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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 5 May 1914

," ; ' '.- l .W l?v' u v s '. ' ' 4-x ... illilteH iKiiio: ' jftn''''ff""if'v'wM S- . Tn1 4m Vai) ni1 T fft vltn Tn.r1 A4tWJ iV V" AU Vkt' v .J., ...tun 'your own business and tell no lies, don't tret drunk ami deceie your wives, : ffiw i.ai... .1tlt nn.1 nttt-nrfinn Kilt ffrtm men of onterprlso, is the best counsel uader tho skies. Exchange. Hookworm conditions along tho Pan nma Canal will bo investigated by Dr. Joseph Hill Whte, of tho Public Health Sorvlce. i SUOII A FOOLISH QUESTION. "Tell me." ho sighed, "tell mo. . beautiful maiden, what Is iu your heart?" Tho Vnssar girl gavo him a look of icy disdain and then voueh-safed the monosyllable "Blood 1"N. Y. World. JACKSONVILLE ELDER Writes Characteristic Letter Regarding Loss of Appotito. lo says: nol is just the thine it summer, winter, fall or sprint. Follow directions, take it right, It vill save your lagging appetite. 'i know for I hav0 tried it. For wcokr I could scarcely cat enough to keep A, snake alive. 1 have taken three...

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. — 5 May 1914

jt Vb JV ww . . rvv,. 'A-' M Efc 1 . &. tPw ,V?i"i ."' ph '.Kir Uf ERgftH . . Mf.. . , Make Your Home With Os Circus Day. J;; Bring the Children. f Plenty of Good, Pure, Filtered Water For Them. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. JVIILT PUBLIC; LEDGER Today is County Court day. RIVER NflWS. River 22.4 feet and falling. MEXICAN SITUATION A POWDER MINE Tho latest news from Mexico can bo interpreted to moan poace or war. Tho situation in Moxico Oity is so tenso that Huerta may resign hia usurp ed presidency at any minute. Despite tho flabby attitude of Wilson and Bryan at Washington tho outlook simply spells WAR. BASEBALL RESULTS , YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Ohio Stato League. Chillicothe, 4; Lexington, 2. Portsmouth, 5; Charleston, 1 Hutttington, 6; Ironton, 4. Newport, 12; Maysvillo, 10. National League. Pittsburgh. 2; Cincinnati 1. -11 in- ings. - Chicago, 4; St. Louis, 3. American League Detroit, 9; Cleveland, 5. Chicago, 0; St. Louis, 1. " STANDING OF THE CLUBS. O...

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. — 6 May 1914

faxd 5WrftV- " XmWLfJMmf2" lKPg PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All cf the Quaker Brand. We have them. nTrNirRP DDHQ leading jretailebs. VLlyKjElX tStVJOM jpy W.8ECONO STREET 8 BBBBiHBK ?f U " : s.?-- o.wtu, -. , ,.-iJ't.ti, . , . .., , ttwsaaafaiiBi&iUJta.uiaMaLi.., K -,-,..- 1 -JlllKriTBMSv;'"' " -''"-'V-.fiff - -ii.rl",m--' am-rrv I, ,.,; nu,ii j i.u..j. .( ,J ' ""'"" ' , TT-jni TTU--- rr r'rMli 'x'lrvk 1 ;: PUBUC g LEDGER , HJe? --- - - mnn iijLi-inn. n.i-i rn 11 1 T - -- - - -- rinni iiiiu'u1.iijuuLn n nni-i n -un-rji nnnnnnn - 9 K' A-'r7flool"4 MAYBVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1914. ONE COPY ONE OENT. BcbLv. HSi X IB" b 5 I Kir M v Jp ' HI A t . r I to.' wm28&ss.m Mff. I Honor Declined. A yotfag theologlon named Fiddle Refused to accept his degreo, "For," said ho, " 'tis enough to bo Fiddle, Without being Fiddlo, D. D." Philadelphia Ledger. All new designs In Wall Papor and Bugs at HENDBICKSON'S. Attacked by a negro M Evansville, the screams 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. — 6 May 1914

4H"m; mm nil i in r!i m pi- If "mSHk, 8i MBBmi1 'Mi? I ' S3WBfcfeM in " l" mMJj i II 1 1 will t1 m" J ' J THE PUBLIC LEDGER .Jr'MS. ( ' jr.tir t. .. K i r;tfc a. p. aee ja tUltt BXCWt BUHBAT, rOOMH OT JOLT, THAXKSOtTIKO AMD cnlTA. OURRAN, Editor and Publisher. '&. ?tv 'Local and Lode Olntancw Telephone No. 40. ornoR rtJBLio ledoxii noiLoixe, X AT.YIM.B. KT. flnttrcd at thcMavsvllle. Ky.. rottolBcc a. gceoml-cUm mall matter. SlWaVJlirilONS-BY MAIL. r V.y . Mac 1fer...-. 'lx Month-. Tar Mon tn... M.t a oo i oo niet.iVJtntcn JIT OARR1SS. rr Month m " Payable to Collector at end or Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. 1 1 V . tflh. CALEB HAS HIS FENCES IN ORDER. . Representative Caleb Powers has returned to "Washington after a prolonged visit in his Congres sional district. He announced that he will seek rcnomination for Congress and stated that, judging from all he could learn while in the district, he will .be renominated without serious opposition. THOUSANDS RETURN TO THE U....

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. — 6 May 1914

l iflJV St M I r ,, V - mm i M aH '$&.',. sssaH hHW.11 ' aaaaaaM HIHI t " R VaaaaHlLmSRL. dS S ffiSTOSfP- ' ' ' R?W?i!W5,f .. r yv v. -v w nmRRRW?" i ' ' -a; IIHAplW5WKdiniri'i.iiii ilnilHi " 'i 1itBWK'iWWi nil""-' "'""""' Fl I ""' iimi iitmi n vryr i ttp' """" '"' jniin l Mil -mm nTyiliii TtV-VB''h 'I m-i it t ' i . . . . . ...-. I If' Jrt Ono rcnson why Billy Sunday's Oir cus always plays to good buslnoss is bo cnuso pino peoplo out of ton liavo to bo convortod all ovor again ovory year. "When a man saya, "I'll consider it," lie already has ilono so and has decided to do nothing about It. Bradstrcet's says that excellent ro ports as to crop prospects striking con ' trast with advices of irregularity in trade nnd industry. Threo persons nro missing and tlireo are marooned in treetops in tho South Canadian Klver near fleiiry, Okla., as a result of tho Hood which swept away tho Hock Islnttd steel brldgo that cost $125,000. Maj. W. A. Holbrook, commanding tho Federal forces in Col...

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. — 6 May 1914

' V Y & AflffiS--, ' i i i m i -. . . -i- . . - ... . ' ' ,...,.-.. ,-.-..- .. I . r ' r , I -r , ,. . . . , j... ... . . JplfuiT CASES AND BAGS ?Geo. H. Frank & Co. ' Maysville's Foremost Clothle-rs. . OilLT PDBUClLEDGER Hold It Up To Praise as you cortalnly must, after sampling our exceptionally fino Ryo Whisky. Every connoissuor of good, pure and wholesomo Ryo makes this brand his favorite after tho first trial, because it pleases his palato and never gives him a headache. Wo are soliciting family trade nnd know that evo-y house should havo a bottlo of this Byo in case of omorgoncy. 0. H. P. Thomas & Co., 120-122 Market Street, MAYSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING WANTED. LAUNDRY Woo Juno Laundry, 225 ''Market street, will call for and dc u livor all work and wo guarantco sat isfaction. A10-lm WANTED Young girl to stay with small family of three. Write Mrs. Cash Brevard, Augusta, Ky. l-6t FOR RENT. FOB KENT Flat of six rooms over the grocery of Bierley &...

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. — 7 May 1914

J I 1 - IF tA ! f m to & ?.v f A f y v. I v- 8 If ; s r - fab MjlKLS RRPVBUCAN-im tAiL y tubl:o LEnaKE-isn. Whoopeo! Eat, drink nntl bo morry is A snylng wo'vo all heard; Another ono Hint's common is "A bottlo and n bird." But oftentimes wO folks forget, Our happiness is roused; Instead of drink aMd merry bo It's drink and nil get soused. All now designs in Wall Paper and Bugs at HENDRIGKSON'S. Two hundred and fifty Mohammedan Albaninns were crucified and then burn ed by Epirote invaders at Kodia. EXAMINATIONS FOR COMMON SCHOOL DIPLOMAS. Tho commcta school diploma examin ation will bo held May 8th and Oth at Maysllck, Minerva, Orangeburg and Sardls and at my oflico, beginning at ! a. m. JESSIE 0. YANCEY, Supt. (SHI Will It Pay Me To Buy a Cream I I Senarator? 1 A:k vnnrcnlf thic niiPQtfnn Fnrmprc thpn Hrnn M in the next time you are in the machine, explain it to you, and you will find your jj answer. This is the season of the year when you most need a Separator, so don't put off...

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. — 7 May 1914

i S ! K S9S rr J i f;- f . 94 6 J $THE PUBLIC LEDGER uailt czcxn dmiT, roontn or jolt, TnAXMfltvfNO AMD CtllUrTMAI. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. No. 40. JiliUnew Telephone! bookiBDd bone orrici roBLia lrdsm boildinu, MATRV1M.V. KT. flntertd af thcMayvlHe. Ky.. roitoflice in ctond-clai tnnil matter. aUB&OHll'HONS-BY MAIL, Ont Vwip........ Nix Month., Tlirctt Jloulli... . 8 00 .. 1 00 .. 7B nxn.lVKllKll 11 V () ARM Kit. . Month .. ...... ............. ...93 Cent ravable to Colltctor at end of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. No American has profited a single dollar by the SLl vnflnntinri in 1iitinn t.lm fnrPlffllGtV ttlld tllC for- T-f . , eigner alone, gets the benefit of the Tariff reduo- ?& tion. 'Jfe :. . JySMORE CLOSED THAN OPEN SHOPS. ' One by one the beet sugar factories of California, )", &s elsewhere, are closing. Unless the Woodrow W. fi administration reverses its policy there'll be more s closed than open shops in this country when the . campaig...

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. — 7 May 1914

;uii v- I3B3S njmiin.i.mwii-'""'Ti-i ' h'iiwhi .i. . TODAY ! Plartt KiinbiiU Yduug and Earje 'AVfllJama In "HER HUSBAND," Special Two-Reel Vitagraph Feature. Musical Seleotion "Alma Where Do You Live?" Played by Bullett'a Orchestra GEM "ROBIN HOOD" The stirring life of the great adventurer, known to every man, woman and child. A Thim- houser production in four Reels. FOR SALE! PERFORMANCES START DAILY AT 1 P. M. PRICES G AND 10 CENTS. $ WW."1!!. &' IX $.'' M tt r r v-vf i ;S i!" W. 1 V- o i .- m fir v. : X' V & 1-yV V. - My - , II aaBH THBHrr V V H mmw- t ' Undo Zoke Rainbow Soz Bruddor Tobo Mosely ob Mt. Zion Church SC7. dat do reason ho ain't go no time toh think nbout do lawd is dat ho lias toh think po much about do lau' lawd. Louisville Times. BISHOP'S ASSIGNED Methodist Episcopal Prelates To Pre sido Over Conferences Named. Philadelphia. At tho mooting of tho Board of Methodist Bishops hero tho Assignment of bishops to preside over tho annual conferences of tho church ...

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. — 7 May 1914

-- ii'jiw "i4iMi'i''iiiii'iii r? i i' ' ini"l iir.MMi.rSLt..? '- 1 " 1 4 .' 3$k v ?t 3f Ett 1 -!. 96? ' J K. W' - IP SUIT CASES AND BAGS Geo. H. Frank & Co. Hnvsvllle's Foremost Clothiers. . OilLT PUBLIC; LEDGER FEKN LEAP. A few farmers aro through planting corn, Tho Franklin school closed last Prl day with a Ashing party. The school "waoon has resumed its - -0 ... driwy- trips after a vacation of week. Tho Mhierva teachers attended. ho K. E. A. Ono case of measles Ethel Dwyre. Mr. and Mrs. Henry llaughaboo vis ited tho family of Casper llaughaboo, Sunday. Mr. Prank Goodwin and wife, Tom Goodwin and family, visited mrs. Or Haughaboo, Sunday. The meeting at Hebron has closed. Platonic Love is always safe when tho fellow is hi Maino nnd tho girl is in California. Cantcloupcs and eggs are not the only things a man gets fooled on. He ofton judges a woman by her telephone voice. BASEBALL RESULTS YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Ohio Stato League Charleston, 2; Ironton, 0. Othor games postponed on ...

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. — 8 May 1914

MHBHJHMVJHJHJHJHIHJHJHJHJPB JKRKSS!3SxKP:3SS3janJ J.. -,v .' '-' -..- : . ..-, . . ' , - . .-. &,ij&.ii3JL&. . BfflKig?sS iw--r?gwrr ",'ij'1:11 uvzsss PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT I? IP An of the Quaker Brand- We have them. ONE COPY ONE CENT. HINHPP PPfiQ LEADING RETAILERS. U11NOJDK SKUOM 107 W. SECOND STREET ikMiiHiwwwiiii i "!gww'wrwy4MHPti mMBU-,, ' . ' z5S&&z " l-:: PUBLIC MA LEDGER ' -. I fill Buffi Mi flat!: ' mm-min-:wmxr.miim. . na, i r.Yftrv. 3lkH -waU Mil .?- ' 1' Kfc fflfSvffiSISSSfiatt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. 1 & ' Sad Sight. Fluffy Ruffles hns tho snuffles, Throat is soro mid gritty. Eyelids tearful make a fearful Mess of loo' Ing pretty. All now designs in Wall Paper and Bugs at HENDRIOKSON'S. Mr. T. M. Russoll nnd several friends motored out to Lexington this morn ing to seo tho openittg "ball game. .SB 4S NOTICE. ;v Messrs. Frank II. Clark, W. E. Stall cup nnd Wf T. Cummhis have been ap pointed surperviso...

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. — 8 May 1914

' a; i' -5K- s THE PUBLIC LEDGER DAltr mcrW bukday. xoonttt oVotTi TnANKorra A. P., CURRAN, Editor and Publisher No. 40. orrioK ronua lkuqkh buh-uihui NATftVILLI, KT. tioaiU w) LobR 1 Olntincf Te'ephovs vBntt'red ftt theMTle. Ky.roitomce as BCtomlctaM mnl) matter. UHLltlflUN!M JMi Onn Ytr. Nix CTontlia. . g:i no lfthf llOtlltl MM .... DSL1VSRH.D BY OARlilKB, r tloiiili mmmm. .-...- a0 "! aygftUlo C'oH.ctor at rii o; JontA. Li UViLlWJllON6 CASH IN ADVANCE vw i -JS The Bull Mooscrs arc Sitting up and sniffling the political alfalfa Teddy is coming. I., - " HOUSE OP LORDS REJECTS WOMAN SUFFRAGE. The woman suffrage bill was rejected by tho House of Lords by a vote of 101 to GO. . Among those -who voted for the bill wore Vis- V 'count Morlev. of Blackburn: the Archbishop of ' L ' Canterbury and the Bishops of London, Hereford., "i Bangor and St. Asaph. Those voting against the bill included the Mar quis of Landsdowns, Viscount Eshcr, the Marquis of Salisbury, the Earl of Ilalsbury and th...

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. — 8 May 1914

M . tV .V; -'f '",? '" T. .'.T- .-"TO "W & " M- ? . t ?w f T,1 $ .(V , xw$ -.iA V3 ,- V lv 1 OCv iMW. ' vj" . wi-i j G'SJK & M& F m , h'' w K'-WW jp-T. U 1-4 J A man always gets innil If another nuAi stands up In front of him between the scats in a -summer cur. But ho will ildo clear pnst his street if a plump girl docs it. Tho kind of niiiu who can't borrow n dime can always mnnngo to borrow about $10,000,000,000 worth of trouble. WILSON GOES TO.OIROUS. Washington, May C. President Wil son throw aside tho cures of ollleo to night and went to a circus. Armed with n bag of peanuts for tho elephants, he forgot the Mexican qucxtibn and tho Administration 's legislative program, while ho laughed at tho antics of clowns atoil marveled nt acrobatic stunts bo nc'ath tho big tent. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. (Fleming Gazette.) Tho t'ligngctnent has been announced of Mr. M. II. Kendall and Miss Anne Van Arsdoll, both prominent young peo ple. Tho wedding is to take plaeo June 10. Tho an...

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. — 8 May 1914

ai! -y M i ' L . W " -" - " .w,!,tltflil-w,T.'::r.v,'Tiiig K j ift X I itK ?- 4& jA ( -. K .s "V m s r n l is- t , SUIT CASES AND BAGS Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. pILT , PUBLIC LEDGER Mr. D. C. Franco of Lexington is spending a few dayji lioro on business, and is tlio guest of his brother, Dr. J. M. Frazeo. Messrs. T. T. Kirk, James Finch, "SUion Clift and Sheriff John Clarke lqft ting morning for Loulsvillo to nt tend tho races. r Mr. Busscll Grconleo of Detroit, Mich., is spending a few weeks here with his parents, Councilman and Mrs 0. Greenlee of Wost Third street. Mrs. S. Straus tas a business visitor in the Queen City yesterday. Miss Christine Yarell loaves today for several days' visit in Newport. "FRANK AGAIN FAILS TO SECURE ' A NEW TRIAL. Atlanta, Ga., May C Judgo Hill, of the Fulton County Supremo Court, de nied today tho extraordinary motion for a new trial for Leo M. Frank, the young factory suporintendiUt under sentence of death hero for ...

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. — 9 May 1914

wvm 3SCSMBaSBgBI "mm ' . PUFFED RICE COMPRESSED OATS OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All of the Quaker Brand. l'- -M i PUBLIC LEDGER We have them. VSfWVVV UrtcRLY RXPOiiJ.iOAy-zm. Vail rrontia usvaKS-un MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. wmmmWMwmwmmmm SS2S!2S HlBIJIIWWIIililTW'H'li IMIiMy.' f IMtifc : - " ': . iiLfefu ... . 'K.i WIS flirt MfcaaWB- F It illnCmV illvYayfM liwjB't fc AK' frj" -. ""' ' .. W,' 7 " " S 'j & ,n I ISL-'srttrt K)j)i MUM .UPt.VTi : '.?. Now Iieavo3. Prom now until tho now year ends, This my resolve, atoil naught can swerve it: I will not knock my various friends Unless my various friends deserve It. Exchange. Master Gordon Simons, tho little son of Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Simons of Forest avenue, who has been very 11 with scar let fever, is improving nicely. NOTICE. Messrs. Frank II. Clark, W. E. Stall cup and W. T. Curnmftis have been ap pointed surpcrvlsorfr oi taxes by tao Bpard of Council of the City of xUays illo for tho year 1914, and ...

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. — 9 May 1914

y'tFT&Hl .rarwa wf?iffr Sffi-iV &"?. .; JffS ml-. i arf.i. : T'VTi ' iSff ii : fc kfe & firt t Si ' 1 M ft ua i -y -w 'tf Sf a! -s-t- u a,'--.8VNOP8l8. '' ' Wrandnll la found murdered In tuso'near New York. Mrs. Wran- .mmoncJ from tho city ond lden- 'body," A' young woman who ao jd .Wrandall to tho lJin and aub- v 'dlapuorcd, la suspected. t, It appears, had led a Kay llfo tectsd-hU wife. Mrs. Wrandall clfforTiew York In an auto dur- Indlr snow storm. On the way it ft "younir woman In tho road lvesito be the woman who killed .11. Feellns that thq girl had done ervlce In rlddlnji her of tho man ,ough she loved him deeply, had her (treat sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall 'ncs to shield her and takes hor to n home. Mrs. TVrondall hears the f Hetty Castloton's life, except that that relatea to Wrandall. This o story of the tragedy she forbids lever to tell. She offers Hetty n friendship and security from peril :ount of tho trapedy. ' Mrs. Sara all and Hatty attend the funeral tills Wran...

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. — 9 May 1914

v9mnKix ,-.!- r--j'w;w' vvir-'.' i'5i m y.V'-. ''WfltftSW "., ' jfs" .. ' K MTfetf aWi(f55'fT'H E' PUBttC L E ITG E K r JT lt iiJ fl ' 21 T? y- ' V '!.". y IB Wkm vt ' 3'V ?3 Efc-, KvT- i SYNOPSIS. Joseph ilnyward, an ensign In the United States army, on hl Y'r to. Fort Harmar, meets Blmon Qlrtr. a renegade whoso namo lias teen connected with all manner of atrocltl, also liaaea for Fort Harmar. with a message Trom the British general. Hamilton. Ilayward Kuldep htm to the fort. CHAPTER II Continued. "I do not trust the villain, but I'll ft-.' hear his talo. I may need you, Mr, Ilayward; remain tliero In tho baok room' until I call. I could Bee no door. "Where, sir?" "In tho den, beyond: tho robe hideB the entrance. If I need you I will call. Tho dog is coming now." Tho interior of this room which I now entered tor tho first tlmo was a revelation to me. It was fitted up as o lounging room, a den; yet bearing more resomblance to the tepoo of a savngo.'than any abode of civilization. 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. — 9 May 1914

K- SK- Hk nUr-n HHs, ,THB PUBLIC LEDGER ritiV-KcMT uwtWt, tovnxn or vvtt TiuKMOivitf Any yijiT)vmm9i r A. K CORRANT - - - i Edltor nnd "b"sher. , Uo) and Uorig Nn 4(1 orno ruuuc lkdubh'buix.ijinu, XATPYIU.B. KT. II II ' Enlttjd At theMyvlUe. Kv.. Patloffice a tceond-clut tnntl matter. auxauHiPiiOM-JiY hail. onti Y"ir.... ...,............... .....-... .-... 00 Mix Monlht. . Thrtti Moulh. ,-.. 1 ltd 78 ttjft twntin nv iiAniilKR. Per Jfoiith....... ...-. ...... .. ...8 CenU lVyabUto Collector at tntt of A. on A. 4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. If Mayor M. C. Swinford, of Cynthiaua, it is said, is being urged to get in tho Congressional race in the frinth District to opposo lion. W. J. Fileds, the present Congressman, who will be a candidate to succeed himself. It is not known whether Mr. Swinford will yield to the call at this time. Car lisle Advocate n Tho Manchester Union wants to know why it v in we never hear anything about tho King of the ' May tho gentleman who untacks the car...

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. — 9 May 1914

ii f vr h V '.,. -xwjttt ' 11 ' -.- j-- . .' fi ,' t u. "C.ts ?-' M V S.. ,3T n& .1 "lEnr Vl r ifii . A $Lv feya "A fow illustrations to a novel used to look pretty good, but now wo want to follow tho wholo story Tu tho movies. It isn't ouough thnt a nun cits h s wifo's cooking without complaint. Ho must also praiso her eultii.iry siilll. Thero are a 'number of uuoxplained mysteries. One of them is tho littlo mnn's dcslro tq dnnco with largo women Mothors aro equal guardians with tho father over children hi Kansas, Colo rado, California, Oregon and Washing ton. TOBACCO DEAliEn TAILS. Carlisle, Ky. Jefferson D. Crnycraft, merchant ntoil tobacco dealer of Nich olas County, well known in tobacco cir cles In Cincinnati, filed a deed of assign ment, nnming Ilerdy Myers, of Mooro field, as assignee. Appraisers havo not yot been appointed, and no statement of assets or liabilities has yot been re said to bo duo to losses in tobacco spec ulation. HEBE COMES THE COLONEL. 1 (Baltimore Sun...

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. — 9 May 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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