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

". fir ABmerT -mEVFtEflaPIiraS K". vfc-r.. v ; . , -V-k'W? i.V& -;,sA - - " '"V - 2W !-w i AiwoJ L Ik TUA fS I I I W III . llWriM, II N I II m .1 I II II I I II .J.. I ' ' J. I1 ..' W mJ- .i.J 'A,--. . - WI lll . T I ! M WJM 7 1 - . j. . . - ZT I I I I I I I I I III I., ... .,.. ,, . ... .1 JM . :. - . l.l 1 .? Whon tho avorngo woman buys hor husband a bargain counter necktlo she usually buys ou0 that is loud enough iojitart n riot at n funoral. ' ,i SHE 18 A WISE WOMAN Who rocognlzcs in tho toll-talo symp toms such as backache, headaches, drag ging sensations, ncrvousnoss and irrit ability tho trim cause and relies on Lydia E. Plnkhnm'g Vogctnblo Com pound to restore her to a healthy nor mal condition. For forty year's this root and herb remedy has been pre eminently successful in controlling the diseases of women. Merit nlono could hnvo stood such a test of time. CAN YOU AMUSE YOUESELT7 In the February Woman 'a Homo Com panion, Mary Louise Graham writes an interesting article ...

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 January 1914

&. St" n &t? yv ,.' ft' ' fs a- -?; & i 5v; fc v - .,v. ;. Mf B .iflrt $5,000 Is not very much when you Bay it roal fast, but it's a lot when you have to latse it in 30 days. That's why we are selling for $5.00 Overcoats and Suits worth up to 910.00. If you don't want to buy you had better stay away from this live store, for as suro as the devil we will soil you if you soe th nw Suits and Overcoats we are soiling at the price Look Into our windows; sco some of the goods and prices. Walk into the Btoro, ask to "bo shown" and wo will "come across" with tho best lot of guaranteed clothes you ever saw In your life. Beliovo us." ;eo. H. Frank & Go. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. oilir NBABILY 10,000,000 SOLD AT LEXINGTON. Loxlngton, Ky., Jan. 17. Tho sales on the Lexington Tobacco market for tho wcok ending today, according to re port of supervisor of sales, amounted to 3,849,105 pounds, at an average price of $12.74 a hundred, making tho total sales for tho season 18,53...

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 January 1914

'"",I,-1,;,SV s SELEG T Vow DINNER FROM THIS VARIETY Asparagus Tips, String Beans, Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, ' Kraut, Spinach, Deeta, A fine lino of Fresh Vcgfitahlert at all times. .IIHBK4M.HIIIIHlllllllllIIHIilllllllllllHlllllHIIIII HfHSfti fi.5T"-'"i!!' i,-'- i" i-iiiiimm i; r iTi.mnMi hi. ii "' mwiiiiiiHi i ' . i, ;iniwwwlji m.i m. nan'mmm n'l.n.n.......' i iiltm,mimiini,ii '!' '-wi,nill i m , , I n. i ',1 i i. , , ;'. ,. '--- r" "" ,'v ..-.? IWMMHUMBHWIIMHHmtll BBBHbHHHHHiH ' (WS ... finr . - . . ...-. .,. I ' Hi --U---Hfc TrnTrT TB TT Tff xxj .IKf) Cl ?!-----KJl- H i V Jrw " 1 VB t .------k i hi . m ' miani j riiiBHr h i i i i iw in iiji ii sMmmwM ? u 11 j.li b W r I ill k WSffla4 Fl--i I Jill II I 111 BE. I I i 1 II Jl 7 mmJmM Wli - I J UJ 1IJII; KOk P-flrPKiEF K ---: -- ft HM I ?SXKI,Y RKPUBLICAN-mr KHr - - - E-K- " ' ' ' ' ' ' " i WHl smbbl; -r i . ii .i . . rit n.iii ..iv VoHf- iigni Duis xrow to ucat mo diiki, L4viWfKJ, Tisi ' i?3Bwt rrr-M !. , Ir , -. ' j; MAYSVILLE, KENTUCK...

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 January 1914

Hp I Vj -AC' life," ? v fak-i , t 5V JU. fir i . El fc.'fe IV-' IF ' if & tr r i By . h THE TOBKIC LED6ER' n i ' nn- - i ' r' --- - - - JAH.T-X0lHAu5illTj'OBtn dt JOLT, and oubiitkai. A. F.' CURRANi Editor tlOOlIlcl LODfl aUUnoa Telephone No'. 40. orrioi ruBMO LtDunn bdiloimo, MATtVILLI. KI. suiiauHirJiows-D r mail. one 1fer...... Mix MouHm- Thrto MOKIhe, DXLivsnsD nr uarbibb, Per Dfonlh.. '-'""- m...-.8 Cnt PayabUto Collector at end of Monti. &" ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH ' JSx.'i " -fc wMMMWM"""w"M",MW The income tax is intended to Doubtless it will do that, and liars Oklahoman. - Snys the Baltimore American: "Democracy is in for a breach of promise suit brought by the housewives of the nation for failure to reduce the cost of living. Not that economists thought the party could the fallacies were too obvious; but the voters were deceived and deluded and sooner or later the party will be brought to book." 0. F. CRECELIUS. Mr. Crecelius, who is Secretary of State when ho failed ...

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 January 1914

,S fri uW """tlT I iX. f .4 rtysn , AH In this world must bnttlo, you Cmny know. Somo with tho sword; somo with tho shield; Bomo with thoir pa- tlonco; somo with tholr wits; somo with tho modicluo bottlo; somo with tho ciuth. Tho United States forest sorvlco col lected forty thousand pounds of tree seed last year for uso In reforestation. Tho total area reforested was about thirty thousand acres. "Tar. ft Weak Heart Manv noonla suffer from may experience shortness of breath on exertion, pain over tho heart, or dizzy feelings, oppressed breathing nftpr mf nli or their ovca bocomo blurred, tho heart is not sufficiently strong to pump blood to tho extremities, and they havo cold hands and feet, or poor appetite because of weakoned blood supply to tho stomach. A heart tonic and alterative should bo taken which has no bud at tor-effect. Such Is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery vrhloh ooatalaa no dangerous narcotics or alcohol. It helps tho human system in the constant manufacture of...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 21 January 1914

j m be, W ' iV fe 6H' W; tors H? !.- ywiB8iirewwWrrw"y7WWinwtiriG.'iJw Going, Gone. Don't wait until all of our Suits and Over coats aro gono beforo buying a bargain at our reduction ealo. " All of our Fall and Wintor Suits and OvercoatB are reduced. Wo mu8traiBe money. Come and have a look. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Waysvllle's Foremest Clothiers. . PUBIJCliiCLEDGEB Miss Clarino Gcttes is ill at her homo on Fourth street with tonsilitis. James W. Fitzgerald is ill with grip at his homo in East Second street. Mr. Harry Barkloy received n tele gram yestorday morning announcing the arrival of a baby girl Isabello How ell Hays, at tho homo of his sister, ,yMrs. Qeorgo W. Hays, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. nays will bo remembered by friends in this city as Miss Helen Barkloy. BLACK HAND SCARES PADEKEWSKL Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 10. After be ing hounded by Black Hand agents for months Padorowski, tho pianist, has completely collapsed, and is now on his way from Portland to Los Angeles for n pro...

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 January 1914

z? ''f-4 pscssks Hi. n f" janey.avy. iihw tr-wttwwwwmKMy nftpyawi i-j"ri;'mfi'ni,i,k4niiriiii i nuiumfcjnow yjOWMtytfW mo " jMfHpitij piy I ."r jCr ' ,. v IIIIIHIMItlllllllllllllil. I SELEGT Your Dk m FROM THIS VARIETY m AsparHgus Tips, String h H 1'eas, Corn, 5 Tomatocp, Kraut, 2 Spinach, Beets, A fine line nf Fresh Vecetahles at nil times. "' J' h& PUBLIC LEDGER air u - .Jw2i&ti? i jJHeVm VkVBHlB "tLHHBuXWik BB9F iwW1 PilKt0- VHHW AMAAJMMMAMMMVWVMWW If " m I 1 i. m WWTZJr BKPVBttVAIt-tam , Of Course. In summer when wo needed nlr ,HoM always eloso tlio door with care, ' Ag licnco ho hied. But now, when winter '8 chilling breeze' Bring to us chills nud grlppo nnd sneezes, IIo loaves it wide. Children's good muslin drawers 10c to 25c, according to size. Women 's 23c. Hunts'. Mr. J. L. Cobb and Clnroiico, his son, of near Manchester, Ohio, were here yesterday nnd sold their tobacco cop at a fair piieo on the Mnvsvillo mar ket. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of East Second stroet 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. — 22 January 1914

-vy xCi 'i ..' si - asi . ' m.. to ffWg -" - -m ;- ,rt --, ,..? -, ..tna,;.' .. ff". .VT-, -; 77. .. , ., ,....,..,.., .w..,.B.iE!aL,LW, ,.. ..-,-,.,,,. & afr"" $ Xfr. - j w fV 35 tC L1 . ' '.j i w VV - - - i fc Z7 . w w t IC LEDGER Aki, roontii ot jolt, tnAHMmrnio AMD OHRUTMi. JN, Bditor and Publisher. V,oM No. 40. 1 orrioa rcBLio lidoib Btnuinta, XATiTILLI. KT. k- 8UUaVHlP110NS-BXMA.ll.. Six. Mnk ... ."- Three lttlh..Mt-"'" "" ,.a oo ..... 1 BO ..... bMLlVKBBD DYOARBISU, ir Month . - J MConU PayabU to Collator at tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Sir Alfred Moore, o England, in nu nddrcss be fore the Canadian Club in Toronto, asserted that the standard of life and wages of rural England is much below the level of nverage efficiency. For one of many examples, it is stated that in the case of forty-two agricultural laborers' families only one obtained the nutriment tfecessary to mnintnin physical efficiency." This is due, it is said, to low wages and largeness of ...

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 January 1914

SFR53 '. "? rare -" (V" m 7fl ttr X U c. r , l fcr m ,'-;- Well, I sco tho Lpglsluturo bns pro lilblted chowin' gum ami chowin' to bacco, now If they will cut out chcwln' th' rag they may bo nblo to do some real work. Loulsvillo Tuna. Almost all the 3,300 Moxiean sol diors anil tho 1,.'I07 women and clilldrcn refugees who wore driven out of Ojin nga, Mox., by the the rebels had ar rived in Marfa, Tex., last night. KLjX3iZS4H Woman Is As Old As She Looks No woman want to look old. Many In their effort to look youthful retort to tho beauty doctor V'prcscrlptlon.Tholrmla take ii that they 'visit tho wronirdopar tmont in thodrug store. Itcauty depend upon health. Worry, sleepiest nihts, headaches pain, disorders. Irregu larities and weaknesses of a distinctly fcminlno character In n short tlmo brinirtho dull eye, tho "crow's feet," the haggard look, drooping shoulders, and tho f nltcrlmr step. To retain thonppcaranca of youth you must retain health. Instead of lotions, powders and pulnt...

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 January 1914

CV. t 91 & it iy - ? & . r- 'v fa1"; v rifc fl.f T Going, Going, Gone. Don't wait until all of our Suits and Ovor coata are gono boforo buying a bargain at our roduction sale. AH of our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are reduced. Wo muat raise money. Come and have a ' look.' Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Experiments in the use of aspen for shingles show that tho shiugles do not chock in seasoning, and that they turn water satisfactorily, but that they arc too easily broken in handling MOTHERS ' PENSIONS PROPOSED. Washington. Mothers' pensions vror proposed in a bill introduced by Appro sontatlvo Gorman, of Illionois. All widowed mothers having one or more children under 10 years old and made depondant by death or disability would b placed upon tho roll for $10 to $15 a month. MOVE ON AND DON'T CROWD." "All negroes without visible menus of support found loafing on the streets of Lexington, day or night are to be ar rested on a char...

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 January 1914

t w ' " TT.T Tr, JMaJtefe, T xrrf tiT I SELECT Your DINNER ?J lT til Tl -fMolwi H I llnTrhlh? I fWOW THIS VAHIETV , 3 Jl UJDJLjIxj M$BmIBp JjJjjJUTJIiXi' I AapB.nP8, sssf b'b,,b- ;! -" - P A fine Hn of Fresh Vegetables at all tlmen. .' t . . , - - n n luinriiLfLru-irii ,.,. -! pi m pppppppppPippppMPpp"PpppppXrijJWJVJVvrOT.XJ - -JUU'u -ijhjvjjtjjtjjvj'jtjt. u u - - -- - - -- - - - - MAYSTOL1, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1014. ONE OOPY-ONE CENT. DUN VilfcK tSKUO., Lwdftlg Retailors 1 rxxirzr, SKPUB&TOAir-tm $k Lonesomovllle. Wo'd like to liver on Easy street, but what would bo the use? We'd movo away because it would bo lonesome as the douco. Preaching at tho florman Lutheran Church Sunday at 10:30 by Hov. Dell. SALE OF HATS. Miss Bessie Wells will have a salo of trimmed hats Friday and Saturday. Prices, COc to $2.00 A BUSINESS BOOM Now Building Ventures and Ohangos Involving Ovor $100,000 In Sight. The minor will not down tmU thoro are to bo several business changes in Maysvill...

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 January 1914

iV1-! . -, f i w fc(,r ri ,-jtl 1 rv. i Sgr... &T J - Btc V fit LiSCS f It!..',. N- - Sl ' J'1 . " C. t$V ' r "ft ? . Jffc BE 5&' ?$$' 'J, SP J-V : & . '. .. -dwr V 'i. t- T-vki(t JA .fcicju'a.-v.L'yij WWBWWiiWtiiilBtlT" iJf-iv, ' ' ii!MMM1iil . m ! - -. ft ITHE P0BLIC -.". LEDGER IUILT KOPT BOSDJir, T0UBTH 0 JOLT, TnAXKIBlYINO AMU OBMtTMAt. ,A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. LoonUad Lode -pliUaot Telephone No. 40. orricE rUBUO ludum buildino, MiTtVII.LK. KT. nu , 1 an T HUBaOUlPllONS-DY UA1U, Ou Ytuir . lc Man lb i. Tbr,nanlh BSUYICRKD RY OARHIKS, Far MoiOi.........-... - On la I'ayotU to Coljtttor at etui of JontA & LL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. AVhithor nre wo drifting? Anyhow Schoolmnstor Wilson is trying linrd enough to make good. Ohio and Kentucky are another example of the old saying that "misery loves company" ouch has .a legislature in session. In the lust year 41,620 books were published in Japan, while Germnny, the most bookish of Euro pean nations, ...

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 January 1914

KHasi WB'IVAS &X&! vaj"i5,i(J' ." r -t'Ti -iTi. -"y FST'A . .'''J sw -: H "6- k ... s II W&': m t .v ' ' ir$m Fit Punlshinont for Donslty. Said a humorist out in McPherson: I' Whon I toll n good joko to a person And ho doesn't smile, I just wait a while. Then toll tho poor blockhead a worso 'n." Tennyson J. Draft in Kansas City Star. former Senator Cullom of Illinois, is in n critical condition, und tho end is believed to bp near. jm mum cP'izr ''Hand embrSldoreUi'c'prjJet covors '6nly flOc. Skirts of excollout quality und Very protty $1. Hunts'. Ambassador l'onfleld and Mrs. Pen field wero formally presented to offloial society of Austria Hungary at a roeop tion in Vlonna. BITS OF NEWS. San Francisco is providing municipal work for unemployed married raon. Los Angeles will givo municipal em ployment to a number of jobless mon. Clovoland thieves aro reported rob blng now houses of plumbing niatorial. Philadelphia Welshmen havo oponod a now club-houso costing $35,000. Tit...

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 January 1914

L' ." j iv i-ir K &. T. 3 ffe m - w,mw?rr T (km 1 Going,' :v K W , Gone. . Don't wait until nil of our .Suits and Over coats aro gone boforo buying a bargain at onr rodnction sale. All of our Fall and Winter Suits and Ovorcoats aro reduced. Wo mustraiso money. Come and have a look. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Naysville's Foremost Clothiers. pAILT . PUBUClOLEDGER J, WTfr-" 1-i- iT- i r- . -W l' Earlo Williams at tho Gem. today. Shino Cc. Mackey & McUulro's shop. ASSEMBLY ADJOURNED .Many Bills Were Favorably Reported In Lower Houso. Frankfort, Ky., January 21. Tho fol lowing bills were favorably reported in the Houso today: Providing for itemized accounts of necessary traveling expenses by oflicials and employes of tho State Providing that tho warden of the pen itentiary or superintendents of reform atories shall send for prisoners con 'vlcted of crimes in any county. Providing that unclassified towns or districts containing 250 inhabitants shall bo incorporated in their present b...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 January 1914

W- PMIUMB IL H twiBi SELECT Your DINNER FROM THIS VARIETY Asparagus Tips, String Beans, Peas, Cora, Tomatooi, Kraut, Spinach, Boots, A fino lino of Fresh Vegetables at all times. vnr m HOB Efil m -. -i w, ' 'A .i K .!j.i ? MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Kv In" winter for moro lioat wo fuss, In .In mo licit makes us .scold; Utid when things get too hot for Wo find tho world is cold. lis, REV. G. W. BUNTON D. D. Fohner Pastor To Bo Here March 8th To -Assist Tho Present Pastor, Rov. Literal, In Revival Services at Third Street Church. Tho pastor nnd Ofllcial Hoard of tho Third Street M. K. Chinch Imvo beon exceedingly fortunate in securing Rev. 0. W. Buntoii, D. D., a former pastor but now pastor of Union M. K. Church, Covington, Ky., to assist in a furies of revival services to begin March 8th. Tho simplo announcement that Dr. Bunton is to be here to preach in a series of meotings will inert with great de light by his hosts of friends. Therojs no m...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 January 1914

paggti .c " T - . ' " -w"- 15l&;v A. '.'4.V .. v - ' $ ,jkl& ."fit v ' t ''r.' -'V m TRKsisHnFTEnHE - i,-i , l ... . fr. w f . .- ftr ... fra ,-f i .I--, i i I mi T'TT"TW'''l''fP,',,W,a'1eeaWJWEM . k - , . ' " . . i i i n i -.,. ... .I, . i ... i i , ... . . .. . . . . , ... , . v Ml h "or ' V " I .,-JS mw'a&b ThcMUGHTE DAVID KM &)? Harr LTIS rat ton ar a COPYRIGHT BY A.C 14 SYNOPSIS. Gloria Kerr, ft mothcrles girl, who lins pent most of her life In school, urrlvcs at her father's homo In Belmont. David Kerr Is tho political boss of the town, And Is anxious to provent his ilniiKhtor learning of his real chni actor. Kendall, repesL-ntlntf tho Chlcneo pnekers. Is tic KOtlattui; with Judao a lbert. Kerr's chief adviser, for a valuablo franchise. They fear tho opposition of Joo Wright, editor Of tho reform paper. Kerr nsks tho ns nlstanco of Judge Gilbert in Introducing fGlorta to Belmont society, and promises rto help him put tiirotiKn tne pacKers franchise and let htm ...

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. — 24 January 1914

BasHHMHaHBBHasllHIIiaBBBsm8rlBlMrTB!WH 'V-'j'vsfv - '"t1 trT "i?', v - Tl $'wHMHH ii ' ii i mi ' LLL ' ""- ,mi..,it i., i, I,.',,,, ,. - -. ' ' ' ' ' ' " '""T v . . aananaa& i ii in Mvmkaa. ? A aBBHHHSWasaBaa6iSiitBsWaBaiBBJ ' " - , :;?? I? ! M j - a ATTJir - ,Bm. kHtMMta SBaaa atka.aV VBllMBSHHBm. mp-bw -sasssss'-. h. aiB is V tssssV1. fia,' rv I W nrMTSPlir Mm r Nl) i""-" "i I ilI JllwA. JL JULjIx jLXJ jL1 vs g By JOhN darl.no. : fr u - s -K-. "V V "13W'..vf iffy y, i VSMirMMOa(XriGSiR &tv&2 V you cravo the unusual It may bo encountered In South America a8 In few other lands. Cut before visiting that part of tho world malto Euro you nro well supplied with money and In a mood to put up with moro or less discomfort and Inconvenience; for tho exceptional will bo your portion In this lino :n as well ns In othors," says Prodorlc S. Isham, author and globo trotter, In tho Dotrolt Freo Press. "South America Is n land of magnificent dis tances, also or surprises, somo of 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. — 24 January 1914

ri w j W r a&veuBfcic ledger rxxotrr 1UUT- OKDAT, fOORtH OF JOLT, THAHMelVWl" AND CUHIHlui A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. ,; J ii 1 ' B"i4ty mSSmm igyUfWWM iWW Mi , DUUoooTeUpDODe No. 40. orriOK ronuo msdiisk boiloino, MATtVILLI. KT. SUBBUtaPllONS-BY MAIL Unt Yvnr. . .. Mm. StoM&- -- ,...- DXUVXRSD BY OJKRIJtR, per Month... ... 7 M.99 Cant PayabU to GolUclor at tnd of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Moro than one-half of the money derived from England's income tax ia coilectea irom lioiiuiiu.-.r,. t. : is,,i im PR.OOO men were hilled in two Balkan wars and that the cost was $7-15,000,-000, or $,2G8 per man. A California power company with a line running through the mountains has made a contract with an aviator to inake trips twiee weekly for the purpose of line inspection. Word from Middlesboro is to the effect that Dr. "W. Clodfrey Hunter, the gum shoe politician and about the best that ever lingered in the ranks of the Republicans is to be a candidate for th...

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. — 24 January 1914

WWWW3flB "' --KW ' "V- "Hill wiTm. i i?i'iir-Sli,iii.ai.witrMi uumJJAmemttt mmnmmZlMh$i;,, 7i,ifr,7.ii.liTiiiri i ' . iT. Ii ..L1Mi.-,. , mmm ,,, 'i W B&' 'i. yjfi"'wWiaiiiirwi.fff-'iTifffiiii)atfaaBiaBtf 1 i04VJMN.rofcttiiiiMnTiirtilii-N ntfptwamnwi tauAuti MMHIPtMHilWw ilitfu-liTMiiliHH liii "Tha postall laws all aro to blame," Tho business mnn bownlls; 'And j-et lila daughter has tho samo ' ? Old round of Sunday mnlca. , M 0. Florer, editor of the Mt. Olivot Advance, is nu applicant for postmas ter at Mt. Olivet. ilEN WHO KNOW THE FARMER. Say "tho best lot of corn I have soon this yoar." You should by nil tneang bco this corn before you buy. '23-0t Jt.A. CAItR. KrfnlarOllMoiorhdlWgeljTrf Just received an anonymous gift of $.250,000. THAT TIRED FEELINS CAUSE OF WORRY DEFINED. Worry medical science now dcllnea ns tho dominance- of one iden, usually that of fear. There is a fear of some existing condition or dread of what rany happen. Tho Idea crowds all oth ers from the mind, o...

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. — 24 January 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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