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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 5 January 1914

iinwrr-TiviiT-ri tt rir r" -'iiT","ir rn'if m TiTir1-1 i ' ' '" '" "i I r"i"i' IP"vrY' ' Tin"iiMWi ' tVuturyryinStf & --!SS?r:!i "JLiffff-??ey.-. r-1:-!". r,.-""'y''l'?'?. - jpf'Tm-Tn ni TiFinaT? ' s f "-- -" " - - "--- .. -. . I AIMBH MOLASSES r II a Hi a if SB?' r IK SK pW' S '.I,. - IS $?' 1 flTWF' is v A IJ L I? ' ? J Bra mVii wilt Wfl A -tlif Href1' Blotters, calendars, bllls; I fB. These things I did nof Leek K I havo enough of pnpor straff I &" . To run my stovo a weokA THff r The city schools re-opcu tuilty, K rs ' ,T" McDouglo is qui tie. ill at mk nut iiuino in mo west ami. I uoi. dames stowart, ono of Mays- IK: villo's pioneer clgarmnkors, who has I J I turned out liis millions of tho fraWant ? V ' weed, has gono to Cincinnati to work at j 21 n.o cr.uii uuiiiL-s la u iiiv.ivjiiu uoj niori M h.u n .In Tn t. ms la a rnailt.. I K... I l and was born ami roared hero, huncc yon I wS, ho, will bo greatly mls&od in working Youl JK . circles. you Lav ' nntyj TrrAtn to...

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 January 1914

A, -.f 5--: $m. IlilSBGiSEIMR , '-?&2ZiiSA. fffl .'DAt-ilX0rt,-0DA??lrJtB T tWMAVOlTIM - -v'.:. .y D0""tj J!laBBBBBBBBBEBM?r IP-' u It J AfP. CURRAN. Edltor.and publisher. No. 40. 1 , .f.-l &nd IjOllff " ' 31uno T)pbon - - ii otnoi rosLio Lxnicn BBitoiNs, XJ.TITIM.I. KT. a viiamim unh-b ymah., IK jnattu. .. . rtreJtot.. IIMWWm'wilHWWHMt .mW-WI 1 BO IB SailTSRBD BY OJUtSlAM, rmr Motl- .". - fgyattoto OoUtotqr at tndJtiMHtt. ICeata ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. I&, m The new currency law contains one good feature. T. !l ..IUukI linnlro in lllVPBf. II 11011.1011 01 Ii:. '-H- 'iJuruHwj uuHuuin w"""1 - - a ?-: their funds in farm mortgages under certain re strictions. This will place more credit at the ser vice of the farmers and furnish the banks with a ', desirable line of investments. It is a pity that this reform was not adopted years ago. Tho idea is not new. MORE "HIGH COST" BUSINESS. The investigation into the affairs of the 'Frisco . Bailway discloses that its fi...

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. — 5 January 1914

&,' 2$: 7 4 3 -ft. . ,r: ' 'J ' r w 5. W- "afc ki -..f " v. 'ft - p ?-. ' i.:.' i , k !$:..- r v ..n ' . A.tf .; sv fa t - ''"ii pfi'3v-A & 9 i' -S fc . s,1 V ,H irm HP yt;?' St." ?w?5a,- ''.'"Pyi'ft.'' i v axjB iJ:-,f2'-. mkIi iK f-'WIH .-H, . iwwpt -Tho Pon, vlvnnia I Public Utilltlos "Act, afToctinjA ovary public servlco cor -,,, potation in thlt Stato became otfcctlvo v Thursday. . ' Just A3 a mat Is judgod by the com ,' .pany ho koops,Uo an advortisomont Is " often judged "by Who character of tho medium it is In ' DO YOtf OWE F It TH23 LEDQHB7 . Tn beginning of .a now year la at band and It is necessary to collect all outstanding subscriptions. Tho Oovornmont requires us to collect these accounts or elss drop tho nnmos from our list. 1 Tho Lodger has boon vWy lenient in this regard and a pro rant response to this notification Is oxpoctort. Do It now. RECORD PRICES Entire Floor Average $14.37. No rejections Ruggles Bros., Crop Average Dickson & CalverlL Crop Average ...

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. — 5 January 1914

MUIjJHHIHjhMhTI!??1)! t1Maa& rsife lltl'lMllJJMM I II L 4 ' ?. I wmwwrwmmmm7J'Tsm sisbps?; -??' '" - .' : r" t -v x '',:-.. v . ; w ,?- '(""Vt vV"f . . : - ;V'' !... rtv i-tfi . "' .5 4. m fa . mjf F)f T ft1- " j .a K mr VHP V Br Ajv mffi IB J.1 JBHEKj flflBHraii 5r ?- ? ' "'""' ' " fMs Is tht Timo and This in toe xtihvq zur uouuiuu BARGAINS IN SUITS ;AND OVERCOATS All Fall and Winter Suits eotd at big dis count for cash, Be sure and bring your cash. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllc's Fsrenost Clothiers. .11'' I . . B "nsgerscr MAYaVlLLM, X7 , y. -.,' ' Mr. B. 0. Nash rotumod homo last W B'ffhl from Chicago. ' Mr. Joo Oois rotumod to his homo in Newport Friday morning. Mrs. Bollo Rodgors of Chicago, is hero tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. James Egnow of East Third street. Miss Isabollo Knight of Sharpsburg is visiting Lor cousins, Misses Evelyn and Mary Woodson Taulboo. Mr. Pickett Jlclmcr of Paris spent the day hero Sunday -with his mother, Mrs. Louiso Ilelmer, of Wall street. Mr. C...

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. — 6 January 1914

DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers I1UIIII1IIIIIIIII1UI11I1IHMIIIIIIIIIM l. ;V ;t The new acano shifter was a un Oh, ho, was truly green. He wont nml cut tho snowsto Above n parlor scene. Today is tho last ilay for liscon January 1st gas bills. It is said that another big clAe fighting orgio was pulled off nlacld Ohio Sundav nlcht abovo th city and that Maysville sport eW -homo with pockets full of Kale; no Portsmouth, Ohio, butcher dropping $300. &f Uc; inn loose for V pA" otu tiV i i it WMmmMtk WSSmm llMfyWiAffiy&h,y& 'Jl LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Happy New Year ou and All Dear to You a 1913 has Anally boundod into Father Time's groat volume of days o-past. We want to say our thank you and good wishes across its ng') ag 11 s. For the lavors you have shown us we are sincerely grateful. I yonr book of the dayB-thatareto-come be a continuous record of itbliappinesi and increasing prosperity. The Mason Lumber Co. " jjKUwW LEU DERS r-mrrssgggg8 !f. Seiiond and Limestono...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 January 1914

r b r 4 - r L tr- t-s "V, '! A 'Vvi h-. W " .V( ' ' ?, MUM rV ,Hf winr -r-rmmfTi aapaatoW" " iimnvnmmmixnamm i" KKtiJhi "5' " c. ' P ' if TFIE HJBUOLBbgSB dult-tuoSjt uuiT, rooi tfr jolt, iAirn Alf OUtST. . " '" k. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. r" MHMOTH I"" " - 'I """ ' r' I ...... . . I I I MJLD1H0, 'M V , V' " ? r,H aaaauHirnosa-ar MJith. Yr BJSUYXBS MY OA.RIHJIB, r MtmUfc., ,-n, .i-n-l .. m-..--W eU P&ibU t Oettoettr at find ,of. JtonM. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. l$f Secretary Bryan is to speaic to inu iuuuuul-viui ' vjiui) in m uoiu ciitf iucbuo; ""'uo' admission is not stated.- Lexington Leader. fr". V. 1 H 'V Potatoes arc on the free list in the new Tariff law, yet potatoes are "going np." Now it to an nounced that the Government authorities will bar ' out foreign tubers because of the prevalence of blight abroad. Again it is shown that schedules of duties have- little to do with the cost of living. Troy (N. Y.) Times. THE PEOPLE WILL ATTEND TO IT. "While we al...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 January 1914

V m : ,'! ."it .'. J i $ . v n : l . -'--'wii. M: . & .. f , 1 'TWfo'Oll would bo Kppy ns lirothors, And a boautlful V'orld this would bo, p ( '. IInl it merely hopithctt that others -V i. V"Woro only as porAyct ns wo. 'i' January Woman WTomo Companion. Massachusetts in 1013 grow cranbor riea valued at $l,002,2rtfi. DO YOU OWE FOE T3EE1 LBDOBB7 Tb beginning of a now year Is at bond and It is necessary to collect all outstanding subscriptions, Th Government roauirci its to colloct these accounts or else droptbe aatnea from our list. The Ledger has been von lenient In thia rogard and a prompt mponsa to thl notification is axpectfld. Ifo it now. RECORD PRICES Entire Floor Average $14 Rupgles Bros., Cr Dickson & Calvert Calvert & Hopper, rop p Yon know where AMAZON Third and Lexington Strep I Tt In 1 THOSE wiro iR 'xVitxsvv decide what would (ire the mast pleasure to S 1 the persan you want to please. Here aro ' I 1 values wqrth immediate attention. Tickets given on the Diam...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 January 1914

re m w .. '"i;,' V I'., i ,r HP Ky ' V IPr. r.n I 7 f. 7 I.This li the Timo and This tho Place for Genuine BARGAINS IN ; SUITS AND OVERCOATS All Fall and Winter Suits sold at big dis count for cash, lie sure and bring your cash. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Forenost Clothiers. ' ""i '"- PUBLICiSgLEimEIl UAYUV1LLM, Mt, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Storcr of the Vcounty ; jt Wells of aro . tho guests of Mrs. W. E. East Second street. Mrs. Walter Swisher and little daugh- P'-tor, PhyMs Muriel, havo returned homo . , iiiicr n visit to iurs. xi. a., iuorgau, in Cincinnati. . Mr. James Harvey Salleo of Coving ton, a talented embryo attorney and at: ox-Mayavillo man, has been hro the past week visiting his many friends. Mr. John It. Morford of Covington, ,' Tvho has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. II. Eichardson for sover.il days, loft yesterday for a visit with rola- ;.;-tivos at Lexington, Ky. 1 Mr. C. S. Kirk, Secretary and Mr. C. ;N. Bolin&or, a director of the Maysvillo '-, Syrup ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 January 1914

L'ip'S'WPW!SsW W ' Aif 9 wfimMW'Mjay" "Wh JJMi(!fpmmWJWJfi2fQf?w' HMimnnmnnnnmiiuiHi SHEW 1111 A " LEDGER IflULAOOCO E Just tappod, a burrol of vory fancy Opou Kettle. Bring your jug. JklJl nnjT-Ajt m! Ji ' ' ""r -" iJ m m WV(AlAMMAAWWWWWMWUWWMWWMMlK BBBMlTfll - tin l L tiAJKJflK3j -" ' . - -- - ------ - - -- mri - ...... ...a.- ,.r - --.--... . t -, . ' P y;iMiiiB.lggy'jawgggW - -i ."T'rTV :. .'"""". .''-, y.. ..ptn.'M.'- -'.-7" p-"'y;'j'"''i''-wi. -wi 'igsiwr.-r;)w1)yiiwwlwi CROP vuiHm, f .I n n jxjTJTj-Lrx-iJO-u'uru-iarirTri-r wiriinrirM'W'wM-w-ii-M--"".-- J Ht 1 i' Ik ml rl HP Mnry had a llttlo lnnib, u, ? IStr Which lived in Plemlngvfh-; Mnry had a llttlo lnnib, Which lived in riomiii It Btlll can get a lot of hoot When oxer It is ill. , Cnpt. Marion Parker, a former Mays villian, hug been appointed one uf the now detectives at Covington and will work in the Lntonia districts. Portland, Me. Mri. Eliza Mcrril, who celebrated her one hundred nnd third birthday says she Is still n...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 January 1914

My fmfi'. & .., 2?M '25 ..? --1KJ5-.' tii'c rf. 7.tfr. -T,A. .- ,! - WES.! tm inltiVTflif 7ft mjMBw1 ilS";; 1aLHK$BKd A. P. CURRAN; Editor and Publisher. ' tiooal and Lons Un AT I Olsuno Telephone u 1 orncK ruBLio lkdoiii BOibotMO, XATBTILLB. KT. aVD3UHiriWNa-B7 mail. ems Vr............-.M. .... ..-.... 00 Hlx Montto. . ......... .- no rhrtr .MOUill.......,......-...."" ' &J-. B,rrJ.r ' :.re ; ' D ICU VSR ED BY OABRiKS, IVr IMonHi.,.....-.. . r -S3 Cnt PayabUto Collector at end of Month. '''ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The revenue derived from liquors, tobacco and snuff in 1912 amounted to $344,424,435.85. MEDICINE HAT NOT GUILTY. Most of tbo tornadoes of the United States are Lorn at or near Yuma, Ariz., according to a German scientist -who has been investigating the peculiar atmospheric conditions of that locality. PLEDGE ALL MIGHT TAKE. Tho Juvenile Club of "Winston-Salem, N. C, or ganized for training in citizenship, has a pledge to which its members subscribe "whi...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 January 1914

KMSmKMBl&iBHtKBBBKBBSSsmmLm' )"' SjJvV, jr J (; jMvtf6gpfcrirffi inniinMiiiiinmmiir-rinnr nrivni-iri riTirii-ni i ' T ..-.1- r.n.-y-n , lyf" -- r nrii -f-n-. i ri-inTini-jTr-rrri iiimwurMi ih...i.iii ,.. Wl! i J"," Ks T f4t V r r -:-- I to i a m f 80& " bL J .If a mnn knew Vs much ns his six year old Bon is led tV believe ho knows, ,ih"o makers of encyclopedias would nil lilow up. MUST BEHAVE THEMSELVES Allons Always Subject to Deportation, Says the Supremo Court. Washington. Alions li niny linvo lived In th( Unlte-1 t-itos for years aro Ktill subject to deportation undor tho immigration law of 1907. should they visit their foreign homes, uiul within threo years after returning to this coun try, engago in Immoral practices, ac cording to a decision by tho Supremo Court in the enso of Anna Lnpina RECORD PRICES Entire Floor Average $14.37. No lejoetions or house purchases Buggies Bros., Crop Average $19 27 Dickson & Calvert, Crop Average $18 40 Calved & Hopper, Crop Av...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 January 1914

af v,.UBt n. PWPL.Tl FAY ?. ri -" ' P K. it &&. f &; i .! r fc. N ,f B Pi ft V-n , r ' V r ff ;a- B w-.. 3i - Wilt' ft -Sf fig , K A."f f fan rssEaL?v WMM, This is the Time and This ia tho Place for Genuine BARGAINS IN SUITS ND OVERCOATS All Fall nnd Wiutor Suits sold at big dis count for cash Be euro and bring your cash. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBUCfpLEDGER BANQUETTED Mayor J. Wesley Lee and Other City Officials Given the Glad Hand Last Evening Delightful Occasion Attended By Large Gathering Lnst night's banquet given by Mays villo'a business men in honor of .Mayor J. Wesley Leo and tho now City Coun cil and other officials, was a represen tative gathering and was one of tho most plensing successes given in recent years and tho glad occasion wns a fit ting , festivity closing the mid-winter holiday season. There was just enough music oratory and' feasting to fully satisfy tho five scoro of gentlemen who assembled at 0 p. m. in the spacio...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 January 1914

m K Si- w In making up blondes and brunettes 'Tjs plain to see Tho beauty doctor often gets A hundsonio fee. N During the past five days ono ParU firm has purchased 07 mules at prices ranging from .$100 to $200 each. Mr. and Mrs, II. B. Hart of Lexing ton, arrived yesterday to visit her pa ronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Curr. EXPERT PIANO TUNING. John R. Hanna, thd expert piano tunor, of Lexington. Anyone wanting him call up Itrisbols Furniture Storo. CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. Tho regular meeting of tho Ladioa Catholic Ucnovolent Association will bo held this evening at 7:30 at the usual place. r-' ft i. -n.n-n.' HfiJ' TH LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports. show the steady oufnut ol coal duritig tho last (en yeaTS has made the dealers push (or wider markets, We are going to get more fcrade your trade by giving ymj a greater value tor your money. You will nevor get out ol debt unlesB yoa buy wisely. MAYSVILLE COAL CO. PIIONE 149. Happy New Year To You and All Those...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 January 1914

w && "v r.V pa-. &' Ki' P: ;. i ft S1' 11 ' I .-V 7' ' 1 ft ft m be rv. &" :' X- W " llflBjr' ttSBt i j. ngaBiBWWW'wi-,TTH'lili'l'lll,!w','''iy"'t''w'"1'''1''11 THE PUBLIC LEDGER 11AILT- KCin OHU'T. FOURTH Of JUtT, THAHMatfU JJTO OBBtlTMlt. A, P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. tiool and Lone UUUno Telaphoa No. 40. orric rustic lkdom BPiLDtKO, MAT8YILI.il. KT. JUBJUItlP21uN8-By MAIL. Mix Honlku. Tbrr MoBlh.. ,.a oo 1 no .. DKUVRBRD BY OARR1XB, Ptir nouOu- ,.B ConU PayibU to Voief.nr at nd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE . Stories printed in the United States to the effect that Great Britain and Germany had concluded an understanding, aimed to curb the financial and commercial activities of the United Statps in South America, are characterized by the British Foreign Office as pure inventions. A rubber belt 700 feet long, 2 feet wide, and tip ping the scales at 5140 pounds, was recently mado by the Goodyear Tire Rubber Company, Ak ron, Ohio. It is to be used ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 January 1914

iiiTiMMMBIPWlllllllillili H iHI'IIIHIIII rilliKllilillMilll'r iiiWliNni i i In mmmmm, iiiilill "IWIllP ' l : iV ,n 'lf$vw. vV --,' wm M$i&f& V V'TJJ swmK Rf ' b m V ? 'W- r'gxj -: X.FT " r I: i fefc 6 t flHw&tv - - ' '"" ' ' v' " '-i-ltf:-..-. .".,. J mrtvfinf r rn nrvrnrhwrurT MTTlT7Mr'rPTiyii""iiilTMWnriW7-71'''afy t Don't talk so much. 8tnrt in today. Ting rulff is good. Obey it. Whon you ohi't got a thing to sny( Tor lioavon's sake don't say it. Lnko McLuko. "John McCauloy, who capturci! Loo Gzoolgosz after lio shot President Me Klnloy, died in Kantum City. licolfoot Lake, f.imoim fishing nnd game resort nuar the western border of the State of Tuiiiicwoo, is now tho prop erty of the Stnte. Tho oil tunk steamer Uklahomi part ed amidships nt yen, tho stern section going down, when n largo nuti'bor of tho crew of forty perished. Tho Bavnrin rescued eight. RECORD PRICES Entire Floor Average $14.37. No rejections or hun purchases Rupgles Bros., Crop Average $19 27 Dickson...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 8 January 1914

.flWfeorHfflS nujt. 11','; i"ii'l , r, rJCwT. nwtfy'T SflRPtiJflHMBsHtp w . .mm$mmmWmz: R r, i- t . ,, 1Bu.,iMif -. smi uHmxtmwiKWmuiEnLmmmMm v X u m 1W& msz i Mat i WSBi EaK. v lULr - 3" "' i feijGSngL And bleas your soul wo are taking our medicine. Soil ing new 1914 Overcoats and Suits At the roduoed prices that we are now doing the men's and boys' garments is no easy mat tor, but wo noed the money, so brio fa? it along when you come nnd buy a guaranteed Suit or Ovorcoat, which brings you happiness always. Special Men's Dandy Overcoats $5. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER KAXUV1LLM, X? , Mushrooms, a wqrld-wido product, aro as plentiful in Siberia as In tbo tropics. North Middletown makes a fine show ing from a health standpoint, with only two deaths during the entire year. ME. P. P. WELLS SELLS TINE MAEE AT FANCY PfilCE. Mr. P. P. Wells, of near Morausburg yesterday sold his flno saddle, 5-gaitcd mare, Maplo Leaf, to Mr. It. B More lund, n...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 9 January 1914

m&$ wmmm inHnrmiii 'ifFofyvf'" "'Crj wr.-; 'iwnsjr'ai'fci vsxm'' WPJMMKi- V.""! WV ' T ' I rr . . v wamiffWKn '. 'JH.3.W '.' n, ,1J V . t T V , v"mn piKfiff larayv .- , V ..t. t ' " ' rt-f MJW.IJIS'Lraj'rj! " " . .1 it i " t.,T-w . ' j. i. tq- 'iiiir r- r.,' lit "". -jrw T1-jf "T'wiKi 'tji v " V .:, rx . v . r ?" , yijiawJW'.aM'it'w.AWMaw'Ti'nittraifiii;wiwiwiii'wW) Tm'iwipiii'-'i7iiiiTn,iTVHaawwot:nf'5- "V a c 1. . " -- ntaimjiusfiittMi i,i""iMiifii Tiwr,n.i i iM.ummw .mn i,wTmiir on hmh miwaMMnri n I W.lIWn i Illl, ,m llfll , , .IIH,.,, , , , ,, t . x1 I '' ' 'il'lll I '. .1.1. II J.I l lW.l M'III I 1 IH Illl lll II. II . . II II l. a ; PMMI IS MOLASSES M LEDGER Just tapped, a barrel of vory fancy Open Kettle. Bring your jag. rXXBXT ltEPUBTJVjltt-im MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1914. ONE 00PY--ONE CENT. 9 DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers PUBLIC sHLVtkjImHBi'nc K ?- i OraLv : PhtaM-i. Wz Osslfcr, Call Do Wagon 1 pt courso wo want n wagon An auto f lower-decked flo.it;...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 9 January 1914

WWrv- ',' "C ."'SI 2Ssexffia22! iiSw'w?iBRfy'fc.iiii'ffffi hk&su' "VV. K' w.; KA ir m'V B- Rr -. i. , &''-' l4 Off" 1 W ; '..12 jLrf- HIS.: -jr. C. VtlVfttf . ,Tnnnp,fi i THE PUBLIC LEDGER IMII.T KXCrt IOMUT, FOUBtB OF JULT, TKANXMtf IM AND onmiTMi. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Uool nd Lone "Jllnoe Tolaphooa No. 40. ornci rusLio tvooin builcino, MATtTILLX. KT. auBsvuinioNs-B y mail. 8a Yfr...........-.... ."-""" Mix Month. ThrcoMnalh.. S3 00 1 SO 79 DSL1VKRKD BY OAliltlSR, Per Month .--.. . . -....4M Oenli ; raytbUto t'oirtetorat.tnct of itontn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ThO new Tariff is lessening the number of jobs in America by increasing the number o jobs in Europe. 0 WOULD ALL OF US. Now that the currency bill has become a law, we woiild like to know what it is all' about. Jackson Times. OIL WILL DRIVE $14,000,000 DREADNAUOHT. The latest British dreadnaught, the "Warspite, is to bo driven entirely by oil engines. She has re ceptacles for the storage of 4...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 9 January 1914

1. ttttflfcnBarjaMUMttMliBMtfMHiMM.. jaiiHtaflHHMBMMtfMHHUBMHBMHBHHEMBHlHlSiHlHHHHL. A&i & fork Rf ' , 5?!?$; V 'Vvy"" ; i Bald a cow: "It has Jong boon my dream, A sort of Utopian scheme, To loavo whon 1 die, t Enough milk to supply 'A homo for poor kittens with cream." Mnrtln mid Emma Parrls, au aged couplo of 1'rlncoton, Ind., pleaded guilty at Indianapolis to operating a fako matrimonial burcnu nnd wero reloasod on bond. , v WHO CAN BEAT IT? Bollovlng as wo do in the truthfulness of our rabbit-hunting friends and bas ing our figures on thoir reports to date, there has been slain in Clinton County In (ho hunting reason 8,742,350 rabbits. Journal Republican. REtORD PRIClJ Amazon Warehouse Entire Floor Average $14.37. No rejections or house purchases Rugrjles Bros., Crop Average $19 27 Dickson & Calvert, Crop Average $18 40 Calvert & Hopper, Crop Average $16.92 You know where to como for tho high prions. AMAZON WAREHOUSE CO. Third and Lexington Street, ifi YS VILfjE...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 9 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
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