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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 February 1914

. m Hi' IHPOKC awn ' - . -' - - - -- ..... - H .. . fc.r . : M-M11M Mynrrrnmrr-nrirrnrrT in nrTT l"p" " " """"i"' it I - - - .' " - - ,"' '' "mk.iv. wSf'-'' Nuns' Convent in Quebec. Ttie lois 17 KhSS - l-''TTffi IbIPI rl,; Jjf Orange and lemon growe rTbout Los WfTfmM Krar & Angcslos suffcrod heavy ydamago by BffiVvffjrftfr - f1Mu -tHKM iMp Tho quicker you acknowledge your storms, entiro groves floating off In tho HRjK-,wt,vv... ..irfS$8W'witf jMEfig. mistake today, tho slowor other folks torrents. rjijj, .iyKi WW'VI' "Karr'' Mziv$tum uJw. ..rlg3i IfftW will be to nccuso you of making ono to- ' J $ffi1L&$ffifif.JJ IhffivrffllBffav'-, W W'U morrow. ARE WOMEN NATURALLY fSSS&WUill MiSiMljMimm V 1 ----------- DESPONDENT7 f$Kllfc? W r THE FOLLOWING LETTER "FROM A nrnmlnpnt wrltnr so fclaims. Worn- iiliifiElSlM TSSy MISBOURI" CARRIES ITS OWN IBfi I rvPT.AWATTnN i i i i.. ino nut At inn MHMHCiiMRyhJM 7 vKmKSLfsaSMaSf. i i-JK - mnntnl (lnhrpsaion mnv loo attributed, to l IMlflHK ...

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. — 24 February 1914

' SnfEBjrir 'V V V K !$' i-i. V- IV &f ;r. r TU !iA" 6K ?? a : i ft- Wtem f-Tl t Last! id i Thanks to our friends and the high doss of merchandise we sell, wo raised the money we needed, and from March 1st, next, the Suits will be raised in price $2.50 on each suit. The Overcoats will remain tho saino price until all gono, so if you want . suit come at once. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. OlILT This is 23 for February. United States farmors anuually gath er abqut 1,591,311,000 dozens of eggs, worth at retail more than $545,289,000, but which bring farmors only $306,038, 960. Representative Lewis, of Marylaud, donounccd the proposed Senate amend ment to the Parcel Post Act as being worth $50,000,000 to tho express com panies. i Both States' rights and Federal reg ulatory power over navigablo streams are maintained in a new public dam bill submitted by secretary of War Garrison. MABON COUNTY SUFFRAGE LEAGUE. Thero will bo a meeting of the Mason County Woma...

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. — 25 February 1914

yhi if, 1 ' i mw iiiwwwi uwfaM"i i".m' n' iw'g ij'ajr"'wi"'jg'!8iwy" ryiwwwwijL n fWWW T-aitfyrjiwyrw.- V "V".,.' !!& kjtfillMBi..M. KA KO r l.. PUBLIC LEDGER : -.- HaBMfflwEHBfflri ,3aMfei -----P? QtfdLrWffi'-JMw!W .?' . .''.JWP HBE9BBftJiukySplL 19jjF . 'ISSmfil fiL Jn Eaf 'C5--E8i- 3(iv5P SouiotbiDR now. Add water and bake. Make delicious cakes. Only 15o pnoknge. Try it. DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers tir i jf ojtf-wir'y"n " ft- I: 7 3-Vw ' KHm J, T KEVOBhlVAlt-Xm .usir rvnua a-ioj-- MAY3VILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 25, 1014. . ONE COPY ONE CENT. W Giddapl Ills noisy eating makes me qulrm, Ho smacks and gulps in baste; IIo's not exactly what you'd teim A man of quiet taste. Luko McLuke. Foreigners in for the worst. Mexico aro proparing Tho Maysvillo Dancing Assembly will givo a ball at Jv'eptuno Ilall on tho even ing of March 13th. POLICE COURT. James Williams, colored, drunk, fined $0.50. Committed to jail. Annio Weaver and Bertha Brown, .. both colored, wore up bo...

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. — 25 February 1914

nm JP,Wiflpssi?f?fv'; W !! nurtimiHiiiwii, "iipiwmji?ii1.'XJSJiJ-'H"i", 'iim-i- sssssb ,trrttr-"A:n fcx. r. IS? htfte K war . bs: i3" & t.- . K 2? Jf' . l& '. 1 V ?- w H', 3. Iff -jivjt 25r MR? jr i rA or JOLT, HANKIUITN T- Editor and Pubjlshjr. gliUooa Telophont No. 40. ornos ruBLto ledsir boilmho, MATSTIbLC. KT. dUliaUJilPJ10Xa-B Y MAIu. One YfNAr. .... ....M.M. .................... NIK Bloaflu. ... .. I...-.....-. TUrteJluutha. ...... DELIVSIISD DT CARRISS, ler Moult. ............ . J ftl iMya6(o(oKctarotf( of Jlentfl n.wt tkMi .S OU ,. 1 BU 7B 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The men still let tho women suffrage but they won't let them have suffrage. .The Free-Trade rule works but one wny wrong way for workers in tho United States. the The Pittsburg Press has given an order to the Mer'ganthaler Linotype Company for sixteen quick change, multiple magazine linotype machines to re place thirteen early model single magazine lino types, thus increasing the Press' battery to...

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. — 25 February 1914

J' ','tft., ) a v 3; WrS V J", $ 7 ; & .t-t?.; '.ij'j-j t3$ VVTWW" "T , . J I S.W statu- "B'f'? ai, i, I, y -SM '" . u; - riiT w MWJbUI "lid , ..mm s. f.n Sil MMritateMM c . X'iJw.':rnrai,. WMHmmmmm9tmmmmmfttfmmmmmmmfmm i!2 J t t. fc- 4ft f t 'vt. V y ( w '! I t HiAMJBiinlil B a j . . 4 4 Tako This Hint Molllc, dear, ou look ho cuto All drossod up In your summer suit. Stay out of the sun and savo rcbuko, Tor oory town has a Luko McLuke. YAGER AT HOME Governor of Porto Elco Oomos To Visit Daughter. Georgetown, Kj. Gov. Arthur Yagor of Porto ltico, ai rived for a visit to hU daughter Diana, n studout at George town College. THIS IS CERTAIN Tho Proof That Maysvillo Beadors Cannot Deny. What could furnish stronger evldonco of tho efllcioncy of any romody than tho tost of timof Thousands of pooplo testify that Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results. Homo endorsement should provo un doubtedly tho merit of this romody. Years ago your friends and neighbors testified to the rel...

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. — 25 February 1914

H iV'ij "r && 9 Is my MmL"' Hra ' 3iu It via if HK u H i,v - I w'v- HEME It Last ! Thanks to our frlenda and tho high class of merchandise we soil, wo raised the inonoy we neoded, and from March 1st, next, the Salts will be raised in prlco 92.60' on each suit The Overcoats will remain the same price until all gono, so if you want a suit come at once. Geo. tl. Frank & Co. IHaysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICiLEDGER I sometimes fear that whoever made us was In a hurry and mode us ridicu lous. Expectation is a harmless occupation. It often prevents realization of painful realities. In Clark County, Clay aud Sam Hodg kin nnd Dick Hunter sold to D. S. Gay, their 1913 crop of hemp, amounting to a little over 22,000 pounds. The price paid was $7.50 per hundred. Matlnck & Shropshire, of Winchester, sold to W. A. McQibbnn, of New York, tho stylish New York saddle horse, Some Party, a chestnut gelding live years old. The price paid was $1,200. BILLY SUNDAY'S BIO RAKE OFF. P...

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. — 26 February 1914

g - . .v "' " " - ' s-sr. llllMIHHIIlllHIIIIIIIIIIlllllllli: KAK0 FLOUR! PUBLIC LEDGER 5 Something new. Add water nnd bake. MakeB delicious cakes. Only 15c pnekage. Try i. i -- - -wa. av w? '.w'-imiiiii.i unuuiitiipwaiw mi IK; v-- flUHM. i;j. v vrrm.in iJznaiai-ia J .i , 'I' J IS a SMK ijly i tJtlALS aBPOULtVAN-mi uulv public uuxwa-HM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. -? In our garden are many roses, Some of them are white and some are red. Really, I nm very fond of roses, But I want them now, not when I am dead. Don't wait to show me your affection When tho earth is piled above my head; In your gardon there aro many roses, But I want thorn now, not when I'm dead. c Samuel Lykins, deputy warden at the Stato Reformatory, was elected custo dian of tho State Capital at Frankfort. 1 COL. THOMAS A. DAVIS SO WELL. NOT Tho latest word ftom Col. Thomas A. Davis at Martinsvillo, Ind., is that thoy wero oxpectcd to start for home with his last Sunday, but hi...

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. — 26 February 1914

1. . . 3 C2 N V S If ip. ' iS KlKi.1 I i MB... . .i !. ...I-"' ' " i tm PUBLIC LEDGER uAiLi ixcirT Btmtiir, roURTtt or jult, TiUNKtotvma AND oumatMAi. A.-.P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. ii liOOnd bona OUUoo Telephone No. 40. ornoi roBLio tuna in ddildimo, XATBTILLB, RT. aUmVMPlHjNS-BX MAIU, One Ytb... -....................-.--...... .....$ 00 Mix Monlta. ..--. ..,....." h ,..-.,...... I ou Tline Jiuiiili. ................ ........-...."-.".. T& DSLIYKRSD BY OAIiBlXX, Frr Dfdhlli. ........-... -. .. .'..US Vrula fayabft to uolltotorpt tnd of ilontfi, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Senator Ollie James of Kentucky tnkes tho palm as the boss Democratic spoilsman of the age. The proof reader didn't give us a square deal yesterday. It should have read : "Tho men still lot tho women suffer but-thoy won't let them have suffrage." THE CHEMIST'S COCKTAIL. Modern organic chemistry has a language of its own. Tho following is an example from a recent 'article: "The dianhydride of 1.8.4...

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. — 26 February 1914

V, . 4rSmMwW 3 "? 'A H Ik ?wf ' '- - '-''flllHTWIPinWlliiiirwii i imvm HP WIMBWW1!1 i ' ' 'WWBII1 i WSeT - ' r- r -i ir r n i i r 11 i 11 run i ' ' i f""' ' " ' r " ...... . . niinr minim iiiiimn iniimiuni u 1 & N. ixxa'JJIaa ' FW" CHRONIC COLDS ir- f m M Rfiyal Quality It is the high quality of Roval Bakins Powder that has established its' great and world-wide reputation: ' Every housewife knows she can rely upon it; that it makes the bread and biscuit more deli cious and wholesome always the finest that can i i l experimental. Silver nud gold don't rhyme, but thoy makon pleasant jingle. " THE CLASSY SHOW SHOP!' BULLETT'S ORCHESTRA Ai.w.tv a rK.vrrui: Country Store Tonight. The body of Charlei Savage, a farmer living near Pnrmleyulle, Wnne county. who disappeared from iiu homo a veek ago, was found liaiiL'iuK from a Pol's placed on two large rocks near his home Too ( - Pastime jrl tLSiitl About t lit: merits of thidiftoi ont warehouses. Nenrly everybody kuosvs ulxjro the manage...

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. — 26 February 1914

fMS'"" ' F - v -Re"" - - k -- 5n W 4 ;" h ?:.r , A flL Ifi ' WK Pi 1 y Tt' iiiiMMMitoHwiMMH" uiMiw!'.-ia'WlW""a lllllBWIIMI - II I I ft Last ! Thanka to our friends and the high class of merchandise we sell, we raised the monoy we needed, and from March 1st, next, the Suits will he raised In price ?2.G0 on each suit. The Ororcoata will remain tho same price until all gone, so if you want a suit come at once. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC) LEDGER OEX THIS BOOK FREE. County Agent A. M. Casoy has n fow copies of tho Yenr Book of the Depart went of Agriculture for disposal. Com munlcato with him. KEITH ORAYORAFT. Marriago liconso was issued to Mr. James A. Keith and Miss Efllo L. Cray oraft, both of Lonis County. Squire Bauer performed tho marriage ceremony LBAVINQ OLD KENTUCKY. Mr. Thomas Calvert and family are moving from Mayslick today to his farm recently purchased one and one half miles this side of New Richmond, Ohio. SMALL BLAZE. A small blaze occ...

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. — 27 February 1914

pi. rSR iv t ' -ITl'1"' A SwfflHnjHMlfcte y: &T$PTHw!BfflS Mr, ' W wMf p la & jS1 J' jwW'Hujljiii .iijuiijuumwuMimj"1, Ol'ijwui'iyy 'llillO V flH rt PUBLIC XXLY BSPOBIMUU-mSf 1AILI VVBLIO XJU0JCfi-UM i LEDGER i i ! MAY&VILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $ "I am for peace," tho statesman cried, "And for it I stand pat." He then remarked in (in aside, "A harmless Issue that." Have you seen Satan? Doublo Bros. Stamps Saturday at Morz Got your reserved scats Friday morn ing at Williams' Drug Store for McCon nell's lecture. 27 MARCH REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS AT MAYSVILLE. Tho H. E. Pocuq Dlstlllory Co. B. B. Pollitt, day; W. C. Slyo, bottling and additional; David Bierloy, meal room; J. A. Brcslin, gaugor. J. II. Rogers & Co. P. W. Harting, day; F. C. Vauhooso, meal room; J. A. Bioslin, gauger. Poyntz Bros. Co. If. Q. .Holiday, storekeeper-gaugor. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FTS Government reports ataow tho steady outnut o? coal during the last (ew ye...

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. — 27 February 1914

.JO 1 m j F tf h Tl ' ' v & k. B fcWC' -S- be -I sfta- FUBLIfcv "daim sxcarr iDMDir, rouatu or teux, tnA?iwiri AND OUIIIBTMll. rnifit. V JA. P. GURRAN, Editor and Publisher. 5 ' -- & : . Local ana Louk O''Q0 Telephone No. 40. arnoc ruBua LBDain bdiloino, MATSTIkLK, KT. Mis BIonltM. . .-................-.....-.. ...- I SO inrivJiuuth ... .,. ..... n , .... 7A i) ml i vk nan nr oAJittutu, Vmt 31oull. .. ............. ...... ,. ... )nu , nyatUto uoiUctQtQttna gt Montn. ALL SUBSUCltltUNS CASH IN ADVAtih. There's going'to be u pretty light for the 1916 Democratic presidential nomination between one Champ Clark and one 10-to-l AVilliam Jennings Bryan. It's simply "W. J. B.'s light to keep Champ from walking off "with the bacon. Of course Bryan vhas.no chance POOR TIMES ARE CAUSE. The Pennsylvania Railroad has announced that 14' passenger trains along its system have been dis continued, and that repair work has been greatly reduced. The reason given for these changes is "poor times...

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. — 27 February 1914

v ! fHf- v.. ' K$ . V ?- "? J. Ifc- , .& iW ti m aTiiTr-vlinnMUCTiiiwiMiirii rm,iK-rwiiiO(,.niiii'. '". LiMHHMrn Of all sad wordi That Webster propagated, Tho saddest aro these Get vacclnatodl "Amen" In church is when it gets into politics. "hurrah" fTwSmmtxKW? :. .rears; ifj&MmssxiW'yffim&m AiSfltywMww rsnr4i.-iv?tvc ttriMixffJ4U'KiTtt,3n3s:3Xa BIBLE INSTITUTE, NEW BIBLE COLLEGE BUILDINO, VIOAN, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. , In thq Plillippino Islands tho Chris- 'jT'jifatQ)i through tho Foreign Chris Missionary Society supports thir teen American Missionaries and ninety- one natlvo holpers, making a forco of j one hundred and four workers. A young man by the tiamo of Ben Daughorty, who is a personal friend of Rov. A. 1 Stahl, of this city, rocently gavo up a government position, paying two thous and dollars, in order to accept a posi tion as n missionary to theso islands nt n salary of six hundred dollars. In. tho government employ in Manila, ho was not allowed by tho United St...

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. — 27 February 1914

;f?:;"7 ' ; , i M.'.iW' J,'-r- 1, L,r;iH. . .V J -JU,-' fp w '"' m y bisj( ("" """ rf l opK "!? : M. 9 I Thanks to out friends and tho high class of merchandise we sell, we raised the money we noeded, and from ' March 1st, next, the Suits will ho raised in price (2.50 on each suit. The Overcoats will remain tho same price until all gono, so If you want a suit come at once. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICffiiSiLEDGElt Conn'ersvlllo, Ind., voted wet by 500. WANTS $25,000 DAMAGES FROM O. & O. . oAtir Allocinu cross carelessness as the causo of action, Daniel Schultz, admin istrator of Rose Schultz, tiled suit in tho Circuit court at Newport against tho Chcsapeako & Ohio Railroad Co., for $25,000 in damages. The petition, charges thnt on December 29, 1013, whllo tho girl was en routo to her place of employment she was struck by one of tho company's trains and killed. Mrs. Edwin Matthews entertained with a very large and delightful "500" party in ho...

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. — 28 February 1914

! ,j6m a met: ham LEDGER m p Of tho Partridge Brand will please you, for the quality and price are right. Try one todny .v. ' ' ' I PUBLIC ifiQl r. v jb '' 1 1 asanesBiBP WW t T ((K j , m ' It HW' IjISALJ RKPUHLIUAN-tWl Ijf $tr HON xca Dressed M W &M 'IHiIS Pine Limber P S Pooms For Puritans. flS11ESSS nTW Mary had a littlo shoo; PVSWra3$w5 I flBtfi' U cortalnly looked well, ' $ bJKMki S&lS$Stjfc j vMfcj ' But when sbo went out for a walk WfifrraMw JsEpSiii'' wfr Her corns would givo hor hail Colutn- Kwara " &M!mmMA IK Mary hnd a skin-tight skirt. EL.i5?SiJ aSfrWfSRW H- It mortified the lamb: ---- . WaKb But Mary was a futurist aNf Sho didn't givo a whoop outdoors. Ono of tho coal cars in n freight train yesterday ovonlng on tho G. & 0. slipped one of its chains which holds the doors in tho bottom of tho car closed. The contents .of tho car wore scattered "afoag CUo "track somo distnnco west of Commerco strcot. Tho people mndo good uao of tho coal as soon ns tho trai...

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. — 28 February 1914

-t f if a X TV. fef fe 'sf iX . B n r -v)(. i SSI'. aimv f,jSBMSSa:: -?lARYMmom) SniPMAN ANDREWS w ILLUSTRATIONS GT ELLSWORTH YOUNG-- ." COfr?Gtfr V2. BY 3QB&3 HEXRLL CO. SYNOPSIS. lfrancola Ucaupro, a peasant babe of flirco years, after an amuiing incident In Which Marshal New figures. Is made a Chevalier of Franco by the Emperor Na toleon, who prophesied that the boy ftilcht ono day bo a marshal of France - antler another Ilonaparte. At tho ago of ten Francois visits General Daron aas Jmrd Qourgaud. who with Allxo. his soven-year-old (laughter, lives at the Chateau. A soldier of tho Empire under Napoleon he fires the boy's Imagination with stories of his campaigns. Tho gen eral offers Francois a homo at tho Cha teau. Tho boy refuses to leavo his pa rents, but In the end becomes a copyist for tho general und learns of the friend ship betweon the Rcnoral and Marquis Zappl, who campaigned with tho general under Napoleon. Marquis Zappl and his eon. I'ietro. arrlvo at tho Chateau. ...

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. — 28 February 1914

f .. 4 ?., - - v. w$? V'ZJV ii .i - i f I ' TT TheDADGHT Jbv n aTTy C7 Wiis6raf ions C?i COPYRIGHT DY A.CM9CLURG &i CO., I91Z u SYNOPSIS. (llnrla Kerr, n motherless trlrl. who 1ms spent most of lier lire In school, at tier father's homo in Helmont. arrives David Kerr Is tho political boss of the town. Rtitl Is anxious to prevent his dnushter Unrnlns of his real character. Kendall. roprcHentlnB tho Chicago packers. Is no BOtlHtliifT with Judso Gilbert, Kerr's filler adviser, for a valuable franchise. They fmr the opposition of Jou Wright, editor of the reform paper. Kerr nsks the as sistance of Jii'Itfe Gilbert In IntroduclnR Gloria to Helmont society, and promises to help him put through tho packers' franchise and lit him have all the Kraft. Gloria meets 3(o Wright at the Gilberts. It appears ther nn on lntlmnto terms, having met previously on a touring party In Europe. Thf Gilberts Invito Gloria to stay with them tending tho refurnishing of 17 Kerr IiokTp. Wright begins his tig...

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. — 28 February 1914

K . I, ret ;; m Mm- tS IMS'-- "' mmm ,1 m ' WBjl n if tyy tlV'W; J re .j "rv ,i.l? .!." fWPrSBEI ftl e. -'S-C? a1 n v i 1 I mm I I il r i- , - DAItt IXCBPT DNDiT, roUHTIl or JULT, HA KIOIYIH'V -A. P. GURRAN, Editor and Publisher i ' No. 40, m boo! and Lon 'JUUdm Tlaphoa orrioi ranua lkdum boildimo, KATSVU.t.1. KT. ' ttUHbUJtll'l lUHaBY MAIL.. QUO YMfllMMWIIWIHHIMMNIMIIMIIIHHM MIX MOttlfafc. MWHMNWWltMHMMHW DJIUVUltSD BT OAHHllCtt, Ir Mouih. ........... ,,.... ..-.,.,-..B-1 Owli JMyuoUto (olitOoruKtii of MonUi a oo i i su 7ft LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. n Sulzci rind Becker should pool their troubles and go after their enemies per team work. , Kentucky produced in 1913 500,000 barrels of -petroleum, as against a production of 484,308 in , 1912.' The trade school has pointed out one important phase of education; namely, the fact that failure in one subject docs not . debar a student from all human rights, as seems to be the attitude of many j schools and colleges. The trade-scho...

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. — 28 February 1914

'. a?. 4 & k Ti IS. IM 7New "Queen Quality" Oxfords at g( ft f., .1 Mer2 Bros. 1 if dn .- ' ' I -" Tf ft An excellent receipt for success is to try and plcaso your bos and koop your eyo on tho placo ahead, of you. 50 now Spring Suits nt Morz Bros. About 8,500 mules woro sold lu Kau sos City laBt year at an average prlco of $100. In Molbourno no Sunday papors nre poruiitted; no hotels aro allowed to opou their bur. THE WORK OF MISSIONS m In Africa Money Is Nocdod Noxt Sunday Is Mission Sunday at Tho Christian Church. A recent plcturo of tho heathen sub-chlofs wa9 taken by Christian Church Missionaries at their station in tho heart of heathendom. Tho crude customs and practices Vpf theso people Miss Ltbble Morgan, a prominent tracher living nt Harris, Ky., and n graduuto of Eastern Normal School, IftJO, has given up teaching and is studying medicine. Important to All Women Readers of This Paper Thousands upon thousands of women havo kidney or bladder trouble and iiov cr suspect it...

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. — 28 February 1914

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