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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 24 June 1914

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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 June 1914

' II ft'1 tfEfi ' :S w fe Great Idea ishind this Store (it hasn't been our purpose to mako this tod clothes store simply big in sizo. .atiior all our thoughts, our efforts; ,idvo been dirocted toward making it johuirioly useful to the community a (real public benefit. And our steady, consistent growth is not duo to us, so much as it is to tlio stoadfast loyalty jfijjf our patrons. It's thoir way of vfolllng us that thoy beliovo in this iptbro, its merchandise and its policlos; 'that this is tho kind of a storo thoy Avant and always havo wanted. GUARANTEED CLOTHES $10.00 TO $35. ' .Geo. II. Frank & Co. Mnysville's Foremost Clothiers. Mr. .T. R. Davine is In Louisville on business trii)'. fS j-.v JU189 Aiicno uurry la visiting rola- Jtlves near Carlisle Mrs. Albert Day of Flemingsburg ; spent yesterday In this city. Mr. Elsio Clift of tho county was a business visitor iu this city yesterday. Mr. Thomas Malloy of Dover precinct Stub a business visitor in Maysville yes- Qrday. r. an...

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 June 1914

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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 June 1914

I r 'lift. Mvr VT, IV! f fTV JV 1 ! b. V -- Vl W V I I M IM M MM Ml" ... ..... . . . - - J . -A J - ' ' J- h - - I fc I . . . - . .. - . .. - . . . . . ... - I i . .. J T ! .. -- - - - - - - ' ' - ! I .M..I....I . .... .. .. ,.i i , , r , , . . , , - .- - ... I I. I.II.T- - .1-. - h.imh-ii i-i ii i 1 - r - ,1 -4 . ?V CTE PUBLIC LEDGER UiUT IXCtrt BUHDAT, TOURTIl Of JULTt TlUHMatVlltO nn rmiisTHA. At P. CURRAN. Fdltbr and Publisher. MJ-?... Nn 40. ! '""-".?R'D,M,",,,r 'Jld.one TeiBPD'1"' "- ' ""'" nlcred at the Maynvltle Kv.jatoffice a "J01"''111" mall. matter- SUltaVKlfJlUNX-U V UAlu, One Ymr,.. kMM flf.ltllll - ....... t.n..... MM 0fi I JHf tO 13Y UAliRUtR, Per MonlU ...... . - - all CenU t'awbU to Vollfclor at tnd ot Jontft. AS 00 , i no 70 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Just think, 100 .in the shade and Teddy's idso back with us ngnin two warm ones. The Wilson brand of "psychological prosperity" is merely a soup-houso breeden, '.'SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST" lie was a good master...

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 June 1914

,' lW? Tr ' fc '"""'"' v ' P F t r '"Mf u tf Eft J r V"' - to lHfftn.wwywygwigwiLwii RoYa! ttsss Absolutely pure Malces delicious home-baked foods oi maximum quality at minimum cost. Makes home baking pleasant and profitable Tlio guy who lets out n roar about feminine dress is making a big nolso about a mighty llttlo thing, anyway. What haa become of the old-fashioned liam who used to slug illustrated songs during tho ulioJ (Tho validity of tho poverty vows of tho Bomau Catholic Church was up held in a Supreme Court decision ren dered by Justice Hughes. RESTORING KEY'S FLAG The Original Star Spangled Banner Is To Have' a, Now Birth. ' Work on the restoration of the origi ill star spangled b.ipner which floated from the fl.igstulF at Fort Me Henry when Key wrote the national anthem w.is recently bcgif.i at the Smithsonian institution, Washington. Tho Hag measures ! by 110 feet, the stars being two feet across from point to point, and tho stiipes two feet wide, and, uncording to the o...

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 June 1914

'i.'r? .ft. i titev KMf' vY-H V. "J i i f , Kc r 'V. Af Jr ?$. ' 4 r. W2- Wa f i Rj V-.' J ' H I t t rmirrz .i . . ii... - K Jie Great Idea Behind this Store It hasn't been our purpose to make this od clothes storo simply big In slzo, tfathor all our thoughts, our efforts. lavo been dlracted toward making it Jenulnoly useful to the community a real public benefit And our steady, I consistent growth is not duo tp us, so 'much 'as it la to tho steadfast loyalty sof our patrons. It's their way of tolling us that they boliovo in this fetoro, its jnorchandiflo and its policies; lhat this is tho kind of a storo they ftv'&nt and always havo wanted. rv GUARANTEED CLOTHES $10.00 TO $30. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mnvsvllle's rnrcmosl Clolhlers. w U tt Dr. A. C. Ailler returned yesterday from Cincinnati. Dr. J. II. H.uteliings ana wito -oi J)ovcr'werc visitors iu this city yester day. '' Mr. M. II. Trvfcie has rntumt'd to Lex litton after a business visit in Mays jillc. i. Porter Warfiek, 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. — 26 June 1914

HHt CuEuSHfllBBflflflflflBi 8 '1 ,.w ja jPVVy " Vl. t . 4 ' I, , . i mil u n in ii WJjyJJa'J'j iilil HiHW'';HW ' ' " 'r lt .' .' ' S, it. WWWWJMPWWWMWPWwrwfwWjW!!!! LJi1 ''Wl ' in MJ' iwww wwi I in j.1 ?T lUMtlllimiMHIfllllllllllMlillf S :OTT:R. LI3STE5 DF- :" m Sv 'K -4 J !5 x. .- J" ft HS'L 7 I o. Vt 19 I -A hHAiL 1 B Uj LBuEia Y' PUBLIC LEDGER 14LY J'DKXJO M.IUMKB-UM MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. $f "Women dios'i far too much," ho said, But met ii strango rebuff "Too much I . . . You must bo off ' your head! They don't dresfl half enough 1" Life. I PresidtMt Wilson promises big revival of business. . New York's latest conceits in lace and net collars, 2.1c to $1. Hunt's. Messrs. W. .1. Caplinger, Eugene Merz aVidF. O.Williamson, advance agent of the Iiedpath Chautauqua, and Mrs. Merz and Miss Jessie O. aneoy spent the day yesterday at Helena, Mayslick iflid Washington, placing advertising stream ers aud bauners and selling tickets for the ehnutnui...

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. — 26 June 1914

dmHRhIH KBBBHnBHHBBWMJMBBBiMKBiBiBBHBaWBaaBaaaaBaaaalBKla TlHflyOviM " II.. 1 1. iiMilill i .-iifMiMMnMmiiwii 111 . .. .'.t 'i, -.-i-:.-.;.-.-jm: .il-- , n f ' . . w iiiww !' mp "'1 '- --w 1 i C -.ffirwwii ww.-'-" -! - v. i i i -liTii-r-rr iri"'1"1,i,'gje ' " "'f' JWiiiLwiiiiwiPjWimfcwwt.u Knt-ITG OT TR'f .Tl . I .rl'I It tHK ,.n i.: i.1, n.1 ?.- Plinittniinim nponlo ii 1 JLi v ' -v - -- -- - - i pays nun u uiu uuua ". ..... !--- rIso. chip in a good-sized barrel., , . IUIL1 XOPI PUMUIT, TOURTU Of JULY, TUiMMOITWd DID CIIIUHTMAI. M?" A. P. CURRAN, Editor and publisher. r". a inn TI vin I ornoB ruBi.io titDan huimiiho, : r " - I . . i. ..... Hnfertrt at the Mtywllle. Kv- Poitofflce m sceoitucia.. man .. " aUba.KWHuNnuyuAiu. . On Tfwir....... .. 4 MIX Month- - Tbn Monliia : I BU 70 llKUYXH tl) BY OAllltlKK. ler Mouth ... - . Vaygbltto Collector aien i ur uonm. v. -xTiL'SUBSCRlPriONS CASH IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Congressmen. ' First District Kdwinl'arloy, l'ndueah. ' Second Dist...

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. — 26 June 1914

mr: N r V' Jft" " - i.t i.E a fctiv. 1 1 " t'A C H M- T --i WJ ) h a i i , m r Homo ilnv .Tuiuj wHl.also.bo consider ca tho bridegroom's month but wot If tho suffragettes get to ruhuhig things. Tho wny of tho ransgreOr is linrd, but riot lonsosomo. WILSON EXPRESSES WISH That Mason and Dixon Iiino Forever Bo Forgotten. Washington. President Wilson ex pressed the wish that tJio Mason and DIxou line forever bo forgotten. In a letter to 1'residiMt H. 11. Joy, of tho IjIik'iiIii Highway Association, asking 'that tho road run from Philadelphia to Gettysburg, through Washington, the President suggosted that would bo a good means uf further obliterating sec tional fooling between tho North and tho South. ' Jlio President's letter was as .follows: 41 1 am sure that the entire couMtry is in'taKsU)il to hoc to it that there should no longer exist n North or a South in this absolutely united country, which wo all love, and that tbo Mason and Dixon lino should be made once and for all a thlug 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. — 26 June 1914

' 'i j A. .'-.. l.,.H':i ' ' ' '" '"' ' 'l''"1"' -- "' '-"" . '-- , i' -Ji L -L'L'J.l '-J Li'J .-."- 'J,Jili!-LL-.ll. L. . ' P b X Mt V ' 1 irt Great Idea K - Behind this Store r U hasn't beon our purposo to make tills Tgood clothes store simply big in bIzo, Either all our thoughts, our efforts, havo bodn directed toward making it genuinely useful to tho coranuuilty a real publip honofit. And our steady, consistent growth is not duo to us, so much as it Is to tho steadfast loyalty 'of our natrons. It's tholr way of Ptelllne us that thoy bollovo in this storo, its merchandise and its policies; I .that this is the kind of a storo they want and always havo wanted. GUARANTEED CLOTHES $10.00 TO $35. .Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvlllf's Foremost Clothiers. fcjl w R j l i?nf?fniiAu te io. trc.rvo,u wnv. J kaWi " --.- r yuj- V 7v3S Mrs. J. W. Elgin has returned from a visit with relatives in riomingsburg. Miss Suilie Newman ofCIeveland, ()., 19 visltiug Mis." J. B. Trisler of the Hast End. ...

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. — 27 June 1914

UL t ' r-A " qV taki i'ji , u Iff V " v j. -r irtmrwy, i::,-'' : '" 1';"wt; "";"- ""-'-' at'-i. lj. tsss c hbmmu i;o i WWW. 3335 T .' A :OXJR. 3LiI3STE3 OF: A PUBLIC LEDGER HOcTow VEGETABLES h is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. DINGER BROS., 'f MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ttbti rauua lki-heb-ui MMHBIilBWHiwMi "M r " Wall e: XIe woro ft collar hard as steel, gJila' shoes wore tight from too to heol, Mils head was broiled in n hot hat, Rus-pants would pinch him when ho sat, Hisstranclini? vest ho (lured not fiirht Sills coat was padded and too Unlit, I'vhhrd-boiled' shirt liicased his chest fAlid yet ho smiled. He was well dressed. THEATER GOSSIP. Misg Anna Boll Ward, Maysvillo 's KSch'armT'.ig vocalist, who has been taking Kn1il tnannna fit IIia "iTnllnifn nf Afllfltn. w : v. : :, , . 7, ' tuiuuiunuii, uus uiscuuiiiiuuu nur siuaius tho Qlicon City till September on Jn'ccduut of tho absence...

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. — 27 June 1914

lfcWtfY"J '"''"'' " ' ' .11111 rHw The Hollow n IT WAS A SURPRISE i fc of Her Hand By ALLIE CLAYTON. &v VkssBt IT !' IBi I i Bf 8YN0P8I8. Challls Wrandall In found murdered in i a road IioIibu near Now York, Mm. Wran dull la summoned from tli.i city And Iden tifies tho body. A young woman who ao coinpanlcd wrandall to tho Inn and sub anquently disappeared. Is suspected. Mrs. Wrandnll starts back for Now York In an auto during a blinding snow storm. On tho way sho meets a young woman In the load who proves to be the woman who killed "Wrandall. Foellng that the Klrl had done her a snrvlco In ridding her of tho man, who though sho loved htm deeply, had caused her groat sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determines to shield her and takos her to her own home. Mrs. "Wrondall hears thb Btory of Hetty Cas tleton'a life, excopt that portion that re lates to Wrandall. This and tho story of the tragedy she forbids the girl over to tell. She offers Hetty n homo, friendship and security from peril on ac...

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. — 27 June 1914

& JfJ (& ' ft L i-d tin ' iafcsp: Pjfr'Ha: .-. c",u ,"" '" rATTEWTION TO MEN APPLE APHIS sfl early Every Soction of Kentucky Was Attacked By This ,,Scourgo In 1913 and the pected Again This Year During the spring of. nineteen thir teen, Kentucky passed through a very Severe scourge of greon,applo aphis, sibro commonly called plant lice. Nearly every apple-growing section of tho Btnto was attacked and in some instances tho crop for tho season was !v u complete iubb uuo 10 miq runiisw ui jjjS this llttlo post. Slnco wo avo liable 10 a repeiiuon 01 uiia same iruuuiu again this year, It is well to call tho growers' attention to It beforo It is too' late. v Tho work of the aphis Is familiar to v everyone who has had any experience in an orchard. Their presence Is usually characterized by the curling of the leaves and malformation of tho blossoms and fruit In orchards where the aphis has been particularly bad tho previous season, many gnnrly in formed apples will be found clinging...

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. — 27 June 1914

MffizT-T rrvCD Prosldont Gcorgo S. JJourborn oC tho American Thoro li a lot of luck and mighty Having Decided to Retire, From , cmmmmZmm.mimmmmu m ib mv v-w -mm -j vm I . .!.. I AJt't j ij li J V M. ft X I BS LEDGER Cat, roiiHtit or jult, Ia'w'ii niiulllTMAK. . . . . - Editor 9 A -h ftnlrtttllltttt , THAXftaOIYINa and Publisher. ,, in I OFflO POLI0 flD. 4U. I K1T1TI LBDUIH Ult.DINU, mitter ItO. 4U. I MltlTltLB. KT. 1. 1 f jlije, ) lHiiloince ceuud-clm null fiJJl!.8UttU'JJUJiti-Jtl' MAIl., iriuM.N - - i'Jf Illl.lU . ...- -.. ..-. " Jllllllll.....-. -.." .. .....M" I lKUKRD 01 UAUKlKit, '. . .IKMtonta ltouabUto Volttetor at tint ot UohM. I i 1 '- - ... ava.a..ft.a'.l-' .insai?lP.TJONS CASH IN AUlrAfiHn Yuv"" REPUBLICAN TICKET. Congressmen. tntstrlot Edwin Fnrloy, PaducaL. oiiQ District Alviu. II. Clark, Hopk'ftiBVlllo'. A District J. Prank Taylor, Glasgow. tourth District AV. Suormau Mall, llardlusburg, Z. T. tor.'Lcitelillold; Lindsay Morrison, "West Point. Tifth District Roy Wilhoit...

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. — 27 June 1914

VMr'V nf it . :? 1 MW1 IJfW r s k ..fldHMMHP9wf:lil .&mLmmmmcwm: &&- :$ ri - " "" " liTfiT t'fVi ' iti i m. W LWT & 'V f &A I ' -jArwP ,. l 'Vl- Evory grotty "girl has n. right to bo tnught to hwW nt least once rtycnr. $1.00 muslin undor Bklrts C!)c. Now York Store. WHEAT FIELD ABLAZE. Ewing, Ky. Piro In T. P. Boll's wheat field it Noptou burned about five acres of that cereal In the shock. Olt b.ons of NepKm fought tlio fire. W. W. Ilell was overcoirio by heat and Is In n serious ctAidirion. 15 CENTS EACH tfOR EQGS IN MAZATLAN. San Diego, Oal. Eggs aro selling in MnVatlan at IS cunts' apieco, milk ut $1 a quart, cakes nt 8 cents and tortillas at CO cents u dozen, according to J. E. Pago, marino superintendent of tho Southern Pacific railroad, who has ar rived hero from tho Siunloa port. 44,0On,'00O RED CROSS SEALS SOLD New York Stato Loading With 10,000, 00010 Per Cent Gain Over 1912. Moro than 41,000,000 Red Cross Christmas Senls were sold last Decem ber, accor...

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. — 27 June 1914

' ,V!? " ' "' . " I j ' v, ( 1 - fi XV.11 Ik 1 a tore Jo mako this "big in size. P, UUi HWW Sard making It community a And our steady, not duo to us, so Btcadfast loyalty their way of bollovo hi this Tisn .am! its uollclos: fl tlin 'ind nf a storo tllCV (aiwayshavo wanted. ranteed CLOTHES $10.00 10 $35. 1 H. Frank & Co. svillc '$ Foremost Clothiers. Thomas DownhiK is isitinn rel- s,nt Washington, w fM1. II. Davis of Maysvillo was u forlicro yesterday. IJ& .. IrJohu Walsh returned yesterday Iria trip to CineiMiinti. i lIr: .Larry iiangetojs was a pusiuess litor in Cincinnati yesterday. f rs . . . . XMr..jWllHom Groppcubaeher wag a visito' in "Cincinnati yesterday. k, '. Mr Pickett' Hunter lias retuiMod from itfsburg where lie has been attending cliool., I . . . f.JJ(r3,.Luey Roberstson left yesterday ir Atlantic Citv wliore she will siieud Br iofsumnier.- r . KMrs. A. S. Best of Millersburj,' lias )eu visiting Dr. and Mrs. Alex Hunter , Washington. v Misses Artio llenson and ...

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. — 29 June 1914

Sv ' f- . -'f " .4 i T''""gfw' IMtfHMIMfc OTTIR. rjI3STE J JTL JL-iJLJLN Jli V VEGETA PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF GROWN m is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone its. a good selection of the best. S DINGER BROS., f$ffi$ Mim MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. KAIL Y TOBLIO WDQUB-mt ' s,' V . sk. - pi' ft ". i : S3 JMrrAr Bffew !?JrP (E4Fi?kHv0G "': c II Bk?l J iwi'"' r $ - rl ' V kf M. ) f if' r& mv . l-rri S ha. ' I w. ' ' I jSt Ukf i'r ml. 'j-TFJSmM fcT? -3L $? ooor Sho handed him a lemon, but Ho know sho was a tensor; Anil ho know right away, tlio mutt, Sho wanted him to squeeze hor. Luke. Rev. John A. Colledgc, who tiled at his homo in Summer Side, Ohio, will bo brought to this city for burial tomor row. His funeral will be held In Cov ingt(.i this morning. CATFISH AND TURTLES Charles Davidson's Crow of Painters Mako Haul. Mr. Charles Davidson and his crew of painters took a day off Friday. AMd just to show tho boys what they could do thoy hunted...

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. — 29 June 1914

1 ' , '.-r ' JPV- "' ' H?" -. -t "rwj-.; -"' 7- ? ''SW'SPriak r .. in iii i iimiwiii j m .1 !. ii i , .' , ".. i " ' i ' r w I ' SV ,IC LEDGER . I-OtinTII or JOLT, TlIAKKialYIKO Nn cnTM. Editor and Publisher. ti, --" i. 40. orrie roBLio lvdoir doildino, iHmiwi" flic. Kv.. rottofllcc nil nctoiid-ctmt mail matter' fuusuuiriJONs-B r mail. n- ........... - x rz - VXUVSIISD BY OARJtIXJt, f... JU venia Vo.yo.ble to Collector at end of Month Ascriptions cash in advance. n n liosnlio .1 ones has challenged the editor f I . r I I- !.... .1..I...1.1 All lllll Hllf- ,. nnorflinn. How about letting Howe and her Ikyseraping Foot Marines lead the advance to I an Vim and Patagonia? Fame for Kosie, and per lance peace for the puhlie. Carlisle Mercury. I WOMAN'S APOSTLE. Prof. Charles Zuehein addressed the Federation , iv . niniio ri!i'!iLn lust Tuesday, and ' (IM Ullll.il ." v.mi - n ihcre arc some of his expressions: ITomo milking begins by keeping the streets clean. Make uovermnent so simple that...

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. — 29 June 1914

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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. — 29 June 1914

BOAT OF ROOSEVELT EXPEDITION THAT CAPSIZED TT ATlpiWTTlir SU 1 : ,. "" $&mr Jkk s5 Orang-Outang Ties Knot in Half-Inch Iron Bar Jl W,Aj r-; j4 A ( " m tW Wk tt il iWll .W MEW YORK. All, the big orang-outang of tho Bronx zoo, is going to havo (l C'i-- VtJSh .jt m JKafit TJjHKBflRiiA xH a new nouso wIth throe-quarter-lnch steel bars instead of his present one- JA K '- V wmUtri Wtl.-WnftnSpBIWKaBKBtJ'''! half-inch Iron stays. Following his transfer from Hagenback's In Berlin to tho M v,Hras$iP (MW -JlUk . ww&m i3l&&iit2yd b tfni trrgwjWHi. tic' tl ttnrtjMli..,' ii.UJ) 1 n,TSiMiMMn..i.vr-ii'T . , ... , , It, tAB) JE2Sf552L IJ " ' y'riifitpi R& EKVraT riHB r, VHR" Washington Explorer Finds Strange Cave Men fcrjr ASHINGTON. Caves hewn in the solid rocks of sugarlonf mountains, &W Bomotlmoa to the depth of 160 feet, largo enough to hold from 1,600 to 82,000 people. Men who think nothfng , tho explorer and lecturer and contrlb- jg 'editor of tho National Geographic M...

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