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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 10 April 1914

" v t . i-dJr H ', ' r ,W' . It t P A rt- i !- m .i "S JK UNDER MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP WATER PLANT LOSES HEAVILY Federal Ownership Also Given a Jarring Blow When Stock In Greatest of Country's Utilities Sold at Low Figure , Munlcpnl nml redernl ownership got sovore jolts iu articles in a recent is 6Uo of Public Sorvico. "Municipal Ownership ruiluro nt Unrborton, ().," 1h the title of one article, which says, iu pnrt: "The liiirbcrton (O.) w.itor plant is losing city money at the rate, of more than $1,000 a year, act 01 ilinjf to a re port inaio by State I'uimiui'r II. V. McGwire. Ho'hiiles, uiMani-es of ii regu larities are stnteil in the repent as hav ing existed in the department, ouo of them is that Water Works Clerk H. M. TtnlNon, although requited to givo bond of $2,000, did not do so. The report stated that the rent no counts weie in ery b.ul condition, some of them running for two or three yoais. Seventeen hundred ledger necouuts wore, kept in a loose leaf ledger. There are no r...

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 1914

$'!"' 1 1 7 C'f h; . M !$; -- tft Act- WK aVt ' T kr , tii-i :. , S& -' F' ' f '- R . h, A,' r'k 'i IT f Lt t f i 1 l. . ., Jw f 7, rj- Z4-. i '. P.' 'HAT THE PEOPLE OF THIS community think of a store, what they say about It to tholr frionds, Is Its biggest asset or else Its biggest liability. And tho heaping measure of good will this Livo Storo has won Is a natural result of tho heaping moasuro of good value wo glvo our customers. You'd b a booster, too, If you wore wearing omo of our now SPRING CLOTHES $15 to $25 Geo. t). Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICggiLEDGEli Jlr. Ernie White hm returned home after a winter's sojourn in Florida. , Mrs. Shelby Blnttormau and Mrs. Walter Wortliington are shopping in tlie Queen City today. Misses Lena and Ollio Collins of Mnysliek, nie guests of Mr. and Mrs Sherman Arn of East Meroud street. Mrs. M. II. Davis, nf Mayslii'k, is the guest of lie i psiienK Mi. and Mn, Win. Hukill, in Paris. Rev. Father I'. M. .Jones, :i.tu...

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. — 11 April 1914

(WWS .1 fcNfc '"V ! ri r B5. v - rf ;? te? '. -.- - PUBLIC LEDGER MIL Y FVSLIO LKDOKB-ttn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914. ONE COPYONE CENT. Wuiri "I cannot understand my Grace," Said Hubby to hor Maw; "She lins n tiny cliin and face, And such a lot of jaw." Luko. AH new designs In Wall Papor and Rugs at HENDRIOKSON'S. Easter candy salo, the good lmmc .made kinds, at Rydor's Paint Storo. Antliony B. Trcntman, wealthy Fort Wnyue, Ind., and Chicago business inun, was indicted for first degree murder, "charged with hilling a negro waiter at 'Fort Wayne. MAYO'S LIFE HANGING BY A THREAD. Cincinnati, Ohio, April 10. A pint of Mood, si brother's sacriilco, was tlm toll exacted today in thy tight John C. C. Mnyo, Democratic National Committee man from Kentucky, mid multi-million uiro coal and lumber king of I'ikovillo Ky., is making for his lifo against the ravages of Bright 's diseaso at the Jow isli Hospital in Cincinnati. 'Jtiofta LET UNCLE SAM ' GIVE YOU THE FACTS Governme...

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. — 11 April 1914

VBJK" fl.Tr i, iVr.7 WV. 7w tw-w 7& ,i J T HJ3 .PITB LIC L E'D;GlE R n j. . .-"V f.-'V RftJ. T Hfc- Kfc, v p-r.t, f ?. lM' "W 1. P" & W ro r s I1 JA fur ill MR5AAL MY RAmOflD 6BPJ1AN ANDREWS (AUTHOR of W PrRrrCT TRIfJUTC, JUT DnTfl? TRFA5Uf?F, FTC. VILLV6TRATI07f3 &r ILLSVORTn DVNG ooprmefr sj by dooos strMtu company' 1 TS V V it 8YNOPSI8. Francois Ccauprc. a peasant babe of tliroo years, after an amusing Incident In which Marshal Ney figures, l mado ft Chovallcr of Franco by the Emperor Na poleon, who prophesied that tho boy might one day bo a marshal of France under another Bonaparte. At the aire of ten Francois visits General Baron Qas pard Qourgnud, who with Allxe. his seven-year-old daughter, lives at the Chateau. A soldier of tho Empire under Napoleon ho fires tho boy's Imagination with stories of his campaigns. The boy becomes a copyist for the general and learns of the friendship between tho gen eral and Marquis Zappl. who campaigned with tho general under Napole...

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. — 11 April 1914

iuWiJTxf .-, gru . " mjaw. "STOwrW ? fW to at if f pe: K tin 5A FASTER SUBSTITUTE Jill KISLrR i . EVER, Bald Frederick Bronson. "But, father," Dilly re piled, "you haven't seen her. You haven't any right to say what you havo said about her, merely becauao nn onco auarreled with her father, and still cherish a grudge against htm." "Whether I havo any right to say it or not, you may aB well glvo up the Idea of persuading mo to over have anything more to do with you If you marry her. Rather than receive a daughter of Henry Brooks as a mem ber of my family I'd cut off my right arm. If you wish to break my heart . and havo mo disinherit you go ahead and marry her if sho'lf havo you. Now you know exactly where I stand." Billy Bronson looked at his father steadily for a moment and was si lent. Ho thought of Helen Brooks nnd it was with difficulty that ho con trolled himself. Ho was strongly In clined to tell his father to do his worst to fling defiance In his faco. Ho kept his head, howeve...

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. — 11 April 1914

7i V ..V'- ) A.&,.Jt.. r wis-t?''1 y' W: Wli 4l .. i l'" '-f.yiyn -;.r m finrt..H.nliii irmMlf' nwii 9. ?tfcVWfc'V mAtiimmiKmtmp E PUBLIC LEDGER aily-xcht Koxtut, rooutn or jult, aHKotvwo AND rilUUTMAl. A. P. CURRAN, - Editor and Publisher. SLoo&Untl bone roitUnnc Tlpnon No. 40. orrios ronnc lkdoeh boildinu, MATSTIM.K. KT. flpfanttred at the Mnvvllle. Kv.. rcitofflcc as sccond-cUs mall matttr. ttVU'UUIl'liON i-ar MAiij. Our. Vir . -..... .i-.-. ....u MIA 9lOllttl9 HMHM MMMMt ....,......... .... ....... 1 lt-M Jl.Mllll ............ .MIHIIHH fli UVCXSV lib tSAlUUXH, Per Montis ... :":T' ' tayalHito Vqllfctor at etut or itontn. i no ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Pennsylvania's coal production is nlmost as great as that of the other twonty-seven producing States. "Mrs. Pankhurst," says an admirer, "is abend of her' time. She was born too soon." That de pends. .Mrs. P, could have made quite a hit in the French Revolution Charleston News and Courier. r ; HERE Y'ARE, WHY YOUNG...

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. — 11 April 1914

T&i m W?r$Wff, s- ..- 4.W W . 'Ti.tlil.'.;"' ... .. AfiMjf.umMrviiriui.,3ajr ipyyiliiWlln8MfifiBiilMitoVfaiW(aw'tMifcT1lrW 5i...lliltuir.nTy'iMJwM.-,M.qvi.rxT)'TtiTtsriirvn'Xt'42!''- X 1 U V ft ft : i' p. f I J i t . r. r jjM If Jo It Is easy enough to bo pleasant When there's nothing to vex us at nil, But tho fellow who wins Is tho ono who just grins As he scrambles up nfter n fall. Tho presont term of tho Dover Public School will clone In less than two weeks. Every tlmo a circus conies to town the "easy marks" holds a mass eon-entlon. 40 IS THE LEDGER PHONE I OWING TO THE FACT THAT TEL EPHOND NO. 33 IS A PBIVATE PHONE OP MB. THOMAS A. DAVIS' IT CANNOT BE TRANSFERRED TO life TBmmn for TBAoirana, PROPOSED. Nearly a million women In tho United States arc either fanners or farm laborers. dli'nV", mSMff.?10"01 WhTHE PUBL1 LEUaER- TERET0ItE "You aro joktngl " THE LEDGER'S LOCAL AND LONG- No, I'm not. wcro beautiful." Tho floral offerings DISTANCE PHONE IS NO. 40. It is stated by buy...

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. — 11 April 1914

! v-n ' k7U mi- ' Uivi t YAVJfr"1 Wf' $ r V Fw k1 . Hfl' 4 F I 'ij. &- " ' ' m iimrr'rnMMmaMiiiH' w mum w fflAT THE PEPPLfi or THIH community think of & store, what thoy say about it to tholr friends, in its biggest asset or else its biggest liability. Aud tlio heaping measure of good will this Ltvo Storo has won is a natural result of tho heaping moasuro of good valuo wo give our customors. You'd bo a booster, too, if you were wearing some of our now SPRING CLOTHES $15 to $25 Geo. H. Frank S Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. OA'LT , ,PDBLIC!LEl)GElt iPEtBawtt ms5gz?z - : rfj Mrs, William Cochran ami daughter Ellen, of West Court h street are in Chicago. Miss Kate Haley will spend Haster with Mrs. Charles l.avin in Mnysville Carlisle Mercury. Mrs. Au S. Adair and son, As.i, of Covington, arc guests of j"r. and Mrs, 0. W. Adair, of Hilltop. m -Mrs. Kue of I)an illo, 1- the gitcd of 'her sistei. Mr. Williiuii ('ochriiii mil West Tom tli sheet. Mis, Mary Hovi of l. K. S. .V. ...

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 1914

," BnUfflPJMJ V w& p9R$' sr-":.i n fvu;; 4 r . 4 T.I UMJ . l A" l. IH I i.ilTT Wfffjif It iifLLff " wMaua,ivgiiM TfryrfflTT-g TimyxwjiJa,jti.inijminw urn ijyiwwi WW"" ' ""w'-"" ''l-jbs'tot .VI i n to S ' RH m '. ifH & fiUL t.1-- o . I A PUBLIC W Smnfi ilkVtetiCB -Bx3K LEDGER MVWWilWVM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. T W ""Hoys flying kites haul In tholr white winged biids, lJut you can't U th.it when you're fly ing xvoids; Thoughts unexpressed may somo times fall back (lend, Hilt God Himself can't kill them once thoy'ic said." Dancing School will be opened Wed nesday evening April 15th at Neptune JInll. The latest dances will bo taught. MISS LLLA McC'LANAlIAN. LECTURE THURSDAY EVENING. "The Poor Little Rich Girl," Is a -problem play which is creating a stir in tho theatrical and literary circles, will be discussed by 1'ox. ft, L. Bonn in a lecture on Thursday exciting, April the ICth. A cordial invitation extended to all who nre interested. LE...

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 1914

r? feL &i CfT rraiv uA "irn j w ;.r ti F HA ntvy Ife. ,Vv '2v f ' - V V- TK, v "51 i K K' .: V! ' r ' ',.... . " WO h'K fcv.- If- ' Bft hf I?'.. . WS .f.j Srfo1;- V ..vi L1 . : v fir iA' w- It I"' v' $ ICI "1 . r , ''-THE PT JBOC LEDGER" I)ou't wait op yom' hh,p t0 como in v 1U1I.T CXCBfT (OXDAT, rOCRTH or JOtT, TJUHKSOITWO AND cnntBTM.it. A. P. CURRAN, - EdjtqtnndUbUsher. orrtOt POBMO LKDQKU HU1LIUNO, XATtrilXK. KT. . tj Loel nd IjOdk Un At ttntcrgil nt the Mavnyltle, Ky.. l'otofficc ceoniMmnUjiiaUer. aUlluVHlFllONS-BY MAIL. One Yfnr. ... ... .......".. .... NIX ISfOlllOf. .. ....... , . I'r Monlti.. - v ...........a Criili j-ayabttto collector attndotJloMii. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Califorxiin led last year in timber sojd from na tional forests, though Montana had the largest num ber of sale transactions. 'As , i ;SK4Ses2SS&55 '. fiiwaifcrininnT" i""V 'OJW " "" "Tiiji-fpia T -- V h ri row .out to Louisiana is to colonize 10,000 acres this year with farmers from ...

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 1914

KW ihl t. . f U- r,- R KW k'A : rt... .'ft' 1 f"L.iIfnnnv vrr flslinrnnin tho' lie slta all ilin'. gftfcjwfotatta tmv(ft Min int iW utax foV ' w Sj .TV- Aw1 i.f!t nn.l ' 4-n if II nn.1 It'nUii ii,r 3?or often ho takes up tho domijohu.gay, And" baits and baits and ba ,. Tho effect of belonging to a lodgoia .tfl Iricroaso tho prounbility that you will ' be nskod to tako a uriuK. Prof. T. O. Preston, Jr., and Mrs. Proston, formerly Mrs, Grover Clova land, aro in London. -Grecnvilli", S. (.., April U.Ebon S. Draper, former governor,-of Massachu setts died here today. ,,., Tokio, Japan, April 0. Tho Dowager .Empress Haruko dted at the Imperial Vila at Namazu today., T . 71 Z ', l T - Led M. Frank, under sentonco of , -., . ., , ,r , 'UL'iuu lor mo iiiuruur ui ..uary j uutm at' Atlanta, was examined by six phy sicians. 'At Now Ifazolton, B. 0., a posse is fthuntinff for tho last freo member of V- tho robbers who hold up tho branch of '" tho Union Bank of Canada. District No. 11 of tho Uni...

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 1914

VS' t- VlStTE HPU B li I G Ii E DGVER WASHINCaQN CITY HOME MIXING OF FERTILIZERS IS SIMPLE AND MAY BE ECONOMICAL Farmer First Must Understand Needs of Soil to bo Treated and Requirements of Cropftto be Grown Results Often Depend on Condition of Components 55 i t- ' ir i - ' rii -.... -.i.- ..... -....-.. .,., .,-.. . -- .. &, 7 "With Lilies and Sweet Flowers" r siDwfflrrs r ?v &' r' f tx he' Ki ilk. tb & .'V Bugs to Cost-Uncle Sam $800,000 in Year 1915 WASHINGTON. BugBt Dues that fly and bugs that burrow, bugs that blto and bugd that Btlng, big bugs and tiny bugs, ladybuga, and bugs anything but ladylike, aro going to coat tho federal government $800,000 during the fiscal year of 1016. That Is tho amount -tfCuJ tiVU J wi-J-TaMB?.13 fc "" M oavos many times Its cost every year is demonstrated easily by statistics. The biggest bug from the standpoint of dcstructlveneBS lo the boll weevil, which is slowly but certainly retreating beforo tho attacks of government scientists....

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. — 13 April 1914

itv -ITeFTj B?TE LErTGfE i - " ' W ft .V,V k .1 &' &'lrfA T,, rf fV ft IP - W 9 iput , u I ;v 8YN0PSIS. VUhallls Wrandall hi found murdered In Dufton's Inn near New York. Mrs. Wran lal! Is summoned from the city to Identify the body. Wrandall, It appears, had led a gay Mm and neglected his wife. CHAPTER I. Continued. "I'm not so euro of It," Bald tho cor onor, shaking bis head. "I have a fooling that sho Isn't ono of the ordi nary typo. It wouldn't surprise mo If he bolonga to well, you might say the upper ten. Somebody's wife, don't you see. That will make It rather dif ficult, especially as her tracks hare ' boon pretty well covered." it Dents mo, bow she got away J without leaving a slnglo sign behind her," acknowledged the sheriff. "She's a wondor, that'B all I've got to say." . At that Instant tho door opened and Mrs. Wrandall appeared. She stopped short, confronting the huddlod group, dry-eyed but as pallid as a ghost. Her yes woro wide, apparently unseeing; her colorl...

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. — 13 April 1914

Vm. V . iiVi().l)Ht'THVL".""r,"'t''''r'"- yWrn UTJM '" ini i9iw(r'Vl'?gWQwiTiW'i'iW'i'CT'iM.iiKWii' tmi-mtttGuam)Ww't''inivuwVf'' miiiHwVfimmmrtin iinilni ,in 11,1 ,... - -1 - n,At'wltfiin iihijiiiiiii , munmrf... ' .-- fa ywcMwy ft V, f ', it WHAT THH TEOPLIJOP TIHfl community tlilnlc of ft Btore, what thoy any about It to their friends, is Its biggest asset or else lt9 bigeat liability. Ana tho hoaplng measure of good will thU Livo Storo has won Is a natural result of the- heaping monsuro of good value Wo give our customertt. You'd bi a booster, too, if yon wera wearing Bomo of our now SPRING CLOTHES $15 to $25 Geo. II. Frank 8 Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Mrs. Harry Btirgoyite of Fayette County is visiting at AVashiiigton. Mr. Tliendoro H. Kirk, of Covington, ij rcglstored at the White Hall. Mr. aud Mrs. S, P. Browning are In Houston, Texas, visiting Mr. and Mrs. .Too Evans. Miss Florence Rogers is at French Lick Springs to spend Easter week with Indianapolis...

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 1914

4tll91!M If. pwpwffisK.; '' 1 ., -?!:,ss5pwMw " ' ' NBf EB i ".,. ' . x it 1 1 1 Ttffcfci j"w j- n'l " ri r g"l" I nr l"tT I 'mw KAMmMffflNRIHMIMMffHHmMIMMIHHMIl v. ' .' 'V ii wjnniBwiinwriMiM i 111 'MrtwHiw mwiwuwnr.rmwmi, mi .jjiiifnw mwwwu MiMwCTaiiwMiiiriHEwKre"iwiiiiiu ii.iwt?tf miMM f i'-m-mwoumjm-iii m i i i. n j-lii.w.iifcji'iij. i n m pioi , , ,i .,.- i.i.. i i -,.,,. ,,.- MMW " ' i I I. ..i .! m i . i.p.. , , t !., .,.., i !. , i,lr n , -.., -, i,.,. - ., ., , .,.,. - y irf STRAWBERRIES! S And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Onr Specialty. Phone Us Your Order, S DINGER BROS., $&$& PUBLIC LEDGER '.( -V. '! j-9- -l, )A M s ( Xv KBskF' 'XiiiLI RRHHMCAN-lri U.1JLI ruDLio LKDam-ttn Li ivbvx ntf fvwwi " MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Pessimist. Well, hero's another Spi int lnu! If winters realh gone And hero's the giound "" "l't ami slt Ami Spring wink coming on. I know It's going to rain again It's nothing but woik anil worry; lint I'm sure ...

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 1914

iHi yv J !j "3P ' r 1 II ' .Mil', iUMhWHMTir,irn r i -, ' -r -- )' '"' mi ii)iiiiiii urMtin l'iriiy ywifcaww , w ii. ; rw hiiiii w i n,iiiJdUM.lln.i.ui M l MiwwiwinTirfcMmww' wi i 11 nw mmfiiiMiliMipifMiiiwuni.lii.HiMBilffiMinipajn v R. 'Ii -? r fc '-' ' . rv-v. PL',' ' 3 4.1 . '. . 3 . (., i" . x? i'. n? . , , "- 'V; cv i, w lit ff rwaatigaw ' m.i ''irki.NWWKni" ""W P THE PUBLIC LEDGER t)ILT EXOirt I DM AT, MOUTH 0 JOLT, TUAHHlUtYIHO A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher No. 40. taookl and Lonir OliUbooToiaptiona orricK runi.io lkdoih buildinh, MATBT1LLB. KT. Htilcretl at the MnysUlle. KyPoitoflfrc rm t.ctond Cinm mull mutter. XUliaVKiriWIHi-BYUAlh, One Ynr ... .. - J "" Mix Crfoutti. . .............. " JMvaOte toVottector d o Jomft. ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The Unemployed in Milwaukee number 7,000, ac cording to a census taken by the police. The income tax and the corporation tax will help to. give the administration money, but they will not help the man who is out of a job...

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 1914

l? w i-i iT J j&jJglBfCTMijro vr fct" w V i w &.: ' r &" .11 itw ', ?, .4 m sm tf 1 V Jvt Ifff? - - . - - WWiSfctta Season Opens. . All winter long tho husky drovo Sat winning pennants by tha utovo. Wook after week, time slipped away With double-hoiulors evory day. Tho crowd Hint won tho winter flnjj Mny slump today and hold tho bag. lloro's hoping wo've a goodly team Thnt will not shntter winter's dream. Courier-Journal. MORE LEGAL LIGHT. (Mt. Olivet Tribune.) Tudgp Hucklur has had a window put t ' 'V1'1 tlie 1,urt" "','0 of ,lis ,!UV mcc t1 , , .giving him light from tho north, cast , . and west. J. 8. Harrison did tho work . -'neatly and artistically. ', MOTHERS OF THIS COUNTRY . have through nil ages past and will through all years to come, tnko caro of tho ordinary simple ailments incident to every family with their own favorite remedy. In almost every homo in tho land, Lydia B. J'inkhum's Vegetable Com pound is the recognized standard house hold remedy for fomnlo i...

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 1914

,i 4 i X - v ; J :, , ' C! ft11 ' n -' .-V h r, K frv tt,- 7f l .'I. i V l" ,4 .i j; i.' - ra?'. rv V. w. & w7 . 8k i j ?& x . ST T. .4'-" '4 - ' m Jin wart. 'i jjM' 'if.1!.' "IL ;ifHBWm . SELLING NEW SPRING SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS To Beat the Band Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICfigieSLEDGER piitr Hov. M. S. Chirk loaves today for Ashland where ho will assist in a re lval. tt Jlrs. Martha Vimont, of Millorsburjr. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Munziiig. Mr. Larry Langefols, wife and son, David, Rpont Kaster with relatives in Covington. Miss Ruth Dragon of Oxford, Ohio, is spending a few days with Miss Minna Gray of Aberdeen. t Rev. P. Christian of Lexington was tho guest of Miss Lit la Baugh of Last Second street Friday and Saturday. Mr. Ones Walsh qf Cincinnati spent yesterday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh of Last Third sheet. Mrs. Elmer Downing and Mis. Robert Downing of Mason County, are guests of Mrs. Gertrude Smoot. Paris ...

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 1914

V w f $ We've boon In many cities, Seen sights, boliove us, klti, Ifut never seen ti gill who liked To wear a last year's lid. Los Angeles Express. All new designs in Wnll Paper and Rugs at HENDRICKSON'S. LEAVING RICHMOND FOB MAYSVILLE. (Richmond, Va., Times-Dispatch April 12.) Mr. and Mrs. Hoveo P. Core, of 2011 Park avenue, will leave Richmond this w'eek-for Maysvillc, Ky., .the former homo of Mrs. Core, where they will re side temporarily during Mr. Core's study of law. Dnth are prominently lolated in Virginia and Kentucky. Mrs. T. Gordon Oilmnro, mother of the bride, who has been lion with her daughter since last fall, will accompany them to Kentucky. HiiiiHiimmaii s Ever See the Buckeye Balance s Frame Pivot Beam Riding I Cultivator?! m If not, come in and let us show it to you and let our man explain to you all its good qualities It is the simplest, neatest strongest and lightest machine on the market, and we want you to see it. s m m m m B 1 MIKE BROWN :THE: S SQUARE Special ...

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 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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