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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
DUM SXCSIT BUNlUTi rOUIUIl Of JULT, TUANKOUlVINU
A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher.
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BANKSJN FOREIGN LANDS.
Several of the largo banks of New York City are
preparing to establish branches in Uio de Janeiro,
Buenos Ayrcs, Valparaiso, Lima and other South
The German banks restorted to this expedient to
stimulate German trade in South America years
ago, and it is said that it has worked well.
Nobody seems to be thinking at the present tim
of opening new banks in Mexico, and certainly tin.
hanking business in that distressed country is a
risky venture, judged by the operations of Gen.
Huerta with the banks in the Mexican capital.
THE SUGAR TRUST PUT ONE OVER.
The Tariff tinkers in Congress are just finding
out that the Sugar Trust put something over them
in the new free sugar law. When the Tariff is
taken off in WIG tl" Trust expects tii.it the licet
sugar factories will all be out of commission, and
they will then he able to supply all the sugar eon
sumed in this count cy at an ii'h.uii-i1 of a lew 'cuts
a pound, which on 8,000,000.000 pounds consumed
annually by Americans, will make quite a nice little
sum middled from the "peepul" by that damphool
Free-Trade law. Oh, thou mighty Czar Wilson,
that could soft-soap a supposedly intelligent body of
Congressmen! lints off to you, oh, Mighty School
Teacher. Pueblo (Col.) Sunday Opinion.
HITS LOBBYISTS HALEY
Representative Price, of whom every Democrat
in his native county of Clark should be proud, met
defeat in having his resolution expurged from the
House record, but that doesn't prove that Percy
Haley and Sam Sliaekleford arc not notorious lob
byists. Those memb'irs who were so anxious to
have the matter dropped and threatened to insti
tute proceedings, ousting the gentleman from Cov
ington, are not cleansed of the implication and
they have so far dropped the light against Mi'.
Price, and they dare not carry it very far. Percy
Haley has been a menace to the Democratic parly
of the State for years, and with others, who were
looking for their own selfish welfare responsible
for a Republican administration in Kentucky.
The Legislature would tread on exceedingly dan
gerous ground in refusing to submit again the con
stitutional amendment for convict labor on public
Jt would flatly deny the people of Kentucky what
they have voted for.
It would do deliberately what the Secretary of
State has been indignantly condemned for doing
through negligence of duty.
It would lay itself open to charges which would
bring scandal upon itself and the State.
The situation is clear. The voters of Kentucky
have declared for this reform. I f the Legislature of
Kentucky, making good the negligence of the Sec
retary of State, denies them this reform there is go
ing to be a State-wide stench when the question
arises, why this denial? If the people want the re
form and the contractors do not want it, a decided
ly ugly situation would be brought about by the
Legislature doing the will of the contractors in
stead of the people.
A Legislature which has displayed such ebullient
sensitiveness about its honor because somebody
proposed an investigation of its relations to Percy
ll.'.ly and Sam Shackelford would, it seems, hesi
tate long before giving its critics such an opening
as that. Courier-Journal.
Utuh, which had u record production of copper
in 1912, exceeded that year's figures and made a
still higher record last year.
TATTOOING OUT OF FAVOR.
The practice of tattooing is disappearing from
the United States navy. The practice originated
u'tli the uncivilized people of the South Sea is
lands. Twenty years ago blue jackets believed
that they were not full-fledged men of Iho sea
until they had red and blue designs inked into their
sKiu. Their cruises to far eastern port., were partly
responsible for this. In the Orient a great lrnnl or
Oi the male folk arc tattooed on sonic portion of
the bod)', and there are thousands of experts who
arc willing to lend their art for a small price. The
spread eagle is perhaps the most popular design.
Superstition enters largely into the selection of de
sign. For example, a tombstone is supposed to pro
tect a man's loved ones at home.
THE HAPPIEST COUPLE.
Here is a wife and mother for you:
"Have borne ten children," she writes to The
Herald, "and have never given the danger a
thought. Am strong and healthy, have a happy
home and a good husband who thinks the world of
me. "We aren't wealthy and have no desire to bv.
Riches cannot compare with a baby."
They aren't wealthy, did she say?
Why bless her good, kind soul, there isn't a
wealthier couple in all the land. Rockefeller is a
pauper and Morgan a starveling in comparison.
For Rockefeller has only money and Morgan only
money and power, whereas these twain have happi
ness, the most precious value in the world. Ilappi
ncss and love and the inspiring care of children,
who are at once the most interesting, amusing and
uplifting influences n earth.
Jiut isn't it rare and refreshing, tlio, to meet a
person who sincerely doesn't want to be money
rich? Who really doesn't, hunger to be surrounded
by luxuries, weakened by indulgence or warped by
This happy mother of ten, whose good husband
loves her. and in whose home the graces sit en
throned you just know that she's telling the
truth when she says she hasn't any desire for what
the world calls wealth; for, compared with what
she has. gold would seem dross and an excess of
things only bother and embarrassment.
"We can get love and happiuess, too, as easily as
we can get gold when we try with equal diligence.
1'nlike gold, happiness can't be cornered. Louis
Many an humble lover makes a boss husband.
Polks are either self-made or self-mnrred.
Most people's sympathies get no further than the
No man has a clean record just because he is in
One in a while a young man fulls iu love and
lands on his feet.
"When a woman no longer gets any pleasure from
quarreling with her husband it's a pretty sure sign
she is getting tired of him.
It doesn't pay to grow sadder without growing
Many a man has found himself undone from try
ing to do others.
You never strike a man favorably if you hit him
irlt 4i Iia',
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A BRAVE MAN SCARED.
Sum Leilpier ii.'iiuireil a .John A. Loau atnry tho other
1;. !iMi. l.i'k'iin, rejoicing in tho sobriquet of "Black
..'iirk," is, htiiioscil to havo Iiopii tin- most roNolutn tllinoiunn
wl.o fought through tho Civil W:ir.
There .'ire only two tilings I um afraid of," the Oeu-c-al
confided to a friend. "A clerk in a liotol aud :i box
oiliie m.iu at tlie theater. ",' Chicago Kvoniug Post.
Kidney Troufile ?
You'll Soon Forget Yours, After
Trying Wonderful ROOT
How would you llko to font t your Itlil
noy trouble, your bncknchn nwl tli(o
knire-llko pains? Glory I Can you tin
dKliiu what a relief It would lie to know
that you had itt limt cant ofT that butdtn
and could enjoy Ufa n?nin? Think of
KOltiK to lied at night 1'eullnK that you
are tfolnff to nle-p soundly, mitoriilly und
iienrefully till mornlnir, tint you'o not Ko
ine to fill tho neot'iitflty of uoltlim up halt
"WJii-et Tlml ,tlOT .irif'C Surrlf IWs
it d07rn llmea and that when you uwitkn
jiiuru yclii,? to fut'l reitud, nfrwilieU and
Nitly lor nit tho duties of tho day no
l4( KitcHie, no noiem&s, nn pain, rihmi up-pi-tuo,
clear head, full of nitrity. utn and
Will ou lost n lnrdtclno tlml ha ":-
rompllshd all tldM for other kldnej HUf
ferers. Homo of whom had ;tiv'cn up nil
hope of ever rrettliur better; Wilt J on
test wonderful ltOUT Jl'ICK for Jiut tin
daH on a pu-dtlvo Kuaiuntt.i? Will you
lay ANlde all the uncertain thliifri, all thr
Millies that luivo failed to hel.i joil, all
til., tliinsj Miu'vn hem Ui'ilHii: youl
innnt-y on, your pills and jour plasters
and lo unur jijiii. wiuumi maing a
V.iu never naw nnvthlncr work llki-
HOOT JUICE lit all our llf.t. Wi've u
t;r.ind suiprlHi- In Htuio foe jihi und n
Hurmlso that In iiolnc to hrlUK moio Jo
nnd bapplnesa Into your llfo than jou'vo
experienced In many n day. Try HOOT
JI'irR thlH tlmo nnd know what real re
n..r in Han't cet iddn tiurked on suinc-
thlnK else and don't let unbody tell Mu
ulxiiit umnetlilnir limt im irooil. Nothing
made Ih just na uoud and jou'll say mi
juurHrlf when ou've made the tet
All i?ood iliupKliitS sell HOOT JVK'V.
at mitt dollar per largo bottle and thej
i;uarantee It absolutely It linn koI to
ln'iietU and satisfy you or buck t?oes
your money. Instantly tho moment you
ask fni It and not a woid of nraument
That's bow kooiI HOOT .It'K'K K That's
the MlroiiKest pnsstuie pirn r or itH
meilt (let it now and atop epurP
bcr liy J. J. Wood & Son.
mil ' in I ' linn l' i '
By Billy Sunday at FKtaburg. Evauge
list Has Preached 07 Sermons In
Five Wcoka Audionccs Total
. TOBACCO SELLINO IN TUB BARN.
Pittsburg. Tho Billy Sunday evauge
lUts have finished their fifth week in
this oity, and the intorct in tlieir meet
ingi U still on tho increase.
Nothing of a religious nut tiro has
stirred 1'ittblturg liku this before. Kv
ory night tlm iminense tabernaelo i
crowded to the. dooM two houts before
tho tinio to begin tho meeting ami
thousands nro loft on the outside. Men
oven climb up nu tho loof, peer down
tho ventilators and try to lnar the ath
.Sunday ha preached sinysoon
serraoiis to about 000,000 poisons lioie
aud 1:1,001) hae shaken his hand in
the after meetings, signifying their in
tention of leading Christian lites.
' Tho Sunday party is a machine, al
working with precision and none, en
oroaelting on thu other. Outsidu of
Sunday, tlio most important, figure is
Profeshdr Hodeheaver, "lfod.y" as the
erowdjt affectionately call biui. His
duty is to get thu gloat crowds into
tho proper spirit of listening to Sun
day, "Body's" great voice carries well
through the tabernacle, and with the
assistance of a choir of more than I,
000 at each meeting, lit) works up a
spirit of enthusiasm aud emotion that
mnkefl it easy for Hilly Sunday to im
press his personality aud Ins message
upon his hearers.
Women Hnvo Big Influonce.
Mrs. Sunday is not far behind her
husband in ber exhortations, aud
wields a great influence tipou tho worn
en of the meotings. Mho also ml
drwses meetings in tho differout
kchnrches on Sundays, and speaks ovory
morning during the week :it prayer
Every time the clock ticks, a New Name is added to Sunny
Brook's list of Life Member it gains friends every day, tmlkeeps
them all. Sunny Brook Ir, a safe, sane satisfying stimulant its
exquisite flavor, soft mellowness and high tonic properties have
made it the most popular beverage everywhere, North, South,
East and West.
Sunny Brook keeps the nerves right, the grip tight, and the
heart light. Every bottle is scaled with the Green Government
Stamp, which shows that Jt is genuine, straight, natural whiskey, nnd
V. S. Government Standard- 100f proof. Furthermore, when you
buy Sunny Brook The Pure Food Whiskey you have the guar
anlee'ot the Largeit Diitillen of Fine, Old WhUkey in the World,
that It Is scientifically distilled and carefully aged In the good.
Old, Honest Sunny lirook way.
SUNNY BROOK Is now bottled with our own indented
"7Wjfr"ntonDr!i. On twiit un-cark arrcatk tha bntlln
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tignt. no Ned for Cork 3cxwi.
IT For Solo By Mj. DONOVAN
.lames i'eagan of Hracken bought the
following crops of tobacco iu Itobort
son the past week: Of Amos Wood
ward, at $lJ.:S per bundled; of N. H
Vndeisou. at $11; of lhner.v Herry, at
li, of .lohu (Jarrison, nt $12; of Jos.
Drvden at ill. Sir. Foagan alio
bought the crops of W. II. Herry and
V D. Hiatton.-Mt. Olivet Tribune-Deninernt
February 18, 1914,
AT 1 O'CLOCK.
1 pair mules, fi year-old. '
1 nil purpose, horso.
1 brown mare.
'J years old, all purport'.
1 I year-old lady-broko borne.
1 H.ildwin chilled plow, good as new.
1 hill side plow, good us iierr.
I 2-hnrso cultivator.
l.'O bushels yellow corn.
1 runabout and harness.
Terms of salo 12 months tlmo with
out interest. After 12 months, 11 per
rent, interest, with a good bankable
Pioperty i on Thomas P. Hujjliei'
place near Maysvtlle.
Auctioneer, Ifensley Hawking,
DAYS OF DIZZINESS
A man may forgot to kiss his wife
for four months, but ho always gots
very atrcctlonafo tho nights ho comes
homo full of llmborger, onions and
IV. A. Wood & Bro.
Market Strtiet, MHYSVIU.E, KV.
All Kinds of FftikUtali. Ch paid fo
tnltobsrt stock, buss and tallow,
Dr. P. G. SMOOT
Second Floor Maiouto Temple,
Third and Markstdtreats,
0peotal Attention to Diseases or the
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat.
nnidtntt, me. TfUnSSt Tttiphonti
otic si, mUlent J. Offtc hour; Jfl to te
?. in.; to 4 p. m Ttoap. m. Sunday
Eloctrie and Alcohol
Trays, Gillott Shav
ing Sots, Cauea, etn.
Fine lineof Diamond
Rings from $10 up.
CHAS. W. TRAXEL & CO.
And Residence For Sale.
We have a splendid business store
loom, and rtsldonce, on East Second
treat for Ml. Will sell the property
and mora the stock of goods, or wHl
make tt an object for tho buyer of the
property to take ovor the bustnos.
This fa one of tb best business loca
tions on Hast Becond street, with an old
and establUhed business. The bustaoas
ts making money, but owner wants to
sell for personal reason. We mean to
sell this very de&lrabia proporty, and
If you want to take hold of a money
maker havo It In thla place, Just
vrhat you tt looking for. Soo us at oaee
for particulars, as to price, time of
possession, and terms.
Saturday, February 7tb, Will Be
ANOTHER SALE DAY!
The special reductions of last Saturday will bi sold at the
same figures, as many people could not come on a:aount of the
Ten Great Specials
Special No. 1 Ladies' SI Kiraonns 60c,
Special No 2 Ladies' $2 Kimonas 93c; see them.
Speoial No, 3 Ladies' Colored Petticoats 49c.
Special No. 4 IGo Ourtain Hcrim 10c; just in.
Special No. C Ladies' $1.50 Sample Waist 49c
Bpcoial No. G New Orepe Waist just in 98c.
Special No7 Jl Muslin and Outing Gowns 49c.
Special No. 8 New Spring Dress Goods 25c; all colors,
Special No. 9 Ladioj' Long Goat $G value. $3.98.
8Dficial No 10 All SI 50 Blanket and Oomlorts 98c.
NEW YORK STORE ' "
I William tell flour
Isu't chnnco whon you uao William Tall
Floor. Nicer whiter bread or we pay your
money hack Plenae try n harrel.
. - AGENTS.
E I. C EVERETT & CO., -
Modern Plumbing, Steam
and Hot Water Heating !
High quality of Gas Work a SpeolaUy,
HandltfOnly the BoBt ot material. Dealer
in Brasa Valves and Fittings, flas Store"
and Bangea, All Biiea of Sewer Pipe.
I?st Hflconfl flt., MATRTIT.IK.X
We Lead the Market
t'For High Prices!
We aold 3A,000 pounds Tuesday, January 20tb, at aa
average of $13.25 per hundred. Some averages on cropi sold
by us tho past week:
Jaraei Dwyer, Mason county, 3,700 His at $iT.90.
Henry Holton, Pendleton oounty, 2,370 lbs at $17.12.
Flarity & O'Neal, Mason county, 11,355 IDs at $16.86.
Finch & Peilor, Mason oounty, 11,000 lbs at $15,95.
Boulden & Meyers, Mason county, 9,030 W)s at $H 84.
G. R. Bradford, Brown county, O., 1.310 Bis at $14.00.
Hull fc Llornback, Lewis county, 3,815 llis at $13.50.
Case fc McDaniels, Robertson county, 3,540 lbs at $18.50.
We can get you tb highost price. Give us a trial.
FARMERS and PLANTERS
WAREHOUSE COMPANY, Inc.
Coma to Hundreds of ftiflpavllla People,
Tlntfs arc days f tlExincai;
Spalls ( liesdntlis, luujuor, busl'hs;
Souiulimcs rlicMitnatirt pnlnii;
Often urinary disorder.
Doau's Kidney ?111m ate cjpecially
fnr kldnuy Ills.
Hndorsed in Maysvlllo hy grateful
frinnds and neighbors.
Itrs. Dora ilefford, Muysvills, Ky.,
saya: "I Lad uon fcoltng poorly for
soma time, before I kasvr tbat my
kidneys were at fault. I was iitrrous
and dizzy aud my back and buad aohsd,
E rested poorly and mornings I was
all tlrod out. I road in a local paper
how u neighbor lmd beau cured of kid
ney trouble by Doan's Kidney PHlf. I
U5ed tbem and buforu Iodj; I wus en
tirely better. 1 was able to alsup
well and they improved my health."
For sal by all dealers. Price SO
oents. Fujtsr-illlburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, solo agents for tha United
Remember tliq uame Doan's and
take no other.
, .: .:. , .I!ac
Transfer and uencral HauliDg. We
make a specialty of I ante contracts.
(IjlVce and harn 18Q Ifyn Second
street. Phouea lib and 22. -
i Forced SALE
Of the Great
Of the Venor Shoe Co., Rochester, N, Y.
The unseasonable weather forces us to take
heroic measures to unload the balance of this
high-grade stock in order to make room for our
spring stock. We have marked down these
beautiful Shoes to prices that you simply cannot
resist. We must unload. We are determined
to clear our shelves of all remaining winter foot
wear without delay. Be here tomorrow, Satur
day, without fail.
Shoes and Rubbers
AT BARGAIN PRICES.