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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 March 1915

M. C. RUSSELL CO. s- '' ! it H f- i jw M4 k- Eft tt in "' J .'. "! Tho sumMcr Kirl wlto wears hor heart 'Upon hor slcovo In pleasuro mute, What docs .sho with it when sho bathes Ju her scant, bIoovoIcss bathing suit? DAM 28 IS 'NOW '"BEADY. With the exception of somo shoro paving and jiroteotion, government Lock -,nnd Dam No. 28, noar Kollogg, Is com pleted and ns soon as tho rher falls below tho nine-foot stngo the wickets will bo put up. Tho completion of tho dam means a nine-foot stage at Dam No. 2 at Cox's Landing nnd two foot nddltional water at Dam 20 nt Galli polls. Tho dams at Stations No. 21, 22, 23, 25 and 27 arc not finishod, making gaps in tho boating stago during low water botween hero and Pittsburg. Dam No. 20, just above Ashland, is in courso of construction and when fin ished will mean a boating stngo for fairly largo steamers from Catlettsburg n far up the Big Sandy river as Louisa. At tho present timo the difllcuUy in at tho mouth of tho Big Sandy rivor, where nil ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 1 March 1915

w " T' "s v. ' i" i ''" r. " !. I 1 I I II. . . ' I i i ft . j r - IV- -A 1 !r k fci H CAN YOU SPARE A FEW MINUTES some time when yofi are passing the store, and stop in. We want to show you a few $25 OVERCOATS we are selling for $15. $ Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers HERE AND THERE II you bare Irltnda vliitlnf you, or It you are iolnf on a ''ill. pleaie drop ui a no( .o lhal tiled. Mr. and Mrs. Pickett Cliuim of Butlor, Pn., nrriej Saturday for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Chunn of West Third street. Miss Bertha Laughliu has returned to her home at Carlisle, after a sovcral weeks' visit to her sister, Miss Nancy, of East Second street. Mrs. B. P. McClanahan arrhed home 'yestorday after a two-weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. Ocorgo Nolder of Hills- 'boro, O. Mr. Harry L. McColm of Huntington, W. Va., visited at tho homo of Walker Ilarnoy scvoral days the past week. - . Mr. Sam Roscr of California in vis iting his mother, Mrs. Sarah Rosor of East ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 March 1915

Vf '.c.. Jk O.V , j I VI 'ft XZXXZZXXZXZZXXZXfXffffXZt EXTRA SPECIAL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. It It H ft PUBLIC LEDGER H H H H H H H H H H H H Mt... V : 1J.ILY pobIuO r.BranK-4 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915. ONE COPYONE CENT. . TBIMMEI'. Ho wrote, a sonnet called "Hor Hair," And hopefully ho shipped it; And when tho vorscs printed woio, An editor took up a pair Of scissors long and clipped it. 0. & O. RAILROAD STATION AT GARRISON ROBBED SUNDAY NIGHT. Sunday night n thief of thieves en tered tho 0. & 0. railroad station at Garrison and jimmied open tho door of the safe. Tho amount taken from the safo lias not as yet been ascertained hero. Detective llerblo left this morn ing to investigate tho robbery, which i supposed to have been committed by two negroos who robbed a white man of a small amount of money near the coal docks In the Kast End Sunday morning. Washington, March 1. Tho act of Con...

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

7iml v v,--. ? V - V &' THE PUBLIC LEDGER T HTM iNIl UllllBTA H. C. COlSwN. ---Edl..rSia.d,'ubl.Sl.e,s orrica ruBL(c Lcuasn bdiluino MAT1V1LLK, KT. No. '40. Goaaland Uodr Jlsttnoa TttePtibne tintcretl nt the MayUlc, Ky., roitofflce m nccond-claui mall mutter. -HlTtoJLlu 8.1 uu , 1 so 75 aviisvuiviiu&u NIK MlMlllK. ., . ,... Till lllilntln. ................ ,..... VJCLlVJCIilCU Ji UAHlilKH, Per Month.... .. uslciii , rayablt to Collector at tnd of Month SOME .'SPOTLIGHTS IN TAFT'S CINCINNATI SPEECH. After denouncing the initiative and referendum and predicting that the people of Ohio would "re vert to the good old methods of government," for mer President William 11. Taft said that the great bane of tKe day was too much legislation by Legis lature! Itfot a law has been passed by the direct action of. v th'c people of Ohio, and Prof. Taft went on to sayj that the Legislature seemed more interested in the passago of legislation than in its results. All the complaints that busin...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 March 1915

5 SOMETHING NEW NINE WEEKS POTATOES The tubers are average large, medium in length, more or less flattened or oval in shape and a lightjlpink color The eyes are medium to large and shallow. The variety is fine table stock and principally grown in Florida for early ship ment to the North. Grows vigorously and hasja heavy yield. M. C. RUSSELL CO. 3 A f .- V k -.1 s. i i.f . Ml You may deceive another, And still gain worldly pelf; But listen, oh, ray brother, . Don't try to kid yourself. FAVORSWHIPPiNG 'If It Will Aid In tho Reformation of Delinquent Pupil. Corporal punishment still lias its plaeo, and properly so, in tlio schools, according to Prof. George I. Aldrich, superintendent of schools of Urooklinc, Mass. School authorities should be ngents for reformation and not for punishment of delinquent pupils, ho said. "Often their lives have been filled," ho said, "with hardness, and what they need at school is sympathy not softness but sympathy. Such sympathy, Bane and salutary, will ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 March 1915

WKMKM Wl K s.' h t . E CAN YOU SPARE A FEW MINUTES some time when you are passing the store, and stop in. We want to show you a few $25 OVERCOATS we are selling for $15. Geo. H. Prank & To. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers 516,840 POUNDS Sold Monday On tho Maysvlllo Market Offorlngs Poor But tho Prices Wero Excellent. Tho Maysvlllo tobacco market upen cd tho week's sales yesterday with total pounds sold amounting to 510,810. Tho tobacco as a whole was tho most inferior on tho local breaks this sen son. Tho prices, however, wero very satisfactory. Sales by houses follow: Farmors & Planters. Pounds sold 187,110 High prico .....' $31.00 Low prico 1.30 Market showed much strength and prices were high. Somo high spot sales William Col vin, Mason county, .$11,411; 11. D. Sninot, Mason county, $l.'5.l"; Joo Fritz, Ma son county, $13.00; John Trapp, Brown county, Ohio, $12.09; Paul Rest, Mason county, sold 10,000 pounds grown on nine acres of land for a total of $1, 877.3."), an avera...

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. — 3 March 1915

U If ".... -r ;.. J - - - .,,..,. . ,r . , , "- LI ' " " ' -- . T ''HH BB MMBmH m trti lh I ' li I f Y" --'liTT if T J " " "' ' - " -i.....t. ....... . . . . . ' j , --, . .. - - -.. - -. ... r ,. - y . .. . , i & f& H Hi EXTRA SPECIAL PUBLIC LEDGER a ,dB:'srx--- -" I ' Attnores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. V , It .1pi-.t. if it. . ' I. f p V tun. VV3SL10 LKVORU-Mwc, Wr- Fashion can Tho styles arrango, But applo pio Sho can not change. BURLEY GROWERS Organize To Fight For Better Crops and Higher Prices Leading Farmers of Kentucky Meet at Lex ington Tobacco growers of 40 eountici, con stituting the hurley district, were as sembled at Lexington yesterday taking final stops in tho organisation of an as sociation. Tho principal matter of discussion was tho constitution, a draft of which was prepared by lion. "V. C. McChonl of Springfield, Judgo K. C. 0'Hcar of 1'iankfort, collaborating. Does Not Vlolato Anti-Trust Xaw. ...

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. — 3 March 1915

JW as . " " V. Vf tr?. . r fv- : : v . Ik 3?f K l- k: A fcc fr- 'l. IS THE PUBLIC LEDGER Wi i ' " """ . ilMLT KXCSPT M1ICIUT. rOCBTII or JULY. TIUNKMHrlNO and onmtTMie A. P. CURRAN, ) H. C. GURRANv J" OyonUnd lp Nn- 411 I nrrio-rMO OlitMca Tehffftcn liU. U. Kntered Rl theMAvllle, Ky Poiloluce ri sunsvuii'iiuMs-itr haiu. Our Yciir - nix jtiuntii.. ....... ........ ' 2" lliftrrilMiiilia ... ..-...... -..... 70 OJCUVAtthU vy 0AU1UJCH, Vet .Monlh...... ...-.w. ......-ail.criil lxyablt to Uolttctor at end of Montfi WINTER FLIES. The winter season, naturally, is not the period in which most persons are likely to take measures to provent the breeding o Hies. In the summer, when the flics arc thick, the wish will be frequent ly heard that preventive precautions had been taken. In the course of an inspection, January 7, by the sanitary bureau of New York, in re- . sponsc to complaints regarding a heap of manure, dirt and rubbish not far from a public school in a crowded district of the city,...

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. — 3 March 1915

V&'i.v . .'-;,)'' T?wr T 4wwi i' ?TJ " , m ! : 3 V THESE ASE THE BEST PORE SEED STOCK, "RED RIVER OHIO'.' from tho Rod River, f SAND OHIO" from Wisconsin. "NINE WEEKS," tho big yioldcr nud flno keopor. i "BLUE VICTOR," tho record yioldor. "EARLY ROBE," tha greai favorito. "RURAL RUSSETT," NEW, a great bargain. Wo also lmvo Chicago Market, King, Rurals, Triumphs and soveral other, kinds. Buy your Seed Potatoos from us if yon want Quality. M. C. RUSSELL CO. V Bvr ; . n 11 !! i ir - - -t " -.-.-- . - . ....., . 11LBLLL11. lllk HJhI HHHRHI A mHHjHIHHl ls' Bmmbbb- JjHmlfc IB ; Kr M m B By -' - - : S to W f: v .. it , . ' V"fc Resolutions aro for sale, In old January's shop; Now or threadbare, fresh or stale, Or revamped from last yoarte crop, Habits, sins and whims galoro, May be checked outsido the door. 4 I 4. A DAILY LESSON IN IHSTORY .J. : .............. aMMjMj One Hundred Years Ago Today. 1815 Tho United States declared war upon Algiers, ns a result of repeated acts of tlio Barb...

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. — 3 March 1915

rj.T Jjr5.S H 'tf V'k ,!( Tfe- ,w V . i 4 -I ,. . i a .: ' y 'K 41 i.f t lift 1 ' ofr kT ravc1- 'Si' ji'Xr ' ,- pw .1 Ian you spare A FEW MINUTES some time when you p. are passing the store, and stop in. We want to show you a few $25 OVERCOATS Ej;v,w,e are selling for $15. Geo. H. Frank & Go. MaysvlUo's Foromost Clothiers 303,330 POUNDS f Sold Tuesday Now High Record Made At Two Houses Slump In Total Sales. Tho Maysvillo tobacco market sold 303,330 pounds yesterday, and whilo thoro was considerable slump shown in tho total sales, yot tlio prices were Tuuch higher and at tho iloiuo, tho Ccn. tral and tho Independent, records wero smashed. The sales by houses: Central. Pounds sold 80,023 High prico $18.7o Low prico 2.00 Special sales Wilson and Perry, B.ith .county, 2,200 pounds averaged $1j; Wood Bros, and Fitzgerald, Mason coun ty, 3,15o pounds averaged $13.10; Lane and Mintorx Ohio, 1,S95 pounds nvcr aged $13.11. '. Homo. 'Pounds sold Cj,77u , High prico $01.00 'Xow prico 1.S0 ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 4 March 1915

fv i -A $' 1 7 . , PW .i ' 'V i.iLl J7i4 .iy L-jgf.. T-.r-.f, zl -?"- i I n -ay? fyTTTTTTTmTTTTT-TTTTTTTTTTTTiiyTTTTTmTTTITTTITg PUBLIC LEDGER 7-yv M1M 3rJCUiL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk. Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. 4 J" 1 ' i'A X ! A ' i.U , ,.. !T4i $ i ',i .'& '&. "fl! F r r W" ITXkKt.'S BXPObJ,lVAnrti 9AIL rrVULIO t.SDOFK-m ' $F1 VERY FOOLISH INDEED. A young Riploy poet with a dorao llko brow for which ho apparently has no use, sent tho following to Harpor's Monthly, but it was returned with thanks. 'Tvvcro a pity to allow it to bo lost to posterity: There was a young follow of Plerro, Who Baid "I do" very much florre, With license so high, My cow will go drlgh, And I shall bo driven to bierre." Riploy Bee. . MADE ASSIGNMENT Frank Owens Hardwaro , Company Forced To Wall and Turns Its Business Over To Eauitablo Trust Oompany of Dover. J Yesterday in tho Mason County .Court the Equitable Trust Company of Dovor, named lib nssigneo o...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 4 March 1915

mmyr$wiljf";w,?7. ' ' wwmww iraa -V -f mi-Jr . 1 - .a n t . JN !! rdrz r-r Iv " wt- B W ' m m n lit n i 1 THEJPUBLIC LEDGER dailt-ixcsw BUNoiS roontn or jolt, thahmoiviko AMP OnnUTMAB. 5' rVCr!Mt 1 - - - "'" M" CoeUndLon(j Mn dfl I mfwi-Wbuo wii miwim, ,aiiunceTl8pHQD 0. U , uxwua. kt. Knitted l iheMnvixMle, Ky., rottomce gccomlcUm mall matter. " f - avumjKWJttom-UY uaiu, ()n Yfiir , ................ .. ....a 00 mm nuuiiia. ... ............... .......... i v llirtv jtiiitiia mmh...mm...m ...... 7D a.. vjiHtcu vr oauiukh,. Per Mouth.............. B.wnta rayablt to Collector at trul ot Month. HOW TO BE HAPPY, Hero arc a few little suggestions which may help some reader: Form the habit of doing some- ' thing for somebody every day. This will enlarge your knowledge of human conditions and increase your capacity for happiness. Look for something cheery every day, if nothing more than a ilowcr to sec, a good word to hear, av bright though to consider. Such acquisitions will enrich your me...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 4 March 1915

3j nr THESE ARE THE BEST PURESEED STOCK 'RED RIVER OHIO" from tlio Rod Rivor. "SAND OHIO" from Wisconsin. "NINE WEEKS," the bjg yloldor and flno keeper. "BLUE VICTOR," the record yleldor. "EARLY ROSE," the great favorite. ' "RURAL RUSSETT," NEW, a great 'bargain. Wo also havo Chicago Market, .Kiug, Rurals, Triumphs and sovoral other kinds. Buy your Seed Potatoes from us' if yon want Quality. M. C. RUSSELL CO. H H B1 H H A H m H H H B if m-'-. . k V s&. t n "w V V" ur V 2. :i ?!?' . "Count no woman wlso .until thou . liast rocolvod a letter from her hand; "but lovo nono thou hast not soon face to face, for sho who Is not foolish on paper is worth knowing." Maxims of Methuselah. MILLION AND HALF BRITISH Aro Quartered At Harvo, Returning Americans Report. Now York. Iluvro is now n gigantic military camp, in which are quartered more thtin 1,300,000 drilled and bcnson ed British troojw, and such largo addi tions aro being made almost daily that tlioro no longer is n doubt that Lord K...

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 March 1915

. '" if V fcV. J.. - m --. S W 9 i '. . i r-fy P Special Safe OP DOLLAR IIATS FOR HrtfCm : . NEW, UP-TO-DATE, JUST THE HAT FOR SPRING, AND ON DIS PLAY IN WEST WIN DOW FOR 40c AS LONG AS THEY LAST. FULL RUN OF SIZES. : : : Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillo's Foromost Clothiers 172.775JWDS ;JWoro Total Tobacco Sales Wednesday Strong Market and Prices Woro Very Satisfactory. Sales yestorday wero only 172.753 pounds on tho local tobacco market, but tho market was spirited and tho prices scorned to please the growers. Tho season is now on the wane, but tho extremely dry and cold weather has 'rendered tobacco unfit to handle and -market; therefore, wo. may consider that there will bo alargo quantity of tho weed to como into market when n sot( rain comes. There woro sales yesterday at five houses, tho Amazon reporting no mar ket. Following are tho figures: Homo. Pounds sold G0.G20 High price 7 $30.00 Low prico ' 1.30 Market strong; prices very satis factory. , Special sales Sidoll and John...

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 March 1915

t I ' -vw T ' i y; i KS-r J' .- f "). PUBLIC CATKA SPECIAL Atmores Mince Meat in Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. BWS LEDGER H H H H H H H H 3 ' ' fc ' r- , ' :- " r (i -;IS' fcc KV s.- '. EC ; JiII HJ"J0iMtl1A-r ' . Ho spoilt his youth and middlo ago Accumulating woalth; And thou ho spent his last led cent .Accurmilatinj; health, POSTPONED Miss Bittiun, Noted Clvie Workor of Chicago, Will Speak Later Boforo tho Woman's Club. Miss Harriet Hittuni, civic director of tho eltv of Chk-ityo, and known wido- ly as one of the lending lights on civic conditions generally, who was to have addressed tho Civic Department ol" tlio Masoit County Woman's Civil at (liiild Hall, in tliis city, was unable to fill her appointment, but wjoto ' Mri, ITord, president of the club, that sho will take pleasure in coming liere nt n latei date. Tho Civic Department of the Wo man's Club will meet this afternoon nt tho hall, at which Time Dr. Austin It. Quigley will read an interes...

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 March 1915

:-mr v V. f c ;,x-r ..V i$ fe . j Br' f THE PUBLIC LEDGER tMIT RXCP IiT rOtlBTD T JOLT. TIIANHMIVINH '' and cnnttTMia. - .. P. CURRAN, ) H. C. GURRAN, 1 - Edltorsand Publishers CocaUnd Uonu tin 4(1 I , aiUncaTelpboM " u I orncj rnBLtc ledger bcw.dixo lUTiVlLLt. KT. r ,f Knterert at the MnysNllle, Ky., Pottofflce ond clam mnU matter. 1 00 I 00 7 8UBXVHirilONtt-Iiy it Alt.. MtX MOIlfllB- Ml HMlM HMHimmi- Thn Mini Mi.. ........ .......... ................... UKL1VKRKD BY VARRISU, Per Month.......... ..... ...... ....-.aB'iiU VayabUto Collector at tnd ot itontfi V WORDS OF A PATRIOT. Former President Tnft is fully sustaining the confidence of that Inrgo number of citizens who have always appreciated his ability and recognized his sturdy patriotism. His utterances on questions of the day, particularly concerning those matters relating to American interests and duties in con nection with the European war, command wide attention and respect. Speaking as a private citizen, but as one whose ...

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 March 1915

ENGLAND BUYS CROP SURPLUS. STOCK AND FARM NOTES. . DE LUXE X a .'s 'Si I . r. '? I. !- -" ?r r . - : , :n V .$k . ' 111 l in There is moro luck in hard work than In a jhorss shoo. Lots o fcllors succood without knowln' how thoy did it, bitf a failuro alius has a reason. GOSSIP PROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Washington, March 5. Tho Sixty third Congress, which passed into his tory this week, brfiko nil records for continuous sitting. Called into extra ordinary sosion by President Wilson in April, 1913, the lawmakers wcro kopt busy at work tho entire two year, with, tho exception of a six-week inter im late last full. The one great hopo of tho mctnbors now is that nothing shall nrisc to make it necessary for Congress to nieot "again beforo noxt Decembor. Tho prediction that President Wil son's coming trans-continental trip to tho Pannmn exposition would mark the opening of his enmpaign for roiiominn tion is not likely to be fulfilled. Those who stand well in the confideneo of tho Presiden...

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 March 1915

' w, vv ' Fv . ' i U $' K" f K - &. v m ' k Special Sale OF DOLLAR HATS FOR NEW, UP-TO-DATE. JUST THE HAT FOR SPRING, AND ON DIS PLAY IN WEST WIN DOW FOR 40c AS LONG AS THEY LAST. FULL RUN OF SIZES. : : -j Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo 's Foremost Clothiers OLD-TIME RIVER SCENES Two Companies To Bo In Pittsburg Cincinnati Trade Another In Portsmouth-Cincinnati. Through packet servico between Cin. cinnati and Pittsburg, which has been suspended for some months past, will bo resumed Saturday, when tho steamer City of Parkorsburg will bo started from the former city on her first trip of tho season. Tho Parkorsburg, which has beein tied up at tho Broadway wharfboat in Cincinnati since tho middle of Do ty- - .comber, will leave for Pittsburg in charge of Captain Hutchinson nnd is duo to pass hero Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Advices from Pittsburg are also to tho effect that overtures have been mado to Commodoic John W. Hubbard president of the Ohio nnd Mississippi Navigation Com...

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 March 1915

WTl IE MW'r y"T KSPH n - ' F4 .- "v! f-tcjwp;: T ' S ' , -rVSy j-VIpv . "' ""..? "t,"-''-. "-.. y ? g- -jar- ,. ' ' .' Tje-nJP1 ' i ". XZZttXttttttXXZXttfttZXl -tH&& TBmM'jfmrztimmmwm mMBKWm? j mzi? cmifcT t j w t 4 .akjaw ..,.:. 3 8 8 H H H H H EXTRA SPECIAL Atmores Mince Meat in- Bulk Only 10c Pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk Only 15c Pound. DINGER BROS. PUBLIC LEDGER :SftlJi':ill; M -. I, ""? zas UK 1 1-" -, r ""- m l VAILY TDJtUO .EDO Ktf-JWi MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MARCH G, 1915. ONE COPY- -ONE CENT. $ Talk may bo clioap, But, bless my soull Not this: "Send ip A ton of coal." sag i p-Ma-wri . "sssa POLICE COURT. Jmlgo Whitaker disposed of the fol lowing cases in Police Court yesterday: Lizzio Moore, colored, was flncd $15.50 for breach of the peaco. Lizzie had been out of jail less than a day whon arrested. Bon Porter, colored, was tried on a chnrgo of petit larceny and was held to tho grand jury, his bond being placed at $230. Porter is tho fellow who was arreste...

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 March 1915

' - w- itfifi' :' ii . ' - nt r i P. I THE PUBLIC LEDGER uailt-mcwt ionnir, roontu or jui,t, TtUNKaivtH AMD CIlM.TIiAl. H. r.. r"mpAANN. 1 - - ""' eabm's E?t LooftUnd Lonu Mn .fl I ornoE-roBMO Kntcred at theMayilUe. Ky., r-oitofflce ag aVB8VMPU0m-B MAIL,, One Year.... mv t..ttfcia TUrwMiUll.... DKUVJCRB1) BY VAIllllKli, Ier 91 otitU.MMM...M..iM....M .......M..38.Criit Habli to Collector at tnd of Month. TWELVfc PER CENT OP BOYS SMOKE; FIF TEEN PER OENT WITHOUT RELIGION. How many pupils attend Sunday school? How many have moral training at home? How many belong to a gang? How many smoke cigarettes? How many are on tho streets after 9 o'clock? The above were some of tho questions which pu pils of tho public schools of Newport were asked to answer by Superintendent AY. P. King, who com piled statistics in an effort to ascertain why some 'pupils were not efficient in their studies. The re sult of his investigation in tho grades from the first to tho eighth astonished school commissioner...

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