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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 April 1914

M I ,'s. jfRa I lay It down na u safo proposition ihat tho follow who, every llttlo while, has to break into tho baby's bank for carfaro, Isn't goittg to ovolvo into a Baron Hothschild. rhllip D. Armour. Vhtto a woman buys n pair of bIiocs sho always starts a flght between her prldo and her corns. Sit down and flguro it out and you will discover thnt if you hud loft un said two third of what you said during tho day tho world would have been just as well oIT. $15 FOR THIS GENUINE MURPHY'S GEM Advertised Letters List of unclaimed letters in tho Mays villo Postoilico week ending A ril 20, 1914: Breckinridge, John Calvert, J. C. Cassidy, Miss Mida Jasimo, Mrs. Louis Johnson, Miss Katherino McCann, I. B. Poo, Mrs. Alice Rislay, Chan D. Tolle, Mrs. Noll Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Washington, George Ono ctfat duo on above letters. Parties calling for samo will pleaso say "ad vertised." C. MATHEWS, P. M. Ono person may fall in love, but n flirtation requires tho active co-operation of two....

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 April 1914

wn Ljgtl v w n$ f . . V v. MES V hik:v HP" fiJiiy Your imer Underwear from a roal Man's Storo whoro proper fitting is glv on and bottor soloction, ( and goods for loss raonoy, Is to lio found. V6c to $1.50 Per Suit Jko. H. Frank & Co. Afovsvllle's Foremost Clothiers. Mr. JInrry Levi and Mr. Ones Walsh cnino up from Cincinnati to sco the opening game. Mr. 0. C. Fleming returned homo from shlaml, Monday wbcro ho was called q death of big cousin, Miss Niehol i fc fir! Irs. Elizabeth C. Selp, of Cle eland, flo, is the guost of her parents, Mr II Mrs. T. J. Gurrey of East Second eot. H. Jjtroudo, Mrs. 0. T. Woodward, "uhtor, Mrs. .loo Armbrowster, tcr, Miss Annie Mae, of Oor , .-iowiJyMero in MaysUllo yesterday ( Mrs. Lud Hamilton arrived hero last iwcok, hnung spent tho winter in Tlbr (ida. Sho is visiting her parents, Mr. land Mrs. V. T. Berry, of Wood street. N Mr. II. L. Pepper, and daughters Misses Ncita aud Marie, Miss Margaret Harm and Mr. William Popper were mbng out of town ...

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. — 1 May 1914

111' t II jaydMjjjraHffisI umIHBBBIIHHM .r Wm?. JHI'' ,u. s fSE PUFFED RICE B JPP PTTRTTfx SMi T "PDfi-PR Ell jK . ' iU Jj Lib K Ju Jjj JJlJjjjll U i 'ay'.vTrtj ' ...... . . . . """ "'" " " ' WQfe ;v: " -i 06,.iCA-iw MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 1BVP., .1.. I . S ' . ' TWA - WV" JP1 tlME I wlnS' MkS m pretty Evorybody Happiflod. "Whoro nro you going my maid?" "I'm going ta'dgoing, kind sir," sho said. '"May I go with youf" tio gont in quired. "Sure, as far as you like, my boy," slio said. BAPTIST REVIVAL. "" Two wero received by letter at tho aorvlco last night, and thcro aro mt.My "moro who seem to be interested. The sermon on "Tho Meanest Man in Town" was rccoived with much interest and evidently did much good. Tho attendance still holds up, nnd this church will bo much revied by the earnest, and forceful prc.iehiMg of the past two weeks. Tho harvest is ripe, let every member of the church lend a helping hand. Services tonight at 7:30. LET UNCLE SAM...

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. — 1 May 1914

J m f 't Wtl W ! W U -w'ftft fr ' Public ledger FIT : xcrr undat, rotmia or jolt, tiiAniwomxa Any viuiintnnm CURRAN, Rnoe, yMlepboiB No. 40. I - Editor and Publisher. OrMCK rCBLIO 11SD0" BU1LDISO, XATtYlM.1. KT. f It at the Maysvllle, Ky., Poitofflcc at ceond-clam mall matter. 8VnSVJlVlWNS-JY MAIL. ,...3 00 .... i no 70 One Ywr,..,..-..--........... Nix Woitlli. .. . ..-... " "Tiir. Wonln ....m.. ...-.... DKLIVBRRD BY UAMU&B, rer Montli....-....... ....,....-.. CeiiU Payable to Collector at end of Month. Vajll subscriptions cash in advance. 'K iTho Mutt and Jeff brand of diplomacy on to ift;"Washincton is enough to make John Hay arise I ...... flin fnmlt llTwl QWPIir S; Tf annme in hn n fmitost. hnr.ween the Washington Ff i -j? l.Z -.A 4l TVfrtvinn! iiivinrn n jDrana ox gruyo jumu uuu mu iiicAiwui ..-... nulnue. But you can depend upon the standard ,' Army and Navy drink good old grog to win the ) battle, finally. "MIRACLE" ENGINEERING. f How many of the thousands of young men w...

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. — 1 May 1914

jMLjjSL kRPPH! vflHBKI.i0iMh fHBRBHHHHIHHi imLmttttttttttttttttttttttlttttWLmBISKtLmtttm i.fp?: i?'. V ,1: V fjmry ;evmwtmi-Bjmp2'"'ti,uiv 1.I3L.1U 4. r'flL" .1 ') ff ? c: ?r Tho more some women make up the moro thoy look tis though they were marked donu. Tho Fleming Circuit Court convenes Monday, May 11th. Michael I Mnbouoy, who attemiitcd to kill Mayor Mitchol, has been declared insane by two physicians who examined him. Burton W. Uibson, tried twice on tho charge of immlorinjr Mrs. ltosn Szabo, has boon convicted of grand larceny nnd forgory. 3,5 .aSBJI Victor-Vietrola GENUINE MURPHY'S Jewelry Store. PCM Ono lifo has nlrcady beon lost in I tho spring floods, which threaten all the low-JyiMg land in Texas. Two girls at Blue Creek, near Man chester, Ohio, confess robbiMg store be cause of poverty; not arrested. We teach REAL ESTATE FREE by mail. Under our system of course hiitruc tfon you will become n proficient real estate dealer, procure ready buyers, close deals quick ly and ex...

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. — 1 May 1914

fm V. ; j I the' con Din eci R W IS!fmmyr u umm'ii lnia.Wi jiwirirnTtWlTliwiWviBIII HlllMWWWWWW'."iMWlliillWWl I M WJujSmTii': II IMI'TI II wWmKJIUH. 11 yl'WW"gFi . W.H-,t.' 11 M. ,... ,; ., ..Min-..., wwwaw' " ff TDVIUf TO D1TPU IID "Father grows younger overy MAYSVILLE WON tfk MJrfffJTi duv Your"' rnlINU III rAIOfl Ur day." And w now photographs r& HUlMlral m .. ........ ..... mis mm io a - - x. - m. 1J i. t I . i . nm II f HEX CAN SI I II A HUN imer iminaerwear V from a real Man's Storo hero proper fitting 13 glv- and hotter selection, (Tgooda for lesa money, to ho found. c to $1.50 Per Suit f H. Frank & Co. Mavsvillp's rnrpmo,;l Clothiers DBOCmLEDGEK Forman Iloscr, St. Louis, is Surah Iloscr, siting his mother, Mrs. East Front street. Ur. -and Mrs. John F. Driscoll have , irtied after their honeymoon to their jo on Fifth street. , 'iTt 1 " 'Mr. nnd-Mr Albert Day of Flom- ingsburg, woro tho guests of Mr. and iura. xj. xi. 1 uuui: yeaiuiuuv. ( Mr. Jaems Brown, of Indianapo...

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. — 2 May 1914

jraj!!lljglgjglj!jl!gi g-gg. ?wmw$mimwwi .w , e, 4,m ,i&JtifUiiinim.)fJi& v-frivMw'yiU ,'&wV-i. B vsesssss&e. r( (; - $m -JMggasa;! ii'aeTmFlm!-mnm 1 S "I ! , - fv'y T"? PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All of the Quaker Brand. We have them. t - ;' LEDGER , PUBLIC im W0W""V A XJ-.y nKPDKlAVAN-mt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. niNHPP DRAC LEADING IIETAILER8. li rVJtUO JJU)OKB-MH ' ISURtl vvfT Pc g iuiMlrFiFyjQ JiifcxaiB lKulH EvVWXl A jt & i - P Mb'' JLfilll' -- , -m ' .i .V Tho Happy Soldier. 'ABOhlior of tho Legion "Lay dying In Algiers," ,Whllo a thousand weeping women ft'., ' Watchod him through a flood of to-us. ; But 'lie murmured, as his life-blood Ebbed at each convulsive throb: "Goo) I'm g)od I loft tho army , 1'or this moving-picture jobl" , Puo flAVAT.nV TO nTTATJrtT. AT rT.n. feV'T5" , . ORADO MINES. i,' " ?v, ,r . . wasmngton, -May l. uruors to quau j 'Colorado coal ptrlko zono wont from tho I'Var Dopar...

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. — 2 May 1914

V, ",?- The Hollow 'W THEIR JEW. NEIGHBOR . By LUCY CONKEY. r . k . to : r--- k ft rv fif J rx fy 1 1 0 r m ?:. s. FJjM ' v. it, i lf T , ,r &v- 8YNOP8I8. Challls Wrandalt Is found murdered In n road house near New York. Mrs. Wran lall Is summoned from the city and Iden tifies the body. A young woman who ac companied Wrandall to the Inn 'and sub Boqucntly disappeared. Is suspected. Wrandalt, It appoars. had led a (ray life and neglected his wlfo. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York In an auto dur ing a blinding snow storm. On tho way she meets a young woman In the road who proves to bo tho woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that tho girl had done her a service In ridding her of tho man who though she lovrd him deeply, had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. wrandall determines to shield her and takes her to her own homo. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Castleton's life, except that portion that rolatea to Wrandall. This and tho story of tho tragedy she forbids tho girt ever ...

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. — 2 May 1914

iK& 'SW. '-" "I M r You Suffering L ...JL A I Mh !.. I .. UlU-III LUAIUCIIIUII ys that Auto- WkWkWmWmWmWKmWtmtKMKKHKMKKKtkWKMmfm "poUonln& or the state of being poisoned, from toxic substances produce within tho body." This Is a condition due to tho stomach, bowels, kidneys, liver, or pores of tho body falling to throw off tho poisons. Mora than 50 of adults arc suffering from this trouble. Yhis Is probably why you arc suffering from nervousness, headaches, loss of f ppctltc, lack of ambition, and many other symptoms produced by Autointoxication. Your wholcsystcm needs stirring up. DR. PIERCE'S MEDICAL DISGCWERY (In Tabfat or Liquid Form) -will remedy the trouble. It first aids tho system to wmaI ,imfi1ttnr1 rvttenne Tf ;rt ft Jl trmlc nnrl finally enables the body to eliminate Its own i any OUtSiacaio. VDcy naiuios warnings, iuui utuii-i In tntjftncs will supply you, or you may cnu j iui a mufiu paduujs at ttblots by mall. Address Dr.ICV.Plcrcc, Uuaalo.N.Y. LAST WORD? SPOIL...

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. — 2 May 1914

wm fi 'tVi tt mKwmsi&m&tmsMwmmmms&M HiBJfW -tj-t-t fB" , i i Taiiiiii MMM-MWMri pPHE PUBLIC LEDGER daiit ixrirr atmtUT, ootTH or jult xaaKXMtTtxa j daiit axcir r 0OAT, yoUBTB or jout ; t n a Ann iiHHini bap .M rAVF. CURRAN, Editor. and Publishers P" FtioUtad tone Un in I owr;c-ruMO isnosn v"0' 01UncVIWpW "0 4U I HATBT1LLB. KT. t-i...4 . ih fatirll1r Kv. Pnatnfllec si iceond-cla malt matter. FV""'" " ' T' aUMVJtll'l ION a-llY MAIL. one vmr... iMiiwmU'wiwmiiiwt , on . 1 BO . 75 M4 Minttia TkHH Monti!.-. ' DJCU7SRKU BY 0AXR1BB, Per M onlh.. .... .. . -.......!W Cent y'i ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . - - Tho Federal league is beginning to appreciate, that base ball in season is a different affair from the winter article. Times-Star. . , The Pennsylvania Railroad Company had on April 1 exactly 89,002 shareholders, who held an average of 111.44 shares. This is the largest num ' J ber of shareholders tho Pennsylvania has ever had, and an increase of 12,756 as compared wi...

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. — 2 May 1914

.V , I I ' ''" II a jvy. WP' "$&:'? - '',. f-,! "Broken frionilship,' saj t a writer In n 'exchange, "like china, may bo ro paired, but will always show." And it h a bit of ronl truth aud wisdom. friendship is ft .precious thing too reclous n trensuro to bo carelessly Token or thrown away. ' It is only nftor a mnnlias luarned a rreat deal that ho begins to bo humll kited by his ignorance. -J Buck Kllby nays that, as between tho two, his admirntit'a for a tyrant is creator thnn his admiration for n nartyr. $15 FOR THIS .GENUINE MURPHY'S Jewelry Store. GEM W TO SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY ONE MILLION PEOPLE WANTED IN SUNDAY-SCHOOLS SUN DAY, MAY 3. WILL YOU BE PRESENT? Kentucky Sunday-School Association Co-Operating With Every Sunday School In State To Make "Go To Sunday-School Sunday" a Big Suc cessWill You Be There? Louisville. Kv. f Sneclal.) The Kentucky Sunday-school association Is co-operating with every Sunday-school in the state to make Sunday, May 3, a "Go-To-Sunday-school Sunday...

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. — 2 May 1914

,S'- '.V, , .;; K, ft v ly-V4 'i 'frpWvM' . JBoiKJfcr", 5 retfas.?- . ".i-v "L.Wi ' NJ- &W IMtfV- ,. r ' .-' ..U?- ft-- V. S t. ?: - Buy Your ummer Underwear from a roal Man's Storo Nvhoro propor fitting Is giv on and bottor soloctlon, and goods for less inonoy, , Is to bo found. 50c to $1.50 Per Suit too. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvillc's Foremost Clothiers. ;fl ...Jrpff5ityu-- MML.x. IiSSSpH n 'Ciww ' iTmt JBr" 'i """ I i 'Ssv':" " I - . i -t ',r i i i . -. i , 1 CARRANZA WILLING TO ARBITRATE PUBLIC; LEDGER H&LtiK iMil -f Washington, April 30. Svlft do volopments in tho Mexican crisis that brought Carranza,' tho Constitutionalist chief, within tho scopo of proposed sot tlomont plans, proscntcd n broadened flold of endeavor to tho South Amori can mediators today, and it was bo lloved thoir next movo would bo n roquosfc for n'n nrmlstieo between lluorta and tho northoru rebels. Carranza 's entry into this first big nttompt of rnn-Aniorknn diplomacy was confirmed early today by ...

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. — 4 May 1914

';, '-"', '. ',;- ' !- . '"'' fty-a i . i,, t . Uiiiw " ', i ' ' d&lV7xEI$f ; -' -..'?.-". "it ''"'" y . . . . .- . .;!x? -', ' JES ,ora ral Daniel linrfK nft lis 00th year, ruo at the cud. pickles was tho lnmandors who 'jugnt tno oaitie-w ucuysourg. lor Jecade ho was a fighter by profession ill his life ho was a fighter by na- 4 ' I ' iiiiiiiifliiiieiBiingiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 r fflmllm Will It Pay Me To Buy a Cream 5 ! Separator? Ask yourself this question, Farmers, then drop Kyln the next time you are in town and let us show you M we machine, explain it to you, and you will find your answer. This is the season of the year when you most need a Separator, so don't put off coming too long. MIKE BROWN. Ml :THE: I SQUARE TAEMEES OALL FOR -SIIEEP MONEY. 1 I havo rocclvod $800 from tho State iwith which to pay claims for sheep lull j'od by dogs. Farmers Interested will pleaso call at ,thoCo'unty Clerk's oflico. I J. J. OWENS. Wall Paper, Paint Rugs, . The Hendrickson Paint Co., 62 W....

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. — 4 May 1914

: ? ' . 4 " S J 1 )i? r ' LSM! HSf IBk. lnxf Mb " ' ' Wk1 -r v I" HJ HW V .iSjaaaJMKSSwqPiWfcv. !.' !ryy?T?h""; ""'" w lt'- -i ----- ... - n w inmiVMn MVHM TWT rfmi.r7iw EJWJWLIC LEDGER DAILT-KOJtrt iUNDiT, rOOBTH Ol" OLT, THAMKMIVWQ ' AND cnniBTXit. F. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. UA in I orrlos rUKLiu lcdhcii building, nU. 4U. J , KAT.Y1LLI. KT. I Anil l.ntiff fpoe Teiaphoto " .. i S . . i-ii at UieMaytvtllc, Ky .rostoffite iccotid-cUm mall matter. tiVUaVUirilONX-llY MAlu, OUQ Vfttr.HM.I.nDHMM - - .....-... .m.$3 00 Mix Montli. .. ... .....- - - 5" 'three Jioiitn. ,........-..........".- ............ UtCLlVKltJUU BY VAIllllJCJl, rer-3toulli......... . ...-...- C'cuu livable to Collector at end of JionlA. 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. If the people of this country dou't want to see a declining commerce, a vanishing treasury surplus and a diminishing customs .revenue they will vote Ihe Republican ticket in the Congressional election next November. A LOSS TO ALL, During the fir...

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. — 4 May 1914

ovo In the heart n'th6 eye?," sld who nover was ting pootry. uginning to put on Ing rapidly. cmau and Judge appointed niom- "S. aclng Commission, Long and Milton killed Wednesday (J district. Seven striker metj death liu nilnera j dcinol- in Mortfi China li'g for a 'century Jo district for pay- fa to vror.K inces' you assert, an out- 1 bo compelled to But tfiero is no from givhig them :r wajresi AMPS' of Soven, Nine," d Thltty Cents, liuod. ' r iirtnielut at Wash- id to iissuo Ave new J ordinary postage Liuuiiariy ior us on 10 vhlid for post man matter. Tho ho sAanio siro and orjlinary stamps fo"nd tho denomin- (black), nine-cent maroon), twenty- f tlifrty-ccnt (ver- ars tho Head oi e, from ilouuon's left. Tho border tho snmo as tho first six de ns of tho current 1sericj. The stamps bear tho head of " profile,,f rom Houdou 's bust, the left. These denomina tho samo border design as It eight-cent to one-dollar rins wero .fTso sent from tho ; to see that senders of par ked to see thnt...

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. — 4 May 1914

mmmimautmLm (MHIMM Jj ?; . ;'! i. ' 4 '"jJfc-'n'j V""' .' i '"'- s""""f" ," '. ,, v i , ,f "i r t r BAVAPN CROWN PRINCE TO WED Trapper's Son, Who Fought for Land, Gives Up. HM1 itslill i i ?HfflM, WF 3 CT i r it &n r4, ffe Compulsory Education Regulations and Illiteracy j tr ASH1NQT0N. Although six states pulsory sohool-attendanco laws, i; i 4' and Texas. Tho four local-option states, whero tho law Is In effect In cer tain counties only, aro Maryland, Virginia, Arkansas and Louisiana. . Tho bureau's Investigation of tho subject reveals a closo connection be tween lack of compulsory attendanco laws and illiteracy. The states rank In porcentago of illiteracy very much In accordance with tho length of timo compulsory schooling has been in effect .and tho completeness with which It iB enforced! Tho states vary widely In number of years and amount of attendanco required pach year. Tho period of compulsory attendanco is from eight to twelve in North Carolina and Virginia. In most stat...

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. — 4 May 1914

' Al' ijjmmiiiiiiiIniViihiiiiim' ""iT'i , ,, """" qIHpBSpiHBp?jB Jjr ' ' ' ' wiiiii'm i i i i I ii jj m. - ; : i l 5X3rlff IIAPP rarnrn -4- 't JERRY'S EMERGENCY r l II ill I J cssliiiQoHBibaaiiiiBTirik vilUIII UKWHmWmMmMsr HI mmWUJmfmBthnffStmW. JaagSJ iiw&i lwj ur K)DE3T By MARTIN GARIDALDI. XJmBPwI1 rwW' , iMH .1 CHAPTER I. A Meaaenge r fn iom tho North. i stood mono on the banks' of a mall stream gazlii ig down into trio clear water, my thought centering upon tho Journey he moward, wlion tho bushes opposlto p:.rted, and la man stood on tho bank scarcely d dozen teps away, with o tween us. It was i ily tho strfcam bo- lmo and place for caution, for Busplcld n of strancors, and my rlllo carao forwnjrd in lnstnht read! ueas, my hoart thr obblng Tsnth star- ilea Burprlso. tie 1: his own weapon res eld up both hands, lng on thb ground, boy," hjo called "Not so careless! across cheerfully. 'There Id no war, so far aB I know, bdtween white men." His easy tone, aB Jarred on mo, yet 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. — 4 May 1914

&ni JMfldtfMHllVflBk. maaaaaWH- r Ke Are Going To IJoseQur Store Sunday po all the boys can go to Sunday School and Church and be in a good humor Monday morning to wait on our fast-growing trade. rfc KK ffieo. H. Frank & Co. J r (Mavwllir's Porr most Clothiers. ...J. " 2dl. Nelson Bxatton amended tho f.iunornl or His granutatnor, itcv. n. J. fRnmoy at Ashland Thursday. yv -Wr. Pat O'Neal, of Mavsvillo. was the jjuest this we el; of his brother, Mr. . SMrs. Bello Adair and Mrs. Lawrenco Iqrton have returned from a visit to relatives in Mnysville. Paris Domocrat wrrvWF'i pPiis&iS mi - Al lUrBi tvilliuill AVLCUliia ux luu'at uu- nuobaa returned sfrom Ashla'ad, 'hero she nttendod the fuuornl of her father, SraKev. If. J, Itamey. teVs-2 sv Col, C. Y. Brower of Loxinuton, who ha3 been u most pleasing guest at the Central Hotel smco tho opemug of tlio , ball 'season at Maysvillo Tuosdny, re &iurncu nomo mis morning, jio mam1 'hosts of friends while her and tho kcjn .of the ...

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. — 5 May 1914

V M i.'.lsf '!,.-' ".''?v",v,v . . " " .f; fed by lads ftlm otnirn. fad pads rn, jiHgo. d effects they'd get ' Shnkcspcaro rave. Jot'ttit-seo a Juliet Jul need of a sliavc. lhakespearo had but Httlo choice i ltosalind was dono. ies she had n sqitcaky voice, times a baryton6. C. J. . d i : a 2&?:J fi&ro7$1&ikM, rtuvi g - u .YiBumr M -ts.iJMii l'M!'!Unff!K . I " Si-v;' PTtWV? S?yt .15r: tflr'S'.iftf J ASTrl""".1,1." "fff LEDGER . iv 0L7iKiHiaamB r ; ' i i mmmwBmmm l; ' fill . r rarrtjei J vii MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY ,5, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. (""3rrt"noc "designs in Wall Paper and Rugs at HENDRIOKSON'S. " CARD OF THANKS. Joseph Meyer, having sold out his lco business to Byron & Jscwdigate, .1 t 1 i.U....l. ..II 1.1.. ..nl.nlia fit tllill ly 'ltlSiri'S IU IUUUK illl 1119 Jiaiiui.o Jul ttiw ' patronage and bespeaks for his suc cessors thoir good will and patronage. If you want ico or the ice man fails to call on you, call up phone .'138. 5-2t LET UNCLE SAM GI...

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. — 5 May 1914

;4 i I V T fBgju OH- OBLYC i JDGER kxcirr umuat, ronntn or jdlt( rmKKtoiYWo AMD CIIKUTK". rURRAN, Editor and Publisher. f OttlOt PUBLIC LSDQM BUILDING, XATSVtLLI. KT. i e MayivUle, Ky.t roitofllce m ccond-claM mall matter. UnhnnA No. 40. aVIUiVUlPllONS-BY MAIL, )itftiYMtr.. "Blx Honlba.. lurtvilonuit. ..8 00 .. 1 BO .. 78 Per Woulb. DJSL1VXRBD Jir OABmSR, .80 Oenta fayaM to Oottntor at tnd of Month-. L SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. settling with Old Mexico we should remember we owe her much for giving us the tango. Incrican Express Company has taken over fed States Express Company's Lehigh Valley act. Actual terras have not yet been agreed I. but percentage of operating privileges to be nlfd will not exceed 45 per cent. The contract will )Q for a short term, not in excess of two years. AN ESTHELIO BOOZE-FIGHTER. Elbert Ilubbard says Americans are less intellec tual than Germans; it is a noteworthy fact that jvery time Elbert has taken on ji load of Limburger meesc and Budwciser bee...

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