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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 21 March 1914

&.;?.' ' :'A . .'. Jr ,'k. flt -iljwyi T-y-y' W 99 WHERE HAROLD FAILED I K' KV.PL1 By GRACE LEITCH. :sm iJi 44W4X&M4rW f.-r S-.J- u- - p-w .... &- &.' FO " "; &: ;;;. t.- tif $' fiffi "$ V.' 'C'"11'" "W"'- 'i' '' ; PT'fe ii i-f X V J aBBBHalBV IH f w M''M'y', ' II i iii aa ai i MfcfMKiT ctvAMft- - r j -&ieBKBBV JtSBV' k iiiM" ri"1' an .1 i ii '.'.. ' j'""V'JliWM' tt'iTI "A" y-iji v . .,5! v!JPjaj!tQuF gj WILLIAM A.RAITORaSnOR Mr. 'William A. Had ford will "tiswer questions nmi Rive ndvlco FH12B OP QOST on all subjects pertaining to tho ubject of bnlldlnp, for the rentiers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manafacturcr, ho Is, without doubt, the highest authority on nil theso subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Iladford, No. 1827 Pralrlo avenue, Chicago, III., and only enclose two-csnt stamp for reply. America is a nation of homo build ers. It has como to tho point that a man's standing In a community la measured ...

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. — 21 March 1914

y -- .-- MVWVJJfcf rSW4 W Frj V " j-,1 4. W !' . Ju. A- HnwimiM' 'tfwif swwnwshi .HIMIIMIMIN n. !.. wAn. li.'srm r ft r i'- &$ F f 1. si,' J$V THE PUBLIC LEDGER . ii '- ... PAUT uom iokdat, taenia or twt, THissoime AHD OlMMTtM. . A.'P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. (oMlAod Long 0ljPOTlBpbqpe No. 40. 1 ornoi rouo ledum roiuimo, MATiyiLtM. Kf. ' acnsVMlP110ys-BYUA.lL, One Yenr. . Mi Honltil. . Thrtclouui... ..t o ..ISO DttLlVXHBD BY OARBlItt, Per MohtU......,...-. .... .,-J CtoaU rayabtt to Collector at tnd of ilontA ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Strikes and loekouta in Ehode Island during 1913 c&uap a loss of $122,885 to wage earners and about $350,000 in value of production to employers. , The Lehigh Valley Eailroad lias made a compil ation of the most commonly used farm products transported over that line, shoVruJg how much the farmer, the middleman, the railroads, and the re tailers receive for their services. It appears that the railroad's share of the consumers' dol...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 21 March 1914

' '' V V ' - - t . Zniv f ct.'r r .' . ' J". j Tt,i.-- r- L "" W . -x. J. vm.-M t . iVitfy'5'' ,t ir- 'It. "V J -. 1 .r Vfffl "7T :. : jfi 'ZSariF 1 T ; '" V a bwmbitj w Woman's superiority seoms to consist chiefly in the fact that ulio can pick up ft hotter plato than a man. Now Suits, Coats and Drcssos at Morz Bros. At Chicago 218,043 women registered to voto. Chnrles P. Tnft, majority stockholder of the Chicago National League baso ball club, rofused an offer of $750,000 in cash for the club. On St. Patrick's Day in Los Angelos, Cal., the mercury was up to 93 in the shado and shirt waists and peok-a-bo6s wiro much In evidence. The drilling apparatus has been plac ed on tho Dick Whaley farm near My ers and drilling for oil and gas will probably begin this week. Declining to heed tho suggestion of President Wilson, the Independent (Prohibition) Democratic Stato Com mitteo of Tennessee cnlled conventions for Stato officers, and indorsed Gov. D, W. Hooper, Republican. A VALUABLE SUGG...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 21 March 1914

Uk?l m: fc fcfcte .' ; ' - tT ii"( ,Vr 'i1 ST. -sff-jUf'- I . 1 -. W !?- T' I; fc,' ts- J-cA r. w. s " I.' WK ' L M 1 ' 1 " V IP 'lK hj ?: J ?.'DESIGNED w t&& MAYER DROt ji A-m-wrA r; t ; ....... &teEM WUKAUl Geo. II. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC: LEDGER Mrs. Bon Poyutr was yesterday shopping. in Cincinnati Mr. D. P. Wilson and Mr. L. T. Pox of Dover were in Maysville yesterday. . Miss Ellen Shanklin of Mayslick is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. P. P. Parker of West Third street. ... Col. C. L. Tlinniau was douu from Vancoburg yesterdnv visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. II. C. Poll'itt Miss Anna McDouglo has heeu the guest tho past few days of her uunt, Mrs. il. B. Cushman, of Flemingsburg. Mr. II. B. Walton, wife and son of Lexington, were hero Wednesday en routo to Germautown to visit relatives. t t Sheriff Thomas If. Robertson of Bracken County was hero yesterday the guest of his daughter, Mrs. George Scott of Forest Aw-iim- Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeCa...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 March 1914

M- , " TfcTTlTfcTT- M&WLM T T7ITTl-rfc 3 All PUCCCC i W ", KI 11 .11 wmflmmA. I ,H I MtH hf SKinds V1 IJUlOJJJ . W a Roquefort in jars and roll, Limburg, Pimento, Neafchatel, Swiss and Cream. m m. j JLJ A-4JL vy mmmmMmmkEL jiiji. vjixjjj.1; b I 1 ' -- .. ----. . H MHM B , ,! . "V w ft : & The first bird of Spring, Ho tried for to sing; Hut ere her hnd uttered n note, Ho fell from tbo limb Aud a dead bird was him For the music had fria In his throat. Historical war drama (Jem today. Tho man who Is good only ou Sundays) it! going to shovol ns much coal aa the rest of us when the ombalmer gets through with him. ANOTHER ACCIDENT AT MODEL LAUNDRY. Miss Ninny Campbell, an cmployo of tho Modol Laundry had ono of hor hands caught in n manglo Saturday ami several fingers were terribly mashed. Howcor tho doctors say no nones wore broken. Only h few weeks ago, Mrs. Llzzio Nanz, a machine operator nt tho Model caught one of her hands in her machine and lost threo fingers. Sho still suff...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 March 1914

k.S.1- v ., V ry V' JT.v ,'.. K- pW E V . ft' ' B.- . &2ft fife Ire" X ft '- V Pc-' ?', V ,' :.v t A ... :'" v. &- n. m M- -:, Tv I &7 ( ?': ""-'; ' 'UJiMiii"lniilliiUtliM.mrf-KV)' I i'i ' J fJ -. '-"'fi' ink fW WWKiWMMay;iw' ffHE PUfeLIC LEDGER DUI.T BXUJirT SUMD1T, TCXJBTH OF JOtT, inlHXBOlTIKB awd dnntsTMA. . A, P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Looalaod Lous No. 40. orrios ruuo tncoin boildiko, NATflTILLI. KT, . aVDa0ttlP110N8-OY MAIL. Hi Ytnr.... Hx Month. . SOU i mi JS Tbrxw Jtlouui. ,..... .-..-. ....- . . DMUrXBSD'Jtr CAJISIXB, Per Moitta,....... ....... - ..Aa (tout IX SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Another Baltimore plank that will be found shockingly r;uu-Democratic" and untenable is the one favoring a single terra for President. Stick a pin there. St. Louis Globe Democrat. 1- Coffin-shaped poison tablets in coflin-shaped bot .tles.is a late design aimed o prevent avoidable ac cidents in handling dangerous substances by the ' drug clerk, or in the medicine cabi...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 March 1914

a! v s , Ch s f ft 'T &. I K p. fo. i tawcwifiMti.tiMn urn wtf-wMW1" f. Ef, cz dey sny," observes Br'er Ufesaver tor 'urn w'en dey hits do tango dance, sinners should practice) It night an' day, kaze It'll bo a lifo-, saver ter 'um w'on deoy hits do hot pavements down below ter know how ter hop high." GEM Up to March 12, two hundred injured Tho stringent requirement of tho for workmen in Ohio wore given workmen's ' C3t service that nil sheop be dipped be compensation awards by tho State In- fore entering tho national forests has dustrial Commission. Tho law went into practically eradicated scabies on those effect January 1. areas. Pastime Thero is a proposition in China to mako uso of the remains of the Great Walls for the purposes of n railway. Ovor 45,000,000 pioces of mail matter were handled by the Cincinnati post- office during February. The receipts wore $225,000. Our national BANK HAS A CHARTER FROM THE U.S. GOVERNMENT A National Bank, before being permi'ted to do busines...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 March 1914

w :P , v Te& a. &. J r,X Rv ry1 K i H fe ' Note That Was Signed WASHINGTON. What always charms ono about Washington Is to realize that, affcr all, mon are human, and that no dignity or distinction can Umjnato tho spirit of democracy on which tho republic Is founded. To walk along and have a chat with Chief Jus- ffvit, -v c csc v Vf IT DAFFIES 1 mffi&$9 ll cgfeJy, JEj iS-oft 1 tf him with tho affectionuto greetings of the days when ho was forging his way to the front ns a promising young lawyer. Tho mdn In official Washington soem to have less of a halo about them XJft' UiaU HI U1U UOU U1U UUS, WUUU lUO lUWUHUH 1U1U ui ifuuatut v ......, w.-. would attract more attention on Pennsylvania avenue man a Dross uanu or u tango dancer in 1914. In. a bank tho other day was shown a note indorsed Jointly by Henry Clay and Daniel Webster. Tho story is told that Clay asked Webster to indorse a noto with him for $500. "All right," said th6 studious and thoughtful Webster, "I'll do so,...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 March 1914

w "' . ' 1 T"Vi)V- ,-" V.t"('..V- i.1VWW-WVjtI( r., J-JI tf .,-,,- .IM -0tM'-fc " wJfaii.wAi X., . -f, , vs v& w i? ,T I ' I riAPc raw "SWTHfoi -JJLL A JLJlJl-y243f- Crnts Screeching of Parrot Upsets Dignity of Station INDIANAPOLIS, IND. A common parlor variety of poll parrot assisted tho 1 weather man tho other day In making llfo miserable for terminal station Jjty, attaches, and mado entertainment for ' running Irregularly and Dookaw was 'compelled to wait for somo time. Poll voiced dlapleasuro at the delay until he tired himself out with squawking atSiothlng In particular. Tlion ho cocked his head on ono sldo and took an lntorost in Stout, who was calling the cars In a big, booming volco. Stout was shouting "Awl-a-board fr Qreenwood, Whlteland, Franklin, oiuui uuiuuuif,, (i.uio . iiiu, uiuutuua, Uku, v, null yun lUUft WtAUUau. ArkI Squawk!!" ho screeched in --i .. t -. at oioui gavo mm a iook or com aisgust. jroii cockoq a glassy eyo in oioum direction and screamed, "Hallo, h...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 March 1914

iiwipw DESIGNED - MAYR 0ROX r CHICAGO' Ceo. il. frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC; LEDGER J ! ? A A $ I ! I ! I I !! 4. church NOTE8. Washington Presbytorlan Church. Bogular sorvices Sunday aftornoon at 2:30 o'clock. Everybody made wolcome to tneso services. Forest Avonuo M. E. Church Rov. A. P. Felts will preach at Tor- oat Avenue M. K. Church Sund-iy morn ing and evening. Socond M. B. Church South. Preaching at 10:15 and 7 o'clock by tho pastor. Rev. J. "V. Simpson. Sunday School at 0:30. Jnmes Daw son, Supt. Epworth Leaguo at G:15. J. W. SIMPSON. Pastor. rirst M. E. Church South. Rov. M. S. Clark, pastor. Preaching at 30:45 and ., Iiy pastor. tho Sunday School at 0:30. W. W. Ball, Supt. Epworth Leaguo at 0:15 o'clock. M. S. CLARK, Pastor. Aherdeon Baptist Church. Tho rovival meetings at the Baptist Church in Aherdeon continue to grow in interest. Rev. Wilhoyto piesents the , truths of the Iiiblo In a forcif ul ami elo quent manner. IIo causes the henrers to l...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 March 1914

M' fed :ii WW M. ", j1.,.1 (""51, y..7I - ' 1 ..T "t . ' V ' ' i . 'vr -v jMgMBHagWWWrfrWW iii i.,iiiiji.HT.ii4MWra;.ii'Trrv .''' JS2ii2SIIitriSl2fS2C252?Sf25S f f IMI1I1111I1REIII11I1III1III1IIIIIIII m . ., All PUBLIC LEDGER lCCoJC Kinds 'ft i Roquefort in jars and roll, Limburg, Pimento, NeufcHatel, Swiss and Cream. SILlt.'.TlaYZJtMgiJi.fc i'JiiSj . to, B t " , i" '!.' , r MMWVUXfAWW VhMiWMa Tt is easy enough to bo pleasant Whan tborc's nothing to ox us at all, But the follow who wins li tho ono who just grills As ho scrambles up aftor a fall. , .I. f . i Mrs. Emma Dawson entertained hei Sunday School class at her homo on East Second street. The condition of Mrs. Edward Walton of Mayslick, who was a victim of Lucien Luttrells auto, was reported butter yestcrdny. "Sylvia," . tho beautiful pastoral .ncrotta that will bo given at tho High School Friday night, March 27th, ha a viry interesting plot, woven around two locrs ,ind their fiancees; tho girls trick their lovors through a mag...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 March 1914

'V 'i "TV -( 'ta ,j5 J .. v R 3 - s.' tV . K. . F M 4 tV n P. .y K' R tv. i? . r & T' li f J t ; . itk' - V-fc. i'r ' H t.' Kr' 14 j rlc THE PUBLIC LEDGER IUU.T sxosrr ichdat, roostn or jolt, tiukkmitiho .xn iTnniHTiiA. ' A. P. CURRAN, Editor Mr. in I ornos ruoLio LKDonn boiwiko, (10. 4U. I MATSVILLS. 1CT. SUBaVtttFllOXS-BY MAIL. Oai "If enr. Nlm HOfttliA- Thrku Jiuutfl DHUYXBKD ST PARSIMS, Per MoulU.. pgyabU to Collector at md of ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH Don't it sound good to refer to it as "last win ter?" Talk about war with Mexico,, how about another "swat-the-fly" contest? 'After Congress and the State Legislatures have completed the job of regulating everything, we suppose they will begin the task of prohibiting "everything. By the way, where is that business boom which the Democratic leaders in Congress come with the new year litis it postponed? The Department of Agricultures 829,000,000 acres of tillable land in not under cultivation. The most available for any kind of cro...

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. — 24 March 1914

mmm SFtfES . (: i- ,., ; J: m- Th ' f - &'' I i .1 f in m p & u i K tr'r C 5. t& ft' ;w ,'.' linn " TWiWWiii .nn ffl rir "ntrrTm.ton1iiiii'Wrfrtifcl" "i'"ii" .Ifiwnml SUBJECT OF RATES Opinions From State NEW JEBSEY. Caso, Ocoan City vs. City Oas Light Company, July 10th, 1912. "It Is pretty generally agreed today, that a proporly constructed schedulo of gas ratos, will combine two dlfforeut kinds of chnrgos, n minimum charge, and a chnrgo graduated by consumption A gas company has two difToront kinds of expense. Tlio flist, consists of tho Charges arising from having built, and having to maintain a plant and delivery system. Tills charge J largoly indo pendent of the ijuality of gas consumed. It would exist, if no gas nt all wore consumed for n time. Tho other kind of charges for fuel, labor, etc., will vnry, largely with tho total product manu factured nud delivered. A fair mini mum, guarantees a return on tho plant built, maintained, aud held In readiness to servo. A f...

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 1914

-1 f "VP -i V, J M.S .- ,.: iA V '4 -wtAA' - mini mil m ii i hi 1 , . 8 I A I " ! V-' tr ,.,f ty ;w & ?i.. T K&, ." 7i- r m ,, n t rx '.'.' - :r Kky K ' v. r ? ft :; "! 'V lk It" It ST' WE ARE MAlKING Suits to order guaranteeing a perfect fit and absolute satisfaction in every re spect, as to wear, holding shape and style. Come in some day and look through our woolens. PR1CBS $15, $20, $22.50, $25 to $40 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysviile's Foremost Clothiers. F PUBLIC P1ILV LEDGER Mr. Charles Hitt of Walnut street was visiting relatives nt Mayslick Sunday. Mr. Brooks Dodson after a fow days visit to his parents returned to Prank fort yestorday. Miss Lulu Qault aud her niece, Miss Corinna Slyo wore guests of Mrs. G. W. Adair at Hill Top Saturday. Mrs. T. II. N. Smith is in Lexington at the bedsido of her sister, Mrs. Bolle Wardle, who remains seriously ill. Mr. Wcedo Breeze of Cynthiana was tho guest of friends and relatives Sat urday and Sunday, on East Fourth St. Editor Joh...

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 1914

HK3Ui.j.'i . . n .:'.. . .... ,i . . . ' .'-' riij.' iuiii,rti.wrMi.i,M.liiri.Mi.MlMwiw.i.li.w,w,iiiii.JiM'iiwi'Kli.wy,Bi.iiwiimiii.i..lil..a,li; .. ., ...i mi-ffMut rl irm.. .iin.wom.painru, iM.m,.i n ihiii iiu.jpw n wuwwwa)JHiPMnmi T r H t r TirireawaEnHny-fT-rttinili iiimjw WilMIMHIi f Kinds CHEESE Roquefort in jars and roll, Limburg, Pimento, ! NeafcHatel. Swiss and Cream. 11,1 -' ir iE IMH! ,1 i". PUBLIC g LEDGER '.' f HfiPfr " ... . . . - -. - Train n.-,-WAwmj-auVmnLfUX U-LrtnmxVTuri.nJ.r.ni-. r. rVi i - F ?fr?sEi2i maysville, Kentucky, Wednesday, march 25, 1014. one copyone cent. U" VAIL T JUMIJQ &MtwJM99in W s --- , . KIHl MBBBMH Pahinrf Mangle 00UNTy !!i IK' vv-j WBMssm fUlmi IKBsSeMM UII"C "lUMlMj IKyK BHH ANOTHER SIGN OF SPRINa. 'Where's your motlier, dnughtorf" Asked tlio rooster in tho gloom; "I think," the chicken answered, "She's in the setting room." Detroit News. C. K. G. Billings in London interview says business outlook in United States Is bettor than anywhere...

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 1914

Hp'JJTOP?P TM '? X V v V f.7 .V". ib f m VP i ' . V. E? Mi' '), r v- ,- ifr- " ,&s H.S. v wmt. IsV&r m tWMWW3wnWHWliMH' iWi" y n.lifcyi.,viw.iirAy"i'. ''.'.' ' r ... iniilfit yiprtfcwMWNi' THE PUBLIC LEDGER .. ' 'ii' ' tMitt ixosi-r ttmoir, rovnm or tvvt, latyatMtraa "Winter ond Spring seem to bo doing "tho hesi tation" some more. "- ' ----- A, P. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher NO. 40. 1 tooftl nd hong 9tmmoq Te$ptiqu OfTIOI POBt0 LEDHtn BUlkDIHO, MtTtTUH. 1CT. SUBBVtiirilOHa-BT MAIL. ...41 ,.. 1 SO DMiJVXRSD BY OABB1BX, JfrygMWo Colhctor ottmd of Month Wntt Yriir . . MX MobIMj Three Miratn.. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. When one analyzes the Mexican situation, how can they help wanting to fight when they all eat hot taraales and chiU-con-carnolf - '" Mr. Bryan's "watching and waiting" is merely his, watching and waiting for the Chautauqua cir cuits to open for his annual rake-offs. President Taft, who weighs "only 271," is tell ing how to get thin. Sounds like Lillian R...

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 1914

4 'f,rr ?r 5$ w JL V ' o. . t uTVi,rv ; i ;- j j , $. ';; -3E. T Aj t: m Li r SUBJECT Private Consumers, Schedules From Recent Decisions of Railroad Com mission of the State of Wisconsin Rendered After Thorough Investigation of All Ques tions Involved By the Board's Expert Public Utility Engineers and Accountants CASE Application of tho NESHKORO LiaHT AND POWER CO., for authority to Increase Rates in Neshkoro, Lohrville, and Red Granite, Wisconsin, decision of Com mission fixing rates, decided November 14th, 1913. GENERAL LIGHTING RATES. Ror residence and business lighting, including mo tors and appliances other than lighting equipment, whon motors are of one horse power rated capacity or less. RATE 0 cents not or 10 cents per kilowatt-hour for tho first 60 kilowatt hours per month per activo kilowatt. 7 cents net or eight cents gross per kilowatt-hour for the next forty kilowatt hours per month per active kilowatt. 4 cents net or five cents gross per kilowatt-hour for all excess pe...

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 1914

M Sifi. ft kit Ht sr.'.v jP f &' A p i ; ?. . ' v "L.. i rv an V ' 1 flrV'''1 ylMJj' iTtfrfljifcflitTHul I'M" WE ARE MAKING MAk Suits to order guaranteeing a perfect fit and absolute satisfaction in every re spect, as to wear, holding shape and style. Come in some day and look through our woolens. PRICES . $15, $20, $22.50, $25 to $40 Geo. H. Frank & Co. MnvsvHIe's Foremost Clothiers. PUBMCfiggmEPfl Ell piitr J. iriinit -rjtff M,All & ;&vrr.TAy.i;uui "msxz Mr. S. J. Morgari, the photographer, spent Sunday ami Mqmlay in Lexington. .Miss Kato Boj'cr of Ttlpley, Ohio, is spending a few days with relatives in this city. m Mrs. A. P. Stiles of Houston avonue has returned home after a two weeks' visit in Covington. i Col. John T. Moran of Cincinnati came up yesterday to greet his many old Maysvillo friends. Miss Elizabeth Ewan of Helena is the guest o her cousin, Misi Elizabeth Stone on East Second street. Mr. Hugh O'Donncll, of Chicago, spent Sunday here with his mother, ...

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 1914

& IV ! ;; 'r V3 .- Vf v ."' , ' ' Sfcl :-A i Will llfffcffKTHIU .WW MiHlilHnTUry iwhW W ifc. r r i :J i , lJT WVV Msxty RKPCBLiaAit-fim 9 ail r rvMLSO iSj)QauM Her Name. Sim wns lound and she wns ruddy, Ami her cheeks woio like tho rose; Ami she weighed nt least one-eighty, As tlio liny scale record shows. Shu whs Homiil us any dollar, And no stronger girl you've met; Yot tliU big mid robust eip.ttuo Had been christened Vtolot. ' Cleveland Plain Dealer. Rev. H. H. Wilhoyto's revival at the Baptist Chinch in Aberdeen still grows 111 interest. Tliero have been nine nc cessions to date. Mrs. W. Scott Osborne, of Tuckahoe, is suffering with a severe attack of ton silitis. Her daughter, Mrs. Montgom ery Pickett, has pust recovered from an attack of the same ailment. Conic to the High School Friday night at S o'clock, and see the pastoral oper ettn "Sylvia," an interesting narrative told in song and story, beautiful cos turning effects, Interspersed with solos, quartets anil large cho...

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 1914

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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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