ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Public Ledger, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 10,889 items from Public Ledger, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
10,889 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 15 July 1914

mm wiKF w .rpr nH&i re V rt 'j. s.. w ar V" "(LiV ', i IV . F I T .t ' .4 h , b. lV El & :, r r ' aw IH ul r X..V i. h L kv t GEM , H A 111 a i TIia niil fltnrw. jv rrunu ui inuutn tvuiib uui, iy vuiuj'j A week at?o they p'trtcil. I gnos my first Una I'll lovnmp; Tlioy vvoro friend when thoy started. Former Vice President Charles W. Foil banks revised to accept a check for OO for u lecture at the Glonwood Qjijrttituiiiiu'i, directing tint the money bOj given to a New Albany hospital. GENERALLY THE CASE. (Midway Clipper.) The other day when there wore" some clouds anil a few signs of rain Col. .loh li Oraliaiu got out his Timbrell.i nud nil u i' oat and started to town. Imme diately tli clouds vanished and tho rain disappeared. SAYS FLORIDA FRUIT WILL FILL 8,000 000 ORATES. 'Florida fruit growers figuro on n combined crop of grapefruit and oranges of 8,000,000 boxes this season, according to A. B. Canter, of Tort Meade, Fl.i., who is in Louisville. It? Is a member of the firm...

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. — 15 July 1914

msKSBHflfl Oft t r V !' . ffiBffr,gggea88tscBP ' yiw1 mmuajiwsaas ' X 1 c f ,.. At One O'clock Wednesday Afternoon M ELECTRIC e7j ML. :ltfQS'THMP' f rJH . ! MXS.V KjSsy Will Be Open to tie People of Maysville. Daily 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. THE ELECTRIC COTTAGE IS A COMPLETELYiFURNISHED MODERN LITTLE HOME INTO WHICH HAS BEEN INTRODUCED EVERY KNOWN CONVENIENCE. THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT WHICH WAS INSTALLED COMPLETE BY THE s M UNDER SUPERVISION OF MR. G. A. HILL, IS A MARVEL OP INGENUITY AND SIMPLICITY. NO AMOUNT OF TIME AND ENERGY HAVING BEEN SPARED TO MAKE THIS FEATURE THE MOST INTERESTING ONE AND INSTRUCTIVE EXHIBITION OF "ELEO TRICITY IN THE HOME" EVER SEEN. THIS HOME WAS BUILT AND DESIGNED BY HARDING & SIMONS, CONTRACTORS, FOR MR. T. J. CURREY, THROUGH WHOSE COURTESY WE HAVE OBTAINED ITS USE FOR A LIMITED TIME FOR THE PURPOSE OF SHOWING TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE WONDERFULLY FASCINATING MANNER IN WHICH ELECTRICITY CAN BE UTILIZED FOR THE COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE OF THE FAMILY THE...

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. — 16 July 1914

BKKBBPtV''' K - Pv :" i'-1v'7fv: ' f'V.wJli 1."'" ' A. , 1 -p; ( iW r 35-2 &3PB5 fflwrrrgfssaag : "iOTif fff sag SSS "Sjft1 t raatlBBMBBBHBMB8B8BBnBaiiafVHaHBBl OXJR. JL.IISTE3 OF PUBLIC LEDGER m m m n h a hocnVEGETA BLESS is fresh every day. Call nnd sec our line or phone us. We carry J n good .selection of the best. a a 1 DINGER BROS., fcMSS' h"v, MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 1G, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. I'll T ! 1t - i feri:i-'Tf',;7iiTn?r t If . I ' - . QaJLV PVHLIO LED(lKK-18t i'i i '' g .3 , & 3r St r. L , ffc Ttf, w m;- m I Conaidor tho Milkman Ho risos parly hitches up, Thpii works to "heat tho band. While all tho folks ho calls upon Are t ill in Hltuiiborland. Ho takes your tickets loavps hii wares And then is on his way. You very seldom see tho man Who brins you milk pack d'iy. Wall paper, ruga and paint at HEN DRICKSON'S. Lieut. Arthur 11. Underwood has been detailed by tho War Department to be military instructor at Kentucky State University. MISS OASEY TO...

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. — 16 July 1914

dBLIC LEDGER UAILT MOirr BURDAT. TOCHTH PF JULY, TBANK8ITI anii tuniri. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. bnn&l and lon? allncTrlflrhnn8 No. 40. ornci rUBi.10 lkduih boii.dinb, MATRVIIXK. KT. .,' ltnttfM nt the Mayitvllle. Kv.. roilofflce a sceoml-ctiim wall matter t ' auiMvuiruoNS-JJV mail. w. Olio Yrnr . .. Nik aioiilii. Tliri Moiillt OtCLlVKllKl) JiY UAKlUJCK, Per Wonlii tab7io''0oileeior'(it i'na ot Mvnlii. ..a no - I so ,. 75 .ait Crnli all subscriptions cash in advance. XtiL"' l One of tho .Strongest editorials ever published in ftltc- Cincinnati Knqiuror was the one printed in (flint publication, under the caption o "The Pres ent, the Congress and the Business Men, tlie jTlnst paragraph of which tells it all and reads as fol lows: "Business is sadly in need of repose, of re- Jief from continual harassing, annoying and dis turbing legislation." SALARIES VS. DIVIDENDS. - The Bell telephone pays out, in the form of wages and salaries, 50 per cent of the money it receives f...

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. — 16 July 1914

EHE5H m : tj! W& $ .ti oX J"' unit '."a . ' V- j .V , . - 1 3 si. 4 . V - . ' lAv, r- f' iA' V J 'Jt , t , m, t't- . W - .- KH Wh 111 ' ' ' 1 I'll tWTLva 'f)II f-v.. -v -. ifEHt -- V Unfair Bo Nice. On fetching gowns I do not frown, Hut have a care, Clarice; And don't near such a fetching gown That you'll fetch the police. Cincinnati Enquirer. - Upon slit skirts I never frown; In fact, I like them Nettie; Hut I don't believe that I'd wear one If I hnd"your spaghetti. IVirmiugliam Ago-IIer.ild. If it is anything you particularly en joy doing, you will find, upon invest igation, that tliu Legislature has passe 1 a law against it. THE ONION OURE. Kat onions and you'll be well. Some eat them just before retiiing. Stewed onions need only milk, butter, pepper and salt. ,Many can eat raw ones in tho good Frenuh dressing. Without onions soldiers and sailors would havo scurvy and gravel. Rundown people may well tako them selves to the woods and enjoy an onion cure. An onion cure breakfas...

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. — 16 July 1914

w. v n i t-t- &!'. Un hhk GEM STRAW HATS REDUCED 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. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLIC LEDGER Dr. Sun Laughlin of Augusta was In Maysville yesterday on business. Mrs. King, of St. Louis, Mo., is tlu guost of Mrs. Burgess in West Second street. . Mr. A. 1). rumpolly, Jr., of Augusta, j'w'ns a business .visitor in Maysville f ' yesterday. 5 I gr- '"Mr. Jesse Edmolidson of Covington, ..was visiting Miss Ida Grimes on Wood itrcet Sunday. Miss Beulali F.iuder of Cincinnati is ,,tha guest of her nucle, J. F. Fniulei lof Forest avenue. Mrs. J. 0. (lift o'f Louisville and l-tlfrughter, Lucille, aro visiting Mrs. 12. rpiSp ."rtjrnill of Clifton. LAH.I . . . Mrs. C, V. Vieroy and son, Clay Col son, aro visiting relatives in Newport IS. and Madisonville, Ohio. Miss Mary Mathews...

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. — 17 July 1914

r(y vt x. - '4- Cr itf njMl gvfiyeim Kv. AtlA-: MhAWMUMMNyMt .WWiftri'Vfr 1 . 1A ' t . - i . . . ! vi MMMMMf4AflM "?.; tw-",wi-jjl L,ji Mir rn m imt , r I ' - " "" --S-T HHBMmiHiHHtiUaEMIKSMBiliHai S OXJR. LI2STEI of n S . , 1 VJ PUBLIC LEDGER 5 HOtoF 1 rn. rrr -v r VEGETABLES! 1 cry day. H l ? GROWN -V, is fresh evorv fin v. ! Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry S DINGFR RROS Leading Rollers g i-.-.?' 107 w- Second St. 5 Ev v mrsn Mnui Ayt-OA.it;A-ltAf. MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. ONE COPYONE CENT. If VUHIuV LK1MIXU-Kn S . ' 'J t jv ft: :'; lur 6" 'A. f If Eft. 'rfte $ A boat nnd n beach ami n summer ro- sort, I A man anil a maid and a moon; Soft and sweet nothings, and then at the real Psychological moment a spoon.. A whisper, a promise, and summer is jk o 'er, I And they part in hystorlc despair (But neither returns in tho following In ne, Tor fear that the other is there.) f Wall paper, rugs and paint at HEN DRIOKSON'S. STATI...

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. — 17 July 1914

-"VWi' ESa JJ-u-ttaar.. ' 1 i fr rr- rnTi n an nrr-Tri rirrriprwii mM, HkIM MMMMHMMMIWFIW JHJ P vnsWaJJ" ' m-wb wj," " .1-- - ,.,-. -- CHE PUBLIC LEDGER - . trr l)J.T-yixOM 8DNDAT, mUHTU 01" JOLT, TU1NK1U1T1NQ AND IlinilTVAI. A. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Ukj1 nd Long No. 40. orrica runtio lcuuih bdilthno, WATITILLK. KT. Hntercrt t the Maynvlll", Ky., rulo fflce a nccouil clam mail matter' SUII&UtiPUUJS-BY ilAlu. ..a tut ,.. i &u ... 7a One Vfiir..., ..... --..... ............. Mix Wiiinl- .HM ' Tkirro AGoiitlta ...... DSUiXltKD JIY VAHH1KH, Per Moh Hi. ... ............ VU i-iilMble to coliictor at tmt of JtottU. ALL SUBSCRW1 IONS CASH IN ADVANCE, IMonsi', Mr. Wilson, wo tiro weary from Availing ' one and one-third years for the promised reduction of h. e. 1. Ilillshoro (O.) Dispatch. SIX MONTHS OP PREE-TRADE FAILURES. Bradstreet's of July 1 notes that failures for the first half of 1911 number 7,7-15, u total 8.4 per cent, greater than in 1!)1U, with aggregate liabili...

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. — 17 July 1914

r K ILtf H v & Ef IX L . 4' eHEo&Y' .fllKltf' COULD SCARCELY And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin cent Was Unable to Attend to ' Any of Her Housework. ? Pleasant Mill, N. C-'M suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any o! my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 wduld have to give up and Ho down, until it wore off. I was certainly In a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try CarfiJ. the woman's tonic, and I firmly aHBMKaiBMllBHlElDBailllMliilllMM tj ""- i y g Don't take our word; ask the man who g drives one. 1914 Models H g now on exhibit at .,kirk brg va!lle1 &IIHIIMBIlSB8llMBWHIBHHBHHB3rtBMMMjft t d Si i Qne day at a time! That's all it can bo; 'No faster than that Is the hardest fatu; And days have thei...

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. — 17 July 1914

JFM p H TiL ..V.:V V L1T1 STRAW HATS REDUCED 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. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvllle's Fore most Clothiers. . P'I.T , PUBLICil SLEDGElt WINCHESTER "WETS" Circulate Petition Against Prohibition Election. Winchester. Tim "wet" element cir culated a petition protesting against tin calling of a prohibition election, declar ing that the movement to Iiavo simul taneous elections in adjoining counties was originated in Lexington for tin purpose of voting other counties "dry" while, it remained wet. Such an election, tho ipctitiou declares, would be hurtful lio business. I'l ' "THE ELECTRIC COTTAGE" iMaysvillo Gas Company Gives Unique Exhibit and Demonstrations of tho Wonders and Magic of Electricity. wX)iie '8 'no electric age. -sVriiis is tho Edison age. ""'-This is the Mazda age. '! This is the era of wo...

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. — 18 July 1914

' m SAl ....vW -i-f"fiJAii Wn V) & Srv -s ' F Hf- J, rt'v W l M A ' j . .afc I , iVl" rrB,Tiw 2Sfi3 -? aMirtMHif4J & . ' gWMMjiniWTg)fc 'KM! naa'j' f 'ax . . . ggwgawwj'vr'wwmi 3MlV,B.aiii.iwwy' , v 'V tSraHRIliaBBKIHff0Bl81tilftBBmttlB - .-. -p-.-. . PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF GROWN VEGETABLES g i f-f ii. is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. t trs5sta& Imm. - r 1 H : V- H 4l5flBBBr SL jHIIIm j r i K? , 'fc to IV 3. 7 V HfN ' ft 14 . V FVBUO t.KlM1KU-lM , v - Addendum. Tho man who once most wisely said, "Bo mire your'e right, tlion go ulieail, Might well hao ndded this, to wit: "Ho sure, you'ro wrong before you ipiit ' Mrs. Frank llarting and littlo duugh tur, .lane, are visiting Mrs. William Hnrting and other rel.ities in Lexing ton. USED SUSPENDERS To Hang Himself Body of William Orlgsby Fonnd Hanging from a Trco Near Bethany. William flrigsby, aged about C5 years disappeared from his boarding house, tho home of John 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. — 18 July 1914

L ?sj k J ' Ml . I 'I ' KbBBP The Hollow w i i i i farf.. v l vt'XCK' WJ fA CHAPTER XIX. ' The Hollow of Her Hand. When Dooth called In the afternoon at Sara's apartmont, bo was met by tlio nowa that bIio was qulto 111 and could seo no one not oven him. Tho doctor had been Bummonod during tho ;nlght and had returned In tho morn ing, to And that she had a very high 'temperature. Tho butler could not wonllghton Booth furthor than this, excopt to add that a nurso was com ing In to tako charge of Mrs. "Wran tfali, moro for tho purpdso of watching lior symptoms than for anything else, ho bellevod. At least, so tho doctor had said. Two days passed boforo tho dis . tressed young man could get any dofl nlto nowB concerning her condition. Ho unconsciously began to think of It as a malady, not a mere lllncBe, due of courso to a remark Carroll had dropped when Sara had told him tho wholo truth of tho tragedy and of her own vindictive plans. It was Carroll himself who gave a doflnlto re port 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. — 18 July 1914

$wfTviWtf y vs'7f I t h e yirz&mti&sm & , -W J -" I' ii hv Ih IV" I "J". '1 lr :.-. y meMSDof -A T ir- RANDALL PARRBH t t t SYNOPSIS. Joseph Hayward, an ensign In the United States army, on his way to Fort Jlarmar, meets Simon Qlrty. a rcnesade whoso name hns been connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for Fort Harmar, with a message from the British gonoral, Hamilton. Hayward ffuldes him to tho fort. At General Hot mar's headquarters Hayward meets ttend D'Auvray, who professes-to recognize him, although he has no recollection of ever having seen her before. Hnyward volun teers to carry a message for Harmar to Sandusky, whero Hamilton Is stationed. The northwest Indian tribes are ready for war and are only hold back by the refusal of tho friendly Wyandots to join. The latter are demanding tho return of Wa-pa-tee-tah, a religious teacher, whom they believe to be a prisoner, lfayward's mission is to assure the Wyandots that the man Is not held by tho soldiers...

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. — 18 July 1914

"V IWl ' , if." CWSi fr'n... I f V ;THjB" svm iji, i fry"" ,-l. immniwi'wiUMiiiiMm iMtwwuni'W'j'" Mm obog LEDGER DAII.T oirr ukoxTi rountti or jolt, tHAUKsaitind Ati imnmior' J'l'H'M. s . '.ifr Mrv -vv'i ithm vM-nn' . " TV.?" , ..mvJtm-mtyeitmf't'A' - ) , . ' " - - . . , .- -M- -1 :S? HBMiiMiwniifc(i(fciliiiivirrT rTm I i i L . ' W . ;- , f. .Ww'Jm'-'''l ' r Wto" Prt " hmv yvtnMME It .,.rf1ttMw.'W 4 Vl .-" fr- .a ,. ... a. J'iSWlMgiMWIl'l AP: CURRA'N. Editor and Publisher. N0..40. ' Local BD(llnK Dlsunoa TlpbjB orriiia roHLio lkddeii building, i.rd m the Mavvllle. Ky.. l'oitofficc a a ctoiid-cU mall matter- aVuaVKtl't wus-BY MAlu , One Yr........ mi Bttintliau ThrtiM Wnlh .... SB tlO , i no 7B UJSUYXUKl) UY OAKUIKH, Per Mouth iiyttMtoSalUrt'or utwt o' Mohtn, nit !eut kLLSUUSC'RfPTiOS CASH IN ADVANCE. Ohio is now suffering from "legislative indigos. pion;M the third session within eighteen months oi rthe Cox regime wilLbnng on legislative appendi citis." Ripley Beo. PRESIDENT WILSON ...

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. — 18 July 1914

rW i ,w : W' w; V3 '. l? .A " . ,' A ' . " J t'. 1? w.. L, . T, Ifr, If,''' fC- . Ml. ti ' f. I? A. F. THAVIU'S Versallty Is ono of tho great fea tures of tho A. P. Thavlu, who Is corn ing to the Blue Ornss Fair at Lcxlng ton, August 3 to 8, with his famous band ami opera organization. This young Russian band loader has won an enviable place In modern music with his vigorous methods and his tastotul programs. Not only Is he known In amusement parks, such as White City In Chicago, where he has played for the pust live seasons, but at state fairs, such as Texas, and at Chautauqua throughout tho length and breadth of the land. He has found favor with music lovers In all wnlks of life, and has galifod fame In every Quarter of tho country. Tho (lovpriiiiieiit will make no tie ei.siou as to criminal prosecution against the men behind I he New Haven railroad until tlio dissolution of the road liai been accompli-died. FOUR BILLION FISH "Propagated and Distributed By Government During Yoar. ...

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. — 18 July 1914

bbe&) M Bft$r IjBH i M I BBBMBfci? fHKi BBBBs SB HATS REDUCED h. IN Pft,.. CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS, AGES 2 1-2 TO 8, JUST ONE-HALF PRICE. 2-PIECE 50c UNDER WEAR FOR BOYS, AGES 6 J70 12, NOW 25c. AND $1.50 FOR AN EXTRA GOOD VALUE IN AN AUTO DUSTER; ALL SIZES. Geo. H. Frank &.Co. Mnvsvillr' Foremost flolfifers. GEM Performances Start Daily at 1 p. m. ERRORS COSTLY nd Maysvillo Lost To Chlllicotho Yes terday By tho Score of 6. to 0. Cubs Could Not lilt In Pinches. The Italics made it three out of four 'osterd.iv by sliiittinir out the Rurley tCiibs by tho score of t to 0. m Southpaw Utrecht was on tho mound and pitched a nico game, but errors at ritic.nl times, coupled with tho rotten umpiring of Kuhn, lost the gamo for the locals. uO03horn of tho Hibes was touched up for eight hits, three of them for extra lases, but ho was inxinciblo with men n, bases and kept his liits widely scat ered. Oliillicotlio made their first run in the Ird when Corbin knocked one over Credit's head fo...

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. — 20 July 1914

i tf t ST ?; V. . V' X ! jwagyBWjWBPWm L'Tyi? w--tl--yj-j!gr !wr pyLP ' ' '' n u'l wwnji iyniiirigiMriwfyyy jyiWMVW1M r i set , BIT B4' ! KVtV VVii ii1 ft BC H S J, if - w V. ." s - : ,- Er- - ?- v9 T H .. Bf!?;:'. ; t-SJsr01 iAlK VUHLIO LRtHWlt-ttn $vf ..'" Romoinbor This, Girls. Hf1 (Boston Transcript.) Wx.' Though as jirutty ns a pieturo S A girl is apt to 11ml A That she cannot bo attractive $.' In nn ugly framo of mlud. . DEATH ON THE RAILS w- F John Katcliff round at Garrison .With !&' Leg and Ann Cut off Brakoman K ' Also Badly Injured. John Katcliff, said to be from Mays villo, was found along side the C. & O. tracks at Garrison Saturday night wifli a leg and arm cut off. Ho was taken to tho Portsmouth hosnltal where he died in a fen' hours. Brakoman Joe Tingley of Covington who found Ratcliff's body, later was made deathly sick after viewing Rat cliff's mangled body and fell from the freight train and was badly injured. Ho was also removed to the Portsmouth hospital...

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. — 20 July 1914

"-H w V I- IK ...v CD?. i WE rjill.T At PUB LIC LEDGER CFT KUNDAT, TOItRTIt 01" JULY, TBANKSalTIMIt AKD CIiniBTVA. A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. N Gool and bong 'JlnUnce Telephone No. 40. orncK ruBLia leduir bdiluimo, HATPV1LLK, KT. 'filtered at the Mnylllc, Ky., 1'oilufficc a nccoiul-clnm mall mailer aUimvitU'iiuNti-aY iisiu. Onti Yfukr...H. .... hm8B 00 nix fixoiiiiiB-. m HM., .............. l no 1 nr fflnulh..... .................. 76 UJtUVKIiKU BY CAlUtlJClt, l-rr Moiilh M Cen la 1'ayabtt to Collector at tna ot iluntn. WLL SUHSCRIPTIONS CASH JN ADVANCE. ' It is useless to speculate as to what effect this election will havo on Huorta 's position. Its results could nattily hu o ljeon forecast. Tho constitutionalists with a well-armed and cttlfif ...1 nviiit' net tii-.intirliitr In nttiuil.- flin .lliitnl nr'a fnrCPS i?!'"'1-" "'".' "" l'"l b "" -"" - -- at Quorotnio. which is tho last formidable barrier between E- " !..- .il.nl.. ...i.l l... .im.ilnl Airmiu P.. Until .). fl ...

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. — 20 July 1914

7HOTra immma g". iime, -Sk , f . . r i ?ig lt .TOBBT,nag itt A'lna-1 , ? wi tff iUfcnrc. ti - Mr (. Wfl ! r.1,- HlOWilHW ., '; , 5-Trr-Tr.fe ' - 9qHI I - " lifisMsre.-iff. , . ,fc , sLisssssfcl Ei- 1J I. T OS w h ,' b'. m ' K V ,p KflV? mnii m mil in . . i---..iiiiii 4K .' vy" . Mv- - ,v Hot (loih, it's hot our' way this summer; all tli' frawgs got fried blue lli An wo feed roast; boof cm'li ovoiiln, an' th' lions lay lianl-UMlml aig3. Samuel M. Wilhitp, Cprinor Controller of tlio Oity of Louisville, retiring undot a charge of cuihrsrhitiuMit, wut surren dered bv hi bondsmen. Tho word "trnRel.," ii variously do fluod. To n limn itiineam dontli or ills Mter. To a woman oitlior of llioso, or the discord? of Her first gray liuir. Along about tho tlmo she is fourteen j cars old a girl learns slio has legs and Is' to humiliated l tho dlwovrry that slip thereafter makes an eflort to con uool thom. MAYSVILLE BOOTLEUOER' NAB BED AT BROOICSVILLE. (Btooksville cor. Augusta Chronicle.) Monday,...

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 July 1914

immmwm wv - ? tvo Heflln of Alabama iver in the return of the. waters," and In lates a story of tho id first entered poll- U about five miles homo a negro jubl- was In, progress and undrcdB of negroes he surrounding coun- n who wished to at- - ana naa anven fa was unfortunate tho vicinity of tho One of tho wheels . y had been told tlve Heflin'a father lyalso that the elder jathetic heart. tho door and kflln, who had a him borrow a 'buggy. 1 continued: EL nod to editing or to journalism. (Bey des Blllnski, fecded to tho poet kdor to tho United Eurk. His father is mother was a I an aristocratic umbassador has ridesprend coin k Turkish news Wort tlmo ago, faith. back homo," i( Waahlngton S mnny good Veat delight ' In Wash- 'd another ono who find bo- Turkoy, in the 'ilways fry, it for ua i I1 ' y i' r4' MADE A GOOD GUIDE Representative J. Hnmpton Moore, who succeeded John Dalzell on the wayB and means comraittoo, while hailing from Philadelphia, knows his Washington Ilka a native Durin...

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