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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 26 January 1914

i $ M TvrrnT T'rt ftt'i'-M T TlYrkn tti ! SELECT Your DINNERl d aaM B OMiSMHIi MVaHH a S SaaaaaVJlllllin lllllllHiiaaLSlllllllllllllBiaaaaaaaMbtiav wn aar -Mv mmbm " RV illB w ilim HHC .. .. n i ,, , .-I irij-i -ijiij -ni-inrTTrrviri'ii " " -. - - -,-. -,--,-- i -i tt--- -i--i - - i r--i- ---- - .---- - ... . . . -. - - - - -- .-------. ------- --..-.J- - , - - r.r. n ii-rnf """ fm Hi "nWrt,Qm!FJE?EL MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1014 ONE COPY-ONE CENT. E FiTNGFR RRO . . T,1 . I . Hf VA7x,ri(7jx.2oxD(7fiMn ' ' ' p juj i 1 1 v tt l v jljivvo) Leading Retailers I re m B Vr --r-rrTT, .i. 1 i ' HHHBHHBHtfHB i ? IPikSl Shiplap Siding I BBs Sho Answored Vcs. li$l&B&Hfwm2lMm mmmmM Sho Answored Vcs. ,llo took lior liaiiil: "Oli! pray, lie , miuot" "Not much," Mnfil Hen. "May I," ho meekly asked, "ho thlnot" She answered, "Yost" Philadelphia Press. GROWERS WAREHOUSE PASSES MILLION POUND MARK. This popular warehouse is meeting with merited success. Mr. L. T. Qaebko tho pres...

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 January 1914

?!f aj-" msrw W & fV .. iTJi. n ' '" III mi i pili mqmm W" I'; 4 - B?. T.i . E "4 Rftft. v K' -s , r wr TUir , i? Wi- .. IfV. pi fB'E P0BUC LEDGER n.T axcirr iuxdxY. todbtb or jult, timwsaiYiHo TC "Agn MAItTIN nv AmrmvrTwmri. l. P. CURRftN, Editor and Publisher. Loot! tad Long Un At) I orrtoc ruBLio ledum buiudins, M1T1V1LLI. RT. avtiavKirnoNa-UY mail um Vtwu f KlX MittUllu .- - ao Three Hsfe'th - "- " ' DS11VHRKU BY 0 A Mil KB, Vnr JtonCfc-.- - ..... OuU ramble to Collector at end of Month, IX SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Vi iji nf r iT..,.i -' And now France is afflicted with the disease known in this country ns "Tho Nov Freedom." Tresidcnt AVilson is reported to he urging a law to put small business on equality with big business. What a practical business head he hits, to be sure! If all tho dagtax laws that have been introduced by the new legislators at Frankfort arc passed, a bob-tailed mongrel will become as expensive a lux ury as a six-cylinder touring car. Carlisle Mer...

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 January 1914

,rw jvf ..,:. r ia& .' V wii t nrfWHi-f h'h i i ' i i y - r A -J ' Ml i . 5s. i 5 y- ft t I -Mil r.r rliniiwWwni'iwW" ""I'TH" ft 'Boost when you cnn, nnd when you can't, Qloso down your own talk-making plant. For, though it sounds quoor, I'll ndmtt; No knockor ovor mndo u hit Bo sure to road Hunts' nd. for splen did value in muslin undorweur. Former Senator Shelby M. Cullom, of Illinois, who is ill in Washington, wns grcitly Improxed yostcrday. REVENUE CUTTERS TOR THE OHIO RIVER. Washington. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Djron T. Newton, who is strongly advocating nu appropriation for one or moro roveuuu cutters to ply the Ohio, arid to use in enforcing the innrluo laws, as well as in reliof work during periods of high water, says ho is much encouraged ns a result of tlio frlendiv disposition toward tho appro priation shown by members of Congress. Scerotury Newton insists thnt ho will continue, to push this item in tho ap propriation bill as long ns there is a chance' to 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. — 26 January 1914

l' r t 'Mr '-,. "r -( v, ,. r '-fit,' - ,T H E PUBLIC LEDGER i A . . , . V '. W 6 V n 5V j. Kfr. wr i-. - Ky tr -. 't;. I1 l t -,' .r; tt.i kV ADMIRAL FLETCHER THE SCIENTIFIC ' SAILOR OF UNCLE SAM'S BIG NAVY Noted Naval Officer Has Invented Some of the Most Valuable - ' Mechanical Contrivances In Use in the Service He Is ' Also Exceedingly Well Read in International Law Was Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 1855. t Washington. Friday Fletcher ev erybody In the navy calls him. Ho got his nickname In a rather odd way. It bo chanced that the ofllcor xvho now commands the American na val forces In Moxlcan wnters was horn on the sixth day of tho week In tho Admiral Frank Friday Fletcher. town of Oskaloosa, la. The exact date was November 23, 1855. His fath er on this account used to call him "my llttlo man Friday." When he waB a llttlo chap of seven his father died. At fourteen ho was appointed to Annapolis, and in due course was escorted thither by an older brother, who when called upon to pu...

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. — 26 January 1914

Pro fmmq'wm ,"srwf "rki 1.1. - .1 s $ '. , H t. t , I tt . i m "i MKKAR IMT Mr. "William A. Radford will nnawor questions and kIvo ndvlco KltEU OP COST on all subjects pertaining to the ubjoct of bulldlnp, for tlio readers of this jiaper. On account of his wldo experience aa Kdltor, Author nnd Manufacturer, ho Is, without doubt, the highest authoilty on all thoso subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Radford, No. ITS West Jackson boulevard. Chicago, 111., and only enclose tWo-ccnt stomp for reply. The study of stairways and the proper placing of thorn in dwelling Jioubcs ia responsible for morn suicides among architects than auy other fea ture of the business. Ever Blnco two story houses were first built stairs havo occupied promi nent positions, usually In front In full view of tho Btreet door where floor space Is moro valuable than In any other' part of tho house. Tho front atnlr not only takes up valuable Bpaco on both floors but It often spoils th,o living room or parlor...

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. — 26 January 1914

fiV L.. . - Wednesday January 28 B Wt! will have with us a ipeIl artia tin representative ol one of the largest xelvuive tailoring houaei of tbli nountrv whoa we will show all that's v nwncl nobbv in the way ol spriDR .- fabrics to make Spring Suits and Owcoati at most reasonable prices 920 to S40 Would be pleased to have you eome in and see the new models and lsarn rill about good clothing of merit. It will pay you just to look, Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER WEATHER REPORT RAIN THIS MORNING; TAIR AND COLDER. SUNDAY JUDGE RICE AT GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION. County Judge nico wn among the numbar who attended the liousowarm ing of the Governor's now mansion nt Frankfort, instead of being in Cincin nati, ns renQrtod in Tueesduy's Ledger ile says it is a hnndsome and imposing building nnil does credit to the Com monwealth of Kentucky. Tli0 assem blage was composed of the beauty and chivalry of tho State. EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL WEDNESDAY EVENING. , Tho Kp...

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 January 1914

W ' $THf ss? wiiw; M? hj 1. v ! S?S5!S5S!j!3ffiB!f23 Hill 1 r tsfl?" 4 V I j -i - -i .- -.-I 1 1 1- - ' ' ILIXWW. ! 1 .,, .,r,n n-ni i ,-, - -- - - 1 V ' VBXKZ'T BRPVBLTVAff-mi WXJr .rvauq z.BD9KJt-m f M Though things arc going bail with you, Eanta-MBSs: -4 M 'Tin ifiinin. (Minor un. old follow: Ami, though you're tempted to fori bluo Dou't li:io a streak of yellow. Lul:o McLuke. Major Thomas J. Chonowoth contin ues until))" to le.iVti his rooms but his icalth Is fnrllv good and ho will bo pleased to sou Ills friends. We havo a carload of No. 1 corn nt thoWormnlil coal elevntois on Lime- hI ono street. punbar & iiuaiina pitoDuen Phono 1 tf. CO. MEETING OP THE WOMAN'S GUILD. Tho Woman's Guild of the, Episcopal Church will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the parish room. MISS YANCEY OUT AGAIN. County School .Superintendent Miss Jessie. O. Yancey, is onco mofo able to bo nt lieV office. Sho is now arranging n good meeting of the CouiTty Board of Education on Moudnv. Pobruary U....

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 January 1914

fr, $V ; KBV ' hi &- -:: - iwv; &:. & : v' pt r Wi. 'fcr a2 - l. V7 1 1-J t-'L . ' ' -T , , ' ' ' f .'!'' - - - Y - - "-I "r T7r1 '"'1 ' " y " "" .' """' WWf JM III. ... .1 ,, ..i. ii ,11, ,n .,, , , . ,, . .,. . ' .. ' ' . '' 1 V . frlTPtfl&lIC LEBGET? DAILT IX01M BBHDiT, OOITII Of JOLT, TIUNK.UIVINU AND ClinUTIlAI. MMMfWWfh OUR GRAMMAR, tf. F. CUltRAN, Editor and Publisher. t.O0l And Lock JltUuoo Telephone No. 40. orrioK rDni.io t.Knutn euiluinb, MATIVILI.il. KT. avnsuuirnoNs-uy mail, Una Ywr - " NIk Moatlii. ,.... .- ' B0 Three Month DSIIVSRRD BY VAKMKR, IVr Mouth........... r. (' aialU to ClolUctor at tnit ot ildnlh. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. On January 3 there wore 188,30 idle railroad cars 171,702 more than a year ago. The present nymher of rdlc ears isalinost unprecedented. In tho last year more than one hundred com panies havo hcen formed to engage in tho hreeding oC fur hearing animals in the maritime provinces of Canada. At a recent meeting of the ...

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 January 1914

1 &ff -.-jff m " "" ' ,. r- i. s rfT QT W J 1 1 T 1 ..' ft A lot of work, a llttlo fmij A llttlo poacu, n lot of cnro; A lot of wants, n llttlo done, And then a llttlo mound somowhoro. DESERTER ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS SELF. Ilondorson, Ky., January 23. Samuel Grant, aged 23, who win sought ns on nljogi'd deserter from tho II. 8. army, accidentally shot mid killed himself whllo hunting today. THINGS WORTH KNOWINO. Tho ;ir debt of the tuition of tho onrth exceeds $10,000,000,000. It never can or will be paid. The United States la now spending In tlmo of peace more than $800,000 a day on the army and navy. Wo spend more thnu $10,000 n day on sinokolcu powder alone. ' ' A battleship posts more than 10,000 homes. RUN-DOWN PEOPLE Let Vlnol Mako You Strong. Run-down conditions nro caused by overwork, worry, too close confinement, a chronic cough or cold which It is difficult to cure. We want to say to every person In this condition you need Vinol, our de licious cod liver and Iron tonic wi...

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 January 1914

rapper p ' iPgg -' -v . .wy r. r-f r. W ft- m - K, n n v'fl tf .ffi t 3 ' i ' E fh, Wk$ 5' fa I' . ' .W" l'v .. kJv US" .. - . luigc.v Wednesday January 28 We will have nitb ua a apcolat artis tic representative 01 oue 01 tue largeai exclusive tailoring bouses ol this . country when we will ihow all that's now and nobby in the way ol npring fabrics to make Spring Suits and Overcoats at moat reasonable prices 520 to S40 - , Would be pleased to have you come in and eeo the new models and learn all about good clothing of merit. It . will pay yon just to look, Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvilte's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICi LEDGER WEATHER REPORT EAST LIVERPOOL STAYS WET. East Liverpool, Ohio., January 21. Wot interests won the election held here today under the Bcal law and the city will retain its saloons. MBS. ROBERTS WILL FIGHT SUIT. Lexington. Mrs. Anna Trout .Roberts said that she will resist tho suit filed ,in tho Federal court at Frankfort by Harwell, Cannon & McCarty, newspap...

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 January 1914

m"3rw "HJ: 3p -f :&! "W ft- . sA ft' rM r . SL VS VM" rMj?t?"THTiwTiltnifM''g,aiW iV" tV c g SELEC T Your DINNER 3 FROM THIS VARIETY $&,. PUBLIC $ Asparagus Tips, String Btam, Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Kraut, Spinach, Beets, A fine linn n( Fresh Vegetables at nil t,lmog. . i it J " A 9 VAIL rrVBLW MSDOBB-ltM. & Methuselah lived 000 years; Soma think Hint going strong. The times were dull tlion, It appears; It may hne seemeil that long- Tlio Dover Ituttott factory resumes oj orations next Monday. Miss Kflle .lai'kson was cnllod to Cin cinnati lytho Illness of her sister, Mrs. Gooipo Juller. Dr. A. O. Browning is physically un able to "do any practice and is in quite n helpless condftlon. lip will be glnd for nnv of his friends to call and seo liim. Get your reserved sent tickets for Judgo Aldon's lecture "Wednesday morn ing nnd avoid the. rush. Lecture begins at S:00 p. in., Friday, January .10, in llllh School Auditniiuin. Wyandotte Tribe Red Men lias just had life size pict...

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 January 1914

rH- K JiC tev- BK tv ?"!'. Ift. :X W' 'j.. :-r .If- KM rr 4 tf' v ,1 , ; f " ! "r ? r t -?L'r vi; V fcrr ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER ' - T . IU1LT 1I0IM 10HD1T, rOURTB Or JOLT, tHAKKSBlTINO AND onmiTMAS. ; ,A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. LoelndL.onir kin A( orriCK cdbmo lkdoir builuinu, 9 .w. '"oittnoe Tlepbon -V MAT1VILL1. KT. auitsvHiriioss-B y mail. Obi TfMW..n. ........ . u nix Hokibi r...... I oo Three Mnlli ....................-.. ' USLIYHHSD UY OAHRlSn, rr Montis... .-.... . '" 7Viyo6t (o Oolttctorat tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. THE GAME'S THE THING. President Baker of thu Philadelphia club says baseball teams should have press agents. AVell, what does he call the star j.layer.s who pitch or bat with one hand while writing the story of the game with the other? If baseball is ever done to death the press agents will do it. What baseball needs is not more press agents, but more ball players. PEANUT POLITICS TO BLAME. Delinquency of duty in State officials has b...

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 January 1914

to. ..V ' j- "rf ' i No doubt hor drrst, cut ery low, Would scorn to bo just built for show. "Our modesty, sho would not 9hock It, So rouud hor neck sho wears n lockot. In order to further encourage tho big tobacco mnuufneturors who aro Mg buyers on tho Lexington tobneco mar ket, Fuyctto capitalists havo bought giound on Hiniiig street, in Lexington, on which will be built another largo storage uaiehoime, nud re-drying jilnnt. Tho plans for tho improvement include the expenditure of more than $50,000, Mini when tho plant 1b complet ed will give employment to a number of" men. It Is said that tho building will be used exclusively by tho Ameri can Tobacco Company. What Cures Eczema? We have hru! so many Inquiries lately regaining Kczcmn ami other hKIii dis tunes. Hint we are Rind to make our answer public. Altec cuieful lnvestlea tlon we have found thut ft simple wash of Oil of Wlntergreen, as compounded In D. V. D. l'resorlptlon, cun be relied upon. Wo would not make this state merit...

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 January 1914

m t '! ' 1 ": ." ntt- '!irtf',A f.-sSl-1 'V ' r 4 ., ? m '.;' J -v w XhHhl tsas I Si aaB i Wednesday January 28 We will havo with us a special nrtiB- vtic ronrosentative of one ol the largest WVexclualva tailoring bouses ol this X?country whon we will aliow all that's Jnew and nobby in the way off Hpring , aurica to maue spring mm mm 1 Overcoata at most reasonable prices 520 to $40 Would be pleased to havo you coma in and tee the new models ami learn all about good clothing ol merit. It will pay you just to look, Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. . 1IIT PUBLICptLEDQER WEATHER REPORT FAIR TODAY; WEDNESDAY UN SETTLED AND COLDER. COSTLY WORK BY DOOS. (Dtuivillo Advocate.) A few nights ago dogs killed twenty one fine sheep for Mr. LeKoy lionta, who resides on tho Harrods burg pike. Npt satisfied with such great destruc tion tho worthless curs killed and part ly devoured a fine yearling heifer. And yet somo people kick against tho dog tav. PETTING AFTER LOBBYISTS HA...

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. — 29 January 1914

- ,Jk'J'r- .' 4kiSSssu. a SELECT Your DINNER FROM THIS VARIETY Asparagus Tips, String Dni, Peas, Oorn, Tomatoes, Kraut, Spinach, Beets, A fine line of Fresh Veeetahles at all times. LEDGER JssaaaaaaaaaaaaLsaaaaaaaaaaaaaK.A'"riJi wMifls, V ilHii UnPHTm ii it t-V :-- - ,nini m, nrnnr irrm rvi T" - - ..-..-. vmt HsHr' mmmi'j -nj1JL'-"-""fL'"u" - Hf ffXEjri'r RitPvnt.TOAS'-mi saaaasm et ix v j UBLia j.KDOKS-tan Bi i ill Wh4sf fmmm ) Lsh Ka Blbblc. fiyS?ff JffWP Ish Ka Biblilc. Through boundless sp.ieo whirls on ami on; Within nit hour w puss a miles. But such small things our minds dwell not ujioii, Though nuiL'h they pore upon tho I.U est styles. Tho water woiks system nt Carlislo Is now said to bo a certainty, as tho city council has let a contract to Arthur Marshall Morgan, nThleago engineer, for engineering nud superintending tho work of instnlliug tho system, nccording to plans Ami specifications submlttou" by him. The estimnto turnlslied by Mr. Morgan is .tUS.OOO and work" will be...

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. — 29 January 1914

BVj 3911311 F-'J -TrfwV .& lbtf ?! - v 1 1 .i-1-; aw T. ck: irsasa&y: '"f '' S ?.- A SJ At - fc - fc ft W" IlAlLT KdBPT iUNDAT, rotmtn or JULT, tBAHIClIVIXU AMD CHMTiB. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. flUootlftnd Loiik .'JliUno Telephone No. 40. ornci ruBLio leduiix bcildino, XATIVILM. KT. auusviiir'iioxs-BY mail. ..Ml,.... OU4) YMftMII -.(.. ... rtflX Jfontl- ........ TlirM HouXU - -... 71 DJCLIYKJIBD BY VAURISS, Per Sfonth......... .j.. 1K JnU Pujabltto Collector at tnd of lionth. 'WbRKINavO(UT THEIR OWN DAMNATION. The Dcmocruts propose ti penalizing investiga tion of the businesses of all manufocturora guilty of reducing wages or otherwise showing signs of distress ns a result of reduced duties. Even this method of knocking a man down and kicking him because ho is down might bo extenuated if the duties wore restored on becoming convinced that he was not shamming. San Francisco Chronicle. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. "NOT H. 0. L., BUT H. 0. G. Not so much said n...

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. — 29 January 1914

"TT? i' r" R.J si- nii.i V?-l .- i i OIF7S.T 1 '7 . T r .i V t . h '-v.. i l h x n '. J I lea r- EX ' K ' - IK H I- ME--- r-mMW 1 - -:m? fik72i. . . i ' TCfKffTWArcvr ' i. 2 r-&. vja'3 US5S! ! , riwiTV'iiwwwwiiwiiiiMinniiwiiiiiiiiifW(rt'ttaf StAnd Back, Men; Givo Him Air! Old January's almost through, And February's on tho way; Wo hopo It will bring joy to you, Anil If March doesn't, April May. Luko McLuko. One of tho latest triumphs of modern Bcionco is tho dried egg. In fact, you can't bent it. GREAT MODERN COLLEGE To Bo Erocted By Aniorican biothodiat Church in Rome. Hume. Rev. Bertram! M. Tipplo, pas tor of thi American Mothodist Church iu Home, has purchased about six acres at tho southern end of tho historic hill of Monto Mario, one of tho most beau tiful locations near Homo. Ho announces t,bit;JiQ4tcud8 to erect n great modern cYdlego, tho tenchings of which will cm body tho highest intellectual patriotic, moral and physical ideals. WAVE NO TEMPORARY LULL CAN AT-p- FECT A...

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. — 29 January 1914

:Hisswra3 E2EE EKIV' e M,' i " T- t .. H w w- Pf. m Stiff- K ?-v- I f .... ' tor & :.. ''J - rmTWTT "" Wednesday January 28 We will have with us a special artis tio representative ot ono ol the largest exclusive tailoring housos ot this country when wo will show all that's now and nobby in the way ol spring fabrics to make Spring Suits and Overcoats at most reasonable prices $20 to $40 Would be pleased to huve you como in and see the new models and learn "all about good clothing ol merit. It will pay you just to look, Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. PRESIDENT OPPOSES TKEE TOLL. Washington, January 27. That Pros Mont Wilson is opposed to tho exemp tion of American eoastulso nlilps from Panama Canal tolls was flatly assert oil at tho capitol today. QOETHALS NAMED CANAL aOVERNOR. Washington. President Wilson sign ed an executive order putting into op eration on April 1, a permanent gov ernment for the Panama Canal Zoue, and naming George W. Gocthals as first...

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. — 30 January 1914

HHHHr SELECT Your DINNER PUBLIC LEDGER FROM THIS VARIETY Asparagus Tips, String Biant, I'eai, Oorn, Tomatoes, Kraut, Spinach. Beets, A Ann linn l E.n.l. fnnni.l.l. .1 -It lt.. . ijuq Him ui firou vprmiiigg at nil union, j DINGER BROS., MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1014. The Leading Retailers ONE COPY ONE CENT. Hti " BR , - 1A1LY I-OHLW LKVQEE-m. M -t ' v ; f- V ti I re C '$w Observe yon maul He's far from gay, It seems his wife has gouo away. Yon otlicr man is bowed with woe. It seems his wife declines to go. Wo dodgo the moral, ns it were. Pick out the moinl you prefer. -Judgc. Mr. Thomas H. Curran has returned to Maysvillo after n week's visit with Cincinnati relatives. BASEBALL MEETING Tonight at The Council Chamber. Fi nance Committoe Reports Oroat Success. Thcro will be a base ball meeting to night at 7:.10, at tho Coiineii Chamber to close Ui tho subscription matter and perfect tho organization. Tho committee securing subscriptions has met witli great success nnd t...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 January 1914

&w "J re ft. S? '.'! . ,.h : v . i muni mi m U( li- h 'A ., v to.- Br SV' 1' Kkt-r .'s. u w - ''.' d' -T 'T THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAILY-IXOirr ItJMHT, rOOBTIt or JULT, TIUNIWIIVINO AMI CIIIUHTMAt. X. P. CURRAN, t?oUnd Long Nn 40k I OtiUoo Telephone ,,u I - Editor aad Publisher. (irrioit-ruiaio lkdqiii buildino, MATSVIM.K. KT. SlWSUUlMlOXX-UY JtAlL. Oun er - " Mix MonlU.. ....... " ......aJW MAnfltl h UtiUVSHKD BY OAH1UJCH, ler Month ..,..-....... - "" Payable to Colltetor atintl or Jiotww. ,93 00 , i no . 78 "LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. HE KEPT THE JOB. One of. the bosses at Huldwin's Locomotive Works had to lay off an argumentative Irishman jiamed Pat, so he saved discussion by pulling the discharge ' in writing. The next day Put was nTissing, but a week later the boss was passing through the shop and he saw him again at his lathe. UohiR uj to the Irishman, he demanded iiercely : "Didu'l you get my letter?" "Yis, sur, Oi did," said Pat. "Did you read it?" "Sure, sur, Oi read ...

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