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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 20 May 1914

'. w IfT hjt, . jwy fTji.T vsgfjr mni iirriwi W Jp" K7 '" ir ' ' "OMinrtonltv knneV. b'it "Ille yq6r door," nnd if yew Wn p " "knocking" on yonr noighborg or on tho town nt tho samo timo you'ro not likely to hear tho summons yourself. "Tho Italian Gpvcmmcnt lias requested Glulio Ulivi. tho inventor of ultra violet rays, to test the feasibility of setting oft explosives in tho Mediterranean' from points Ai the hills thirteen miles nway. TOBACCO TRUST TACTICS How It Fixes tho Prices and All Buyers Do Its Bidding Farmers Always Oct tho Short End. ' (Cynthiaun Log Cabin.) A number of Kentucky papers nrc ' speculating as to tho probablo prico of tobacco this year and somo tako tho position that the Trust will fix tho pricos at n somowhat lower nverago than was paid last year. Very few pooplc understand tho inside workings of the purchasing machinery of tho largest factories, but tho opinion is general that tho prico making machinery was work ing pretty smoothly Inst scastAi. Throughout K...

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 May 1914

fCt vi xi 4 hi "Jvt T' r - 5ij ( i :t fc cm M ?M S "A P", w t. V mhli SPECIAL . - SALE on Athletic Men and Boys' JKneo Longth Union Suits Close-Crotch Nainsook. See Window Display. 50c a suit as long as they last. Also in samo window 35c Silk Sox 3 for $1, going at 25c a pair. Black, Blue, Grey, Tan, VVbito and Champaign. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foirmost Clothiers. PUBLICLEDGEll Mr. II. S. L'llis was a business visitor in Cincinnati yesterday. ( Tinnfni W S Vn7nll a n lnmitiPSM vis- fr. James Buckley of Firo Company No. 1 spent Sunday In Cincinnati. Mr. Harry II. Calvort of Augusta was a business visitor in this city yester day. Mrs. J. A. Wright of AshlnMd was the guest of .Kcv. and Mrs. M. S. Clark on "West Second street yesterday. Little Miss Dorothy Tucker of Cov ington is tlio guest of hor aunt, Mbs Maggie Clooney on IJast Fourth street ' i " Mr. and Mrs. Hollio Ishmaol and son, " James, ar6 visiting friends a'ad rein tives in Indianapolis and Marion, lnd. Mr. nnd M...

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 May 1914

J&k 'W7 !.' ! r"'" . " . r7H- V fffep?) PUFFED RICE Igggb .-WW . 'Trr-ETir t- Jttfi'IBfti T T1T -l TT-k 1 COMPRESSED OATS BlPll A.5T PITlftI IP flHiwI T,TrTirrl7R fiii oatmeal hk&i ., jmW I UJBIjIV fJ JUJDjJJlJJDjli '..''. Iii PUFFED WHEAT b$g a-' "' afefS- ..:. -. ) All of the Quaker Brand. BlfflDffl Ohy-' ' "J We have them. jjgg ; MAYSViLLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. DllNoJbK JaKJgM un w.skvosu stueei A.l 'Vilfu rVBtia JMiHimt-tm 7 Hi' tfel ,- ' M i'.1 MEPk - t Mpfe"00'5' tfad tl10 worl(l knoek wlth you; fflm w$&3 W$wBootit un1 J0U boo,,t ulo"o; f$ra$ 'H nS$$iP- "l ' fflKlor tlio fellows who reach tho top nrc J&lHWfiK&Hffi AWm$ 1 $& , . Jf thoir heads are not niatlo of bono' $&Jl22?f ' '& l 'TTuugo nt tho Ocm today. I I 'An Tho Ripley Ueo suvs thero is a good , prospect for tho organization of n stock company thcro to operate n new plcturo dhow with n stage largo enough to ae oommoduto road shows. - PARENTS HAVE ROW OVER 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. — 21 May 1914

w si. Me ssss!msss!s)mssssssss i..V " - s ? tf f .' V .' JC' V K ft t?i. . r . L' ?V - VT f 4 S 1- tvv 'w & t SC !.' mi.: immammBxmmmmmwm THE PUBLIC LEDGER tAat-xoirr ojiiut, fourth jolt, tbaskmitw and nnmTiP A. P. CURRAN, - Editor nnd Publisher. L.UhdLonR W0 4Q I '",-p1?"2"S8KT.,,0,Un,"" 'lltl)f T'tthOD l'U ' 1 MAHT1H.K. hT. rinttred nt the MayvlUe- Ky.. PottotT'ce at aceond-cUM mall matter. o U usUHll'liUtfaUX MAI a.. out- Vrar nix nouma. . Ilircn.iliiH .. ,...a no .... fto ... 7B ., - .. iviahiINh. vtr Avu in - - - rfi.j. jUtiZLKiruum LASH IN ADVANCL. Can auy Democrat point to a single industry that President and a Democratic Congress If Per contra, ",is it not a fact that almost every industry in the country is less prosperous now than it wus a year ago. ateubenviUo (0.) Herald. The general conference of the Methodist Episco pal Church, Soiith, voted to reconsider its action severing its relation between Yanderhilt Univer sity and the church as a whole, and to contend for 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. — 21 May 1914

tX ' an - fejy. V ' k sY rJS 'AD SUBSTITUTE 11 114 POWDER Absolutely Pure ? only baking powdar mado from Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar WALUM.H0 LIME PHOSPHATE Tho woodon Indian in front of cigar stores promisos to becomo extinct. A street full of lovoly girls in diaphanous garb is. no place for wooden Indians. Every now and thou you meet a man who "ling sense enough to btop driuluMi: when it is his turn to trout. THAT TIRED FEELING Suggests Grandmother's Remedy. It's truo, tho Beason is hero with it" sudden changes, and tho old ido.i that Wo need a blood medicine is not with out rcnsoM. Too much heavy food hai caused a -torpid licr, sluggish blood, and a weak, tired out fooling. Sulphur, cream of tartar and molasses was grandmother's remedy but that has long ago boon displnced by Vinol, a combination of tho two most world famed tonics, namely, tho medicinal curativo olemonts of tho cod's liver, without oil, and iron for tho blood. Vinol builds you up, mnkos you eat moro and digost hot...

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 May 1914

'.-c?y,w:j 1 -XiU yti '3' U1- -i? , hi w..1 Kf 5ft wy ' . m. t . , hjc'" ' " W ; . - ,.-..r K i a rflMMrii Fine Plums for To- I morrow's Picking ' Yotjng Mono Wool: at tho T4vo Store, W'vo Binglod out ono of tho most at tractive values on our racks a special lot' of KUPPENIIEIMEIt summor Dorges. They're tailored to give that fashionable appearance of Boldlerly slondorncsa; coata with little or no pad ding; soft roll collars; straight narrow trousors, many of thorn skeleton lined; . fresh, attractive, colorings and patterns. This wook should ho a red letter wock, "indeed, with these suits selling at $20 Geo. H. Frank & Co. flaysvllie's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Mr. FraUk S. Tollo of near Aberdeen was in Maysvillo yesterday. " ,L. M. Brothers of Augusta, wafc ti Visitor in Maysvillo yesterday. - ' Mr. Charles K. Diotericli was a busi ness visitor in Portsmouth yesterday. . i Mrs. S. Straus of tho Now York Store ia a business visitor in Cincinnati to day. Mrs. Mattlo Barbou...

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. — 22 May 1914

W ' -' TTT"RT Tf1 $Msiw& 1 TPTldTPTi iSllI comoatsmeal ats Mi S I .JUJJJjIL ffiliK JuJlllJljJjjXi . 8j! PUFFEDWHEAT ' ;. .. . ?J we have them. 53 ,g ' St lut n-' BV ffirjft!s . "' 'ilk $1!?'''$ - ttRPObhiCAH-nm m mP'- K ;;:? v''A'-,flWfc.' You ea.inot sell experience, 9'?'!! "'f' "' '-fP'' This makes u fellow l.ollor; Iri&fM V Till T5 t ,4 wv -I ,lllV0 " lot l "'" (,Isi,l'"so P! PrJpl iH" it' ')&,, At Ave cents on tho dollar. SCArS .cfflrtfcSfc fc, '1?W Cincinnati Enquirer. UWF- f .. v H -. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914 ONE COPY ONE CENT. Amn Tn Aim- "1 T?.'illi Tlilrink. lV5t,?ii'fn 1004 odo of the greatest tackles the f i Ames college lootunil pievon ever una. '?'" wno Itill.i.l hv ' linn nt. Iiin mUqinnnrv post, nenr.Klmrtouin, Kgyptinn Soudan. CONDUCTOR KILLED. "f , Ilinton, W. Va. . W. Clcmmer, O. & O., freight conductor, was struck by a train at Ilinton and killed. ! TWO-B,ECITALS NEXT WEEK. Tho Maysvillo Mmlc School ni.Uounecs two recitals, Tuesday...

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. — 22 May 1914

'M Kp V4. r ' i W . r,i. i J W- l P ffcj tli." p"'. r&i 1 SVf . . "r ,r- jTMitwH'iWIlilWI'il "Hi F irt- f We public ledger DAItf KCBPT SOHDat, roORtn 0 JOLT, TIUMllrtft ajto cimtrrmt. ' A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. tiooklBsd Lone UIUore Telephone No. 40. 1 orrtoi ruBLto Lieoaan buildiho, MATIT1LLI. KT. ltiHl'tedat Ihe MayvHIc. Kv.. Poitoffice aii gccond-cU mall matter. aUUaVMW7lON8-BT MAIL, . so ..... 70 One Ttnr. .. . UKL1VKHKU 21 Y OAHRlXHt VixyaoU to Collector at end of XQ (. ,4LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. ".Tust after I decided I couldn't run for tho Senate, I was foolish tMough to try to run for n car," said Senator Jlrndloy to visitors who came to ask about his maimed hand last week. Tho Senator broko two fingers nnd was consider, 'ably bruised up last Thursday wlillo trying to board ti moving street car on Capitol Hill, in Washington. Carlisle Mercury. -- , UNDER MINOniTY RULE. (Uaior tho Bigolow constitution and tho Cox statutes Ohio no longer Is ruled by a m...

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. — 22 May 1914

- ' 47S fl't J. , 'V. ' v. .!' r rt j ri v ' ? w Ki Wmfc' $ PWU !7 tho greatest tkiro m r tffwi Sgm f' world fc icvo, b-t a prooticai a-n SSSr'i gxV . knows the greutont thing is ndortislug Bc3Sfes3S5(l rltfmP Tho pollUeul "nrgumont" you hoar during a oampaign would be criminal libel at any othar time THE ONIiV SGO.OOO BULL. Middlotown, N. Y. Tho Lawson Hold in company ot Now York has just paid $Sfi,000 to Jolitt Arfinan of Mlddletown fttr ft half interest in Kin; Sogis I'on- tinq Actrtrn, n tcle-yoar-old Hoi- riteln J'rlwsiun bull. Mr. Artman bought K' 1 ttlo' bull lor $10,000 in June, 11)11, on gR' jc's-tho Stato 1'air grounds in Syraouso, to whioh it had boon consigned by Stovcus brothers of Liverpool. At tho titno it was said to be highest price oor paid for a bull in this State. SUMMER TRAINING SCHOOL FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS. Preparations aro being mndo for i Training School for a Training School .jiiir oiuiuiy ociioui wuriurs 10 uo num ' ' it! Loxiugton, Ky., Juno 11-10, 101...

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. — 22 May 1914

&r SfV 5( . w ' t m Yi W - ?wj'W'i . Fine Plums for To morrow's Picking Toilng Mon's Woofc at tho Hvo Storo, tvq'vo singled out ono of tho most at tractive valucH on our racks a special lot of - KUPPENHEIMEB summer serges. Thoy'ro tailored to glvo that fashlonablo appcaranco of soldierly slondornoss! coats with llttlo or no pad ding; soft roll collars; straight narrow trousors, many of them skeleton lined; fresh, attractlvo colorings and pattorna. This wook should ho a rod lottor week, Indeed, with theso suits soiling at Geo. H. Frank & Co. Waysville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIClLEDGEIt a Miss Mary E. Kiclicson leaves today for a visit in Louisville. Mrs. S. K. Brooks left Wednesday for $20 SS Cincinnati to visit relatives. Mr, LoWrlght Browning is on a busi ness trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. ' . Mrs. Fnnnio Hays, of this city visited friends this week in Millersburg. Mrs. L. C. Overley loft today for a ' two weeks' visit with relatives in rjom ing County. Mr. Jluah O'Uonnell of...

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 May 1914

- $$ IJI1K - -dMr y-i gramjp wixjmw kSMBKfil! 11 J 1 , V IK i r 2V.-W4 M nil DAILY rVDLia LKDOKXt-UM Mil ?Mfi Spreading Herself. Thln girls look swell in bustlo gowns, -But 'I am hero to toll her Kit she is fat, .that bustlo gowns Uf ta ml 1 Will n.nlm linM nnb militli OUTA iir IIIU IMflU IfUl luun 1IIUV.II tT'Va'Va. Cinciniinti Enquirer. kfTho girl who wears a bustle goM $& Does not tho follows fool; '( YSho thinks she's sweTT, but she looks 11K0 A Pullman Vestibule. Birmingham Ago-llorald. WAR SITUATION jgyjNtogaTa 'Falls, Out., May 22. Three aoparato conferences between tho three South American ernoys and tho Amor 'icatt delegates today constituted the work of tho mediation conference here. Tho Mexicans were not called into tho conference. g Just a Few I Seasonable Reminders! SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, PORCH and WINDOW AWNINGS, PORCH SWINGS, HAM MOCKS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, LAWN MOWERS, GRASS CATCHERS, and. in fact anything you need. Come in and we will mak" the price right. BVG...

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 May 1914

r " r .tV -i vf.wnbwl" "? v9Bxeaeaeaeaeaeak iieknialhiiiiin itulu uiiiimiiiniiiiiwuffiiiiiii tuaammmmimtMmatMmmnmmam'm. i , .-nil ., ., i f.ymin niawotjaX , ' 1-L '"! ' 'A d hUJfci' r ' . ii tHiHiy Hii Ml ii Ti i iln HiiI Uli, i , TjjIH) i ill iiIit.1iiHII.'.ti ft V r.t W r tM- r . P. r - R T. i "r? k N v ic-c?J 0 8YN0P8I8. Chnllls WrnndnU Is found murdered In a road liouao near New York. Mrs. Wran dall ts summoned trom tho city and lden lines tho body. A younir woman who nc eornpanlcd wrandall to the Inn and sub sequently disappeared, Is suspected. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for Now York In an auto during' a blinding snow storm. On, the way she-moots a young woman In the road who proves to be tho woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the Klrl had dono her a servtco In ridding her of the man who though sho loved him doeply, had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determines to shield her and takps her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Cas tleton's life, exc...

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 May 1914

raaBgfiTS'Lf tr wiss : r-; ,: I ... .j i- M V & .-m. . u ' r V- ' i. 8YN0P8I8. Joseph Hayward, an ensign tn the United States army, on his way to Kort tlarrnar. meeta Simon Qlrty, a renegade whoee name heut been eonnectod with all manner of atrocttiea, also headed for Tort liarmar, wlUi a message from the TtrtHh AI Xlnmttlnn TfaVWOXU 4 guldcH him to the fort. At General Har mar'e headquarters Hayward meet, uene D'Auvray, who professes to recojrnlie him. uunaugn lie naa no reconecuun ui ov. having aeen her before. Hayward volun teers to carry a message for Harmar to 'Bandusky. where Hamilton Is stationed. The northwcit Indian tribes are ready for war nnd are only held back by tne refusal of the friendly WyandoU to Join. The latter are demanding the return of Wa-pn-tee-tah. a religious teacher, whom they believe to bo a prisoner. Hayward s jmI.J.. - . .... .. WwanilAtH1 that the man Is not held by the soldiers, nene Mki Hayward to let her accompany mm. j,6he tells him that sho Is ...

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 May 1914

. v. ft: V VA. Vf 1 l-tit it: Kiiiiiiiiini i i I " ' ' ii mi in ij in ii i ' ly-V'-iA ,l, ' '' '. ' .ljfi.nrirt("iim "iiimiiujikh ':. f,'":Lv''llll,'lJ'JI'7.,I- J'S'SL llal'EJny,tfJ.r11 JiWia J JLi!S'lJlg'!!J'ULl. i. . "ft l "w I I 'OH I III 1 1 - . " . ,T I " 'i' fr- ",.-"T' i "T7i ,' I "I .i " ..7 1" ' ' .P'"ST,'- '4i' - nil iah nn ..n'T' iiim. j.in.rv jii.j;iiLVHim. ui uuilhuui THE PUBLIC LEDGER nntt-KXturr umivt, iuwn or Jui,r, tiUMKMvifti NI II iKIlIdTMill. A. E. CURRAN, - - - No. 40. Cool buo Low OUtanOB Tlphon - Editor and Huoitsher. orrton runLic lko.i.ii uiliiu, MATHVILLII. KT. itiiltrtd nt the Mayivllle. Kv,. I-ontofnee n BCeoud-clam mall matter. aUUbUUU'llONO-U UMu. On Yr ntx inniuii- . Tirn Jtiitli.. ,,.88 (U. ... lo ... 7ft DKLlYXMtD UY OAimiSH, Ier WoulU........ .mm. ... ' t!nU J-ayabH to Collator at end of J QttA.- ' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. BRYAN BEFORE HIS IDOLS. -The Philadelphia Press, speaking editorially, says: Two members o the cabinet arc standing fi...

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 May 1914

II mrsmmmwrnmssm. mm" m ' "" n ? r M onmva ww !THp SWFFTNPSS ' - v L -r iNrn8ft9K ki I 4v if aMleKSHI&W JOEL HILLMAN pronrltnr"Hnrvej'"Vaslilncton,n.C. "Tuxedo h a good, wholesome tobacco, lOilh a mildness and fra grance all Its own. It adds many degrees to my pipe pleasure. " JGaW L. S. BROWN General Agent of the Southern Ralhvar at Washington. "Tuxedo has gained and main tained a high reputation for superi ority. Its coolness, mildness, and genuine soothing qualities are un rioalled." flox PHIUP R. GOODWIN tlv Illustrator. "There's zest and encourage ment in every pipeful of Tuxedo The sweetest most soothing smof(e Good behavior probably Investment. is the best Buck Kilby, says the old saj Aig, "life is short," is misleading. Buck says life is plenty long enough for a married mnn. GEM Radical changes in tho methods of making appointments for minor diplo matic posts wore suggested in a bill introduced bv Senator Stone. 3,000-ACBE CORN PATCH Hendorson County Farmer Has Big Crop ...

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 May 1914

gPyw7 ? A W, t & s- Kuf' i - '. V r - r - jy- i Fine Plums for To morrow's Picking Young Mon's Wcok at tho Llvo Store, wo'vo singled out ono of tho most at tractive values on our racks a special lot of KUPPENIIEIMER summor serges Tlioy'ro tailored to givo that fashionable appoaranco of soldierly alendorness; coata with llttlo or no pad' ding; soft roll collars; straight narrow trousors, many of thorn skeleton lined; frosh, attractive colorings and patterns. This vrook should bo a red letter week, indeed, with thoso suits- soiling at (ieo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillp's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICLEDGEB avlrs. Frank Ilunsickcr is very her homo in East Second street. ill nt Dr. F. M. Smith of Dover was a bus! ness visitor in this city yesterday. Mr. J. Z. Dearhart and family are now at homo at No. 18 East Sixth St. . Miss Jfellio Williams, of Maysliek, is tho guest of Mrs. Lnla Kavinoiul of lowing. Mrs. Scmiell P. Turner of New York is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. . L. Honn'of Eas...

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. — 25 May 1914

"?: i'd 383 PT1FFPH RTPP .j .rtTitrs COMPRESSED OATS IMl """OSV PUBLIC t v LEDGER ' It J. OAT MEAL PUFFED WHEAT All of the Ouaker Brand. ilEoIfLl We have them. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, MAY 25, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. niNlPP RRHQ LEADING RETAILERS, . WA 1 rtJBUO LKDtlKli-im ' MM HRaB ' BBU , mmtMW - iHS - ... r-.'t JHKt '' ' & ?- HHEMK"- V Gash in tlio Bank. Aiv'JIor skirt wasiso tight it was shocking, ' - nv: . A w.1 in uitu lint -tli.i ttimi ,; flockiug, folks came p"" "Ou niio limit wns :i lump fjfit , 'i'hnt looked like :i hump, '4' " ut 'tW!,H "'y a dime l er stocking. V .'.' . JlUKO. iMiss Gertrude Baugh, teacher of the First Crude in the Tliir.I District School, gave hor pupils :i picnic Satur- 'day on Wntkins' Hill, in the R.ist End. MARRIAGES. Mr. Elbert S. Rite hey, age.d .'Ht, of Robertson County, nnil Miss Dollio Me '(Iraw, ago -2, of this city, wore married Saturday afternoon at the homo of Mr. anil Mrs. Emory V. Thonins. Rev. ."I. K. Reed ollieiritlng. Mr. J. W...

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. — 25 May 1914

&F-"S :h ft-.' ". fc ' y . C?.' .- m frt'l &zrrkr tl '4f r&Q V i SPtes ?m ,.i ;-m ,: A t THE PUBLIC LEDGER 1MU.T aXQSFT UK1XT. TOORTH or JULT, TUlMKBQlVMB AMD PltnlRTHAP. ShFV? wwgmHia.l .i, .'.' jJipry A. P CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. 'kwtudUiii Nn 4Q I orrioE-ruiaioLEDUHHU.i-mHo, 01SUB06 TolBphQUB " 1 HATaVlLH. KT. Knitted at the MayivUle, Ky'oilomcea gceoiid-claM mull matter. aUbhviui'HUNa-ur maju. One Yeiir MX Blonllo- ....... - Tlire .fl.Mitiia UKLIVK11H.D BY OAHlllKH, Per Muntii. ,.ga no i 75 45 Ueuta i ayabltlo VoUnto rating ot o t ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCh. A contributor to a dog-eut-dog discussion of the .question of whether tliere should be n "swat the dog" law to exterminate worthless pariahs, de clares that a dog as man's companion is obsolete becnuso man is no longer a savage. Then it should 'have been written, "the female of the species is more savage than the male?" Courier-Journal. THE MODERN YOUNG MAN'S SLOGAN. Edna Ferber, writing a new Jock M...

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. — 25 May 1914

A )BiJUH.apauBTt v &' " B!N Hi ' u it?W ink" fill' EfrHSb 'fc fey . ir KHra 1 1 (JUJIIBHIIIIi Miiii7irnfBiww-u" i1 ,'ii1.11. ',' iMarmrm'msss. Don't bo too tiraid with Printer's Ink. Itemombor others liavo loamcil ; ' Iha't lfc pays. RIPLEY SCHOOL BUILDING. CONDEMNED. Hlnlov. Ohio. Notification has boon !?, iccolvod from tho Stato Department oL' , "Workshops, Factories and Public Build ings, coadomnlng tho public school buildings. Both buildings arn eQiuieiin od and cannot bo used after tho present tonn. Thla action nicnnn that a now Btructuro must bo provided, and tho school board will call a apodal election. FREAK WEATHER 20 YEARS AGO. - (Mt. Olivet Tribune.) Twonty yoars ago today tho prin cipal part of tho tobacco crop of Rob ertson County wns set, following tho good soason mndo by tho fall of the 'tlg-anow on tho night of May 10, 1804. Fruit trees wero loaded with fruit, strawberries and early chorries being ripe. Tho Into Dr. Riley Wells, who always had fttt enrly garden, ...

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. — 25 May 1914

"8V mmmmw s T ,H 1 1 -rJ. rS.7J .'.I TT -, i.. W H f u . M' r i f ,' a 91 m; - K - wHkc !HK a I Dr - HIP'' ; ' re! IHHbt 4-.? m:mBtmmnmiL"i mSHNfflFPN CIIY Great Exoitement, But the Goat Was Serene WASHINGTON. This Is nbout a lawyer and a goat. Not tho lawyer's goat, but a real Billy that belonged to a boy. All the lawyer had to do with it was to tell what happened to show the serenity of a goat whon subjectod to excitement And as a serene goat : ---- - ,C .-o x ri rr.m c eas i-rfr)V' v; S 'frr'fo'P vvjort fCZWkm ya l) TlVn2SSLm vsj '' - JfZy Vlt-So M. .IV ,. irjfljSii street And ho wouldn't budge. Tho convoyanco to which he was hitched a box on wheels, 1914 model was crowded with sections of six small boys whose legs woro dangling out Bide. They urged and besoeched, cajoled, threatened and whacked, but tho goat calmly chowod his gum and stayed put First one boy and then another and then tho whole bunch would hop out of the "waiS6n," shove it against the goat and then hop back, unde...

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