OF TOBACCO. Tho following item was handed to lis, having boon clipped from the Courier-Journal of April 5, 1015. It is reproduced In its entirety without com ment, as The Ledger desires to be fair on all questions. Editor. (To the Editor of tho Courier-Journal.) Greatly appreciating tho character istic common senso that has pervaded 3 our treatment of prohibition aud pro lilbitionists, 1 am taking tho liberty of calling to your attention that Uicm oer7ealoiw people are no...

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. — 14 April 1915

.7 s. & vr B ,v. rt .: ? &. if I ,W- .. . ' tfi' iK Par... ' .. .Hi M .. 'I' . it i -- l ., tev. - - m . i SW .. - -. " -- ' T : - J -!!'. VJiWL re,. , - , 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 INa 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 Foromost Clothiers FIFTY YEARS SINCE LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION. Washington, April J I. 1'ifly yours iigo tonight at a few iiiimiti-s before 11 o'clock, Washington v:is thrown ,lnto an intense excitement by the an .liouucciuciit that President Lincoln and Secretary Reward had been assassinated 'and u iu dead. The wildest excitement prevailed in all parts of tho ctiy. Men, women and children, old and young, rushed to and fio, and the rumors were magnified until they had...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 April 1915

nn; i":t ' T sr A-f M- J WEATHER-FAIR TODAY AND TOMORROW. 1MB 1 SPECIAL! PUBLIC LEDGER Smoked Bloated Fish Only 40c Dozen. Heinz Saner Kraut 3 Pounds For 10c. L i L "n ttf DINGER BROS , 107 West Second Street. Phone 20. MAYSV3LLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. taii paeuo tJCDOKB-tath iiU'W&mYQ uLwlfl KHfl s' fc1' !, V R" .$ Old William Goat loved spikes and nails, Wallpaper, iron and old tin pails, But now his tummy is on Are Ho ato a livo electric wire. RECEPTION DAY TODAY. Jit sure to I'onii' out tills afternoon to the Ileeeption Day at the J'orej-t Avoime, J'irst District and Sixth Wnrd coloroil buildings. Everything is in readiness for your reception. The program In theso buildings was an nounccd in yesterday's papers. Beginning at 1:20 o'clock Friday afternoon, tlio lleceptlon Day program nlll bo continued in the High School nnd Sixth Ward buildings, as well as tho Colored High School building. In teresting progrms, consisting of drills.,, dramatisa...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 April 1915

'V Wt. iw if. & m -t (to t.i &! - rkf r'i ., ', -v v ?' ', FA B THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1IAII.T MCMT MIMUTi rOUIITH Of JULT, TIUNKSUIVINU AND OlimaTMAS. THE LEDGEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. O. E. DIETRICH, General Managor. Cocul m) 1-ouk DllUnce Telephone No. 40. urncK rUBLio ledhih miiluinci, MATRVIL.LR, UT. ljnlcteil nt tlic Mavvllle, Ky., HoitofTlce at Hceuinl-claot mail mutter svjiiviiw'J w.n-ur MAIL. Our Vciir ... .... OO ' Nix Kloiilli. .. .. ISO TlireiOlmitlii 7ft DJCLIVKHKl) U UAltlllJiK, ler Mouth an tvnu jSiyaoie to Collector at tutt of Monin, FEAR AND TUBERCULOSIS. u dismissing the tuberculosis problem in rural - communities uml the duty oi' health oflieers in the December nunibei of the American Journal of Public llonlth, Dr. S. Adolphus Knopf, professor of jnedicinc in the New York Tost-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, said: "One must lirst over come the fear of the disease in order to combat it success! ully." And then the good doctor adds the way in which the fear ma...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 April 1915

. ' ii .j. , HHBPV SWP f" PUBLIC SCHOOLS RECEPTION DAY Thursday Afternoon at the Forest Avenue and First District Buildings. Friday Afternoon at the Sixth Ward and High School Buildings. You are invited. Admission Free. Come and Visit Our Schools and See What the Children Have Done. J 1 . 1 ' : m LA ' 1& ; ' f ;.. S. P. BROWNING, President. J. BARBOUR RUSSELL, Vice President. J. HARRY RICHARDSON, Secretary. R. A. COCHRAN, Treasurer. THE WORM TURNS. Slio buys a gown, The best in town, Expends throe hundred dollars. Whllo hub, tho worm, Can only squirm, And turns Ills cuffs and collars. STUNG GOOD AND. RIGHT. Farmers and reshlents of rural com munities aro beginning to mnkq coiu llaint of tho non-arrival ofvmngazlnes and premium pocke'tbooks for which thoy liavo imicl their money. During tho winter and rearly spring solictors 1m vo been active oa court days and about tho tobacco markets selling a .magazine for three years and a pock ctbook as a premium, all for a dollar. Cases aro...

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

SP ' yfc?yrPffW" i?yTTHyy3jrff HHHIHPvYw0l9Hr "vvm "T(1 v-v n. zr W .'7 , ?.v ? V .1. &z. HE' - J i ' , Vi. att& -THIS IS- STYLEPLUS WEEK A NATIONAL AFFAIRrROM MAINE TO CANADA In all the towns and cities where this ono priced suit is sold tlio STYLE--"PLUS storo joins In the national cam paign to enlighten more men ami young men about tho bottor stylo, and bot tor values for $17. Wo are the. only atoro In town that soils ' STYLEPLUS CLOTHES $17 "Tlio srwio price tho world over" and wo invito you to como hero to sec what ono of the front makers has ac complished by specializing on this suit of ono price. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo s Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you bare Irltndi vlalllnf you, or II you are Joint on a ''sit. plcai drop ui a not .o thai ettecl. Mr. Wade Stewart, of Flemlnj: wis in this city Wednesday. burj! Mr. Henry Keith, of Xepton, was visiting in this city Wednesday. Mrs. Judgo Howe, of Eltuville, was shopping in Maysvillo Wednesday. !Mr. Pen ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 April 1915

"vSj. .; " ..R-U &!' hi- Wfei.'-. r - Kv ?:: '. !'.' , 4-v . ESt"' ii? W Mv ,&- (. .- ; L W'k;J fi fl; WEATHER-RAIN THIS MORNING; FAIR AND PROBABLY WARMER TpNIGHT. '? v.,- ..,.-y i PUBLIC tBm LEDGER ' I Hff. . . . . . JEfcJnjlMr-- ----- i f m 0artVtVlM'ht1mM lf . ? j-i? 8jrjoflx.jaA-m . MAYSVILI E, KENTUCKY, FKIDAY, APRIL 16, 1015. Sf" f . UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT "DIXIE-BOONE HIGHWAY" mm- - J l. iU I T. rt..in !J 4n Mm TVirnaf Avfltillftl ll , Sho's stopping at tho Mountain Houso, But groat seclusion seeks; Sho always dresses in tho dark, Bocauso tho mountain peaks. LADIESJOTICE Tlio Public ledger wishes to publish a calendar for all social ovents and futuro happenings, such as teas,, card partios, luncheons and any kind of en tertainment that hostesses may Intend to givo in tho futuro, and wo will put samo in our columns absolutely free of charge. Tho only condition wo impose furnish tho copy and dato of such party or entertainment on Thursday of each week, or any tlmo proviou...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 April 1915

"JrT"3""? I . i .'.. 1'. '.!, . ' . ' i '' ' ' i ' i ; &r. &' :X-. HB&ft ar5f0EElER ffjtrirf , i v,i JlJ!i9lX r.EJg TCTiMtxcspr-tuJiDiT, rooivtn or ivlx, tuanribivinu AMD CIIMBTIUt. ...I. .1 ' ' fT7OT':JR(T- 7HHt7'l 'V- ' T V ' . - , ft' -, THE LEDGER PUBLISHING COMPANY. O. E. DIETMOII, General Manager. tiooikl nd Lonn Olsunou Telephone No. 40. orrioR roDMO ledum buii.mkh, MATIYILLI. KT. Kntcred at Hie Maysville, Ky., I'oitoffice a sceoiul-ctiss mail matter. . 3 00 I BU . 70 saimuttii'iiuNs-uy UAti.. Our Ymr nx. Jtlunili.. . ...-., TlnxqJliiiilli VJCLIVJCHJCI) UV VAltlUKll, Ver Dlnull ....... - lift ifU I'ayabit to Volltctor at itul of JOfttA. GET A NEW CITY DUMP. ,MflHHm qlj ' ' Food produatM ihid wnr mntannls Are in demand in Europe. But iirolher lines there i no improve ment. Manufacturing concern, nsido from those producing war materials, are citliei' idle or run ning on short time. For instance, the Mloss-Shef-field Steel & Iron Company has hecii paying divi den...

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