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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 April 1914

L 1 r I! L ' . : i H i. . tC F Tho novelty of being nblo to pur chnso anything ono autn goon passes, because wlint pooplo most seek can not bo bought with money. John D. Koclc ofollor. Plans nro being perfected In Wash ington for beginning work at an early datu on an immciiHo flood reclamation project In China. It U being fostored by tho American Ited Cross Sooioty. Tho breaking of :i tail in which four scores of peittoiis cu Hwept from tho deck of (ho fcrrj, Citv of .lelTorsuuvillc, lent exL'itiitiMit to liiptizlng of soenty five negroes iu tlm river at tho foot of Tirst street, Louisville, Sunday. ENDOWMENT OF $500,000 Is Qlvon To Choir, That Financier May Bo Elected Momber. Now York. l'rederick O. Bourne, financier and yachtsman, has given $o05,000 for tho endowment of the choir school of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on condition that ho bo selected n monibor of tho choir. Li explanation of tho uniquo condi tion of tho gift, Mr. Bourne said that he had sung in other choir...

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. — 15 April 1914

B3S4I3 cfw?!$; "t ' ' -v r Y' Xi &4V 'f 'L nr -, 4 4 t' Hfl, WJ L. IS .' ' 5 it iV- ffc V- v SELLING NEW SPRING SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS To Beat the Band Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvillc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC; LEDGER Mm. .lames CuIIimi has returned from : visit to lolatives in Cincinnati. Ilov. W. C. Statesman of Washington was calling on friends the past week. Mr. llany O. Prince ramo up fiom Cincinnati yesterday for a short visit in this eity. m Mrs. .1. Harbour Kusell and sinter, Miss Susie Armstion, aie visiting in Cincinnati today. Dr. II. C. Kehoe, of Piankfort, spent .Sunday here with his liiotheo", Hon. J. X. Kehoe and M. I Keline. II Miss Nannie Tender, of Caldwell Col lege, Danville, is visiting her father, Mr. .1. N. Tenjjer of Third street. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coi-lnan of Cleveland spent Sunday with his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Hnlieit A. ('in-lir.ui. Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Pyles will return to their home in the county, Wednes day after spending the past tour month...

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. — 16 April 1914

TTrf" 'v ST" f ( u syssir i V "1 y. m. -M Kr'ikr vmr , ", . A - "i ii'l ..," TRi.'ft 4,1' .-:v . v Film mhi i urn imii.iyfc in ii i w"yy H K1LM..' Ti ' J V.i i utwym.wwm tt,i I.,, imwrej'iW"ll"fr"M" wrtnwiwa Minnim i m iiin.Mil ww W!jil mil ii wm M r;-' ' : STRAWBERRIES! x4 Sfi' PUBLIC LEDGER S And Other Fancy Vegetables Are Our B Specialty, Phone Us Your Order. DINGER BROS., ffifoSSSS. .! MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. UJll FVBLia LKD(1EB-Un FfcTtt mlmtJfy&tyl-? JUKnaSv '"iBlflni It MA Bfr 4L i z. 1 (. til jR kxLaJu Tho Farmer Man. "Hack on tho soil," that's where ho Is, A-phintin' oats ami corn. He's plowin' tn the country fields From enrly in tho morn, He milks his cows mill thou allows A littlo time to eat. The farmer is tho man to whom A nickel show's a treat. Mrs. M. .1. Flarity rents nt Augusta. is visiting her pa- VERY ENJOYABLE jMii:&M Wi$ " . joyablo T " LET UNCLE SAM GIVE YOU THE FAGTS Government reports ahowthe steady I outnut o...

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. — 16 April 1914

,' ,ix.v ' ?' V x. i;t ' voA yH Efr '-&1 m. V i ' iii 1. -. t irVf-' . ' t-W-, W- 3& & mp ' ,r &. . '. P& At h-' & ge W: i ps :r- & ,,. ? ijfs. : jr rs fr' h- ki -y tf HSE Agi iu.; rjv'wagJWa '"-" r' mw'i i ii niiirTMi jr""'","")..','Tf'wwiwi" 11 i" I I "i litq THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAtt.T txoarr iok iat, toortii or jottt tiuhkmhywo AND CimiKTMAS. A; P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher No. 40. (joctlftnd Lour 3m,noe Ttlaptione (irrior runtia tBinn bdiuuns, MATTILLI. KT. Kntcrtd nt the Miynvltle, Ky .JT-ottoflice in Jon.jlJjiinUe; aaiiauKii"uoxs-iiY mail. One YfHP - " ""f NIxiMooliu.. ..-. ................ m " Tbr4tunUi - " '" DBLIVKRKU U V VARRIKB, Ter M oiith...... 9B ' 1-ayabli to Collector at tnit or Monzn, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ' Clothing lnnnufncturiTs tire not placing large ,; orders for domestics, and the mill trade is reported good'in spots, bad in others and only fair ns a gen- ernl average. The New York Merchants', Association has adopt, ed...

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. — 16 April 1914

I L ..'' fr Vfeii I. Py rr M-,f 4 r, W- fc v. ? Sw h 4laflHf l ' fnflrp ' i ' w-" ..... it - ' ' ' " ' ' " 1 '! 1 1 i' ' " 1 1 ii- - - , i -- r' i i t " , -Kivwn erAo.rrr-i-3anfv. "If you tfilk aliout your troubles, Ami toll thorn o'er niul o'er. TLo world will think you like them And proceed to givo you more."- Abo Ulltncr, who lias been traveling around In nil effort to re.ilUo on his lodgo omblom, soya it lj good for n drink in "wet" territory and n cigar iri "dry." When ti wife dies her husband says: "I would bo a better husband if I had it to do over again." Hut when a hus band dies his wife says: "Well, I did my duty by him." LOOKS LIKE BECKHAM. (The IMnevlllo Sun.) Congressman Stanley denies that ho is about to withdraw from tho race for United States Senator. A Washington dispatch says that reports keep coming to tho Capital that he'll quit tho raco. Tho whisky Interests who .seem to be backing Stanley aie tho mill stoae about hw nook. All indications point to tho nomination...

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. — 16 April 1914

m "H f'- - . f W"fc 'nHjfr" vV $&V!QK m K, i9W r :. ,v , : I ' :f . n-nai -. w -to If , f i (P i . ,? .. Rfc K' m hz .K' 1 S.- !TW fV Btf to- 'fill ' pl? -mm k Em HPr - " m Oil!ll,t'iii'lfk:'-lV-V'J-i.".l."j."il'iJ1"'' ""'""V TEEES We8elIfor$5 for a boy will cost you $0.00 when we OlVE an elephant with tho suit, but as wo GIVE nothing away it only costs you 55, and it's guaranteed to givo "absolute satisfaction or your money back." Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Mr nnil Mrs. W Wikoff are vis itlng in the Kant ' Mrs. Sarah Wilkes of the county was a, visitor to this. city vesterdny. .Mr. Harry S. Kills, agent of tho 1.. & X., is spending a fev days in Cincinnati. - Hon. 12. L. Worthington was in attend ance at Federal Court at Covington yes terday. Hnv. Maurice Wallci and (laughter, Mrs. Shelby Hlatternian will leae May 1st for Portland, Ore. Mrs. Charles II. Wand and daughter, . Carrie, aro shopping n few days in Cin cinnnti f.yiic. cin...

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. — 17 April 1914

$ f ?f; ?fea ffylj iwwojyyi Xm aMtfliMMri.y.t.y.1 -r ijffifritiMw i;wiwwS6 nffPff?w'MnTW'B'3W "$ r.,V 9 ' -.7 Ki-v peiiniESHBifnHHMHMREBRRVMIXaKKHimilHI f "AH II r HBlX A ff 1LP1U1LKJLHJKJ ' A, tfi J And Other. Fancy Vegetables Are Our Specialty. Phone Us- Your Order. DINGER BROS., JSSS U355Si- t MAYGVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. ONE COPY ONE OENtf. IS UJl I" rCJlUO J.KJ)nB-lSti ;?! PUBLIC LEDGER ' V iv . B'K L ' " -, i. ri. !5- 'dt 'rr.j- .jr1 " nxm- ' mm1' mgti Kit i p. ' mm , i'i When you size up jour vestordavs I think you'll find, ni.v son, That you're entitled to Mime irue Tor what you HAVLNT done. Luke. ,. Two stronj; linos in llnieij and I'm dorwoar in u (Jordan D.vo and Poirest Mills. Oot ncquniiiti'd with them. Hold nly in Mnysvillo .it Hunt's. .YESTERDAY'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Tlio auction sales vostonhiy of Mays villc real estate resulted as loliows: Tlio dwelling of Chilli's itnd I'lauh Wright in l'nt l'ourth street was sold to M. .1. Doiiovm foi "f t ,." 13....

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. — 17 April 1914

7WBK53B? vfc 1 i iLiH 5Wi wkM lT ' awr? Vi, 'n v "-i . iii'JfW'' ' - l Ai V -. TT r '- " MA K." . r .; nr THE PUBLIC LEDGER UAit.t-KxoBPt npiirAT. rottnTii or jolt, thaxmoivimo AND CHIUHTHAII. frWlt fj rasssb-bss 7ty. V A. p. CU RRAN. Editor and Publisher. ' J)1tnc Telephone llu ".j.'J MAmiLH. KT. '.Bjttered at the MayvjjjeJW.Jtiojgcj;5J clVV-'il- SUUSUXll'llQliS-Dl' MAlh, A On Tfr ..... --. .- Nix iMonlli- . ........ Tiirto jioiiiti "" DKUVHKKlf UV C UtlUKR, 1CV Jtf Wnth4MMMt... M ..aft Crni 1'ayabli to Collector at tint or Month. 'ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCli. -.' f :sm ft Chicago has been asked to appropriate $1,000,000 to help its unemployed, wngo earners. Anyone who wants to hiss Richmond P. Ilohson is now informed that lie is iu need of consolation. "Walk 'right up ladies,' he is just as used to it as you can possibly be. Frankfort State Journal. In 1912, 23,000 bushels of Argentine corn were fc "imported into this country and during the first ?$- ''vthrcc months 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. — 17 April 1914

tWMmML VTSEfflwEBPKcnw'l WW? fa ' V r. ML . .' Xr- L jfp5jf 'sii m. s&assssi , This ilojio will, do you pood, old buck, If you nro not too dense; You'll find thnt nil tlioro Is to luck Is good linrd common sense. TjuUc. Buck Kilby says a tunn may hnvo . nioro money than lirnius and still bo , . evouution proof. A good many have forgotten who James A. (Inrfleld was, hut thoy all re member his rontompoiaiy, .John I;. Sill li Villi. FRUITIREES Will Bo Planted Along Beautiful Na tional Road. Columbus, Ohio. Inhmiv Ajipleseed's . successor is tho Stato of Ohio. Pruit trees of all kinds will ho plant ed along tho new National ro.id fiom tho Peonsylvania lino to tho Indiana line, under the diioetioii of tho State Highway Pejiaitniont, us fust as that road is improved, State Highway Com misdtucr .lames It. Market announced. This is onu feat mo in a general n heme of benutiflcnlion of tin-, road. Mr. Maiker saiil that the kind of trees to lie planted at dilleient pl.iees depends on the n...

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. — 17 April 1914

v- ,, I ?.. .. U; l' .T4' & i i4' s. Jir'- j J.V- ft r Sis I ! it !: f.K J ,v i, UH-. . ,. v.. ST M ' K 0mmmm&MajaMmtpmmhMitA)i m PxxiHj SUITS We Sell for $5 for a boy will cost you $0.0(1 when Wo GIVE an elephant with the- suit, but ns wo GIVE nothing away it only costs you S!, and it's guaranteed to givo "absolute- satisfaction or your money back." Geo. H." Frank & Co. Mavsville's foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC: LEDGER Mr. Hurry Haildoy' is Uniting rela tives in Covington. L. T. (laobke wns a business visitor in tin? (Jueoti Citv vostorday. " ' .Inline A. M. .1. Cochran lett yester tiny for Frankfort whore In it holding eour.'. .Mr. V. V. Hall left for Vani'i'hurj: and lator to Menifee County yestonlny mnrniti''. Hanker Clarence Wood and Attorney .7, M. Collins wore in Hroukville yester day on business. . Miss Catherine Owens of Manchester, is the uest of Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Davis of the count . Mr. Chniles Cahal, the Miuket street -limber, leturued home yesteidny after i...

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. — 18 April 1914

TirarKJTW - J21 . TVV ' "21(JL-i ; - . - -. - - Tg ? :;;awy A W i - W uw dJutf4.V.1 -M-fr fj. . m., . ''"M") 'jmpr '""! r J" r ra V . i.H.waw S2 v " ;i HOUSE CLEANING TIME. PUBLIC LEDGER ;;- You will ue"ed MOPS, BROOMS, SCRUB BRUSHES, AMONIA, DUTCH CLEANSER, SOAPS, BUCKETS, SAPOLIO. Phone us your wants. ' DINGER BROS., fcPuZSXfc. f)lA&r RKPLK.lOAA-im MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1914. - ONE COPY ONE CENT. ! H232SGSKm.TC hz He'd oat his luiieli In a minute; JIo lind no time to spare. At ft mounted fish in a window, HoM stop tin hour to stnre. SABBATH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. Whou our Sunday Scliool workers get to talking nbout per capita attendauco permit us to refer tlicin to tho Sunday School nttondnnco at Majficld, Keu tueky, Inst Sunday. Ma field has a pop ulntlon of 8,000 and tho attendance at tho fii Sunday Schools was a Httlo more than .1,."00. Almost 2,500 of these were, represented in the Christian and Tirst Baptist schools. This attendance was not tho result of a ...

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. — 18 April 1914

snrnawwm tW'ra-ll UP "Ht"!!"" . I" H L E D G?E J., ,V.'i'Ka"' ?? STuJM '-T'J' V i i aUBIC . .3.' Ti -" r ! ? . ' 'A. i i . :. j i-r.v ,.':' wwr i , . rar "f. . . !? m l 'i U' ?K i - -. kit" . u& ' ... . K , . N : " R i-v r ''f' tt ""'' J. f3T f t"L 1 r - A' BEQUEATH 7 BILLION K&", - Demise of Vanderbilt and Others Breaks the Record. Ator Estate Paid Largest Inherit- ,ance Tax Since Enactment of Law t With the 8um of $3,150,000 Many Rich Men Die. Now York. With the death recently ot Qoorgo W. Vanderbilt, Goorgo West lnghouso and John L. Cadwalador, of flclala In thb state comptroller's of fice lti this city bogan a tabulation of the wealth loft by tho largo number of promlnont Now York men who hayo died since January 1, 1913. It Is estimated that tho total amount of wealth passed on to tho next genera tion by tho doath of theso men Is mora than ono billion dollars. Tho stato comptroller at Albany re ports that for tho year ending last Soptombor tho total amount ot rev onuo co...

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. — 18 April 1914

ICHEIDJGIEIR J Mt,M ' The Hollow '' ' IS SREENG FEVER HEALM H v 1 it? f vr KjV. SYNOP8I8. Challls Wrandall I found mtirderedln a rond houaj near New York. Mrs. Wran lntl Is uummoned from tho city and Iden tifies the body. A young- woman who 5 companled wrandall to the Inn and nut Hcquontly disappeared. Is suspected. Wrandall, It appear had led a say life nnd neglected tils wife. Mr. Wrandall atnrl back for Now York In an auto dur Iiir n blinding snow storm. On the way she meets n young woman In tiro road who proves to bo tho woman who killed "Wrandall. CHAPTER II. Continued. "There was nothing left for me to lo but that." "And why did you rob him?" "Ah, I had ample tlmo to think of all that. You may tell tho officers thoy will find everything hidden In that farmhouse cellar. God knows I do not want thorn. I am not a thief. I'm not so bad as that." Mrs. Wrandall marYclod. "Not bo nad as thnt!" And she was a murder ess, a wanton! "You are hungry. You must bo fam ished." "No, I am not ...

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. — 18 April 1914

r H iBPfrlB.f T . BSSSMSSKtiSSSSSSSi!i eaessssaasjas THE PUBLIC LEDGER wilt txcart OKDAi, rooRtn or jolt, tiukksoitiko AND CliniiTMAt. it-jH..,. -. kui .! - r . .. -.- -i ,-" . - .it. . . mi.. , aVFiMIMSTirfflMW inr -'irr1 "i n lnrTf-T "'" i; '"""rf1 '"Tri' f !"' ' 'fr-'T r';-'"- "-"" '1 j l ' ' T T . -" . r V- A.tl. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. piitMietTet'lion No, 40. orrlOE runuo lf.dobb miiLMrio, -ITSriM.K. KT. StL Entered nt the Maysvllle. Ky- r-ostofflce a sceondclflss mall mailer. SVUSVltU'lJONS-D Y JIM I. ena'mr.. -. -- - J" NtXHonlbu.-, -, - ' " Tlirf'.rtitUi.......... ,..-... .-m. " . DKLlVKItM) 11 Y VAR111SR, , Per MoiHU........ ........... ...M Cenia J'nvabltto Collector at md of itontli. ALL-SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANUu W,z ht v Mavbe thoso two reserve bunks were given to Missouri to console her i'or the loss of the presi dency. Oweilsboro Messenger. THE ELEVENTH HOUR MOVE. Having resisted all other provocations to invado Mexico, are we are al last lo do so merely to ...

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. — 18 April 1914

II k gB-g iv K-S rr - i fit 4 ' i MwiSiiWpW'WIiPliPi' f t WlPWPm ' J)!P! !V!pwwipifpiwp ; HHBng c ii .- -.. .. i -- - y v 71 " , ."i--i" t i v Wm- JWffil ..iwi- -. j. , -.-.w:;rjreg.isMiiir - y i L-gsri?qi'-----n. .imjm jtjfcMrirTwu-w.i ,:,.,,. irTiTnni.. .ir..-r , 1 , J " 1 - - ' - - --. - v " p. .1 V "J CI Clothes. A few more months nnd wo will vlcv? With fear sweet sister Nan, In Boo-mpro skirt and pook-a-boo, And a thick coat of tan. Luke. About nil a man loams from oxperl or. o is that h0 is his own best friend. Nothing is so humiliating to a twelve-year-old boy as to bo seen in company with a girl. A womiin clings to her husband not bo much btvaiiMi he nilmlre him, but because ho is bun. If a murr'fod man wishes to start a controversy with his wlfo lot him ex press tile opinion that some other wom an is good-looklii;;. Miss Lula Baugh left yesterday morn ing to spoud tho week-end with her 'uncle, Mr. Frank Bree70, of Mt. Curmcl, who Is seriously ill. Plans for tho entertainmen...

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. — 18 April 1914

RiSl PJIfW -". j '1 l-.l.-V id'Mgfi&Wi'l' T ... WliPfW v -'"- f-' v MWpSi!;l!Vi.1:' ."' m,-ff'ii I t,"f i9 '? $'- &r: ,'J 1 ' ".- & :w .. r -T- iS A' J." v. , A) w ": r v - , v. ' V. l".v A It' ftf !l el rf - rc ': nW ', ." ' !- Vhl I , &- m- r B;i t -, Br Hn k a ' -:- "VV (N t ,,I:,:E3:H! SUITS We Sell for $5 for a boy will cost you $0.00 when wo GIVE an elephant with tho suit, but as wo GIVE nothing away it only costs you 5, and it's guaranteed to give "absolnto satisfaction or your money back." Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvllle's foremost Clothiers. PUBLICIiEI)OEU Mr. CI. II. Hisliop ii nt homo spending tin' week Willi hi1 lamlly. Hi. C. It. Daw Mm was culled lo I'in Of mill t i tliis morning on business. l.nlmi uiiinii uIIIi'ihU oppmod 'ol ficioncy systems" holme tlit Federal In ilustiinl Itelntion- Commission. ISeorge Albert 'I'owiisend, who many "oars ago wrote under the inline of "Until," died in New YoiU. k PLANTED 51.57.0 TREES IN CINCINNATI. nufing the week...

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 April 1914

rMMfEP PPOQ Leading KetMiors m UllNLyJbK JLSKUO., 107 W. Second St. 5 eiHRWiiMwnnfi ONE COPY ONE CENT, r"f I P i in,- i. l ,"- Tho ofilco fan, as spriu; uilvpnc?', Clots Into quite u pliftbt. lie talks nil day of poiinnt chances Ami has to woiksat 1 1 i ght. REV II. J. EAMEY VERY ILL. Tho many friends of tlu Rev. II. J. Ramoy, of Salt Link, Hath County, will regret to hear of his serious illness. Airs. Win. M earns has returned homo after being at tho bedside of her fatlior, Rev. Haniey, and his condition is no better. Rev. H.uuey is 7."i years old and was a former pastor In a eliuieh in East Maysvillo. WILSON IS SURE ENOUGH GETTING MAD. 1'resident Wilson is said to bo dis pleased with Nelson O'Shiuighuossy, 'American charge d'all'airs at Mexico City, because of his belief that O'Hliaiighnessy is too niurlt m sympathy with the cause of lluerta. However. O'Shaughnessy will doubtless bo retain ed at the post, as the president could not send a new representative to the Mexican capital ...

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 April 1914

tew i w fc.'.& l,V - 'J: ' L i W- -. v r p ' L' W v . 3 I . ' o "flrwaifttf!?g? lgKg-1 franftfc WW WSftrsr :.Ti"p'n5giiigtt.".i',rA.i'-''r; !-: '' ""'v "flv.'i w -,rr-"j:,i-ir!'Vvr?' I I jytJMI 'J .3.- ..w "'L-'JBBC.' - J- '-'JI-.J.'1 ?".;"' aijnji t on "Hj. THE PUBLIC LEDGER niiLT-EXoirt dusuat, rountu or jolt, TiuHMnmmi ANt nintsTtiAB. . A. P. CURRAN, tiooal null lidtiK OlManeeTiMupnoM No. 40. - Editor and Publisher. orricK ruBLio M!i buimhno, MATflVIM K. KT. ft no . i no . 7ft IJfiSCednl.lJie.MwvHIr. Ky . I'o.toflU-r a hCeouil-cLM m.il miilU-t. sunaviuviioxs-ji r maiu. On- Vpnr Nil. month. & Itiinlll. . ....... DBUVxnicn a r vAitaixa, pvr mimiiii :;; j"3'"" Payable to ( '( Cor altinljij Moni, ALLSUBSCRIPT10NS CASH IN ADVANCE IVurson llobson Miss Alabniiui kissed Riclinnl bood-bvc. Cyiitbimm Demoi-rut. V An exchim. in commt'iiliiifr the new hotel bill, says the Legislature overlooked the bed bug. and wonders why an ollicial Bug Inspector was not provided for in the bill. P...

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 April 1914

t& JR2Pf r CTCS' 71 T" lfT J ' ?VifrC$itfrr1l 1 "an . u ? -: . v ? The HtiiiRlojit man In Jamestown, the Optimist pays, loafs around tho tlrug st'or in tho liopo that tho odor of tho drugs will euro his cold. . Opponents to tho Hobson prolilbl- tioiiy umuiuliiu'iit resolution hope to pigeon hole the resolution In Commit tee, It is stated. SPELLING BEE AT X.EWISBURO. Tho I.ewiMiuiy School will glvo n Spoiling Match mill ico cream supper :il tin'' .School hmwe N.iturdny evening, April lSlh. All aie cordially jn Itcd. SQUARE DEAL IS DEMANDED FOR THE AMERICAN CHILD Normal Birth, Physical Protection, Joy ous Infancy, and a Usofnl Educa tion, Aro Doclarcd the Birth- rights of tho Little Ones Of Today. (By lMward T. Dovine.) (Chaiitlus mid Tho Common Press Bureau.) In certain cotton raising district of the South thcro is a strango saying that cotton and ignorance go naturally together. A man 'a wealth that is to 'not his well being, which would be Sit enough, hut liK money income fnoas...

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 April 1914

HbKKm711 wmM&Bmstii sFXli$-rW ' "W" ' & L' ri A r J.i &J n ji ii A'1 I - E- . T ftARY RAYMOND 5JMIAN ANDREWS1 (AUTHOR J TTiC PIRFTCr TRI0U1T, THC DdTEr? TREAdUhT, ETC.. ILLUSTRATION K ILL5VORTft YOVNG corrftHW $j er cooos Atmmu ccytwY "ft U U u synopsis. Francois DeaUpro. a peasant babo pf three years, after nn amusInB Incident In which Marshal Noy IlKUrcs, la mado a Chevallor of France by the Emporor Na poleon, who prophosled that the boy might one day bo a marshal of Franco under another Ilonaparto. At the ago of ton Francois visits General Baron Gas pard Qourgnud, who with Allxe, his ovcn-ycar-old dauKhter. lives at the Chateau. A soldier of the Empire, under Nripoleon ho nrcs the boy's Imagination wltK stories of his campaigns. Tho boy becomes a copyist for thu Roneral and learns of tho friendship between tho Ken era! nnd Mnrquls Zappl. who campaigned with tho general under Napoleon. Mar quis Zappf and his Bon. l'letro, nrrlvo at the Chateau. Tho Kenernl nKrecs to ca...

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