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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 20 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 20 July 1914

?' ' ' '. ' -r w, V """. V ' V W i ? ' H'j . " -' ii (i .. jtn fjUlfrHi;l luJjjJLl 1 i nlLJMii waM SffMHNIMMnNMMHHIN JHJ i OUR m Ml 1 1 xlJti I I B 1 H 1 fl Rhh h 1 B iEa h 90 1ST SECOND STREET; OPEN DAILY, 1 TO 9 P. M. Five hundred of you visited the ELECTRIC COTTAGE in two days, and one of thorn a rainy day, and to each of you we extend a cordial invitation to come again. We'll show you new things every time you come, and try to make each visit more pleasant than the last. Eventually you will have your house wired, if it is not already, and now is the time to become familiar with the electrical equipment of the.home. Meet your friends and together see how electricity warms the rooms-cools the rooms lights the cigars lights the house cleans the carpets, floors, ceilings, books heats everything from the baby's milk to the range docs all the washing and ironing does the sewing and hemming cooks all the things to live on makes you well when you are sick frighteus away the burglars in ...

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 July 1914

wbbsbza m SSEfflE '71 V : -v ' r& ...ii.iiiu iji-uojuwihil1. 'i-'i.i'i'jM'.yT' WW3WHW3SK mpr:-m' -SZ223B2S2Z B" W'1 & SC r i-t , W& I I PUBLIC MIj l($MS? -IfWti i SEE IWjJ9e. LEDGER iwwnii.iiiyr.iMi1.r -MIM.WWW1I 1 1. J.i .iJl4Li"'.....L'JJkUM' f-'V " 1 Cream Franz Something new. or fruits of any kind, one today. Can he used on Sells for 10c. C m . KLACAJW j 'LYi'MLM LKDUBB-ttn MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. fCfT ' An nut can carry flftcon times His weight, the little scampi I At that the ant ain't got a thing I Upon tho postage stamp. MISS RENA CLARK MARRIED IN DENVER. Miss Nona Clark, tho handsome 'daughter of Mr. Phil Clark, and sistor of Mis Andrew January of this city was married last Wednesday in Denver to Charles Bliebol, a prominent bust- Pness man in that city. I I III! r" run COUNTY COURT. J In yesterdi shall and M. rday's court Charles T. Mar- W. llolliday wero appoint- ie'i executors of Ed Marshal, deceased. John V llolliday 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. — 21 July 1914

ll i- J.- - 5l...L ,-,-in-nr-i ''-... '' "' A .-- - - -.'T'. . "-p " i ' Hon I ' r" ' ' ' ' " " " Vtf V HICJBLIC LEDGER URRAN, tie Yenr....... lir'MunlliK. " Blnittll .. am tea tt ft u tf telllllMIIUDi'll Nr ' ' l Ramsey i'nni.In, who (.wnpod rrora a VLIILUL UI1U VUMbM I , mmm, mrn'MmmBmcmrammmMmamM ... i. , ,,.,., ,, , ..,. -.I Tcnncsaeo jail six mouths ngo, whor OL.Wl.llL I ylllUIIIHI.ll I l 'J ho was being held on tho chnrgo of mur ,-,, . rfV w-i 'A ucr, was nrrosicu in union oiuwuii, uu.v i j g m i w i a -u CUT-PRICE SALE I . . W( fsixcwT smmvr, rotnvrn or 'ult, tuinkmoitiko AXD rHRISTUS. Editor and Publisher. (iri'IOB rDBLIO LEDBBR BO1LD1X0, HATIVH.H. KT. Uie Mayavllle, Ky . Poilofjlceji ceonit-cln mal I matter' SSL.. No. 40. auii&vitivuum-'BY MA.ll. ,M "O ..." BO in DKLIVKHKD BY UAHIUXJI, Df outli ..................... 9 Cent J'ayaOleto collector ut tint ol Jtontn. WSCRIPTtONS CASH IN ADVANCE. P PAST AGE MY MASTERS I (res for expenses. At Louisville ainonR Mus School needs...

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 July 1914

" jrf. SIX BI6 DAYS AND NCHTS! BLUE GRASS FAIR, Inc. LEXINGTON, KY. AUGUST 3d to 8th, 1914. $20,000 IN PREMIUMS $20;000 HERBERT A. KLINE SHOWS 25 bpecldl Car. 300 Pooplo. THAViU'S BAND AND CONCERT CO. 45 Hibh-Class Artists. Grand Opera Singers, Rag-Time Singers, Tango Dancers. Harness Races and Running Races Daily. Biggost 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 Address JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. Heverend Fourthly seeks the seaside, Hcverend Fifthly the mountain crown, Hovorend Tent lily goes to Europe, Ouly U. Mck stays in town. USE AUTOS IN IIAEVEST. Early returns from tlio heat-thresh ing Melds indicate that tlio Xebraska winter wheat yield is about three time the9 normal amount, the yield running trom thirty-fjve to forty jushels an acre. Threshing is under way in the entire .southern tier of the counties. Many fanners nro using automobiles Instead of horses to dra...

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 July 1914

rv v . !' K l.v 31 K XV l: r jtBSm BtetjMSH55SWWwC Prices Vf'' f Reduced on Spring Clothing Geo. H. Frank & Co. tfavsvllle's Foremost Clothiers. GEM PUBLIC; LEDGER , Mr. John Jl. Chenault is a Gcmnntown ' , visitor today. " Mr. and Mis. It. A. Cochran are ii itlng their son Mr. and Mrs. John L Cochran at Cleveland, Mr. Jerome Milliken of Chicago, is tho guest of his aunts, Misses Kettle and Llda Berrv on West Second street. Mrs. 0. T. Woodward and Miss Mae Armbrevvstor of Oormautown, were busi ' ncss visitors in Mavsvillo Saturday. k Mrs. James Marshall of Washington returped home Saturday from a visit to .Mrs. Bloke Martin, in Manchester, Ov Mrs. W. O. Dinger and daughters, Miss Edith and Prances, left this morn ing on an extended visit through Ohio. Messrs. William Dersoh and JosepK 8chat7iriann lefU yesterday for a two weeks sojourn at French Lick Springy, Ind. Miss Margaret Daw son of Ports mouth, is visiting her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dawson of East Second mm street. r ...

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. — 22 July 1914

esoa IjpiwnKpji kitwjv 3E" j i7 vi : uJa -, WH?y I? "If ItiW"' "v'ii"m"' ' " SSS& IWVMW ' ..! Wg'R H,'TOJffr wyw Wfcynwryjiiwn,j,wwfct,l,4lw i WFfrVr. L iw I Cream Frappei PUBLIC LEDGER Something new. Can ho used on Mello Sells for 10c. Order "jEt or fruits of any kind, ono today. V a g DINGER BROS., ?&$ "w" MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, ion. ONE COPY ONE CENT. a. 'J.X voblio r.KDaxu-tan mML Wo lb JBkl 1 Iff i f- fcv W-' mr a: jp r-(i. I B C Pv'f 'i i $L? t Groatcst Ever. Somo talk of Retlfern or of Worth, But xxhen you call tho roll Of ladles ' tailors, first on earth 1a cnpablo Old Sol. Tho feats lie tries you must allow, Would staler any man. Ho's busy turning out right ow A million coits of tan. 'Mr. John Caldwell of East Second street was taken to tho hospital jester day with an aggravated case of neu ralgia. 'THE GRAND " BLEW UP AT FLEMINOSBURQ. v "Tho firnnd" movilig picture theater closed its doors last week at Flemings burg,1 nfter dropping a couple of th...

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. — 22 July 1914

H I v m v. RR K- '- & rip? m&i JWl i& FHE PUBLIC LEDGER IJAILT HXOrt IDNDAT, TOURTII ' T JCTLT, TAWKmTIR8 INI) CHBUTIIAIi. A. F. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher. tSooUod liong Mn Jfl ornn-ruiiuo l,uih ui,u.- filtered at the MnvHvlllf. Ky.. Voilofficg a nceoinl-clmi mall matter' NUJISUUJI'JWNS-tt YMAIL. One Voir mx noniii ... 3UriAiilli. ..S3 DO .. I no .. 7 uicuvHiiici) nr oahhijcs, Ir Muth........!-.... - al !e"' j'avabltto uoUtclor it nut ot Mimth it. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS CASH IN ADVANCE. U- GLASS FOR PANAMA EXPOSITION. Over 1,000 tons o glass will be used on the build ings at the Panama Exposition at San Francisco next year. Of this 530 tons have already been or dored. There Avill he 28,000 panes of glass in tho facades of the Machinery Building and (55,000 nniinrn font, nf L'lnss iii the skylights. Wall Street Journal. ABUSE OF FREE SPEECH. What is the legal and proper interpretation of the constitutional right of free speech? Existing conditions in industrial affairs will...

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. — 22 July 1914

;k. -', 1 1 1 I I Vi m : ?.. ss: About the only dilToronco between the reformer ami the gang is tliut the lat ter gets tlio money that t)io forpior wants. When a fariuor wishes to belittle, n town man ho says: "That follow j couldn't hitch up a horse,'' That giggling .v"u ,,ear ' 'roiu tM3 irrigation tanner who la rending tliu d rou tli dispatches from the wet climate Neclions, Mount Ararat is venerated bv Ar mcni.ins in the belief that Noah's ark rested thero after the uuir.crsq) deluge. S3"!B. C. RUCGLF.8 CAMPMEOTINC JULY 23 TO AUQUST 2, 1911. Hishop D.ivid 11. Moore of ludiaunpo lis, lnd., will preach the second Sunday. Hov. Dr. Kirby of Kast Liverpool, (.)., will preach the first Sunday. Row Q. W. Hunton, D D., of Union M. E. Church, Coington, will have charge of the Young People's Meetings. ltev. II. E. Annncost Evangelist, will conduct evangelistic services dining the; meeting. Miss Virginia Mao Ilurd, a traiued worker, will liavo charge of tho Chil dren's meetings This insure...

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. — 22 July 1914

J 1 fc vsr- yr .4ir' v Prices Reduced on Spring Clothing Vegetables Geo. H. Frank & Co. Haysville's Foremost Clothiers. are now coming in moro plentiful and loss in price. Let ua have jour ordor to day and wo will give you both the differ ence in price and qual ity. J. C. CABLISH & BRO. Quality Grocers. Phone 230. WE WILL PLEASE YOU If you havo a certain poso or plcturo in mind, wo wiU oxocutc it for you or Just loavo it to us. Wo produco tho latest and best styles in photographic portrait ure Our lino of saniplo photo graphs will convince you of tho , quality wo put into our work. Como in and look them over. Ooiiulnu turtle soup tonight at Frank Eltol's. Mrs. Dlxlo Smclloy Is tho guost of her mint, Mrs. Sears, of East Second htreet ami other relatives. WEATHER REPORT PARTLY OLOUDY TODAY AND WEDNESDAY. Brosee The Photographer in Your Town. Miss Julia Wythe is visiting relatives nt Bounu Vista, Ohio. Misses Hacl Wullingford and Aunt Clayton of Springfield, OIiio ar quests of ...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 July 1914

IP PUBLIC 0Q LEDGER Jte,- i IHBHHRBIRIHHHBMIIHIKHIIIflRHBiaillBIHEjJNRHII, I Cream Frappe m Something new. Can ho used on Bello fj or fruits of any land. Soils tor IQc. Order ffl one today, I DINGER BROS.,- thfil taaDIBBBgMIMMMBBg!BBagaBfiMDBtigB-titflglw1MiugMMt MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. ii Vfe - '$; w. 11 m ' a29Bb fi r K I Wk ' Mr. m H m 5 W m 5' : i m ! ' V U H f jUU w 5HJf"4rf Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be prciiii. Because when lie marries he draws a big crowiU If you think that's tho reason, it is not by half. Tho crowd simply gathers to give linn tho laugh. Houston i'ost. Mercury up to !0 yesterday. ,Mrs. Roy Brown and children arc vis iting lel.itlves in Covington. There is reported to be n deal on for tho sale of an extensive manufacturing; enterprise between Sutton and Wall streets, South side DOORS MUST B CLOSED By 212 Saloons at Milwaukee, Olty Council Decides. Milwaukee, Wis. Following action by the City Council the Chief ...

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 July 1914

Jnf i ,MF,V. &? jP3Di v :-' - rt. , ItHE PUBLIC LEDGER '- jiaily Kxosrr euNiUT, tourth it jult, thajsitih AHU f IIRKTHAH, A, P. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. -uaUwlLo Mr. dfj. I orrio.-rOBL,owoaKBBUiLi..NU OjntmcaTatepnonii "u u' I iinm.. kt. Hntere.t at the Mavllle. Ky.Pottoince n sceoml-cUm mall mailer' numvHinJoss-ny i. Hue Veni- a.w Miniiha. Trfflnili ... Bit nui.iVKRltD lir CAUH1KH, - Month .. .... - a '- niyitlVoCVrtorntwii or .KnntA iLLSUU6CRimON6 LHbll IN AUr'A,.li. Our information is Unit after a woman &M mar ried she quits discussing Ibsen and begins talking' about her neighbors. IRRATIONAL SCHOOLCHILDREN. It is not often realized that irrational individuals who reach insane asylums in early adult life have probably bhown during their school years indica tions that they were either distinctly lacking in in telligence or were of perverted minds. This consti tutes one of the most important problems of modern school life. Those familiar with educational sys terns-know...

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 July 1914

'm V1 v w. m y w :m- V- P.rt V : 0 If Cv '.V ur r M .ft A ft! V mko KV ku ft. fcV :v & ft ' o" V i Hindus aboard a Japanoso stoame t Vancouvor, B. C, seriously injured a number ot C.iuaiiinu ollucis iwnie inn latter wero attempting to board the vessel. 0ERY FAIR DAY IS A BIG FEATURE t'Entire Week.rf the Kentucky State Fair Lists An Allur ing Array of Attractions Every day irlll be "feature day" at ,the Twelfth Annual Kentucky Stuto alr, September 14-19, and the after noon and night Beaulona will round out an even dozen periods of delight. Monday, September 14, is distin guished by tho clat of opening and te honor of being dedicated to worn- en .and qbjldrpn, J&X which token bar gain terms are offered and both the ,falr sex and the kiddles admitted for 10 cents at entranco gates and to the 'big 26 cent Hippodrome Show at night, and to the whole bewildering aggregation of Rice & Dore Carnival .featuress on the Midway for 5 cents both afternoon Mtd night. The co operation o...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 23 July 1914

.'' J ' w IBM ' BBBBOBBwtrn bbbHsbbt mm Prices Reduced on Spring Clothing Geo. H. Frank & Co. Maysville's Foremost Clothiers. GEM 910 EAST SECOND STREET, 1 to 9 P. M. Tho Montgomery County Pair opene yesterday with a big ciowd. ' Mr, and Mrs. Archie Lewis of Dn ton, -Ohio, are guests of Mrs. Adah B. Pnnslor on the Gorinnntown iike. JOY RIDERS AT MINERVA. It is reported that a Maysville jov riding eouplo created a sensation las1 night, in the otherwise quiet village of Minerva, by their high rolling antics and that the Ma,vsillo police were call ed on to arrest them. Nothing doing as to "who's who and what"' WORKMAN INJURED THIS MORNING This morning about 0:1." o'clock .lu lus.'Sharp while at work in tho exca vation for tho new Odd Fellow building Jpn Market street was badly iu.jiued. lie f -Wirt standing with his Iriek to a fence yTwhiih was being torn down when one - ''of the largo posts fell over and caught large posts tell over and caug -..him back of tho head, inflicting a 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. — 24 July 1914

.V jy" ..wrA -r"- "V lT . 2S322S3SS ass MqgiiiotwgWgyaMMMHW iw'jLmi'-i IKafllBMBRlHMmMliMlIiHMIIIMIiRHHIlBIHa Cream Frappe PUBLIC LEDGER Something new. ot f tuits of any kind, one today. Can he used on Hello Sells for lOc. Order i s. g DINGER BROS., scRcts M " 1 41 MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1014. ONE COPY ONE CENT. BlllllM)gSHBaHBHBBaMBWWffHBWMaPMaCTB.rjiaHHg i. A?J i "a KV i .. jr"wa jS.l f 1 ft - ' ' i. ' & f 5. r.'i V T , L. arV l AU Over Ob, tbe cut nml the canary, Ho forgot tb feed' tin) twain. Down town ho got anxious, very, . Ami wont rushing homo again. Yes, ho reached homo in :i hurry. All was silent in the flat. Woonis ho might have saved his worry, The eunnry fed the eat. Miss Stella Archdeacon is visiting in Newport and Cincinnati. Miss Elizabeth Harbour, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1 Harbour, left last night for a visit to her nuut, Miss Flur eneo Hays, at Tonahiko Farm, Va. Miss Bessie Johnson left last night for n visit to friends in the Virginia Moun...

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 July 1914

'Sf f'2J' t . SW rV L. ' , w ty . r rx '"iT fcC. .V' ' k M F ,r , "'!' - ',.' m1.1,1 I -' ' ' " -'-'i '""V ."'-"-..-r.li.. ,mr.i,mliiWiMitm i.JJW r" I ft The public ledger D11LT MCBPT BUNUAT, TOOBTIl IT JULT, TnAKKSOtTCTO AMTi (IIR1BTA. U A. F. CURRAN, Editor and Publisher. - Locul and Lonft V 9lUoca Telephone No. 40. orrtoB ruBLia Licnuin huimuno matv1li,. kt. Hntercil nt the Mnvwllle. Ky.. Poitofficc n second clam mall mdller' L' Kiiniumnitl IDVNlt y UAH.. "Tho Tho Oii Vnir mix moitiii. ... 1 hn tf ..Mll ..a on 78 CHANGE OP DIET. Little Miss Mullet sat on a tufTot, Hating u crust hard and dry; Uudor Protection, Fro Wilson's election, Littlo Miss Mullet bad pio. Aniuricnn Economist. ONE GENUINE MONOPOLY. The whole explanation of the way prices of anthracite i-onl are mniiipiilulud and kept up, hut never put down, is the one monopoly, almost ahso lute, that exists in this country outside of patent or copyright or trademark privileges. The supply of anthracite is limited to a certain...

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 July 1914

" : V r ' 'v. J- V 'Y .'! V" "3. &J- !f r.ns5 rW2 w r ; - t 'I E.f (' Ife If 's ' rr , Up to the timo a man is fifty ho works for fame Aftor that ho works for Sat urday night, llnw cotton ox port a roachoil a now high reonril of value during tho fiscal year of 1!)M, wlimi $010,000,000 worth of tho. fltnulo was sent abroad. Sonittor Cnimlon spout 85) 1.10 in hi enmpnln for nomination for United Sttitftg Mounter, short term nccordlng to liU statcinent filed with tho Clerk of th- Sciimtc, New York Demoerntie politleinus eall ed on l'roslduut Wilson to ask him to help In tho fihf for gubernatorial lion ort in that Stnte. No decision win reached. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Fonr Years of Discouraging C ditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during tiiis time, 1 could only sit up for a little while, an...

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 July 1914

f .A if t - &v Wh. .. r.fi - (h f v.x ft i !,' A "54 1 .u!Lij...mi,i..., ON 7 ammnmmm IMIIIMMTW to see how housekeeping is done Electrically. Come out and let us show you how you may The Electric Cottage is not a salesroom. It may see the most modern household devices m WEATHER REPORT GENERALLY FAIR TODAY AND FRIDAY. RIVER NEWS. Gringo at MsiyHvillc 6.5 foot and fall ing. Tlio Grecndale is tonight's Pouicroy packet. duco iA largo crowd wont down to Coney Island on the Greenland this mnrriing. CINCINNATI MARKETS Ltvo Stock Cincinnati, July 12-. I log receipts 1,500; market nctio; packers and biltchors, $9.25(i9.35; pigs and lights. $7.509.I0; stags, .$5.50(i7.25. Cattle receipts TOO; market slow; calves steady; lambs, net he, -f 5.2."(fi,S.(J.'. KMHSillgBHilBntHSS A TINE PARLOR BROOM FREE AS A SOUVENIR OF OUR CLEAN SWEEP SALE. To overy customer purchasing 8.09 cr over during the first week of this sale wo shall present a handsome parlor broom, (mado in Maysville) as a mes sage of...

Publication Title: Public Ledger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The public ledger. — 25 July 1914

iMBMflflMHHHHHHHHHMBttHBHHttMJk mm ii??vi5Rr7r3' SHc 4?V ?? ?fyw n$ spfwpp KFJFTr?!?'' MHMiamilHIMllinillHMHBSMSKHslflHKHS "V W a :v CreaMi Frappel "-' PUBLIC LEDGER v Something new, or fruits of any kind, one today. Can ho used on Mello Sells for lOc. Order i DINGER BROS., 1$?. g 3BBBKBBBBBBBBBaBBEaBBHBWHEIB!aanawHMBaHB MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914. ONE COPY ONE CENT. .IfpSWPWCS! , 1 J.fV ;. Kf v; It'-. flu dL . . . ,, v- -- , f ... "Man Is a worm," tho preacher saith, iAs often we have heard. Ah, yes! And ho might also add, "Woman's tho early bird." Wall papor, rugs and paint at HEN-DBIOKSON'S. Tio polieo department's efforts tJ clean up tho old lovco district in Chi cago will center on Frieborg's dnnco hall, which has wenthered many clean up campaigns. Miss bains much improved. Tho many friends of Misses Jcssicn and Mario lining will he surprised to learn that their trip to Cape Cod, Mnss., has been postponed. Upo.i their arrival in Cincinnati her physicians found...

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 July 1914

KKfeTKDW - ROOSEVELT-WILLARD WEDDING PARTY AT MADRID (TOSIP 1. ?&Zt X h vcllUOfe r ,v J:'y' $ ' tt$F .. rj v-, '& if- i K 1S- . i 't .-. 0! President Wilson Orders Lower Speed for Autos WASHINGTON. There is Borrow in tho Whlto Houso garage. Two mighty tdurjng cars and a landaulet havo boen brought to a stnto ot watchful waiting. There is an embargo on speed which will not be lifted. Four chauffeurs any one of whom can pass vlllo tho Whlto House machines have boon passod by about everything on tho road. Recently ono of thoso run abouts (tho typo that sounds llko a lawn mower and travels with a limp) actually went ahead of tho big seven-passenger car which President Wilson affects, Tho cause of tho sorrow Is manifest. Tho engines In tho White House cars uro of tho latest typo, and can, without nn effort, run tho machine up to BO miles an hour. And on tho rond It Is cxtromoly, difficult to gaugo speed unless ono's eye Is constantly on tho speodometor. President Wilson has alway...

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