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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 7 January 1915

I I ijjij'Ij4,MI!I,I',I I 1 ' .r, i WTi ISI-T-fHTMfi-ITTITTKFTTTTTFiFiilTITmTi:???:? J55 fjjp J 1 V, ' d - -m, m THE EXCEPTION. Tho girl with tlio ruby lips wo like, Tho lass with tho tooth of pearl; Tho maid with tho eyes liko diamonds, Tho chcek-like-coral girl; Tho girl with tho alabaster brow, Tho last from tho Emerald Islo. All theso wo liko, but not tho J ado 'with tho sardonic smilo. REMARKABLE SUCCESS MIX-UP." OF Mrs. Abuer Hord returned homo Sat uiday after a visit with her soil, Mr. Parker A. Hord in Now York, now the famous author of tho roaring fareo comedy, "A Mix-Up," with Miss Marie 'Dressier as lending lady. This play it packing Shuliert's Thirty-ninth street theater to the door. Mrs. Hord, who saw tho play, says Mi-s Prowler ans wered twelve ombres and that "A Mix Up" is the talk of New Vork. Of course, this means fame and fortune to Parker. Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, But One Helped Him to Recovery. Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad vices from...

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 1915

ajHkggMHL ifadflF9 HMHHHBflHH) flHHHBMHHHBHB W 41 JH jm FRST DISTRICT 1 "SlBRLi .?. .? ir m' ' ! WE LOVE TO TELL THE ! KMSSIfr ""V ittt': -A STORY Hip Hffilf " , ' .J. OF OUR OVERCOATS AND I Ht$ ! SUITS SO WELL; tHl Hrai"' . NO MATTER HOW WE AD- .J. HH$' BBaraL- . j. vertise them, $ wfe- ' , Wl A YOU BET YOUR LIFE av j. i S $ THEY SELL. b& ' BP j GEORGE H. FRANK, Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers 4l"IIMII!',I HIIIIIW A BOY'S WORK. As a general rule, tho mnn that is worth anything to his country ami tho world is ho who, when a boy, had loarnod to work. Tho only channel of reform that leads to real worth and success lies in tho direction of a boy '3 lifo. Tho only worth, tho only truth, tho only happiness is iu doing. This does not mean drudgery. It Is tho em ployment of one's thoughts or one's hands in tho accomplismeut of some thing of valuo to lifo. Thcro is no valuo in the mcro learning. A men may know all mathematics and all classics and then bo uo moro than u Ugurchead. And thi...

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 1915

fHfflB'SSBwiiiw'wiiil iVinw '.n....'......... .mi. . hi. wiiniiwwii.iiM.j .l.i.'".vr,l"".',' ''!." .'''. '.' i. "' r'A;"'J ""." ... U1.'.'.'.'... ' ". L '."'. "' 'V'"J ' ".!' ll'L, LiV'iT V i'm"L '"VniVmji' i""" juimvuvmm ' j ..j "1 "' imnwiw.wiMi 'iniui'mi ''..''' i "'." m "i in '" r ! ii j iiHiTTiTjmir r a. . i i WMKWWIS. - I " f TT TTT. f TT TT TTT TT ST'J'yT YTTTTTTTTTT V TV y y iy5'5"'y5HP'f VI 'we certainly have the best f NEW ORLEANS umw. $ ....v.. 1 ' ' S YMm. " r.---r--- -- . JMgBr ' 'mmest. . - w-m- - -- m : P I HLI HI LMJliEK N molasses 1 iS3jfSIBSBr m jr " . In MaysvJlle. 65c Per Gallon. New Barrel on Tap. DINGER BROS. ; V .7 , K -? t-. J V m ;a. '' , f . r4"? M ' jgt MRS. ROSA PICKETT MCDOWELL'S gf W S7 S0N WIPR0VINa- I When tho oveniu' sltailo 13 fallin' At tho cudin' of tho day, An' n fellow rests from labor, ' Smokin' his pipe o clay, Thero's nothln' docs lilm so much good, Bo fortuno up 01 down, As tlio Httlo country paper From his ol' homo town. CIRCUJTJBOURT Omar ...

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 1915

' ft 4 ' A tfa fv" w . V J f (JRjHk m 1 3flfy, V4' ' t -razwBSsssggBwaii .l.j:1 -l ,., Tya 5 WE P-U'Bi?IC -LEDGER DAILY fcXCUT UNDAT, roUATU or JOLT, TnAKKlOIVINO xna cnmnTMAa. . nnnn m - - - Editorsiand-Publishers n. j uiivmi (jootl And Long Oliunce Telephone Mr. Ifl I Of FIC rUBMO tBDOn 8DILUIHO, M0.'U. J XATflTlIXS. KT. Kutered al the .Maysville, Ky., Pottofflcc an gceoml-clim mall matter. suaitVttir'iioita-itY mail. tOno.Ycnr.v....... Nik Itluullia- lIrJll. . .a oo ... . i o ............... 7 UitLlVKRKD BY OA.MUXB, Per mouth - aa W"" fayabU to Collector at ml of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. "WILL THE FEDERAL RESERVE PAY JiiAJt'J!iKItt7 There has always been n doubt as to the sources from which arc to come the money to pay the di vidends on the money invested in the Federal Re serve banks. A San Francisco dispatch indicates that this subject is beginning to be discussed very generally, and that the belief is the revenues of these banks will not suffice to pay their l...

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 1915

'efl ft1 l?K, 11: f& s? :imrfs?s k T f ' ' -' H. -Tt ' show. P. UNCLE ZEKE EAINBOW SAYS Onct upon a time w'on do vrorl' wui young do Lawd scz, "Lot dar bo light," an obbor sinco den we's bin busy pay in' do gas bills. MEETING OF NORTH DAKOTA EDITORS. forgo, X. D., January S. Fargo is entertaining for two days tho annua! winter meeting of tho North Dakota Editorial Association. Newspaper edi tors and publishers from all sections of tho stato wero in attendance when the convention assembled for its Initial session in tho new aiuUtorJum 11ns morning. A recoivor has been asked for tho Co lumbus Dairy Company, which tho gov eminent alleges owes moro than $!, 000,000 in back taxes. Escapes Nervous Breakdown Strength Gradually Ebb ing Away. Made Well and Strong by Vinol. New York City : " I havo found Vinol to be a godsend as n reconstruc tive tonic for a run-down constitution. I am an official photogruher and for a long time I uuffercd from weakness and general debility, and soon real...

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 1915

flflflflflflflVkflBHflflRflflflflflflflflflflflHflflflflflflflflflRV HYflflflflflflflflflHkiiflflflHflHHVEaBHflflHflflflH AflflflflflHflflflflflflflflflflflflBflflfliBflflflHHKr wffliflflflflflHL V, rf " . - --- - - i in nri niwn Tr--r "i i r-m n 1 , '" " K'. 'r s? Hi., n.- W V Y Si Hi1 , ,f ,' m 4ft- ml '"' H: ( 'M ! I I4 I 1 I l I I WE LOVE TO TELL TIIE J. STORY ! OF OUR OVERCOATS AND J. SUITS SO WELL; ! I' NO MATTER HOW WE AD- VERTISE THEM, YOU BET YOUR LIFE J THEY SELL. GEORGE H. FRANK, MaysviUo's Foromost Clothiers HERE AND THERE It jou hare Irltndi tlillinf you. or II you ate f oiaf on a ''ill, pteai drop ui a not .a thai elfect. Mrs. Maymo Hickman and daughter loft Sunday afternoon for Columbia, Mo., whoro Mrs. Hickman will resume her placo ns secretary of the Christian Femalo College. Mrs. E. D. Wood and Miss Aiuiio Pcrrlo accompanied them is far as Maysvillc. rieiningsburg Times- Democrat, 7 Thomas II. Gray of Maysville, for- l'M ! ! !4 I ! f HHjrly with tho Reynolds Compan...

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 1915

I r ' ' ' ' f ' , P. v IV ' .fe f Tf - If ' v-r -lSlSpr!R''5P J iw?iiw;r .i.. i - .. ' . f : , PUBLIC HS LEDGER IHWUI . i "71 BEJbWJr fcw'xr-u-xrM'wXJXri-'-fx-Ui-ri-0rij-i-ri.ri riruimi fi ii - ' . g-i--- ---- -- .. .-. .-, .. -p,-,- , . wwfc - -mw-j , -. - - - - , -m- n i - - - - 1 n - -i m n i it nrnn mn i r rij-iriri. ii.-i.r Mwjnnri i nnnnn n n 1-1 jxjxjxn-ruxjTj-ii i i n n njmj-in-rxj- I frVI B8 ' t1"" MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1915. ONE COPY-ONE CENT. frai i " - IS 1 GE0-BMLEY HENDRICKS0N LATEST WAR BULLETINS I mYr'i---i' r .11 $ Victim of Unfortunato Tragedy. Burled m. r - VrJibWKvV Yesterday Was a Prominont I2!V' Afcy U Iff , Young Farmer. wo . - - Tlicro was a young man in Qlouccstor, Who loved a young girl but loucostor. Ko wont to his homo; No moro did ho roam. Just think of tli o pangs that it con cestcrl HMMMnmn aaK-5.- ,-, i i : mb REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF MAYSVILLE, NATIONAL BANKING ASSOCIATION. Tbo investing public and nil other Interest...

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 1915

vHiBfirNnQF KII'' HP I- Mi"- Waft ISM33KS THE PUBLIC LEDGER UillT-XCW"r SCHDAT, F00BT1I Of JULT, T1IANMUIVIN0 AMD CnniSTVAI. A. P. OURRAIN, ) h No. 40. Kutered at the Mavsvllle, Ky., roitomce a ceond-cla malt matter. Bonsvittvuoxa-BY UML. One Your Nil Bloutlia. ... llireV'itoulii.. , ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. K& H. C. CURRAIS Hifi ' Ocoal and Lone K:-t.' OUUnee Telopbona m,i.-,. 11 ' ' " MlM THU j Editorsnd Publishers ornoB ruBMO leookh builmho, . MATBVILLS. KT. ::rz::.. DKUVKHKV BY OAHUUCR, rer MoiilW a cr,,, & WELLESLEY'S SUCCESS. Wollcsloy's $2,000,000 restoration and endow ment fund, $1,250,000 of which had been secured before January 1, in order to claim the $750,000 offered by the Rockefeller Foundation, has been raised, says the Boston Herald. Bishop Lawrencp, president of the trustees of the college, announced that the fund is secure "if pledges and promises now outstanding are duly received." ' This means that the $40,000 which has been lacking for over a 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. — 9 January 1915

. ' tta:-i..,'..i?iJi-' -:) cj-, .u-ar - m,m,, , , ,.1 . - ..,..,. . -1- -x : i - y - rm.,w,jrt.tf-'ii , .'''umrPL -- ",'C ' ... ; jt ' '"' - . . . . j-, 'H ni nvn crrn best o UALITY 3VC, O. RUSSELL CO. wmf ii ww f I ( f I f Wo can never replaco a frlond. When a man is fortunato enough to havo sov oral, ho finds thoy aro all different. No ono has a double in friendship. Schiller. .J. A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY O. Ono Hundred Years Ago Today. 1815 By net of Congress, a direct tax of $0,000,000 Mas laid upon the United States annually. Seveuty-flvo Years Ago Today. 1840 Tho members of tlio British Par liament relinquished tho privilege of franking letters. Fifty Years Ago Today. 1SC3 Edward Everett, famous orator and statesman, died in Boston. Born in Dorchester, Mass., April 11, 1704. Twenty-five Years Ago Today. 1800 "William D. (Pig-Iron) Kolloy of Pennsylvania, vvlio, liy ro.'iNon of his long service, was kimwn as tlio "Patlier of tlio House of Hopreseii tatives," died in Washingto...

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 1915

i V , f r""""" I. i i irrmrrr , , m . .. . .. . . ... , . ,. i . .. n, , , m n . . y, . .tt" . , i t4 I ni 6 i-.l w AT B? V 5S'' ' 'J Lm ' i hi )i i m in i i i n i i i ii mi i . ' ' f ES . .. WE LOVE TO TELL THE SkULUJMhLJL jtV story .j. TTnyifron Mr J. OF OUR OVERCOATS AND .J. Ea55 Iwl P I Iinl Kt'V-1 .J. SUITS SO WELL; .J. Bafe r .j, ,. !! h'MMWMM"WM"I' ffifflLW .. NO MATTER HOW WE AD. T. I !' BkSW 4 VERTISE THEM, .J. Br -' i HB&V A YOU BET YOUR LIFE A I ft. 'A A ! I m v--' THEY SELL. A J&; ' jjpk, v GEORGE II. FRANK, A "., A A ij I Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers A V . ' ILr - , J. w . AAAATJJ? t2?JJJi OVER 600,000 POUNDS Of Tobacco Sold On Local Warehouse Floors Yesterday Prices Fair. Following aro yosterdnv's tobacco sales on tlio local mnrkot: Farmors & Planters. " Pounds sold 1S0.70." High prico $18.0:1 Low price 1 .00 Average- S.SI Special crops Slattery and Lehman, Mason county, 10.10; K. L. Tilton, Jtobcrtson .county, .$11.31; J). L. Web stor, Mason, county, $12...

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. — 11 January 1915

jhh w s ' H": . dttdt if flniVi i unarm . H WC PCDTAIM1V UAVK TUtT DCCT it H r u. Vrfiiin.iMLi imrL wu ul,ui It H K H H K H H H H H H H H K H I NEW MOLASSES ORLEANS In Maysville, 65c Per Gallon. New Barrel on Tap. ' I I II il l i SmM nffwMA IHS I il 'j fl I I 'J I I. COV. i ' ' vl i . ? "" P ' uL'nlZL MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915. I '.v v A PLEA FOR COOPERATION IN Oil HOMO ftl flPP fe&' t p W0RK oALUUNd ILUot I K r ju if .L. Tlio meotlims led by Rov. 0. Connor 15V -. ATf4arv mA ' VAi U .JBk. W '- jg ' JUMfe-l QIDDAP1 .It's good-byo to old Mnrkot street; Farewell to Boozlcum Square 'It's a long, long way to Sklnnlklnatl, But tlio boy' 11 sure bo there! BAD NEGRO Who Shot and Wounded Another Negro Near Wedonla Several Weeks Ago, Is Captured By Local Officers Saturday Night. Acting on ndvieo given them by Cap tain James Dunn, Ollicors Hloomhufi' and Firor arrested Omar Robiuion Sat urday night about 0 o'clock in Dono van's saloon. Robinson is tin negro who shot and...

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 January 1915

n - IKw ( Mr i K t.r & ?P IU i K THE PUBLIC LEDGER iKb JKT, ,un.T-xci-r uhdat, Foumn or tvir, tiuimsatviNii ildHs&f , AD CHIU8T1U8. MKT; A, P. CURRAN, 1 Kf - H'. C. CURRAN, I (fts'-jiiusHL... No. 40. """ - UL JU- J1B1RBCH. VUu Kntered at the Mavsville, Ky., roitomce n ncemul-cUm mall matter. auuavutviwm-Bi' mmi. BHfo'3t i one Yr..- ............................. ESLjS ' Mix Jtlllllll- . DKUVJMKD VY OAIUtUX, Per Month. aS.twnU rayabltto colltclorattnd of Montn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASK THE GLORY OF WAR." Contrast with the pnle outgivings of the wnr of fices the following paragraph from the Forum: "So war has come at last, and day by day the armies march and clash, and great ships go to their doom, and there are Tc Dcums for the victor ious and Misereres for the vanquished. 'And men pay the price. They pay it in phys ical pain that can not bo realized; in ghastliness unparalleled. Faces are' sliced off, limbs are blown to dust; bodies arc disemboweled; shriek ing masses of agony ...

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 January 1915

O. K.XJSSEIIL.L CO W ( ? f i l iiikt"' partment P. Tho merchant who thinks ho can con fine his advertising to handbills and got tho business will probably always have a handbill store if tho dogs, tho wind, and tho small boys give him a chanco with his bills. SOME FEW STAMPED ENVELOPES Washington. On a proposal to fur nish 9,000,000,000 stamped envelope and newspaper wrappers to tlio l'ost ofllco department during four years, bo ginning July 1, tlio Mercantile Corpor ation of Payton, O., bid $9,347,882 and tho Midwest Supply Company of Clove land, bid $S,lC2,.'58o. The award has not yet been made. TO TALK ILLITERACY TO DEATH. Frankfort, Ky. One hundred nnd twenty speakers, including tlio stato of fieinls, judges of tho Court of Appeals, Circuit judges and prominent educators will join in a speaking campaign for tho eradication of illiteracy this year at tlio invitation of tho Kentucky Il literacy Commission, which met here Thursday. THE WAY OF IT. It is not what peoplo eat, but wiia...

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 January 1915

fiW '. ! J; ; ) : 'w smaj ' & iw K jjjm Pw -y v law' EN OF THE UF-AND-DOING- IT MEN WHO MAKE IT A TOINT TO KEEP ABREAST Or THE FASHIONS, OWE THEM SELVES A VISIT TO Tins LIVE STORE WHERE THE NEW STYLES IN MEN'S WEARABLES ARE HOLD ING FORTH. WE'VE SLIGHTED NO ONE IN THE COMMUNITY. THE DASHING YOUNG INDIVIDUAL WHO LIKES A TOUCH OF THEULTRA IN HIS CLOTHES, AND THE MORE SEDATE MAN OF AFFAIRS BOTH ARE PRO VIDED FOR IN OUR SHOWING OF NEW SUITS AND OVERCOATS. AT $7.60 TO $25. CLOTHES TO MATCH YOUR PERSONALITY AND PRICES TO MATCH YOUR PURSE. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. GOES BACK HOME Young Husband, Stricken With Grief, Is In a Serious Condition Young Wife Stays a Whole Week. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Loft nlono by his brldo for ono week, William Bush, a young man of this county, vvns nearly crazed with grief hero and his family was much alarmed at his condition. Ono week ago tho young man cloned and married Miss Mildred McLln, the pretty 10-year-old daughter of It. J ...

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 January 1915

I ( sjsfjjjyjjyyjyjyjqyjyygca WE CERTAINLY HAVE THE BEST Orleans MOLASSES PUBLIC LEDGER St B K H - :.-.. v?: In Maysville. 65c Per Gallon. New Barrel on Tap. J(s , ' tt.v.ii m umiiiwiw mi.hw phiimwi'i .wm . if i ' nm..w.. iiwihiup m, nmmamimmmmmmmwmmtmKMMimmi ymfmmmtimpmFi qui jmmmm t iM)iiwyij iq iij)iiiwiiwwiiiMynwgi !'' iwwm WBWBWS'i mityCmmammnqim1Mq9mmmmwrT?ry TTJ rn tut, T1 ijii i i 11 i .1 , 1 . 1 j.. iw 11 1 1.11 1 jii 1 11 1 1 Mil 1 '" .W1 w MLI """ l ' TWTTTiW .. aJtoo.D'vA3&kti', ,? vL. 1 V I)" i -i 0 i.Kpnrrt-vtw HOW TO BE HAPPY. "My kingdom and my daughter's hand urc yours," the story started. Thoy married and lived happily That Is, when they had parted. Now York Mall. HOLDING MEN Arrested As Suspicious Oharactcrs Olncinnati Chief of Polico Says That They May Bo Wanted In That City. Yesterday afternoon Chlgf of Fnlice Jlnckoy received word from Chief of Polleo Copclaml of Cinciimiiti advising him to hold tiic three men arrested here Friday night as Mispicjous charac...

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 January 1915

Wtfi !u .,t1 -4 "' i' - Z. m. S, C ? m. x& ': -' IN 3 v I! Ill HI I ul 111 -' 1 & Pill I t (MHESv HI i 1 1 Ihbhv r (Bill HHeW'' fflflll Ht' " J THE PUBLIC imut txcsrt dnujlt, r'ooimt or jolt, AND CIiniBTKU. .A. P. CURRAN, ) H. C. CURRAN, 1 UulMdLonii M 40 V owim-poblio lkdobh build.hu, Rutered nt the Mavsvltle, Ky., rotoffice a nccond-cls mall mutter. aunsviiwj luws-B Y One Vrnr. Nix Month- .. litre Hflnuim .... , OKLIVKKKD liY OAlilllilt, Per Month............. il,enu I'ayablt to Collector at tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH OWSLEY IS THERE WITH THE HOT AIR. Owsloy Stanley lias tossed liis headgear into the gubernatorial ring. And now, whatever may have been said of the lack of interest in recent caui . paigns, wo may be sure that this one will be u hum dinger. Owsley is there with the pyrotechnics when it comes to whooping it up on the stump. Like the war horse we are told about in the Book of Job, "He paweth in the valley, and rejoieetli in his strength; he saith amon...

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 January 1915

QUALITY ULUVLn -Ju. J. 3. O. 3F2.XJSSE3IL.I. O BEST n H BKfcjRjs5f2( LLLLLLLLT II V . s JPT f 'N (v ? .. M .. i..J . Hi"' tm i, $ ' v Poor Man. Tirst thing a fellow knows at morn Ho's born j Then, say, at 10 o'clock, tho next Ho's vexed By readln', ritln', 'rlthmotlc, ,' , Till sick. At noon ho has to go to work, Or shirk. Thon, 'round 'bout 2, ho takes "For llfo" A wlfo. From 2 'till timo to bring in lights Ho lights. And struggles with his follow-mon, And then Ho sits around a while and thinks, And blinks, And when at last it's timo for be.l Ho's dead. , Exchange. .t. .J. J. A DAILY LESSON IN HISTORY .J. One Hundred Years Ago Today. 1S15 A national fast was olnencJ throughout tho United States. Seventy-nvc Years Ago Today. IS 10 Tim loaders of tin. ui'W Whig party wore at work on plans for th-' "Log Cabin" and "Ilar.l Ciilor" campaign in the interest of Willi'im Henry Harrison, in which the modern methods of conducting u I'n-siiliMi t i.i I campaign were first intioilucoil . Fifty...

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 January 1915

Xaf1' ' W V EV W, w ; fc . m EN OP THE UP-AND-DOINQ. IT MEN WHO MAKE IT A POINT TO KEEP ABEEAST OP THE FASHIONS, OWE THEM SELVES A VISIT TO Tins LIVE STORE WHERE THE NEW STYLES IN MEN'S WEARABLES ARE HOLD INO FORTH. WE'VE SLIGHTED NO ONE IN THE COMMUNITY. THE DASHING YOUNO INDIVIDUAL WHO LIKES A TOUCH OP THEULTRA IN HIS CLOTHES, AND THE MORE SEDATE MAN OF AFFAIRS BOTH ARE PRO VEDED FOR IN OUR SHOWING OF NEW SUITS AND OVERCOATS. AT $7.50 TO $25. CLOTHES TO MATCH YOUR PERSONALITY AND PRICES TO MATCH YOUR PURSE. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Hsysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II you httc Irlmds vtslllnf you, or II you are folog on r'all, please drop ui a not .0 that died. Mr. Kit Moore, Superintendent Ma son County Koadt, Colonel Sam l'arrO'V and Mr. C. Glenn Gnult were in attend ance at tho road demonstration meeting nt Lexington Inst Saturday. Mr. Joseph Herman of Ciueinnnti. ,Yvlio has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Samuel Middleman, of Limestone street, loft yesterday afternoon...

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 January 1915

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Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 13 January 1915

PjKsT t . ''-V. sf. v ": , t I ft.. m or ,S rr.. , 1 jw'.i'' Up . if- THE PUBLIC LEDGER HAIL EXOXPT BUNDAT, TOOHTU 0 JUtT, TUANKB81TIH8 AND CURI8TXAS. .'- fr Fr CrT. - - - Edl.rs:.-d "Ushers Coo&l nd boon Mn 4(1 I OlstMiool'erBiihono "' I orricK ruuLto ledbiu nuii.uiNo, 1IATRV1LLE, Kit Kntcted at the Maysvllle, Ky., Pottofuce in icfOiut-clg mail '""" SUHbVJUrilONS-BY HAIU. Out Yor.... , ........S3 no i no (... 70 NIK ItfOlltllB .. .......-..... Tlireti fll n n I n. ................... i"" USUVKRKU BY UARlUkll, Per Moiilli assent. l'ayablt to Collector at tn,d of MontA, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. THE PRESIDENT AS A PARTISAN. The most striking feature of President Wilson's address at Indiannpolis was its violent partisan ship. Recently it has seemed that the spirit o ex treme partisanship was going out oE our polities. You might he a Republican or a Democrat but your arguments, if they were to appeal to think ing men, had to be based on fairness and the truth colored at th...

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