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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 March 1914

.; " ' J -;' ',u' ii1,nJgR1.,.---m-..CTiT.Xanl.. E I ttfT7W i'n y. :V .a m. j. r -.Ik..' " " 'V , t-vd&k- J - JTi ' , 'it ffi' iy-1 Fir & I :-.'- I . i V Si- m 'V- JJjU ran W ft s iff '81 , No Wonder. There lived n mnu iu our towu And he was wondrous grim. Ho hnd a cold and peoplo told Tbolr remedies to him. A man, near-sighted, in our town, Tho populaco did vex By recommending ninety-nino Varieties of "specs.'" Tho girl of tho period looks moro like an oxclatuation point. WANTS TO MOVE THE STATION AT SOUTH KIPIiEY. (Ripley Bee.) It seems to us that after the awful calamity that happened at South Rip loy, last Thursday morning, in which two hveS were lost, to say nothing of thu loss to the transfer people, tho C. & O. officials would removo their station on tho other side of tho tracks next tho river. If it had been there tho accident would not liavo happened. Tho only wonder is that the liko did not occur before, as peoplo have to cross tho tracks both going to and comi...

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 1914

,. ' ft? ' 7G iftV. 'WL & K ii'i.'ll.w.VI.mw . i iimiMii iiijB.num'i I'p'JwMHwiluwniini VT yjn'i mwMTO imiiiu BMW mwwim I i i ..!w.iHiN.iwii'V'y"ML5l'"'V' !"" '. . LULL'-L'L"" ' . ' ' ' '- 'l''"' " " ' i i .1 , i.n,,n ,, , , , , n ,,H, ., ., ,. , ... , ; L Our Sale On Overcoats . la still going ou. Watch our - window display for oxtrn good ' bargains. $15 Overcoats for $8. 75 I Now ia your chance, hook them ovoi while we have a 'good selection. Tomorrow may bo too Into. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's foremost Clothiers. PUBLICigiLEDGER City Mail Carrici Prank Hnucke of Forest avenue who has been ill for weoks n.i able to mi i,; t '...'. lor the firt tt'iio. Edward Citel is snli biiif.' in ihii of Air. Himeke. PAILT ADDRESSED CINCINNATI BANKERS. lion. J. N. Kehoe, President nt the Standard Bank of Maysvillo, addressed tho Cincinnati Oinptei Anioricaii In Htitutc of Bankors nt their mooting n1 the First National Bank Ruilditi :H Cincinnati last week. HOUSE PASSES NEW TAX BILL...

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. — 7 March 1914

ti ft ft? i3tf Of courso no want an eight-hour day, Wo think it is our right; And yet you never see a jay Who wants an eight-hour night. Addio Boyd, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boyd, of Limestone streot, is recovering from a sick spell. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgage Land Notes Yielding 0 and 7 Por Cent. FRANK H. CLARKE. First National Bank Building. POLICE COURT. A quartet of plain drunks faced his honor yesterday afternoon. They wore A. C. Caso, Ham Coinbcss, T. II. Mur ray, and .T. II. Murray. Each paid his fine, $6.50, and wont his way. SNOW NO. 22. Thoro was another most beautiful snowfall this morning, making tho 22nd of the winter season. , However, it melt ed almost as soon as it fell, tho sun coming out between clouds. , LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show the steady outnut ol coal during the last lew ypflTa has made tho dealers puBb (or wider markets, We are going to gel nuire fcrade your trade by giving von a crrater value for your money. You 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. — 7 March 1914

v -Mi" T"H--E UBt'IC LTDGE'R rV ,''. ( W.V IV "V v- A 'J feft i.V Ttl ' PL'S. si j ,1.1 M-1 & SYNOPSIS. Francois Bcauprc. a peasant babe of thrco years, after an umusIiiK Incident In which Marshal New llgures, is mnilo a Chevalier of Franco 1 the Kmperor Na poleon, who prophesied that tho boy might one day bo a marshal of Franco under another Honaparte. At tho age of ten Francois visits General Baron Gas para aourtxiuul, who with Allxo, his sovon-year-old daughter, lives at the Chateau. A soldier of tho Umpire, under Napoleon ho llrcs the boy's Imagination with stories of his campaigns. Tho gen eral offers Francois a homo at the Cha teau. The boy refuses to leave his pa rents, but In the end becomes a copyist for tho general and lenrns of the frlend ahlp between tho general and Marquis Jappl, who campaigned with tho general under Napoleon. Marnuls Zappl and hl3 oon, Metro, arrlvo at the Chateau. Tho general agrees to care for tho Marquis' son while- tho former goes to America. 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. — 7 March 1914

IV ,VT& y- m 4x &. 1 ' ft: ThcDATOHTEfcoJ &V El TTV xLsiva&ions 111 COPYRIGHT BY A.CM?CLURG &t CO., 9l SYNOPSIS. Gloria Korr. a motherless Girl, who has pent most of her life In school, arrives at her father's home In Belmont. David Kerr Is the political boss of tho town, and Is anxious to prevent his daucnter learning of his real character. Kendall, representing tho Chicago nnckers. ts ne gotiating with Judgo Ullb?rt. Kerr's chief adviser, for a valuable franchise. They fear tho opposition of! Joe Wilsht nf thrt rpfnrm nnnnr. Iverr QHK8 joe vviiKMi, euuui of the reform paper, Kerr asks tho ft slstancc of Judgo Gilbert In IntroducInK Gloria to Belmont society nnd promises tho packers' to help him put throwjh friinrhlsa jirul lpt him hnvn all tho craft. mc Olorla meets Joe Wright nt tne uuneris hUnTmA ,hr5?.o?.liy"n u"SBWyJnd at tho sound of a familiar voice In ITnrnnn Tim f!lllurt InVltn GlOrln tO stay with them pending the refurnishing of the Kerr home. Wr'glit ...

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. — 7 March 1914

HP r X .-.- s'.-r r J" ' A, . IfiFSP rw t . ; V ' v ' t H-1 & : s St g5T F V A " w. THE PUBLIC LEDGER iaili ucut bdmd.y, -mum or Ui.r, tuAKXauiviMu AMU OIIKMTMAH. A. P. .CURRA.N, Editor and Publisher. Loom uU Lou it PUtepoji Telephone NO. 40. arrioi rosLia ueduku jiuiluixu, MAT8TIL.LB XT. 1 avuhOJttiHtotmBr mail. (!! YW!"...... ... IBBtltltimll I Jluuiii.,,. (3 OO .... 1 SO . .. 7ft DKhlVKIlRJ) BY OAlUiHIB. Per Mouth-. . . . ..-... M CnU Vljyuat W i.PfcWr u. nw ly wwwi LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. . jCol. Goethals hasn't got all that's coming to him yet. Maybe ho -will bo banished to Alaska KEEPING TPEM AT HOME. The reason why Kentuckians leave home, accord ing to the Bowling Green Messenger, "is because we are over-crowded with men and shy on busi ness and industrial pursuits." Then again, the same authority says Kentuckiana always have been "a restless lot." It is the Messenger's opinion. that "i we who believe in the State and its resources will get behind the movement t...

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. — 7 March 1914

I WHWitfHg jy Mi! JK" JJgBB 'm M yvz . - 1'' wjgmBiBMBgKfnBjH j m ! Ill I J? m 'Vis ' .) i. i. i II 1 i . 1 An innocent maiden named Jnno, Was wrcckod on n railway trane; This poor little lass, Was cut by somo glass, And sho said, "I'll ne'er travel agn'mo" Tho Houso passed a bill to authorize the States to prohibit, by local laws, the salo of1 convict-made goods in tho orig inal package shipped in from outside tho State. John Bassott Moore, counsellor of tho Stnto Department, left tho department, following the acceptance of hi J resig nation, tendered to the President on February 2. ANAEMIC SINCE CHILDHOOD - How Miss Holmes Regained Her Hoaltli. If you nro anaemic, you need more iron in your blood, and tho tell-tale symptoms arc a palo fact colorless lips, ashen flnger nails, poor circulation, t.nd short breath, and more serious dis eases nro easily contracted when in this condition. Whtt Vii.ol did for Miss Yvonne Holmes of Fall River, Mass., it will do for every anaemic run-down ...

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. — 7 March 1914

flpPipV!.;! WWII?' Frnqmsm' - - "jsp. ,!.W , tovfjVj,, . ( s f W'.v ' '? -?jF Mimtmiti 1 1 i iim i iS'"-KX,'5f-awirir v'T-r .WHs3Eajyamiii',w5tr."i!,"..-.'L. - wnBar?!.!' . , 'ci'rrjww.-'." ;- ' - ' ..TV? rBl ' '5?(WwrT "", - . " ,W, ' r tr t 'IJ'tt as ? KV m r a tsA " .- I'jT-j P IV " V Our Sale On Overcoats Is still going on. Watch our window display for extra good bargain p. $15 Overcoats for 98.75 I Now is your chanoe. Look them over while we nave a good selection. Tomorrow way be too Into. Geo. II. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. OtltT , PUBLIC LEDGER Mrs. Brcckinrldgo will not speak at Louisville today owing to temporary loss of volco. Mrs. Itobert Busby continues to atcad ily improve nt hor home on East Front street. She is jiow Hitting up part of tlio time. Mrs. John linsler and tlnee children, of ilnysvillc, spent the latter part of Inst week as tho guests of her parents, Wm. Smith and wife. Leslie Htnker of Maysville, spent Sunday with fiiend" horo. " Miss ...

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 1914

L HHIMflllllllllliiiiiiiiiiHHH S nprrmncfrniinn SATURDAY. j iuuuuou uuuu MARCH 7th. By tho National Biscuit Co. of tboir Ado lino 2 of Crackers and Cakes, at our store. 5 Come and bring your friends. -'"PUBLIC ggl LEDGER-' " HF iZ?KvvBUQ8sP& MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914. 1 ' i H Dressed M IP ' Mail . ;1I Pine Lumber tP f The poet sang nbout the snow, jiPfcofS )t IWPi? K Though others nt his themo may ??1' (SKSSeS K ieoff- I KW 9111 m 31e can afford to sing, you know; tmVrTJMm- '5 Ho d009n,t have t0 c,ean if oir- lo mm for sale. usi--ss,' wSTOj3b i -.. ONE COPY ONE CENT. I i Two good work toams, wagons and hurness. Call at O. W. 1'ollitt's stable. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgage Land Notes Yielding 0 and 7 Per Cent. FRANK H. CLARKE. Fiqst National Bank Building. SOME BIO FIQUBES. Tho report of tho condition of "The Bank of Mnysillo National Hanking Association," is published in today's Ledger. Tho figures speak olumes for tho management and hiiccohh of this solid in...

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 1914

frf ?! fcrs. it,'4- I. '. fcV &' SS.' F5;- f" w--.- THE PUBLIC LEDGER X1AI1I XOl't CONUATi fOUHTIl or ULT, TBAHKItflTINO AHD ClmiBTO. A..JP. CURRANt Editor arfd Publisher No. 40. (joo1 ftnd Long orrios ruBLio leduiii boildinq, K1T9V1LLK. KT. suusvjkii'Twns-iiy mail. On Vr - , -? ? naa nomiii. . TldU Jiini . I OU 7 DXtHVJCSS-D 13 Y (MliSlKS, ler Jtoulta........ .-., .... .....-0 Oculi lyiWH ivVOUnurrvninuui Minn.. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. James J. Hill wis quoted as having said that ' within a few years the railroads of the United States would require as much as 5,000,000,000 if all of them were to bo improved, expanded and pro vided with terminal facilities with which to meet the demands for transportation made by the agri - cultural and industrial interests of the country. "WHY I GO TO CHURCH. " . An American statesman, as wo take him to be. has sounded a clear, high, beautiful note on the theme of church attendance, which, if responded to by all the people, would fil...

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 1914

PV '--7' at ; rV WfcHMMiWW A-. ..-. - Vj Mfc fcv- . Sr r w The Savl Royal A is con Royal is economical, because it pos sesses more leavening power and goes further. Royal saves also, because it always makes fine, light, sweet food, all digestible; never wastes good flour, butter and eggs. More important still is the saving in health. Royal Baking Powder adds anti-dyspeptic qualities to the food. What makes us discontented with our condition is tho absurdly exaggerated 'idea wo havo of tho happinesi of others. NICHOLAS SKATERS BADLY INJURED. (Carlisle Mercury.) Whilo skating on tho ico at MyorS Station ono day last week 133 Eliza both Lawless, teacher in tho primary department of the Myers school, and Mr. Lon Clark, fell and sustained se vere, bruises. Mr. Clark was uncon bcious for several hours. Miss Lawless was not able, to rcsumo her duties for two days. GEM W. C. Ellis, a Cincinnati leather mer chant was convicted in Chicago of slay ing his wifo and sentenced to fifteen years' 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. — 9 March 1914

Ml I i.r 3V si 1 Lit l;- ?M- x, - if' & Jr? 0 WASHINCapN CITY TTVRral v v j owisz I a! Frock Coat Rescued on the Brink of Oblivion WASHINGTON. Washington tailors secured an official vindication of tho much maligned frock coat at tho hands of tho fashion committeo of tha international custom cutters' convention hero. This Is tho supromo court of although why Terro Haute should bo excepted no one knows. Tho commit tee wroto tho following vindication Into its announcement: "Wo wish to emphoBlzo that tho doublo-breaBted frock coat Is by no means relegated to tho background. Whllo tho throe-button cutaway Just at thlo time is tho most popular garment, tho frock coat is worn by tho highest officials of our nation, and this Itself mnlntains tho dignity of this garment." Tho Having clauso, however, was put In, it seems, only for tho boneflt of frock coats already in existence. No reputablo tailor will manufacture any more of them. For tho remainder of tho long report minuto details for ...

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. — 9 March 1914

I ! im iiMitoiii'iiiiiii rrrn 11BP' III Ml 111 llllllllWllllHHM ! MIIWWWIWIW 1 I M , .' .-, 'ft v ' tfi, s ' !W iA-fc- fc ft" ncnL i ' r l ' . . . .. . . . . ... - i 4HMF v S'.vi , ,. . , -J IgKf ' ' ' ' -. Jj! 5&N OTflEKU HRjftjW fir -JL J. lJL- flSa mBKSfSSkSa When Frank Tokio Stepped on Kans Olsons Foot SAN FRANCISCO. Por a long, long whllo Frank Tokio was a negllglbla quantity in tho trial. Tills was somewhat Btrnngo becautso ho stood in a very prominent place That Is, within a few feet of tho wltnoss chair, a j-ti. &$&' . T v fy & a0--' Ho was a joint defendant with Hans Olson. Ho nnd Olson were charged with disturbing tho peace and tho arresting ofllcer testified that tho two had fought terribly on an Ocean Jleach car. Olson wns a giant, towering up so high that it seemed Tokio came only to his knee. Perhaps it was tho mighty Olson torm which protected the dimin utive Tokio from the blast of curious oyes and caught their force In tho samo way a lightning rod ca...

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. — 9 March 1914

r-- ' I I i in i i I IT li I II ' 1 1 rfii n -.'-... . .. i - ...i. 1i . . . r" . . n ttiihiiiiiiiihiihi ' in ii n i '- . . " " t ' '?7!r" .. 'I' i ; - L7... -jb - i .i.i, i tiMPiiiwiwwM ifwu. ltMl. ... w r P lt &,. P. - fife &&U ' v :V JUST . 47 LEFT Don't put iL off any longer, as tbo prico wo linvo on our re maining stock of Ovcrcouts is soiling them tooursatisfattion; If yon buy one now wo also" gnaranteo your satisfaction. Oar reputation goes with ovory Orercoat, so when wo toll you thoy are bargains it a just that way. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Msysville's Foremost Clothiers. nitir Loxington barbers will cloe on Sun day. Tho taxation hill Senate 02 to 11. pawed Kentucky Laurnneo Simpson, whoso Wife was found dead nt their homo near Lexing ton with a bullet in her temple, wants grand jury to probe the affair bo as to exonerate him of suspicion of having murdered his wife. ( JACK LONDON BEADY TO RUN . FOE PRESIDENT. San Francisco, Mnrch 5. Jack Lou don announces he wil...

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 1914

ONE COPY ONE CENT. Mm. Fred Dresol, who Las boon qulto ill nt hor homo in the Sixth Ward with rheumatism for tho past four wcoks, shows very littlo luiprovomcnt. THE EAELY ONION. ) T. D. Badglcy, Aberdeen's 'gardener, him homo grown onions, und spring chickens on tho streets this morning, lho first of tho season. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgago Land Notoa Yielding 0 and 7 Per Conk' FRANK H. CLARKE. First National Bank Building. NOTICE. LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FACTS Government reports show the steady out"Ut of con I during the last Few years has mude the dealers push for wider markets, We are going to net more Wade your trade liy givlne you a ereater value, for your money. You will never Ret out ol debt, unlosa you buy wisely. MAYSVILLE GOAL CO. Per Hundred fl.iP Ml. I horoby notify tho public and all nssociatesnot to'buy or uivo Willi in. .Evans, ueuer Known as itairs--. anyi rrowui vjocuruu, ui iuuuikuiuo-j, intoxicating lio.uor. If so, I will pros sold thoir crop of hemp, about...

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 1914

j" rife' h-te W yt ",.fii'l',, ?' -i. fi-"".4 ,. t5T 'k TfV X & ,VW W-JSf D -- ..f .4 r vC ITjyMiWf RffJw iinciiui':'iii.kw''v.i''Taal.i".,i"g5P jjcagBfrwgauitT ""Jjmnwrv- --fl!r'?r."?i,iwWM j.w.TYi r"nTyftW?fr.tfr " i,iiiiw ' i'i AjjiinWffr n ..iifiiiwiiliniiiu, irr iii irrftr.-i. j9it'mtm & j-n--.- ini.-mtvn-r . v. i ( k." 1 f 3 IV .1 &. ,)' KJ ;i ,THE PUBLIC LEDGER lAiia KXort iumiuTi rowivni or jult, ibamkiihtimu AND OIIHITCA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. No. 40. Lool and 100K orriac runuo txniann buimumu, MATkTILLl. KT. 8UUHUUiriWN8-lir MAIL. On Ywtr. ..... HIWHllllHIHIHIIM" DBhlYXRBI) BY UAIiRIJtB, Hr J"lh..- - .- ........JW Cl yayuoi. i COIUvw' at d of Jlonlrt. 4L SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The prediction of thirty years ago that higher education would impair the health of women has been disproved according to Miss Laura Drake Gill, president of the College for Women, Sewauee, Tenu. ALASKA AND SIBERIA. We know very little about Alaska. We have neither i...

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 1914

.xbMritl Vnf,,'.l, GEM TODAY ! 'TJiVMarveloui- Kline-Clnes Photo Drama QUO VADIS" No Seats Reserved. First Come, First Served. 5fflB8SSSSn Id 8 not and 8 parts, as presented at Astor Theater, Now York, and MoVickor's Theater, Chicago, The groa'eor piftur ver shon id Maysvillp. PRICES ADULTS 25c CHILDREN 10c .IUST AnitlVKO, KKADY KOK SALE Performances at , 3:30, 6:30 and 8:30 P M Seed POTATOES Triumph, i,uh cobblet., M. C. RUSSCll CO. Kiirnln, I'nrly Kosc CONFEDERATES TO Ox. .4E. I Others parts of tho stato havo camps, but since tho death of the Into 15. D. i Hiiyless tho camp has lost all interest. . Tho mooting is to bo hold nt tho homo of Colonel James Arnold within tho , week. WORK ON TBAOTION LINE TO BEGIN AT EARLY DATE. Portsmouth. Ohio. "Tho nlnns. for nnd as soon as wo hear from tho public utilities of Columbus about the propos MILLIONS FOR AIRSHIPS London. Tho army estimates adopted includo $5,000,000 for tho aviation branch- of the service. This amount Is nlmpst double that...

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 1914

W :. c" te'i! x ' 1 w, t -nepyr rw'-fmmm I 1 i- t&. SK f&j Eft 'ft K fr -. 3 'ywnwwwiiwwDtijji .ifymiwwminw JUST ' 47 LEFT Don't put it oil' auy longer, as tho price wo havo on our ro inaiuing stock of Oveicoat8 is soiling them to oursatisfattion. If you huy ono now wo also guarantoo your satisfaction. Our reputation goes with every Ovorcoat, so when we tell you thoy ore bargains it is just that way. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. OAILT - PUBLICiljSLEDGElt GEO. VV. VANDERBILT, OWNER OF BILTM0RE," IS DEAD. George W. Vandeibilt, nged ."2, mnlti millionaire philanthropist and sports man of international reputation, died at Washington, Friday, from heart fail ure following au operation for nppen (Ileitis last Tuesday. Tho remain will bo taken to New York today for interment. Mr. Vanderbilt was the founder and cwner of "Biltmore," in North Cam Una, one of tho greatest estates in the world. GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE Goes To New Insurance BUI Despite Throat of C...

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 1914

' I i r .... ImWKlrSn w''W''iu''"wii nwtmmmimm-mmm .... wrmr------. . . "- "" I'J--T w ' ' i mwwiwwii i i Winn I -wiiail WWUMM ViKE&WnJfM3nKm mm m mnnr ' i " pw iiinii tmiMNHMMMMinHMKH i Demonstration iiunnuumnumn SATURDAY, MARCH 7th. By tho National Biscuit Co. of their fino lino jj of Crackora and Cakes at our store. 5 Como and hrjng ynur frienda. E DINGER BROS., .MffllJ MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. hpji "" PUBLIC IHI LEDGER vKmmWm wmmmmwmmimwummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWKmmammWmmmmammmmmmmmmim - ""i Wr &!' i. 1 j ,".. t lf- K4HIB.WHK .. Mil km m A I Could you bo truo to hair of blue, If you gazed upon hair of groon? Or If a bead of Turkey red Enraptured you with its sheen? Would you dnro wink if locks of pluk Camo jauntily dancing by? I'd like to know n day or so Beforo I buy my dye! Plerco Oil Company will seek to Yo enter Toxas. MBS. CUU.EN REOOVERINCh Tho many friends of Mrs. James Cul len will bo pleased to know she is re covering ...

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 1914

St ff! ft maw p f wa NiJgiriiSliigfcjfctfM WfltW ycuftyiwif wv9imm U. - fc4 l .. Bfr K4 " tt VV THE PUBLIC LEDGER lAll.I (XUIIT UKUAIi ruu Tn it JUL1, TUAftKttflYlNtf nn onmTit. A: I. CbkRAN, fcditor and Publisher No. 40. Loost ami .Lour Qijjp.iqvtii)bQD orrtai rUBUO Lktuaan soiunna, MATSVtLLS r.r. SUUXUUlVUONH-HY MA.ll.. ..,....., a no Oat Venr ... iila. jSOiliun.. .. . DJCUlVXBBt) BY OAB1USB, Par IWnnih..,.., ... -. .......a8 Vent ayuou coiunw at rtd of Monm ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH W ADVAtfCh. : BILLY SUNDAY ON THE RECALL. A girl is a fool to allow a man to briug her to church and then leave her and then call for her.---Billy Sunday. And then, finally leave her for another girl. IT OUGHT TO DIE AN UNNATURAL DEATH. The "Legislature will die a natural death in a couple more weeks. Up to this time but little has been accomplished. Many needed laws will prob ably be passed before the end comes and many bills will be rushed through the hopper, which will be an injury rather than a benef...

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