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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 10 July 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. — 10 July 1914

f jBH , .... t, M-J. I r ' ' ' A M.BiiM.nmrMimmiiiiMii mmm --ilwmms-MtWW-ns--t----'- ,,....,..., ... . ,... i,,,!.,,.- - Jk flXP'v w I Km Wefe t;. i-t fty & ) W A' msm?10 HsVCTt'-t-r V dlr ; r "WANV BOYS AaBD 8 TO 18 TO Mi JIVWE HAVE . White Duck Knee Pants Suits for $4.00 that's all tho go In cities for evening wear. For boys who wear long trousors wo havo tho best white duck trousors for $1.G0 any one can-soil for vthls nrico in all tho world. Wo ,l want men to know of our bluo sorgo all -wool fast color, real light weight Coats for $3.50. Thoy aro fine for hot woathor woar. Oomo in any timo, look over our Palm Beach suits and everything for hot weather. Geo. H, Frank & Co. Slavonic's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER zzs$. County Clerk James J, Wednesday in Lexington. Owens spent Miss Anna Uussell of Augusta is tin guest of Miss. Martha Trapp of Kast Fourth street. fmssmteb All AiV-VV-'iv Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lano and Mrs. Itosa.Poth leave today for Haggles Camp grounds Mrs...

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. — 11 July 1914

v JB. -i W Ur - W W. A- .1 Vv I ngessgaaa ':: ,,"U.',f';i'.'ti'g w. g 3Ss sW S.Hr..ilwiH :JPHmr,r:?,.'g g" 1 J" ! M'l J" ? (mBBHBBHHIIBHBMiail -.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.,-o,.. :OXJPl IjUSTES OF1 i,t PUBLIC LEDGER homr ' x mr r?nn a ni --o :v r B grown V EUC 1 1 DLCC5 g pg is fresh every day. ' Call and see our line or phone us. We carry 9 a good selection of the best. g 3 DINGER BRQS., ISffiSSSSTt. "V1 i . nj-iji.rV'iiMjifi""" " 1 A MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JULY 11,, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. fA, ut WMMWHMMM M m rv f , , lic-'farmor lad who stood ntgnzo Had ono ambition clear . fSpmfi day I'll quit this job, I bet, HAu'.bo an engineer! " iio 'onglnccr half saw and thought, "Some time perhaps I'll bo luck .mysolf. A little farm Is what looks good to mo!" Ftf CORNERSTONE LAYING. Tim rtfifnnraf tnn nf fhn "Vniv n.iflinlii1. " " ... . . (Cliurcl at Brooksville, lirackeu county, will hi formally laid Sunday. Many .Catholics from'1 this city will attend. w -DE, WINTERS TEEED OF CHARGE. ' Newc...

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. — 11 July 1914

m k .yr i . The Hoflow ,?. : 9 : THE HARD-HEADED MAN : ' . wmrm$m of Her Hand By DON MARK LEMON. AMr-1 war u Ts f 'J CHAPTER XVII. Continued. Ho did not onco Interrupt bor. All tho tlmo sho was speaking bo was studying tho profllo of bor faco as It ifasclnatod by Us strango Immobility. For tho matter of a full half-hour bo sat on tho rati, hie back against a post, bis arms foldpd across tho breast of tho thick ulstor ho woro, staring at bor, drinking In every word of tho story sho told. A look of surprUo crept Into his faco when she caino to tho point whoro tho thought of marry ing Hetty to tho brother of bor victim first began to manifest Itself in bor designs. For a tlmo tho look of In credulity remained, to bo succeeded by uttor scorn na sho went on with tho recital. Her reasons, bor excuees, her explanations for this master stroko In tho way of compensation for all that sho had endured at tho hands of tho scornful Wrandalls, all of whom were hatoful to her without exception, etl...

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. — 11 July 1914

i. h E ; to VaB'i tff-Pl KHHf yZJIl iHir '-..' w ' I dHL'-.' 1 it answers every beverage re- JHf I quirement -vim, vigor, refreshment, UK M wholesomeness. ri p wz7 satisfy you. H I J? ' Demand the genuine by full name KtwiiKSw f kk. Nlcktiameiencouraceeulutltuttou. KzPWpwtfW THE C0CAC0LA COMPANY JpM TThenerer X oil see an rtow think of Coca-Cola. Teaching the Children. Ir tho Woman's Homo Companion appears a department called "Tho Ex change," In which various contributors give household suggestions. A Texas woman tells, as follows, how she has taught her children to pick up their playthings: "Being a busy homekeeper with thrco healthy babies to watch over, 1 try to teach them to help themselves. Ono great problem Is to get scattered toys picked up and put away In proper places. I secured a good-sized soap box, which I covered neatly with denim, and to which I fastened four casters. At night this Is our 'freight train' anfl lt'B a very simple matter to ge my men to push the car aroun...

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. — 11 July 1914

- ''?'pKiff0nflipwiiP iuww ,-aiiSfHraiiB(H 7-swBWPaw-w1 wt 4V v 'j M 1 i ygmjE PUBLIC LEDGER ' Dllil foam BUMIUT, TOtlRTU or JULT, U1K01TIH0 fin i 1 i h i -' I fc ii ! it 'unn ""-- ---TitTiWlilMn IH I IIIIHI Mll inrria.TininirMi i ! J n iininiiiA. ..,, .. Tl U. jJJ ! L l!Luu JW" rT iTTTW' W jTHBIlTrnrarTlTfH in i-nm i r i ! ni r H 1 1 Iw UWWWfWwVwTnvGiTvWmto "M n fpWnHln W ilN5ffwWli5nWlTBvTnW7nPPW iiV ffri m JKrjvyiSjKiSul! tly in Ittvuv AND OlIBMTKiB. A. P. CURRAN, - Editor and Publisher. Gooul ted Lone OlnUnca Tle phnos No. 40. onrin ruirno lkdusr buildino, MIT ft VILLI. ST. flattrt d at Ihe Mayiivllle. Ky . rotloffice on nccouil cl nnlt matter' aunsvRiruuNs-BY iiAit.. . ... a ou I MM A DU ....... iO One Yar MX Blonllia. . ... Tl.ro Jli.ntli OJCLIVKUKI) UY OAltitlKR, Ter Month .. ........ .......WJ Cent j ayaoie to collector at tntt or Alontn. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. The labor union camel having with the assistance of President Wilson thrust his nose under the tent is ...

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. — 11 July 1914

Mp fjnr.'"' HP (JBiia? JHffiFv v f it A' r t V A-A- .,P R.- bbbHiF-? LH ii i 1HHI I GEM MITCHELLISMS - B0MB - From "JOB, OR THE Or. C. C. Mitcholl's Locturo. (Ia Tvro Reels) (Continued from yesterday.) Tho hand that rocks the crndlo Isn't much talked nliout. If a woman could only wield a sword Instend of a broom. Woman Is one of tho silent forces of tho 00311109. ' Mnn makes his contribution of law, logic and dynamite; and those are about nil ho has in his tool chest. . But that patience which dlscaso can not wear out, that hope which tho rust of sorrow cannot eat out, that lov which brtitlshuess ennnot beat out. Goa only had enough for one and He gave it to mother. Mrs. Job was good but not great Had sho been able to go all tho wny tho world would never have listened to Job's invective on life. Man can play his part, if tho heart toudrils of some pure girl, wifo or mother back in the shadow, hold, but let them break then man goes down cry ing "My God why hast thou forsaken mo." ACT...

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. — 11 July 1914

B Ml Mwnrw ANT Mv JY8 AOED 8 TO 18 TO KNCjWE HAVE . White Duck Knee Pants Suits for 11.00 tlmt'8 all the go In cltIo3 for ovoulng wear. For boys who wear Ions trousers wo liavo tho best white cluck tronsora for $1.50 any ono can sell for ' this iirico In nil tlio world. Wo - want men to know of our blue sorgo all wool fast color, real light weight Ooata for $3.50. They aro flno for hot woather wear. Oomo in any time, look over our Palm Beach suits and ovorythlng for hot weather. tGeo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvlllc's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Hou. F. C. Green of Cairolltoii mid i niombcr of tho last Wlslature was iu "this city yesterday. w Jliss Amy Uaujh ami brother, (Joobel cro spending their vacation with friemK and relatives at Mt. Cannel. Master Asa Wnlliiigfonl, son of Mr and Mrs. TJ, AVallinyford, Is on a vacation trip at Hurtonville. j Col. Partington H. l'iy and two oliil 1; dren loft yetterday morning for a isit -f wim in aunt in iv itu-inuuim, viiiv, jftmniomuultli ...

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. — 13 July 1914

j . v. 'VBHBXt X a " ' """""'""""""""WIWIl JHWMNIIMIN "Yil-MB. VEGETABLES ! is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry ("sfiEAJ,. . "-.-r Vrrrrtn.OATfs.Vv.V.tvYSl-i rTTT3 "I" T"KTTn " N TrX i n . i ivara.. - t&amwSFZt-z - wsmMn& ' s viuarv. xjixnxm v-jcm m ww tii ill ix immlj; vbwim i inwiiiii a homp W.. '" 11 l-l ,11 WmtiHRL.iB I 11 I II IH 1 S grown vs IHE : , c - -- ! TTTM(,pI? RRfQ Leading Retailers H iHB&r m-A swi wa-imt, . MAYSVILLE. KENTUCKY, MONDAY. JULY 13, 1914. HkO9 ' vSJ Kwlng, Ky., July 11. Lightning Ml! Ift'HKW"' (ftV "St chicks for Itobort Harper at Cowan. i acei, aBKTr Vvam ONE COPY ONE CENT, L4 kt &V Tlioso Foathors. How pleasant It is in tlie trolley car rid- Behind some fair creature a sweet as a rose, To spend all tlio inoinents in dexterously dodging Tlio plumes on her headgear that ticklo one's nose. Oh, the sharp shiny feathers; the tall, shinny feathers; tlio broad fluffy feat hois thnt ticklo...

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. — 13 July 1914

Wrm ' ? . - " , - - . vi-'. v '-t .' ' i - ..' ..''- ' ' ; v,.if5' , , I 1 ' . ' - -" H ililllilr iPPiiiit''' A. F. CURRAN, B5-,C.ocal nd LoQ ( y J)Blno fBI8noll BHrc -' tlilLTH 1 UBLIC LEDGER in SONDAT, TODRTIt OI JULT, lUANKiaiYIMO AMD CBWIBTM1B. Editor and Publisher. NO. 40. ornoi rDBLio lbduiii buimunu, W1YIU.H. KT. Kutcreil l the Mayas lllc. Ky., Poitolflcc n nceoml clm mnll matter MJlibUttlPUOXa-BY M.IJL. Out Yrnr ......... ...I..... . 00 IIK SiOlllll... .... .-..... ,.,.....-.. 1 DO Ibre .llmilh. .. 70 0JW. KMt it Y OAKUIKU, , Per MonOi. ... , ...-. 9 tlrnt. JttygQIf 10 l-'oUeclor at tnit of JTotiti. ."'"'" i i ii.i i i 'ri y ' ' "Wq buliovo in Urt Kopubliciin principle of Pro tection to American worJciugmen, American indus tries nntl the American farmer. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE.- REPUBLICAN TICKET, .'" Congressmen. First District Bdwin Parley, Pndufau. Secona District Alviu II. Clark, IlopkiMsvillo. Third District .1. Prank Taylor, Glasgow. Fourth District V. Sherm...

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. — 13 July 1914

f-.( RBMMMEil Br sssatm yr tt id.-, i: I t M. P . a J c' ' LW" . r IX &l y'ffy!ml-aaiaBfgy I cannot shir the old songs, Hut tlmt ilou't hurt ny chances For social prestige, ginuo T1 great At nil tlio lnoilurn dunces. CLAUK PHAISES CHAUTAUQUA. lion. Chump Clark, oponKor o. tlio n:i tlonal Homo of ltcprosentntivcs: "A fjruat many newspapers still shoot their KhaftH nt chautauqua lecturers. They think It tlio holght of sarcasm to refer to a public man as a chautauquan. Thorn is ouo great virtuo in chautauqu. money. It is clean mouoy. You don 'I have to explain whoro you got it. If a man does. not desiro to go to a lecture there is no law to compel him to doso 1 jilofond the chnutauqua lecturers with whom I have been associated, bo cause they constitute as fine a group of men and women as can be found among the splendid citizenship of Anier lea. ' TEACHER Has Great Placo In World, But Gains No Wealth, Saya Swain. St. Paul. "(liven a cultivated, train ed tenclier of sound mind and bo...

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. — 13 July 1914

W'T"'". '," ' M ' ' ""' imiii bmwmm w mm i i i iiniii vmmmmmmmmmmmmm r ct ;f"" "'" ""J" " ' ' '' ' ' '" ' ' . IT i . ... ,11 1 J M&jkSBiI -- TnI C MONHEGAN ISLAND TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY IiAIDIBYICT h JiiNGjfli Gossip nil HJStHral- HE? Wtbir Lemuel Was Wrong He Came Back Next Day WASHINGTON, Lomuel ambled into tho marriage llconso ofllco tho other day wearing his workaday clolhos, "Does I got my license hcah?" Lomuol wanted, to know. "You do," respondod the clerk. "You must take oath that what you havo stated Is tho truth." "And den," said Lemuel In a pained voice, "after 1 tako dat oath I gotta pay a dollar besides?" "It Is tho law," said tho marriage llconso clork solemnly. Lemuel turned toward the door. "I reckon I'll wait till next yeah," ho stated. "I didn't reckon when I cum to got married you white folks would raako mo do all do wo'k." But Lemuel was wrong. Ho didn't wait until next year. Ho came next day. And at tho outside door of tho courthouse the volco of hla future...

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. — 13 July 1914

H fi . P U B L I d LEDGER r. KJf- SYNOPSIS ."Oseph Hayward, an cnalcn In tho United States nrmy, on hti way to Fort Htrmar, meets Simon Olrty, a reneijnda vJioao namo lias been connected with all banner of atrocities, also lionded for Fort Ilarmar, with a message from tho British general, Hamilton Hayward guides lilni to tho fort. At General Har mar's headquarters Hayward meets Rene D'Auvray, who professes to rccoenlzo him, although ho has no recollection of over havlnc seen her before. Hayward volun teers to carry a mrssaro for Harmnr to Bandusky. where Hamilton Is stationed. Tho northwest Indian tribes are ready for war and aro only hold back by tho refusal of tho friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter aro demanding tho return of Wn-pn-tee-tah, a religious teacher, whom they believe to b a prisoner. Hayward's mission Is to assuro tho Wyandots that the man Is not hold by tho soldlors. Reno asks Hayward to let her accompany him. She tells him that she Is a quarter-blood Wyandot and a...

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. — 13 July 1914

w to V - iffirtfSJ Dl-iK' IOW JED 8 TO 8 ME lie Duck Knee iants Suits orlgj'.po tliat's all tno go in cities lor evening wear. For boys who wear long Lttou8r8. wo havo tho beat whlto duck ttrouscra .for $1.00 any ono call soil for thlSPprlbo In all tho world. ,Wo :- .. . . ... .- 'on xo unow oi our uwo huijju iui ist color, real light weight .Coata E3!5o.hTiytWo flno for hot -weather irMOoiuo in any time, iook over our ImlBcach suits and everything for roathor. m H. Frank & Co. wSsvllle's Farcraosl Clothiers. Kfrvv ! W I 'I H LvJT ism church notes. iEEfr Er!?lH 'M-H 'M-I iMM It, iWashington Presbyterian Church Regular services Sunday afternoon at STtMjk. Sacrament of tlio Lord's Sup- r,mlministorod. Let all crtino. 1 r SSocond M. X. Church South. 'roachlng at 10:45 pbTjpastor. Rev. J. W. Simiison. 3anday School at 0:30. Jumes Daw- E2a.i?pt -I. -r .1 i.u pworwi jjoague at o:iu. J. W. SIMPSON, Pastor. first M. E. Church South. Shtog by tho pastor at 10:45 J.;Tho congregation will-...

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. — 14 July 1914

"i'V- vt" 'A V ; S "wv "(W M w tW-SH S A i . 2rf.f' W.k'V .' jrfli 4 t -jSBf e tx'iJIt --. ii-.,"S-h ' . in mini Mjiiiir in " ' '; L' Lrr l" ' ' iyo'o,sij C5d 32S3C LT!!S.w.""Wgp . 395 V U H& fefc PUBLIC LEDGER MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. 1 $f Wall papor, rugs and paint at HEN-DRIOKSON'S. Mr. E. S. a business day. Dotvviler of Benttyvillo, was visitor in Mnysvllle Satur- WhcnoVr yon go out rowing Just tuke an extra oar, And then to play the game real safo You might take throo or four. You vory often need them, Hear in mind th it note Don't row with tliem, but use 'em on The man who rocks tho boat. C'oinrndo A. S. Cole, of St. Cloud Fla., who is islting his old home hi Lewis County with Ills good witc wasdihMays villo Saturday. Policeman Dudlov Blooinhulf la tak ing a oti-days vncntion. Ho will spend most of tho'timo with his verternblo pa rints at Logan's flap, Ofiio. FOI.IOE COURT.. Judge Whitakor hul a full houso yes terday. Jim Hunt, pliln ...

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. — 14 July 1914

uw&-u feK,JTvi HKvn1 Ajlmmii Jmlmkjk ' f XUUT MCVt BONDAtl TODBTn or JUtT, TBAMKialTIMa ., . iun rnniiTHii. P. CURRAN, Editdr and Publisher; Coolnd Lode Slutaaoe Telephonn T-T- No. 40. orrioB i-ubi.io i.iDaiTBtn.uii ' tUIRTII.1.1. KT. 'lfnterfrt thcMavltle. Ky.. l'oitofflcc as sceond-cU mall matteH kH auitevuii'iivatiux maiu. ' V OiidjYfur ...... NIK Muula. WW s oo , INI 70 Mir ,ftnnliiM.M..rf...MM.i. DKUVKUH.U MY VAH1UKH, Per Mouth... .... ........ ...--.-...iW ittyuftf to volltclor at ;m o; ifjntA. Mll subscriptions cash in advance. REPUBLICAN TICKET. r. Congressmen. First District Edwin Furloy, l'nducab. il . i.i. i i!.,i 'l A1..I.. Tl nl.,-t. ITni.t. lovilln t . m. ...... -- Jl'liird Uistrlcl J. iranK iayiur, uiaauiv. J'oUrth District W. Sliorinau Ball, llardlusburjf, 7. 'roctor, Loitchaold; Lindsay Morrison, West Poiut. Fifth District Koy Wilhoit, Louisville Seventh District Luaicn Beeknor, Winchester; L. L. Brlslow, Georgetown, Eighth Dlstrletf-.Iames I'. Siiillman, llarro...

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. — 14 July 1914

mz fo u, p ?r V" ; & ? ', ;W w - Ifc V ?;c - fc IV sHmHlllimJK. GEM SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS! BLUE GRASS FAIR, Inc. LEXINGTON, KY. ' AUGUST 3d to 8th, 1914. $20,000 IN PREMIUMS $20,000 HERBERT A. KLINE SHOWS 25 Special Cars. 300 Peoplo. THAVIU'S BAND AND CONCERT CO. 45 Hlfih-Class Artists. . Grand Opera Singers, Rag-Time Singers, Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Running Races Daily. Biggest and Best Fair in the Middle West. Lexington is the Capital of the Horse World. All the Champions Will Be Here. For Entry Blanks or Information Addross JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. v Vfl You Have Seen Them. Said the Magazine Man 'to the Maga zine Maid, As they met in the underwear pose: "The artist was stingy with you I'm afraid. But I 'm glad ho lets me wear my hose. Cincinnati Enquirer. Siid the M.ir trine M'lid to tlie Mugn- inu Man, Handing him back his rap: "The artist cut down your bathing suit 'Till it doesn't cover your map." Memphis Commercial-Appeal. All fhu volcanoes along...

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. — 14 July 1914

II m- r m .; HKBSnP l HATS REDUCED w' IN PRICE. CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS, AGES 2 1-2 TO 8, JUST ONE-HALF PRICE. 2-PIECE 50c UNDER WEAR FOR BOYS, AGES 6 TO 12, NOW 25c. AND $1.50 FOR AN EXTRA GOOD VALUE IN AN AUTO DUSTER; ALL SIZES. Geo. II. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. raflSM ? Mr. Henry Hcliner of West Third street loft Sunday to spend a week at Winona Lake I nd. Mrs, Elizabeth Robinson of Winches ter, is tho guest of Mrs. Joint Hull on East Second street. Miss Carrio Hnu of Portsmouth, O., is the guest of her sister, Mrs, J. II. Uryaut in, East Second stioet. Mrs. .lames II. Roger of J'ittsburgh Pa., will arrive today to visit Mrs. D. E. Fee and Miss Floreneo Rogers. Mr. W. R. Macl)onnld of Dayton, ()., returned home Sunday after a short vis it to his uncle, Mr. R. K. Iloeflich. R Airs. J. J . Ansli ot West second street Kfjent Saturday and Sunday with rein "tU'es at Cottageville, Lewis Couutv. pVMr. Paul Bullett of Portsmouth spent . iL fkvSSIs. IwSaturday and Sun...

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. — 15 July 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. — 15 July 1914

tr?J 'JPPIIHSinwHBIPISHHBRniBrlrSiir S33HSSB PW'Fi It V Zf w v k PUBLIC LEDGER urTr ixuii-t suNiur, fouhti Of jolt, and rniusTtq. A. E. CURRAN, - Editor Local nd Look No. 40. urrici uterl M tlif MvHvllle1Kv..Voitonice aa sceond-clgiu mall matter' ' " " ' aUJJaVlUPl lUJfXJir XAIU. . , Per SloiiUi. ........ eayablt io Collector tit end o U. SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH One Tfir ....... MIk luilt. ,. .......... Tltrox HimiIIi - .....".. DUl.lVKUKll UK UAUHIKH, REPUBLICAN TICKET. L il congressmen. First District Edwin Farley, Padticah. Second District Alvin Ilt Chirk, llopUisvillo. Third District.), l'rauk Taylor, Glasgow. Fourth District W. Sherman Jall, HardinsburR, ',. T. l'rootor, LoitchOold; Liudsay Morrison, West Point. Vifth District Rny Wilholt, Louisville. Seventh District Lueion Uecknor, Winchester; L, Bristow, aeorficlowu. Eighth District .liimoi P. Sptllnmn, Harrodsburg. Ninth District II. Glenn Ireland, Olive Hill. Tenth District Congressman John W. Langloy, Pike vllle. , Eleventh "D...

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