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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 March 1915

' Vk ) r Welcome the Public J t 0 :.A.SD OgEXE: High School Auditorium Monday, March 8th, at 7:30 p. m. Music hv the Mavsville Saxophone Trio. Recitations, Singing and Dancing. Delicious Refreshments.. Admission Adults 25c, School Children 15c. w y y Berefit School Lunch For Children of the First District. i .... ' rtlflViy.l'H.irj, If ...i.n ' '' " , mm District !P.T. "WwyrA-l V W 111 k tt , ' 4 lvrr I ' te" f.-. i :iit h &- 1-r V .' j . 13 vij (f 5 $aI tr aHl r.But you novor havo to go half way in, order ,t0 Sot In bad. Fow iooplo aro ,wiso enough, to know tb at ignoranco Is bliss. L.GAY STRODE HOW ,WOULD,YOU ' LIKE TO BE THEjIOE man. (Lexington Leader.) Under a cartoon of L. Gay Strode, president of the Middlo States Ico Producors' Exchange, tho lice Pick prints tho following facetious appre ciation of the Lexington man: "Tho Producors' Exchange, tho Ico Pick cess in securing such an excellent like ness of the popular president of tho Middlo States Ico Producers' Ex change. O...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 March 1915

s i v , '" 1 , 1 m& 'J fc1 IV. a Special Sale OF DOLLAR HATS FOR 49 c. NEW, UP-TO-DATE. JUST THE HAT TOR SPRING, AND ON DIS PLAY IN WEST WIN DOW FOR 40o AS LONG AS THEY LAST. FULL RUN OP SIZES. : : : Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo 's Foremost Olothiors FLEMING SBURG NEWS NOTES. (Special Correspondence.) Tho engagement of Kidwcll Grnnnis to Miss Harriett Dudley Hawkins has been announced, tho wedding to take place at tho homo of tho brido March IS. "Tho Hoodoo," which was given by tho senior class of tho high school drew quito a largo and appreciative audienco. J. R. Gallagher, U. S., has bought tho livery outfit of Owens Bros., on Mt. Sterling avenue. Mrs. Anna Watts, wifo of Deputy Marshall John G. Watts, who recently returned from a Cincinnati hospital, is leportcd as doing fairly well. Clarenco Wallingford and family ex pect to leavo Saturday for their homo at Wintersot, la., about 30 miles from Dc3 Moines, where- ho recently pur chased a home, and ten acres, one acre of w...

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 March 1915

- V h ft li i' ' i"r I :S m rV $m' M -:m M VY. v . 'v ;-i f "F00I3 rush in whero angols foar to tread," la now most obsoleto and very trito; Today by every wise man bo It said: That fools put down what angols fear to write. TWENTYJDDITIONS First Baptist Church Revival Groat Crowds Present At Sun day's Meotings. To Yesterday wns a full and great ilny nl t!io revival which Is In progress at tho Baptist church. At 10:30 a. m. Hew Jones addressed tho Sunday bqIiooI, his subject being tho "Child of Bread town (Bethlehem)." In a very simple and convincing way, lio showed so that even a child might easily understand just what Jesus is to every individual. Again at tho regulnT 11 o'clock serv ice, tho preached another powerful ser mon to a full houe, on tho subject of Christ's purpose in coming to tho vwhl. ' And in answer to a special invita tion extended by tho evangelist, a magnificent nudienco greeted him injtho general mass meeting nt 3 o'clock p. m., when ho in a very masterly way, di...

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 March 1915

; Vk" vr bmmw mmmmmmmmmmm I ... MMMVMM, f !'' u r? TH'E PUBLIC LEDGER OAltT KCIfT .OHDAT, FOOntn or JOLT. TnAJ0IVlN8 AMD OltntllTMi. A S SSffl. 1 - - - MMWJWI "M""' ;oeUnd Lout Mn 'dfl I orrios-ruBMO Holered nt the MavsUlle, Ky Poitofncc an XUViVXll'JJUNll-Uy k.. Vakfir NIXiMoiiltia. 1'llft.M Allinltia...uu......UU. .MIMMMI yAi VJCUKU Jiy u Allium, i Moutt. - : l'avabltto Volttctor at tnd of ilonlh CAUSE OF UNREST. Frank P. Walsh, cliainnan of tho United States Commission of industrial relations, made an ad dress last Monday in which ho gave the result of tho commission's investigations and his deduc tion from all the testimony, which was the low, wages in the cause of the unrest in this country, and consequently the only escape from unrest is, pay better wages, and this was his conclusion from thoso weeks of investigation. He might have said the same thing before he started on his jaunt But where arc the wages low? That is what the commission should find out. Is it because of con d...

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 March 1915

J.V W A-iiiWJfc. First District P. T. A. Will Welcome the Public w j&JT TE: High School Auditorium Monday, March 8th, at 7:30 p. m V Music by the Maysville Saxophone Trio. Recitations, Singing and Dancing. Delicious Refreshments. AdmissionAdults 25c, School Children 15c. Benefit School Lunch For Children of the First District. J' J ' J .- - ' - n ' I . .. i n . , , - . V t ,. - . j- 1 !! nil i iiimiwi n -iiQ "" ' ""'' biiiwiiii i ' awj i i ii ii r ii .ji y A Li. if I $- $ '' b- Ji ) ? t M-' B' ; r. 1B fc I r lI am longing for tho country, whero tho raccoon's hard to track, Whenntho road la so crooked, you moot yourself comings back; Whero tho egg-nog Is noglcss and the ryo has gono awry, 'Wlioreithe punch bowl holds carnations, and the cock-tall glass Is dry. Tho Pcndletonlan. THAW'S EIGHT-YEAR FIGHT FOR LIFE AND FREEDOM. 1900. Juno 2o Thaw shot ami killed Stan, ford White at tlio Madison Square Roof Garden. 100". January 22 Th.iw placed on trial for murder. 1908. February 1 Tha...

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 March 1915

I ftr r$- & j Overcoat J IT SO GOME IN AND SEE SOME WE HAVE LEFT OUT OF THE $7.50 and $10 lines for $5 A FEW ON DISPLAY IN EAST WINDOW. Geo. H. Frank & Go. Maysvillo's Foremost Clothiers LATESTNEWS Mrs. Helen M. Anglo, on trial for manslaughter in connection with tho death of W. R. Ballou, is expected to tako tho stand in her own dofonso this n ook. Tho district convention of mino ' workers controlling tho Ohio fields Voted to hold out "until death," rath er than accept tho operators' wngo "scale. ' Five persons wero killed, siv wore seriously injured and n scoro wounded when Monroo Pliillips shot up thu town of Brunswick, Ga. Ho was k'u'ed him self. Two men alleged to lmvo taken part inxft bank robbery in Now Westmin ster, B. 0., in 1011, whon $317,000 was stolen, woro captured in Chicago. Tbreo moro arrests woro mnilo in tho Torro ilauto election fraud cases Tho trial of Mayor Roberts and 27 others will open today in Indianapolis Vice President Marshall will repre sent Pre...

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 March 1915

&' Tr. ; N-f V 4 'S w eftll m va ' lifftk mrLit. Vv taWM'MMMM rCiMitCJ SJTPCIi.WO.irt-- An intrepid young follow from Mote, Went out for arido in a bote; Too craft struck a loak, And later that Week; The soarchors located his coto. SUCCESSFUL Was tho Paront-Teachoi Entertainment Last Evening At the High School Building. Tlio Parent-Teacher Association of tho Titst District school hold an open session in tho auditorium of the high school building last nitrlit nt 7:30 o'clock. A largo and highly enter tained audience wus present. The pro pram was spicy, varied and short, winkling uj with :i buffet luncheon serv cd by Caterer Tra.xol, who knows how. Tho Mnysvillo Saxophono Trio fur nWhcd delightful music. Tho high school boys und girls danced and sang n est charmingly. M Tlioso faltliful workers, -who have (this cause in hand, Mrs. Oeorgo T. Bar hour, Mrs. Clarke Rogers, Miss Lottie Dcrry and ttieir assistnnst, certainly doservo help, encouragement aud com pliments. Tlio money from...

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 March 1915

?&y, ' V , . ; -s EjM- i j. .V THEPUBLIC LEDGER HAILY KX01PT tBHDAT, FOOBtn Of JOLT, TIUKB0IY1N0 AMU CMIISTKAft. fr n.Cr"fRRRAANN. - - - E"''" MW" 0ool arid bone Wn dtl I orric-PtiLto wdoib boiwiiho Jliuoc Telephone NO. IU. MATSvitLg. kt. ijnlercil at MieMavwHle, Ky.,Poitomte as ctond-cln mall matter. ..Ti i i I ill , , ' SUllSOHlVlWNi)-li Y MAIL, DKLIVKHKD BY CARRIM pr monltv M.M........MM..u. ....... wM.M....9!Ul!Ventft livable to Collector at end of MontA WASHINGTON'S SlNS. ,-ln a Washington birthday .address Champ Clark, Speaker o the House, made the following statement: "Somebody may object that "Washington occa sionally drank a miut-julep, bet on a horse race. danced the Virginia red'and at Monmouth swore becausu Charles Lee spoiled the plan of battle by - ictrcating when ordered to-charge," the Speaker . said, "but we must judge men by the manners and customs of the times in which they lived and not by thosii of our times. In "Washington's day near ly all men drank mint-j...

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 March 1915

El 3VC E3 JSC 3B Ei IR, We are headquarters for Quality as well as price Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa, Alsike, Sweet Clover, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass, Millett, Red Top and Cane Seed. Largest stock of Seed Potatoes in this state. Try our new varieties - Nine Weeks, Blue Victors and Rural Russetts. Have all other varieties. :3ML. O. ETT CO. jE, fc m pfe'-. "vr S HE K n m v$ V asr. ' ' V2 ''.. r a V t w r t' 'Jrt "Man's finest work comes aftor 50." I liko that lino of dope. It makes us all fcol gay and nifty, And gives us hope. OUP, LIMITLESS POHSIBILITIES. In this country 100,000,000 pcoplo nro living in u land whoso' natural re sources beggar all description, whore coal and iron and oil nntl gas and granites nnd marbles and pbospato rock, sulphur and many otlior minerals aro found in quantity such ns wow-hero clso is known to man. lloro, too, nro cot ton and wheat and corn and barley and oats and ryo; hero aro million's of live stock not to servo mighty nrmics in tboir death gr...

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 March 1915

y . " 5s fyiT m; IT MAY BE POSSIBLE YOU 'ABE IN NEED OF A GOOD, WARM SERVICEABLE Overcoat IT SO OOME IN AND SEE SOME WE HAVE LEFT OUT OF THE $7.50 and $10 Lines for $5 A FEW ON DISPLAY IN EAST WINDOW. Ui-o. H Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers SUPREME COURT ANNULS TWO CENT PASSENGER RATE. Washington, March 8. Tho WeM Virginia two cent passenger rate law was annulled as unconstitutional today by -tho Supremo Count as to tho busi ness of tho Norfolk and Western rail road company. In announcing tho court '4 decision, Justice Iluglfes said in part as follows: ' "It is clrtir thnt by tho reduction in rates, tho company is forced to carry passengers, if not at or below covt, with merely a nominal regard, consid ering the volume of tho trnllic affected. Wo find the stiato exceeded its powers in imposing It." Tho new British pension plan will cost tho government nearly $1, 725,000, 000 boforo tho last pensioner dies. .No. 0501. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The Bank of Maysville Na...

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. — 10 March 1915

w Vf X . -V i 4-. t '"'ff ' 5 ' Li r Tf ; 1 ' i & iS' rffl t&fflSaKaar1' ftff5A -flSflp PUBLIC LEDGER 9AJLV VVBIJO LEVOt'liWXt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. A chemist will nmko frosh eggs soon, "And out of air," says ho; Wo know tho tlmo was bound to como When air would not free. (Bliighnmpton, X. Y., Republican Iloi.ihl, Miin-Ii 0.) HITCHCOCK'S DOUBLE In City on Same Day As the Actor Tracy Rogers' Guest, a Kcntuckian, Attracts Attention G. Center, City hail it yesterday that Q. Tracy Rogers 'had sold out his hold ings in tho Bliighnmpton Railway Com. pauy with a view ty entering tho mu sical comedv field. Everywhere ho went yesterday ho was accom ranicd by a tall, genial-featured gentleman who at tracted tho atteiitlion of all ho mot. Then eamo subdued whispering "That's Raymond Hitchcock." Mr. Uogeis took his guest up to the Chamber of Commerce aud pointed out tho sights f i oni Binghamptoii's nearest approach to heaven. Then -ho led th...

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. — 10 March 1915

hi 'W iiMMMkMAMMMMMkMdMMaa "257 3 r gi-. K t'ir..- hfc m J , f THE PUBLIC LEDGER lUILT IXCWt BOKHAT, TOUllTn Or JULY, TUANMOIVINO AKU CliniBTMAi. A. P. CURRAN, H. C. CURRAN - - - Editorsand Publishers CocUndLonR M dfl I omoB-ronMO Mnon nuiiuwu 31.tanc Telephone Q. HU. MAiaTlLLa. kt. &''' Kntered at the MnvstlUe, Ky roilofBce. im ceond-clMi malt matter.. aVmVHWlWttX-UY UAlL. ln Yenr Ml MfllltllO -, Tlirr Jlonlln ..8U IIU ... I .. 70 UKUViCKKD BY VAitUliCl!, Per Nonlti-.... ...... ..l;cti Payable to Collector at end of Jon(A. i BELGIUM'S ORPHANS CAN NOT BE ADOPT ED. In connection with the many letters received hy the Commission for Kelief. in Belgium, at 71 Broad wny, New York, from persons desiring to adopt orphan children of Belgium, Dr. Percy II. Wil liams of Columhi.i Univesity, who has just return ed from the province of Liege, where ho spent two months distributing food among 900,000 people for the commission, says: "There are practically no Belgian orphans in the United Sta...

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. — 10 March 1915

iiV 3 "ps "pn twt ThH tvt tp Ten tz We arc headquarters for Quality as well as price Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa, Alsike, Sweet Clover, Orchard Grass, Kentucky BlU'e Grass, Millett, Red Top and Cane Seed. Largest stock of Seed Potatoes in this state. Try our new varieties Nine Weeks, Blue Victors and Rural Russetts. Have all other varieties. 3c. c- zesttssie: jjj CO. ; .flHLULHk' ll" Hr lttk. K H w. IS "f. ft A : -x. y 1V l i v One would think that tho clock Is a suspicions character the way some peo ple watch It. GRAND OPERA SINGER ON LOCAL PLATFORM. On Momlny night, March 15, the poo. pie of Maysville nml environs will 'havo tho first opportunity of hearing a grand opera singer in their homo town, Mine. Evelyn S'-otnoy. Mine. Scotnoy is a protego of the great Melba ami will bo assisted in her vocal, offerings by How ard White, celebrated basso-enntante, cf tho Boston Opera Company. Erie Ilnyno of tihe Boston Symphony Orches tra is violinist and Herbert Seller is piano accoinimnist. ....

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. — 10 March 1915

v1 t M 5ta . w Uv " IT MAY BE POSSIBLE YOU ABE IN NEED OP A GOOD, WARM 8EBVI0EABLE Overcoat IF 80 COME IN AND SEE SOME WE HAVE LEFT OUT OF THE $7.50 and $10 Lines for A FEW ON DISPLAY EAST WINDOW. IN Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clothiers LATEST WARBULLETINS AVafehlngton, March 0. AH Americans Jiavo heen ordered out of Mexico, no cording to a dispatch received at one of tl.o foreign embassies hero today. The order caino from Secretary Bryan and was transmitted to tho Brazilian min ister in Moxico City on March 5, ac cording to this dispatch. A fleet of soveu Anioricnn warships is being assembled boforo Vora Crti7, to bo under tho command of Rear Ad miral William B. Caporton, who is now sailing for tho Moxienn coast for Guan tanamo. The ships in tho fleet aro Uic battleships Dokiwaro ami Georgia, the nrinorod cruisor Washington, tho pro tected cruisor Tacoma, tho cruisor Dcs Moinos and tho gunboats I'otrol and Sacramento. Prosh out breaks invohing tho safety of Amer i...

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 March 1915

n - i - ' ' . r . rv f' r. ..!' ''i ti ll' li I IW !! ! I .kWlW" ii ? nmI--H-Jv rfWR ,i. o 'SfSWROTTCT nJ. .J"?'- iw . 'Kftj " T- -W 1 IWJ1P iHkW V E- . c r IVBn '"WrMIVHKr 7 $&! ,; o " rT .77r i v- v.r, 'y,f- P?'f, '. fi .,t "- i v n ; v7j . . ' . s .? - ."&. vj rawHwrinr faf : vr A Bowl of Soup Made from Campbell's 21 varieties is easily prepared and appetizing. We carry a good stock. :::::::: DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers. 107 W Second Street. PUBLIC LEDGE rV iIiMT0matm 7"' ,v liv: ft:- " ). K i m MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $Lz Timely Warning. lnlos von want To mieivo and eoff, Don't 1)0 too quick To take 'oni olT. Youugtdnvvn Telegram. nwTfr " -- - OREATEST REVIVAL IN YEARS. Thirty-nino have taken Chiisfc foi salvation iiihI eight joined by letter. Many results nmke this tlio greatest re vival that the- Hnptist church has had in years). Several have or will unlto with other churches ami the entire city is being blessed. The evange...

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 March 1915

' -r' . r .: if X "V5' ' ( M x' ) i i? ? l "A, i . . w THE PUBLIC LEDGER IIA1LT BXOirT HOMIUT. rOUHTlt OF JOLT TIUNKf OIVINH AND OlintlTMAB. A. F. CURRAN, ) & H. C. CURRANJ, tiOoMand Long Ulmnoe Telethons No. 40. orriOB roBMO lkdusii iiuiluinii MATBVIU.S. KT. Hntered nt theMayatltle, Ky., Poto(Tlce n SUWsVUU'llUMi-U Y MAIL. Our Yf-ur......... - NIX ITluiltll. t -- Three Jlnulh. ... -.. DKL1VK11KV BY VAUUIKH, Per Moiiti...................... asicrnl. 1'ayabli to Collector at tnd or MontA. BILLY'S PREACHING. A reception to Billy Sunday wns given by the business and financial men of Philadelphia, last Tuesday. They told what they knew oi" the results of tho Sunday campaign. Mr. Patten, assistant to the president of the Pennsylvania railroad, said tho good effect of tho employes of the road could not be over-estimated. John) "Wanamaker said that he, as well as other business men, lind people paying their bills more promptly. 'William Porter, former United States minister to Italy, d...

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 March 1915

? "ST F MlUMIIMHM MSHnnMa. HHMHIHiH MMHsV BMB nsBasjsiasia ssmnna. mm & E! 1NSL E3 3eC y We arc headquarters for Quality as well as price Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa, Alsike, Sweet Clover, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blues Grass, Millett, Red Top and Cane Seed. Largest stock of Seed Potatoes in this state. Try our new varieties Nine Weeks, Blue Victors and Rural Russetts. Have all other varieties. :3C- O- DESXTSSEJI-iX-. CO. w$ " " 'jsIbbbbbbbbIl. bbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbibbbu. sbbbbbbbbbW bibbI Hl 1 h H . B j,, M I JEhLi JSmL ' 1 .-: s. I. V U v j 4-. AS- -Va v' & -fit k" i ' u zA rf i m There nro, after all, only two kinds of peoplo In the world thoso who aro f.ylng to kenp tholr names out of the newspapers and tlioso who aro trying to get theirs in. DATESJRE SET By Chief Justico For Hearing Ken tucky Option Oases. I'rankfort. Chief Justico Miller fix oil Jtnroh 22 the ditto for filing briefs, nnd March 21 tho ilnto for arguments in the oaso of William Albreeht, otc, against ...

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 March 1915

mamsrmtTr iFa wmxm mw;wm$wr?rs ' iT JfTSFS!. flS v:: .". r MWiF . j V. '';. .M5' 'tfrr7 'V . - t V .-7 W-5Wir' - .. , . , i W v ' . '"'i klN w' A" f &fc frv Bfc f ?1i fk V j. i..; w n-- B . Eft IV. -s - The days of sun shine and joy com ing and with them the most beautiful Spring Suits for men and boys ever shown in Mays ville by Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllo's Foremost Clotlilors 234,665H)UNDS Total Sales Wednesday Prices Much Bottor But Receipts Are Showing a Falling Off. The tobacco market yesterday was spirited and tho prices obtained wore higher as a rulo and satisfied all par ties. .Following is tho detailed report ffoin all the houses, except tho Amazon, which had no sales: Home. Pounds sold 42,4G3 High prico ...I $10.50 Low prico LSO Market O. K. Central. Pounds .sold y.. 4 1,015 High prico $17.20 Low prico 3.00 Market strong. Independent Pounds sold 40,7S0 High price $10.70 Low prico L70 Market good, offerings medium. Special crop S. G. Stockdale, Mason county, aver...

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 March 1915

! Sf w a. i.TT .' 11 i hi Hfr 4r 7"nw vh sV 'VlTT'' -"T ,i. ;v ' fc ' -i- . "- 1 V - !. 1 RW ! "" ' .j- ' t - vE l t. v' ' tdsuspr-iwiirt ww" jw xxEassmemssmsaaKimif"i inw3TX7 ?' r- '..at. ." - .'; .'." -. Ai'KiKji .. ' -- J)fj.jiar1i.'Vf-v1sraBfliF-ftT'A - ' .fiy 4f "' -" N-ffWj-j.y;, ) & owl oi Soup fe- f . ; i-i CWf-i . r !' St.. M PUBLIC LEDGER MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Molaucholy rliymcs with folly, Brooding novcr built a nest. Dock your walls with smiling holly. Work contented: do your best. Melancholy rhymes with folly Only ho who laughs Is blcstl MASON COUNTY COURT. Yesterday In the Mason County Court it was ordered Hint tlio petition of the assignee of tlio Frank Owens Hard wire Company, which had been pro duced in court, bo filed. In the peti tion Hie Equitable Trust Company of Dover, as iwignco, prayed the court to order a sale of the s-tock of goods of paid corporation in bulk nt an early date, and to decide whether or not in the...

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 March 1915

1; i'rWX , M: s- KV IV -s: fc ' i' ' itv ,v 'V w , Jt B.V ", THE PUBLIC LEDGER ' UAILT-IXCWT SOHDAT, FOURTH or JOLT, TnANKIMVINU AND CHIIUTMAI. fr. r. SN. - - E"i.nd frblW I.00M and Loo kn AQ I orricK-runuo Lyoain buildimo OlsUnee Telephone llU. HU. matjvilh. kt. Untered nt the Mvvlllr, Ky., Poitoffice ns gctoml-claiu mall mutter. SOliSVltll'ilUMS-UY MAIL, On Year ? Nix Month. .. ....... S0 Tlin .Miiiillii DKLIVXMCD hV CAU1UKR, Per JlmUli.. ....... ................SBICmt. J'atable to Collector at ind of itonl. .''"'GETTING ready to begin. Lord Kitchener hns announced that before March 15 one American and live English war cor respondents will he permitted to join the hcathumr. tors stall! o Field Mnrshal French in France, and that thi'so correspondents will he given much wider latitude in reporting what is going on and what may go on than has been accorded any cor respondents during the pendency of the war. This relaxation of the iron-clad censorship that has up to this time covered ...

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