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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 31 March 1914

sm"T'w " " ' rwmwmmmmmmmmm W. V' -TT ' " . JU71. -" ' A ,. ;'" vu mi',-; .' i T ' t'Jto . .vi ' ' ' I- '-- .v ." is c i T v ., , W3gay.yCT ' Hint 1 oiul s In nt tho front , church on Sunday ami nut door of tho saloon on Mon ', that straight mid narrow n saints walk to ;lory nrul ania railroad lays off l.l.OOO y thousand urn on part time. JBN MAY BE STRONG lifo whether in the homo or lurid If thoy fun keep at hay heniM iieeuliar to thuir sex, voiimn le.ilied how Lyiliu K. V(jjetnlile Cimmmunl, that remedy mode fiom loots and oos to the loot of the trouble ,ri'oine4 mil h s tnpt miii as back end nehei, uei ousiiomh and lr a; they would be healthier, hi il sti oilier. If you Hiitl'er from m of fenule ills why don't J on It will jiay you to do ho. MAN LAFFOON SAYS WITH- VVAL OF INSURANCE COM- NIES WAS PREMATURE. MRS. STEWART TO BE MEMBER OF ILLITERACY COMMISSION Frankfort, Ky., March 27. Mrs. Corn Wilson Stewart, of Morehoad, will bo ouo of tho membors of tho illiteracy commission which...

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 March 1914

'l .v.v . v I &- ;., r m &- r s. . -,.. $ h. : . - k- f ittfru 7 1V I1 . I tt "sufi-v tot ' i it ' ffi J ' M l ' StA, to ' ii e" i'V . ,' 'C f - v Ufe ;W iS r f . str jtf . "V ' , i, , . 7' r- ;&. i. fir stf t.v. &J'-- y '77"3) SET THE FRESH EGGS, also the new fresh Easter Suit. You will find the eggs at your grooer, and the clothes here. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MaysvUIe's Foremost Clothkrs. PUBLICpLEDGElt pilLT Mrs. I'M. II or ton of Detroit ing her .sistei, Mrs. Hurry Oil. visit Mr. Ambrose Tolle left this morning tor Paris to accept u position. Miss Louise Host ;i visit with Mis, A. burg. has returned fioin S. Host at Millui-s- Miss I.oula ltoss from "Tho Pines," Lewis county, is visiting Mrs. Will Gibson. ... Mrs. J. L. MeDnwell of mutton street, is the guest of friends and rel.it Ives in fiermantowii. ... Mossi. Piauk (leriuaun, I'd Keller and Charles Ilaucki- of l'ipley, -pent the day here jestenlny. Mr. M. II. Irvine, who has been visit ing trionds in this elt...

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. — 1 April 1914

4fKw!fp V ' '' 1 . .'','1' ABB 'JY u-ft. ;... -v. .' . J v ' , - i ." s.I' a t' & '. ,1 v k' S'T i R fc- a i &;. I .dtffc." 2 wv'f wm,.:. me5Myw . y?TK?T A J'l& filMSmlr 7flraY ' c i ' BMWg H ! in.in.i. " - ' ' " - "i t i i Hi m - I, JP ' ' ""' , P?! ' PUBLIC wl& WaF; Ilk iSEL ,JnT,.v?rr ,;1, II, , LEDGER n. bi jaRPOMtlOAfiilim V PVBLIO LXDaKB-1199. MAYflVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1011. $mW HHbSHbbV JBBHMmHBfc'm?y!V klnirs nln't divided fair, bv Sonic loaf, while otlu-rs toil; Some folks "Ct nil the wiiii', mill some Uot all tlio cnst'ot nil. Rev. .). 1!. Ilollnii wns a huslucsy is itor yesterd.iv in the city. President Wilson will not be asked to attumt t lie Conference of Hush Men and Farmers in Louisville novt w eek. "APRIL FOOL!" April Fool jolies uie Hying iirnmul the city lmll tuilny. Viet hus are few but intereitiii''. THE PUBLIC LEDGER'S PHONE IS 33 Sinco the Davis Job Printing office has boon purchased by A. F. Ourran and merged with Tho Publie Led...

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. — 1 April 1914

. I j , . 4! iJSSMMflMJMWMButtaiMliMalaaaaaan V $ m . t ! Mi&&& mmjjcu -mgSr, BDGER "bAILT (XC11T 8UMDAT, rOUIlTII or iVLT, THANKRalTINO AKn rllH!TMA. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. LoonUnd Lodk Jinj.aoa Tonpnoqw No. 40. ornoB ruBMC tioain bdildino, MATSVILLK. KT. tf Kf'f"eJ nt thr MYvl11e, Ky.. rotoflice an nctond-clmt mall mnttrr. sunxujtii'j loys-u y mail. On Yr . ..... - ? " NIK tMouin . " Tlllf tt JTlolll.k..,. ............ f 71 UJCUWhM Jtr VAKlllSH, Per Month - CenU Payatiltto Collector at end of MontK. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Pennsylvania's officials give out notice that 15,000 men have boon laid oft' of Eastern lines since January 1, and Friday JJ.'jO were laid oft.' at Al toona. It is declared this is bound to be a factor in the rate hearing. Other roads, in interest of economy, may be expected to follow the Penna. NO MUNICIPAL MOVIES FOR OHIO. - Recently the city of Toledo, Ohio, enacted an ordinance set tint: aside a sum of money to be ex pende...

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. — 1 April 1914

'fc ' . r WjffiJ -A8 V j " JWJ y v i - J 1 V gc:,yu.iiirmRTri fiSh- ' i i'- Ncnrly ovory mini believer that lio will finnlly Invent iiuiiipttilng that will mako lilin rich. , Trlneo Honry of Prussia, lias arrived v at Uuenos Aires on a visit to tho South A Amorlcuii republic. THE CHAUTAUQUA CLAIMS ATTENTION. OUR William Jennings Bryan once said: "The Cliiiutnticitiu ulloiils one of the bust opportunities now presented to the public speaker I'oi illseusmiijf. questions of interest to the public, and on annther owasion Tlieodoie UimwxoW remarked that "the ('liaiitiiiiii i is the most American tiling in Amerii.i, ' During the ste.iinlnu das of duly and August when business lags and eniuimiiM Mies nche for outiloor amusements, u big Chnntauipi'i tent, '.lOxKIO feet, is an Ideal resort, and the eents to bu en joyed here aro eagerly anticipated. Tho piograta, as just announced, has many excellent features and Is well worth tho patronage asked by local backers. This city has alwayrt stood ...

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. — 1 April 1914

I ' ' -tMM- , , , . . mmMnKKHKHH - 1?2 ,' -v ;.-.. . . -i, '; v ?T'T?.t '::' T'f?iliMBMRW RfcVe A 'AVMkr)fc iAii S - f-J Sf J f -.it f..& ', ' , ' f . V T' ; v " . ww7' "S J ' r,-i Cotton Doit rona order, 3,oon freight ,.,.,. ..,.-...... saMMMHMHHHHHMlHM . "SWEET SIXTEEN11 ' "" j I RAINS BRING FLOODS IN M0UN- comos but onco In her lifetime. TTX H'-l i"ii '-t I TAINS. Lot tho portrait preserve the rec- - , -T--ajKSf j ' i1 'f ' p i . ora ox inai nappy ago. a visrc xu . i r y- jmPtT" OF j j . THE FRESH EGGS, no the new fresh Easter You will find the eggs grocer, and the clothes H. Frank & Co. kvHIe's Foremost Clothiers. iLIClLEDGElt Ml Bfe 3330 .f. Smith of Dovei, was a In .Maysville yesteidny. i Osborne Young left yesterday iv. Ohio, for a visit to friends. is. Knnert J.ovei arm irnnK ' are spending a few days in (Jin- JH. A. Robinson arrived borne bat- after u month's stiiy at Hot g, Ark. ss Lida Hiehesoii of Market shoot, ,'es todav for n visit with her mother i (Lexington....

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 April 1914

"Vv? fly r , M l-!" V.'W &: '.V ' , fc, "AiV ' n. nv i. if . J iwtw)ni nnlm w naL 'KfwyiM inimi ' . "M? V & STRAWBERRIES! PUBLIC LEDGER IN. ft' A kvH'- 5 And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our Specialty. Phone Us Your Order. E DINGER BROS., KfiS KA MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. utj.r ruBLXa isotiJiB-m W tlSBfiBWaFTnTrflC Jrm, MQf . 1I?Vbt& 1Ju'waA -llBujflP(. UHrwQyuHS Iivj.DbT uVHflRvPrt WHB3MBHB ; 4- ! ft' A DIFFERENCE. On Saturday a 111:111 will rise, Ami eat then rush away. To hurry down to work ho's wise, For couiintc 1 lls pay. On Sunday mom a man will wake, . With Father Tinio ho 'It jest. In rising lots of timo ho'Il take, Fpr 'tis his day of rest. On Monday morn, alas, nlnck, A man "feels full of Hhirk, And yet he's got to hustlo back And buckle down to work. wo See "The Third Degree," Oem today. S GOVERNOR GOETIIAL8 NOW. Ilinnmn, April 1. The Panama Canal Zone began business today. Colonel floorge V. Gnethnls, by ap pointment of 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. — 2 April 1914

t. ' oir- w. u ,rw -j TiM r: "ft? ";- ' r v.1 .". 9t& -4 I ' '. iiiw.i I'M" t. wftminii ''ii turn mt'K wo p.-'- I in s fi iks . K - 'J? . p. 5?Ut '- !'. H r! Kt m- r- m: h i ftr i& rs RflBoi mmr IBP I MPr:1 HHEf m THE PUBLIC LEDGER tlLT IXCJIT SUNDAY, rOUUTII OT 4DLT, TUANKtOlVlNU AUTI C!HH1TMA . ,, A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. No. 40. ornoE ruBHO ledoiii boiluims, MATaYILME. KT. Looaland Lionit PWpm Telephone KntcttJ at the Mht1Hc, Ky . j''Mfi Jemd-jllnnll "mJJcr' suhsumpuoxs-b r mail. Unit Yarn....... .- oo niKiHautlif. . .". ?o I'er Munll........... 8 Onta Payable to Collector at end of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. In ii suit in Alabama it was contended that a man working nbout an air pump was asphyxiated hy the air discharged. It was said thai an explos ion o the lubricating oil in the conipressed-air pipes and recciyer filled the pump cylinders witli ' noxious gases and caused the man's death. The School Board of Cincinnati recently swept away tho ba...

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 April 1914

iTWiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiiM-BflBW9BBB.iiiEBHi K? I V fj ii i it..." -... -jLi-LTUntijTmvi.i iji.--. - H-.J.JV -u. i; rtm iyiiijuwi llMijm.iiiiww"rpl"w . '? ' m'. - '. ..i -1.- ' '"-'-- ..-r -t'w ' ,.,,....,,,. wayjf,s" 'yfir-isy11 mmwtM&& L"jR.'jywtwWH y" j I A . ! . 'II' rTff J. I mnmk I gm& ,f ; J iBpjffiiifl I' y ' I s - - j.- - -. - - - . - . I -V ROYAL Baking Makes the lightest most delicious and tasty hot biscuit No other baking powder equals it in effective ness, purity and wholesomeness. t 'JUk You can't get n'l'iitntmn foi opti mism by being noisily oliceifnl when the other follow him a tun ot bid hli'K. Elijah lluggins, a fanner ot Shirlov, Ark., was arrested chntged i 1 1 1 having mutilated and beheaded his wife and baby. A petition tor a commutation 01 a respite of the death sentences of the Now York gunmen pending t lit second trial of Lieut. Heckei was tiled at Albany. The Hysterious Grabe Vy fin. C C. iUim.tti (Vin: sr.tu bl.) Tluee yean, i '" is i nest t an fri...

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 April 1914

re , ts i t &-. . . ,!' 1g mi .1 & fs ' '4 '.vT ! ' .. i'r v I'. .A. . MB rv, 7 ". Li. ' ST. re 4 i ! 1 1 i r1. " v. ' t J a:.- ;. - Lv i" r- . i..', B -T 1. fc'r"! ff : ChTTHhrKbbn tUbb, . . . - , J alSO tllC nCW ireSIl easier Suit Ynil Will find tllC CCRS at your grocer, and the clonics here. Geo. H. Frank & Co. MaysvHIc's Foremost Clothiers. County .luilj-n W. U. Kieo rctnined from riiit-inmitl l.ist night. Jlr, .lolin Marshall and William Trout, .Jr., am In Cincinnati. Mrs. Many S. Klli-j leturned fiont Jut Jnit to I'itNlnuj,' esteiday. Mrs. .r. I,. McDowell is isitinu fiionds and rel.itlves In Oi'imiintowu. Mis. Maiy Hnwtmiii of Keruleaf, i visiting MKv Nell Dwlru of Mnriinliiiij:. Mr. A. Gordon Sulsor has returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Coving ton, Mr. and Mis. C. 15. Rlack of Dover, were yesterday and today visiting hi .sister, Mi. A. l- Cumin. 'Mr. Theodore Kirk, of Covington, who has been hoie for a few day. leturned homo esteiday. Mr. W. H. Schweickait ...

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 April 1914

') ' -lrT T1" " " p - ,i.i M . """" I . I , a"5."',.,. ' - ' m i ,VJ. . "r--.( tfV ' '" 1STRAWBERR1ES! SS And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our Specialty. Phone Us Your Order. PUBLIC LEDGER 4H 3 DINGER BROS., $$$ MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. ; ,$F ONE COPY ONE CENT. mwrfl iobiI "ATK M 1 v: - f. I K , h' Mr 5? ite.t& t. ', - Easy. It never is hard to lit- lmy, It uover is hard to bo gay, It novor is lmnl to bo charming, Providing you have your own way. JCiENTEN READINGS ENDED. Tho last of tlio surles of Lenten read ings at the resilience of 'Mrs. E. C. This, tor was given yestorday afternoon, cloa king with that beautiful and pathetic nussionary siory, .uitis iuusuj. a imo 1 Bion, the lesson taught being tho in fluence of a consecrated woman in tno causo of missions and the rich reward Xjicr zeal brought out for tho Master. "Tho Mansion," by Henry Van Dyke dopictlng in a realistic narrative, the true spirit of giving, occupied ono aft ernoon. Selections from the writi...

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 April 1914

:- '&', 'LianM!? .' -4 H If'-. u-.M' -fc fe ' to. &' ..r t. m H 1 L s i hX 1 ' t pi " ;$ t F,y L- ?K Irt'. v- fc 4 X h an: ii Hi iinMlnaailllii jiuol iHiiWH n 'hi " w.fy THE PUBLIC LEDGER niuir ixcirr sunuat, rouRtn or jolt, tHjKiomna AND OURtATMAR. , A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. office rttiilo LcooBit buildino, MAYVIM.E. RT. CooUnd Long Mn QQ I 0 llotsteJ t the MaTwIlle, Ky.. IHislollicc ceonJclwM inall matter. SUBSUUVUIONS-UY HAIL. DHlHIM "U ! ulV One V ..... kla lYfnllltift. DKLlVliRKI) UY SXHR1JIH, rer Momli.,......... -. JW CenU tayaMfto Colltctor at tnU of Monl. ' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Corporate financing in this country last month approximated $100,000,000, a $10,000,000 increase over the corresponding month in 1913. The Journal of Commerce estimates flint the new capital issues by railroads and industrials in .March totalled $129,833,000, against $118,419,000 last year. By a vote of 213 to 3(1 the citizens of Herea showed themselves in favor of a ...

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 April 1914

WrSmm , .JHifrv ' (ffl't hlfefE IE ' ffiflnar MISS ALICE LLOYD Again Riddles 'lie Specious Ar gument of Son .tor James, Who Opposes Woman Suffrage jkpBtaS&BKUlBB She Declares "Prooress Has Mot Her Waterloo" if Ballot Is Denied Woman tSsWt J 1 SBp I. Having declared hlmirlf in uvor of tlm autonomy ol tho St.ito in detcrinlu in! tlio iiuuiiticilloiis ot its elei'toriite ami tlieret'orr oihmmI to tho enfran chisement ot wiiiiicii l) I'Ydeiul Atiit'iitl uieut, Senator .luiui--. iidiiios-eil lilimolt' to tlio mieitioii ot nt't ii in tiiHiiij Ken tucky -vNuiiieu mill tli'i-hucd it luvtliedl jnt on tlio ground timt Kentucky in eludes In her population a lingo mint her of nejru vv union, Here U a member of tlio Anglo- ) Vii I iubi'j in n poiiiioii in poivi'r anil fr'icsjioimlbility, proposing to hamper tin development, iiiul jnni'Moning ol tho wo men of tlio mot advanced laco on tlio globe, his oiwi nice, because of tliu presence of a body of women of a backward iaco; to deprivo tho Sta...

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 April 1914

S &) Jifa,, f .y, v , Vv' ," vt - ry s t. RV jNf fr lr i m ,.a m BBS - ; . . I SET THE FRESH EGGS, ' also the new fresh Easter Suit. You will find the eggs at your grocer, and the clothes here. Geo..!!. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. nsj TOLLESBORO. Mr. C. M. Owens ami wife urn tn tcrtniuin a .son, and Mr. and Mis Jt. (J. llniniick a duunhtor, at their respective homes Dr. Hurdick of this place was called in consultation with Dr. Stout of Martin, neai Covednle, one day List week. Mr. nuit Mrs. W. C. Teaser will soon go to housekeeping-in the Mi. and Mis. U. L. Hurdick house, here. 'Mis. Amanda Fitch, who has licen entertained at the home of her niece, Mrs. Hen Kill", at ltiigRles, during the .winter, has returned to her home here. BftniflrWDr?T SiOSWkfclMlA & y "Not a il n bite," was the report L ..' ' :.f .1... a. .1.:.... ..:.. .. I.1...I.. o k mail, Mr. Georgo X. Ituark, and ids son-indaw, drover Hull, to the waters of Cnliin Creek, Monday, last. H, DaloH...

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 April 1914

SHEHF , '&? i''vnrA S ,i,S2.L,A1Uv. . .w .. its - .r . ' . . 1 4i B.r v b -i r 'ateffaaagHg 'r . ' ' 5 J ! ! 111 li if fcwwwjwn -A 'VKHV ML" ' v.' "L11..-.'.;MUJTT?I Trvv", " i ',- - r-"f.v-- ' ' i, . STRAWBERRIES! PUBLIC LEDGER S And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our S Specialty. Phone Us Your Order. J m m In ?i t i M, s Ul 0lKKI.V BSPO!I.TOAN-im IdllYr VBL10 1.KDOK&-US MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. .? .V a Fixing tlio Blnmo. "For all tlio trouble in tliii land ' I've found the cause," said Bon: li. js 'One hall tlio ioiks are women, aim if Tho otlier half are men." Cincinnati Enquirer. Another cause of all the woo , mat Keeps ioiks looting uurnvu Is tW one half are single, anil The other half arc ninrried. Houston Post. KILLED BEAUTIFUL BLUE HER01. Yesterday morning on tho Everett Bfiglitmnii farm near Maysvillo, his son Robort Leo Brlghtman shot and killed n beautiful and magnificent specimen of the Bluo Horou, which lihd is rarely scon her...

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 April 1914

R.w " ijfiT" T 'V i. U - 4 ' " " ' k ' i mi r1 j . ' ( - " w' iivii.i . ? - r-i. ., .., 1.1- , T'irE- P U'B 11X5 LE:D G7E R ' i jt . ,. ) A . " " "''' Ml"ivr T Y7Y W TvSi "' k l'fjr' 1 l.'iUJtf'TIMS m - t 'e J Ar r k' n. for :s v ft t r. . ft''- (V Ground Broken for the WASHINGTON. Ground was broken February 12 lor tho great memorial which 1b to bo erected In Washington to Lincoln. Ab would havo pleaBod ho groat president, tho utmost simplicity marked tho breaking of tho ground. Tho day was tho ono hundred and on tho "made ground by tho Po tomac, and all removed a tow spades of earth, and that was all tho rites thcro were Of course, thcro were camera fiends and representatives of all great mov ing picture firms in tho country, making fllniB ot the epoch-making incident. It was a freozing dny, with a biting wind, but overybody stood with bared heads aa tho first fow spadefuls of earth wero turned. Thero were a few men and women of tho common people, whom Lincoln loved, thoro to see t...

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. — 4 April 1914

B3B !-1 V 17 : .5 . jrrt ' ' ,-(if "jti 4-. v- y i "!3K'V 6A The Hollow r. . READY PRINTS 'W Admitted to Mails and May Now Be Carried By Parcel Post of Her Hand .' Vfl W"fl - j hD A 8 f t i --j . JO-" .wa m ' Hflflk&L m an. -, i CHAPTER I. March Comes In Like the Lion, Thq train, which had roared through a withering galo of sleet all tho way up-from Now York, camo to a stand till, with many an ear-splitting sigh, ; alongside tho llttlo station, and a re luctant porter opened his vestibule door to desqenU to the snow-swept plat form: n solitary passenger had preached the Journey's end. Tho swirl .. ;of-snow and slcot screaming out of the blackness at the end of the station building enveloped tho porter in nn Instant, and cut his cars and nock with tinging forco as ho turned his back alnst tho galo. A pair of lonely, finlf-obscured platform lights gleamed 'atuously at tho top of their ley posts ,U each end of tho station; two or ;throo frost-lncrusted windows glowed -,'rdully In t...

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. — 4 April 1914

mi h $WrWWii FSpp $W M" v &-, v . A Pt . ?tf .- : S L .' A- v MV (ftf fry lTMyjavy".r?vi''" ME PUBLIC LEDGER iau.t xcirr umAT, rouirni or jolt, tiMMstamxo , - ami cnn!TB. 'A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. ' fJlAfcl KDfi tjOtltf 31nUao. Telephone J- oo I orricB roauo ledoiii nuiLumo, IlO. M. I MATTIM.8. KT. Entered at Hie MnvvMfj jKKflfo'L?'JL coiltiM mall multer. SUliSVJtll'HOXS-nY MAIL. kV Hue Yr. .. ....... (l;Montln. .- ...4 -.. ........... . Per Month. M M Ml t M . . i ..... 7 ..an lnU PaioMcto OoUictorat ttut of Month r ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. J ' ; 0T The medical unmc of plain old Kentucky hook Ayorm is ''ankylostomiasis." Only a club would kill that. If anybody would make mu the greatest king ' that' ever lived, with palaces and gardens, and ""tine dinners, and wine and coaches, and beautiful ' clothes, and hundreds of servants, on condition ' that I would not read books, 1 would not bo a lcing I would rather be a poor man in a garret with plenty of books, t...

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. — 4 April 1914

, F" v. fe4' v 'i ;. ; ! "' ; Si ' J? 1 3. I: "; HS M , jt at.- vi ? Pr fr? !&.'. .V iH f - . Thoro onco wna ti Colonel named JInmill, Who said to hia servant, "Say, Sam 'I, I'vo not had n drink In eight minutes, I think B'gnd, d'yo b'liovo I'm a camel f" Former Governor J. C. W. Beckham will address the voters of Carlisle and Nicholas county at the Oourt Houso in Carlisle, next Saturday, April 4, nt 1:30 j. in. MEETING OF WOMAN'S OLUB. The regular meeting uf the Woman's Club will lie held -it the Public Library this aftciiiiinii at 2:.IO oYluck. INSTITUTE For Sunday School Workers In This City On Ajuil 12. 13, 14, 1911, At First Presbyterian Church. PIWOltAM. Sunday Afternoon. 2:30 Song mid Pr.iyor. 2:10 "Is the Hoy Worth Saving llev. Georgo A. Joplin. 3:30 "The Cultural Value of Bible Study" W. .1. Vaugh.in. Sunday 'Evening Second M. E., South. 7:30 Song and Prayer. S:00 Address Rev. George A. Joplin. 8:30 Address W. J. Vaughan. Monday Afternoon. 2:30 "The General Organization...

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. — 4 April 1914

J I. ft ft m w.- w yi s;' i - 3 .-V." s Ifrtf w A.. 2a 1 f if-; I.. . &f ,Y S a Sri 4 K & ., k . Enjoy New Clothes For Easter Wc ore ready for you in a big way. No matter what may be your wish or taste, wc guarantee to please you. And don't forget that the whole week preceding EASTER is given up to a special showing of Styleplus C 1 7 Clothes Mi "The same price the world over." Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. FEKN LEAF. "Apiil should he wet, Or never harvest jet." Work Is lieauu on the new hom of !Mr. I.ueien Xorris, who hail the mis fortune to lose his house ftom file List fall. Plowing is rapidly progressing P the .McSVtee farm and n few other farms. Measles, contracted in the Minerva neighborhood, are now pievalent in this vicinity. Mrs. Cliiiiles .lone" lias been on the sick list. Mr. Seamen lost :i fine young mare last "week. Miss I.uey Ilulloek came' out from town to spend n few days with Mrs. Mclntyie. , The horse sale of Mr. 0. P. Mclntyie was...

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