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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 6 July 1914

HHHl ' iC '-f-? ,S.T, v'V :w ftv- I. ?T''C .. 4Ha Sa J4 'J, r X l nV - At i -' s - tfc ! S- r. m I I 11 ',T""IWW!? asss: i ' MULT PVBUO LKDQKB-UM So Easy To Shock Us. Tlio girls tiro gay nrul dcbonnalre, And bolder than for years, And now the way they do their hair Reveals their naked ears. New York Mall. The girls aro gayer, goodness knows, And bolder too, forsooth, Tor now the wny they wear thoir clothes Reveals tho naked truth. Luke. DEATH OF MBS. HARRIET L. BROOKS. Mrs. Harriet Lida Brooks, ono of Mnysrillo's oldest residents passed away Sundny nfternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mnry Fark er on Short street. Mrs. Brooks was 02 years old, and hnd beon a sufferer for over a year, paraly sis was llio immediate causo of her death. 6he is survived by ono daughter, Mrs. itary Parker, of this city and son, Mr. Ocorgo llartinger of Covington. "Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at tho homo of Mrs. Parker, services bv Rev. M. S. Clark. Burial In Mays vlllo Cemeter...

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. — 6 July 1914

lfMpaM4tHiMMU) ,i -N ri- fr $ v A Ja I mmM & & 7 Iv1 s-VYflJ " t the PUBLIC LEDGER DULY KC1PT BONDAT, rOBRTll Or JULT, TUANKSBI?IHO AMU CIIMHTJIiS. ml- A. F; CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Local and Uone OIhIaocw Telpbcii No. 40. orrtc ruiaic lkdoiii buildiho, MATIIV1LLK. KY. ftnlercd at thcMavaville'Ky- I'oatofnce b acedhd-clftiia mail matter' SUJIStJJtU'llONX-B r MAIL. One Venr ... Ktx IH.mtlia.. .. Tlit-er .Tluiilh ., ,.. on ... i 00 ... 7 OKUVKHKD BY OARRliCR. ler Jloulli... - ... .- " CenU PayabU to (Jolltetor tit trnl of Mont A ' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. MONEY TO PAY FOREIGN LABOR. Europe look three times as much of our money for woolcu goods in a given time under JX'ino- Mirntic as it did under Ik-publican legislation. And no American bought a single garment at retail cheaper on that account' It ia a clear loss. A LOT OF DAMAGE TO REPAIR. Henry C. Prick, lately returned from a visit to Europe is quoted in a Pittsburg dispatch to the Philadelphia Ledger as .sa...

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. — 6 July 1914

kuuW " I.J '!,"-' ' " " I.1."."1' ., . I ' "l "l "I'-'V -tlTU L-V Utinn" ! "1" " ' '--- ' - "- -' -- -- v '..i .T.udn.T,!,-... ,l,..ir,.iT, .., ,1 '''' '' "' ' '"""" ''" '"" " -y "f ' '" --"l ' ' lll'III.O I I II 'HI 'I IIIHIM1 flKb i' uwMffr M ft'Al rinr There 1b nhvays homo gossipf and a mi CAUIf W : AmC W EP Li! A Oft! til i!t 'lr proportion pf It it about you. ni: riTiiLi muiij te-j luluiih un iiiul k. CFDinrrc wiknfw fijgg WW ?& ip &i" M By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford'i Black-Draught. . McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several years," says Airs. J. B. Whiltakcr, of (his place, "witli sick headache, and stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did, and 1 found it to be Hie best family medi cine for young and old. I keep Black-Draught on hand all the time now, and when my children feel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it docs them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sick...

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. — 6 July 1914

jWX ' ,the:public ledger ., i ......, . , '-JTS1 " r "' '"' ' ' ' i ii, w HH-. t h -re"' ?illlte V V" m m FED MET DLTII had bo brooded over tho Bcono when her aq tlon would finally havo to bo taken on tho mat tor, that sho shrank with .every norve, suffering as 47 sho saw that her husband had finished this morning chores at tho bams and mas cdmlng up tho path ready for breakfast. "Wo'll havo to hurry up and get ready or it will bo a caso of taking , tho other fellow's dust all tho way Into town," ho called enthusiastically as ho stopped at tho bench outaldo to wash. Tho girl kopt mechanically at the pans' on tho stove. "It's going to bo a great day for tho 'Fourth,'" ho continued. "There ain't a cloud in tho sky." Ho camo in whistling to stop short at tho look on his wifo's face. "I guess I Won't go, if .you don't mind," sho said with an effort, hor faco white and her eyes mooting his ns sho turned around, staring in frightened fashion. ' "It's going to bo so hot and besides I've be...

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. — 6 July 1914

MeMSDof I' ililUM '" i' llljijl IIILHiMi IIFIMUI 'tt 'i 4- . rifelOOr -f T PANDALLPARRBH ILLUSTRATED D.J.LAVIN ti fr- 1 m.. km VfH IV SYNOPSIS. Joseph Hayward, nn ensign In the United States army, on hts way to Fort liar-mar, itKets Simon Glrty, a rencgndo whoso name has been connected with all manner of atrocities, also hoaded for Port Harmnr, with a message, from the Drltlsh general, Hamilton, llayward guides him to the fort. At General Har mar's headquarters Hayward meets Hono D'Auvruy, who professes to recognize him, although he has no recollection of aver liavlnn seen her before. Hayward volun teers to carry a message for Harmar to Sandusky, whoro Hamilton Is stationed. The northwest Indian trlbcB are ready for war and aro only held back by the refusal of tho friendly Wyandots to Join. Tho latter are demanding tho return of Wa-pa-tee-tah. a religious teacher, whom they bollcvo to be a prisoner. Hayward's mission Is to assuro tho Wyandots that the man Is not held by. tho soldier...

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. — 6 July 1914

;,tf 4-v 'M 7;v "W . ly;-' M- '! 'Kl 4ss 1 1 M v "r " & H Are Waiting for an Opportnnity o;.provo to you as ono of tho dwind toff few in this community who aro Kt'rangors to tho.Llvo Btoro tho multl Kiidlnous morita of our modern clothing porvlce. Jwlintovcr moasuro of success this stotjo has -won Is duo sololy and only to - - ' . .' i growing favor m wuicn it is neut your follow citizens. Ana wo ro spectfully submit that tho exalted post tion which their verdict accords us is ..tit.!, wnvliw vnni onoli1rtrn.tHnn. BW"J. nw.j ,,... wM.V.-...--. .What is It theso men And hero trat tiey can find nowhere olso? What is it thoso men find hero that Klothcs to chooso from that draws thoin again and agaiti for KUPPEN- XIIEIMER clothes at $18 to $35? L Being gifted with largo bumps of pa- Etienco and persistence, wo wait for you pay us a neighborly call and acq. !Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavwillp's Fnrf most Clothiers. PUBLIC ILEDGER IJntered at the Mnysville, Ky.i Postoflicc as second-cla...

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. — 7 July 1914

r '.. W U "' V" ?-' ' ' Wjf : - V' .it . , r , '., Vtf niiiiixHiiiiiiiii m :OXJR. I-iHSTE O PUBLIC LEDGER HOMF 5 GHQWN VEGETABLES 1 .' is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. We carry a good selection of the best. I mn&' v HINHFR RR09 Leading Retailers H U11NjE,I ESKJS., 107 W. Second St. S iiBlBBBIlBBitaHHWMWWMi8WMMHiai7 -1 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ? V PVVL7V LEIHIKn-Uat uHiKBnlk till IW ItMM aEr' wtrwKjk. 'sMf't'imJmmWmmmmmi !- i !! . y' fr w Ur w ''V . ft1' Sfc if. 1 know Mils world would lie real nice, It would be perfect, brothers; If wo would follow the advice Wo try to haMd to others. POLICE COURT. Judge Whituker hud n full house yesterday. Paul (Jlnscoek, driving on the wrong side of the street, .fl3.H0. Frank Adams, John Stokel, Mains Workeman, Cody Bradford, Wheeler Lewis, Clarence Turner, Hattte 4mlth, Sam Saunders, nil colored, and Fred Strausbaugh, loitering and rushing the growler, wore eneh flnctT $0.50. Ous Mor...

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. — 7 July 1914

iuiir- Uarx iusuati rouiiTit or jolt, TnxNKBuiviNo AND OHIUBTXifl. " A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. t.rxmlfttid Long OlnUoce Telephone No. 40. ornou rUBLia ledoih duildimo, XATRViMK. KT. jt tered at the Mnynvlllf. Kv 1'o.tofllce as second-da. mall matter' NUHHOili'JlUtfaHYMAli., One Yrnrwiii. -, i MlK BlniUlift- ........... -..-. TUrrw months ,...... DKL1 VKLiKD li UA HllliiH. pr Hoiith CVnU ivyabte to Volteetor ut u o; ilonln t a oo 1 ou 75 ANOTHER "ECONOMICALLY UNFIT." The Adams Woolen Compiiny, Adams, Mass., capital $50,000 operating n nine-set mill, with 50 broad looms has been petitioned into bankruptcy by Smith & Cooky, of Stafford Springs. The com pany was incorporated in 1901 and has been a steady producer until the Tariff agitation about spoiled tlie mill business in this country. "Eco nomically unlit" is probably what will be said about it by the friends of the Administration. Fibre and Fabric. j K i ;v, .VACATION WITHOUT PAY PAYS. With the exception of the employ...

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. — 7 July 1914

'A TfW - '. "t '' Wis ' iwgfqcwcu'ej,; iwwrtrwryiwirwftwwwTwiwtfgiiwwy SSS35 SEE522 jKaNMMMWHMMmriHMHfflHNMIIIIfe 3 '" I i K-- a $kf v IV4 t SS52 Hor soe-moro displayed hor 11ml), As sho walked in tho park; A naughty treo said: "Geo, sho's slim, Whv d(At't sho wear somo barkf" A woman never feels comfortable In mnsculino garb, because It will stay on without being pinned. SUNDAY WON'T HOLD MEETING AT LEXINGTON Billy Sunday will not bo In Lexington this year. This was devilled fully recently by Mr. Sunday himself, who telegraphed to n committee that he could not come this season. By this season it Is be lieved is meant the! poriod from Sep tember to .fune, so the committee states. OLDEST PENSIONER IS OENTERRIAN. Columbus has the oldest pensioner in the United States. This person is Anna Wilson, colored, who is declared to be 111 years old. She can remember the war of 1812. Before the Civil War she was a slave. Under tho blind pension act sho will receive an allowance of il50 a year f...

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. — 7 July 1914

F r i i a, - .. . . . .. .7U-.- b, i i ii ii mini wnnihii imnar iMnwrtMiiaiifiMiiii iimwtbm mt I ri"J'MiiriwilwniB m i immmiimh . .. . . a- r m k f L". 1 - - f - pKy V : Jh iiting for tin 0p)x kunity Ho crovo to you as ono of tno awiua- .-Sllng low In this community who are Btraugcrs 10 WIO Xiivo oiura wio mmw .tudJnous morlta of our modorn clothing service, 1 Whatovor moasuro of success this i&.storo has won Is duo sololy and only to tho growing favor in which it is lioia iliv vour follow citizens. And wo ro- V-jpectfully submit that the exalted posi tion, which their verdict accords us is subject worthy your consiaoraiion. What is it theso men And hero trat hey can find nowhere olse? ikWhat Is it those men find horo that rlnfhna tn rlinntin from that draws tllGItl fthero again and again for KUPPEN- iHEIMER clothes at $18 to $35? Being gifted with largo bumps of pa tience and persistence, wo wait for you "to pay us a neighborly call and see. ' Geo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsvillc'...

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. — 8 July 1914

.'1 , ' ".' m RPTOtf mi :i '. '!' ,r ,' k as Tw.wpwwgr ssssscsssssssmas 323 yBMMJ.J.itiWJ-iiJ.'ff ' miniMHBimiiMiiiiMiim :OXJ3R T3R. LUSTE OF . S VEGETABLES 3 PtBUC LEDGER HOM GROWN II is fresh every day. jjg M Call and see our Hue or phone us. We carry B a good selection of the best. g DINGER BROS., tiffiS22X$& MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. Brer- 'WPKCTt iiiiii.lliwwilwTVggwyjMMW"i"a"X"ll'''J'wi.'JtJl yvw.. ww'm;;jjJt. ;,";';, ft pun I lanfc HI Kml 1 'dHQr j.'-.g.-Bi.??' ml arat. w vf You Know Him. Young Hinks has lost his job. Ah, me! It was an awful shock; Ho looked for Opportunity, Hut always 'watched tho clock. Luke. Marlnolln Emporium Is "now open In room 28 First NatioMal Hank Building. A jury in Chicago awarded James H. Wllscto former, freight conductor on tho Baltlmoro & Ohio, $7.r,000 for injur iej received while at work. Hermuda sold 1)11,000 pountla of onion seed last year to tho United States. Three Limoges mills produco annu n...

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. — 8 July 1914

mm ',- .v. f rt', ' miff Jxcx PUBLIC LEDGER xcirr BOKUATt roonin or jolt, TnANKatviK9 AKt ClUllSTJUfi. A. P. CURRAN, - - - Editor and Publisher. f.,lndLonir Mn 111 I OrrlOH-PUBUO fSDOKB nuiLumo, JA Olt(inoo TBlephon u "tut mathtiu.i. kt. t a .-..- a -"S . . u - -G Ad imntM tt4 Alld V)U Knitted at the Mayi-Wle. Kv1j,onoiiiceiji.cuiiu-.iit1. .... 4 ' .' ,. .a . . . SVnsuKiriivNuurMAiij, t One Vfr,.H ,..........!-. - ..-.... J '. MX WOnlll HMHI . HII.M..MM .. inurDvii hv rtAnntKK. " ,' rr Moutli..... .....,.- .an I ruftioU to Collectot utti.a Month.. -lLL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. STANLEY GROWS ABUSIVE. Mr. Stanley in his speech nt Georgetown Satur day night again paid his respects to the newspa pers. Among other things he is reported to have said that "the editor of The Leader would rather go to a llcpuhliean hell than a Democratic heaven.'" Now this is mighty nigh correct. There is no tell ing what the editor of The Leader wouldn't do rather than risk the possibility of being co...

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. — 8 July 1914

X itilss,1 "Y I 3 "W 4 Jl .: li I :- . v as- if K t i f i E il i if .J ' ' f "'IK It used to bo thnt n, whito horse and a red-haired fi rl went together. Now It seems to be purplo-vvigged fcminhio and n tango fed ilrcsi. Mr. and Mm. Samuel Perry, formerly of this city, delightfully entertained about fifli quests last I'riu.iy evening nt their homo in Cincinnati, tho oc casion being their 23th wedding 111A1I versary. The homo was beautifully dec orated with ferns and cut flowers, while 188!) and UHl iu silver were, much in evidence botli in decorations and refresh ments. Tho music of twonty-flo years ago rendered by Mrs. Oct, of Cinein nati, and several solos by Miss Clcmtnie Toll of this city wore much enjoyed. Many gifts of silver and cut glass were received by Mr", and Mrs. Perry. The occasion will long bo remembered by nil pesent as a most happy one. "NEVER WORRY" Tho Maxim of English Women, Who Dies at the Ago of 110. liondon. Mrs. Rebecca Clark oldes' British subject, died at W...

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. — 8 July 1914

J " ' ' a I f: L L ' at mire Eh' -B, m I K I iv EK If-?" & - (. ( la; ur..::.v frv r an i -opportunity to provo to you as ono of tho dylhd llng fow in this community wlio aro stranjfors to tho Livo Store tho multi tudinous merits of our modern clothing service. Whatovor moasuio of Buccess this Btoro has won is duo sololy and only to tho growing favor in which it is hold Wspectfully submit that tho oxaltod posl 'tlon which thoir verdict accords us is a subject worthy your consideration. VVnat IB It uioso men nuu uuiu uai. thoy can And nowhoro olso7 What is it theso men find horo that clothes to choose from that draws thora horo again and again for KUPPEN HEIMER clothos at $18 to $35? Being gifted with largo humps of pa tleuco and persistence, wo wait for you to pay us a neighborly call and sec. Geo, H. Frank & Co. M jjvsyille's Foremost Clothiers. PUBLICfiLEDflBU Mr. Paul Coryell tho Fourth here. of Chicago pent Miss Ella Mao Murphy left yesterday for a visit with relatives i...

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. — 9 July 1914

TV T . v -f WE r , tafe a 'Wft ti " , r . rf- ..a m WilWMqil tiTtmryaMMiyjiii'iiimnniwiiMiiiwi im,ii, 2x cyywm sea a. wmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiii S OXJR. HiinSTHS OFI PUBLIC LEDGER HOMP GROWN VEGETABLES I :i:psS.t fi is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry W. M m m DINGER BROS. Leading Retailers g MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, Thursday, july o, ioi4. ONE COPY ONE CENT. . 18'3PtCWT'j9 MLtadliV iMKiTi GllS rfnM- p9HteT H It G- & hi. " if $&. Mnrlnella Emporium Is now open in room 28 Fjrst National Bank UuildinK- Mrs. L. C. Hiblcr of Hazard is lu Mayslllo on a short business trip. Life's Littlo Irritations. I've touched full many foreign port, From Pinjub to Gumgclla, But I never saw it rain the day That I fetched my umbrella! I'vo been from Jayburg to Oshkosh, From Cork to Java nearly, But I never heard a "classic" sohg, With every word spoko clearly. I've been from Hong Kong to Shanghai, From Pckin to Hung Fooey, But I necr saw a ...

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. — 9 July 1914

i p,. fUBLIC LEDGER 'M "" 'liilMA JOIlT iOMUT, FODBTU 0 JOLT, TIUHMalYlHO AND ClintDTMlB. 'Ay. P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. Local and bong OItnce Telephone No. 40. orricB ruBLio Levant bdimumh, MATBV1LLI, RT. Kntered at the Mayhville, Ky.. PoitofUce na ceotut-claM mall mntler' a uuavitiPi i ons-b i'MMh. ....aa oo ... l so ..... 7 One Yonr....... hit Months.. Tlitta Mnullia ... UKUVWIHD BY 0ARR1RX, ontii.... ....., . .. .... - as Ont I'gygbU to votltctoi u...u vt itontn, Ppp nonlli..... ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. Tho sugnr beet farmers will receive seventy-five cents d ton less for their beets this year, thanks to , the Democratic tariff. The passage of the canal tolls exemption repeal bill-may he a "great victory" for the Administra tion, as is claimed, but it is a greater victory for Great Britain. & The ,( Washington party," as the Progressive party in Pennsylvania is known, declares in its recently adopted platform that the party utands for protection and that 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. — 9 July 1914

3 ) ff !--' i . r. '3 V .'' l K w. :- V1' . 1 ! I. iV" I I "' ,. .' ' '-'!! " '' '" KiHIIHHij I I iMU '!' J' . . l.,ll Ki.HWi HI i i ' ' " I Fat. It tnkcs n fat mnn to csoapo Tlio traps for husbands bnltod; Tor wltrti the women goo his shapo They're not infiltrated. Oinclnnatl Enquirer. Yet If ho happen to possess A portly purso why, then, sir, He's not, despite his piulginess, More s.tfe than other iiilM, sir. Boston Transcript Tlie Oporgin State SeMato pasted a 1.111 m:ikliir unlawful the so-called "third decree" method of examining prisoners. i Jjlgi BANKERS RECEIVE OFFER Of Troasury Department To Loan Funds For Crop Movement. Cincinnati national banks received a letter from Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo on the subject of placing of Government funds to help the crop movement this yenr. Tlio letter asks for information on tho need of help in this district this year, the periods when tho help would be needed most and what character of securities in tho opinion of tho banker, tho...

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. — 9 July 1914

L.v V Bui m;;i MB. 1? Arw,. niartn fn-n iOF-ATOL UIllHJi IU1 airopportunity to Drovo to you aa ono of the dwlnd ling fow In this community who are strancora to tho Livo Store tho nrolti- tudinoua merits of our modern clothing service. Whatever moasuro of success, this store has won Is duo solely and only to tho growing favor in which It Is hold by your fellow citizens. And wo ro sDectfullv submit that the exalted post tjon which tholr vordlct accords ua Is a subject, worthy your consideration, iVhat la it these men find horo trat they can find nowhero olso? What is it theso men And hero that clothes to chooso from that draws thorn Ail.-r. mI. nnA oirnln fnr TTTTPPTM. HEIMER clothes at $18 to $35? Bolng gifted with largo bumps of pa 'tienco and persistence, wo wait for you .. . kiatirlilinvli M11 nr1 toAA W jyiy UB HPlBUUUiljf WrtH wm aw, FGeo. H. Frank & Co. Mavsville's Foremost Clothiers. iunr , PUBLIC LEDGER SnlTraj-ottos in lMinlinrgli took ml vnnt.igo of the visit of tho Kin...

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. — 10 July 1914

',$? & Hi'. & sJtT rff, .'-' kI pn ii fci glOn.ff WMWWl 3BE&E8SG B38SS2S ESE&SCSSS3 w u yygggmpy '& ttt' rT.'V- r?riauujuj"" 3 IBMMBMBllBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBMMl 5 ott:bl XjITstei of! PUBLIC LEDGER w HOM7 GROWN VEGETABLES g is fresh every day. Call and see our line or phone us. a good selection of the best. We carry Mi! k W- s& . r . ' H u R' L ; A. ? i- i. ;.' w 5w ; K ' ," &b tffi! & f. ih 1 vow-' iAILl rVBLlO LEIMiBB-ISn Somn men arc slick ami somo aro sly Anil" some will never fall; But you can always fool tho guy, Who thinks lie knows it all. Luke. W. 11. Sparks ami dntightor Miss Bcr tha, of Kast' Front street, went to tin country yesterday. They expect to re main 8over.il diys nt his farm in Lowli County. EDUCATIONAL Faculty of tho High School Now Com pleted by tho Election of Prof. J. A. Bell. Tho elei-tion of Prof. J. A. Bell o Fullerton, Nebraska, completes tho fae ulty of the High School Prof. Bell takes the plneo of Prof. Port, and will tea...

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. — 10 July 1914

vm&rwmirr mrmwwvrJ; 1 '1. H - i'II''F"! 1.1 , ' HAv9i. Sip' ,t ; ' ---t- "- --' .-.I- - - Jjkh AJBLIC LEDGER V uiiltA lrr uhd.it, rooRTii or JUtT, TniMKioiTixa VX 1K1 CIintlTHAII. --- , i BsMwva mw-- ""-- '&. P. CURRAN, Editor and HubHsjier. Local nd Look Mn lfl I orfiae-runuo imin buimiinu, alUncf Telephong " u 1 waitilh. kt. Unttrtd at the Maynvllle. Ky.. l'oitomcc a c;eond-cUin .mall, matter' aim&vitiriwm-BV mil. Can Your ... -. .-......l JJ Ux months- .mm., ...,.......................... lou Tlarf Moulin ... ....... ........................... 70 DKLIVXRKD DX CAMttBR, Irr Woulti-.- i " mj....... CJeni ta yal to Collector alttt ut Month ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. "Tlio avowed purpose of those responsible for opening our markets to the manufacturers of tlio world, with their pauper labor, was to increase competition at home, thereby making things cheap er for the consumer. But the result lias been," says Truth, "to create competition between foreign manufacture...

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