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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 January 1914

t .i" k. jkr v "&k '; v II I 111 I II 1 1 - , i i i , - : - , -- -. ...- . 'V kENNARD. .ssMflr jTlin ilfirknaf tinnr In nnv m nil's ca- .. ..,. ... ,, ., jr rcfir is tbnt whorcih Iiq flrdt fiancics ' tfilsro is on onslor way of gaining a dol- . lap? than by squarely earning it. Hor- '-nco Greoly. ' Xou cannot sottlo for your sins at 50-conts on tho dollar. Over 1,000 people attended tho fuu eral Monday ut Carllsle,of Dr. Hoy MoTutlro, n young pli tiolmi Kuowi ns af friend 6f thy poor. Sr A commltto of Dnughtors of tho American Itovolutioh called on Mayor lilankviiburg and protested against ro ' moving Liberty Bell from Independ ence, Hall for exhibition. .? WOMEN TO FAST AND PRAY. .Bellefontaiuo, Ohio. Women of tho local W. C. T. U. have decided to fast and pray all day next Thursday in the Intorest of Congressman Hobson's cam paign" for national prohibition. SOLD BAD ECiaS FINED $500. Now York. A flno of $500 was im posed on tho Jamos Van Dyk Company, egg dealers, on their ploa...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 January 1914

; 1 " 'r1 Wm! fc KT lb y . J &k mmsnwm in. WW1 HSt . V is HmP fifiAfSeBT i1;- -- "'.' t V . . .! flat AY-a . YJ V- ", .t ftvercoafo and Suits mmducmtl in PrictB Now FOR CASH I 130.00 Overcoats, Dow $20.00 J85.00 Overcoats, Now f 18.75 922.50 Overcoats, Now 910-50 .c$20.00 Overcoats, Now $15.00 gfl $18.00 Overcoats, Now $12.60 $ 15.00 overcoats now,.......u.ou ;. $1!W0 Overcoats, wow .vo 5 $10.00' Overcoats, Now. ....$ 7.50 v s 7.50 Overcoats. Now $ 5.00 H'S j. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvilie's Foreaest Clothiers. MAX4V1LLM, XI , a.-. - . ,.... . - ,: Thor Kentucky .Legislature is aireaay jjj' flooded with bills, many of thorn assta t, mo in moaning. fPfSf ,.Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Sec- Wis ond M. E. Church will meet Thursday M-"', afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. Sam S5 w..j ... itritii.u.. ..i.fc All ,... Auuuuu uu tTiiiaiu9 aiicuii . " H Vliftfcfl uvrvml 4i nttAn.1 V fe" - "'B """ :.', BIO BLAZE AT lIABHODSBtTEO. yt -iiarrousourg, ii.y. rire acsiroyeu ine ll- ') ""Jones ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 January 1914

i&: VSM T8A?( c MWMWHjtramWanmHMIMg if .., - . ,W NEW CROP MOLASSES LEDGER Just tripped, a bnrrol of vory fancy Open Kettle. Bring your jug. ' tXSKLV XSFOllLIUAtf-im MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. OlfE COPY-ONE OXNT. DINGER BROS., Leadlng Retailers '-S ctiiminwitTTiMiiwmM piinyi m nnini'nw,niy ih.m i.hii. fi swHpm - j. .-FV" -yyftsyiMgg .gSffKHP! ftnJK WIT . ..O-tSfO T" "- t PUBLIC vKmSQ vlvllH K (k; & (Mr IK Cf A Tearful Affair. The brido rend thu roclpo ovor and said, "I'm really afraid that these onions 7are 'Strong; And ittaays , 'Undor water's tho best way tq poel thorn, But I never can tny under water that long." Judge HOW LEXINGTON TRICKED BUB- LEY company; (Dover Nows.) Somo years ago a committee of cit izens of Lexington persuaded tho Hur ley Tobacco Society to move its head quartors from Winchester to Lexington, promising it exemption from taxation Now the ordor has been reclnded and tho Society is asked to put $18,000 bnckf taxes to tho city. Tims ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 16 January 1914

HSCSaWK? t"7? PH! ,w r't- ' $ 3h. ' K r m- & &. kV ' 'V- fe R? ". f. J.' rV H.VIV HL (' Mt ".IW iJe - THE PUBLIC LEDQEE nr DULT-MCirr ItlKDAT, VOUBTn OT JULT, ami) oaMraut. X. P. CURRAN, - Bdltor NO 40. o,,l0"u"?Iu.S!'".B,'lt',,,,,8' chief, Tecumseh. ' : acnuisition of the Ooolnd boon Oltuaoa Telephone BUuavuiriiuns-nY hail. One Vwr,... Mix Monttic tM mm DSllVSItSU BY OARMBti, Per Moiith. PavabUtoUoUtetorattnd of ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH WE OAN'T (JET IT YOU SHAN'T HAVE IT. Tho fact that the Progressive party has deter mined to put out candidates for Congress through out the Nation in 1914 shows that tho party, as a party, is tho implacable enemy of the Republican party. It is hardly possible for the Progressives to elect more than a score, and probably not more than a dozen Congressmen in the United States, in fact they do not expect to win, except in a small number of districts. Yet, they propose to have a candidate in each district. "Why so? The answer is easy. By this meth...

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. — 16 January 1914

iWk M m '" I- 4. 3 - r-. i .in- r a ,'it A Ikf 4 V - & ? ly XT Fiv k m ' r ' e. . ft r T-rilA -'";- f . r It When Daughter visits Mother .she ta'Cps a whplo trunk Allcd-vYlth iljcssos vfprjgalan""pecuslonR, but vhon Mothor ?vijlts B-aughtor alio knows that two juKiien upruns win no mi me iui-uc-rois win nocu. '-Now thp women of Germany nsk for thb bolloh ,:"Pr6grc8sivcs in Congress announced plans for a fall congrcsstonnl cinipaign, tho distribution of hnnilbnnkx .nut pniu pblot&1clng the first step. lVL. , BP Eery business man knows how difficult it Is to keep tho ptgee holes ; "dd" et bte dwk f reo from tho.acTmmulatlon of-useles papors. Every hp"wl taow kowaifflenlt Jt U to kep her homo freo from the accumulation of all manner of BHlwt ttlwnT So It to with tho body. It to dlfflcult to keep It frco from tho SffttoS mttaff Unless the waito to promptly eltalMted tho macWn. i3 tho body soon become clogged. This to tho beginning of most human ilia. '-...-, DR. PIERCE'S fabLDEN...

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. — 16 January 1914

. fr- H' n.1 fir . - l&- - 5" e 4 A v it j- v 'sV -J v V' T' HLttr. mm:- mBammk 9mWrp wmpS f 7 I Overcoats and Suits Reduced In Prlc9 Now FOR CASH I $30.00 Overcoats, Now $30.00 ' $25.00 Ovorcoata, Now $18.75 $22.50 Overcoats, Now $10.50 $20.06 Overcoats, Now $15.00 $18.00 Overcoats, Now $12.60 $16.00 Overcoata Now, $10.60 $12.50 Overcoats, Now $ 8.76 $10.00 Overcoats, Now $ 7.50 $ 7.60 Overcoats, Now $ 5.00 Geo. II. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Forensst Clothiers. miu ; FUBLIfl LEDGER MAXanLLM,XT. 3!3E)ltff&llM e ais4ij&i ?&S Attorney W. D. Cochran returned yes terday from a business trip to Hunt ington. .'Miss Hattio Wood left Wednesday morning to visit her niece, Mrs, A. Ij. Monronoy of Oklahoma Ciy. Mr. II. R. Austin and family of Kirk land, In,d., aro tho guests of his father, Mr. James Austin, in Clifton, i T. F. Tvler and wife of Oerniaiitotvn, fiSKSS mIL f LiKOuAiJ M'v nro miosta of Mr. Marion Toll on For est avenue. Mr. Tyler took in tho Odd Fellows conclave ...

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. — 17 January 1914

HCTw7fr' s '!" 7$ "75 "V PV7 ;?W53raHPS :m&LmxsaBiKami ae sssw f . ft''.. MOUSSES LEDGER i v ,: tf r '-i Just tapped, a burrol of vory fancy Open Kettlfe. Bring your jag. k ' vf fAWkMMMMAfl 1 ',ti.jprr Bft-nrrr mjAr MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1014. OMX COPY-ONE CB(N T. DINGER BROS., Leadln Riers ' . Mzr rbsLio .Kvaav-ma. MKwMSiiMiitMiipiiMiiiti4Miiiiiiiiiilii--ii ii it .- i mm i m n nrifirti iMTrVit ' - t mmommtm I NEW I CROP PUBLIC IBWEemP ILtmbV -aK AJIRflHiB iNinff HH BWs !TiQg?g fEF flff L4 tw W- W' t . ' -. r "ft ft ! . fife K: U$ ?-"0,mothorl What is this I see?" , Cried English Violet. "This woman of commanding inoin, And jn hor hand it torch, I wcon Is.sho a suffragette" Women's 40c Vests 25c. -High neck, long sleovcs, modlum weight, size 4. Boys 35c drawors 19c flceeo lined, heavy weight, sizes 26 to 31. Hunt's. SUES FOR $50,000 John, B..8haw Wants Big Sum From The C. & O. Tor Loss of Log and Foot This morning John B. Shaw of Hous ton avenue, this ci...

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. — 17 January 1914

IRKM LrfK-fci Wiiwi ELi fc& fcftr ft' i fu SfT m: K ftr J '., md. fT yL2 !': The Daughter of David Kerr I "' y H A R R Y KING TOOTLE $k' Illustrations by Ray Walters 8YNOPSIS. Gloria Kerr, a motherles girl, who ha pent most of lier life In school, arrives nt her father's home In Belmont. David Korr Is tho political' boss of tho town, and Id anxious to prevent Ills dnURlitcr learning of his real character Kendall, ropescntlnx the Chlcnco packers. Is ne poUatliijj with JudRo Gilbert. Kerr's ehlof adviser, for a valimblo franchise. They fear tho opposition of Joe Wright, editor of tho reform paper. Kerr uslcs tho as sistance of Judge Gilbert In Introducing Gloria to Belmont society, and promises to help him put through tho packers' franchise and let him havo nil the Kraft. Gloria meets Joe Wright nt tho Gilberts. It appears they are on lntlmnte terms, having met previously In a touring party In Europe, The Gilberts Invite Gloria to tay with them pending the refurnishing of the Kerr...

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. — 17 January 1914

r- 1 s '-T ,.-"- r 3 -, 1 - . h ; , ' : ' ' '- -iSwOB '9 m m ir Ix"- k& W, ft WmKmJ JHfPf tBasaNsfll BBBBBBBa(" HtHBHtV if - I'lBP1 IS Kfry aaKt iMM. . I Ik I tfi EPILEP8Y CONQUERED! New Jersey Physician Said to Havo Many Cures to His Credit. ' Red Bank, N. J. (Special). Advicen from cvory direction f ally confirm ' previous reports that tho romarkabla treatrae'nt for epilopfly being admin lotor.cd by Dr. Perkins of thio city, Is achlovrng' wonderful results. Old and stubborn cases havo been greatly benefitted and many patlcnta claim to havo been entirely cured. Persons suffering from epilepsy should writo nt onco to Dr. H. W. Perkins, Branch 49, .Hed Bank, N. J., for a sup-ply of tho remedy which is being distributed gratuitously, Adv. just toomplete""banquet Pathos In Youngster's Longing That Made Strong Appeal to Rich and Charitable Man. Tho lato Edward MorrlB, tho Chica go meat packer, was worth over ?50, 000,000, nnd contributed every year to charity as much monoy as ho Bpe...

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. — 17 January 1914

l& Re '.. W v K t Mr P:I ys, ' it 1 ii!LS' mnM0&" jli liLi.yynfjy;'" ? .1.. ro-j"' .' n -j.. j.jjt'A'!-' jj-'K-v -. '. . -". 'iAi;. '",i,,''.,,i',i4jJ .:iv..sm. J-l'-eiri'''' : "i vytrmmh ,,., p. ..n.L .,,;',,, ,,,,,, ...;;..J,,y Vi.,.,,.;',- ,,,,, i..'.. ...... ,. ;,-,,,,., ,;,.-;. f f HE" PUBiqC LEASER flui "ty.-' DAitT aicirr tcqxuTt f ountu 61 jclt TiuKKaamxe and onauTiua. J A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. tjooilltnd Lodk OtiUaoa Telepboos Ho. 40. orrioK rcnLio LEunm BDltPtna, MATSWILLI. XT auuavuinioN&rBY mail. eno Year.. Hlx Hoattti.. . IM4HINHHtHIIUHMHMMlMIHIHUIUMI Three ih....M-......- DKUVSRKp ST OARRUSR, Per Mnili.f. ...-. .......9B OetsU fgyaSta to Oolltetor at nd of Month. XLL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN. ADVANCE. America is estimated, to spend $600,000,000 a yfcar for music and it is a fairfy safe bet to wager that all of it except about $8.G0 goes into lager beer, and Sweitzer cheese. Lexington ITerald. Whatover may bo the effect upon commercial printers of t...

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. — 17 January 1914

viri-i E-ta JVl 77 it ?' r . ft' !' K3l '-o -J , W -d, 1 ' m t.. m i t m V 32 - Oucht Tho now spring styles havo been well panned, But wlien sho docs hor hiking, Sho wears clocks in her stocking, nud Tho men think thoy nro striking. Cinclnimtl Enquiror. If half tho pcoplo enjoy doing n 'thing, tho other hull' engages in nn of fort to pass n law prohibiting it. Tho National Hoot and Shoo Man ufacturcrs' Asoci,ition, meeting in I Now York, adopted resolutions in favor pt increased freight rates. PALMER AND BUCKNER. (Philadelphia Record.) Ooncral Simon Buckncr, who lias just diod nt his homo in Kentucky, will bo remembered not only ns a gallant sol dior in two wars and Governor of his Stato, but as tho candidate for Vico President on tho Gold Democratic tick et in 1800, along with General Palmer, of Illinois. In those days of financial heresy it required no little moral cour- ngo to break away from tho party they had supported for many j'cnrs and to ralso tho banner of nn honest curron...

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. — 17 January 1914

t . ill . I .- Tr TirP" ft sl riW 'A' ,ii oM&' t M '"5 .' mar jl, WHOP , oe-rk- .? ' , - A IT " ' . , ..-j ' rc w - v i "i Vvfk t ism w Bv .'an minHiiiniii '' - IJLIL y iQverKoats M mmmmM a24 nammm m imams Rmdur.md In .j-jk. ..-w . - Lev Pmlmm ISlnw FOR cnsHi MO on Overcoats. How $20.00 T ---.-- f 25.00 Overcoats, Now ?iu.7o 9C?r.n Ovorcoata. Now 810.50 ii'1 aaenn '. $20.00 overcoats, now io.uu V !:" 818.00 Ovorcoats. Now $12.60 f'i $15.00 Overcoats Now, 310.50 , $12.50 Overcoats, Now 9 8.75 " O $10.00 Overcoats, Now 8 7.50 ' (f. $ 7.50 Ovorcoats, Now 8 5.00 'L -w v w m ft :r.-f- . v I'.vv U Lnnnlr Xi r A - ucu. u. uauiv a vu. UnuIUe PnrRial Pln(hlrc - PlIliLICeLEDCJER L m -o -f r. r :m w KiTt -. - - Now York, Jan. 15. Rlcbnrd D. Lankford, a vlco president and secre tary of tho Southern railroad, was found dnnd from uas asnlivxlation in i " . . !.-.. i Ala apartments in nrooKiyn touay. --BASKET BALL Tirst Game of tho New Year Tonight When Maysv'illo High Tacklos City Team. Tho f...

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. — 19 January 1914

ft ) 1 w w tHSKT.r RKrOBlWAf-Haj 1AILY PO&MO JJBOK-J ? "Don't you walk into my parlor," Said the spider to tlio fly, "Tor you might give mo typhoid, And. I'd very llkoly die." Head Hunt's nd today tlmo well spent. !KffiS8f - -it will bo Mr. dnnies Iliggina of Mnssillon, 0., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zurich of Elm wood Place, O., Miss Winifred Hnnloy of Paris and Miss Orace Redmond of Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, are horo to attend tho funeral of Miss Mnrcolla Redmond. "INSIDE THE CUP" SUBJECT OF REV. E. L. BENN'S ADDRESS. Rev. R. L. Beun, pastor of the Con tral Presbyterian Church, next Wed nesday evening nt 7 o'clock, will de liver ft iocturo, inking his text from the new book, "Inside Tho Cup." All invited to hear this learned min ister on n live subject. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show tho steady outnut o( coal during the last ten yea7i has mado tho dealers push tor wider markets, Wo aro going to get rjopro trade your trade by giving you a greater value tor your...

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. — 19 January 1914

! :S5M!0 'A Pii-ij.. , W ,! .' IttSESIESSESSS 3 : ':?, i .fifc& fi a v "? i'xs pes f.S.--. '' i- 12 tfw W iiMh.-' .:- KigEfo- lEsSsfc'-' UVW!l,T . to. IT"" i H &&'' fciii itiaiff r irln jV nii"iiWilfiii Tut mm f - r m m i ir i i "fi - ' ' " ' "" Tiff y ir,: w-J . WEE' 'W.VJ3tY PUBLIC LEDOER , 1 M , I . ni ill "" WPT IDMD1T, rODSTR Or JUI.T, TIUKMl?UC Mo cnnuTMAf. A. P.- CURRAn Editor and Publisher. Oookl od bona Oliunoe Tlpnoat Mj rk ytn I orrioi rcBLia LtriaiR buimuno, 4Ui M1TITILLS. H.T. BUJiaOJtlPllONS-BT MAIL, en Tiw....-.. ......- .... Tbre Mlh.., ..S 00 ,.. I 00 .... 7 D BUT BR SI) BY 0A.BB1SB, Per W obUi. .....- .iw... .-.... CnU Poyobl to Collector at n& of UontX. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. .jJK Uncle Sam is kcepiug Billy Bryan so close on the lid nt "Washington that his lecture money is not piling up as it did. If the Assembly members are as good at law making as they are nt turkey-trotting this will be a brilliant Bession. Frankfort State Journal. T...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 January 1914

I t "MFii" i j.-. i.-i..iijj.j'j?-ij. '-' "-"' ' '""'" ' "" 'THW il Mf HP 1X3 ' $' i, . r -rV fc1 S-rf- --, - 4 v & 1HT ' W -J- - , ; rBomo 8tno of, M the Pope. has lcd a pWtict, H "IIW I fl CH I C Q . J. X V" - ffTC ft I foci quite sad for Evorywifo; Hor woca would All ft book, ."When wo rocnll tho deadly strife Sho hag with Evcrycook. f 'It's fur. tlmo at Hunt's If you want bargains. Prices down to zero. Government ownership of coal mines n a romedy for strilto disturbances Is urged by Senator Mart mo, of Xew Jor soy, In his report on J lie Wi.t Virgi nia strike. Are Your Hands Tied? by a chronic disease common to woman klndT You feci dull headachey? Back ache, pains hero and there dizziness or perhaps hot flashes! There's nothing you can accomplish nothtnj you can enjoyl There's no good reason for it became you can find permanent relief in DR. PIERCE'S Favorite Prescription Mm. SVnnta H. Brent of Bryant, Nelson Co., Vs., writes: "I boltavo I had ererVSlSachlawocouia have,my b...

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. — 19 January 1914

f 'Ctt i.'t .S" w s wvs A & i.. ;;, fr i' P'' ff- it T s T & 'I iti f'v J. ft TV A PHILADELPHIA IN WHO HAS SPENT 50 YEARS WITH RAZOR AND SHEARS Charley Gramlich, a Veteran Barber, Who Has Performed Tonso- , Vial Work for Some of Jtrc ' Noted Men of His Time, Still Remains at His Post of Duty Doing Good Work Has- Wo Boast to Make of Old Days. i " PhlladolphlrvYou tako a barber of today. Wctt, never mind; no ubo pick ing neoulesa quarrels. But they bred giants In tho old First ward when Gharloy Gramlich lcnrnod hlB trade. A harbor barbs theso days, and lots It go at that. Dut Gramlich, with his rec ord of fifty-six years bohind him, might bo callod tho Admirable Crlch ton among barbers. Mornings you can And him In his hop at 1E05 Mifflin street, wafting tho early thistledown off somo young shaver who has come to consecrato his chin to manhood under tho razor of vonorablo oxperlcnco, or paring tho stabblo of somo patron who haB de pended on him slnco tho Centennial. Afternoons,...

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. — 19 January 1914

cV, S: ifir'Gi "if? Nr rtS - '' wr i. i&.$! . &TO? -. -w wfr i ' i m ., f i ij i j i1 ')"' "" ' )g ' I LEGEND OF OdlBWAYS Cloth Gown Suitable for Daily Wear ' A w V ., j- C" vow szokagj?- &. K ttZTavMimnmz cpopjwc mv&mm ofsxvjv&ziwtuzpx l'""v ,'4 -i-ui would got-looso MAN whoso tompor was quick and whoso thumbs woro thick used to In dulgo In vlolont .languago ovory timo his wlfo called upon him to button her waist up the back. Ho had a hard tlmo getting tho hooks into tho oyes, and oven nftor ho had thom all ad justed there was no telling when some i . a? v. One day after ho had nearly all of thom fastened his wlfo wriggled a bit and moBt of tho hooks came loose. "I wlBh some darn fool would Invent a hook that would stay hooked," said th husband after ho had uttered soma things that aro unnecessary to repeat "Wax don't you?" nBkcd the wlfo, not satirically nor ausQ sho thought ho was a fool, but for her aco of mind and to savo him annoyanco. .vlll somo day when I...

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. — 19 January 1914

Si fcfc v sr ' B k :-v It Ik" ' " L $5,000 . Is not Very much when you sy it real fast, hut it's a lot when you havo to raise it In 30 days. Thnt's why we are selling for $5.00 Overcoats and lSults worth up to $10.00. If you don't want to buy you had better stay away from this livo store, for as .pure as the dovil wo will soil you it you seo tho new Suits an.d. Qyeramts wo are selling at ihd prlco. Look into our windows; bco some of tho goods and prices. Walk into tho store, aslc to "he shown" and wo will "como across" with tho best lot of guaranteed clothes you ever saw in your life. Believe us." Geo. II. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER C. D. PEARGE WJNS OUT Eloctod President of the Citizens' Na tional Life and Karnes 8 Out of 12 Directors. Loulsvlllo. After a strugglo Charles D. Pearce and his supporters triumphed in their light for control of the Citizens' National Life Insurance Company. This was announced at Anchorage, Ky., where an annual meeting ...

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. — 20 January 1914

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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. — 20 January 1914

Kfl BBillH BtSBaWP'ti BAltT 1X0IPT SOXfilT, TOOBttt OT JUIT, TBKiOITlHO BHwSjKr- '' AND 0H8UTKAI. HSSi ., - JKJjfg : A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. HK'' ' tooftUod bona tin M I orf iai rcsuo Lcoain bciloino, B'K . Rpy. ''. SVDSViaPllONS-BY MAlh, lii5 " W- -,a KBB?5'' mlx -." " B0 ., Kc4t-!f '''" TlirMMath..M..--.......-........ .- " i && &f. U DXUYSRSD BY OA11M&K, rr Month ........ . .. ....a Cent Payable to Collector at end of Month, $?: ,ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. V vV .' -, 'v.-' V'-f m i - -. 1 .'.' V-i" - Bte fc& W '... if' IX- tt ;. a. j7sr- j&fc;? gr- rk It is just one big banquet after another at Frank fort and Lexington much talk and little doing. That's true Kentucky style. All sentiment. TO INVESTIGATE PEIOE FIXING. "The department of commerce will conduct an inquiry during this year into the iixing of retail prices by manufacturers if sufficient funds aro available," according to Secretary Ecdficld in his address before the Lansing bo...

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