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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 2 March 1914

MM,I I Jmi . -" ' ,"-'.' V" - I-1 V ' ' "' ' "" " ' " i ini ii 1 ft ii fl WniWTiJWi, i JWI llni I ! . .lTOl ti i i m.. i i WHHrRl lltMlta 8Kii6itfa SSTi 1N1CE HAM PUBLIC LEDGER -v Of tho Partridge Brand will please you, for the quality and price are riht. Try one tndy MVWkAAAAAM 1 fflM Jagf aMl i p 1 1 jljL $: 1W" : V..! rh" 'rfiiLI1 RKPVBLICAN-nttl . PUBLIC JJiDOSJi-ttn MAYSVILLF KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MAROH 2, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Wr-i The Vnluo of a Srallo. Tho thing that goes tho farthest Toward making life worth while, That costs tho least and docs tho most, Is just n pleasant smile. It 'h full of worth and goodness, too, With hearty kindness blent; It's worth a million dollars, ' And It doesn't cost a cout. Today is County Court day and u big crowd is expected in tho city. MANY SHEEP. AFFECTED. - Live Stock Inspector Mitchell informs The Public Ledger that thoro arc many sheep afllicted with grub in tho head and that many of tho animals aro dying. MR. DAVIS NOT IMPBOVIHu. Mrs. ...

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 1914

W3SV4 ' ".i ' '&& '" 'ltri1 I'lfo '' ""'I ' I ililliMn hmMHiinl. 1 r t.li.njij i - i i ii i '- sif & IK .1: Vri aBflzl&1 jhv s , . Jr- u 'II fflffC SSF? PUBLIC ta d(li sicrr schdit, .touhtii or Jult, tnxtxix AND CUHISTMAS. rfi md A- F. CUfcRAN, Editor and Publisher. Lootlaad Long SlaUnaeTolepboas U. Ifl I OITIOB rUBLIO LKDflKH BUILUIMS, I1U. 4Ul J MATiVlLLB. KT. tUlltHVMl'lWHSBY MAlu, On Year - " Mix Honllli.,.. - - ISO Tlirto Jloulli .............-......-...... " DSLIVJSliSD BY OABHUtrt, Per Slonifa. ... - - - " PdjMito CoUtUur at tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. OUR COUNTRY'S UNEUGENIC FATHER. The noble figure of George Washington has risen to refute the eugenists. It seems that when Wash ington proposed to Mrs. Martha Curtis lie was a "dying man," to use his own phrase. Indeed, it was on a visit to his physician that he met the comely widow of 2C summers who was destined to become the first First Lady of the land. His health hnDroved durincr the co...

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 1914

mh I .'.; ROYAL? . I I Baking Powder I Jf Saves Health II Saves Money - Makes Better ood IMMIGRATION 1,500,0(50 Aliens Will Coino To U. In 1014, Says Nolan. Washington. Immigration was dis-'i cussed in the Houso again during the debate on the urgent dencicncy appro priatiou bill. After being told that in Members of tho Itouo of Represen tatives will tail upon Col. Gocthals to urge that only American coal bo stored and sold at the coaling stations in tho 1'ananm Canal zone i jrzrz m r a f i i i iu i i IwlH 11 Wli a Mm4 a, T JB Pastime GENERAL STORE BURNED Establishment At Myers Destroyed, Entailing Loss of $5,000. Carlisle. The wholo villago of Myers, this county, was threatened by a fire which destroyed tho large general store boloriging to R. W. Neals. Tho building, occupied by Neal's storo was the property of Thomas Myers. The total loss is $5,000 with insurance of $.5,500. r"ou Prescription When you receive a prescription, tlAough it may have been quickly written, it embodies tUc...

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 1914

,J Wfr : i"! !'i, 1-M rH 9: Fj 1 Ft m HKHk m flaBBBaHi B -r Kir lHMPt; Pj ift ' ; ' ' "y1 mSmNCTPNCITY smmmmriTs Prisoner Sends Pictures to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson WASHINGTON. When President Wilson rcnched Washington after his vacation on tho gulf coast, ho found awaiting him two pencil portraits, ono of hlmBelf and tho other of Mrs. Wilson. Thero was also a story, tho llko in tho man behind tho bars. Under ono consideration only was tho story of tho pictures and contents of tho letter which accompanied them revealed by tho philanthropists, and that was absoluto secrecy as to tho prisoner's namo and tho details of his crime. , The convict's letter to the president was as follows: "To tho PreBldont of tho United States. "Your Excellency: It Is not a deslro to present a work of art which prompts mo to send you this picture, for I renllzo thero must bo many crudl- 'ties, owing to tho fact that I never took a drawing lesson in my life; rathor is it a token of highest regard and slncercst es...

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. — 2 March 1914

V. ,, -t ,. EH v 'jxtrrffn WBKK&sA't ".' "- V . pea A i y it i jtr?" f j, ft T 4 -? -L. V T igpiim a m m. "fy WANTS' TO BE GOVERNOR OF OKLAHOMA and other delectablo pursuits of tho veteran spoilsmen. Ills stralght-from-lhe- shoulder comments on tho respectable resulted in practically n political earthquako In Oklahoma. "I had been a train robbor, n crude, caught and punished. I saw nil about me men who wore tho best clothe and stood high in society robbing tho peoplo right and left, nnd not gottlng (taught or being punished. They were not ns prlmltivo as I had been in the iiothod they chose. They did things in tho dark, and only appeared In the opei when they had on their Sunday clothes, so to sneak. Dut, toll me, what is thr differ ence between tho mnn who holds up a loots tho treasury of a state? "Tho only dlfferenco I can see is that acknowledging his character, while tho WELL LIKED IN Since her husband became a mem ber of President Wilson's cabinet, Mrs Josephus Daniels, wlf...

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. — 2 March 1914

,w . ' .(, ,i $&:l aaaaavHa MiaaaawaaMaaavaayanaawattjaHMatt I W & f. VP w ',! m it f .S ft 1 -' IK V MPfL 'i m mmmmmmmmfmAJmmmmmmmtmmmmm.- awSETTER OVER KOATS! Br " KLoft. Wo want to soil what few wo hovo loft in tho uoxt two wooka. If you aro think ing about buying an overcoat 9UUU b UUt II Ull JIUY lUllfcH-I, CTho Drieo wo have nut ou tho remaining stock of overcoats ,nin fliiro to maico mom move. r. -""-Ur l& liemonibor, wg guarantoo abso- nuto satisfaction oryonrmonoy iback. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICJLEDQER , OilLT JERSEY RIDGE. Born, Sunday tho lGth inst., to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Goodwin, it flue 7 lb. girl, with Miss Crosby as nurso, und Dr. A. y O. Taylor as attending physician. Mrs. flholy. Mrs. Alicu Ynzoll, who has boon nt tho homo of J. T. Qoodwin for two weeks will return to her homo in Mays vlllo tomorrow. Mr. Thomas Evans was in our midst Thursday, calling on Miss Ollle Frazier. r ' ABERDEEN. ; Tho revival meeting which h...

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 1914

S-ffi j'"V .' -f r-'j; - -i i - 'feJ Tt-i' '. "S.V V - - i:r. ix t MNmmcss! "to SSwvS? NICE HAM PUBLIC LEDGER hit Of tho Pnrtridge Brand will pleaee you, for tho quality and prico aro riht. Try one totlny f X DINGER BROS., Leading Retailers The E' . 4nLt KtlPUltlilOAM-im MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1014 ONE COPY ONE CENT. TTj." ' 1 ' a f v -,v '.- . it "" .''. J U i i If- (.i. i & V, j : ' i Foor mother hangs around tho With doop distress to voice. Tho hats are nlwnys out of stylo Ere she can make a choke. uisle The largo uudlenco at tho High Scliool Auditorium last night wero do lighted with tho great lecturo of Lin coln McConncll, MRS. L. T. KEY PASSES AWAY AT DAYTON. KENTUCKY. Mrs. L. T. Key, a former residont of Mason County, near Orangeburg, died at her lato residence in Dayton, Ky., Monday afternoon. Sho is survived by her husband, Mr. L. T. Key, and throe sons and two daughters. Mrs. Key was a sister of tho latfc Attorney T. C. Carapboll of this city. Tho remai...

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 1914

M .$$&$ S?i- V J,, JpPWWWTfjV?1 ' ' 1 ' "?' ' .' . ' f ' ' ', yyiyy; aiaw wiffw - h wwawywri a.wiwwjy.i gf?WfliHfil'1 ""9 rft ir&uirf ?wig.'p&! a V iiM " 'f&yyt 'PlPTjj t-3 -t vr.-? " yTTO?7' . ,' , " , . " f J! -nL hSTS Tn V ."' mTJ' " 1 ,3? " ""v;11-! rw r V tt i s- t T " -' " t J ' fJi nffnTiP . T - - ?TTfi .T --' "" """' " ' ' ' '"? fNi'' wtyawwm' "V to j M t?'- ' HJ ", ;r THE PUBLIC LEDGER pxttT xcrT uhdit( roontit or jult, tiiAkkibitiku ' AND OliniDTKAR. . A. P. CURRAN, Editor and publisher. booalanri Uodr UUtauoe Telephone No. 40. orrioB roBLio lguuir bIiiluino, HITiTILLE. KT. UUliSUUlPiWNti-Ui' HAih. On Yer..,... ........ .......... ...-.....:..... MIX JloulU,. 1Mi 0AA VJChSD Xir IMJUUBti. Per noniii.Mi ....-"" -' ."h Cent 1'dnault to i(iiintirnl tnti of Monin an oo i i m . 7I . SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. THE TWO DOLLAR HOUSE. Over in Japan they tell us that u very comfort able dwelliug may be built for two dollars. In this country for this sum a person m...

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 1914

wB51lWliraHKNwlV?8K tKimu - "T3wS l?MK!SwHPnHIHIHIMIRIiHS9HHHHIHHBMHOTIHMffilllHPHM - i m i I"1"! ' ' iwini ifcTn ii i , L - , ... . 1 1 TfrnTifiMiiiSiwSBiuywiiVii'iii ill ' ' " i Br' ir m-i -, t V V 225f It would bo ii good tiling for some of Us If wo could have a rummngo snlo nnd get rid of-n lot of our old. thread baro idem, that are of no more uao to us. W fill I MW ! ! .I,l.l . ml I ! ).. 11 I 1. J IF WOMB . STEAMER TO BE RAlSEO Beport That Quoon City Is To Wrockcd I3 Without Basis. Bo Tho Ohio Ittver steamer Queon City, which was situk last week whllo en routo jjouth with 103 passongors us Mardi Gras isit6rs nt LoulsUHo, has been roliood of hor cargo with excep tion of ono linndrcd barrels of glass wnro and several hundred cafes of med icine which remain in tho hold of tho stenmer. Thero was a report tlint the vessel was to bo blown up, but the in surance company having tho risk states , that as soon as tho river recedes she will bo raised. This may bo some timo soon. A MESSAG...

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 1914

:& ?w. SJSB c "imt C' ' Sir k ft si P" 4 v V ft f ,V. 'M W.i. Wp tfj- ft'V & fc"1 $ F ia. - l' A. . ' M Sale On Overcoats la still going on. Watch our window display for extra goo'd bargainp. $15 Overcoats for $8.75! Now ia your chanoo. Look them over while we havo a good selection. Tomorrow may bo too late. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. OAIIT PUBLICO LEDGER Tobacco market nt Paris closes Jioxt Saturday. Judge A. M. J. Cochran convenes Fed eral Court' at Jackson today. .Now York is again being swept by a terrific blizzard and is almost isolated. OBITUARY NOTICE. Died at the homo of its parents in Cincinnati, Thelraa, tlio 3-year-old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Hildebrand, former Maysvillo residents. You have left us darling Thelma, With your smiles so bright, so sweet, And the sunbeams lovo to linger On tho grave where our darling baby sleeps. Lillian. DRASTIC ORDINANCE Regulating Salo of Liquor at Lexing ton, Ky., EfTectivo Monday. Lexington, ...

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 1914

W . $. -"r -y S3f BKraiMMHHHMHM.,u.H.... 3B I A NICE HAMI LEDGER Of tho Pnrtridgo Brand will pleneo ycu, for tho quality and prico arc rifht. Try one todwy Kr1iw'''i,JT '''''"' " " " ' '- "7 m ' ' "" " "" MaamK ' AHfell? r &&& 'W;aBwMBflliaftBS,W ' 4T- Hi 'jf r A rtM'lyMi.JlVHV mi It' - , 4 - w3 ite'i MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ?onio tilings nro iieve-riiindcrstoodj Though it's :i fact. 1 ir.m't toll why A woo J nymph Nu't made of wood, And dryads aro not sflwnys dry. The third storv of "Adventures Kathlyn'.' at tin- Gem today. of I $& l Qi &-4US,yp i " v , vis L -Mb Tor immediate sale sevcr.il pieces of vood second hand furniture and twoinilr YOII Hi l'ast Second street. Plum l-3t LET UNCLE SAM THE FACTS V INVESTMENTS od First Mortgago Laud Notes I Yiolding 0 and 7 Per Cent. I FRANK H. CLARKE. Vlrst National Bank Building. L AT MRS. AUGUST HAUOKE IN WOOD STREET. Second M. L Church's soei.il at Iiomo ot .Mrs, Aw; ust llaucUe...

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 1914

ITr I - r ft OUUooe Telephone tsio-cts'UGER" " IlAtt.t 0ilT SlMDlTi rWBTJl Of JUL1, TUAhKtmiU . Awn nnmnTWAS. h. f. iJUnRArte cuuor and fuousner. Aln III I uryiua rusLto LRU. huilmmu, llU, 4U. MiTTM.LS. KT. On Yenr... Tbr.ti Mouths .uaLI 1'er " ,s uas y Jiv i w.Vtf-i r mail. ... II 00 ......M..i 7B ......(.... - .-... .... ..... .... Venu f-uy..t.. ... ,ot..... uttU vf MonlA ALL SUBSLKIFIIUAIS CASH IN AUVANLh. STOP THAT FAST MUSIC. Maybe the girls who wear tight skirts have heard that "man wants but little here below" Kentucky New Era (Hopkinsville.) AMERICA STOREHOUSE OF RADIUM. In the last few years the world has depended largely upon the caruotite fields of Colorado for its supply of radium. The product of the Austrian mines is comparatively insignificant. In 1912, for example, Colorado produced about 20 grams of ra dium; the rest of the world, including Austria, fur nished only about 3 1-2 grams. We thus produce approximately six times more than all the rest of civilization. A T...

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 1914

pwPyi rS&r "lor tyj v " ' . $x w wN' : -a ' ' vr -v ' VV JC : I .. ; (: ,w K ' ItaA m'- - What if tho knockers llko to pound f They should not bring distress; A Failuro likes to haug around And throw things at Success. Luko McLuko. LIMESTONE BUILDINa ASSOOIA TION DIVIDEND NOTICE. Tho Llmcstono Building Association hns dydnrcd n 5 per cont. dlvldoud, aud joturn of monthly dues, payable- March 7, WU4. " - - - Amount on each series as follows: II5th aeries $" l.'i per share. 30th series $1.85 por share. 37th series $J.50 per share. 3Sth scries $4.20 per share. 39th series $3.85 per sharo. 40th sories $3.55 per sharo. 41st series $3.20 per sharo. 42nd series $2.90 per share. 43rd series $2.55 per sharo. 41th series $2.25 per share. 15th series $1.90 per share. 40th series $1.55 per share. 47 th series $1.30 per share. 4Sth series $ .90 per share. 49th sories $ .45 per share. Prescription Filling I jjjjjjJE "When you receive a prescription, though it niny have been quickly written, i...

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 1914

m k : ! & . J- Br if i .-h " liT :4 T Our Sale On Overcoats , Is still going ou. Watch our window display for oxtra good bargain?. $15 Overcoats for 98.751 Now is your chance. Look them ovor while we havo a good selection. Tomorrow may bo too lato. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. oiiir PUBLIC. LEDGER No Democratic heid yesterday. Legislation caucus At laSt President ilson realize the gravity of the Mexican situation Mr. James II. Reed, who has resigned lila position with the Sea Board Air Line Railway at Norfolk, Va., is at homo for a short visit to his pnrouts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed of West Second street. James will nccept a placo as bookkeeper with the Onmliri uus Brewing Co., in Cincinnati. RIVER NEWS. Rlvor falling boats. Plenty of ico, but few MEETING OF BOARD OP CITY MISSIONS. Tho' Board of tho City Missions will meet this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Mission rooms. All members please at tend. POLICE COURT. William Hickle, drunk, $0.50. Robert ...

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 1914

BIBPsSyrrT'w -..'W ."" " mi, iim.nimi , i,ii,.i,,Ii..il. ' nr,i, n.M '""' ' '' nmmmiw V""mm vmm uu , m-mm , , ,, , ,, tv Ul ,,, j, , , r . JSE! ; ; HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiHiiiiiiiiiHiiii I, ' PUBLIC m LEDGER j jyp rtamnncfrQ-Hnn SATURDAY K -i juuiuuauauuii MARCH 7th. By tho National Biscuit Co. of thoir fino lino of Crackora and Cakes at our Btoro. Cnmn and bring your friends. m V M 1 1"' W ' Br MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Hollo, Troublol A crowd of troubles pi3d liim uy As 1 o with courage .vaited. Ho said, "Where do you trouble fly When ou arc thus belateilf" "We go, they said, "to those wlu mope, Who look on Life dejected, Who weakly bay goodbye to IIopo Wo go whero we'io expected." Herbert Ashcrnft C Russell Co. is i Inking for M Mm Oeorgo W Davis is I ii lovinjj slowly at hei ht.nc ii Kast Seco-id St. POLICE COUAT NEWS, Only one lono drunk laced the Jfldge yi&terday John Keith, dri'iik, $0.50. wfftssiC tx. i VT ft. f'J'Uf'jklSt miwM INVEST...

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 1914

w BiV . b ' 'V 1 w P. t fe Ik. v.r t" & ?". ff ft. V I v u .tf - , . Til c Pf.4 Vitf JH ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER VJklUt' ioin drjat, rsiRTU or juli, tnAfXtrnma AND CtlniTMW. , A. P. CUKRAN, - Editor und Pubilsfter. lnUiki.U LoaK 0UUgcgjrnphgj8 NO. 4U. M1TIT1LL1, KT. aVuvttlPiiona-uy maiu. One Tftwir.- ........ .- .-.. His. MontM-"- ...." -" iter juuiii .......................... "-... OSUVKItSD UY OAHRlStt, rer Mouth......... .. ......-. . ..-.. CenU Myult. .. crm.viru. rw. u wii.w. 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. One thing is certain Spring is coming. MUOH PUNK AND MOST PIFFLE OUT AT FRANKFORT. Appropos o tho anti-pass legislation'of our right, cous young legislators, "Will Ardery says, in his Paria Democrat : "Some of our more earnest young men will soon get tho idea that they can keep a man from treat ing a friend to a glass of grape juice, thereby earn ing a tin medal from the Model License League. Peter Pifile and 'Alfred Demagogue please step down and out. "We have a Legisla...

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 1914

llfeBlllK v mm MRPM" tin- -- iii ! iwn i i jt.injrfifmrtvyrtmmirmt ii.i,iiiiii. gi'wiiwin.T''iili "i noawwiim,niinwLiiHl'l!li " SKaEJi!iUTWjg Ayrifcl.u.tw ""-a a .. uiWpyBSyywyPSMga' i iwiji i ,"f;gump'"t.uui, jhuj yi.1 ' ' Win HWV' ''' mijn piii.iiuiiiiiii mi m m M .,, Wj ? K M Vf ' ttf H jr v Lift, -,-.! I H ur . . ffil. - wmmmmmmmmHmmmamaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmammMBmx wBKs?i ROYAL Baking Powder Makes the lightest most delicious and tastv Royal Baking PowcIcf is indispensable to the prepa ration of the finest cake, hot-breads, rolls and muffins. ROYAL Has No Substitute No other baking powder equals it in effective ness, purity and wholesomeness. not stand the acid test of this (he twentieth contury. Ho gnve the story of a- father, a con Armed drunkard and ho when he was on tho bench had sentenced tho lather's two sods and three daughters to tho petiltonitiary. Tho father did not know or roalizo no had transmitted nis own sins to them. Ho closed by this remark: Woman has the right t...

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 1914

V, 3 fc ES., 11 - iS I : ft " V" fe- "' W: W s& $ H ft-1 'state. Our Sale On uvciuuaid iT "Ts still going on. Watch our -' window (Haplay for oxtra good ';X bargninp. $15 Overcoats for 98.75! $j Now is your chance, hook ,Ut Mem ovor wnno wo navo a good solcction. Tomorrow , may bo too Into. Geo. H. Frank & Co. flaysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICiLEDGER RIVER NEWS. 17 feet and falling. No iee The Greenwood ii this morning. FEBRUARY WAS A CHILLY MONTH. - The mouth of February was, on an - average, ju9t 0.0 degrees colder each day than it should have been had it acted in a normal way. The monthly siinunni.x bx the 'Weather Bureau shows the average tern pernturo for Pebrunry was 110 degress, while the normal is DO.O degrees Tho highest for the month was .! on the-0th, the lowost was ,'i, on the 21th JOHN BULL SHIES AT TROUBLE. London, March .')." We hae no in tention of engaging in such a fatalistic attempt as the sending of a lou-e which, to be effect ho, would hae to beji ...

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 1914

JHMWBMBMM IP-. 15w$ ' - : "' - ' ''?' ;-, ,- , -?grfJW' . - . . jHfflpK IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII B$f j-XS5tttixi$te. 5 r f SA7IIDTU.V I mmsu.. " jBB.r- ..?i"zr --. ... .- - . , iiAmnnrMnriAn oniuntnii XiE'' TIT Til lX !OTUi19H I I il I M 1 I H I a UCUIUUdlldllUU MARCH 7th. By tho National Biscuit Co. of tboir fino lino of Crackers and Cakes j ' at our storo. Cotno and your friends. rUDLilb MiiiJf: JjJlJJUJDjIi Br" - , . . . IjT .1- -i -. -i --!-.-- - - " --- -'i-i-i--Li-i-ri.i-i.r.n.-L-in.--il-.-n-li-.-i-i-i-i 1 -" - ------------ - ---. - ------ . - - - - .,... . --. --!-. .-... - .... .. mi JWy IW. - LI - UT--IJ IJI 1.1 III i1P wir B-M04- MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FBIDAY, MARCH G, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. V I Ji m I ss,,' to m IB 1 lK. f ' laMww rSfciv. . i - . .j- - . ?jv-iiTrrr:TTjn V "1 H " I 3 - $K JEi rr-rrx. 1 JrCSSCQ W rGt4 Commissioner James II. Ware of Brick FRESH FISH DAILY. I i.- er V -'r .ffSftr . IWAVSJ ffliwK, -Bfe JT m M :;ili Pine- Lumber P Ingratitude There w...

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 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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