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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 April 1914

""wwif; j i ft i S vk . ''.l PMMMMHIMMHHHIMMMHHMl W jBMBBBiBfnHBg&ivw l AiUsSPSSWKJCSKSfc MT-jIT'DJ irr 'W." I ' !" .V-T STRAWBERRIES! m And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our Specialty. Phone Us Your Order, DINGER BROS., feS's" PUBLIC LEDGER gr-. ,'s r H K Pi By '; f i& fa sr IS)" 4u s tJJlKLy AXPCBlAOAti-Wti "eJli TVbLW LKDaEB-tSM "That rich old fool," said White, "will not Lot mi' his daughter vvodl" ."He may be rich, he may bo old, Hut Iio'h no fool," Black said. DEATH CALLS WIFE OF REV. H. D. COOPfcK. Mrs. Lydlii Cooper, 24, wife of Rev. II. D. Cooper, pastor of tho Methodist Episcopal Chureh of Tollesboro, died at Christ's Hospital, Cincinnati, Saturday afternoon as the result of an operation for appendicitis pei formed n week ago. Besides her huslinnd Mrs, Cooper is sur vlved by a six-year old sou, Tho remains were taken to Tolles boro yestordny whero the funeral will bo conducted Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. George W. ltunton, pastor of the Union M. 12. Church ot ...

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 1914

t ; -Uf y d ( t f ; it"s- Sst -'. f K t Bw K M ft:, i: if- IB v 5 Vv 1 fel " p BJ M? rajtt I; .'.,. I. L ll" r p ' ir i' p? & THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAIM MOIPf BUNDATi rOUHTIl OT iCLT, TlUXKJTIN n CHBKTMAB. A. P. CURRAN. Editor jPubljshcr. LooUnd lionir tin QQ '.HUunx Telephone l,u uu' oric ronuo tgnocn BCiunmo, MATHVILL. KT. t no .. 1 30 .. 70 Knitted nt the Mnysvlllt, K.jtonicejijjtcconil clfl mail mntter. SVHSUU1P110 VS-DYUA1L. One Ynr - ......... NlXtSluntui. - xiire Jiuiuj!: ::rv;:-.; tTVTtfV; '" Haul yanai' - w..i Pep Monti. " ivabltto ColUctorat iwt ot Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Another Baltimore plunk that will he found shockingly "un-Demoorntie" nncl untenable is the ono favoring a single term for President. A federation of churches has been effected in Cincinnati, composed of llfty-two organizations in- eluding practically all the Protestant churches, the T. M. C. A., the Salvation Army, and other relig ious bodies. " In Chicago, on a recent Sunday afternoon ...

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 1914

TW f lift It: t&aasxsxxsstzzsm MrmM ttowr"-"!" . ua JMy!t""?':f?,wffliTWr .1 - , . i ' -tfvtl : -Kmr"" 3 .-.- j. ffyffiWyMMM E TTn in ifin ftlnn i Irltl la firnnfv.ttvn JfiW T rf cj-Jf ' sfco looks for n husband with n dlmplo in taZZbY 'his chin. rhusbnml. After that sho looks for a Thoy nay you'll find tho smartest coats nnd suits in town at Hunt's. Hao you isein tliomf ", THE DAYS ABB GROWING WAKMER. j- fcr It; (Now York Tribune.) Thoy found tlio lrlnct'-i niul tlxj. Count at dinner, She wnT wearing only ?H a few of Iter jcwU, as slii.wns not ex- y, peeling company. fr '. TO DISCONTINUE TRAINS. ' ' b.i &1W Now York. As n stop in its rotreifcb; mont liolicy tho Lehigh Vnlfey will MJjjf' shoHly "iako application to tho Public . - Sorylco Commissions of Ponnsylvunin il ' . XT ---.. . I.-!... 1- il. ' -ana cw iotK ior t'ruiissiuu iu iuku '1 ... 'ait ''several trains, which iu tlio course -& J,y of recent years woro put in service at tJA v. . - .-. . ...... ... , f mo orucr...

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 1914

vsmjWP Z" Ipv ,? iXtk hK U iv m r fc- r ur :. V ?IARY RAYHOflD cSfflPJIAN ANDREWS1 author f m pmrtQT m&un thc pnrrr? treasure-, rrc. aLV5TRATM$ J2LSWORTl VOVNG cofwovr .$.? jasj fiimu eoriRviv "$ IB & 3 10 SYNOPSIS. Francois Bcaupre. n peasant babe of throo yearn, after an amuslnjf lncldont In which Marshal Noy figures, Is mado a Chevalier of Franco by the Emperor Na poleon, who prophesied that the boy might one day bo a marshal of rronco under another nonaparte. At the ape of ten Francois visits General Baron Qas pdrd aourgaud, who with Allxe. Ills nnvon-ycur-old daughter. Uvea at the Chateau. A soldier of tho Empire under Napoleon ho fires tho boy's lmaslnatlon With stories of his campaigns. The boy becomes a copyist for tho general and loams of the friendship between tho gen eral and Marquis Zappl, who campaigned with tho general under Napoleon. Mar quis Zappl and his son. Pletro. nrrlvo at tho Chateau. Tho general agrees to care for tho Marquis' Bon while tho former goos...

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. — 6 April 1914

2W -j j sPTBrww'i.ws Eli A ir.U " : . n,- , . ' t 4, T E ?t tt w T TT -t,,w nrsr?Tt, - ' 2F : V "hflf : t-h m j l w L- f A"WnEN the fool m&M Ui atomttfc H bafcjete4 to ft MHrV ' fi T churning movarotnt by tba muscular walj of the tomtch (& 'm'J Dr. Pierce" Medical AdvUer, po5). la. the IW.r. kidney and I J "if elat tba blood U purified of Its nuta materials the a orgmas act I aa human Altera. learlnc dlgsaUva tract and Udnajra aro clog-geu. ' Dr. Pierce's Golden Churn Medical Discover; la a stomach, liver and kidney tonic by assisting1 tho stomach to assimilate, the liver to filter, the kidnoys to act tho poisons aro removed, tho red blood corpuscles aro increased and ono feels light, fresh and nctlvo instead of logy, dull and heavy. Tho "Discovery" stimu lates tho stomach, increases action of heart and arter ies and is a most satisfactory altcrativo in blood-taint of any character. Tho refreshing influenco of this extract of rmtivo medicinal plants has been favorably known ...

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. — 6 April 1914

'jKsBBBHIRHHHaBJHIHSpHflHK Ef .V r- kv X 'dfi ,. Vft ; . fr v i &?' &-, . t . v toi mmmmmnmw mm liMmmmywmwmxwmmmm( M . "Br?i, " -Twrm.x. , v m ";'..,, v",. ." ,t ,.f,' v ,&". ' ? .,".1.j ..-.irw'wv vjtj' ' .-v, i- " ' 1 ' ' t v . r ' . .. . 1 i I Illfal HIP" . ' . . i MiiMiiiMwiiwjmirni 1 i i j - .. 'srittssffT1-'31 "-ggg ! James Dawson, tho woll known eon ' tmctor, is oblo to bo out anin nfter Jn attack of jjrlp. Kov. mid Mrs. J. M. Utotal ami , daughter, Edith, returned homo yoster iay afternoon nfter ii scvoral days' vl.lt with relatives in nrcenni) and fronton. Mr. John E. Williams, a tobacco brok or from Cincinnati, is at tho Whitehall. John Is flu old aprmnntown boy tnakiiig jjood in thA tobacco world. Dr. Arthur 0. Adlor of tho Williams Pharmacy has returned homo nfter a fow days' visit to his Lexington friends. .Jlo was a guest at tho Phoenix Hotel ' for luncheon of Cnpt. A. C. Kespois, I ' I fe v lormeriy oi tins city. Ilorman Leo Donovan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar...

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 1914

ft: I WP'a, t "fist H BBHtBBM . will. uiiJJr'MTl"" i "DTiTt ' --"- .... ... -. - ........ i i i m nti.i i . i. - . ... . - .. f ....... . .. . . . L.. . ....,, . .,-- ..- . .. ..,. .. ' mmmtmmmm mmmmmmimmmmmmm&mmammmm mmWmk ' fMMwmi K,''.:. PUBLIC 0 LEDGER ' 188"" 1 - ly Ipf- gtfftvJfiSutHSn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 6' ft h w .. t r f "7 c In Our Apartment Houses. Tlie night shnll be filled with musk, And the circs that infest the day Shnll seem very small when the singers bawl And the pianolas play. Latest styles in wall paper nt CRANE a SHAFER'R. SERIOUSLY BURNED Mrs. Bottle Darnall, Mother of Mrs. James Pollltt, Has Close Call For Life. Mrs. Bottle Darnall was serlousiy burned one day last week nt her home near Mt. Carmel, her dress becoming ignited from the kitchen stove and her body from the waist down was badly burned before the fiery clothing could bo gotten off her. Mrs. Darnall is the mother of Mrs, .lames Pollitt of I Second stree...

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 1914

p f'i, Jbil v.. &w:ii ' ( i-iran,. ' tra un-vr "cr'? .rr n iih w mi i . mhi i mpiiib ! i imin m i i hi mm in n i 11 -hi i (jrv iKra" .;i'i.bi af-aflBKc- jttt rr. ?. vc-vwrsJiyft-HT. s.T" .:ws-.-- ym " wvr.ax'( , j'j,.nJk,,uiTMi ' ,1 Ytn-w' vm w i;m;;2i - "?-s tWKWW?;ri?T?')?sr rz3F'y&wam7sm ? -ttv - -fe'Tj . :- . ni -' 'w..?- - - ., . - , '. r: -' s?kv " ; yyesw "s HJ to W M UttS B& fiy it ;v m MWWawcCTB!t, i.r...ilL,i.:;a3 iMate H iiifmowai"'! in . the public Ledger IUII.T HVMT iONDiT, MURTH 01- JUI.T, TIIAMKBIV1S0 AMU caMITMA. !ML A. P. CURRANi--ji-j:JWhorndbllsher NO. 40. tf,", ..oisUoo TDlepnopa v , Loolnd Lone ornoi ruBUO lkudih rvimumo, MATIVILMI. KT. m,rf.l at the Mavylllf. Ky.. t'oitomcc n cconJ-cli mail mailer. One r 'J J A.& nwiu .. - - . i hr. -ayKnfjriirraiTMJr Per Wuil. niyoouto coWfctor ot nd or .Homo. ....no Ceuu ' t J. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The suffragettes who become .so enthusiastic -about Molly Pitcher should remember that there ' was ...

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 1914

iHRffiBicfflHi?'-' ixffifiBKawwiWmMiiWBKiWMEkW r ;f-.' W .' tu $ ' f'V KiW KvV A ;&. .&.$- Vif t ; ' 7 .'rt In KVTI.'YiIt. - J a. -l .. .'I 1,1 f " ''- i i i iii n i I. ,i ... , . iawr, mm '' ., yA bill providing for xvomoir judges in tlio Chlldrou'fl Court litis boon in troduced In tho New York Legislature. Wives of great men nil remind us Wo enn make our wives sublime, If Wo but innko up our minds to Lot tlioin havo a voto somo time. When n in nn lias nothing to do ho or ganizes a prospecting party nnd leads It In tho direction of trouble. . TWO SETS OP PARENTS. Walter Lake of Huntington, visited his parents, J. Lake nnd wifo nnd Hud son Cooper nnd wife, of Heo Hollow, Monday. Hurricilne Urooze. A MEDICINE OF MERIT. A proprietary medicine, liko every thing else t lint comes before the public, has to prove its merits. The law of tho survival of the fittest applies in this field as in others. The reason for tho tremendous success of Lydia E. Pink linm's Vegetable Compound is...

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 1914

SAwfc' w ';. ' A yr f;' A W 'WWTr 5"t ?i uq; , . f( IIHIM'Uil"'"LJ H ! EF jt JffBBW2fe& i?y t r. 11m .i. I' !& ? k B fcffi. M , .W 'iV 1 t. .... K ' .1 ELV !V F B" Kf BY "siiy ty. "' t E H f rff :.. r;-?, s if '-w' svx Wn'rf v-'if. w . , 'HAT THE PEOPLE OF THIS community think of a storo, what tlioy say about It to thoii friends, la its biggest, asset or olso its biggest liability. And tho heaping measure of good will this Livo Storo lias won is a natural roBult of tho heaping moasuro of good value wo givo our customors. You'd be a boostor, "too, if you were wearing somo of our now SPRING CLOTHES $15 to $25 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER ABIGAIL. Mr. Lcmuol ICablor viMtoil telutiw's at Mt. Olivet this week. Mrs. Edil Barnott and children visited Mr. BenniL' Oslioni and wife WcnIiios day. Mrs. Jacob Williams mid son isited Mrs. Annie Hurry Fridnj. Mrs. Thus, l'linipcllv isiteil lu'r mother, Mrs. Xnn Hall Wednesday. The farmers are nearly...

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 1914

STRAWBERRIES! And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our PUBLIC LEDGER Specialty. Phone Us Your Order. v .iyT4WV9 lkIB iHfcWflf, III?' ' ( iHiHrWfr t, T KPtjbt,J0.1AIH0'r ilh VCBLaO JJiDKH-U9 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. W She whispered "Yes" without denim Oli, dismal word it will t(i mel I'll ask her if she would piefor Thu ouhestrn to balconv. Latest styles in wall iMpem at CUAXK a SlIArEIt'S. DEATH OF WILLIAM D. FIELDER. William D. Fielder, sou of Mr. Mini Mrs. Davis Fielder of Pern leaf died at the home of his brother, L. h. Fielder, of Cincinnati, after an illness of three months of cancer. JJo was bom in Pendleton County, June 23, 1SS4, died Apiil 1, 1014. lie was a resident of Mason County the greater portion of his life, having mov ed to I)nor with his patents in ISSs The remains were hrougnt to Dover, April I), where the funeral was conduct ed at the Christian Church by Hex. W. .1. Whitehead. Interment at Uose mount Cemoten LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YO...

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 1914

II it'lj .m 'vB; r --v -r.i ; Mf HHMraronK;V,i " ytei$lilfJM ,4fcBSWr3r?? JPZ''-'iUft .iV; V , H'WrJPViWr.TW':"''" , ' ' ' ' A''.a ,-, !- n.-l5?MWHBJg9W tf -H' ",4fi - . ' r ' Tswf '' .. v va : .... i i- -).. T" . n ". . . . - " f j-.i k .. j - ill ii ! i 1 1 i .;. v t - i r ' a.r- Jt t !"' !' , fc C - VI If tV. mv law J-TV j -.- JA.W- " .. VS.J' .1 W I f "1 ' " Ik. V 1XBIUHJTBI J " . j ' t V ' A " ." .J .- " '- .j r - j. ir j, , icv - .' i...-1- . w ' - x ' i ..-, ,. , , - i ,vmEMri" v T" ' "-(-'.. " -V . .r.i i ,. . -' f " I '... . r J . .... . v V WX . ) " J-r &. u w h-i StN 1 tft ' Hi v.i .V m w fr m. Mit- 'tH'd. K, I '? '' i iimwi w nanwsW' i' ' wwMng5W. ' t- aaaqewytt"" ; j o waigeaag! J . i twWi''f ! r-jfj.i'Jtj' f" n TryTtafajtjaWriaif iwwgwtjJiiwftmpw)qi THE PUBLIC LEDGER juiLT sxcrr cidt, fourth or jolt, iukmmtmq AND 0BBIHTMA1. A. F. CURRAN.---. NO. 40. LooUn(11jonr UIsUecw Telophon - EjHtorjmdJubJtoher. ojtiob nmna lkdhkk buildiks, Kntfrt.l at the Mitygvlllc. KyBtoje ...

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 1914

II b i ' " nil 'rTTtlirnTTiii yfliwr V,f VkmimmWl&mfflMSLwE3i &W m ts? I i . iC" ' fe; & '.A 'IW!a It tWAWHWWWWmrntinimmffiffljicti ititiywiHXBHA;wiw-vr.nrwasBawffii'q,s -f ' fl. I V Jl VOTES FOR WOMEN. Tho woman's oniwo Is imm'nj I hoy rise I or Bluk fTogothor, dwarf M or godlike, bond or free. Tonnyson. A (own man brags about how much It, cost, a fnrmor about how cheap he got it. Tho third International Congress on tho Wolfaro of tho Child will begin a llvo-ilaj' session at Washington April 22. Delegates from many foreign hinds will participate In the pioginmiiie, EXTRA I ALL ABOUT THE TUItRI BLE BATTLE! There was a rattling dog fight in town Tuesday morning between Chamb ors Perry's aud Charlio Dixon's canines. Dixon's dog, after a long-drawn-out struggle, getting the worst of it. Mount Olivet (Ky.) Tribune. $10,000 DAMAGES TOR LOSS OF AN EYE. A verdict of $40,000, recovered by an employe of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company for tho loss of his o...

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 1914

tmto 111 jtaaugkftftaugidb Ij w m ( f 'V ) fWtf V','' 'flft v '-' ifi mini infill w. ifi.n fc .rfMlwfr . ,y.rw iMNHM mtummfm! A' w ,- rfT. '. w iKx r m Sft m it7 ,: j t-S ?v r iT- L m' ?A M i !f ? ; '4 w 'IIAT THE PEOPLE OP THIS JIave you soon our oat community think of a atoro, . and our cutout borders l,1flft iliAt . .!.....& IA. iA 41tlit y nii ijivjr By HUUUb It U bUVU Irionds, is Its biggest asset or else It? biggest liability. And tlio hoaping measure of good will this Live Store has won is a natural result of tlio heaping moasuro of good valuo Wo glvo our customers. You'd bo a booster, too, if you were wearing some of our new SPRING CLOTHES $15 to $25 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvllle's Foremost Clntliicrs. PUBLIC. nilLr PaX-AX) LEDGER CSffi vl SiiSi fMllfl I -s-v meal papers OKANK tc HHAFKH. SEKIOR GLASS M. H. S. CONDUCTS CHAPEL EXERCISES. .Mr. Edward I.. 1'iiblMi, who rosidos near lligginsjiort, Oliio, is visiting rid ntives here. ft Mr. and -Mis. H. 0. Dol.oiig, ol' Hu...

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 1914

(STRAWBERRIES! 4 n And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our Specialty. Phone Us Your Order, " ; mm p s i' iJCXKLY RtSPbHUCAIi-Vlto tAIhY rVBLW UiDOKJtUtt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. w There was n reformer, nml what do you think He tried to stop people from taking a driuk. Now, a driuk now and then is n very good diet, And yot this reformer would never keep quiet. Latest styles in nail papers at CRANK it SHAPKR'S. MARION, OHIO Takes Hamilton's Place In The Ohio State League Marion, Ohio, a city of 21,000 popula tion has purchased the Hamilton fran chiso nnd takes her place us u full fledged member of the Ohio State League of hasp ball clubs. Marion is a little far away but its a groat ball town and is certain to add permanent strength to the league. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show the Bteady outnut of coal during the last p yeaTS baa made the dealers push for wider markets, Wo are going to get more t:nue your trade by givine you...

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 1914

i i 3fe iK is . Li ., :.,i'.i v h: m- wr "V u- i-j IK .. h.. kr x lr I, irffwssffi l Vi W" THE PUBLIG LEDGER DAILY IXC KIT HUNIUT, MOUTH Of JULT, TBAMMUlTrSa vn niimTAA. , fy A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Mn in I oMicB rUBLio iKnoisii nun.mNO, llU. 4U. MATBTH.IB, KT. Loo! unci lionir OItMna Tf Inphqno . K ,r Itplcred at theMnymtlle. Kv.I'ottoflice ceond-cU mnll mntter. . aUMHJltlMIONi-uY itAli.. Uu Ynir,.,,, - ....... ,-...... "', I1'' IVr Muiitli . ....... , " u, .myuOK J Votltclor ut 4iutnl jUotilh M.,.i '(" . ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . If1 This is said to be "wild duck winter." Later comes Uncle Hiram Duley's "blackberry winter." 8&V , .is. ''-,i Ms" ? r It now appears that President Woodrow 'Wilson has practically put himself out of the Presidential race in 191G. lie is inconsistent and he talks too much and too harsh. - The farmers let out an awful howl about the licc iprocity with Canada two years ago, which they had a just right to do, hut this Free Trade ...

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 1914

Tf 'rjrXf-t- t .-vw S-&", w L Ti x "W. i' t !'. A'Ai ( i IV . ' J5.1 '. WWTrfl. se 3 ' s &. . i : Li I Mr id. The Royal 1 good flour, butter and eggs. More important still is the saving in health. Royal Baking Powder adds anti-dyspeptic qualities to the food. Homo years :i,'0 a iiinn it-imed Hmor son wrote '!' cHiiy on "Compensation". In common crn:icular, lie implied tbut evurylmily jets what U coming to him That the mini who links food goes hungry, bei-iiiiM' ot omo ilefieiem'y in his make tip 01 ell int. Our Colored ifteti Sir. Lang.stoii Unwll ot Minims, and Miss Alice l.vsle of Mnsille wi'ie married l.i"4 night at the iimium ol Kov. O. A Nelson by him GEM FOR YOVR. PROPERTY'S SAKE- Mastic Paint SPECIFY IT IN YOUR CONTRACT fTTTHE BEST PAINTERS everywhere use it because it is a "LI I guaranteed paint and gives universal satisfaction. Covers more surface, spreads easily, holds its color, wears and lasts longer than any other paint you can use. It's "The Kind That Lasts" Le...

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 1914

II h -v -, 1 J K n C.I. J -.' fc". m &';.:-. te ft r. ftT m. . . ,f ' Is,. '.4'1 fei' ? !", '' . . Kj .' f7tr V - i . '-W k. ." ! i :x- '. ;, E" r . ft f ft Mr . it"" 1 w rilAT TUB PEOPLE OF THIB community think of a utoro, what they say about it to their friends, is its biggest nBsot or olso its biggest liability. And tho heaping moasttro of good will this Livo Storo has won is a natural result of tho hoaping moasuro of good valuo wo give our customers. You'd bo a booster, too, if you wero wearing somo of our now SPRING CLOTHES $15 to $25 Geo. II. Frank S Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clolhiers. PUBL jEDGEK .Mrs. T. II. Hrmh, of West I'ninii, O., U isitinj.' Mis. llelh Nrad, of Sutton stieet. .Mrs. C'IiiiiU's Shtilor of Hamilton, O., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kmiiui 12. human of Sut t mi st rout. .Miss Plora .Miimiii of Milli'Mliuig is tlie finest of her voiisin, .frs. Cleveland lllljllll's of 1'oK'st llVl'lllU'. Miss Anna Hleaxdiile of Amoia, I ml. i I lie .'Host ut lioi t'uusiu...

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 1914

8DHI1HHMHH m hBhs& . 'JHitip MMMHtkT JSr; t V FB ., MP. $! r JtOFjS W""' PUBLIC wviWiQ iiRbJLn -"IKfeVs'j LEDGER MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. This Way Out! Oh, Alnbama voter, you Performed n nifty job. son; When you tied a wash boiler to It. Prohibition Hob-ton.- Luke. All new designs in Wall Taper and Rugs at HENDKICKSON'S. Major Thomas J. Chenoweth is cele brating his 80th birthday today at his home in Sutton street. Don't forget the L'nster sale of good thinga nt Rjder's Paint Store S.iturduy at 10:30. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show the steady output of coal during the last low yr-nTS bnfl made the dealers t ti b h tor wider markets, Wo are going to get more trade your trade by givinc you a eroater value for your monpy. You will never get out Ol debt unless you buy wisely. MAYSVILLE COAL CO. MIOWV MS. CABINET MANTELS The Ladies are now thinking of house c...

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 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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