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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 26 March 1914

,ta""'' ', ., i. ',frn.m F?i?7vw'3Jmrs w? mv; - r flltlli ! I i . . J Jl,uJ4Wl (HV t6 ' ' IP - '1 3, , s . ' T f.A v - P , J -KVrHTWWHilli :.H,,MI iiiiujh r :Sfv l . . . t r h k V h. r & 5 . S . ! ' Jot" ' ft ' T fc': W: r m ii IV ir l li i'?sy r,w m r i. a-- r-A R. . I I Rfiyal Quality It is the high quality of Royal Baking Powder that has established its great and world-wide reputation: Every housewife knows she can rely upon it; that it makes the bread and biscuit more deli cious and wholesome always the finest that can be baked. Never experiment with so important an article as the human food i I It is economy and every way preferable to use the Royal, whose work is always certain never experimental. There are many Imitation baking powders, made from cheap Ingredients. They may cost little per pound, but their use may be at the cost ol health. I I ll John JI. Patterson, Prescient of the National Cash Registor Company, of Dayton, Ohio, who is in ill health, is nt Hot Springs, ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 26 March 1914

s: If ri !- w W & Pb 5 ST . KV '-' , ) ft .' . r l K ft- r:y, t r , fr!JLWii.M. M'nmtmmmmnmmtmxhTimmtmmmtmmmmntnmi .ininnai " mum " J"-""" """" " "'' "" ' " "" ";' ''l''r-ii ,lti.Hi.i..,n,i,yi,rf,HMll,tftltWwi,'ilir ri' i -- , ,,,,','j " f$' V- WE ARE MAKING 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. MavsvHIe's Foremost ClothleM. QUIT PUBLIC! LEDGER LEWISBURQ. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Andoraon h.lVO moved to tlio Evnns property. Miss Ella Strode isitcd relatives In Maysvlllo recently. Mr. Elwood Tolle of Maysville was the guest of liis daughter, Mrs. Olen Onult Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Enoch was called to Manchester, Ohio, on account of the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Wil son. Tho Kentucky Homo quartctto will give a concert Saturday ovening, March JS, beginning at 7:30 p. m., at tho Mill cro...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 March 1914

- fcv' '0; tftf l iff' ' , i T'! ""MB sat VTm- i'L,?' T 3kit ?l i -' y ": .- , . ' ' .- I. ut1 1 a... ' i .i ..twMiiSqyvfoywtf.M.ii.Mriiiir '. i "yffflEpi'pyCr; iitib- mi. iw, Wi,i if .j; yyi.i.ii.jmM. hi, ff wwyiajBjEM .- wwiyity," ihimwli i, jjpw F " STRAWBERRIES! PUBLIC LEDGER 1 B And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our Specialty. Phone Us Your Order. TMlVfrCD T)rrC Leading Retaflcre m UllNLjJbK tJKUO,, 107 W. Second St. MVWA' t"XKtr RKPCnLtCAN-mi MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAROH 27, 1914. ONE COPYONE CENT. J A' 4J1- . iiVKHiTd 'livKilB -KVi .i lOr r ii. J. A y $ & $ ( r&. 3 r- & Br- J MCM Cs AVho is tli.it mau with lofty stii Who Mt'ins to tell folks by lit stnie, You are not In my class?" ' Is ho soiiio mighty potentate? NOhl no Imt ly some freak of fate Ho not n baseball pnw. Spring Millinery Display Saturday March 2Sth. MISS HI38SIE WELLS. King Victor Emmanuel of Italy and Emperor William of (lei many mot in Venice. i Trustees of tho American University mndo plans in...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 March 1914

1 II .'( 1 A . . .i"V 'j t .. ' f." T. -4C . - . " . n , .. -i j&wFsmjjw.Jjrr?"'? -1' rf ." v..: , . . 7 w v, .,r-' n-'vai rfv i . W iSfw- T-T . T , . K. . fr-s. &. fr f r. r j If vOi, r rt fc . . n r. r-1( Jw V ft i& P, ' Br4" IV i i ... i & n fcr''1" -. -1 II THE PUBLIC LEDGER 11AM.T IXCIl'T tTMDlY, JfOUHTn 01" JBUT, T8AMKMIVINU ' AND CliniTMAl. , A. P. CU.RRAN, -EjlJiord publisher. No. 43. I lioaaUnd Unit ornci v ubmo t-iaiuwi bouiimg KAT4VIM.K. KT. tSUUaVMl'llom-BY MAIL, One Ymr ..... ,- Ik .MoattM.. - . 1 iircv Jionm. .. ........ ..... - Per WonlK- ................ JW layaOUto Collector at nd q'JfoatA, IMI , 1 BO 71k ZX SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. THE RESULTS TO DATE. At a low estimate the tariff is costing our textile lubor $4,000,000 n year and in reduced and passed dividends it is costing mill share owners another $4,000,000 at least, and thu correct figures for labor and shareholders is probably nearer $15,000,000 yearly than $8,000,000. What is the gain ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 March 1914

Eife vtmv igkifevyAtasgB 'yyfayfff&qBBMraj , . ''::i:-:w.:l rjxmt. Amm: ''ffi - --? :.'-""a JEmmS v 'v ' -J- ; - V - ' 5 'f ? . it ; &V ' ft H f-t i y The Mysterious Grabe "By firs. C C. Dttman. CHAPTER III. "At ono time," Bthl Mary, "sho nak ed mo which was tho most important city botween Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. I gave tho namo Portsmouth and ns I tried to make her talk I told her wo oft en laid thore quite a while.' At Grcon upsburg sho enmo to wliero Miuy was ironing in the back cabin nml asked Iter 'how far from there to Portsmouth nud how many town, and their names were yet to be passed before reaching Too Late to Talk About the merits of the different warehouses. Nearly everybody knows where the managers work hard to got full value for the tobacco. Try us with what you havo left and soe. Growers Warehouse Go9 Inc. Free Stalls in the Livery Stables. HAYSVILLE, KY. THE MAYSVILLE Closes For tho Season on FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, IS 14 In View of tho Above Fact, the Farmers ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 27 March 1914

M i !.V l. r !- n f t-fc . & ;-t H m .i la. tj li 9 "4 f- ,.v .! 1 iiryi -TBaniiinirti'iw.wiiinniMMBMPMnit nt TWi-.'...;i-?Mi OiltT j, PDBUCjpiLEDBEll eRSflwi' 'v. Mrs. Charles Dodson is er t liethbmo In Etut Mnyivino. Row Father .7. A. O'Dwyro is a bust- - noss visitor in Cincinnati today. ," j AV T. V. Tvlor nnd wlfo of Gorman- ',', town, aro tho guests of Mr. Marlon Tollo of Forest avenue. Misses Fanny nnd Lucy Ue leau to day for Kuoxville, Tenn., to hit their niece. Mrs. Thomnn L. Moses. ' Miss Lucy Gordon Qiinintnnco has re turned home after n visit with ri'lnthcs In Loxington nnd other Central Kent tucky tdwns. Ir. and Mrs. A. .1. Donovan and their daughter, Miss Ida, of Fernloaf, woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Sliel ton, of Aberdeen, the earlier part of this week. Robert Lansing, newly-appointed Counselor, will act as Secretary of State, in the absence of Mr Brj.m ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE DOVER NEWS. About -1,000 shoe workoM aro on a striko at Portsmouth. Lot 's 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. — 28 March 1914

7?rai 777KI v" m ait v r ""'flTJl' '. . k(i - ; M ." ; v. -. " 1? . ? 1 .T'JV'wpiyW.i'Jfy" i - j& Hi' fjjlw rttJ" A fcr - V- 1A1LY FUBUa iXDCIXB-tStn. The world keeps going 'round ami 'round; Sonic men can sc:ueely sloop or sup, Because of thoir belief profuuml That it's their job to crank it up. Tobacco bcil fertilizer. Two earn Portland cement jujt received at JOS. H. DODSON'S, Wall street. RIOTING AT SHOE STRIKE IN PORTSMOUTH THURSDAY. Sampson A. Varuor, leather man nt tho Selby plnnt knocked down And cut about the face. Albert Roinhardt, shoe cutter, knock cd down. Non-uuion man slugged near Excelsior factory. Carl Schoid was 'beaten up. Another man was attacked, i but ho drew a knife and threatened to carve up anyone who touched him. Jle was let nlone. Otis Mitchell had to tun for his life. The above brielly sums up tho rioting in Portsmouth. Tho cud is not yet. It U indcod sad to seo a prosperous city liko Portsmouth rent and torn up by labor troubles. KMHHiQflllllMlimilim...

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. — 28 March 1914

TW s .FV tw T W p jn TT TJ -T. T P T. fl! n t? TJr .v f .4" Lfi . MEDAL ASKED FOR LARGEST FAMILY IN FRANCE ; JaJHIETgiagrijgHJHJ?, ' -i-'i' i"jr338;: I""! WM T"r lrn 1 9 JgjplQN If feSM 5fflta ppP;v!r iyccgnatggas wt y-'-'sgggg!ianiiMazsv. fm &5m IijiS 'i WassWwi " i....f.....i. -.....,.' t... .ia ... ,. - , ,.... '" p'i.i-'i fix v Just a Little Incident of Real Life in 'Frisco WI. I'-u G$ Bw' B- c ',' &' 1 Sy? . I1.. i.r m-- 1V h ' 'I- 3Vi Capital Calling System Is Revamped bv Women WASHINGTON. Women in official society circles met lioro the other day and discussed tho nationnl capital's complex calling system with a view to evolving a simpler and moro satisfactory method of oxchango of tho formal tary of state? Mrs. White, wife of tho chief JuBtlce- of the Supremo court, wives of cabinet officers and others. Mrs. Flotcher voiced tho sentiment of those prosont by declaring tho nocesslty for a simpler calling system was imperative Everybody, she said, wants to return every c...

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. — 28 March 1914

vv,wv.vTrfWTjirwpc'. vwffwr wr ArT.wTiwrssr'na.t,P"rK'.'w'wjtr wwTiaiF.'M'wKiBmiaHr? IEWIU SanWHBtRSBtJVFI ',;v"1 .. ' ; --," 4. ;.. - i"i"r,w v- 1-7'''. vsm -.'"i; , ,f 't-v-. , ""'w.wa. f, w W .7" 5JEHTMTTTl:'WT ,-' i" . t ,fli,' v IW" Wra". ' v;y.-- ;t f y ?. - '- ' M ' h - " r 'M r ' v KE'&W. . v I V THE PtiBlilC L E D G EkR kf i.V,'wif ' v ""wwr.a !y fl I "-- h .: ttv V , 1 . 19 f j(j:; $ CROWN PRINCE somo day In a position whero he will havo to use his knowledge of tho war game. Thoro are many reasons to bo apprehensive of this, although tho horizon Is now fairly cloar. War clouds roll up quickly In Europe. In tho formal phrase of democracy, Germany's relations with all other powers aro "correct. That means that thero Is no Immedlato xjauso for approhonslon that somo neighboring country will inako a sudden ana unexpected descent on tho fatherland's frontier. But moro cannot bo said, for the- neighboring European nations do not llko Germany. Former Chancellor von Bulow, In ...

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. — 28 March 1914

V , " I 4-4 ( "I,-- im "m" H fV mm- PS flMrflKAt SKgVx - taw lb I t ifltu! I h y m ' v ;, WHE PUBLIC LEDGER , -i - . I-' ) i i , ) I I J. I II HW I ! II I Iutlt mesrr iowuit, fochtu or jolt, THASnamna ANtl CHBIiTA. . A. F. CURRAN, Edhor and Publisher. Looftlund Looe ajjjunee Taltiftmp No. 40. 1 orr""-1 PUBLIC LKDn BCtLDIXO, WAWH.L. XT. & Kntertd at the Mamltle. Ky . l'otofflce i iceond-claw mall matter. '. - jtrnifWHlPl 10XS-BY MAIL. , , T , . - i un Ytr . tx aioninf. MWt U Payablt to Collector at nul of itont. 'v, "', ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. '" ' miinniiai .mmmmmfitfmifi'ir'f ( In England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales women vote at all elections except for members of Parliament. In Denver a woman can sin llor husband's name to a check even when the bank account is in the lat tor's name. , Butcher Villa's typewriting machine is evidently in need of repairs. . v i ., In all equal suffrage Slates women in pifhlic serv ice get equal pay for equal work. . A Chicago judge ...

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. — 28 March 1914

1 W i . n& Ft 4 . v Ssft " Sfr!' IP H8BL 1 J oJEv I v . s -Jrn I u..i s i Mlu'....j.m ii i.....!giTOvM"" - """ ,, i.-j-iij''" .Mil,!!. 1.1 -M.HMIW..I i .iiitjiu.j'ijioi:aBMrTv,rvri',rT7gr iiajatggBaBag?j''?.'i''iAL'.iJj.'i...i . . m.j.j .. , ...i. n ,,. "j ifl . , ii.mii, .1 ... MISS ALICE LLOYD Not Only Answers Senator James But Hands Him Somo Now Woman Suffrage Logic Herself Woman Suffrage Not a Dogmatic Fad, But an Issue That Can Not Do Sidostopped In ovplnlnlng his votingnlnst n IVil oral Amendment onfriinrliistiij; uomon Sonator .lanios did well. Ho jjnvo to tlio athoi'jites of tin. taiiso something doflnito and tmigililo to meet. As reported in tlit newspapers Sena tor Jnino-i' iiiKUiiients weie: l'irst, ngniimt the piopo-dl lYdoial Aiuoiul ment as mi iiitinetimi nt' States Mights; fecoiul, against woman sulVraj;u in Ken tucky ns .i nutter of expediency; and, third, against woman HUllrago per se. Ah to the question ut States ttiglita it seems to many ndvocntes of woman nuf...

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. — 28 March 1914

Wli J - .fc ?. ! t't Ik , !- 9 - Sr ! B' l?i fr i QPDINfi "ILL SOON orKinii BE HERE Make your selection while we have a complete run of sizes. All the latest models and colors GREENS, BROWNS, BLUES, GREYS, Come in and have your Suit laid aside until you are ready for it. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Mr. Goorgo II. in Cincinnati. I'rnnk spent Thursday Mr. It. l'icrce of Greenup is spending a low days in the city on business. Miss Suo Massio of the county vns visiting friends in tho city yesterday. Mrs. S. D. Itigdou of Oermantown was a business visitor in this city yes terday. Kcv. X. II. Young of Mt. Olivet was tho guest of Rev. James M. Literal yes terday. i. Mr. William Weis was a liusinuas visitor to Huntington, W. Va., Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Itaiua have returned homo after a week's visit in Cincinnati. Miss Gladys MeVaney of Vaneeburg is the pleasant guost of Mr. and Mrs. Maco Humphreys of West Second St. Mr. Isaac Chanslor, th...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 March 1914

' W- PUBLIC US LEDGER . JSWKll ! yj "" Specialty. Phone Us Your Order, I j ' 'aj xbpmuoah-, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. H TIMBER RR09 Lc3?i?go RctJ?W I "B jpy lil,.-r-MW i HMMHMMMb Pnthe's Wcokly No. 10, Gom today. i i . '. --a! ' Ax s Bk& "kM? 7777 -H-H liflninfiT MffflTPK fresh fish daily. investment JW-Z W$X&mm vt dnWlti lu!9H vJIKav;IL' 'UHVIO i;(,rl um i,as accepted a position Gocrt First Mortgage Land KWta V; ' ,, S 3I02SPA Wfr lfi?M IHinHTniHH i with tho W. and S. Life Insurance Co., Fresh fish recolvcd every day during Yielding 0 and 7 Pr Pea ' i- ),' '2 , k.w - ik-& t. j-rv-Tir "fc- i mi tm aMtv mernuM -iiiiu iistiiiBtBH iicni. xiumik u iriifiiin I PROPORTION. ("JNwl BIHrPwPH 'T In eolleee life it would appear l??ft(l Lfw5ii HMsfiBWfiiaWfll BHMjBBTBvVlTri'ITiulI'i'1 l ?. m PROPORTION. In college life it would appear Eleven kick and thousand? cheer; But life itself is found more drear; While thousands kick, eleven eheur. MARRIA...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 March 1914

w .: T."C tl '' i - '4 W . Rtf THE PUBLIC LEDGER lUtLT 1XCJM 1UNDAT, rOURTU Of JULT, TBAMKiatTIMO AND tlHUHTMAt. A. P. CURRAN, - Editor and Publisher. No. 40. Local ftnd Long Hutered nt tlie Maysvllle, Ky., rostufficr a ccuml-eUn mall matter. orrtos rtiBLia lkdobi buildino, MATBTtLLB. KT. aVBSOHlMlOSS-BY MAIL, One Yenr.. .... tilli. .... I. ,.$s ou ,, 1 so 70 3- fX KlxtMou Ttirrn JiiintM. UtCUVXKKU BY V Alt til KB, Per Jlontl................. ....SS Cent l'gygbltto Collector at tnit of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. '! '!' v. . r h ' ' . w& i".. . -V The snow lias won a real renown, Which through the years should last. Jl's the only thing that has come down Since the tariff hill was passed. " In an effort to solve the .servant problem prom inent Boston women are arranging a series of week ly dances for their servants. Ml"', ? Ejr - t '."p.- EVILS OP THE CIGARETTE. A farmer wjis driving to Nieholasville a few days ago with a wagon load of hemp. The hemp was very dry. A...

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. — 30 March 1914

lf; vtJ Jjffc . V. rn,j- ftWtfc? tf" t W-fW I ?; I. &' B ; l H 1 m 1 I I ' I' I Baking ROYAL aves Powder Health and 3 aves Money and Makes Better F Kill PROHIBITION NEWSPAPER Parley A. Baker to Conduct Publication In Washington. Washington, March -I). A nation wide campaign in behalf of prohibition Is about to bo inaugurated by the open ing of Washington headquarters and tho establishment of a national daily prohibition organ, with General .Super intendent Purl- A. Hakor of Ohio in charge. Word has been received heie that tho fighting newspaper is to bo es tablished hero net December, that an immediate circulation of 100,000 copies in assured and that $200,000 will be subseribed for tho purpose. Half a doon periodicals of the Anti-Salonn league, which heretofore havo been printed in Wcstorville, Ohio, nre to be removed to Washington. When n woman has crodlt she will buy a whole lot of junk that she wouldn't think of purchasing with ready cash. Kvery now and then you run across n...

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 1914

.v . -' V. wr TH'E. P'UBLIC 'LEDG'ER i. Fm Ss '" i &; ;x k (, 'r i r. '..' r. I.1 5 ' 5MJ hfOS& SVfe J- V BfcMR$AAL TCARY RAYTDflD dflPTAN ANDREWS AUTnOf? f TUCPfRFFCT TRIDUTC, THC 0tTTtl? TREASURE", ETC 'ELU5TRATI05 K ELLSVORTfl DVNG $OPrii6trr i$2 by ooooa atmmi cohmmy "JQ 13 12 V t 8YNOP8I8. Francois Ueaupre, a peasant babo of threo yon re. after an amuslns lncldont In which Murslm! Ncy figures, Is made a Chevalier of France by the Emperor Na poleon, who prophesied that tho boy mlcht ono day bo a marshal of Franco undor another Bonaparto. At tho ago of ten Francois visits General Baron Gas pard Qoursaud, who with AUxc, his evon-year-old daughter, lives at tho Chateau. A soldier of tho Empire under Napoleon ho flres tho boy's Imafdnatlon with stories of his campaigns. The boy becomes a copyist for tho Rcncral ana learns of the friendship between tho Ron oral and Marquis Zappl. who campaigned with Hia irnnaral utirlAr Knnnlpnn. Mar quls Zappl and his son. Pletro, arrive at ...

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. — 30 March 1914

r.r v; ,' ; H e fTS-ITF eT , ,,r tT' ariTriTii?' t iTi vr . JB iv ir i I'll H.A. -. 11 Sen f ' If i Vf. i . ra;i'1" MAKES HARD WORK HARDER A. bad back mnkcs a dap's work twice as bard. Baclcacho Usually comes from weak kidneys, and if headaches, dull ness or urinary disorders tiro added, don't wait gpt help beforo the kidney disease takes a grip beforo dropsy, grav el or Bright'a disease sets in. Dorm's Kidney Pills h.ivo brought new llfo and now strength to thousands of working men and women. Used and recom mended the world over. AN ILLINOIS CASC "Ewyl'lrtuM TtUt u alary" Q. I. rnrmnJ, 112 Sixth Ave., Mo unt, IM , nays "My business required much liorsebnok rid lnir anil the constant Jar weakmed my kidney. I hnd tcr rlblo bnaknehes and was often Inld up for months. I couldn't turn In bed without help. I lost flesh, Three doctors treated me, but I sot worse, Finally, I took Dosn's Kid ney Pllla and five boxes ciiroA me I havo slnco enjoyed good health." Get Doan's at Any Store. EOc a...

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. — 30 March 1914

t ' C 11 w. .v. Tt kt-r LS m 'Sh CDDIWC WILL SOON Mako your selection wHilfe Lwc have a complete run of fTslzes. All the latest models rand colors GREENS, BROWNS, BLUES, GREYS, Come in and have your Suit laid aside until you are ;.t ready for it. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MuysvHIe's Foremost Clolhlers. V srs PUBLICfigjLEDGER pittr Mr. Cnitrles Luttrell of Chicago Is HjieiKling a fow days here. , Miss Ells-alioth Stono of East Second stroot is visiting friends in howisliurg. hurg. Mrs. Nettie Hi oner anil grandson, Mi IJruce Waters of St. Paul, Ky., is is iting his sister Mrs. Dan Brown. Mrs. Clarence Clalbreath of Herman 'town is the guest of her sistei, Mrs. John Wnllingford on East Second street. Mrs. P. .1. ' Murphy nrrtxeil home Thursday after pmHug two weeks with relatives in Lexington and Win dli ester. ih Midu Ahum liii A t mlirnu utor. mm fit p' Oermantown's charming oung ladie is -the guest of Mrs, John Wallmgtnnl on East Second .tieet. Mr. W. h. Carter ai lived home yester d...

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 1914

pppjplliflpw m Wf t x.i j. . r CMBfiSaSffiES JJggMBnntuBvaaBM iOBCiCJmr,T.-ri. itrg: "W m 'ft " i I . V & JKIZLT JtBPVMLrOAN-tSSt VAIL XTVXLIO LKD9a-H9 i If you nie poor, don't blaini' tliu trusts, This nrgunicnt always disgusts. dust give your bos more tlinu you're giving Ami you won't mind the cost of living. Mrs. John W. Osborne has sold her homo in Dover anil has taken up her residence with her giuuddaughtor, Mrs. Dan H. Lloyd, near Fernleaf. Miss Minnie Richcson and Miss Mary K. Richcson have made no change in their lrsidcnce, they mo still domiciled at the Public Libmry, where they aru still at homo to all their friends. DEATH OF OLLIE E. KEITH. Mr. Ollio H. Keith, aged 3.", died Sun day evening at 7 o'eloek at the homo of his brother, Arthur Keith, near Mt. Cnrmol, of pneumonia. He is survived by his mother, one sister and two hrothets. Rurial this afternoon nt 1 o'eloek at Mayslick. miiuiuiuiiHiiminmuiiiiimu a a I Do Not Our Big! I Opening! I ON MONDAY, ! I APRIL 6th. i ...

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 1914

K v wp , ;v3 H 'W '. H K& L?V Wt'' .' mk Wtv K IK. P ; y. ,' tw.iiaww- ;jsat5fSUttilW'jW.l't THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1UII.T KXUI1T 10MIUT, rOUIITK or JOLT, TIUKOITtKO AND ClinlBTMAg. A. P. CURRAN, - Edr and Publjsher. Ual and bonit Olittjon TalBpbOjj No. 40. orrioK rUBHO lrdqir ruilmmQi MfcTtVILLI. KT. Kntetcd nt the MavvlUeKyoMofficc n iCfondcUm mall matter. aVBSQttirilONS-BY MAIL, Ont Kf-nr., Mlx.Houtn. 3 (Ml i ou 7 Tbrit nuntm ,; aVJnt" l'er MoutU........... - - -- a5 iyaltltto Collector at end of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . After u comprehensive estimate of the assets of the United States Express Company, so far as an ., estimate can lie made, it is lonncl tliat uio stoeic has a theoretical liquidation value of !)." per share. A CRY FROM TEXAS. Dr. Anna Shaw will not permit even a broken le,' to deprive her of the pleasure of coming to Texas to spenk for suffrage. Wo don't care how much Dr. Anna talks for suffrage, but we hope she will put in ten minutes of each sp...

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