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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 19 November 1914

If ' HV- ' m.Hvmimt' m i iwi 1 1, i nri .W.iiii.m 1 1 ii pr-" 1 i' Wif ti O XT a &C3 ZEST i-.-. ni i V'-f - ' V L-- ' for selling Whiskies so low in price and good in duality is that after December! 31st. 1914. oufl house will sell no more whiskey, wines or brandyso we are selling them out fast. Don't delay ; or you win gex, leir. xne greauesx oargains ever onerea in wniSKey on Jtuartn. m? I ' I U1V1LI " It' V . ;. ! ' V, 5 rw . & J .v EXPERT DIAGNOSIS OF THE RAVAGING FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE III view of tlie recent outbteak of foot ami mouth disease lu tho Miss issippi Valley, the most extensive, as jot in tho Unltoil States, an account, taken from the Journal of tho Amer ican Mcriicnl Association, of tho prin cipal features of tho diseaso may bo of interest. Jt is an acute, highly in fectious disease, which occurs chiefly lit cattle, sheep, goats and swine, though other animals such us the horso and dog, as well as certain wild animals aro attacked also, and it may nll'cct l...

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. — 19 November 1914

zfi.mKwisfcttiEm2Bki aw Pfji ' 'N7 &'y-Zv,- hWWXW'' ft &' &v & fc ate" H $6 ft n U'J :$ " ?M Ik' m.r rat--s i Jt v , VOU HAVE THEM ALL 1 skinned forty ways om Sunday when it comes IU allUnlllg UK nun njn i tn i CIIITC anrf nUPPPiliiX Cfl ' a young fellow told us the other day who lives here in town. Come in and skim your eyes over these new blood warmers. If you buy you won't be skinned. .Geo. H. Frank & Ci Hayavillc's Foremost Clothiers. INFAMOUS FALSEHOODS Wf Concerning Gates Case Re futed By Dr. Taulbjfe Reports Wholly Untrue and' Mejely Sen sational and Hysterica? Hd'itor Public Lcdgor: ,, Apropos the sensational articlo In yes teulny's Independent headed '"A Dis giaecful Outrage," whichJ contains so many gross mlsstatemcntsaiid is so nt variancd with the truth lis to coney basely falso impressions, Lo feel it our - duty to stato tho facts. Immediate!) following JOharles Gates' injury lie was attended ly C. & O. sur geon Dr. 1'ults, n competent physician,...

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 November 1914

1 j I ..--, - i ----M' iMMMIWIII II I . ,, , ?Z PiT,K utrTnmcj ' ' " " " ' " .. " mi i ., , i ii r- : - . : : : V-..WT.4 ies'- . ' -. . --,. . . " i iie--v. r v. PUBLIC LEDGER 1YM t S ORLEANS -: m Pure Open Kettr see in Mayal : DINGER BR bu MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. :..' - ,m.. -s Tn.uiiVN . n.YAi..B T: .4wrnA.vrj" vwxi4Jjuicv 'riM44AAKiv Tl -V iw NaAvilBfl''Vli II'WCTwTm "KvAmlfl "k-rt.T'.i O rJ l 1 tU: " ' .vl H ii e $jLtf- Don't laugh about tho women, boys, And poko fun at their stylos; Just pipo tlioso now fall hats of men That can bo heard for miles. PAIR WARNING. TO ILLEGAL HUNTERS. MaysvlMe, Ky., Nov. 10, t!)l. . Editor Public Ledger: Wo wish tn inform tho public through tho columns of your paper that Dis trict Game Warden II. E. Porter, with litst deputies arc aUoliug this coun ty in search of game and fish law vio- i..i i ,i.. ... i i i ii... pfo-- Htiors, nun ino jut iiuiui're, itiui iin- lio person tliat will have to pay tho penalt...

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 November 1914

1 . F P i t " ' V . fcr s ' L ' nd V. loin w I I ' ' ' ' ' j k nd.rtuhilsher. id LRDHIU BUIM11MU, VILLI. KT. dU matt matter. . uu ......... DU . AH, ...aft truii THE MEXICAN mil of Frankfort : ta who can get as mud elopmcnts in Mexico ox ttorson told the President ' cditorinls, which secmec Imperialistic and uncalled , i w'th .tfio Courier-Journal ir " Old -Whiskers Carranza, bu r peace might como to ilex cored tho President for hav o after having occupied Vert ed tho administration with hi' t to get it across tho borde' itiou at onco and for nil time of pointing to tho clinch bo ns proof that lio was right it wis no pcaco for Mexico morel ie-out successfully played by Pros fiierto. Ulon. wo congratulate Mr. Wat tor id long to wait to say, 'I told yot ,r for congrntulntion.Thc situa ions. It is almost critical. The e of peace has blinded elusions that otherwise would be f $o large and acute as his; that Iexico because the people are hope of self-government; that, being a nan Tribes,...

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 November 1914

- !"TrM''"'' T - - - j . j ...-T-'rt .. ..... ,.j.i ., ,. - '.., . ,. . . y ' y jflSTfay JtpA." " , ' . 3 " TH TT X',3 T'3 I J yuL ffl for selling Whiskies so low in price and good in duality is that after Debember 31st 1914 oitr nouse win sen m? more wmsj&ey, wines or oranay so we are selling mem out last. Don t delw or you will get left. The greatest bargains ever offered in Whiskey on Earth. , ' ! 1 'i a8 u . PVI. MMki flHHNlr irti st n. . -1 -ESI f V Wffi8S&k 'uivrUA "t. :'U, 1 br w Sir- ti y . ? ? a t ? ? II 1 I I 1 I !! .. FORWARD, KENTUCKY I J j. K. POLK .JOIINdON. .J j. (I.mihnlllo Times.) J. : J ! ? ? ? ? j III ! ! I I ! ! Tliero iiol):blv nro person who . . doubt tho prnctli'iihility of tlio ir.nl niyht sclioo'i; doubt thnt ndulK idniiy of them advanced in yonis, cuii be ios cued from the ilnrknosi of HHteracy To such person, a concrete example i offered. It was mjy Ill-fortune to be confined in a iio'thcrrv military prison durini; ISOt. Orin diiv n fine joung mnu ...

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 November 1914

f? -r-' . . v ." IN w fat &&: .'.: : v ' f.' 4 f. ( RVf . '$$&& JSli&gS jfjTzAABjft it' " nr Use Lvios nil About it Tho Balmncna na wo are soiling for $1) nro not worth $20, but say, the) aro tho beat inlihia town ovon at $.'$ raork and wo can't keep thotjo in tho windows, mucn losa on tho shelv.es. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. ft HERE AND THI II th kin irleoii riiltmt T. ' II Tl u art ln en fill, plem ictf ui t atl .1 inn encn. Q. W. Conrad and wife went til Mays "illo Saturday to visit their dalghtcr, Mrs. Edward Cablish. Mr. Harry W. Dilliiian and iv Harris of Bethel. Ohio, were in "'f-villn vnatnrilnv nn business. . ... ,,-. - '. .' Superintendent W. J. Capllngr of tho Maysvillo schools is visiting a-t the Richmond State irinnl school. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brecn came lnwn ;from Lexington to attend the func their niece, Miss Ollio Mnthcwsf Mrs. Virginia Carpenter nnd dnu.jh 'ter, Miss Iva Carpenter, of tho (Uuty were shopping in Maysvi...

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 November 1914

,rs i ?i.' - , . i TV. tz ' &&! i. H LL1J )gfeie?rym?ie!: Tr MUUWNPm HMHUHHHMHHUKHllllHHHliiiH S NEW MOLASSES!! PUBLIC LEDGER ORLEANS m Pure Open KettleL the best you will wm i see in Maysvtllethla year. DINGER BRO! Leading Retailers 107 W. Second St I llllllllllllllil MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. ONE CdPY ONE CENT. ;w ! .f V, -.j1 WKr GL . w m St r H s IjiJ 'JH&'- B USy B Sing a song of conflict, Feeling running high, Thirteen million soldiers Going' forth to die; When tho war is over, Will tho widows sing, "Wasn't it a privilego To perish for tho king'", Life. latest ffews Tho Prosliloiit's Th:itiks;iin,' turkey it a 41-pouml Kentucky bird furnished by South Trimble. Dr. J. O. Picrsall of Winchester, Ky., in his auto ran down a flock of turkey and killed 17. Dr. Itnbcrt Jf Bimldtte, preiehcr, author and humorist, died Thursday in 1'asnileiri, Cal., in his seventieth year. MAYSVILLEWOMEN Arouse Interest At Mt. Olivet in Ken tucky Forward Movement Or...

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 November 1914

' '$ 't I"-. r.f. .' aps-r ! " ?-,. W& i y i. ". - - "SivW. 'jEM-l' ' '" ' '- - 3 s . f J w a, - W TTin HITDI IiT UV'L'U jnc.ruDUVj uRUAuaaiu iiaili mcmt sumiut, rejourn vt ivtj, TBAjntiorriHci AKD OnniiTXAI. .J: .CURRAN, orriat oblio mount building, TjuistiUjC KT. IJ1 . . ; a s i " KotertiJ at the MaysviUe, Ky., roitolTlce m iceond-clm mall matter. "t v ' i ' w jT, I 'v'"" -ivi u Long .-t JMrthtiB rillbone No. 40. i auuauuiriiuAuuil ma.Ii. .. Yiuir.... ')' nun I lik. .. i ao . . 70 UXLlYKKtCU JiY UJ Mil All, Ier ffloulli.. ..... J. ...............US Cenn jvyabl4to Collector at id ot Month. l. joaoLKiruUHS L.16H iV AUr ANLh. A TOUCH OF SUNSHINE. The London Times pauses in the midst of its war reports to record two schooiboy witticisms uncon scious products of the exa'uunution. period. Tho iirst shows the rCsVilt of the modern craze for explaining everything that happens upon the theory thut somcbodyclsJ is more "efllcient" than ourselves. It follows: A great deal of butter Isf i...

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 November 1914

llfSHH&KaflU tr. wsp'pwj . .'.. vs?? , " iW i. ' ., T-ii ;'. -v K r. " '' W:" vi iaJinr ik.AJl - ik jiu-j ZSC ' f - '". '"- -' i.i' i 'sn sssc " WMbMKJaA V jo ' 'I HUM l W SON i r Ll - Fr - P for selling Whiskies so low in price and good in duality isl that after December 31st, 1914, our -house will sell no more whiskey, wines or brandy so we are selling them out fast. Don't delay p C or vou will set left. The greatest bargains ever offered in Whiskey on Earth. 3 w '3i ' 1, lit ill I ill i im.iwii. i fc l'jiW"WWwPi . La ItUTiri i vaitmomilfifJtin t.. ' .. 1 ,C :s - A- (f ? s starts ui the lazy w&SJsfv flmk and eives a healthv relish to'tSc Led, Cnt hut a trifle the extra ecps nav let us prove to jott that it will make hens money back. 25-lb. pail only $2.50. M. C. RUSSELL BO. nwcTwwmiLMJM' gvyAiww-iw y ifcv'I'Ht-fra& PUBLIC LAHDSBEIHG SETTLED Twenty Million Acres Entered Under Secretary Lane's Administration. As an answer to the impression which seems to exist that till ...

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 November 1914

mi fsr.H -. - j if' I. ays t c Lv tat(MBHMBftffe"'-''L'g.'J' ".,' !L.JSSly ' "" m.--7 -- -- - - . ,jm m yfW'ywiMpgg No Use Lying About It Tho Balmacrinna wo tire ,. soiling for $10 are not worth $20, but say, tfaej? aro tho beat in this town ovon'at f more, and vo can't kedp thorn in tbo "" window, much lesson tho ehdlvcs. Geo. H. Frank &Co. Haysvllle's Foremost Clothiers. s Untrue and Shameful Are the Attacks on Hayswootl Hos pital and if & 0. Gates Case Mearly a Pretext To Vent Hatred aid Spite, Hospital Trustees Prove Haysville Institution Blameless To. tho Editor of Tlio iMaysvillo P.ib- lie meager: Herewith wo send you a communica tion to tho independent in answer to certnin charges made by it, which, with tho neeompnnylng statements, we would be ideated to have you publish A. M. .r. COCHRAN, ' K. h, WORTH INOTON, .1. J-'. HAJlBOUR, HORACE .1. COCHRAN. Trustees of llayswood Hospital. Wo desire to make this statement as to tho Oato3 ease. Neither ono of us knew anything ...

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 November 1914

4-J ' "IjiTI , - tt ' :r- -w; v- Sr : ' 'V. k.n m;i . ft imrw-iVf jf'.er . i;i fiir nimn'it iJiititTirifiimiiriiirniifrWnia M8aitfflii ' W Wrt wm . .- - - . HrtHIMMMIIIMHHMHMHll ( SS W Ftf" '. iK" fr-'V ten - Ss PUBLIC I LEDGER " j-t-riLT-ijxj'JLrir'-ir - i " ' t- kJ iWjl.l.lVrt-n' Jt I'MImO t.EVOMi-lSW MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ;- rf ftr- I liko to havo a quiot sraoko, And that is why, said Duff, ' I remove tho band from my cigar Ero I begin to puff. Wo il.vo slippers, hose, gloves nnd feathers "to mntch. BAKKLKY'S SHOE EHSTOKK. 3t .'. f IIOBSBS FOR THE BIO WAR. y-v y Vnaf.ir.lnv inni-iilm () Ciirloilds of iqvxilry howos passed through Mnysvillo from Clilenjio on routo to Jcw lork for shipment to England. There woro 3,200 horses in th0 lot nnd there wore ton car-load of feed. .THANSQIVINO PLAY LICK. AT MAYS- Attend "Mayslick High School Ben efit" Thansgivitig Day. Bazar, basket ball game, two plays ,otto at 15, the other at 23 cents admissio...

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 November 1914

p"sn Tjjf' m FV 08? & ift. SPjiRf ' J - - . ' j J&JBb' &-lB - . 1 hi 1 . ct 111 1 1 una 1 H i BBBflKjWSW ijhi'i 1 f 1" i"wii'ii m i.i.r'-: ' J-'-lw T? '- .. .i. t-, :.--,.-...,; .- -,. -,. ... ; , , , .. -.i- air PUBLIC LEDGER' inii ' ' " ii.xo.tr bdnua, rountn tt nut, tnAWsutvJNo and-cnmrtnus. eURRAN, iLonft Tel.pbon - - Editor and Publisher. No. 40. orrioi roBLio lkdo&u builumo, MAIylLLB..Rr. at the Mavllle, Ky., Po.toflice ceoml-clai mall matter, jSUJiUVHtl'J IDA'S JJYJlAlb. One Vriir...... lUM.Munlb. -. lUt-ktOlOUItl.. .... 0 7B UKL1VHUHO BY VA.RR1SH, ir nuiilhMH.i4wmmHii.H ....... w..mM ttouta rayabUto Col tctorat end or Month, kll SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. t'S A LONG, LONG, WAY FROM RHODE ISLAND. j Oddly enough, "It's a Long Long Why to Tip pcrary" was written in the United States. The composer, Mr. Harry Williams, wrote the song in 1912, at Douglas Manor, on Long Island. It wns first published in England, where it roused little enthusiasm until after the ...

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 November 1914

Tj--ji -vx' , t, " V ' V W -"Ti'-y "WP - -1 . ' As ; ' 1 : Swl;4" yu -r J" " "" ' "GWNN'S" FAMOUS WHOLE WHEAT FH !r flONLY25c A BAG-a&f We also have the "Southland" SELF-RISING Flour at 25c v i!? !hcse. nurs are made by t,le mil1 ,hat mas the famous "Jefferson" Wheat 'Flour, the most sanitary mil! in America. :MI- O. RTTSSKiX-iI-i WPT' TDV A -fc. tov &? it B. ." t&.j 5&A'' !. fcV t WRONG DIAGNOSIS. 'Many a nation thinks its honor is at st.ako when it is merely Buffering from hit acuto attack of military indigos tion. Life. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. Franco hns contracted with a firm at Dallns, Texas, for 20,000 horses. The prieo to bo paid Is $1,000,000. James Duncan of Littlo Rock, do- '' iivorcd to C. S. Brent & Bro., In Paris, Saturday, a ilrovo of 900 turkeys. At St. Edward, Nob., tho Rapp NBros.' sale of 03 head of shorthorns nv- ornged .$141. Tho top price, was $l."0 for Foxy Favorite, a Scotch bull of merit. It is estimated that 1,000,000 horsci are being used ...

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 November 1914

aVlKc'l B " iv w- K& L' t 7 Bu & - V fc PPIt- .' f : ?f1 pipW; ;p? i- i)--- vv,. -W-- ' -r ,w .. - .'F JSL f .' wmM"Mniif"rMrTiMiMriir mar .- - - . . i-t r JHggMflOSlfllffi " " Ip-Sw '-r ' r , . " I e Ready i Waiting flbow you tho finest ovorcoats nl by this or any other store. ftp BcrVo you with n style that jo your lonso of fltnos In every 1 ,y with moilols for every wenther ,011, looso drapoy Klavlclos, King Qoorgos, big comfortable I Ilstcrs: scores of 'oni in ovory 'overcoat fabric; all tho now pat- ami shades and priced In proof of .tor valuo giving at $10, $12, $10 $20. ;eo. H. Frank & Co. Maysvillc's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE I! yu hTi Irtinfi Tltitlif y.. r i! ran r (ln( on a r'llt. pliiii dm i a aol . tkit effect. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Black aro in Cov Ington today, visiting Mrs. tfged mother, Mrs. Fras-er. Blnck' ""Mr. and Mr. W. IT. Means have returned fiom a three-wcoks' visit to Mts. M. M. Walker in Lewis county. Rev. J. M. Literal left yesterday afte...

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 November 1914

CJ5 WSu . fjftfi K v .i" y . , tf& ca&rf Me 1L t j4- u 1 -af ,Lifa&.. J& L,U,J '' si. BP '. MlMRrtMMmMlNMIHMHMMIHMIMMil NEW 5 ORLEANS MOLASSES, PUBLIC m in rif. Pure Open Kettle, the best you will see in Maysville this year. DINGER BROS., $&$$ Sti SfS i jn,K,;u.fi-in MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. ONE, COPY ONE CENT. a rmuo i.ntxwit-m i ledgM i Jail1 vHkKjr c? JlCwMfV 7HrtJr 5 snsi Tfitfif' HB&J f PORTABLE TRESSES. Thoro vns a giddy girl And she had a giddy curl Bight In tho nilddlo of hor fore head; But when sho went to bed, I've often heard it said, Sho hung it up by tho bedstead. Portsmouth Times. ILLITERACY. L 4 n Ignoraa'o is truly to bo loprecatcl. Too niufli prnUo nnd encouragement tan not bo given to tho'io who arc Making h concerted offort to dispel tho Oloud of Illiteracy and bring joy and Minshiiip to so many. Illiteracy is tho bane nt 'li0 ucfulurs of tho world, f tho mind is cultivated, instructed oven in tho rudiments (reading,...

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 November 1914

m s .V ft- $. i ywrwyit ; nyi.ii ' . II 11.MI. .1 ......... ,.,. Lr,wWW5i3gKfflyjSfrqgT16B 1 BBS -la - 3r ss.x . - :.-' - ies-" 7m ir; m m: Pr 'A' j-t '., r- ?-., 5" m pft :'l I 'I1. 'i"i i'ti.Tiy- . rr - 1 -'' ": .s'-.v-x;.,; . T. -v - . -- - - -v-' , - . MANY E PUBLIC LEDGER IE A iltT BXOMrT iCNDAT, rOOOTn OF JOLT, TlUtfKiOJTlNO and onnnTMAS. CURRAN, Edltor'and Publisher. No. 40. And Long ;c Telophone offio pobi.io LKnain buimhuo, tUtHVlU.1. KT. red at tUe MaVsvllte, Ky., Poitofflce n oceond-clam mall mailer. aUliaVttlPI 10N8-BY MAIL, iimUIININIHIMIHllHIIHnil ( IHNIH t Jt oo 78 One Tcrnr Mm. Jttonirift. Turtn Mouths... DSL1VKRSO BY VAItlilSR, Per Moii tli..-....,......... ,. ........-15 Cent rayabU to Colltctor at wt of Month. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. SENATOR MARK SMITH AS A HIGH FINAN CIER. Senator IMnrcus A. Smith, of Arizona, takes great pride in the means by which he built up a lino of credit back in the days when lie was a strug gling young lawyer in Tucson. Shortly...

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 November 1914

jn .v V,r - - v W-''' 'iWi ?- "- -i "- .yv.x-iiiwfcamtjwi vrwrs;" -ant il &'vriE&&r&Fl 7 - v vSf " v. ."! j A' ' r '..'. '..'."""" ' """'rrriirl?j' 'jyr wwiiw'Ui.uw;wmm r .. in im . wMwy ' . - - ii - i i i i llHiaMa ., . Wl "GiNN'S" FAMOUS WHOLE WHEAT FH l fiCggONLY 25c A BAGtfr We also have the "Southland" SELF-RISING Flour at 2568 Ik w.. Bo tYcse, flours are madc by ,he min ,hat makes the famous "Jefferson" d LJfc it , .., ...v iiiuoi omiiimy nun m uiciiwa. OC- 0- RUSSELL CI ; V. irsr''W1Kji .1 awn ! mm wwqwwmwwwwMI,l'w iMKBS; .. ,. I- '- --V - - ft- t.- ,v- PtV m s JtJJJT TJJ JmJ2 .. .J. IDIOTORIALS. .J .J- I1Y ONE. ! J. (LouUvillo Hornld.) I I Tho gotvrtmioiit lias sont a carload of fish tq tho San Pranelsco Exposition Wo might pull a whco?o nbout a lot of othor siii'kois getting thero boforo an other year rolls around, but wo posi tively ilo'llno to do so. Tho wintry wonthor in the war zone may turn tlio armies into mercy brl-gndt"t--tlipy'U bo doing a kindness ...

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 November 1914

m '? mi re Ready A Waiting (o fiiow you ino nnest ovorcoais rorod by this or any othor store jdv-u serve you with a style that Iqklo your tenso of fitness In ovory pady 'with mortals for ovcry weather flltion, looso drnpoy Klavicles, psy King Georges, big comfortable ttio Ulstors; scores of 'cm in ovcry rod ovoreoat fabric; all tho now pat- rus anil shades and priced in proof of jroator value giving at $10, $12, $1G i ml $20. Geo. H. Frank & Co. Uaysville's Foremost Clothiers. HERE AND THERE II im kTt Iricnii Tlilllnf yta. r I! Tu art ftiaf en T,ill.pleu trap ui net .0 (hit cite. M . Mr. stroot nuti. Hubert Wells of East is a business visitor in Second Cincin- ,r '""Mrs. Tlionins M. I?usell of East Third street was shopping in Cincinnati yesterday. cMr. Thou. as Cook of Madison, Ind., t i..i i ... i 'pi. ..i, ..:,. , i'rriviHi yi'siuiiiiij in f(ii-im 11.11111 igi. ? ;1B Wit'1 ii,s niothor, Mrs. Kate Cook. VVMr. Charles L. dray of Augusta, a ' prominent tobacco man, was up to i?S...

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 November 1914

"$. . 1 . 0 w - Mr ik - t E. , SSmsss r$$3MPWi ."k'Nsr "me HIHIllIIlilNfllHllHIiHBISilHiliaHHIiaillHi NEW MOLASSES PUBLIC LEDGERv S ORLEANS X jS Pure Open Kettle, the beat you will see m Maysville tbis year. rMNTrInO DrfC Leading Retailers m UllNUtlK tSKUb., 107 W. Second St ) a MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914. ONE COPYONE CENT. MlHHtf -r , i - ,. .. t ,, VJirarr'1n--WI ! 11111111 mm !.!! . uu mil in 11 .iii m.mA P'yTW'yJp'P 1 jT".g..ml g"y '., .. - -- -- irniMiT nMwi-TdifrT ' ' '! i mil n m rm mm mr i n-rrTirrr un r rar thtfihti giT itt i ii -ti-w-'-T -"irrrrr )JllWJg$& ,-n T-r i- "' - - .- .--.,,- , . i JT"9 ri. y i fc Us 3K f ' &y Jfsi THESE DAYS. Grandma Is very old and gray, But fashion can not foil her, For out she bounces every day And tnngoos Uko a brollor. WARREN LARUE THOMAS Distinguished Knight Templar and Pop ular Kentuckian Died Monday Evening at Tucson Arizona Past Grand Master of Grand Encampment K T. of the U. S. A. Warren LaRue Thomas, form...

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 November 1914

i"."-;th& public, Ledger s . , ' ' 3H V" '' .IIU1MIMIII .11 .!! I ,,,1 IM Ml in , III! II, II II! I , " A V i : ; ' i ' :-l - . i - J- - . . l-llll W ll Ml.. aim . .m . u Mi V i. te f!ndtanJed before'8 Columbus lindVd! BI'Iot MI-IlK'' Only few years ago among the SS5ii caves of Ailzona tho mummified re- A"MllfR V V'iSfWJI Jrl. ticnlly every cave once occupied by fvVvft?i l - -vvill fi BSgtea. the cllft dwellers of that region con- flllVfj., -J h "IJY l!3 C-y ?-L!r53 talned tho bones or feathers of tho 1111$? " I V tJltf---2" gPJgfggJi turkey, but this specimen Is Intact. 'JOSSM? v-V "L J mz&e Jts agc ,s n mntter 0f Hpeculatlon WPWS . , !m rvrttZgi among the scientists of the National IteaU&MLf 'x-r -, o - fa HKlg: llhttA. -. nr " T f fvL "J&t i fPji -' fcii Aafc Xft 3TWJB muaeum at WashlnRton, where the, specimen is on exhibition. Another interesting fact resulted from a scien tific expedition which Dr C. Hart Merrlam, made among tho mountains of Arizona; he came acr...

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