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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 11 May 1914

i T R.: '.i zsr. i , .- vi . -.0' w l-j&BJk3JllS la, ia.a.J.Miii,jM' f: 255S PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All of the Quaker Brand. We have them. S88S PUBLIC LEDGER to (A'!,I aRPVVUOAtl-tWI Ajj.r rvuuo hUDans-issa, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MAY 11, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. nilMnPJP DDHQ LEADING RETAITjEItS, UllNljCK tSKVJo., XQ7 IF. 8 ECONO STREET m m i I TT I3I. finwil lllSlgjEIsS WS WW iS t wml. n?-. i V I. p. .cTi NVVV . ' -. Littlo drops of water, In the can of milk, Bring tbc milkmatt's daughter Pretty gowns of silk. $1.00 Show ior 23c nt River t (.light. Counsel for Leo Frank, charged with tho murder of Mary Phagan, will ask for annullmcnt of tho verdict because tho cdnvtctcd man wns not hi the court room when it was rendered. NOTICE. Messrs. Frank II. Clark, W. E. Stall cup and W. T. CummiMs havo been ap pointed supervisors oi taxes by tho Board of Council of tho City of Mnys villo for tho year 191-1, and thoy will meet in tho Council Chamber iu sai...

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 May 1914
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 May 1914
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 May 1914

icBmv9KL p.vnmmjn r- w l?A' ? ttf . m. r L i rfc mm II c ". SilH't.YaVBi ' '- y ' . ... , ., . . i . i i BKk k i r smr CN 1 IjOOuCCVITi gfnfrai viiia and his gasminf oharrfr' rarrrm'K iaw.- - . . u t KHffj&Pyf 1 I W O-JLYCJJm & J I B Chihuahua haslnevcr bcenlprqtfqriy BfiBHsW J lJ T TV dry PC JF J J 1 B H "HI BU-"V eyou" unless tho German engineers U$9mP'' i N s t!w' js. "1 ML fl5v f jm wrk,nK tor Terrazas surveyed it ir. lHK m.W A 7S M jZXxL Hk. I Wm E.) bfe. & T Bl ItB cnt,"oty. In fact thero aro stJJ. V Ur mm Am k Jlimv m T if m mmw. B FXA myi largo areas whore it la highly probable Wlv I J -..'.-. J WWm m JVJfviilcm. Im I II Mm mT vV mmw i wWv ie lmu no mnn wlth tho possiw- exeop- v IF i K flHWl'' CX iTl WtSmKMA&ZsM XJ- J-VJ. 1 mm & Wm sm.1 -'' N 2 t,on of BOmo In(lla A has beon v I Eti maWWr 'si!! litafcBtllf il teH !IXv'V"flv,i eLl. Ww t ' r mmt tamjSim HmVCTw Jmfr&ML wL V ? " fcygsMj''',j' ifL V ' 3"fl-Mfa vaa.jK.yiy ukt YiiiUi sBtmmsm3liSfl5w5Kvjf5'ka...

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 May 1914

mm ? r.$!m mm X F jjf IW. m Mr' I 1 G "V f- ' ' it csq sVNDOTHE Cities .acock Alley Gets Its HV YORK. When Georgo W. Boldt years nco that ho would put an end als who woro fleecing his patrons out WHAT )wK?fijfa ral ijC CnrftTB) 3 HrVC IV " JT Al YOU CQTl Jk xsJjtmX ? MWk - Vi flHPUf JPPPJ t ( tho head of tho procession of ojectod. rhey wero sorely nettled at being prevented from consummating n pfot to en biock m an imnginary gold mine A week previous ono of tho Smith shopper who took tea In tho Waldorf fund threo others, two women and a Wealthy patron. They had the plot so consuir. a "lawyer." sno satiBiied herself that the lawyor tho weaitny patron would consult (of his own volition, aa ot "Lord Harry," he of the mauve spats and English walking Bult nnd the scieganuy gowned Kitty. Joo went Into his offlco nnd studied tographs. Theso show faces of confidence persons, hotel thieves and Interna tional crooks, and Joe has been 20 yoars .over the Imposing llnger-prlnt nrt gallery of the...

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 May 1914

j-iA l-i. .",-iF z. -t' y ca f ft LVA ' re" - fe to Jtt .h' HK- k w ft Kf , V, d&i In the Game "Wo're In to win ' " Thero la tho greatest caro tak ca in tho production ' of our v ,clQthes for our Boys' Department- Tho Tailoring Is of not alone consciontlous offort but workod with a skill born of knack and practice-. Let your boy try on a suit of our GUARANTEED CLOTHES and you will roadlly boo their superiority and tho reason for it . as explained is Tailoring which is just as fine as found in tho best mado Mon's Clothes Efficiency and volumo ponnlt of economical pricing. Ileo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvillf s Foremost Clothiers. riitr , LEDGER V Mrs. Oacar Grigsby left today fMwfiv frt -inln linr hiiHh.irifl for W " ov" Airs. ionn vjonneii pi xuria is viaiuuy S -.r -r r, 1. . T-.l 1- ..!.lll " 'v . . -.r -.. T . 1! nor sisicr, ivirs. rnnici uieuauu, iu Mayslick. J ,MS. Geo. B. Brown and little son, Thoodoro cro hero from Paducah for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,a. W. Wa...

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. — 12 May 1914

3. A. '.' .. v. S '' j Hi, tla 'Ibk:, ' 1 Iflre;''1 I'HneiUXii&'to.-L.te -,?- Iniiiiiiiii i ! ' mj-j Mggaaugji-mt i iim i m n, '"u!EgSB ..in - i-mmtasr ". ,.,"' '.rrmiisg ' ip;';'r TJTTBTTA Jilfflili TT?nrilJP ' HI jp rUBLlt HP LliDljJiK - . H kBLHHBWmr 14 . - - - ., -nii-nin,. ,,, . .1 i -i i -1 - ti i nn.n..rui -i i ' ri i n n" - - - . -. - - - --- . . . "-A Hflnn' 7a y-Tl . n rhi.n n n injmi i " "n '" iinnfinn -nir-if-ir-tfirir- -y i - mm -- - - -- --..- . . ... . . Hf',u j.ci-ioA-m MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914. WmSNZ:.-W &WrI YiM-50M KLraWH hs tMi uoori BiK ' '10 throw t,liyss at him ftl1 his 1!fc fiw?ivr i HB Mrav And ono an Mn iruPeCk salll! ttMv dmSmb BSjhL&VV' "Y6ur aim '8 good now, but dear friend ' KAHH PHks; I hopo yoif'll miss mo when I'm icmni1' R3rVjm (Pi. Hho throw thttgs at mm an ms mo, And ono day Mr. Honpcck said: "Y6ur aim '8 good now, but dear friend Wif' , I hopo you'll miss mo when I'm dead." Luko. , RobberB looted Central City Postofl...

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. — 12 May 1914

& TO w fr'r J Wwmwww': 'f- ': LM - w $fc ,N Ln-P w ' Vfl w T, jti-li' .2:Jr &ixj& Aa 3JSL?trJ t'i3 ;..' V; J' a f THE PUBOt LEDGER DAttTKtrtrt BOltDAT, JOOHTH Ot iVLXt tlUHKialYWa axd cnniKtMAB. A.JUCU.KRAN, -'Editor and Publisher. UoaUnJl bone Mo AT orlrioa runLio LfiuAKit UuiLums, ' WATftVILLX. KT. , '.". Kntdht the MiYivlUe, Ky roitoffice a gccond-clatt mall matter. svsaouiruoNs-vY mail. m Nix Montli. . TlirtrHluntti.. ...n oo nat.tVKIiKl) JiY (tAHItlSlt. rer Monia... .-... ...-. ...- ..........! Cent fryotUto goltfctorattftii or lonth. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS, CASH IN ADVANCE. Col. Roosevelt is coming back. ' ' Thanks. ' ' That will give him plenty of time to blow himself out of the running for 191(1 OUR IDLE ARMY. There aro in the United States tit the present time more than 1,000,000 idle men. No', I didn't count them, hut I give you the rule by which 1 ciphered out the number. . "When the Pennsylvania Railroad system a week or so ago had 38,000 idle freight cars, it ver...

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. — 12 May 1914

?TO JP : 1 Ki junpjH T ESTOTFT"? f, .j w vw ' - 1 l: ,; - , ' V w A IiJi' 3V".' fe ., . ti-"- 7' Ya m A 7 - L.' V . , " M " In this country tho only man cntlroly froo to oxpross his opinion is tho ono who hns noithor mqnoy, a job toor a business of his own. MISS LAURA STALLO TO WED. Cincinnati, Ohio. Tho cngii intent 1-as bocn announced of Miss Lama Mc Dcaald Stallo, of Clnclnniitl, yrund daughtor of tho lato Alcjciwlnr MuDoti aid, to Prlnco Francesco K(?Mpgliosl, of Home, Italy. McDonald win h Standard Oil Magnate and willed ins t'oituio to his granddaughters, Laura and Helen i. Miss Stallo's youngest Hint-ir, llileua, married tho Prince Murnt, of l'aris, c cently. KENTUCKY ACADEMY OF SCIENCE ORGANIZED. A meeting of prominent scientists tho State was hold at Stato .diversity. Lexington, Friday morning and an Acadomy of Scionco organized for tho State -with Dr. Joseph II. Kastlo, di rector of tho Kontucky Experiment Sta tion, olocted presidont; Prof. M. P. Smith, of Central Universi...

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. — 12 May 1914

y7Cvr;,v.r3 MM? r ( I I '-' . z1 yx--'K ' ', w 'Vlr:itj ' - J V ,.' u r & m 'IS. " i , ,f u f T ,HB Clothes we sell wa never designated by that time hoh orcd pliraso "as good oa" for tho simplo reason that thoy are better than any oth er garments you can And anywhore. v-t'vYou will find they'ro designed cor f j rectly. tf" Out with unerring skill. $- Tailored by men who use their brains i . with tholr hands and from woolens of J Btorllng purity. tj,:" Thora la no extravagance in pur chasing such clothes at any fair prlco Wi certainly not at the prlcos wo quote oeiow; $18.00 ?20.00 f $22.60 $25.00 - $30.00 Vo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICfiiLEDGER iIrs. Elijah Bates and Miss Jsabelle Koy spent Saturday with friiMds in Au gusta. Mrs. A. C. Cook, of Georgetown, O, is visiting Mrs. Knto CoqU of Ejt Spc- omj tesfc ill avy -3"&.iatrepfc. 1 ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Chirk of Portsmouth r 'ft v worn tho guests of Prof, and Mrs. Bobort .T. yesterday. Bullett of Li...

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 May 1914

-CHSJrn,r v ' v , .- I PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All of the Quaker Brand. We have them. ONE COPY ONE CENT. DINGER BROS., 'MUg!AiBSg55kmr . ff ' PTIRT JC iB LEDGER . B Brl 01' A . - - - ... - - - - - - - rii-innrinnnnnrir r rrrr.i-irin-i-nni-.-i --"nl-r -i 1 -- . -----,- ---------- nMi.iila .. . .- - ...-. .--,--.--,-,-,- , , ,- r . , , ., - "Sr OSk t iMvl f i e.''" BB H-M ua- MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1014. 'SfiS&jMI 19 E. ft i m K fSti w5i :i. fcv ) r"-- 1 I 1 Jl Jl i LC , T10 Modorn Styles. lfnPKtnMd P-Ve Said Willio Jones to Tommy Smith, fj Iff TO7MlBi I V - "My goodness gracious me; iKliffiKfly .JraRfMKJIi Tho Modorn Styles, Said Willio Jones to Tommy Smith, 14 My goodness gracious me; Our styles am simply going to Tho Dickens, don't you see." Said Tommy Smith to Willio Jones, "That's what I liko to see Tho moro thoy to the DlckcMs go Tho moro it pleases mo." Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Pirst Baptist Church will moot this afternoon wi...

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 May 1914

Vfc 'VMJJTT 'f-'T l"" ' .: "A-A .,- 'T i, a'TL yx V -? if v ? imuuiuujinmiijjipiJ''iH"ETg,p - frt. r 'tfK : J . ('y- .. - t w vj -(, m it"1 toe Kfi p.- ' r. frC 'Yr M ' WBW THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1UU.T-K0IW OKAT, rbDRTB 01" JULT, tHA.HBlTIM8 A. P. OURRAN. ----- Editor and Publisher. Cooal tnd Iiodk . 'Jittanre tb a pnone No. 40. orrioK ruBLio LKuum bdildims, . MATITU.LK. KT. ,ffitct;d it thc.'atofr'riUc. Ky., rotoffice n second-elm, mntl nmttcr. 'fiffSL. Bunsvjtiruoxa-ar mail. Onu Vrr...... nix flionun- . ..$3 00 ... 1 BO .. rtirtt ffloiitti....MMM .................' D&UVSUKV BY VAMltlSS, Per Moutu. ........ .... Cent Payability Collator' at tnd of JinM. LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. A city that is dirty physically, cannot be clean . -.I T J TT 1.1 A U OV morally, says tno umcago necoru nuruiu. -u. EL that is dirty morally, is dirty politically and every -r" . jt Mother way. ? ' The omnibus pension bill was passed by the House ,'- Thursday. It carries appropriation for $109,150,7...

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 May 1914

&T n XW:t :M I row. v .!? m ! IN IWl i I II W1WWHM i H lllH I I H l I I i ' I TmwWWmZM&t:Mg9lW&&L''l?-:t&.. V"v '.v' - !-,. ,. sB8MiaiKftsywyE'""MwtM-'-itc' -"'- - -----: :MMMMM.MMM.MM,M,,MMf ., , mmammmmmmm S!" . '" " ' r." - " Tr ' ' ' 'I C ' I Tho optimist is n welcomo guest af every fireside -and tn every bus.Moss of fice, because he brings "hope and good cheer. Therefore, bo nn optimist. riESX DISTRICT SCHOOL IS BREd. IiIANTLY LIGHTED, THANKS TO THE WOMEN. Tho -HHhting of the First District School is now on accomplished fact. Tho Puront-Tenchor Association cm boldoncdby the success of their Feb ruary sale, decided to abaudon tho orig inal cheap concept, install concealed wiring and a double circuit to iMsuro fliiflieicat light. Hut an Incrcaso in tho current means an incrcaso in currency; and wo hnvo learned as did Darius Green with his flying machine "In planning our wings for a loftier flight, the moral is to tako care how to flghtl " Slnco tho Chargo to 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. — 13 May 1914

BfflS 3 A "ifcSiii Mi A fe i&- W W m kllE Clothe we sell aro uovor designated by that tliho hon ored phraao "as good as" for tho simplo reason that thoy are hotter than any oth i-er garmonts you can find nnywhoro. p xou win una wey re uwmhuvu .-ui- T xccUy, i'r H rti. tr4fi ifnnrr.ncr ft If lit. n . ru . -t. :. .- " ..... -..... . 'I'Bimfni nv thrti wnn iisn tunir uraiiis -Jik with thoir hands and from woolena of .V f sterling purity. $ Thoro la no extravagance In pur. Jjt t1" chasing such clothes at any fair price; i .cortalnly not at tho prices wo quoto fyy M''below: ' 518.00 520.00 w- 522.50 $25.00 530.00 fctv lT,eo. h Frank & Co. Maysvillt's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC lJkjmSl lfJHiVr LEDGER iM & IMr. AVill Lurty of Chicago is visiting if his aunt, Miss Sallio Burrows. Mr. Rosecrans Murphy of Now York is visiting his siste, Mrs. John Hunt, of Fourth street. Ji ' " i, Jp-' luunii of Indianapolis, is r son, Mr. Carl coburn on pet. fta Stephens speMt Sunday iii.lmothcr, ...

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 May 1914

,HHST -", ."l 1)11 I,', )-'- - ' i. ,'. .HM-MWH.M. i -. - .. ., ,.., ,,,.,... - . ,l .,....,. , .,.. mm.,. .... , I. . .1 ,..,. I ., , ... I PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT PUBLIC LEDGER m AH of the Quaker Brand. Jr We have them. JL 6ne COPY ONE CENT. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914. HTNHPP RPHQ IiEAMXG RETAILERS, m Au I . Ht-m- -w- -- v. kMT'.X wrur. mmm mMm m V& - ! I. 1 J . vf "!" M e.i. i iVsJ w Charity. Thcro are sumo follows In this land, I hnto to say it, brother; Who give a dollar with itoo hand And graft two with tho other. Cincinnati Enquirer. Thcro are somo fellows in this land, I have a certain few in mind, Who will givo you a helping hand 'And then will kick you from behind. :iick. Mrs. Ralph Wnlburn of Lexington l tho guest of her aunts, tho Misses Lee of Market street. " Mr. A. Fox Respess of Frankfort is in Maysville, his old home for a visit to his father, Cof. T. A. Respess. Lovott, spokesman for the railroads before Senate Committ...

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 May 1914

n (H F$. WL ft, mmi' HBuriift1 mmmwSI Vjuv : mm Vrt-wfcr 7Vr9 " , ----MmmiaimaeammmmtmmmBmm$mma&fWaimt&tBKiWttsmtatM9MmmBm :.--- r, .r-zz-T'' """' - -.-n" rr 1 -. n ... 'irfjn- f ni ' 1 '-- - - "1 " '" ' ..... ---M!l-""'1' JYTT. .JWfcg Ji'dVf'"X K ' - - -iiiiMiMMMIMrtOTMMnMlTWT liT Hi 1 1 1 -- " "if-rti " I 11 --- . Ehe public ledger AlLT-IXCrT 0MDAT, FOURTH 01 JtJLT TBAHKQtYINfl Anu CHniTni A. P. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. r 1 1 ' Lool mi uoujt Vl.wiryn g t''"j" ' t- in I omen roiaia LF.Daitn nouDtttu, nu. jui 1 MAT8V1 KATiTILLl. KT. Knttr.'J at the MnyivtU. Ky . rottoffice as sceond-claiu mall matter. sunavMiPiioNs-DY mail. One Yrnr Klx Month. y.m Alnnflll DHUVSRKD BY UAKUlJCn, vmm nfnuiii ............ ....... .. cent as 00 MtllMt I fgyqMf to Collictor at end of J QttA. LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. iVontv-eieht thousand women Workers arc em- W ployed in the mills and factories of Belfast, Ireland. It is proposed that our public telephone boxes ' - shall bo equipped...

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 May 1914

.V?. A V V? K - Hi," ' . ". ..L A& wsm-t w. r,r. I mX r'-' J1E& '' Ht' .-ffl-fr', ' .; vv' KiL - MPtI l "' -t..'' nw.l .W. A' ' ' . . . . i .- Stunts! Tho men havo f otight nnd- fought and . 'For sklrtlcss bathlnc suits: Pp'Oy said, "Jolks, do, wo want ;cmf i why you cwa bot your boots." lnd now the worn on of Detroit Want biff iron fences set J round the. women's bathing beach. I That' all the thanks we get. Ball schools are affected. Frankfort, Ky May 11. All city ools in tho Stnto are included in the to adoption of text btoks for the t five years, to bo made next month ho State commissioner, according to pinion handed dow'4 by Judgo Stout ranklin Circuit Court. Tho law ex id cities of tho first four olassos. 11 a suit brought to construo tho udgo Stout held the oxcoptlon in o and said tho State should adopt oks for all tho schools. LPXISTS ARE TO BE WELL REPRESENTED. lucky will havo a big rcpresonta- I tho Southern Baptist convention Ivlli bo held this week in, Nash- inn....

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 May 1914

& fit .K r- ..-. ?Vju W I-.' W 1'P- p. ' v HB" Olothoa we sell arq paver designated by that time lion. ord phraso "as good as" for tho simple roacon that thoy aro bettor than any oth- -or garmonta you con find anywhoro. You will find thoy'ro dosignc'd cor rectly. ( Cut with unerring skill. , Tailored by men who uso their brains with tholr hands and from woolqiw of sterling purity. There is no oxtravaganco in pur chasing such clothes at any fair prlco; certainly not at tho prlcos wo quoto below: " $18.00 . 20.00 $22.50 1 $25.00 '-. $30.00 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvlfle's Foremost Clothiers. oiltr PUBLIC LEDGER Mr. Georgo II. Frank Is spending n few days In Cincinnati. Miss Louiso Host of East Second street is visiting in Cincinnati. " , U. L. Turner of Mayslick was a busi ness visitor itt Maysvlllo Monday. County Judge W. II. Rice was Cincinnati yesterday on business. in Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Tyler of German town were shopping in this city Mnn- day. ' Mrs. James S. Dawson of Hous...

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 May 1914

4 ' V IT . j. - IV .4.' ';m &j m ', A fl Wlf ft Inn . $ ho Horrors of War. trta to old Willyum .1.: Ilnp you on tho wrist;" yum J. to Huorta: ,rNay, now, T Insist I" Luke. jfoing Jn Judgo Whltakor's yestorday. Good town. fSCAPE JFOR O'NEIL. HAPPY' 10 'Noil of Augusta was up ball gamo hero yesterday, turning down town after a car load of players, ho pr machine and tho whole to tho ditch wliero they aro laying the sower at tho corner of Second nud Lexington streets.. Luckily, no ono was hurt and the machitto was only slightly damaged and ho soon had it out of tho hole and was on his way in .short ordor. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show tbo steady output of coal during the last few years has made the dealers push for wider markets, We aro going to get moro tade your trade by giving you a greater value for your money. You will never get out of debt uuless you buy wisely, MAYSVILLE COAL CO. phone us. SHINGLES! SHINGLES! We have just received one large CAR LOAD...

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 May 1914

:') Ik S .'. v k. rv- R . jiLj .& P f T KT S. - jXf&fte&iXw. grii"!ffWWg "m ' ' ' "..'. ll.'i;l,;"nnlrVl;-i'.'r' 7fe.Ttla&u " i THE PUBLIC LEDGER ' DAItT KCJPT BOMDAt, rdORTU 01 JOIT, TBANKiOlYlHO Ann ii ti mm M9t A. F. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. 91t0Pf To .phone No. 40. ornoR ruBi.io lkdoeii builmno, HAT.VILI.1E. Kli Bntcr.'d at the iMavtvllle. Ky . roitofllce as gceond-clM mall matter. svnauHinivNsisr maiu. Oiig Tfonr..... ..,.......... Nix jioiuii- 83 00 . 1 00 . 7B Tltrto Jlf.ntli !- ...." DJCUVJCBSU 1SX UAJilUJSK, Per Montli ,0 wnl PgyabUtoColltctorattnd of Jottt. .4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The East Jordan (Mich.) Enterprise says that tariff revision downward has cost the farmers of that section 30 cents per bushel on all potatoes marketed. The singular thing about it is that the consumer has not profited from his reduction in price. Thclwall thought it very unfair to influence a child's mind by inculcating any opinions before it had come to years of...

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