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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 30 January 1914

rffTtr' vf fvy$i wmrn vr-j ,-. Ai X "J; A f i i I' f jt- . I i.i.iUiJ. mli ii.lM.'y fcVMJtfrfMWV i Sotno pcoplo will asscmblo In the lodgo hulls niul churches, turn on tho inspirator nud All thomsolves full of brotherly lovo and affection, but how like tho "old nick" thoy sometimes act when disconnected. 'Stung, COL. Our Daily Special. All Like To See Tho Stinger Got BOONE AItItE3TED UNDER "BLUE SKY" LAV. Colonel Albert 12. ninny vo.irs lat been Hoono, who for nomoting street enr una iiiterurlmn linos, most or which iieer miiterliilicd, wm arrested last Wook in X;inesill(, following a secret Indictment returned against him Jan- 'uary 14 by tho gr.uid jury of linking- doui County. Honno's indletmont and 'arrest uas'tlio result of investigations inndo by tho "blue sky" bureau of tho state banking department. Colonel Itoono li.is boen o)orating around Z.mca illo for some time and he promoted two companies, known as tho Pittsburg Big Nino Ohio County Seats Trndo Promoting Company and th...

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. — 30 January 1914

'' 3!f : - Vj v. . T vfV.it u,- t3& jx k Jl r A f FVs y -' r." i J i IV fi- r. W' $3,000 Waitffl At Once By Maysville's Foremost Clothier And we put on sale this week a few 1914 Over coats, worth $10, for SS.OO See West window, are going some. We Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBUCfigiLEDGEll Tlic women say a widower is liko baby In the respect that tbo second sum mer Is the hardest for him. If ho gets tluough tho second summer in safety ho thereafter is very diflivult to en trap. PRETTY LITTLE DOLLY, NO MORE. It's tho common fate of all house hold pots. "Dolly," tho prettiest and most lov ing and loved littlo "Toy poodle" ono over saw, and a valued household pet of tho editor of Tho Public Ledger, was attacked by rabies and her condition becamOjSO bad last night that Dr. It. P. Moody was called in and ho decided that Dolly must bo chloroformed to prevent her possibly, from biting any one. This was done last night by Dr. Moody and Dolly went out on tho ...

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. — 31 January 1914

k q3Ki'sRlW9'K vwi arvw?5TTBi a Wim3i Vwawfr., iii('miMjw ww?a fK- v. . - SELECT Your DINNER PUBLIC LEDGER FROM THIS VARIETY m Asparagus Tips, fltring Oaans, Corn, Tomatoes, Kraut, Spinach, Bests, A flne linn of Fresh Vegptahjeg at nil times. ONE 0qPYOtyG0EHT. B DINGER BROS., Le, A.. rsxxzr BKPVBLTOAif-mr MAYSVILL1!, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. t . "aaiIHVfew!zz SsJJrJS '. -) $Lf Reciprocity. If woman with hor wiokoil wilc9 Secures the vote she cannot lacb, We men must urge a change in styles To make her do w up the back. Judge. 0, Calvert Early went over to Brooks vlllo yesterday to" attend a social dance. Tho Hoard of Education met last ovening In regular session. Tho reg ular order of bunlneM was disposed of as hurriedly as possible In order to glvo tho Board "a chance to hear Judge Al den's great lecture. Nothing o special interest took placo. Tho reports show ed tho schools to bo lu splendid con dition. Superintendent Caplingor is much encouraged at tho progress being...

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. — 31 January 1914

OHHMHIffiSmHUHHHHUHHiMHHH !?"j?j , ,rrr- T" 7Ttt-t : 777 - . - -. T,,,, rJ -, 7T ,' V ?':,; - -"it ; T , ,w , - , ' ,:;';, iT r ' f"""-t-w jisrrsr "v -7r- - i - ' --- i-t iki.'M.imT j 'j- ( PnmnMllhM VTAArhflllH. .? j?nNr Mn-rnt Mttnhnl nt Mnn Vnrlr tana H.t ww, uw H, Vll . ...... -r. -v. rv !..! .. ..!.. ...1.. t... nnnilM. .,-4 fit Br- immt jnmYwmow otpjtoajhdrews w ivm M AiMlUhAawr CHAPTER I. The Prophecy. Hnlf a dozen high, llttlo French volcos floated shrilly out Into tho gnr don, on a Bunehlny morning of 1820 from tho great entry of an old farm houno In tho valley under tho Jura mountains. Tho grandmother, sitting white-capped in tho center of tho hub- bub, heard ono more willingly than tho ' ' others, for not only was Francois her r best loved, but also tho story ho asked for was tho story she liked to tell. Smiling, tho grandmother began: "You must know, my children, that It was on a day In tho month of May, In tho year 1813, that ho came. You, Luqle, and you, Pierre, and Ma...

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. — 31 January 1914

IS 'WV- .n MK.-r-wyKrf ' nrwr W' ' ' F)'T.- IK' f"JT: IVW17 - rra jnmT'W. Vt,' '"'-'ej,. 41 I ' V; vftP -V ' , - . Of! " ,'f J TH.E -PUBLIC LEDGER ,. a f ft V I The Daughter y if SYNOPSIS. aior,V. Kerr, a motherles Rlrl, who tins pttit most of her life In school, arrives nt her father's home In Ilclmont. D.ivlil Kerr In the political boss of tho town, and Is anxious to prevent his daughter leurnlnir of his real character. Kendall, rupoBcntlnff the Chicago packers. Is ne gotiating with JmlRe Gilbert, Kerr's chief adviser, for n vulunbla franchise. They fear tho opposition of Joo Wright, editor of tho reform paper. Kerr usks the as sistance of JutlRo Gilbert In Introducing Gloria to nelmont society, and promises to help him put through tho packers' franchise nnd let him have nil the graft. Gloria meets Joo Wright at tho OIlbertH. It appears they are on Intlmato terms, having met previously In a touring party In Kurope. The Gilberts invite Gloria to stay with them pending tho refurnish...

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. — 31 January 1914

m. yj i ?v V": v kf" KN 1 WJx WS: mr. ' I-?' "-V . ' . .iA.,v..AC! ' I'lr....'..-.! .. ! -..j .-....-. i. ii ii ttaMiMw ".--- - . . ew w jr.: & '', tj,.,rfl I .4, ..&ftj '-r- Vi"'.r . .ii, a.ii.-t-n i i iimi ' "-' - "" wwnmMN-1 ' PiwiWfiuiiin'"" TT , , , ta '.--ac ' T "kiii TfftE PUBLIC LflbGTjg uiiLt xort sijwiut, jroBta or jolt, tkaskuhvikb AMD OUUIBTXA. At P: GURRAN, Editor and ftubltsher. T '" I - ' ' " " No. 40. tSdil nd bong jUUno Telephone orrioc ruBLic i-itnaaH oif.t)is, M1TIVILLK. KT. SUBaOlUPlXOHa-BY MAIL. One ...-..........-.'-"""" MIX MMttu .. 00 .. 1 80 .. 75 t-hi-WMMtim ... - PSllVSRSD ST OAKMXtt, rajrabltto Collector at end of Jtomt. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. KNOCKING THE KNOOKER. After the Great Crentor lmd ninde the rattle snake, the tond and the vampire Ho had some uwi'ul substance left which to make a knocker. A knock er is a two legged animal with a corkscrew soul, a watcr-sogged brain and a combination backbone made of jelly and glue. "Where oth...

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. — 31 January 1914

f?!?!?yiwR; 74V FP 5" tf f -! "- - Jul, By'''"' ST ' W n" u- 1 Tho reason why Man Is regarded as the superior niiimnl in because he'll lo durned if he'll wear clothes that but ton tip tho back. TO SOFTEN AN EDO. If you would soften nu egg thnt lias boiled too long, lift the saucepan in stunt ly olf the II id niiil plans under tho cold wntei faucet, itllowing a good stream of eold water to run into it. Tho sudden shock in changing from hot to cold untei Ii.h the ciulutw cll'ect of Hofteniug the egg. A MASONIO HOME BOY. Tho Musculo llonio "Journnlf of Jan uary IA, has a cut of Francis C. Helii?, and the following article: Wo hoiewith present tho likeness of the newly elected Master of Excelsior Lodge No. 2.".(, 1'rancls 0. lleiu. Rrothor ileinz was born near Uovor, In Bracken County, September 18, 1887. ills father died when ho win Ave years of ugo leaving thiee brothers and two sisters, all of whom entered the Masonic Widows and Orphans' Homo from Vox Lodge No. ;t80, Dover, Mason Cou...

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. — 31 January 1914

WE3W .'. K LI -' . .31 ;- "xfv PVj, r- '" fe. ! vp: Mn VL.", , $3,000 Wanted At Once U By Maysville's Foremost Clothier And we put on sale this week a few 1914 Over coats, worth $10, for $5.00 See West window, are going some. We Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICraiLEDGEll Every man likes to Relieve that Ho -will bo Missed a whole lot when ho dies. But when they get through plant ing You, tho carriages will go back from tho cemetery at a gallop and ev erybody will foci glad that It is over. pittT TWO MAYBVILLE MEN AT LEXINGTON. (Lexington Leader.) Mr. l'ox ItespaH:), of Frankfort, was In town yesterday afternoon. Fox says thoio Is only one side to it Itcrkhnm. Representative Stanley Heed, of Mays villc, was down from Fiankfort to see 'The Madcap Duchess" at the Opera house last evening. TO WIDEN CONFEDERATE PEN SION LAW. i Frankfort, Ky., January 20. After passing a bill to licenso trained nurses the House got down to nojifnml passed eight other bills, th...

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. — 2 February 1914

3k s$IIBiKiMra$ T"mr.WglWMyiiiHHII llinnn limirnmillMiincWfi iTTCi.llnni imnwrtrttTiy umia inwjirmny a w S5 GyJrT SB?- ' -'.Si ""S- n J SELECT Your DINNER LEDGER FROM THIS VARIETY E '''-.. - IIHUUIWMMMaMMHUUUIUUiaHMMMHaHUI 1 1-nnnnnnniiinnnnranmnnnnnnnMmiHlH PUBLIC Asparagus Tips, Btring Bani, 1'sai, Corn, Tomatoes, Kraut, Spinach, Bests, A flna line of Fresh Vegetables at all times. ppk jvy jji3flEiK5 w- I'-. rv. HK' tTSSKLY BRPUBUOAir-im rw ), 5 They say that all is fair In love, But on this Haw don't bot; A girl can bo your turtlo dove And still be n brunette. The wind Saturday morning blow down tile big "Bull" sign at tho Hall Tark. Tho many friends in old Maysvillo of Hon. Thomas A. Davis, will regret to lonru that upon his arrival at New Orleans, en route to San Antonio, ho was taken ill and compelled to go to a hospital. MEETING OF W. 0. T. U. Tho meeting of the W. C. T. II. which was to have been held this afternoon will bo held tomorrow afternoon at ' o'clock at the home of...

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 February 1914

'? iwr "x- "i , vv r' tfV. U EOT . KkTI f'J .-: k-V tf. 9S' - r, " ', , Sj -iYfiiA. v W- ,a, --- r' "G : - .4 K . 't , - THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAILT XOM SUHD1T, FOOBTll 0 JULY, TaiHKMlVlS" AMD OaUltTMAl. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. tibokUnd Lone Mn 4Q yiiUuoe Telephone ,,w " orrioa roBLio lkdoeji boudino, MATIVIL.LI. T. a VBsouip'2 1 ons-b y iuii.. eu r,............ ................... SIX RfOBtfc. -... - "' TbrM HMflfc" ..3 o ... lao ... 7 Yr Month. USUVSHSD BT OARMSS, JJB Oaal PapoflUto Oottr at m 0 JfoiWA, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. There is one redeeming feature of the 10H model cold wave it hardly ever arrives. The German Government has authorized a loan of 15,000,000 marks for Colonial purposes. American Tobacco Company is expected to show 27,per cent, on common stock. Company had a good year despite the rather unusual trade condi tions. Imports and exports of the United States show ed a loss of $100,000,000 in 1913, according to an ofiiicial statement from Washing...

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 February 1914

. -Jr "i . . ?H" ff jK -J T I -flaOr' w mWmW aaaaaaW ' fmmmmWi ifmmw&S 1LW:A 0mmW t '" laK2i m ' . iwii fiim mwme)iwij mpar wy tA I saV a waist 'twas priced at "Two". "Too much," I said. "It will not do." Next day I got a bargain groat-1-1 bought it for "Ono ninety-eight." Susie M. Bent in Judge. K Tho Haltioiv rebels Havo begun their march on Port nu Prince from two di roctlons. A bill providing for tho diNion of Plho County will bo introduced in tho Legislature next woolc. PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. It you mffef from blrcdlnif, Hotting, Mind o, protruding 1'lles, tend mo your addreu, and I wll teM you how to cure yourself t home by the new abiorptlon treatment: nnd will alto tend tome of tbli home treatment free for trial, with referencei from your own locality If requeued. Immediate relief and permanent euro anured. Send no money, but tell otlien of thlt olTer. Write today to Mm. M, Summert Hoi P. South Ilend. Ind. We Lead the Market SFor High Wo sold 84,00...

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 February 1914

"ilSTjaj .x "v, aft W .,, ii 'iri. I" i? &J3ST rC2aEa1fcaPi'i. SC " ,. 'k . t :! l " v THE "Sp. UtBJsrC 'E D G E R fTE ' M f ' Tiif. iUh I., Si- i.f ;.. v rv r. k. . n r.,.-" t 4sf. i ;sp A r rSj &:. av fr - GROWTH OF STATES 0 r.t'i. .-PvnonHihirne fnr tho Past Ynnr 000 Period Has Been One of lation to the Improvement of Many States Had In 1904 tho first road census over taken In tho United States was con ducted by tho offlco of public roads of tho dopartmont of agriculture This census showed that for that year thero was expended on the roads of tho country about $80,000,000. Our road expenditures havo stoadlly In creased each year since, and In 1912 they approximated tho grand total of 163,000,000, or moro than doublo tho amount shown by tho 1904 census. As tho samo porcontnga of Increase was maintained for 1913 as averaged for the period 1904-1912 tho oxendlturo for tho current year should approxi mate $185,000,000. However, theso figures toll only a mall part of tho prese...

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 February 1914

W ft ) v.- ) - $ !X MaMMMan J Hi .liJWBU II' WMJIJU 'I JB L 'ikmiwir v. '. i - 1 DOCTORING A PROFITLESS FARM Preparing the Ground by F you wero a countryman whoso farm waa not pay ing very well and an ag ricultural expert came along anil said: "Let mo show you how you can double and triple your present Income;" If the man looked sano and in telligent, you would doubt Ices jump at the chance. Furthermore, if ho mado good on his uesertion ho would win your ever lasting gratitude and perhaps you would recompense him with a little cash bonus. Now this is Just tho op portunity that tho farm management department of the Missouri Agricul tural collego is offering to tho farm ers of tho "show mo" state. The department says; "Ask for our aid and wo will show you how to tonic your elckly bank accounts and how to Increase tho profits of every branch of your farm." Even tho most skeptical who,- to begin with, made fun of tho proposition have been silenced because tho Missouri farm management de...

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 February 1914

WB3 "X& ' ffT rvv" "vv JiVr v - -rri I amwiawii.wa imwfiim uiai iwuwiwNwwwwwi pj ., t l You haven't any more money than the law al- .lows, orhave to pay an income tax; ir you warn more money you come to Maysvillc's (Foremost Clothiers and Buy Your Overcoats and Snits Now 'hlle thev are beinc sold at the freduced prices and save much vmonev. This Clothlne Is good, fof 1014 styles and guaranteed to fkive "absolute satisfaction or ayour money baok." Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. FPUBLICi (IlILT , LEDGER SALE OP THE MITCHELL PROPERTY. Yesterday afternoon Mnstcr Commiv ?&. I I C3..1.. ut.l !.. .tnit HlUlltT UUrUUlL OUK-U1 OUJU HIU fiU'v;ilJ (o'f tho lato Mrs. Martha Mitchell in 3nst Third street, following boing the 'ptirchnners: Lot and franio dwelling, corner of al ley, occupied by Krnic Ort, to Postraas- i!I ULUrUllt'O .lU'ITVa ill. J"II'. T.nf oti.1 rqnin .Kvnllinrr np.iiniAi1 bv f&rajor Walsh o Omar Dodson at $1,940. vVacnnt lot corner ii'outu s...

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 February 1914

f ' PUBLIC CaJI LEDGER RSSe! I IK -....- wjw- v-' pBijgjgr I mm--IS A WINNER! I j IK - 5 Either Ground or Grain. Phone your orders to I 4$H Bt s-ZZr. ,.,,. "- " , "VM mH atttti VMrnmnwtf mimonAtr OfnnitAnv m r nei nn neum F T TVT F?Fi TiFiC luC 'JOD f-ts1 1 sf , J'- t s JK. wir Havnraiw amioviiuii., uauvvt iumuaj, 0ftuft. o, mSl vflft Wuf-wnxi wmu, fl, MIIljrCI OfVW.Z).. I l DoJlom IB Klin 2 A poor man is n thief, you see, Anil must go on the rack; Hut if you're wealthy you can bo A kleptomaniac. Couutry store ut the (turn toulgrt. Leslie Edwards, 122 of Harrodsburg Is (load and Buford Tcrhuns, 20, may dio from nn auto accident, the mnehlno over-turning, pinning them down In u stream of icy water for hours. JOHN aorte DIES AX AUUUBTA. The remain? of Mr. John Sons, nn old soldier and a former citizon of .Mays Aille, were brought up from Augusta last night. Mr. bon's death resulted from nn at tack of pneumonia. The Immediate family of Mr. Sons havo all died or removed to distant State...

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 February 1914

M W Hiry : A H 2L "S'T - 'tj- sift . v- i $& ' fct rj at . "- Jy? "THE public ledger DAIUT HJXtrT HUHtJlTi TOOnin or JOLT, "MIANKSalVINrt AMI! OlinlltMAt. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. , -' Local and Long JUtanoe Telephone No. 40. orrioK runuo lkixihii boildino, MATSVII.l.K. KT. sansuHiPiioNs-DV hail. Onn Year ftlx Monlln.. ....... ."...... ... Thrf Month nsilVSRKU BY OARRtSR, er Moiim-...... . - '" iviyatUto Collector at end or Jionm ,... i no .... 7I ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. It's about time to kill the pencil crop again. No use going South ,Avhen you can enjoy mk-Ii winter weather in old Kentucky. Tliorc ain't going to be no war with .Inpaii sho is about to invest $000,000 in her displuy at the I'Himmn-Pucifio Exposition. AMERICAN TOADYISM. Unless our French is even worse than wo know it to be the following line from an advertisement inserted by a large Eastern hotel in a large Eastern paper is very bad French indeed : "TANGO DANSAXTS." "J)ansant" means dancing...

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 February 1914

W.pPgiy itf'ayyipjiiMIWgfW , i r v N. I- 'tf & j Jr.. ! r' i 9HF mk, W ft Things could bo worse. When you sco a young man standing on a corner showing tobacco you know ho Isn't wasting his timo dancing tho Maxixc. JOY EIDERS (JET DUCKING. (Ashland Indcpcndont.) A Ford touring ear, owned by Livory man lloss, and occupied by Charles Stownrt, who is employed by Mr. lloss and Curl Quillen, two women nnd a youug girl, ran into the lako at Cllffc sldo 1'ark shoitly before nine o'clock lust night, and although all weto given a "ducking," they escaped injury be yond a small cut ou (juillcii'i wrist, miraculous as it may seem. WHAT IS OLD AGE? fiomo Yonger At 05 Than Others Ate At 40 Years. Old age is not marked by yearn, but by tho stift'oued frame, tho hardened tissues nnd arteries. So many people whom you meet about tho timo they reach 10 begin by say ing "I enn't do this, and I can't do that, becauso I'm getting old now," they begin to act old, feel old nnd they aro older in appearan...

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 February 1914

TrrrmfTeXsmtv WMWJiZ7tt.vvm p r .u r ,''j.-v. iii . i i ii i n hi if mi ii ii'nam urn IiiiBW Mim ' istir MUvjhjawmu.rlWBnrTtEwimv0iarvrm .unii:'fT.:7'jitnr-crTt'jiirvmimmx'jwi. , at,.": i'tiammaamn- vm. nBf Ti, V - EL tfrt t" & -J!aa ' ',!- '!- IF You haven't any more money thin the law al lows, or have to pay an income tax; If you want more money you come to Maysville's Foremost Clothiers and Bay Your Overcoats and Suits Now While they are being sold at the reduced prices and save much money. This Clothlne is good, of 1914 styles and guaranteed to give "absolute satisfaction or your money back." Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. '& . Mrs. .In in pa Curtis of LcxinL'ton at'J Mrs. Harriet Claypoolo of Mt. Olivet, ' aftor p leasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. B. Strodo of Sutton street in turned home Saturday. SQUIRE DRESSEL'S COURT. D. L. Graeo tried for vagrancy, i, found guilty, fined $10 and costs and fK sont to the county jail to work out his sen...

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 February 1914

W -m - K-'Wvi ': ) OUR SPECIAL BLEND PUBLIC LEDGER 25c COFFEE r IS A WINNER I m ft Either Ground or Grain. Phone your ordera to zz .A '. gji ; - m jfe." v. . . 4t uv i 2v - ): B (nW WynMSM WwrffRxr .SKPVBttOAtr-im Wo cannot all be rich who dwell Upon this mundane place; Hut, just the same, n smllo fits wol! On almost niiv face. No further neWN has been received ,rom the bedside of M'r. Thomas A. Davis, who is seriously ill at a hospital in New Orleans. Mr. Kenneth Chirk, of Aberdeen loft Monday morning to iihsuiiio his duties as Deputy Income Tux Collector of Hamilton County, with headquarters in Cincinnati. "Louisville. A telegram from Pass Christian, Miss., says Mrs. John W. Price, Jr., was drowned. She was the daughter of attorney Helm Hrueo and the wife of Dr. John W. Frh-e, .Jr. INVESTMENTS Good First Mortgage Land Notes Yielding 6 and 7 For Cent. FRANK H. OLABKE, First National Bank Building. MIHIlIllllIIIIIIIflllllflllllRlflllW KJK 9 LT I I 11 I l IN OLD KENTUCKY And We Arc R...

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 February 1914

saar ftvis - J A " ... . .j . . .7Ti J -A. 7 '- V :& it". W'lf f&- W, IT r ? fre 7SS2S2FZS33&tL"X ULXJJPXS , ' jRiArt",.' "F- iJR5Sf"'WS?l jg?w tm AMy. r , .'-.i, jyjy.'.s; aJ ; j"g.'H aic?j l "S U UAltl 8X0MT tltMPkTi roUnT Of JOLT, TANI8ITIH0 AKU GUBIITMAI. 4 Hi P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. ' -n boel nd Long Ma dfl i SUuncS Telephone u 1 SU1!8VK1P110N1-Br MAIL. One Ynr... Ms Matath. . ornoB rOBLio lkduih bcildino, MATITILLS. RT. , & . & "2 ' J&.Vi rt T ,T Y Tr3TiiRTr0AINSTIT. 1 flE JrUtSLwJlv l-iEJUVJErV t q.'i0co wore unloaded M New York's ocean port last week "200,000 bushels of corn from Argentine and millions of bushels morcNiavo been contracted for from Sojith American countries on uceount ot the Froc-Trado Tariff. This competition ha al ready forced a decline in cash valuer. One New York )nn has contracted with Argontitnj dealers for 5,000,000 bushels, to tic used in the mannracture of syrups, etu. Argentine farmers arc in great jrlec over the Ame...

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