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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 11 March 1914

MmNBKHmmimtNmmmyLw izFwmrm 'jivatiVfrxxrsf- v.'. .7"fr- - ., 'hi Sfl wir "JW I'VftW '," r.. 1 1 -A ; m'fsiwijr - .. ' . w :' S v. mKBb ... kf. ' i .i fr ?yv ) T mmineAfi ? i igrri - .''rv7i; - I,' It's easy enough to bo pleasant, And to turn out a gibe or a quip; But the guy worth whilo Is tbo mutt who can smilo When ho has tonsllltfs and grip. Luko McLuko. NEW DEMOCRATIC POSTMASTERS. The following Kentucky postmasters woro nominated: K. W. nackney, Lon den; John O'Reilly, Ilardlnsburg; P. E. Bradley, Scottsvllle; It. K. McCarnoy, Paris; Mary Melt. Bruce, Stanford; Harry Orobmjer, Carrollton; R. A Field, Uatlottsburg and Spalding Traf ton. Henderson. COLLEGES WILL UNITE Consolidation of Bourbon and Hamilton Announced. Lexington. Prosidcnt K. II. Cross field, announced tho consolidation of Bourbon Collogo, of Paris, with Hamil ton College, this city, under which union effective noxt year, Mrs. M. 0. Thomp son, prosidont of Bourbon Collogo, bo comes lady principal of Hamilton. LARGEST...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 11 March 1914

'.' j v ,W ;i V rV 'r" a- SfcM m : J V' ,A u !- r i-. r" u h I k f r ft. -IK- X fr &1- K-r- ft ,--, r I i- a. fc-f- M mm wmJ k Bc v II r -' II Btrt II mi: Bsav '" II HsFl&i II HnKii II JUST 47 LEFT Don't put it off any longer, as the price wo havo on our re maining stock of Overcoats is nelling them to onrsntisfattion. If you buy one now we nlso guarantee your satisfaction. -Our reputation goes with every Overcoat, so when we toll you they are bargains it in just that way. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICJLEDGER Edward V. McNamnra, who last Sat urday night attempted to tako liis own llfo at Lexington, and who since that time has been in a critical condition at St. Joseph's hospital, was said to be slightly improved early this morning. THE QUEEN CITY GOES ON PT. TLEASANT DOCKS. Louisville, Ky., March 9. Under her own steam, the steamor Queen City, which grounded February 17 besido a pior at tho head of tbo Ohio falls, is finally en route to Point...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 12 March 1914

Bfi f ' , ! ..v" ' ,-1"' & Sffc , .AL Mimmii.MPf-Wp fiiwifiUf n mmmuMina ii i "urn unnnnjLUi mmW?m . ' "5 . ,v fc' V- M' fe. A, mi- i k IN U j p t i 'W PUBLIC LEDGER WAV I'OBLW LKUOBS-lSn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. ONE COrY ONE CENT. $. 'Twill soon be timo To reail the line: "There is a break In winter's spine." Th0 St. Charles Hotel on Front street owned by the Maysville Lodge oi Elks will bo sold at public auction next Sat urday at p. in. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgago Land Notes Yielding 6 and 7 Per Cent. FRANK H. CLARKE. Flrnt National Bank Building. KELLY'S NOBLE ARMY STRANDED Sacramonto, Mnrch 11. "General" Kolley's army temporarily detained on its march toward Washington, went to bed supperless, tonight in the shacks that form its camp in Yolo County. VERY COLD THIS MORNING. This morning the mercury was down to 10 abovo zero, there was a heavy icy fog which got noxt to all things out of doors, and this is March 112th, too. This Ground Hog joke ends th...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 12 March 1914

0 IV. ?tf Lv- t M rf V T F J' r & CSV r ;K. . I P t h' t. f f p ss? m v.- . v &W ' tv .- P THE PUBLIC LEDGER -- - . . , , . DiU. BXOBPT tUMDAT, XOUBTII or JOLT, TBAKK801TIMO akp cunwtim. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Lool ml Long 0teteiiitfi'1"p"i'" No. 40. orriov roiaio lboobii boildlxo, MATVU.La. KT. . aviiauttiriioxa-nY mail. jS3f; Y 114' Tlurta. jwuiu. -. 1 . to DBtJVJtnSi) BY OAJUUXB, Iwr Mqutlu........ ..-.. .-... ..-..-) ttonui yoit to Volltctur at nd of MontH ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Russian and Swiss butter is being shipped into Buffalo, N. Y., and sold at 5 cents to 7 cents a pound lower than the native butter. Guess that will wake up the dairymen of old New York State. Pueblo (Col.) Opinion. GOVERNOR COX'S 1914 MODEL MACHINE. Have you ever stopped to think what a nice little campaign fund a "voluntary" contribution averag ing $25 each would result from the 10,000 personal appointees of Governor Cos Figure it up and then ask yourself why! Chillicoth...

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. — 12 March 1914

t m-- :' Please Pass the -Pickles. Moat slnglo men nro homeless, and Less happy than tli mild boj Most married men wo understand, Are homo leM than tlioy shoald bo. Luko McLukc. Tho only your own. extraordinary babies aro Coins arc in circulation on an aver nitc owenty-soven yoara. Terjo Haute, Ind;, March 8. George Bovlns, coal denier, is tho latest claim nnt to the discovery of that dream of ages, "perpetual motion." Ho says ho has -it. A motor, a dynamo, and his "secret" ccmprlso tho outfit. Ho assorts thnt the storaeo battery runs tho dynamo, mo uynamo runs uiu moior, n.oiur two weks hcro wUh rCnds and ru-cuurges ug siuragu uuuury uuu ntivos when this circuit is completed ho, MIg; Emma Stevens, who Mas henn has 20 per cent, more power than first' toachlng ncnr Falmouts' roturnod ,otuV left tho storaeo battery. Ho workod on .Tvr,i,r ' m . iuvuunj. Mrs. Emily Sownrds foil on tho ico the past wook and Uroko hur arm and dislocated hor shoulder. She is being tratcd by Drs., Long and ...

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. — 12 March 1914

m s is?J IFM w- PJ :' W &?& a .."- .-r . :- ip.3 . ST; s v; .S ,. it: tlAJBi. 2822 as: E3S5S RMMftJMVVIMDM tmnmmtmii fnmti qgety A'" .,-v ' f$' ft fey; . f - & .r ta "-.' i. il ! B. ;j V i-W JJV r JW: 1 &HV-' JUST 47 LEFT ' Don't put it off any longer, as tho prioo we havo on our ro maining stock of OvercontB is selling thorn to oursatisfnttion. If yoa buy ono now we also guaronteo your satisfaction. Oar reputation goes with ovory Overcoat, so when wo toll you they are bargains it is just that way. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Msysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. 01 IT . PUBLIC LEDGER Tho British Government's plan for tho conciliation of tho Unionists of Uls ter in connection with tho Irish Homo Itulo Bill wns laid before tho Houso of Commons. MONEY NEEDED Says Member Cochran of Tho School Board To Imbjrovo Maysvillo's Schools at Central District Meeting. Tho Central Parent-Teacher Associa tion mot in tho High School Building jestordny afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Ford Hcc...

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. — 13 March 1914

f, TO V) . 1, W . r . --v?;v MrWMIWHMMlHIMTMIIWUBrfrri iTTII liTTi Wrl MHIT IT 1 1 T JT1 Tgy 111 In Bi Til IT TBI l - IiT 'W WW WTO 'I 'V ; TTfBMWjr -i ITr " WB ' . ,'ffl . ' . f -J'!1 "'f'-K-vr W 'f 1 'I'-JiiH'T r''' TTTTn '" f . y " -i t l'i ,. ' " r lalBHRTBHMHIWWSSS - " "'? vr; - ; ;;v; . V?'--; , . ASBBBkS' i "- '" ' - - fc"- - J'i- iiiiiwi imh im iimn'wiMMiniiwiiiP xtmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ' ' ll111 " " w mmmmm-mmammmirmmmmm3mmnmnnnuwiimMmmammmmtmi u mi, 1 1 in 1 1 i immi mmm m 1 1 i i n nn lSBr . -4i . pirainiiDramiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiij H! lHW1 XBBBBBBBBBB. iBKBBWVr- V I A U V1 Bfr': T kJI PUBLIC LEDGER RUfUHI.WAN-KHi MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. fcW Safe. Let us bo like the bird for a moment perched On n frail branch while ho sings; Though ho feels it bend, yet he sings his song, Knowing that he hath wings. Victor Hugi. Taffey Special all flavors 10c lb. At Traxels, Saturday. 12-2t Merz Bros, havo received over 150, 000 yards of Tobacc...

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. — 13 March 1914

K.V r ih t L .i r v 3 k? N-. ?- ! Jft t$ j tar- E. K-.'. 3 ." if t . V f Of' THE PUBLIC LEDGER lUkUl MCn IDMDAY, fOUUTH Of JOLT. TMAMXialTIKS AHD CHIWITKA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor Md Publisher. Loat.lr.nd LiODR No. 40. orrioa roMia limui suiuuaa MATITK.H. XT. suuavitiPiivNaBY MJJi, VOS CfMHMIMHMl"'immHIIHHIIWHWIII Ml. AMURl. .. ..-. .-. - ta DsuvansD by oaojubb, ftiyaSk to Portor ot nd 0 jfooM 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Something to worry about-13th. -Today is Friday the "Teach the facts about your home cily in the public schools," urges the bureau of municipal re search, New York City. Mrs. Pankhurst has been arrested bo often that the London bobbies must be doing it just for the blooming fun there is in it. Let the fire insurance companies skiddoo from Maysville if they wish. With the "Kinney Mac" and "Uncle Bob" and a fire watchman on every block, we'll get along somehow. It will be simply awful if we have war with Mexico. We positively are seasick looking at the pictures of...

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. — 13 March 1914

lit V' P k SRi. kV" fx r. e 'll H-.,. V (I ' Good Dope. For this ndvico I'll get no foe, But it should mnke a hit; Tho wisest man on earth is ho Who knows just when to quit. Lulio McLuko. It is Eph Wiley's observation that only about half of tho men who at tributo their downfall to "booze" over drank to excess. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Thcro will bo n Teachors' mooting in my oflieo Saturday at 11 a. m. Every teacher is urged to bo present. Business of importance JESSIE 0. YANCEY, 3upt. CAESARIAN BABY TAKEN HOME. (Ashland Independent.) Mrs. Joseph Adams and baby loft the King's Daughtors' Hospital' today for thier homo in Greenup County. The baby was recently born by means of n most 'successful Caesarian operation. STANDARD OIL CONTRACT. Lima, Ohio. Tho Standard Oil Com pany has placed contracts with the United States Steel Corporation for its 1D14 pipe nnd steel requirements, calling lor approximtoiy 300,000 tons of ma terial, of which about 200,000 tons is of steel pipo of various aires...

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. — 13 March 1914

L". L.V B i r n K IK IT y ?J.y "H. fc IiF .i III JUST 47 LEFT Don't put it off any longer, &a the Diico wo havo on our re maining stock of Overcoats is aolling iliom to oursaustattion. If you buy ono now wo also guarantoo your satisfaction. Oar reputation goes with ovory Overcoat, so when we toll you they are bargains it is just that way. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvllle's Foremost ClotMers. PUBLICfigSLEDGER plILT C. r. Browcr is tlio new president of tho Loxington ball club Louisville nml Nashvillo earned 0.80 per cont. on stock in six months to Do comber Ml. Ono mnn was killed, anothor fatally wounded and two othors wero soriously hurt in u pistol duel on a Norfolk & Western train vcsterdnv near Wolch, W. Va. ' BACK FEOM MISSOURI. After three years sojourn in Shori dan, Missouri, Miss Carrie Early return cd to tako up her residence with her brother Charles, on Commerce street. Miss Early sajs thero is no place like Old Koutucky and especially Maysvillo GRANT ROBERTS RESIG...

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. — 14 March 1914

f mti&mmFvmwmmmmsmMmmM3MBMMmz3ffijm IWlulfullJJli umt 1111 '' mmnm: S At liiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiMi All CHEESE PUBLIC LEDGER M 111 S Kinds ". 1 tr Roquefort in jars and roll, Limbing, Pimento, Neufchatel, Swiss and Cream. i1 WlV'Ml'l fOUZs OlHRr. .liwcV7y3 ihAmiivl -"'31 Leading Retailers n i r aKfOHhlOAN-tsm MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT g DINGER BROS., JTySS'S! w Jfcj -fflfc m a It & F P6;- J "With somo kind of pcoplo wo nover can Wo can't bolp disliking n whole lot of folks; But there's one point on which wo all can agree ( It's hard to hato people who laugh at our jokes. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgage Land Notos Yielding 0 and 7 Per Cont. FRANK H. CLARKE. First National Bank Building. DR. TAYLOR PERFORMS AN OPERATION. Friday Dr. A. 0. Taylor, of this city, assisted by Dr. Pollock of Murphysvlllo, and Dr. Adainson of Sardis, porformod an oporation upon Mr. Stephen Froggo of the Shannon neighborhood. Last July a cow stepped on a bunion o...

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. — 14 March 1914

"H JSt ?PUPL I ,C LEDGER y 'i-iU'Jt y C WV ttf'J :' w P4 B B X 5 SYNOPSIS. Francois Bcauprc, a poasant babs ot three years, after an amusing Incident In which Marshal New tlgures. Is mado a Chevalier of Franco by the Emperor Na poleon, who prophesied that the boy might ono day bo a marshal of France under another Bonaparte. At the age of ten rrancols visits General Baron Qas pard Oourgaud. who with Allxo, his seven-year-old daughter, lives nt the Chateau. A soldier of the Empire under Napoleon he fires tho boy's Imagination with stories of his campaigns. Tho gen oral offers Francois a homo at tho Cha teau. Tho boy refuses to leavo his pa rents, but In tho end becomes a copyist for the general and learns of tho friend ship between the general and Marquis Zappl, who campaigned with the general under Napoleon. Marquis Zappl ana hia son, Plotro. nrrlve nt tho Chateau. The general agrees to care for tho Marquis son whllo tho former goes to America. Tho Marquis before leaving for America ...

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. — 14 March 1914

&& BW'WTiHcFSTO T I a 1 ' m tH The old man will not march today he meant to be in line; You mind last year he stepped His nat atut so boyishly, his shoulders straight ana square, 1 x And him near eicntv. but as vouncr as anv marchincr there?! v Twas yesterday his shamrock nna wnen ne saw tne nuie leaves nis eyes grew son. pnc. Am Vn o.4- 4sn.. ! .-...A4-S1.1 tt- tlrf 'fii Krthii'n Kiil I The litpeTblfoTgreen that camejrpm far off County tip m & A rt?Z7i Twas like a man that had a spell, the way he'd sit and 'look And sigh about the way it grows along the little brook That runs into the Shannon--' 'Twasthe song it sang,'" said he,' "That led me to the Shannon and from tKeTeacrpssThe sea. But sure this is the voice'of home, grown up so sweet fcnd clean: Andflkenhe love I bear for it, It Daint'saihou&nd thincs for ..S'l s where they find l-7. vi And long into the night he sat .1 wrflraftl.3 - if sA 1 I J -Sh-l '" C He whispered of the boyhood paths, as one whose fancy s...

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 March 1914

J??! v n Vi i( '' 4 M " w. JW"m ' " II. w- IHIMMH '!. 'E'fo" MIMI HK.iltfiT' THE PUBLIC LEDGER rAtw wtoirr tuxDiTi roontu of joi.t, tiunkioiwku jlnu ciinmTWiB. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher, toot knd Lone fjn dfl aw. .w. Oimtngw Xelertl0n8 orrioa ruBLio ibdou boiidino, MATIVH.I.H. KT. aVBSyitlV'UOXS-DY MAIL. On ViHir,HMI ...mm .. TUrtv jtuui.i.. -3 0(1 .. 1 BO 7 DHUYXRBD BY 0ARB1KR Per Mouth.. ,.. JM Cento mtrnftt to Cttltctor attnd Of itonth - ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. That learned London doctor who remarked that "Half the divorces in civilized. countries are due to corsets," must have forgotten about "affinities." President Wilson might try sending ''General" Kelly's vagabond army to thrash Mexico. If it couldn't thrash it, maybe the hungry hoboes might cat it. Every now and then the State Treasurer of Ken tucky jollies things along by publishing a report of thP condition .of the Treasury. As it is aways bad. what's the uscT Things have gone far enough at Washington ...

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 March 1914

r -. ' If ;4V f4 V V . v ' K WF wi l :F i fr. -i-tt yr -TfflT "The coal oil lamp 19 down and out As dead as tallow candles, And gasoline Is just about A nulsnnco, with its mantles; Acetyleno we ne'er cut trust, And it's cxponaive, too I'll havo electric light or oust, For nothing elsn will do.'' Don't miss thoso 25c Imported ging hams at 15c lit Mcrz Bros. WILL COMPLETE THIS YEAR. Tho third tr ina.r jut itiontnl railroad across Canada, tho Canadla Northern, will be finished thii year. When com pleted tho road will be 10,000 miles long. About 5,000 miles is now built. Seine of this is over prnrio land, but COO miles is through the Kockoy .Mountains, and cost $05,000 per mile. QARLIO TAINTS THE MILK. (Augusta Chronicle.) One of tho most successful farmors in Bracken County asks the Chronicle to publish tho following, hoping that it will provo of benefit to others: This man had his farm nlmost cleared of garlic, and somo time ago purchased some alfalfa hay from Cincinnati don ers to fe...

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 March 1914

!v: yr $1$ ; 'V 3j, ftl' 0- " ' " 'tf V ;JV k & r l !.' . ' u K ..$ , w. WJ r W tv' K ,' R: .r J.S . JUST 47 LEFT . Don't put it off any longor, aa tho prico wo havo on our ro maining stock of Overcoats is soiling thorn to oursatisfattion. If you buy ono now wo also guarantee your satisfaction. Our reputation goes with overy Overcoat, so when wo tell you they aro bargains it is just that way. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICfiSEDGER sswaz "THE SOUL'S HABITATION": Last Night's Eloquent Sermon By Rev. O. W. Bunton M. E. Church Bo. viva Grows In Interest Rev. 0. W. Buuton, D. D., preached Thursday night to a largo audience upon the theme, "The Soul's Habita tion," from the text, Psalm 71:3. In part tho preacher said, "There aro some unanswerable questions that are ever' rising about the soul of man and the great facts of God. We aro ever embnrrassed nt our inability to meet these groat question. Tho powers of tho soul, the abilities of human naturo, al...

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 March 1914

:G-lf ;i- nrrtz MM All I Kinds CHEESE I PUBLIC LEDGER JV k g Roquefort in jars and roll, Limburg, Pimento, Jj Neufchatel. Swiss and Cream. S DINGER BROS., &$ m JCSTLY RKPOHl.fOAlt-mt lAIli' l'UBLW ItXDOKB-UM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. HQtA Iuwim&JHel (aiHHBBHHMMMMMaKiei1 V iT & fo- -.KB? f- V ft. Thcro ii a young lady iu lloekl.ig, Whoso actions uro often quite iho.:king. She trots a fast, gait And sbo never is lato, For she has a clock iu her boudoir. head und study today's Ledger. tho church notes in Federal Judge Cochran went out to Frankfort this morning to convene United States Court. The V. C. T. U. will moot with tho presldout, Mrs. O. J. Womble, at X o'clock this aftornoon. MrB. D. 9. Dodson of Wedonia will movo to Maysvllle soon and o-jcapy the tint above Miss Luman's Millinery Storo, West Second stroot. WILL HELP MAYSVILLE SOnOOLS. The bill of Ropnuontutivo Reed to permit cities of the fourth-class to creato sinking fund and...

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 March 1914

ft'tf- 4 1 .. JL j K W M t V r V fc k'V "v t-t. y 1 c in th '" - Kq Vs. Mil r) L . ' B. ' t ;? t - -&. t. 1 J m v v w t &il" JA KaWttiW.Wim.ia;.eE THE PUBLIC LEDGER i i i i i ' I'AILT JIOIIT IUNDAT, OUDTn or JUliT, TBANKSUtVMia AMD CnniSTMAS. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. No. 40. Lookl and Long 3f tBIlW Tj0,Si't""l I orrtoK rusLio lkdoca aoiLDixa, I MATtVMXB. KT. a uBavuiriioys-i) ymail. One Vjnr.-....... """"-" Tkrte Jlvum t oo Til DSIAVSRSP ST OARB1BB, Vnr Month......... . .... . . ......JW Cento luygbUto Cotltctor at tint of Month. LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. It's getting so now that it's easier to go out of the insurance business than it was to go into it. Old Kentucky seems to bo having the time of her life over "wine and women." Fine horses ain't causing any trouble as yet. BASEBALL A CHARACTER TEST. There could be cited no better definition of the difference between the English nnd American char acter than the opinion formed by Great Britain of our nationa...

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 March 1914

w Iff i ii ii 1 1 ill i I II immmmim A woman may not' know enough 't voto, but sho kin git out a littlo work without llghtln' a pipo or takin' it couplo o' drinks. Eph Wiley bauds down the decision that tho man who finds divorsion in the spectacle of a woman incased in a slit skirt is easily entertained. Mrs. Mary K. Dawn roturncd Monday from a visit to her nunt, Mrs. It. L, Manwaring, at .Maysvillo. " Jnmos a1. Boynolds camo in Friday afternoou last fiom Mason County, W. Va., to visit relatives at IUUsboro. Miss Anmt Pearco Clark returned to her homo at Maysvlllo after a visit to tho family of James McCreary. Flemingsburg Times-Democrat. BIO DAMAGE SUIT TILED. Suit has been brought against George Trautman in Adams County court for $25,000 because his son, Frank, ran over Mrs. Dena Burns, near Seaman, with n horse and buggy when returning homo from church The boy is not 01 age. Mrs. Burns was knocked down by ono of tho wheels, which passed over her head. The horso stepped on hot jkn...

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 March 1914

mam pKLMCOTEMGlEHl? tn-v iiwvn r'iW5Kl w. f a .' ' "t.W'. VW JH DESIGNED TO FEY ACROSS-THE-ATlANf IC PROFIT IN WRECKS y.t.m.A. QMj4MM WHAT AN 0HI0AN- -".''W JUST BEING SENSIBLE MA8 TO SAY ABOUT CONDITIJtN IN WESTER.N CANADA. mi , w "i. is & M iBssi1sisKm'''T i"'''" ij" -t":rssrtft-r?ffflrif C EsVaMsWiSmsBi k-v--mmwmamlr 4 V Recalling the Bloody War of the Broken Egg WASHINGTON. The subject of eggs came up at luncheon time In tho Ben ate restaurant. Tho proposition of cfllctcnt economy was under discus sion when Scnntnr Carroll S Pngo made tho startling statement that in tho JfiJZcmD or Mt. ecc -Gmijio MtXAt) E NAP5 MWY MUUOWAlRra invMIKriorty ETC-fiTc. vf". yri -VJ1- A tw M wyiv hJCv v X Tt L that would avert tho smashing of 10 per cent, of tho eggs laid by the American hen. Tho farmer's boy of years ago can recall tho time when eggs sold at from flro to ten cents a dozen, and even under thoso conditions the smashing of an egg was a real calamity. Tho omnipresent egg on tho brea...

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