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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 4 February 1914

to iPWP' MMWJWM jr ' - Is W''V! ' , "- ,)'-' "W 3 K YM .. Tfs. BBP! &' m ' ' " DR. A. G. BROWNING ' oMn rw.o iwi. . i ii r-1 m r -r . A -Dry Sunday Rubylat. A keg of cool boor underneath the bough, A ipmt of booo to split twlxt mo ami th on, Thii .'sii't poetry, tio, not by a jugful, But Omar's glad lio isn't living now. liiiko MeLuke. 'DO YOU DAWN3E THE TOIINQO? ; ((Viilhiaita Democrat.) Don't In- uilgin ami pronounce It , , Tango, lilio ou would pronounce Man ...go. Th( tmly eulelinrd say "Tohngo." Itemoinber, son, that you ' 'ilawnco thu tohngo now! " After a conference with 1'iosldeiit "Wilson, Senator James announced that Congress would adjourn by tho first of .Itini'. The Professor iu politics knows wlien to tin u the boys loose Sonio ieoli never Know when they nre weTl oil. Hineo Henry Ford began jiaying his workmen not loss than $.r a day seventy fio of them havo done ono and upset all calculations by get ting married. How about this logic? No unmar ried woman is an old ...

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 February 1914

"U ft 5" iff .. J wja srf ' t." " .tv 5rXX 'i i ' - i. iV3 Wn'iiiftir9WtSiitBlttia'aiWTiiiWiffliT "P IF : . . You haven't any more money than the law al lows, or have to pay an - Income tax; if you want more money you come to Maysville's Foremost Clothiers and Bay Your Overcoats and Suits Now While they are being sold at the reduced prices and save much money. This Clothing is good, of 1014 styles and guaranteed to give "absolute satisfaction or your money back." Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. . oilir CITY COUNCIL Held Busy Session Last Night Many Needed Improvements To Be Made About City. Council met at tho usual hour. Mayor presiding and nil members lesponilcd to their names. A good crowd of spectators present interested in the proceedings of tho Council. Following reports were received: Mayor's Report. Bar room licenses $8,800.00 Morchants' retail liquor license 3,000.00 Wholesale beer licenses 300.00 Life- and accident insurance so- censes 3.10.00 licito...

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 February 1914

BiOT W'V V S. . - "B?7 !. ' C '?Muf','i.'W '-.' ,V i;WB3EV - T'i v ii-if -uaiiBiLjfirriauHiBp "1 .r- 5 . , umrv , i irirnr- i r- -uirin.ii. m ii" MmWuliililw.il .ijhm. nuiKiutf i.hmihuti nr yi ni in , hmranrj nnsw "V" WgrWHMWW V " I ' l v OUR SPECIAL BLEND PUBLIC LEDGER 25c COFFEE IS A WINNER I Either Ground or Grain. Phone yourordorsto ff " -uE5 - r Pi f? ' IAIJ. YrVBLIO LSOaSJh-HM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. The Way To Commit Suicide. Kesolved that llfo had lent its charm. A sudden death hu wooed, By going to Kentucky, whoio . Ho monkeyed with n fued. No polico court yesterday, "WhHakor was iu Cineiiiimtl. .lodge Mrs. Robert Busby, who wns operated upon ot the Wilson Hospital yesterday, passed a quiet night, and up to the houi of going to press was doing as well ns could bo expected. SNOW NO. 10. GROUND HOG WINTEIt. Yesterday afternoon, late, the rain turned into mist and sleet, after which there was n magnificent fall of "the Beautiful," wh...

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 February 1914

,,-V M " w. ,'i. J-L Wi-V r-v . '(..' ,,,, , muMnpinimnMBLi heimiii yMwi in iimmawp wmwmww , , r " r' P." r r THE PUBLIC LEDGER dmm sxcsrr aoHDiTt roonTH or jolt, thanksgiving AMU CUniSTMAB. A. F, CUflRAN, Editor and Publisher. fMalnrt lonff UUuncaTejephon No. 40. urrtax rcBua lkdqm zmtmna, KATSVILLX. KT. aVMVXltolUNJ-BY MAIL. One Yftftr.. " '( ,.. oti m MamiiL ..,4...... 1 90 Three MOHh , " DSLIYKllBD BY CAttlUKX, Per Bf onlh.-M........i.M. Cntt t rayattto Collector at ttuf of JlontA. Jz. SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Of course the Tariff hasn't anything to do with '- business. Jt is simply the talk of the people that is making it appear that something is wrong with business. Cheer up and talk easy money instead -': 'of talking tight money. If you don't you may lie investigated. Louisiana (Mo.) ,4ws. 1 . : A CONFEDERATE ON THE LINCOLN COMMISSION. President Wilson's appointment of former Senator Blackburn of Kentucky, a confederate veteran, as member of the Lincoln Memorial commiss...

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 February 1914

r$F,v b --. f'r. ft;'.'. w. tru - A - IN tmWm' ' WmfkWi . fr i. ";." tt ' " " rW"1"1' "inpfc.wrywffwafli w "AH things coino round to him who wnlts." Oh, nonsense, rubbish, stuffl All things conio round to somo one else If wo wait long enough. Wayne Flymnlo shot niul killed Qrceno Clinrlos nt I'ikovlllo nftor Charles liml ordered liim from the house. THE TIME TO PLANT TREES. February i the month to plant tree', njid people nro now milking their orders 'for fruit trees. If every mini, woman nml child In Mason County would plant ono fruit trco each during next month, it would add to 1ho health, wealth uud happiness of the people and to tho coun ty's great fruit growing industry, as welli hfe ft We Lead the Market TFor High Wo sold 8,000 pounds Tuesday, January 20tb, at an average of: $13.25 per hundred. Some averages on crops sold by us the past week : James Dwyer, Mason county, 3,700 lbs at $17.00. Henry .Ilolton, Pendleton county, 2,370 lbs at $17.12. Flarity fc O'Neal, Mason county,...

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 February 1914

-V2 i mc, C yi ir '!. S.V.V t &,. -'T ti t Hon" ll-F vYou haven't any more . mSHMfcy' than thfc law al ' lovs, or have 10 pay an Income tax; if you want mare money you come to Maysville's Foremost Clothiers and Buy Your Overcoats and Suits Now fcfwhlle they are being sold at the :f reduced prices and save much r monev. This Clothing is eood, '. .CMll ...! J .i.ai.ai.ii.rl IA aglve "absolute satisfaction or " your money baok." Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. i i . ' j '. " Prankfort, Ky., February 3. The Committees on llcvcnuo and Taxation today decided to report favorably the f 'lilll Itiftrnnulnrr 111 ftlnfft lit.ntlan fnr sn Hfloons from $200 to $.'100 a vear. Bid TOBACCO MEN HERE. Messrs. Inglchart, l'atton and Hey liohls, lending tobacco maguatcs of the world Lave been ihtcrcated spectators v on the Maysvillo market this week. jf , W- DEMOOEATS OF THE HOUSE BEAT " ' SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE. Washington, 1'ebruary 3. House Democrats at a caucus tonight went ...

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 February 1914

T lf i innni " aywiiO y PWIWII VHHHHHKHnMiBHHWMMBIHMii 1 OUR SPECIAL BLEND PUBLIC LEDGrER 25c COFFEE mm- IS A WINNER I Either Ground or Grain. Phone your orders to XL it 1m flEfci 'V. fit i' t n- , i fcrfwWW1 .VKEXI.T tU!PVVI.TOAtf-tfm. All music young Bragloy would scorn. But hoM limy on liimself! night aud morn, Ho could nut tell one note Prom the other, tin; goat, But he knew how to blow his own horn. Today is the last day for discount for February 1st gas bills. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgago Land Notes Yiolding 6 and 7 Per Cent. FRANK H. CLARKE, First National Bank Building. NEW PA8TIME OPENS MONDAY. The Coloniul Amusement Company, lessees of the Pastimo moving picture theater, which has been making exton sivo improvements in the interior ol tho theater, will throw open its doors to the public next Monday afternoon with a matinee program. 2dr. Nelson Tnte of Lexington is tho manager of the Pastime. rrr $. ipillUIINlIillilllllllllllllllllllllf I FOR IT'S PLOWING TIME! S IN OLD ...

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 February 1914

4JY- A ! s l- qiv T !fe i -' c v w I S- & & :- .FT ','. w 1 THE PUBLIC LEDGER DUM SXCSIT BUNlUTi rOUIUIl Of JULT, TUANKOUlVINU AN1I OIIUISTIMB. .Jkj- A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. tiOOKlaod Look 'Jlttn3 l'elophone No. 40. urries ruui.tc tEnami buildinc), MATSV1LI.K. KT. dUWiUKlPllONS-llY MAIL, On Ywr ' Mix nonthi Thrcr Month .... DJBUVSRKD HY OSRBlHli, Per aionlli....... , tnls Payable to Colttetor at tnd ot Montli I au 7B CL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. BANKSJN FOREIGN LANDS. Several of the largo banks of New York City are preparing to establish branches in Uio de Janeiro, Buenos Ayrcs, Valparaiso, Lima and other South American cities. The German banks restorted to this expedient to stimulate German trade in South America years ago, and it is said that it has worked well. Nobody seems to be thinking at the present tim of opening new banks in Mexico, and certainly tin. hanking business in that distressed country is a risky venture, judged by the operations of Gen. Hu...

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 February 1914

VOL wjggry? S as (In lip., 'ift W L H w v, Cheerfulness Is tho rubber tiro on llfo's ohiclc. It breaks tho jolt wlion- tc,vcr prudonco and industry hnvo boon ''unnblo to removo the stones from tlio road. Stato taxation odlcort of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, made a formal demand on tolm T. ltookefollor that ho pay $12,000,000 taxori fin tlio ourront year, ills fortnim. Is t'stimated nt t!00,000,. 000. Always Attractive Attractive All Ways That's the description of t$ffin(fal'r' modern bathrooms as we install them. ' Always Attractive because of the beautiful white enameled finish and exquisite designs of the fixtures. , -Attractive All Ways from the standpoint of health, appear ance and economy because of their sanitary, well-designed, durable construction. Ask for booklets. GEORGE H. TRAXEL COR. THIRD AND UVIEST0NE STS. THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP ! BULLETT'S ORCHESTRA ALWAYS A KKATPKIS Bargain Prices, 5c 10c GOOD ANTI-PISTOL TOTING LAW. Tho unanimous passage by tho Sen ate of a drastic bill to...

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 February 1914

ui?vs 'Wn 'W'- . V wTfl B ---, v- t-W' t ' i a- ,!! r . i ' - ev k ir ' K nl 3f ' . 1 $2,000 Now Wanted And it's coming as "lire no fate, because the people know where to flud the Rood cloth - ing at the best prices. Vou can't take their eyo off the bean polo by telling them to take a chance. They ire not like the crosseyed man. Thoy are going where they aro looking and you bet your bottom dollar they are buy ing. Why? Because the the Olotbin is all new 1914 x .stylos, guaranteed, and what is more they are waited on by clover gentlemen who can pat them on the back three times before they can turn around. Come in and enjoy tho sunshine. Geo. H. Prank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. PJJBLIC LEDGER Failures January weie against 1,814 n year before. 1,837 MASON COUNTY TOBACCO GOBS TO THE BOTTOM. - Fifteen hogshead of Mason County hurley tobacco, shipped by the .1. P. Taylor Co., from Mnysvillc, went to ' tho bottom of tho ocean with the steam ship Monroe, which was rammed and ...

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 February 1914

ity F" .w- ft 111 .miaiinf rnirfiir)wmnTi.iwii"'""ii" "'"'''" l""w"'""t' ""."'"'" " r- im.ijmuiiwiuxmiTW.niiiun: i.,mimiMnif,iLiii,ijuni 4-w; V vxmrzr RRPuni.iaAjr-im VAJLt JPUM.XO iPOK-JSW ' A Wise Girl. 1 1 should worry, I should cart1, I should marry mlllioiinlie; lli should die, 1 should cry, I should murry another guy. Thoio aro no tobacco sales on the Mnysvlllo market today. i INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgago Land Notes Yloldlng S and 7 Per Cent. FRANK II. CLARKE, First National Bank Building. LOOK WHO'S HERE! Col. John A. Pollltt, the boss show man and ux-Mnysvllli.iu, breezed lu laht evening from tho West iind is tho guost of his brother, Air. Ucorgo W. Pollltt of Kast Second stieet. John is on route to Now York on business, lealng this afternoon. On his return ho will go to Danville, III., where he will tako charge of ouo of tho largest carnival companies . on the road which alter a tour of tho South and West will wind up nt Sau Francisco, CnL, the season of 1915 to do tho b...

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 February 1914

T JyE PIKB LJ1C- LEDGER -v '. Better CH1TS " ' '"" " ' " . j-i lEWat. MK ail v MrflfTS JUrj&S r flHKR&BL 1T ked t Kv hP f1 n W : i v v LV tV l t 5A" ! M uh w SYNOPSIS. " Francois Itonupre, n. peasant bnbfl of thrre yenrs, after nn amusing Incident In which Marshal Ney llBures, Is mndo a Chovallor of Franco by the Kmpcror Na poleon, In tho homo of tho Ind's parents in tho vlUnBo of Vieques, France, where v tho emperor had briefly stopped to hold a council of war Napoleon prophesied that tho boy might one day bo a marshal of Franco under another Bonnparte, At the ago of ten Francois meets a stranger who Is astonished when tho boy tells htm of his ambition. Francois visits deneral Baron Gaspard QourKnud, who with , Allxe, his roven-year-old daughter, lives at the Chateau, A soldier of tho IJmpIro under Napoleon ho fires the boy's Imag ination with stories of his campaigns. CHAPTER V Continued. "Tlbns! Wo will play again for an . other bottlo," ho announced with a bit of ewagger...

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 February 1914

lUtijjFW mi44 VW-Mm' MW?'-'' i V "'. F t' - I V 8" .uscrarTOins ; COPYRIGHT SYNOPSIS. 13 Gloria Kerr, a molherles girl, who lia spent most of Iht life In boIiooI, iirrl-rs nt licr fnther's home In Belmont. David Kerr Id tha polltlcnl boss of tho town, and Is nnxlros to prevotit hts diuijrliter learning of his real eharacte: Kendall, repesentlnsr the Chicago packer. Is ne gotiating with Judge Gilbert. Kerr's chief RfHIfipr fn a vnltinlili. f runelitaa. They fear tho orVosltlon of Joe WrlRht. editor of the reform paper Kerr nskH the as ulRtanco o' Judge Qllheit In Introducing Olorla to Belmont society, nnd promises to help Mm put through tho pickers franchise and lot him have all the graft. Gloria nikrta Joo Wright at tho Clllberts It appears they are in Intlin.tto terms, hiulng met previously In a touring party In Europe. The CJIlbeits Invite Olorla to stay with them pending tho refurnishing of the Kerr home. Wrlislit begins hN fight against tho proposed franchise- In the col umns of...

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 February 1914

Ki. S V UM . . . ..' c mmmwni ., ..- ' h'i 'is.'! THE PUBLIC LEDGER baiU R.osrr iundm, roORtu or jut. tminkkmitimi AND CIIMSTMAI. ' 'I '"' 'f T- "' UT ' .u'- -nrr- ?in J Cui A- 11W W.W5OT i iU t). ltWJM,V HMMwewvMMeMltfteaviiaalrtVWlWM C-7.V .Ti"- '. ,.'' A, F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Iroo-lftnd Lout 'JliUno Talepbon No. 40. orriOE ruHLiu lcdum boiliiino, -UTiVILL-. KT. HUmVJtirilONH-HY MAIL. Onn ir .. Nix Month. .. 1 hri Month - - DXLlYXltKD BY VA11HIKK, rr Mnulli- ..........- iib ,i-U ayobli to Volltctor at tnd ot SlontA. a no , i nu Aul SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Curiously enough the complaint now is against high prices, while the complaint hack in the 'lj()s was against low prices. Thou the fanner was ilis , satisfied. Now the fanner is sutislied, while many ' oity folks are complaining. Yet we are generally more prosperous in cities than we were hack in the '00s. City folk complain of high prices, and yet they -would not think of returning to conditions of 14 or 15 ye...

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. — 7 February 1914

7,,;!V7V5 "TSW.il sr (' . " '.-r . v- - rw: Yi"T. fr ('-' ' ' Ju .:"; i.t ' fT -'r- -- "t ' N ' ' n L-n h Tho moving plcturo thontor not only is educational and instructive, but it lias greatly cheapened tho prlco of be Intf a sport. Next to a gasolino engine, a woman probably is the most difficult to under stand. Most of the gifts to men are based on tho theory that n linn cau't lmvo too many onrf pins. Always Attractive Attractive All Ways That's the description of Standard" modern bathrooms as we install them. Always Attractive because of the beautiful white enameled finish and exquisite designs of the fixtures. Attractive All Waysfrom the standpoint of health, appear- ance and economy because of their sanitary, well-designed, durable construction. Ask for booklets. GEORGE H. TRAXEl COR. THIRD AND LIMESTONE 8TS. THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP I BULLETT'S ORCHESTRA ALWAYS A FKATUKi: Bargain Prices, 5c jp 1 0c COUGH TWO YEARS OLD J Yields to Vinol. Road Why. Strong vigorous men and women har...

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. — 7 February 1914

& ?m w'v: , M BJPW5A? 'aaT'" MSB' t rr rar -aVj 'fci.l .!" - III I ... . fst jlV I i r L S ? f.V 1 fc1 "fcs 7rV ' , s ' v' $2,000 Now Wanted Aad it's coming as suro as fate, became tho peoples know where to find tho good cloth ing at the beBt prices. You can't taka their oyo off the bean pole by telling tbem to take a chance. They iro not like the crosi-oyed man. They art going where they are looking and you bet your ' bottom dollar thoy are buy ing. Why? Because the tho Clothing is all new 1914 styles, guaranteed, and what is more they are waited on by clever gentlemen who can pat them on the back three times before they can turn aronnd. Gome in and enjoy the sunshine. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. , PMIT PUBfcl fiDGEE Mr. Tliniiius A Dnis remains critical condition in New Orleans. REVIVAL SERVICES AT THE FIRST ' M. E. CHURCH SOUTH GROWS IN INTEREST. Tlie revival sorxiees at the First M. 12. Church Smith, continue to grow in interest. Last nijfiit, 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. — 9 February 1914

I to mwvr'm7rwmv ii , ' ' T- i .:- bb lHPIHHHHiHEKPSrwL raiSKSllfflwPjKr?' vJl : WFWffiSrrWiRim ? mwvntmiwWwv ir!H&i v nKigciHMiRHHUHHiWMM ir ; 1 y th - -" iv .T t - r- r "wu"mj. ". '., i x. 'i ,v - v i .rrj jc;t " w w vrr . w v &v r t uaj iiviir-w.- iirnK irib -..: ..? -s ' t " - i I "- fKfi&EMBBBBBB&&. - j - !? . :- . , : ... :.. .l--.. tt ,. , iTBjfc'W J ,; i iNitii?jSaaiiluiL itjl.'jLJUV'a' ,.'!'iril.ll.1".' Jl'l',ji't''i'1' i iiifiinwinwiiniimniiK i iiiiiniiyiyfii n'mi( ' '.'ijj ?iU''i"i'il5wJi"i'tt FT """',l"B"?lWiw iiumiji jjimmh wiuniwMHWimnoi.y ut., nnJT'MUggW ! .1 ,, ' ' ' 'i. Hi in. i i -m- l imam nmiMiHiimmiimm THR' y??55:5?t' m OVR SPECIAL BLEND - mb "A: '; PUBLIC KI LEDGER Hijl I spififc W '?Ajj,nfT3l 1 n Ts-I w jrSft.vtjpy M- 3 M HMte - M Vm My-'; .. .,,..,., . . . , , . t t .... 1 ' mr RFrvHuaAtr-tm , MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914 W ' Ho Paid For It All Right. trZX& wdP$$&ft&i Ho Paid For It All Right, "llor lips lu- ki...

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 February 1914

.& MWWWUiWii mmttmmmdmnn ...!. ..mhw.Imi 3 I . w- . tei i. ' tK i v. r'W Ur ? THE PUBLIC LEDGER on . ixoirr ioioiti outu or jolt. biixibitiiiu AKD CHMRTXAS. A. P. CURRAN, -TT- - Editor and Publisher. 9UIm WlepBOn. NO. 4U. 1 MlTITItH. KT. ..as on ... 1 7 aUliaVHirilOH8-BYMA.il. On Tfer......- - .... Iz Monlk. " ................. i Thrw Moth.... .........-...' DSUVXUBD BY CARKISK, Vt Month ..-. ... - CnL IMvatle to Colltctor at tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Germany now leads the world in the use of mach inery directly driven hy electric motors. BUT WILLIAM JENNINGS MAY OBJECT. Speaker Clark, in a speech in Baltimore las' week, predicted that he would be the Democratic candidate for the Presidency in 1910. Senator Borah of Idaho, lie said, would be the Republican nominee and his opponent in the general election. The leaders of the Democracy are more than anx ious to do everything in their power to encourage the Progressive party to remain alive. But have you noti...

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 February 1914

Pit iVisV . M J Mr - m Ef '. 11 f sMr4 WJ. HHIPHfflflHlgffi ln'niil-MHW!! -.... . . .. .ifiTJH f V ' ' Tho reason a mnrriod woman doesn't not a rcoular Balary is because sbo just loves to nsk Iter husband for n, ctlmcj .every time silo needs nnythiny. aa President Wlhon let It bo known that he Indorses, without qualification, the two-battloshipa program of Secretary Daniels. Tho sltuntlnii In Port au l'rluco has reached a State of high tension and foreign diplomats oppose tho revolu tionary troojw ontoimg the city and it is feared fighting will ensue. Always Attractive . Attractive All Ways That's the description of 'StottdarcT modern bathrooms as we install them. Always Attractive because of the beautiful white enameled finish and exquisite designs of the fixtures. Attractive All Ways from the standpoint of health, appear ance and economy because of their sanitary, well-designed, durable construction. Ask for booklets. GEORGE H. TRftXEL COR. THIRD AND LIMESTONE 8TS. THE CLASSY SHOW...

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 February 1914

V1 vJjni HHEHSBSUSBffil f't. LJr KJTBl- J,MtiK"lW Tt' tev i fv ICtn ill .!. R&VI sffe fltt p aft W.. & KV & ''- W if H m W.l FIRST HYDRO-AERO PASSENGER LINE IN WORLD ,- Six thousand pcoplo gatliored at St. Petersburg, Fla., to witness the open ing of tho first commercial lino of hydroaeroplanes In the world. With Tony Jnnnus of tho Uenolst Aircraft company of St. Louis at tho pilot's wheel, tho first machlno of this latest of all passenger lines left tho St. Petersburg yatch harbor en routo for Tampa, 22 miles nway. Regular trips nro mado each day. RESULTS OF WMMIUEO 10 INDIAN TRIBES USED FOR UPLIFT Head of Party Says a Race of Thinkers and Statesmen Could Have Been Developed Among the Red Men Declares That Destruction of the Indian Great Loss to the Nation Their Ambition? Are Destroyed. New York. "If tho United States , V government had expended honost ef fort and money In tho conservation and uplift of tho North American In dian thero would havo been produced from tho ...

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