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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 14 February 1914

? ' H to We f.'i The Daughter of David Kerr ' By HARR Y KING TOOTLE f Illustrations by Ray Walters IT SYNOPSIS. Gloria Kerr, u motliorli'im Klrl, i luts spent most of lar life In school, nrrivcs at her futlicr's home Iti llelmout. iJahl Kerr la tlio political boss of tlm town, and Is anxloud to prevont Ms daughter leurnlnB of lil real iluitacter. Kendall, rcprcsontlni; the Chlcnm) packers, 1 uu Rotlatlnir with Juilte Ollbort. Keir's cliltf ndvlstr, for a aluahle franchise They fear tho opposition of Joe WrlKlit, editor of th reform Diner. Kerr asks tho us- Atstunce of JuiIko Gilbert In Introducing Gloria to Belmont society, and promises to help him put tlirouKli hip pncKcrs franeltiso and lei him have nil the Kraft. Gloria- meats Joe Wright at tho Gilberts. It appears they nro on Intlmnto terms. huvInK met previously on a toutlnc party In Europe. Tho Gilberts Invito Gloria to Btay with tlum pending the r.'furntililnp; of tho Kerr home Wright begins his llu'lit (iRnlnst tho pioposcd ...

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. — 14 February 1914

. l v t' 'W r v , i WS. i ;- ' K' ft ' HI iw I II H 'l I ESSE i ill IIIIIHI. THE PUBLIC LEDGER liMit stcirT aoapxt, fotnrca o jolt, tuank8IT1h4 AMD OlinUTMll. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. f i ii i i- ' V . ' ... ' jjitTnW''lW' J ..'. . ' I , iy k" Local and Lobr 01tanoe Telephoaa u a orrioi ruBLio lkdosb builuikb, llO. HUi J KAT1VII.LK.KT. auuavuiPiiuns-BY uail. Bat lfr......-..-...-. Mix Mouth.. ..3 00 1BU Thr.fi Mtth.,.m....i.. .,.....-..-.. DJLIVK11ED BY CARBIBB, gyatUto Oollittor at md of Monin. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. In the recent city election in Boston, less than a third of the registered women voters, entitled to vote for members of the school committee, went to the polls. The total amount of money in circulation in the United. States was stated on January 1 to be $3, 447,368,355. The per capita circulation was esti mated at $35.71 It is announced that growers of sugar beets in tho "West refuse to accept the lower prices offered ' bybcet sugar factories, a...

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. — 14 February 1914

j&jfcv 'w; fn-'y rrrri ? to !' 1 , '" . IV I i 8" MTC niiijimii n'i wmuuuma Ohio, improving on nature, Is loading tho van of progression; Sho now has no Legislature But Governor Cox is in session. James Ball Nnylor. Tho Big Sale otids Saturday night at Mcrz Bros. A woman's nttitudo toward hor hus band's gambling proclivities is that it. is wrong to Ionu Tho death r.ito of Kentucky in 1913 was 13.4 per 1,000; that of Louisvillo 17.2 and tho nveruge fortho eighteen registration Stntes 13.8, tho Census B - renu reported. ' e'L TOP PRICE FOR TOBACCO Is, of course, what you want; and the way to get it is to sell at the HOME! That is what most people do and you cannot make a mistake by fol lowing the crovvd to the HOME. THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP 1 BULLETT'S ORCHESTRA AlAVAY-t A. KKATUIIK Bargain Prices, 5c 1 0c If tho courts took cognizanco of what tho Scotch do to tbo English language, tho offense would bo classified an "as aault and battery." Pastime it it MOST DESTRUCTIVE WARSHIP The Wo...

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. — 14 February 1914

He -M fit; KT ir. h x . 'j W5 E ,. j Warning ! To whom it may concern, and oven to thoso who don't give a rap, wo want you to know and toll everybody, that tho reduced prices on tho new styto 1911 suits will not prevail much longor, becauso we have almost raisod the money wo need. On Ovorcoats wo are going to let tho reduced prico remain, ' until thoy aro all gono and it won't lo long until thoy aro gone. 800 our West window of choico 920 guaranteed Suits at $15. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. THsl I'rotty corset covors 25c, beautiful gowns 50c, at Merz Bros. ANOTHEE PILLOW OP VIRTUE TAKES A TUMBLE. Oklahoma City, Okla., February 12. Minnio E. Bond of Oklahoma City, to day gave l'or vorsioa in District court hero of what occurred at a Washing ton hotel, March 21, last, whon, it is nllogod, sho was attacked by United States Senator Thomas P. Goro of Okla homa. Mrs. Bond is scoklng to recover $50,000 in damages from the senator. BRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT Many Divo...

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. — 16 February 1914

:t V t7r.iw- v?w iraswrv?" lhb , s. , r ' f .-sv1", 7 1 IfcT , S ' F Vvi' WitiinvWgaB'W'''l''''',ll'wwga!lll1''111 ' m'mmwaw ?.-V"fJ, . iMi'itunmiewwii i mmimwiiuBmw1'" .H-iMCKMn iiii i,,ii.i epm;,',uiiw - , t. .Jw "tfy 3 ' n IKAK0 FLOUR PUBLIC LEDGER 'v J Something now. Add water nnd bake. Makes delicious cakes. Only 15c pnokago. S TT if- B DINGER BROS., Leadlng Retailers t t P " I I' R- J If Ml'1 1 H TXSKLT RKPVBLItN-ttef IAILY FVBL10 LEOUES-tnt, fg Odo To Dry Sunday. Onco upon n mldniglit dreary I had landed dry and weary At my favorito enfo entrance, as the barkeep closed tho door; And my mouth was filled with cotton nud I certainly felt rotten. So I said: "Barkeep, please open. Ju9t a momont, I implorot" Quoth tho Barkeep: "Nothing doing. Say, ya boob, ya make mo soro. Don't ya know that I'd get pinched if I should open up this doort" So I said: "Oh, Hellebore!" Luko McLuko. INVBSTMBNTS Good Flrat Mortgage Land Notes Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cent FRANK H. CLARKE, First National Ban...

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. — 16 February 1914

y . cir iiWf O f(U am ii him iwni nf iiiiipi.ii, niiir t-j ' " H H r- K' f - 'V r- THE PUBLIC LEDGER I'Aibt Moirr inniTi foujitb or jolt, tuaxkhitik 4MB OJIBIlTMAi. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. lioatlanil Long OUtnoe TtUphoaa NO. W, BAIITILLI. KT. aVhaUJIlPllOItS-JlT MAIL. One Yr... " J Ix n-alhi . ................ TUre JloUi ... ... .. DMLIVXRSD ST CABB1XS, rr MoBih -- cmu faiqftUto (oewrw or om. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. "Tall oaks from little acorns grow," unci big for tunes from the little field pea nre also liable to no cumulate in the State of Georgia. The black-eyed pea is so highly esteemed as u food supply that u movement has been inaugurated to makeeveiy AYednesday a special day in Georgia on which r.U ii ;inu urn tn put these wens as part of their bills of fare. The cow-pea, its familiar name, is evidently asserting itself. DEAL WITH MEN YOU KNOW. Don't expect the impossible of your town and its merchants. Be sure first, before you complain of the goods an...

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. — 16 February 1914

X v --a , s. h.f- W aSBt "ir . I' J'- wmMWMW'MWI,'lS ' ,. f4W!WMi"W" ' r ojjif .milj'""""1"1 ' vv ,1 v.". niwniiiiwumii -T- y?ry .-1 .. v tf 1.3 Ti0V Don't bo angry with tho follow who climbed tbd ladder of success just ahoad of you. Tho ladder was there boforo cither of you saw it. Celebrated 78th birthday. Mr. W. 0. Huttsell of Aberdeen cel ebrated his 78th birthday Wednesday. All his children, grandchildren and one great grandchild wore present, except his daughter Jennie. At noon was served nn ologaut dl Soma Wcathor. Ono day t is so warm that you Aro sticking to your B. . D.'s; Noxt day Jt mows and starts freeze A follow can't toll what to do. RIDING RIGHT OVER THE FEDERAiiS. to Chicago, Fobruary 12. Wcstorn league magnates, who gathered hero to day for their annual schedulo meeting, reported that most of their players woro sinned for tho ensuing season nud that j they aro not in dread of an oxtonslvo n- Podoral' lenguo raid. Vlco Prosidont .. . . !.-' l.VI -.! T ITm.Inn tirnot...

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. — 16 February 1914

KElHl S f" n T k m ; -)X JLOJr JKLdXlf 1 Vlk-A S 4- Confusion of Tongues, Garments, and Parents NEW YORK. Tho wisdom of pnrents who know their own children was tmdly lacking on tho part of ono mother on Ellis Island tho other day. yjt.On that account, had It not boon for his acuto perception and his persistence, Abraham Diaz, two and a half years old, might now bo Miss Josepha Laslch, two years old, so far as records aro concerned. Abraham and his mother arrived a few days ago from Warsaw, Russia, and his first stop to ward American citizenship was to ncqulro that inevitable American infantile malady measles Tho measles hindered his progress somewhat, for ho was sent to tho Ellis Island hospital, whero ho met for tho first tlmo llttlo Josepha Laslch. Jo sepha's little sister was very ill, so sho and hor mother wore detained. Abraham emerged from tho measles uncondl tionally several days ago, and tho physicians de cided that ho could resumo his clothes and pre pare to leavo tho islan...

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. — 16 February 1914

IS BSEWy wm PiW5A.n w. - tj .be rrT " ij,r ilin ) -, jrf-ft--tr o.'1;--!'' ii i lniiiT,i tv i r i JhiM)wy i i ii i ytti,-.1 -as imi ,w n wyW4ww m. m . -k. a m ih -, "" t?m7A i -.- X 1? 3, K. Pt fjNi a HEN Lincoln lived In Spring Held, 111., and practiced law, ho worked bard by flts and Btnrts, and gavo a consider ablo portion of bis ofllco bours to nowapapors, story swapping, poetry, blBtory, geometry any thing but work. His houso was near his of fice, but If it bo truo that "homo Is tho other porson," ais homo waa not a place to turn to with glad re lief when the tlmo camo to put on his rickety plug hat and leavo tho ofllce. Lincoln generally got to the ifflco lu tho morning at 9 o'clock, f.nd when It waa lator, Herndon, his partner, know thero had been trouble at home, for Lin coln then hud no cheerful morn ing greeting, only a grunt, as ho fell wolflshly upon tho morn ing's mall. Ho might havo lunched, easily enough, at homo, but ho preferred crackers and cheoso at tho office, an...

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. — 16 February 1914

.' v fjniillfiriiiiliiiHiiiniMaJ uMMwMiri Warning ! & To whom it may concent, and oven Kl TO IUOSO WHO UVU givo U V( nuuv pyou to know and toll overybody, that 'the reduced prices on the new stylo I, m 1011 suits will not prevail much longer, because wo havo almost raised tho money we nocd. On Overcoats wo aro ' going to let tho reduced price remain, Jr watll they are all gono and it won't Ta long until they aro gone, See our west window of choice (20 cuaxantood Suits at T - - Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBUCiLEDGER ft1 S.l- i . i ' Nine porsons died from tho cold at New York C.ity. Beautiful quality, wonderful variatv ' in $1 tablo linens. Hunt's. Spalding Trafton, a Honderson news paper man, was appointed Postmaster , at Honderson. '- FOUNDER OP BERTILIiON SYSTEM .DEAD. Paris, February 13. Alphonso Bcr tillon, creator of the system, of criminal identification which mado his name known throughout tho world, died hero today, aged 61. Bortillon's titl...

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. — 17 February 1914

MHFff 'f .' ' ?WW'-I''M'1 ''"''''rwirn'1"'' "m"1 wm.,1,... a KMwmujm rauuWMJgM,mWJJuLil.a.,IJ,,w.M,a,J.ilu.k,,;tu,l,,, ., ,L , . TMHf ' t.f. S-fr' ! 1,, PUBLIC g LEDGER . 1 HP r . .. . . 1KAK0 FLOUR SornothiDg new. Acid water and bake. Makes delicious cakes. Only 15c pnokage. 5 Try it. IB i.r RKPvm.it)AN-im MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. IvSfe Moral: Bo Up To Date. iKSSASh' ONE COPY ONE CENT. m ' V ri iw fer-i Moral: Bo Up To Date. Io talked of lovo in a cottage, But she firmly answered: "No." And his rival won by tnlklng Of lovo in a bungalow. Mr. Sammy Bbyd is reported quite in at tho Robinson houso in West Second I'trcet. Lexington's clement wlo wanted to riofano tho Sabbath clay by opening tl.o theaters, saw a light and thcro will bn no more Sunday shows. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgage Land Notes Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cent. FBANK II. CLARKE, First National Bank Building. OH, YOU HARRY! Mr. Harry Otto, now at Lexington State University, held No. 3,M0 which got t...

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. — 17 February 1914

wms Twe W " 'O 'F Y v i i iMJtf "j ' " niiwiniw.n'ihnw ."WMHWf ilt&iZJ. n.nii.yinw4i". ' '' " :t . a- x .r W- i- M Ur THE PUBLIC LEDGER H1IL1 -xcirr BUNBiT. rouirea or jolt, tuAXXtarnao AMU Olinl.THlS, A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Loo.lanU Lose 9ltno Tlphon No. 40. orriai raBLic lkuhib aniLoiNe, ATITILLK. KT. aumuKirJiuNn-ur jtAtu. On If er. ........... --... Nix Montk-. m ............-.-... .. 1 t TO Thr MOHlhi ....... OMIVXRMD BY VABHISM, rt Mouth. ... ..-. Cai fafiotiU to Votttctor ittnil ot UW. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCh. Aviator Glen II. Curtiss predicts thnt the next development in the aviation ileld will he n flying motorcycle. One of the most disquieting tilings about the Wiluon tariff law is the enormous cargo of enthus iastic approval which is being imported from abroad. ' " ''" -- At the special session of Congress the bills and resolutions introduced totaled 12,000. How many had no other object than that of reminding con stituencies that their represent...

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. — 17 February 1914

& 11 iv T " vi VH. xV-i ' Va" 4J5 rjr M " " y -' An.-d -- .- - -yiiiJMiBui mm'ii i - m -- - iiBiiiim - -- - -. - - U , R? m m KS bs I; K Tho way to make pcoplo love tholr country la to ronilcr th.it country beau tiful. Thero is a greater connection bo tweon horticulture and patriotism thau most people Imagine. Toll your troubles nnd your frlonds will 8co to it that you have plenty to tell. "FAGGED-OUT" WOMEN Will Find Help In This Letter. Ovorworkod, run down, "fnggod-out" wemen who feel ns though they could hardly Jras about should profit by Mrs. Drill's cxperiou;p. Sho says: "T was in n very weak, run-down condition. Llfo was not worth living. I could not sleep, was very nervous, stomach bad, and was not able to work. "I consulted with ono or two phy sicians, without benefit. T read of "Vlnol helping somo one In a similir condition so I began to tjko it, and it simply did wonders for mo. I gained in weight and I am now in better health nnd stronger than ever. I can not find wo...

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. — 17 February 1914

w - fffijy n M fflftr"SrflSfV rm 'f 1 " 7H. "Vi" t. t 'T-j .j'i ' V .-. r V "C ' 1 -? '1 j K ? m-i -i4 tv sM X Vk txa. E 1 !.; 1 cjd a'- f' " SE TK t fey 'W '" !S !vr W8arwiiOTtiwrw.W&WCfKgi "HOT STUFF while the music is good, but vro don't mean this; v?o moan warm Over coats at the reduced Isfy prices, woolon half-hose, flP sweaters, fur caps, wool - f' ' and fur gloves, warm underwear, ear bobs, ' iT. mufllors and heavy suits. ffi - - r The Overcoats aro going ! ' ' . got yours. l Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. Willard D. Straight says contract be tween Chinese Government and Stan dard Oil Company of New York should be a matter of greatest satisfaction to Americans interested in trndo with China. S HOME FKOM SOUTH AMEEICA. Mr. Windsor Sharp, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet (J. Sharp of this city, came in yesterday for a brief visit to his parents and returned to Cincinnati. Windsor has been in South America as a representative of The Washington Post ...

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. — 18 February 1914

.fiy.uy Ppij fwH?;7 Y,f WfoWHllnlMWIW'Wfr iiituiMiuimwwww3PWgT Kquuiipttn)cwiw. IHBHHIiHlHnHHewiMH!iMfflSnBRmuBFr9BIRHHIE"3SkwT Vw TJFrawyilra WWIBWWmIB ppfirT---"r - -a r:'wmwTr' " ,.' Wv 'JT - .." '"' " . . - . . ,,'! i j!K "''' - LEDGER "v -- . i-TTr. v.. . 1 . am . Jt UXjJjIV rai3LS liul MWr-. . E ?9HB wwuvi--uVi.ji.i-Vu-manr-i- " -" ----- - - i-iiwiKiwiwixtwiiwiownw - - Llflflf, fiikKtT KRPVHLtOAir-im MW 'The ancient 0 reeks enjoyed a bloss- fVirVWI ' IK '?$ ' hcir troU9Crs nuvor n00''0'1 pressing; ttWV&ilE ISh" $$L Uiit to their joy Koine gloom attaches VMi1 JmS They had no place to strlko thoir JM'fiH 4 JSh MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 'The ancient 0 reeks enjoyed a Moss ing Their trousers never needed pressing; Uiit to their joy t-otne gloom attaches They hml no place to strlko thoir matches. The revival services nt the First M. E. Church South closed lust night. 1 show at the Washington Theater tonight. Proceeds go to Base Ball C...

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. — 18 February 1914

V," ;vi "P ,H flu V v V t 11 ' , '' Hft, ?' 'V &. 9- & R 'i r !v ' 5. i,,V(wii'iwi''iy'iIily tlffil IW WmeKj THE PUBLIC LEDGER uaiu axoirr bundii, fourth or jolt, tuikiivino AND CnnlBTMAS, A. P. CURRAN, - - - Editor and Publisher. Loolud Long OltUno Telephone No. 40. orrioa ruBLio lkdbcr iioildiko, MATiYULI. XT. a Una VHIF1 1 ONB-il r M X I u. nix nouta. ., ,....-...-.....-....- Thrac Month .............. ...- " DatlXKRXO BT CABRISU, Pr Month . I'.'JiiXWitfhH mlr I - ' I" 1W1 :TV vaKss &tga.-y?g fyygtUto Vtllicior at and of Mtntt. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The Brown County Republican executive com mittee has endorsed Former Judge Juines B. Swing of Cincinnati, for the Republican nomination for governor of Ohio, Senator Bosworth, who wants to be the Republi can nominee for Congress in this district, in a speech in the Senate Inst Tuesday, said that the county unit bill was wrapped up in political hypocrisy, and to more thoroughly convince his fellow senators that...

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. — 18 February 1914

sse - jt' PC 8. jjpygf ;rrWMif ' .,; .'T . r pHot' W REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NOTIS It doesn't cost a fellor so much tor pleaso a Ulrl, but b 'golly It's keepin' her pleased is what makes lots a' Idlers go broke. Tho twelfth Brynn peaco treaty, that between tbo United States and Cost.i liica, was signed. Tho appolntmont of au American to manago the Great Eastern Railway In England has aroused British railway circles. KENTUCKY SCHOOLTRUSTEES Educational Association Alma To Make- Department Ono of Important Foatures. A department of School Trustcos will be hold in connection with tho Ken tucky Educational Association in Louis vlllo April 29, 30, May 1 uud 2. This U tho first year tho Trustees havo been asked to attend tho meetings of tho association. It is hoped by thoso in chargo to havo 4,000 present. Spocial meetings for tho trustees will bo held Thursday and Friday after noons, April 30 and May 1. On Thurs day thoro will bo addresses by educators and on Friday a round tablo ...

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. — 18 February 1914

w in &&;'"& 1 KG &. . V' ,' w;i Yj ,'. -. l' p."- sfr '& c E fcr. V fr 6, fcV aa-iiiajagjajjissfl "HOT STUFF" whilo tho music is good, but wo don't moan tills; wo moan warm Over x coats at tho reduced prlcos, woolen half.hosc, sweaters, fur caps, wool and fur gloves, warm underwoar, oar bobs, raufflors and heavy suits. Tho Overcoats aro going get yours. Geo. H. Frank & Co, IKaysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICfilLEDGElt Scones of unprecedented disonlot oc curred in the lower bouse of tbo Jiipnn cho Parliament. SQUIBB DRESSEL'S COURT. Yesterday, in Squiro Dressel'n oourt tho following flues wore banded out: Top Stowart, drunk, $1 and costs. Bcnsloy, drunk, $1 and costs. Robert Ford, breach of peace, &-'." and costs. Nono had tho cash to pay and they were committed to tho couuty jail to work out their fines. EPWORTH LEAGUE MEETING. Tho monthly business ami social meeting of tho Kpworth League of the Third Street M. K. Church will take placo Wednesday even...

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. — 19 February 1914

II JBVHHMMNjMHMBlttB ibbbbbmiIIIs'bIL. ' 74arr ?3 vir 'a?-., k& '" s '-";?? , csassasspi ' jHBv ' " HiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinHHi wf'-mm itMr m M m mm Mk. turn m Bt m m bbbi S f PUBLIC KB LEDGER KAKOFWUR $g- , P5J?SfcIjICSW3BBK 5 Something new. Add water nDd bake. Makoi l63r B Try it. I J H&J Jru4 JJSKKLV MCPattLIOAN-mi :ail r rvnuo zjuo.K0-mm $ May Bo Sho's a Ohlckeu? She wears two wings upon, lior Lint, lkr inulT displays a thhd; I don't, know why slio wears thorn, but I know she is a bird. Luko McLuko. "V Wo will hnvo n carload of No. 1 corn ! tho Llmestono switch. Phono 145 18-Ct DUNBAR & 1IUQHES. irs. A. F. Currnn left tills morning for ft few days visit to her cousiu, Mrs. Dr. F. M. Smith, who is quite ill nt hor home In Dover. HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE. Fotty-fivo head of horso3 nnd mulos Will bo sold nt public auction at Goorga Follltt's livory stable Tuesday, Fob ruary 21. Thirty head of No. 1 draft marcs, from 4 to 7 years olduwoll brok on, 5 good match te...

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. — 19 February 1914

, r, Xo&h J t :b . ; " ' :tf in , V ' 'Jhlfr. tJ . J -. ' ' rpf - ., k. ., s r . &HaftgSia we.--' fta39BRftSK35K!i4Sfl ?a , .." .' :' ji. K. 1 t A ( i. l ' rF THE PUBLIC LEDGER rAUi txcirr soriht, FocHTit'or iolt, tiiankbiitjn AND CUKllTMil, A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher, Local and Long 'Jlstanoa Telephone No. 40. ornon rnntio ledoib aciuuimi, X1TIVIM.I, KT. xUbHUMPIWNa-tlY MAIU On Yr..... .... '"' "0 Mix 3f entfcA mm- ... MM..t.M(Mtt.M.. I W Three aoUt .. . .....,.........- ' DSUVKRSD BY CJUIMBM, Pay all t to Volltclor at nd Moixn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Fifty little jobs, each with a fair profit, are worth more to you than one big job, even tho the price r.runs into four figures, on which you do not make any profit, or a very small one. It is the profit that counts, not the size of the job. Master Printer. The national government's offer of $25,000 000 for good roads in states that will agree to spend as much for such improvements, should not fail to meet ...

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