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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 February 1914

;""",A A5 s - 11 JffT- l & MW ' "5 -". -. ,-.. - 1 Growing Old. A little more tired nt the closo of day; A llttlo leas anxious to havo our way; A little loss rcntly to scold, and blame; A little moro caro for a brother's name; And so wo are nearing the journoy's end Where timo and oternlty moot and blond. A llttlo lets caro for bonds and gold. Plans ir the public funeral today in thoHonato Chamber of Senator Bacon of Georgia, are completed. $AjP0TPOXrai,OF.yEIillA81Na PLEASANTRIES. Tho men who nro managing tho now Baseball Club are working without compensatioi and aro interested only in keeping organised baseball In Majs-villo. You havo a cbnnco to help along by coming to tho Washington Theater to night and whilo seeing n number of great pictures, hearing a full orches tra nnd enjoying tho bost vocal talent, help boost tho club by contributing ten cents or moro toward its support. Every loyal Maysvillian who boliovcs in seeing our city a live town nnd thoso who wish Maysvillo to...

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. — 19 February 1914

"?" t-S&rVW-lt ' v.., -- fc-t" "$l ' ti '-;. Jl JK . ' ; . . fiL ff'" . -'t i.i. u . t- ': -? t'n .: !. F1 1. ? ' wf r VK a ' ',' K "HOT STUFF" Jtv, m vrhllfl the music Is good, I ' ) but wo don't mean this; WSjL! '. wo moan warm Over Is ' '' coats at tho reduced fit- -Jlf . ' prea, woolen half-hose, R ( , sweaters, fur caps, wool St1 and fur gloves, warm B underwear, oar bobs, S1 , k , mufflers and heavy suits. Br " f , Tho Ovorcoats aro going Rtf W , got yours. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Hayxvllle's Foremost Clothiers. BERNARD. Mrs. Emily Soword is visiting rcla t'ves in Moysville. Rev. If. E. Boggs was unablo to ti his appointment at tho Bernard School House tho second Sunday on account of tho inclement weather. Mrs. Mary Byron is slowly recover ing from her foccnt illness. Mrs. T. R. Stovons bail the mislor tuno to lose a valuable Jersey niilcn eow ono day tho past week. Robert, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. .1 It. Stevens is quito ill at this writing. Several from this placo ...

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. — 20 February 1914

pasrur. &? WT ras ,r 'ft-" V,f TirpTrr1 iramftroHH 7V -viLyyr.""" ";m ' oTDiwS? IKAK0 FLOUR PUBLIC LEDGER K Jjj Something new. Add water and bake. Makes delicious enkes. Only 15c pnokage. : Try i W; US,.. ifc & WKKLr RBPVhVtVAN-t) uil r raxuo jjioastt-un MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. OW Tunc looks slow, but lie is sly, He knows just how to got your goatj Anil if you want to see him ily, Just sign a promissory noto Sunday will be the 182ml birthday of George Washington. The Woman Suirrago Bill was killed in the Maryland Houso of Delegates. Tho Hcehlnger People aro nflforlug , big bargains in Mon 's Pants. Thoro is one thing about this firm, they nhvnys do what they adertise. HORSES AND MULES FOR SALE. Porty-fivo head of horses and initios will be sold at public auction at Goorgo Pollltt's livery stablo Tuesday, Feb tuaty 21, at 10 o'clock. Thirty head of No. 1 draft mares, from I to 7 joars old, veil broken, 5 good match teams. This 1? a c...

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. — 20 February 1914

EK39 Ti rV ,jm v?K-fffl f .At 4. 9 ts ilM r f Kit; ii f.." lr , HL- . .A.. ',- Mi -v , yr Hr I '. JT-- tw la.-': Bv MS MMMMONMMlMM hi Ti r ,rw i iMMMnaiiiNMiwf 'fc K ' THE PUBLIC LEDGER dmu ixcxrt lONDJkTi rountH or jolTi TiUMXtairiiin AMD 0IIBI1TMAI. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. No. 40. Local nd Lour 01tnoo Telephone orrtca rOHLio lcdoih buudiho, M JkTIYtLLI. KT. . aUUHVKlPHUNa-UY MAtU. One Ittr,. Nix JtonUu. Three Moatha., DSLIYSMCI) BY CXRR1SH, rer atontli. ........-.... m... -.....J ! rayabUto Vollictar at 4tid of MonlH. 7 LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. , Prcsidentf "Wilson very tersely told tho woman suffragists that he couldn't favor woman suffrage because the Democratic platform didn't favor it. Then lie turned right around and repudiated the plank in the same platform which favors the ex emption from tolls of all American ships engaged in coastwide trade passing through the Panii'ii : canal. Is this statesmanship or diplomacy, or both; or just plain hypocritical in...

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. — 20 February 1914

1 V. l Vc 1 ItL T 4 te? v- !3 ".' -,r c-M iK"-J. &&mm IM.I.IHIB m.w-Vm..i. i.ir ii.Mi.ir..T.-.r.--,-.-, . - . - mi. . -'.-" iMaKMMBajmiMiM, !!! I -.- -j y. I .1 -.-f-.. " ." . . - k .--M t A,-ja I ! I i 1 1 P I I I I I I I I I I I II " T . -,.. ..---.'.- .-m-, W-vl.- . mll4(''jvl .' L7VUi. -i - aamHd .1 .-i.. ttJ ..V. 1 . aVl.' 1 IE..7'. TO. Thoro nifty be two Inches of dust on llm Family' Ilililo in the house. Hut thoro is always an awful scramblo for j tho sporting pago when the daily paper arrives. '-N LOCATING THE TATHEB OP HIS COUNTRY. Miss Wheat, the now teachor, was liAnrini? tlm history lesson. Turning .to .".. r.i .I.. ..i..i. i ono oi ino now scuum, su .-. , . "James, what was wasinngtons Farewell Address J" 1 Tho now Iiq.v roso with n promptitudo thai' promised' well for his 'for. Ueavon, ma'am,' he ''" - a Bin "Ain't you afraid when ihB market's off?" - MiKB "No. I'm noin' 1o c If , ff t Prescription Filling !?& "When you receive a prescription, though it may...

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. — 20 February 1914

BSESBLP gyevjwy , r, ""itt . r ',.,-i.5" Ca ires MP i.1 1 WSlRiN tStmiW V "wa If ?. w J-3wI' IV' S W " f ,ifC3TlMIIIMffifiaTrTy xy- w t ' w? li Sfflw rt- re. f 14 , fv fr m P p KhF'"" ML fl-"-''.l WASHINGTON NEVER TOLD A LIE They say. Do you? If we are nonesuy mista ken we make amends. See our Washington win dow of new guaranteed $22.50 and $25 Overcoats at $15 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville'5 Foremost Clothiers. Miss Lulu Baugh yeft yesterday to a hit friend; at Alt. t'nrmel. DESERTERS STILL IN HOC. X Tho so-called "naval deserters", Al - (Ho Boudlcr and Ira O. Stluc, aro still ' being hold for further instructions from Washington. BLIND SENATOR DEFEATS WOMAN. Oklahoma City, Okla., Pebruary IS. United States Senator Thomas J'rjor Goro late today was exonerated of charges of improper conduct by u ver dict iu his favor returned in district court hero in the suit for $."0,000 dam ages instituted by Mrs. M'uiuiu Bond, oi Oklahoma City. MVER NEWS. (luago maiks 10.0. Hiding rapidly at...

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. — 21 February 1914

ffliEMiiliflLiiiiiHiliriiiiiiiiifliiiiiiiiiiiiHi HUr X - ' iMt!iirmiSSJSS7i 777 m mi i ,iiHfriiiMfc,iiiiiiiiWiiwMw.iritiitiiii-iii).i tthUjWHrfM uv.i.i.jun.i-.Lt Aatuawmn,f)ii.v, ifn,,L,i nwrvn u i. jiiic II1IIMHIIIIII KA K0 Ft PUBLIC LEDGER V SomotbiDg new. Add water ad delioioat cakes. Only 16i Try it. a 3 JtfH-i AMMMMAMINMMMMA StZXALT HBPVBUVAN-tm MtJuv pvblio uwass-utt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. S DINGER BROS., I fc" X whs Thoro was a young man from Bombay Took his girl out to ride in a sleigh; The air was bo frigid They botli grew quito rigid .And tflnwed out iu n -nearby cafo. v Lent begins next Wednesday Febru ary 25th. Moreury down to IS this morning and winter continues. Handsome .Swiss and Nainsook $1,25 ilounclngs 75c. Hunt's. BUT ONE COLLECTION AND DE LIVERY OF MAIL MONDAY. On account of the observance of Washington's birthday noxt Monday by Postofllco officials and employees thoro will be but ono delivery and collection on that ...

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. — 21 February 1914

THIS WOMAN'S (d?g SICKNESS 7 IIS. 7a peasant babo of nmuslng Incident In figures. Is made a f by tlio Emperor Na- 1 of tlio IikVb parents fcqucs, France, whore jelly stopped to hold a fpoleon propheslrd that i day bo a marshal' of tier Donaparto. At tho b meets n strnnger who Ii tho boy tells him of fnncols visits General I Oourpaud. who with vear-old daughter, lives A soldier of tho Empire lie fires the boy's lmajr- les of his campaigns. rs Francois a homo at e boy refuse to leave his tho end becomes a copy- il 'and learns of tho Vthi general and Mar- fpalf.'ned with the gen- V Marquis Zappl and Vivo' at tho Chateau. to -care ror xno Aiar- Iia fnrmnr frnrn to lull before leaving for Icols V? o n friend '' ' -irmly promises. Itcait to live. g Pletro as a ke, I'lotro and by who proves on. l'Tancois rnl ilUrnvers 11 extracts a will not mter- il'lotro. Iran ary to IMctro. I. rlnce. Co n 1st (ho nt Ancona them the bluo wa- oats, and tho ' land tho sun- .tbred hulls and yworuan who sat j...

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. — 21 February 1914

NlHaT ' ' ' ' "'" " " i I -i -aui ii . . iiii "" ' i m i Th! Dh Yf K6 k ?t Pflt f L?elT f3 yalre p . f'J " Y ''H nLLL.ft' .ip. T L E I 1 a pod (3$e i yoi flK '. Illl nT J " tf8("r is ft. iS- 5: ' s f 'V. 'f Be V. kI". 1 I smk r ' i wrftfi'r!!T SYNOPSIS Olorin Korr, a motherless rtlrl, who lias spent most of hor life In school, arrives pt her father's homo In Helmoiit. David Kerr Is the political boss of the town, find Is anxious to prevent his iIutiKhter learning of his real character. Kendall, representing the Chicago paclters, Is ne gotiating with JudRe Ollbert. Kerr's chief adviser, for a valuable franchise. They fear tho opposition of .Too WrlKht. editor Of tho reform pnpor. Kerr asks tho as sistance of Judifo Gilbert In Introducing Cllorla to Ilclmont society, anil promises to help him put through tho packers' fonchlso and let liltn havo all tho graft. Gloria meets Joo Wright ut the Gilberts. It nppenrs they are on Intimate terms, having met previously on a touring party In Eur...

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. — 21 February 1914

.) Me.W 'TTWffT.y. f" " VT? ;.' 1 ', ' ' 5gg4 V"'"?i " -.. "!?'.!"?",'", "" ' . -7 " " ' -nui ''r8KSgl I . i vM M -t .-w ... v . -rw,- .,.--. . . . f vr 3MTP 1 II II I . ' l I ICTH LEEX5ER ! rooRTii or ixjux, tiUnkbsitino It CHBUTIUI. - Editor and Publisher. M orrioi mauo ledoib builmks, X&TITILIE. KT. eilOA'X-llYMAlL. L JRKD BY CM ... ....8 OU CARR1B8, ,. .wo vui &.!& Vtlttetor at tnt of Month. INSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. IntaUve M. 0. Wilson 'sbill seeking to make Lincoln's birthday, legal holiday, was 'adversely and the House concum&l in the .were to remark that New Orleans is now a ioii town" during this mardi gras iiuim- Lwouldnt be exaggerating it much. They ks,they like down there. like 200.000 people live in 8,000 tene ts in Cincinnati. These houses average tenement families of about five to a (at many of these tenement houses out light. ins are sending millions to teach I way out in Africa, here we have f South Carolina passing a bill j persons from teachi...

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. — 21 February 1914

1 & If AT' fl pa & Jem' Xwc . '.r-vic"v. ; w KKaQn'' ' ' ' mv Do not holler because you nro poor. A charity patient never gets n disease that has a nix syllnblo niuno and re quires four specialists and live assist ants to locato with carving knives. Tho total police force of England and Wales Is now noarly 31,000. A woman who has burled ono hus band, separated from a second and live ui happily with a third doesn't usually think very well of tho men. . - . . 'ii Imp rtant to All Women Readers of This Paper Thousands upon thousands of womon have kidney or bladder trouble and nev er suspect it. Women's complaints oftou prove to bo nothing olso but kidney trouble, or tho rosult of kindnoy or bladdor dls ease. If tho kidneys nro not In a healthy condition, they may cause ttio other or gans to bocomo dlseaseJ. You may sudor a great deal with pnin in tho back, bearing-down t i ings, hcadacho and loss of ai:ibitiou. Poor health makes you nervous, ir ritable and may bo despondent; it...

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. — 21 February 1914

:j. IK H R- Kt tt- IS . 7-7 B r m. WASHINGTON NEVER TOLD A LIE They say. Do you? If we are honestly mista ken we make, amends. See ourWashington win dow of new guaranteed $22.50 and $25 Overcoats at $15 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICigSLEDGER Uov. Stuurt, of Virginia, signed the Prohibition Enabling Act IUIIT Standard Oil of CnlitoiniirN net profits available for dividend in H1B wero $l!),3Sfl,HU, ag.iinst f7,l0l,l."0 in 1012. ANOTHER BIO SUIT AGAINST THE C. & O. S. L. Combs, iiiliuinistintor, lia brought suit against the C. - O, foi 70,000, for the killing of Park Smith, at- Silver drove, January 2H. The amount is the lingest ever sued foi iu the Campbell circuit court at Newport. Smith was wull known heie, hiving worked for the P. A. Xeider Company several months. August-i Olirnnielo. ABERDEEN GRETNA GREEN PERSONALS. Mrs. AugiLst Sorrios enteitainei1 a seleet party of friends Tuesday night. Miss Oussie Boswell entertained Thursday night at hei l...

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. — 23 February 1914

ysjN - s- t 4 ! Vf-v. m.m ! wriiniiwiininiiiiin m i(wiinni wn m im 1 iimMiiiMJUiiin . imii ...Lpwiiiiiii iiuiii i i iiuiiimii .iiiiiiiiwMi.iMa-rKMiWMWNinjjijihMBenitj. j,,!.., I" v . ?;,. : , j ' T IKAKO FLOUR 2 Something now. Add water and bako. Makot delicious cakes. Only 15c pnokage. S Try if- 3 DINGER BROS., Leading Retailors PUBtjIC LEDGER Bf Bt2Hp raiwB7 iflP1 tip r s v & r LA ar tXKKLY tUSPVBLtOAtt-lKt A1L V l'VBLIO &UQB-m fevrf Mnry had n little arm, Fair as a lily, I trow; Sho was vaccinated tbo otber day, And you ought to soo it now. Tho Lexington tobacco market will closo down next week. MBS. JOHN S. ABBUEY. At tbo Christian Church last night Mrs. John 3. Asbury delighted her bear ds with hor helpful talk on Spiritual Ideals. Sho will speak again at 4 and 7:30 o'clock tonight. IT IS NOWI This morning is a regular old timor. It snows and tho peoplo enjoy it. The rural route mail carriers are happy. No tough pulling today. Last week several, of the carriers had to g...

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. — 23 February 1914

IPS V r- WSSumii nil ma r- r J Yni ZZumnti i muW)'iTW'Wi j emsawwwwMTz'WMjM "atM1'1. , .imhjim " iiinii'iiiwi .""jiWii WMfMi mm iwtpiM,wi ' 'ippinnnmffliiw LM ' iimiwmimiwi' MWmini'H"MWB iwmhmi hhwrih ih "' "' ' ipwwww '.'T J . vfc A -- -- m j iiii i-m ! ti wwwwmpi i . -' ' ' .....--. - i --...., ... , . . ... . --j . w , T I" I I . 1.1 "" I - - - I . I,. ,I,,.III-N" II I !- .1.1 I I -lHII ... ,,, .. i. , '' TOE 'PUBLIC LEDGER 2 daili axoftrr umdat'i fourth or jolt, tuankkJitimb AND OIinUTMl. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Uoolnd Look Oltunoa Telephone No. 40. orrioK ruBLio lkooir BntLDmu, XATIVILLI. KT. dOtiavuinioNa-BY MAIL, One Ywr.............-......- - i 0o Nix Mouth. . .. TUre atnth.w.. H ......-.m............ "S DSLiySRSD BY OJJIRUiB, Per-MouUi- ..-.... ...... - PayatUtoOoUtctorattnA ot Month, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The ouly protection agaiiiBt Ohio Jiiver floods is K build above the flood line. Reservoirs nre just big jokes. Much is being said and written ab...

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. — 23 February 1914

.''.' -MBHJs ""."" ;' rt.v.f n:f ,ij-l"B',.j-J7,. : , , !i. 3iOTBHl i'MTrfcKi'riPr- i "WT?ilrBlMiaBiiiiiiira iKWMithauM j; i si-- iiiiiiiit'waaa?g;a"i' . Kitten Mi, tin .. . ..-..ik., '.;.I.. a.....a. , MJQjJriln"'1" ! i i m in ii rn ,ni - n mi iwmrnr -r-r i il'ii " ' " riirrnrirri . , WtmilB'wm'nmimmtmnwnmfmwinfviwnwiitli xiIi'iiiiiki4 h m iiiwwwmi'ii ii iintiMKmff)'M wniiJt'WiMWTT ' "" fW"iH'WiWi'l " "V.l 'I ' un i ijjmii a i wn i n Hr ib r-'A' .r;.-. Mi BfvV e .JB I ROYAL The Bakin - aiwi-JULHu ",-' THE CLASSY SHOW SH JP I BULLETT'S ORCHESTfA AI.WAY- A PKATDllKi Bargain Prices, 5c 1 0c President Vnson will be resent at the thirty-fifth annual reuy ou of hia class, 1S79, which will bo hoM at Prince--ton, Juno 13. I Pastime Flanncletto Kirnonns, new this sea v son, reduced 25 per cent. Hunt's. The new natural gas pipe lino from ' ,Wist Virginia to Umisvillo was burpt by an explosion eight miles from tho . city yesterday, and about 1,500,000 cubic licet of gas escaped at n loss of $...

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. — 23 February 1914

$' J. MMMakS H wmtfwiSSMSBm b M 1WVSNVVVVN ' VNWVSVSNV. ySWMm",:i ti U. S. Keeps Tab Upon Army and Navy Deserters WASHINGTON. As Uncle Smn finds trouble In locating recnlcltrnnt mem bers of tho army and navy who tako "French leave," thero Is a bureau In both tho war and navy departments to keep tab on theso Individuals. In M fsw fPERNTH ) tho destinies of the yellow-back paper envelopes and tho antiquated furniture, are tho methodB which ho emplos In conducting tho affairs of tho bureau. "I would llko you to look up for mo tho name of Hay Schultz or Roy Schult or Schults," was a request made of this official recently. It has boon estimated that In tho past ten years nearly 1,000,000 record enlistments havo been filed In tho ofllco. As tho files aro arranged, however, a search Is not tho arduous task that upon first glance It seemB to bo. On evory sldo of tho room, which runs tho entire length of one wing of tho war department, aro stool file cases. Tho enlistment dato was secured In...

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. — 23 February 1914

.'3 :&&, . t: m fW' 4 2ACTI OSTEniTY sees a stiff, formal pic turo of Washington standing; In tho bow of a boat crossing; tho Dolawaro amid floating blocks of lco on that memorablo Christmas night, to light tho batUo which turned tho tldo of tho revolution In tho right ., direction. But no pointer could delineate tho heroism of the actual sceno. 'His men wero ragged half naked. Besides the running lco In the river, there was a blinding blizzard, and it was so bitter cold that tho chief loss on tho American sldo was of the men who, though Inured to pioneer hardships, froze to death that awful night. Did General Washington stand in his boat In that dangerous current during a driving storm and staro pompously at tho opposite shore? Not ho. TnBtead of that, ho "sat tight" and cajolod the men, using every dcvlco that might raako them forget their terrlblo situation; oven telling thom a facetious story, which, coming from him, star tled them, set their blood tingling and raado tho...

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. — 23 February 1914

! ' tx Bast'' ' MM , wR- ; ?' ftb- mmm NEVER TOLD A LIE Thev aav. Do you? If we are honestly mista ken we make amends. See our Washington win dow of new guaranteed $22.50 and $25 Overcoats at $15 Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICjpSLEDGER OfltT Tho murder of W. P. Benton, a Brit ish subject, by Gen. Villa, niny bring a crisis iu tho Moxicau situation. NICK LONQWOBTH TO BUN FOlt CONGRESS AGAIN. Washington. Nicholas Longworth, of Cincinnati, reached Washington und passed half au hour in tho Houso, whore ho was greeted warmly by his former colleagues. Longworth told them that ho will run for Congress again in Cincinnati this fall, and his iricnils lioro wisneu nun hoarty luck in his campaign. OABD OF THANKS. Wo wish to thank our friends nnd neighbors for their kindnoss during our recent bereavement in tho death of Miss Susan Coffee. Abo to Kov. A. P. Staht for tho encouraging words spoken nnd Dr. P. G. Smoot, Miss Amy King aud Mrs. Harry Barkloy for tho swe...

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. — 24 February 1914

V JT'4 A. -ff-VA. t i Y . if V W 1 X mv -' .' m flHPv r?!' ''' 'i ' ! i.,.i.1i i i. ..if"i" - . . J' m",.. .'" , '.naraes " ' . PUBLIC p iIBbX w ihb ' ii... i fi& ' 3? : UnHt CT Dressed (M K. k2$ MhMSH Pine Lumber P fit's oasy enough to bo pleasant, M '" And spend nil your tlmo being jolly; Wtfi$ lWiW' But the mnn worth while WWrltW& AWIliF' Is the mnu who can smllo "?Tlr MW t-w" When lib wlf0 finds -a letter signod V&gKlwW&M " W&1I&- lBb Satan Is coming. The ladies will entertain with i euchre and lunch at Eagle Hall tonlgtyt. Tho latest mows from Millorsburg of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cbanslor'a little son, John Robert, who is so critically ill with pneumonia is that ho is better, with hopes of recovery. " COUNTY COURT NEWS. Ordered that tho Union Trust & Sav ings Company bo nnd is hereby appoint od guardian for llonry Conway Os borne, and sualifled as such with capital stock as surety. J. M. Collins qualified as notary pub lic with II. K. Chllds as surety...

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. — 24 February 1914

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